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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla

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

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Jewish Flor idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WtlKLY
. 36 Number 51
Miami, Florida, Friday, December 20. 1
963
Two Sections Price 20*
London Repeats Nix
To Signing Genocide
Pact Convention Now
th;it those who commit it should
be brought to Justice."
(The United States is the other
major world power that has thus
i.. r refused t<> join the Genocide
Convention Opposition in the
IS. stem- from sources fearing
that the American Negro problem
might be interpreted B8 I form ol
genocide and subject lo UN "in-
i. i ference i
LONDON (JTA) The Brit-
ivernmenl reiterated in the
,; Commons this week its
,1M-t accession to the
['-,,,(l N'ations Convention Against
Thai convention has
, -nice 1951, but ncilh
not the United Ratal
I it. I
tition oi the Govern-
iriion i becoming I
. onventien against
- expressed In the
rhomas, Secre-
: i oreign Affairs
. ,.v rii querj from
., Labor mem
nenl who is also
ii B< ard ol Deputies
He cited as the
made bj the
.i 1982 decls
,1 "explained the JERUSALEM JTA Brtg
Gen Yitihi k Rabin, deputj chiel
- ere given bj the o stafl ol Israel's Armed Forces
lat year tor refusing tinci 1959, was elevated Sundaj to
i ui> Instrument against the post ol chiel ol staff, heading
., that, under the Israel's Army, Navy and Air
\ the Government force He will assume hi- new
to "forego it- tradl- office Jan l. succeeding Brig
: to give political Gen Zvi Tsur, who will retire
refugees in certain irom his posl on Dec 31.
ing .i purelj poiitica
British Attack
Arab Boycott;
Lord Snubs Job
GIN. YITZHAK KABIN
Sabrp chief
Israsl Names Rabin New
Chief of All Armed Forces
i
I \ convention calls geno
ninal offense, not politi
other reason was that.
kelj evenj that anyone
in be accused ol
i linar) eriminal law"
such a crime, The
men', how ever, affirmed
bhorrence of the crime
and it- determination
Prime Minister l.evi Eshkol an
bounced Gen. Rabin's appoint
men! al the regular weekl) meet-
ing ot the Cabinel here, and the
promotion as approved bj the
i gbinet Gen Tsur, who tai beta ,
the post three years, expects to ,,
i. i.. s Ion l< ave before assum
ing another position
of parents who were both ac-
tive in the Haganah, the self-
defense onit of the pre-lsrael
Jewish settlement in Palestine.
His mother became known dur-
ing anti-Jewish riots here in 1920
and 1921, when she distributed
arms to Jewish defenders in
Jerusalem. His father served
in the Jewish Battalion in World
War I.
Gen. Rabin, who is 41, was
born in this city. He is the son
BIGGEST POST-WAR INQUIRY
Auschwitz Trial Will Start
In Frankfurt This Month
Young Rabin wai educated In
Rgriculture, excelling In bis stud-
ies, and received his graduation
diploma al the hands of the Brit
ih Rttgtt Commissioner at the
Harold kfcMichael. Later.
h< became I member Of Haganah
and, still later, of Palmach, the
Haganah striking force. He dis-
i nguished himself in carrying out
,i series Of one-man missions
against the British police He
commanded i force ot Jewish
fighters who broke Into the Athlit
camp where "illegal" Jewish im-
migrants were imprisoned, free-
in all the immigrants
LONDON (JTA) The Arab
League was soundly chastised this
week by the British Government
for anti-Israel boycott activities
against British firms.
The rebuke developed from the
public outcry againat the toned
resignation of Lord Mancroft, a
leading Jewish businessman, from
the London advisory board of the
Norwich i nion insurance So-
cieties, a major insurance firm,
under Arab boycott pressure Lord
Mancroft Is a business associate
ol sir Isaac Wolfson, who has
many bu-ir.i SS ties in Israel
The insurance company, stag-
gered by the wave of criticism,
offered Lord Mancroft back his
board position but the Jewish
peer politely declined. He was
reported to have remarked to
friends that he did not want to
be in the public limelight for the
next 20 years. He was also giv-
en about SS5.000 in compensation
by the firm which he planned
to contribute to charity.
JFK ADVISOR
Johnson Asks
Myer Feldman
To Stay at Post
WASHINGTON (JTAl Prea-
idei i Lj ndon B. Johnson has ask
. i Myer Feldman. White House
deputy special counsel, to con
tmue serving in the same capacity
and also to advise him on Jew
i>h and Israeli matters as Mr
feldman did for President John
F. Kennedv.
Mr. Feldman has accepted Pres-
ident Johnson's invitation. He will
continue serving as the senior of
ricial of Jewish faith on the White
House Staff. It was learned that
The rebutted Arabs were quick President Johnson made known
Jh "2e. statements. The .ha, he would folio* the practice
Continued on P.ge 5-A
Continued on Pa.ge 16 A
President to Meet Pope;
Will Give Him Gold Medal
JERUSALEM i JTA i Al-
though plans for the reception ot
Pope Paul VI in Isiael during his
During the War of Liberation in viM, Dere have not yet been
pj 1949, lie commanded a bat
SKFIRT (JTA) The
p i ar trial ol Nazis ac
i| mass murder ol Jews,
. 22 former officials and
i li mate who was a trUI
the tuschv. ,\/ extermination
v here millions ot Jews wen'
lated will open here Friday.
liit the presentation of evidence
- the defendants will prob
n it begin until February or
earlj March, it was indicated b>
i lint prosecutor, Dr Hans
' '"--'nan
Grossman said it would take
i lei si one to two months before
completion ot all preliminaries.
deluding opening statements from
i h ol the 22 defendants. Eigh-
teen attorneys have been retained
the defendants The trial.
Imli will be held in Frankfurt
1 it> Hall, will draw more than KKi
[porters from west Germany and
1 ther countries
After the first session on Fri-
day, the next hearing will be on
December 30. The trial has been
in preparation since 1959. The
chief defendant, Richard Baer,
who was the last Auschwitz com-
mandant, and who was arrested
for the trial, died last June in
pi ison.
ri. 23 ,!, fendanls were chosen
Ironi about 1.000 suspects on the
basis "i evidence supplied bj 1.300
survivors ol the murder camp in
which an estimated 4.000.000 men.
Continued on Page HA
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talion which fought m Jerusalem
and later succeeded in keeping
open the route from Tel Aviv to
Jerusalem. He also held a num-
ber ol commands on Israel's south-
ern front He was Israels senior
Nahmias and Tediy Kolleck, di-
rector-general of the Premier's
office here, left for Rome Wed-
nesday lo finaliie arrangements
for the visit of the Pontiff to
Israel next month.
military officer in the negotiation _
.i the armistice agreement with 1>ia(.|
Jordan. .
Later, he studied at the British
stall College at Camberley, Eng-
land.
alized, it was learned this week
that President Zalman Shazar
will meet the Pontiff on his arriv- ^ report on the arrangement!
al in Jerusalem, and willI present nw wag glven ,u
him with a special gold meda o,i,v hv \hha
showing the map of Israel and the Cabinel on Sundaj bj Abba
bearing In Hebrew and Latin e. Khan, the Deputy Premier,
words an inscription: "1 Visited
Similar bronze medals
will be presented to the cardinals
accompanying the Pope.
Israeli Police Chief Joseph
The Ministerial Committee also re
ceived a report on the Pont ill's
scheduled visit from Maurice
Fischer, Israel's Ambassador to
Rome,
18th ANNUAL MEETINGS SETS STAGE FOR HISTORIC EVENT
Home of Aged Dedication Program Set Sunday
____. ...>- c-.i- ion. a,,. iii u the nrosram will open
nM>linQ and dedication ceremonies for the Abhn
'"". ,*, annual meeting.mow f pavlUon and A(1.
Memorial expansion h. L',' ,m'n,nn'Fov ,,, Rlrach Meyer Pavilion
52nd St.
Judge Irving Cypen. prudent
, lm. Home. Mid this week that
he anticipates record-breaking
tlendar.ee "because ol the great
interest and enthusiasm express
ed by manj groups ">" ve
1(h visited Douglas Gar
dens adding thai the documen
tary 'The Home tor Beginoing
again." recentl) televised by
Wl'KT C'h 7, "ha also created
widespread interest "
Judge Cypen issued a public
invitation, urging Dade and
Broward Countiana to attend the
function which will mark 18 years
(Chai) of community wide sup
port and participation in the
Home since it tirst opened its
doors in 1945 at 338 SW 12th Ave
with Mrs. Isidor Cohen as its
founder and Oral president.
Judge Cypen said that Sunday
afternoon "will he the culmina-
tion of 18 years of joint planning
by the Home and the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation ard ol
herculean effort by Mrs. Cohen
and a small group oi dedicated
colleagues, who began their work
in 1840, five years before the
Home opened its doors
Judge Cypen, who will act as
chairman ol the function, said
ihat the program ill open with
God Lie America" and "Bless
this House.' sung by Robert Mc-
Pherson, baritone. Mrs. Olga
Bibor stern will be accompan-
ist
Invocation will be by Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrhian, spiritual leader of
Temple Rmanu-F.l. and chair
man ot the 19K4 Combined Jew-
l-h Appeal, of which the Home
lor the Aged is a beneficiary
Sidney Lelcourt. president of the
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Volume 36 Number 51
Friday. December 20. 1963
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Anti-Semitism
And Arab Boycott
The ouster of Lord Mancroft
from the board of the Norwich
Union Insurance Company in
London has made international
news for a number of reasons.
Mainly, it suggests that the
Arab League boycott against
companies dealing with Israel or
having Jews prominent among
their personnel is less successful
than would otherwise be appar-
ent. For the boycott is a continu-
ing thing and relentlessly seeks
to enroll victims in behalf of its
cause, and the Norwich Company
move seems to be the League's
first significant victory in a long
time.
More important, it betrays the
spinelessness of the firm, which
was willing to antagonize so sig-
nificant a financial power as Lord
Mancroft, no less than the many
important Jewish organizations
and individuals dealing with Nor-
wich. The company, in its ready
submission to blackmail, appar-
ently feels it is better from the
economic standpoint to be polite-
ly disposed toward Arab brutality
than toward catering to the interests
front clientele.
Ultimately, from a simple pounds and
shillings point of view, Norwich will find that
it made a mistake in dismissing Lord Mancroft
simply because he was a Jew; Norwich, though
as of mid-week invited his Lordship back, will
now hnd that Arab threats are more bluster
than business.
We would be hard-pressed to accuse Nor-
wich of anti-Semitism and to suggest that the
insurance firm mend its fences. Social anti-
Semitism may be notorious in Great Britain,
but its counterpart in the U.S. is prevalent
enough to indicate that we are, ourselves, too
vulnerable to be able to hurl such brickbats.
of home-
Home for Aged Expands
The dedication Sunday of the expansion
program at the Jewish Home for the Aged vir-
tually brings to a conclusion a dream that was
launched by a handful of people here some
18 years ago.
As the Home now shapes up, it is one of
the most modern, complete and spacious insti-
tutions of its kind in the country. In view of
its many specialized facilities, there is small
wonder that the Jewish Home for the Aged
has rapidly become a center for geriatric pro-
fessional research.
The Jewish community may well be proud
of the achievement at Douglas Gardens. The
final phase of the Ablin Memorial expansion
was a joint project of the Home and the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation. Thus, although
a number of individuals will be singled out
Sunday for their significant contributions to
the Home, Miami Jewry at large can feel
it has had a direct hand in bringing the insti-
tution's master plan to a successful conclusion.
The direct beneficiaries of this splendid
philanthropic achievement are the residents
who will be staying there. Long proud that
they have been living in a model Home for the
Aged, they will now be joined by many more
men and women who can enjoy the expanded
facilities and professionally-geared institutional
care.
The Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater
Miami is a happily total reality.
Bishop Carroll's Report
We commend the American Jewish Com-
mittee and the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation for their sponsorship of the meeting Mon-
day at which Bishop Coleman F. Carroll re-
ported on the recently-adjourned Ecumenical
Council.
We commend Bishop Carroll for having
accepted the Jewish community's invitation to
speak before them.
The meeting Monday was in the highest
spirit of Ecumenism, itself, which as Bishop
Carroll pointed out, seeks to further the ties
of understanding among men as the children
of God regardless of race, religion and creed.
More than a praiseworthy and instruction-
al view of the Ecumenical Council deliber-
ations, the Bishop's presentation offered up the
hope that Catholics and Jews may very well
launch a new era in friendly relations through-
out the world, even if this ultimate aim can
not be expected to occur overnight.
Genocide Wins Again
Great Britain's reiterated position that it
will not join the Genocide Convention is a dis-
heartening one. Americans may well share
in the dismal prospects such an attitude pro-
jects.
For this nation, too, has thus far repeatedly
refused to become a signatory to the pact.
Genocide was the despicable Nazi legacy
to the world, both in word and deed. What-
ever Great Britain's reasons may be. the Amer-
ican excuse is thin and embarrassing, recalling
the days of the Bricker Amendment battle dur-
ing the Eisenhower era, as well as the boldly-
stated fears by segregationists that U.S. anti-
Negroism might be subject to UN criticism as
a form of genocide if we joined the convention.
Hence, the recognition of the evils of geno-
cide is clear and undisputed. Only our hatreds
and our passions, which we are determined
to suffer or enjoy, as the case may be, with-
out interference, prevents our joining the con-
vention.
Especially in the bleak days concluding
our month-long mourning for our late assassin-
ated President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, this
is an indefensible position. What is the excuse
in Great Britain, where the mourning for Pres-
ident Kennedy was equally heartfelt?
during the week
as i see it

fcftffr MlHUtllf
faun
THE AMERICAN Jewish
Committee sometime ajo
entered into a challenging
area of human interest: the
relationship between the Jew-
ish community and the^Cath-
olic Church. The -Committee's
interest soes hack a number
t yew*. David Tjamifli-fl*
lional associate director of
AJC in New York, traces It ..t
least overtly to the time in
1958 when Pope Pius XII suggested that all men are spiritual Semites
and down through the greeting of open-armed Pope John XXIII to a
United Jewish Appeal mission in 1962: "I am Joseph, your trother."
Bishop Coleman F. Carroll, of the Miami Diocese, showed Mon-
day night just how challenging this area can be. The Bishop reported
to "an American Jewish Committee meeting at the Dupont Plaza Ho-
tel on the first two sessions of the recent Ecumenical Council in the
Vatican. The meeting, co-sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, heard Bishop Carroll characterize his report as "a new
experience." He said that -three years ago. this would have been
the farthest thing from your mind, as from mine."
His presence at the meeting, the Bishop suggested, reflects the
growing change in the relationship between men not only in our
own country but throughout the world. Indeed, there was in the
voice of his confession a tone of pleasant surprise surprise that
so great a revolution in interreligious feeling could occur in so short
a time. This. Bishop Carroll attributed to Pope John XXIII, him-
self, the "interim pope." who had such a profound spiritual effect on
all of mankind. .
- !
tHPHASli ON CATHOLIC CU AILS
I DON'T KNOW what others expected at the meeting. My own
anticipations revolved around the Bishop's candid discussion of
Schema 4. concerning the relationship between the Church and the
Jews, and Schema 5. devoted to a general assertion that men are at
liberty to worship God each in his own way. But Bishop Carroll
spent only the shortest final part of his hour-long presentation on
these issues which, it seems to me. would have been of greatest in
terest to us all. and instead launched into a minutely detailed hist. ri<
view of the Ecumenical Council as an instrument of perfecting the
unity of the Catholic Church.
This is certainly no criticism either of the Bishop's overt intent
or of the highly praiseworthy purposes of the American Jewish Com
mittee interest. But the sad 'ruth is that in the best AristOtelean
tradition which aims at the Divine, it substituted form for matter
wherever possible Hence, though Bishop Carroll repeatedly coo
fessed to his audience that it would be of no interest to them, lie
nevertheless gave his listeners a precise textbook rundown on the
Ecumenical after some 1.900 years of Catholic history, winding up
with Pope John's convening of the 21st Council and Pope Paul's ad-
journment of its second session.
The first session, under Pope John, Bishop Carroll characterized
as inconclusive, with achievements that could at best be called "in-
tangible." But its influence "was miraculous.'' he said, for through
the late Holy Father the inclination toward good faith developed in
many places and among many peoples throughout the world.
-: -: :
IN THt UST TRADITION Of THE CHURCH
FOREWARNING THOSE WHO expected more than a formal sec-
retarial report on the Council. Bishop Carroll repeatedly and
honestly explained that the primary business of the Ecumenical is
to update the Catholic Church in order to make it "more attractive
to those outside the Church a measure of Christ's prayer that all
men are one." Ecumenism, he said, the relationship between the
Church and those who are not Christian, is its secondary' aim.
Hence. Bishop Carroll's presentation Monday night was in the
best Catholic tradition. As a Jew. I may have come to hear him
talk about Schema 4 and 5. but he put first Catholic things first. For
example, discussing the initial meeting of the second session under
Pope Paul, the Bishop gave a detailed analysis of the deliberations
concerning the Order of the Priesthood and Deaconate. as well as the
Governing Order of the Diocese. Here, he talked frankly about Church
needs on an organizational level, equating them with "God's law and
His eternal truths." an area of concern which, he said parenthetically.
Jews and Catholics share in common: "a firm conviction of trie
existence of God's governing the actions of the individual."
In thi> regard, he emphasized the importance Of the lavman to
the achievement of these fundamental views, seeking out' further
common Catholic-Jewish ties by suggesting that, like the -olitarv
churchman, "your rabbi can't do it bj himself." But once free ol
the primary purpose of the Ecumenical, which must principally con-
cern Catholics on a theological and I cal-organixatkmal I
Bishop Carroll had little left to say.
> : .;.
MVtttTMUSS A RtMAHKASU ACHIfViMlNT
T ecumenism, the spirit of the movement as exemplified by
Pop,. .ihn the Bishop attributed further Ecumenical purpose:
ha the individual layman must be God-fearing and God-loving.
that he can be neither of those if he is not also a living Christian ex-
ample of Christian pro,,,,,ie- if he does i active!) love his neighbor
as a child of God, regard!.....t race, religion or creed
Thisi brought the Bishop his single round of applause becarrw
despite:th^heological strings attached .. came clows! to stating
what h.s audience gathered to hear. With respect to Schema 4 and 5.
d
SSJS" "n""";"U- "K" "" M'":' '''^- nme"^" xteT:::'
ftJSTch^eS ,,,,'1"ff'V' T*l ''b"ui ""' O,,^"on b-v Italian and
con^erniie 11. h V" %**!** !""' 5 on fundamentalist principle
concerning the historically troublesome CathoUc view ,>f the role of
By way of substitution, what M^cSR.. SSf ,
themselves the Bishop mereh reported what had already appear*
popular v,n he press: "The, didn'l come ... the floor, and SSe ol
i"Jn2.*v.*^p?0Ml' Judgment, these matters are oi
those who still dream of the unfulfilled
assure his audience that Pope pau] Wlt
promise of Pope John, was to
unquestionably" continue to
v\ny ilie Hishop ended on Muh ,i,.f "....... v aucan.
stand, for he ele.ulv fel, i. w '' "*' Jficul. to under-
proach to the Ecumenical movementIs t 0, y **?& 1+
m .,s t ie primary concern of Catho-
Continued on Ptgt 16-A
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Friday. December 20, 1963

-JewlstrncrXUarj
Page 5-A
British Angered by Mancroft Incident
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth David Con-
cregation, meets with students at Beth David Senior High
School sessions held weekly on Wednesdays at 4 p.m. Shown
are Elaine Aronovitz and Stuart Rose, among the many stu-
cents who gather regularly to discuss "Growth in Religion
Al We Develop to Adulthood."
Bureau Reveals Contest Winners
. ianeri ol the Book Review celebration of Jewish Rook Month.
( Dteet, Sponsored by ,n"' Bureau judges for the contest were Louis
0 Jewish Education in the Jew- Schwarlzm;in executive di
1*1 s< nooh of Creator Miami.
announced this week by Jos-
cpJ t ''en. Bureau president
:r-- priie Will be awarded to
E Mi.iahi. of the Bureau's Cen-
ti H Hig*i School, tor hit
i, Lev 'i "Ben-Gurion," by Rob
Second :.!!/' will -<>
I Levew ul Ti mple Is-
i, : s Sch "'I Third prize
rded to Mi rlene Km
M v ,. thi !'. l entral He
H -b >>:
fourth and fifth prizes will 90
tc M.chael Lax, of Temple Beth
Am, and Arthur Litowiti, of
Tempi* Israel. Awards of Jew-
ish encyclopedias and other re-
etnt Jewish works will be award-
ed to the fist five winners.
1 m find three priae inners
v .. appear on a special television
p gram in the latter part ol Jan-
uarj on Cta. V "The still Small
\ tea, a program sponsored by
tit Greater Miami Rabbinical
\- >Cla IOn
vet- 100 reviews wire submit-
1, (mm 10 schools in the Greater
I iami area, cloaing the national
Schvvartzman. executive director.
and Herbert Berger, associate di-
rector "I the Bureau
Continued from Page 1-A
Arab League's economic council
said in Cairo that any interfer-
ence by the British Government;
or any other country with its boy-'
colt activities would cause the
Arab countries to reconsider their
economic relations with such coun-
tries. The council condemned the
British Government for its public
land of disapproval of efforts by
Aiab embassies in London to pre-
venl British firms from trading
with Israel. Support of "Zionist
political endeavors" by any coun-
try, the Cairo statement added.
would be considered support of
Israeli aggressive actions''
Ambassadors in London of 12
Arab nations held a special con-
ference and issued a statement ex
pressing "surprise" at the state-
ment in the House of Lords by
Lord Carrington, Deputy Foreign
Secretary, in which the Govern-
ment criticized the boycott actions
against British firms. The same
statement was made in the House
ot Commons. Vigorous debate
took place over the Mancroft dis-
missal in both Houses. The 12 en-
voys also said that "the sole
judges" of their activities were
their own governments and that
they were "not prepared to receive
instructions or remarks" except
Irom their own governments.
Much of this Arab counter-re-
sponse was considered by ex-
perts here on Arab politics as a
smokescreen for a two-day meet-
ing of Arab military leaders in
Cairo, called specifically to
work out a plan to counter Is-
rael's scheduled start of diver-
sion of Jordan River waters next
spring for a huge irrigation pro-
ject in the Negev. Warlike
threats have been made by some
Arab states against those plans
but the Cairo meeting was ad-
journed with no indication of any
agreement on any plan.
In the House debate. Peter'
Thomas. Joint Minister of State
for foreign affairs, said that the
British Government "strongly dis-
approves 01 pressure from any1
source on British firms to discrim-
inate between British subjects on
any grounds." He added that
these view- had been conveyed to.
Arab embassy representatives in
London an:! that the Government'
hoped that these practices would
be stopped.
Sir Barnett Janner, an MP and'
president of the Board of Deputies
of British Jews, thanked Thomas
for his statement, as did Harold
Wilson, leader of the opposition
Labor Party, who also asked
whether the Government would
join the Labor Party in specifical
1 ly condemning the insurance com-
' pany. Thomas replied he did not
i think it would be appropriate to
condemn a particular firm.
A Conservative MP, Gilbert
Longden, said that what such
companies as the Norwich Union
. needed was not Government ad-
I vice but "a few more guts."
< John Paton, a Labor MP, said
; the Government condemnation
"should stiffen the backs of
some of the boneless wonders
who seem to be running the big
commercial firms of this coun-
try." He added that he did not
think the Arabs would stop such
activities and asked whether
Thomas would consider seeking
legal action to make illegal
discrimination in international
trad*.
Thomas replied that "in all fair-
0648," he thought the House
should know that the Arab em-
bassy representatives who met
with Lord Carrington "emphasiz-
ed that the boycott was not dis-
crimination on racial grounds"
but an action derived from "what
they maintain is a state of war
between Israel and the Arab coun-
tries."
After Lord Carrington repeated
the Thomas' statement in the
House of Lords, the Earl of Alex
ander urged that the Arab gov
ernments be told that British trade
.".r.d commeice "cannot be inter-
fered with in this matter when
there is an armistice agreed upon
under the influence of the United
Nations."
As Parliamentary debate pro-
ceeded, it became clear that the
Government did not intend to go
beyond its action in rebuking the
Arab representatives. Entering
the debate for the first time,
Prime Minister Sir Alex Douglas
Home said it was not the practice
Of government departments to
handle insurance. He made the
statement in reply to a query
about what was being done to co-
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Friday. December 20. 1963
P*psl
Journey
By MAX LERNER
JNF Council Gets National Tribute For Me Ami City
Paris
h.- p] n fcr -< :<> the Holy Lane on J..\. 4-6.
vi continues his politics oi >stonknmeoi Use "politics" hew
ot in its secular meaning but m the Mice i>i the overall strateg) by
'>i:ih the Pope hj< sought to depta) the immune po.en iai ir.'-rai
oem at th< Vatican 1: was strategy begun bj .Kin: XXIII, which
Paul h.,> i. rrml over \' Uh .1 least ar. equal sense ol devotion and
atic impact.
While he was -till Ca'dmsi Montirj. a: the First Covncil Rome
ist vear. ht told Arcbbi-hop Hakim of Nazareth that the dream ot
:is | .loly Land. Thu> it i- not a suddenly new
ea But in its timing and in the -.cvn\ will which kept t.>
\cr-i the Pope's el > -. ''
. .
the

l least i
events
- -

II have the Pope's *r. nt come at this time,
:
0 i' ft schen

. Evi n the
nplished than
: SSil I
th Pope Joh I Pope P I
sprcia the genei is visi ol Cardinal Bea, ha i largelj
rated L> th? conservative forces within the Council. In tact.
;\ and \ did no: ever icceed in getting to the lloor for a
te. It was verj much like what happens in the Amen-
- when a rul<-s committee, dominated bj entrenched re-
,cti ses e< I allou a civil rights bill or a tax reform
come to a floor d< vote.
Vet must agree with Cardinal Bea alien he -ays that the
-truggle within Cal eisn i- !ar from over It will be renewed in
III, l 'ik n uill convene in September, and if m
:\ Same ol the liberal Catholics, eteriea and laymen, who
., saeh Drssn Bznw ngraaaed their certainty that eic-
liberal view will eWBC I take die Pop.'- pilgrimage
of Christian inspirationa- a cammttaacnl
to the end.

The visit to both Jordan ir.d Israel will, of course, encounter dif-
it i clear thai several Vatican emissaries were
th. the Israi i government hj- h..d to issue formal
its in Tel Aviv or Jerusalem.
iitic are
Yel I that there was far less Arab outcry igi
I ptei IV than had been expected, nor do the Arab
publicly ''t attack the Pope's pilgrims
Arab hopes that the Pope will use
- ak out against "Israeli aggression" again-t the Holy
tas) There is also a subtler anti-Jew-
..i :. even in the French press: that the Pope
- XII d r the internationalizing of the Holy
about P. ul VTs tenure thus far speaks against


Th real impact of the visit v/ill be < very different one. On
hard it will I"- a dramatic bid for unity with the Eastern
ench irees expect an actual meeting bel
, Patriarch Athenagoras, who ha- refused to come to
I R' me.
tant sensi is a daring ge tur ol
and therefore to the world Jewish com-
: the embitt< red Chn I the
tl .. the Israelis ar
formal dip,< matic r
an a moral and defacto recognition
be where thej are and of then right
more profound. The draft of Chap
of Jew- and Christians The
But how could there be a i
than a Pope* formal
to the shrines which
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Friday, Decembei 20. 1963
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Dedication Pngram Sunday
To Culminate Fulfillment
Of 18 Years of Planning
$Sltt
Continued from Page 1A
Greater Miami Jewish Fcdera
lion, will brini greeting*, along
with Wendell Jan ird, chairman
and director of the Florida De-
velopment Commission, and John
R. Rinc. president of the United
Fund Tic Home is i IK bene-
fil i.iry.
Iui> Bresler. vice president
of the Home, will report lor the
Nominating Committee Lee
Ruwiteh, chairman, "ill report
for the Thrift Shop Committee
Mrs Sarah Cossik, chairman of
the Hem Residei ts Co incil,
II bring greet all ol
; D
\ pi is a I
our Splerdid Humanity," by
Baron dc Hirsch Meyer, mcc
president and chairman of the
Building Campaign Committee,
and a presidential report by
Judge Cj pen, "The Home for !'.
ginning Again."
Guest speaker at the Sunday
afternoon dedication event win
be Sidi <> Speetor, assistant ad-
miniMrator, Housing lr the Eld-
erl) l S Housing and Home Fi-
nance Agency. Washington, D.C
Ft ature I at the edication
cereim nj prayi r ai d nbbon-
M Jack Ablin,
Mr and Mi 1.- ui- Bresler. Mr.
m di Hirsch Mej
c!. Judge Irvin i n and Dr
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Baroa de Hirsch Meyer, vice
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man of the Building Campaign
Committee, praiaed the generos-
ity of 105 members "i the com
munity anil the four women's
auxiliaric.- who contributed 1750,-
Ml. AMD MIS. lOUtS BKtiLEK
m. AN* M*S. SAM tOST
f *. AND MM. SAM KANN
ooo and made the expansion pos
siblc
Leading the race in giving
were Mr and Mrs. Loui> Bres-
ler. Mr and Mrs. Baron dc
Hirsch Meyer, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Charcowsky, Mr ami
Mrs. Sam Kahn. Mr and Mrs.
Sam Rost, and Mr. and Mrs
Walter L. Jacobs, whose gifts
ranged from 125,000 to MOO.OOO
Meyer this week singled
out the role Mrs Jack Ablin
played in pa-t campaigns, as
well as the present one. The
gifts dinner which sparked
the campaign oxer a year ago
was in tribute to Mrs. Ablin. who
insisted the dinner be at the
Home rather than a de luxe
hotel, "and its luccesi was in
no small measure due to this,
as well a- to the enthusiasm and
generosity of her friends." he
pointed out.
Also singled out for praise by
Meyer and Ju Ige Irving Cypen,
president, was "the greatly in-
spiring ** of the four woanan'i
.luxilianc- Tie Creator Miami
Auxiliary, led by Mrs Lawrence
Sihcinun. Mrs. Sol Silverman.
Mrs David 1'hillips and Mrs
Jack Ablin. the Hollvwood Auxil-
iary, l>> Mrs. Stanley Becker
man; the Junior Auxiliary, by
Mrs Barthold Strauss, and the
Miami Auxiliary, by Mrs. Gladys
Morgenstein Dinitz, have raised
over $100 000 since the campaign
began and are still selling rooms.
Other leaders in the building
fund drive were Mrs. Ablin. Sid-
nev Ansin. Col. Jacob M. Arvey.
Stanley M. Beckcrman. Louis
BresJer, Judge Cypen. David B.
Fleesnan, Stanley C. Meyers,
David Phillips and Jack Popick.
The building committee, chair-
ed by David Fleeman. and de-
votedly aided by staff, "did a
heroic job after encountering
unexpected and severe disloca-
tions including the necessity for
evacuating for almost nina
months 50 residents in the Ablin
Memorial unit."
in the planning and design of
the expansion, which is the cul-
Continued on Page 8-A
3-
Thre top leaders of the Jewish Home for the Meyer, vice president and building campaign
Aqed at the new lobby entrance. Left to riqht chairman. Dedication ceremonies at the 18th
are Louis Bresler. vice president, Judge Irv- annual meeting will be held this Sunday at
tag Cypen, president; and Baron de Hirsch 2:30 p.m.
Enlarged Home Boasts 216 Beds;
Biggest Geriatric Center in Southeast
In the 1050's and Gils, out-
standing community leaders have
come forward to pick up the
torch in behalf of the Jewish
Home for the Aged.
These philanthropists with
\i-.on are exemplified by Baron
de Hirsch Meyer and Louis Bres-
ler. With their devotion and
concern fir the aged and their
philanthropic generosity, they
have made it possible for the
Home to increase its capacity
from its previous 112 to L'lt>
beds today, and thus to become
the largest voluntary, non-profit
institution for the aged In the
Southeast.
But more important than size.
the Home has become a model
aad pioneer in its progressive
facilities, its program and
il| services tor the elderly who
seek admission because of the
urgent need for a sheltered or
protective environment.
In additon to doubling the bed
capacity of Douglas Gardens as
a whole, since the bed expan
sion is entirely within the Ablin
Memorial sector, it particularly
increases the bed capacity for
the sick and incapacitated aged
v.iio need intensive nursing care,
from 42 to 156 beds, an increase
of 271 percent. But perhaps
more significant is the great ac-
cent, the premeditated emphasis.
on privacj
Within the 156 beds in the
three-story intensive nursing
uic unit, beds in private rooms
have been increased from the
previous 1 to 48. a jjain of l.lOu
percent. Prior to the expansion,
the t iur beds in private rooms
were 9.5 percent of the 42 beds
in the one-Story Ablin Memorial
Now. the 48 beds in private
rooms in the three-story build-
ing are 31 percent of the 156
beds.
For the first time, the Home
has excellent space and tquip-
Continued on Page 9-A
Dr. Charles Beber. medical director at Douglas Gardens, takes
a medical history on one of the residents. The medical otaf:
is comprised of a variety of specialties, including psychiatry
orthopedics, physical medicine, eye and podiatry. Also pro
vided for residents of the Home are such rehabilitative serv-
ices as physical and occupational therap/.


Pace 8-A
* Jen-is f Flcridliiair
Friday, December 20. 1963
NATIONAL AND REGIONAL STATUS
Home for the Aged Here
Becoming Geriatric Center
For Professional Studies
Because of its national and
regional status, its progressive
philosophy and outstanding pro-
fessional staff and rehabilitative
services, the Jewish Home for
the Aged received a $500,000
grant from the U.S. Public Health
Service through the Hospital
Construction Department of the
Florida Development Commis-
sion.
Wendell Jarrard, director.
Florida Development Commis-
sion, Autha W. Forehand, man-
ager, Hospital Construction De-
partment, and Dr. Irving L. Al-
berts, Miami Beach, a member
H the Hospital Construction De-
partment'.s Advisorj council.
cooperated bj offering technical
guidance in relation to every
aspect ol the grant, Home of-
::ials eclared Wednesday.
The Home is row becoming
more and more of a training and
teaching center, they said. A
cooperative trail ing program
";th the graduate school ol Soc-
ial Welfare of Florida State Uni-
versity has been in operation for
more thai. -i\ years. In th:-
program, social work students
,i -:\ month interneship at
Douglas Gardens under the -up
ervision of a faculty member
who is in residence at the Home.
The Home has a cooperative
training program with the Dade
County Board of Public Instruc-
tion for practical nursing -tu-
dents. It is used by the Psychia-
tric Institute for geriatric orien-
tation of residents in psychiatry;
and preliminary discussions are
under way toward the develop
tnent of a cooperative research
program between the Institute
and the Home. For the past ten
years, the Home has had its vol-
unteer services rendered by
members of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women.
The Home is a beneficiary
agency of the United Fund and
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion. It \i a member of the Dade
Welfare Planning Council, a
charter member of the Florida
Association <>i Homes for the
Aging (non-prof it i and the Amer-
ican Association of Homes for
the Aging (non-profit). H is also
a member of the American Hos-
pital Association and the Nation-
al Association of Jewish Homes
lor the Aged
.J
Leading Miamians
Continued from Page 7-A
tion of the master architec-
ts ai plan develope by the
ter Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and the Home. Fleeman de-
clared that "the committee and
other leaders ol the Home were
continually motivated by the
MX. AMD MRS.
BARON d HIRSCH M.ttiX
DAVID Flft.MAN COL. JACOB ARVtY
the fundamental concept thai
senior citizens, like all other
human beings, need to live In
an environment which accords
them respect and dignity, an op-
portunity to be useful and crea-
tive, and the right to privacy
and comfort and beauty in their
living arrangement-"
Other members of the build-
ommittee were Blng Kossofl
and Sam Resnick. co-chairmen,
Leo Allen. Harry Altman, Stan-
lej M. Beckerman, Martin Fine.
Dr. Ceo Graham, Melvin L.
Green, M. J. Kopelowitz, Bar-
my B. Lee. Joel Meyer. Mrs.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Lee
Ruwitch and Judge Harold B.
et.
Fleeman and Jud
paid special tribute to Sam Res-
nick, "not only for hi- work as
i o chairman ol the Bu Idi
Committee, but al o I ca ise ol
the amazin lai scapin. job he
and Mrs Re nick ha\ e perform-
ed as a committi e of two As a
result of their work, Douglas
ens Is ki i ol the
beauty spots ol Greater Miami.
as well bj unique for the aged.""
the) said.
I. S. Loewenoerg, oi Loewen-
and Loewenoerg, Chicago,
the architect. Smith and
Korach, Miami, were the asso-
ciate architects, and Henry J.
\'i on the engineer. Howard
Klivans did the interior decorat-
nd Arkin Construction Co..
Miami Beach, was the general
contractor
Residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged from the Miami AcadMJJ dt ****, Culture
are -beautified" in the new. colorful Beauty provide thoir services gratis to residents oi lh
and Barber Shop at the Home. Beauticians Home weekly.
LUTHERAN'S BEQUEST ENCOURAGED MRS. COHEM
He Never Lived to ee the Home;
But Adam Reiss Sure Helped Build It
Mrs Isidor ("her,, founder
and first president Ol the Jew
ish Home tor the Aged ol Great
er Miami was inspired by a non-
Jew, a Lutheran, who bequeath
ed $10,000 in l'Mo to the fulfill-
ment of her pioneer dream
Hi- name was Adam Reiss,
who never lived to -ee the real
ization of his inspiration at s\\
12th Ave. But the Jewish Home
for the Aged received the
ooo bequest a year alter his
death, in iwi. and the dream
was well on the way to becoming
a reality.
Adam Reiss and his wife lie
buried on a hill overlooking the
countryside <>f Iowa City, where
a- young people thej -pent thair
youth together," explain Mr. and
Mrs. Harold P. Groven, his
cousins. They will be among
honored guests seated on the dais
curing dedication ceremonies
Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs Reiss specified
in their will that, outside of some
small bequests, their property
be left to the Catholic, Protes
and Jewish charities for the
aged. According to the Grovcns,
was born ol Herman im-
rants in l .. I tj ii
j rew p imi strong Prus
si.m traits and fundamental
Lutherani m,
;. ter, h< mo\ed to \ a< onda,
mhere he operated a
i rs and
afti r tha ton
i
ber
During World War I, when
German feelin as strong
throughout the country, "a sm ill
army of super-patriots w h o
fought in no armj and -pent their
time harrassing people by paint-
ing their homes yellow, and even
harming them physically, march
ed as a mob toward the Reiss
brothers' pharmacy."
Recall the Grovens: "A Jewish
merchant heard them coming
and, at greal danger to himself,
convinced Cousin Adam to hide
MRS. 'S.'DOR COHfN
in hi- store Adam never for-
got the kindi ess
it was not tn
Miami that '' -
boyhood five
years, until her death
ed on I n I
i.. oil Al i in r pa sii j. he
ted I da> for
twelve years Tl
I his
qm I toward tl
hoi
a
Whal II pel I R
ml his
i ihe richu
the Je >-' Hi n e foi
\ Gn vei sees il Hi fi II there
were | realer differei ces
AD..'A HllSS
gj n ai d a nationality
ions and ra-
il- felt II
Ij imp rtanl

a' I wi and ei inon .
|i

ii ligions bn
nd iintu 1 l
\ one oi the
rldisn
Hi- i pirai n
Mi I-.
the est
h Ho I :
:- thai
\ i. m
n thank a I
Hi hi Iped thi
.< hieve .. life of peace and
Ji
h insUtul
16 Board Members Will be Elected
Louis Bresler, chairman of the
h Home tor the Aged Nom-
inating Committee, announced
that a slate of 16 persons will be
presented for election lo the
181 h annual meeting this Sunday
afternoon at Douglas Gardens
Renominated for three year
terms are Mrs. Jack Ablin, Har-
ry Altman, Mrs. Stanley M.
Beckerman, David B. Fleeman.
Sam J. Heiman. Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, Mrs. David Phillips, Jack
Popick. Mrs. Marion Robbins.
Mrs. Sam Rost. Mrs. Lawrence
Silverman and Judge Harold B.
Spaet. Renominated for two and
one-year terms are Mrs. Barthold
Strauss and Julian Weinkle. New
nominees are Norman Arkin and
Abraham Hirsch.
Those remaining on the board
with unexpired terms are I.eo
Allen, Col. Jacob M. Arvey, Stan-
ley M. Beckerman, Mrs. Ruth
Berger, Louis Bresler, Mrs. Isi-
dor Cohen, Edward L. Cow en.
Judge Irving Cypen, Mrs.
Frances Entine, Martin Fine. Dr.
George Graham. Melvin L.
Green, Mrs. Trudy Hamer-
schlag. Mrs. Herman Jacobs,
Benjamin N. Kane, M. J. Kop-
elowitz. Irvin Korach.
Also Mrs. Bella Kozloff, Bar-
ney B. Lee. Dr. Irving Lehrman,
Mr- Louis Makovsky. Mrs. Bar
on de Hirsch Meyer. Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Mr-
Jack Morgenstern, David Phil-
lips. Joseph Post, Sam Resnick,
i.eo Rose Jr Lee Ruwitch, Mrs,
Sam Server, Mr-. Sol Silvennan.
Dr. Jess Spirer and Dr. Cells
Wohl.
In addition to Bresler, other
members of the Nominating
Committee are Mrs. Ruth Ber-
ger. m j. Kopelowitz. Joseph
Post and Dr Jess Spirer
Standing before the portrait of the late Jack Ablin in the new
obby at Douglas Gardens are (left to right) Mrs. lack Ablin.
leader of the Home and noted community worker; Baron ie
Hirsch Meyer and David Phillips, vice presidents.
J


F.:dav. December 20, 1963
Mewigf" f/cridrfcim
Page 9-A

The Day the Jewish Home
For the Aged Was Begun
What '* '< l"w "n lnc day
the Jewish Home for the Aged
Greater Miami was founded1
Minute* "1 'he meeting elo
(lii-nlK report i'ie event
"On the afternoon of January
>. 1910 Mr*, l-idor Cohen invited
i nup o! men and women lo
ii r home, and after all were
.--( mble ,,:1 about a friend of hers, a
hn-tian. who was \cr> ill He
iad called her to his bedside and
told her that after his death, he
ivould leave substantial sum ol
none) for the purpose of a Home
or ihe Jewish aged He also
told her he was leaving a lik-
. mount lor a Catholic and pro-
, -i.itit home for the aged.
Vfter listening to the inter
talk of Mrs Cohen, the
becanv very enthusiastic
rl< .-. ed to organize the
. Hebri tged Home. with
), ; ilia ing i l< i till .i- tempor-
cer Mrs Isidor ohen.
Mr- u illiam Clem,
Mi Josi | h M Fine,
I secretary; and Mrs
e I- ne, recording secretarj
ing the election, the
i : dues u ,i ilii ussed,
- decide to pa> 13.00
I: was also decided
i fore we drafted by la -
i me, it -ml l ha\ e
fore the Rab
the city, a- well as thi
roup, since the pro
homi ii .i vi rj large un
I require:) ihe lull
r c
r c
!*
cooperation of the entire com-
munity.
i lie fololwing were present
and pan! their dues: Mrs. Isidor
Cohen, Mrs, Sol Schwartz, Mrs
i. Ri mi jarten, Mr. S. Schwartz,
Mri i: Gordon, B. Cordon. Mrs
S Stone, Mrs William ilein,
Mrs j m pine, Mrs. m. Badanes,
Mr- M Felman and Mrs Isadora
Fine
It was decided that we start
immediately to get information
from outstanding aged homes,
so that we would have a definite
Idea a- to carrying on this work
Heretofore, several aged men
and women were taken care ol
i>> various individuals, welfare
and Chesel Shel Ernes.
\iw r the meeting was ad-
journed, a social hour was en
11) cd i>> ,iii the guests present
Hi -i i" tlull) submitted, i Mrs.
i lara Fine, lempora j exe
etary."
ll n" nil rn-ii io in
- \ ' ran end retired ph irmac it
i means Not o ilj
wall the friei
i.i merchant wha helped
\'. .mI l ii' .'. as also
ate ; by his repugnance for
'i the N.i/i -la,. Ji
', i : -
Sydnc: a m ib,
ii en, wa at
R< i-.. who dii d in
August Ml, his i
Assistant Housing Chief
To be fyiakif on Sunday
i. iker at the di
I iK'h annual
ol the Jewish Homi .it
i. as Gardi laj at-
n will be Sidne) Sp<
nl mimstrator, Housing
ii Elderly. Housing and
, Financi Vgencj W a
n D
Speetoi is a ) iung pol
ist iron the I'i r>ity ol
, .. been n..
ihi r.atw

! rt Wi
'
for thi I'mted S
l Com nil ^
P
M i
! tioi
Conferem and the I
I -Lite GOI
\.i lit retarj i
el Justices ol the
Supn me Courts, He was also di
ector of the noted Fed< ral State
Conferenc and direc
lot oi the Kii-t National G >
ernors' Conference on M
lealth,
Among Specto writings, he
- particular!) noted tor "The
States and Their Older Citi-
Officers and Auxiliary leaders of the Jewish
Home for the Aged are sea.ed (left to right)
Stanley M, Beckerman, treasurer and chair-
man of the Budget Committee; Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, vice president and building campaign
chairman; Judge Harold B. Spaet, honorary
president; Judge Irving Cypen. president;
David Phillips and Louis Eiesler, vice presi-
dents; Sam Resnick, financial secretary.
Standing Melt to right* are Mrs. Sol Silvermcn,
corresponding secretary, and honorary presi-
dent. Greater Miami Auxiliary; Mrs. Lawrence
Silverman, recording secretary, and president
of the Greater Miami Auxiliary; Mrs. Barthold
Strauss, president. Junior Auxiliary; Mrs. Jack
Morgenstern, president, Miami Auxiliary; Mrs.
David Phillips, Home and Auxiliary leader.
Mrs. Stanley Beckerman, president, Holly-
wood Auxiliary; and Mrs. Jack Ablin, Jewish
Home for the Aged and community leader. Not
shown are Mrs. Isidor Cohen, founder; Col.
Jacob M. Arvey and David B. Fleeman, vice
presidents.
JOINT PLANNING CROWNS SUCCESSFUL PROJECT
Federation President Greets Home
- id11 > Lei lurt, president ol
the Gi r Mi imi Jewish Fed-
i at ii ; tin- week i xpressed
oining Judge
,. ,v Cypen, | lent ol the
Jew Lsh I! me for Ihe Aged,
Maur 11 I'i l-t< in, executive
ud tne entire > ommun-
in Ab
hit Mi ;. ; ial l i Louis
; Bres i. Pa\ l n an I
\ .iinl ihe
Pol \ tie Hir Me)
i
II
fat ilit'.i em Ibli
nt plani
eil rl '
Home ind through
the i- il..... si rving in its role
.,, the entral ource tor the
irth and *'< Ifare needs of our
Gre iti r Miami J< wish commun-
i efcourt said,
., idents, ho will
i.i. I i il l>\ the I!
it.- highl) competi ifl and
io their families at I friends who
k i ihi > are ri i the fin-
, -i ire : i ssible, i'i c 22, the
i> oi dedication, will !" a
memorable occasion.
"We, ol Federatu n. can be
pn ud that our 11 >m I the
ai Douglas Gai lens is thi
largest facility i th< Southeast.
More -'i -' an be \ roud ol the
I. adersh p that h: made this
in autiful la< ility
com pi l< ni e its p
f| and "I Ihe di 'i the
vi iui io help i
day a bapp) i periei
The fruition i : plai
inauj nd Implemented by
! |i ratiati ai d one oi its benefit
iary agencies in the local com-
munity pee/vidi a mo lei ex-
ample oi whal can be accom-
plished sbrough mutual under-
standing and joinl planning and
programm
On I iccasi n il thi
i,! ater Miami Jew ish F
turn, salute Ihe l< ish Home fi
i: Aged hich Ii is brought Ii \
nity,
-i ii-i' ni purpose and beli
to those in iheir later 5 ears."
i
MR. /"NO MRS.
CHARLES CHMff.OV/SKr
EnkrcceJ Home
SiDNtY SFtClOR
\ :,, p iri to the Governors
, ,, ,. IS i "The \
.,, ] || \.. ... In the United
States: A National Problem,
:, \...i ni State M nt
.,1 Hospil ils, I960; nd "Pros-
pects (or Two Generations ol the
\ i Housirg Y i i.....
Continued 'rom Page 7-A
'
ii in -i
! .i train
icense
PI therapy la-
nd
ifl || >., added
. cond and third t!o >rs,
have in beds i ach, b it
two nursin station complexes
room, drug room
soiled utility
The entire three-story
building .- air-conditioi e : and
heated rhere are two passen-
eh v ators and one service
eli \ ator.
, h iom on the seeond
and thn I floor has piped-in
i H ,n. electricall) operated hi
lo bi ds Hi man-
ually i 1 No longer are
lenl i cannol
small dini 'g room
fed ii lion" in
hei e the;
. ii anj i l
tunit) '
,.- i result ol thi 122 new heel-
e patien chair ch equii
with a portable [ormica rei
v. riting-eating table, these
dents can be fed as part of a
social group on the sun porches
or in tii-' lounge-recreation-tele-
i ro ims spread throu
the floors. These new chairs
will now permit the small dm-
in : rooms to be use I almo I
rune for activities rather than
in-! for meals
..IS. AW3 MkS. SAM RiSNKK
105 Contributors Will be Enshrined on Pillar
ictly 106 persons, who have
contributed or bequeathed s.s.ooo
or more to the Home sinee 1940
vlMfl Adam Heiss bequeathed the
u.-t mft ol 110.000 to lound a
Jewish Home for the Aged IB
Miami, are to be uniquel) hon
red by the Home at Its dedica
ion ceremonies on Sunday at
Douglas Gardens.
Thrir names are permanently
placed on a travetine marble
pillar in the new lobby of the
Home. Future contributors WlU
also have their names bUCrUMO
on the pillar.
Above these names, which will
be in gold letters, will be the
following and appropriate quota
tion
Tun- can be gracious and
very beautiful. And those who
>re steeped m lime should
hav< ........-'" "' "v
ii Bnd material services from
,l,o-e who are yet to be old
ihemselves In '< rests
Splendid Humanity.
i addition to Mr and Mrs
Louis Bresler and Mr and Mrs.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, othei
outstanding leaders hi this Sptonj
did Humanity group are Ml. ana
Mrs Charles Charcewaky, Mr
.,,, Mrs. Sam Kann, Mr and
K Sam Kipnis, Mr. and Mr.
Sam Rosl and Mr and Mrs. Wal-
ter I.. Jacobs. It I- largely
through their effort that the fol-
lowing has been achieved:
Prior to the present expansion
of the M'l'ii Memorial, the Home
had a total of 112 beds. The
total number of bed- now In
Douglas Gardens is :!-'ii beds, a
gain ol 108 percent The present
expansion is wholly within the
Ablin unit for Intensive nursing
(are eases, and here the increase
was from 42 to 156 beds, a gain
of 271 percent Within the Ablin
unit prior to the present expan-
sion, only 4 out of 42 beds were
in private rooms, or 9.5 percent.
At present. 48 out of a total of
156 bo.is In the three stor) buil I-
ing are in 1 rivate rooms, or 43:;
percent, The increase from 1
boil- in private rooms to is is
a 1,100 percent gain.
in cooperative studi nl training
ims, the Jewish Home tor
the Iged I affilit; e I with the
Graduate School of Social Wel-
fare in ir. 11 In social work stu
dents, the Dade Board ol Public
Instruction In training practical
nursing students, the Psychiatric
Institute in orientation of psy-
chiatric residents in geriatrics.
It is likely that in 11*65 it will
provide internships for physical
therapy -tm'cnts at the Univer-
sity of Floiida in Gainesville.
MR. AH0 MRS. SAM KIPNIS
n-
e.l
in
or
<
fi
ol.
ti-
ll.
II
If
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MR. AND MRS. DAVID PHILLIPS


Page 10-A
+Jewisi>fk>ridRar
Friday, December 20. 1963
"THE HOME FOR BEGINNING AGAIN
C7Zc Jewish Jlomc for the ^4geJ of Cjrccttcr and
<^fts \AJomcn s ^Aritxiliarics
s^roraiallu invite LJoti to ^/^rttcuJ
9
ma
^Dedication x^^crcm
onies
ABLIN MEMORIAL EXPANSION
LOUIS AND HELENE BRESLER PAVILION AND ADMINISTRATION WING
BARON AND POLLY de HIRSCH MEYER PAVILION
Sunday, December 22, 1963 at 2:30 P.M.
DOUGLAS GARDENS, 151 N.E. 52nd STREET, MIAMI
(A Tent Seating 1,000 will provide shelter for all)
OFFICERS
President................................................................................Judge Irving Cypen
Founder.................................................................................Mrs. Isidor Cohen
Honorary President.............................................................Judge Harold B. Spaet
Vice Presidents....................................................................Col. Jacob M. Arvey
Louis Bresler
David B. Fleeman
Baron de Hirsch Meyer
David Phillips
Treasurer...............................................................................Stanley M. Beckerman
Financial Secretary............................................................Sam Resnick
Corresponding Secretary..................................................Mrs. Sol Silverman
Recording Secretary and
President, Greater Miami Auxiliary.........................Mrs. Lawrence Silverman
President, Hollywood Auxiliary.......................................Mrs. Stanley M. Beckerman
President, Junior Auxiliary.................................................Mrs. Barthold Strauss
President, Miami Auxiliary...............................................Mrs. Jack Morgenstern
Executive Director................................................................Maurice Pearlstein
Assistant Director................................................................Arthur Kalish
Architect Locwenberg & Locwenberg, Chicago
Associate Architects Smith & Korach. Miami Interior Decorator Howard Klivans
Engineer Henry J. Nelson General Contractor Arkin Construction Co.
THE HOME IS A BENEFICIARY AGENCY OF THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION AND THE UNITED FUND OF DADE COUNTY.
a member of the Welfare Planning Counci\ Florida Association of Hornet It is affiliated with the gradual; School of Social Welfare n| /
he Aging. American Association n) II met for the Aging American Unireniitv in training student! 111 social wor\ ai In the D
Hospital AMoruition and Manorial AMonation of Jewish Hornet for the Aged Public J : nu .,, Practical


Fridav. December 20, 1963
\* Auschwitz Trial Will Start
In Frankfurt This Month
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women and childrenmostly Jews
>,re put to death during the
I ho indictment covers 700
. and evidence from the 1.300
i vivois totals about 16.000 pages.
The prosecution plans to call 254
v itnessea from 13 European coun-
[srael, the United States
Australia.
The court will be made up of
Hebrew Acad.
Sabbath Here
r/hii weekend has been proclaim-
as Hebrew Academy Sabbath
in- Greater Miami Rabbinical
iscciation. A resolution was
>ted .it the last general meet
ic "-'< iation according
.:- presidi nl Rabbi Solomon
- ;lf
\ \ will
., t the stag" .m-
innei I i daj
i illc Ho
1
Ihor Herman Wouk ill
ii
v i..n Beach
..:.';.'! -I Jacob t'U.
i Rabbini) al tssoci ition res
: .id iabbis in dedicate
sermons on tins Sabbath to
Hebrew Academy and to
It \ il.il meaUgC <>l need for
inunitj kntereal and support to
..ii:- of your congregants."
participating rabbis anil
ipals who uill have itudenta
-- their congregations and
lake part m Hebrew Acnd
S bbath aii' Rabbis David
i d Kneseth Israel; Joseph
-k\. Beth Tnlah Tibor
m Beth Jai ob; Louis Rottman.
| I- .,.!. Norman Shapn I Beth
v..\ Lipschitz, Beth Torah:
v i: Abramowitt, Temple Men
Solomon s< in'" Beth El; Eu
( l abowitz, Ner Tamid '( nah
Adath Yesburun; Sherwin
Voung Israel of Greater
and l>a\id Shapiro and
toi MalavsJcy. ol Hollywood
: ar.,! three supplemen
liv ju |ges; and six regular and
four supplementary jurors, chief
Prosecutor Grossman is the bead
oi the political section of the
political section of the Frankturt
Prosecutor's Office He will be
assisted by three other district at-
torneys The victims will be rep-
resented by IS "pinaie accusers,"
clo-e relatives of Jews slaughter
ad AnMtn.it/ The defense law-
' i rs are either of their choice or
. ppointed by the government.
The most important defendants
are Robert Mulka and Karl
Hrscker, who were adjutants of
Rudolf Hoess, the first com-
mandant, and of Baer. Others
are the former camp dentist,
SS officer Willi Franl; Dr. Fram
Lucas, former camp physician;
Dr. Viktor Capesius; SS officer
Fr^ni Hcfmann, camp druggist;
Wilhelm Eoqer. aide to the chief
cf the political division; Oswald
K.idok, and Si male r.urse Josef
Kiehr. Hofnann has already
been sentenced to doath for ,iis
murders in the Dachau camp.
I
with mays i
ir.g. sell I mass
lures it .
ites to ings, medical experiments, injei
- and othi > rimes 'I he camp
establishi I In April, 1940 un-
der Hoess who was tried bj Pol-
ish authorities in the tirst Ausch-
witz trial m Warsaw on April i.
1947. and hanged at the camp.
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Friday. December 20, I9fc
Religious School Education Directors
To Hold Ninth Annual Convention Here
Religious school education direc-
tors of the leading Reform syna-
gogues in the United States and
Canada will meet on Miami Beach
beginning Dec. 24 in their ninth
in ui.l convention.
Based on the theme, "Reform
Jewish Education fcr the Family.
the National Association of Tem-
ple Educators will hear from na-
tioi al and local leaders on subjects
related to this year's topic. Dr.
Joseph R. Narot, of Temple Israel
of Greater Miami, will speak at
an evening session devoted to "Re-
form JudaismIts Challenges to
the Family and the Religious
School" on Dec. 24.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple
Beth Sholom, is scheduled for
an address on "The Relationship
of Modern Israel to Our Schoo's"
on Dec. 25, and the other eve-
ning session will be addressed
by Dr. Chaim Essrog, director
of the Commission of Adult Jew-
ish Education of the Union of
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions. Dr. Essrog will talk on
"The Primacy of Adult Jewish
Education" on Dec. 29.
An affiliate of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations.
the National Association of Temple
Educators has, since its formation
a decade ago. played a prominent
role in the development of edu-
cational administration and curric-
ulum. The keynote address, by
\ Alan A. Bennett. NATE president
1 of Temple Emanuel. Great Neck.
N'.Y.. w.ll concern itself with "The
Significance and Implications of
' Ihe NATE Curriculum Survey."
Also scheduled for the opening
session Tuesday evening. Dec. 24.
will be greetings Irom Louis
Schwartzman. executive director
of the Bureau of Jewish Education,
and Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, direc-
tor of the Southeast Region of the
UAHC.
Among the workshops scheduled
for the participants are subjects
relating to curriculum, involving
parents in religious school, teach-
ing Bible, audio-lingual, admin-
istration and teacher training.
On Friday morning, Dec. 27,
Rabbi Richard Hirsch, director
of the UAHC Religious Action
Center in Washington, D.C., will
ac'dress the conference on "the
Relevance of Jewish Tradition
for Contemporary Social Is-
sues," and the final work ses-
sion on Sunday morning, Dec.
W, will find Rabbi Alexander
Schindler, director of the Com-
mission on Jewish Education,
addressing the group on "Edu-
cating the Post-Confirm and."
Cantor Jacob G. Bornstein, edu-
cation director of Temple Israel,
is chairman of the convention,
with Herbert C. Bloom, Temple
Beth Sholom, co-chairman. The
convention delegates and their
families will participate in worship
services at Temple Israel on Fri-
day evening. Dec. 27, and at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom on SatuKh
I morning. Dec. 28.
Academy Scholarship Dinner Plans Will
Be Mapped at Meeting Here on Sunday

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Final plans for the 16th annual
scholarship dinner of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy will be
mapped at a 10:30 a.m. meeting
Sunday morning at the Hebrew
Academy. General Chairman Leon-
ard Rosen and Hebrew Academy
President Louis Merwitzer will
preside.
Tickets for Ihe SlOO-a-coaple
function, scheduled Jan. 5 at the
1 Deauville Hotel in honor of hotel-
man and philanthropist, Jacob
Cohen, continue lo mave "at a rate
pointing to our goal of 1,600 per-
sons,'" Rosen reported.
At a meeting at the Academy
Sunday, guest speakers included
two of the founders of the only
Hebrew day school in the South
offering complete elementary and
junior high school curricula.
They were Dr. David Andron,
past president of the Academy,
and Morris Morgenstern, of New
York, philanthropist who owns
the original George Washington
Utter tc the Turo Synagogue.

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ception here of Herman Wouk.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author, who
will be principal speaker at the
dinner.
They announced the appoint-
ment of the following civic and
religious leaders as dinner hosts:
Benjamin Apel, Jerome Bienen-
, feld, Adolf Blank, Dr. Louis A.
Bunim, Max Deaktcr. Louis De-
Coveny, Morris Dubler, Irving Fir-
tel, Henry Gewitz. Nat Glickman.
Morris Goldfarb, Joseph Gonshor.
Henry Groudan, Hyman Jablon,
Milton Kahn, Jacob Kaufman,
George Kimmel, Frieda Koch.
Harry Koretzky, Aaron S. Lauer.
Oscar Mamber. Henry Penchan-
sky. Jacob Rifkin, Julius Rosen-
stein, Sol Sandier, J. Jerry Schech-
ter, Sam Shapiro, Jack Stein and
Dr. .Matthew Zuckerman.
J, A. Cantor and Joseph Cohen
an associate chairmen, and Wolfie
Cohen i> honorary chairman ol
the dinner, always one ol the soc
ial highlights ol the South Florida
.icuish community.
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In tdd bu< lot Ing memory
ul urn dea\ l, beloi ed
husband and fathei
MORRIS HELDMAN
u'/tn ru^i'*! .iirj\ owe yea"
i i December 9th in Miami Beach,
Thiwe who will always cherish
his memory, hi- loving wife, Re*
hecca Heldn an: his daughter*,
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Louis E Goldman, ol Coral
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tary.
Ralph Kr eger, secre-
AGUDATh ISRAEL. 7S01 Cartvla w
Orthodox. R,bt,, E'v.'", ""
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ANSHE EMES. 2M3 SW 1th avt
Conmei.jtiv* Rabbi Abraham Sch-
BETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd M Con.
servative R.bo. Norman N. Shapiro
Cantor William W Lipaon.
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CANDLIUGHTING TIM
4 Teveth 5:14 p.m.
-** josf* i. moot
fhr /woWamraifafi
'1th eL. 500 SW 17th avt Orthodon.
Rabbi Solomon Schitf.
till
BETH UOSHE CONGREGATION
U6J0 W. D.ie Hoy. Conservative
Rabbi Simon Apm. Cantor H.man
F.ne.
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BETH ISRAEL HI 40th St Orthodox.
Rabbi H. Louts Rottman.
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SETH JACOB 301 .311 Washington
' Orthooox Rjbbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Vamchcs.

5ETH KODESH '1G' SW 12th avt
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro Cantor Fred Bermte n
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BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
BETH TFILAH, M5 Euclid avt. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joaeph E. Rackovsky
BETH TORAH. 164th t. and NE "th
ave Ccservative. Rabbi Max Lip.
ach.ti. Cantor Ben-Z'on Kirtchen.
baum
A v 1 ah An-
M i"..
n of Mr
R r Mlu
vah

B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW "3-d SI
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Joel Ltrntr.
Prid -- ...
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- Sal
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Habbi Leon Kromah.
Cantor David Conviaar.
"Two I' a-
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. J'.j> .\!i1i>
an TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38'
NE 167th St. Conservative Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben
Cross berg.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei.
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CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM.
Washington avt. Orthodox.
Abraham Strassfeld.
On Remembering Classical Judaism
By RABBI JOSEPH R. NAROT
'Temple Uraal of Greater Miami
I Tnp advaai of ChrtattMa bi
|'i. more into i-unfrontation
| -ha* ancient period when
irom the loins of
| .' a new rt ligion. That
n v.e .ill know, \va> to
.and people both
. m ar.d within lor Iwo-
years. Whether the
- | Utter] to or not. he
M to react to Christianity.
to \ulh>tantl
the suffert|l| imposed by the
h on our people. Sonie-
II was to justify to him-
ad his fellow Jews his own
loyi to Judaism Sometimes
,i- partienlariy now and in the
{ ited Estates-- it has been to
binir! new avenues of coopera-
an! understanding.
ratt< 1 write these paragraphs.
[W.<- world has been told that the
iMoadan Will
[Meet Saturday
V\t meting of Moadon. a He-
ir peaking cultural group, will
[- lace on Saturday. 8 p.m.. at
Ita-hington Federal, 1234 Wash-,
I \\c
ram will include films tak-
la b> Irvlasj Shalom, president, on
I trip to Israel. Zvi
Irerach will offer a discussion on
-. Vonn Agenda will also
1 ." eiecti a of officers.
rpaaJwr will be Dr. Ye-
I i ]:... r. major in the la-
ir.,- \r:n\ who during the past
I vai in the Israeli diplo-
|i rice m Poland, Argen-
|
July. Dr. Almagor has
Ife kI with the Israel
(el office m Miami Beach.
pic will be "Jewish Com
|> iti< in South America Di
iod ill follow the lee-
.. tOf Ilir-ii Adler will
communit) singing.
Catholic Church may now re-
verse it- 2,000-year-old teaching
bout Judsisra and the Jen II
the Ecumenical Council ultimate-
ly accept.- ihe new doctrine
v hich has li s e ii dJ
Smong the participant.-, it will
no longer blame the Jew- for
the death of Jesus, it will deny
anti-Semitism past and present,
and it will call for new attitudes
in the heart- of Catholics every-
a here.
Of course, we welcome this
>tep From our own point of
view, it is two millema late
But let us hope, in any case, that
the new doctrine will not only-
filter down, but be delivered to
every' parish and every priest,
that it lead to the revision of
every text book and to every
class room teaching, that, in
brief, it become the new attitude
of the individual Roman Cath-
olic. May it also lead to a re-
consideration if not revision of
-iinn- New Testament passages
which have perpetuated theolog
ically the feelings that have in-
cited to hate and often to per-
secution.
But what of our own faith''
Should this development in
Christian-Jewish relations have
any effect on us and our faith?
This is a question I am being
asked. Surely the effect can be
Rabbi Heard
|in Book Review
iM in a series of book reviews
lr Tempi- Mem rah Sisterhood
of the Brunch" Club was
I Wednesday noon.
following lunch, "The Kings
I by Joanne Greenberg.
fa- reviewed by Rabbi Mayer
|U>ramow itx.
hairmen were Mrs. Edward
aufer and Mrs. Harry Horowitz,
lerhood president is Mrs. Sam
'sky.________________________
TEMPLE ISRAEL
1*7 N. E. lvth St.
A Rtform Congrtgation
Dr. Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi
Jacob G Bornttein, Canter
Services Friday, till PM.
-A TRIBUTE TO
>ABBA HILLEL SILVER
ANO HERBERT LEHMAN"
oneto strengthen ui
our historic conviction and be-
.. : The basically rational.
mentally this-wordly, and
> ethically oriented religion
)\,t :- Judaism mu-' go on as
it ha> always been Chanuka
Aas never meant lo be a "Jew-
ish Christmas.' as -nine Jews
Christians mistakenly sug-
gi -i But there i- i significance
in the contrast between the two
holidays th-i should not bi
to us.
The miracle of faith in the
Christian religion is faith in an
event hevond man. The miracle
of faith in Judaism is laith in
the God-given will and purpose
in man. The first emphasize-
salvation through faith primar
ily. The second stresses salva-
tion through deeds. The former
empha-izes that salvation is the
entry of the soul, after death of
the gody into paradise The lat-
ter asserts that salvation must
be. in the word* of Leo Baeck.
"the redemption of the world
from evil through justice."
Let the brotherhood come. We
-hall share in it and contribute
'ii it Let the goodwill increase.
We will do what we can for its
-ake Bui let US not forget the
ilas-ic foundation of Judaism
for it still is "our life and the
length of ijur days."
PLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 5'st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros
enteld. Cantor George Golbperg.
; m S. nil n T1
Baa
of ii
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FT. LALDERDALE EMANL'-EL. '801
E. Andrews ave Reform. Rabb
Richard M. Ltviton.
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St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmar>ah
T Swirtky Cantor Louis Cohen.
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Orthodox. Rabbi David Lenrfieid.
Cantrr Abraham Seif.
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VINYON AIRES CONGREGATION
3737 Bird Rd Vcdern Traditional.
TEMPLE EM/NU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman Cantor Hirsn Adler.
Rabb.
Mltsval :-.'. Mm
i" Samuel ''
i .in-.
OHEV SHALOV 9'- Nc-mandy dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Pruneis Weber.
man.
SOUTHWEST CENTER 64^3 SW *th
St Conservative. Rabbi Zevi G-een.
wild

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TEVPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025
NE '83rd st Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Maurice Neu.
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
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. ii ili. i*uurthonM WaU"
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY
WOOD. 1341 S. 14 ava. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Friday S:13 p.aa. Bermoa: "larai
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TEMPLE BETH SHIBAH. 7500 SW
120 thSt. Reconstruction^. Rabbi
Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Sterner.
. | nVi Mld-vVin-
- I am l'-ir \!
\ii.i-. M>n of Mr. and Mr* Jai k Ki---
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jaccb Bornstem.
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TEMPLE JLDEA. 320 Palermo ava.
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecal
Po S n Whai
-: Mrs
.. n. th. Ami I
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th at
Conservative Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owiti. Cantor Edward Klein.
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Taturr. Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovita.
Cantor San' H. Breeh.
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative.
8"5* SW '6th St Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Gerhon Levin.
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sxn
Mrs \ \ "
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
?-n NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab-
bi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet
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tlr* s \ w h I'Ttanat. .1 the Woi Id.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. t51
Fiammpo Way. Conservative. Rabtl
Hyman Gross.
- : irdaj 9 a ni Bar
sun ol Mi .-n I
Mr>. S Ii r.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ava.
Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben
Dickson.
'..". s. man "1 Am M)
s -. in daj I (5 in.
s, im,in. I'h, ns I Jacob."
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax.
man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick. Canto' Alb*rt Glanta.
y- nlrt^ S mon "Vial
iih .iiils will
urtk-lpatc In tl....... ai d boat
. Shabltai Saturdaj : a.m.
n: Portion of ;li>- Wee*."
----- a -----
YOUNG ISRALw. m-0 NE 171 at.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
lay a Saa>
Phi Si.gi f JeruaaU
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Klewisti nurkfian
Friday. December 2C. 1963
Parents' Guide to Children for Holiday Season
Rabbinical yC?sociation of Great- in conflict with his freedom of mas gifts to our Christian friends,
er Miami this week issued "A Guide conscience. Our early American However, it is not appropriate to
for Jewish Families Regarding forebears came to these shores prescnt Christmas gifts to Jews.
Christmas.- The Guide was is- precisely for the opportunity to
sued by Rabbi Solomon Schiff. worship God according to the dic-
president. on behalf of the Associ- tates of their hearts,
ation. who explained that 'the
Guide is in response to many in- What about th. Christmas tr*?
quirics by countless Jewish fam- The Christmas tree is distinc-
llies in the community."
reefing them not to partici-
pate?
children most if they 1' accept
diversity in the ranks#of Jewry .-
;i normal condition in the Amer
ican environment: (2i know ao
understand the thinking of respolr
sible Jewish leadership and recog
nize that most parents are anxiou-
Should Jewish children partici-
pate in Christmas plays in
public schools?
Js>o. The classroom is one among to follow it: and (3) assure Jlgr
' i .k children that despite the paitici
many places which reveal the __i.s. -ktwJI
existence of differences.
ther our children's personal
till' Hin**ivi *** ---------- ....
pation of some Jewish children
We fur- |(>wjsh |eaders have taken a Strafe
our children s personal p0:;itjon for non-participation in
growth and maturity by teaching observances of a holiday not their
No Christmas plays generally them that they can respect the ^ and tha, this |, also their
..r V.....O.....O mv .o v........^ i .faith of their neighbor without cm- i(i .
llies in the community. tively a Christmas symbol. Since i portray religious ihemes which hracjn (nat faith yVe can clearly '
Among questions the Guide an- Christmas is for Christians, the have no place in a public school. mgrk \hcsc differences bv such
swers are the following: Christmas tree is appropriate for j On the other hand, some schoo,s sjmnie statements as'This is what
Isn't Christmas a national holi- Christians only. The Christmas hold a so-called 'Winter Festival"
day which all Jows can ob- tree has no place in the Jewish
in which an attempt is made to
serve in good conscience? home, nor should any Jewish child avoid all religious connotations.
Banks and government agencies be compelled to participate in ob- But it is exceedingly difficult to
do close, but above all things servances involving C h r i t m a s draw the distinction. If the par-
Christmas is a major Christian trees. ; ent feels that the performance is
simple statements as "This is what
I we do" and 'This is what we do
not do."
holy day which celebrates the
birth ol Jesus, the Christian Mes-
siah. To suggest to our Christian
friends that Christmas is anything
else would be presumptuous.
Christmas is not In the same cate-
. rj as Thanksgiving Day. Fourth
free of all religious overtones.
Should Jewish children partici- children may certainly participate,
pate in Christmas parties in
What about other Jewish chi1-
dren who participate in Christ-
mas observances in the public
school?
There are now. as there always
Should Chanuka be celebrated In
the public schools?
No. To do so violates the Coi-
-litution. uses the taxpayer's mon-
ey for sectarian purposes and
jeopardizes the principle of the
separation of church and liatt,
without which there can he no r>
ligious freedom
Should Jewish children sing have been, parents who do not ac
_. a. ft __1____ :_ ,.l* ^nrnnni'lllll
Christmas rarols?
the public schools?
Christmas parties have no place,
in the public schools. Parents No. Carols, being religious
should request that their children I hvmns. do not belong in the public ," ,.1,:i,i_,, ... narlirinate i
Decoration Day or any ^ participating in scho(), Jewish children should not :,,,"'
American holiday. Since we |)(1 ,.,,, Bi whicn Chris, > > ';" | Jon
lo not regard Jesus as savior, we cmb0(|y ., lheolog* they do no( '
Is it approoriate to give gifts accept.
to Christian friends?
it is appropriate to give Christ-
can not in good conscience observe
ristmas To do so is to violate
our religious principles.
*
Do we harm our children by di-
Would not the entire problem be
solved in tne public school by
joint Christmas and Chanuka
celebrations? fa
No. It i- a t diction of th
stitution t" observe sn> -ictarian
bolide) in the public school, he it
ioinl observance or oth r vise W
do not correct an error bj corn-
Jewish parents will help their pounding the error.___________
ccpt the viewpoint of responsible
Jewish leadership. The) I" <>' eed
on their own when they permit
fuses tin' children 11 p irenta who
do follow the thoughtful recom
mendations ol Jewish leadership.
How Do Christian Clergymen
and the Responsible Christian
Laiety Regard the Problem?
Responsible Christian leaders be-
moan the perversion of the Christ-
mas season and are trying to do
something about it. Christian
clergymen and laymen constantly
speak out against the commercial-
ization of the Christmas celebra-
tion. It is a religious holiday, and
:ld be regarded as such.
Would it not be the better part
of discretion to "go along"
with our Christian neighbors,
even if it means observing
Christmas?
No matter involving violations
of strong religious convictions can
be regarded ..- trivial or minor.
The true spirit of Americanism
compel anyone to act
Emaim-EI Plans
Caribbean Cruise
Temple Emanu F.l of Miami
Beach, and its affiliated groups
planning a one-week cruise
Jan. 11 to 18. on the Zim liner,
SS Ji rusalem Stops will be made
Ban Juan and St. Thomas where
erchandise may be purchased.
up to 1
A percentage of the value of all
tickets purchased will go to the
ple'i redecorating project.
Reservations for the trip, which
I>:\ and Mrs. Irving Lehrman will
join, may be made at Zim Lines,
407 Lincoln Rd.. or any travel
ent.
Participating groups of the
Temple include Sisterhood, Mrs.
Alexander Kogan. president; PTA.
Mrs. Robert Frank, president;
Brotherhood, Michael Sossin. pres-
ident.
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Soft Whiskey, plain. Soft Whiskey, fancy.
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Forfriends, you may prefer something
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decanter doesn't cost you any extra.
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_ Air C^tia~. ** "" "-""_


December 20. 1963
+ bi*tFkrHi^r
Page 15-A
[legal NOTICi
IrouNTV JUDGE'S COURT
Lo FOR DADE COUNTY,
rR'A 3RbBATF-
r no 6'36- a
I
[y\ ftVIJKlB
,'tice to CREDITORS
,i \h Persons Ha> i
mda Again*! Said
k > i
notified ii n. i !
. lalma and dc
,, hHvi agn net
| m man WYIAX1E d.
I. i ,i, County, Florida.
t ill I'.i.i. Coun-
..;. Kiortdn
i ft., on In Hi- Coun-
..,,!.. .'...inly, hlor-
r months fr..ni
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C RCU'T COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
, FOR DAOE COUNTY,
Ir'OA IN CHANCERY.
CASE NO *3CtS2
IS\ !.' !'"/
I
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ricE Or PUBLICATION
kwXim 11 I / IXI..V DP
iCARi 'ED RE-
i: \
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ret to
. with lh.
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111, I'l". I .
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I i,i will I., i.r... I,
I ihls 3rd da) ol
I
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cull '"in I
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i' v i-i .PBLANTJ
lh-put> i'! rk
II .. I i
NOTICE UNDER
CT TiOUS NAME LAW
- II It KM HIVKN thai
C t : :> iir.'Ki' I'
r iltlomi i,.
i IT. \lt ill 12 iS X.E Mh
Miami I! nil-mi In
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It ce by publication
If RCU T COURT OP THE
,l.DICIAL CIRCUIT OF
OA IN A'.O FOR DADE
)LNTV IN CHANCERY.
\o 63C 12773
I i. i > i:
I \
menu
LEGAL NOTICE
BY HENRY LEONARD
'ror a sick society .
two tablels!"
Ccp?. 1*63. Di.-u PisdvclixM
take
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICB IX HEREBY fllVEN lhal
iIn- undersigned, desiring To engage In
business under ill- I'l-titlniis nam- of
tioi.DBX I.HI-: billiards hi 11021
IN W, KWTWl ,' Snaifft. Kin -I '
I". register said llillu- Will) 111- l'i-lk
.I iii- I'n..hi i'..mi of ii.ni- County,
.1..
imjmixic a. DeSTBFANO
S..I- I IM in i
S I'liilji. Mnlspels
Attoriti i.....w in r
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61515-A
IS RE: Estate ol
1,1 NA l.hiV'lX,
I i.i -as-d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn \n Credit.>i and All Persons Hat -
I Ina Claims "i Demand* Against Said
i "-hi.
Vmi lire hei >hy nol I fled, and n -
iiulred lo present an) rlalmi and de-
iii. it.i- which ...i inn) nave aaaiusi
Hi- -i..ii id LENA LEVIN deceased
In 1- ( 1 a.1. Co int). Klorlda, to the
c.unt) Judges <-i I'.ni- County, ami
id., in- same in iluplii iti and as pro-
I ,11 s-i I Ion 7::'.. 18, Klol Ida Klat -
. ,11 ii,. 1, ..in .- ,,, Hi. 1 'ounl)
1 'otirthnuse in I ia.I- County, Klorlda.
within -is calendar months from Ihe
time ..I the first publication hereof,
i.r i 11 will bi burr, d.
Dated al .Miami. Klorlda, thin 3th
I... ul Dei ember, A 11.
SAMIKI. K VTZ
A- Em ii..1
Elral iiubllcal Ion "i tl.i- I Ii on
the 13th daj of 1 ii embi
SMITH A M \.\IU.Iii:
(Hal r> II. Smith I
Attorne) foi i:-i.ii- ol I., nn I.. In
|n7 1.in-..In ltd., Miami lleai Ii. I-1 ,
12 I.1-SO-27, I -.
I
] SLIT FOR DIVORCE
I 1 J \ i : -
}. I Minx.
... ....
filed il iln.....
.1 .. serve
1 I "lea I In
..11 iii.
/.., ... 10S III m
I 1 II
1 pi. idlrnt In Ihe
If l> .a Hi. I"lrr ill
1. fore Hi- :'.-th dun I
If you fall Ui da -
ill w ill hi taken
||el .!-','.. ill .1
I P nn
D Khali I- |>ubll*hed ntu
foul ..ii-. 'III' w .. -
WISH 1 I.1:11-\\
VXD HKDKltFD ai Ml
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|ri 7. \i \r
ItulUI
I rblii
Plaintiff
1 12 1 p ''
jtice by publication
:NTH JUDICIAL circuit of
>RIDA IN AND FOR DADE
JUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. *3C 12763
v.xx i.ai-iti:.

\ -
Us \\ 11,|JAM IJVt'BBR,
> .nt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Hum vs wii.i.iam i..\rm:i:
-idi n. I'nknow n
TilliMAH wii.i.iam NACBKR,
.' notified thai a BIN of
ml for Divorce liai- I.11 Cili'd
ii. ami you are required! to
|i> nf youi Anawer or I'leiid-
the Hill ..f i'..,ii|.|.,ini nn the
|u attorney, STuNi: AND
' W l'lai:l.l SI Miami.
11.1 ril,. ihe orkflnal An.-w-i
dltiH in the office Ihe Clerk
t'i'iuii Court im or bafora the
I lamiai \ lrnll. If \ oil fall
dcmanl b) dofaull will b*
aRalnel v 1.n for the relli 1 d
I in 1I1- I'.ill ..f Complaint
notice shall be publlahi "in
i,.,, ... xH'Utlvi ekf
K .11:\vi>-|i 11.1 iKIl 'I v N
IE \ \ 1. 1 >KI 1:1:1:1 1 Miami,
|- -ii day of Novi
...
II I.EATHERM W. rii rk.
pit 1 rl Dadi fount). V 01 Ida
II) 1 i- COPI I.AND,
1 >eput> 1 ii rk
H UITTRI.
1 W I" i| Ii 1 Si
t '
.iniiii
I I _':
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 12703
. w:. I.TX I.KE 1.1 ITS.
ntlff.
X s
ill Vltl.KH II: \N'I- lU'TTS,
I 11.1 hi
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
r. i'il m:i.i:s ii: V.NTIH III T 1 s
in Eael Phi -Him 1*1
I.o. kpni i. N-w Y"i k
V..11 ..i. hen i" nol Ifled that i i
plaint for IHvorci I fled
\ ..11. all.I I -'I I I 'I
s.n. ., i ..|.i .a > "iii Vnawi r oi ii. ...i
in- I- iii. Complaint -n the iitainuff'a I
Vttornev, i:li:\i:i"l' Unl'll. KWQ.,
I3 |.m ..in Koad, M mil Beai h, FWl -
Ida and .-riK i mi I Mi-" i or
I- .,,!,,,: ,,. "I" III- i'l. rk of
ill- i'ii nil i "in "ii or before the
-nib .I.i \ ..f I i. mli-i IMS If "'I
. do -". Jiiflamonl hj di raull will
be i ik. n .,l.,iii-- i foi Hi- relief do-
, a ii, ihi Rill ol Complaint.
Thin notice shall he published once
..,. h .... ii-..........
in TIM: JKV ISII I 1.1 >RJPI \n
|NXR VXD I'RI 'i:i:i:i' at Miami.
I-,., Ida id da > ol Xovi mbei.
V.fi
] I i.r VTHKRM VN Pli ii
I kiili
by: I. SXEEDE.X,
I -. i
RPRXK1 T '..'.il
I.-- I. i>. Ii.
Mi.in i ii
......
II -J"

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\.. rn i: is HEREIlV 'H\ En iii it
Ihe -in.I-i-ikii.-i. riealrlna '.....Itaaa
, | mil I I"- II' lltlOUK all
... ii id ..mi: KIMIl vi.I. .1 Ii a MM"
l:\l.l-s SIHKTIN! IHKIDM al
>, y v i m nil i Pin Intend
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. iTICK is HEREHV tJIVE.N lhal
Hi- undersigned, desiring t<> enaaKe i"
business under Ihe fictitious nun- nf
COREY Nli'KKI.S ul S-'iO S.SV. L-inl
Aw., Miami, l-'ia Intend lo realstei
aid name with the Clerk of thi Plr-
cull '.nut "f Dade County, Klorlda.
HE" >R(1E Klli H i:v
sole "w in r
IS I, i:. 10, ::
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 63CI2S46
siM.M v l- win.I r.
Plaintiff
' s
HEUHKRT A VV< -I.I r
I i-f-nilaiii
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HERBERT A WOLFE
, ,. ||. rl.. i \ Wolfe Mi lal Po
Pool "i Krankfurat \' i n
I'.iirliel.l
I'.alrim...... Maiv and
>' .i. hi b) noi ul. 'i lhal '.....-
plalnl f"i l in has i- i n fill .1
again*) ) -" > nd ^ ou ai required lo
s..i\e a ...I', "i your Answer or
na- i., the Complaint on
the llalntlffs attorm y. I S vi.d
s ItttSK, i'""i s W. Third Ave-
nue, Miami Klorlda, and file
Vnswel in I'll ."Im- hi tne
,.( Hi. Clerk of ill- in. ill
i '..in i on or before I he Il du) "I
j inuai j. i:"'i If ) "ii fail in .i" .-.
ludgn in b) .lef.ii'li ill lie taken
igami \..ii for ill" relief demanded
in the Complaint.
DONE AM' ORDERED Hi Miami,
I |i i Ida Ih .-'Hi da] < Now mber,
A D. IM3
I H LEATHERMAN, i
." ai i. l lade County, F1 rta
it i '..ill I s-al .
K II i.WUAY.
i.....i' i iei k
II .;. ":. SO. 27
salil nam- with Ho- Clerk
il,.. i.i, nn Court "i I '-"i- :""
Kiorlda.
JKROME KIMIixl.l.
K. .si KIMIl ALL
K nil.all s S". : Him I.....I-
"W ll.l S
i ii-ju ::. i -

h
NOTICE UNOER
FICT, TIOUS NAME LAW
\,i i.i: is' HKRKIIV Ul\ EN
i h. uian i >lani I, desiring i" -
in l.i.-iii-s- uii.li i ihe fictitious
,., PARK ADVERTISING al
\ w |llrd PI
|i |, i,.i- to reg
i-., i. oi the
thai
Igage
II.,111.
.Hili
Hill lea h liaril-ll-. I-la .
-i-r s ,i.l naiin w irli the
Cll'CUll Court "i I'a.le
Counts. Kit a Ida.
l BALARAX
Hole I 'w n-i
VVALTMAN. CnHKN K IUHIKRT8
i,io. iaiportl Plaia Bti t
Miami, Ha M .,
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA .
Til \l I I" WlroM THESE CKI-s-
x-r> KHALI, COME..;;>:c.i:tivis:
win I-.-. i:i.i/.ai;i:th M i.""i
1 r LAl'iURIaALK. EI,t> {*!*
rRANVKH W MlUUtt, e'T l.All'KK-
.vi V IImUII'V DONNA I 8TO-
Sutf-PT. |!aPDERDALE, KLORU.A
did on tin- ISih day of i....--i.'i"
in.:i, cause to l~* Incorpomi
ih- laws of
WELLBORN
INC., a <"r|"
I loll
iwing the
A I'
under
the Stole of Florida
\i:ms APARTMENTS,
iratlon, with Ita i'un-
ilale "t bllsin--s Bt MIAMI
ru'll DADE COl'NTY. i" hj
State Of Ho.1.1... anil wl.-l-as Ml. I
;.VrV.. at I-., did .... the Nth "'> ->
Vove.nher \ D. INS, cause to be llled
n, J. ffV.e ..f ii- Weeretaryol Mat.
..I Ih- s.a.....f 1"' .1.. .1........ "-
iur\ a.ii.......- requlrad
,;'; Klorida Statutes.
diss.....lion '' "' '"'l-i a'I'
N,,w. therefore, the s- '
stai. does In ieb) -"
going and that he >-
ii.ii.lr.'iiii in- "f 1"
""".""vvVtNESS WHEREOF.! Ii.iv-
hereunto -' > "nd ,""', "'.'.V
,mv-,i iii- "-" -v':' ','r ""'
Stat. "' I kflda. al Tallahassee
,l. Capital, nn
iir'i'ii da) "i
TOM VDAMS.
I.:
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUN-
TY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61337A
In III: Estate of
JOSEPH CATLER
I..-.-...--.I
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pi ia
Havlna Clalma or Deraanda Against
Bald Estate:
v..ii are hereto) .....ni-l and re-
iiulred t" i>i. --in any clalma un.l
.1- which you may have against
ih. i.......t JOSEPH CATLER. de-
ceased lai- "I Dad- i'"iint>. Klorlda,
ii. ii... Count) Judges of Dad- Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate
and aa provided In Section
Klorlda Statutes, In their offices In
the Ciiiitv Courthouse Ii. Dade Coun-
ty, Pint Ida. within lx calendai
mouths from the till.....f lli- 'list
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dai-.i al Miami. Florida, this Srd
da) of D" mber, A l>. IMS.
il'N'K CATLEU
MILTON CATLER
As Bxecutors
l'ir-1 publication of tills lloti.e on
ii.. '-.ih day oi De.-inii-i. iftf.t.
SIMnN, IIAVS a ClRPNDWERtl
Attorneya for Co-Bxaoutora
ail Vlnsle) Hullding
1] 13, N. 81
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THF.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADF.
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 13221
M ilt.M v\ SCHWAR/.,
r ...nn- l.
\.-.
MARILYN v KCHWARZ,
I ii-iulant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti \l VRILYN A si llw \i:/.
..' \\ -i Fo nil. s'tr.. t
\-w V... k 1 I. New Voi I.
You MARILYN A. SCHWARZ, a
li-i.li\ notified that a Bill "I Coin-
plain I foi I ii'. ...- has I..-, n filed
against you, and you ur* required i-
- rve a cop) of youi Answer or Pli ad-
ln^ I- ih. Kill ..f Complaint on the
I-, ,1,tin s itti.i lie) I'Al'l. KWIT-
SET, i:>'.' i-'" I-ii- "In Road, Miami
. li.acll :'i. 1-lori.l.i an.I I.!- Ih- original
\i -w. i ... I'h a.i.nu in tin ofl > "i
Hi- Clerk -I ih- '.i hi ..... n oi
bi run I hi 13th 'lax "I .lannal '. l:"-.l.
Ii ... i :., ,i ;.. do .... hi Igmvnl b) de-
nt ill be lak. ii ug.i ii-i ou i..i
Ih. rellel uein inded In ihe III
i .-mi.I.,int
This notlci shall be pul.Ushed once
:. w I, nn i.......i..... urn weeks
.a THE i EM Isll FlAH'.IDlAN.
IMlXK iNli Utl m-.i.i D ul
Klol i.i... da | "i D..
\ i
-. fllEICM VX Clerk,
"U.'l. I >.oi- 'ollllt) I*'
II) I. SXEEDI.N,
Deput) i'
I'M I. K VV1TNE1 r-1.'
120 I. n. "In Roa I
Mtam Ri Ri h K. Flor da
Attorne) for I'l ilntlff
-.-n-:':. I ::
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUN-
TY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57471-B
In RE Eatate "i
VRTHPH I. MICKLER, SR
11., us. .1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR D STRIBUTION
AND FNAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- hereby given lhal I
have filed Final Report and Pi
for Distribution and Final Discharge
as .v.in.....stratrlg of the eslnte of
VUTHI'R I- MICKLER. Si: de. .-
,..l: ..ml thai on Ihe lth da) ol Jan-
lollol-
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
* h n ii *#. thrSdiar
solicits your legal notices.
W appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rales .
Dial FR 3-4605
for messenger serrice
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 63 C 13460
SEH VST1 ANl I.MI'KI.I.I'S. .
Plaintiff,
VINCEN2A IMPELU'SO,
11. fend i ii'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tl Vim Qa llnpelluso
I Of, 7 Vincent Av. nue
. Bronx. New v-.k. X V
Yi.ii are hei. h) notified thai i......i-
i.laint for Mi...... ha* been flie.l
ai4.uii-i vou, ani >"ii are required m
serve a cop> ol your Answer "
Heading '" Hi- Pomplatnt foi Dlvi
...i the plalntifl attorneys, I'allanoti
Waller & Litman, i-'1 Lincoln Road.
Miami Bl a. h. Florid l, ami file th'<
origlnul Answer oi I'leadlng In th"
.. ,.f the Clerk ol Ihe Circu
Court on or before the 2Wh da) i I
i.....arv, r.'"i. If you fail f do *
b) default i'l be taki
.,ii r..r the rellel demandi
nplainl i"i I Hvgn-i
..Nil 'Rl IRREI' ii Ml-ii"
|6tli da) "I I '- -m'"
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Tnllnnoff, Wul
At torn. \ i" i'i
I:.. I .Ineoln Ii nol
Miami lieu. It. Hi
I.EATHERMAN. Clerk.
nt. i ia.I. 'ounty, I- lorldu
II) : I,. SXEEDEX,
I leput) PI. rk
i K I.II
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i: ii
..... .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XtVTlCK IS HEREIlV HIVBN thai
ih, undendgne.1, dealt Ing to ngage Ii
liusiness under tie fictitious name -
WEST COAST-EAST SCRF SHOP al
137 Fifth SI., Miami 11. ... Ii. I la.. .:
tend i" register said nam- with th.
Clerk "i ih. Ch. ull '.....i ol I "'
'..nni \, l-i- a Ida
UENE ESPHENHRENXER
Kll-IIARD KICHTM VX
ri iM IIRAI 'V
l "\. m r-
U o.7, :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREIlV tSIVEN II
Ihe mid. i .-.-ii. d, ih I Ing lo Ilgag.
in business und. r Ihe fl nun
,,i p ,v II I I'.'l I DAT! "IIS ai 5711
Kn.l H.....I. In the l of South il
,,,,, r nt. ml t i. gisiei the
salil nam- u iih the ierk ol lb '
, nn pom i "i I 'a,!- Count), I i"1 Ida
l .ated nl Miami It. ach, Kl>i Ida, this
;nd dar of I........
MITCHELL i'i t i r.i:
EDWARD Hi illHINS
C.El iRHE -I. T.VLlANi 'i I
Atioi ney for A|plh*anl
i.'.. i.im.'..in ItoaJ
Mian.. 15ea.ll, l-'la.
IS i l-jn.7, i
,-lal ol
i 111- II--
-aiisii.il that Ihe
.. |ga ha) bi "
Ihe T BN
N, ,\ r.Mi'.r.i: A.D
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERT HIVEN lhat
Ihe undersigned desh-lnf to engage
in ini-iii..-- under the fictitious name
t JACK H misiikiv. dds. al
Huntingtou Medical BMg., Miami,
l-'la intends 1" l.ni-L I" said name
with the ci.rk of the Circuit Court of
Da.I- COUMy. Klol ida
JACK II -MINIIKIX. P.A.
sole owner
BYRI IN 1. SPARHEI1
iii.ii ney for oanet
rjft Lincoln Koad.
Miami IV. h, l-'l.i
12 .;. 18, So. '.'7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY tilVEN
the undersigned, desiring '" engage l"
business under Ihe fictitious mum ol
VMEHICAN TRIM SHOP al
\\\\ :n.i \\..., Miami, l"i"i da, In-
ti mi- to reglstei said n inte lth the
, I, of ih- in nil Coui t ol I lllda
Florida
i:i .-sri.i. H KA1X
11 :'
uarv, l!*l, will apply i" th.
able i'iiihid Judgea of D...I. County,
Florida, for approval of said
Report and for distribution and llnal
discharge as Adminlstrntlx f the
eatate -f the above-nai.....I decedent.
This 29th da) oi November,
isi ROSE MICKLER
p..i William V i'aii--oii
El.IAS Sf>REN, Attorney
_: vv, Flaglet si Suite lu
, Miami. Florida
U1 ii. l".. .'". '-'7
NOTICE~"BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 12704
AI.W DATID W ELK Ell.
Plaintiff,
\ s.
IRENE WEI.KER,
i Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I TO: IRENE WEIJvER
l.:n4 Niagara Falls, New v.-rk
Y.-i are hereb) notified that a Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
ai.-aii.-i \...i. ami you are required to
-,,\. :, ."iiv of your Anawer or Plead-
| ing to the Complaint on the plaintiffs
Ann.), RCRNETT ROTH, 420 Lin-
coln Ron*, Miami Reach, Florida, and
file the nrtglnaJ Answer or Pleading
in the office of th- Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on ..r before the loth an)
..r December, IM2 n you fall lo do
so, Judgment b) default ill be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of i "omplalnt.
This notice ahall.be published once
each week for fOui ponaecutlve week*
in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
i.. n i: \\i i iRDEREI ..i Miami,
Florida, tins 22nd day of November,
\ D IM
E. II I.i: VTHF.RMAN, I rk
i ' is. ..I. by: L. SNEEDEX
l leput) i
RPRXETT ROTH
Ii, Road
Mia Bea Flo '
11 .".', 12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 63C13003
. II.ENN M CONNER,
Plaintiff,
.11 DY CONNER,
I '.i,ml nit.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Ti i: .II'DY i'i INNER
i Residence unknown
Vou are hereby notified thai a Com-
I plalnl foi Dlvoi has been flh a*
[ againal you, and you are hereby re-
quired tu serve a cop) ..f your anawer
to ih- Complaint on the Plaintiffs at-
torney, LESTER RUX1KRS, n hose ad-
dr-ss is : 21 N.W. llth Street. Miami,
Florida, and file the original of your
Anawer i" Ihe ..Hi.- ol ih. Clerk oi
the Eleventh Judicial Clrcu't In and
f. r Dad- County, Florida, on or be-
fore the 7th ila> of Jam. try, I9l, in
default of which the Complain! will
be taken aa confessed b) you
flated at Miami, Klorida, this 3rd.
.la. -I 1.. .-nil.. .. 19113.
B. B. LEATHERM \\
Clerk of the i ir.-nit Court
K. M I.Y.MAN
Deput) Clerk
12 :. 13, 20. 27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY UIVEN that
the iin.i. i.-im.-d .i. -ii ni; i" oagjauri
in buaineas under the fictitious name
of CXIV'KKSI'I'Y ...si: in.i K
ci.KA.viM: at :mi s.w 27th Ave-
nue, Miami. Hori.la. intend to reg>
later said nam. ith the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida,
THOMAS-J RRANDYS
ARONOVITZ, SILVER n SCHRR
Attorneya for Applicant
10" Alnslev Bldg,
Miami :::. I'i..
12 :. 13, 20, '_'?
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHV tSIVEN that
Ihe undersigned desiring i- engage
in business und. r lit. f ctltlous name
FRBEDMAN'S CLEANERS al
i '..ia! Fhj. Mia ml, Kin Intends
. glster sal.l nam. n lth Ihe i "l< ri.
nl i h. i "Ii cull i '"in i "i I "ade County,
Florida
THOMAS .I Hit ANDYS
v Iti >\. ,\ I i'/.. sil.\ i ill ,\ ~, 111:1:
for Applli
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Mian
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16-A
* kmi&nrrHitr
Fridcy, Decemtx
Bishop Carroll Reports to Jewish Community Here
Continued frm Pe 4-A
.'ic. and Ecirrieni-ni whir*; pr-
umably embrace' everyone, af-
ter ail. this ii a theological mat-
ter of solid conviction
Nevenbelt*- r e p o n fl I
hat seemed Bishop Carroll's
easitivm to a disappointed audi-
ence that had come to hear more
than an orthodox treatment of
Feldman Asked
To Stay at Post
Continued rm 1-A
: Pres::trt Kennedy in p.ao.'.i
reliance on Mr Feidmac as *
personal consultant on Je-jnsh i-
H
Mr Feldman came to the White
House with I Kennedy af
serving on his Senate stall and
as research and program director
the Democrats National Com-
mittee during the i960 Presiden-
tial campaign
Designated a- deputy special
. r.t Mr P
man wort
uith I
- and Federal ag<
es. President

- Tvjnit>
Clein Graduates
From Ga. Tech
Michael Cleii -. ol Mr
Mr- Ben Clein 747J >'.'. lltth St
graduate < Tech on
J>e< 12
He a- i wember at the Bull
dog Club, an honor a n athletic
traternit) and Alpha Epsilon Pi
Lai fraternit.3
Clein will be associated with
Natfcanal Linen Service
Chonuka Extrqvaganza
in Sudsy at 6:30 p.m..
children of the Refigious School ol
Temple Sinai presented an extra
,nza. "ChanuW, on Wheel-.
Preceding the shov traditional
< hantika refreshment! rere sen
ed. ;
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the issue. David Danzig summed
up his feeiing* o> calling the re
port full ol deep feeling, bepe
and optimis*- ana a remark-
able address These were, in
equally remarkable word*
U describe what may very well
be an unhappy change in the
Vat.car. order of things Bishop
11 h
-tandini; For in the hands of
Pope Paul Ecumenism seemed
o become r Bcumenical
concern for the Order ol the
-tho-xl an-l th- n < l the
vernacular in th- M M snd the
administration n' the Holj Sacra
the spirit of I'opc .l"hn
somehow be<
t that I
" l0 -"
. Jewish Committee
n.' must make uv all hope-
ful perhaps the late Holy Fa
highest purposes have not
been entire!) set aside in favor
c>' the return to total rlocma In
the spirit of Ecumenism. Bishop
Carroll's efloit Monday night
.. a* in ''s.-lf a remarkable
achievement
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"World
''Jewisfti Florldfan
Miami. Florida, Friday. December 20, 1963 Section B
Federation Women Set
All-Day Confab Jan. 16
Lenders of the four Women's Auxiliaries qet
together for the first time in the new lobby of
;h ;o richt) arc Mis. Barihold Suauss, president
:: Junior Auxiliary, Mrs. Lawrence Silver-
president of Greater Miami Auxiliary;
Mi sidor Cohc-i. founder 01 the Home and
urinary president; Mis. Jack Morqen-
stc:- president, Miami Auxiliary; and Mrs.
v Berkerman. president, Hollywood
Auxiliary. Standinq (left to riqht) are Mrs.
Lou Makovsky and Mrs. Frances Enbne,
s of the Greater Miami Auxiliary and
board members of the Home; Mrs. Sol Silver-
man, corresponding secretary and honorary
president of the Greater Miami Auxihury; Mia.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer and Mrs. David Phil-
lips, board members and leaders of the Great-
er Miami Auxiliary; Mrs. Charlotte Katz,
Giecter Miami Auxiliary member; and Mrs.
Jack Ablin, boGrd member of the Home and
lendrr of the Greater Miami Auxiliary. They
will be among participants at the dedication
of Home's expansion program Sunday. (For
leiateu stories, see Pg. 7-1U-A.)
Envoy to Receive Young Ladies
Federation of Jewish Women, in
cooperation with the leading worn
en's organizations in the commun-
ity, v. ill present an all day con
ference .Ian. lti. Theme will be
"Pattern tor Survival.
Mrs. Charles P Feinberg, chair-
man ol the day, announced that
each of lh'' leading Jewish wom-
en- organizations in tic commun-
itj will present visual displays <>i
ihi' programs and projects of their
..in/aliens "This will give us
an outstanding opportunity for an
interchange ol ideas and pro-
mains." .Mrs Feinberg said, "and
l know thai it will prove both in-
teresting and educational to the
women participating in our confer-
ence."
Mr- Sol Goldstein, program
chairman, said thai "patterns lor
survival of the Jewish community
will lie discussed at the morning
session by a panel composed ol
rectors ol several "i Federation I
local beneficiarj agencies sen
the Greater Miami communit)
Following the discussion, two
sessions will be chaired by leaders
of ihe participating organizatii -
relating to the "Pattern for Sur-
vival" theme One panel will
cuss '!:< problem ol "Youth in Our
Changing World," and the second
panel w.li study "Civil Rights
its Moaning to Our Community
and to our Country."
New Year's
New Year's Eve celebri
sponsored i>> Temple Zamora
Brotherhood will include a cock-
tail hour, dancing to a five-pi
band and suppti Commitl
chairman i- Reuben Lederman
ii young ladies Corne-
ll be presc nted to Am
r ,.n.i Mrs. Avraham Mar
.. debuti en i eremony at
.. sjdor's Ball on Saturday
_. Dec. 28. in the Grand
. i the Fontainebleau
a custom established
:...-,! Ball, Mrs Anna Bren-
eyers Will be Grand llosle-s
ill nu.kc the formal pr. sen-
,.i ill,- young ladies to Am-
i.irman.
\mb;>-J'ioi Ball annually
- to a climax the COmfflUB-
for State Ol Israel
.ui event which has be-
at the glittering high
--u ,.ii a- in Grand
m. r v ill be Maurice
in I; dies to be pn sent-
their escorts ill be feted
. t this 5unda> af-
ee t i five p.m. in
\ Room of the Fontaine-
li
! girls ho ill be pre
Ihe v i r's Ball
.-.in. daughter ol Mr an I
I \i,cl; Judy Ellen,
: Mr. and \li J
um; Verda, daughter of
Roberta Sue, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Revitz, is
among young debutantes
who will be presented at the
Ambcssadors Ball.
Mr. and Mrs. Moshe Berman;
Francine Donna, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Carlton Blake; Cece,
ii, ui Mi- and Mrs. Sol I oh
Barbara Frances, daughter of
,,ii Mis Harrj Cypen; Ju
Continued on Page SB
n
j
by ISABEL GROVE
kJa] guests, boudaj partu -
la; j- aUons in ihe -,>.>'
,.,. ,v- iiii the festive
veryone .
. al \iv. year's open ll use
I bj Sophie and Mai Eng-
thia year will be m their
lome at 4K20 Tine Tree i'i
Nu formal invitations nee
i,. bring their wide circle
ends together t-> join the
ders in bringing in the
Vtar .
e from New York. Stale
Mbcn BerhowtU and Mrs.
,1/ seen Saturday night
ihe superlative fOOd
and luxurious surroundings ol
The De Continental Restaurant
. Localites George Light, Leo
Sidney Schwarts, Har-
tte, too
*
i:.ii\ -1! wer Wednesday even
for Vkki (Mrs. Jack) Press,
ivill make Yvette and Mick-
- randparents very soon.
i Ruth Mrs U ui) Gid
Id '. et Island m
, guests < njoyed the
champagne punch and hoi eai
apes an(| tea sandwiches ,
iih and "ah i" Of approval
.. eted 'be unwrapping of all the
. infant wear, towel sets.
comfort ccessories and enmmh
blankets lo keep an Eskimo baby
warm Aunts in attendance,
Fa) i Mrs Sam) Rose and Let
iv Mrs, How anil Roth, Yvette's
Uster
Hobday visitor now taking.
over the Gidney home, pretty
ughter Nelsa, soph at North-
western U.
a
Sheri-Jo, daughter of the Man
n\ Maud.!,, leaving their new
nome ,t 441 NE 177th St. briel
iv ,., attend the United Syna
.',, ue Youth meeting in Jax dur-
the holidays Her dad
ttiH be there si the same time.
State Commi nder ol the Jc ish
War Veteri ns, he'll visiting
the JWV Posl
, Charl -
Continued on Paqe 7-B
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Page 2-B
*Jmisl> forMian
Friday, DpcemK^
Melbourne High School Principal
W;ll Speak el Co??rxil School Session
Dr. B. Frank Br >wn, aatioi all}
known educal ir, wiii be keynote
sp i r :.i the National Council o
Je i -li v. c m c -i for Commun't)
A 11 on Jan. 8
at T mple B th
Sholom. His sub-
ject ill be "The
American School
i !. T o in orrow'a
World."
in addition to
being principal oJ
Melbourne Higl
S tool .it Mel
li o .i rne, Fia
**whi re the li-
brary is bigger
than th gymnasium," lie is ;i
member of the Presidents ranei
t Research and Educal onal De-
velopment, the Curriculum Com
mittee ol the National Association
nt Secondary School Principals.
DR. BROWN
in ; the G n irnlnj Board of the
i : Development q
ational < i;n o. 11 :i ties for Ne ro
' uth 'i th< .; uth Tn Ass
f '<. ,: i g arj Sch
Oth< rs on the first day
if the School, w.iose ill
ake place on Jan. 8 and Jan. 22.
\\U l).' as folio s
Mrs. < harli Fi kelstein, c! a r
na the Q ilit; I. lucation
'o nmittee ol Greater \l ami,
ing on hir Li cal Scl i Is."
Mrs. (a olyn Jenkins, I) ide
...' Hoard hi Public Instruction
District Secondary Counselor,
ihose subject will "Equal Op-
tortunity in Education."
Marshall Wise, director ol the
Greater Miami s u ial Securitj Of
:ice, speaking on "Equal Oppor-
unity in Employment."
Bert Kleiman. assistant principal
of Booker T Washington Junii
Burdine's Offers Special Service
Burdine's Dadeland store an-
nounces a new innovation tor men
ol the Southwest, Coral Gables
and South Miami community, \
special shop has been designed to
help men Ironi 8 to 80 choose a
"for the feminine light ol
his life," be she m ither, sister,
friend or wife.
"1 hi jus) fi i you shop" i- open
on the first floor, with special
NOW! :
: for magioeasq meals..:
: 11 kosher :
I SLICED BOLOGNA I
hostesses who will cither help with
selections or travel throughout
the -tore and bring hack mer-
chandise for approval, A light-
ning-fast gift wrap has also been
established,
Fi i those w ho cannot visit the
store personally, hostesses will help
on the telephone from 10 a.m. till
" 0 ; m., every day hut Sunday,
66S 1 ill. Km 248
Hosti ssi have been carefully
selected and can be depended
upon to know what women like so
that a man can be prettj certain
i pleating his "light" this year
Serving are some of Miami's
best known community workers,
including Mrs. .Marvin B. Guber-
man, president of the Lorber
Chapter of the Children's Asthma
irch Institute and Hospital
iii Denver.
ftsdjffoserVBl
Quality
Flavor
Kashruth
CORKED BEEF
FRANKFURTERS
SALAMI
BOLOGNA
WiLNO KOSHEfi
SAUSAGE CO.
(of Chicago)
MIAMI BRANCH
2181 N.W. ICth AVENUl
Phone FR 1-6551
Ner Tamid Young Adults
A gala evening of dancing and
entertainment ushered in the holi-
day season for Temple Ner Tamid
Young Adults on Sunday evening
al the Crown Hotl I.
MA (MASS
TETLEY TEA
A TRADITION
IN JEWISH
HOMES
SINCE 1837
Y*. there's Yarn To spirit |a
this fine lea..."flavor crushed"
for fullest strength and Sdmu-
Utioo... richer taste and pleav
re wi(b your fleishijs and
'Ichijs od bcimeri aoeaJ
refreshment...
Certified Kosher
' ttrict Rabbinical SuperUttam
Make meat loaf tastier with Kasha!
MAN,
THAT'S
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eASY
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New reap., and n13nu ideas for modem mcaVs
? pKit PI WlUl KaSha' Addrs ^quest
to: Phy.hs Wolff, Penn Van. New York
Senior High School, to speak on
"Equal Opportunity In Dasegro-
ated Schools."
Mr- Samuel Gertman, super-
visor ol coramunitj relations, Mi-
ami Housing Authority who will
moderate the panel ol the three
speakers.
Asa icd I omewi rk ha\ Ing been
compli .i I, students will attend the
.i day oi school on Jan. --.
again al 11 mple Beth Sholom.
Michai! u n i manpov er train
ng co irdin ito.\ FI rida State Em-
ployme c', will be commen
tnlot i"" the film. "W hen I'm old
Enough, Good i nd one with
a message from Secretary of La-
, bor, Willard Wirtz.
Mrs. Stanley C Myers. ,i national
vice president of the National
Council of Jewish Women, will
analyze problems ol youth in un-
derdeveloped countries and hrael
>vhcii si*' .-pea*.- daurina. th" after
noon session on "What is the World
Challenge for Equal Opportunity?"
Mi-.- Aaron Fan din ctoi of the
ncil Scho l for Con.....It) Ac
lion, and Mrs I ai Ho fn an, See
tion program than man. will sum-
marize the concluaons of the
seminars from rap >rta of the dis
miss on leaders and recorders
Lorber Chop
Fetes ChileVe
Lorber Chi > ,,.*'
ma Res ,
MiUl al De ,
and acnua] chi
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from pure nighly-unsaturated corn oil and other vegetable oils with Vitamins -\ and D
added for good health and good eating. Contains no milk or animal fat. Recommended fa]
diets where milk is restricted. A wonderful, delightful table spread and cooking help ill
seasoning, frying, baking. The perfect Margarine for every Jewish home!
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Friday, December 20. 1963
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Large Crowd Expected at Hebrew Univ.
Woman cf Hie Year Luncheon Dec. 27
Mrs. Max Weitz. chairman of the Woman of the Year Award
Luncheon honoring Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, discusses
with Mrs. Oida C. Rubin, honorary president of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University, plans for ;he Dec. 27 noon
luncheon at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Mrs. Max Weitz, chairman of
the Woman of the Your Luncheon
ot the American Friends of the
Hebrew University, has announced
t '> it a ex ac'tj attendant e is i
cipattd ui the Dec. 21 noon I inch-
eon in Ihe Fontainebleau !: '
At o < nmmitt*e mcei n: in the
home of Wo*nnn oi the Bcok Chair-
man Miss Lillian Goodman, plans
lor Ihe annual event were final-
/ !. and an area meeting was
held last wek in the home of Mrs.
Samuel T Sapiro in Coral Gables.
Mrs, Michael (Joan) Con a\
noted atith i ind lecturer, w ill be
i ceh od at the a'rp irt b; Mi s.
i Krensl > and Mrs. W< to Mia ni specially to
Y \t\\ a Brenner Mey r-
and pres -1 i \\ i Meyers with the
n of I Ye r \v ard in rei
ognition <>i her achievements in
civic, cultural an I philanthropic
endeavors, as well as her dedi-
c ited i fforts in behalf of tIi- He
brew University ol Jerusalem.
A musical presentation by the
noted viol nisi Joan Field is an
expression ol Ihe artist's deep ad-
; n ion !": the accompl'shn
of the State ol lsra< I and thi
Lnitici-fc o! I !le aclii>'\ .-".iiN
it the I lebrev University 11 Je-
tisal "'. Mrs Waits said. "Av are
that the noted conductor, !
Kou sevitcky, presented his pri-
vate music I'brary to the Hebrew
i n versify, and thai recently an
Arthur Rubinstein ( hair oi Musicol
ogy was established by the Israel
Philharmonic Orchestra with the
proceeds oi Rub nste'n's manj m
ii performances In Israel. Miss
Field i a chosen Ihe occasion of
i ie Woman ol (he Year Luncheon
1^ an opportunity i<> demonstrate
her understanding "i the import-
mce of Israel' n al institution of
higher ; larning."
Miss Field was invited to per-
form in I-1' I a" d plans to give
i onci rts in that country during the
coming year. She is well ;
to Israel audiences through her
recordings, which are trequently
pla; ed over Kol '> isroel. Included
in viisa i' eld's selections will be
N run" Irom the Hassidic Suite
p\ Bloch,
Mrs. Jack S. I'opick is chairman
'if the Award Committee for the
on. AccordfDg 1" Mrs Sam-
uel Simonhpff, president of the
Greater Miami V imi n' Dh s>on
of the American Frj :nds ol the He-
t liversity, Mrs. Samuel T.
- ., : v ill i i; e u Foundership
[ii ., ...-. i acfapon In rec-
11 -i of the i- '!uiii.-h> ol Mr.
and Mrs sap.i.i in their establish-
,ne,.t ol a revolving Student loan
fund, which, bis already assisted
more than 100 nce/Jy students at
Hebrew Inivei-ity.
Seiderman Will
Speck Friday
Firmer Assistant New York
District Attorney Paul Seiderman,
Mian.: Death c.vic leader, will be
principal speaker at an oneg
ShaJ bat tn be Held at Wurman's
H ni. 43rd si. and Collins Ave .
i,i. Friday evening.
\i,w chairman pf ih-' Board of
Trustees, oi ihe Forida Region-
.,; Board Ihe Anti -LVI.illiatioll
. ue, his uslit will be "is
Ihere Anti-Semitism in Florida1'
Sam WaMir.an. president of the
Waldman Family Hotels, will be
moderator.
Louise Wise
iBuffet Luncheon
luncheon tor members of
|L".ii- Wise Chapter. American
I rets, was scheduled for
(Thursday, lec. 19. 11:30 a.m.. at
Ihe Monte Carlo Hotel.
Mrs Joseph White, program
rbairman, was to present a skit,
plan's Relationship to Man," by j
Dr. L Cast members are Mesdames
Veraldtne Konkin. Evelyn Levy.
Gertrude Mogul. Dvora Kram. Isa-
Kelle Slavitt, Anna K. White, Nata
ll'ial and Binah Barnett.
Musical portions of the program
'.....ffered by the "Octet-''
ect( d by Binah Barnett.
President is Mrs. Mary C.

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+Jen iit FksHirir
Friday. December 20. 1%3
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood Fashion Show
Brings Out Best-Dressed and Coiffed
The MoUie Kafeatwr Sisterhood
and Vunerj School PTA of Beth
h Congregation sponsored a
last Thurv
HeM at Beth Torah. M fea-
tured the collection from Lewis
.:on>. coiffure* by J. Bakli.
and nf cocrdinated and commen-
tated by Edith Zipp
Co-chairmen for the day were
lard Hoffman and Mrs
5) ey Gettis. Mrs Hoffman wore
a black and white tweed ensemble
it* a circular cape jacket. An
in blue knit a> the choice
Her >uede front
ed cutout> in a flora!
patti-rr. A green knit turtle neck
dress fM the choice of Mrs. Philip
Pau. Mrs Bunon Young chose a
knit suit with a tassel on
her blouse
Mrs. Stanley Stein. Sisterhood
president. VM in a three-piece ice
blue knit with a long-sleeved white
silk blouse. PTA president Mra
Irving Nt.. mans emerald green
knit had a white jacket trimmed
in the green. Black, grey and
white blended into Mr Vincent
Pulcini"> suit. Which had a black
Persian collar. Mrs. Barbara
Veltman worca pearl gi mkt -^
with a watermelon-colored mda'-
nn-styled- eoat A red wool knit
'ran v.as worn by Mr- MeivuE
Levin.
Mrs. Martin Hochman's red Ital-
ian knit was tailored with white
p. ari buttons. An aqua and gold
knit sheath tai the choice of Mrs.
Carl Zwerner Mrs. I^urence
Brody wore a hiniaotM knit sheath
with a sleeveless over blouse of
mohair. Moss green vool
sheath silhouette with long .!.-,.'ve.
was worn by Mrs. Keaaem ( ,,.
man. Mrs Mike Swahr" tonpei,
her yeJJow moygashel <*e*:h vutitf
a sleeveless mohafr jai
Mrs Stanley Friedman* Sllk
-heath featured an oanEr |
lime skirt and a narr.
orange at the hem. A -31,
med beige knit was worn b) Mn
Howard Ralbt. B:ack
leopard ascot was chosen bv Mr*
Arthur Snyder. An oin.
se> knit sheath was Mr- Wynni
Steinsnyder's choice f,ir the niorr.
>*_____________ -Edith z,pp
to .': Sisal Hospital's third
kxI fubflee Bell last Sat-
rday a: the Fcr.tcmebleau
-.-.:=:'. ere Dr. and Mrs. Stan-
-.- F.-hJing. He is president
t. the hcspital s medical staff.
Real [stale Award Deadline
iune for .r. the fifth
rea: estate hurr.ar.::ariar.
profraa sponsored by the
I Kisla* M ..rporatior.
Florida ha- been set for Jan
.Announcement was made by
I aniei M. Ro-so. vice president
the firm with offices in Miami.
Lauderdale. Tampa. St. Pet-
.-burg. Orlando. Cocoa Beach
id Pensacola. All real estate
rokers ar.d salesmen in Florida
--e eligible and invited to enter.
: ?-o said.
Mrs. Sandier
Will Chair
Hostess Group
-.
. i chairman ol
ner of
ed for Jan. 3
Deau-..

:- Met
by Leo.-,
-en. general dinner chair-
man She is the mother
nth grack
at the Academy.
'-:-- tl
Coaunittee v.ith her are .Mrs. Ben
I Binder. Mrs. Jack A Cantor.
Mr- Jos.-ph Cohen. Mrs. Samuel
Cohen. M.- Wolfie Cohen, Mr-
Maurice Rtvitz. Mrs. Leonard
Rosen and Mn
Mrs Sandier saii her commit-
tee has decided on a 'Sweet 16
theme for the dinner decoration-
The women also will serve as
- for a reception at the
Leauvilie. which will immediate-
ly precede the dinner.
Blue and gold nave been desig-
nated as the colors for the latino
affair, at which Pulitzer Pnie
winning-author Herman Wouk will
speak, and Miami Beach philan
thropist Jacob Cohen will be hoo
ored
1 he Days
sampled it at an
office party, and served it to
the Romanos at a dinner
party, who introduced it to the
Jensens at a card party,
who featured it at a surprise
party for the Goldenbergs,
who knew about it all the time.
EVERYBODY'S
SERV
VITA
VEGETARIAN
BEANS
N TOMATO SAUCE
*****
5 7 vA&fertZ5
H-> HEINZ CaPlTTSWRfiH.*
SjaEs
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Wife-saver.
fSTuT Sa,?VrOUule' Sure- And no gui,t MinSs about opening
Hu W^to ^T bel1Wh^nt eVe" >OU (ere&t Ck tHat^ -5
uJZth^t >P endleSS hUrS up with so tasty a vegetarian dish? And so protein happy* Once a
SXto MS?} make k ?tanS"?Ut-NeedIeM-Wrk' Treat-W-F*
Right-Night... serve 'em Heinz (strictly, Vegetarian Kosher Beans.
''"'" ':'- Km mmmr-Kt WW _
Evyhibelccrirt $ *1 of approve of
THE UNION OF OBTHODOX lEWWH CONMECATION8 OF

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RAISE WHdS
s.m-. m k, 6r oiv,0 wACMifoon
3r $2S mUl.'on -a wd by or0on;,0.
iooi with th. dign.Ked CHEMrDAlE
FA*MS p:0n. Wid. Mtatfion of ,empl.
ing. delicioui Koihcr (or Pauovtt '
COnl.clioo, ,h,pp.d ,0 y0u GUA,_
AMECO f*ESH. No in.^tme.,! 30
doi# crtdlt to your group.

MK SAMHF, bookl... 0nd ,und ,;,.
1-9 manual lhal t,H, how lo o-gonl..
mi condu(. your ,ol. n, ,0 club
i on offiool organi.
V.ITE TODAY |
PASSOVER j
CONFECTIONS
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Friday. December 20. 1963
1
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Beach Woman
Tn Gift to Univ.
Library Fund
Mrs. Sara Harris, 1200 Ocean
Dr., has announced to the Wom-
en's Division of American Friends
of the Hebrew University that she
will make an outright gift plus a
hequcst to the Jewish National
and University Library.
The novel combination of a gift
in life, to become eventually part
of a perpetual loan fund, is the
original idea of this newest "Wom-
an of the Book" seeking a lrcsh
approach to philanthropy.
The two contributions set up
by Mrs. Harris will create a re-
volving student loan fund in per-
petuity to assist needy students
pursue medical studies at the He-
brew University in Jerusalem.
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Young Ladies Come-of-Age Will Take *****Law Ta,k
Spotlight at Ambassadors Ball Dec. 28
Continued from Pa* l-B
ith Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i and Mrs- Arthur J. Schlossman;!
Adult education classes on M-.-
day, 8 p.m., will hear a lectt |
on "The Evolution of the Talmud :
"Law" by Habbi Hershel BfOtT-
Donaa Lynn, daughter of Mr. in the Temple Zamora Chapel.
j Daniel Klson; Suzi L., daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Z. Grenald;
Alana, daughter of Mrs. Beatrice
K. King.
M*S. SAKA NAMIS
Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.laj__-j -. roA u ..
Albert Schwartz; Shelly M., daugh- j """^ CPA Um1
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Leonard Charles Dorfman, c .
Sharpe; Enid Jeryl Weiss, daugh-: ,i,ied Publi- accountant of Mia.m
Cheryl, daughter of Mr. and J ter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Sheldon! "* h been elected to merr.-
Mrs Samuel Kurschner- I^ucv f- 1 i ^ i bership in the Honda Institute .
S^iSS?^mPktTS I!^;^?^f^,^PA,s' a'ordin t0 **
bert Laufer; Diane Barbara.) ter of Dr and Mrs UwMN A. i Beer, president of the Dade Co -
(laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Weston.
Levinc; Marcia, daughter of Mr.----------
and Mrs. David Noroff; Joan T
Helene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Ossip; Roberta Sue, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Revitz;
Cathy Ellen, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Sandier.
I ty Chapter.
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this authentic Italian sauce adds a touch of
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*. o* #* Friday, December 20 lc
<_5cAoo/ *^cts t^iqhts on Cl^xpandinq its d*~ib
'3
V
>rar\
n
PTA of the Hebrew Academy
will hold ils third annual theatr
* party al the Sheridan Theatre o
Tuesday evening. Featured wffl
! the new extravaganza, "it'.s a
Mad. Mad. Mad n orld.'
According to Mrs. Bernard
Basuicky, chairman oi the He
brew Academy Libtary, "but we
hope U) make it a >..nc worfij
through books."
And books will De t.ie prin-
cipal beneficiaries of tae lues
day nighl function, which is tli
oniy tund-raisng afiar that till
Hebrew Academy PTA is author
iced to run throughout the year.
100 Percent Increase
' At present, we haw over
7.1)00 hooks in the Hebrew Acad-
emy Library. Mrs. Bastacky ex-
plained, "and we are proud that
it is one of the finest libraries for
children in this area."
She cited Miss Betty I.iinnen.
head of school libraries for Dade
County, as authority for her
e\ aluatkra.
Mrs Melvin Rosenoaum Is the
Academy's librarian for the past
five years, which has grown a
whopping 100 percent since the
Academy moved into its new
q tarters at 2-ilM) Pine Tree Dr.
Mrs. Bastacky, a mother of
four children at the day sen, i
Siuuenis ot the Academy read in the Hebrew Academy Li-
brary. Left to right are Gila Berger. Miriam Greenberg, Laurel
Martin.
said thai the library today "pri-
marily stocks books for chi
of elementaiy and junior high
age." Th s in< ludi s reference
works on each level in the fields
''i I terature. math >mat - e. Boi k- are chiefly in the
English langua e
Hebrew Section
during the last two trips
to I rael made I > Rabbi Al-
der Gross, principal ol the Ai ad
eniy. he brought back some 600
books in Heb few. "In 1!>64. we
hope to uet a good start on our
ew library," he explained
Ultimately, Rabin Gross en-
visions a library of Judaica at
the Hebrew Academy, including
i ; I a ilium.
Shuh nan Oi ch and Tanach, as
well as ei ral works on philos-
opy,
One of the .ways the Academy
has oi espdtiding its Hebrew li-
brary! in addition to the outright
purchase of books, is through
membership in the Beth Hana-d
Library Fund, originally founded
by the late Israel Preside.it It?
Dak Ben-Zvi, and today headed
by his widow, Rachel Ben-Zvi,
and President* Zaiman Shisar.
"What we do is to make avail-
able to Israel funds for an Eng-
lish library in an ifnlfiigranl
camp there. In return, they tend
us books in Hebrew."
Mrs. Bastacky said that the
PTA has high hope- of this year's
theatre party giving a Significant
push to the expansion of the He-
brew Academy Library. But
there are simple and verj per-
sonal ways," she pointed out, "in
which individuals in the commun-
ity ma) contribute lo this pro-
ject."
Gifts are Helpful
she said that single volumes
en up to the largi st number of
books m-.\\ i- presented to the
library as a gift in memorj ol a
belo\ ed one a ho has hist pass "i
away, on the occasion of the
birthdaj ol a ion or daughter, or
m the form ol a "gel well -<-
tine.
The Ai ademy PTA has pre
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MRS. BtRSARD BASTACt'
pared special "Happy Bin \
in Memory' and Gi l Wt
cards for all thi se oei |i
ad I ton. there is a simple < "nn-1
illations" card wh i
the presentation of a
b ok- in honor ol ai ral
i \ ent.
All gifta, whethei a -
or main bonk-, have
i ook plate Installed on I
cover with th- nan i
and do.lee Inscribe i
Notables to Be
At Bar Mitzvah
Here Saturday
Reception and dinner at the
Fontainebleau Hotel will follow
the evening Bar Mitzvah of Jor-
dan, .-on of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Gilbert, on Saturday night.
I list includes many people
prominent in the civic, philan-
thropic and business community:
Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Meyers,
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rivkind, Mr!
and Mrs. Win-ton Wynne. Countv
Commissioner, Mr and Mrs. Sher-
Winn, executive vice presi-
Balmoral Hotel. Mr. and
Mrs Ken Guernsey, former pres-
ent. Internal il Rotay,
ard Mrs. Thomas Sasso,
Rep Maude
and l- I'epper. Mr. and
Jame MacDonald, Mayor
Art er, Mr. and Mrs Bur-
Voun 5, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Attorney Richard
Gerstein, Mr. and Mrs. William
Ir. and Mrs. Samuel
H i a n.
ill be Bar Mitzvah Sat
ng al Beth Torah,
FOR THE H0LMAYS
HAVl A CUSTOM TABU PAD I
ARROW TABLE PAD CO. |
F F M Fs-.im.i?r nrt *Mmples "j
.->t Yoer Home Call I
HARRIET NABUTOVSKY
FR 3-1591 1924 S.V 8>h ST. ]
fhn:$med miuyi a -cond ticned
1-Bedroom Aparlments
V/clk to Burdine's. Pool. Newer
neighborhood. All cniy?ted, nov/
beina decorated. S -':in or Yearly.
Mrs. langp, Apt. Ho. 3
1421 NE 171st ST. Ph. 949-1136
~ -, ,, mtm
YOUNG WIDOW NEEDS
ROOM ON MIAMI BEACH
Year round with day care for
19-month-oie baby while mother
works. Write to Bertha,
e/o Jewish F'oridian, Box 3973
Miami, Pla., 33101
NOW OPEN
BILL'S MIAMI LAKES
BAR3ER SHOP
Lake Patricia Shopping Center
13917 N.W. 67th AVENUE
Phone 821-7322

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17th SEASON FOR
BOYS and GIRLS
from 7 to 17
Herman and Harry Popkin ai Atlanta. tin., and
BLUE STAR CAMPS
Memdertionrille, Xorth Carolina
extend Chanukc Greetings and Best Wishes to Our Many Florida Friends, Former Campers and Staff, and
Cordially lnv,te those from the Greater Miami Area, Hollywood, Palm Beach, Ft. lauderdale, Coral Gables, etc
(even if they have not been to Camp before) lo join us tor either o' our
ANNUAL GET-TOGETHERS -
Dec. 22eiJ Dupont Plaza Hotel, Miami
23nl Hollywood Beach Hotel
sixiuav.
or
MONDAY. Dee.
New Campers
1 30-3 P.M.
130-3 P.M.
SOUND COLOR FILM
REFRESHMENTS
FELLOWSHIP
HEAR OUR NEW CAMP RECORD
RENEW CAMP FRIENDSHIPS
SHARE OUR PLANS FOR 17th SEASON
Former Campcs
3 4;30 P M.
3 4.30 P.M.
A PREVIEW OF THINGS TO COME .
A new, seven-acre lake (our second) is under
construction and will be ready for use in 1964
for our expanded Waierfroi.t Program.
Come, hear the plars .
BLUE STAR has ELEVEN* EXCITING AND CREATIVE PROGRAMS FOR 1964
or write to o.r FUU-TIME .inter H00 CRESCENT AVE^nI!. ATU*T, OA. 3030,. Phone 404-S72-472,
MOShore Dr.ve East. Miami, Fla. Ph. FR 1-82C5 ,536 rStSfiEL
M9 HARRY KAPLAN
', Hollywood, Fla. Ph. WA 2-1162
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'OUR ELEVEN UNIQUE and CHALLENG.NG PROGRAMS FROM JUNE 7 AUG. 18 for 1964 ARE:
PiOXtiKll VtSUj*
(1) Graces 2nd thru 6tS
for 2 Weeks -4 Weeks- 6 Weeks Full Season
PIONEER HOYS
(2) Grades 2nd thru 6th
for2Weeks 4W. :.- 8W. ks Fulls ,n
SEXIOIl 0iiRLH
(3) Grades 7th thru 9t!i
tor2 Weeks. 4W< ks 6 Weeks Full Season
%f;\fO#f BOYS
(4) Grades 7th thru 9th
for**eek-4Weeks- 6 Weeks Fun 8easo
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TEEK.AGE VILLAGE
boys Sc GIRLS and I'Kl.i' CTs
Grades 10,h thru 11th-1(1-4 Weeks-,.,,.S,,1M,n
hSEASON-l Month or 2 We^'onf f^^f.1* ?^ CAMP
< l:i" ILS 12th Grade only |ur FULL Si
NTAWE
COLLEGE FRESHMEN I I- fi..m 2 Waoki to 10 v
isniliu POLK DANCE
\Y 4th A.N.MAI. PRESEASON June 14-20
with Fred Berk oi New York City
UASKETttALL CAMP
2-WEEK PRESEASON June 9-23
With Ed Jack,! o. Atlanta, .,., for Boys in Hi9h School
special rot its
FOR HOYS GIRLS 10th thru 12th Grades
NEW YORK WORLDS FAIR J0 24-Aug. 18
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k Sessions: June 21-July 5_Two w~l. -%-r'r *
with Virgini. ,nd Bobb) BTr^tT^^t^n^^^*-4^ "* 19-Fu" Se'son *
let us hear from you soon We I be h WW|W"
personally and individually to, fa k ZZZ" ? ** W',h ^
k about your summer plans.
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Friday, December 20, 1963
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and Hilda, entertaining Charlotte
and Koben I. Schurr, <>! New
York Cttj and Argyle, N.Y., the
past several week- They're
owners of popular Camp Algon-
quin, Glen Falls in the Adiron-
dack Charlotte ami Hilda
are friends since school days .
Now home tor the holidays, mid-
dle daughter of the Gertlers,
Trudi, in her freshman year al
Sar:.h Lawrence where she i-
majoring in drama A June
graduate of Beach High, where
she piled up an enviable record
oj honors and awards, locally
and nationally. a> an author ol
i>ot try and fiction and as a tal
cnted and in>j>itcil actress and
extemporaneous speaker .
Family dinner Frlda) will cele
"inate her visit and birthday ol
Isabel \^j
sister Susan (Mrs, Peter) Olin
. Rounding out the group will
be tiny Joseph Olin and youngest
Gerller, Sherry
Three-week stay at the Sana
Souci spjr.ning the end of the
old and beginning of the New
Year lor .Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Vklorsohn, of Dronaville, N.Y.
. Will speed lots of time with
daughter Hinette Benson and
her adorable Lisa and .lane, fam-
i y ol Dr. Jerry Benson, who is
i hi< i i .i h ilo list and direct ir ol
i r cs at Mt Sinai Hospi-
tal
Mr. and Mrs Harry Pearl, mm
sw 23rd Ave., waiting Impat-
ientl) to i eel daughter and son-
in-law Barbara and Hank Wi i
ir. who are bringing year-old son
Jeffrey all the way from Van
Get-Together"
For Blue Star
Camps Sunday
nine star Camps, Henderson
ville, N.C., will hold it- annual
get-together for the Greater Miami
area on Sundaj at the Dupont
1'laza Hotel. New campers will
meet 1:30 to 3 p.m., and tormer
campers, 3 to 4:30 p.m according
t,. an announcement by the co>
fi undera and co-directors, Her
i! an and Harry Popkin, ol Allan
t.. Ga,
V.e extend a cordial invita-
the Popkin brother- said,
"to < iii- former campers, staff,
parents and their friends to join
i to -c our new sound ami color
jet, to discuss our camping
iin- v it1' a purpose, to re-,
our summer friendships and
t ) -hare exciting news ol new tea
l ires and facilities for the coming
imnii'r "
Blue Star Camps. 27 miles from
Ashevilk in the heart ol the Blue
Klgge Mountains, were founded 17
years ago and will observe its
17th season in 1964. The codirec
tors and co-founders also pointed
out that the camps are divided
into six separate programming
groups, according to grades and
interests, and that each camp has
its own separate staff, facilities
and program*.
We are able.' the Popkms
pointed out. "to Rive our boys and
iris individual attention while en-
joying the advantages, facilities
an.i staff Of a large and modern
Women's Shore Unit
Shore Unit Women- Corps of i
he Papanicolaou Cancer Research I
nstitute at Miami will hold its
nonlhly board and regular meet-
.i- Mondaj. Jan <;. al the Roney
Plaza Hotel. Mr- Irving Firtel.
president, has called the board
i. eeting for to a.m.
Holiday Ball Set
By Variety Ladies
la enlarge Varietj Children's
.1 (mt Patient Departmenl
and provide 85 additional beds, the
Women's Committee was to spon-
-or a holida) ball on Thursday,
Dee. 1!. at the Fortair.ebleau
The black tie affair, headed by
.Mrs Albert Pollak and Mrs. Rob-
in '/. Greene, will provide funds
tor the current construction pro-
gram at the hospital.
Mrs Terryce Kaplan is reserva-i
lions chairman. Hospital Admin
iatrator William A. Taylor an-
nounced that the S2 million build
log project will also enlarge the
labs, the rehabilitation section,
and set up an 18 be.I unit for emo-
tionally disturbed children.
Variety Children's Hospital is a
non-profit community supported
pediatric center nationally recog-
nised for its care of all children's
ill-eases.
camp located on our -150-acre pri-
vate estate with two private
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NKW YEAR'S EVE in
> the/ELEGANT MANNER
Filet Mignun Dinner Favors Fun Festivities
^Dancing to Mai Ma Ik in arid his Orchestra in The Smartest
'supper Club in the World S20c'" Benm JE2-3600
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probably the worieTs
smartest supper club ...
.The STARLIGHT Roof
at. the Dor al B cut ill
BWv-KidK .top tl>. Dod B-ch, Mi.mi Bch'. ~~ "*
luiunou. hoUl fe-lorin, .upcb U r.nc cont.ncnul <-U*.
... .nd dchfhtrul dnc.mi to Ih. mic of M.I Malkin. H j''
and Hal Sfta Orchtr. with charnuo* IJa. Hdl. In .dd.l.on.
Z.lur and II.. Koldm Stein*, add roiwnca to lha maai6-nw
arltinc. Above you. 1O.000 Hay aura, embracing you wiin
the moat braathukin* viaU of w, y c.ly.
Reservation* requested...M. Btnni JE 2-3600
ami
BEACH HOTEL
10. lit Ortan al iStk M*. "'"' Bwf> '
rove
o>-. Calif. Accyjauanying
tin m to the airport on Saturday
will be sisters, Marcia and Ber-
nice, and brother-in-law Harvey
Miller Waiting at home with
a sumptuous breakfast party, sis
icr Phyllis Miller.
A three-week holiday In Mex-
ico for the Mermells. Peggy and
Mac, h ho are taking David, Steve
;nd Debbie with them Two
l b ) Hardy and Cliff.
en i iv the holidays at their
Bi s Hei j its home family
will be reunited early in Jan-
uary .
Harriet i nd Jules Stark spend
ing the holidays with aughter
I at. her husband Dr. Sylvan C.
Block, and B-month-old Vanessa
They're living in Tampa,
where Dr Block is associate pro-
fessi r i : physics at the new Uni-
versity ol sooth Florida .
Leaving next week for a cruise;
to Caracas on the Cunard Liner
Carmania, I.ill Blasberg Has
made the trip so often she con-
sider.- herself a "seasoned sea-
man" but is just as enthusiastic
as ihe first time.
A fir=t Caribbean cruise ior
Jack Criden. ol the .Morton Tow-
er*.' who left this weeTc'on "the
Franca C .
Miami Ueach's Abe and Jean
Bisenbetg mt on a 13-day Carib-
bean crui.-e Traveling aboard
the Argentina with friends Mrs,
Pauline Broida, Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Geriha ard Mr. ana Mrs. Daniel
Krissell .
Mr ar i Mrs, Philip K. Simon
attended the gala Mt. Sinai
Hospital Jubilee Call at the
r'Ol '; ineblt III Simon. chirr
man, [Sank of Miami Beach, com-
mutes each weekend to be with
his family in New York .
VMien youngest daughter Bonnie
graduates Ironi high school in I
June, the Simon- will establish
permanent residence here .
Other daughter, Lynn, attends
Harcun Junior College in Bryn
Mawr. Pa.
Judae and Mrs. Irving Cyoen,
320 W. Di Lido Dr., entertain-
at the Deauville Hotel on
Nov. 29 in honor of their
douchter Bonnie's sweet six-
teenth birthday.
cinema
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STARTS TODAY
LEON SCHACHTER'S
YIDDISH AMERICAN
VAUDEVILLE & FILMS
ON OUR STAGE IN PERSON
MARK STEWART
famed singing sensation
LENNY STONE
Comedy & Songs
LEON SCHACHTER
GITEL STFIN
NORA STEVENS
a ON OUR SCREEN
WONDERFUL ISRAEL'
The Bespoken Overcoat
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Friday. December 20, 1963
We
the
Women
V.OMAN OF THE WEEK
Ilelene BiT-ler hail a storybook childhood
southern house like Tara
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yo ing
Her married life
n New Orleans in an
Cone With the Wind." Instead of
southern nou-e HKe lara in wone nun in num.
- ns to Sophie Newcombe College as planned, she ran off at 17 and
pried Louis Bresler, th.- boy she had been ^oing with since she was
years old. Now, 39 years later, she's a perfect example of mar-
as spent in Atlanta, with vacation- in Florida.
Four years ago. the Beslers moved here to
-!..> As fairly newcomers to the comnuin
it; thej have begun tc put down roots, and
Mian are delighte.l with the prospect of
leader-hip.
MHfNE
the Aged through the Junior Auxiliary.
- Hi lene had fi un I reliei from hei
i : : da tl Bresli rs in return
hi iii FI irida Vs i i nee, the)
he I the new
fui i the Home. The
j I. and Maj Hi j mann Pavilion is
j ol Hi its and the new Ad
ministrativi Winj is named the Louis and
!! ene Bn -!i r Adi tin I Both
will be dedicated at the 18th annual meeting
Sugermans Will
Live on Beach
A double ring candlelight cere-
mony on Saturday evening. Dec.
14, united tin* former Penny Susan
Goldman and Barry Frank Suger-
man Officiating rabbi was Dr.
Irving Lehman and the nuptials,
held at the Deauville Hotel, were
followed there by a reception and
formal dinner.
On their return from a honey
moon in Nassau, the newly-weds
will live in Normandy Isles. Par-
ents are Mr and Mrs Murray
Goldman. 7340 Gary Ave., and Mr.
and Mrs. George Sugerman. of
R8i" Dickens Ave., and Vero
Beach.
The bride selected a traditional
floor-length wedding gown ol peau
di -' ie w ith sabrina neckline, long
-leeves-to wrist point, and fitted
bodice The skirt featured lace
appliques on front, and a bouffant
bi ch and the three-tiered illusion
fell from .i crown Ol pearl- With
thi ensemble she carried an ar-
men) cl white orchids, steph-
anol it ai d lilj ol the-valley
Attendants included the
Joel K -
further participation ant
H done her share ol organization
rjyork before she arrivedI to Miami
5 became ^terestedinthe Jewish Home ^^ >v]. y
m ol hoi or, I
Mi Allen Greenv. al I and Mr
Herb< rt 1 n, with Mi Jen
i'l in ch the guesl
book.
Sen best man ma
New bei ger, ani >i e I >r.
S;:in Leder, Mitchell Li is R b
trl Pi d Tonj Winkler.
The bride and grot are both
M ami Bi ai h Si nio
an.
Id r hus
band, ai oi tsti nding athlete, has
He,en .....klhe {>acy Fnch d,sh w,ln v,m" Jhe a degree in architecture from
' .rle.ans Flowers and floral arrange ent an another Georgia ,.,. Technologv
er hobbies SI i is especially pood .it rooting African violets which
liki s to give awi j
Ever} year, the Beslers take a trip abroad By now thej have
most everywhen Helcne manages to read a French menu
- left over from the days of her French governess, One of the
t -'hlights ol their travels was celebrating Shawiot in Israel. Daugh
Miriam is married to Jack Kartus. Miriam says she gave up her
MlS. ICHN LtSi-.i
Detroit Rites
For John Leslies
The Raleigh House in Detroit
Mich.. w> the setting for th->
Thanksgiving nuptials u n i 11 n >
Maureen Traitel and John An*
thony Leslie, son of Mr. and Mr-
Solomon Leslie, of 3114 Frame
Ave The bride is the daughter
ol Mr and Mrs William Traitel
ol Detroit.
Rabbi M. Robert Syme. of I),.
trolt'i Temple Israel, and Cai to
Harold Orbach officiated at th-
ceremony which was followed by
a reception and dinner.
Attendants to the bridal coupl.
were Paula Feldman. maid oi
honor. Gloria Jerris and Dene Mil
via The bridegroom's brother.
David Leslie, served as best mat
and his twin brother. Rodin
Leslie, and the bride's brother.
Richard Traitel. were u>her-
Young Mrs Leslie is a graduate
cl Highland Park College H
i i- ., graduate ol the i n
ili< higan :: Instil ite "i Technology I!
itj i Zeta Bi ta Tau
, pra ..... ngi eer 11
' i ted With hi- parent- in |
lui business
:hi ir
d will live .a
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Bui not onlj does !! ene support the Home 7-','
t i_ri \ii Sugerman
ives ol herself. She is active in the Junior ,. ,._ ,,
. the t mwr-it\ ol Miami
adoil I eing program chairmi
and served as
Air Force,
a lieutenant in the
:am
to a wonderful sister-in-law because Owen Bresler married a
All of their married lite, the Breslers have liked to dance. Louis
- I ca'ls up and makes a date with Helene to go dancing just as he
ed to do. But then there are also quiet evenings at home with books
I television and old friends from Atlanta, as well as the new friends
1". t they hive made.
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HEARTS AND FLOWERS
The heart* were pink and lacy, the flowers were pink and white,
king attract!* centerpieces at the two round tables on the patio
r ar the pool. A lovely satin bell hung over the buffet table. Nan
Irs. David) Rich entertained with a bridal luncheon and shower at
ber home in honor of Benita Machtey. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
V than Machtey. who is marrying Joseph Schwartz on Dec. 29.
. e guests included Mis Ann Schwartz. Mrs. Norman Tatar. Mrs. Jules
ndelson Mrs Daniel Herman. Mrs. Joel Fliss. Mrs. Steve Quartin.
rs. Morris Futernich A' the bride-to-be unwrapped the exquisitely
apped gifts, the hostes- wound the ribbons into a bouquet that will
used el the wedding rehearsal.
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THERE'S ONLY ONE MOLLY
That's exactly what Sol Si'vcrman thinks about his wife. He wish-
( iier a happ) birthday in the classified ad department of the Miami
1 raid Moll) waa born on Thanksgiving Day. and the two of them
ile awaj and celebrated all by themselves. Sol says he hopes to do
I e verj same celebration for the next 20 years. He's modest; he
( lid have mad.- If 40 Molly would only be 1U3 years old.
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YES, A WINNER
The Marvin Zanks were on the town last week. Norm's brother,
rvin .Schwartz, came to town from Chicago. At the track, they saw
F an and Hurt Levey and Jem and Joe Tanenbaum. Whv'do people
ays tell you when they win, not when thev lose?
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IN CHICAGO
Inez Krenckj just home from Chicago. sajd lnat she bumped into
Betty (Mrs. Milton) Malakoff who was on her way to Marshall Fields
buy candy. Betty told Inez that Ruth < Mrs Alex Robbins was
ere to Chicago, also. Ruthie hopes to bring her mother who has
en ill bad; to Miami to recuperate in the gunny weather Brrr'
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COULDN'T HAVE BEEN DULLER
So said Dolores Courshon of their last quick trip to a forsaken
fishing Lodge in the Bahamas. The weather was so bad that there
re only three other couples at the lodge. Jack, who's vocation is
1 -ning and avocation is working, enjoyed every minute despite the
d weather, lie loves to fish
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SANDS OF EGYPT
You ibouU lea the Harry Orleans' back yard out in Bay Harbor
! simply covered with the whitest sand. Thev are building up the
yard preparatory to planting sod. but if a wind storm should come
I ing first, it would lojk like a midmeht movie desert scene
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TO MEET MR, AND MRS. LANDU
Natalie and Melvyn Fruuikes entertained an intimate group of
; ends at dinner in the Gigi Room of the Font;rinebleau Hotel Nata-
e wore a white and pink silk dinner suit to carry out the pink rosebud
ble decorations The party was in honor of F.Ieanor and Norman
landu, who have moved to South Miami from New York Among the
guesto were Mr. and Mrs. Burt Josephson. Mr and Mrs. Irwin Shapiro
r. and Mr- Stanley Watts. Mr and Mrs. Joseph Scheinberg Mr'
:. d Mrs. Martin Hitzig, and Mr. and Mrs Maurice Cohen.
Mrss Rosenberg
Plans for Summer
\ summer wedding is pi ned
l \ I '.!'ii! Sue Row and liar
\ Bi n -'
Bernstei SW 5th
the late La reni B

uncemenl ol Ihe ei
and approai
ade bj the futui bri 's par-
and Mrs Morris K
16 SY> ; ith SI
\' a high school teacher in
the Dade County School System,
the bride-eleci attended Russell
College m New York and
ated Irom the University of
Mia mi.
lb i fiance attended the Univer-
sity Of Miami and i- presently
associated with a local financial
institution.
MISS CAROL KOSINBHK
.Jr_) I r i n a a x e
MISS KAKtN MILUR
Karen Miller's
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller, of
Coral Gables, announce the be-
trothal of their daughter. Karen
Nina, to Edwin Harvey Streiter,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Streit-
er, of Chattanooga. Tenn.
A graduate of Coral Gables
High, the bride-elect is majoring
in education at the University of
Miami.
President of Alpha Epsilon Pi
and Hillel. her fiance is taking
pre-med at the University of Chat
tanooga.
Following a June wedding, both
will attend the University of Chat-
tanooga.
THE FAMILY
OF THE LATE
MRS.
YETTA LEVITT
wish to extend their
appreciation to their
friends and neighbors
for the many kind
expressions of sympathy
received in their
recent bereavement.
MR. AND MRS.
MORRIS LEVITT
MR. AND MRS.
SAM LEVIN
MISS FANNIE LEVITT
Mark Allen Gilbert. 8 lbs. n Edward, in the home of Mr. am
o* born, Dec l to Dr and Mrs. Mrv Mdlvin Cl|man Grand
Anhur (Judy Gilbert. 8ioi s\V "1
Ktth Ter. He joins his brother. pnU "* Mr and Mrs- Lou,s G"
Bobby 3'j. and sister, Carolyn 2. man< Mr anrf ^'r>- Sam Seitlir,
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. and great grandmother. Mrs. Jei
Stanley C. Myers, ol Coral Cables, nie (Henry) Seitlin.
and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gilbert, ________
ol Miami Beach.
Daughter, Rareen Leah, born to
Dr. and Mrs. Martin P Rappaport
of New Orleans. Grandparents
are Mr and Mrs Joseph Kappa-
port. 1620 Ba> Kd and Mr. and1
Mrs Morris Cohen, of Miami.
Second ion, Henry Seal, horn
Noi 15, jours 2-year-old brother,
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Friday. December 20, 1963
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MT. SilMj Hospital held Its an
..1 Jubilee Ball Saturdaj
pvei in the Grand Ballroom
df iht ontainebleau Hotel. The
ball 1 norc.l Samuel Gertner,
, director of the bospi
tal, li 5 yean "t tervice. Mi -
gown h .i- .i floor
irmal satin sheath in an
berrj color with -<';:
, bugli and cavier beads
i I'll in floral c. j
Mi \ 11.,., 'i thes chose
; -< ii "I blue With hi-i
b lice i 'V r. el u ith
Goya red silk c
won: bj Mrs \
Iridescent silver i>.
i her bodice in the
d in ..
, tih i r i ,i\., i
. skirl gathered h lo the
Iradil l x.ft fullness ol chi!
Italian >ilk In emerald
. lira Sam Ki\tat -
th< ball Hit :
had a deep v neckln i
front "i her >ki:i i...
Irapi : > it>l* panel.
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dent i
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hAA- dnally known for her
* k \\ ith hospitals i \h
Dettelbach, past presi
the Mounl Si :ai luxill ir
elan I and currci I chair
th>- North E -: iii-'n. i
.: i -piu.l. Her gown was
tharr.jagne-^olored >ilk with a
huh tmpir* waistline detailed
v' ith dtlicate heading. A self-
fabrjc naTow bow with long
.>lrean-rs was on one side of the
waist Her long-sleeved sheath
featured a square cut neckline
Mrs. Louis Sehaffer chose <
. n blue peau de sole with
ymetncallv draped poui
* the side of her v/aist
-ilk brocade was worn h\
.iv id Haber. Her match
porei
:i n
Ikiw .
Whiu
Mrs
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a white mink collar.
Mrs. Philip Simon wore a hot
pink satin man-tailored gown
Her 'i.i piece ensemble tea-
lured .. rtraighl cut long sleeved
jacket ai .1 an overblouse which
.i- brocade I in gold, pink and
ran a rn over a sheath skirt
An emerj green satin sheath
roidered with gold -ciiiuns
Mrs Harrj Lewis
Mrs .i Serbin's bodice tea-
! a beautiful floral applique
iced pink i -uie Mrs
S n i :. i d blue silk
l w nli sat-
beads \ white
' scquined sheath was
Irs Sam Lubj j,. A
Ih the
Mrs .1 ii l i ;i n
k ,
of thi Di ratio
*hu h created a beau
ti.nl i Mr- Roberl /
11 I strapless black \ el
Hadassah Leader
Tours Hospital
M Bett) Kan tor, 1080 NE
:.; th si financial secretarj of
the Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah i in Israel on a II.. ..-
sah Chanuka Tour
on visiting the Hadassah He-
brew Universit) Medical Center
in Jerusalem. Mrs KantOT said
Ih i i had the wonderful ex
perience ol hi-iny at the Medical
Ctnter when children of the Ped-
iatrics Department were celebrat-
ing Chanuka, the Feast of the
Lights, in their lovely playroom."
After touring the Center. Mrs.
K.intor said that "everything we
have seen and heard about the
Medical (enter and Mother and
Child l'a\ ilion is so true "
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vet sheath had a white band of
swirled ruffles at the hemline.
White peuu de soie softly gath-
ered at the waistline was worn
by Mrs. Irving Paul. Mrs. Aaron
PttT'a sleeveless black sheath
was handed with jet buyle beads
around the neckline, fashioned
into a bateau in the front and
dipped to a low V in the back.
Scquined black chantilly lace
was selected for the ball by Mrs.
Sam Luby. Mrs. Samuel Lev-
enson's beaded iced blue satin
had a triangular shaped cape.
lulRS. Leonard A. Wein. chair-
tWt man of the ball, was in a
beaded turquoise satin sheath.
Shell pink satin with a long
headed tunic "was worn by Mrs.
A. C. Fine White chiffon was
the choice of Mrs. Baron de
llirsch Meyer, A wide pannier
was draped across the back and
then dipped low into a cowl
drape. Silver cavier beads form-
ed a deep band around the hod
iii-
Mrs. Samuel Pollock designed
the emerald green satm ensem-
ble which she wore. Her full-
length evening coal featured a
deep yoke which was controlle I
nun ;i modified portrait nek
line. a..(I then v ide i ircular full-
ness, won, over a matching
gow n.
Gla er's blush
h< is iced with crys
tal ca\ ier beads A sih er se-
quined ox rbl to iped Mrs.
Milton Wrinkle's black sheath
Kirt Mi Joseph Fisher chose
.i v lute sequii ed sheath with
.' ( p frin jes ol seed peai Is
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Serving Oade County Over 25 Years
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MISS DtBORAH PARNESS
Miss Rothschild Plans for May
Mr. and Mrs, Oscar Rothschild,
1410 SW )ili SI announce the en-
gagement ol their daughter. Vera
a to Terry Sheldon Bloom,
lie is the son ol Mr. and Mrs. Phil
i lo< m KM SW 15th St.
A grad .. te Ol Miami Senior
High, thi future bri !e is a sen-
i niv rsitj of Florida,
ing in language and arts
Parness, Gottlieb
Engagement Told
Mr and Mrs Harrj Parness, ol
360 So. Hibiscus Dr formerly of
Moi i. tov. ii, N.J., announce the
engagement of their daughter, De-
borah. to Hubert, son of Mr. an.!
Mrs Peter Gottlieb, of New York
Citj
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High and attended
Douglass College in New Bruns-
wick. N..I. She received a degree
from the University of Miami and
attended Columbia Graduate
School in New York City.
The prospective bridegroom at-
tended Fieldstone School and is a
graduate of Rhodes School. He
received his degree from the Uni-
versity of Miami, where he was
president of Sigma Alpha Mu frat-
ernity.
The couple plan a June wedding.
She plans to teach secondary
school, and is a member of the Na-
tional Council of Teachers ot'
English
Bloom is a graduate ol Miami
- or High, now a junior pre med
student at the Universit) ol Flor-
He '..ill attend Medical
iol in September. He is a
ol Mph Epsilon Pi, soc-
ial fraternity, treasurer of Alpha
i ilon Delta, medical honorary
fraternity, and PI Mu, pre-pro-
fessii rial medical fraternit)
A May wedding has been plan-
ned.
Campers, future campers,
parents and staff
Are cordially invited to attend
SKY-LAKE
CAMPS
ANNUAL REUNION
and GET-TOGETHER
Sunday, Dec. 22 at 2 p.m.
at the Casablanca Hotel
6345 Collins Ave., M.B.
Refreshments and
Color Movies to be shown
CAMP DIRECTORS
Ira and Donna Steinmetz
Ph. 624-0692
Sid and Marilyn Greenspan
Ph. Wl 5-6904 or YU 9-2137
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Friday, December 20, 1963
United Fund Over Top With $3,046,895;
Celebration Aboard Jerusalem Thursday
Thursday, Dec. l'J. was tn be
' Day for the United Fund of
}e County. The day celebrates
a, 1963 ramnaien's success in
j. aching S3.04fi.395. or 101.2 jer-
n oi ii't. goal W.uuU.dlW.
{ueen foe Um day and star at-
iction waa to be the SS Jcru
em. renamed Si United Fund
the celebration.
The dav wa to beoin with the
arrival of the Jerusalem on
"riursday morning, fiying me SS
-nited Puna] flag from her mast
l \6 gaily decorated.
'."he vessel waa expected to reach
vernmem Cut around 8 a.m.,
I proceed toward it> docksite at
ami's Pier Three.
he SS United Fund was to be
. seted by two spraying fire boats.
ree Coast Guard vessels and
ier ships in an escort up the
i .innel. The 92-ft. Coast Guard
< ;ter waa to lead the procession
ith its tire hoses also shoutiny.
earns oi water in a nautical
ite
\s i| ; o< eeds up the channel,
ships two bands lining tht
tk were t!> serenade the city.
lite the crew stands at atten-
n. Helicopters were to lower
i; it United Fund torch to the
i p.
At 7 p.m., the same night,
Zm Israei Navigation Company,
_td., was to present the ship to
-e United Fond for the final
ception end dinner. Zim lines
not orly lending the use of
- representing effort during the 1963
campaign were to be presented
According to Akiva Goffer, Flor
la representative tor zim Lines.
the ll.OOO-ti.n vessel made a two
day trip li in New York for the
, vent.
is underwriting the final recep-
tion ana dinner. ^ _()0 f1 |(.n,, n 000ton ,eru.|
Zim Lines has invited 200 ot 9U\tm makes it- : ome port at i
United Fund's top leadership and >iajfa, Israel. Goffer said that'
new.-, media representatives to the /,;ni Lines "'is proud to lend Unit-
event. ( Fund the vessel and underwrite
More than 100 torch awards, the reception and dinner.''
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Tribute presentation to Samuel Gertner, executive director of
Mt. Sinai Hospital, at last Saturday's third annual Jubilee Ball
in the Fontainebleau Hotel is this oil portrait of Gertner pre-
sented to him by Marvin Bostin, assistant director of Mt. Sinai,
on behalf of the hospital personnel. Gertner was honored
for lo years ot service. Otner presentations were maue by
Max Orovitz, on behalf of the Board of Trustees, and Baron
de Hirsch Meyoi for the Founders Club.
Sky-Lcke Camps
Reunion Sunday
ik) Lake (amps, high In the
1 ie Ridge Mountains of North*
-t Georgia, 90 miles from At-
ita. announce their annual camp
jnion and get-together will be
Id Sunday, 2 p.m.. at the Casa-
nca Hotel.
.'o-directors. Ira and Donna
tinmetl and Sid and Marilyn
.-eenspan. plan an alternoon for ?
' finer campers, staff, family and ?
jspective campers. Color films I
11 be shown and refreshment- ?
\ l be served. >
"Sky-Lake is a small, select ?
ce-ed camp catering to children
'cm 6 to 17, locates idealy on
000 acres of forests, lakes and
mountains, for a summer of fun
-trough rn organired camp
;-ogram," the co-directors de-
: ared.
Skj I..:'.' 's pro {ram ha been
Cessioni II; stall d and planned
assurt (hi l each i hild experi*
ea the ile satisfai
1 n ol leel iminer."
Sky-Lake will inaugurate its
camp season with campers
m var i sections ol the coun*
. man\ from the Greater Miami
; ea.
The direct rs will be present at
reunion.
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Pi Lambda Phi Alums to Honor
Dean Weil at Tribute Banquet Dec. 27
Off. CH&IM tSSROG
Dr. Essrog Will
Speak Monday
Dr. Chaim Essrog, director ol
adult education for the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
will be featured speaker ;it ;i sem-
inar entitled -What the Adult Edu-
cated Jew Should Know" sponsor-
ed by the South Florida Federation
of the Union of American Hebrew
t ongragations.
The meeting will be held on
Monday evening, it 1j p in at
Temple Beth Sholom.
A native of Israel, Dr. Essrog
comes from a long line of dis-
tinguished teachers and schol-
ars. His grandfather was the
Chief Rabbi of Galilee. On his
maternal side, he is a member
of a well-known Israeli family
which traces its lineage back to
Yehuda Ha-Nasi, the compiler of
the Mishnah, and the Davidic
Dynasty.
He rect ived his Jewish educa-
tion ami rabbinic training in Is-
European and American
Yeshivot. He holds a Master ol
Science degree from Columbia
University, and Doctor oi Philos
. legree from Harvard Uni-
versity.
V autharit) and consultant in
the lields oi social work, commun-
ity ri latlons and adult education,
he has had extensive experience in
the pulpit, on the" lecture platform,
\ Ision and radio
* PI Lambiia Phi AlumniHasocia-
lion will honor Dr. Joseph Weil,
dean emeritus of the College of
I ginecring or the University ol
Florida.
A tribute banquet has been plan-
ned bj the Miami grdup al Chand-
ler's Restaurant on Dec. 2". ac-
cording to Louis G, Wechsler,
fraten itj p esident, an some 500
i ii ators, Icilow alumni and lead-
ing citizens are expected to at
lend
Dean Weil was one ol the first
ientists in the nation in i!>30 to
xplorc the possibilities of local
inj; storms by means oi radio
static direction finders, lie later
directed a study utilizing land-
h;.-ed radar for hurricane fore-
casts, which led to the establish-
ment of the present mcteorologi
(al radar forecasting network lit
Flon a
He Joined the staff of the I'm
versit) ol Florida in 1921 at the
age oi LM and has, in the past 30
years, br ighl Ihe school into
prominence in both the electronics
nd met< al lields.
Hebrew lessons
i. i ej l.. "i 1511 SW 5th \\< .
is now teaching modern
Hebrew for beginners, intermed-
and advanced student" Lea
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Participating in the advance
arrangements for the banquet
are a number of professional
and civic leaders and officials of
the American Technion Society.
heac"ed by Leo Rutstein, South-
ern regional director. Dr. Weil
was respen !!:le for fettir-j up
the ruclear reactor at Technion
Israel's Institute of Technol-
ogy, and helped to establish a
curriculum of studies in Nuclear
Research at the engineering
school.
The past national president of
Pi Lambda Phi, Norman Silver
man. of New York City, will make
r special trip to Miami Beach per-
il., to presi iit a national cita-
tion ti tli- outstanding sciential
Silverman heads an engineering
linn m New York.
i
A hishliehl ol the Tribute pro
mam will be establishment ol a
Dean Joseph Weil Scholarship
Fund for a deserving -indent in
i ngincering.
From Gainesville will come BO
young students to pay tribute to
Ihe educatoi and friend who has
acted as iheir undergraduate
chapter supervisor for 38 years at i
the university. Fred Lane is chap
ter president.
Banquet chairman is Dr. Myron
Coulton, and Paul Marks, presi-;
dent ol Flagler Federal, was
designated as toastmaster.
Tribute Honor Committee in-
cludes Judge Irving Cypen, Ar
tliur Courshon, Jack Courshon Al
vin C'assel. Maurice C'romer. Uen-|
Buchanan Scores
Easy Triumph
T. A. Buchanan is sheriff ol
Dade County. Buchanan easily de-
feated his Republican challenger
for the office on Tuesday in what,
has been described as the worst |
voter turnout in the county's his-
tory.
Buchanan receive I 25,3i votes
to triumph over his opponent.
Fred A. Phillips, of Hialeah,
11.804.
net! Feldman. Miehael B, Gold- up of the active alumni and f-
-lein, Iiill Jordan. Joseph M. Lip- fjcexs. Named to serve are Max
len F. Albert Pallot, Arnold Hub- Hapcn. .Morris Fulerniek, La <
in and Leonard Wein. Mizraeh, Harry Rosen, Dr. Mi
Wechsler announced an Arrange- ael Gutman. Arthur Sheldon i
ments Committee would Ik- made .fames Kaufman.
Fo- Elegant Functions
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llf w.|l reflect >our good taste.
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(lawless service, haute cuisine.
Mom Kin;;, his Stradivarius,
and his strolling violinists
with songs of main lands.
Plus the song stylings of
Herb George at the piano bar.
For dinner, for supper, and 'til 3 a.m.
Reserve for our
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Saturday nichl >. violins and
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Sundaj nigh! shore dinners
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Friday, December 20. 1353
Candidates Eye January Contests
Following is a list of candidates who will be running for office
Btffct January:
Joseph A. Boyd Jr.
"In the hope of continuing to
srve the people of Dade County,
1 am announcing my candidacy
tor reelection to the Dade County
Commission from District 3.'" Jos-
eph A. Boyd Jr., declared here.
Boyd said that "since being
elected to this office in 1958, 1
have attended over 9d percent of
lhc meetings, and have worked
diligently to secure new park
lites, now expressways, bridges,
new industry, sea port, improved
air port facilities, and improve-
ment of tourist industry."
Boyd pointed to his "experience
gaine.i as chairman of the com-
mission, which should enable me
to contribute more fully than
ever hofor.- to the services of this
community "
Alex S. Gordon
Metro Commissioner Alex A.
Gordon has announced he will be
a candidate tor the District 5 com-
m^siorers po>t in the .Ian 28
< .. [ I ion
Gordon, a former FBI special
, gent who served with the Bureau
m '.939 to 1945. is the fust
inti Ek .h- resident ever to head
Dade County Commission, on
-. he h...- served since 1958.
During his five years as a com-
missioner. Gordon has served as
chairman ot the budget commit-
tee for three \ears. He also has
served as chairman of the Airport
Committee, and his supporters
s^ "he has taken an active role
in maintaining the financial stabil-
ity and advancement of Interna-
ttonal Airport."
In announcing nis decision to
file for reelection from District 5, i
Gordon said that "numerous |
lnends have urged me to run for!
the newly-created post of mayor,
hut I am convinced I can best
further such previously-initiated
programs of tax reform, improv-
ed roads, beautification, sewers
;,nd water facilities and an ex-
panded industrial and tourist de-
Lunch Policy
At Chandler's
Lou Rubu.. owner of Chandlers
m-staurant on Miami Beach, an-
nounced that starting Jan. 2
( handler's v ill he open to the pub-
lic for lunch.
Rubin decided to institute the
i c w luncheon policy "at the in-
sistence of many local business
and professional men and women,
who prefer lunching in quiet ele-
gance."
"Chrjdler s lunch policy." says
Runin, "is flexibly designed to fit
the average local business person
Who can either dine quickly or en-
joy a leisurely meal without pres-
i-ure. Executives will be able to
n.eet and entertain their clients
for lunch and discuss business
matters or just relax."
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
MEN
we know what she wants
and
WE HAVE IT!
Corsets Robes Lingerie
CORAL CORSETIERE
3550 Coral Way, Miami
velopment program for all Dade
as a commissioner representing
the entire county."
Gordon is a former municipal
judge of Miami Shores, but his'
election to the County Commission
in 1958 marked his first move for
public office. He was reelected
in 1962.
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Ralph R. Poston
Ralph R. Poston, native-born
Miamian and president of Poston
Bridge & Iron Inc.. has announced
that he will run for Metro Com-
missioner for District 8. 1'oMon,
40. declared that "it is time lead-
ers in industry sought posts on
the Metro Commission, and work-
ed together to improve Miami's
industrial climate."
He decried the tendency in
many circles to tinker with Metro,
and predicted that "unless further
steps are taken immediately not
only to attract new industry here,
hut to keep the industry we have.
Dade County will become a second
Class area when the permanent
population icaches 1 million.
"Tourism alone cannot support
the area." he said. "We must
have industrial parks with suit-
able buller areas to lure industry
and provide needed jobs." he'
a;, ded.
The candidate has been a resi-
dent of Dade County all his life
except for a four-year hitch in the
.Navy during World War II, which
included 19 months in the South!
Pacific.
He lives at 6282 SW 133rd St.,
with his wife, Carolyn. They
have three children.
i
Hughlan Long
County Commissioner Hughlan
Long qualified Tuesday from Dis-
trict 7 as a candidate for one of'
the nine county-wide commission
seats.
Long, a 48-year-old South Miami
attorney, was elected to the Dade
Board of County Commissioners
lrom the South Dade District in
May, 1962.
A graduate of the University of
Miami Law School and a 31 year
resident of Dade County, Long is
a former assistant state attorney,
city attorney for South Miami,
and field deputy for the Florida
Industrial Commission.
Long is the chairman of the
Metro Water and Sewer Board
Committee on the present county
commission.
Two of his major goals as a
county commissioner, he said,
have been "for better county
roads and a unified county water
system." Long's supporters say
"he is credited with having a
major role in obtaining 42 percent
of the entire county road budget
for the South Dade District 4."
Many of the major arteries in
South Dade are scheduled for im-
provement within the next year."
He is a member of the Ameri-
can. Florida and Dade Bar Asso-
ciations, the Fraternal Order of
Police and a past governor of the
South Miami Moose Lodge.
Married and the father of two
daughters, are married, Commis-
sioner Long lives at 5900 SW 82nd
St.
r>
Herbert J. Hoodwin
Herbert J. Hoodwin, Miami en-
gineer and active civic leader, has
announced his candidacy for the
Metropolitan Dade County Com-
mission, seeking the post from the
newly created District 7.
He immediately launched a
campaign to give the Commission
a "new look." and promised to
use his professional training and
business experience "to the bene-
fit of the people of Dade County."
The candidate said that "on No
vember 5 the people of Dade
County voted, in fact, to get rid
of the current County Commis-
sion and to put the county's house
in order. I believe qualified pro-
fessional and businessmen can
give the people the representation
they deserve."
The 42-year old engineer has
been a resident of Dade County:
since 1925. coming here with his
parents from Illinois, when he was
four years old.
Now married and the father of,
five children, Hoodwin and his
wife, Mary Ellen, live at 1407 Fer-
dinand St.. Coral Gables.
Hoodwin for ten years was with
the City of Miami as both a struc-
tural designer for the city's Build-
ing Department, and for four and
one-half years as an engineer with
the Building Department. He also
served as secretary of the Build-
ing Board of Examiners and Ap-
peals, was coordinator of the Bus-
iness Policy Committee, and from
1953 to 1955 was chief examiner
of the City of Miami's Civil Ser-
vice Board.
A naval veteran of World War
II, Hoodwin now is a consulting
engineer and heads his own linn
He is a member of Beth David
Congregation,
Winston W. Wynne
"After studied and careful delib-
eration, I have decided to qualify
for the office of Mayor of Metro-
politan Dade County," Winston W.
Wynne announced here.
Wynne said that "in a large
sense the decision was made for
me on Nov. 5, when the citizens
of Dade voted overwhelmingly for
the changes in the commission
size and structure, which I ad-'
vocated and strongly recommend-;
ed throughout Dade County. Af-'
ter recommending the changes, I
could not, in good conscience, ig-
nore the many kind people who
have urged me to qualify."
Wynne believes that "the
changes that the voters have made
remove from Metro the shackles
and sectionalism which have thus
far prevented attainment of its
true goals.
"Important progress is now pos-
sible. It will not occur merely'
by the changes instituted in size
and structure of the commission.;
It will require understanding of;
the original concept of Metro andj
knowledge of the forces that have;
sought and will continue to scekj
means of defeating all efforts to
implemented the concept."
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icy, December 20, 1963
imed Tenor
hard Tucker
Temple Judea
Ithcugh the" rld'. Rrealest
r. jsee pay their top fen to
hard Tucker for' declaiming
i -lonate tenor outbursts of
+JmUti fhrktar
Page 13-B
H
Don Jose. Puccini's Ro
(I \erdi's Duke of Man-
world-renowned
i
me
singer.
4 to 1
Ies on
Temple Ju Gabfel on Dec. 29. con^id-
lonini the 5,000year-old Me-
diants of the synagogue
hit an e\cn greater artistic
physical cliallenge.
Iickcn who Started singing at
of six as a boy alto m the
f Street Synagogue on Nev
[k Lower Eatl Side, and
rkc' Iks way to Conservative
Eb inn's top cantorial post be
:,,! bia operatic career,
> denies that there is any
[ference between the two
singing
[The melodies you sing have
i hatever '" do with vocal
ii.- he points out. "There
]i one voeaj approachthe
'i
i n ordained cantor, Tucker
k .11 opera and concel l en
I nts twice a year to offii
highest paid minister
at the fall High Hoi)
prln l'.i sovi r obsen
.1 a N ading Chicago s> na
|ue
I ill known to the largi
u! hum .leu ish music lov
Tding to Tucker. "i- the
\ iusIj intricate and high
I lual literature that com
i antor' repertoire l
i cti d about i.''i"' prayers,
l them in manuscript, and
ardlj scratched the sur
linker declare*
rkin Joins Law Firm
T law firm of Harris and Rob
Dade Federal Building.
i, announces that Joshua a
rkin h;i- become associated with
i 'ii.
RICHARD JVCKIR
Menorah Going
On Courthouse?
County Commissioner Chuck
Hall on l ii< sdaj recommei led u,
the com mi -ion that a Chanuka
'i lie placed nexi year ad-
jacent t.i Ihe cross annual!} af
fixed i" the front of the Dade
out tj Courth >u-c during the
Christmas season,
iiall said the menorah would
'that we recognize all reli
gions 'M equal importance The
recommendation was referred in
Count) Mai agi r Irving McXayr
and iln- Communit) R< lal ions
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Addresses by Arthur Harry
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iD-Fla.i and Rabbi Leon Kronish,
a? well as an interest packed for-
um on human, rights, with ,.fcra,t-
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will highlight a memorial tribute
Sunday night to President Ken
nedy.
The program, free and open to
the public, will be held at Bay-
front Park Auditorium. It starts
at 8 p.m.
Participating in the Human
Rights Forum will be Jack Gor-
don. John O. Brown. Herbert
Ileiken, Elizabeth Virrick. Col.
Frank Dumbaugh. Fr. Theodore
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Gibson. George A. Simpson and
Rabbi Kronish.
The Kennedy Memorial will cul-
minate Human Rights Week, as
i well as bring down the curtain so
far as Greater Miami is concern-
ed on the nation's 30 days of
The Council of Jewish Women
' is one of the latest organizations
to enlist in preparing for Sunday
mourning proclaimed by President
Johnson foliowing President Ken-
nedy's assassination.
Irving Shindler is general chair-
man of the groups which have
joined together to sponsor the
memorial by forming In* Asso-
ciated Organizations for Human
liights. Jack Bell. Miami Herald
columnist, will serve as program
chairman io introduce a virtual
"Who's Who" of Greater Miami,
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Friday, December 20. 1963
Jordan Gilbert
Bruce Bergcr
Marilyn Goldfarb
Barton Berger
Jeffrey Mazor
Leonard feldman
Phillip Bennett
J^jar
Barry Sedlik
ibbi David Rosenfeld will or-
ate at the Bar Mitzvah of Bar
Sedlik during sen Ices al I
Granada on Saturday morning,
C, 21.
-on of Mr. and Mrs. Na
lik. Barry is an eighth grade
lent at Kinloch Park Junior
.h. He plan.- to major in
ence following the footsteps ol
- brother. Earl.
Parents of the Bar Mitzvah will
nor him at an Oneg Shabbat on
daj evening and at the Kid-
h on Saturday.
I
Jordan Gilbert
/ening services, 5 p.m., on Sat-
lay, Dec. 21, at Beth Torah
.1 include the Bar Mitzvah of
:dan Gilbert, with Rabbi Max
;)schitz officiating,
-on of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gil-
rt, Jordan is in the eighth
ade at North Miami Junior
in.
"-"ollowing the ceremony, a re-
ption and dinner will be held at
Fontainebleau Hotel in honor
the celebrant.
*
Dick Horn
m Saturday morning. Dec. 21.
.Ok, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
rn, an.l grandson of Philip Ilor-
-lein and Mr. and Mrs. David
cissberg, will be Bar Mitzvah
Temple Zion, with Rabbi Al-
. d Waxman officiating.
Dick, an eighth grade student
West Miami Junior High, plays
. mpet in the concert and march-'
! band in school. He plans to
. r.tinue hi* studies in the Tcm-
Zion Confirmation Class,
Phillip Bennett
in Saturday morning. Dec. 21.
I :bbi Morris A. Skop will of-
iate at the Bar Mitzvah of Phil-
I. Bennett at Temple Beth
rah
Phillip i- a student at Palmetto
|ior High, and hi< outside in-
: rests include baseball
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ben-
t. 13211 SW 83rd Ave., the cclc-
ant will be honored at the Oneg
Ehabbal on Friday evening and
the Kiddush following the Bar
/\ah.
Bruce Berger
abbi Norman \. Shapiro will
.:;ciate at the Bar Mitzvah Ol
ice D ivid Berger during si i
Satui laj moi nil Dec. 21,
lleth David.
Bruce is the son oi Mr. an I Mrs.
vard Berger. 2115 sw 23rd St..
. Mr, and Mi Sam
edman.
An eighth grade student at
Fhenandoah Junior High, the cele-
brant is active in sports and plays
cornet in the school band,
K tdush in honor of the Bar
Mitzvah will follow the ceremony
Gail Simon
Celebration pi the Bas Mitzvah
of Gail Ann Simon will be held
curing Saturday morning services
00 Dec. 21 at Temp!.- .ludca Rab
bi Mordecai Podel will officiate.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
mour simon. 3309 Anderson Rd..
Gail i- an eighth grade honor roll
student at Ponce Junior High and
plays saxophone m the symphonic
band She also studies modern
darning and the piano and has
jiven recitals in both.
Mr and Mrs. Simon will host
the Kiddush In honor of the cele-
brant.

Lawrence Kramer
Beth David will he the site Ol
the Bar Mitzvah of Lawrence Mil-
ton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford,
Kramer, during services conduct-
ed by Rabbi Norman N Shapiro
on Saturday morning. Dec. 21
An eighth grade student at
Shenandoah Junior High. Law
rence enjoys fishing and boat-
ing.
...
Leonard Feldman
Bar Mitzvah of Leonard Fold-
man will be observed on Saturday
morning. Dec. 21. at Temple Nor
Tamid. with Rabbi Eugene Labo-
\itz olficiatn
A former student of the He-
brew Academy, Leonard now at-
tends Nautilus Junior High and
the Temple's Religious School.
Son of Mrs. Jean Feldman and
the late Herman Feldman. the
celebrant will be honored at a
ion following 8 e r v i c e s.
i Iparents are Mr. and Mrs,
Louis Feldman and Mr. and Mrs.
B. F. Stolinsky.
Jeffrey Mazor
Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate
at the Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey, son
01 Mr. and Mrs. C. Samuel Mazor,
at Temple Emanu-EI on Saturday
morning, D > 21.
Jeffn j an eighth grade stu-
dent al bi., M Fislur Junior High,
where he plays cornet in the
school band. He v. as an award
winner in the Dado Count) Science
Fair and is interested in ad-
vanced mathematics, electronics
and amateur radio
The celel rant w ill be h
it a Kiddush following the cere-
mony. Guests will include his
paternal grandmother, Mrs. Beila
Mazor, and maternal gran..father,
Saul Zabow.
Jerome Siesholtz
On Saturday morning, Dec. 21,
Rabbi Simon April will officiate
at the Bar Mitzvah of Jerome
Siesholtz at Beth Moshe Congre
gatjon.
A student of (he congregation's
Hebrew School and at North Mi
ami Beach Junior High, the cele-
brant p!a> violin in the school
on hestra
Sou ol Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Siesholtz, Jerome will be honored
at the Kiddush in Popiel social
Hall following the i< remony.
Marilyn Goldfarb
Friday evening services, Dec. 20.
at r.eih David, conducted by Rab
bi Norman \. Shapiro, will in-
clude the Bas Mitzvah of Marilyn
Fornian, daughter Of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Goldfarb
Marilyn, in the eighth grade at
Deerborne School, is the recipient
ol an outstanding scholarship cer-
tificate and was voted best all
round girl at school. One of her
poem- has been published in the
National High School Poetry An-
il, o!og\. and -he received an hon
Liable mention from the Ford Fu-
ture Scientists Of America. Out
Side interests include swimming.
dancing and playing the piano.
Following services, Mr. and
Mrs. Goldfarb will host the Oneg
Shabbat in their daughter's hon-
91
Barton Berger
Barton, son of Mr. and Mrs Al
vin Berger, Liberty. NY. and
grandson ol Mr. and Airs. Walter
Ber ;er, 140 SW 52nd Ave., will
te his Bar Mitzvah on Sat
ui .i> morning, Dee 21. Rabbi
l avid Rosenfeld will officiate at
the ceremony during services al
il.: Vr Granada Jewish Center.
The celebrant is an eighth grade
student at Liberty High. Active
in i thletii -. he's an outstanding
baseball player and a member ol
the Police Athletic League.
The Bar Mitzvah will be honor-
ed at the Kiddush following ser-
\ ces and at a luncheon at West-
brooke Country Club.
in- maternal gran parents. Dr.
: nd Mrs Harry Oidim, will be
i. c from Liberty for the occt>
Lk"a Epelbaum
I .;. Mitzvah oi Lidla, daugh-
ter Of Mr. and Mrs Sholem Epel-
b. urn. Will be celebrated Saturd.iv
D-.orning, Dep. 21. at Temple
Fmai u Kl. with Dr. Irving Lehr-
man officiating.
An advareed -tiidcnt in all -ub-
i, ,!-. l.idia i- a sixth grade stu-
dent at Central Beach Elementary
School, sue also studies pia.no,
and her hobby 11 -tamp collect-
ing.
A reception al the Embassy Res-
i. urani will tollov the c< remony.
Allan Kaplan
Earl) morning services at the
elite Center, conducted by
Rabbi Shmaryahu T Swlrsky, will
include the Bar Mitzvah of Allan
Kaplan oi: Saturday, Dec. 21.
A seventh grade student at
Shenandoah Junior High, where
he participates in Varsity sports,
the celebrant i- a student at the
Center.- Religious School.
\!r and Mr- Bernard Kaplan
will honor their SOU at the One,
Shabl al on ln.la> evening, the
Kiddush on Saturday and a din-
ner at the Royal Hungarian Res-
taurant at night.
Allen is the grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Chiel Chiel i- a
past president of Beth El Congre-
gation in Miami. Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, of Beth El will be honor-
ed guest at the Bar Mitzvah cere-
mony and celebration.
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day.
December 20, 1963
* U*i*.t> FhrkMan
jsician, 55,
jsses Away
L Fieischmin, of 18410 Nw
",u. died horc Tueidaj ;ii
, lie succumbed i<>
f^ri attack.
ian, ha ;'- conductor
town < rcheatra ;it the Cinema
|,,t which openi tot the win-
triilay and "ill dedicate Its
|, ,, son to Hun.
I Fleischman, who lived
two years, was also a corn-
er and playwright. He began
study of violin at an early
and was a graduate of the
ll.ard School of Music.
popular Jewish songs in-
Papirossen" and "Shir
. .. lie also composed
L,. i's mv Child?" ami -The
f. i- Aiviivs Greener."
was a member of the Society
I ~r, Composers and Amen
,.iy nf Composers, Au-
and Publishers.
Irviving are his wife. Essie
tighter -nil mother. Services
. Brooklyn.
-eer
ii ~
S. WfXlfff
irvey Thai, 46
>s in Crash
i -.. Thai, >. brother "f Ed-
Sidne; and Leonard Thai,
i j ol the Epicure Mar-
I ..nu Beach and Surfcide,
| the jel crash Sunda)
[i c B in Elkton, Md.,
ik thi lives of the 81 pas
i\ .,ni crew members.
|l an amateur golfer, was
rntng from a tournament in
Juan, Puerto Rico, when the
. American World Airways
ne crashed. He was in the
,.| food business in Philadel-
k ard Chester, Pa., and lived
|l359 Indian Creek Dr., Wyn-
od, Pa.
of five .-oils of Mrs. Jennie
fcnson, of the Morton Towers.
i Beach, and Philadelphia.
was i frequent visitor here.
addition to Ins mother and
,i rs, Thai is survived by his
Beatrice; three children. Jel
Karen and Patty, and an
brother, Mervin.
(vices were held in Pcnnsyl
Humorist Will
Appear Here
Well-known humorist S. Wexler
will present a program before the
Golden Hum Club No. l at the
Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 25
Washington Ave on Saturday,
Dee 21, .it 7:30 p.m.
in addition to Wexler, addition-
al artists will participate in the
festive evenin
Tickets for the evening are
i Wexler at 1007
Mi ridian Ave.
I | ..', and attractive gift as
ill be .. copper etching
P ;, viton, depicting
the ten comi nents.
Dinners to Fete
Bar Mitzvah
out of town relatives expected
here ihis weekend to celebrate the
c< i r d dinners in honor of
the Bar Mitzvah ol Bruce David,
ron of Mr. and Mrs. Howarl B.'
Berger, Include:
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Berger and
children, Sheila and Richard,
Pittsburgh; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Rosenberg and children, Mark.
David and Rochelle, McKeesport,
Pa ; Mrs. Morn-. Levj and chil-
dren, Ross and Karen. McKees-
port; and Mr. and Mr-. Vfliton
Berger si Petersburg. Also here
: eal aui t an I uncle from St.
Louis, Mr. and Mrs. William
Greet span.
Mr and Mrs. Sam I'reedman,
".41 SW 22nd Ter., grandparents
u| the celebrant, will host a din-
ner Friday evening, and on Sun-
day. Mr. and Mrs Carl Pont,
Bruce's aunt and uncle, will have
.i dinner at their home.
Two-Ycar-Olds
To Race Here
i idi liai
. ., Hi. :
i (hu-i sir.
Mia '- ii
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Page 14-A Klewisti nurkfian Friday. December 2C. 1963 Parents' Guide to Children for Holiday Season Rabbinical yC?sociation of Greatin conflict with his freedom of mas gifts to our Christian friends, er Miami this week issued "A Guide conscience. Our early American However, it is not appropriate to for Jewish Families Regarding forebears came to these shores prescnt Christmas gifts to Jews. Christmas. The Guide was isprecisely for the opportunity to sued by Rabbi Solomon Schiff. worship God according to the dicpresident. on behalf of the Associtates of their hearts, ation. who explained that 'the Guide is in response to many inWhat about th. Christmas tr*? quirics by countless Jewish famThe Christmas tree is distincllies in the community." reefing them not to participate? children most if they 1' accept diversity in the ranks # of Jewry .;i normal condition in the Amer ican environment: (2i know ao understand the thinking of respolr sible Jewish leadership and recog nize that most parents are anxiouShould Jewish children participate in Christmas plays in public schools? Js>o. The classroom is one among to follow it: and (3) assure Jlgr %  i .K„ children that despite the paitici many places which reveal the %  i.s. -ktwJI existence of differences. ther our children's personal till' Hin**ivi **•* — %  .... pation of some Jewish children We fur|(>wjsh | ea ders have taken a Strafe our children s personal p0:; i t j on f or non-participation in growth and maturity by teaching observances of a holiday not their No Christmas plays generally them that they can respect the ^ and tha this |, also their ..r V.....O.....O MV .o v........^ i .faith of their neighbor without cmi(i llies in the community. tively a Christmas symbol. Since i portray religious ihemes which hracjn „ (nat faith yVe can clearly Among questions the Guide anChristmas is for Christians, the have no place in a public school. mgrk \ hcsc differences bv such swers are the following: Christmas tree is appropriate for j On the other hand, some schoo,s s j mn i e statements as'This is what Isn't Christmas a national holiChristians only. The Christmas hold a so-called 'Winter Festival" day which all Jows can obtree has no place in the Jewish in which an attempt is made to serve in good conscience? home, nor should any Jewish child avoid all religious connotations. Banks and government agencies be compelled to participate in obBut it is exceedingly difficult to do close, but above all things servances involving C h r i t m a s draw the distinction. If the parChristmas is a major Christian trees. ; ent feels that the performance is simple statements as "This is what I we do" and •'This is what we do not do." holy day which celebrates the birth ol Jesus, the Christian Messiah. To suggest to our Christian friends that Christmas is anything else would be presumptuous. Christmas is not In the same cate. rj as Thanksgiving Day. Fourth free of all religious overtones. Should Jewish children particichildren may certainly participate, pate in Christmas parties in What about other Jewish chi 1 dren who participate in Christmas observances in the public school? There are now. as there always Should Chanuka be celebrated In the public schools? No. To do so violates the Coi-litution. uses the taxpayer's money for sectarian purposes and jeopardizes the principle of the separation of church and liatt, without which there can he no r> ligious freedom Should Jewish children sing have been, parents who do not ac _. • a. ft %  •_ __1 — :_• ,.l* ^nrnnni'lllll Christmas rarols? the public schools? Christmas parties have no place, in the public schools. Parents No. Carols, being religious should request that their children I hvmns. do not belong in the public ," ,. 1 ,:i,i_,„, ... narlirinate i Decoration Day or any ^ participating in scho() Jewish children should not „:,,,"' American holiday. Since we |)(1 „,.,,, „, Bi „ whicn Chris, •> > ';" !" | J on lo not regard Jesus as savior, we cmb0(|y ., lheolog they do no( Is it approoriate to give gifts accept. to Christian friends? it is appropriate to give Christcan not in good conscience observe ristmas To do so is to violate our religious principles. Do we harm our children by diWould not the entire problem be solved in tne public school by joint Christmas and Chanuka celebrations? fa No. It ia t diction of th stitution t" observe sn> -ictarian bolide) in the public school, he it ioinl observance or oth r vise W do not correct an error bj cornJewish parents will help their pounding the er ror. ccpt the viewpoint of responsible Jewish leadership. The) I" <>' eed on their own when they permit fuses tin' children 11 p irenta who do follow the thoughtful recom mendations ol Jewish leadership. How Do Christian Clergymen and the Responsible Christian Laiety Regard the Problem? Responsible Christian leaders bemoan the perversion of the Christmas season and are trying to do something about it. Christian clergymen and laymen constantly speak out against the commercialization of the Christmas celebration. It is a religious holiday, and :ld be regarded as such. Would it not be the better part of discretion to "go along" with our Christian neighbors, even if it means observing Christmas? No matter involving violations of strong religious convictions can be regarded ..trivial or minor. The true spirit of Americanism compel anyone to act Emaim-EI Plans Caribbean Cruise Temple Emanu F.l of Miami Beach, and its affiliated groups planning a one-week cruise Jan. 11 to 18. on the Zim liner, SS Ji rusalem Stops will be made Ban Juan and St. Thomas where erchandise may be purchased. • up to 1 A percentage of the value of all tickets purchased will go to the ple'i redecorating project. Reservations for the trip, which I>:\ and Mrs. Irving Lehrman will join, may be made at Zim Lines, 407 Lincoln Rd.. or any travel ent. Participating groups of the Temple include Sisterhood, Mrs. Alexander Kogan. president; PTA. Mrs. Robert Frank, president; Brotherhood, Michael Sossin. president. COINS BOUGHT, SOID and APPRAISED Sidney W. Smith-Rare Coins', 2512 BiSCAYNE BLVD. FR 7-120CH *^WVV W* **V*>^i'*VW'i


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Page 6-B *. o* #*rar\ n PTA of the Hebrew Academy will hold ils third annual theatr %  party al the Sheridan Theatre o Tuesday evening. Featured wffl % %  the new extravaganza, "it'.s a Mad. Mad. Mad n orld.' According to Mrs. Bernard Basuicky, chairman oi the He brew Academy Libtary, "but we hope U) make it a >..nc worfij through books." And books will De t.ie principal beneficiaries of tae lues day nighl function, which is tli oniy tund-raisng afiar that till Hebrew Academy PTA is author iced to run throughout the year. 100 Percent Increase At present, we haw over 7.1)00 hooks in the Hebrew Academy Library. Mrs. Bastacky explained, "and we are proud that it is one of the finest libraries for children in this area." She cited Miss Betty I.iinnen. head of school libraries for Dade County, as authority for her e\ aluatkra. Mrs Melvin Rosenoaum Is the Academy's librarian for the past five years, which has grown a whopping 100 percent since the Academy moved into its new q tarters at 2-ilM) Pine Tree Dr. Mrs. Bastacky, a mother of four children at the day sen, i Siuuenis ot the Academy read in the Hebrew Academy Library. Left to right are Gila Berger. Miriam Greenberg, Laurel Martin. said thai the library today "primarily stocks books for chi of elementaiy and junior high age." Th s in< ludi s reference works on each level in the fields ''i I terature. math >mat Rabbi Alder Gross, principal ol the Ai ad eniy. he brought back some 600 books in Heb few. "In 1!>64. we hope to uet a good start on our ew library," he explained Ultimately, Rabin Gross envisions a library of Judaica at the Hebrew Academy, including i ; I a ilium. Shuh nan Oi ch and Tanach, as well as ei ral works on philosopy, One of the .ways the Academy has oi espdtiding its Hebrew library! in addition to the outright purchase of books, is through membership in the Beth Hana-d Library Fund, originally founded by the late Israel Preside.it It? Dak Ben-Zvi, and today headed by his widow, Rachel Ben-Zvi, and President* Zaiman Shisar. "What we do is to make available to Israel funds for an English library in an ifnlfiigranl camp there. In return, they tend us books in Hebrew." Mrs. Bastacky said that the PTA has high hopeof this year's theatre party giving a Significant push to the expansion of the Hebrew Academy Library. But there are simple and verj personal ways," she pointed out, "in which individuals in the community ma) contribute lo this project." Gifts are Helpful she said that single volumes en up to the largi st number of books m-.\\ ipresented to the library as a gift in memorj ol a belo\ ed one a ho has hist pass "i away, on the occasion of the birthdaj ol a ion or daughter, or m the form ol a "gel well -<•tine. The Ai ademy PTA has pre '*&, MRS. BtRSARD BASTACt' pared special "Happy Bin \ in Memory' and Gi l Wt cards for all thi se oei %  |i ad I ton. there is a simple %  < "nn1 illations" card wh i the presentation of a b okin honor ol ai ral i \ ent. All gifta, whethei a or main bonk-, have i ook plate Installed on I cover with thnan • i and do. lee Inscribe i Notables to Be At Bar Mitzvah Here Saturday Reception and dinner at the Fontainebleau Hotel will follow the evening Bar Mitzvah of Jordan, .-on of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gilbert, on Saturday night. I list includes many people prominent in the civic, philanthropic and business community: Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rivkind, Mr! and Mrs. Win-ton Wynne. Countv Commissioner, Mr and Mrs. SherWinn, executive vice presiBalmoral Hotel. Mr. and Mrs Ken Guernsey, former present. Internal il Rotay, ard Mrs. Thomas Sasso, Rep Maude and l• I'epper. Mr. and Jame MacDonald, Mayor Art er, Mr. and Mrs BurVoun 5, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Attorney Richard Gerstein, Mr. and Mrs. William %  Ir. and Mrs. Samuel H i a n. %  ill be Bar Mitzvah Sat ng al Beth Torah, FOR THE H0LMAYS HAVl A CUSTOM TABU PAD I ARROW TABLE PAD CO. | F F M Fs-.im.i?r nrt *Mmples "j .->t Yoer Home Call I HARRIET NABUTOVSKY FR 3-1591 1924 S.V 8>h ST. ] FHN:$MED MIUYI a -COND TICNED 1-Bedroom Aparlments V/clk to Burdine's. Pool. Newer neighborhood. All cniy?ted, nov/ beina decorated. S -':in or Yearly. Mrs. langp, Apt. Ho. 3 1421 NE 171st ST. Ph. 949-1136 ——~————— %  -, ,, mtm YOUNG WIDOW NEEDS ROOM ON MIAMI BEACH Year round with day care for 19-month-oie baby while mother works. Write to Bertha, e/o Jewish F'oridian, Box 3973 Miami, Pla., 33101 NOW OPEN BILL'S MIAMI LAKES BAR3ER SHOP Lake Patricia Shopping Center 13917 N.W. 67th AVENUE Phone 821-7322 %  %  + I* I* I* i* I* 1 4 %  ^r.*****^***,*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 17th SEASON FOR BOYS and GIRLS from 7 to 17 Herman and Harry Popkin ai Atlanta. tin., and BLUE STAR CAMPS Memdertionrille, Xorth Carolina extend Chanukc Greetings and Best Wishes to Our Many Florida Friends, Former Campers and Staff, and Cordially lnv,te those from the Greater Miami Area, Hollywood, Palm Beach, Ft. lauderdale, Coral Gables, etc (even if they have not been to Camp before) lo join us tor either o' our ANNUAL GET-TOGETHERS Dec. 22EIJ Dupont Plaza Hotel, Miami 23nl Hollywood Beach Hotel SIXIUAV. or MONDAY. Dee. New Campers 1 30-3 P.M. 130-3 P.M. • SOUND COLOR FILM • REFRESHMENTS • FELLOWSHIP • HEAR OUR NEW CAMP RECORD • RENEW CAMP FRIENDSHIPS • SHARE OUR PLANS FOR 17th SEASON Former Campcs 3 4;30 P M. 3 4.30 P.M. A PREVIEW OF THINGS TO COME A new, seven-acre lake (our second) is under construction and will be ready for use in 1964 for our expanded Waierfroi.t Program. Come, hear the plars BLUE STAR has ELEVEN* EXCITING AND CREATIVE PROGRAMS FOR 1964 or write to o.r FUU-TIME .inter H00 CRESCENT AVE^NI!. ATU*T, OA. 3030,. P ho ne 404-S72-472, MOShore Dr.ve East. Miami, Fla. Ph. FR 1-82C5 53 6 rStSfiEL M9 HARRY KAPLAN ', Hollywood, Fla. Ph. WA 2-1162 1 & 'OUR ELEVEN UNIQUE and CHALLENG.NG PROGRAMS FROM JUNE 7 AUG. 18 for 1964 ARE: PiOXtiKll VtSUj* (1) Graces 2nd thru 6tS for 2 Weeks -4 Weeks6 Weeks Full Season PIONEER HOYS (2) Grades 2nd thru 6th for2Weeks 4W. :.8 W ks Fulls ,n SEXIOIl 0iiRLH (3) Grades 7th thru 9t!i tor2 Weeks. 4 W < ks 6 Weeks Full Season %f;\fO#f BOYS (4) Grades 7th thru 9th for**eek-4Weeks6 Weeks Fun 8e aso „ (6) (8) (9) (5) (10) TEEK.AGE VILLAGE BOYS Sc GIRLS and I'Kl.i' CTs Grades 10,h thru 11th 1 (1 4 Weeks .„,,. S ,, 1M n hSEASON-l Month or 2 We^'onf f^^f. 1 ?^ CAMP < *•"•• "P""



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16-A kmi&nrrHitr Fridcy, Decemtx Bishop Carroll Reports to Jewish Community Here Continued frm Pe 4-A .'ic. and Ecirrieni-ni whir*; pr•umably embrace' everyone, after ail. this ii a theological matter of solid conviction Nevenbelt*r e p o n fl I ••hat seemed Bishop Carroll's •easitivm to a disappointed audience that had come to hear more than an orthodox treatment of Feldman Asked To Stay at Post Continued rm ••• 1-A : Pres::trt Kennedy in p.ao.'.i reliance on Mr Feidmac as %  %  personal consultant on Je-jnsh iH Mr Feldman came to the White House with I • Kennedy af serving on his Senate stall and as research and program director the Democrats National Committee during the i960 Presidential campaign Designated ad eput y special %  r.t Mr P man wort uith I and Federal ag< es. President %  Tvjnit> Clein Graduates From Ga. Tech Michael Cleii -. ol Mr MrBen Clein 747J >'.'. lltth St graduate •< %  Tech on J>e< 12 He ai wem be r at the Bull dog Club, an honor a n athletic traternit) and Alpha Epsilon Pi Lai fraternit.3 • Clein will be associated with Natfcanal Linen Service Chonuka Extrqvaganza • in Sudsy at 6:30 p.m.. children of the Refigious School ol Temple Sinai presented an extra ,nza. "ChanuW, on Wheel-. Preceding the shov traditional < hantika refreshment! rere sen ed. ; *_ TELEPHONE PROPERLf ANSWERED iS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin ExtKutive Office FR 3-5581 ROOF LEAK? CALL virToit ro.w let us repair it or apply a new one. for free estimate phone: .-r>*. ACME • ^ ItOOIIM, *m 685-1952 the issue. David Danzig summed up his feeiing* o> calling the re port full ol deep feeling, bepe and optimis*ana a remarkable address These were, in equally remarkable word* U describe what may very well be an unhappy change in the Vat.car. order of things Bishop 11 h -tandini; For in the hands of Pope Paul Ecumenism seemed •o become % %  % %  • r Bcumenical concern for the Order ol the -tho-xl an-l thn <• l the vernacular in thM M snd the administration n' the Holj Sacra the spirit of I'opc .l"hn somehow be< t that I l0 -" Jewish Committee n.' must make uv all hopeful perhaps the late Holy Fa highest purposes have not been entire!) set aside in favor c>' the return to total rlocma In the spirit of Ecumenism. Bishop Carroll's efloit Monday night .. a* in ''s.-lf a remarkable achievement DlADUNl NOTICI Been>e of ; he •ra|l hoiida> Season rlurinii thel next two week-, deadline ,J news in the Jaw oh Flor^,! of Dec 27 and Jan 3 5 KJ ins advanced tr Mor^.! neon ot the-e i-i 4 NORTON TIRE CO Men Store: 5300 N.W. 27H. Ave.. Miomi. Opea 24 Henri AJt Day Swndoy FREE B.F.Goodrich TIMEX WRIST WATCH (Men's or Lady's) With The Purchase of $79.95 or more Tires, Batteries, Accessories and Automotive Service. (One perCustomer-Retail Sales Only) (Supply Limited) ALL TIRES SALE PRICED TRUCK TIRES g| |HQC600x16 195' 6 PLY i ";.;-•""""" f\lr m ,w 7 60xl5 8 50xl4 *00 X f 5 90o x i 4 8 20xl5 9 50xl4 ^ "'-^ J OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT Abiol.trly No Carryioq Chorq.i ca ludaot Accent, •1 0 Dayi r Lot! rkM llirtll Cari, HHH) B.F.Goodrich MIAMI SJ00 N.W. 27th Avo. 477* S.W. •Ik Strott NOSTH MIAMI 13 340 N.W. 7th *,.„, SOUTH MIAMI 1*30 South Dili* Hwy. HALLANDALI 29 North Bliio Hwy. W. HOLLYWOOD 4017 Hollywood Sl.d • Stat* Rood -1 ladle HOMESTEAD 30100 South F.d.roi Hwy. ft. LAUDERDALI 1130 W. Ir oward I < 2132 W. KEY WEST 144 Grooo St. %  •choaicol ivrvicv ovotlobto



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Friday. December 20, 1 963 mf + k*>l*t>rkrkfiifin Page 3-A Friedland, Orovitz to Chair Pacesetters • Of 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal Drive Saimie) N. Friedland, honorary Co-chairman of the 1963 t'JA eauftat c( the CueaU*. -Miami ca nipaitw mS „ past chairman of ;r\\,sh Federal .on. and Max Orothe Combined Jewish Appeal vitt. a pat president of Fedcrdrive. Friedland is chairman of alion, have accepted the chairthe board of Temple Emanu-El manabiO of Pacesetters for the | and a trustee ol \tt. Smai Hosi pital. Chairman of the board of Food Fair Corporation. Friedland was named by ihe Synagogue Council of America as Ihe SynanoKue Statesman ol the Year in recognition of distinguiihed humanitarian service. Cha'rman of Kxecutive Comm'ttee of the Board of Trustees of the University of Miami. Orovitz has been honored ly hia appoinlment to the National Campaign Cabinet ot ihe United Jewish Appeal Chairman ei the board of MI ginai Hospital, a local beneficiary agency of till' Greater Miami Jewish Fed — —I eration 0 ovlli in known for his \0 ila^aB^ *~ I "'•' '" 'he (' %  renter H munity, ami particularly I-I the Citj ol Miami Bi ach He past pi : Temple serves on the Greater i Jewish Fed< rai n i Board ol G> i nors and Executive Committe ^^^ m> i '9i %  %  F '9 ^m Tlagler Marks Ho'iday lren. Preschool children observ ed Chanuka with a program ot Chanuka program at Flagler Granada Jewish Center took place their own on Tuesday. Programs ,n Sunday at an assembly of all were written and directed by tin "brc'\ and Sunday School chil-'Thr-re. of eneh class. II Yaara Uptrioaa* Ham* 0*M< Horaa Option* MAX OROVITZ < ombUted Jewish Appeal, it announced by Dr. Irving Lehrman, campaign chairman. in the community are ol the dedication and ition ol the individuals who the pace for leadership of the ipaign t h r OUgh outstanding • • iptc rapport," H a bbi man stated. Dedicated men and women lay ndation for the success of 1 • il campaign, and that is' i I ti. I most fortunate Ihat Friedland and Max Oro havi accepted this rcspon Well-known for their loadersh : p in Ihe local community and its foremost Jewish-sponsored orfenizationa, and nationally nc-fed for their dedication to tha Un.teJ Jewish Appeal and to Jewry throughout the world, they < %  •rearer Miami's Largest Exterminator lv" w *--in BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ae., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 ranaaa 1*1.1 MtBlllMN t

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Page 10-A Page 12-A +Jewlst> fhrMiar Friday. December 20, I9fc Religious School Education Directors To Hold Ninth Annual Convention Here Religious school education directors of the leading Reform synagogues in the United States and Canada will meet on Miami Beach beginning Dec. 24 in their ninth in ui.l convention. Based on the theme, "Reform Jewish Education fcr the Family. the National Association of Temple Educators will hear from natioi al and local leaders on subjects related to this year's topic. Dr. Joseph R. Narot, of Temple Israel of Greater Miami, will speak at an evening session devoted to "Reform Judaism—Its Challenges to the Family and the Religious School" on Dec. 24. Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom, is scheduled for an address on "The Relationship of Modern Israel to Our Schoo's" on Dec. 25, and the other evening session will be addressed by Dr. Chaim Essrog, director of the Commission of Adult Jewish Education of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Dr. Essrog will talk on "The Primacy of Adult Jewish Education" on Dec. 29. An affiliate of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. the National Association of Temple Educators has, since its formation a decade ago. played a prominent role in the development of educational administration and curriculum. The keynote address, by \ Alan A. Bennett. NATE president 1 of Temple Emanuel. Great Neck. N'.Y.. w.ll concern itself with "The Significance and Implications of Ihe NATE Curriculum Survey." Also scheduled for the opening session Tuesday evening. Dec. 24. will be greetings Irom Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, and Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, director of the Southeast Region of the UAHC. Among the workshops scheduled for the participants are subjects relating to curriculum, involving parents in religious school, teaching Bible, audio-lingual, administration and teacher training. On Friday morning, Dec. 27, Rabbi Richard Hirsch, director of the UAHC Religious Action Center in Washington, D.C., will ac'dress the conference on "the Relevance of Jewish Tradition for Contemporary Social Issues," and the final work session on Sunday morning, Dec. W, will find Rabbi Alexander Schindler, director of the Commission on Jewish Education, addressing the group on "Educating the Post-Confirm and." Cantor Jacob G. Bornstein, education director of Temple Israel, is chairman of the convention, with Herbert C. Bloom, Temple Beth Sholom, co-chairman. The convention delegates and their families will participate in worship services at Temple Israel on Friday evening. Dec. 27, and at Temple Beth Sholom on SatuKh I morning. Dec. 28. Academy Scholarship Dinner Plans Will Be Mapped at Meeting Here on Sunday INVITATION TO JOIN THE FREE SONS OF ISRAEL GREATER MIAMI ICDGE =208 The oldest American Jewish fraternal Organiialion in These United States is CONDUCTING A MEMBFRSHIP DRIVE • Organised W*rth 10. 1349 in New York City • Acjtrequi r emerf 18-50 • Scholarship* for Children of Mrmb" • Blood Band tot Members and Families • Cemetery GiounHs for Members, and Families. Plus Other Numerous Benefits • Our Motto Is FRIENDSHIP IOVE TRUTH 'oin Now and Snvc Initiation fee HARRY LEVY JE 2-3291 District Deputy IRVING RICHTER 532-3769 Post President Final plans for the 16th annual scholarship dinner of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy will be mapped at a 10:30 a.m. meeting Sunday morning at the Hebrew Academy. General Chairman Leonard Rosen and Hebrew Academy President Louis Merwitzer will preside. Tickets for Ihe SlOO-a-coaple function, scheduled Jan. 5 at the 1 Deauville Hotel in honor of hotelman and philanthropist, Jacob Cohen, continue lo mave "at a rate pointing to our goal of 1,600 persons,'" Rosen reported. At a meeting at the Academy Sunday, guest speakers included two of the founders of the only Hebrew day school in the South offering complete elementary and junior high school curricula. They were Dr. David Andron, past president of the Academy, and Morris Morgenstern, of New York, philanthropist who owns the original George Washington Utter tc the Turo Synagogue. 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies of i Reproduced on Bond Paper LETTERS BULLETINS LISTS FORVS REPORTS I WHILE YOU WAIT Cosh & Corry Serving Miami Since 1946 SUNSHINE PRESS 95 N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 1-0815 Maurice Rcvitz and B. I. Binder, associate chairmen of the dinner, will report on plans for the reception here of Herman Wouk. Pulitzer Prize-winning author, who will be principal speaker at the dinner. They announced the appointment of the following civic and religious leaders as dinner hosts: Benjamin Apel, Jerome Bienen, feld, Adolf Blank, Dr. Louis A. Bunim, Max Deaktcr. Louis DeCoveny, Morris Dubler, Irving Firtel, Henry Gewitz. Nat Glickman. Morris Goldfarb, Joseph Gonshor. Henry Groudan, Hyman Jablon, Milton Kahn, Jacob Kaufman, George Kimmel, Frieda Koch. Harry Koretzky, Aaron S. Lauer. Oscar Mamber. Henry Penchansky. Jacob Rifkin, Julius Rosenstein, Sol Sandier, J. Jerry Schechter, Sam Shapiro, Jack Stein and Dr. .Matthew Zuckerman. J, A. Cantor and Joseph Cohen an associate chairmen, and Wolfie Cohen i> honorary chairman ol the dinner, always one ol the soc ial highlights ol the South Florida .icuish community. IN MEM0RIAM In tdd bu< lot Ing memory ul urn dea\ l, beloi ed husband and fathei MORRIS HELDMAN u'/tn ru^i'*! .iirj\ owe yea" i i December 9th in Miami Beach, Thiwe who will always cherish his memory, hiloving wife, Re* hecca Heldn an: his daughter*, MiLionel C Rosenbaum, l Albuquerque, Nci* Mexico, Mrs. Louis E Goldman, ol Coral Gables, Florida, Mm, Meyci Uehkow, i'i Long Inland, N Y There trill he uti inn tiling on Dec, Itth at Mr. Sinai Cemetery Miami at 12:JO P.M. Rahhi irrme; Lehrtnan trill officiate. MEMORIALS "Miami's Only MR) NMMHI ••IMeri" Exclusive Dealer "ROCK OF AGES" FAMILY MEMORIALS SCHEDULED VNVUUNGS SUNDAY, DEC. 22. 1963 Mt. Sinai Cemetery LOUIS JACOBSKIND, 11:30 o.m. IU.I.I Schiff Jewish Section of I Wood/own Park Cemetery PAULINE RAPPAPOtT, 1:30 e.m. Ruhhi Solommt Schiff PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 3279 S.W. 8th Street HI 4-0921 Phones Nl 44*11 Reverend 1. 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Pace 8-A *• Jen-is f Flcridliiair Friday, December 20. 1963 NATIONAL AND REGIONAL STATUS Home for the Aged Here Becoming Geriatric Center For Professional Studies Because of its national and regional status, its progressive philosophy and outstanding professional staff and rehabilitative services, the Jewish Home for the Aged received a $500,000 grant from the U.S. Public Health Service through the Hospital Construction Department of the Florida Development Commission. Wendell Jarrard, director. Florida Development Commission, Autha W. Forehand, manager, Hospital Construction Department, and Dr. Irving L. Alberts, Miami Beach, a member H the Hospital Construction Department'.s Advisorj council. cooperated bj offering technical guidance in relation to every aspect ol the grant, Home of::ials %  eclared Wednesday. The Home is row becoming more and more of a training and teaching center, they said. A cooperative trail ing program ";th the graduate school ol Social Welfare of Florida State University has been in operation for more thai. -i\ years. In th:program, social work students ,i -:\ month interneship at Douglas Gardens under the -up ervision of a faculty member who is in residence at the Home. The Home has a cooperative training program with the Dade County Board of Public Instruction for practical nursing -tudents. It is used by the Psychiatric Institute for geriatric orientation of residents in psychiatry; and preliminary discussions are under way toward the develop tnent of a cooperative research program between the Institute and the Home. For the past ten years, the Home has had its volunteer services rendered by members of the National Council of Jewish Women. The Home is a beneficiary agency of the United Fund and Greater Miami Jewish Federation. It \i a member of the Dade Welfare Planning Council, a charter member of the Florida Association <>i Homes for the Aging (non-prof it i and the American Association of Homes for the Aging (non-profit). H is also a member of the American Hospital Association and the National Association of Jewish Homes lor the Aged .J Leading Miamians Continued from Page 7-A tion of the master architects ai plan develope by the ter Miami Jewish Federation and the Home. Fleeman declared that "the committee and other leaders ol the Home were continually motivated by the MX. AMD MRS. BARON d HIRSCH M.ttiX DAVID Flft.MAN COL. JACOB ARVtY the fundamental concept thai senior citizens, like all other human beings, need to live In an environment which accords them respect and dignity, an opportunity to be useful and creative, and the right to privacy and comfort and beauty in their living arrangement-" Other members of the buildommittee were Blng Kossofl and Sam Resnick. co-chairmen, Leo Allen. Harry Altman, Stanlej M. Beckerman, Martin Fine. Dr. Ceo Graham, Melvin L. Green, M. J. Kopelowitz, Barmy B. Lee. Joel Meyer. Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Lee Ruwitch and Judge Harold B. et. Fleeman and Jud paid special tribute to Sam Resnick, "not only for hiwork as i o chairman ol the Bu Idi Committee, but al o I • ca ise ol the amazin lai scapin. job he and Mrs Re nick ha\ e performed as a committi e of two As a result of their work, Douglas ens Is ki i ol the beauty spots ol Greater Miami. as well BJ unique for the aged."" the) said. I. S. Loewenoerg, oi Loewenand Loewenoerg, Chicago, the architect. Smith and Korach, Miami, were the associate architects, and Henry J. \'i on the engineer. Howard Klivans did the interior decorat%  nd Arkin Construction Co.. Miami Beach, was the general contractor Residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged from the Miami AcadMJJ dt ****, Culture are -beautified" in the new. colorful Beauty provide thoir services gratis to residents oi lh and Barber Shop at the Home. Beauticians Home weekly. LUTHERAN'S BEQUEST ENCOURAGED MRS. COHEM He Never Lived to ee the Home; But Adam Reiss Sure Helped Build It Mrs Isidor ("her,, founder and first president Ol the Jew ish Home tor the Aged ol Great er Miami was inspired by a nonJew, a Lutheran, who bequeath ed $10,000 in l'Mo to the fulfillment of her pioneer dream Hiname was Adam Reiss, who never lived to -ee the real ization of his inspiration at s\\ 12th Ave. But the Jewish Home for the Aged received the ooo bequest a year alter his death, in iwi. and the dream was well on the way to becoming a reality. •Adam Reiss and his wife lie buried on a hill overlooking the countryside <>f Iowa City, where ayoung people thej -pent thair youth together," explain Mr. and Mrs. Harold P. Groven, his cousins. They will be among honored guests seated on the dais curing dedication ceremonies Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs Reiss specified in their will that, outside of some small bequests, their property be left to the Catholic, Protes and Jewish charities for the aged. According to the Grovcns, was born ol Herman imrants in l .. I tj ii j rew p imi strong Prus si. m traits and fundamental Lutherani m, ;. ter, h< mo\ed to \ a< onda, M h ere he operated a i rs and afti r tha ton i ber During World War I, when German feelin as strong throughout the country, "a sm ill army of super-patriots w h o fought in no armj and -pent their time harrassing people by painting their homes yellow, and even harming them physically, march ed as a mob toward the Reiss brothers' pharmacy." Recall the Grovens: "A Jewish merchant heard them coming and, at greal danger to himself, convinced Cousin Adam to hide MRS. 'S.'DOR COHfN in histore Adam never forgot the kindi ess it was not tn Miami that %  boyhood five years, until her death ed on I n I i.. oil % %  Al • i in r pa sii j. he ted I da> for twelve years Tl I his qm I toward tl hoi a Whal II • pel I R ml his • i ihe richu the Je >-' %  Hi n e foi \ Gn vei sees il Hi fi II there were | realer differei ces AD. .'A HllSS gj n ai d a nationality ions and railfelt II Ij imp rtanl • a' I wi and ei inon |i %  II ligions bn nd iintu 1 %  l \ one oi the rldisn Hii pirai n Mi I-. the est %  %  h Ho I : :••thai \ i. m n thank a I Hi hi Iped thi .•< hieve .. life of peace and • %  • %  %  Ji h insUtul 16 Board Members Will be Elected Louis Bresler, chairman of the h Home tor the Aged Nominating Committee, announced that a slate of 16 persons will be presented for election lo the 181 h annual meeting this Sunday afternoon at Douglas Gardens Renominated for three year terms are Mrs. Jack Ablin, Harry Altman, Mrs. Stanley M. Beckerman, David B. Fleeman. Sam J. Heiman. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Mrs. David Phillips, Jack Popick. Mrs. Marion Robbins. Mrs. Sam Rost. Mrs. Lawrence Silverman and Judge Harold B. Spaet. Renominated for two and one-year terms are Mrs. Barthold Strauss and Julian Weinkle. New nominees are Norman Arkin and Abraham Hirsch. Those remaining on the board with unexpired terms are I.eo Allen, Col. Jacob M. Arvey, Stanley M. Beckerman, Mrs. Ruth Berger, Louis Bresler, Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Edward L. Cow en. Judge Irving Cypen, Mrs. Frances Entine, Martin Fine. Dr. George Graham. Melvin L. Green, Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag. Mrs. Herman Jacobs, Benjamin N. Kane, M. J. Kopelowitz. Irvin Korach. Also Mrs. Bella Kozloff, Barney B. Lee. Dr. Irving Lehrman, MrLouis Makovsky. Mrs. Bar on de Hirsch Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, MrJack Morgenstern, David Phillips. Joseph Post, Sam Resnick, i.eo Rose Jr Lee Ruwitch, Mrs, Sam Server, Mr-. Sol Silvennan. Dr. Jess Spirer and Dr. Cells Wohl. In addition to Bresler, other members of the Nominating Committee are Mrs. Ruth Berger. M j. Kopelowitz. Joseph Post and Dr Jess Spirer Standing before the portrait of the late Jack Ablin in the new obby at Douglas Gardens are (left to right) Mrs. lack Ablin. leader of the Home and noted community worker; Baron ie Hirsch Meyer and David Phillips, vice presidents. J



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& m otnctn s "World ''Jewisfti Florldfan Miami. Florida, Friday. December 20, 1963 Section B Federation Women Set All-Day Confab Jan. 16 Lenders of the four Women's Auxiliaries qet together for the first time in the new lobby of ;hi i hi' programs and projects of their ..in/aliens "This will give us an outstanding opportunity for an interchange ol ideas and promains." .Mrs Feinberg said, "and l know thai it will prove both interesting and educational to the women participating in our conference." MrSol Goldstein, program chairman, said thai "patterns lor survival of the Jewish community will lie discussed at the morning session by a panel composed ol rectors ol several "i Federation I local beneficiarj agencies sen the Greater Miami communit) Following the discussion, two sessions will be chaired by leaders of ihe participating organizatii relating to the "Pattern for Survival" theme One panel will cuss '!:< problem ol "Youth in Our Changing World," and the second panel w.li study "Civil Rights its Moaning to Our Community and to our Country." New Year's New Year's Eve celebri sponsored i>> Temple Zamora Brotherhood will include a cocktail hour, dancing to a five-pi band and suppti Commitl chairman iReuben Lederman ii young ladies Cornell be presc nted to Am r ,.n. i Mrs. Avraham Mar .. debuti en i eremony at .. sjdor's Ball on Saturday _. Dec. 28. in the Grand i the Fontainebleau a custom established :...-,! Ball, Mrs Anna Breneyers Will be Grand llosle-s ill nu.kc the formal pr. sen,.i ill,young ladies to Ami.irman. \mb;>-J'ioi Ball annually to a climax the COmfflUB• for State Ol Israel • .ui event which has beat the glittering high --u ,.ii ain Grand M. r v ill be Maurice in I; dies to be pn senttheir escorts ill be feted t this 5unda> afee t i five p.m. in %  \ Room of the Fontaineli %  girls •' ho ill be pre Ihe v i r's Ball • .-.in. daughter ol Mr an I I \i,cl; Judy Ellen, : Mr. and \li J um; Verda, daughter of Roberta Sue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Revitz, is among young debutantes who will be presented at the Ambcssadors Ball. Mr. and Mrs. Moshe Berman; Francine Donna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Blake; Cece, ii, • %  ui Miand Mrs. Sol I oh Barbara Frances, daughter of ,,i„i Mis Harrj Cypen; JU Continued on Page SB n j by ISABEL GROVE kJa] guests, boudaj partu la; JaUons in ihe -,>.>' • „,.,. ,v. iiii the festive veryone al \iv. year's open ll use I bj Sophie and Mai Engthia year will be m their lome at 4K20 Tine Tree i'i Nu formal invitations nee i,. bring their wide circle ends together t-> join the ders in bringing in the Vtar e from New York. Stale Mbcn BerhowtU and Mrs. ,1/ seen Saturday night ihe superlative fOOd and luxurious surroundings ol The De Continental Restaurant Localites George Light, Leo Sidney Schwarts, Hartte, too • i:.ii\ 1 wer Wednesday even for Vkki (Mrs. Jack) Press, ivill make Yvette and Mickrandparents very soon. i Ruth Mrs U ui) Gid ID %  et Island '• %  m guests < njoyed the champagne punch and hoi eai apes an( | tea sandwiches iih and "ah i" Of approval %  • %  eted 'be unwrapping of all the infant wear, towel sets. comfort • ccessories and enmmh blankets lo keep an Eskimo baby warm %  Aunts in attendance, Fa) i Mrs Sam) Rose and Let iv Mrs, How anil Roth, Yvette's Uster • Hobday visitor now taking. over the Gidney home, pretty %  ughter Nelsa, soph at Northwestern U. a • • Sheri-Jo, daughter of the Man n\ Maud.!,, leaving their new nome ,t 441 NE 177th St. briel iv ,., attend the United Syna .',, ue Youth meeting in Jax durthe holidays Her dad tt iH be there si the same time. State Commi nder ol the Jc ish War Veteri ns, he'll %  • visiting the JWV Posl Charl Continued on Paqe 7-B WOMEN'S 3-PC. ORLON KNIT COSTUME COLLECTION 29.95 derful choice of carefree orlon acrylic knits u can wear the •round in Florida. a blue, sunet pink coordinated print knit blouse — just one of a great collection. Enjoy yours now so easy on your Burdine's credit. 122 to 22>2 S BETTFR DRESSES. • A ,M .THIRD FLOOR). ID, MIAMI BEACH, c R| FT. LAUDERDMIE. .'.ESI FAIM BEACH.



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JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED SUPPLEMENT *$1/250,000 Aged Home Expansion Complete 'ejewish Floridian Friday, Decembei 20. 1963 Page 7-A Dedication Pngram Sunday To Culminate Fulfillment Of 18 Years of Planning $Sltt Continued from Page 1A Greater Miami Jewish Fcdera lion, will brini greeting*, along with Wendell Jan ird, chairman and director of the Florida Development Commission, and John R. Rinc. president of the United Fund Tic Home is i IK benefil i.iry. Iui> Bresler. vice president of the Home, will report lor the Nominating Committee Lee Ruwiteh, chairman, "ill report for the Thrift Shop Committee Mrs Sarah Cossik, chairman of the Hem • Residei ts Co incil, II bring greet all ol ; • D \ pi is a I •our Splerdid Humanity," by Baron dc Hirsch Meyer, MCC president and chairman of the Building Campaign Committee, and a presidential report by Judge Cj pen, "The Home for !'.• ginning Again." Guest speaker at the Sunday afternoon dedication event win be Sidi <> Speetor, assistant adminiMrator, Housing lr the Elderl) l S Housing and Home Finance Agency. Washington, D.C Ft ature I at the edication cereim nj prayi r ai d nbbonM Jack Ablin, Mr and Mi 1.uiBresler. Mr. m di Hirsch Mej c!. Judge Irvin i n and Dr I RUfO'iSiCLt fOft S750.000 Leading Miamians, Four Auxiliaries Net Lion's Share Baroa de Hirsch Meyer, vice president of the u>me. and chairman of the Building Campaign Committee, praiaed the generosity of 105 members "i the com munity anil the four women's auxiliaric.who contributed 1750,Ml. AMD MIS. lOUtS BKtiLEK m. AN* M*S. SAM tOST f *. AND MM. SAM KANN ooo and made the expansion pos siblc Leading the race in giving were Mr and Mrs. Loui> Bresler. Mr and Mrs. Baron dc Hirsch Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, Mr ami Mrs. Sam Kahn. Mr and Mrs. Sam Rost, and Mr. and Mrs Walter L. Jacobs, whose gifts ranged from 125,000 to MOO.OOO Meyer this week singled out the role Mrs Jack Ablin played in pa-t campaigns, as well as the present one. The gifts dinner which sparked the campaign oxer a year ago was in tribute to Mrs. Ablin. who insisted the dinner be at the Home rather than a de luxe hotel, "and its luccesi was in no small measure due to this, as well ato the enthusiasm and generosity of her friends." he pointed out. Also singled out for praise by Meyer and Ju Ige Irving Cypen, president, was "the greatly inspiring *•* of the four woanan'i .luxilianc" Tie Creator Miami Auxiliary, led by Mrs Lawrence Sihcinun. Mrs. Sol Silverman. Mrs David 1'hillips and Mrs Jack Ablin. the Hollvwood Auxiliary, l>> Mrs. Stanley Becker man; the Junior Auxiliary, by Mrs Barthold Strauss, and the Miami Auxiliary, by Mrs. Gladys Morgenstein Dinitz, have raised over $100 000 since the campaign began and are still selling rooms. Other leaders in the building fund drive were Mrs. Ablin. Sidnev Ansin. Col. Jacob M. Arvey. Stanley M. Beckcrman. Louis BresJer, Judge Cypen. David B. Fleesnan, Stanley C. Meyers, David Phillips and Jack Popick. The building committee, chaired by David Fleeman. and devotedly aided by staff, "did a heroic job after encountering unexpected and severe dislocations including the necessity for evacuating for almost nina months 50 residents in the Ablin Memorial unit." in the planning and design of the expansion, which is the culContinued on Page 8-A 3Thre top leaders of the Jewish Home for the Meyer, vice president and building campaign Aqed at the new lobby entrance. Left to riqht chairman. Dedication ceremonies at the 18th are Louis Bresler. vice president, Judge Irvannual meeting will be held this Sunday at tag Cypen, president; and Baron de Hirsch 2:30 p.m. Enlarged Home Boasts 216 Beds; Biggest Geriatric Center in Southeast In the 1050's and Gils, outstanding community leaders have come forward to pick up the torch in behalf of the Jewish Home for the Aged. These philanthropists with \i-.on are exemplified by Baron de Hirsch Meyer and Louis Bresler. With their devotion and concern fir the aged and their philanthropic generosity, they have made it possible for the Home to increase its capacity from its previous 112 to L'lt> beds today, and thus to become the largest voluntary, non-profit institution for the aged In the Southeast. But more important than size. the Home has become a model aad pioneer in its progressive facilities, its program and il| services tor the elderly who seek admission because of the urgent need for a sheltered or protective environment. In additon to doubling the bed capacity of Douglas Gardens as a whole, since the bed expan sion is entirely within the Ablin Memorial sector, it particularly increases the bed capacity for the sick and incapacitated aged v.iio need intensive nursing care, from 42 to 156 beds, an increase of 271 percent. But perhaps more significant is the great accent, the premeditated emphasis. on privacj Within the 156 beds in the three-story intensive nursing uic unit, beds in private rooms have been increased from the previous 1 to 48. a jjain of l.lOu percent. Prior to the expansion, the t iur beds in private rooms were 9.5 percent of the 42 beds in the one-Story Ablin Memorial Now. the 48 beds in private rooms in the three-story building are 31 percent of the 156 beds. For the first time, the Home has excellent space and tquipContinued on Page 9-A Dr. Charles Beber. medical director at Douglas Gardens, takes a medical history on one of the residents. The medical otaf: is comprised of a variety of specialties, including psychiatry orthopedics, physical medicine, eye and podiatry. Also pro vided for residents of the Home are such rehabilitative services as physical and occupational therap/.



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Page 4-B +Jen iit FksHirir Friday. December 20. 1%3 Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood Fashion Show Brings Out Best-Dressed and Coiffed The MoUie Kafeatwr Sisterhood and Vunerj School PTA of Beth %  h Congregation sponsored a %  last Thurv HeM at Beth Torah. M featured the collection from Lewis .:on>. coiffure* by J. Bakli. and nf cocrdinated and commentated by Edith Zipp Co-chairmen for the day were —lard Hoffman and Mrs 5) %  ey Gettis. Mrs Hoffman wore a black and white tweed ensemble it* a circular cape jacket. An in blue knit a> the choice Her >uede front ed cutout> in a flora! patti-rr. A green knit turtle neck dress fM the choice of Mrs. Philip Pau. Mrs Bunon Young chose a knit suit with a tassel on her blouse Mrs. Stanley Stein. Sisterhood president. VM in a three-piece ice blue knit with a long-sleeved white silk blouse. PTA president Mra Irving Nt.. mans emerald green knit had a white jacket trimmed in the green. Black, grey and white blended into Mr Vincent Pulcini"> suit. Which had a black Persian collar. Mrs. Barbara Veltman worca pearl gi mkt -^ with a watermelon-colored mda'nn-styledeoat A red wool knit 'ran v.as worn by MrMeivuE Levin. Mrs. Martin Hochman's red Italian knit was tailored with white p. ari buttons. An aqua and gold knit sheath tai the choice of Mrs. Carl Zwerner Mrs. I^urence Brody wore a hiniaotM knit sheath with a sleeveless over blouse of mohair. Moss green vool sheath silhouette with long .!.-,.' ve was worn by Mrs. Keaaem ( ,,. man. Mrs Mike Swahr" tonpei, her yeJJow moygashel <*e*:h vutitf a sleeveless mohafr jai Mrs Stanley Friedman* Sllk -heath featured an oanEr | lime skirt and a narr. orange at the hem. A -31, med beige knit was worn b) M n Howard Ralbt. B:ack leopard ascot was chosen bv Mr* Arthur Snyder. An oin. se> knit sheath was MrWynni Steinsnyder's choice f, ir the niorr. >* %  -Edith z,pp to .'•:• Sisal Hospital's third KXI fubflee Bell last Satrday a: the Fcr.tcmebleau -.-.: %  =:'. ere Dr. and Mrs. Stan-.F.-€hJing. He is president T. the hcspital s medical staff. Real [stale Award Deadline iune for .r. the fifth rea: estate hurr.ar.::ariar. profraa sponsored by the I Kisla* M ..rporatior. Florida habeen set for Jan .Announcement was made by I aniei M. Ro-so. vice president the firm with offices in Miami. Lauderdale. Tampa. St. Pet.-burg. Orlando. Cocoa Beach id Pensacola. All real estate •rokers ar.d salesmen in Florida --e eligible and invited to enter. : ?-o said. Mrs. Sandier Will Chair Hostess Group -. • •. i chairman ol ner of ed for Jan. 3 Deau-.. %  :Met by Leo.-, -en. general dinner chairman She is the mother nth grack at the Academy. '-:•-•tl Coaunittee v.ith her are .Mrs. Ben I Binder. Mrs. Jack A Cantor. MrJos.-ph Cohen. Mrs. Samuel Cohen. M.Wolfie Cohen, MrMaurice Rtvitz. Mrs. Leonard Rosen and Mn Mrs Sandier saii her committee has decided on a 'Sweet 16 theme for the dinner decorationThe women also will serve as for a reception at the Leauvilie. which will immediately precede the dinner. Blue and gold nave been designated as the colors for the latino affair, at which Pulitzer Pnie winning-author Herman Wouk will speak, and Miami Beach philan thropist Jacob Cohen will be hoo ored 1 he Days sampled it at an office party, and served it to the Romanos at a dinner party, who introduced it to the Jensens at a card party, who featured it at a surprise party for the Goldenbergs, who knew about it all the time. EVERYBODY'S SERV VITA VEGETARIAN BEANS •N TOMATO SAUCE ***** 5 7 vA&fertZ5 H -> HEINZ CaPlTTSWRfiH.* SjaEs %  *•• os t or* ^ Wife-saver. fST uT Sa ,?V rOU u le Sure And no gui,t Min Ss about opening Hu W^to ^T be l 1 Wh ^ n t eVe >OU (ere&t C k tHat ^ -5 uJZth^t > P endleSS h UrS


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^ I rt .-a 5£ 10-B 9k+*,uh FtrwHinri Friday, December 20, 1963 United Fund Over Top With $3,046,895; Celebration Aboard Jerusalem Thursday Thursday, Dec. l'J. was tn be Day for the United Fund of %  }e County. The day celebrates • a, 1963 ramnaien's success in j. aching S3.04fi.395. or 101.2 jer•n oi ii't. goal W.uuU.dlW. {ueen foe UM day and star atiction waa to be the SS Jcru em. renamed Si United Fund the celebration. The dav wa to beoin with the arrival of the Jerusalem on "riursday morning, fiying me SS -nited Puna] flag from her mast l \6 gaily decorated. '."he vessel waa expected to reach vernmem Cut around 8 a.m., I proceed toward it> docksite at ami's Pier Three. he SS United Fund was to be seted by two spraying fire boats. ree Coast Guard vessels and ier ships in an escort up the i .innel. The 92-ft. Coast Guard < ;ter waa to lead the procession ith its tire hoses also shoutiny. earns oi water in a nautical • ite \ s i| ; o< eeds up the channel, ships two bands lining tht tk were t!> serenade the city. lite the crew stands at attenn. Helicopters were to lower i; it United Fund torch to the i p. At 7 p.m., the same night, Zm Israei Navigation Company, _td., was to present the ship to -e United Fond for the final ception end dinner. Zim lines • not orly lending the use of •-i a jf a Israel. Goffer said that' new.-, media representatives to the /,; ni Lines "'is proud to lend Unitevent. ( Fund the vessel and underwrite More than 100 torch awards, the reception and dinner.'' your next affair mmM J£ML with a wonderful choice of Miami Beach's Newest Luxury Hotel DORAL BEACH HOTEL A np standard of elegance OD Miami Reach. Superbly planned and executed weddings... confirmat ions, luncheons, business meetinp... ranging from 10 to 1000. or A Stunning 2400 Acre Country Club Setting In Miami DORAL COUNTRY CLUB True pla^nesin I country club setting. BpadoUSM i is the keynote for yo I affair amidst the magn.fr* eeot decor of the DorJ Country Club. Rooms th t ideallyaccummndate ;•* J group* from the most i*> timat* party to banquc'S •o the grand sea!*. For complete detail*, please call Mr. It,i.l.l Korae Do ml II, ach Hotel and Country Club .111 2-ilHOO Tribute presentation to Samuel Gertner, executive director of Mt. Sinai Hospital, at last Saturday's third annual Jubilee Ball in the Fontainebleau Hotel is this oil portrait of Gertner presented to him by Marvin Bostin, assistant director of Mt. Sinai, on behalf of the hospital personnel. Gertner was honored for lo years ot service. Otner presentations were maue by Max Orovitz, on behalf of the Board of Trustees, and Baron de Hirsch Meyoi for the Founders Club. Sky-Lcke Camps Reunion Sunday ik) Lake (amps, high In the 1 ie Ridge Mountains of North* -t Georgia, 90 miles from Atita. announce their annual camp %  jnion and get-together will be Id Sunday, 2 p.m.. at the Casanca Hotel. .'o-directors. Ira and Donna • tinmetl and Sid and Marilyn .-eenspan. plan an alternoon for % finer campers, staff, family and % jspective campers. Color films I 11 be shown and refreshment% \ l be served. > "Sky-Lake is a small, select % ce-ed camp catering to children '•cm 6 to 17, locates idealy on 000 acres of forests, lakes and %  mountains, for a summer of fun -trough rn organired camp ;-ogram," the co-directors de: ared. Skj I..:'.' 's pro {ram ha been Cessioni II; stall d and planned assurt (hi l each i hild experi* ea the ile satisfai 1 n ol leel iminer." Sky-Lake will inaugurate its camp season with campers m var i sections ol the coun* man\ from the Greater Miami ; ea. The direct rs will be present at reunion. BISCAYNE TERRACE 3JO BlSCAVNC BOULEVARD | MIAMI • PLOBIOA The Newest Downtown Hotel on Biscayne Boulevard FACING BISCAYNE BAY Of'K.Yf .Y*f STRICTLY KOSHER FACILITIES RECEPTIONS BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS WEDDINGS Where the Stars and Heaven Join Your Festivities at the Beautiful Newly-Decorated STAiUAUtiT IMM.KOOU Under Supervision of Rabbi Tibor H. Stern Parties Up to 300 Free Parking • Terrace Room • Consular Room • International Room • Execulive Room All at Your Disposal Exquisite Cuisine Expertly Prepared — Fine Wines TheodVe F. Ha!!er. 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Fridav. December 20, 1963 \* Auschwitz Trial Will Start In Frankfurt This Month fpMklcf nmrWisun Paqe 11-A Continued from P.-j 1-A women and children—mostly Jews >,re put to death during the I ho indictment covers 700 and evidence from the 1.300 i vivois totals about 16.000 pages. The prosecution plans to call 254 v itnessea from 13 European coun[srael, the United States Australia. The court will be made up of Hebrew Acad. Sabbath Here r/hii weekend has been proclaimas Hebrew Academy Sabbath • •inGreater Miami Rabbinical iscciation. A resolution was >ted .it the last general meet ic "-•' %  < iation according .:presidi nl Rabbi Solomon ;lf \ \ %  %  will ., t the stag" .minnei • %  I i daj i illc Ho 1 Ihor Herman Wouk ill ii v i..n %  Beach ..:.' %  ;•. %  !• -I Jacob t'U. i Rabbini) al tssoci ition res : .id iabbis in dedicate sermons on tins Sabbath to Hebrew Academy and to It • \ il.il meaUgC <>l need for inunitj kntereal and support to ..ii:of your congregants." participating rabbis anil ipals who uill have itudenta • -their congregations and lake part m Hebrew Acnd S bbath aii' Rabbis David i d Kneseth Israel; Joseph -k\. Beth Tnlah Tibor m Beth Jai ob; Louis Rottman. !" • | I.,.•!. Norman Shapn I Beth v..\ Lipschitz, Beth Torah: v i: Abramowitt, Temple Men Solomon s< in'" Beth El; Eu • ( l abowitz, Ner Tamid •'( nah Adath Yesburun; Sherwin Voung Israel of Greater and l>a\id Shapiro and toi MalavsJcy. ol Hollywood : ar.,! three supplemen liv ju |ges; and six regular and four supplementary jurors, chief Prosecutor Grossman is the bead oi the political section of the political section of the Frankturt Prosecutor's Office He will be assisted by three other district attorneys The victims will be represented by IS "pinaie accusers," clo-e relatives of Jews slaughter ad AnMtn.it/ The defense law' i rs are either of their choice or ppointed by the government. The most important defendants are Robert Mulka and Karl Hrscker, who were adjutants of Rudolf Hoess, the first commandant, and of Baer. Others are the former camp dentist, SS officer Willi Franl; Dr. Fram Lucas, former camp physician; Dr. Viktor Capesius; SS officer Fr^ni Hcfmann, camp druggist; Wilhelm Eoqer. aide to the chief cf the political division; Oswald K.idok, and Si male r.urse Josef Kiehr. Hofnann has already been sentenced to doath for ,iis murders in the Dachau camp. I with mays i ir.g. sell I mass lures it ites to rimes 'I he camp establishi I In April, 1940 under Hoess who was tried bj Polish authorities in the tirst Auschwitz trial m Warsaw on April I. 1947. and hanged at the camp. Etz Chaim Has Officer Election Miami Beach Eti Chaim 1M3-64 officers were installed recently by Rabbi Abraham Strasafeld, Mew president, succeeding Samuel Lenovitz is Jacob Silbovitz. i iking ver from Morris Bral n an is Morris Salit, vice president ai d treasurer; secretarj. S ymour Zucker; Morris Steinbock, in i '• m a n ucl -, hK ibei cond gabbai BECAUSK: You want nothing but the best for your loved ones ... we provide the bet. JMXSON MANOR N U R S u,ri36 Floiida Phoii.: 377-0451 1M1 N.W. It* Avtnua • Mum. ALL APPETIZER ITEMS A PRICES *^ A /7 Available at these Stores '//."; \ M 4. Zi. y Mfll h.n IC.RIFN STAMPS 1070 ALTON ROAD. MIAMI BEACH 1645 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH 7410 COU1NS AVINUI, MIAMI EEAfH 1825 NE. 185 STREET. N. MIAMI Bf.'.CH 1431 ME 163 S'.n;i" N MIAMI BEACH 1200 S DIXIC HWY CORAL GA 9400 HARDING AVENUE, SURFSIDE 2017 TYLFR STREET. HOLLYWOOD PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU WEEKEND FRESHLY SMOKED CHUBS FRESHLY SMOKED SLICED TO YOUR ORDER STURGEON GRIDDLE F R A N K S or KNOCKS LB. 1/4-LB. LB. 1< Lady Gourmet Foods are cer'9^SE^B^p>Bj a w rified Kosher and made un%  ajEJ'JI £~j>£* ^L^LaW. der Rabbinical supervision. Zm ~~ ii| %&?& Ht^fftkSAf %  *J*B IM These heat and cat foods are V| ^ 391114 fll 3 P *J$ Yjfllvl w macJe of ;ho very fines> m !" J J'c'W f t | l a if Ul—M-J W c-.redients from tried ?nd ^^^^H|3 ^^^^^^ proved recipes IN ADDITION TO THE STORES ABOVE. THE LADY GOURMET ITEMS ARE AVAILABLE AT • 969 NORMANDY DRIVE. M'AMI BEACH • 700 W 41.1 STREET, MIAMI BEACH • 1S95 SW 8lh STREET. MIAMI • 1505 S.W. 3rd AVENUE, MIAMI • 3100 PONCE D: LEON BLVD. CORAL GABIES • 2055 SW. 22nd STREET. MIAMI • 1895 S.W 8th STREET, MIAMI • 880 NE 125lh STREET, NORTH MIAMI LADY GOURMET SOUP OF THE WEEK LIMA BEAN SOUP PT. JAR QT. JAR %  •( i. Wnltfoiouf in te n.n.b.h..d*K->'' h ,t -



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Page 2-B *Jmisl> forMian Friday, Dpc emK^ Melbourne High School Principal W;ll Speak el Co??rxil School Session Dr. B. Frank Br >wn, aatioi all} known educal ir, wiii be keynote sp i r :.i the National Council o Je i -li v. c m c -i for Commun't) A 11 on Jan. 8 at T mple B th Sholom. His subject ill be "The American School i !•. T o in orrow'a World." in addition to being principal oJ Melbourne Higl S tool .it Mel li o .i rne, Fia **whi re the library is bigger than th gymnasium," lie is ; i member of the Presidents ranei t Research and Educal onal Development, the Curriculum Com mittee ol the National Association nt Secondary School Principals. DR. BROWN in ; the G n irnlnj Board of the i %  : Development q ational < i;n o. 11• :i ties for Ne ro •' uth 'i th< ; uth Tn Ass f •' %  < %  %  ,: i g %  arj Sch Oth< rs on the first day if the School, w.iose ill ake place on Jan. 8 and Jan. 22. \\U l).' as folio s Mrs. < harli %  Fi kelstein, c! a r na %  the Q ilit; I. lucation 'o nmittee ol Greater \l ami, %  ing on hir Li cal Scl i Is." Mrs. (a olyn Jenkins, I) ide ...' Hoard HI Public Instruction District Secondary Counselor, ihose subject will %  "Equal Optortunity in Education." Marshall Wise, director ol the Greater Miami s u ial Securitj Of :ice, speaking on "Equal Opporunity in Employment." Bert Kleiman. assistant principal of Booker T Washington Junii Burdine's Offers Special Service Burdine's Dadeland store announces a new innovation tor men ol the Southwest, Coral Gables and South Miami community, \ special shop has been designed to help men Ironi 8 to 80 choose a "for the feminine light ol his life," be she m ither, sister, friend or wife. "1 hi jus) fi i you shop" iopen on the first floor, with special NOW! : : for magioeasq meals..: : 11 KOSHER : I SLICED BOLOGNA I hostesses who will cither help with selections or travel throughout the -tore and bring hack merchandise for approval, A lightning-fast gift wrap has also been established, Fi I those w ho cannot visit the store personally, hostesses will help on the telephone from 10 a.m. till 0 ;• m., every day hut Sunday, 66S 1 ill. KM 248 Hosti ssi have been carefully selected and can be depended upon to know what women like so that a man can be prettj certain %  i pleating his "light" this year Serving are some of Miami's best known community workers, including Mrs. .Marvin B. Guberman, president of the Lorber Chapter of the Children's Asthma irch Institute and Hospital III Denver. ftsdjffoserVBl Quality Flavor Kashruth • CORKED BEEF • FRANKFURTERS • SALAMI • BOLOGNA WiLNO KOSHEfi SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. ICth AVENUl Phone FR 1-6551 Ner Tamid Young Adults A gala evening of dancing and entertainment ushered in the holiday season for Temple Ner Tamid Young Adults on Sunday evening al the Crown Hotl I. MA (MASS TETLEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Y*. there's Yarn To spirit | a this fine lea... "flavor crushed" for fullest strength and SdmuUtioo... richer taste and pleav •re wi(b your fleishijs and %  'Ichijs od bcimeri aoeaJ refreshment... Certified Kosher ttrict Rabbinical SuperUttam Make meat loaf tastier with Kasha! MAN, THAT'S A DISMI eASY TO SERVZ! E KASHA COOKBOOK New reap., and n 13 nu ideas for modem mcaVs ?• pK it PI WlUl KaSha Addr s ^quest to: Phy.hs Wolff, Penn Van. New York Senior High School, to speak on "Equal Opportunity In Dasegroated Schools." MrSamuel Gertman, supervisor ol coramunitj relations, Miami Housing Authority who will moderate the panel ol the three speakers. Asa icd I omewi rk ha\ Ing been compli .i I, students will attend the .i day oi school on Jan. --. again al 11 mple Beth Sholom. Michai '• u n i manpov er train ng co irdin ito.\ FI rida State Employme c', will be commen tnlot i"" the film. "W hen I'm old Enough, Good i nd one with %  a message from Secretary of La, bor, Willard Wirtz. Mrs. Stanley C Myers. ,i national vice president of the National Council of Jewish Women, will analyze problems ol youth in underdeveloped countries and hrael >vhcii si*' .-pea*.daurina. th" after noon session on "What is the World Challenge for Equal Opportunity?" Mi-.Aaron Fan din ctoi of the ncil Scho l for Con I t) Ac lion, and Mrs I ai Ho fn an, See tion program than man. will summarize the concluaons of the seminars from rap >rta of the dis miss on leaders and recorders Lorber Chop Fetes ChileVe Lorber Chi > ,,.*' ma Res %  MiUl al De and acnua] chi IM ~ Nuraerj School p., A 2 Umbo Lion and -the 2 Home in Denv. ''' cha r !" erei Rack f| | M ;' What Margarine should Jewish Families use? Mar-Parv, of course! Because Mar-Parv is the delicious, kosher, pareve Margarine -made from pure nighly-unsaturated corn oil and other vegetable oils with Vitamins -\ and D added for good health and good eating. Contains no milk or animal fat. Recommended fa] diets where milk is restricted. 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[friday. December 20. 1963 %  Mnlst fkrk/inr Services ultis ll/cchcnJ Page 13-A Orthodox. tary. Ralph Kr eger, secreAGUDATH ISRAEL. 7S01 Cartvla w Orthodox. R, bt ,, „„ £ E v .'" ""•• in H ^ ANSHE EMES. 2M3 SW 1th avt Con mei .jtiv* Rabbi Abraham SchBETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd M Con. servative R.bo. Norman N. Shapiro Cantor William W Lipaon. ;I3 P m Baa M :* i] > '• % %  Mlfarli .... ma l Mi CANDLIUGHTING TIM 4 Teveth — 5:14 p.m. •-*•* josf* i. MOOT fhr /woWamraifafi '1 TH E L. 500 SW 17th avt Orthodon. Rabbi Solomon Schitf. till BETH UOSHE CONGREGATION U6J0 W. D.ie Hoy. Conservative Rabbi Simon Apm. Cantor H.man F.ne. 1 • BETH ISRAEL HI 40th St Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louts Rottman. %  %  „.. %  I •• r \l • i %  -()..In SETH JACOB 301 .311 Washington Orthooox Rjbbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Vamchcs. — • — 5ETH KODESH '1G' SW 12th avt Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro Cantor Fred Bermte n i \ N". A \ — • — BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. BETH TFILAH, M5 Euclid avt. Orthodox. Rabbi Joaeph E. Rackovsky BETH TORAH. 164th t. and NE "th ave Ccservative. Rabbi Max Lip. ach.ti. Cantor Ben-Z'on Kirtchen. baum A v • 1 ah An%  M i".. n of Mr R • r Mlu vah %  B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW "3-d SI Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Joel Ltrntr. Prid -%  ... %  %  Sal TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Habbi Leon Kromah. Cantor David Conviaar. "Two I' a%  v \ I. i. > %  J'.j> .\!i1i> an to .and people both .• m ar.d within lor Iwoyears. Whether the | Utter] to or not. he M to react to Christianity. to \ulh>tantl the suffert|l| imposed by the h on our people. SonieII was to justify to himad his fellow Jews his own loyi •• to Judaism Sometimes —,ipartienlariy now and in the { ited Estates-it has been to binir! new avenues of coopera%  an! understanding. r att< 1 write these paragraphs. [W. Irvlasj Shalom, president, on I trip to Israel. Zvi Irerach will offer a dis c u ss ion on -. Vonn Agenda will also 1 ." eiecti a of officers. rpaaJwr will be Dr. YeI i ] %  : %  ... r. major in the lair.,\r:n\ who during the past I vai in the Israeli diplo|i rice m Poland, Argen| July. Dr. Almagor has Ife KI with the Israel (el office m Miami Beach. pic will be "Jewish Com |> iti< in South America Di iod ill follow the lee..• tOf Ilir-ii Adler will %  %  communit) singing. Catholic Church may now reverse it2,000-year-old teaching %  bout Judsisra and the Jen II the Ecumenical Council ultimately accept.ihe new doctrine v hich has li s e ii dJ Smong the participant.-, it will no longer blame the Jewfor the death of Jesus, it will deny anti-Semitism past and present, and it will call for new attitudes in the heartof Catholics everya here. Of course, we welcome this >tep From our own point of view, it is two millema late But let us hope, in any case, that the new doctrine will not onlyfilter down, but be delivered to every' parish and every priest, that it lead to the revision of every text book and to every class room teaching, that, in brief, it become the new attitude of the individual Roman Catholic. May it also lead to a reconsideration if not revision of -iinnNew Testament passages which have perpetuated theolog ically the feelings that have incited to hate and often to persecution. But what of our own faith'' Should this development in Christian-Jewish relations have any effect on us and our faith? This is a question I am being asked. Surely the effect can be Rabbi Heard |in Book Review %  iM in a series of book reviews lr TempiMem rah Sisterhood of the Brunch" Club was I Wednesday noon. following lunch, •"The Kings I by Joanne Greenberg. fareviewed by Rabbi Mayer |U>ramow itx. hairmen were Mrs. Edward aufer and Mrs. Harry Horowitz, lerhood president is Mrs. Sam 'sky. TEMPLE ISRAEL 1*7 N. E. lvth St. A Rtform Congrtgation Dr. Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi Jacob G Bornttein, Canter Services Friday, till PM. -A TRIBUTE TO > ABBA HILLEL SILVER ANO HERBERT LEHMAN" one—to strengthen ui our historic conviction and be.. : The basically rational. mentally this-wordly, and > ethically oriented religion •)\,t :Judaism mu-' go on as it ha> always been Chanuka Aas never meant lo be a "Jewish Christmas.' as -nine Jews Christians mistakenly suggi -i But there ii significance in the contrast between the two holidays th-i should not bi to us. The miracle of faith in the Christian religion is faith in an event hevond man. The miracle of faith in Judaism is laith in the God-given will and purpose in man. The first emphasizesalvation through faith primar ily. The second stresses salvation through deeds. The former empha-izes that salvation is the entry of the soul, after death of the gody into paradise The latter asserts that salvation must be. in the word* of Leo Baeck. "the redemption of the world from evil through justice." Let the brotherhood come. We -hall share in it and contribute 'II it Let the goodwill increase. We will do what we can for its -ake Bui let US not forget the ilas-ic foundation of Judaism— for it still is "our life and the length of ijur days." PLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 5'st pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros enteld. Cantor George Golbperg. • ;• m S. nil n T1 • Baa of ii M \ • I • : I ind M w ...... r !'•• rf • FT. LALDERDALE EMANL'-EL. '801 E. Andrews ave Reform. Rabb Richard M. Ltviton. • SRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmar>ah„ T Swirtky Cantor Louis Cohen. ... %  T' • V • %  %  > \ Mr rniaid — • KNESETM ISRAEL. 115 Euclid ave Orthodox. Rabbi David Lenrfieid. Cantrr Abraham Seif. .... n — a VINYON AIRES CONGREGATION 3737 Bird Rd Vcdern Traditional. TEMPLE EM/NU-EL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Hirsn Adler. Rabb. Mltsval %  : -.'. Mm i" Samuel '•' i .in-. OHEV SHALOV 9' Nc-mandy dr Orthodox. Rabbi Pruneis Weber. man. SOUTHWEST CENTER 64^3 SW *th St Conservative. Rabbi Zevi G-een. wild %  a — TEVPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025 NE '83rd st Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. %  ;. in Sermon "A Miw j • %  i %  a ill s • \\ %  -, TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. • .-. "..-v mi II ili. i*uurthonM WaU" TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY WOOD. 1341 S. 14 ava. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. Friday S:13 p.aa. Bermoa: "larai : -.,.. Ii Ratui da) 11 a m R ir Ml t a van Wi i oi M si..--'..-• TEMPLE BETH SHIBAH. 7500 SW 120 thSt. Reconstruction^. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Sterner. %  | nVi Mld-vVinI am l'-ir \! \ii.i-. M>n of Mr. and Mr* Jai k Ki--TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jaccb Bornstem. %  • n • v TYII • \ .. II II. I id Herbcrl TEMPLE JLDEA. 320 Palermo ava. Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecal Po ':..: :. % %  ill r. tlr* s \ w h I'Ttanat. .1 the Woi Id. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. t51 Fiammpo Way. Conservative. Rabtl Hyman Gross. : irdaj 9 a ni Bar sun ol Mi .-n I Mr>. S Ii r. TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ava. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. '.."•. s. %  man "1 Am M) • s -. in daj I (5 in. s, im,in. I'h, ns I Jacob." TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax. man. Cantor Leo Urlich. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Canto' Alb*rt Glanta. ynlrt^ S mon "Vial iih .iiils will %  urtk-lpatc In tl ai d boat Shabltai Saturdaj :• a.m. n: Portion of ;li>Wee*." a YOUNG ISRALw. m-0 NE 171 at. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. lay a Saa> Phi Si.gi f JeruaaU ...it Miami Beach Federal THE HAND OF FRIENDSHIP PAYS YOU THREE DIVIDENDS! MR. GABRIEL HEATTER Director of Community Relations 1 -CASH DIVIDENDS paid four times a year to give you extra income from your savings. 2-INSURED SAFETY up to SI0.000 that piotects yaur savings against loss and speculative hazards. 3F RIENDSHIP AND HELPFULNESS of our Staff, always ready with a smile, a handshake, and many, many personal services to make Hfe easier for you. YOUR SAVIN6S EARN aa < j .i Anticipofed h\LQ[ Dividend 4 /8 /O '., Yeor •AID i COMPOUNDED QUARTtSlT W. mate no rfco'pe • *• %  •' %  / 1*" raadWta M,omi t~


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Page 6-A 9-Jmisf^ncridHar Friday. December 20. 1963 P*psl Journey By MAX LERNER JNF Council Gets National Tribute For Me Ami City Paris h.p] n fcr %  -< %  : <> the Holy Lane on J..\. 4-6. vi continues his politics oi >stonknmeoi Use "politics" hew ot in its secular meaning but m the Mice i>i the overall strateg) by '>i:ih the Pope hj< sought to depta) the immune po.en iai ir.'-rai OEM at th< Vatican 1: was strategy begun bj .Kin: XXIII, which Paul h.,> i. rrml over \' Uh .1 least ar. equal sense ol devotion and atic impact. While he was -till Ca'dmsi Montirj. a: the First Covncil Rome ist vear. ht told Arcbbi-hop Hakim of Nazareth that the dream ot :i s | loly Land. Thu> it inot a suddenly new ea But in its timing and in the -.cvn\ will which kept t.> \cr-i the Pope's el > th? conservative forces within the Council. In tact. ;\ and \ did no: ever icceed in getting to the lloor for a te. It was verj much like what happens in the Amenwhen a rul<-s committee, dominated bj entrenched re,cti ses e< I '• allou a civil rights bill or a tax reform come to a floor d< %  vote. Vet • must agree with Cardinal Bea alien he -ays that the -truggle within Cal eisn i!ar from over It will be renewed in III, l 'IK n uill convene in September, and if m :\ Same ol the liberal Catholics, eteriea and laymen, who ., saeh Drssn Bznw • ngraaaed their certainty that eicliberal view will eWBC I take die Pop.'pilgrimage— of Christian inspiration—aa cammttaacnl to the end. • • • The visit to both Jordan ir.d Israel will, of course, encounter difit i clear thai several Vatican emissaries were •th. the Israi i government hjh..d to issue %  formal its in Tel Aviv or Jerusalem. iitic are Yel I that there was far less Arab outcry igi I ptei IV than had been expected, nor do the Arab publicly ''t attack the Pope's pilgrims Arab hopes that the Pope will use ak out against "Israeli aggression" again-t the Holy tas) There is also a subtler anti-Jew..i %  :. even in the French press: that the Pope XII d r the internationalizing of the Holy about P. ul VTs tenure thus far speaks against • • • • Th real impact of the visit v/ill be < very different one. On hard it will I"a dramatic bid for unity with the Eastern ench irees expect an actual meeting bel Patriarch Athenagoras, who harefused to come to I R' me. tant sensi is a daring ge tur ol and therefore to the world Jewish com: the embitt< red Chn I the tl ..• the Israelis ar formal dip,< matic r an a moral and defacto recognition be where thej are and of then right more profound. The draft of Chap of Jewand Christians The But how could there be a i than a Pope* formal to the shrines which "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers" ANOTH'K 10CA7I0H fO* YOUR CQNVlMWt C0ULT0N BROS. "AMT" %  "MAURY" %  "NAT" YOUK TIXACO BOYS Coral Way & S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8th St. Jew! h National Fund Council of Greater Miami was honored for lutstanding accomplishment in attaining mw and unprecedented mersiors and in mobilizing supM rt t r the .INF" at a meeting lure al the Pootainebleau Hotel Mere than 500 persons attended I be event, where Zev. W. Kogan, chairman of the JNF Executive Board, presented the citation to the Greater Miami organization 'behalf "i the national parent body, The ft notion was in celebration of the dedication Nov. 28 ef Me Ami sister city of Greater Miami in Israel. The new defense settlement, on the Jorcan border in th Galilee, was • ponsored ty the Greater Miami JNF Council. Guest speaker was Maurice Samuel, noted author, historian and lecturer, Greetings were brought by Consul oi Israel tor the Southeastern Region of the U.S., Zeev Dover. William Bornstein, a vice president ol the Jewish National Fund Council here, was cited lor his activities and contributions. He and Mrs. Iioir.-tcm were llSO BODOK 1 OH the occasion of their 50th wen ling aniiivi rsary. The evening saw the official inauguration ot the Me Ami Gulden Booh Also participaticg in .the program were Leon J Ell. pre-ii dent <-f the loeal JNF Council. I Dr. Irving I.ehrman. chairman of the JNF Foundation here; and I Rabbi Mayer Abramowdz. predeiit of the -INF Southeast Region WE IN STALL GLASS FOR KYFMY PTRPOSE STORf FROMt MATE AND WINDOW GLASS furniture raps, BVvt.'oW Mirrors mnd Beii'vering Our Specialty L & C. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S W. 8th STREET Phone FR 1-1363 Morris Orlin / / Trocy Hare, noted hospital consultant, has been elected Chief Barker o! Variety Club, Tent No. 33. for 1964. The club sponsors and supports Variety Children's Hospital, nationally recognized pediatric center. What Do Doctors Recommend Most For TENSE, NERVOUS HEADACHES? Anacin* Tablets contain the pain reliever doctors recommend moat for headache pain. And Anacin works fatt. In 22 seconds after entering your bloodstream, Anacin is si" |. ing relief to your headache. Anacin not only relieves the pain, but al.-o its tension and depression. You see, Anacin it like a doctor's prescription. 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Friday, December 20. 1963 •. fr •*" &f I flnrirtfrtr, %  n i c a Page 11-3 T Pi Lambda Phi Alums to Honor Dean Weil at Tribute Banquet Dec. 27 Off. CH&IM tSSROG Dr. Essrog Will Speak Monday Dr. Chaim Essrog, director ol adult education for the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, will be featured speaker ;it ;i seminar entitled -What the Adult Educated Jew Should Know" sponsored by the South Florida Federation of the Union of American Hebrew t ongragations. The meeting will be held on Monday evening, it 1J p in at Temple Beth Sholom. A native of Israel, Dr. Essrog comes from a long line of distinguished teachers and scholars. His grandfather was the Chief Rabbi of Galilee. On his maternal side, he is a member of a well-known Israeli family which traces its lineage back to Yehuda Ha-Nasi, the compiler of the Mishnah, and the Davidic Dynasty. He rect ived his Jewish education ami rabbinic training in IsEuropean and American Yeshivot. He holds a Master ol Science degree from Columbia University, and Doctor oi Philos legree from Harvard University. V autharit) and consultant in the lields oi social work, community ri latlons and adult education, he has had extensive experience in the pulpit, on the" lecture platform, \ Ision and radio PI Lambiia Phi Alumni•Hasocialion will honor Dr. Joseph Weil, dean emeritus of the College of I ginecring or the University ol Florida. A tribute banquet has been planned bj the Miami grdup al Chandler's Restaurant on Dec. 2". according to Louis G, Wechsler, fraten itj p esident, an some 500 i ii ators, Icilow alumni and leading citizens are expected to at lend Dean Weil was one ol the first ientists in the nation in i!>30 to • xplorc the possibilities of local inj; storms by means oi radio static direction finders, lie later directed a study utilizing landh;.-ed radar for hurricane forecasts, which led to the establishment of the present mcteorologi (al radar forecasting network lit Flon a He Joined the staff of the I'm versit) ol Florida in 1921 at the age oi LM and has, in the past 30 years, br ighl Ihe school into prominence in both the electronics •nd met< al lields. Hebrew lessons i. i ej l.. % %  "i 1511 SW 5th \\< is now teaching modern Hebrew for beginners, intermedand advanced student" Lea sons are scheduled day or ni tor any ago studenl e having an affair? Social tea for 20 or sn intimate party for 2,000... Start at the TOP-The Ne# Everglades Hotel. Miami's MOST delectable food, MOST impeccably served in surroundings MOST delightful! Expensive' Never! (You couldn't do it for less!) Call FR9-5461 -Catering Off ice-for Matt! SOON. I SEE YOU AT THE NIW EVERGLADES HOTIL Bisciyne SMI It 3rd SI Do* "town Muni i only Resort Hotel Puking on Plenum Participating in the advance arrangements for the banquet are a number of professional and civic leaders and officials of the American Technion Society. heac"ed by Leo Rutstein, Southern regional director. Dr. Weil was respen !!:le for fettir-j up the ruclear reactor at Technion — Israel's Institute of Technology, and helped to establish a curriculum of studies in Nuclear Research at the engineering school. The past national president of Pi Lambda Phi, Norman Silver man. of New York City, will make R special trip to Miami Beach peril., to presi iit a national citation ti tlioutstanding sciential Silverman heads an engineering linn m New York. i A hishliehl ol the Tribute pro mam will be establishment ol a Dean Joseph Weil Scholarship Fund for a deserving -indent in i ngincering. From Gainesville will come BO young students to pay tribute to Ihe educatoi and friend who has acted as iheir undergraduate chapter supervisor for 38 years at i the university. Fred Lane is chap ter president. Banquet chairman is Dr. Myron Coulton, and Paul Marks, presi-; dent ol Flagler Federal, was designated as toastmaster. Tribute Honor Committee includes Judge Irving Cypen, Ar tliur Courshon, Jack Courshon Al vin C'assel. Maurice C'romer. Uen-| Buchanan Scores Easy Triumph T. A. Buchanan is sheriff ol Dade County. Buchanan easily defeated his Republican challenger for the office on Tuesday in what, has been described as the worst | voter turnout in the county's history. Buchanan receive I 25,3i votes to triumph over his opponent. Fred A. Phillips, of Hialeah, 11.804. net! Feldman. Miehael B, Goldup of the active alumni and f-lein, Iiill Jordan. Joseph M. Lipfjcexs. Named to serve are Max len F. Albert Pallot, Arnold HubHapcn. .Morris Fulerniek, La < in and Leonard Wein. Mizraeh, Harry Rosen, Dr. Mi Wechsler announced an Arrangeael Gutman. Arthur Sheldon i ments Committee would IKmade .fames Kaufman. FoElegant Functions 'complete Catering Facilities tor that Special 'party served in superb lashion setting that llf w .|l reflect >our good taste. A CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGS *~" BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tete-a-tete or a gala celebration with 3.500 ue*te. OlfcTARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED UNDER THE SUPERVISION fcT A OF RABBI T!B0R H. 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T i c a Friday, December 20, 1963 Jewls* flkridi^r tS. ocia lite h Page 7-B Continued from Page 1-B and Hilda, entertaining Charlotte and Koben I. Schurr, <>! New York Cttj and Argyle, N.Y., the past several week. They're owners of popular Camp Algonquin, Glen Falls in the Adirondack • Charlotte ami Hilda are friends since school days Now home tor the holidays, middle daughter of the Gertlers, Trudi, in her freshman year al Sar:.h Lawrence where she imajoring in drama A June graduate of Beach High, where she piled up an enviable record oj honors and awards, locally and nationally. a> an author ol i>ot try and fiction and as a tal cnted and in>j>itcil actress and extemporaneous speaker •Family dinner Frlda) will cele "inate her visit and birthday ol Isabel \^j sister Susan (Mrs, Peter) Olin Rounding out the group will be tiny Joseph Olin and youngest Gerller, Sherry Three-week stay at the Sana Souci spjr.ning the end of the old and beginning of the New Year lor .Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Vklorsohn, of Dronaville, N.Y. Will speed lots of time with daughter Hinette Benson and her adorable Lisa and .lane, fami y ol Dr. Jerry Benson, who is i hi< i i .i h ilo list and direct ir ol i r cs at Mt Sinai Hospital Mr. and Mrs Harry Pearl, mm sw 23rd Ave., waiting Impatientl) to i eel daughter and sonin-law Barbara and Hank Wi i ir. who are bringing year-old son Jeffrey all the way from Van •Get-Together" For Blue Star Camps Sunday nine star Camps, Henderson ville, N.C., will hold itannual get-together for the Greater Miami area on Sundaj at the Dupont 1'laza Hotel. New campers will meet 1:30 to 3 p.m., and tormer campers, 3 to 4:30 p.m„ according t,. an announcement by the co> fi undera and co-directors, Her i! an and Harry Popkin, ol Allan t.. Ga, V.e extend a cordial invitathe Popkin brothersaid, "to < %  iiiformer campers, staff, parents and their friends to join i to -c our new sound ami color jet, to discuss our camping iinv it 1 a purpose, to re-, our summer friendships and t ) -hare exciting news ol new tea • l ires and facilities for the coming • imnii'r Blue Star Camps. 27 miles from Ashevilk in the heart ol the Blue Klgge Mountains, were founded 17 years ago and will observe its 17th season in 1964. The codirec tors and co-founders also pointed out that the camps are divided into six separate programming groups, according to grades and interests, and that each camp has its own separate staff, facilities and program*. We are able.' the Popkms pointed out. "to Rive our boys and iris individual attention while enjoying the advantages, facilities an.i staff Of a large and modern Women's Shore Unit Shore Unit WomenCorps of i he Papanicolaou Cancer Research I nstitute at Miami will hold its nonlhly board and regular meet.iMondaj. Jan <;. al the Roney Plaza Hotel. MrIrving Firtel. president, has called the board i. eeting for to a.m. Holiday Ball Set By Variety Ladies la enlarge Varietj Children's • .1 (mt Patient Departmenl and provide 85 additional beds, the Women's Committee was to spon-or a holida) ball on Thursday, Dee. 1!. at the Fortair.ebleau The black tie affair, headed by .Mrs Albert Pollak and Mrs. Robin '/. Greene, will provide funds tor the current construction program at the hospital. Mrs Terryce Kaplan is reserva-i lions chairman. Hospital Admin iatrator William A. Taylor announced that the S2 million build log project will also enlarge the labs, the rehabilitation section, and set up an 18 be.I unit for emotionally disturbed children. Variety Children's Hospital is a non-profit community supported pediatric center nationally recognised for its care of all children's ill-eases. camp located on our -150-acre private estate with two private lakes # NKW YEAR'S EVE in > the/ELEGANT MANNER Filet Mignun Dinner • Favors • Fun • Festivities ^Dancing to Mai Ma Ik in arid his Orchestra in The Smartest 'supper Club in the World S20c'" Benm JE2-3600 M .-/•; '£' .J t ** v£ t\ probably the worieTs smartest supper club ... .The STARLIGHT Roof at. the Dor al B cut ill BWv-KidK .top tl>. Dod B-ch, Mi.mi Bch'. ~~ • "•* luiunou. hoUl fe-lorin, .upcb U r.nc cont.ncnul rove • o>-. Calif. Accyjauanying tin m to the airport on Saturday will be sisters, Marcia and Bernice, and brother-in-law Harvey Miller Waiting at home with a sumptuous breakfast party, sis icr Phyllis Miller. A three-week holiday In Mexico for the Mermells. Peggy and Mac, H ho are taking David, Steve ;nd Debbie with them Two %  l b ) Hardy and Cliff. %  en i iv the holidays at their Bi s Hei j its home family will be reunited early in January Harriet i nd Jules Stark spend ing the holidays with aughter I at. her husband Dr. Sylvan C. Block, and B-month-old Vanessa They're living in Tampa, where Dr Block is associate professi r i : physics at the new University ol sooth Florida Leaving next week for a cruise; to Caracas on the Cunard Liner Carmania, I.ill Blasberg Has made the trip so often she consider.herself a "seasoned seaman" but is just as enthusiastic as ihe first time. A fir=t Caribbean cruise ior Jack Criden. ol the .Morton Tower*.' who left this weeTc'on "the Franca C Miami Ueach's Abe and Jean Bisenbetg mt on a 13-day Caribbean crui.-e Traveling aboard the Argentina with friends Mrs, Pauline Broida, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Geriha ard Mr. ana Mrs. Daniel Krissell Mr ar i Mrs, Philip K. Simon attended the gala Mt. Sinai Hospital Jubilee Call at the r'Ol ; ineblt III Simon. chirr man, [Sank of Miami Beach, commutes each weekend to be with his family in New York VMien youngest daughter Bonnie graduates Ironi high school in I June, the Simonwill establish permanent residence here Other daughter, Lynn, attends Harcun Junior College in Bryn Mawr. Pa. Judae and Mrs. Irving Cyoen, 320 W. Di Lido Dr., entertainat the Deauville Hotel on Nov. 29 in honor of their douchter Bonnie's sweet sixteenth birthday. CINEMA Wiihlnflon Avt.i |l31hSL MiimiB.icn STARTS TODAY LEON SCHACHTER'S YIDDISH AMERICAN VAUDEVILLE & FILMS ON OUR STAGE IN PERSON MARK STEWART famed singing sensation LENNY STONE Comedy & Songs LEON SCHACHTER GITEL STFIN NORA STEVENS a ON OUR SCREEN • WONDERFUL ISRAEL' The Bespoken Overcoat ^ IT'S A FACT! V v.,-1 '\o THE GREATEST ACTION, THRILLS AND EXCITEMENT FOR RESERVATIONS: MIAMI 945 4345 FT. LAUDERDALE I HOLLYWOOD MS-IS11 BUSES; MIAMI, MIAMI BEACH 373 6371 HOME OF THE ONLY MAJOR LEAGUE JAI-ALAI BANIA PALACE $ JAI-ALAI II S 1 T niNIl POST TIME 7 35 N.S.X-WAY AT USth sn Exits to track N.W. 103rd and N.W. 119th Streets Nightly, except Sundays, thro Jan. 2 Rain or Fair More than 5,000 Grandstand Seats (3,000 Unreserved) Admission 50c Sorry, No Minors (State Law) Reservations PL 4-3484 — Broward Direct 524-0747 New Coral Terrace Gourmet Restaurant (Reservations Suggested) Smart Clubhouse Beverage and Snack Bars New Simplified "Tote" Board Buses Direct to Track. 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... its icy, December 20, 1963 imed Tenor hard Tucker Temple Judea Ithcugh the" rld'. Rrealest r. jsee pay their top fen to hard Tucker for' declaiming i -lonate tenor outbursts of +JmUti fhrktar Page 13-B H Don Jose. Puccini's Ro (I \erdi's Duke of Manworld-renowned i me singer. 4 to 1 Ies on Temple Ju denies that there is any [ference between the two singing [The melodies you sing have i hatever '" do with vocal ii.he points out. "There ]i one voeaj approach— the 'i • i n ordained cantor, Tucker k .11 opera and concel l en I nts twice a year to offii highest paid minister at the fall High Hoi) prln l'.i sovi r obsen .1 a N ading Chicago s> na |ue I ill known to the largi u! HUM .leu ish music lov Tding to Tucker. "ithe \ IUSIJ intricate and high I lual literature that com i antor' repertoire l i cti d about i.''i"' prayers, l them in manuscript, and ardlj scratched the sur linker declare* rkin Joins Law Firm T law firm of Harris and Rob Dade Federal Building. i, announces that Joshua A rkin h;ibecome associated with i 'ii. RICHARD JVCKIR Menorah Going On Courthouse? County Commissioner Chuck Hall on l ii< sdaj recommei led u, the com mi -ion that a Chanuka %  %  i lie placed nexi year adjacent t.i Ihe cross annual!} af fixed i" the front of the Dade out tj Courth >u-c during the Christmas season, iiall said the menorah would 'that we recognize all reli gions 'M equal importance The recommendation was referred in Count) Mai agi r Irving McXayr and ilnCommunit) R< lal ions Board NOW UNDER OLD MANAGEMENT akles ^RESTfl U R f lnT FOUn Tflm PflnTRY 139 MIRACLE MILE Ph. 444 9889 KATZ IS BACK" ROYAL HUNGARIANS RESTAURANT| 731 Washington Ave. JE 8-5401 £/fgonf Catering lor Bar Mitivohs, Weddings, and all Social functions SAM OF ATLANTIC CITY IS REOPENING HIS PAMM CENTRAL VINMXG BOOM FRIDAY, DEC. 20th at 3:30 P.M. 640 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach Ph. JE 8-1611^ Continental -m Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue •Komi's Only "Snomor Shabfeos" fftsfouranf Quofifr far fxeellenco 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 226-1744 12?: HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT ROSHEI CATEIfIS from fcor rf'oeuvroi to • eome/oto ••Hot T 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-W5 'C'dT^The't'r.c't'i'i.pVr'vT;;^ of the Umted %  ^!"? < j!'2" OPEN'Hoisr: WEDDINGS ^M' AWHS -' KKEPT-ON, Kennedy Tribute Set for Sunday Addresses by Arthur Harry Golden. I's. Rep. Claude Pepper iD-Fla.i and Rabbi Leon Kronish, a? well as an interest packed forum on human, rights, with ,.fcr£a,ter Miami leaders' participating, will highlight a memorial tribute Sunday night to President Ken nedy. The program, free and open to the public, will be held at Bayfront Park Auditorium. It starts at 8 p.m. Participating in the Human Rights Forum will be Jack Gordon. John O. Brown. Herbert Ileiken, Elizabeth Virrick. Col. Frank Dumbaugh. Fr. Theodore C. n. Air-Cond. Ind. Conl Gibson. George A. Simpson and Rabbi Kronish. The Kennedy Memorial will culminate Human Rights Week, as i well as bring down the curtain so far as Greater Miami is concerned on the nation's 30 days of The Council of Jewish Women is one of the latest organizations to enlist in preparing for Sunday mourning proclaimed by President Johnson foliowing President Kennedy's assassination. Irving Shindler is general chairman of the groups which have joined together to sponsor the memorial by forming •• In* Associated Organizations for Human liights. Jack Bell. Miami Herald columnist, will serve as program chairman io introduce a virtual "Who's Who" of Greater Miami, s m Conservatory Has Chicken Festival HoHi i istinguished and promts ina artists will appear Saturday ,,i the Fine Arts Conservatory annual •Chicken Concertina." from 1 tO 6 p in al 615 \\V 60th St. Featured artu-t are Bernice Schwartz, cellist; Robert Thomas and his Jazz Trio: and the FAC Blue Ribbon Dance Ensemble. ,ROMWELL k 'ti MOTll BE On The Ocean at 20th Street Private Beach & Pool — Cabanas Ocean Front & Ocean View Rooms KOSHER MEALS INCLUDED ij-|| perdny I 1 dbl, occ. 10 Of 105 Rooms Single Occ. $14 Othor Rates available. Religious *.... Sug.ir, Fat-free S :'r iT D "' y Diort. No Extra Choo. Full lime Mashgiach for Steaks.Roasts on Piemises A Chops. FREE: 21" TV. R.idio ••Cfl Rm. Belf-Parktng adjolm hotel. Chaise Loi.oges & Mat! Or.inge Juice Daily. Entertainment N.ghtly. Many other features. cHippys tnm ItM. to 1 M). in Salutes the BUSINESS MAN OF THE WEEK MARTIN ACKMAN l.:ul A f.: i -1 • .lu\ • %  nil-Kin nil upon fi coritir Ml MUJCH Milt. t.S. Ms. 4-44-7031 Far TH Out ServKO A 21st off Collins Ave. 1 A Miami Beach _-^^^* BANQUET FACILITIES Free tmtkm% • i OHN All YtA* Re*c/>ottgm JE 8-0523 &f KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS CoOwnor THE LERNERS Catering for All Occasions Established in 1945 |t rt f. M AtAt^f" nlMW* G FAMOUS 671 WASHINGTON AVE. J&sfaurant IE 1-3987 MIAMI FACILITIES BEACH DINNERS NI;I.VI;I> i; AII.V 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. IHA-KAO /^esfaLlatf^— PltNTT OF FREE PARKINS Firm-it Cliinrse Food at Popular Prices LUNCH „ om 90c DINNER fr0B '1.35 Wf AISO HAVt TAKl-OUT ORDERS 8001 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD 7 75 J:^i Oviqinal H0FFMANS CAFETERIA SERVING THE FINEST IN FOOD • ACCOMMODATIONS FOR ORGANIZATIONS, GROUPS, PARTIES, ETC. OPEN ALL YEAR 1450 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. Now Open Victor Bidone Where f legonco in Dining is A Tradition 1045-95th STREET BAY HARBOR ISLAND RESERVATIONS: UNion 5-8224 KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT 1451 COLLINS AVE. Phone JE 2-1671 REOPENING FRIDAY, DEC. 20 KREPLACH • KISHKE • MATZO BALLS • KNISHES • MEAT • FISH • STEAKS • CHOPS • CHICKEN COMPLIMENTARY BEER OR WINE SERVED WITH DINNER ON OPENING NIGHT CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS Excellent Cuisine Superb Service Modern Decor STAR Dairy, Veg. & Fish Restaurant (21st CONSECUTIVE YEAR — Unoer S.inie Management) SERVING LUNCH AND DINNER NATIONALLY KNOWN ROUMANIAN CHEESE BAGELS ORDERS TO TAKE OUT THK OIJDBST AND llXLi 1>A1KY RES I'AI RANT IX I > v I >K P< >t'.\" TV -^ 841 Washington Ave. JE 1-9182 if FLAMINGO -w'= Kosher Restaurant 743 Washington Ave. Miami Beach NOW OPEN FOR DINNER NEW PRICE POLICY Wll WINi SHJZiR I H0RS D'OtUVRtS Closed Saturday • ALSO OPEN FOR LUNCH THE ONLY RESTAURANT ON WASHINGTON AVE. 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Vnna 1.5-3 u Friday. December 20. 1963 1 %  %  %  — lenlffi ncrfdfi^r Beach Woman Tn Gift to Univ. Library Fund Mrs. Sara Harris, 1200 Ocean Dr., has announced to the Women's Division of American Friends of the Hebrew University that she will make an outright gift plus a hequcst to the Jewish National and University Library. The novel combination of a gift in life, to become eventually part of a perpetual loan fund, is the original idea of this newest "Woman of the Book" seeking a lrcsh approach to philanthropy. The two contributions set up by Mrs. Harris will create a revolving student loan fund in perpetuity to assist needy students pursue medical studies at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Page 5-E Young Ladies Come-of-Age Will Take ***** L aw Ta,k Spotlight at Ambassadors Ball Dec. 28 Continued from P a l-B ith Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i and Mrs Arthur J. Schlossman;! Adult education classes on M-.day, 8 p.m., will hear a lectt | on "The Evolution of the Talmud : "Law" by Habbi Hershel BfOtTDonaa Lynn, daughter of Mr. in the Temple Zamora Chapel. j Daniel Klson; Suzi L., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Z. Grenald; Alana, daughter of Mrs. Beatrice K. King. M*S. SAKA NAMIS Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.laj__-j -. roA u .. Albert Schwartz; Shelly M., daughj """^ CPA Um1 ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Leonard Charles Dorfman, c .• Sharpe; Enid Jeryl Weiss, daugh: ,i,ied P ubli accountant of Mia. m Cheryl, daughter of Mr. and J ter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Sheldon! %  "* h been elected to merr.Mrs Samuel KurschnerI^ucv f-„ 1 i • • ^ i bership in the Honda Institute S^iSS?^mPktTS I!^ ; ^?^ f ^ ^ £ PA,s a ordin t0 ** %  bert Laufer; Diane Barbara.) ter of Dr and Mrs UwMN A. i Beer, president of the Dade Co (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Weston. Levinc; Marcia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Noroff; Joan T Helene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ossip; Roberta Sue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Revitz; Cathy Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Sandier. I ty Chapter. c <• >-.>>> ?* 9. creamy cream cheese and Cs> yummy dat e nut biea^u m/ n-m Delicious Dreams Come True WITH THE TASTIEST CREAM CHEESE IN TOWN M-m-m-mechaye!* A pleasure to taste, a pleasure to serve — this authentic Italian sauce adds a touch of "old world" magic to dozens of your favorite dishes. To find out what we mean, serve it over Buitoni lowest-in-starch Spaghetti. Or an omelette. Or meat loaf. Even as a dip for gefilte fish! Delicious always! %  It's easy to prepare —just heat and serve. Buitoni Marinara is Kosher and Pareve. No wonder it's first choice... in homes where quality is a tiadition. (Q) meajj.s Kosher BUITONI means quality ( Say BEW-T.ONi a: in Beauty) •Oti of ttM ortat %  .... .-.%  •. Have Kasha with noodles tonight HASH FREE KASHA COOKBOOK EAS Y New recipes and menu ideas for modern meals TO end entertaining with Kasha. Address request SERVE! xo: Phyllis Wotff^Penn Van, New York i MAM, TMATS A DISH I e you get t'> package ladelphia Brand. Guatarihrn you buy it or your Thais Kraft's promise to you. TASTIEST. 7. because Philadelphia Brand cream cheese is made with that "particular appeal" to the yiddishen ta'am ... FRESHEST because it's the fastest-selling cream cheese in town. Certified Kosher. T* C I R C U S INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK OR WHITE SEEDLESS Delivered Anywhere U.S.A. GRAPEFRUIT Bushel $495 Halt n MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED BONDEDINSUKED-GUARANTitD if 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710-FR 4-8783 FREE ORANGE JUICE WE PACK EM RITE HERE 8 A.M. TO 10 P.M. DAILY



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?:ge 8-B +Jewistinnr*M&r Friday. December 20, 1963 We the Women V.OMAN OF THE WEEK Ilelene BiT-ler hail a storybook childhood southern house like Tara r : yo ing Her married life n New Orleans in an Cone With the Wind." Instead of southern nou-e HKe lara in wone nun in num. • — ns to Sophie Newcombe College as planned, she ran off at 17 and pried Louis Bresler, th.boy she had been ^oing with since she was years old. Now, 39 years later, she's a perfect example of •maras spent in Atlanta, with vacationin Florida. Four years ago. the Beslers moved here to -!..> As fairly newcomers to the comnuin it; thej have begun tc put down roots, and Mian are delighte.l with the prospect of leader-hip. MHfNE the Aged through the Junior Auxiliary. %  Hi lene had fi un I reliei from hei i : : da tl Bresli rs in return hi iii FI irida Vs i i nee, the) he I the new fui i the Home. The j I. and Maj Hi j mann Pavilion is j ol Hi its and the new Ad ministrativi Winj is named the Louis and !! ene Bn i r Adi tin I Both will be dedicated at the 18th annual meeting Sugermans Will Live on Beach A double ring candlelight ceremony on Saturday evening. Dec. 14, united tin* former Penny Susan Goldman and Barry Frank Sugerman Officiating rabbi was Dr. Irving Lehman and the nuptials, held at the Deauville Hotel, were followed there by a reception and formal dinner. On their return from a honey moon in Nassau, the newly-weds will live in Normandy Isles. Parents are Mr and Mrs Murray Goldman. 7340 Gary Ave., and Mr. and Mrs. George Sugerman. of R8i" Dickens Ave., and Vero Beach. The bride selected a traditional floor-length wedding gown ol peau di -' ie w ith sabrina neckline, long -leeves-to wrist point, and fitted bodice The skirt featured lace appliques on front, and a bouffant bi ch and the three-tiered illusion fell from .i crown Ol pearlWith thi ensemble she carried an armen) cl white orchids, stephanol it ai d lilj ol the-valley Attendants included the Joel K further participation ant H done her share ol organization rjyork before she arrivedI to Miami 5 became ^terestedinthe Jewish Home ^^ >v] y m ol hoi or, I Mi Allen Greenv. al I and Mr Herb< rt 1 n, with Mi Jen • i'l in ch the guesl book. Sen best man M a New bei ger, ani %  %  • • >i e I >r. S;:in Leder, Mitchell Li is R b trl Pi • d Tonj Winkler. The bride and grot are both M ami Bi ai h Si nio an. Id r hus band, ai oi tsti nding athlete, has He,en k l he {>ac y F !" nch d,sh w,ln v,m J he a degree in architecture from rle ans Flowers and floral arrange ent an another Georgia ,„.„,„„. ,„ Tec hnologv er hobbies SI i is especially pood .it rooting African violets which liki s to give awi j Ever} year, the Beslers take a trip abroad By now thej have most everywhen Helcne manages to read a French menu— left over from the days of her French governess, One of the t -'hlights ol their travels was celebrating Shawiot in Israel. Daugh Miriam is married to Jack Kartus. Miriam says she gave up her MlS. ICHN LtSi-.i Detroit Rites For John Leslies The Raleigh House in Detroit Mich.. w> the setting for th-> Thanksgiving nuptials u n i 11 n > Maureen Traitel and John An* thony Leslie, son of Mr. and MrSolomon Leslie, of 3114 Frame Ave The bride is the daughter ol Mr and Mrs William Traitel ol Detroit. Rabbi M. Robert Syme. of I),. trolt'i Temple Israel, and Cai to Harold Orbach officiated at thceremony which was followed by a reception and dinner. Attendants to the bridal coupl. were Paula Feldman. maid oi honor. Gloria Jerris and Dene Mil via The bridegroom's brother. David Leslie, served as best mat and his twin brother. Rodin Leslie, and the bride's brother. Richard Traitel. were u>herYoung Mrs Leslie is a graduate cl Highland Park College H i i., graduate ol the i n ili< higan :•:• ; ith SI \' %  a high school teacher in the Dade County School System, the bride-eleci attended Russell College m New York and ated Irom the University of Mia mi. lb i fiance attended the University Of Miami and ipresently associated with a local financial institution. MISS CAROL KOSINBHK .Jr_) I r i n a a x e MISS KAKtN MILUR Karen Miller's Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller, of Coral Gables, announce the betrothal of their daughter. Karen Nina, to Edwin Harvey Streiter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Streiter, of Chattanooga. Tenn. A graduate of Coral Gables High, the bride-elect is majoring in education at the University of Miami. President of Alpha Epsilon Pi and Hillel. her fiance is taking pre-med at the University of Chat tanooga. Following a June wedding, both will attend the University of Chattanooga. THE FAMILY OF THE LATE MRS. YETTA LEVITT wish to extend their appreciation to their friends and neighbors for the many kind expressions of sympathy received in their recent bereavement. MR. AND MRS. MORRIS LEVITT MR. AND MRS. SAM LEVIN MISS FANNIE LEVITT Mark Allen Gilbert. 8 lbs. n Edward, in the home of Mr. am o* born, Dec l to Dr and Mrs. Mrv Mdlvin Cl|man Grand Anhur (Judy Gilbert. 8ioi s\V „ "1 Ktth Ter. He joins his brother. pnU "* Mr and Mrs Lou,s G Bobby 3'j. and sister, Carolyn 2. man < Mr anrf ^' r> Sa m Seitlir, Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. and great grandmother. Mrs. Jei Stanley C. Myers, ol Coral Cables, nie (Henry) Seitlin. and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gilbert, ol Miami Beach. Daughter, Rareen Leah, born to Dr. and Mrs. Martin P Rappaport of New Orleans. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Joseph Kappaport. 1620 Ba> Kd and Mr. and 1 Mrs Morris Cohen, of Miami. Second ion, Henry Seal, horn Noi 15, jours 2-year-old brother, AUTMomzto tiiiii HEARING AIDS $50 to S28S 5. ciAD Make* — laHvrtti — M %  STANLEY GOULD 1238 Liieolr. Ro.id %  %  = TlU-rrtt*Jt AMI OirMtar "I s.n H-.if Cliritll A p,rtt*r l< a ,ih H,, l„ rVetd, e,n.w,. Phone: CA 6-1363 3Sfc3r r _^ Mim Cleaning-Laundry Storage 1201-20th Street Miami Beach JE 8-6104 **^'*''* A '-a-a.a>a.a.a.a.^-.. i...d 7M SMtiefl t-spewty



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D 1 A /-> Page 4-A knisl fktrMiari Friday. December 20, 1363 "^Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 ILL. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4(.35 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 •• FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher PubtUMd • v, : v Friday !nce 1!27 by The Jewl.-h Floridian at 12a S v. Sixth Street, Miami l. HotuM Bcond>Claai Poatan PaW .'i Miami. Florida. The Jewish Floridian hat absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agancy, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Assn.. American Assn. T English-Jew.sh Newspapers, and the Flor i da Press A ssn. The J.i>h Florlrltan does not guarantee the K.-tuuili ,.f t ).. i -. *dv< i !-••'! i" I'.i olumna. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year $5 00 Three Years J12 00 Out of Town Upon Request ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER C orrespondent Volume 36 Number 51 Friday. December 20. 1963 4 Teveth 5724 •h 'ii i i cat Anti-Semitism And Arab Boycott The ouster of Lord Mancroft from the board of the Norwich Union Insurance Company in London has made international news for a number of reasons. Mainly, it suggests that the Arab League boycott against companies dealing with Israel or having Jews prominent among their personnel is less successful than would otherwise be apparent. For the boycott is a continuing thing and relentlessly seeks to enroll victims in behalf of its cause, and the Norwich Company move seems to be the League's first significant victory in a long time. More important, it betrays the spinelessness of the firm, which was willing to antagonize so significant a financial power as Lord Mancroft, no less than the many important Jewish organizations and individuals dealing with Norwich. The company, in its ready submission to blackmail, apparently feels it is better from the economic standpoint to be politely disposed toward Arab brutality — than toward catering to the interests front clientele. Ultimately, from a simple pounds and shillings point of view, Norwich will find that it made a mistake in dismissing Lord Mancroft simply because he was a Jew; Norwich, though as of mid-week invited his Lordship back, will now hnd that Arab threats are more bluster than business. We would be hard-pressed to accuse Norwich of anti-Semitism and to suggest that the insurance firm mend its fences. Social antiSemitism may be notorious in Great Britain, but its counterpart in the U.S. is prevalent enough to indicate that we are, ourselves, too vulnerable to be able to hurl such brickbats. of homeHome for Aged Expands The dedication Sunday of the expansion program at the Jewish Home for the Aged virtually brings to a conclusion a dream that was launched by a handful of people here some 18 years ago. As the Home now shapes up, it is one of the most modern, complete and spacious institutions of its kind in the country. In view of its many specialized facilities, there is small wonder that the Jewish Home for the Aged has rapidly become a center for geriatric professional research. The Jewish community may well be proud of the achievement at Douglas Gardens. The final phase of the Ablin Memorial expansion was a joint project of the Home and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Thus, although a number of individuals will be singled out Sunday for their significant contributions to the Home, Miami Jewry at large can feel it has had a direct hand in bringing the institution's master plan to a successful conclusion. The direct beneficiaries of this splendid philanthropic achievement are the residents who will be staying there. Long proud that they have been living in a model Home for the Aged, they will now be joined by many more men and women who can enjoy the expanded facilities and professionally-geared institutional care. The Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater •Miami is a happily total reality. Bishop Carroll's Report We commend the American Jewish Committee and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation for their sponsorship of the meeting Monday at which Bishop Coleman F. Carroll reported on the recently-adjourned Ecumenical Council. We commend Bishop Carroll for having accepted the Jewish community's invitation to speak before them. The meeting Monday was in the highest spirit of Ecumenism, itself, which as Bishop Carroll pointed out, seeks to further the ties of understanding among men as the children of God regardless of race, religion and creed. More than a praiseworthy and instructional view of the Ecumenical Council deliberations, the Bishop's presentation offered up the hope that Catholics and Jews may very well launch a new era in friendly relations throughout the world, even if this ultimate aim can not be expected to occur overnight. Genocide Wins Again Great Britain's reiterated position that it will not join the Genocide Convention is a disheartening one. Americans may well share in the dismal prospects such an attitude projects. For this nation, too, has thus far repeatedly refused to become a signatory to the pact. Genocide was the despicable Nazi legacy to the world, both in word and deed. Whatever Great Britain's reasons may be. the American excuse is thin and embarrassing, recalling the days of the Bricker Amendment battle during the Eisenhower era, as well as the boldlystated fears by segregationists that U.S. antiNegroism might be subject to UN criticism as a form of genocide if we joined the convention. Hence, the recognition of the evils of genocide is clear and undisputed. Only our hatreds and our passions, which we are determined to suffer or enjoy, as the case may be, without interference, prevents our joining the convention. Especially in the bleak days concluding our month-long mourning for our late assassinated President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, this is an indefensible position. What is the excuse in Great Britain, where the mourning for President Kennedy was equally heartfelt? during the week as i see it • • • fcftffr MlHUtllf faun T HE AMERICAN Jewish Committee sometime ajo entered into a challenging area of human interest: the relationship between the Jewish community and the^Catholic Church. The -Committee's interest soes hack a number t yew*. David Tjamifli-fl* lional associate director of AJC in New York, traces It ..t least overtly to the time in 1958 when Pope Pius XII suggested that all men are spiritual Semites and down through the greeting of open-armed Pope John XXIII to a United Jewish Appeal mission in 1962: "I am Joseph, your trother." Bishop Coleman F. Carroll, of the Miami Diocese, showed Monday night just how challenging this area can be. The Bishop reported to "an American Jewish Committee meeting at the Dupont Plaza Hotel on the first two sessions of the recent Ecumenical Council in the Vatican. The meeting, co-sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, heard Bishop Carroll characterize his report as "a new experience." He said that -three years ago. this would have been the farthest thing from your mind, as from mine." His presence at the meeting, the Bishop suggested, reflects the growing change in the relationship between men — not only in our own country but throughout the world. Indeed, there was in the voice of his confession a tone of pleasant surprise — surprise that so great a revolution in interreligious feeling could occur in so short a time. This. Bishop Carroll attributed to Pope John XXIII, himself, the "interim pope." who had such a profound spiritual effect on all of mankind. -•• •!• •!• tHPHASli ON CATHOLIC CU AILS I DON'T KNOW what others expected at the meeting. My own anticipations revolved around the Bishop's candid discussion of Schema 4. concerning the relationship between the Church and the Jews, and Schema 5. devoted to a general assertion that men are at liberty to worship God each in his own way. But Bishop Carroll spent only the shortest final part of his hour-long presentation on these issues which, it seems to me. would have been of greatest in terest to us all. and instead launched into a minutely detailed hist. ri< view of the Ecumenical Council as an instrument of perfecting the unity of the Catholic Church. This is certainly no criticism either of the Bishop's overt intent or of the highly praiseworthy purposes of the American Jewish Com mittee interest. But the sad 'ruth is that in the best AristOtelean tradition which aims at the Divine, it substituted form for matter wherever possible Hence, though Bishop Carroll repeatedly coo fessed to his audience that it would be of no interest to them, lie nevertheless gave his listeners a precise textbook rundown on the Ecumenical after some 1.900 years of Catholic history, winding up with Pope John's convening of the 21st Council and Pope Paul's adjournment of its second session. The first session, under Pope John, Bishop Carroll characterized as inconclusive, with achievements that could at best be called "intangible." But its influence "was miraculous.'' he said, for through the late Holy Father the inclination toward good faith developed in many places and among many peoples throughout the world. -:• -:• •:• IN THt UST TRADITION Of THE CHURCH %  FOREWARNING THOSE WHO expected more than a formal sec%  retarial report on the Council. Bishop Carroll repeatedly and honestly explained that the primary business of the Ecumenical is to update the Catholic Church in order to make it "more attractive to those outside the Church — a measure of Christ's prayer that all men are one." Ecumenism, he said, the relationship between the Church and those who are not Christian, is its secondary' aim. Hence. Bishop Carroll's presentation Monday night was in the best Catholic tradition. As a Jew. I may have come to hear him talk about Schema 4 and 5. but he put first Catholic things first. For example, discussing the initial meeting of the second session under Pope Paul, the Bishop gave a detailed analysis of the deliberations concerning the Order of the Priesthood and Deaconate. as well as the Governing Order of the Diocese. Here, he talked frankly about Church needs on an organizational level, equating them with "God's law and His eternal truths." an area of concern which, he said parenthetically. Jews and Catholics share in common: "a firm conviction of trie existence of God's governing the actions of the individual." In thi> regard, he emphasized the importance Of the lavman to the achievement of these fundamental views, seeking out' further common Catholic-Jewish ties by suggesting that, like the -olitarv churchman, "your rabbi can't do it bj himself." But once free ol the primary purpose of the Ecumenical, which must principally concern Catholics on a theological and I cal-organixatkmal I Bishop Carroll had little left to say. •> •:• .;. MVtttTMUSS A RtMAHKASU ACHIfViMlNT T ECUMENISM, the spirit of the movement as exemplified by Pop,. .i„hn the Bishop attributed further Ecumenical purpose: ha the individual layman must be God-fearing and God-loving. that he can be neither of those if he is not also a living Christian example of Christian pro,,,,,ieif he does i • active!) love his neighbor as a child of God, regard! t race, religion or creed Thisi brought the Bishop his single round of applause becarrw despite:th^heological strings attached .. came clows! to stating what h.s audience gathered to hear. With respect to Schema 4 and 5. d SSJS" n """ ; U K "" M '" : '''•• %  ^ nme"^" xteT:::' ftJSTch^eS !" ,, 1 ff 'V' T*l %  b ui ""' O,, ^" on b v Italian and con^erniie 11. h V" %**!**£ ""' 5 on fundamentalist principle concerning the historically troublesome CathoUc view ,>f the role of By way of substitution, what M^CSR.. SSf ,£ themselves the Bishop mereh reported wh at had already appear* popular v,n he press: "The, didn'l come ... the floor, and SSe ol i"J n 2.* v .*^ p ? 0Ml Judgment, these matters are oi those who still dream of the unfulfilled assure his audience that Pope p au ] Wlt promise of Pope John, was to unquestionably" continue to v\ny ilie Hishop ended on Mu h •, ,i,.f„„ .. v aucan. stand, for he ele.ulv fel, i. w '' "* %  Jficul. to underproach to the Ecumenical movementIs t£ 0, y **?& 1+ m .,s t i e primary concern of CathoContinued on Ptgt 16-A *,* .__ r..i.> •!.,. air CenfflhNM* *•* ""'— ****"**



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December 20. 1963 + bi*tFkrHi^r Page 15-A [LEGAL NOTICi IrouNTV JUDGE'S COURT Lo FOR DADE COUNTY, r R A £ 3 R B BATF r NO 6'36- a I [y\ ftVIJKlB ,'TICE TO CREDITORS ,I \H Persons Ha> i mda Again*! Said k > i notified ii n. i !• %  lalma and dc • ,„„, hHvi agn net | m MAN WYIAX1E d. I. i ,i, County, Florida. t ill I'.i.i. Coun%  ..;. Kiortdn i ft., on In HiCoun%  ..,,!.. .'...inly, hlorr months fr..ni I I r-i |.iiUllci* ir. ,u iiarri d II..,MI. thli i i."u.. i. A n ,\ VUUJE x. nil l\ L n %  %  ., lolumun x II Itsmaii • C RCU'T COURT OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN FOR DAOE COUNTY, IR'OA IN CHANCERY. CASE NO *3CtS2 IS\ !.' •! %  '"/ % %  I / ricE Or PUBLICATION kwXim 11 I / IXI..V DP iCARi 'ED REi: \ I S|MI i,< iPKZ. lain %  |lr|i ili| nf I il-i ret to with lh. t -. i .. I on i lino I" N-tr.-i'l. Ilktg., Ill %  111, I'l". I • I .l.i\ nf Jan*. • rv I i,i will I., i.r... I, I ihls 3rd da) ol I • i KM VN cull • '"in I ... |-|,.. i i' v I-I .PBLANTJ lh-put> i'!• rk II •.. I i NOTICE UNDER CT TiOUS NAME LAW II It KM HIVKN thai C T : :> %  iir.'Ki' I' r iltlomi i,. i IT. \lt ill 12 iS X.E Mh Miami I! • nil-mi In ||| %  %  • n -I • % %  1 Mili "II nil \ f\ • -.•!, \r.i;i:\\ii: •II I'M \\ %  IT CE BY PUBLICATION If RCU T COURT OP THE ,l.DICIAL CIRCUIT OF OA IN A'.O FOR DADE )LNTV IN CHANCERY. \o 63C 12773 I i. i > i: I \ %  %  menu LEGAL NOTICE BY HENRY LEONARD 'ror a sick society two tablels!" Ccp?. 1*63. Di.-u PisdvclixM take LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XOTICB IX HEREBY fllVEN lhal iInundersigned, desiring To engage In business under illI'l-titlniis namof tioi.DBX I.HI-: BILLIARDS HI 11021 IN W, KWTWl ,' Snaifft. Kin -I • I". register said llilluWill) 111l'i-lk • .I iiiI'n. HI i'..mi of ii.niCounty, .1.. IMJMIXIC a. DeSTBFANO S..II IM in i S I'liilji. Mnlspels Attoriti %  i w in r IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61515-A IS RE: Estate ol 1,1 NA l.hiV'lX, I I.I -as-d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tn \n Credit.>i and All Persons Hat I Ina Claims "i Demand* Against Said i "-HI. Vmi lire hei • >hy nol I fled, and n iiulred lo present an) rlalmi and deIII. it.iwhich ...i inn) nave aaaiusi Hi. -i..ii id LENA LEVIN deceased In 1% %  ( 1 a.1. Co int). Klorlda, to the c.unt) Judges <-i I'.niCounty, ami id., insame in iluplii iti and as pro%  I ,11 s-i I Ion 7::'.. 18, Klol Ida Klat ,11 ii,. 1, ..in .,,, Hi. 1 'ounl) 1 'otirthnuse in I ia.ICounty, Klorlda. within -is calendar months from Ihe time ..I the first publication hereof, i.r i %  %  11 %  will bi burr, d. Dated al .Miami. Klorlda, thin 3th • I... ul Dei ember, A 11. SAMIKI. K VTZ AEm %  II.. 1 Elral iiubllcal Ion "i tl.iI ••• Ii on the 13th daj of 1 ii %  embi %  SMITH A M \.\IU.Iii: (Hal r> II. Smith I Attorne) foi i:-i.iiol I., nn I.. In |n7 1.in-..In ltd., Miami lleai Ii. I-1 12 I.1-SO-27, I -. I ] SLIT FOR DIVORCE I 1 • J \ i : }. I Minx. ... .... %  • • filed il iln .1 •.. serve • 1 •• I "lea I In ..11 iii. • /.., ... 10S III m I 1 II 1 • pi. idlrnt In Ihe %  IF l> .a HI. I"lrr ill • 1. fore Hi:'.-th dun • I If you fall Ui da ill w ill hi taken ||el .!-','.. ill .1 I P nn D • • Khali I|>ubll*hed ntu • foul ..ii-. %  'III' %  w %  .. WISH 1 I.••1:11-\\ VXD HKDKltFD ai Ml 1th da) • %  : Sovt-m i VTHERM \N. %  ".• rk. 1 '.,.1. '..1,1.11 I"'..i !•' i:< •• iI'IIII:I \.\i>. Dejiut) i'l. rk |ri 7. \i \r ItulUI I rblii %  Plaintiff 1 %  % %  •. 12 1 %  p '•' JTICE BY PUBLICATION RIDA IN AND FOR DADE JUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. *3C 12763 v.xx I.AI-ITI:. • %  \ Us \\ 11,|JAM IJVt'BBR, > .nt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE HUM VS WII.I.IAM i..\rm:i: -idi n. I'nknow n TilliMAH WII.I.IAM NACBKR, .'• notified thai a BIN of • ml for Divorce liaiI.—11 Cili'd • •ii. ami you are required! to •|i> nf youi Anawer or I'leiidthe Hill ..f i'..,ii|.|.,ini nn the |u attorney, STuNi: AND % %  • W l'lai:l.l SI Miami. • 11.1 ril,. ihe orkflnal An.-w-i %  dltiH in the office ••! Ihe Clerk t'i'iuii Court im or bafora the %  I lamiai \ lrnll. If \ oil fall dcmanl b) dofaull will b* aRalnel v 1.n for the relli 1 d %  I in 1I1I'.ill ..f Complaint notice shall be publlahi •! "in•• %  i,.,, ... xH'Utlvi "• ekf K .11:\vi>-|i 11.1 iKIl 'I v N IE \ \ 1. 1 >KI •1:1:1:1 • 1 Miami, |%  -ii day of Novi ... II I.EATHERM W. rii rk. pit 1 rl Dadi fount). V 01 Ida II) 1 • iCOPI I.AND, 1 >eput> 1 ii rk H UITTRI. 1 W I" i| Ii 1 Si t .iniiii I I _':• NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 12703 w:. I.TX I.KE 1.1 ITS. ntlff. X s ill Vltl.KH II: \N'IlU'TTS, I •• %  11.1 HI SUIT FOR DIVORCE r. • i'il M:I.I:S II: V.NTIH III T 1 s in Eael Phi -Him 1*1 I.o. kpni i. N-w Y"i k V..11 ..i. hen i" nol Ifled that i i plaint for IHvorci I fled \ ..11. all. I I -'I I • I 'I s.n. ., i ..|.i .a > "iii Vnawi r oi ii. ...i inIiii. Complaint -n the iitainuff'a I Vttornev, i:li:\i:i"l' Unl'll. KWQ., I3 |.m ..in Koad, M mil Beai h, FWl Ida and %  .-riK i mi I Mi-" • i or I-„ .,,!,,, %  : ,,. • "I" IIIi'l. rk of illI'II nil i "in • %  "ii or before the -nib .I.i \ ..f I i. • mli-i IMS If "'I do -". Jiiflamonl hj di raull will be i ik. n .,L.,III-%  • i foi Hirelief do, a II, ihi Rill ol Complaint. Thin notice shall he published once ..,. h .... %  IIin TIM: JKV ISII I 1.1 >RJPI \N |NXR VXD I'RI 'i:i:i:i' at Miami. I-,., Ida id da > ol Xovi mbei. V.fi ]• I i.r VTHKRM VN Pli ii %  I kiili by: I. SXEEDE.X, I -. i %  RPRXK1 T '..'.il I.-I. i>. Ii. Mi. in i II ...... II -J" %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \.. rn i: is HEREIlV 'H\ EN iii it Ihe -in.I-i -IKII. i. riealrlna Itaaa | mil I I"II' lltlOUK all •• ... ii id ..MI: KIMIl vi.I. .1 Ii a MM" l:\l.l-s SIHKTIN! IHKIDM al >, y %  % %  v i M nil i Pin Intend NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \. iTICK is HEREHV tJIVE.N lhal Hiundersigned, desiring t<> enaaKe i" %  business under Ihe fictitious nunnf COREY Nli'KKI.S ul S-'iO S.SV. L-inl Aw., Miami, l-'ia Intend lo realstei %  aid name with the Clerk of thi Plrcull •'.nut "f Dade County, Klorlda. HE" >R(1E Klli H i:v sole "w in r IS I, i:. 10, %  :: IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 63CI2S46 siM.M v lwin.I r. Plaintiff s HEUHKRT A VV< -I.I r I i-f-nilaiii SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HERBERT A WOLFE %  ,. ||. rl.. i • \ Wolfe Mi lal Po Pool "i Krankfurat \' i n • I'.iirliel.l I'.alrim Mai v and >' % %  .i. hi • b) noi ul. 'i lhal •• •' plalnl f"i l in % %  %  %  has ii n fill .1 again*) ) -•" > nd ^ ou ai required lo s..i\e a ...I', "i your Answer or nai., the Complaint on the llalntlffs attorm y. I •S VI.D s ItttSK, i'""i s W. Third Avenue, Miami % %  • %  Klorlda, and file Vnswel in I'll ."ImHI tne ,.( Hi. Clerk of illin. ill i '..in i on or before I he • Il du) "I j inuai j. i:"'i If ) "ii fail in .i" .-••. ludgn • in b) .lef.ii'li ill lie taken igami \..ii for ill" relief demanded in the Complaint. DONE AM' ORDERED Hi Miami, I |i i Ida Ih .-'Hi da] • < Now mber, A D. IM3 I H LEATHERMAN, i ." ai i. l lade County, F1 rta it i '..ill I s-al K II i.WUAY. i i' i iei k II .;. ":. SO. 27 salil namwith HoClerk il,.. i.i, nn Court "i I '-"i' •: "" Kiorlda. JKROME KIMIixl.l. K. .si KIMIl ALL K nil.all s S". %  : Him • I I"W ll.l S i ii-ju ::. i %  h NOTICE UNOER FICT, TIOUS NAME LAW \,i i.i: is' HKRKIIV Ul\ EN i h. uian i >lani I, desiring i" in l.i.-iii-suii.li i ihe fictitious ,., PARK ADVERTISING al \ w |llrd PI |i |, i,.ito reg i-., i. oi the thai Igage II.,111. .Hili Hill lea h liaril-ll-. I-la -i-r s ,i.l naiin w irli the Cll'CUll Court "i I'a.le Counts. Kit a Ida. l BALARAX Hole I 'w n-i VVALTMAN. CnHKN K IUHIKRT8 I,IO. iaiportl Plaia • • Bti t Miami, Ha M ., CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA Til \l I I" WlroM THESE CKI-sx-r> KHALI, COME ..;;>:C.I:TIVIS: win I-.-. I:I.I/.AI;I:TH M i.""i 1 r LAl'iURIaALK. EI,t> {*!* %  rRANVKH W MlUUtt, e'T l.All'KK.vi V IIMUII'V DONNA I 8TOSutf-PT. |!APDERDALE, KLORU.A did on tinISih day of i....--i.'i" in.:i, cause to l~* Incorpomi ihlaws of WELLBORN INC., a <"r|" I loll iwing the A I' under the Stole of Florida \I:MS APARTMENTS, iratlon, with Ita i'unilale "t bllsin--s Bt MIAMI ru'll DADE COl'NTY. i" hj State Of Ho.1.1... anil wl.-l-as Ml. I ;.VrV.. at I-., did .... the Nth •"•'> -> Vove.nher \ D. INS, cause to be llled n, J. ffV.e ..f IIWeeretaryol Mat. ..I Ihs.a f • !•• %  1"' %  %  .1.. .1........ "iur\ a.ii requlrad ,;„' %  •; Klorida Statutes. diss lion '•' %  "••' '"'l-i a'I' N,,w. therefore, the s' stai. does In ieb) • -" going and that he >ii.ii.lr.'iiii in"f 1" """.""•VVVTNESS WHEREOF.! II.IVhereunto -' !" > nd ,""', %  "'.'.V ,mv-,i iii•"-" v ':' ',' r ""' Stat. "' I kflda. al Tallahassee ,l„. Capital, nn iir'i'ii da) "i TOM VDAMS. I.: IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61337A In III: Estate of JOSEPH CATLER I..-.-...--.I NOT.CE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Pi —ia Havlna Clalma or Deraanda Against Bald Estate: v..ii are hereto) ni-l and reiiulred t" i>i. --in any clalma un.l .1which you may have against ih. i. t JOSEPH CATLER. deceased lai"I Dadi'"iint>. Klorlda, ii. ii... Count) Judges of DadCounty, and file the same In duplicate and aa provided In Section Klorlda Statutes, In their offices In the Ciiiitv Courthouse Ii. Dade County, Pint Ida. within lx calendai mouths from the till f lli'list publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dai-.i al Miami. Florida, this Srd da) of D" • mber, A l>. IMS. il'N'K CATLEU MILTON CATLER As Bxecutors l'ir-1 publication of tills lloti.e on ii.. '-.ih day oi De.-inii-i. iftf.t. SIMnN, IIAVS a ClRPNDWERtl Attorneya for Co-Bxaoutora ail Vlnsle) Hullding 1] 13, N. 81 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THF. ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADF. COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 13221 M ilt.M v\ •• SCHWAR/., r ...nnl. \.-. MARILYN v KCHWARZ, I •ii-iulant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti • \l VRILYN A si llw \I:/. ..' • \\ -i Fo nil. s'tr.. t \-w V... k 1 I. New Voi I. You MARILYN A. SCHWARZ, a li-i.li\ notified that a Bill "I Coinplain I foi I ii'. ...-• has I..-, n filed against you, and you ur* required i-• rve a cop) of youi Answer or Pli adln^ Iih. Kill ..f Complaint on the I-, ,1,tin s itti.i lie) I'Al'l. KWITSET, i:>'.' i-'" III"In Road, Miami li.acll :'i. 1-lori.l.i an.I I.!Ihoriginal \i -w. i ... I'h a.i.nu in tin ofl %  > "i HiClerk -I ih• '.i • HI %  n oi bi run I hi 13th 'lax "I .lannal %  '. l:"-.l. Ii ... i :., ,i ;.. do .... HI Igmvnl b) dent ill be lak. ii ug.i II-I ou i..i Ih. rellel uein inded In ihe III i .-mi.I.,int This notlci shall be pul.Ushed once :. w —I, nn i i urn • weeks .a THE i EM Isll FlAH'.IDlAN. IMlXK iNli Utl M-.I.I D ul Klol i.i... %  da | "i D.. • \ i %  -. fllEICM VX Clerk, "U.'l. I >.oi• 'ollllt) I*' II) I. SXEEDI.N, Deput) i' • I'M I. K VV1TNE1 r1 .' 120 I. n. "In Roa I Mtam Ri Ri h K. Flor da Attorne) for I'l ilntlff %  -.-n-:':. I :: IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 57471-B In RE Eatate "i VRTHPH I. MICKLER, SR 11., us. .1 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR D STRIBUTION AND FNAL DISCHARGE NOTICE ihereby given lhal I have filed Final Report and Pi for Distribution and Final Discharge as .v.in stratrlg of the eslnte of VUTHI'R IMICKLER. Si: de. .•,..l: ..ml thai on Ihe lth da) ol JanlollolATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *• h N ii *#. thrSdiar solicits your legal notices. W appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rales Dial FR 3-4605 for messenger serrice LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 63 C 13460 SEH VST1 ANl I.MI'KI.I.I'S. •. Plaintiff, VINCEN2A IMPELU'SO, 11. fend i II' NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tl • Vim • Qa llnpelluso I Of, 7 Vincent Av. nue Bronx. New v-.k. X V Yi.ii are hei. h) notified thai i ii.laint for Mi ha* been flie.l ai4.uii-i vou, ani >"ii are required m serve a cop> ol your Answer •" Heading '" HiPomplatnt foi Dlvi ...i the plalntifl attorneys, I'allanoti Waller & Litman, i-' 1 Lincoln Road. Miami Bl a. h. Florid l, ami file th'< origlnul Answer oi I'leadlng In th" .. ,.f the Clerk ol Ihe Circu Court on or before the 2Wh da) i I i arv, r.'"i. If you fail f do • b) default i'l be taki .,ii r..r the rellel demandi %  nplainl i"i I Hvgn-i ..Nil • 'Rl IRREI' ii Ml-ii" %  |6tli da) "I I '-• -m'" • |MlN K %  ni r • r Tnllnnoff, Wul At torn. \ i" i'i I:.. I .Ineoln Ii nol Miami lieu. It. Hi I.EATHERMAN. Clerk. nt. i ia.I. 'ounty, Ilorldu II) : I,. SXEEDEX, I leput) PI. rk i K I.II :. %  :--::. I i: ii ..... NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XtVTlCK IS HEREIlV HIVBN thai ih, undendgne.1, dealt Ing to • ngage Ii liusiness under tie fictitious name WEST COAST-EAST SCRF SHOP al 137 Fifth SI., Miami 11. ... Ii. I la.. .: tend i" register said namwith th. Clerk "i ih. Ch. ull •' i ol I ••"'• • '..nni \, l-ia Ida UENE ESPHENHRENXER Kll-IIARD KICHTM VX ri iM IIRAI 'V l "\. m rU o.7, • : NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREIlV tSIVEN II Ihe mid. i .-.-II. d, ih %  I Ing lo Ilgag. in business und. r Ihe fl nun ,,i p ,v II I I'.'l I DAT! "IIS ai 5711 Kn.l H I. In the l of South il ,,,,, r nt. ml t i. gisiei the salil namu iih the • ierk ol lb nn pom i "i I 'a,!Count), I i" 1 Ida l .ated nl Miami It. ach, Kl>i Ida, this ;nd da r of I MITCHELL i'i T i r.i: EDWARD Hi illHINS C.El iRHE -I. T.VLlANi 'i I Atioi ney for A|plh*anl i.'.. i. IM. '..in ItoaJ Mian.. 15ea.ll, l-'la. IS i l-jn.7, i ,-lal ol i 111II--aiisii.il that Ihe .. |ga ha) bi • Ihe T BN N ,\ r.Mi'.r.i: A.D NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERT HIVEN lhat Ihe undersigned desh-lnf to engage in ini-iii..-under the fictitious name t JACK H MISIIKIV. DDS. al Huntingtou Medical BMg., Miami, l-'la intends 1" l.ni-L I" said name with the ci.rk of the Circuit Court of Da.ICOUMy. Klol ida JACK II -MINIIKIX. P.A. sole owner BYRI IN 1. SPARHEI1 iii.ii ney for oanet rjft Lincoln Koad. Miami IV. h, l-'l.i 12 .;. 18, So. '.'7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY tilVEN the undersigned, desiring '" engage l" business under Ihe fictitious mum ol VMEHICAN TRIM SHOP al \\\\ :n.i \\..., Miami, l"i"i da, Inti mito reglstei said n inte lth the • I, of ih" in nil Coui t ol I lllda Florida I:I .-sri.i. H KA1X 11 : %  uarv, l!*l, will apply i" th. able I'IIIHID Judgea of D...I. County, Florida, for approval of said Report and for distribution and llnal discharge as Adminlstrntlx f the eatate -f the above-nai I decedent. This 29th da) oi November, isi ROSE MICKLER p..i William V i'aii--oii El.IAS Sf>REN, Attorney •_•:• vv, Flaglet si Suite lu Miami. Florida U 1 ii. l".. .'". '-'7 NOTICE~"BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 12704 AI.W DATID W ELK Ell. Plaintiff, \ s. IRENE WEI.KER, i Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE I TO: IRENE WEIJvER l.:n4 of Jam. try, I9l, in default of which the Complain! will be taken aa confessed b) you flated at Miami, Klorida, this 3rd. .la. -I 1.. .-nil.. .. 19113. B. B. LEATHERM \\ Clerk of the i ir.-nit Court K. M I.Y.MAN Deput) Clerk 12 •:. 13, 20. 27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY UIVEN that the iin.i. i.-im.-d .i. -ii ni; i" oagjauri in buaineas under the fictitious name of CXIV'KKSI'I'Y ...si: in.i K ci.KA.viM: at :MI s.w 27th Avenue, Miami. Hori.la. intend to reg> later said nam. ith the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, THOMAS J RRANDYS ARONOVITZ, SILVER n SCHRR Attorneya for Applicant 10" Alnslev Bldg, Miami :::•. I'i.. 12 •:. 13, 20, '_'? NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHV tSIVEN that Ihe undersigned desiring iengage in business und. r lit. f ctltlous name FRBEDMAN'S CLEANERS al i '..ia! Fhj. Mia ml, Kin Intends glster sal.l nam. n lth Ihe i "l< ri. nl i h. i "Ii cull i '"in i "i I "ade County, Florida THOMAS .I Hit ANDYS v Iti >\. ,\ I i'/.. sil.\ i ill ,\ ~, 111:1: for Applli \ -:. 1 lu Mian ^m i j:



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KTCmV IfcJ-J Friday. December 20, 1963 k knifUJrriaf&r Paae 9-B M T. SilMj Hospital held Its an • ..1 Jubilee Ball Saturdaj pvei in the Grand Ballroom df iht ontainebleau Hotel. The ball 1 norc.l Samuel Gertner, director of the bospi tal, li 5 yean "t tervice. Mi gown H .i.i floor irmal satin sheath in an • berrj color with -<';: bugli and cavier beads • i I'll in floral c. j Mi \ 11. %  ,., ,• 'i thes chose ; -< ii "I blue With hi-i b lice i 'V r. el u ith Goya red silk c won: bj Mrs \ Iridescent silver i>. i her bodice in the %  %  d in .. tih i r i ,i\., i skirl gathered h lo the Iradil l x.ft fullness ol chi! Italian >ilk In emerald %  lira Sam Ki\tat th< ball HIT : had a deep v neckln i front "i her >ki:i i... Irapi •: %  >• i t>l* panel. I A" n dent i (.i a< %  hAADNALLY known for her "• %  • k \\ ith hospitals i \h • Dettelbach, past presi the Mounl Si :ai luxill ir elan I and currci I chair th>North E %  -: iii-'n. i %  : i -piu.l. Her gown was tharr.jagne-^olored >ilk with a huh tmpir* waistline detailed v' ith dtlicate heading. A selffabrjc naTow bow with long %  >lrean-rs was on one side of the waist Her long-sleeved sheath featured a square cut neckline Mrs. Louis Sehaffer chose %  < n blue peau de sole with ymetncallv draped poui the side of her v/aist -ilk brocade was worn h\ .iv id Haber. Her match porei :i n IKIW Whiu Mrs ing waist length fitted jacket had a white mink collar. Mrs. Philip Simon wore a hot pink satin man-tailored gown Her 'i.i %  piece ensemble tealured .. rtraighl cut long sleeved jacket ai .1 an overblouse which .ibrocade I in gold, pink and ran A rn over a sheath skirt An emerj green satin sheath roidered with gold -ciiiuns Mrs Harrj Lewis Mrs .i Serbin's bodice tea! a beautiful floral applique %  • iced pink i -uie Mrs S n i :. i d blue silk l w nli sat• beads \ white scquined sheath was Irs Sam Lubj j,. A Ih the Mrs .1 II l i ;i n k • of thi Di ratio *hu h created a beau ti.nl i MrRoberl / 1 1 %  I strapless black \ el Hadassah Leader Tours Hospital M Bett) Kan tor, 1080 NE :.; %  th si financial secretarj of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah i in Israel on a II.. ..sah Chanuka Tour on visiting the Hadassah Hebrew Universit) Medical Center in Jerusalem. Mrs KantOT said Ih i i had the wonderful ex perience ol hi-iny at the Medical Ctnter when children of the Pediatrics Department were celebrating Chanuka, the Feast of the Lights, in their lovely playroom." After touring the Center. Mrs. K.intor said that "everything we have seen and heard about the Medical (enter and Mother and Child l'a\ ilion is so true Hagerly Tarnish Preventive and Silver Foam Clean yoor ellver with Silver Foam, then apply Tarnish Preventive. Tarnish will be "locked out" far months. Combination purchase of an 8-oz. bottle of Hagerty Tarnish Preventive (regularly $2.98) and • 7-ot. |or of Hagerty Silver Foam (regularly &f 1.00) ... both for $2 98 *. Mm frit — '• *•'•"• /l/fa/urnf-flye 121 IAST FLAGLER STREET Phone: FR 3-6484 vet sheath had a white band of swirled ruffles at the hemline. White peuu de soie softly gathered at the waistline was worn by Mrs. Irving Paul. Mrs. Aaron PttT'a sleeveless black sheath was handed with jet buyle beads around the neckline, fashioned into a bateau in the front and dipped to a low V in the back. Scquined black chantilly lace was selected for the ball by Mrs. Sam Luby. Mrs. Samuel Levenson's beaded iced blue satin had a triangular shaped cape. lulRS. Leonard A. Wein. chairtWt man of the ball, was in a beaded turquoise satin sheath. Shell pink satin with a long headed tunic "was worn by Mrs. A. C. Fine White chiffon was the choice of Mrs. Baron de llirsch Meyer, A wide pannier was draped across the back and then dipped low into a cowl drape. Silver cavier beads formed a deep band around the hod iiiMrs. Samuel Pollock designed the emerald green satm ensemble which she wore. Her fulllength evening coal featured a deep yoke which was controlle I nun ;i modified portrait nek line. a..(I then v ide i ircular fullness, won, over a matching gow n. Gla er's blush h< is iced with crys tal ca\ ier beads A sih er sequined ox rbl to iped Mrs. Milton Wrinkle's black sheath Kirt Mi Joseph Fisher chose .i v lute sequii ed sheath with .' •( p frin jes ol seed peai Is LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • REPAIRING Serving Oade County Over 25 Years 1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9904 A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 MISS VERA ROTHSCHILD Ardmoi -a MISS DtBORAH PARNESS Miss Rothschild Plans for May Mr. and Mrs, Oscar Rothschild, 1410 SW )ili SI announce the engagement ol their daughter. Vera a to Terry Sheldon Bloom, lie is the son ol Mr. and Mrs. Phil i lo< m KM SW 15th St. A grad .. te Ol Miami Senior High, thi future bri !e is a seni niv rsitj of Florida, ing in language and arts Parness, Gottlieb Engagement Told Mr and Mrs Harrj Parness, ol 360 So. Hibiscus Dr formerly of Moi i tov. ii, N.J., announce the engagement of their daughter, Deborah. to Hubert, son of Mr. an.! Mrs Peter Gottlieb, of New York Citj The bride-elect is a graduate of Miami Beach High and attended Douglass College in New Brunswick. N..I. She received a degree from the University of Miami and attended Columbia Graduate School in New York City. The prospective bridegroom attended Fieldstone School and is a graduate of Rhodes School. He received his degree from the University of Miami, where he was president of Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity. The couple plan a June wedding. She plans to teach secondary school, and is a member of the National Council of Teachers ot' English Bloom is a graduate ol Miami %  or High, now a junior pre med student at the Universit) ol FlorHe '..ill attend Medical iol in September. He is a ol Mph Epsilon Pi, social fraternity, treasurer of Alpha i ilon Delta, medical honorary fraternity, and PI Mu, pre-professii rial medical fraternit) A May wedding has been planned. Campers, future campers, parents and staff Are cordially invited to attend SKY-LAKE CAMPS ANNUAL REUNION and GET-TOGETHER Sunday, Dec. 22 at 2 p.m. at the Casablanca Hotel 6345 Collins Ave., M.B. Refreshments and Color Movies to be shown CAMP DIRECTORS Ira and Donna Steinmetz Ph. 624-0692 Sid and Marilyn Greenspan Ph. Wl 5-6904 or YU 9-2137 ORIGINAL PAINTINGS FOR CHILDREN'S ROOMS By Rose Nash 1901 S.W. 36th Ave., Tel. 448-7868 by appointment only 7 SEAS NOVELTY CO. BINGO PRIZES & SUPPLIES! New Line Just Arrived for New Year's! FREE DELIVERY t PARKING Open 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. 7 Days 1547 WASHINGTON AVENUE NikVs • BRIDAL BOUOUETS • ART FLOWERS 7014 S.W. 87th AVENUE (Galloway Road) TEl. 661-7507 DECORATIVE TREES FLOWERS MIAMI CONVALESCENT HOME 33S S.W. 12th AVE. LEO ALLEN. Director rn. FR 9-0278. FR 4-5437 Specialhinf in Core l the Eldtrly and Chronically III 24-Hour Nursing Service — Special Diets Strictly Observe) Private and Semi-Private Rooms — Jewish-Style Cooking I;LI: iisoi vsis HAM III Ml NAT ED FOREVER LATEST ELECTRONIC METHOD Endorsed By Physicians SKILLFULLY REMOVED FROM fACl-AKMS-UeS-BODt 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. SHIRLEY GRAUBART-R.N. 20 Years' Experience 310 95th ST. SURFSIDE Phone 86S-801S for App't. Free Parking Rear of Blrlg. Remember Your Holiday Hostess with a Gift of Flowers from the BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA AAILSEN JE 2-3231 NATURAL and ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATORS FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI



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day. December 20, 1963 U*i*.t> FhrkMan jsician, 55, jsses Away L Fieischmin, of 18410 Nw ", u died horc Tueidaj ;ii lie succumbed i<> f^ri attack. i a n, ha ;'conductor town < rcheatra ;it the Cinema |,,T which openi tot the wintriilay and "ill dedicate Its |, ,, son to Hun. I Fleischman, who lived two years, was also a corner and playwright. He began study of violin at an early and was a graduate of the ll.ard School of Music. popular Jewish songs in%  P apirossen" and "Shir .. lie also composed L,. i' s MV Child?" ami -The f. iAiviivs Greener." was a member of the Society I ~r, Composers and Amen ,.iy nf Composers, Auand Publishers. Irviving are his wife. Essie tighter -nil mother. Services .• %  Brooklyn. -eer ii • ~ S. WfXlfff irvey Thai, 46 >s in Crash i -.. •. Thai, %  •>. brother "f EdSidne; and Leonard Thai, i %  j ol the Epicure MarI ..nu Beach and Surfcide, | • the jel crash Sunda) [i c B in Elkton, Md., ik thi lives of the 81 pas i\ .,ni crew members. |l an amateur golfer, was rntng from a tournament in Juan, Puerto Rico, when the American World Airways ne crashed. He was in the ,.| food business in Philadelk ard Chester, Pa., and lived |l359 Indian Creek Dr., Wynod, Pa. of five .-oils of Mrs. Jennie fcnson, of the Morton Towers. i Beach, and Philadelphia. was i frequent visitor here. addition to Ins mother and ,i rs, Thai is survived by his Beatrice; three children. Jel Karen and Patty, and an %  brother, Mervin. (vices were held in Pcnnsyl Humorist Will Appear Here Well-known humorist S. Wexler will present a program before the Golden Hum Club No. l at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave on Saturday, Dee 21, .it 7:30 p.m. in addition to Wexler, additional artists will participate in the festive evenin Tickets for the evening are i Wexler at 1007 Mi ridian Ave. I | ..', and attractive gift as ill be .. copper etching P ;, v iton, depicting the ten comi nents. Dinners to Fete Bar Mitzvah out of town relatives expected here ihis weekend to celebrate the c< i r d dinners in honor of the Bar Mitzvah ol Bruce David, ron of Mr. and Mrs. Howarl B.' Berger, Include: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Berger and children, Sheila and Richard, Pittsburgh; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rosenberg and children, Mark. David and Rochelle, McKeesport, Pa ; Mrs. Morn-. Levj and children, Ross and Karen. McKeesport; and Mr. and Mr-. Vfliton Berger si Petersburg. Also here : eal aui t an I uncle from St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. William Greet span. Mr and Mrs. Sam I'reedman, %  ".41 SW 22nd Ter., grandparents u| the celebrant, will host a dinner Friday evening, and on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Carl Pont, Bruce's aunt and uncle, will have .i dinner at their home. Two-Ycar-Olds To Race Here i idi %  • liai %  ., Hi. • : • • • i (hu-i sir. Mia '%  •• ii llEHIN H I. [III !'• • •.%  Itl.tnk .v %  -'. : r hW II i •. I. ItlVtTI •AN. \l %  .1 I KM 14. It Havlil %  '• Ii I. HIM iNtTEIN. Ill, "I L i vi t i bit .; %  •-•. u LSON, Ii i i ''• %  | ltl\l u |,h, -.7 i>< ;i:\.i llli III, Ah.. io, ol Ho w %  -' -^ RUCKENSTE.N. ;' IK ix SCH..H,, MKNMM \ .; 'i i i %  iOOTT = LunS'e, tawi... *' u "£ %  ,; N : Kl • -IMl. h! .-. % %  ...'-..^ OSEN, %  \\ v, w innn Surviving an original list ol 102 nominations, L'9 Florida-bred twoyear olds, including three supple n entary nominations, remain elig ible for the 110,000 a Ided James II. Bright Memorial Handicap. the I lit; mile test which will tea i re Tmpic. I Park's program on Saturday Headii the list is Tumblev ood table's Ishkoodah, a son of \, i dies, u hose record tor Ihe year shows only one victory, but his hank ;u court has soared to more ihan $80,000 as a result of second, ihird and fourth place finishes be hind some ol the nation's top juveniles. He was a fast-closing fourth behind Golden Ruler, second in the Hawthorne Juvenile Stakes, second to Duel in the Bree ler's Futurity at Keeneland and fast-clos ing third to Hurry to Market m the Garden State Stakes. The race honors the memory ol the late James H. Bright, ore ol the men who pioneered thoroughbred racing in Florida almost 40 years ae<>. Noted Israeli Trio. "Oranim Zabor." are congratulated by R Sullivan when they recently appeared on his nationally • televised show. The trio will be amonq feature presentational the filth annual Cavalcade of Israel Stars sponsored by the Zionist Organization oi America here Sunday evening, Vez. 29, at Miami Beach Audito rium. Kneseth Israel installs Officers Services Friday night at Kne s e'1i Israel C mgregation will it i installation ol the follow in. t : hood officers: President, Mr-. I B. Eiset vice presidents, Mrs, Louis Hub lin, Mrs 1) .rothy Dl itt, Mrs, Max rsky, Mrs. Regina Halperln, Mrs. Rose Lerner; financial secre rary, Mrs, Lena Popkin; treasur cr. Mrs. Fannie Sirot; correspondi ecretary, Mrs. Dora Malkin; recording secretary. Mrs. Lillian Kceichairmen of affairs, Mrs %  %  % %  >ippert, Mrs. Ztlla Wc i.l • i Mandell. Pi n chairman. Mrs. Da 1 Lehriicld, Mrs. Abraham Se .. >ok chairman, Mrs. I .... Basel; honorary preside \|,-s. Frai I'll' • %  •• honor. vice presi Icrtts, _rs Helen Ho stein, Mrs, Ri ma Mo, ris, M • Toby Jaffee. Board members are Mesdam Rose Schneider, Hay Stolow, J nie Malina, Rose Rabinowitz. R Benjamin. Ida Miron. Rose Ansi Rose Kriegsman, Rose Lerner, RO / hope ran'dma likes nff flower: Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones ar a source of very comfort to alL s* xci Wf/;/f//A \\ ,N. l" "' •CML. r %  LEGMNOTICE B N U^ C T'SWS\^ U ? N F1 ^o N R%^ 0 ^ 0 N A c 0 H^ c N 0 c 0 e N B T v v ..n't n : | l( ,'1.1. ... .. %  v-Attn CE ; D V OBLIGATION • %  lloWAl v '"' rrvi I C I'S M ",,"•„;'. • b*tor, r our :sare> i rMl '0 P (m /M/ jit' '•• MO 1-7693 iHlllt ,, || l.BATHKRMAN rl.ik ••: ,,,„ NOTICt UN Of-" R p riniOU3 N* Mt LAW MjjiAN i: KIN ,,, LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. SI597-C i\ UK Knlatr '•' MINMI-: KKSNlKi'l I1 .o'flCE TO CREDITORS TO All i'-lnr' \ :l ''' "'. ..r l>. unnfla As %  --• •-•'•' l 1 "Y?,U" : ,-, hen nol ii.-i awl re.mil. a !•• |ir-nn i lati i • ri.untv, Horldii. county, ; ....i • %  ; ; ,.i..v 1,1, ,1 S '"'' n Had, nun '•• ttlth-q %  • • n< i '"'" '• A '' %  '"', IlK.N HKSSIKOI V \, r.\.-. uii" ,, ,,„bU.ali.Mi .•! Ihla noli. •• rt..: '• lf.eml.rr, Tat w>ff. tt'alli •-• '!l \' : v '" '' %  • i, i-i NOT.CE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRuUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 63C 13522 i wii:< TIII i.\l v iTi'i-i-^ • intltf, Kit KSCK* i VXK nrnusv, ,,f SUIT FOR DIVORCE Til l-i: \Ni-l.~ IAXK l'l I'l.l.l ,1 _-, II >.l'. It ii,.I. iik, \l %  Ii l-lt •ompuilnl r... ha. '• %  %  "• ,,. ,,., you an ri lUlred ...,,, ... soul Anawei 01 .. ,,-r l the Hill "{ftWvN In ii "' ,f I „,U' \ 1 %  "•! '' '" „le.l %  I! 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(Current Annual Cividendfiate) INSURED SAFETY •There are 337.111 mailboxes m the U S. • NO RISKS FROM MARKET CHANCES • FUNDS ALWAYS AVAILABLE • FREE COIN BANK (aa ot> tat.oni 10 EXTRA DIVIDEND DAYS (money deposited by Ihe 10th kill tarn interest trom the 1st) $tei£i.." f'c ci as sncrti' uc.viT, t>n t..w ,., % %  — *amounts and descriptions tor addilicnal inturH W NAME ADDRESS. CI TT_ Plase rpen my account e. Altach names. _Z0HE. _;TATE. UK OF ACCOUNT: (check) INDIVIDUAI CORPORATED PARTNERSHIP O JOINT. OTHER D ^___No Charge For Transfer of Funds From Other Institutions _____



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Pag* 12-B k*ist>ncrk&*n Friday, December 20. 1353 Candidates Eye January Contests Following is a list of candidates who will be running for office Btffct January: Joseph A. Boyd Jr. "In the hope of continuing to srve the people of Dade County, 1 am announcing my candidacy tor reelection to the Dade County Commission from District 3.'" Joseph A. Boyd Jr., declared here. Boyd said that "since being elected to this office in 1958, 1 have attended over 9d percent of lhc meetings, and have worked diligently to secure new park lites, now expressways, bridges, new industry, sea port, improved air port facilities, and improvement of tourist industry." Boyd pointed to his "experience gaine.i as chairman of the commission, which should enable me to contribute more fully than ever hofor.to the services of this community Alex S. Gordon Metro Commissioner Alex A. Gordon has announced he will be a candidate tor the District 5 comm^siorers po>t in the .Ian 28 < .. [ I ion Gordon, a former FBI special gent who served with the Bureau m '.939 to 1945. is the fust inti Ek .Hresident ever to head Dade County Commission, on -. he h...served since 1958. During his five years as a commissioner. Gordon has served as chairman ot the budget committee for three \ears. He also has served as chairman of the Airport Committee, and his supporters s^ "he has taken an active role in maintaining the financial stability and advancement of Internattonal Airport." In announcing nis decision to file for reelection from District 5, i Gordon said that "numerous | lnends have urged me to run for! the newly-created post of mayor, hut I am convinced I can best further such previously-initiated programs of tax reform, improved roads, beautification, sewers ;,nd water facilities and an expanded industrial and tourist deLunch Policy At Chandler's Lou Rubu.. owner of Chandlers m-staurant on Miami Beach, announced that starting Jan. 2 ( handler's v ill he open to the public for lunch. Rubin decided to institute the i c w luncheon policy "at the insistence of many local business and professional men and women, who prefer lunching in quiet elegance." "Chrjdler s lunch policy." says Runin, "is flexibly designed to fit the average local business person Who can either dine quickly or enjoy a leisurely meal without presi-ure. Executives will be able to n.eet and entertain their clients for lunch and discuss business matters or just relax." HOLIDAY GREETINGS MEN we know what she wants and WE HAVE IT! Corsets — Robes — Lingerie CORAL CORSETIERE 3550 Coral Way, Miami velopment program for all Dade as a commissioner representing the entire county." Gordon is a former municipal judge of Miami Shores, but his' election to the County Commission in 1958 marked his first move for public office. He was reelected in 1962. a o Ralph R. Poston Ralph R. Poston, native-born Miamian and president of Poston Bridge & Iron Inc.. has announced that he will run for Metro Commissioner for District 8. 1'oMon, 40. declared that "it is time leaders in industry sought posts on the Metro Commission, and worked together to improve Miami's industrial climate." He decried the tendency in many circles to tinker with Metro, and predicted that "unless further steps are taken immediately not only to attract new industry here, hut to keep the industry we have. Dade County will become a second Class area when the permanent population icaches 1 million. "Tourism alone cannot support the area." he said. "We must have industrial parks with suitable buller areas to lure industry and provide needed jobs." he' a;, ded. The candidate has been a resident of Dade County all his life except for a four-year hitch in the .Navy during World War II, which included 19 months in the South! Pacific. He lives at 6282 SW 133rd St., with his wife, Carolyn. They have three children. %  i • Hughlan Long County Commissioner Hughlan Long qualified Tuesday from District 7 as a candidate for one of' the nine county-wide commission seats. Long, a 48-year-old South Miami attorney, was elected to the Dade Board of County Commissioners lrom the South Dade District in May, 1962. A graduate of the University of Miami Law School and a 31 year resident of Dade County, Long is a former assistant state attorney, city attorney for South Miami, and field deputy for the Florida Industrial Commission. Long is the chairman of the Metro Water and Sewer Board Committee on the present county commission. Two of his major goals as a county commissioner, he said, have been "for better county roads and a unified county water system." Long's supporters say "he is credited with having a major role in obtaining 42 percent of the entire county road budget for the South Dade District 4." Many of the major arteries in South Dade are scheduled for improvement within the next year." He is a member of the American. Florida and Dade Bar Associations, the Fraternal Order of Police and a past governor of the South Miami Moose Lodge. Married and the father of two daughters, are married, Commissioner Long lives at 5900 SW 82nd St. r> • • Herbert J. Hoodwin Herbert J. Hoodwin, Miami engineer and active civic leader, has announced his candidacy for the Metropolitan Dade County Commission, seeking the post from the newly created District 7. He immediately launched a campaign to give the Commission a "new look." and promised to use his professional training and business experience "to the benefit of the people of Dade County." The candidate said that "on No vember 5 the people of Dade County voted, in fact, to get rid of the current County Commission and to put the county's house in order. I believe qualified professional and businessmen can give the people the representation they deserve." The 42-year old engineer has been a resident of Dade County: since 1925. coming here with his parents from Illinois, when he was four years old. Now married and the father of, five children, Hoodwin and his wife, Mary Ellen, live at 1407 Ferdinand St.. Coral Gables. Hoodwin for ten years was with the City of Miami as both a structural designer for the city's Building Department, and for four and one-half years as an engineer with the Building Department. He also served as secretary of the Building Board of Examiners and Appeals, was coordinator of the Business Policy Committee, and from 1953 to 1955 was chief examiner of the City of Miami's Civil Service Board. A naval veteran of World War II, Hoodwin now is a consulting engineer and heads his own linn He is a member of Beth David Congregation, Winston W. Wynne "After studied and careful deliberation, I have decided to qualify for the office of Mayor of Metropolitan Dade County," Winston W. Wynne announced here. Wynne said that "in a large sense the decision was made for me on Nov. 5, when the citizens of Dade voted overwhelmingly for the changes in the commission size and structure, which I ad-' vocated and strongly recommend-; ed throughout Dade County. Af-' ter recommending the changes, I could not, in good conscience, ignore the many kind people who have urged me to qualify." Wynne believes that "the changes that the voters have made remove from Metro the shackles and sectionalism which have thus far prevented attainment of its true goals. "Important progress is now possible. It will not occur merely' by the changes instituted in size and structure of the commission.; It will require understanding of; the original concept of Metro andj knowledge of the forces that have; sought and will continue to scekj means of defeating all efforts to implemented the concept." The UUKETIXOH Foniana Hotel Phone 538-6431 2642 COLLINS AVE. Miami Beach, Florida HAPPY HOLIDAY! FEDERAL FIRE & CASUALTY COMPANY 1527 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Ph. It 8 8311 [IBUITOM II MAMMA** *) works wonders 1 TnJJtt mm ^T" "^2M BUITONI MARINARA SAUCE u MILANA'S ITALIAN and AMERICAN CUISINE — "79 XII JTf*7y Happy HoWayf" SERVING THE FINEST FOOD CHOICE LIQUORS VINTAGE WINES AT MODERATE PRICES OPEN 12 Noon to 1 A.M. 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Jewish Flor idian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WtlKLY 36 Number 51 Miami, Florida, Friday, December 20. 1 963 Two Sections Price 20* London Repeats Nix To Signing Genocide Pact Convention Now th;it those who commit it should be brought to Justice." (The United States is the other major world power that has thus i.. r refused t<> join the Genocide Convention Opposition in the IS. stemfrom sources fearing that the American Negro problem might be interpreted B8 I form ol genocide and subject lo UN "ini. i ference i LONDON (JTA) The Britivernmenl reiterated in the ; Commons this week its 1M -t accession to the ['-,,, ( l N'ations Convention Against Thai convention has -nice 1951, but ncilh not the United Ratal I it. I tition oi the Governir iion i becoming I onventien against expressed In the rhomas, Secre: i oreign Affairs ,.v rii %  querj from ., Labor mem nenl who is also ii B< ard ol Deputies He cited as the • made bj the .i 1982 decls ,1 "explained the JERUSALEM JTA Brtg Gen Yitihi k Rabin, deputj chiel ere given bj the o stafl ol Israel's Armed Forces lat year tor refusing tinci 1959, was elevated Sundaj to • i ui> Instrument against the post ol chiel ol staff, heading %  that, under the Israel's Army, Navy and Air •\ the Government force He will assume hinew to "forego ittradloffice Jan l. succeeding Brig : to give political Gen Zvi Tsur, who will retire refugees in certain irom his posl on Dec 31. ing .i purelj poiitica British Attack Arab Boycott; Lord Snubs Job GIN. YITZHAK KABIN Sabrp chief Israsl Names Rabin New Chief of All Armed Forces i %  %  I \ convention calls geno ninal offense, not politi other reason was that. kelj evenj that anyone in be a c cus e d ol i linar) eriminal law" such a crime, The men', how ever, affirmed bhorrence of the crime • and itdetermination Prime Minister l.evi Eshkol an bounced Gen. Rabin's appoint men! al the regular weekl) meeting ot the Cabinel here, and the promotion as approved bj the i gbinet Gen Tsur, who tai beta the post three years, expects to ,,„ i. i.. s Ion l< ave before assum ing another position of parents who were both active in the Haganah, the selfdefense onit of the pre-lsrael Jewish settlement in Palestine. His mother became known during anti-Jewish riots here in 1920 and 1921, when she distributed arms to Jewish defenders in Jerusalem. His father served in the Jewish Battalion in World War I. Gen. Rabin, who is 41, was born in this city. He is the son BIGGEST POST-WAR INQUIRY Auschwitz Trial Will Start In Frankfurt This Month Young Rabin wai educated In Rgriculture, excelling In bis studies, and received his graduation diploma al the hands of the Brit ih Rttgtt Commissioner at the Harold kfcMichael. Later. h< became I member Of Haganah and, still later, of Palmach, the Haganah striking force. He disi nguished himself in carrying out ,i series Of one-man missions against the British police He commanded i force ot Jewish fighters who broke Into the Athlit camp where "illegal" Jewish immigrants were imprisoned, freein all the immigrants LONDON — (JTA) — The Arab League was soundly chastised this week by the British Government for anti-Israel boycott activities against British firms. The rebuke developed from the public outcry againat the toned resignation of Lord Mancroft, a leading Jewish businessman, from the London advisory board of the Norwich i nion insurance Societies, a major insurance firm, under Arab boycott pressure Lord Mancroft Is a business associate ol sir Isaac Wolfson, who has many bu-ir.i SS ties in Israel The insurance company, staggered by the wave of criticism, offered Lord Mancroft back his board position but the Jewish peer politely declined. He was reported to have remarked to friends that he did not want to be in the public limelight for the next 20 years. He was also given about SS5.000 in compensation by the firm which he planned to contribute to • charity. JFK ADVISOR Johnson Asks Myer Feldman To Stay at Post WASHINGTON (JTAl — Preaidei i Lj ndon B. Johnson has ask i Myer Feldman. White House deputy special counsel, to con tmue serving in the same capacity and also to advise him on Jew i>h and Israeli matters as Mr feldman did for President John F. Kennedv. Mr. Feldman has accepted President Johnson's invitation. He will continue serving as the senior of ricial of Jewish faith on the White House Staff. It was learned that The rebutted Arabs were quick President Johnson made known Jh "2e. statements. The .ha, he would folio* the practice Continued on P.ge 5-A Continued on Pa.ge 16 A President to Meet Pope; Will Give Him Gold Medal JERUSALEM i JTA i Although plans for the reception ot Pope Paul VI in Isiael during his During the War of Liberation in viM Dere have not yet been pj 1949, lie commanded a bat SKFIRT (JTA) The p i ar trial ol Nazis ac i| mass murder ol Jews, 22 former officials and i li mate who was a trUI the tuschv. ,\/ extermination v here millions ot Jews wen' lated will open here Friday. liit the presentation of evidence -• the defendants will prob n it begin until February or earlj March, it was indicated b> i lint prosecutor, Dr Hans '"--'nan Grossman said it would take • i lei si one to two months before completion ot all preliminaries. deluding opening statements from i h ol the 22 defendants. Eighteen attorneys have been retained the defendants The trial. • Imli will be held in Frankfurt 1 it> Hall, will draw more than KKi [ %  porters from west Germany and 1 ther countries After the first session on Friday, the next hearing will be on December 30. The trial has been in preparation since 1959. The chief defendant, Richard Baer, who was the last Auschwitz commandant, and who was arrested for the trial, died last June in pi ison. •ri„. 23 ,!, fendanls were chosen Ironi about 1.000 suspects on the basis "i evidence supplied bj 1.300 survivors ol the murder camp in which an estimated 4.000.000 men. Continued on Page HA he talion which fought m Jerusalem and later succeeded in keeping open the route from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. He also held a number ol commands on Israel's southern front He was Israels senior Nahmias and Tediy Kolleck, director-general of the Premier's office here, left for Rome Wednesday lo finaliie arrangements for the visit of the Pontiff to Israel next month. military officer in the negotiation .i the armistice agreement with 1>ia( .| Jordan. Later, he studied at the British stall College at Camberley, England. alized, it was learned this week that President Zalman Shazar will meet the Pontiff on his arriv^ report on the arrangement! al in Jerusalem, and willI present nw wag glven u him with a special gold meda o,„„i,v hv \hha showing the map of Israel and the Cabinel on Sundaj bj Abba bearing In Hebrew and Latin E. Khan, the Deputy Premier, words an inscription: "1 Visited Similar bronze medals will be presented to the cardinals accompanying the Pope. Israeli Police Chief Joseph The Ministerial Committee also re ceived a report on the Pont ill's scheduled visit from Maurice Fischer, Israel's Ambassador to Rome, 18th ANNUAL MEETINGS SETS STAGE FOR HISTORIC EVENT Home of Aged Dedication Program Set Sunday _. ...>c-.iion. A,,. iii u the nrosram will open nM >linQ and dedication ceremonies for the Abhn '"". ,*,„ annual meeting .MOW f pavlUon and A(1 Memorial expansion h L ',' m n nn Fo „ v ,,, Rlrach Meyer Pavilion 52nd St. Judge Irving Cypen. prudent ,„ lm Home. Mid this week that he anticipates %  record-breaking •tlendar.ee "because ol the great interest and enthusiasm express ed by manj groups "> %  ve „„ 1(h visited Douglas Gar dens adding thai the documen tary 'The Home tor Beginoing again." recentl) televised by Wl'KT C'h 7, "ha also created widespread interest Judge Cypen issued a public invitation, urging Dade and Broward Countiana to attend the function which will mark 18 years (Chai) of community wide sup port and participation in the Home since it tirst opened its doors in 1945 at 338 SW 12th Ave with Mrs. Isidor Cohen as its founder and Oral president. Judge Cypen said that Sunday afternoon "will he the culmination of 18 years of joint planning by the Home and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation ard ol herculean effort by Mrs. Cohen and a small group oi dedicated colleagues, who began their work in 1840, five years before the Home opened its doors Judge Cypen, who will act as chairman ol the function, said ihat the program ill open with %  •God Lie America" and "Bless this House.' sung by Robert McPherson, baritone. Mrs. Olga Bibor stern will be accompanist Invocation will be by Dr. Irving Lehrhian, spiritual leader of Temple Rmanu-F.l. and chair man ot the 19K4 Combined Jewl-h Appeal, of which the Home lor the Aged is a beneficiary Sidney Lelcourt. president of the Continued on Page 7-A t : i



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Friday. December 20, 1963 € -JewlstrncrXUarj Page 5-A British Angered by Mancroft Incident Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth David Concregation, meets with students at Beth David Senior High School sessions held weekly on Wednesdays at 4 p.m. Shown are Elaine Aronovitz and Stuart Rose, among the many stucents who gather regularly to discuss "Growth in Religion — Al We Develop to Adulthood." Bureau Reveals Contest Winners ianeri ol the Book Review celebration of Jewish Rook Month. ( Dteet, Sponsored by ,n "' Bureau judges for the contest were Louis 0 Jewish Education in the JewSchwarlzm;in executive di 1*1 s< nooh of Creator Miami. announced this week by JoscpJ t ''en. Bureau president :r-priie Will be awarded to E Mi.iahi. of the Bureau's Centi H Hig*i School, tor hit i, Lev 'i "Ben-Gurion," by Rob Second :.!•!/•' will -<> I Levew ul Ti mple Isi, •: s Sch "'I Third prize rded to Mi rlene Km M v ,. thi !'. l entral He H -b >> : fourth and fifth prizes will 90 tc M.chael Lax, of Temple Beth Am, and Arthur Litowiti, of Tempi* Israel. Awards of Jewish encyclopedias and other reetnt Jewish works will be awarded to the fist five winners. 1 M find three priae inners v .. appear on a special television p gram in the latter part ol Januarj on Cta. V "The still Small \ tea, a program sponsored by tit Greater Miami Rabbinical \>Cla IOn %  vet100 reviews wire submit1, (mm 10 schools in the Greater I iami area, cloaing the national Schvvartzman. executive director. and Herbert Berger, associate director "I the Bureau Continued from Page 1-A Arab League's economic council said in Cairo that any interference by the British Government; or any other country with its boy-' colt activities would cause the Arab countries to reconsider their economic relations with such countries. The council condemned the British Government for its public land of disapproval of efforts by Aiab embassies in London to prevenl British firms from trading with Israel. Support of "Zionist political endeavors" by any country, the Cairo statement added. would be considered support of Israeli aggressive actions'' Ambassadors in London of 12 Arab nations held a special conference and issued a statement ex pressing "surprise" at the statement in the House of Lords by Lord Carrington, Deputy Foreign Secretary, in which the Government criticized the boycott actions against British firms. The same statement was made in the House ot Commons. Vigorous debate took place over the Mancroft dismissal in both Houses. The 12 envoys also said that "the sole judges" of their activities were their own governments and that they were "not prepared to receive instructions or remarks" except Irom their own governments. Much of this Arab counter-response was considered by experts here on Arab politics as a smokescreen for a two-day meeting of Arab military leaders in Cairo, called specifically to work out a plan to counter Israel's scheduled start of diversion of Jordan River waters next spring for a huge irrigation project in the Negev. Warlike threats have been made by some Arab states against those plans but the Cairo meeting was adjourned with no indication of any agreement on any plan. In the House debate. Peter' Thomas. Joint Minister of State for foreign affairs, said that the British Government "strongly disapproves 01 pressure from any 1 source on British firms to discriminate between British subjects on any grounds." He added that these viewhad been conveyed to. Arab embassy representatives in London an:! that the Government' hoped that these practices would be stopped. Sir Barnett Janner, an MP and' president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, thanked Thomas for his statement, as did Harold Wilson, leader of the opposition Labor Party, who also asked whether the Government would join the Labor Party in specifical 1 ly condemning the insurance com' pany. Thomas replied he did not i think it would be appropriate to condemn a particular firm. A Conservative MP, Gilbert Longden, said that what such companies as the Norwich Union needed was not Government adI vice but "a few more guts." < John Paton, a Labor MP, said ; the Government condemnation "should stiffen the backs of some of the boneless wonders who seem to be running the big commercial firms of this country." He added that he did not think the Arabs would stop such activities and asked whether Thomas would consider seeking legal action to make illegal discrimination in international trad*. 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F.:dav. December 20, 1963 Mewigf f/cridrfcim Page 9-A The Day the Jewish Home For the Aged Was Begun What '*• '< l"w n lnc day the Jewish Home for the Aged Greater Miami was founded 1 Minute* "1 'he meeting elo (lii-nlK report i'ie event "On the afternoon of January >. 1910 Mr*, l-idor Cohen invited i nup o! men and women lo ii r home, and after all were .--( mble ill He iad called her to his bedside and told her that after his death, he ivould leave %  substantial sum ol none) for the purpose of a Home or ihe Jewish aged He also told her he was leaving a lik. mount lor a Catholic and pro, -i.itit home for the aged. Vfter listening to the inter talk of Mrs Cohen, the becanv very enthusiastic rl< .-. ed to organize the Hebri tged Home. with • %  ), ; ilia • ing i l< i till .itemporcer Mrs Isidor ohen. Mru illiam Clem, Mi Josi | h M Fine, I secretary; and Mrs e Ine, recording secretarj ing the election, the i : dues u ,i ilii ussed, decide to pa> 13.00 I: was also decided i fore we drafted by la i me, it -ml l ha\ e fore the Rab the city, awell as thi roup, since the pro homi ii .i vi rj large un I require:) ihe lull r c r c !* cooperation of the entire community. i lie fololwing were present and pan! their dues: Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Mrs, Sol Schwartz, Mrs i. Ri MI jarten, Mr. S. Schwartz, Mri i: Gordon, B. Cordon. Mrs S Stone, Mrs William ilein, Mrs j M pine, Mrs. M. Badanes, MrM Felman and Mrs Isadora Fine It was decided that we start immediately to get information from outstanding aged homes, so that we would have a definite Idea ato carrying on this work Heretofore, several aged men and women were taken care ol i>> various individuals, welfare and Chesel Shel Ernes. %  \iw r the meeting was adjourned, a social hour was en 11) cd i>> ,iii the guests present Hi -I I" tlull) submitted, i Mrs. i lara Fine, lempora j exe etary." ll n" nil rn-ii io in \ity ol .. been n.. %  ihi r.atw %  rt Wi • %  for thi I'mted S l Com nil ^ P M i %  %  tioi Conferem • %  and the I I -Lite GOI \.i lit retarj i el Justices ol the Supn me Courts, He was also di ector of the noted Fed< ral State Conferenc and direc lot oi the Kii-t National G > ernors' Conference on M lealth, Among Specto writings, he particular!) noted tor "The States and Their Older CitiOfficers and Auxiliary leaders of the Jewish Home for the Aged are sea.ed (left to right) Stanley M, Beckerman, treasurer and chairman of the Budget Committee; Baron de Hirsch Meyer, vice president and building campaign chairman; Judge Harold B. Spaet, honorary president; Judge Irving Cypen. president; David Phillips and Louis Eiesler, vice presidents; Sam Resnick, financial secretary. Standing Melt to right* are Mrs. Sol Silvermcn, corresponding secretary, and honorary president. Greater Miami Auxiliary; Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, recording secretary, and president of the Greater Miami Auxiliary; Mrs. Barthold Strauss, president. Junior Auxiliary; Mrs. Jack Morgenstern, president, Miami Auxiliary; Mrs. David Phillips, Home and Auxiliary leader. Mrs. Stanley Beckerman, president, Hollywood Auxiliary; and Mrs. Jack Ablin, Jewish Home for the Aged and community leader. Not shown are Mrs. Isidor Cohen, founder; Col. Jacob M. Arvey and David B. Fleeman, vice presidents. JOI NT PLANNING CROWNS SUCCESSFUL PROJECT Federation President Greets Home id 11 > Lei lurt, president ol the Gi r Mi imi Jewish Fedi at ii ; tinweek i xpressed oining Judge ,. ,v Cypen, | lent ol the Jew Lsh I! me for Ihe Aged, Maur 11 I'i %  l-t< in, executive ud tne entire > ommun• in Ab hit Mi ;. ; ial l i Louis ; Bres i. Pa\ l n an I \ %  .iinl ihe Pol \ tie Hir Me) • i II fat ilit'.i em Ibli nt plani eil rl Home ind through the iil si rving in its role .,, the entral ource tor the irth and *'< Ifare needs of our Gre iti r Miami J< wish communi efcourt said, ., idents, h o will I.I. I i il l>\ the I! it.highl) competi ifl and io their families at I friends who k i ihi >• are ri i the fin, -i ire : i ssible, i'i c 22, the • i> oi dedication, will a memorable occasion. "We, ol Federatu n. can be pn ud that our 11 >m I the ai Douglas Gai lens is thi largest facility i th< Southeast. More -'i -' an be \ roud ol the I. adersh p that h: % %  made this in autiful la< ility com pi l< ni e %  its p f| and "I Ihe di 'i the vi iui %  io help i day a bapp) i periei • %  The fruition i : plai inauj nd Implemented by %  %  |i ratiati ai d one oi its benefit iary agencies in the local community pee/vidi a mo lei example oi whal can be accomplished sbrough mutual understanding and joinl planning and programm On I iccasi n il thi i,! ater Miami Jew ish F turn, salute Ihe l< ish Home fi i: • %  Aged hich Ii is brought Ii \ nity, -i II-I' ni purpose and beli to those in iheir later 5 ears." i MR. /"NO MRS. CHARLES CHMff.OV/SKr EnkrcceJ Home SiDNtY SFtClOR \ :,, p iri to the Governors • ,, ,. IS i "The \ .,, ] || \.. ... In the United States: A National Problem, : %  \...i ni State M nt .,1 Hospil ils, I960; nd "Prospects (or Two Generations ol the \ i %  Housirg Y i i Continued 'rom Page 7-A • • %  %  II in -i .i train icense PI therapy land ifl || >., added cond and third t!o >rs, have in beds i ach, b it two nursin • station complexes room, drug room soiled utility The entire three-story building .air-conditioi e : and heated rhere are two passeneh v ators and one service eli \ ator. h iom on the seeond and thn I floor has piped-in i H ,n. electricall) operated hi lo bi ds %  Hi • manually i 1 No longer are lenl i cannol small dini 'g room fed ii lion" in hei e the; ii anj i l tunit) ,.i result ol thi 122 new heele %  patien chair ch equii with a portable [ormica rei v. riting-eating table, these dents can be fed as part of a social group on the sun porches or in tii-' lounge-recreation-tele•i ro ims spread throu the floors. These new chairs will now permit the small dmin : rooms to be use I almo I rune for activities rather than in-! for meals ..IS. AW3 MkS. SAM RiSNKK 105 Contributors Will be Enshrined on Pillar ictly 106 persons, who have contributed or bequeathed s.s.ooo or more to the Home sinee 1940 vlMfl Adam Heiss bequeathed the •u.-t mft ol 110.000 to lound a Jewish Home for the Aged IB Miami, are to be uniquel) hon %  red by the Home at Its dedica •ion ceremonies on Sunday at Douglas Gardens. Thrir names are permanently placed on a travetine marble pillar in the new lobby of the Home. Future contributors WlU also have their names bUCrUMO on the pillar. Above these names, which will be in gold letters, will be the following and appropriate quota tion ••Tuncan be gracious and very beautiful. And those who >re steeped m lime should hav< '" "' v ii %  B nd material services from ,l,o-e who are yet to be old ihemselves In '< rests %  Splendid Humanity. i„ addition to Mr and Mrs Louis Bresler and Mr and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, othei outstanding leaders h i this Sptonj did Humanity group are Ml. ana Mrs Charles Charcewaky, Mr .,,„, Mrs. Sam Kann, Mr and K Sam Kipnis, Mr. and Mr. Sam Rosl and Mr and Mrs. Walter I.. Jacobs. It Ilargely through their effort that the following has been achieved: Prior to the present expansion of the M'l'ii Memorial, the Home had a total of 112 beds. The total number of bednow In Douglas Gardens is :!-'ii beds, a gain ol 108 percent The present expansion is wholly within the Ablin unit for Intensive nursing ( a re eases, and here the increase was from 42 to 156 beds, a gain of 271 percent Within the Ablin unit prior to the present expansion, only 4 out of 42 beds were in private rooms, or 9.5 percent. At present. 48 out of a total of 156 bo.is In the three stor) buil Iing are in 1 rivate rooms, or 43:; percent, The increase from 1 boilin private rooms to is is a 1,100 percent gain. in cooperative studi nl training ims, the Jewish Home tor the Iged I affilit; e I with the Graduate School of Social Welfare in ir. 11 In social work stu dents, the Dade Board ol Public Instruction In training practical nursing students, the Psychiatric Institute in orientation of psychiatric residents in geriatrics. It is likely that in 11*65 it will provide internships for physical therapy -tm'cnts at the University of Floiida in Gainesville. MR. AH0 MRS. SAM KIPNIS ne.l in or < •• fi ol. till. II If MR. AND MRS. DAVID PHILLIPS



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Friday, December 20. 1963 •t knitf k>rkHenr) Page 3-B Large Crowd Expected at Hebrew Univ. Woman cf Hie Year Luncheon Dec. 27 Mrs. Max Weitz. chairman of the Woman of the Year Award Luncheon honoring Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, discusses with Mrs. Oida C. Rubin, honorary president of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, plans for ;he Dec. 27 noon luncheon at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mrs. Max Weitz, chairman of the Woman of the Your Luncheon ot the American Friends of the Hebrew University, has announced t %  > it a ex ac'tj attendant e is i cipattd ui the Dec. 21 noon I incheon in Ihe Fontainebleau : At o < nmmitt*e mcei n •: in the home of Wo*nnn oi the Bcok Chairman Miss Lillian Goodman, plans lor Ihe annual event were final/ %  and an area meeting was held last wek in the home of Mrs. Samuel T Sapiro in Coral Gables. Mrs, Michael (Joan) Con a\ noted atith i ind lecturer, w ill be i ceh od at the a'rp irt b; Mi s. i Krensl > and Mrs. W< i her achievements in civic, cultural an I philanthropic endeavors, as well as her dedic ited i fforts in behalf of t IiHe brew University ol Jerusalem. A musical presentation by the noted viol nisi Joan Field is an expression ol Ihe artist's deep ad; n ion !":• the accompl'shn of the State ol lsra< I and thi •Lnitici-fc o! I !le aclii>'\ .-•".•iiN it the I lebrev University 11 Jetisal "•'. Mrs Waits said. "Av are that the noted conductor, Kou sevitcky, presented his private music I'brary to the Hebrew i n versify, and thai recently an Arthur Rubinstein ( hair oi Musicol ogy was established by the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra with the proceeds oi Rub nste'n's manj m %  • ii performances In Israel. Miss Field i a chosen Ihe occasion of i ie Woman ol (he Year Luncheon 1^ an opportunity i<> demonstrate her understanding "i the importmce of Israel' n al institution of higher ; larning." Miss Field was invited to perform in I-1' I a" d plans to give i onci rts in that country during the coming year. She is well ; to Israel audiences through her recordings, which are trequently pla; ed over Kol '> isroel. Included in viisa i' eld's selections will be N run" Irom the Hassidic Suite p\ Bloch, Mrs. Jack S. I'opick is chairman 'if the Award Committee for the %  on. AccordfDg 1" Mrs Samuel Simonhpff, president of the Greater Miami V imi n' Dh s>on of the American Frj :nds ol the Het liversity, Mrs. Samuel T. ., : v ill i i %  ;•• e u Foundership [ii „ %  ., .•..-. i acfapon In rec%  %  11 • -i of the i'!UIII.-H> ol Mr. and Mrs sap. I.I in their establish,ne,.t ol a revolving Student loan fund, which, bis already assisted more than 100 nce/Jy students at Hebrew Inivei-ity. Seiderman Will Speck Friday Firmer Assistant New York District Attorney Paul Seiderman, Mian.: Death c.vic leader, will be principal speaker at an oneg ShaJ bat tn be Held at Wurman's H ni. 43rd si. and Collins Ave I,I. Friday evening. \i,w chairman pf ih-' Board of Trustees, oi ihe Forida Region.,; Board • % %  Ihe Anti -LVI.illiatioll ue, his us lit will be "is Ihere Anti-Semitism in Florida 1 Sam WaMir.an. president of the Waldman Family Hotels, will be moderator. Louise Wise iBuffet Luncheon luncheon tor members of |L".IIWise Chapter. American I — rets, was scheduled for (Thursday, lec. 19. 11:30 a.m.. at Ihe Monte Carlo Hotel. Mrs Joseph White, program rbairman, was to present a skit, plan's Relationship to Man," by j Dr. L'i lev. i-h or a mature of roth I lave fi,r luncl %  aei toda;, CHJF sov AR-c:: v! :;sc Kuv!c!i %  .' %  %  .' li little ........ Riled b i o Cheese., m...... |, |i I in the"] ill ilian way. U m, n>! Rral li u*n fl famed < .' %  ;• %  %  thi • i : : .. ma I I CHBSSt?. • N 5AUC / .:.:^Lu. %  ii iii-*i* i\ GOOD THINGS IN JEWISH \A Richf lavor and mellow ta'am have made Maxwell House by far and away the best loved coffees in Jewish homes. Their matchless quality has been constant for three generations-constant in giving joy and good cheer at meal time, refreshment time, holidays and every day. Why not have a cheering cup of Maxwell House Coffee right now!... Regular in land 2 lb. cans; or Instant in 2, 6 and 10 oz. jars. Good to the last drop! M>I*-I*I' INSTANT KOSHER-PARVE Certified by "• bW H#r$ch Kohn MAXWELL ye &f i-ej; MMHUNOM Fine Products of General Foods



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Tzge 14-B k*>i§t fhr/dUawf Friday, December 20. 1963 Jordan Gilbert Bruce Bergcr Marilyn Goldfarb Barton Berger Jeffrey Mazor Leonard feldman Phillip Bennett J^jar 21. Jeffn j an eighth grade student al bi., M Fislur Junior High, where he plays cornet in the school band. He v. as an award winner in the Dado Count) Science Fair and is interested in advanced mathematics, electronics and amateur radio The celel rant w ill be h it a Kiddush following the ceremony. Guests will include his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Beila Mazor, and maternal gran.. father, Saul Zabow. Jerome Siesholtz On Saturday morning, Dec. 21, Rabbi Simon April will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Jerome Siesholtz at Beth Moshe Congre gatjon. A student of (he congregation's Hebrew School and at North Mi ami Beach Junior High, the celebrant p!a> violin in the school on hestra Sou ol Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Siesholtz, Jerome will be honored at the Kiddush in Popiel social Hall following the i< remony. Marilyn Goldfarb Friday evening services, Dec. 20. at r.eih David, conducted by Rab bi Norman \. Shapiro, will include the Bas Mitzvah of Marilyn Fornian, daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldfarb Marilyn, in the eighth grade at Deerborne School, is the recipient ol an outstanding scholarship certificate and was voted best all round girl at school. One of her poemhas been published in the National High School Poetry Anil, o!og\. and -he received an hon Liable mention from the Ford Future Scientists Of America. Out Side interests include swimming. dancing and playing the piano. Following services, Mr. and Mrs. Goldfarb will host the Oneg Shabbat in their daughter's hon91 Barton Berger Barton, son of Mr. and Mrs Al vin Berger, Liberty. NY. and grandson ol Mr. and Airs. Walter Ber ;er, 140 SW 52nd Ave., will te his Bar Mitzvah on Sat ui .i> morning, Dee 21. Rabbi l avid Rosenfeld will officiate at the ceremony during services al il.: Vr Granada Jewish Center. The celebrant is an eighth grade student at Liberty High. Active in i thletii -. he's an outstanding baseball player and a member ol the Police Athletic League. The Bar Mitzvah will be honored at the Kiddush following ser\ ces and at a luncheon at Westbrooke Country Club. inmaternal gran parents. Dr. : nd Mrs Harry Oidim, will be i c from Liberty for the occt> Lk"a Epelbaum I .;. Mitzvah oi Lidla, daughter Of Mr. and Mrs Sholem Epelb. urn. Will be celebrated Saturd.iv D-.orning, Dep. 21. at Temple Fmai u Kl. with Dr. Irving Lehrman officiating. An advareed -tiidcnt in all -ubi, ,!-. l.idia ia sixth grade student at Central Beach Elementary School, sue also studies pia.no, and her hobby 11 -tamp collecting. A reception al the Embassy Resi. urani will tollov the c< remony. Allan Kaplan Earl) morning services at the elite Center, conducted by Rabbi Shmaryahu T Swlrsky, will include the Bar Mitzvah of Allan Kaplan oi: Saturday, Dec. 21. A seventh grade student at Shenandoah Junior High, where he participates in Varsity sports, the celebrant ia student at the Center.Religious School. \!r and MrBernard Kaplan will honor their SOU at the One, Shabl al on ln.la> evening, the Kiddush on Saturday and a dinner at the Royal Hungarian Restaurant at night. Allen is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Chiel Chiel ia past president of Beth El Congregation in Miami. Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Beth El will be honored guest at the Bar Mitzvah ceremony and celebration. Put Holiday courtesy in Your driving It's the surest road to a Happy New Year—all yem long! Drive with care ... everywhere .. and £et your "Do unto others" bumper strip at any FREE SAFETY BANNER DANGER AMERICAN CASUALTY CO. A parked or disabled car on a busy highway is tremendously vulnerable. Each year thousands of people are killed or seriously injured when their disabled automobiles are struck by oncoming vehicles To help prevent accidents of this type and to cut down on useless loss of life, the American Casualty Company has preE ared a special car safety banner. This big 15x40 inch banner ; printed with a highly visible fluorescent ink that will elearlv mark your car for oncoming traffic. To get your free auto safety banner, just stop in at the J. M. FREED INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 901-3 SEYBOLD BLDG. 36 N.E. 1st STREET Miami 32, Fla. — Phone FR 3-5361 el i I d its' avl to] < FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY