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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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fewisli Floridian
Combining THt UWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WttKLY
"Number 49
Miami, Florida, Friday, December 3, 1965
Two Sections Price 2C-r
WINGS
Bnil
K>() Goal
Million
_ The
in of N.i
' boi Israel
| oo Km goal
Histadrut
tional $2,-
\ ii tadrul
t ition.
the over-
: .\--ist
which will
n 1066. ac-
v. Yehoshua

jrut executive will
Lit haif of this
ffhe National Corn-
eel- the balance,
overs ten cate-
services, educa-
Ulture, vocational
|ln centers, aid to
and aid to religi-
i illi I upon all
i and Jewish
houl the
b irionej tor
Sp ii.il
[l i I on sp >n-
and cultural
i ommuni-
| the Histadrut
sacdary
according
al dire* tor.
- i re tan gen
m a mes-
Histadrut
I' ^ its tenth
ary, facing
m major
nan i and
ship of the
on Page 10-A
Gurion Charges Mapai
Schemed Against Him
TINOSHUA i tvr
freoserer'l report
Argentina 's
Jews Attack
'Meddling'
BUENOS AIRES JTA>
Protests against "certain" Ameri-
can organizations "meddling in
South American Jewish commun-
ity life" were reiterated this week
at a meeting of the Kehilla, the
Buenos Aires Jewish community
Gregorio Fainguersch, Kehilla
president, said the South Ameri-
can communities would not tole-
rate meh "interference
Earlier this week, Dr. Isaac
Goldenberg, president of the DAIA,
the representative body of Argen-
tine Jewry, crit cizcd plan- of the
B'nai B'rith Board of Governors,
meeting In Washington, to pro
vide aid in human relations acti
vities in Latin American countries.
The B'nai B'rith decision was
to Initiate a program of tchni-
Continued on Page 8-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) For-
mer Prime Minister David
who had formed Rafi, Ins
oat: Israel Workers List, which
won 10 Knessel seats in the i lec-
tions i harged this week that l>i-
fortr.i r c lleagues an le vel
eran 1 adi rs "f Mapai had "< on
spired" at ainsl him as far back
a- I960 to oust him from the post
of Premier, which he hold at the
lime.
He made that accusation in the
preface to a new book, published
over the weekend, entitled "Things
As They Real!) Were' The hook.
which he wrote, deals with the
old Lavon affair and with the
events that led up to the spin with-
in Mapai which led to the forma-
tion of Rafi At a meeting of his
Rafl adherents, Mr Ken Curion
said that, with the publication of
Ihis volume, he would regard his
participation in those events as
:i > mg bei n ended.
Meanwhile, President Zalman
Shaiar summoned Premier Levi
Eshkol and formally requested
him to form a new Government
for Israel as a result of the out-
come of the Nov. 2 elections in
which the Eshkoi-led Wapai-Ach-
dut Avoda alignment had won
45 seats in the new Knesset.
While Mr. Eshkol, as Prime Min-
ister in tin caretaker Government,
had been trying since the elections
to informally form a coalition
Cabinet, it was still not certain
whether his hopes of completing
the coalition would be fulfilled
within a week There were fears
that the negotiations toward the
building Of the coalition might be
prolonged for some months, as
conflicting demands were being
made by the National Religious
Party on the one hand and the
Mapam and Independent Ijberal
parties on the other hand. All
three of the groups had been in-
vited to enter the new coalition.
The religious group insists that
the new Government support the
adoption of a new. strict Sabbath
I servance law as well as other
Continued on Page 13-A
Nazi Rally in Capital
In Anti-Semitic Bluster
Dii Gets Five Years
Synagogue Arson
CTRINI
\la To
intent
iration
h \ Implements-
Icently promulgated
lie Church re-
cwish people will
libilitj of ;i Secre
aola Cardinal
lan of the Vatican's
hristlans, and
l uiRi Carl!, it was
|r this week
llion on Jews, pro-
| Paul VI on Ocl
the charge of col
the Jewish people
t Jesus, it also "de-
Imitism
te upon all Catholics
on Page 6-A
London 'JTA. Aobrej
Desmond Cadogan 39, tomans
the managing director Of a tailor
1 ing firm here owned b) Jews, who
reportedly told poli*6 "K" n"
nother was Jewish, was convicted
n Old Bailej this week <>f hav-
' ins set fire to a synagogue, and
sentenced to five years' imprison
ment. He had pleaded nol guilty.
The court found that on Job
it. he had brok.-n Into the Palmei
Green and Southgate District Syna-
ue. in London, and had set
lire to it Police witnesses testi-
fied that, immediate!) after the
fire bad started, they found him
ear the synagogue, carrying an
oil can
The prosecut;on also charged
that, in Cadogan's home, police
found considerable quantities of
Nazi literature, including a copy
of a book entitled "Hitler Was
Right." One detective quoted the
man as saying after his arrest
that his mother was Jewish and
insisting: "So I'm r.ot likely to
do a thing like that, am I "
Cadogan continued to insist be
fore the court that he was innocent
Continued on Page 5-A
WASHINGTON (JTA) An
attempt to inject anti-Semitism in-
to public resentment of last week
, nd March for Peace in Viet
Nam was made in the coins,- ot
demonstrations here organized bj
the American Nazi Part) with the
support of the Ku Klux Man and
the notorious Hell's Angels motor
cycle club
A Nazi rally near the Capitol
building displayed a huge banner
reading stand" Up for our Boys
in Viet Nam" and featured anti-
Semitic speakers, some claiming
to be ex-servicemen.
One ex-Marine denounced the
"hooknosed Zionist Jews" as
"peace creeps." Attention was
called by speakers to the parti-
cipation of some Jews in the
anti-war demonstration. It was
pointed out that Sanford Got-
tlieb, a Jew, was coordinator of
the March and that some rabbis
participated.
Nazi leader George Rockwell
was arresteil on disorderly con-
duct charges as were a number of
his "'.storm troopers." Mark I..
Garfinkel, 24. of Philadelphia, was
arrested after altercations with the
Nazis, as were a number of other
lews and non-Jews The arrested
numbered 15. All were charged
. ith disorderly conduct and re
I after posting collateral.
The anti-peace display included
the blaring of racist songs over a
loudspeaker system and harangues
by Rockwell, his followers, and
spokesman for the Ku Klux Klan
and the Hell's Angels motorcycle
club. A small number of men in
military uniforms attended the
Nazi rally It attracted several
hundred spectators, most of whom
appeared shocked by the display of
a huge swastika ami flagrant
anti-Semitism and racism.
IN RED PAPER
Bonn Envoy
Seeks End
To Charges
TEL AVIV (JTA) Alexan
ler Toerock, the West German
Embassy counselor who was
charged in Hungarian and Is
raeli newspapers with having been
a member of the Arrow Cross, the
Hungarian Nazi Organization in
the time of Hitler, returned here
last weekend after brief consults
tions with Bonn officials over the
charges
Dr. Toerock said on arrival here
that the matter was still under
consideration in Bonn. "1 can only
repeat that the accusations against
me are baseless, They are merely
Communist propaganda," he de-
clared Meanwhile it was reported
here that Hungarian authorities
have turned over to the Israeli
Charge d'Affaires In Budapest orig
i inal documents about Dr. Toerock
The documents have not yet ar-
rived in Jerusalem.
Dr. Toerock voluntarily re-
Continued on Page 3-A
ZOA Cites
Truman
NEW YORK (JTA) Former
President Harrj S. Truman, ac-
claimed Sunday night by the
Zionist Organization of America
for his contributions to the estab-
lishment of Israel, reaffirmed his
support of and faith in the Jewish
State He emphasized that "the
entire Middle East could be trans-
formed into an area of tranquility
and prosperity if only the Arab
'states would be willing to embrace
Israel Into their orbit."
In an address at the ZOA an-
nual dinner, read by Mr. Truman's
Continued on Paqe 9-A
TO TRAGIC VICTIMS OF NAZISM
Criticize Reparations Delay
NEW YOKK (JTA) The
West German Government was
criticized severely here this week
by Dr Nahum Goldman, president
of the World Jewish Con i
af the Conference on Jewish Mate-
rial Claims Against Germany, for
seeking to postpone payment of
$50,000,000 to Nazi victims "for
a year or two."
i he victims Involved are mostlj
Jew.-, who COUld not file their
claims for compensation with the
German authorities before Octo-
ber 1953 because they lived in the
Soviet Union and other countries
! hind the Iron Curtain. The West
German Parliament decided sev-
eral months ago to grant them
compensation and to make the first
tayment of $50,000,000 in 1966
i he West German Finance Minis-
ter Rolf Dahlgruen now claims that
payment cannot be made be-
ause of "budgetary difficulties"
luring 1966.
"This is an immoral attempt
with regard to the obligations of
the West German Government
to the Nazi victims," Dr. Gold-
mann said. He pointed out that
the affected Nazi victims have
already teen waiting 20 years
for compensation. Postponement
of payment, he pointed out,
could have serious implications
for older claimants who might
not live to see any compensa-
tion. He also criticized the Bonn
Continued on Page 15-A


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He Ami Development Dinner Sunday
Features Peter Lawford and Gov. Leader
rd, brother-in law of
, .i, ni John V Kenne-
ear with former Gov
. ier of Pennsylvanii
Synagogue Group To Cite Dr. King
' evening at the F.n-
llotpl.
b> the Creator Miami
| (he Jewish Natinn..l
I program will highlight
. Iaik by Gov. Leader, principal
;;k( [0, the evening.
Proceeds from the Me Ami
development Dinner ere ear-
marked to complete Grtittr
Miami s quota for the establish-
ment of a sisttr city on the Jor-
canian border of the Jewish
State.
as the kick-off for .i
. vi.oo.iHM) in cash or
the dinner will alx> f> ;i
Miss Florida. Carol
runner-up In lha re-
Miss America beau-
Miss Blum has prepared
i | program for the
has i<"in x,<'n ;'<--
vors m behalf <>f the
Israel, and has worked
the Jewish National
the past eight years.
In 1956. a large woodland was
cedic.i'd in his honor on the
? ills surrounding Jerusalem. He
as co-chairman with then Gov.
Theodore McKeldin, of Mary-
and, in the Freedom Forest pro-
ecf.
who has appeared in
irring roles in motion
pictui is married to the formtT
Ki nnedy. sister of the
. President Kennedy, and
i have four children.
Pledges to the drive for $1,-
000.000 can be made through in-
scription in the JNF Council
Golden Book, according to Wil-
liam Bornstein, local JNF Coun-
cil president.
Bach page m the booh calls for
a contribution of $1,000 Copies
will be on permanent exhibition m
Me Ami, Jerusalem and Greater
Miami.
Bornstein said that the pro-
ceeds ill be used for the con-
struction of roads, schools, parks,
playgrounds and utilities in Me
Ami, with an eye toward the set-
tlement of I".IKK) resident'- there.
'Tart 'if our sister city has al-
ready been paved, and a number
of buildings have been erected,"
Bornstein declared, it i< Imped
|thai when this drive is completed,
the program will bring a success-
ful conclusion to the expansion of
Me Ami
WIIUAM BORNSTHN
Bonn Envoy Seeks Quiz
To Clear Nazi Charges
Continued from Page 1A
quested that the Foreign Min-
istry in Bonn undertake a "dis-
ciplinary procedure" against him,
so that he could clear himself
completely of charges he had
been a member of the Arrow
Cross.
Dr. Toerock had gone to Bonn
to pursue h^ efforts to prove that
the charges are untrue. The
spokesman for the Bonn Govern-
ment announced Dr. Toerock's re-
quest.
Dr Toerock conferred with For-
eign Ministry officials in Bonn
last week and repeated that he has
proof that, during the war. he had
held himself aloof from the Nazi
Regime, and that he had helped
.lews during the war period. He
was a Hungarian diplomat accred-
ited to Hitler Berlin during the
Nazi regime. He has since become
a naturalized German citizen
By Special Report
Rev Dr. Martin I
president of
ithern i hristi p
nee and Not* I I Prize
winner, will receive tin
and World Peace Award ol th Sj
nagogue Council of America, it was
announced by Rabbi Seymour J.
Cohen ol Chicago, president ol the
Council.
The Synogogue Council of
America is the national coordinat-
ing agency for the three major
branches of Judaism. Through its
constituents, the rabbinical and
congregational bodies of Conser-
vative, Orthodox and Reform
Judaism, Ihe Synagogue Council
represents well over three million
American Jew -
The award will be made to Dr
, the annual dinner of the
Council on Sunday evening, al the
Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Ni
York.
In selecting I >r King to be the
recipient of the Judaism and World
Trace Award ol the Synagogue
il," Rabbi Cohen dei
"the Jewish commun.it> expresses
its tribute to .i man who < xempli-
fies qualities of personal courage,
responsible leadership and dedi-
cation to Prophetic ideal- He has
inspired people of all races and
creeds "ho aspire to greater free
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Volume 38 Number 49
Friday, December 2. 1965
9 Kislev 5726
Political Handwriting
Is on the Wall
That Mr. Ben-Gurion conducted
he first Knesset meeting after the
Nov. 2 election was a clear s:qn of
eifor.s behind-the-scenes to patch up
r.e rift between him and Pr.me Min-
.ster Eshkol. Many biner things have
oeen said during the pest few years,
and particularly smce Ben-Gurion
:armed his own Rafi list in an at-
tempt to return to office and beat the
prevailing Mapai Party.
The former Prime Minister's
charge this week that MoTxri has
oeen plotting against him since 1960
-. to some extent, have basis in
fact
But it is also the muttering of an
ry old man. In light oi hifl sheer
s.ccl collapse after the ele^
me of his opponents cc:; ever.
:ecd more into It than tl
We do not care to join the crowd
o have concluded that
Ben-Gurion's age and health cue
g to show.'' We would,
'-: like to hope that he step
| is on the wall. Other area: lead-
ers id to meet it: in our own time Prime
Churchill and Chancellor Adencuer
em.
The :::;! may be bitter to eat. But it moV.es
: :: more difficult to enshrine a person like
.on in his notch in history when he
s to obstruct what must be the natural
and ultimate course of Israeli affairs without
him. This is not to say that Mr. Ben-Gurion
.-.as not, indeed, already assumed his proper
place in the chronicles of his nation and in
the hearts of world Jewry, as well.
But it is sad to have to look on at the pros-
pect of a giant among his people compromis-
ing his past in order to give voice to his final
outer hours.
MEW CHINESE COOK

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Award to Mr. Truman
No more apt person could have been cho-
sen by the Zionist Organization for citction
tnan former President Harry S. Truman.
Mr. Truman will forever have a hallowed
place in the spirit of the State of Israel. It was
his simple human feeling and undaunted diplo-
macy that gave quick meaning to the creation
of Israei by the United Nations and the victory
>ettlement in Palestine achieved on
the battlefield in the cause of freea-
Withoul van recognition, it
to predict even as a matter of h
what course Israel would have had to I
Beset by tremendous and classic State De-
reesurea :e the UN partition,
Truman went into a huddle with con-
i ace and acted firmly on the basis of his
. decision.
The ZOA honor to the former Presider.:
derscores this brave leader's determination.
.oughout the world take this opportun-
to recall the profoundly important role he
played in the cause of Israel's independence.
Ice an emerging and underpriv-
d society. It certainly :s not that.
kind of activity the DAIA sees c kind of pa-
tronizing attitude, which suggests the ager.
fledgling end limited capabilities. In short, the
DAlA believes it can well take care of its own
affairs.
On the other hand, Argentina is one of the
important hotbeds of anti-Sem.'.ism In I
America, and Jewish organizations in our own
country, by now practiced in such matters, be-
lieve they can be helpful. Tne recollect.on of
the Jewish experience in Germany during the
Hitler era is still too tender and pervasive for
us to stand aside and not battle the spectre of
anti-Semitism with all our know-how wherever
it may ar.se.
The question simply is: How are American
Jewish organizations going about their task?
Are they, indeed, as the DAIA suggests, "med-
dling"? Are they imperious and patronizing?
Do they move in and take over? Perhaps the
DAIA charae this week is simply a way of
alerting our orgenizations operating there that
they have forgotten their manners that de-
spite their best efforts and intentions they are
still guests in the house of others.
Guests in Argentina
It is difficult to assess the feelings of the
DAIA, central agency of the Jewish community
in Argentina. What the DAIA did this week
was to accuse Jewish organizations with "med-
dling" in Latin American affairs.
The Jewish community in Argentina is prob-
ably the most developed and most extensive.
The DAIA is therefore suggesting that too many
U.S. based Jewish oraanization have set their
feet on Argentine soil to make an impression
there.
On the one hand, we can understand the
feelings of the DAIA, which would rather not
Rights and Privileges
The Nczi Party rally in Washinqton used
picable methods in underscoring the per
support of our country's action in Viet
Nam. All Americans of good will have lor.q
gi n accustomed to expect despicable
methods from Nazis. Among Cher things we
founht a war twenty years ago over precise-
:ice between us.
Nevertheless, it would be well for those
who are critical of the Viet Nam operation to
examine more closely both the motives and
nner in which they express their criticism.
It is not that, as a minority, we are particularly
vulnerable. It is simply that, as a people prac-
ticed in the history of oppression, we should
not be quick to deny the needs of others simply
because we have become too comfortable.
Whatever our motives and manner. George
Lincoln Rockwell can never be more than an
abomination. Neither must we take on his
custom: We must not become abominable by
confusing the meaning of freedom by de-
nying our duties as citizens in the name of our
rights as citizens. It is one thing to express dif-
ferences of opinion. This is our privilege as
Americans. It is quite another to become un-
/bedient and even breakers of the law.
ithet a right nor a privilege.
during the week
,. as
by LEO
i see it
MINDLIN
/THEATER
^ tun
to honor I
uished -
Th" functi
tl
the An
Sad
! the a\
light from the man who should have had it uni
fulled intensity The award to Rabbi Narol


soul in the audience was, from the start pen
Let me say at the outset that the work of t
i tie against anti-Semitism, to the achievement of thi
of civil lights for all Americans regardless of r.
development and promulgation of historic levels
Jews and Christians generally, and between Jew
ticularly; to the outrooting of bigotry wherever it m.
whether in the F\ecuti\e Suftei of giant busim
the teerr;- \. :ro ghettoes across the land I |
of~genocide7*6e it physical or cultural a> !- !> *'.Ci/
I'mon all these are at least admirable and
breath taking
The American Jewish Committee ccrtainh
moment of praise to wend its way forward in th<
lations. which is the greatest tingle revoluti
thing unto itself, changing as the field cha:
i ir Jewish civil libertarian organizations do. I
steep and challenging heights toward mai
hi- sahation through compassion and iinderstandii
AND THIN SOMFTHING SHAMD
IT IS FOR these specific characteristic- ir. th<
that the local chapter of the
honor him I tthte hi- energetic contributi r,c
h his continuing participatioi
[an ; civic organisations in the Greatei ''
Metro Community Ri 1st
dent Kennedy
in the nation plagued bj
: | i 11sti in I hfort I
I'hilip K 1!
tti

of I '

Mr Hofl
lews gi\i
: ei mankind
Mention the i jni I
; b
"
rn its unsuspi
INDtMlC CHAtt ACT IHISTK IN TH CASt Of KUHIHISM
UR HOFFMAN'S ADDRESS was
^^ si a breakfast m< I
tei several weeks igo bj Di Johi Slaw
itive vice president The refi
'
of Committeeship where Ecumenism is concert
ingly related his experience on the occasion ol I
nee with Pope Paul in the Vatican Mr H
night related his ,,n So base. 1 am sure. 0th
memorable delegation all sis of them
There is no doubting the American Jewish I
contribution to the debate attending the
'.:,. Jewish statement Hut. good heavens, it cai
mittee'i private propertj Others have also mad'
if of tte.ilv 1. ind variety 11. -
When I>r Slaw son visited
upon a strai of secrecy c-oncernu..
a m the Vatican achieven 11
'hat the American Jewish I
er ah) away from publicizin
a< hievemi
Mr Hoffmai such paradox.
, of the j
thai in a very n l
I \ ncil Declaral in Uk li. '
Son Christian I the fins
K it to t'<
the m
I
nical refer, ncea to him the pn
to the oci

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COmCr/NG TMf CCNWAL l$SUt INVOtVfO
I SUSPECT that, wheth. i Miamianj
1 ebrate with I>i Narol are memben e l
liami t hapter of the CoramitU e, oi i
cpected a lecture on the programs ol the AJ
j turn< .1 out. instead, to boooi a man
life to translate our best human ideals into ...
tuimg then had to be, the) would have no|
hind at the private meeting preceding the banquet
That the purpose of this meeting bled into th<
fuse and therefore confuse the citation vs..- u
and 01 i feel that Mr Hoffman, during th-
entation, intuitively understood this well ei
himself a victim of Committeeship, he was
tide oi in- own untoward enthusiasm it remsii
to clarify the issue when, in ins acceptance, he
I that the award was
role a- a rabbi but ai an active pa '
n Jewish Committal
Di Narol caul I, divorci
Continued on Ptgt 15-A
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ber 3. 1965
Isniflh #// rM*^r
Paqe :.-'-.
Federation Names Milton Weiss
Vice Chairman of '66 Combined Appeal

I man
'A
It
Weiss, president <>f Miami
. Savings and Loan
has been named vice
: ilie 1966 Combined
, ai the fund-raisin :
e Greater Miami Jew-
. ration.
active i" philanthropy
leadership, was named
> lay I. Kislak, chair-
liti CJA.
Mr Weiss comes a new
in las leadership for the
d\C4N
(Bishop Duncan
Specks Monday
mi Rev. James L. Dun-
agan Bishop of the Ep-
icese f South Florida,
will discuss "The
Kcumenical Coun-
cil Religious
Liberty and the
Jew" on Monday
night, 9 p.m.. at
Temple Beth Sho-
lom.
Bishop Duncan.
who wa.s elected
ragan Bishop
in 1961, is chair
man <>f the Com
munity Relations
Count) Prior to
-imp, he made an
; rii oi South
erved In Lady smith
-,\ months
ol I Tin y I ni
. !i he receive I his
rees, Bishop Dun
; his I'.D an.I DD dl
in- University "f the
' it 'l enn
M ii :.,\ a i I I'- Hie
: ranir I bj R*b
mi -li. spii itual Ii.
i *. -t i Sholom. who
- dreater Miami chairman
oi Israel Bonds and as
vice president ol the
n Jeu ish Congress
cries is free and open to
B'nt B'rith Social Singles
c lub show and dancing
mil will Ik' included in
i: i ith Social Singles
held on Saturday, '*
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Combined Jewish Appeal.' Kislak
said in making the announcement
of the appointment, "and we ex>
peel that interest to grow through-
out the community."
"We are proud to have Mr.
Weiss M part of the CJA lead-
ership to help guide trte camp-
aign to a successful conclusion,"
said Joseph M. Lipton, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, "and we *rt aim-
ing to top our goal which will go
for servicing more than 50 agen-
cies locally, nationally and
overseas.'
The Combined Jewish Appeal is
.second only to the United Fund in
sue. cast yeai, a gua, ui #i,t-*u,UuO
was set and met l>> tne LJA winch
directs muds to eignt local agen
Ctes in the area.
neiSI a senior member of the
aegai urni 01 Meyer, Weiss, Rose
uimJ ArKin and is a graduate of
.in- l Uiverstty ot Miami, lie sue-
iMrued lorimr Beacn Lity .Uana-
..i ciauue nensuau a- president
>. .\i..i..ii beacn reuerai .-.iv.u^s
. nu i.iKin Association nearly three
> car-. ,i_ 1
...is... a native i Brooklyn who
..' 1. 1 1 -1 noois in aiianu beat h,
nosed the urst home mortgage
,. .ni ior ..,i.iu Beacn Feaeiai in
r'.).i shortl) atter graduation
11 ui,. tne 1 :n 1 1 sit) oi Miami, lie
,.... tin' )uungi -1 pel > nil
., 1 arfl m IU41 Wiien
1.1 was 28
neiss is a member of the board
: directors 01 Mt. Sinai Hospital,
a member oi the Beach Chamber
a i ommerce, t ivic League and
Hibiscus uodge r and A.M. a past
.ii'-nii'iu 01 .ni' Miami id ach Ki-
tvanis i inn. and a past exalted rul-
.I 01 tli.' miami 1.1 acn i-....~
Briton Sentenced
To Five Years
Ortin"*H from Page 1-A
and. after th" sentence, called it
"a travest) ol justice But Judge
Mervyn-Griffith Jones, who pre-
sided at the Jury trial in Old
Bailey which is London's Cen-
tral Criminal Court told him:
I put out of my mind what un-
loubtedl) appeared to be your po
1.,' lews l deal with thi case
dm'pl on Ih ba thai
, .1 the 0 ol which
\ ,m ha on* icted, coupled

mi 1 must have had il
'
" Phi Mi continui
<,. and nol
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Bi ii lu:" B) ron Topol
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Topol was named to the post
by Jay I. Kislak. campaign chair-
man for the 1966 CJA drive
Topol, who lives at 585 No.
Shore Dr.. will be in charge of
Dade County residents' participa-
tion in the campaign.
Heading a residents' drive for
the Combined Jewish Appeal,
the fund-raising branch of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, is not new to Topol.
Two years ago, he was chairman
of the Normandy Isle Residents Di-
vision of the CJA. Other campaign
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peal included being chairman of
the handbags section of the appa-
ll rel group in the mercantile divi-
sion from 1962 to 1964.
From 1952 until 1956. Topol was
affiliated with the New York
Federation of Jewish Philan
thrupies and the I'nited Jewish
Appeal ol New York, Gn I
Di\ ision, as a member ol the
i governors.
A graduate of Syracuse Unh
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Friday. December locc

N.Y. Spiritual Leader Addresses Miami
Rabbis on Behalf of Combined Appeal
DR DAVID COtOVtHiKI
Marella to Handle
Implementation
Continued from Page 1-A
as official Church doctrine, the
document was passed by the
Ecumenical Council by 2,221 88
with three abstentions.
nee of the emphasis
hat Cardinal Marella,
d ,1 Bisl op Carlo, will have
implementing the de-
lict in the fact, that
Man is known in Vati-
:,- ;,- ., moderate prelate.
the other hand.
man who only recent-
|j while the declaration a> still
- i: t debated by the Council, pub-
lished an article asserting that the
Jewish people were coUectivelj
of the killing of Jeaua.
Cafdinal BareUa is one of the
Vatican's beat known diplumau.
He well known in the non-Catho-
lie i nd non Christian world. He has
i 4i) > ar> in the Vatican's for-
.,_i service. Among the posts he
wu thai ol apoatolle de-
to Japan, and papal nuncio
! The & cretarial for non-
t'hrisl ne of the latest Vati-
b) Fopv Paul
.,. i ;
Dr David Golovensky. rabbi of
Beth El S>naaoguc Center of Nee
lie N Y and chairman of
the Rabbinical Advisory Council
of the nited Jewish Appeal. Wtt
he featured speaker at a joint
on Wednesday of the
M -in Rabbinical U
i and the Ci
...:
-he Greater Miami
lion.
be i the meet
Thurman exi
ember and ; -
Greater Miami
Jewish I >n who was la)
Presidents of all congregations
and brotherhoods in the Greater
Miami *rta were invited to
attend the meeting slated at the
Jewish Home for the Aged.
Co-chairmen for the event were
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Beth
El, and Dr Max Lipachitz, of Beth
Torah.
The Council consists of Ortho
dox. Conservative and Reform
rabbis from the area and la) lead
era beading congregations here
Dr Golovensky i> a past presi
dent of the New York Board of
Rabbis, largest rabbinic body in
the world, and is chairman of it
international Jewish affairs com-
-ion. He was a member of the
delegation of the board in 1356
and again in 1960 which visited
the Jewish community in R
and other iron curtain count
H. was a chaplain in the I' s Navj
from 1943 to 1946.
Real Estate Unit
Elects Officers
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Gn ami Chapter 71,
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and direi > Brothers
Ship] inj was named
H ton. of
Watle)
Co as i ai
del t, and Donald Hall, of the
Road Department, was
i vice president
Lawhorn was formerly -
utive with Lon Worth Crow Co
in their commercial real estate
and appraisii tment In ad
dition to his eurrent --hipping du-
ties with Shaw Brothers, he ban
dies all of the real estate holdings
of H 0 Shaw
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Registration for the I'I pan
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The Ulpan classes emphasize
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Page 7-A
Hebrew Academy Expects 1800 at Jan. 9
18th Anniversary Scholarship Brunch
I "Chai Corps" of the
ml Hebrew Academy
! Sunday morning,
a meeting of the
in and steering
the Miami Beach
. anniversary scholar-
I eonard Rosen and
r S CnsS. princi-
tline details <>f the hon
, h will receive special
Uion at the SluOacouplc
Jan 9
The annual event, which will
j,4y tribute to Mr. and Mrs. Har-
y Genet, Academy founders, it
pected to attract a record at-
endance of 1,800 prion.
musical play, "I Re-
ember in which 63 students
Honorary Taps
Beach Student
At Yeshiva Univ.
nent, son of Mr and
- Ciment, of 1330 Drexel
mi Beach, a junior at
illege, has heen Initiated
rter member of the New
Chapter of Alpha Kp
a. the international pre-
society.
Epsilon Delta, estal
has chapters at 88 ac-
colli ges throughout the
'- anil a membership
iii persons it sicks to
xi i Hence hi premedi-
will participate, will he one of the
In 'blights "i the dinner it is be-
written expressly for the 18th
anniversary dinner by Beach or-
chestra leader Jaques Donnet. His
v iti\ Miriam, who is the Vcade
my's musical director, i~ play di-
rector with Rabbi Cross, the pro-
ducer.
Louis Merwltaer, president, said
Wednesday that the Academy's en<
rollment of 4H1 students from kind-
uten through high school is at
an all-time record. "Indications
are that we can '.to well beyond
the 500 mark, hut this scholarship
dinner must be successful in order
for us to accept all applications
for next year." he said.
A North Dade branch is now
in operation, with two addition-
al grades scheduled to be added
next year if the Jan. 9 dinner
reaches its goal. Rabbi Gross
said. A faculty of 42 serves the
main school and its branch.
Members of the host commit
tees were announced by Rosen and
bj Ins co chairmen, .lack A. Can
tor and Joseph Cohen. They in
elude Joseph Albert, Benjamin
Appel. Jerome Bienenfcld, Rubin
Blacker, Adolf Blank, Dr. Louis A.
I'.iiium. Nathan Darsky, Max Deak-
u r. Louis DeCoveny, Morns Dub
ler and Irvine I-'irtcl.
Also Jacob Cut. Morn- Gold-
farb, Joseph Gonsher, Henrj Grou-
dan. Joseph n iffman, flyman, Ja-
ln.in. Milton Kahn. Jacob Kauf-
man, George Kimmel, Harry
Koretzky, Varon S Lauer, David
Lippman. "scar Mamber, Henry
Penchansky, Julius Rosenstein,
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Looking over the proclamation for 18th annual scholarship
dinner of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy are (left to
rigid) Samuel Reinhard, Academy vice president; Louis Mer-
witzer, president; Miami Mayor Robert King High; and Harry
Genet, who will be honored at the Jan. 9 function at the Deau-
ville Hotel. More than 1.800 persons are expected to attend juc0f0r f0 fce Speaker
the SlOO-a-couple dinner.
Or Olom Sets
Auction Saturday
Temple Or Olom 3rd Bnnual
auction "ill take place Saturda)
8:30 p.m at the Temple audito
rium Auction! er will be Mr
si, in. Merchandise incl
weekends, dinners, toys, and h n
furnishin i
Mrs Wm. Si
,,i the affair, assisted bj Mrs
F'orman. The Committee is i
i ol M( Leo" lkl
. [rving Plat H and Lawrence
Wulkan Mrs G< raid Sch artz is
ways and means vice president
Mrs. Murray Rom nberg is pn -
dent "i Sisterh.....I.
jack Lubin is president ol
Brotherhood, and Mr Eli King is
Temple president Rabbi Samuel
April is spiritual leader ol
congregation.
Sol Sandier. J. Terry Schechter,
Nathan Schwartz. Jacob Siegel and
Dr Matthew Zuckerman.
Sunday's meeting, slated for
the Max Silverberg dining room,
also will hear reports from as-
sociate chairmen, B. I. Binder,
and Jack S. Popick.
Arrangements tor a top nation-
al speaker are being completed by
national honorary chairman, El-
liott Roosevelt, and his co-chair-
man. Wolfie Cohen
"Your Children Want to Know '
will be the subject ol a talk i>> i>r
Sigmund Fogler, former principal
ol public schools in New York i it}
before Brandeis Zionist District or"
Miami Beach. Lecture is slate : for
Monday, 8 p.m.. i" the Washini
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Friday. December 3, 1955
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Children starting their Religious School studies at Temple
Menorah were consecrated last Saturday during services by
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Standing (left to right* are Craig
Solomon. Jeffrey Stein. Mark Wittenberg. Simi Parker. Karen
Carter, Ava Reich. Gilda Drachman. Mrs. Nathan Robinowitz.
lllona Weiner, Stuart Weiner. Pamela Simms, Dennis Kainen.
Ira Lazernick and David Simson. Center (left to right) ore
Rob.n Willner. Richard Goldstein, Jill Kerner. Steve Kaufman.
Paula Kasdin. David Jove, Gisella Terner. Isaac Behar. Mi-
chelle Talisman, Hal Spear. Marcy Jurkowitz, Menses Stzyler-
man, Rochelle Nelson and Corey Todd. Front (left to righti are
Simon Bazyler. David Golzbein. Jaime Kerbel, Robert Melt-
zer. Geoige Jacobson. Nestor Gorfinkel. David Kestenman.
Ricky Rubin, David Kaufman and Marc Talisman.
Buenos Aires Jews Attack 'Meddling9
Continued from Paae 1-*
tal and financial aid "locally-
planned, locally directed"
through B'nai B'rith affiliate* in
those countries. It was received
with "disagreeable surprise
"here as being contrary to the
"explicit opinion" of the DAIA
and of the Federation of Jewish
Communities of Argentina.
Open criticism against "those
*ho. from many thousands oi
miles away, attempt to tell us how
to manage our affairs."' was
voiced by Dr. Isaac Goldenberg.
DAIA president, at the biennial
lonference of the DAIA. He told
the 120 delegates that "our com-
munity possesses generous traits
and has the valor to stand up to
Mtuations when needed In the
present world situation, mere lit-
erature against anti-Semitism and
sociologic studies are not enough.
The communities need to become
USY Sabbath
At B'nai Raphael
USY youth group will observe
, sy Sabbath at Congregation
B'nai Raphael on Pridaj when
sident <>f the Senior | roup, Miss
Cookie Zuckerman, ill deliver a
hermonette.
They will COI
servii to
i followed by .- '
. irdalah
Raphael 1 j has 3
SY gro ps ten
unior. bers,
oup is
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Without Surgery
Stops Itch Relieves Pain
n. York.N.l -i Speeial 1 I
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factors of power and deterrence.*"
His remarks. ^ part of his bien-
nial policy report as president, re-
ceived prolonged applause from
the delegates.
Jewish leaders in Argentina, he
said, must be "permanently on the
alert in order to live peacefully
with the general community. Dur
: ing brief lapses from normalcy,
we must be prepared for abnormal
situations which may occur at any
time, anywhere"' He asked for
"ample support'" for DAIA and
for unity within the Jewish com
m unity.
In the presence of a 21 member
delegation from the American Jew-
ish Congress, attending the ses-
sion as guests. Mark Turkow.
South American executive mem-
ber of the World Jewish Congress.
reported 'hat there had been grave
manifestations of anti-Semitism in
Paraguay He said that, at Asun-
cion, capital of Paraguay. Jewi-h
tombstones were desecrated re
eently and swastikas had been
-meared on Jewish grave markers
as well as on the Monument to
Naii Victims
Mr. Turkow added, however,
that Paraguayan police have
acted vigorously on me mani-
festations, arresting and investi-
gating 200 suspects. The Para-
guayan press, he said, both those
newspapers that support the
Government at\4 others in the
opposition "energetically con-
demned the anti-Semitic pro-
fanations." The session adopted
a resolution expressing the Ar-
gentine Jewish community's
solidarity with the Jews of Para-
guay.
The American Jewish Congress
(1. legation was led by Will Mas
low. executive director of the or-
ganlsation. Huenos Aires is the
hi atin American center visit
. d by the group. The AJC study
n kssion of latin America visited,
prior to comimr here. Caracas.
Venezuela, and Rio de Janeiro and
Saon Paulo. Brazil The American
Jewish Congress delegation mem
bers were guests at a special ses-
sion of the DAIA executive They
were briefed on South American
Jewish problems, including anti-
Semitism and relations with the
church and with trade unions by
I)r Goldenberg, Mr Feinguersch
and Mr Turkow
Congregation
Picks Officers
Gary Shachal as
sell ha^-an as presi onl will teari
the Student 1
Torah Congregation ir the com
ins y< <''
Serving ai 1 abl
Bernstein, with ] edman
chairman oi thi : ommi,
lee; Mark Goldsti
Mill" r, Alan !
nenbaum, and s
ash
S Bl
In I
Johi S
jam in
V
Mara Nied
on I.
H
Beth David USY
Hosts Chapter
Beth David SY
Southeastern Res y
host to represi ntal
from the Florida
the Thanksgiving u< 1
\ l> 0 u t 250 ti 1
ipated in a full i
passing Sabbath
shops, and 104 ial
gregation membei ii their
homes to the out
" Beth
president,
Judge Friedman
To Be Speaker
Judge Milton A Friedman will
be guest speaker at a paid-up mem-
bership brunch on Tuesday noon of
Hatikvah Chapter. B'nai K'nth
V> omen.
Mrs Robert Utt is chairing the
.flair to be held in the Morton
Towers Restaurant
Chapter President 1- Mrs Gert-
rude R Solomon.
Schedule of
Friday with registi 1
I)a\ id and a--.
During late
by Rabbi Sol Lai
ing USY offici rs
Nora Feldmin
Judi Schiff, programming vice
president; Jimrrwe SchiH, fund
raising vice president; Robin
Lundy, membership vice presi-
dent; Cheryl R*m. recording
secretary; Rivt Shift, corres
ponding secretary, David Stone,
treasurer.
Ones, Sbal bat " CSV in the tot .1 featured.
Israeli dancing
Early m 0 rn 1
Saturday were ed h
luncheon x-r\i of the
congregation hi .1 1 b> Mrs rhil-
lip Schiff \"
up ith semin;
evening, a buffet
planned
This is the
Canadian you
switch to when
you get richer.
At first, most people drink Seagram'* \ 0.
only on special occasions. I hen. as
their fortunes improve, they make \ ('
their regular whisky. If you have reached
this degree of affluence, congratulate
If you haven't, cheer up. You've got
something to look forward to.
I Oil Mitt:


Friday, December 3. 1965
Jewish ncrMhr
Page 9-A
Rabbinical Council of America President IP
Speaks at Testimonial for Rabbi Caplan
Sixth annual Service for Israel Awaid of the South Florida
Districts of the Zionist Oiganization of America is presented
10 Ben Giller ct a dinner in his honor recently at the
Fontaineblecu Hotel. Left to right are Secretary of State Tom
Adams, who was quest speaker; Giller. president of the Miami
Beach Zionist District; Sen. Claude Pepper, personal friend
of Giller, who made the presentation; and Jack D. Gordon,
chairman cf the Dinner Committee, who served as toast-
-naster. Also participating were Louis B. Rudnick, Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Gross. Joseph Amigo. Herman Weintraub. Morris
Simon and Sidney Raymond.
ZOA Presents Truman
With Top Herzl Award
Continued trom Pb 1 A
liiughter. Mrs Margaret Truman
Daniel, the former President, who
.onvaloscinn from an injury suf-
'ered in a fall, said; "I am most
opeful that the policy of our GOV-
rnment to encourage friendship
and close cooperation between Is
ael and it.- Arab neighbors will
come to pass sooner than we be-
lieve Mrs Daniel accepted on
U half of her father the ZOA's 195
Theodor Herzl Award-Gold Me-
-'alion at the dinner. The medalion
vm presented by Dr. Max Nuss-
t^aum. former president of the
ZOA
Eminuel Neumann, honorary
president of the ZOA, who pre-
tided at the dinner, told the
1,000 guests that Zionist efforts
be directed not only at ensuring
ihe further progress and seeur-
.y of the State of Israel but to
carry forward the Immigration
to Israel.
Amh lor Michael Comay, is
e ate to the United
i i m mi addresa al
,i Israel was "con-
born out of the Zion-
,i mid the will and re-
. v, tin- small Yishuv to pn>-
mi ana defend its independ
i nee Nothing, he ad led, cat
the profound histori
and politu al facl th I
na had real
firmed in principle the Jewish
claim to independence."
Hailing former President Tru- .
man's role in the establishment
and recognition of Israel. Jacques
Torczyner. president of the ZOA,
also noted that the Truman Admin-
istration's first grants-in-aid and
other valuable assistance to Israel
permitted the young state to sur-
vive.
Rabbi Israel Miller, president of
the Rabbinical Council of Amer
ica, will i" principal speaker at
,, testimonial dinner honoring
Rabbi Jonah E, Caplan on Dec 16
.ii the Deauville Hotel,
Officers and directors of Sky
Lake Synagogue in North Mi-
ami Beach, of which Rabbi Cap-
lan i'. spiritua1 leader, will be
lots to the community wide
event.
Ral bi Miller's ap| arance here
a r 'cord at
' P.
i,i of Sky i ake.
ilarly I" cause he preached
,n the Urea) M< sco Sj nago
i. : it sumn er and is especial-
dedgeable in the area of
So\ iet Ji wish life today one of
the greal problems facing world
Jewrj in our lime."
According to Harold Thurman,
who will be toastmaster at the
Dec H> testimonial, "this should
be .in invaluable opportunity tor
Greater Miamiana who will honor
Ka'ibi Caplan also to get an inside
report on their Jewish brethren
behind the Iron Curtain."
Rabbi Miller, now visiting VS.
Armed Forces installations in
Japan, in addition to being presi-
dent of the Rabbinical Council of
America, is chairman of the Com-
mission on Jewish Chaplaincy of
the National Jewish Welfare
Board.
He was appointed by Presi-
dent Johnson to serve on the
National Citiiens Committee for
Community Relations to imple-
ment the Civil Rights Act of
1964. He served as chaplain in
the Army Air Corps during
World War II in the U.S. and
overseas, and is past president
of the Association of Jewish
Chaplains of the Armed Forces.
Rabbi Miller served as a reli-
gious consultant to the IS De-
partment of Defense in Europe in
June. 1954 and in January, 1964,
..- well as in japan in Itftto, to con-
duct a retreat for Jewish chaplaina
ned overseas
He lias ser\ed a- president and
i onorary president oi the Rabbin
a al Alumni Vssociatioi : Yesh-
mi University, from which he
holds an AB de jn cum
aude, ami is reel] ol the
nard Revel Award for Com-
'..-'. i Col
ll mi
Development Uses
Ad Agency Here
i harles Friedlander Advertising,
Inc., a Miami agency, has been ap-
pointed to handle statewide, na-
tional and international marXel
ing, advertising and public rela-
tions for Royal Palm Beach, a 16,-
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Owned by Royal Palm Beach
Colony. Inc., Irving Cowan, presi-
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in the suburban I'alm Beaches on
highway 98-441. It contains about
200 homes already occupied, an
84 unit condominium under con-
struction, a motel, and an inn:
RABBI ,'SRAfl MIUE*
Tennis lessons of 'V
A new program of tennis instruc-
tion i- be i '. initiated i>> the YMHA
oi Greater Miami Physical Educa-
tion Department The class will be
available to boys and girls, ages 10
through 14. and will be offered,OO
Tuesday afternoon, from 3:30 to
5 p.m., on the "Y" tennis courts
The course will be taught by Linda
Hart, outstanding collegiate tennis
star.
TO THOSE WHO EXPRESSED
their sympathy in so many beautiful
and practical ways during our recent bereavement,
we extend our heartfelt thanks.
The Family of the late
SAMUEL and ROSE FRANKEL
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Friday. December 3. 1965
i^8'*<3r5r',r
Solomon Schecter Award for excellence Ynritfe'
field of social action was presented at the re-
cently-concluded biennial convention of the
United Synagogue of America to Temple Beth
Sholom of Satellite Beach. Fla. The award,
highest honor conferred by the United Syna-
gogue on a membeT conaregation, is a com-
petitive one and reflects the outstanding work
done by the young congregation in the Cape
Kennedy area. At the award presentation are
(left to right) Harold Stubenhaus, New York
City, convention chairman; Henry Rapaport.
newly-elected president of the United Syna-
gogue of America; Rabbi Bernard Segal, na-
tional executive director; Rabbi Allen Rutchik.
of Miami, Region director; Deems Taylor,
president, Temple Beth Sholom. of Satellite
Beach; Abe Birenbaum, chairman. Awards
Committee; Samuel Rothstein, past president;
George Maislen. outgoing president.
Club Eliminates Religious Bar
MADISON ; M The Ma li
ard of directors has re-
versi .mi and
ted i" invite a Sup
, rt .' ist a Jewish
fter .i storm t-f
protest over I ision
ifler mon I i
200 of ibt ri sign-
, protest an I 6 H
i ton, pn sident of the L'ni-
i IViscons
i the cl ib. The board held a
ial meeting at which it li*
I by-laws on admis-
son procedures it then invited
j Myron Gordon and Attor-
i Sinykin to Join.
The board said, in state-
ment, that it had acted to amend
the by-laws so as to provide that
any candidate may be admitted
by five affirmative votes of the
nine directors. In addition, the
club, by appropriate action,
moved that Justice Myron Gor-
don and Gordon Sinykin are wel-
come to join the club if they care
to.
Two of the board nicml>crs mi
ssion for
the to men, leading t"
ias in tin nd to the >
ition of Mr Harrington. The
rc.H-i.-h"!" was widely believed to
Gardner Lists New Associate
have been on the basis of tin- fad
th;it the) were Jews Their appli-
cations originally had been mi!>-
mitted at the urging <'f Collins
Ferris, president of the Madison
. and Trusl Company,
othi r Madison Club
i to dispel I
thai the club
A number of groups in Madison
p sponded to the original 11
tion bj m< etingi
Madison Club The Madison Citj
c :i passi i solution taring it- intenl to den) city li
cense prii es including liquor
guilty of
riminatutg on the i a< e,
I. color national origin or an-
TV.
; Gardi er Asso< iates
.1 Beach based advertising
a I public relations
a nounces appointment of Randall
< ke a- a firm a
-
irl fi : -in rl) head of his own
public '
w ill help tupen ise
I ,.'l\ rtis
-. itiet lor the
< ation
Gardner i- known for In- super
i of public relations for >uch
mally publicized accounts as
Fontainebleau, Eden Hoc. Dip-
V LidO spa and S<>r
rent.. Hot Is
Clarki n ed with the
Si a York Herald Tribune as
ler and i i -'<-r.
so with the City of Miami
Sews Bureau a- well a- with the
Inter American I Vittu nt>
on the Interama project.
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Histadrut Confab Sets
$5 Million Goal for m66
'-:
Continued from Page 1-A
Labor Federation, now approach
the million. We are satis
fied with the result- of the last
sel election- which also pose
new tasks and commitments for
Histadrut in meeting and fulfill-
ing them, we count on the continu-
assistance from devoted
friends ami partners like those
In Ne York now at >our
convention for Labor Israel."
President Johnson extended
greetings to the convention in a
message to Rabbi Jacob J. Wein-
stein, chairman of the National
Committee for Labor Israel.
"Over the years," the President
said in his message, "Histadrut
has played a significant role in
helping the people of Israel to
advance and achieve a fuller way
of life. It has been a guiding
force in Israel's remarkable pro-
gress in the fields of medical
care, vocational training, cul-
ture and education. May the fu-
ture of your enterprise and
Histadrut be as productive and
as fine of purpose as in the
past."
I>r stem disclosed, in his an
nual report to the delegates, that
--li had been raised during
the fiscal year ending September
Hi), with an additional $L> imi.)
raised by Pioneer Women, the
\' omen's Labor Zionist Organisa
tion, one of the highest totals in
the 41 years of fund raising bj
or anization
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Beth David Chief
In New Honors
At the recent biennial eon..
tion of the United Synagogue of
America, Phillip Schiff. a past
president of Heth David Congn
ation. was elected to the National
Council, layman's organization of
the Conservative movement
The honor comes to Schiff in re-
cognition of "many years of serv-
ice in the Florida area as a lay
leader in many facets of the Unit-
ed Synagogue's activities.'' Most
recently, Schiff served as vice
president of the Southeast re-
gion of the United Synagogue -
America, where he concentrated
on work with the Youth Commis-
sion.
nthrr chairmanships Schiff has
held include beading the Beth
David Youth Commission ami the
congregation's anual Patrons Din-
ner Dance which he is chairing
: tins year Schiff also ^--i\, -
mi tie congregation's txiard of di-
and executive board
18th ISRAEL
INDEPENDENCE DAY
APRIL 24, 1966!
Israel proclaimed the above day as the official
Yom Hoatzmouth.
A city-wide Israel celebration will take place at
Miami Beach Auditorium on April 24th at 8:00 P.M.
National and civic leaders will greet the public.
Famous artists will create a program befitting the
occasion.
Jewish organizations are invited to become spon-
sors of this glorious celebration.
Please call the National Farband representative,
Mr. Joseph P. Zuckerman,
M0 5-1725
I,
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>ei
3. 1965
+JenlsMorl Page ll-A.
ians Tried for Murder
) A Rip court
bik on charges of
kurder <>f several
.. Hie Latvian town
Lr,i testimony last
defendant! carried
with such 'effici-
one Jewish red-
h rvived.
The only WrvivOr was Jacob Is-
raeli, then a boy of 11. who was
not killed by the Latvian collabo-
rators with the Nazis because a
non-Jewish neighbor had hid him
The trial is being held in the Lat-
vian capital's huge Palace of Cul-
ture and three of the defendants
are beinj,' tried in absentia.
Latvian Soviet officials
charged earlier in the case that
Albert Eichelis, former police
chief in Rezneke was in West
Germany. They also said that
Boleslaw Miakowskis, a former
Rezneke police office is now in
the United States, and that
Harold Puntelis, another former
Rezneke police officer is now
residing in Canada. The court
indicated that a verdict was
probable on Friday.
The three defendant- present
are Josef BasankowoS, a former
police officer, Yannis Krasofsky,
another former police officer, and
Peter Voicuk, former chief of the
Rezneke prison. AH three pleaded
not guilty, contending that they
had no choice but to carry out or-
ders and that they were merely
"minor coys" in a machine which
they did not control.
The prosecution chareed thdt
Eichelis gave an order that "not
one Jew must remain alive in
Rezneke" and that the other five
defendants not only carried out
that order but took the initiative
in murdering Jewish victims. The
prosecutor also charged that there
was conslusive evidence that th>*
defendants -had served the Naz_-
willingly.
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C)f2ekejioits S>crsices ^jlii* Weekend
AGUDATM ACHIM. Lombardy HvMl,
6306 CoMmr. Ave OrthodOK
ly Ti |i.m Sfttur '

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AHAVAT SHALOM CONOHEGA
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave Oorthodo*.
Cantor Israel Ktnhner.
I Mker. How
*rii Dixon v i had m :<- xmerlean !
C Vtl l.il.. il -.- I in.!. i>l Plortda Top.
,. Civil Lib< n in.I .' w i

AOUDATH ISRAEL 7B01 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabin Isaac Ever
Pi .. Saturday BH a.m
Ra-bM Over wsil liuuifi
armona on th* s' llv GeouPieaTH tfilam
l.lentlfk.ni.-n and lnt rwr >up Ri > i
m *ajnlnal on I Kurt I.- .
in> th.-.rv i .! a ; -l.-iiii> 3ETH TORAH. 164th St. andiNE 11*'
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CANDIELIGHTING TIME
9 Kislev 5:09 pan.
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BvttAa?r**;ue\" Siturl;* S IS I
35 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
i-L America lark i:
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ETM DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W. Lipaon.
r. p in n
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"And he dreamed, and behold a ladder set up on the earth.
and the top of it reached to h mv.-ii and behold the ngeU
of God ascending and descending on if (Gen. 28.12).
VAY^ETZE 6n his way to llaran. Jacob lay down to rost
at a place where God appeared to him in a dream, promising
to be with him and to give the land to him and his Med after him
Rising the next moriiin. Jacob lifted the stone in which he had
slept and set it up as a pillar He called the place Beth El,
meaning House of God. and vowed to serve God there when he
returned to his fathers house The l.ord would be his God
In llaran. Jacob worked twentj years as a shepherd for
Laban seven years for his first wife, Leah, seem years for his
second wife. Rachel, and si\ yean for the sheep His wives gave
him their maid servants, Bilhah and Zilpah as wive* Jacob's
four wives bore him 11 sons. Reuben, Simon. I.evi. Judah. Han
Naphtali, Wad. Asher, Issachar, Zebulum, and Joseph
Mr also had one da ighter named Dinah At .>ni direction.
Jacob returned home to his father's house On the way, he met
the angi is ni God
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a founder
board of
be honowd
rl Dinner <>f
boning at the
present the
hi Honor to
bseph Rasiel,
1 ami member
c Corps., who
a- Consul for
the award,
Laboviti said
tehly deservas
Murray A.
will known
i. will provide
of entertain-
ed as a star on
fcrams and has
lion as one of
i.sh American
inc as dinner
the committee
are Col anil
irns. chairmen
Hosts.
AT LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES
Temple Beth Am to Mark Decade;
Rabbi Baumgard Will be Honored
servations are Mr. and Mrs, Lewis
Gillis, with Mr. and Mrs. .lack
Gunther in charge of the charter
families Mr. and Mrs. Marshall
Simmons will write a brief history
oi the congregation.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. of Temple Ner Tamid, congratulates
Maurice L. Zaretsky. who will be the recipient ol the State
ol Israel Award of Honor at the Ner Tamid Israel Dinner of
State at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Ben-Gurion Says Mapai
Conspired Against Him
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(trinaent legislation that would
strengthen religious influence.
tapam and the Independent Lib-
erals, however, demand that, at
the very hast, the less strict re-
igious practice laws in existence
rrior i" the elections be main-
tained
Police moved on Sunday to
prevent entry into Jerusalem of
some 40 cars bearing placards
protesting the agreement be-
tween Jerusalem Mayor-elect
TheoHore Kollek and Jeru-
salem's municipal religious
Marchbein-Marbiny's
Sack From Tour In
California and Mexico
fessor and Mine March
lxin Mai bun tenor and soprano
Stars formerly of l.a Scala Opera,
hack in Miami from a most sue
cessful concert and cantonal
tour are accepting engagements
for concerts, functions and stu
dents in Voice-CUltUre music,
repertoire and languages Phone:
538-1952 oi write P.O Box 235.
Miami Beach. Fla. 3313!! adv.
party leaders to restrict traffic
in Jerusalem during the Sab-
bath.
Although only a few score of
ultra-Orthodox zealots assembled
at the city's entrance in anticipa-
tion of the protest cavalcade.
police said they had been tipped
off thai large numbers were ready
to launch attacks on the motorists.
Police oiii, ials said they banned
the cavalcade to prevenl disturb
ance ol the peace Later, the driv-
rs were allowed to move their
- into the citj in -
They assembled in front ol the Na
. mal M iseum, of which the
klayor-elect is chairman, to hold
a pint.'si rally.
on Friday evening and Saturdaj
Temple Beth Am will celebrate its
tenth anniversary. Kahhi Herbert
M. Baumgard will he honored bj
the congregation and the commun-
ity
On Friday evening, Rabhi
S a n f o r d Seltzer. region di-
rector of the Southeast Federa
lion of the Union of American He-
brew Congregations, will conduct
the service.
Luther Pierce, executive direi IB )] | M()|[i \(.S
tor of the Council of Churches; Dr. '
[van Hoy, chairman of the Depart-
ment of Religion at the University
if Miami: Henry .JV.qlff, founding
president of the Southeast Federa
tion of Reform Synagogues, and
Rev. Edward Graham will parti-
cipate in the service.
On Saturday evening.
at 7 p.m., a formal dinner-dance
will be held at the Deauville Hotel.
honoring all charter families of
the congregation.
Mr and Mrs Robert Newman
are chairmen of the weekend. Mr.
and Mrs Herman Fcldman are
vice chairmen. In charge of re-
Palmer
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1965
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Mf. Nebo Cemetery
JULIUS COHEN, 2 p.m.
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Anne Frank Rummage Sale
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Dec. 8
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Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
UAHC Went too Far
With the Sex Problem
THE UNION OF American Hebrew Congn
' tiom should prepare itself for meeting a
barrage of criticism for embarking on the road
of teaching sex knowledge to Jewish youngsters.
Its book. "Consecrated Into Me," written by
RaSbi Roland B. Gittelson, certainly tells the
youngsters of the "facts of life" much more
than tone sex books for adults permit them-
selves to relate. What would practically be
considered obscene in other books for teenagers.
Ii presented in the UAHC book as anatomy and physiology of
:n both males and females
Diagrams of male and female sexual i >re illustrated
in detail, with no word- minced as to their definitions and how
each of them functions Some of the details of the bodily
parts and tin descriptions of how they become sexually excited
are more frank than in sex magazines. And so is the description
of the act of sexual Intercourse. Not to speak of the "reliable"'
and "unreliable" methods of preventing pi >. which
outlined for the youngsters in full detail
a of the parents, who are members of
education committi i Reform temples, are already voicing
. ections to the book, as the author himself admits. He quotes
ol the pan tits as stating: "1 am not a prude, but 1 must
admit that certain paces of this I ook embarrassed me The
e member ol the temple stated pointedly that he wouldn't
want his 17-year-old daughter to read those pages
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Against Religious Bias
Washington
ALTHOUGH
the Admin-
istration is con-
centrating on
the war again*!
poverty and
racist prejudice
handicap-
ping Negro job-
-eekers. the IS Department of
I.abor has greed to act aNo
nst religious discrimination
n executive levels of employ-
ment.
In the wake of discussions with
he American Jewish Commit
tee, Seen tary of Labor w Wil-
Wirtz agreed to take steps
.! i n s t residual bias keeping
.lews from some top-management
posts m p i i \ ate industry and
Hirer The Secretary ms
ir that anti-bias laws will be
ed.
But the Government does not
i .-. tlu- problem as urgent or
top priority The main thrust of
nti-bias efl trom
he White House, is linked with
the war on poverty. Federal of-
ficial- agree that the rights of a
wish graduate of Harvard
Business School, for instance,
should be defended However, it
I felt that such a qualified and
talentee! person can easily lind a
(hly-paid job. even though he
- i irned do i n by some banks
and utility corporate
The problen. here as
e "exotic" than urgent, more
off beat" than crucial. Never-
theless, the Department of I.abor
sill use its persuasive inline:
to see that laws are enforced
linst religious bias as well as
acial bigotry in the employment
Id. Consideration will be given
not only to ^f anti Semi-
tism but also to targets of anti-
Btn lie and anti Protestant
rimination,
About two year- ago, ktaff
others of the President's Com-
on Equal Employment Op-
iunity informally reveal e d
.' the fight against n ligioua
me v. ,,s being sub-
to the program against
i,i Negro bias The committee
had the responsibility for anti-
bias compliance -by Government
contractors, until it was trans-
fi ii. to the Labor Department
ptember.
ton A. Zorn. chairman of
the kinerii an J< n ish l ommit-
- Civil Rights Committee, re-
cently complained to Secretary
Uirtz against the failure of Fed-
rams to deal with reli-
imination in enforcing
laws against job bias, particular-
ly at the management level.
Mr Zorn stressed that "failure
by the Government to exact
strict compliance in respect to
religion as well as race, etc., can
but protect the companies that
discriminate from the consequ-
ences of such discrimination."
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Ecumenical Statement Dc plorJ
WHAT A BREAK for read, rs
when a columnist offer I
them a change of pace' And
what a break for the columnist
when what he would like1 to say
is said so trenchantly that he
can step aside and let his super-
ior say it So it was with a
statement on the Jewish
Schema of the Vatican Council
which I am happy to relay to you herewith. The
statement Is by Dr. Theodore \. lewis, rabbi of
the Progressive S Brooklyn. Dr. Lewis
is one of the most stalwart and inspiring cham-
sacred cause of Judaism Just read
what he wrote in reaction to that schema:
The- final statement of the Ecumenical
in the Ji is i- quite disturbing, despite
i benevolent sentiments The strenuous ef-
al Catholic theologians to eliminate
the false and malicious charge of 'deicide,' the
chiei cause of the Jewish agony, did not avail.
It is ed in words which put to naught
oble admonitions addressed to the Chr
world. Instead of clearing them, the Jews are
indict) n with responsibility for the death
of .1' SUS.
'That the .tew ish authorities, and those who
wed their lead, pressed for the death of
Christ, which the schema pontificaU) proclaims,
is -imply not true I categorically deny and reject
this for myself and my fellows Jews a- an
unequivocal, shocking distortion of history Re
putable Jewish and non Jewish scholars have
long ago established that the Romans executed
I, and that the Jews, who were a conquered
people, had obsolutely nothing whatever to do
with bis death The Roman authorities and their
followers pressed for the death of Jesus and
not the Jews.
The so-called trial' as set forth in the New
Testament is a tissue of contradictions and a
travesty on every principle of Jewish jurisprud-
ence It is a theological creation, pure fiction,
conceived by men who wen despensl
not to offend the Ron -,',., "W
therefore made the Jews the scapegoat
"As to whom the 'Passi that is tWd
of Jesus should be sttril '-o th f
is deeply confused and Involved in irrecLa
contradictions if logic a isobT?
valid, the 'Passion' must be attribaWh,
and to Him only. Catholic tl .logy teacUol
God ordained that Jesus ,. n fc *|
to redeem mankind ft '.odaSI
his death for the n ,.'"' mv*il
the murderer? is not c, -'W'dtiLl
He insisted upon this b j-'ivL I
doctrine hold-. wh> In I ^T**l
"The assertion thai
people of God* is hot .J\
ti. syns e its S
and ii n the prim i|
"That the ( hurt h
anti S ajlta
statement. Whj **!
in the origins :a
and there i- deep cl iwi
is a great mj stei : j^J
the six million Jews :- ,.:i(^
the recent holocaust '"-i-PBail
massacres, and the brul | -.ran
the Jews have suffer.': I .-Mssjad
yean at the hand .. ....c
cross is Auschwitz mei to be
murder on a ma-- ;
be decried and not COI
"Unfortunately evei : iss.1
duced to the vanishing p. < n the donau
attacks the Jews t>\ That the;IsrI
the most part did not accept the '"."-pel:'jW [
many opposed its spreadinj Are tl-.ese test-1
ments calculated to re: Semitm! I]
they promote friendship si good v^-ill farta ]
.i. ivb? Does the Vatican hold loyalty tojaaal
upon the part of Jews to be < heinous saT
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Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
Zionism Still Wrestling With Ideology Todaj
Jerusalem
THE plenary of the Jewish
* \. em > 'Mi itive, which is de
facto the highest governing body
of the organized Zionist life, has
just concluded its meeting in
Jerusalem. At present, there are
two Jewi-h Agenc) executives,
one in Jerusalem and one in New
k, and when the two hold
th.ir periodic joint si it is
called tin- plenum of the execu-
tive
There are also hosts "f more
or less routine matters discussed
at such meetings including ad-
ministrative matters and debates
on the annual budget of the
\ ency. This time, however, there
were several non routine matters
discussed. The most important
ol which were is-ucs concerning
heightened Zionist activity in the
I liaspora.
The Zionist movement, ideolo-
slly and even organizational-
ly, has not yet fully adjusted it-
self so many of its leadi rs feel
to what happened In HM8 For
the movement dreamed,
rked and fought for one cen-
tral ideal: the establishment of
a Jewish State When Israel
ti nee two thii
occurred: first tlu- Zionist- were
at a loss to find an equal!) ef-
in (letre as that of
the establishment of the State;
and second, suddenly support of
and work for Israel became fash-
ionable also among Jews outside
the Zionist movement.
In the early years of the State-
hood an attempt was made t>
solve this double problem by a
special Charter of status which
became one of the fundamental
laws of Israel and which granted
the Zionist movement the task
of representing the Jewish jx-ople
in the Diaspora in it- efforts on
behalf of the upbuilding of Is-
rael Slowly, though not fully, I
pattern of new relationships baa
d established betwi en Israel
and the- Zionist movement. How-
ever, the ideological problem
harder t.. be solved sat
irily
The most obvious aspect of this
ideological problem presented It-
self not so much in the relation-
ship between the Zionists and la-
rai I ..- between the Zionist move-
ment and the large masses of
Jews in the Diaspora, particular-
ly in the United states The Zion-
ist movement became a less and
less decisive factor in Jewish
life.
The most crucial problem on
Jewish education m the Diaspora
today i- the shortage of teai hi rs.
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As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
Vietnam and Limiting Free Speech
YES- IT IS ssential to "contain Red China "
' But with war by the United States as yet un-
ared in Vietnam, the question challei
many thinking Amerii "Inasmuch a> ..
state of emergenc) has not been proclaimed, is
it east Dtial to limit f: h?"
would think, from reading the daily
and watching television that this nettle
not been seisi i by honorable appi
America's current plight. Some of the 35.000 to
loo.ooo people who protested I'.s activities in Vietnam in October
demonstrations in > cities around (be world were vilified and
cursed by i variety of critics a few of these ci re under-
standably frightened by the prospect of a Chinese thrust t eonqui r
od part of the free world. Others were experiencing a quick
reflex action against the old looking peopu romp ment
of the sea of protestors. Still others wore just devilish activists
who want to fight rs on the- Side they OppOM
The first category the reasonable opponent! of the pretests
will be found in that 60' percent of Americans who subscribe to
faithfully *v
the "Johnson Concensus" on Vietnam
! the determination of military CX| *" ^an
the U.S has no other course to follow ii & full-
Ol the powerful Senate Foreign ltel.it'
bright incidentally, doe, not subscribe l .^lw
militar) Nonetheless the supporters i


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ne and reasonable and in |
. credit and respect, n, w
The second group, the people
America's Consei William Bud '"nHc*,*'D
as "slobs Often enough, they lack the meet*-*
think through the controvi ; -> Bl d '
fact llieir approai h
I he third bloc the devilish activists


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bers heckling the marchers on Fifth Avei m 1,u"
in Vietnam, the) contend
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the) Will among the first to refer to -
don Johnson's u ,.r
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uhts of war are put aside temporarily as Marines of the
h fail rcrticipate in religious services conducted by
berl L. Reiner (right) against a backdrop of sand-
ed bunkers on a hill near the command post of the 3rd
in Da Nang, Vietnam.
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pulpit, which is as
the American
nity ai to the
ish Committee
from Buenos Ures
izes tin- point
agency of the
lewish community,
to i it c ize ma
izatioi here
m Latin Amer
far, the D \i \
ul the B'nai B'rith.
DAIA is right or
. -i inc i.
usl of son e "i
. ,1 ; m ac-
i, until recently,
more ~u'>tle.
sophisticated and hence effec-
tive How much more sensitive to
"meddling" should, say non-Jew
ish agencies, ultimately become
to the upstaging of what is. after
all. their own affairs'
I mean, of course, the Vatican
For pity's sake: Let Home have
its Ecumenical Council, it does,
in fact, belong there In the final
analysis, it seems sad that the
American .lewish Committee,
only a short while ago SO reti-
cent and retiring, should now be
outdoing all others in the field
of exi chatter. AJ( en:
tdvancement of
human affairs is legion, hut its
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Government for evading the
start of negotiations with Israel
about economic aid to the Jew-
ish state.
Dr. Goldmann voiced his critic-
ism at a dinner here marking the
20th anniversary of the liberation
of the Jews from the Nazi concen-
tration camp in Bergen Belsen.
More than 1.000 persons attended
the dinner at which Brig. General
II. L. Glyn Hughes, known as "the
liberator of Bergen Belsen" be-
cause of the role he played in
bringing freedom to the camp in-
mates, was honored Dr Gold
matin said that coming genera-
tions ol Jews must always remem-
ber the Nazi holocaust and thai
"the Germans must always be re-
minded" about it. General Hughes
appealed to the world "never to
forget" the crimes of the Nazi
regime. The Nazi concentration
and annihilation camps were "the
worst honor story of the war." he
said
The dinner was arranged by the
World Federation of the Bergen
Belsen Associations and was pre-
sided over by Josef Rosensaft,
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"Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida, Friday, December 3, 1965
Section 3
DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA WOMEN TO PLAY HOST
JWVA President Due for Visit
The Department of Florida
Ladies" Auxiliary. Jewish War
Veteran* of the U. S., and its
president Mrs Irving Coopcrman.
announce the official visit to the
department of Florida of National
Ladies' Auxiliary President Mrs
.lohn iSarah) Nemon. of Detroit.
Michigan,
At 3 p.m.. she will visit the Vete-
rans Administrations Hospital in
Coral Gables. Friday evening, she
will be honored at an Oneg Shah-
bat at Temple Emanu-FI at 8 p.m.
On Saturday noon, she will he
guest at a luncheon given in her
honor at the Aimer- Hotel. In
Charge of reservations is Mrs.
Arthur Lee.
Visiting dignitaries "ill include
of Florida. Mrs Ben Haberman.
of Miami Beach, past national
president of the Auxiliary, will be
master of ceremonies at the lunch-
eon
Saturday evening. Mrs Nemon
and Mrs Cooperman will partu-i-
pate ith various local Auxiliaries
an I posts in social affairs
On Sunday morning. 9:30 a.m..
Mrs Nemon will be guest speaker
at the December of Florida
Quarterly Stale meeting to take
the form of an all-day program.
On Monday morning. Mrs.
Nemon and Mrs Cooperman will
fly to Tampa, where they will
visit with the upstate auxiliaries
the executive staff ofthe Jewish 0f Tampa. St Petersburg and
War Veterans of the Department wrlanno
MRS. COOPtKMAN MRS. NtMON
ding anniversary a! Dores Res-
taurant and I-ounge in Sunny
Isles, laughing at the comedy of
Relic Barth and Murray Frank
111!

Now in her second year at the
Hebrew Iniversity in Jerusalem.
Miriam Gelger, daughter of Mrs.
Fdyth Gciger, is one of only 11
Students who have been accepted
in the newly-Opened department
in musicology Prerequisite
for the three-year course leading
to a BA degree is a double major
. In spite of her heavy academ-
ic load, precocious Miriam finds
time to read to the blind and work
in the Jewish National and I'ni-
versltj Library In Jerusalem.

Sweet Sixteen party for daugh-
ter Susan being planned by Mr
and Mrs Morton Col. "km"., of
2285 s\\ 13th St. Festivities on
Saturday. Dec. 12. will be held
in the Rendezvous Room at the
David William Apartment Hotel
Vivacious teen-ager, a stu-
dent at Miami High, devotes her
Continued on Page 10-B
Court Judge Harold B. Spaet decorates Mr. and Mrs.
i Dubowy on the occasion of their establishment of a
r~Moh in Israel in the sum of S25.000. Shown above,
receives the Jewish National Fund Medal of Honor
Irs. Dubowy is pinned with a JNF Golden Pin. Judge
Dart v.-cs guest speaker at the recent JNF Council meeting
I :he ceremony took place, with Zev W. Koaan discussing
Ami Development Dinner scheduled for Sunday at the
' -cbkau Hotel.
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Beach Hadassah To Open Center For Tourists Here
Left to right are Mrs. Yale Levinson. auxiliary president; Mrs.
Inez Krensky. Gift Shop chairman; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Fine
and daughter. Leslie; Mrs. Leonard L. Abess. wife of Mount
Sinai's president; and Samuel Gertner, hospital executive
director.
New Gift Shop At Mount Sinai
Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary's
mwlj-enlarged and renovated Gift
fchop in the lobby of the hospital
was officially opened with a rib-
bon-cutting ceremony last week.
The ceremony was followed by a
pink champagne party honoring
sponsors. Mr and Mrs. A. C. Fine,
through whose generosity the shop
was both originally created and
currently unproved.
Flue, a native of Providence.
R I., has been a trustee of Mount
Sinai since 1951. and is also a
member of the hospital's Founders
Club He is president of Peerless
Mills, Inc
In addition to his time and ef-
forts for Mount Sinai, he is re-
iied locally for his interest in
the Jewish Convalescent Home of
South Florida, the Jewian Home
for the Aged, and Braini.il I'ni-
\ rrsity
The decor of the new shop.
1500 Men's Club
Nominating committee of the
1500 Men's Club of Morton Towers
will bring in the 1966 slate of of-
ficers and board of directors at the
next regular meeting slated for
Sunday at 9 am Featured speak-
er will be David M Stein who will
discuss his recent travels through
Israel.
whose proceeds are used for the
hospitals School of Practical Nurs-
ing, is pale pink, with accents of
gray and shocking pink The bouti
que items which it features include
a range of gifts for patients and
general giving.
MM Inez Kren-ky. chairman of
the shop, and her co-chairman.
Mrs I.eon EH. announced that a
new i>tal-A- by customers may call the Gift
Shop to order merchandise, is now
available Flowers and plant ar-
I anajmianll are also on hand
through the cooperation of the
Mount Sinai Hospital Garden Club.
The shop is open every day and
evening and is staffed completely
bv volunteers, chaired by Mrs 6m
Miller.
National Orpanuation and mem-
bership departments of Hadassah
. chosen Miami Beach as the
List site for a new venture
The Hadassah Center for winter
Residentv i.- being established at
337 Lincoln Rd in Suit. 207. and
will be open from 10 a.m to 2
pni.. Mondays through Thursdays.
The new office will welcome all
tourists who are Hadassah mem
bers in their home communities,
as well as those who wish to parti-
cipate in Hadassah activities while
vacationing in South Florida
Mrs Alfred Tuvin. of Baltimore.
Cafe Francois
In Debut Here
One of South Florida's most lux-
urious restaurants made its debut
this week when the Savann chain
opened the Cafe Francais in Har I
bour House South in Bal Harbour, j
The menu offers a variety of
French. American and interna- ]
tional delicacies.
Luncheon i> served dailv from i
11 to 4 p.m. A Sunday buffet fea-
tures international dishes and is
erved from 11 until 2:30 pm
Operators of six other restau
rants in Greater Miami the
Chez P e p e. Candlelight, Trade-
winds. Lighthouse. Harbour House
North and Airport Roof atop Mi
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dining place to challenge the most
demanding gourmet.
- ST.
Md.. and Mrs Samuel Z. Sakrais, of Dec .^
of Miami Beach, chairman tor the Roosevelt ,(|||
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Phi Sig Alums In Fashion Show
Miami Alumnae Chapter "f Phi
a will hold its Kith annual
fashion show on Saturday, Dec. 11,
! 15 p m ;it the Fontaincbleau
Hotel. All proceeds will be donated
as collei scholarships for students
in the Young Scientists Research
Proj ram.
Models for the show will be re-
presentativos from the 13 sorori-
tic- ;it the University of Miami.
The girls will wear furs and lash
ions fioin Jordan Marsh and will
compete for the title, Model of
the Year."
Phi Sigma Sigma, which ha
awarded eifdit scholarships to stu-
dents in tin1 Daile L'oun' school
system, plans to present this year's
scholarship at the close of the cur-
rent school year
Mrs Stephen Robbins, Perrine,
is president <>i the lot ;il group.
The Young Scientists' Res
Program has received national
acclaim as a means ol enabling
outstanding students to do ad-
vanced scientific research. The
I. inated bj Dr. Mil
ton Saalow, director >>f research
and i pid< olo > for th- Dade
County Health Department, and is
now sponaon d bj the I unty
schools under the direction ol Mrs
Harriet Khrhard. special science
teacher.
: a recent luncheon of the Alpha Omega Ladies' Auxiliary,
teeter Miami Chapter, are (left to right Mrs. Gerald Wer-
Hyman Levine, Mrs. Morton Rosenbluth, presi-
H. Franklin Williams and Mrs. Paul Richman.
cms, vice president of the Planned Parenthood As-
ie. was guest speaker. Alpha Omega is the na-
[ i fraternity which, among its many projects sup-
Hebrew University Dental School at Jerusalem and
lildren'a Hospital Dental Clinic in Miami.
Montmartre is Refurbished
Ri furbishing of the Montmartre
Hotel'- 300 rooms will lie coin
pieted about Hoc. 15. according to
Sterling LaVine, managing direc
tor of the ocean front hostelry at
4775 Collins Ave LaVine said that
there would bo new French Pro-
vincial furniture, installation of
remote control television and ad-
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ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH
Phone 531-6811
borah Plans
(onthly Meeting
Miami Chapter of De-
Id its monthly meet-
lay at the Barcelona
are being made for
uil Tan Day to be held
on Doc. 29. Proceeds
free, non-sectarian De-
Hospital in Browns Mills.
dio>e main efforts are to
. heart surgery and
.(-..
is Mrs. Mildred Aus-
\VA Family Dinner
fcwish War Veterans Ladies'
- 682 will hold a
hettj dinner on Sunday.
im 4 to 7 p.m., at I'ni-

of reservations is
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ish or English
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Bagels...and Good Coffee
No taste in the world satisfies like a bakery fresh
bagel...and a cheering cup of Maxwell House
coffee. Both are constant, unchanging and match-
less in the joy they give-each in its own, a tradi-
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INSTANT OR REGULAR
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Friday Decent .
Woman of Year Luncheon Plans Progress Here
Mn Irmnrml S. t \Ko~zz. of the Veer. :o ze r.cnorec
oa Dae IC by *--.e Grecrte: *'.:; Wor.er. s ;: t.-.e
American "r.er.-s :: the ::?::ew UnhrereJry eets with Mn
Jacob Rifrin 3 toundei ;: (he Her:?-*- Unreereity and M
-_s fjkiwr fint pretataenl at the women'* group to finnhae
r.^r^ :o: the hancbeoa which wiD be r*:er.aec by rr.cre them
Pioneer Women In Varied Events
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xia Meir Cha: -neet on
Inesday n it Park Lam
Temple Zion
Maps Carnival
A three-da> carnival of fun and
nil be held on the grounds
Temple Zion 80 Rd.
Dec 4
>ponsored I ood. the
1 a 0 -. second a
( the terr.pie WlD feature
boothi fan refresh-
cake b"

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retting
- waker Pkilip Wei Invo-
b by Mrs -
Hubert and Mrs Frances Pa

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lent of the Bebj I-
Club, will conduct a regular
meeting on Wedoeadajr, at U
p m in the Washington Federal.
1133 Normandy Dr Dr Ceha Da-
lll speak on "Current Eva
and a social hour will follow
Max Goldscheid. member-
chairman, will e: mem-
bers at her r 8040 Tatum
rway with a tea at 1 pm on
Mondav Dec 13
A- a F:: :a>
Ihamm apart
:< F TV.;
Greater Mia
Of the Amen car. Fr
Hebrew
committee for the
-e Year Luncheon to
for the
The luncheon is scheduled Dec
at the Fontainebleau.
ill honor Mrs Samuel Sin
hoff as Woman of the Year in
j-.:tanan
taikaj the cause of
i peace through her efforts
on behalf of such ins'.tutio*
ieanunt as the Hebrew
I Jerusalem
Zamora Rabbi
To be Honored
i >ff:ctrs and mei I Temple
ra Gable* ire h >nor-
Ber
temple
Among noU he wiD pay
arv
Earl

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(.'hairman of the luncheon. Mrs
Ir\ing Lehrman. ha* announced
that committee chairmen include
Mn Ann Melnick. arrangem*
Kmil Fnedlander. program.
Mrs Oida C Rubin. -.'- Mr*
\ Epstein, decorations-.
Harry Hat .ff. r M-rvatioru.
Mn Inez Krenekj honored
According to Mrs. Anna Brenner
Hi en awards chairman. Dr Ber
nard Chemck. vice president of
the Hebrew University, will attend
luncheon and make the preven-
ts of an illuminated scroll pre-
pared for Mrs Simonhoff with the
atures of presidents of the
rj and The Ameri-
can Fnends of the Hebrew
- >
v teaeei for the Woman
B will be the
menu- .
Weanenofth. '
American F: ','*
Trio Ejected to
Eli Hurw
Dade Count;
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Accountar.s
Clifford C I
rector >'. I
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CP.V ha.. -
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Social Club
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t-d Beth E! Social
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ta r>. Mrs
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Sat rday and
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Emanu-EI Has
Social Meeting
Kmanu El hold tt
..- --mi-annual social meeting
and dance on Sunday ereninfl M
net Betel
an is president of
e F.manu El
Winner* of the Temple Sister
hood trip ticket project, a
k trip to Europe uere Mr and
tin Jack S Popick
Special feature of the evening
:on directed b>
entitled, "it
nor Bittersweet Participat
in the profran
Rocky Pomerance. Mrs Jack S
I opick. Leo Rokeach and 0 J
raueh Musical ac
par. Ben Ball
PRESTIGE
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NUHSUtY JUNIOR KINDERGARTEN KINDERGARTEN
OPENS ITS REGISTRATION TO THE COMMUNITY
Enrollment (or barfed Number Now Being Accepted
'or me Md-Winter Term
STARTING JANUARY 3rd, 1966
ir Feafwr.pQ Program of Accelerated
Kindergarten Readiness
# Eipenenced Professionally Licensed Staff
VISITATIONS AMD INQUIRIES INVITED
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MUTUAL FUNDS AS CHANUXAH GIFTS
What berr way o making this Chanukah a v*1"*
able one for members of your family friend- md bu*'"
associates than by giving them n oppo'tun h sh''
Americas future by giving them mutua -"d 4h"''
Wi'h continuing d-vidends of varying sue a- P*J*
growth of income and principal through the yean >
your family and friends will remember and --yk v
and over again about your thoughtfulness H I ChM"*
They will be forever appreciative Let us ,ou
?bout mutual funds, their risks and costs a-d rhtk H*0
advantage as gifts this Chanukah
Please write or ca'l for a free Proso->c'us
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December 3. 1965
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... ^Arbout jreople and /"
Beth Raphael Officers Listed
WORDS FAIL AT DESCRIPTION
The invitation sent by Tern* and Morris Burk
lM pjn| and red The) were honoring their
mother. Juliet llartman Burk. on her 75th birth'
day Evei since Juliet stopped being school
teachei and came to Miami to live, the days
haven't been long enough for her to crowd in all
,1,,, ,-,,: unit) work that she is interested in
HI ol the appointments were in red and pink, in-
duding i fancy birthday cake and Juliet's pretty
silk pnnl dress. Included in the guest list were
Mrs Vai Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Friedman. Mrs
rerryci Kaplan, Mrs Bert Gorton, Mr. and Mrs.
Hike i lumberg, Miss Edna Heller, Mrs Leslie
Steinei Mr and Mrs. Marvin Schreener, Mrs
Aime K Levey, and Mrs. Pearl Berger.
and Arthur Horowitz wouldn't have
party for anything. Arthur and Mor-
Vanderbilt together, and Arthur spent
man> happy hours at the Burk home. The four
Burk children, Juliet's precious grandchildren.
be everywhere Mike. Patty. Tommy
and S Tommy, the spittinn image of Tema.
with freckles, directed the parking of
Burk's new house, on I.eucadendra Dr.
cription. The inside is cypress and
tvith full length windows The united
color- beige and brown play down the furni-
aces ...
in mi ihat the feeling of living out of doors is
Strong. The two and a half acres of carefully
landscaped ground has water on two sides The
five bedrooms upstairs are one for each child and
one for Tema and Morns All of the chests are
built into the walk in closets The tennis courts
..m! pool are in constant use The Burk s fabu
lou- collection of paintings in every room stamp
the house indelibly theirs As Tema says. It
lives very well."

DO YOU UNDERSTAND?
Minnie Peinberg's nephew. Michael Fcinberg.
who ^nt". to Boston University, wrote a paper
with three other fellows. The name of the
pamphlet which was printed is Cellulose Ace
tate Media in Inimunochemecal Technics."
*
OLD PRESIDENTS NEVER DIE
This president. Dorothy Stone, didn't fade
aw.i\ She went to Atlanta to attend the 70th
birthday of the Atlanta Section of National Conn
cil of Jewish Women, where past presidents were
honored She went in a round about way it
was at the tail end of a motor trip to Ontario an.l
parts there about, with her sister and brother-it-
law. Doris and Nat Kcmpner Doris and Dorothy
are twins Frances Lehman
Officers who will serve Beth
Raphael Congregation Sisterhood
in the coming year include:
Mesdames Max Affichiner. pre-
sident; Harry Cornfield. .lack
Kubel, vice president: Hyman
Berger, Karl Wecker. Rhoda
Kisenherg. secretaries; Simon Ber-
stein. treasurer; Ruben Porter.
parliamentarian; Millie Green-
berg, hostess chairman; William
Gerstman, sunshine; Saul M.
Breeh, chaplain; Ralph Krieger,
trustee.
Following a Sisterhood meetin-'
Thursday, Dec it>. at 8 p.m., in
the Bynagogue, a Chanuka party
will be held.
1501 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
PARK FREE! SHOP JM EVERY NIGHT TIL 9:30
cftdovrt IHaftArV
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THE STOt WITH THE FIORINA FLAIR
tflaGit I IWik
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tM SIOM *HM IM HOIOA (LA*
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nprvati VIorida sun shine
uiih sui-1'ulvnt navel oranaes
10.51.1 full bushel, delivered
(>.)> half bushel, delivered
A gift packed with all the sunny flavor cf
Florida! Sweet, seedless premium navel oranges
... tree ripened and so full of juicy goodness!
A welcome way to spread Florida sunshine
to friends and relatives in the North.
JM CITRUS, first floor
miami and fort lauderdale
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1501 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PARK FREE' SHOP JM EY^ NIGH! TIL 9:30

barton's* uiit-hitxvd
vh a n u k a It rh twata tPtt
2.2!> bo
The Menorah, 15 ounces of
Barton s famous continental chocolates.
andies m the center of
the box are colorfully foiled and
packed to resemble a Chanukah Menorah.
Bartonettes. one pound of
parve miniature chocolates,
beautifully gift-wrapped with a
mosiac Menorah design on
the box. A favorite selection.
JM CANDY, first floor
ami and fort lauderdale
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Frkfcy- ^-^-ber I -.,
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Chanuka Festival by Israel Bonds Slated for Dec. 18
A host of luminaries of the en-
world mil join in
community-wide
to be
Satut-dav evening. Dec 58. at the
K : ader
auspices of the Greater Miaaei
1 Bond Or-.ar.izat
A- -'ars who wBI r.oad
gram are Jar. Peerce.
I
: Chor.
Festi i] Dai era, the
to. and mat
A' iranal feature of the pn>
t 6?< red r> ,v.e Viarr.i
P.;-' P
"ers served
a' j famed Black Watch.
:' boC? WUla Mn Mary Gordon '.eft and Mrs. Robert
Gross \ooV. z~ Mrs Aaron Kiger signs up for the :.-..rc en-
. Beaefil Day aJ -re Prres" of the YM c.-.d WHA set for
Dec A ad Tropical Pork. Mrs Gordon is cr.airrr.~r. oi tha
evert ar.d tr.e other two iad.es her cocr.rirrr.er. for ar-
rangemei
Day at Races
To Aid Hospital
Coral Chapter. Vr.enran MedJ
<: <' nter il
'A. -da>
at I Track The al
'unch in the Club
House I'>mn^ Koom and seats in
th<- Club liou>e
> will tv named for
( ra Chapter m :"h President Mr-
Ir\ini: Rubinstein to award KM
trophy to the wir.nim> fecfcl
haired
bj \lr- David BendeO and Mr-
x:i. be to help mam-
t. :.. aatieal care at t.
tal in l>*n\ t r
Marantz Art on View
ngtoti r1 ten 9 i
,ii|i|i i- DOW.
pture of
lr-. ny Marai I will be exhi-
| h Jan 14 Mar
a i .i i \ of New Jersey
and
rill show paintings and
and
MIZC
BONDID PIBFtCT DEUVftY
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lim V\ .,- a rich of 1-
band aril] meet on Tuesdaj e\e-
"- Brani h
ci Washii 6V r.- I
.-yh : the
- Bi i'.-. rn District will pre-
sent a talk or. Medican
Flagler Planning
Gift Mart Here
StalartOUOd of Flacirr Granada
h Center will -pon^ir t>
yearly donor supper and gift mart
on Sunday. 5:30 pm in the audi-
torium
chanuka -upper will lx prepared
by Mrs Aaron Shapiro and the
committee
Cift items d I include
hs ili < i -
men
decorations and ^'ift wrap-
B'nai Raphael
Skit Monday
paid-up member-hip rr
M evening, B'nai
Raphael Sisterhood
-kit
nn Tuesday, the Sisterhood will
oanuka mart with a
luncheon, with a second mart
Sundaj Dei 12 from 12 to
3pm
Meeting ind man- held

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Good Canadian whisky will never
be cheap. But at last we've found a way
to make it reasonable.
There'? no mystery.Just simple facts.
We make a superb imported Canadian called Canadian
lord CaK ert. But we don't bottle it in Canada. We bottle
it in the U.S.A.
This saves us a small fortune in taxes. And another
small fortune in freight. And we pass this savings
along to you.(lt amounts to about 51 a fifth.)
This imported whisky is as fine and smooth as any
you've ever tasted.
And it gives you something extra, besides. Kvery
time you drink Canadian Lord Calvert, you can say
to yourself,**! am paying a smaller tax."
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December 3. 1965
Jewish ThrMlir
Page 7-B
j| Conservation Expert Lowdermilk
191 Address Technion Meetings Here
WnlIl|. day I-owdermilk.
irorld'a foremost autho-
'"', (he field of soil conscrva
' d long associated with
K ,,,:ns to expand her
rces. will address too
meetings sponsored by
.. the Technion-Israel
rtuie of Technology.
Ttechnion, Israel's oldest uni-
and the only institution of
learning in ,hat cmmiry
sngiiMtflng scien-
a 300-acre site on
m iarm11 in Haifa. Almost
-I node ;raduata and graduate
CgQts pursue their higher tech-
ition on its campus.
which includes every facility of
a modern engineering center.
Dr. Lowdermilk, who estab-
lished the Agricultural Engi-
neering Department at the
Technion, and Dr. S. Fred Sin-
ger, dean of interplanetary and
environmental sciences at the
University of Miami, will be prin-
innamon 'N
Ipple Latkes
I tki -" Who doten't?
to add this spicy
, your latke leper
- sugar
salt
innamon
ii r
ipped cooking apples
tr.l flour
grated lemon peel
i lil
cinnamon
intil light and foamy
poons sugar, -
iinamon, and water
:, .1 Stir in chopped
: and lemon peel; mix

to i inch depth
(> l in large heat >
latke. drop about
ixture into hoi oil
Prj on each side
rown. Add Planters
,i- needed to keep
for trying Dram
ii absorbent paper.
i cup sugar and 1
inanion for topping.
ii '(-innamon mixture
;es, Serve immediate-
ax
at
cipal speakers at a luncheon
meeting this Monday, sponsored
by Sidney Ansin, president and
board chairman of Sunbeam
Television Corp. Leaders of the
Miami business, scientific and
educational community are ex-
pected to attend.
On Tuesday evening. Dr. and
Mrs. Lowdermilk will !* guests of
honor at a cocktail pert) given by
Mr and Mrs. David I'onve. of 5915
Pine Tree I)r Mrs. I'onve is a
vice president of the American
Technion Society.
Dr. Singer recently returned
from a survey trip to Israel, where
he proposed a faculty for advan-
ced planning for the Technion.
which has stimulated much in-
lereat bath here and ill Israel. Both
functions are arranged under the
auspices of the local chapter of the
American Technion Society, with
offices at 1 Lincoln Road Build-
ing, Miami Beach.
Judge Frederick N. Barad is
president of the local chapter
established more than a decade
ago.
B'nai Sholom
Schedules Dance
Swing Your Partner Hoe
Down" will be the order of the Sal
urdaj evening affair, being spon-
sored by Temole B'nai Sholom
Sisterhood on Dee 11 at the Tem-
ple.
Chairman of the event is Mrs.
Louis Deutseh. with Mrs. Arthur
Marklej and Mrs. Harvey Strauss
in charge of tickets
l
Inger Opens
it Fontainebleau
i Kmond opened in the
m's swank Club Gigi
a niie week engage-
French Canadian
i aptured the attention
i agencies all over
already has made
.i ancea on top tele-
variety shows, as well
nightclub engagements.
' to the Club Cirii
successful engagement
0' the Strip, Dunes
esl and smartest sup-
I i- Yt gas, Nev.
itrful young singer will
lined by Lenny Daw son
S ietj orchestra, with
al 10 p.m.. nightly.S.T.
elle Barth
low At Dore's
Mumi Beach after-dark fun
once again bright with
d Mi-s Belle Barth
Restaurant and Lounge
SI and Collins Ave
1 Ider ol the strictly adult va-
I lure's these nights as
h Stan in the nightly
anklin presentations
in recentlj completed i
concert tour and an
' in Las Vegas
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Friday. December 3, 1965
k\l*HA
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Pretty red haired Vyrna (Mrs Robert) Shevin was born
in Springfield, Mass., moved to Arizona and then to Florida
when she was 13 years old Myrna came from a musical
famil> She always wanted to suit;, and she has. At Miami
Beach High School, she was of course in the chorus and
also on the debating team Her future husband. Bob. judged
one of the contests, but she didn't meet him until two years
later (Incidentally, she didn't win!) She received her Bache-
lor's and Master's degrees in music
at the University of Miami
Bob was at Gainem ille when they
met, and she became a regular
commuter from then on. They
went together five years before
they were married She received
a scholarship to Tanulewood. a
training school for opera and mu-
sic sponsored by the Boston Sym-
phony, where she studied in the
summer
Boh. a member of the Hade del
egation to the Florida I egislature.
naturally likes politics, so now
Myrna likes politics, too Myrna
likes music and now Bob likes
music. They have one child. Laura.
and are expecting another soon Myrna -ays she's ready,
but the bahv isn't Myrna is vitally interested in everything
pertaining to music She is a member of WOODS, the Wom-
en's Organization of the Philharmonic Society
Presently, the organization is trying to match the
grant given them by the Ford Foundation Myrna is past
president of the musical honorary. Sigma Alpha Iota, be-
longs to Beth David Sisterhood, where she is program chair-
man, National Council of Jewish Women, the Music Club on
the board of Democratic Women's Club of Miami, and the
Leukemia Society She has sung with the Miami Opera
Guild and with Jan I'eeice and Richard Tucker at Past
Seders here.
Mostly, she likes opera and l.ieder the beat The Shevins
have I ver> exciting life, going to political breakfasts and
banquets and meeting all types of people, which they both
love to do Myrna says thi- is their relaxation because they
lH>th enjoy it so much They swim, Bob plays tennis, and
they both are grct ones for travel Myrna enjoyed Bob
paign even though it was hectic when Bob was fir-t
elected thej packed up their daughter, dog and maid.
rented a bouse in Tallahassee, and stayed there for the three
months that the legislature was in session Myrna says she
was the biggest gallery fan there she went every day
Daughter Laura went to the demonstration school at F.s c .
whi the pattern for all of the nursery schools in the
state in between session- they went to the World's Pail
and bad a (puck trip to New Orleans
The Shevins enjoyed their trip to Europe, adored
Munich, London and Pai ularlj and are all si" to
/.cm the Alien v for the I l
ind 'A as picked as one of
the ten outstand ators by the l'r< i Corpi A wife
can be i politician husband, and Myrna cei
i quiet p -he listens, really enjoj
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in Bert Bloom and Miles Bank.
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i- a graduate of Balm Beach Jun-
ior College and a member of Ki-
wanis Club and Florida Collegiate
Academy of Natural Sciences His
bride is a local secretary and a
graduate of Miami Senior High.
The couple plan to live in Lake
Worth. Fla.

Holbert-Greenfeder
On their return from a honey-
moon in Jamaica, newly-married
Mr and Mrs Willard Charles Hoi
bcrt will live at 1010-9th St.
The former Florence Greenfed-
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by Rabbi Irving I*hrman on Sun
day, Nov, 28. at the Algiers Hotel.
Her only attendant was Phyllis
Greenfeder
For the nuptials, the bride chose
a sheath gown of pure silk peau
de sole embroidered with Imported
chantilly lace The skirt was fash
ioned with floor length lace panels
on each side and featured a re-
movable tram highlighted with em-
broidered lace. The sleeves of the
frock tapered to points over the
wrist-.
Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Sonny
Greenfeder, 932 Lenox Ave the
bride il I graduate of Miami Beach
Senior High and attended the Uni-
versity of Florida.
Serving as the bridegrooms best
man was Dr. Paul Plotkin. with
Samuel Greenfeder, Alan lleilpern.
Fred K Sboehet and Sidney I.ux-
enburg as ushers
Now engaged in electrical con-
tracting, Holbert is a graduate of
.in Beach Senior High and at-
mas. BOSTON COOK
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Leon Holbert.
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Iris Kandel exchanged vewi
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Bun. i Jav Cook on Saturday
nigl
Kl oi Simon April officiated at
the ptials held at the Biscayne
Terr, e Hotel, where a reception
and nner followed.
1'; nts of the newly weds are
Mr. I id Mrs. Jack Kandel. 5827
SW ..id Ter.. and Mr. and Mrs
Nathan Cook. 2064 SW 22nd Ter.
Attending the couple were
Donnr. Hochstadt and Ann Fernan-
da l laid and matron of honor;
Mrs T'nis (apian and Sharon Cap-
Ian. ande-iinaiils; I.inda Joyce
Ft rr, :idez. flower girl. Henry Cap-
Ian .". rved as lust man. and Tony
FerM idez and Fred Kandel as
:'- -men
No in business with his father.
Mr >ok i< a graduate of Miami
Senii High His bride is also a
fractal le Of Miami Senior High
and attended Miami Dado Junior
Coll. e
Or heir return from a wedding
trip | the Bahamas, the couple
will e at +410 w Flagler St
Krieger-Potemkin
I chan. of Beth Torah was
the .-.:tinu lor the pink and red
wed* g of Frances Rose Potem-
kin i ii Stanley Leonard krieger
on S.'jrday. Nov. 27. The bride is
the ighter of Mr. and Mrs. Mur-
ray 1 itemkin, 610 NE 181st St.
Mr < nd Mrs flyman Krieger,
170.:." \F 5th Ave.. are parents of
the : legroom.
R. >i Max A. Lipschitz. assisted
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Ardmore
MRS. STANLEY KKHGEK
by Cantor Jacob J Renzer. offi-
ciated at the double ring candle-
light ceremony which was followed
by a reception and formal dinner
at the temple.
Following a honeymoon in
Jamaica, the couple will live in
North Miami.
Mrs Kriejjer selected a floor-
length sheath of chantilly lace fea-
turing a white satin chapel-length
train. The fitted bodice was styled
with reembroidercd seed pearls,
bateau neckline and long sleeves
to a wrist point. The two tiered
FHiich illusion bouffant fell from
a headpiece of seed pearls.
Honor attendant was Betsy Zim-
merman. Gaye Taks served as
bridesmaid, and Cath Ann de Rosa
was flower girl.
The bride is a graduate of North
Miami Senior High and attended
Dade County Junior College.
The bridegroom had his brother,
Joel Krieger. as best man and Jef-
frey I). Schussler as usher. A gradu-
ate of Miami Beach High, he has
a degree in business administra-
tion from the University of Miami.
in Puerto R
040 Biarritz
Arrlmon
MRS. STANLEY COlf
will live at
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MRS. IRA SHAPIRO
Shapiro-Rossman
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Benton Shapiro
will make their home at 11 Fiftfc
Ave., New York City, following
honeymoon in Quebec. The former
Barbara Elaine Rossman and Mr.
Shapiro exchanged nuptials vow*
in an evening ceremony Wednes-
day. Nov 24. at the Algiers Hotel
Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated, ani
a reception at the hotel followed.
Parents of the newlyweds ar*
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rossman,
7815 Crespi Blvd. and Dr. an I
Mis Arthur Shapiro. 909 Norman-
dy Dr.
The bride wore a gown of ivory
peatl de soir with Belgian lace ar>
pliqUOl on the sleeves anil skirt
and carried white orchids Her only
attendant was Miss Laura Kaplan.
Mis. Shapiro earned a BA gree at the University of Miami
and attended George Washington
University Graduate School. She
Is a media director for an adver
t:sing firm.
The bridegroom received a B8
degree from Carnegie Institute rf
Technology and served as an offi-
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gineers. He is presently production
editor for Prentice Hall.
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2H. Rabbi Leon Kronish conducted
the high noon ceremony.
\ tiding the couple were Ron-
i le J Hall, maid <>t honor, and
S -.in Hall Barnett Breeskin was
! -t man, ami Jon Prager, usher.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Beach Senior High and attended
I niversity oi Miami She is
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and gran Ida ighter, oi Mr and
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A double ring candlelight cere-
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Lucille Carole Freund. daughter
of Mrs. Estelle Freund, 18638 NE
18th Ave.. and Stanley M. Cole,
son of Louis Cole, of Miami Beach.
Dr. Irving Lehrman was offi-
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wedding held at the Deauville
Hotel was followed by a buffet re-
ception.
Given in marriage by her uncle.
Herman Levine. the bride had her
; sister. Ruth Freund. as maid of
honor.
For the nuptials, carried out in
pink and white. Mrs. Cole wore a
floor-length sheath of ribbonette
featuring a long sleeved jacket and
stand-up peau de soie neckline.
The six-tiered French illusion was
held by a pearl-encrusted bow.
and she carried a cascade of glad-
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The bridegroom had his father.
Louis Cole, as best man. and his
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Mr. Cole has a degree from the
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/HEATER Miami Chapter of
the American Jewish Com-
mit ee held it> Human Relations
\ward dinner Sunday evening at
hi' Dupont Plan Hotel Dr .lo-
Sgfb K. Narot. spiritual leader of
Temple Israel. was honored for
'distinguished service in advanc-
Bg : li oaUM of human ret!
ions." For this special occasion.
Mrs Kan I selected a black satin
,..> ,.n with an oriental pen-
no eiahroidered with ombre sold
ind orange, and trimmed with a
Miss Youngerman
To Wed Dec. 26
Mr Mrs Ui \
%,,;,. il 3000 Prairie
ve.. I emenl
ianna Joy,
: If .
. m nan and
n J Gre< n of shaker
tti nded Miami
I il a
I'niver-
- t> i
K>]
Her fiance .1 1 of the
1 ni\ ersit tfiaml there he
Ian
! as fir^t lieulc-
tuntei In'.
m <>f
is 1
the Miami Board ol B
The wedding will take place
26
deep orange silk fringe.
Mrs Alvin Cassel. whose hus-
band was chairman of the dinner
committee, chose a powder blue
silk crepe formal with a draped
cowl neckline. Greetings wore ex-
tended to dinner guests by Mrs.
Charles H Finkelotein, who chose
a stunning understated pink silk
Crepe BOn. Mis Joseph Free
- chiffon featured royal blue
and forest green asymetrieally-
printed block! of color (Jon a red
brocade in the sheath style with
I matching tailored jacket was
worn in Mrs Robert Macht
BEIGE chiffon over satin with
muted pastel flowers was the
fabric choice of Mrs Maurice
Furman. Her cocktail suit was cut
with the waist skimming jacket
Mrs. Max Shapiro topped her
black peau dc soie sheath with a
white mateles-e douhle-breaeted
coat. The jeweled, orchid-colored,
full-length gown worn by Mrs
Peritx Scheinberg was topped
With a champagne satin coat
Chatting together during the
cocktail party wen' Mrs. Ira Mo
gul and Mrs. Alan Robinson Mr-
Mogul's gown was a white silk
crept- with black diamond -shaped
appliques at the waist. A full-
length shell of silver charcoal
wool knit was worn by Mrs Rob-
inson. A cutaway styled brocade
cut velvet jacket in silver, char
coal and white completed hei en
sc-mble. Black alencon lace with
a waist length cape was Miv Lar-
ry Singer's choice for the evening.
Also seen chatting during the
cocktail hour were Mrs Kay Pels,
In a hhuk crepe gown with a
Linda Sue Berger
Plans Marriage
Rabbi and Mrs Maxwell Berger,
SW Uth Terrace, Miami, an-
1.ounce 'he engagement of their
daughter, Linda sue. to Stanton I)
nson son ol Mr and Mrs
1 Uner Levenaon, ol Pittsburgh,
Pa
Mis- Berger Is presently 1
senior in the School ol Education
the L'niversitj ol Pittsburgh,
her finance 1- completing
: : eS
The bride-elecl is the grand
of Mrs David Rosnick,
Washington, Pa sod M
Mr 1 evenson is the Brand-
il Mi San Gi il of Lakewood
\ .1 and Sam Smith, of Miami
the be father is spin
teal leader of Temple Zamora. of
(Oral Gables.
' \ -
IHISS MARIANNA YOUHCtftMAN
Schwartz, Knee
Engaged Here
Mr si d Mrs Sidney Schwartz..
IMO0 NE 31s1 \\e are announc-
the 1 1 lit ol 'heir daugh-
to Richard Mi-
ta< Ki 1
Parents ol the future bride-
. 00m 1 Mr and Mr- Samuel
Kaee Wtai '" Motel Hollywood,
Ha
ih-- is a 1 raduats ol
\orth M ior Huh and is
m il he: freshman jm ar at Mi-
;ni P. le 1
Her fiance graduated from South
reward High and is studying pro-
ve at the University of Miami.
I is tr, ternity ia Delta Sigma l'hi
Rosenbergs Tell
Daughter's Troth
Mr and Mrs C.erald Rosenberg.
Rill 89th St.. Siirfsuie, have an-
noonaad the enuugement of their
liter. Grita, BO Stephen Witt.
The future bridegroom is the
son of Mr and Mrs. Meyer Witt.
Great Neck. NY
Miss Mishket Will
Wed UM Student
Mr and Mr- Saul I Blake, 2956
-W 26th St.. have announced the
I menl of their daughter, Su
in Ellen Mi-hket, to K .Irrome
Paviis sun of Mr and Mrs Bmlyn
vie- 3361 SW I4tt St
The future bride 1- .1 graduate of
MISS WANCIM SCHWARTZ
Miami Senior High and attended
Wal-h School of Business Science.
The bridegroom-elect is also a
graduate of Miami Senior High, at
tended Pasadena Playhouse in Cal-
ifornia, and is at present a student
at the I niversiU of Miami.
Hi is a member of the U S Ma-
rine Carpi Reserve and belongs to
Alpha F.psilon Kho. national hon-
orarv broadcasters radio, TV and
film fraternity, and Radio TV Film
Guild
^ocm/flc ... ry rove
Continued from Page 1-6
to Y\v. II \
.mil Mr an, of the
Co* 1 ounUng
NWll/
rland al l%sn. near LnaejMM
The 10-ii... 11 will also
Delude a stay al the famed I'al-
[Otol In St Mont/ in ith Mr

imc friends from Ni.i York .
Women's fashion Xpert War
-en Sherwood hosted a dinner
>art> at Chandler s Restaurant in
Surfside to celebrate the opening
- newest First Lad) Dress
hi Worth Ave Palm 1
.
Built tin on hospital patient Wil-
liam i al Gables
s that he is recuperatini

nun Father ol Judge
Milton Friedman and Mr- Ber-
nard Sulla, the patient will BOOB
is ,,t his laugh
let s home 1336 Sorolla Ave
And Rabbi Hyman FisJiman.
spiritual leader of Congregation
Beth KI in West Balm I'.each. is
listed in excellent condition fol-
lowing his bout with surger\ at
the Good Samaritan Hospital.
black and gold brocade jacket:
Mrs. Charles WigderSOO, in a sil-
ver lame -heath with a floral
printed bodice and black peau de
soie stole, and Mrs Me>er lias
kin. in a gown which combined
gold and -hocking pink in a wa-
tercoloi wash on silk

CHAIRMAN of hosts and host
ess, 1 was Mrs. Mel Fnimkes
Her white brocade gown had its
own full-length matching coat
with rhinestone buttons detail
ing the double-breasted front
Mrs Nathan B. Roods emerald
rien satin was from the Orient,
and featured hand-embroidered
kiwalad circlettes. A seafoam
green chiffon with lace inserts it
the waist was worn b> Mrs Mar-
shall Harris Mrs Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, chatting about the Lux
Boutique which she opened with
her niece on Lincoln Road Mall,
chose a French brocade suit in
1 hm.se red and featuring gold
Parkinson foundation
Women's Division of the Park-
inson Foundation will hold its an-
nual gala luncheon un Saturday at
the Deauvillc Hotel at 12:30 p.m.
embroidered ming trees, and a
matching pillbox cocktail hat.
Dancing in the ballroom were
the Albeit II (iro.v-mans For the
occasion, Mrs Grossman selected
a Jeweled emerald green chiffon.
Mrs David llaber's white Alask
an silk cocktail ensemble had a
rhinestone studded bodice A (his
ty pink and gold Indian sari n
used to create the ensemble worn
h> Mrs Michael Mendelson.
Mr- Kddie Cohen, wore a
loim-sloeved imported white lace
sheath. Mrs. Hairy Simonhoff 'a
choice was black chantilly lace
over nude Mrs Leo Ackecman
ataetad a ernirnarl bodice to com
ptement her iced blue satin eve
ning skirt and matching packet
Mrs Eleanor l.ipton. executive
director of the Creator Miami
Chapter of the American Jewish
Committee, was m a forest green
cut velvet Mrs Myron B-hrman
(hose a gold satin cocktail ensem-
ble
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Mr and Mrs David Rosner.
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their 34th year during which they
have operated a variety of resorts.
Dining at the Sterling is strictly
kosher and boasts what the Ros-
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traditional orthodox cuisine." A
Steady mashglach is on the prem-
,se-
Th hotel hat 200 feet of pri-
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swimming pool, cabanas, and
poolside snack bar. There is also
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daily and Sabbath services.
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from yoga exi rcisei to inn,
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turei solaria for men and women
as well a- a masseiu and masseuse.
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R. Narot (seated renter* is honored at a banquet of
:.: Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Committee
I Plata Hotel. Addressing the gcthenr.,.
istein. chaptn president. Mrs. Joseph R. N^rrot
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the function Sunday night.
Beth Moshe Ladies to Meet
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quest f ir i* tter human relatioi
.'- Uluasrj. as i lusive ai complex,
and .i> mysi i ever Dt
Joseph R Narol told banquet
gathering in his h Sunday evi
nlng in Miami
"With all th< teat nd in
Huenc..... reliti in, w 11 h all the
knowledge ol psychology, noclolo
histon we are till ilr-ai
ing wit!: elemei tarj problems
bask needs, >itii fundamental
breakdowns In tbe relationaMp ol
man to man
Dr. Narot was cited by the Mi
ami Chapter of the American
Jewish Committee "for disting-
uifhed service in advancing the
cause of Human relations."
I'll aii .in nf
tlii- i Board ol nors,
an e I i Miami to make the pre-
scntal ion "i .i silver bowl to Ihe
Fern pie Israel spirit ader in
i i lebi ation of Ihe i
Ah in i asset, i .1-1 pres d t of
the A.H'omiii
chairman Mrv Charles II Pinkel
vtcin. current presidi
tines i is by thi
Res. Luther Pi< e di
rector of the
cil of Chun I
Offering dilations to Dr
\'nnt on bell
ere Bishop i. Duncan,
n hlhnp "f '
Diocese ol 5* nth Fli nda. and chair
of Hie Metropolitan Commun
Ity Relations i i liar
rtaon ., lent "f the i>.
He> Trwoiiir.- i; Gibson pastor,
( hrisl Episcopal I hurch, and past
ddent of the local eha
thr National Association for the
\d\anr.ni....... |
David B l lei a past
ilrnt oi the Greater Miami i
(CT of th-' \lliri : || ',.,.-'
mitti
In his acceptance address. Dr.
Narot declared: "It is not easy
to change the patterns of human
behavier upon which we art
nurtured early in our lives.
Words alone will not change hate
into love. Meetings alone will
not turn injustice into justice.
Inventions alone will not trans-
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i allui : -ufi-
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Saul Wieienthal
K.irly morning services on Sat
urday. Dec. 4. at Temple Both Tov
include the Bar Mitzvah of
Saul, son of Mr and Mrs. Ben
Uiezenthal. 6740 SW 6th St.
Saul will chant the Musaf serv
Saul Wieienthal ludilh Prkhasen
Jack WviM Abraham Mansdorf
ice on Friday evening, and will
read the Haftorah the following
week.
" The celebrant is an eighth grade
student at Kinloch Park Junior
High and is interested in baseball
; id football.
Mr and Mrs Wiercnthal will
honor their son at a Kiddush fol-
lowing the ceremony and at a
home reception in the evening.
Judith Prichason
tudith Gail daughter of Mr and
Mrs Donald Prichason, 60185th
51 will be Has Mitzvah at Temple
Ner Tamid on Friday evening,
Pec 3.
- ii eighth grade il
Nautilus Junior i
pie Mi i Tamid Rebi
- i id a memo* i ol the
Teachers ol America Her
is city d ">
.I. i i lebrant it president of
[ntei i diate Young Ju
ib and received the Ten pl< Set
Vward as
in Religious & hi "I
Shabbat will follow the
services On Sunday evening. Dec.
5. a reception will be held at the
Surfside Community Center.

Jack Levin*
Saturday morning services. Dec.
4. at Temple Zion will include the
Bar Mitzvah of Jack Levinc.
Jack is an eighth grade student
at South Miami Junior High and
a candidate for graduation at
Temple Zion.
Mr ami Mrs Murray Levine will
hold a reception and dinner in
honor of their son on Saturday
evening at the Deauville Hotel.
Celebrant's grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs William Lauretz
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Abraham Mansdorf
Abraham Mansdorf. son of Mr.
and Mrs Herman Mansdorf. 326
Collins Ave will become Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday. Dec 4. at Temple
Emanu-El.
Abraham attends eighth grade
a! Ida M Fisher Junior High His
interests include playing the gui-
tar, baseball and football.
The celebrant will be honored at
a reception Saturday evening at
the Royal Hungarian Restaurant.

James Brown
James, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph S. Brown. 6340 Pinotrce
Dr.. will observe his Bar Mitzvah
n Saturday morning. Dec. 4. at
Temple Beth Sholom James is a
student of the Beth Sholom Con-
firmation Class of 5727.
Sheila Ehrent
Sheila, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Ehrens. 1715 SW 17th
Ave.. will become Bas Mitzvah at
late Friday evening services. Dec
3. at Beth David Congregation.
Sheila il an eighth grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High
and attended Beth David Religious
School for seven yean She is ic
tive m the i nited Synag in
"i outh group I Kit side activities in
cludi
A r will be
t the test
Jeffrey Mayers
Jeffrej son of Mr and Mrs
1200 S Gn
.. ;i bei
Bar ices
Bi th David on
4
Jefl ej ai hth gi ade stu-
' nior
ie orches-
lamtt Brawn
ihtila threw
Jeffrey AJoyers
tra. and is active in extra-curri
cula gymnastics
A reception will be held in Jef
frey's honor at home His grand
parents Mr and Mrs Max Mayero
vita and Mrs. Bernard Rozran. will
attend.

Jack Falk
Jack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Falk. of South Miami, will observe
his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morn-
ing, Dec 4th. at Temple Zion.
The celebrant is an eighth grade
student at South Miami Junior
High, and plays the guitar
A dinner reception will be held
in his honor at the Deauville Hotel
Ofl Saturday evening.

Michael Brlmanson
Michael, son of Mr and Mrs.
Nathan Bnmanson. will become
Bar Mitzvah at Beth Moshe Con-
gregation on Saturday. Dec. 4.
An Oneg Shabbat on Friday and
a Kiddush on Saturday will follow
services sponsored by Mr and Mrs
Bnmanson in honor of Michael's
Bar Mitzvah.
The celt arant is a student at the
Beth Moshe Religious School and
attends Wcstview Junior High

Gary Sicherman
Gary, son of Mr and Mrs Gerald
Sicherman, 18930 NW 12th Ave .
will become Bar Mitzvah on Sat
urday morning. Dee 4. il Beth
Torah Congregation.
Gary will be presented with a
Bible on behalf of the Mollie Kaha
ner Sisterhood.
An eighth grade student at Nor
land Junior High School, the cele-
brant also attends the pro con
firmation class at Beth Torah

Jon Speioler
On Saturday. Dec. 4. Jon. son
of Mr. and Mrs Morris SpeigMH*,
will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Tifereth Jacob. Kiddush follow I
Jon is a seventh grade student
at Palm Springs Junior High
School.
Mr and Mrs Speigler are spon-
soring the One- Shabbat following
services on Friday.

Edward Nankin
Edward, son of Mr and Mrs
Franklin J Nankin. 100O-88th St .
will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning, Dec. 4. at Temple Ner
Tamid.
Edward is a student of Nautilus
Junior High and Temple Ner
Tamid Religious Schools He is a
member of the Science Club and
plays trumpet in the School Band
Evan Byer
Kvan Jay. son ot Mr. and Mr
Herbert Byer. will becoir.e Bar
Mitzvah at Young Israel of Great-
,r Miami on Saturday, Dec. 4.
Evan la an eighth grade -tudent
.,t John F Kennedy Junior High
School His hobbies are fishing.
roll and horseback riding
Meeting Tuesday
Beach High PTA
Miami Beach Senior High PTA
will meet on Tuesday. 7 45 p.m.,
in the school auditorium Mrs.
Theodore Kipnis. PTA president,
w ill preside.
Highlighting the program will
be faculty reports on speech and
drama techniques with demonstra-
tion- b> students in extemporane-
ous speech, original oratory, de-
hate, dramatii iiterpretatioo, and
ludglng
Speech director is L Earnest
Bereafa
Musical interlude will per-
formed b> the school orchestra un I
der the direction of Carl Grotan.
Steve Moore i- principal of Miami
Beach Senior High School
Special Representative
Mrs Jennie Feder. active .n nu-
merous civic and social organiza-
tions, has been named a special
representative in the bUSUMSS de-
velopment department of Mercan-
tile National Bank of Miami Beach.
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Joseph P Zuckerman, of <>480
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Zuckerman noted that "the Far
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hom< than usual, mothers
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43 lbs. Fox, who has been
vacationing at the Marseilles
Hotel on Miami Beach, caught
the sailfish from the Mucho K
fishing boat out of Haulover
Dock.
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World Famous
Pianist Dead
LONDON i.ITAi Dame
Myra Hess, the world-famous
Jewish pianist, died here last
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Friday. December 3, 1965 *• l*lslFhrHltr Page 7-A Hebrew Academy Expects 1800 at Jan. 9 1 8 th Anniversary Scholarship Brunch I "Chai Corps" of the ml Hebrew Academy Sunday morning, a meeting of the %  in and steering the Miami Beach anniversary scholarI eonard Rosen and r S Cns S princitline details <>f the hon h will receive special Uion at the SluOacouplc • %  Jan 9 The annual event, which will j, 4 y tribute to Mr. and Mrs. Har•y Genet, Academy founders, it pected to attract a record at•endance of 1,800 prion. musical play, "I Reember in which 63 students Honorary Taps Beach Student At Yeshiva Univ. nent, son of Mr and Ciment, of 1330 Drexel mi Beach, a junior at illege, has heen Initiated rter member of the New Chapter of Alpha Kp •a. the international pre%  %  !• society. Epsilon Delta, estal has chapters at 88 accolli ges throughout the '•anil a membership III persons it sicks to xi i Hence hi premediwill participate, will he one of the In 'blights "i the dinner it is bewritten expressly for the 18th anniversary dinner by Beach orchestra leader Jaques Donnet. His v iti\ Miriam, who is the Vcade my's musical director, i~ play director with Rabbi Cross, the producer. Louis Merwltaer, president, said Wednesday that the Academy's en< rollment of 4H1 students from kinduten through high school is at an all-time record. "Indications are that we can '.to well beyond the 500 mark, hut this scholarship dinner must be successful in order for us to accept all applications for next year." he said. A North Dade branch is now in operation, with two additional grades scheduled to be added next year if the Jan. 9 dinner reaches its goal. Rabbi Gross said. A faculty of 42 serves the main school and its branch. Members of the host commit tees were announced by Rosen and bj Ins co chairmen, .lack A. Can tor and Joseph Cohen. They in elude Joseph Albert, Benjamin Appel. Jerome Bienenfcld, Rubin Blacker, Adolf Blank, Dr. Louis A. I'.iiium. Nathan Darsky, Max Deaku r. Louis DeCoveny, Morns Dub ler and Irvine I-'irtcl. Also Jacob Cut. MornGoldfarb, Joseph Gonsher, Henrj Groudan. Joseph n iffman, flyman, Jaln.in. Milton Kahn. Jacob Kaufman, George Kimmel, Harry Koretzky, Varon S Lauer, David Lippman. "scar Mamber, Henry Penchansky, Julius Rosenstein, Food Fair can save you valuable time by handling your employee and business holiday gift giving. No work or worry for you. We handle everything, including attractive holiday cards; a dozen or thousands. Food Certificates or Merchants Green Stamp Certificates delivered to you where and when you want them. THIS YFAR GIVE FINE FOOD FROM FOOD FAIR. ..LC0ME GIF1 THAT S ALWAYS IN GOOD TASTE. 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Merchandise incl weekends, dinners, toys, and h n furnishin i Mrs Wm. Si ,,I the affair, assisted bj Mrs F'orman. The Committee is i %  i ol M( Leo" • l kl [rving Plat H and Lawrence Wulkan Mrs G< raid Sch artz is ways and means vice president Mrs. Murray ROM nberg is pn dent "i Sisterh I. jack Lubin is president ol Brotherhood, and Mr Eli King is Temple president Rabbi Samuel April is spiritual leader ol congregation. Sol Sandier. J. Terry Schechter, Nathan Schwartz. Jacob Siegel and Dr Matthew Zuckerman. Sunday's meeting, slated for the Max Silverberg dining room, also will hear reports from associate chairmen, B. I. Binder, and Jack S. Popick. Arrangements tor a top national speaker are being completed by national honorary chairman, Elliott Roosevelt, and his co-chairman. Wolfie Cohen "Your Children Want to Know will be the subject ol a talk i>> i>r Sigmund Fogler, former principal ol public schools in New York i it} before Brandeis Zionist District or" Miami Beach. 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Friday, December 3. 1965 •JpHlstntrkflnr Page 11-B R. Narot (seated renter* is honored at a banquet of :.: Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Committee I Plata Hotel. Addressing the gcthenr.,. • %  istein. chaptn president. Mrs. Joseph R. N^rrot iht] looks on. Rear :s Alvin Cassel. who w,:s the function Sunday night. Beth Moshe Ladies to Meet of Beth Moanc | r-1 | plan, w i| |„. .. t | u |.uii b mysi i ever DT Joseph R Narol told %  banquet gathering in his h Sunday evi nlng in Miami "With all th< teat nd in Huenc reliti in, w 11 h all the knowledge ol psychology, noclolo %  histon we are ••till ilr-ai ing wit!: elemei tarj problems bask needs, >itii fundamental breakdowns In tbe relationaMp ol man to man Dr. Narot was cited by the Mi ami Chapter of the American Jewish Committee "for distinguifhed service in advancing the cause of Human relations." I'll aii % %  .in nf tliii Board ol %  nors, an e I i Miami to make the prescntal ion "i .i silver bowl to Ihe Fern pie Israel spirit ader in i i lebi ation of Ihe i Ah in i asset, i .1-1 pres d • t of the A.H'omiii chairman Mrv Charles II Pinkel vtcin. current presidi tines i • is by thi Res. Luther Pi< e di rector of the cil of Chun I Offering dilations to Dr \'nnt on bell ere Bishop i. Duncan, n hlhnp "f • Diocese ol 5* nth Fli nda. and chair of Hie Metropolitan Commun Ity Relations i i liar rtaon ., lent "f the i>. He> Trwoiiir.i; Gibson pastor, ( hrisl Episcopal I hurch, and past ddent of the local eha thr National Association for the \d\anr.ni %  | David B l lei a past ilrnt oi the Greater Miami i (CT of th-' \lliri : %  || ',.,.-' mitti In his acceptance address. Dr. Narot declared: "It is not easy to change the patterns of human behavier upon which we art nurtured early in our lives. Words alone will not change hate into love. Meetings alone will not turn injustice into justice. Inventions alone will not transform slavery into freedom. 'Wc must turn upon tual sicki i eg ever) •nuiiitv • court) |JT* %  oar school .in Lyric Soprano Sings Saturday Nin. i Rei Dial v ill be I • the next conert Satui :; p m .it Ocean litorium Mi Diamond's program will in chide %  omed) and opi ra ,iwell ,i lleb f% md Yi Idish folk MMI •I stem trill be accomp at the piano ... CAFE FRANCAB RESTAURANT AND BLACKAMOOR LOUNGE l§3 ... tlio ultimate in dining cp •' • %  • International cuisine in an atmosphere erf UrwBtional eaafance .., mo ;>n-ed Maura, Lnnrheons, Sunday Buffet We Cater To Private Parlies And l.eivption* free \ie( Parking arbour [ouse smith trr/% i OI.I.INS Wr.Nt I. IN Hsl IIAKIintlt For KeM-riioiA. Phe*e 865-2M-' S*ture"1 33 ttitutions, our human and material n soui i "In all i 1 ri llgion •"•: ilism in seeketter human relations Bj re >n, I do noi m. an onlj thi eds thai men, ni'.. relates one human bei anothi Hoffl the lluir Greati i Miami Chapter to Dr Narot, at "We hi the atom dropped nuclear chargi from way on ;i gj| % %  • r dollar We have conquen d the hj M< al world Rut in thi i human relal still i 'illy back %  %  til %  •• in ilif and Ro< hes I ted the Israi \\ %  f, aga nsl Iron Curtain ian pti s where I cii n %  tin >ur n ai kind "But there are occasional gains." 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Page 10-A % JfcieAf nrrkflrtr Friday. December 3. 1965 i^8'*<3r 5r ,r Solomon Schecter Award for excellence Ynritfe' field of social action was presented at the recently-concluded biennial convention of the United Synagogue of America to Temple Beth Sholom of Satellite Beach. Fla. The award, highest honor conferred by the United Synagogue on a membeT conaregation, is a competitive one and reflects the outstanding work done by the young congregation in the Cape Kennedy area. At the award presentation are (left to right) Harold Stubenhaus, New York City, convention chairman; Henry Rapaport. newly-elected president of the United Synagogue of America; Rabbi Bernard Segal, national executive director; Rabbi Allen Rutchik. of Miami, Region director; Deems Taylor, president, Temple Beth Sholom. of Satellite Beach; Abe Birenbaum, chairman. Awards Committee; Samuel Rothstein, past president; George Maislen. outgoing president. Club Eliminates Religious Bar MADISON ; M The Ma li ard of directors has reversi .mi and ted i" invite a Sup rt .' ist a Jewish fter .i storm t-f protest over I ision ifler mon I i 200 of %  ibt ri sign, protest an I •• 6 H i ton, pn sident of the L'nii IViscons i the cl ib. The board held a ial meeting at which it li* I by-laws on admisson procedures it then invited j • Myron Gordon and Attori %  Sinykin to Join. The board said, in • statement, that it had acted to amend the by-laws so as to provide that any candidate may be admitted by five affirmative votes of the nine directors. In addition, the club, by appropriate action, moved that Justice Myron Gordon and Gordon Sinykin are welcome to join the club if they care to. Two of the board nicml>crs mi ssion for the to men, leading t" ias in tin nd to the > %  ition of Mr Harrington. The rc.H-i.-h"!" was widely believed to Gardner Lists New Associate have been on the basis of tinfad th;it the) were Jews Their applications originally had been MI!>mitted at the urging <'f Collins Ferris, president of the Madison •. and Trusl Company, othi r Madison Club i to dispel I thai the club A number of groups in Madison p sponded to the original 11 tion bj • m< etingi Madison Club The Madison Citj • c :i passi i solution uch mally publicized accounts as Fontainebleau, Eden Hoc. DipV %  %  LidO spa and S<>r rent.. Hot Is Clarki %  n ed with the Si A York Herald Tribune as ler and i i -'<-r. so with the City of Miami Sews Bureau awell awith the Inter American I Vittu nt> on the Interama project. ATTENTION! Jewish Home for the Aged THRIFT SHOP NEEDS YOUR DONATION NOW! "FURNITURE"-"APPUANCES CLOTHING" JEWELRY," He "All Items Tax Deductible" CALL 696-2101 H. B. NOVINSON, C. L. U. & ASSOCIATES CORPORATE and ESTATE PLANNERS SPECIALISTS IN CHARITABLE BEQUESTS 1688 MERIDIAN AVE. Miami Beach, Fla. Suite 1001 PHONE 532-6335 "•ROMPF DAY and MIGHT SERVICE" >i((oi:>mik-!un i IT PLUMBING CONTRACTORS FOR SALES, SERVICE or REPAIRS Phone PL 7-0606 9443 PARKWAY DRIVE MIAMI SHORES, FLA. Just a small revolution! Big Change in... Tempo Filler Ci$.ir cites New Tobacco Blend More Tobacco Taste Histadrut Confab Sets $5 Million Goal for m 66 '-: Continued from Page 1-A Labor Federation, now approach the million. We are satis fied with the resultof the last sel electionwhich also pose new tasks and commitments for Histadrut in meeting and fulfilling them, we count on the continuassistance from devoted friends ami partners like those In Ne York now at >our convention for Labor Israel." President Johnson extended greetings to the convention in a message to Rabbi Jacob J. Weinstein, chairman of the National Committee for Labor Israel. "Over the years," the President said in his message, "Histadrut has played a significant role in helping the people of Israel to advance and achieve a fuller way of life. It has been a guiding force in Israel's remarkable progress in the fields of medical care, vocational training, culture and education. May the future of your enterprise and Histadrut be as productive and as fine of purpose as in the past." I>r stem disclosed, in his an nual report to the delegates, that --li had been raised during the fiscal year ending September Hi), with an additional $L> IMI.) raised by Pioneer Women, the \' omen's Labor Zionist Organisa tion, one of the highest totals in the 41 years of fund raising bj or anization SHOP EARLY...MAIL EARLY n USE ZIP CODE ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON UNION HIGHLAND FRANKLIN MURRAY PLAZA NEWTON FR 3-5581 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Beth David Chief In New Honors At the recent biennial eon.. tion of the United Synagogue of America, Phillip Schiff. a past president of Heth David Congn ation. was elected to the National Council, layman's organization of the Conservative movement The honor comes to Schiff in recognition of "many years of service in the Florida area as a lay leader in many facets of the United Synagogue's activities.'' Most recently, Schiff served as vice president of the Southeast region of the United Synagogue -£ America, where he concentrated on work with the Youth Commission. nthrr chairmanships Schiff has held include beading the Beth David Youth Commission ami the congregation's anual Patrons Dinner Dance which he is chairing : tins year Schiff also ^--i\, mi tie congregation's txiard of diand executive board 18th ISRAEL INDEPENDENCE DAY APRIL 24, 1966! Israel proclaimed the above day as the official Yom Hoatzmouth. A city-wide Israel celebration will take place at Miami Beach Auditorium on April 24th at 8:00 P.M. National and civic leaders will greet the public. Famous artists will create a program befitting the occasion. Jewish organizations are invited to become sponsors of this glorious celebration. Please call the National Farband representative, Mr. Joseph P. 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jdOY. December 3. 1965 lenltHnkrMfotf Page 3 A He Ami Development Dinner Sunday Features Peter Lawford and Gov. Leader rd, brother-in law of .„i, ni John V Kenneear with former Gov ier of Pennsylvanii Synagogue Group To Cite Dr. King evening at the F.nllotpl. b> the Creator Miami | (he Jewish Natinn..l •I program will highlight Ia i k by Gov. Leader, principal ;; k( [ 0 the evening. Proceeds from the Me Ami development Dinner ere earmarked to complete Grtittr Miami s quota for the establishment of a sisttr city on the Jorcanian border of the Jewish State. as the kick-off for .i vi.oo.iHM) in cash or the dinner will alx> f> ;i Miss Florida. Carol runner-up In lha reMiss America beauMiss Blum has prepared i | program for the has i<"in •x ,< n ; '<-vors m behalf <>f the Israel, and has worked the Jewish National the past eight years. In 1956. a large woodland was cedic.i'd in his honor on the % ills surrounding Jerusalem. He • as co-chairman with then Gov. Theodore McKeldin, of Maryand, in the Freedom Forest proecf. who has appeared in irring roles in motion pictui is married to the formtT Ki nnedy. sister of the President Kennedy, and i have four children. Pledges to the drive for $1,000.000 can be made through inscription in the JNF Council Golden Book, according to William Bornstein, local JNF Council president. Bach page m the booh calls for a contribution of $1,000 Copies will be on permanent exhibition m Me Ami, Jerusalem and Greater Miami. Bornstein said that the proceeds ill be used for the construction of roads, schools, parks, playgrounds and utilities in Me Ami, with an eye toward the settlement of I".IKK) resident'there. 'Tart 'if our sister city has already been paved, and a number of buildings have been erected," Bornstein declared, it i< Imped |thai when this drive is completed, the program will bring a successful conclusion to the expansion of Me Ami WIIUAM BORNSTHN Bonn Envoy Seeks Quiz To Clear Nazi Charges Continued from Page 1A quested that the Foreign Ministry in Bonn undertake a "disciplinary procedure" against him, so that he could clear himself completely of charges he had been a member of the Arrow Cross. Dr. Toerock had gone to Bonn to pursue h^ efforts to prove that the charges are untrue. The spokesman for the Bonn Government announced Dr. Toerock's request. Dr Toerock conferred with Foreign Ministry officials in Bonn last week and repeated that he has proof that, during the war. he had held himself aloof from the Nazi Regime, and that he had helped .lews during the war period. He was a Hungarian diplomat accredited to Hitler Berlin during the Nazi regime. He has since become a naturalized German citizen By Special Report Rev Dr. Martin I president of ithern i hristi p %  nee and Not* I I Prize winner, will receive tin and World Peace Award ol th Sj nagogue Council of America, it was announced by Rabbi Seymour J. Cohen ol Chicago, president ol the Council. The Synogogue Council of America is the national coordinating agency for the three major branches of Judaism. Through its constituents, the rabbinical and congregational bodies of Conservative, Orthodox and Reform Judaism, Ihe Synagogue Council represents well over three million American Jew The award will be made to Dr ,• the annual dinner of the Council on Sunday evening, al the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Ni York. •In selecting I >r King to be the recipient of the Judaism and World Trace Award ol the Synagogue il," Rabbi Cohen dei "the Jewish commun.it> expresses its tribute to .i man who < xemplifies qualities of personal courage, responsible leadership and dedication to Prophetic idealHe has inspired people of all races and creeds "ho aspire to greater free dom and dignity JY/V Auxiliary Initiation New members of Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary 330 were initiated last week at American I.om Hall. 1820 Alton ltd. Mrs Daphne Adelman is president, and Mrs. Pauline Lazarus is membership vice president. 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>sge 14-A *k*lsrncrHtor Frid ce V I i b • r i i Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR UAHC Went too Far With the Sex Problem THE UNION OF American Hebrew Congn tiom should prepare itself for meeting a barrage of criticism for embarking on the road of teaching sex knowledge to Jewish youngsters. Its book. "Consecrated Into Me," written by RaSbi Roland B. Gittelson, certainly tells the youngsters of the "facts of life" much more than tone sex books for adults permit themselves to relate. What would practically be considered obscene in other books for teenagers. Ii presented in the UAHC book as anatomy and physiology of :n both males and females Diagrams of male and female sexual i >re illustrated in detail, with no wordminced as to their definitions and how each of them functions Some of the details of the bodily parts and tin descriptions of how they become sexually excited are more frank than in sex magazines. And so is the description of the act of sexual Intercourse. Not to speak of the "reliable"' and "unreliable" methods of preventing pi >. which outlined for the youngsters in full detail a of the parents, who are members of education committi i Reform temples, are already voicing ections to the book, as the author himself admits. He quotes ol the pan tits as stating: "1 am not a prude, but 1 must admit that certain paces of this I ook embarrassed me The e member ol the temple stated pointedly that he wouldn't want his 17-year-old daughter to read those pages Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Against Religious Bias Washington A LTHOUGH the Administration is concentrating on the war again*! poverty and racist prejudice handicapping Negro job-eekers. the IS Department of I.abor has %  greed to act aNo nst religious discrimination n executive levels of employment. In the wake of discussions with •he American Jewish Commit tee, Seen tary of Labor w WilWirtz agreed to take steps .! i n s t residual bias keeping .lews from some top-management posts m p i i \ ate industry and Hirer The Secretary ms • ir that anti-bias laws will be ed. But the Government does not i .-. tluproblem as urgent or top priority The main thrust of nti-bias efl trom •he White House, is linked with the war on poverty. Federal officialagree that the rights of a wish graduate of Harvard Business School, for instance, should be defended However, it I felt that such a qualified and talentee! person can easily lind a (hly-paid job. even though he i irned do i n by some banks and utility corporate The problen. here as •e "exotic" than urgent, more off beat" than crucial. Nevertheless, the Department of I.abor sill use its persuasive inline: to see that laws are enforced linst religious bias as well as acial bigotry in the employment Id. Consideration will be given not only to ^f anti Semitism but also to targets of antiBtn lie and anti Protestant rimination, About two yearago, k taff others of the President's Comon Equal Employment Opi unity informally reveal e d .' the fight against n ligioua me v. ,,s being subto the program against i,i Negro bias The committee had the responsibility for antibias compliance -by Government contractors, until it was transfi II. • to the Labor Department ptember. ton A. Zorn. chairman of the kinerii an J< n ish l ommitCivil Rights Committee, recently complained to Secretary Uirtz against the failure of Fedrams to deal with reliimination in enforcing laws against job bias, particularly at the management level. Mr Zorn stressed that "failure by the Government to exact strict compliance in respect to religion as well as race, etc., can but protect the companies that discriminate from the consequences of such discrimination." Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER Ecumenical Statement Dc pl or J W HAT A BREAK for read, rs when a columnist offer I them a change of pace' And what a break for the columnist when what he would like 1 to say is said so trenchantly that he can step aside and let his superior say it So it was with a statement on the Jewish Schema of the Vatican Council which I am happy to relay to you herewith. The statement Is by Dr. Theodore \. lewis, rabbi of the Progressive S Brooklyn. Dr. Lewis is one of the most stalwart and inspiring chamsacred cause of Judaism Just read what he wrote in reaction to that schema: Thefinal statement of the Ecumenical in the Ji is iquite disturbing, despite i benevolent sentiments The strenuous efal Catholic theologians to eliminate the false and malicious charge of 'deicide,' the chiei cause of the Jewish agony, did not avail. It is ed in words which put to naught oble admonitions addressed to the Chr world. Instead of clearing them, the Jews are indict) n with responsibility for the death of .1' SUS. 'That the .tew ish authorities, and those who wed their lead, pressed for the death of Christ, which the schema pontificaU) proclaims, is -imply not true I categorically deny and reject this — for myself and my fellows Jews — aan unequivocal, shocking distortion of history Re putable Jewish and non Jewish scholars have long ago established that the Romans executed I, and that the Jews, who were a conquered people, had obsolutely nothing whatever to do with bis death The Roman authorities and their followers pressed for the death of Jesus — and not the Jews. •The so-called trial' as set forth in the New Testament is a tissue of contradictions and a travesty on every principle of Jewish jurisprudence It is a theological creation, pure fiction, conceived by men who wen despensl not to offend the Ron -,',., "W therefore made the Jews the scapegoat "As to whom the 'Passi • that is tWd of Jesus should be sttril '-o th f is deeply confused and Involved in irrecLa contradictions if logic a ISOBT? valid, the 'Passion' must be attribaWh, and to Him only. Catholic tl .logy teacUol God ordained that Jesus ,. „ n fc *| to redeem mankind ft '.odaSI his death for the n ,.'"' mv *il the murderer? is not c, -'W'dtiL„l He insisted upon this b J-'IVL I doctrine hold-. wh> In I ^T**l "The assertion thai people of God* is hot .J !" \ ti. syns e its S and ii • n the prim i| "That the ( hurt h anti S • %  ajlta statement. Whj ** %  in the origins • :a and there ideep cl • iwi is a great mj stei : j^J the six million Jews : ,. :i( ^ the recent holocaust '"-i-PBail massacres, and the brul | -.ran the Jews have suffer.': I • .-Mssjad yean at the hand • .. .... c cross is Auschwitz mei to be murder on a ma-; be decried and not COI "Unfortunately evei —: iss.1 duced to the vanishing p. %  < n the donau attacks the Jews t>\ That the;IsrI the most part did not accept the '"."-pel: 'JW [ many opposed its spreadinj Are tl-.ese test-1 ments calculated to re: •. Semitm! I] they promote friendship si good v^-ill farta ] .i. IVB? Does the Vatican hold loyalty tojaaal upon the part of Jews to be %  < heinous saT "it* t Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER Zionism Still Wrestling With Ideology Todaj Jerusalem THE plenary of the Jewish \. em > 'Mi itive, which is de facto the highest governing body of the organized Zionist life, has just concluded its meeting in Jerusalem. At present, there are two Jewi-h Agenc) executives, one in Jerusalem and one in New k, and when the two hold th.ir periodic joint si it is called tinplenum of the executive There are also hosts "f more or less routine matters discussed at such meetings including administrative matters and debates on the annual budget of the \ ency. This time, however, there were several non routine matters discussed. The most important ol which were IS-UCS concerning heightened Zionist activity in the I liaspora. The Zionist movement, ideoloslly and even organizationally, has not yet fully adjusted itself — so many of its leadi rs feel — to what happened In HM8 For the movement dreamed, rked and fought for one central ideal: the establishment of a Jewish State When Israel ti nee two thii occurred: first tluZionistwere at a loss to find an equal!) efin (letre as that of the establishment of the State; and second, suddenly support of and work for Israel became fashionable also among Jews outside the Zionist movement. In the early years of the Statehood an attempt was made t> solve this double problem by a special Charter of status which became one of the fundamental laws of Israel and which granted the Zionist movement the task of representing the Jewish jx-ople in the Diaspora in itefforts on behalf of the upbuilding of Israel Slowly, though not fully, I pattern of new relationships baa D established betwi en Israel and theZionist movement. However, the ideological problem harder t.. be solved sat irily The most obvious aspect of this ideological problem presented Itself not so much in the relationship between the Zionists and larai I ..between the Zionist movement and the large masses of Jews in the Diaspora, particularly in the United states The Zionist movement became a less and less decisive factor in Jewish life. The most crucial problem on Jewish education m the Diaspora today ithe shortage of teai hi rs. The Jewish Agency has established two teachers training inDias| bei I and lh Gold 1the latti t. ... hi : ligious The run .... D of th plenun pansi able %  %  %  '" r -* 1,h three ,,.,,, oblishedinx' ...... -heDiWwa-' the tea. teje i .*!, An. has • turnedli tra, instil b* hi 'IS entire I pansion trainii As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl Vietnam and Limiting Free Speech Y ES IT IS ssential to "contain Red China But with war by the United States as yet unared in Vietnam, the question challei many thinking Amerii %  "Inasmuch a> .. state of emergenc) has not been proclaimed, is it east Dtial to limit f: %  h?" would think, from reading the daily and watching television that this nettle not been seisi i by honorable appi America's current plight. Some of the 35.000 to loo.ooo people who protested I'.s activities in Vietnam in October demonstrations in > cities around (be world were vilified and cursed by i variety of critics A few of these ci re understandably frightened by the prospect of a Chinese thrust t„ eonqui r •od part of the free world. Others were experiencing a quick reflex action against the old looking peopu romp ment of the sea of protestors. Still others wore just devilish activists who want to fight rs on theSide they OppOM The first category — the reasonable opponent! of the pretests — will be found in that 60' percent of Americans who subscribe to faithfully v the "Johnson Concensus" on Vietnam the determination of military CX| *" ^an the U.S has no other course to follow ii !" & fullOl the powerful Senate Foreign ltel.it' bright incidentally, doe, not subscribe l .^lw militar) Nonetheless the supporters i % %  : % % %  %  ne and reasonable and in | .• credit and respect, n w The second group, the people America's Consei William Bud '"nHc* *' D as "slobs Often enough, they lack the meet* think through the controvi ; -> Bl d fact llieir approai h I he third bloc the devilish activists 0bfta lakethat little bl >* bers heckling the marchers on Fifth Avei M 1,U in Vietnam, the) contend They want to immb Hanoi now. the) Will !• among the first to refer to don Johnson's u ,.r But if a d,d.^ — %  Irwi wUHa-tt-txmand t BlUM W l UUU""



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^age 14-B +Jelst ncrktton Friday. December 3. 1965 1 J J l v ) i t y r I \ < Irving Fox, of Holbrook, LI.. .s shown with his prize catch, a 7 ft. 3 in. sailfish weighing 43 lbs. Fox, who has been vacationing at the Marseilles Hotel on Miami Beach, caught the sailfish from the Mucho K fishing boat out of Haulover Dock. World Famous Pianist Dead LONDON — I.ITAI — Dame Myra Hess, the world-famous Jewish pianist, died here last \ eekend at tinage of 75. Gener. ll> regarded as the finest woman pianist of her time, she was a brilliant virtuoso and an interpre in v m isician. She helped many young comaj ing their [>n\ iouslj iwn com | rn in London she children ol k Hess an i ntl Mj nd his %  r i hildn w and • Hebrew Reading Class %  Hi .it tding, led bs ii. 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Page 2-B -Je^tstncrHlair Fridm Beach Hadassah To Open Center For Tourists Here Left to right are Mrs. Yale Levinson. auxiliary president; Mrs. Inez Krensky. Gift Shop chairman; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Fine and daughter. Leslie; Mrs. Leonard L. Abess. wife of Mount Sinai's president; and Samuel Gertner, hospital executive director. New Gift Shop At Mount Sinai Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary's mwlj-enlarged and renovated Gift fchop in the lobby of the hospital was officially opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony last week. The ceremony was followed by a pink champagne party honoring sponsors. Mr and Mrs. A. C. Fine, through whose generosity the shop was both originally created and currently unproved. Flue, a native of Providence. R I., has been a trustee of Mount Sinai since 1951. and is also a member of the hospital's Founders Club He is president of Peerless Mills, Inc In addition to his time and efforts for Mount Sinai, he is reiied locally for his interest in the Jewish Convalescent Home of South Florida, the Jewian Home for the Aged, and Braini.il I'ni\ rrsity The decor of the new shop. 1500 Men's Club Nominating committee of the 1500 Men's Club of Morton Towers will bring in the 1966 slate of officers and board of directors at the next regular meeting slated for Sunday at 9 am Featured speaker will be David M Stein who will discuss his recent travels through Israel. whose proceeds are used for the hospitals School of Practical Nursing, is pale pink, with accents of gray and shocking pink The bouti que items which it features include a range of gifts for patients and general giving. MM Inez Kren-ky. chairman of the shop, and her co-chairman. Mrs I.eon EH. announced that a new i>tal-A- served dailv from i 11 to 4 p.m. A Sunday buffet features international dishes and is %  erved from 11 until 2:30 pm Operators of six other restau rants in Greater Miami — the Chez P e p e. Candlelight, Tradewinds. Lighthouse. Harbour House North and Airport Roof atop Mi ami Internationl Airport, the Sav arin chain has exercised special care to provide a sumptuous new dining place to challenge the most demanding gourmet. ST. Md.. and Mrs Samuel Z. Sakrais, of Dec .^ „ of Miami Beach, chairman tor the Roosevelt ( ||| pjaaj plan, announce an Open I brant House to be held on the morning Ject 'yor join oths unch the *l Pot Roast? HILEY I rtha package -ea-s Kosher Carl I ed Kojfcer Md Parve b, Rabbi Jacob Citen COlLlQO julcq CLHCL FRANKFURTERS "1TD3 PURE BEEF Kjinr^ti Supervision by prom nnt OrthOOo* Rabbi: RJOP Ben Z.o* Ro**nthal *-J two steady Mahgch m pHOnkCUHGBIM %  6INIDA1. Of'ICfli SUNSWEET. PRUNE! ...from SUNNY CALIFORNIA GIT. your family lh Hnma* .. .rr-ripned ar.-i i.pr T=i lMd" Sunwl Ptun. Sald in a hondy. rataorafata IBM DO; and aaal*d again in a toil wiappd box tc keep 0ai -.qr ae* Rich in natuial fruit nutrition., and the natu:=. waj 10 rgik ity C:ulid Koahai and Parve. FOR MEALS AND OUT-OF-PACKAGE NOSHfl HEINZi xgm Nothing goes with a good meal like Tetley Tea! Because Tetter is bright and bracing as the fir.i-.--t. I.. should be—a favorite in Jewish homes since 1837. BULK. BAGS AND INSTANT HEINZ, CREAM Of, CELERY SOUP HEINZ, CONDENSED CREAM OF PEA SOUP HEINZ JGETARIAN VEGETABLE SOUP HEINZj CREAM Of MUSHROOij SOUP Heinz makes kosher soups... as well as kosher beans! F i ^A/IL-NO KOSHER •MVA*O, ILDNOH OOT SALAMI • FRANKFURTERS • CORN CO BEET • BOLOGNA MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phono FR 1-6551 i The endorsement seal is on the labels. You'll find the official* THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERIC i on the labels of six Heinz Soups! On Heinz Vegetarian Beans, too. U" Th. Ko.h.r 9mm Th. ^JS2% Cream of Mushroom (milchig) m.i .. %  .4


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4-A • iVta/cr* ffrrMi**r Friday Pi T h H I n he dn o* Ci de m s v r Si K h( -i M •h fo SI \ i tr n M \ t3 ti •!i ai V C ai D D w V. s fi fi u d a n • ""Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 NX. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MTNDLIN Executive Editor BELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher f 'h* -•h %  ... *•.:• %  • >. In III fi hMi trary F-My i-.r* IW1 fc? n t "gcond-CiiM Pota<* Pld t Miami, F M I • Tm Jil Ann. Am*'can An of EngiihJewtn Newipaci'i. ana the F orea P-et Ann. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area Ono Yea' 15 00 Th- Vei't $'2 00 0-t of Tow" Upon Request Volume 38 Number 49 Friday, December 2. 1965 9 Kislev 5726 Political Handwriting Is on the Wall That Mr. Ben-Gurion conducted •he first Knesset meeting after the Nov. 2 election was a clear s:qn of eifor.s behind-the-scenes to patch up •r.e rift between him and Pr.me Min.ster Eshkol. Many biner things have oeen said during the pest few years, and particularly smce Ben-Gurion :armed his own Rafi list in an attempt to return to office and beat the prevailing Mapai Party. The former Prime Minister's charge this week that MoTxri has oeen plotting against him since 1960 % %  -. to some extent, have basis in fact But it is also the muttering of an ry old man. In light oi hifl sheer s.ccl collapse after the ele^ me of his opponents cc:; ever. :ecd more into It than tl We do not care to join the crowd o have concluded that Ben-Gurion's age and health cue g to show.'' We would, '-•: like to hope that he step | is on the wall. Other area: leaders id to meet it: in our own time Prime Churchill and Chancellor Adencuer em. The :::;! may be bitter to eat. But it moV.es • : :: more difficult to enshrine a person like .on in his notch in history when he •s to obstruct what must be the natural and ultimate course of Israeli affairs without him. This is not to say that Mr. Ben-Gurion .-.as not, indeed, already assumed his proper place in the chronicles of his nation and in the hearts of world Jewry, as well. But it is sad to have to look on at the prospect of a giant among his people compromising his past in order to give voice to his final outer hours. MEW CHINESE COOK I | mm: *'OtMsY MHHV ncvissts *P WQ tmiChiD TO mt SYfAl AJTMr -OT7* Award to Mr. Truman No more apt person could have been chosen by the Zionist Organization for citction tnan former President Harry S. Truman. Mr. Truman will forever have a hallowed place in the spirit of the State of Israel. It was his simple human feeling and undaunted diplomacy that gave quick meaning to the creation of Israei by the United Nations and the victory >ettlement in Palestine achieved on the battlefield in the cause of freeaWithoul van recognition, it to predict even as a matter of h what course Israel would have had to I Beset by tremendous and classic State Dereesurea :e the UN partition, Truman went into a huddle with coni ace and acted firmly on the basis of his decision. The ZOA honor to the former Presider.: derscores this brave leader's determination. .•oughout the world take this opportunto recall the profoundly important role he played in the cause of Israel's independence. Ice an emerging and underpriv•d society. It certainly :s not that. kind of activity the DAIA sees c kind of patronizing attitude, which suggests the ager. fledgling end limited capabilities. In short, the DAlA believes it can well take care of its own affairs. On the other hand, Argentina is one of the important hotbeds of anti-Sem.'.ism In I America, and Jewish organizations in our own country, by now practiced in such matters, believe they can be helpful. Tne recollect.on of the Jewish experience in Germany during the Hitler era is still too tender and pervasive for us to stand aside and not battle the spectre of anti-Semitism with all our know-how wherever it may ar.se. The question simply is: How are American Jewish organizations going about their task? Are they, indeed, as the DAIA suggests, "meddling"? Are they imperious and patronizing? Do they move in and take over? Perhaps the DAIA charae this week is simply a way of alerting our orgenizations operating there that they have forgotten their manners — that despite their best efforts and intentions they are still guests in the house of others. Guests in Argentina It is difficult to assess the feelings of the DAIA, central agency of the Jewish community in Argentina. What the DAIA did this week was to accuse Jewish organizations with "meddling" in Latin American affairs. The Jewish community in Argentina is probably the most developed and most extensive. The DAIA is therefore suggesting that too many U.S. based Jewish oraanization have set their feet on Argentine soil to make an impression there. On the one hand, we can understand the feelings of the DAIA, which would rather not Rights and Privileges The Nczi Party rally in Washinqton used • picable methods in underscoring the per support of our country's action in Viet Nam. All Americans of good will have lor.q gi n accustomed to expect despicable methods from Nazis. Among Cher things we founht a war twenty years ago over precise:ice between us. Nevertheless, it would be well for those who are critical of the Viet Nam operation to examine more closely both the motives and nner in which they express their criticism. It is not that, as a minority, we are particularly vulnerable. It is simply that, as a people practiced in the history of oppression, we should not be quick to deny the needs of others simply because we have become too comfortable. Whatever our motives and manner. George Lincoln Rockwell can never be more than an abomination. Neither must we take on his custom: We must not become abominable by confusing the meaning of freedom by denying our duties as citizens in the name of our rights as citizens. It is one thing to express differences of opinion. This is our privilege as Americans. It is quite another to become un/bedient and even breakers of the law. ithet a right nor a privilege. during the week ,. as by LEO i see it MINDLIN /THEATER ^ tun to honor I uished Th" functi tl the An • •• •• %  • Sad the a\ light from the man who should have had it uni fulled intensity The award to Rabbi Narol • soul in the audience was, from the start pen Let me say at the outset that the work of t i !•!> *'.Ci/ I'mon — all these are at least admirable and breath taking The American Jewish Committee ccrtainh moment of praise to wend its way forward in th< lations. which is the greatest tingle revoluti thing unto itself, changing as the field cha: %  i ir Jewish civil libertarian organizations do. I steep and challenging heights toward mai • hisahation through compassion and iinderstandii AND THIN SOMFTHING SHAMD IT IS FOR these specific characteristicir. th< %  that the local chapter of the honor him — I tthte hienergetic contributi r c h his continuing participatioi [an • %  ; civic organisations in the Greatei %  • %  • Metro Community Ri 1st dent Kennedy in the nation plagued bj : | i • 11sti in I hfort I I'hilip K 1! tti %  of I • %  %  Mr Hofl lews gi\i • %  : ei • mankind Mention the i jni I ; b rn its unsuspi INDtMlC CHAtt ACT IHISTK IN TH£ CASt Of KUHIHISM UR HOFFMAN'S ADDRESS was ^^ si a breakfast m< • I tei several weeks igo bj Di Johi Slaw itive vice president The refi • %  %  %  • of Committeeship where Ecumenism is concert ingly related his experience on the occasion ol I nee with Pope Paul in the Vatican Mr H night related his ,,n So base. 1 am sure. 0th memorable delegation — all sis of them There is no doubting the American Jewish I contribution to the debate attending the '.:,. Jewish statement Hut. good heavens, it cai mittee'i private propertj Others have also mad' if of tte.ilv 1. ind variety 11. When I>r Slaw son visited upon a strai of secrecy c-oncernu.. a m the Vatican achieven • 11 'hat the American Jewish I er ah) away from publicizin a< hievemi Mr Hoffmai such paradox. of the J thai in a very n l I \ ncil Declaral in UK li. Son Christian I the fins K it to t'< the M I nical refer, ncea to him the pn to the oci %  %  %  COm Cr/NG TMf CCNWAL l$SUt INVOtVfO I SUSPECT THAT, wheth. i Miamianj 1 ebrate with I>i Narol are memben • e l liami t hapter of the CoramitU e, oi i • cpected a lecture on the programs ol the AJ j turn< .1 out. instead, to boooi a man life to translate our best human ideals into ... tuimg then had to be, the) would have no| hind at the private meeting preceding the banquet That the purpose of this meeting bled into th< fuse and therefore confuse the citation vs..u and 01 i feel that Mr Hoffman, during thentation, intuitively understood this well ei himself a victim of Committeeship, he was tide oi inown untoward enthusiasm it remsii to clarify the issue when, in ins acceptance, he I that the award was role aa rabbi but ai an active pa •'• n Jewish Committal Di Narol caul I, divorci Continued on Ptgt 15-A I l_ imeioowujaa-u-txmanoine n tUU IUU11ULI %  i



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>ei 3. 1965 +JenlsMorlf several .. Hie Latvian town L r ,i testimony last %  defendant! carried with such •'efficione Jewish redh rvived. The only WrvivOr was Jacob Israeli, then a boy of 11. who was not killed by the Latvian collaborators with the Nazis because a non-Jewish neighbor had hid him The trial is being held in the Latvian capital's huge Palace of Culture and three of the defendants are beinj,' tried in absentia. Latvian Soviet officials charged earlier in the case that Albert Eichelis, former police chief in Rezneke was in West Germany. They also said that Boleslaw Miakowskis, a former Rezneke police office is now in the United States, and that Harold Puntelis, another former Rezneke police officer is now residing in Canada. The court indicated that a verdict was probable on Friday. The three defendantpresent are Josef BasankowoS, a former police officer, Yannis Krasofsky, another former police officer, and Peter Voicuk, former chief of the Rezneke prison. AH three pleaded not guilty, contending that they had no choice but to carry out orders and that they were merely "minor coys" in a machine which they did not control. The prosecution chareed thdt Eichelis gave an order that "not one Jew must remain alive in Rezneke" and that the other five defendants not only carried out that order but took the initiative in murdering Jewish victims. The prosecutor also charged that there was conslusive evidence that th>* defendants -had served the Naz_willingly. BE Goodrich Open 24 Hours & All Day Sunday 5300 N.W. 27th Ave. I I I GRAND OPENING SALE! Mi ami 1 Visit our newest AUTO SERVICE CENTER 8801 Biscayne Blvd. ALL TIRES SALE PRICED AT ALL STORES! SPECIAL VALUE TO FIT MOST CARS! BF Goodrich HIGH PERFORMANCE SILVERTOWN 1966 ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT TIRES BRAND NEW, TOP QUALITY FITS SMALL CARS 700 x 14 LIFETIME WARRANTY PLUS EVERY TIRE IS BACKED BY OUR j ?M Q mm OJARANTEE GUARANTEE Of CUSTOMER SATISFACTION! .- %  %  SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! ECONOMY SPECIAL SLIM LINE WHiTEWALLS NYLON TUBELESS GET LONG MILEAGE AT LOW PRICSSI FITS MEDIUM CARS 775x 14 (r.plocei 750X14 95 20 95 *24 PrKt* plt la* oftd tiff of* yovi tar FITS BIG CARS 820x15 900X15 95 Nj NO MONEY DOWN! EA f^ u ^lir D T s Fl V^.J ENJOY YEAR ROUND SAVINGS AND SPECIAL CREDIT TERMS AT THESE NORTON TIRE STORES: OPIN 74 HOURS OPtN SUNDAYS CENTRAL MIAP 5300 N W 27th Avt 633 8635 DOWNTOWN MIAMI 500 West FIlKltr St. 373 4639 NORTH MIAMI 13360 N V*. 7th Avtnut 681-8541 MIAMI SHORES 8801 6 Klyni B vd. MIAMI BEACH 1454 A, ton Road 538 5331 N. MIAMI BEACH 700 NE 183fdSt. '."iVa" 945-7454 au, tfti >-i SOUTH OAOE 9001 South Dim Hay. 667 7575 HOMESTEAO 30100 So.ilh Fii'e jl Hwy. C H'tt i W. HOLLYWOOD 601' Ho 'ywood Blvd at State Road =7 YU 7-0450 fc+. LAUDERDALI 1830 West Bro.ifd Blvd. J*53136 WEST PALM BEACH 515 So. Dm* TE 2-4181 ^..a. i/ui-jtr irst National Bark building HiuuulvmtumliTiMiTU'inPm^mrmilX



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fewisli Floridian Combining THt UWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WttKLY "Number 49 Miami, Florida, Friday, December 3, 1965 Two Sections Price 2C-r WINGS Bnil K>() Goal Million The • in of N.i boi Israel | oo Km goal Histadrut tional $2,\ ii tadrul t ition. • the over: • .\--ist which will n 1066. acv. Yehoshua • jrut executive will Lit haif of this ffhe National Corneelthe balance, overs ten cateservices, educaUlture, vocational |ln centers, aid to and aid to religii illi I upon all i and Jewish houl the b irionej tor Sp ii.il [l i I on sp >nand cultural • i ommuni| the Histadrut s a c— da ry according al dire* tor. -• i re tan gen m a mesHistadrut I' %  ^ its tenth ary, facing m major nan i and ship of the on Page 10-A Gurion Charges Mapai Schemed Against Him TINOSHUA i tvr freoserer'l report Argentina 's Jews Attack 'Meddling' BUENOS AIRES JTA> Protests against "certain" American organizations "meddling in South American Jewish community life" were reiterated this week at a meeting of the Kehilla, the Buenos Aires Jewish community Gregorio Fainguersch, Kehilla president, said the South American communities would not tolerate meh "interference Earlier this week, Dr. Isaac Goldenberg, president of the DAIA, the representative body of Argentine Jewry, crit cizcd planof the B'nai B'rith Board of Governors, meeting In Washington, to pro vide aid in human relations acti vities in Latin American countries. The B'nai B'rith decision was to Initiate a program of tchniContinued on Page 8-A JERUSALEM (JTA) Former Prime Minister David who had formed Rafi, Ins OAT: Israel Workers List, which won 10 Knessel seats in the i lections i harged this week that l>ifortr.i r c lleagues an le vel eran 1 adi rs "f Mapai had "< on spired" at ainsl him as far back aI960 to oust him from the post of Premier, which he hold at the lime. He made that accusation in the preface to a new book, published over the weekend, entitled "Things As They Real!) Were' The hook. which he wrote, deals with the old Lavon affair and with the events that led up to the spin within Mapai which led to the formation of Rafi At a meeting of his Rafl adherents, Mr Ken Curion said that, with the publication of Ihis volume, he would regard his participation in those events as :i > mg bei n ended. Meanwhile, President Zalman Shaiar summoned Premier Levi Eshkol and formally requested him to form a new Government for Israel as a result of the outcome of the Nov. 2 elections in which the Eshkoi-led Wapai-Achdut Avoda alignment had won 45 seats in the new Knesset. While Mr. Eshkol, as Prime Minister in tin caretaker Government, had been trying since the elections to informally form a coalition Cabinet, it was still not certain whether his hopes of completing the coalition would be fulfilled within a week There were fears that the negotiations toward the building Of the coalition might be prolonged for some months, as conflicting demands were being made by the National Religious Party on the one hand and the Mapam and Independent Ijberal parties on the other hand. All three of the groups had been invited to enter the new coalition. The religious group insists that the new Government support the adoption of a new. strict Sabbath I servance law as well as other Continued on Page 13-A Nazi Rally in Capital In Anti-Semitic Bluster Dii Gets Five Years Synagogue Arson CTRINI \la To intent iration h \ ImplementsIcently promulgated lie Church recwish people will libilitj of ;i Secre aola Cardinal lan of the Vatican's hristlans, and l uiRi Carl!, it was |r this week llion on Jews, pro| %  Paul VI on Ocl the charge of col the Jewish people t Jesus, it also "deImitism te upon all Catholics on Page 6-A LONDON 'JTA. Aobrej Desmond Cadogan 39, tomans the managing director Of a tailor 1 ing firm here owned b) Jews, who reportedly told poli* 6 K n nother was Jewish, was convicted n Old Bailej this week <>f hav' ins set fire to a synagogue, and sentenced to five years' imprison ment. He had pleaded nol guilty. The court found that on Job it. he had brok.-n Into the Palmei Green and Southgate District Synaue. in London, and had set lire to it Police witnesses testified that, immediate!) after the fire bad started, they found him ear the synagogue, carrying an oil can The prosecut ; on also charged that, in Cadogan's home, police found considerable quantities of Nazi literature, including a copy of a book entitled "Hitler Was Right." One detective quoted the man as saying after his arrest that his mother was Jewish and insisting: "So I'm r.ot likely to do a thing like that, am I Cadogan continued to insist be fore the court that he was innocent Continued on Page 5-A WASHINGTON (JTA) An attempt to inject anti-Semitism into public resentment of last week nd March for Peace in Viet Nam was made in the coins,ot demonstrations here organized bj the American Nazi Part) with the support of the Ku Klux Man and the notorious Hell's Angels motor cycle club A Nazi rally near the Capitol building displayed a huge banner reading stand" Up for our Boys in Viet Nam" and featured antiSemitic speakers, some claiming to be ex-servicemen. One ex-Marine denounced the "hooknosed Zionist Jews" as "peace creeps." Attention was called by speakers to the participation of some Jews in the anti-war demonstration. It was pointed out that Sanford Gottlieb, a Jew, was coordinator of the March and that some rabbis participated. Nazi leader George Rockwell was arresteil on disorderly conduct charges as were a number of his "'.storm troopers." Mark I.. Garfinkel, 24. of Philadelphia, was arrested after altercations with the Nazis, as were a number of other lews and non-Jews The arrested numbered 15. All were charged ith disorderly conduct and re I after posting collateral. The anti-peace display included the blaring of racist songs over a loudspeaker system and harangues by Rockwell, his followers, and spokesman for the Ku Klux Klan and the Hell's Angels motorcycle club. A small number of men in military uniforms attended the Nazi rally It attracted several hundred spectators, most of whom appeared shocked by the display of a huge swastika ami flagrant anti-Semitism and racism. IN RED PAPER Bonn Envoy Seeks End To Charges TEL AVIV — (JTA) — Alexan ler Toerock, the West German Embassy counselor who was charged in Hungarian and Is raeli newspapers with having been a member of the Arrow Cross, the Hungarian Nazi Organization in the time of Hitler, returned here last weekend after brief consults tions with Bonn officials over the charges Dr. Toerock said on arrival here that the matter was still under consideration in Bonn. "1 can only repeat that the accusations against me are baseless, They are merely Communist propaganda," he declared Meanwhile it was reported here that Hungarian authorities have turned over to the Israeli Charge d'Affaires In Budapest orig i inal documents about Dr. Toerock The documents have not yet arrived in Jerusalem. Dr. Toerock voluntarily reContinued on Page 3-A ZOA Cites Truman NEW YORK (JTA) Former President Harrj S. Truman, acclaimed Sunday night by the Zionist Organization of America for his contributions to the establishment of Israel, reaffirmed his support of and faith in the Jewish State He emphasized that "the entire Middle East could be transformed into an area of tranquility and prosperity if only the Arab 'states would be willing to embrace Israel Into their orbit." In an address at the ZOA annual dinner, read by Mr. Truman's Continued on Paqe 9-A TO TRAGIC VICTIMS OF NAZISM Criticize Reparations Delay NEW YOKK (JTA) — The West German Government was criticized severely here this week by Dr Nahum Goldman, president of the World Jewish Con i af the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, for seeking to postpone payment of $50,000,000 to Nazi victims "for a year or two." i he victims Involved are mostlj Jew.-, who COUld not file their claims for compensation with the German authorities before October 1953 because they lived in the Soviet Union and other countries hind the Iron Curtain. The West German Parliament decided several months ago to grant them compensation and to make the first tayment of $50,000,000 in 1966 i he West German Finance Minister Rolf Dahlgruen now claims that payment cannot be made beause of "budgetary difficulties" luring 1966. "This is an immoral attempt with regard to the obligations of the West German Government to the Nazi victims," Dr. Goldmann said. He pointed out that the affected Nazi victims have already teen waiting 20 years for compensation. Postponement of payment, he pointed out, could have serious implications for older claimants who might not live to see any compensation. He also criticized the Bonn Continued on Page 15-A



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^age 10-B Mm /./• flbrIdto r Friday. December 3, 1965 r "I n FT Human Relations \ward dinner Sunday evening at hi' Dupont Plan Hotel Dr .loSgfb K. Narot. spiritual leader of Temple Israel. was honored for 'distinguished service in advancBg : li oaUM of human ret! ions." For this special occasion. Mrs Kan I selected a black satin ,..•> ,.n with an oriental penno eiahroidered with ombre sold ind orange, and trimmed with a Miss Youngerman To Wed Dec. 26 Mr Mrs Ui \ %,,;,. il 3000 Prairie ve.. I emenl ianna Joy, : If m nan and n J Gre< n of shaker tti nded Miami I il a I'nivert> i K>] Her fiance .1 1 %  %  of the 1 ni\ ersit tfiaml there he Ian as fir^t lieulctuntei In'. m <>f is 1 the Miami Board ol B The wedding will take place 26 deep orange silk fringe. Mrs Alvin Cassel. whose husband was chairman of the dinner committee, chose a powder blue silk crepe formal with a draped cowl neckline. Greetings wore extended to dinner guests by Mrs. Charles H Finkelotein, who chose a stunning understated pink silk Crepe BOn. Mis Joseph Free chiffon featured royal blue and forest green asymetrieallyprinted block! of color (JON a red brocade in the sheath style with I matching tailored jacket was worn in Mrs Robert Macht B EIGE chiffon over satin with muted pastel flowers was the fabric choice of Mrs Maurice Furman. Her cocktail suit was cut with the waist skimming jacket Mrs. Max Shapiro topped her black peau dc soie sheath with a white mateles-e douhle-breaeted coat. The jeweled, orchid-colored, full-length gown worn by Mrs Peritx Scheinberg was topped With a champagne satin coat Chatting together during the cocktail party wen' Mrs. Ira Mo gul and Mrs. Alan Robinson MrMogul's gown was a white silk creptwith black diamond -shaped appliques at the waist. A fulllength shell of silver charcoal wool knit was worn by Mrs Robinson. A cutaway styled brocade cut velvet jacket in silver, char coal and white completed hei en sc-mble. Black alencon lace with a waist length cape was Miv Larry Singer's choice for the evening. Also seen chatting during the cocktail hour were Mrs Kay Pels, In a hhuk crepe gown with a Linda Sue Berger Plans Marriage Rabbi and Mrs Maxwell Berger, SW Uth Terrace, Miami, an1.ounce 'he engagement of their daughter, Linda sue. to Stanton I) •nson son ol Mr and Mrs 1 Uner Levenaon, ol Pittsburgh, Pa MisBerger Is presently 1 senior in the School ol Education the L'niversitj ol Pittsburgh, • %  her finance 1completing • : : eS The bride-elecl is the grand %  o f Mrs David Rosnick, Washington, Pa sod M Mr 1 evenson is the Brandil Mi San Gi il of Lakewood \ .1 and Sam Smith, of Miami the be father is spin teal leader of Temple Zamora. of (Oral Gables. %  \ %  IHISS MARIANNA YOUHCtftMAN Schwartz, Knee Engaged Here Mr si d Mrs Sidney Schwartz.. IMO0 NE 31s1 \\e are announcthe 1 1 lit ol 'heir daughto Richard Mita< Ki 1 Parents ol the future bride. 00m 1 • Mr and MrSamuel Kaee Wtai '"• %  Motel Hollywood, Ha ih-is a 1 raduats ol \orth M ior Huh and is m il he: freshman JM ar at Mi;ni P. le %  1 Her fiance graduated from South reward High and is studying prove at the University of Miami. I is tr, ternity ia Delta Sigma l'hi Rosenbergs Tell Daughter's Troth Mr and Mrs C.erald Rosenberg. Rill 89th St.. Siirfsuie, have annoonaad the enuugement of their liter. Grita, BO Stephen Witt. The future bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs. Meyer Witt. Great Neck. NY Miss Mishket Will Wed UM Student Mr and MrSaul I Blake, 2956 -W 26th St.. have announced the %  I menl of their daughter, Su in Ellen Mi-hket, to K .Irrome Paviis sun of Mr and Mrs Bmlyn %  vie3361 SW I4tt St The future bride 1.1 graduate of MISS WANCIM SCHWARTZ Miami Senior High and attended Wal-h School of Business Science. The bridegroom-elect is also a graduate of Miami Senior High, at tended Pasadena Playhouse in California, and is at present a student at the I niversiU of Miami. Hi IS a member of the U S Marine Carpi Reserve and belongs to Alpha F.psilon Kho. national honorarv broadcasters radio, TV and film fraternity, and Radio TV Film Guild •^ocm/flc ... ry imc friends from NI.I York Women's fashion •Xpert War -en Sherwood hosted a dinner >art> at Chandler s Restaurant in Surfside to celebrate the opening newest First Lad) Dress HI Worth Ave Palm 1 • Built tin on hospital patient William i al Gables •s that he is recuperatini %  nun Father ol Judge Milton Friedman and MrBernard Sulla, the patient will BOOB is ,,t his •laugh let s home 1336 Sorolla Ave And Rabbi Hyman FisJiman. spiritual leader of Congregation Beth KI in West Balm I'.each. is listed in excellent condition following his bout with surger\ at the Good Samaritan Hospital. black and gold brocade jacket: Mrs. Charles WigderSOO, in a silver lame -heath with a floral printed bodice and black peau de soie stole, and Mrs Me>er lias kin. in a gown which combined gold and -hocking pink in a watercoloi wash on silk • • C HAIRMAN of hosts and host ess, 1 was Mrs. Mel Fnimkes Her white brocade gown had its own full-length matching coat with rhinestone buttons detail ing the double-breasted front Mrs Nathan B. Roods emerald rien satin was from the Orient, and featured hand-embroidered kiwalad circlettes. A seafoam green chiffon with lace inserts it the waist was worn b> Mrs Marshall Harris Mrs Baron de Hirsch Meyer, chatting about the Lux Boutique which she opened with her niece on Lincoln Road Mall, chose a French brocade suit in 1 hm.se red and featuring gold Parkinson foundation Women's Division of the Parkinson Foundation will hold its annual gala luncheon un Saturday at the Deauvillc Hotel at 12:30 p.m. embroidered ming trees, and a matching pillbox cocktail hat. Dancing in the ballroom were the Albeit II (iro.v-mans For the occasion, Mrs Grossman selected a Jeweled emerald green chiffon. Mrs David llaber's white Alask an silk cocktail ensemble had a rhinestone studded bodice A (his ty pink and gold Indian sari n used to create the ensemble worn h> Mrs Michael Mendelson. MrKddie Cohen, wore a loim-sloeved imported white lace sheath. Mrs. Hairy Simonhoff 'a choice was black chantilly lace over nude Mrs Leo Ackecman •ataetad a %  ernirnarl bodice to com ptement her iced blue satin eve ning skirt and matching packet Mrs Eleanor l.ipton. executive director of the Creator Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Committee, was m a forest green cut velvet Mrs Myron B-hrman (hose a gold satin cocktail ensemble Rosner's Sterling Hotel Opens For New Season Here The Sterling Hotel, on the ocean at o7ti7 Collins A\ e Miami Beach, opened this week for its 13th (Bar Mittvah) year. Mr and Mrs David Rosner. owners of the hotel, are marking their 34th year during which they have operated a variety of resorts. Dining at the Sterling is strictly kosher and boasts what the Rosnera boHeve to be "the Dnest in traditional orthodox cuisine." A Steady mashglach is on the prem,seTh hotel hat 200 feet of private, sandy beach, a* well at a swimming pool, cabanas, and poolside snack bar. There is also a synagogue on the premises for daily and Sabbath services. The hotels 150 rooms all have television and radio and are centrally air-conditioned and heated \ s leial directress plans daUj livities at the hotel, which rai from yoga exi rcisei to inn, :.iid recitals In addition the Sterling fl turei solaria for men and women as well aa masseiu and masseuse. Ucording to the it u Sterling was the Brat modern hotel hurlding renatnu \m\ for the sole purpose o| operating; in the traditional orthodox manner WAYS TO LOOK AT YOUR MONEY! GOOD! ALWAYS AVAILABLE Any way you look at it, your money does more ... lor you and your family ... when it is earning dividends and protected against loss in a MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL PASSBOOK! We make no charge to transfer your funds to Miami Beach Federal from anywhere in the U S a. Our Resources exceed $21 $.000 000 ~%0*tr of^krift U'i MIAMI BEACHl • AVIMOS .-. IM> MAIN OFFICE llacala. >••< Mali at Watklnitan # SSAKCH OFFICES 711 NathUitan *„.. 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Page 12-A #, &f &f • # n-rrHltr Friday. December 3, 191 • 1..1 o • %  • C )f2ekejioits S>crsices ^jlii* Weekend AGUDATM ACHIM. Lombardy HvMl, 6306 CoMmr. Ave OrthodOK ly Ti |i.m Sfttur %  • AHAVAT SHALOM CONOHEGA TION. 985 SW 67th Ave Oorthodo*. Cantor Israel Ktnhner. I Mker. How *rii Dixon v %  • i had m : l Plortda Top. ,. Civil Lib< n in.I • • .' w i — • — AOUDATH ISRAEL 7B01 Carlyle Ave Orthodox. Rabin Isaac Ever Pi .. Saturday BH a.m Ra-bM Over wsil liuuifi armona on th* s llv GeouPieaTH TFILAM l.lentlfk.ni.-n and lnt rwr >up Ri >•• i m *ajnlnal on I Kurt I. in> th.-.rv i .!• a ; -l.-iiii> 3ETH TORAH. 164th St. andiNE 11*' ulhroan "'i f ii" • i> in Hi. 4* CANDIELIGHTING TIME 9 Kislev — 5:09 pan. %  % %  %  %  '"' BvttAa?r**;ue\" Siturl;* S IS I 35 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky i-L America lark i: i 1*5I • r M • ETM DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor William W. Lipaon. • r. p in •%  n • My s--ii Mj Skin A Tnwfc i %  >-• • %  MiH-.iki: ntltj Baa Mttsi ah iuhti r "f Mi and Mr* >' %  • I nan! %  • %  • van v Mm l%  MM %  %  M a % %  in JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITV SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave Oitnodox H.ibbi Tibor H Stern. I %  la) %  %  < > '' "' S, mon Wh< n llmth. m M II i' %  %  a KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield Cantor Abraham Sell. i -,,i.,, -, p in .<..i irda) I M> i m Be n i lui i.i.i.i. r %  aJ LUBAVITCHER MiNVAN. BOO Waah ington Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Abra ham Korl. Cantor Ernett Field. • MIAMI BEACH ET2 CHAIM 15*1 Washington Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeid. PLE TIFERETH JACOB Ml E 4th Av. CotlH at if Rabbi Maurice Klein. .1 Ion si Mi a TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 Z.imor.t Ave Conservative Rabbi Maxwell Ber ger Cantor Ben Dickson %  Portion ..: the W • • s. i in. >li TEMPLE ZION 8000 Miller Rd. Con-I ISRAEL BSOO N •%  Ave. C v\ • ,. : ri i VOUNO ISRAEL 990 NE 171st St Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber %  ., ,lo p.m. tatui .,,..„ ii., in ..ii in.l Cha • i in Ave. Conservative Rabbi Max Lip sch'tr. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 10 and l-li P •" Hal "'• u ^' %  i m f..i' Mil?-. ..h Uarj • "' • M, ,,,.1 \l • : %  -.. I -1 (Urherman Mln OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. !.., 15 i> II BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. dox. Rabb. Solomon Schiff. Ortho. i u BETH ISRAEL "70 40th St. dox R.itiBi Derr Wein M OrthoBETM JACOB 30' Waah ngton Ave Orthodon Rabbi Shn Swirsky C.intor Vai.nce Vamches. • BETH KODESH 1101 SV\ 12th *ve Modern Tridil mat. Raft Ma Shapiro Cantor Benjamin Bm-Ari. M i i. %  H'ln-tr BETH MOSHE COVCREGAT • j w D i M wj Cons Rabbi ( Seymour Hinkes. %  %  I B-NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Jack Lerner. m ,.. •. ;:. p m l>V s-.i.i. itl mon "i:..il-l-—•>! the B. Ilei W la; in Mln< ha • CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF Ml. AMI. 1242 Washington Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Roxencveig FLAGLTR • CRANADA. K NW 51st Pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenteio. Cantor Georqe Golobe'o. Orthodox, man. R.ibbi Phmeas Weber. SEPHARDIC JEW.SH CENTER. B46 Collins Av. Rev Cantor Sadi Nahmiaa. M .. .'. p in > .'.ii ., in >. rmon Je> and HH • SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 1120 Miami hardens Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Louis Goodman. ,. N >• n %  v \ %  FT LAL DERDAL E E S Andrew! A. Ri i Alexander s G' t %  HOLLYWO^ %  %  •PLE NA| "W Johnson St C • DJ o Cantor YelMr • HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER 8tn St. Homestead c.-se. vat v• ISRAELI'E CENTER. 1171 SW 25th St Cor II -e. Cantor L Cohen. i J S Kr o & 0 Miami niatorm %  %  : ... J.IF cl L I T %  • ItM-'Lt UllM EL Of MOLL" tvtalJtJ. i1 s .!. %  -*. • rsa>l r\... Mmull JUr %  %  1 SYNOPSIS OF PORTION THE WEEK VAYETZE "And he dreamed, and behold a ladder set up on the earth. and the top of it reached to h MV.-II and behold the %  ngeU of God ascending and descending on if (Gen. 28.12). VAY^ETZE — 6n his way to llaran. Jacob lay down to rost at a place where God appeared to him in a dream, promising to be with him and to give the land to him and his Med after him Rising the next moriiin. Jacob lifted the stone in which he had slept and set it up as a pillar He called the place Beth El, meaning House of God. and vowed to serve God there when he returned to his fathers house The l.ord would be his God In llaran. Jacob worked twentj years as a shepherd for Laban — seven years for his first wife, Leah, seem years for his second wife. Rachel, and si\ yean for the sheep His wives gave him their maid servants, Bilhah and Zilpah as wive* Jacob's four wives bore him 11 sons. Reuben, Simon. I.evi. Judah. Han Naphtali, Wad. Asher, Issachar, Zebulum, and Joseph Mr also had one da ighter named Dinah At .>ni direction. Jacob returned home to his father's house On the way, he met the angi is ni God This recounting of fha Weekly Portion of the Law is •*• traded, and based upon "The Graph. c History of the Jewish Heritage edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher II Shengoid, and the volume is available at 27 William S-. New York 5, NY. President of tlie socie'y distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang. THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT ?* Hi V tiki '* %  it I %  I ah I I %  I 1 ai l • • -| >, %  • d Genius of To Adapt the Jews: to Change By RABBI RICHARD LEVITON Ft. Lauderdale Emanu-EI tK PLE BfcTH SMiHAM 7^.00 SW n J: naconsi I n Mol is Snop. %  titli \ayct/f ah porti Hebrew Lesson t BB •• TEVPLE BtTH bhOLEV Of Molly. wood Monro* t>i i •i M.li** >K, k. r ; .,t • L Bl rH SHOLC Avr i. | C if. L>JVI0 Cjnviicr. -5 4.0 ~ :' 3 -;~ z;" : •r--—•• • %  a .... | I • Can! i. %  v— — • %  — 4 6Jj( s;-. ... — ~" — p~ :n • 1 nz r "i s -c- K"l :•33" T T w w — ~ ~~ Q -YsZ \ I if our ancient i o ri!. Inc.I in a .mi %  %  n s. 0] %  M dii m %  %  • w i I lo Iwell, %  i I M here Ja ind hmli an v h> eah wi first One also ha I > p cases tun. .i wif< Ja .Mirk' : I'll M > Ml yi .ii s ,ind th' another n \ en yean lo secure R chel political was quil ii' ;: DID our own Ii %  I • %  • II BfSbi Irvifon ."• "^.NH TEMPLE EMANUEL 1701 Wishing. Xon Ave CJ^T.JII.F R it i,i irv.fig Lennnan Cantor Zvi Ad'rr • I D7W "-• ii w %  w _j I evil ... s __..,-j, r —.:: v-The Great March ii %  : %  ill. i-volul -i ired II %  'i .-! %  thiiii • • I %  I'I.I times Judaism roots ir* cient Beliefs an I pi at tici ha\S the most ei igh thru father The • %  message of the Torah '"inX TEMPLE SRAEL or ER MI ,; "••'" %  '''' lorhiddinj iMc'-i h:nl Bible ihsame human trndei •tn -„t Reform Rjboi mil j ited II ;iloi sjood and evil W -•'• ,v hi for the hand in our week!) readings, w< :. st in our ow n I in the in • ol othei I I enee ai Ihi K I I %  i %  Different Customs in Jacob's day, marriage with the famil) circle was an ai 11 ptable thing Jacob man ied his 11 ah and Rachel Before Abraham married Sarah, his I .it two daughters i on %  i %  1 amilDm with a -"aw %  %  %  Published by Brit Ivrit OUmit and iVvi tonat Foundation a %  %  %  Refcm R-i My Cart Genius of Iv. %  %  % 



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Friday. December 3. 1965 -JewistifhrkMcui H Cc-'inued from Preceding Pag Bun. i Jav Cook on Saturday nigl KL OI Simon April officiated at the ptials held at the Biscayne Terr, e Hotel, where a reception and nner followed. 1'; • nts of the newly weds are Mr. I id Mrs. Jack Kandel. 5827 SW ..id Ter.. and Mr. and Mrs Nathan Cook. 2064 SW 22nd Ter. Attending the couple were Donnr. Hochstadt and Ann Fernanda L laid and matron of honor; Mrs T'nis (apian and Sharon CapIan. ande-iinaiils; I.inda Joyce Ft rr, :idez. flower girl. Henry CapIan .". rved as lust man. and Tony FerM idez and Fred Kandel as : %  % %  -men No in business with his father. Mr %  >ok i< a graduate of Miami Senii High His bride is also a fractal le Of Miami Senior High and attended Miami Dado Junior Coll. e Or heir return from a wedding trip | • the Bahamas, the couple will e at +410 w Flagler St Krieger-Potemkin I chan. of Beth Torah was the .-.:tinu lor the pink and red wed* g of Frances Rose Potemkin i ii Stanley Leonard krieger on S.'jrday. Nov. 27. The bride is the ighter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray 1 itemkin, 610 NE 181st St. Mr < nd Mrs flyman Krieger, 170.:." \F 5th Ave.. are parents of the : legroom. R. >i Max A. Lipschitz. assisted Page 9-fr %  Ardmore MRS. STANLEY KKHGEK by Cantor Jacob J Renzer. officiated at the double ring candlelight ceremony which was followed by a reception and formal dinner at the temple. Following a honeymoon in Jamaica, the couple will live in North Miami. Mrs Kriejjer selected a floorlength sheath of chantilly lace featuring a white satin chapel-length train. The fitted bodice was styled with reembroidercd seed pearls, bateau neckline and long sleeves to a wrist point. The two tiered FHiich illusion bouffant fell from a headpiece of seed pearls. Honor attendant was Betsy Zimmerman. Gaye Taks served as bridesmaid, and Cath Ann de Rosa was flower girl. The bride is a graduate of North Miami Senior High and attended Dade County Junior College. The bridegroom had his brother, Joel Krieger. as best man and Jeffrey I). Schussler as usher. A graduate of Miami Beach High, he has a degree in business administration from the University of Miami. in Puerto R 040 Biarritz Arrlmon MRS. STANLEY COlf will live at i ner-Kahn MRS. IRA SHAPIRO Shapiro-Rossman Mr. and Mrs. Ira Benton Shapiro will make their home at 11 Fiftfc Ave., New York City, following %  honeymoon in Quebec. The former Barbara Elaine Rossman and Mr. Shapiro exchanged nuptials vow* in an evening ceremony Wednesday. Nov 24. at the Algiers Hotel Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated, ani a reception at the hotel followed. Parents of the newlyweds ar* Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rossman, 7815 Crespi Blvd. and Dr. an I Mis Arthur Shapiro. 909 Normandy Dr. The bride wore a gown of ivory peatl de soir with Belgian lace ar> pliqUOl on the sleeves anil skirt and carried white orchids Her only attendant was Miss Laura Kaplan. Mis. Shapiro earned a BA t honor, and S -.in Hall Barnett Breeskin was %  • -t man, ami Jon Prager, usher. The bride is a graduate of Miami Beach Senior High and attended I niversity oi Miami She is tl .• daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph K Hall. 1655 Daytonia lid and gran Ida ighter, oi Mr and Mrs Ralph Hershcopf, of Long Beach, W Son oi Mis. Barnett Breeskin. \ ton lid and the late Morris J Goldin the bridegroom is a %  • of Miami Beai h Senior li li and attended New York I'm versit) lb' is a member ol Alpha Kappa I'M. prop ->:onal business an I is presently asso ii ', .1 with a Miami bank newlyweds will honeymoon Cole-Freund A double ring candlelight ceremony on Sunday, Nov. 28. united Lucille Carole Freund. daughter of Mrs. Estelle Freund, 18638 NE 18th Ave.. and Stanley M. Cole, son of Louis Cole, of Miami Beach. Dr. Irving Lehrman was officiating rabbi, and the one o'clock wedding held at the Deauville Hotel was followed by a buffet reception. Given in marriage by her uncle. Herman Levine. the bride had her ; sister. Ruth Freund. as maid of honor. For the nuptials, carried out in pink and white. Mrs. Cole wore a floor-length sheath of ribbonette featuring a long sleeved jacket and stand-up peau de soie neckline. The six-tiered French illusion was held by a pearl-encrusted bow. and she carried a cascade of gladiolas. The bridegroom had his father. Louis Cole, as best man. and his brother. Robert Cole, and Harry Susskind as ushers. Mr. Cole has a degree from the University of Florida and is a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi. social fraternity, PI Sigma Epsilon and Delta Sigma Pi. business honoraries, His bride is a graduate of North '•' ",n Sen,or High, attended the University of Florida and earned i degree in fashion design from Miami Dade Junior College Spending their honeymoon in Jamaica, the newlyweds plan to live in Miami Beach. Radiant brides look more radiant VIST* b y E. Men Becker!* $115 (complete) for their cherished Wedding Album in living color. (Bar AAitzvahs also). 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=cge 4-B +Je isf fkr&tor Friday Decent Woman of Year Luncheon Plans Progress Here Mn Irmnrml S. t \Ko~zz. of the Veer. :o ze r.cnorec oa Dae IC by *--.e Grecrte: *•'.:—; Wor.er. s ;: t.-.e American "r.er.-s :: the ::?::ew UnhrereJry — eets with Mn Jacob Rifrin 3 toundei ;: (he Her:?-*Unreereity and M -_s fjkiwr fint pretataenl at the women'* group to finnhae r.^r^ :o: the hancbeoa which wiD be r*:er.aec by rr.cre them Pioneer Women In Varied Events i •ay 7 30 M %  %  %  %  I ha • %  • %  arked for Child i I ind. %  • xia Meir Cha: -neet on Inesday n it Park Lam Temple Zion Maps Carnival A three-da> carnival of fun and •nil be held on the grounds Temple Zion 80 Rd. • Dec 4 >ponsored I ood. the 1 • •a 0 -. second a • ( the terr.pie WlD feature boothi fan refreshcake b" %  iO be ir-:r.g at p Si Booth* n Abrac-on%  %  %  n of %  peak Ia> Dee ant < bainnan retting %  waker Pkilip Wei InvoB by Mrs Hubert and Mrs Frances Pa • • • • inlent of the Bebj I• Club, will conduct a regular meeting on Wedoeadajr, at U p m in the Washington Federal. 1133 Normandy Dr Dr Ceha Dalll speak on "Current Eva and a social hour will follow Max Goldscheid. memberchairman, will e: members at her r 8040 Tatum rway with a tea at 1 pm on Mondav Dec 13 Aa %  F:: :a> Ih am m apart :< F TV.; Greater Mia Of the Amen car. Fr Hebrew %  committee for the -e Year Luncheon to for the The luncheon is scheduled Dec at the Fontainebleau. •ill honor Mrs Samuel Sin hoff as Woman of the Year in j-.:tanan taikaj the cause of i peace through her efforts on behalf of such ins'.tutio* ieanunt as the Hebrew I Jerusalem Zamora Rabbi To be Honored i >ff:ctrs and mei I Temple ra Gable* ire h >norBer temple Among noU he wiD pay arv Earl %  %  • %  H and M j • %  .-tea %  I %  \OC" itk the S (.'hairman of the luncheon. Mrs Ir\ing Lehrman. ha* announced that committee chairmen include Mn Ann Melnick. arrangem* Kmil Fnedlander. program. Mrs Oida C Rubin. -.'•Mr* \ Epstein, decorations-. Harry Hat .ff. r M-rvatioru. Mn Inez Krenekj honored According to Mrs. Anna Brenner Hi en awards chairman. Dr Ber nard Chemck. vice president of the Hebrew University, will attend luncheon and make the prevents of an illuminated scroll prepared for Mrs Simonhoff with the atures of presidents of the rj and The American Fnends of the Hebrew •> v teaeei for the Woman B will be the menu. Weanenofth. American F : %  •_ „','•* Trio Ejected to Eli Hurw • Dade Count; ida Accountar.s • %  Clifford C I rector •>'. I that Jam-ert H Wh. aid Tedd CP.V ha.. %  -• •;ip *enberslHi of tail '" &f n or. Pbbe I •-nounoej %  ''* tri B | %  UJ %  I Social Club At Beth El er 10 ned t-d Beth E! Social >re pta Bra.'f 5 %  ta r>. Mrs al ai Sat rday and 11] on*. %  "• Emanu-EI Has Social Meeting Kmanu El hold tt ..--mi-annual social meeting and dance on Sunday ereninfl M net Betel an is president of e F.manu El Winner* of the Temple Sister hood trip ticket project, a k trip to Europe uere Mr and tin Jack S Popick Special feature of the evening •:on directed b> %  entitled, "it nor— Bittersweet Participat in the profran % %  Rocky Pomerance. Mrs Jack S I opick. Leo Rokeach and 0 J raueh Musical ac par. Ben Ball PRESTIGE OFFICE SUITE I T (iKllirf O-'ftCM. %*9tW*t I c***> r—m Wtet aelu^ %  imrpttimi uri T^^A^A*^*r*^*Nr^*^^^T^^^^^T%T%^^^^T^^^^^WWWWWM SERVE NEW MCThcfjS' GEFILTE FISH 5 larje aerbees w each can • -,-.: eitti • riwe end l ? %  : • -j. ->9 10 •o'dmnef* ou' 10 portion can ) 9 PARK -SEE 1 %  EVBn N 530 ddan \\lr.k tinp imported irin toast the holiday* Roya! de Ne.. e P^se C a sr • ">e ~rx>rrea fron France l~tft '• "?s deni n % Cot %  i^DCXte-d • 15.00 9 COD i rw**^A'V MUTUAL FUNDS AS CHANUXAH GIFTS What berr way o making this Chanukah a • v* 1 "* able one for members of your family friendmd bu*'" associates than by giving them n oppo'tun h sh '' Americas future by giving them mutua • -" d 4h "'' Wi'h continuing d-vidends of varying sue aP*J* growth of income and principal through the yean > your family and friends will remember and --y k v £ and over again about your thoughtfulness H I ChM"* They will be forever appreciative Let us • ,ou ?bout mutual funds, their risks and costs a-d rhtk H* 0 advantage as gifts this Chanukah Please write or ca'l for a free Proso->c'us DALEN INVESTMENTS & FUNDS Ph 373-7697 mo* Bay-Bee Die-Dee Diaper Service Cfirj MIAMI'S HIST An Exclusive laundry for Diapers and Bab* Clo^ I 2111 NW 10th AVENUE Phone FR Mam ^ott cauune od witn a



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w December 3, 1965 +Jewlst ncrtflon Page 3-B f Phi Sig Alums In Fashion Show Miami Alumnae Chapter "f Phi a will hold its Kith annual fashion show on Saturday, Dec. 11, 15 p m ;it the Fontaincbleau Hotel. All proceeds will be donated as collei %  scholarships for students in the Young Scientists Research Proj ram. Models for the show will be representativos from the 13 sororitic;it the University of Miami. The girls will wear furs and lash ions fioin Jordan Marsh and will compete for the title, •Model of the Year." Phi Sigma Sigma, which ha awarded eifdit scholarships to students in tin 1 Daile L'oun' school system, plans to present this year's scholarship at the close of the current school year Mrs Stephen Robbins, Perrine, is president <>i the lot ;il group. The Young Scientists' Res Program has received national acclaim as a means ol enabling outstanding students to do advanced scientific research. The I. inated bj Dr. Mil ton Saalow, director >>f research and i pid< olo > for thDade County Health Department, and is now sponaon d bj the I unty schools under the direction ol Mrs Harriet Khrhard. special science teacher. : a recent luncheon of the Alpha Omega Ladies' Auxiliary, teeter Miami Chapter, are (left to right Mrs. Gerald WerHyman Levine, Mrs. Morton Rosenbluth, presiH. Franklin Williams and Mrs. Paul Richman. cms, vice president of the Planned Parenthood Asie. was guest speaker. Alpha Omega is the na[ i fraternity which, among its many projects supHebrew University Dental School at Jerusalem and lildren'a Hospital Dental Clinic in Miami. Montmartre is Refurbished Ri furbishing of the Montmartre Hotel'300 rooms will lie coin pieted about Hoc. 15. according to Sterling LaVine, managing direc tor of the ocean front hostelry at 4775 Collins Ave LaVine said that there would bo new French Provincial furniture, installation of remote control television and addition ot refrigeration units in all rooms.—S T t KOSHER MORMSON^SCHIFF "THE GOOD FRANKFURT" HERMAN PEARL BILL LADIMER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 531-6811 borah Plans (onthly Meeting Miami Chapter of DeId its monthly meet• lay at the Barcelona are being made for uil Tan Day to be held on Doc. 29. Proceeds %  free, non-sectarian DeHospital in Browns Mills. dio>e main efforts are to heart surgery and .( %  -.. is Mrs. Mildred Aus\VA Family Dinner fcwish War Veterans Ladies' -• 682 will hold a hettj dinner on Sunday. im 4 to 7 p.m., at I'ni• of reservations is Saporitissimi!... Kjivsliinakste! ...The tastiest! • you describe it la ish or English — • ^p.^ghctti dinner I Boy-Ar-Deoisjoat 1 the tastiest this side of M. .no! CHEF BOY-AR-DIE* Spaghetti Dinner s^igbsattl Dinner Complete In this one package! *•• • Pagh.nl | ,oto. H.. "d add auih.nllc Italian Mutfe',"" Sot. Top with Ion of 'Py ch..„. Eoy, quick, g.ih"''• %  hmobuonoI Cottl nl •bovl M pa, M ,v|ng. GOOD THINGS IN LIFE Bagels...and Good Coffee No taste in the world satisfies like a bakery fresh bagel...and a cheering cup of Maxwell House coffee. Both are constant, unchanging and matchless in the joy they give-each in its own, a traditional favorite in Jewish homes. MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT OR REGULAR Good to the Last Drop! INSTAH1 MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEf iXWEU HOUSE K mini Kosher. Under iuiervitU* el Rabbis Hertch Kohn and Bernard Levy.



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fc :965 knitUfkrldfon Page 13-A IWill jtsky a founder %  board of be honowd %  rl Dinner <>f boning at the present the HI Honor to bseph Rasiel, 1 ami member %  c Corps., who aConsul for the award, Laboviti said tehly deservas Murray A. will known i. will provide of entertained as a star on fcrams and has lion as one of •i.sh American inc as dinner the committee are Col anil irns. chairmen Hosts. AT LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES Temple Beth Am to Mark Decade; Rabbi Baumgard Will be Honored servations are Mr. and Mrs, Lewis Gillis, with Mr. and Mrs. .lack Gunther in charge of the charter families Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Simmons will write a brief history oi the congregation. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. of Temple Ner Tamid, congratulates Maurice L. Zaretsky. who will be the recipient ol the State ol Israel Award of Honor at the Ner Tamid Israel Dinner of State at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Ben-Gurion Says Mapai Conspired Against Him %  enins Tost 330 HB': and card m Federal. 1234 m Saturday at are Mrs Min Ceil Rochwarg w-*jiMES BORROW Sloukts i what word* innotl nn SYMPATHY Mrkl > AMWIikRl HJ4SH MIAMI BEACH S32-3361 JlABlES B423 HOUVI | FT LAUOERDAIE FR 1-7398 Continued from Pagt 1-A (trinaent legislation that would strengthen religious influence. %  tapam and the Independent Liberals, however, demand that, at the very hast, the less strict reigious practice laws in existence rrior i" the elections be maintained Police moved on Sunday to prevent entry into Jerusalem of some 40 cars bearing placards protesting the agreement between Jerusalem Mayor-elect TheoHore Kollek and Jerusalem's municipal religious Marchbein-Marbiny's Sack From Tour In California and Mexico fessor and Mine March lxin Mai bun tenor and soprano Stars formerly of l.a Scala Opera, hack in Miami from a most sue cessful concert and cantonal tour are accepting engagements for concerts, functions and stu dents in Voice-CUltUre music, repertoire and languages Phone: 538-1952 oi write P.O Box 235. Miami Beach. Fla. 3313!! adv. party leaders to restrict traffic in Jerusalem during the Sabbath. Although only a few score of ultra-Orthodox zealots assembled at the city's entrance in anticipation of the protest cavalcade. police said they had been tipped off thai large numbers were ready to launch attacks on the motorists. Police oiii, ials said they banned the cavalcade to prevenl disturb ance ol the peace Later, the drivrs were allowed to move their into the citj in They assembled in front ol the Na mal M iseum, of which the klayor-elect is chairman, to hold a pint. 'si rally. on Friday evening and Saturdaj Temple Beth Am will celebrate its tenth anniversary. Kahhi Herbert M. Baumgard will he honored bj the congregation and the community On Friday evening, Rabhi S a n f o r d Seltzer. region director of the Southeast Federa lion of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, will conduct the service. %  • %  Luther Pierce, executive direi IB )] | M()|[i \(.S tor of the Council of Churches; Dr. [van Hoy, chairman of the Department of Religion at the University if Miami: Henry .JV.qlff, founding president of the Southeast Federa tion of Reform Synagogues, and Rev. Edward Graham will participate in the service. On Saturday evening. at 7 p.m., a formal dinner-dance will be held at the Deauville Hotel. honoring all charter families of the congregation. Mr and Mrs Robert Newman are chairmen of the weekend. Mr. and Mrs Herman Fcldman are vice chairmen. In charge of rePALMER "Miami's Only Jewish Monument Builders" LEADERS IN SERVICE, QUALITY AND VALUE I REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest & Oldest Supply House for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale A Retail ISRAELI CinS AND NOVELTIES 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI £ DOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew Religions Supplies lor Synagogues. Schools & Private Use 1S8S Washington Ave. Miami Beach JE 8-3840 Scheduled Unveilings SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1965 Mt. Sinai Cemetery LOUIS KRAUT, 11 a.m. Rdbbi Samuel /af/< Mf. Nebo Cemetery JULIUS COHEN, 2 p.m. :iij SEE WHAT YOU BUY I DO NOT BUY FROM MAIL ORDER FIRMS AND BE SORRYI Buy Direct from the Manufacturer in Miami and save many dollars. Anne Frank Rummage Sale B'nai B nth Women. Amu Frank Chapter, will hold Its rummage salat two locations. 742 md 1132 NW 3rd Ave, starting Dec. 8 AMERICAN ISRAELI £j RELIGIOUS STORE NOW BE \C REMODELED" WATCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENT OF GRAND OPENING! 1357 WASHINGTON AVE. 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T-~ ~ + kmiO-rhrMHr Frkfc y^-^-ber I -., v r Chanuka Festival by Israel Bonds Slated for Dec. 18 A host of luminaries of the enworld mil join in community-wide to be Satut-dav evening. Dec 58. at the K .• : ader auspices of the Greater Miaaei 1 Bond Or-.ar.izat A-'ars who wBI r.oad gram are Jar. Peerce. • I : Chor. Festi i] Dai era, the to. and mat A' iranal feature of the pn> t 6?< red r> ,v .e Viarr.i P.;-' P %  ers served a' j • famed Black Watch. :' BOC? WUla Mn Mary Gordon '.eft and Mrs. Robert Gross \ooV. z~ Mrs Aaron Kiger signs up for the :.-..rc en. Beaefil Day aJ -re Prres" of the YM c.-.d WHA set for Dec A ad Tropical Pork. Mrs Gordon is cr.airrr.~r. oi tha evert ar.d tr.e other two iad.es her cocr.rirrr.er. for arrangemei Day at Races To Aid Hospital Coral Chapter. Vr.enran MedJ <: <'• nter il 'A. %  -da> at I Track The al 'unch in the Club House I'>mn^ Koom and seats in the > %  will tv named for ( ra Chapter M :"h President MrIr\ini: Rubinstein to award KM trophy to the wir.nim> fecfcl haired bj \lrDavid BendeO and Mr%  x:i. be to help mamt. %  :.. • aatieal care at t. tal in l>*n\ t r Marantz Art on View %  ngtoti r1 ten 9 i ,ii|i|i iDOW. pture of lr-. ny Marai I will be exhi| h Jan 14 Mar a i .i • I \ • of New Jersey and •rill show paintings and and MIZC BONDID PIBFtCT DEUVftY OUAtANTIIO ^i '. / ^ toriua > I mesl I-i'ii i i Packs! /.,-. Quality .'.' 1 •, Fu< /.,'/. ioui A 11 • .'• i m ORDER by DEC 10fh FOR XMAS DELIVER C DISCOUNT ON QUANTITY ORDERS Ihf Eiotic Gar&rns MIAMI MIAMI BIACH COHAl CASKS SIS 451* 512 IMI 445 1411 NOllVWOOO • tOCA RATCM IT LAUOIIOAll ALL PARTY NEEDS Punch Bowls Glassware Dishes Silverware Tables Chairs < %  mn ..!> %  Ii4l|i • • %  M i t m ONE CALL RENTS IT ALL COMPLETE RENTAL SERVICE CALL Kf-3337 • 700 S WXH HWT. 1 Mil* *. • B*4*la — U' VISSU •MRCI \ M .ram -nil be the %  1 00 Refl" ka Dl v a dramatic preser.'a .n narr = d.recPUyfc %  O-anukar. Pest to an : i Vi • accasioB • thro %  taster Cer • op par• '" %  %  -i 1 H • Ba • z 1 H %  % %  H i i C/to/'m Weizmann Farband lim V\ • .,-• a rich of 1band aril] meet on Tuesdaj e\e• ". • Brani h ci Washii • 6V r.I .-yh •: the Bi i'.-.• rn District will present a talk or. Medican Flagler Planning Gift Mart Here StalartOUOd of Flacirr Granada •h Center will -pon^ir t> yearly donor supper and gift mart on Sunday. 5:30 pm in the auditorium chanuka -upper will lx p r ep a red by Mrs Aaron Shapiro and the committee Cift items d I include hs ili < %  i men decorations and ^'ift wrapB'nai Raphael Skit Monday paid-up member-hip rr %  M • evening, B'nai Raphael Sisterhood -kit nn Tuesday, the Sisterhood will oanuka mart with a luncheon, with a second mart Sundaj Dei 12 from 12 to 3pm Meeting ind manheld • • • SPEECH-ELOCUTION PIANO AGES 3 to 68 Coll Sunday throuah Thursday •47-6940 FOUR CEMETERY PLOTS FOR SALE Star of David Cemetery UN Coll 947-637S COMMUNITY KOSHER DELICATESSEN ORDER YOUR HOLIDAY SPECIALS NOW IMTS OF KOMI/ If I.OOIHI\ 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 25c LARGE KREPLACK SI 25 per Doz HOMEMADE STUFFED DERMA CMfatf* uttui Mti Btfpua MSMROOdMAttfT inrrn JW£fT I S0UI CAUAU HOKTHtSH BUH tUtJUU 79c per Qt. 89e per Lb. | [ I0#% Pun' riio|>|M'l rhitkfii l.i\t'r l!li lb. Noodle or Potato KUGEL 75c per Lb. Fatnovs Homemade GEFILTE FISH 50c Each FAMOM'S IIOMKM lli: Vl< KIJ l> IIEHHIM. Freshly Smoked CHUBS—98c Lb. LOX-59c VA Lb. NOVA-79c '< Li. KOSHER CORNED BEEF AND PASTRAMI CUT TO ORDER-59c a LB. "HETTEH Tff.t.V MAMA I SK.n TO MAKE" ALL FOODS COOKED ON PREMISES ORDER NOW COMMUNITY KOSHER DELICATESSEN 525 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD MIAMI MACH :.;: M I'lion.JK |.7l Kor Frel-liv'r> Good Canadian whisky will never be cheap. But at last we've found a way to make it reasonable. There'? no mystery.Just simple facts. We make a superb imported Canadian called Canadian lord CaK ert. But we don't bottle it in Canada. We bottle it in the U.S.A. This saves us a small fortune in taxes. And another small fortune in freight. And we pass this savings along to you.(lt amounts to about 51 a fifth.) This imported whisky is as fine and smooth as any you've ever tasted. And it gives you something extra, besides. Kvery time you drink Canadian Lord Calvert, you can say to yourself,**! am paying a smaller tax." i"minciiimn.ais| afkoof rwrotrroai CUVIIT Dtyiiu i> 01 v v t '"' !" ,ih a wea-DO* VMU



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Friday, December 3. 1965 Jewish ncrMhr Page 9-A Rabbinical Council of America President IP Speaks at Testimonial for Rabbi Caplan Sixth annual Service for Israel Awaid of the South Florida Districts of the Zionist Oiganization of America is presented 10 Ben Giller ct a dinner in his honor recently at the Fontaineblecu Hotel. Left to right are Secretary of State Tom Adams, who was quest speaker; Giller. president of the Miami Beach Zionist District; Sen. Claude Pepper, personal friend of Giller, who made the presentation; and Jack D. Gordon, chairman cf the Dinner Committee, who served as toast-naster. Also participating were Louis B. Rudnick, Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. Joseph Amigo. Herman Weintraub. Morris Simon and Sidney Raymond. ZOA Presents Truman With Top Herzl Award Continued trom PB 1 A liiughter. Mrs Margaret Truman Daniel, the former President, who mi ana defend its independ i nee Nothing, he ad led, cat the profound histori and politu al facl th I na had real firmed in principle the Jewish claim to independence." Hailing former President Tru. man's role in the establishment and recognition of Israel. Jacques Torczyner. president of the ZOA, also noted that the Truman Administration's first grants-in-aid and other valuable assistance to Israel permitted the young state to survive. Rabbi Israel Miller, president of the Rabbinical Council of Amer ica, will i" principal speaker at ,, testimonial dinner honoring Rabbi Jonah E, Caplan on Dec 16 .ii the Deauville Hotel, Officers and directors of Sky Lake Synagogue in North Miami Beach, of which Rabbi Caplan i'. spiritua 1 leader, will be lots to the community wide event. Ral bi Miller's ap| arance here a r 'cord at P. I,I of Sky i ake. ilarly I" cause he preached ,n the Urea) M< sco Sj nago i. : it sumn er and is especialdedgeable in the area of So\ iet Ji wish life today — one of the greal problems facing world Jewrj in our lime." According to Harold Thurman, who will be toastmaster at the Dec H> testimonial, "this should be .in invaluable opportunity tor Greater Miamiana who will honor Ka'ibi Caplan also to get an inside report on their Jewish brethren behind the Iron Curtain." Rabbi Miller, now visiting VS. Armed Forces installations in Japan, in addition to being president of the Rabbinical Council of America, is chairman of the Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy of the National Jewish Welfare Board. He was appointed by President Johnson to serve on the National Citiiens Committee for Community Relations to implement the Civil Rights Act of 1964. He served as chaplain in the Army Air Corps during World War II in the U.S. and overseas, and is past president of the Association of Jewish Chaplains of the Armed Forces. Rabbi Miller served as a religious consultant to the IS Department of Defense in Europe in June. 1954 and in January, 1964, ..well as in japan in Itftto, to conduct a retreat for Jewish chaplaina ned overseas He lias ser\ed apresident and i onorary president oi the Rabbin a al Alumni Vssociatioi %  : Yeshmi University, from which he holds an AB de jn cum aude, ami is reel] ol the nard Revel Award for Com%  %  ..-'. i Col ll mi Development Uses Ad Agency Here i harles Friedlander Advertising, Inc., a Miami agency, has been appointed to handle statewide, national and international marXel ing, advertising and public relations for Royal Palm Beach, a 16,acre development, it was announced by Royal Palm Beach Realty. Inc. Owned by Royal Palm Beach Colony. Inc., Irving Cowan, president, the development is located in the suburban I'alm Beaches on highway 98-441. It contains about 200 homes already occupied, an 84 unit condominium under construction, a motel, and an inn: RABBI ,'SRAfl MIUE* Tennis lessons of 'V A new program of tennis instruction ibe i '. initiated i>> the YMHA oi Greater Miami Physical Education Department The class will be available to boys and girls, ages 10 through 14. and will be offered,OO Tuesday afternoon, from 3:30 to 5 p.m., on the "Y" tennis courts The course will be taught by Linda Hart, outstanding collegiate tennis star. TO THOSE WHO EXPRESSED their sympathy in so many beautiful and practical ways during our recent bereavement, we extend our heartfelt thanks. The Family of the late SAMUEL and ROSE FRANKEL Effective December 1, 1965: Earn More and Receive a Monthly Interest Check With our New "Monthly Income 11 Savinqs Account! 100 COPIES$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies o' BULL1 N5 STS 'Oir REPORTS :ONTRACTS R<


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December 3. 1965 + k-UI H.,lf1-, r Page 15 E LEGAL NOTICI DO! S COURT "VV M COUNTS | OB*T£ M2-B MOTORS V* rmnu %  i v %  ..r %  i l i ir M p. ; %  ttttn | I 'l• I ••IV l-r. mi. tut C "< r COUT OF THE KlNTM ,1 DlClAL CIRCUIT OF ltO"'D* IN AND FOR DADE COLN s N CHANCIWV ft*C 11SB7 v\ iv.;s AND • >r N v\ .II:I.-K. .n.1 'I lf. ITiff i'V PUBLICATION \ -M.VH ulul : .vt t-' T. '!*•• BY r'ENRY 'SC'MRD Y/hgjT^i ^g sslafl -C ( LEGAL NOTICE IN TMI NTY DOE'S COURT -'. < OH DADE COUNTY. FLO' "ROBATE No 68849-C NOTICE OF PROBATE \ 1SONS1N1 IN II %  • • -.1. %  %  \ .il-ii'i. • vi hy • I %  •. %  (hould n. %  %  1 %  ,\ iSrtiiid* %  line MLi l ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jeist lkridi~n •ollciU your legal nottcMW* appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial I II 3-1M5 lor messenger senrice LEGAL NOTICE I KMII1 NiiTH-li Morenc s>t— t I hi jtn \ Th -I I* I'MHMVl' .. 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Page 8-B +Jels*nt>rMln* Friday. December 3, 1965 k\l*HA WOMAN OF THE WEEK Pretty red haired Vyrna (Mrs Robert) Shevin was born in Springfield, Mass., moved to Arizona and then to Florida when she was 13 years old Myrna came from a musical famil> She always wanted to suit;, and she has. At Miami Beach High School, she was of course in the chorus and also on the debating team Her future husband. Bob. judged one of the contests, but she didn't meet him until two years later (Incidentally, she didn't win!) She received her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in music at the University of Miami Bob was at Gainem ille when they met, and she became a regular commuter from then on. They went together five years before they were married She received a scholarship to Tanulewood. a training school for opera and music sponsored by the Boston Symphony, where she studied in the summer Boh. a member of the Hade del egation to the Florida I egislature. naturally likes politics, so now Myrna likes politics, too Myrna likes music — and now Bob likes music. They have one child. Laura. and are expecting another soon Myrna -ays she's ready, but the bahv isn't Myrna is vitally interested in everything pertaining to music She is a member of WOODS, the Women's Organization of the Philharmonic Society Presently, the organization is trying to match the grant given them by the Ford Foundation Myrna is past president of the musical honorary. Sigma Alpha Iota, belongs to Beth David Sisterhood, where she is program chairman, National Council of Jewish Women, the Music Club on the board of Democratic Women's Club of Miami, and the Leukemia Society She has sung with the Miami Opera Guild and with Jan I'eeice and Richard Tucker at Past Seders here. Mostly, she likes opera and l.ieder the beat The Shevins have I ver> exciting life, going to political breakfasts and banquets and meeting all types of people, which they both love to do Myrna says thiis their relaxation because they lH>th enjoy it so much They swim, Bob plays tennis, and they both are grct ones for travel Myrna enjoyed Bob paign even though it was hectic when Bob was fir-t elected thej packed up their daughter, dog and maid. rented a bouse in Tallahassee, and stayed there for the three months that the legislature was in session Myrna says she was the biggest gallery fan there — she went every day Daughter Laura went to the demonstration school at F.s c whi the pattern for all of the nursery schools in the state in between sessionthey went to the World's Pail and bad a (puck trip to New Orleans The Shevins enjoyed their trip to Europe, adored Munich, London and Pai ularlj and are all si" to /.cm the Alien v for the I l ind 'A as picked as one of the ten outstand ators by the l'r< i Corpi A wife can be i politician husband, and Myrna cei i quiet p -he listens, really enjoj • ins the converse! on ol othi rs. Just • r child's den sti pattern for othei schools, Myrna wi\ es whose I •' e in • I lerful thing about il is ol It • LET VOLPE TOURS 1502 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach 532-7326 PLAN YOUR CRUISES Care-free IS SHALOM VIKING psjajcni CARMANIA SANTA ROSA SANTA PAULA S.$ FRANC! FRANCAC ARIAONf ARCINTINA % Cleaning Laundry ^ Storage 1201 -20th Street JE 8-6104 Miami Beach OPCN 7 AM. f f M. Some Day Strict Never An f fro Char** JH, in MFI0ll"' 1 I "*" f,r 1 (MM M 4V • MI1MI IIIC ill PHONE AND CHARGE IT ... Mi4t urns Ml Mtl ^ (The Exotic (Sarfcrns lV.n u-ml >>• ••*•%  • *— %  MffS. WfUAftO HOlSfRT MfWC MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT BOB NOVACK ORCHESTRAS IHSUM THE SUCCESS Of WEDDINGS • BAIT MITZVAHS AND Alt S0OAI FUNCTIONS Orchestras-Trios-Accordionists UN 6-5434 \ I ;1 r 'I I &4^Welcomed Gift... ^ %  \ treasured possession PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS BV 4 Our lie* locofion 923 Arthur Godfrey d Miami Beoth Ttle-heeos-JM-' 72 and 534 5930 a< 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 I 4 4 LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • IfPAfllNG IScniing Dode County Over 25 Teorsl Mill S.W. 14th ST. HI 6 9904 DOMESTIC MAIDS RESTAURANT I HOTEL HELP A-l EMPLOYMENT Ph. FR 9-8401 ThtTf ~JM~ a diffrtn<* In flowers try our ft! BLOSSOM SHOP 1616 Washington Ave. Miami Beach (Altrcanfilt National leek Bui/ding' CALL SYVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI fcul and men**' Xuu*-



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Jage 8-A -JewtstntrkHar Friday. December 3, 1955 \ Children starting their Religious School studies at Temple Menorah were consecrated last Saturday during services by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Standing (left to right* are Craig Solomon. Jeffrey Stein. Mark Wittenberg. Simi Parker. Karen Carter, Ava Reich. Gilda Drachman. Mrs. Nathan Robinowitz. lllona Weiner, Stuart Weiner. Pamela Simms, Dennis Kainen. Ira Lazernick and David Simson. Center (left to right) ore Rob.n Willner. Richard Goldstein, Jill Kerner. Steve Kaufman. Paula Kasdin. David Jove, Gisella Terner. Isaac Behar. Michelle Talisman, Hal Spear. Marcy Jurkowitz, Menses Stzylerman, Rochelle Nelson and Corey Todd. Front (left to righti are Simon Bazyler. David Golzbein. Jaime Kerbel, Robert Meltzer. Geoige Jacobson. Nestor Gorfinkel. David Kestenman. Ricky Rubin, David Kaufman and Marc Talisman. Buenos Aires Jews Attack 'Meddling 9 Continued from Paae 1-* tal and financial aid — "locallyplanned, locally directed" through B'nai B'rith affiliate* in those countries. It was received with "disagreeable surprise "here as being contrary to the "explicit opinion" of the DAIA and of the Federation of Jewish Communities of Argentina. Open criticism against "those *ho. from many thousands oi miles away, attempt to tell us how to manage our affairs."' was voiced by Dr. Isaac Goldenberg. DAIA president, at the biennial lonference of the DAIA. He told the 120 delegates that "our community possesses generous traits and has the valor to stand up to Mtuations when needed In the present world situation, mere literature against anti-Semitism and sociologic studies are not enough. The communities need to become USY Sabbath At B'nai Raphael USY youth group will observe SY Sabbath at Congregation B'nai Raphael on Pridaj when %  sident <>f the Senior | roup, Miss Cookie Zuckerman, ill deliver a hermonette. They will COI servii to i • followed by .' %  irdalah Raphael 1 j has 3 SY gro ps ten unior. bers, • %  oup is %  • nf th" fit %  psidenl of I the Condon Shrinks Piles Without Surgery Stops Itch Relieves Pain N. York.N.l -i Speeial 1 I and to In e (shrinkage 1 took pltv 1 Mo • amazing 1 ( mal' 1 to be a I Ktance I %  %  %  %  1 • factors of power and deterrence.*" His remarks. ^ part of his biennial policy report as president, received prolonged applause from the delegates. Jewish leaders in Argentina, he said, must be "permanently on the alert in order to live peacefully with the general community. Dur : ing brief lapses from normalcy, we must be prepared for abnormal situations which may occur at any time, anywhere"' He asked for "ample support'" for DAIA and for unity within the Jewish com m unity. In the presence of a 21 member delegation from the American Jewish Congress, attending the session as guests. Mark Turkow. South American executive member of the World Jewish Congress. reported 'hat there had been grave manifestations of anti-Semitism in Paraguay He said that, at Asuncion, capital of Paraguay. Jewi-h tombstones were desecrated re eently and swastikas had been -meared on Jewish grave markers as well as on the Monument to Naii Victims Mr. Turkow added, however, that Paraguayan police have acted vigorously on me manifestations, arresting and investigating 200 suspects. The Paraguayan press, he said, both those newspapers that support the Government at\4 others in the opposition "energetically condemned the anti-Semitic profanations." The session adopted a resolution expressing the Argentine Jewish community's solidarity with the Jews of Paraguay. The American Jewish Congress (1. legation was led by Will Mas low. executive director of the organlsation. Huenos Aires is the •hi atin American center visit d by the group. The AJC study n kssion of latin America visited, prior to comimr here. Caracas. Venezuela, and Rio de Janeiro and Saon Paulo. Brazil The American Jewish Congress delegation mem bers were guests at a special session of the DAIA executive They were briefed on South American Jewish problems, including antiSemitism and relations with the church and with trade unions by I)r Goldenberg, Mr Feinguersch and Mr Turkow Congregation Picks Officers Gary Shachal as sell ha^-an as presi onl will teari the Student 1 Torah Congregation ir the com ins y< %  <' %  Serving ai 1 abl Bernstein, with ] %  %  edman chairman oi thi %  : %  ommi lee; Mark Goldsti Mill" r, Alan nenbaum, and s • ash S Bl In I Johi S jam in V %  Mara Nied on I. %  H Beth David USY Hosts Chapter Beth David SY Southeastern Res y host to represi ntal from the Florida the Thanksgiving u< 1 \ l> 0 u t 250 ti 1 ipated in a full i passing Sabbath shops, and 104 ial gregation membei ii their homes to the out Beth president, Judge Friedman To Be Speaker Judge Milton A Friedman will be guest speaker at a paid-up membership brunch on Tuesday noon of Hatikvah Chapter. B'nai K'nth V> omen. Mrs Robert Utt is chairing the %  .flair to be held in the Morton Towers Restaurant Chapter President 1Mrs Gertrude R Solomon. Schedule of Friday with registi 1 I)a\ id and a--. During late by Rabbi Sol Lai ing USY offici rs Nora Feldmin Judi Schiff, programming vice president; Jimrrwe SchiH, fund raising vice president; Robin Lundy, membership vice president; Cheryl R*m. recording secretary; Rivt Shift, corres ponding secretary, David Stone, treasurer. Ones, Sbal bat "• %  Mrs rhillip Schiff \" up ith semin; evening, a buffet planned This is the Canadian you switch to when you get richer. At first, most people drink Seagram'* \ 0. only on special occasions. I hen. as their fortunes improve, they make \ (' their regular whisky. If you have reached this degree of affluence, congratulate If you haven't, cheer up. You've got something to look forward to. I Oil Mitt:



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Page 12-B *Jp*lsl>rhrM*9r! Friday. December 3. 1965 S < I < /ja/' .I. %  i i lebrant it president of [ntei %  • i diate Young Ju ib and received the Ten pl< Set Vward as • in Religious & hi "I %  Shabbat will follow the services On Sunday evening. Dec. 5. a reception will be held at the Surfside Community Center. • • • Jack Levin* Saturday morning services. Dec. 4. at Temple Zion will include the Bar Mitzvah of Jack Levinc. Jack is an eighth grade student at South Miami Junior High and a candidate for graduation at Temple Zion. Mr ami Mrs Murray Levine will hold a reception and dinner in honor of their son on Saturday evening at the Deauville Hotel. Celebrant's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs William Lauretz • Abraham Mansdorf Abraham Mansdorf. son of Mr. and Mrs Herman Mansdorf. 326 Collins Ave will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Dec 4. at Temple Emanu-El. Abraham attends eighth grade a! Ida M Fisher Junior High His interests include playing the guitar, baseball and football. The celebrant will be honored at a reception Saturday evening at the Royal Hungarian Restaurant. • • • James Brown James, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Brown. 6340 Pinotrce Dr.. will observe his Bar Mitzvah n Saturday morning. Dec. 4. at Temple Beth Sholom James is a student of the Beth Sholom Confirmation Class of 5727. Sheila Ehrent Sheila, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ehrens. 1715 SW 17th Ave.. will become Bas Mitzvah at late Friday evening services. Dec 3. at Beth David Congregation. Sheila il an eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High and attended Beth David Religious School for seven yean She is ic tive m the i nited Synag IN "I outh group I Kit side activities in cludi A r will be t the test Jeffrey Mayers Jeffrej son of Mr and Mrs 1200 S Gn .. ;i bei Bar ices • Bi th David %  on 4 Jefl ej ai • hth gi ade stu' nior %  ie orcheslamtt Brawn ihtila threw Jeffrey AJoyers tra. and is active in extra-curri cula gymnastics A reception will be held in Jef frey's honor at home His grand parents Mr and Mrs Max Mayero vita and Mrs. Bernard Rozran. will attend. • • • Jack Falk Jack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Falk. of South Miami, will observe his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Dec 4th. at Temple Zion. The celebrant is an eighth grade student at South Miami Junior High, and plays the guitar A dinner reception will be held in his honor at the Deauville Hotel Ofl Saturday evening. • • • Michael Brlmanson Michael, son of Mr and Mrs. Nathan Bnmanson. will become Bar Mitzvah at Beth Moshe Congregation on Saturday. Dec. 4. An Oneg Shabbat on Friday and a Kiddush on Saturday will follow services sponsored by Mr and Mrs Bnmanson in honor of Michael's Bar Mitzvah. The celt arant is a student at the Beth Moshe Religious School and attends Wcstview Junior High • • • Gary Sicherman Gary, son of Mr and Mrs Gerald Sicherman, 18930 NW 12th Ave will become Bar Mitzvah on Sat urday morning. Dee 4. il Beth Torah Congregation. Gary will be presented with a Bible on behalf of the Mollie Kaha ner Sisterhood. An eighth grade student at Nor land Junior High School, the celebrant also attends the pro con firmation class at Beth Torah • • • Jon Speioler On Saturday. Dec. 4. Jon. son of Mr. and Mrs Morris SpeigMH*, will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Tifereth Jacob. Kiddush follow I Jon is a seventh grade student at Palm Springs Junior High School. Mr and Mrs Speigler are sponsoring the OneShabbat following services on Friday. • • • Edward Nankin Edward, son of Mr and Mrs Franklin J Nankin. 100O-88th St will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Dec. 4. at Temple Ner Tamid. Edward is a student of Nautilus Junior High and Temple Ner Tamid Religious Schools He is a member of the Science Club and plays trumpet in the School Band Evan Byer Kvan Jay. son ot Mr. and Mr Herbert Byer. will becoir.e Bar Mitzvah at Young Israel of Great,r Miami on Saturday, Dec. 4. Evan la an eighth grade -tudent .,t John F Kennedy Junior High School His hobbies are fishing. roll and horseback riding Meeting Tuesday Beach High PTA Miami Beach Senior High PTA will meet on Tuesday. 7 45 p.m., in the school auditorium Mrs. Theodore Kipnis. PTA president, w ill preside. Highlighting the program will be faculty reports on speech and drama techniques with demonstrationb> students in extemporaneous speech, original oratory, dehate, dramatii iiterpretatioo, and ludglng Speech director is L Earnest Bereafa Musical interlude will performed b> the school orchestra un I der the direction of Carl Grotan. Steve Moore iprincipal of Miami Beach Senior High School Special Representative Mrs Jennie Feder. active .n numerous civic and social organizations, has been named a special representative in the bUSUMSS development department of Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach. AM^AAAAMMA^^^vVvVvVvVv^^v^MAM^AMMMMAMaA SUHDAt SIGHT BVHI .1 I '•..if Personal Supfi OCU& ELEGANT IMPERIAL CATERING Parlies — Weddings 000* Social Functions, lie. 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tk. w ovnan s "World W aai Hospital presiaent. Leone rd Abess. and Mrs. • the spotliaht with Dr. end Mrs. Charts Binder tl staff's annual Thanksgiving eve dinner dance. U 4 loctoni, trustees and their wivts enjoyed the gaia entc: the Fontainebleau Hotel. n j bv ISABEL GRCVE M linnet party hotted I > man Handel la their SW 17th St.. on brought together %  nd hrothrr in lew, Mr. Morris Dulitz. of New hew, Rabbi Label DuVork: niece, Mrs. ililler, of Prairie Vil:• rtf 1 ber son. Ernest |i-r i break from Yell prslt) m Now York members enjoying the former Miami Beach [; %  and Mrs. Hyman Gal<-ir four sons, includthe oldest, also on a m Yeahiva, Mrs Earl if New Orleans. R iseannc Frledlandi Ala. | of particular tig• ie Alfred U vs. of V \v. .. also This ted their silver wed i-.ii> and 25 years came here from CleveMrs A! Rubinstein, of marked their wed"Jewish Floridian Miami. Florida, Friday, December 3, 1965 Section 3 DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA WOMEN TO PLAY HOST JWVA President Due for Visit The Department of Florida Ladies" Auxiliary. Jewish War Veteran* of the U. S., and its president Mrs Irving Coopcrman. announce the official visit to the department of Florida of National Ladies' Auxiliary President Mrs .lohn iSarah) Nemon. of Detroit. Michigan, At 3 p.m.. she will visit the Veterans Administrations Hospital in Coral Gables. Friday evening, she will be honored at an Oneg Shahbat at Temple Emanu-FI at 8 p.m. On Saturday noon, she will he guest at a luncheon given in her honor at the AimerHotel. In Charge of reservations is Mrs. Arthur Lee. Visiting dignitaries "ill include of Florida. Mrs Ben Haberman. of Miami Beach, past national president of the Auxiliary, will be master of ceremonies at the luncheon Saturday evening. Mrs Nemon and Mrs Cooperman will partu-ipate ith various local Auxiliaries an I posts in social affairs On Sunday morning. 9:30 a.m.. Mrs Nemon will be guest speaker at the December of Florida Quarterly Stale meeting to take the form of an all-day program. On Monday morning. Mrs. Nemon and Mrs Cooperman will fly to Tampa, where they will visit with the upstate auxiliaries the executive staff ofthe Jewish 0 f Tampa. St Petersburg and War Veterans of the Department wrlanno MRS. COOPtKMAN MRS. NtMON ding anniversary a! Dores Restaurant and I-ounge in Sunny Isles, laughing at the comedy of Relic Barth and Murray Frank 111! • • Now in her second year at the Hebrew Iniversity in Jerusalem. Miriam Gelger, daughter of Mrs. Fdyth Gciger, is one of only 11 Students who have been accepted in the newly-Opened department in musicology Prerequisite for the three-year course leading to a BA degree is a double major In spite of her heavy academic load, precocious Miriam finds time to read to the blind and work in the Jewish National and I'niversltj Library In Jerusalem. • • • Sweet Sixteen party for daughter Susan being planned by Mr and Mrs Morton Col. "KM"., of 2285 s\\ 13th St. Festivities on Saturday. Dec. 12. will be held in the Rendezvous Room at the David William Apartment Hotel Vivacious teen-ager, a student at Miami High, devotes her Continued on Page 10-B Court Judge Harold B. Spaet decorates Mr. and Mrs. i Dubowy on the occasion of their establishment of a r ~Moh in Israel in the sum of S25.000. Shown above, receives the Jewish National Fund Medal of Honor •Irs. Dubowy is pinned with a JNF Golden Pin. Judge Dart v.-cs guest speaker at the recent JNF Council meeting I :he ceremony took place, with Zev W. Koaan discussing Ami Development Dinner scheduled for Sunday at the -cbkau Hotel. israeli imports $%> :S-.AELI IMPORT designed for the American woman' The loveliest, most feminine knits in light, easy care wool. own, three-piece suit with sleeveless ribbed shell, e*sy ;acket, lined skirt with back pleat. Navy white, 10-18, $95 LEATHER GLOVES made in Israel especially for Burdme's. In three elegant lengths, these soft, finefitting kid leather gloves are completely washable Black or white Shortie, 8.98; Bracelet, 11.98; Mid Arm, 14.98 tetter kniu. third floor and


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ber 3. 1965 • Isniflh #// rM*^r Paqe : %  .-'-. Federation Names Milton Weiss Vice Chairman of '66 Combined Appeal • • • I man %  'A It Weiss, president <>f Miami Savings and Loan has been named vice : i lie 1966 Combined ai the fund-raisin : e Greater Miami Jew. ration. active i" philanthropy leadership, was named % %  > lay I. Kislak, chair%  liti CJA. Mr Weiss comes a new • in las leadership for the d\C4N (Bishop Duncan Specks Monday MI Rev. James L. Dunagan Bishop of the Epicese f South Florida, will discuss "The Kcumenical Council — Religious Liberty and the Jew" on Monday night, 9 p.m.. at Temple Beth Sholom. Bishop Duncan. who wa.s elected ragan Bishop in 1961, is chair man <>f the Com munity Relations Count) Prior to %  -imp, he made an ; rii oi South •erved In Lady smith -,\ months ol I Tin y I ni !i he receive I his rees, Bishop Dun ; his I'.D an.I DD dl inUniversity "f the IT 'l enn M ii :.,\ A i I I'Hie : rani r I bj R*b mi -li. spii itual Ii. i *. -t i Sholom. who dreater Miami chairman oi Israel Bonds and as vice president ol the n Jeu ish Congress cries is free and open to B'nt B'rith Social Singles • c lub show and dancing mil will IK' included in i: i ith Social Singles held on Saturday, '* Saxonj llotrl AUIMOIIIHD DIAll* Sine* 19SS r £MjTH Quality 1 HEARING AIDS 3 $75 to $325 A%k mm — I wtor one!" I tm,c> an UM>i • n • %  Combined Jewish Appeal.' Kislak said in making the announcement of the appointment, "and we ex> peel that interest to grow throughout the community." "We are proud to have Mr. Weiss M part of the CJA leadership to help guide trte campaign to a successful conclusion," said Joseph M. Lipton, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, "and we *rt aiming to top our goal which will go for servicing more than 50 agencies locally, nationally and overseas.' The Combined Jewish Appeal is .second only to the United Fund in sue. cast yeai, a gua, ui #i,t-*u,UuO was set and met l>> tne LJA winch directs muds to eignt local agen Ctes in the area. neiSI %  a senior member of the aegai urni 01 Meyer, Weiss, Rose UIMJ ArKin and is a graduate of .inl Uiverstty ot Miami, lie sueiMrued lorimr Beacn Lity .Uana..•i ciauue nensuau apresident >. .\I..I..II beacn reuerai .-.iv.u^s nu i.iKin Association nearly three > car-. ,i_ 1 ...is... a native i Brooklyn who ..' 1. 1 1 -1 noois in AI ianu beat h, nosed the urst home mortgage ,. .ni ior .,i.iu Beacn Feaei a i in r'.).i shortl) atter graduation 11 ui,. tne 1 :n 1 1 sit) oi Miami, lie ,.... tin' )uungi -1 pel > nil ., 1 arfl m IU41 Wiien 1.1 was 28 neiss is a member of the board : directors 01 Mt. Sinai Hospital, a member oi the Beach Chamber a i ommerce, t ivic League and Hibiscus uodge r and A.M. a past .ii'-nii'iu 01 .ni' Miami id ach Kitvanis i inn. and a past exalted rul. %  I 01 tli.' miami 1.1 acn i-....~ Briton Sentenced To Five Years Ortin"*H from Page 1-A and. after th" sentence, called it "a travest) ol justice But Judge Mervyn-Griffith Jones, who presided at the Jury trial in Old Bailey which is London's Central Criminal Court told him: I put out of my mind what unloubtedl) appeared to be your po %  1.,' lews l deal with thi case dm'pl on Ih ba %  • thai .1 the 0 ol which \ ,m ha on* icted, coupled %  • % %  MI 1 must have had il %  %  Phi Mi continui < %  ,. • • and nol il one which might havi 1 ...1 1 in er ai I loss t in 1 ounding 'unliUn Beachite to Head H?gh-Rise Division •^5^ MILTON WtISS OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAYLOW Office designs furnishings) I from majiiffactufw Desks, Chairs, Betas, Credenzaa, tamps, Everything tor the Office of Distinction hi 1U pavinwf j Interior dtt'gn eats' j (face planning. Opan Saturday Morning FICE FURNITURE, Inc. hon UtnHtxnn a.B991 Bi II lu : B) ron Topol has been named I l I irman of the residence and hit rise divi sion oi the Combined Jewish Appeal Topol was named to the post by Jay I. Kislak. campaign chairman for the 1966 CJA drive Topol, who lives at 585 No. Shore Dr.. will be in charge of Dade County residents' participation in the campaign. Heading a residents' drive for the Combined Jewish Appeal, the fund-raising branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, is not new to Topol. Two years ago, he was chairman of the Normandy Isle Residents Division of the CJA. Other campaign work for the Combined Jewish Appeal included being chairman of the handbags section of the appall rel group in the mercantile division from 1962 to 1964. From 1952 until 1956. Topol was affiliated with the New York Federation of Jewish Philan thrupies and the I'nited Jewish Appeal ol New York, Gn I Di\ ision, as a member ol the i governors. 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-•..,r -Jenlstfkrkftor Friday. December locc N.Y. Spiritual Leader Addresses Miami Rabbis on Behalf of Combined Appeal DR DAVID COtOVtHiKI Marella to Handle Implementation Continued from Page 1-A as official Church doctrine, the document was passed by the Ecumenical Council by 2,221 88 with three abstentions. %  nee of the emphasis •hat Cardinal Marella, — d ,1 Bisl op Carlo, will have implementing the delict in the fact, that Man is known in Vati:,;,., moderate prelate. the other hand. man who only recent|j while the declaration a> still i: t debated by the Council, published an article asserting that the Jewish people were coUectivelj • of the killing of Jeaua. Cafdinal BareUa is one of the Vatican's beat known diplumau. He • well known in the non-Catholie i nd non Christian world. He has i 4i) >• ar> in the Vatican's for.,_i service. Among the posts he wu thai ol apoatolle deto Japan, and papal nuncio The & cretarial for nont'hrisl ne of the latest Vatib) Fopv Paul .,. i •• %  ; Dr David Golovensky. rabbi of Beth El S>naaoguc Center of Nee • lie N Y and chairman of the Rabbinical Advisory Council of the nited Jewish Appeal. Wtt •he featured speaker at a joint on Wednesday of the M -in Rabbinical U •i and the Ci • •...:• %  %  -he Greater Miami lion. be i the meet Thurman exi ember and ; • Greater Miami Jewish I >n who was la) Presidents of all congregations and brotherhoods in the Greater Miami *rta were invited to attend the meeting slated at the Jewish Home for the Aged. Co-chairmen for the event were Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Beth El, and Dr Max Lipachitz, of Beth Torah. The Council consists of Ortho dox. Conservative and Reform rabbis from the area and la) lead era beading congregations here Dr Golovensky i> a past presi dent of the New York Board of Rabbis, largest rabbinic body in the world, and is chairman of it international Jewish affairs com-ion. He was a member of the delegation of the board in 1356 and again in 1960 which visited the Jewish community in R and other iron curtain count H. was a chaplain in the I' s Navj from 1943 to 1946. Real Estate Unit Elects Officers S lety "f Real Esl Gn ami Chapter 71, S and direi > Brothers Ship] inj was named H ton. of Watle) Co %  as i ai del t, and Donald Hall, of the Road Department, was i vice president Lawhorn was formerly utive with Lon Worth Crow Co in their commercial real estate and appraisii tment In ad dition to his eurrent --hipping duties with Shaw Brothers, he ban dies all of the real estate holdings of H 0 Shaw MURRAY FRANKLIN'S -<**** %  DORE'S >tsaraatUs|s iMrdSt. Collies A n Miaiai iaach Open I ML telAJL rental Miami MOW BEADT FOR OCCUMMCt Coastal ^towers %  APAr,TUTS IMthST SCOtUNSAVI MS 8321 Ulpan Hebrew Classes Open; Given by Bureau The sixth annual Ulpan Hebrew clas>e> sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Kducation opened Tues day evening, according to an an nouncement by Joseph Cohen, president. Registration for the I'I pan be I n at 8 p m at Temple Be Sholom School Building I lasst will be held ever) Tuesday. Iron 8 to 10 p in The Ulpan classes emphasize the spoken Hebrew of modern Israel, and follow the language teaching methods of Dr. Aharon Rosen and Mordecai Kamrat, who pioneered in the teaching of Hebrew to hundreds of thousands of adults in Israel. In addition to tl ok, ree ti lebrew ma and news will i>e emplo)' d in the liate and advanced classes 1 hinew Gesher Librar) ol adult lies m simple Hebrew will I" also used for Stud) and discussion There will be three classes in Hebrew Elementary, Intermediate, and Advanced. DOS RAGiNC EVERY NiGHT EXCEPT SUNDAY STARLIGHT ROOF DINNER-DANCING NIGHTLY TO THE MUSIC OF MAL MALKIN Hit PIANO AND HIS ORCHESTRA f.aturlng SUE LAWTON Superb Continental Dining Vhn Ot STARLIGHT LOUNGE for br.athtaking vkw Lois Maqa on Guitar No Cover. No V %  LXM, thi ocaan at 48th Stroat. Miami Beae* Reservations Requirad: JE 7-3600 CORAL TERRACE RESTAURANT AND CAFE CARISE ^tSUN RENT A CAR 7j*mmaf^ NEW DC v !" V NEv\ CAR? DODGES 301 23rd St, MB $ 11 Wk. + 6c mi Q ^V" —1 ^ lew f jcry.cf PHONE 534-JJU* THIS WEEKS PERSHING SPECIAL! LEASE AN AIR-CONDITONED 1966 CHEVY 2-Door or 4-Door Hardtop POWERGLIDE POWER STEERING V8 EZI GLASS RADIO WHITE WALL TIRES ONLY $89-90 CiKilAl BKM FORTE' TOWERS NORTH MODELS NOW OPEN i nan .. wu .i~w m,t^ uu RENTALS: Efficiencies, Deluxe Efficiencies, Bedroom Apartment*, Deluxe Bedroom ApaMmenti with I'/j both, 2 Bedroom Apartments with 2 full bathroom*. Write er Get tW B/etfcwe e Central oir conditioning e Eltva'or rrvic e Service arm — oech fleer e Walk-in rlotelt e 3 Swimming pooli Htotre' e 1200-teet Boordwalk e Ye


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FridoY' December 3. 1965 + k-lstFkrkftyr Page 5-B ... ^Arbout jreople and /" Beth Raphael Officers Listed WORDS FAIL AT DESCRIPTION The invitation sent by Tern* and Morris Burk lM „. p jn | and red The) were honoring their mother. Juliet llartman Burk. on her 75th birth' day Evei since Juliet stopped being %  school teachei and came to Miami to live, the days haven't been long enough for her to crowd in all ,1,,, ,-,, %  •• %  : unit) work that she is interested in HI ol the appointments were in red and pink, induding i fancy birthday cake and Juliet's pretty silk pnnl dress. Included in the guest list were Mrs Vai Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Friedman. Mrs rerryci Kaplan, Mrs Bert Gorton, Mr. and Mrs. Hike i lumberg, Miss Edna Heller, Mrs Leslie Steinei Mr and Mrs. Marvin Schreener, Mrs Aime K Levey, and Mrs. Pearl Berger. and Arthur Horowitz wouldn't have party for anything. Arthur and MorVanderbilt together, and Arthur spent man> happy hours at the Burk home. The four Burk children, Juliet's precious grandchildren. be everywhere — Mike. Patty. Tommy and S Tommy, the spitt inn image of Tema. with freckles, directed the parking of Burk's new house, on I.eucadendra Dr. cription. The inside is cypress and tvith full length windows The united colorbeige and brown play down the furniaces ... in MI ihat the feeling of living out of doors is Strong. The two and a half acres of carefully landscaped ground has water on two sides The five bedrooms upstairs are one for each child and one for Tema and Morns All of the chests are built into the walk in closets The tennis courts ..m! pool are in constant use The Burk s fabu loucollection of paintings in every room stamp the house indelibly theirs As Tema says. It lives very well." %  DO YOU UNDERSTAND? Minnie Peinberg's nephew. Michael Fcinberg. who ^nt". to Boston University, wrote a paper with three other fellows. The name of the pamphlet which was printed is %  Cellulose Ace tate Media in Inimunochemecal Technics." • OLD PRESIDENTS NEVER DIE This president. Dorothy Stone, didn't fade aw.i\ She went to Atlanta to attend the 70th birthday of the Atlanta Section of National Conn cil of Jewish Women, where past presidents were honored She went in a round about way — it was at the tail end of a motor trip to Ontario an.l parts there about, with her sister and brother-itlaw. Doris and Nat Kcmpner Doris and Dorothy are twins — Frances Lehman Officers who will serve Beth Raphael Congregation Sisterhood in the coming year include: Mesdames Max Affichiner. president; Harry Cornfield. .lack Kubel, vice president: Hyman Berger, Karl Wecker. Rhoda Kisenherg. secretaries; Simon Berstein. treasurer; Ruben Porter. parliamentarian; Millie Greenberg, hostess chairman; William Gerstman, sunshine; Saul M. Breeh, chaplain; Ralph Krieger, trustee. Following a Sisterhood meetin-' Thursday, Dec it>. at 8 p.m., in the Bynagogue, a Chanuka party will be held. 1501 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PARK FREE! SHOP JM EVERY NIGHT TIL 9:30 cftdovrt IHaftArV J THE STOt WITH THE FIORINA FLAIR tflaGit I IWik J tM€ SIOM *HM IM HOIOA (LA* g^^A fol nprvati V Ior ida sun shine uiih sui-1'ulvnt navel oranaes 10.51.1 full bushel, delivered (>.•)•> half bushel, delivered A gift packed with all the sunny flavor cf Florida! Sweet, seedless premium navel oranges ... tree ripened and so full of juicy goodness! A welcome way to spread Florida sunshine to friends and relatives in the North. JM CITRUS, first floor miami and fort lauderdale Sorry, no COD'S 1501 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PARK FREE' SHOP JM EY£^ NIGH! TIL 9:30 barton's* uiit-hitxvd vh a n u k a It rh twata tPtt •2.2!> bo The Menorah, 15 ounces of Barton s famous continental chocolates. andies m the center of the box are colorfully foiled and packed to resemble a Chanukah Menorah. Bartonettes. one pound of parve miniature chocolates, beautifully gift-wrapped with a mosiac Menorah design on the box. A favorite selection. JM CANDY, first floor ami and fort lauderdale Sorry, no COD s



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vH> December 3. 1965 ••Jewish ThrMlir Page 7-B j| Conservation Expert Lowdermilk 191 Address Technion Meetings Here WnlIl| day I-owdermilk. irorld'a foremost autho'"',„ (he field of soil conscrva d long associated with K ,,,:ns to expand her rces. will address too meetings sponsored by .. ,„ the Technion-Israel rtuie of Technology. Ttechnion, Israel's oldest unian d the only institution of learning in ,hat cmmiry sngiiMtflng sciena 300-acre site on M i arm 11 in Haifa. Almost -I node ;raduata and graduate CgQts pursue their higher techition on its campus. which includes every facility of a modern engineering center. Dr. Lowdermilk, who established the Agricultural Engineering Department at the Technion, and Dr. S. Fred Singer, dean of interplanetary and environmental sciences at the University of Miami, will be prininnamon 'N Ipple Latkes I tki -" Who doten't? to add this spicy your latke leper sugar salt innamon ii r ipped cooking apples •tr.l flour grated lemon peel i lil cinnamon intil light and foamy %  poons sugar, iinamon, and water : .1 Stir in chopped : and lemon peel; mix %  to i inch depth (> l in large heat > latke. drop about ixture into hoi oil Prj on each side rown. Add Planters ,ineeded to keep for trying Dram •ii ab sor bent paper. i cup sugar and 1 inanion for topping. ii '(-innamon mixture ;es, Serve immediateax at cipal speakers at a luncheon meeting this Monday, sponsored by Sidney Ansin, president and board chairman of Sunbeam Television Corp. Leaders of the Miami business, scientific and educational community are expected to attend. On Tuesday evening. Dr. and Mrs. Lowdermilk will !*• guests of honor at a cocktail pert) given by Mr and Mrs. David I'onve. of 5915 Pine Tree I)r Mrs. I'onve is a vice president of the American Technion Society. Dr. Singer recently returned from a survey trip to Israel, where he proposed a faculty for advanced planning for the Technion. which has stimulated much inlereat bath here and ill Israel. Both functions are arranged under the auspices of the local chapter of the American Technion Society, with offices at 1 Lincoln Road Building, Miami Beach. Judge Frederick N. Barad is president of the local chapter established more than a decade ago. B'nai Sholom Schedules Dance •Swing Your Partner Hoe Down" will be the order of the Sal urdaj evening affair, being sponsored by Temole B'nai Sholom Sisterhood on Dee 11 at the Temple. Chairman of the event is Mrs. Louis Deutseh. with Mrs. Arthur Marklej and Mrs. Harvey Strauss in charge of tickets l Inger Opens it Fontainebleau i Kmond opened in the m's swank Club Gigi a niie week engageFrench Canadian i aptured the attention i agencies all over already has made • .i ancea on top televariety shows, as well nightclub engagements. to the Club Cirii successful engagement 0' the Strip, Dunes esl and smartest supI iYt gas, Nev. itrful young singer will lined by Lenny Daw son S • ietj orchestra, with al 10 p.m.. nightly.— S.T. elle Barth low At Dore's Mumi Beach after-dark fun once again bright with • d Mi-s Belle Barth Restaurant and Lounge SI and Collins Ave 1 Ider ol the strictly adult vaI lure's these nights as h Stan in the nightly anklin presentations in recentlj completed i %  concert tour and an in Las Vegas ATTENTION! Jtiwiri Home for the Aged THRIFT SHOP WHS YOUR DONATION NOW! '^NITURr--"APPLIANCES" %  aOTHING'-"jtwilRY," etc. jk"AII Items Tax Deductible CALL 696-2101 Unlock The Door To Better Nursing Care... m Professional Staff Registered Nurses round the clock PhysioHydro Therapy Occupational 4 Recreational Therapy 192 Beds Private. Seai-Private I Multiple tooas Chapel All Faiths Beauty Shop Barber Shop Spacious Patio Central Air Conditioning All on one floor Safety Features Handrails in corridors 1 bathrooas Oieis Catered To Kosher Kitchens available *•**!% an* T^^K^S* 00 ^i v te* T ^eefoaa and ..^7' '.r: ^-K^,^^ OUv&* Manor IVurrinc/ Home 1235 N.E. 135th Street North Miami Administrator: Carl Kaplan Phone 751-9791 Aaa't. Adnuaistrator: Martha Wallace



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Deceir. her 3. 1965 k**l*t /Jrr/nFitr Page 15-A. uhts of war are put aside temporarily as Marines of the h fail rcrticipate in religious services conducted by berl L. Reiner (right) against a backdrop of sanded bunkers on a hill near the command post of the 3rd in Da Nang, Vietnam. THE WEEK... US I SEE II lin the I I I t It I Continued from Page 4-A pulpit, which is as the American nity ai to the ish Committee from Buenos Ures izes tinpoint agency of the lewish community, to i it c ize ma izatioi here m Latin Amer far, the D \i \ ul the B'nai B'rith. DAIA is right or -i inc i. • usl of son e "i ,1 ; • m aci, until recently, more ~u'>tle. sophisticated and hence effective How much more sensitive to "meddling" should, say non-Jew ish agencies, ultimately become to the upstaging of what is. after all. their own affairs' I mean, of course, the Vatican For pity's sake: Let Home have its Ecumenical Council, it does, in fact, belong there In the final analysis, it seems sad that the American .lewish Committee, only a short while ago SO reticent and retiring, should now be outdoing all others in the field of exi chatter. AJ( en: tdvancement of human affairs is legion, hut its weakness where Ecumenism is concerned ma> well harm more than it-elf. :i\iioR CITIZENS ; _, lO. l.i fROK" AS"' 1 SPECIAL CRUISE FAffS.! NASSAU FLORID* 3 days •SO; A d aysSS •:iay* I tl PST kSSgg parts*. 3d.,*) %  B9 !' Join your friends for 3 or 4 days of pleasure and tenure aboard tha newly modernized S S FLORIDA. Fifty of 200 outside, first class staterooms reserved for you on each cruise. Then special crultt farts also include: Al meals—delicious and hearty — including Gala Captain's Dinner • Floor shows, movies, dancing, games • Cruisa Director, Ship's Doctor • Captain's Cocktail Party Duty-free shopping right on board Fun and frolic all the way! SHIP IS YOUR FLOATING HOTEL docks at famous Bay Street m downtown Nassaj FREE CHARTERED BUS SERVICE from Hollywood 1 Ft. lauoerdais to shipsidt and return. •Effect..e thru January 14, 1966. eDt on sJil'njs of N"vemb"r 22, Decenoer 24, 27 and 31, 116S _,taT "*V -c-f>cp • ?*0 %  STEAMSHIP COMPANY -NO. 2. •• Di.d. 6. 10th St.. Miami, Florida 33101 • St. FR 9-3836 Criticize Reparations Delay Cortinoed from Page 1-A Government for evading the start of negotiations with Israel about economic aid to the Jewish state. Dr. Goldmann voiced his criticism at a dinner here marking the 20th anniversary of the liberation of the Jews from the Nazi concentration camp in Bergen Belsen. More than 1.000 persons attended the dinner at which Brig. General II. L. Glyn Hughes, known as "the liberator of Bergen Belsen" because of the role he played in bringing freedom to the camp inmates, was honored Dr Gold matin said that coming generations ol Jews must always remember the Nazi holocaust and thai "the Germans must always be reminded" about it. General Hughes appealed to the world "never to forget" the crimes of the Nazi regime. The Nazi concentration and annihilation camps were "the worst honor story of the war." he said The dinner was arranged by the World Federation of the Bergen Belsen Associations and was presided over by Josef Rosensaft, president. Among the principal LOW SUMMER RATES! HIGH VACATION FUN! NOW'S THE TIME TO VISIT Nassau -jr-v | and the Bahama speakers was Dr. Jacob Robinson. export on international law and coordinator of research in the Jewish Catastrophe of Specialized Historical Institutes. Israel Consul General Michael Arnon brought greetings from the Israel Government. Addressing a meeting of the North American executive committee of the World Jewish Congress. Dr. Goldmann said that the Soviet Government has become more aware of. and sensitive to, the situation of Soviet Jewry. While the situation had not fundamentally changed, he declared, there seemed to be certain indications of positive developments, such as permission to allow between 20 to 25 students to attend the Moscow Yeshiva; the fact that the Jewish theater in Vilna will become a state theater and that there will also be a Jewish theater in Moscow Presiding over the meeting. 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