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The Jewish Floridian ( January 3, 1964 )

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L "dewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 37 — Number 1 Miami, Florida, Friday, January 3, 1964 Two Sections Price 20* EXPECT TO BRING MISTREATMENT BEFORE UNITED NATIONS Israel Shocked by Prisoner Cruelty CHIEF RABBI NISSIM his bailiwick JERUSALEM (JTA) Premier Levi Eshkol declared this week that Israel would seek maximum world attention to the "cruelties" suffered by Israelis held in Syrian prisons and that no effort would be spared to obtain the release of Israelis still held. He chargeJ Syria with "barbarism" in the treatment of Israeli prisoners. Israel twice approached the International Red Cross in Geneva on the issue. The agency was Chief Rabbi Nissim Says Pope -If Paul Comes to ITALIANS HAVE EXCLUSIVE Tons of Television Gear Readied for Pontiff's Tour TEL AVIV — (JTA) — An Italraeli cadets will salute the Ponkan naval transport unloaded at tiff as buglars herald his arrival Hail this week tons of special at Hegiddo. television equipment to be used for coverage of Pope Paul's visit U> Israel on Sunday. RAI, the Italian Television Network, which has been given the exclusive coverage rights by the Vatican, will relay television bioadcasts to all European stations and the United States via 'i t lstar. Seme 700 reporters and cameramen are expected in Israel far the Pope's one-day visit which will include six hours of mctor travel and five hours of visits, including a mass at the Church of the Annunciation in Nazareth and lunch at the Mount of Beautitude Monastery. The official Israeli reception will have President Shazar, Prem ier Eshkol. Deputy Premier Ebba President Shazar will greet the Pope in Hebrew and hand him a special medallion inscribe.1 "Terra Sancta." At the border crossing, a collective list of the Pope's entourage will be endorsed with an Israeli entry stamp. The Pope and his Cardinals will remain in cars driven by clergymen while correspondents and other persons in the convoy will transfer to Israeli busses and proceed to tour Nazareth, Lake Tiberias and various churches en route to Mount Zion in new Jerusalem. A similar but much briefer ceremony will be held in new Jerusalem before the Pope crosses the Mandelbaum gate on his return to Jordan-held old Jerusalem. Israeli has spent more than S300.000 in preparation for the EbanTnd nT Gold. MeaTS v.sit, including placement of teleForeign Minister, welcomphone, telegraph, telex and broadirs the Pontiff. A platoon of Iscasting stations along the route. lirst asked to make an objective medical investigation of the physical and mental state of the 11 Israelis who were returned to Israel on Dec. 21 in exchange for 18 Syrian prisoners. Moshe Bartur,' Israel's permanent representative %  it the European office of the United Nations, said such examinations were needed immediately because the Israelis had been subjected to inhuman treatment. In the second request, Israel asked the Bed Cross to interHell Greet Jerusalem JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Chief Iiabbi Yitzhak Nissim will not participate in the welcoming ceremonies in Israel in connection with the visit to be made here by Pope Paul VI on Jan. 5. it was ir.dicat ed here by the Chief Rabbi's office. The office said the Chief Rabbi v. ill not go to Meglddo. where the Pontiff is scheduled to enter Israel from Jordan, and will not take part in the ceremonies scheduled here, when the Pope is to return to Jordan via the Mandelbaum Gate. While the Chief Rabbi's office declined further comment, it was indicated that Rabbi Nissim felt that his participation in the ceremonies could be only on the basis of reciprocity. This was taken to mean that Chief Rabbi Nissim would greet the Pope only if the latter would include in his itinerary a visit to the Chief Rabbinate of Israel. (In Rome. Pope Paul said, in his annual Christmas message, that the purpose of his forthcoming pilgrimage to the Holy Land is "solely religious." He stated he will greet not only Christians but also "those outside the lold of Christ, and our good intentions will embrace all the peoples of the earth, far and near.") vene with the greatest urgency on behalf of some 10 Israelis still held in Syrian jails. The Red Cross i topics pertaining to U.S.-Israel relations was reviewed dining the meeting. In his denunciation of Syria, made to the Parliament, the Premier said that joy over the leturr. of the 11 Israelies was mixed "with deep sorrow and shock." He said that eight of the returnees were "broken in body and spirit after years of cruel man-handling ar.d indeContinued on Page 9-A Shsrett Points to Big Lag Between UJA Collections And Increased Immigration PRESIDENT KEEPS FLEXIBILITY Johnson to Continue Kennedy Policies on Assistance to UAR \ I WASHINGTON (JTA) The White House, in its first public expression on Near East policy bince Lvrdon B. Johnson became President, indicated this week that there will be continuity ol President Kennedy's last expressed views on the continuation of American aid to the United Arab Republic. Mver Feldman, White House Deputy Special Counsel, wrote to aniel Neal Heller, national com„ ander of the Jewish War Veterans, recalling the Kennedy state meats m connection with the new amendment adopted by Congress on the severance of aid to the UAR. Heller had written President Kennedy on Nov. 15, urging that the amendment be implemented. Feldman informed Heller that "I have brought the letter to the attention of President Johnson." The amendment called on the President to either sever aid to nations-like the UAR—which Continued on Page 3-A MOSHE SHAMTT curtailed programs NEW YORK — (JTA' — Moshe Sharett, chairman of the Jewish Agency executive, said here this week that, while the rate of immigration to Israel had tripled in the last four years, the share of the United Jewish Appeal in financing immigration to Israel has remained stationary' "with a tendency to a -light decrease. Speaking at a press conference at the office of the American Section of the Jewish Agency here, he said that the growing lag. added to the shortages of previous years, "has resulte.; in a most acutely tragic backlog of vital requirements unmet, expectations unfulfilled, the process of absorption retarded, chances of better education and higher productivity unutilized, and the burden of indebtedness of the Jewish Agency steadily increasing." The former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister came to the United States three weeks ago primarily at the invitation of the UJA to take part, on behalf of the Agency executive, in the annual UJA conference. He also addressed local meetings in New York, Boston and Detroit. Mr. Sharrett also reported at the press conference on his participation in consultations among American Zionist leaders on the future of the American Zionist Council. He said it was his understanding that "the component parts of the Zionist movement in this country are firmly resolved to reactivate the Council as the central Zionist body, uniting them all Continued on rage 6-A RAISED S6,360,000 Farband Marks 50th Jubilee In New York NEW YORK — (JTA) The 50th Jubilee Celebration of the Farband Labor Zionist Order was marked this week with a convention report that the organization raised $6,360,000 during the current fiscal year for Israel funds and educational institutions maintained by Farband in this country and Canada. The information was disclosed by General Secretary Louis Segal ii a report to the 2.000 delegates at the convention here. He said S2,2SO,000 was raised for the United Jewish Appeal S750.000 for the National Committee for Labor Israel, the Histadiut campaign: S30O.0OO for the Jewish National Fund, and $2,500,000 in Israel Bond -ales. He reported that $400,000 was raised for the Farband day schools, Jewish Teachers Seminary and People's University and for various other cultural and educational programs, and $160,000 for the Farband Jubilee Furd. Since the start of the Israel Bond campaigns in 1951, he Continued on Page 11-A 1 n %  ->!% %  :, i ;: to i I13-20-27, l 8 n Lincoln ltd., .Miami Beach, Fla I13-20-27, u



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Page 2-A +Je*istinoridnan Friday. Jan uary 3, 196^ | Meeting to plan the 16th annual scholarsh : p dinner of the Hebrew Academy brings together (left to right) Maurice Revitz. associate chairman, B. L Binder, co-chairmen. Jacob Cohen, honoree, Leonard Rosen, co-chairman, and Joseph Cohen, cochairman. (For complete details, see Pago 8-A.) UN Urges Right' of Arabs To Return to Israel New UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. — jXA)—The United Nations General Assembly adopted at a plenary session here this week a resolution which among other points, calls upon the Palestine Conciliation Commission "to continue its efforts for the implementation" of a paragraph in a 1948 Assembly resolution interpreted as giving the Arab refugee the "right" to return to Israel. The resolution was adopted by a vote of 82 to 1, with 14 abstentions, the only negative vote having been cast by Israel. The draft adopted by the Assembly was identical with one passed by the body's Special Political Committee on November 20. Then, as before, Israel rejected the resolution, introduced by the United States, as -'unacceptable." Ambassador Michael S. Comay, Israel's permanent repre Robyn Tubin Chapter Robyn Tubin Chapter, City of Hope, will meet Thursday evening, Jan. 9, at the First Federal Building, 125th St. and NE 9th Ave. Agenda will include a discussion of the chapter's Tag Days set for Jan. 23 and 24 in No. Miami Beach, as well as a "Leukemia Luncheon" on Jan. 29. ser.tative here, denounced the resolution in a speech delivered before the balloting, pinpointi ing his Government's rejection Of the draft specifically to the clause which ties PCC action to i the disputed Paragraph Eleven of the 1948 resolution. That paragraph, said Mr. Comay, "torn from its setting, has undergone an irrational transformation in the Arab mind. It has become a mystic symbol of the contention that Israel does not belong to the Israelis—and it mutt be wiped off the map of the Middle East." Pointing out that that very 1948 craft also had called upon the Arab states to negotiate a fu'l and final settlement of all disputes with Israel, Mr. Comay de-, clared: "It is a sorry fact that the! MONTHLY PEST CONTROL I SERVICE rats • n**/3£Kh roaches Arabs hail Paragraph Eleven as I a denial of the sovereignty of a I United Nations member state and i as a license for belligerency." Israel's Parliament conclude debate this week on the Arab refugee issue by adopting a resolution which endorsed the statement by Mrs. Oolda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, that Israel would rot conduct negotiations on the refugees on the basis of a portion of a United Nations resolution! proposing repatriation or compensation of the refugees by Israel. Mcnachem Bcigin, leader of the Herut Party, accused the Government in the debate of violating a Knesset 1961 resolution which affirmed that the only solution of the refugee problem was resettlement in Arab countries. He said the "switch" from a call for direct Israel-Arab talks on a peace settlement to one for talks on the refugee separately was "a grave one." He asserted that under that proposal, Israel "obviously" would not go to the negotiating table with nothing to offer. Ishar Harari, of the Liberal I Party, said that to talk only about I the refugees was "just what the Arabs want" but Israel's strongest card, he stressed, was—no refugee talks as long as the Arab States were unprepared to live at peace; with Israel. He added that the; Israel Government should urge the United States to put an end to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for the refugees and that its contributions should go direct to the best countries, | thus shifting responsibility for the refugees from the United Nations to the Arab countries. m.. 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Friday. January 3. 1964 vjewlst flcritfiairi Page 3-A Panel Discussion At Beth Am Temple Beth Am held its regular Norman Nash, Dr. and Mrs. .1 lr.i. V^toriiiL* Mr TUIfi Mi's r% .r T> Jewish National Fund Me Ami Golden Book is displayed at the recent Me Ami banquet in the Fontainebleau Hotel. Left to right are Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman of Foundation for JNF; Zeev Dover, Israel Consul for the Southeast Region; and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, president, JNF Southeast Region. LBJ to Continue Kennedy Policy In Middle East Continued from Page 1-A practice or prepare for aggression, or certify to Congress that he hs found such nations deserving of continued aid. Feldman recalled that President Kennedy pointed out that this .amendment would "seriously restrict our flexibility in dealing with the UAR." Mr. Kennedy had "stressed that the President bears particular responsibilities in the field oi foreign policy and that, in carrying out these responsibilities, i.ecoun'. must be taken of the fact that the world is constantly changing"Legislative! restraints could deny tin!resident the flexibility es-j sential for coning with such char?' ami impair the effectiveness c! (niiet diplomatic efforts to iihrn-rc' developments in a construcfivt manner." Friday evenirg service last week. followed by a panel discus ,'.on featuring Dr. Chaim Essrog. director Of the Department of \duit Education of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations Also appearing on the panel were Joseph Altschuller, presi IMUI oi (be Temple, and Rober', I Newman, past president of Beth Am and new ly-elected president i ol the South Florida Federation ol the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. The following families were placed or. the Tree of Life, in the' newly-constructed lobby, in gratiI tu, e for their contributions to the Temple: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Litman, Dr. and Mrs. Warren Lir .'•MI, Mr. ''net Mrs. George Malin Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Markowitz Dr. and Mrs. Asher Marks, Mr and Mrs. Ted Marks. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Masters, Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Meyerson, Dr. and Mrs. Max Millar;!, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mintz, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Newman, Dr. and Mrs. Miu Noiui-ius. Mr. and Mrs. Evan M Yean Upriea Olster, Mr. and Mrs. Morton Orbech, Mr. ;nd Mrs. Maurice Oro\itz. and Mr. and Mrs. Norton Pallot. Home Owned Hem* Operate* TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? N o Safe, positive pest control with regular service for the home TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS "The Sign of Good Housekeeping" COSTS LESS THAN YOU THINK fc E ALL F R 7-1411 Greener Miami's Largest Exterminator .Service on TV Rabbi Hershel Brooks, of Temple Zam ra, will be featured on 'Give Us This Day,"' television program sponsored by the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami over WCK I", Cta. 10, Friday, at 7 a.m. Rabbi Brooks and Cantor Ben D:ckson will prc-ent a daily service and prayer. pyntr "sw ftnov sin BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 77 OTARION HEARING AIDS Repair All Makes WHILE lOU WAIT Matter If and Molds Imperial Hearing Aid Co. 84N.E.2nd Ave. 377-1022 TERMS TRAPES MIAMI SPRAY CO. 1201 OPA-IOCKA BIVO. MU 5-1521 0PA-10CKA, FLORIDA RENT PLYMOUTH CAR AND OTHER FINE E CAR8PLU3 Pc A MILE Convertibles $20 Week up ABOTT MOTORS |NC 1451 W. FLAGLE1 AND OTC $15 \ mi



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Page 4-A vlfwistifkirictian Friday, January 3. 1964 "Jewish Flor idian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4(105 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 PObli.hed ev*-y F, .day a.nce U by %  Tl.e Jewish, Ftorldta. ;it 15H SiK. Sixth Strett. Miami 1. *'""".,, Secon.l-ria.s8 Po*ta B e Paid at Miami. Hori.la. Th. Jewi.h Floridian has absorbed the Jewish_Unity and during the week as i seeit • t t FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher The JewMl Florl.llan does not guaranty |^ KM>ruH Of the mt-rohand lM.,advertiwert In ll. columns. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area *,nnn On* Year $5.00 Three Years $1200 Out of Town Upon Request —tf LEfiTMrtibuM K.ain. :i:".': EAR Msgr. Walsh: I have read your article, •Council and the ..Jews:* Clarification," in. the Becj^J edition of The Voice. I came to the end disturbed and found 1 *vefu greater cause for con; ierVatthe discovery 1 YtfSt this is only Part I of a larger presentation. Every issue you is a sensitive one for raise both of us. some degree ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Volume 37 Number 1 Friday. January 3, 1964 18 Teveth 5724 Affront to Civilization The eleven prisoners who have returned horn Syria suggest to us that the Arabs have Tost little of their classical cunning for the practice of brutality upon the human body. The history of the Crusades records just how adept ijiey were in this "art." But presumably, we live in an enlightened iwentieth century, and at a time capable of rebelling against inhumanity. For the Hitler epoch was a summation of all the cruelty men could direct against one another and the .otality of assurance that such cruelties would ;\ot be practiced anew. '" Whether it is that many former Nazis now ve as "experts" in their sullen craft as guests Of the Arab nations or that the European experience has meant nothing to the Middle East, the eleven returned prisoners tell a ghoulish &f ale. We are unhappily inclined to believe that the world will do nothing about this Syrian c.trocity. But if an organization like the United Nations shirks its duty, then it will be more •nan simply Jews whose cruel fate has been ignored. It will be the combined sensibilities of civilized men everywhere whose dignity is outraged. An Automatic Discussion The Myer Feldman assurance that Lyndon B. Johnson will continue the Kennedy policy with respect to UAR President Nasser was expected. Nevertheless, it is an unhappy assurance. At this very moment, Nasser is in the midst £nmwin^has not" been able to keep up 1 with of inviting the leaders of the Arab nations to the trip i ing o{ immigration to Israel during the i „„,„rrt to Part II I am frank to confess, with l £Z£ET\ am saddened that an editorial in The some aegree of anxiety. i '" %  cu tting response. Under Jewish Floridian shou d ehe* uch a shaj^cutt^g .^.^ £K2 Z^:^Ao C :Z these campaigns full tilt, with C01 M S \ different I suppose III. ^fJS^S^Z cumbed to the conditioning ^rfuMerstzndW amo ng Catholics large, which ooksto new horizons • tf such S^tff^ffS^JV^SmS certainly tend ttSJf^ lC Nevertheless I admit to havmg been SSTESri&T VSS&, Practiced and the blood let in the nineteen-hundred years, we ht be set right. The b ime of this wrong might finally be stayed. •:• w LONG HAND OF JUSTICE 18 Years After the End of World War II. We Must Not Fail The statement by former Prime Minister Moshe Sharett that United Jewish Appeal THE SOUKCt Of THE DlffKUlTY IHAT HAPPENED at the conclusion of the second session of the -' Ecumenical Council is too well-known for either of us to review here Bu? having been raised in their hopes, Jews everywhere could hardly hep expressing a keen sense of disappointment that nothing ** pertaining to this issue was even remotely fulfilled. I think you should well be able to understand the roots ot such a reaction even If you mav be unsvmpathetic to them. In anv'case. in the aftermath of Ecumenical^ analysis we were told that the Ecumenical is really none of our business, that it in fact relates to the Catholic Church and to Catholics only as an instrument for strengthening the Church. If. during the course of their deliberations, the participating prelates chose to discuss the Jews, this too was an internal consideration without bearing upon the Jews, themselves. It is probably here that the difficulty arose. Having been told that we were the subject of an important paragraph in an equally important Council study, some of us apparently jumped to an erroneous conclusion and began to feel ourselves partners in a vastlysignificant Catholic reevaluation. Don't judge the junipers too harshly. Statements made by the late Pope John and Augustin Cardinal Bea seemed to offer sufficient cause for the optimism. Besides, if you're going to talk about people, it is unrealistic to expect to lock them out of the discussion. I am a willing advocate for American Jews to give back their share in the Ecumenical Council — a share which it now in tact appears they never really owned. For my part, though I went along with the happy tide, I was not entirely convinced of the possibilities involved. As I suggested at the outset, the realities of historic experience raised my suspicions. %  t* *•" '%  a conference in Cairo. Purpose of the conference: to stop Israel from tapping the Jordan River for Israel's irrigation project in the Negev. If this isn't blatant aggressive intent, what can it possibly be? Nevertheless, President Johnson is content to recall the late President Kennedy's belief that an amendment curbing foreign aid to aggressors "would seriously restrict our flexibility in dealing with the UAR." We are, it seems, once again losing all intelligent restraint and purpose in the Middle East. With President Johnson's previous record of friendly understanding for Israel, his determination to continue the Kennedy policy seems 10 be an automatic decision rather than a careful evaluation, the consequences of which can orove to be as disastrous to our own government as to Israel. Hebrew Academy Dinner A record-breaking attendance is expected at the annual dinner for the Hebrew Academy on Sunday evening. Members of the community interested in the welfare of the all-day school will turn out to hear an address by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Herman Wouk. In so doing, they will also help the Scholarship Fund of the Academy, which makes up the large deficit incurred by the significant number of students who attend the school either on full or partial scholarships. To be honored at the annual dinner are a number of philanthropic-minded Greater Miamians who have given generous assistance to the Academy throughout the years, and particularly since the school's new plant was opened at 2400 Pine Tree Dr. But all who attend Sunday will be satisfied that they have done their bit to support this institution. The Hebrew Academy is the repeated recipient of national attention for its bi-lingual curriculum, featuring Jewish orientation within the framework of an American studies program. Those interested in the destiny of the school may well be proud of its academic achievements to date. past four years should galvanize us all for the task ahead. The task ahead is the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal in Greater Miami. The lion's share of our annual CJA goes to UJA support of the immigration lifeline. Too many Jews are fleeing lands of political, religious and economic oppression today for us to fail their need. As Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal gets set to roll up its sleeves, let us make sure that each of us can be counted upon to contribute. When Mr. Sharett tells us that the shortage in funds is resulting "in a most acutely tragic backlog of vital requirements unmet, expectations unfulfilled, the process of absorption retarded, chances of better education and higher productivity unutilized," he is telling us that we have fallen down in our responsibility to Israel. We can resume the proper fulfillment of that responsibility through a proper support of our own Combined Jewish Appeal. RECALLING A SIMILAR OBStKVATION IT IS ONE things, Sir. to give you back complete possession of your %  Council and to ask us to dismiss ourselves as importers, or even worse, usurpers. But it is quite another thing now to make a second demand: that we must even be denied the privilege of reacting either to the deliberations themselves, or to the critics of our reaction. I think this is going a bit far; it brings us too close to the era of your spiritual absolutism, which is the nightmare of our past. There are a lot of things you say in your article in The Voice. As you see it. they refute the statements made in an editorial in these columns. But above and beyond the specifics of them all, stands this observation: "Incidentally, this article in The Jewish Floridian is not helping the cause of ridding the earth of anti-Semitism ." I am here reminded of an editorial in the Jesuit magazine, "America," of September 1. 1962. in which Jews and Jewish organizations were castigated for their general support of litigation seeking to remove religious practices from the public school system: ."We wonder whether what is gained through the courts by such victories is worth the breakdown of community relations which will inevitably follow them. What will have been accomplished if our Jewish friends win all the legal immunities they seek, but thereby point themselves into a corner of social and cultural alienation When court victories produce only a harvest of fear and distrust, will it all have been worthwhile?" STAKT Of AN EXCEUENT NtW YtAR I DO NOT believe, Sir, that your query is any less provocative. Even "Commonweal," you will recall, the esteemed lay Catholic journal of opinion, refused to tolerate this kind of outrageous editorializing. In any case. I have already permitted myself the exercise of more criticism than I intended, at least at this time. Let me here say that I followed with fascination the reasoning behind your statement that "no doctrine sponsored by the Church these 19 centuries can be held responsible for discrimination against the Jews." It reminds me of my own days with St. Thomas Aquinas in the most prolific depths of his "Summa Theologica." It therefore goes without saying that, somewhat knowledgeable in the AristotelianAquinian methods of philosophy myself. I can as easily refute your paradoxes and with the weight of history as a beneficial ally. But what will be gained? Are we, you and I, to call one another unkind things across printing presses poised full tilt, while a bewildered public and two sectarian communities choose up sides for the resumption of battle? Or does the spirit of Ecumenism, if I may borrow the term from you for one moment, really mean someCollection of Judaica A unique exhibit of Jewish ceremonial objects and Jewish folk art is now on view at Temple Israel of Greater Miami. The collection of Judaica is being shown at the Temple Museum through the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Horwitz, of Cleveland, O. The collection is regarded as one of the most comprehensive anywhere. Items on view run the gamut from alms and spice boxes to Torah breastplates and crowns; Torah finials and pointers to Pidyon Haben and circumcision plates; mezuzahs and tefillin cases to candlesticks, menorahs, Chanuka lamps and ethrog containers. EAZ-MS dec J e tl ym t'vated men can. in fact, sit down in amity The rich exhibit spans the work of five &w£wSfflwSS / d n ot as you suggest expeCt yOU u to centuries. A mezuzah container in the shape *&g!ttllS^U^ "" ""* y U ****** *** of a jar reminiscent of the jars in which the But men of good-will should be able to reason together to map Dead Sea Scrolls were found is an example out, let us say, a positive orosrm JLl ,f k : -mint of 16th century Italian craftsmanship. rather than AJSgl broodTpo^t iTZ^I^lTZX The_ artistry of these museum pieces are %  £ entering the lists in a blaze of righteous intention where I can hallmarks of the European Jewish religious ? !" r in kind the challenge you pose in The Voice, I thought first experience, which tell us much about our past. I0 ugg £ st tms alternative before resorting to the javelin It would The Temple Israel exhibit is a worthy addition for the start of a most excellent New Year, to our community's cultural horizons. Sincerely yours



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I %  Friday. January 3, 1964 fJ<*1st ncrkiilan Page 5-A > <•Greater Miami Will Be Represented John f. Kennedy Memorial forest Greater Miami will be represented in the newly-established 1 KCnnedy Forest. • The forest will be situated in the Freedom Forest established early last year outside of Jerusalem. The 10,000-tree forest is a project of the Jewish National Fund. The> John Fitxgerald Kennedy Peace Forest was announced last week by the Jewish National Fund of America as an expression of the feelings of shock, profound sorrow and bereavement of American Jewry over %  ft the assassination of their youthful leader. In a telegram addressed to JNF presidents and councils in every community in. the United States, including the Greater Miami Council, the president of the Jewish National Fund, Max Bressler, outlined the purposes of the new memorial forest by explaining that: "The Jewish National Fund, sharing with all American people and the free world its bottomless grief over the dastardly murder of President Kennedy, is resolved to perpetuate his memory ft by linking his name with the land of Israel." Bressler said that "As a memorial, we envisage the John Fltlgerald Kennedy %  PeaceForest to be in the heart of the American Israel Freedom Forest on the ancient site of Beitar, where 2,000 years ago Bar Kochba fought his last battles against the legions of Rome for Israel's freedom." The planting of the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest his received the approval of Israel Prime Minister Levi Eshkol and the full support of the Government and the people of Israel." ZOA Plans Winter Cruise Abraham Grunhut, tourism cjia^ngan ;for the Greater Miami Districts of the Zionist Organization of America, has announced that the local ZOA Districts will again sponsor its annual Caribbean Cruise. This year ZOA members, relatives and friends, will depart Jan. 18 on the beautiful Zim liner SS Jerusalem, for a seven-day tripj to St. Thomas, Virgin Islands and 1 San Juan, Puerto Rico. According to Grunhut, the cruise will only lake participants away | from business for five days, at :. the ship will be used as a hot.'I during the entire trip. Special entertainment and activities have been planned as well as receptions in both St. Thome s and San Juan by the local Jewibi community leaders. Rales start from $150 per person, and ZOA has reserved mai y ot the choice accommodations f< r the cruise. Further details aid available at the officer of the Southeast Region ZOA, 1370 Washington Ave. Mendel Rsher to Visit Greater Miami; Will Dedicate Me Ami Golden Book Mendel N. Fisher, for 28 years executive director of the Jewish National Fund of America until his retirement last year, will visit this area on Jan. 27. according to an announcement by Rabbi Mayer Abrnmowitz, president of the JNF Southeast Region. Rabbi Abramowitz said that Fisher will be coming here for a Jewish National Fund Council program with Tova Rorni. one of Isreal's leading singers. Fisher was guest speaker at the inaugural supper of Me Ami back in March, 1961, Leon J. Ell, president of the Greater Miami Council, noted. "He made such a profound impression then," Ell declared, "that it is or.ly fitting for us to bring him back when Me Ami has become a reality." Me Ami, this community's twin; cily in Israel, was dedicated in the Jewish State last Nov. 27.1 The settlement is situated on the! Jordan border near the Israeli j Arab city of Umm el Fahm. Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman j of the Jewish National Fund; Foundation here, this week re-| minded the community that "Greater Miami has pledged (8 million in cash toward the com : pletion of Me Ami. We made this pledgS in October, 1962, when a pilgrimage of our leadership traveled to Israel for the groundbreaking ceremony." Dr. Lehrman said that "we made i the pledge through an exchange Jewish National Fund Of America ESTABLISHES JOHN F. KENNEDY MEMORIAL FOREST IN ISRAEL MBNDU HSHtU of Torahs, one of the most binding contracts in Jewish Tradition, and we did this in the name of the entire Greater Miami community. That pledge must be met." In order to hasten completion of the goal, a Me Ami Golden Beak was dedicated at the recent annual dinner of the Greater Miami Jewish National Fund Council. Inscriptions are now being accepted. During his visit here, Fisher will endorse the Golden Book and; officially inaugurate it on behall of the JNF of America. DIVIDENDS! WERE AND STILL ARE HIGHEST IN DADE CO. "The Jewish }\ational fund represents one of Zionism S most constructive achievements in liumilli welfare and jocial development. '<>/m F. Kennedy <£ "4 ANTICIPATED ANNUAL DIVIDEND PAID A COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY FREE GIFTS free transfer of funds from anywhere in the United State* niversity* SAVINGS AND IOAN ASSOCIAllOM deral or coaAiGAiits Miracle Mil* Pone* eJ* L*on OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 8 PM0 the hallowed ground where Jjar ^Ac-ehba waged hie last aallant battle for Jfudca 's freedom two thousand years aae. the JDNH \T' ^AoiMCi/y ^/Jf erne-rial J-orcst will rise within tlie green confines of the jiAmerican-


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Page 6-A *Je*istiftorldHari Friday, ?nd to blackmail them into withdrawing from it. The technique includes not only a boycott Of Israel and its products, but a secondary boycott of any iirm that has production or assembly plants in Israel, and even a territory boycott of firms shipping their products in vessels that stop at Israeli ports, or using component parts made; in Israel. This has been only spottily enforced. A good deal depends on how badly the Arabs need the products. Their anti-Jewish policy has not prevented the Arab rulers from calling in Jewish medical specialists from London or New York, nor would it keep them from buying needed products from firms with a strong economic base and the courage to use it. Rootes and Renault cars are exported to Isreal; Leyland trucks are assembled there. German firms have in many instances defied 1 the Arab League boycott and continued to do a profitable and grow-1 ing business in the Middle East. Many British and American lirms use subsidiaries or agents and trade with Israel under other names.! Others either out of principle or because of their economic strength,! scorn to use a subterfuge. • • • Doubtless the Arabs feel they can afford to be nasty toward the British, who have lost their dominance in world trade and who don't j have economic aid programs that can be cut. The latest ripple of the stir in the Mancroft case is the Arab League's announcement! that Patrick Hancock, British Ambassador to Norway, will be banned] from any Arab country because he is a former envoy to Israel and j frier.dly to it. This is an extension of the economic boycott to diplomacy. Further extensions a<-e almost limitless. How absurd can the Arabs get? It would do them some good to have more American ; firms read the Constitution to them. A united Europe, through its] Common Market, could—if it chose—adopt a stringent rule against such religious blackmail and prevent the Arabs from playing off one European country against another. In America, too, the industries doing business in the Middle East could band themselves together in a fair play rule to treat Israel and the Arab states alike and keep their own unity intact on the crucial question of religious treedom. Continued from Page 1-A lor a common endeavor." He said he fourd the leaders ol the Zioni-t organizations "in substantial agreement" on the Council's "future program of action." "According to this consensus," be said, "the American Zionist Council, operating with an assured budget which is to be provided by its constituent organizations, is to concern itself with the general problems ot American Jewish life, formulate a common Zionist policy on the issues arising from time to time, ami collectively assert the Zionist viewpoint within the counsels of United States Jewry." He said the task of Zionism in the United States was "to assert itself and to exercise influence in Jewish life in all fields—fund-raising and distribution cf the funds, education, the synagogue." Such efforts should be pursued by Zionists as a collective program. He said, in response to a question, that he understood that the Zionist Council was about to elect a new piesident and a new chairman ef its executive committee. In reply to another question, Mr. Sharett called efforts to link the recent outbreaks by ultraOrthodox zealots in Jerusalem and in New York with the problem of leligious lift in Israel "a distortion.'' If Israel were to heed fully the requirements of the Sabbath day of rest, for example, it would have been impossible, he held, to apply the fruits of modern technology to Israel's development. There are essential functions which must continue seven days a week, 52 weeks a year He described as "quite another matter" the activities of some 1.000 members of the Neturci Karta "the enemies of the State of i-racl," who do not pay taxes and. who disseminate "venomous pragairst the State of Ismendacious accounts of the world which paganda rael, feeding to the press completely distort the facts." 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Friday. January 3, 1964 *Jen-isti ncrfdHaun Page 7-A JWV Chief Urges Pope be Mediator Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, of Beth David Congregation, plans series of businessmen's breakfasts, starting Ian. 8, with ManI'nie Lubel. chairman of adult education. Businessmen Meet With Rabbi At Beth David National Commander Daniel Neai Heiler of the Jewish War) | Veterans of the U.S.A. has cabled | Pope Paul VI an appeal for the i Pope to use his good offices to I seek peace between Jews and Mos-! lems in the course of his visit; this Sunday to the Holy Land. Miami Attorney Heller, noting the Papal statement announcing i the unpreccc.ented visit, said its 1 purposes included the desire "to; implore Divine mercy on behalf of peace among men peace which shows these days again how weak and trembling it is The JWV leader said that "there cculd be no more suitable memorial to the late, martyred Ameri-; can President John F. Kennedy, a devoted Roman Catholic, who actively sought Arab-Israel peace, than tor the Pope to persuade the! \rabs and the Israelis to sit down together at the peace table." Helier saiCi "the hate and bigotry in the background of the assassination of our late President is rampant in the Near East where three great faiths have shrines dedicated to peace among men." He told the Pope that people thro tt g lwu tliL world. o**all faiths, are encouraged by the Ecumenical spirit now evident and would be jubilant were the Pope to intercede for Near Eastern peace. Heller said "the lirst Pope to visit the Holy Land since St. Petti must face the tragic spectacle of barbed wire and gunned portions overlooking the Holy Shrines." He expressed belief, that "Pope I'^ul would not fail to see the need for peace in the area of the Holy L.and and may succeed through .-piritual persuasion where all the political forces of the world, including the United Nations, have tailed." Railroad Appointed info Center Seaboard City Ticket Oilices in Miami, Miami Beach, Ft. Laucterdale and West Palm Beach have been appointed official ticket and information centers by the New York World's Fair 1964-1965 Corporation. At each of these offices, there will be available accurate information concerning the World's Fair and admission tickets to the Fair for both adults and children. Special all-expense tours for individuals, as well as groups, will be available, featuring economical Study of Torah at a businessmen's breakfast, introduced by •, Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, of Beth' David Congregation, will resume at Beth David on Wednesday mornings, starting Jan. 8 for ten weeks. "We are living in critical times." said Rabbi Shapiro, "\-hen many of us are vitally concerned about the slate of affairs' in the world, as well as our ethical behavior in business, professions and ether callings. "In our synagogue, we decided travel in reserved seat coaches or modern Pullmans that offer a variety cf private rooms on the two streamliners, the Silver Meteor and Silver Star, which operate daily the year-round between Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, West Palm Beach and New York. The tours will include, if desired, stopover with sightseeing at Washington, D.C., as well as hotel reservations and sightseeing in New York. to adopt a new method and stimulate our men with a different approach. Our one-hour get-togethers in the morning at Beth David businessmen's breakfasts feature prayer, contemplation, fellowship, breaking bread together and dis-j cassion." Breakfast starts promptly at 8 a.m. Following ten minutes of: prayer and contemplation in the j chapel, breakfast is served in the social hall and the discussion on mitzvot and ethics in daily living is introduced and led by Rabbi Shapiro. 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Page 8-A *Jewlstifk>ridNi*n Friday, January 3. 1964 Hebrew Academy Dinner Slated Sunday #s •a.. • — Herman Wouk, Pulitzer Prize Author, Will Speak Before Capacity Attendance An anticipated crowd of 1,600 persons will honor Miami Beach %  otelman and philanthropist Jacob Cohen Sunday night at the %  eauville Hotel during the 16th nnual scholarship dinner of the Creater Miami Ilchrew Academy. The record attendance also will celebrate the 16th anniversary of Uie only Hebrew Day School in ie entire South featuring complete nursery, kindergarten, eleiientary and junior high school jrricula, Herman Wouk. Pulitzer Prizeinning author who i., the father t an Academy studtnt. will fly ere from his hmc in the Vir. in Islands t<> deliver the prinI addri -s. lie is visiting pro•ssor I.I English at Yeshiva Uni•i sity in New York. A festive air will be supplied a I piece orchestra under ie direction of Jacques Donnet. The Academy's noted 60-voice nudent clioir. under the direclon of Miriam Donnerstag, will ;tage a special presentation. A special playlet in honor of Wouk r.d his many successful works ill be presented by nine stu(ents. including his son, Nath. niel Wouk. General chairman of the diner is Leonard Rosen, president if Gulf American Land CorporaHERMAN WOUK LEONARD ROSEN Function to Reduce Deficit Resulting from Scholarships The Hebrew Academy's stui ent body of 360 is approximately 60 per cent boys and 40 per ent girls, coming from throughout Dade and Broward Counties, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, NewYork, Venezuela, the Virgin Islands and upstate Florida. A faculty of 20 English and 15 Hebrew teachers, headed by Habbi Alexander S. Gross, the •\cademys principal, includes a ibrarian, music teacher, speech .herapist, art teacher and school .isychologist. A fleet of eight buses whisks nany of the students to and from i lasses to the new campus adjacent to Miami Beach Senior iiigh School. It is estimated that it costs >900 a year for each student's uition, lunches and transportation, and more than 75 per cent of the student body is on full or artial scholarship. That's the primary goal of Sunday night's 16th annual scholarship dinner, Louis Merwitzer, president, pointed out. "We receive no funds from such agencies as United Fund or Federation, and require the support of the entire community at our annual dinner to help meet our opcrating deficit." Central aim of the Academy, according to Rabbi Gross", is to develop highly-enlightened, informed and knowledgeable lay leadership oriented in both the sacred and secular, so that they may grow up with a love for Judaism and a deep-rooted loyalty to their American heritage. More than 100 graduates of the Academy now are in colleges, universities and theological seminaries. Some 30 of these received scholarships from their high schools. Academy alumni, who will be represented at a special table at Sunday's dinner, now attend such institutions as M.I.T., Hebrew University, and Bar-Ilan in Israel, Yeshiva University, Carnegie Tech, California, Florida and Miami. tion, and chairman of the Great er Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds. Rosen also is chairman ol the Board of Directors of the Academy. Working side by side with him has been Academy President Louis Merwitzer, chairman of the Building Fund Committee, which enabled the Academy to move into its handsome new, Sl.000,000 building on Pine Tree Dr.. Miami Beach. Associate chairmen of the din ner are Maurice Hevitz and B. I. Binder. Revitz is chairman ol the Executive Committee ol the Academy, pn sident ol Temple Menorah, ;< leader In the Is rael Bond program and a director of Israel Investors Corp Binder, president of the At Bd emj for seven years, and now an honorary lite president, endowed the English Library oj the Academy. Revitz (n owed the Board of Directors Room, Two men who have a life long interest in Jewish education are -living as co-chairmen, Joseph Cohen and J. A. Cantor. Cohen, who has been a vice president of the Academy tor 12 years, is president of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Cantor, serving as co-chairman of an Academy scholarship dinner for the third time, is co chairman of the Florida Chapter of Yeshiva University. Spearheading a hard-working Ticket Committee are Samuel Reinhard. chairman of the board of admissions, and Harry Genet, past president and honorary life president of the Academy. Wolfie Cohen, former Miami Beach Councilman and past chairman, again is serving as honorary chairman. Cantor Abraham Seif, of Kneseth Israel Congregation, will lead the singing of the American and Israeli national anthems. Fifth Grade student Neal Wittels, one of four great-grandchil dren of honoree Jacob Cohen, who attends the Academy, will give the Hamotzi. Howard Wittels, a sixth grade student, will lead the saying of grace. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Academy since its inception, will make a special presentation to Cohen, who recently endowed one of the Academy's buildings in memory of his late wife, Dora. Dr. Tibor Stern, of Beth Jacob Congregation, will deliver the invocation. Rabbi Solomon Schiff, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, will offer the benediction. Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-El, will offer a special prayer in tribute to Cohen. Checking over invitation lists lor the 16th annual Hebrew Academy dinner are (left to right! Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, Julius Rosenstein. Jacob Cohen and Joseph Gonshor Some 1 OHO persons are expected to attend the function at which Pulitzer Prize winner Herman Wouk will speak. to >. Dinner Committee members check flow of late reservations for Sunday's SlOO-a-couple function at the Deauville Hotel honoring Miami Beach hotelman and philanthropist Jacob Cohen. Shown (left to right) are B. I. Binder, co-chairman, Louis Merwitzer, president, Louis Rudnick, Councilman Hyman Galbut and Milton Kahn. Mrs. Sandier is Appointed Chairman of Hostess Committee Mrs. Sol Sandier has been named chairman of hostesses for the 16th annual scholarship dinner of the Hebrew Academy The gala function, always one of the social highlights of the South Florida Jewish community, is scheduled for Jan. 5 at the Deauville Hotel. Mrs. Sandler's appointment was announced by Louis Merwitzer, Academy president, and by Leonard Rosen, general dinner chairman. She is the mother of Andy Sandier, a seventh grade student at the Academy. Selected to serve on the Host ess Committee with her are Mrs Ben I. Binder, Mrs. Jack A. Can tor, Mrs. Joseph Cohen, Mrs Samuel Cohen, Mrs. Wolfie Coh en, Mrs. Maurice Revitz, Mrs Leonard Rosen and Mrs. Jack Turkish. Mrs. Sandier said her committee has decided on a "Sweet 16" theme for the dinner decorations. The women also will serve as hostesses for a reception at the Deauville. which will immediately precede the dinner. 'Checks for reservations to the 16th annual scholarship dinner of the Hebrew Academy draw enthusiastic attention from (left to right) Samuel Reinhard, first vice president, George Kimmel, Adolf Blank, Harry Rosen, Philip Weiss and Joseph Krantz. Honor Writer Nine Academy students, including the son of guest speaker Herman Wouk, will participate in a special playlet honoring the Pulitzer Prize winner and introducing several characters from his books. The students include David Abrams. Israel Porush, Irene Malavsky. Susan Roth, Nathaniel Wouk. Maxine Zisquit, Sandra Ehrenreich, Mark Schnickman and Miriam Greenberg. Citations Go To 3 Leaders Special citations will be presented during Sunday night's dinner at the Deauville Hotel to three endowers of three Academy buildings. Honored will be Louis Merwitzer, Hebrew Academy president, and Mrs. Merwitzer, who endowed the Louis and Rebecca Merwitzer Administration Building. First building to be endowed on the new Hebrew Academy campus was the Charles and Viola Charcowsky Education Building, endowed by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, founders of both the Academy and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, The tiura citation will go to the guest of honor, Jacob Cohen, who endowed the Dora Cohen Memorial Building in memory of his late wife.



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Friday, January 3, 1984 +JewlstiHr*tiam Page 9-A Israel is Shocked By Cruelty to Prisoners Ct ntinued from Pa.qe 1-A scribk suffering." All 11 had to be hospitalized. He bated that (or years the Syrians 1;l denied holding any Israeii prisoners altogether, but lliat those returning had confirm ei! tha: more were still being held. Israel has renewed its energetic approach to the United Nations to effect "heir release, the Premier .-aid. He opened his statement with a:, expression of thanks on behalf of the Government and the familial of the treed prisoners to lie United Nations for the efforts made to obtain their release. Washington sources confirmed that the U.S. Embassy in Israel had bf-en informed of Israel's charges of barbarity against Syria. However, it was noted that 1< r rael did not request any U.S. action or this issue. The Syrian Government, reacting to Israeli complaints that returned prisoners had been subjected to inhuman treatment in S; rian prisons, said Syrians were Sshzne Hotels Name Andron Kli Andron has been appoint ei resident manager of the Roney Plata Hotel by C. Richard Schine. vice president of the Schine enterprises. Ant n, .i veteran of more than' 20 years in the resort field in Florida and New York, joins the Rona* ?taff headed by Ben Shindlor, managing director, Andrrn was recent managing iii rector of the Gar e: ol Allah Motel and Apartments. still being held" in Israeli prisons and receiving "the worst possible' treatment and torture," it was] reported here from Damascus. A Syrian Defense Ministry! spokesman said that, despite the recent exchange, "many other Syrians remain in I-raeli prisons.' He said the prisoners had been t^ken in the 1948 Israel-Arab war. He di.! not give any figures. The spokesman said the Syrian Government had repeatedly sought %  he intervention of the United Na tions Truce Supervision OrganizeSheldon Lelchuk, first president of Brandeis lion to free the captives, but thai Z'onist District of Miami Beach, congratulates Israel "would not even allow UN newly-elected president, Hairy C. Caplan, at observers into Israeli prisons n recent reception. Left to riqht are Irving where the Syrians are being held." Shalom, first financial secretary of the district, and still an active member of the board; Gil Rappaport, executive director of the Southeast Region ZOA; Ezra Finegold, immediate past president of the district, and honorary life president; Caplan; and Lelchuk. >* ROBERT MADDAFORD mare* OF SINGING f'udio in business section of Coral Gables HI 4-6684 THE HOTEL EDEN Is Under New Management Efficiencies $900. Yearly. INCLUDES UTILITIES. Cedar-Lined Closets Rent By Week-Season-Year 19C.5 Alton Rd. JE 1-9458 AERIAL SIGN CO. AIRPLANE BANNER TOWING rear 'Round Co/a" Coast Coverage Ctmttt Vr Selling Arta Wl 5-1602 i Passafiumc Sunoco Service General Repairs Road Service 530 Wflagler HI 6-9285 .-tMCROCNCY A A A SERVICE Tne r:Rj:r:TiN<:s ""^~~ Fontana Hotel Phone 538-6431 2642 COLLINS AVE. Miami Beach. Florida DAVID'S DtUCATtSStN & RESTAURANT ONLY THE FINEST. -5M WASHINGTON AVE. Open 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. Sundays: 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. TIL. 531-55R6 1 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC. 2148 NW 10 Ave. FR 3-7180 Hve your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men A New Year's Gift for You ...a 16-pc. set of French Empire china One of the nicest gifts that anyone could ask for is this 16-piece set of American china in classic French Empire. You'll receive a set of this china, beautifully edged in 22-K gold, FREE* when you open or add $500.00 or more to your savings account at Flagler Federal. If you wish, you may select a GE Electric Alarm Clock or a GE Heating Pad as an optional gift. Your savings at Flagler Federal will earn at the anticipated rate of 4W* beginning Jan. 1. Accounts opened or added to by Monday. January 20th. will earn from January 1st. FREE TRANSFER of funds from anywhere in the United States. Just bring in or_, mail your passbook. Flagler Federal will handle all the details for you. *One to a family •— Sorry, no gifts by mail Over $65,000,000 In resource* Anticipated Annual Rate Payable Quarterly 8E HABLA ESPANOL FREE PARKING DOWNTOWN 101 N.E. 1st AVE. •RANCH %  ISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA 570 N.E. 81st ST. 1AGLER FEDERAL SAVING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI '••->•' f



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Fage 10-A *Jewlsti fhrkMati Friday. January 3. 1964 Alumni Honor Dean Weil Here Some 330 Greater Miami alumni of the University of Florida and B | members of Pi Lambda Phi hon' pred Dr. Joseph Weil, dean emer-. ;' itus of the School of Engineering, with a testtrrromal dinner Bl Chandler's. Louis Wechsler. president of; the fraternal order, announced the fraternity has set up a financial' j assi.starce program to aid talented i < nginecring students. The new program was named in houur of the noted educator and will be known as the Joseph Weil |jnotarship Award. Tribute was paid to ProfJJjL*, who retired alter 30 yWW of service by Judge Irving Cypen. Paul Marks. Dnte Fascell, Earl Faircloth and Dr. Myron Coulton who also acted as chairman of the special evening. Among treasured items now on exhibit at Temple Israel are (left) a large Torah Crown, with many decorative elements chased and cut out. A few dee* heads emerge from the sides, which comprise the special interest of this silver East European relic of the second half of the 19th century. Right is a Torah Breastplate from 18th century Poland, typical of Jewish folk art of the period. Judaica Exhibit at Temple Israel One of the great private collec1 jns of Jewish ceremonial objects' : d folk art is now on exhibition i the Museum of the Temple Is-' j id Community House, 137 NE : Mi St., and will be there through ". c winter mor.ths. The comprehensive collection 1 :s beer, loaned to Temple Israel having an affair? Social lea for 20 or an intimate party for 2,000... Start at the TOP-The New Everglades Hotel. Miami's MOST delectable food, MOST impeccably served in surroundings MOST delightful! Expensive? Never! 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During the years following the Nazi nightmare, Horowitz, chairman of the board of the KaiserNelson Corp., Cleveland, went to France on a mission for the Jewish Welfare Federation. There, he made his first discovery of a silver-filigreed menorah which kindled within him the desire to find and preserve other remnants ( %  '. Jewish artistry before they disappeared completely. The result of this search and labor of love for the past of his people led to an unusual collection of ceremonial objects, such a-, carved and filigreed silver spice boxes, menorahs, prayer book covers, embroidered cloths and Torah wrappers. There are a number of rare books and paintings, and numerous examples of an almost unknown type of artifact done in the Chagall-like spirit of Jewish folk art. The Community House Museum will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., i each day, until noon on Saturday and Sunday, and before and af; ler Sabbath Eve services each Friday night. 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'riday, -January 3, 1964 **. #*4w 3 *fi #Irj# Idfi&rt Page HA Farband Marks 50th Anniversary Leaders at the Federation Leadership Development Steering Committee luncheon hosted by Sam Luby Jr., in the Dupont Plaza .Hotel, are (left to right) Milton M. Gaynor, Dr. Earl L. Wiener, Norton Pallot and Byron Cherkas. Federation Opens ^Leaders 1 Group The Greater Miami Jewish Federation has launched a Leadership Development Program under [the chairmanship of Sam Luby Jr., lo acquaint the younger business and professional leaders of Dadc County with the work of Federation and its affiliated agencies. N. rtop. Pallot, Harry B. Smith and Marshall S. Harris are assisting in the program of serving on the Leadership Development Steering Committee. A highlight of the program, to which the youthful communal leaders are being invited is a series of informal luncheon and evening meetings in all sections of Greater Miami. | was a luncheon hosted by Luby at (he Dupont Plaza Hotel last week. Federation President Sidney: Lefcourt spoke at the informal luncheon and described the work of Federation's 57 agencies at home and abroad. The S/ave' Reviewed Mrs. Herbert Rose will review "The Slave" on Wednesday, 8 p.m., at a meeting of Jewish War Veterans Women's Auxiliary, Miami Beach Post, to be held at 1234 Washington Ave. Proceeds are earmarked for Tel Hashoma Hospital in Israel. IhaplaSn Will Talk on Japan Capt. Moshe Tokayer, chaplain in the U.S. Air Force, will be guest' speaker at the Temple Zamora Brotherhood monthly breakfast on Sunday morning. Here On a brief visit from Japan where he is stationed. Rabbi Tok-j a>er wiH discuss •"The Jewish; Soldier and the Jewish Commun-j ity in Japan." Program and breakfast will follow 9 a.m. services and "Ask the Rabbi" question and answer period conducted by Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Taxpayers Elect New Slate, Plan Banquet Paul L. Hexter has been rcclccted prcsidert of the Miami Beach Taxpayers' Association. Other officers oamed at a meeting here are: Paul Seidcrman, first vice president; Henrv E. Wolff, second vice president; Paul M. Marko Jr., treasurer; and Sara Dee Berkowitz, secretary. Newly-elected board members are Mrs. Frank H. Morse, Marcus Sarokin, G. Willard Home and Bob Bezark. Nominating Committee included Simon E. Rubin, chairman, and Sam A. Goldstein, George J. Bertman, Ritter Lcvinson and Mrs. John B. Wofford. Annual banquet of the organization will be Jan. 16 at the Deauville Hotel. Chairmen are Harry Erlanger ar.d Col. and Mrs. Leslie Buswell. Committee members include Mr. and Mrs. Jack Popick, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Michaels, Mr. and Mrs. E. Albert Pallot, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Gimerl, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolfson. Continued from Page 1-A said, Farband members have sold more than $20,080,030 in bonds. A memorial was held for three departed leaders: the late Presi-j dent Kennedy, Herbert H. Lehman, and Rabbi Abba Hillel Sil-i vcr. The triple eulogy was presented by Jacob Katzman, associate general secretary ol Farband. Taped greetings were broadcast to the delegates from Prime Minister Lcvi Eshkol and former Premier David Bcn-Gur-, ion. A messaee written by the! late President Kennedy before his assassination was read. Meyer L. Brown, Farband president, said in his presidential report that wi"i 82 per cent of American and Canadian Jews now native-torn, a program aimed at preserving their Jewish identity and their links with Jews in other countries, particularly Israel, "is for us the most urgent and vital need today." He warned of increasing assimilation among American Jews, reflected in (he "alarming growth of intermarriages and a drifting away from Judaism, particularly OP the part of Jewish youth." He also emphasized that, as an American-oriented organization, Farband was deeply concerned with the struggle lor civil rights of all citizers. He lauded President Johnson who, he said, had demonstrated in his first month as President, that he was "resolved to follow loyally the late President Kennedy's progressive policies and social ideals, the securing of civil rights for millions of our Negro brethren, and the abolition of all discrimination in this country." Dr. E mantel Neumann, chairi man of the American Section of the Jewish Agency, told the conj vention that "historically, Zion! ism has been and continues to be a fructifying and powerful [ force in American Jewish life" ar.d that without it, "we would be definitely poorer, infinitely weaker and less resistant to the corrosive influence of assimilation and disintegration. The Jewish community owes much more to Zionism than Zionism owes to it." Dr Neumann said that "Israel still looks to this, our country, for Forum Opens 29th Year Here Spinoza Outdoor Forum for Adult Education began its 29th year of programs this week. Dr. Abraham Wolfson, founder of the organization, laurched the forum in 1935, with regular meetings following continually since t':at time. Dr. Wolison was to lecture on 'The Life of Reason" at a meeting Thursday noon at Washington Federation Auditorium, 1234 Washington Ave. sympathetic understanding and support. Fortunately," he continued, "we have reason to be confident that we can count upon the' s.Miipathetic understanding, and warm interest of President John1 son as we could upon his predeJ ccssor. the late, lamented President Kennedy." Sen. Kenneth B. Keaung, New York Republican, praised the rok of Israel in keeping peace in the, Middle East. He told the dele-| gates that the United States must) block aid lo aggressive nations, like Nasser's Egypt which would threaten Israel's existence and! thus the peace of the world. • I. L. Kcncn, executive dircc ol Ihc American-Israel Public lairs Committee, told the con v. tion that the Kennedy Administr tion "took positive action, clcai demonstrating its interest asd c cern lor the development and I fensc of the peoples of both Isrt ar.d the Arab states." He said was to be hoped that Preside Johnson "will continue the CO slruftive elements in past polic and that he would reconsider the aspects of United States poli which have led Arabs to belie that the United States can be n. tral as between aggression and fense." •y Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Singer, 709 No. Greenway Dr., at a. recent reception for the stars at the home of Dr. and Mr =. Arturo di Filippi, 625 SW 29th Rd.. Dr. di" is impresario arrf executive director of the Opera Guild of Greater Miami. M:. and Mrs. Singer are sponsor members of the Guild and av4i opera-goers. Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion < %  } You'll find complete #jp focilities to exactly satisfy


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Page 12-A !" ^ Kkvidhnoridtor} — 'I it Friday. yjB&Bf % RABBI AHRAMS RABBI TEPLITZ RABBI GOLDMAN RABBI SIMON RABBI ROSENBERG Nationally-Renowned Speakers Will Tour Under Auspices of United Synagogue An exciting concept in Adult Education will bring a group of experts to ten congregations in the Southeast Region. The program, calle.1 the Adult Education Cavalcade of the United Synagogue of America, has been coordinated by Rabbi Allen Rutchik, director of the Southeast Region of the United Synagogue of America, and was implemented "in order to bring the best in Jewish thought to as many congregations in the Southeast as possible." The speakers, who will contribute their services, are among leading rabbis in the Conservative movement. Participating will be Rabbi Israel Goldman, of Chizuk Ertvjna Congregation, Baltimore, Md., a | past president of the Rabbinical Rabbi Brooks to Speak Rabbi llershel Brooks will lecture on the "History of Jewish Law" in the Adult education program of Temple Zamora on Monday at 8 p.m. Assembly of America; Rabbi Ralph Simon, Rodfei Zedeck, Chicago; Rabbi Saul Teplitz, Son* of Israel Congregation, Woodmere. L.I.; Rabbi Jerome Abrams, director of Camp Ramah in the Berkshires; and Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of Adath Jeshurun, Philadelphia, Pa. Rabbi Simon will speak at Beth Torah Congregation in North Miami Beach on Jan. 13. Rabbi Goldman will speak at Beth David Congregation on Jan. 28. Jacksonville Jewish Center, Jacksonville, will feature Rabbi Simon on Jan. 8, and Rabbi Teplitz on Feb. 12. Other congregations participating in the Cavalcade will be TernGELB MONUMENTS INC. Open Every flop • Closed Sabbath 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 pie Israel, Valdosta, Ga.; Shearith Israel, Columbus, Ga.; Beth El, Birmingham, Ala.; Ahavath Achim, Atlanta, Ga.; Beth Sholom, Sarasota, Fla; Temple Israel, Orlaro, Fla.; Beth Sholom, Eau Gallic, Fla.; and Bnai Israel, St. Petersburg, Fla. The speakers will explore the future of the Conservative movement, discuss the nature and role of Jewish law today, and touch upon the question of character education. ^e • OAOK BOULtVHO MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA JlrnMON a-BBa 2\ lARRII •. %  UJBfltB rUNIWL D'MCTQK A Reverend 1. Kuttler Certified Mohel Ritual Call After 6 Circumcision Wl 7-8326 K-jordon j-ttneral WHILE YOU WAIT C^RACTS ) Cfc*C.,ry Serving Miami Since 1946 SUNSHINE PRESS 95 N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 1-0815 Attend services tfiis week atuour awn bface of worsfty WELCOME WAGON HI 8-4994 / hope Grandma likes my flowers Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to all. Sholom Youth Are Honored Brotherhood of Temple Beth Sholom honored the Temple s ( Youth ''Group rt" abreakfast' en %  Sunday, 10:30 a.m., in the Tem-I pie Auditorium, according to an, announcement by Dr. Harry E.j Wolk, president. Guest of honor was foreign exchange student Judy Ereira, brought here from London by the. National Federation of Temple Youth under the Eisendrath international program sponsored by: the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Judy came to the United States last summer to attend the National Leadership Institute held in Cleveland, Ga. At the conclusion of the program, she went to St., Louis, where she is living with an American Jewish family and at-, tending high school. She will return to England some time in FebrU Whrlc in Miami Beach, -J>' A staying at the home of Beth Sholem youth President Ellen Shap.ro, daughter of Mrs. Samuel Shap.ro, 4325 Adams Ave. ALEXANDER UNVEILING The Dedication of a Monument to the Memory of the late NATHAN ALEXANDER U'il! ta\e place Sunday, January 12, at 2 p.m. at the Jewish Section of W/oodlawn Parl\ Cemetery Ulfth Rabbi Norman Shapiro officiating Friends and RelativeArc Invited to Attend WE SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 PALMER i MEMORIALS "MiamVt Onljr Jewish Monument BelUert" Cxcluiiv* Deolor "ROCK OF AGES' FAMILY MEMORIALS SCHEDULED UNVEIllNGS SUNDAY, JANUARY 5, I'M Ml. Nebo Cemetery f REUBEN BECKER, 11 o.n. Rabbi Richard M. LeiMl. Sinai Cemefery SOPHIE SOKOl, 12 N*JRabbi Max Shapiro PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 3279 S.W. 8th Street HI 4-0921 Phones HI 4-0921 REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's Largest I Oldest Supply House for Synagogues. Hebrew I Sunday Schools. Wholesale t Retail ISRAELI GIHS ANO NOVELTIES 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 ^ Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI & DOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew Religious Supplies tor Synagogues. Schools &. Private Use 1585 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach — JE 8-3840 AMERICAN • ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE A ALL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES FOR SYNAGOGUES SCHOOLS — HOMES 13S7 WASHINGTON AVE. JE 1-7722 S. Schworti WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS £ TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Conc.firtsI WKAT-FM < k



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ridcy. January 3, 1964 • Jewlsti norkUain Page 13-A talons LGUDATH ISR*Et*. 7801 Carlyle V*. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. Iiiilay S:M -ami s p.m. Debate on Vh:ill Kfllsriiin and State be Kept limit :n Israel".'" Itabbl Ever and „i 'rU.-hWi. nttiamd-'.ri-nr.'^^ftiHv,li,I 1. ul general chairman ZOA. OncK iiabbat host: Mrs. Rachel Slernsass. (tui'lay S:80 a.m. Hermon: "Torah (,,] Freedom." 3::i0 p.m. Hebrew lec"What are the Fruits of Exile'.'" JS ervices Jltis lAJeekend INSHE EMES. [Conservative. 2533 SW 19th ave. Rabbi Abraham Sch.iTH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. ConIservative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. |Cantor William W. Lipson. i.lay V:li> p.m Ras Mltavah: CVn:.. daughter >f Mr. and Mrs. Jack ijijwin. Saturday a.m. Hnr Mltz|h Mfirlio, son of Mr. and Mrs. ovh ltilsfc.i. ETH EL. HOP SW 17th ave. Orthodox. =tabbi Solomon Schiff. lay MB ami ::ii) p.m. Oneg Shal>-• rvlo*. Barmon: "A Pilgrimage the Holy Land." Hosts at .social Philip Berkciwltz, hi rarv life ksident: Joe Zalls, congregation Jsident, and .Mrs. Zalin. Saturday a.m. Sermon: "Reentei inn the l>k of Exotlus." ITH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. Jabbi H. Louis Rottman. [TH JACOB. 301-311 Washington Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern, lantor Maurice Mamches. ave. Max BETH KODESH. 1101 SW Iff* Modern Traditional. Rabbi Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. rrictay S:i.) p.m. Sermon: "Moses' Call for Peace!" One* Khabhat host: Mr. *d iMmiisK>lii Wriner. - and 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "Religious Unity, Peace in the Middle East." Saturday 8:46 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the Week." TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Friday 7:80 p.m. Children Celebrating birthdays In January will be blessed. '•& %  •*% forking to assure a good start for 1964 by iy of a New Year's Eve party at Temple tth Sholom are seated (left to right) Mrs. Harly E. Kramer. Mrs. Harry E. Wolk, Mrs. J. pnard Spector. Mrs. Myer Friedman. Standdeft to right) are James Knopke, Jack Shapiro, Myer Friedman, Mrs. Jack Shapiro, Mrs. James Knopke, Harvey E. Kramer and Dr. Harry E. Wolk. Jointly, they represent the "three arms" of Temple Beth Sholom—Sisterhood. Brotherhood and PTA. living With Steadfast Faith in God RABBI HERSHEL BROOKS Temple Zamora [This week, when we read the 1st portion of the book of jodus, the book that begins to f-cribe our becoming a nation, must understand well what hstitutes the making of a peowhat does our faith repreit and how are we to live with fa. %  read of the episode of the Ininy bush. And in the conrsation between God and fees, God tells Moses to relate 1 his brethren the promise of iir redemption from Egypt Ih the expression, "I am what Jm." The commentaries ex|in this expression to mean "I |l be what I will be." et us for a moment underbid the significance of these Isodes. The burning bush presents a people, the Jew, all an 1 lowly among the nans, and yet indestructible beBse of the divine spirit that ells within Israel. If there is livine spirit within our people. In no persecution, no hatred. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th St. Reform Congregation "• Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi Jacob C. Bornstein, Cantor J "vict$ fridoy, :I5 PM. "GOOD FRIENDS DON'T GIVE ADVICE" 4 4 < RABBI HtKSHtl BROOKS faith in His promise no discrimination, no blood and no slavery can hold down their hopes and desires, their dreams and their teachings. For within such a people the spirit of God burns and shall never be extinguished. It is with this spirit that God commanded Israel to become a nation, and only with this spirit will Israel exist as a people of God. This, too, is the meaning of God's promise, "I will be what 1 will be." No words can sum up all that He will be to His people, but His everlasting faithfulness and unchanging mercy will more and more manifest themselves in the guidance of Israel. The very beginning of this week's portion states: "And Joseph was in Egypt," a man of God among a pagan people; yet he lived with his faith and the spirit of God. So today, in a world of turmoil and bloodshed, of alheism and plunder, we must still live on as did Joseph in Egypt with a steadfast faith in the God of our faith. Then, and only then, will the words we read in this week's Hoftorah come true: "In days to come shall Jacob take root, Israel shall blossom and bud and the face of the world shall be filled with fruitage." Masons Install Officers Here On Monday, Dec. 30, 8 p.m., West Miami Masonic Lodge officers for 1964 were installed. George Bernstein was installed as worshipful master. A life insurance general agent, Bernstein is a graduate of the University of Miami and a local resident for 25 years. Also Henry Freeman, senior warden; Francis Fink, junior warden; Harold Kessler, Joseph Press, Sidney Friedland, Donald Jacobson, Charles Kadin and David Scholl. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jsffs. Friday 8:18 p.m. Bermon: "Overcoming our Emotional Depressions." .sat unlay n a.m. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120 thSt. Reconstruction^. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. %  EMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Steiner. FTiday S:11 p.m. Hermon: "Xeajatlve rhlnklngr.' Saturday :• a m. liar Mitzmh: Howard, son nf Mr. und Mrs. Paul Weiss, — • — TEMPLE BETH bnOLOM. 4144 Chas ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh Cantor David Conviser. FYlilaj %  >. "i p.m. Sermon: "Techniques of Resisting Evil." Raturda) l":l". a.m. liar Mltavah: Alan, Bon of Mi. and Mrs. Howard Handleman: AnIrew, .%  :' ; r. and Mrs. I; n In Greene, TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38. NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben Grossberg. • EMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22 ae. Conservative. Rabbi S M. Machtei. TEMPLE EM/NU-EL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrmar. Cantor Hirsh Adler. Friday B:80 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mitzvali: Paul, f>n of Mrs. Anno EtoeenthaJ and DavM Rosen that; Henry, non of Mr. and -Mrs. David Goodman. • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE--19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph ft? Narot. •Cantoe* JacobBt>iiialalM^8ss Friday 8:15 p.m. Bermon i "Good Friends Don't Give Advice." %  __ TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo avs. Liberal • Reform. Rabbi Mordecal Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards. Friday B:1S p.m. Saturday 10:30 a.m. Car Mitzvali: l>av.iil Lionel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hicht. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 7Sth St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Friday B:1S p.m. SVrmon: "Challenge of Chance." Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Th.Portion of the Daw." Bar Mitzvali: Lnuls, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Hohius. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Friday 8:30 [p.m. Saturday S:4", a.m. liar Mltavah! .Michael, son of sir. and Mrs. Kmanucl Korenvaes, TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. Friday 8:18 p.m. bermon: "Clearing tinMist from the Bible: A Tribute to Modern Archaeologists." TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 51 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Hyman Gross. • —— TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. HYida> vi~. p.m. Sermon: "The Beginning of Israel as a Nation." Satr*"1> v I.' a.in. Sermon; "Flame and Water." TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th it. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Leo Urlich. • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernlck. Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "Lamina tea of our Times." 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-ige 14-A +Jen>isti Fkridlian .3= Friday. January 3, 1964 Capitol Spotlight: Bv MILTON FRIEDMAN Nasser Uses U.S. Aid Funds to Spread Hate Propaganda Washington IANY AMERICANS, in the "wake of the Kennedy assassination, have denounced extremism •r.d bigotry But the United States •onlinues indirectly to subsidize he anti-Semitic and anti-Catholic nopaganda of the United Arab | Republic press and radio. The Egyptian newspaper, "Al Anraiii," has condemned the forthcoming Israeli visit of P'mc Paul. This Government controlled propaganda organ alleged that the Pope had "political motive in the Near East and was too i'riencl"ly to the Jews. The Cairo hate sheet went on to Charge that the Pope was an agent of "international Zionism." Much 01 the newsprint for the Egyptian press is paid lor by American loans and grants. American assistance also financed construction of the radio transmitters which broadcast diatribes against Jews an I Catholics. On Dec. 2, the Cairo "Voice of the Arabs" broadcast that the American Jewish community was behind the assassination ot President Kennedy. The broadcast said "the savage Zionists and their companies killed him; they killed him for the sake of money. Dollars made the Dallas police conceal the facts." The newspaper "Al Ahram" said that "when ihis Jewish killer (Jack Ruby) goes on trial, Zionist elements will try to influence the jury." It commented: "Those who know our Jewish 'friends' well, know they don't get excited or involved unless personal or material interest is involved." National Commander Daniel Neal Heller, of the Jewish War Veterans, brought the issue to the attention of the White House. In a letter to President Lyndon B. Johnson, Mr. Heller commended the President lor his denunciation of hatemongers. UN listening Post: By SAUL CARSON End to Arab Claims United Nations T HE ARAB BLOC suffered a very se. vere defeat in the last General Assembly of the United Nations. In brief they were told that, hereafter they have no "right" of tenancy on the Security Council or on the Economic and Social Council—two of the major organs of • he United Nations. Until now, they i nave always contended that 'the Middle }£a;i —meaning the Arab sector of that area—must be recognized as an entity and, thus, given a place on either r both of the top Councils. Usually, they have been ..) both. What happened was not too complicated; although t all of it is clear from the official records, which must e read with an understanding of the behind-the-scenes negotiations: Officially, on its very last night, the As•mbly voted to enlarge the two Councils—expanding the Security Council lrom Its present strength of 11 memers to 15; increasing the Economic and Social Council from 18 members to 27. The reason was simple. When icse Councils were established, there were only 50 .embers in the United Nations; now there are 113. It clear that n larger membership requires an increase the number of representatives on the two Councils. But there was something else to the decisions lor Tiilargemcnt of the numbers on the Council. The Assemly also adopted as part of the two resolutions a pair I formulas tor 'he manner in which the Council seats ; re to be distributed on an equitable, geographic basis. The new Security Council must include among its members "five representatives from Asian and Airican states, ne from Eastern Europe, two from Latin America, two rom Western Europe and other states." A formula very milar to this one was laid down for distribution of ECOSOC seats. One notes immediately that no 'Middle East" area 'igures in these formulas. The Arabs put up a stiff ^.ght for the identification of such an area. The Africans fought them on this point. Most of those Africans are members from the sub-Sahara sectors of that continent, that is, "black Africa." Under the formula as adopted, Egypt is no longer a Middle East state—it is n African state; when it comes to choosing Africans r Council seats, it will have very active competition :rom non-Arabic Africans. Iraq, or Syria, or Jordan will e considered Asians. But so are Turkey and Iran, which oo not belong to the Arab League; so, for that matter, are India and Japan. The Arab "right" to seats on the major Councils will be recognized no longer. Since Israel has never been elected to any of the Major Councils, the question comes up about Israel's status under the new rules. Israel will now be considered among "Western Europe and other countries." That ill not make it easier for Israel to get a Council seat. Among the "other countries" are such claimants to Council seats as Australia and New Zealand and—perhaps —even Canada. But this much is certain: If Israel is kept out of the Councils from this time onward, it will not be because she is an unwelcome neighbor to the Arab Middle East; the reason will be simply that the competition will be keener. Mr. Heller added that "Americans should not finance abroad, through our aid program, what we ^ abhor nf home." He urged implementation of a clause in the rew Foreign Assistance Act authorizing the President to sever aid to the UAR because of Nasser's aggressive military preparations and aggression. He said th;:t not only did Nasser exploit U.S. aid to divert his own assets for purchase of aggressive Soviet arms, but aid severance was also urgent because of Nasser's Nazi-like propaganda activities. Mr. Helier said the "Arabs have a right to comment on their differences with the State of Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN Unique Book On the Bible THE GRAPHIC HISTORY OF THE JEWISH HERITAGE. Edited by Pinch as WollmanTsamir. 224 pp. New York: Shengold Publishers, Inc., 45 W. 45th St. T HIS IS A beautiful book. Filling a long-felt need for the casual student of the Bible, it is also a handy thum'reference for the Biblical scholar who. with the depths of material in his possession, often finds the details of their organization elusive. Casual or dedicated, there is something magnificent in this large book of handsome binding and exquisite printing, with its array of charts opening up before you, of tables and diagrams which express in immediate visual impress the relationships between periods of Biblical history, between kings and prophets, or between the great peoples of the Bible themselves — for they, too, in vast genealogical panorama, march in the magic of their names down the ages of these pages. In perfect chronology the book is conceived and presented. There is, first of all, a huge Master Chart of "the written law and the oral law in their descent" in a pocket of the inside front cover. Then there are charts of Torah at a glance, each of the Five Books with their weekly portions, followed by synopses of each portion. The same thing is done for the Prophets and the Hagiographa. for the Judges, the Kings of Judah and the Kings of Israel, and then for the 48 Prophets, seven Prophetesses and "5 Priests. The book ends with genealogical tables, beginning with Adam and Eve. with chronological tables beginning with Creation and ending with the division ol the Kingdom; and with synchronkal tables of the Kings, Prophets and high priests of Judah and Israel. Several appendices — of prophetic messages recorded in the Bible, prayers and their outcome, and the miracles of Elijah and Elisha — and an index complete the graphic picture. The illustrations which dot the pages have the quality and mood of woodcuts. A mammoth labor of ten years and many hands, the volume is indeed the lucid and attractive presentation with which its architect, Pinchn-, Wollman-Tsamir, hoped to make readily available to all the vast outline of classic Jewish knowledge. It is. from beginning to end, completely fascinating, a joy for both mind and eye. Israel. Buc Americans have a right not.*£* %  %  dkeslander against two of our !" #L' e "^ bli • -~Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, J^_ !" 2Si can. has called for creation of a United Nations propaganda monitoring board "to con trol and1 condemn international hate propaganda• The oa r < would monitor offensive propaganda and make per iodic reports to the U.N. Sen. Keating cited Nasser as "the main offender in the exploitation of hate propaganda. He said that "spending by the £i*"^ "£" or. propaganda is just as inimical to the interes of neaoe as spending on actual weapons fctton. to poison minds and to teach national hatreds may be more dangerous in the lor.g run ana more conducive to hostilities." Sen Hush Scott. Pennsylvania Republican, toll the Senate that "Egypt provides the most flagrant example of a country using propaganda as a maj.u weapon against its neighbors." The Senator said "it is shocking that out money, which should be used to raise the living standards of an impoverished people, is doing little more than freeing funds which Egypt uses to 1 foment trouble and hatred." Between You and Me: By BORIS SM01AR 1 New Student Survey %  CROM TIME TO time, studies on the 1 attitudes of Jewish college students ind their sense of Jewish identity are ado in this country by interest d Jewish organizations and scholars, .lore than 50 such studies are known o have been made during the past two ecades, involving some 12,000 students n various colleges and univerities. One s a four-year study at three universities eo**uj ov. Alfred Jospe, veteran Hillel director, who attempted to follow an entire college generation from their freshman year to their graduation. What are the conclusions to which a scholar like Dr. Jospe comes ;n thinking now about the more than 275,000 Jewish students enrolled in American higher schools of learning? Virtually all studies confirm an assumption that, for most American Jewish students, their Jewish identity presorts no longer a substantial problem. They affirm their Jewishness without noticeable embarrassment *(y self-comciousncss. They no longer feel that their Juda*' ism diminishes their American identity. Some escapis s are still around, but most have accepted the fact that Ihey arc Jewish, and there is little flight from Judaism among them now The basic ties to Jewish life—superficial, vulgar and sentimental as they frequently are— are nonetheless deep-seated and tenacious. Unlike their parents' generation, and unlike the Jewish student of 20 and 30 years ago. few seek devices of protective coloration. Most of .hem do not observe kashruth. but they do not think that public observance of dietary law tends to make a Jew conspicuous in the eyes of a non-Jew. .Most of them do not speak Yiddish, but the speaking of Yidc'ish in public does not make them feel uncomfortable. In his own study. Dr. Jospe established that 78 percent ol the students disapprove of the use or display of Christmas trees in Jewish homes. Nearly 90 percent would definitely reject any ramc change designed to hide one's Jewish identity as being incompatible with their sett-respect as Jews. Only 10 percent of the Jewish students who were interviewed said they favor intermarriage, while 84 percent said they are opposed to mixed marriages.Their objection to intermarriage seems to be leas on religious grounds than because they lcar their parents would not approve of it. o Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Kennedy Pointed to Herzl at Zionist Confab JOHN F. KENNEDY knew more aboutr ** Zionism than many Zionists. Here s^ is a true story. It was at the national | convention of the Zionist Organizatioi of America. The place, the Statlei Hotel in New York City. The time when Kennedy was a candidate for thi Democratic nomination for the Presi dency. Most of the delegates at Zionist cor. ventions are lairiy well posted on Ziomav aid tiers and they certainly did not expect Mr. Kennedy to tell them something about Theodor Herzl that they didn't know. But he did. At the time, Mr. Truman, later a warm supporter ol Kennedy, had expressed himself in opposition on the ground that he was too young for the Presidency. Mr. Kennedy had read about it in the paper that morning and, speaking at the Zionist convention, he referred to it. "Well." he said, "I am glad to know that you Zionists do not consider youth such an impediment. Your great leader, Theodor Herzl, was only 36 when he founded your great movement for the establishment of the Jewish State." Then Kennedy went on to dip further into more an(lent Jewish history. "And David, another great political leader of Israel, was not old when he first challenged the Philistine giant, Goliath." Little things are very indicative. Sherlock Holmes had but


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1 Friday. January 3, 1964 trwhii Flrrfctfon LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. C3C. 13797 VTHI.EEN LOUISE DAVIS, Plaint Iff, vs. \.\Ols STEPHEN DAVIS", Defendant.. ORDER TO APPEAR Yol". FRANCIS STEPHEN DAVIS, rifiiU nee unknown, HIT required in serve a copy of your answer to the Complaint tor Divorce filed againsi you, ii|)on Claude M. Barnes, AttorIII > for iilalmifr, 203 Calumet Bids-., Miami, Florida, and file the original with ilie clerk of this Court %  before i ho 3rd day of February, IUB4, if you fall i" do M>, Judgment by default jii be taken against you foe the relief demanded in KM id Compami Dated tills 27th day nf Deccml 1863. B. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court ll>: K. M. I,V.V1.\.\ Deput) Clerk 1/3-10-17-21 CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IC.AL CIRCUIT. IN AND DE COUNTY, FLORIDA HANCERY, CASE NO. 63C 13790 CO .1. MICHAEI.SEN. iff. I ci Je Women' Comity, and edu guest session. and lhe a panel Survival leaders A OLOA MICHAEI.SEN. lant. CE OF PUBLICATION .. J.IEI.A .VI.UA MICIIAELSEN <,p ~ Call,PaTsijr -X.. : I entre K y l.lndero. Reparto Bellamar, i ojimar, Havana, Cuba. YOU GABRIELA ol.C.A MICHAELSEN, Cullc I'asaje No; 4 entre K v l.lndero, Reparto Bella mar, Cojlmar, Havana, Cuba, are required to file your answer to the Complaint for Divorce with the Clerk of the above Court, and MTV a a copy thereof upon • lino I'. Ncgrciti, Attorney, 910-11 Congress Bldg., Ill N'.E. 2nd Avenue. Miami, Florida, on or before the 3rd day of February, 1964, or else complaint will be taken as confessed. Dated this 2lilh day of Detenu.ei, IIM.:i. E. I!. LEATHERMAN I Herk of the Circuit Court (•Ml) Bj : K. M. I.V.MAN Deputy Clerk 1/3-1Q-17-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 63C 12986 MAROARET WILLIAMS, Plaintiff, ELMER it. WILLIAMS, I %  i. ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ELMER H. WILLIAMS Residence I'llklloWIl Vou, ELM Kit K. VviLLIAMS, are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to Serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on th£ Plaintiff's attorney, SAMUEL MORRIS, i:is N.W. 36th street, Miami, 1'iorlda, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or belcre the 3rd da} ol February, 1984. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall he published once • %  ach week for lour consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH KI.UU1D1AN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 26th day of December, A.D. 1963. E. li. LF.ATIIKKMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade Qounty, Florida (seal) By! C. P. COl'El.AND Deputy Clerk SAMUEL MORRIS, Esq. 1348 N.W. 16th Strut Miami, Florida Alt' rn.y for I'lalntiff 1 ,'3j_l n-17-21 NOTICE UNDEH FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of KHATTINGER INTER*.iuo.>.u, at iMi' West Ave., Miami Beach Intends to register said name with the Clerk ol' I he circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. KHATTINQER PUBLICATIONS, INC., a N.V. Corp. 1 /3-1" -! 1 -11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undecslgned, desiring to engage In buslnuSS under the lieiitious name ol DOCTORS OPTICAL at 6601 SW SOth Street, Miami, Florida intend to register s. id name with the Cieik of the Circuit Court of Dade t'otintv, Fiorina. JOHN F. McKENNA, M.D. D. BLAKE M.ITMA.s, M.D. AINSI.EE R. FEROIE Atli rnej for Applicants Suite i-ji', 2813 s.w. LeJeune Road i oral Cables, I IOI Ida 33134 Telephone 448-24US 1/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY UIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in hUMiie.s under the rietltlous name of HA.\SEN BDl'CATIONAL MUSIC at 1842 West Ave., Miami Beach intends to register salu name with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of Dade County, r lorlda, CIIAS. H. HANSBN MUSIC CORP., a N.Y. Corp. 1/3-10-17-24 Page 15A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 13590 BARBARA ANN JOHNSTON Plaintiff, vs. JACK UJ1AR JOHNSTON, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JACK I.A.MAIt JOHNSTON 1364 THORWOOO PLACE COLUMBUS, olllo You, Jack Lamar Johnston are hereby notified that a DIM of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of'your Answer or Pleading to the Dill of Complaint on Hie Plaintiff's attorney, George A. O'Brien, Attorney, 123 Aragoii Av, e. Coral Cables, Florida and file the original Answer or Heading in the office of the Clerk of tiie Circuit Court on or before the 87th dayof January, 1964. If vou fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against vou for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. Ihis notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive Weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 19th day of December H. B. L-EATHJ5RMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade Coiintv, Florida (•eal) By: k'. M. I.Y.MAN, Deputy Clerk OEOROE A. O'BRIEN Attorney at Law I'IM Aragon Avenue Coral Cables, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 12/27, 1/3-10-17 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! fJenisti ihrtcttan golicits your legal notice*. Wo appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial FR 3-4605 for messenger service NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 13221 NORMAN C. SCHWAH2S, L'laintirf, vs. MAHIIA N A. BGHWARZ, Delcndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE I": MARILYN A. SCHHAR2 229 West Fourth Street New York 14, New York You. MARILYN A. SCHWARZ, arc hereby notified tli.it a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed agaioal you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Anawi r or Pleading to the Mill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, PAUL KUITNI-.Y, ESQ., 420 Lincoln Road, .Miami lb ach 39, Florida an.i file Die original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk ol the Circuit Court on or before the 13th day of January, 1964. If you fail to do s i, judgment by default will b.taken against you for the rebel ueniamied in the Bill of Complaint. Tins notice shall be published once each week tor tour consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLOR1D1AN. DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami, Florida, this lii day of December, A.o. 1963, L. B. l.KATHKl.'MAN, CI, rk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) By: L SNEEDEN, Deputy Clerk PAIL KWITNEY, ESQ. Ii'n Lincoln Roa 1 Miami Beech 18, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff IS 13-2H-27, 1/3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 13406 1.II.IA RODRIGUEZ LOOPER Plaintiff, vs. FRANK EDWARD HOWARD, I lefendnnt. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: PRANK EDWARD HOWARD and If married, HOWARD, his wife 1630 Second Sti eel New Orleans. Louisiana A Complaint for Partition and other relief has been filed against you Involving the property in Dade County. Florida, to-wit: Lot 4, Block r., BISCAYNE HIGHLANDS, B< riling to the Plat thereof recorded In Plat Hook 46 a) Page 26 of the Public Records of I lade 'ouiity, Florida; and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or other pleading on Plaintiff's attorney, HENRY M. WAITZKN, 1770 Sans Souci Blvd.. North Miami. Florida, and file the original In the oflice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 21st day of January, 1966, or this Complaint will lie taken as confessed against you. DATED this 13th day of December, 1903. K. n. LEATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court Dade County, Florida (seal) Hy: U SNEEDEN, Deputy Clerk 12/20-27, 13-10 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 13683 WILLIAM SLOWIK, Plaintiff, vs. TESSIE SLOWIK, I 'efellllaiU. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO; TESSIE SLOW IK 1*80 E. Ith Street Brookl] a, N.Y. You, TESSIE SI.OWIK. ;„ %  ,. hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has I.e. ll fled „„., >. od and you are required • %  < Mrve % %  • e"iv of your Answer or I'leadini; to the lull oi t omolaini on in.flat..tin s „,torney, Christie and Levensteln, ill l < oral Way. Miami, Florida ami file the original Answer or Pleading in the Office Of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 3oth iiav of January 1984. If you rail to do s.., Judgment l>) default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill oi complaint. This notice shall be published once each Week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH 1I.OI:IDI.\N DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 23rd day of December A.D. 1903. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court, Dade Count} b lorlda (seal) By: c. P. COPELANI > Deputy Clerk CHRISTIE & I. EVEN STEIN 1114 Coral Way .Miami. Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff 12 27. I .1-111-17 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 63 C 13450 SKP.ASTIANO IMPELLUSO, Plaintiff, vs. VI Ml !ENZA IMI '!•: 1.1.1 SO, 1 lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: Vlncetiza Impelluso 1057 Vincent Avenue Bronx. NewYork. N.Y. You are hereby notified that a Cor • plaint fr Divorce barf been fib against you, and you ai>r. uuired I i serve a copy of your Answer i I'hading to the Coniulalnt for Divor, on the plaintiffs attorneys, Talianoi Waibr St Lltman, 42" Lincoln Roa> Miami Beach, Florida, and file tl • original Answer or Pleading in tl • I office of the clerk ,.f the Clrcu • Court on or before the 20th day i I: ll wrv, 1984. If you fall to do s liiiV" lit by default w'll be tak< • "ii for the rellei demand la I .plaint for Divorce. Do: ND ORDERED at Mian his 18th day of Decemb. I ii EATHERMAN, Clerk. 1 > .n i in, Dade County, Florid I seal) By: L. SNEEDEN, l lepuly cbrk Tallanoff, Win • i • I. ... %  :, Attorni > • %  •] i' HI in Iff 120 Lincoln I: a I Miami Beach. I-'la. 12 20-27, 1/3i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY NO. 63C 13716 II.ENE SHARON SPIES, Plaintiff, vs. j RONALD GEORGE SPIES, Defendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Yor, PONALD GEORGE SPIES, 27ni Woodland Avenue, Baltimore i">, | Maryland, are hereby notified that a 111 I of Complaint for Divorce has be, 11 filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your answer thereto on Plaintiffs attorney, ALVIN h', CAWN. one Lincoln Road Building, Suite 218, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original In the Office of ihe Clerk of the above court on or before January 27. 1984, otherwise Complaint will be taken as confessed. i'A'l'i.I' this 33rd nay of December, 19113. K. ll. LEATHERMAN Cbrk, Circuit Court (seal) By: L. SNEEDEN Deputy Clerk 12 27. l ::-)"-l7 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTS IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61597-C IN RE: Estate of MINNIE RESN1KOFF, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims oi Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you made have against the eslate of Minnie Kesnikoff deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade Coiintx, and file the same in duplicate and as provided in Section 733.16. Florida Statutes, In their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will be haired. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 17lh da) "i December. A.D. H"S3. HEN UESNIKOIF As Executor First publication of this notlco on the SOth day of December, iu3. Tallanoff, Waller ^Lltman Attorney for Executor 120 Lincoln ltd., Miami Beach, Fla. 12/20-27. 1/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol %  iip.r Cash *i c,rry Wholesale ilrocery at I4S0 Northwest -'2nd Street, Miami, Dade County, Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. STANDARD WHOLESALE GROCERY <•(>. a Florida corporation—100% 1230 Northwest 23rd Street, Miami. 11a. ROBERT J. LEWISON Attorney for Standard Wholesale 12/27,1/3-10-17 SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS Corporation Seals and Supplies CHARLIE MERZ, Owner 613 N.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO. 63C 13522 JAMES THOMAS DUDLEY, Plaintiff, FRANCES .1ANE DUDLEY, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: FRANCES'JANE DUDLEY SIS Sargent street t ilolyoke, Massachusetts You FRANCES JANE DUDLEY are hereby notified that a mil of Complaint for'Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to Berve a copy <>f your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on ihe plaintiff's Attorney. GOLDMAN, GOLDKTE1N A I'AC/.iElt. (401 West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida and file the original Answer or I'leading in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 20th day of January, 1964. If you fail to do so. Judgment by defaull will be taken again*! you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall he published once eaeb week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH I'l.' IRID1AN. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this iTth day of December, A.D. 1963. E. n. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (seal) Bj : C. P. OOPELAND Deputy Clerk (iolilman, Goldstein .*>• Pacsler 24"l Wee) Flagler Street .Miami. Fli rldn—N'E .".-mils Attorney i for Plaintiff 12 20-87. 1,3 10 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 60869-A IN RE: Estate of ELSIE .MARTHA 1'. eea.sed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which yon may have against the estate of ELSIE MARTHA deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County .Indites of Dade County, and file the sain,' in duplicate and as provided in Section 733.Hi, Florida Statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, Within six calendar months from the time of the His, publication hereof) or the same "ill be barred, Daled at .Miami, Florida, this 10th dry of December, A.D. 1963. BENJAMIN MARTHA As Executor First publication of this notice on the 27th day of December, 1963. MALCOLM 11. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Executor 1 bib' Ibse.ij lie Du.lding 12 27, 1 3-10-17 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61364-B IN RE: Estate of HYMAN WYI.I n ;i: 1 leeeased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All creditors ami All Persona Ha ing Claims or Demands Against Sai-i Estate: You are hereby notified and rquired to present any claims and d. mauds which you may have again the stale of HYMAN WYHMJK'd• •eased lat,. of D.ule Cmmty, Florid to the County Judges of Dade Coui ty, and file the same In duplicate ai as provided In Section 783.16, lloii. Statutes, In their offices in the Com ly Courthouse in Dad,. County, Florida, within six calendar months fro the time of the first publication llei Of, or the same u ill be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this J'. '. day of December, A.D. 1903. SARAH WYLOGB As Executrix First publication of this notice i li<20th day of December, 11163. Sh.vin, Goodman & lloltzman Dy: Sylvan N. lloltzman Attorney for Executrix 346 s'eybold Elds.. Miami 82. Fla. 12/20-27. 1/8-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OVEN that the und, reigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SATELLITE RECORDING STUDIOS at S935 S.W. Eighth Street, Miami, Florida intends to register said name wiih the Clerk of the Circuit Court oi Dade ('ounty, Florida. FRED DEHNEY. sobowner Shevin, Goodman .<• Holtsinan Uy: Sylvan N. Holtsman Attorney for Fred I'.ernev 346 Seybold Building Miami 82, Fiorida 12 27, I l-Hi-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the Undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of STAR FRUIT COMPANY at P.O. DON 52-153, Miami, Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, NORMAN RUBINS" IN HELEN B1LVBRSTEIN Owners 12 20-27, I 3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol GOLDEN oi E till LIARDS ul 11021 N.W. 27th Ave, Miami. Fhi. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the ('ircuil i lourt of I lade Count]. Florida. DOMINIC B. DeSTEFANO Sole 1 >\\ ||er S. Philip Malspi is Attorne) lu: owner 12/13-fO-Sr, I t NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl • the undersigned, desiring to engage la business under the fictitious name WEST COAST-EAST SURF SHOP ut 137 Fifth St., .Miami Beach, Fla., intend to register said name with tie Cbrk of the Circuit Court of Da %  Counti. Florida. i; EN E ES< -i i EN I ii: ENNER RICHARD F1CHTMAN TOM GHADY Owners 12 20-27, 1/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ti i the undersigned, desiring to enga-In business under the fictitious nan of P \R LIQUIDATORS at 67 I Bird lioad, in the City of South M ami, Florida, intend to register t said name With the Clerk of the CI • cult Court of Dade County. Florida Dated at Miami Beach, Florida, t! %  2nd day of December, 1063 MITCHELL POTTER EDWARD ROBBIN8 GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF Al toi my for Applicant ; 12" Lincoln Bos I I Miami BeaCh, Fla. 12 13-20-27. 1 I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61515-A IN RE: Estate of LENA LEVIN, I leeeased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditorand All Persons 11.. ing claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and I •quired in present any claims and it %  minds which you may have again1 the -state of LENA LEVIN deceased late of Hade County, Florida, to the Courtly Judges of Dade County, and file the -.roe in duplie ,te and as provlded In Section 733.16, Florida Sta utes, in ib, i, office in the Coun %  Courthouse in Dade County, Plori within icalendar months from the ioi" of the flrsi publication hen or the sanewill be b im d. Dated al Miami, Florida, ibis day oi | >eci mln r, A.D, 1963. SAMl'EL KATZ \< i.\. i utor Firs! pui licatli n of this notice the 13th day of December, 1963, SMITH .v MANDLBR i Hai ry B, Smith) Attorney for Estate of l.en.i Levin 4U7 Lincoln IM., Miami Beach, Fla. 12 13-20-27,



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raam 14A 1964 Page 16-A U*ist FUnririintr) Friday. January^ OM VISIT TO BRATZLAVER SHRINE Hassidim Report Courteous Treatment by Soviet Hosts f .~L,WA, Th.th e sroup to the tomb ar watchReady to pour at "ready to serve" combined Youth ment last Sunday any moment is the eflicient lyn Rothman, Mrs. Israel Teitch. Mrs. Robert crew at Temple Emanu-El's Frank, Mrs. Jack Fox. Mrs. Harry Brick. Mrs. and Confirmation DepartLeonard Richelson, and Mrs. David Berger. Left to right are Mrs. Mari^___ NEW YORK — (JTA) — The mayor of Uman, Ukrania, person! ally e?corted a group of 11 HasHi ic Jews from Brooklyn to the tomb of the Bratzlaver Rebbc, which they had received special permission to visit, the leader of the group reported here this week Rabbi Leon Rosenfeld, leader of the Bratzlaver sect in Brooklyn, said he and his 10 followers con! ducted rites at the tomb in Uman ol Rabbi Nachman of Bratzlav. v ho died in 1810, and who is rev• red as one of the great 18th century lenders of the movement La Eastern Europe. The mayor and his deputy led the TOUP to the tomb ar watched the rites. The mayo, ^n invited the group to an ofjta.'* Mnquet at the town's hou %  .. ine Hassidim accepted the imitation but ate the kosher food •:ey had brought with them. Raj* : Rosenleld said his group had een impressed by the courtesy and inlercst shown by the S i*t ofr ficiaJs. When the group arc**-, toll hotel, the street vvasJagrant persons who wanted J major American visitors to( RabM said. The 11 v our 1 allowed to stay in Um*vto da v. however. # '''" i es to .1 J Cohen to Head Services Unit For Federation Edward Cohen, administrative director of Temple Israel, will again serve as chairman of the Communal Services Division for the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal, it was announced by Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman of the CJA campaign. As chairman of the division, one of the first to organize for the 1964 drive. Cohen will coordinate participation of the division composed of professional staff members of the synagogues and religious schools of Greater Miami, and the professional staff members of the voluntary health and welfare agencies of the community, whose members work closely with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. In addition to being administrative director of Temple Israel, the new chairman has served on the Miami Armed Services Committee of the Jewish Welfare Board. A former newspaperman, Cohen is editor of the NATA Quarterly, a member of the National Board of the National Association of Temple Administrators, and a member of the Executive Committee of the South Florida Federation of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED %  S YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR CONN Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: ^_ A€MK 685-1952 BF.Goodrich NORTON TIRE < Main Store: 5300 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami Open 24 Hours and All Day Sunday SEASON SPECIAL! New tire with truck-tire tough Super-Syn 45 r.rOxlb Black tulietype n'i- Frl lax $1.09 and tire o i vO.ir car HO MONEY DOWN FREE MOUNTING B.F. GOODRICH COMMANDER 220 • LIFETIME GUARANTEE • NYLON CORD CONSTRUCTION IMSTANT CREDIT #M LIFETIME GUARANTEE AH 8 FGnoanch tire* are guaranteed ioi life )' original tread, without limit an to time 01 mileage agamM defects in mat#na' ana workmanship and 4qa*nst n'nwo-'ta ct. breaks caused oy road hiia r di


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• Dr. Shapiro Keynotes Women's Conference j I Dr. Judah J. Shapiro, secretary of the National Foundation for Jewish Culture, and former national director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations, will be keynote speaker at the Pattern for Survival educational conference on Thursday, Jan. 16, it was announced by Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg, chairman of the day. The function is scheduled lor the DiLido Hotel. Co-sponsored by the Federation of Jewish Women and the Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade Coui.ty, Dr. Shapiro, noted author and educator, will be the honored guest speaker at the afternoon session. Preceding Dr. Shapiro and the luncheon program will be a panel discussion on "Pattern for Survival" at which Federation leaders and other communal agencies in the local community will be participants. The women's groups will then form two pane' sessions, one for the discussion of "Youth in Our Changing World." and the second ioi the discussion of "The Civil Rights Struggle—It's Effect on Our Community and Our Country." Dr. Shapiro has traveled extensively throughout Europe and North Africa, and has made many visits to Israel. In 1957 and 1961, he reveived awards for the best papers on Jewish Communal Service. Dr. Shapiro was the director of Cultural and Educational Heconstruction of the JDC, with offices in Paris, serving from 1948 to 1954 in the efforts at Jewish communal reconstruction after the war. His responsibilities extended to Europe. North Africa, and Israel. Immediately following the JDC a-signment, Dr. Shapiro accepted an invitation to develop the cultural program of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, involving scholarship and fellowship grants, construction of schools, training of teachers, publications and research on the Nazi era. In addition to Mrs. Feinberg. members of the Federation of Jewish Women heading the educational conference are Mrs. Sol Goldstein, program chairman; Mrs. Larry Friedland, arrangements chairman; and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, organization coordinating chairman. Trio to Head Young Women's CJA Unit Announcement that a trio of % oung women leaders, Mrs. Marshall S. Harris, Mrs. Albert Wein1 traub and Mrs. Sam Luby Jr., will head the 1964 program of the Yuung Women's Division of Com-i -tned Jewish Appeal was made this week by Mrs. Carl Weinkle, 1964 Women's Division chairman. | "1 look forward to these three Tropical Body Slates Auction Greater Miami Chapter of Deh.irah will hold a member-bring-1 a-member luncheon at the Barcelona Hotel on Tuesday noon. Mrs. Benjamin Duckman, chairman for the afternoon, will preteal the program which includes| the honoring of all life members, j Special guest will be Judge Milton j .). Wallace. Committe members are Mos( a mes Eugene Schwarz, Mark Wallace, and Mildred Auslander. Mrs. Morris Weinberger is president. young women, all of whom have


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Page 2-B kwisfi florldiain Friday, January 3, 1964 Zamora Ladies P'cii? Functions Paid-up membership party on Werire.-dny night for Temple Zaj mora Sisterhood will be sponsor( < i I v bfca January Circle chaired by Mrs. Snm Miller. A fashion show will be presentc by Acincs Lingerie, of Coral Gabl's, and refreshments will be served. Jaruary Circle hostesses will also be in charge of a "Mad Ha New york quest MAN, THAT'S A DISH! CORNED BEEF • FRANKFURTERS • SALAMI • BOLOGNA WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 16551



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Friday. January 3, 1984 *Jew9sli nnrHfrtr Page 3-B Greater Miami Chapters of Mizrachi Women's Organization of America present a National Award of Distinction to Leo Mindlin, executive editor of The Jewish Floridian, "for his dedication to Jewish education both here and in Israel." Left to right are Mesdames Jacob Davis, Julius Rosenstein, Jerry Schwartz, Alex Shavewitz, Israel Teitch, Joseph Weishaus, Pauline Grundwerg, Edith Brenner, Doncld Schraoer and Alfred Stone, coordinator for Florida Mizrachi Women. Presentation was at a joint meeting of the chupters in the Hebrew Academy, where Mindlin addressed the gathering. Riegers Mark 53rd Anniversary Doc. 25 has been an important dale lor Mr. and Mrs Joseph (Cclia) Riegcr, 250 Meridian Ave., Since 1910. Now celebrating the 53rd year of their marriage which tonk place on that day, the date has become a traditional one for weddings throughout the Rieger .amily. Their son, I'at, was married 28 years ago: on Dec. 25; grandson Martin Blachter. chose it for his' nuptials in 1960, and a greatgranddaughter picked it for her birthday two years ago. Joseph Kieger, 73', who came to the United States from Austria in 1907, and nis Russian-born wife. Celia, 70, were also partners in j business. When they retired from their New York City SeventhAvenue manufacturing firm 6ix years ago, they came to Miami Beach and Immediately became active in several organizations. In addition to visiting hospital patients, they affiliated with Civil Defense, Odd MR. AND NIKS. JOSEPH RIEGER Fellows, Rebekahs. Masons and Biseayne Democratic Club. They also belong to Golden Ring Club 1 which sponsored a party fcr the Riegers last Tuesday. Here for the festivities were the Pat Ricgers. Martin Blachters with daughter Sherry, and the Rieger daughter and son-in-law, Hannah ind Jules Barnett. Beth Am Will Honor Members Jewish Women's Council School Will Be Dedicated to Late President Kennedy old Rand, Herbert Young, Sidney Schwartz. Harry M. Kapian, Dorothy Krieger Fink, Alfred Viener, Larry Kassnian. Meyer Baskin. and Philip Pearlman At Friday evening services, Temple Beth Am will honor the following members: Mr. and Mrs. Alan Kessler. Mr. and Mrs. Jay I. Kislak. Cantor and Mrs. Charles^ Kodner, Mr. and Mrs. David Korn! berg, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kusner, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Laks, Mr. j I and Mrs, Bernard Lash, Mr. and 1 Mrs. Irving Lax, Mr. and Mrs. Abe • I.etkove. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Leibert, Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Leidner, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Leonard, Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Leopold, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Levinson, Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Levinson, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Lcshaw, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Levinson, Mr. and Mrs. David Light, Mr. and Mrs. George Light and Miss Marilyn Light. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers will dedicate the National Council of Jewish Women School for Community Action to the memory of the late President John Fitzgerald Kennedy on Wednesday, Jan. 8, at Temple Beth Shoiom. The second day of the Kennedy School for Community Action will take p^ace two weeks later, on Jan. 22 in the same place. "Council members and their guests will intensify their deter% mination to continue to work for the principles, beliefs and ideals New! AM all purpose cleaner with ammonia • • • • e e e • to which the President was com' mited and for which we feel he gave his life," said Mrs. Raymond R. Rubin, section president. "Subject matter for the school has been developed to teach the individual that there is much she can do about complex public problems, that she can learn, too, what is behind the headlines," explained Mrs. Maurice Serottta, school curriculum chairman. "Mrs. Serotta and her curriculum committee are accenting the subject of 'Equal Opportunity for Youth' as among the most chalI lenging issues facing the nation, not only in terms of human heart• break, but in impact on the economy," said Mrs. Aaron Farr, j school director. Committee to act as seminar leaders on Jan. 8 and 22 includes: • Mesdames Jerome Benson, Irving Kushman, David Cataman, David Brezin, Robert Hamburg, Morton Perry, Irving Wexler, Har-j • cleans everything \ • from the floor up! j • KOSHER • • PARVE Product < of ColgatePalmolive Zien Ladies Slate Lwncheen Temple Zion Sisterhood is holding its-th*r;r annual mother-daughter luncheon on Sunday. Jan. 19, at 12:30 p.m. Affair will be held at the AtIgUtis Hotel, 3655 Collins Ave., inlead of the Temple social hall, to accommodate the anticipated large attendance. Reservations for the affair, which will feature a fashion show, can be made with Mrs. Ben Block and Mrs. Dan Feldman. <> CLEANS LIKE A WHITE TORNADO —the first all purpose cleaner good enough to be called Ajax! You'll see a white tornado of power that cleans everything in Its path. Even corners, where dirt and wax build up, come sparkling clean without scraping. And you don't need to rinse! New Max All Purpose Cleaner with ammonia leaves a fiash, clean smell that proves It's really dono the Job! Rabbi Baumgard to Speak Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard will conduct a discussion on the Biblical books, "First and Second Samuel," in the adult education room at Temple Beth Am every Monday evening at 8 p.m. Chairman of the Adult Education Committee is Barton Udell. MU:AL GUSTO TVBKCRTlul HidelliliTJukrrljnouj Henry E. Mangels Co. 3550 N.W. 58th Street Ph. NE 5-1391 So what? They're just as delicious and just as strictly vegetarian this way. 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Zaraora Ladies
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15 in '''i' '' mi le 1 a buf-
fet supper and card party plan-
ne i"i' Saturday, Jan. 25.
Circle host< ise rti 1 will also
he p v ith Oneg Sbabbats during
lannary include Mesdames Sam
Mtman. Louis Fried, Harrj Green,
iam lliv-!i. Han-y Kaminoff, Wil-
liam Lauretz, Joe Roisman, Adolph
Rosenthal, Ruby shear, Israel
Singer, Oscar Smukler.
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Mrs. Joan Comay (left), noted Israeli author and lecturer, pre-
sents to Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers the Woman of the Year
Award of the American Friends of the Hebrew University.
Benjamin Meyers, as an expression of his pride in his wife's
achievements, and in keeping with the theme of the Award
Luncheon, "Peace Through Education." announced a full
maintenance scholarship at the Hebrew University in Jeru-
salem.
5G0 Women Gather at Luncheon
Honoring Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers
brew University, which is not only
developing the eventual leader-
ship for the State of Israel but is
also the source of leadership-pre-
paration for many of the new
small nations."
As an expression of his inter-
est in the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem and his pride in the
award to his wile. Benjamin Mey-
ers will sponsor a full maintenance
scholarship for an eligible student
at the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem during the coming year.
Others making scholarship gifts
were Mr. and .Mrs. Jacob Rifkin,
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Turner. Miss
Jeanette Prisament, Mrs. Irving
E. Miller. Mrs. Hyman Bcrman
and Mrs. Eve Schacht.
In Greater Miami, additions were
made to established scholarship
and student loan funds by Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, Mr. and;
Mrs. Jack 3. Popick, president of
' :he South Florida Division of the,
Friends, and Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham I. Uslander, as well as Dr.
and Mrs. Herman Ausubel to the
denial school,
Participating in the program
was noted violinist Joan Field, ac-
companied by Florence Kutzen.
Bernard Cherrick, vice presi
dent, Board of Governors ol the
Hebrew University ol Jerusalem.
brought greetings from the Gival
Ram campus and made a presen-
tation to Mrs, Samuel T. Sapiro,
with her husband a new founder
Of the rev, campus Of the He!.rev
I ni\( rsity.
i A> '; ncen enl was made of ad-
ditional Greater Miami founders,
Dr and Mrs, Philip Gotlieb, who
,; ins 1 undcrs Mr, and Mrs. Jack
S. Popick, Charles Charcowsky,
'''' Charles Charcowsky, Mr
David Provus and Mr
11,1 Mrs. Jacob Rifkin.
Chairman ol the event was Mrs.
Max Weitz. Invocation was de-
livered by Mrs. Leonard Rosen
and Mrs. Jack S. Popick, award
chairman, participated in Ihe pro
gtam. Greetings from th presi-
dent, Mrs. Samuel Simonhofl key-
noted the Woman ol ihe Year
1 luncheon.
At the Woman of the Year
Award luncheon honoring Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers last Friday,
the leaders of many women's or-
ganizations in Greater Miami gath-
er to express their admiration
and respect for the honoree, as
well as their dedication to the
theme cf the occasion, "Peace
Through Education."
In presenting the award Joan
(Mrs. Michael) Comay. wife of the
Israel Ambassador to the United
Nations, told the over 500 women
who gathered at the Fontainebleau
Hotel how vital a role the Hebrew
University is playing today in the
progress of the newly-developing
countries, "not only in Africa but
in your own hemisphere."
According to Mrs. Comay, "A
team of graduates of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem is at pres-
ent in Jamaica, instructing the
citizens of that new nation in mod-
ern agricultural methods."
Mrs. Comay lauded Mrs. Meyer.-,
ani the women of Greater Miami
American Friends "for their under-
standing and support of the He-
Anchors Aweigh
For Hadassah
Florida Region of Hadassah will
be represented by more than 100
women an.l their husbands on a
seven-day cruise aboard the Zim
liner SS Jerusalem leaving Satur-
day for San Juan. Puerto Rico.
and St. Thomas in the Virgin Is-
lands.
One of the women on board will
be Mrs. Phyllis Reuben, who won
a free cruise as top prize in the
recently-concluded regional mem
bership drive. Mrs, Reuben, who
came to the United states from
England only a year ago, recruit-
ed 15 new members during the
drive
Hadassah Chapters from seven
Florida cities, inclll ing Miami,
Miami Beach, Orlando. Clearwal
er, Jacksonville. Tampa and St
Petersburg, will be on board for
this cruise, the first ever spon-
sored by Hadassah on a regional
level, with Zim Line> acting as co-
sponsor
The Atlanta Chapter of Hadas
sah also plans to send a small
group to join the cruise.
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the USY leader of the temple's teen-age qroup. as delegate
to the national USY convention in Washington, D.C., Elsie
Belsky, Sisterhood president announced. Barbara, a past
president of USY. is active In the group and helps the Relig-
ious School staff. She is a senior at Miami Beach High School,
and will bring back a report to the Sisterhood.
Janice Feld Will Play on Sunday
On Sunday. 4 p.m., in the Dixie pupil ol Cyrus I'llian of Ft L. :
Room ol the Musicians Club ol u'enMe.
America, concert will feature A sonior :'' Southwest Miami]
, .... High Sehool, last year Mi-' F.i'l
J : ce I-eld. pianist. ,. .
secon I prize in the orches-
Miss Feld. daughter ol Mr and tration contest held by th" All-
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which will feature a white ele-
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Jack Gioman, auctioneer.
President of the group 1- Mrs
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State department president
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliaries
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fc •_..*- _- •MM* • <* ^ Page 2-B > Jbwte^ tkrtdKton Friday. January 3, 1954 Zaraora Ladies Plaa Functions P .-, mi mbi rship parly on lodrefd ; remple Za* ed bv Ihe J • %  M \ 1 hion sh %  will be present,. by '•• I ::c '' Coral it %  1 ; %  .. rreshim nts will be -11 \ oil. 1 .. circle hostcs es will ; of a "Mad Ha< ,.,..| unc heon on Wednesday, • „ 15 in '''i' '•' % %  mi le 1 a buffet supper and card party planne i"i' Saturday, Jan. 25. Circle host< ise rti 1 will also he p v ith Oneg Sbabbats during lannary include Mesdames Sam Mtman. Louis Fried, Harrj Green, iam lliv-!i. Han-y Kaminoff, William Lauretz, Joe Roisman, Adolph Rosenthal, Ruby shear, Israel Singer, Oscar Smukler. "* Mrs. Joan Comay (left), noted Israeli author and lecturer, presents to Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers the Woman of the Year Award of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. Benjamin Meyers, as an expression of his pride in his wife's achievements, and in keeping with the theme of the Award Luncheon, "Peace Through Education." announced a full maintenance scholarship at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. 5G0 Women Gather at Luncheon Honoring Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers brew University, which is not only developing the eventual leadership for the State of Israel but is also the source of leadership-preparation for many of the new small nations." As an expression of his interest in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and his pride in the award to his wile. Benjamin Meyers will sponsor a full maintenance scholarship for an eligible student at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem during the coming year. Others making scholarship gifts were Mr. and .Mrs. Jacob Rifkin, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Turner. Miss Jeanette Prisament, Mrs. Irving E. Miller. Mrs. Hyman Bcrman and Mrs. Eve Schacht. In Greater Miami, additions were made to established scholarship and student loan funds by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, Mr. and; Mrs. Jack 3. Popick, president of :he South Florida Division of the, Friends, and Mr. and Mrs. Abraham I. Uslander, as well as Dr. and Mrs. Herman Ausubel to the denial school, Participating in the program was noted violinist Joan Field, accompanied by Florence Kutzen. Bernard Cherrick, vice presi dent, Board of Governors ol the Hebrew University ol Jerusalem. brought greetings from the Gival Ram campus and made a presentation to Mrs, Samuel T. Sapiro, with her husband a new founder Of the rev, campus Of the He!.rev I ni\( rsity. i A> ; ncen enl was made of additional Greater Miami founders, Dr and Mrs, Philip Gotlieb, who ,; ins 1 undcrs Mr, and Mrs. Jack S. Popick, Charles Charcowsky, %  %  Charles Charcowsky, Mr David Provus and Mr 11,1 Mrs. Jacob Rifkin. Chairman ol the event was Mrs. Max Weitz. Invocation was delivered by Mrs. Leonard Rosen and Mrs. Jack S. Popick, award chairman, participated in Ihe pro gtam. Greetings from th president, Mrs. Samuel Simonhofl keynoted the Woman ol ihe Year 1 luncheon. At the Woman of the Year Award luncheon honoring Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers last Friday, the leaders of many women's organizations in Greater Miami gather to express their admiration and respect for the honoree, as well as their dedication to the theme cf the occasion, "Peace Through Education." In presenting the award Joan (Mrs. Michael) Comay. wife of the Israel Ambassador to the United Nations, told the over 500 women who gathered at the Fontainebleau Hotel how vital a role the Hebrew University is playing today in the progress of the newly-developing countries, "not only in Africa but in your own hemisphere." According to Mrs. Comay, "A team of graduates of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem is at present in Jamaica, instructing the citizens of that new nation in modern agricultural methods." Mrs. Comay lauded Mrs. Meyer.-, ani the women of Greater Miami American Friends "for their understanding and support of the HeAnchors Aweigh For Hadassah Florida Region of Hadassah will be represented by more than 100 women an.l their husbands on a seven-day cruise aboard the Zim liner SS Jerusalem leaving Saturday for San Juan. Puerto Rico. and St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands. One of the women on board will be Mrs. Phyllis Reuben, who won a free cruise as top prize in the recently-concluded regional mem bership drive. Mrs, Reuben, who came to the United states from England only a year ago, recruited 15 new members during the drive Hadassah Chapters from seven Florida cities, inclll ing Miami, Miami Beach, Orlando. Clearwal er, Jacksonville. Tampa and St Petersburg, will be on board for this cruise, the first ever sponsored by Hadassah on a regional level, with Zim Line> acting as cosponsor The Atlanta Chapter of Hadas sah also plans to send a small group to join the cruise. NEWI %  —(,T. %  Wfl.NO KOSHER SALAMI i The Sisterhood of Temple Menorah has sent Barbara Segal, the USY leader of the temple's teen-age qroup. as delegate to the national USY convention in Washington, D.C., Elsie Belsky, Sisterhood president announced. Barbara, a past president of USY. is active In the group and helps the Religious School staff. She is a senior at Miami Beach High School, and will bring back a report to the Sisterhood. Janice Feld Will Play on Sunday On Sunday. 4 p.m., in the Dixie pupil ol Cyrus I'llian of Ft L. :• Room ol the Musicians Club ol u'enMe. America, concert will feature A sonior : '' Southwest Miami] .... High Sehool, last year Mi-' F.i'l J : ce I-eld. pianist. ,. secon I prize in the orchesMiss Feld. daughter ol Mr and tration contest held by th" AllMrs. Max P. Feld of Miami, 1^ a Miami Youth Symphony. ANNOUNCEMENT QUALITY KOSHER MEAT MARKET MR. AND MRS. ABE CHIEL, Proprietors ARE NOW AfEIUATED WITH THE RUBINDALE KOSHER MEAT MARKET LOCATED AT 2101 Coral Way (S.W. 22nd Street) Miami Phones HI 3-2135 and HI 8-4766 FREE DELIVERY Under Strict Supervn.on of United Kaihrus Asioc.at.on o ,,.,... r,r 'l" Miami Rabbi A j. S.fr. R, V M.m.eh.hlr R,. H,rm jn Ooych. MMhflae* %  + + **** + *** + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + „] Deborah Chapter Member Lunch Regular luncheon meeting ol Tropical Chapter. American Medical Center at Denver, will he held on Friday noon at the Deauville Hotel. Mrs. Herbert Cohen, program chairman, is in charge of the day, which will feature a white elephant sale end auction, with Mrs, Jack Gioman, auctioneer. President of the group 1Mrs Bertra a Tl orpe. ?uf

Friday. January 3. 1964
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Page 3-B
Greater Miami Chapters of Mizrachi Women's
O.gc: izution of America present a National
l A ward of Distinction to Leo Mindlin, executive
[edito: of The Jewish Floridian, "for his dedica-
tion to Jewish education both here and in Is-
I rael." Left to right are Mesdames Jacob Davis.
Julius Rosenstein. Jerry Schwartz, Alex Shave-
witz. Israel Teitch, Joseph Weishaus. Pauline
Grundwerg. Edith Brenner, Dondd Schraoer
and Alfred Stone, coordinator for Florida Miz-
rachi Women. Presentation wns at a joint
meeting of the chapters in the Hebrew Acad-
emy, where Mindlin addressed the gathering.
Riegers Mark
53rd Anniversary
Dec. 25 haa been an important
^or Mr. and Mrs Joseph
(Celia) Mager* 250 Meridian Avo..
since i!)io. Now celebrating tM
S3rd year ol their moaanga which
took place oil that day. (he date
baa become traditional one for
weddings throughout the RIegex
.a mil),-.
Their son.-fat. was married 28
years ago on Dec. 25. grandson
Martin Blachter. chose it for his-
nuptials in i960, and a great-
granddaughter picked it for her
birthday two years ago.
JoaepQ Kieger, 7:i. who- came to
the United States from Austria in
1907. and nis Russian-bom wite.
Celia, 70. were also partners in
business.
When they retired from their
New York City Seventh Avenue
manufacturing firm six years ago,
they came to Miami Beach and
Immediately became active in
several organizations, In a dition
to visiting hospital patients, they
affiliated with Civil Defense, Odd
M. AND NIKS. JOSEPH R/FCER
fellows, Rebekahs. Masons and
Biscayne Democratic Club.
They also belong to Golden Ring
club i which sponsored a party
for the Rtfegers last Tuesday. Here
for the festivities were the fat
'<:-. Martin Bladders with
daughter Sherry, and the Rieger
daughter and son-in-law, Hannah
nd Jules Barnett.
Beth Am Will Honor Members
ewish Women's Council School Will
e Dedicated to Late President Kennedy
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers will
Dedicate the National Council of
Jewish Women School for Com-
munity Action to the memory of
Ihc lat President John Fitzgerald
Kennedy on Wednesday, Jan. 8,
i Tempi* Beth Sholom.
The second day of the Kennedy
iihool for Community Action will
lake r> ce two weeks later, on
p.m. 22 in the same place.
Council members and their
niesta ill intensify their deter-
mination to continue to work for
p.e principles, beliefs and ideals
New! AJAX
all purpose cleaner
with ammonia


I cleans everything j
from the floor up!
to which the President was com
mited and lor which we feel he
gave his life," said Mrs. Raymond
R. Rubin, section president.
Subject matter for the school
has been developed to teach the
individual that there is much she
can do about complex public prob-
lems, that she can learn, too. what
Is behind the headlines," explain-
ed Mrs. Maurice Serottta. school
curriculum chairman.
".Mrs. Serotta and her curricul
urn committee are accenting the
subject of "Equal Opportunity for
Youth' as among the most thai
l< n ling issues facing the nation,1
nol only in terms of human heart
break, bul in impact on the emu
c-my," s;iid Mrs, Aaron fair.
: choi l director.
I on mittee I i art as seminar
i on Jan 8 a id 22 include
M i im .i : |rv
iman,
' I zin, Robert Han bui g,
rt n I Hat
Zion Ladies
S8afe Luncheon
Ten pie Zi in Sisterh ,i is hold-
ing it- tirr.i animal "-. ither-daugh-
:< i lunette in on Sunday, Jan, 19.
al 12:30 p.m.
Affair will be held at the At-
1-m ii- Hotel, 3655 Collins Ave., in-
tead ni (he Temple social hall,
to accommodate the anticipated
i attendance,
Reservatii ns for the affair,
which will feature a fashion show,
can i > made with Mrs Ben Block
i nd Mrs \>.i:, Peldman,
oid Rand. Herbert Young. Sidney
Schwartz, Harry M. Kapian, Dor-
othy Krieger Fink, Alfred Viener,
Larry Kassman, Mover Baskin,
and Philip Pearlman
At Friday evening services,
Temple Beth Am will honor the
following members: Mr. and Mrs,
Alan Ke.-sler. Mr. and Mrs Jay 1.
Kislak. Cantor and Mrs. Charles
Kodner, Mr. and Mrs. David Korn-
berg, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ku-
ner, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Laks. Mr.
and Mrs Bernard Lash. Mr. and
Mrs Irving Lax. Mr and Mrs, Abe
l.elkovp.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Leibert.
Dr. and Mrs, Ralph Leidner, Mr
ai I Mrs. foil Leonard. Dr.
Mrs. Seymour Leopold. Mi-
Mrs. Harold Levinson, Dr.
Mrs, Melvin Levinson, Mr.
Mrs. Jay Leshaw. Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Levinson, Mr. and Mrs.
David Light, Mr. and Mrs. George
Light and Miss Marilyn Light.
and
and
and
and

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nnsel New A|ax All Purpose Cleaner
with ammonia leaves a fiath, clean
mell that proves It's really done
the Jobl
Rabbi Baumgard to Speak
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard
will conduct a discussion on the
Biblical books, "first and Second
Samuel." in the adult education
room at Temple Beth Am every
Monday evening at 8 p.m. Chair-
man of the Adult Education Com-
mittee is Barton Udell.
SU.
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Friday. January 3. 1964 *• **r#f nrrlrii^m Page 3-B Greater Miami Chapters of Mizrachi Women's O.gc: izution of America present a National l A ward of Distinction to Leo Mindlin, executive [edito: of The Jewish Floridian, "for his dedication to Jewish education both here and in IsI rael." Left to right are Mesdames Jacob Davis. Julius Rosenstein. Jerry Schwartz, Alex Shavewitz. Israel Teitch, Joseph Weishaus. Pauline Grundwerg. Edith Brenner, Dondd Schraoer and Alfred Stone, coordinator for Florida Mizrachi Women. Presentation wns at a joint meeting of the chapters in the Hebrew Academy, where Mindlin addressed the gathering. Riegers Mark 53rd Anniversary Dec. 25 haa been an important ^or Mr. and Mrs Joseph (Celia) Mager* 250 Meridian Avo.. since i!)io. Now celebrating tM S3rd year ol their moaanga which took place oil that day. (he date baa become %  traditional one for weddings throughout the RIegex .a mil),-. Their son.-fat. was married 28 years ago on Dec. 25. grandson Martin Blachter. chose it for hisnuptials in i960, and a greatgranddaughter picked it for her birthday two years ago. JoaepQ Kieger, 7:i. whocame to the United States from Austria in 1907. and nis Russian-bom wite. Celia, 70. were also partners in business. When they retired from their New York City Seventh Avenue manufacturing firm six years ago, they came to Miami Beach and Immediately became active in several organizations, In a dition to visiting hospital patients, they affiliated with Civil Defense, Odd M. AND NIKS. JOSEPH R/FCER fellows, Rebekahs. Masons and Biscayne Democratic Club. They also belong to Golden Ring club i which sponsored a party for the Rtfegers last Tuesday. Here for the festivities were the fat '• %  < % %  :-. Martin Bladders with daughter Sherry, and the Rieger daughter and son-in-law, Hannah nd Jules Barnett. Beth Am Will Honor Members ewish Women's Council School Will e Dedicated to Late President Kennedy Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers will Dedicate the National Council of Jewish Women School for Community Action to the memory of Ihc lat President John Fitzgerald Kennedy on Wednesday, Jan. 8, i Tempi* Beth Sholom. The second day of the Kennedy iihool for Community Action will lake r> „ce two weeks later, on p.m. 22 in the same place. Council members and their niesta ill intensify their determination to continue to work for p.e principles, beliefs and ideals New! AJAX all purpose cleaner with ammonia • • • • • • I cleans everything j • from the floor up! • to which the President was com mited and lor which we feel he gave his life," said Mrs. Raymond R. Rubin, section president. •Subject matter for the school has been developed to teach the individual that there is much she can do about complex public problems, that she can learn, too. what Is behind the headlines," explained Mrs. Maurice Serottta. school curriculum chairman. ".Mrs. Serotta and her curricul urn committee are accenting the subject of "Equal Opportunity for Youth' as among the most thai l< n ling issues facing the nation, 1 nol only in terms of human heart break, bul in impact on the emu c-my," s;iid Mrs, Aaron fair. : choi l director. I on mittee I i art as seminar i on Jan 8 a id 22 include • M i im .i : |rv • iman, I zin, Robert Han bui g, %  rt n I %  Hat Zion Ladies S8afe Luncheon Ten pie Zi in Sisterh ,i is holding ittirr.i animal "-. ither-daugh:< i lunette in on Sunday, Jan, 19. al 12:30 p.m. Affair will be held at the At1-M iiHotel, 3655 Collins Ave., in•tead ni (he Temple social hall, to accommodate the anticipated i attendance, Reservatii ns for the affair, which will feature a fashion show, can i >• made with Mrs Ben Block i nd Mrs \>.i:, Peldman, oid Rand. Herbert Young. Sidney Schwartz, Harry M. Kapian, Dorothy Krieger Fink, Alfred Viener, Larry Kassman, Mover Baskin, and Philip Pearlman At Friday evening services, Temple Beth Am will honor the following members: Mr. and Mrs, Alan Ke.-sler. Mr. and Mrs Jay 1. Kislak. Cantor and Mrs. Charles Kodner, Mr. and Mrs. David Kornberg, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kuner, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Laks. Mr. and Mrs Bernard Lash. Mr. and Mrs Irving Lax. Mr and Mrs, Abe l.elkovp. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Leibert. Dr. and Mrs, Ralph Leidner, Mr ai I Mrs. foil Leonard. Dr. Mrs. Seymour Leopold. MiMrs. Harold Levinson, Dr. Mrs, Melvin Levinson, Mr. Mrs. Jay Leshaw. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Levinson, Mr. and Mrs. David Light, Mr. and Mrs. George Light and Miss Marilyn Light. and and and and %  CLEANS LIKE A WHITE TORNADO -the first all purpose cleaner good enough to be called Ajax! Vou'lt see a white tornado of power tht cleans everything in Its path. Even corners, where dirt and wax build up, come sparkling clean without scraping. And you don't need to nnsel New A|ax All Purpose Cleaner with ammonia leaves a fiath, clean •mell that proves It's really done the Jobl Rabbi Baumgard to Speak Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard will conduct a discussion on the Biblical books, "first and Second Samuel." in the adult education room at Temple Beth Am every Monday evening at 8 p.m. Chairman of the Adult Education Committee is Barton Udell. SU. So what? 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-;qe 14-A Page 4-B -1 i i r V.i 71' C il Discussing "Books and Bagels with the Rabbi" are (left to right) Mrs. Harry E. Wolk and Mrs. Ben Goldstein, co-chairmen; Mrs. Leo Levin, president of Sisterhood; and Mrs. Sanford Levine, president of the PTA. Review Series Emanu-EI Cruise At Beth Sholom •The Deed." by Gerald Frank. be the first in a series of took reviews to be offered by Rab>i Leon Kronish, spiritual leader %  Temple Beth Sholom. on Wed et %  : %  evening, Jan. 14. To be known as "Books and &g :with the Rabbi." the series HI also include "Strength to Li*ve." by Martin Luther King. ?fT>. 9; "Yevtushenko—An Autolography," Mar. 8; "The Shoes of "he Fisherman." Morris West. ipr. 12; and a Broadway hit play be announced. May 13. Co-chairmen of the project are Irs. Harry E. Wolk and Mrs. Ben Joldstein. Proceeds will go toaid support of the Beth Sholom 1 Library of Judaica. Sisterhood, Brotherhood and PTA Of Temple Emanu-EI are sponsoring an exciting seven-day cruise to the Caribbean, leaving Jan. 11 on the SS Jerusalem. Mrs. Alexander Kogan is Sisterhood president, and Miss Lillian Goodman is chairman of the Cruise Committee. Beach Chapters Plan Meetings Herzl Group of Hadassah will old its regular monthly meeting ionday noon at the Algiers Hotel, 'olored slides entitled "Hospital ailed Hadassah." will be shown, ith narration by Mrs, Albert G\ Levin. Presiding will be Mrs! tarn Meiselman. • e Hanna Senesch Group will hold s regular meeting on Mondav. 2:30 p.m.. at the Algiers Hotel .-hort business meeting will be ••'Howed by cards. President i Irs. Henrietta Lorber. Or Oiom Lists Chantka Winners Winners in the Chanuka home decorating contest sponsored by Temple Or Olom were: Adult division. Phyllis Weissman; combined adult and children. Denise Matlin and Roz Nathanson; children's original design, 1 Gary Hecht. age 8. Jay Potluck 10. I Roy and Richard Blumfield. twins, || age 9. Children's original decoration, Debbie Raskin. 9, Steven Wein-i traub, 9, Renae Weintraub. 7, Debbie Levenson, 11. and Kathy Mar-! tin, 11; children's original scene,' Annie Lefkowitz. 12, Laurie Lef-j kowitz. 8. Kathy Green, 11, Luriej Green. 9. Rochelle Binklcr, 8, and' Shirley Shultz. 16. Judges were Mrs. William Sied: man, Mrs. Ted Sloan, Mrs. Max! Forman and Mrs. Emery Green. | Parents who participated in a Chanuka workshop presented to the Sunday School under the direc; tion of Mrs. Emery Green Included Mrs. Murray Rosenberg. Mrs.' William Siedman, Mrs. Joe Lehman and Jack Raymond. 5 A %  -HI llOH II !)IM adc !1 >r ;roi e i are •naj faj .-'at rec ill .m< .0111 —ev pi •ill '.rat iii, i 5 AMERICA'S No. 1 100% PURE BEEF PRODUCTS only the finest in taste *fid quality from Kosher fion made fresh daily in our new, modern, clean, stainless steel kitchens, under strict U.S. Government inspection and Orthodox Rabbinical Supervision. KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE COMPANY Or CHICAGO CHICAGO 8, ILL. Treat your family to Kasha Varnishkest MAN, THAT'S A DISHI K ASH FREE KASHA COOKBOOK TO ? reC PeS and menu ideas ,or m dern meals SERVE! ? nd n,ertainin 8 with Kasha. Address request •elff / to: Pnv||js Wo|ff> penn Yani ^^ york quest. vJewistncridiar Friday, January 3, V A V KCl & V. vv GHFI N STAMPS FRESHLY SMOKED SLICED BELLY LOX FRESHLY SMOKED CHUBS SLICED SALAMI or BOLOGNA APPETIZER ITEMS Available at these Stores 1020 AITON ROAD, MIAMI BEACH 1845 AITON ROAD. MIAMI BEACH 7410 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH 162S NE IBS STREET. N MIAMI BEACH 1431 NE 163 STREET, N MIAMI BEACH 1200 S DIXIE HWY CORAL GABIES 9400 HARDING AVENUE SURFSIDE 2017 TYLER STREET HOLLYWOOD AND NOW ALSO AT 2700 HOLLYWOOD BLVD. HOLLYWOOD Prices tttective thru Weekend Quo-ility Rights (reserved i-LB. LB. LB. A' GOURMET CERTIFIED KOSHER AND MADE UNDER RABBINICAL SUPERVISION AVAILABlt AT STOMS ABOVi AND ALSO AT 969 NORMANDY DRIVE MIAMI BEACH 1395 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI 70 W 4,i STREET.MIAMI BEACH • 3-00 PONCE DE U0N ^^0^^' *"* LADY GOURMET VEGETABLE SOUP 45c vegetarian sous with ... %  "ots, peas, ZiW> J^^ d'sh is favorite o KMV Th,$ •' %  • Vitamin L!L a youn 9 nd OTHER LADY GOURMET SOUPS Mushroom S Barley rt%  PT. 59 c QT. 1 00



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Friday. January 3, 1964 9-JewistncrMkUi Page 5-3 t Miami. The groom graduated ; from Miami Senior High School, and he received his degree m, civil engineering at the University of Miami. He is currently' .oing research for the University Of Miami. WarnerMRS. BIRUARD ftlNBtRG Lubovs Reveal Vicki's Betrothc! Mr. and Mrs. Harvey A. Lubov, o| St. Paul. Minn., announce the engagement of their daughter. \ ic-ki Rao. to Lloyd Stephen ttern, son of Mrs Sara Stern and the late N. Herman Stern. 9700 W. Buy Harbor Dr., and Hyannis, Mass Miss Lubov attended Ihe timer ity of Miami. Her fiance is a graduate ol Graham-Eckes School. Palm Beach, the University Of Miami. where he was atfiliated with Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity, and is currently attending University of Florida School of Law. Diana Sandier Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sandier .. nounce the engagement of their daughter, Roberta Diana, to San • uel Mark, son of Dr. and Mr Herman Meyer, 2470 SW 24tn S-. A June 7 wedding is planned. Her Tamid Men's Club Members of the local chapter ol Delta Sigmu Nu Fraternity. sponsored by the Temple Ner Tamid Men's Club, will play host to their brothers from Baltimore In a fun-tilled week in Miami Beach. Myles Trallns is president if the local chapter. Vi>rniT-K:ihii MRS. BURTON BLACK Adult Discussion Group B'nai Raphael adult discussion aroup will meet on Sunday, 8 30 p.m.. at the home of Mr. and Mrs Endre Schneider. 18150 NW 8th Rd. ,... ,. %  MOTI r {nCttte/tmg...~ for tv.ry occoiion it your assurance of on oflair to remember weddings, rrceptioni, confirmation! and organisation affairs lake on an added meaning ond stotur. ... a compliment to your gueiti — wh.n arranged by our staff of experts. MAKE IT THE NEWLY DECORATED BARCELONA TO MAKE IT BESTI 4 FOR INFORMATION CALL: Mr. OPPENHEIM or MAXINE CLARK JE 2-33 ON THE OCEAN 43rd TO 44th STS. MIAMI BEACH CiWMA WelMntlM Aiw. at lUtkM. M'WniaMch Show. Continuous from I :30 LEON SCHACHTER-S YIDDISH-AMERICAN VAUDEVILLE & FILMS • ON STAGE • Famous Comedienne FRITZIE BURR Famous International Singer 4 Accordionist MICHAL SKORR Internationally Fame us Songstress CLAUDIA CURTIS Well Known Singing Dancing Comedian CHUCK FLY • ON SCREEN MOISHE OVSHER in "The Singing Blacksmith" (Vankel der Shmidt) MatineEvenings 55c 1.25 WiNE ARTS 21st at Collins Miami Beach JE 2-2111 • Open Doily S P.M. 2 Stage Shows Nitely 6:50 A 9:50 JEWISH-AMERICAN VAUBEV11XE ON STAGE IN PERSON ir YEMENITE TRIO • SARA AVIANI ir WILL COOPER • EDDIE SCHAFFER Plus Screen Attraction From >tir Opera Guild ... Grand Opera in Ihe Paris Manner! Delibes takme 'in Trench) Conducted by Dr. T.merMin flwrrwV., MADY MESPLE coloratura soprano Alain Vanzo-Gabriel Bacquier tenor baritone DADE COUNTY AUD. Jan. 20 & 25. 1964 MIAMI BEACH AUD. Jan. 22, 1964 (all at 8:15pr.-) To he followed by Donizetti'< I'elisiR &\moi?6 1 In Italian) featuring FERRUCCIO TAGLIAVINl world-famed tenor DADE COUNTY AUD. Fob. 17 A 22 MIAMI BEACH AUD.. Feb. r9 Get your lickcis early! Opera Guild of Gr.at.r Miami Arturo DiHIippi. Managing Dire..i r Anlhonv Stivancllo. Stage ManapiTtCKETS AVAILABLE AT: Dade County Audilo'iuoi Miami Bn %  Auditommi. PtHtpitt's downtown Sumlai.d Stationery Gilt Shop; Pemne Shops'> r 'g Center. Doublfday Book Shop. Lincoln Rci-3 Mall Opera Guild Otlice. MauL-ovi S*vn4&t\ nca-mandieI parkway AYNE Bs. VD A lot* mi PAJtKING Open 6:45 so MiAnAi—u.s. n Open / 3$, A MOTION r '^j PICTURE f I of CLASSIC | A M Awcuidt %  . \ faUctyt M \. \ fedtf Tidune ^ Open 1:45 CO*Al WAT at 1?l Open 6:45 5 -"fame Meld A



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El Si lr %  : i : r %  .. ai til ac r :r I di u ra N %  I -^"'^. assisted by Ben Yo. return they will in Coral Gables, uf M L mb.lPh, '""'"' %  T :,nf bridal satin appliqued in alcn-, ur religious service. con lace was Miss Miekelson'? 1 choice for the wedding. Fashion?d with a sweetheart neckline, long sleeves to wrist-point, the iitted bodice was joined to a sculptured bell skirt extending to a ?bapel train featuring two front panels appliqued with alencon lace. The four-tiered French illusion was held by a pillbox. Bride-matron was Mrs. AI Ader, and the bride's sisters, Joan Louise Miekelson and Mori Beth Miekelson, served as maid of honr and flower girl. Bridesmaids ncluded Horiette Adelman, Su* n Nedbor, Beryl Miller. Susan Crisel and Linda Wallace. Best man to the bridegroom •as his luother Richard Krissel ames Krisel, Charles Heller lavtin Miekelson. Jack lilumen' Id, AI Adlcr, Paul Saluk, Marin Goldstein and Joseph Kline nele oi the groom, served as ush*******.*.*. PR EG RAND OPENING SPECIAL SCISSORS SHARPENED REGULAR SCISSORS ]Qt R... PINKING SHEARS £0 C .X* fowl S&winq. C&nbuc 2010 PONCE DE LEON N '" "'"'' %  &f SH Or„„ Stomp Parents oi the newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Miekelson |0 SW 53th Ct., and Mr. and Mrs' roseph Krissel, 2385 SW 25th St. Here for the Wedding were the tadegroom's paternal grandmoth* er, Mrs. Golda Ginsberg, of Is* %  x LEVINE UNVEILING T .• Dedicaiion of a Monumem '" ,n Sl %  %  "I the \ate JACOB ond IDA LEVINE u II b h. ,1 S^ndoy, januory 5th, at 1 p. m '' '• mtt, : K-,|h Rabb\ Mi ,\ stnn „. friend, and Rd A k 'J to K Pr, ent VOW 0#'|..v SUSANNE'S MASSAGE STUDIO ]( > %  • 10 p.m. Dally and Sunday OUT CALLS PHONE FR 4-5285 327 N.E. 1st AVENUE ****>* **** 4)f Pacific Building • • *************,*.*•>*•£ &AI cj fo AI eoNwtiSJSaeS c E.MORGAN U?i". Sfjggr-a ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS NE 5-7201 .£



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riday, January 3, 1964 -Jmrlsti mbrtrifar Page 7-B WVi II.I-K.IIIT I MRS. JlffRtY WASStKMAN IWassermans Off to Europe Now honeymooning ft Europe, ( former Joann Zelnick and .iff • \ Bruce Was-erman exchanged arriage vows on Sunday, Dec. The early evening ceremony %  conducted by Kabhi Max A .( I it/ and held at the Balmoral lotel, where a reception followThe i>ridi is the daughter of lr and MrIrving Melnick, 921 W 171th Ter. Her husband's par r.ta are Mr. and Mrs. Mac Artzt. ?300 NK lL'th Ave. Attending the couple were Mrs. .irol Kehler, matron of honor, Dd Albert Gardner, best man. Now with Central Stationers, iVasserman attended the Univerity of Miami Both he and his ife graduated from Miami Norind High. Maranz, Feshman Married Here ollowlng a honeymoon trip hrou?h Florida-, Mr. and Mrs. h ii i Marani will live in Miami. :ventng ceremony on Sunday, lee. 22; eras officiated by Rabbi !red Waxman at the DiLido loll I. whin a reception follow•d the ruptials. The former Arlere Phyllis Fish ran, daughter of Mrs. Jeanne Mshman. 2800 SW 2..r, Ter.. and be late Samuel S. Flshmtt, the ride graduated from Miami Sen•i High :>ivi attended the Umver• ty of Florida. Diane Fishman eiveil i.s her maid of honor. Now attending Dade County lunior College, the bridegroom is i graduate of Edison Institute of lavana. His parents are Mr. and Mrs Saul Maianz, 1326 Pennsylvania Ave. Best man was Phillip Kreieziuir. with Michael Rubin. Ivan UosfcowitZ, Karon Mannis. Ben >tcinman, Jaime Suchlicki and Eric Naiburg, groomsmen. i: Allen Beclte MRS. HABVIY SWICKlt W'H'iitT-K.ihn r.'.RS. MORRIS MARANZ Swickle, Mudrick Married Here On Dec. 28 Sandra A Mudrick and Harvey S. Swickle were married Saturday. Dec. 28. in the Seville Hotel. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mudrick. 4321 Post Ave. She is a graduate of Miami Beach Senior High and attended Dade County Junior College. Presently enrolled in the School 1 (I Criminology and Corrections at Florida State I'niver.sity, the bridegroom is an alumnus of Miami Beach Senior High and Dade County Junior College. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Swickle, 1024 Venetian Way. Miss Weinstein To Wed Mexican Mr. and Mrs. [aider Weinstein, 7720 B< run Ave.. announce the en• •ment ol their daughter. Ruth. to Jose Cielak. son of Mr. :i::


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+Jmlsttlcridian Friday. January 3. 1964 Miss Bernard Weds Student At the Diplomat Miss Susan Bernard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Bernard 172 NK 122nd St.. became the bride NE 122nd St.. -.v .— of Edward Shmunes. of Jacksonville. Fla.. in 6:30 p.m. rites at (he Diplomat Country Club on Dec. 30. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiated. The sroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Shmunes. ot Jacksonville. For her wedding, the bride Doro,hM,o^ 5 born in Toronto. Canada. She took a business chose a white, p.* desole floj* i ursc and" enjoyed being "in business." II was definitely "the thing" length sweeping t work in the Canadian National Exhibition. Dorothy was During her lunch break, she was eating I ining lengin swacpuw no— o • demonscalloped neck and bodice ol chan kosher tilly lace embroidered with seec cKt sho ncarls Illusion veiling fell froiv ratine Dcrtume. During her uincn Drew, sne was cmiim •...... .—.-..-,. P a.,d sandwich. Leonard, her future husband, thought she pearls. Illusion veiHng fell from Jked mighty good to him and wangled an introduction. Dorothy her lace coronet headdress. i lieken sa ,ked mighty good to him and wangled an introduction, uoro.ny ^- !" ——^ .. sists t was the sandwich that looked so good. <-• ""•" '• „ .. RiM Dorothv was brought up in an atmoswhite stephanotis on a Bibk. Boiii her parents were inMatron of honor for her new sisaffairs. She recalls that' ter in law was Mrs Ruth BernMrs. Gayle Groom, Mrs. j t was ( a Friedman and Miss Lea Busphere of giving, volved in community DOROTHY most oi the time they ing room table because ways covered with prizes lor the Talmud T(.rah or other fund raising campaign. helped in collecting and distributing baskets, and with all oi her mother's projects. and also was active in Young Judea. For the first two years ol their marriage, the Rosens traveled fas! and furiously, Dcrotny wanted lo settle down an: baby. So they sellled in Baltimore and had three babies. Linda, now Mrs. Larry Heyman. has a child of her ov n, Steven. Ronald goes to Wharton, and Sandy attends Bais Yaakov. a Hebrew Academy lor couldn't use the dinstein. almost alLinda Friedman and Miss bridesmaids She Iniid but have a She determined to help the Academy achieve its Presently she's president of Hebrew They know it and T ; ie i building site i earn, a modern school plant -" cademy Women. She was vice president of the Shore I'nit ol Cancer and is also involved in Israel Bonds. Combined Jewish Appeal, .. id Hebrew University. Dorothy and Leonard are both fundraisers • ve it. Dorothy claims that every dinner they go to is a fund raisi ig affair. Brought up on it, they both find it a challenge. Leonard. ccording to his wife, and a.; Miamians are linding out, is a spec..cjlar person. Not only does he give, but he gives of himself. id gets others to give. What is so special abcu. him. according til Dorothy, is the tact :at when he does things ior others, he doesn t discuss it. He loves 1 > share what he likes with others. If he's reading a book that he •. links is tops, he immediately sends copies to his friends. The Rosen home is always open. Dorothy loves to have teas, i. re meetings and fund-raising affairs at her house, which lends • sell so beautifully lor these types of affair. In addition, their din-1 %  r table is always set for extra guests—no one ever knows who or >.•. many Leonard will bring home. Dorothy and Leonard like to travel. In Israel, after seeing all C :he wonderful work thai has been done and what is lelt to do. they I iild hardly wait to hurry home and start working. x STORK ON THE DOOR There was a cute stork hanging on the door of the Dr. Arthur ilbert home in South Miami. But he already had been inside, and ie brand new baby was presented to an amiring and charmed alliance. Even the cigars said Mark IV, but that was purely coinciental. Si>sie (Mrs. Frederick) Scher and Linda (Mrs. Richard) I rickman were romparing noles about their sons, Steven and Keneth, who had been born a y-ar ago that same day. Among guests • ere Dotty and Leon Karlan. Sylvia and Sidney Lelcourt, Mrs. Her I ert Scher, Men Ie and Bernard Loring, Barbara and Marvin Gilman 'r. and Mis. I'eritz Schcinberg, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Beber, Janet nd Marshall Pepper, Ann and Irving Greenfield Jr., Fran and BurI m Levey, of course, the proud grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Larrv • ilbert and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Myers, and Mrs. Mendel Scheinberid .Mrs. Cecil Myers, the two great grandmothers • • %  HE ELEVENTH COMMANDMENT 1 Pra,v n eTv\! "Sft ^ ***? "5? "^ LC n **•"•*•• %  "•fr homc A\c.. the blue and white sign read Thou Shalt Enjoy soy were Ronald Levin was besl man. and ushers included Ronald Friedman. Robert Levin and Ivan Diamond. The bride went Ie North Miami High, where she was a National M( ril Scholar. She graduated from the L'niversity of Florida, where sh< aa member "I Alpha Lambda Delia honorary and treasurer oi Delta Tin Epsilon The groom went to Landon High School iii Jacksonville and the I m versity of Florida, where he belonged te Fia Sigma honorarj a ml Girls. In Baltimore, Dorothj was a volun„, a cancer group specializing in children On arriving in Miami. phj |u ^ ^ heard about and saw the Hebrew Academy in operation at is w| t|u VdicalCollc^c o| Alabaina i H,ilnrmir.nn to holi 111.&c:n l,m \' .'lehieve Us and is presently in his junior year r-Kah MRS. MfRCY KUVANS Georgia Rogatz Eyes May Rites The engagement of Miss Georgia Lee Rogatz and Jeffrey David Dickson was announced here this week The bride-to-be is the daughter w > %  MRS. fDWJRD SHMUNfS at the University of Florida Mod leal School Reception followed the wedding VVi < nei K i : MRS. Mil HICMT ii the Diplomat Country Club, The i pli will be living in Games ille Hecht. Malkin Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated at the wedding of Janet Malkin and Mel lleeht on Dec. 29. The couple exchanged 130 p.m. vows at Temple Fmanii-EI. The bride is the daughter ot Mr and Mrs. Mai Malkin. 445 S Shore Dr. The groom is the son of Mr. David lleeht. 112114 El Rado, Coral Gables. Maid of honor was Madeline Malkin. Mrs. Deborah Odzer was matron of honor. Peter Pere acted as best man. The bride chose a tloor-length peau de sine gown with alenCOfl lace bodice and lace applique at the front. Her three-tiered veil Live on Beach a tiara of crvstal a nd fell from pearl The bride graduated Irom Miami Reach High School and is present ly working with \\ IOD Radio. The groom graduated from Miami High and the University of Miami. He altended Hebrew Inion College in Cincinnati. ().. and Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He teaches at Temple Beth Am and TemprV Israel. Reception honoring the couple followed at the Honey Plaza Ho tel. After a honeymoon in the Catskills. they will be at borne at 1144 Marseilles Dr.. Miami Beach Miss Wishnatzki Marries Student Elinor Wishnatzki chose a form-1 Newlywcd Mrs Klivans gradu I white silk mist with aled from the University of FlorBelgian lace front panel for her wedding to Jeffrej David Klivans. The couple were married at Doral Country Club in 7 p.m. rites ida mi Dec. 18 with a Bachelor of Ails degree, and her sorority was Delta Phi Epsilon. The groom is studying for a Master's degree in • %  1 i*. 111. 1 lies .%  • %  -, •*' %  a .udaici s utrjjrc,.in on Dec. 28. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot business at Indiana University. He 1 a: Hi-it ,..T S U! ndt rcd through the spacious flower-filled "' Mrs. Henry Rogatz. 2923 Louise Klivans Si,. onoro The S H"^/"'rsh the grounds enjoying themselves, all in St.. and the late Mr Rogatz. Her dVa WoC Bes m' """t S n The nS, OLP Z ? l J !" C daUgh,er '•" Lillian and ,he Rabbi Hance is the son ol Mr :in Mrs. Levitan ma W Larr >' ;£wra m r^ *%  -.p=: -tted htr own. There were two ed Dade Junior College and is now nannies, Mrs. Sarah Austta and Mrs Lena Kromsh ', !" wcrc lwo ed Da Junto College and is now In, Seymour Wasserman, Mrs. Mur ay L „! M M ,?''" W ""*£** ^ K ,8W f,rm %  ith their combined e.gh.'children from Ne w ?ort ""*' Mam,> %£**"' —""* "'"' NUr '" round like a lost sheep-hs Ed th in ,1 fiW W 8 U *rt*g Navy n au,on,obi,e accident' K Zi*£ ^S^SVPtSSi ^ Up,C !" *> !" ^ be mart ,n look-alike orange jackets which the M,,nu IW, ^J 00 ,^! "" %  "led May 24. ommittee for the Aloh-i (m ou ^ n \ M,dmi Host and Hostess heir convention t SfSJUSSSSP *" !" Wm during ~~*^^??r<~>ZZZ~, FOR THt HOLIDAYS HAVt A CUSTOM TABU PAD ARROW TABLE PAD CO for Pre. E.tim.t. and 8n,pl ei LJ.r^i V, P H <""* Call HARRIET NA8LT0VSKV FR 34591 124 $W 8th ST. graduate oi %  Senior High School is now serving with the l s received his Bachelor's decree from the University oUFlorida. His fraternity was Pi Lambda Phi. Reception followed at the Dora! Country Club. After a honeymoon in Jamaica, the couple will be at home at 508 East Cottage Dr.. Bloomington, Ind. 1 ELECTROLYSIS HAIK timiHATM fORlVIR LATEST ELECTRONIC METHOD _„ Endorted By Physicians SKILLFULLY REMOVED FROM fACf-ARMS-LteS-BOOr 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. SHIRLEY GRAUBART-R.N. 20 Years' Experience 310.StliST. sutrsiDE Phont 865 80IS fr Aa^'t. Free Parking Rear of Bldg *H£ GROUP -•Crai^r.t ,hc a Ueong a oTth1 grou^J ffj? ^^^ Munch last week. The groun with ho i„? .. AlgIors Ho,el ,or vho live in the Terrace SSa Kn ^H^X* 6 "* ^^ t hairman for the day. Among the Terrace Tovfli W3S a deli 8 h,f l 'nder Mason. 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Friday. January 3. 1964 +Je*lst> ncrkUan Page 9-B ISRAEL Bond; Greater Miami presided the Ambassadors lull on Saturday evening ai the Fantei&ebleau Hotel. Emissaries of foreign governments as well a.s several young ladies who made their debut were presenter! to Avraham llarman. Ambassador fi i>rael to the United States. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, i hair-mar of the Women's Divi •ion, presided over the presents ons %  : i_ iwn was a Dior Original in silver blue satin I ink velvet floral leaves were uppliqued around the neckline, .inch dipped to a km V in the back, and pannierstreamed to the floe Horn the appliques Mosl guests wore floor-length gowns Ms Kmii Morton's two piece v lite ehitlon was com pletely i overed with hand-em broiderei silver caviar beadTopping her full-length sheath was a I p-length overblouse with a deep COwled front neckline which swung open in back. Mrs S.iin Ltiby chose a black satin uith jet bogdc beads covering her gown. Her scooped neckline v as detailed with a deep band ol the DUg4e beads. Mrs. Max Weils' brocaded -ilk was the color o. the American Beano rose, anu lur utU.il Dodice had .i mOdrQed pepiiiiii Hare over 'lie bip:>. lulRS. Leonard Rosen, whose %  husband was chairman of the evening, chose a champagnecolored brocade set off with i :mch n ilk encircling the neck line nr-ci three quarters-length sleeves, An emerald green sat in nrocade was worn by Mrs. Joseph ohen. Matching colored laiappliques covered her bodied,* and they were reem broidered with sequins Mrs Paul Faske'a two-piece black peau de soie featured a white sequincd overblouse with a scroll pattern embroidered in black bugle bea..s. Oriental opulance was chosen by Mrs. Ben Essen. Her white satin gown was one she recently had made in Hong Kong, featuring a high mandarin collar and a swirled bodice olosing. Completely covered with handbeaded, satin lined bugle and caviar beads, it also had a high -lit on "lie side of the floorlength sheath. Mrs. Maurice Revitz %  ]-" chose white Her satin gown had white sequins encrusted over the fitted bodice; and the -heath skirt was framed in Goya red satin that lined the white overskiii which flared open in front Mrs Clara Bevitz wore a gold gown with gold sequins and bugle beads covering her scoopecl-neck fitted bodice. Mrs. Carl Weinkle was in a rose pink peau de soie with crystal pink.wiviar beads embroidered on her gown. Ice blue satin was worn by Mrs. David Ponve. Caviar beads and rhinestones were embroidered in a floral spray pattern, and a matching cape completed her ensemble. Mrs Benjamin Sharp's gown and coat were of iridescent white matelasse with tear drop crystals on the bodice. A gold brocaded bodice topped the black satin sheath skirt worn by Mrs. Harry Simonhoif. and her stole was of the same brocaded fabric. LJRS. Joseph Krefetz chose a %  gold silk gown with a deep panel insert at the hemline. Gold sequins covered the facing on the panel and framed the jeweled insert Mrs. Milton Lubarr's black crepe featured a short modified capelette bodice with self-covered buttons down the back Her daughter. Elayne, who was presented at a previous ball, chose a cranberry silk and mohair with an A line silhouette skirt. Black velvet with a wide band of white mink slashed low across the bodice was worn bv Mrs. F'hilip Revitz. The mink dipped to a decollete line in the back. Mrs. Benjamin Zimmerman's, beige cHIffon featured a bodice; with softly curved drapes which followed the scoop of her neckline. Black silk crepe with a bateau neckline and red roses low over one hip was the choice of Mrs. Marshall Feuer. C a> lulRS. Irving Cypen's gown and "* coat were of embossed gold' lame with ranch mink cuffs on; the coat. Both the coat and| gown had high rounded neck-' lines. White brocade was worn by Mrs. Herminc Bauer. Her three-quartered matching coat featured an interesting flared back. Miss Judith Elson's white satin gown was embroidered in a scroll motif with silver beadsj across the bodice. American! beauty red silk satin was the j fabric in Mrs. Manuel Yavelow'si gown. Asymetrieally draped over the hips, the drape con1 Untied to the back where it was! caught and then dropped to court train length. Mrs. A J. Schlossman designed her white alencon lace gown. The nightly-fitted gown was reem broidered with star-shaped sequins, and had a black silksatin flounce which began ar the knee and ended at wide fullness al the tloor Benita Machtey, Attorney Married in Dec. 29 Vows EXPERIENCED Camp Director WANTED for SUMMER DAY CAMP In North Dde Area Synagogue 'I Mrs. Hornsfein Wl 7-7528 ART LESSONS A LASTING GIFT • I" i -ing and Fainting • Rapid Projrfss Assured Beginatrs and Advanced Junior and Adult Groups ART UNLIMITED SCHOOL 8246 N.L 2nd AVE. Ph. 754851 1 B< ; ..a Axel Machte) and Joseph Leonard Schwartz, will live in South Miami when they return from their honeymoon in Nassau 'the couple exchanged wedding tows on Dec. 29 at the Algiers Hotel The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Machtey. 4435 S\V 13th St., Miami. The groom's parents are Mr and Mrs Edward Schwartz. 1829 NK 186th St., No Miami Beach. Students Plan Wedding in June Dr. and Mrs. J. Armande Porias, I2."> Luenga Ave., announce the betrothal ol their daughter, Ina. to Robert M. Kaplan, of Vancouver, British Columbia. Can. The future bride received her Bachelor's degree in music from the Universit) ol Miami in 1961 and recently completed her Master's degree at Michigan state l diversity, where she was an arti-tpupil ol the tamed duo-piano icon ol Luboshutz and Nemenoff. she has appeared throughout Florida and Dade County In recitals and opera-, and is a member of Siga Alpha Iota and Pi Kappa Lambda, national musical honorei leSon of Mi. and Mrs. Albert Kaplan, the prospective bridegroom received his Bachelor's degree irom the University of British Columbia, his Masters from Harvard University, and Is presently, an instructor at Michigan State I nivertitj while working for a PhD. A June wedding is planned. Separate County for Beach "Should Miami Beach Become a Separate County?" will be discussed by Rep. C. Carey Matthews, chairman of Dade's House delegation, and Mayor of Miami Beach Melvin J. Richard with Chaim Rose, moderator, on Friday. 8 pin in the Washington Federal. 1234 Washington Ave. din: Maid ol honor was Michael Ann Rabbi S, M. Machtei, uncle of Russell Harold Klapper acted as the bride, officiated at the wedbest man. The bride chose a white peau :'c soie gown and carried a bouquet of white orchid roses and stephanotis, She went to Miami Senior High School and graduated from the University of Florida. Her sorority was Alpha Epsilon Phi. and she is a teacher at South Miami Elementary School. Her husband went to the University of Florida, where he belonged to Pi Lambda Pi Fraternity. He is a graduate of Har\ard Law School. MRS. SIDNEY SCHRtlDtll Schreidell, Cohen Exchange Vows Beth Di'vid was the setting for a double ring ceremony on Thanksgiving Day uniting the former Myra Cohen and Sidney Frank Schreidell, son of Mrs. Bernard Schreidell. of 1239 S\V 23rd St. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cohen, of 141 NE 174th St., No. Miami Beach. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro and Cantor Wm. Lipson officiated at the ceremony followed by a dinner in honor of the young couple al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kellner, ol 2315 SW 5th Ave. Out-of-town relatives and friends were Mrs Lou Ginsberg. Miss Dora Kellner and Mrs. S. Schklov en, of Baltimore, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Krawitz. of Washington, D.C.; and Michael Rubier, of Gainesville. NORMAN S. RACHLIN HARVEY MILLER announce the formation of a partnership NORMAN S. RACHLIN & COMPANY Certified Public Accountants 100 Miracle Mile Coral Gables, Florida January 1, 1964 HI 4-7669 HI 4-7660 FRIENDLY, GENTLE CAKE FOR THOSE YOU LOVE LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • '{PAIRING Serving Dad* County Ow 25 Y*


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Tage 10-B Imh0> noridliar Friday, January 3, 1964 MRS. JOSEPH PEIKEN Diplomat Wedding For Feaken, Tcsfeb The former Leslie Tabb, attend' • I by her sisters Stephanie Tabb I tid' Madeleine Tabb, became the i ride of Joseph Mark I'eiken on Saturday, Dee. 2S. Officiating ,!>bi at the 7 o'clock ceremony '. as Dr. Irving Lehrman. Held at the Diplomat Country !nb. a reception followed the ipiials. When they return from honeymoon in Jamaica, the • HI pie will live ai 1790 NE 117th ] cl., San Souci. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol abb, 12805 Biscayne Bay Dr.. the ride planto teach mathematics illfcwing her graduation from the diversity ol Miami in January, Her husband is an accountant nl attended the University of liami. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Peiken. 2060 NE 194th Ter. Alan Peiken, his brother, •rved as best man, and the bride's rother, Peter Tabb, and Fred liller were groomsmen. Wei n.T-Knh MRS. LOWS HATES Hayes, Kradman En Beach Rites The Algiers Hotel was the setI ig for the wedding ceremonj 'jPtiMT Hi Ihfi fQTjnjBr Rochelle ir.da Kradman and Louis David ...yes on Saturday, Dec. 21, with hbbi Isaac Ever officiating at iie late evening nuptials. Attended by the bridegroom's ister, the bride wore a full-length jwn and train "I white peau de ,„ie ornamented with appliqueof .ice and beating. A pill box with .te and beading on the crown It ild the puffy veil. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Kradman, 780 73rd St., Mrs i yes in a graduate ol Miami Beach High. Presently recreation director ai Surfside Recreation Dept., the bridegroom is attending Dade Junior College. A Miami High graduate, he has served in the U.S. Marine Corps. He is the son ol Mrs. Rose Hayes, 1710 Meridian Ave. Serving as best man was the bride's brother. Stanley Kradman, and ushers included George Lustig, Donald Klein. Steve Katz. Bar rj Levlnson, Richie Berger and Jay Katzen When they return from a honeymoon at the Concord Hotel, Moil ticello, N.Y.. the newlyweds will live at 193G Normandy Dr. MRS. LAWRENCE ROSENBLATT Rosenblatts WiS! \ Live in Gables i: rbara Saner and Lawrence i.blatt were married WerlnesDei 25. by Itablii Saimnl parents of the newlyweds are Mr and Mrs. Maurice A. Sagcr. SW 14th Ter., and Mr. and Mrs David E. Rosenblatt, 2281 0 ral Way. The couple both attended the University ol Florida, where she was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority, and he was a membo ol Alpha Epsilon PI Social Fraternity. Alter a honevmoor. trip to Nassau, tli" couple will live in Coral Gables Rabbi Brooks to Speak Rabbi Hershel H.UOKS will lecture on the "History of Jewish Law" in the Adult education program oi Temple Zamora on Monlay at 8 p in. Continental m Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED At Your Him" Hall or Synagogue Miami's Only "Shomer Shabbos" Restaurant — Quality Par Etcellence 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 226-1744 Werner-Kuhn MRS. STUART LIEBLEIN Rice, Peal Will Live in New York Lynn Peal became the bride of Julian Rice in 7 o'clock rites at the Pontainbleau Hotel on Dec. 7. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Peal. 5240 No. Bay R.I. The groom's parentare Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rice. Walwaukee, Wise. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. of Temple Ner Tamid, officiated at the wedding ceremony. The bride attended Beach High and the University of Miami. The groom went to the University of Wisconsin and City College of New York. Sit-down dinner followed the wedding at the Pontainbleau. The couple will live at 18 w 70th st New York City Karen MifHeman Chooses Brocade Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro officiated at the marriage of Linda Karen Mittleman and Stuart Irwin Lleblein held in the late evening of Sunday, Dec. 22. at the Balmoral Hotel, where a reception followed the ceremony. For the nuptials, the bride chose a white silk brocaded suit with sequinned blouse and carried white roses and orchids. Her only attendant was Sheila Heller. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Mittleman. 9240 SW 59th St., Mrs. Lleblein is a graduate of Coral • Gables High and has a degree in education from the University of Miami. A pre-med student at the University of Miami, the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lieblein. 12705 Biseayne Bay Dr. Serving as his best man was Stanley Lieblein. Following a honeymoon in Miami Beach, the young couple will! live at 8940 SW 68th St., Kendall MICHEL'S Kosher Restaurant CATERING EOR ALL OCCASIONS BAR MITIVAHS OVH SPECIALTY 940-71st STREET UN 6-6043 NORMANDY ISLE KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT 1451 COLLINS AVE. Phone JE 2-1671 KREPLACH • KISHKE • V\ATZO BAILS • KNISHFS • MEAT • FISH • STEAKS • CHOPS • CHICKEN CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS Excellent Cuisine Superb Service Modern Decor Beth El Will Honor Zalis Joe Zalis, president of Beth El Congregation, this week announced that Hyman Chabner will be honored at kiddush following I Saturday morning services. Chabner is a past president of I Btth El and currentlv serves as Presl eni of the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association. Chabner will be honored for "his dedicated service to Beth El as past president and treasurer." Original H0FFMANS CAFETERIA SERVING THE FINEST IN FOOD • ACCOMMODATIONS FOR ORGANIZATIONS, GROUPS, PARTIES, ETC. OPEN ALL YEAR 1450 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. STAR Dairy, Veg.Fish Restaurant (21st CONSECUTIVE YEAR,,„„„ s — %  • % %  la .„„„* taR Untler *•"!• Management) r' NAT THE c|.l.i:sr \ M SERVING LUNCH AND DINNER IONALLY KNOWN ROUMANIAN CHi... 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iay. January 3, 1964 fJknltii fhoridiain Page 11-2 i # %  -*%  .T" ( Training School Dinner Miami Beach Home and Tr;n ni'4 School for Retarded jfewis Children. M3 Dnexel Avc. -i bold its annual dinner dance Hie Alfiers Hold en Sunday, Ja lit. in oknrge ol ajrraagatncn are Mrs. Ella Wallma.-. and Mr Etora Blafctenki, Chairman Mrs. Harry Brick. %  it xly Marriages—Are They a Good Idea?" is the subject of a discussion initiated by a lei ol 1een-agers at one oi eight different :ussion groups conducted by the YMHA of ater Miami at its tenth annual teen-age clave in the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Discussion leader was Jeannette Schwartz (center), director of Family Life Education for the "Y." Teen panelists in the picture are (left to right) Dick Rudolph. Gail Schweitzer. Gail Steinlink and Gary DePalo. is Feel Jewish Community Life a Secure Future in America Ldsh community life has a sefuturc in America, in the of delegates al a work|devoted to this subject at tht rer; Max Click. Yail Shulman.j sergeants al arms. Members of the board are Mr. and Mrs Max Abramovitz, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Aronson, Mrs. | Joseph Braff, Mrs. Max Click, '.oiiis Itovner. Louis Stillman.; Irs. Yail Shulman. Mrs. Minnie' iteiglitz, Mrs. Rose Cortes. Refreshments will be servo.l. On the relative values of traditional or more liberalized forms of Judaism's contribution to the survival ol Jew ish life, the opinions took the position that all .lews have basically the same be liel's despile the apparent differences in ritual; that, although the trend among younger families today appears to be in the direction of more liberalized practice, there is a danger of eliminating too many traditional observances. In the last analysis, it is the amount of conviction that one brings to one's religious beiicts that counts more than the specific form it takes. • When it comes to maintaining one's Jewish identification in a largely non-Jewish culture, the teen-agers felt that this presents no problems to them; they ex pressed a feeling of being quite comfortable in showing their Jew ish belonging while maintaining warm and triendly relations with non-Jewish students at school; however, despite the ease of iden1 tification, it was admitted that' observing all of the traditional customs is not nearly as well maintained. • In discussing the role thati they could play as Jewish teen-i agers in the preservation of Juda-i ism. they pointed out that belonging to YMHA clubs provided one. ol their best outlets; some of the delegates said that the clubs gave' them the opportunity to keep their Jewish tics, to do worthwhile com-' munity service for Jewish causes' and to demonstrate their pride in their affiliation. Some 300 teen-agers attended J the annual event, which also dis-i cussed such topics as "Where is I the American Negro Revolution' Heading?." '"What is the Meaning of President Kennedy's Assass ination ," "Why Do Teens Drop 1 Out of School and What Can be 1 Pone" and "Where Do TeenGel Their Moral Standards?" Dr. Werner A. Baum. vice pres ident of the University <>i Miami, was keynote speaker in an ad j rc-s on "Teens Probe the Major Questions of the Day." CJA Unit Will Tour Aged Home A tour of the new Ablm Memionai Pavilion of the Jewish Home i"i the Aged will be a special atI traction ol the CJA Communal Sendees Division cocktail party taking place Wednesday at the Jewish Home for the Aged, it was ar.nourced by Edward C< hen. d.visioa chairman. Cehen. who serves as. administrative dir.--i.tor of Temple Israel.' is again chairing the drive of the Mivision. composed of professional -talf members ol the leading reli-' gious schools and voluntary an.; social work agencies in the com1 munity. "Last year Communal Services, Division went 20 percent above its : goal in our campaign for CJA,"' Cohen said. "This year, F know we will all get behind our new campaign chairman. Dr. Irving Lchrman. and show him that the' division shares with him his in~ tense dedication to the welfare of [Temple Beth Shiran Farband Slates Confab Report (haim Wiezmann Draneh I-'arband will hold its regul monthly meeting on Tuesday, p.m., at the Washington Feeler Auditorium on Normandy Isle. Delegates to the Farband natio ;.l convention, Moe Levin ar. Aaron Katz. will give a report i ( convention activities. Hosts for the evening are M and Mrs. Harry Sacks in hor ol bis birthday. Meeting is open to the public BUr owi Jewish community anl ol men. women and children in Israel and throughout the world." I The cocktail party, one of th -1 lirtt events to be held in the 1364 CJA campaign, will be hosted by the Jewish Home for the Aged, one of Federation's important local beneficiary agencies. The tour of the new Ablin I'uw lion will take place at 4:15 p.m.' to be followed by a cocktail party at 5 p.m. in the Day Cure Room Of the Home. Gala New Ycar'= Eve dance Temple Beth Shiran ori Tuesci. featured music by Chuck Schra and his band. Chairmen WC Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sherman at Mr. and Mrs. Marvin IJ. Gub< man. Pinski Principal To Be Speaker Davil Pinski Folk School will hold its Friday evening Oneg Shahbat at 8:30 p.m. at the Farhand Center, 832 Washington Ave. Principal of the school, Louis Iasavin. will speak on "Biblical Personalities." and Jacob Fishman will present a musical pro-, gram. 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Page 12-B 9-JmlstncrkHar Frukry. January 3, -u ToOO ATTEND AMBASSADOR'S BAIL Greater Miami Goes Over the Top Witt $2 Million in Israel Bond Purchases Hen I u n .. ..Illl!l'\' II ill I'fintlf (ft Avraham our country will contir. : to thanks m freedom an;l in truth with Israel's Ambassador Iliirtnan expressed warm £ the Jewish community of Great u oar partners. er Miami for its "id to Israel growth through the Israel Bond program. Israel's ranking envoy in ine United states briefly addressed some l.ooo community leaders who attended the Ambassador's Ball under the auspices oi the Israel Bond Organization on Saturday night at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Ambassador Avraham Harmcn (center), patron of the Ambassador's Ball held Saturday night at the Fontainebleau Hotel under the auspices of the Gieater Miami Israel Bond Organization, is seen in the receiving line as emissaries of 30 nations are presented. With him (from left) are Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Popick, Hon. Zeev Dover, Consul General of Israel for the Southeast region of the United States, Leonard Rosen, chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization, and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Revitz. Others in the receiving line (but not shown) were Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Revitz was grand marshall of the ball, and Mrs. Meyers was grand hostess. Jewish Convalescent Home Makes Big Strides Under Active Leadership Here Under the leadership of Sid Siegel, executive director, the Jewish Convalescent Home of South Florida in Miami Beach has mare significant forward in the recent past. on Florida's east coast, features a "home care" program which provides nurses to out-patients at their homes. "Before a nurse is stridesI provided, however."' says Siegel, the matter must be cleared The Home, also known as Bikurj through the Jewish Family and Cholini at 310 Collins Ave.. has; Children's Service, or other auniore than doubled its capacity thorized agencies." The non-profsince its was founded by the late lit, community-supported Home Hyman Roth and his widow six employs all advanced therapy in years ago. It will again double its. the field of geriatrics, capacity within the next year with A physician is on call at the udditon of a 75-bed facility. The ultra-modern, six-story addition will bring the Home's capacity to 130 beds. The old section cf the Hame will be remodeled and refurbished. Already, two adjacent buildings have b?en leveled to make room for the addition. When ii i [o mded the Home, v ith just oxer a score of beds avail prime goal was to provide a nui -m, home tor indigent persons ; D erage income. "These are the same goalto this day," gays Siegel, .vho has headed the norm I ir the past year, We will continue ti eater to those individuals ol the average income level on a non-sectarian basis." The Home, which is the first kosher nursing home established We're reserving the t m in your name in Tel Aviv is on call at ai times," says Siegel. "Ambulant residents visit the local Y.MHA and participate in recreational and cultural programs. Residents also attend local synagogues and are provided movies, television and visits at the Home." The new additon will have a synagogue and candelabra room. 'We have to refuse admissions due to lack of facilities," says Siegel, "but we will accept new residents once the new addition is completed." Other features of the new ad-1 dition are ultra-modern rehabilitation facilities and facilities for! occupational, corrective and recreational therapy; a resident doctor and ample staff of nurses all equipped with the latest instruments; a roof pavilion to seat over 150 persons: all new sturdy furniture and schemed lighting; a new Ambassador Harman expressed his country's gratitude immediately after Leonard Rosen, chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization, announced that the 1963 Israel Bond drive had smashed all previous sales records in attaining an unprecedented total exceeding $2,000,000. This figure again planMiami in the forefront of all cities in the world in Israel Bond sales on a per capital basis lor the third [ consecutive year. Ambassador Harman said. 'Wc shall be eternally grateful I" you in this community who have helped to make possible the rc.-ui gence of our people in the ancient land of Israel. 1 want t<> Dover, Consul General of lsrst express deepest appreciation for :", the Southeastern ragtOBI of tin your record year in 1%:> and mj United States. Sidney D. Ai.-r conviction that in the years ahead and Judge Irving Cypea. Earlier, 21 young ladies v. presented to the Amba-sidor m debutante ceremony. Mrs. Anr Brenner Meyers, chief hostess in ball, presented the young la ies Grand marshal 4 the >vas Maurice Revitz. In a gesture of friendship to 1 United States and [artel, em -..no Ol M nations greeted Ai bassador Harman in a ceremoi presided over by Car: Weink chairman of the Diplomatic Pri dilations Committee. .lack S, Popick, chair.%  n of • %  Hoard ol Governors of the Israj Bond Organization, In welcomn remarks, emphasized that "1. evening i a tribute t > the §i i( and women who have served w I sweat so that we may retf) n joy. It is as well a tribute a the people of Israel and the pU they have won for thenMelve mong the nations of the world other participants In the gram included Rabb Mayer Abramowitz, Rabbi Leor. Kroru>fc Dr. Irving Lehrman, the HOT., Claude Pepper, the tJao. Zet* a 1 dj r rUttp Bit c Ivl atJPi&tiuM (htf,A$o&y t Greater lion. SWNIY S/fGft Miami Jewish FederaMrs. Joseph Reiser, president of the Home, works closely with Siegel, who was formerly assistant director of the 1,000-bed Brooklyn Hebrew Home and Hospital for the Aged. He also served as administrative director of several Veterans Administration hospitals and headed several station and general hospitals while in the U.S. Army Medical Corps in World War II. "1 have been offered other postAlso five thousand years of Holy Land history. Plus all the pleasures of Tel Aviv, one of the world's most exciting cities. Not to mention tr.e fine restaurants, swimming pool, superb service, and smart shops of the elegant air-conditioned SheratonTel Aviv Hotel overlooking the Mediterranean. For Insured Reservations, just see your favorite Travel Agent, •r call this Sheraton number: 377-0275 SHERATON TU AVIV HOTEL Tl Aviv, Ir rf l ZZLS*?"""* "on's-with bigger ho !" Tbui S and records room. ed them down because I feel close The Home is registered with the tc the people here at Bikur ChoiGreater Miami Jewish Federation. It has been accredited by American Hospital Association,. ; The American Nursing Home AssoBeach nation and the Florida Nursing' Home Association. Among its leaders are Miami Beach Council1 men Robert L. Turchin and Hyman Galbut, who head the annual dinner committee. The dinner ; has been postponed from Feb. 1 to Mr. 14 at the Fontainebleau to prevent conflict with the current fund-raising campaign by the im," says Siegel, a 43-year-old nathe live of Jersey City, N.J. He lives with his wife, Fay, and their sons, Stuart 20, and Dennis 16. N.-..I', oi oWtn 3-do,, 2-nljM .,t-oc<, „;•,.( %  -• %  .". Log*. Ut p,, p,„ : ., „ f00m/ inc |„J^ % %  '00-. 7 pounntl -~c i • c,i o' fits; ,; %  lling, b,t and 0oo i Wu ,, „ .„ ,. ^ flv ,„;„, %  ond <,.",. I. ,-. ,,. .,, ,.„, „,.,„,,. ca)l9l K...I ,. .. .,. I Q „ h M fl ,, c „ MM ralm Ugi _^ .Mii'*M.woirf Ooc-.o,^. IK., --• ol CoMWre* kndinj, M| # Hand.. 3 Day,2 Night Adventure Package 38 %  I i'i per person, doubt* occupancy in a gorgaous twin-1 room with all •n*alt Singing Instruction Cantor H. 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January 3, 1964 vJewlsli FlrridHicin Page 13-B Essay-Art Contest Features Theme On Jewish Heroes \ S010MON UCHTtK icipal Wins [tor's Degree S. Llchter, principal ol |>'isher Junior High School. t< .. ed a Doctor of Bduca n the New York Umver r receh ed his Bach Education and Master ol (•.. cum laude, from the %  tj i .' Miami. I teacher at Nautilus High, where he won the pag teacher's award, Dr. became principal of Ada Junior High, and in 1961, at Ida \l Fisher JunSchool Ichter lives with his famhl-o No. Shore Dr. York Rabbis [ing Miami lew York .spiritual leaders |iami thiweek to discuss >munity leaders the newchapel being erected at International Airport, Idlewild. tiapcl is one of three dc|ona': chapels that will a symbol of American rereedom in the busiest airie world. Harold Gordon, executive Ittdent of the New York Rabbis, was accompan(bj Kabbi Arthur Schneier, loader of Congregation [Kphraim and a member %  eeutive board of the New rd of Rabbis. post has been Dr. Irving spiritual leader of Tern iu El. and the only Greatrabbi who is a member pw York Board, according si tors, Annual Essay-Art Contest in the Jewish schools wiJI.be co-sponsored by the Bureau'f Jewish Education and the Jewish War Veterans i>I the U.S.A,, i i}epartmet ,: Cftritt. acooniinavlo an announcement Of Joseph Cohen. president of the Bureau, and Emanuel Mandel, Florida deputy commander of the Jewish War Veterans. The Essay-Art subject this yearwill be 'American Jewish Heroes", from the time of the revolution test is limited to boys and girls of age 12 and Over in the Jewish until today. Art subjects will conArt entries must be original, in schools of Greater Miami and Hot Sist of original posters, drawings drawing .sketch .painting or craftlywood. Deadline for the cofiand sculpture, relating to Ameri. T _,. ... „ „ can Jewish heroes or incidents of work in I* 0 *"** !" The contest has been set for reb. 9. their live.-. • : %  Variety Club Will Install Officers On Sunday Congressman Claude Pepper will 1H principal speaker at the animal installation banquet of the Variety Club on Sunday. 7 p.m.. at Miami Springs Villas. Tracy Hare will be inducted as chiel barker ol Tent No. 33. the local organization which sponsors nd supports Variety Children's Hospital. Fred K Shochet, publisher of rhe Jewish Ploridian, will also be installed as an officer E pccial fi ature of the program Sun ay will be disclosure ol the recipients of Variety's "Croat Guy." "Croat Gal" and "Good Samaritan" Awards. Those trophies are presented each year to outstanding local leaders for their service to Variety Children's Ilospital. •** JMfcjR rW" Ilie'Willrtf WcHTd**" % % %  Reyna Youngerman, Charles Jacobson, A. Melvin Morris, artists; Harry Simonhoff, attorney •nd historian; Leo Mindlin, editor of The Jewish Floridian; Emaruel Manr'el and Ainslie Ferdie, of the Jewish War Veterans; and Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Prizes for the Essay-Art Con test will consist of a S50 U.S. Bond for first prize and $2."> U.S. Bond for the second prize. Books on Jewish life will be available as third, fourth and fifth prizes. Rules of the contest call for a composition on such American Jewish heroes as Asstr Levy, Ilaym Salomon. Rebecca Cratz. Judah Touro. Uriah P. Levy. Morde .11 M. Noah, Judah P. Ben jamin, Emma Lazarus. Nathan Strauss, Lillian Wald. Louis Brandeis, Louis Marshall, Stephen S. Wise, Henrietta Szold, Sidney llillman, Mickey Marcus and Herbert Lehman of 250 and no more than 500 words Students Will Read from Torah Ten students will read portion* from the Torah Scroll at the Sab bath morning prayer services in Beth Torah Congregation. 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"age 14-B fJenisti FkridUfon J^jar nor their son at the Kiddush following the ceremony. I and al>o a' a reception and dinner at the Seville Hotel. Cynthia Toppell Bas Mitzvah ol Cynthia Laurie, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Jack Toppell. will be celebrated at Fri daj evening services of Beth DavTHE McCUNE COMPANY CONSULTANTS — APPRAISERS MIAMI Established 1914 FRanklin 3-7796 Fossett's Prescription Pharmacy HUNTINGTCN MEDICAL BUILDING 168 S.E. FIRST STREET Rhone FR 4-7691 MIAMI, FLORIDA One of the Largest and Most Complete Prescription Pharmacies in the World W. E. FOSSETT, Founder KE*d a BIMSH PLASTER I O. LIME • COLORED PLASTER Phone 635-4195 260 N.W. 27th Street Miami, Fla. i.; Congregation, Jan. 3. with Rab bl Norman N. Shapiro officiating. A seventh grade student sit Everglades School for Girls, Cyc t; la i.in ihe Honors Classes. Her i.iitsi.e interests include music, dancing, swimming, ice skating and horseback riding. Following services, Mr. aril Mrs. Toppell will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbnt. David Hecht On Saturday morning. Jan. -I. Rabbi Mortiecai I'odet will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of David Lionel, son of .Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hecht. 117 Palermo Ave. David is an eighth grade student at I'once Junior High, where lie is including drama in his studies. A student of the piano, he was top student out of some 5.000 in music tests at McGill University in .Montreal. Can. Active in Boy Smut Troop 6J. the celebrant collects coins and Stamps. H.;i Saturday morning, Jan. i Ral hi May* r Al itz will ol ficiate. An eight ade student al ".i si Miami Jui h, the ecleitar and i :•!! spoi ts, partii i • nming. Fi llov in ;: Kiddush .. Adele Weiss, be came liar Mitzvah al Israelite Center. with Rabbi Shmaryahu T Swirsky officiating Robert, a graduate of the (Vn t.r's Religious School, iin the eighth grade at Ponce de Leon Junior High, where he playin I he band. Kiddush following the ceremony ,hosted bj tinBar Mitz \ ah's motht r in hihonor Mrs I ei .. Weiss, Brooklyn, \ V the celebrant's grandmother, was here lor tinoccasion. Eugene lisak Bar Mitzvah of Eugene Izsak will hi' celebrated Satur %  > morning, Jan. -I, at services in the Is Friday, Januar y 3. 1964 raelite Center, with Rabbi S. T. Swirsky ofticiating. The Bar Mitzvah is the son OB Mr and Mrs. Emanuel Izsak. of ,s Hoover Rd.. lndianapoli and maidson ot Mr. and Mis inIzSlk and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph i ziment. all of Miami. Ilis paivMs will be hosts at the iiieu Shabbal on Friday and at Kiddush on Saturday in Eugene's honor. Arnold Oginsky Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will officiate at Temple Ner Tamid when Arnold Oginsky becomes Bar Mitz\:.h on Saturday morning. Jan. t \ronld is the son of Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Fledel. 95 NE 127th .., \o. Miami. He is a stu-ent in the Temple Nor Tamid Religious School and attends North : junior High. 1 BAAL KORAH WANTED Conservative Congregation Call HI 5-1529 ) STRICTLY KOSHER ALL DAIRY COFFEE SHOP Closed on Shobbos FOR LEASE ONE YEAR WITH OPTION TO BUY. 1461 DREXEl AVE. ph. 538 9225 LISTEN IN TODAY.. l_ f c y HEAR JACOB HACTER PLAY YOUR FAVORITE YIDDISH MUSIC MOM .. FRI. 11 A.M. 12 men AND SUN. 3:45 4:15 P.M. BROADCAST LIVE FROM THE BLACKSTONE HOTEL, MIAM BEACH, ON WEDR-FM 99-1 ON YOUR FM RADIO DIAL



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iday, January 3. 1964 knHti ftfradKain Paqe 15-2 FUTERNICK ::• % %  • .ilin\ .• I'll llll Il | %  kiwi, \ Y. \ rwo J* < „**s *rr*T ISAM", v;. i,f died I'.. .1 M. > print :i;.> II, i" .-nrvi\ .-I 1. ami Monl* F.itcrnlek ..' Atom I: two cluuttlitar*. Mra. Edith %  ; hn "i Baal II I. I., ninl Mi tnna M ich i.l Chli ago, Ill : two i pothi -. V .'HI, I Jtl : g nl A brail mi Rothherg r>l Irn Ij n; ;i dialer, l % %  •• ., s 11 n. r of Iliiiokl: n; gland, hildi. n and '< 11.in. 'i ii .-. • > were hi M i •• 26 ..t i iortlon run. ill li.ui%  I '.' %  : s,-i Emcth, Al%  I lee. i in. memorial plaque dedication of Murray lomon Post and Auxiliary are (left to right) lya Levine. president of the Auxiliary; slee R. Ferdie, Department of Florida senvice commander; Rabbi Hershel Brooks, of iple Zamora, Jennie Golub, historian; lanuel Mandel, commander. Department of Florida; Rabbi Morris Skop. Temple Beth Shirah; Dalsey Haberman, past national president, Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary; Michael Schechter, Murray Solomon Post commander; and Lena Cohen, past president, Murray Solomon Auxiliary. HELLMAN. \. u e Brow nnd Alb m>. N. v.. died Vice* in T, in ... lit-lh I .any. LITTENBERC. tl > tin I. I2? Pi in ... I ,; 28. .. ; \ i. .•... .\. .. y,, t (v Riwrnl ROSSEN. Ml !' .. 74, of SOU KVi ; "ili ••!.. HI. i 11. %  •:. Ulvi SUCHMAN, s ,n. %  si ... S\V loth Ti i riii .1 I • •.. 27. Riveraldi WEILL. I %  • %  Nai lian .1 KX, ,.• j | '•• Una Ave died Dee, side WEISS. i:. ... ;, ''(.•ii i... \ lllaHbi iGP.EENBERG, l)n ,ll, 7.:, • Hd Av. X Milan. GREENGRASS. William, W -1 Av, Si > i. • i N .1. N. u ii, in, RlNGEL. Sam. 80, of 321 Cullln* Av, Rh eraldt 1 SHAVINSKY. Abraham, 77, of I!:' s\V nth Si Hallanuali. fin i el Ij • %  f Miami, Klveralde, TOLL. Samuel, S3, ,.r lino Venetian Way. s. i \ Ices In i "hli ago. II versill.'. WEISS, Cecil, 30, ,.f IR40I Cidlinn Avi J( Itlvei \V i--t Ave., >i 18ns Eu-_ i,l i(i %  .\. '•[> n man, irray Solomon Memorial Plaque Dedicated Here 7. nf Ii: IRiverside. :.. .,f IOIU Louis Hi Sllll.-iit, land s\v i..i died pmorial plaque was dedicated le Murray Solomon Memorial ling Corp. to deceased memot the Murray Solomon Post %  and Ladies' Auxiliary of the Bi-h War Veterans of the U.S.A. %  pient ceremonies at the Min %  ires, according to Post Com %  JIT Michael Schechter. of Temple Zamora Tribute to .Murray Solomon was presented by Rabbi Morris Skop, of Beth Shirah Congregation. Rabbi Skop described the late Murray Solomon's heroism in Ihe Battle of the Bulge during Worlrl War II. in which he Invocation and bene.iiction were given by Rabbi Hershel Brooks, femp Pinewood ftnuai Reunion JJnp Pinewood, located neai frsonville, N.C., celebrated |nth annual reunion recently Ilel House on the University iami campus. sr 400 campers, parents, and gathere.1 to enjoy refresh, table decorations in camp blue and white, and a tape ling of camp songs. 1963 camper received a Jated plaque with his name ilu'd on it and activities in he excelled. Awards were red by moving pictures and taken during the past camp The Slave' Reviewed Herbert Rose will review was injured and became a para plcgic. "His bravery and services afterwards in encouraging patients at Ihe \'A Hospital, fellow students at the University of Miami, and as commander of the post now named in his memory were legion," said Rabbi Skop. Past National President of the JWVA Mrs. Ben. Haberman paid tribute to Murray Solomon and to Mrs Herbert Rose will review his |ate motner Tcssie Solomon, •The Slave' on Wednesday, 8 ho had served as p.m.. at a meeting of Jewish War dcnt of thc JWVA Veterans Women's Auxiliary. Mistate prcsi ami Beach Post, to be held at 1234 Washington Ave. Proceeds are earmarked for Tel Hashoma Hospital in Israel. and and anne i\ loth kctors, Miamians Dr. Donald D. Michaelson lnl Mrs. Eli L. Meltzer fce • inauguration of a for 1964. Pincwood's In addition to the usual eek season, a limited numtwo lour-wcek sessions will h Liable. pillment at Camp Pinewood uted to 100 girls and 100 Ifrom 5 to 17 years of age \re offered a program under personal supervision. Miami Hadassah Faces New Year Miami Chapter of Hadassah Marts the year 1964 highlighting Jj~ its events with an Israeli fashion >hnw on Tuesday, Jan, 14. 11:30 a.m. The luncheon function will le at Deauville Hotel Department Commander Emmanuel Mandel offered greetings as a representative of all Jewish War Veterans in Florida. Mrs. Jennie Golub read the list of the honored deceased, and was assisted by Mrs. Lena Cohen and Mrs. Tfcnxa Levine. Chairman for the presentation was Past Post Commander and Department Senior Vice Commander Ainslee R. FerAlberr Einstein Grocp, Mrs. C. Roth, president, will meet Monday. .Ian. 6. 12:30 p.m.. at Wash ington Federal Sa\ ings and Loan Auditorium, 167th St., No. Miami Reach. Proeram will be a panel discussion. "You Were There." On Thursday, Jan. 9. there will bo a c;'H party and luncheon at noon at the home of Mrs. Phillip Fire. IL'56 NE 183rd St.. No. Miami Beach. hope wdma es my owers NORM \\ Ter .Ii. .1 _\ \. nra -i Chaj Group. Mrs \|. Simmons, president, will meet Monday, Jan. 1.;. R::O p.m., at Beth Torah Concrcgation, Guest speaker will be A. Rod. editor-in-chief, Hanson, JACOBS Publishing Company. His subject v. ill be "Music—Its Effects on CVIdren." A Penny Cup Social will follow. Torah Grovp, Mis. s Langer, president, will meet .Monday, Jan. [ %  :. at Pythian Hall. 4601 W. Flagler St.. at noon. Rabbi Samuel April, of Temple Or Olom. will review "the Conversion of Chaplain Cohen." Mrs. Rosen, 72 Passes Away Mis Fannie Rosen, 72, mother of Leonard Rosen, president of Miami's Gulf American Land Corp., died Dec. 29 in Baltimore. Wile of the late Abraham Rosen, and mother of the late Edith Ku.Mii Strauss, Mrs. Rosen is survived by another son, Julius Ros en. ol Baltimore, vice president of Gulf American; daughter, Mrs. s.olonion Sandier, of Miami; nephew. Paul Venze; nine grandchil-j drcn, and one i;neat grandchild. Services wore held in Baltimore. '. fgnlfted, beautiful and Jverently cared for |urroundi7igt for our sparred loved ones ara source of very real toalL suciub.vi JIIS ciwuyiv lK////MxP r J'/s//A '."IV M0 1-7693 Rabbi Shapiro Slated Twice Rabbi Nornan \ Shapiro, tual leader of Beth David ition, w ill be fi atured i i lei isl oi i Ji ish ship Hour this Sun : y, 10:30 Ch 10 WLBW Sul %  taking a Be tal bi iro ..HI also be bei rd lha same morning on WGBS Radio al 9 I I on "The Essen ials ol Beinj Jewish." spinCon on a Won a in Normcn D. Jacobs itraniloJillili. !7 ill Inti I >\v Hi ". 1>. l.II \. \^ > I II J and w.iII. ..iiHRvr ..i the Rnhi i ti I II.:!-. nil l>f 111.fuumlc v ..: Ti mpli Mi • h .-h rah Survivors hli wife Ann: .-..II Rabbi l MM. I .1 JneobH ..i Uulnes, Ma* a dauchti i M in i i i Ituroi of Miami: brother : :,i n 11 ,l i:u'..i.s of l...n. letii h, \ V BIHIIT .Mrs. I T..ina>li.'ff of i: II.. II.. i IM.I S V :i TI .1 T 'i. s. i'\ i.-.'s *v ere I %  i i l-'uin : :il I lome w I til Mi. Nebo **. in. i hlcaffo. REMES. Mi-. |...i,.iln SSth Ave. c;. ..ii.ii BIRN, Kin; niii.i \\ .; Ave., ol.il l>.-.-. 24. HOBERMAN. i;Ui,.|. 7 -isi St., mother of man, vice mayor ..f l'•. :'i (Jonlon. JACOBSrEiN, Amu. Benjamin, 7".. of loos M. i Idian Av. ... died I'. i il. Services in Luulsviile, Ky. ItlVlTKllle. BARISH. .Mis. :;..-.-. ill. ,,f i;,.' \, ll'Tlli Si. .-•!•, !.,> M, I'hiludeluliut. Clvel'slilf. BOO.Mfe. Jack. J.1, i.l ol S, \i anil Ave. liortlon. WIGDOR. \ni:.11... mi,, .Mi. -hi-•HI AM ... in .\, i ;, Kn t-i -,.lt GREEN. I...I,. i-| K ..-.. ,>i ,,.|,„,„• !. • r %  I i %  i i... w %  I.,.'. iH-lHeH, ill, .. ii.. \\ I). ... I iill,. ii ,,| ,;.,.i \ • iiel Ian Wa> New miin. KLEIN, .ilii.i.iu.i, |v. .,f ;.;7 KW lmh SI died I" %  :.. Itlveritlile. NEUS1 tIN. ,\| u ,;, ..I i...., 1 IIII-Uvnnla Av, .. died i • %  • .'.. lci\. i -i.l.. SCHWARTZ. Max, ..f Centr.illa, 111., I %  %  ilv. nI • %  j.;. AM .I,^ BIIIV.Vun I* a M-I r, Mra. Ko* Uower ol rural l.ahle I! terxidi SANDS. .1. • n 17, of I ill Sim -i UKi i -i I. WALLACE. Mi Ktta, SI, ..| 1078 XAV I' MII .'uv .if ibilll. .si. :i.l T..\ Sill,('. 1 ill. .il. numbered 3K7I6 anil :is7l7 i.--n il the :'inl day >f Juno, A.I>. I38, hn* filed .-.innin my tfflce, atid haa made aitfillcatlon for > tax %  i%  l to be issu.-ii ih. it.-n Saiil <• 11iiii-.ii. embrace ill.' followinR .1. ni..-l properly, in Hi.%  %  %  11111> ..f l>.-i.l.. State ..i Kloridi I...i :: Blix'h %  "• Kread'p Addn No. '_'. Plal Hook •, 111 Re is.'. Section IS TownKhip S7 South, Itaom is I .i-' in the rlt> of II. in. -i, id, i'ounty of I • % %  ni.. -: i ol Florida, :is embraced In Ccrtlflcali No SS71S. The ii.-.-. ssiiu MI ..i -.nil |.i..]..-ii> under ili<-iii.i ,' %  • .i. .t \\.iin i Inname .-i unknow n. I...I t lil...-k "• I'.-, i.ilA.I.I" No. 1 "li11 Dook i. Paxe IS3, Hection 13 Township •'.: South, RanRe 3 Baal in Ihe I'liv .*( II..in.-I. .nl. i'..i:n'\ nf Hade, s... .• of Kloi la, .iembraci .1 in i". riIfb ii^ No IS71, rhi n-s.--iiii.nl of -..i.; I i. nidi i ihe .-iiiil ci rtlficate isaued was in i lie mime of unknow n. Inlr-.-in. I rtlfli atei ahitll be i ih in. I av I ii.. I lie propcrts ih -' i lled hi 1 1 in a ill lie old i" i he bin hi -i 1.1.id r ai Ihi i 'uuci Hone, door <>n the firm Montla y ii i he month "f Pi br • \ I • l64, u hi 3i rl ii.. v "i i-. In II ir> \.l' %  "• i I lated tlii — :: %  .( : leci mber, %  r. i: \ rHKUM \ v. % %  • h of 'Ircull %  'oui I. [>aib i .. .in ). IlM Ida II) : It M i.i'Kn:':, IH.pulj Oiel k i :: l" 17-31 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX Dl. F.O Chapter £0722 Acts of :941 FILE NO. AA-21243 il i:v .;I\I:\ -h v •• ^• l*Vl,rmri M l.li-n I'l-rll He No '. hi -' %  • dii) iT Miy, A.11 I l, ha n my office, and ba# i pplli %  l',.n t. r ii lax deed to b< %  i thi ri .ii Mill ("i i,,l|,,'i Ina Ii bed pi nperl y in II • i .-•: f Klii Ida, %  u |*l of i: %  I '• %  %  \ Tr '.7 l -\ in i it Hi I •.. R\ II. l nil Land i % %  Sub ri.n l:... 2 Piigi 17, Section I : TIM % %  %  ii R III Kas i in : %  Ti ,.r Mia oil .prl laa, I I iad< Mate of I'L.ii I., The .— m nl of -., %  pi Ulldei i... ..ni %  i i ... i. u ,i in I i name ..i: l\i i mil <;. Tlndi II. i 'nli --.nil •• i ii'i.-.H. -ii. i i ih-, in. i| ,i. i .un : to jaw, he i' •-it> de* i lied hen n ill hi ihe high, -i i.i.i.i i .ii Ui. i '..m-i II, ,iii i ii. i n -t Mondaj in I he mom ..i l'. i.rn %  r>. |Afi I. w ni. ii in th. .: da) .it I* 'iruar). l:*-;I, l >ated thin Hal nay of I lecemln IS i: it, i.i:.\i'in:i:.viA.\. rierk ..f 'ir i > i-itc'ounty. I taeal) U) : II M l.Kl-'.l 'I :i:. I ii pul > Clerk 1 I-10-17-'.' NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 FILE NO. AA-21250 Ni.Tli'i: IS HRRKHY GIVEN Nathaniel \\ Slcgel, holder ..f • %  f Miami I Sale Cartlflcal in red !'•' %  :• % %  '. i 17 and 867, notified and i quired lu in. %  nl an) ilmi and di %  .1\\ in, h > • ai nui) lt.i\ • .iu;i -I the • -inol i Ai K u i I:K.ii k II l Ai'i IB W II. 1.1 V.M I'l ll-' I Ii .!-• .1 l.,te ..I I Li. I. "mml %. l-"!..iI.I.I. to the i"... ni> i ..ni' and ..i>i*o\iu I In %  %  on I'h 'i in ..I, S, Tu) lor** Kubdh la i .:. !< :'i Pane 6.1 In the ''I County "f l)ade, State i, a* embraced In '• i tiii.-.i No. 185. The II-s-Mi.-m ..i prnpei iindi-r Ihe anid cerl i--il. I v. i .. Ill Of I' know i I Ait 17 IU< %  %  i-ibdlvlaii Plat llook .1 PIIBI •" '" the City Miuini, County ..f Pade, Stati I'l.. i i.l.i. us embraced In Certified So. I''.'.' The :..--• *-ni.-lit nf -.. prop, : i\ undi i tin nald ci I llficn Isaued w.is in the nai i 1 kll.iU II. Lot is Bio 'h 5, K ..k.-.n's Addltl. Am. in!. .1. i'l.i [took B P '-• s the fits of Miami, Ooum s of U id stiii. ..f I'l..' Ida, iiembraced rei-titicate No i 17. The naai % in. ni ..i raid prurparty under tl -:.i,I ci '.in. nii--ni-.l •' % %  • HI t Ii.un. .•' Rid i:-l .s I MM olhy All. li. I.I.I.I s, j, |tt,>.-k 135, Mi.mil Ni rl A. I.. Knowlton'a lint, Plal Book Pa--, n in the C't) of Miami, I'.HH t\ of I'.i'U. State "i Mortdn, a on braced In Certificate No, -'iT. Tl .1--. --in. ni % %  ( aald propel I) linil ihiaald certificate is.-u.-d waa Hi,name of I'nknoM n. In'.-s.ii.l .-• i .ili.-nti -I. II !>•• is deemi .1 in ordli i to lii. the proper I 'li'.-.'i'il..'.! hi r. in will be Hold to tl lilKhe1 i-i.I. IT al Ihe Court Houf I....!..II the fiist Monday in tl month of Kchruary, A I' 19H, whir is tin Ji-d da) 'f I". l.ruiiiv. All l!"i I'ati-.l thia llat daj of Decembi • r.i'M. K. B. I.EA rin:i:.\i-\\. I'l.rk i of tlrcull Court, i 'ii.iiCounty, !•!.. %  latal) By: II M. i.i:i:i'i:i:. I .. ptity Clerk I 1-10-17-'.' NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 FILE NO. AA-21256 NOTICE IS HEREBY C1VEN thu R, Mi > %  r holdei "i 'It) of Miami l.i. sale Certificate No. ..IT i-.-u.-.l the 'it da; ol J in.-. > i • I ha filed aam .ii II. \ office, ii id li..~ made applica ii. .ii fur ii lax deed ." be iaaued then on. Said Ci nil i •"< %  mbrai •" %  il" i"i ,,,v. Ins di %  I i roperty In th nt) %  '.•• • %  Stu te of l'"li.i Ida, to Lot : i Bio k .' Subdivision of tli l lale Mil i 'I'I.I. i Addition Nuinbi i ni. i i ii llook : Bane %  '• '" ib i 'It) .1 \l .1 III, '.mil vv >l 1 '."isi.i i. ..t I...i Ida. 'I'll. .,.-..--in. n' ..1 -.nil propert) under the "aid eel UI Ii ate wan in th nai I i nknown. i ni. -. aald • .-I un. .ii. -iiiiii be n to lo. Ihe oroii ,rt) .1 hei. In ill be aold t ihliigheat I'lil.l i HI the Onurt 11 'till. ...i ..n the lii-i Monday In Ihe num. ,,t Kebru • %  : hii li ithe 3i • i.it IKI. i .... i thl* •. t da) of %  ::MAN. Ch • 'iiiiiit.i. I ID it M i.!'.i'.i'i:u, I ., imi \ t'lerk 1 '.-I"-17-. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND TOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61440-A ,.\ RE Estate of Pllll.i 11' A. WANI' IK -..-..I NOTICE TO CREDTORS All vll I',..-. nI I i la \i-.uii%  .1 %  hli III A I 1 ll I To Ins > ou •• In > % %  'i notlfii .1 and ri yulred 'i' %  %  • ni wr ola n* and di ... j hat % %  ag 'iniii. • ..i ni rill l Ml' A WANll .i' Hade County, Florid i.. ili. i iunls I.I ... ..i i lane ( .'imt' and fll. %  cate and a Fli i id the Couii \ i • 11EK M i.i 11 % 



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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 3, 1964

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

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

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University of Florida
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L
"dewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 37 Number 1
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 3, 1964
Two Sections Price 20*
EXPECT TO BRING MISTREATMENT BEFORE UNITED NATIONS
Israel Shocked by Prisoner Cruelty
CHIEF RABBI NISSIM
his bailiwick
JERUSALEM (JTA) Prem-
ier Levi Eshkol declared this
week that Israel would seek max-
imum world attention to the
"cruelties" suffered by Israelis
held in Syrian prisons and that no
effort would be spared to obtain
the release of Israelis still held.
He chargeJ Syria with "barbar-
ism" in the treatment of Israeli
prisoners.
Israel twice approached the In-
ternational Red Cross in Geneva
on the issue. The agency was
Chief Rabbi Nissim Says
Pope -- If Paul Comes to
ITALIANS HAVE EXCLUSIVE
Tons of Television Gear
Readied for Pontiff's Tour
TEL AVIV (JTA) An Ital- raeli cadets will salute the Pon-
kan naval transport unloaded at tiff as buglars herald his arrival
Hail this week tons of special at Hegiddo.
television equipment to be used
for coverage of Pope Paul's visit
U> Israel on Sunday.
RAI, the Italian Television Net-
work, which has been given the
exclusive coverage rights by the
Vatican, will relay television
bioadcasts to all European sta-
tions and the United States via
'i t lstar.
Seme 700 reporters and cam-
eramen are expected in Israel
far the Pope's one-day visit
which will include six hours of
mctor travel and five hours of
visits, including a mass at the
Church of the Annunciation in
Nazareth and lunch at the Mount
of Beautitude Monastery.
The official Israeli reception
will have President Shazar, Prem
ier Eshkol. Deputy Premier Ebba
President Shazar will greet the
Pope in Hebrew and hand him a
special medallion inscribe.1 "Ter-
ra Sancta." At the border cross-
ing, a collective list of the Pope's
entourage will be endorsed with
an Israeli entry stamp.
The Pope and his Cardinals will
remain in cars driven by clergy-
men while correspondents and
other persons in the convoy will
transfer to Israeli busses and pro-
ceed to tour Nazareth, Lake Tiber-
ias and various churches en route
to Mount Zion in new Jerusalem.
A similar but much briefer cere-
mony will be held in new Jeru-
salem before the Pope crosses the
Mandelbaum gate on his return to
Jordan-held old Jerusalem.
Israeli has spent more than
S300.000 in preparation for the
EbanTnd nT Gold. MeaTS v.sit, including placement of tele-
- Foreign Minister, welcom- phone, telegraph, telex and broad-
irs the Pontiff. A platoon of Is- casting stations along the route.
lirst asked to make an objective
medical investigation of the phy-
sical and mental state of the 11
Israelis who were returned to Is-
rael on Dec. 21 in exchange for 18
Syrian prisoners. Moshe Bartur,'
Israel's permanent representative
it the European office of the Unit-
ed Nations, said such examina-
tions were needed immediately
because the Israelis had been sub-
jected to inhuman treatment.
In the second request, Israel
asked the Bed Cross to inter-
Hell Greet
Jerusalem
JERUSALEM (JTA) Chief
Iiabbi Yitzhak Nissim will not par-
ticipate in the welcoming ceremon-
ies in Israel in connection with
the visit to be made here by Pope
Paul VI on Jan. 5. it was ir.dicat
ed here by the Chief Rabbi's of-
fice.
The office said the Chief Rabbi
v. ill not go to Meglddo. where the
Pontiff is scheduled to enter Is-
rael from Jordan, and will not
take part in the ceremonies sched-
uled here, when the Pope is to
return to Jordan via the Mandel-
baum Gate.
While the Chief Rabbi's office
declined further comment, it was
indicated that Rabbi Nissim felt
that his participation in the cere-
monies could be only on the basis
of reciprocity. This was taken to
mean that Chief Rabbi Nissim
would greet the Pope only if the
latter would include in his itiner-
ary a visit to the Chief Rabbinate
of Israel.
(In Rome. Pope Paul said, in his
annual Christmas message, that
the purpose of his forthcoming pil-
grimage to the Holy Land is "solely
religious." He stated he will greet
not only Christians but also "those
outside the lold of Christ, and our
good intentions will embrace all
the peoples of the earth, far and
near.")
vene with the greatest urgency
on behalf of some 10 Israelis
still held in Syrian jails. The
Red Cross first request, that it could not
arcec'; unless both parties
agreed to recognize the Red
Cross as a "neutral and objec-
tive body." Since it was gen-
erally reccgnized that it was
highly unlikely that Syria would
accept a probe which would ex-
pose to international public opin-
ion its treatment of prisoners,
no such impartial investigation
appeared possible.
The list of the 10 still imprison-
ed Israelis was handed by the Is-
rael Government to Gen. Odd Bull,
chief of staff of the UN Truce
Supervision Organization, with a
request to seek their return. The
iist was compiled during question-
ing of the 11 returned Israelis.
Prime Minister Eshkol met with
Walworth Barbour, the United
States Ambassador, and informed
him of the details of the abuse
of the Israeli prisoners The
Premier indicated Israel might
submit the issue to the United
Nations.
During the meeting, which was
held at Ambassador Harbour's re-
quest, it was understood that the
! U.S. envoy explained the Amen-
' can position in the recent United
Nations refuge debate, which was
fillowed by sharp, adverse reac-
tion in the Israel press. The Am-
bassador reportedly assured the
Premier that the stand taken at
the United Nations by the U.S.A.
in no way signifies any change In
the basic American approach to
the matter. A wide range <>i top-
ics pertaining to U.S.-Israel rela-
tions was reviewed dining the
meeting.
In his denunciation of Syria,
made to the Parliament, the
Premier said that joy over the
leturr. of the 11 Israelies was
mixed "with deep sorrow and
shock." He said that eight of
the returnees were "broken in
body and spirit after years of
cruel man-handling ar.d inde-
Continued on Page 9-A
Shsrett Points to Big Lag
Between UJA Collections
And Increased Immigration
PRESIDENT KEEPS FLEXIBILITY
Johnson to Continue Kennedy
Policies on Assistance to UAR
\
I
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
White House, in its first public
expression on Near East policy
bince Lvrdon B. Johnson became
President, indicated this week
that there will be continuity ol
President Kennedy's last express-
ed views on the continuation of
American aid to the United Arab
Republic.
Mver Feldman, White House
Deputy Special Counsel, wrote to
aniel Neal Heller, national com-
ander of the Jewish War Vet-
erans, recalling the Kennedy state
meats m connection with the new
amendment adopted by Congress
on the severance of aid to the
UAR.
Heller had written President
Kennedy on Nov. 15, urging that
the amendment be implemented.
Feldman informed Heller that
"I have brought the letter to the
attention of President Johnson."
The amendment called on the
President to either sever aid to
nations-like the UARwhich
Continued on Page 3-A
MOSHE SHAMTT
curtailed programs
NEW YORK (JTA' Moshe
Sharett, chairman of the Jewish
Agency executive, said here this
week that, while the rate of im-
migration to Israel had tripled in
the last four years, the share of
the United Jewish Appeal in fi-
nancing immigration to Israel has
remained stationary' "with a ten-
dency to a -light decrease. '
Speaking at a press conference
at the office of the American Sec-
tion of the Jewish Agency here, he
said that the growing lag. added
to the shortages of previous years,
"has resulte.; in a most acutely
tragic backlog of vital require-
ments unmet, expectations unful-
filled, the process of absorption
retarded, chances of better educa-
tion and higher productivity un-
utilized, and the burden of indebt-
edness of the Jewish Agency stead-
ily increasing."
The former Prime Minister
and Foreign Minister came to
the United States three weeks
ago primarily at the invitation
of the UJA to take part, on be-
half of the Agency executive, in
the annual UJA conference. He
also addressed local meetings in
New York, Boston and Detroit.
Mr. Sharrett also reported at
the press conference on his parti-
cipation in consultations among
American Zionist leaders on the
future of the American Zionist
Council. He said it was his un-
derstanding that "the component
parts of the Zionist movement in
this country are firmly resolved to
reactivate the Council as the cen-
tral Zionist body, uniting them all
Continued on rage 6-A
RAISED S6,360,000
Farband Marks
50th Jubilee
In New York
NEW YORK (JTA) The
50th Jubilee Celebration of the
Farband Labor Zionist Order was
marked this week with a conven-
tion report that the organization
raised $6,360,000 during the current
fiscal year for Israel funds and
educational institutions maintain-
ed by Farband in this country and
Canada.
The information was disclosed
by General Secretary Louis Segal
ii a report to the 2.000 delegates
at the convention here. He said
S2,2SO,000 was raised for the Unit-
ed Jewish Appeal S750.000 for the
National Committee for Labor Is-
rael, the Histadiut campaign:
S30O.0OO for the Jewish National
Fund, and $2,500,000 in Israel Bond
-ales.
He reported that $400,000 was
raised for the Farband day
schools, Jewish Teachers Semi-
nary and People's University
and for various other cultural
and educational programs, and
$160,000 for the Farband Jubilee
Furd. Since the start of the Is-
rael Bond campaigns in 1951, he
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Friday. January 3, 196^|
Meeting to plan the 16th annual scholarsh:p dinner of the
Hebrew Academy brings together (left to right) Maurice Revitz.
associate chairman, B. L Binder, co-chairmen. Jacob Cohen,
honoree, Leonard Rosen, co-chairman, and Joseph Cohen, co-
chairman. (For complete details, see Pago 8-A.)
UN Urges Right' of Arabs
To Return to Israel New
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.
, jXA)The United Nations Gen-
eral Assembly adopted at a plen-
ary session here this week a res-
olution which among other points,
calls upon the Palestine Concilia-
tion Commission "to continue its
efforts for the implementation"
of a paragraph in a 1948 Assem-
bly resolution interpreted as giv-
ing the Arab refugee the "right"
to return to Israel.
The resolution was adopted by
a vote of 82 to 1, with 14 absten-
tions, the only negative vote hav-
ing been cast by Israel. The draft
adopted by the Assembly was iden-
tical with one passed by the
body's Special Political Commit-
tee on November 20. Then, as be-
fore, Israel rejected the resolu-
tion, introduced by the United
States, as -'unacceptable."
Ambassador Michael S. Co-
may, Israel's permanent repre
Robyn Tubin Chapter
Robyn Tubin Chapter, City of
Hope, will meet Thursday even-
ing, Jan. 9, at the First Federal
Building, 125th St. and NE 9th
Ave. Agenda will include a dis-
cussion of the chapter's Tag Days
set for Jan. 23 and 24 in No.
Miami Beach, as well as a "Leu-
kemia Luncheon" on Jan. 29.
ser.tative here, denounced the
resolution in a speech delivered
before the balloting, pinpoint- i
ing his Government's rejection
Of the draft specifically to the
clause which ties PCC action to i
the disputed Paragraph Eleven
of the 1948 resolution. That
paragraph, said Mr. Comay,
"torn from its setting, has un-
dergone an irrational transfor-
mation in the Arab mind. It has
become a mystic symbol of the
contention that Israel does not
belong to the Israelisand it
mutt be wiped off the map of
the Middle East."
Pointing out that that very 1948
craft also had called upon the
Arab states to negotiate a fu'l
and final settlement of all dis-
putes with Israel, Mr. Comay de-,
clared: "It is a sorry fact that the!
MONTHLY
PEST CONTROL
I SERVICE ,
rats n**/3Kh
roaches
Arabs hail Paragraph Eleven as
I a denial of the sovereignty of a
I United Nations member state and
i as a license for belligerency."
Israel's Parliament conclude
debate this week on the Arab ref-
ugee issue by adopting a resolu-
tion which endorsed the statement
by Mrs. Oolda Meir, Israel's For-
eign Minister, that Israel would
rot conduct negotiations on the
refugees on the basis of a portion
of a United Nations resolution!
proposing repatriation or compen-
sation of the refugees by Israel.
Mcnachem Bcigin, leader of the
Herut Party, accused the Govern-
ment in the debate of violating a
Knesset 1961 resolution which af-
firmed that the only solution of
the refugee problem was resettle-
ment in Arab countries. He said
the "switch" from a call for di-
rect Israel-Arab talks on a peace
settlement to one for talks on the
refugee separately was "a grave
one." He asserted that under
that proposal, Israel "obviously"
would not go to the negotiating
table with nothing to offer.
Ishar Harari, of the Liberal I
Party, said that to talk only about I
the refugees was "just what the
Arabs want" but Israel's strongest
card, he stressed, wasno refugee
talks as long as the Arab States
were unprepared to live at peace;
with Israel. He added that the;
Israel Government should urge
the United States to put an end to
the United Nations Relief and
Works Agency for the refugees
and that its contributions should
go direct to the best countries, |
thus shifting responsibility for the
refugees from the United Nations
to the Arab countries.
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Panel Discussion At Beth Am
Temple Beth Am held its regular Norman Nash, Dr. and Mrs.
, .1 lr.i. V^toriiiL* Mr TUIfi Mi's
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.r
T>
Jewish National Fund Me Ami Golden Book is displayed at
the recent Me Ami banquet in the Fontainebleau Hotel. Left
to right are Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman of Foundation for
JNF; Zeev Dover, Israel Consul for the Southeast Region; and
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, president, JNF Southeast Region.
LBJ to Continue
Kennedy Policy
In Middle East
Continued from Page 1-A
practice or prepare for aggres-
sion, or certify to Congress that
he hs found such nations de-
serving of continued aid.
Feldman recalled that President
Kennedy pointed out that this
.amendment would "seriously re-
strict our flexibility in dealing with
the UAR." Mr. Kennedy had
"stressed that the President bears
particular responsibilities in the
field oi foreign policy and that, in
carrying out these responsibilities,
i.ecoun'. must be taken of the fact
that the world is constantly chang-
ing-
"Legislative! restraints could de-
ny tin- !resident the flexibility es-j
sential for coning with such
char?' ami impair the effective-
ness c! (niiet diplomatic efforts to
iihrn-rc' developments in a con-
strucfivt manner."
Friday evenirg service last week.
followed by a panel discus
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RAY U. BINDER________......Correspondent
Volume 37 Number 1
Friday. January 3, 1964
18 Teveth 5724
Affront to Civilization
The eleven prisoners who have returned
horn Syria suggest to us that the Arabs have
Tost little of their classical cunning for the prac-
tice of brutality upon the human body. The
history of the Crusades records just how adept
ijiey were in this "art."
But presumably, we live in an enlightened
iwentieth century, and at a time capable of
rebelling against inhumanity. For the Hitler
epoch was a summation of all the cruelty men
could direct against one another and the
.otality of assurance that such cruelties would
;\ot be practiced anew.
'" Whether it is that many former Nazis now
ve as "experts" in their sullen craft as guests
Of the Arab nations or that the European ex-
perience has meant nothing to the Middle East,
the eleven returned prisoners tell a ghoulish
?ale.
We are unhappily inclined to believe that
the world will do nothing about this Syrian
c.trocity. But if an organization like the United
Nations shirks its duty, then it will be more
nan simply Jews whose cruel fate has been
ignored. It will be the combined sensibilities
of civilized men everywhere whose dignity is
outraged.
An Automatic Discussion
The Myer Feldman assurance that Lyndon
B. Johnson will continue the Kennedy policy
with respect to UAR President Nasser was ex-
pected. Nevertheless, it is an unhappy assur-
ance.
At this very moment, Nasser is in the midst nmwin^has not" been able to keep up1" with
of inviting the leaders of the Arab nations to the tripiing o{ immigration to Israel during the
. i ,rrt to Part II I am frank to confess, with
lZET\ am saddened that an editorial in The
some aegree of anxiety. i '" cutting response. Under
Jewish Floridian shou d ehe* uch a shaj^cutt^g .^.^
K2 Z^:^AoC:Z these campaigns full tilt, with
C01mS\ different I suppose III.^fJS^S^Z
cumbed to the conditioning^rfuMerstzndW among Catholics
large, which ooksto new horizons tf such
S^tff^ffS^JV^SmS certainly tend
ttSJf^ lC Nevertheless I admit to havmg been
SSTESri&TVSS&, Practiced and the blood let in the
nineteen-hundred years, we
ht be set right. The b
ime of this wrong might finally be stayed.
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LONG HAND OF JUSTICE
18 Years After the End of World War II.
We Must Not Fail
The statement by former Prime Minister
Moshe Sharett that United Jewish Appeal
THE SOUKCt Of THE DlffKUlTY
IHAT HAPPENED at the conclusion of the second session of the
-' Ecumenical Council is too well-known for either of us to review
here Bu? having been raised in their hopes, Jews everywhere could
hardly hep expressing a keen sense of disappointment that nothing
** pertaining to this issue was even remotely fulfilled. I think you should
well be able to understand the roots ot such a reaction even If you
mav be unsvmpathetic to them.
" In anv'case. in the aftermath of Ecumenical^ analysis we were
told that the Ecumenical is really none of our business, that it in
fact relates to the Catholic Church and to Catholics only as an
instrument for strengthening the Church. If. during the course of
their deliberations, the participating prelates chose to discuss the
Jews, this too was an internal consideration without bearing upon
the Jews, themselves.
It is probably here that the difficulty arose. Having been told
that we were the subject of an important paragraph in an equally
important Council study, some of us apparently jumped to an erron-
eous conclusion and began to feel ourselves partners in a vastly-
significant Catholic reevaluation. Don't judge the junipers too harsh-
ly. Statements made by the late Pope John and Augustin Cardinal
Bea seemed to offer sufficient cause for the optimism. Besides, if
you're going to talk about people, it is unrealistic to expect to lock
them out of the discussion.
I am a willing advocate for American Jews to give back their
share in the Ecumenical Council a share which it now in tact
appears they never really owned. For my part, though I went along
with the happy tide, I was not entirely convinced of the possibilities
involved. As I suggested at the outset, the realities of historic ex-
perience raised my suspicions.
t* *" '-
a conference in Cairo. Purpose of the confer-
ence: to stop Israel from tapping the Jordan
River for Israel's irrigation project in the Negev.
If this isn't blatant aggressive intent, what
can it possibly be? Nevertheless, President
Johnson is content to recall the late President
Kennedy's belief that an amendment curbing
foreign aid to aggressors "would seriously re-
strict our flexibility in dealing with the UAR."
We are, it seems, once again losing all
intelligent restraint and purpose in the Middle
East. With President Johnson's previous record
of friendly understanding for Israel, his deter-
mination to continue the Kennedy policy seems
10 be an automatic decision rather than a care-
ful evaluation, the consequences of which can
orove to be as disastrous to our own govern-
ment as to Israel.
Hebrew Academy Dinner
A record-breaking attendance is expected
at the annual dinner for the Hebrew Academy
on Sunday evening. Members of the commun-
ity interested in the welfare of the all-day
school will turn out to hear an address by
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Herman Wouk.
In so doing, they will also help the Scholar-
ship Fund of the Academy, which makes up
the large deficit incurred by the significant
number of students who attend the school
either on full or partial scholarships.
To be honored at the annual dinner are
a number of philanthropic-minded Greater Mi-
amians who have given generous assistance to
the Academy throughout the years, and partic-
ularly since the school's new plant was open-
ed at 2400 Pine Tree Dr.
But all who attend Sunday will be satisfied
that they have done their bit to support this
institution.
The Hebrew Academy is the repeated re-
cipient of national attention for its bi-lingual
curriculum, featuring Jewish orientation within
the framework of an American studies pro-
gram. Those interested in the destiny of the
school may well be proud of its academic
achievements to date.
past four years should galvanize us all for the
task ahead.
The task ahead is the 1964 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal in Greater Miami. The lion's share
of our annual CJA goes to UJA support of the
immigration lifeline.
Too many Jews are fleeing lands of polit-
ical, religious and economic oppression today
for us to fail their need. As Miami's Combined
Jewish Appeal gets set to roll up its sleeves,
let us make sure that each of us can be counted
upon to contribute.
When Mr. Sharett tells us that the shortage
in funds is resulting "in a most acutely tragic
backlog of vital requirements unmet, expecta-
tions unfulfilled, the process of absorption re-
tarded, chances of better education and higher
productivity unutilized," he is telling us that
we have fallen down in our responsibility to
Israel.
We can resume the proper fulfillment of
that responsibility through a proper support
of our own Combined Jewish Appeal.
RECALLING A SIMILAR OBStKVATION
IT IS ONE things, Sir. to give you back complete possession of your
Council and to ask us to dismiss ourselves as importers, or even
worse, usurpers. But it is quite another thing now to make a second
demand: that we must even be denied the privilege of reacting either
to the deliberations themselves, or to the critics of our reaction. I
think this is going a bit far; it brings us too close to the era of your
spiritual absolutism, which is the nightmare of our past.
There are a lot of things you say in your article in The Voice.
As you see it. they refute the statements made in an editorial in these
columns. But above and beyond the specifics of them all, stands this
observation: "Incidentally, this article in The Jewish Floridian is
not helping the cause of ridding the earth of anti-Semitism ."
I am here reminded of an editorial in the Jesuit magazine,
"America," of September 1. 1962. in which Jews and Jewish organ-
izations were castigated for their general support of litigation seek-
ing to remove religious practices from the public school system: ."We
wonder whether what is gained through the courts by such
victories is worth the breakdown of community relations which will
inevitably follow them. What will have been accomplished if our
Jewish friends win all the legal immunities they seek, but thereby
point themselves into a corner of social and cultural alienation .
When court victories produce only a harvest of fear and distrust, will
it all have been worthwhile?"
STAKT Of AN EXCEUENT NtW YtAR
I DO NOT believe, Sir, that your query is any less provocative. Even
"Commonweal," you will recall, the esteemed lay Catholic jour-
nal of opinion, refused to tolerate this kind of outrageous editorial-
izing. In any case. I have already permitted myself the exercise of
more criticism than I intended, at least at this time.
Let me here say that I followed with fascination the reasoning
behind your statement that "no doctrine sponsored by the Church
these 19 centuries can be held responsible for discrimination against
the Jews." It reminds me of my own days with St. Thomas Aquinas
in the most prolific depths of his "Summa Theologica." It therefore
goes without saying that, somewhat knowledgeable in the Aristotelian-
Aquinian methods of philosophy myself. I can as easily refute your
paradoxes and with the weight of history as a beneficial ally.
But what will be gained? Are we, you and I, to call one another
unkind things across printing presses poised full tilt, while a be-
wildered public and two sectarian communities choose up sides for
the resumption of battle? Or does the spirit of Ecumenism, if I
may borrow the term from you for one moment, really mean some-
Collection of Judaica
A unique exhibit of Jewish ceremonial ob-
jects and Jewish folk art is now on view at Tem-
ple Israel of Greater Miami. The collection of
Judaica is being shown at the Temple Museum
through the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
B. Horwitz, of Cleveland, O.
The collection is regarded as one of the
most comprehensive anywhere. Items on view
run the gamut from alms and spice boxes to
Torah breastplates and crowns; Torah finials
and pointers to Pidyon Haben and circum-
cision plates; mezuzahs and tefillin cases to
candlesticks, menorahs, Chanuka lamps and
ethrog containers. EaZ-mS decJe"tly-mt'vated men can. in fact, sit down in amity
The rich exhibit spans the work of five &wwSfflwSS / d-not' as you suggest' expeCt yOUuto
centuries. A mezuzah container in the shape *&g!ttllS^U^ "" ""* yU ****** ***
of a jar reminiscent of the jars in which the But men of good-will should be able to reason together to map
Dead Sea Scrolls were found is an example out, let us say, a positive orosrm JLl ,f k: -mint
of 16th century Italian craftsmanship. rather than AJSgl broodTpo^tiTZ^I^lTZX
The_ artistry of these museum pieces are entering the lists in a blaze of righteous intention where I can
hallmarks of the European Jewish religious ?r in kind the challenge you pose in The Voice, I thought first
experience, which tell us much about our past. I0 *uggst tms alternative before resorting to the javelin It would
The Temple Israel exhibit is a worthy addition for the start of a most excellent New Year,
to our community's cultural horizons.
Sincerely yours .


I

Friday. January 3, 1964
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Greater Miami Will Be Represented
John f. Kennedy Memorial forest
Greater Miami will be repre-
sented in the newly-established 1
KCnnedy Forest.
The forest will be situated in
the Freedom Forest established
early last year outside of Jeru-
salem. The 10,000-tree forest is a
project of the Jewish National
Fund.
The> John Fitxgerald Kennedy
Peace Forest was announced
last week by the Jewish Nation-
al Fund of America as an ex-
pression of the feelings of shock,
profound sorrow and bereave-
ment of American Jewry over
ft
the assassination of their youth-
ful leader.
In a telegram addressed to JNF
presidents and councils in every
community in. the United States,
including the Greater Miami
Council, the president of the Jew-
ish National Fund, Max Bressler,
outlined the purposes of the new
memorial forest by explaining
that:
"The Jewish National Fund,
sharing with all American people
and the free world its bottom-
less grief over the dastardly mur-
der of President Kennedy, is re-
solved to perpetuate his memory
ft
by linking his name with the land
of Israel."
Bressler said that "As a mem-
orial, we envisage the John
Fltlgerald Kennedy Peace- For- -
est to be in the heart of the
American Israel Freedom For-
est on the ancient site of Beitar,
where 2,000 years ago Bar
Kochba fought his last battles
against the legions of Rome for
Israel's freedom."
The planting of the John F.
Kennedy Peace Forest his receiv-
ed the approval of Israel Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol and the full
support of the Government and
the people of Israel."
ZOA Plans Winter Cruise
Abraham Grunhut, tourism
cjia^ngan ;for the Greater Miami
Districts of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, has announced
that the local ZOA Districts will
again sponsor its annual Carib-
bean Cruise.
This year ZOA members, rela-
tives and friends, will depart Jan.
18 on the beautiful Zim liner SS
Jerusalem, for a seven-day tripj
to St. Thomas, Virgin Islands and1
San Juan, Puerto Rico.
According to Grunhut, the cruise
will only lake participants away |
from business for five days, at :.
the ship will be used as a hot.'I
during the entire trip.
Special entertainment and activ-
ities have been planned as well
as receptions in both St. Thome s
and San Juan by the local Jewibi
community leaders.
Rales start from $150 per per-
son, and ZOA has reserved mai y
ot the choice accommodations f< r
the cruise. Further details aid
available at the officer of the
Southeast Region ZOA, 1370 Wash-
ington Ave.
Mendel Rsher to Visit Greater Miami;
Will Dedicate Me Ami Golden Book
Mendel N. Fisher, for 28 years
executive director of the Jewish
National Fund of America until
his retirement last year, will visit
this area on Jan. 27. according to
an announcement by Rabbi Mayer
Abrnmowitz, president of the JNF
Southeast Region.
Rabbi Abramowitz said that
Fisher will be coming here for a
Jewish National Fund Council pro-
gram with Tova Rorni. one of Is-
real's leading singers.
Fisher was guest speaker at
the inaugural supper of Me Ami
back in March, 1961, Leon J.
Ell, president of the Greater
Miami Council, noted. "He
made such a profound impres-
sion then," Ell declared, "that
it is or.ly fitting for us to bring
him back when Me Ami has be-
come a reality."
Me Ami, this community's twin;
cily in Israel, was dedicated in
the Jewish State last Nov. 27.1
The settlement is situated on the!
Jordan border near the Israeli j
Arab city of Umm el Fahm.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman j
of the Jewish National Fund;
Foundation here, this week re-|
minded the community that
"Greater Miami has pledged (8
million in cash toward the com :
pletion of Me Ami. We made this
pledgS in October, 1962, when a
pilgrimage of our leadership trav-
eled to Israel for the ground-
breaking ceremony."
Dr. Lehrman said that "we made i
the pledge through an exchange
Jewish National Fund
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of the goal, a Me Ami Golden
Beak was dedicated at the re-
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During his visit here, Fisher
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Friday, ?
Msncnft
Case
By MAX LERNER
Paris.
I am sorry to see British firms yielding to Arab anti-Jewish pres-
sures which their French neighbors across the Chanrel and even the
German firms have refused to yield to. I am speaking, of course,
of the ease of the British insurance firm ol Norwich Union, which
fired one of its directors, Lord Mancroft, because it feared the loss
of considerable business liom Kuwait. (He has refused an oiler of
his iob back.)
liOrd Mancrofts sin, it would seem, was not only that he was a
Jev.\ but that he even dared ne an "active sympathizer" with Israel.
The aged dodderers who rule the destinies of Norwich Unionamong
them Sir Robert Bignold. Sir Hughe Kratchbull-Hugessen and the
Marquess of Townsendmay iiave regarded Mancroft as a fair target
lor the wrath of the Arab Boycott Office. In any event, they sacked
him from a job that was little more than decorative ana involved no
Icnrign business at all. They did it without taking advice, without
consulting the British Foreign Office, without finding out how Ger-
man and French and American firms have in many eases disregard-
ed, fought or weathered the Arab bo\cott.
The result is an uproar throughout Britain at an episode that
has not only cast a stain on the British tradition of religious freedom
but humiliated the sensitive Englishmen who don't like to see their
countrymen cower and quiver under the spur of threat from a boy-
cott group with Union has now lost far more business from shocked and bruised
English firms:;nd not ju;t Jewish onesthan it could ever have lost
from Arab wrath
UJA Funds Lag Behind'-- Sharett
The technique of the Arab boycott is to send out questionnaires
to foreign firms, asking what business they do in and with Israel,
;>nd to blackmail them into withdrawing from it. The technique in-
cludes not only a boycott Of Israel and its products, but a secondary
boycott of any iirm that has production or assembly plants in Is-
rael, and even a territory boycott of firms shipping their products
in vessels that stop at Israeli ports, or using component parts made;
in Israel.
This has been only spottily enforced. A good deal depends on
how badly the Arabs need the products.
Their anti-Jewish policy has not prevented the Arab rulers from
calling in Jewish medical specialists from London or New York, nor
would it keep them from buying needed products from firms with
a strong economic base and the courage to use it.
Rootes and Renault cars are exported to Isreal; Leyland trucks
are assembled there. German firms have in many instances defied1
the Arab League boycott and continued to do a profitable and grow-1
ing business in the Middle East. Many British and American lirms!
use subsidiaries or agents and trade with Israel under other names.!
Others either out of principle or because of their economic strength,!
scorn to use a subterfuge.

Doubtless the Arabs feel they can afford to be nasty toward the
British, who have lost their dominance in world trade and who don't j
have economic aid programs that can be cut. The latest ripple of
the stir in the Mancroft case is the Arab League's announcement!
that Patrick Hancock, British Ambassador to Norway, will be banned]
from any Arab country because he is a former envoy to Israel and j
frier.dly to it. This is an extension of the economic boycott to diplom-
acy.
Further extensions a<-e almost limitless. How absurd can the
Arabs get? It would do them some good to have more American;
firms read the Constitution to them. A united Europe, through its]
Common Market, couldif it choseadopt a stringent rule against
such religious blackmail and prevent the Arabs from playing off one
European country against another.
In America, too, the industries doing business in the Middle East
could band themselves together in a fair play rule to treat Israel and
the Arab states alike and keep their own unity intact on the crucial
question of religious treedom.
Continued from Page 1-A
lor a common endeavor." He said
he fourd the leaders ol the Zion-
i-t organizations "in substantial
agreement" on the Council's "fu-
ture program of action."
"According to this consensus,"
be said, "the American Zionist
Council, operating with an assur-
ed budget which is to be provided
by its constituent organizations, is
to concern itself with the general
problems ot American Jewish life,
formulate a common Zionist pol-
icy on the issues arising from time
to time, ami collectively assert the
Zionist viewpoint within the coun-
sels of United States Jewry."
He said the task of Zionism
in the United States was "to as-
sert itself and to exercise in-
fluence in Jewish life in all
fieldsfund-raising and distribu-
tion cf the funds, education, the
synagogue." Such efforts should
be pursued by Zionists as a col-
lective program. He said, in re-
sponse to a question, that he un-
derstood that the Zionist Coun-
cil was about to elect a new
piesident and a new chairman
ef its executive committee.
In reply to another question,
Mr. Sharett called efforts to link
the recent outbreaks by ultra-
Orthodox zealots in Jerusalem and
in New York with the problem of
leligious lift in Israel "a distor-
tion.''
If Israel were to heed fully the
requirements of the Sabbath day
of rest, for example, it would have
been impossible, he held, to ap-
ply the fruits of modern technol-
ogy to Israel's development. There
are essential functions which must
continue seven days a week, 52
weeks a year
He described as "quite another
matter" the activities of some
1.000 members of the Neturci Kar-
ta "the enemies of the State of
i-racl," who do not pay taxes and.
who disseminate "venomous pr-
agairst the State of Is-
mendacious accounts
of the world which
paganda
rael, feeding
to the press
completely distort the facts." He
called the zealots "riff-raff," who
piiih their followers to 'frenzies
ol fanticism to perpetuate any vio-
lence," and who then spread
atrocity stories" about "police
brutality."
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JWV Chief Urges Pope be Mediator
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, of Beth David Congregation, plans
series of businessmen's breakfasts, starting Ian. 8, with Man-
I'nie Lubel. chairman of adult education.
Businessmen Meet With Rabbi At Beth David
National Commander Daniel
, Neai Heiler of the Jewish War)
| Veterans of the U.S.A. has cabled |
Pope Paul VI an appeal for the i
Pope to use his good offices to I
seek peace between Jews and Mos-!
lems in the course of his visit;
this Sunday to the Holy Land.
Miami Attorney Heller, noting
the Papal statement announcing i
the unpreccc.ented visit, said its1
purposes included the desire "to;
implore Divine mercy on behalf
of peace among men peace
which shows these days again how
weak and trembling it is "
The JWV leader said that "there
cculd be no more suitable mem-
orial to the late, martyred Ameri-;
can President John F. Kennedy,
a devoted Roman Catholic, who
actively sought Arab-Israel peace,
than tor the Pope to persuade the!
\rabs and the Israelis to sit down
together at the peace table."
Helier saiCi "the hate and
bigotry in the background of the
assassination of our late Presi-
dent is rampant in the Near
East where three great
faiths have shrines dedicated to
peace among men."
He told the Pope that people
throttglwu* tliL world. o**all faiths,
are encouraged by the Ecumenical
spirit now evident and would be
jubilant were the Pope to inter-
cede for Near Eastern peace.
Heller said "the lirst Pope to
visit the Holy Land since St. Pet-
ti must face the tragic spectacle
of barbed wire and gunned por-
tions overlooking the Holy
Shrines."
He expressed belief, that "Pope
I'^ul would not fail to see the need
for peace in the area of the Holy
L.and and may succeed through
.-piritual persuasion where all the
political forces of the world, in-
cluding the United Nations, have
tailed."
Railroad Appointed info Center
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Miami, Miami Beach, Ft. Laucter-
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information centers by the New
York World's Fair 1964-1965 Cor-
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At each of these offices, there
will be available accurate informa-
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and admission tickets to the Fair
for both adults and children.
Special all-expense tours for in-
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be available, featuring economical
Study of Torah at a business-
men's breakfast, introduced by ,
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, of Beth'
David Congregation, will resume
at Beth David on Wednesday morn-
ings, starting Jan. 8 for ten weeks.
"We are living in critical
times." said Rabbi Shapiro, "\-hen
many of us are vitally concerned
about the slate of affairs' in the
world, as well as our ethical be-
havior in business, professions and
ether callings.
"In our synagogue, we decided
travel in reserved seat coaches or
modern Pullmans that offer a va-
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prayer, contemplation, fellowship,
breaking bread together and dis-j
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Breakfast starts promptly at 8
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prayer and contemplation in the j
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social hall and the discussion on
mitzvot and ethics in daily living
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Friday, January 3. 1964
Hebrew Academy Dinner Slated Sunday
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Herman Wouk, Pulitzer Prize Author,
Will Speak Before Capacity Attendance
An anticipated crowd of 1,600
persons will honor Miami Beach
otelman and philanthropist Jac-
ob Cohen Sunday night at the
eauville Hotel during the 16th
. nnual scholarship dinner of the
Creater Miami Ilchrew Acad-
emy.
The record attendance also will
celebrate the 16th anniversary of
Uie only Hebrew Day School in
- ie entire South featuring com-
plete nursery, kindergarten, ele-
iientary and junior high school
. jrricula,
Herman Wouk. Pulitzer Prize-
inning author who i., the father
t an Academy studtnt. will fly
ere from his hmc in the Vir-
. in Islands t<> deliver the prin-
I addri -s. lie is visiting pro-
ssor i.i English at Yeshiva Uni-
i sity in New York.
A festive air will be supplied
. a I piece orchestra under
ie direction of Jacques Donnet.
The Academy's noted 60-voice
nudent clioir. under the direc-
lon of Miriam Donnerstag, will
;tage a special presentation. A
special playlet in honor of Wouk
, r.d his many successful works
ill be presented by nine stu-
(ents. including his son, Nath-
. niel Wouk.
General chairman of the din-
er is Leonard Rosen, president
if Gulf American Land Corpora-
HERMAN WOUK
LEONARD ROSEN
Function to Reduce Deficit
Resulting from Scholarships
The Hebrew Academy's stu-
i ent body of 360 is approximate-
ly 60 per cent boys and 40 per
. ent girls, coming from through-
out Dade and Broward Counties,
Pennsylvania, Tennessee, New-
York, Venezuela, the Virgin Is-
lands and upstate Florida.
A faculty of 20 English and 15
Hebrew teachers, headed by
Habbi Alexander S. Gross, the
\cademys principal, includes a
ibrarian, music teacher, speech
.herapist, art teacher and school
.isychologist.
A fleet of eight buses whisks
nany of the students to and from
i lasses to the new campus ad-
jacent to Miami Beach Senior
iiigh School.
It is estimated that it costs
>900 a year for each student's
uition, lunches and transporta-
tion, and more than 75 per cent
of the student body is on full or
artial scholarship.
That's the primary goal of Sun-
day night's 16th annual scholar-
ship dinner, Louis Merwitzer,
president, pointed out. "We re-
ceive no funds from such agen-
cies as United Fund or Federa-
tion, and require the support of
the entire community at our an-
nual dinner to help meet our op-
crating deficit."
Central aim of the Academy,
according to Rabbi Gross", is to de-
velop highly-enlightened, inform-
ed and knowledgeable lay lead-
ership oriented in both the sac-
red and secular, so that they may
grow up with a love for Judaism
and a deep-rooted loyalty to their
American heritage.
More than 100 graduates of the
Academy now are in colleges,
universities and theological sem-
inaries. Some 30 of these receiv-
ed scholarships from their high
schools. Academy alumni, who
will be represented at a special
table at Sunday's dinner, now at-
tend such institutions as M.I.T.,
Hebrew University, and Bar-Ilan
in Israel, Yeshiva University,
Carnegie Tech, California, Flor-
ida and Miami.
tion, and chairman of the Great
er Miami Committee for State
of Israel Bonds. Rosen also is
chairman ol the Board of Direc-
tors of the Academy.
Working side by side with him
has been Academy President
Louis Merwitzer, chairman of
the Building Fund Committee,
which enabled the Academy to
move into its handsome new, Sl.-
000,000 building on Pine Tree Dr..
Miami Beach.
Associate chairmen of the din
ner are Maurice Hevitz and B.
I. Binder. Revitz is chairman
ol the Executive Committee ol
the Academy, pn sident ol Tem-
ple Menorah, ;< leader In the Is
rael Bond program and a direc-
tor of Israel Investors Corp
Binder, president of the At Bd
emj for seven years, and now
an honorary lite president, en-
dowed the English Library oj the
Academy. Revitz (n owed the
Board of Directors Room,
Two men who have a life long
interest in Jewish education are
-living as co-chairmen, Joseph
Cohen and J. A. Cantor. Cohen,
who has been a vice president
of the Academy tor 12 years, is
president of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education. Cantor, serving
as co-chairman of an Academy
scholarship dinner for the third
time, is co chairman of the Flor-
ida Chapter of Yeshiva Univer-
sity.
Spearheading a hard-working
Ticket Committee are Samuel
Reinhard. chairman of the board
of admissions, and Harry Genet,
past president and honorary life
president of the Academy.
Wolfie Cohen, former Miami
Beach Councilman and past
chairman, again is serving as
honorary chairman.
Cantor Abraham Seif, of Kne-
seth Israel Congregation, will
lead the singing of the American
and Israeli national anthems.
Fifth Grade student Neal Wit-
tels, one of four great-grandchil
dren of honoree Jacob Cohen,
who attends the Academy, will
give the Hamotzi. Howard Wit-
tels, a sixth grade student, will
lead the saying of grace.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal of the Academy since
its inception, will make a special
presentation to Cohen, who re-
cently endowed one of the Acad-
emy's buildings in memory of
his late wife, Dora.
Dr. Tibor Stern, of Beth Jacob
Congregation, will deliver the in-
vocation. Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
president of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association, will of-
fer the benediction. Dr. Irving
Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-El,
will offer a special prayer in
tribute to Cohen.
Checking over invitation lists lor the 16th annual Hebrew
Academy dinner are (left to right! Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
Julius Rosenstein. Jacob Cohen and Joseph Gonshor Some
1 OHO persons are expected to attend the function at which
Pulitzer Prize winner Herman Wouk will speak.
to
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Dinner Committee members check flow of late reservations
for Sunday's SlOO-a-couple function at the Deauville Hotel hon-
oring Miami Beach hotelman and philanthropist Jacob Cohen.
Shown (left to right) are B. I. Binder, co-chairman, Louis Mer-
witzer, president, Louis Rudnick, Councilman Hyman Galbut
and Milton Kahn.
Mrs. Sandier is Appointed
Chairman of Hostess Committee
Mrs. Sol Sandier has been
named chairman of hostesses for
the 16th annual scholarship din-
ner of the Hebrew Academy
The gala function, always one of
the social highlights of the South
Florida Jewish community, is
scheduled for Jan. 5 at the Deau-
ville Hotel.
Mrs. Sandler's appointment
was announced by Louis Mer-
witzer, Academy president, and
by Leonard Rosen, general din-
ner chairman. She is the moth-
er of Andy Sandier, a seventh
grade student at the Academy.
Selected to serve on the Host
ess Committee with her are Mrs
Ben I. Binder, Mrs. Jack A. Can
tor, Mrs. Joseph Cohen, Mrs
Samuel Cohen, Mrs. Wolfie Coh
en, Mrs. Maurice Revitz, Mrs
Leonard Rosen and Mrs. Jack
Turkish.
Mrs. Sandier said her commit-
tee has decided on a "Sweet 16"
theme for the dinner decorations.
The women also will serve as
hostesses for a reception at the
Deauville. which will immediate-
ly precede the dinner. "
'Checks for reservations to the 16th annual
scholarship dinner of the Hebrew Academy
draw enthusiastic attention from (left to right)
Samuel Reinhard, first vice president, George
Kimmel, Adolf Blank, Harry Rosen, Philip
Weiss and Joseph Krantz.
Honor Writer
Nine Academy students, in-
cluding the son of guest speaker
Herman Wouk, will participate
in a special playlet honoring the
Pulitzer Prize winner and intro-
ducing several characters from
his books.
The students include David
Abrams. Israel Porush, Irene
Malavsky. Susan Roth, Nathan-
iel Wouk. Maxine Zisquit, Sandra
Ehrenreich, Mark Schnickman
and Miriam Greenberg.
Citations Go
To 3 Leaders
Special citations will be pre-
sented during Sunday night's
dinner at the Deauville Hotel to
three endowers of three Acad-
emy buildings.
Honored will be Louis Merwit-
zer, Hebrew Academy president,
and Mrs. Merwitzer, who endow-
ed the Louis and Rebecca Mer-
witzer Administration Building.
First building to be endowed
on the new Hebrew Academy
campus was the Charles and
Viola Charcowsky Education
Building, endowed by Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, found-
ers of both the Academy and the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem,
The tiura citation will go to
the guest of honor, Jacob Cohen,
who endowed the Dora Cohen
Memorial Building in memory of
his late wife.


Friday, January 3, 1984
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Israel is Shocked By
Cruelty to Prisoners
Ct ntinued from Pa.qe 1-A
scribk suffering." All 11 had to
be hospitalized.
He bated that (or years the Syr-
ians 1- ;l denied holding any Is-
raeii prisoners altogether, but
lliat those returning had confirm
ei! tha: more were still being held.
Israel has renewed its energetic ap-
proach to the United Nations to
effect "heir release, the Premier
.-aid. He opened his statement
with a:, expression of thanks on
behalf of the Government and the
familial of the treed prisoners to
lie United Nations for the efforts
made to obtain their release.
Washington sources confirmed
that the U.S. Embassy in Israel
had bf-en informed of Israel's
charges of barbarity against Syria.
However, it was noted that 1<
rrael did not request any U.S. ac-
tion or this issue.
The Syrian Government, react-
ing to Israeli complaints that re-
turned prisoners had been sub-
jected to inhuman treatment in
S; rian prisons, said Syrians were
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vice president of the Schine en-
terprises.
Ant n, .i veteran of more than'
20 years in the resort field in
Florida and New York, joins the
Rona* ?taff headed by Ben Shind-
lor, managing director,
Andrrn was recent managing iii
rector of the Gar e: ol Allah
Motel and Apartments.
still being held" in Israeli prisons
and receiving "the worst possible'
treatment and torture," it was]
reported here from Damascus.
A Syrian Defense Ministry!
spokesman said that, despite the
recent exchange, "many other
Syrians remain in I-raeli prisons.'
He said the prisoners had been
t^ken in the 1948 Israel-Arab war.
He di.! not give any figures. The
spokesman said the Syrian Gov-
ernment had repeatedly sought
he intervention of the United Na
tions Truce Supervision Organize- Sheldon Lelchuk, first president of Brandeis
lion to free the captives, but thai Z'onist District of Miami Beach, congratulates
Israel "would not even allow UN newly-elected president, Hairy C. Caplan, at
observers into Israeli prisons n recent reception. Left to riqht are Irving
where the Syrians are being held." Shalom, first financial secretary of the dis-
trict, and still an active member of the board;
Gil Rappaport, executive director of the South-
east Region ZOA; Ezra Finegold, immediate
past president of the district, and honorary life
president; Caplan; and Lelchuk.
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Friday. January 3. 1964

Alumni Honor Dean Weil Here
Some 330 Greater Miami alumni
! of the University of Florida and
b| members of Pi Lambda Phi hon-
' pred Dr. Joseph Weil, dean emer-.
;' itus of the School of Engineering,
with a testtrrromal dinner Bl
Chandler's.
Louis Wechsler. president of;
the fraternal order, announced the
fraternity has set up a financial'
j assi.starce program to aid talented i
< nginecring students. The new
program was named in houur of
the noted educator and will be
known as the Joseph Weil |jnot-
arship Award.
Tribute was paid to Prof- JJjL*,
who retired alter 30 yWW of ser-
vice by Judge Irving Cypen. Paul
Marks. Dnte Fascell, Earl Fair-
cloth and Dr. Myron Coulton who
also acted as chairman of the
special evening.
Among treasured items now on exhibit at Tem-
ple Israel are (left) a large Torah Crown, with
many decorative elements chased and cut out.
A few dee* heads emerge from the sides,
which comprise the special interest of this
silver East European relic of the second half
of the 19th century. Right is a Torah Breast-
plate from 18th century Poland, typical of Jew-
ish folk art of the period.
Judaica Exhibit at Temple Israel
One of the great private collec-
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: d folk art is now on exhibition
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Farband Marks 50th Anniversary
Leaders at the Federation Leadership Development Steering
Committee luncheon hosted by Sam Luby Jr., in the Dupont
Plaza .Hotel, are (left to right) Milton M. Gaynor, Dr. Earl L.
Wiener, Norton Pallot and Byron Cherkas.
Federation Opens
^Leaders1 Group
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration has launched a Leader-
ship Development Program under
[the chairmanship of Sam Luby Jr.,
lo acquaint the younger business
and professional leaders of Dadc
County with the work of Federa-
tion and its affiliated agencies.
N. rtop. Pallot, Harry B. Smith
and Marshall S. Harris are assist-
ing in the program of serving on
the Leadership Development Steer-
ing Committee. A highlight of
the program, to which the youth-
ful communal leaders are being
invited is a series of informal
luncheon and evening meetings in
all sections of Greater Miami. |
was a luncheon hosted by Luby at
(he Dupont Plaza Hotel last week.
Federation President Sidney:
Lefcourt spoke at the informal
luncheon and described the work
of Federation's 57 agencies at
home and abroad.
The S/ave' Reviewed
Mrs. Herbert Rose will review
"The Slave" on Wednesday, 8
p.m., at a meeting of Jewish War
Veterans Women's Auxiliary, Mi-
ami Beach Post, to be held at 1234
Washington Ave. Proceeds are
earmarked for Tel Hashoma Hos-
pital in Israel.
IhaplaSn Will
Talk on Japan
Capt. Moshe Tokayer, chaplain
in the U.S. Air Force, will be guest'
speaker at the Temple Zamora
Brotherhood monthly breakfast on
Sunday morning.
Here On a brief visit from Japan
where he is stationed. Rabbi Tok-j
a>er wiH discuss "The Jewish;
Soldier and the Jewish Commun-j
ity in Japan."
Program and breakfast will fol-
low 9 a.m. services and "Ask the
Rabbi" question and answer per-
iod conducted by Rabbi Hershel
Brooks.
Taxpayers Elect
New Slate,
Plan Banquet
Paul L. Hexter has been rcclcct-
ed prcsidert of the Miami Beach
Taxpayers' Association. Other of-
ficers oamed at a meeting here
are:
Paul Seidcrman, first vice pres-
ident; Henrv E. Wolff, second vice
president; Paul M. Marko Jr.,
treasurer; and Sara Dee Berko-
witz, secretary.
Newly-elected board members
are Mrs. Frank H. Morse, Marcus
Sarokin, G. Willard Home and
Bob Bezark.
Nominating Committee included
Simon E. Rubin, chairman, and
Sam A. Goldstein, George J. Bert-
man, Ritter Lcvinson and Mrs.
John B. Wofford.
Annual banquet of the organiza-
tion will be Jan. 16 at the Deau-
ville Hotel. Chairmen are Harry
Erlanger ar.d Col. and Mrs. Leslie
Buswell.
Committee members include
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Popick, Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Michaels, Mr. and Mrs.
E. Albert Pallot, Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert S. Gimerl, and Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Wolfson.
Continued from Page 1-A
said, Farband members have
sold more than $20,080,030 in
bonds.
A memorial was held for three
departed leaders: the late Presi-j
dent Kennedy, Herbert H. Leh-
man, and Rabbi Abba Hillel Sil-i
vcr. The triple eulogy was pre-
sented by Jacob Katzman, asso-
ciate general secretary ol Far-
band. Taped greetings were
broadcast to the delegates from
Prime Minister Lcvi Eshkol and
former Premier David Bcn-Gur-,
ion. A messaee written by the!
late President Kennedy before his
assassination was read.
Meyer L. Brown, Farband presi-
dent, said in his presidential re-
port that wi"i 82 per cent of Amer-
ican and Canadian Jews now na-
tive-torn, a program aimed at
preserving their Jewish identity
and their links with Jews in other
countries, particularly Israel, "is
for us the most urgent and vital
need today."
He warned of increasing assimi-
lation among American Jews, re-
flected in (he "alarming growth
of intermarriages and a drifting
away from Judaism, particularly
op the part of Jewish youth." He
also emphasized that, as an Amer-
ican-oriented organization, Far-
band was deeply concerned with
the struggle lor civil rights of all
citizers. He lauded President
Johnson who, he said, had demon-
strated in his first month as Pres-
ident, that he was "resolved to
follow loyally the late President
Kennedy's progressive policies and
social ideals, the securing of civil
rights for millions of our Negro
brethren, and the abolition of all
discrimination in this country."
Dr. E mantel Neumann, chair-
i man of the American Section of
the Jewish Agency, told the con-
j vention that "historically, Zion-
! ism has been and continues to
. be a fructifying and powerful
[ force in American Jewish life"
ar.d that without it, "we would
be definitely poorer, infinitely
weaker and less resistant to the
corrosive influence of assimila-
tion and disintegration. The
Jewish community owes much
more to Zionism than Zionism
owes to it."
Dr Neumann said that "Israel
still looks to this, our country, for
Forum Opens
29th Year Here
Spinoza Outdoor Forum for
. Adult Education began its 29th
year of programs this week.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, founder
of the organization, laurched the
forum in 1935, with regular meet-
ings following continually since
t':at time.
Dr. Wolison was to lecture on
'The Life of Reason" at a meet-
ing Thursday noon at Washington
Federation Auditorium, 1234 Wash-
ington Ave.
sympathetic understanding and
support. Fortunately," he con-
tinued, "we have reason to be con-
fident that we can count upon the'
s.Miipathetic understanding, and
warm interest of President John-1
son as we could upon his prede- J
ccssor. the late, lamented Presi-
dent Kennedy."
Sen. Kenneth B. Keaung, New
York Republican, praised the rok
of Israel in keeping peace in the,
Middle East. He told the dele-|
gates that the United States must)
block aid lo aggressive nations,
like Nasser's Egypt which would
threaten Israel's existence and!
thus the peace of the world.
I. L. Kcncn, executive dircc
ol Ihc American-Israel Public
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tion that the Kennedy Administr
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demonstrating its interest asd c
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fensc of the peoples of both Isrt
ar.d the Arab states." He said
was to be hoped that Preside
Johnson "will continue the CO
slruftive elements in past polic
and that he would reconsider the
aspects of United States poli
which have led Arabs to belie
that the United States can be n.
tral as between aggression and
fense."
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RABBI AHRAMS
RABBI TEPLITZ
RABBI GOLDMAN
RABBI SIMON
RABBI ROSENBERG
Nationally-Renowned Speakers Will Tour
Under Auspices of United Synagogue
An exciting concept in Adult
Education will bring a group of
experts to ten congregations in
the Southeast Region. The pro-
gram, calle.1 the Adult Education
Cavalcade of the United Syna-
gogue of America, has been coor-
dinated by Rabbi Allen Rutchik,
director of the Southeast Region
of the United Synagogue of Amer-
ica, and was implemented "in or-
der to bring the best in Jewish
thought to as many congregations
in the Southeast as possible."
The speakers, who will contri-
bute their services, are among
leading rabbis in the Conservative
movement.
Participating will be Rabbi
Israel Goldman, of Chizuk Ertvjna
Congregation, Baltimore, Md., a |
past president of the Rabbinical
Rabbi Brooks to Speak
Rabbi llershel Brooks will lec-
ture on the "History of Jewish
Law" in the Adult education pro-
gram of Temple Zamora on Mon-
day at 8 p.m.
Assembly of America; Rabbi
Ralph Simon, Rodfei Zedeck,
Chicago; Rabbi Saul Teplitz,
Son* of Israel Congregation,
Woodmere. L.I.; Rabbi Jerome
Abrams, director of Camp Ram-
ah in the Berkshires; and Rab-
bi Yaakov Rosenberg, of Adath
Jeshurun, Philadelphia, Pa.
Rabbi Simon will speak at Beth
Torah Congregation in North
Miami Beach on Jan. 13. Rabbi
Goldman will speak at Beth David
Congregation on Jan. 28.
Jacksonville Jewish Center,
Jacksonville, will feature Rabbi
Simon on Jan. 8, and Rabbi Teplitz
on Feb. 12.
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LgUDATH ISR*Et*. 7801 Carlyle V*.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Iiiilay S:M -ami s p.m. Debate on
Vh:ill Kfllsriiin and State be Kept
limit :n Israel".'" Itabbl Ever and
i 'rU.-hWi. nttiamd-'.ri-nr.'^^ftiHv,-
li,I 1. ul general chairman ZOA. OncK
iiabbat host: Mrs. Rachel Slernsass.
(tui'lay S:80 a.m. Hermon: "Torah
(,,] Freedom." 3::i0 p.m. Hebrew lec-
"What are the Fruits of Exile'.'"
JS
ervices
Jltis lAJeekend
Inshe emes.
[Conservative.
2533 SW 19th ave.
Rabbi Abraham Sch-
.iTH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
Iservative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
|Cantor William W. Lipson.
i.lay V:li> p.m Ras Mltavah: CVn-
:.. daughter >f Mr. and Mrs. Jack
ijijwin. Saturday a.m. Hnr Mltz-
|h Mfirlio, son of Mr. and Mrs.
ovh ltilsfc.i.
ETH EL. HOP SW 17th ave. Orthodox.
=tabbi Solomon Schiff.
lay MB ami ::ii) p.m. Oneg Shal>-
- rvlo*. Barmon: "A Pilgrimage
the Holy Land." Hosts at .social
Philip Berkciwltz, hi.....rarv life
ksident: Joe Zalls, congregation
Jsident, and .Mrs. Zalin. Saturday
a.m. Sermon: "Reentei inn the
l>k of Exotlus."
ITH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox.
Jabbi H. Louis Rottman.
[TH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern,
lantor Maurice Mamches.
ave.
Max
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW Iff*
Modern Traditional. Rabbi
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
rrictay S:i.) p.m. Sermon: "Moses' Call
for Peace!" One* Khabhat host: Mr.
*d iMmiisK>lii Wriner. - a.m. Sermon: "Loyaj Bone."
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13830 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman
Fine.
Friday 8:16 p.m. Ouest speaker. Dr.
.leHhaiu Schnitsci-r. Satunlav 8:46 a.m
Bar Mitxvah: Laurence David, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Winson.
BETH RAPHAEL. 130~NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Ralph Krieger. eecre-
tary.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or
ci.ouox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip
chitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Fiiilay 8:80 p.m. Pnited Svnagocue
Youth Sabi.ath. Saturday S:4.'. a.m.
Rar Mitzv.ili: Man. son of Mr.' anil
-Mrs. Yal.- Binder.
B'NAI RAPHAEL*14oTnw 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Joel Lerner.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Bermbn: "The Mark
of Clreatneaa." Cantor Lerner will
chant "Ma-to-vu." Saturday 8:88 a.m.
Sermon: "Portion of the Week." liar
Mltavah: Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Blelwelss.
W||ijUt|jiii;Hi
jtjn*snfjpim!int:iii:!ii;iiitinwngiam'ee
18 Teveth 5:23 pjn.
Our Credit." Bar Mitxvah: Eugene,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Kmanucl Issak. |
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MINYONAIREB. CO N G R E G ATION.
3737 Bird*d. Modern Traditional.
OHEV SHAtOM^oiTTjormandy Ar.
"""Q.aWv Rabbi Prune* Weber-.
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fTaasiiixaaiiiiiiMijuiiiMsauarmfh .y
CONOREQATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Straesfeld.
FLAOLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51s
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
Friday S:ir. p.m. Sermon: "Portion of
the Week." Orieg Bhabbat hosts: Mr.
and Mrs. By Coverman and Mr. and
Mrs. Simon Tariff, both celebrating
anniversaries. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
Mltavah: l.a-r-ii<-e, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles CoHek,
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANL'-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
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ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Friday 5 and 8:1.1 p.m. Sermon: "Con-
verting Liabilities Into Asset-." Sat-
urday 8:80 a.m. Sermon: "Exhausting
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
Friday 6:16. and 8:15 p.m. Sermon:
"IsraelOur Spiritual Heritage." Sat-
urday 9 a.m. Bar .Mitzvali: Paul, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kaufman:
Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge
Senter.
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TEMPLE ADATH YEBHURUN. 102E
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Maurice Neu.
Friday .".:1.> and 8:18 p.m. Sermon:
"Religious Unity, Peace in the Mid-
dle East." Saturday 8:46 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Portion of the Week."
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
Friday 7:80 p.m. Children Celebrating
birthdays In January will be blessed.
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forking to assure a good start for 1964 by
iy of a New Year's Eve party at Temple
tth Sholom are seated (left to right) Mrs. Har-
ly E. Kramer. Mrs. Harry E. Wolk, Mrs. J.
pnard Spector. Mrs. Myer Friedman. Stand-
deft to right) are James Knopke, Jack Sha-
piro, Myer Friedman, Mrs. Jack Shapiro, Mrs.
James Knopke, Harvey E. Kramer and Dr.
Harry E. Wolk. Jointly, they represent the
"three arms" of Temple Beth SholomSister-
hood. Brotherhood and PTA.
living With Steadfast Faith in God
RABBI HERSHEL BROOKS
Temple Zamora
[This week, when we read the
1st portion of the book of
jodus, the book that begins to
f-cribe our becoming a nation,
must understand well what
hstitutes the making of a peo-
what does our faith repre-
it and how are we to live with
fa.
read of the episode of the
Ininy bush. And in the con-
rsation between God and
fees, God tells Moses to relate
1 his brethren the promise of
iir redemption from Egypt
Ih the expression, "I am what
Jm." The commentaries ex-
|in this expression to mean "I
|l be what I will be."
et us for a moment under-
bid the significance of these
Isodes. The burning bush
presents a people, the Jew,
all an 1 lowly among the na-
ns, and yet indestructible be-
Bse of the divine spirit that
ells within Israel. If there is
livine spirit within our people.
In no persecution, no hatred.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th St.
* Reform Congregation
" Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi
Jacob C. Bornstein, Cantor
J"vict$ fridoy, :I5 PM.
"GOOD FRIENDS
DON'T GIVE ADVICE"
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faith in His promise
no discrimination, no blood and
no slavery can hold down their
hopes and desires, their dreams
and their teachings. For with-
in such a people the spirit of
God burns and shall never be
extinguished.
It is with this spirit that God
commanded Israel to become a
nation, and only with this spirit
will Israel exist as a people of
God.
This, too, is the meaning of
God's promise, "I will be what
1 will be." No words can sum
up all that He will be to His
people, but His everlasting faith-
fulness and unchanging mercy
will more and more manifest
themselves in the guidance of
Israel.
The very beginning of this
week's portion states: "And Jos-
eph was in Egypt," a man of
God among a pagan people; yet
he lived with his faith and the
spirit of God. So today, in a
world of turmoil and bloodshed,
of alheism and plunder, we
must still live on as did Joseph
in Egypt with a steadfast faith
in the God of our faith.
Then, and only then, will the
words we read in this week's
Hoftorah come true: "In days to
come shall Jacob take root, Is-
rael shall blossom and bud and
the face of the world shall be
filled with fruitage."
Masons Install Officers Here
On Monday, Dec. 30, 8 p.m.,
West Miami Masonic Lodge of-
ficers for 1964 were installed.
George Bernstein was install-
ed as worshipful master. A life
insurance general agent, Bern-
stein is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Miami and a local resident
for 25 years.
Also Henry Freeman, senior
warden; Francis Fink, junior war-
den; Harold Kessler, Joseph
Press, Sidney Friedland, Donald
Jacobson, Charles Kadin and Dav-
id Scholl.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jsffs.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Bermon: "Overcom-
ing our Emotional Depressions." .sat
unlay n a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120 thSt. Reconstruction^. Rabbi
Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
EMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Steiner.
FTiday S:11 p.m. Hermon: "Xeajatlve
rhlnklngr.' Saturday : a m. liar Mitz-
mh: Howard, son nf Mr. und Mrs.
Paul Weiss,

TEMPLE BETH bnOLOM. 4144 Chas
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh
Cantor David Conviser.
FYlilaj >. "i p.m. Sermon: "Techniques
of Resisting Evil." Raturda) l":l".
a.m. liar Mltavah: Alan, Bon of Mi.
and Mrs. Howard Handleman: An-
Irew, .-.....:' ; r. and Mrs. I; n In
Greene,
TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38.
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben
Grossberg.
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EMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22 ae. Conservative. Rabbi S
M. Machtei.
TEMPLE EM/NU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrmar. Cantor Hirsh Adler.
Friday B:80 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
Mitzvali: Paul, f>n of Mrs. Anno
EtoeenthaJ and DavM Rosen that; Hen-
ry, non of Mr. and -Mrs. David Good-
man.
----- -----
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE--19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph ft? Narot.
Cantoe* JacobBt>iiialalM- ^8ss
Friday 8:15 p.m. Bermon i "Good
Friends Don't Give Advice."
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo avs.
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecal
Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards.
Friday B:1S p.m. Saturday 10:30 a.m.
Car Mitzvali: l>av.iil Lionel, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hicht.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 7Sth St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday B:1S p.m. SVrmon: "Challenge
of Chance." Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon:
"Th.- Portion of the Daw." Bar Mitz-
vali: Lnuls, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ton Hohius.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative.
8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
Friday 8:30 [p.m. Saturday S:4", a.m.
liar Mltavah! .Michael, son of sir. and
Mrs. Kmanucl Korenvaes,
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab-
bi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet
Gale.
Friday 8:18 p.m. bermon: "Clearing
tin- Mist from the Bible: A Tribute
to Modern Archaeologists."
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 51
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Hyman Gross.
----
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben
Dickson.
HYida> vi~. p.m. Sermon: "The Be-
ginning of Israel as a Nation." Sat-
r*"1> v I.' a.in. Sermon; "Flame and
Water."
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th it.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
----- ----
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernlck.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "Lamina tea
of our Times." Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Weekly Portion."
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YOUNG ISRAEL.. u NE 171 St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Friday i in. Saturday 8 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Portion oi the Week." Bar
Mltsvnh: Raymond Nathan, son of
Mr. and Mis Edwin Shwake
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Friday. January 3, 1964
Capitol Spotlight:
Bv MILTON FRIEDMAN
Nasser Uses U.S. Aid Funds to Spread Hate Propaganda
Washington
IANY AMERICANS, in the
"wake of the Kennedy assassi-
nation, have denounced extremism
r.d bigotry But the United States
onlinues indirectly to subsidize
he anti-Semitic and anti-Catholic
nopaganda of the United Arab
| Republic press and radio.
The Egyptian newspaper, "Al
Anraiii," has condemned the forthcoming Israeli
visit of P'mc Paul. This Government controlled
propaganda organ alleged that the Pope had "poli-
tical motive in the Near East and was too i'riencl-
"ly to the Jews. The Cairo hate sheet went on to
Charge that the Pope was an agent of "international
Zionism."
Much 01 the newsprint for the Egyptian press
- is paid lor by American loans and grants. Amer-
ican assistance also financed construction of the
radio transmitters which broadcast diatribes against
Jews an I Catholics.
On Dec. 2, the Cairo "Voice of the Arabs" broad-
cast that the American Jewish community was be-
hind the assassination ot President Kennedy. The
broadcast said "the savage Zionists and their com-
panies killed him; they killed him for the sake
of money. Dollars made the Dallas police con-
ceal the facts."
The newspaper "Al Ahram" said that "when
ihis Jewish killer (Jack Ruby) goes on trial, Zion-
ist elements will try to influence the jury." It
commented: "Those who know our Jewish 'friends'
well, know they don't get excited or involved un-
less personal or material interest is involved."
National Commander Daniel Neal Heller, of the
Jewish War Veterans, brought the issue to the at-
tention of the White House. In a letter to Presi-
dent Lyndon B. Johnson, Mr. Heller commended
the President lor his denunciation of hatemongers.
UN listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
End to Arab Claims
United Nations
THE ARAB BLOC suffered a very se.
vere defeat in the last General As-
sembly of the United Nations. In brief
they were told that, hereafter they have
no "right" of tenancy on the Security
Council or on the Economic and Social
Counciltwo of the major organs of
he United Nations. Until now, they
i nave always contended that 'the Middle
}a;i meaning the Arab sector of that areamust be
recognized as an entity and, thus, given a place on either
r both of the top Councils. Usually, they have been
..) both.
What happened was not too complicated; although
t all of it is clear from the official records, which must
e read with an understanding of the behind-the-scenes
negotiations: Officially, on its very last night, the As-
mbly voted to enlarge the two Councilsexpanding the
Security Council lrom Its present strength of 11 mem-
ers to 15; increasing the Economic and Social Council
from 18 members to 27. The reason was simple. When
icse Councils were established, there were only 50
.embers in the United Nations; now there are 113. It
- clear that n larger membership requires an increase
the number of representatives on the two Councils.
But there was something else to the decisions lor
Tiilargemcnt of the numbers on the Council. The Assem-
ly also adopted as part of the two resolutions a pair
I formulas tor 'he manner in which the Council seats
; re to be distributed on an equitable, geographic basis.
The new Security Council must include among its mem-
bers "five representatives from Asian and Airican states,
ne from Eastern Europe, two from Latin America, two
rom Western Europe and other states." A formula very
milar to this one was laid down for distribution of
ECOSOC seats.
One notes immediately that no 'Middle East" area
'igures in these formulas. The Arabs put up a stiff
^.ght for the identification of such an area. The Afri-
cans fought them on this point. Most of those Africans
are members from the sub-Sahara sectors of that con-
tinent, that is, "black Africa." Under the formula as
adopted, Egypt is no longer a Middle East stateit is
n African state; when it comes to choosing Africans
. r Council seats, it will have very active competition
:rom non-Arabic Africans. Iraq, or Syria, or Jordan will
e considered Asians. But so are Turkey and Iran, which
oo not belong to the Arab League; so, for that matter,
are India and Japan. The Arab "right" to seats on the
major Councils will be recognized no longer.
Since Israel has never been elected to any of the
Major Councils, the question comes up about Israel's
status under the new rules. Israel will now be consid-
ered among "Western Europe and other countries." That
ill not make it easier for Israel to get a Council seat.
Among the "other countries" are such claimants to
Council seats as Australia and New Zealand andperhaps
even Canada. But this much is certain: If Israel is
kept out of the Councils from this time onward, it
will not be because she is an unwelcome neighbor to the
Arab Middle East; the reason will be simply that the
competition will be keener.
Mr. Heller added that "Americans should not fi-
nance abroad, through our aid program, what we ^
abhor nf home."
He urged implementation of a clause in the
rew Foreign Assistance Act authorizing the Presi-
dent to sever aid to the UAR because of Nasser's
aggressive military preparations and aggression.
He said th;:t not only did Nasser exploit U.S. aid
to divert his own assets for purchase of aggressive
Soviet arms, but aid severance was also urgent be-
cause of Nasser's Nazi-like propaganda activities.
Mr. Helier said the "Arabs have a right to
comment on their differences with the State of
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
Unique Book
On the Bible
THE GRAPHIC HISTORY OF THE JEWISH
HERITAGE. Edited by Pinch as Wollman-
Tsamir. 224 pp. New York: Shengold Pub-
lishers, Inc., 45 W. 45th St.
THIS IS A beautiful book. Filling a long-felt need
for the casual student of the Bible, it is also
a handy thum'- reference for the Biblical scholar
who. with the depths of material in his possession,
often finds the details of their organization elusive.
Casual or dedicated, there is something mag-
nificent in this large book of handsome binding and
exquisite printing, with its array of charts opening
up before you, of tables and diagrams which express
in immediate visual impress the relationships be-
tween periods of Biblical history, between kings
and prophets, or between the great peoples of the
Bible themselves for they, too, in vast genealog-
ical panorama, march in the magic of their names
down the ages of these pages.
In perfect chronology the book is conceived
and presented. There is, first of all, a huge Master
Chart of "the written law and the oral law in their
descent" in a pocket of the inside front cover. Then
there are charts of Torah at a glance, each of the
Five Books with their weekly portions, followed by
synopses of each portion. The same thing is done
for the Prophets and the Hagiographa. for the
Judges, the Kings of Judah and the Kings of Israel,
and then for the 48 Prophets, seven Prophetesses
and "5 Priests.
The book ends with genealogical tables, begin-
ning with Adam and Eve. with chronological tables
beginning with Creation and ending with the divis-
ion ol the Kingdom; and with synchronkal tables
of the Kings, Prophets and high priests of Judah
and Israel. Several appendices of prophetic mes-
sages recorded in the Bible, prayers and their out-
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an index complete the graphic picture.
The illustrations which dot the pages have the
quality and mood of woodcuts. A mammoth labor
of ten years and many hands, the volume is indeed
the lucid and attractive presentation with which its
architect, Pinchn-, Wollman-Tsamir, hoped to make
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Jewish knowledge. It is. from beginning to end,
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Israel. Buc Americans have a right not.**!
dkeslander against two of our #L'e"^bli.
-~Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, J^_"2Si
can. has called for creation of a United Nations
propaganda monitoring board "to con trol and1 con-
demn international hate propaganda The oar<
would monitor offensive propaganda and make per
iodic reports to the U.N.
Sen. Keating cited Nasser as "the main offend-
er in the exploitation of hate propaganda. He
said that "spending by the i*"^ ""
or. propaganda is just as inimical to the interes
of neaoe as spending on actual weapons fctton.
to poison minds and to teach national hatreds may
be more dangerous in the lor.g run ana more con-
ducive to hostilities."
Sen Hush Scott. Pennsylvania Republican, toll
the Senate that "Egypt provides the most flagrant
example of a country using propaganda as a maj.u
weapon against its neighbors."
The Senator said "it is shocking that out
money, which should be used to raise the living
standards of an impoverished people, is doing lit-
tle more than freeing funds which Egypt uses to
1 foment trouble and hatred."

Between You and Me:
By BORIS SM01AR1
New Student Survey
CROM TIME TO time, studies on the
1 attitudes of Jewish college students
ind their sense of Jewish identity are
ado in this country by interest -
d Jewish organizations and scholars,
.lore than 50 such studies are known
o have been made during the past two
ecades, involving some 12,000 students
n various colleges and univerities. One
s a four-year study at three universities
eo**- uj ov. Alfred Jospe, veteran Hillel director,
who attempted to follow an entire college generation
from their freshman year to their graduation. What are
the conclusions to which a scholar like Dr. Jospe comes
;n thinking now about the more than 275,000 Jewish stu-
dents enrolled in American higher schools of learning?
Virtually all studies confirm an assumption that, for
most American Jewish students, their Jewish identity
presorts no longer a substantial problem. They affirm
their Jewishness without noticeable embarrassment *(y
self-comciousncss. They no longer feel that their Juda*'
ism diminishes their American identity. Some escapis s
are still around, but most have accepted the fact that
Ihey arc Jewish, and there is little flight from Judaism
among them now The basic ties to Jewish lifesuper-
ficial, vulgar and sentimental as they frequently are
are nonetheless deep-seated and tenacious. Unlike their
parents' generation, and unlike the Jewish student of
20 and 30 years ago. few seek devices of protective col-
oration.
Most of .hem do not observe kashruth. but they do
not think that public observance of dietary law tends
to make a Jew conspicuous in the eyes of a non-Jew.
.Most of them do not speak Yiddish, but the speaking
of Yidc'ish in public does not make them feel uncom-
fortable. In his own study. Dr. Jospe established that
78 percent ol the students disapprove of the use or dis-
play of Christmas trees in Jewish homes. Nearly 90
percent would definitely reject any ramc change design-
ed to hide one's Jewish identity as being incompatible
with their sett-respect as Jews. Only 10 percent of the
Jewish students who were interviewed said they favor
intermarriage, while 84 percent said they are opposed
to mixed marriages.- Their objection to intermarriage
seems to be leas on religious grounds than because they
lcar their parents would not approve of it.
o
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Kennedy Pointed to Herzl at Zionist Confab
JOHN F. KENNEDY knew more aboutr
** Zionism than many Zionists. Here s^
is a true story. It was at the national |
convention of the Zionist Organizatioi
of America. The place, the Statlei
Hotel in New York City. The time
when Kennedy was a candidate for thi
Democratic nomination for the Presi
dency.
Most of the delegates at Zionist cor.
ventions are lairiy well posted on Ziomav aid tiers and
they certainly did not expect Mr. Kennedy to tell them
something about Theodor Herzl that they didn't know.
But he did.
At the time, Mr. Truman, later a warm supporter
ol Kennedy, had expressed himself in opposition on the
ground that he was too young for the Presidency. Mr.
Kennedy had read about it in the paper that morning
and, speaking at the Zionist convention, he referred to
it. "Well." he said, "I am glad to know that you Zion-
ists do not consider youth such an impediment. Your
great leader, Theodor Herzl, was only 36 when he found-
ed your great movement for the establishment of the
Jewish State."
Then Kennedy went on to dip further into more an-
(lent Jewish history. "And David, another great poli-
tical leader of Israel, was not old when he first chal-
lenged the Philistine giant, Goliath."
Little things are very indicative. Sherlock Holmes
had but or the way his heel was rubbed off to know that he came
from Australia and had a sheep ranch. Kennedy appar-
ently was quite versed in the story of Zionism to know
the age at which Herzl emerged as the great Jewish
leader.
This incident was recalled to me bv Isaac Carmel
a man who never missed Zionist conventions. Mr Car'
me also has the distinction of having seen Theodor Herzl
in the flesh. "You know," said Carmel, "Herzl and Ken
nedy were much alike physically-both tall and thin
Herzl was 44 when he died, Kennedy 46.
th 1SiiS6W0nalittF of both seemed ^ have captivated
LIZ d QS T^ aS their work" Who" Her? 2
Achad Haam, who had opposed most of the specific plan'
Of Herzl admitted the tremendous force of the '
Herzl had left in the Jewish mind ^%


1
Friday. January 3, 1964
* trwhii Flrrfctfon
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
. COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. C3C. 13797
VTHI.EEN LOUISE DAVIS,
Plaint Iff,
vs.
\.\Ols STEPHEN DAVIS",
Defendant..
ORDER TO APPEAR
Yol". FRANCIS STEPHEN DAVIS,
rifiiU nee unknown, hit required in
serve a copy of your answer to the
Complaint tor Divorce filed againsi
you, ii|)on Claude M. Barnes, Attor-
iii > for iilalmifr, 203 Calumet Bids-.,
Miami, Florida, and file the original
with ilie clerk of this Court ....... be-
fore i ho 3rd day of February, IUB4, if
you fall i" do m>, Judgment by de-
fault jii be taken against you foe the
relief demanded in km id Compami
Dated tills 27th day nf Deccml
1863.
B. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
ll>: K. M. I,V.V1.\.\
Deput) Clerk
______ 1/3-10-17-21
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IC.AL CIRCUIT. IN AND
DE COUNTY, FLORIDA
HANCERY, CASE NO.
63C 13790
CO .1. MICHAEI.SEN.
iff.
I
ci Je
Women'
Comity,
and edu
guest
session.
and lhe
a panel
Survival
leaders
A OLOA MICHAEI.SEN.
lant.
ce of publication
. .. J.iei.a .vi.ua miciiaelsen
<,p~ Call,- PaTsijr -X..: I entre K y
l.lndero. Reparto Bellamar,
i ojimar, Havana, Cuba.
YOU GABRIELA ol.C.A MICHAEL-
SEN, Cullc I'asaje No; 4 entre K v
l.lndero, Reparto Bella mar, Cojlmar,
Havana, Cuba, are required to file
your answer to the Complaint for
Divorce with the Clerk of the above
Court, and mtva a copy thereof upon
lino I'. Ncgrciti, Attorney, 910-11
Congress Bldg., Ill N'.E. 2nd Avenue.
Miami, Florida, on or before the 3rd
day of February, 1964, or else com-
plaint will be taken as confessed.
Dated this 2lilh day of Detenu.ei,
IIM.:i.
E. I!. LEATHERMAN
I Herk of the Circuit Court
(Ml) Bj : K. M. I.V.MAN
Deputy Clerk
___________________________1/3-1Q-17-24.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 12986
MAROARET WILLIAMS,
Plaintiff,
ELMER it. WILLIAMS,
I i. ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ELMER H. WILLIAMS
Residence I'llklloWIl
Vou, ELM Kit k. VviLLIAMS, are
hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
Serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
th Plaintiff's attorney, SAMUEL
MORRIS, i:is N.W. 36th street, Mi-
ami, 1'iorlda, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
belcre the 3rd da} ol February, 1984.
If you fail to do so, judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Hill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall he published once
ach week for lour consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH KI.UU1D1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 26th day of December,
A.D. 1963.
E. li. LF.ATIIKKMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade Qounty, Florida
(seal) By! C. P. COl'El.AND
Deputy Clerk
SAMUEL MORRIS, Esq.
1348 N.W. 16th Strut
Miami, Florida
Alt' rn.y for I'lalntiff
____________________________1 ,'3j_l n-17-21
NOTICE UNDEH
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KHATTINGER INTER*.iuo.>.u, at
iMi' West Ave., Miami Beach Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
ol' I he circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
KHATTINQER PUBLICATIONS,
INC., a N.V. Corp.
____________.___________________1/3-1"-! 1 -11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undecslgned, desiring to engage In
buslnuSS under the lieiitious name ol
DOCTORS OPTICAL at 6601 SW SOth
Street, Miami, Florida intend to reg-
ister s. id name with the Cieik of the
Circuit Court of Dade t'otintv, Fiorina.
JOHN F. McKENNA, M.D.
D. BLAKE M.ITMA.s, M.D.
AINsi.ee R. FEROIE
Atli rnej for Applicants
Suite i-ji', 2813 s.w. LeJeune Road
i oral Cables, I ioi Ida 33134
Telephone 448-24US
_______________________________1/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
hUMiie.s under the rietltlous name of
HA.\SEN BDl'CATIONAL MUSIC at
1842 West Ave., Miami Beach intends
to register salu name with the Clerk
or the Circuit Court of Dade County,
r lorlda,
ciias. H. HANSBN
MUSIC CORP., a N.Y. Corp.
1/3-10-17-24
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA iN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 13590
BARBARA ANN JOHNSTON
Plaintiff,
vs.
JACK UJ1AR JOHNSTON,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JACK I.A.MAIt JOHNSTON
1364 THORWOOO PLACE
COLUMBUS, olllo
You, Jack Lamar Johnston are here-
by notified that a DIM of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of'your Answer or Pleading to the
Dill of Complaint on Hie Plaintiff's
attorney, George A. O'Brien, Attor-
ney, 123 Aragoii Av,.....e. Coral Cables,
Florida and file the original Answer
or Heading in the office of the Clerk
of tiie Circuit Court on or before the
87th day- of January, 1964. If vou fail
to do so, judgment by default will
be taken against vou for the relief
demanded In the Bill of Complaint.
Ihis notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive Weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 19th day of December
H. B. L-EATHJ5RMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade Coiintv, Florida
(eal) By: k'. M. i.y.man,
___ Deputy Clerk
OEOROE A. O'BRIEN
Attorney at Law
i'im Aragon Avenue
Coral Cables, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
12/27, 1/3-10-17
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
fJenisti ihrtcttan
golicits your legal notice*.
Wo appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial FR 3-4605
for messenger service
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 13221
NORMAN C. SCHWAH2S,
L'laintirf,
vs.
MAHIIA N A. BGHWARZ,
Delcndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I": MARILYN A. SCHHAR2
229 West Fourth Street
New York 14, New York
You. MARILYN A. SCHWARZ, arc
hereby notified tli.it a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
agaioal you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Anawi r or Plead-
ing to the Mill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, PAUL KUIT-
NI-.Y, ESQ., 420 Lincoln Road, .Miami
lb ach 39, Florida an.i file Die original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk ol the Circuit Court on or
before the 13th day of January, 1964.
If you fail to do s i, judgment by de-
fault will b.- taken against you for
the rebel ueniamied in the Bill of
Complaint.
Tins notice shall be published once
each week tor tour consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOR1D1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami,
Florida, this lii day of December,
A.o. 1963,
L. B. l.KATHKl.'MAN, CI, rk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: L SNEEDEN,
Deputy Clerk
PAIL KWITNEY, ESQ.
Ii'n Lincoln Roa 1
Miami Beech 18, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
IS 13-2H-27, 1/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 13406
1.II.IA RODRIGUEZ LOOPER
Plaintiff,
vs.
FRANK EDWARD HOWARD,
I lefendnnt.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: PRANK EDWARD HOWARD
and If married,
...... Howard, his wife
1630 Second Sti eel
New Orleans. Louisiana
A Complaint for Partition and other
relief has been filed against you In-
volving the property in Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, to-wit:
Lot 4, Block r., BISCAYNE HIGH-
LANDS, B<.....riling to the Plat
thereof recorded In Plat Hook 46 a)
Page 26 of the Public Records of
I lade 'ouiity, Florida;
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or other pleading on
Plaintiff's attorney, HENRY M.
WAITZKN, 1770 Sans Souci Blvd..
North Miami. Florida, and file the
original In the oflice of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
21st day of January, 1966, or this
Complaint will lie taken as confessed
against you.
DATED this 13th day of December,
1903.
K. n. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
(seal) Hy: U SNEEDEN,
Deputy Clerk
12/20-27, 13-10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 13683
WILLIAM SLOWIK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
TESSIE SLOWIK,
I 'efellllaiU.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO; TESSIE SLOW IK
1*80 E. Ith Street
Brookl] a, N.Y.
You, TESSIE si.owik. ;,. hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has I.e. ll fled .,...... >.od
and you are required < Mrve e"iv
of your Answer or I'leadini; to the
lull oi t omolaini on in.- flat..tin s ,-
torney, Christie and Levensteln, ill l
< oral Way. Miami, Florida ami file
the original Answer or Pleading in the
Office Of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 3oth iiav of January
1984. If you rail to do s.., Judgment
l>) default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded In the Bill
oi complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each Week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH 1i.oi:idi.\N
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 23rd day of December
A.D. 1903.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
circuit Court, Dade Count} b lorlda
(seal) By: c. P. COPELANI >
Deputy Clerk
CHRISTIE & I. EVEN STEIN
1114 Coral Way
.Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
12 27. I .1-111-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 63 C 13450
SKP.ASTIANO IMPELLUSO,
Plaintiff,
vs.
VI Ml !ENZA IMI '!: 1.1.1 SO,
1 lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: Vlncetiza Impelluso
1057 Vincent Avenue
Bronx. New- York. N.Y.
You are hereby notified that a Cor
plaint fr Divorce barf been fib
against you, and you ai>r. uuired I i
serve a copy of your Answer i '
I'hading to the Coniulalnt for Divor,
on the plaintiffs attorneys, Talianoi
Waibr St Lltman, 42" Lincoln Roa>
Miami Beach, Florida, and file tl
original Answer or Pleading in tl
I office of the clerk ,.f the Clrcu
Court on or before the 20th day i '
I: ll wrv, 1984. If you fall to do s
liiiV" lit by default w'll be tak<
"ii for the rellei demand
la I .plaint for Divorce.
Do: ND ORDERED at Mian
his 18th day of Decemb. .
I ii
EATHERMAN, Clerk.
1 > .n i in, Dade County, Florid
. I seal) By: L. SNEEDEN,
l lepuly cbrk
Tallanoff, Win i I. ... :,
Attorni > ] i'hi in Iff
120 Lincoln I: a I
Miami Beach. I-'la.
12 20-27, 1/3- i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
NO. 63C 13716
ii.ene SHARON SPIES,
Plaintiff,
vs.
j RONALD GEORGE SPIES,
Defendant. ,
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Yor, ponald george spies,
27ni Woodland Avenue, Baltimore i">,
| Maryland, are hereby notified that a
111 I of Complaint for Divorce has be, 11
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your answer
thereto on Plaintiffs attorney, ALVIN
h', cawn. one Lincoln Road Build-
ing, Suite 218, Miami Beach, Florida,
and file the original In the Office of
ihe Clerk of the above court on or
before January 27. 1984, otherwise
Complaint will be taken as confessed.
i'A'l'i.I' this 33rd nay of December,
19113.
K. ll. LEATHERMAN
Cbrk, Circuit Court
(seal) By: L. SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
12 27. l ::-)"-l7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTS
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61597-C
IN RE: Estate of
MINNIE RESN1KOFF,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims oi Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you made have against
the eslate of Minnie Kesnikoff de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coiintx,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, In their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be haired.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 17lh
da) "i December. A.D. H"S3.
HEN UESNIKOIF
As Executor
First publication of this notlco on
the SOth day of December, iu3.
Tallanoff, Waller ^- Lltman
Attorney for Executor
120 Lincoln ltd., Miami Beach, Fla.
12/20-27. 1/3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
iip.r Cash *i c,rry Wholesale ilro-
cery at I4S0 Northwest -'2nd Street,
Miami, Dade County, Florida intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
STANDARD WHOLESALE
GROCERY <(>.
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1230 Northwest 23rd Street,
Miami. 11a.
ROBERT J. LEWISON
Attorney for Standard Wholesale
12/27,1/3-10-17
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MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS
Corporation Seals and Supplies
CHARLIE MERZ, Owner
613 N.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
NO. 63C 13522
JAMES THOMAS DUDLEY,
Plaintiff,
FRANCES .1ANE DUDLEY,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: FRANCES'JANE DUDLEY
SIS Sargent street t
ilolyoke, Massachusetts
You FRANCES JANE DUDLEY
are hereby notified that a mil of
Complaint for'Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
Berve a copy <>f your Answer or
Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on
ihe plaintiff's Attorney. GOLDMAN,
GOLDKTE1N A I'AC/.iElt. (401 West
Flagler Street, Miami, Florida and
file the original Answer or I'leading
in the office of the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court on or before the 20th day
of January, 1964. If you fail to do
so. Judgment by defaull will be taken
again*! you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
eaeb week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH I'l.' IRID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this iTth day of December,
A.D. 1963.
E. n. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(seal) Bj : C. P. OOPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(iolilman, Goldstein .*> Pacsler
24"l Wee) Flagler Street
.Miami. Fli rldnN'E .".-mils
Attorney i for Plaintiff
12 20-87. 1,3 10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 60869-A
IN RE: Estate of
ELSIE .MARTHA
1'. eea.sed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which yon may have against
the estate of ELSIE MARTHA de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County .Indites of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the sain,' in duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.Hi, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, Within six calendar months from
the time of the His, publication here-
of) or the same "ill be barred,
Daled at .Miami, Florida, this 10th
dry of December, A.D. 1963.
BENJAMIN MARTHA
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 27th day of December, 1963.
MALCOLM 11. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Executor
1 bib' Ibse.ij lie Du.lding
12 27, 1 3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61364-B
IN RE: Estate of
HYMAN wyi.i n ;i:
1 leeeased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditors ami All Persona Ha -
ing Claims or Demands Against Sai-i
Estate:
You are hereby notified and r- -
quired to present any claims and d. -
mauds which you may have again
the stale of HYMAN WYHMJK'd-
eased lat,. of D.ule Cmmty, Florid .
to the County Judges of Dade Coui -
ty, and file the same In duplicate ai
as provided In Section 783.16, lloii.
Statutes, In their offices in the Com -
ly Courthouse in Dad,. County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months fro .
the time of the first publication llei -
Of, or the same u ill be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this J'. '.
day of December, A.D. 1903.
SARAH WYLOGB
As Executrix
First publication of this notice i
li<- 20th day of December, 11163.
Sh.vin, Goodman & lloltzman
Dy: Sylvan N. lloltzman
Attorney for Executrix
346 s'eybold Elds.. Miami 82. Fla.
12/20-27. 1/8-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OVEN that
the und, reigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SATELLITE RECORDING STUDIOS
at S935 S.W. Eighth Street, Miami,
Florida intends to register said name
wiih the Clerk of the Circuit Court
oi Dade ('ounty, Florida.
FRED DEHNEY. sob- owner
Shevin, Goodman .< Holtsinan
Uy: Sylvan N. Holtsman
Attorney for Fred I'.ernev
346 Seybold Building
Miami 82, Fiorida
12 27, I l-Hi-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
STAR FRUIT COMPANY at P.O. Don
52-153, Miami, Fla., intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida,
NORMAN RUBINS" IN
HELEN B1LVBRSTEIN
Owners
12 20-27, I 3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
GOLDEN oi E till LIARDS ul 11021
N.W. 27th Ave, Miami. Fhi. intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the ('ircuil i lourt of I lade Count].
Florida.
DOMINIC B. DeSTEFANO
Sole 1 >\\ ||er
S. Philip Malspi is
Attorne) lu: owner
12/13-fO-Sr, I t
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl
the undersigned, desiring to engage la
business under the fictitious name
WEST COAST-EAST SURF SHOP ut
137 Fifth St., .Miami Beach, Fla., in-
tend to register said name with tie
Cbrk of the Circuit Court of Da ,
Counti. Florida.
i; en E es< -i i en I ii: ENNER
RICHARD F1CHTMAN
TOM GHADY
Owners
12 20-27, 1/3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hereby given ti i
the undersigned, desiring to enga--
In business under the fictitious nan
of P \- R LIQUIDATORS at 67 I
Bird lioad, in the City of South M -
ami, Florida, intend to register t
said name With the Clerk of the CI
cult Court of Dade County. Florida
Dated at Miami Beach, Florida, t!
2nd day of December, 1063
MITCHELL POTTER
EDWARD ROBBIN8
GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF
Al toi my for Applicant
; 12" Lincoln Bos I
I Miami BeaCh, Fla.
12 13-20-27. 1 I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61515-A
IN RE: Estate of
LENA LEVIN,
I leeeased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor- and All Persons 11.. -
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and i -
quired in present any claims and it -
minds which you may have again-1
the -state of LENA LEVIN deceased
late of Hade County, Florida, to the
Courtly Judges of Dade County, and
file the -.roe in duplie ,te and as pro-
vlded In Section 733.16, Florida Sta
utes, in ib, i, office in the Coun
Courthouse in Dade County, Plori
within i- calendar months from the
ioi" of the flrsi publication hen
or the sane- will be b im d.
Dated al Miami, Florida, ibis
day oi | >eci mln r, A.D, 1963.
SAMl'EL KATZ
\< i.\. i utor
Firs! pui licatli n of this notice
the 13th day of December, 1963,
SMITH .v MANDLBR
i Hai ry B, Smith)
Attorney for Estate of l.en.i Levin
4U7 Lincoln im., Miami Beach, Fla.
12 13-20-27,
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Friday. January^
OM VISIT TO BRATZLAVER SHRINE
Hassidim Report Courteous
Treatment by Soviet Hosts f
____ .~L- ,wa, Th.the sroup to the tomb ar watch-
Ready to pour at
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combined Youth
ment last Sunday
any moment is the eflicient lyn Rothman, Mrs. Israel Teitch. Mrs. Robert
crew at Temple Emanu-El's Frank, Mrs. Jack Fox. Mrs. Harry Brick. Mrs.
and Confirmation Depart- Leonard Richelson, and Mrs. David Berger.
Left to right are Mrs. Mari- ^______________________________
NEW YORK (JTA) The
mayor of Uman, Ukrania, person-
! ally e?corted a group of 11 Has-
Hi ic Jews from Brooklyn to the
tomb of the Bratzlaver Rebbc,
which they had received special
permission to visit, the leader of
the group reported here this week
Rabbi Leon Rosenfeld, leader of
the Bratzlaver sect in Brooklyn,
said he and his 10 followers con-
! ducted rites at the tomb in Uman
ol Rabbi Nachman of Bratzlav.
v ho died in 1810, and who is rev-
red as one of the great 18th
century lenders of the movement
La Eastern Europe.
The mayor and his deputy led
the toup to the tomb ar watch-
ed the rites. The mayo, ^n in-
vited the group to an ofjta.'* Mn-
quet at the town's hou.. ine
Hassidim accepted the imitation
but ate the kosher food :ey had
brought with them. Raj* : Rosen-
leld said his group had een im-
pressed by the courtesy and in-
lercst shown by the S i*t ofr
ficiaJs.
When the group arc**-, toll
hotel, the street vvasJagrant
persons who wanted J major
American visitors to(
RabM said. The 11 v our
1 allowed to stay in Um*vto
' da v. however. # '''"
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Cohen to Head
Services Unit
For Federation
Edward Cohen, administrative
director of Temple Israel, will
again serve as chairman of the
Communal Services Division for
the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal,
it was announced by Dr. Irving
Lehrman, chairman of the CJA
campaign.
As chairman of the division, one
of the first to organize for the
1964 drive. Cohen will coordinate
participation of the division com-
posed of professional staff mem-
bers of the synagogues and reli-
gious schools of Greater Miami,
and the professional staff mem-
bers of the voluntary health and
welfare agencies of the commun-
ity, whose members work closely
with the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
In addition to being administra-
tive director of Temple Israel, the
new chairman has served on the
Miami Armed Services Commit-
tee of the Jewish Welfare Board.
A former newspaperman, Cohen
is editor of the NATA Quarterly,
a member of the National Board
of the National Association of
Temple Administrators, and a
member of the Executive Com-
mittee of the South Florida Fed-
eration of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations.
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Dr. Shapiro Keynotes
Women's Conference
j
I
Dr. Judah J. Shapiro, secretary
of the National Foundation for
Jewish Culture, and former na-
tional director of the B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundations, will be key-
note speaker at the Pattern for
Survival educational conference
on Thursday, Jan. 16, it was an-
nounced by Mrs. Charles P. Fein-
berg, chairman of the day.
The function is scheduled lor the
DiLido Hotel.
Co-sponsored by the Federation
of Jewish Women and the Jewish
Women's Organizations of Dade
Coui.ty, Dr. Shapiro, noted author
and educator, will be the honored
guest speaker at the afternoon
session. Preceding Dr. Shapiro
and the luncheon program will be
a panel discussion on "Pattern for
Survival" at which Federation
leaders and other communal agen-
cies in the local community will
be participants.
The women's groups will then
form two pane' sessions, one for
the discussion of "Youth in Our
Changing World." and the second
ioi the discussion of "The Civil
Rights StruggleIt's Effect on
Our Community and Our Coun-
try."
Dr. Shapiro has traveled exten-
sively throughout Europe and
North Africa, and has made many
visits to Israel. In 1957 and 1961,
he reveived awards for the best
papers on Jewish Communal Ser-
vice. Dr. Shapiro was the direc-
tor of Cultural and Educational
Heconstruction of the JDC, with
offices in Paris, serving from
1948 to 1954 in the efforts at Jew-
ish communal reconstruction af-
ter the war. His responsibilities
extended to Europe. North Africa,
and Israel.
Immediately following the JDC
a-signment, Dr. Shapiro accepted
an invitation to develop the cul-
tural program of the Conference
on Jewish Material Claims
Against Germany, involving schol-
arship and fellowship grants, con-
struction of schools, training of
teachers, publications and re-
search on the Nazi era.
In addition to Mrs. Feinberg.
members of the Federation of
Jewish Women heading the educa-
tional conference are Mrs. Sol
Goldstein, program chairman;
Mrs. Larry Friedland, arrange-
ments chairman; and Mrs. Jean
C. Lehman, organization coordi-
nating chairman.
Trio to Head Young
Women's CJA Unit
Announcement that a trio of
% oung women leaders, Mrs. Mar-
shall S. Harris, Mrs. Albert Wein-1
traub and Mrs. Sam Luby Jr.,
will head the 1964 program of the
Yuung Women's Division of Com-i
-tned Jewish Appeal was made
this week by Mrs. Carl Weinkle,
1964 Women's Division chairman. |
"1 look forward to these three
Tropical Body
Slates Auction
Greater Miami Chapter of De-
h.irah will hold a member-bring-1
a-member luncheon at the Barce-
lona Hotel on Tuesday noon.
Mrs. Benjamin Duckman, chair-
man for the afternoon, will pre-
teal the program which includes|
the honoring of all life members, j
Special guest will be Judge Milton j
.). Wallace.
Committe members are Mos-
(ames Eugene Schwarz, Mark
Wallace, and Mildred Auslander.
Mrs. Morris Weinberger is pres-
ident.
young women, all of whom have
munity, as a source for the con-
tinuation and growth of the Young
Women's Division," Mrs. Weinkle
stated.
"I am especially proud that they
will lead the program of educa-
tion and support for CJA be-
cause I look to the younger women
of the community as the future
leaders of our Federation and of
every worthy civic and philan-
thropic program in the commun-
ity."
In the 1964 program of the
Young Women's Division, the trio
leaders will serve in the follow
irg positions: Mrs. Harris, educa-
tion chairman; Mrs. Weintraub,
division chairman; and Mrs. Luby.
Young Women's CJA campaign
chairman.
Through a series of meetings,
coffees and luncheons, the Young
Women's Group last year told the
Federation story to future women
leaders of the community in all
parts of Dade County. In 1964,
they plan to expand their partici-
pation in the CJA and Federation
and also to increase their sup-
port of the 57 agencies supported
by the one annual Miami com-
munity drive.
Heading the 1964 campaign and program of the Young Wom-
en's Division of Combined Jewish Appeal are (left to right]
Mrs. Marshall S. Harris, education chairman; Mrs Albeit
Weintraub, division chairman; and Mrs. Sam Luby Jr., divis-
ion CJA campaign chairman.
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"World
' cjTewxsli Floridblan.
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 3, 1964
Section 3
Planning for the educational conference to be gram chairman; Mrs. Charles P. Feinberc,
held by the Federation of Jewish Women on chairman of the day; Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, cc-
Jan. 16 is in the capable hands of these lead- ordinating organization chairman; and Mrs
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Friday, January 3, 1964

Zamora Ladies
P'cii? Functions
Paid-up membership party on
Werire.-dny night for Temple Za-
j mora Sisterhood will be sponsor-
( by Mrs. Snm Miller.
A fashion show will be present-
c by Acincs Lingerie, of Coral
Gabl's, and refreshments will be
served.
Jaruary Circle hostesses will
also be in charge of a "Mad Ha<-
fers" luncheon on Wednesday,
.T^n. 15. in the Temple, and a buf-
fet supper and card party plan-
ned for Saturday, Jan. 25.
Circle hostesses, who will also
help with Oneg Shabbats during
January include Mesdames Sam
Altman. Louis Fried; Harry Green,
Sam Hir.sh, Harry Kaminoff, Wil-
liam Lauretz, Joe Roisman, Adolph
Rosenthal. Ruby Shear, Israel
Singer, Oscar Smukler.
Mrs. Joan Comay (left), noted Israeli author and lecturer, pre-
sents to Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers the Woman of the Year
Award of the American Friends of the Hebrew University.
Benjamin Meyers, as an expression of his pride in his wife's
achievements, and in keeping with the theme of the Award
Luncheon, "Peace Through Education," announced a full
maintenance scholarship at the Hebrew University in Jeru-
salem.
500 Women Gather at Luncheon
Honoring Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers
At the Woman of the Year
Award luncheon honoring Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers last Friday,
the leaders of many women's or-
ganizations in Greater Miami gath-
ed to express their admiration
and respect for the honoree, as!
well as their dedication to the!
theme of the occasion, "Peace!
Through Education."
In presenting the award Joan
(Mrs. Michael) Comay, wife of the
Israel Ambassador to the United!
Nations, told the over 500 women;
who gathered at the Fontainebleau
Hotel how vital a role the Hebrew
University is playing today in the
progress of the newly-developing
countries, "not only in Africa but
in your own hemisphere."
According to Mrs. Comay, "A
team of graduates of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem is at pres-
ent in Jamaica, instructing the
citizens of that new nation in mod-
ern agricultural methods."
Mrs. Comay lauded Mrs. Meyers
and the women of Greater Miami
American Friends "for their under-
standing and support of the He-
Deborah Chapter
Member Lunch
Regular luncheon meeting of
Tropical Chapter, American Med-
ical Center at Denver, will be
held on Friday noon at (he Deau-
ville Hotel.
Mrs. Herbert Cohen, program
chairman, is in charge of the day,
which will feature a white ele-
phant sale and auction, with Mrs.
Jack Gioman, auctioneer.
President of the group is Mrs.
Bertram Thorpe.
President to Visit
State department president,
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliaries
ot Florida, Mrs. Bernard Wander,
will make an official visit and
obligate new members of the Nor-
man Bruce Brown Auxiliary 174
on Tuesday. 8 p.m., at Pythian
Hall, 4601 W. Flagler St.
brew University, which is not only
developing the eventual leader-
ship for the State of Israel but is
also the source of leadership-pre-
paration for many of the new
small nations."
As an expression of his inter-
est in the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem and his pride in the
award to his wife, Benjamin Mey-
ers will sponsor a full maintenance
scholarship for an eligible student
at the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem during the coming year.
Others making scholarship gifts
were Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin,
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Turner, Miss
Jeanette Prisament, Mrs. Irving
E. Miller, Mrs. Hyman Herman
and Mrs. Eve Schacht.
In Greater Miami, additions were
made to established scholarship
and student loan funds by Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack S. Popick, president of
:hc South Florida Division of the j
Friends, and Mr. and Mrs. Abra-;
ham I. Uslander, as well as Dr. |
and Mrs. Herman Ausubel to the
dental school.
Participating in the program
was noted violinist Joan Field, ac-[
companied by Florence Kutzen.
Bernard Cherrick, vice presi-'
dent, Boarl of Governors of the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, |
brought greetings from the Givat |
Ram campus and made a presen- \
tjlion to Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro,
with her husband a new founder I
of the rew campus of the Hebrew
University.
Announcement was made of ad- j
ditional Greater Miami founders.!
Dr. and Mrs. Philip Gotlieb, who I
joins founders Mr. and Mrs. Jack
S. Popick, Charles Charcowsky.
Sirs, Charles Charcowsky, Mr.
find Mrs. David Provus and Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin.
Chairman of the event was Mrs.
Max Weitz. Invocation was de-'
livered by Mrs. Leonard Rosen,:
and Mrs. Jack S. Popick, award
chairman, participated in the pro-'
giam. Greetings from the presi-
dent, Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, key-
noted the Woman of ihe Year
luncheon.
Anchors Aweigh
For Hadassah
Florida Region of Hadassah will
be represented by more than 100
women and their husbands on a
seven-day cruise aboard the Zim
liner SS Jerusalem leaving Satur-
day for San Juan, Puerto Rico,
and St. Thomas in the Virgin Is-
lands.
One of the women on board will
be Mrs. Phyllis Reuben, who won
a free cruise as top prize in the
recently-concluded regional mem-
bership drive. Mrs. Reuben, who
came to the United States from
England only a year ago, recruit-
ed 15 new members during the
drive.
Hadassah Chapters from seven
Florida cities, including Miami,
Miami Beach, Orlando, Clearwat-
er, Jacksonville, Tampa and St.
Petersburg, will be on board for
this cruise, the first ever spon-
sored by Hadassah on a regional
level, with Zim Lines acting as co-
sponsor.
The Atlanta Chapter of Hadas-
sah also plans to send a small
group to join the cruise.
The. Sisterhood of Temple Menorah has sent Barbara Segal,
the USY leader of the Temple's teen-age group, as delegate
to the national USY convention in Washington, D.C., Elsie
Belsky, Sisterhood president announced. Barbara, a past
president of USY, is active in the group and helps the Relig-
ious School staff. She is a senior at Miami Beach High School.
and will bring back a report to the Sisterhood. __________
Janice Feld Will Play on Sunday
On Sunday, 4 p.m., in the Dixie pupil of Cyrus Ullian of Ft. Lau-
Room of the Musicians Club of oerdale.
America, concert will feature A senior at Southwest Miami
,, ,, High School, last year Miss Feld
Jamce Feld, pianist. w* secon;, prizc in the orches.
Miss Feld, daughter of Mr. and tration contest held by the All-
Mrs. Max P. Feld of Miami, is a! Miami Youth Symphony.
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Greater Miami Chapters of Mizrachi Women's
Organization of America present a National
Award of Distinction to Leo Mindlin, executive
editor of The Jewish Floridian, "for his dedica-
tion to Jewish education both here and in Is-
rael." Left to right are Mesdames Jacob Davis,
Julius Rosenstein, Jerry Schwartz, Alex Shave-
witz, Israel Teitch, Joseph Weishaus, Pauline
Grundwerg, Edith Brenner, Doncld Schraoer
and Alfred Stone, coordinator for Florida Miz-
rachi Women. Presentation was at a joint
meeting of the chupters in the Hebrew Acad-
emy, where Mindlin addressed the gathering.
Riegers Mark
53rd Anniversary
Doc. 25 has been an important
dale lor Mr. and Mrs Joseph
(Cclia) Riegcr, 250 Meridian Ave.,
Since 1910. Now celebrating the
53rd year of their marriage which
tonk place on that day, the date
has become a traditional one for
weddings throughout the Rieger
.amily.
Their son, I'at, was married 28
years ago: on Dec. 25; grandson
Martin Blachter. chose it for his'
nuptials in 1960, and a great-
granddaughter picked it for her
birthday two years ago.
Joseph Kieger, 73', who came to
the United States from Austria in
1907, and nis Russian-born wife.
Celia, 70, were also partners in j
business.
When they retired from their
New York City Seventh- Avenue
manufacturing firm 6ix years ago,
they came to Miami Beach and
Immediately became active in
several organizations. In addition
to visiting hospital patients, they
affiliated with Civil Defense, Odd
MR. AND NIKS. JOSEPH RIEGER
Fellows, Rebekahs. Masons and
Biseayne Democratic Club.
They also belong to Golden Ring
Club 1 which sponsored a party
fcr the Riegers last Tuesday. Here
for the festivities were the Pat
Ricgers. Martin Blachters with
daughter Sherry, and the Rieger
daughter and son-in-law, Hannah
ind Jules Barnett.
Beth Am Will Honor Members
Jewish Women's Council School Will
Be Dedicated to Late President Kennedy
old Rand, Herbert Young, Sidney
Schwartz. Harry M. Kapian, Dor-
othy Krieger Fink, Alfred Viener,
Larry Kassnian. Meyer Baskin.
and Philip Pearlman
At Friday evening services,
Temple Beth Am will honor the
following members: Mr. and Mrs.
Alan Kessler. Mr. and Mrs. Jay I.
Kislak. Cantor and Mrs. Charles^
Kodner, Mr. and Mrs. David Korn-!
berg, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kus-
ner, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Laks, Mr. j
I and Mrs, Bernard Lash, Mr. and
1 Mrs. Irving Lax, Mr. and Mrs. Abe
I.etkove.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Leibert,
Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Leidner, Mr.
and Mrs. Lou Leonard, Dr. and
Mrs. Seymour Leopold, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Levinson, Dr. and
Mrs. Melvin Levinson, Mr. and
Mrs. Jay Lcshaw, Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Levinson, Mr. and Mrs.
David Light, Mr. and Mrs. George
Light and Miss Marilyn Light.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers will
dedicate the National Council of
Jewish Women School for Com-
munity Action to the memory of
the late President John Fitzgerald
. Kennedy on Wednesday, Jan. 8,
at Temple Beth Shoiom.
The second day of the Kennedy
School for Community Action will
take p^ace two weeks later, on
Jan. 22 in the same place.
"Council members and their
guests will intensify their deter-
% mination to continue to work for
the principles, beliefs and ideals
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individual that there is much she
can do about complex public prob-
lems, that she can learn, too, what
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"Mrs. Serotta and her curricul-
um committee are accenting the
subject of 'Equal Opportunity for
Youth' as among the most chal-
I lenging issues facing the nation,
not only in terms of human heart-
break, but in impact on the econ-
omy," said Mrs. Aaron Farr,
j school director.
Committee to act as seminar
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Mesdames Jerome Benson, Irv-
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Discussing "Books and Bagels with the Rabbi" are (left to right)
Mrs. Harry E. Wolk and Mrs. Ben Goldstein, co-chairmen;
Mrs. Leo Levin, president of Sisterhood; and Mrs. Sanford
Levine, president of the PTA.
Review Series Emanu-EI Cruise
At Beth Sholom
The Deed." by Gerald Frank.
be the first in a series of
took reviews to be offered by Rab-
>i Leon Kronish, spiritual leader
Temple Beth Sholom. on Wed
et : evening, Jan. 14.
To be known as "Books and
&g :- with the Rabbi." the series
HI also include "Strength to
Li*ve." by Martin Luther King.
?fT>. 9; "YevtushenkoAn Auto-
lography," Mar. 8; "The Shoes of
"he Fisherman." Morris West.
ipr. 12; and a Broadway hit play
be announced. May 13.
Co-chairmen of the project are
Irs. Harry E. Wolk and Mrs. Ben
Joldstein. Proceeds will go to-
aid support of the Beth Sholom1
Library of Judaica.
Sisterhood, Brotherhood and
PTA Of Temple Emanu-EI are
sponsoring an exciting seven-day
cruise to the Caribbean, leaving
Jan. 11 on the SS Jerusalem. Mrs.
Alexander Kogan is Sisterhood
president, and Miss Lillian Good-
man is chairman of the Cruise
Committee.
Beach Chapters
Plan Meetings
Herzl Group of Hadassah will
old its regular monthly meeting
ionday noon at the Algiers Hotel,
'olored slides entitled "Hospital
ailed Hadassah." will be shown,
ith narration by Mrs, Albert G\
Levin. Presiding will be Mrs!
tarn Meiselman.
e
Hanna Senesch Group will hold
s regular meeting on Mondav.
2:30 p.m.. at the Algiers Hotel
.-hort business meeting will be
'Howed by cards. President i
Irs. Henrietta Lorber.
Or Oiom Lists
Chantka Winners
Winners in the Chanuka home
decorating contest sponsored by
Temple Or Olom were:
Adult division. Phyllis Weiss-
man; combined adult and children.
Denise Matlin and Roz Nathan-
son; children's original design,1
Gary Hecht. age 8. Jay Potluck 10. I
Roy and Richard Blumfield. twins, ||
age 9.
Children's original decoration,
Debbie Raskin. 9, Steven Wein-i
traub, 9, Renae Weintraub. 7, Deb-
bie Levenson, 11. and Kathy Mar-!
tin, 11; children's original scene,'
Annie Lefkowitz. 12, Laurie Lef-j
kowitz. 8. Kathy Green, 11, Luriej
Green. 9. Rochelle Binklcr, 8, and'
Shirley Shultz. 16.
Judges were Mrs. William Sied-:
man, Mrs. Ted Sloan, Mrs. Max!
Forman and Mrs. Emery Green. |
Parents who participated in a
Chanuka workshop presented to
the Sunday School under the direc-;
tion of Mrs. Emery Green Includ-
ed Mrs. Murray Rosenberg. Mrs.'
William Siedman, Mrs. Joe Leh-
man and Jack Raymond.
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Jeffrey Lehrmans
Off to Nassau
On Honeymoon
Barbara Zuekerman and Jeffrey
Lelirnian were married in 7:3(1
otlock vows on Dec. 28 at the
AlL'iors Hotel, with Kabbi Mayer
Abramowitz officiating.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Bertram Zuckcrman.
331 Nautilus Dr. The groom-
parents arc Mrs Herman Bog-
di.-li, of Miami Beaeh. and Mr.
William Lehrman, New York.
Miid of honor was Susan Zuck-
crinan. Linda Schrank, Linda
Weissman, Barbara Warren and
lri- Holt/man were bridesmaids.
Bonald Lehrman acted as best
ma'i. and ushers were Edward
Sch rank. Jeffrey Steele. Bruce
Paltrow. and Julian Epstein.
For her wedding, the bride chose
a designers gown in ivory satin
laced peau de soie designed with
a -culptureci neckline of reem-
hroiJered alencon lace. The
sleeves were enhance.! with lace
insert* from shoulders to point on
haul, and the gown featured a
bell skirt. A flat bow at the back
waist with lace panniers termi-
nated into a chapel train.
Tiers of imported silk illusion
[ell from an imported cluster of
pcarlizcd orange blossoms high
lighted with aurora pearls.
Ncwiywed Mrs. Lehrman grad-
uated from Miami Beach High.
School, attended the University of]
Honda, and is a senior in the |
School of Education at the I'niver-
sit\ of Miami.
The groom graduated from Mi-
ami Beach High and is a senior
;it Tulane. His fraternity is Sig-1
ma Alpha Mu.
Reception and dinner followed
it the Algiers. They are honey-;
mi'Oiiing in Nassau.
Susan Gordon
Now Mrs. Abel
Miss Susan Lee Cordon became
Mrs. Irving Abel in 2 p.m. rites
*t Beth David Congregation on
Dec. 23. Rabbi Norman N. Sha-j,
piro officiated at the double ring]
ceremony. A reception followed
at the home of the bride.
The former Miss Gordon is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Leon-
ard J. Gordon, 1423 SW 17th Ter.,
The groom is the son of Mr. and |
Mis. Lewis Abel, 2946 SW 36th \
A\e.
Maid of honor was Judith Bakst..
with Jack Mitchell Jr. acting as
best man.
Ncwiywed Mrs. Abel graduated,
with a BS degree in nursing from,
the Florida State University School
of Nursing.
The groom received a BS de-
gree in engineering from the Uni-
versity of Miami. He is an aero-
space engineer with the National,
Aeronautics and Space Adminis-I
nation in Hampton. Va.
Following a wedding trip
through Florida, Georgia, North
and South Carolina, the couple
will uve in Hampton, Va.
Pllklnsioa
MRS. IRVING ABU
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Blacks Say Vows
On New Year's
Marilyn Elaine Kirsner is now
the bride of Dr. Burton Black.
The couple exchanged wedding
vows before Rabbi Irving Lehr
man at Doral Country Club in one
o'clock ceremonies on New Year's
Day.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Myer Kirsner, 19400 NE
18th Ct., No. Miami Beach. The
groom ic. the sen of Mr. and Mrs.
George Black. U122 Bay Kd..
Miami Beach.
Matron of Donor was the bride's
sister. Mrs. Bernard Schinder
Dr. Arnold Flci.-her. of New
York, was best man. Ushers in-
clude i Benard Schinder, Larrie
Blasberg, Allen Stretcher and Wil-
liam Ka-e,
The bride wore a white silk peau
de soie gown with bodice of bead-
ed alencon lace and long tapered
sleeves, featuring an empire line
and controlled Bkirt which termi
r.dted into a flowing chapel train
topped by :. huge flower.
Her matching beaded alencon
lace veil was a tiara of French
imported illusion.
Ncwiywed Mrs. Black received
B BBA degree trom the University
Of Miami. Her husband received
his Doctor c;f Veterinary Medicine
degree from Auburn University.
Reception followed the cere-
mony. The couple are living at
8115 Hawthorne St., Miami Beach.
Miss Rubin Now
Mrs. Feinberg
In Beach Vows
Miss Maxine Beryl Rubin, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E.
Rubin. Of 2121 SW 16th St.. be-
came the bride of Bernard M.
Feinberg, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris D. Feinberg. 1701 NW 15th
SI. Rd., on Sunday. 6 p.m., at the
Diplomat Hotel.
Kelly green and gold floral
'ecor were used in a candlelight
setting. Rabbi Samuel April per-
formed the ceremony using the
double ring service
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, chose a Moor-length
{OWO of silk peau de soie fashion-
ed with a wide portrait neckline
and long sleeves of alencon lace
and seed pearls. Her fitted bod-
ice contrasted with the opulent
sweep of the -kirt and chapel
train with lavish touches of alen-
con lace.
Her silk illusion veil fell from
i silk peau do soie rose enhanced
with pearls. She carried a cas-
cade bouquet of white roses cen-
tred with white orchids.
Mrs. Allen Busch. sister of the
bride, was matron of honor. Brides-
maids were Mrs. Bernard Jalfee.
Miss Ruth Garrett. and Ann-
Charlene Dresner.
Best man was Larry Wolfe,
brother-in-law of the groom. Ush-
ers were Byron Dresner, Bert
Bloom and Irving Haberman.
The bride graduated from Miami
High and attended the University I
~>t Miami. The groom graduated;
from Miami Senior High School,
and he received his degree m,
civil engineering at the Univer-
sity of Miami. He is currently'
.oing research for the University
Of Miami.
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Lubovs Reveal
Vicki's Betrothc!
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey A. Lubov,
o| St. Paul. Minn., announce the
engagement of their daughter.
\ ic-ki Rao. to Lloyd Stephen
ttern, son of Mrs Sara Stern and
the late N. Herman Stern. 9700
W. Buy Harbor Dr., and Hyannis,
Mass
Miss Lubov attended Ihe timer
ity of Miami.
Her fiance is a graduate ol
Graham-Eckes School. Palm
Beach, the University Of Miami.
where he was atfiliated with Phi
Epsilon Pi Fraternity, and is cur-
rently attending University of
Florida School of Law.
Diana Sandier
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sandier ..
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Roberta Diana, to San
uel Mark, son of Dr. and Mr .
Herman Meyer, 2470 SW 24tn S-.
A June 7 wedding is planned.
Her Tamid Men's Club
Members of the local chapter
ol Delta Sigmu Nu Fraternity.
sponsored by the Temple Ner
Tamid Men's Club, will play host
to their brothers from Baltimore
In a fun-tilled week in Miami
Beach. Myles Trallns is president
if the local chapter.

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Afternoon tea on Dec. 23 at
the i'ine Tree Dr. home of Jean
(Mrs. Morris) Lansburgh honor-
ed beautiful bride-to-be' Barbara
Hereog Co-hosting, Ruth
(R. W. Green and Aliee (Mrs.
Seymour) Rubin Daughter
of Mrs. Selma Heriog, Barbara
will be married on Sunday af-
ternoon at Temple Beth Sholoni
to Philip Huber, son of Shirley
and Abe Huber The soon
to-be Mrs. Huber was toasted in
song and pink bubbly which c'eli-
nitely was not tea Sharing
some of the spotlight. Mrs. Rose
M a h a r a n. the bridegroom's
grandmother, celebrating her
birthday, as well as first grand-
child's marriage .
Other guests included Phyllis
(Mrs. Albert) Pollak. Beryl
(Mrs. Abe) Schonfeld. Mrs. Ber-
nie (Iloseanne) Kornblum, and
Rose (Mrs. Sam) Segal.
Houseguesting with her sister
through mid-January, Mrs. Sal-
ly Hoffman, of Long Island.
NY., at the home of Rosalind and
Leonard Zilberl in North Bav
Island .
Shunning the conventional and
usual New Year celebrations,
Kev and Morgan Levy ushered
out the old year with a cocktail
party in their South Miami home
on Sunday Merry-makers in-
cluded Irene and Bill Baros,
Rhona and Marvin Guberman,
Caryl and Hank Lubow. Grace
and stu Shapiro, Elaine and Sy
Cohen. Rose and Lou Coverman,
Sal and Jack Baum, Irv and
Marilyn Marcus.
Large festive holiday party-
Dec. 24 at the King Cole hosted
by the Turchins, Lillian and Bob,
and the Blums, Terri and Bob
Guests enjoying the gaiety
an 1 others relishing the late
butfet supper included the Emil
Mortons, Dr. Leonard and Ron-
nie Jacohson, stunning Meryl
Young, two sets of Sirkins. Vera
ar.d Eddie. Miriam and Milton,
Inez and Ralph Shere, Florence
and Morris Green, and Beryl and
Abe Schonfeld.
Deauville crowded with fes-
tive holiday groups enjoying
popular entertainer Sammy Dav-
is Jr. Among those ringside
Dec. 25, Hilda and Judge Charles
Gertler with their two prettv
(laughters. Susan and husband
Peter Olin. Trudi, on vacation
from Sarah Laurence, and escort
Mori Cuwan, Aliami-n attending
MIT Two sets Oi Fines. San-
dy and Jack, parents t Ronald
wiiii his kively missus, Barbara
. Mora attractive women in
lovely gowns, Lorraine Salomon
and daughter Susan Levin with
spouses Harvey and Peter .
Yvctte ard Mickey Kraus. mo-!
militarily awaiting news that I
daughter Xikki (Mrs. Jack)!
Press has made them grandparH
cuts .
Later, in the DeauviUe'S Cava-
lier Room, Jay Lansburgh enter-:
tained at a midnight champagne
supper in honor of his birthday
. Guests included son Morris
and hi-; Jean, beautiful, blond
Esther Levitz, Ruth and Bei
nard Fuller, Mildred and Phi
Simons, ana all the Gertlers who
simply w dked from one room ir ]
the hotel to the other,
West Coast visitors for Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur (Lillian) Schaf-
lei. of 2018 SW 17th St. ... Son
Neil, in his Junior year at the
University of Southern Cali-
fornia, where he is Studying to
be an air space engineer, is home
for the holidays And son
Martin, an electrical engineer
with Litton Co. in Canoga Park,
Calif., here with wile Betty and
their two Offspring, Davi.1 3 and
Mark 1 Both are alums of
Miami Senior High and Univer-
versity of Miami Betty's
parents are Alice and Sam Wcin-
baum.
Friday, January 3, 1964 ^^j
Empire Gown
For Ruth Ash
Miss Arlcnc Uulh. 4*lv.-*nd
Am. Id Clifford Newman were
married on Saturday evening, Dec.
-, | j Rabbi Theodore s. Ross at
the Americana Hotel in Ken Ifork
City.
The parents of the couple are
Mr. and Mrs, Joseph A.h. 4465
No. Jefferson A\c.. .Miami Beach,
and Mr. and Mrs Joseph. New-
man, of New Garden Hills, n.y.
The bride wore an empire uuwn
of white satin with an overskirt
ct Spanish lace and carried an
arrangement oi stephanotU on a
Mrs. Arnold Gilbert, titter of
the bridegroom, was matron of
honor, and Mr. Gilbert served as
besl man.
Bn esmaids were Hiss Joan
Kratish. of Miami Beach and Chi-
cago; Mis- Nancy Klein, of Miami
Beach and New York; Miss Caro-
lyn Goldberg, of Bostor, Mass ;
and Mrs. Sheila Kassewitz, of
Miami Beach.
Ushers were Stuart Newman,
Alan Shnapier, Robert Snyder and
Norman Snyder. all cousins oi the
groom.
Mr. and Mis. Newman are both
graduates of the University of
Miami, The bride's fraternity
was l"ii Sigma Delta After a
wedding trip to Arizona, the New-
mat will live in California.
f
MRS. ARNOLD NEWMAN
Newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Steve
M. Colbert honeymooning on
Miami Beach They're from
Detroit where the groom is asso-
ciated with J. L. Hudson Depart-
ment Store Pretty bride is a
student at Wayne University
The Junior Rosichans, Ellen
and Richard H., here from Buf-
falo for a holiday visit with the
senior Rosichans, Claire and
Arthur .
Houseguesting with Mayor and
Mrs. Shepard Broad, Daniel Su
dencky, of Tel Aviv, Israel's
foremost director of travel-tours.
Lillian Pcrlman, who used to
devote her energies and talents
to being a Hadassah veep, ha?
spent the last nine months track
ing around the country with her
winning stable of harness horse
. Now back in town after the
Roosevelt Raceway season clos
ed recentlv.
Mrs. Krissel In Bridal Satin
Cromwell Offers
Special Plan
Abe Getter's new Kosher Crom-
"cll Hotel offers the modified
American plan at S8 per day, per
person from Jan. 4 to 20 and
thereafter at $11.
The new Kosher Cromwell, on
the oeeanfront at 20th St., is of-
ferins these prices, including
Decor of white, blue and gold at' racl; his maternal grandmother.
Beth David provided the setting Mrs. Rose Levine, New York Citv; ,
tor the candlelight double ring and the brides maternal grand- meal* f ,._,:
ceremony uniting the former Wes-I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney "',''., ,v lin JlMn
ee Carol Miekelson and Michael Wallace, of Walton N.Y rT I radio in
Krissel on Sunday evening Dec. Newlvwed Mrs KrL.t I. ^ T ^^^ J^***
-d by Cantor^^r1 K^JKX "^ ^^ **** ~*
In a traditionally Orthodox cere- University of Miami Her hu
'?.?" Si*"!*?-? ,heSrcom bad has a degree in account.,,
in Miami
S^e,K=. W irom W* f Miam!! obseTed
<,. has specialized
Beach since 1945.
Dietary laws and Sabbath are
under strict Orthodox
with
Rabbinical supervision,
Machgiach on premises.
The world famous Cantor Jacob
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lace. The four-tiered French il-
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Bride-matron was Mrs. AI Ad-
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Louise Miekelson and Mori Beth
Miekelson, served as maid of hon-
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Crisel and Linda Wallace.
Best man to the bridegroom
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MRS. JlffRtY WASStKMAN
IWassermans
Off to Europe
Now honeymooning ft Europe,
( former Joann Zelnick and .iff
\ Bruce Was-erman exchanged
arriage vows on Sunday, Dec.
The early evening ceremony
conducted by Kabhi Max A
.( I it/ and held at the Balmoral
lotel, where a reception follow-
The i>ridi is the daughter of
lr and Mr- Irving Melnick, 921
W 171th Ter. Her husband's par
r.ta are Mr. and Mrs. Mac Artzt.
?300 NK lL'th Ave.
Attending the couple were Mrs.
.irol Kehler, matron of honor,
Dd Albert Gardner, best man.
Now with Central Stationers,
iVasserman attended the Univer-
ity of Miami Both he and his
ife graduated from Miami Nor-
ind High.
Maranz, Feshman
Married Here
ollowlng a honeymoon trip
hrou?h Florida-, Mr. and Mrs.
h ii i Marani will live in Miami.
:ventng ceremony on Sunday,
lee. 22; eras officiated by Rabbi
!red Waxman at the DiLido
loll I. whin a reception follow-
d the ruptials.
The former Arlere Phyllis Fish
ran, daughter of Mrs. Jeanne
Mshman. 2800 SW 2..r, Ter.. and
be late Samuel S. Flshmtt, the
ride graduated from Miami Sen-
i High :>ivi attended the Umver-
ty of Florida. Diane Fishman
eiveil i.s her maid of honor.
Now attending Dade County
lunior College, the bridegroom is
i graduate of Edison Institute of
lavana. His parents are Mr. and
Mrs Saul Maianz, 1326 Pennsyl-
vania Ave.
Best man was Phillip Kreiez-
iuir. with Michael Rubin. Ivan
UosfcowitZ, Karon Mannis. Ben
>tcinman, Jaime Suchlicki and
Eric Naiburg, groomsmen.

i: Allen Beclte
MRS. HABVIY SWICKlt
W'H'iitT-K.ihn
r.'.RS. MORRIS MARANZ
Swickle, Mudrick
Married Here
On Dec. 28
Sandra A Mudrick and Harvey
S. Swickle were married Satur-
day. Dec. 28. in the Seville Hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Mudrick. 4321
Post Ave. She is a graduate of
Miami Beach Senior High and at-
tended Dade County Junior Col-
lege.
Presently enrolled in the School1
(I Criminology and Corrections at
Florida State I'niver.sity, the
bridegroom is an alumnus of Mi-
ami Beach Senior High and Dade
County Junior College. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Swickle, 1024 Venetian Way.
Miss Weinstein
To Wed Mexican
Mr. and Mrs. [aider Weinstein,
7720 B< run Ave.. announce the en-
ment ol their daughter. Ruth.
to Jose Cielak. son of Mr. :i:: .Mrs. Daniel Cielak, of Mexico
City, Mex.
A graduate of Miami Beach
High, the tuture hrice is a liiiij
cum laude graduate of Brandeis
Iniversity and i received a Mas
icr's degree in government from
ColnmWi University in 1963
A graduate of Institute Tech-
rologico de Monterrey, where he
majored in accounting and bu-i-
oess administration, the pcoapec
live bridegroom, a cpa. is pres-
ently associated with Recubri-
n.uao- Milaiicos de Mexico.
A wedding in New York on
Mar. 1 is planned.
Reishmans Tell
Zelda's Betrothal
The engagement of Zelda Fleish-
man and John Michael Schwebel,
0565 Sartona St.. is announced by
the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Fleishman. 2270 SW
28th St.
Mr. an:! Mrs. M. Mac Schwebel.
oi White Plains, NY., parents of
the prospective bridegroom, are
in Miami for the occasion.
Miss Fleischman is a graduate
oi Miami Senior High and attend-
ed Miami Dade Junior College
arrl the Iniversity of Miami.
Her fiance, now attending !he
School of Education at the Uni-
versity ot Miami, is a graduate
f liacklev School for Boys.

MISS RUTH miNSUIH
Mcnorah Sisterhood
Temple Menorah Sisterhood held
a New Year's Eve party in the
social hall on Tuesday. Chairmen
were Mrs Milton Singer. Mrs.
Murray Wed, Mrs. Rita Epstein
aid Mrs. Sam Belsky, president.
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MISS ZELDA HtiSHMAN
itudents Ready For Contest
Students at Beth Torah Congre
ation are already preparing to
. rticipate in the National Bible
litest scheduled for March.
\ Beth Torah student. Jonathan
h.imres, was Southern U.S. Win-
er in 1959 and later place eighth
the i .itional tmals.
Faculty advisor is Alexander
|Atiron. who meets every two
ks to help prepare the Beth
rah contestants. Among them
/ Good News for Everyone!
Effective January J,
Sharon Berenstein. Toby Cavell,
Amy Dean. Emily Hess, I'atti
Karp. Anne Kaskal, Fran MiSOnn-l
nick, Jessica Snyder, Sam Snyder. |
Karen Stern. Marr.i Taylor. Irene
Turner, Annie Kay Sturman. Max
Sturman, Kenee Book. Risa Adler,,
Nancy Kloth. Lois Elfenbein..
Michael Cohen. Jcrrold llornstein.
Scott Kaye. Burt Levy. Michael
Lows. Michael I'atipa. Randy
Phillips, Herbert Schimek.
Anticipated
PA Dividend
Per Year
Paid and
Compounded
Quarterly
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THE OFFICERS and DIRECTORS
of the
Hebrew Academy
The Hebrew Academy Women The Hebrew Academy P.T.A.
and the Students and Faculty
Join in extending their Heartfelt Condolences
to the family of the late
Fannie Rosen
BELOVED MOTHER OF
LEONARD ROSEN, Chairman of the Boaid of Directors
JACK ROSEN, Member of the Board of Directors
MRS. SYLVIA SANDLER, Member of the Board of Directors
of the.Hebrew Academy Women
LOUIS MERWITZER
President
GLORIA ROSNER
President, Hebrew Academy P.T.A.
DOROTHY ROSEN
President Hebrew Academy Women
RABBI ALEXANDER S. CROSS
Principml
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Friday. January 3. 1964
Miss Bernard
Weds Student
At the Diplomat
Miss Susan Bernard, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Bernard 172
NK 122nd St.. became the bride
NE 122nd St.. -.v...... .
of Edward Shmunes. of Jackson-
ville. Fla.. in 6:30 p.m. rites at
(he Diplomat Country Club on Dec.
30. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz of-
ficiated.
The sroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Shmunes. ot Jackson-
ville.
For her wedding, the bride
" Doro,hM,o^ 5 born in Toronto. Canada. She took a business chose a white, p.* desole floj*
i ursc and" enjoyed being "in business." II was definitely "the thing" length sweeping t
work in the Canadian National Exhibition. Dorothy was
During her lunch break, she was eating
I ining lengin swacpuw no o------
demon- scalloped neck and bodice ol chan
kosher tilly lace embroidered with seec
cKt sho ncarls Illusion veiling fell froiv
ratine Dcrtume. During her uincn Drew, sne was cmiim ...... ..-..-- ,. .
Pa.,d sandwich. Leonard, her future husband, thought she pearls. Illusion veiHng fell from
Jked mighty good to him and wangled an introduction. Dorothy her lace coronet headdress.
i lieken sa
,ked mighty good to him and wangled an introduction, uoro.ny ^- ^
.. sists t was the sandwich that looked so good. <- """ .. RiM.
Dorothv was brought up in an atmos- white stephanotis on a Bibk.
Boiii her parents were in- Matron of honor for her new sis-
affairs. She recalls that' ter in law was Mrs Ruth Bern-
Mrs. Gayle Groom, Mrs.
jt was ( a Friedman and Miss Lea Bus-
phere of giving,
volved in community
DOROTHY
most oi the time they
ing room table because
ways covered with prizes lor the Talmud
T(.rah or other fund raising campaign.
helped in collecting and distributing
baskets, and with all oi her mother's projects.
and also was active in Young Judea.
For the first two years ol their marriage,
the Rosens traveled fas! and furiously,
Dcrotny wanted lo settle down an:
baby. So they sellled in Baltimore and had
three babies. Linda, now Mrs. Larry Hey-
man. has a child of her ov n, Steven.
Ronald goes to Wharton, and Sandy at-
tends Bais Yaakov. a Hebrew Academy lor
couldn't use the din- stein.
almost al- Linda Friedman and Miss
bridesmaids
She
Iniid
but
have a
She determined to help the Academy achieve its
Presently she's president of Hebrew
They know it and
T
; ie
i building site
i earn, a modern school plant
-" cademy Women. She was vice president of the Shore I'nit ol Can-
cer and is also involved in Israel Bonds. Combined Jewish Appeal,
.. id Hebrew University.
Dorothy and Leonard are both fundraisers
ve it. Dorothy claims that every dinner they go to is a fund rais-
i ig affair. Brought up on it, they both find it a challenge. Leonard.
. ccording to his wife, and a.; Miamians are linding out, is a spec-
..cjlar person. Not only does he give, but he gives of himself.
id gets others to give.
What is so special abcu. him. according til Dorothy, is the tact
. :at when he does things ior others, he doesn t discuss it. He loves
1 > share what he likes with others. If he's reading a book that he
. links is tops, he immediately sends copies to his friends.
The Rosen home is always open. Dorothy loves to have teas,
i. re meetings and fund-raising affairs at her house, which lends
sell so beautifully lor these types of affair. In addition, their din-1
r table is always set for extra guestsno one ever knows who or
>.. many Leonard will bring home.
Dorothy and Leonard like to travel. In Israel, after seeing all
C :he wonderful work thai has been done and what is lelt to do. they
I iild hardly wait to hurry home and start working.
* *
x STORK ON THE DOOR
There was a cute stork hanging on the door of the Dr. Arthur
ilbert home in South Miami. But he already had been inside, and
- ie brand new baby was presented to an amiring and charmed all-
iance. Even the cigars said Mark IV, but that was purely coinci-
ental. Si>sie (Mrs. Frederick) Scher and Linda (Mrs. Richard)
I rickman were romparing noles about their sons, Steven and Ken-
eth, who had been born a y-ar ago that same day. Among guests
ere Dotty and Leon Karlan. Sylvia and Sidney Lelcourt, Mrs. Her
I ert Scher, Men Ie and Bernard Loring, Barbara and Marvin Gilman
'r. and Mis. I'eritz Schcinberg, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Beber, Janet
nd Marshall Pepper, Ann and Irving Greenfield Jr., Fran and Bur-
I m Levey, of course, the proud grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Larrv
ilbert and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Myers, and Mrs. Mendel Scheinber-
id .Mrs. Cecil Myers, the two great grandmothers
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HE ELEVENTH COMMANDMENT
. 1 Pra,vneTv\! "Sft ^ ***? "5? "^ LCn **"* "fr homc
A\c.. the blue and white sign read Thou Shalt Enjoy
soy were ..............
Ronald Levin was besl man. and
ushers included Ronald Friedman.
Robert Levin and Ivan Diamond.
The bride went Ie North Miami
High, where she was a National
M( ril Scholar. She graduated from
the L'niversity of Florida, where
sh< a- a member "I Alpha Lamb-
da Delia honorary and treasurer
oi Delta Tin Epsilon
The groom went to Landon High
School iii Jacksonville and the I m
versity of Florida, where he be-
longed te Fia Sigma honorarj
a
ml
Girls. In Baltimore, Dorothj was a volun-
, a cancer group specializing in children On arriving in Miami. phj- |u. ^ ^
heard about and saw the Hebrew Academy in operation at is w| t|u, VdicalCollc^c o| Alabaina
i H,ilnrmir.nn to holi 111.- &c:n l,m \' .'lehieve Us ......
and is presently in his junior year
r-Kah
MRS. MfRCY KUVANS
Georgia Rogatz
Eyes May Rites
The engagement of Miss Georgia
Lee Rogatz and Jeffrey David
Dickson was announced here this
week
The bride-to-be is the daughter
w >
MRS. fDWJRD SHMUNfS
at the University of Florida Mod
leal School
Reception followed the wedding
VVi < nei K i :
MRS. Mil HICMT
ii the Diplomat Country Club, The
i pli will be living in Games
ille
Hecht. Malkin
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated
at the wedding of Janet Malkin
and Mel lleeht on Dec. 29. The
couple exchanged 130 p.m. vows
at Temple Fmanii-EI.
The bride is the daughter ot Mr
and Mrs. Mai Malkin. 445 S Shore
Dr. The groom is the son of Mr.
David lleeht. 112114 El Rado, Coral
Gables.
Maid of honor was Madeline
Malkin. Mrs. Deborah Odzer was
matron of honor. Peter Pere acted
as best man.
The bride chose a tloor-length
peau de sine gown with alenCOfl
lace bodice and lace applique at
the front. Her three-tiered veil
Live on Beach
a tiara of crvstal and
fell from
pearl
The bride graduated Irom Miami
Reach High School and is present
ly working with \\ IOD Radio. The
groom graduated from Miami High
and the University of Miami. He
altended Hebrew Inion College in
Cincinnati. ().. and Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem. He teaches
at Temple Beth Am and TemprV
Israel.
Reception honoring the couple
followed at the Honey Plaza Ho
tel. After a honeymoon in the
Catskills. they will be at borne at
1144 Marseilles Dr.. Miami Beach
Miss Wishnatzki Marries Student
Elinor Wishnatzki chose a form-1 Newlywcd Mrs Klivans gradu
I white silk mist with aled from the University of Flor-
Belgian lace front panel for her
wedding to Jeffrej David Klivans.
The couple were married at
Doral Country Club in 7 p.m. rites
ida mi Dec. 18 with a Bachelor of
Ails degree, and her sorority was
Delta Phi Epsilon. The groom is
studying for a Master's degree in
...... *......" 1 i*. 111. 1 lies -......--, *' a .udaici s utrjjrc,.- in
on Dec. 28. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot business at Indiana University. He
1 a: Hi-it ,. officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Lester Wishnatzki. Lake-
land. Fla The groom's parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Howard Klivans
302 W. Dilado Dr.. Miami Beach.
Maid of honor for her sister was
Miss Susan Wishnatzki Brides-
maids included Susan and Kathv
Klivans. Suvan Michael and San
'onmc i >.T ,S U!'ndt'rcd through the spacious flower-filled "' Mrs. Henry Rogatz. 2923 Louise Klivans Si,.
onoro TheSH"^/"'rsh the grounds enjoying themselves, all in St.. and the late Mr Rogatz. Her dVa WoC Bes m' """t S"n-
The nS, oLp Z ? l'JC' daUgh,er '" Lillian and ,he Rabbi- Hance is the son ol Mr :in" Mrs. Levitan ma" W" Larr>' *
;wramr^ *- -.p=:
-tted htr own. There were two ed Dade Junior College and is now
nannies, Mrs. Sarah Austta and Mrs Lena Kromsh ', wcrc lwo ed,Da Junto' College and is now
In, Seymour Wasserman, Mrs. Mur ay L M m ,?''" W ""*** ^ "K' ,8W f,rm
ith their combined e.gh.'children from New ?ort ""*' Mam,>" %**"' ""* "'"' NUr'"
round like a lost sheep-hs Ed th in ,1 fiW W"8 "U*rt*g Navy
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mart ,n look-alike orange jackets which the M,,nu IW, ^J00,^! """led May 24.
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graduate oi
Senior High School
is now serving with the l s
received his Bachelor's decree
from the University oUFlorida. His
fraternity was Pi Lambda Phi.
Reception followed at the Dora!
Country Club. After a honeymoon
in Jamaica, the couple will be at
home at 508 East Cottage Dr..
Bloomington, Ind.
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ISRAEL Bond- ; Greater Miami
" presided the Ambassadors
lull on Saturday evening ai the
Fantei&ebleau Hotel. Emissar-
ies of foreign governments as
well a.s several young ladies who
made their debut were present-
er! to Avraham llarman. Am-
bassador fi i>rael to the United
States.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
i hair-mar of the Women's Divi
ion, presided over the presents
ons : i- iwn was a Dior
Original in silver blue satin
I ink velvet floral leaves were
uppliqued around the neckline,
.inch dipped to a km V in the
back, and pannier- streamed to
the floe Horn the appliques
Mosl guests wore floor-length
gowns Ms Kmii Morton's two
piece v lite ehitlon was com
pletely i overed with hand-em
broiderei silver caviar bead-
Topping her full-length sheath
was a I p-length overblouse with
a deep COwled front neckline
which swung open in back. Mrs
S.iin Ltiby chose a black satin
uith jet bogdc beads covering
her gown. Her scooped neckline
v as detailed with a deep band
ol the DUg4e beads. Mrs. Max
Weils' brocaded -ilk was the
color o. the American Beano
rose, anu lur utU.il Dodice had
.i mOdrQed pepiiiiii Hare over
'lie bip:>.
lulRS. Leonard Rosen, whose
" husband was chairman of
the evening, chose a champagne-
colored brocade set off with
i :mch n ilk encircling the neck
line nr-ci three quarters-length
sleeves, An emerald green sat
in nrocade was worn by Mrs.
Joseph ohen. Matching color-
ed lai- appliques covered her
bodied,* and they were reem
broidered with sequins Mrs
Paul Faske'a two-piece black
peau de soie featured a white
sequincd overblouse with a scroll
pattern embroidered in black
bugle bea..s.
Oriental opulance was chosen
by Mrs. Ben Essen. Her white
satin gown was one she recently
had made in Hong Kong, fea-
turing a high mandarin collar
and a swirled bodice olosing.
Completely covered with hand-
beaded, satin lined bugle- and
caviar beads, it also had a high
-lit on "lie side of the floor-
length sheath. Mrs. Maurice
Revitz .]-" chose white Her
satin gown had white sequins
encrusted over the fitted bod-
ice; and the -heath skirt was
framed in Goya red satin that
lined the white overskiii which
flared open in front Mrs Clara
Bevitz wore a gold gown with
gold sequins and bugle beads
covering her scoopecl-neck fitted
bodice.
Mrs. Carl Weinkle was in a
rose pink peau de soie with crys-
tal pink.wiviar beads embroid-
ered on her gown. Ice blue
satin was worn by Mrs. David
Ponve. Caviar beads and rhine-
stones were embroidered in a
floral spray pattern, and a
matching cape completed her
ensemble. Mrs Benjamin
Sharp's gown and coat were of
iridescent white matelasse with
tear drop crystals on the bodice.
A gold brocaded bodice topped
the black satin sheath skirt worn
by Mrs. Harry Simonhoif. and
her stole was of the same bro-
caded fabric.
LJRS. Joseph Krefetz chose a
" gold silk gown with a deep
panel insert at the hemline.
Gold sequins covered the facing
on the panel and framed the
jeweled insert Mrs. Milton Lu-
barr's black crepe featured a
short modified capelette bodice
with self-covered buttons down
the back Her daughter. Elayne,
who was presented at a previous
ball, chose a cranberry silk and
mohair with an A line silhouette
skirt.
Black velvet with a wide band
of white mink slashed low across
the bodice was worn bv Mrs.
F'hilip Revitz. The mink dipped
to a decollete line in the back.
Mrs. Benjamin Zimmerman's,
beige cHIffon featured a bodice;
with softly curved drapes which
followed the scoop of her neck-
line. Black silk crepe with a
bateau neckline and red roses
low over one hip was the choice
of Mrs. Marshall Feuer.
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lulRS. Irving Cypen's gown and
"* coat were of embossed gold'
lame with ranch mink cuffs on;
the coat. Both the coat and|
gown had high rounded neck-'
lines. White brocade was worn
by Mrs. Herminc Bauer. Her
three-quartered matching coat
featured an interesting flared
back. Miss Judith Elson's white
satin gown was embroidered in
a scroll motif with silver beadsj
across the bodice. American!
beauty red silk satin was the j
fabric in Mrs. Manuel Yavelow'si
gown. Asymetrieally draped
over the hips, the drape con-1
Untied to the back where it was!
caught and then dropped to
court train length.
Mrs. A J. Schlossman design-
ed her white alencon lace gown.
The nightly-fitted gown was re-
em broidered with star-shaped
sequins, and had a black silk-
satin flounce which began ar the
knee and ended at wide fullness
al the tloor
Benita Machtey, Attorney Married in Dec. 29 Vows
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'the couple exchanged wedding
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The bride is the daughter of
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4435 S\V 13th St., Miami. The
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Students Plan
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Dr. and Mrs. J. Armande Porias,
I2."> Luenga Ave., announce the
betrothal ol their daughter, Ina.
to Robert M. Kaplan, of Van-
couver, British Columbia. Can.
The future bride received her
Bachelor's degree in music from
the Universit) ol Miami in 1961
and recently completed her Mas-
ter's degree at Michigan state
l diversity, where she was an
arti-tpupil ol the tamed duo-piano
icon ol Luboshutz and Nemenoff.
she has appeared throughout Flor-
ida and Dade County In recitals
and opera-, and is a member of
Siga Alpha Iota and Pi Kappa
Lambda, national musical honor-
ei le-
Son of Mi. and Mrs. Albert Kap-
lan, the prospective bridegroom
received his Bachelor's degree
irom the University of British
Columbia, his Masters from Har-
vard University, and Is presently,
an instructor at Michigan State
I nivertitj while working for a
PhD.
A June wedding is planned.
Separate County for Beach
"Should Miami Beach Become a
Separate County?" will be dis-
cussed by Rep. C. Carey Matthews,
chairman of Dade's House delega-
tion, and Mayor of Miami Beach
Melvin J. Richard with Chaim
Rose, moderator, on Friday. 8
pin in the Washington Federal.
1234 Washington Ave.
din:
Maid ol honor was Michael Ann
Rabbi S, M. Machtei, uncle of Russell Harold Klapper acted as
the bride, officiated at the wed- best man.
The bride chose a white peau
:'c soie gown and carried a bou-
quet of white orchid roses and
stephanotis,
She went to Miami Senior High
School and graduated from the
University of Florida. Her sor-
ority was Alpha Epsilon Phi. and
she is a teacher at South Miami
Elementary School.
Her husband went to the Uni-
versity of Florida, where he be-
longed to Pi Lambda Pi Fratern-
ity. He is a graduate of Har-
\ard Law School.
MRS. SIDNEY SCHRtlDtll
Schreidell, Cohen
Exchange Vows
Beth Di'vid was the setting
for a double ring ceremony on
Thanksgiving Day uniting the for-
mer Myra Cohen and Sidney
Frank Schreidell, son of Mrs. Ber-
nard Schreidell. of 1239 S\V 23rd
St. The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cohen, of 141
NE 174th St., No. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro and
Cantor Wm. Lipson officiated at
the ceremony followed by a din-
ner in honor of the young couple
al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Kellner, ol 2315 SW 5th Ave.
Out-of-town relatives and friends
were Mrs Lou Ginsberg. Miss
Dora Kellner and Mrs. S. Schklov
en, of Baltimore, Md.; Mr. and
Mrs. Ted Krawitz. of Washington,
D.C.; and Michael Rubier, of
Gainesville.
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MRS. JOSEPH PEIKEN
Diplomat Wedding
For Feaken, Tcsfeb
The former Leslie Tabb, attend'
I by her sisters Stephanie Tabb
I tid' Madeleine Tabb, became the
i ride of Joseph Mark I'eiken on
Saturday, Dee. 2S. Officiating
,!>bi at the 7 o'clock ceremony
'. as Dr. Irving Lehrman.
Held at the Diplomat Country
!nb. a reception followed the
ipiials. When they return from
honeymoon in Jamaica, the
hi pie will live ai 1790 NE 117th
] cl., San Souci.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol
abb, 12805 Biscayne Bay Dr.. the
ride plan- to teach mathematics
illfcwing her graduation from the
diversity ol Miami in January,
Her husband is an accountant
nl attended the University of
liami. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Peiken. 2060 NE 194th
Ter. Alan Peiken, his brother,
rved as best man, and the bride's
rother, Peter Tabb, and Fred
liller were groomsmen.
Wei n.T-Knh
MRS. LOWS HATES
Hayes, Kradman
En Beach Rites
The Algiers Hotel was the set-
I ig for the wedding ceremonj
' 'jPtiMT Hi Ihfi fQTjnjBr Rochelle
ir.da Kradman and Louis David
...yes on Saturday, Dec. 21, with
hbbi Isaac Ever officiating at
iie late evening nuptials.
Attended by the bridegroom's
ister, the bride wore a full-length
jwn and train "I white peau de
,ie ornamented with applique- of
.ice and beating. A pill box with
. .te and beading on the crown
It ild the puffy veil.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David
Kradman, 780 73rd St., Mrs
i yes in a graduate ol Miami
Beach High.
Presently recreation director ai
Surfside Recreation Dept., the
bridegroom is attending Dade
Junior College. A Miami High
graduate, he has served in the
U.S. Marine Corps. He is the son
ol Mrs. Rose Hayes, 1710 Meridian
Ave.
Serving as best man was the
bride's brother. Stanley Kradman,
and ushers included George Lus-
tig, Donald Klein. Steve Katz. Bar
rj Levlnson, Richie Berger and
Jay Katzen
When they return from a honey-
moon at the Concord Hotel, Moil
ticello, N.Y.. the newlyweds will
live at 193G Normandy Dr.
MRS. LAWRENCE ROSENBLATT
Rosenblatts WiS! \
Live in Gables
i: rbara Saner and Lawrence
i.blatt were married Werlnes-
Dei 25. by Itablii Saimnl
parents of the newlyweds are
Mr and Mrs. Maurice A. Sagcr.
SW 14th Ter., and Mr. and
Mrs David E. Rosenblatt, 2281
0 ral Way.
The couple both attended the
University ol Florida, where she
was a member of Alpha Epsilon
Phi Sorority, and he was a mem-
bo ol Alpha Epsilon PI Social
Fraternity.
Alter a honevmoor. trip to Nas-
sau, tli" couple will live in Coral
Gables
Rabbi Brooks to Speak
Rabbi Hershel h.uoks will lec-
ture on the "History of Jewish
Law" in the Adult education pro-
gram oi Temple Zamora on Mon-
lay at 8 p in.
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MRS. STUART LIEBLEIN
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Live in New York
Lynn Peal became the bride of
Julian Rice in 7 o'clock rites at
the Pontainbleau Hotel on Dec. 7.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Peal. 5240
No. Bay R.I. The groom's par-
ent- are Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Rice. Walwaukee, Wise.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. of
Temple Ner Tamid, officiated at
the wedding ceremony.
The bride attended Beach High
and the University of Miami. The
groom went to the University of
Wisconsin and City College of
New York.
Sit-down dinner followed the
wedding at the Pontainbleau. The
couple will live at 18 w 70th st
New York City
Karen MifHeman
Chooses Brocade
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro of-
ficiated at the marriage of Linda
Karen Mittleman and Stuart Ir-
win Lleblein held in the late even-
ing of Sunday, Dec. 22. at the Bal-
moral Hotel, where a reception
followed the ceremony.
For the nuptials, the bride
chose a white silk brocaded suit
with sequinned blouse and carried
white roses and orchids. Her
only attendant was Sheila Heller.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jonas
Mittleman. 9240 SW 59th St., Mrs.
Lleblein is a graduate of Coral
Gables High and has a degree in
education from the University of
Miami.
A pre-med student at the Uni-
versity of Miami, the bridegroom
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
bert Lieblein. 12705 Biseayne Bay
Dr. Serving as his best man was
Stanley Lieblein.
Following a honeymoon in Mi-
ami Beach, the young couple will!
live at 8940 SW 68th St., Kendall
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Saturday morning services.
Chabner is a past president of I
Btth El and currentlv serves as
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Training School Dinner
Miami Beach Home and Tr;n
ni'4 School for Retarded jfewis
Children. M3 Dnexel Avc. -i
bold its annual dinner dance .
Hie Alfiers Hold en Sunday, Ja
lit. in oknrge ol ajrraagatncn
are Mrs. Ella Wallma.-. and Mr
Etora Blafctenki, Chairman
Mrs. Harry Brick.
it
xly MarriagesAre They a Good Idea?"
is the subject of a discussion initiated by a
lei ol 1een-agers at one oi eight different
:ussion groups conducted by the YMHA of
ater Miami at its tenth annual teen-age
clave in the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Discus-
sion leader was Jeannette Schwartz (center),
director of Family Life Education for the "Y."
Teen panelists in the picture are (left to right)
Dick Rudolph. Gail Schweitzer. Gail Steinlink
and Gary DePalo.
is Feel Jewish Community Life
a Secure Future in America
Ldsh community life has a se-
futurc in America, in the
of delegates al a work-
|devoted to this subject at th<-
annual teen-age conclave ol.
"M and YWHA of (ireater
bi held at the Dupont Plaza
{expressed by one of the dele
the Jewish heritage has
too long to conceive of
^ing but a positive response
question posed at the work-
"Will Jewish Community
Survive in America?" The
|that Jews in America are
fly linked to Jews through-'
world, not only by a com-1
religion but also by years of
bag, and the fact of the
kof Israel combined to coun-
doubts about the future. I
response to more specific,
ons, the delegates at this |
came up with the follow-
pnclusions:
There is no conflict between
ince to America and to Juda-
lincc Judaism advocates al-;
fee to one's own country.
ncreased integration of Jew-
jple into all phases of Amer-
flifc will not weaken their
j"uadism. Rather, this ap-
to be working in the op-
directlon, in that it hasi
Jews more relaxed about
their Jewish identification Ask-
ed whether they thought Jewish
life in America would grow or de-
cline, the overwhelming major-
ity indicated an affirmative opin-
ion.
On tne question of whether
younger Jewish families are con-
tinuing to t; so their children as
.lew.-, the fe. ling was quite strong
tiiat this was not only true but
perhaps more so than in previous
generations. Among the reasons
given was that there is a greater
diversity of types of religious edu-
cation from which to choose, and
that rabbis and religious educa-
tors have become more patient
and understanding of young peo-
ple.
On the subject of intermar-
riage, tfte following opinions were
expressed: Although they were
aware of the increasing trend to
intermarriage, they did not per-
sonally know too many friends
who were involved; while it was
possible for a marriage between
two faiths to work out well if the
individuals achieved a good under*
sianding. a large majority of the
delegates felt that such a mar-
riage waul 1 most likely place a
BKat Strain on the children be-
cause .of divided loyalties in re-
gard to religious identification.!
and for this reason would be un-
bound.
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MAX CAffSHAG
dom Workshop
ites Talks Here
fern day advertising and the
ophy ol Spinoza will be fea-
in two discussions schedul-
the Westbrookc Country
[Wisdom Workshop for Jan-
Worksnnp, a usctt're group
meel at the club, 8500 on
rail, twice each month, is
to inteifsted persona,
Un, lu, Julian Burg, DMai
the Bwg Advertising Corn-
KmII discuss '.Madison Avc-
p^temakers." while The
Jid Philosophy of Spinoza"
Hie subject of a round-
pscufsion on Jan. 24.
Garshag Named
To Third Term
By Social Club
Max Gaishag will be installed
for his third term as president of
Miami Inendlv Social Club on
Sunday, Jan. 12. 2 p.m.. at Beth
El. 500 S\V 17th Avc.
Other ofiicen on the slate in-
clude fsidor Silver. Dave Cash-
wan, vice presidents; Charles
Sokol, Mrs. Mincrv.i Cohen, Mrs.
Liiui Rovaer, Mrs. Jacob Weiss.;
Mcrataries; Joseph Braff, tre.i>-
t rer; Max Click. Yail Shulman.j
sergeants al arms.
Members of the board are Mr.
and Mrs Max Abramovitz, Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Aronson, Mrs. |
Joseph Braff, Mrs. Max Click,
'.oiiis Itovner. Louis Stillman.;
Irs. Yail Shulman. Mrs. Minnie'
iteiglitz, Mrs. Rose Cortes.
Refreshments will be servo.l.
On the relative values of tradi-
tional or more liberalized forms
of Judaism's contribution to the
survival ol Jew ish life, the opin-
ions took the position that all
.lews have basically the same be
liel's despile the apparent differ-
ences in ritual; that, although the
trend among younger families to-
day appears to be in the direction
of more liberalized practice, there
is a danger of eliminating too
many traditional observances. In
the last analysis, it is the amount
of conviction that one brings to
one's religious beiicts that counts
more than the specific form it
takes.
When it comes to maintain-
ing one's Jewish identification in
a largely non-Jewish culture, the
teen-agers felt that this presents
no problems to them; they ex
pressed a feeling of being quite
comfortable in showing their Jew '
ish belonging while maintaining
warm and triendly relations with
non-Jewish students at school;
however, despite the ease of iden-1
tification, it was admitted that'
observing all of the traditional
customs is not nearly as well
maintained.
In discussing the role thati
they could play as Jewish teen-i
agers in the preservation of Juda-i
ism. they pointed out that belong-
ing to YMHA clubs provided one.
ol their best outlets; some of the
delegates said that the clubs gave'
them the opportunity to keep their
Jewish tics, to do worthwhile com-'
munity service for Jewish causes'
and to demonstrate their pride in
their affiliation.
Some 300 teen-agers attended J
the annual event, which also dis-i
cussed such topics as "Where is I
the American Negro Revolution'
Heading?." '"What is the Mean-
ing of President Kennedy's Assass
ination ," "Why Do Teens Drop1
Out of School and What Can be1
Pone" and "Where Do Teen-
Gel Their Moral Standards?"
Dr. Werner A. Baum. vice pres
ident of the University <>i Miami,
was keynote speaker in an ad j
rc-s on "Teens Probe the Major
Questions of the Day."
CJA Unit Will
Tour Aged Home
A tour of the new Ablm Mem-
ionai Pavilion of the Jewish Home
i"i the Aged will be a special at-
I traction ol the CJA Communal
Sendees Division cocktail party
taking place Wednesday at the
Jewish Home for the Aged, it was
! ar.nourced by Edward C< hen. d.-
visioa chairman.
Cehen. who serves as. adminis-
trative dir.--i.tor of Temple Israel.'
is again chairing the drive of the
Mivision. composed of professional
-talf members ol the leading reli-'
gious schools and voluntary an.;
social work agencies in the com-1
munity.
"Last year Communal Services,
Division went 20 percent above its :
goal in our campaign for CJA,"'
Cohen said. "This year, F know
we will all get behind our new
campaign chairman. Dr. Irving
Lchrman. and show him that the'
division shares with him his in- ~
tense dedication to the welfare of [Temple Beth Shiran
Farband Slates
Confab Report
(haim Wiezmann Draneh
I-'arband will hold its regul
monthly meeting on Tuesday,
p.m., at the Washington Feeler
Auditorium on Normandy Isle.
Delegates to the Farband natio
;.l convention, Moe Levin ar.
Aaron Katz. will give a report i (
convention activities.
Hosts for the evening are M
and Mrs. Harry Sacks in hor
ol bis birthday.
Meeting is open to the public
BUr owi Jewish community anl ol
men. women and children in Is-
rael and throughout the world." I
The cocktail party, one of th-1
lirtt events to be held in the 1364
CJA campaign, will be hosted by
the Jewish Home for the Aged,
one of Federation's important loc-
al beneficiary agencies.
The tour of the new Ablin I'uw
lion will take place at 4:15 p.m.'
to be followed by a cocktail party
at 5 p.m. in the Day Cure Room
Of the Home.
Gala New Ycar'= Eve dance
Temple Beth Shiran ori Tuesci.
featured music by Chuck Schra
and his band. Chairmen WC
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sherman at
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin IJ. Gub<
man.
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To Be Speaker
Davil Pinski Folk School will
hold its Friday evening Oneg
Shahbat at 8:30 p.m. at the Far-
hand Center, 832 Washington Ave.
Principal of the school, Louis
Iasavin. will speak on "Biblical
Personalities." and Jacob Fish-
man will present a musical pro-,
gram.
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9-JmlstncrkHar
Frukry. January 3, -u,
ToOO ATTEND AMBASSADOR'S BAIL
Greater Miami Goes Over the Top Witt
$2 Million in Israel Bond Purchases Hen
I____u n.. ..Illl!l'\' II ill I'fintlf (ft .
Avraham our country will contir. : to
thanks m freedom an;l in truth with
Israel's Ambassador
Iliirtnan expressed warm
the Jewish community of Great u oar partners.
er Miami for its "id to Israel -
growth through the Israel Bond
program.
Israel's ranking envoy in ine
United states briefly addressed
some l.ooo community leaders who
attended the Ambassador's Ball
under the auspices oi the Israel
Bond Organization on Saturday
night at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Ambassador Avraham Harmcn (center), pat-
ron of the Ambassador's Ball held Saturday
night at the Fontainebleau Hotel under the
auspices of the Gieater Miami Israel Bond Or-
ganization, is seen in the receiving line as
emissaries of 30 nations are presented. With
him (from left) are Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Popick,
Hon. Zeev Dover, Consul General of Israel for
the Southeast region of the United States,
Leonard Rosen, chairman of the Greater Mi-
ami Israel Bond Organization, and Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Revitz. Others in the receiving
line (but not shown) were Mr. and Mrs. Benja-
min Meyers and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle.
Revitz was grand marshall of the ball, and
Mrs. Meyers was grand hostess.
Jewish Convalescent Home Makes Big
Strides Under Active Leadership Here
Under the leadership of Sid
Siegel, executive director, the
Jewish Convalescent Home of
South Florida in Miami Beach has
mare significant forward
in the recent past.
on Florida's east coast, features a
"home care" program which pro-
vides nurses to out-patients at
their homes. "Before a nurse is
stridesI provided, however."' says Siegel,
' the matter must be cleared
The Home, also known as Bikurj through the Jewish Family and
Cholini at 310 Collins Ave.. has; Children's Service, or other au-
niore than doubled its capacity thorized agencies." The non-prof-
since its was founded by the late lit, community-supported Home
Hyman Roth and his widow six employs all advanced therapy in
years ago. It will again double its. the field of geriatrics,
capacity within the next year with A physician is on call at
the udditon of a 75-bed facility.
The ultra-modern, six-story ad-
dition will bring the Home's
capacity to 130 beds. The old
section cf the Hame will be re-
modeled and refurbished. Al-
ready, two adjacent buildings
have b?en leveled to make room
for the addition.
When ii i [o mded the
Home, v ith just oxer a score of
beds avail prime goal was
to provide a nui -m, home tor in-
digent persons ; d erage income.
"These are the same goal- to this
day," gays Siegel, .vho has head-
ed the norm I ir the past year,
' We will continue ti eater to those
individuals ol the average income
level on a non-sectarian basis."
The Home, which is the first
kosher nursing home established
We're reserving
the t m in your name
in Tel Aviv
is on call at ai
times," says Siegel. "Ambulant
residents visit the local Y.MHA
and participate in recreational and
cultural programs. Residents also
attend local synagogues and are
provided movies, television and
visits at the Home." The new
additon will have a synagogue and
candelabra room.
'We have to refuse admissions
due to lack of facilities," says
Siegel, "but we will accept new
residents once the new addition
is completed."
Other features of the new ad-1
dition are ultra-modern rehabili-
tation facilities and facilities for!
occupational, corrective and rec-
reational therapy; a resident doc-
tor and ample staff of nurses all
equipped with the latest instru-
ments; a roof pavilion to seat over
150 persons: all new sturdy furni-
ture and schemed lighting; a new
Ambassador Harman express-
ed his country's gratitude im-
mediately after Leonard Rosen,
chairman of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization, an-
nounced that the 1963 Israel
Bond drive had smashed all pre-
vious sales records in attaining
an unprecedented total exceed-
ing $2,000,000.
This figure again plan- Miami
in the forefront of all cities in
the world in Israel Bond sales on
a per capital basis lor the third
[ consecutive year.
Ambassador Harman said. 'Wc
shall be eternally grateful I" you
in this community who have help-
ed to make possible the rc.-ui
gence of our people in the an-
cient land of Israel. 1 want t<> Dover, Consul General of lsrst
express deepest appreciation for :", the Southeastern ragtOBI of tin
your record year in 1%:> and mj United States. Sidney D. Ai.-r
conviction that in the years ahead and Judge Irving Cypea.
Earlier, 21 young ladies v.
presented to the Amba-sidor m
debutante ceremony. Mrs. Anr
Brenner Meyers, chief hostess
in ball, presented the young la
ies Grand marshal 4 the
>vas Maurice Revitz.
In a gesture of friendship to 1
United States and [artel, em
-..no Ol M nations greeted Ai
bassador Harman in a ceremoi
presided over by Car: Weink
chairman of the Diplomatic Pri
dilations Committee.
.lack S, Popick, chair.- n of ,
Hoard ol Governors of the Israj
Bond Organization, In welcomn
remarks, emphasized that "1.
evening i a tribute t > the i i(
and women who have served w I
sweat so that we may retf) n
joy. It is as well a tribute a
the people of Israel and the pU
they have won for thenMelve
. mong the nations of the world
other participants In the
gram included Rabb Mayer
Abramowitz, Rabbi Leor. Kroru>fc
Dr. Irving Lehrman, the Hot.,
Claude Pepper, the tJao. Zet*
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Mrs. Joseph Reiser, president
of the Home, works closely with
Siegel, who was formerly assist-
ant director of the 1,000-bed
Brooklyn Hebrew Home and Hos-
pital for the Aged. He also serv-
ed as administrative director of
several Veterans Administration
hospitals and headed several
station and general hospitals
while in the U.S. Army Medical
Corps in World War II.
"1 have been offered other post-
Also five thousand years of Holy
Land history. Plus all the pleas-
ures of Tel Aviv, one of the
world's most exciting cities. Not
to mention tr.e fine restaurants,
swimming pool, superb service,
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It has been accredited by
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The American Nursing Home Asso- Beach
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leaders are Miami Beach Council-
1 men Robert L. Turchin and Hy-
man Galbut, who head the annual
dinner committee. The dinner
; has been postponed from Feb. 1
to Mr. 14 at the Fontainebleau to
prevent conflict with the current
fund-raising campaign by the
im," says Siegel, a 43-year-old na-
the live of Jersey City, N.J. He lives
with his
wife, Fay, and their sons, Stuart
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Page 13-B
Essay-Art Contest Features Theme On Jewish Heroes
\
S010MON UCHTtK
icipal Wins
[tor's Degree
- S. Llchter, principal ol
|>'isher Junior High School.
t< .. ed a Doctor of Bduca
n the New York Umver
r receh ed his Bach
Education and Master ol
(.. cum laude, from the
tj i .' Miami.
I teacher at Nautilus
High, where he won the
pag teacher's award, Dr.
became principal of Ada
Junior High, and in 1961,
at Ida \l Fisher Jun-
School
Ichter lives with his fam-
hl-o No. Shore Dr.
York Rabbis
[ing Miami
lew York .spiritual leaders
|iami thi- week to discuss
>munity leaders the new-
chapel being erected at
International Airport,
Idlewild.
tiapcl is one of three dc-
|ona': chapels that will
a symbol of American re-
reedom in the busiest air-
ie world.
Harold Gordon, executive
Ittdent of the New York
Rabbis, was accompan-
(bj Kabbi Arthur Schneier,
loader of Congregation
[Kphraim and a member
eeutive board of the New
rd of Rabbis.
post has been Dr. Irving
spiritual leader of Tern
iu El. and the only Great-
rabbi who is a member
pw York Board, according
si tors,
Annual Essay-Art Contest in the
Jewish schools wiJI.be co-sponsor-
ed by the Bureau'f Jewish Edu-
cation and the Jewish War Vet-
erans i>I the U.S.A,,ii}epartmet
,: Cftritt. acooniinavlo an an-
nouncement Of Joseph Cohen.
president of the Bureau, and
Emanuel Mandel, Florida deputy
commander of the Jewish War
Veterans.
The Essay-Art subject this year-
will be 'American Jewish Heroes",
from the time of the revolution
test is limited to boys and girls
of age 12 and Over in the Jewish
until today. Art subjects will con- Art entries must be original, in schools of Greater Miami and Hot
Sist of original posters, drawings drawing .sketch .painting or craft- lywood. Deadline for the cofi-
and sculpture, relating to Ameri- ,-t _,. ...
can Jewish heroes or incidents of work in I*0*"**- The con- test has been set for reb. 9.
their live.-. _______ : ______ .________________________
Variety Club Will
Install Officers
On Sunday
Congressman Claude Pepper will
1h principal speaker at the an-
imal installation banquet of the
Variety Club on Sunday. 7 p.m.. at
Miami Springs Villas.
Tracy Hare will be inducted as
chiel barker ol Tent No. 33. the
local organization which sponsors
nd supports Variety Children's
Hospital.
Fred K Shochet, publisher of
rhe Jewish Ploridian, will also be
installed as an officer
E pccial fi ature of the program
Sun ay will be disclosure ol the
recipients of Variety's "Croat
Guy." "Croat Gal" and "Good
Samaritan" Awards. Those troph-
ies are presented each year to
outstanding local leaders for their
service to Variety Children's Ilos-
pital.
** JMfcjR rW" Ilie'Willrtf WcHTd**" '
Reyna Youngerman, Charles
Jacobson, A. Melvin Morris, ar-
tists; Harry Simonhoff, attorney
nd historian; Leo Mindlin, edi-
tor of The Jewish Floridian;
Emaruel Manr'el and Ainslie
Ferdie, of the Jewish War Vet-
erans; and Louis Schwartzman,
executive director of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education.
Prizes for the Essay-Art Con
test will consist of a S50 U.S. Bond
for first prize and $2."> U.S. Bond
for the second prize. Books on
Jewish life will be available as
third, fourth and fifth prizes.
Rules of the contest call for a
composition on such American
Jewish heroes as Asstr Levy,
Ilaym Salomon. Rebecca Cratz.
Judah Touro. Uriah P. Levy. Mor-
de .11 M. Noah, Judah P. Ben
jamin, Emma Lazarus. Nathan
Strauss, Lillian Wald. Louis Bran-
deis, Louis Marshall, Stephen S.
Wise, Henrietta Szold, Sidney llill-
man, Mickey Marcus and Herbert
Lehman of 250 and no more than
500 words
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Ten students will read portion*
from the Torah Scroll at the Sab
bath morning prayer services in
Beth Torah Congregation.
Under the direction of Abraham
J. Gettelson. education director,
these students will Join some 15
others who read the Torah regu-
larly in the Teen-Age Congregation
ol the Religious School.
They are Neil Roe. Martin Ros-'
enblum. Larry Burrows. Mark
Shantzie. Russell Kagan. Ira
Kirachenbaum, Richard Browdy,
Arnold Silver. Steve Chayt and.
Alan Karp.
Faith Saal was honored by
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Lester Saal. 2245 SW 25th
Ter., on Sunday at the Deau-
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Faith's 16th birthday.
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fJenisti FkridUfon
J^jar Raymond Shwake Paul Rosenthal Michael Korenvaes Henry Goodman
Lawrence Winson
Lawrence, son of Mr. and Mrs.
ornian Winson, will become Bar
:itvah at Beth Moshe Congrega-
jn on Saturday, Jan. 4. Dr.
sbaia Schnitzer, of Montclair,
.1.. Lawrence's uncle, will con-
.ict the b'aditional service witli
] abbi Simon April.
The celebrant attends Beth
o.-he Hebrew School and i- an
mar student at Westview Jun-
r High. He plays both the
awaiian and Spanish guitar.
Following the ceremonj. Lar-
's parents will host the Kiddush
Popiel Hall.
Paul Rossnthal
Bar Mitzvah of Paul, son of Mrs.
:ine and Mr. David Rosenthal.
ill be celebrated Saturday morn-
ig. Jan. 4. at Temple Emami-EI.
I r. Irving Lehrman will officiate.
Paul is an eighth grade student
. t Ida M. Fisher Junior High,
here he is on the school basket-
all and volleyball teams. He
lays football in the Optimist Club
:id for two years was on the all
ar little league team. He also
ays trumpet and baritone.
The celebrant will be honored
a reception Saturday at the
irillon Hotel
Henry Gcodman
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
ader of Temple Emanu-El, will
officiate al the Bar Mitzvah of
Kerry, son ol Mr. and Mrs. David
i i nan. on Saturday morning.
Jan. 4. at the Temple.
Henry is in the eighth grade
at Nautilus Junior High and is on
the basketball team. He is in the
accelerated mathematics class
and the laboratory science class.
Henry won the physical fitness
av ard in school.
The celebrant will be honored
with a reception at his home im-
mediately following the service.
Michael Korenvaes
Temple or Olom will be the site
o! the Bar Mitzvah service for
.Michael Korenvaes on Saturday
morning. Jan. 4. with Habbi Sam-
uel April olficiating.
An eighth gra:;e student at
West Miami Junior High. Michael
plans to continue his studies in
the Temple"s confirmation class.
1 His outside interests include bask-
etball, folk singing, stamp and
coin collecting.
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Koren-
I vaes will h:>nor their son at the
' Kiddush following the ceremony.
I and al>o a' a reception and din-
ner at the Seville Hotel.
Cynthia Toppell
Bas Mitzvah ol Cynthia Laurie,
daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Toppell. will be celebrated at Fri
daj evening services of Beth Dav-
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bl Norman N. Shapiro officiat-
ing.
A seventh grade student sit
Everglades School for Girls, Cyc
t; la i.- in ihe Honors Classes. Her
i.iitsi.e interests include music,
dancing, swimming, ice skating
and horseback riding.
Following services, Mr. aril
Mrs. Toppell will be hosts at the
Oneg Shabbnt.
David Hecht
On Saturday morning. Jan. -I.
Rabbi Mortiecai I'odet will offic-
iate at the Bar Mitzvah of David
Lionel, son of .Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing Hecht. 117 Palermo Ave.
David is an eighth grade stu-
dent at I'once Junior High, where
lie is including drama in his stud-
ies. A student of the piano, he
was top student out of some 5.000
in music tests at McGill Univer-
sity in .Montreal. Can.
Active in Boy Smut Troop 6J.
the celebrant collects coins and
Stamps. H<- plan- to continue his
religious education.
Raymond Shwake
Early morning si rvices Jan. -i
at Youi ^ Israel ol Greater Miami,
conducted by Rabbi Sherw ii:
Stauber, will include the Bar Mitz-
vah of Raymond Nathan Shwake.
An honor student ;t North Mi-
ami Beach Junior High, the cele-
brant's hobby is stamp collecting
Parects Ol the Bar Mitzvah, Mr
ard Mrs. Edwin Shwake, will hon-
oi him at a party in their home
at 17000 NE 6th Ct. on Sunday.
Martin Samuel Bilsker
Martin Samuel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Bilsker. will be Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
Jan. 4th. at Beth David Congrega-
tion. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
will officiate.
The celebrant plays the trum-
pet in the Shenandoah Junior High
School band. He is in the eighth
grade at Shenandoah and in his
first year ai Hebrew High School.
Mr. and Mis. Bilsker will tender
a Kiddush following the service.
Louis Robins
Louis Michael, sun of Mr. and
Mrs Morton Robins, will become
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Menorah
>.;i Saturday morning, Jan. i
Ral hi May* r Al itz will ol
ficiate.
An eight ade student al
".i si Miami Jui h, the ecle-
itar and i
:!! spoi ts, partii i nming.
Fi llov in ;: Kiddush . Temple, .Mr. an i Mrs Robins will
be hosts at .< at Ihe
uville Hotel.
Philip Hanser
Bar Mitzvah oi Philip, son ol
Mr. and Mis. Edward Hansi i. I
No. 31st Rd., Hollj wood, was ci le
at remple Beth Shi
Hollywood. Saturday morning,
Dec. as Rabbi Morton Malavsk)
officiate I.
Philip is a seventh year student
in
sored by Mr. and Mrs
Nova [I. ;'i School. He i-
the advanced math and chemistry
cla and a member oi the Math
Club. He has been a student ol
Ihe Temple's Religious School
since firs! grade and was a mem-
ber of the Camera Club and Unit-
ed Synagogue Youth.
Attending the Mar Mitzvah was
the celebrant's paternal grand
mother, Mrs. Ida Hanser, and his
maternal grandfather, Ben Orn-
~ t fin.
Kiddush following the service
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Arthur Neil Golden at Beth Is
rael Congregation on Saturdaj
morning, Dec. 28
The celebrant is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harrj Golden, and
randsoH ol Mr. and Mrs. mot
ris Lakov.it/ and Mrs. Dina Gold-
en.
Arthur Neil is a student at Nau-
tili!.- Junior High and excels in
mathematics and Spanish.
Kiddush followed the cere-
mony, and i reception [or the tain
ily in the evening.
Robert Weiss
on Saturday, Dec. '.'8. Robert,
.von nf Mi>. Adele Weiss, be
came liar Mitzvah al Israelite Cen-
ter. with Rabbi Shmaryahu T
Swirsky officiating
Robert, a graduate of the (Vn
t.r's Religious School, i- in the
eighth grade at Ponce de Leon
Junior High, where he play- in
I he band.
Kiddush following the ceremony
,- hosted bj tin- Bar Mitz
\ ah's motht r in hi- honor Mrs
I ei .. Weiss, Brooklyn, \ V the
celebrant's grandmother, was here
lor tin- occasion.
Eugene lisak
Bar Mitzvah of Eugene Izsak
will hi' celebrated Satur .> morn-
ing, Jan. -I, at services in the Is
Friday, January 3. 1964
raelite Center, with Rabbi S. T.
Swirsky ofticiating.
The Bar Mitzvah is the son OB
Mr and Mrs. Emanuel Izsak. of
, ,s Hoover Rd.. lndianapoli .
and maidson ot Mr. and Mis
in- IzSlk and Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph i ziment. all of Miami.
Ilis paivMs will be hosts at the
iiieu Shabbal on Friday and at
Kiddush on Saturday in Eugene's
honor.
Arnold Oginsky
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will of-
ficiate at Temple Ner Tamid when
Arnold Oginsky becomes Bar Mitz-
\:.h on Saturday morning. Jan. t
\ronld is the son of Mr. and
Mrs Benjamin Fledel. 95 NE 127th
.., \o. Miami. He is a stu-ent
in the Temple Nor Tamid Reli-
gious School and attends North
: junior High.
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WANTED
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Congregation
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Closed on Shobbos
FOR LEASE ONE YEAR WITH
OPTION TO BUY.
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TODAY..
l_fcy
HEAR
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MOM .. FRI. 11 A.M. 12
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iday, January 3. 1964
* knHti ftfradKain
Paqe 15-2
FUTERNICK
:: .ilin- \
. I'll llll Il | kiwi, \ Y.
\ rwo J* <
**s
*rr*T
ISAM", v;. i,f
died I'.. .1 M.
> print :i;.>
II, i" .-nrvi\ .-I 1.
ami Monl* F.itcrnlek ..' Atom I:
two cluuttlitar*. Mra. Edith ;.
hn "i Baal II I. I., ninl
Mi tnna M ich i.l Chli ago, Ill :
two i pothi -. V .'HI, I Jtl :
g nl A brail mi Rothherg r>l Irn
Ij n; ;i dialer, l "., s 11 n. r of
Iliiiokl: n; gland, hildi. n and '<
- 11.in. 'i ii .-. >
were hi M i 26 ..t i iortlon
run. ill li.ui-
I
'.' : s,-i-
Emcth, Al-

I lee.
i in.
memorial plaque dedication of Murray
lomon Post and Auxiliary are (left to right)
lya Levine. president of the Auxiliary;
slee R. Ferdie, Department of Florida sen-
vice commander; Rabbi Hershel Brooks, of
iple Zamora, Jennie Golub, historian;
lanuel Mandel, commander. Department of
Florida; Rabbi Morris Skop. Temple Beth
Shirah; Dalsey Haberman, past national pres-
ident, Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary; Mich-
ael Schechter, Murray Solomon Post comman-
der; and Lena Cohen, past president, Murray
Solomon Auxiliary.
HELLMAN. \. u e Brow
nnd Alb m>. N. v.. died
Vice* in T, in ... lit-lh
I .any.
LITTENBERC. tl > tin I.
I2? Pi in ... I ,;
28. .- ; \ i. .- ... .\. .. y,,t (v
Riwrnl .
ROSSEN. Ml !' .- 74, of SOU KVi
_ ';"ili !.. hi. i 11. :. Ulvi .
SUCHMAN, s ,n. si ... S\V loth
Ti i riii .1 I .. 27. Riveraldi
WEILL. I Nai lian .1 KX, ,. j
| Una Ave died Dee,
side
weiss. i:. ... ;,
''(.ii i... \ lllaHbi i-
GP.EENBERG, l)n ,ll, 7.:,
Hd Av. X Milan.
GREENGRASS. William,
W -1 Av, Si > i. i
N .1. N. u ii, in,
RlNGEL. Sam. 80, of 321 Cullln* Av, .
Rh eraldt1.
SHAVINSKY. Abraham, 77, of I!:'
s\V nth Si Hallanuali. fin i el Ij
f Miami, Klveralde,
toll. Samuel, S3, ,.r lino Venetian
Way. s. i \ Ices In i "hli ago. II ver-
sill.'.
WEISS, Cecil, 30, ,.f IR40I Cidlinn Avi
J( Itlvei -
\V i--t Ave.,
>i 18ns Eu-
-_ i,l i(i

.\.
'[>
n man,
irray Solomon Memorial Plaque Dedicated Here
7. nf Ii: I-
Riverside.
:.. .,f ioiu
Louis Hi
Sllll.-iit, .
land
s\v
i..i -
died
pmorial plaque was dedicated
le Murray Solomon Memorial
ling Corp. to deceased mem-
ot the Murray Solomon Post
and Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Bi-h War Veterans of the U.S.A.
pient ceremonies at the Min
ires, according to Post Com
jit Michael Schechter.
of Temple Zamora Tribute to
.Murray Solomon was presented by
Rabbi Morris Skop, of Beth Shir-
ah Congregation. Rabbi Skop de-
scribed the late Murray Solomon's
heroism in Ihe Battle of the Bulge
during Worlrl War II. in which he
Invocation and bene.iiction were
given by Rabbi Hershel Brooks,
femp Pinewood
ftnuai Reunion
JJnp Pinewood, located neai
frsonville, N.C., celebrated
|nth annual reunion recently
Ilel House on the University
iami campus.
sr 400 campers, parents, and
gathere.1 to enjoy refresh-
, table decorations in camp
, blue and white, and a tape
ling of camp songs.
1963 camper received a
Jated plaque with his name
ilu'd on it and activities in
he excelled. Awards were
red by moving pictures and
taken during the past camp
The Slave' Reviewed
Herbert Rose will review
was injured and became a para
plcgic.
"His bravery and services after-
wards in encouraging patients at
Ihe \'A Hospital, fellow students
at the University of Miami, and
as commander of the post now
named in his memory were le-
gion," said Rabbi Skop.
Past National President of the
JWVA Mrs. Ben. Haberman paid
tribute to Murray Solomon and to
Mrs Herbert Rose will review his |ate motner Tcssie Solomon,
The Slave' on Wednesday, 8 ho had served as
p.m.. at a meeting of Jewish War dcnt of thc JWVA
Veterans Women's Auxiliary. Mi-
state prcsi
ami Beach Post, to be held at 1234
Washington Ave. Proceeds are
earmarked for Tel Hashoma Hos-
pital in Israel.
and
and
an-
ne i\
loth
kctors, Miamians Dr.
Donald D. Michaelson
lnl Mrs. Eli L. Meltzer
fce inauguration of a
for 1964. Pincwood's
In addition to the usual
eek season, a limited num-
two lour-wcek sessions will
h Liable.
pillment at Camp Pinewood
uted to 100 girls and 100
Ifrom 5 to 17 years of age
\re offered a program under
personal supervision.
Miami Hadassah
Faces New Year
Miami Chapter of Hadassah
Marts the year 1964 highlighting Jj~
its events with an Israeli fashion
>hnw on Tuesday, Jan, 14. 11:30
a.m. The luncheon function will
le at Deauville Hotel
Department Commander Em-
manuel Mandel offered greetings
as a representative of all Jewish
War Veterans in Florida. Mrs.
Jennie Golub read the list of the
honored deceased, and was assist-
ed by Mrs. Lena Cohen and Mrs.
Tfcnxa Levine. Chairman for the
presentation was Past Post Com-
mander and Department Senior
Vice Commander Ainslee R. Fer-
Alberr Einstein Grocp, Mrs. C.
Roth, president, will meet Mon-
day. .Ian. 6. 12:30 p.m.. at Wash
ington Federal Sa\ ings and Loan
Auditorium, 167th St., No. Miami
Reach. Proeram will be a panel
discussion. "You Were There."
On Thursday, Jan. 9. there will
bo a c;'H party and luncheon at
noon at the home of Mrs. Phillip
Fire. IL'56 NE 183rd St.. No. Miami
Beach.
hope
wdma
es my
owers,
NORM \\
Ter .Ii. .1
_\ \. nra -i
Chaj Group. Mrs \|. Simmons,
president, will meet Monday, Jan.
1.;. r::o p.m., at Beth Torah Con-
crcgation, Guest speaker will be
A. Rod. editor-in-chief, Hanson, JACOBS
Publishing Company. His subject
v. ill be "MusicIts Effects on
CVIdren." A Penny Cup Social
will follow.
Torah Grovp, Mis. s Langer,
president, will meet .Monday, Jan.
[:. at Pythian Hall. 4601 W. Flag-
ler St.. at noon. Rabbi Samuel
April, of Temple Or Olom. will
review "the Conversion of Chap-
lain Cohen."
Mrs. Rosen, 72
Passes Away
Mis Fannie Rosen, 72, mother
of Leonard Rosen, president of
Miami's Gulf American Land
Corp., died Dec. 29 in Baltimore.
Wile of the late Abraham Ros-
en, and mother of the late Edith
Ku.Mii Strauss, Mrs. Rosen is sur-
vived by another son, Julius Ros
en. ol Baltimore, vice president of
Gulf American; daughter, Mrs.
s.olonion Sandier, of Miami; neph-
ew. Paul Venze; nine grandchil-j
drcn, and one i;neat grandchild.
Services wore held in Baltimore.
'.
fgnlfted, beautiful and
Jverently cared for
|urroundi7igt for our
sparred loved ones ara
source of very real
toalL
suciub.vi jiis ciwuyiv
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Rabbi Shapiro
Slated Twice
Rabbi Nornan \ Shapiro,
tual leader of Beth David
ition, w ill be fi atured
i i lei isl oi i Ji ish
ship Hour this Sun : y, 10:30
Ch 10 WLBW
Sul taking a Be
tal bi iro ..HI also
be bei rd lha same morning on
WGBS Radio al 9 I I
on "The Essen ials ol Beinj
Jewish."
spin-
Con
on a
Won
a in .
Normcn D. Jacobs
itraniloJillili.
!7 ill
Inti .
I >\v
Hi ". 1>. l.-
ii \. \^ >..... I ii J
and w.i- ii...ii-
HRvr ..i the Rnh-
i i ti I II.-
:!-. nil l>f 111.-
fuumlc v ..: Ti m-
pli Mi h .-h rah
Survivors
hli wife Ann:
.-..ii Rabbi l mm.I
.1 JneobH ..i
Uulnes, Ma* a .
dauchti i M i- n .
i i i Ituroi of
Miami: brother
: :,i n 11 ,l i:u'..i.s
of l...n- letii h,
\ V bIhIit .Mrs.
I T..ina>li.'ff of
i: II.. II..i Im.i ,
S V :i ti .1 T
'i. s. i'\ i.-.'s *v ere I i
i l-'uin : :il I lome w I til
Mi. Nebo **. in.
i hlcaffo.
REMES. Mi-. |...i,.iln .
SSth Ave. c;. ..ii.ii
BIRN, Kin; niii.i \\ .;
Ave., ol.il l>.-.-. 24.
HOBERMAN. i;Ui,.|. 7
-isi St., mother of
man, vice mayor ..f
l'. :'i (Jonlon.
JACOBSrEiN, Amu. Benjamin, 7"..
of loos M. i Idian Av. ... died I'. i
il. Services in Luulsviile, Ky.
ItlVlTKllle.
BARISH. .Mis. :;..-.-. ill. ,,f i;,.' \,
ll'Tlli Si. .-!, !.,> M, I'hiludeluliut.
Clvel'slilf.
BOO.Mfe. Jack. J.1, i.l ol S, \i anil
Ave. liortlon.
WIGDOR. \n- i:- .11... mi,, .Mi.-hi-
-hi Am .- .. in .\, i ;,
Kn t-i -,.lt .
GREEN. I...I,. i-| K ..-.. ,>i ,,.|,- ,
!. r i i i i... w I.,.'. iH-lHeH,
ill, .. ii.. \\ I). ... I ii- ll,. ii ,,| ,;.,.i
\ iiel Ian Wa> New miin.
KLEIN, .ilii.i.iu.i, |v. .,f ;.;7 KW lmh
SI died I" :.. Itlveritlile.
NEUS1 tIN. ,\| u ,;, ..I i...., 1 iiii-U-
vnnla Av, .. died i .'.. lci\. i -
-i.l..
Schwartz. Max, ..f Centr.illa, 111.,
I ilv. n- I j.;. Am .i,^ biiiV.v-
un I* a m-i r, Mra. Ko* Uower ol
rural l.ahle I! terxidi
SANDS. .1. n 17, of I ill Sim -i
UKi i -i I. .
WALLACE. Mi Ktta, SI, ..| 1078
XAV I' mIi . fii-l.l. Mara. Ulvnnld.
I HAUER. l-i....., !, of |-,|,i XW .':-!
Trr., ni. ,i i ,-, l'v (lonioti.
GRUba.h. Herman, 73, s.'i s\\
'Hli St., .!i. .1 l..,- .:, Itheralde.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OK APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
FILE NO. AA-21246
NOTIPK IS HERKIIY OrV'KN that
N'athnnM w. sleacl, bolder ..r >'uv
.if ibilll. .si. :i.l T..\ Sill,- ('. 1 ill. .il. -
numbered 3K7I6 anil :is7l7 i.--n il the
:'inl day >f Juno, A.I>. I38, hn* filed
.-.inn- in my tfflce, atid haa made
aitfillcatlon for > tax i- l to be is-
su.-ii ih. it.-n Saiil < 11iiii-.ii. em-
brace ill.' followinR .1. ni..-l prop-
erly, in Hi.- 11111> ..f l>.-i.l.. State ..i
Kloridi
I...i :: Blix'h Kread'p Addn No. '_'.
Plal Hook 111 Re is.'. Section IS
TownKhip S7 South, Itaom is I .i-'
in the rlt> of ii. in. -i, id, i'ounty
of I ni.. -: i ol Florida, :is em-
braced In Ccrtlflcali No SS71S. The
ii.-.-. ssiiu mi ..i -.nil |.i..]..-ii> under
ili<- -iii.i ,' .i. .t \\.i- in
i In- name .-i unknow n.
I...I t lil...-k I'.-, i.il- A.I.I" No. .
1 "li11 Dook i. Paxe IS3, Hection 13
Township '.: South, RanRe 3 Baal
in Ihe I'liv .*( II..in.-I. .nl. i'..i:n'\
nf Hade, s... of Kloi la, .i- em-
braci .1 in i". riIfb ii^ No IS71, rhi
n-s.--iiii.nl of -..i.; I...... i. nidi i
ihe .-iiiil ci rtlficate isaued was in
i lie mime of unknow n.
Inlr-.- -in.I rtlfli atei ahitll be i. -
ih in. I av.....I ii- .. I lie prop-
crts ih -' i lled hi 11 in a ill lie old i"
i he bin hi -i 1.1.id r ai Ihi i 'uuci Hone,
door <>n the firm Montla y ii i he
month "f Pi br \ I l64, u
hi 3i rl ii.. v "i i-. In ii ir> \.l' !" i
I lated tlii :: .(.....: leci mber,

' r. i: \ rHKUM \ v. h
of 'Ircull 'oui I. [>aib i .. .in ). I- lM Ida
II) : It M i.i'Kn:':,
IH.pulj Oiel k
i :: l" 17-31
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OP APPLICATION
FOR TAX Dl. F.O
Chapter 0722 Acts of :941
FILE NO. AA-21243
il i:v .;i\i:\ -h
v ^ l*Vl,rmri
M
l.li-n I'l-rll He No '. hi -'
dii) iT Miy, A.11 I l, ha
n my office, and ba# i pplli
l',.n t. r ii lax deed to b< i thi ri
.ii Mill ("i
i,,l|,,'i Ina Ii bed pi nperl y in II
i .-:.....f Klii Ida, '

u |*l of i: I \
Tr '.7 l -- \ in i it Hi i .. R\
II. l nil Land i Sub ri.n l:...
2 Piigi 17, Section I : Tim
- ii R III Kas i in : Ti '
,.r Mia oil .- prl laa, I I iad<
Mate of I'L.ii I.,
The m nl of -., pi
Ulldei i... ..ni i i ... i. u ,i in I i
name ..i: l\i i mil <;. Tlndi II.
i 'nli -- -.nil i ii'i.-.H. -ii. i i.....
ih-, in. i| ,i. i .un : to jaw, he i' "
-it> de* i lied hen n ill hi
ihe high, -i i.i.i.i i .ii Ui. i'..m-i ii,,ii-
i i ii. i n -t Mondaj in I he mom
..i l'. i.rn r>. |Afi I. w ni. ii in th. .:
da) .it I* 'iruar). l:*-;I,
l >ated thin Hal nay of I lecemln
IS
i: it, i.i:.\i'in:i:.viA.\. rierk
..f 'ir i > i-it- c'ounty. I
taeal) U) : II M l.Kl-'.l 'I :i:.
I ii pul > Clerk
1 I-10-17-'.'
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
FILE NO. AA-21250
Ni.Tli'i: IS HRRKHY GIVEN
Nathaniel \\ Slcgel, holder ..f
f Miami I..... Sale Cartlflcal
in red !''. :'. i 17 and 867, Sth da) of June, A 11 I9C I,
anme In mj office, and ha
,i ...ii for ii t.i\ ih ed to
. ii
i,.
il.
nun
ti
haa fll.
made ai
In- i-- Ii
s i|d ci i i .in-mi. inbra
Iiir .1. -. ribed propi rl .
uf I. ,.|. Stati ol II". Ii
lii-i
HALPERN
. S\V
-
-
in
7ih si .
\l \ \
.11. .I lice
i
i
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1
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11..in. .1 nli ui,.
i. 11.
,N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CflURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6084b-A
IN UK: Eat ate ..i"
JACK W PERSi iKI'. a. k.'a
I \''i III \\ ll.l-IAM I'l.KSl HI'
I',. naed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ro VII t'n iiii" and All Pel won* I
in: i'Iiiiii- or inn nl- Vgainal Said
i;-...i.
You in.- li.-i '.> notified and i -
quired lu in. nl an) ilmi and di
.1- \\ in, h > ai nui) lt.i\ .iu;i -I
the -in- ol i Ai K u i i:k.-
ii k ii l Ai'i IB W II.1.1 V.M I'l ll-' I
Ii .!- .1 l.,te ..I I Li.I. "mml %. l-"!..i-
i.i.i. to the i"... ni> i .
..ni'
and ..- i>i*o\iu I In on
I'h 'i
in
..I, S, Tu) lor** Kubdh la
i .:. !< :'i Pane 6.1 In the ''I
. County "f l)ade, State
i, a* embraced In i tiii.-.i
No. 185. The ii-- s-Mi.-m ..i
prnpei iindi-r Ihe anid cerl
i--il. I v. i .. Ill Of I'
know i
I Ait 17 IU< i-ibdlvlaii
Plat llook .1 Piibi '" the City
Miuini, County ..f Pade, Stati
I'l..i i.l.i. us embraced In Certified
So. I''.'.' The :..-- *-ni.-lit nf -..
prop, : i\ undi i tin nald ci I llficn
Isaued w.is in the nai......i 1
kll.iU II.
Lot is Bio 'h 5, K ..k.-.n's Addltl.
Am. in!. .1. i'l.i [took B P '- s
the fits of Miami, Ooum s of U id
stiii. ..f I'l..' Ida, ii- embraced '
rei-titicate No i 17. The naai ?
in. ni ..i raid prurparty under tl
-:.i,I ci '.in. ni- i--ni-.l hi t
Ii.un. .' Rid i:-l .s I MM olhy All. li.
I.i.i.i s, j, |tt,>.-k 135, Mi.mil Ni rl
A. I.. Knowlton'a lint, Plal Book
Pa--, n in the C't) of Miami, i'.hh
t\ of I'.i'U. State "i Mortdn, a on
braced In Certificate No, -'iT. Tl
.1--. --in. ni ( aald propel I) linil
ihi- aald certificate is.-u.-d waa
Hi,- name of I'nknoM n.
In'.-- s.ii.l .- i .ili.-nti -I.'II !> is
deemi .1 in ordli i to lii. the proper I
'li'.-.'i'il..'.! hi r. in will be Hold to tl
lilKhe1 i-i.I.It al Ihe Court Houf
I....!- ..ii the fiist Monday in tl
month of Kchruary, A I' 19H, whir
is tin Ji-d da) 'f I". l.ruiiiv. All l!"i
I'ati-.l thia llat daj of Decembi
r.i'M.
K. B. i.ea rin:i:.\i-\\. I'l.rk
i of tlrcull Court, i 'ii.ii- County, !!..
latal) By: II M. i.i:i:i'i:i:.
I.. ptity Clerk
I 1-10-17-'.'
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
FILE NO. AA-21256
NOTICE IS HEREBY C1VEN thu
R, Mi > r holdei "i 'It) of Miami l.i.
sale Certificate No. ..IT i-.-u.-.l the 'it
da; ol J in.-. > i I....... ha filed aam
.ii ii.\ office, ii id li..~ made applica
ii..ii fur ii lax deed ." be iaaued then
on. Said Ci nili "< mbrai il" i"i
,,,v. Ins di I i roperty In th
nt) '. Stu te of l'"li.i Ida, to
Lot : i Bio k .' Subdivision of tli
l lale Mil i 'I'i.i. i Addition Nuinbi
i ni. i i ii llook : Bane '' '" ib
i 'It) .1 \l .1 III, '.mil vv >l 1 '."i-
si.i i. ..t I- ...i Ida.
'I'll. .,.-..--in. n' ..1 -.nil propert) un-
der the "aid eel UI Ii ate wan in th
nai.....I i nknown.
i ni. -. aald .-I un. .ii. -iiiiii be n
to lo. Ihe oroii
,rt) .1 hei. In ill be aold t
ih- liigheat I'lil.l i hi the Onurt 11 'ti-
ll....i ..n the lii-i Monday In Ihe num.
,,t Kebru : hii li i- the 3i
i.it...... IKI.
i .... i thl* t da) of ......

::MAN. Ch
. 'iiiiiit.i. I
ID it m i.!'.i'.i'i:u,
I., imi \ t'lerk
1 '.-I"-17-.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND TOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61440-A
,.\ RE Estate of
Pllll.i 11' A. WANI'
IK -..-..I
NOTICE TO CREDTORS
All vll I',..-. n- I I
i.....la \i-.uii-
, .1

hl-
i -
III A I
1 ll
I

To
Ins
> ou In > 'i notlfii .1 and ri
yulred '- i' ni wr ola n* and di -
... j hat ag 'in-
iii. ..i ni rill l Ml' A WANll .i'
Hade County, Florid
i.. ili. i iunls i.i ... ..i i lane ( .'imt'
and fll. cate and a
Fli i id
the Couii
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*V*t j #- nrvrH&*n
Friday. January 3, 1954
UNDER THE STRICT SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STIRN
PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUNDAY JANUARY 5.h
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED i^Utw
Food Fair Koshw Mtot
Storn art PUdgcd lo Giv iht
R*H Quality ol >rw lowW Price/
. .or Your Morwy Back /
I / I ft
TZ*m*
I MncKvii
meat and poultry
HAPPY NEW YEAR
________.--------^-----rwrrklP* T *- YOII A (
MERCHANTS GREEN "AMPS
WITH YOUR EVERY PURCHASE
Tor THE GREATEST SELECTION
OF VALUABLE A USEFUL GIFTS
FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE *******,,,
FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS EXTEND TO TOUAMOSI QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
HEARTY WISH FOR A HAPPY A HEALTHY NEW YEAR j UUWr"'" _____
BREAST of BEEF
1st CUT
BRISKET
99
LB.
2nd CUT
BRISKET
79
c
LB.
SPONSORS
OF THf
TORAH HOUR'
Each Sunday Noon
WEDR FM
Rabbi TiborH. Ste'"
FILET or
SHOULDER
STEAK .98
2ION KOSHER FRE5H KILLED
THE
FINEST
SPRINGERS
, ROASTERS M
or BROILERS 39

NECK MEAT or
BEEF CUBES
BonelS
79
lb.
BABY
STEER LIVER
49
c
lb.
FRESH KOSHER MADE
Ground Beef 198
LEAN TRIMMED
FLANKEN 29
FRESH KOSHER MADE
CHICKEN QTRS
CHICKEN
BREAST
QUARTERS
53
CHICKEN
LEG
QUARTERS
5C
ITEMS BELOW AVAILABLE ONLY AT
965 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH
COTTAGE
CHEESE
MAYFAIR CREAMED
LARGE OR
SMALL CURD
2 ..44
FRESH SLICED
CHICKEN
^Ai\r WASTE
LARGE FRESH CAUGHT
MACKEREL
HALIBUT
STEAKS
LARGE
NO. 1 SMELTS
FRESHLY
SLICED
59
25
59
c
lb.
C
lb.
c
lb.
FRANKS
.KNOCKS
AMERICAN
KOSHER
lib.
PKG.
6
A BREAKFAST FAVORITE
KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES
FYNE TASTE
WHOLE APRICOTS _.,
8-01. PKG.
DOLE
PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT
FYNE SOFT FACIAL QUALITY
BATH TISSUE "Sff-
DRINK
46-oz. con
29= lAEliViilHB
4
ROLL
PKG.
17
25
25
39
c
c
c
ALL GRINDS
Mb. CAN
IN OUR APPETIZER DEPT.
PASTRAMI
OSHER QAr
ICED TO YOUR ORDER J/^/
I lox sh.. 49
HOUSE COFFEE
SHREDDED
FRESH MADE
POTATO SALAD
or COLE SLAW
Himin
25
lb
c
lb.
TANGERINES
FANCY JUICY J
C
EACH
PITTED PRUNES
LARGE *% rt
CALIFORNIA O W
C I2oi.
CELLO BAR
vi mi 11 ujuuli mm
EGGPLANTS
FRESH FIRM QC
EACH
STUART PECANS
LARGE
GEORGIA
iQc POUND
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