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The Jewish Floridian
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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 25, 1966

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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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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University of Florida
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Full Text
"Jewish Flaridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ne 39 Number 46
Miami, Florida. Friday. November 25. 1966
Two Sections Frice 2Zi
'assion Play
?ovcott Gets
>ig Impetus
K'EW YORK (JTA) -- An ap-
L| l(" a world boycott of West
L v Obermmergau Passion
a\. to protest a refusal by the
Mage players to discard their "in-
|.. anti-Semitic text." was en-
here this week by 11 lead-
rs poets and other cul
;onalities.
oined with the American
kui-li Congress in that appeal at
conference in which they
i thai the teachings of
L \ Juan Council seemingly
|. been lost on the residents of
bi m rgau." The villagers,
)m re ihe players and sponsors
the Passion Play, presented ev-
j ten years, rejected last month
[op.....I alternatives to the pres-
\i\ scrip) hich portrays the Jew-
people as the killers of Jesus.
The 11 cultural leaders were
ilaccb Glatstein, the Yiddish
poet and novelist; critic Irving
Howe; novelist, Leslie Fiedler;
britic, Alfred Kaian; Nobel Laur-
eate, Stanley Kunitx; Arthur
Her, Nobel Laureate in drama;
Hawrict Samuel, novelist and
historian; critic, Lionel Trilling;
ittor, Eli Wallach; novelist, Elie
Continued on Pago 9-A
New Gains for Nazis
Are Scored in Bavaria
MIXtD fltUNCS IN PSfSS P4G 11-4
KURT GfORG KIESINGIR
no other candidoles?
BONN (JTA) A revival of
an aggressive form of German na-
tionalism was foreseen in political
circles here following the capture
by the extreme rightist National
Democratic Party of 15 out of 204
scats in the Bavarian legislature
as a result of Sunday's state elec-
tions. Leaders of the party had
predicted they would win 14 seats.
The National Democratic Party
considered as a neo-Nazi group
obtained in yesterday's elec-
tions in Bavaria at least 10 per-
cent of the total vote. This was
considered here a very big vic-
tory, especially coming after the
success of this party in the Hesse
state elections two weeks ago. The
fact that the neo-Nazis gained such
strength first in Hesse and now in
Bavaria despite the fact that there
is still no unemployment in West
Germany, is taken as an indication
that neo-Nazism is gaining more
and more ground in the country
Former Vice Chancellor Eric
Continued on Page 11-A

FOR DINING OUT
By MAX LERNER
The remarkable thing about the '
case of Kurt Georg Kiesinger. the
candidate of Germany's ruling
party to form a new government,
is that it should ever have come
ishkol Says Invasion of Jordan
Was Meant as Warning to Syria
UN Bl/ND TO PROVOCATION PAGE S-A
Orthodoxy
Denounces
Dr. Belkin
NEW YORK (JTAl 'ill.;
Rabbinical Alliance of America,
an Orthodox group, denounced
this week the participation of Dr.
Samuel Belkin. president of Ye-
shiva University, in a dinner of
the Synagogue Council of Amer-
ica, at which he was honored. The
SCA is the only national religious
group representing all three
branches of American Judaism.
Participation of Orthodox rabbin-
| up. Granted that Ludwig Erhard the price for his bumbling and be ical and congregational agencies
is through, toppled by his own replaced. The question remains in ,he S(A has ^en the subject
..... ... of intermittent debate within the
party comrades, done to death for however: why by someone like Qrthoa-ox community
whatever reasons and by what- Kiesinger, with the kind of ex- j
ever agency. Granted that he wasi Nazi taint ,hat rightly or wrong |
an inept politician and must pay j ly will stick to him?
Surely the Christian Democratic i
Union has other available candi-
dates for Germany's top post. They
had Gerhard Schroder, the foreign
minister, with an icy sharpness of
mind, a store of experience, an |
ability to command. They had Wal-1
ter Ilallstein. with his great Com-
mon Market prestige. If they did-
committec. Yosef Serlin, speaking j n't want Atlanticists, they had the
HOW THE PEOPLE LET LUDWIG ERHARD DOWN
Why is Germany Picking a Nazi?
The Rabbinical Alliance state-
ment, signed by its president.
Rabbi Abraham B. Hecht and
published as a paid advertise-
ment in The New York Times,
declared that it was "shocked
beyond belief" by the fact that
"the rabbinic head of Yeshiva
University" would accept en
honor "together with the heads
Continued on Page 2-A
for the opposition Gahal Party, dc- able head of the Bundestag or
JERUSALEM (JTA) Prem-1 Syria would turn every house in clared his factions unreserved German Parliament Eugen Ger-
ler Levi Kshkol told Parliament; Israel "into a grave." l,et it be
his week that "God is my witness I clear, the Prime Minister declared,
nat we do not want bloodshed to that the Jordanian raid was a
i on mi both sides of the border," warning directed as well to Syria.
kit "Israeli blood is no less than
Continued on Page 7-A
stenmaier. or the Gaullist inclined
Continued on Page 10-A
hat in any other."
Addi. sing a session on Israel's;
I Id against Jordan, the
I minded the house of
I incidence of border
J n Jordan. He quoted a
Ihe Damascus Radio that
p FOR MAR. 4
\Gurion Will
Visit Miami
On U.S. Tour
JERUSALEM (JTA) For-'
11 Premier David Ben-Gurion j
'" begin his forthcoming visit to i
he United States on Mar. 4 and I
P*nu ten days there.
He will address five large pub-
meetings in New York, Chi-1
f*W. Philadelphia, Los Angeles
N Miami He also will attend a;
tnai Hi ah conference in Wash-:
Won
: 'he trip is being made under j five-day 35th General Assembly of
Auspices of the United Jewish Ap-' the Council of Jewish Federations
|1*1. but Ben-Gurion also will and Welfare Funds closed here
Pi with plans lor the develop-1 with the adoption of resolutions
I1 *M ci Israel's Negev during his' on a wide range of problems fac-
ing American Jewry' and with the
Jordan Asks for Economic
Sanctions Against Israel
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) condemnation of the attack of Nov.
The Security Council resumed de- 13; 2. an expression of "grave
hate on the tense situation along concern ,!u. failure of Israel to
Israel's borders with a demand by obligations-; 3.
Jordan thai the ( ouncil invoke
economic sanctions" against Is- decision that the act was "a
rael for its reprisal raid across the *}?**** 'V1.!!*V"*\..'." '-! Cha,^'r
Jordanian border on Nov. 13.
Mohammed BI Farm, permanent
representative of Jordan to the
United Nations, called on the
He said the Soviet veto of a
resolution at the Security Coun-
cil on Nov. 4, asking Syria to
strengthen its borders against
terrorist raids into Israel, had
aggravated the problem because
it made Ihe Arabs "think they
can get away with anything, in-
cluding organized murder." He
pointed out that Israel had re-
peatedly exercised patience,
"but even the greatest patience
can come to an end," he de-
clared.
only speakers for the Commun-
ist Party and Haolem Hazeh. a
fringe party, dissociated them-
selves from the raid All other Council to include five specific
parties voted for a Government measures in any resolution it
motion to discuss the question in adopts. The measures were: 1. a
and the Armistice Agreement
4 a decision that the act "consti
tutes aggression under the provis
ions of Article 39 of the Charter";
and 5. a call to United Nations
members to "adopt measures for
Continued on Page 9-A
lOUIS 1. FOX
takes helm
LOUIS FOX ELECTED TO THE PRESIDENCY
Ik
CJFWF Winds Up General Assembly
economic cmsn looms ... not -*
I.OS ANGELES (JTA) The
and overseas agencies. resolution emphasized. It recom-
One of the major resolutions I mended that absorption programs
election of Louis J Fox. of Bait.- adoptpd by ,he Assmb|y stressed to bring immigrants to self sup-
more, as president. Morris Glasser, ,he urgency 0f the needs of Jewish
port should be greatly intensified.
of Chicago, was elected chairman, communities overseas and urKed | especiallv in assisting ,slacl ,0 ab_
of the Urge City Budgeting Con-1 that these communities be pro sorb mope ,han 2W)(m newcom.
ference, which is composed of 23 vided "intensive and massive aid. i ers Such wclfare he, vocation.
largest Jewish welfare funds re- "The needs are sharpened by Is-!
viewing the budgets of national rael's current economic crisis." the Continued on Pago o-A



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FOR ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE
Feiffer Dips Pen
In Rights Picture
by Special Report
II the -<'n is mightier than the i
Lword, s the cartoon mightier
khan th( cudgel? Is satire stronger
[han seraon?
These ire the questions whose
knswers are attempted by the1
\nliIH- nation League of Bnai
I'rith > i> publishes "Feiffer on1
Civil Rights," a collection of the.
fivil ghts cartoons of Jules,
eiffer
"Fei"er, says Bayard Rustin
j in a ft reword to the book, "is
the mster of the comic epiph-
Lany, c; that dramatic, illumin-
[ating ~ioment which is both
Ihumortos and a more effective
noral (tmment than any sermon
|one c<- imagine."
-is devastating critique
ainu against prejudice of all
k Is ainst anti-Semitism, rac-
negative "isms" which
|i ; el been cut out of our
I
anel, he has two soror-
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pwish pplicants. Anti-Semitism
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do you handle it now that
they've been judged 'not guilty'?
"We simply tell them it doesn't
apply to us. After all. we don't
take Catholics either."
Feiffer was deeply involved in
the civil rights struggle before it
became fashionable. His cartoons
anticipated many current attitudes
in the struggle black power and
the backlash, for example and
he was a pioneer in pointing out
the complexities and hypocri-
sies in some white attitudes.
Feiffer's ability to pierce
pomposity and scathingly reveal
the kernel of an attitude is dem-
onstrated anew on each page of
panels. Many cartoons which
Feiffer devotees will recollect
from years ago seem to have
new meaning in the light of to-
day's developments.
Both Rustin and Feiffer attack
the double standard as it exists
today in the minds of many the
Southern racist. "Mr. Whitey
Backlash" (one of Feiffer's favor-
ite characters i and some liberals.
"On the one hand." Rustin
writes, "the society is to go on
being as profoundly violent as it '
is. proclaiming that it is still nee-.
essary to recognize force as the
supreme arbiter in international
life and power as the decisive fac-
tor in the domestic economy. And J
on the other hand, these same '
people advise the Negro, who has
suffered the very worst this na-1
tion has to give, to be non-violent,
i.e., better than anyone else."
Neither the civil rights lead-
er one of seven who recently
came out against the black
power militants in a newspaper
advertisement nor the car-
toonist is an advocate of viol-
ence, and Rustin points out that
Negroes, "this 10 percent minor-
ity of the American population
has created the most effective
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since the time of Gandhi."
Finally, Rustin finds Feiffer's
success "a triumph of the white
liberal tradition."
"As long as we can talk hon-
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hope of an integrated movement
which will literally make a new
America." he remarks.
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expressed interest in putting out
a collection of Feiffer on the civil j
rights theme, the artist himself:
insisted that the Anti-Defamation
League be the sole publisher on
a non-profit basis.
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Volume 39 Number 46
Friday. November 25. 1966
12 Kislev 5727
Dual Morality At
The United Nations
Un.ted Nations condemnation of
! el demonstrates once again the
! level of morality of this organ-
Son. We will not again belabor
".'.; obvious reasons behina Israel's
asion of Jordanian territory. The
itary action came after Israel's
Bimply gave out. There
. no other alternative.
Neither was Israel's patience
jght to en end by the repeated
b attacks across her borders and
slaying oi Israeli citizens. This
:'nt have been bom* further
t :ep\ for the astonish'ng attitude
: the Security Council which, in
iace of the threat of a Soviet
-. o, simply could not get together
:.-. a stern warning to t'.ie Arabs to
g an end to their terrorist ac-
f
The sheer poss t such a
rning brought an ant:eicatorv
.an warning before the United
lions that it would regard any
urity Council wordina in these
- -is as provocative. As o consequence, the
United States, Great Britain and France fell
[1 into line and advised both sides to refrain
from further skirmishes.
Then, after Israel acted in behalf of her own
rise, the Arabs howled and the conscious-
s powers reacted. Hence, the condemnation.
;.: of mid-week. Jordan was even demanding
e::nomic sanctions cgainst Israel.
Precisely what is our State Department
voecring of Israeli patience and her national
integrity that it refuses to suffer here at home?
T..e answer to this lies in our own commitment
is Viet Nam today, where the U.S. is going
.- alone in the face of qlobol opposition be-
:. j=e our government believes it is acting on
; sacred' principle.
3ut Israel is expected to shun principle
c.-.d not thousands of miles away, but right at
.-: me, at her very borders, which she ;s in
-t being told can be violated whenever the
Arabs choose.
world boycott of West Germany's Oberammer-
gau Passion Play in protest cgainst a refusal
by the village players to discard then in-
tensely anti-Semitic text."
The signers added: "Regrettably, this eve:/,
can not but call into question the claim that
somehow there is a new Germany with a new
spiritual and intellectual atmosphere. That
spirit seemingly has not found its way into
Oberammergau. and we are forced to wonder
where else it has not found its way."
The election results in Hesse last week
where neo-Nazis wen eight seats in the Parlia-
ment, make it all the more necessary as
does the National Democratic Party's latest
successes in Bavaria on Sunday.
German Bigotry Not Dead
Not so long cao, the Vatican Council meet-
..-.:_ in Rome was hailed by Jews everywhere
removing the charge of deicide against
Jews leveled by the Christian Church, a charge
fox which for almost two millenia had caused
i: much suffering to Jews in Christian Europe.
But it seems that the inhabitants of the
Western German village of Oberammergau.
ho have been presenting the Passion Ploy
regularly every ten years, have not heard,
a else have deliberately ignored the decision
c: the Vatican Council and are about to pre-
sent the Passion Play according to a script
which relies heavily on a depiction of the
Jewish people as the killers of Jesus.
The bigotry of the Oberammergau villagers
becomes even more evident when it is re-
called that they rejected last month a recently-
::und Passion Ploy text written in 1750 by a
Zenediciine monk. Ferdinand Rosner who, ac-
cording to a report, "uses allegorical figures
to depict the fight between good and evil, but
cvoids restcting the charge of collective dei-
c.de against world Jewry."
This rejection of the Rosner text led the
ttiay's director, Hans Schwaiqhcfer, to resign
as head of the scheduled 1970 performance.
We therefore applaud the action of the 11
ing American authors poets, playwrights,
critics c::d actors who last week joined with
t.-e American Jew -n calling for a
uring the week
...as i see if
by LEO MINDLIN
CJFWF General Assembly
The 35th General Assembly of the Council
ct Jewish "ederotiens end Welfare Funds in
Lcs Angeles last weekend w is, '15
delegates from our own community s Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
CJFWF is the overall organization a! federa-
tions and welfare funds throughout the nation.
The General Assembly tcok up a variety ot
important issues relating to the welfcre activ-
ities of Jews across the naticn. including fund-
raising; the "new" economy, particularly as it
relates to employment, inflation, social security,
health need*, and how voluntary agency pro-
grams fit into thesp chcngina conditions in
Israel, especially in immigration and the aus-
tere economy; and the impact of Medicare on
Jewish hospitals and aged homes in the U.S.
Of particular importance were workshops
sunounding considerations in the improve-
ment of Jewish education, with the General
Assembly zeroing in on CJFWF recommenda-
tions relating to quality and relevance to con-
temporary Jewish life. The CJFWF concern
here is easv to understand. Without o tradi-
tionally-oriented Jewish community in terms of
culture and heritage, there con be no mean-
ingful Jewish future.
In a larger sense, the Los Angeles gath-
ering served as a forum for Miami delegates
to cir our community problems, hear the prob-
lems of other communities a>red, and learn
from o variety of distinguished experts in the::
fields how our Federation and Combined Jew
l Appeal may aspire >o even higher le.
of success than the last few years hove u
i are within reach.
ijistory distorts the events
it chronicles Carlyl A
thought that historj
consequence of hi
w ho rise to the i
mighty situations
them a- i v
personalities. Tolst
that history is the ebb
flow of human
that tho-e who lead tl
are themselves sub ihe
least whim of the tide. Hence. Napoleon, for example, .
he did at AusterliU because he was plagued by a hea
his disaster at Moscow grew out of a series of happenir
a cold ne was suffering played the central and deciding i
There are as many view.- of history as thin.' are criti
servers. The absence of unanimity of definition presupi
evitability of distortion. No less a minor and even hum
- the Mayor ol Miami Beach. He appears in the Sept 4. 19
of The Sen York Times Book Review [extreme
ustrations for a-, article entitled "Domi
t> which discuss America's Politi lies
K ... bj Stephen Hess. With the Maj ir ir '
Delai tti I Elei o Ro elt \
v n his sister, ... lin Jr.. Jai les and J hi R
,.. ,th -
The photo breal excitement
sigi ificai .and America's n
stinguished Pi sidenu a man turned the tid
the people it ing Elliot
,' : 5 turned tow I pi
Ii a familj ith wl I ned in I
events
e
THE ILLICIT USE Of THE GHETTO
THEN ON MONDAY the Miami Herald, the young
h the image of A if indeed we ever h i t
to the fore as Maj >r of Miami Beach it: a lo
involving i jedlj at 1 :
for Miami B< i sw city n Robert
i side bj the significance of both
sad humor lies prei what can histor>
is the Roosevelt in I
most power! fa -. the m
vor of Miami Bei ugnt in the tn is net
the compa which the Ma;
suffer. There are his each of whom must
future view if conl tuman affairs
oter compared I i the tillery that weir hi-
Hence, it is not only because local government is
i the despicable trough ol polii al experience
;el the Beach's odi i hment ol I
- tch .'i public oceanfi int to the selfish private nt
bine led bj .. tared lameduck cit;
i ing storewindow's thefl bj South Miai
elected of! als right at this verj moment
icum of
. .. (907 82 part) ex| ense aci iuni to la). joni is thi
. New York Times photo depicting the glo
who roared at Martin, ind Pish, and who I
- with caricatures >. his dog Falla.
Neither are the confusions of history coi
me Take the sociologicall} le use of the word, -
relation to our nation s Negro communities I here ice as
.i angr) a lb tati of this usage as I can n
.'.!- Jewish 1: it- hi-ton was ignoble, it was,
; xically, nobli ther example
The ghetto was Christendom's psychotic reaction I
It was Christei lom's put men! of indept it *-as
n's angry containment of th .. eople, who-'
- w< lu Idi sted on their pagan souls.
they had been free ami unfettered, r\o<\ they were
of the church through Judaism, to what Matthew An
i! Hebraic sin By this, he did not mean subse
ti ines ol trig i al sii but the moi
hi and wrong. For men whose existence was pre\
tic love and < uty and war. the concept that i
hei rd be res to an antropomorphic i
... i : unish and reward w is a si
leed
GHUTO WAS SOT THE SHAME Of THE JEWS
I^OT THAT EROTIC !o\e and beauty and war haw
" to mark the world of Christendom as the) have
Jewish included. But then has been the C'h: isf.nn a ll ipt
need to repress these characteristics and to substitute '
ing toward "higher' things. Hence the need. also, to ;
responsible for such a neurotic change.
But the ghetto was not the shame of the Jews Contra
the lhame of those who imposed its binding society upoi
inhabiting it Within the confines of this affliction. "
there was no violence except when Christendom chose to per
trate violence there. Out of the ghetto emerged a strong del
to maintain a whole body of cultural, emotional, intellect istont
traditional, religious and psychological attitude.-. Out ol
developed the concept of individual subordination to his!
God. with the ultimate personal fulfillment in the ultimate tot
Jewish redemption.
Out of the ghetto came new notions of individual responsibility
for neighbors, of familial ties, of betterment thiough the
an intellectual elite impervious to the frequent and violei
challenge to the right of Jewish survival by pogrom-,
the auto da fe. and other such delicate cruelties an Insecun
theological aristocracy dreamed up in moments of religious :eai
The Jewish ghetto spelled excellence. It is unique In
:". wa- unique in history
GIVE ME SACK Mr GHETTO
THE TERM
TO APPLY
ar.vwhere else Is to lo \
U>
It is to rape the term of its
Continued on Page 13-A


jiiday. November 25, 1966
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S curity Council opened its
on Jordan's complaint,
cainst Israel with eight of the 15'
members condemning the
,-aeli retaliatory raid across the
irdanian Lorder on Nov. 13.
._. turns criticizing the Is-
aid as the Council session
.way were all four major
- the United States. Brit-
:. France and the Soviet Union
who were joined by Argentina,
.:;,:). Jo.-.ian and New Zealand.
Only the New Zealand dele-
gate, frank Corner, stated that
Ili-ire were coed reasons for Is-
rael's action. Corner spoke about
the "ineffectiveness" of the Se-
curity Council in the last session
last mon'h on a complaint by
Israel against Syria in connec-
tion with the mounting guerrilla
raids. He said Israel's complaint
was 'jstified but noted that a
resolution askir.g Syr;a to act
to prevent such laids was vetoed
by the Soviet Union.
Ambassador Arthur .1. Gold-
berg", chief of the I'nited States,
delegation, told the Security Coun-,
cil that Israel's action was "clearly '
a violation" of the armistice agree-
ment between Israel and Jordan.
He urged the Security Council "to
speak out firmly" against a policy
of retaliation. He added that "the
destructive raid by Israel could
not he "justified or excused" by
the guerrilla raids in which "Jor-
dan has not been implicated."
Mr. Goldberg said the Israeli
\y[ Lam's Dedicate Goldstein Room
. i hap) t <>f l'i an
: n> oi the Universitj of
. d( dicating an Al
mi o. it founder. E.
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befoi the Floi
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chapter ami
Mhlet C Council
nivers 1} of Florida, will
the Alumni Roam in be-
;. ( bapter to Paul H.
,, founder member of the
Bowl Committee and trus-
: the chapter. Marks will
In; Alumni Room in behalf
alumni and present to the
apter a framed picture o>
for the Alumni Room.
Laura Coldstein will be
nt tor the dedication.
"Go'dy" Goldstein was born
and reared in Jacksonville. He
was a tackle on the National
Champion Duval High School
earn, where he made Preo All-
America. Many of his team
natei went to the University of
Florida and starred there from
"2 through 1925. One of them
.vas Edgar Jones, manager of
No;an Brown Cadillac Agen-
cy in Miami, who made All
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raid had taken a "deplorable toll
in lives" and declared that the
IN machinery "must be utilized"
by both Arabs and Israelis.
Ambassador Michael S. Comay.
Israel's permanent delegate to
the UN, told the Council that
nothing "constructive" would come
from condemnation of one specific
action. He said Syria had promoted
organized raids into Israel in a'
"popular war of liberation" across
Syria's borders and those of neigh-
boring Arab states. He said each
state must take responsibility for
acts of terrorism emanating from
its territory and that Jordan had
failed to do so.
He said the raid was "a de-
fensive action" carried out by a
small force instructed to pro-
vent casualties, an action under-
taken "most reluctantly" after
much forbearance. Secretary
General U Thant read a brief
report on the raid to the Coun-
cil from UN military observers
in the area and said a complete
report was expected shortly
from Lt. Gen. Odd Bull, chief
of staff of the UN Truce Super-
vision Organization.
Ambassador Muhammed El-Far-
ra. the permanent Jordanian dele-
gate, called on the Council to take
"punitive" action against Israel
"forthwith."
Lord Caradon, the British rep-
resentative* and Roger Seydoux.
the French delegate, similarly
noted the guerrilla raids as a fac-
tor and similarly held that the
raids could not "justify" the Is-
raeli action, which both called a
violation of the UN armistice
agreements.
Nikolai Fcderenko. the Soviet
delegate, said the Council "must
severely condemn Israel as the ag-
gressor" and take "effective meas-
ures'" against further "aggressive
actions by Tel Aviv."
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i : current immigration." the res-
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The resolution recommended
that the fund raising and oper-
ations of all Israel's universities,
"which are rapidly proliferat-
ing," should be coordinated in
the United States and in Israel
within and among the institu-
tions. It also urged that there
should be a continuous increase
f information on overseas
needs and services, to help in
crease American Jewish under-
standing and support. At tbe
same time, it requested that
local community considerations
of overseas needs, programs and
policies should be intensified. It
expressed gratification with the
administrative changes initiated
in Israel to streamline the staff
and the structure of the Jewish
Agency there.
The resolution was adopted fol-
..-._ two sessions devoted to
overaaas needs At these sessions.
- economy and the impact
han^e< anticipated in 1967 in
Jewish immigration in general
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serious challenges
failing to bring peace to the
Middle East. The criticism was
voiced by Irving Kane, chairman
of the CJFWF Overseas Commit-
tee, who emphasiied that "the
overriding problem facing Israel
and indeed the whole world in
this hour is the problem of
peace." He pointed out that 18
years after the establishment of
the State of Israel, the country
still finds itself surrounded by
neighboring states who openly
call for and plan for Israel's
destruction.
The determination of the Arab
states to destroy Israel derives en-
couragement from the failure of
the United Nations and the world's
major pouers to demand that {
were discussed. Speakers included peace shall reign in the Middle
Rabbi Herbert A Friedman, ex East and to take effective action
ecutive vice chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal: Charles
Jordan, executive vice chairman
of the Joint Distribution Commit
tee; Max A Braudc. executive
head of the World ORT Union:
Murray Gurfein, president of
United HIAS Sen ice: Dr. William
Haber, president of the American
ART Federation: Gottlieb Main
mer, executive vice chairman of
the United Israel Appeal Inc.;
S. P. Goldberg, of the Council of
Jewish Federations and We.:
Fund-: Gaynor Jacob>on. execu-
tive director of the United HIAS
- .ice: I. L. Kencn. of the Amer-
ican Israel Public Affairs Com-
mittee and others
are printed; childri
professional workers in Jewjsh^o- Jewish educatioi The I
cal and national agencies in tli>
United States and Canada. This
figure, she said, does not include
the rabbinate arffl those teaching
in Jewish schools. "Because of
turnover, retirement and natural
losses, a minimum of 275 new pen
pie are needed every year just to
maintain the present services."
Mrs. Cohen declared. "But we are
cess i is 'hat ha
minimum."
The William Shi
were presented to th
munity l-'oui p'm
VV ifarc Federation ol I
to the Jewish Communit;
of Norfolk. Va al
session at which Si
ers, of Miami, presided
e
-
ish
and
Council
lanquti
.-' My-
ributei
Samuel
Ham
not getting them. To assure that
qualified personnel come into the were paid at the dinner
field of Jewish communal serv- A. Goldsmith, of Chic,
ices. Mrs. Cohen made a number Greenstein. of Baltiroori .-. Miu.
"k: Jos-
': and
of recommendations which in-
cluded scholarships, field work
placement and summer work pro
grams for training students for
Jewish social work.
Other resolutions adopted by the
Assembly called for support of the
government anti-poverty program,
cooperation of all groups in over
coming discrimination, implemen-
tation of new and advanced tech-
niques of strengthening fund-
raising in the communities, con-
tinued support of Medicare and
additional legislation to strength
en community planning for health
services.
The Assembly adopted a resolu-
tion welcoming the intensification
the .real influence of which they 0f ,},<, efforts by the major Ainer
ican Jewish organizations in de
manding from the Soviet Govern-
ment the restoration of full relig-
ious and cultural rights to Jeara
in the Soviet Union.
rice B. Hexter. of New
eph Willen. of New V
Sidney Hollander, of Bal'
that will remove the ever-present
threat of war and bring about a
permanent peace.'" Kane said.
"There i> a difference between
open aggression and self-defense."
Kane added. "There is a differ-
ence between those who insi>t on
destroying their neighbor and
those who want to live at peace
with them. It is time the United
Nations and our own country rec-
thc.se differences and exert
Dr. Haber told the CJFWF As-
sembly banquet session that the
nature of the American economy
will inevitably create serious chal-
lenges for the Jewish community
In Haber. who is a dean at the
University of Michigan, said that,
to beam with, the fantastic in-
creases in demand for trained
personnel in the social services
field, in administration, in plan-
ning, and in the health area ere
- immediately a tremendous
<_ impetition for the limited per
el now available
are capable to bring about a just
and durable peace The time is
now.'
Concern over the unmet
in American Jewish education was
expressed at the Assembly which
adopted a resolution emphasizing
that "the strengthening of Jewish
education in quality and effective
ness is of the utmost importance
to the future of our Jewish com-
munities in America.''
The resolution noted that a
CJFWF committee on Jewish edu-
cation had worked actively for a
program for the recruitment.
training and utilization of teach
era, administrators and specialists
in the field of Jewish education,
and for the organization and fin
The resolution also welcomed
the more closely coordinated ac-
tion of the organizations in this
direction. The resolution Stressed
that "the Soviet Union continues
to deny to Jews opportunities.
available to others, for the devel-
opment of their own cultural and
ancing of post-elementary Jewish
The very expansion of public education The CJFWF resolution
programs," br Haber said, "means recommended that the committee
that social service workers and continue along those lines, and
other professional people are now urged that the findings and pro
in larger demand from public and posals of the committee !x' thor-
non-Jevvish agencies than ha- ever uiighly considered by community
been the case." Dr. Haber also federations and welfare funds
predicted that the budgets ot Jew which should act to strengthen
ish agamies are certain to be) their programs of Jewish educe
pushed upward because labor costs tion.
arc bound to expand, particularly
in the health area
"The financial capacity of the
American community, as a result
of the current affluence as well
a- of the immediate and long out-
impose upon all of us
upon ew jet committee in
iwn and city an obi
'ion to reexamine the allocations
of the philanthropic dollar as be
een local and
:.-. Dr Haber emphasi
The crisis in [si ael, I he i
Jew s in France, the d<
in e dc v/en o:h
JUSI a- it
,e|s the United States Govern
..- an affl enl soci
communil
which m -ore than mosl
The United Nations and the
world's major powers were crit-
icized at a plenary session for
David Silbert, president of the
Jewish Welfare Fund of Metro-
politan Chicago, presented to the
General Assembly a telegram
signed by more than 40 Chicago
community leaders active in
Jewish education. The telegram
stressed that it was "imperative"
that all that has been said about
Jewish values and the transmis-
sion of the Jewish heritage "be
promptly implemented in an in-
tensified augmented offensive
on the Jewish education front
of our communal programs.
Only by focusing our resources
on the education front can we
ensure a meaningful feature for
American Jewry."
Mrs Joseph Cohen, of New Or
leans, chairman of the < JFVl 1
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'Jan Peerce Due at Chanuka Festival
MENORAH SCORES SEC. B
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Jan Peerce. one of the world's
greatest tenors, will head the pro-
i,im el' tl" second annual com-
munity-wide Chanuka Festival
celebration sponsored by the Is-
rael Bond Oryanization on Sunday
evening, Deo. 11. at the .Miami
Beach Auditorium
In heading the talent of this
i car's Chanuka Featival, the pop-
,.,, concert and opera star will be
returning for a repeat perform
ince in the role which he had at
,,- year's function here.
Arrangements are being com-
pleted for an all-star cast o join
Peerce, matching the luminaries
of last year's standing-room only
I performance.
riimentai) tickets to the
lianuka Festival will be issued
i all 1!)6 Israel Bond purchasers.
has i raveled throughout
orld as a concert artist. He
in nearly every European
pi untry, as well as in Israel. Japan,
th Africa, Latin America, Aus
1AH PEERCE
scheduled Dec. II
iralia and New Zealand. He has
imired the Soviet Union under the
auspices of the United stales
SI.ue Department, and was the
first American ever to sing at the
Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow,
The famous tenor has sung in
cities throughout the L'nited
States, and has drawn capacity
audiences m performances with
the San Francisco Opera and at
the Lewisohn Stadium. Robin
Hood Dell and Hollywood Bowl.
He is also widely-known for his
highly successful appearances on
radio and television.
Peerce was born in New York
City, and his voice is entirely
American trained. Though his
neighbors first knew him as an
alto voice in local choirs, it was
with his violin that he worked his
way through college. Upon gradu-
ation, Peerce decided to embark
on a musical career
Samuel L. (Roxy) Rothafel
gave the tenor his first big
chance, establishing him as a
star at the Radio City Music
Hall. There he sang everything
from popular ballads to Wag-
ner, and became known to an
ever-growing audience through
the Music Hall's weekly nation-
al broadcasts.
II was Samuel ("hot/inoff. mus-
Eshko! Says Israel's Invasion of Jordan
Was Intended as a Warning to Syrians
Continued from Page 1-A
i t for the Government on
the is ue
Israel officials, meanwhile, re-
d increasing nervousness
Syrian and Jordanian
on Israel's borders, with
iloops sporadically firing
aeli farm equipment No
ties were reported.
li police in Jerusalem
1 barriers in the vicinity of
marcation line w ith Jordan-
held Jerusalem to prevent curious
Israelis from approaching the bor-
i,i exposing themselves to
le fire from trigger happy
armj troops.
The Israeli press, citing for-
eign sources, published reports
that both Syria and Jordan were
concentrating large forces along
the Israeli borders following Is-
rael's Sunday reprisal raid
aga list Jordan. Jordan report-
edly sent armored units into the
Hebron area as well as addition-
al infantry units.
The press reported also thai
has received more Soviet
MIG iet fighters from E I
thai Soviet experts were as
M-tina m the installation of anti-
missile bases around
Damascus and in the border area.
Reports received here lllis ueek
said thai both Jordan and Leb-
anon had further reenforced their
positions on Israeli's borders
In another development. Israel
returned to Jordan one of the sol
diers taken prisoner during the
reprisal raid. The soldier, a priv-
ate in the Arab Legion, was hand-
ed over to the United Nations
authorities at Mandelbaum Gate.
A second prisoner, a Jordanian
major, had been wounded, re-
moved to an Israeli hospital and
died during an operation under-
taken to save his life His body
was handed over to UN authorities
last week
Israeli officials reported this
week that Syria is rushing work
on diversion of the Dufeila, a
tributary which provides water
to irrigate farm lands of Kib-
butz Shamir.
They added that if the Syrians,
who have assembled a large num-
ber of workers and considerable
equipment for the diversion pro
ject, suci eeded in shutting off the
flow, the settlement would have
to get water from other sources
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the two,
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being Toscanini's final operatic
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Cross war benefit in Madison
Square Garden and in the OWI
film, "Hymn of Nations."
In a remarkable debut with the
Metropolitan Opera in November,
1941. he was hailed as the first
all-American contribution to the
great tradition of operatic voices.
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Friday, November 25. 195s
UNEMPLOYMENT TO RISE SHARPLY DURING MONTHS AHEAD
Economic Crisis in Israel Going Up
LOS ANGELES (JTA) The
General Assembly of the
i cil of Jewish Federations and
fare Funds opened here with
a werful plea for increased aid
t Israel by American and Cant-
Jewry voiced by Max M.
1- r. general chairman of the
I -.d Jewish Appeal. He called
f< a minimum of S75.000.fHK) to
iven by Jews in the United
States to the UJA in 1967. which
U ;;.UOO.00O more than the sum
C cted to be raised in 1966.
her, who just returned from
I-..-.I. as head of a mission sent
lie UJA to study conditions on
spot, presented a dramatic
re on the latest developments
in Israel to the more than 1.000
i Jewish communal leaders from
arts of the United states and
(. da attending the five-day
nbly.
He said that "suddenly" after
t cozen years of economic boom,
Israel was now facing rising \in-
t ployment, with 50,000 on-
e~oloyed already, while thoo-
i-ds more are expected to be
.-employed before the end of
- s year.
suddenly alons with the un-
loyment for the very first
in years, there is hunger in
I ( land among the section of the
I ..lation which is economically
test," he said. That section.
course, is the very one about
h we are most concerned be-
i: t> it is largely made up of new
igranls whom we brought
- e."
daring that "something dras-
as to be done about it." Fisher
the Assembly: "At least a
quarter of million people one
if every five of the million and
uarter Immigrants whom we
ed bun;.' to Israel must be
idered 'unabsorbed.' To under-
. ;i what unabsorbed" means,
has to see it. It means suffer-
for old people, deprivation for
I e children, growing juvenile
nquency. and growing frustia
. bitterness and isolation for
e numbers of adults." he said
Lving Kane, chairman of the
WF Overseas Committee! ad-
ding the Assembly, said that
considered the most important
lorn to be faced in 1967 the
j to speed up the transition
immigrants to full citizens of
the change from depend-
to self-support. "Almost a
rter of the .lews in Israel t<>
need some form of aid.' he
..uld be undertaken immedi-
f*eiy to separate out absorption
;-3blems whirh have been
- inched together so that ap-
r-spriate solutions can be de-
. oped for them and to enable
ael to get on with its monu-
"nrai job of social engineer-
'-}. "1967 can be and should be
Jtty different year in over-
5 aid from the last 20 years,"
rne said. "It can be one of the
-- cst constructive years in the
history
sized.
MAX USHER
dismal statistics
of our aid," he empha-
High on the agenda of the
CJFWF Committee on Overseas
Services. Kane reported, was the
initiation of the discussions among
the United Jewish Appeal, the
United Israel Appeal and leaders
in the United States of agencies
aiding higher education in Israel
to deal with the problem of pro-
liferation of appeals.
More than 1.000 top Jewish com-
munal leaders from the United
States and Canada attended the
Assembly sessions which were
preceded by meetings of the Large
Cities Budgeting Conference at
which leaders of the 23 largest
welfare funds, comprising the
LCBC. reviewed the budgets of a;
number of national Jewish agen-
cies jointly with representatives of.
those agencies.
A report on means by which
Jewish federations can help to as-
sure the highest quality in Jewish
education in their communities
was presented by a special CPFVVF
committee established to study the
question of what federations could I service
do to strengthen Jewish education
in this country.
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reported it had been consider-
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to have the greatest impact; 3.
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their planning function, should
exert in determining priorities
and resources for financing; and
4. how federations should relate
to Bureaus of Jewish Education,
congregations, schools, national
organizations and universities.
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Jordan Seeks UN Sanctions
Abrahc J. Gittelson, education director cf Beth Torah Re-
ligious School, is shown accepting a check of S630 from
Jason Kate, president of the Student Congregation, represent-
ing DN1CEF collections made by Beth Torah students. As a
Continuing project, the students of the school will be collect-
ing toys during the coming weeks as a part of the annual
campangn of the National Council of Jewish Women's
"Ship-.a.-3ox of Toys" to youngsters in Israel.
U.S. Artists Urge Boycott of Traditional
German Passion Play for Anti-Semitism
Continued from Page 1-A
Wiesel; Hid Theodore Bikel, the
folk-sinptr.
Bike' ned with Dr. Joachim
Prinz, chairman of the AJCon-
ure-s ("( mission on International
Affairs. in Issuing the statement
which wa co-signed by the other
10 <)-' titles.
The statement added that the
Oberami ergau villagers remained
as prejudiced as they were
"through* .! the Hitler era.'" and
tluii tin. 'osition raised questions
about tl i Jaim there was now "a
new Gei ny with a new spiritual
and int- ectual atmosphere."
Dr. Pj .' said imitations were
being s to leading writers.
dramatist! and performing artists
in Gen 5 and other countries,
askum !.-n to join the appeal for
the boycott The sinners de-
nounced the "apparently uncon-
querable bigotry" of the villagers
in refusing to discard "discredited
canards -ainst the Jewish peo-
ple '
The on I'lay has been using
II .1 text in .1. a Daisen-
er ; hearsals for the 1970
performances are scheduled to be-
gin soor .:-, the Bavarian village
1 asi Od 15. the villagers said
they had ejected a recently-found
I Wl : in 1750 by a Benedic
! mo because it avoids re-
ng charge of collective
. inst World Jevvrv.''
Mans Schwaighofer, the plav's
director, thereupon resigned. The
statement here applauded his ac-
tion.
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pplying economic sanctions
gainst Israel.'
Ambassador Michael Comay,
Israel's Permanent Representa-
tive, told the Council that Is-
rael's action had not taken place
in a vacuum but in an atmo-
sphere of great danger for Is-
rael's border villages. He re-
minded the Council that the
Arab Governments had the re-
sponsibility to prevent use of
their territory for attacks on
Israel and Israel held Jordan di-
rectly responsible for this com-
mitment.
Citing the terrorist attacks on
Israel as the cause of tension in
the area. Ambassador Comay
stressed the responsibility of the
Security Council to maintain peace
and called upon the members of
the body to take into account the
evert, of terror that led up to the
reprisal raid. Urging the adoption
of even handed measures that
would lead to progress and peace.
Mr. Comay said: "Israel seeks
above all a chance to live in peace
and freedom from attack
In a letter submitted to the
Security Council. Ambassadoi
Comay said that the account of
the raid as given in the reoort of
UN Truce Supervision Chief, Gen.
Odd Bull, was 'based on hearsay."
and "exaggerated and inaccurate"
testimony by Jordanian witnesses.
In correcting what he called in-
accuiacies in the report, Mr. Com-
ay stiessed the following points:
The number of houses de-
molished was far less than the
number stated in the report.
The total civilian casualties
were 3 killed and 17 injured with
10 of the latter suffering minor
injuries
The military casualties were
IS kill* d and 37 wounded (29 light-
in the Jordan side, and 1
and 10 wounded on the Is-
-ide.
The number of Israel tanks
used h; the ar.-a of the incident
was 10. None them were Patton
tanks.
The tot:,] number of person-
nel involved was under 400. most
of whom were needed to ensure
evacuation of the houses to pre-
vent casualties
There was no bombardment
or strafing from the air. The sole
intervention by Israel aircraft was
by four planes that intercepted
four Jordanian planes attempting
to attack the Israeli ground force.
One of the Jordanian planes was
shot down and no Israel plane
fired at any ground target. I
There was no artillery shell-
ing.
Ambassador Comay reiterated in
the letter that the "sole objec-
tive of the Israel action was to de-
molish a limited number of empty
houses after their occupants had
been evacuated. This was done a3
a warning against aiding and har-
boring saboteur and terrorist
groups that had been carrying out
a number of raids into Israel in
that sector of the border."
Delegates Off
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Why is Germany Turning to a Nazi?
the turn. Besides, without Strauss, A
what and who is Kurt Georg Kies-
inger in terms of the big time?
Continued from Page 1-A
I;, hut Barzel, or Fraoi Joael
Strauss himseU Brhard's and
Schroder's arch-enemy and the
n l powerful German Gaultisl
to laj
Why then Kiesinger? Why a
man who, with substantial but
I, no means brilliant talents,
would come into office vulner-
able to attack, with a brand
from the past that would require
constant and unending explana-
tion? Is talent in Germany's
leading party so impoverished
that there is no solution of the
Chancellor problem except by
p eking a former Naii Party
member?
The question of his Nazi past is
a tangled one, but whatever ver-
sion one adopts including Kies-
ingfr'ff own version it does him
little credit. Since West Germany
adopted a new Constitution and
emerged as a state on its own. in
1949. over) man who has served
a chancellor or as president has
been a man with a clean record on
the Nazi issue. Kiesinger would be
the first break from that record.
He joined the Nazis as a party
member in 1933. It was early In
that year that the Enabling Act
gave Hitter the special powers and
the aspect of legality that he
wanted, and doubtless the young
lawyer of 29 felt as many other
AT TEMPLE WDEA TUESDAY
Fulbright Lecturer
To be Introduced
By U of M President
Dr Henry King Stanford, pies
ident of the University of Miami.
v i introduce Fulbright lecturer
Walte Kaufman on Tuesdaj
i lit as Temple Judea stages the
nd even! of its 1966-67 in-
a jural series, "An Invitation to
i\ cry "
. i -. aj talk In I>i Kaufman
u i begin at 8 p.m., with sonic
- ts remaining both for the Indi-
vidual lecture and for the series.
ch will include an address by
ifornia Bishop .lame- \ Pike,
a:. Israeli art evhibit and a music
festival. More than 950 persons
mended the opening talk by CBS
commentator Eric Sevareid last
u i ek
Dr. Kaufman, professor of
philosophy at Princeton Uni-
versity, will speak on philos-
ophy in the modern world, ac-
cording to series chairman, Dr.
Charles Rosenfeld, Mrs. George
L. Baum is co-chairman for the
series, sponsored by Temple
Judea at its new social hall,
5500 Granada Blvd., across
Dixie Highway from the Univer-
siy of Miami.
K. i- the autta
I K>k "Niel tsche, Crit
:. ami Philosophy," "From
Sha to Exist* nl alism,"
th oi a Heretic." "Cain
Poems," ami "Hegel"
He ha.....iti ibuted arti tea to
I lopedia Bi itai nica. En-
i..... .... i,d over a
DR. WAITER KAUfMAN
dozen other encyclopedias and
books Several of his articles, as
well as some of hi- translations
and selections fiom his books
have been reprinted in collections
He has been a Bicentennial
Priceptor (195154). a Fulbright
research professor at Heidelberg
(1955-56). winner of an interna-'
tional Leo Baeck Prize (1961). and
was awarded another Fulbright to
lecture at the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem in I902t;:<
He had also held visiting ap-
pointments at Columbia, Cor-
nell, the New School for Social
Research, the University of
Michigan, and the University of
Washington.
He has lectured at many uni-
versities m the United States and
..broad, including two Loeb Lee
tures at the University of Frank
tort, the first annual Bishop John
V Hurst Philosophy Lecture at
Brooklyn College, He was invited
to be the Witherspoon Lecturer
for the 1962 Spring Term at
Princeton by the Undergraduate
Council.
Dr. Kaufman was graduated
from Williams < ollege, Phi Beta
Kappa, in 1941 and in 1942 re-
ceived lu> MA degre from Har-
vard University He then entered
military service and spent 15
month- on "v ei seas duty.
ambitious young Germans did
that it was respectable to belong
The bloody Roehm purge evident-
ly disturbed the young man
enough to shake his faith in Hit-
ler, and he may well have believed
later that the Fuehrers anti-Jew-
ish excesses weakened Germany in
the eyes of the world.
But he never resigned from the
party, even after the mass execu-
tion of .lews and of Christians: he
continued working at his post for
the Hitler government: whether
he was a high official or a "jun-
ior" official strikes me as an ah
surd issue morally. Even if Kies-
inger was attacked inside the par-
ty, as he claims, for insufficient
zeal against the .lews, there is no
evidence of the kind of moral
stance that men like Adenauer and
Theodore Heuss and Willy Brandt
and Eugen Gerstenmaier took on
the inhumanity of the Nazi creed
and action.
There is no question here of
hounding Kiesinger down the
years for the mistakes of his
young past. He has been an im-
portant Christian Democrat, a
spokesman on foreign affairs
for Adenauer, recently head of
one of the state governments,
and no one has hounded him.
But to become the head of the
German Federal Republic is
something else again. It is a
moral and symbolic post as well
as a political one, just as that
of the president of the United
States is.
In such a context it isn't
enough to plead that he was not
a real Nazi for long, nor an im-
portant one. nor a whole-hearted
' one. Whatever the size of the stain
its visibility on the chief of a
German government would be too
great to be tolerable, and it would
be hard to wash out by any num-
ber of protesting explanations
The clue to Kiosinuor"s choice
by his Christian Democratic col-
leagues lies in Franz-Josef Strauss,
who couldn't tolerate Schroder
and Hallstcm for their Atlanticist
position, and who feared that Ger-
stenmaier would be too hard to
handle, and that Barzel is too am-
bitious and slippery. Strau.-s wants
the chancellor post for himself.
but until he feels the time is ripe
for him. he means to use Kiesinger
as his instrument.
This doesn't mean that Kies-
inger is a puppet: he was Aden-
auer's front man in foreign pol-
icy, but his relation to Aden-
auer was a stormy one, and fin-
ally the two men broke. But
Strauss clearly feels that he can
play kingmaker and king-man-
ipulator with this man, especi-
ally on a policy of moving close
to deGaulle and combining the
French atomic force with Ger-
man economic strength into an
"independent European deter-
rent."
Maybe Kiesinger would balk at
going all the way with Strauss.
He is not an out-and-out national-
i-t as Strauss is. nor as single-
willed in quest of power But his
trend is toward the assertion of
German nationalism, and he might
well play into the hands of the
two stronger men Strauss and
deGaulle who would lie calling
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The Honorable
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will soeak, and install the
newlv elected officers of
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Oni'n Shabbath will follow.
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Ir. and Mrs. Abraham Seltzer were honored by Pioneer
/omen. Golda Meir Chapter, on the occasion of the couple's
6th wedding anniversary and Mr. Seltzei's 85th birthday.
Ictured are Mr. and Mrs. Seltzer, Mrs. Milton Green, and
Irs. Nathaniel Soroff. chairman of the celebration.
\Mixed Feelings in Israel
Toward Nazi Successes
'lilUSALK.M i.ITA) The
pet ion of Kurt-Georg Kiesinger
head West Germany's Christian
Imocratic Union was received
m- week in Israel with mixed
One reaction was popular con
|rn over his Nazi past but there
also a belief in official circles
I il he succeeded to the post
Chancellor, he would conduct
|friendly policy toward Israel.
The Israeli press and radio
flayed up Kiesinger's affiliation
vith the Nazi party in 1933 and
1934 and his collaboration with
Joachim von Ribbentrop's For-
eign Ministry during the war
years to a degree that prompted
he West German Embassy in
'Israel to release a statement
|that Kiesinger's affiliation with
he Nazi |arty was "strictly
|nominal" and short-lived.
I'lie Embassy also asserted that
licsinser never opposed diplo-
mat h relations with Israel and
hat, on the contrary, he had
boken out for such relations in
tie West German Bundestag, the
bwer house of Parliament, on sev-
eral occasions,
cial sources expressed the
bcliel that Kiesinger would most
probably lead a friendly policy
low aid Israel if he succeeded Dr,
Ludwig Erhard. Observers stress-
the important role of Franz
Strauss, a former West Ger
I Defense Minister and a re
iable friend of Israel, had in
Kiesinger's election and the con-
siderable weight his influence
would bear on any Cabinet led bj
Kiesinger
Some sources said that Israel
would have to watch carefully the
developments stemming from Kies-
inger's election. Others said they
fell that his relation- with Israi I
as Chancellor would be motivated
by two factors. One was his Nazi
past which would, in the opinion
of these observers, compel him to
adopt a positive policy toward Is-
rael and Jews lest any adverse
action he interpreted as ho-iilc
and Nazi-like. The other factor
was the influence of Strauss, the
former Defense Minister.
Alex Springer, the West Ger-
man press magnate, said here
that "Kiesinger is not exactly
the man I would have chosen
for Chancellor but I am confi-
dent his basic approach to dem-
ocracy is okay." In an interview
with Yediot Achronot, Springer
said also that he talked recently
with Kiesinger and that Kies-
in/ier told him that "he feels he
has to act basically for a con-
tinuation of improvement in
Israeli-German relations."
Springer, who came to Israel
for the cornerstone laying of the
$1,000,000 library he has donated
to the Israel Museum, said lie was
convinced West Germany must not
forgel its Jewish citizens or the
millions killed in the name of
German expansionist aspirations.
[Rabbinical Association Launches Series
Of Panels in So. Florida Synagogues
ical Association of Great-
n o iiued Wednesday
! inaugurating a new cul
1 rain here.
Will Offer a panel of
;" appear in synagogues
1,111 the untj Theme will
' hallenging Role of the
oguc Today." Announcement
"'' t>) Dr Max \ Lipschitz,
1 of the Rabbinical Ass,,.
i n.
The opening program will be
*jeld at Temple Emanu-EI on
Tuesday, Dec. 6, at 8:30 p.m.,
*here spiritual leader, Dr. Irv-
"9 Lehrman, a past president
M the Rabbinical Association of
neater Miami and currently its
"' president, will be host and
"oderator.
''"''lists will include Dr. Her-
'"'' Baumgard, of Temple Beth
*m; Rabbi Solomon Schiff Con-
on eth El; and Rabbi Al
,red VVaxman, Temple Zion.
{[> mid-January, a second panel
*' be held at Beth Torah Con-
-'""""" in North Miami Beach.!
,,!'VPi,'i,ual loar. Max A. :
JJPfChitz. will be bos, and mod-
U*<<. Panelists wi]] 11K.lluU. R b."
hi Leon Kronish, <>! Temple Beth
Sholom; Rabbi Lehrman; and
Rabbi i ibor Stern Jacob C Cohen
Community Synagogue.
In February, a third panel will
be held at Temple B In El in Hoi
lywood, u here spiritual li ader, i>i
Samuel /. Jaffi. treasurer of the
Rabbinical Association, will be
host and moderator Panelists will
include Rabbi Rotx rt Frazin,
Union of American Hebrew ( on
gregations director. Rabbi Allan
Rutchik, United Synagogue direc
tor; and Rabbi Schiff.
In March, the last panel will be
held at Temple Judea in (oral
Gables, where spiritual leader.
Rabbi Morris Kipper. secretars oi
the Rabbinical Association, will he
host and moderator. Panelists will
include Dr. Joseph R. Narot. of
Temple Israel: Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, of Temple Menorah;
and Rabbi Jonah E. Capl.in, of Sky
Lake Synagogue.
Each of these programs will be
open to the entire community
without charge, and will examine
the role of the synagogue as the
central institution in Jewish life.
In charge of coordination is
Rabbi Schiff. the association's ex-
ecutive vice president.
New Gains Scored by Nazis
Continued from Page 1-A
Mende told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency correspondent
here that he is sure that the
National Democratic Party will
have similar gains in the forth-
coming state elections in all
other sections in the country.
Leaders of the National Demo-
cratic Party, speaking on tele-
vision, denied that they are
Nazis or that thev are protect-
Daily in tin- Bavarian elections Partj has l.'J.ooo members, The
should not be overestimated in general feeling in the count.> is
foreign countries, nor should thev ,, ,.
. that despite attemp s on the p.ul
be underestimated in Germany.
"German democracy," he said. ot thc Bonn Governmenl to mini-
"has proven its stability in recent mize the successes of the i
years and could handle extremist Nazi party, further gains of the
elements'
latter are to be expected.
BB Singles Dance
New Year's Eve
Asked whether the National
Democratic Party was not anti-
Semitic, von Hase replied that
there was no evidence that the
iHLH^JT "imina,s- Tne* ',co*azi ',a,,V's suth was an,i" **** mvn a,Kl women ovor "*>
serted that they are a "demo- Semitic. To a further question as 30 alv invi(ed to a(tcnd ., danc(.
crat.c party" and resented the to whether speeches made on be- sponsored bv thc B'nai Brith So-
fact that they are labeled at half of the National Democratic cia| Similes'on Saturday. 9 p.m.,
neo-Nazis in the German press. Party did not prove its anti-Sem- jn the Lucerne Hotel.
itism, he said that this did not
At a press conference Sunday,
Karl Gunther von llase, the was antiSemitic.
spokesman of the Bonn Govern-
prove that the party as a whole Kese'vations for the groups
New Year's Eve dance may now
be made with Miss Mae Blum. Fes-
He told the foreign correspond- tivities will be held at the Saxonv
ment for the press, said that the enls attending the press confer- Hotel Dec. 31, beginning at 10
jainsj>i Ihe National Democratic ence that the National Democratic p.m.
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Friday. November 25, 1966
r^clicfioits J^<
%d
ervices
J hie MJeehend
itn\ 1:46 B.m. Sermon: "Portion "t .
the Week.' B* Mltivah: Sue Karen,
daughter of Mr. nn-l Mi.- Reuben 1>. |
i derman.
A."L'DATH ACHIM. The Martinique
Hotel, 6-;2J Coilmi Ave Orthodox.
i ; saiu-. :> h ii'.
y., ii n,
GjATH ISRAEL 78C1 Cariyie Ave
O'fiodox. Rabin Isaac Ever
i Saturda> -
Bp Mi 'nii..
Bar Mitsvi klai >n ,,'.
,,n,l M -. v, llliam B. R
p.m.
------a -
BETH DAVID. 2622 8W Vd Ave. Con
ervative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Caitor
William W. Liosor
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
12Kislev5:10p.m.
Ml I,.-. -,!i .- I1H i. >. '
riFEBETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
werniCK
is 1" p m. Sermon,: "Tli.
- terhond will horfl th.' Ones
Snabbal Saturday I am sermon:
"Portion ol the Wee*.
QHEV SHALCM. 9'1 Normandy Dr ----->.-----
Orthodox Ranbi Phineas Weber. YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml-
man. AMI. 960 NE 171st St. Or"- nox.
, ^. Rabbi Sh-rw n Stauber. jantor
SI Pincus Aloof.
1Y:,,,.> IS p.m Saturday a m. Ser-
ii i, I.....rwaj i" the Future." Min-
olta ." p.m.
Bird Rd. Modern traditional Max
W. Temchin. president. Cantor Louis
Cohen.

p-*i
SEPHARD C JFW SM CENTER. 645
Col,ins Ave. Rev Cantor Saoi Nan
c .,..' ii n !.., 3 |) m baturdaj '
-
Tins race U prepaied m co.
operation :,:'. mt G Mi-
aim Rabbinical Anociai
Cow A: .. u r ,->? ,*>-
peanniz hcri i<
DR MAX L1PSC
spiritual leader of li- Torah
Congreguno-i < ,\,. Miami
Beach.

n .Thank, Bar M ,..,, r .,.. \>.
i H : : m Mra. Arthti ''
" ill "la re Burkett. M
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
ion Rabbi Solomon Snh '
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BETH ISRAEL. 7"0 J0:h St. O-tho-
Rabbi Berel Wein
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ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave
Vortern Trjrt, t.onal. Rabbi Max
Bhaolre Cantor Renjamin Sen.An
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UNA RAPHAEL '-01 NW -fira SI
Conservative, Rabbi Hii.miI R.:hte-
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SKV LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th A\e. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. Caolan.
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TEMPLE ADA7H YESHL'RUN. Con
h I:: ... lervative. '025 NE 'P3rd St.. M im
I. ni U Qardena Rd. Rabbi Milton Schlmsky.
Cantor Maurice Neu
gT. LALOERDALE jEWISH CtN- F r H W I '
TFR. M7 E Oa'~i.inc Pa-k Blvd. I'
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Repentance, Forgiveness
Virtues of Religious Man
By DR. HERBERT BAUMGARD
Temple Beth Am
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.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2->00 Pintree
j' Orthauox, Rabbi Alexander S.
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HOLLYWOOD TFMPLE S'NAI. -?01
Johnson St. Conservative Ranni
David Shapiro. Ca.itor Yeh^dah
Heilorann.
.
M ni Ii i

forgive aii< at first,
gifts, until Ihej are I
In thii si ene, i hi
There are two great themes in ,..,_,.;i a|
h portion of t hi week emerges as a .van
first i foi [iveness. The sec- human beii : h -
ond is repentance. The scene foi brothers .

temple eeth am. 5S5o s. Kendall on:- drama is sel when Jacob, tra> Even thoi gh o i<
S^beMBaumiTtrd. cS vx'a.'i eling with his familj and servants ed the oth.
across the desert, discovers that makes po ibl< a
his brother, Esau, also traveling relationship.
Interwoven into the
Kyrr.
- a
TEMPLE BETH EL rF
wood 1351 s ih Ave Reform with an evi'ii larger entourage, i
R.iobi Samuel JaMe -nmlno in his
">m.n0 in nis
n i iv Mlta- direction. Ha\
: Mrs ing maneuver
e---- ed their father
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
'630 W. Dixie Hwv. Conservative
Rabbi David Rosenteld. Cantor Sey- SRAELITE CENTER. .5175 SW 25th TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. 1545 Jsaac [n{
-nour Hinkes. St. Conse'vative Rabbi Avrom L Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Cantor '
I Drazin. Cantor William B Nussen. Saul H. Breeh.
< ve Thanks.' Staterh.....I I" hom sen. r"rlda) : p.m, N> .-1 r i.. v> l
i Ones Shabb t. Sal day 8:4 a.m. Krlda nd S:i: Si Kenneth lka will
Portion of tli- Week !> Voiir Cl a Drug Ad Sal wren ny.
------ urda> *. r. h ni. Sermoi Portion
BETH SOLOMON 50 NW 51st PI. the Week." Bar MltfVah Imm.I ii TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chan
,f M and Mrs Sam K .
Conservative. Rabbi Aharon M. Feier.
Fridnj ">:l*i and S:13 p.m Sermi a
'-..i.i of Survival." Onet Sh bbal Jacob C cohen commun'Ty
I sted bj Mr and Mrs Elian Sohoen- SYNAGOGUE. '532 Washington Ave
i !. Mr an l Mrs P ederick Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor h stem
Lewie Mr and Mrs Benjan n Joi r, Prld n Patunlay *
in honor ..f daughter SI rlej bl I Sei nun Israel Stands \ i Vs
da Saturdaj a.m Si rmon; "Poi I
i n of thi Week Mlncha l p.m ------------
------ KNESETH ISRAEL 1410 Euclid Ave. TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8tn vengC.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or- Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield s*- Conservative. Rabbi Simon April
vl.*! p m Sei mon "T
College atudenta "i'l be h*n-
O
granting h i m
the major bless-
ing and prop-
erty distribu-
tion, Jacob is
under standably
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisn
Cantor David Conviser.
Pi ].i.,\ > ", ; i s. mon: "in An >th<
15 Years, Russia's 0------W Jews will fcariul that his
no Uinaer Exist i- Jews." Saturda) nM,r hrnther
in i.i H.m Bar Mltavah: !arj Robert. OWer hrotner,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Seymoui silver- E S A U will be
"l;,n seeking re-
of the mi thi
ers. who were highlj
twins, is the incident
is alone in the night,
meeting Esau. Appai
with guilt ami sufferir
condemnation. Jacob
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to
t-odox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Cantor Abraham Seif.
Pridaj 1:15 p.m. Saturdas giving i oliege mum. ins will be hon-
BETH torah. 164th St. and NE nth Sermon "How to face ''''' i""' ""'' parents i!l hoal th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip- Troubles." I to 8:30 p.m Classes Kldduah -, rdaj : a.m Sei
t--ntz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. ,| and Ethics of thi I. "I'ortlon ol l Week."
Dr. Soumgord
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MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737 TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing
Jacob sends
generous gifts
ahead to Esau,
and when he comes near to Esau.
Jacob prostrates himself seven
HEBREW LESSON
ton Ave. conservative. Rabbi irvmg times, placing himself in the hands
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler ,,-,. ._ ,
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"wrestle with a man.'
suggests that this is
vision or dream in \
wrestles with his consci which
appears in the dream li
sontativc sent by i, .
su.iiests that Jacob the
wrestling match '
tK-tter nature triumph-
dition assumes that ib
demns and judges
pents. and emerges as
son. Indeed, the
being' gives him a nami
which is indicative
that has comi 0' ei
now be called "Israel
'" ,:""''' Mand. i.....n i-i (, a mightv warrior. How amazed
Thi Si .11. i r)' oil. i .. ,.
r-opii 'Ood i- Mlvi Sal 's Jacob to discover that hsau
, -""'! ,,u" wishes only to embrace him Esau These twi
tlon ..! the Bible Bar Mitsvah H
Ham, son of Mi and Mrs Harol J appears as the more magnanimous and forgiveness
*ssemblyUhail l'.";'^', mi"" '" '"" ol ,he ,wo" for Esau is eager '" tne re,iious '
----
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF CHEATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot.
I"- Ida; : p.m. Pulpll guest, I
i I......i'ii \v K n eni
regatlon Ki I 'hll-
Whal
-in Todas

]X3 .D-3J3^ MXT3j?9 ]X3
n^g D'jax r\z]-i7\ Da try|9)
w-\b nrix ~)&,p DTj?M
.nS533
t : "
fjroVto n'i: r~ia nwrtna)
- I T I
The Artists' Village
in Ein Hod.
During the summer months.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 7sth St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
!'.,I p.m. Si I
v." Sal
I 'ortlon of thi
-Ml Mi : i i~ i..i; port.
--------
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80:h St. and
Tatjm Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Lauov.tz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
v
Ing rlcmhi hi
rtl
and deiivi i '
- : in. 'i "Thank
\\. ure i i Irati
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St., Miami Rabbi
Ralph G I i x ni a n Cantor Herman
Marchbein.
Pride da> i"
l lai M \y. .ah Arl hur, son ol Mr, and
Mrs Predi Kpei
of Mr and Mrs, Erw in 11
.-..ii ..i Mr and Mr Leonai h
----
TEMPLE SMULUM. 132 SW 11th Ave..
Pompano Beach. Conservative. Rab-
bi Morris A. Skop. Cantor Leon
Segal.
Friday 8:15 p.m, Sermon: "Ho li
T.-ll Whafs R ghl or Wrong." Satui
daj 9 30 ii n Blalr Hi ward, sun of
l>r. ami Mrs Samui I Poi I no)
- a
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Marius Ranson. Cantor Chet Gale.
Prlda) 15 p.m Sermon li ael
M) 10-day Stud} Tour ]-.
Saturday II a.m. Bar Mltivah: s.
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION VAYISHL
' \ii(i Rachel dud, and was buried in the to 1
the same is Bethlehem. And Jacob set up a pillar
grave (Gen 35 19
VAYISHLAH Approaching the boundi
Si r. ivhere his broth r Esau dwell. Jacol tlj -
ers ahead to inform Esau of his coi I oi
engers returned with the news that I
.i with 430 men, Terrified, .';. ed
to sections, so s not t" lose all in ti..
He sent gilts to Esau and prayed Hod to i him
brother Jacob crossed tin1 stream of Jabboh ith his
There, a: he stood alone, an angel appi
ivith him. At the end oi the struggle, the angel declai
name shall be called no more Jacob, but Israel: for '
striven with God and with men. and hast previ
Thus encouraged. Jacob met Esau, whom he treated
utmost deference. Embracing, the two brothers kissed,
a. ii reconciled. Jacob journeyed on to Shechem,
There, the rape of Jacob's only daughter, Dina
prince of that city, led to thevengeful destruction ol
by two of Dinah's brothers. Proceeding to Beth-El, J
th? vow he had made to return thither. On the way, R
birth to Jacob's last and youngest son. Benjamin B
died in childbirth, and Jacob buried her on the way to
which is Bethlehem.



This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law l
traded and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewi*
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, 515 Publisher
Shengold, and the volume is available at 2/ William St sw
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the vj .ma
is Joseph Schlang.
......
,._ i.i-.l. _.. r... r....... ~-.."t, ----- -- -----...... naturaay ii a in. liar .uu/.vaii s
ipposite Atlith, not fai trom TOUrscs take piace for drawing.,-.....f Mr. and Mn Oeorgi Barr. All
Haifa, is situated the artists vil >culpturPi graphjc art, ceramic. J^'ne Imu,"AtWMh,BtoB F<.....,ii:
1 Kin "0l1 and so on. L.
The place appears to be cut off In thc exhibition ha!ls hat i TE4,rLAEveT.IFEH^Hh.JAcConferv9a5,1ivC..
the world But the world Werc used in the davs of the Arabs. Rabbi Maunce Kie.n. r^/y _
comes to thi, pi,cv. and ket-ps in as sldblpM. ,h, works of the art.- hCattinicJ Jc/esi*
contact with it in all respects. of the village are exhibited: draw- Mi ^.tv>_

r >-^r
111?
her da ichi. r,
ings, sculpture* and works of art. rtachelli hai irda> a m
Jiulilh
Kin Hod, which is a deserted
Arab village, was established in its The'exhibition* include creations,
new role as an artists' village ten v Jewi8h artists from abroad, and T?eMrv^L,fv.2,0Rab',^.":dePwmC.0nn
years ago by a small group of art- a[v0 xaiuable objects from piivate ''' im -v.
:-, t_ .u ,,,,rvo nf time thpv ., !_ j '' Sermon; Than Tliniik-
i.-is. in tne course oi umi, ine> collections are exhnbited. .... ., Word vction "
(oil ed by more artists. Now,
the number of families who have
: tied here permanently has
even! There are also
artists here whose job binds them
i other cities, but they come,
from time to time, to their studio
This year the anniversary cele
bration, on the occasion of the first
decade since the settlement of the
village, will be held at the artists'
village.
Published by Brith Ivrith Olamith
M.ii-tin. .-..n ,.f Mi and Mra Oacai
Kalllna; Jeffri :,,l Mn
(illbert I'iiiin
TEMPLE 2AMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell lar-
ger. Cantor Ben Dickson
Sermon "And There
Wreatled ;i .Man with lllm.'' Satur-
Nov. 27 Ch 10. 11 am.. "The Jewish. Worship
Guest: Dr, Irving Lehrman
Nov. 27 Ch. 7. 10 a.m.. "The Still Small t
Host: Kabbi lA-on Kronish
Nov. 29 Ch. 2, 9:30 p.m.. "Man to Man *
Participants: Dr. Max A. Lipschiu, Btth Torah
gregation; Fr. Donald Connolly: :
i iraham
Moderator: Bev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "Concepts of the Messiah''
...
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Seminary President Will
Preach at Emanu -El Fri.
Dr. Irving Lehrman will ofici. I
at the Sabbath service and intro-
duce Dr. Mandelbaum. Cantor 7
Adler will chant, assisted by I
Temple Choir.
rking on preparations for the cpjn neethig of Sisterhood
o: Temp.e Bsth Sholom la^t week are (left to right) Mrs. Mar
V. ways and means vice president; Mrs. Jc-nes S
: .Dspiiality vice president; Mrs. Alexcnckr Robbir.s.
.. rev.ew chairman; Mrs. Irvina B. Kaplan, chairman cl
lemp e's board of education; Mrd. Max ApplelaiTr hos-
.emmittee. '.n honor of Jewish Fock Month, Louis
man. director of the Bureau of Jevish Ed-.x-r.
. "The Lives and Works c! th<= Two Jewi=h Writers,
on. end Nellie Sachs," recently awarded the Nobel
crize tor literature
Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum. pres-
ident of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of Ameiica. will be
;!uest preacher at the i;itr- evening
ervices at Temple Emanu-EI this
Friday, at BMO p.m.
Prof. Mandelbaum has chosen j
as his topic. "God is Alive."
Dr. Mandelbaum served as pro-
vost of the Seminary for several
yea; 5, ;i" w as
reccrtlv elected
president.
!); .i- associ
ate p; ofessor in
tics on the
of the
De
a n d
close
with
Fink-
paitm
I in
asso
Dr. !. .,.-
lstcin, Se
chancellor, in
the direction of the It
Religious and Social Studies
In 1953. Rabbi Mendeib.ium
received his doctorate from the
Seminary for work on''a' scien-
tific edition of the Pesikta of
Rab Kahana, a Palestinian Mid-
rash of the sixth century. A
chapter appeared in the Morde-
cai M. Kaplan Jubilee Volumes.
His complete work, a critical
edition of the Pesikta. was pub-
lished by the Seminary in 1962
Dr Man lelbaum edited a collec-
tion o! c-.n .. "Assignment in Is-
published bj Harper and
H

Or. fflanaelbaum
DURING THE WEEK
AS I SEE IT
freed New Word for Negro Woe
Continued from Page 4-A
to si ek exploil this
i e by appl; ing n> i
tellecl .... complex
s sjn i lie purpose lo
.....luity, but
I allel rhe only par-
I COI '
.- that both .
-<.: alien forces
- not deplore the Ne-
Who I les not react
d angi ilj to the sep-
ej have suffered, the
!'( povertj hat seem
lot, and tin' resigns-
which tiny have for so
i it? v,... does nol r< c
thai the hostility and in-
nee, so many Negroes
mustering as a means
j these inequities is a
i; le of frustration
" the need to act without the
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966
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Slogan for Trio:
'We Hate Us'
^ID YOU READ about the three
" visitors who allegedly came to
see King Faisal in New York be-
fore he flew home? They were
Benjamin Friedman. Elmer Ber-
ber and Alfred Lilienthal.
They came to apologize to
Faisal. These gentry were called
Jewish by the New York Times.
but they can be counted on to react like Arabs at
the drop of a turban.
Faisal was hailed as an Arab moderate. That is
why. they say. IJ3J invited him here.
What is an Arab moderate? Well. Faisal told
the reporters that nowadays when his men chop
off 'he hands of those convicted of robbery an
anesthetic is applied.
Now do you understand what is a moderate?
As Jacques Torczyner, the president of the Zionist
Organization of America pointed out, Faisal still
doesn't permit Protestant services or insignia in his
kingdom Hut he will accept the oil money from
Protestant magnates and the hand of welcome from
a Protestant 1'resident.
\ moderate is also one whose regime of slavery.
never renounced, is tempered somewhat. Slaves are
allowed to rest for a lew minutes five tunes ;i day
so they can pray towards Mecca Praj lor what'.'
Probably to be transported into the nexl world
where they might live in freedom.
And what kind of world do the Arab peoples
dream of? A world where they might be treated
with dignity. A world where their children might
be educated, where disease and squalor would be
reduced. Do the Arab people have to die before
they can attain that world.' Not exactly, the Arabs
would approach such a world if Zionism would touch
their borders, too.
Faisal was right. He designated as Zionists all
those who dislike what he represents. And all those
who abominate his cruelty, his icy disregard of the
feelings of others, his autocracy and his bigotry
are in a sense Zionists
But Benjamin Friedman. Elmer linger and
Alfred Lilienthal see nothing good in Zionism; they
see much that is good in the Arab leaders. Their
Slogan might be: We hate us.
Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
About Zero Mostel
Hollywood
^ERO MOSTEL went from Anatevka.
mythical town of Czarist Russia
with its wealth of Jewish folklore de-
picted in "Fiddler on the Roof," to the
Forum Maximum of ancient Rome con-
jured up on location in Spain for the
movie version of "A Funny Thing Hap-
pened on the Way to the Forum
in which the blockbuster-comedian shares star billing
with the equally robust funnyman Phil Silvers and the
mild -mannered Jack Gilford the latter in the role of
major domo Hysterium running herd over a flock of
slaves of whom 1'seudolus. aha Mostel is the most miser-
able, laziest, cheating cipher Zero.
I saw Zero Mostel when he portrayed one of the
-starring roles of "Lunatics and Lovers'" on the stage in
1955 before the role was taken over by the then unknown
Buddy Hackett. For a while it was silent around Zero,
until he made a spectacular comeback on Broadway as
the mild-mannered clerk who turns into a ferocious rhino
in Eugene lonesco's grotesque Rhinoceros," for which
the heavyweight thespian garnered his earliest Tonv
Award. In 1963
Brooklyn-born. 51-year old Zero Mostel originally was
a painter, entertaining friends only at parties before he
was persuaded to perform as a solo monologist and racon-
teur in intimate, literary night clubs in the 1940s. Soon
afterwards, he appeared in New York in Duke Ellington's
"Beggar's Holiday." in "Keep Em Laughing," in Billy
Rose's "Concert Varieties," and on a more serious note
in Tabori's "Flight into Egypt" and in Brechts "The Good
Woman of Setzuan."
Though Mostel made his screen debut opposite Red
Skelton in the musical. "Dubarry Was a Lady," he didn't
come into sharp focus in the movies until 1950 when Elia
Kazan gave him the role of the slimy fingerman pushed
around by mobster chieftan Jack I'alance in the night-
marish "Panic in the Streets." followed the next year
by the portrayal of some more thugs in "The Enforcer"
and 'Sirocco." and a comedy characterization in "Belve-
dere Blows the Whistle."
Tevye in "Fiddler on the Roof not only established
Mostel as one of the finest interpreters of the whimsical
Yiddish humor of Sholem Aleichem, but also, as a switch
in character, presented him as a person of great humility,
a role he has played in life all along even when he
depicted gangsters and bullies on stage and screen. Able
to steal a scene with any of his inimitable quick gestures,
he just as easily, and more often, builds a laugh for his
fellow performers.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Another Galitzianer Wins a Prize
CHMUEL YOSEF AGNON, thi
co-winner of the Nobel Prize ii
literature, has been living in Lsti
rael, but he is a Galitzianer by.
birth.
A few years back, there vva
talk of the philosopher Martii|
Buber for the Nobel Prize. an<
he too was a Galitzianer by birth I
The Zionist Organization of Ameiica nab jum re-
elected Jacques Torczyner as president, and he is
a Galitzianer by birth.
Probably the most famous Jew of the world in
the last century, next to Einstein, was Sigmund
Freud; and he was a Galitzianer by birth.
Some of my best friends are Galitzianer. but
all of this is just a little too much. A Galitzianer
friend wrote me the other day asking how it was
that a Litvak didn't get the Nobel Prize.
It's good we arc living in the more cordial
atmosphere of today. In the days of our parents,
conditions got so bad they were even discussing
the bussing of children to integrate I.itvaks and
Galicians.
Well, it almost came to that A l.itvak was a
"tselem kop." A Galician wrote: "Today I saw two
Jews and a l.itvak riding." A l.itvak was not re
garded even as a Jew in his eyes And the I.itvaks
said similarly nice things about the Galicians
Geography in general cut more ice. There a>
not only the chasm between Galician and Litvak
and between German and Russian Jews, but a
many of the synagogues boasted of their local
geographical uniqueness. I recall that a leader ot
European Jewry, arriving in this country, com
plained that he was taken to the Biyalistoker "shut
the Lubliner "shul," etc.. but no one took him to
the Jewish "shul."
About thiirty years back, there was a good deal
of talk of the Hebrew poet, Bialik, in connection
with the Nobel Prize and, as I recollect it, Bialik
himself remarked that possibly it was best that h,
did not receive it. He said that as it was. people
were always saying why Isn't Bialik given the Nobel
Prize, but if they had given it to him. he said, they
might be asking, "Why did they give him the prize
Today we can repeat with the Psalmist. "How
sweet it is for brethren to dwell together in unity
I think everyone will agree that the current re-
cipient of the prize is not only a great writer but
an extraordinarily fine man. Maybe a Nobel Prize
should be awarded for that. too. If that were the
case, Agnon would get two prizes.
He is a good, devout Jew. As usual, on Satin
da) alter receiving the prize. Agnon went ;
synagogue. According to the Jerusalem newspaper*
the synagogue, which usually is not too well -.,:
tended on Saturday, was that morning crowded
Everyone came to see their neighbor who won the
great prize Perhaps if we could get all the .levvi-h
Nobel Prize winners to attend synagogue, we might
see a revival in Judaism.
/ Write as I Please
By CARL ALPERT
Who Can Truly Love a Traffic Cop?
tAfHEN THE STATE of Israel came
into existence there was a rush of
love and admiration for the new Jewish
policeman. He stood in sharp contrast
to the British officer whose duty it had
been to enforce unpopular laws aimed
in large part against realization of the
Zionist ideal. A Jewish policeman, one
of us. would obviously never behave
with the cruelty, the lack of understanding and sometimes
the sadism that marked the operations of some of the
British.
It soon became clear, however, that even Jewish
policemen must enforce the law. They tried to do so
with a smile, but firmly nevertheless More and more
people began to come into personal contact with the
police. As thousands of Israelis acquired motor vehicles,
and frequently ignored the most elementary rules of road
safety, they began to taste of police reaction.
The Israel police have had a difficult year. They
have been subjected to a great deal of criticism, most
of it unjustified. Besides being underpaid and overworked.
they have not even had the satisfaction of being appre-
ciated.
Whenever there is a fracas of any kind, the police
are in the middle. At strikebound plants (Israel has them
too) the police must maintain order and protect property,
but their actions are not calculated to win the love of
excited strikers. When they stop provocative motorcade
processions bound for Orthodox quarters on a Sabbath,
or arrest stone-throwing zealots on the same day. they
are showered with abuse by both sides.
There was one unfortunate case of a young man who
was roughed up by a plain clothes squad. Seeking to stop
a wave of prostitution and street walking in a residi
neighborhood, the officers spotted a suspicious tool
couple in the small hours of the morning. Questioned, the
young man put up a vigorous fight and was subdued after
a struggle. Too late it was discovered that he was only
seeing a girl friend home. The case got lots of publicity.
The major criticism against the police this yea: was
their action against the Hebrew University students who
protested the appearance of Dr. Konrad Adenauer on their
campus. Eye-witness reports and later press accounts
caused great indignation. The police had used extreme
brutality in putting down the demonstration, it was -aid
They had wielded their clubs right and left against un-
armed, defenseless students. This was unnecessary force
in the routing of a peaceful protest. It was a shocking
violation of civil rights. Denunciation came from all sides
The press and the students worked up a fever
An objective committee appointed by the goveri
looked into the episode thoroughly and gave a somewhat
different picture. The police had been assigned the re-
sensibility of protecting the distinguished German vis
itor This task they took seriously. When a small number
of student demonstrators was augmented by hundreds ol
other curiosity seekers, just out of class, and the {rowing
crowd surged forward, the police became alarmed ..! the
possibilities. A mob is a mob, even when its members
are students. And when the young people began to taunt
the officers with cries of "Nazis" and worse epithets,
refusing to withdraw or disperse, the guardians .: the
law saw no alternative but to draw their club- A few
of the police may have used more force than was neces
sar>\ but they were doing their duty under diineult
circumstances.

Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
From Headlines in Israel's Press
IF WINE producers in Israel were I
to depend solely on local con-
sumer trade for their livelihood. |
they would have to fold up fast.
Jews are simply not wine-drink-
ing people. Recent statistics show
that each citizen in Israel con |
sumes on the average slightly
more than a qyart of liquor a year as against thirty
in Italy and forty in France.
The story is told in Israel of an American vis
itor who had been received by the late President
Itzhak Ben-Zvi. When the President asked the
visitor what he thought about Israel, he said all
was well except for the custom of changing names.
He had been looking for kinsmen and relatives,
he said, but he could not find them because they
had changed their names. "For example." the man
went on, "if I hadn't known that your name is
Weizmann I wouldn't have known who you are."
. ...Jti-iudw*
Israel proportionately has more doctors than
any other country in the world, but there is a dearth
of physicians in the newly developed Negev areas
and other border settlement areas.
Since the establishment of Israel, some 22.446
people who came as tourists became permanenl
residents. Of the total, 15 percent were below the
age of 14. 68 percent between 15 and 64. and IT
percent over 65.
The story is told that when former Foreign
Minister Golda Meir took her grandchildren to a
circus recently, she was seen sitting almost in com
plete serenity and immobility as the acrobats were
doing dangerous chores. When someone in the audi-
ence asked how she could remain so cool, Mrs Men
replied she was used to acrobatics for she could
not have long survived in political office it -,"
were not herself an acrobat.
If all goes well, Tel Aviv will have the largest
and most modem bus terminal in the world, cover
ing an area of about 19 acres.
.


Friday. November 25, 1966
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N -he CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
., tvCNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
\ AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY
No. 66CI1744
vUTiCE OF PUBLICATION
, \ kkdeh \i. kavinhb
\ vssi iii1atii in,
i i: l. HICKSt >N mid
\ uXN'E HICKSON, his wife,
inkuown, ii living; un-
. n rental i i'ii. ,iii.i ii
!. n nnkttow h spoils) b, if
.ill unknown h Irs, de-
urnnti k, ii.-ibiii es, llcnors,
:: ilslces. Of O! ll.-l .\ ..-,
by, through, ii r it*.-1 or
hi said LADDIB i.. HICK-
., ,\ ml VVl >NNE HICKHiIN, his
md iigalusl .ill other persons
ur i lulmlng ic> ha\e .i i I
title or interest In or to
pcrtj hei 'in described,
ii lants.
.ADDIE I.. HICKSON nnd
i>.\.\K HICKSON, his wife
3 .-.'i.i. ii.,- .unknown, it living;
.-I. aii .'I'ihim's. if remarried,
uid it dead, then unknown
n i .-in.in hii: all un-
it i hell s, \ iv es, grantee*
Knees, llenora, creditors,
r otheru Use laiiiung
\. Hi nugh, under or against
i l.addle i. Hlckson sun
\ v.inni Hlckson, his wlfi nnd
,-miisl nl other persons having
, lalming i" have anj i ignt,
..I Intere8tf in ur i" ihe
hei in described,
BY HENRY LEONARD
11
I MIAM
i" the
in Ptot
' I'ublic
Florida.
\l:i: IIKItRIIV NOTIFIED
, suit iii foreclose mortgage
real and prrsngftl riropi m
imi filed aKaliial you In the
r i.y ih- I'lain! iff, Waldcn
ssvhigs \- l,";in Avwiclatl
rojiei tj Bought to be f>n -
fin follows:
I.. I .:. Pick 23, Nl IRTI
IIKillLANDH, ai cording
, thereof, recorded
: .. |Mig ;. of th
'i- ..I i '.nl.- i 'ount v.
D>r \m: lu-xji 11:1-:i> to nerve a
rnir answer it other pleading
- Attorney, .\l A IA'< h.\i
FltlKDM MX. 223 s K First Street,
12, Florida, and file the orlg-
offli. .if Hi,- CI, ik i.i the
.. 'iioi i, "ii it before the Blh
......r ISHI6, in default of
.- "iiini.iint will be token ns
'ii ugainsl you f"i- the relief
Plaintiff's complaini and
i .ciini:-
n:n this 1st day of November,
K. R. I.KA therm AN
I. K "i t he < 'Ircull i 'ourt
ui i '.nl. i ounty, Florida
B> l< M. I.V.MAX
I leouty i icrk
II M. ii.!.-,
LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
votk'K is HEREBY i;i\ i:x thai
Hi.' undii-M'Kned, desiring to engage
iidi r ih.- fictitious name
MKDICAI, cask msiiiKv c.r.
IV 29th Street, tllaleuh,
- to'register said name
I Ih. flerk "f the Circuit Court
ni\. Florida,
..,.,. MIRIAM RESSNER
h. Mi. MX ,v PORTER
Min.ini Ressner
ii a '-t street
Miami. Florida 33130
i i i i-is-:'-, n >
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C11922
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
-n.NAi.iH. I'ico,
i"..ii.in;.
\ -.
VRMBN MARCBLA PIXo d.- Vico
iH-rendant.
> CARMEN MARCBLA PIN.,
I. IK .1
Manuel Lands u3i
IJulrii .1,. Melena
Havana, Cuba
\"l ARK HEREBY notified ,i,;,,
'""i for Divorce hi..- been
I. -.ii.i v.,,1 are here-
nervi i. ",.> of your
......Plaint mi th,. piuin-
- attorney, LESTER ROC.KRS,
dtl -- i- :,:>:, v w iiih
. Mtaml Florida, and le the
mi-"., in the office
he Eleventh Judicial
J i Dade county. Ptor-
before il. ,.-., ,hl> ,
" "i default of which
; w"l be i...... .,> .,,.
'' It" daj of November.
11 I'RATHBRMA.N
th. Circuit Oourt
"> '' ''<'I'KI.AXI>
[C-= II ll-IV-^5 12"
'N AENSFJnJ'Vr4JUDGE'8 COURT
Fino,n0,R DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
, ,.,.. No. 72885-B
'': i state "f
' "rn' ,-' >KI.K Ti.K.-TAI) "*
'' "''II S. Tt.KST.VD
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 18016 (Schuli)
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
IN RK: 1'KTITIfiX op;
RK'HARIl AI.AX KWATCttKR
Notli i- h'i.-I.-, givi ii II.hi RICH-
ARD AI.AX KWATCIIBR. whose
residence address \r ill" Norm., ml.
Drive, Miami Bleach, Florida, intend-'
to annlj to One "f the Judges of the
Eleventh JudlelaJ Circuit, In And For
I'.hI. County, Florida, ai his
in the County 06urthotAe, at '..:ii
o'clock A.M., on th.- 19th day of
December 19(6, or as mioti thereafter
as h^ may !>< heard, for an Order
changing l.is name from lilill.\ni>
AI.AN KW.MI'HKH to ItlCHAKP
AUA.N f'ORBIN.
DATRDi Ai Miami Dade Cotlnty,
Florida, this !'ih duv of November
EDWARD VVM.TKIIM \X
Altoniey for Petitioner
-."' Blscayne IiiilMing
I!' \v Plaster sir..i
Miami, Florida 33130
11.18-25 12 2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
i....
h vu0T-'C. T CRED.
IhvhnV '.lr,,'"l" and /
I'm- r ivmi,.
TORS
aii Persons
T Demands Against
i i.- .-.
:;......
:-' "i Ki.iTi
Ls...;' ,k k|>itii
Whu,*-' ,,u"1
,"'">. Ui'l
'""I .1
"d Htai
nths f...... ''.':. "".'"" l calendar
ST.Ul'
he
notified and re-
any cbUnia and
.may have arnlnst
SHAKI-1-; TOR-
S' TOKSTAl).
*'ount>, Plor-
' "'inty Judces of Dade
.'"'. ,"" s-""- l dupii-
' "Mded section J83.W.
". In i hei,- offices
in
ibid
ui.,.ii
liitrr
;; "i,. ,im ,n
hereof,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. tN PROBATE
No. 7262S-B
\r. RE; Relate of
til.'M It AI'FKI I'.AI.M. also known ..s
J. R. AII-'Kl.r.Ar.M
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITOPS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Ha\ing I'laims or Ih-manda AgSlnst
Satd Estate:
Von aj-e hereby notified anil re-
quired to present any clalmn and
demands which you may haw against
the .slat.- of <;US R. AI'PEI.n.M'M.
also known ss (i. H. AI'Flvl.llArM
deceased late of I>ade County, Flor-
ida, i" the County Judges of Dado,
County, and file tin Unit In dupli-
cate and as provided in Rectlon
738.10, Florida Statutes, in then ,.|
flees in the Count) Courthouse In
I isde County, Florida, within si\
calendar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the lame
will he hal-r.-d.
I'ai.vl ;,t Miami. Florida, this :'*'h
day of October, A.I> I960
M'i'IIJC A. LOVEMAN
A. MAIItl'K l.o\ i:\IAN
As E\e,'iil..rs
l'iist publication of this
the Ith day of Novi ml., r,
HMiKV ZI'KKIIN'H'K
Attorney for Ex.....itnrs
120 I.in. ..In ltd.. Miami Item h
II 't-ll -1-'_'".
Il'il |C|
rjtio.
.ui
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTK'E IS 1IKRKHY OlVEN tliat'li'f's alt. rney. MARTIN FIXE, I >ade
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C12138
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MART I.AlVSo.V,
ITS ritifr.
vs.
Jl 'UN C I.AW.-a IN,
I icfi miaul.
TO; JOHN C. u\wsnx
Ri -i-l.-n'-e I ul. ri...\ u
VOi: ARE IIKRKRT NOTIFIED
that a Complaint for Dlvol..... has
been filed against you ami you are
required to We your answer thereto
with th. .'[.ri; of this i"iirt and
serve s ertbj upon Plaintiff's Attor-
hey, max i'. i:xi;i:l. i7 Street, Miami. Iloii.la on ... before
in. 30th dft> "i December, l^.;.;. else
a Peeiee ITo ConftMVSO XV 111 be 'M-
t. red Against you.
Dated this imh dav of November
I :'<.
K. B i.i: vTHKRMAN
Clerk ot the I'ire.iii Court
Bj K \l I.V.MAX
I >. ['illy I l.rk
ENCH7L AND r.M.I.A'K
MI..rm-.vs for Plaintiff
17"" x.w. 7iii Street
Miami, Florida
Bj max p EXCI.I.
11.lx..'.-, I- 2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C12049
NOTICE OF SUIT
TUB WIl.l.l.VMSI'.t l'.iiH
BAVINOS BANK
Plaintiff,
IK.BERT DARRKI.I, COFPMAN,
el U.\
Iit-f. ndanls.
to; Robert darrei^l coffman
and
Patricia Ann cofFmaN,
his wife
Co Mrs. lielh.-rt II. Coffman
Slssonvllle Road
Charleston, West Virginia
Vou a re Hereby notified that the
abovi captloned action has been in-
stituted against you in the Circuit
i'".nt of the l ith Judicial Circuit ot
Florida in ami for DadO County to
foreclose a mortgage ujion the l"l-
lowlng described real property:
l>i L'l in Bl.<-k 1 of lll'.n
ll'M'SE SI'IUMVISTOX .-u'.-oiil-
ing to the l'lnt thereof, recorded
in IM.it rt.'.ik .'.9 ai Page l>2 of
th.- Public Records of Da'ffe
County. Florida,
You are i-oquired to file a rdspon
sive pleading to plalntifrs .....nplainl
with the Clork of the aforesaid Court,
and Kcrve a copy Aefeof upon pluin-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C11562
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Maria rihari, n k ...
Marianna lllharl,
Plain! ii.
vs.
MICHAEL HlllAlM, .-, 1, ,
Mlhiill l: i u :
Defi ndant.
TO: MICHAEL- UIHARL
.' k a M ha I) I:
17". IVegerstrusse, >' i Solingen,
'I I l II x
VOi: ARE HEREBY notified thai
ii for divorc. hati bi i n filed
against you. A copy of \.....- plead-
ings must be served on Malcolm U
Friedman, Bko,., ;.:; s.E. Plri Street,
Mis ii, Florida, in the original file
in tins "ffi......n or before the Ml.
day of l>.....mi,, r. iirfts, ottiern-Tsi n
deeri e i"" confi -.'. \% .11 be entered
.'^.linsi you.
I lated, this 27th duv ol I Ii tol
!!";..
R. It. I.EA I IIEItM AX.
Clerk of the ClreUll '.iiirl,
I >nde 'ounty, Florida
By :. P. '-ui'Hi.axi>
I'.i.uiv clerk
II 1-11-18-23
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
solicits your legal nolicsf-
W appreciate) your
patronage and guarante*
accurate service at legal
rates .
Oial Fit 3-464)1
lor messenger service
ii i.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK is IIKRKBY c,|\ |.;.\ that
th. undersigned, desiring to enguKi
in I'lisin.-s under the fictitious in.....
.. ti:m:i:ht ,v hokffkr op
SI imsiI'K at M83 Rardlng Avenu. .
suiiside. Pluridu Intends i.. register
wild name with the Clerk of the Clr-
ouri "I l'...... County, Florida.
SURFSIDK JFWRLRY CKNTKR.
INC.
!> Rl'Tll PROHMAN
Pi -id. ut
ALRERT l ROSEN
Attorney for Siiri.-i.le Jewelry
center, Inc.
940 i.in. "in Road, Miami Beach, Pta
____ ii i-ii-is-:'.-.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY UIVKN that
ih.- undersigned .desiring to engage
in business under ih.- fictitious name
"f TRAHKRT .\ HOKFPER OP I IX-
cmIA; ROAD al 932 Uncoln Road,
Miami }:.... h, Florida Inti mis In reg-
ister -.ml iiiiiii, with the Clerk ..f
the Circuit Curt of Dade Count)
Florida.
LINCOLN JEWELRY CENTER INC
By: ELIZABETH .1 ICKOW ITZ
{'resident
ALBERT E. ROSEN
Attorney for Lincoln Jew
1 nt.r, Inc.
'I" Lincoln It...I
Miami Beach, Florida
il'l-ii-is-:'.-,
Iry
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T
IN AND FOR DADE COUMTV,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 12002
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ILlMl'IA ROSA M. I."SWA
Plaint Iff
\s. ,
- M'.I.N' i.i ISAD \
I.....idant
TO: S'ABINO I.< ISADA
I'l.'ii', \\ Kunnj side Ai ell II
< 'hicago, Illinois
V"ii. SABINI > I.i 'Si DA, an hereby
fled that ii liiil of Complain! u'i
Divorce has been filed againsl you,
i...i j i"i are i equin d lo sei rvi
of > our Answi r ui Pleading to .
Bill of 'omplalnt on the I'laintil i -.
attorney, CI'TLBR & EFRoNSON,
'!:' Aiusley l tl.it;.. Miami, Florida
13132, ..in! file the original Answer "r
I'leadlllg in the office Of the Clerk
I the Circuit Court ".. ". befori Hie
16th du) of December, 1966 li you
fall i" do >". judgmi nl by di fa lit
"HI h. taken againsl you nt the
ri li. f demanded in tile Bill of Co u-
I'lanil.
This notli'i shall be published once
each week for four consecutive we-ks
in THE JEWISH l-l.i .lill MAX
IMNK AND ORl>ERED ul Miai
Flor.ila, this Til. das ..i .\..\, uib ,,
A I' 1966.
i: U LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dud. County, Flori ...
(Seal) By: MAIMiCKRITB KEN -
I >e|.'ilv Mi : h
CCTLER ,v KFRONSON
i 613 Ain.-l. y Bids.
I Miami. Floriuu 33133 ::::-".-,
11/11-18-23 I 1
ui.
or the
a. ....."" "' '"O name
''''"x.iwV'i""1' ""'''a. this
'I'Nct, ,,,\r '-\ecutor
]," first
will
i:,ili
4 for Rxecutor
11'IK, Miami. Flu.
l0"""" Hllil.l;
li/is-jtj 12/n-a
,,-^si^itaw
,. ,.,:..mi.iiki:v qivkn that
,.'.. ".-mo'b '......gage
< i 7-; '!':<> u,e
" ^"ei. Miami, Intend
. a name hui, ,i. ,!,.,..
uri of Dade County
ll/4-ll-18-i
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In buslnoHs under the fictitious nan..
of PUNCHTNWMJO'S nt 19 Hsrnor
Drive, Key Itiscayne, Dade, F1irlda,
int.-ad to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
AL1-\RD W. ANTHONY
JBAX II ANTTIDNT
MORTIMER FRIED
Attorney for Allnrd W. Anthony
Je.in Anthony
.___ ll/4-ll-lS-?>
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ANQ FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72466 B
In UK: Estate of
CI1 Mtl.KS CHARCOW8KT
l>.....ased,
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO AM. I'KHSOXS IXTKRESTEn
IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DE-
CEDENT.
Von are hereby notified that a writ-
t.-n itistniment r-nViMirlini; to be the
lust will nnd testa men I of said oece-
dent has been admitted to probate ...
said Court. You are herein command-
ed within six calendar monihs from
the date f the first publication of
this notice to npi.esr in said Court
and Show cause, if yon can, why the
action of -aid C."irt in Sdmlttlns -aid
win tn probate shontd i."i stand nn-
ii\ "k. d,
PR \XK r: DoWLINO
C.inn'v JudSi
By MIM.r.A C DICK
Clerk
Fin i publication of this nol I
the ith daj of November, 1966.
SllAl'lHO. PTMFP ANT' WEIL,
KS.jS
Attorneys for Executrix
l"7 l.in.oln Road
Miami Beach, Florida S3I39
11 l-ll-18-IJ
Federal llullding. Miami. Morida.
33131, not
!?:;. or a
1.....llt'Tcd
DATED:
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 66 C 5682
(Judge Ci.llen)
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOHNNIE L. JINKS.
Plaintiff
vs.
ANNIE DKLORBS JINKS,
Defendant.
TO ANNIK DELORKH JINKS.
I iefendant
1121 Belmont Street, X.W. Apt. :.
sehlngton, D.I'. 21.....9
Von, ANNIE DELORBS JINKS are
hereb) notified that :i Kill ol Com-
plain I for Divorce lias been filed
against you. ,,wi you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
'leading to the Hill of Complaint "ii
the Plaintiff's attorneys, LEVEY
I.KVEXSTKi.v \ SIRKIN, 709 Alns-
ley Building. Miami, Florida 33133
and rn,- the original Answer or
I'leading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit c,,rt .ii or before the
lbth day of December, li'iiii. if you
rail to d" So, judgment by default
will I..- taken againsl you for th.
liel demanded in tin- Bill
plaint.
This notice shall be published on..
each week for four consecutive weeks
m HIE JEWISH n.Mltiin \x.
l'OXK AM) OldJKRED ..i Miami
Hoi Ida. this Mli day of Novembel
A. 11. 1966.
B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
circuit c "ourt, l lade County, Floi Ida
iS.-mI) By: c. P. COPBLAND
Dejput) ci.rk
I.KYKV. !.ir\ KXSTKIX *i SIRKIN
109 Alnsluy Building
Miami. Florida 33132
__ ^_^_ 11/11-18-35 12 S
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
THE
ol
re-
C.iin-
later than Decembt
l>ecree Pro Corifesso
againsl you.
Nov. S, [966.
16,
will
B. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of ih,.- Circuit Court
By: C. I. ALKXANDBR
n.-puly c lei k
M \ltTIN FINE
Dade Federal Building;
Miami, Fieri.Ui 33131
11/11-T8-25 I2."'i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72543-C
in RE: Estate ..f
BMMA KJ.l/.AllE Til 8TJES8
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All 1'urson.s
Having claims or Demands Againsl
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present snj claims and
demands which you mav have against
the estate of EMMA ELIZABETH
SI'KSS il.Vias.d late of Dade County,
Florida, t" tin- c..nnty Judkea "i
Dade County, and file the sumo in
duplicate and as provi.fed iu Beetles
733.16, ll.'iiila Statutes, in their offices
In the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months fron) I he time of the first
imbrication hereof, or rh* same w ill
I bam d
Dated in .Miami. Florida, this 31st
da) of i'. i.ili.i. \.i>. i>i6.
HBNRY NORTON
\- administrator C.T.A.
Iirst inil.iicaiion of this notice on
rhe ith day of November, i.....;.
HENRY NORTON
An..rue.v for Administrator C.T.A.
nt'ti Biscayne Building
11/4-11-18-2$
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVEN that
the undoreigned, desii ...u to ngagi
.r. business under the fictitious name
nf HARRY .1. DELL ASSOCIATE*!
.ii 3663 X.W. 7th Street, Miami, Flor-
ida 13125, Intends to register -.."I
i.une with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court oi Dade County, Florida.
FOREIGN MARKET SERVICES
INC.
By IIAUKY .1 DEI.I,
WILLIAM .1. IIOLDWORN
Attorney for
Foreign .Miirk.i Services; ipc
,__________________ID18-23 I* 2-9
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71751-C
In RE: Estate of
HARRY HKI.KOltD
i'. c. ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To An Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Pi mands Against
Said Estate:
Vmi are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and
demand*, which you may have against
the estate of HARRY i'iblfohd, Se-
ec.is.-d late of Dade County. Florida
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, ami fil. th> same in duplicaie and
na iTovfd.-d in Flection 733,16, Ptor-
la Statutes, in their offices In the
county Courthouse in Dade Counts
Florida, within six calendar mouths'
from ih.. tin., ..I the first put.Mi ail..i,
h'i. "i. or ih. same ill be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this nth
.lay oi rvovembi r, \ d inn.; /
CrtARIXVTTE FCRM vx
AS Iv.\ecul I i\
First publication ,.i this......,,. ,,
the Ivth day of November,
HARRY ZIKKUXICK
Attorney for Bxecutrlx
ISO Km. ..in Road, Miami Be ich
n 18-28 13 3-9
IN THE NAME AND BY
AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL rn whom THESE I'RKS-
l XTs SHALL COMB, OREETINOS:
Wh.reas. JACK A ABBOTT Mi-
ami Ueacll, Florida. SEYMOI'R
SINtlKR, Miami lieach, Ploridu
Kl.slK l.AIKlt, Miami. Florida, tiid
on no- 22nd day .a tctober, A 11,
l3 ise i" I" in, orporated und. r
li1,". ?JW" .'" "" s,,Ue "'' Florida
MIXMI UK.Mil RESERVATION
CENTER, INC., i coriioratlon, v. nh
ii- principal place of business ui
Ml VMI BEACH, DADE c, nx IV ,
the State .u" Florida, and whereas
such corporation did on the 27 th
day of October, A.D. 19(6, cause in
be filed in il.....ff.....,| the Secre-
tarj of state ,.f the state of Florida,
the 'locum.in.,i> authority required
under Se.., y }7, K|rida Statutes,
showing the dissolution ( such
corn.'ration.
Now, therefore, the Secretary of
State does hereb) certify to the fo
going ami that he Is satisfied that
the requirements of the law have
been complied with.
IN witxes's WHEREOF, I havi
hereunto set my lian.l and ha v. ul
fixed the Oreal Seal of the State ..f
Florida, ..i Tallahassee, the Capital
this the I'Tih day of October, a D.
1966
T. i.M ADAMS
s. ci etary of State
ii i-1]
is -,
NOTICE TO DEFEND
Or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C12085
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PHYLLIS I. SCHU ARTZ
Plaintiff, j
OILBKRT c. SCHWARTZ
i fendant.
TO: tSILBBRT C. SCHWARTZ
c o P. Schwartz
7S31 North Sheridan
Chicago, Illinois
You, UILBBRT C. BCHWARTZ,
me hereby notified thai a Pill (
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
gainst you, and you an- required to
serve a copy of your Answer ..r
Pleading to th.- itiii r Complaint on
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nal Answer or Pleading m the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 14th day ..f
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"ONE AND ORDBRBb at Miami,
this tb day of November,
I'loridn
A.D. 1966.
B. B.
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by ISABEL GROVE
the fifth anniversary ball of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Silberman (left) and Mr. and Mrs.
L. Lewis. Silberman was chairman of the event, and
:s president of the hospital.
Hebrew Academy Unit
Sets Lunch Wednesday
\muial membership luncheon
Hebrew Academy Women
held m tli<' French Room
hi the Hotel Fontainebleau on
Wednesday, Nov. 30.
Charles Simon, appointed
Mi-hip chairman by Mrs
Samuel Rosner. president, is an
Uadem> parent, a member of the
board, and vice president of the
Hebrew Academy Women.
This gala member-bring-a-mem-
ber event introduces the Hebrew
Academy, its work, aims and
goals, to the community."' Mrs.
Leonard Rosen, chairman of the
board, stated.
Two gold and bronze chrysan-
themum horseshoes greeted the
700 guests attending the Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital fifth anni-
versarj President's Ball on Sat-
urday evening in the Grand Ball-
room of the Fontainebleau Ho-
tel.
The live foot tall floral pieces
dominated the decor at the re-
ception, Congratulating Cedars
on its fifth birthday and honor-
ing the banquet chairman, Saul
Silberman .
Hospital president. Harry I.
Lewis, and Mrs. Lewis headed
the receiving line, which includ-
ed Mr. and Mrs Silberman, Mr.
and Mrs. S. K. Bronstein (he is
executive vice president of the
hospital), and the hospital trus-
tees and officers .
At the president's table were
Mi. and Mrs William D. Singer,
Dr. and Mrs Haydon Nicholson
(.lean of the University of Miami
Medical School). Mr. and Mrs
Julius Rosenberg (Mrs. Rosen
berg was in charm' of decora
tions), Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sie-
gal and Jordan Davidson .
Stated at Silbermans' table
were Mr. and Mrs. Starr Horton,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kassewitz.
Mr. and Mrs Harry A Yagle,
Mrs. Milton Ellis, and Mrs. Elsie
Kairys .
Harold A. Landfield. last week
named president emeritus of
Cedars, and Mrs Landfield were
with the Robert Z. Greenes.
Sidney Blums, Wilbur Sniders
and James Wilsons With Trus-
tee and Mrs. Morris Lomaskin
were Mr. and Mrs. E. Albert Pal-
lot. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Marko
witz, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Essen, Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley Wolff and Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Davidson .
The Joseph A. Garfields were
seen with the Nat Waldmans and
the Louis E. Goldmans. and at a
nearby table the Robert Russelis
were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Sol
('. Shave. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Ansin, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Popick,
and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wcin-
kle .
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwadron.
Mr and Mrs. Percy Lewis, and
Mr. and Mrs Ben Hartley were
sun admiring the unusual floral
decorations with Judge and Mrs.
Irving Cypen, Mr and Mrs Elli-
ot! Blumenthal, Mrs Carrie Ros-
en and Mr. and Mrs. R. Williams
Apte ...
Spotted enjoying the dance
music of Mai Malkin and bis
orchestra were Mr. and Mrs Tim
Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Thompson, Mrs. David Levy.
Mrs. Birdie Childs. Mrs. Selma
Oritt. Mr. and Mrs Arthur Lin-
dau. Mr and Mrs. William Leh-
man. Benjamin Noble, Mrs
Katherine Cowan, Sylvan Ryce.
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Kallman of
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'See-lt-Yourself Carcade Takes Prexies
On Tour of CJAppeal Agency Facilities
Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg, vice president of
the Federation cf Jewish Women, and chair-
of the day for the presidential "See-it-
Yourself" tour, reviews the day's agenda with
scr.ip of the participating leaders. Left tn right
Mrs. Seymour Silverman, president of
pie Beth Sholom Sisterhood; Mrs. Isodore
nsky, president, Temple Sinai of North
A "Sce-it-Yourself Motorcade''
wound its way throughout the city,
last week when presidents of Dade j
County Jewish women's organiza-,
tions visited the local beneficiary'
agencies of the Greater Miami |
Jewish Federation.
Sponsored and conducted by the
Federation of Jewish Women, the
presidents met at Federation of-
fices for some morning sustenance
of coffee and donuts before begin-
ning their all-day tour.
First slop was the Bureau of
Jewish Education ut 940 Lincoln
Road Mall. A quiet stroll around
the Bureau s library and a peak
into a few classrooms, and they
were off to the VM and W1IA on'
the other side of town. 8500 SW
8lh SI Miami
The 43 minutes allotted for this
agency wasn't quite enough time
in which to see everything, but
Dade; Mrs. Robert Childs, president. National n ,ij(| give the ladies a chance to
Council of Jewish Women, Bay Division; and see nurserj school children in ac-
Mrs. Larry Silverman, president, Greater Mi-
ami Women's Auxiliary of the Jewish Home
for the Aged. Mrs. Silverman also serves as
corresponding secretary of the Federation of
Jewish Women.
Caron Roman, 16
Jr. Mess Finalist
On Merritt Island
Caron Eve Roman is one ol
ivelies among the ten final-
ists who will vie for the title of
Merritt Island Miss Junior Miss
n Nov. 22.
Sponsored by the Merritl Island
laycees, the contest to find the
typical teen-age girl will be held
.it the Merritt Island High School
Auditorium. The eventual national
winner will receive scholarships.
gifts, and trip.
The brown-eyed Caron is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Roman, and great-granddaughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Baker.
A senior at Merritt Island High,
the gifted teen-ager offered a dra-
matic reading from "Mrs. Mc-
Thing" for the talent portion of
the contest.
The 16-year-old came out with
one of the highest averages in the
National Merit Scholarship awards
and will be among the youngest
college freshmen when she enters
Sophie Newcomb in September,
1967.
Israeli Cantor to Officiate
Rabbi Tibor li Stern, spiritual
leader <>i the Jacob C. Cohen Com-
munitj Synagogue, announces then
Cantor Meyer Engel, tenor, of
Ramat Can. Israel, will officiate
during Saturday morning services
tion, a tew senior citizens enjoy-
ing the facilities, the oversized
swimming pool and several athletic
areas which would be swarming
with children a tew hours later
v. hen their school daj ended.
Across town again, this time
'to 151 NE 52nd \\e. the '<-
Home lor the Aged, where the
presidents worked up an appetil
walking around the Home and
viewing ail of its accommodations
for resident^ the Ablin Memor-
ial Wing for the incapacitated and
infirm; physical therapy rooms,
where residents receive rehabilita-
tive care: the arts and crafts
classes, where creativity reigns;
and the rooms which residents call
home
The presidents enjoyed lunch
in the Home's dining room as
guests of the Jewish Home for the
Aged. Joining them were repri
sentatives from two other Federa-
tion agencies. Leon Fisher, execu-
tive director of the Jewish Fam-
ily and (hiklren's Service, and
Mrs. Sylvia Papier, public relations
director. Mount Sinai Hospital.
After lunch, the presidents
strolled across the Home's grounds
to the Jewish Vocational Service
Workshop, where they were greet
ed by Dr. Michael Goodman, exe<
Utive director Of JVS, who led (hi
group around the workshi
explained the t> pe of v 011 trail
ing received at JVS
It was late afternoon whi -
a ency lour ended. The pi esidei t -
hoarded the bus foi the return
ride tn! am
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for how manj people were i"
help 'd, '.' In- fie:
how many people were
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The presidents had seen i' all
i"! themselves, and they pled
heir cooperation in tl iconi
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Guest speaker at Tuesday's
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izens Club 2 was Rev. John Pap-
andrew. Mrs. Regina Balin and
Mrs. Nata Utal sang vocal selec-
tions. A film was shown to con-
clude the evening's agenda.
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Detroit and Mrs Nettie Mil-
grim .
Colorful attendees at the black-
tie event also included Mr. and
Mrs William C. Lantaff, Mr. and
Mrs Eugene Mori. Mr and Mrs
Everett Clay and Mr and Mrs.
Kenneth Noe Jr. .
International pianist-comic Vic-
tor Borge and Leonid Hambro
i < nted a two hour production,
"I omedy in Music."' setting a
tone ol gaiety and humor to the
evening.

Mrs. Gertrude Indgin. of 218
SW 15th Ave.. returned recently
from a visit to Augsburg, Ger-
many, where she spent three
weeks with her son. Dr. Sidney
Indgin. his wife. Bobbe, and
Mrs. Louis Cohen (second from ieft who, with her husband,
has been named to receive Israel's coveted "Chai" Award,
reives congratulations from Mrs. William Herri... Mrs. Mur-
ray Shaw and Mrs. Euqene Labovitz at a reception tendered
Coi. and Mrs. Harris for members cf the corps cf hosts for
t.-.e Temple Ner Tamid Israel "Chai" Dinner of Stats on Sat-
urday evening, Dec. 3, at the Fontcinebleau Hotel.
Temple Ner Tamid Israel Bond Dinner
Will Honor Lows Cohens on Dec. 3
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. spiritual
leader of Temple Ner Tamid. an-
nounced this week that a roster
of congregation leaders will head
the committee for the Temple
Ner Tamid Israel "Chai" Dinner
of State under the chairmanship
of Murray Shaw, temple pres-
ident
The dinner will be held Satur-
day evening. Dec. 3, 7 p.m., at the
Fontainebleau Hotel, where Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Cohen are sched-
uled to receive the State of Israel
"Chai" Award "for their distin-
guished life-long service to the
cause of Israel."
Zeev Boneh. Israel"s newly-
appointed Consul General for
southern United States, will come
to Miami to present the Award.
Dinner chairman, Murray Shaw,
announced that "an outstanding
program of entertainment has
been arranged for the dinner cel-
ebration." The entertainment will
feature Jan and Lillian Bart in
their popular adaptation of "Fid-
dler on the Roof." the smash New
York musical.
Shaw announced that the corps
of hosts for the dinner will in-
clude Mr. and Mrs.
1 ., i Id AN i. Addle !: Idiu r, Ham
' n Max r".-i I '.ii :i :. i:.k. .
'"ii rles H Branson, William Cardu-
'. uli i >hi n m.ix i'ohen, Moirla
Cohen, Anna Contain, laldore Dee-
i laai l ".ii. n, R ilh Bckatt-ln,
.-itfri.il Ah xT i: g, n> -
man Blsenbaum, Aaron Blaenateln,
Sol Extrai t, Mollla Pa i
i-'. Idmai Hem eita I" ni. Ezra Fil
laui i i :. Sol Frankel, I-..
i''i. Pi i. .I :..n. i-..i. i, i;, |er, i n>i t
; Ii ti, Eatbi r < ilaaei. I lavld <; in
Hari s E. '.l /i. i. i.......- lold, Bi n
Jamin Uoldberg, Louis Qolden, Aaroi
Goldman, Abraham Qoldman, Chartea
Goldstein, Rose Goodman, Samuel
Graubart, Solomon Qraen, Adolph
Greenbaum, Jack Greenbers*, Sam
Greenfield. Nathan Greenhouse. Jean
K. Greenspan, William Man i
Henrj Hlrsch, Morrli Hlndan, Mi-
chael Horwlta, Anna Hyinan. Sam
Jacobs, Philip Jacoby, Joseph Kahn.
Morrla Klelnman, Aaron Komvaea,
Ellison Koeoff, David Krause, Arthur
Lansaam, ami..hi Leon, Meyer Lesh-
n. Rebecca Uevlne, Harn Lleber-
man, Jacob Mayblum, George J.
Meisel, Isatfon Mendelson, Abraham
Mensln, Herbert Miller, Morrla Mlr-
/. ly, Herman Malven, Charles New-
man, Samuel Padnlck, laldore PIncua,
Cj Plaaky, Loula Platt, Hyman Pot
m.i. Caul II. Press, Frederick Prop-
per, Louis Rablnowits, Philip Rand-
man, Max Raskin, i> Dale Recent,
Jessie J. Recent, Julius Resnlck, Al-
exander Rest, Isidore J. Kiffkln.
Bruce Rlvhman, Herman Rosen, Al-
berl V*. Rosenberg. Ears RoseriTMd,
Jack it. RosenthaJ, Mon Roaaeln,
Nathan Rottenbers;, Irvlna Rubin,
I', nnlc Kudner.
Leon Rusln, Samuel '/. Sakrals, Na-
than Solomon, Morrla Samovlta, Ja-
cob Saplrateln, Alvln Savage, Isidore
Mh... in. r, Harn B. Schoener, Eu-
m Schwars, Joseph Sertner, Her-
man Shaw, Murra) Shaw, Harrj
Sherman, Philip Shlanaky, Solomon
- Ii I I .mm. Sk .i Ji -. pli Silvi r-
inaii. Benjamin Simon, Max Simon,
'-1 n Singer, Samuel Smllea, II.:-
Solomon, i.....n.mi Bolomon, Phil-
ip Soiii.ut. Irvlni C bpear, Herman
bi r. Maxwi II Splra, Louis S ich-
Noi bi |n -.in. Loula H
man, Moe Stai r, Mej r Ten i
n, Sadie Troaky, Helen T i
' ii I Tucker, Nathan \ lock, Rose
u a ni i. Abraham \\ ai aha*. Jon ii
>' William Weinberger, William
"i -man. Lawrence Weaton, Aaron
Wolach, Morris Woakow, Abraham
l.ii'f;-. Maurice Baretsky, Joseph
Zeman.
Y' Activities Director Slated
Miss Syd Skolsky, director of
activities for the Greater Miami
YM and WHA. will perform her
"One-Woman Show" at Agudath
Israel's Chanuka Concert on Sun-
day. Dec. 11, 7:30 p.m., in the
synagogue.
Highlight of the evening will
a -pedal candN lighting cere-
mony Traditional singing will be
conducted by Miss Skolsky.
.'.;.-.- Skolsky will be featured as
song-stylist, with self-accompani-
ment on the accordian. She is the
author of three published books,
and writes her own material for
shows.
She received her vocal training
at the Juilliard School of Music in j
New York.
Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever, spiritual
( Agudath Israel Hebrew;
Institute, will serve as evenin
naster.
rove
their 2-year old son. Michael ...
While there. Mrs. Indgin accom-
panied her family on several
trips through Switzerland and
Germany, and spent a week at a
Torah retreat sponsored by the
U.S. Army in Berchdesgaden.
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The George Saks of Miami, who
have just announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Barbara
Ellen, to Gary Steven Tucker,
left Wednesday for Chicago
where the betrothal will be cele-
brated on Sunday The future
bridegroom is the son of that
midwest city's Mr. and Mrs. Hy-
man Tucker.
...
Beautiful Gloria Dellaven. well
Known actress and wife of State
Senator-Elect Dick Fincher, will
be one if the .indues for the an-
nual Miss Miami Beach Pageant
D( 12 at the Eden Hoc .
Others named to the judging
thus far include Frank
u : rool ie lini backei
the Miami Dolphins, and Eden
Roc President Morris Lans-
burgh .
Frequently mistaken for broth-
ers because they resemble one
another more than a little, and
known as "The Rover Boys.'" Stu
Shapiro. Herm Pomerantz. Mor-
gan Levy, Sy Cohen and Marvin
Guberman spent another of their
many happy weekends together
recently at the Diplmtwr-
Their wives, who have no diffi-
culty telling them apart, also on
hand for the occasion, which
marked Marvin Gubermans
birthday.
*
Just returned from Orlando,
the Jerome Kimhalls. of the Ter-
race Towers, attended the Bar
Mitzvah there of Daniel Jona-
than, son of Dr. and Mrs Morton
: vy. and were entertained by
other relatives and friends in .the
area More family news : om
the couple, they are th > h
grandparents of a brand new ar-
rival, Julie Elizabeth Kimball.
Lots of parties on the late No-
vemrx r calendar around the
home of the I.en Zilberts. and
son Sheldon, pre-med student at
Tulanc University, home In time
to enjoy them and the Thanks- /
giving holiday Among
to be celebrated, the bin
son-in-law Murraj Rubin, ihich
also falls on the 24th .
Pretty sight on the ennis
courts at Kings Bay Yachl and
Country Club. Barbara (Mrs \i.
thun Bernstein sharper. up
her game for the Club
Championship tournaments
the winter schedule.
a *
When William Friedman loft
his home to keep a dentist
pointment, he was drivl 3 his
own car. so it i- little
that his wife wa puzzle
he returned several hou.-
in a cab Simple ai -
the riddle, the man of the I
was in a collision on Co
. While he, fortunati
able to walk av v uninju
car. was not so lucky. .
to be towed .
Good news 1 ai
here. Bee 1 Mr- ': S 1.
recovering nici
although 11 :"'- 1
more before shi abli
the Kings Pi ti H
Staunton \ 'a.
(Mom I fui^k
J
TMt Sldl i'M !m( l,cnr f
spread Florida ttunshinv this
iianuhUah wiih navvl oranqiH
10.5).? full bushel, delivered
0.5).) half bushel, delivered
A gift packed with all the sunny flavcr cf
Florida! Sweet, seedless premium navel oranges
. tree ripened and so full of juicy goodness!
A welcome way to spread Florida sunshine
1o friends and relatives in the North.
JM CITRUS, first floor, miami
available at dadeland and fort lauderdale
Sorry, no C.O.D.'s
1501 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PARK FREE!


Fridc-.-. November 25. 1966
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1501 3 3CAYNE BLVD. PARK FREE! SHOP JM 10 'TIL 9:30
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CRCAtive QiFts For hanukkah
Svom jin's vaiariul. irontierSullif
uniquv ivy dvpartmvntl
We are in anticipation of the cries of
glee from little wide-eyed visitors
who view the glittering world of JM to,"=
Parents will delight to all the new
"discovery" toys from the Creative Play'hirg
Shop exciting infant toys, jumbo
rde em toys tractor-trailer trucks,
musical instruments, giant magnifiers,
unjsual wooden puzzles and a fascina:"g
fray of imoorted tovs from Scadinavia
oriand, and the Orient. Wander
he Steiff iungle of wi!d. plush animals
Myriads of backyard jungle gyms and b>-
for all ages! Shown: unit building b'o -
2 OC 'he extensive family se" 65.00.
JAJVS TOY SHOP, fourth fiocr, miami
available at dadeland and fort lauderds e
SIOBI WiTm Tuf r. JSiOA F^A =*
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* Jewish ncrkfian
Friday, Ncverrib3r T5, :::g
i .
... IT STARTED THIS A'WAY
After the umpteenth time that Lawrence
Silverman's wife, Shari, was installed as "The
President," he decided he might as well be doing
m mething else besides watching her being in-
stalled So. as a hobby, he started taking pictures
al the installation luncheon. He has turned out
to be a fine amateur photographer. He did a
C( mplete book of the happenings when Mrs. Irv-
ii g Lehrman was installed as president of the
Federation pf Jewish Women. She was so excited
w hen Shari gave her the pictorial story. Some of
the besl candid shots of that day included Mrs.
S. in Blank. Mrs. lay Ablin. Mrs. Carl W'cinkle.
Mrs. Sol Silverman and Mrs. A. L. Glickman. with
Joseph Upton, Arthur Rosichan and Rabbi Irving
Lehrman showing up in many of the backgrounds
and. of course, his favorite subject, his wife Shari.
NEIGHBORS NIGHT
Linda and Marty Kaplan had a "Neighbors
Night' dinner Strictly roast beef, with all the
trimmings, the guests sat around after dinner
and hashed over world affairs. Included were
Jill and Stanlej Arkin, Evelyn and Maurice Es-
f< rmes, and My ma and Robert Somerstein
DEAR CHILDREN
Lillian Bernstein couldn't go to New York
;ii the surprise 25th anniversary party that her
grandchildren were giving for their mother and
father, Minn and Stanley Marshall, so she did
ti e next best thin.: She sent them a recording
i all good wishes she would have delivered in
person
ROUND AND ABOUT
Seen at Jordan Marsh Tearoom eating lunch
wore Mrs. Adelma Hellman and Mrs. Tina Rosen
burg elated over finding just the right color TV
b r Mrs. Rosenberg's apartment. Mrs. Sidney
Toller, Mrs. A M Chisling and Mrs Raymond E.
Feiner, the eternal threesome, talked away as
if thej hadn't seen each other in months. Mrs.
Frank Weiss and .Mrs. Martin Seidell stopped at
' rs Donald Rubin's table to say "hello." Among
at the table were Mrs Daniel Rifkin, Mrs
ej Lewis, Mrs Alfred Muss. Mrs Jesse Rose.
nces
and Mrs Isadore Rieger. Miss Edna Heller waved
'hello as she passed Mrs. Louis Adler lunching
with her daughter and son-in-law to-be for the
last time before they became Mr. and Mrs.
HOME TO NO SNOW
After five months in New York. Hilda and
Milton Gross drove through a raging snow storm
to net here. Hilda had had a desire to see snow
again, but after being caught in the unexpected
violence of a real killerdiller storm, she feels
that she can do without any kind of snow in the
future, including artificial snow flakes. They
made two stops, one to see her daughter Jane
at the University of Wisconsin, and then to visit
married daughter Betty and Mark Kosoff and
son Nicklos. who is almost ready for his first
birthday.
WHAT FUN
Marjorie and Irving Cowan certainly can
have volumes of autographs. They went to the
Miami-Pitt football game with Buddy Hackelt.
Hope and Rocky Pomerance and Miriam and
Mickey Weinkle were with them. They could
have had their autographs, too. Next on the Cow-
an agenda was the closing of the Buddy Greco
show. The Cowans went with Sheila McRae and
Buddy's wife. Danny, It is hard to keep everyone
straight today with their nicknames Buddy is
the boy, and Danny the girl.
OUR MAMA IS THE BEST
Dorothy Kreiger Fink went over to her chil-
dren's house. Richard and Naomi Kink, out in
South Miami to help yet the three grandchildren
ready to go out to dinner Young Richard and
Julie were doing just fine, but when she went
to help Jonathan, who is just five, he said in
great indignation, "Can't I have any privacy?"
After dinner, the children went home, and Dor-
othy and her son went to the Coconut Grove
Playhouse to see Naomi who had a role in "All
the V ay Home." The children had been to a
matinee All agreed that their Mama was won
derful, the best of them all. Dorothy and then-
fat her agreed to that.
Frances Lehman
Orthodox Women Will Pay Tribute To Mrs. Johnson
By Special Report
Women Branch of the Union
ol Orthodox Jewish Congregations
Vmerica will paj tribute to
Mrs Lyndon H Johnson at the or
i tion national biennial i
tii n in Washington, D.C.
a special scholarship pro-
ill be formall) established
in in r name, it was announced bj
Mrs Nathan 11 Wadler, national
li nl
Delegates ol more than 650 syn-
sue sistei hoods throughout
the United States and Canada,
with a total membership of 150.-
000 will take part In the conven-
No\ >' to 2!i at th Shore
tel in the nal pita!
MRS. LYNDON JOHNSON
Alums to Select Model of the Year
i'ln Sigma Sig na Alumnae ol
I its 17th

; 1:15 p. m
H will be do
I
i hait
Sisterhood Tells
Of 2 Programs
Sisterhood ol Temple Ner Tam
i I v ill hold ,-, special c vening
.hi Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
Program will include Rabbi Eu-
eene LabovHz, Bruce Richman.
education director, and Cantor Ed-
i Klein with the Children's
I lioir.
Sisterhood Is planning a "mem
ber I i in l; a life member" cham-
pagne luncheon at the home of
Mrs Look Cohen. 801 88th St..'
On Monday. Dec. 5. at noon.
Funds raised by Sisterhood help:
subsidise the Religious School of
the temple.
Mrs. Henrietta Fine, life mem-
bership chairman, will be chair
man for the day Mrs. Carlton
Blake is Sisterhood president
manship of Misses Audrey Borok
and Bobbl Ann Ossip, will feature
-I ions from Patty 's Limited Edi
modeled by members of the
13 soi iriti al the l niversity of
Miami who will compete for the
title, Model of the Year" Miss
Gail Luckman i i lei ol the
Year, will crown the winner
The Children's (enter, estab-
lished in lit>2 al the suggestion of
I'm Sheppard, is a day
school for children too emotion-
ally-disturbed to attend public
school. Children currently enrolled
are between the ages of 7 and 9.
In addition to the Children's
Center, the newest philanthropic
project for the Phi Sig alums, the
chapter is continuing the four
current scholarships previously
awarded to students in the Dade
County Young Scientists Research
Program who wished to continue
their scientific studies at a four-
year university.
Tickets for the event may be
obtained from Mrs. Bert Saul, res-
ervations chairman. Mrs. Myles
Eaton is arehon of the local chap-
ter
Mrs Johnson will be cited at
the convention "for her keen vis
ion and noble endeavors." which
have served as "an inspiration to
American womanhood
Dr. Immanuel Jakobivits, newly-
elected Chief Rabbi of the British
Commonwealth, will be keynote
speaker at (he opening session of
the three-da) conclave on Sunday
evening.
other guest sneakers in the pro
gram include Rabin Pesach Levo-
v it/, president of the Rabbinical
Council of America. Mrs. Moses i.
Isaacs, dean of the Stern College
for Women ol Yeshlva University;
Dr. Jacob Freid, director of the
WurZWeiler School Of Social Work
oi Yeshiva University; Rabbi Her-
bert Birnbaum, of the Bureau of
Jewish Education of Baltimore;
and Rabbi Elihu .1 Steinhorn, ex
ecutive direct >r of Yavneh, the
Natii nal Relii ious Jewish Studi nts
Association
Hemophilia Unit Meets Dec. 1
Delia Delancy Chapter, Nation
al Hemophilia Foundation, will
hold it- monthly meeting at the
Bel Aire Hotel on Thursday noon.
Dec l.
Miss Jacobs Gets
UF Fellowship
Rhoda Joy Jacobs, a straight
"A" student at the University of
Florida, where she will receive an
undergraduate degree in Decem-
ber, has been awarded a fellow-
ship at the university.
Daughter oi Mrs Gertrude N.
Jacobs, she is a Miami Beach High
graduate.
She will work toward a Master's
degree in speech therapy follow-
ing graduation.
Wanted
Men's, Ladies'
and
Childrens Clothing
in GOOD CONDITION
to be SHIPPED to
ISRAEL
FOR ORPHANAGES
AND SCHOOLS
CALl or WRITE to:
MR. SAM'jri RE'NHARD. Chairman
CICTHING FOR ISRAEL COMMITTEE
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
770 40'h St.
Miami Beach, Florida
Tel. JE 8-1251

JEWISH
CONVALESCENT
HOME OF
SOUTH FLORIDA
310 Collins Ave.
Phone 532-6491
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NONPROFIT
NONSECTARIAN
Miami Beach's Only
Kosher Nursing Home and Health Center
SIDNEY SIEGEL
Executive Director
SARAH KEISER
President
(Kates start ml SSS)
15 Becorc fltrights
O* Pytf..an Ledge
Fifteen 'esquires" were i
ed into the rani, .i "|- |
leeting o* r
Gershwin Knights of I'wi......
Monday. 7.30 p.m.. at the Su
Community I enter.
Chancellor < ommander I
Heath presided
Sholem Aleichem
Oneg Shabbat Fri.
Oneg Shabbat of the Sholem
Aleichem Yiddish Club will be
held Friday. Dec. 2. 8 p.m.. at 842
Washington Ave
Participating in the literary and
musical program will be Louis I 0
savin, principal of the y, L Peretz
Schools here: Miehl -Gibson, for-
merly of the Yiddish Art Theatre;
and Ben Yoinen. composer and
conductor of the Miami Beach .
Community Singers.
Abraham Filosof will preside at
the function.
OTI
t>vw
gathered for you
Miriam Field
4tiany relitfious duties are not binding
upon women. Yet omen lire required to
be present at. and participate in. the
lighting of the ( hanukah candles. \\ h\!
Becauseexplains Rabbi Joshua ben
l.cvia woman was closely involved in
the miracle. He refers, of come, to the
Hasinoncan heroine Judith who. single-
handed, slew Holofernes, captain nf the
\ssvriun armies. But it is also a fat Hi It
throughout the dark dark ages nf nut
embattled history unsung Judiths l>\ the
hundred thousand have kept the Dicker-
ing flames of Judaism burning bright ..
turcd by a lalkc'.'
Trie glimmer 51 the liny candles \
the shimmer of an heirloom mci
C'haaukah songs and ( hanuk. p
Ciaicly and light and laughter. I
ered family and warmly writ
friends. These are ihc traditional
dicnis. And latkes are a Chat
tradition, too. No doubt hcrok I
was a "beryah" as well as a '
and it may well have been hei lu'
lathes, as well as her legendary
that enthralled Holofernes. V
captivate vow captain (and ere
these special-occasion treats:
CHOCOLATE DESSERT LATKES
1 cup mnk 7 taBlespco'
aspoonsait
1 i cup (' 2 stick) Fleischmarr
U cup warm water (1 OS
1 package Flei'chrrann s Active Di.
1 egg. beaten
2 squares 'i-oun<
chncolate. melted
1 cup unsifted flojr
Seald milk: slir in sugar, salt ami I
moan's Margarine. ,m' '" '"*"
Measure warm water into a warn
Sprinkle in I leisehniann s V east:
dissolved, stir in lukewarm milk m
Vilil en, melted chocolate and HiHI
iimil smooth, aboil! one milHIti I
rise in warm place, free ir.....dn
doubled in hulk, about 50 minute* v
down batter land slir occasional !
use ii i I or eael' latkc poor 1 table-1" "
batter on bol griddle. I urn when
appear on surlaee. Serve warm w'th let!
cream and chocolate same. Makes IH
2i> luscious latkes.
NUTTY WAFFLES
lJi cupsunsittc! '
4 teaspoons Roval Baking Po
1 tablespoon sugar* 1 tea
2 eggs 1'-2 cups milk
p Planters 0:1
12 cup chopped Planters Coci:
Combine Hour. Royal Baking >
sugai and sail. Heal tORCtberi
Planters Oil, Blend Into Hoar ml*
Planters < ocktail Peanuts, Kill hi' i
fore -niln-: to distribute nuts P
centel "l hot waffh iron until It
about I Inch from edgea of iron
thickens on standing! spread i< -
t ovei ami bake until steaming stops. I
COVcr. I oosell \>allies "ilh iork, HI
hot for breaklasi or dessert. Ml..... : '
14 nultj "allies.
, wontlerlidh
ii y/j. ,/ dollop
Just fOI BlItM II
and other fane) farearefoi -r
casions, i., in hinann'i Via
longs on yow breakfast tablt
oj ///. week. 4nd for good teas
cause it's made from 100\ pure
corn oil, Flelschmann's Vtargai
a fresh-from-lhe-cornfieldi flan
came It's made from 100,pwi golden
corn oil, Flelschmann's \tan o
very low in saturates ami so vei
for every member of yow fan
because it's 100*/okosher,ll'sprat
a tradition in .An Ish home. So,
da) oni. let yow family enjoy this very
spet inl margai ;//<. _________
3t mav be too early to polish lh
menorah. But its not too early for the
makers of Flelschmann's Margarine*
and Planters Oil to hope that your borne
will be tilled with joy and with !'
this C hanukah ... and all year round.
MANNA ABOUT TOWN
IS A STANDARD BRANDS EXCLUSIVE
EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE
BRIGHT YOUNG H0MEMAKER


Friday, November 25. 1966
fJenist fkrid/an
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Surveying bric-a-brac for sale at the Country
Fair and Auction jointly held by Coral and
South Dade Divisions of Greater Miami Sec-
tion, National Council of Jewish Women, are
(left to riqht) Mrs. Jerold Schwarz, vice pres-
ident, ways and means. South Dade; Mrs.
Burton Levey, president. South Dade; Mrs.
Melvin Shapiro, vice president, administration,
"Profits in advance for our annual luncheon" is the message
rig conveyed by Mrs. Moriis Gidney, president of the
Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach, as she turns ever
money to ticket co-chairmen, Mrs. Rcbeit G.osFmnn (seated
left) and Mrs. Marui Wexlei ated right). Sharing in ;he
ipation of a succp.-r.ful Dec. 14 luncheon at the Fen'
bleuu Hole'. I '. Mount Sinai He re _ta?id-
: to right' Fpon^ors c'. Edward L. Cowen;
luncheon crurrn hcnield; and honoimy cl
man Mrs. Fiances Linn.
Zion ladies Set Carnival lime Garden C!'!&
Coral; Mrs. Bernard Abel, president. Coral;
Mrs. Charles Rosenberg, Section vice pres-
ident, way and means; Mrs. John Adams.
vice president, ways and means, Coral; and
Mrs. Alfred Moss, vice president, membership,
South Dade. Merchandise was donated by
members of the two divisions, with proceeds
going to aid Council's service programs.
Food Fair Opens
Lauderdale Store
Food Fair stores, [nc. opened
a 24.000 sq. n. ultra-modern super-
market in the new 42-aere Laud-
erhill Mall Shopping Center lasl
week ;it 1215 \\V 401 h Ave
Lauderhill Mayor Howard I!
Ehlinger and city Council Pres-
ident Henry II Winkler Jr head-
ed ;i group of officials and civic
leaders who officiated ;it the iii.nnl
Opening ceremonies
This is ihe 19th Food Fair in
Broward County, and the third
new supermarket t<> he opened bj
the chain this year in the Knit
Lauderdale area
Herman stem. Food Fair's
Southern Division manager, an-
nounced thill the new supcrmar
ket's 17.000 s,| ii sales area will
offer more than 9,000 food and
household item* throughout 18 <'
partments. These include nation-
lucl -. as v nil as a
complete el *ction ol Food I
el I iiui~
p i I:'';
'
i- ,i man-
;i er ten \ eai s ago He
i West Palm
Beach an lerdale i>' ioi
to his 1 audei hill
Carnival time sponsored bj Tern-
ili Zion Sisterhood is scheduled
for Dec. :t to 5 starting on Satur
.lay at 6:30 p.m., Sunday at noon,
and Monday at 3 p.m. Added this
ear to the games, booths, rides,
food and merchandise will be a
country store rummage.
Hospital Show
To Tell the Truth1
To Tell the Truth" is the theme
for the Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxil
iary semiannual breakfast and
neeting to be held Friday, Dec. -.
1 4") a in., in the I.ouis E. Wolfson
Auditorium.
Ralph Renick, of Ch. 4. will be
noderator. Judge Jason Berk-
man, Mrs. Harry Smith. Milton
kV'eiss and Mrs. a Herbert Matties
a ill serve as panelists
The panel show, describing the
services of the auxiliary, is being
produced by Mrs. Maurice Serotta,
with singing commercials by Trixie
Levin performed by Mrs. Rocky
Pomerance.
Chairman of the day will be
Mrs. Raymond Ceiner. Program
Chairman is Mrs. David Miller.
Sfeck Lunch
"Come on '() My Hoose" i-- the
themi of Wednesday's Mt. Sinai
Hospital Garden Club's luncheon
to take place at the Miami Beach
Garden (enter and Conservatory.
According to Mrs. Milton Trav-
ers. decorations chairman, tables
will be decorated by club mem-
bers. Motifs will center around
Jewish holidays and celebrations.
Decorators include Mesdames
Mark Cirlin, Herman Bogdish,
I)a\ id Rotherberg, Irvin Wein-
reich, Charles Courshon, and Sam
uel Berlin.
.Mis Hen I.ond. president, will
meet with the board at 10 a.m. The
luncheon, which will feature steak
treats, begins at noon.
Avoid the Holiday Rush
Call NOW lor
TUNING & REPAIRING
OF YOUR PIANO
IRVING GOLDBERG 621-0084
VIP's, your attention please!
EXPERT PREPARATION for
COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAMS
Saturday daises open to all
High School Level Students
ol Very Interested Parents.
Adelphi Prep
12390 W. Dixie Hwy. Ph. 757-7623
Ti:\oit WANTED
for NORTH MIAMI BEACH SYNAGOGUE
CHOIR. Must read music have own
transportation.
CALL 947 7528
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KABBI, CANTOR
BARITONE VOICE, Good Balkoreh, He-
brew Teacher, seeking synagogue for
Sabbaths or all year round. Call tor
audition 865-8806.
WANTED: IMMEDIATELY.
PRACTICAL NURSE OR AIDE
who has had experience to help care
for invalid lady. Steady job with home.
Live in. Excellent salary. Time off. Call
days 865-8098, Nites 448-7685.
MALE HELP WANTED
PUBLIX MARKETS
is now taking applications for the
following jobs: Stockmen, Meat
Cutters, Front Personnel. Make ap-
plication at the following locations:
2551 le Jeune Road, Coral Gables;
12850 Biscoyno Blvd., N. Miami.
FEMALE HELP WANTED
PUBLIX MARKETS
is now taking applications lor the
following job: Cashiers. Make ap-
plication at the following locations:
2551 le Jeune RoaJ, -.orcii Gables;
12850 Biscayne Blvd., N. Miami.
CANTOR-TEACHER NEEDED
for progressive southern tradition-
al Synagogue with outstanding
Rabbi salary open position
available immediately university
city excellent climate send
full details to HESKA AMUNA
SYNAGOGUE, 3811 Kingston Pike,
Knoxville, Tenn.
Zalis to be Honored for Service to Israel
By Religious Zionist Organization Here
Lighl oi Israel's redemption Hi
years ago, with the establishment
of the state, grows bigger and
brighter with each passing year.
A local couple. Mr. and Mrs
Joseph Zalis. have supported this
light.
' honor of their work with
tht -eater Miami Chapter at
Mur, c!.i Hapoel Hamizrachi, Mr.
and Mrs. Zalis will be feted at a
reception and dinner on Sunday
evening, Dec. 18, at the Deau-
ville Hotel bv the Miami Chap-
ter of the Religious Zionists of
America.
The reception will bejjin at 5
p.m.. followed by the (> p.m. din-.
ner.
Guests at the event will include
Max llecht. Louis Mcnvit/er. Ily-
inan I'. Qalbut, .lack Cinicnt. Wil-
liam Cohen. Jacob C. Cohen. I.ouis;
Dublin. Moses Grundwerg, Dr. Sol'
Nussbaum, Jacob Silbowitz, Joseph
Zalis, and Hyman Kolko. all past
guests of honor.
Also, members of the Rabbinical
Committee, including Rabbi Berl
Aranovitz, Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan,
Rabbi Dr. Isaac II. Ever. Rabbi
Alexander Gross, Rabbi David
Lehrficld, Rabbi Joseph E Rac
kovsky, Rabbi Dow Roscncweig,
Rabbi Abraham Safra. Rabbi Slier
win Stauber. Rabbi Dr Tibor ll.
stein. Rabbi Shmaryahu T Svn-
sk>. Rabbi Solomon Schill. and
Rabbi Berel Wein.
Howard Galbul is serving as
general chairman of the festivities.
Jacob ('. Cohen has been named
honorary dinner chairman Serv-
ing as co-chairmen are the follow-
ing Zionist
Jack Ciment, Rev. Solomon
Cm.per. Morris l'. Frank, C GlU'
ckovsky. Henry Groudan, Rev
Jacob Katz, isidor 11. Kramei Rei
Joseph Krantz, Morris M. Kravct.
Rabbi Abraham Safra, Sam s. hach
no. Morn.- Steinbuck. Benjamin
Weinberg, and Rev. N. Zeicner
Sponsors of the dinner in-
clude Philip Berkowilz, Jerome
Bienenfeld, Morris Bienenfeld,
Mrs. Anna Block, Hyman Chab-
ner, Abe Chiel, Joseph Cohen,
Abraham Dlatt, Abe Eisenberg.
David Eisenstein, Morris Frank,
Morris Friedman, Louis Fuchs.
Paul A. Galbut, Mrs. Samuel
Geltner.
Also. Henry Genet, Martin Gen
et. Joseph Conshor. Jacob Good
man. Moses .1. Grundwerg, Mrs
Pauline S. Grundwerg, Abraham
II. Grunhut, Jack Hazelkom, Ben
Kadushin, Dr. Aaron Kahan, Dt
Donald Kass. Jacob Kaufmai
Charles Lang, Ben Lerner.
And. Dr. Iiwin Makovsky, Lou -
Makovsky, William Mechanic Syd
Palmer, Henry Penchansky, Abn
ham Pepper, Maa Rappaport. Ra>
Redman, Samuel Reinhard, II
Rosen, Hairy Rosenberg, Murraj
Rosenberg, Meyer Sackren, Morris
Schachtcr, .Mis. Sam Schandlei
Jerr> Schechter, Ret Joseph Shu
piro. >i Simon. Max w Simons, Jack
Stein. Ronald Stein, Jack Toback
Monis VValdman, Sam Waldman.
Dr l Unterman, Leonard Zilbert.
and Dr. M M. Zuckerman,
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Friday, November 25. 1966
ClAIRt
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
CUire (Mrs. Jonas J.) Brotman was born and brought
up in New York City. Even as a youngster, she was always
into everything. At seven, she won a blue ribbon in a
national art contest with a pencil sketch of a sun bonnet
girl walking on cobbles. At the age of eight, her dramatic
ability came to fore. Complete with feathers, she was a
duck and sang a song in a school play. All through school,
she showed off her dramatic and
dancing ability. For a while, she
worked at a most interesting job
in New York as liaison between
the law clerks and the judges.
Then she and her sister open-
ed an art store ithat had been
their fathers business he had
had several of them). It was not
an art shop in the present day
sense of the word. They knitted,
crocheted, made pillows and bed
spreads. Anything that couldn't
be found in a book. Claire de-
signed and tauuhi the customer
how to make. Claire's interest in
the arts ranged between painting,
acting and writing poetry, for
v. inch she has a beauty bundle of rejection slips.
She met her Joe in a very ordinary way. with the usual
tips arid downs in their courtship, until they were finally
married. He was selling Florida land from New York, which
meant that lie flew to Miami for 24 hours at least ever)
two weeks. Since Claire was afraid of planes, she became
a nervous wreck When their son. Steven, was 4 years of
age, they moved down here. They designed their own
home a warm, livable house with high ceilings, giving
a feeling of spaciousness and designed to bring out-of-doors
inside. Jonah Brotman's pictures he's a fine artist are
conversation pieces. They hang on all the walls. "He Is the
'" st in painting.'' says Claire, "but my sculpture is better
than his.'"
The Brotman focal point when they first moved to
Miami was Temple Beth Sholom. and all of their activities
fanned out from there. Over the years. Claire has given
much of herself to her sisterhood and a variety of organ-
izations. Her house, which lends itself so well to enter
taming, is always available for organizational functions
Claire limits herself now to only spot jobs. She feels that
the time has come to do everything that she wants to do
and hasn't found the time until now. including golf, study-
ing art. and sculpture. She has done a bust of herself
and son. and is working on one of her husband.
Claire is quick in wanting things accomplished. On the
nights when she goes to school, her husband and son, who
fancy themselves gourmet cooks, vie with each other to
make epicurean delights. Marvelous at designing her own
hats, clothes and trimmings. Claire is the envy of all the
passengers on the cruises they have sailed. It is a foregone
conclusion that the prizes on Costume Night are hers.
The songs and poetry Claire writes for special parties
and organizational affairs are sensitive and right to the
point just as she is She enjoys reading poe'ry as much
a- writing it, and one of her favorites is Edna St. Vincent
Millay. The days pass all too quickly, with painting, de
signing, writing and spot jobs, as well as the varied social
engagements of the Brotmans' wide circle of friends. But
there is always time for their delinquent dog. a crazy,
mixed up poodle named Pepi. who runs the household and
makes a lot of noise doing it.
Adler, Block
Nuptials Held At
Eden Roc Hotel
The Eden Roc Hotel was the
for the nuptials uniting the
former Barbara Estelle Adler and
Norman Block on Thursday. Nov.
24. Rabbi Morris Graff, of Temple
Israel, conducted the late morning
ceremony.
Parents of the newly-weds are
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Adler. of 180
NE 135th St.. and Mr and Mrs
John Block, of Glens Falls, NY.
Bridal attendants included Mad-
eline Strauss, maid of honor;
Paula Zuckerman. bridesmaid; Ar-
nold Adler. Robert Block, ushers:
and David Blauner. best man.
New Mrs. Block is a graduate of
Miami Senior High. University of
Miami. > tended Harvard and
UCLA Universities, and is pres-
ently teaching at Treasure Island
Elementary School.
Her bridegroom is a graduate of
the University of Miami, attended
Temple University and Appala-
chacola State College, and is pres-
ently working towards an MA at
the University of Miami.
Alter a honeymoon in the Ba-
hamas, the couple will live in
Miami.
Sheila Sheeger
Now Mrs. Verbit
The former Sheila Sheeger and
Alan C Verbit exchanged marital
vows on Saturday. Nov. 19. at the
Algiers Hotel. The late evening
ceremony was conducted by Rab-
bi Mayer Abramowitz.
Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Henry
r T::05 Harding Ave. the
Werner K.ihr,
MRS. NORMAN MOCK
bride is a graduate of Miami
Beach High, attended the Univer-
sity of Florida, and has a degree
from the Florida College of Med-
ical Technology
Her bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Verbit.
Philadelphia. Pa. He graduated
from Pennsylvania State Univer-
sity and did advance graduate
work at Tulane University.
He is an industrial engineering
management consultant for t la-
Boeing Co. at Cape Kennedy, and
a member of the directorate of
choice Custom Homes of Florida
in Merritt Island where he and
the new Mrs. Sheeger will live
on their return from a wedding
trip to Puerto Rico.
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Mr and Mrs Ix-ster D. Lazarus,
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Beach, have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Judith
Dale, to Raymond Wilensky.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. George
,i Wilensky. 174-30 NE 12th Ct., the
prospective bridegroom Is a grad-
uate of the University of South
Florida, and is currently employed
in the office of the Florida State
Employment Service
His fiancee has a degree from
the University of Miami and is
now teaching in Dade County.
Dianne Garron,
Samuel Behar
Wed on Thursday
The Playhouse of Miami Springs
Villas was the setting for the nup-
tials uniting Dianne Leslie,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
D. Garron and Mr. Samuel W.
Behar. on Thanksgiving Day. Nov.
24 The bridegroom is the son o.
Mr. and Mrs. William Behar, HfKX
SW 68th Ave.
Rabbi Daniel Franzel and Can-
tor William I.ipson officiated at
the 5 o'clock ceremony which was
followed by a reception in the
Villas' Florida Room.
Now living at 2000 SW 67th \
Ave., the newlyweds are planninf
a wedding trip to Europe in the |
Spring.
Gowned in an empire sheath of
peau de soie and lace with a cath
edral tra'n. the bride carried a'
cascade arrangement of orchids
and white roses. Honor attendants
I were Laurel Garron and Mrs. Bar-
bara Miller, and bridesmaids in
eluded Mrs. Georgia Dickson, Mrs
Susan Davies, Mrs Jeanne Rosen,
Susan Ryder and Beverly Culmo
Jay Rosenfeld was ring bearer
Kent Robert Goodrich served as
best man to the bridegroom, and
among ushers were Jeffrey Dick

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.1 Miami Senior High, and
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where she was affiliati 'th
Alpha Epsilon Phi. social -
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ty Department
Her bridegroom is also ;radu-
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and Texas. He served as p -nieiit
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BETH David held a three-day
* Festival of the Arts last
weekend. Over 400 formally-
attired guests attended the chain
pagne cocktail party and art pre-
view on Saturday night.
Chairman of the festival, Juli-
us and Ruth Spector. were honor-
id by the presentation of a
beautiful painting to be hung in
Spector Hall. Mrs. Spector's
^own was in black silk brocade
with a chemise-styled bodice. Co-
ihairmen were the Fred Schers.
Her blue silk floral print gown
was cut on the bias with radi-
atuig panels from the empire
bodice.
Mrs. .Morton Weinberger's pink
aded shell topped a matching
.ink satin skirt. A stunning royal
. in pie ensemble was the choice
i Mrs Richard Rosen. Her se-
quin bodice had a peter pan col
..ii and was worn over peau de
- i Her matching peau de sole
stole was designed with a fitted
i"ilar Mrs. ch^'es Rosenberg's
honey beige chantilly lace gown
-idn t have a straight cut edge,
the neckline, sleeves and hem all
..lining the reembroiderd lace
scallops.
i
kJRS. Alan Serrins' forest
"* green velvet gown had the
Mashed bateau neckline. Mrs.
Kobcrt Traurig topp.d her shock-
ing pink peau de soie skirt with
; black sequin bodice. Mrs.
(ieorge Soule's green satin gown
featured a green and gold bio
fade bodice, and the skirt fol-
lowed a modified Aline silhou-
with deep V-decolletage was Mis
l.eon Rosoff's choice for the
i \cning.
Wife of Beth David's president.
Mrs. Albert Beer, chose a gown
that coordinated with the pink
and red color scheme of the fes-
tival. She made the red peau de
soie skirt and matching stole.
and wore a white-beaded shell
with scallops of red bugle beads.
Mi. and Mrs. Morton Gelz were
chairmen of the art exhibits, and
her black gown featured the one-
shoulder treatment. Large, black
textured flowers covered the
shoulder. Chairmen for the Sat-
urday night champagne recep-
tion were the Robert Siegels.
Her silver satin sheath was en-
cased in a black silk organza
cage, with the silver satin cre-
ating a high cowl neckline.
|u|RS. Henry Kamen wore a
brown and white silk print
-own with a brown silk organza
ing coat. The coal featured
.. low curved yoke in back soft-
ened with shinm- Mis Elmor
S| i ctor caused heads to turn
with the chinchilla banding at
the hemline of her silver lame
sheath gown. Red and white com-
bined in the chiffon skirt of Mrs
Martin Miller's gown. Her titted
bodice was in a matching shade
of red peau de soie.
A black crepe with a decollete
neckline and jet beaded accents
was the choice of Mrs. Stanley
Ersoff. Mrs. Arnold Landsman's
prey sheer wool featured a
scooped neckline and fringed
hemline. Pale gold silk alpaca
wa> worn by Mrs. Seymour
Friend. The silhouette was a
paneled Aline, with the back in
lercsl created with a loop of
mink w hich went from shoulder
to shoulder and extended to the
waistline.
Lenore Benn Troth
Told by Parents
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Benn. 14830
NE 11th Ave announce the en-
gagement of their daughl
ore Betsy, to Henry M '
son o! Mr. and Mrs. Jo--
6225 LnCorcc Dr.
Miss Benn is majoring
gy. with a minor in education, .it
Barry College, and was elected to
Phi Theta Kappa, college honor-
ary.
Her fiance is an alumnus of
Columbia University and is a part-
ner in the family's international
diamond importing firm.
young Judea Monday Meets
Voung Judea meetings are held
Temple Tifereth Jacob each
Monday night at 7:30 p.m. for
unior and senior high school stu-
1 nts between 12 and 17
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After Rites Here
A" moon ceremony on
Sunday, Noi 20. united Judith,
daughl r < I Mr, and Mrs. Max
Levenstein, 6150 Bird Rd and
>lph A McLean. Rabbi Jos-
eph Narol performed the nuptials
at Captains Cache where a re-
ception followed.
Bridal attendants were Mrs.
Leonard I evenstein and Karen
Levenstein, with Jay Levenstein
serving as ring bearer.
Best man was David Barton, and
James P, Waits and William Shep-
ard Jr. ushered
Son of Mrs. Jane Golding. New
town. Conn., and Norman F Mc-
Kean, Evansvillc, Ind.. the bride-
groom attended Auburn Univer-
sity, where he served as president
and treasurer of Alpha Tau Ome-
ga, social fraternity. He also be-
longs to Omicron Delta Kappa and
Omicron Delta Epsilon.
New Mrs. McKean attended the
University of Alabama, where she
was a member of Delta Phi Fp
silon. and is. a graduate of the
University of Miami
On their return from a honey-
moon in Nassau. thj> new l\ weds
will live in Atlanta. Ga.
Barbara Saks
A Future Bride
Mr. and Mrs. George Saks. 1140
NE 178th Tor. have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Barbara Ellen, (o Gary Steven
Tucker.
The future bridegroom is the
son of Mr. arid Mrs Hyman Tuck
er, of Chicago. 111. where the be-
trothal will he celebrated on
Sunday. Nov. 27.
Panel Discusses 'Geriatrics'
The Friendship Circle of Tem-
ple Beth Am met Tuesday. 8 p.m..
in the .Music Room of the Temple.
A panel discussion on "Geriatrics"
was featured. Participating in the
program were Dr. Sigmund Rosen
and Dr. Charles Beber.
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Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Evans. <
Miami Beach and Loch Sheldrake.
N.Y announce the engagement ol
their daughter. Linda, to Dr. Ron
aid L. Askowitz, son ol Mr. and
Mrs. Al Askowitz. of Coral Gi bles
The bride-to-be is a graduate ol
Miami Beach High School, Endi
COtl Junior College, and attended
the University of Miami.
Her fiance is a graduate of the
Medical College of Virginia,
School of Dentistry, and was sta-
tioned in London as a captain in
the Air Force. He is now practicing
in Surfside.
A December wedding i-. planned
Krells Wed In
Holiday Rites
-\ mid-morning ceremony on
Thursday. Nov. 24. united tin I
mer Pamela Jill Grossman ; nd
Bruce Edward Krell in Ranbi
Leon Kronish's study at Temi It
Beth Sholom. A reception in hon-
or of the newlyweds will be held
on Sunday, Nov. 27. at the Seville
Hotel.
Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Sam
Grossman, 520 w. 47th St.. the
bride is a graduate of Ohio State
University, where she majored in
psychology. She is now working
at the university toward a Mas-
ter's degree while training at
Children's Mental Clinic in Colum-
bus. () Her sorority is Sigma Beta
Tau.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Krell, 6081
N. Bay Rd. Now teaching in Col
umbus. where he and his bride
will live, Mr Krell has a BA
degree from Florida State Uni-
versity and plans to enter gradu-
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Friday. November 21. 1966
Lois Goldman,
Dr. Robbins Plan
Nuptials in L.A.
Mr and Mrs. Mark R Goldman,
of1 Lamina Beach. Calif, announce
"he engagement of their daughter,
l.ois Rosalind, to Dr. Richard Paul
Robbins. son of Dr. and MTs 'Alex- %
ander Robbins. 533 W. 47th St..
Miami Beach.
Miss Goldman received her BA
degree from San Francisco State
College and did graduate work at
the British Institute in Florence.
Italy, and at California State Col-
lege. She is currently an art teach-
er in a I.os Angeles Junior High
School.
Dr. Robbins received his BA de-
cree from the University of Mich-
i.an. and his MD from New York
Medical College, where he was
valedictorian of his graduating
class. He was elected to Alpha
Omega Alpha, national honorary
medical society, and is affiliated
with Phi Chi. medical fraternity,
and Phi Sigma Delta. He is cur-
rently completing his internship
at l.os Angeles County General
Hospital.
June Rites For
Esther Samson,
Yaacov Azulay
Mr and Mrs Bernard Samson,
>i Bvanston, 111., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Es-
ther, to Yaacov Daniel, son of
Rabbi and Mrs Shimon Azulay.
The future biide is enrolled at
Roosevelt University of Chicago,
where she is studying for a BA
degree in history, and at the Col-
lege of Jewish Studies, where she
is working toward a Bachelor of
i Letters degree
Her fiance graduated from
Roosevelt University with a BA
and 11 now doing gradu-
k orj there. He is
g at the Hebrew I heo
Skokie, 111., to
n honor of the
will Beth I
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22nc Banquet For
Peretz Schools
22 ni bi nual banquet of the
1 I. Peretz s hools will be held
Sup Dec 4. l p m at the Al-
giei Hotel.
! school teaches children the
Yiddish language and the culture
if it' Jew ish p ople through the
works of Sholem Aleichem, and
I l Peretz.
i -i are I eld at 1548 SW 3rd
St and the YM and WHA, 8500
s\v 8tl St < l ildren start at the
age '' and I ;i schools are affili-
th tin- Bureau "i Jewish
a conceit,
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Thanksgiving
For Servicemen
On Friday evening, servicemen
of all branches of the Armed
orces are invited to attend the
monthly Stage Door Canteen of
the MlatTfi SflSch ServicerrfflPs
Center. 10th St. and Ocean Dr.
.terry Wichner, of radio station
WINZ, will entertain, and the out-
standing serviceman and hostess
of the month will be selected dur
ing the evening.
On Saturday evening. Auxiliary
of the Jewish War Veterans. De-
partment of Florida, will serve a
turkey supper in the outdoor patio
of the Servicemen's Center head-
quarters. Prizes will be distributed
and registered hostesses will serve
is dancing partners.
Mrs. Ciel Simon. Department of
Florida Servicemen's Service
chairman, will be in charge, as-
sisted by the following auxiliary
representatives: Mesdames Gladys
Seeker, Norman Bruce Brown:
Charlotte Beil, West Miami: Helen
lerman, Murray Solomon: Etta
Stempel. .Jennie Roussman. Miami
Beach; Anita Jaffe, Four Free
loms; Sylvia Leitzes, Hollywood;
Ann llolstadtcr, N. Shore: Myrna
Gordon, Hialeah; Stella Weiss, Abe
Horowitz; Grace Buck. Harry H.
( ohen; Lydia Davis, Col Da* id
Marcus.
MISS ESTHER SAMSON
New Managers,
More Services
At Michel's
Michel's Koshi r Rest
71st St Mii B< ich has re
ui der the nev ana e
: Ed Dc nerstein a
Soltz, well-known an

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iger at the Montmartre Hotel
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ager at the Luci rne Hotel, both on
Miami Beach w served
several international restaurants
and hotels.
Michel's has been completely
renovated, and in addition to a
daily schedule of serving dinner
from 4 to 9:30 p.m.. the well
'known restaurant now features
daily Kosher takeout specialties,
including chicken-in-the-pot, boil-
ed flanken-int he-pot and gefulte
fish.
Michel's long has been famous
for its fine catering, and the new
owners will handle all-type par-
ties, stressing excellent cuisine
and service. They may be consult-
ed at anj time at the restaurant
for party needs
Mesivta Sabbath
This Weekend
The Sabbath of the Thanksgiv
Ing weekend has been named as
Mesivta of Greater Miami Sab-
bath by the rabbis and spiritual
leaders of the community.
Students from the senior class
of the Mesivta of Greater Miami
Louis Mervvit/er High School will
address various congregations this
Sabbath 'litle of the addresses
will be (Jiving Thanks Through
.lew ish Education."
Speakers will be Barry Benen-
feld, Robert Stein, Thomas
Weiss, Pincus Ralbag, Ephraim
Gorlin, David Merzel, Ira Os-
ier, Hank Topas, Chaim Sukenik,
and Israel Porush.
Hyman P Galbut, chairman ol
the sixth annual dinner ol
ii in that more than 300
a set vati ins have alread) bet n
ntered and that another 300 are
expected during the next two
weeks The Mesivta dinner will
take place on Satindav evening.
Dec 10, Chanuka night, at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
During this Mesivta Sabbath,
Miami will be asked to support the
only school of higher learning
combining a Hebrew and academic
program here. The Mesivta pro
vides dormitory, as well as edu-
cational facilities, to both local
and out-of-town students.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schaiidler
and Mr and Mrs Daniel Hoffman
will host the dinner committee
meeting at the Hit/ Plaza Hotel on
Sunday at 8 p.m.
In the Silverman Religious School Assembly Hall of Temple
Beth Sholom, turning over to the principal of North Beach
Elementary School the canned goods which students c: Beth
Sholom collected during the recent Sukkoth holiday are (left
to right) Fred Abbott, of this year's Beth Sholom Confirrr.ztion
Class, and president of its Student Council; Felix Berr.sch.
director of education of Beth Sholom; Aldo Simmons, prin-
cipal of North Beach Elementary School; and Doug Jc:obs.
president of the SoAjty Patrol of North Beach Elementary
School. The canned foods will help fill the baskets of r.-?edy
families, which North Beach distributes each year pr. :r to
Thanksgiving, reaffirming the holiday's connection Xz the
Sukkoth Harvest Festival.
Nursery-Kindergarten Department of the Solomon Sche
Day School of Tcmpie El concludes its
to-peoplo program in a campc gn to collect toys for Chanuka
for Israeli children. They ore being shipped to the Or Y
Kindergarten on the outskirts of Tel Aviv. Representina
cla.vs in front of the filled boxes ate Cindy, dauahter o: Mr.
and Mrs. Haivey Abramson; Cindy, dauahter of Mr. anc Mrs.
Harold J. Brooks; Jeffrey, son of Dr. and Mr:,. Stephen Cogen;
and Naomi, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Nixon. Looking
on are Mrs. Naomi Brandeis, supervisor of the Nur.jery-
Kindergarten Department, and Mrs. Al Ossip, who spear-
headed the drive.
Mrs. Geiger
Reviews Book
In commemoration <>i Nat onal
Jewish Book Month. Mrs. Edyth
II. Geiger reviewed "in Mv Fath-
er's Court." a biography by Isaac
B Singer, before members of the
Harmony Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women on Tuesday
Mrs. Geiger, the mother of lour
children, is a practicing attorney
She is the wife of the late Rabbi
Leo Geiger.
A resident of Miami Reach. Mrs
linger has been Southeastern
United States regional director of
'.he American Friends of the He-
brew University in Jerusalem for
the past six year-
She also has taught Hebrew at
Temple Kmanu-Kl and Temple
Reth Sholom. Her eldest daughter
was recently married in Israel,
where the couple are students at
the Hebrew University.


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er Chief of Staff Says Israel Would
ept A-Weapons from Neutral Sources
"definitely would accept
, weapons from a friendly or
Hi nation.'' tho- first chief of
Hf Israel's defense forces told
Ht conference at the Dil.ido
Kb in in- a visit here last week
Half of Teehnion Israel Insti-
I Technology.
H Yaacov Dori. past pres-
< f Teehnion and chief of
Htf the Ilauanah for nine
lefore leading Israel's army,
ry-Niners Plan
>t, Banquet
H-Nincrs of Temple Kmanu-
Hl hold their next regular
|g on Monday. 7:30 p.m.. in
Hall Irving Schat/nian is
resident.
^program will feature a full
motion picture film from
for the evening will he
Mrs. Louis Meyers, in lion
heir wedding anniversary,
i" Charlotte Frankel, in
ler birthday.
for the Forty-Niners an
uka banquet to he held
i Monday. Dec. 12. will be distrib
uted aji the meeting. Simon Ber
tein k serving a.- chairman of
lie evf m
llfdoor Art
Iv for Sunday
B<1 annual Outdoor Ail Sale
Bow of the YM and WIIA of
KV Miami on Sunday will fea
Hie works of famous Miami
and offer several special
Is. including one to Doris
id^rt editor of the Miami Her-
'
first annual An Appreci
Award is "for outstanding
pinions io the furtherance of
culture in the South Flor-
a." oilier awards uill he
lor various ail forms.
lor the show will lie Mark
local artist and sculptor
facultj of Barrj Col
outdoor Ail Show v.ill starl
in and continue until i>
' the YMHA, 8500 SW 8th
navy and air force to victory over
seven Aral) states in the War of
Independence, made the frank
statement.
"Our first duty is to defend
our citizens. We need any wea-
pon which will insure the secur-
ity of our borders. There is,
however, no offer of such
atomic arms from any nation,
nor has Israel sought them,"
Gen. Dori told assembled news-
men.
The General, accompanied by
Mrs. Dori here for receptions in
his honor in Coral Gables and
Miami Beach, said Tecnnion is
working on two atomic reactors at
the present time, pressing its joint
desalinization project with the
United States Government and the
Wcizmann Institute, and proceed
ing with plans for a third nuclear
reactor.
The American Teehnion Society,
which sponsored his visit here, re-
ported "a welcome response in fin-
ancial support'' at meetings held
in the homes of Mr and Mrs
Meyer A Baskin and Mr. and Mrs
Jack Katzman.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin CO-
hosted Hie Beach reception, which
was addressed liy Dr. Irving I.ehr-
man. national vice president of
Teehnion, and Robert Lurie, St.
Louis business and civic leader.
Plans for a national Teehnion
dinner to be held at the Fontaine
bleau Hotel on Jan. 29 also were
anounced by Jack Harris, regional
director of Teehnion He has open
ed permanent region offices in
the One Lincoln Road Building.
Temole, Church
To Hold Service
Temple Tifereth Israel and
Grace Methodist Church of Miami
will hold combined Thankssivine
-ei\ices at t Ii Grace Methodist
'lunch. 6501 Miami Ave., on Fri
da\.
Annually, the service begins at
9:15 a.m Rabbi Henry B. Wernick.
of Tifereth Israel, and Rev Orville
II. Riply Jr., of the Grace Meth-
"di-l Church, will conduct the
-. i \ ice-
Principals in reception honoring Gen. Yaacov
Dori. past president of Technion-Israel Insti-
tute of Technology, discuss current develop-
ments in Middle East at meeting held in Mi-
ami Beach home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Katz-
man last week. In photo at left they are (left
to riaht) Dr. Irving Lehrman, national vice
president of the American Teehnion Society;
Gen. Dori, first chief of staff of the defense
forces of Israel; Jacob Rifkin, vice president
of the South Florida Teehnion Chapter; and
Katzman, treasurer of the local unit. Mr. and
Mrs. Rifkin co-hosted the reception with the
Katzmans. Robert Lurie, St. Louis business
executive, and Gen. Dori spoke. In photo at
right, Coral Gables reception launches whirl-
wind visit here of Gen. Dori. Shown at meet-
ing honoring Gen. Dori at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin are (left to right)
Mrs. Dori; Baskin. past president of the South
Florida Chapter of Teehnion; Gen. Dori; and
Mrs. Baskin, president of the South Dade
Women's Division for Teehnion.
Top Histadrut Official Due in Miami
For Annual So. Florida Celebration

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Annual Histadrut celebration
sponsored by South Florida units
of Farband I.abor Zionist Organ
ization and I'oale Zion will be held
Wednesday night at the Fontaine
bleau Hotel, with top American
and Israeli leaders of the Labor
Zionist movement participating in
the 8 p.m. reception and meeting.
Israel Stolarsky. of New York,
assistant national secretary of His-
tadrut. will come here to speak to
the yearly event, which will be
held under the chairmanship of
Rabbi I.eon Kronish
Rabbi Kronish, honorary chair-
man of the Israel Histadrut Com-
mittee of South Florida, is chair-
man of the Greater Miami Com-
mittee for State of Israel Bonds,
national vice president of the
American Jewish Congress and
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Sholom of Miami Beach.
Stolarsky, who has pioneered in
Hie Labor Zionist movement's
leadership m both Israel and the
United States, will reporl on the
dramatic new developments in the
Middle Easl
Announcement of the celebra-
tion was made jointly by Abra-
ham Rovinsky, chairman of the
board of directors, and by Sam
Feinstein. president of the Israel
Histadrut Committee here
A musical concert by Miss Car
ilc Taran, a noted coloratura, w ill
be co-featured. Bob Novak will ac
company Miss Taran. she has
rred in .such productions as
Milk and Honey" ami "Mj ;
Lady "
Mob Berman, executive direc-
tor oi Histadrut lor Flot ida, said
.i top ranking official of the <;
ercmenl ol Israel "also definitely
will participate in this important
event, which is held as w< near
the end of the year long celebra
tion of the Jewish Slates 18th
anniversary of independence.''
All Poale Zion and Farband
LZO organizations in Dade and
Broward Counties are participat-
ing, with reservations available
at the Histadrut office, One Lin-
coln Rd., or through individual
Labor Zionists units.
Stolarsky also will confer with
local community leaders on means
of unifying American Jewry "in
support of the State of Israel dur-
ing the current crisis.''
Stolarsky has been a featured
writer for the Jewish .Morning
Journal, was a delegate to the
World Zionist Congress in Geneva
in 19:?0. and was a leader in the
Labor Zionist movement in Poland
before World War II. He has been
a L'nited States resident and cit-
izen since 1940. He founded one
of Poland's foremost Yiddish
schools before fleeing the Nazis.
He directs Histadrut's Important
Latin American and Projects He
partments.
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ANOUCT MANASM
JCNmo* mil
Chug Ivri Hears
Talk on Tanach
"Chug Ivri," Hebrew-speaking
group of North Miami Beach, will
meet Tuesday. 2 p.m.. in the li-
brary at Temple Menorah.
Dr. Joseph Tuckerbram. edu-
cator and author, will speak on
the "Tanaeh."
Discussion will follow.
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for Information!
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Coloring Director,
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Friday, November 25. 1965
Over 350 auests attended the 25th annual din-
ner cf the Bureau H Jewish Education at the
Diplomat Hctel Sunday. Josech Cohen, retir-
ing president. "Men c.i Hcnoi," was saluted
by Dr. Irvinn Lehrman, of Temple EmanuEl,
and presented a te-timenial plaque bv Mil-
ton Weiss, vice president ni the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. Featured on the program
was a dramatic narrative, "The Bureau
Marches On," depicting the history of the
Bureau for the past 25 years. Nora and Nico
Feldmon presented a musical interlude. Offi-
cers cf the Bureau installed at the dinner were
seated (left to right) Jack Katzmcn. secretary;
Albert E. Ossip, president; Cchen. Standing
(left to riaht) are Al Sherman, vice president;
Louis Schwartzman, executive director; Judge
Frederick N. Barad, vice president; Melvyn B.
Frumkes, treasurer; Leonard Zilbert, vice pres-
ident, and chairman of the annual dinner.
Beth Am Leader David Light to Receive
Herbert Lehman Award at Dec. 4 Dinner
David J. Light, veteran South
Dade community leader and a
founder of Temple Beth Am. has
been named to receive the Her-
bert H. Lehman Award
The award will be conferred
upon Light at the Temple Beth Am
Israel "Chai" Dinner ol Stati on
Sunday evening. Dec. 4. at the
Duponl Plaza Hotel,
Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard, -\ ir-
u.al leader of the Temple noted.
'Light will be honored for his
ctraordinary service to the i
n nitj the temple and the stale
>! Israel
Dr. Baumgard said, "Herbert
H. Lehman represented all that
is great and honorable in the
American Jewish community
and our American democracy.
The presentation of the award
perpetuating his memory to
David J. Light is a great trib-
ute."
Heading the dinner committee
with Dr. Baumgard, who is hon-
orary chairman, arc Herman W
Keldman, dinner chairman: Alan
.: Kessler, temple president; By-
, s Cherkas, Robert II New
man and Barton S. Udell. CO chair-
men; Mrs George Malin, Sister-
hood president; and Macey Schaf
Brotherhood president.
Rlrnl ill .1 ii Rlttfl, Howard B
stein, ~;11 % ntore R<
n, Me> i- Brilliant, Mori B
li.,i, ,i Carlin, Stephen I'arner, I
waul Cohen. Arthur Conn. Daniel
IT vltt, A. Budil Culli I Maxwell
I ,., ... |:, i 1 '.iv i- Jai '- I 'I >' '
|| !;".' Hi V \1 :! raj I Mil.III.
. ;,.,.i: ii-.--t.il ., N a" Elaon.
\ ,r i:.-;.- n.i>. Marsh ill 1
Kloh ird K Kink, M u i-ln H Flor nan.
K ick A. Frw '
Marian T. K
Bh i .;..'.. .....ielli
l: llilliel \ '
Sam let I
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;..!,:.:: Eli !i
,; (j nthei irold
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K 1 iiii.-I K mllei l
K nl Man la K
ii is In i ... Id Kornlie
, i ,i ... Mil Bei narU
Irving Lax, Ralph Leldner.
Seyn I.....|>old, Ja> l#aha. M-
, ; |m Harold l<> Ins n, Ethel
i.. Herm-hi Levy, Al Lewi*, Mai
tin .i Bavld l. .1-in.in.
rg< 11 Llg lit, !- rnai d Lltman,
II. hi ) Luhow, Leonard Lur a, Allan
Maldav i i Bei nai ii Ma. Al n
Mar .-. Ma in Markov llx, Aahi r
M. 'ih.....lore Mai k, Eui
M.i-- n Robei t P Mill) I. Karl M
lln, Herbert Mints, Rnym.....I Nathan,
Herb< idell
DAVID J. 1/GHT
Bureau Honors
Jewish Books
In Two Rallies
Two public rallies will oe
launched by the Bureau of Jewish
location in celebration of annual
Jewish Book Month, according to
Albert E. Ossip. Bureau president.
On Monday, the Bureau will col-
laborate with the Miami Beach
Recreation Department in present-
ing a salute to the Nobel Prize
winners, S. V. Agnon and Nelly
Sachs, and a review of the Men-
dell Beilis case.
The salute to Agnon will be
presented by Herbert Zvi Bar-
ger. associate director of the
Bureau, and Chaim Rose, of the
Recreation Department, who
will read two poems by Nelly
Sachs.
Max Gleiberman, of the W n k
men's Circle, will : iew I I ick
ground of th< Yid-
dish and Melvyn B. l
chairman of the Bi Book
Mi tii Committee, wil review
The Fixer, by Bernard Mala
mud. presentation of the Bei is al
fair .is a novel.
The rally will he held at I
Ocean Front Auditorium, 10th St
and Ocean Dr.. at 8 p.m.
On Thursday. Dec 1. the Bureau
will collaborate with the Miami
Public Library in an annual cele
bration of Local Authors Night,
Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth David
congregation, and Dr. Herbert
Baumgard. of Temple Belli Am.
will discuss "Religion in our Age,"
quoting from their own works.,
"Length of our Days" and "Juda-
ism and Praiyer."
Ruby Fogel Levkoff will read
poems from her hook. "Apes and
Angels." Louis Schwartzman ex
ecutive director of the Bureau, will
act as moderator
The rally will be held at the
Main Branch oi the Mi
Library, l Biscayne Blvd., at 8:30
p.m.
Mrs soi
Public Library, i ;l
i.on to the public to all n
The rail) at the Ocean Front
Auditorium will '
at Congregation B*nai Raphael, V
Miami Beach
Former AJCcmmittee Director to Speak
At Dade, Broward Meetings Next Week
Evan Olater, Norton Pallet, William
i Pal ot, Irw in Pi Philip
Plait*, Edward Pragei William Raf- ,,,,, nationa
;, ii.i. Judfph Itagnv i- I aul Kandol,
Phil i:,--. Its, ^ a: m
Aii n Rom Slgm nil I Rou-
en. M- -. ii Roai-nbauin, Harr> it" .
,-n, .....I\< il II.i'. in \\ ill
ih. I > l Sa:< :-. Jai i Sal
- i n.-. Edward Si harps, Jai I.
man, I'll lip Schiff, Sldi -
s, i. i",.- aid i -liuu .i
Scan I. Norton .- I N ll ian Srldlteh,
Hill
Arnold > Rohi 11 .-inn. Qilln rl
The committee of patron hosts *.
include Mr. and Mis stein Max \. ,,., it, -. St on i Kiel rd Stone, Robert Tannei
. .1 [>or> mi- rhai h, Ell hea. Alfred Vi.-n.-r,
\!. r. W ..... Jr liar- V Zamft H......I w bman,
i lorothy VVi i Pneln .. Zlti pen
Jack
David Danzig, former associate
director of American Jewish Com
organization, will
be guest speaker at two AJC meet
ings in the South Florida area on
Nov 29 and 30.
On Tuesday, the Broward County
Section will meet at the Fust fed-
eral Savings and Loan Association
of Broward County in Ft Lauder-
dale. and on Wednesday. Ihe
Greater Miami Chapter will meet
Saul | in the Assembly Room of the Du-
pont Plaza Hotel
The topic for both of these meet-
ings will be The Politics of
Change."
Danzig, associate professor in
Columbia University's School of
Social Work, is also head of
their Intergroup Relations De-
partment. His writings have ap-
peared in the Journal of Edu-
cational Sociology, Journal of
Intergroup Relations and num-
erous other professional publi-
cations.
He has also written for Com
mentary. America. Saturday Re-
view. Commonweal and other
Pennsylvania School ot Social
Work, and at numerous institul
semi:.an."- and educational con
ten nces.
He has served a> consultant on
intergroup relations to the White
House Conference on Civil Rights
and to the United States Office of
Economic Opportunity, as well as
the Community Relations Service
of the United States Department
of Justice, and the United Slates
Conference ot Mayors
Danzig is a member of the Na-
tional Association of Intergroup
Relations officials, a trustee of
the Foundation for International
Progress in Management, and a
member of the American Council
for the International Promotion of
Democracy, and the National As-
sociation of Planning Officials and
many other associations.
Officers of the Broward County
Chapter are president. Seymour
Mann; recording secretary, Mi-
Herbert Simon: corresponding sec-
retary, Mrs. Louis Solomon; treas-
urer. Milton Fornian, vice pies
ident for North Broward David
Slater; vice president for Central
Broward. George Bursak; vice pies
periodicals He is editor-at-large ident for North Broward. David
of Christian Century Magazine Kleiman
and at present is writing a -book
on the social sources of group
conflict in America soon to be
Soul Altman (left), of Panama City, the Republic of Panama,
traveled up to Miami to attend the inauguration of his son,
Alan Altman (right), into Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Alan j published by Random House.
is studying medicine at the University of Miami here. His
father is connected with the Post Exchange Service in Panama.
Looking on (center) is Claude Eichel, president of Sholem
Lodge.
He has given a series of lectures
on intergroup relations at the In-
ternational University of Social
Studies Pro Deo in Rome, the
Members of the board are exec-
utive chairman. Rabbi Samuel
Jaffee. Martin Yohalem. Mr- A
Rogers. Elliot Barnet. Jack Price,
Dr. Herbert Simon. Dr. and Mrs.
P. Weinstein. Jeffrey Mann. Mor-
ton Perlin, and Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ton Abram.
Harold Goldberg has been
inctailed cs president of the
Men's Fashion Gv'ri oi
Greater Miami, a qroup o:
cooperative men's war re-
tailers. Go'.dbeig was install-
ed at thp organization's 19th
annual beefsteak dinner at
the Fonta;neb!eau Hotel.
Highlight of the dinner was
presentation cf scholarship
awards to deserving students
ct the University of Miami
end donations to local char-
ities.
Bank Holding Co.
Completes Move
A stock exchange of 80 percent
was required by two federal t
nancial agencies to make it oil
cial for United Bancshares of Flor-
ida, Inc.
President and bo ird chairma i
"rank Smathers Jr.. announce!
that 89.48 percent ol the capii
o Miami Bi h Firsl S
tional and 97.38
i apital stock oi Uniti I Ni '
'-.,'. e been '
Bancshares, whit h also oi
iral Gables Firsl Nal
\- ets oi the three partii ipatma
banks is just undi r $200
The stock exchange completec
requirements for South Florida i
largest bank holdir.g company
the United Bank Group, which
operates the Miami, Miarr-
Beach and Coral Gables Institu-
tions.
The Federal Reserve Board '
May 26. I9bti. and the s
and Exchange Commission
Se;>t 22. 1966 approved
Bancshares. subject to the a
tion of "no les than
0l the issued and OUtstf
al slocks of the two fi
companies"
The 8H.48 percen
Beach First National repi
322,188 out of 36
-landing and the 97.38 .
i mtcd National repn sen
of 200.000 share- outsl
The exchange rate *>
-i are of United Bancshan lor
share of United Nal
and one share ol I
shares for each 1 and 'Jit shan -
Miami Beach First National i
holding companj also
67 percent of the outstandw
,,f Coral Gable. Firsl Nation!
"The excellent rcspoi
shareholders of the two constiti
banks was indeed gratifying
Smathers said.
Th Miami Beach First Ni
tional is the second largest II
nancial institution in Dade WW-
ty with deposits on June JO o
S101,751,616. Chartered m 192'
the bank will celebrate IN 45-
anniversary on Nov. 23.
United National, charterc
1964. ranks 26th in Dade wit" *
posits on June HO of WM?**
coral Gables First N at ion < 1 !'
purchased by United BancsoaU
in December. 1965.
Chartered in 1926 the i>'
ranks 12th in Dade County. "J
deposits on June 30 of $f *;;
ana will celebrate its 40th anniver
sary on Nov. 26.


ky. November 25. 1966
*Jen-ist> narkKoMn
J3<*r ^JHitzvalt
Page 13-B
Gary Silverman
Robert, sen of Mr. and
Seymour Silvcrman. 5070 N.
[ltd., will observe his Bar
Bh on Saturday... morning.
|26, at Temple Beth Sholom.
is a student in the Beth
Im Confirmation Class 5728.
fy's mother is president of
Sholom Sisteihood, and his
is treasurer of Beth Sholom.
Karen Aronovitz
^en. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Aronovitz. Ml Shore Or.
nil become Bas Mitzvah at
i>a\ id Congregation on Fri-
|\o' 25.
ren is an eighth grade stu-
[ at Shenani ial h and has
attending Beth David Relis-
|s> h ioi fi: the ; ast five j eai
Mrs i harles Aronoi itz
Sam Richn an, grandparents
\ :i. i!! aileiui the : \ I. s
Martin Kallir.s
. on oi and Mrs i Is-
mailing, will be called to the
laj morning, Nov.
temple Zion.
|pitm is an eighth made pupil
-i Miami Junior High and
kten sted in sketching and ait.
I and .Mrs. hailing will host
I >wing the service,
receptio and dinner on
I tl Beel iter
k ant.
.* *
Saul Rubin
laul, son ol Mr. and Mrs David
bin, will become Bar Mitzval
-. irday, Nov. 26, at Templi
h;h Yeshurun,
|aul is an c; .htli grade hi
student at John K Kennedy
I High. His favorite subject
Gory Sifvermon Karen Aronoviti
Jeffrey Cawn William Segal
ate N J will help him cele-
occasion
aniah, and hi- also plays the
kns
. wing thi services, Mr. and
ve .! reception
l i h( ir >nn
Sue Lederman
S ii Karen, daughter of Mr. and
Reuben D Lederman. will
Hebrate her Bas Mitzvah at Tern-
Zamora during Friday evening
trvices, Nov. 25. and on Satur-
|a\ morning, Nov. 26.
Her brothers. Jan Craig and Don
Parry, will read the scriptural
eading from the Torah. Don will
Iso chant the Musaf service.
The celebrant is an eighth grade
fiomir student at West Miami Jun-
r High School. She is an active
participant of the bowling team.
i heer leading class, and concert
band.
Attending the services, from ,
I I'm-.burgh, Pa. will be grand-1
I father, Hyman Lederman: grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William II.
Whitman; and great uncle. Jack
^ hitman,
Bruce Greenberg
Bruce David lireenberg will be
Bai Mitzvah at Temple Judea of
Gables on Saturday morning.
\ 26.
of Mr. and Mrs. Allan
berg, 917 Algaringo, Coral
es, Bruce is an eighth grade
honor student at Ponce Junior
h School, where he is class
President and on the student coun
1 He plays the tuba in the school
's a golfer and has an un-
usual coin collection. The cele-
want will continue his religious
education to confirmation.
His parents will host a Kiddush
' his honor, and his grandparents,
Ml -'"d Mrs. Jack Underberg. of
roong Judea Meets Monday
Y Yeshurun, composed of
* "i the 1!) to 25 age
{ *e1 meet- every Sunday at
Heading the group are
esident, and Mich
''' membership chain,
Marc Rudow
son of Mr, and
Mrs William I R h ow, oi Sam
"ill beco ; ar II It van on
26 al ^gudath Is
ute
will h" held after
I
. a straight A" student
cond year oi junior high.
ber c i' Latin ( lub, officer of
Math Club officer of Tri M Music
Society, he plays first violin in
school orchestra and in Sarasota
Youth Orchestra. He is a member
of U.S. Karate Association, en-
joys swimming, canoeing and read-
ing.
> *
Jeffrey Cawn
Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gil-
bert Cawn, will celebrate his Bar j
Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
Nov. 26. at Temple Zion.
Jeff is an eighth grade student
at West Miami Junior High and,
plays the guitar. His interests are '
fishing and collecting tropical fish.
Mr and Mrs. Cawn will host the
Kiddush following the service, and
a luncheon at the Yorkshire Inn
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur !.ee, of Mi-
ami Beach, are grandparents of
the celebrant.
.
Bradley Richfer
Bradley Mark, son of Mr and
Mrs. Harold Richter. 7950 Haw-
thorn Ave.. will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday. Nov. 26, at Agudath
Israel Hebrew Institute.
Kiddush will be held following
services in honor of the Bar Mitz-
vah, and an afternoon reception
at the residence of the parents.
Bradley, an eighth grade stu-
dent, is also a member of the hand
at Nautilus Junior High. He is in-
terested in sciencc""and art. and
is captain of the football team.
Fishing and water sports are his
hobbies.

William Segal
William Jay. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Haiold J. Segal, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Nov. 26.
at Temple Emanu-El.
William attends the eighth grade
at Nautilus Junior High, where he
plays clarinet in the hand. He is
interested in breeding tropical
fi-h ;.;,<: playing the -guitar Hi
hobbies are coin and stamp col-
lecting,
The celebranl will be honored
al a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall follow
l:'- i ii d al .. reci ption
uwtaj evi | iville
Hotel,
v-'-' Jacob Freud, Wil-
'am ts. will atl nd
the event
Jay Grossman
Jay Harvey, son ol Mr. and Mrs
Jeromi Grossman. 709 Santander
\ve. (oral Gables, will become
Bar Mitzvah at Beth David Con
gregation on Saturday. No\ 2 !
Jaj is an eighth grade student
a' Pone, de in High and h -
bi en atl ndinj Bi ih Dai d Ri
ious School for the pas) five years.
He is interest d in photography,
pingpon ot car-racing, and play-
ing the guitar.
Mr. and Mrs. I ouis Chaikin and
.Mrs. Ethel rossi tan, grandpar-
ents of the celebrant, will attend
the s and Ki I 5poi
sored bj his parents
Robert Rapoport
Robert, son of Mr, and Mrs
Morris I 7441 Wayne
Ave. will bee ime Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning, Nov. 26. at
Temple Menorah.
Robert 1- a student in the Re-
ligious School of Temple Menorah
and is an eighth grader at Nautilus
Junior High.
A Kiddush will follow the cere-
mony and a dinner reception in
Robert's honor will be held in the
Seville Hotel on Saturday evening.

Daniel Kratish
On Saturday. Nov. 26. Daniel
Kratish will become Bar Mitzvah
at the Israelite Center.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kra-
tish. he is a student at the Israel-
i ite Center Religious School and
is in the eighth grade at Shenan-
doah Junior High. Daniel is also
active in the Sea Scouts of the
Naval Reserve.
In honor of the Bar Mitzvah,
Mr. and Mrs. Kratish will be hosts
at the Oneg Shabbat on Friday
I evening, at the Kiddush following
services on Saturday morning.
*
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Bruce Greenberg
Sue lederman
Robert Rapoport
.nd also at the Dupont Plaza on
Saturday evening.
Among guests will be grand
tarents. Mrs. Rose Kratish and
Maurice Samel.
0
Scott Barr
Saturday morning services, Nov.
26. at Temple Sinai of North Dade.
to be held at Washington Federal,
Symposk-rr. At
Beth Sholom On
Mcndoy Night
!'.' .uther C. Pii

' 0 Gn iter Miami
i! ol hurches, will
slant v point of th
al question, I-
God Dead? 11 a symposium on
ay. 9 p.m The lecture 1.
part of the adult education pro
ran of Temple Beth Sholom of
and wil] be held at
the temple.
Hv\ Pierce has served, since
1"" I 1961 a-; the Co n< ll's ex
I admi strative offi-
"in th< policies d<
lermined i> the local member
Chill' ;
The Council's chief functions
are currency in the Jackson
Memorial Hospital Chaplaincy,
Chris; ian education, Christian
iceiAl concerns, radio and tele-
vision, research and planning,
and social welfare.
ni h, spiritual
Sh...... will be
1 ader.
x" ':... Ii ; ires, all at 9
p m are hedu! 'd for Dec. 5.
when Dr Max A. Lipschitz, of Beth
Corah 1 ongn preside nt oi
Greater Miami Rabbinical Associ
ation. wil] speak on "Is There
Room for Doubt Concerning the
Nature of God?"
on Dec. 12. Dr. Ira Eisenstein.
president of the Reconstructionisl
Foundation, will close the scries
with a solution" to the problem
ot the "death of God."
The adult education program is
sponsored by the board of educa-
tion of Temple Beth Sholom. Mrs
Irving B. Kaplan is chairman.
Hausner Book is Reviewed
"Justice in Jerusalem, a hook
by Gideon Hausner. was reviewed
by Rabbi Berel VVein. of Temple
Beth Israel, at a petite luncheon
of Beth Israel Sisterhood this
week. Mrs Hyman Kalko serves as
president. Publicity is handled
by Mrs. Elaine K. Pollock.
Children consecrated at Temple Zion recently
are seated (left to riqht) Norman Rechtman,
Shari Nerove, Steven Snyder, Noreen Schnei-
der, Sondra, Murray Greene, Tracye Schech-
ter, Jerry Shapiro. Standing first row Heft to
right) are Larry Kaplan, Kenneth Cohen,
Steve Aranow, Murray Price, Alesia Novick,
Mercy Newmcrk, Frances Washerman. Burt
Gam, Robert Gutmcn, Steven Brams. Second
row (left to riqht) are Philip Goldberg. Randee
Lemlich. Bud Barth, Iris Rosenberg, Harold
Richman. Jeffrey Lemlich. Mark Geiser. Mar-
shall Grupper. Third row Oeft to riahtl are
Jcck Coocr.. Howard Bromley, Dcnnld Geier.
Richard Daniels Michce! Placer, Michael
Plagei, Michael Shenkman.
699 NE 167th St., will include the
Bar Mitzvah of Scott Barr.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. George
Barr, Scott is an eighth grade stu-
dent at North Miami Junior High
and at Temple Sinai Religious
School.
His hobbies are fishing, golf and
bowling.
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Paqe 14-B
+J<**i Friday, November 25 .366
JNF Foresees Huge Success for Banquet;*
U.S. Sen. Gruening to be Guest Speaker
Dr. Irvinq Lehrman congratulates newly-
elected officers of the Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami. L^ft to right ere
Abraham Grunhut, vice president; Jacob C.
Fishman, vice president. Not shown are Wil-
liam Bornstein, president; Rabbi Mayer
SHOPPING AROUND
WITH
Benjamin Appel, treasurer; Mrs. Eva Blum, re- Ahrcmcwitz, chairman, executive board; Sam
cording secretary; Dr. Lehrman, Foundation Schachno, financial secretary,
chairman; Mrs. Miriam Press, comptroller;
Beth Solomon
To be Consecrated
in, 50
\\v 51 -' PI., will
- ci ted in i on Sundaj
p in.
of tlic newly
iall>
iginal
i J< v isti i ei '
has been reni
..... in [ssenberg,
ho passi d away last May.
Mr. I ssenberg was born in
Russia in 1886. He came to Bos-
ton, Mass., at the age of 36 with
his wife. Pearl, and children,
Ben, David and Celia. A fourth
child, Esther, was born in Bos-
ton.
The Issenbergs settled here in
1948. Subsequently, Mr. [ssenberg
founded the Flagler-Granada Jew
ish Center with Eze Rubenstein.
He gave all his time to tending
to the religious needs of the con-
gregation."' Rabbi Aharon M.
Feier. spiritual leader of Beth Sol-
omon, noted this week. "Through
out this time, he never sought
honors, and was highly-regarded
by all."
At the Sunday ceremonies, mes-
sages will be offered by David
Dorfman, president; Grace Booth,
president of Sisterhood; and Rab-
bi Feier.
Also to be heard is Harold
Strumpf. Invited have been Met-
ro Mayor Chuck Hall, Miami
Mayor Robert King High, Judge
Ralph Culltn, Judge Jack Falk,
Judge Milton Friedman, Judge
Edward Klein, Judge Thomas
O'Connell, Sen. Robert Haver-
field, and Miami Commission-
ers Irwin Christie, Steve Clark,
David Kennedy and Mrs. Ath-
alie Range.
Cantor Ernest Steiner will be
featured with the Hebrew School
Chorus and congregational Choral
Group.
Sunsweet Prunes
Any Jew ish :!l tell
j mi she usuallj ke< ps a special
n< h" "ii hand for hi r family,
cialh during this season
when she is busy planning tor
I hanuka. What better way is there
satisfy the family "noshers"
than u ith Sunsw eel Prunes'
Sunsweet Prune-- from sunny
California are the finest, tree-
r i p e n e d "Super Tenderized"
prune- Sealed in a handy, remov-
able inner bag and sealed again
in a foil-wrapped box to keep
them juicy moist. Sunsweet gives
your family rich, natural fruit nu-
trition.
The versatility of Sunsweet
Prunes for meals and 'noshing'
makes it a standard eating delight i
in all modern Jewish homes. Be i
sure to include Certified Kosher
and Parve Sunsweet Prunes on'
your holiday shopping list.
* *
Maxwell House
The lighting of the first candle
on the eve of Chanuka ushers in
a week-long festival commemorat-
ing an important event in Jewish
history.
In keeping with the traditions of
serving your guests the best for
the holidays, be sure that Maxwell
House Coffee is on your shopping
list. Maxwell I louse brings special
rich flavor to any gathering of
friends or family. The makers of
Maxwell House arc old hands in
the art of blending coffee, and the
results of many years of perfect-
ing the best possible blend is the
best-tasting coffee you ever had.
You will want to keep a fresh
pot on the stove so that when the
holiday cooking is done, and the
i klin el 'an, you can
good cup "i col
Also available for holiday en-
: i nl i- Instant Maxwell House,
the original Sabbath coffee. In-
stant Maxwell House is so rich
and full bodied that you can brew
it by the potful. Just put ;i heap
ing teaspoon of coffee in a earale
or pot for each cup of coffee you
want to make.
Add an equal number of cups
of water, heat until boiling, sim-
mer briefly to bring out all the
wonderful flavor, and serve. Rich-
er by the cup, serve Maxwell
House, and you serve the finest
Philadelphia Cream Cheese
The name of Kraft stands for
good food and food ideas, and one
product that has no trouble living
up to this promise is Philadelphia
Brand Cream Cheese. This taste
treat is delicious on its own and
also lends itself to a variety of I
serving ideas.
With Chanuka soon upon us, the
entire family will be home with
their holiday appetites. What bet- (
ter way to start the holiday than
with a hearty combination like!
cream cheese and lox on a fresh
bagel?
For lunches, let the kids and
Dad make their own favorite
sandwich, starting with Philadel-
phia Cream Cheese, of course. It's
great with jelly or olives or to-
mato slices or any one of a dozen
food delights.
For dinner. Mother can use
cream cheese in a variety of can-
apes, or for a special occasion,
such as Chanuka. she can make a
rich creamy cheese cake. For
these and other recipes, look on
the back of the Philadelphia
Cream Cheese package.
NEWLY-NAMED BETH SOLOMON CONGREGATION.
Hebrew Course
At Miami-Dade
Miami Beach Branch of Miami-
Dade Junior College is offering
for winter term, starting Jan. 16.
a new beginner's and Intermedi-
ate course in Conversational He-
brew.
Instructor is Mrs. Shoshannah
Specter, full-time teacher at the
Hebrew Academy and author of
"Hebrew Made Easy" and "My
Jewish Kitchen."
Mrs. Spector will welcome vis-
itors to her last class of this semes-
ter on Thursday, Dec. 1, at Ida
Fisher Junior High, 1420 Drexel
Ave.. Room 103.
U.S. Sen. Ernest Gruening (D.-
Alas.) is preparing for his visit
to Greater Miami.
Gruening will be principal
sneaker at the annual banquet of
the Jewish National Fund of
Greater Miami on Dec. 4 at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
William Bornstein, president of
the JNF Council, said Wednesday
that "from all indications, the
banquet will write another chap
Chabad Names
Ciment to Chair
Anniversary Fete
Norman Ciment, Miami Beach
attorney and community worker.
has been named chairman of the
silver anniversary banquet of
< habad. the Lubavitcher move
merit in the United States, which
il be held Jan. 22 at the Deau
Mile Hotel.
Announcement of Ciment's ac-
ceptance was made bj Council-
man Joseph Malek and Michael
in co chairmen of the Floi Ida
l hapter of ( habad Also an-
1 In Malek am was
'he establishment <>f new offices >>t
i which supports thi
state, national and worldwide i
ol Merkos L'lnyonei Church
ill Washington Ave Miami
li
A resident of Greater Miami
for 19 years, Cimenl is secretary
of Bsth Tfilah Congregation in
Miami Beach and active in the
Hatikvah Lodge of B'nai B'ritti
here.
Ciment is a member ol the Min
imum Housin : Appeal Boai d pi
the ( ity of Miami Beach, and for-
merly served on the city's Beau-
tification Committee. Hi' is a part
ner m the law firm of Grover,
Ciment and Randall, with offices
at 420 Lincoln Road Bldg Miami
Beach.
Owner of Universal Picture
Frames, Cimenl served ;is co-
chairman of the record-setting
19t>0' Lubavitcher dinner held in
Miami Beach and has been active
in the organization since it open-
ed its Florida regional office here
six years ago.
A graduate of Miami Beach
High School. Ciment was gradu
ated from the University of Miami
with a degree in business admin
istration in 1957 and then earned
his law degree from the University
of Miami. He studied at the Ye-
shiva of New York prior to attend-
ing the university here.
Active in such organizations
as the Miami Beach Elks, Jay-
cees. Knights of Pythias and
Moose, Ciment currently is pres-
ident of the Parkview Island
Civic Association.
Ciment is a member of Tail Ep-
silon Phi and of Phi Alpha Delta
legal fraternity. He is married to
the former Joan Kratish. of Miami
Beach They are the parents of one
son, Ivan Saen.
Kickoff meeting of the silver
anniversary banquet of Chabad
will be held Sunday morning,
11 a.m., at 848 Washington Ave.
The initial session for the Jan.
22 dinner, to be held at the
Deauville Hotel, will introduce
the new chairman to a commit-
tee of more than 50 communal
workers.
Councilman Malek will be guest
speaker at the Sunday meeting,
with a member of the new Florida
delegation to the state legislature
also on hand.
Sossin, executive director of the
Blackstone Retirement Hotel, will
be toast master for Sunday's affair
Morton Mayberg. president of
Camp Gan Israel, will give a brief
progress report on the camp spoil
sored by Chabad in Deland. Fla.
Rabbi Abraham Korf, regional
director of Chabad, and Gerald
Schwartz, executive vice chairman
of the dinner, also will participate
in the program.
ter of success in the cor
chain of JNF activities be
The Me Ami Founders B,
"is in the spirit of the n,
renewed effort of redeemi-
pledge of U million for M
made by this community
launching of the project.'
stein said.
Me Ami is this communit;.
city on the northeastern
of Israel, an agricultural.
community. "It is situated
of the most strategic are
iacent to the Jordanian r
in the midst of some 15.1
abs," Bornstein explained
"Arrangements are now
made tor a special Me A
ject, and we hope to ha
results in time for the b;
the JNF presidenl declare
Greetings at the Dec. 4
will be exten led bj Dr
Lehrman, chairman ol
ish National Fund I
here Guest artist will be
Stark, soprano. Benedicl
be b> li.:hiii Max Li]
idem of tb ical
ation of ami
Mayer v.
Mi oi ah, v. ill be i a I
monies
nued
'HUM
and
i the
Ami
' tht

twin
rcii-r
Eense
". one
ad.

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1
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Drama League
Holds Luncheon
Opei
Leagui ol Un
,u the Palm Bay Club ..
BO members In attendant
Mrs- Harry Simone, pi
ieete.1 members ai I
iisted by Mrs B Rol
biii g, secretary. Mrs \
Bialolenki, treasurei '.
Uel Kill ik. vice ;
Louis Glasser, v ice presi
hy Thayer, liaison ofl
Peg and Carlos, aci oi "'
singer, entertained Ihi .
a musical program.

Chanuka Mart
At B'nai Raphael
Supplies, gifts and deco
for Chanuka will go on sali Sun-
day when the Sisterhood i
gregation B'nai Raphael holds its
annual Chanuka Mart Articles
will be sold at the synagog
Shopping hours will Ik
noon to 4 p.m. Lunch v be
served by Sisterhood mem
Reservations are now beir.j ac-
cepted for Congregation lial
Raphael's New Year's Eve cele-
bration. In charge of information
are IIv Rubin and Eddie (< Idberg.
Chanuka Menorah
Consecration
The Jacob C. Cohen Sis- hood
will hold its third annual Cham^,
ka donor luncheon on Sundi.,
noon, Dec. 11. at the DeaUfiUe
1 Hotel, according to the cl
of the luncheon. Mrs Pauline
' Hyman.
Proceeds oi the lunch, r. will
go towards the purchase
ious articles for the Synagogue.
A special feature will be the
consecration of a sterling silver
(hanuka Menorah. desigl
Taxco silversmiths ol Mc\
Reservations for the lun neon
can be made at the office the
Synagogue.

NAACP Prexy Is
Morning Speaker
Donald Wheeler Jones
ident of the National Ass iation
. for the Advancement ol
People of Dade County. '"
speaker al the regular m *W
breakfast of the Brotherl *
Temple Beth Sholom on 5
10:30 a.m.
His subject will be "Dynamics
of Race Relations."


tdcr.'. November 25. 1966
vjt-nisl' H'orSdlSiiip
Page 15-B
id Mrs. Sam Fuchs are honored Saturday night at the
Metiorah Israel "Chai" Dinner of State as Rabbi
Abrcrr.owitz presents them with Israel's "Chai" Award.
: In the ceremony were Leonard Rosen (left', temple
'-nt end dinner chairman, and Ambassador James
right), guest speaker at the dinner.
7

Menorah Buys
$412,000 in Bonds
Temple Menorah members re-
sponded with an outpouring of Is-
rael Bond purchases to a dramatic-
appeal by Rabbi Mayer Abramo
Wife last Saturday night at the
Miami Israel "Chai" Dinner of
State at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Fuchs. and in celebration of Is-
rael's 18th anniversary of state-
hood, members of the congrega-
tion broke all previous temple
records by purchasing $412,000
in Israel Bonds
Mr. and Mrs. Fuchs were the
recipients of the State of Israel
"Chai" Award in recognition of
their life-long service to Israel.
Guest speaker was Ambassa-
dor James Roosevelt, who ex-
pressed confidence "that peace
can be brought about in the
Middle East through the machin-
ery of the United Nations."
Dinner chairman was Leonard
I Rosen, temple president and for-
mer chairman of the Greater Mi-
ami Israel Bond Organization.
Rosen conducted the traditional
Menorah of State candle lighting
ceremony.
x^y bititariea
FREEDBERG. V,- Mollle \\ of 1 \
Vvc., ill. 1 Sin lUvei
NEXER. .1......I,. \.;# ,|j,,| NllV 211
Service* in Philadelphia. Rli
PODNOS. Morris IJ 78, ol 1.1(1 SW
li'ili Avi .li.d Nov. 21. Oordon.
POLLAK. Alador, 7\ ,,f 28J SW j.tl,
si., died Nov. 21. Oordon.
polisar. Rebecca Rachel, bo, of
1800 roth St, Caimway, died Nov
L'l Services | Columbus) (i Riv-
erside
Silver. Saul, 71'. of 7:.::.; Adventure
Ave.. died Nov. II. Service* in
Lynn. Mass. Riverside
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICS
NOTICt LNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKIIV (11
gncd, ill In
mi hut. n name*
of liREAMHOAT; SEVEN SEAS
HKEAMBOAT, ill I'li-I S. III!
I'iuk Marina, Mlnm Florida, intend
to register Bald name* with Lh< Clerk
of Hi. Circuit Court ..f I >ad* O .init^.
Florida,
DRKAMBOAT LINKS INC.
Ity: IIK.N'E SMITH. President
>".* I'ltANK .1 I'RBAN, Secretary
ARONoVITZ, SILVER a I*'HER
Attorney'! f..i Dreamboal Linen Inc.
H.......107 Allude) Building
Mlumi, Florida 88132
11/11-18-23 12 2
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Uslak. chairman of last year's Combined Jewish Ap-
mpaign, looks on as his 1967 successor, Milton Weiss,
-.is name to the list of volunteer workers who formed
:-andwaqon of Big Wheels" and promised to work in the
h: ina l%7 CJA drive.
Wig Wheel Bash
Eves '67 CJA Push
at
II
;
ht, thi
edi ration n
that "1 :. heels
.- moving.
was the "Bravos
- Bash, and over
volunteer work-
I parts of Dade Couri-
ered at the Algiers Ho-
ve a special award and
thank you" from Jay I.
the job they had done
..King last year's Com-
1 ~n Appeal campaign a
K -lak was chairman of
JA drive.
Ki*'i
'c
t
introduced his succes-
ho forthcoming 1967
mpaign, Milton Waits.
weiding the volunteers for
*'' accomplishments,
'! i Bbuh
fall ? the strength of the
I Jewish Appeal," said
need your help. 1966
ton act to follow, but we've
Morris Heads
uderdale Slate
f* officers and board mem-
M Fort : iuderdale Jewish
J "stalled during services
evening are:
Morris, president:
Ronald L. Mishkin,
Howard Kalin. re-
iaurice Moss,
-1' les Shapiro, financial

directors: David Bell.
M. Charles Dickson.
'Ii. Dr. Sylvan Goi
Belle Ornston, Norman
Schagrin, Max
1 George Steinfa
mi et and beal
-' n lother 'thank
Li]
f thj Greal
I ration, then heard Arthur S.
Rosichan, Federation's executive
director, report on the needs to
be met by the i!'6'7 campaign.
"On the local scene, inflation is
a large part of the problem," said
Rosichan. "Inflation figures for
1966 are estimated as a 6 percent
increase. This meai s that all of
our local agencies must spend at
least 6 percent more in order to
retain the same services. Each
agency is going to suffer a tre-
mendous deficit unless we can
provide more funds."
"In Israel," continued Rosichan.
unemployment has reached an
all-time high. When I was in Is-
rael five weeks ment figure wat 35,000. Last week-
end, new figures were released
60,000. And by the end of the
year, it is estimated there will be
100,000 unemployed.''
"Tho way it looks now, Israel
is approaching another crisis.
Thr are 325.000 school chil-
dren entitled to free lunches in
Israel. But there is only enough
money to feed 175,000. The
other 150,000 sit around and
watch the other.kids eat."
Beach Hadassah
Education Forum
On Jewish Values
Over 500 members and guests
1 are expected to attend the Edu-
. cation Forum sponsored by the
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
| sah on Wednesday at the Algiers
Hotel. Subject for discussion will
Is be "Jewish Values in a Changing
j World."
Brunch will be served at 10:45
j a.m.
Guest participants will be Dr
Charles Werner, professor of phil-
osophy. University of Miami, who
will disctiss "Need Science De-
stroy Religious Faith?"
Seymour Liebman, author, his-
lecturer, who spei
years in Mexico, will speak on
Judaism Survive the Open
Sociel
Mrs. Barnett Beckerman, via
on,
nd reservatioi
maj be
fice.
Henl Group
l
" iers H tel Bn nch \
rved at 11:30 a.m. A musical
:n will be presented by
i Marie Baiaban. with "Ducky"
Duckman, accompanist. Mrs. Mil-
ton Weinberg is president.
*
Shaloma Group will have its
regular month!} luncheon meet-
ing on ftlonda) at 'he Algiers Ho-
tel. Mrs. Michael Feinstein is
president.
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WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN Hint
by virtue ..f Chapter S7 of Florida
Statute* Annotated (1941), War. -
hU-. in. n and Warehou*. i:......lot*
wherein Ace-R.B. VAX LINKS. IXC,
.. Florida c.sj-poratlon, b\ virtue ol its
'i- Hen, ha* In ltd possession
the following in si iiii.-.i |iro|H>rty:
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Miami, Hoi Ida, nn i thai un '> lEtli
'"V of I......ml" r, I iik the
' hour* of Bale, malnl> I,. tn
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N.W. 24th Av. nue, \l .
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E. B LEATHERMAN
i'i. rk of the i r ull Court
Bj K. M LYMAN
I put} i 'I. rk
I I 18-25 I.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RO.U T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
Case No. 66C12D04
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Ml IRM.l i: CoHi'., ., Klol ,ii.i i 'orp-
oral on, nnd It & I REALTY, IM .
a i Ii rlda i 'orporatlon,
i'lainl ills,
Esg
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Mrs. Freida embership
vice presidtn! of Morton Towers
Group, will host i. iuncheon for
new members on Tuesday noon
at the Deauville Hotel. Over 125
new members are expected. Mrs.
Jack Davis, membership vice
president of chapter, will be guest
speaker. Mrs. Emanuel Mentz is
president
The serious ;art of the evi
\'.;i- set aside whei Ekidit
for, noted comedian, i
the iic-:-
Kach volunteer worker re
;i reprodud -
sin origil .. a toker-
elation fr. M tssi
a profe it the Uni
of Mian
Comedian's Book
To Be Reviewed
Regular meeting of Beth David
rhood t. Wednesday will be
i salute to Jewish Book Month.
Lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m.
Following the business agenda.
| conducted by Mrs. Seymour Kap-
Mis. Albert Beer,
he day, will intro-
u ,s)l Landau, -aho will
v et thing but Mi i
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Hid Child Mrs
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braria
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CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
\ THE NAME AND BY THE
"HORITY OF THE
VTE, OF FLORIDA
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entarj atithoritj re.|iilivd Un.
808.27, Florida StiiluleH,
ng the di...|.in,.i, ,.. M1,.i.
cori .ri.ti..n.
N'.w therefore, the Seerelarj of
t..t. do. herebj certify to the for. -
ng and th.it he i> Hallhfied llial
he requlrementM of n i ,,,lX<.
been comulle x WITNESS WHEREOF I have
reunto -. t mj h nd and have if-
. -I th. Ure.,1 seal | u. state of
lorlda. al TallahuMM.-.-, ih. capital.
M; the lenth day ..r Novemb. r, A U
'bo.
TOM ADAMS
8. cretin i of State
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
N AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY '
No. 66C12S08
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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PlaJnMff,
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1" .'endatit.
'.k.mi;x LOPESS-TRIGo
(126 HT Street Apt. 4F
FJ-K" Park, Xew Y,.rk
YOU ARB HEREBY NOTIFIED
Bill of ComniaJM for Divorce
'' '- iltalnal vou and you
' ii .wer or
1 ">" wltl the CUM, ot thle Court
A."". iv IACK l.
K,'.N''' for Plaintiff, Suite
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I NOTICE shall ba .

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fll do no, Judgment by dote .
will b. taken aga'nul v,,u ;iM,| .,
in you for the relief demanded ,n
the Compli
ih- .Notice shall he published
ach week for f..nr consecutive, u.. -
in the Jewish Floridian.
I 'ATED this ^'lsl das of Nov.
E, B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
BY: I. SNBEDE.N
..... I ''piny Clerk
PAI I, KWITNEY of
SILVERSTE1N, KWITNEY &
(iOI'HISS
Attorneys for Plaintiff!
4X0 Lincoln H..a.l
.Miami Beach, Florida
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY an E.N I
lie iiiiilMsicn. ,i, desiring to eng.
ii himineo. under the flctltioui
>.l IirROER CASri.K OF I
UABLES al .' ,0 Dougku Road, Coral
Gables, Florida, Intends t.. register
Bald name wltl Cl. rk pf th. Clr-
uil oure Dade County, Floi
FBaNK IEOROE, IX.'
a Florid n...ration.
By: KENNETH FRANKS
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M.l.l.X K(>RNHLUM
Ut. in. > for Vpplli
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NOTICE LXDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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