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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY

Number SO
Miam:. Florida. Friday. December 10, 1965
Three Sections F:.ce 20c
Exhaustion Fells Hospitalized Eshkol
AT WEIZMAWN INSTITUTE FUNCTION
Vice President
Calls for Peace
In Middle East
.IT.*.) Vice
- rl H Humphrey
Monda n.. it i
iritj in tru- Mi-)
:'>r freedom from
tion' in thai regi ,n
'' \1>I< Ill
eriny the princi-
i 1 200 truest* attl D I
i rating 'he Jist
of the mitulioti of
i i-.r the Welsmann
nee at Rehovot,
. conducted by the
munitti for "
under the presid
.im Fi nbei t u rn <1
Ii to the late
\I l(iy Legion
Award Bar
To Rabbi


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itndraw al be
Stoke* noti-
.1 no! accept
dishing
te was an
ai I
' n pot com-
'"-*' I thai he believed
rcn'" .o It-a
Heibeil M 11 hmaii. tenner Ooe-
rnor ol Sea York and IS Sena
\i. annoancenienl waa made
laal the Uciznann Inatitute i- el
' ah*i a reai an b i hair in the
letici nuclear phytca loi peace
... purpose* in Um name ol Mr
Lthi ..! the hono.i | gt* !ta
;p>-tinii( en Poe IJ-*
Doctors Forbid Israel
Chief to See Visitors.
Conduct State Affairs
vut ptis tr. u Hu-miii
In, lorn from OQlfatiofi
Only 2.500 Jews Left
In Egypt Communities
ITA Protests
over the ac
\ r.i .in Le| k 'i
eing a Good Qoe-
to .i Boston rabbi
., IponSOr of the
w .i -hiu^toti i ro
Statea Involvement
ar
n Legion Poal
.i n< >l to present
l i land is *in
onal chaplain
War \ terani of
i ardlnal Cuata
Boston, and
lokes .'r of tlve
i'I Ma&sachu-
ere at hc.lulcd
im|ual on
NEW YORK fJTA) The
rteut i nil Jew
con n 11111 ^ "
about 2 Stai .- I
.minishoil ondi r the i !
feets of a nea haraaemnal techni
according to i report received
!> the Uncr.can .' ariah Com-
ite<
During the past thru- months.
the report states c.n the basis of
inten with .- in w all In
i well a- with relief agency
nuiav about IM Jews lett
Kjypt Sum i xpi il i
ifl i t.-c! i n\ chol
.: !'. I \ I .illli
.i..-. d to h i till ithera had
>.., ned '' leave for tome time hut
ii n recentlj were able to acquire
ihipping -pair. Iwaya in snort
uppl) over the nunmei monthi
.ii those who left about loo have
ough Prance
Of the 2.500 Jewa remeiniofl
in Ecypt 1.800 In Cairo, t, -
Continued on Pp. 3 a
Nazi Parly Quarters
Seized for Tax Debts
MASHING 1"\ (JTAi "The
Km, .i: n...-i Party ia noa in
(he bandi of the Govei nent
Ceorge Rocfcwi !l h ader ol the
declared here I
i- n kriin
hj '. S Ii
Ret ie Service atrnl
(9,278 in '
; .. 11 \
IRS ikei
ml ii rl ided i"
iii-nt. jii.l i 11 oi il ini
1964 ard
. v..-I headquarters is
Ii aaed J 'hi pai'
Th IRS obtained conitn' o
tho landlord to kaop the proparty
rued in tha building tor tha
lime be.ng. Property sailed in-
cluded expensive printing equip-
ment which printed multi-color-
ei anli-Si-milic and anti-Nejro
literature.
It \-. .is indi led that thi N'a
conl lo operati I rom an
si ton
. rai louse Rockwi IPs
\t ihe raided
.),., ri.
ir duty keeping membership
ign
lit | Wll
ng room An
IKS offii thai il the N
n not pay Um La aea, the
l Mill U'
Continued on Page 2-A
liilr House Justifies I'AK Aid
(SMKOt VOKtt WAKHIH6 f 461 A
I JTAJ The it W Komcr Deputv Special Al
tM ratinu on sistant to IMrsuilrnt Johnson for
me aid to national neaaity affaira, wrote
r it would Saa Scotf trut We havfl not it
'i and con Egypt or other Ara' countno. in
I !c> wou'd fer from our policy that their jt
w White HotsM t'tude toward Kngiand. IsroeJ ami
^ o,-m,,i s. ,lujfn Sfot, ot|)ef. pro.wextern governments in
" K,"Pubucan. the Neex Cast wos a matter ol u>-
i fferencei to ua Ben Scott had
old the White li.him' thia would I<
dicated if aid to Egypt wen- it-
wmad.
Mr Komar said tha situation
was "quite the contrary. We
have alo carefully considered
whether U.S. aid to Egypt of tha
Continued on Page 5-A
JERI SAI KM II \ l'nmi
Mini ter Levi Eshkol waa boa
Htalized here Iral nighl for what
has physicians diagnosed a- "gen
ial exhaust on Rumors that he
had suffered from pneumonia wire
lispi II .1 b) a medical bulletin i-
ue.l that reported Mr Eshkol had
i" be taken t.- t ie hospital be< a
>i "g iu al akm tans. ,i hj
!n .1 ai r, work follow i
j cold
In addition to working hard on
s ifforts......pm oalition
Governmenl Mr Eshkol had staj
ed up all : '.
n:nht. watching Israeli
its His ph) said
he) ordered ......plel i psl for
h ii ; atii nt. who is "
m Ic I ih.it he shun all v isitors
ng the next feu days He
i e in the hi tpital 10 .. I was
ndu ..
Mr. Eshkol's hospitainaton
will delay formation of fh new
Cabinat. He has appointed a sub-
co-nmittee to continue ta'Ws
about formation of the new Gov-
ernment. Last Friday he offered
new concessions to the Inde-
pendent Liberals in talks which
he had with their leaders.
nulls ol his talks to i
ated al the Independent
I il i rala and the leftist Mapam
common >m>und
the I'm nne: Mapai Achdut
nut conditions for
thi next coalition The
National R<
. mher ..f the ;
net. c 'in. I


Israi' -
mued on Page U-A
Jewish Groups Defend
Programs in S. Ameriea
NEW YORK N \ The
lmei can leih Committee ami
'nai B'rith defended this week
eii pro ram* in South American
ommunil against complaints
l ne Jewish li adera
al Ihej had not been consulted
'ief re the programs wen init
ate
The comolainta were made
n i'\ -j- ikesmen for Argei
n>.is two major Jewiah organiza
t.ons, the DAIA, the central re-
pre >. and the Kehilia. Together,
ti< two organizations reprc
: oi the .sou.in*) Jews m Buen ia
Mres and the rural settlements A
pntina's northeastern pro-
wtue- The objections were con-
veyed to membera of a visiting
r ii an .leu ish Congress
ition
Dr. William A. Wexler. B'nai
B'ritS president, said the B'nai
B'rith program for Latin Aman-
Cortmued on Page A
AJCong Leaves Argentina
To Make Tour of Chile
II Ml s \i::ks The
21 nun.: .'ii ol
Aniel lean Jew i-.'i 0
ek for i '
tin- nexl ; their lour ol I al n
inti ies aft< r conclud
I ui" kll H-: \ isit to Al
then- staj here the
i n met ith lea
.,i lectori ol Jewiah
u || Mai a exeeutls e director
it th oi an zation, ho hi i
1 .1 the vitality
nt Jewish life here The Buenoa
kirea Jewish communitj he said,
organizational structure, de>
led k li i ship and the will to
- rvive 'iahly, auguring well
for the future American Jewry
can profit in many ways by the
Argentine example "
The \rgentine Jewish com-
munity, Mr Maslow asserted,
"neither needs nor desires inter
vention bv Amencan Jewish or
W.tt mAUOM
ntereata and the American Jewish
Congress agrees thoroughl] with
gani/ations in defending its own this point of view


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Abess Human Relations Award Will Go
To Orlando TV Exec and Dade Schools
l>aJe County Public School Sys-
u n and Joseph l. BraolUMr, prc*i-
dent of Television Station WFTV
of Orlando. Fla.. will be jointly
honored with the 1866 Leonard L
AbtNi Human Relations Award, it
a> announced Wednesday by
Judge William L. I'ailot. chairman
nl the Florida Regional Board of
the Anti Defamation League of
B'nai Brith.
The award is given annually to
recognize the efforts made by an
u.divuJual. organization. inMitu-
tion or medium of communication
for furthering the goal of better
human relations and contributing
substantially to the well-being of
citizens of the State of Florida."
The preenttions art tctwd-
ulsd to b mad* at a luncheon
at the Dupont Plaza Hotel on
Jan. 16, with BrecSnr receiving
the award in person and the
Dade County Public School Sys-
tem being represented by Super-
intendent Joe Hail and var-
ious members of the
Dade County School Board. The
award luncheon will highlight
the annual meeting of th Flor-
ida Regional Board of the Anti-
Defamation League.
HUTy Botwick, chairman of the
;.\\ards committee, declared that
m naming the Dade County rub-
in- School System, we recognize
Ihe siunficant manner in which it
has served the interests of a vast
body of people ui implementing
the true meaning of a public school
system in a democratic society.
The Dade County schools have
been in Ihe forefront in carrying
out the mandates of Ihe Congrea
and the courts in fulfilling the
American dream of according an
equal education to all students.
it has contributed immeasura-
bly to the well-being of the nation
by performing its functions with a
proper concern for the riuhts and
needs of all of our people."
In citing Brechner. Ihe commit
tie indicated that "we seek to rec
ognize the multitude of ways in
which your voice has been heard
as a spokesman for decency and
honor among men. You have re-
mained steadfast to the democratic
credo of equality and justice for
all. opposing extremists of both
the right and the left, who have
ought to undermine our American
heritage "
The Abess Award carries with it
a SI.000 research grant in the field
of human relations contributed by
Miami |>hilanlhropist l.i-on.inl I.
aIm-ss in honor of the .tu.ml win-
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Stait I, was fuaal speaker at a
meeting to be held a) Pythian Hall.
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Nazi Quarters
Seized for Taxes
Continued from Page 1-A
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the Govern men I
Rockwell staled that he had
been negotiating for several
months on the past-due taxes
Claimed by the Government. He
said "we told them we eoiddn't pay-
it We just don't have the money."
The Nazi leader said that to free
the property the party needed a
lawyer but couldn't afford one
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Friday December 10. 1965
-knlstHrrlrftor
Paqe 3-A
i Egyptian Jewry Vanishing
Hartmon, of Miami Beach, roturns from Now
::e dedicated the million dollar Gus' .v.- Hart-
' and WHA in Far Rockaway L. I built as a tn
ludqe Gustave Hcirtmon. Left to right are
. resident of the new V. Mrs. Hartman hon
hm son Kenneth Hartman; and Jan Barl member
of. truflte-
Mas sin Will Lecture Sunday
. Maaain oftheUni- Pro! Maarin aaa itudiea] and
i tj Miami, will bo gue*! taught m man> parti of tho world,
tho regular Sunday iru.lll(lin., Mexico. Europe and
N at Tempi,- land Nort|i Afn(;i jml U;i, ,.xhll>ltwl m
in Art wfl b,- h.s th<- major pflartei of the l'itd
State*
Continued from Pig* 1 A
balance in Alexandria the
maiority tre either stateless or
of foreign nationality and so re-
quire residence cards. The new
technique of the Egyptian Gov-
ernment involves the expulsion
of those Jews who *r both state-
less and have properties under
sequestration. Papers given to
expelled Jews have differed from
those usually carried by Jews
who decide to leave Egypt. The
usual documents simply say that
the bearer can not return to
^9/Pt. mm -
i ... apt ra are no car
reading "Musi leave
Egypt bj with a refen
, rpecific date At Brat aome ol
the persons expelled were placed
under house arrest and escorted to
ihe pit i be< -> thej could not
booking prim to the deadline Im-
posed for departui e
\> ci i dii : to these srrit als,
there la no popular reeling against
Jews despite diatribes against la
rael both bj the Government and
the Arab League Nor, the report
continues, have Jewish community
properties in Egypt been affected
m recent > ean
Tho Alexandria community con
tinues to own apartment buildings
and othor real estate It maintains
,i Jewish old-age home with 50
that a ei rally filled a
refuge with '.w rooms for those
w irhout tho means to rent loci
and title Is retained t<> modern
-.: ool buildings, built original]) to
accommodate 2,000 students, as
well ,i- tn sji rids,
The number ol synagogues is too
large for the size ol the Jewish
commiimu but dailj services ara
held m them, in rotation, so that
nn question ol abandonment
should arise Onl> :t7 Jewish chil
dn n attend school in tin- buikl
along with 800 Mosfc Wren
with teachers ami a directoi
nisfted bj the Ministr> ol
lion, "a ith otilv oni Jewisl
teat her in attendant
"The pressure on Jews is as
individuals," the AJC report
points out. In addition to expul-
sion, other harassments exist;
government bodies and many
nationalized industries will not
hire Jews while private employ-
ers srt afraid to; Jewish busi-
nessmen live in constant fear
that their businesses will be s-
questened; businessmen having
to deal with the authorities must
use an Arab intermediary.
The older Jews, the report i
-. seem to w ish to ine out
ti ir lives in the land and
ndli i !> whu-h 'l t\v art
m i i in fit-ling among
thai
For then I ypt IT*
pxpei ''i leai die report st U -
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Saturday. December 18
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The First Night of Chanukah
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appear in a concert of classical Israeli
and Yidd sh favorites
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Volume 38 Number 50
Friday. December 13. 1965
16 Kislev 5726
The Old Must
Look to the Young
Age and political leadership seem
to go hand-in-hand. President Ken-
nedy astonished the world when he
was elected at a youthful forty-two.
Many acerb cartoonists, failing to
share the joy of hi success, por-
trayed him in infantile bib.
Charles de Gaulle, at seventy-
five, is today fighting for his political
life, determined to achieve a new
seven-year term >n office in a nation-
al runoff next Dec. 19. While the
vigor of West German Chancellor
Erhard, himself well-advanced in
ace, speaks for itself.
The news of Israel Prime Min-
ister Eshkol's "exhaustion" and hos-
pitalization is disquieting. At seven-
ty. Mr. Eshkol is apparently tired out
cs a consequence of his campaign
against seventy-nine-yeoT-old David
Ben-Gurion who. himself, suffered
dizzy prostration and was confined
to bed immediately following the
Nov. 2 elections.
Particularly so far as Israel is
concerned, this seems to highlight
the complaints of younger career men in gov-
ernment who say that they are barred
from the inner circle of power by the "ancients."
The revolt of the "young Turks" several
years ago, briefly led by Gen. Dayan, is based
on the realistic complaint that the country's
venerable leaders simply won't "give up." Per-
haps it is less a matter of giving up than horn
time to time letting in newer and more vigor-
ous blood. Eshkol's indisposition and Mr. Ben-
Gurion's. to a lesser degree, suggest the fool-
hardiness of their exclusive policies.
It is no longer a matter of personalities
where the battle between youth and age is
concerned. The Prime Minister's current "ex-
haustion" suggests, indeed, that it is rather a
matter of the nation's welfare, and that the old
should increasingly be looking to train the
young in the affairs of state.
Rabbis in Spotlight
Two Greater Miami spiritual leaders rep-
resenting contrastinq movements 'n Judaism
will be honored by the>r congi egctions and the
community starting this weekend.
On Friday evening, Dr. Herbert Baumgard.
spiritual loader of the Reform Temple Beth Am,
will be sina'ed out by Beth Am for his ten years
of leadership in the pulpit of the conqregation
since its founding a decade ago. 'See Page
13-A-.
Next Thursday, Dec. 16, Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan, pres.dent of the Greater Miami Rab-
binical Association, will be similarly honored
by his Orthodox Sky Lake Synagogue for his
thirty-five years in the rabbinate, which began
in our community. iSee Page 10-A).
Both men are rendering significant service
to the congregations and the community they
serve. Dr. fccrumgard can look back proudly to
the fledqu g Beth Am whose pulpit he assumed
in 1955 as the South Dade Jewish Center and
contrast it with the large and vigorous temple
into which it has grown today.
Rabbi Caplan's many decades of service
in the cause <~.f Judaism and his recent founding
of Sky Lake Synagogue cue also sources of
deep satisfaction to his dedicated leadership.
MUMQFD&nS'$H4Ttf
Sam Blank Lectureship
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation is
now planning its th'rd annual Contemporary
\>-h Affairs Lertureship tor Dec. 20 ct the
Dupont Plata Hotel.
The lectureship e::jjwd by the Sam
Blank and Family Foundation, is designed to
offer our community an evening of Jewish cul-
tural distinction, featuring a noted intellectual
expert in his field in American Judaism
Federation thus departs momentarily from
its vital, lite-saving endeavor as Greater Miami
Jewry's central fund-raising and community
planning agency to give an insight into pre-
cisely what our Jewish culture, heritage and
tradition are, making more meaningful for us
all this endeavor and its principal purposes.
Dr. Salo W. Baron, noted Columbia Uni
versity professor of history, wus guest lecturer
in 1963. inaugurating the lectureship series.
Last year's distinguished speaker was Dr
Abram L. Sachca. president of Brande.s Urn
versity.
Judging by the record the renes has already
scored in its brief history, we can anticipate an
equally vigorous program Dec. 20. one as m
formative as the others in emchasizmg our
aims as a welfare-minded Jewish community
ever sensitive to the needs rf our brethren both
at home and abroad.
Mr. Blank and his family, longtime leader*
in the Greater Miami Jc-v. .eration, as
well as in welfare and humanitarian activities
here generally, deserve commend... the
role they are playing in presenting th
munity. as sponsors, with .ins lectureship series
Miami Doubly Honored
The Jewish Funeral Directors ot .-'
have chosen oar community tor the orgumza-
tion's national convention start.:ig h
Sunday.
Greater Miami is doubly honored. C
more, we have been selected as the site of a
ignificanl body's naiicnw.de conference,
again giving credence to our city's growing
stature as a major metrop:
Also, a Greater Miamian. Edward Newman,
has been chosen for election as the organiza-
tion's national president.
The convention of the Jewish Funeral Di-
rectors of America is gathering at a time when
national attention seems to be focusing on a
number of issues involving the relationship be-
tween families and funeral piofessionals on the
occasion of bereavement.
The Jewish Funeral Directors of America
and its new president, a noted
munal iccdei in our com:-
pected to pay considered attenl UM.
.3 before them toward a m<
Behind the Rafi Power
Play Were These Men
By J. S. GOLDSMITH
Let mi' introduce the new group
by its proper n a m C Roshimat
Poale Israel (List of l>raeli Work-
er* i in accordance with modern
..-. it iv known <>\ the first let-
ter-, of the words of its name, and
-> nappes to read as well
Kafi" Whatever nanpaea t<> Ball
ifter the elections. Israel will Dei
er Ix" the -anie anain once Rafi has
made its appearance on the polit-
ical scene It was born out of a
revolt with Mapai
It is still not a fufl-fledajed t*>lit
icaj party since BenOunon. I*ere.<
and their fellow lea lers of. Kafi do
not concede the right of Mapai to
expel Ihem What with late night
meetings in private houaca and
<' me chaps unable t>> *.i\ openly
whether the) go with Bad .>r stay
with the old party the name Mafia
.r it ifi .nines to uuii.l natural!) I
tried it out on Rafi leaden some
i>f them my dear friends and
their reaction wej that, while U
ma) not he proper to call a re
spectacle croup t>\ tlu* discredited
name, it r gevsrt -eismsgh for a
'i Hut uh itc\ er 'her re ic
the name si icks Tel \\ i\ ians
. sense of humor
An Avner
II- Rafi is n v installed
. <\. ( \\ lerj
d edafi with Vr \
><; or H)< p Me vfung I
i an* V- ;-r.'' < t -.
-tsff
lTiil"iHiir/l-i A" Me
is a -iovrriiist and the son of a
ournalist, born in K o v n o and
hrouoht to Israel as a small boy.
Prom Kol Israel he wen* to Lon-
don on a soecial mission for the
Government
He returned Some larsl \ ir to
ome Rshkol's speech writer,
hut went hack t<> the radio sen c<
isked f'-r extended leave and t.>->k
on the K-ifi task If I wejv n" 00
enl "f Rifi I would be a little
worried *.ri known all the tricks
of the game He la knoweedseahle,
clever, intelligent and wttt)
We know, of course, that Peres
n I Joseph AI mom are the No 2
.' \'n rt of Rafi N >. l being
; rf Rafi .met yet n.* complete
'- of it "Can you cnt'i! Vesu
vim? asked i It..fi karier
admonished for i><; s behavior It
.....- B <' did not c-ojk*uh the
'{ifi managemerrt whether to
tend Fharett's funeral h* did not
tttend I
What i- more he sits al home.
Pbderoi Keren Hakavsjmel
writes copious letters in pencil
in which he i) -
w hal he likes and !' ~ s> me i
.if He publ
till- ffort
i- [.'v ... !> i> i,i Beat .
Prh ,- published on Pri-
n ii n k
..... BG Would not
Prim! '
nexl ime
Nevertheless people make al-
lowances for him. "Well at 79,
what do you e*oe of excises. Peop'e also pray and
hop* that he will oo down in
history as the foi/nder and first
Prime Minister of lirael, the
conqueror of the Arabs in 1948
snd 1?S6 the creator of the Is-
raeli army, the unifier of the Is-
raeli educational system, the
irltitor of noroarty labor ex-
changes for all citiiens.
ti- -> m aal aohievenv i
Peri ips people will one day for
thai ha also solil his o
ed political havoc in Ii
r.u-l it; 1965 Joshua I- known |fl
: as the conqueror .4 I
few remember that he
is) man to gel afcna with
fiom Mapai'' The politic^ ..
B.G s He claimed that the Eshko
Government had over the yean
I ursued a cours<> of trim nun-.:
lice had not teen ils folding light
fhey had not been intr-reM.-
.incline: out exactly what hapi-
in the Lavon affair Party t-,
ben, and aUo other ntizens
said, had been made to i..
Una by fraud and irtimid..-
Economics rf Rai
lavon Affair

i
tl
Presumably iM'.ii wo-jkt m
com" th poweY '
the election on Nov. 2. be
resurrect the Lavon affaii
e hia, how e\ >-i wa- 1
'lectoral a~M-t People di 1
A..nt to ." into thi> besttii st ,
1 he) sre quite happ) to ;,., ,
'' future historian
The economics of Raft are
those of Peres, who is a irMiMa
economist but not en active one
having neglected his homework
over the years in favor of mor
urgent tasks. Peres, to be sore
is personally bitter. He was
very able Depsrty Defense M.r-
ister for years; seats in the Cab
iret became vacant from time to
time Mapai seats foo; ye* Esh
kol kept him down and he had to
be satisfied with the 10b of i
q'orified purchasing agent. Thi
is rot gcod enough for en imb
tious man in his middle forties
Bui '-
on lea of Israi H
,.;. t' a the '
[a ael ives beyond iN rm
expansaoa was '
ficial, both in the public *.-,
ri" econom) and in the pi
He says that .in sd'
1 -1\ men) 1 |s ? -
an anruraent ff>aj_-
.-I. -rii M\ in Israel whe re
COO.OOO.oao tfif;'SalkajseM-oT Jr.;
rteVlai illH Feature Jusv f s
enter the country, on t p '
n^-- f.T exports
He ."s on to say that
ael' econom) needs an overha,
' sttune it to the i%"'~
ly enough, the opposition n En
' irvd always says it. whfle the r-
rng part) retorts that*'
being done > To th's Bshkoi
- thai immlgi stion 1^ go'i
apace dsweleajstneal is sai
torj and secarlt) i* as1 s'""1 <
nver, while edm-ation is i:'.-.'-"
ing ..!! th>- time Can an>
eminent have a better Bee
Ro'e of fhe Army
The Ral l< 'iters aJ>o
I arrancerrnv.'
*c h ho \ ui lah would
To w'm-li Mmvn le
reph thai It would help to
the wi rk.-- t |ar sal u
\l nai's ..-r..-i !h.- act
kchdul ivodeh adsich Is
n '.-l Besidea it
1 \ oies. a hid
to be desprwd In in Sjleeti >n
M tl time, Msgaai 1
sunendered am principles .'
f it were naJusag <
with 1 1
In 1 Nintr) Like Lsa te
I'nents ar*' tJ
The army r-* the civi' serve-
are not involved of co*r*e. Th.
is the bright side ef """'
comparison with the civil *'
in the last vears of the Second
Temple la silly. Then, two arnri
eommar-Jers were at the ntx'
of armies fiohtinf each other
now two super anno a ted po'
ti'isns art fighting each ofhi
while the army is bored with
it and gets on with its job.
Other parties also are
fiahnl .: h Herut I.'i- "
whirl
and khe 1 kharals csrtapH '
Ko| ,n.l oOVi!-
(bunded 1 few twid one^c-1
arbral
1 not g""'^

Herut a-'
[aecMp fan* "* xtw


Friday. December 10. 1965
+ l*y*l*t fkrWtr
Fcge 5 A
Prank Magrath Named Regional Director
Of Florida NCCJ Office Beginning Jan. 1
Freak J Ma-i;iih. regional ili enc* in Tampa, st Petersburg,
rector (or the Arizona Branch <>f ;na-nta and Brartenton
IDfi and J.'*>. ..." been named i
aj din.>:<>r of th* Florida Rl
active '""1 '
Magratli weeeeds the late Max
k.,i. He nll headquarter In
im nipervutfm ofliew and
chapter* at the National Confer
White House
Justifies UAR Aid
Continued rrwen Paga 1-A
ort we eontempU**- wovW
tignrficantly add to the liketi-
Kood ot" hostilities in tho araa.
Taking into account all tha com-
plei factor* bearing on such a
cn/ettion. we believe that our
preient policy it that best cal-
culated to preterve stability in
he Near East."
1 can butter aviire you that
, renUL'n alert to e\ery roMOfl
[,:. opporfanJt) to help relax ten
- oni and bnim about a reduction
il.. -mis race, the White House
tal --aid. He was hopeful that
he new aid agreement with Egypt
tould contribute toward these
He noted that the duration
d terau of the new agreement
,Ouid be significantly different
ran those of past agreements."
He revealed that President
ohnson, 'after carefully consider-
all the pros and cons" au-
i.l new aid for Egypt "on the
ng recommendations of the
- rrtary of State that it would
. e the national interest to do
the terms were satisfactory "
He will continue to serve as
a consultant to the U.S. Office
of Education on the Civil Rights
Act of 1**4. and to serve on the
national board of the National
Association of Interiroup Rela-
tions Officials. In Phoenix, Ma-
grath supervised the Tucson, El
Paso and Albuquerque offices of
the NCCJ.
I>r Sterling Brown, national
pn sidenl of the NCCJ. said Ma
grath also will act as a field con
Hiltant to the regional offices of
the National Conference in the
Southeastern United states
Prior tn his Arizona assignment,
Magrath was for five years the
NCCJ regional director in Louis-
ville, K) He earned a Master of
\r!> degree i" SOClOlOgy from the
I niversrty of Notre Dame He is
vice president of the Arizona Con-
ference on Social Welfare and a
Ix'anl member of the I'nited Na
Cohen Synagogue Hebrew Classes
Kabbi Tibbr ll stem, spiritual on Monday, Wednesdaj and Thurs-
leader of the Jacob C Cohen l om "Jay. 3 SO to 5 30 p on
.. Jacob C Cohen, president 01 the
munity Synagogue, announces that
ttrationa for the Talmud Torah
.tie open for boys and girls for in
' Mit/vah training for lw>\ -
i ongregation, has named the fol-
lowing to serve on the Heb i
School committee
Simon Jaray, chairman, Gao
Simon Alex Litman, Sol Krevat.
vVeeklj classes will be offered and Benjamin D WUson.
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Friday. December 10. 1965
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Latin America Programs Defended
Brandeis University National Women's Committee, Miami
Beach Chapter, recently held its fall luncheon at the Deau-
ville Hotel. Miami Beach Mayor Elliott Rooeevelt was princi-
pal speaker. He is pictured with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Leeks
left', who were honored for their donation of a Chemistry
Building to the university. Mrs. Arthur Jurkowitz, president
ifar right), conducted the meeting.
Sheriff Buchanan at Beach BB Lodge
What about crime In Dade
Com This current subject o(
interest will be discussed bj Sheriff
T A. Buchanan at the monthly
evening meeting Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge on Wed-
nesday evening at the Di Lido
Hotel.
Sheriff Buchanan's topic will be
' Vice in our Community."
Sheriff Buchanan la a graduate
of the University of Miami Law
School and a member of the Flor-
i*ln liar Association lie received
many decorations during the war,
including two Presidential fit .1
tjuns and two Oak-Ix'ai Clusters,
as a bombadiernaviyator in the
Air Force, having flown 38 combat
on.-.
Also to speak is Judge Jack
A. Falk, Criminal Court of Rec-
ord, to which he was elected in
1962 for a term of four years.
Falk ha been selected by
the Junior Chamber of Commerce
.- me "i the outstanding young
men in the tinted States lie
grad ia'.'d from the University "i
h '
Miami where he also received Ins
law degree.
Kiitcrtaiiiinetit will leature the
singing oi Mrs Henrj Balaban.
Arrangements Committee is com-
posed "i Joseph 1. Goodman, lo
president; lr\mu Schatzman, hon-
orary ['resident: Samuel Pascoe,
vice president
Syd Skolsky
To be Featured
Syd Skolsky, television, radio
and recording ssar, will in- fea-
tured entertainer at the North
Count} YMHA Senior Citizen
Friendship club's Chanuka party
on Tuesday, Dec. 12. it was an-
nounced at a recent meeting by
President Sarah Madison.
Hefre.shments will l>e served.
[allowed by entcrtainnmcnt and
dancing Other programs schedu-
led by the club consist of: Israeli
Night, film, song and dance Dec
8. 1 |> m the club's annual social
card party Dec 14. Culture Night,
;i gueal speaker
Continued from Page 1-A
ca had been initiated at the re-
quest of the Latin American dis-
trict of B'nai B'rith. "In an-
nouncing this program last
week, the B'nai B'rith stressed
that it would be locally planned
and locally directed by Latin
Americans through B'nai B'rith
affiliates on the continent," he
stated. B'nai B'rith has consti-
tuents in 15 Latin American
countries, he stressed.
Morn.- B. Abram American
.lew.sb CoKUnittee president, dec
lared in I stalement that the or
.ani/ation- pnkgra In Latin
America was started in i<48 "at
the request of communits leaders
in Argentina, who smafjat aaaial
ance and know how to help meet
Library to Mark
Book Month Here
Jewish Book Month will be celt
brated at the City of Miami Public
Lrbrar) on Tuesdas 8 80 p m
with a panel discussion on "The
Impact of the Jewish Writer on
Modern American Literature
Hannah Kahn. poetry editoi
the Miami Herald, and author o|
Eve's Daughter," will speak on
.tewish notes and DOCtT)
Fred Shaw, book editor of tlM
Miami News, will discuss prOM
writing!
Anne Safran. author of "The
I'lreburn will also participate.
Melvyn B Frumkis. treasurer of
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
will review "The Fireborn."
Louis Schwartz man. executive
director of the Bureau of Jewish
F.ducation. will serve as modera-
tor The program is co-sponsored
by the Bureau of Jewish Educa
lion of (ireater Miami.
APPRECIATED
Peop!e like you are ihe reason [I
a hat
butod to buil
institutions,, including LI Al.
of cot
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Boeing "0" icts wh sk vou to other
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pressing problems He aasertad
that from the start, the Commit
ha.i been conducted
in close partnership with auton
,,. >sish 1 organntationj in K>
gentina and Braiil which
views similar to our own From
lime to tune. ..s financial re
, es permitted, we have ork
with major groups in othei
rountrii < U he pointed out.
s been coopers
lion, with the Committee primar
il\ providing materials and other
resourci and serving as gd\ iser
to local bodies thai conduct then
own ir.an> pro airs
Mr Abram called the rrftJcMm
directed against his organisation
1 arti< ularly surpriamg" in view
,,i the fact thai DA1A officen
, rote to him on August -" I9W
after a three-week trip b) Com-
mittee delegation which he headed
in four South American countries,
I the DAIA often A warm
es; congratulations He sad that
in the letter, the DAJA lauded the
i ommittci deli gat ion tor
tions 1 a' the 1 nd
of the trip
Mr. Abram also said that on
Nov. 16 he received a letter from
officers of the Zionist Federation
of Chile on the first anniversary
of cooperation between the Com-
mittee and the Federation.
The officers said 111 the letter
that the) wished to take the occa
ci 1 Ktend our sincere thai.ks
for the interest and valuable help,
Ixith material ami scientific, which
the American Jewish I immittee,
hs given us during thi- period
The Ann rii an Jewish I ongn -
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38th ANNUAL CONVENTION OPENS ON MIAMI BEACH SUNDAY

0Funeral Group Elects Newman Chief
The 3nth annual convention of
the Jewish Funeral Directors of
rie* will take place at the Fon-
tainebiaao Hotel this Sunday
through Tuesdav Dec 16.
Kdward T Newman, of Newman
Funeral Home here, will be in-
stalled M president of the national
oiiMni/aUon
)\er 300 Jewish funeral diree-
lors from every section of the
I iied States and Canada are ex
I- ted to attend \nionc speakers
the program will be Dr Sam-
R Weiss, executive vice pre-i
'. 'he f'nion of Orthodox Jew-
i h ConcTeRations of America.
N-a York City, who will
k on Ijfe and Death The
Jewish View.' and Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitr. of Temple Merwrah.
"ii Beach, in an address on
I he Evolution of th>- Funeral Di
I >r as a Community Institu-
RabW Jolhu J Model, of Temple
t Fmeth of St Louts, will
.. so -|"
Thre will alto be panel
discussion en "Today's Problems
of the Jewish Funeral Director
jnd a C-limpes into the Future."
Moderator will be Samuel Paper-
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will be Andrew Fier, of New
Yorfc C ity, Stewart Guttermen.
New Yo'k City. Morton M. Sil-
I'rmin Los Angeles, and Stan-
ley Louis of Kansas City. Mo

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Rabbi Solomon Schiff of Temple
heth Kl m Miami will uive
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Dr Irvine Ichrman of Temple
Emam El of Miami Beach will
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tion al the ii inquel on
Thursday Dee 16, whin Newman,
president the organiza
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City, where he became a li-
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He w.is the first Jewish licensed
funeral director in Florida
Newman served in the Air Force
during World War ll as a surgical
technician and acted aa a chap-
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come one of the two managers of
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Friday. December 10. 1965
Eshkol Warns Against Nasser 'Ties'
I. AVIV (JTA) Premier
L Eshkol warned this week that
tl inclination of some countries
i cept overtures from President
N- it of Egypt to patch up rela
ti' s might endanger peace in the
lie East The Premier voiced
tl warning at muatering-out exer-
i of reservists and regular
t ps at the close of extensive
mi divers.
"The Nasser regime recently
m a high-level delegation to
Pi for talks with top French of
t .Is and a State Department
sp teaman announced in Wash ng
t thai President Johnson had au
tl ized resumption of food ship
ts to Egypt while the United
SUlM as negotiating a new aid
ement with Egypt >
These changes, the Premier
It d the troops, meant that Is-
rael's defense forces would have
tc do their utmost to defend
r*-* country and to serve as a
deterrent to aggression. He add-
t: a blunt warning that if the
c-oer to march was given, "we
w 11 carry the war beyond our
':ntiers."
'-sertinu that Nasser's hostility
I -1st Israel remained unaffected
i he poverty of his people and
I country the Premier ex| ressed
th< hop*- that the day would come
en the Arabs recognize that
Israel it Indestructible and can
i be destroyed bj local wars
li- called Israel's situation without
c trallel anywhere in the world
are u; a pernianeiit Stage of
- e. outnumbered in men and
ons," he said our defense
f< s are few agaUlSl many and
w Id have to rebuff adverse
of quantity b) quality "
state Departmenl spokesman
it Washington, meanwhile, an
i ced that President Johl
uthorized resumption of food
nts to 1 1 and I nited
officials revealed that the
I
airo will provide aboul S55.
10 in aid ovt r six month
I and would Ik- partly
dollars
erics said the h
' a- taken because of i
ent it \
Igyptian relations marked b)
E.
rather tl..,' |
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"he food aid agreement term-
d in June 1965
ssure I wjs
nted owl that Egypt was d'-
: ting its resources to acov-*
. -ra-T.odern Soviet arms, ship-
Q rice to CcTioriit co n
'- es, and having shortages thes
c*ated, filled by American a.j
fanny farmer in Miami
F.chards Departmenl stun- an
ICC that the popular Fannj
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Rep Ix-onard Farhstein. a mem
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cision declared '"I an disturbed
that the United states is opening
negotiations with Egypl for th
shipment of food These shipments
were halted last year when t'on
jress raised objections to Egyptian
policies which were both anti
American and inimical to the in
terest ot peace in the Middle
East."
Rep Farnstein stressed that "as
a minimum concession" the I'nited
States must request that the Egypt
ians cease using their resources
to buy arms, then ask the I'S to
make up their deficit with food
' I think it would also be wise to
negotiate with our food in favor
of settling the Arab refugee prob-
lem, open the Sue/ Canal to all
shipping. withdraw Egyptian
troops from Yemen; halt provoca
Uve propaganda; and anything
else that would help reduce Mid
die East tension" Rep SevntOUl
Halpern, New York Republican,
announced he is informing 'he
Executive Department that Con
'ressional leaders who are said to
have acreed on the re-umotio ol
aid to Egypt did not speak for him
The S'ae Department's cur-
rent thinking on Egypt was re-
vealed in a letter by Douglas
WacArthur 2nd. Assistant Se-
cretary of State to Reo. James
Srheier, New Yo'k Pemocret.
who had questioned the Depart-
ment about the orooriety of re-
suming large-scale fd at a time
whn Egypt is continuing to di-
vert its own resoerces for ac-
quisition of sophisticated Soviet
weapons.
Mr MacArthur said The is
sue is a complex one involving noi
only the totality of our Interest"
m the Near East but our wa) of
dealing with the whole family ol
emerging nations." Citing the
encouragement of the Departmenl
over the improvement of climate'
in dealings with Egypt, the official
added
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Jp*lslinrr*ftor
Page 9-A
T Plans Weekend Conclave Dec. 17-19
A relaxed moment in he midst of an extremely tight sched-
ule at Mt. Sinai Hospital's professor pro tempore program :n
.rger\ is captured by (left to right* Dr. Victor Dembrow,
-.-. airmen; Dr. Alfred Hurwitz. director of surgical services.
Koroe: Nakayama. president. International College cf Sur-
:is and guest lecturer, and Dr. David Brezin. director of
i'. duration at Mt. Sinai. The successful seminar was
at week and attended by over 150 area medical men.
SATURDAY fVf AT FONTAINEBLEAU
Evening of Elegance to be Theme Of
Ht. Sinai Hospital Annual Jubilee Ball
OHH HOUU roots. f Ml l#X

iit| '>( Elegance" ii
if llounl Sinai Hoapi-
snnual Jubilee Hall
Legal Fraternity
Elects Officers
n I luncheon i>f Phi Del
fratrrnitv alui'ini ,.-n
tr. following nee oflfcen
i k rt
H Butler president
Utrsnu in firsl vice
.1 lUn |hocketl sec
i ; tident Stanlej Kaplan,
Michael llerron lecrc
^hp the Ponlslnehlsau Hotel
Hnhrrt /. Greene is chairman.
Aiih his wife. Nancy, and William
H MarDonaM Jr.. co-chairman
"We: have just received con-
firmation that Vlvienne Delia
Chien is flying down from Net*.
York to alng at the ball." Greene
has announced.
"In addition, maunifuent deco
rations, ;. lavish cocktail hour,
i ntinuoua aoeiet) and i
: iran music Is planned, and a
luxurious electric foil carl will be
cnted luring thi
'-<)
Retu i \ at Ioni ma) be 01 tain< d
the Pul i R''
fici at Ma 11 Sin Hospital
M than 400 teen agera from
.ill leetiona of Dads Count} will be
tending the first weekend ">n
clave providing both cultural en
riehmnnt and cntartainmenl at the
YM and V.HA of Greater Miami
li < 17 to 19
I he condave will open officially
on Friday night, at 7 30 p m with
a tpeciaJ Sabbath tervice conduc-
> the '"> i an I girls n presen
mg i .ni< H ruoi high m hools
On Saturday, noted national and
wll speak to the
men and women concerning
U 'I the day Seminar
mi and workihopi will take
place
Keynote speaker at the Satur-
day luncheon will be Herbert
Mlltman, associate director of
tnt National Jewish Welfare
Board, wno will be coming from
New York to Miami specifically
to participate in the conclave.
others on the program are .lack
Gordon, member of tba Dadc
> ounty Board of Public Instruc-
tion, and president of the Washing-
ton Federal Savings and Loan
taaociatian, who will head the
panel on "Public Education;"
Mi.ton Friedman, of Miami, head-
ing the panel. "Juvenile Delin-
queney;" RabW Morris Kipper of
femple Judea, leading the discus-
sion on "Jewish Survival." Mrs.
Bettj Urn Barbteri. director of
volunteer sendees for the office
ni Economic Opportunity, who win
head a urmip cm "Tin- War on
Povertj
The Saturday sessions will re
CeCS lor dinner, to be followed by
.i dance to the must< m a live
oi chest ra
Chug Ivri hears
Noted Educator
Kir-' meeting of the season for
Chug Ivri, Hebrew-speaking group
of North Miami Beach, has been
of North Miami Beach was
held Tuesday, 2 p.m it rempl<
i ithoi Dr Joseph
rbram recentlj returned
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Friday. December 10, 19G5
Banquet Fetes Rabbi Caplan
estimonial dinner will honor
president of the Greater Miami
bbinical Aisociatioo for his 35th
u m a rabbinate al a ban
i here on Thursday, Dec 16.
ihe Deauville Hotel
Hansors of the function for
>bi Jonah K (apian are the of
en and directors of Sky Lake
- lagofzu-1 >! North Mi.imi Beach.
ore Rabin Caplan serves as -.pi-
lal leader
CJA Group
f n Dinner Meet
lendell M Seliy was host at a
rial guest dinner iMeffoa, of
home furnishings croup on be-
i oi the 196 Combined Jewish
!>e;.' \\'eeneaday at the Miami
tags Villas.
'itflig, chairman of the special
is committee was assisted by
man Lipzitl and Maxwell Wels
It. co-chairmen of the home
nfshings group, and A .1 Alev
ler. honorary chairman
'ommittee members were I/>uis
Adler. .1 William Baros. Jr.
id Bendail, Aaron Euster, Bob
gg, Dave Melin, Larrj Micksn-
.!. Hay Mufx'li. Anita Priest.
rrj Rich, Edward II Salomon.
William Sturman, Jerry I'ff-
and Larry Zirn
-

Rabbi Israel Millar, president
of the Rabbinical Council of
America, will be quest speaker
at the Dec. 16 function.
Kabbi Caplan is a Graduate of
Yeshiva University. His first pul-
pit was with the Miami Jewish
Conureuation of the Southwest,
forerunner of today's CongTegS
tion Beth El here
He served as spiritual leader of
Temple Beth El of Astoria. 1.1 .
for 16 years before being recalled
to Miami to take the pulpit at
Kneseth Israel on Miami Beach
After two \ears there, he was in
vited by Dr. Samuel Belkin. presl
dent oi Yeshiva University) to
head the South Florida Regional
Office of the university, in which
capacit> he served for five yean
Rabbi Caplan subsequently be
came identified with Temple
Adath Yeshurun on a part time
basis He later joined the Temple
a* Ma recular spiritual leader. He
recently resinned to take up his
present pulpit.
Rabbi Caplan and his wife. Lena
live at 1120 NE Miami Gardens Dr.
The) ha\e three children.
The Dec. 16 program at the
Deauville, In addition to Rabbi
Miller, will also feature the Rev.
Luther Pierce, executive di-
rector. Greater Miami Council
of Churches; Rev. Far. Donald
F. X. Collolly, of the Miami Dio-
cese; Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Young Israel of Greater Miami,
representing the Orthodox com-
munity; Dr. Irving Lehrman,, of
Temple Emanu-EI, representing
the Conservative movement; and
Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple
Beth Sholom, of the Reform
movement.
Taking part in the program will
be Daniel V Tunick. president of
Sky Ijke Synagogue, and Mrs
Asheri Etmelman, president of
the Sisterhood Harold Tnurman,
past president of Temple Israel of
Greater Miami, will serve as toast
master.
At the function, Rabbi Caplan
will he presented with a life con
tract in the Sky Lake congrega-
tion.
The organisation moved into its
new quarters last week at 18151
Pfl 19th A\e
In responding to the honor oc
CasJon, Rabbi Caplan this week
declared that "the Orthodox Jew
ish movement today is misunder
stood Rahhi Caplan. an Orthodox
spiritual leader, said that the mis
Understanding "is prevalent most
ly among Jews' of European origin
Tlu> fear that Orthodox) is .,
throwback to the past and re
flection on the lack of modern
ism
He said that todaj the voung
lew who consider- himselt
e in Ins Jewishness, has an
open mind and is willing to .'*
com meed
Referring to his own recent
tenure in a Conservative pulpit
and his return to Orthodoxy,
Rabbi Caplan noted that "many
young people are now willing to
test Orthodoxy and find it both
acceptable and inspiring. It
makes their involvement in
Judaism far more real."
(in the occasion of his 85th
in the pulpit. Kahln (apian is cm
rently writing a book on the ii
terpretation of rituals in Judaism
It is the interpretation oi these
Mayor Roosevelt
To be Speaker
Mayor Elliott RoOMVeH will ho
guest speaker at a maintenance
okt training rally sponsored by
Southeastern Florida Kcginn of
Women's American oHT. at Miami
Beach Federal, "75 Washington
Ave., on Tbursda) evening De
16th,
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In Ips OKT to operate, develop
and maintain hijjh level vocational
high schools where indigent Jews
are taught skills and trades mak
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**/*# Ihrlfrnr
Page ll-5.
joted Philosopher and Jewish Educator
o Address Mesivta Founders Dinner
(OMM1TUI .DVANCli HANS PAGf 8 C
of Mtnor ..i the Mesivta Mr- Mur
i .i> Berkowitz. pm i I of tin
Women --f Ihi Mesivta, i* ill exti i .
nel klesivta
\\ omen
inn Fos prof*
\ ,,t Ohio Slat. limn
chairman <>f Its
philosophy, will be
,.. aker al the klesivta
II Si "'I dinner Bondaj
5 30 p m .il !!> Pon
H
. its will "
ii. which will honor
i in: b school, Hyman
innoui
Dr. Fo, author of many phil-
osophical worki. has lorvg been
deniiried Nth the Hebrew Day
School moumtnl end it a vice
prrvdent of the National Asso-
ciation of Hebrew Day School
Ipta .
: Excellence in
liigh Sc hooi r ducation
,. ol hit addraa
v..-- \i.i <>f Creator Miami,
.,- tin- Louis Merv it/' r
,i ,- lot ated at IMS M
an I is the ""l> one ol Its
the Southeastern i>..rt of

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with ti-arhers m hat
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b to < dm atton
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ci immittee, an
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'iitNianrtin^ cantor-, m a
dead prv-entatum
on bi half f the atu
a ill i- David GaHmt, a
rotests Mount
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the 'abbi "he a right to do what
he rantt. This it |ust a matter
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which hav supported our
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ervices
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Lombardy Huitl,
Orthodo*.
ir'av ,i in Mil
AQUOATH ACMIM.
6306 Collins Avf
>' ,].,. 14., Mi > I
n
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AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 985 SW 67th Avt Oorthodex
Cantor Israel Kershner.
AGUOATH ISRAEL 7801 Carlyle Al.
Orthodox Rabb. Isaac Ever
,j at. A
i. Ill h.ll tlM Kll- ;
] .. : r||| I., *il
mk with The
...... | Mod< rn Amen*
i. ;." Mil P :"
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
16 Kislev 5:10 p.m.
tempi F OR OLOM Conservative
Trr 6W ?r, St.. Miami- "'
TFMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
rC.?y.- ; NEM,MLhowJ
Reform Rabbi Daniel M Lowy.
jacob c cohej co*uNrry; ^^,^.......,.,
., Waal >'...... '.
ISRAELITE CENTER J175 SW 1Mb
St Conservative. Cantor Louis
Cohen
,.-, md N:1i n m
w am n i :<- P '" '"r'
... y,., loavlah P.. I. mil. hi
I, mi Pn*lwi" \round '
\\. t' J-Jtordaj M m
Ave. Conservative Rabbi Man Lip-
ech'U. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
IETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con- i/fidA) "' "'':
servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Canter Bar M ttvah II ''l'!
wniiam W. Lipsor. | ., .ml Mrt liar rl Rl '
i.lS a m s. Ik at< 'i f i M > v'- "'r' N' '
........ Mahl '' mpla an 1 i i Mil cha,!
. Ua> i. ..,U IK III. <> -----a-----
M- X'' B'NAI RAPHAEL -401 NW HSrd St
' ,""*" '".JV Conservative .Ub, Harold Richter
bj M..I i Tempi, Saturday 9 a.m Bar- ,.rn,r
mon Porali U --- i '' MKrvab Cantor Jack Lemer.
i......i... Frldi
SVNAGOGOE. 1532 Washington Ava I
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H Starn.
I p m Satm-da; '"
n: "FMucatl.....n I'M'I"

KNERETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrf.eld
Cantor Abraham Seif.
i.-. ,i, da; I SO "i h"
inaja,. <,-, ... ;. 1.,. with .hi
Paax"
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB M E
4th Ave.. H.aleah. Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein. .....
>-. da) > Temi U I ST a-re .
" a
...i, .. Mi and Mi- 1-- "m"
LUBAVITCHER M :NVAN. MO Waeh ,., ,, p,.,.., M
ington 4ll-aod.-, RaaW.At.ra ,. -r
ham Korf. Cantor Erne.t Field. i.i,
M.AM, BEACH ItZ^CHAIM. 1544 '
Friday. December 101965
Coneerv.t.e '?!""""
ger Canto- Ben D.cka4>
, I.,
:
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. ..n ^
...
w'r,"c'< Ti_i.-a
, i, >'!.*' < !" ""
, ,-h.n." x'la-
. U.IH _
YOUNG ..RAtL'Sr MIAMIi BtACH
yj 44 Waaamoton Ortrnjaaa.
Stttiv a ta.
. .1 ilrllM
Portk i
IETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ava. Ortho-
oox Rabbi Solomon Schift
PTtdll) : :x 111
ng ip f.
Rlghu Mlncha : "i
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
don. Rabbi Berel Wein.
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ETH JACOB 301 Washington Ava
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
f n Sn i., .. in
-- on ru. \... Old P
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ETH KODESH 1101 SW 1th Ava
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Man
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ban-Art.
. K' I'M' S ni' n Kv-B
. ;, Mi .I M'- Ph i
i -,,k III Iwaat th< mea: -
... .. i.. ii. ~-
Stnf. Ii"" 'Purl !
l.m ii : u l "well in l*i
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BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
'3630 W. Dixie Hwy. Coneervative.
Rabbi Richard Marcoviti. Cantor
Seymour Hinkea.
- i..... d
I \ .--. I ; I mi -
. : Beth MoalM alj le~ T:alin.-
f.r .)>'
v pa l Mrthodlal Ohurok Vftitti
ill be) iriir> : I
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BETH RAPHAEL 1545 Jefferton
Ava. Conaervative. Cantor Saul M.
Brtrah.
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BETH TFILAH. *35 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi '-"oh E. Rackovaky
BETH TORAH o.in St. and N[ 11th
:.i |,| ha -. ,. S.boo
grad< l ..' '" ''" ,l'1 rv''
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CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MI-
AMI. 1242 Waahingtor Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Dov Roxencweig.
Waahrgton Ave Orthodox.
Abraham Straaafeld.
a
MINVONAIRES CONGREGATION
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.

OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeai Weber-
man.
lay ..SO
, Rome '
|t|| ',..,. : m Mln. Iim 3 p m
Rabbi TEMPLrr 2AMOSA 44 Zamora Ava
. p.m.

FLAGL5R GRANADA 50 NW 5Ht
PI. Conaarvative. Rabbi David Roe
anteld. Cantor George Goldberg.
Fril.i> CUeat. Ix>ul>
-. bwartsman, im Bun au
Lsh Bduratlon T '" nda In Ju
i* r i "..hi n and Ira S< iwh
poat- lH r Mm ah, :ll i ondui i I
i ,. with Hebrew hnol imlini- ,acc (vnardrlE
Onoc Shabbal hoe**d b) Mr and Mm SKV LAKE
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 4*
CnHlna Ava. Rev Cantor Sadi Nah
Ml lead
i' .. Mlnrha pm Saturday
.i in s. mi.n Ii- ii nlni I "'
11151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan. Cantor Louia Goodman
PYtdtv S l' ] in Ones Bbabta I
l> m Oal'tllnn Tin MewaaatT* ..f th.
Synnana-ue Rjibbl f> ilan i" h.....
membera < I hi H> Oman '!
, t-i s* rmi'i "Prayar la
i\ A ; \l ix |..i 10 p in
Jack 'iM-n and Iw and Mr- i
p hen Saturdaj < M m Ml
in.
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FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1S01
S. Andrewa Ave. Reform Rabbi
Richard M. Leviten. Cantor Jereme
Klement.
FT. LAUDERDALE JEWISH CEN- TEMPLE A DAT Hl"v ESIH U RU N Con-
TFB S47 E Oakland Park Blvd. aervative 1025 NE 113rd St.. Miami
Conlerr/tive: Chini" D.ckVon. p^e."- I ** gf^W *>1 S"
id.nt. Dr Jack L. Moer... cantor. ,4gJ f^' ~ .... .....
ucaocm rn[uv oaon p,n>lrM ,v l'nitt-dl SviutaT>: k'ooth M< rl-rrt
H"m*&*'E!.ZZ?7.r-."* .Tld.n,. S.,.;.,r CJJ.,.,rr TSV
_ i apaalli nn *i"iith xnd the >>n
aar.-iie Malurtta] I i Minrhk
5:IS ). m
KrldH> :1.". r ni *^4t." I .- rn
RaJbbl '".ri.se ill MiK-h* .'. p m
TEMPLE BETH AM 5950 S Kendall
a Dr.. So. Miami. Reform Rebb'
HOLLYWOOD TiMPLt SINAI. UB1 Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Johnson St. Conservative Rabat Kyrr.
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehuda* _
HetUjraun
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. Mh
St.. Homeatead. Conoorvativa.
Hebrew
inN4? ,tni^nKn trna-rn
"ira nx trwjiin wnnnf
it: i "i
,tt!X* inx^c n*:ni?,2 ,~dix
r,x D"onVjna nnx ^o nn
It : t t
k*j* *i3 .xin ] laxnn
.:*ixn *ri? 'tis*
^l1? rfrn*? "jon ht nftflfl?
ainvrn n-vim ^o "?tfl
T T
r"Tn*an ,n"3it>p>ym rmon
"^n1? "H? ^a:) ^ato cr?
-noDx nni33 nv .inn
-: i r t T
"13 ova xrixu msa uxi1?
nn*D3i o^iaijpn cnnin
k*? n-raa n-ar- ntrrn n-nr
II : t i -: t
jry^ jjrT| rpa nitrna)
- Mswdi
It is alreatly a tradition that at
.ne Pk-ss<>vr>iperiod thousands of
tmuiatl b(.->t .the beautiful sur-
mundings iff Mssada.
Between the salt city of Sodom
and the tf>eH Satis at Ein Gedi
InK a cbYrYWirrinK chain of high,
desolate. WrUMls of rock. Among
them stands mil the peak of Mas-
ada Nature made it into the form
of a fortress}, and hands of men
Lesson
nayn nwj
-d'-x D'lr5?? nppn'in
?& ncn na'3D3 d^'cs
t a a : -
.mxa
.DiTO n'Tani*y fg
/-ir]*v "Qiarrnxj^
D'l'^D mBrHV!, n3Z"D?
T : Too T T I
.D-xiDi D*aaii7 ovriai
,7\ra ^f pug DVi3 DJTT3
rnwa inix nr y3pn
nx vs*707\ anx n*i .nsaa
... T t :
nia ori-iin i^an .n:.;':an
,niain ,-\im paix inn *?v
p^i1? B'oon^ D'^iia
nrlta^ :x-t p\ ipra^
D*x!pn in-!3 ii msa"?
Romans ruined the Second
Tajmph? After a long war. a doom
ed lost war, every one of the fight
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD 13S1 8. 14th Ava Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.

TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH 7500 SW
ISBth 8t. Reconstructioniet Rabbi
Morria Skop.
r -|Hm\ v |j |. ., S. i-rii. Wh)
Uaxhiia .. Wrong
-., m Baimon "When T I
o
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1735 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Morton Malavaky. Cantor Er-
nest Steiner.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
Frl !i 11:15 p.m s. nn. n "II. r I
., Jo* ['-,-. ertoa OB
Ki n aa fur Jowiab Bun \ .!
o
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM 16B00 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
Krl'lay B:S0 p-en Harmon "Joaeph, Th.
el ..f I-'-.ni Rasa i" RU hea
ItiabtMM
S;. .1 ill. .1 k" TH
i Ion ae*rt i i

TEMPLE BETH TOV. MM SW ith
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Z
Glixman.
I'- '..v :' and '" p m > imori
Tnd. r III. W ,i in. i- B.I
I U.r a| naorod b) ;h- congresjal
SnturdH> a m
SYNOPS.5 OF THE PORT.ON OF THE WEEK VAY.SHLAH
And Ra.lxl died and was buried in the way to F.phrath -
t sanu S nilHehcm And Jacob set up a pillar upon her
Lrave" iCl.n 3519 20).
VAYISHLAH Approaching the boundary of the land of
Se.r whT^ h.f bn*herPIKsau dwVtt. Jacob prudently sent MM
^ng, r" ah,-ad to Inform Emhi Of hi. coming and of h,s wealth
Th, n.estengers returned with the new> that BmMI >ll ***
ine toward Jacob with 400 men.
Terrified. Jacob divided his camp into Iwo -g'^i0"^
,o ka> .U in the event of an attack '*" .^'"Jl^ ^
armiMd <-od to -ve him from his brother Jacob cro 5SS of Jablxik wilh his C.mp There, as he g*+~>
anuel approached and wn-Ml.-d nh him At 'he end of the
"tnieclJ k. angel decl.re.1 Th> name shall be called no more
J. b bt.1 Israel, for thou has, striven with God and .th men.
and hast prevailed" iGen 39 29'
Thus encouraged. Jacob met K^u-wno^hV^ ^and
utmost deference Embracing, the two brothers kissed. *. and
wen- reconciled Jacob journeyed on to Shechem Tb**B. 0M
rape of Jacobs only daughter. Dinah, by the pnnce o< ****>
led to th* vengeful destruction of Shechem by two of Dmah a
br0,p'r^*ding to BHh F.I. Jacob kept the vow he had madeJj
return there On the way. Kachae. gave birth IoJkJ*. "-
winnxN. *on Henjam.n But Rachel died in ch.Wb.rth and Ja
cob buned her on the way to F.phrath. which is Bethlehem
This raca^ntifv, tha Waattly Partial a* tha LM h aa-
tractad and basad wa>a> "Tloa Oraphi. Hialary a* tha Jawiab
Harltata" aditad by P. Wallman-Taamlr, $15 PoMif>>aT la
ShanoxaM, erd tha vaJuma It available at 27 William St.. Naw
York $. N.Y. Prattdant a* rtva aciafy diatribAftiivB tha ahmaa
it Jotapte Schlartf.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
.
Peace Must be Dear
To Us-Like Breathing
By RABBI RICHARD MARCOVITZ
Bath Movhe Corvgraajation
Although America has commit-
ted it>flf to a policy of all-out del-
BUM of the integrity of South Viet
Nam. this MOD-
try is seeking
methods of end-
ing war and
TEMPLE EMANU-FL 1701 WaOiing.
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lahrman Cantor Zvi Adler
11 da p -n I'ulph c loot, K.i'i
Allan l:
.f rnimi Kynaamam, ..( .t. .i-^
~..i -nay <. h ni Rabbi rUlt- ,0 ,n* WsjaWa. fW
hik'.. at n.. TK. Weokl)
llnej .>f lhi I'll.'. '
bunging peace
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml.
AMI 137 NE Itth St Reform. Rabbi
Joteoh R. Narot.
I-V -.....in I'nUarlan-
Ixm and Jixlai .......i., I .
!' l. i I I .... ii i. : ,1
u. v. iu bo rt'eota
; TEMPLE JUOEA. 3J0 Palermo Ave
Liberal-Reform. Pabbi Morrn Kip
Vattran ll
per.
Prld | p in
.ind.....I- a*a
a
TEMPLE MENORAH. a Tjth St
Conaervative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owlti.
prepare for
war simultane-
ously as we plan
for peace.
This t w o
pronged policy
of our country
may find dittinft-
ulahed precedent
in the Torah. Our
father Jacob is
characterized as
tabs! Marcavifi
overtures be rejected
We in the United States are do-
ing the Him thing We offer te
negotiate, but we continue to de-
fend the land.
When, therefore. Mil peace
come to thi* troubled outpost in
Asia, as wtll as to the rest of the
world'' The answer is best illust-
rated by the -tory of the Savge wha>
asked this very question: When
will there be peace in the world?
To reply ha* took the questioner
to a brook and held his head iu-
der the water until the man Strug-
glad and fought his way to tha
surface
The sam thereupon 4id: "T%at
i- the answer When man wants
l ice When he wants it as much
as ynu wanted air; when he comes
up gasping and struggling for
peace When he will glre every-
ui.r.UH ll/ru *-. -------- --------- .---.............- -
a man of peace >et as he is about h,K *ithm himself for peace as
Id meet his brother Esau, he you wen- wilting to give every-
makes elaborate military plans in hing for air Then man wdl havsj
TV IU31 >ai| CCl; VmwK. VB *-. BeaajVjaaaaa* ( # a V. IJ II
ers killed his wife and children temple ner tamid soth st and case of an attack He extends his peace in irw world,
and then himself, so as not.to fall ZttnEffi^'&SZnJZS: *** \n ftjendship and brother
tor Edward Kle-n
into the hands of the enemy.
This deed became a great sym
bol a symbol of Jewish courage
the tragic, obstinate and spe
i lal in kind

ii \
mini in aaTeaaBaaae>*ji atnu tMTjiuer I'ntil that day. v.c will have to
bood, but he stands ready with tn- like our father Jacob, praparefj
. u.,ri. men weapons should his peaceful for war. while seeking peace.
Beth Moshe Has Member Party
'" Paid-up membership party will Stern. Max Kroll. M,| Heller. Jo T':!l ***' r"r,i '" l"
ay. a road leads to the foot j be held at the Monday evening Mpb COBM. Stanley Olatter, Merle '^""'^ Mil tht Ofasf* M-
; hill. There a youth hostel meeting of Beth Moshe Sisterhood Michael. Joel Daum. Stank> Tbjb J"" R"hl *""' : "
en built. Over the paths lead ln j-eople Social Hall bor. Martin London. lister Rosen 'i fattanjl *P-
Tod
ol the
built a beautiful palace on the hill ITIii to the top of Masada now climb
_ walls, towers and storehouses ,n,. (],-s,.,-ndanU of
ior ammunition and food, and also heroes and. in the,. nia......i -
provided for wells and water chan- new song: A second time Masada [ presented.
nels will not fall.' Cast members include Mesdames Members of December Circle
To this Masada retreated Uve j (Pwbiiahad by j Saul Reiter Stanley Roscnstrauch. Hannah and Februai v Circle Deb
art Hebrew zealots after the Brith IvrMh Oiamrth) I Ronald Elkin, Richard First, Si! orah will serve as hostesses.
bor. Martin London. lister ftOaWn
if'theOVancierit "G>PS>" sk" written by Mrs thai, Jack Lampart, Martha Mor i r""K ;
eir mouths, a Burton Streit, president, will be' ^*n. Com Sih.riim. Debhi R. i DR MAX
der. and Jack Berlin, accompanist
UPtCHITZ
iri'iiiial Irodc
Caagrfgai" t
BSaKN
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Friday. December 10. 1965
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: If wish Appeal Accountants divi-
, Iced off the 10C6 campaiqr. at a ra
ng. Standing at the head table
are Sidney Lefcourt. pod presi
I Greater Miami Jewish Federation;
[." ner past ~hc-:im m of the divisxn;
1.' S-ern, lct>*> accountants group chair-
man; Sam Gyson, local radio commentator
and gueel b;>oaker; and Albeit Beei, past
chaiiman of the aroup. Sected [from let' are
I. iph Lyman. featured speaker end noted
Washington. D.C.. attorney, and Ralph We.s-
bard, co-chaiiman of this year's division
)r. Baumgard to be Honored at Beth Am
10th Anniversary Celebration This Week
Beth Am will celebrate
nnivemry this Prl
-
rt If. Baumgard will
-. the Fnda) ev<
H -n consecutive y<
ui the pulpit
. \ ^j: .. \ i M ill
Rabbi Sanford Seitser,
rector n| UM > "ill rii .
of the Union of Amen
('olijrrecut.'ii
Chei quests speakers will be
lOr Luther Pierce, eircutive
rector c the) Ceuncil o*
Lh_'cKe- Ot. Ivan kioy, chair-
'in o4 'ha Department of Reli-
gion o' th University of Miami;
Henry Wolff, founding president
ii Mm Soutneast Federation of
Reform Synagogues; and Rev.
Edward Graham, minuter of the
Mt. Z.on Baptist Church
Herman Kilil.li.in tv In charge Of
the r. day evening eervtei
On Saturday evening, at 7 p.m.,
.i dinner dance will be given at
he D in lie Hotel, honoring all
i i famihes of the congn fa
lion Mn Lewii Gillla li in ch i
ol arrangements
Robert Newman peel president
.i remplc Beth Am. and preeident
n( the Southeast i-'cdvraUon of Be
hum SjPnagXkgMeaV will U." uverall
chairmaji f>r the Meek-eml (eetivi-
Of. Hl*UKT BAUHGAKD
listadrut Trade School Fete
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\mi to bnei from backward
anils
The Beth Sbolom apiritsal
leader explained that "men) of
tln->- young people are Itlite
and unschooled i he gate* ol op
purtumty l<>r the teenagers must
ii. opei i lit- : ed
Sam Peinstein preaident of Ihe
[arael Hiatadnd Committee of
i.: i ater Miami, foined Rabbi Kro
niah in ui gii i
ii|N>rt of the Saturday night
.,!:., i in Israel u in
. al need ol aU I arorken
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Continued from Page 1-A
culnc fumniitii'c on "he occa-
_ sion of Mr Racoosin's 70th birth-
*.aa Mn Lehman George Backer, An ^^^ |iM^ram fettured
dinner chairman, presented to the
i.u\ Lehman's widow a scroll
citing her huaband's accomplish
menta ;i^ "a humanitarian. itateB-
man legislator and champion of
Jewish interests
the famous Jewish violinist, lilt
Cha Blman, the Palestine String
Quartette, and other prominent
artists
liam II Rovinaky, chairman of the
I abor Zionial Diviaon of Histad-
rut. noted that "the Hiatadrut is
trying to meet th- challenge bj
iblishing a large number ol
xturatioeal and vocational Institu
tions throiighoiit Israel. Our imme-
.i ate ..... Duiiouig the Greater
Miami I ra :< School is the ea
the hum
Morns Newmark, treasurer of
the local H < ommittee,
said nsul General Shimon
Valli guest of honor at the
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Citing Israel's leadership in
the field of science for peaceful
purposes, the Vice President
said: "I speak about Israel, that
free and democratic society, and
the environment in which that
nation lives. Israel spends some
33 percent of her total budget
*r national defense. Elsewhere
throughout the Middle East,
equally intolerable arms bur-
dens are carried by nations
which can evert less afford to
bear them.
"We, all .if us must continue
working toward the da; when the
nations of th<- Middle East n a)
I \i- securely in peace with each
other, to their common benefit
Peace and security, freedom from
outside agitation, the bending <>f
man's efforts toward man's well-
being and ipp naaa these
ly are the thii seek for to-
mon i
lie ided ;-ra-l for having
; with a tlrst rate scientif-
ic and technological apparatus "
rioted that "characteristically,
Israel did not husband her
.".i- to herself Limited in her
KMircOSi she could not
-. i- much \r, material aid to
tries Instead she
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to Theodore R Racoosin, a gm'ei
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d the American Committee's
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Friday. December 10. 1965
Between You and Me: By BORIS SM01AR
Why Bonn is Changing Mind on Indemnification
i^ow that West German Chan.
" cellor Erhard i- in the United
ps in consultations with Pre*
ideal .' ftuMon he it faced with two
Jewish questions, First, why is the
Komi Government reneging on the
deessioa <>i the German Parliament
to pi> in 1906 some >:>u.iKXt.(KKi to
to Nazi victims who could not file
applications for indemnification
before October 1953, because they
behind the Iron Curtain? Second,
Government failing to act on its
financial talk- with Israel after Ge
establish diplomatic relations?
^4
were in countries
w hy l- the Bonn
promise to star)
imam and Israel
Both questions are of major interest I Ameri-
can Jewrj it took the leaden of the Conference on
Jewish Material Oanns Against Germany mam
many months of negotiations with Bonn before -e
curing compensation for the pesR>16fl claimants as
Nazi victims American .lews also watched with
satlafactlen the exchange of letters between Chan-
cellor Krhard and Israel's Premier Lev! Eshkol last
May in which the former spoke of a -penal re
Onship" between Weal Germany and Israel
The precise nature of the "special relationship
thoroughly defined in dtownadwai between the
Chancellor's special envoy, Herr Birrenbach. and
Israeli leaders Now indication- in the West German
press polnl to tht- possibility that the Brtaud Gov-
r
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
All About Israel's New Libel Law
- %
Jerusak m
In its last days before the elw
turns, t h e outjom- Rneasi I
passed a new lihel law Since then.
the most important person on any
Israel newspaper is not the star
reporter or the advertising man
ager and not even the editor-in
chief, but the attorney of the pa-
per Every newspaper i- now being
snowed under by tin- avalanche oi letters from
eager lawyers claiming defamation on behalf of then
clients
The new libel law differs from the old legal sit-
uation in that the wronged party can initiate crim-
inal proceedings and, on the basis of the decision
in the criminal case, he can institute a civil suit
tor damages without the need of a trial going into
the substance of the matter, but based only on the
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT L SiCAl
Action Blueprint
H1
|ERE BEFORE us are two blueprints
for moving in on the socio-economic,
racial, and ethnic problem-- now so much
discussed in modern American commun-
ities
One is Mow to Turn Talk into Ac-
tion." a guide for an effective Commis-
sion on Human Relations put out by the
Community Relations Service of the is
Department of Commerce.
The other i.- the story of Students for a Democratic So-
i ty a- 'old by Steven II Johnson in "Mosaic. the .lew
Utdent Journal published under Harvard Radchtie
! Itllel spanaorship
The former i- the slick, neat sophisticated approach
b- the Great Society along the Potomac to the inter group
riot threats now haunting a number ol our
immunities The latter is under raduati izing over
hose deepei dislocations, deprivations and bus-mist
l at hang over and permeate man) oi America's M
-K) poor
Undoubtedly, then- :- validitj in !>"tii approaches
we have a hunch, after a quarter of a centurj of
cupation with the kin oblems here under dis
sion, that in the end the onl) lasting solution will be
ihe radical approach to the uses oi welfare funds, dis-
'bution of food renl plemental ivernment
using beavil] subsidised on the job. public
school racial balance and the myriad other Juntos known
to those who see the poor, underemployed, Ill-housed, poot-
ducated, and hungrj
We do well to remember what Kenneth Clark has
written on the iky about "the unparalleled wealth in
5 ibiiriua the unmitigated poverty in thi Negro ghetto."
And while wo wish the Students Por Democratic Societj
Aould Ik- more dikcerni live and mature in screen-
ing out radicals oi the fat left nou knocking on then
or.-, and while we find the SDS short oi patience, some
nes brash.^ften abrasive, we -till bold thea deserve an
V for eOnf*
In their generation the) will surely help produce the
I ngress.onai and administrative leaders, the research
< rs and oi -afsjhrs needed to whip the C S into the turbu
'it last quarter of this most amazing century during
Inch the gaj) between the verj impoverished and the
abundantly wealthy makes democracy a risky venture
Id together b) Oratory, prayer- and mending tape
The Human Hei. id. from out Waahingtoo wa)
e a different approach Than! to ROSSJ Barker
and the other ralianl few who refused to take seat- at
the back of the segregated bus and rnfiiaad to get en-
mashed further in the fly-paper Of a lily white dominated
ciety, the unhappx projection of a master-slave OCOno
my, we have a great deal >( new thinking going on in mu
nicipal. governinental an the Klan to take charge or permit job discrimination to
continue or convert public restaurants into diner's clubs
t" circumvent the federal civil rights act. then your town
. ill soon enor [h -tart to feel the economic pinch
findings of the criminal proceedings Moreover the
new- law em.tam- rather vague wording concerning
what is the appropriate extent of publication and
i m-titute- the crime of group libel Also, while
public interest and truth are ameliorating circum-
stances, they are no absolute defense.
In addition, the law charges with responsibility
not only the responsible editor or publisher but also
the reporter who wrote the story and even the
printer.
Israeli journalists and editors reacted with out-
rage to tlie law and. early in November, held a
one day strike when no newspapers appeared in the
country; nor wxs any news broadcast over the radio.
The pointed a Commission of Inquiry headed by Supreme
( ourt Justice Vitkon to hear complaints against the
law and propose amendments. Witnesses -o far
journalists, editors, representatives of lawyer's as
sociations and of printer's unions had all spoken
out against the law. And. on the very first da> that
the new Knesset convened, one of the opposition
parties submitted a bill to amend the most objec-
tionable clauses of this legislation
The parties involved do not contest the need to
protect private persons from libel and defamation.
It is the vagueness of definitions, on one hand, and
the roughness of responsibilities, on the other, that
is being objected to Of course, newspaper people in
a Jewish State do not object, either, to the insti
tution of group libel, what with their awareness of
the role of anti-tiemitic publications in the suffer-
ings of the Jewish people in the Diaspora
NevoishesBSt, the new lav scrred as a good oc-
casion for many young lewyers to urge damaged or
allegedly damaged parties to insist on bringing thtar
CSaaa to court, instead of settling for correct 1011-
and apologias in the papers when such corrections
and apologies are justified. One gains the Impres-
sion that many of tht claims come from relatively
unknown lawyers on behalf of small firms or un.
important individuals.
A typical example of what the paper- face now
would Ik- a letter from a young lawyer referring to
a human interest story, published .somewhere in the
; de pages about a small village in the backwoods,
describii lation in which residents of the place
behaved as country hicks This the lawyer would
write indignantly, represents grot ; ex
posing this village to the ridicule of their neigh-
nd therefore constitutes cai
1i1k-I under the new law
OH the Record:
ernment i- inclined to seek excuses from it- pli d
- i Israel, claiming budgetary dUUeultiei rV --'me
kcum of "budgetar) difficulties" has been liven by
u/est German Finance Minister Kolf Dahlgruen
when he announced last month that the first pay
ment of SRO.tKHi.UOO compensation to the post 1953
claimants will not he made in 1>0. and would be
deferred for one year
Experts in this country who an- watching went
.lermany s financial situation SM DO basis fa ttssM
,- n>.-\ consoler Germany's economic situs-
is prosperous tins rear u la urj of the pre-
i,-ioua y >r- and thej say so bo interested Unerfcan
Jewish leaders Is there any other reason why the
asm Govern mem is seeking to evade it* obi
mu to Israi i and u> thoueaadi of Janraah wetiras
Nazism? Chaneauer Krharrl will have to answer
ti | question to American JewT) dnring his visit
to the t nited States Certainly, he can not claim
m the i irael he is afraid of Arab re-
... u< m newspapet aai
B) hia own experience ha knows thai the Arab
countries need < i Ihsn Bonn needs the
Vrabs He ... ted like li ader oi I country
he disi t I threat* and enters I
diplomatic i < lat Is
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Freudian Couch
pEMEMBER THAT old Goldwynisni
" Anyone who goes to a p-\chiatnst
ought to ha\e his head examine*! "'
Mora and more people are going to
psychiatrista and psychologiste thses
days We could all benefit apparently
from the ministrations of the dimples
of Freud, especially when we become
di-turix-d or deproM>d or bewildered
Just as some people think there is a
conflict between religion and science 'actually there i
not), some people tlunk there is a clash between religion
and psychology.
Some go as far as to say that psychology has not yet j
proved itself. I ve heard some call it only a vocabulary (
Some decry the mentalists as men who can tetl youv
v hat's wrung but don't know yet how to right what i
wrong. And the decners are prone to talk about "Freud-
ulenee
But religious groups are beginning to feel more and
more the study of human behavior is far from fraudulent
There is an Academy of Religion and Mental Health
and any number of conferences between the men of the
ptw and the men of the couch. Kven the Catholic Church,
which felt the confessional booth was being threatened by
the couch, is softening its earlier opposition to psyeholog)
One aspect of the suspicion which religionists have
nurtured towards the men of psychology i- bassd npun
the feeling that the psychologist! don't know much about
organised religious practices Many Christian ministers,
and ralbis have become most Sympathetic towards ps\
CbOtOgy, but it hasn't worked the other WSJ around to
pronounced degree
We have in tin- country a rabbi named Henry Kagan
|s ervht bridge between the two disciplines
Spiritual leader ol Ten-pie Sinai in Mount Vernou, New
I'r K.i.an i- als,. a professional psychologist In
n an; lectures and booka be is making hi- fellow p*-\
ChologistS aware of the vaUdlt) of the ideas ol the church
ind synagogue and by the same token familiarizing his
fellow rabbis to a greater extent with the teachings in
i ealm of psycholo
\ bo
Spirt
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Problem of Jewish Education Here
1
I DIO NOT attend the recent con
ference in Montreal of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and Wei
tare funds but Iioin press reports
lined the impression that the
problem of Jewish education in
America and BOW to meet it on a
community-wide level held a
deal of the attention of the dele
gates what emerged, it teams to
ti i- writer, was recognition tht Jewish eon tnunit)
federations and institutions o| Jewish education must
find a way to work together if there is to be an In
telligent and effective apnoach to what i Imittedlj
is one of the most challenging problemi now fsi
the American Jewish community.
Tut architect of that roimulatlen was William
Avrunii., executive director of tha Jewish Wei
i'derat.on of Detroit, who also suggested placement
of a number of Jewish educational projects on the
high prioftt) list of community funds It | rvad him
correctly what he meant to M) wa- that fsdera
lions start giving higher priority attention and sup-
port to the Jewish educational structure
it i- obvious that the Jewish educational pattern
he United states needs) massive revampinf What
ihouM be equally obvious is thai Ihe challenge will
not be met except through central attention and
-upport
I a former Hebrew teacher, this writer has
often advocated the idea of a central authority la
the field of Jewish education that would be fit-,- of
' urden of finances Such a bod) could only
function if it bad supiH.it commitment from the
Jewish communities on a nation-wide basis if that
happened it would not onl) be possible to improve
the qualit) and extent of Jewish education hut to
climate br educational values and to ere
'< .. cadre oi profeesionnla in the Held thai would
lesert to Other pastures out of tear ol uisecur
The DTOhlem Of Jew .sh education is to ,-ducate
Mere can be no education witho-.it teachers In
long run ,t is the teacher who ,s the foundation
"i education. If a Jewish educational complex ,-
t" conm.c ,n the United States. BBS SSUSt create
the facilities that will draw teachers to our doors
"f education


December 10. 1965
+ hnist fhrWir
Page 15.
[emporary Affairs Lectureship
linn for Third Annual Presentation
,1 Contemporary
: tun drip
L. ,,i fr Dec 20 ;( the
[i -., Hotel, according to
,,- chairman of
planning commit
..! I.ador of Temple
ip, sponsored by
t, | v iml Jewish Fedora-
endowed b> Sam Blank
;n re tl in 1.000 persons.
of Miami B o* K hoard of
Ltr Miami Jwih Fd-
[and initiated th* Itcture-
logrtm by mdowtna it
in flo during H Fd-
2Sth anniversary.
We are |
nouncemenl thai I his
fa mil) hnve again g< neroual]
fi-red to -pon->or this leading nil-
n.ral presentation." I>r Narot Mid.
Announcement of the featured
speaker at this > ear's lectureship,
an authority on the contemporary
Jewish scene, |a expected to be
made soon.
Serving with Blank and Dr Na-
rot on the committee are Myron
Behrman. Mrs Ruth J Dergei, Je-
rome Blank. Mrs Richard Brick-
man. Hvron Cherkas. Kdward Co-
hen. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Kink.
Mrs. Ir\injr Kaplan. Mrs Jean C.
I a-hnian. Dr and Mrs Ining I.ehr-
man. Joseph M l.ipton. Leo Mind-
lin. Mr and Mrs Stanley C M\ers. wartZHt
Mrs Sam Simor.hnff. Louia Seh- Fred K
Essay, Art Test At Jewish Schools
SAM HANK
an. Harry Simonhoff
Shochet
and
Jewish l cation is
two annual inti
ireal
i Mi i Iewish St hooLs The Na
lional B ble I I this year will
agaii ini ide three divisiona tor
student-, between 11 and 16.
Books nt the Bible to be included
in the aonteat an. Exodus, Samuel
H and Joel.
The contest is sponsored na-
tionally b) tlM' Department of Edu-
cation and Culture of the Jewish
Agency, administered locally by
Ixuis Schwart/man and Herbert
Zvi Berger, directors of the Bur-
eau of Jewish Kducation.
Applications and sample mate-
nals have been distributed to Itu-
dents of all Jewish schools. District
finals will be held by written exa-
minations at the Bureau offices on
Mar. 6.
Th annual essay art contest
will b co-sponsored this year by
the Bureau and the Zionist C
sanitation of Greater Miar
and Hollywood. Essay subjec
include "What Torah Means
Me,"
Ait subjects are orig nal n*
erg drawings, sculpture, and .
object- related to Torah and
rael Prizes for both the ess
and the art contest consist of s
lorabipa to ( .imp Judea and hoi
on Jewish life
Deadline tor the es.say-.irl i
test has been set for Feb. 20. C<
testants must be 11 years of a --
or over and attending a Jew
school of Greater Miami and H
ly wood
Applications and rules of I
contests have been submitted
students in all Jewish schools
Coordinating committee of t
Zmnist Organization consist-
Isaac Donen. Morns Simmon. ; .
Jack Alexander
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Section i
Reform Women Gather on Beach
.dance of some 300 Miami Beach Hadassah lead-
: to hear Mrs. High Salpeter. national secretaiy
ip chairman of Hadassah. at the Algiers Hotel
idcct a membership worksho; Left tc riqht c:.-r
irico Cahn. chapter admi...:!: diva v.ce pre>i-
h. Miam. B"n, h Cha; tn p.csdent: H:gh Sal
: i and Noiman Myers. mcnbciship v.ce presi
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Chica i immediate past president
National Fed ration ol Tem
rhoods will addreaa the
the Sisterhoods of
South Florida at an all-da) session
in \t \\( dm - i uii in entire afteinoon
om of Miami
whose presidi nt is Mrs
>:: Silverman, 5070 No Bay
'i m| the meetings will t.ik< place in
the Si-ifrlMHKi Lounge "f Beth
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Tli>' following Sisterhoods and
nt- will ; artieipate in
progi .mi
[< Beth \" S Miami.
Mi- i; hard \:, -. Temple
imi.'.i Coral ii.i'.it-- Mrs Marvin
I'.ii. Temple Israel ol Greater
mi Mr- Morris Gn ne; Tern

. : S.sterhood will hold its Eternal Liahl Luncheon on
:ioon. Dec. 16. at the Deauv lie Hotel. Featured
include Trudy Lawrenro Dodli G*r-
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llolh w > 11 Mrs Sherw in <.i i
man. Temple I-.mannKi. Ft I
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1 he mornii session will
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ol Pn id< nts w ho ill brieflj
in-- the ention of
Nations Uoi Ten
: San F i ancisco \
iui- rer period
i......w
Ii i laht) in
Mrs Ha
Continued on P*g 3 B
T^T Fi ID I 1ST
o splendidly' Christmas-*
from Jamai
sUtheevi
i
,i nal Meet b< I at n M
Spi Ff)
: | of Ku
winning class in
i and
I \ tdual me 'I" > swinti
' .itits churned up Um water al
of her competition in the frei
sty and ii

F..r bus) I UBan Perlman. of
Miami Beach, li'a the Sport "I
km is which m< i- bar attention
Having completed hat nt apart
iiK-nt at the Seaaons and thru ta
ken a vacation in La* Wka> stl* -
now looking forward to ih.- Dec
15 oponlng at I'onip.ino. u!
several of bar horaaa >" aa c
lion during th- haiUMi rating
mm ton I'artuiilarlv high hopes
riding on LU'l Mis-. V.ncy K

Two ocoan cruises la thi
I .-npati in UM and let*) Blsi n
berg, "f Iha Hivei Hanaa
word Um end of thi* month, they'll

tram our
vxclunh'e Israeli
knit vnUvciinn
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nbbed shell, easy jacket
skirt with back pleat Pink, ras
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Friday, December

1
Asthma Chapter
Slates Auction
, a t 11
i
will hold Us
. r hib. 250 NH
''' ii
d by in- n
rved
ceds from t
ibilitation ol aeri
ousl> ill asthmatic children al the
;>. Center
Mesdamea Arleiie Ncstow, Hel-
an ResentbeL Irene Miller and
Mae Fried are co-chairmen
Chapter preaidenl la Mrs Lillian
I'anuv
Mrs. Roee Wolfson, of Miami Beach, unveils a plaque in
memory of her brother, Jacob Polon. of New York City. Cere-
mony was held recently in the Central Library of the Weiz-
mann Institute of Science at Rehovoth and was attended by a
group of Pioneer Women then visiting Israel. In unveiling the
Memorial Section plaque, Mrs. Wolfson recalled "the keen
interest which my late brother had taken in the furtherance of
scientific activity in Israel.
Justine Chapter Meets Tuesday
MA Irvinn Wetin. program
chairman of the Justine Chapter.
American Jewish Congress, an-
nounces that Joseph I Yanuh. AJC
regional director, will speak on
500 Years After the Spanish In-
quisition Who are the Spanish
Jews in 1968? at a meeting Tuea
dl j 12 30 p m at the home of
Mrs Irving B Kaplan 3630 Fla-
o I>r
Yanuh who has just returned
from i survey of the Jewish com-
munities in Spam, will give a re-
port on his experiences slid. -
thi ancient synagogue architect
masterpieces will accompany
his presentation.
A report on the activity of the
American Jewish Congress to acti
Music Society
Concert Sunday
In Surf side
Concert of the Surfside Music So-
culy will be held at the Surfside
Community Center on Sunday at 8
p m.
Artists to be featured include
Roee Byrne, lyric oprano; Roney
Miller, concert violinist; and Sally
Kaye accompanist Councilman
I i llobcrman. Music Society
will act as master of
< i monies
The 1965-1966 Concert Series
d this year > the I I
i s.r. trigs & l.oan Associa-
roup of |o< ..1 inns'.
he i emaining concerts w ill
13 and
13
man
1

S ith I
ited to Khi d
- will
v.-ritt ermans.
vate the program for the I S Sen
ate ratification of I nite-l Nalions
Human Rights Agreement- will be
given by Mrs Trudy Hamerschl..::
chairman of the Commission on
International Affair-
The American Jewish Omgreaa
role in the Economic Opportunitj
Program and community educa
Lion "ii extremism will be pr<
ed i>> Miss Lillian Goodman, chair-
man ot the Commission on Com
munity Interrelations
In charge of reservatioi s it M -
Sylvia Silvers
Dr. Klein Will
Address Society
Dr David Klein. BUtherit) n
Shakespeare, will be featured
speaker at a member-hip tea of
the south Dade Chapter of the
American Soeietv for Ttvhnion on
Knda>. Dec 17
Dr Klein, proteor emeritus of
CHj Oaflege of Nea York, will de-
liver an address on Shakespeare.
He has been a lecturer on Shake
spearc at Hebrew Univeraitj in Je
rusalem and baa conducted shake
ipearean courses for five year- at
the Miami Public Library
Meyer A Raskin, founding prea-
idenl of the South Florida Amen
can Society of Teehnion will de
liver a talk on Teehnion during
the Dec IT meeting The 10 a m
meeting will i held al the home
of Mrs David Serneker. 11601 sW
62nd Ave Mr- Melvin Schwarts,
pitalit) chairman said reserva-
tions maj be called m to Mr- Mas
well Dauer
a
ia. t
T
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At a convention for the New England Mutun! held ot the
Homestead. Hot Springs. Va., were the pre&idenl H First Flo:.
ida Consultants Melvin L Kartzmer. and his wife GerYuce
and vice president. Louis G. Wechsler and .. Rutj,'l
Kartzmer was a featured speaker on the subject of tax plan
scientific activity in Israel."
New Show Set At Fontainebleau
Tho of Americas talented
youm.er flarv Robb> Vinton and
Shan brla, will he prevnted h\
the Kontainebleaii Motel in its fa
moii- I-a Rnnrle Room for a IfMlax
holiday enflneaveal Mamng Thur*
day, Dei 23. through New Yean.
Bve
The dance team of Inge and
Rolfe also will he prvvnted on
he -aine show
Few attatef* have k\rocketed to
siico--- n- fa-t as llobb\ Yintnn
Within three horl years he has
me one ot the top in incmt
idols of the en* nmeal 0
His record- IK >
nomenal Bale ol -niHto-
ies nnua'l\ *< nil
Mgned a fi\ i I ntrtrl
I*arammint pi<
Shan I cw i- war- j.
r*tr add ha.
every aaarjoi ri jit
atlWJhll four El I-t-r
tlonal Telei i- I .' \*'\
Carlo Award
she ha- been
talent and phai
John Crash)
NEW T/to^ KRAFT
WHIPPED CHUM CHEESES THAT SPREAD USE I
wittt taste-teasing chives!
'Y' Day Camp
Winter Program
A V. ir.:. : Da) < ainn lor DO] -
nd girls in the Brat through sixth
ill be h< Id at the Y.M and
YWHA of Greater Miami on Mon-
>ugb Frtdaj Dee
wa announced this week bg
Efreini Gale, executive director of
H "
a fun centere I program DUed
With social, cultural and athletic
i has I* en arranged to
take advantage of the facilities
lable al the Y's In addition
t. the program of event*, there
w ;li be bootenanrdes, oo >k euti
I i trips a masquerade party
ithh tii oryoapiad
Winter Day < amp activities dur
! thai icho '1 hod lay period will
I mpei i ised bj. a Barge atafl of
qualititd personiM I who serve the
' need- all year round. Al
Tudor is camp director, and Mrs.
Beverly Yelen is the program
director.
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Friday. December 10. 1965
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So. Florida Groups Gather at Beth Sholom
Fcr Federation Session Wednesday
Continued from Paa 1-B
, Mr- Michael Morsel.
rs i,|..--:r..in Mr- flWaBJ
! Mrs .lack K Shapiro
m S Knopkc
lobOW, former national
, ,, f NFT8 and pa.t first
. i,i also aerved ..-
. of it- Department on
ip an.l Admini-tratiw
Department on Ad-
: Judaism she was
of Um Committee on
i c tnd Commil
. i [>un PToMema \
i t of l
. Sistei lood, \lrs ll>'l
i r\'rd in vai ious i
i haii-mam
11 esidenl in chai i
SFTS Du
Mi '.' esl l
-i i s c i sen til as
l Ml pi ..ram and
Hoilobow la .11'
ation of .it .v
id > -< rved
an 'tl its President*
i in I in n U
Board and Speaki
i- a member of the
Mton "I the Confer-
Women'i Organisational
ember of tin- National
t < nf Christiana and Jewi
ntntnition toward inter
religious understanding, the Sis
terhoods affiliated with the Nation
..I Federation of Temple Sister
hood* conduct Instituti on Ju-
daism for church womei designed
:n acquaint them with the Inliefs.
tradtttona and rituals of Judaism.
More than 10.000 church "omen
have i>oen guests <>f the National
Federation of Temple Sisterhoods
.md it.- local Sisterhoods at t
Institutes
\" itiea of the
ita work on bell
of the Wind student aid for
binic stu i n, brew I nion
College .it :-h Institute of Reli
contributions toward the
youth actii itiea program ol its ps
rent bod> tl e i nion of American
Hebron Congregations, effort- to
Improve international retatkx -
and the publishing of various edu
nal materi
Dade Youth Given Citation
Carol Taran
At Ner Tamid
Concert Jan. 8
Miss rol Taran will be a I
lure attrai lion at the leventh an
of remple Ner l
on Jan B at
by lh Posnei cl
Mi^ Taran ha enter! I in
supper clubs in Chica i Las Vi
Miami B at h leading
hotels She has been the feat
ifiami Bea< h Ci\ic
Symphonj and has sung leading
in most of the Gilbert and
Sullivan light operettes
Mi-- raran has also bean i<-..
lured In suck musical- as "Milk
and Honey. Weal Side Story,"
and "Pinian'a Rainbow
Barbara Lieberman 17. new n
cretarj ol the Hade Y iuth Council
and .. senior senator on Student
< ouncil at Palmetto Senior High
School, ha- received a merit award
"' Dairj Council of South
Floi nla
The daughter "i Mr and Mrs
Akin li Lieberman, 7248 SW 105th
hi belongs tt> National Honor
Society I'bi Hot a ("hi. science hon
orary, and ainga first alto in Con-
> ert Chorus
She belongs t-i French Club and
l ps Jeunes Filles, girls' ser
i- communit) sen ice chair-
for Ta ol B nal B rit* (iiri.-,
worked with South Dade nu
: children at the Perrine head
ojuarters and at the James E Scott
Community (enter for unaerprt-
i-ilege Negro children
The Dairy Council has a con-
program to honor meritori-
uus young people in Dade County
Nominafioi s cat be sent to A
Hd wards, uxm \\v 7th St, Miami
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MISS CAIOt TAIAN
Beach Hadassah Group to Celebrate
Chanuka and Henrietta Szold Birthday
meeting! of Miami
! I HadaSsnh ;rou()s art- slated
Ball
irtti Croup meeting will bo
i. .on m the Algiers Hotel,
ika gifts for all membei -
lent) students will pre-
- ni .i v.a holidaj program.
-.,ii Kaplan is chairman of
. nd Mi low i'ii Myei i-

$h,kxna Croup meeting at noon
Hotel will Im- rsi| h
,, Hadassah film \
a lira Michael Fein
.

Fort Tower* 7 30 p m meeting
Id m the coffee shop,
uin I eller presidi
>l Blum will give a i
Laiarea Group I ting in
i.-tt ral. Norman-
*rll in' conducted bj Hi -
: president
Heri Croup member Iwim: a-
Today
is
Mother's
What will your husband
say about our handsome
new jar and can?
Day
memher luncheon i- scheduled for
DOon in the Honey Pitta Hotel.
Mr- Alt)'rt 0 Levin will give a
hook review Mr- Hilton Wainberg
is president

Brandis Group will meet at the
FontaineMMU Hotel lor a pre-
founder- day luncheon in honor of
Henrietta Ssokfa hirthd> l're-nl
iuffl includes Meaxhunea EUaabetk
Sti a< h. Helen l.ip-on and Br-
. i ~
Stephen Wi* Group luncheon
meeting, at 11 30 a m at the l a.
lei, will ibbi s-d
Landau lest
Dellei ion and Aids
'i.i-m v.iii offer t hanuka pro-
. i am Mrs Mam Mintua la
lent
Esther Group noon luncheon at
the Waldman Hotel w!l feature I
e ft Chanuka
Mrs Hattie Safir is pn udenl
Bay Harbor Group M ill meet at
the Singapore Hotel for luncheon
Sl 1 1 an a m Mi- Henr> H Wef
nick, guest ipeaker will conduct
., i dlehghtin
Mr- .1 I-., itein i- int udent.
Hinni Senesch will meet on
da) noon at the Algiers Hotel
. founder- daj celebi ation of
Hem today < hair-
man oi the da> i- Mi Harn Kroll,
and Mi- Sylvia Kurland la presi-
dent
Morton Towers Group WlB have
., i hanuka Festival at i p m on
Monda) in the Morton To i era Res
int On "/e Inesda) I i ronp
v ill celebrate founders da) at the
UVilit Hotel
4 >
the day tor a tasty.
i low .aoi.- disn-
'
,ial
horm .. and texture.
- and iar
Young Israel
Meeting Saturday
\ 'i i.ti
ran chaired n\ I Fink
led 1-iael
,i. ati Mian i n S iturda). s
p m In I
Rabbi Sherwin Staubar is spi
ritual leadei ol v ael with
Harr) I rnei lenmj i denl
1 It'll probably never notice
Yuban's bright new look.
But that's a man (or you.
All he thinks about is flavor.
A happ) coincidence:
Vllbon takes the world's finest coffees,
adds rare aged Colombiun coffees-
and blends them
\% ith no thought but flavor.
Every sip a sirochal
Ko*her
Pjreve
' > 5 N I.
firm Opens Ofiices
Harold A Rosenfeld and Sam H
,.| aiuKiiii i openin
a offlteJ under the n
: \, ..; Realtors,
_m 7i-t Sl Miami Beach

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Friday. December 10

r
MRS. SiMONHOFF TO BE HONORED
Dr. Bernard Cherrick, Hebrew University
Vice President, Due at Luncheon Here
Mrs. Irving I.ehrman will be
chairman of the Dec. 16 Woman of
the Year luncheon of the Greater
M.otni Women's Division. Ameri-
can Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity, according to Mrs. Philip F.
Thau, president.
Mrs. Lehrman. wife of the spi
ritual leader of Temple Emanu-El.
has held the position of president
ol the Conference of Jewish Worn
en s Organizations of Dade and
Broward Counties, campaign chair-
man for the Women s Division of
the Combined Jewish Appeal, ind
president of the Women's Division
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed
eration.
She was recently honoree of a
special luncheon arranged by 18
Women to Hear
Yanich Report
According to Mrs. Irving Quar
tin. program chairman of the Coral
Gables Miami Chapter. American
Jewish Congress, special feature
i the Thursday. Dec. \6. 12:30
pm. meeting of the chapter at
rh Lane Cafeteria, Coral Way
22nd Ave w ill be Joseph I
ich AJC regional director who
n port on his n i enl I i ir t i and S|i..in
Vanich, who li\- d in Israel fi
7 spenl a ma
of his time in Israel in thi V
d >i HI show sltdU
development which has taken
i- during ins eight > i
ee
In adition. he will comment
newl} ie\ eloping Jew ish
ties In Barcelona Madrid,
and Gsbralter
Veu members will be welcon
by member hip \ ice pi
1 9 Winer
\ rej n on chapter fund rail
Ivan i>> Mrs Eleanor Ro
stein fuii(l raising chairman
ol resen ations is Mrs
-. Mem.
Training Course
Set for Tuesday
leadership
I by the Fed i of
i "v on en ;
i ueada; il Temple 1st ael ami
esentati w mien's
mi in Dade Count) ai e
ted io attend
Mrs Irvinj Wes
chairwi
h will start at 9 30 a m
lasl until 2 p in
Featured akei tnd tl sen
al the l< adership I. i
boon will be
Molly Turner "How to I i
i Your Au
\\i intraub
it- Women Mrs St
Pa dure
in Sirkii
-
I'h'
I t h
.
'
>r
Book Month
At Beth David
Jem lata Bo -k Month i- oh
.i bj Beth David WisUaliotul
il!, No\ it with an extensive dis
I la) of hard cover and paper back
ks.
A cantata baaed on "The u
of Sholom Aieichem." by Maurice
Samuel irai preaentod, with Can-
tor William u Lipaon, musical di
I ami Mrs A Arthur I'ekel-
ner. accomi aniM
( ast members included Mea
dames li' racfa Barman, Kduai-d
< i.tier. BIHot Gordon, David Isieti
berg, Issie Ram Harvey Friedman
Morton FeUn
and Howard Lenhi
Mi Schwa rtsm an
the da)
of the leading organization-, of
'.reater Miami.
The Woman of the Year lunch-
on will feature as key speaker Dr.
ternard Cherrick. rice president
if the Hebrew University, who will
e in Miami Beach just for this
me event in order to present the
:onoree. Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff.
riih a special aw and expressing
he gratitude of the Hebrew Uni-
versity 'for her outstanding ef-
orts on behalf of the university
md as a leader in civic, cultural
and philanthropic endeavors in
many areas."
The luncheon will Include a
monologue. "Fiddler on the Roof."
presented by Cantor Jacob G.
Cornstein. of Temple Israel The
Woman of the Year luncheon is
the annual climax of women's ac
tivities for the Friends of Hebrew
University and will be attended
by more than 500 members, rep-
resentativea of local women's or-
ganizations. Women of the Society
ol the Book, and Friends of the
Hebrew I'niversit)
MUtS. tfNAMAN
M. CMHICK
aus. simo**o*f
Sunshine Chapter Chamber Party
A Chanuka supper party for
Sunshine Chapter. B'nai B nth
Women, is planned for Sunday.
Dec 19. it i"i" To be held at
Surfside Community Center, the
affair is being chaired by Mrs
Jack Dresner.
Serving On the committee are
Mrs. Samuel Rabson, ticket chair-
man, Mrs. Frank Burg, pn
Mr- Milton Weinberg Mrs Jack
Goldberg, Mrs Many Ross Mrs.
Morris Wilson Mrs William
Drucker Mrs Beatrice Witner,
Coral Gables
Nursing Home
Is Accredited
Coral Cables Con vale -
Home. 706O SW 8th St
'listed as one of 12 such
in the State of Florida
taming high standards
Coral Gables Convalesceot
Home this week won the
of an American Hospital Aasoeia.
tion committee on eSEteaded car?
facilities
The local home's citation ^ part
! of an accreditation program rle-
'-igned after that for heepitsh -
Henry ^*"r ***' 'oint Commission \,
: rrditafion ef hospitals mads a-.,
: ol representative* of (he v
can College of Physicians \
ian College of Surgeon \
Hoepttal Association. an,l
\merican Medical Aaaocial
I'articipatinn in the pro
voluntary, with mi-.
horn. I wishing to geek ippr
opening their premise!
mpectioa teams whicti
I th- meet the huh ..
of treatment and care a- ...
of physical facilities, set b)
commission
Mrs Kobert Bowmolil. Mrs
llenan. Mrs Benjamin Miller.
Mis Aaron Abrahen. Mrs Betty
Grossman, Mrs Alfred Mandel.
and Mis Thomas D Friedman,
publicity
Sunshine Chapter will join other
chapters of BrpMard-North Dade
Council m 'pfcitmine I Chanuka
. n! the Florida
State Hospital m Hollywood, on
Mi Robert Kauninhl Bl 'I
Mrs Samuel Kupeenei air in
(oi the chafer
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Pioneers Will Mark Chanuka
\ i adi j
dedicated lo th< Ma
ram owc.ded tc S'eve S.mo ani Art Biurs bv Mr--.
Si fctU FiaNll ??* N t5+th St.. end Mrs. Jeanette Fin*. 915 NE
St. who repiesent thp Combined Women's Units,
,-.-. Cerebral Palsy cf Miami. The awaids were made to
no. r-alenng manager of Miami Sprinq* Villas, and Bruns.
LO-ownr, "tor their renerous aid end contributions to
i Orebial Palsy throughout the year."
Hadassah Group Membership Tea
\\ i\ :i h ler "i Pioni ei Worn
One Shabbal in
i hanua iatur
. p in in tl
ol Mr* S> I. i
I ane, K I't
Bcba Idol oi C'haptei < hanuka
part) i>n Sundaj evening, Dec 19
till be held b( the David Pinski
School. 842 Washington ive
Mrs Michl Gib on, president, an
nounced thai Mrs Rae Weiaberg is
sponsor of the affair, with prs;
ceeds earmarked for child Rescue
Fund for Israel
lioshe Levin, chairman, Chaim
Veizmann Branch of Karband. will
liehl the Chanuka candles Joe
Moonej "i the Miami Bi at h R
Imenl ill prew nl Kj having a
h< i o latki part) on Sat
Km-i n blc in specii 1 i Dec 18 at tin h
concert icted b> Dr Samuel am < lia it| th, '"
1'' chesti.. ,, r.n
I Mi t il .
Jacob I rk dn an will aiv< a po ei i. group pres
v (by noon. th- Eleanor
i i. ,.np of llmlassah will
i;i\( i nembership tea fur mem
,i:i! guests
dent, Mrs Freda Marder,
r.l hoi I a randlelighting m rvice,
elebratini Chanuka Guest speak-
r will be Mrs Irwm Lisa
At air will be held at the Mar
'.n Gardens i>h> NE uth Ave
Foscel/ Mantes Heller
i ongressman Dante B, Faacell
announced Wedneadaj the n ap
nointment f Miami Beach public
nl.itions executive. Peter F. Hell-
er, to the Citizens Rating Board,
rh ,-h meets periodically to study
qualifications of applicants to West
. nt, A n r.i pi.I is. and Air Force
and Merchant Marines Academies.
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Friday. December 10, 1965
... ^rbout f^coplc
an
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aces
EARLY AND LATE AT WESTVIEW
Sn man) members attended the Thanksgiving
dinner at Weatview Countrj ciui> thai dining
time hai to be divided. From five t'i seven, meat
ly families u:tn children enjoyed the dinner, and
Chuck /.ink entertained. '<>ni and Stanley Tate
were there with their children The Seymour
SwnerateiM had a petty <>( i; Dene and Sam
Lubj Jr., had a family dinner, including the Sam
Lubys S. The Clifford Ruaaells attended with
children. Esther and \ .1 Molaakj were
there with theii daughter, Peggj Schulman, and
I'ii three, Mai rie Norman, and Howard Then
al T o'clock the paee changed The entertainment
was the bar instead oi skipper chuck. Lynn and
Louis Wolfson had a party at 11, including Fran-
ces and Mitchell Wolfson Doll} and Ed Circus
had a large party, which included their friends
from "up north Mi and Mrs the Waxenberg
and Mr. and Mrs .lack Werst also had Thanks
giving guests
WHAT FUN
Sophie and Sidne} Ansin, with their son and
his wife, Edmund and Tob) took Mike Douglas,
whose program on television has captured his
audience, and his wife Genevieve, for dinner at
"The Shadows." Mike is regular down-to-earth
pervin who has the same charm on television
as off. You'd never know he was a grandfather,
he look- -,, young One ol then twin daughters
i- married and has a babj Their younger daugn
tit was here with them, but was too young to
spend a night on the town Later, the) all went
i" the opening of the Celebrit) Room at the Dip-
lomat Hotel, v lure Marjorie and lr\ Cowan.
Ilattie and Sam 1 r.edland. and Carol and Pick
Gerstein were "firal nighting "
0 *
THREE AT HOME
Shirlev Sackler left her husband, Alvin, mind
ing the kid-. John Craig and Leigh, hack home in
HatUesburg, Miss., while she Hew here to mm I
her mother. Sel.na .Mrs Irving) MarCUS, "ho
wasn't ui> to par. Selma better now. friends
are -lad to hear
DOWN IN THE CELLAR EATING SAUERKRAUT
Reva iMrs Irving) Wexler wasn't in 'he eel
lar. hut she was eating sauerkraut in B.....klyn
uh.n the lights went out during th. New York
area black out Reva had been to the United Na
tions Institute In Washington and -topped off
briefly in Brooklyn to visit relatives The worst
inconvenience was getting reservation- for home
hut Irving was smart enough to gel them from
this end
HE PUT ON HIS CHEF'S HAT
Esthei Schwarti' brother and his wife, Sonn>
and .loan Pohi from Chicago for a wet
in Lucaya Sidne) Schwartz put on his chef's
hat. anil the gang came over to welcome the
Pohns Sidne) s baked beans are the "n
and he will give his recipe Everyone took his
plate and sal where he wished Sin paid Broad
found himself sitting at th.' head of the dining
room table Carolyn and Buster Grossmai
with the Pohns, reminiscing Norman Babel
e m late to join hi- wife. Lillian, and her
mother Mrs Minnie Polokaw Ethel NagW i
-o delighted to have talked with hei ion, who
lives in Switzerland, hut was bach in New
I lew days on ho mi-- Franc* L.hman
M*. AND MBS. RffSfl
Keisers Mark
50th Anniversary
Mr an'! Mr- Jose| h E Reiser
of Miami Beach, former!) of Haiti
more Md celH Men
wedding i i '>
-]) i | -on ( ol Morton S
K, ,i daughter in law.
ih) hosted .. coi ktail reo p
lion and dinner for then parents
at th< Ugi< r- Hotel
11 : gut st. were
Kcisrr'i brother and sister in law,
Mr and Mn William Kuahnich
..< Pitu'nirgh. Pa; aiater Mrs
Leon Flaa x N,;
..ml Mrs U>e Kuahnick and Mrs
Annie Schapuro, brother and ata
ter. from Ball ai d Mrs
Keisei ter Mrs Roac Jacobs
also i : Bi
Library Will
Mark Anniversary
Sixth anniversary of Surl
15a> Library will br ohser
day 2 30 pm at the hon
Preaidenl Mrs Lee How
Bag Dr.
Program will include
view bj Mis llrlja Ka-
relation director, ( itv ,
Public Ubrarj
l'resident Mrs .\ I> s
Ho-.rarrt. and Mrs Ralph
vice president, will v,
ANYONE
CAN MAKE THE
HOLES
I Cedars Women
At Convention
Present at the first planning meeting for the
uui all-Florida ccnierence of the Mizrachi
VY ^rr.en's Organ.zation of America due at the
FoioameHeau Hole! on Ian. 30 and 31 are
seated tieft to right i Mesdames Harry Per-
BOnik, Julius Rosenstein. Alfred Stone, Charles
Turk, Ph; :p Goldberg and Simon April. Stand-
ing left to right) are Mesdames Max New-
Joh i Pi minister
irst L'mtaria Church oi
Miai peak ai "The Eenman
incil Re igious Liberty
and the Jew ht, 9
i at temple !' h Sholom
1 noted '.ead lattli for
h iman reli tions ai d civ i
I "ill the .south in recent
!ii-v Papendi ew w ill be the
fourt -i akei ii i -erics of five
m< tings on the I .1 b)
K.!1 i in committee of Temple
At 8pm. v simultaneous
rees in the Hebrew
on .lew God and Histoi .
will be offered
Man tioo pi isons attended
the first Ihn e res on the Ecu
menical < ouncil, and Kahhi San-
ford Sell exi e director of
the R< "i <(f the I'n
ion oi American Hebrevi I tngragr
tions, is scheduled to close out tin
Thnteen mem ben o4 Cedars ol
Lebanon llospn.il Auxiliary attend
,. i irnainna oi aha Florida Hospital
Auxiliary Convention held recent-
l> at the Fontainebleau Hotel
Participating In the meetii
were Mesdames Doran /.inner,
Ii nl B) n n Sparber i < i

man i
Irene i ni int viei i
dent l ol '' Sho) Moms Blau
v let
Ted p-t
Han v Hoi nan
/.
ordin Prank Peiin
board members
Mesdames ban, Edward
t lit I* I and lljv Hi Hi s-
Senior Citizens Parly
Senior < itixens Aaaoeiattoo
Mian i Beach will obaerve Ckjnnnka
Dee 20 cese here. Joseph M Pitxgerald, *"h a f^} ''" ""V '[,]
,,,,,. ,. P"' Waaaungton PederaJ ISM
Previous s.....kers have included local attorney; ami Lao Mindlin, \\.,.|,.:. ,,,. u, rradittonal re
it- itev .lamest. Duncan, sutfra executive editor of The Jewish treshmenu and entertainment will
Ban bishop of the Episcopal l. Ploridian be included in the celebration
berger, Louis Lustig, Rachel K. Laufer, Sylvia
Meyers, Rose Hockstin. i. Weissbr: :na
Rattner. Charles Sokol. Theodore Sakowitz
and Mack Ackelsberg. Net shown ore h'.
dames Hyman Kolko. Norman Lieberman and
ha Stein. The two-day conference will in-
clude workshop sessions and a gala lunch-
eon.
Rev. Papendrew At Beth Sholom Monday Evening
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aVte-lc* n.ri*9-*r
Page 7-B
Talking ovr the success of a recent youth dialogue spon-
sore-fny Temple Beth SrTolom Brotherhood at the Miami Beach
congregation cue (left to naht) Ruth Levine, board member ol
BESHTY: Cantor David Conviser, youth advisor. Steve Krams;
Israeli exchange student. Shlomit Pevsner, and BESHTY vice
ireeident. Maisha Sterner. Members of BESHTY, the Beth
Shoiom youth group, and Miss Pevsner exchanged views on
% the responsibilities of Jews growing up in America and Israel.
Special Film Slated Monday
K.tbbi beryl Arunovit* has been
named chairman for a special
\ ..wing of the film. laH M>
I'eopaB Go." to be .shown at thj
four Freedoms House, ;<8U0
( oUin Ave on Monday.
The film showing is beinu ipon-
d hy the t'oininned Jewish
K] peal committee at the Four
Cottage Cheese
Variations for You
RAISIN-CHEESE PUFFS
'J egUs. separated
. cup Mater
2 ia'.ie!|M><>ns suuar
1 teaspoon salt
J .up >l . up unsilted tliHir
cup raisins
1 I. liters (.Hi
Heat together .-UK >olk. water
sugar and sell until imltwal
Mir in cottaite cheese and then
Dour unul throuKhly Wended. Mix
in raisins.
Beat -KK white* until stiff |>eaks
form; ft id Into cottage cheese mix-
ture
Heat about i.. '4 Inch depth >!
l-lant*.!- Oil in large beavj skillet
for e.n h |Hlff. dn>p about cup
, eeae alxture into hot oil. Fry
on each !ide until golden brown
i nters oil to pan needed
to k.- ;. proper depth for frying
Drain '<- well on absorbent
i iipr Serve hoi Top with sour
i ream I deaired Makes about \2
Freedoms House starting at 8 p.m..
in the recreation room
On Ul committee are Mr and
Mrs Manuel Keicrmain. Mr and
Mrs Louis Luatifc Mr and Mrs
Philip Weiasman Mr snd Mrs.
iten Mann. Mrs. Charles Schloee-
man Louia Paul, a Manison.
Arthur Goldfarb, Ben Coin and
Saul Block
Lei \l> People Go" is a docu-
mental-} on the estabJishmenl of
Israel and was originally seen on
national television through the
)torox i orporation
f outh Gather
At Beth Shoiom
For Dialogue
i hi ol a S
of the Ti leth Sho
. hood '.'..- a di
|o between Shlomit Pevsner, of
Ha ":" stuoenl trorn la
,! i ambi : o Besbt.
the Miami Beach syna
The panel scheduled for in
featured students in i he
Hi h School of Jew-
ish Ludu *n in ndyinf
Jewish Problems 11> :
Included Robin H irmai
ol the !' shtj Religlo is I ommit-
tee; Alan Sha| iro, chairman of the
Publicity ommittee; Ken Shapiro.
vice president; and Barbara Lev)
..ml Liz. Rosenberg, ol the general
memhtT-hip
High school instructor Yehuda
Segal and Steve Krams, Temple
Beth Shoiom >outh advisor, ar-
ranged the dialogue in conjunc-
tion with .lack Shapiro, Brother
hood president.
a m o n g the topics discua
aed, as outlined b) Rabbi I .eon
Kronlsh, a- the problem of the re-
lationship between young people
growing up in Israel and American
Jewish youth coming of age In the
United states
SHOPPING AROUND
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Preparing and planning lor i
uka will be an easier task for
no isew :> if they start off their
; lists with Mai la Corn
Margarine one of the man>
it) products (nun Best Foods
When we Hunk ol Chaouka
think ol the traditional Items en
nected with thia jojreea holiday,
what could lie more traditional
than fresh baked sporige cake or
jion.-y cake' H you do your baking
with MaioU Maruanne. you'll dub
cover that not onlv are you a
Utter COOk than >ou thought, but
you're saving money.
Mazola Margarine is unique
among margarines Its 100 per
r.nt dairy-free, made with liquid
Mazola torn tni and mm Mazola
Margarina has a special no-born
formula. It fries clean and just
browns foods deUcioualy. Maaola
tastes meat at the table, too.
Henrietta Szold
To Be Honored
i-.d.iie Cantor Group of Hadassah
luncheon honoring Henrietta S/old
will be held at the Kontainebleau
I Intel on Thursday Dec 16
Musical program wHI be offered
l)\ Mis Kind Morton, soprano,
formerly of Vienna Stadt Theatre
Yuban
Alino.st every Jewish housewife
knows the words to the prayei
said during the lighting of the
tianuka candles. Hearing them
pronounced year after year is
truly one of the traditional plea-
sures.
Now some modem words have
the power to conjure up feebngs
ol trailition.il pleasures 1 he words
are -deep. dark, and delicious
nd thi pleasure is Yuban Coffi i
ii Id's r chesl coffee
TI V ke> to Y I..... I w hi :
ition 11 ran ag< d i
in the Yuban blend Natu
rally, you pay a little roori
premium i but the n arda
ire worth the slight differenci
\ | ... ,f/( can be ei I in
the new "no-key" can- or as
Instant Yuban in .. variets ol jar
jites ai 'i thi Hne product* are
certified Kosher and Parve
Serve your famil) an I guests
th* oni coffee ihat makes any
meal a -imch.i meal YObei
Rabbi Kronish
In Book Review
The Ambassador." hy Morris
ur-t current est seller, was re
viewed by Kabbi Leon Kronish on
Wednesday evening In the Temple
Beth Shoiom V.Hiitorium.
First ol a scn.v the review is
part ol the Beth Shoiom cultural
program speaa wad by the Sister
hood through '- 'FoetauaJ ol the
\i:> ra-eheired by Mrs. Meyer
Eggnahl and Mra Stanley I.e.in
son
Mr- Seymour SuVerman is Si-
terhood piwaidenl Mrs Josi ph
FardO is way- and mean- vice
president
Othet reviews are scheduled for
Jan 12 Fob 9 and Api 13.
f
save
Name Hoberman
To Committee
Surfside Councilman luis Hob-
Miun a- accepted an appoint
the committee on Town
Ufiaatien for r.**> of the Florida
l.ea^u* . poinlni-'it was made by l/levc
l.m,1 ; -co president of the
Leaajui
Ihi- i the MKond year for Hob-
^inm who was appointed last
year by Mayor Hitter of Jack-on
\dlr. f< nner president
ITh. i iie ol the committee will
!* to proflaOtfl the Town Affiliation
proggan and to extend its activi
lies to delude other municipalities
in Hor da, according to Gordon T.
l.uUer xecutixc secretary.
At tl annual convention of the
1 e*ue .IP|,| thin year in Miami.
Council an lloberman reported to
tin- eon m it tee that Surfside was
consider nj; an affiliation with
Montreal, Canada, following a per
soiia! v -it by City Manatier Fred
Bow
Club Will
Elect Officers
Mien | Friendly Social Club,
which ::.eets at the Israelite Cen-
ter. 3175 SW 25th St.. will hold
election of officers on Sunday at
2 p m
a On Thursday at 7 p m. the clubs
Glancing class was to be held Mas
(.arxhag is president.
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of the nationfc leading margarines
Hera, why Fteisehmarms betonfs in .v^y Jewish howa-
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tore of oils
Evry pound contains almost a cop
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ides' for low saturated fatd.sts many
doctors recommend
CERTIFIED KOSMEft by Rabb-s Charlop and Re-chman-
Availabla edher Lightly Salted in the
r.friperated section or Unsalted
(Swawt) m the frozen food section
Fle.schmann* Unsalted (Sweet;
Margarine also -deal tor low-sodium,
diets
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Friday. December 10, l%;
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
jora
Unto the third generation First there were Mom
and Pop Spector, who just celebrated their 80th anniversarj.
then there were Ruth and Julius Spector, whose daughter,
Joyce, is married to Irvuii Christie, the new Miami City
Commissioner and now there are the Christie Moppets
Joyce was born right here in Jackson Memorial Hospi-
tal, wont to elemental-) school in Coral Cable*, Miami
Senior High School, and graduated from the University of
Miami, cum laude m three years, in the field of Kducation
Before tha' she n" in a year as a major in design at Stev-
ens she has used the design course well, but never pro-
fossil naHj designing the family clothes and being aide to
akme perfectlj lit shirts and vests for Irwin She and her
mother have fun doing it together Joyce also has com
pleted si iss and gold-pearlized ceramics, which are
outstanding
Joyce met Irwm at the Brown
Hotel in the CatsUUs where he
was working his way through col-
lege The) became good friends
Joyce believes thai the secret of
a happ) marriage is becom
frien.l- before the courtship be-
\t the University of Miami,
Irwin was Attorney General, and
Joyce served in his Honor Corps
Bach summer. Irwin worked and
(.nned enough to put him through
one more year of law- school Sud
denl) the) realized they were in
li'\ e!
Joyce adored children and
teaching school, but she left tier
teaching job to have i school room
of her own Included in her own classroom are Donna, who
i> seven Lisa Ban and Jennifer, the current baby, who is
two Any day now. the Christie- are expecting the latest ad
dition to theii famil) stop the press The new s
Brenda Susan checked in last weekend as the latest
tion to the Christie family i
Ever as young matron. Joyce has scored an excellent
record in community participation She worked with Nl
tional Council of Jewish Women Beth David Sisterhood, as
ITA chi the "V and corresponding secretary of
her childn school PTA. During the time Irwin was \
ted ruler of the Etta, she helped set up the clime at the
(rippled Children's Hoim- in Umattila, Kla decorating it.
which included painting a circus theme mural.
Joyce has also decorated her husband's office complete-
ly, from fixtures to floor and of course ji always redecor-
ating her own home
recent political campaign was something new for the
; ich Joyce had never
head irt [roi
mon til late at t hi ind went to as man)
is at tuld 1 he children ho knew Da
' -in better place in which to live
hai their name lor Elec-
tiot Daj
tie I t the seams. II started
1 id now '
. L'hi istie home n
rhil rhi and Irw
> .\ n to eat th< happei
. nterested in w hat goes on at hi
,- md in the i ommunit)
ical and affairs to which
and M llch th PI j< \( tually it do.sn t ma!
; what the) do the) enjoj each other's compan) and
find it's a wonilei lul world in which to live
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Joyce Denis,
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Eye June Rites
Mr and Mrs Irving Denis, 7423
SW 134th st announce the en
emenl of their daughter, Joyce,
to l sonard Kornreicb, son of Mrs
Sadie Brown. Miami Beach
Joyce a graduate of Corel
Gables High, "here she edited the
r and was elected to the Hall
Of Fame was the recipient of the
Theta Sigma Phi Journalism
award. Top Teen, and a COITes
pondent tO The Miami N.-ws and
i oral Gables Times Guide
At the I'niversit) Of Florida she
was affiliated with Alpha Epsilon
phi Sorority, Dorm Council and
Co Edikette stall Present!) s jun
ior at the I'niversit) of Miami.
she is on Burdine's I i liege Board
she is also a religious school teach-
er
Mr Kornreich graduated from
high school in Chi) ago wto 11
was class valedictorian A cum
laude graduate ol Uh I niversit)
Miami he was s hienaber of
Alpha Epsilon Delta pre-med hon
Bowman Ashe Mem
orial Scholar He was also tapped
foi membership to Phi Eta Si
hman honorary and Phi Kap
pa Phi Now s sophomore at the
Synagogue Unit
To be Honored
At Sky Lake
Ha! In Jot.a.i I i .
dllCting Friday eveiii ..
Skj I tksj Eynagqsjue .
tion. ICU1 NE HMh \..
tribute to tie Religious i*on
members who u.i
pupped the SyOjSil
stiucted the classroom*
s< ho< 1
Members to be h
laxrj \i iroviu chaii i
Fried lender David <; .
Kat? Irving hat/. Jed
Irving Laufer, and David i .
A reception follow in,. U
\ :ce in honor of the i
.vi'i t. given > Mr and
Gati
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Katzensteins Will
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Mil i
Katzenstein rried
j i i t Cat
Ral Narot ol
M
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Kra hai les Ms ngel i
be ihers in< I
and V
i ireenbe
ol Mi and Mrs Max
l GreenberR 3271 SV> I8tl St
the new Mrs Kataenstein atti
the I'niversit) ol Florida
graduated, cum lunde, from the
'. niversit) of Miami with i i;
-re- in psycholog) She is cui renl
ly teaching at Eastern state School
and Hospital In Philadelphia
The bridegroom, son of M
Mrs Albert Katzenstein. of Clifton
N .' attended Newark I
Engineering He is current!) em-
ployed b) \ ant.m.i inc of Phila-
delphia, where he and his bride
will live
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th. bride parents \ June r> wed-
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Marilyn Katz
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Mr and Mrs Philip Kat/. 7440
Byi : \\< sni in the an
of then daughter, Marilyn,
t., Ronald Z Kaler son of Mr and
Mrs Calvin Kaler, 470 SM 21st H.I
Miss Kat/ attended Miami Beach
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Friday, December 10. 1965
Rhode Island Club
Installation Dinner
Set Sunday Evening
Rhode l-latnl Club of Greater
lumii will hold its annual install*-
1011 dint er on Sunday. 7 p.m., in
auditorium ol Washington Fed-
L234 Washington .\\.'
Officer! and board members to
ie installed for the l *ti season are
'.i':i Priedenn. honorary president;
v rs, Meyer Rudnick, president;
Mrs Dora Gersh, N.it Cohen, vice
residents; Mrs Joseph Rotenberg,
rving Conn, Mrs Nat Cohen
(taries. Mr- Dora Rothberg
eaaurcr; Alfred Aden, sergeant-
it-arms; Mrs Alfred Aden, chap
ain; Mis Leonard white, sun
hine committee chairman; Mrs
Max Duhin. Mrs. Harr> GoMbi
u -te>> committee co-chairmen
Directors are Mr and Mm Ai-
red Aden. Mr. and Mrs Irving
ohn, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Cohen.
Mr and Mrs Max IVun. Mr and
\lrs Bin Priedenn, Mrs Dora
lersh, Mr and Mrs II.iim Gold
>crg, Mi and Mrs Meyer Rud-
nek. Mrs Anna MandeH, Mr and
Mrs Morris Pepper, Mr and Mrs
lack Pritchard, Mr and Mrs .lo-
pfa Rotenberg, Mrs Dora Roth-
Mr and Mrs Leonard White.
ir and Mrs. HaiT) Scliaffer.
The club meets ever) second
Sunday ol the month, at 7 p.m in
he Washington Federal Auditori
m.
At the Temple Menorah-Israel Dinner of Stale recently
in the Fontainebleau Hotel are Leonard and Dorothy Rosen,
seen here receiving a Book of Tribute from Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz.
Temple Menorah Buys 5323,500 in Bonds
To Honor Leonard Rosens at Tribute Here
Garden Club
Has Workshop
Next meeting of the Dadeland
iarden I ub was lo be held rhurs
( > 30 a m at the home "f Mrs
ck Salem 'i-too SW I20Hi st
Mrs .....i .< Gittelson, president*
innounced that the program was
o feature hanging basket work
hop, directed bj Tom Menu
; Fantastic Gardens
Mr and Mrs Leonard Rosen
were honored last week at
the Temple Menorah Israel Din
, r of state at the Fontainebleau
Hotel, ;in Rosen became the first
iccipient of the Lord Baffour
Israel Freedom Medallion and
Mrs Rosen received the coveted
Ataman of Valor Award
The .maids were conferred up
Ion them b) the Earl of Balfour
lephew of the first Karl who was
the author "f the historh Balfour
De< lai ation.
Th dinner resulted in the sale
of $373,500 in Israel Bonds, as
the nearly 500 members and
friend* of Temple Menorah and
the Rosens responded to an ad-
dress by Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
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Rosen is president of Temple
Menorah and former chairman ol
the Greater Miami Israel Bond or-
ganization, which he led to record
heights in bond sales during his
chairmanship.
Program participants Included
Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, chair-
of Israel Bond Women's Divi
v.-., n Robert l. Siegel, dinner
chairman. Mis Edward Schuman,
.lack A Burstein and Nathaniel
G lick man who respectively led
tj tn the Queen of England,
President of the United States and
the president of Israel Mr* Sam
Fuchl Introduced Lord Balfour
Cantor Nice Feldasnn presented .,
special vocal selection.
The Menorah of Statehood
ceremony was conducted by
Rabbi Abramowiti. The torch of
Zion was borne by Mr. and Mrs,
Joseph Mansbach Holders of the
pilot light were Mr. and Mrs.
Sem SchiHmtn
Candlelighters of the 17 branch
ed menorah commemorating l*
reel's 17th year of statehood were
Mr and Mr* Sam Fuchs. Mr
. nd Mrs Charles Summer, Mrs
Sonia Danovit/. Mr and Mrs
Michael Bronsiein. Mr and Mrs
Oscar linker. Mr and Mrs |v.,
dore Dr.ll. Mr and Mrs Jacob A
Burstein. Mrs Belle llirsch. Mr
and Mrs. Abe Appel, Mr Louise
DeCoveny, Mr. Irving Billig, Mr.
and Mrs Joseph G Denmark. Mr
ami Mrs Carl Zwerner. Mr and
Mrs Joseph Jose!>on. Mr and Mrs
Jotaph Shiftman. Mr and Mrs.
Ben Ellas, and Mi Isaac Hirsch.
Party to Aid
School Library
At Academy
Annual theatre party for the
Hebrew Acndemj PTA dated for
Dec 27 will feature "The Agonj
i:..i (he Ecstasy
All proceeds for the showing of
he film at the Lincoln Theatre
i,i go toward maintaining the
Hebrew Vcademj Library
Temple Beth Am
Welcomes Cantor
Temple Beth Am i Icomed
ilicbael Kyrr, its new cantor.
>n Frida) at the 7 90 p m familj
vorship service.
Cantor Kyrr is a native New
Yorker, a graduate of the School
if Music of Brooklyn College, and
>f the Hebrew Union School of
sacred Music He holds B A and
B s M degrees
Cantor Kyrr has had a disttngui
lied musical career, being one of
he youngeat baritones to sing with
the Schola Cantonum He has
appeared on radio, television and
the concert stage and has sung
under the direction of Toscanini.
Damrosh, Barbirolll and other Una
conductors.
For man) Mars, he maintained
a studio in New York "it >
He served .i> guest cantor for
Beth Am during the Hitfh Hol>
Days
Knesef ft Israel Sisterhood
Sisterhood of Kneseth eI Cn-
, ation. 1418 Kuclid fm nH
hold its annual latke party in hon-
or of Chanuka in the new Social
Hall on Tuesday at 13:30 pm Hab
bi David l.chrficld and < antor
Abraham Self wifl partminte in
tl program
Cancer League
Lunch Monday
The seventh annual I'm, (von of
the Women's Cancer League of
Miami Beach will t- held >> M ui
da) at the Koplainehleau Hotel.
Luncheon chairmen are Mrs
Frances I.inn and Mi- George
Lewis
program will include a fashion
show b) Sara Frederick* s1, >'>s
with styes by top designers Paul-
ine Trigere, Ben Zuckennan
man NoreB, Maurice Rentner, Hel-
en Rose Chi Istlan Dioi
Ticket chairmen are Mrs Mar
tin Wexlei and Mis Robert iii"
maii
Crippled Children to Benefit
on Ttiftlij evening, 8 pm the
\nn.i Miller Circle of the Miami
Beach Elka will hold a regular
meeting. The group doenf its
Funds to the Home for Crippled
hildren in I'matilla. Fla where
children are treated and educated
from infancy to 21 yean of .. .;
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camp leadership Tramini; Institute
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and the National Red Cross Aquat-
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four weeks or eight weeks Ix-uuis
June 22.
Announcement of plans for the
1966 season was made jointly by
Herman and Harry I'opkin. of At-
lanta, (la., co founders and co-di-
rectors of the six separate camp-
ing programs for some 600 hoys
and girls in the Blue Kidge Moun
tains
The six camps, each with its oun
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different age and grade groups,
beginning at seven or after com-
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high school who are eligible for
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i. Co chairmi n f"i the- e%*e
, re lln Marshall Feuer
lira Stanley GUbcrl Mrs
n was made i I h ind-
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floor len{ th sheath,
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(he nrrklinc and abo ii>
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I frr< I the bare look" Ih.
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. -,(l cr\-st:i-<- v;i
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Mr- Norman PrtSch selected
it< i eall "un coiered ith
i 'l w hitr sequins
tatin lined bugle l >
- emerald i ieen in thi Kir.
iihouiiii i'h .i pannier
...I- torn b\ Mrs Morris
.hi A full Irn :th matching
roniplftttl her ensemble
Leonard Hi i man wh <
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Lick, i White brocade In the
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Kamfl lapped her i lack lace
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Friday. December 10. 1965
Jeffrey Gretn
Jay Greisman
Mark ftcvrts
J$ar JMitzsalx
Jeffrey Green
Jeffrey Steven, -on of Mr and
Mrs Emery L. Green. 1820 SW
84th Ave will be Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning. Dec 11. at Tem-
ple Or Olom. A Kiddush will fol-
low the ceremony
The celebrant started in the first
^rade at the Hebrew Academy and
ii now in tin eighth made there.
Outside activities include football
and bowling, and his hobby is coin-
collecting.
Mr and Mrs Green, who own
and operate Continental Kosher
Caterers, will host a reccp"n and
dinner in honor of the Bar Mitzvah
Sunday evening at Temple Or
Olom.
Jeffrey is the grandson of Ben
WaJdman.
Mark Revirz
On Saturday morning. Dec. 11,
Mark Jeffrey, son of Mr and Mrs.
it/ SJ530 W Broadview Dr.,
Maurice Revitx. 9530 W l$road\ iew
I>r Bay Harbor Island, will be Bar
Mark attends Abbott School and
Temple Ner T a m i d Religious
School He is a devotee of water
Shorts, with emphasis on boating
nd swimming
A reception '"'l dinner dance
i. be held :n honor of the cele-
i v,- irdaj evening at the
:' ||
Ronald Book
': T rah Congn gation will be
Mitzvah oh-
.,:., ..| | .-i I'.. i l|
Dec ll Ronald
at N irth Mi
ere his inter
ests nd and
mem-
and
. i '
en P
I Mrs :;. look will
theii lion on
Sal mght home at
Rd

Steve Hoffman
Steve Hoffman will observe lus
3 morning,
.: !' mplc Zion,
Mr. and Mr- Leo Hoff-
of South Miami, the cele
Blintzes?
Me Ami Dinner
Hears Former
Gov. Leader
v.. i Miami Jewish l< ad< ra must
your pi d former
i;\ of Pi lia d
" nd-
.( Mi 4mi Devi lopmenf Din-
m i at the FontaineMeau Hotel
Sut day I
Leadei eferi ed to a com-
n nt made by Miami to raise
n for the constrw don of
r settle
menl rt Israi the sister i ity
f M .
This i 1962
when 40 Ii irne) ed to Is-
dedit ated thi d on
which Me Ami i- now being built.
"Over S3.5 million has been
raised," reported Gov. Leader.
"We most raise one more mil-
lion to complete the job."
Other speakers included Peter
I .aw ford, screen star; Dr Irving
l.ehrman. spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Emanu F.I; R alibi Mayer
Abramowitz. of Temple Menorab;
William Bornstein, pres! lent of
the Jewish National Fu: I Coun-
cil; and Leon J. Ell. former presi-
dent of the Jewish National Fund
here.
This was the largest dinner the
Jewish National Fund has held to
date in Greater Miami.
Nothing goes with
a good meal like
Tetley Tea!
Because Tetley is bright and
bracing as tn finest, tastiest tea
should bea favorite in Jewish
homes since 1837.
, BAGS AND
INSTANT
Walter Pidgeon Co-Stars Take Lead Roles
At Temple Beth Sholom Anniversary
t\. i ibm nted stars ol
n v it Playhouse ol Miami
nent
foi ih 2 Ird n ni rsarj
ol Temple Beth S
oi iv hi at the Americana
Hotel, Chairman .lame- If Albert
announced Wednesday.
Beth Brickell ami l
\oi\w.\ who plaj the top support-
in | roll to Walti i Pidgeon In
brant is a student at Glades Jun-
' or High School.
The Bar Mitzvah will be hon-
ired at a reception in the Hoffman
ome.

Eric Neilinger
Early morning services at Beth
1 i'orah Congregation on Saturday.
.cc. 11. will include the Bar Mitz-
ah of Eric Neilinger
Son of Mr. and Mrs Herbert
\. ;!mer. 745 NE 178th Ter the
elebranf is In the enghth grade
at John K Kenned) Junior High.

Jay Grossman
Jaj Eric, son Of Mr and Mrs
.eonard Grossman. 12479 Key-
tone l't will become Bar Mitz-
vah during morning religious ser
Vices on Saturday. Dec. 11. at Tern
pit Israel.
Michael Greenfield
Michael, son of Mr and Mrs Irv-
ng Greenfield, of I-ong Island.
N V will be called to the Torah
on Saturday morning. Dec. 11. at
Temple Zion. 8000 Miller Rd
Michael is a seventh grade stu
dent at Baldwin Junioh High
< boot, Long Island
AHHUK AlOffHf
Calvert Names
Murphy President
Appointment of Arthur F Mur
phy as president of Calvert Distil-
lers Company has been announced
by Fdgar M Bronfman, president
ol the parent company, Joseph F.
Seagram 4 Sons. Inc
Murphy was executive vice pre-
sident of Calvert be/ore his promo
tion to the newly-created post
Calverl brand- include Calvert
Extra. Canadian Ird Calvert,
Calvert (Jin. and Calvert Cock-
Murphy has been in the liquor
industry since 1946, when He
joined Seagram Distillers Com-
pany as a sales representative
in Connecticut. He held a suc-
cession of increasingly respon-
ible sales posts, becoming nat-
ional sales manager for Sea-
gram Seven Crown in 1960.
lie | lined I ah ert a- t ice | i
dent and g I PS manager in
and w as pi omoted to e>
live i ii e presidi nl in l!'*>-i Calvert
t (Ur ila inti i lui e i under In- I
have al
read) won major share of the
udusti c detail market
[in ng World \\ai ll. he served
aboard an aircraft carrier In the
Pacific from 1942 to 1945
Take Hi i Sh Mil <''"
D,, ji at the Roosevelt ill
at the Beth Shoiom ci l<
, '..- ,.,. a I that I here
vull be no formal speaking pro-
gram or fund rai-mp at the din
ner. said that the redcdicatmn
theme of Chanuka will l>c spot
lighted at the gala, die opn
lunction.
Cantor David Conviser and a
choir quartet will present a spe-
I cial medley of Chanuka songs,
and the tO-pieee orchestra of
Crusty Drybread has been en-
gaged for the evening.
Rabbi Jacob weinatein, ol I hi
cago, national president of the
Central Conference of American
Rabbis, will laonch the 23rd anm
versary celebrajion Dec 17 with
special Chanuka sermon Rabbi
Weinatein, a national leader foi
Israel Bonds and other causes, also
will lie a spedal guest at the din
ner
Arrangements Chairman .lames
M Knopke said that -ome 40 host
easea will join Rabbi Leon Kronish
and Cantor Conviser in a ma
Chanuka menorah lighting cere
mon) at the start ol the dinner
With more than tfOO families.
Temple Beth Sholom i- one of the
largest congregation- in the n.i
tion and is celebrating the comple
tion of its nt-w physical plant, val
ued at more than $1,250,000
Aliyah Official's
Visit Cancelled
The visit to Miami .->uratay by I
, Aharon Margahth of the Aliyah
Center of the Jewish Agency Amer-
ican Section at Atlanta. Ga., was
cancelled this week due to the ill-
ness of Mr Margahth
The Jewish Agency official was
due in Miami to discus- plans with
persons interested in going to Is-
rael to live and work
Spokesmen for Margalith reveal-
ed that a new date for bis arrival
here will be announced shortly
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Luxner to Head
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Morton B luxner -'net -ales
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Match Corporation wai m-iaiied
a. pre-idcnt of the Virth Miami
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urday
Installation of Officers wa- at a
dinner meeting at B A Dickey's
new Club HOUM ResUUTMH Win
Chealej Uetenant governor of
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-cr\e other members installed u #
ficers along with Luxner were ad-
ministrative vice president, Albert
l-aaes. educational vice president,
Edward Decker; secretary. Bill
Minim-, treasurer K "-i-t Stem ;
nd Uea Jernigan lergeant at-
arms.
North Miami Beat roastmaa-
ten Club meets m n tl) on the
second and fourth :% wday
Dade Legislator
Wins Top Award
State Rep Richaid A I'etturew
of Dade Count} baa been receiving
con&ratuiator) letter- from around
the -tate in connection with hi-
Aiien Morn- Award for Mentor!
ous Public Scr\ ice
l'i \' :.:nw iv. ived the Allen
Mon i- Award as thi
in membei ih
: i Ii ipment, the on ly cat r ol
the Allen Morris Vwards applic
.iiili aacond t<
Pettigreu wa cl
of hi i in thi
i. an
. the House i
ceive the award Pettigreu ai i
the ten
.
' l eapoi '- in a poll
. the si i
11! ;-ic the li
lives durii
the regular session imls
Legislature
QUICK!
...PRONTO!
...SHNELL!
Chef Roy-Ar Dee frclj that
three gea arc better
ag that his
pirn oust mix u very
la in.
CHEF B0Y-AR-DEE#
Chee Pizza
C Itlpit It in thii one poektfi
now ever and quicker to
prepare ih.in ever! Jut add
Water lo the new fastcr-to-fW
mix for a lender, crunchy
I everytima. Rich, true
I in piwa sauce teasor.ed
with herbs and spices.Topped
with choice Italian-style
cheese*. Have some soon I
g on the packaft means Kosher. Certified
Kasha/ and Parve by Ribbi Jacob Cohen
Cardiac Hospital /Meeting
Regular meeting of the Miami
Reach < hapter of National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Hospital is sched-
uled for Wednesday noon at the
Deauville Hotel.
tfaeortM from Thoune, SiU*rlad. by the cbe* Cheese Co'
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bj some 1.000 delegates The project will include the
i convention alto approved bufldinf of two mBee of road to the
30.000 project Involving i Bv <"i' "' ** mountain, which rieea to
r. \-. city \J iJTA> meet child-cara aocial service and ctltural activ.tiei in the I'nT-d ''''-<' effort through the Jewish an elevation of 2.000 feel
I Mlrrachi Women's Organi- vo<-at.o'nal education needs In Is States during the coming year The >'""" "' r*',l,Tm M,,,,l,t A Pel allocation of $25,000
Ha/.in in i^ael i i.alilee to be waa v.,.,| bj the delegates to ei>
'"' completed within a three-year per- pan,i the John F Kennedy Mem
{el "f Si.333.000 to and to continue it* educational and ition national convention onal Lii>rar\ in Jerusalem
lizrachi Votes $1,335,000 for Program
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Friday. December 10. 1965
Michael Ruden left1 and Joseph Fieder. co-chairmen of the
Combined Jewish Appeal committee al the- Executive House
3ii Mian h, we:e first to start the 1966 campcian in tl
a. The men held their initial meeting recently, made
::s and predicted a successful diive for CJA.
'66 Combined Jewish Appeal Cabinet
Maps Campaign During Months Ahead
First meeting ol the l!VWi Coin
ined Jew ish Appeal campaign
abinel was held Tuesdaj at the
Fontainebieau Hotel and included
xecutives ol the CJA and the
reater Miami Jewish Federation
Members <>f the campaign cah-
lel make policies ami assist ki
suiding the Combined Jewish Ap
I eal, fund-raising branch ol the
Jewish Federation, which servos
lore Hi..a 50 agencies locally, na-
tionally and omtscik.
irvinq Pictrack and h:s or
.hestra will provide the din-
ler music for the Mesivta
scholarship dinner Sunday
evening at the Fontainebleau
Hotel. (See stones. Page 11-A;
Page8-C'.
The 1966 campaign began ear-
lier this month with a kickoff
dinner held by the Accountants
Division, annually the first group
to st the p*ce for the campaiqrv
Last year, the CJA met a goal
of $1,440,000 and annually ranks
second only to the United Fund
in scop*.
"I am certain your backgrounds
in cornmunit} wnrioa will be of
vital importance to the campaign,"
J) i Ki>iak. liKW CJA easnpaign
chairman, and Joseph \i Upton,
president of the Jewish Federa-
tion, told the group
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Maurice Glinert, To
Mark Anniversary
A national officer ol tin' Ameri-
can Jewish Committee ami his
bride ol 10 years will celebrate
their golden wedding annhersaiv
on Sunday.
He is Maunce c.lincrt. treasurer
of the AJCommittee and chairman
)t the Board of Directors of the
Hew York Division of the Appeal
for Human delations
Olinert and his wife, Tillie,
who have lived in New York
since 1936, also maintain a home
her* at 1160 StHlwater Dr.,
Miami Beach, where the festivi-
ties will take place.
The <;i::.fit- wer.....> i i"
New York ii ive three
| ai Stanlej
,. ajor in th Mr K>u'
in I.nicein. Ni br ran
. hildn n
Glinert servi >- chaii man oi
the American .'< mmittee -
Man and ln\estmenl Com-
mittee, and '.- a momber oi the
I mph M- s Pension Fund
A well-known businessman, phi!
anthrcpic and civic leader. Glinert
i- .. member of the firm of Hirsch
i ompanj He is a recipient ol
plaque from the late President
(Canned) for "Twenty Years ol
Service to the Nation" as chair
man of a district oi the Selective
sen Ice System.
lie is a founder, former treas-
urer and board member of the
customers Brokers' Association.
GMneai is a member of the
Board of Trustees, associates
tiea-wcr. chairman of the Finance
anal Souses' Service Committees and
a member of the Executive Com-
mittee ol Hillside Hospital
He is a member of the Ameri-
can Arbitration Association, a
member of the board of the
Hebrew Home for the A/ied and
the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Soc-
iety.
He i- .1 member <>f 11 > Harmonic
Club and former president >! the
Unar Hall Goli and CouOtrj Club
Newsman Joins
Ad Firm Here
Tom Kilpati % joined
the
Kispatrhshi was formerly on the
sales si..11 of Miami Magazizk
the .Miami News Prior to h:~ as
BOCisUon with tlie News, he was
M manager lor HSK1' Radio
Kilpatrick is fiom Lakeland
Kla.. and attended the Inivcrsitv
ol Florida.
Being-first in line for th Grand Opening of
Food Fair's new supermarket in Biscayne
Shopping Plaza here earned unexpected div-
idends for Mrs. Frank Carroll, of 8910 NE 9th
Ct. She was invited to cut the traditional rib-
bon, and received merchandise gifts as early-
bird rewards. On Mrs. Carroll's right, as she
snips the ribbon, is Herman Stein. Southern
Division manager of Food Fair. On her left is
Sidney Diamond, manager of the new store,
the chain's 47th in Dade County.
MAUtlCf CUNfBT
Federation Exec
Talks Friday
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Greater Miami Jewish Fedi
lion, "ill he pjest speaker dui
Frida) evening services at tin I
raelite Centi i
Before lie assumed his present
position, Cohen was executive di-
rector of the Federstion in Water-
bury. Conn., where he participated
in many Jewish activities.
His topic on Friday will be
"Jewish Problems Around the
World
Seymour Liebman^
To Speck Here
--. \moiir i: Uebaaa, Masurian
on the raCUlt) of Ibe I 'nivcrwty
of the Americas In Mesdco t'd>.
will speak on Latin American Jev.
n on Dei 21. n pm at the Fon-
taineWeau Hotel
Aetordini to Jack s Fopick.
president ol the South Florida Di-
vision oi the American Friends of
the Hebrew University, Kabt* May
er Abramowits, of Temple Men
,,, -ih oj Miami Beach, will bechan
man oi a hamika Bothering which
v ill also include {reelings braajsjM
from 'he Israi > Government bj
i insul General oi laraol Bull
i*a Ion
Liebman, who has lectured at
the Univer-idad Ibero-Ameri-
cano and the Hebrew Univer
sity of Jerusalem, is the author
of a Guide to Jewish References
in the Mexican Colonial Era" and
has iust completed the History ,
cf Mexican Colonial Jewry: 1521-
1821,' as well as many articles
*pp^ar!ng in current periodicals.
1 ,, ... vtensi'.e
entral and South
He had ii rt research In
Peru, hih ArKtrntiiii and Brazil.
.i- well a- Spain and Portugal
Prior to receiving an advanced
works, Liebmsn practiced law kn
Florida was active in the ZOA.
i.reatir Miami l'.ureau of Jewish
Education, and s*r\e ln>ards of many other communal
organizations
Socialite cu Continued from Page 1*
start a 13 Caribbean aboard the Argentine
. Then m mid-March, they'll
climb aboard tin- Shalom for a 42
day cniise ltinerar> calls for
stop* in Spam Italy Greece, Pot
tUgal and Haifa

Conversation centered on the
rw.fi trr >. ries for the Coramunitj
Concert Amorist ion whan \.'<
Pressdard l irolyn i Mis Dai id \ I
Hex* played host in her home to
rove
the croup's officers and director-
Honored guaal at the Wednes-
day evening yathcrinn was Ja< k
Hnwell.v of Columbia Artists
Management office in New York
City
Cocktail parties bonorinj Mate*
School Superintendent and Mr.^
Floyd Christian were held this
past weekend at the home of Ml
.iiil | miHir Keilh aivl Mr
and Mrs Paul Fuske ol Miami
. Faske Is presidei I "i t..- ^ U
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OPEN EVERY DAY
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1638 COLLINS AVE MIAMI BEACH FLA
Phone 532-3336
Those frantic one day business trips can really strip your
gears. You're tough but not made of steel. Fly in the
night before. Unwind at a Sheraton Hotel. Lose that all
wound-up feeling at a famous Sheraton restaurant. Treat
yourself to a good night's rest. Next day you'll be ready to
tackle the world. And that keyed-up competition out there.
For Insured Reservations at Guaranteed Rates, call your
Travel Agent or nearest Sheraton. In Miami call 377-0275.
Keyed-up
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rs for the 18th annual scholarship din-
the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy
Jan. 9 at the Deaurille Hotel bring to-
iled to right) associate chairman. B. I.
host committee member. Oacar Mam-
chairman, Joseph Cohen, host, Louis
mv qeneral chairman. Leonard Rosen;
honoree, Harry Genet; and honorary commit-
tee member, Samuel Reinhard. The seven
community leaders took part in a dinner com-
mittee meeting Sunday morning at the Aca-
demy, at which ticket sales passed 600 to-
ward a goal of 1.800 persons (or the SlOO-a-
couple function.
Seiberman to be Speaker
Greater Miami chapter nf Man's
ORT uill hear a discussion on th.
rvations to 18th Hebrew Academy
ler Jan. 9 Soar Past 600 Mark
i.tMii continued to acre!
ni na leaders of the 18th
(hnlarship dinner of the
Miami Hebrew Academy
. k following: a Sunday
WRUnMtM meeting at
mI Mies soared past the
1 ure announced by jjener
chairman. 1-eonard Ho-
(I the (imp pa--t the one
.irk towards its goal of
I Ron in attendance at
< a couple function
v Genet, who together
. wife will be honored at
I 9 fete at the De.uville
told the record commit-
irnoot that "the rttponu
dinner I* the areatest
ever paid to u ptrwn-
i/f in reality tuprfl.ti the
1*9 community iwirtnrtl
Hebrew Academy's vital
Jewish education for all
jth Florida."
Nolen Passes Away
S'oten, vhi> nricanurd one
I Dlida'l lamest extcrm-
lip.uiifs. I heart failure
Horn in Mississippi, he
lived at <41 No Venr
f1 >7 from Indian.ipo
I been -upennten-
p.irlnient of Sanila
- hrul) Nolen firm
shoestring, purehaa-
no
a memhrr of a
.'oiumunal or-
r resident Louia Merwitzer
praised the work of associate chair
men. B I Binder. Jack S Popick
and Jacob Kifkm. who have joined
will, co-chairmen J. A ("antor and
Joseph Cohen to spark early tic
ket Mies
National honorary committee
chairman Elliott Roosevelt and
Wolfie Cohen announced accept
ances to serve on their committee
have been received from Benjamin
Alperstein. Ir David S Andron.
Siilne\ I) Ansin. Abraham Bell. <
Morn- BienenfrM. Isaac Binde ,
man. William Bindetnnn. and Wi
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day, 8 p.m., at the Miami Reach
Federal Building. 755 Washington LEGAL NOTICE
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Councilman Raul Seiderman in the circuit court of the
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inq each year, the canned goods which they
rl the Sukkoth Harvest Festival a-e fir
* e North Miami Beach Elementary School for dv.
dy families. Shown nie Nef di
oi tiie Hebrew Department of the Bwth Shoom R*h
School with Adrian Levin. Jennifer Nebei. Randy
and Mark Hendel, turning orei the gift to Aldo
wincipal ol the Noith Miami Beach Elemental
CANTOt SAU1 BffFH
Cantor Breeh
Will Chair
Luncheon Series
The 20th annual Zionist Lunch
eon ilub. which meet^ each Wed
nesilay under the qmnaMoMp of
the Miami Beach rMsinct of the
Bionisl Organization of America.
a ill hold its fii>t luncheon thiv
Wednesday, 12 15 pjn., at the Bit/
Pian Hotel
Cantor Saul Breh of Tempi*
Beth Raphael, hat been appoint-
ed chairman of the 50th annual
luncheon series. Cantor Breeh.
who was formerly with Temle
Ner Tamid, has been active in
Zionist work in the community
for several years as board
member and officer of the Bran-
deis Zionist District of Miami
Beach
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eater Miami Chanuka Festival Set
ferae! Honris Sponsor
Gala Event at Beach
Vuditoritim Dec. 18
"dfenrisli Floridiaxi
la, Fr d iv Decemb r 10 1965
Section C
f0# MAJID JTOtr fAOt 2 C
h ing, Dee. is. will
uwte in the h*pp>
, Israel and \li
i tin- occgaaon "f
I Festival for Is
rtOO OI Atiami to
the auspices of the
Organisation here
the entertainment
I ita c will join
mg -i gala of drama,
pa,..-' ind color reflecting
uiracle of Chanuka
aid ta< mireOM of modern Ista. I
brine l It with courage and sac
cftci the tradition of the
A mg atari who will offer
i- al this celebration
Peeree, one i.i the
valid leading tenors and itar
Metropolitan Opera;
Jrsoej veteran of the
nment world who hai de
much of hi- tune to the
Israel: Walter Pidg i n
(ai screen and Mage the U
l rat s> mphonette, the Cantoi
irus, the Hora Festival
-. and a host of others
i ham ka Festival ill a so
f II. scene of the premiere per
formance of jh- Saga of Israel.
uarrated l> Ken Gaston, TO mark
the ii-i M ami hanuka Festival
i r Israel under the auspices of
the bond organisation here, the
itie. st.on Riu .e.iiure the mass
mg ol the American and 1st
i ith the assistance ol the
Miami Scottish Bagpipe Band,
some ol whose members served
in Israel as part of the Klack
Wat.h. and the Greater Miami
Karenim String Band of lot),
celebrated throughout the nation.
At the Chanuka Festival, re-
it.on anil be given to the
synagogues and temples her.- by
Great i Miami on behalf of Is
rail bonds Replicas of ancient
oil lamps of Israel will !* pres-
ented t" the rabbis of the CM
pregations whose leadership in
the Israel Bond effort h i< i
helped make the celebration pos-
sible
Admission to the ('hanuka Pes
tival a II be o the bs ds ol 1st I
Hi nd purchase* a II i impli
mentarj tickets issued to -H IMS
purchase i s
Nlvaiiing of Bonds to Israel
i : th* road l ..' and you will e< ores
I tell you I
Is I For the h
. It is Israel Bond fi
ii achie >> mui Ii ol the >
igi s ii is these : und
the Inference in Israel's trowing ipil Imer.l
lei B i ds an o intert
ted to th" ad ai i en enl ol -h Jewi>h stati i .t
>oi the upbuil tsn at .. n
thi lox> won -ii deal ly II baltlof.eid
ii to a real image o nail >nal devel
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A CHANJXA BOND WITH THE STATE OF ISRAEL
BR'EF SURVEY OF MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS DURING THE CAMPAIGN
[Israel Bond Drive Sees 'Greatest Year in Sight'
KM Israel Bond driva
using phase, U> be
Chanuka I tivs
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Det 28 the i
Inn it- : ach a
il had garn r* d I n
i ... rears
leading larael
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situation, declared that "ei
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its! spot
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Raabi Kron ish i
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s nan igue an I lem| le sm i
B nd dinn -r has
tli yea I ill Pi ior re
nilti H< noted thai
ii app
in I temples dur
gregation dinners
1 hll ol Israe. Bonds wci
Beth i i ah, under
t.H- |i :, lership ol Rabbi Max A
i ,,M:, : : le Bi th Sholom
ind Mrs Sej
i h-.ii were honored;
i F.| dinner under
lidanci f Di Irving Lehr
\ .' Molask) be
if Is
.:
I Mi ... ah noring
UM President Cil<'
tward I
i '" '* '
(aim I
rant
task II i
i
Has :ael in an official
tme Commute* Di
try
mitto for the El
\ Mai Oroviti am
pioneers m Israel's economic growth from its verj Inception a-
4 State l" years ago
LHHAKO B05EV
SA'AUU W.ISIZSD
K.U8I lEO.V KffO.ViSM
I ;.. I ael Boi cl .
I. is i B n
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M ay er A and I
i led bj
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etsk)
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ol 1965
' o bring I
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thesi .< the dinni r
, ol thi
in conjunc
i with tin' Farband and P
U tin- event, vel
,.., dei Mi and Mra
rvice to Is
i i Chanuka 1
Be ch Vuditorium wil
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, i u hit h more I
-
o the p ople ol
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i. i on | acti thi u
hel I mi-
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I-. ael and if," Govi
of Florida, and which th
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Dec L'fi. in the Grand Ballroom


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* k-lst fhriflti
Friday, December 10. 1%$
Stars of Entertainment World W ill be Featured
JAN PHBd
NOTED SCREEN STAR ON PROGRAM
H a Her Pidgeon Sla ted
For Dramatic Reading
Walter Pi obably one
i( the busies! actors ol the stage
md acTMa. He has starred in
motion pictures includ
-ill classics a- Mrs Mm
niver." "How Green Was M) Val
(j and man) others t in Broad
he has appeared in man)
nts
in spite of his busy theatrical
areer. Mi Pidgeon found time
to lend Ins talents to many charit-
able causes He has -, rved >-
president of the Screen Actors
Guild and as campaign chairman
the Hollywood Pern
Charities Committee In the sjhic
vein are f 11 numerous stints
abroad, entertaining troopt
camps and hospitals
Mr Pidgeon will n M
ami at the new Roosevelt Play-
in 'lake Her She Mine. '
opening on Dec -l and plavin^
through .'an 2
Mr. Pidgeon's participation in
the Greater Miami Chanuka Fes-
tival was arranged through the
COUTteS) of Ken Caston. |iroducer
lor tin- Roosevelt Playhouse (1.,-
ton. successful young New York
impn has been named >-
producer for the Roosevelt Play-
ise
tt -a* m
WAlTf* PIDGfON
SAMUft FflSHKO
JAN PEERCE
Cantor ... And a Leading Tenor
Jan Peerce will be among the
internationally renowned artists
to appear at the Chanuka Fes-
tival under the auspices of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond
Or'-.ani7ation on Saturday eve
ning, Dee 18. at the Miami Beach
Auditorium.
Having launched his career as
a cantor, he is today a leadm :
Metropolitan opera star
Since the establishment of Is
rael, he has been a familiar ti-
me in Israel's world of musii
iini has made frequent appear
ances not onl) in Israel, but in
the I lilted St.ite- on behalf of
Israi l and Israel Bonds
\ ., com ert artist, Mi Peerce
has sung in nearl) every Eu
ropean country, as well as in Is
th Aft 1
Ami '' \ istralia Bnd New .'
II. h,.- toured the Soviet
es ol the
t : .:. Stati st.cte Department,
t A el If an ev i I
to sing the Bolshoi Theatre ii.
Mo-1
: ha- SUI
throughout the L'nited
States I di mi capacit)
audiences i: .,:., u II.
the San 1 I Bn< l-< ol'
I ew isohn stadium. It o b i n
Ho id I 'ell and Hoil) wood B o w I
He is also widelv known f(.r hit
highl) successful appearances on
Bl television
V
Tickets to Chanuka Fete
The community wide Chanuka Festival celebration >j..
unl.tv evening, Dec 18. to the first in the hiHorj oj i
Miami to U- held under the auspices of the Israel Bond >r
ganization
Admiasion to the Festival will be on the basis ol I rael
Bona purchases In) one who ha- purchaaed larae
1869 will receive iompliim-ntary tickets Of adnnssinn
i mpleti etails can be obtained from the Israel B
fice. 424 Lincoln l.n Miami Beach. Information ma)
obtained .>t most temple: and tea throughout thi
Miami an
the Chanuka Festival in
'.: Peerce m ill
| ., -;> : .mi ap
propi late to thi
I'een e wai born in N'w
Vork Cit) .....( en
ed The
lu- neighbors first knew hin
an alto voici choirs, it
was ii it that th<
wav t! : l
I I
11 knowi the
titles in
nsive
ti rmim d
: Rox) i;
the t e n o r his fn -t big
establishin
., Ih< Ri io
i p. h<
from
and be, me ki
i idii i i
Hall

It San ii
late music d i ei I
Bl '
introdtH ed M
I
H K Bl "i aei
. .
p piano an
tenor aria i
Continued on Page -J C
Foastmaster General1 Jesse! Due
Fronl and Center at Pageant Here
George Jesse) ii one of the all
time greats" of American show
business liver a span of yean,
he has achieved stardom in
man) areas of the entertainment
world on television, radio, the
Broadwa) stage and the screen.
With it all. he has given much
time and t a lent t" countless
charitable causes Among the
. nearest to his heart is the
srai
and
numerous on
behall ol thi I
Hot
Dubl ter Get
i : b) two l
L'niti 15 les. i will
tei if cen nonies of
the talenl i .
rival pr o r a m here Saturday,
De< 18 at the Miami B<
torium
Born April :t. \nm in New
'i k Cit) the sun ot Joseph and
Charlotte Jessel, young George
entered the public school system
without a thought of show busi-
ness When his father died in
1IMI8. he was forced to leave
school to earn a living He got
i job singing with a trio at the
Imperial Theater A year later,
he was hired for a vaudeville act
called 'School Boys and Girls
From there, he went into the Gus
[Edwards "Song Revue." which
launched hi- success in the the.,
let and thi i-d up with
E idie Cantoi in an act called
"Kid (Cabaret a h i c h toured
from cos I ,i-t
In IB18, Jeaael developed his
famous 'ted p| ii conversations
with Mama routu i hu h estab
li-hed him as | solo i
During the next twei
produced and appi an
of Broadwa) show* Ii
clubs railed
He ha- ah
111 n I i n n pietui.
du< ed doi

FtRSHKO TO CONDUCT MlMBll
Israel Symphonette Premiere
OtM Of Israel'.- (o:emo-t (om
posers and musician- I'rof Sam-
uel Pershko, will conduct the is
rael Symphonetia at the Chan
uka Festival lure Dee 18 under
the auspices of the Israel Bond
Organisation and will present
the world premiere of his own
composition. "Chanuka Yoda,"
written llv for this oc-
ca-ion and based on the theme
anuka
The composition for orchestra
an I a vocal ensemble Ii dedicat
ed to the men and women of
Greater Miami who have aided
the growth of Israel- economy
through the Israel liond program
A prominent composer in Is-
rael. F, rshko wrote musical
shows for number of theatres
During the War ol Liberation
Pershko was music direct
Koi Israel Among his com
lions which became interns
all) famous is "Bab Bl Wad
Perahko is the composer of
the Broadwa) -how Sotvs of
'I,.. N......,


.,-. December 10. 1965
-JenistrkTHtor
Page 3-
The Ambassador's Ball: A Moment of Magic
Slcllar Social Event is Scheduled
This Year Dec. 26 al Fontainebleau
Mi
..... '.'.' Divi-
I Or-
The Ambassador s Ball, hold
annual!} noes L801, ia a eulaalaa-
lion of the annual Israel Bond
drive, and has brought inter-
national attention to the com-
munity as the event has grown
from, year to year in color and
stature.
This festive occasion, tradi-
tionally held under the patron-
i "i the Ambassador ol Israel
and the Govei nor ol F I or i d .1
bring!* together si.....
tables Imn ol com
. sections
I the nation, in .1
el Ihi out State
idor's Ball ia
of I
1
:
I
70 GREET ENVOY FROM '.SRAEL
scene of the presentation of
young ladies come-of-age to the
Ambassador and the Governor m
a debutante ceremony. First
instituted in Miami in 1961, and
now a custom throughout the
country, the ceremony will be
observed tor the tilth consecutive
year al the Ambassadors Ball of
IMS, on Sunday evening, Dec 2t>.
.it the Fontainebleau Hotel.
The young I.idles to be pres-
ented will all have fulfilled the
basic requirements for selection
i I j participation with the
major communal endeavors, such
. t< ffiliation. I nited
Fund Jewish Isra !
and an overall ii 1

com
i!>
Is in 1
de - 1
br 11 the young
i- lee ted

Diplomatic Corps Out in Force
custom whii I mwn in
eaning
is ih' in to the
lor "I I s re a I of the
of fore 1 ei a-
on
.ill in which the
led SI I Israel are
, .,
rid In the color

ai e e s c 0 r 1 c d
t mall) pr< sented by
men and worn* n ihe lewish
ol sen
tnunit) and the
State ot Israel has merited this
For Uk
The nations whose emissaries
'\>.t\n Austria
B m Both
nbia. Costi I Dei
Dominican Republii I-1
El Sal\ ador. Finland. I 1 am e,
nala Haiti,
If on d ti r a s, Libe ij M
V thci Ian Vicara ua, It.il>.
N 0 1 m .1 >. Panan a Pat
! sa dl :i I'll.11.and
l'msua\ and Venezuela
Miami Banks Continue to Set
Pace for Bond Investments
ttOTy of the faith of the
111 an people m Israel econ
a exemplified by their in
t m Israel Bonds, eon-
a prominent chapter in
the -t"! j of Israi i rebirth as a
nation Within that chapter, there
will be a page reflecting the con
fldence of the banking Institu
Uoni of the United States ai
A gro


Leonard Uair.a. president cf I Natioi Bonk
group, present! Rnbbi Leon Kionish. G
Bond chairman, with a check la 560.000. the
purchase in Israel Bends. Usma expressed ihe pride ci his
orqanizat.cn "to participate In this unique inv'
mic investment and a human investment at the same
Urn-
their substantial Israel Bond pur
. bases
tmong these, the banks 1 1
Miami will merit .1 place all then
own In i!H>4. when the ruling bj
.tames .1 Saxon, comptroller ol
currenc) in Washington, author
iied hanks to invest in Israel
Bonds the banks ol Miami in
vested a total in Is
rael Bonds
'l hi year IM "1 the
., quartet 1 I a mil
hj ihe Fn -' Nati nal
Bank "l Miami followed b)
1 I'eoph
Nalu nal 1 'Oal
S1U0.U Sa

\ 1 Natioi ... Ba is
bj the l hange Invi stmenl
i;.1 nd a numbi ises
1
I as se>
eral
'
luti
the


met
an all) -I l
held
Welter Hc.-ttmcn. newly-elected president of the Mercantile
National Bank, announces the second S100.000 purchase of
the Mercantile National Bank, followed closely upon the
newi that the Mercantile Naiionai Bank had been taken
over by the Capital Nclional Bank group whose previous
Israel Bond purchases had totaled S265.000. The present
purchase brings their total to the highest of any bank in the
south.
Hi! wl
Lou Poller president ot the Miam: National Bank, who already
hold." $125,000 n Israel Bonds, announced a purchase of
S25.0OO hange National Bank of Zurich and Ge-
Poller, himself a Trustee of Israel of 1964 and 1965,
announcement to Dr. Irving Lehrmon at the re-
mple F.manu El Israel Dinner of State

Mia-


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f* Jfn /<# fh^rktirir
Friday, December 10. 1965
Congregations Score Record
For Vigorous Bond Campaign
In the history of Israel's
growth toward a secure, inde-
pendent nation through the
strengthening of its economy,
one of the chapters is that of the
leadership given to the Israel
Bond program by the spiritual
and lay heads of American con-
gregational life.
In this chapter, none will hold
a brighter spot than that of
Greater Miami's synagogues and
temples Year after year, the Is
lael Bond program in this com-
munity has grown from strength
to strength as a result of the in-
spiration and leadership of the
community's rabbis and the lay
leaders of synagogues here
These dinners, focusing com
miimtv wide attention on the ac-
tivities ol the congregations for
Israel, taw sereed ai occasions
to accord recognition to Ihosa
men and women who haw been
m the forefront of lervice Urn la-
rael
Justifiable pride ran be taken
t,v M ami Jewrji m ,hf record
tbui far achieved this year by
each of the congregations which
have already held their State of
Israel Bond dinners In every in-
stance, the community'i con-
gregations have dramatically
reach* I new heights on behalf
ol Itrael Bonds
while major coogregationi
iponaored dinners for Israi I
Bonds, nearly every other i
a;ion in Greater Miami put
its -up port behind the Israel
Bond affort by conducting ip.
ptals for Israel Bonds during the
High Holidays
On this page are presented -.1
ected scenes highlighting the
major congregational dinners of
tin year
For a lifetime of distinguished service in the cause of Israel''
was the preamble to the citation which Ambassador Shabtai
Rosenne proncunced when conferring upon A. I. Molc.sky the
State of Israel Freedom Meaall.on. the scene was the tradi-
tional Temple Emanu-El Israel Dinner of State en Oct. 31
under the dedicated leadership of Dr. Irvina Lehiman. Temple
Emanu-El's Israel Bond dinner of 1965 set a new record for
bond sales of any temple dinner in the history of the Isiael
bond Organization here. A. J. Molasky became a Golden Trus-
tee of Israel on this occasion.
The Beth Sholom Israel Dinner of State high-
lights the fact that Beth Sholom initiated the
idea of temple dinners as a key factor in the
commune! Israel Bend endeavor. The 1965
Beth Sholom dinner featui*d Commanding
Gen. of Israel's Air l>rce. Ez*r Wetixmai
who presented Mr ind Mrs Seymour Silv
mail withaHfn'-l ition of the peo:
of Israel lor their efforts in Israel's behaii
.
The Lord Balfour Israel Award, the first such Temple president, and oast city wide Israel
distinction to be bestowed in the United States. Bond chairman. Above. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
was conferred upen Mr. and Mrs. Leonard owitz. spiritual leader ^f the Temple, looks
Rcsen at the Temple Menorah-Israel Dinner on as Lord Balfour congratulates the Rosens
of State chaired by Robert Siegel. Rosen is on this occasion.
Jan Peerce: Cantor, Leading Tenor
Continued from Pago 2 C
I. a grim a." from Donizetti's
T.'Klisir d'Amore "
In glowing terms, the maestro
praised Jan Peerce's bel canto
technique, his musician's sense
of phrasing, his perfect Italian.
The singer was immediately en-
gaged for Toscanini's presenta-
tion of Beethoven's Ninth Sym-
phony at Carnegie HaH, and a
long and close association began
between the two
On fourteen occasions, the last
being Toscanini s final operatic
NBC broadcast of Verdi's
Masked Ball," Toscanini called
on his "favorite tenor" for solo
appearances with the NBC Sym-
phony The Maestro featured
him in a mammoth Red Cross
WH benefit in Madison Square
Garden and in the CW1 film.
"Hymn of Nation*
In a remarkable debut with
the Metropolitan Opera Nov-
ember, 1941. he was hailed as
the first all-American contribu-
tion to the great tradition of
operatic voices.
In 1949, Mr Peerce became
the first singer in the seventy
three year history of the New
York College of Musk to be ae-
Corded an honorary Doetorate of
Music, a distinction which he
shares with such great Inatru
mentalists as the late Fritz
Kreisler and Jascha lleifetz
Beth Torah's second Israel Dinner of State held on Oct .
under the chairmanship of Samuel F'ox was the scene
. Fioxnuie | I the State of Israel cor
do:.on award to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stein. Above, Dr M
A. Lipsch.tz. rabbi ol Temple Beth Torah. share* the ; I
the Temple in the award and -n the success of the ]
which ne.ted SI55.000 in Israel Bend sales.
Temple Ner Tarn id *
Maurice Zaretzky Given
Top Award
The Temple Ner Tain id Israel
Bond dinner has the past two
yean created a landmark The
1965 dinner, held last Saturday
night at the Kontainebleau Hotel,
saw Maurice Zaretzky. longtime
leader for Israel in his native
Chicago, and here in Miami re
cue the State of Israel Award
of Honor "for his exemplary
service, meriting the gratitude
of his Temple, his community,
and his people."
Under the presidency of Mur-
ray Shaw, who this year also
serves ,-,s Chairman, the dinner
was anticipated with keen antici
pation and reflected the tradition
of leadership engendered i.v Rafa
bi Eugene Laibovirt, of
N,'r'li"m'1 auutrcf ZAtrmr
iou; ""
n uruimiiem rtimonspr in is-


Friday, December 10. 1965
- u~ur n,,f*f ,r
Page 5-C
jT)onA With j/swe/ JL,Mncltcon
<-^s n.< v ij Bi .'iii > hapti i ol
brated ImmI'i I7lh year of statehood with ;i
dramatu "Bond-with-lsrael" luncheon attended
M*.|M.'ari> 1 i>wi women
In the annals of modern Israel. Hadas-ah
hat. earned a i nique place In this role, the
-
Miami Beach Chapter ha- received national ac
claim for Its pace-setting effort on befaail of
Israel Bonds thiough its annual "Bond-with-ls-
rael" luncheon.
This year's event earned for Hadassah a ape-
cial citation for exemplar} service
Labor ZtemstenMove inte-Vanguard
From the earliest days <>f the
Ziuaist dream, a lower of
strength in turning this dream
into a reality was the I^bur
7.iofi't movement In every
phase of work f> Israel, the
l(;nU of the l..il>or Zionist
ii-.ov* ment have been in the fore
front.
F.uiher this ..ear, the Labor
Zm'-ui group ol Greater Miami
demonstrated it- devotion to Is
iael'> development through the
Israel Bond pru^iam at a dinner
hencrinx Mr and Mrs Abram
Hundreds of Labor Zionist
members and friends of Mr and
Mr- Fox shared in the success
of the function, including Dr
Simon Wilensky, dinner chair-
man. Dr. Isaac I'nterman. hon
orar> chairman; Manuel Bur-
st, m Mayshie Fncdberg. Mrs
Milton Green, the late Irving
Sachs and Joseph Zuckerman.
who served as vice-chairman.
Serving as dinner coordinators
uere for the Farband. Ben-
<; r on Branch. Manuel Rurstein.
Itialik Rranch. Morris Honig-
baum: Chaim Weizmann Branch.
Inm, Cuban Branch, Sa-
muel (ialfond. Lebidecker
Branch, Joseph P Zuckerman;
I'oale Zion Branch. Dr. Simon
Wilensky.
For the Pioneer Women: Mrs
Milton Green, president, Greater
Miami Council. Bebi IdeltOfl
Chapter, Mrs Isaac Offenhenden;
Cluh No 1 Mr- Joseph Krantz.
Club No 2 Mrs Ida Liftman.
' i1 Gables Chapter, Mr- Louis
Sachs. Filat Chapter. Mr- 5a
muel Kovalsky; Golds Meir Chap
ter, Mr- Miriam Haloerin; Ka
dima Chapter. Mrs Fred Sand
i"i and I Bi .ih i hapter, m -
\.it Wagner
Marking Israel's seventeenth year of statehood at the Hadas-
sah "Bond-with-Israel luncheon" is Mrs. Milton Sukm. lighting
the seventeenth candle of a symbolic Menorah.
&y

Mrs living Lehrman. recipient cl the Women of
Valor Award at ti'. Hadassah 'Bond wi'h-Israe'
luncheon, displays the Chen charms which are
. ed -;.- juisite to th>' W man ol Vaici
Award. From left, admiring the award, are Mr-.
I'red Jonas, chairman Hodasfh Israel !--', n
Mrs. Mi'ton Sirkin. Mrs. Jack Katzman. Mrs. Irv-
ing Lehrman. Mrs. Alexander Muss, Mrs. Nat
Barth. president. Miami Beach Chapter Hadas-
sah, and Mis. lack Popick.
Identity with Israel ol the Labor Zionist-Pioneer
Women's movement is expressed in the
award presented to Mr. and Mrs. Abe Fox
on the occasion of the first Labor Zionist Pio-
neer Women s Israel Bond dinner of Greater
Miami. The award was made by Dt. Joseph
J. Schwartz, worldwide head of the Israel Bond
Organization, at the gala banquet in Feb'u-
ary. within a week of the Israel Bond national
conference dinner The LZO dinner was undei
the chairmanship of Dr. Simon Wilensky.
When the residents of Morton Towers decided to sponsoi a
dinner on behali of Israel Bonds last April, they started some-
thing which set a pattern for other high-rise apartments
throughout the community. Under the chairmanship of Judge
Mevei L. Cherkas (righl the event took the form of c Punm-
Israel Ball. In recognition of his leadership, Judge Cherkas re-
ceived the personal congratulations cf Col. Chaim Domi, dep-
uty chief of oidinance of Israel's Armed Foices, guest speakei
at the occasion.


fri Friday. December 10,
The Menorah of Statehood
Symholie of Israel's Growth
a
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Fine hold
the Torch of Z
h the Israel Mr.
od will be lit.
hi of Chanuko an additional lighl is kindled
,- interpreted i>v many authorities a- signifying Jewrj
h i the is of the world and in< reased d Itcati
the freedom which th Maccab. -s wrested from the U
rant In similar vein is the increase y "> ">' '""'"
; i [ed in thi Israel Menorah i St)
The lit htii
here in Mia Israel was Bar Mitzvah I
has be. i
.
cities l
and I for th
- rorld J "r :
" ,,;,s beconw
tured in the pi f each ol tin
'
ch oi U
.. virtu.
. |, not ol
'
- .
c-
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby with the
pilot light from which the Israel
Menorah of Statehood was lit.
Scm and Bea Blank, holders of Is-
rael Medallion of Honor, are cho-
sen to kindle the first light.
Menorah of Stctehood is a beacon
to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cantor Gold
en Trustees of Israel.
Harry Sixkin and his wife. Esthe:
light another candle In Israel -.
Menorah of Statehood.
\

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rudnick par-
ticipate in marking the seventeenth
year of Israel's Statehood.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faske. Trustees
ol Israel, participate in the tradi-
tional lighting of Israel's Menorah.
Alexander and Gertrude Muss kin-
dle their branch of the Israel Men
orah of State at Israel Bond dinner
I
Fred and Rena Somerstein held
high the light of I s r a e 1 in
seventeenth year of statehood


**>
/

*
Morris and Ann Hirsch became
Trustees of Israel in 1961 when
Israel was Bar Mitzvah.
Claire and Jonas Brotman initiate
kindling of Israel Menorah at
the Beth Sholom-Israel Dinner.
Ben and Martha Blum were select-
ed to kindle the pilot light of the
Israel Menorah of Statehood.
'
In honor of services to temple, com-
munity and Lsrael. Sydney and Lil-
lians Guru kindle Israel Menorah,


Friday. December 10. 1965
-Jenlst fkrkftor
Paqe 7<
On the Occasion of Israel's 17th Year of Statehood
Bond
the
Charl. host to
I Giueiumi, who is a neighbor of their son I
:. Thi= .
cl* oi Golil"i: T:
A toast to the President of the State of Israel of Israel, has beer.
rfered by Isadore Hecht in personal trib- Beth Sholom and of Isrc:ei B- i
ute to the young state. Hecht, Silver Trustee ea( h came into bring
and Eva Fuchs Trustees of Is-
Te::iple Men-
rah-
. 1 Bond onor of Lord
ent foi the oc-
:fered a too I
the Qut .Hour
his uncle.
e State of
el.
>3&5
In a tradition of service to the community and
Israel. Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz and Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Ruskin shared with Sen. Ernest
Greunmg. oi Alaska, their pnde in Israels
accomplishment on the occasion of the Sen
ator's visit here last year.


Jack Carrier, T:
Israel's 1

n 1st
erve in Israel's behalf.
ind Mis, Sidney Ans.n accompany Sen. anc
Mis. Claude Peppei a they make their appeal
at the celebration of Israel's seventeenth year o!
statehood. Ansin now serves as statewide chaiima;-
for Israel Bonds.


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* y*i& Ih-rMi**r
Friday, December 10
Jewish National Fund honors Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Minov at a brunch in honor of Mrs.
Minov's recent recovery. The function was in
conjunction with the Ma Ami Development
Dinner held Sunday evening at the
Fontainebleau Hotel. Left to right are Zev W.
Kogan. chairman of the brunch. Mi. end Mrs.
Minov. and Judcre and Mrs. Morrn Benck.
President of the Beach Bar Association. Judge
Berick was guest speaker.
Palm Beach Breakers Hotel Yields to U.S.
Civil Rights Act, Drops Anti-Jewish Policy
A Palm Beach hotel under Fed
eral investigation for denying at
commodationa to Jews will yield
to the Civil Rights Acl and "fol
i a non-discriminatory policy in
the future," the i s Department
ci Justice ihu week informed the
. Defamation League of B'nai
Judge William I. Pallot. chair-
man : Florida Regional Board
Development Unit
Names Assistant
Howard Klein has been named
itanl director of th< \ ai
,;: -; ital Devi lopn
this we< k
by I Dunsky. fui ectoi
i '1 far the
jeai .i com muni t> wide
n for funds to offset the
deficit ;t
n's
ting I
v
N
:

ol ADI.. said the response came in
inswer to a League complaint, the
(list filed under the Civil Rights
Act of discrimination in public ac-
commodations on religious
grouri
The complaint, filed on March
by Arnold Forster, ADL general
counsel, with the Civil Rights
Division of the Department of
Justice, charged the Breakers
Hotel with "following a pattern
or practice of rel;.7oui discrim-
ination in violation of Title II
of the Act."
It cited the hotel for adhering
to n> consistent practice ol deny-
n accommodations to Jews" and
I John Doar assistant atf >i
eral in (harge of the Civil
: Is Division, : civil at
'- against tru Bn "to
nate the discriminator) prac
tices
In a letter to Forsti r, D
thi Di part men) of Just nvesti
ti
fi s.l Mai
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Inc .
owns thi Breal The
n : that li is now
ie to
kl :
Motel, to provide services, facili-
ties and accommodations and to
serve food to all persons on an
equal basis without regard to re-
ligion, national origin, race or col-
oi ."
The League complaint was do-
cumented with the results ol i
"dual letter survey" undertaken
by the agency to test the guest
admissions practices of the Br.-.ik
era Six sets of paired li tters, one
in each sel signed b) an individual
with a Jewish-sounding name and
one -i.i i n individual ith
"n Jewish" name, wen
tel betwet n Novi mix i
IBM and Januarj. nxa
Each set was sent at approxi-
mately the same time and re-
quested similar accommoda-
tions. In every case, the individ-
ual with the Jewish-soundinq
name was denied accommoda
tions while the request from the
prospective guest with the non-
Jewiih sounding name was
filled.
Foi rter said the teat was n
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policy ol
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Forming New
Club for Men
AM date inti
" Ihe Jewish Home foi
.V!','1 '' '"' ""i ith
K. Weinl
li nt i ro tem
v nixation held
24, other t |r.
1'"','r wen Artie Kra
vice pn
Israel, secretar) treas u
Approval for formation of the
Men's Club was given bv lh
JHA ho.rd of Erectors at its
Oct. 24 meeting.
A!" organJjjjtion
in addition to officers
-ere Louis Bn ill i S Robert
H rach, and \i
Kopelowiti Home executive
lau p,
lirector, Arthur Kali-h
idvisors
'I the Men's Club
ipected to be early in January.
i e J wish Home for thi \
i- a l.i nefii arj
Iter Miami Jewish Federation
an I the ti Fund
Corcmstf ee Advancing Plans Here For
Sciis'arshfp Dinner of Mesivta Sunday
First i immittae meeting to* tl>*
fifth ai nnal scholarship dinner o|
the Mevta "I Graalei Miami was
held s u n d > B 30 m ,hc
\ Ion Kd
Ifembara of the committee dis-
cus ioi ihe uuuh i sched
loi Dec 13 at the PonUine-
; Hotel
H.man Ga but, chairman of
the dinner, declared that "the
Mesivta is the only Hebrew
Fnqhsh boys high school in the
entire south." Students are
drawn from various South Amer-
ican communities.
The two Koshe Veahivaa, Rabbi
Milton Simon and Kabbi Abraham
Groner, addraaaed the Sunday
breakfast meeting.
Also appearing at the break
fast were Mr and Mis Charles
KAlb. Mrs Samuel Zaager. and Mr
and Mm Max Cohen, quests of
honor for the fifth annual scholar
ship dinner. Mr. and Mrs Cohen
honored revt-ntly by the Jew-
.-li Theological College of Cliieago.
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Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood ol Temple
Beth T o r a h held its annual fashion
^how, "Fantasy in Color," last week in the
Both Torah Social Hall, featuring Lewis Fash-
on* and a bruncheon. Chaiiman was Mrs. Roy
Marbuv Co-chairmen were Mrs. Meyer Sher-
nan and Mrs. B. Veltman. Models for fashion
show were Mesdames eil Shteir, Mark Roth,
Kenneth Chaitman. S. Morton Koenigsberg,
Philip Bloom. Lawrence Brant. Israel Abrams.
Net shown are Mesdames Lawrence Brody.
Sheldon Blank. T. Katzman. L. Gilbert and E.
Gordon In charge of tickets were Mrs. Edwin
Alter and Mrs. Morion Reiss.
Gables Executive Maurice Sharago Ends
Service Career With Air Force Reserve
nril 'i.ihirs business executive
nice H ttorafB has been
irinyj to hats' for a long
Hut after 23 years, he's about
put 'nt of them on the shell
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Friday. December 10. 1965
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Attorney's Group
At Beth David
Stanley C Myen baa announced
tii.' formation ol an attorney"* di*
cussion group al Beth David Con-
gregation
l -1 r -1 meeting waa luncheon
at the Duponl Plata i entei on
Tuesday Subject was Diva
and Marriage Rabbi Sol Landau,
spiritual leader oi Beth David, pre
sented the viewpoint "t Jewish
law on the subject, as well aa the
psychological and philosophical mo-
tivations for the formulation ol the
law
Judge Harold H Spaet. of the
Circuit Court, discussed the aul)
Ject from the viewpoint ol secular
Myera acted as modi ratoi
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz installs newly-elected Sisterhood
president. Mrs. Edward Schuman, at late Friday evening
services recently, along with the 118 new member families,
ct Temple Menorah
Mount Sinai Marks 16th Anniversary
With Tours Through the Hospital
t the hos
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10 a.m. .Hid Tues-
il .' p in
Public is being afforded an ou-
portunify to witness some of the
new technological equipment re-
cently purchased by the hospital
for use in the pathology radiol-
ogy and cardio-pulmonary lab-
oratories. Tours are conduct-
ed by members of the hospital
auxiliary and will last approxi-
mately two hours.
\\
Mount Sr
lical ..- '?\
personnel was tend

-1 to the hos 200
ees for free m<
tena Friday, patients will be
with spe4
Anniversarj week "ill bi
Sal la) i '. en i I >ec
II, with the fifth annual Ji
at thi
with Mr and Mrs Robert /
B MacDoi
Friday Night
With the Rabbi
At Menorah
Temple Menorah sponsored .1
Sabbath program entitled Fi i
Night With the Rabbi last Frida)
r\ ening.
Members of the Templi
their children gathered foi
litional Frida> evening dinni r
1 ith 1 andles flickered
\ table, with apt
s and cha During
ere mi
1 Rabbi Mayi r A bra mo
Mico Feldn
Folio
1 .1 affaii
the I em pie Sisterh..... and M
Club, tin entin
senices in the Ti
Rabbi VI
The Sabb 11 h Ri i\al
i '1 dman cl the
led 11
Choir under the direction of Ht
Iner

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1 Idition Mi
Mrs 1.1 r\ed
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Welcoming the 550th family into Temple Ner Tamid is Rabbi
Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader of the Temple. The ouple
being welcomed are Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Dan. At Friday
evening services last weekend, the Temple paid tribute
to its new members and families at a special service, with
Rabbi Labovitz consecratina some 150 new families The
Temple will celebrate its eighth anniversary this yea:
Young Trumpeter Will Perform
Friends of the All-Miami Youth
Symphon) announces the selection
oi .111* i 1 London aa trumpet soloist
for the winter concert She will
11 m the fit at mo\ emenl 1 rom
ll.i\dn's Trumpet 1 'i1 1
.11 1 < 1 cl 1 l :) \ tditonum Ol
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luman Rights
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Fridav. December 10 196S
Merwitzer Gets
National Honor
Louts Merwitzer, oi Miami
lew h, has I e i ed the
ienl of the 1965 Siegi He I Bend-
helm Memorial %ward of Torah
Umeaorah, the national society for
Hebrew Daj Schools, according to
an announcement by Samuel C.
Feuerstein, of I'.iookliiu' Vass .
national president oi the organiza-
tion
The award, given each year "to
an outstanding personality who has
shown selfless devotion to the re-
ligious and educational develop-
ment of the American Jewish com-
munity.'' was presented at the
annual dinner of Torah I'mesorah
recently at the Motel Piem in
New York City In the citation
awarded Merwit/er. he is de-
scribed as "a visionary, an initia-
tor of new horizons and a determ-
ined road breaker' "
Merwitzer has been president of
the Hebrew Academy in Miami
Beach for four consecutive terms
having served previous!} as vice
president for seven
State Dep't. Has No Objection C
To Dam to Divert Jordan River
ii,n to a Jordanian dam thai is
part of the Arab scheme to divert
WASHINGTON TA '
- r> pertmenl spokesman said
this week that the I nited ,-,. ,,i pun for the
States Government has ,.,. uolw. d ou) by the
late Kir. '.Iinstoo following a
headwater of the Jordan lintel N.r.i-ns technical .-*irvey
River. .-ontained n-n>mmeniationa' for
State Department spokesman quitable allov-tlon of water 3n<
Hubert McCloskey said diversion 'he riparian states and for eliectl**
plans announced by the Jordanian n,crnat,nal supervisions. We be
Government do not appear tobe represents an equ.t-
inconsistent with tbe l.v> unified -.u-wi
Kric Johnston plan for utiliza- able standard tor fair and rational
tion of regional water resources use of the waters.'
Mr. Cloakey referred to a Jordan-
ian announcement that work on
MWtaVibe*tm.-ea. apoel a""**!
Arab cooperate scheme to divert
headwaters of the Jordan River.
Men's Club Opens
Sports Program
The Men's Club of Temple Tife-
reth Jacob has instituted a sports
I rotram to be held every other
Sunday morning, begining with
soft ball last weekend at 9:19 a.m.
Chairmen are [ruin Anhalt. and
Fred Ra|
Next n < i the Men's Club
will U' held :.\ Dec. 1-'.
80 a m
Beth David Sisterhood held its annual Shipwreck Party
recently in Spector Hall. Left to right, discussing re-
sults oi the affairs, are Mrs. Irving Weiner. president; Mrs.
Harold Abbott, party chairman; and Mrs. Seymour Friend,
fund-raising vice president.
Beach Bar Elects Officers
v the annual plections held I : Doris Sirkin. seretary; Murraj
elation q odman, tn and Martin
' ers for i r im histot
would begin within two months
H wn *>d if rh* United
States was assisting Jordan fin-
ancially in construction o* the
controversial dam. He replied
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its tributaries is of great import
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New Members Are Consecrated At Beth Am
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Michael Sos^in last week at Waldmnn's Hotel are 'left to
hi Israel Ncncsr, who earlier presented a check to Miami
Mayor miiott Roosevelt in behalf of the Lub/jvitcher
i.ovemont. Judge Fugene I. Weiss, honorary chairman. Soe-
tmo "< Mved the tirst Lubavitcher Patrons Award; and
h Councilman Josrph Malek. dinner chairman. Serving
hairman was William G Mechanic Guest speaker
- Rnbhi David M. Leberman. o{ Chicago The 500 guests
i lesponded with 520.000 in gift* in response to an ap-
. R.ihbi David I.tiuiield. of Kneð Isiael Congrega-
rt Exhibit At Beth Sholom
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Representatives of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation met
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Pcfa 3-3 ^Jenls*!****** 1 Friday. December 10, l%; x WOMAN OF THE WEEK jora Unto the third ge ner a tion First there were Mom and Pop Spector, who just celebrated their 80th anniversarj. then there were Ruth and Julius Spector, whose daughter, Joyce, is married to Irvuii Christie, the new Miami City Commissioner and now there are the Christie Moppets Joyce was born right here in Jackson Memorial Hospital, wont to elemental-) school in Coral Cable*, Miami Senior High School, and graduated from the University of Miami, cum laude m three years, in the field of Kducation Before tha' she n" in a year as a major in design at Stevens she has used the design course well, but never profossil naHj designing the family clothes and being aide to akme perfectlj lit shirts and vests for Irwin She and her mother have fun doing it together Joyce also has com pleted si iss and gold-pearlized ceramics, which are outstanding Joyce met Irwm at the Brown Hotel in the CatsUUs where he was working his way through college The) became good friends— Joyce believes thai the secret of a happ) marriage is becom frien.lbefore the courtship be\t the University of Miami, Irwin was Attorney General, and Joyce served in his Honor Corps Bach summer. Irwin worked and (.nned enough to put him through one more year of lawschool Sud denl) the) realized they were in li'\ e! Joyce adored children and teaching school, but she left tier teaching job to have i school room of her own Included in her own classroom are Donna, who i> seven Lisa Ban and Jennifer, the current baby, who is two Any day now. the Christieare expecting the latest ad dition to theii famil) stop the press The new s Brenda Susan checked in last weekend as the latest tion to the Christie family i Ever as %  young matron. Joyce has scored an excellent record in community participation She worked with Nl tional Council of Jewish Women Beth David Siste r hood, as ITA chi the "V and corresponding secretary of her childn %  school PTA. During the time Irwin was \ %  ted ruler of the Etta, she helped set up the clime at the (rippled Children's Hoimin Umattila, Kla decorating it. which included painting a circus theme mural. Joyce has also decorated her husband's office completely, from fixtures to floor and of course ji always redecorating her own home recent political campaign was something new for the ; ich Joyce had never head irt [roi mon %  til late at t hi ind went to as man) is at tuld 1 he children ho knew Da •' -in %  better place in which to live hai their name lor Electiot Daj tie I t the seams. II started 1 id now %  L'hi istie home n • rhil rhi and Irw > .\ n to eat th< happei %  nterested in w hat goes on at hi ,%  md in the i ommunit) %  ical and affairs to which and M llch th •' PI j< \( tually it do.sn t ma! ; what the) do the) enjoj each other's compan) and find it's a wonilei lul world in which to live S3*Ur* J $tt rwtk • luial 7uut "Juki PHONE AND CHARGE IT... BONDED... 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Top Teen, and a COITes pondent tO The Miami N.-ws and i oral Gables Times Guide At the I'niversit) Of Florida she was affiliated with Alpha Epsilon phi Sorority, Dorm Council and Co Edikette stall Present!) s jun ior at the I'niversit) of Miami. she is on Burdine's I i liege Board she is also a religious school teacher Mr Kornreich graduated from high school in Chi) ago wto 11 was class valedictorian A cum laude graduate ol UH I niversit) Miami he was s hienaber of Alpha Epsilon Delta pre-med hon Bowman Ashe Mem orial Scholar He was also tapped foi membership to Phi Eta Si hman honorary and Phi Kap pa Phi Now s sophomore at the Synagogue Unit To be Honored At Sky Lake Ha! In Jot.a.i I i dllCting Friday eveiii .. Skj I tksj Eynagqsjue •. tion. ICU1 NE HMh \.. tribute to tie Religious i*on members who u.i • pupped the SyOjSil stiucted the classroom* s< ho< 1 Members to be h laxrj \i iroviu chaii %  • i Fried lender David <;• Kat? Irving hat/. Jed Irving Laufer, and David i %  • %  A reception follow in,. U • \ :ce in honor of the i .vi'i t. given •> Mr and Gati # Cleaning • Laundry '^ Storage 1201 -20th Street JE 8-6104 Miami Beach Oft At 7 A.M. %  9 PJM. Smmt Day Strviet AJer Am Ittra Chary* MRS M/CHAfl KATZENSrflN Katzensteins Will Reside in Philly Mil i Katzenstein rried j i i t Cat Ral Narot ol M | Kra hai les Ms ngel i be • ihers in< I and V i ireenbe ol Mi and Mrs Max l GreenberR 3271 SV> I8tl St the new Mrs Kataenstein atti • the I'niversit) ol Florida graduated, cum lunde, from the '. niversit) of Miami with i i; -rein psycholog) She is cui renl ly teaching at Eastern state School and Hospital In Philadelphia The bridegroom, son of M Mrs Albert Katzenstein. of Clifton N .' attended Newark I Engineering He is current!) employed b) \ ant. M.I inc of Philadelphia, where he and his bride will live LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING COWrtACitNC • fOMMM lUrviaa Dodr C.wnty Over 2S Yean I I till $.W. 14th ST. 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\cy. December 10. 1965 +Jf !" istfhrMi*tr Page 13-C New Members Are Consecrated At Beth Am x€? f ^. the Merkos L'Inyonci Chinuch liilh annual dinner in honor Michael Sos^in last week at Waldmnn's Hotel are 'left to hi Israel Ncncsr, who earlier presented a check to Miami • Mayor miiott Roosevelt in behalf of the Lub/jvitcher i.ovemont. Judge Fugene I. Weiss, honorary chairman. Soetmo "< Mved the tirst Lubavitcher Patrons Award; and —h Councilman Josrph Malek. dinner chairman. Serving hairman was William G Mechanic Guest speaker Rnbhi David M. Leberman. o{ Chicago The 500 guests i lesponded with 520.000 in gift* in response to an ap. R.ihbi David I.tiuiield. of Kneð Isiael Congregart Exhibit At Beth Sholom I 'nivi i ~ii\ National Committee null iponaoi sMbM J* Temple Beth Art Gallery, featuring r lithn^rai'hnn loan t: • I\ niversit) Ti ustn I.-.!, M i ii *" %  'iraphici Masters' ioca I private SHOP EARLY! MAIL EARLY! pet %  hid wel ide works "f Rouault, Kandinsk) I 1 I ffel roma>o and %  rrs MiRi Krearx i There !l ha preview show and recei 4 the • %  \hihit members on Sundaj i i" •. (i m Th< ran vie* thexhibit r %  %  chai r from Dw 6 to rekdays B to 5; Saturrlav and 9 • 1.' noon; Friday, R to AJCong. Director Discusses Spain lewi rodaj — '-. %  i in 12 i W Yan.rl • lour tht %  • o( ancient sj • liown Rabbi Herbert M Baumnard will hold a special consecration service for some ISO new members oi Temple Beth ,\m on Friday eve nine; Members t'> Nhonored an Ml I : \ •>!'-' %  t-lli Mi .. \l • Ml ..!..! Ml 111 v Si • M I •., ,.' \. v i Ml 11. • .. • nn M M l: ••!:,. • M %  ml Ml M ... ma" M ...I M I r Mi M ... • It| II M Mm Ii v %  ... nl V ii-u i %  • %  • %  'i*-! r. .in.! Hi II. \ %  %  V| h : %  Mi Mm I i VI in I M Mr llrn II in I MiN %  %  Ml Mi M Ml n I Ml V| •• Mr \' I I %  %  I M \ Mi I nn M i* I"* I \i %  ml M Mai lln Lev Inaon, Dr. ""I Mm u.H-.i; I,,, ,.. i in..,,. Mr. .11,1 Vila. Mli-hai Mi ,n,l Mi and Mrs Mr .iinl M Mi ii Ml X! '•'• Ha Im i..nin. Mi and M luarph i. -In Ml %  ..I in. Ill i I iii Mr* Ki ••,..Maa |. \ii M ,:,.| I ill, Ml ., J VIr* M ani Mi .^. n. Mann Mi .. i Mr* Rli h i •! Via; M vi v ir-. .1 < Mryi r Mi and Ml i M< villa M..n. Mi and Mn M Mi and Mi. Via %  Mi M MM %  • .. I M Ilk i Mi M M VI and Mm I Mn Vlheri 4i \i n VI H. i Mi an M u r..i,. i M id Mr*. %  • n. M • .1, nar R .,i II Mi n ...iv..a .in Koaati, Mr anal Mis. Rl IH M I Mis Rubin K.'IIL Mr and Mi Si,In. \ K..1 l.i ..I I. Ml .,nl Mn • ; h Rubin, I ir ami Mrs I '. K ii..iu nchi R i.im. k, Mr mid ... -....\l %  .111,1 \l It. -I., Ml II1 MrHI mil v .... Mi II. I vi R •' • s. i ... K %  it. \i, %  trthur Sakoft, Ml M: I-. rnard Sharon, Mr ana MI.. Sl..,|>.: %  Ml and Mrs Richard .-. ha-nknml Ml and Mrs Ham Mi and Mrs .1. Mr ..I •! MiI." %  SllberMi and Mr l'h ll|i Mngei Mi and Mr* % %  Mi and \l %  I.,. ,. -..ml., i a;, Mr and .11 >>nril > M Im Sillier Ml and Mi and Ml .'• :• -,i • and M Mr and Mn u .1 Mi • Mi ml Mm l^ati i VV, ii >li -i Mn .!• H' •• Mr, y %  v\ -'.a*. Ml i %  nd Mm i /. %  %  Bisccyne Kennel Cafe Caribe Here Biscayne Kennel Club has varied as [stance •• • rsions -'i delicio ei ide tables tx iind %  %  • %  • the i ir..! : n0nr v "Blurt..il 'I 1 ,11 ll iff! | service providing hoi and cold e*I**Mll> on Fr,da y nd Saturday nts iri spa ed> serv ice • %  nights ices A full-rigged Florida Keys sail boat model above an entrance door in the Ca'e Caribe is -ait of the colorful decor A mural depicts a typical West Indies island scene above the service counters of the new dining facility. Gourmet delights continue ii luxurj Coral Terrace Restaui i acent to clubhouse bar and 1 1 '.I n •_: aDinner minus .,n tastilj \ s i with nightl) specials Messenger ATTENTION! Jewish Home for the Aged THRIFT SHOP NEEDS. YOUR DONATION "niMlirURE"-"APPllANCES" "CL0TNIN6 '-"JEWEIRY," etc. "All Items Tax Deductible" CALL 696-2101 Courtesy the smartest kind of safety make vour radio sound better turn your dial to UIVCG SOUTH FLORIDA'S GOOD MUSIC STATIONS AM 1080 KC. 10,000 Watts FM -105.1 MC. 160,000 Watts Ho lays nie.il • pit Dri> ing Walking, ; i. >f your courti Spend the few extra minutes t your driving day thai turtesy takes And fcivi thi less courteous room for improvement. It's r to be late and a] i ojrel -. and Kmented i IWIX CITY I.I.ASS III. MU 4*711* iios -jroei rtoms twtnuat TOM ANTIQUI MltlOtS A IE-SIIVEIIN6 Vmmiatn Vivturv framing '0 ltk Itre.t. Ml Cl..r^ Sat.rrfoyi T.l. JE M141 IN rAlilL-Aa ALWAYS '0 unto others 1! ,v! \ id Ha| |>j H 'o 1 ... p i o n i D P 0 W f B H 11 r i s c I to., I I 6 H T COMPANY



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Page IOC ftJmfc* flcrHtor Friday. December 10. 1965 BK^^ H1 %  i'* i •• M ^1 • R^^^ ; ^P**V. X--* ~" ^ ^^S %  Attorney's Group At Beth David Stanley C Myen baa announced tii.' formation ol an attorney"* di* cussion group al Beth David Congregation l 1 r 1 meeting waa %  luncheon at the Duponl Plata i entei on Tuesday Subject was Diva and Marriage Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual leader oi Beth David, pre sented the viewpoint "t Jewish law on the subject, as well aa the psychological and philosophical motivations for the formulation ol the law Judge Harold H Spaet. of the Circuit Court, discussed the aul) Ject from the viewpoint ol secular Myera acted as modi ratoi Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz installs newly-elected Sisterhood president. Mrs. Edward Schuman, at late Friday evening services recently, along with the 118 new member families, ct Temple Menorah Mount Sinai Marks 16th Anniversary With Tours Through the Hospital t the hos '. %  I the | \ %  %  ipei H • %  -' r> 10 a.m. .Hid Tuesil .' p in Public is being afforded an ouportunify to witness some of the new technological equipment recently purchased by the hospital for use in the pathology radiology and cardio-pulmonary laboratories. Tours are conducted by members of the hospital auxiliary and will last approximately two hours. \\ • %  Mount Sr lical -•• ..'?\ personnel was tend %  -1 to the hos 200 ees for free m< tena Friday, patients will be with spe4 Anniversarj week "ill bi Sal • la) i '. en i I >ec II, with the fifth annual Ji at thi with Mr and Mrs Robert / B MacDoi Friday Night With the Rabbi At Menorah Temple Menorah sponsored .1 Sabbath program entitled Fi i Night With the Rabbi last Frida) r\ ening. Members of the Templi their children gathered foi litional Frida> evening dinni r 1 ith 1 andles flickered \ table, with apt s and cha During ere mi • 1 • Rabbi Mayi r A bra mo Mico Feldn Folio 1 .1 affaii the I em pie Sisterh and M Club, tin entin senices in the Ti Rabbi VI The Sabb 11 h Ri %  i\al i '1 dman cl the led % %  11 Choir under the direction of Ht Iner %  Israeli I • 1 Idition Mi Mrs 1.1 r\ed as cl Welcoming the 550th family into Temple Ner Tamid is Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader of the Temple. The ouple being welcomed are Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Dan. At Friday evening services last weekend, the Temple paid tribute to its new members and families at a special service, with Rabbi Labovitz consecratina some 150 new families The Temple will celebrate its eighth anniversary this yea: Young Trumpeter Will Perform Friends of the All-Miami Youth Symphon) announces the selection oi .1 11* i 1 London aa trumpet soloist for the winter concert She will 11 m the fit at mo\ emenl 1 rom ll.i\ dn's Trumpet 1 'i 1 1 .11 1 < 1 cl 1 l :) \ tditonum Ol Dei 27 Bl Miss I 0 now in her sixth Mith thi Vout phony, is 11 li Sh let ion Clark, ; %  membei Gleason on hi Mith WilliailT •1 t HARRY'S THRIFT SHOP 7530 NW 29th Avenue Off 75th St Phone 696 3870 HIGHEST PRICES PAID for all your new or old furniture, linens, clothing, tool*, household items, etc. OPEN IVIKY oar INCLUDING SUNDAY CtOSfO WEDNESDAY ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON UNION HIGHLAND FRANKLIN MURRAY PIAZA NEWTON FR 3-5581 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERIY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies BULLETINS %  *nreduced oa f Bond Pooer WHtlE YOU WAIT 1 Cask t Carry FORMS 'S CONTRACTS tfr.n'c v.. mS n %  14S 95 N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 1-0815 SUNSHINE PRESS Welcome Wagon International, with over 5.000 hostesses, has mora than tnirty years eipenence in fostering good *'H in business and community lift, for mora information about Welcomes" b / 94.9 MM-. Ht 1-4994 Vagoo r tmcoatt artrcoewsi IB this cMtn M u knw fu'm tm. Htm* a> — Add ma 1^7 0 1 Please henre Hie Welcome Wagon flattest call aa me. I weald like ta mkstribe te Tka Jewish Fleridiaa. Fill eat ceaaea and mail ta Ciexalntien Beat.. aa.P.O. U* 1973, AAinaw, Fla. %  "W*v^. rii %  £ v, tm FLORIDA'S PIONEER ALL-STEREO STATION 5 -^77 0 %  • %  Nbwiw oijat'iuh YEAR 1 f IS r'4 DAY AHDNIGHT 6:00 A.M.'lo 1:00 In. INTERRUPTED ONLY THREE TIMES AN HOUR NEWS ON THt HOUR i



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^oge 10-B tJewMRnrknir Friday, December 10. 1965 Rhode Island Club Installation Dinner Set Sunday Evening Rhode l-latnl Club of Greater lumii will hold its annual install*1011 dint er on Sunday. 7 p.m., in auditorium ol Washington FedL234 Washington .\\.' Officer! and board members to ie installed for the l *ti season are '.i':i Priedenn. honorary president; v rs, Meyer Rudnick, president; Mrs Dora Gersh, N.it Cohen, vice %  residents; Mrs Joseph Rotenberg, rving Conn, Mrs Nat Cohen (taries. MrDora Rothberg eaaurcr; Alfred Aden, sergeantit-arms; Mrs Alfred Aden, chap ain; Mis Leonard white, sun •hine committee chairman; Mrs Max Duhin. Mrs. Harr> GoMbi u -te>> committee co-chairmen Directors are Mr and Mm Aired Aden. Mr. and Mrs Irving ohn, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Cohen. Mr and Mrs Max IVun. Mr and \lrs Bin Priedenn, Mrs Dora lersh, Mr and Mrs II.IIM Gold >crg, Mi and Mrs Meyer Rudnek. Mrs Anna MandeH, Mr and Mrs Morris Pepper, Mr and Mrs lack Pritchard, Mr and Mrs .lopfa Rotenberg, Mrs Dora RothMr and Mrs Leonard White. • ir and Mrs. HaiT) Scliaffer. The club meets ever) second Sunday ol the month, at 7 p.m in he Washington Federal Auditori m. At the Temple Menorah-Israel Dinner of Stale recently in the Fontainebleau Hotel are Leonard and Dorothy Rosen, seen here receiving a Book of Tribute from Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Temple Menorah Buys 5323,500 in Bonds To Honor Leonard Rosens at Tribute Here Garden Club Has Workshop Next meeting of the Dadeland iarden I ub was lo be held rhurs ( •> 30 a m at the home "f Mrs ck Salem 'i-too SW I20HI st Mrs i .< %  Gittelson, president* innounced that the program was o feature %  hanging basket work hop, directed bj Tom Menu %  ; Fantastic Gardens Mr and Mrs Leonard Rosen were honored last week at the Temple Menorah — Israel Din r of state at the Fontainebleau Hotel, ;IN Rosen became the first iccipient of the Lord Baffour — Israel Freedom Medallion and Mrs Rosen received the coveted Ataman of Valor Award The .maids were conferred up Ion them b) the Earl of Balfour lephew of the first Karl who was the author "f the historh Balfour De< lai ation. Th dinner resulted in the sale of $373,500 in Israel Bonds, as the nearly 500 members and friend* of Temple Menorah and the Rosens responded to an address by Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti shop vi-vv ii ni ah I 'til fh.'lO mm I iWk / %  q 9r sparkling rosv uinv importvd from irtinvv 4.:J Specially selected to complement your holiday meals, Royal de Neuville Rose' D'Anjou — a sparkling wine from the most famous rose' wine region in France, bottled in the cellars of the Chateau de Neuville JM WINE CELLAR, FIRST FLOOR, MIAMI Sorry, no COD's 1501 BISCAYNE BLVD. PARK FREE Rosen is president of Temple Menorah and former chairman ol the Greater Miami Israel Bond organization, which he led to record heights in bond sales during his chairmanship. Program participants Included Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, chairof Israel Bond Women's Divi v.-., n Robert l. Siegel, dinner chairman. Mis Edward Schuman, .lack A Burstein and Nathaniel G lick man who respectively led tj tn the Queen of England, President of the United States and the president of Israel Mr* Sam Fuchl Introduced Lord Balfour Cantor Nice Feldasnn presented ., special vocal selection. The Menorah of Statehood ceremony was conducted by Rabbi Abramowiti. The torch of Zion was borne by Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Mansbach Holders of the pilot light were Mr. and Mrs. Sem SchiHmtn Candlelighters of the 17 branch ed menorah commemorating l* reel's 17th year of statehood were Mr and Mr* Sam Fuchs. Mr nd Mrs Charles Summer, Mrs Sonia Danovit/. Mr and Mrs Michael Bronsiein. Mr and Mrs Oscar linker. Mr and Mrs |v., dore Dr.ll. Mr and Mrs Jacob A Burstein. Mrs Belle llirsch. Mr and Mrs. Abe Appel, Mr Louise DeCoveny, Mr. Irving Billig, Mr. and Mrs Joseph G Denmark. Mr ami Mrs Carl Zwerner. Mr and Mrs Joseph Jose!>on. Mr and Mrs Jotaph Shiftman. Mr and Mrs. Ben Ellas, and Mi Isaac Hirsch. Party to Aid School Library At Academy Annual theatre party for the Hebrew Acndemj PTA dated for Dec 27 will feature "The Agonj I:..I (he Ecstasy All proceeds for the showing of he film at the Lincoln Theatre %  i ,i go toward maintaining the Hebrew Vcademj Library Temple Beth Am Welcomes Cantor Temple Beth Am i Icomed ilicbael Kyrr, its new cantor. >n Frida) at the 7 90 p m familj vorship service. Cantor Kyrr is a native New Yorker, a graduate of the School if Music of Brooklyn College, and >f the Hebrew Union School of sacred Music He holds B A and B s M degrees Cantor Kyrr has had a disttngui lied musical career, being one of •he youngeat baritones to sing with the Schola Cantonum He has appeared on radio, television and the concert stage and has sung under the direction of Toscanini. Damrosh, Barbirolll and other Una conductors. For man) Mars, he maintained a studio in New York "it > He served .i> guest cantor for Beth Am during the Hitfh Hol> Days Knesef ft Israel Sisterhood Sisterhood of Kneseth %  — eI Cn, ation. 1418 Kuclid fm nH hold its annual latke party in honor of Chanuka in the new Social Hall on Tuesday at 13:30 pm Hab bi David l.chrficld and < antor Abraham Self wifl partminte in tl %  program Cancer League Lunch Monday The seventh annual I'm, (von of the Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach will theld >>•• M ui da) at the Koplainehleau Hotel. Luncheon chairmen are Mrs Frances I.inn and MiGeorge Lewis program will include a fashion show b) Sara Frederick* s 1, >'>s with styes by top designers Pauline Trigere, Ben Zuckennan • man NoreB, Maurice Rentner, Helen Rose Chi Istlan Dioi Ticket chairmen are Mrs Mar tin Wexlei and Mis Robert iii" maii Crippled Children to Benefit on Ttiftlij evening, 8 pm the \nn.i Miller Circle of the Miami Beach Elka will hold a regular meeting. The group doenf its Funds to the Home for Crippled hildren in I'matilla. Fla where children are treated and educated from infancy to 21 yean of .. .;•• #v o oseve ft i*** y lions e I 770 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD I I Phone JE 80501 I I MIAMI BEACH FLA ON STAGE IN PERSON Miami Beach's Only legitimate Theatre I DEC. 21 thru JAN. 2 Two Weeks WALTER PIDGEON IN "Take Her. She's Mine" 1 ,—_ I JAN. 4 thru JAN 16 Two Weeks TOM EWELL JOAN BENNETT "Never Too Late" Blue Star Plans 19th Season The l!th season 01 Blue Star Camps. Hcndersonville. N.C livens June 7. 1966 with a two week short term session, and ends Aug M. with the conchMion of the postcamp leadership Tramini; Institute of the United Synagogue Youth and the National Red Cross Aquatic School. The regular season of four weeks or eight weeks Ix-uuis June 22. Announcement of plans for the 1966 season was made jointly by Herman and Harry I'opkin. of Atlanta, (la., co founders and co-directors of the six separate camping programs for some 600 hoys and girls in the Blue Kidge Moun tains The six camps, each with its oun staff and facilities, are designed and programmed especially for the different age and grade groups, beginning at seven or after completing the first grade, and continumg through 17th for seniors in high school who are eligible for the counselor-trainee program. Details for all programs for 1966 may be obtained by writing to Blue Star's full time winter address ,1100 Creaeent Ave.. N.E., Atlanta. -Ca. 30S0. JAN. 18 thru JAN. 30 Two Weeks GERTRUDE BERG IN "Dear Me, the Sky Is Falling" 1 FEB 1 thru FEB. 13 Two Weeks jCRAIG STEVENS ALEXIS SMITH > Mary, Mary" FEB. 15 thru FEB 2B Two Weeks MOLLY PICON IN "A Majority of One" MARCH 1 thru MARCH IS Two Weeks SHELLEY WINTERS IN "Bom Yesterday" FINAL TWO PRODUCTIONS TO BE ANNOUNCED BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN Phone 53S-OS01 SIASOM SUBSOttPTIOMS STILL AVAILABLE



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Friday. December 10. 1965 + klsUh,Hitr Page 13-A : If wish Appeal Accountants divi, Iced off the 10C6 campaiqr. at a ra •• • ng. Standing at the head table • are Sidney Lefcourt. pod presi I •' Greater Miami Jewish Federation; [." %  ner past ~hc-:im m of the divisxn; 1.' S-ern, l c t>*> accountants group chairman; Sam Gyson, local radio commentator and gueel b;>oaker; and Albeit Beei, past chaiiman of the aroup. Sected [from let' are I. iph Lyman. featured speaker end noted Washington. D.C.. attorney, and Ralph We.sbard, co-chaiiman of this year's division )r. Baumgard to be Honored at Beth Am 10th Anniversary Celebration This Week Beth Am will celebrate nnivemry this Prl %  rt If. Baumgard will -. %  the Fnda) ev< H -n consecutive y< ui the pulpit \ ^j: •••' ..• %  \ i •• M ill Rabbi Sanford Seitser, rector n| UM > "ill rii of the Union of Amen ('olijrrecut.'ii Chei quests speakers will be lOr Luther Pierce, eircutive rector c the) Ceuncil o* Lh_'cKeOt. Ivan kioy, chair'in o4 'ha Department of Religion o' th University of Miami; Henry Wolff, founding president ii MM Soutneast Federation of Reform Synagogues; and Rev. Edward Graham, minuter of the Mt. Z.on Baptist Church Herman Kilil.li. in tv In charge Of the r. day evening eervtei On Saturday evening, at 7 p.m., .i dinner dance will be given at he D %  in lie Hotel, honoring all %  i i famihes of the congn fa lion Mn Lewii Gillla li in ch i ol arrangements Robert Newman peel president .i remplc Beth Am. and preeident n( the Southeast i-'cdvraUon of Be hum SjPnagXkgMeaV will U." uverall chairmaji f>r the Meek-eml (eetiviOf. Hl*UKT BAUHGAKD listadrut Trade School Fete i i %  Rhi I %  I • •' Rroniah spiritual i Beth ShokMB, ha* mmuaitj a/ide support lay '. I -jMn • i n I :. | : I II kl taebi kreniih R i ortunirj fur a I Mill IN TIMES ? OF SORROW f.m :ou'Ci2 express what words cannot I 5. •^ WE tFMi STVir\THT riowiM AMMiuaa tvotitGorkis M.AMI BEACH M AMI MS 5323341 foeu GABIES 66S-S42) H0UT,. 3 o0 H. lAUOftOAll r 1 7398 \mi to bnei from backward anils The Beth Sbolom apiritsal leader explained that "men) of tln->young people are Itlite and unschooled i he gate* ol op purtumty l<>r the teenagers must ii. opei %  i lit:• %  ed Sam Peinstein preaident of Ihe [arael Hiatadnd Committee of i.: i ater Miami, foined Rabbi Kro niah in ui gii i • ii|N>rt of the Saturday night .,!:., i in Israel u in al need ol aU I arorken 1 h• I...... >i q lalified i* i • th ol in to meet la of the be • ipla • ,. | thai ll Greater Uiam 5 efford i') : il .,.1 |t lecomi I ,-. a> in a rl tmeffca mi COM %  i lodaj %  \r< ti .Li fut %  • lepi Juinin Ra i Kroniah and I .! %  irul enterpriae I • POLITICAL PRINTING and OFFSET la INCtlSN YIDDISH HEBREW SPANISH iprcialilinq in tat Mitmak 4 Wedding Invitations (galea Shop Parness Press 437 S W 1 7th Aven-ie. Miami FR 98235 V M ""* W^^HH W *** J&A kBBaJ if Corl iFfferson 1-7677 Qg? flNiXtl HO* a 1^ 1333 DAD€ BOUVFVARD U f.two'd T Newmon f D ^ GELB MONUMENTS INC. 0#e leery Oaf • Clssed SaMefh 140 SW.-57lK.Ave. MO 18583 Miami i 0*ly Strktr, Itwiafc —I Deeltr Humphrey Urged Mid-East Peace Continued from Page 1-A culnc fumniitii'c on "he occa_ sion of Mr Racoosin's 70th birth*.aa Mn Lehman George Backer, An ^^^ |iM ^ ram fettured dinner chairman, presented to the i.u\ Lehman's widow a scroll citing her huaband's accomplish menta ;i^ "a humanitarian. itateBman legislator and champion of Jewish interests the famous Jewish violinist, lilt Cha Blman, the Palestine String Quartette, and other prominent artists liam II Rovinaky, chairman of the I abor Zionial Diviaon of Histadrut. noted that "the Hiatadrut is trying to meet thchallenge bj iblishing a large number ol %  xturatioeal and vocational Institu tions throiighoiit Israel. Our imme.i ate Duiiouig the Greater Miami I ra :< %  School is the ea the hum Morns Newmark, treasurer of the local H < ommittee, said nsul General Shimon Valli • guest of honor at the k.ik %  paigi affaii \: I,:., :iei i" ex cutite direc toi .,thi G itei M imi lli^ia.i caUed upon all ns "to tnobiprogram uhu Ii will a i "iii"-> in > • Iro • city, auto mw hanics, textiles, l Citing Israel's leadership in the field of science for peaceful purposes, the Vice President said: "I speak about Israel, that free and democratic society, and the environment in which that nation lives. Israel spends some 33 percent of her total budget *r national defense. Elsewhere throughout the Middle East, equally intolerable arms burdens are carried by nations which can evert less afford to bear them. "We, all .if us must continue working toward the da; when the nations of thf man's efforts toward man's wellbeing and ipp naaa these ly are the thii • seek for tomon i lie ided ; ra-l for having ; with a tlrst rate scientific and technological apparatus rioted that "characteristically, Israel did not husband her • .".ito herself Limited in her KMircOSi she could not -. imuch \r, material aid to tries Instead she • her teel -km cond • sc m ) b I %  ...' oi the t mu d • During she dinner, Dr Dewej Momchairman ol the board of the Weumann In stitute, presented a special award to Theodore R Racoosin, a gm'ei nor of the Institute and chairman d the American Committee's Beffi Raphael Chaauka Fete Regular monlhl> meeting of Temple Beth Kaphael Siaterhood on Thurada) evening, Dec lfi. will !*• followed h> u t'hanuk;i party THE MARCHBEIN-MARBINYS tenor and soprano stars formerls of I a Scala Opera are accepting en a lements for concerts cantorial functions and students in Voice culture music, repertoire and Ian es Phone 636 1952 or w I'll Bo\ 235, Miami Beach Ha 10 adv REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest 4 OlaVtt Supply House for Synoqoqurs, Hebrew 4 Sunday Schools. Wkeiesafe 4 tetoif (S*Af 6/fTS AND NOVUTIIS 417 Washington Ave JE 1 901 7 Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAEL4 DOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew wB 'or ;.: -. -,-naalt A Pr.v 1't L • 1SI5 Wahinqten Ave. Miami P -och Jf 8 3S40 PALMER MEMORIALS "Miam.'s Only Jewish monument Builders" if ADF.RS IH SERVICE, QUALITY AND VALUE! Scheduled Unveilings SUNOAT, DECEMBER 12, 196S Mf. Sinai Cemetery MAC BLOOM. II a.m. %  S Weodfanrn Fork Cemetery PAIHINE llfCHUTZ, 11:30 a.m. $£f WHAT YOU BUY I DO NOT BUY FROM MAIL ORDER FIRMS AND BE SORRY! Buy Direct from the Manufacturer in Miami and save many dollars. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami'i Only Jewish Monument Builders 3279 S W 8th Street HI 4-0921 Phones HI 4-0922 LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND American-Israeli Religious Store GRAWD OPENING FOR CHANUK&H 1357 WArHtNGTON AVE JE 1-7722 S Schwarti i GARDEN MAISOLEIM "THE SOUTHS MOST BEAUTIFUL JFWISH CEMETFRY" Cuoronreed Peraefuef Care fund N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 —> TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL 1545 Je'ferson Avenue Miami Beach TONIGHT AJ *:15 Servirs wi'l be Conducted and Chanted h^o l wr Outondma Cnfor SAUL H. BJ7FFM & The Teisw'e fThoir ,,, | ...,,:..( ~l-.. 3 PA;I Ktvior Dr. Miihil S>ss : n no) expert on iorj>-*•''iv 'v : H h auest speaker. Topic: 'Medicare and Social Gerpn'sloqy." Public Invited



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Friday. December 10. 1965 + 3ml*tlhrMlr*r Page 7 A 38th ANNUAL CONVENTION OPENS ON MIAMI BEACH SUNDAY 0 Funeral Group Elects Newman Chief The 3nth annual convention of the Jewish Funeral Directors of rie* will take place at the Fontainebiaao Hotel this Sunday through Tuesdav Dec 16. Kdward T Newman, of Newman Funeral Home here, will be installed M president of the national oiiMni/aUon )\er 300 Jewish funeral direelors from every section of the I iied States and Canada are ex I, ted to attend \nionc speakers the program will be Dr SamR Weiss, executive vice pre-i • % %  '. 'he f'nion of Orthodox Jewi h ConcTeRations of America. N-A York City, who will k on Ijfe and Death — The Jewish View.' and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitr. of Temple Merwrah. "ii Beach, in an address on I he Evolution of th>Funeral Di I >r as a Community InstituRabW Jolhu J Model, of Temple t Fmeth of St Louts, will .. so -|" • %  Thre will alto be • panel discussion en "Today's Problems of the Jewish Funeral Director jnd a C-limpes into the Future." Moderator will be Samuel Paperman, o* Montreal, and panelists will be Andrew Fier, of New Yorfc C ity, Stewart Guttermen. New Yo'k City. Morton M. SilI'rmin Los Angeles, and Stanley Louis of Kansas City. Mo %  dne*da\ i emorul uf (he :'as.Td au %  I mom inn v : v ice for -iil \-vncl.i' II • ii put h\ Rabbi fOWAtO NFWM4N Kminsh. of Temple Beth Sholom 'I Miami Heath Charles Kaycs. "f Chicago, will offer the Eulog) Rabbi Solomon Schiff of Temple heth Kl m Miami will uive the invocation al the opening se* %  ion on Monday !>••< in Dr Irvine Ichrman of Temple Emam El of Miami Beach will \t the invocation and benedii tion al the ii inquel on Thursday Dee 16, whin Newman, president % %  the organiza tion I member of Dr Lehl n ,'ion. w i i .. c rtd to the Newman hoi! itNew York ( ity is ,i pioneer Miami B. ach re sident, having moved to Miami Beach with his family m 1034, when he was 14 He lives with his wifi rerrj and their daugl Liaa, al I8HR Daytonia Rd Biscay ne I't Newman graduated from Miami Beach Senior High School and in 1937 became the first Jewish apprentice embalmer in the State of Florida. He is a graduate of the Renouard College of Embalming in New York City, where he became a licensed embalmer. He w.is the first Jewish licensed funeral director in Florida Newman served in the Air Force during World War ll as a surgical technician and acted aa a chaplain's assistant Following Ins service, he returned to Miami to be come one of the two managers of the Riverside Memorial Chapel in the Greater Miami area In 1955. the (lordon Funand the firm be \r nlon ca.ll by handling your employee and business holiday gift giving. No work o' worry for you. We handle everything, including ittracttte holiday cards; a fJwen or thousands. Food Certificates or Merchants Green Stamp Certificates delivered to you whert *nd whew you want them THIS YEAH G'VT FINE FOOD FROM FOOD Fi *: aiLCOW Gtn THAT'S AlWAYS I* GOOD TASTE. i-,, M w

fflBiww^^ HOLIDAY GIFT CI1TI FlCATf. i eleeaedje *••••••• •• s ,^. s I I — ••— • *••• %  >)vvi^m^..Vttv>>.Y>4V,A>v>W^~^^ Tor add! MSI information or to place vow ordc dial M J^ Moib. your 9* lay gift consultant at 6%O6?0 E.t 338 389 (Out et to*n • ran jieavt call collect; Of *'He Hs\ )o,e Hoih fe'wmai 700C N.W. Kai *'"-••• Newman joined era! Home here came known .i Funeral Home Two years later, the Miami I li II h i 'hapi I of the Firm hi • the Newman Funeral Hom with Newman as sole OVA ner He was %  < founding director of Temple Emanu El He helped found and as elected first presi denl of the Miami Bench M Lodge, in recognition of which IK? has since been made an honorary life member He is ;,ls<> a charter member of Miami B< a< h B K nth I od Newman is a past exalted ruler of me Miami Beach Elks Lodge. For his efforts in behalf of the Florida State Elks Association, he was elected a director of the Harry Anna Crippled Children's Home in Umatilla, Fla. He is a past president and Iwn orary Life inemlier of the Miami Beach Junior chamber o! Com.• and a past \ ice president of the Honda Jayceea In 1*90, Newman was awarded the Bill Kol l stun Trophy aMost Outstanding Florida Jayct i the v. ar He has served u secretary and treasurer of the Miami Beach Civic I eague He is a member of the Presidents Council. Jewish war Veterans American Legion. Hibiscus Masonic Lodge, Knistits of Pythias, Zionist Organization of tnv run. Chambt r of Commerce, Variety tint and man) othei iivic and fraternal organizations. Ten years ago. he was appointed by Rep. Dante Fascell as a permanent member of the Citizens Rating Board, which interviews prospective candidates to West Point. Annapolis, the Air Force Academy and Merchant Marine Academy. Newman is i member of the National Funeral Directors Asa ciatiofi Florida Funeral Directors Association, and lor the past three years, has been president of the Dade County Funeral Directon Association shop vt vru niyht 'til Hz'.lO GO FORMAL IN THE TRUE HStS'M TRADITION • ed • Daeron • %  & Mam .-. • %  CSSion with aplomb. v craf'ed w •" collar, full liiing. fs .v lack 7'ppered g Regulars she longs. '110 JM MEN'S ClOTHiNG I ral floor


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P.— f"5 > leftist n*r/d**n Friday. December 10, 1965 ... ^rbout f^coplc an JVi< aces EARLY AND LATE AT WESTVIEW Sn man) members attended the Thanksgiving dinner at Weatview Countrj ciui> thai dining time hai to be divided. From five t'i seven, meat ly families u:tn children enjoyed the dinner, and Chuck /.ink entertained. '<>ni and Stanley Tate were there with their children The Seymour SwnerateiM had a petty <>( i; Dene and Sam Lubj Jr., had a family dinner, including the Sam Lubys S. The Clifford Ruaaells attended with children. Esther and \ .1 Molaakj were there with theii daughter, Peggj Schulman, and I'II three, Mai rie Norman, and Howard Then al T o'clock the paee changed The entertainment was the bar instead oi skipper chuck. Lynn and Louis Wolfson had a party at 11, including Frances and Mitchell Wolfson Doll} and Ed Circus had a large party, which included their friends from "up north Mi and Mrs the Waxenberg and Mr. and Mrs .lack Werst also had Thanks giving guests WHAT FUN Sophie and Sidne} Ansin, with their son and his wife, Edmund and Tob) took Mike Douglas, whose program on television has captured his audience, and his wife Genevieve, for dinner at "The Shadows." Mike is %  regular down-to-earth pervin who has the same charm on television as off. You'd never know he was a grandfather, he look-,, young One ol then twin daughters imarried and has a babj Their younger daugn tit was here with them, but was too young to spend a night on the town Later, the) all went i" the opening of the Celebrit) Room at the Diplomat Hotel, v lure Marjorie and lr\ Cowan. Ilattie and Sam 1 r.edland. and Carol and Pick Gerstein were "firal nighting 0 THREE AT HOME Shirlev Sackler left her husband, Alvin, mind ing the kid-. John Craig and Leigh, hack home in HatUesburg, Miss., while she Hew here to MM I her mother. Sel.na .Mrs Irving) MarCUS, "ho wasn't ui> to par. Selma %  better now. friends are -lad to hear DOWN IN THE CELLAR EATING SAUERKRAUT Reva iMrs Irving) Wexler wasn't in 'he eel lar. hut she was eating sauerkraut in B klyn uh.n the lights went out during th. New York area black out Reva had been to the United Na tions Institute In Washington and -topped off briefly in Brooklyn to visit relatives The worst inconvenience was getting reservationfor home hut Irving was smart enough to gel them from this end HE PUT ON HIS CHEF'S HAT Esthei Schwarti' brother and his wife, Sonn> and .loan Pohi from Chicago for a wet • in Lucaya Sidne) Schwartz put on his chef's hat. anil the gang came over to welcome the Pohns Sidne) s baked beans are the "n and he will give his recipe Everyone took his plate and sal where he wished Sin paid Broad found himself sitting at th.' head of the dining room table Carolyn and Buster Grossmai with the Pohns, reminiscing Norman Babel e m late to join hiwife. Lillian, and her mother Mrs Minnie Polokaw Ethel NagW i -o delighted to have talked with hei ion, who lives in Switzerland, hut was bach in New I lew days on ho mi-— Franc* L.hman M*. AND MBS. RffSfl Keisers Mark 50th Anniversary Mr an'! MrJose| h E Reiser of Miami Beach, former!) of Haiti more Md celH Men wedding i i % %  %  > -] %  )„ i | -on ( ol Morton S K, ,i daughter in law. ih) hosted .. coi ktail reo p lion and dinner for then parents at th< Ugi< rHotel 11 • : • gut st. were Kcisrr'i brother and sister in law, Mr and Mn William Kuahnich ..< Pitu'nirgh. Pa; aiater Mrs Leon Flaa • x %  N,; ..ml Mrs U>e Kuahnick and Mrs Annie Schapuro, brother and ata ter. from Ball ai d Mrs Keisei • ter Mrs Roac Jacobs also i : Bi Library Will Mark Anniversary Sixth anniversary of Surl 15a> Library will br ohser day 2 30 pm at the hon Preaidenl Mrs Lee How Bag Dr. Program will include view bj Mis llrlja K a relation director, ( itv Public Ubrarj l'resident Mrs .\ I> s Ho-.rarrt. and Mrs Ralph vice president, will v, ANYONE CAN MAKE THE HOLES I Cedars Women • At Convention Present at the first planning meeting for the uui all-Florida ccnierence of the Mizrachi VY ^rr.en's Organ.zation of America due at the FoioameHeau Hole! on Ian. 30 and 31 are seated tieft to right i Mesdames Harry PerBOnik, Julius Rosenstein. Alfred Stone, Charles Turk, Ph; :p Goldberg and Simon April. Standing left to right) are Mesdames Max NewJoh i Pi minister • irst L'mtaria Church oi Miai peak ai "The Eenman incil — Re igious Liberty and the Jew ht, 9 i at temple !'• h Sholom 1 noted '.ead lattli for h iman reli tions ai d civ %  i •I "ill the .•south in recent !ii-v Papendi ew w ill be the fourt -i akei ii i -erics of five m< • tings on the I .1 b) K.! 1 i < %  • %  !: K and the adult in committee of Temple At 8pm. v simultaneous rees in the Hebrew on .lew • God and Histoi .• will be offered Man tioo pi i s ons attended the first Ihn e res on the Ecu menical < ouncil, and Kahhi Sanford Sell exi e director of the • R< "i <(f the I'n ion oi American Hebrevi I tngragr tions, is scheduled to close out tin Thnteen mem ben o4 Cedars ol Lebanon llospn.il Auxiliary attend ,. i irnainna oi aha Florida Hospital Auxiliary Convention held recentl> at the Fontaine bl eau Hotel Participating In the meetii were Mesdames Doran /.inner, Ii nl B) n n Sparber i < i • man i % %  Irene i ni int viei i dent l ol ''• %  Sho) Moms Blau v let %  %  Ted p-t Han v Hoi nan /. ordin Prank Peiin board members Mesdames %  ban, Edward t lit I* I and lljv Hi Hi SSenior Citizens Parly Senior < itixens Aaaoeiattoo Mian I Beach will obaerve Ckjnnnka Dee 20 cese here. Joseph M Pitxgerald, *" h a f^ } ''" ""V '[,] ,,,,,. ,. „ P"' •' Waaaungton PederaJ ISM Previous s kers have included local attorney; ami Lao Mindlin, \\.,.|,. : ,,,. u rradittonal re ititev .lamest. Duncan, sutfra executive editor of The Jewish treshmenu and entertainment will Ban bishop of the Episcopal l„. Ploridian be included in the celebration berger, Louis Lustig, Rachel K. Laufer, Sylvia Meyers, Rose Hockstin. i. Weissbr: :na Rattner. Charles Sokol. Theodore Sakowitz and Mack Ackelsberg. Net shown ore h'. dames Hyman Kolko. Norman Lieberman and ha Stein. The two-day conference will include workshop sessions and a gala luncheon. Rev. 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Page 16-C #. r I U.S. Nixes Refugee Resolve UNITED NATIONS (J I'A) Tht General Assembly's Special Political Committee adopted last •reek .< resolution on the Aral) refugee problem originally aponsored t>> the United States, then rejected by the American delega tion because it> draft had been amended by pro Arab states The U.S. resolution, in its oriKinal form, called upon the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees to rectify its relief rolls, and extended I NRWA's mandate for three years beyond its expiration date of June 30\ !96. But, prior to the vote on th* U.S. resolution itself, the Arab bloc, aic>*d by other Moslem states and by the Soviet members, managed to put through an amendment which, among •ther instructions, would *"• Uroe he UNRVVA relief rolls by extending aid to many refuge** not now eligible for UN aid. The amendmeni, sponsored by Pakistan and Somalia, won by a vote of 43-39, with 24 absentions. The United States, Britain, Fraivce and Israel were omon-i the nvembers who east negative vote*. Ttven the U.S. draft ;•* whole, ir-rtuding the a^ondinent, was put to a vote. This time the L-n.ted States votf.^ against its own amended resolution, joined again by Israel, Britan, Canada and others. Despite the extraordinary step by the United States %  1 rejecting its own reslution. the measure was carried by a vo-e of 47-31, with 17 abstentions. However, th %  reeolutioi must now no to a plenarj Vi •-•"' "' ""' General Assemblj h w H •• "•'< "red %  two-thirds majority of the r \ rhi con 1 r ar thorl of the two % %  ittix rtaintj la to the al might be l ., 01 b) %  Gem narj ion """ ,., is measure ,,. ..,:, 1 b) t!'>Wash t 01 %  %  ., %  : %  • re wai consensui %  Ir "' nec f if • 1 S.A The davionu leaaioe Of the Israel • I the Aral • 1 tatives O u r 1 n • _. Israel withdrew in in*^.. • o .ne U S di %  • • *hich *£* t-ave cal'ed UDO>-he Arb Uthl and Israel f 0 neat* j> fc rertly for a s,-" fm nt „,, refugee problem I rH n M it • I Xfgnanu-tan 1 IN matediai l!> abandoi insidi Is I %  "*• I r,.,j 'inrtr pnxj NORTON TIRE CO. VISIT OUR NEWEST AUTO SERVICE CENTER 8801 Biscayne Blvd. for people who want "Precious Cargo" Protection I Open 24 Hour? & Alt Day Sunday 5300 N.W. 27th Ave PREMIUM LIFE-SAVER BE Goodrich • FUll 4-PIY • NYLON TUBE! ESS • SEALS PUNCTURES PERMANENTLY • RESISTS SKIDS • RESISTS BLOWOUTS • LONGEST WEARING PASSENGER TIRE B. F. GOODRICH EVER BUILT • TWIN-LINE W mt f fU L NtW PUNCTiJiK SEAIAMT Regular Sale Price, NOT List Price! Punctures are pennanei as BFG improved sealant p %  %  %  ir from escap ng 1 ake> p nnt repair as puncturing object withdrawn. 650x13 • 21.25 775x14 2 5.00 825x14 2 7.50 355x14 3 0.00 885x14 s 33.50 845x15 !* 3 0.00 885x15 3 3 .50 900x15 3 4.75 Plus Fed. tax and old tire off your car. NO MONEY DOWN EASY BUDGET TERMS INSTANT CREDIT FREE MOUNTING ECONOMY TIRE SPECIAL ONE PRICE TIRE & TUBE Blackwall 600x15 670xH 650x15 710x15 11 INCLUDES NEW B.F. GOODRICH HEAVY DUTY TUBE! Plus Fed. tax and old tire off your car. NORTON CO. ENJOY YEAR ROUND SAVINGS AND ^ SPECIAL CREDIT TERMS AT THESE NORTON TIRE STORES: OR" 24 MOWl OMN UlNBaU CENTRAL MIAMI SJOO NK .' II" a.t MM DOWNTOWN MIAI SOO Wtl fU|if SI JM J NORTH MIAMI litO N Ilk .. „, >•< IS4I MIAMI SHORT S • •01 l.t.J.t .3 MIAMI BEACH N. MIAMI BEACH UOONl <•)> %  •! "' %  MS 74V. 17, SOUTH OAOt •001 ylk D %  f Ms, •47 ts; now; •• IC'OO J>f W. KUL! V Wi". Sutc %  •" ff litJoVi^* mo "tii %  '• wl JIS Si 0 %  Tl I4'"



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• rge 10 A *. Jpn /f ncrktlar Friday. December 10, 19G5 Banquet Fetes Rabbi Caplan estimonial dinner will honor president of the Greater Miami bbinical Aisociatioo for his 35th u m a rabbinate al a ban i here on Thursday, Dec 16. ihe Deauville Hotel Hansors of the function for >bi Jonah K (apian are the of en and directors of Sky Lake lagofzu1 • >! North Mi.imi Beach. ore Rabin Caplan serves as -.pilal leader CJA Group f n Dinner Meet lendell M Seliy was host at a rial guest dinner iMeffoa, of home furnishings croup on bei oi the 196 Combined Jewish !>e;.' \\'eeneaday at the Miami tags Villas. 'itflig, chairman of the special is committee was assisted by man Lipzitl and Maxwell Wels It. co-chairmen of the home nfshings group, and A .1 Alev ler. honorary chairman 'ommittee members were I/>uis Adler. .1 William Baros. Jr. id Bendail, Aaron Euster, Bob gg, Dave Melin, Larrj Micksn.!. Hay Mufx'li. Anita Priest. rrj Rich, Edward II Salomon. William Sturman, Jerry I'ffand Larry Zirn • Rabbi Israel Millar, president of the Rabbinical Council of America, will be quest speaker at the Dec. 16 function. Kabbi Caplan is a Graduate of Yeshiva University. His first pulpit was with the Miami Jewish Conureuation of the Southwest, forerunner of today's CongTegS tion Beth El here He served as spiritual leader of Temple Beth El of Astoria. 1.1 for 16 years before being recalled to Miami to take the pulpit at Kneseth Israel on Miami Beach After two \ears there, he was in vited by Dr. Samuel Belkin. presl dent oi Yeshiva University) to head the South Florida Regional Office of the university, in which capacit> he served for five yean Rabbi Caplan subsequently be came identified with Temple Adath Yeshurun on a part time basis He later joined the Temple a* Ma recular spiritual leader. He recently resinned to take up his present pulpit. Rabbi Caplan and his wife. Lena live at 1120 NE Miami Gardens Dr. The) ha\e three children. The Dec. 16 program at the Deauville, In addition to Rabbi Miller, will also feature the Rev. Luther Pierce, executive director. Greater Miami Council of Churches; Rev. Far. Donald F. X. Collolly, of the Miami Diocese; Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Young Israel of Greater Miami, representing the Orthodox community; Dr. Irving Lehrman,, of Temple Emanu-EI, representing the Conservative movement; and Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom, of the Reform movement. Taking part in the program will be Daniel V Tunick. president of Sky Ijke Synagogue, and Mrs Asheri Etmelman, president of the Sisterhood Harold Tnurman, past president of Temple Israel of Greater Miami, will serve as toast master. At the function, Rabbi Caplan will he presented with a life con tract in the Sky Lake congregation. The organisation moved into its new quarters last week at 18151 Pfl 19th A\e In responding to the honor oc CasJon, Rabbi Caplan this week declared that "the Orthodox Jew ish movement today is misunder stood Rahhi Caplan. an Orthodox spiritual leader, said that the mis Understanding "is prevalent most ly among Jews' of European origin Tlu> fear that Orthodox) is ., throwback to the past and %  re flection on the lack of modern ism He said that todaj the voung lew who considerhimselt e in Ins Jewishness, has an open mind and is willing to .'*• com meed Referring to his own recent tenure in a Conservative pulpit and his return to Orthodoxy, Rabbi Caplan noted that "many young people are now willing to test Orthodoxy and find it both acceptable and inspiring. It makes their involvement in Judaism far more real." (in the occasion of his 85th • in the pulpit. 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Page 2 B h*l*tnr Friday, December 1 Asthma Chapter Slates Auction a t 11 %  i will hold Us r hib. 250 NH ''' %  ii d by inn rved ceds from t ibilitation ol aeri ousl> ill asthmatic children al the ;>. %  Center Mesdamea Arleiie Ncstow, Helan ResentbeL Irene Miller and Mae Fried are co-chairmen Chapter preaidenl la Mrs Lillian I'anuv Mrs. Roee Wolfson, of Miami Beach, unveils a plaque in memory of her brother, Jacob Polon. of New York City. Ceremony was held recently in the Central Library of the Weizmann Institute of Science at Rehovoth and was attended by a group of Pioneer Women then visiting Israel. In unveiling the Memorial Section plaque, Mrs. Wolfson recalled "the keen interest which my late brother had taken in the furtherance of scientific activity in Israel. Justine Chapter Meets Tuesday MA Irvinn Wetin. program chairman of the Justine Chapter. American Jewish Congress, announces that Joseph I Yanuh. AJC regional director, will speak on •500 Years After the Spanish Inquisition — Who are the Spanish Jews in 1968? at a meeting Tuea dl j 12 30 p m at the home of Mrs Irving B Kaplan 3630 Flao I>r Yanuh who has just returned from i survey of the Jewish communities in Spam, will give a report on his experiences slid. thi ancient synagogue architect masterpieces will accompany his presentation. A report on the activity of the American Jewish Congress to acti Music Society Concert Sunday In Surf side Concert of the Surfside Music Soculy will be held at the Surfside Community Center on Sunday at 8 p m. Artists to be featured include Roee Byrne, lyric oprano; Roney Miller, concert violinist; and Sally Kaye accompanist Councilman I i llobcrman. Music Society will act as master of < i monies The 1965-1966 Concert Series •d this year > the I I i s.r. trigs & l.oan Associaroup of |o< ..1 inns'. he i emaining concerts w ill %  13 and 13 man 1 %  S ith I ited to KHI D will v.-ritt ermans. vate the program for the I S Sen ate ratification of I nite-l Nalions Human Rights Agreementwill be given by Mrs Trudy Hamerschl..:: chairman of the Commission on International AffairThe American Jewish Omgreaa role in the Economic Opportunitj Program and community educa Lion "ii extremism will be pr< • ed i>> Miss Lillian Goodman, chairman ot the Commission on Com munity Interrelations In charge of reservatioi s it M Sylvia Silvers Dr. Klein Will Address Society Dr David Klein. BUtherit) n Shakespeare, will be featured speaker at a member-hip tea of the south Dade Chapter of the American Soeietv for Ttvhnion on Knda>. Dec 17 Dr Klein, prote—or emeritus of CHj Oaflege of Nea York, will deliver an address on Shakespeare. He has been a lecturer on Shake spearc at Hebrew Univeraitj in Je rusalem and baa conducted shake ipearean courses for five yearat the Miami Public Library Meyer A Raskin, founding preaidenl of the South Florida Amen can Society of Teehnion will de liver a talk on Teehnion during the Dec IT meeting The 10 a m meeting will i held al the home of Mrs David Serneker. 11601 sW 62nd Ave MrMelvin Schwarts, pitalit) chairman said reservations maj be called m to MrMas well Dauer a ia. t T j At a convention for the New England Mutun! held ot the Homestead. Hot Springs. Va., were the pre&idenl H First Flo:. ida Consultants Melvin L Kartzmer. and his wife GerYuce and vice president. Louis G. Wechsler and %  .. R u tj,'l Kartzmer was a featured speaker on the subject of tax plan scientific activity in Israel." New Show Set At Fontainebleau THO of Americas talented youm.er flarv Robb> Vinton and Shan brla, will he prevnted h\ the Kontainebleaii Motel in its fa moiiI-a Rnnrle Room for a IfMlax holiday enflneaveal Mamng Thur* day, Dei 23. through New Yean. Bve The dance team of Inge and Rolfe also will he prvvnted on •he -aine show Few attatef* have k\rocketed to siico--nfa-t as llobb\ Yintnn Within three horl years he has me one ot the top in incmt idols of the en* %  nmeal 0 His recordIK %  •> nomenal Bale ol • -niHtoies nnua'l\ *< nil Mgned a fi\ i I ntrtrl I*arammint pi< %  Shan I cw iwarj. r*tr add ha. every aaarjoi ri • JIT atlWJhll four El I-t-r tlonal Telei iI .' \*'\ Carlo Award she habeen talent and phai John Crash) NEW T/to^ KRAFT WHIPPED CHUM CHEESES THAT SPREAD USE I wittt taste-teasing chives! 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Pcge 4-A +Jelstncrk&&r Friday. December 10, 1965 Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305696-4869 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN E xecutive Editor 6ELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher Tee, Joe) Ml Flortdlmi deea aoi K leraatee the Kimhrutb of tnt mrrrhwrnliiM* rtd\."*.>.-.i %  • %  \rroiurnna Published everv Friday since 127 by The JfWlrt FYirtdla at I!" N K Sixth Street Miami I. F! rnla Seeond-Claee Poataae Paid al Miami. Fiona* Trie Jewish Floridian has abso'Ded ths Jew h Unity an th* Jewish Weekly Member o' the J! Teiegraphi Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Wj-idwde New Service, National Editorial Assn American Assn o' EnglishJewish Newspapers, anj the Florida Press Assn SUBSCRIPTION RATES Local Area One Year $5 00 Three Vea's $'!M Out of Town Ucon Reni-ast Volume 38 Number 50 Friday. December 13. 1965 16 Kislev 5726 The Old Must Look to the Young Age and political leadership seem to go hand-in-hand. President Kennedy astonished the world when he was elected at a youthful forty-two. Many acerb cartoonists, failing to share the joy of hi success, portrayed him in infantile bib. Charles de Gaulle, at seventyfive, is today fighting for his political life, determined to achieve a new seven-year term >n office in a national runoff next Dec. 19. While the vigor of West German Chancellor Erhard, himself well-advanced in ace, speaks for itself. The news of Israel Prime Minister Eshkol's "exhaustion" and hospitalization is disquieting. At seventy. Mr. Eshkol is apparently tired out cs a consequence of his campaign against seventy-nine-yeoT-old David Ben-Gurion who. himself, suffered dizzy prostration and was confined to bed immediately following the Nov. 2 elections. Particularly so far as Israel is concerned, this seems to highlight the complaints of younger career men in government who say that they are barred from the inner circle of power by the "ancients." The revolt of the "young Turks" several years ago, briefly led by Gen. Dayan, is based on the realistic complaint that the country's venerable leaders simply won't "give up." Perhaps it is less a matter of giving up than horn time to time letting in newer and more vigorous blood. Eshkol's indisposition and Mr. BenGurion's. to a lesser degree, suggest the foolhardiness of their exclusive policies. It is no longer a matter of personalities where the battle between youth and age is concerned. The Prime Minister's current "exhaustion" suggests, indeed, that it is rather a matter of the nation's welfare, and that the old should increasingly be looking to train the young in the affairs of state. Rabbis in Spotlight Two Greater Miami spiritual leaders representing contrastinq movements 'n Judaism will be honored by the>r congi egctions and the community starting this weekend. On Friday evening, Dr. Herbert Baumgard. spiritual loader of the Reform Temple Beth Am, will be sina'ed out by Beth Am for his ten years of leadership in the pulpit of the conqregation since its founding a decade ago. 'See Page 13-A-. Next Thursday, Dec. 16, Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, pres.dent of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, will be similarly honored by his Orthodox Sky Lake Synagogue for his thirty-five years in the rabbinate, which began in our community. iSee Page 10-A). Both men are rendering significant service to the congregations and the community they serve. Dr. fccrumgard can look back proudly to the fledqu g Beth Am whose pulpit he assumed in 1955 as the South Dade Jewish Center and contrast it with the large and vigorous temple into which it has grown today. Rabbi Caplan's many decades of service in the cause <~.f Judaism and his recent founding of Sky Lake Synagogue cue also sources of deep satisfaction to his dedicated leadership. MUMQFD&nS'$H4Ttf Sam Blank Lectureship The Greater Miami Jewish Federation is now planning its th'rd annual Contemporary \>-h Affairs Lertureship tor Dec. 20 ct the Dupont Plata Hotel. The lectureship e::jjwd by the Sam Blank and Family Foundation, is designed to offer our community an evening of Jewish cultural distinction, featuring a noted intellectual expert in his field in American Judaism Federation thus departs momentarily from its vital, lite-saving endeavor as Greater Miami Jewry's central fund-raising and community planning agency to give an insight into precisely what our Jewish culture, heritage and tradition are, making more meaningful for us all this endeavor and its principal purposes. Dr. Salo W. Baron, noted Columbia Uni versity professor of history, wus guest lecturer in 1963. inaugurating the lectureship series. Last year's distinguished speaker was Dr Abram L. Sachca. president of Brande.s Urn versity. Judging by the record the renes has already scored in its brief history, we can anticipate an equally vigorous program Dec. 20. one as m formative as the others in emchasizmg our aims as a welfare-minded Jewish community ever sensitive to the needs rf our brethren both at home and abroad. Mr. Blank and his family, longtime leader* in the Greater Miami Jc-v. .eration, as well as in welfare and humanitarian activities here generally, deserve commend... the role they are playing in presenting th munity. as sponsors, with .ins lectureship series Miami Doubly Honored The Jewish Funeral Directors ot .-'• have chosen oar community tor the orgumzation's national convention start.:ig h Sunday. Greater Miami is doubly honored. C more, we have been selected as the site of a %  ignificanl body's naiicnw.de conference, again giving credence to our city's growing stature as a major metrop: Also, a Greater Miamian. Edward Newman, has been chosen for election as the organization's national president. The convention of the Jewish Funeral Directors of America is gathering at a time when national attention seems to be focusing on a number of issues involving the relationship between families and funeral piofessionals on the occasion of bereavement. The Jewish Funeral Directors of America and its new president, a noted munal iccdei in our com:pected to pay considered attenl UM .3 before them toward a m< Behind the Rafi Power Play Were These Men By J. S. GOLDSMITH Let mi' introduce the new group by its proper n a m C Roshimat Poale Israel (List of l>raeli Worker* i in accordance with modern ..-. it iv known <>\ the first letter-, of the words of its name, and • %  •> nappes to read as well — %  Kafi" Whatever nanpaea t<> Ball ifter the elections. Israel will Dei er Ix" the -anie anain once Rafi has made its appearance on the political scene It was born out of a revolt with Mapai It is still not a fufl-fledajed t*>lit icaj party since BenOunon. I*ere.< and their fellow lea lers of. Kafi do not concede the right of Mapai to expel Ihem What with late night meetings in private houaca and <' me chaps unable t>> *.i\ openly whether the) go with Bad .>r stay with the old party the name Mafia .•r it ifi .nines to uuii.l natural!) I tried it out on Rafi leaden — some i>f them my dear friends — and their reaction wej that, while U ma) not he proper to call a re spectacle croup t>\ tlu* discredited name, it r gevsrt -eismsgh for a 'i Hut uh itc\ er 'her re ic • •• the name si icks Tel \\ i\ ians sense of humor An Avner II• Rafi is n v installed <\. %  ( \\ lerj d • edafi with Vr \ •>•<; o r H)< p %  -• Me vfung I • i an* V;-r.'' ••< % % %  t %  • -. -tsff lTiil"iHiir/l-i A" Me is a -iovrriiist and the son of a •ournalist, born in K o v n o and hrouoht to Israel as a small boy. Prom Kol Israel he wen* to London on a soecial mission for the Government He returned Some larsl \ • ir to ome Rshkol's speech writer, hut went hack t<> the radio sen c< isked f'-r extended leave and t.>->k on the K-ifi task If I wejv n" 00 %  • enl "f Rifi I would be a little worried *.ri known all the tricks of the game He la knoweedseahle, clever, intelligent and wttt) We know, of course, that Peres n I Joseph AI mom are the No 2 • \'n rt of Rafi N >. l being ; rf Rafi .met yet n.* complete '-• of it "Can you cnt'i! Vesu vim? asked i It..fi karier admonished for i><; s behavior It B <' %  did not c-ojk*uh the '{ifi managemerrt whether to tend Fharett's funeral h* did not tttend I What imore he sits al home. %  Pbderoi Keren Hakavsjmel writes copious letters in pencil — in which he i) w hal he likes and •••!' ~ s> me i %  .if He publ till• %  ffort i[. %  '••v •' ... !> i> I,I Beat Prh ,published on Pri%  n ii n k BG Would not • Prim! nexl • ime Nevertheless people make allowances for him. "Well at 79, what do you e*oe•• m aal aohievenv i • Peri ips people will one day for thai ha also solil his o %  ed political havoc in Ii r.u-l it; 1965 Joshua Iknown |fl %  : as the conqueror .4 I %  few remember that he is) man to gel afcna with fiom Mapai'' The politic^ •.. B.G s He claimed that the Eshko Government had over the yean I ursued a cours<> of trim nun-.: lice had not teen ils folding light fhey had not been intr-reM..incline: out exactly what hapiin the Lavon affair Party t-, ben, and aUo other ntizens said, had been made to i.. Una by fraud and irtimid..Economics rf Rai lavon Affair %  i tl Presumably iM'.ii wo-jkt m com" th poweY the election on Nov. 2. be resurrect the Lavon affaii e hia, how e\ >-i wa%  1 'lectoral a~M-t People di 1 A..nt to ." into thi> besttii st ,• 1 he) sre quite happ) to ;,., '' future historian The economics of Raft are those of Peres, who is a irMiMa economist but not en active one having neglected his homework over the years in favor of mor urgent tasks. Peres, to be sore is personally bitter. He was • very able Depsrty Defense M.rister for years; seats in the Cab iret became vacant from time to time — Mapai seats foo; ye* Esh kol kept him down and he had to be satisfied with the 10b of i q'orified purchasing agent. Thi is rot gcod enough for en imb tious man in his middle forties Bui • %  •'on • lea of Israi H • • ,.;.• t' a the %  [a ael ives beyond iN RM • %  • expansaoa was ficial, both in the public *.-, • • ri" econom) and in the pi • He says that .in sd' • • 1 •-1\ men) 1 |s %¡ %  an anruraent ff>aj_ . % %  -I. -rii M \ in Israel whe re COO.OOO.oao tfif;'SalkajseM-oT Jr.; rteVlai illH Feature Jusv f s enter the country, on t p %  n^-f.T exports He .•"••s on to say that •ael' econom) needs an overha, sttune it to the i%"'~ ly enough, the opposition n En irvd always says it. whfle the rrng part) retorts that*' being done > To th's Bshkoi thai immlgi stion 1^ go'i apace dsweleajstneal is sai torj and secarlt) i* as 1 s'"" 1 < nver, while edm-ation is i:'.-.'-" ing ..!! th>time Can an> eminent have a better Bee Ro'e of fhe Army The Ral l< 'iters aJ>o • • I arrancerrnv.' *c h ho \ ui lah would To w'm-li Mmvn le %  reph thai It would help to the wi rk.-. t |ar sal u \l nai's • • ..-r..-i !h.act kchdul ivodeh adsich Is %  n '.-l Besidea it 1 .• \ oies. a hid to be desprwd In in Sjleeti >n M tl time, Msgaai 1 • sunendered am principles .' f it were naJusag < with 1 1 In 1 •• Nintr) Like Lsa te I'nents ar*' tJ The army r-* the civi' serveare not involved of co*r*e. Th. is the bright side ef • """' comparison with the civil *' in the last vears of the Second Temple la silly. Then, two arnri eommar-Jers were at the ntx' of armies fiohtinf each other now two super anno a ted po' ti'isns art fighting each ofhi while the army is bored with it and gets on with its job. Other parties also are fiahnl .: •• h Herut I.'i" whirl and khe 1 kharals c sr t ap H Ko| ,n.l oOVi!(bunded 1 few TWID one^c1 arbral 1 not g""'^ Herut a-' [aecMp fan* "* xtw



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"i.day. December 10. 1965 h Je*M fhrMtor? Paqe 11-3 %  TING'S BO] Y.oht .mil CoantT) %  i %  h wu the Mttlni for Uw \ ... Group. 'i Ha4gi jii .HI dinner dance La Bal dei i. Co chairmi n f"i thee%*e re lln Marshall Feuer lira Stanley GUbcrl Mrs %  n was made i I h ind1 %  i beige nlk organza •i • which %  ere laci I to %  floor len{ th sheath, -'•i carried a. mati li \*-. Km. r chose I black Jer • '•••nth aitli )••! be id (he nrrklinc and abo ii> the deep ill! • the hemline President "t the Pred Stoi t was rn •" m %  • %  .; white -.Ik i hllTon wh) I frr< I the bare look" IH. ted ii!i pearhsed tequtna -,(l cr\-st:i- emerald i ieen in thi Kir. iihouiiii i'h .i pannier ...Itorn b\ Mrs Morris .HI A full Irn :th matching roniplftttl her ensemble Leonard Hi i man WH <• t.,!. i ;.,.. i.\ si WmiM' i :\\r inteii I Spanish .. .i black velvet stti -••• rli Mi Burl loseph• -.ik repc IMPORTED es of .ithe i hoii •• "i Mi Sol in Her gown had • ; inn full lei (.Mrs rd Mandler white broi i i, \ bodice, and i"i''i • Brown aril • I 1 .-ii -iiii|M-a\ id Wi It 1 Mi Martin Kaiser MiHai i > She i man is another who i tone ih< 'impli i of cla* K. but ••ii loin h %  AMONG •^ ,.,, Ihe Allan Mid %  %  ,i pink atin shoal \, i. i f •n '• those .i green brocade sheath snd MrI in .i bl,ii k m.i • %  '!>n. Mi Leonard I r-al "-Hi in I,, i r-mi n i r an %  i klc length sheath U of F Students Plan Marriage v '.]• Stanlej J Gold, 7033 SW 1911 lei asi %  Bounced i ngagcmenl ol their daughter, i i • i Richard Biliol Stron In room • lei t Is the son ..I Mr and Mn Bt n Strongin, 2001 SW 1 4th AN. The future bride and her fiance ttendli %  I'niversitj ol I irida Adult Classes At Ner Te wn d • In i Mrs l '• %  and i on i c %  l rofl B 30 r • %  'bbi sbovll %  • nided al an A-k the Ral ion MAKE YOUR WEDDING, BAR MITZVA, ANY WNC1I0N "THE TAIK OF THE TOWN with IRVING PIETRACK ORCHESTRA NO JOB TOO SMALL JE 8-0204 BIRTHDAY PARTIES FREDDY THE TV CLOWN PH. 448-1473 PRINCIPAL-TEACHER WANTED FOR A MIAMI REFORM TEMPLE'S RELIGIOUS SCHOOL 25 HOUR WEEK QUALIFIED RETIREE IS ELIGIBLE Starting Salary $6,500 For Year Starting August 15, 1966 Wri*a, Slating Qualifications, Backajrwufid. •ad Experience P.T., Box 2973, Miami, Fla. 33101 MrEdward ''.hen chose the popular black brocade sheath with its nun matching hip-length Lick, i White brocade In the •in tie style was ected bj MiLewis Si bt MH.HI Da\ .'i Bendel %  ensemble lame bodice with • I rov n velvet i kel Mrs Fred I lute -.u in M a mink collared sequii ackel Shocking pink broi ade looi %  %  %  liAl I ••.•. is \ led with \ 11 I '.. • M in w IIin scarlet vi ntrastii in roloi al the iai i iMrs William Parkei ii white satin OOWDER lue en p with .. .;. iii. .1 i o Hi i' was won M R il| h i: • i .. • %  • ; • A th ,-i deep 11'-' vi •• .-" • creating a sti %  pov .. r | • •lemon i I ma .i%  "in i > M I'll ••• iii Mi • Blaii /.iiii'ii tt ,n ii ahimmei ins sib er l %  i lack .• ath with i i • %  ,i ; ;:',. i Mi Saul \ • • Kamfl l a pp e d her i lack lace ..ii hie -toll l .1. to chiffoi i : M by Mr Norman I andau w,ione she %  '•• bile oi .i rn -in trip tu the Ortenl Jennifer Oren. Dentist Will Wed Dr and Mrs B i amin <• Oren, to Dr Stanlej Krugman, son .f Miami, announce the n 111out ol their daughter Jennifer M/$S laaufia oms Street, Gold Betrothal Told By Her Parents Kl : t i>l I lllils SI SI %  ''t lo Mark Ellis ersit) ol Mian in J 11 fiancee w ill ab> Ihe l e.i\. i • • •.* .-it Little River I ': s. nior %  i weds Mi. ar.i Mis. Burton Cook of 4410 W, Flaqler St.. Miomi. stroll thiough th polm f'tnqed tjtadmut of the Emerald Beach Hotel in Nassau Thoy i ymooned in the Bohacapitctl follcwinq their m.nriago Nov. 27 at the BLSTenace Holol. The 6 is the forme: lei of Mr. \!rs |a 5927 SW 2nd! >n of Mr. at "' Nathan Cook. 2064 SW 22 Ter. ALL PARTY NEEDS m Punch Bowls .) 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i\— \ -Jmlstfkr/dtoii Friday. December 10. 1965 &f &f &f &f .**-> &f&f&f Latin America Programs Defended Brandeis University National Women's Committee, Miami Beach Chapter, recently held its fall luncheon at the Deauville Hotel. Miami Beach Mayor Elliott Rooeevelt was principal speaker. He is pictured with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Leeks •left', who were honored for their donation of a Chemistry Building to the university. Mrs. Arthur Jurkowitz, president ifar right), conducted the meeting. Sheriff Buchanan at Beach BB Lodge What about crime In Dade Com This current subject o( interest will be discussed bj Sheriff T A. Buchanan at the monthly evening meeting e served. [allowed by entcrtainnmcnt and dancing Other programs scheduled by the club consist of: Israeli Night, film, song and dance Dec 8. 1 |> m the club's annual social card party Dec 14. Culture Night, ;i gueal speaker Continued from Page 1-A ca had been initiated at the request of the Latin American district of B'nai B'rith. "In announcing this program last week, the B'nai B'rith stressed that it would be locally planned and locally directed by Latin Americans through B'nai B'rith affiliates on the continent," he stated. B'nai B'rith has constituents in 15 Latin American countries, he stressed. Morn.B. Abram American .lew.sb CoKUnittee president, dec lared in I stalement that the or .ani/ationpnkgra In Latin America was started in i<48 "at the request of communits leaders in Argentina, who smafjat aaaial ance and know how to help meet Library to Mark Book Month Here Jewish Book Month will be celt brated at the City of Miami Public Lrbrar) on Tuesdas %  8 80 p m with a panel discussion on "The Impact of the Jewish Writer on Modern American Literature Hannah Kahn. poetry editoi the Miami Herald, and author o| Eve's Daughter," will speak on .tewish notes and DOCtT) Fred Shaw, book editor of tlM Miami News, will discuss prOM writing! Anne Safran. author of "The I'lreburn will also participate. Melvyn B Frumkis. treasurer of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will review "The Fireborn." Louis Schwartz man. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish F.ducation. will serve as moderator The program is co-sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Educa lion of (ireater Miami. APPRECIATED Peop e like you are ihe reason [I A hat butod to buil institutions,, including LI Al. of cot N appro .'-'^ the way El Boeing "0" icts wh sk vou to other Hfitghiiul destinations—V dm.i<-m I Av.. N cosia Istanbul, Teheran ^airob Jorwiu-sburg. Athens Rome \ ipnna Zurich, Munich, Franklin I %  Ai W e t e r Copenhagen. Pans London. Co to any \ou choose. But nrsl go to vour El Al I el agent tor help. He'll appreciate the business. 16C2 Washington Ave Miami Beach, Florida JE 2-5441 pressing problems He aasertad that from the start, the Commit %  ha.i been conducted ••in close partnership with auton ,,. >sish 1 organntationj in K> gentina and Braiil which views similar to our own From lime to tune. ..s financial re es permitted, we have %  ork with major groups in othei rountrii %  ••< U he pointed out. s been coopers lion, with the Committee primar il\ providing materials and other resourci • and serving as gd\ iser to local bodies thai conduct then own ir.an> pro airs Mr Abram called the rrftJcMm directed against his organisation 1 arti< ularly surpriamg" in view ,,i the fact thai DA1A officen ,• rote to him on August -" I9W after a three-week trip b) %  • Committee delegation which he headed in four South American countries, I the DAIA often A warm es; congratulations He sad that in the letter, the DAJA lauded the i ommittci deli gat ion tor tions 1 •• %  a' the 1 nd of the trip Mr. Abram also said that on Nov. 16 he received a letter from officers of the Zionist Federation of Chile on the first anniversary of cooperation between the Committee and the Federation. The officers said 111 the letter that the) wished to take the occa •ci 1 Ktend our sincere thai.ks for the interest and valuable help, Ixith material ami scientific, which the American Jewish I immittee, hs given us during thiperiod The Ann rii an Jewish I ongn -•• nv bile 1 ssui d s state ent la 1 in:; that it believe*; I it "eai h lewish 111 nmunity m the woi 11 has the right and rt a pOBBt -ill' o k out it> li BONOIO PIBflCt DIUVIRT GUARANTIIO ' las.sen. liebi ami Bible 1 • %  Tuesdaj evenlt Rabbi Sol Landau -v ill be Mai I ... istmenU and Conl I On Wednesday vis discussion will be based on the book, Jews, and Hist on. bj Max I Di mont. W • %  O M "• %  TkuUlmq WlNDOUKf Air 50c CORAl TERRACE REMAUHANT AND LH CARIttt A BELLE BARTH Duplicated' MURRAY FRANKLIN'S -continental DORE'S >*dr..t A U..|. Cu,sme lMrdSt. m Cellins Av* Miami Beach Open S PJl. to 8 AJ. ST..r,Ui;il! 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*A. w ornan s UJor/J %  Jewish Flour idlian Miami Florida, r'ndcv, December 10. 1965 Section i Reform Women Gather on Beach .dance of some 300 Miami Beach Hadassah lead: to hear Mrs. High Salpeter. national secretaiy ip chairman of Hadassah. at the Algiers Hotel idcct a membership worksho; Left tc riqht c:.-r irico Cahn. chapter admi... : !: diva v.ce pre>ih. Miam. B"n, h Cha; tn p.csdent: H:gh Sal : i and Noiman Myers. mcnbciship v.ce presi % % %  r Mrs Irving E llollobow of Chica i immediate past president %  National Fed ration ol Tem • rhoods will addreaa the the Sisterhoods of South Florida at an all-da) session in \t \\ ( dm - %  :: Silverman, 5070 No Bay 'i' following Sisterhoods and %  ntwill ; artieipate in progi .mi [< %  Beth \" S Miami. MiI; hard \:, •-. Temple imi.'.i Coral ii.i'.it-Mrs Marvin I'.ii. Temple Israel ol Greater mi MrMorris Gn • ne; Tern : S.sterhood will hold its Eternal Liahl Luncheon on :ioon. Dec. 16. at the Deauv lie Hotel. Featured include Trudy Lawrenro Dodli G*r. : Solcve lixm %  n i J bv IS ABE I G %  %  %  '. %  'Ml Jimmy has an ilai t*:a, .: ml Elfin %  %  I at ii'< .it ii m for la lainih U I i i who plan N yu HI %  i antor, aecom i'. r Norm bos .f/.-in. and their Ii n Jan.' i> U the BehoBfeM i n of Coral 11 Mrs Sherw in <.i i man. Temple I -.mannKi. Ft I rdale, Mrs Ken Barnes; Ten Ism : of West Palm Beach, ird Feldman 1 he mornii .• session will -]'• i i:n all) directed to board : Sisterhoods Thi.s v ill l" followed i>> a luncheon fi l i 30 to 12 30 \:i'-r the hinchi i Mi Hollobov i t a Panel ol Pn id< nts w ho i ll brieflj in-the ention of Nations • Uoi Ten : • San F i ancisco \ %  iui%  rer period i w Ii I • • • laht) in Mrs Ha Continued on P*g 3 B T^T Fi ID I 1ST o splendidly' Christmas-* %  from Jamai sUtheevi i • ,i nal Meet b< I at n M Spi Ff) : | of Ku winning class in • i and I \ tdual me 'I" > swinti .itits churned up UM water al of her competition in the frei sty !• and ii • • • F..r bus) I UBan Perlman. of Miami Beach, li'a the Sport "I km is which M< ibar attention Having completed hat nt apart iiK-nt at the Seaaons and thru ta ken a vacation in La* Wka> stl now looking forward to ih.Dec 15 oponlng at I'onip.ino. u! several of bar horaaa >" aa c lion during thhaiUMi rating MM ton I'artuiilarlv high hopes riding on LU'l Mis-. V.ncy K • • • Two ocoan cruises la thi


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^age 14-B tmtMfinrrtfitr Friday. December 10. 1965 Michael Ruden left 1 and Joseph Fieder. co-chairmen of the Combined Jewish Appeal committee al theExecutive House 3ii Mian h, we:e first to start the 1966 campcian in tl a. The men held their initial meeting recently, made ::s and predicted a successful diive for CJA. '66 Combined Jewish Appeal Cabinet Maps Campaign During Months Ahead First meeting ol the l!VWi Coin ined Jew ish Appeal campaign abinel was held Tuesdaj at the Fontainebieau Hotel and included xecutives ol the CJA and the reater Miami Jewish Federation Members <>f the campaign cahlel make policies ami assist ki suiding the Combined Jewish Ap I eal, fund-raising branch ol the Jewish Federation, which servos lore Hi..a 50 agencies locally, nationally and OMTSCIK. irvinq Pictrack and h:s or .hestra will provide the dinler music for the Mesivta scholarship dinner Sunday evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel. (See stones. Page 11-A; Page8-C'. The 1966 campaign began earlier this month with a kickoff dinner held by the Accountants Division, annually the first group to st the p*ce for the campaiqrv Last year, the CJA met a goal of $1,440,000 and annually ranks second only to the United Fund in scop*. "I am certain your backgrounds in cornmunit} wnrioa will be of vital importance to the campaign," J) I Ki>iak. liKW CJA easnpaign chairman, and Joseph \i Upton, president of the Jewish Federation, told the group %  i i" New York ii ive three | ai Stanlej ,. ajor in th %  Mr K>u' in I.nicein. Ni br ran hildn n Glinert servi •>chaii man oi the American .'< mmittee Man • and ln\estmenl Committee, and '.a momber oi the I mph Ms Pension Fund A well-known businessman, phi! anthrcpic and civic leader. Glinert i.. member of the firm of Hirsch i ompanj He is a recipient ol %  plaque from the late President (Canned) for "Twenty Years ol Service to the Nation" as chair man of a district oi the Selective sen Ice System. lie is a founder, former treasurer and board member of the customers Brokers' Association. GMneai is a member of the Board of Trustees, associates tiea-wcr. chairman of the Finance anal Souses' Service Committees and a member of the Executive Committee ol Hillside Hospital He is a member of the American Arbitration Association, a member of the board of the Hebrew Home for the A/ied and the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society. He i.1 member <>f 11 > Harmonic Club and former president • >! the Unar Hall Goli and CouOtrj Club Newsman Joins Ad Firm Here Tom Kilpati % joined the Kispatrhshi was formerly on the sales si..11 of Miami Magazizk the .Miami News Prior to h:~ as BOCisUon with tlie News, he was M manager lor HSK1' Radio Kilpatrick is fiom Lakeland Kla.. and attended the Inivcrsitv ol Florida. Being-first in line for th Grand Opening of Food Fair's new supermarket in Biscayne Shopping Plaza here earned unexpected dividends for Mrs. Frank Carroll, of 8910 NE 9th Ct. She was invited to cut the traditional ribbon, and received merchandise gifts as earlybird rewards. On Mrs. Carroll's right, as she snips the ribbon, is Herman Stein. Southern Division manager of Food Fair. On her left is Sidney Diamond, manager of the new store, the chain's 47th in Dade County. MAUtlCf CUNfBT Federation Exec Talks Friday \V|li:rI • Greater Miami Jewish Fedi lion, "ill he pjest speaker dui Frida) evening services at tin I raelite Centi i Before lie assumed his present position, Cohen was executive director of the Federstion in Waterbury. Conn., where he participated in many Jewish activities. His topic on Friday will be "Jewish Problems Around the World Seymour Liebman^ To Speck Here --. \moiir i: Uebaaa, Masurian on the raCUlt) of Ibe I 'nivcrwty of the Americas In Mesdco t'd>. will speak on Latin American Jev. n on Dei 21. n pm at the FontaineWeau Hotel Aetordini to Jack s Fopick. president ol the South Florida Division oi the American Friends of the Hebrew University, Kabt* May er Abramowits, of Temple Men ,,, -ih oj Miami Beach, will bechan man oi a hamika Bothering which v ill also include {reelings braajsjM from 'he Israi > Government bj i insul General oi laraol Bull i*a Ion Liebman, who has lectured at the Univer-idad Ibero-Americano and the Hebrew Univer sity of Jerusalem, is the author of a Guide to Jewish References in the Mexican Colonial Era" and has iust completed the History cf Mexican Colonial Jewry: 15211821,' as well as many articles *pp^ar!ng in current periodicals. 1 ,, ... vtensi'.e entral and South He had ii rt % %  research In Peru, hih ArKtrntiiii and Brazil. .iwell aSpain and Portugal Prior to receiving an advanced ards of many other communal organizations •Socialite cu calls for stop* in Spam Italy Greece, Pot tUgal and Haifa • • • Conversation centered on the rw.fi trr >. ries for the Coramunitj Concert Amorist ion whan \.'< Pressdard l irolyn i Mis Dai id \ I Hex* played host in her home to rove the croup's officers and directorHonored guaal at the Wednesday evening yathcrinn was Ja< k Hnwell.v of Columbia Artists Management office in New York City Cocktail parties bonorinj Mate* School Superintendent and Mr.^ Floyd Christian were held this past weekend at the home of Ml .iiil | miHir Keilh aivl Mr and Mrs Paul Fuske ol Miami Faske Is presidei I "i t..^ U \S HA of (ireatel Miami AIR %  STEAMSHIP TICKETS EUROPE • ISRAEL NASSAU • JAMAICA • MEXICO OPEN EVERY DAY All Around Travel Service, Inc. 1638 COLLINS AVE MIAMI BEACH FLA Phone 532-3336 Those frantic one day business trips can really strip your gears. 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Page 4-C f* Jfn /<#• fh^rktirir Friday, December 10. 1965 Congregations Score Record For Vigorous Bond Campaign In the history of Israel's growth toward a secure, independent nation through the strengthening of its economy, one of the chapters is that of the leadership given to the Israel Bond program by the spiritual and lay heads of American congregational life. In this chapter, none will hold a brighter spot than that of Greater Miami's synagogues and temples Year after year, the Is lael Bond program in this community has grown from strength to strength as a result of the inspiration and leadership of the community's rabbis and the lay leaders of synagogues here These dinners, focusing com miimtv wide attention on the activities ol the congregations for Israel, taw sereed ai occasions to accord recognition to Ihosa men and women who haw been m the forefront of lervice Urn larael Justifiable pride ran be taken t, v M ami Jewrji m ,hf record tbui far achieved this year by each of the congregations which have already held their State of Israel Bond dinners In every instance, the community'i congregations have dramatically reach* I new heights on behalf ol Itrael Bonds while major coogregationi iponaored dinners for Israi I Bonds, nearly every other i a;ion in Greater Miami put its -up port behind the Israel Bond affort by conducting ip. ptals for Israel Bonds during the High Holidays On this page are presented -.1 ected scenes highlighting the major congregational dinners of tin year For a lifetime of distinguished service in the cause of Israel'' was the preamble to the citation which Ambassador Shabtai Rosenne proncunced when conferring upon A. I. Molc.sky the State of Israel Freedom Meaall.on. the scene was the traditional Temple Emanu-El Israel Dinner of State en Oct. 31 under the dedicated leadership of Dr. Irvina Lehiman. Temple Emanu-El's Israel Bond dinner of 1965 set a new record for bond sales of any temple dinner in the history of the Isiael bond Organization here. A. J. Molasky became a Golden Trustee of Israel on this occasion. The Beth Sholom Israel Dinner of State highlights the fact that Beth Sholom initiated the idea of temple dinners as a key factor in the commune! Israel Bend endeavor. The 1965 Beth Sholom dinner featui*d Commanding Gen. of Israel's Air l>rce. Ez*r Wetixmai who presented Mr ind Mrs Seymour Silv mail withaHfn'-l ition of the peo: of Israel lor their efforts in Israel's behaii .• The Lord Balfour Israel Award, the first such Temple president, and oast city wide Israel distinction to be bestowed in the United States. Bond chairman. Above. Rabbi Mayer Abramwas conferred upen Mr. and Mrs. Leonard owitz. spiritual leader ^f the Temple, looks Rcsen at the Temple Menorah-Israel Dinner on as Lord Balfour congratulates the Rosens of State chaired by Robert Siegel. Rosen is on this occasion. Jan Peerce: Cantor, Leading Tenor Continued from Pago 2 C I. a grim a." from Donizetti's T.'Klisir d'Amore In glowing terms, the maestro praised Jan Peerce's bel canto technique, his musician's sense of phrasing, his perfect Italian. The singer was immediately engaged for Toscanini's presentation of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony at Carnegie HaH, and a long and close association began between the two On fourteen occasions, the last being Toscanini s final operatic NBC broadcast of Verdi's Masked Ball," Toscanini called on his "favorite tenor" for solo appearances with the NBC Symphony The Maestro featured him in a mammoth Red Cross WH benefit in Madison Square Garden and in the CW1 film. "Hymn of Nation* In a remarkable debut with the Metropolitan Opera %  November, 1941. he was hailed as the first all-American contribution to the great tradition of operatic voices. In 1949, Mr Peerce became the first singer in the seventy three year history of the New York College of Musk to be aeCorded an honorary Doetorate of Music, a distinction which he shares with such great Inatru mentalists as the late Fritz Kreisler and Jascha lleifetz Beth Torah's second Israel Dinner of State held on Oct under the chairmanship of Samuel F'ox was the scene Fioxnuie | I the State of Israel cor do:.on award to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stein. Above, Dr M A. Lipsch.tz. rabbi ol Temple Beth Torah. share* the ; I the Temple in the award and -n the success of the ] which ne.ted SI55.000 in Israel Bend sales. Temple Ner Tarn id *§ Maurice Zaretzky Given Top Award The Temple Ner Tain id Israel Bond dinner has the past two yean created a landmark The 1965 dinner, held last Saturday night at the Kontainebleau Hotel, saw Maurice Zaretzky. longtime leader for Israel in his native Chicago, and here in Miami re cue the State of Israel Award of Honor "for his exemplary service, meriting the gratitude of his Temple, his community, and his people." Under the presidency of Murray Shaw, who this year also serves ,-,s Chairman, the dinner was anticipated with keen antici pation and reflected the tradition of leadership engendered i.v Rafa bi Eugene Laibovirt, of N, r li m 1 auutrcf ZAtrmr IOU; %  "" n uruimiiem rtimonspr in is



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Friday. December 10. 1965 + k*ltfnvrkik*r Page 5-E Pioneers Will Mark Chanuka \ i adi j dedicated lo th< Ma ram %  owc.ded tc S'eve S.mo ani Art Biurs bv Mr--. Si fctU FiaNll ? &f N€ t5+th St.. end Mrs. Jeanette Fin*. 915 NE St. who repiesent thp Combined Women's Units, ,-.-. Cerebral Palsy cf Miami. The awaids were made to no. r-alenng manager of Miami Sprinq* Villas, and Bruns. LO -ownr, "tor their renerous aid end contributions to i Orebial Palsy throughout the year." Hadassah Group Membership Tea \\ i\ :i h ler "i Pioni ei Worn One Shabbal in i hanua iatur p in in tl ol Mr* S> I. %  i I ane, K %  I't Bcba Idol oi C'haptei < hanuka part) i>n Sundaj evening, Dec 19 till be held B( the David Pinski School. 842 Washington ive Mrs Michl Gib on, president, an nounced thai Mrs Rae Weiaberg is sponsor of the affair, with prs; ceeds earmarked for child Rescue Fund for Israel lioshe Levin, chairman, Chaim Veizmann Branch of Karband. will liehl the Chanuka candles Joe Moonej "i the Miami Bi at h R Imenl % %  • ill prew nl KJ having a •h< i o latki part) on Sat KM-I n blc in .• specii 1 i Dec 18 at tin h concert icted b> Dr Samuel • am < lia • < IH; 1 S it| th, • '" 1 chesti.. ,, r.n I Mi t • il Jacob I rk dn an will aiv< a po ei i. group pres v (by noon. thEleanor i • i. ,.np of llmlassah will i;i\( i nembership tea fur mem ,i:i! guests dent, Mrs Freda Marder, • r.l hoi I a randlelighting M rvice, elebratini Chanuka Guest speakr will be Mrs Irwm Lisa At air will be held at the Mar '.n Gardens I>H> NE uth Ave F oscel/ Mantes Heller i ongressman Dante B, Faacell announced Wedneadaj the n ap nointment f Miami Beach public nl.itions executive. Peter F. Heller, to the Citizens Rating Board, rh ,-h meets periodically to study qualifications of applicants to West nt, A n r.i pi.I is. and Air Force and Merchant Marines Academies. cftdoit I f Lx*k J TMI HOW *HM 1M H01O 'LA* ttpread Florida — Mm* trlth tmeemiUmt narel trMfM I0.5)> full bushel, delivered 6.5)5 half bushel dehvpred A gift packed with all the sunny flavor cf Florida! Sweet, seed'ess premium navel ( tree ripened and so full of |uicy goodness! A welcome way to spread Flor.da sunshine to friends and relatives in the North JM CITRUS first floor miami and fort ljude'dale Sorry, no COD'S 1501 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PARK Fl SHOP JM i MO shop every nioht 'til 9:3$ dtdait IlUtfuk. TMl STOW \II1H IMF. FIOWPA fLAlK ~ a burton's aiil-boxrd vhanukah chocolato* 2.29 Ihe Menorah, 1 5 Barton's famous i ntal chocolates. The candies in the center of the box are colorfully 'o-ied and packed to resemble a Chanukah Menorah Bartonettes, one pound of parve miniature chocolates, beautifully gift-wrapped with a mosiac Menorah design on •ne LK>X A favorite selection. And don't forget the children give them Barton s • ih Gelt, gold-wrapped Mate coins ^* ANDY first fl< OD s 31 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PARK FREE!



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Page 12-B + 3fy*l*tnrrMtr Friday. December 10. 1965 Jeffrey Gretn Jay Greisman Mark ftcvrts J$ar JMitzsalx Jeffrey Green Jeffrey Steven, -on of Mr and Mrs Emery L. Green. 1820 SW 84th Ave will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Dec 11. at Temple Or Olom. A Kiddush will follow the ceremony The celebrant started in the first ^rade at the Hebrew Academy and ii now in tin eighth made there. Outside activities include football and bowling, and his hobby is coincollecting. Mr and Mrs Green, who own and operate Continental Kosher Caterers, will host a reccp"n and dinner in honor of the Bar Mitzvah Sunday evening at Temple Or Olom. Jeffrey is the grandson of Ben WaJdman. Mark Revirz On Saturday morning. Dec. 11, Mark Jeffrey, son of Mr and Mrs. it/ SJ530 W Broadview Dr., Maurice Revitx. 9530 W l$road\ iew I>r Bay Harbor Island, will be Bar Mark attends Abbott School and Temple Ner T a m i d Religious School He is a devotee of water Shorts, with emphasis on boating nd swimming A reception •'"•' l dinner dance i. be held :n honor of the celei v,irdaj evening at the :' %  || Ronald Book •': T rah Congn gation will be Mitzvah oh.,:., ..| | .-i I'.. i l| Dec ll Ronald at N irth Mi ere his inter ests nd and memand i en P • I Mrs : ; look will theii lion on Sal mght home at Rd • Steve Hoffman Steve Hoffman will observe lus 3 %  morning, .:• !'• mplc Zion, Mr. and MrLeo Hoffof South Miami, the cele Blintzes? Me Ami Dinner Hears Former Gov. Leader v.. i Miami Jewish l< ad< ra must your pi %  %  d former i;\ of Pi lia d %  nd• %  .( Mi 4mi Devi lopmenf Dinm i at the FontaineMeau Hotel • Sut day I Leadei eferi ed to a comn nt made by Miami to raise %  n for the constrw don of %  r settle menl • rt Israi the sister i ity f M This i 1962 when 40 Ii irne) ed to Is%  dedit ated thi d on which Me Ami inow being built. "Over S3.5 million has been raised," reported Gov. Leader. "We most raise one more million to complete the job." Other speakers included Peter I .aw ford, screen star; Dr Irving l.ehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu F.I; R alibi Mayer Abramowitz. of Temple Menorab; William Bornstein, pres! lent of the Jewish National Fu: I Council; and Leon J. Ell. former president of the Jewish National Fund here. This was the largest dinner the Jewish National Fund has held to date in Greater Miami. Nothing goes with a good meal like Tetley Tea! Because Tetley is bright and bracing as tn finest, tastiest tea should be—a favo rite in Jewish homes since 1837. BAGS AND INSTANT Walter Pidgeon Co-Stars Take Lead Roles At Temple Beth Sholom Anniversary t\. i IBM nted stars ol n v it Playhouse ol Miami nent foi ih • 2 Ird n ni • rsarj ol Temple Beth S oi iv HI at the Americana Hotel, Chairman .lameIf Albert announced Wednesday. Beth Brickell ami l \oi\w.\ who plaj the top supportin | roll to Walti i Pidgeon In brant is a student at Glades Jun' or High School. The Bar Mitzvah will be honired at a reception in the Hoffman ome. • • Eric Neilinger Early morning services at Beth 1 i'orah Congregation on Saturday. .cc. 11. will include the Bar Mitzah of Eric Neilinger Son of Mr. and Mrs Herbert \. ;!mer. 745 NE 178th Ter the elebranf is In the enghth grade at John K Kenned) Junior High. • • • Jay Grossman Jaj Eric, son Of Mr and Mrs .eonard Grossman. 12479 Keytone l't will become Bar Mitzvah during morning religious ser Vices on Saturday. Dec. 11. at Tern pit Israel. Michael Greenfield Michael, son of Mr and Mrs Irvng Greenfield, of I-ong Island. N V will be called to the Torah on Saturday morning. Dec. 11. at Temple Zion. 8000 Miller Rd Michael is a seventh grade stu dent at Baldwin Junioh High < boot, Long Island AHHUK AlOffHf Calvert Names Murphy President Appointment of Arthur F Mur phy as president of Calvert Distillers Company has been announced by Fdgar M Bronfman, president ol the parent company, Joseph F. Seagram 4 Sons. Inc Murphy was executive vice president of Calvert be/ore his promo tion to the newly-created post Calverl brandinclude Calvert Extra. Canadian Ird Calvert, Calvert (Jin. and Calvert CockMurphy has been in the liquor industry since 1946, when He joined Seagram Distillers Company as a sales representative in Connecticut. He held a succession of increasingly respon•ible sales posts, becoming national sales manager for Seagram Seven Crown in 1960. lie | lined I ah ert at ice | i dent and g I PS manager in %  and w as pi omoted to e> live i ii e presidi nl in l!'*>-i Calvert t (Ur ila inti i lui e i under InI have al read) won %  major share of the udusti • c detail market [in ng World \\ai ll. he served aboard an aircraft carrier In the Pacific from 1942 to 1945 Take Hi I Sh Mil • %  <''" %  D,, JI at the Roosevelt • ill at the Beth Shoiom ci l< '„..,.,. a I that I here vull be no formal speaking program or fund rai-mp at the din ner. said that the redcdicatmn theme of Chanuka will l>c spot lighted at the gala, die— opn lunction. Cantor David Conviser and a choir quartet will present a speI cial medley of Chanuka songs, and the tO-pieee orchestra of Crusty Drybread has been engaged for the evening. Rabbi Jacob weinatein, ol I hi cago, national president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, will laonch the 23rd anm versary celebrajion Dec 17 with • %  special Chanuka sermon Rabbi Weinatein, a national leader foi Israel Bonds and other causes, also will lie a spedal guest at the din ner Arrangements Chairman .lames M Knopke said that -ome 40 host easea will join Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor Conviser in a ma— Chanuka menorah lighting cere mon) at the start ol the dinner With more than tfOO families. Temple Beth Sholom ione of the largest congregationin the n.i tion and is celebrating the comple tion of its nt-w physical plant, val ued at more than $1,250,000 Aliyah Official's Visit Cancelled The visit to Miami .->uratay by I Aharon Margahth of the Aliyah Center of the Jewish Agency American Section at Atlanta. Ga., was cancelled this week due to the illness of Mr Margahth The Jewish Agency official was due in Miami to discusplans with persons interested in going to Israel to live and work Spokesmen for Margalith revealed that a new date for bis arrival here will be announced shortly AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING BRAND OF IMPORTED SWISS GRUYERE SLICES AND WEDGES. TASTE WHY! SWISS KNIGHT pots the tangy big-wnwl flavor ol Switzerland"* finest Grv> ere Cheese in handy foil wrapped Jlicas and wedres Wonderful for funca. snacks, or entertaining guests. Pick op SWISS KNIGHT* at your store today! %  eta Bricked Dai-floi Worwicfc Luxner to Head Toastmaster Club Morton B luxner -'net -ales represt ntative lor tl I nsvi ran! Match Corporation wai m-iaiied a. pre-idcnt of the Virth Miami h Toa-tmasters I lub on Saturday Installation of Officers waat a dinner meeting at B A Dickey's new Club HOUM ResUUTMH Win Chealej Uetenant governor of foastmasters' Southern DIM-IOT -cr\e


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Page 2-A lfi*Hhrl1ltr Friday. December 10. \^A BE BE %  LE I Cf I Nl SI w %  SI L K S' B B R TO BE PRESENTED HERE JAN. 16 BY ADL Abess Human Relations Award Will Go To Orlando TV Exec and Dade Schools l>aJe County Public School Sysu n and Joseph l. BraolUMr, prc*ident of Television Station WFTV of Orlando. Fla.. will be jointly honored with the 1866 Leonard L AbtNi Human Relations Award, it a> announced Wednesday by Judge William L. I'ailot. chairman nl the Florida Regional Board of the Anti Defamation League of B'nai Brith. The award is given annually to recognize the efforts made by an u.divuJual. organization. inMitution or medium of communication for furthering the goal of better human relations and contributing substantially to the well-being of citizens of the State of Florida." The preenttions art tctwdulsd to b mad* at a luncheon at the Dupont Plaza Hotel on Jan. 16, with BrecSnr receiving the award in person and the Dade County Public School System being represented by Superintendent Joe Hail and various members of the Dade County School Board. The award luncheon will highlight the annual meeting of th Florida Regional Board of the AntiDefamation League. HUTy Botwick, chairman of the ;.\\ards committee, declared that • m naming the Dade County rubinSchool System, we recognize Ihe siunficant manner in which it has served the interests of a vast body of people ui implementing the true meaning of a public school system in a democratic society. The Dade County schools have been in Ihe forefront in carrying out the mandates of Ihe Congrea and the courts in fulfilling the American dream of according an equal education to all students. it has contributed immeasurably to the well-being of the nation by performing its functions with a proper concern for the riuhts and needs of all of our people." In citing Brechner. Ihe commit tie indicated that "we seek to rec ognize the multitude of ways in which your voice has been heard as a spokesman for decency and honor among men. You have remained steadfast to the democratic credo of equality and justice for all. opposing extremists of both the right and the left, who have •ought to undermine our American heritage The Abess Award carries with it a SI.000 research grant in the field of human relations contributed by Miami |>hilanlhropist l.i-on.inl I. AIM-SS in honor of the .tu.ml winners Apply \OW for Winter Term Miami-Dade Junior College WRITE CALL VISIT ADMISSIONS OFFICE SCOTT HAIL NORTH CAMPUS Open 8 a in K p m Man.Thurs 8 a m.-4 p.m. Fri. until Dec 23 when office doses at 4:30 p.m. Closed for holidays Dec 2+27 Open 8 am 4:30 p in Dec. 28 31. FULL-TIME FEE $75 PART-TIME $8 per credit hour Apply Now in Order To Complete Pre-Registration Requirement! Winter Term Registration Classes Begin, All Centers January 3-5 January 7 NORTH CAMPUS, 11380 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami phone: 685-4441 PALMETTO CENTER, 11801 S.W. 74th Ave., Miami phone: 238-4774 BEACH CENTER, 1410 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach phone: 532-4584 Revolutionary 3-layer tablet for relief of SINUS CONGESTION POLLEN ALLERGIES COLDS' MISERIES Helps Drain All 8 Sinuses (critical areas of colds' infection and pollen irritation) Announcement has been made of kn ( \iiu. ivi nev tablet deveiopuieut called Dristan 1 In (ant Tablets. Dristan •ream nnd bi ings relief in m i nut congestion, pollen all. %  mi. nn.1 i old mi I I • %  is: (1) Th< tant SB i by mil 11 I ('111 all 8i ial breathing. <-> A scientific enti-allergent to block allergic reactions, often assSM.E FRIEDBERG f Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Pkene if 1 3595 •45 MICHIGAN AVI.. ftUAMI BEACH DAY WORKERS S %  FARE 4 liOH TYPE WEEKLY MAIDS 4 RESTAURANT 4 HOTEL HELP 4 4 4 4 ACE iMri.o. >II;VI Service Fii J>-:M#7 L } RAT PROOFING A Specialty If6UIAt PfSr C0NTI01 FOR THf NOMf AHD BUSINESS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS Tel. FR 7-1411 600 N.W. 7th AVE. oepa I a so L com: Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to alL \mrBifWA M0 1-7693 WE CAN PLAN INSURANC TO SUIT YOU! A 32 YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL INSURANCE PLANNING FOR HUNDREDS OF SATISFIED CLIENTS. & company 998 S.W. 1st St. • Mlcmi Phone 379-7555 funeral idigniBed and fill irell;iteomf the family. Rivtrcide directors give Lheirperst o il to i U... making aiTangemcjits... easing hurdi Here, in Florida's most beautiful chapels-all with am a isedfBodi rn I i—thorough]) ezparii need : woman of integrity, reliability and understanding ensure a liner personal service at a cost no greater than u %  errice.lIpreoverJliversidcChapela..xonvenienUy local' 1 in Coral Gahles. Miami Reach and North Dade Cuuut>... serve all fifty states'. That is whj so many families ask Riverside to take chargs ln times oX stress. riverside memorial chapel, inc FUNERAL DIRECTORS Miami Beach: 1230 Normandy Drive • li'th and Alton Rosi JE 1-1151 l lai li'^d t S.W. 17th Strrrt. HU-l.bnd 3-2221 -. .North Miami Roach: 16660 N.E. 19lh Avenue • WI 7-8G91



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Kiidcry. December 10. 1965 aVte-lc* n.ri*9-*r Page 7-B Talking ovr the success of a recent youth dialogue sponsore-fny Temple Beth SrTolom Brotherhood at the Miami Beach congregation cue (left to naht) Ruth Levine, board member ol BESHTY: Cantor David Conviser, youth advisor. Steve Krams; Israeli exchange student. Shlomit Pevsner, and BESHTY vice ireeident. Maisha Sterner. Members of BESHTY, the Beth Shoiom youth group, and Miss Pevsner exchanged views on % the responsibilities of Jews growing up in America and Israel. Special Film Slated Monday K.tbbi beryl Arunovit* has been named chairman for a special \ ..wing of the film. laH M> I'eopaB Go." to be .shown at thj four Freedoms House, ;<8U0 ( oUin Ave on Monday. The film showing is beinu ipon• d hy the t'oininned Jewish K] peal committee at the Four Cottage Cheese Variations for You RAISIN-CHEESE PUFFS 'J egUs. separated cup Mater 2 ia'.ie!|M><>ns suuar 1 teaspoon salt J .up >lolk. water sugar and sell until — i m l t wa l Mir in cottaite cheese and then Dour unul throuKhly Wended. Mix in raisins. Beat -KK white* until stiff |>eaks form; ft id Into cottage cheese mixture Heat about i.. '4 Inch depth •>! l-lant*.!Oil in large beavj skillet for e.n h |Hlff. dn>p about '• cup eeae alxture into hot oil. Fry on each !ide until golden brown i nters oil to pan %  • needed to k.;. proper depth for frying Drain %  ' People Go" is a documental-} on the estabJishmenl of Israel and was originally seen on national television through the )torox i orporation f outh Gather At Beth Shoiom For Dialogue i hi ol a S of the Ti leth Sho • hood '.'..a di %  |o between Shlomit Pevsner, of Ha • %  :" • stuoenl trorn la ,„ %  i ambi : o Besbt. the Miami Beach syna The panel scheduled for in featured students in i he Hi h School of Jewish Ludu *n in ndyinf Jewish Problems 11> :• Included Robin H irmai ol the !'•• shtj Religlo is I ommittee; Alan Sha| iro, chairman of the Publicity ommittee; Ken Shapiro. vice president; and Barbara Lev) ..ml Liz. Rosenberg, ol the general memhtT-hip High school instructor Yehuda Segal and Steve Krams, Temple Beth Shoiom >outh advisor, arranged the dialogue in conjunction with .lack Shapiro, Brother hood president. A m o n g the topics discua aed, as outlined b) Rabbi I .eon Kronlsh, athe problem of the relationship between young people growing up in Israel and American Jewish youth coming of age In the United states SHOPPING AROUND WITH (2uMjJa*C*frd Miol* Mjrqanne Preparing and planning lor i uka will be an easier task for no isew :• %  > if they start off their ; lists with Mai la Corn Margarine one of the man> it) products (nun Best Foods When we Hunk ol Chaouka % %  think ol the traditional Items en nected with thia jojreea holiday, what could lie more traditional than fresh baked sporige cake or jion.-y cake' H you do your baking with MaioU Maruanne. you'll dub cover that not onlv are you a Utter COOk than >ou thought, but you're saving money. Mazola Margarine is unique among margarines Its 100 per r.nt dairy-free, made with liquid Mazola torn tni and mm Mazola Margarina has a special no-born formula. It fries clean and just browns foods deUcioualy. Maaola tastes meat at the table, too. Henrietta Szold To Be Honored i-.d.iie Cantor Group of Hadassah luncheon honoring Henrietta S/old will be held at the Kontainebleau I Intel on Thursday Dec 16 Musical program wHI be offered l)\ Mis Kind Morton, soprano, formerly of Vienna Stadt Theatre Yuban Alino.st every Jewish housewife knows the words to the prayei said during the lighting of the tianuka candles. Hearing them pronounced year after year is truly one of the traditional pleasures. Now some modem words have the power to conjure up feebngs ol trailition.il pleasures 1 he words are -deep. dark, and delicious nd thi pleasure is Yuban Coffi i ii Id's r chesl coffee TI V ke> to Y I I w hi : ition 11 ran ag< d i in the Yuban blend Natu rally, you pay a little roori premium i but the n arda ire worth the slight differenci \ | ... ,f/ ( can be ei I in the new "no-key" canor as Instant Yuban in .. variets ol jar jites ai 'i thi Hne product* are certified Kosher and Parve Serve your famil) an I guests th* oni coffee ihat makes any meal a -imch.i meal YObei Rabbi Kronish In Book Review %  T he Ambassador." hy Morris u r -t current est seller, was re viewed by Kabbi Leon Kronish on Wednesday evening In the Temple Beth Shoiom V.Hiitorium. First ol a scn.v the review is part ol the Beth Shoiom cultural program speaa wad by the Sister hood through ''FoetauaJ ol the \i:> ra-eheired by Mrs. Meyer Eggnahl and Mra Stanley I.e.in son MrSeymour SuVerman is Siterhood piwaidenl Mrs Josi ph FardO is wayand meanvice president Othet reviews are scheduled for Jan 12 Fob 9 and Api 13. f save Name Hoberman To Committee Surfside Councilman luis HobMiun aaccepted an appoint %  • the committee on Town Ufiaatien for r.**> of the Florida l.ea^u* .


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p< 1 r cge 4-B • Ir4#*f>,r*-#r"^ Friday. December 10 r MRS. SiMONHOFF TO BE HONORED Dr. Bernard Cherrick, Hebrew University Vice President, Due at Luncheon Here Mrs. Irving I.ehrman will be chairman of the Dec. 16 Woman of the Year luncheon of the Greater M.otni Women's Division. American Friends of the Hebrew University, according to Mrs. Philip F. Thau, president. Mrs. Lehrman. wife of the spi ritual leader of Temple Emanu-El. has held the position of president ol the Conference of Jewish Worn en s Organizations of Dade and Broward Counties, campaign chairman for the Women s Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal, •ind president of the Women's Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed eration. She was recently honoree of a special luncheon arranged by 18 Women to Hear Yanich Report According to Mrs. Irving Quar tin. program chairman of the Coral Gables Miami Chapter. American Jewish Congress, special feature i the Thursday. Dec. \6. 12:30 pm. meeting of the chapter at rh Lane Cafeteria, Coral Way 22nd Ave w ill be Joseph I ich AJC regional director who n port on his n i enl I i ir ti HI show sltdU development which has taken iduring ins eight > i ee In adition. he will comment newl} ie\ eloping Jew ish ties In Barcelona Madrid, and Gsbralter Veu members will be welcon by member hip \ ice pi 1 9 Winer \ rej n on chapter fund rail Ivan i>> Mrs Eleanor Ro stein f uii(l raising chairman • ol resen ations is Mrs -. % %  •• %  Mem. Training Course Set for Tuesday leadership I by the Fed i of i "v on en ; %  i ueada; il Temple 1st ael ami esentati w mien's mi in Dade Count) ai e ted io attend Mrs Irvinj Wes chairwi h will start at 9 30 a m lasl until 2 p in Featured %  •• akei tnd tl sen al the l< adership I. i boon will be Molly Turner "How to I i i Your Au \\i intraub itWomen Mrs St Pa • %  dure in Sirkii I'h' I t h >r Book Month At Beth David Jem lata Bo -k Month %  ioh .i bj Beth David WisUaliotul il!, No\ IT with an extensive dis I la) of hard cover and paper back ks. A cantata baaed on "The u of Sholom Aieichem." by Maurice Samuel irai preaentod, with Cantor William u Lipaon, musical di •I ami Mrs A Arthur I'ekelner. accomi aniM ( ast members included Mea dames li' racfa Barman, Kduai-d < i. tier. BIHot Gordon, David Isieti berg, Issie Ram Harvey Friedman Morton FeUn and Howard Lenhi Mi Schwa rtsm an the da) of the leading organization-, of '.reater Miami. The Woman of the Year lunchon will feature as key speaker Dr. ternard Cherrick. rice president if the Hebrew University, who will e in Miami Beach just for this me event in order to present the :onoree. Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. riih a special aw and expressing he gratitude of the Hebrew University 'for her outstanding eforts on behalf of the university md as a leader in civic, cultural and philanthropic endeavors in many areas." The luncheon will Include a monologue. "Fiddler on the Roof." presented by Cantor Jacob G. Cornstein. of Temple Israel The Woman of the Year luncheon is the annual climax of women's ac tivities for the Friends of Hebrew University and will be attended by more than 500 members, representativea of local women's organizations. Women of the Society ol the Book, and Friends of the Hebrew I'niversit) MUtS. tfNAMAN M. CMHICK aus. simo**o*f Sunshine Chapter Chamber Party A Chanuka supper party for Sunshine Chapter. B'nai B nth Women, is planned for Sunday. Dec 19. it i"i" To be held at Surfside Community Center, the affair is being chaired by Mrs Jack Dresner. Serving On the committee are Mrs. Samuel Rabson, ticket chairman, Mrs. Frank Burg, pn MrMilton Weinberg Mrs Jack Goldberg, Mrs Many Ross Mrs. Morris Wilson Mrs William Drucker Mrs Beatrice Witner, Coral Gables Nursing Home Is Accredited Coral Cables Con vale Home. 706O SW 8th St 'listed as one of 12 such in the State of Florida • taming high standards Coral Gables Convalesceot Home this week won the of an American Hospital Aasoeia. tion committee on eSEteaded car? facilities The local home's citation ^ part of an accreditation program rle'-igned after that for heepitsh % %  Henry ^*" r ***' •' oint Commission \, : rrditafion ef hospitals mads a-., : ol representative* of (he v can College of Physicians \ ian College of Surgeon \ Hoepttal Association. an,l \merican Medical Aaaocial I'articipatinn in the pro voluntary, with mi-. horn. 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Friday, December 10. 1965 u~ur n,,f*f r Page 5-C jT)onA With j/swe/ JL,Mncltcon <-^ s hapti i ol brated IMMI'I I7lh year of statehood with ;i dramatu "Bond-with-lsrael" luncheon attended M*.|M.'ari> 1 i>wi women In the annals of modern Israel. Hadas-ah hat. earned a i nique place In this role, the Miami Beach Chapter hareceived national ac claim for Its pace-setting effort on befaail of Israel Bonds thiough its annual "Bond-with-lsrael" luncheon. This year's event earned for Hadassah a apecial citation for exemplar} service Labor ZtemstenMove inte-Vanguard From the earliest days <>f the Ziuaist dream, a lower of strength in turning this dream into a reality was the I^bur 7.iofi't movement In every phase of work f> Israel, the l„(;nU of the l..il>or Zionist ii-.ov* ment have been in the fore front. F.uiher this ..ear, the Labor ZM'-UI group ol Greater Miami demonstrated itdevotion to Is iael'> development through the Israel Bond pru^iam at a dinner hencrinx Mr and Mrs Abram Hundreds of Labor Zionist members and friends of Mr and MrFox shared in the success of the function, including Dr Simon Wilensky, dinner chairman. Dr. Isaac I'nterman. hon orar> chairman; Manuel Burst, m Mayshie Fncdberg. Mrs Milton Green, the late Irving Sachs and Joseph Zuckerman. who served as vice-chairman. Serving as dinner coordinators uere for the Farband. Ben<; r on Branch. Manuel Rurstein. Itialik Rranch. Morris Honigbaum: Chaim Weizmann Branch. Inm, Cuban Branch, Samuel (ialfond. Lebidecker Branch, Joseph P Zuckerman; I'oale Zion Branch. Dr. Simon Wilensky. For the Pioneer Women: Mrs Milton Green, president, Greater Miami Council. Bebi IdeltOfl Chapter, Mrs Isaac Offenhenden; Cluh No 1 MrJoseph Krantz. Club No 2 Mrs Ida Liftman. • i 1 Gables Chapter, MrLouis Sachs. Filat Chapter. Mr5a muel Kovalsky; Golds Meir Chap ter, MrMiriam Haloerin; Ka dima Chapter. Mrs Fred Sand i"i and I B i .ih i hapter, m \.it Wagner Marking Israel's seventeenth year of statehood at the Hadassah "Bond-with-Israel luncheon" is Mrs. Milton Sukm. lighting the seventeenth candle of a symbolic Menorah. &y Mrs living Lehrman. recipient cl the Women of Valor Award at ti'. Hadassah 'Bond wi'h-Israe' luncheon, displays the Chen charms which are .• ed -;.-• juisite to th>' W man ol Vaici Award. From left, admiring the award, are Mr-. I'red Jonas, chairman Hodasfh Israel !••--•' %  n Mrs. Mi'ton Sirkin. Mrs. Jack Katzman. Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Mrs. Alexander Muss, Mrs. Nat Barth. president. Miami Beach Chapter Hadassah, and Mis. lack Popick. Identity with Israel ol the Labor Zionist-Pioneer Women's movement is expressed in the award presented to Mr. and Mrs. Abe Fox on the occasion of the first Labor Zionist Pioneer Women s Israel Bond dinner of Greater Miami. The award was made by DT. Joseph J. Schwartz, worldwide head of the Israel Bond Organization, at the gala banquet in Feb'uary. within a week of the Israel Bond national conference dinner The LZO dinner was undei the chairmanship of Dr. Simon Wilensky. When the residents of Morton Towers decided to sponsoi a dinner on behali of Israel Bonds last April, they started something which set a pattern for other high-rise apartments throughout the community. Under the chairmanship of Judge Mevei L. Cherkas (righl the event took the form of c PunmIsrael Ball. In recognition of his leadership, Judge Cherkas received the personal congratulations cf Col. Chaim Domi, deputy chief of oidinance of Israel's Armed Foices, guest speakei at the occasion.



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eater Miami Chanuka Festival Set ferae! Honris Sponsor Gala Event at Beach Vuditoritim Dec. 18 "dfenrisli Floridiaxi la, Fr d iv Decemb r 10 1965 Section C f0# MAJID JTOtr fAOt 2 C H ing, Dee. is. will uwte in the h*pp> ••• Israel and \li i tinoccgaaon "f I Festival for Is rtOO OI Atiami to the auspices of the Organisation here the entertainment I ita c will join mg -i gala of drama, pa,..-' ind color reflecting •uiracle of Chanuka aid ta< mireOM of modern Ista. I brine l It with courage and sac cftci the tradition of the A mg atari who will offer ial this celebration Peeree, one I.I the valid leading tenors and itar Metropolitan Opera; • Jrsoej veteran of the nment world who hai de much of hitune to the • Israel: Walter Pidg i n (ai screen and Mage the U l rat s> mphonette, the Cantoi irus, the Hora Festival -. and a host of others i ham ka Festival ill a so • f II. %  scene of the premiere per formance of jhSaga of Israel. uarrated l> Ken Gaston, TO mark the ii-i M ami hanuka Festival i r Israel under the auspices of the bond organisation here, the itie. st.on Riu .e.iiure the mass mg ol the American and 1st i i th the assistance ol the Miami Scottish Bagpipe Band, some ol whose members served in Israel as part of the Klack Wat.h. and the Greater Miami Karenim String Band of lot), celebrated throughout the nation. At the Chanuka Festival, reit. on anil be given to the synagogues and temples her.by Great i Miami on behalf of Is rail bonds Replicas of ancient oil lamps of Israel will !* %  presented t" the rabbis of the CM pregations whose leadership in the Israel Bond effort h i< i helped make the celebration possible Admission to the ('hanuka Pes tival a II be o the bs ds ol 1st %  I Hi nd purchase* a II i impli mentarj tickets issued to -H IMS purchase i s Nlvaiiing of Bonds to Israel i : th* road l ..• %  and you will §e< ores I • %  %  tell you I Is I For the %  h %  It is Israel Bond fi %  II achie •• •>> mui Ii ol the > igi .• s ii is these : und • the Inference in Israel's trowing ipil Imer.l lei B i ds an o intert ted to th" ad ai i en enl ol h Jewi>h stati i • .t• >oi the • upbuil tsn at .. n thi lox> won -ii deal ly II baltlof.eid II to a real image o nail >nal devel /^/^_ffj^ A CHANJXA BOND WITH THE STATE OF ISRAEL BR'EF SURVEY OF MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS DURING THE CAMPAIGN [Israel Bond Drive Sees 'Greatest Year in Sight' KM Israel Bond driva using phase, U> be Chanuka I • tivs I l>> the \mbas Det 28 the i •Inn it%  : %  ach a il had garn r* d I n i ... rears — • • leading larael i nrl.I I'II .. I K r 5 i ,i. I Ii. nd situation, declared that "ei : • %  II t II hi in -.••• p its! spot !:. \> 11 n Raabi Kron ish i pn I %  s nan igue an I lem| le sm i B nd dinn -r has tli yea I ill Pi ior re nilti H< noted thai %  ••ii app in I temples dur gregation dinners 1 %  hll ol Israe. Bonds wci %  %  Beth i i ah, under t.H|i :, lership ol Rabbi Max A i ,, M : .• : : le Bi th Sholom ind Mrs Sej • i H-.II were honored; i F.| dinner under lidanci f Di Irving Lehr \ .' Molask) be if Is •.: I Mi ... ah noring UM President Cil<' M ay er A and I i led bj m Labovit: etsk) i %  ol 1965 o bring I thesi .< the dinni r %  ol thi in conjunc i with tin' Farband and P U tinevent, vel ,.., dei Mi and Mra rvice to Is i i Ch a n u k a 1 Be ch Vuditorium wil .. i • %  i • u hit h more I • o the p ople ol \ I i. i on | acti thi u hel I mi• i I-. ael and if," Govi of Florida, and which th u i, be held on Sundi Dec L'fi. in the Grand Ballroom



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Friday. December 10. 1965 -Jenlst fkrkftor Paqe 7< On the Occasion of Israel's 17th Year of Statehood Bond the Charl. host to I Giueiumi, who is a neighbor of their son I :. Thi= %  cl* oi Golil"i: T: A toast to the President of the State of Israel of Israel, has beer. rfered by Isadore Hecht in personal tribBeth Sholom and of Isrc:ei Bi ute to the young state. Hecht, Silver Trustee ea( h came into bring and Eva Fuchs Trustees of IsTe::iple Menrah. 1 Bond onor of Lord ent foi the oc:fered a too I the Qut • .Hour his uncle. e State of el. >3&5 In a tradition of service to the community and Israel. Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ruskin shared with Sen. Ernest Greunmg. oi Alaska, their pnde in Israels accomplishment on the occasion of the Sen ator's visit here last year. Jack Carrier, T: Israel's 1 • n 1st erve in Israel's behalf. ind Mis, Sidney Ans.n accompany Sen. anc Mis. Claude Peppei a they make their appeal at the celebration of Israel's seventeenth year o! statehood. Ansin now serves as statewide chaiima;for Israel Bonds.



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Page 12-C > t..uins i HH *r Fridav. December 10 196S Merwitzer Gets National Honor Louts Merwitzer, oi Miami lew h, has I e i ed the ienl of the 1965 Siegi He I Bendhelm Memorial %ward of Torah Umeaorah, the national society for Hebrew Daj Schools, according to an announcement by Samuel C. Feuerstein, of I'.iookliiu' Vass national president oi the organization The award, given each year "to an outstanding personality who has shown selfless devotion to the religious and educational development of the American Jewish community.'' was presented at the annual dinner of Torah I'mesorah recently at the Motel Piem in New York City In the citation awarded Merwit/er. he is described as "a visionary, an initiator of new horizons and a determined road breaker' Merwitzer has been president of the Hebrew Academy in Miami Beach for four consecutive terms having served previous!} as vice president for seven State Dep't. Has No Objection C To Dam to Divert Jordan River ii, n to a Jordanian dam thai is part of the Arab scheme to divert WASHINGTON TA -• • r> pertmenl spokesman said this week that the I nited ,-,„. ,,i p u n for the States Government has ,.,. uol w. d ou) by the late Kir. '.Iinstoo following a headwater of the Jordan lintel N.r.i-ns technical .-*irvey River. .-ontained n-n>mmeniationa' for State Department spokesman %  quitable allov-tlon of water 3n< Hubert McCloskey said diversion 'he riparian states and for eliectl** plans announced by the Jordanian n crna t,„ n al supervisions. We be Government do not appear tobe represents an equ.tinconsistent with tbe l.v> unified -.u-wi Kric Johnston plan for utilizaable standard tor fair and rational tion of regional water resources use of the waters.' Mr. Cloakey referred to a Jordanian announcement that w ork on MWtaVibe*tm.-ea. apoel a""**! Arab cooperate scheme to divert headwaters of the Jordan River. Men's Club Opens Sports Program The Men's Club of Temple Tifereth Jacob has instituted a sports I rotram to be held every other Sunday morning, begining with soft ball last weekend at 9:19 a.m. Chairmen are [ruin Anhalt. and Fred Ra| Next n % %  < i • •' the Men's Club will U' held :.\ Dec. 1-'. • 80 a m Beth David Sisterhood held its annual Shipwreck Party recently in Spector Hall. Left to right, discussing results oi the affairs, are Mrs. Irving Weiner. president; Mrs. Harold Abbott, party chairman; and Mrs. Seymour Friend, fund-raising vice president. Beach Bar Elects Officers v the annual plections held I •: %  Doris Sirkin. seretary; Murraj •elation •• Q odman, tn and Martin ers for i r im histot would begin within two months H wn *>d if rh* United States was assisting Jordan financially in construction o* the controversial dam. He replied in the negative. Clotkey read the following formal statement at the official U.S. position in response to the diversion plans announced by Jordan. The development of water resources of the Jordan River and its tributaries is of great import to the countries ol the .in.! has our support The problem %  ensure that withdraw al • ^jc\ the best $-z iff recipe yt/jfrm tor ?%LQK\ f o,ks i ^ newly CX WE-I • moved to GREATER MIAMI Take one phone call (or coupoa below), add hostess with bazar's of fill and informal.on sbaal "• city, stir >n lenuxit otf>Ur*v. and you'll hv# a itr>nou% me dtlifht'jl —ICOWIS J-it poon Meek Robinetti ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR ro\:v Let us repnir it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: __ ACME T^ ROOI i\. *T 685-1952 L966 i U %  .,nid. president Jay Directors are aieea KOD presidentelect: Leonard Alan Silverstein. Samuel S Smith, si \ loer, !!u haul \\eater Stanlej U gel, Arnold Scher llei Judge In ing c> I !;.i] haei K Yunr • Hai k Robert \ Peterson, Moi ris Berii k Stanley B Richard and n Sweet Installation ceremonies will be held at the DeauviUe Hotel on Jan U Norman K Schwartl is chair i Weinstcin first \. i presi lent y,i \ Ko ai se< ond %  < e pi esi I Study Group Held Here First ol ol educational stud] • roups v. as ored l>> the Torah Group oi Hedassah on Mondaj 10 a.m., al the home of '"•"' "' the banquet MrSidnej I efcourt, 36 • %  in Rabbi Sol Landau, of Beth David tion, was guest Subject was win the Mac Not in the Hebrew Hi ( airmen for the series .ne Mrs Nathtan H Spiegelman and I Nnrni i" Ljoi Just a small revolution! Big Change in... Tempo Filter Cigarettes New Tobacco Blend More Tobacco Taste \\elcoi..ciEi\;. HI 8-4994 Hin Picas* ho lie Wclcera* Woe* Hoess mil on me. 1 ould like te subscribe Ie TH J'wili Meridian. Fill euf coupnn end moil to Circulation Orel., M P.O. Bei 7973, Miami. Flo. f L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. 8h STREET Phone FR 1-1363 WE INSTALL GLASS FOK EVERY l>lltl0*LK! STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS furniture Tees, Beveled Mirrers and Jtesilverina Our Specialty UNIQUE INTELLECTUAL UP TO DATE Morris Orlin, founder r


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T-cre 3-A +Jnri*t>fk>r/dlM Friday. December 10. 1965 Eshkol Warns Against Nasser 'Ties' I. AVIV — (JTA) — Premier L Eshkol warned this week that tl inclination of some countries i cept overtures from President NIT of Egypt to patch up rela ti' s might endanger peace in the lie East The Premier voiced tl warning at muatering-out exeri • of reservists and regular t ps at the close of extensive mi divers. "The Nasser regime recently M a high-level delegation to Pi for talks with top French of t .Is and a State Department sp teaman announced in Wash ng t thai President Johnson had au •• tl ized resumption of food ship ts to Egypt while the United SUlM as negotiating a new aid ement with Egypt > These changes, the Premier It d the troops, meant that Israel's defense forces would have tc do their utmost to defend r*-* country and to serve as a deterrent to aggression. He addt: a blunt warning that if the c-oer to march was given, "we w 11 carry the war beyond our '•:ntiers." '-sertinu that Nasser's hostility I -1st Israel remained unaffected i he poverty of his people and I country the Premier ex| ressed th< hop*that the day would come en the Arabs recognize that Israel it Indestructible and can i be destroyed bj local wars licalled Israel's situation without c trallel anywhere in the world are u; a pernianeiit Stage of %  e. outnumbered in men and ons," he said our defense f< • s are few agaUlSl many and w Id have to rebuff adverse of quantity b) quality state Departmenl spokesman it Washington, meanwhile, an i ced that President Johl uthorized resumption of food nts to 1 1 and I nited officials revealed that the I airo will provide aboul S55. 10 in aid ovt r %  six month I and would IKpartly dollars erics said the h ataken because of i ent it \ Igyptian relations marked b) E. • rather tl..,' | eatet %  ent I ll • H :: kej I "he food aid agreement termd in June 1965 •ssure I WJS nted owl that Egypt was d'%  : ting its resources to acov-* -ra-T.odern Soviet arms, shipQ rice to CcTioriit co n 'es, and having shortages thes c*ated, filled by American a.j fanny farmer in Miami F.chards Departmenl stunan ICC that the popular Fannj 1 Tier Candies are now being %  led in the confectionary de>f the main store and lebes Both boxed assortments a: "pick-your-own" varieties are lable. ST rental Miami Beach NOW RUDY FOR OCCUPANCY Coastal CJfw Sfwreara • Central r t H l.l n • I leveter servile • Servw* area — eeca e W.tk cleeeN • s UIMI*I paaS i • 1200 feat Saarewala • Yacht baaia •Wnnrt 14 tmn MtcHAti poin* I. Ml %  s,— 1100 West Avenue • Miami Beach "Phone 532-7815 ON-tft'jiifuL BiiCA'Nf ear JsWaP 1 1


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December 10. 1965 fc '-• Ifl. t-ii^r Page 15E OLi t it a r i c s L. IARO, LEV MSON ACHRON. M IIMM KAPLAN ZIMMERMAN BEBKI I v. FRFi KALIS" I MOStb II., %  R E L KIN ... I S HSV I ,' *P SCHANFALD. HARKAVY. I .11.. I I R i rs for the 18th annual scholarship dinthe Greater Miami Hebrew Academy Jan. 9 at the Deaurille Hotel bring toiled to right) associate chairman. B. I. host committee member. Oacar Mamchairman, Joseph Cohen, host, Louis mv qeneral chairman. Leonard Rosen; honoree, Harry Genet; and honorary committee member, Samuel Reinhard. The seven community leaders took part in a dinner committee meeting Sunday morning at the Academy, at which ticket sales passed 600 toward a goal of 1.800 persons (or the SlOO-acouple function. Seiberman to be Speaker Greater Miami chapter nf Man's ORT uill hear a discussion on th. rvations to 18th Hebrew Academy ler Jan. 9 Soar Past 600 Mark i.tMii continued to acre! %  ni na leaders of the 18th (hnlarship dinner of the Miami Hebrew Academy k following: a Sunday WRUnMtM meeting at MI Mies soared past the 1 ure announced by jjener chairman. 1-eonard Ho• (I the (imp pa--t the one .irk towards its goal of I • Ron in attendance at < a couple function v Genet, who together wife will be honored at I 9 fete at the De.uville told the record commitirnoot that "the rttponu dinner I* the areatest ever paid to u ptrwni/f in reality tuprfl.ti the 1*9 community iwirtnrtl Hebrew Academy's vital Jewish education for all jth Florida." Nolen Passes Away S'oten, vhi> nricanurd one I Dlida'l lamest extcrm%  •lip.uiifs. 7 from Indian.ipo I been -upennten• p.irlnient of Sanila hrul) Nolen firm shoestring, purehaa% %  no %  a memhrr of a .'oiumunal orr resident Louia Merwitzer praised the work of associate chair men. B I Binder. Jack S Popick and Jacob Kifkm. who have joined will, co-chairmen J. A ("antor and Joseph Cohen to spark early tic ket Mies National honorary committee chairman Elliott Roosevelt and Wolfie Cohen announced accept ances to serve on their committee have been received from Benjamin Alperstein. Ir David S Andron. Siilne\ I) Ansin. Abraham Bell. < MornBienenfrM. Isaac Binde man. William Bindetnnn. and Wi h.im Blum l < I II %  .. ..... i M.. \ it 'oh. n 1 ,.| i • Y\ % %  I I • lull H M.ii iiMh fVn i Inlland, • ||, I : %  v \':. r*|e I. i.. • m.i.i li. i. |/oi •Son 11 %  \ • IM M ns B. Mil \u. \ •• %  r| M'.nreni v M n M.,1 ir in-. ft< '"kitl.l%  ': ': I I I ml. •. lUrrj Ham • hi M M Keita • Mm \ %  %  %  : i s,,..-.. II Rahbi \levandei S Groaa, prfr rtpal nid I hi iceesi of the 1906 dinnei which also will Itth birthday. will nil Ihe 1 \ den ) I tinue Its ei both tl th. North D nch %  i • '. V 4 !Wfi Mel lied S LF VINSK M Una An H.rl N SILBERT. M I NI ISth Si died > V M • •• %  xl — • ,. ,..).. %  %  '• nly current issues confronting the ( ity si. \i m utti-nd n-r\i • of Miami Beach at a meeting Mon *' day, 8 p.m., at the Miami Reach Federal Building. 755 Washington LEGAL NOTICE Ave Guest speaker will he Beach Councilman Raul Seiderman IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. SC 11*69 IN THE COUNTY JUDOE'S COURT KATII.VRtNl BUZABBTH flKHF.ll IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. I-In FLORlOA IN PROBATE No. 65-181.A I...I'M M.I-.I RT V\<<\ IM Ir I\I*I,. .,f ll\ROIl>l HARNKH SUIT FOR OIVORCE .:!:.'.. i I..-I:IH VI.IVKUT Kiwi NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE I M del Klin APPLICATION FOR D STRIBUT. ON VS. I '' l—l' AND FINAL DISCHARGE .._„,. ilsll. I \.., If >K iI • Klvn ''' %  '• '' ^ -.-MM LI'. Ilslll I I c. iuIon • %  not.ft. Ihat a Hill • %  < .1 Kln.1 II ,RC1 % %  „ • vn • %  •• %  m LEGAL NOTICE rv**" "t%  Thcnksqivinq b:.iqs momor • m aq • st.vul of Sukkoth tr. the minds of the child) | Reuo.i. ; S School of Temple BeHh Sholonv The %  • inq each year, the canned goods which they rl the Sukkoth Harvest Festival a-e fir e North Miami Beach Elementary School for dv. dy families. Shown nie Nef di oi tiie Hebrew Department of the Bwth Shoom R*h School with Adrian Levin. Jennifer Nebei. Randy and Mark Hendel, turning orei the gift to Aldo wincipal ol the Noith Miami Beach Elemental CANTOt SAU1 BffFH Cantor Breeh Will Chair Luncheon Series The 20th annual Zionist Lunch eon ilub. which meet^ each Wed nesilay under the qmnaMoMp of the Miami Beach rMsinct of the Bionisl Organization of America. A ill hold its fii>t luncheon thiv Wednesday, 12 15 pjn., at the Bit/ Pian Hotel Cantor Saul Breh of Tempi* Beth Raphael, hat been appointed chairman of the 50th annual luncheon series. Cantor Breeh. who was formerly with Temle Ner Tamid, has been active in Zionist work in the community for several years as board member and officer of the Brandeis Zionist District of Miami Beach I the luncheon clue lirmai I the clul M 1 • • Ml praeMenl ol tin hon ..lit of II K< ":i KOA LEOAL NOTICE NO IN TMt C RCUITCOIP' Or THE HO at C RCUIT OF Fl Clm IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY N CHANCI So 6iC'lM \l\' • • ISUIT FOR D VORCt •. •. 1 L Y IIV < 1 ; I I %  • |||, -•,,'. |hl I I llHIIl.tl HARKY II -Mini Ml ril ,v MANM'I '' II NOTICE OF SALE W Hi >M II M v > '' N I ,, %  v 111 M N 1: ijn:.. I I" Kit 1 •• %  •:. I ."..•• M n \ \l HI \\ 1 I 1 %  KUIK1 '.MAN \ • '..• \ ; \ %  • M i lr ia %  %  %  %  1 1.. u 1 • rl. 1 V l> I N %  %  fSIA.N %  IKI 'M vs M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \. RKIIY (!IVl- I .-•ir.. %  I •: IT, k !.. I Hull t'ouni N. • %  |.,.i VMM, IIARRKll • v 1 %  r \ M %  NOTICE OF SALE V %  I Ml IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COIR' N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. 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Fage 2-C k-lst fhriflti Friday, December 10. 1%$ Stars of Entertainment World W ill be Featured JAN PHBd NOTED SCREEN STAR ON PROGRAM H a Her Pidgeon Sla ted For Dramatic Reading Walter Pi obably one i( the busies! actors ol the stage md acTMa. He has starred in motion pictures includ -ill classics aMrs Mm niver." "How Green Was M) Val (j and man) others t in Broad he has appeared in man) nts in spite of his busy theatrical areer. Mi Pidgeon found time to lend Ins talents to many charitable causes He has -, rved •>president of the Screen Actors Guild and as campaign chairman the Hollywood Pern Charities Committee In the SJHIC vein are f 11 numerous stints abroad, entertaining troopt camps and hospitals Mr Pidgeon will n M ami at the new Roosevelt Playin 'lake Her She Mine. opening on Dec -l and plavin^ through .'an 2 Mr. Pidgeon's participation in the Greater Miami Chanuka Festival was arranged through the COUTteS) of Ken Caston. |iroducer lor tinRoosevelt Playhouse (1.,ton. successful young New York impn has been named •>producer for the Roosevelt Playise t t -a* m WAlTf* PIDGfON SAMUft FflSHKO JAN PEERCE Cantor ... And a Leading Tenor Jan Peerce will be among the internationally renowned artists to appear at the Chanuka Festival under the auspices of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Or'-.ani7ation on Saturday eve ning, Dee 18. at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Having launched his career as a cantor, he is today a leadm : Metropolitan opera star Since the establishment of Is rael, he has been a familiar time in Israel's world of musii •iini has made frequent appear ances not onl) in Israel, but in the I lilted St.iteon behalf of Israi l and Israel Bonds \ ., com ert artist, Mi Peerce has sung in nearl) every Eu ropean country, as well as in Is th Aft 1 %  Ami % %  %  \ istralia Bnd New .' %  II. h,.toured the Soviet es ol the t : .:. • Stati st.cte Department, t A el If an ev i I to sing „• the Bolshoi Theatre II. Mo-1 : haSUI • throughout the L'nited States • I di MI capacit) audiences i: .,:., u II. the San 1 I Bn< l-< ol' I ew isohn stadium. It o b i n Ho id I 'ell and Hoil) wood B o w I He is also widelv known f(.r hit highl) successful appearances on Bl television V Tickets to Chanuka Fete The community wide Chanuka Festival celebration >j.. unl.tv evening, Dec 18. to the first in the hiHorj oj i Miami to Uheld under the auspices of the Israel Bond >r ganization Admiasion to the Festival will be on the basis ol I rael Bona purchases In) one who hapurch aa ed larae 1869 will receive iompliim-ntary tickets Of adnnssinn i mpleti etails can be obtained from the Israel B fice. 424 Lincoln l.n Miami Beach. Information ma) obtained .>t most temple: and tea throughout thi Miami an the Chanuka Festival in '.: Peerce M ill • | ., -;>• : .mi ap propi late to thi I'een e wai born in N'w Vork Cit) ( en ed The luneighbors first knew hin an alto VOICI choirs, it was ii it that th< • wav t! : l I I • 11 knowi the titles in nsive ti rmim d : Rox) i; %  %  the t e n o r his fn -t big establishin .,• Ih< Ri IO i p. h< from and be, %  me ki i idii i i Hall % % %  %  • It %  San ii late music d i ei I Bl % %  %  introdtH ed M I H K Bl "i aei p piano an tenor aria i Continued on Page -J C Foastmaster General 1 Jesse! Due Fronl and Center at Pageant Here George Jesse) ii one of the all time greats" of American show business liver a span of yean, he has achieved stardom in man) areas of the entertainment world on television, radio, the Broadwa) stage and the screen. With it all. he has given much time and t a lent t" countless charitable causes Among the %  nearest to his heart is the • srai and • %  numerous on behall ol thi I • %  Hot Dubl ter Get i : b) two l L'niti 15 les. i will tei if cen nonies of the talenl i rival pr o r a m here Saturday, De< 18 at the Miami B< %  torium Born April :t. \nm in New 'i k Cit) the sun ot Joseph and Charlotte Jessel, young George entered the public school system without a thought of show business When his father died in 1IMI8. he was forced to leave school to earn a living He got i job singing with a trio at the Imperial Theater A year later, he was hired for a vaudeville act called 'School Boys and Girls From there, he went into the Gus [Edwards "Song Revue." which launched hisuccess in the the., let and thi i-d up with E idie Cantoi in an act called "Kid (Cabaret a h i c h toured from cos I ,i-t In IB18, Jeaael developed his famous 'ted p| II conversations with Mama routu i %  • hu h estab li-hed him as | solo i During the next twei produced and appi an of Broadwa) show* Ii • clubs railed He haah 111 n I i n n pietui. du< ed doi FtRSHKO TO CONDUCT MlMBll Israel Symphonette Premiere OtM Of Israel'.(o:emo-t (om posers and musicianI'rof Samuel Pershko, will conduct the is rael Symphonetia at the Chan uka Festival lure Dee 18 under the auspices of the Israel Bond Organisation and will present the world premiere of his own composition. "Chanuka Yoda," written llv for this occa-ion and based on the theme anuka The composition for orchestra an I a vocal ensemble Ii dedicat ed to the men and women of Greater Miami who have aided the growth of Israeleconomy through the Israel liond program A prominent composer in Israel. F, rshko wrote musical shows for %  number of theatres During the War ol Liberation Pershko was music direct Koi Israel Among his COM lions which became interns all) famous is "Bab Bl Wad Perahko is the composer of the Broadwa) -how Sotvs of 'I,.. N %  •



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7..ge 14-A ***/# %  tlrrkBnr Friday. December 10. 1965 Between You and Me: By BORIS SM01AR Why Bonn is Changing Mind on Indemnification i^ow THAT West German Chan. cellor Erhard iin the United PS in consultations with Pre* ideal .' ftuMon he it faced with two Jewish questions, First, why is the Komi Government reneging on the deessioa <>i the German Parliament to pi> in 1906 some >:>u.iKXt.(KKi to to Nazi victims who could not file applications for indemnification before October 1953, because they behind the Iron Curtain? Second, Government failing to act on its financial talkwith Israel after Ge establish diplomatic relations? ^4 were in countries w hy lthe Bonn promise to star) imam and Israel Both questions are of major interest I • American Jewrj it took the leaden of the Conference on Jewish Material Oanns Against Germany mam many months of negotiations with Bonn before -e curing compensation for the pesR>16fl claimants as Nazi victims American .lews also watched with satlafactlen the exchange of letters between Chancellor Krhard and Israel's Premier Lev! Eshkol last May in which the former spoke of a -penal re Onship" be t w ee n Weal Germany and Israel The precise nature of the "special relationship thoroughly defined in dtownadwai between the Chancellor's special envoy, Herr Birrenbach. and Israeli leaders Now indicationin the West German press polnl to thtpossibility that the Brtaud Gov%  r %  Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER All About Israel's New Libel Law % Jerusak m I N ITS LAST days before the elw turns, t h e outjomRneasi I passed a new lihel law Since then. the most important person on any Israel newspaper is not the star reporter or the advertising man ager and not even the editor-in chief, but the attorney of the paper Every newspaper inow being snowed under by tinavalanche oi letters from eager lawyers claiming defamation on behalf of then clients The new libel law differs from the old legal situation in that the wronged party can initiate criminal proceedings and, on the basis of the decision in the criminal case, he can institute a civil suit tor damages without the need of a trial going into the substance of the matter, but based only on the As We Were Saying: By ROBERT L SiCAl Action Blueprint H 1 |ERE BEFORE us are two blueprints for moving in on the socio-economic, racial, and ethnic problem-now so much discussed in modern American communities One is Mow to Turn Talk into Action." a guide for an effective Commission on Human Relations put out by the Community Relations Service of the is Department of Commerce. The other i.the story of Students for a Democratic Soi ty a'old by Steven II Johnson in "Mosaic. the .lew Utdent Journal published under Harvard Radchtie Itllel spanaorship The former ithe slick, neat sophisticated approach bthe Great Society along the Potomac to the int er gr oup riot threats now haunting a number ol our • immunities The latter is under raduati %  izing over hose deepei dislocations, deprivations and bus-mist l at hang over and permeate man) oi America's M %  -K) poor Undoubtedly, then:validitj in !>"tii approaches we have a hunch, after a quarter of a centurj of cupation with the kin oblems here under dis %  sion, that in the end the onl) lasting solution will be ihe radical approach to the uses oi welfare funds, dis• 'bution of food renl plemental ivernment using beavil] subsidised on the job. public school racial balance and the myriad other Juntos known to those who see the poor, underemployed, Ill-housed, pootducated, and hungrj We do well to remember what Kenneth Clark has written on the iky about "the unparalleled wealth in 5 ibiiriua the unmitigated poverty in thi Negro ghetto." And while wo wish the Students Por %  Democratic Societj Aould IKmore dikcerni live and mature in screening out radicals oi the fat left nou knocking on then • or.-, and while we find the SDS short oi patience, some • nes brash.^ften abrasive, we -till bold thea deserve an V for eOnf* In their generation the) will surely help produce the I ngress.onai and administrative leaders, the research < rs and oi -afsjhrs needed to whip the C S into the turbu • 'it last quarter of this most amazing century during • Inch the gaj) between the verj impoverished and the abundantly wealthy makes democracy a risky venture • Id together b) Oratory, prayerand mending tape The Human Hei. id. from out Waahingtoo wa) %  e a different approach Than! • to ROSSJ Barker and the other ralianl few who refused to take seatat the back of the segregated bus and rnfiiaad to get enmashed further in the fly-paper Of a lily white dominated %  ciety, the unhappx projection of a master-slave OCOno my, we have a great deal •>( new thinking going on in mu nicipal. governinental an that the new Knesset convened, one of the opposition parties submitted a bill to amend the most objectionable clauses of this legislation The parties involved do not contest the need to protect private persons from libel and defamation. It is the vagueness of definitions, on one hand, and the roughness of responsibilities, on the other, that is being objected to Of course, newspaper people in a Jewish State do not object, either, to the insti tution of group libel, what with their awareness of the role of anti-tiemitic publications in the sufferings of the Jewish people in the Diaspora NevoishesBSt, the new lav scrred as a good occasion for many young lewyers to urge damaged or allegedly damaged parties to insist on bringing thtar CSaaa to court, instead of settling for correct 1011and apologias in the papers when such corrections and apo logi e s are justified. One gains the Impression that many of tht claims come from relatively unknown lawyers on behalf of small firms or un important individuals. A typical example of what the paperface now would IKa letter from a young lawyer referring to a human interest story, published .somewhere in the ; de pages about a small village in the backwoods, describii lation in which residents of the place behaved as country hicks This the lawyer would write indignantly, represents grot ; ex posing this village to the ridicule of their neigh%  nd therefore constitutes -• cai 1I1K-I under the new law OH the Record: ernment iinclined to seek excuses from itpli d i Israel, claiming budgetary dUUeultiei rV --'me KCUM of "budgetar) difficulties" has been liven by u/est German Finance Minister Kolf Dahlgruen when he announced last month that the first pay ment of SRO.tKHi.UOO compensation to the post 1953 claimants will not he made in 1>0. and would be deferred for one year Experts in this country who anwatching went .lermany s financial situation SM DO basis fa ttssM ,n>.-\ consoler Germany's economic situsis prosperous tins rear u la urj of the prei,-ioua y >rand thej say so bo interested Unerfcan Jewish l ead e rs Is there any other reason why the asm Go ve rn me m is seeking to evade it* obi • MU to Israi i and u> tho uea adi of Janraah wetiras Nazism? Chaneauer Krharrl will have to answer ti | question to American JewT) dnring his visit to the t nited States Certainly, he can not claim m the i irael he is afraid of Arab re... u< m newspapet aai B) hia own experience ha knows thai the Arab countries need < i Ihsn Bonn needs the Vrabs He ... ted like %  li ader oi I country he disi %  t I threat* and enters I diplomatic i < lat Is Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER Freudian Couch pEMEMBER THAT old Goldwynisni Anyone who goes to a p-\chiatnst ought to ha\e his head examine*! "' Mora and more people are going to psychiatrista and psychologiste thses days We could all benefit apparently from the ministrations of the dimples of Freud, especially when we become di-turix-d or deproM>d or bewildered Just as some people think there is a conflict between religion and science 'actually there i not), some people tlunk there is a clash between religion and psychology. Some go as far as to say that psychology has not yet j proved itself. I ve heard some call it only a vocabulary ( Some decry the mentalists as men who can tetl you v v hat's wrung but don't know yet how to right what i wrong. And the decners are prone to talk about "Freudulenee But religious groups are beginning to feel more and more the study of human behavior is far from fraudulent There is an Academy of Religion and Mental Health and any number of conferences between the men of the ptw and the men of the couch. Kven the Catholic Church, which felt the confessional booth was being threatened by the couch, is softening its earlier opposition to psyeholog) One aspect of the suspicion which religionists have nurtured towards the men of psychology ibassd npun the feeling that the psychologist! don't know much about organised religious practices Many Christian ministers, and ralbis have become most Sympathetic towards ps\ CbOtOgy, but it hasn't worked the other WSJ around to pronounced degree We have in tincountry a rabbi named Henry Kagan |s %  ervht bridge between the two disciplines Spiritual leader ol Ten-pie Sinai in Mount Vernou, New I'r K.i.an ials,. a professional psychologist In n an; lectures and booka be is making hifellow p*-\ ChologistS aware of the vaUdlt) of the ideas ol the church ind synagogue and by the same token familiarizing his fellow rabbis to a greater extent with the teachings in i ealm of psycholo \ bo Spirt By NATHAN ZIPRIN Problem of Jewish Education Here 1 I DIO NOT attend the recent con ference in Montreal of the Council of Jewish Federations and Wei tare funds but Iioin press reports lined the impression that the problem of Jewish education in America and BOW to meet it on a community-wide level held a deal of the attention of the dele gates what emerged, it teams to ti iwriter, was recognition th„t Jewish eon tnunit) federations and institutions o| Jewish education must find a way to work together if there is to be an In telligent and effective apnoach to what i Imittedlj is one of the most challenging problemi now fsi the American Jewish community. Tut architect of that roimulatlen was William Avrunii., executive director of tha Jewish Wei i %  '• %  derat.on of Detroit, who also suggested placement of a number of Jewish educational projects on the high prioftt) list of community funds It | rvad him correctly what he meant to M) wathat fsdera lions start giving higher priority attention and support to the Jewish educational structure it iobvious that the Jewish educational pattern he United states needs) massive revampinf What ihouM be equally obvious is thai Ihe challenge will not be met except through central attention and -upport I a former Hebrew teacher, this writer has often advocated the idea of a central authority la the field of Jewish education that would be fit-,of urden of finances Such a bod) could only function if it bad supiH.it commitment from the Jewish communities on a nation-wide basis if that happened it would not onl) be possible to improve the qualit) and extent of Jewish education hut to climate br educational values and to ere %  %  < %  .. cadr e oi profeesionnla in the Held thai would lesert to Other pastures out of tear ol uisecur The DTOhlem Of Jew .sh education is to ,-ducate Mere can be no education witho-.it teachers In long run ,t is the teacher who ,s the foundation "i education. If a Jewish educational complex ,t" con„m.c ,n the United States. BBS SSUSt create the facilities that will draw teachers to our doors "f education



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Friday. December 10. 1965 + l*y*l*t fkrWtr Fcge 5 A Prank Magrath Named Regional Director Of Florida NCCJ Office Beginning Jan. 1 Freak J Ma-i;iih. regional ili enc* in Tampa, st Petersburg, rector (or the Arizona Branch <>f ;na-nta and Brartenton IDfi and J.'*>. ..." been named i aj din.>:<>r of th* Florida Rl active %  '"" 1 Magratli weeeeds the late Max k.,i. He nll headquarter In • im nipervutfm ofliew and chapter* at the National Confer White House Justifies UAR Aid Continued rrwen Paga 1-A • ort we eontempU**wovW tignrficantly add to the liketiKood ot" hostilities in tho araa. Taking into account all tha complei factor* bearing on such a cn/ettion. we believe that our preient policy it that best calculated to preterve stability in • he Near East." 1 can butter aviire you that renUL'n alert to e\ery roMOfl [,:. opporfanJt) to help relax ten oni and bnim about a reduction il.. -mis race, the White House tal --aid. He was hopeful that •he new aid agreement with Egypt tould contribute toward these %  He noted that the duration d terau of the new agreement ,Ouid be significantly different ran those of past agreements." He revealed that President ohnson, 'after carefully considerall the pros and cons" aui.l new aid for Egypt "on the ng recommendations of the rrtary of State that it would e the national interest to do the terms were satisfactory He will continue to serve as a consultant to the U.S. Office of Education on the Civil Rights Act of 1**4. and to serve on the national board of the National Association of Interiroup Relations Officials. In Phoenix, Magrath supervised the Tucson, El Paso and Albuquerque offices of the NCCJ. I>r Sterling Brown, national pn sidenl of the NCCJ. said Ma grath also will act as a field con Hiltant to the regional offices of the National Co nf e r ence in the Southeastern United states Prior tn his Arizona assignment, Magrath was for five years the NCCJ regional director in Louisville, K) He earned a Master of \r!> degree i" SOClOlOgy from the I niversrty of Notre Dame He is vice president of the Arizona Conference on Social Welfare and a Ix'anl member of the I'nited Na Cohen Synagogue Hebrew Classes Kabbi Tibbr ll stem, spiritual on Monday, Wednesdaj and Thursleader of the Jacob C Cohen l om "Jay. 3 SO to 5 30 p on .. Jacob C Cohen, president 01 the munity Synagogue, announces that ttrationa for the Talmud Torah .tie open for boys and girls for in '\ i ongregation, has named the following to serve on the Heb i School committee Simon Jaray, chairman, Gao %  Simon Alex Litman, Sol Krevat. vVeeklj classes will be offered and Benjamin D WUson. Which Is Better For Your Company Pension Trust Or Profit Sharing? Tha Best Answer May Be Pension or Profit Sharing or Both % It depends entirely on your particular circumstances 4 problems. Why Not Allow n Expert to Brief You on All Facts? I We Design-lnstall-and Completely Service All Types of Plans. Chances Are Your Financial Advisers Already Know Us. 1 FRANK MAGtATM lions Association of Creater Phoenix. He is married and the father of six children ^ P| • % %  ION muSl P l-BOl 'I bllO'NU % LNS FIRST KU>KIA CONSULTANTS INC. mo N i issao si NC v!iecCM HOID 11 Melv.nl Kartzmar. Pre. 045 6344 leu>i G Wechilei, V f-n. k ADL Director Talks Monday .Ulliam Pinslev executive di• ,r of the Florida Regional Ofof t h e \nti Defamation ue, i he featured speaker lh< \ .. s t h Shore P'nai B nth to b bald at th* Surfsi.i. munity (enter on Monday %  i Program < hairman Irvine C speai bai anaaunced that Pinsw) %  lot the • vesting will be 'Who • Against Democracy." Pinsle) recenUj came to Miami hicaga uhere he served as idwesi directoi oi the Aim Del* ation League's Pact-Finding Dc t He i> a member of the .lino;Mai and has been affiliated Aith the Anti-Defamatioo U-ague | •nice 1941 Jack \ he lodge, %  Bin -U in. president of will conduct the meet Award Designer Nome. VSorld Ir-urance Company has <>m missioned .silver craftsruan Hudd\ Halpert to design its Man if the Year Colston Award for top •ales achievement T £NITH • %  HEARING AIDS $75 toS325 STANLEY GOULD :2U liSCOiN B04J ATTENTION! Jewish Home for the Aged THRIFT SHOP NEEDS YOUR DONATION NOW! "FURNITURE"-"APPUANUS" "CIOTHINCJEWEIRY ItC. "All itmv Tax Deductible" CALL 696-2101 Sure,We Know Dade Federal is only the 48th* largest in the nation! But, when there are more than 6,200 savings and loan associations in the United States, we think our position is pretty good. Of course, it means we're in top competitive company and we have to work hard to stay with them. What does that mean to you? It means that Dade Federal must provide you with the best, most modern service available. with courtesy and friendliness second to none. IF IT'S A SAVINGS program you want, you can rest assured you will receive the highest possible earnings consistent with safety. IF IT'S FIRST MORTGAGE FINANCING you need to buy. sell, build, refinance or repair homes or commercial properties, you'll find our rates, costs and terms as good or better than any you will find elsewhere. Service as prompt as we can make it. too. Wherever you live in Dade County, there's an office of ours nearby. Four of them are adjacent to the expressways. Our business hours are long and include one evening a week. Other services available to you include: Safe Deposit Boxes. Travelers' Cheques. Money Orders. Series E Savings Bonds and Christmas Clubs. Come in. 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.,-. December 10. 1965 -JenistrkTHtor Page 3The Ambassador's Ball: A Moment of Magic Slcllar Social Event is Scheduled This Year Dec. 26 al Fontainebleau Mi '.'.' Divi• I OrThe Ambassador s Ball, hold annual!} noes L801, ia a eulaalaalion of the annual Israel Bond drive, and has brought international attention to the community as the event has grown from, year to year in color and stature. This festive occasion, traditionally held under the patroni %  "i the Ambassador ol Israel and the Govei nor ol F I or i d .1 bring!* together si tables Imn ol com sections %  I the nation, in .1 el Ihi out State idor's Ball ia of I 1 : %  %  I 70 GREET ENVOY FROM '.SRAEL scene of the presentation of young ladies come-of-age to the Ambassador and the Governor m a debutante ceremony. First instituted in Miami in 1961, and now a custom throughout the country, the ceremony will be observed tor the tilth consecutive year al the Ambassadors Ball of IMS, on Sunday evening, Dec 2t>. .it the Fontainebleau Hotel. The young I. idles to be presented will all have fulfilled the basic requirements for selection i I j participation with the major communal endeavors, such %  t< ffiliation. I ni t ed Fund Jewish Isra %  %  %  and an overall ii 1 %  %  com %  i!> Is in 1 %  de.t\n . N 0 1 M .1 >. Panan a Pat %  SA dl :i I'll.11.and l'msua\ and Venezuela Miami Banks Continue to Set Pace for Bond Investments ttOTy of the faith of the • 111 an people m Israel %  econ a exemplified by their in • t m Israel Bonds, eona prominent chapter in the -t"! j of Israi i rebirth as a nation Within that chapter, there will be a page reflecting the con fldence of the banking Institu Uoni of the United States ai A gro %  • • %  Leonard Uair.a. president cf I Natioi Bonk group, present! Rnbbi Leon Kionish. G Bond chairman, with a check la 560.000. the purchase in Israel Bends. Usma expressed ihe pride ci his orqanizat.cn "to participate In this unique inv' •mic investment and a human investment at the same Urntheir substantial Israel Bond pur bases tmong these, the banks 1 1 Miami will merit .1 place all then own In i!H>4. when the ruling bj .tames .1 Saxon, comptroller ol currenc) in Washington, author iied hanks to invest in Israel Bonds the banks ol Miami in vested a total in Is rael Bonds 'l hi year IM "1 the ., quartet 1 I a mil hj ihe Fn -' Nati nal Bank "l Miami followed b) • %  1 I'eoph Nalu nal 1 'Oal S1U0.U • %  Sa %  \ 1 Natioi ... Ba is bj the l hange Invi stmenl i;.1 nd a numbi ises 1 %  • I as se> eral % %  %  luti the %  %  met an all) -I l held Welter Hc.-ttmcn. newly-elected president of the Mercantile National Bank, announces the second S100.000 purchase of the Mercantile National Bank, followed closely upon the newi that the Mercantile Naiionai Bank had been taken over by the Capital Nclional Bank group whose previous Israel Bond purchases had totaled S265.000. The present purchase brings their total to the highest of any bank in the south. Hi! wl Lou Poller president ot the Miam: National Bank, who already hold." $125,000 n Israel Bonds, announced a purchase of S25.0OO hange National Bank of Zurich and GePoller, himself a Trustee of Israel of 1964 and 1965, announcement to Dr. Irving Lehrmon at the remple F.manu El Israel Dinner of State Mia



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Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Number SO Miam:. Florida. Friday. December 10, 1965 Three Sections F:.ce 20c Exhaustion Fells Hospitalized Eshkol AT WEIZMAWN INSTITUTE FUNCTIO N Vice President Calls for Peace In Middle East .IT.*.) Vice rl H Humphrey Monda• n•.. it %  i iritj in truMi-) :'>r freedom from tion' in thai regi ,n %  '• %  \1>I< Ill %  eriny the princi• i 1 200 truest* attl D I i rating 'he Jist of the mitulioti of i i-.r the Welsmann nee at Rehovot, %  conducted by the munitti for •• under the presid .im Fi nbei t u rn <1 Ii to the late \I l(iy Legion Award Bar To Rabbi %  %  i \ %  i itndraw al be Stoke* noti.1 no! accept dishing te was an ai I n pot com'"-*' I thai he believed rcn .o It-a Heibeil M 11 hmaii. te nner Ooernor ol Sea York and IS Sena \i. annoancenienl waa made laal the Uciznann Inatitute iel ah*i a reai an b i hair in the letici nuclear phytca loi peace ... purpose* in UM name ol Mr Lthi ..! the hono.i | gt* !ta ;p>-tinii( en Poe IJ-* Doctors Forbid Israel Chief to See Visitors. Conduct State Affairs vut ptis tr. u Hu-miii In, lorn from OQlfatiofi Only 2.500 Jews Left In Egypt Communities ITA Protests • over the ac \ • r.i .in Le| k 'i eing a Good Qoeto .i Boston rabbi ., IponSOr of the w .i -hiu^toti i ro Statea Involvement ar n Legion Poal .i n< >l to present %  l i land is *in onal chaplain War \ • terani of i ardlnal Cuata Boston, and lokes .'r of tlve i'I Ma&sachuere at hc.lulcd im|ual on NEW YORK fJTA) The rteut %  i nil Jew con n 11111 ^ about 2 Stai .I .minishoil ondi r the i feets of a nea haraaemnal techni according to i report received !> the Uncr.can .'• ariah Comite< During the past thrumonths. the report states c.n the basis of inten • with .-• in w all In • i well awith relief agency %  nuiav about IM Jews lett Kjypt Sum i %  xpi il i ifl i t.-c! i N\ chol .: !'. I \ I .illli .i .-. d to h i till ithera had >.., ned '•' leave for tome time hut II n recentlj were able to acquire ihipping -pair. %  Iwaya in snort •uppl) over the nunmei monthi .II those who left about loo have ough Prance Of the 2.500 Jewa remeiniofl in Ecypt — 1.800 In Cairo, t, „Continued on PP. 3 a Nazi Parly Quarters Seized for Tax Debts MASHING 1"\ (JTAi "The Km, .I: N...-I Party ia noa in (he bandi of the Govei nent Ceorge Rocfcwi l h ader ol the declared here I i, n kriin • hj '. S Ii %  Ret %  ie Service atrnl (9,278 in ; .. 11 \ IRS ikei ml ii rl ided i" iii-nt. jii.l i 11 oi il ini 1964 ard v..-I headquarters is Ii aaed J 'hi pai' %  • Th IRS obtained conitn' o tho landlord to kaop the proparty rued in tha building tor tha lime be.ng. Property sailed included expensive printing equipment which printed multi-colorei anli-Si-milic and anti-Nejro literature. It \-. .is indi led that thi N'a %  conl • lo operati I rom an si ton rai louse Rockwi IPs \t ihe raided .•),., ri ir duty keeping membership ign •lit | Wll ng room An IKS offii %  thai il the N n not pay UM La aea, the l Mill U' Continued on Page 2-A liilr House Justifies I'AK Aid (SMKOt VOKtt WAKHIH6 f 461 • A I JTAJ The it W Komcr Deputv Special Al tM ratinu on sistant to IMrsuilrnt Johnson for me aid to national neaaity affaira, wrote • r it would Saa Scotf trut We havfl not it 'i and con Egypt or other Ara' countno. in I !c> wou'd fer from our policy that their jt w • White HotsM t'tude toward Kngiand. IsroeJ ami ^ o,m ,,i s.„ lujfn Sfot ot|)ef pro. w extern governments in K, "Pubucan. the Neex Cast wos a matter ol u>i fferencei to ua Ben Scott had •old the White li. HIM' thia would I<• %  dicated if aid to Egypt wenITwmad. Mr Komar said tha situation was "quite the contrary. We have alo carefully considered whether U.S. aid to Egypt of tha Continued on Page 5-A JERI SAI KM II \ l'nmi Mini ter Levi Eshkol waa boa Htalized here Iral nighl for what has physicians diagnosed a"gen •ial exhaust on Rumors that he had suffered from pneumonia wire lispi II .1 b) a medical bulletin iue.l that reported Mr Eshkol had i" be taken t.t ie hospital be< a >i "g iu %  al akm tans. ,i hj !n .1 AI r, work follow %  i J cold In addition to working hard on s ifforts P M oalition Governmenl Mr Eshkol had staj ed up all : • • -• '. n:nht. watching Israeli ITS His ph) said he) ordered p lel i psl for h ii ; atii nt. who is M Ic I ih.it he shun all v isitors ng the next feu days He i e in the hi tpital 10 .. I was ndu .. Mr. Eshkol's hospitainaton will delay formation of fh new Cabinat. He has appointed a subco-nmittee to continue ta'Ws about formation of the new Government. Last Friday he offered new concessions to the Independent Liberals in talks which he had with their leaders. nulls ol his talks to i ated al the Independent I il i rala and the leftist Mapam common >m>und the I'M nne: Mapai Achdut %  •nut conditions for thi next coalition The National R< mher ..f the ; net. c 'in. I %  %  Israi' •mued on Page U-A Jewish Groups Defend Programs in S. Ameriea NEW YORK N \ The lmei can leih Committee ami 'nai B'rith defended this week %  eii pro ram* in South American ommunil • against complaints l ne Jewish li adera al Ihej had not been consulted 'ief re the programs wen init ate The comolainta were made n i'\ -jikesmen for Argei n>.is two major Jewiah organiza t.ons, the DAIA, the central repre. and the Kehilia. Together, ti< two organizations reprc : oi the .sou.in*) Jews m Buen ia Mres and the rural settlements A pntina's northeastern prowtueThe objections were conveyed to membera of a visiting r II an .leu ish Congress ition Dr. William A. Wexler. B'nai B'ritS president, said the B'nai B'rith program for Latin AmanCortmued on Page A AJCong Leaves Argentina To Make Tour of Chile II Ml s \I::KS The 21 nun.: %  .'ii ol Aniel lean Jew i-.'i 0 ek for i %  tinnexl • ; their lour ol I al n inti ies aft< r conclud I ui" kll H-: \ isit to Al thenstaj here the i n met ith lea %  • .,i lectori ol Jewiah u || Mai A exeeutls e director it th oi %  an zation, ho hi i 1 .1 the vitality nt Jewish life here The Buenoa kirea Jewish communitj he said, organizational structure, de> led k •' li i ship and the will to rvive '•iahly, auguring well for the future American Jewry can profit in many ways by the Argentine example The \rgentine Jewish community, Mr Maslow asserted, "neither needs nor desires inter vention bv Amencan Jewish or W.tt mAUOM ntereata and the American Jewish Congress agrees thoroughl] with gani/ations in defending its own this point of view



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Lrerr.ber 10. 1965 *Aw#f# fhrHtrtr Page 1S<: EOAL NOTICE v ST\ JUDGES COURT tO* DOE COUNTY. IRIC* iN PROBATE No UM2-B J'CE TO CREDITORS V I'. • .nII I v f | XL-..int IBM • • I and realma !*i d< he** tfBjMt v,: rlKROTA, %  .'lilt • 1-1T !•! .1 I -Uu P-oCiKl on LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICZ x I %  %  i %  | %  Mi %  i %  • I r .: x \ • I(.unLAND %  NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN TF iRfUIT OF THE TLf Vfr.NTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COINT-. IN CHANCERY N •• M vi: \ • • ii, i % %  SUIT FOR D VORCE MKI r..,h Taa MKU.K I I %  • %  i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVtNTH JU'D'CAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65C !2-i? KKill-XT \ R VK 1 I %  WILLIAM i: P VK! i: %  SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ml! i'. VKI:I: I %  %  i %  • \ IVILLIA M !: 1 %  v I • i 4 i C'RCUiT COURT. '1th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA NO 65C'2*04 XX II.1.1 Wl I Jl -UN-' >N Htlff, \ H MI:I.I:\ M VRIE J< iHNRON l • f. n-lallt NOTICE BY PUBLICATION v-.r HELEN MARIE JOHNHON : • l-.nr lunks Mr-.-i. Brookllne, M..-., I .• II.. I ii-d t" *-.-rx • %  %  I x,.'i: ,iii-. r to IHV.M-I. i"..m... .in' niMl u*Tjn-t VDU "ii I'l.intirr* attorney, GEORGE NICHOLAS, (IS N \V. I5th Av,. Miami, Hn Ml* f| njslnal with <"lrk ..f this Coon •n 'i beCom Jami*r> 3. 1X8, uthel i.. ootnohUnt IH •>• %  conf ea a o d by v..||. laTKli November -' %  •. IMS. l: i: IJ-HTHBRMVX. ilfrk Ba K. II I.YMAN. Deputy Clerk is j-it-i; %  ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! rjtnisl fbriefiT solicits your legal notice*. Ws apprsciats yot patronage and guarantes accurate Berries at legal ralee MPial FR 3-4M5 lor IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. S7193-A is RE Estate ol BARNET KAROO UN I % %  • .-• -I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DSCHARGE V 'I'll i: i> hi r. -i.\ gl\ %  i. 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ndciv. December 10. 1965 lenlttflrrMtor: Page 9-C Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood ol Temple Beth T o r a h held its annual fashion ^how, "Fantasy in Color," last week in the Both Torah Social Hall, featuring Lewis Fashon* and a bruncheon. Chaiiman was Mrs. Roy Marbuv Co-chairmen were Mrs. Meyer Sher•nan and Mrs. B. Veltman. Models for fashion show were Mesdames eil Shteir, Mark Roth, Kenneth Chaitman. S. Morton Koenigsberg, Philip Bloom. Lawrence Brant. Israel Abrams. Net shown are Mesdames Lawrence Brody. Sheldon Blank. T. Katzman. L. Gilbert and E. Gordon In charge of tickets were Mrs. Edwin Alter and Mrs. Morion Reiss. Gables Executive Maurice Sharago Ends Service Career With Air Force Reserve nril 'i.ihirs business executive nice H ttorafB has been irinyj to hats' for a long %  Hut after 23 years, he's about put '•nt of them on the shell i; H I igo, \ Ice pre s ident < rvice pilot in the • •. i \ ening yean !>.i\nany pungent menu 60-j ear old official, sot related to treat events in man) tinge t •• ith %  \rr> 'ouch ,i.i\ i ranged h %  n: tx tan c battle itara and .* Bank Features High Interest •••niiRlhiv till • %  i n:i waj put ml it Banl %  '•' %  • '• I %  % %  %  if montl %  II rcceiv< %  %  • %  \l II [i %  %  Powell .i 'tential citatum in Korea to recruiting and training the Third \ir Force Band, which Ix-canxnucleus fur the fame ii Latii \ i thi Mi kitiaai and the Pacific liter ihe war. he was assigned !o active reserve dutj with the tquarters at tell field. N V When the Korean conflict began, he returned to the Pacific 'bis time j> chief of training .irx] tpeoial aaaistanl to the command neral at \ir force headquarters in 1 i !lowing service in Korea he tor of the Air Ft hj it I >• nver, Upcn return to civilian status fhoresjo was assigned to the active reserve in Miami as comrrander of the 9187th Air Reserve Croup. He was responsible for a '^dividual reserve training in Sou-h Florida until 1961, when he ,iufd comrund of toe 8441 tt Air We t e r va Croup with units from Vero Beach to Key West %  Naples. ndii I i \ %-> sxMT f.a. ocean at Miami beach A new standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed weddings, tuncheuoa, business meetings ... ranging from 10 to 1000. OR t/n a miaml country dull getting Spaciousness is (ha keynote of your affair amidst the plushncss of the Doral Counuy Club. Weddings, confirmations, banquets are enhanced by the country club at re on pbere of this rcsort-cstaie. For eompUrt details, plrtut eatt tm>. David Korac. Dirretor of Food and Br**rafo Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club J* JE 2-3600 _iO l YTW •* Jewish Chaplain At Guan ianamo By Special Report <;i ,\ i tNAMO BAY Chapla i. Da' I.I B Saitzraan (It. ).g l has arrived .it the U S Naval Base here as the fir>t chaplain of the Militar) Construction Battalion H i Chaplain Saltzman. who grade> nied from the U S Navj I haplatai School Newport it i lasl October, will serve as chaplain tor nil nun in the Mill Battalion but will also be available to Jewish personnel and their families at all l S installations in the Caribbean area. A native of lirooklyn. Chaplain Salt/man received his rabbinical ordination from the Jewish Tneological Seminar) of America in lUf>5. He is a graduate of Brooklyn Colege ii90). While a rabbinical student. Chaplain Saltzman served as assistant principal of the Hebrew Hitfh School of the Five Towns in I Long Island and as youth acttvtUi I CHAPIAIH SMTZMAN I worker at Temple Heth-Kl in CeliarhtirM. 1..I. Chaplain salt/man is the firstJewish chaplain to be assigned to' the Naval Kase here, according to" the National Jewish Welfare Board* Commission on Jewish Chaplaincyi MAUKKl SHORAGO A irld War II \ ictorj Medal; i nited Nations Ribbon; l s Dtsd L'nil Citation; and the Korean Presidential Citation rago, who attended lith l'enn ind the Harvard Medical Scboql as an industrial fel ;, in preventh i me and ...... is j comma rcial • lie lives u ith his w ifi I rhi and Arthui TV Station Will be Cited rited to WCKTT\ irt ol in.. %  ". %  %  \ thi v > Frit I • : VVCKTTA • • I Gershwin Auxil. Charity Luncheon Mrs Harrj Ki the Ladies *u> ihwtn l ".l | Ki '"i 11 the date of 1 I M t'resta • v Distru' Mana ei H i I two hot %  Mrs an of the THE BISCAY**! T E 1 1II A C E 340 Biscayne Boulevard • Miami, Florida FACING BISCAYNE BAY "WHIRf THI STAR! AND Hl&VIN JOIN VOUt PBUVflUf AT THE BEAUTIFUL NEWIT DECORATE! STARLIGHT IIAI l IIOOM SEAT 'NO CP TC 300 ir WEDDINGS it BANQUETS • LUNCHEONS ir CONFIRMATIONS RECEPTIONS ir MEETINGS CATERING ffricrl)" Rather fecilitiei Avoilamlt Unit Sapervisiea) ml RABBI TIB0B H. STERN M.*t SHIRLEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792 SUPERB CATERING IN A LUXURIOUS NEW SETTING '• imi'snew lutifu 'mmodations for u eons, banquets, bar ... ,.._ ..... eptions, etc. Parkii n pr< 15 to 150C expern need, ittention. Ca Joseph Me. ring M DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL Have that lustiness Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scrieheroiade and Rubaiyat Rooms, b it for a wedding or a privote party I it th< ^ for lnlorm W ni HAZEL ALLISON Catering Dlraclor, JE 1-6061 stetis si. cottin* awe.



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•• friv many authorities asignifying Jewrj h i„ the is of the world and in< reased d Itcati the freedom which th Maccab. -s wrested from the U rant In similar vein is the increase y "> ">' '•""'" „; i [ed in thi Israel Menorah i St) The lit htii here in Mia Israel was Bar Mitzvah I %  • has be. i cities l and I for th rorld J r : ,,;,s beconw %  tured in the pi f each ol tin %  %  %  ch oi U .. virtu. |, not ol • %  •cMr. and Mrs. Sam Luby with the pilot light from which the Israel Menorah of Statehood was lit. Scm and Bea Blank, holders of Israel Medallion of Honor, are chosen to kindle the first light. Menorah of Stctehood is a beacon to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cantor Gold en Trustees of Israel. Harry Sixkin and his wife. Esthe: light another candle In Israel -. Menorah of Statehood. \ Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rudnick participate in marking the seventeenth year of Israel's Statehood. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faske. Trustees ol Israel, participate in the traditional lighting of Israel's Menorah. Alexander and Gertrude Muss kindle their branch of the Israel Men orah of State at Israel Bond dinner I Fred and Rena Somerstein held high the light of I s r a e 1 in seventeenth year of statehood **> / • %  Morris and Ann Hirsch became Trustees of Israel in 1961 when Israel was Bar Mitzvah. Claire and Jonas Brotman initiate kindling of Israel Menorah at the Beth Sholom-Israel Dinner. Ben and Martha Blum were selected to kindle the pilot light of the Israel Menorah of Statehood. In honor of services to temple, community and Lsrael. Sydney and Lillians Guru kindle Israel Menorah,



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:y December 10. 1965 %  */*# Ihrlfrnr Page ll5 joted Philosopher and Jewish Educator o Address Mesivta Founders Dinner (OMM1TUI .DVANCli HANS PAGf 8 C of Mtnor ..i the Mesivta MrMur i .i> Berkowitz. pm • i I of tin Women --f Ihi Mesivta, i* ill exti i nel klesivta \\ omen inn Fos prof* \ ,,t Ohio Slat. • limn %  %  chairman <>f Its philosophy, will be ,.. aker al the klesivta II Si "'I dinner Bondaj 5 30 p m .il !!> %  Pon H %  its will ii. which will honor • i in: b school, Hyman innoui Dr. Fo, author of many philosophical worki. has lorvg been deniiried Nth the Hebrew Day School moumtnl end it a vice prrvdent of the National Association of Hebrew Day School IPTA : Excellence in %  liigh Sc hooi r ducation • %  ,.„ ol hit addraa v..-\ I .I <>f Creator Miami, .,tinLouis Merv it/' r ,i ,lot ated at IMS M an I is the ""l> one ol Its the Southeastern i>..rt of %  to Hal bi U< si i'i %  [ th< h School permits ., v era] • %  students to rlosei scholastic %  %  •• with ti-arhers m hat •termed %  'student eei tei b to < dm atton Pollack, chairman of the ci immittee, an thai thr HUfiaai will in'iitNianrtin^ cantor-, m a dead prv-entatum on bi half f the atu a ill iDavid GaHmt, a %  rotests Mount .gainst Award tar to Rabbi Continued from Page 1 the 'abbi "he a right to do what he •rantt. This it |ust a matter of policy We are supporting the %  j' 3 • %  > %  policy of the American %  which hav supported our I States national policy.'' arho MM i t in thi rch be laced "ii the Jew ish i ised the post's ai Phe claim that Govi %  cbaractanstJ i len • He bad spoken %  States polic) in as an nulls idual %  > %  wish communit) • • %  alhoUi P ti i II iasui il .i e criticizing the %  %  BJM III Mid i rnment Ihc right i" mc t" its own litmus ol what \nu-ni ana I 'i •pokes %  ovcmmenl haw right oi dissension fur fi ..;. protei %  i rnment lusension tement at il *as the L • i aha low on %  • and intiMjrig .f a I rabbi Such action pil 11 i : free inquirj Am.u, ATTENTION! Jewish Home for the Aged THRIFT SHOP NEEDS YOUR DONATION NOW! •fUMITU'-"APUANCtS' ) '"OTMING HWtlRT ,t. "•llltsm.TaKDeduc'ibie' CALL 696-2101 Monorec 1 at the dinner will be a trio of philanthropists and religious leadcs: Mr. and Mrs. Ma* Cohen. Mr and Mrs. Charlee Kalb. and Mrs. Samuel Zaag er. Bcrel iVeii | %  < Mi l-i ,i i resident of tin \li si\ T. yill I %  Dr Fo i Sorthwi •:• i Unit kit) and InP II' i .( I Phic'aac n u ctun 1 .ii more than 4i> unn ei -.i.i'..i %  >..'' editor of rhe .liui-'. Pan iii rontnbuUng edl lor of Judaism, and a men Exhaustion Fells Prime Minister; Doctors Forbid State Affairs Cortm-jed from Page 1 A he told thi annual luni neon ol ii.'il Journalists in Tel Avi\ on Fnif trw G em it n aims ''i slow d 11 n m i-. .!• Ii-. in>! stand ||i stressed that there would %  Thi i I to res in a minimum price which would iia\< %  aising consumer pi i< exported to ,i • rt i lions by 2 lo Premier --">! th was "Ii v importer ol E u, ita • atorj Uon I ol all w •• must ti .. lions ai -''.I C*. V.AKVIK rot Vmci in i'i| of U arned So< eties and re eive I the Elizabeth aj ||o ik l llow -hip He was %  ,! Profi ->r "i Ihi \ ea i 11 King \ -ii i State in %  162 MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT 104 N.E. 1st STREET PHONE 373-8432 ABSTRACTS %  ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE A DIVISION or Tnetican TITLE %  %VA\*n.t COsWatWr TT>Just a small revolution! .. • • **. %  Big Change! Now Tempo has good old-fashioned flavor! For the first time, there's a charcoal tip cigarette with good old fashioned flavor Tempo has a new rich tobacco blend.Tempo's filter has a section of granules bound together* plus a white fiber outer section. for taste too good to miss! New Tobacco Blend For More Tobacco Taste kr-*M*S Hit, i Cigarettes New Tobacco Blend in same attractive package



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Friday. December 10. 1965 Jp*lslinrr*ftor Page 9-A T Plans Weekend Conclave Dec. 17-19 A relaxed moment in he midst of an extremely tight schedule at Mt. Sinai Hospital's professor pro tempore program :n .rger\ is captured by (left to right* Dr. Victor Dembrow, -.-. airmen; Dr. Alfred Hurwitz. director of surgical services. Koroe: Nakayama. president. International College cf Sur:is and guest lecturer, and Dr. David Brezin. director of i'. duration at Mt. Sinai. The successful seminar was at week and attended by over 150 area medical men. SATURDAY fVf AT FONTAINEBLEAU Evening of Elegance to be Theme Of Ht. Sinai Hospital Annual Jubilee Ball OHH HOUU roots. f Ml l#X iit| '>( Elegance" ii if llounl Sinai Hoapisnnual Jubilee Hall Legal Fraternity Elects Officers n I luncheon i>f Phi Del fratrrnitv alui'ini ,.-n tr. following nee oflfcen i k rt H Butler president Utrsnu in firsl vice .1 lUn |hocketl sec i ; • tident Stanlej Kaplan, Michael llerron lecrc ^hpn clave providing both cultural en riehmnnt and cntartainmenl at the YM and V.HA of Greater Miami li < 17 to 19 I he condave will open officially on Friday night, at 7 30 p m with a tpeciaJ Sabbath tervice conduc%  > the '"•> i an I girls n presen mg i .ni< H ruoi high M hools On Saturday, noted national and wll speak to the men and women concerning U 'I the day Seminar mi and workihopi will take place Keynote speaker at the Saturday luncheon will be Herbert Mlltman, associate director of tnt National Jewish Welfare Board, wno will be coming from New York to Miami specifically to participate in the conclave. others on the program are .lack Gordon, member of tba Dadc > ounty Board of Public Instruction, and president of the Washington Federal Savings and Loan taaociatian, who will head the panel on "Public Education;" Mi.ton Friedman, of Miami, heading the panel. "Juvenile Delinqueney;" RabW Morris Kipper of femple Judea, leading the discussion on "Jewish Survival." Mrs. Bettj Urn Barbteri. director of volunteer sendees for the office ni Economic Opportunity, who win head a urmip cm "TinWar on Povertj The Saturday sessions will re CeCS lor dinner, to be followed by .i dance to the must< m a live oi chest ra Chug Ivri hears Noted Educator Kir-' meeting of the season for Chug Ivri, Hebrew-speaking group of North Miami Beach, has been of North Miami Beach was held Tuesday, 2 p.m it rempl< i ithoi Dr Joseph rbram recentlj returned from extensive visit in Israel [Jfe in I II m our liavs the facilities of the new "Y" 20m i' area site Conclave program is under the Sunda) will be > ited to athle-, aapervtefon of Mrs jane Carver tus with a variety of sports lneelor of youth activities for the planned for the lx>> s ami eirls at | Y Taking the family North* Go Seaboard family style! *amMn that travel together have the most fun c or a happy, comfortable trip, go the modern Seaboard Streamliner way! Reserve your reclining coach seats, or try a roomy ullman private room for tops in luxury travel The. children will enjoy their special menus in the omer and th wide-winoow views of America's ~itoryiand. There's even a Registered Nurse •board. And you'll like the refreshment breaks in our club-iika lounges. Remember, no raM fare is charged for your *oungster$ under five: up to twelve it's halt-tare Momlnfl and Anernoon Departures SILVER METEOR SM-VEn STAR Pvllman ind eoicd re'vat'0 FSI-aSIl onicee m r. r iir si. nm N w rw A, Mum. USS vvar>">oor. Av Miami Beacn i;0 s I tlifiAve M.aieaH. W Hollywood SIM* Hoirywood W J FICM G P A ..i WOOTI of coo"' • "• WAYS TO LOOK AT YOUR MONEY! GOOD! ALWAYS AVAILABLE Any I k al it, your money does more .. : .r you and your family ... when it is earnin;. ,, ted against loss in a • MI BEACH FEDERAL PASSBOOK! rds %  7---'\-~v' [FE DERAL • AV.NOS • LO c MAIN OFFICE I -cam Mad Man at Within|ton txnirt M I SS11 BRANCH OFFICES J5S •••kin'*" *• Ml mi • •*** 2 *""" ***** Seetevant. aMaetl IC ISSn SOt 71ltStrttt Miaou Itach it ISJ11 Wl 7 I41S 113)0 NW 7 Ml 1 Wit FAKKINQ AT ALL OFFKIS SHOP EARLY...MAIL EARLY n i s USE ZIP CODE



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Page 12-A *Jtwlst>ncrAM!*r neji \QjlOU9 s, ervices \Jltis njjeekend M% ii Lombardy Huitl, Orthodo*. ir'av • ,i in Mil AQUOATH ACMIM. 6306 Collins Avf >'• ,]., %  14., Mi > I %  n • AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION. 985 SW 67th Avt Oorthodex Cantor Israel Kershner. AGUOATH ISRAEL 7801 Carlyle Al. Orthodox Rabb. Isaac Ever ,j %  at. A %  i. Ill h.ll tlM Kll; ] .. : %  r||| I., *il %  MK with The %  ...... %  | Mod< rn Amen* i. ;." Mil P : CANDLEUGHTING TIME 16 Kislev — 5:10 p.m. TEMPI F OR OLOM Conservative T rr 6W ?r, St.. Miami"•' TFMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI r£ C.?y.; NE M ,M L h owJ Reform Rabbi Daniel M Lowy. JACOB c COHEJ co*uNrry ; ^^,^ .,., %  ., Waal %  % %  >' '. ISRAELITE CENTER J175 SW 1Mb St Conservative. Cantor Louis Cohen ,.-, md N:1i n m • • % % %  w a m %  %  n i :

v '"• "'• r N ........ Mahl '' %  mpla an 1 i -• i Mil cha,! Ua> i. ..,U IK III. -• <> %  -a MX '' B'NAI RAPHAEL -401 NW HSrd St %  ,""*" '".JV Conservative .Ub, Harold Richter bj M..I i Tempi, Saturday 9 a.m Bar£ ,. rn r mon Porali U --' i '• %  •' MKrvab Cantor Jack Lemer. i......i... Frldi • SVNAGOGOE. 1532 Washington Ava I Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H Starn. I p m Satm-da; • %  •• '" n: "FMucatl n I'M'I" %  • KNERETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrf.eld Cantor Abraham Seif. i.-. ,i, • da; I SO %  "i h" • in aja,. <•,-, ... ;. %  %  1.,. with .HI Paax" TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB M E 4th Ave.. H.aleah. Conservative Rabbi Maurice Klein. >•-. da) • • > • %  • Temi U I ST a-re a ...i, ..• Mi and Mi1-• m LUBAVITCHER M :NVAN. MO Waeh ,., ,„, p,.,..„,• M ington 4ll-aod.-, RaaW.At.ra ,. -r ham Korf. Cantor Erne.t Field. I.I, •' • M.AM, BEACH ITZ^CHAIM. 1544 Friday. December 101965 Coneerv.t.e •'?!"""" ger CantoBen D.cka4> I., : Nt. %  •' ..n ^ ... w r, c < Ti_i.-a i, >'!.* %  < !" "" ,-h.n." x'la. U.IH YOUNG ..RAtL'Sr MIAMI i BtACH • yj 44 Waaamoton *• Ortrnjaaa. • .„ Stttiv •• a ta. .1 ilrllM •' • Portk i IETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ava. Orthooox Rabbi Solomon Schift PTtdll) •: %  • :x 111 %  ng ip f. • Rlghu Mlncha '• : %  "i BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodon. Rabbi Berel Wein. • %  ETH JACOB 301 Washington Ava Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. f n Sn i., .• •.. in -%  • on ru. \... Old P a %  ETH KODESH 1101 SW 1th Ava Modern Traditional. Rabbi Man Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ban-Art. K' I'M' S ni' n Kv-B ••;, %  Mi • .I M'Ph i i -,„,k • III Iwaat th< %  mea: ... • .. • i.. %  ii. ~• • Stnf. Ii"" 'Purl ••! l.m ii : %  u l "well in l*i • BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION '3630 W. Dixie Hwy. Coneervative. Rabbi Richard Marcoviti. Cantor Seymour Hinkea. i •. d I \ .--. %  • I ; %  % %  I mi • %  %  : Beth MoalM alj le~ T:alin.f.r .) % %  > %  %  %  • v pa l Mrthodlal Ohurok Vftitti ill be) iriir> : I — a BETH RAPHAEL 1545 Jefferton Ava. Conaervative. Cantor Saul M. Brtrah. a BETH TFILAH. *35 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi '-"oh E. Rackovaky BETH TORAH o.in St. and N[ 11th : .i |,| < m •• turda; • ha -. ,. S.boo grad< l ..'• !• '" •''" ,l 1 rv %  • CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MIAMI. 1242 Waahingtor Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Roxencweig. Waahrgton Ave Orthodox. Abraham Straaafeld. a MINVONAIRES CONGREGATION 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. — • OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeai Weberman. lay ..SO Rome • %  '• |t|| ',..,. : m Mln. IIM 3 p m Rabbi TEMPLr r 2AMOSA 44 Zamora Ava p.m. FLAGL5R GRANADA 50 NW 5Ht PI. Conaarvative. Rabbi David Roe anteld. Cantor George Goldberg. Fril.i> %  CUeat. Ix>ul> -. bwartsman, • %  • im Bun au • '• Lsh Bduratlon T '" • nda In Ju i* r i "..hi n and Ira %  S< IWH poatlH r Mm ah, :ll i ondui i -• I i ,. with Hebrew hnol •imlini,acc (VNARDRLE Onoc Shabbal hoe**d b) Mr and Mm SKV LAKE SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 4* CnHlna Ava. Rev Cantor Sadi Nah Ml lead i' .. Mlnrha pm Saturday • .i in s. mi.n IiII nlni I "'•• 11151 NE 19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Louia Goodman PYtdtv S l' ] %  in Ones Bbabta I • l> m O al' tl l n n Tin MewaaatT* ..f th. Synnana-ue Rjibbl f> ilan i" h membera %  < I hi H> %  Oman '!•• T-I s* rmi'i "Prayar la i\ • A ; \l ix |..i 10 p in Jack 'iM-n and Iw and Mri p hen Saturdaj < M m Ml • in. a FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1S01 S. Andrewa Ave. Reform Rabbi Richard M. Leviten. Cantor Jereme Klement. FT. LAUDERDALE JEWISH CENTEMPLE A DAT Hl"v ESIH U RU N ConTFB S47 E Oakland Park Blvd. aervative 1025 NE 113rd St.. Miami Conlerr/tive: Chini" D.ckVon. p^e."I • %  ** gf^W *>1 S id.nt. Dr Jack L. Moer... cantor. ,4gJ f^' ~ .... ucaocm rn[uv oaon p, n >lrM ,v l'nitt-dl SviutaT>: % %  • k'ooth M< rl-rrt H m !" £*&*'E!.ZZ?7.r-."* T ld.n,. S.,. ; .,r CJJ.,.,rr TSV i apaalli nn *i"iith xnd the >>n aar.-iie Malurtta] I i Minrhk 5:IS ). m KrldH> :1.". r ni *^4t. " I .rn RaJbbl '".ri.se ill p > ym rmon "^n 1 ? "H? ^ a:) ^ato cr ? -noDx nni33 nv .inn -: %  i r T T "13 ova xrixu msa uxi 1 ? nn*D3i o^iaijpn cnnin K*? n-raa n-ar•. ntrrn n-nr II : • t i -: T • jry^ jjrT| rpa nitrna) Mswdi It is alreatly a tradition that at .ne Pk-ss<>vr>iperiod thousands of tmuiatl b(.->t .the beautiful surmundings iff Mssada. Between the salt city of Sodom and the tf£>eH Satis at Ein Gedi InK a cbYrYWirrinK chain of high, desolate. WrUMls of rock. Among them stands mil the peak of Masada Nature made it into the form of a fortress}, and hands of men Lesson nayn nwj -D'-X D'lr 5 ?? nppn'in •?& ncn na'3D3 D^'CS t a a • : .mxa .DiTO n'Tan—i*y fg /-ir]*v "Qiarrnxj^ D'l'^D mBrHV!, n3Z"D? T : Too T T I .D-xiDi D*aaii7 ovriai ,7\ra ^f pug DVi3 DJTT3 rnwa inix nr y3pn nx vs*707\ anx n*i .nsaa ... T •• • T : • nia ori-iin i^an .n:.;':an ,niain ,-\im paix inn *?v p^i 1 ? B'oon^ D'^iia nrl ta^ :x-t p\ ipra^ D*x!pn in-!3 ii msa"? Romans ruined the Second Tajmph? After a long war. a doom ed lost war, every one of the fight TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD 13S1 8. 14th Ava Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH 7500 SW ISBth 8t. Reconstructioniet Rabbi Morria Skop. r -|HM\ v |j |. •., S. i-rii. • Wh) Uaxhiia .. Wrong -., m Ba im on "When T % %  %  I o TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1735 Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavaky. Cantor Ernest Steiner. • —— TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. Frl !i 11:15 p.m s. nn. n "II. r I ., Jo* ['-,-. • • • ertoa OB Ki n aa fur Jowiab Bun \ .! — o TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM 16B00 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman. Krl'lay B:S0 p-en Harmon "Joaeph, Th. el ..f I-'-.ni Rasa i" RU hea ItiabtMM S;. .1 ill. %  .1 • %  %  k" • TH i Ion ae*rt i • i — • — TEMPLE BETH TOV. MM SW ith St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Z Glixman. I''..v :' and • '"• p m > %  imori Tnd. r III. W ,i in. iB.I I U.r a| naorod b) ;hcongresjal SnturdH> •• a m SYNOPS.5 OF THE PORT.ON OF THE WEEK VAY.SHLAH •And Ra.lxl died and was buried in the way to F.phrath t £ sanu• S nilHehcm And Jacob set up a pillar upon her Lrave" iCl.n 3519 20). VAYISHLAH Approaching the boundary of the land of Se.r whT^ h.f bn*her PI Ks a u dwVtt. Jacob prudently sent MM ^ng, r" ah,-ad to Inform EMHI Of hi. coming and of h,s wealth Th, n.estengers returned with the new> that BMMI >ll ** %  ine toward Jacob with 400 men. Terrified. Jacob divided his camp into Iwo -g'^i 0 ^ ,o ka> .U in the event of an attack %  '•*" .^'"Jl^ ^ %  armiMd <-od to -ve him from his brother Jacob cro £ anuel approached and wn-Ml.-d nh him At 'he end of the "tnieclJ K. angel decl.re.1 Th> name shall be called no more J. !" b bt.1 Israel, for thou has, striven with God and .th men. and hast prevailed" iGen 39 29' Thus encouraged. Jacob met K ^ u w no ^ h V^ ^and utmost deference Embracing, the two brothers kissed. £*. and wenreconciled Jacob journeyed on to Shechem Tb**B. 0M rape of Jacobs only daughter. Dinah, by the pnnce o< ****> led to th* vengeful destruction of Shechem by two of Dmah a br0, p 'r^*ding to BHh F.I. Jacob kept the vow he had madeJj return there On the way. Kachae. gave birth IOJKJ*. •••"- winnxN. *on Henjam.n But Rachel died in ch.Wb.rth and Ja cob buned her on the way to F.phrath. which is Bethlehem This raca^ntifv, •* tha Waattly Partial a* tha LM h aatractad and basad wa>a> "Tloa Oraphi. Hialary a* tha Jawiab Harltata" aditad by P. Wallman-Taamlr, $15 PoMif>>aT la ShanoxaM, erd tha vaJuma It available at 27 William St.. Naw York $. N.Y. Prattdant a* rtva aciafy diatribAftiivB tha ahmaa it Jotapte Schlartf. THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT %  Peace Must be Dear To Us-Like Breathing By RABBI RICHARD MARCOVITZ Bath Movhe Corvgraajation Although America has committed it>flf to a policy of all-out delBUM of the integrity of South Viet Nam. this MODtry is seeking methods of ending war and TEMPLE EMANU-FL 1701 WaOiing. ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lahrman Cantor Zvi Adler 11 da • • p -n I'ulph c loot, K.i'i Allan l: %  • .•f rnimi Kynaamam, ..( ,„ .t. .i-^ ~..i -nay <. H ni Rabbi rUlt! ,0 ,n WsjaWa. fW • hik'.. at n.. • TK. Weokl) llnej .>f lhi I'll.'. '• bunging peace TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml. AMI 137 NE Itth St Reform. Rabbi Joteoh R. Narot. I-V • %  in I'nUarlanIxm and Jixlai .i %  ., I !•' l. i I I .... II i. : „ ,1 u. v. IU bo rt'eota ; TEMPLE JUOEA. 3J0 Palermo Ave Liberal-Reform. Pabbi Morrn Kip Vattran ll per. Prld | • • p in .ind Ia*a — a TEMPLE MENORAH. a Tjth St Conaervative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowlti. prepare for war simultaneously as we plan for peace. This t w o • pronged policy of our country may find dittinftulahed precedent in the Torah. Our father Jacob is characterized as tabs! Marcavifi overtures be rejected We in the United States are doing the Him thing We offer te negotiate, but we continue to defend the land. When, therefore. Mil peace come to thi* troubled outpost in Asia, as wtll as to the rest of the world'' The answer is best illustrated by the -tory of the Savge wha> asked this very question: When will there be peace in the world? To reply ha* took the questioner to a brook and held his head iuder the water until the man Strugglad and fought his way to tha surface The sam thereupon 4id: "T%at ithe answer When man wants l ICE When he wants it as much as ynu wanted air; when he comes up gasping and struggling for peace When he will glre everyui.r.UH ll/ru *-. — .---— —a man of peace >et as he is about h, K *ithm himself for peace as Id meet his brother Esau, he you wenwilting to give everymakes elaborate military plans in hing for air Then man wdl havsj •TV IU31 >ai| CCl; VmwK. VB *• %  -. BeaajVjaaaaa* ( —— # %  a V. IJ II ers killed his wife and children TEMPLE NER TAMID soth st and case of an attack He extends his peace in irw world, and then himself, so as not.to fall ZttnEffi^'&SZnJZS: *** \ n ftjendship and brother tor Edward Kle-n into the hands of the enemy. This deed became a great sym bol — a symbol of Jewish courage — the tragic, obstinate and spe i lal in kind •II \ %  mini in aaTeaaBaaae>*ji atnu tMTjiuer I'ntil that day. v.c will have to bood, but he stands ready with tnlike our father Jacob, praparefj .„ u., ri men weapons should his peaceful for war. while seeking peace. Beth Moshe Has Member Party '•"• Paid-up membership party will Stern. Max Kroll. M,| Heller. Jo T :!l ***' r r,i '" l ay. a road leads to the foot j be held at the Monday evening Mpb COBM. Stanley Olatter, Merle '^" %  "'•^ Mil tht Ofasf* M; hill. There a youth hostel meeting of Beth Moshe Sisterhood Michael. Joel Daum. Stank> TBJB J "" R hl ""' : •en built. Over the paths lead ln j-eople Social Hall bor. Martin London. lister Rosen 'i fattanjl *PTod ol the P S >" • sk written by Mrs thai, Jack Lampart, Martha Mor i r""K ; eir mouths, a Burton Streit, president, will be' ^* n Com Sih.riim. 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Page 14-C •JfcnKf n*rMton Friday, December 10. 1965 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICI PRESTIGE OFFICE SUITE Miami Beach Twc Executive Offices, separate secretary's office, attractive reception room. Walnut paneling, carpeting and draperies. Mercantile National Bank Building, across hall from Law Library. Sub-let reasonable rent. 371-8653 Representatives of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation met with officers of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds during the recent 34th general assembly of CJFWF in Montreal. In photo above (left to righO are Stanley C. Myers, of Coral Gables, a past president of the Miami Jewish Federation, and five-time past president of CJFWF. meeting with Louis Weinstein, incoming Council president, while Sam Luby Jr.. this year's Miami Federation Presidents Leadership Award •. %  •inner, shakos hands with Louis Stern, outgoing CJr'. iident. In photo below are ileft to right' Arthui S. • of the Greater Mianr Federation: Mrs. Samuel Faiick, • retary of the Fee. Women; cr.J Mr. and Mrs. Sidney • co.. t cf the Miami %  ration. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \ ( ITII i: l> HKHKHY :i %  > x th. .. undi • ItnXDKI) KNTKRI'lllSBH i "" %  I.I-. ..v :.. I'.. v.l M I nl „•;.:,, .., Id nh the lerk II' i %  •( I d* I'ount) KR'IIAItn i: NORM w IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORH1Ai" PROBATE No. U761 C IN RE Rotate %  •! s. l. SKRU ITS I-. ..,-.-1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To \! • v Having Ctalnw or l • %  %  v Sii .M •.,-.. N .. | .,, hi %  i v not If I%  and .••and • iM.iTi.ihi. h you may ha< -;. .i. ~I-I:W l '"/ ,|.. %  • |..,,i. County, ri.-ii.i.i. %  • Hit..... I and |i %  • %  < \ i-H N NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \,.T|i*K IH HKRKH* ,;:\ i \ ih. % %  •' •!.-'• i ln<~ indn • ||, -, M ST l\i 111. ..< -ii. tin 1 i.-i i la l, .SI'I MINT Mil. I,I. HKNIO M M rSSKIN .... Jaw, |ihil • ML !•• • ; ., %  • • %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \, (TICK l> HKHKHY OIVI N (•HI' .. ini -ratI ih< f lltl""* i.( VMKKH' \s Rlill V \I:II:-I \ \>. ..• Ml .ml I • ri.ii ..f th* •• r. nil <-..nu • I '.. %  %  \l. ltl'HKN>TK1N i: i" •; IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTYFLORIDA IN PROBATE No M'29 IX UK i (Him %  • %  \ i.ii--' I.N NOTICE TO CRED'TORS III 1 • %  \ 'I • %  .' %  FLORID1 N 1 NOT Cl -O %  • %  • %  FLOI %  • E %  LEGAL NOTICI %  N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUBf IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. ^ FLORIDA IN PROBA E No oow: A IN IW Ball >. -I. SII M I'.U '" NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml '• %  '!' na i i ..• %  • • %  %  %  inanda hi.h you ma> ha< • i ..,,i. i'ounl>. I'l-" %  i (\>UDO Jll.lt. %  ••! II B" fil. u... name II dtiirtn ••!• and i .I.I.-.I in Sri lion II I'. I'" 1 "' %  *' Han, in t h. 11 %  ffloi %  In Ihi •' %  %  -..inih %  • -iin i-.'i "'' ''" %  ** %  raorrUi* n .1 ii,.flr-i pobrkOoi ii,., Hi. Bum iii IM ban I ., % %  : H I ,1a) %  •[ Aiuruat, \ I MM. .1.11. KH U \. I "\|l I 1\ I %  III, m\ nrnc I I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAM N. • • r COURT ~ 1 f'Mf N M %  .: II;. n h v %  i RI 1 NOTICE OF NTFNTION TO APPL V FOR CHANGE OF NAME Char, try N %  Mi \ IK II, Wi >N1 ,. i ..-.. -. \. %  • Mian i'i • i|int> -to thf H II \ I. • • • • %  11 A M %  i..> ..i Jui -1 ,••. IIr %  I %  HKI r i %  IX %  %  %  • I.I VI v\ I I %  • • I %  iN TE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANO FOR OADfc COUN FLORIDA IN PROBATE No S8919-A i x in: i • %  1 WK AT F M FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK i'! %  .IM.I .|. WAl.TEKK, \li.i. .\ i •-. \\/.i Ml. i i.. \ i..r r. Ill %  %  Hi. JAMBS H VVIHftK di-V : |l I ..-...: | .... Miami. Kl %  %  • i idi %  % %  • i •. in.l fllf ih, :•!-•. I •• .1 in Stt tlun .. Klortda CERTIFICATE or CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME U u i M AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA U.I. I' • HIKI.M ril Mitt BNT* .-H \|.|. i-OSIK Li:' '"I SUM \ Mi' ,N M KAN.N II.MKIMA II N Ml \.MI. ri.<.i:|M\. Ii K.VVAN ... v \ :' >i i r II %  I'l.v.l. l; i.i. \ %  %  %  |.|i ito lafill >l I • • %  %  %  M %  v %  s %  CE RTIFlC AT I i i CORPORATE D SSOLUTION IN THE NAMF AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA ... ~... — • n ii. M • %  %  \ I) ''M II \l< %  Freedom In Your Future % %  M i %  %  i Savings Bonds %  'I I I -..v. I •A KM I II \ |. I %  %  NOTICE TO APPEAR ISM ItANtnS • I I'oMI'AX^ • • -I. known '• • • i\i •i %  i lnMAS Hi. M.I I 'i loH.N K M|.. IVK f I. |A rrKKMU and w X\ l.'HHIN, ri. ia. • |Hr, and %  i nuMi, All unknown -i |nt. r*at, \ • '• -I •• %  • %  l.tialri %  %  r \ \ s r i i %  : N > i I s W \ 111 i |;K K %  11 •. • >. H I %  I %  %  ; I %  w \ i v\



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December 10. 1965 + hnist fhrWir Page 15. [emporary Affairs Lectureship linn for Third Annual Presentation ,1 Contemporary : tun drip L. ,,i f„ r Dec 20 ;•( the [i -., Hotel, according to ,,chairman of planning commit • ..! I.ador of Temple ip, sponsored by t, | v iml Jewish Fedoraendowed b> Sam Blank ;nor this leading niln.ral presentation." I>r Narot Mid. Announcement of the featured speaker at this > ear's lectureship, an authority on the contemporary Jewish scene, |a expected to be made soon. Serving with Blank and Dr Narot on the committee are Myron Behrman. Mrs Ruth J Dergei, Jerome Blank. Mrs Richard Brickman. Hvron Cherkas. Kdward Cohen. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Kink. Mrs. Ir\injr Kaplan. Mrs Jean C. I A -hnian. Dr and Mrs Ining I.ehrman. Joseph M l.ipton. Leo Mindlin. Mr and Mrs Stanley C M\ers. wartZHt Mrs Sam Simor.hnff. Louia SehFred K Essay, Art Test At Jewish Schools SAM HANK an. Harry Simonhoff Shochet and • Jewish l cation is two annual inti ireal i %  Mi i Iewish St hooLs The Na lional B ble I I this year will agaii ini ide three divisiona tor student-, between 11 and 16. Books nt the Bible to be included in the aonteat an. Exodus, Samuel H and Joel. The contest is sponsored nationally b) tlM' Department of Education and Culture of the Jewish Agency, administered locally by Ixuis Schwart/man and Herbert Zvi Berger, directors of the Bureau of Jewish Kducation. Applications and sample matenals have been distributed to Itudents of all Jewish schools. District finals will be held by written examinations at the Bureau offices on Mar. 6. Th annual essay art contest will b co-sponsored this year by the Bureau and the Zionist C sanitation of Greater Miar and Hollywood. Essay subjec include "What Torah Means Me," Ait subjects are orig nal n* erg drawings, sculpture, and objectrelated to Torah and rael Prizes for both the ess and the art contest consist of s lorabipa to ( .imp Judea and hoi on Jewish life Deadline tor the es.say-.irl i test has been set for Feb. 20. C< testants must be 11 years of a -or over and attending a Jew school of Greater Miami and H ly wood Applications and rules of I contests have been submitted students in all Jewish schools Coordinating committee of t Zmnist Organization consistIsaac Donen. Morns Simmon. ; Jack Alexander L we'll ship FLORIDA'S FINEST FRUIT anywhere in the U.S.! 1/2 bushel OtOO Shai • %  i '" '"'' e of riptree 1 fancy .< ipefruit. or as imenl II tl Ale re m the htioi '-so three8.95 bus 10.95 % %  .it assortments v. tl II dies, preserves. • • ... Pnces include delivery. lores Mir mm mm m mm A2B • |uai %  • 1 35 box. 1 35 ate 1 50 %  13'? oz box. 1.50 ED1 85 rted Miniatures made '• : %  1 .95 FANNY FARMER CANDIES for the sweet-teeth on your llstl w rr I *All AND PHONE ORDERS WELCOME, TO PLACE AN ORDER, CALL 377-9211 To call toll free. Hollywood to Pompano Beach. JA 4-2585 From Homestead. 238-1212.



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Friday December 10. 1965 -knlstHrrlrftor Paqe 3-A i Egyptian Jewry Vanishing Hartmon, of Miami Beach, roturns from Now ::e dedicated the million dollar Gus' .v.Hart' and WHA in Far Rockaway L. I built as a tn •• ludqe Gustave Hcirtmon. Left to right are resident of the new V. Mrs. Hartman hon • hm son Kenneth Hartman; and Jan Barl member of. truflteMas sin Will Lecture Sunday Maaain oftheUniPro! Maarin aaa itudiea] and i tj Miami, will bo gue*! taught m man> parti of tho world, tho regular Sunday iru lll(lin ., Mexico. Europe and N at Tempi,land Nort|i Afn(;i jml U;i ,. xhll>ltwl m in Art • wfl b,h.s th• thej could not booking prim to the deadline Imposed for departui e \> ci i dii : to these srrit als, there la no popular reeling against Jews despite diatribes against la rael both bj the Government and the Arab League Nor, the report continues, have Jewish community properties in Egypt been affected m recent > ean Tho Alexandria community con tinues to own apartment buildings and othor real estate It maintains ,i Jewish old-age home with 50 that a ei rally filled a refuge with '.w rooms for those w irhout tho means to rent loci and title Is retained t<> modern -.: ool buildings, built original]) to accommodate 2,000 students, as well ,itn sji rids, The number ol synagogues is too large for the size ol the Jewish commiimu but dailj services ara held m them, in rotation, so that nn question ol abandonment should arise Onl> :t7 Jewish chil dn n attend school in tinbuikl along with 800 Mosfc Wren with teachers ami a directoi nisfted bj the Ministr> ol lion, "A ith otilv oni Jewisl teat her in attendant • "The pressure on Jews is as individuals," the AJC report points out. In addition to expulsion, other harassments exist; government bodies and many nationalized industries will not hire Jews while private employers srt afraid to; Jewish businessmen live in constant fear that their businesses will be squestened; businessmen having to deal with the authorities must use an Arab intermediary. The older Jews, the report i %  -. seem to w ish to ine out ti ir lives in the land and ndli i !•> whu-h 'l t\v art m i i in fit-ling among thai For then I ypt IT* % %  pxpei '• %  i %  % %  leai %  die report st U Add a touch of color to your bedroom. Subtract: running, walking, climbing, rushing. and getting up at night. ....... v/il ^_lll'l'l',l/l,'.l *f the


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Friday. December 10. 1965 *4*/*/fcr**>/7 Page 3-B So. Florida Groups Gather at Beth Sholom Fcr Federation Session Wednesday Continued from Paa 1-B MrMichael Morsel. „ rs i,|..--:r..in MrflWaBJ Mrs .lack K Shapiro %  M S Knopkc lobOW, former national ,, f NFT8 and pa.t first i,i also aerved ... of itDepartment on •ip an.l Admini-tratiw Department on Ad: Judaism she was of UM Committee on %  i c tnd Commil i [>un PToMema \ i %  t of l Sistei lood, \l rs ll>'l i •. r\'rd in vai ious i i haii-mam • 11 esidenl in chai i SFTS Du Mi •'.' esl l -i i s c i sen til as l Ml pi ..ram and Hoilobow la .11' ation of .it .v id %  >• -< rved an 'tl its President* i in I in n U %  Board and Speaki %  ia member of the Mton "I the ConferWomen'i Organisational ember of tinNational t %  < nf Christiana and Jewi ntntnition toward inter religious unde rst anding, the Sis terhoods affiliated with the Nation ..I Federation of Temple Sister hood* conduct Instituti on Judaism for church womei designed :n acquaint them with the Inliefs. tradtttona and rituals of Judaism. More than 10.000 church "omen have i>oen guests <>f the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods .md it.local Sisterhoods at t Institutes \" %  itiea of the %  ita work on bell of the Wind student aid for binic stu i • n, brew I nion College .it :-h Institute of Reli contributions toward the youth actii itiea program ol its ps rent bod> tl e i nion of American Hebron Congregations, effortto Improve international retatkx and the publishing of various edu nal materi Dade Youth Given Citation Carol Taran At Ner Tamid Concert Jan. 8 Miss • rol Taran will be a I lure attrai lion at the leventh an %  of remple Ner l on Jan B at by lh Posnei cl Mi^ Taran ha • enter! I in supper clubs in Chica i Las Vi Miami B at h leading hotels She has been the feat ifiami Bea< h Ci\ic Symphonj and has sung leading %  in most of the Gilbert and Sullivan light operettes Mi-raran has also bean i<-.. lured In suck musicalas "Milk and Honey. Weal Side Story," and "Pinian'a Rainbow Barbara Lieberman 17. new n cretarj ol the Hade Y iuth Council and .. senior senator on Student < ouncil at Palmetto Senior High School, hareceived a merit award "' Dairj Council of South Floi nla The daughter "i Mr and Mrs Akin li Lieberman, 7248 SW 105th hi belongs tt> National Honor Society I'bi Hot a ("hi. science hon orary, and ainga first alto in Con> ert Chorus She belongs t-i French Club and l ps Jeunes Filles, girls' ser icommunit) sen ice chairfor Ta ol B nal B rit* (iiri.-, worked with South Dade nu : children at the Perrine head ojuarters and at the James E Scott Community (enter for unaerprti-ilege Negro children The Dairy Council has a conprogram to honor meritoriuus young people in Dade County Nominafioi s cat be sent to A Hd wards, UXM \\V 7th St, Miami \ KOSHER MORRISON-SCHIFF "THE GOOD FRANKFURT" HERV.AN PEARL BILL I %  NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 531-6811 MISS CAIOt TAIAN Beach Hadassah Group to Celebrate Chanuka and Henrietta Szold Birthday meeting! of Miami %  I HadaSsnh ;rou()s artslated Ball irtti Croup meeting will bo i. .on m the Algiers Hotel, ika gifts for all membei lent) students will preni .i v.a holidaj program. -.,ii Kaplan is chairman of nd Mi low i'ii Myei • i%  $h,kxna Croup meeting at noon Hotel will IMrsi| h ,, Hadassah film \ A lira Michael Fein %  %  • Fort Tower* 7 30 p m meeting Id m the coffee shop, uin I eller presidi >l Blum will give a i Laiarea Group I ting in i.-tt ral. Norman*rll in' conducted bj Hi : president Heri Croup member Iwim: aToday is Mother's What will your husband say about our handsome new jar and can? Day memher luncheon ischeduled for DOon in the Honey Pitta Hotel. MrAlt)'rt 0 Levin will give a hook review MrHilton Wainberg is president • • %  Brandis Group will meet at the FontaineMMU Hotel lor a prefounderday luncheon in honor of Henrietta Ssokfa hirthd> l're-nl iuffl includes Meaxhunea EUaabetk Sti %  a< h. Helen l.ip-on and Br. i %  • ~ Stephen Wi* Group luncheon meeting, at 11 30 a m at the l a. lei, will ibbi s-d Landau lest Dellei ion and Aids 'i.i-m v.iii offer t hanuka pro. i am Mrs Mam Mintua la lent Esther Group noon luncheon at the Waldman Hotel w!l feature I e ft Chanuka Mrs Hattie Safir is pn udenl Bay Harbor Group M ill meet at the Singapore Hotel for luncheon Sl 1 1 an a m MiHenr> H Wef nick, guest ipeaker will conduct ., i dlehghtin %  Mr.1 I-., itein iint udent. Hinni Senesch will meet on da) noon at the Algiers Hotel .• founderdaj celebi ation of Hem today < hairman oi the da> iMi Harn Kroll, and MiSylvia Kurland la president Morton Towers Group WlB have ., i hanuka Festival at i p m on Monda) in the Morton To i era Res int On "/e Inesda) I i ronp v ill celebrate founders da) at the UVilit Hotel 4< Grcat coffee, Honey. > the day tor a tasty. i low .aoi.disn%  • %  • ,ial horm % % %  %  • •.. a nd texture. and iar Young Israel Meeting Saturday \ 'i i.ti ran chaired n\ I Fink led 1-iael ,i. ati Mian i n S iturda). s p m In I • Rabbi Sherwin Staubar is spi ritual leadei ol v ael with Harr) I • rnei lenmj i denl 1 It'll probably never notice Yuban's bright new look. But that's a man (or you. All he thinks about is flavor. A happ) coincidence: Vllbon takes the world's finest coffees, adds rare aged Colombiun coffeesand blends them \% ith no thought but flavor. Every sip a sirochal Ko*her Pjreve > 5 N I. firm Opens Ofiices Harold A Rosenfeld and Sam H ,.| aiuKiiii i openin A offlteJ under the n : \, %  .. %  ; Realtors, _m 7i-t Sl Miami Beach K Certfted koslll K I'AKN E (


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lev, December 10. 1965 *H/$f fhrlii^r Page 11-C luman Rights •ogram Slated • Lenl executive director Ihc i>. nil' County Community L i Be end Dr /.<"• Ko |n. who holds graduate de law and int< oal affairs, will I* featured ai the Human Rights Daj i ,ii the it) "i Miami Pub 8pm • will peak on I el i i i Ko an ".-I 11 e i j. %  i : Miami enl imbil II \ i Pitl In .in K > i will servi as • teach Hadassah |Grcups Meet %  lay noon at tht W5 Arch er K. j ti no Mai i • I \ II.D %  : rj SI i s, I %  • \ \ : V Way la Grow i kii i Groui • n paid up meinbd %  he Mrs Max Raskin idcnl i I m I I A Peldman Welcomed ct Menorah %  %  i %  • i %  %  yea I it life's v .i in Hi' fit \n I • anti r FeMman -••! ved first I %  the Isra< l Ipcra I ompan; I pon settling in the S( les In \\ ;il > :> % %  il) I ooki 'i foi oncetl app i am es SENIOR CITIZENS! Non-Stop Aeronaves de Mexico Super DC-8C Fan Jet Flights MIAMI-MEXICO %  %  %  %  • M Me> li %  %  • See .. ent cr cll AERONAVES MEXICO Mexico's largest airline 190 Si 3rd Ave • MiMi • TRanKIm 7 2391 ..•'OPf. %  ion'II like the aeronstcs de Menco non stop flight* from Muir.i to Madrid, too CANTO* N/CO ftlDMAN nccrl .1 evoti his • • %  i %  I l Mr ; I n hool IlimOIS AVENUE. ATLANTIC CITY. K L i*iti return year after year for many reasons — SUPERLA1 IVE KOOU served in Gracious Air Condttii ned Rooms— Q I 'I 1 -..irment ProgramLovely Lobbies Cafe MJison r R<- t PAN! 'RAMIC VIEW of OCEAN and BAY Irom SI N ) K ->d Sfl.ARH'M on 14th Floor. 60% of our roonvs bairsj B View-Many have) TV. Few have air conditioning they t need it. Location is tha Heart of Atlantic City's Resort, Amusement and HsoppiBg Area. Use The Madison B l^issaflssj I %  eh Montli Year Round TO THK BAalAMAi • I S. i •as* Guard \i>r..>-i anil rtrilini. Hahamaa reeorl rentrr. PHOM 523-7090 Castaway Cruita. • CHEVRON MARINA MSM s a ins ssrtat C H H WI'ST. %  tsiSiiSisi Ask Yasar Tra%*l Asyasw — or Catrtsxt lor MEMORIES youjj.never'forget "foTEXCITEMENT every moment of your vacation tor X0CH1MILC0, a highlight of yo*f trip I for IRRESISTIBLE pleasures of your / sightseeing expeditions / / Nor CHARMING curio shops rdnT witrHari ^ \ v for OLE! : vacation Ba'sa Hotels offers you Hn widest choice of hotel iccommodal MI BALSA HOTELS HfllCO C:TT It rafSIKFlf • MAM ISBfl • Btl M00 • llfftt aCiPUlCO: W. HKSlMlIf • TUP TSICO: WSiC* Dt U MISIOI MfRIDti SUR'Da COZUalUi tl WSlMlTI (I98) JAlAPAi SUSi VM tlRMOSIia. Sit AUUTS MOTOR HOTEL ISLA MUJlStS IUH KA^lIniSUS) I J" i" i fl tot iBlo"atlon see your travel agent or any Sheraton Hotel For an Exciting JAMAICA VACATION THE SHOP EARLY MAIL EARLY USE ZIP CODE ^^^ y HOTEL r 18$! Gather round'' for fun on the beach or In e sparkling Caribbean waters Pleasure and lelaxation in the glamorous outdoor indoor Cocktail Lounge ... on the Candlelight Terrace for delightful dining So —"Gather round"' for a Jamaica holiday —go sailing —sightseeing, speedboating play tennis swim golf fish ... or just plain relax. Write today for colorful folder and rates off stf rouff TffAva AGENT



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Page 8-C y*i& Ih-rMi**r Friday, December 10 Jewish National Fund honors Mr. and Mrs. Morris Minov at a brunch in honor of Mrs. Minov's recent recovery. The function was in conjunction with the MA Ami Development Dinner held Sunday evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Left to right are Zev W. Kogan. chairman of the brunch. Mi. end Mrs. Minov. and Judcre and Mrs. Morrn Benck. President of the Beach Bar Association. Judge Berick was guest speaker. Palm Beach Breakers Hotel Yields to U.S. Civil Rights Act, Drops Anti-Jewish Policy A Palm Beach hotel under Fed eral investigation for denying at commodationa to Jews will yield to the Civil Rights Acl and "fol i a non-discriminatory policy in the future," the i s Department ci Justice ihu week informed the %  Defamation League of B'nai Judge William I. Pallot. chairman : • • Florida Regional Board Development Unit Names Assistant Howard Klein has been named itanl director of th< \ ai ; : -; ital Devi lopn this we< k by I Dunsky. fui ectoi i '1 far the %  jeai .i com muni t> wide n for funds to offset the deficit ;t %  n's ting I • v N • : %  ol ADI.. said the response came in inswer to a League complaint, the (list filed under the Civil Rights Act of discrimination in public accommodations on religious grouri The complaint, filed on March by Arnold Forster, ADL general counsel, with the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice, charged the Breakers Hotel with "following a pattern or practice of rel ; .7oui discrimination in violation of Title II of the Act." It cited the hotel for adhering to n> consistent practice ol denyn _• accommodations to Jews" and I John Doar assistant atf >i • eral in (harge of the Civil : Is Division, : civil at • %  'against tru Bn "to nate the discriminator) prac tices In a letter to Forsti r, D thi Di part men) of Just • nvesti • ti % %  fi s.l Mai %  • Inc owns thi Breal The n •: that li is now • %  ie to kl : • Motel, to provide services, facilities and accommodations and to serve food to all persons on an equal basis without regard to religion, national origin, race or coloi ." The League complaint was documented with the results ol i "dual letter survey" undertaken by the agency to test the guest admissions practices of the Br.-.ik era Six sets of paired li tters, one in each sel signed b) an individual with a Jewish-sounding name and one -i.i i n individual ith %  "n Jewish" name, wen tel betwet n Novi mix i IBM and Januarj. nxa Each set was sent at approximately the same time and requested similar accommodations. In every case, the individual with the Jewish-soundinq name was denied accommoda tions while the request from the prospective guest with the nonJewiih sounding name was filled. Foi rter said the teat was n %  del riethei the Breakers, which had policy ol • the plying lau tccord • %  %  nati nal si i bj the tnti [i L \ • %  • | |, %  has %  c %  ri by • i in 1 • %  • %  s %  nei • %  %  IS %  Aged Horr.e Forming New Club for Men AM date inti Ihe Jewish Home foi .V!',' 1 %  '"' •"" i ith K. Weinl li nt i ro tem v nixation • held 24, other t |r 1 '"' r wen Artie Kra vice pn Israel, secretar) treas u Approval for formation of the Men's Club was given bv lh JHA ho.rd of Erectors at its Oct. 24 meeting. A! organJjjjtion in addition to officers -•ere Louis Bn ill i S Robert H rach, and \i Kopelowiti Home executive lau %  p, lirector, Arthur Kali-h idvisors •'I the Men's Club ipected to be early in January. i e J wish Home for thi \ ia l.i nefii arj Iter Miami Jewish Federation an I the ti Fund Corcmstf ee Advancing Plans Here For Sciis'arshfp Dinner of Mesivta Sunday First i immittae meeting to* tl>* fifth ai nnal scholarship dinner o| the Mevta "I Graale i Miami was held s u n d %  > B 30 m %  •* ,hc \ Ion Kd Ifembara of the committee discus IOI ihe UUUH i sched loi Dec 13 at the PonUine; Hotel H.man Ga but, chairman of the dinner, declared that "the Mesivta is the only Hebrew Fnqhsh boys high school in the entire south." Students are drawn from various South American communities. The two Koshe Veahivaa, Rabbi Milton Simon and Kabbi Abraham Groner, addraaaed the Sunday breakfast meeting. Also appearing at the break fast were Mr and Mis Charles KAlb. Mrs Samuel Zaager. and Mr and MM Max Cohen, quests of honor for the fifth annual scholar ship dinner. Mr. and Mrs Cohen honored revt-ntly by the Jew.-li Theological College of Cliieago. Serving uith Galbut on the Dinner l ommittcHare: la) |!, %  i Sam i li 1*1 nl %  %  • I i h r %  %  lltt-hi I 1 Kultlri K > ii % %  • %  •' %  N Hoc li % %  M >%  •.-. v. Ulmn |. iu.nl. I MfBI Hju-k... RaA*H Ur. i %  -i. HI--.II">: -i.,. |W itUra Mnn la Hau k, J-. %  -., win .-'. hei her, WIT** S „„, I i -. baptru, Qiimd -• I Ri J • %  -v.. ~ .:.. rr -. • Sim.li. I.ld.irr >-f-4lr -JLiaJu. Sea .. \ ILI.M TJu,..' J^9.K.C i • i • Ooidka r • • I...I %  :..',!,.... %  .. u iVli.-. w M.rn • J... 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