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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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T cJfewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Vc. ...e 3~ Number 50
Miami, Florida, Friday, December 11, 1964
Two Sections Price 20c
Eshkol Says
UN Inaction
Disturbing
l! iVIV (JTA) Premier
Levi tikol told an Israel Press
luncl ; Monday that there was
, i disadvantage" to Israel
m r United Nations peace-
machinery in the Middle
'East that the same yardstick
nas il for the attacker and the
irictii
Co: enting on tthe Security
(hi session Friday on com
plain- and counter-complaints by
l-rai -ml Syria growing out of the
Nov. tank and air clash at Is-
rael'; northern border, the Pre-
mier -. (I Israel could not permit
attack- on its settlements or agree
th.,i >pographic advantages should
give Hackers immunity l'rom
"our live defense." Many Syrian
gun positions on the northern bor-
der at a higher level than
Israeli territory.
Ht said that the difference be-
twetn the initial attack on n
Israel patrol on Nov. 13 and la-
ter on peaceful settlements by
the Syrians and "that of our de-
tense" should have been clear
to various representatives at the
United Nations. Under the cover
of "false equality," he told the
luncheon, the United Nations
hesitates to condemn the at-
tacker.
lie noted that the Russians had
-.imported the Arabs in the dis-
putes even though it was the Sov-
iel Union which recently proposed
that no international problem
should be solved by force.
v erinsj questions, the Pre-
Continued on Page 2-A
Security Council Fails to Act
On Syria Israel Border Tiff
JHURNATIONAL FORCES'
Hate Sheet
In Canada
5
,\VA t JTA ) Two Canad-
. i used of representing in this
country "The Thunderbolt," a pub-
issued by the anti-Semitic.
Segro National States Rights
1 tj of Birmingham. Ala., told
a IL Office Review Board here
llu- week that international
i are behind a campaign to
I (hi publication from the Can-
1 units.
I < Review Board, headed by
Justice Dalton Wells, of the On-
tario Court of Appeal, is hearing
:" appeal from a ban against the
Use o| the mails by "The Thunder-
boll issued last summer by Post-
master General J. R. Nicholson.
The men are David Stanlty
20, who admitted that he had
once pleaded guilty in Birming-
ham to a charge of "assault with
* weapon," and John Ross Tay-
lor 51, who admitted that, dur-
ing World War II, he had been
interned for 53 months by the
Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Whin Taylor told the board thai
'international forces" are behind
this hearing "as a test case," the
Continued on f*ai* 6-A
PRIME MINISTER ESHROL
'basic diiodvanfoge'
Ben Gurion
Rift Growing
TEL AVIV(JTA)The rift be-
tween former Premier David Ben-
Gurion and Prime Minister Levi
Eshkol appeared to have widened,
as Mr. Ben Gurion told a group of
>ounger members of Mapai that he
will pursue bis aim of reopening
an investigation of the Lavon af-
fair, even it the Cabinet and Par-
liament oppose such a move.
Mr. Ben-Gurion said he wants
the Lavon case reopened, not only
regarding the original "security
mishap" of 1954. which caused the
political downfall of former De-
fense Pinhas Lavon, but concern-
ing Mr. Lavon's clearance of the
original charges by a Ministerial
Committee in 1960. That commit-
tee, he charged, culminated "in a
travesty of justice." Mr. Eshkol
was a member of the ministerial
group. Which exonerated Mr. La-
von.
Asserting that he knows that
the Cabinet will not agree to his
demand to reopen the Lavon
case, "and that the Knesset will
follow," Mr. Ben-Gurion said:
"But above and beyond the Knes-
set, there is the nation and the
cause of justice." He made it
clear that he intends to appeal
to the Israeli public.
Mr. Ben Gurion's adamant stand
on the issue has caused concern
within the Mapai Party, as it was
ielt that he has now shut the door
against a possible compromise
with Mr. Eshkol.
The Prime Minister discussed
the entire issue last weekend with
Mrs. Golda Meir, Israelis Foreign
Minister.
UNITED NATIONS-! JTA (-The
United Nations Security Council
held its sixth session on the Is-
raeli-Syrian clash of Nov. 13 and
adjourned without taking action.
The session featured a stern de-
nunciation of Israel by the Soviet
representative, N. T. Federenko.
a sharp retort from Israeli dele-
gate Michael Com ay and an ur-
gent appeal for peace by Ameri-
can chief delegate Adlai Steven-
son. The Council then recessed
subject to the call of its president.
Federenko charged that Israel
undertook "provocative actions"
leading to the chain of events
placing the issue before the Se-
curity Council. He asserted that
Israel committed a "massive vi-
olation of Syrian airspace" when
it sent jets in to attack Syrian
gun and tank positions which
were shelling Israeli villages in
the border area. He accused Is-
rael of "deliberately planning
Continued on Page 5-A
TALKS WITH NAHUM GOIDMANN
Erhard for Extending
War Crimes Trials
BONN(JTA)Chancellor Lud- having assured Dr. Goldmann that
wig Erhard was reported here as the matter was not closed. Dr.
indicating that he personally was Goldmann suggested to him to ex-
in favor of extending the statute tend the statute of limitations by
of limitations for trying Nazi war 2i) or 30 years beyond next May.
criminals for another 10 years, but
was bound by the decision of his'
; Cabinet to end the term for prose-
; cution of such criminals next May.
The sentiments of Chancellor
Erhard were revealed here follow-
ing a meeting which Dr. Nahum
Goldmann, president of the World
Jewish Congress, had with him
| last weekend. He was reported as
U.S. Catholics Revising
Texts to Oust Prejudice
CHICAGO(JTA)A systematic
effort is underway in Catholic
school textbook publishing to re-
vise such books to eliminate dis-
tortions about Jews and Protest-
ants, a nun reported here in an
evaluation of a study of bias in
such texts.
Sister Rose Albeit, chairman of
the Education Department of the
Dominican College i n Racine,
Wise, said that "at least six pub-
lishing companies are changing
their religion texts in the spirit of
ihe ecumenical movement."
She listed them as the Ben-
zinger Press, of Chicago; the St.
Mary College Press, of Winona,
Minn.; the Father Novak Ford-
ham Press, of New York; the
Fides Publishers Association, of
Notre Dame, Ind.; the Dubuque
Press, of Dubuque, la., and the
Pius XII Religion Center, of
Monroe, Mich.
Dr. Goldmann also drew the
attention of the West German
Chancellor that the people in Is-
rael are deeply concerned over
the fact that Germany has thu*
far taken no legislative steps to
force the recall of the German
scientists and research workers
employed in Egypt by Nassar.
The World Jewish Congress
leader also reiterated previous re
quests by the Jewish Claims Con
ference that the compensation
laws here be broadened so as to in
! elude those Nazi victims who were
! unable to lile indemnification ap-
plications prior to the cut-off date
| of October 1. 1953,. There are said
to be 100,000 to 150,000 such Nazi
. 10 DC lOU.OOO lO lOU.UUU BUSH .**
She reported that the new texts vjctjms, the vast majority of them
. .... *_____ -- i_____uu." i-. ______ .____I.1- *. r;in
"do not treat the Jews as harshly"
about the crucifixion, adding that
! most of the new books were re-
vised or rewritten before the in-
i iroduction at the Ecumenical
Council of the declaration absolv-
ing Jews of all time of the charge
ol deicide in the death of Jesus and
condemning anti-Semitism. Sister
Continued on Page 3-A
Jews, who were unable to file
claims prior to 1953 because they
were by that time still isolated in
Communist countries.
(West German President Hein-
rich Luebke was asked Tuesday by
the Jewish Labor Committee to
veto a bill passed by the West
German Parliament which
Continued on Page 14-A
pro-
B'nai B'rith OK's Move
To Join NCRAC Again
THANKSGIVING DAY VICTIMS
Israe
Rites
Delegation Attends
for Norwegian Seamen
NEW YORK(JTA)An Israeli
delegation attended the memorial
service at the Norwegian Seamen's
Church in Brooklyn for the sea-
men who lost rheir lives in the
Thanksgiving Day disaster off the
New Jersey coast.
The delegation consisted of Con-
Mil General Katriel Katz, Consul
Meir Ayalon. Gottlieb Hammer,
president of the American Israeli
Shipping Company, and Capt. Reu-
ven Sudnai. staff captain of the
SS Shalom, which was involved in
the disaster.
The first law suit resulting
from the accident was filed here
in U.S. District Court on behalf
of Elaine Bregman, who claim-
ed "severe, painful and perma-
nent injuries" as passenger
. on the Shalom.
Filing of the $75,000 personal in-
jury suit could lead to an inquiry
in this country into the cause of
the collision. At present, there will
' not be an ollicial investigation be-
cause both ships are foreign-flag
\cs~els. and the accident occurred
i in international waters.
WASHINGTON (JTA) B'nai
B'rith took formal action Monday
toward closing a 12-year breach in
Jewish community relations activ-
ities through realisation with the
National Community Relations Ad-
visory Council. The B'nai B'rith
Board of Governors adopted a pro.
posal to reaftiliate with NCRAC. a
coordinating body of national and
! local Jewish groups engaged in
combating anti-Semitism and re-
ligious and racial discrimination.
Label A. Katz, president of
B'nai B'rith. said his organization's
stand is conditional, requiring
similar approval by the national
commission of the Anti Defamation
League, its community relations
arm. The ADL commission, whose
Executive Committee has already
recommended approval, meets in
February.
The move to reaffiliate came
after two years of discussions
and negotiation: between a joint
B'nai B'rith-ADL committee and
NCRAC representatives. The ne-
gotiators ironed out the differ-
IABEI KATZ
return conditional
ences which had caused B'nai
B'rith and the American Jewish
Committee, then the two largest
constituents of NCRAC, o re-
sign from that body in 1952.
Continued on Page 8-A
* *


Fcge 2-A
+Jeni$t! Fkrkl&r
Friday. December 11
_
Gerstein to be Honored on Friday
;;e At-
Ricnard E. Get stein, who
;. has won a u:de variety of
rds for crrfnrcernerrt
nan i at a ""Com-
Luncheon" on
pont Plaza H "
A Tian
Larrj King, who will bf master of
tt re i> ;
si in the aired sL
The popvl.rity of the tall V.'arM
War II hero and attorney since
e-ected to office in 19S7 was
proved once again in the recent
election, when for the third time
he emerged as Dade County's
biggest vote getter
The lunchi I be "a 1 ...
is. w ith I !ins to King
ate of
I'mvei Miami Law
ken ed in the 8th Air
i- :<. cum.-.. Work: War II. uhere
r- received toe -hed Fly-
" irple
it
STATE AT70*Ntr GtKSTtIN
highest vote ever cast. He
j- reelected in i960, receiving
the highest vote ca-t for anv can-
Gerstein won his third term
o\ erwhelnungly and unopposed
thi* year.
He is past president of the
Young Democrats of Florida. In
1957. he was selected as Miami's
"Outstanding Young Man" and
cne of the five "Outstanding
Your.g Men in the State of rior-
ida" a year later.
Ger.vtein iia< received both the
Miami and Miami Beach Junior
(.number of Commerce Good Gov-
ernment Awards a Out>tajkir.~
Public Official in Darle Count'- "
In 19*>0. Gc-r>iein was nameu one
of five "Outatandum Government
Official- in the Rate of FlorfHa."
He is pa.-t president of tne Pros-
ecutir._ Attorneys' Association of
the State of Florida and vice pre.-i
dint of the National District At-
torneys Association.
Gerstein i a fellow of the in
teraational Academy of Trial Law
yen, an honorary organization
ccn>.-:. I the 5ou outstanding
ti ial in the world.
He was I ngesl dati p a county-wide
ted as State Attoi n
Eshksl Rap; UN Imiedsisji
Continued from Page 1-A
el continued to
eterrenl r a;
besl prevent war. He
he U I be til with
t German Chancellor Lug
trnard in the near future but de-
ed to discuss the topic- he will
I tog up. commenting that these
'self-understood "
At the United Nations, Israel's
deputy Premier, Abba Eban,
conferred for an hour Mondaf
with U.S. Secretary of State Dean
Rusk. The conversation was said
to have concerned "matters of
mutual interest with particular
reference to matters on the
agenda of the current United
Nations General Assembly."
The conference took place at
Mr. Eban's hotel suite in New
York Also present for I-rael were
Ambas>ador Michael S. Comay.
Israel's penoaneoil representative
lo the IN: Avrabam Harman. Is-
raels Ambassador to the L'nited
States: and Minister Mordecai
Cazit. of Israel's Mission to Wash-
ington.
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Page 3-A
Over 1.000 community leaders joined in the
second annual Contemporary Jewish Affairs
Lectureship sponsored by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation through an endowment by
:he Sam Blank and Family Foundation. Dr.
Abram L. Sachar, president of Brandeis Uni-
versity, spoke on "The Future is Not What, it
Used to Be." Left to riqht are Federation Pres-
ident Sidney Lefcourt, Federation Executive
Director Arthur S. Rosichan, Lectureship Chair-
man Fred K. Shochet, Dr. Sachar, and patrons
of the lectureship. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank.
which he said, "completely
transformed our identity and
gave the Jewish people cause for
.great pride."
During his slay here. Sachar
warned thai -you can be neither
America firsters nor Israel lust-
ers."
"You cannot have one without
the other." he declared. "II Jewish
lile in America goes down. Jewish
life in Israel and in all countries
will go down with it. Israel is a
nation ol meat courage, an ex-
ample in which we can all take-
pride. However, Israel needs
American know how. strength and
support of both clollais and ma-
chinery to make the mosl of her
future."
Speaking ol the UJ5. culturally,
the Brandeis president said, "I
have no desire to inflate the Amer-
ican scene in terms of its cultural
Contributions. There is a great
deal that we have to be sorry I
as we look oxer the Amerir
scene, but there is a greal <'
that we can be proud ol."
Catholics Move
To Edit Textbooks
Continued from Page 1-A
Kose said that editors and teac -
ers "must lake ^reat care to avoid
statements thai would lead young
indents to question the basic mo-
tivations, sincerity and integrity of
their neighbors who are of oli- r
religious denominations."
She urged Catholic parents to
examine their children's text-
books and to raise questions "ut
parent-teacher meetings if they
' found that the books were deft-
; cient in the ecumenical spirit "
Sachar Speculates on Jewish Future
1,000 persons heard Dr.
I. Sachar. president of
is University, declare that
communication, the decline
i aloes and a transference
. thority all make a profound
- on On lodav s youth."
D Sachar was in Miami last
'i a two-day stay to appear
II Fontainebleau Hotel for the
annual Contemporary Jew-
di Vffairs Lectureship under the
is] oi the Greater Miami
-:. Federation.
-or of the annual lecture-
In;- !- the Sam Blank and Fam-
mdation,
In an address on 'The Future
It Not What it Used to Be," Dr.
Sachar spoke on a variety of is-
sues, from the assault on author-
'/ and the revolt against par-
ents by teen-^/jers, to the growth
of anti-intellectual movements in
our time.
These, plus the world's turbu-
ence in civil rights, in the emanci-
pation oi nations in Asia and Afri-
ca, and in the developments of
ii nuclear technology, help
to provide the view that we are
nine in a more difficult era than
two or three decades BgO," Or
Sachar declared.
Predicting thai we can expect
to witness many changes in 'he
future of a volatile world. Dr.
Sachar suggested that many of
the problem'- and challenges of to-
day will be handled by a more ma-
ture and knowledgeable world bet-
ter equipped educationally and
emotionally to meet the challenges
oi future years."
In speculating upon the future
of the world Jewish community,
Dr. Sachar pointed out lhat "we
have lived through three greal
revolutions which have brought
with them a great change in the
world Jewish scene."
These, lie listed as "the un-
dramatic but vitally important
Johnson Immigration Law pas-
sed in 192-1 which closed Amer-
ica's doors to tens of millions of
immigrants; the development by
the American Jew of a standard
of living that has never been no-
proached in all recorded history
in our country; and the estab-
lishment of the State of Israel,"
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Fridav. December 11. 1964
B'nai B'rith Return
To NCRAC
--e ::.:: B'rith decihaOB : re-
bate -*-.:- the Nataooal Com-
-_.-..-. rtekrtkna Advisory Coatv
r:=rrh c: :1 slve pajan
: og -.vher B'nai 1 ritb i
- Maclvei proposal and
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Foe creese.-.' here baa lain
rc-r.ce between 5 nod r -
; NCRAC: the ADL'a feeling
Ikrtion with NCRAC would
mean a challenge la its own vol-
BOtari srr. and integrity as an
agency dedicated to the battle
cgair.it anti-Semitism and racial
discrimination.
This in turn brings up the old
problem of who is authorized to
speak {or the American Jewish community in
these and other matters, or whether indeed, a
:'.e spokesman is either necessary or pre-
ierable to the voluntarism which ADL cherishes.
B'nai B'rith's move to return *o the NCRAC
fold suggests that there are positive qualities
on both sides of the fence and that a compro-
mise position can aid the cause both of volun-
tarism and unity 'brough diversity.
Honor to Gerstein
Some of our community's top leaders will
irn cut in force Friday to honor Dade Count-/
State Attorney Richard E. Gerstein. We join
:?. in congratulating Mr. Gerstein for his rec-
ord since first assuming the State Attorney's
cif.ee back in 1957.
Throughout the years of his tenure, Mr.
Gerstein has conducted both himself and the
attain of his posi'ion in exemplary fashion.
As a conseguence, he has brought recog-
nition, locally and nationally, to himself and
the community he serves.
Mr. Gerstein's heroic service in the Euro-
pean Theatre durinq World War II, where he
won a variety of medals, foresaw the capabil-
ity he would bring to his role as Dade's State
Attorney.
The "Community Appreciation Luncheon"
on Friday at the Dupont Plaza Hotel will afford
leaders in many fields of endeavor here the
opportunity to congratulate Mr. Gerstein for his
dedicated fulfillment of the duties of his office.
Beach Attorney Cited
Miami Beach Bar Association Monday
will honor a distinguished member of the fa*
diciary. The association will clso honor a long-
time attorney here, as well as an institution
fftr iif co-sponsorship of a series of legal sem-
inars.
The attorney is Harry Zukernick. known
for many years in the general and Jewish com-
munities for his civic endeavor. Mr. Zukernick
is being presented with an Award of Merit "for
service by a member who has made an out-
standing contribution to the proaram of the
Bar.''.
Mr. Zukerr.ick's impressive accomp'.Vsh-
men's in his profession well characterize the
Miami Beach Bar Association citation. The or-
ganization's commendation i= the most suitable
recognition of his achievement.
Mesivta Dinner Sunday
Mesivta High School will hold its fourth
annual scholarship dinner Sunday at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
The school is a tribute to the men and
women of our community who have identified
themselves so energetically with the kind of
traditional Hebrew curriculum it offers.
Of those who graduated from the Mesivta
thus far, fourteen students have wen scholar-
ships to leading colleges and universities
across the nation.
The func'ion Sunday will offer the cele-
brants an opportunity to tane stock of their
achievement thu-. far and to plan for an even
more successful future.
Extending the Statute
The Oermans are apparently split on the
question of the extension of the stctute of lim-
itations for prosecution of Nczi war criminals.
The limiting date is May. 1965.
Many Germans argue that there are just
a small number of criminals left perhaps
only 150 known to authorities.
Even if their own count is accurate, how
many Jews are these criminals guilty of havinq
murdered during the Hitler era? An even more
important consideration is how many will sud-
denly appear after the statute of limitations,
other murderers no longer fearful of exposing
themselves?
German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard indi-
cated early this week that he personally is in
favor of extending the statute of limitations for
another ten years. This sounds at least min-
imally reasonable; although we are forced to
wonder whether his opinion is not another one
of those airy expressions of sympathetic senti-
ment found all too often in the case of the Ger-
man scientists in Cairo.
Now that our own coun'ry is considering
a pcrtnership role for West Germany in the
rebuilding of a demoralized NATO, wouldn't
it be worthwhile for U.S. public opinion to urge
a higher degree of moral cleanliness in Bonn
before the partnership is ratified?
One good way would be to extend the
statute of limi'ations beyond May, 1965 for the
prosecution of Nazi war criminals.
paaaana
the week
as i see it
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daring the week s-Jk?
ed our secular .;
lieve.- he dedan
the mysteries --. i
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lighted." ** ,- ^ .*?*
has -.... "s
idealise Vr
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tainebleau Hotel, where the organizations National E
mittee meeting in a weekend conference, eated "
tinguished service in the cause of human r
By -less idealistic." Mr Abram wafjnaUd
ation toward human freedom Wherever
corded Jews full rights.' he declared, in U
reciprocal in the role cf freedom-lovers no-
1 do not lr. fact know why hi* reference to ttx
our age served him as a springboard for tbii
Abram proceded to offer a variety of
have the capacity to icve freedom in the ibsti
experienced a good taste of freedom seeker-
which was also oppressive rather than brei
Jew ;- an enemv of totalitarianism whs
en under Castro no c: ti-Semii
ich Jew; nevertbeleM .'led
But I suspect that what Mr Abram aim*
ht.- that Jews art-
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nificant religious element witl t specif interest.
This hardly sugge>ts that .' w% involved
also freedom-lovers or that they arer. I also
Negro emancipation, rthat it aoes sug. functioa
in n-ss secular terms than Mr Abram indicated -
inj nature of our age.
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SALVATION IN OVff PffStKT
TPHIS BASIC AND important exception apart -t fou:
Abram as able and exciUng an orator a- rettrracei
to Israel as another example of the Jc. dim, and the historic Jewish willin even to
death: to the three-million Jews in the S ttu ethnic
genocid< be:n? directed against thim: to the Ami :sn Com-
nfloi r a i rrtc Doctr.-
in Latin America." ar.d tf ^cide Convi ". the United
Sta-. i has si 67
t-ons thrcughcr.it the re ell DO '
' t the salvation of the -
but of the Jew in the present.
conclusive view and its ringing eel
:' fclr 0 : am riginaJ pren se. it was
d not flii '
the subsequeol rnier Flor: .
a Federal Comm. Relations Si
insp my of the mi-- i bib! 'M
The non-Jews who remained silent
..me victims of the Fascist era.*'
What th# Governor here sug^osted was ai I M
dicated earner that the Jew. as a freedom-^'--
of all people, hrcteding his own. This, Go\ acelsrL.--flH'
b come true for every American citizen, or tl ~ir'
L' ged few- will ultimately and necessarily go th
sion of the deprned.
; ; ; i
truf OKU Of smiLAtnr
IN THE COMMUNITY Relations Service, the I a
ized the Federal Government as seeking for -' !r. ,0
prevent interracial and interreligious difficulty It s r-rt 0I 'UIJ
job." he declared, "to assist the American people to understand tMj
the Civil Rights Act is the law of the land and must bs beyed. But
be added, "it is more than that: it is just anJ fair and rnee-> tl,e
moral imperative of our society."
Equal opportunity, he conceded, is Bevertheless '' Ih^n an
enactment of law. "It involves commitment to la* in the rear*
and minds of men." Seen trom this point of view, th CBS eme"
as a government body designed to assist individual titles throi
the nation to establi>h local community relation:- CaSil
their own.
"We can not." Gov Collins declared, "wait for change. We rnujt
involve people in the process of change in the '
social attitudes." Here, he said, voluntary organizations su"
American Jewish Committee have a basic role 'o pla> to <">:
local existing agencies, to suggest programs, to arousi ^; A
ion against those agencies whose real purpose is to to
end of positive human relations .
In his ultimate plea for a war against poverty tl
employment to those in need and willing to work. I
tion of the shortcomings in our educational system, G*
the circle of agreement between himself and M
Mr Abram proudlv declared that ours is r.o 1
of the Wandering Jew. Here, at home, the implicat
lea seemed to be, we are help
freedom-lover, whether through the new CBS and
volvemenl in civil libertarian organizations
mittee. or in the spirit of the Maccabees
rael today, where death itself is not too dear a price to |


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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Let s Center o/i Our Own Problems
recent lecture here in Miami, stat-( Jewry'9 issue into a world cause
ed that it is his conviction that if; by exposing misery and by exert-
ing the greatest pressure on the
Communists, as well as on the
Russian Government, to release
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3(10 rabbis who marched si-
llic Jews from Russia through free
emigration.
One of the greatest achievements
toward the Russian Embas- 0i Thcodor lierzl, the founder of
week in mid-Manhattan in modern Zionism, was his ability
of the persecution of Rus- l0 Put lhc kvish question into fo-
lewry reflected world Jew- cus lor humanity by placing tt on
ehngs and expressed the bit-; ,,1C aend f v*bzed govern-
- of all men of good faith, **. und through this, he shaped
I anv suppressor of their | '' ,nt0 = .world moral issue instead
Their endeavor to call handling it as a religious prob-
lem, waiting only for a supernat-
mi solution.
United Nations
Sanata, as wall
sctance of the
countries.
and tha U. S.
as to tha eon-
paoplas of frea
Russian Jewry cared to leave Rus- j
sia, within a very short time over;
two million of the three-million!
there would do so. They could go j
to Israel or to other countries, but
certainly they would not remain1
within a system into which their
inherent sense of justice would
not permit them to integrate. Sal-
isbury also said that from a Jew-
ish national point of view, we
should value and be proud that
the Jews from their bondage and
let them join with their people in
Israel.
MAURICE COLDRING
Miami Beach
men.
..ttention by this demonstra-
. the inhuman behavior oi
-Man Government toward
. ,"- ish subjects is making pro
, but it is still far from its
rial"he physical liberation of
Unfortunately, Jewish organiza-
tions have been impotent during
the last five decades through their,
unsound approaches, which skirt one of the greatest national assets
the main issue of demanding the wh
release of the Jews from their So-
The same approacn to this iV
sue has finally come into being
as the tragedy of Russian Jewry
slowly gets to the forums of the
Security Council Hears Israel-Syria
'Debate and Adjourns Without Decision
Continued from Page 1 A
-nplementing aggression on
<-ge sca'e against Syria."
\; omay said "it is discourag-
ing hen a small nation appeals
tu t: Security Council, to find a
repn entative of a great power.
per: tanenl member of this Coun-
cil. .. :ing more as counsel for one
rather than as judge. We re-
pud.."e absolutely the Soviet Un-
ion'] ontention that we were re-
tpoi ole for the incident on Nov.
13 ci that we are responsible for
tin general situation in the area."
R< erring to the fact that Mr.
Fearrenko had charged Israel with
\iet bondage. These organizations
circumvent the issue and miss the
main point when they simply de-
mand cultural freedom which
would permit the use of the Yid-
dish language.
It is remarkable that not one
Negro clergyman joined these
marchers, and even other religious
groups stayed away from this
cause; although rabbis and Jew-
ish intellectuals marched in their
cause in St. Augustine and died in
following a strategic doctrine" of Mississippi for Negro liberties.
conflict. Mr. Comay said: "What is,a ."?''"" "*ich "worth-
while studying tor those who are
.appened was not a result of any illvoivcd up t0 tneir nccks in clvil
I mythical strategic doctrine on our I rights and who are forgetting
part. We want peace and until; their more urgent duty to their
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right to live."
Ambassador Stevenson told the
Council that it must concentrate
now upon pacification rather
than blame. "We in the Coun-
cil," said Mr. Stevenson, "can-
not dictate peace. Wa can only
recommend, urge, plead. Wa
urge both sides hereafter to
submit complaints to the UNTSO
rather than to start shooting."
The Council, he said, should en-
dorse Gen. Hull's proposals for an
independent resurvey of positions
of the disputed Israel-Syrian bor-
der "because upon the success of
limited surveys depends more gen-
eral tranquiiity."
Mr. Comay pointed out that in
the report to the Security Council
dealing with the latest clash. Lt.
Odd Bull, chief of staff of the Uni-
ted Nations Truce Supervision Or-
| ganization had mentioned specifi-
! tally "Syria's refusal to resolve
(its conflict with Israel." The chief
i Israeli delegate recalled that in
the Security Council in August
1963. it was only the Soviet exer-
cise of its veto that prevented the
Security Council from adopting a
\ resolution condemning Syria for
\ the murder of two Israeli farmers
| at Almagor. "I ask the Soviet Un-
ion," said Mr. Comay: "was that:
also another example of Israeli j
aggression? Only the Soviet veto
on that occasion was the roadblock
to a vote of censure against Syria.
We deplore the fact."
power of the three million Jews,
which the rulers of the system are
utilizing and exploiting for their
purposes.
Russian Jewry has been look-
ing to its brethren for help in
the last five decades, as has been
European Jewry during tha Nazi
holocaust, when they expected
action from world Jewry and
from the responsible political
and spiritual leaders of the
world. Tha victims of the Nazi
holocaust were let down, and we
all know the results.
Did we learn anything from
these fatal mistakes which were
made? Are we going to be our
brothers' keepers, to save our peo-
ple who are yearning for release
from tyranny? Or are we going to
be ignorant, irresponsible and
traitorous to their cause and have
another three million Jewish lives
stand up for the rights of Negroes. I '> the hands of the Communists,
Although this is an important hu-; doomed to perish, on our consci-
man issue, it does not merit Jew-!"". as we already have the six
ish failure to understand their own j million who were exterminated by
people's problems. i the Nazis.
Harrison Salisbury, chief editor' The order of the day, and the
ol the New York Times, and an paramount duty of any man mor-
expert on Russian matters, in his ally motivated, is to shape Russian
kinfolk today in a much worse po-
sition than are the Negroes, even
in Mississippi.
This also goes for the Jewish or-
anizations that have preferred to
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:. commander" of the youth
i>r2inizstin meanwhile told a
"secret'" me*"tine in Toronto. TTie
meeting, in a dovmtown hotel, was
led by David Stanley, a Scarbor-
ough youth whose mailbox was
closed after he . ing it to mail anti Jewish litera-
ture
Admittance was by invitation
only, and the mimeographed invi-
tations warned that "troublemak-
in" and newspaper reporters
would not be admitted. Two ,Vax-
s:ty" reporters posing as support.
ers, attended the meeting. But a
Globe and Mail reporter and Don
Roebuck, a University of Toronto
caduate who had infiltrated To-
ionto rmht wing groups, were dis-
covered and forced to leave.
George L. Rockwell, head of
the American Nazi Party, will be
arre-ted if he is recognized at-
tempting to enter Canada, Immi-
gration Minister Rene Tremblay
told the House of Commons this
week. Replying to a question,
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ported to be back in the United
States after a visit to this coun-
try.
A ilo.-e watch had been ordered
for hi- entry, but he esaded the
border officials at the Windsor-
Detroit crossing.
However, though he was recog-
nized at the Douglas B C. border
point a few days later, he was not
arrested as he was reentenng the
United State.-.
SAM (/El f BIt Dl AND
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Mr- Meyers will receive the
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tarian Avard in fitting recogni-
tion of "a lifetime of service to
I-rael *nd humajiity reflecting the
.-piri' of the late tleanor Rouse-
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Heading the Amba--ddor s Ball
Committee v ith An.-in are Samuel
Fnedland. honorary chairman:
Leonard Rosen, chairman of the
Gieater Miami Israel Bond Organ-
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Mar-hal Maurice Revitz. chair-
man of the Board of Governor-:
and Jack S Popick. chairman of
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M. SAMSON WEISS DUE HERE
leading Orthodox Spokesman to be
Guest Speaker at Mesivta Fund Dinner
Dr. Samson R. Weiss, erfecfitivo
wit president of the Union of Or-
ihodox Jewish Congregations of
America, will be featured speaker
,X the lourth annual scholarship
dinner of the Mesivta High School
on Sunday. .">:30 p.m.. at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
According to Rabbi Morris Hor-
rivitz, principal of the Mesivta, the
only Hebrew-English high school
'outh of Baltimore, more than 600
persons are expected to attend the
banquet to assist in raising funds
lor scholarships for Mesivta's stu-
oYnt body.
The appointment o f Rabbi
Weiss, noted as one of the lead-
ing spokesmen of Orthodox Ji*-
daism, was announced by Rabbi
Horoviti and Beach Councilman
Hyman Galbut, chairman for the
dinner event.
r. "i and educated in Europe,
Dr. Weiss received his rabbinical
diploma from the Yeshiva of Mir.
He ser\ed a< dean of the Hebrew
Department of the Jewish Teach-
ers College in Wuersburg, Ger-
many, prior to coming to America
a! the end ,>f 1938. In 1944, he went
to New York as rabbi of Congre-
gation Orach Chaim and to organ-
ize Torah L'mesorah, a national
organization dedicated to the es-
tablishment of Hebrew day schools
In 1947, in addition to his direc-
torship of the Young Israel Insti-
tute of Jewish Studies, he was ap-
pointed national director of Young
Israel. He served in both capaci-
ties until his appointment with the
Orthodox Union in 1956.
Dr. Weiss is expected to speak
on the need of Hebrew day
schools in the United States to-
day and the importance they
serve to Judaism.
Paga 7-A
through 12th grade and has had 18
graduates from the school. It was
organized for a 10th grade, pro-
gressed to llth the second year
and then added a senior class dur-
ing the third year of operation.
Of the 18 graduates 14 have won
scholarships to leading universi-
ties and colleges, and six have
been National Merit Scholarship
femi-finalists, the highest average
for any high school in the country,
according to National Merit offi-
cial figures.
Mesivta graduates are Robert
Bellmaker, Yehuda A z u I a y ,
Shlomo Caplan, Larry Ciment,
Ivan Esterman, Joel Kornreich,
Miles Kutfler, Howard Lauer,
Melvin Lerner, Bernard Lipman,
David Luchins, Ira Marcus, Ste-
ven Rantz, David Shapiro,
George Sternstein, Sid Strajcher,
Stuart Werner and Edward Za-
mel.
Semi-finalist in the year's ^: -id-
uating class is William Leff. T.vo
other senior students, Robert Gal-
but, son of the dinner chairman,
and Irving .lacoby, have received
certificates ^f merit in the Nation-
al Merit system.
The annual scholarship dinne: i*
intended to raise funds for "^e
Mesivta student body.
Off. SAMSON WHSS
"In relating his address to the
Mesivta, located in Miami Beach,
Dr. Weiss will stress the need for
high school Hebrew-English edu-
cation in the atomic age." Rabbi
Ilorovitz declared.
Mesivta teaches levels from 10th
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B'nai B'rith Moves to Reaffiliate With NCRAC
Continued from Pag* 1 -A
The differences grew out of a
I) b) sociologist Robert L. Mac-
uho proposed a division of
i v i t i e s and responsibilities
Jewish community rela-
rgan tattoos A major con-
erupted in the Jewish
When a majority of
these now num.
- \ rial nal agencies and 74
.......litj relations coun-
- plement the Mac-
B'nai B'rith claii
\ RAC had
m thai advii
function-
a gem y
B id that B'nai B'rith's
SCI the
: ituallj agreed terms
for a native
cess that respects voluntarism
the int< nd auton
F its < nstituent members"
;!h B'nai B'rith p
age and suj rt
nmunity
He called it "an example of
. and iit tical unity in
which all elements, and particu-
larly the community itself, stand
to gain."
Aaron Goldman, of Washington,
national chairman of the NCRAC.
welcomed the announcement hy
B'nai B'rith that its Board of Gov-
ernors had approved rejoining the
NCRAC. subject to similar action
by the national commission of the
\PI. He said "thia is the most
come and gratifying -top to-
effective cooperation
Jl community relations
rsult of a
in i i se "
The B'nai B'rith Board of Gov-
ernors adsr-ted a new budget,
highest ;n -he organization's 121-
year h'sto-y. The board voted
S9 476,000 f=r the year 1965. This
includes %* ?39 900 for the youth
program next yeara jump of
more than $262,000 over current
expenditures. The board also en-
dorsed a proposal to inaugurate
a campaign for a SS,000,000 devel-
opment fund as a major step to-
ward meeting the growing
need: of the expanding number
*
Essay-Art Contest For Schools Here
Annual essay-art contest, held
he Bureau of Jewish Education
ish schools of Greater Mi-
. mi and Hollywood, will he co-
nsored is j ear by the Zionist
tion of Greater Miami and
wood, according to announce-
f J< seph Cohen. Bureau
S bjects of the annual content
a choice of the biography
aim Weizmann. first Presi-
. lei, and ol Israel and
ing the relation-
. -. ihe two.
- ar< riginal -
drawings and sculpture re-
g to Weiimann, Israel or
Deadline ate is Feb. 8.
Judges for the contest are
Reyna Youngerman, Herman
Higger, Samuel S. Goldberg, lo-
cal artists; Leo Mindlin, execu-
tive editor of The Jewish Florid-
ian; Rabbi David Shapiro, of
Hollywood; and Louis Schwarti-
man executive director of the
Bureau.
Prize* for both the Essay and
tesl include S100 scholar-
p Judea, first prize:
i Camp Judea, sec nd prize;
Jewish life tor third.
an I fifth prizes in both con-
Rules of the contest call for an
- > of no more than 500 wor !-
drawings, >ketches or paint-
in J4 in hy 26
Application- will be di.-tnlmted to
all H ." Is i B ;:
Committee 1 r the contest, in
tion to representatives of the
ac Donen. Morris
William Silverstein
ssip. Sidney Raymond.
Jack Alex a ider, J iseph Perry, Ja-
cob Harrison. Mrs. Morris Simon
and Max Parness
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Judge Barad is Named President of
American Technion Society Here
Friday. Decemher
Frederick V Barad. Judge of
Ihc Metropolitan Court, and a
leader in Miami Beach civic and
religious affairs, will be installed
^s pre>i Technion Society on Tuesday. 8
r.m.. at the DiLido Hotel.
He succeeds Mrs Louii Glasser
r.irticipatin^ in the installation
(eremonie> will be Dr. Irving
Lohrman. -niritual leader of Tern
Emanu-El and a member of
the national hoard of the American
<. hmon Society.
Officers and Board of Direc-
tor* of the South Florida Chap-
ter of Technion to serve with
the new president. Judge Fred-
erick N. Barad, who will be
elected arut installed by Metro
Commissioner Alex Gordon, in-
clude honorary presidents, Mey-
er A. Baskin and Mrs. Louis
Glasser; vice presidents, David
Ponve, Jacob Rifkin, Louis Rud-
nick and Sol C. Shaye; treasurer.
Jack Katzman; secretary. Dr.
H. Franklin Williams.
Serving on the Board of Direc-
i will be Benjamin Appel. Mor-
ns Bernhard, William Bornstein.
JJr. Maxwell Dauer. Mrs France-
Kr.tine. Morton R Fellman. Mrs
) C Frommer. Joseph L.
Goodn Nbraham A Grunhut.
Mrs Bernard
Leon Kroni-h. Na
K -h.:v Dr Irving Lehman.
Hym Morris N
l.ipp
Al- rimer .1 May. Joe
M< Philip i: senbei g, Her
berl S Shapiro, Morris Simon.
Milton >irk:n. Philip F. Thau \
1 IMander. and Leon-
ard Ziibert.
Judge Barad will head the
Greater Miami Chapter of the
group which has undertaken, as
it* principal project, to raise
funds for construction of a Com-
puter Center at Technion, Is-
rael's largest engineering univer-
sity.
About l.ooo member- and guest-
are expected to attend the meet
inc
A re-ident of Dade County since
1H47. Judge Barad has been active
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h ol 'lie community. He was
"t the Bureau of Jewi-h
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peinted in 1964. He was the L'.S
delegate to the World Jewish Con
mess Convention in Stockholm.
Sweden, in 1959. He served with
the IS. Army and was attached
to the Economic Mission of the
I'.S Military Government in Seoul,
Korea.
From 1947 to 1951. he was direc-
tor of education at Temple Emanu-
Ll at Miami Beach.
Pre-iden'.s of three local Tech-
nion units arr in charge of arrange-
ments f"r Ihe community events.
They include Mrs Milton Sirkm.
president ot the Miami Beach
Women's Division. Mrs. Morton
Feilman. president of the South
Dade Chapter, and Mrs. Glasser.
Of the Greater Miami Chapter.
A highlight of the evening's
program will be presentation of
Founder's Plaques to 21 Tech-
nion Founders, prominent local
citizens who have given finan-
cial support to the Technion Uni-
versity.
Leo R (stein, Southern Regional
direcl announced that the
. 1984
JUDCl MiOtKKK M. BAKAD
1965 kick^>ff meeting will al>o
mark the 40th anniversary of the
establishment of Technion in Haifa
in 1924. and there will be special
ceremonies on Dec. 15 paying
t'ibute to the school, its founders
Bi 'I its pre-ent officers and Board
of Governors.
The program will include a re
port on Technion's latest and most
dramatic achievements in science
space research to witnessed
b) Hutstein. who toured the cam-
pi:.- for three week- thi- year and
ferred d greal length with de-
ls, fatuity and
ficiaTs
Leading Physicist at
To be Guest Speaker
A distinguished scientist who
learned the secret of the A Bomb
years before its completion and
was part of the famed Manhattan
Project will speak at Miami Beach
on Tuesday.
Dr. Maxwell Dauer. professor of
radiation ph\sics at the University
of Miami Medical School, will ad-
dress some 1,000 members and
friends of Technion Tuesday eve
ntng. 8 p.m at the DiLido Hotel,
is a highlight of officer installa
tion ceremonies and kick-off of the
Amer'can Technion Society's pro-
gram for 1965.
Title of Dr. Dauers talk is:
Facing the Newest Frontier in
Nuclear Science in Israel and in
the United States."
Univ. of Miami
on Tuesday Eve
A native of Bayonne j n
Dauer received the MA* den*,.
New York University, ?
gree at George Washing., ,
versity. and his PhD at v i"
versify of Chicago "'"
Capping 30-year car,,, ,.
instructor in x-ray phy,i:i. ^
m private institutions ana in th.
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D.v.,,on Or. Dauer was ^
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trmation in Atomic Energy with
the Manahattan Project in prt-
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"We are extremely fortunate
to have Dr. Dauer bring us this
up-to-the-moment report said
Leo Rutstein, Southeast Region-
al director of Technion, and a
former chemist and author.
"Dr. Dauer will bring Miamians
an exciting account of the de-salt-
ing of tea water and its import-
ance not only to Israel and the
United States, but alto (o the en-
tire world "
Dr, Dauer serves as radiation
physicist wltn the Department ol
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He was appointed raci.ological
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under Joint Army Navy and Air
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He was later a liaison officer of
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Leo.-.^rd Rosen, chairman of the Hebrew Academy's 17th
anr.-al scholarship dinner, conqratulates Scmuel Reinhard,
Hebrew Academy founder, who will be honored aloriq with
his wife at the gala Jan. 3 function at the Deauville Hotel.
B. I. Binder, former president of the Academy, and associate
che'man of the SlOO-a-couple affair, looks on.
Hebrew Academy Scholarship Dinner
Picks Key Committee for Jan. 3 Event
Announcement of four key com-
mittee: for the 17th annual schol-
arship dinner of the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy set for Jan. 3 at
the Deauville Hotel was made on
Wednsday by Leonard Rosen,
general dinner chairman, and
Louii Menvitzer, president.
\iembers of the Honorary Com-
mittee were designated as follows:
Charias Charcowsky, Jacob Cohen,
Samuel Cohen. Mrs. Sarah Czech.
Charles Fruchtman, Paul Gordon.
Mrs, Jennie Grossinger, Mrs. Paul-
ine Grindwerg, Jay Kislak, Mar-
ne Lieberman, Louis Merwitzer,
Irving E. Miller. Jack S. Popick.
Leo Kobinson, Sam Schwartz and
.Mrs Virginia Silverberg.
Wolfie Cohen and Oscar Mam-
ber, honorary chairmen of the
inner whieh will honor Mr. and
Mts. Samuel Reinhard. will work
with the group.
Those name** as dinner hosts
are Benjamin Appel, Jerome
Bienenfeld, Adolf Blank, Dr.
Louis A. Bunim, Max Deaktor,
Louis DeCovney, Morris Dubier,
Irving Firtel, Henry Gewitz,
Morris Goldfarb, Joseph Gon-
shor, Henry Groudan, Hymin
Jablon, Milton K a h n, Jacob
The Hot Committee and Hostess
' n! '' i" coordioete their
efforts v i' -i nvi'. I co-chairmen
' i the I couple dinner .link A.
Ciiiilor, jo-enh Cohen, Harry Ge-
i... i an I M,ai rice Revitz.
Those named to tTio Hostesses
C(>mmittee are Mesdames Ben 1.
: it ; .! ih Cohen, Samuel Co-
hen, Harrj Genet, Louis Merwitz-
ci. Maurice Revitz, Leonard Ro-
&cn, and Samuel Hosner.
A Dinner Committee including
scores of Hebrew Academy and
communal leaders is cooperating
with B. I. Hinder, associate chair-
mun, in an all-out-effort to achieve
-n attendance goal ot 2.000 per-:
.ons.
A combined meeting of the en-
tire Dinner Committee and the
Academy's Board of Directors
will be held at a breakfast ses-
sion at 9 a.m., Sunday, at the
Academy's Max Silverberg Din-
ing Hall.
Rosen said Wednesday that more
than 1 10O persona already have
entered reservations for the $100-
a-couple dinner, highlight of the,
Academy year and traditional
kick-off for the South Florida Jew-
, ish community's social season.
Those named to the Dinner
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Mm Ar.in-.ii. 1.....pli Appleluuim.
Htermnn r.:i-.-h. Zvl Iterawr. Herman
. i;,rk. Morrix I'.i-niiiii. Carl Ur&naeK,
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Dublin, Abe HTisonhorir, Herman Ela-
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OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS
Rabbi Schiff of Beth El
Rabbi Solomon Schiff was or-
dained at the Mesifta Tifereth
Jerusalem Rabbinical Seminary in
New York, hy Dean Rabbi Moshe
I iinstein and al>o graduated from
IVrxtklyn College. He has been
rrving as spiritual leader of Con-
vocation Beth El in Miami since
He previously served as spiritual
I. .1 -or in Dubuque. Ioua. where he
hcl[>ed found a regional chapter of
the American Association lor the
1 -ed Nations, and served on its
1 il Executive Board as secre-
tary-treasurer. He pave a series
ol lectures on Judaism at the I'ni-
\ i'i sity of Dubuque.
He has served the Rabbinical
\-->ciation of Greater Miami as
1 etary. vice president and pres-
ident, and is currently its execu
1 vice president. He helped or
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ram. "Man to Man."' as well as
he Miami News sermon of the day.
I Religion under the auspices of the
I Dade County Medical Association. I
He is chairman of the License
i Committee of the Bureau of Jew-'
| i>li Education of Greater Miami,
! and also serves on the Bureau's
I Board of Directors and Advisory,
Council. He is faculty member Of]
the College of Jewish Studies. He
serves on the Hebrew Academy
Board of Directors, and its Cur-
riculum Committee.
He recently returned from a lec-
ture tour of South America, and
published a series of articles lo-
cally and nationally on conditions
of South American Jewry.
In 1963, Rabbi Schiff was tended
a testimonial dinner by his congre-
gation for his five years of serv-
ice. In May 1964. he was presented
the State of Israel Redemption
Award at an Israel Bond dinner
given in his honor.
Rabbi Schiff is married to the
former Shirley Miller, of Chicoga.
who received her degree in educa-
tion from Roosevelt University in
Chicago.
Mrs. Schiff received her religious
education at the Ivria Hebrew
High School and the Hebrew Theo-
logical Seminary', both in Chicago.
Mrs. Schiff is active in congrega-
Speak:
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, president
of the Orthodox Rabbinical Council
of Greater Miami, announced this
week that the world-renowned
Torah leader, ltabbi Chaim Kreis-
wirth, was honored at a recep-
tion Saturday 9 p.m.. in the Wedge-
wood Room of the Coronet Hotel.
Rabbi Kreiswirth, Chief Rabbi
of Antwerp, Belgium, recently ar- j
rived in the United States to at-!
tend the proceedings of the Union !
of Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America, which he addressed j
last week in Washington, D.C.
Rabbi Stauber said that the
entire Jewish community was in-
vited to attend the reception Sat-
urday evening to give recogni-
tion both to Rabbi Kreiswirth's
international standing as a Torah
scholar and to his past contri-
butions toward the advancement
of Torah education in this com-
munity.
One of this generation's mo,*
dynamic and sought-after orator's
Rabbi Kretswith spoke on '
subject of vital interest to Jewish
residents in the Miami comma
Uy." Rabbi Stauber declared.
Samuel Rheinhard. noted com
munal leader, was chairman of
the Arrangements Committee
le is chairman of the Religious | tional and communal activities,
iffairs Council of the Dade County Rabbi and Mrs. Schiff have two
ivil Defense, and is a member ol sons, Elliott 7, a student at the
he Committee on Medicine and \ Hebrew Academy, and Jeffrey 4.
Dr. Williams Appears at Emanu-EI
Dr. H. Franklin Williams, dean.
University College, University of
.Miami, was guest speaker at a
meeting of the Temple Emanu-EI
Brotherhood last Wednesday, Mil-
ton Sirkin. president, announced.
of the University of Miami as ]
sistant professor of history. He
became professor of history in
1946, which rank he continues to
hold. From 194B to 1963, he was
vice president of the university.
Dr. Williams' topic for the eve-
Dr. Williams taught as assistant
in history at Harvard University' ring was "Hiuher Education for
and later was teaching fellow in Today's Children."
j | history at Amherst College, Mass. Dr. Williams was introduced by j
Dr. Irving Lehrraan. Harold Segal
I In 1939, he joined the fecutty WM chairman of the program com-
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GUDATH ISRAEL. 7*01 Carlyle Av.
Orthodox. Rsobl "c Ewer.
wAVAT SHALOM CONOREQA.
TION "85 SW 67th AV- r,hotl0*--
Cantor Israel Kershner.
VSWE RMEtTwl SW 19th Ave.
Conservative.
BFTH DAVID. ?625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
,frvat.ve. Cmtor William W. Lip-
ton.
. p.m. l'uli'lt KUeat, Rnbbl
l.\.| s. iin.ni: "Jutlah's
Het,urunj B a.m. Rab-
,'- .. rmnn: "Joseph and Hi-
I tar Mitavah: Htanley, son
. mi Ji romc Oroaaman.
._ ----
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho.
dox R.ibbi Solomon Schiff.
p hi Sat unlay 8:30 a.m.
11. ni.iniliiiK .liistiii-." Min-
--------
EETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Ortho-
jo R.ibbi Berel Wein.
-------
BETH JACOB. 3U1-311 Washington
Orthodox. Cantor Maurice
.-
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BET" KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
SI
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II
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Traditional. Rabbi Max
C.intor Benjamin Ben-An.
iTinon: \ Ni ,i

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Ci
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A
i i patinn ini -ni' ni
If .ml hie -lf. will
- ,".i...i in hi ni
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O S H E CONGREGATION
[)iie Hwy. Conservative,
i Mai covitz. Cantor
H 'lk"S.
-
.i
-
TFILAH. 93o Euclid Ave Or-
abbl Joseph E. R.nkovsky.
_ ----
TORAH. 1f.4tn St and NE 11th
Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
:z. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirechen-
. ml v, i.". p.m. Tim.ill i in
livn i:., Mitsvah: .linn
i II I'.-lh K.,11111 -
a.m. Alin. li.i j p.in.
Ml.
.1 RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
-se-vative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
ntor Jack Lerner.
p in. Sermon: "Han V- rh
gvi*" Kxoana AZA members will
. pate i-i services : Saturday
i.in. Sermon: "Portion "I the
Minili.i 5:13 p.m.
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
... >
6Teveth 5:11 p.m.
1
i : : i
lii-it: in honor of non Roy'* birthday.
Saturday v;:*, a in. Mlnvha p.m.
----
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetres
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Groii.
1 PYlday 3:13 p.m. Saturday II a.m. and
.'.:"." p.m.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Consrvative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. C a nt o r Yehudah
Heilbraun.
-
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th
St.. Homestead. Conservative. Can-
tor Pincus Aloof.
---- ----
SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. ConsTvative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Svvirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
I h|m\ j:15 .i ml :13 p in Sal man
Mi .. hi > I Ra* Mil*
i,l Mr and Mr*
.:.-i-- BestH Mel.....le*.

JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
synagogue 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthociox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.

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. 11 "I
IVhri
I
RAbbl D ivifl L- M.
C^nto- -- Seit.
l-\ i.
MIAMI BFACH ETZ CHA'M.
..it Ave. O'thoaox. R.ibbi
Abraham Strassfo'd.
.
VUNYONAIRCS CONGREGATION.
3737 Bird Rd. Modern TraJition.il.
~
JHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber.
man.
FT LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801
F Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
BLAOLER GRANADA 50 NW 51it
PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeid. Cantor George Goldberg.
r day SilS p.m. Bermon: "Values."
Shabnat I..--is: Mr. and Mrs.
.,,.-, Cuben in ci i,-1m ,iii,Mi of her
aj Mi nil Mi David Uolden-
iOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
Friday 3:13 and 8:13 p.m. Sermon:
"The E inn,- of Judaism." Saturday
-, -iin Ser.....n: "Portion of Week.'
5EPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 646
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
mias.
l-'ricLiv p.m. SaiurdiO v'"" rn. Ser-
rhe i Ireati r Lo>..... 'hlldretV
TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN. Con-
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
Friday 3:13 and 8:13 p.m. Sermon:
"FreDeHllnatlon or la Our l.ifi- Con-
ipJlril from Above?" Saturday1 B:45
:i m. Sermon: "Jealouay- The Root of
All BvH?" Itar MltaValf: Nleven, non
m Mi. all.I Ah- ll,ili,:il Dome. Alill-
, li.i ~> :l."> ii.m.
'>'. I** -#______ ... .
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Ba-.ungard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
l-';-iil.i> <::tn pm. Ruhhl Raumsrard will
review "Hoiienl <. Clod," b> John A.
T Itoblnaon. Saturda> MilSam i
Mltxvnh: Rerald, son of Mr. and Mra,
Max Knuel. linn Mlu
, la in; In, r ,,f Air. and Airs. Manuel
l-'la.-liniau.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morns SkoD. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
Friday K p.m. Sermon: "Jewlah Teai'h-
inu- iibonI Noii-JeWM." Ones Shabbal
forum: "Should Jew* Tr) i" I'onverl
N.Mi-.l, -'.'' Mr, and Mra. Albert
liriixHmiin will hoal tin Kldduah In
honor of hla i. thilaj Saturdaj i" '"
a.m. Sermon: "Vaj Israah."
----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. |
R.ibbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Steini-r.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 41J4 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh.
Cantor David Conviser. ,
Fi lila> .-. i ni. ii
Snturda> i" ii
l ol All'.
non.

TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22n A.,- Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
C a nor Abraham
mi
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TEMPLE FMANL'-EL 1731 Wasl""0-
tor Ave. Conservative. Raobi Irving
l- i,ri.-.in. c intor Zvi Adi r,
i i ipil
11, mi ("Inn. Sal a; i ii
On I'oitluii "i Ihe
I. ni-
----
TEMPLE ISRAEL. I37 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Friday s:13 p.m. Service in hon.....i
in. mi, .il profi ---Mi- in tin.......imunlty.
Sermon: A Tribute ami a rhallenne
to tin- Medli al 1'i-of, -n.ii- I' n tivl-
ikiiIiir ii ill i- ii.....'I Ki n i Klaus,
Klaim Needell and I'aul i. Furlong.
n.' ....... -.......i...... ',<
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION VAYIGASH
.lurlah approacrred Joseph and offered himself as a servant
in Benjamin's stead, as he was responsible for the youngest
-on to their father. Unable to contain himself any longer, Joseph
revealed him?e:f to his dumb-struck brothers*, ,
He bade them return to Canaan, gather together wfir tarrd
lies and posses-ions, and return to Egypt for the durandft of life
famine, it Becrsheba, Cod removed Jacob's doubts as to tin
wisdom oi this course of action: "Fear not to go down into Egypt:
for I will there make of thee a great nation." (Gen. 36.3).
Jacob came to Egypt "with seventy souls." Joseph gave them
the land of Coshen to seitle in. "here they flourished and multi
plied.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is ex-
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Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.
i
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US Jewish Writers
Are Not Always Jewish
By RABBI ELIEZER A. LEVI
What ma! Writer?
In recent years, there have ap
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Fdilor: DR. SHLOMO KODKSH
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?Mhe: Shalom Yosef. how are you? t^f/lf HO ,r,EV BlVf
',V,-ef: Thank You, very well and '; ?58lVW TOM: JV$h jOTI
* how are yrru?
tf Fverj thing i< all right, fin order) |*>in r.r.H ^rlV .'^K Vsn
VV'here are >ou going?
! Y. I am going to eat
rtov
'
I Vt. Where do >ou eat lunch
) (noon-megl)
I V. I eat luntb in the restaurant
M. Where do you eat dinner?
(evening meal)
Y. f eat dinner imetime< at home
and sometimes in restaurant.
M, Is there a good rc-taurant on
this street?
Y. Yes, and where are you going
now?
M. I am going lo cat. loo.
*?
Y. Very good.
M. We are going together.
rr*.-,K ten r.r.n rcK
.nr*?Bisa
B'syB^'r,'?? B'sytV
si'n-a r,2\* r.sjsh w
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street
in the street
this
tbere is
we
e are going (m)
together
sometimes
3OT1
airna
mg
-,.
*:n:N
in'
B*aB^
how are you? f^ftf "?
everything is fine iin -nca ^3n
order)
where? (where to?)
to eat
lunch (noon-meal) C"inSTin-,n
restaurant ".'-.--
in the restaurant "7<:,r?
supper (escning-mcal) "r"n"^'
Hi*
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Comervative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Frldav 11:15 p.m. Saturday a.m. s.r-
ni,,m: "The l',,iiii,n of the Law." Bar
Mltcvah: Hanford, -......I Mr. and .Mi.-.
Sidney Kirn;.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. RabDi Eugene Labovit*.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Prldas s:l.'i p m Sati rdas v-13 a.m.
liar Mltivah: I'uvld, un ul Mr, und
Mi-. Hurii \\ Inti r
-
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW lotri it., Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April Cantor Nico Peldman.
l-'ii,la\ -'" |i in Sei mon "i "ournge i"
rii.nit,- your Mind Ita* MIMvuh:
Ann,- l.i-fkowliz. Siiturda) 8:45 a.m.

TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale
l-iiil.iy vl', p.m. SNKTV Sabbath
, Vouth (iroup ill ronduel the
-,., m. .- i.*hii ii readliw prepared by
i. ii .... si ;i-'l'V fuinp in Clvve-
i;iod. 'i'-i id '" l'i nted.

TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
l-'i-i,l:i> n.1", p.m. Oneg Shabbal apon-
-.....i lij Mi hi.i Mrs. I'mii-l,.- Kii'8i-h
in Ii......r of their iveridlna annlverxary.
ftiiurday 9 a.m. Services conducted
by Bernard l''iiiiu.in.
--------
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks
Cantor Ben Oickson.
i-'i iii,iy s:i", p.m. Sermon: "Superatl-
mi n Retlelon.'* Saturday vt.", a.m.
Si-iiiiiin: "Battling for Righteousness."
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TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man.
Kiiiliiy v:i,i p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Block will boat the Oneg Shabbal In
linn,,i- ,,f their wedding annlvei aary,
Saturday : a.m. Bar Mltivah: Mark.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sokoiow.
--------
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernlck.
Frldav s.^o p.m. Sermon: "la My Fa-
ther Aiiv,- ii'nal B'rlth Olrla yll]
host Oneg Shahbat. Saturday 9 a.m.
Stimuli: "Tin Portion of the Week."
YOUNG ISHAtL. 990 NE 171st St
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Friday ",:l", p.m. Saturday : a.m. Ser-
mon: "Approach t,, Divinity."
.- ,ih critj^mes oi
Ami'i-ican Jewish
authors. All of
these have been
well-written and
bj and large of
a -cholarly n a -
tine. However, I
have always been
puzzled as to the
. choice _9f "Amer
ican Jew i sh''
writers 'included
! in these sym-
poisiai Since
World War II.
the Aracri-RABBI EUZER IIVI
can novel has had a remarkably
i large number of top-notch contrib
utors who happen to be Jewish.
! To a greater or lesser extent, they
iay or may not have included a
Jrwish character or a Jewish ref-
erence somewhere in their stories.
It seems to me, however, thfff these
men, who represent the very best
of American novelists, do not write
:.s Jews but as Americans. I have
wondered whether this makes them
American Jewish writers.
In the field of non-fiction, the
essay and belles-lettres, there are
any number of American Jews
writing on Jewish subjectsespe-
i iallj tor Jews about Jews.
How then are we to define an
American Jewish writeras an
American who write- for publica
linn and who also happens to b<
ii [n this particular cast
i, tin- In- so, we arc rich in Amer-
ican Jewish -'liters. On the other
hand, I am inclined to. stmgest ih;
,i J.-w who is an American and
who writes for publication success-
fully is not necessarily an Ameri-
can'Jewish writer. 1 would rather
insist that in order to be so desig-
nated, one must be a Jew writing
about the Jewish people or their
concerns.
It seems to me ridiculous to call
a brilliant young philosopher, who
has published in America, who
happens to be of Jewish birth, and
whose subject is Thomist philoso-
phy, an American Jewish writer.
By my definition, there are very
tew' American Jewish novelists in
the same spirit that Isaac B. Sing-
ei or Sholem Asch were Jewish
authors. Milton Steinberg occa-
sionally. Howard Fast or Bernard
Melamud would qualify.
In other words, my definition of
an American Jewish writer would
be someone writing for publica-
tion who is himself Jewish and
who writes about Jews and abott^
Jewish concerns.
Beth Raphael, Synagogue Landmark,
To be Demolished for Hew Expressway
...
4 This fage is prepared in co-
' operation wxirx the Greater Mi-
ami RdMjfniCdl Association.
Coore'inatur of features ap-
pearmo, here is
DR. MAX LIPSCH1TZ
jbiritud leader of Beth Torah
r ation of \orih Miami
Beach.
i iiuiu :' ...:
A religious institutional land-,
mark here will be demolished in
the near future to make way for a
new expressway.
Beth Raphael Congregation, 139
, NW 3rd Ave.. has been notified by
the Florida State Road Department
to vacate its quarters on or about
Jan. 1.
Beth Raphael is Ihe first and
oldest Jewish congregation in
Miami. Over 40 years ago, it was
organized as Beth David.
When Beth David moved to its
present site at 2625 SW 3rd Ave.,
the congregation became known asi
the Downtown Synagogue. It subse-1
quently acquired its present namei
in memory of the parents of Julius
Sapero. honorary president of the |
congregation.
Mr. and Mrs. Sapero paid off i
Beth Raphael's existing mortgage
at a special mortgage-burning cer-1
emony some six years ago.
"We're now looking for a new lo-
cation, and we're prepared either
to build or to convert existing
quarters," according to Miami At-
torney Benjamin Agronow, who
serves Beth Raphael as recording
-ecrctary.
"Any location suitable to our
needs would be acceptable," he
declared, "and of course, if
we're fortunate enough to have
one donated to us, we would hap-
pily accept it."
Members of the congregation
currently have several locations in
mind, either in Miami or Miami
Beach. For some years now, Beth
Raphael has boen functioning with-
out a permanent spiritual leader,
but daily morning and evening ser-
vices, as well as Sabbath services,
are regularly held.
Agronow agreed that "it's sad
that we have to see an old land-
mark such as this go." But, on the
other hand, "we are hopeful that
the move will generate new life
into the synagogue that has quite
frankly been losing members to
j the outskirts of the community."
He said that "we have our eye
on youth. The younger people,
we hope, will take over, and the
enthusiasm we have noted for
the first time is quite frankly-
hopeful to us. A new location
will definitely mean a new lease
on a brighter life for us."
In addition to Sapero and Agro-
now, officers recently elected in-
clude Lawrence T. Berliner, first
vice president; Samuel Segal, sec-
ond vice president; Morris
Schwartiman, treasurer; Ralph
Krieger, financial secretary; and
Joseph Schwartz, second recording
secretary.
Board of Directors includes Sam
Hussein. Jack Kubel. Isador So.-na.
Julius Rath. Joseph Roth. Ralph
er ami Flyman Rosen.
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1964
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Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
TT th! COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
'\L and for oade county.
FLORID* IN PROBATE
No 64987C
IN';', KAl'XHTWN
'"notice to creditors
.,1 ,..,,:..- ml All Persons Hay-
;,.| ,,.,. 11. i.i.iiuis Against Haul
j :, i.> notified and re-
-".' > *IS '"' "-
. |, ,..., limy have against
of I HARLES KRAI s-
N ,.r I Hide Coun-
! '(.'ii.rlii lu llw Counts Judge* of
.,. .1 rile the name In
, .,,! .-. provided in Section
Idii .- MtlltM, in their of-
I ll'> I '.Mir! Ileus.' Ill
|,'(,l. >. I 'lorida, within -is cal-
tln the ii......'i tue
i hiioii hereof! or the name
Miami. Florida, this l-lli
,eii ii A.M. 1964.
;i:.\. I'.KACNSTEIN
a- !: .-.- itrix
blk'i.....ii of no- noflee ..ii
HJ November, It".I.
, l) J. KAI.IMI
,.;..: for Bxi utrix
ISIdli Miami, l-"l:i. 33131
f --.-:.
ii 80-87, IS i-ii
NOTICI BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
| ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. C4C 12692
1. W II IRRING I IX, .IK.
ff,
II tRRINGTl X,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
111 H a r i i mr t on
.
ford. (
\ \\S E HARRINGTON,
ii ... that a Bill !
it for >h on e him I.....
I jn and you are required to
i lp) ul ..'; .\,,-... I l ......
. Bll ft' nipliilnl on Ihe
I'liin atioi ne> B V R N K T T
Suite -'. 120 Lincoln Ri d,
u h, i'l Ida, and file the
\ .-. a I 'leading In i he
: the Ii k "i the Circuit
. i or bcfoii ill.- Slat da) . 1964. II v..u fall to do .-..,
.i b) defauil mil !> Uikeii
i for ill. relief demanded In
I of I - notice shall be published once
.. iveell fur four consecutive Weeks
Ilk! JEWISH Kl.nRIDIAN.
ini.nb AND ORDERED t Miami,
. thin iTin clay of November,
A I' !'.".4.
B t.eathkrman, Clerk,
.:: Court, Dade County, rlorlda
By: K M. I. v.MAN
Deputy Clerk
X'BTT RUi It, I..-U.
.-..".i, 426 Uncdn ltd.
->i .nil Beach, I- ki Ida
.. Lturiiey tor Plaintiff
11 20-27. 12 4-11
rMiM
BY HENRY LEONARD
"I gave the same Sermon
changed the jokes."
Co"r 1*64, Do>
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNT/. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 13257
VIYRX \ GOODMAN,
I'laintirr,
\.-. ,
FREDRIC JAV Ci il>.MA\.
I lerendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: FREDRIC JAY 111 "D.MAN,
. ,. Manger Hotel
I'levelaud, Uhlo
You. FREDRIC JAY QIKIDMAN,
are hereby notified thai a Kill of
Complaint for Divorce lias been filed
ngaintd you, anil you ure required i"
serve u cop) of your Answer or Plead-
ing i" ill.- Kill of Complaint on lhe
Plaintiff* Utorney, TALIANoFF,
waller & LITMAN, 426 Lincoln
Road, .Miami Bench 39, Florida ami
iil. the original Answer or Pleading
in the office ..i the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 5th day "i
January, 1963. If you fall to d<> so,
ju.itm.nl by default' will be taken
.mainst you for the relief demanded
In the Kill ..I Complaint,
l>ATKI> at Miami. Florida. Ibis 2nd
ila\ i i>.....imber, a.i. 1961.
i: k i.eatiiekman.
Clerk, 'ir.'iiii Court,
Dade County, Florida
is.ai. By: i.. KNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
Talliinoff, Waller A.- Lit man
I2il Uncoln Road
.Miami Beach, Florida
Atl......ij for I'lain tiff
12 l-ll-IS-23
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ho- iiii.li rsicn -.1 desiring to engage In
business under "he fictitious name ot
\MERICAN INSURANCE PRBMTIM
FINANCE PLAN al P.O. Box II'..
Miami. Pla. 1131*1 Intends l" register
sai.i name with the clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of l M-i- County, Florida
ki.akek inskkance agency,
INC., a I'M
I'AI'l. KVVITNEV of
Sih ersl -i'' K rt to > .^ i<
An......v for Applicant
I2U Uncoln Road
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 65081-A
I l.\ RE Extale ''
JAMES I MARKS,
........i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i \;i i iiitoi and All i i sons
I \\:,\ [nu claims ... I ni inds Again*!
s. id Ei-lat.
Von ill notified and reqtlir-
,.,l to presel I .n luinu and demanilM
v hi, h \.. i null hav ngulnst the
estate of JAMES I MARKS' d< eas-
ed late of Bade Count? f r '"
tin County Judges ..t Bade Cuunty,
ami file ill" same In dupllcute and
nt provided In Section 733 IS, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the oun-
i\ Courthouse In Bade County, tor-
Ida, within si\ calendar months from
Hi.- time of the flrsi publication
hereof, or th same will be barred.
Dated lit Miami. Florida, this Hull
day of November, A.D. KH.
lilt.I'A MORA MARKS
As Executrix
l-'irst pobllcarlon ..f this notice on
ihe 27th da? of Xov. 1964
A. JAY CIUSTOI,
Attorne> for Km .ii!ri\
:'i N'ortheasl lal Ave,
Miami, Florida
II 27, l-l. 11. 1^
|2 4-U-l-2J
notice under
fictitious name law
i ICE is ii KREIIY i IIVEN thai
nnderslgnei d< Irlng to engage
mess i'ii.I. the fictitious name
"Kl'KA TRABISll COMPANY al
a rd St reel Miami, 1- lorida,
- ..ni n.une w uh the
i the 'Ii cull i "ourl .'' i 'ail,
I .
HERBERT BBATE
BIDNi:\ \\ EINSTEIN
S......" tiers
It .< EERi iNSl IN
> for Applicants'
ul. Build
II :'T. 12 I. 11. IS
-E CIRCLiT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
0= FLORIDA N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 6-iC 12724
'.'. I M.l am.-' i l:<:11
M* BANK
ri., ntili
WEATII ERSTi iNE, .- pa i nt
in ij; iliau, etc i al,
|.. nd mts
NOTICE OF SUIT
n \\ .-.. i tone as p
i i: iiu ii lian .'f l.iii.i..
n W >tone, Bale Tl
v...ii]',. '.. .iii'i Sanda An-
\\ entb.-r.- .,..-. Mil "i -.
106 Ural Vvemie
In ii .1 I luan
h re hi Ifli 'I that tht
i. apl !"ii".i a. Ion li..- been In-
.1 again in the Cli cull
f the Eli ii nth Judicial Cli -
I-1..I i.la ii and for I >ade Coun-
'!..-. mm igage upon the
: i: dew ni" I enl property:
i in... k 'CTI.ER KI1M1E
i' ni >N ii ii ii cording to the
thereof, recorded In I'lul
i: "k tin al Pa : 68 of Hi.- Public
.Is nf Dude Countv, Florida,
Ihl r With V., Ibill K III liven
k.i nge -" -< and \ eitetian
ll.is
You are req .-,! i.. file a respon-
pleading to i.lainiii'i's complaint
lib lhe Clerk .a the aforesaid Court,
i.i serve a cop> thereof uimhi plaln-
attorne? MARTIN PINE, Da.de
r.d Hulldinu. Miami. Florida S1SI.
later than December L'ist. 1<4,
a Decree Pro > on return will be en-
.1 iiKainst you
I'ATBD: November 17, l64.
E. U. LBATHRRMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: ^. M. l.VMA.N
D|mti Cl.rk
VttTIN KINK
ide Federal Building
".i'ui, TWlda Iti I
II 20-27. 12/4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 1C7u4
I .1.1. \K SAV'IXi :S BANK OF THE
v I IF NEW \oHK,
piaintirr, .
V'ERNi >S ESCI1. el ux. el al,
Defel
NOTIdl OF SUIT
TO J I- .'on -
Si. J ep K.
Ed St I. "'ii-. Ill
Pliyll I. K
Rut Itl Route V"
W ... || ,.'.!.. II1
vnillani li Joni -
kUZ North 12th Strei
Mount V'ernon, 111.
you ." herjpby notified tliat the
ihuvi apl i-m.'il action has bi en In-
si.int.-.l .igulnst jou In the fin til
Court of the- Kiev, nth Judicial I
,.i i |oi i.i.i in .ni I for I'a.l. Count? to
..... icuge upon the follow-
ing di scribed real properl? :
l..,i 3 BIik : FTttNEYBIH "'K ES-
TATES, .' irdlng to Hi.- Plat
i i. .1 in Plat Book 6'
,,i Page in "i Ibe Publii II.....rds of
Dade County. Florida, together with
\.....tlan lilluds.
\u ., -i .: ,i to file .1
Hive pli adlng i Ida ntlff's i omplalnt
wnli the Clerk >'i the afor said Com l,
rvi .... then "i in "ii plalnt-
in attorne? MARTIN PINE.
1 ,i. i.,i II || lln t, Miami. Florida 33131,
nol lull i than l>. cember ^^. 1964, or a
[ro CoitteMO will be
1 ...
DATED NoM ml', r 24, 1961.
II r. NEATHERMAN,
Clei k "i ih< l" u'1 '"''
,.,.;,U B? C, P COpELAND
I ivput? Clei l;
M VRT1N n.M.
Dude K.'.l.ial Building
Miami, Florida, 33131 11 !.. 12 1-11-18
M
VI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY lilVKN that
undersigned, desiring to engage In
liens ui.,1. r 'I'... i'l,,, It li.t.u i, ii,,.. i J
'"..ii t,i I ..toe i i. 'nil'. l-lol'l
li & S I4KSI ACKANTS INC.
A Florida Corp,
mj Emma ii. :i, a, i, president
, li. CHONIN
for ii ,v .- Restaurants Inc.
.1 \m-t., IS i-ii
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6S062-A
IN RE: Estate ol
SAMl'EI. Ilil.I.V'K
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
t.. All Creditors and All ivrsmi- Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against BaM
"Vmi are hereby notitied and re-
uuired to pres.nl any claims and de-
mands which you may haw against
the estate of SAMl'EI. l'Ol.-vCK
deceased late of lh.de County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of "e
Countv, and ni.- the Miirte in duplicate
and as provided In section ......i<,
Florida Statute*, in their ottloes in
the Count} Courthouse In Dade coun-
ty. Florida, within si\ calemhir inonths
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this nili
da, ol N.....mhcr. A.D. IJ**.
1*111 1.41" I'l II.I.A' 'K
1K\ IN''. I'OI.I.ACK
LOUIS I'ul.LACK
v.. '>,., itors
Kirs'. ';'"ii ol ihii- n.'lice on
the Hi .....So\embei, MM.
\ IRON M K SNER
\ ne] '
ll/W-87. I-/*-"
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL C RCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CM'Nrrrv
No. 64C 12719
R| i\\ v !! HovVAKli ti II KM AN.
I'L.inliil.
\
ui.or.iA joan ; i.n k man,
ii hint.
NOTICE BY PUBL CATION
Til lilAIRlA JOAN tH.ICKMAN
, ,. li..I- H ii' >
III Sterrel Avenue
i 'o\ in- a, Ki ni ucky
Yon ale fiefeb? notified thai a Com-
[ilalni for Divorce has been Hied
against yon, and you are hereb? re-
quired to s. rve a copy of your An-
swer i" the Complaint on tne Plain-
tiff's uttorney. I.I'.STEK RoOERS,
Whose nddress lr '.'L'l NAY. I4ih Str,.l.
Miami, Florida, and fil- the original
of your Answer with the office of the
Cl.rk .it file Kl.v.iith Judlolal ClrOUll
in ami for Dade County, Florida, on
.,1 before the '.'Isi day ol Docember.
l'...;i. lu default of which the Com-
plain! will be taken as confessed bj
li K I.EAI'M'I'M V
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: K. M 1.1 ->ia.\
Deputy Clerk
11 26-27. 12 1-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\ii,|.-i: is HEREBY OrVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i" engage In
busili. -- undi i the fictitious name ot
A.- ri |(( i i itl 210 IXsth Street,
Miami ll<." I. Pla., Intends to rei
s:ii.| mini, with the Clerk of tl Cir-
cuit Com i l lade i'..iiiii>. 1- l"i Ida.
i: rilEI, UltEENHEI.D
Sole i IW mr
10-27, 12 4-11
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 13232
MICHAEL KANIS.
Plaintiff
\ -
,|i lYi'i: X K VNIS,
I ..-lell.lain
ORDER TO APPEAR
Yol', JOYCE N KANIB, Is2 Alden
Drive, \v.....Ibrl Ige, \ ii-ginia, aii
.iiiii'e.i lo serv. .. "!" < your
to the Complaini for divorce on Plain-
tiffs attorney, t'luiidi M. liunies -
Caliim.l Bldg., Miami. 32, Pla., and
iil the original In il.....Wee of the
Clerk of Ih. ii. mi Com t. mi or be-
fore the llth da? of .laiiuar?. I
., I >,,r... Pro C......--.. >wii ... in. i. .1
iiarulnsi ji.ll
I luted I cember 2, l4,
i: |l !.i: VTIIKHM \N
i i, i\ cin nil Com i
(neai I !' I' Ctll'El.ANB
I.. put? '!< rk
U' 4-U-1K-2S
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 12765
tlKi .i:<;i: i: .\i HIDE,
1 'l.i i ni ill.
\ s.
DEONi: NuKl.i:.
I ..-leiidaiu.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: LEONE N< >KI.E
18 Coderlngion Street
Barrle. Ontario. Canada
Tou. LEONE NOBLE, ore hereby
notified that S Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the Kill
of Complaint on lhe Plaintiff's attor-
ney, HERBERT K. \YI1.ENSKY, 317
Hl's.iiMie Building. 13 West Plagler
Street. Miami 32. Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
ofriee of the' Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the fiat day of
December. 10641. If vou full to do so.
judgment bj default will be taken
against vou lor the relief demanded
In the Kill of Complaint.
This notice shall lie published once
each week lor four coneecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH KI.OKIHIAN
DONE VND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this ISth day ol November,
A.D. 1964,
B. K l.l'ATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, I hide Count), Florida
(seal) B? \K,run, i Ite Moi ford
I i.|. 'i \ Clerk
HERBERT II W II.ENSKY
317 ills, lyni Bull Ing
Flu I3."i
II -" 27,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
KIHS CADILLACS al 3130 S'.W Mli
Streel Miami, Floi lilu intend !, i --u -
i-i, r xiiIII name with the Clerk of the
Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
1.1.1 ..... SOCTII MIAMI
l.l ill I'EI'. INC.
Bj AIii. cl \ Wi is-. Presldi nl
John N Cuuiming. Sccrelar?
'I IRISTIE .v I.EVENSTKIN
All..i tie? for Lloyd ol .- ulli
Miami Limited, li
12 I-11-1N-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that
the iiu.lei.-i-' l ing lo ei
business under ii,. rictillotis nan
K. I.. .-niiK .. COMPANY at Hilt
Floor, 101 East I lagl. I Slrei l, Mian .
|, ii.ridn Int. n.K n il name
u It li ih- Clerk of the I Court
,,t 11:,,I. 'mini '. Florida
|{ I,. COOK
DAVID I'. CA I .-MAN. KStJ
All......'? I'ol It. I. '"".-
II ^7. 12 I 1
NOTICK UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
i business under the fictitious name of
I'AN AVION STAMP COMPANY nl
P.O. Box ST':. .Miami K.ai 11. Kin. 33136
intends lo register said name with the
Clerk '.r the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HARRY KKIi'HENTHAI.
s..i. owner
K' I-11-1S-23
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 60093-A
RE: ESTATE OF
RI IX 'I.I'll li :i .1 >SfH I 11
.....used.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is neieby given thai we
have filed our final .report and peti-
tion l..r Final Discharge a- Executors
of the estate of Kl ImiI.I'll FELD
KCHl'H dei seil: .111,1 thai on Ihe
"Hi ii.n ,.i January, 166." will a.ppl) i"
the Honorable ft", I BLANTl IN
County Judge of Bade County, Kim-
uppi oval ..I ii,l final repi rt
am' fin final discartte as Exei'Utors
,.f Hi, Estate ..: i:t I H.l'll FELD-
S' Hill, ileci used.
This -Till da? ..f November, ll'.n.
.-AMI-l-'.l. ELDSCHPH
HENRY NORTON
j HENRY NURTllN
A i l.-t lie? I"i- Kxel lit..i -
\-: 1-11-18-2;
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOft DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 65058 A
IN RE: Esi.it" of
Ji HIN P VToN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All I'.i..... Hav-
ing Claims oi I', in.m.I- Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notllied and re-
quired i.. present nni .'aims and de-
. mamls which ?ou may have against
I the estate "I JOHN PATON de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
io tin- County Judge* ..I Dude County,
and file the same in duplicate ami as
provided in Section 138.16, Florida
Statutes, in their ollices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six inlendar months from
Hi,- time of the 1,1.-1 publication here-
of, or the same will be barred
Haled at Miami, Florida, th 16th
,l.i. ,.i November, A.D. M6I
SAM-. iRD S. FAl'NCE
As Executor
FACNCE, PINK ,v boRAIAN
1502 Congi Miami Hoi
Attorneys fur the Executor
i-27, 12 4-U
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65063-B
IN I: I: Estati ol
\.\\ \ SCHWARTZMAN a k a
ANN \ H SCHWARTZMAN,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors nnd All Persons Hav-
i mantis Age Insl Sa Id
I --'ai,
You nre hen by no! ITIed and re-
quired lo pi" ni an? claims and de-
nuiiids wliU'lt you ma? have againsl
Hi, .-ia.....i ANNA SCHWARTZ-
MAN .' I a \NNA H sillW ARTZ-
XIAN 'i. .'...-..I i.i!.- of 1 'a,l. Count? .
Florida, lo the Count? Judges of Dadi
i 'ount?. and i tme in dupilcati
ami i'i"\ i.i. ,i in s. ctlon J33,16.
Florida Statutes, in then- ofrices III
the Count? Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar......iths
rrom the li'i e of the first publii al ion
oi i he -am. \\ ill be bai l ed
Bated al Miami. Florida, lln- ::"ili
,ln\ of Nol ni'ier, A.D. 1964.
DAVID 11 KIN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on the
4i!i da? of December, 1964.
iryi.m; cypen law m kicks
Attorne) !'"i- Executor
P.O. Box 2099, Miami Beach, Pla.
12'4-11-1"--"
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN I
the iiii.i' i tlesli Inn to en*
in business undei the I ctltious nu
..i KEI I'M s ha l: ni ..7:." ft*. Fli
Street, Miami, Intends to register
said mi ii" wltl l lie i '1' i h of i he i i -
cult Court of Bade Co
i'AII. A KONITZEIl
Sole i >w i" i
R( IBERT LEW Isi IN
Attorn, v foi Applic ml
-."7 I lagl. i Pi ral Bldg
II 20. 27. 12 1 L
NOVICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN I
the ui'.l. rsign, I. desiring i" engage In
I business imil.; tin Belli ml* name of
KN1TKD AMERICAN UNDERWRI-
TERS ai 1463 Drcxel Avenue, Miami
Ri Hch, l !"i' I Inn nds to regl
... ,i a.,in, with I lie i 'lei k of the Cir-
cuit Court "i I "nili County, hlorlda
NATIONALTEI EPIIONE ALARM
CO.. IN.' I'l..1 i.ia Corp.
il 27 12 4 n -: -4
of
UTS
M I
il I
.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 58277-A
IN RE: Estate of
BESSIE KIJvIN
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOB DISCHARGE
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
JJOTIQE is hereby given that 1
hav. filed my Final Report and Pe-
tition lor Distribution and Final Dis-
charge .Is K\.i'Utor of the estate ,.l
Bessie Elkln, deceased: and that on
th- LL'll.i day Of IV.-ember. 1C4. will
apply to the Honorable Count) Judges
of Had. County, Florida, for approval
of said Final Report and for distri-
bution ami final discharge as E\-
utor of lhe estate nf the above-named
decedeul This 23rd day of November,
1964
HARRY Zl'KERNICK
1 ;xecutor
HARRY Zl'Kl'.RMCK
\ irne?
120 I.n.
Ida
11,27, 12/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE l~ HEREBY GIVEN
Hi. undersign. I, desli Ing to el
business .....I 11.. fli : itiuu* nuni
CABANA CLl't! GARDEN Al
Ci >RP l.".o S.ft' IS'th
.inn :.:. F Inf. ihI* to n glster
i. ,1.. n uh the 'lerfc of Hi.- Clr
i ,,i I ludi i unt?. Florldu.
DAVID M ll-IN
.- .....A
I I -.'7. 12 4
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS
Whereas, LEON KAI'I.AN. MIAMI.
II,.>RII>A; MARIE I'. KAZMA1ER.
MIAMI. FLORIDA; ERNESTINE C.
EBERT, MIAMI. FLORIDA; did on
the 19th da) of April, A.D. 1930, cause
t., l.e Incorporated under the laws of
the State of Florida STAR TRADING
CO.. INC.. a '.irpoiation. with its
principal place of business at MIAMI.
DADE i'OCNTY. in (he State of Flor-
ida, and whert-.i- such corporation on rhe '.':ird day of November. A.D.
1964, cause to b. UU-.1 in the office of
the Secretary of Stale ,.f the State or
Florida, file iioemmulai > authority
reuulre.1 under Se.tloii ntff.27, Florida
s.....il- show mg ih. dissolution ol
such corporation
..o.\, ,n.ie...... th.- Secretary ..r
state does hereb? certify t<> the f..r--
goln gaud thai hi i- satisfied thai ih
requirements of the law have been
compiled w uh.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
h.i em l" in li in.I and ha v -
affixed th lire S. .,l ..i the State
of Kl-ri'l... ai I'i'.lla'las.-.', the
i 'apl al TW ENTY THIRD
i \. '\ i Mill It, V.li.
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Friday. December
11. 19S4

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TttiS is OUR SMiLjNG-
LOAN OFFICER. (MS
PHILOSOPHY is THAT IT
IS BETTER TO 6iV& -
Than to receive.)
THAT STUf-F
HfS HOLD/NO is MONEY.
IF YOU mfT SEE E/fOUOR
OF /T AROUND YOUR
HOUSE, WHY DON'T YOU
come hi And borrow
SOME?
ONE OF HlS SECRETS
is THAT HE ALWAYS
WEARS GREEV OARTERS.^
Bur DON'T TELL R/Af
* VIE TOLD YOU
SEE MS
GREEN THUMB
THAT'S NOT BECAUSE
HE'S SUCH A 0-000
GARDENER:
IT COMES F80M
COUNTING- OUT AIL
THE OREEN MQNEf
h-e lends to
People-
E REALLy DOES//Y KEEP
RiS MONEY IN A PA'lL -
ff D/'D }T FOR SHOW tyHEN
HE POSED FOR TH/'S
THE LOAN OFFICER
at the United National Bank is easy to talk
to. When you sit in the comfortable chair
on the other side of his desk you get the
feeling that he really wants to help and
that he will go all out to see that you get
what you came for. whether it's a loan for
a new car or for business expansion. He
is a professional banker. He can answer
your questions. Make suggestions, offer
advice. You get a feeling of confidence
when you talk to him and you know he
means what he says when you walk out
with your money.
The United National Bank is a new bank
... our money is brand new, our vault is
brand new, everything in the bank is brand
new except the old-fashioned way we treat
people .. that's not new, just unusual.
So please come in and let us fuss over
you. We consider it part of our service.
UNITED
NATIONAL
BANK

?*"* F 0
UNI ED NA I lONAL BANK BO S. WSCAYNE BOULEVAKO MUM FLORIDA 33131 TELEPHONE 377 8731
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ovnan s
World
'"Ofewislti Flor idiaoa
Miami, Florida, Friday, December 11, 1964
Section 3
Mrs. Harman at Luncheon Here
rge committee of leaders of the Greater Miami Women's
American Friends of the Hebrew University, are
; to make the Dec. 17 "Woman of 'he Year" tribute to
z Krensky an outstandinq luncheon event. Amonq
who have pledged their full support at a President's
n qiven by Women's Division president, Mrs. Samuel
...I, are Mrs. Harold Thurman, who is shown pourinq.
qht are Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, Mrs. Rhea C. Glad-
. Irs. Herman C. Offenbach, Mrs. Joseph H. Epstein and
-'u-sie Amdur.
UN Delegates
At Conference
n Palm Beach
Mrs, Zena Harman, chairman oi
lh( Executive B > a r i i Nations Children's Fund
i NICEF\ and wife of Isra< I's
Ambassador to the United States,
Avraham Harman, will be guest
speaker at the "Woman of the
Year" Awai I luncheon on behalf
of Hebrew t niversity, it was an-
nounced by Mrs, Leonard Rosen,
(hairman ol the event,
Vice chairman of the Board of
I NICEF in 1957 and 1958, and
( liairman of t ht- Program Commit-
tee for ti\" terms, Mrs. Harman
v ill speak at the luncheon which
:. *pon?ored by the Greater Miami
Women's Division ;ii the Fontaine-
Lleau Hotel on Thursday noon.
Pec. 17.
Mrs Inez KrensKy "ill receive
the "Woman of the Year" Award
ni recognition oi her "distinguish-
ed civic, cultural, educational and
philanthropic achievements." Mrs.
Krensky has served as president
ol Mt. Sin. i Hospital Auxiliary,
tin- Sisterhood ol Temple Beth
Sholom and r.s campaign chairman
.! the Women's Division of Com-
bined Jewish Appeal. Mrs, Philip
! Thau i- serving as co-chairman
I the luncheon,
.\ii>. Samuel Simonhoff, presi-
(! nt of the Greater Miami Worn
ens Division, announced that
Mrs. Harman recently received the
"Woman ol the Year" Award from
the American Friends of the He-
brew Universitj .it a luncheon in
New York.
The first Israeli to head an in-
ternational agency of the United
Nations, Mrs Harman was honor-
ed "for her efforts on behalf ol
youth in Israel, in appreciation
her leadership in the world ci
munity of nations and for her
puusal of the humanitarian ide
which are Ihe guiding principles
of the Hebri University ol Je -u-
salem."
From lfl.i! to 1955, Mrs Harm in
was a member ol the permanent
mission and of the Israeli deleaa-
lion to the United Nations,
An outstanding pro-ram is plan-
ned for the luncheon honoring
Mrs. Krensky. Theme for the
event is "Growth Through Edu :a-
tion," a tribute to the Hebrew I
versity, Israel's largest institution
of higher learning with a student
body of over 10,000 and a faculty
oi 1,200,
MRS. ZtNA HARMAN
Cardiac Group
Schedules Two
Functions Here
Miami Chapter 2. National Chil-
li n's Caruiac Hospital monthly
incheon and card party is planned
Tuesday noon, in the charter
o ir ol the hospital. All proceeds
." i Ihe hospital. Luncheon chair-
.,n is Mrs. Irene Danzig.
Annual dinner dance of the chap
pi .- scheduled lor Sunday eve
Dec 27, 7:30 p.m.. at the
cana Hotel.
rvatii ns may be made with
- Louis Wolfe and Mrs. Sam
"it.
Florida Division of the United
Nations Association held its tenth
annual meeting at Palm Beach
Towers in Palm Beach.
Delegates from .Miami in attend
ance were Bayard Strell. presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Chapter.
Vice President Prol. and Mrs. An-
dre S. Bialolenki. Irvin R. Schind-
ler, district coordinator, and Mrs.
Schindler, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam
l.eff, of the Coral Gables Chapter.
Miss Agnes (Tabtree and lly Mor-
ris were also in attendance.
Dr. Joseph SiSCO, Deputy Assist-
ant Secretary of State for Interna-
lional Organization Affairs, deliv-
ered an address on the U. S. stake
in the United Nations.
Dr. James T. Tedeschi. of the
Department of Psychology, Univer-
sity Of Miami, spoke on "ihe Be
havioral Sciences and Human
Survival." Also participating in the
program were Col. Frank Dum
i augh, president of the Ambassa-
dors of Friendship, and Dr. Frank-
lin William-, dean of the Univer-
sity of Miami. William Napoli.
president of the Collegiate Coun-
cil of the United Nations in Flor
Ida, reported at the conference.
The nth annual Florida meeting
as scheduled for the Internation-
al Inn in Tampa

Aviva Group of Hadassah held its eighth annual Medical
Center dinner dance at King's Bay Countrv Club. Left to
right are Mrs. Bernard Mandler, chairman; Mrs. Herman lsis,
-o-chaiimcn; Mrs. Morris Herman, president; Mrs. Sam Sher-
man, vice president; Mrs. Theodore Marks, co-chairman. Pro-
feeds of the affair are marked for the Hadassah Hospital in
Israel
repeat at a svllaul! saw $&% ta ft%
on our famous rings with the stretch band
1.09
Reg. $7.50-$ 15. Yes, these are the selfsame rings you've seen
for much higher prices, now yours at Burdine's for a fraction
of their original values! 24 styles, from tailored goldstoncs,
paved rhinestones, to genuine cultured onyx, pearls, cocktail
types and others. Buy for yourself, or as gifts one size
fits all!
cottuma .ewe!., -'oor DOWNTOWN MIAMI .1 all 6 Burdlne'i s'o.rs
|.l ,. IllX
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Pccje 2-B
Jfe*#sf ncrlcUan
Friday, December H
B'nai Raphael
Rummage Sale
B'nai Raphael Si*terhood rum-
mage sale will be held on Sunday
.r. the parking lot of Citizen-; Na-
tional Bank Route 441 and Wash;
n>-ton St. West Hollywood. Mr-
Ken Greenhere. rummage chair-
man, announced.
On Monday evening, members
will be honored at Sisterhoods an-
nual paid-up membersnip affair
co-chaired by Mrs. Kmanuel Broun,
membership vice president, and
Mrs. Mack Becker. December cir-
cle leader.
A musical revue. "How to Suc-
ceed in SisH-rhi'id by Really Try-
ing.'" will highlight the evening'*
festivities at Norland Elementary
School Auditorium. 1934U NW 8th
Ct., -tartine at 830 p.m.
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Founders Dav Luncheon Committee to com
plete plant for the affair to be held at the Eden
Hoc Ho'e! en Monday, Dec. 21 for the Miami
Beach Lazarus Group of H.tdassch. meet a*
the home of Mrs. Harrv Kastan 9124 Carlvle
Ave. Bottom row left to right' are Mesdames
Johann Berman, William Kaufman, chairman,
David Duckor, co-chairmars. Jack Wolfstein.
rresidert and Sanford Jacobson. Top row fieri
to riaht are Mesdames Bennett Joseph. Baer
Zuckerbraun, Harry Kastan, hostess, and lock
Sdqcz.
ORT Chapter Meeting
Miami Beith Afternoon Chapter
of Women's American ORT
held it* general meeting on Wed-
r< Ida) Dec. 9. at the Monte carlo
Hotel. Brunch was at 11:45 am.,
followed by n candlelighting cere-
mony and Mrs, Lou Jacob
son i- president 1'roeram chair-
n an is Mr- Sol mon Siegel.
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Zamora USY Presents Play
United Synagogue Youth of Tem-
ple Zamora presented a Cbanuka
I'hiy at the Temple on Sunday eve
nmg. Participants were:
Steven Kusniek. president: Na-
omi Smukler, recording secretary;
i lara Zion, corresponding secre-
tary; Steven Shuman, treasurer;
Robert Kussner, program chair-
man; Edward Greenberg, fund
raising chairman.
Ben Louis Schachter, Mark Pol-
lack. Lorettn Smiles. Tully Rois-
man.
Also Stuarl Arnet, Joyce Katz-
man, Judy Lieberman Barry Ned
elman, Lin< a Reff, Jason Sara,
Marc Shapiro, Malca Fischman,
i.i ii1 | Greenberg, Richard Pol-
lack, Bruce Hein. Eva Tibor. Rob-
c!l Pepper Mark Tucker. Ross
Sie\c Braun, Jeffrey Nedcl.
man. Kenneth Stein. Rachelle
Glantz, Richard Josepher, Larry
lien. Arnold Greene, Adrienne Sie>
gel, Kami A'eisinger, and i;
Reynolds.
Group ad'isor is Mrs, Abraham
Kusniek, Sisterhood served re-
ireshments.
Hope School Cruises
Hope Schcol is planning s<
c-ruises in 1965 to raise turn
the mentally retarded. In charge
i reservations is Mrs, Sydney
l.c t\ itt.
busy with final arranqements for
rkoff meeting and installation niqht
I : wed by all South Florida Technion
t on Tuesday at the DiLido Hotel. Hos-
ptai::v Committee members, all resident of
3 Island Ave., are (left to righP Mrs. Ethel Glus-
mem, Mrs. Rose Levine, Mrs. Fay Tupler, Mis.
Helen Kleinman, Mrs. Nathan Adelman and
Mrs. Sam Weiss. (See story. Page 10-A.)
liami Hadassah December Meets
r meetings and events
the ihami Chapter of Hadas-
been set.
'iva Group will have a meet
inday, to a.m.. at the
- Stanley Gilbert, 7635
I33T? St. Luncheon will be
ved, : igram will bjp a presen-
n songs and dances by the
Nursery School. Frank
im, director of Young
ill speak on Camp Judea
ile of Hadassah in the
ai Group meeting at Tyler's
k Restaurant in back of Mod-
\j on Miami Gardens Dr. on
day will include a presen-
m oi the "Wonderful World
Fl i r-" by Southern Bell Tel-
Breakfast will be serv-
9 15 to 10 a.m.
17 the chapter will give
j party for children at
North Miami General Hospital.
Mrs Frank Haddad is chairman Of
the project
Chaim Weiimann Group \wll
hold a games party on Sunday, 8
p.m.. at the Pioneer Huh. 251) NW
North River Dr Proceeds "ill be
given to the cyebank ol the Hadas
sah Medical Center, project which
continues to tight the disease tra-
choma to protect the eyesight of
the children of Israel.
On Monday. Weizmann Group
will hold an B p.m. meeting at the
Pioneer Club. A lecture will be pre-
sented on "Coins oi Many Na-
tions." A tribute to the founder oi
Hadassah. Henrietta S/old. will be
pi esented.
Tikvah Group was to meet Thurs-
day evening, Dec to. at the South
Miami Federal lor a Chanuka par-
ty. Polk dance pro-ram will be
performed >> Mrs. Theodora Block.
Menorah Group will highlight
Hadassah Medical Supplies at a
10 a.m. brunch meeting on Monday
.it Hillei House on the University
oi Miami campus
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1. 1964



Z-augh'.ers come-of-age to be presented at the Standing (left to right) are Sandra Sue Isaacs,
.-.nibassador's Ball on Saturday evening. Dec. Janet Lenore Katz. Sandra Lois Weinstein.
-o. at the Fontainebleau Hotel are seated Rosalind Merritt. Carol Sheila Tren' Janet Sue
::ont row) Linda Iris Pollak. Bonnie Gaye Cy- Rabinowitz. Romelle Emey Weinkle and Mar-
.:en. Leslie Gail Fine. Seated (back row) are gie Pat Schulman.
Meryl Sue Weston and Sandra Lynn Rubin.
Coterie of Young Ladies Come-of-Age
To be Presented at Ambassador's Ball
i a tradition established four
terii young ladies
' will be d in
utanti .t- this year'*
.;il t.. be held Sat
Dec >' ..t the
lot
rho bj the
Israel Bond 0
r the p.'
[ Israel 1
lited nd the G
: Floi
\t this : bal
nor R -'-::. Hun i
. resentt
Me)
i' an of 1 en -

Vs in pi ears members
Greater Muni: Consular
ps will ix- presented to the Am
saador and the Governor in a
- mbotk jest in >: mutual friend-
rieadmg the committee are Leon-
chairman. Samuel
I dland. honorary chairman;
- ck chairman of the
.lack \ Can-
.: ..nd marshal; Sumey D An-
chairman of the patrons >(
honor Maurice Revitz. chairman
diplomatic presentation*, and
- San H H Ct, chairman Oi the
ssador's corps of -; -
Debutante- incl
Bonnie Ga>e Cypcn, daughter of
pen. 320
lo It Miami Beach, at-
- Miami Beach Hifh >.
she i- a member oi
S rvice Club ..rid |
:nue

Leslie Gail Fine, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs Abe C line. 6575
Miami Beach, attends
tne Lear & hool of Miami Beach
Sue is si piano and
dancing at the Conservat >rj oi
Miami .-.nd aspiri I
Stephanie Alice Frehlir.g.
nd Mi St Freh-
8735 Pinetree Di
!; ach an I gri
Blai i te ..
tind- \\ Mountain School in
-- where she is i
-h and iiterat.ir,
i laiu -end Brandeis I'r.
sity
Sandra Sue Isaacs, daughter of
Mr and Mi Milt Isaacs. 3737
Chase Ave Miami Beach, attend.-
r School where -he is vice
lident ot the senior das- San-
dra plans to attend the University
. Miami
Janet Lenore Kati, daughter of
Mr and Mr Paul Katz. 96o 48th
- Miami Beach, attends Miami
Beach I: ol, where she is
.. member f the Anchor Service
b and of the National Thespian
- 'y She plan- to attend Era-
University, where she will ma-
jor in mathematic-
Rosalind Merritt, daughter of
and Mr- Robert Merritt. 44S5
Adams Ave Miami Beach, attends
Miami Bea< h Hit where
Ita Service
Club ette She
liege
n Fine Art-
Linda Iris Pollak, daughter of
>If S N
Miami Beach High School, where
she i- a member of the Beta Serv-
ice Club and Thespians. She plan-
to attend N rthweatern (Jniversit)
Janet Sue Rabinowitz, daughter
i I Mr an I Mrs Morns R;.
wit*. 3O20 Brickell Are., Miami, at.
es High
Mill | v
and Pai
-
in college
Sandra Lynn Rub:n,
Mi Mrs ;!)in,
Beach. a si
S ni >r High .-. Shi is
'
plans to -,,..
:nd.
Margie Pat Schulman, ,
of Mrs i \
' :
Mi ..nd Mrs A .t Molask} v
:ty High
School in St Louis She plan- I
major in education and aspire- to
be an elementary school teacher
Carol Sheila Trent, daughter Of
Mr and Mrs Thomas Trent. 133-.I
Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, at-
tend- Miami Beach Huh School.
where she editor of the Year
Book and ;. member of Anchor
- rvice Club. She plans to a;:
(ioucher College, where she will
major in psych itogj
Romelle Erney Weinkle. daugh
f Dr. Ad Mn -
Jt Prairie Ave Miami Beach.
attends Miami Beach High School
She is a member ma I
Thespian s eiety, the Social Sci
ences Club and Chi Delt Girls
attend the I'm-
I Florida an
I drama.
Sandra Lois Wein;tein, daughter
S 1
tended Georce Pepperdine College
in Los Angeles and is now study-
.ng Liberal Arts at Miami Dade
Junior College and will enter the
University of Miami in January.
Meryl Sue Weston, daughter of
Dr and Mrs Lawrence A. Weston,
1108 Normandy Dr.. attends Miami
Beach Hiiih School, where -he is
a member oi the Na'ionarThe-pian
SocicfP* flW attended -*n Aria mi
ervatory ot Music, where she
took voice training. She plans to
attend Ohio state University.
Leslye Ca'ol Warshaw, daughter
of Mr and Mr.- Irwin Warshaw.
Mohegan Lake. X. Y.. and grand
di lighter oi Mrs. sclma Warshaw,
1500 Bay ltd.. Miami Beach, at-
tends Lakeland High School at
Mohegan Lake Her major hobby
i- skiing. She plan- to attend col-
lege in the northeast, and hopes
to be a teacher.
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December 11. 1964
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Beach Hadassah Will Mark Szold
Birthday at Founders Day Meetings
W*;
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Left to right are Rabbi Leon Kronish. honorary chairman; Sam
[Feinstein, president, Israel Hiitadrut Committee oi Greater
FMiami; Mrs. Sam Feinstein; and Moshe Bexman. executive
director of Israel Histadrut campaiqn here.
:einsteins Present $20,000 for Building
)f Medical Clinic in Rishon Lezion
tadrul and Kupat Holim accompa-
nied Mr. and Mrs. Feinstein dur-
ing their visits of Kupat Holim in-
stitutions.
The Feinsteins announced that
they are contributing $20,000 to-
ward the construction of a clinic
in Rishon Lczion.
Mr. and Mrs. Feinstein also at-
tended the national annual con-
ference of Histadrut in the Commo-
dore Hotel in New York on Nov.
2t>. where he was elected a mem-
ber of the national Board of Direc-
tors and a member of its Finance
Committee.
December meetings are planned
by Miami Beach Hadassah groups:
Brandeis Group will celebrate
"Founders Day," Henrietta Szold's
birthday, at the Fontainebleau Ho-
tel on Monday noon at a special
luncheon. Napoleon Reed, singer
and entertainer, is on the program.
Mes.lames Rose Ruban and Mil-
dred Sandman are chairmen of the
day Mrs. Birdie Curtis is presi-
dent.
Israeli Group meets Monday at
noon at the Algiers Hotel. Re
freshmenta will be served. Newest
movie on Henrietta Szold. founder
I of Hadassah. will be shown. Mrs.
Samuel Appel is president.
I. R. Goodman Group will meet
on Wednesday evening at Chase
Federal on 41st St. and Sheridan
Ave.. with a Chanuka party cele-
brating Henrietta Szold s birthday.
Youth Aliyah will be highlighted
and Pat Somerfield will exhibit
'Dolls for Democracy." Miss Vivi
Shcllist and her USY troupe will
present Israeli dances. I.atkes will
be served. Mrs Max Affichiner is
president.
Herzl Group will meet on Mon-
day noon at the Americana Hotel.
"Founder's Day" luncheon cele-
brating Henrietta Szold's birthday
will be highlight of the affair. Sing-
er Joyce Farber, and Bill Bonardi,
ventriloquist, will entertain Mrs.
Carl Susskind is chairman of the
day. Mrs. Milton Wcinberg is
president.
Emma Lazarus Group plans a
regular meeting at Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Associ-
ation. Normandy Isle. Mrs, Nor-
man Meyers will be hostess ol the
day in honor ol her son's recent
engagement. A "kugel festival"
and Hadassah lilm. The Essence
of it All," will be highlighted. Mrs
Marcia Wollstein is president.
Shaloma Group will meet at the
DiLido Hotel on Monday noon lor
a regular meeting. Chanuka fes-
tival with candlelighting ceremony
for life members will be higblijj. t
of the day. Mrs. Henry B. W-
nick, chapter vice president, \ 'I
speak. Mrs. Irwin Shapiro is pi
ident.
Southgate Group will meet M
day in the Terrace Room at 7' I
p.m. Mrs. l.eon Schwartz 'ill
soloist in addition to a guest spe
er. Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg is pi
ident.
Hanna Senesch Group will C
brate "Founders Day. Henrie
Szold's birthday, at the Algiers I
tel on Monday noon at a spec
luncheon. Olga Pavlova, sinj
ol international songs, accom -
mod by Sam Spielman, and
cordionist George Boliton will
tertain. Mrs. Sylvia Kurland -
chairman ol the day. Mrs S
I'eldman is acting president.
Minyonaires Hold Party
A program featuring local
ent. followed by a full course ( -
ncr. was the f e a t u r e of u Cl
nuka party held by mem be -
of the Minyonaires Synagog .
3737 Bird Rd., Sunday. Dec. 6. it
5:30 p.m. President is Max Vf.
Temchin.
Sam Feinstein, president of the
lirsel lli>tadrut Committee of
Greater Miami, recently visited
brad with Mrs. Feinstein, where
Incy look part as delegates from
Creator Miami in the 40th anni
\ersa:> of the Histadrut campaign.
Mr and Mrs. Feinstein spent a
|r.in;h in Israel, during which they
sited H i st a d r u t institutions,
Irmetvj them the areas where medi-
I clinics are most urgently need-
le.I for new immigrants.
A special representative of His-
Mrs. Fink
Speaks Friday
efore Technion
Mrs. Dorothy Kneger Fink, vice
i lent, Miami Beach Chapter of
Die Women's Division of American
Technion Society, will speak at a
ipcmbersbip dessert luncheon of
nm|> Friday. 12:30 p.m.. at
< DiLido Hotel.
A special musical program will
adllned by Hattie Wagner.
\ according to Mrs. Milton
f president.
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Friday, December \\t
^rvoiit f^eople ana f^laces ...
Students Gather Gifts for
AT THE STANDARD CLUB
ryesl colors <>i orange and yellows gave the
mal Dinner Dance at the Stand-
Club i lb ks| :ng flavor Lena Goldstein,
stunning in a long red sequin gown, certainiv
k as ii -he were old enough to be cele-
brating her 4t:h wedding anniversarj with her
husband, San: Neither did he. for that matter.
With them wen their family, Grace and B. B.
Goldste-n Pat and Charles Goldstein, and Pat's
nts Zenia and Sidnej Meyer Among mem-
- ores : were the \\.ii:_:ii Singers, Harriet
Larry Singer, Mary Norm* Weinkle and Jul-
Weinkle, the Sam Blanks, Dr and Mrs. Stan-
Prehhng Joan and Jerry Blank. Norms
y Kipnis, Joan and Herb Paige, the Ja> Kis-
aks and the Bop Traui
ME PASSED THE BAR
Karen Rifas had a cocktail party for two rea-
one to honor her husband. Harold, who had
just passed the Florida Bar. and second to cele-
brate their second anniversary. Karen put it
tins wag "We are starting on our third year Ol
marriage." Ruth and Dave Riias, the proud papa
mama, were there. Other guests included
Louise and Mel Scholnicl. Sheila and Bernard
Helman. Julie and Marty Weiss, the Mike Bre>>
lers Natalie and Marty Segal. Mrs. Josh Kleger-
man. and Dr. and Mrs Le nard R>endort. It
was a gay party but with some sorrowful good-
j i as some of the boys u ho had gone to school
her with Harold were leaving for other places.
THEY ATE UNTML ELEVEN O'CLOCK
The food must have been good at tne dinner
party that Miriam and Dave Bass had in the pri-
vate room with the red velvet walls upstairs at
Chandler- Re>tau.-ant. A very clever accordion-
.-: -ot everybody singin. Among guests were
Dons and Hal Meyers. Jane and Doug Raff. Ruth
and Sam Kanner. Susy and Ronnie Albert. Dr
and Mi- Rirhaed Deutsch, Helen and Ed Cow en.
Mrs Sam Ontt, Myra a kI Aaron Farr, Eileen
and !'. : Kane and Rose and Sandy Kramer.
Miriam was bustling wi'h joy on Thanksgiving
Day. Their son. Dr Robeit Baes, had just come
t.> Mian:. Beach to attem' the American Medical
Assaciation on mention, and it was a kind fate
that got hun to town in time for Thanksgiving
CUT AT WESTVI6W COUNTRY CLUB
Shirley and Sam Herman's parly started with
coeklaila n the Gold Room at West view and then
dinner in the dining room Fall colors were in
evident ice cloths over orange with tall cen-
terpieces dripping fruit and high green tapers.
Sam's sister and her husband. Mary and Harry
Dwoskin, tame in from Atlanta. Among guests
were Ruth and Max Qroeite, the William and Al
Pallor K.-ther and Carl V\.'inkle. Helen and Jack
Carner. Mr- David Phillips. Claire and Arthur
Rosiehan. Bertha and Leonard Abess. Mrs. Jack
Ablin. Georgian and John Serbin. Judge and Mrs
Irving Oypen. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gertner. the
John and Geeege Fellers, the .Al Nadlers. Martha
and Stanley Myers. Marcella and Aaron Kanner.
Bea and Sam Blank.
DID YOU KNOW?
- lit B senblun i> back in Miami Beach,
painting like mad. She donated the design for
the note paper that Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service is sponsoring for an extra bit ot
change iar the benefit of the JFCS Group Treat-
ment Home for Emotionally Disturbed Children.
Sadie's la minis children on an orange background
makes the paper almost,too fascinating to use.
In a smart black frame, it looks lovely in that
little place that needed something different .
Helen and Hy Kaplan celebrated their 31st anni-
versary by sneaking off by themselves to a lovelv
restaurant in Ft Laudertiale
Francs Lehman.
Democratic Club Lists Officers
Election meeting of the Demo-
( ratic Club "f Miami Beach, to be
hi Id on Wednesday evening at the
Sea Isle Hotel, is for members
only.
;ue?t speakers will he Metro
C County Mayor Chuck Hall.
Michael Sossin and Miami Beach
Councilman Robert L. Turchin.
Nominating Committee members
A. Nemser. James II Meyer
Robert Herman will present
a -late headed by President Wall)
Cluck to serve as permanent i i
ecutive life president; reelected
a* vice president. Henry Abra-
ham-, reelected a s treasurer.
Samuel Re-nick: financial secre-
tary. Mrs. Vivian Gluck: record-
ing secretary Andre S. Bialolenki;
Mrs Beatrice K King, correspond-
ing secretary; sergeants-at-arms.
Alfred Fairmont and Jerry Rich-
ard.
Board of Directors for 1965 in-
clude Nat Pctamkin. Mrs. Barbara
-Miner. Leonard Solomon. Mrs
a Brown Ben Silver. Mrs Amv
llaber, Louis Forman, Edward
Brigham. Chuck Hall. Leonard Zil-
bert. Ernes: A. Rivero, Charles
Mouyos. Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt,
Dr Michael Sossin. Mrs. Tanya
Wobhin. Hendnk J Berns. Hv
Weiss. Dr Harold L. McGee and
Robert L. Turchin.
Board of Trustees are James H
Meyer. Robert Herman and Her
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General counsel. Theodore M
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Students of North Beach Ele-
mentary School are accumulating
small gifts in their classrooms for
distribution to children who might
otherwise ml receive gifts during
the holiday season.
Inside the packages of toys and
gained will be the name and ad-
dress of the donor and on Friday
morning. Doc. 18. the gifts will be
on display and then presented to
a representative group of children
who have been invited to attend
the event.
Under the aegis of Aldo Sim-
mon.-. North Beach Elementary
School principal, the project is
Needy]
spearheaded hv \>jK
Mrs. David Miner vice n
taetanje. Mrs. Ted DorJ?-
Richard Flink \|.. x", *
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Balsam Move: Of/ice*
Bernard M Balsam h,
h-s office- ,he VhCa
Building. M7< M,.ridia,,*J
-Miami Beach Balsam to
Public relations, h.-
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YAHRZEIT-3 DAYS IN TEVEThI
Fifth* ycaks ago, iff* miami wmm mm*
Rabbi Zwii man
Died Here Of
War Ailment
Rabbi Caiman A. Zwitman, spir-
itual leader cf Temple Israel and
Miami's "Outstanding Citizen of
1948.'" died today of a liver infec
tton he contracted while a chap-
lain in the Pacific during World
War II.
for his efforts in obtain,,-, J
largest number of new mim^ '
for the organization.
Zwitman -
Plaque by ti i
hnrt,ai lews (or hi-m
terfaith work in Miami The \|
tional Jewish Welfare Board
cited him with
sen ice
Jewry
certificate ,
v '"' an ar. The letf.-r
mpinyiw 4
KABU CCHfUAN ZWITMAN
* ft
A graduate or th* Jewish Insti-
tute of Religious Education, he at-
tended New \ork universitv and
Me ark rfj public schools He
served as national vice president
of the American Rabbinical V-
ation for three fensimiHiin tern -
He was awan'ed a plaque at the
annual aaswMiiu of the Union of
American Hebrew C -ions
for outstanding ackievi men)
Earlier in the year President
Truman granted him Hie first
honorary reserve commission
awarded a Jewish chaplain of
World War II. The Jewish Social
Service Bureau here presented
him with a certificate of merit
cert if tte 51 m part. -BohiB
the simple and modest wording i
thi- citation i- a story of self.
nfice and religious dt^dica'ion thai
aw could not hope to exnmi
wo:
Rabbi Zwitman served 12monll
.ii the Pacific during the war..
ceiving his honorable discharj
after three years of sen ice.
contracted 'he tropical in.'wtis!
while serving in Leyte.
While in the Pacific, he orj
ized a movemenl !o rebuild
Manila synagogue, only synagoa
under the American flag destroy,1
during the war The buildinc I
heen used is a Jap munilia
dump ami was blown up when I
Japanes) d He wrote i
script used in thi Freedom T
religion- here. He
awarded I book)
ceremon i nl Park
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Zwitman took over the pulpit l
[si ill
I year at I
WeM Vi
.i- i nl Vii-inia froB
V'orl
Sinci his tmeat to thaj
post in Mian i! rabbi had I
. Jemt
yanii.: kith ~[on
both :n Mia national)!
TODAY, HE LIVES IN THE HEARTS OF ALL WHO
KNEW HIM, AND IS EMBODIED IN THE
FORWARD MARCH OF THE FATHERHOOD
OF GOD AND THE BROTHERHOOD OF MAN.
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Blue Star Camps Plan Gatherings
MRS. LEONARD ROStN
lead. Women
'resent Gift
I i > members of the Hebrew
|.V!" '.y Women participated in
special contest tor an elegant
Hivdalah Candle Holder at the
lii" lew held this week at
I i i'u Academy,
ild Fashioned in gold,
lector's item which Mrs.
.I Rosen, president of the
Ji At-ddemj Women, found
I c antique shop in Jerusa-
"Thi Hebrew Academy Women
ive always considered them-
i the torch-bearers of Jewish
tducation and learning. A candle-
|i is a mo8( significant gift
lember of our group." Mrs
"-' declared.
Mr* M H Rosenhouse, mem
i chairman, revealed plans
life membership function
Irttich will be held at the home of
and Mrs. Alexander S.
Blue Star (amps. Hendersonville.
\. C, will hold two annual "gel
ogethers'- :(.r the Greater Miami
area on Sunday, Dec. 20. from 3 to
> p m.. at the Deauville Hotel, Mi
imi Beach, and Monday. Dec. 21,
from 7:36 to P30 p.m.. at the Holly
wood Beach Hotel in Hollywood".
Announcement ol the reunion
plans were made by the co-found-
ers and co-directors, Herman and
Harry Popk-.n. of Atlanta. Ga.
"We extend a cordial invitation."'
the Popkin brothers said, "to our
former campers, staff, parents and
their friends to join us to see our
new sound and color movies, to
discuss our cimping programs with
i purpose, to renew our summer
friendships, and to share exciting
news of new feature- and facilities
for the coming summer.
It is not necessary to have been
a Blue Star camper to attend.
Prospective parents and campers
are most welcome."
Blue Star Camps, located 27
miles lrom Ashevilie in the heart
Of the Blue Ridge Mountains, was
I'.unded in 1948, and will Observe
their 18th -ca'on in 1965. The to
directors i n d co-founders also
minted out that the camps are di-
vided into -ix separate program-,
r.ing croups, according to grade- f^MMpc PlAnAJr and interest-, and that each camp
has it- own separate staff, facili-
ties and pr igrams,
at 1100 Crescent Ave.. NE Atlanta.
Ga. 30309.
Local representatives in the
Greater Miami area are Mrs. Harry
(Lillian) Rosen, 230 Shore Dr..
I..st. Miami; Harry Kaplan. 1336
Piunkett St.. Hollywood; and Mrs
Bernard (Roz) Sutta. 1335 Sorolla
Ave.. Coral Gables,
"We are able," the Popkins
tointed out, "to give our boys and
iris individual attention while en-
joying the idvantages, facilities
ind staff of a large and modern
camp located on our 500-acre, pri-
vate estate with two private lakes.
The six programs are divided into
Pioneer Boys. Pioneer Girls. Senior
Boys. Seniors. Teen-Age Village,
and the Counselor-Trainee Pro-
gram." A new 1965, fifty-three-
page illustrated catalogue will be
sent upon request. It is available
Plan Luncheon
Coral Gables t'hipter of Pioneer
Women is being hosted by Mrs.
Samuel Davis on Wednesday. 12:30
p.m.. in her home, 610 Jeronimo
Dr. Proceeds from the luncheon
ind card parly are earmarked for
the club's Child Rescue Fund.
Next meeting of Coral Guble-
: hapter will be conducted by Presi-
dent Mrs. Louis Sachs on Thurs-
day, Dec. 17. 1 p.m.. at Parkway
Cafeteria, 2155 SW 22nd St. Pro-
gram will follow the business
meeting.
Or Olom Ladies ,
Plan Programs
For Near Future
Paid-up membership luncheon
for Temple Or Olom Sister!
was to be held on Thursday noon,
Dec. 10. and feature professional
entertainment. Membership Vice
President Mrs. Melvin Shifke and
Mrs Chick Goodman were to be
co-hosts.
On Dec. '7. at the Sisterhood
regular evening monthly meeting,
Mrs. Al Solo, program chairman,
has arranged for a showing of the
American Cancer Society ol Dade
County film. "Smoking Is it
Worth It?"
A member of the Dade County
Cancer Society will moderate th->
program, and a member of the
Dade County Medical Association
will discuss I he film and answer
questions from the audience.
Sisterhood president is Mr- Al
vin Levenson.
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Iret \i Max \ Cogen while growing up in
1.. wa a quiet, thoughtful child who liked to
rej particular bitibn, she knew that
she New England e Mt< graduating
1. she returned to Springfield, where she
:nteer work She also -pent time in the
retail tore acquiring a business background which
..... asset in organization-
endea' Irene was active in
the Civic ["heater. ..- ..- her
- the str et, t
son would come to the theater and
1 around available as an ac-
tor if needed. That small boj
stand around Civic The-
aters waiting to run errand- any
more His name is Jonathan Win-
ters, and according t.i Irene, his
hasn't changed an iota.
Irene and Max met through mu-
tual inend-. and it was love at
| fir-t sight [i r both of them The>
have two childrenLinda, who is
married to William W. Binder and
has two children, Betsy and Amy;
and ., bachelor son, Peter, at the university l"p north.
Irene was active in Girl Scouting. PTA, and the Board ot
Puhhc Nursing, among other- Thej came to Miami Beach
vacations that got longer and longer Realizing that the
children's couldn't be transplanted so often,
tweve years ago the Cogens mo\ed here permanently
They did not like the role of being \.-itor>; so thej became
par: of the community at once. Irei.e belongs to many or
ganizationt including the Sisterhood of Tern; le Israel, but
there are some that rate top priori'> wftfa her One is the
club tor Smith Graduates, which sponsor two scholarships
from the Miami area. Smith wome:. are trained to be self-
rei:;int. and Irene feels that her own education was a domi-
ng-' lad 11 .: teaching her children to do things lor them-
selves
Travel is one cf the Cogens' hobbies Since betv
the 11. Irene and Max have a smattering of difterent Ian-
ses they are always able to communicate with the
people in the far c rners of the world Interested in archae-
ology, they have found many countries exciting, but for
Sheer beauty, with 'he contrast of b.ue seas and mountains.
the> adore O pri and the south ol France Their home
reflects their travels and what the) like best The entire
house has a Mediterranean feeling, accented by using warm
earth tones They have an extremely fine collection ot
Picasso pottery and paintings Sincr they are always in the
market and on the look-out for treasures to add to their
collection, their trips take on a double meaning which
alvays makes their home a beautiful reminder ol manv
hapi y hours.
is easy in Irene's bo..,k In this lush atmos-
phere, the plants are volunteers, coming up by themselves,
am! all Iiene ha- 10 do is to show them the way to go.
Both of the Cogens are busy with meetings and then
moe meetings, and the business involved therein They
both read a great deal Irene feels that a person must con-
tinue to reeduca.c himself by continued reading and
learning A little knitting and a little bri Iged
int.. the extra minutes of Irene's lit.. Spanish, French and
Italian cook the Cogens" dn.ner hour a truly <
mopolitan flavor. They like to go at least once a
\>tek. but that is purely American
Always happiest when working in the realm of educa-
;. and children. Irene, as well as her husband, have been
m involved in Jewish Family and Children's Service.
Pre*en1 ent of the Women's Committee, a
5h< consj en the office a privileg)
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Judith Maloff
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Mr and hfrs. A Maloff. 6117
Iliviera Dr. Coral Gables, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Judith Maxine. to Allan
Howard Price, son of Mr and Mrs.
Edward Price. Chicago. Ill
Mi-- Ma lot 1 is a graduate of Cor-
al Cables High and a sophomore
St the University of Wisconsin.
Her fiance is a senior at the
t'niversit] ol Wisconsin.
The wedding will take place in
June.
Kapners Reveal
Carolyn's Troth
Mr anil Vr- Herman Kapner.
of ua Avila it Coral Ciables. an-
nounce the engagement of their
ghter. Carolyn Joyce, to Stevei
A. Issenbers.
The future bridegroom is the ion
of Mr an l Mrs Ben Issenberg
Boston, Mass
A Februarv wedding 1- planned
AKIANA SCHWARTZ
Hollywood Unit
Member Coffee
Hollywood Chapter of Had
held its annual paid-up member-
ship coflee on Wednesday. 12:30
p.m.. in Tobin Auditorium. Temple
Beth El. Mr-. Samuel Sakrais.
former regioral president recenth
returned from Israel. a> guest
speaker. Accordion humorist Larry
Blue was featured entertai
Pn-uram was chaired bv Mrs
Joseph Heller. Master of cere-
monies was Mrs Natalie B. Freed-
man Appearing on the program
were Mrs Isadora Goldberg. Mrs
Ann Harris. Mrs Adolph Schmit
ka. Mrs. Minnie Robinson,
Robert Berman, Mrs Arthur
Friend. Mrs David Storm and Mrs
Israel Maizel
Highlight of the afternoon was
j ceremony honoring tour cener
ation life member. Mr- Pai
Zornberg anil three generation life
member. Mrs Anne Tellman
Myrtle Leal awards for sports.
of five or more new member- were
presented
Mr- Gorge Levin, assisted by
Mrs Norman Meltzer, handled the
-t book; visual aids. Mrs Jen
nie Kravets Mrs Sylvan Wyler,
chairman of host! ts>
In addition to Mrs Sakrais. the
Florida Region was r pn -ented by
Mrs Irwin Liss and Mrs Joseph
Milton Mrs Friend is chapter
piesident. and Mrs. Storm. Mrs
Berman ari Mr- Maizel are group
presidents
Synagogue Ladle
To be Welcome
New members of the u
O hen comjnunit, &*
terhood wil, be welcomed*!
meeting s*t for Wednesdaj
p.m.. at the synagogue
Simon is president.
12.3-1
Mrs. ciar*
- Rabbi Boor H. Stern *fji _
sent the first in a -er,.. J '
ures to the Sisterhood study gC
The Women of the Bil i
Visitors to Miami
welcome to attend
Beach

JUDITH MAlOff
Ariana Schwartz
Gets Scholarship
Ana:,a Schwartz, straight "A"
student at Southwest Miami Senior
High School who will graduate in
June, has already been advi-ed
that she 1- the recipient of a
Si hularship to Sophie New comb
College at Tulane University in
New Orlean-
For the lo-year-old daughter of
Mr and Mr- Murray A Schwartz.
?501 SW 43rd Ter this is one more
in a long list of honors earned
since she graduated a- valedictor-
ian of West Miami Junior High.
class of '62.
She hold- membership in Na-
tional Honor Society. Latin Honor
Society, Math Honor Society. For-
(nsic League and German and
French Clubs.
Last year. Ariana received the
Barnard Bock Award, pre-ented to
the outstanding English student
bj the Barnard Alumni Assn.. and
.- 1 ne ol four Dade County stu-
dent- to win national commenda-
tion in the test sponsored by Na-
tional Council of Teachers of Eng-
lish.
The teen-ager has just been
elected president of Hillel. B'nai
B rith Girl-, and is active in the
Young Judaea movement for which
she was de- gnated a scholarship
camper at Tel Yehuda in New
York two summers ago.
At Newc-.'iib. Ariana plan- to
participate in the "Scholars and
Fell ws" program set up by the
Ford Foundation to train future
1 ers
Although Mr Scbwarts 1- a sales-
man, both he and his wife are for-
mer member- of the St. Louis
Symphon} jnd have played with
other major orchestra- throughout
the country Mrs Schwartz, who
has served as organist at Holly-
Beth Am Ladies'
Fashion Show
Annual lunch .^...
' "' Am Si-terh.....: ,;..... h .
on Wednesday. :: tft
lemple Auditoriun 1 hairman 1.
Mrs Marsha Fe
\ imorg sboi ;.- Vll| b.
offered at ,hfm
from Mistci G. Dadi
mentated b> Mr- Ernest Sohner
Mr-. Richard Alnei Sisterhood
president, anm im that the pr
ceeds this yi tothenewh
organized Biblic; .,1 u,,
Temple, to lie /,. the fiv
year progi 1 .,., tt
Dadeland Garden 1
Member- of bol groups an-
guests are invited I attend
Author to Speak
To T Women
Shoshann.ii ^itho'
of "My Jewi-h Kitchen." will speak
on the art of It -king at th-
monthly meeting the >'"
Women on Monda} 1 a.m., il
the YMHA. 4 -. 6th Ave
announce Mrs Arthur
Stein, program chairman
Miss Spei live ol brae.
will talk about Israeli disbei
well o- tra Imonal Jewish foods.
Temple Israel
Women to Meet
A color film, "A Trip Throuj it
1-rael."' with narration by Edwari
G. Robinson, will !>e presented at
the Temple Israel Sisterhood board
meeting Wednesdaj noon in Wolf-
son Auditor.
Mr- .1 -. Sisterboo
pre-; Mrs Henrj J V
.-on is pr' .: chaii man.
r the past six
- is al.-o a cellist.
Ariana h..- n i tifne f-r
music and '->> flute and pian
Her sister. Debbie an eigh'i
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Senior Citizens
To Fete UN
Florida Senior Citizens. Club 3,
will mark Liiit.-.! Nations Week at
its regular emi-monthly meeting
on Monday. 1:30 p.m.. at 1101 SW
12th Ave.
Miami Attorney Richard Alt-
>huler and Mrs Annette Seldom
nill address the meeting on 'Aim.*
a;'d Accomplishments of the Uni-
ted Nation.-..'"
Meeting is open to the public
and refreshments will be served.
i
The .'ohn F. Kenned) Peace
ard Pinner at the Foil-
leau Hotel on Sunday spotv
by the Jewish National
featured as guest oi honor
n Bornstein, and [or the
on, Mrs. Bornstein .-elect
predominantly green silk
punt sheath with a
tone studded bodice Her
Mi-- Anne Smith, was in
. k -in. sheath enibroidered
damask pattern with tur-
lurex thread.
Abe Rubin's black silk
e -heath was delicatelj
idered on the bodice with
cent jade-colored sequins
i the neckline, and featur-
i matching silk cape Black
,iiiiin with a chantilly lace
. was the choice ot Mrs.
Platofi for the evening
Esther Goodman was in a
floo--length gown with a shell
sequined bodice topping her
ack peuu de soie skirt The
F. Kennedy memorial can
as lit by her sister, Miss
Lillian Goodman.
Ti- E jet trimmed, two-piece
black silk crepe worn by Mrs
Manuel Fligeiman was one she
brought back from a recent trip
lo Paris Mrs Celia Weintraub
was in black crepe with a bodice
ot metallic ribbon lace and a
touch of tuchsia satin at the
waist.' Mr- touis Dublin com
bined a stiver and beige lame
bodice with a beige chitfon full
skirt. Mr- Otto Weisbrod's yel-
low satin formal featured a
-cooped neck jeweled bodice. Blue
atin with lace insert- at the
bodice was worn by Mrs. Jennie
Seitlin.
Mrs. Sam Wilensky's beige bb
tin had gold lame schiffle em-
broidery highlighting her gown
An emeral ; green chiffon sheath
with a draped bodice was the
cho.ee oi Sirs. Esther Hillman.
Mi Rose Siegel wore a black
crepe with a white cloonej lace
bodice and a white sequined, fur-
trimmed sweater she made An
ice blue lame -heath was Mrs
Helen Yorsoner's choice. .Mrs.
.lacob Fishman was in burgandy
chillon with a scooped neck, rib-
bon lace bodice.
lAf'FE ol County Commissioner
" Joe B >*d decided on glitter-
ing pink lame tor the dinner.
Her square neck sheath featured
jeweled floral applique- scatter-
ed on the Iront of her dress. A
black chantilly lace bodice and
lull-skirted chillon skirt was the
combination worn by Mrs. Louis
Levy. Mrs. Saul Levin's silk taf-
feta featured a warped water-
color wash print in ombre tones
of lilac and green. A royal blue
crepe sheath with a flat self-
fabric bow at the waist was worn
by Mrs. Abe Grossman. A three-
piece black silk alpaca ensemble
was chosen by Mrs. Dora Kugel.
Her overblouse was a red rose
print on black silk.
A white peau de soie gown was
worn by Mrs. Eva M. Blum. Her
sequined overblouse featured
dusters of multi-colored sequin-
ed flowers. Mrs. Jacob D. Davis
was in an Oleg Cassini original
formal of beige, brown, and gold
lame. Mrs. Rose lloch-tim's Ital-
ian hand-crocheted sheath was in
Ivory with a touch of gold lame.
Silver and lavender combined in
the brocade formal gown worn.
bj Mrs. Emma Rattner.
Mrs Stanley C. Myers topped
her black and red silk print
-heath with a red peau de soie
evening coat. Her shoes matched
her sheath. An emerald green
silk faille in a one-piece dress
with a two-piece effect was worn
by Mrs Sidney Let court. The
bodice oi her sheath was double-
breasted, with self-covered but-
tons.
Rabbi Swirsky
To be Speaker
Poale Zion Chaim Greenberg
Branch ol Greater Miami will
hold its next regular meeting oa
Thursday evening Dec. 17. at Far-
band Cultural Center, 841 Was i-
irgton Ave.
Dr. Simon Wilensky, who hai
been elected to another term as
president, v. ill tonduct the bust-
neSS agenda to !>e followed b> a
discussion on current events with
Phillip Segal in charge.
Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. chairman
I of the cultural program, will In-
Mrs. David Sachs, president,, stration of -Dolls for Democracy." traduce Rabbi S. T. Swirsky. guest
B'nai B'rith Women's Council of On Sunday night. Dec. 20. the .speaker of the evening. Spiritual
Miami, announces that a regular chapter is planning a night club leader
Dr. Henry King Stanford accepts "The Myrtle Wreath Award"
from Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, community leader, as Mrs.
Nat Barth, Miami Beach Chapter president, looks on. The
award is given annually by National Hadcssah acknowl-
edging "outstanding community leadership." Some 3.000
members attended the rally at the Deauviile Hcte:.
B'nai B'rith Women's Events
meeting will be held on Dec. 17,
at Cookies' Restaurant. Miracle
Mile, at 8:15 p.m.
Mrs. Rose Gallon. Anti-Defama-
tion League chairman, has been
working with B'nai B'rith Women
in the League's 'Dolls for Democ-
racs
a nigm ciuo leader of Israelite Center. Dr.
gala at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Sw irsky will present a talk 01
Herman Pearl, chairman, is in .some of the works of Mendele Mo-
charge.
Coral Gables Chapter will hold
its regular meeting on Tuesday
evening at the Hillel Hou-e. Busi-
program. 'The program." ness meeting, presided over by
-he >aid. "is designed to bring to Mrs. Sol Greenberg. will be follow-
Ihe attention ol young boys and eel by a social hour. On display will
cher Sefarim, father of Yiddish
literature."
The refreshments committee will
be in charge of the social hour fol-
lowing the meeting.
girls outstanding meu and women
who, through then service to man-
kind, demonstrate that talent, ser-
vice and devotion to democracy
me found in every race, creed and
social class."
he the chapter trophy, award from
the Miami Council of B'nai B'rith
tor enrolling the most new mem-
bers, and the plaque received for
winning this years annual Na-
tional B'nai B'rith Bulletin contest
On Monday, a demonstration of sponsored by the National Jewish
the dolls will be given at the Or- Monthly. Mrs. Sidney Sanders is
chard Villa Elementary school 6th editor of the Bulletin,
grade. On Tuesday, Mrs. Lenore
Curtice will give the demonstra- Gilbert J. Baikin Chapter will
tion for the Miami Chapter at the hold its meeting on Dec. 23 at the
Park Lane Cafeteria. In charge of Kverglades Elementary school.
the program are Mrs. Galton and
Mrs. Ronald Symons.
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The district is composed of
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of the district. The meeting will
take place on Monday. 7:45 p.m.,
at Washington Federal. 1133 Nor-
mandy Dr.
Max Raskin, program chairman,
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meeting will feature open discus-
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F age 10-B
^Jm'lsti fhrtdHnr
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
1964
The little oirl
finished her
piece ;i'id slump
ed on the pinc
51 Mil She turned
i to her piano
t e a c h e r I >
* Beethoven si 111
When told that he was
i she said. Too bad. He d like
he way I plaj his piece
'After all my years of teach-
_ piano.'' said Evelyn Stein.
I ve never molten over the thrill
I teaching a child who is open
I i Kperience."
Evelyn Sti in, her husband. Her-
nan. who is southern director for
lu Food Fair chain, and her two
hildren have been living in Sky
.take lor two years now Although
Steins have lived in many
ities in the north and arc ac
ustomed to adjusting to new and
aried situatii ns Evelyn finds
he cultural holders "t Miami
onfii
Inner Resources
M > Stein, w ho made her de-
ul at thirteen at Steinwaj Hall
New York, graduated from the
uilliard School of Music and has
oneertized throughout the Mates
James Miami's lethargj on the
.eather In the north, where the
limate limits outdoor activity
lenl nner re
in ip them
lere on< can alv a) s go tishii ..
\ she said, "mj mother
ad to h tice too,
he was a martini t. The piano
It bi Ihei dutj 1 had to
i Bui once planted on the
o stool I became absorbed
I BV Older. I accepted
as my own responsibility
And so it tbllov s that this
lano teacher recommends coerc-
ig a child to practice, but oolj
he i- having no problems in be
avior in other areas And don't
all your friendly piano teacher
I Johnny balks at practicing
Pianist Teaches Students Beauty of Sound
the impetus bf'towar.l developing
a love ol music. Everyone can't
perform. But everyone can ue
part ol a knowledgeable audi-
en< I t pen up the world of
music lor roj students by giving
ihem reams of music to play
The) do not have to ported one
piece practice it over and over
before they can go on to an-
other
Evelyn Stem also is against
the yearly concert routine for
students. Instead, she hoias group
meetings every six weeks for dif-
ferent age groups where the stu-
dents come prepared to play
what they ve learned Parents
are not invited, nor Grandma
either.
I teach them to criticize each
other constructively, to become
aware ol sounds Ttu> hear mu
Sic they're not playing them
selves and develop the ability to
Friday, December 11.
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In Contest Prizes
art! Counties have comhinli
hear We discuss periods of station WFUN to offer w,th
music and style, the difference new in contest priZ(.. "0rne,hln?
between Chopin and Bach, the winner of ^ '
conte-t. ,o be heVd Sf*
will get a free party in her hom,
up to 50 wests. Refresh
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\mer.cans. a nationally kn,"
rock and roll ,,,)llp. (, *
entertainment. "
Blanks are avadable at all Youne
Sophisticates shop.. ,ml nn JJ
correlation with other arts of the
time."
Gifted Pianist
Evelyn Stein participated
prominently in the music festi-
vals of the Clifton Center in Now
Jersey for the past five years.
She presented MacDowell Con-:- .---
certo lor i's first hearing in Pat- cn*se is required The (
erson, where a critic wrote that '- "1*0 sponsored by Modern Jn
she revealed the combination of '<>*. which will award a bea h
pianistic power, technical skill Party swimsuit to each 0| .Jf
and tcnal beauty that makes a 25 runners-up.
gifted pianist.
Now she i- teaching twenty
students in the Miami area. Ob-
VJOUSly, these are twenty people
who will never gaze at their sag-
ging paunches and sa) with the
rest of us. "I studied piano lor
years, and l can't read a note
tVHYN STUN
ownre of sounds
Would you call your dentist if
he won i brush his teeth regular-
I) ask- Mrs Stein "This is
strictly a parental responsibility '
Rehabil:!ate Thinking
Evelyn Stein learned piano
Florida Men's
Clubs Map
Confab Here
Austin Burke Named
Austin Burke has been named
> ice president of Linden. Ltd., ol
California, a men's clothing firm.
Burke, Miami Beach and Ft. Lau-
derdale clothier, estimates that he
Florida Region of the National wjh have to spend about 10 days
Federation ol Jewish Men's Clubs a year in California He will be
it charge ol customer relations on
a national l< vel. and will also be
associated ivith the firm's retail
.... division in San Diego, where he
in,, conference, scheduled for Ull! gupervjie fh(. m>lkm, llf ,,.,,..
id hold a conference on Sunday
inning with registration at 9
.. m.
Dean the Carillon Hotel, will include vision ^raVoadTanes8
Dixon, the eminent American workshops n "Projects and Pro
conductoi ttended seminars at gramming for Men's Clubs" an<
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Sam Waldman, president ot the
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My approach to teaching is ing on a committee to arrange the '"^ Waldman Hotel has reopened
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York. She has many fresh, and
stimulating theories on tetghim
Johnny not only to play ^usic
but to listen to music
"Men's ClubsKey to Youth \
ti\ ities "
Louis Seitlin, president of the
Florida Region, as well as of the
Men's Club at Beth David Congre-
gation, has appointed the follow
that I begin by trying to rehaoil- event
Mate the parent's thinking.'' she
said. Parent; are motivated l>>
the hope thai the child will be-
come a pianist. I would rather
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tiie addition of several small din-
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According to reservations now
being received by Ted Landes
man. vice president of the coin-
Jacobson, Temple Beth Kl, oTwest ?***'' ""' "'" '"' the la^ge*, wta'
..I .__. .. -eason ever enjoyed b> the
Jerome Cavell, Julius Gordon,
Abe Schorr, Joseph Schmier, Eu-
gene Schwarzberg, Beth Torah
Congregation; William Drucker,
Israelite Center; Joseph Abe-
lew, Harold J. Segal and Her-
bert Shapiro, Temple Emanu-EI;
Benjamin Kroveti, Norman Sha-
piro, Ted Nelson and Ben Alter,
Temple Menorah.
Also Harold Rudoff and Morton
Palm Beach. Abe Kaplan and Da-
vid Field. Temple Zion; and Her-
man Beller and Samuel Hirsch
man. Temple Sinai of Hollywood,
Guests at the convention will
include s. Davtd Rosenzweig, Phil-
adelphia, president. National Fed-
eration of Jewish Men's Clubs;
Herman C, Rothenberi;. Cedar-
hurst, N Y. national vice presi-
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Friday, December 11. 1964
+Jenist)ncr/drtan
Paqe 113
Urban League Executive Director Will
Address Teen-Age Conclave Sunday
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Talmadge U Fair, executive nc-tor of iho Greater Miami Unban
I i ague, will !> keynote speaker at
tlic ntli annual teen-age conclave
' of the YM-YMHA of Creator Mi-
: | ami thi- coming Sunday, begin-
ning at 12 noon at the Dunont
:; Plaza note:.
{ Fair will address over 300 youth
ilclejiates on the subject of this
year's conclave, 'Youth Rights or
the Other Person'sWhich are
More Important?"
A member of the Executive
Board <>i the Florida state Human
Relations Council, Fair also scr\es
;. chairman of the Hooker T.
v. asbJngton Community School
i Steering Committee. He is on the
Employment Committee of the
Dude Count\ Community Relations
Zukernick to Receive Award of Merit
From Miami Beach Bar Association
Attorney Harry Zukernick has
Wen named by the Miami Beach
Bar Association to receive its
Award of Merit "for service by a
member who has made an out-
landing contribution to the pro-
.'..m of the Bar.'"
Zukernick will be cited at a lun-
i neon at the DiLido Hotel on Mon-
day noon, according to Stanley B.
Richard, president of the Beach
Bar.
Making the presentation to Zu-
kernick will be Chesterfield H.
Miiith. president of the Florida
Bar.
Also to be cited at the luncheon
are the Mercantile National Bank
"in appreciation for its participa-
tion in co-sponsoring the Estate;
Planning Seminars" and Chief
Judge Thomas H. Barkdull Jr., of
the Third District Court of Ap-
peals, "for service by a member
of the judiciary who has made an
outstanding contribution to the
program of the Bar."
Zukernick served as president
of the Beach Bar Association
from 1952 to 1953. He has been a
director of the Beach Bar for
most of the years since its or-
ganization and was recently re-
elected to a new three-year term.
From 1959 to 1960. he served as
ihairman of the Real Property.
Probate and Trust Law Section of
the Florida Bar. Since 1959. Zu-
i i nick has served as a member
"t the Board of Governors of the
Florida Bar. He has been a chair-
nan of the Budget Committee of
the Florida Bar and served as ]
chairman of the Clients Security
Committee of the Florida Par,
member of the Dade County Cam-
paign Committee Of the Florida
Bar Center and was chairman of
the Florida Par Convention a num
ber of times
In addition, Zukernick has been
chairman of the Lawyers Division
Of the United Fund and Combined ;
Jewish Appeal. He is a past presi-
dent of the Civic League of Miami
Beach and B'nai B'rith. He was
first president of the Miami Beach
YM and YWHA and served as
chairman o f District Welfare
Board No. 9.
He is a founder and member of
the Board of Governors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Board. Fair has a Master's degree
in social work Prom Atlanta Uni-
versity.
Keynote address will be given
at the luncheon meeting at noon,
at which the delegates will also
hear greetings from Herschel
Kosenthal, president of Greater
Miami "Y."
The young people in attendance,
representing 30 clubs of age under "Y" sponsorship at va-
rious branches in Dade County.
v ill adjourn after the luncheon ses-
slon to attend their choice of eight
concurrent workshops, which will
deal with such matters as the
rights of minority groups, the
rights of terns and their parents,
the rights of teachers and students,
boys and girls, and the individual
and society.
The day will come to a close
with a talenl show and dance. Stall
coordinator for the conclave is
Burt Garr, branch director at the
Beach "Y." The three teen-agers
-crving as co-chairmen for the 11th
annual conclave are Ida Offen-
bach. Miami Branch; R obert
Stone. Beach Branch; and Gail
Steinlink. North County Branch.
At the luncheon session, Laura
Gimble will lead the delegates
in the singing of the National
Anthem; while Howard Hyman
will present the invocation, and
Patti Galler wilt lead the bene-
diction.
Miss Offenbach, who represent-
ed the "Y" at the first National
Teen-Age Conference on Human
Rights at Princeton University
last summer, will speak on the sig-
nificance of the theme chosen by
the conclave this year.
The YMHA is a bcneliciary ag-
ency of the United Fund and the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
TALMADGt W. fAIR
Duo Acquire
Rambler Stock
Joseph A. Nevel and Sol Frank
el. CO-0\vners of Pershing Auto
Leasing, Inc., have acquired all of
I he outstanding stock of Venclian
Rambler, Inc. Sellers were Nor-
man Shapiro. William Carter and
Paul Klein.
Venetian Rambler, Inc.. located
at the Miami entrance to the Ven-
etian Causeway, was organized
Ftb. 1. 1964, at which time it pur-
chased all the inventory and
equipment '.[ Nash-Miami Motors.
Inc.
Home's Director
Has Varied
Ability in Field
Sidney Siegel, executive direct
of the Jewish Convalescent Hoi
of South Florida, remained at I
post here on Miami Beach rath
than attending as a guest of hon
the third annual National Nursi- .
Home Convention recently held .
Chicago. III.
Siegel accepted his present i- -
a little over ;. year ago. His -
reer in the field was launch
when he returned from lour yea ;
in the European Theatre of Op
ation as administrative officer
various army hospitals
Cited by the government, K*
was appointed administrative of-
ficer with special assignment t:
activate and systematize th;
Hilloran Government Hospita
on Staten island, N.Y. He the
became administrative officer at
the Veterans Administration Ho-;
pital in the Bronx and late
transferred to the VA Hospiti
in East Oran-jc, N.J.
In 1950. he became assist. I
executive director of the Brookl'
Hebrew Home and Hospital for t
Aged, a 1.000-bed institution. Fro
LSSa to 1958, he served on the (".'
ernor's Committee on Aging
New Jersey.
In 19t>3. lie accepted a bid fro l
the Board of Directors of the Je
ish Convalescent Home here to ; -
minister the home on Collins A'
and 3rd St.
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Daniel N. lleiier, recently in-
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ORT. this week announced that
the organization will hold a meet-
ing at the Deauville Hotel next
Wednesday at 8:30 p.m.
Heller is a member of the Na-
tional Board of Directors of the
American uRT Federation, the
parent group with which the Miami
Chapter is affiliated, and is a for-
mer National Commander of the
Jewish War Veterans.
The meeting on Dec. 16 will
feature as guest speakers Dr. Hy-
man Rosenkranz. president of the
Dade County Chiropractic Society
and a member of the Council on
Physiotherapy of the American
Chiropractic Association. Dr. Ros-
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December 11. 1964
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Page 13-B
Delegates to Attend JWY Meet Sunday
Sen .: hraham Ribicoff admires the John F.
Ker.:.t y Peace Award Medallion presented
to c. : leader William Bornstein by the lew-
is:: !' iional Fund at the John F. Kennedy
Pec* Award dinner on Sunday niqht at the
I Sen. Ribicoff Tells of Friendship With
JFK at Peace Award Dinner Here
Fontainebleau Hotel. Lookinq on (left to riaht)
are Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman of the INF
Foundation, and Leon I. Ell. president, JNF of
Greater Miami.
:.immi por-ons gathered
.yht to attend the Jewish
Fiuid John F. Kennedy
ard dinner at the Fon-
| .; Hotel
, aj speaker was U.S. Sen.
Ribicoff (D.-Conn. l, and
Bornstein received the
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ibute to the late Presi-
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Ell, president of the
Jewish National Fund of Greater
Miami, chaired the event.
Sen lldi;,. if. in a moving ad-
dress, described his personal role
in advancing Mr, Kennedy's can
didacy im- the Vice Presidency In
L858.
Recalling his proposal in a
smoke-filled room in Chicago in
1956 of Mr. Kennedy as a run-
ning mate for Presidential as-
pirant Adlai Stevenson, Sen.
Boris1 by London With UM Orch.
A concert version of the opera.
i- Godounov," featuring
George London. Metropolitan Op-
v a baritone, will be presented by
i'ie University of Miami Symphony
its BK xt pair of concerts on
Dec. |U)!.-pnd .14 at Miami Beach'
and D;< e County Auditoriums.
With Dr. Fabien Sevitzky con-
i icting, London will sing the role
i: Czar Boris in the Moussorgsky
opera, t < -ame part he sang at
Russia'! Bolshoi Opera in 1960.
\i thai time. London became the
i A- erican baritone to sing a
;. ill txa in an opera produced in
Moscow. In 1963, he returned to
the Russian capital to record this
role.
In his performance with the UM
S; mphony, London will be joined
bj the University of Miami Choral
Union, directed by Glenn Draper.
For the balance of the concert
program, the orchestra will pre-
sent C.alliard's "Sonta tor Chamber
Orchestra.'" as transcribed by Dr.
Sevitzky. l'nlude to -The After-
noon of a Faun." by Debussy, and
Till Eulenspiegel's Merry
liank>." by Richard Strauss.
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CONF.RMAT.ONS RECEPTIONS .WEDDINGS
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T'ETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED UNDER THE SUPERVISION
OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
Ribicoff reminisced: "The Cath-
olic heads of the party thought
America was not ready for a
Catholic Vice President, and I
was forced to declare that I
never thought I would live to see
the c"ay when I, as a Jew, would
stand up to you sages of the
Democrat Party to defend a
Catholic for Vice President."
Added Ribicoff: "In I960. I pro-
posed our late President for the
h>ghesl office in the land, and the
rest is history."'
Making the presentation to
Bornstein was Zev W. Kogan, who
said: You could have chosen to
live within yourself, but you chose
to become a portion of that which
is around you."
In accepting the award. Born-
stein asked support for the John
F. Kennedy Peace Forest in Is-
rael.
The national anthems were sung
by Julius Hosenstein. C'hanuka
prayer was offered by Beth Torah
Congregation Choir and the can-
dles lit by Airs. Miriam Press.
A candle in memory of John F.
Kennedy was kindled by Miss Lil-
lian Goodman. Invocation and ben-
ediction were by Rabbi Herbert
Baumgard, president of the Great-
er Miami Rabbinical Association.
A musical interlude was offered by
Salwa Abrams.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-EI,
compared the Jewish National ,
Fund "to the modern Maccabees
who, as fighters of old, fight the
desolation cf barren land, rocky
soil and hostile neighbors."
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom, in-
troduced Sen Ribicoff,
Children Will
Be Beneficiaries
Breathless children will be (he
unseen beneficiaries of the Lorber
Chapter's progressive dinner on
Saturday at 1 30 p m.
The affair will begin at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
Cohen with cocktails, then proceed
In the home oi Dr. and Mrs. Hem >
Lubow for the entree, and con-
clude at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Haas for dessert, coffee.
and dancing.
Mrs, Gerald Klugerman. presi-
dent, announced that proceeds
from the dinner go to the Chil-
dren's Asthma Research Institute
l and Hospital where youngsters
' from the United States. Canada.
and other nations, stricken with
chronic intractable asthma are be-
: ing treated, cared lor. and reha-
bilitated.
Handling reservations is Mrs.
Morgan Levy, coordinating chair-
man of the affair
Some 150 delegates will attend
the quarterly meeting and consti
tutional convention oi the Depart-
ment f Florida Jewish War Vet-
erans at Unified Hall in North Mi-
ami Beach on Sunday, according
to Department Commander Ains-
lee It. Ferdle,
The meeting "ill be immediately
recessed after the formal opening
si that the constitutional conven-
tion under Department Judge Ad-
vocate Bmanuel Mandel may con-
vene.
At 11 a.m., traditional memorial
services will be held under the di-
rection of Department Chaplain
Edwin Feibelman and Regional
Vice Commander Hy Morris. The
meeting will feature presentation
of reports of the National Policy
Committee by Past National Com-
mander Daniel Neal Heller and
National Adjutant Ralph Gross-
man.
The recent National Executive
Committee meeting held in Wash-
ington and the 4th Regional Con-
clave will be reported on by Na-
tional Executive Committeeman
Victor Freedman and Irv Stein-
berg. This report will include a
r/iscussion of the actions taken
by the Jewish War Veterans to
obtain the withdrawal of Ger-
man scientists from the United
Arab Republic and the extension
of the Statute of limitation on
Nazi War Crime trials.
Report u i'I also be -jivon on the
approval by the National Execu-
tive Committee to the Department
01 Floria petitioning the Federal
Court for permission to intervene
in the reapportionment suit now
pending in the Southern District
i ourt ol Florida.
Department Commander Ferdie
will report on his testimony before
the Legislature's Interim Commit-
tee on the elections and the suc-
cessful 'gei out the vote" drive Of
the organization. Discussion of the
library awareness program, de-
partment brotherhood program,
and projected assistance to the Is-
raeli Air Force Day room program
will also be highlighted.
Ben Haberman will report on
Americanism. Irving Cooperman
on member.snip. Jack Berman on
the Youth Forum. Abe Marcus on
Hie Committee to Ratify the Geno-
cide Convention. James Stern on
scholarship, and Noah Schisel on
the department blood acquisition
program.
Host for the meet in- will be the
Abe Horowitz Post 682. Daniel Sal.-s
i- commander. Daniel Abramowitz
is department trustee.
Have that
Business Meeting,
Banquet, or
Special Occasion

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facilities to exactly satisfy
your needs in the Kismet,
Aladdin, Scheherazade and
Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a
wedding or a private party I
at the
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Temple Zatroro Project
The 1964-1965 annual Journal of
Temple Zamora is now under way.
\ new committee composed of Col.
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Friday. December 11, 1964
+Jml*l> nwtdllun
Page 15-1
Rabbi's Father,
Famous Author,
Passes in N.Y.
LE6AL NOTICF
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER IN THE COUMV JUDGE'S COUR"
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
XOTICK IS HKRKKV, IIVBN llml FLORIDA IN PROBATE
lln lindi in No. t2626-C
ii.....' IN RK: Kntul
i : i .!: tric \i- r-.i:.- sales and rop.kkta mae truss
SBRYU V. :< S W. TUi \ .. Ml- .-. ,i
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAK I
Rabbi Mix'!- Ahramouitz spir- *'"> lh' "" Court m apbl cation for distributio .
, | I Mill AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Itual leader of Temple Menorah. .Mmuiis klass xotick l n n iiu
returned from Israel this week.
where he Hew with his brother.
Jack Abramowitz, of I'ouyhkeep
I 11 -Is. _-.. I I
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NOTICE UNDER the eMate of Id
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW IIKRTA MA TRI SHEL,
NOTICK IIRRKKY GIVEN l! II ,,,.! I 12th dfl i
Hi-- mi.I. i 111murali
sie, N V. to aceompanv the re- liualne** urn imi "I cou I Indue* of Dude County, i''
,,..,, .,, hi tithnr Phnlm VII*. KoKKT-ltotfK IXTKRKiRS ill J3I m. f, ,...., of *uid Klnnl Re|"
mains ol ni, latner. tnaim Yitz _. :il Sl> M|aI|1| lUach ,,,,,,, ,., ,.... nn|1 1|on um| f|n|l| .
chak Abramowitz. law said nam. mm the
'' i 'mui i'.....i i I .i.:. '".iui>. I- lor-
The elder Mr. Abramowitz died Ida.
hklkxk koretzky
itLAXClIK RosKXHl vi t
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in New Yo k last week at the age
Of 70. He bad just arrived there
with his wife on a brief vacation.
A second generation Israeli
and member of a pioneer Jeru-
salem family, Chaim Yitichak
Abramowiti was research editor
for Ha'Rav Kook Institute in It*
lael. He lived with his wife in
Jerusalem.
Mr. Abramowitz was the author
Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach plans its sixth an-
nual luncheon for next Wednesday at the Fon'.ainebleau Ho-
tel. Highlight will be a premiere fashion show by the Sara of five books: "Gift to a Bar Mitz-
Fredericks Shops, of Miami Beach, Palm Beach, Boston and vah," "Hall of Repentance." "And FLOR'5o. iuw^c
New York. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Irving Rubin, co-chair- Thou Shalt Live Among Them" rN nB: Rtte of
man; Mrs. Jerome Rado, president; Mrs. Frances Linn, chair- and -The Fifth Commandment. i','^^ K ......"*
NOriCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HKREHV fJIVKN thnl
ih uinl' ialicni 'I. 'i. Iiifir to viiaci
bu*lnc** iinil-r ihe fictitious nunie of
TIIK i:.\i i.\Ti-:i.l.K ill I6S X.E. I'Uli
Street, ah.hi I, I' im ,,.i Intends to
jsti "Hid 'i.in.. lh tin < "U-rk ..f Hi'-
Circuit i'oui'1 "f l .i.it- County, Klor-
IdH.
I" IRIS It. KOVXER
IJ H-1S-25, I I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
preside
man. Standing are Mrs. Robert Grossman and Mrs. Harold
Scglovilz, ticket co-chairmen.
Tu. i.0| i,..ni. fomiripntarv on notice of intention to make
Ihe last uook. Lommernary on APPL(CAT10>J for distribution
Mishnayot." is scheduled lor pub- and final discharge
NOTICK i- h.i.li.
n thai
Medical Field
To be Discussed
\ Tribute and a Challenge to
the Medical Professions" will be
Ihe subject of a sermon by Dr. Jo-
R. Narot at Temple Israel on
I lay night as part of a special
ith eve service honoring the
a I professions in the com-
munity.
1'r. .Narot has prepared an orig-
inal prayer service dedicated to
Ri ligion and Medicine."
Dr. Rrna Klass will read the Sab
ath candle ritual. Dr. Elaine
Ni edell is in charge of hostesses
I i the reception to follow the ser-
ce, and Dr. Paul J. Furlong is
hairman ol the committee on ar-
ngements.
LEGAL NOTICE
. Inn _. .i- vdmlnlstrator nf Ihi i
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XOTU'K IS HEREHY (IIVION Hi
111. iniili i -;ii' >l. desiring tn ellKattl
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NOTICK IS HKRKIIY aiVBN tli
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HKRKIIY QIVBX that
Ihe uinl' rsluncd, iloslrlna to eiutajte In
luisiii. s> under the flclltloUH n:i ni" of
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" lk" have ni.-....... Klnal Reia.rl and I'.u- bu*ln.'H8 under ihe fl.-lltli.us name
msly in two monms. n\' SI'K'S COIN I.AI'XHRY
.... ,__ ehanre :i- i:\". iii'ns ..f the estate of ;t-.i \w ;in Avenue, Miami, Ktorli
In addition to his two sons, ne jenklnx K. I'oh.-n, deeeaned: and that |tendK 1,1,-1 l.i-said nann "iih ii
i- survived by his wife. Rachel
Leah, of Jtrsulam. and three
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOrt DADE COUNTY.
FLOR DA IN PROBATE
No. 65'S1- A (Blanton)
IX RK: Ktat< of
ii Mtoi.ii i.. r..\KNi:s.
I I. .>:,.-. il.
12 ll-ls-j... ; l To AM CredltoiM and All IVrmmii llay-
Init Claim* or l ni.ni'i- Anuluai sw"
in the county judges court 'Vou'are hereby notified nad i-
IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY. ,,iii,,| to |i.i-.-lll any claim* Blld lie-
Florida in probate muiid* which you mu> have ajralnat
No 65219-B u. ,'Ktat. "I HAROL.D I. I'.AltNl.s-
IN RE: Batate of d.....i-"l li"" "l ,Kl,u Couniv. Jlor-
,1KSS A. POTAR, Ida, i" Ihe County Judnei- >( l>a;te
Heceaaed. County, and rile the naini In djmll-
,-y, ,^E TO CREDITORS ,,, :,,l .,- provided In cllon I I n.
r< All Creditor* and All IVrmnia llav- | jorida Htatiilea. i" their office* '"
.ii ih., mil ,i.i. of January, I96S, will
applj ; ill" II......iibh Count) Judice*
ni Hade County, Klorlda, for approval
nf ihI.I Hinal Reiiorl and for dlstrihn-
ii.hi .imi rinal dlxcharge ;.- Kxei-utor*
of Hi. eal.....I he iiImivi -named de-
cedent, Till* 2nd il-'\ ni December,
!'" I
ANN \V. COHEN
I.K. i.\ KAPLAN
l.i:i IX KAPLAN
nl Myera, l leiman & Kaplan
Altol in >
II.-.0 S.\V l-i Sti pi i
Miami, I lorlda asiSO
12 ll-ls-2-.. I l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63032-A
IX 1:1:: Batate ol
Mill's r \\ RBDB
I >, "I .1- .1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DlSTRIBUT.ON
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
\i ITICK is in n hy pilvi n that
i "lei !. ... ill.- Circuit i '..ii.; of I ,
i ',..iiii > I nil i 1.1
I'A l' C ST. IXE
I.IONKI. I.. Tl UN
Attorne) foi Applicant
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
XOTICK IS HEREBY U1VBN 111
the undcmlaned, dealrlni to enftase
IttiHlnea* under the flctltlou* nami
s\.\l KKI.OMAX SALES at 118 N.\
27th Street, Miami Intend* to reaM
s;iiil name wiih the I 'lei i. "i ;li" ''
.nil Courl of l .nl" County, Florida
I ,v w SAL.BS CORP.
:i I 'I... Col p., Siil" 11" n< r
LKOXARO .1. KAI.ISII
An. riiey for Vppllcant
IU2 duPont llldii.
12 ll-U-2.,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'I
the iii'il- i-i-ii- d, deajrlnv t'
.1 I.
;.. ill. County Judaea of Iade County, As Kxecutor
in,l ni,. the -.ni" In dupllcati and ..- SMITH MAXOI.KR, B.SQS
pioviued in Section iSS.16, Klorlda .\ii"rn>\- for EtnU>
Statute*, in their "in.....ii tin c......- !'; Lincoln Road, .Mi'., rm.
.in il..ni-, in Hade i'. imy, Klor- JE 1-741
Judd Teller Will
Speck Sunday
Dr. Judd L. Teller, renowned
::n correspondent, author and
lecturer Will speak here Sunday. Ida, within_ ix calendar; month* from
,, .. ih. time of lh" firal publication heie-
? P m., at the rontainebleau Ho- m1 iM ,hi. s.,,,,,. rtlll i. barred.
le| I luted i.i Miami, l- lorlda. lh
Dr Teller's latest work. "In- ''" chaRLEs ntiTZ
al Biography of the Jews," A* Administrator c.t.a.
.. ui u i n ___'Aroiiovitx. Silver Si-her
..- just bcn published. He re- ut,.nev* for Adn C.T.A
v returned from an extensive ai -.. > iimk., Miami^Kiu.^ ^
r.. ai: i ...iii...- iinn am i r-'.iis m.i. | |,.,.Hui siiiiiii!, in ,,,r",,.......-,,,, Nii'l'ICF is iienl.v alven that I the untlci-alicn-u, aetorinar io raww
Ins Claim* of IVmand* Aaaln*! Said ,i,. County Curihou*e In Ihiiiei oun- >' i '( ..... Petitloi buaine** under Ihe flctlllou* name
r& IlrS 'kS^w<........?^S^&aCrs K.-Wi"BJtas
12 11-1.- 2:.. I 1
I hid. County, iiwiiln. for approval of Ida
-iii.l Hinal Remirl and foi dlHtributlon MA.\ N ihi-.m-.i.
and final dlv-hnrtte .1- Kx.-cutor of ... -.,|" .',',"."'1'.' .,
Ihe etate of the 1.....ve nam. .1 dec. HARRY STEI.Mlh.KU, KSQ.
dent, Thin Tlh .iv ..I' I ". "nil.. 1. I'.ni Altol
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA IN PROBATE
No 65285C
IX RK: Batate of
Ki/.H k 1 1 I'KKMlh,
KCRT WCM.ISCII
Kxeclltor ill. Kwtate ..I
ACC.l'hl' VYREHE. Heceaaed,
K 11:1' \\ 1:1.1.is, 11
Attorney
|ii7 Almeria \vo.
Coral liable*, KI01 i.la
12 ll-ls-2 1 :
12 I1-1S-2"., 1
, :
i\ tour through Europe and is-
h Rifkin. 5200 Alton Rd is
1 the event.
WANTED:
1 int lad/ livinfl 11 Miami city
who is interested in n.akina a
1 .Han each week, .i< P
n in 0y sitting 10b for a
rly lariy. Beth Oavid b na-
irea c 1 1 daught ir for d '. lilt
it JE 2^058. RitrMtees.
GUESTS FOR HOLIDAYS?
SUBLET LOVELY STUD APT. v iih pool.
cxc-'!-nt locatian, reasonable for
Dec. 24 Jan. 3. Writs
GfH., Box 2973, Miomi 33101
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6527bA
I
I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'
,f I '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65219-B
IN RK IM.
.1 i:SS A I'' I'AK.
.-.,1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I..,,,.. r iii.\. I Ii 1- T 1 Ml C11 dltn \ 1 l'i i> .n* ll.11
I ,, 'i indi I1.1t Claim* nalnsi Said
, I, si ^ "ii I; il and 1. -
1, In their on 1 lain .....1
. ill llu.il' 1 '
:ss \. ri it.' i<
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn \ll Credll ir* and All I', r-011* lln>
Inu ci.iiii,.- or 1.....and* Ax 11*1 "- i"1
i-'-ii. ... ,
|fied 11 1 1 -
. ,,ms ..in- mid ile-
,1 1 11 in:. 1 hi iB'"ii*l
/,, \< II TKRXICK
,0 tin

1 ki mil.II tit Ion iea*ed In rldi .
lie will he barre. ..
,-.1,. illaiiii. b.orld
i.i'
Hl> .-in.l 1 Ii..- Sl.. 1
1 ..-,..,
,v lirunduera rithln 11 om
ih.
Klorl be barretl
1 1 Vli'iml, Kioi .1. thl
d.n of II
i'ii \';i.i:s Kill 1 /.
' \ '.T.A
IN THE CIRCJIT COURT OF THE nnovlti!, KI .v S
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC'JT OF v,,. .. m. C.T.A
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. I .
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 13284
JCXK r VII.TEI x.
IMnlnl 11.
Bl-MER jilSBIMI CAIUTECX,
1 lefendant.
NOTICE H PUBLICATION
v.n. 1:1 mi:;: 11 >--1:1 I I CAII.TKI
.....1 ad -. How villa, I.01
|.,M. 1, are required to I
... the complaint f;
in-' >". "n H
i-l, ,-i. 1 vi Courl and '
:, Herman "ohen, 1 1
. llulldli -.
1 ilon Jiuiuar) 12. i 1
,., entered
hecemhei
l; l.EATHERMAX

' M
1 'lock
12/11

nr tl
.
da A I'
Mil HREIi RAH I

|.|l -1 1. ibl .11 lull "i till
1.. n In
Simon, Hay* .'. 1 Irua
Attorni > i"' Kni .mi i\
:;ii; Aln*h y II
Miami, h lorlda
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 13533
THE XE\V YORK I1AXK Kl)R
!- iVIXUs,
l'i.111.'
\ -
1 IX,
Aln-sli r.i-i.: M ami, Kin
WOMAN WANTED
to care for and do light cooking for
elderly lady, from 12:30 noon to
7 p.m. Live out.
Local References necessary.
Ph. 379-3573
II/H-IK-25. 1 I \vil,l,IAM Jl'PK COLLINS.
I ...n-n.lain
E COUNTY JUDGES COURT
SEXTON WANTED
for iarae conservative Temale Con-
duct morning services and be able
to read Hie Torah.
Give Experience & Reference*.
S.W., Box 2973, Miami 33101
POSITION WANTED
with Gentleman for cooking and
light housekeeping.
S Days, 5 Hours daily.
Call JE 8-2309 from 7 a.m. to Noon
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65283 A
IN RB: Batate of
\.\ K BTKAU88
Deceased. _
imu 1 10E TO CREDITORS
' t.i All Creditor* and All Persona Hnv-
; iiik Claims ol :'.111:111.is Ajotln*' '''l
1 You an- hereby BotBled and re-
quired to preaeni any claim* .md ,d' -
nnin.ls which you mn have .inaiual
,h. earate of ANN K sikm <> d. -
censed late of Had.- County. 1 lorlda.
to the County Judges of Hade toun-
i. .ml file tli" sain. In duplicate and
a'*' provided In S.-.-'i.ni TKLft. HfcrMla
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: William Judo Colliii* mid Shirley
.1. Collins, hi* wif".
..in 1 'ircle Drive
We*t Chlcaau, Illinois
You im- hereby notUled ihnl ihe
above captloned action haa been in-
Kttini.d BKalnst yu in th; V1,'-.1'!1
Court ..f the Klevatitii Judujla.lt b -
,lt i.f l-lcrhia In and for Dade Ooun-
iv t,, r.ii.-i i..s" .1 mortaajre unon the
i'..llouliic ilcs.ribed real pronerty:
lit HI Hlock ^ >< HIEKKA MJBATM
SI'UUI VISION, a.'.-oiilli* U> "
['hit thereof, recorded In Plat Hook
'.7 at I';.i" 27 "1 Hi" Public U. cord*
,.i Dude County. Klorlda
V..u .11. r.:.iu.ie.l to file a respon-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH IUDICIAL CIRCUIT. I .
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 12576
ISYIin.N s CHBHKAS, AS TRt'STK
I Mall
\ .-
- :YMi ii It Pi >l I. VCK and MEB \ I'
12/1 S-2.">. I I IN M STRI KS I XC,
I left ndanl -
CERTIFICATE OF NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION r. SEYMOCR POLLACK
IN THE NAME AND BY THE Residence Iiikiinwn
AUTHORITY OF THE Vi il ARE HBRBBY NOTIKIED I hi
STATE OF FLORIDA a complaint for cancellation of,
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES'. milMtalidlna atock certificate has be.
i:\TS SII.M.I, .' i.MI-:. liRKI-: I'IN'ilS: fi|. ,1 ,.L:,iiii-.t v.nl ill til" al.'.v,- Btyli
Wheren*. l.i:i >X KAI'I.AX. MIAMI, Court.
PLORIDA; MARIE It. K'a/m ai Kit. The atock certificate Involved 1
MIAMI. FLORIDA; BRXESTINK C. c. ; 1 li'.ai. No. MB, tor 118.7SO akar.
i:i:i:i:i'. MIAMI. PLORIDA: did "ii
the 19th day ut A-,n-il, A.D. HiO, oaue*
to be Incorponited und.r th.- laws ni
the State of KlorMa star TIIaimxh
i'ii.. inc., a Mtrnossulon, with its
piiniiiial Mare ol bualneas at MIAMI.
DADE ciicnty. in the State of Flor-
ida, and when.- such i..r|..'io1li.ii ill.l
on Ike 2:tnl das >.r Nova nisei1, A.D.
1964, .ui-. i" Imi filel In the office uf
1,1 cummon capital stock issued h
MKRADA IM'i >Ti:ii:s, INI'., ai
restlatered in the name of H\:\
Mi.ri: POLLACK on Hi" itoi
iiiinsr. 1 l.ilx.i "f said MERnD
INI'I STRIKS. INC.. a Florida CO
noratton.
1 il MIK HKRBDY Hl'QI' M'.KI' 1
fil. \,.ic ortsinal answer or otli.
id. inlliv, to I'lainllff's ..niii-laiiH
sttiitllt"*. HI incir uhii" '" '"
Iv Courthouse Iii Hade County, H"i- unu .--... ......-. ;._,.. .;,., ...i,,
k ,^h,of & %%#&&.I ^ 4a,! !?
the sii'Mur! of State of the State of the office of ihe CSork "( the Cireu
Klorlda, th.- documentary authority 'curt. Dade County Courthouse, ML
iv Ive pleudiM to liiaimin complaint I Statute*, ahowlnj; th.- dlaaolutlan of day of Januao. I9W, You are al-
with I"" Claak Of lh" afor.-s.iid Courl. such corporation. requlecd ... s, r\. a copy of ><"
and serve a copy thereof unon_ Plfunt; | .now, ineroio.e, the Secretary of | plt-ndlng upon PlatatlfTi Attorne;
I h" ..
..f or the sain" will i" barroci.
Dated at Miami, Klorlda, thla
das of Deceml" 1. A D. I9HI.
I.KS'l'i'.K D. ALEXANDER
Km Ex. cutor
piral puini ttton of ihis notici
the 11 iii aa mhei. Il.
LEON KAPLAN
of M.ois H' Iraan .\ Kaidan
Attorney for Kx
II ai S.W. 1st Sir. "t
12. 11-18-33. 1 1
nut later Ham January !;'
Decree l*ru Conf< wo will bi nti i"'i
aisnli'si you
I. \ l'i:i': p."Mil" r s. Ii'i.l
K II. LEATHERMAN
Clerk ,.f 1 In 1'1 1 lit Court
(Beal) By: K. XL i.vman
1.. :.in\ 1 1. rk
\l VRTIN KINK
1 ..,. Ki der.il llulldlnu
Ml'"" ''.....:'' '' ,2 11-1-2:... .
sun.- doe.s hereby certify to Che for*. MAC MKRMELL 1900 S.W. Ihii
(ninsr and thai he is atlaflod lhal lh. kvenue, Miami, Klorlda, 33129. If yo
requirements of tli* law have been fall i" comply herewlrh, a deafae b
uniplled with. 1. r 1 ui 1 ..;ll he entered amtns1 yo
IN WITNESS WHKRBOK, I hav. f,.i th, relief ......stcl In Plaintiff's
hereunto set mj hand ami hove Complaint.
affixed the Great Seal of the Slate Dated .1 Miami, Klorlda, tlii- :'.
01 Klorloa, at Tlillahanaee, the tla) of i ecemb. IBM
Capl'al. thla the TWENTY THIRD '' It. I.e. A I'll l-'.R.M AN
.la. ..1 XOVKMRKR, \.n. 1964. Hi rk of the Circuit Courl
'-..... TOM VDAMS 1-.1I1 Hy: C. P. COPELAND
S clela \ ol State I'.i.uiy Clerk
12 II til 12 11-1S-2.Y 1 1


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for
CUSTOMER
OFFERS.....
FAIR
AVAILABLE ALL FOOD FAIR & FREDERICKS
STORES FROM
FORT PIERCE TO KEY WEST
Orici yovi table witk lK i < \i pt r t d bieu'y ol "Starotto" ildfiloi1 C-o'o by mattor
crattimon le givi you tko last in a. I'lja-n a I i h t finatt tablowaro, 'St mlU'i IvKwriavt
aptoronii bolics iti practicality. A cionic now iu>|r in tko prevd tradition of No' anal
Silvor Cooipony, ibil Vioyy.i'jKt It at w or 0 ii |W awaUty latin finish ttainloit itool. It aid
not rwit ar itain.n oo d I no polilking. And wo m ok t it 10 my n noiorcbi lot yow ta acquire!
lack wook wo will oMir different piece! of "Starette" flatware (or only 9< a'rtk tack $5 pvrckaie.
So* tkt lull ditatay o( "Starotto" ttolnletl at ike i'o' lack pioct It pacttaf od in < anvolopo to protect if s boauty. Start collecting yawr lot of Starotto" lr-i tak.
LOVELY STARETTE' PATTERN by National silver Co.
YOU CAN BUILD AS LARGE A SERVICE AS YOU LIKE!
NO COUPONS NEEDED! SHOP AND SAVE!
?C* >0U Cam COLLECT A CO-PLETE SET OF TaB'.EMM
TO HATCH yOUR 'NORTH STAR D ssR"ARE -f E.AS-
ARE, WHiCH OFRE 00R RECENT EXCUSE OFFERS
IMPORTANT!
INk*9, 7 ff* *< fc'i *' e*ly t ili> a*c*i $S avekeaa TVt ai <: a** pa.lt wiA $15 -c.i
Ifcl **-h $15 pvtctWvif, tc TWis r i|| c**ti**a iW 20 **, a* iM (* *> t eJlc< all *- -?-
iT PIECE WILL BE I
ACHWEEKJNTHM
A DIFFERENT
FEATURED I-
FOLLOWING SEQUENCE
^^^ .. *
MC- o' c tc. -
2nd Week DINNER FORK
3rd Week.. SOUP OR DESSERT SPOON
4th Week SALAD FORK
5th Week ONE-PC. SERRATED KMFE
6th Week TEASPOON
7th Week. DINNER FORK
lea
ICED TEA
SPOONS
4 FOR 99:
COLD MEAT
nFORK & BERRY
SPOON o.* 99
TABLESPOONS
2 for 77
suoARsiSx*
77
1
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WITH WONDERFUL GIFT SUGGESTIONS
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J: ge G-A +Jeist fkriJitr Friday, Decerr.be: I' .. 47 AMBASSADORS BALI Community Hails Choice of Mrs. Meyers As Recipient of Roosevelt-Israel Award :' com-. hailed the %  • • ."_: %  arti as they join for b> -. Greater Miami Israe. • r ".-ke place the DOT BaJll %  the For,:a;ne Hoei ami %> .ii be the occa the E.ep r -Israel Humanito MrMe> In announcing members of the Committee of Patrons, Ansm said that "leaders from every walk of community life, from the fields of education, law, business, the arts and philanthropy, have eagerly expressed their dosire to serve on the Committee of Patrons as a mark of tribute to Mrs. Meyors." EYc ON GWRGE LINCOLN ROCKWELL US Hate Literature Turning Up in Canada Continued from Page 1-A ^ %  i -:d.ag justice told him: "There ajfno interrational forces behind tt all, onty a Canadian Cabinet minister." Both Stanley and Tay lar voiced anti-Semitic remarks at %  H hfiwim The anti-Semitic "Canada Youth Corps" i? -inning up members in T'ionto high schools. John De DOGRACiNG EVERY NIGHT EXCEPT SUNDAY w HO M.VO'I TWIN DOUBLE Admission SOc RES. CALL 754-3484 SMART CORAL TERRACE RESTAURANT "Ship Out" This Winter! Enjoy a Relaxing Caribbean Cruise Plan your winter vocation trip on one of these five luxury lineri — point of departure, Ft. Lauderdale's Port Evorglades or Port of Miami. • CARMANIA 6 Day to 17 Day Cruises from $N0 V • FRANCA "C" 3 Day to 14 Day Cruises from $170 • ARIAONE. .7 Day Cruises from S 160 • HANSEATIC 7 Day to 15 Day Cruises from $200 • VIKING PRINCESS 7 Day to 14 Day Cruises from $195 Round the World Trips You owe yourself the pleosure of a round the world trip 0 moke this year "the yeor" 4 *• CALL 448-4487 • TRAVEL UNUM/TED 2101 PONCE DE leON BLVD. CORAl GABIES, FLORIDA Acflt from Gob i thmmtr I'^trons. in formation, announced \ Anin include: •:. commander" of the youth i>r2inizstin meanwhile told a "secret'" me*"tine in Toronto. TTie meeting, in a dovmtown hotel, was led by David Stanley, a Scarborough youth whose mailbox was closed after he .rael Humanitarian Avard in fitting recognition of "a lifetime of service to I-rael *nd humajiity reflecting the .-piri' of the late tleanor Rousevi It %  • Heading the Amba--ddor s Ball Committee v ith An.-in are Samuel Fnedland. honorary chairman: Leonard Rosen, chairman of the Gieater Miami Israel Bond Organization: .lack A Cantor. Grand Mar-hal Maurice Revitz. chairman of the Board of Governor-: and Jack S Popick. chairman of the Ambassador'Corp* of sponsors. Memberof the Committee of %  • • rt riiiWL.li lrittr l'.r( .. %  %  t I %  :. ; .<>. I,..ui!: : %  i .. Itccbl. .,. %  \, l K • • ii .•\ I. • .. i. • %  • Jtt s I X i I I M \) !• %  •., i .'. I l i:. n. .. Mead M %  V. %  \ •7 • lii, rhil l: • u •!I %  ; %  %  Hit--tt I ill.--.!: %  11. Sum T i Mttrr 15 I .-• %  l rK -.'•• lot, \liil Sill —'M. all. Ski :• | • r %  %  •• %  1961 i < %  rl mtAm-% nutj | C AH WAXlMj SAM TENDLER'S IMkJ^ft ILL 2ai 4M. FR 4-8579 %  sThis is the hotel the Israelis voted Israel's best Tkt ultra-smart S-trator-TeJ An r bts*tae.aM:Metw,ui Be.t.ful roor-s fat,, M f^ Lavish pool. Jst a ittoN from ill the eciteT,ent of bMtMacTIM NigMc -Bs S.oea ; a'es. Y.Odiili flrami The Israelis, n t -(cent survey voted it Is'ae's Best hotel. The finest recommendation ot ill. fN lisurel Resirfatuns, till | Travel A|eit or 377 0275. SheratontyftvivHotel l T4 Avhr, Itn.l Merry gift idea for everyone on your Holiday list: Mom. Dad. Siuer Sue. Brother Bob. Your teen-age niece, Sally. Aunt Mary. Uncle Ralph. Grandma and Grandpa. Extension phones make wonderful gifts. For everyone. (What else that costs so little could bring them so much pleasure?) Southern Bell ...Serving You J



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Page I4-A *-Je*>isb fhradian Friday. December U, 1964 i I I c Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN Intellectual Excitement About Book of Knowledge THE BOOK OF JEWISH KNOWLEDGE. By Nathan Ausubel. 560 pp. 750 illus. New Y'ork Crown, 419 Park Ave South. $10.00. "THIS WORK, IT ShoOM bo kept In Blind, is not ;i .low i-*-. on vi-li petlia :n the I rial sense, but a %  s oi Jewish knowledge arrani -.cyclopedia form." vrites Nathan Ausubel, author of "A Treasury of Jewish A Tn Jewish llumor." "A Treasury .:' Jewish Poetry." and a 'Pictorial History of the Jew index, plus a special index of noteworthy persons. Jewish and otherwise, who have influenced Jewish culture and hi>tory. offer some idea of the actual scope of this book Top Jewish Agency and JDC Officers Due at 27th National UJA Conference By Special Report Louis A Pincus, treasurer of the •rash Agency for Israel, and I harleH Jordan, director tenet Overseas Operations of the •• Distribution Committee, are : -up of top officials of %  .or beneneiary ... of the l'n;te<: Jewish Appeal > %  g from abroad to %  %  %  at the 27th annual f the UJA se! tend at th \ '• :: • %  -nee ot % %  •• States. 5rs. G : Israel. the ttsl %  ; distinguished • can and Israeli srx ,,kerErhard For Extending Statute Continued from Page 1-A \ i •• %  ..".: the -:on." which Hitler during World War II In a cable to President Luebke. Ad iph Held. JDC chairman, described the bill as "an incredible action that can only apnbolic pat on the back r fascists :.>ught so that Hiteph Meyerhoff. of \ general cham Max M Fisher, of Detroit. UJA v leral rhaii EdM M A grb irg. I "v Y^rk. ..".(I JDC rman; I>< *i D v of L'J \ honorary ehairrr Ch innan of the I -.•< 1-rael Appe Agency for Israel: Wiliiam Ro-enwald, oi V n York. UJA honorary chairman: Rabh: Herbert A. Friedman, of New Y' rk, IMA executive vice chairman; Dr. Joseph J Schwartz of Mew York chairman of the JDC ifth Anniversary Committee. Gott.< tHammT. executive vice pre-: dent of the TIA-Jewish Agency: M -is A Leavitt, executive vice chairman ot the JDC '..< %  ding participants in the work • nee will include UJA National Chairmen Isadore Bres lau, of Washington. D. C: Jack D. *V iler, -t New York: Edward sberg. of Cleveland; Melvin DuI insky, of St. Loui>; Israel D. Fink. I I Minneapol.s; Benjamin H S S<***A&t' •i -U EXCEPTUllT tOOl mill I Sftff EKtTME i %  nasnt'iMnstowi i sari w for I-rael. which help> to CHABltS JORDAN m mint s i srai %  loint 1 i Jews in 31 I i Israel. • i idl welnronieally ill and I immigrants; the New Vork \ciatWn for New Americans, v --:-•Jewish refugi the United StateThe V ited !' ice. which •' ttlement of ish refugees to countries other than Israel, ai-o bent Fits Iron the L'JA campai-ASK FOR No. 112 BARNETTS OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT 228 N.f. 59th STRfET-Miomi 1608 WASHINGTON AVE.-MB. 134 N.E. 1st STREET-Miomi 272 VAIENCIA-Cerol Gables Ph. PL 4-3457 YOU GET BACK RE THAN YOU PUT IN! No ring ot luck necessary. You always come out money ahead with a Viarr, Beach Federal savings Kcowt. And Hfeilt your money is making money — to gie >CJ back more than you put in —your savrjs rt safe insured to $10,000, and read • au at • | you. VOUR SAVINOI 41% Annual >. t Con-po.":*." JE 2-1702 LOW COST MORTGAGE LOANS lantial Commercial Industrial Land Davalopmant Loans WC HAVE FINANCED MORE PROPERTIES IN MIAMI BEACH THAN ANY OTHER FINANCIAL INSTITUTION r*> I %  u %  : % %  %  jMIAMlBEACHl ~:t3 1/33 •A VINOS Our Rtsources tiered S20O.0O0.0O0 Oiocsr a usotsr IN MIAMI BEACH MAIN OFFICES tkxH Rtad Mall t Washiafton m. • Jt 1-5511 BBANCH OFFICES ."iC Swanj '.s>s E ..' M •• 947-1415 3CI 71st Street •*-, Bead %  JE 8-55:1 i^i. w :-.-A.eVa-i h A 1-3601 755 Wash ngton *M %  valtucb' ILSH.: Mlt PAKIS6 AT AIL OFFrCtS



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Friday, December 11. 1964 +Jenist)ncr/drtan Paqe 113 Urban League Executive Director Will Address Teen-Age Conclave Sunday HARRY ZUKERNICK Talmadge U Fair, executive •• keynote speaker at tlic ntli annual teen-age conclave of the YM-YMHA of Creator Mi: | ami thicoming Sunday, beginning at 12 noon at the Dunont :; Plaza note:. { Fair will address over 300 youth ilclejiates on the subject of this year's conclave, 'Youth Rights or the Other Person's—Which are More Important?" A member of the Executive Board <>i the Florida state Human Relations Council, Fair also scr\es ;. chairman of the Hooker T. v. asbJngton Community School i Steering Committee. He is on the Employment Committee of the Dude Count\ Community Relations Zukernick to Receive Award of Merit From Miami Beach Bar Association Attorney Harry Zukernick has Wen named by the Miami Beach Bar Association to receive its Award of Merit "for service by a member who has made an outlanding contribution to the pro.'..m of the Bar.'" Zukernick will be cited at a luni neon at the DiLido Hotel on Monday noon, according to Stanley B. Richard, president of the Beach Bar. Making the presentation to Zukernick will be Chesterfield H. Miiith. president of the Florida Bar. Also to be cited at the luncheon are the Mercantile National Bank "in appreciation for its participation in co-sponsoring the Estate; Planning Seminars" and Chief Judge Thomas H. Barkdull Jr., of the Third District Court of Appeals, "for service by a member of the judiciary who has made an outstanding contribution to the program of the Bar." Zukernick served as president of the Beach Bar Association from 1952 to 1953. He has been a director of the Beach Bar for most of the years since its organization and was recently reelected to a new three-year term. From 1959 to 1960. he served as ihairman of the Real Property. Probate and Trust Law Section of the Florida Bar. Since 1959. Zui i nick has served as a member "t the Board of Governors of the Florida Bar. He has been a chairnan of the Budget Committee of the Florida Bar and served as ] chairman of the Clients Security Committee of the Florida Par, member of the Dade County Campaign Committee Of the Florida Bar Center and was chairman of the Florida Par Convention a num ber of times In addition, Zukernick has been chairman of the Lawyers Division Of the United Fund and Combined ; Jewish Appeal. He is a past president of the Civic League of Miami Beach and B'nai B'rith. He was first president of the Miami Beach YM and YWHA and served as chairman o f District Welfare Board No. 9. He is a founder and member of the Board of Governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Board. Fair has a Master's degree in social work Prom Atlanta University. Keynote address will be given at the luncheon meeting at noon, at which the delegates will also hear greetings from Herschel Kosenthal, president of Greater Miami "Y." The young people in attendance, representing 30 clubs of 3. lie accepted a bid fro l the Board of Directors of the Je • ish Convalescent Home here to ; minister the home on Collins A' and 3rd St. I RtSIAYXE TERRA* E HOT tit. Catering Department STARLIGHT BALLROOM TERRACE ROOM AVAILABLE FOR SOCIAL EVENTS. STRICTLY KOSHER FACILITIES AVAILABLE UNDER SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN CALL Miss Shirley, Catering Mgr., FR 9-3792 Miami Men's ORT Meets Wednesday IRQYAL HUNGARIAN 13 RESTAURANT 1 Daniel N. lleiier, recently installed as president of Miami Men'-. ORT. this week announced that the organization will hold a meeting at the Deauville Hotel next Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. Heller is a member of the National Board of Directors of the American uRT Federation, the parent group with which the Miami Chapter is affiliated, and is a former National Commander of the Jewish War Veterans. The meeting on Dec. 16 will feature as guest speakers Dr. Hyman Rosenkranz. president of the Dade County Chiropractic Society and a member of the Council on Physiotherapy of the American Chiropractic Association. Dr. Rosenkranz will report on new approaches to the treatment of arthritis. The meet! ng inauguratea monthly series of affairs and activities which are part of a growth project for the organization. Heller declared. 731 Washington Ave. OPEN JE 8-5401 Elegant Catering for Bar Mitivahs, Weddings, ant all Social Functions THE LERNERS Catering for All Occasions A** ic* H ^*H6 FAMOUS 671 WASHINGTON AVE. PARKING FACILITIES if. 1-3987 MIAMI BEACH J^esfaurant lfl\MHS MIIVIH IMkll.Y 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. HOTEL "TIDES ANNOUNCES GRAND OPENING Of Its Strictly Kosher DINING ROOM SUNDAY, DEC. 13 Opening Special RIB STEAK ^OQrr DINNER .... */.VO For Reservations JE 1-6701 1220 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach Continental n^s Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue Miami's Only "Shomer Shabbos" Restaurant — Qualify Par Excellence 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 226-1744 HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON C.OHIMtX and !O.M KOSHER CATERERS from hors d'oeuvres to a complete buffet 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655 Under the strict sjpervision of the United Kashrus Association of Greater Miami— Supervising Rabbi: Rabbi Abraham J. Safra. OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS nt3 "TM THE GETTER'S NEWIT DECORATED CORAL REEF HOTEL ON THE OCEAN AT ?6th STREET • MIAMI BEACH DIETARY LAWS AND SABBATH Strictly Observed '6 daily per person double occ. 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Friday. December 11, 1964 +Jml*l> nwtdllun Page 15-1 Rabbi's Father, Famous Author, Passes in N.Y. LE6AL NOTICF LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER IN THE COUMV JUDGE'S COUR" FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. XOTICK IS HKRKKV, IIVBN llml FLORIDA IN PROBATE lln lindi in No. t2626-C ii IN RK: Kntul I : i .!•:• TRIC \i• r-.i:.SALES AND ROP.KKTA MAE TRUSS SBRYU V. %  • %  :< S W. TUi \ .. Ml.-. ,i NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAK I Rabbi Mix'!Ahramouitz spir*'•"> lh "" Court m APBL CATION FOR DISTRIBUTIO | I Mill AND FINAL DISCHARGE Itual leader of Temple Menorah. .Mmuiis KLASS XOTICK L n n iiu returned from Israel this week. where he Hew with his brother. Jack Abramowitz, of I'ouyhkeep I _• 11 -Is. •_ %  -.. I I ..,).,;. %  • unit IVtli in I i I mi I l >l I NOTICE UNDER the eMate of Id FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW IIKRTA MA TRI SHEL, NOTICK IIRRKKY GIVEN l! II ,,,.! I 12th dfl i Hi-mi.I. i %  • 1 11murali sie, N V. to aceompanv the reliualne** urn imi "I cou I Indue* of Dude County, i'' ,,..,, .,, hi tithnr Phnlm VII*. KoKKT-ltotfK IXTKRKiRS ill J3I M. f,„ ,...., of *uid Klnnl Re|" mains ol ni, latner. tnaim Yitz _. :il Sl> M|aI|1| lUach ,,,,,„,, ,., ,.... nn|1 1|on um| f|n|l| chak Abramowitz. law said nam. MM the '' i 'MUI i' i i I .i.:. '".iui>. IlorThe elder Mr. Abramowitz died Ida. HKLKXK KORETZKY itLAXClIK RosKXHl vi T i.' 11 -iS3, I in New Yo k last week at the age Of 70. He bad just arrived there with his wife on a brief vacation. A second generation Israeli and member of a pioneer Jerusalem family, Chaim Yitichak Abramowiti was research editor for Ha'Rav Kook Institute in It* lael. He lived with his wife in Jerusalem. Mr. Abramowitz was the author Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach plans its sixth annual luncheon for next Wednesday at the Fon'.ainebleau Hotel. Highlight will be a premiere fashion show by the Sara of five books: "Gift to a Bar MitzFredericks Shops, of Miami Beach, Palm Beach, Boston and vah," "Hall of Repentance." "And FLOR '5o. iuw^c New York. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Irving Rubin, co-chairThou Shalt Live Among Them" rN nB : Rtte of man; Mrs. Jerome Rado, president; Mrs. Frances Linn, chairand -The Fifth Commandment. i','^^ K "* NOriCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HKREHV fJIVKN thnl i h %  uinl' ialicni 'I. 'i. Iiifir to viiaci bu*lnc** iinil-r ihe fictitious nunie of TIIK i:.\i i.\Ti-:i.l.K ill I6S X.E. I'Uli Street, AH.HI I, I' IM ,,.i Intends to jsti %  "Hid 'i.in.. %  lh tin < "U-rk ..f Hi'Circuit i'oui'1 "f l .i.itCounty, KlorIdH. I" IRIS It. KOVXER IJ H-1S-25, I I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE preside man. Standing are Mrs. Robert Grossman and Mrs. Harold Scglovilz, ticket co-chairmen. T u. i. 0 | i,.. n i. •fomiripntarv on NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE Ihe last uook. Lommernary on APPL(CAT10>J FOR DISTRIBUTION Mishnayot." is scheduled lor pubAND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICK ih.i.li. •n thai Medical Field To be Discussed \ Tribute and a Challenge to the Medical Professions" will be Ihe subject of a sermon by Dr. JoR. Narot at Temple Israel on I lay night as part of a special ith eve service honoring the a I professions in the community. 1'r. .Narot has prepared an original prayer service dedicated to Ri ligion and Medicine." Dr. Rrna Klass will read the Sab ath candle ritual. Dr. Elaine Ni edell is in charge of hostesses I i the reception to follow the serce, and Dr. Paul J. Furlong is hairman ol the committee on arngements. LEGAL NOTICE Inn •_. %  .ivdmlnlstrator nf Ihi i I %  ii. ... named • 4 %  -. iThin !Hh iluj ol I '• %  • '-ml., v. IIMI4. \ ., AY CR1STOL InUtral i E*tati l;,.i.. ri .i M %  Trusaell, di en \\, in11.1 ih, u v i mui Allot m | i ., I. Kcdi : lids 21 X.E -i i Miami. Kin. 12 ii-l--:.' • NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW XOTU'K IS HEREHY (IIVION Hi 111. iniili i -;ii' >l. desiring tn ellKattl liualne** uinl r ihe flctlllou* name I. \ IH INTERNATIONAL al "II X.V I HI t'nurt, Miami Intends i" ri Ha 'I II %  '. Ii li ill. rierk of the i "I • .-.lit i'ourt "t I a.l. County, Klorid l V-RI' HALES, INC. .i l-'l;i. %  > p., Sole | ''> % %  net' IJ .' IX A. EPSTEIN Ailiiiii' i for Vppllcanl i.i I. ncoln Roa I 12 II -ls-2.".. NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HKRKIIY aiVBN tli ill. mull i -siKii.-il. deslrlllK I" • nuiif NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HKRKIIY QIVBX that Ihe uinl' rsluncd, iloslrlna to eiutajte In luisiii. s> under the flclltloUH n:i ni" of MATAIJOR Slim: COMPANY, IHvIs; (Uiugnteis. 1, f I'ai Ibln -> %  > Shoe I "oi |i. ni :••". S \V. stli Street, Mlmii. Klorlda ini. mito reii Mei • i -1 name I'll I In i iif the 'i' i ull i "iin "I I '.ni. i ..mm. Klorlda,. CARIKHKAX KHOK CORP ., N'i'U York enrporutloii authorised l.i do I'llB in Ii"l illn Ni".,l.iSti ni. I %  .-.— iclint \l VRVIX I. W'IKXBR. i-.-U %  l I Alnxli ISIIIH Miami, Kla Attorne) i"i Caribbean Sho ( t'< r|>. nation and will appear posthum" lk have ni.%  Klnal Reia.rl and I'.ubu*ln.'H8 under ihe fl.-lltli.us name msly in two monms. n \' SI'K'S COIN I.AI'XHRY .... ehanre :ii:\". iii'ns ..f the estate of %  ;t-.i \w ;in Avenue, Miami, Ktorli In addition to his two sons, ne jenklnx K. I'oh.-n, deeeaned: and that |„tendK 1,1,-1 l.i-said nann "iih II isurvived by his wife. Rachel Leah, of Jtrsulam. and three LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOrt DADE COUNTY. FLOR DA IN PROBATE No. 65'S1A (Blanton) IX RK: Ktat< of II Mtoi.ii i.. r..\KNi:s. I I. %  >•:,.-. il. 12 ll-ls-j... ; l To AM CredltoiM and All IVrmmii llayInit Claim* or l '• ni.ni'iAnuluai sw" IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT 'Vou'are hereby notified nad iIN AND FOR DADF COUNTY. ,,iii,,| to |i .i-.-lll any claim* Blld lieFLORIDA IN PROBATE muiid* which you mu> have ajralnat No 65219-B u„. ,'Ktat. "I HAROL.D I. I'.AltNl.sIN RE: Batate of d i-"l li"" "l ,Kl,u Couniv. Jlor,1KSS A. POTAR, Ida, i" Ihe County Judnei%  >( l>a;te Heceaaed. County, and rile the naini In djmll,-y, ,^E TO CREDITORS %  ,,, : ,,„l .,provided In %  cllon I I n. r< All Creditor* and All IVrmnia llav| jorida Htatiilea. i" their office* '" .II ih., mil ,i.i. of January, I96S, will applj ; %  • ill" II iibh Count) Judice* ni Hade County, Klorlda, for approval nf IHI.I Hinal Reiiorl and for dlstrihnii. HI .imi rinal dlxcharge ;.Kxei-utor* of Hi. eal I he IIIMIVI -named decedent, Till* 2nd il-'\ ni December, !'" I ANN \V. COHEN I.K. i.\ KAPLAN l.i:i IX KAPLAN nl Myera, l leiman & Kaplan Altol in > II.-.0 S.\V l-i Sti pi i Miami, I lorlda asiSO 12 ll-ls-2 .. I l IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63032-A IX 1:1:: Batate ol Mill's r \\ RBDB I >, "I .1.1 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DlSTRIBUT.ON AND FINAL DISCHARGE \i ITICK is in n hy pilvi n that i "lei !. ... ill.Circuit i '..ii.; of I • i ',..IIII > I nil i 1.1 I'A l' C ST. IXE I.IONKI. I.. Tl UN Attorne) foi Applicant NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW XOTICK IS HEREBY U1VBN 111 the undcmlaned, dealrlni to enftase IttiHlnea* under the flctltlou* nami s\.\l KKI.OMAX SALES at 118 N.\ 27th Street, Miami Intend* to reaM s;iiil name wiih the I 'lei i. "i ;li" '' .•nil Courl of l .nl" County, Florida I ,v w SAL.BS CORP. :i I 'I... Col p., Siil" 11" n< r LKOXARO .1. KAI.ISII An. riiey for Vppllcant IU2 duPont llldii. 12 ll-U-2., NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'I the iii'ilI-I-IId, deajrlnv t' .1 I. ;.. ill. County Judaea of I ade County, As Kxecutor •in,l ni,. the -.ni" In dupllcati and ..SMITH MAXOI.KR, B.SQS pioviued in Section iSS.16, Klorlda .\ii"rn>\for EtnU> Statute*, in their "in II tin c !'•; Lincoln Road, .Mi'., rm. .in il..ni-, in Hade i '. imy, KlorJE 1-741 Judd Teller Will Speck Sunday Dr. Judd L. Teller, renowned ::n correspondent, author and lecturer Will speak here Sunday. Ida, within_ ix calendar; month* from ,, .. ih. time of lh" firal publication heie% P m., at the rontainebleau HoM1 IM hi s ,,,,,. rtlll i„. barred. l e | I luted i.i Miami, llorlda. lh Dr Teller's latest work. "In''" CHARLES ntiTZ al Biography of the Jews," A* Administrator C.T.A. .. ui u i n„ ___'Aroiiovitx. Silver Si-her ..just bcn published. He reut „,. nev for Adn C.T.A •v returned from an extensive %  • • AI -.. > IIMK., Miami^Kiu.^ ^ r.. AI: i ...iii...iinn AM i %  r-'.iis M.I. | |,.,. H ui siiiiiii!, in ,,,r ",, .-,,,, Nii'l'ICF is iienl.v alven that I the untlci-alicn-u, aetorinar io raww Ins Claim* of IVmand* Aaaln*! Said ,i,. County Curihou*e In Ihiiiei oun•>' i • ( %  Petitloi buaine** under Ihe flctlllou* name • r& Ilr£S %  % %  'KS^W< ? ^S^&aCrs K.-Wi"BJtas 12 11-1.2:.. I 1 I hid. County, iiwiiln. for approval of Ida -iii.l Hinal Remirl and foi dlHtributlon MA.\ N IHI-.M-.I. and final dlv-hnrtte .1Kx.-cutor of ... •-. ,| .',',"."'1'.' ., Ihe etate of the 1 ve nam. .1 dec. HARRY STEI.Mlh.KU, KSQ. dent, Thin Tlh .iv ..I' I %  ". "nil.. 1 I'.ni Altol IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA IN PROBATE No 65285C IX RK: Batate of Ki/.H K 1 1 I'KKMlh, KCRT WCM. ISCII Kxeclltor •• %  ill. Kwtate ..I ACC.l'hl' VYREHE. Heceaaed, K 11:1' \\ 1:1.1.is, 11 Attorney |ii7 Almeria \vo. Coral liable*, KI01 i.la 12 ll-ls-2 1 : 12 I1-1S-2"., 1 : i\ tour through Europe and ish Rifkin. 5200 Alton Rd is 1 the event. WANTED: 1 int lad/ livinfl 11 Miami city who is interested in n.akina a 1 .Han each week, .i< P n in 0y sitting 10b for a rly lariy. Beth Oavid b nairea c 1 1 daught ir for d '. lilt it JE 2^058. RitrMtees. GUESTS FOR HOLIDAYS? SUBLET LOVELY STUD APT. v iih pool. cxc-'!-nt locatian, reasonable for Dec. 24 Jan. 3. Writs GfH., Box 2973, Miomi 33101 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6527bA I I • NOTICE TO CREDITORS I' ,f I %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65219-B IN RK IM. .1 i:SS A I'' I'AK. .-.,1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS I..,,,.. r III.\. I Ii 1T 1 Ml C11 dltn \ 1 l'i i> .n* ll.11 I ,, 'i indi I1.1t Claim* nalnsi Said I, si '•• ^ "ii I; il and 1. 1, In their on 1 %  lain 1 % % %  ill llu.il' 1 • :ss \. ri IT.' i< NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tn \ll Credll ir* and All I', r-011* lln> Inu ci.iiii,.or 1 and* Ax 11*1 %  "i" 1 i-'-ii. ... %  |fied • 11 %  1 1 • ,,MS ..inmid ile,1 1 11 in:. 1 hi • • iB'"ii*l /,, \< II TKRXICK ,0 tin 1 KI mil.II tit Ion iea*ed In rldi lie will he barre. .. •,-.1,. illaiiii. b.orld i.i' Hl> .-in.l 1 Ii..Sl.. 1 1— ..-,.., %  ,v lirunduera rithln 11 om ih. Klorl be barretl 1 1 Vli'iml, Kioi .1. thl d.n of II I'II \';i.i:s Kill 1 /. \ '.T.A IN THE CIRCJ IT COURT OF THE nnovlti!, KI .v S ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC'JT OF v,,. .. m. C.T.A IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. I AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 13284 JCXK r VII.TEI x. IMnlnl 11. Bl-MER jilSBIMI CAIUTECX, 1 lefendant. NOTICE H PUBLICATION v.n. 1:1 MI:;: 11 >--1:1 I I CAII.TKI 1 %  ad %  %  -. How villa, I.01 |., M • 1, are required to I ... the complaint f; in-' >". "n H i-l, ,-i. 1 vi Courl and :, Herman "ohen, 1 • %  1 llulldli -. 1 ilon Jiuiuar) 12. i 1 ,., entered • hecemhei l; l.EATHERMAX %  %  M 1 'lock 12/11 nr tl da A I' Mil HREIi RAH I |.|l -1 1. ibl .11 lull "i till 1.. %  n In Simon, Hay* .'. 1 Irua Attorni > i"' KNI .mi I\ :;II; Aln*h y II Miami, h lorlda FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 13533 THE XE\V YORK I1AXK Kl)R !iVIXUs, l'i. 111.' \ 1 IX, Aln-sli r.i-i.: M ami, Kin WOMAN WANTED to care for and do light cooking for elderly lady, from 12:30 noon to 7 p.m. Live out. Local References necessary. Ph. 379-3573 II/H-IK-25. 1 I \vil,l,IAM Jl'PK COLLINS. I ...n-n.lain E COUNTY JUDGES COURT SEXTON WANTED for iarae conservative Temale Conduct morning services and be able to read Hie Torah. Give Experience & Reference*. S.W., Box 2973, Miami 33101 POSITION WANTED with Gentleman for cooking and light housekeeping. S Days, 5 Hours daily. Call JE 8-2309 from 7 a.m. to Noon IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65283 A IN RB: Batate of • \.\ K BTKAU88 Deceased. _„ IMU 1 10E TO CREDITORS T.I All Creditor* and All Persona Hnv; IIIK Claims ol :'.111:111.is Ajotln*' •' %  •''• l 1 You anhereby BotBled and required to preaeni any claim* .md ,d' nnin.ls which you mn have .inaiual ,h. earate of ANN K SIKM <> d. censed late of Had.County. 1 lorlda. to the County Judges of Hade touni. .ml file tli" sain. In duplicate and a'*' provided In S.-.-'i.ni TKLft. HfcrMla NOTICE OF SUIT TO: William Judo Colliii* mid Shirley .1. Collins, hi* wif". ..in 1 'ircle Drive We*t Chlcaau, Illinois You imhereby notUled ihnl ihe above captloned action haa been inKttini.d BKalnst yu in th; %  V 1 ,' 1 '! 1 Court ..f the Klevatitii Judujla.lt b ,„lt i.f l-lcrhia In and for Dade Oouniv t,, r.ii.-i i..s" .1 mortaajre unon the i'..llouliic ilcs.ribed real pronerty: lit H I Hlock ^ >•< HIEKKA MJBATM SI'UUI VISION, a.'.-oiilli* U> "•• ['hit thereof, recorded In Plat Hook '.7 at I';. i" 27 "1 Hi" Public U. cord* ,.i Dude County. Klorlda V..u .11. r.:.iu.ie.l to file a responIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH IUDICIAL CIRCUIT. I AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 12576 ISYIin.N s CHBHKAS, AS TRt'STK I Mall \ .:YMi II It Pi >l I. VCK and MEB \ I' 12/1 S-2.">. I I IN M STRI KS I XC, I left ndanl CERTIFICATE OF NOTICE BY PUBLICATION CORPORATE DISSOLUTION r. SEYMOCR POLLACK IN THE NAME AND BY THE Residence Iiikiinwn AUTHORITY OF THE Vi il ARE HBRBBY NOTIKIED I hi STATE OF FLORIDA a complaint for cancellation of, TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES'. milMtalidlna atock certificate has be. i:\TS SII.M.I, .' %  i.MI-:. liRKI-: I'IN'ilS: fi|. ,1 ,.L:,iiii-.t v.nl ill til" al.'.v,Btyli Wheren*. l.i:i >X KAI'I.AX. MIAMI, Court. PLORIDA; MARIE It. K' A/M AI Kit. The atock certificate Involved 1 MIAMI. FLORIDA; BRXESTINK C. c. ; 1 li'.ai. No. MB, tor 118.7SO akar. i:i:i:i:i'. MIAMI. PLORIDA: did "ii the 19th day ut A-,n-il, A.D. HiO, oaue* to be Incorponited und.r th.laws ni the State of KlorMa STAR TIIAIMXH i'ii.. INC., a Mtrnossulon, with its piiniiiial Mare ol bualneas at MIAMI. DADE CIICNTY. in the State of Florida, and when.such i..r|..'io1li.ii ill.l on Ike 2:tnl das >.r Nova ni s ei 1 A.D. 1964, .ui-. i" IMI filel In the office uf 1,1 cummon capital stock issued h MKRADA IM'i >Ti:ii:s, INI'., ai restlatered in the name of H\:\ Mi.ri: POLLACK on Hi" itoi iiiinsr. 1 l.ilx.i "f said MERnD INI'I STRIKS. INC.. a Florida CO noratton. 1 il MIK HKRBDY Hl'QI' M'.KI' 1 fil. \,.ic ortsinal answer or otli. id. inlliv, to I'lainllff's %  .niii-laiiH sttiitllt"*. HI incir UHII" '" '" %  Iv Courthouse III Hade County, H"iunu .--... .-.• •;._,.. .;,., %  ...i,, k ,^ h, of & %%#&&. I ^ 4a,! %  ? the sii'Mur! of State of the State of the office of ihe CSork "( the Cireu Klorlda, th.documentary authority 'curt. Dade County Courthouse, ML iv<•" and serve a copy thereof unon_ Plfunt; | .NOW, ineroio.e, the Secretary of | plt-ndlng upon PlatatlfTi Attorne; I h" .. ..f or the sain" will i" barroci. Dated at Miami, Klorlda, thla das of Deceml" 1. A D. I9HI. I.KS'l'i'.K D. ALEXANDER KM EX. cutor piral puini ttton of ihis notici the 11 iii aa • mhei. Il. LEON KAPLAN of M.ois H' Iraan .\ Kaidan Attorney for Kx II ai S.W. 1st Sir. "t 12. 11-18-33. 1 1 nut later Ham January !;•••' %  Decree l*ru Conf< wo will bi • nti i"'i aisnli'si you I. \ l'i:i': p. "Mil" r s. Ii'i.l K II. LEATHERMAN Clerk ,.f 1 In 1'1 1 lit Court (Beal) By: K. XL I.VMAN 1.. :.in\ 1 1. rk \l VRTIN KINK 1 ..,.„ Ki der.il llulldlnu Ml '"" '' : % %  ••' ,2 11-1-2:... sun.doe.s hereby certify to Che for*. MAC MKRMELL 1900 S.W. Ihii (ninsr and thai he is %  atlaflod lhal lh. kvenue, Miami, Klorlda, 33129. If yo requirements of tli* law have been fall i" comply herewlrh, a deafae b uniplled with. 1. r 1 ui 1 .. ; ll he entered amtns1 yo IN WITNESS WHKRBOK, I hav. f,.i th, relief stcl In Plaintiff's hereunto set mj hand ami hove Complaint. affixed the Great Seal of the Slate Dated .1 Miami, Klorlda, tlii:'. 01 Klorloa, at Tlillahanaee, the tla) of i ecemb. IBM Capl'al. thla the TWENTY THIRD '' It. I.e. A I'll l-'.R.M AN .la. ..1 XOVKMRKR, \.n. 1964. Hi rk of the Circuit Courl 'TOM VDAMS 1-.1I1 Hy: C. P. COPELAND S clela \ ol State I'.i.uiy Clerk 12 II til 12 11-1S-2.Y 1 1



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Fatst) 8-B ImlstfkrXtetr Friday, December 11, 19^ • 7' ranees XA ntan We the Women IREHl WOMAN OF THE WEEK Iret \i Max \ Cogen while growing up in 1.. wa a quiet, thoughtful child who liked to rej particular •bitibn, she knew that she New England e Mt< graduating 1. she returned to Springfield, where she :nteer work She also -pent time in the retail tore acquiring a business background which • asset in organizationendea' Irene was active in the Civic ["heater. ....her -• the str et, t son would come to the theater and • 1 around available as an actor if needed. That small boj stand around Civic Theaters waiting to run errandany more His name is Jonathan Winters, and according t.i Irene, his hasn't changed an iota. Irene and Max met through mutual inend-. and it was love at | fir-t sight [i r both of them The> have two children—Linda, who is married to William W. Binder and has two children, Betsy and Amy; and ., bachelor son, Peter, at the university l"p north. Irene was active in Girl Scouting. PTA, and the Board ot Puhhc Nursing, among otherThej came to Miami Beach vacations that got longer and longer Realizing that the children's couldn't be transplanted so often, tweve years ago the Cogens mo\ed here permanently They did not like the role of being \.-itor>; so thej became par: of the community at once. Irei.e belongs to many or ganizationt including the Sisterhood of Tern; le Israel, but there are some that rate top priori' > wftfa her One is the club tor Smith Graduates, which sponsor two scholarships from the Miami area. Smith wome:. are trained to be selfrei:;int. and Irene feels that her own education was a doming-' lad 11 .: teaching her children to do things lor themselves Travel is one cf the Cogens' hobbies Since betv the 11. Irene and Max have a smattering of difterent Ianses they are always able to communicate with the people in the far c rners of the world Interested in archaeology, they have found many countries exciting, but for Sheer beauty, with 'he contrast of b.ue seas and mountains. the> adore O pri and the south ol France Their home reflects their travels and what the) like best The entire house has a Mediterranean feeling, accented by using warm earth tones They have an extremely fine collection ot Picasso pottery and paintings Sincr they are always in the market and on the look-out for treasures to add to their collection, their trips take on a double meaning which alvays makes their home a beautiful reminder ol manv hapi y hours. is easy in Irene's bo..,k In this lush atmosphere, the plants are volunteers, coming up by themselves, am! all Iiene ha10 do is to show them the way to go. Both of the Cogens are busy with meetings and then moe meetings, and the business involved therein They both read a great deal Irene feels that a person must continue to reeduca.c himself by continued reading and learning A little knitting and a little bri Iged int.. the extra minutes of Irene's lit.. Spanish, French and Italian cook the Cogens" dn.ner hour a truly < mopolitan flavor. They like to go at least once a \>tek. but that is purely American Always happiest when working in the realm of educa;. %  and children. Irene, as well as her husband, have been m involved in Jewish Family and Children's Service. Pre*en1 ent of the Women's Committee, a 5h< consj en the office a privileg) • FOR HOLIDAY PARTIES RENT EVERYTHING FROM THOMAS! PARTY TENTS COlOtFOl FASHIONABLY %  ESrSNCD. ASSORTED SIZES Ctniri Tobltt Tobl* Line-i China • Stltr G'Cll3ft Tro> Cofte* U'm lo-i Done* F :%  Per*tmalized Service RENTALS "AT YOUR SERVICE M YURS" Telephone 633-3281 5790 N.W. 35th AVE., MIAMI 42, FLA. Judith Maloff Eyes June Rites Mr and hfrs. A Maloff. 6117 Iliviera Dr. Coral Gables, announce the engagement of their daughter. Judith Maxine. to Allan Howard Price, son of Mr and Mrs. Edward Price. Chicago. Ill Mi-Ma lot 1 is a graduate of Coral Cables High and a sophomore St the University of Wisconsin. Her fiance is a senior at the t'niversit] ol Wisconsin. The wedding will take place in June. Kapners Reveal Carolyn's Troth Mr anil VrHerman Kapner. of ua Avila it Coral Ciables. announce the engagement of their ghter. Carolyn Joyce, to Stevei A. Issenbers. The future bridegroom is the ion of Mr an l Mrs Ben Issenberg Boston, Mass A Februarv wedding 1planned AKIANA SCHWARTZ Hollywood Unit Member Coffee Hollywood Chapter of Had held its annual paid-up membership coflee on Wednesday. 12:30 p.m.. in Tobin Auditorium. Temple Beth El. Mr-. Samuel Sakrais. former regioral president recenth returned from Israel. a> guest speaker. Accordion humorist Larry Blue was featured entertai Pn-uram was chaired bv Mrs Joseph Heller. Master of ceremonies was Mrs Natalie B. Freedman Appearing on the program were Mrs Isadora Goldberg. Mrs Ann Harris. Mrs Adolph Schmit ka. Mrs. Minnie Robinson, Robert Berman, Mrs Arthur Friend. Mrs David Storm and Mrs Israel Maizel Highlight of the afternoon was J ceremony honoring tour cener ation life member. MrPai Zornberg anil three generation life member. Mrs Anne Tellman Myrtle Leal awards for sports. of five or more new memberwere presented MrGorge Levin, assisted by Mrs Norman Meltzer, handled the -t book; visual aids. Mrs Jen nie Kravets Mrs Sylvan Wyler, chairman of host! ts> • In addition to Mrs Sakrais. the Florida Region was r pn -ented by Mrs Irwin Liss and Mrs Joseph Milton Mrs Friend is chapter piesident. and Mrs. Storm. Mrs Berman ari MrMaizel are group presidents Synagogue Ladle To be Welcome New members of the u O hen comjnunit, &£*£ terhood wil, be welcomed*! meeting s*t for Wednesdaj p.m.. at the synagogue Simon is president. 12.3-1 Mrs. ciar* •Rabbi Boor H. Stern *fji sent the first in a -er,.. J £' ures to the Sisterhood study gC •The Women of the Bil i Visitors to Miami welcome to attend Beach JUDITH MAlOff Ariana Schwartz Gets Scholarship Ana:,a Schwartz, straight "A" student at Southwest Miami Senior High School who will graduate in June, has already been advi-ed that she 1the recipient of a Si hularship to Sophie New comb College at Tulane University in New OrleanFor the lo-year-old daughter of Mr and MrMurray A Schwartz. ?501 SW 43rd Ter this is one more in a long list of honors earned since she graduated avaledictorian of West Miami Junior High. class of '62. She holdmembership in National Honor Society. Latin Honor Society, Math Honor Society. For(nsic League and German and French Clubs. Last year. Ariana received the Barnard Bock Award, pre-ented to the outstanding English student bj the Barnard Alumni Assn.. and .1 ne ol four Dade County studentto win national commendation in the test sponsored by National Council of Teachers of English. The teen-ager has just been elected president of Hillel. B'nai B rith Girl-, and is active in the Young Judaea movement for which she was degnated a scholarship camper at Tel Yehuda in New York two summers ago. At Newc-.'iib. Ariana planto participate in the "Scholars and Fell ws" program set up by the Ford Foundation to train future 1 ers Although Mr Scbwarts 1a salesman, both he and his wife are former memberof the St. Louis Symphon} jnd have played with other major orchestrathroughout the country Mrs Schwartz, who has served as organist at HollyBeth Am Ladies' Fashion Show Annual lunch .^... "' Am Si-terh : ,; h on Wednesday. :: ,„ tft lemple Auditoriun 1 hairman 1. Mrs Marsha Fe %  \ imorg sboi ; .Vll | b offered at hfm from Mistci G. Dadi mentated b> MrErnest Sohner Mr-. Richard Alnei Sisterhood president, anm im • that the pr ceeds this yi tothenewh organized Biblic; • .,1 u,, Temple, to lie /,. the fiv year progi 1 • .,., tt Dadeland Garden 1 Memberof bol groups anguests are invited I attend Author to Speak To T Women Shoshann.ii • ^itho' of "My Jewi-h Kitchen." will speak on the art of It -king at thmonthly meeting the >'"• Women on Monda} 1 a.m., il the YMHA. 4 -. 6th Ave announce Mrs Arthur Stein, program chairman Miss Spei live ol brae. will talk about Israeli disbei well otra Imonal Jewish foods. Temple Israel Women to Meet A color film, "A Trip Throuj it 1-rael."' with narration by Edwari G. Robinson, will !>e presented at the Temple Israel Sisterhood board meeting Wednesdaj noon in Wolfson Auditor. Mr.1 -. Sisterboo pre-; Mrs Henrj J V .-on is pr' .: chaii man. r the past six is a l.-o a cellist. Ariana h... n i tifne f-r music and '->> flute and pian Her sister. Debbie an eigh'i ler at (V< -• Miami Junioi Hig Jal-o a vers lal nted pi % %  -' 1 Ol It conn nr. srom i> cot. OH: Special Offer Now! $ 49 i95 Twelve S*7 COLO* Pfiorofrapfcs • 8e.f'tf' 'b"> LOIW'S KIVIttA THfATRI CINTI 1546 So. DIXIS HIGHWAY, CORAL GABlfS IN DAOf COUNTY IN BOWAD COUMT Ph.n. Ml.IMS *•• J • ,7, %  %  •C jfni. t Catinrli COLONIAL WOOD PRODUCTS 133 W. 29th ST., HIALEAH 887-3741



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Page 8-A > km 1st fk rid kin Friday. December 11 t B'nai B'rith Moves to Reaffiliate With NCRAC Continued from Pag* 1 -A The differences grew out of a • I) b) sociologist Robert L. Macuho proposed a division of • i v i t i e s and responsibilities Jewish community relargan tattoos A major conerupted in the Jewish When a majority of —these now num. \ rial nal agencies and 74 litj relations coun• plement the MacB'nai B'rith claii \ RAC had m thai advii functiona gem y B id that B'nai B'rith's SCI the : %  • ituallj agreed terms for a native cess that respects voluntarism the int< nd auton F its < nstituent members" ;!h B'nai B'rith p age and suj rt nmunity He called it "an example of and iit tical unity in which all elements, and particularly the community itself, stand to gain." Aaron Goldman, of Washington, national chairman of the NCRAC. welcomed the announcement hy B'nai B'rith that its Board of Governors had approved rejoining the NCRAC. subject to similar action by the national commission of the \PI. He said "thia is the most come and gratifying -top toeffective cooperation Jl community relations rsult of a in i i se The B'nai B'rith Board of Governors adsr-ted a new budget, highest ; n -he organization's 121year h'sto-y. The board voted S9 476,000 f=r the year 1965. This includes %* ?39 900 for the youth program next year—a jump of more than $262,000 over current expenditures. The board also endorsed a proposal to inaugurate a campaign for a SS,000,000 development fund as a major step toward meeting the growing need: of the expanding number Essay-Art Contest For Schools Here Annual essay-art contest, held •he Bureau of Jewish Education ish schools of Greater Mi. mi and Hollywood, will he consored is j ear by the Zionist tion of Greater Miami and wood, according to announcef J< seph Cohen. Bureau S bjects of the annual content a choice of the biography aim Weizmann. first Presi. lei, and ol Israel and ing the relation. -. ihe two. %  ar< %  riginal drawings and sculpture reg to Weiimann, Israel or Deadline ate is Feb. 8. Judges for the contest are Reyna Youngerman, Herman Higger, Samuel S. Goldberg, local artists; Leo Mindlin, executive editor of The Jewish Floridian; Rabbi David Shapiro, of Hollywood; and Louis Schwartiman executive director of the Bureau. Prize* for both the Essay and tesl include S100 scholarp Judea, first prize: i Camp Judea, sec nd prize; Jewish life tor third. an I fifth prizes in both conRules of the contest call for an > of no more than 500 wor !drawings, >ketches or paintin J4 in hy 26 Applicationwill be di.-tnlmted to all H ." Is i B ;: Committee 1 r the contest, in tion to representatives of the ac Donen. Morris William Silverstein •ssip. Sidney Raymond. Jack Alex a ider, J iseph Perry, Jacob Harrison. Mrs. Morris Simon and Max Parness SENIOR CITIZENS HEAR THIS! PiO no* o**r you I g mUl law .r of S49 (or S S Florxlj 3 nd 4 d.y irulxi •o Nnuu Mty of 200 Bm tl aM imtroomi itiF-vcd 'or you on MCft ctuiM Join your friends for 3 or 4 days of pleasure and leisure aboard the newly refurbished and redecorated S S Florida PHONE OR WHITE fOR RESERVATIONS NOW! STATERQ MIAMI TO GALA CRUISES ABOARD TE AIR-CONDIT'ONED >P S/S FLORIDA *% NASSAU SPECIAL FARE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS LOWCtU'SC INCLUDES %  ; meals—mcW ng 'esti! C;::a it's D nner!" -'. enter.; -_;„. : ; £3 T. | _C rU Se j CO ector, floor shows -:. ts, | n games and ; %  :=$. calypso band 1 I %  Capti ; ••3i Pa'tyi l n %  ::-•-entai brea'Kt! i • Midn 6-t 3-3c*s: %  fXty-free sau* ISTOVI noATiitc f"u axisil ri-OBJ BIT Strtt ia Sewrt of Jewish teen-agers and college students. Monsignor George C. Higgins, of t h e National Catholic Welfare CouRcil. predicted in an address to the Board of Governors that the next session of the Ecumenical Council would overwhelmingly approve declarations on deicide and igious liberty. "The crisis, if anything, tended to galvanize >up• for the resolution rather than ken it." said Msgr. Higgins bo participated in the Council held in Rome. • When they get down to the finish vote line, most of the negative votes will evaporate." he said. "I hope and pray, once the doctrine is promulgated, it will be the beginning of a new ear in CathHicJewish relations." He cautioned B'nai B'rith against expecting any dramatic changes. "No doctrine is : to change the face of the earth betw< en Monday and Tue^!ay." he Asked whetner the deicide declaration would lead to revision of par. tool textbooks which ;!tisn>, it to ^s at -inmg "chidoks." *ould •??nd. FREE PARKINS n Miami s Inj-aham Carap while you're en cruise ATTENTION BROWARD COUNTY RESIDENTS! r rM ;-.-; e --. • '•-Ft LI ---• ana HC • *~so to •.--'- 'ft--. return =• pc %  >-. trve jg.; f^U ?0 CTPAUCUID rn 0; *' BisemBlvd. A lOtt)SI MeaWMr oi •** o.%-g w -%  •;•*System 0J-"O Mf.ct. 10* J t 1i Mrtet sometimes reflect anti-Se: he replied: T would expec lead to all kinds of ncttvi! the local diocesan level in r all that needs to be refined. log the reforming oi text Implementation, he said vary from place to place.Ving on the "experience and tfve ol the people in\ Myers Attends Meeting Dade Rep. Kenneth M; :<-n

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Pcge 4-A +M*1sHk>rkMtHi Frkkiy. Decemher "Jewish Floridian OFFICE cmd PLANT — 12C N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FB 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX .305-636-4869 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO NCNCL3 Executive Editc: SELMA M. THOMPSON. Ass:, to. Publisher p>t>ub*e *vrr Nn atam fi iw T* jh nattema 131 N E s.i: v Sfcrwf. Miami 1. FV-'rtd*. St-rmd--' -, ** P:d at Miami. FV.rt : %  • : -~ BO%  ~c~er.t. 5-t I %  I • e Committee Foe creese.-.' here baa lain rc-r.ce between 5 nod r ; NCRAC: the ADL'a feeling Ikrtion with NCRAC would mean a challenge la its own volBOtari srr. and integrity as an agency dedicated to the battle cgair.it anti-Semitism and racial discrimination. This in turn brings up the old problem of who is authorized to speak {or the American Jewish community in these and other matters, or whether indeed, a :'.e spokesman is either necessary or preierable to the voluntarism which ADL cherishes. B'nai B'rith's move to return *o the NCRAC fold suggests that there are positive qualities on both sides of the fence and that a compromise position can aid the cause both of voluntarism and unity 'brough diversity. Honor to Gerstein Some of our community's top leaders will • irn cut in force Friday to honor Dade Count-/ State Attorney Richard E. Gerstein. We join :?. in congratulating Mr. Gerstein for his record since first assuming the State Attorney's cif.ee back in 1957. Throughout the years of his tenure, Mr. Gerstein has conducted both himself and the attain of his posi'ion in exemplary fashion. As a conseguence, he has brought recognition, locally and nationally, to himself and the community he serves. Mr. Gerstein's heroic service in the European Theatre durinq World War II, where he won a variety of medals, foresaw the capability he would bring to his role as Dade's State Attorney. The "Community Appreciation Luncheon" on Friday at the Dupont Plaza Hotel will afford leaders in many fields of endeavor here the opportunity to congratulate Mr. Gerstein for his dedicated fulfillment of the duties of his office. Beach Attorney Cited Miami Beach Bar Association Monday will honor a distinguished member of the fa* diciary. The association will clso honor a longtime attorney here, as well as an institution fftr iif co-sponsorship of a series of legal seminars. The attorney is Harry Zukernick. known for many years in the general and Jewish communities for his civic endeavor. Mr. Zukernick is being presented with an Award of Merit "for service by a member who has made an outstanding contribution to the proaram of the Bar.''. Mr. Zukerr.ick's impressive accomp'.Vshmen's in his profession well characterize the Miami Beach Bar Association citation. The organization's commendation i= the most suitable recognition of his achievement. Mesivta Dinner Sunday Mesivta High School will hold its fourth annual scholarship dinner Sunday at the Fontainebleau Hotel. The school is a tribute to the men and women of our community who have identified themselves so energetically with the kind of traditional Hebrew curriculum it offers. Of those who graduated from the Mesivta thus far, fourteen students have wen scholarships to leading colleges and universities across the nation. The func'ion Sunday will offer the celebrants an opportunity to tane stock of their achievement thu-. far and to plan for an even more successful future. Extending the Statute The Oermans are apparently split on the question of the extension of the stctute of limitations for prosecution of Nczi war criminals. The limiting date is May. 1965. Many Germans argue that there are just a small number of criminals left — perhaps only 150 known to authorities. Even if their own count is accurate, how many Jews are these criminals guilty of havinq murdered during the Hitler era? An even more important consideration is how many will suddenly appear after the statute of limitations, other murderers no longer fearful of exposing themselves? German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard indicated early this week that he personally is in favor of extending the statute of limitations for another ten years. This sounds at least minimally reasonable; although we are forced to wonder whether his opinion is not another one of those airy expressions of sympathetic sentiment found all too often in the case of the German scientists in Cairo. Now that our own coun'ry is considering a pcrtnership role for West Germany in the rebuilding of a demoralized NATO, wouldn't it be worthwhile for U.S. public opinion to urge a higher degree of moral cleanliness in Bonn before the partnership is ratified? One good way would be to extend the statute of limi'ations beyond May, 1965 for the prosecution of Nazi war criminals. paaaana the week as i see it i 0 i by LEO MINDLIK • • daring the week S-JK? ed our secular .; lieve. he dedan the mysteries %  • i the swpern* • !" lighted." ** ,^ .*?* %  has • • -••.... s idealise Vr before a banc tainebleau Hotel, where the organizations National E mittee meeting in a weekend conference, eated tinguished service in the cause of human r By -less idealistic." Mr Abram wafjnaUd ation toward human freedom Wherever corded Jews full rights.' he declared, in U reciprocal in the role cf freedom-lovers — no 1 do not lr. fact know why hi* reference to ttx our age served him as a springboard for tbii Abram proceded to offer a variety of have the capacity to icve freedom in the ibsti experienced a good taste of freedom seekerwhich was also oppressive rather than brei Jew ;an enemv of totalitarianism whs en under Castro no c: ti-Semii ich Jew; nevertbeleM .'led But I suspect that what Mr Abram aim* ht.— that Jews arttoday btry ir. which the] • %  n %  ( III I Dent I %  A SIGNIFICANT IUIGIOUS ratw THESE OBSERVATIONS APE, 1 n to i ; not mot %  lifi Exa< • .. • • suggest t philai Mr Abram basic nificant religious element witl t specif interest. This hardly sugge>ts that .'• w% involved also freedom-lovers or that they arer. I also Negro emancipation, rthat it aoes sug. functioa in n-ss secular terms than Mr Abram indicated inj nature of our age. ••• "S* "•• SALVATION IN OVff PffStKT TPHIS BASIC AND important exception apart -t fou: Abram as able and exciUng an orator arettrracei to Israel as another example of the Jc. tl,e moral imperative of our society." Equal opportunity, he conceded, is Bevertheless %  '' Ih ^ n an enactment of law. "It involves commitment to la* in the rear* and minds of men." Seen trom this point of view, th CBS eme as a government body designed to assist individual titles throi the nation to establi>h local community relation:CaSil their own. "We can not." Gov Collins declared, "wait for change. We rnujt involve people in the process of change — in the social attitudes." Here, he said, voluntary organizations su American Jewish Committee have a basic role 'o pla> to <">: local existing agencies, to suggest programs, to arousi ^; A ion against those agencies whose real purpose is to to end of positive human relations In his ultimate plea for a war against poverty tl employment to those in need and willing to work. I tion of the shortcomings in our educational system, G* the circle of agreement between himself and M Mr Abram proudlv declared that ours is r.o 1 of the Wandering Jew. Here, at home, the implicat lea seemed to be, we are help freedom-lover, whether through the new CBS and volvemenl in civil libertarian organizations mittee. or in the spirit of the Maccabees rael today, where death itself is not too dear a price to |



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Page 12-A +JmUto graduated from IVrxtklyn College. He has been %  rrving as spiritual leader of Convocation Beth El in Miami since He previously served as spiritual I. .1 -or in Dubuque. Ioua. where he hcl[>ed found a regional chapter of the American Association lor the 1 ed Nations, and served on its 1 il Executive Board as secretary-treasurer. He pave a series ol lectures on Judaism at the I'ni\ i'i sity of Dubuque. He has served the Rabbinical \-->ciation of Greater Miami as 1 etary. vice president and president, and is currently its execu 1 • vice president. He helped or IMPORTANT PRIVATE COLLECTION JUDAICA Rare titter ritual objects, Hebrew and tot'm books and Bibles, Biblical prints and engravings. Approximately 200 lots. Catalogue on request. AUCTION Astor Birnbaum Galleries 754 Broadway. New York City OR 3 1658 0e<. 17, 1964-12 neon ON DISPLAY Bet. 14, If64 • a.m. -1 p.m. •et. 15, l64-9a.m. b p.m RABBI SOLOMON SCHIff anize the ch. 2 educational proram. "Man to Man."' as well as he Miami News sermon of the day. I Religion under the auspices of the I Dade County Medical Association. I He is chairman of the License i Committee of the Bureau of Jew-' | i>li Education of Greater Miami, and also serves on the Bureau's I Board of Directors and Advisory, Council. He is faculty member Of] the College of Jewish Studies. He serves on the Hebrew Academy Board of Directors, and its Curriculum Committee. He recently returned from a lecture tour of South America, and published a series of articles locally and nationally on conditions of South American Jewry. In 1963, Rabbi Schiff was tended a testimonial dinner by his congregation for his five years of service. In May 1964. he was presented the State of Israel Redemption Award at an Israel Bond dinner given in his honor. Rabbi Schiff is married to the former Shirley Miller, of Chicoga. who received her degree in education from Roosevelt University in Chicago. Mrs. Schiff received her religious education at the Ivria Hebrew High School and the Hebrew Theological Seminary', both in Chicago. Mrs. Schiff is active in congregaSpeak: Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, president of the Orthodox Rabbinical Council of Greater Miami, announced this week that the world-renowned Torah leader, ltabbi Chaim Kreiswirth, was honored at a reception Saturday 9 p.m.. in the Wedgewood Room of the Coronet Hotel. Rabbi Kreiswirth, Chief Rabbi of Antwerp, Belgium, recently arj rived in the United States to at-! tend the proceedings of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, which he addressed j last week in Washington, D.C. Rabbi Stauber said that the entire Jewish community was invited to attend the reception Saturday evening to give recognition both to Rabbi Kreiswirth's international standing as a Torah scholar and to his past contributions toward the advancement of Torah education in this community. One of this generation's mo,* dynamic and sought-after orator's Rabbi Kretswith spoke on subject of vital interest to Jewish residents in the Miami comma Uy." Rabbi Stauber declared. Samuel Rheinhard. noted com munal leader, was chairman of the Arrangements Committee le is chairman of the Religious | tional and communal activities, iffairs Council of the Dade County Rabbi and Mrs. Schiff have two ivil Defense, and is a member ol sons, Elliott 7, a student at the he Committee on Medicine and \ Hebrew Academy, and Jeffrey 4. Dr. Williams Appears at Emanu-EI Dr. H. Franklin Williams, dean. University College, University of .Miami, was guest speaker at a meeting of the Temple Emanu-EI Brotherhood last Wednesday, Milton Sirkin. president, announced. of the University of Miami as •*• ] sistant professor of history. He became professor of history in 1946, which rank he continues to hold. From 194B to 1963, he was vice president of the university. 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Pccje 2-B Jfe*#sf ncrlcUan Friday, December H B'nai Raphael Rummage Sale B'nai Raphael Si*terhood rummage sale will be held on Sunday .r. the parking lot of Citizen-; National Bank Route 441 and Wash; n>-ton St. West Hollywood. MrKen Greenhere. rummage chairman, announced. On Monday evening, members will be honored at Sisterhoods annual paid-up membersnip affair co-chaired by Mrs. Kmanuel Broun, membership vice president, and Mrs. Mack Becker. December circle leader. A musical revue. "How to Succeed in SisH-rhi'id by Really Trying.'" will highlight the evening'* festivities at Norland Elementary School Auditorium. 1934U NW 8th Ct., -tartine at 830 p.m. Scheaiter Names layne Wcley H I. pointed copj direct : t (, e K Scheaffer ai.d Uttafl Agencj La; as for J ly copy coordini i r h .. ] and Men'i l J'"" %  ;ur "''" 'epanmei EM about Founders Dav Luncheon Committee to com plete plant for the affair to be held at the Eden Hoc Ho'e! en Monday, Dec. 21 for the Miami Beach Lazarus Group of H.tdassch. meet a* the home of Mrs. Harrv Kastan 9124 Carlvle Ave. Bottom row left to right' are Mesdames Johann Berman, William Kaufman, chairman, David Duckor, co-chairmars. Jack Wolfstein. rresidert and Sanford Jacobson. Top row fieri to riaht are Mesdames Bennett Joseph. Baer Zuckerbraun, Harry Kastan, hostess, and lock SDQCZ. ORT Chapter Meeting Miami Beith Afternoon Chapter of Women's American ORT held it* general meeting on Wedr< Ida) Dec. 9. at the Monte carlo Hotel. Brunch was at 11:45 am., followed by n candlelighting ceremony and Mrs, Lou Jacob son ipresident 1'roeram chairn an is MrSol mon Siegel. VOGURT fcwl* V <-*> GOOD DAIRY SHOPPERS BUY BREAKSTONE'S C just as they always have 3 Pamper your taste for the best with the quality flavor of really fine dairy foods! For brunch, lunch, supper or snack, you'll enjoy the extra fresh, creamy richness of Breakstone's. Good dairy belongs on your table. One delicious way, or another —always serve Breakstone's. good dairy to^you from gathered for you Miriam Fiel d "A/i IttWk *'"> % % %  "ft HO! r* %  "•' \nd to %  %  %  %  meat ...... ...• mast, %  %  tmtu\ '. tnf.s lUh nl uo,. df Hrr i..*k-n"fan .coBrtfabai m triad-faceted %  nctllaara, Hhaksrnaiim* art keen iart t\.mMM"JII and hi> I il\ rteuUec'ioRN < %  Ille ird(iurrt\ tmpj" L -.-ponst fruni huuttred* "I til.,,!-.L.1 penal-ahi tMMiu mlfbM inDi toactj SM > arc linked IIX\ r,,jhl ajfli the "i^ilums and iaknr< .IIK) tUcju:. of llul Nutr-brd VtorM. iPw.j. /6Ay. / ,. D'lsrotklhe ft I %  Of it* Xl\ In u ,j,, S 7 was nuke porcelain trsofgoUami red silk v\ heiheng te'om "' -' %  a\ mufsi, Chase AS Vicaiiirtv an Is cci r ih* firi sl. r\er prir i^hl> work-, r^ oo tK*entm ot *Brr\hiNt*dair \i ^ >rk un'i I km th* exhihitii •----\iar od}*o im: imreiir-ien: upeni*: ft* auiof Uradt \n ,.: ,n ihiCMatt)|Hl %  %  < l-'J'li ru'.^t-aorn^r a*V • -v \i4iMwriini %  an i 1 5 id ociwia ihe kad( > jt(anadJ. <>%  %  ( %  %  r • 5. • fettS SCMUT2 ROLt PC:' i^ : -' : J ;aV: 5 U W IIH I teat**** -;-• %  %  ***< •aft 1 Z* Mau 1 caa :-*A: '-i a •• 8 *i, cat ntmM ••<€'• •• Smm kn. — %  %  *? naaain'^ 1 • %  "-" —* air -ks k-rt •** &f • %  tan Pw >*aB ceaw> • %  rfx^aarfr^a.*^-^* > Ux a —a.* *; r< ana. Kcaa>e "' • w awn. >-• "•* "** "* i ... a iartx...r t lor 3UBMemo C base ft %  hsnamMntaaMOiaR uTOer Bajbtc-^ ^_^J kUHM KKK\ Tl IS a nJU-MO UA*S BKf aausmiT ru w w* 1



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^•Jenist noradiari Page 3-A Over 1.000 community leaders joined in the second annual Contemporary Jewish Affairs Lectureship sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation through an endowment by :he Sam Blank and Family Foundation. Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president of Brandeis University, spoke on "The Future is Not What, it Used to Be." Left to riqht are Federation President Sidney Lefcourt, Federation Executive Director Arthur S. Rosichan, Lectureship Chairman Fred K. Shochet, Dr. Sachar, and patrons of the lectureship. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank. which he said, "completely transformed our identity and gave the Jewish people cause for .great pride." During his slay here. Sachar warned thai -you can be neither America firsters nor Israel lusters." "You cannot have one without the other." he declared. "II Jewish lile in America goes down. Jewish life in Israel and in all countries will go down with it. Israel is a nation ol meat courage, an example in which we can all takepride. However, Israel needs American know how. strength and support of both clollais and machinery to make the mosl of her future." Speaking ol the UJ5. culturally, the Brandeis president said, "I have no desire to inflate the American scene in terms of its cultural Contributions. There is a great deal that we have to be sorry I as we look oxer the Amerir scene, but there is a greal <' %  that we can be proud ol." Catholics Move To Edit Textbooks Continued from Page 1-A Kose said that editors and teac ers "must lake ^reat care to avoid statements thai would lead young indents to question the basic motivations, sincerity and integrity of their neighbors who are of olir religious denominations." She urged Catholic parents to examine their children's textbooks and to raise questions "ut parent-teacher meetings if they found that the books were deft; cient in the ecumenical spirit Sachar Speculates on Jewish Future 1,000 persons heard Dr. I. Sachar. president of is University, declare that communication, the decline i aloes and a transference thority all make a profound on On lodav s youth." D Sachar was in Miami last '•i a two-day stay to appear %  II Fontainebleau Hotel for the annual Contemporary Jewdi Vffairs Lectureship under the is] oi the Greater Miami -:. Federation. • -or of the annual lectureIn; !the Sam Blank and Fammdation, In an address on 'The Future It Not What it Used to Be," Dr. Sachar spoke on a variety of issues, from the assault on author'/ and the revolt against parents by teen-^/jers, to the growth of anti-intellectual movements in our time. These, plus the world's turbuence in civil rights, in the emancipation oi nations in Asia and Africa, and in the developments of ii nuclear technology, help to provide the view that we are nine in a more difficult era than two or three decades BgO," Or Sachar declared. Predicting thai we can expect to witness many changes in 'he future of a volatile world. 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p, Pcge 10-A Jcnisf thrkjian i • Judge Barad is Named President of American Technion Society Here Friday. Decemher Frederick V Barad. Judge of Ihc Metropolitan Court, and a leader in Miami Beach civic and religious affairs, will be installed ^s pre>i will be Dr. Irving Lohrman. -niritual leader of Tern Emanu-El and a member of the national hoard of the American • <. hmon Society. Officers and Board of Director* of the South Florida Chapter of Technion to serve with the new president. Judge Frederick N. Barad, who will be elected arut installed by Metro Commissioner Alex Gordon, include honorary presidents, Meyer A. Baskin and Mrs. Louis Glasser; vice presidents, David Ponve, Jacob Rifkin, Louis Rudnick and Sol C. Shaye; treasurer. Jack Katzman; secretary. Dr. H. Franklin Williams. Serving on the Board of Direci will be Benjamin Appel. Morns Bernhard, William Bornstein. JJr. Maxwell Dauer. Mrs FranceKr.tine. Morton R Fellman. Mrs ) %  C Frommer. Joseph L. Goodn %  Nbraham A Grunhut. Mrs Bernard Leon Kroni-h. Na K -h.:v Dr Irving Lehman. Hym Morris N l.ipp Alrimer .1 May. Joe M< %  Philip i: senbei g, Her berl S Shapiro, Morris Simon. Milton >irk:n. Philip F. Thau \ 1 IMander. and Leonard Ziibert. Judge Barad will head the Greater Miami Chapter of the group which has undertaken, as it* principal project, to raise funds for construction of a Computer Center at Technion, Israel's largest engineering university. About l.ooo memberand guestare expected to attend the meet inc A re-ident of Dade County since 1H47. Judge Barad has been active in the cultural and educational •h ol 'lie community. He was "t the Bureau of Jewi-h n, : %  board member of the Miami Beach Bar A-socjation. and ROOM and BOARD 1 For Elderly People Special low turn' | mer rate* strktly Ke-.H.r Warm at| mosphere Car service Alto Efficiency —reasonable Rale Mn H Levin. I 1545 Euclid Ave. + evin. JE 1-3741 I DR. A. M. CASSEL MARRIAGE AND FAMILY COUNSELOR ond PSYCHOTHERAPIST lAMh and Children) Individual and Croup 940 Lincoln Miami Beach JE 4-0838 i 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR cmim Let us repair it or apply o new one. For free estimate phone: _^ ACMK *§^ ROOFI.XC. 6* '" 685-1952 a past president of the American Jewish Congress. Judjje Barad attended the University of Miami Law School and ha been a practicinu attorney *ince 1952 K? was -elected as Met rj Judge in 1957 and was reap peinted in 1964. He was the L'.S delegate to the World Jewish Con mess Convention in Stockholm. Sweden, in 1959. He served with the IS. Army and was attached to the Economic Mission of the I'.S Military Government in Seoul, Korea. From 1947 to 1951. he was director of education at Temple EmanuLl at Miami Beach. Pre-iden'.s of three local Technion units arr in charge of arrangements f"r Ihe community events. They include Mrs Milton Sirkm. president ot the Miami Beach Women's Division. Mrs. Morton Feilman. president of the South Dade Chapter, and Mrs. Glasser. Of the Greater Miami Chapter. A highlight of the evening's program will be presentation of Founder's Plaques to 21 Technion Founders, prominent local citizens who have given financial support to the Technion University. Leo R (stein, Southern Regional direcl announced that the 1984 JUDCl MiOtKKK M. BAKAD 1965 kick^>ff meeting will al>o mark the 40th anniversary of the establishment of Technion in Haifa in 1924. and there will be special ceremonies on Dec. 15 paying t'ibute to the school, its founders Bi 'I its pre-ent officers and Board of Governors. The program will include a re port on Technion's latest and most dramatic achievements in science space research to witnessed b) Hutstein. who toured the campi:.for three weekthiyear and %  ferred d greal length with dels, fatuity and ficiaTs Leading Physicist at To be Guest Speaker A distinguished scientist who learned the secret of the A Bomb years before its completion and was part of the famed Manhattan Project will speak at Miami Beach on Tuesday. Dr. Maxwell Dauer. professor of radiation ph\sics at the University of Miami Medical School, will address some 1,000 members and friends of Technion Tuesday eve ntng. 8 p.m at the DiLido Hotel, is a highlight of officer installa tion ceremonies and kick-off of the Amer'can Technion Society's program for 1965. Title of Dr. Dauers talk is: Facing the Newest Frontier in Nuclear Science in Israel and in the United States." Univ. of Miami on Tuesday Eve A native of Bayonne •. j n Dauer received the MA* den*,. New York University, £?£ gree at George Washing.,„ ,£ versity. and his PhD at v i" versify of Chicago "'" Capping 30-year car,,, ,. instructor in x-ray phy,i :i ^ m private institutions ana in th. United States Arm y M ^ D.v.,,on Or. Dauer was ^ „ the select few to receive .noV. trmation in Atomic Energy with the Manahattan Project in prt m"*!& ,0r Op rition *•*•* "We are extremely fortunate to have Dr. Dauer bring us this up-to-the-moment report said Leo Rutstein, Southeast Regional director of Technion, and a former chemist and author. "Dr. Dauer will bring Miamians an exciting account of the de-salting of tea water and its importance not only to Israel and the United States, but alto (o the entire world Dr, Dauer serves as radiation physicist wltn the Department ol I i ':%  n Mi ial Hi • pital, and ,i pofessor in the He was appointed raci.ological officer of the Bikini A-Bomb Tests under Joint Army Navy and Air Force direction in the same year. 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Fridcy, December U. 1964 +Je*l&fk>rldian Page 5-A LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Let s Center o/i Our Own Problems recent lecture here in Miami, stat( Jewry'9 issue into a world cause ed that it is his conviction that if; by exposing misery and by exerting the greatest pressure on the Communists, as well as on the Russian Government, to release BM lent!) ••> -• prott .-i.in ry's '< lenu low' felli worJi tior. the F The Jewish FtorMian: 3(10 rabbis who marched sillic Jews from Russia through free emigration. One of the greatest achievements toward the Russian Embas0 i Thcodor lierzl, the founder of %  week in mid-Manhattan in modern Zionism, was his ability • of the persecution of Rusl0 P ut lhc • kvish question into folewry reflected world Jewcus lor humanity by placing tt on ehngs and expressed the bit-; ,,1C a end f v bzed govern of all men of good faith, **. und through this, he shaped I anv suppressor of their | '' ,nt0 = .world moral issue instead Their endeavor to call handling it as a religious problem, waiting only for a supernatmi solution. United Nations Sanata, as wall sctance of the countries. and tha U. S. as to tha eonpaoplas of frea Russian Jewry cared to leave Rusj sia, within a very short time over; two million of the three-million! there would do so. They could go j to Israel or to other countries, but certainly they would not remain 1 within a system into which their inherent sense of justice would not permit them to integrate. Salisbury also said that from a Jewish national point of view, we should value and be proud that the Jews from their bondage and let them join with their people in Israel. MAURICE COLDRING Miami Beach men. ..ttention by this demonstra. the inhuman behavior oi -Man Government toward ,"ish subjects is making pro but it is still far from its rial—"he physical liberation of Unfortunately, Jewish organizations have been impotent during the last five decades through their, unsound approaches, which skirt one of the greatest national assets the main issue of demanding the wh release of the Jews from their SoThe same approacn to this iV sue has finally come into being as the tragedy of Russian Jewry slowly gets to the forums of the Security Council Hears Israel-Syria 'Debate and Adjourns Without Decision Continued from Page 1 A -nplementing aggression on <-ge sca'e against Syria." \; omay said "it is discouraging hen a small nation appeals tu t: Security Council, to find a repn entative of a great power. per: tanenl member of this Council. .. :ing more as counsel for one rather than as judge. We repud.."e absolutely the Soviet Union'] ontention that we were retpoi ole for the incident on Nov. 13 ci that we are responsible for tin general situation in the area." R< erring to the fact that Mr. Fearrenko had charged Israel with \iet bondage. These organizations circumvent the issue and miss the main point when they simply demand cultural freedom which would permit the use of the Yiddish language. It is remarkable that not one Negro clergyman joined these marchers, and even other religious groups stayed away from this cause; although rabbis and Jewish intellectuals marched in their cause in St. Augustine and died in following a •strategic doctrine" of Mississippi for Negro liberties. conflict. Mr. Comay said: "What !" is a ."?•''"" "*ich "worthwhile studying tor those who are .appened was not a result of any illvo i vcd up t0 tneir nccks in clvil I mythical strategic doctrine on our I rights and who are forgetting part. We want peace and until; their more urgent duty to their we want the 7T OTA RI ON HEARING AIDS tma tl A" Mataa WHILE YOU WAIT at*r'.i mmd M.ltf. Imperial Hearing Aid Ci. 84 N.E. 2nd Ave. 377-1022 TERMS TRADES U'-^THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED mi os FOR ITS THRIFT SHOP All Yoar Furniture. CletMaf, Imcns, Dishes, Drapes, ffe. PLEASE CALL US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP \ 7300 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 \ a> — a *V peace is achieved, right to live." Ambassador Stevenson told the Council that it must concentrate now upon pacification rather than blame. "We in the Council," said Mr. Stevenson, "cannot dictate peace. Wa can only recommend, urge, plead. Wa urge both sides hereafter to submit complaints to the UNTSO rather than to start shooting." The Council, he said, should endorse Gen. Hull's proposals for an independent resurvey of positions of the disputed Israel-Syrian border "because upon the success of limited surveys depends more general tranquiiity." Mr. Comay pointed out that in the report to the Security Council dealing with the latest clash. Lt. Odd Bull, chief of staff of the United Nations Truce Supervision Or| ganization had mentioned specifi! tally "Syria's refusal to resolve (its conflict with Israel." The chief i Israeli delegate recalled that in the Security Council in August 1963. it was only the Soviet exercise of its veto that prevented the Security Council from adopting a \ resolution condemning Syria for \ the murder of two Israeli farmers | at Almagor. "I ask the Soviet Union," said Mr. Comay: "was that: also another example of Israeli j aggression? Only the Soviet veto on that occasion was the roadblock to a vote of censure against Syria. We deplore the fact." power of the three million Jews, which the rulers of the system are utilizing and exploiting for their purposes. Russian Jewry has been looking to its brethren for help in the last five decades, as has been European Jewry during tha Nazi holocaust, when they expected action from world Jewry and from the responsible political and spiritual leaders of the world. Tha victims of the Nazi holocaust were let down, and we all know the results. Did we learn anything from these fatal mistakes which were made? Are we going to be our brothers' keepers, to save our people who are yearning for release from tyranny? Or are we going to be ignorant, irresponsible and traitorous to their cause and have another three million Jewish lives stand up for the rights of Negroes. I '•> the hands of the Communists, Although this is an important hu; doomed to perish, on our consciman issue, it does not merit Jew-!"". as we already have the six ish failure to understand their own j million who were exterminated by people's problems. i the Nazis. Harrison Salisbury, chief editor' The order of the day, and the ol the New York Times, and an paramount duty of any man morexpert on Russian matters, in his ally motivated, is to shape Russian kinfolk today in a much worse position than are the Negroes, even in Mississippi. This also goes for the Jewish oranizations that have preferred to ^IxQ, BANK FOR YOU... W know you ore used to your old bonk — but Jofftrto* Notional has been on the iceno now (or nine months ond hat been grootod •nthutiattically by hundreds of your friends and neighbors bacauto Jefferson Nationol troatt thtm as friend* and neighbor-. Wi or?r tha lull services of a commercial bank. Try our Installment loan Department (or the lowest rat* en installment loans in Dad* County. If you are an early riser, oar drive-in windows open at 800 A.M. ond close at 4:00 P.M. Our regular banking hours are) from 9:30 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. 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[fricry. December 11. 1964 +• Jewish fhrUiat Page 3-B Zamora USY Presents Play United Synagogue Youth of Temple Zamora presented a Cbanuka I'hiy at the Temple on Sunday eve nmg. Participants were: Steven Kusniek. president: Naomi Smukler, recording secretary; i lara Zion, corresponding secretary; Steven Shuman, treasurer; Robert Kussner, program chairman; Edward Greenberg, fund raising chairman. Ben Louis Schachter, Mark Pollack. Lorettn Smiles. Tully Roisman. Also Stuarl Arnet, Joyce Katzman, Judy Lieberman Barry Ned elman, Lin< a Reff, Jason Sara, Marc Shapiro, Malca Fischman, I.I ii 1 | Greenberg, Richard Pollack, Bruce Hein. Eva Tibor. Robc!l Pepper Mark Tucker. Ross Sie\c Braun, Jeffrey Nedcl. man. Kenneth Stein. Rachelle Glantz, Richard Josepher, Larry lien. Arnold Greene, Adrienne Sie> gel, Kami A'eisinger, and i; Reynolds. Group ad'isor is Mrs, Abraham Kusniek, Sisterhood served reireshments. Hope School Cruises Hope Schcol is planning s< c-ruises in 1965 to raise turn the mentally retarded. In charge i reservations is Mrs, Sydney l.c t\ itt. busy with final arranqements for • rkoff meeting and installation niqht I : wed by all South Florida Technion t on Tuesday at the DiLido Hotel. Hosptai::v Committee members, all resident of 3 Island Ave., are (left to righP Mrs. Ethel Glusmem, Mrs. Rose Levine, Mrs. Fay Tupler, Mis. Helen Kleinman, Mrs. Nathan Adelman and Mrs. Sam Weiss. (See story. Page 10-A.) liami Hadassah December Meets r meetings and events the ihami Chapter of Hadasbeen set. 'iva Group will have a meet inday, to a.m.. at the Stanley Gilbert, 7635 I33T? St. Luncheon will be ved, : igram will bjp a presenn songs and dances by the Nursery School. Frank im, director of Young ill speak on Camp Judea ile of Hadassah in the ai Group meeting at Tyler's k Restaurant in back of Mod\j on Miami Gardens Dr. on day will include a presenm oi the "Wonderful World Fl i r-" by Southern Bell TelBreakfast will be serv9 15 to 10 a.m. 17 the chapter will give j party for children at North Miami General Hospital. Mrs Frank Haddad is chairman Of the project Chaim Weiimann Group \wll hold a games party on Sunday, 8 p.m.. at the Pioneer Huh. 251) NW North River Dr Proceeds "ill be given to the cyebank ol the Hadas sah Medical Center, project which continues to tight the disease trachoma to protect the eyesight of the children of Israel. On Monday. Weizmann Group will hold an B p.m. meeting at the Pioneer Club. A lecture will be presented on "Coins oi Many Nations." A tribute to the founder oi Hadassah. Henrietta S/old. will be pi esented. Tikvah Group was to meet Thursday evening, Dec to. at the South Miami Federal lor a Chanuka party. Polk dance pro-ram will be performed %  >> Mrs. Theodora Block. Menorah Group will highlight Hadassah Medical Supplies at a 10 a.m. brunch meeting on Monday .it Hillei House on the University oi Miami campus KOSHER MQRRISOrVSCHIFF "THE GOOD FRANKFURT" HERMAN PEARL BILL LADIMER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 531-6811 a. la, Swiss TURN SUNDAY BRUNCH INTO A FEAST! Just lay generous pieces of Switzerland Swiss Cheese on cut buttered bagels. Heat on baking pan in oven till cheese is melting. What a feast! Switzerland .lUII (I f K Anyone can make the holes but only the Swiss can make the flavor Look for "Switzerland" on the package of slices or chunk you buy. Then you are sure of getting the matchless quality and nutkke ta'am of genuine Swiss Cheese-produced in Switzerland and no where else! Grand opening tonight. Or any night. With anything. Meat, fish, dairy. If there's another vegetable dish as deliri ously nutritiously satisfying as Heinz (strictly) \*--h Vegetarian Beans—well, we'll eat it! \w/ Every label carries the > seal of approval of the UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA.



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Friday. December II, 1964 ft^UhnrrMii^r Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE TT TH! COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT '\L AND FOR O ADE COUNTY. FLORID* IN PROBATE No 64987C IN';', KAl'XHTWN '"NOTICE TO CREDITORS .,1 ,..,,:.. %  ml All Persons Hay;,.| ,,.,. .„ 11. i.i.iiuis Against Haul j :, i.> notified and re%  %  ".' > *IS %  •'"' "•. |, ,..., limy have against of I HARLES KRAI sN ,.r I Hide Coun! '(.'ii.rlii lu llw Counts Judge* of .,. .1 rile the name In .,,„! .-. provided in Section • Idii .MtlltM, in their ofI '• %  ll'> I '.Mir! Ileus.' Ill |,' ( ,l. •>. I 'lorida, within -is caltln .• % % %  the ii 'i tue i HIIOII hereof! or the name Miami. Florida, this l-lli ,eii II A.M. 1964. ;i:.\. I'.KACNSTEIN A!:• .-.itrix blk'i ii of nonoflee ..II HJ •• November, It". I. l) J. KAI.IMI •,. ; ..: for Bxi utrix %  ISIdli Miami, l-"l:i. 33131 f •--.-:. ii 80-87, IS I-II NOTICI BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE | ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. C4C 12692 1. W II IRRING I IX, .IK. ff, II tRRINGTl X, SUIT FOR DIVORCE 111 H a r i %  i mr t on %  %  %  ford. ( \ \\S -• E HARRINGTON, ii ... that a Bill ••! it for >h on e him I I jn and you are required to i lp) ul ..'•; .\,,-... I l ...... Bll ft' nipliilnl on Ihe I'liin atioi ne> B V R N K T T Suite %  -'. 120 Lincoln Ri d, %  u h, i'l Ida, and file the \ .-. A • I 'leading In i he : the Ii k "i the Circuit i or bcfoii ill.Slat da) .•• Uikeii i for ill. relief demanded In I of I -i .nil Beach, Iki Ida .. Lturiiey tor Plaintiff 1 1 20-27. 12 4-1 1 rMiM BY HENRY LEONARD "I gave the same Sermon changed the jokes." Co"r 1*64, Do> LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNT/. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 13257 VIYRX \ GOODMAN, I'laintirr, \.-. FREDRIC JAV Ci il>.MA\. I lerendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: FREDRIC JAY 111 "D.MAN, ,. Manger Hotel I'levelaud, Uhlo You. FREDRIC JAY QIKIDMAN, are hereby notified thai a Kill of Complaint for Divorce lias been filed ngaintd you, anil you ure required i" serve u cop) of your Answer or Pleading i" ill.Kill of Complaint on lhe Plaintiff* Utorney, TALIANoFF, WALLER & LITMAN, 426 Lincoln Road, .Miami Bench 39, Florida ami iil. the original Answer or Pleading in the office ..i the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 5th day "i January, 1963. If you fall to d<> so, ju.itm.nl by default' will be taken .mainst you for the relief demanded In the Kill ..I Complaint, l>ATKI> at Miami. Florida. Ibis 2nd ila\ i i> imber, A.I. 1961. i: K I.EATIIEKMAN. Clerk, 'ir.'iiii Court, Dade County, Florida is.ai. By: i.. KNEEDEN Deputy Clerk Talliinoff, Waller A.Lit man I2il Uncoln Road .Miami Beach, Florida Atl IJ for I'lain tiff 12 l-ll-IS-23 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jenist> fkridfiar %  ollcits your legal notice*. We> appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial Fit 3-46*5 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Hoiiii.li rsicn -.1 desiring to engage In business under "he fictitious name ot \MERICAN INSURANCE PRBMTIM FINANCE PLAN al P.O. Box II'.. Miami. Pla. 1131*1 Intends l" register sai.i name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of l M-iCounty, Florida KI.AKEK INSKKANCE AGENCY, INC., a I'M I'AI'l. KVVITNEV of Sih ersl -i'' K rt %  to > .^ i< An v for Applicant I2U Uncoln Road LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 65081-A I l.\ RE Extale •'' JAMES I MARKS, i NOTICE TO CREDITORS i \;i i %  iiitoi and All i %  i sons I \\ : ,\ [nu claims ... I %  ni inds Again*! s. id Ei-lat. Von ill notified and reqtlir,.,l to presel I .n • luinu and demanilM v hi, h \.. i null hav • %  ngulnst the estate of JAMES I MARKS' d< eased late of Bade Count? f r '" tin County Judges ..t Bade Cuunty, ami file ill" same In dupllcute and nt provided In Section 733 IS, Florida Statutes, in their offices In the ouni\ Courthouse In Bade County, £ torIda, within si\ calendar months from Hi.time of the flrsi publication hereof, or th same will be barred. Dated lit Miami. Florida, this Hull day of November, A.D. KH. lilt.I'A MORA MARKS As Executrix l-'irst pobllcarlon ..f this notice on ihe 27th da? of Xov. 1964 A. JAY CIUSTOI, Attorne> for KM .ii!ri\ :'i N'ortheasl lal Ave, Miami, Florida II 27, l-l. 11. 1^ |2 4-U-l-2J NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I ICE is II KREIIY i IIVEN thai nnderslgnei d< Irlng to engage • mess I'II. I. the fictitious name "Kl'KA TRABISll COMPANY al A rd St reel Miami, 1lorida, ..ni n.une w uh the i the 'Ii cull i "ourl .'' i 'ail, I %  HERBERT BBATE BIDNi:\ \\ EINSTEIN S tiers It .< EERi iNSl IN > for Applicants' ul. Build II :'T. 12 I. 11. IS -E CIRCLiT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 0= FLORIDA N AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 6-iC 12724 '.'. I M.l AM.-' i l:<:11 M* BANK ri., ntili WEATII ERSTi iNE, .pa i nt in ij; iliau, etc • i al, |.. •, nd mts NOTICE OF SUIT n \\ .-.. %  • i tone as p %  i i: ii u ii lian .'f l.iii.i.. n W >tone, Bale Tl v...ii]',. '.. .iii'i Sanda An\\ entb.-r..,..-. Mil "i -. 106 Ural • Vvemie In ii .1 I luan H re hi Ifli 'I that tht i. apl !"ii".i a. %  Ion li..been In.1 again in the Cli cull f the Eli ii nth Judicial Cli I-1..I i.la ii and for I >ade Coun%  '•!..-. mm igage upon the :• i: dew ni" I enl property: i in... k 'CTI.ER KI1M1E i' ni >N ii II II cording to the thereof, recorded In I'lul i: "k tin al Pa :• %  68 of Hi.Public .Is nf Dude Countv, Florida, Ihl r With V., Ibill K III liven K.I nge %  -•< and \ eitetian ll.is You are req .-,! i.. file a respon• pleading to i.lainiii'i's complaint lib lhe Clerk .a the aforesaid Court, I.I serve a cop> thereof UIMHI plalnattorne? MARTIN PINE, Da.de •r.d Hulldinu. Miami. Florida S1SI. later than December L'ist. 1<4, a Decree Pro > on return will be en• .1 iiKainst you I'ATBD: November 17, l64. E. U. LBATHRRMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court By: ^. M. l.VMA.N D|mti Cl.rk VttTIN KINK ide Federal Building ".i'ui, TWlda Iti I II 20-27. 12/4-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 1C7u4 I .1.1. \K SAV'IXi :S BANK OF THE v I IF NEW \oHK, piaintirr, V'ERNi >S ESCI1. el ux. el al, Defel NOTIdl OF SUIT TO J I%  .'on Si. J ep K. Ed %  St I. "'ii-. Ill Pliyll I. K Rut Itl Route V" W ... || ,.'.!.. II 1 vnillani li Joni kUZ North 12th Strei Mount V'ernon, 111. you %  herjpby notified tliat the ihuvi apl i-m.'il action has bi en Insi.int.-.l .igulnst jou In the fin til Court of theKiev, nth Judicial I ,.i i |oi I.I.I in .ni I for I'a.l. Count? to %  icuge upon the following di scribed real properl? : l..,i 3 BIIK : FTttNEYBIH "'K ESTATES, .' %  irdlng to Hi.Plat i i. .1 in Plat Book 6' ,,i Page in "i Ibe Publii II rds of Dade County. Florida, together with \ tlan lilluds. \ u .,• -i .: ,i to file .1 Hive pli adlng i %  Ida ntlff's i omplalnt wnli the Clerk >'i the afor said Com l, r vi .... then "i in "ii plalntin attorne? MARTIN PINE. 1 ,i. i.,i II || lln t, Miami. Florida 33131, nol lull i than l>. cember ^^. 1964, or a [ro CoitteMO will be %  1 ... DATED NoM ml', r 24, 1961. II r. NEATHERMAN, Clei k "i ih< l u' 1 '"'' ,.,.;,U B? C, P COpELAND I ivput? Clei l; M VRT1N n.M. Dude K.'.l.ial Building Miami, Florida, 33131 11 !.. 12 1-11-18 M VI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY lilVKN that undersigned, desiring to engage In liens ui.,1. r 'I'... i'l,,, It li.t.u i, ii,,.. i J '"..ii t,i I ..toe i i. 'nil'. l-lol'l li & S I4KSI ACKANTS INC. A Florida Corp, MJ Emma ii. :i, a, i, president %  •li. CHONIN %  for II ,v .Restaurants Inc. .1 \M-T., IS i-ii IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6S062-A IN RE: Estate ol SAMl'EI. Ilil.I.V'K NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.. All Creditors and All ivrsmiHaving Claims or Demands Against BaM "Vmi are hereby notitied and reuuired to pres.nl any claims and demands which you may haw against the estate of SAMl'EI. l'Ol.-vCK deceased late of lh.de County. Florida, to the County Judges of %  ••e Countv, and ni.the Miirte in duplicate and as provided In section i<, Florida Statute*, in their ottloes in the Count} Courthouse In Dade county. Florida, within si\ calemhir inonths from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated al Miami. Florida, this nili da, ol N mhcr. A.D. IJ**. 1*111 1.41" I'l II.I.A' 'K 1K\ IN''. I'OI.I.ACK LOUIS I'ul.LACK v.. '••>,., itors Kirs'. %  ; "ii ol ihiin. 'lice on the %  Hi — So\embei, MM. \ IRON M K SNER \ • %  ne] %  ll/W-87. I-/*-" LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL C RCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CM'Nrrrv No. 64C 12719 R| i\\ v !•! %  HovVAKli ti II KM AN. I'L.inliil. \ ui.or.iA JOAN %  ; i.n K MAN, • ii hint. NOTICE BY PUBL CATION Til lilAIRlA JOAN tH.ICKMAN ,. li..IH ii' > III Sterrel Avenue i 'o\ ina, Ki ni ucky Yon ale fiefeb? notified thai a Com[ilalni for Divorce has been Hied against yon, and you are hereb? required to s. rve a copy of your Answer i" the Complaint on tne Plaintiff's uttorney. I.I'.STEK RoOERS, Whose nddress lr '.'L'l NAY. I4ih Str,.l. Miami, Florida, and filthe original of your Answer with the office of the Cl.rk .it file Kl.v.iith Judlolal ClrOUll in ami for Dade County, Florida, on .,1 before the '.'Isi day ol Docember. l'...;i. lu default of which the Complain! will be taken as confessed bj li K I.EAI'M'I'M V Clerk of the Circuit Court By: K. M 1.1 ->IA.\ Deputy Clerk 11 26-27. 12 1-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \II,|.-I: is HEREBY OrVEN that the undersigned, desiring i" engage In busili. -undi i the fictitious name ot A.ri |(( i i '• itl 210 IXsth Street, Miami ll<." I. Pla., Intends to rei s:ii.| mini, with the Clerk of tl • Circuit Com i • %  l lade i'..iiiii> 1l"i Ida. i: rilEI, UltEENHEI.D Sole i IW mr %  10-27, 12 4-1 1 IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 13232 MICHAEL KANIS. Plaintiff \ ,|i lYi'i: X K VNIS, I ..-lell.lain ORDER TO APPEAR Yol', JOYCE N KANIB, Is2 Alden Drive, \v Ibrl Ige, \ ii-ginia, aii .iiiii'e.i lo serv. .. •"!" ••< your %  to the Complaini for divorce on Plaintiffs attorney, t'luiidi M. liunies Caliim.l Bldg., Miami. 32, Pla., and iil %  the original In il Wee of the Clerk of Ih. II. mi Com t. mi or before the llth da? of .laiiuar?. I ., I >,,r... Pro C -.. >wii ... %  in. i. .1 iiarulnsi ji.ll I luted I '• cember 2, l4, i: |l !.i: VTIIKHM \N i i, i\ cin nil Com i (neai I !'• %  I' Ctll'El.ANB I.. put? '!< rk U' 4-U-1K-2S NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 12765 tlKi .i:<;i: i: .\i HIDE, 1 'l.i i ni ill. \ s. DEONi: NuKl.i:. I ..-leiidaiu. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: LEONE N< >KI.E 18 Coderlngion Street Barrle. Ontario. Canada Tou. LEONE NOBLE, ore hereby notified that S Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on lhe Plaintiff's attorney, HERBERT K. \YI1.ENSKY, 317 Hl's.iiMie Building. 13 West Plagler Street. Miami 32. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the ofriee of the' Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the fiat day of December. 10641. If vou full to do so. judgment bj default will be taken against vou lor the relief demanded In the Kill of Complaint. This notice shall lie published once each week lor four coneecutive weeks in THE JEWISH KI.OKIHIAN DONE VND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this ISth day ol November, A.D. 1964, B. K l.l'ATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, I hide Count), Florida (seal) B? \K,run, i Ite Moi ford I i.|. 'i \ Clerk HERBERT II W II.ENSKY 317 ills, lyni Bull Ing Flu I3."i II -" 27, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of KIHS CADILLACS al 3130 S'.W Mli Streel Miami, Floi lilu intend !, i --u i-i, r xiiIII name with the Clerk of the %  Court of Dade County, Florida. 1.1.1 SOCTII MIAMI l.l ill I'EI'. INC. Bj AIII. cl \ Wi is-. Presldi nl John N Cuuiming. Sccrelar? %  'I IRISTIE .v I.EVENSTKIN All..i tie? for Lloyd ol .ulli Miami Limited, li • 12 I-11-1N-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that the iiu.lei.-i-' %  l • %  ing lo ei business under ii,. rictillotis nan • K. I.. .-niiK .. COMPANY at Hilt Floor, 101 East I lagl. I Slrei l, Mian |, ii.ridn Int. n.K n il name u It li ihClerk of the I Court ,,t 11:,,I. 'mini %  Florida |{ I,. COOK DAVID I'. CA I .-MAN. KStJ All '? I'ol It. I. '"".II ^7. 12 I 1 NOTICK UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in i business under the fictitious name of I'AN AVION STAMP COMPANY nl P.O. Box ST':. .Miami K.ai 11. Kin. 33136 intends lo register said name with the Clerk '.r the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY KKIi'HENTHAI. s..i. owner K' I-11-1S-23 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 60093-A RE: ESTATE OF RI IX 'I.I'll li :i .1 >SfH I 11 used. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is neieby given thai we have filed our final .report and petition l..r Final Discharge aExecutors of the estate of Kl IMII. I'll FELD KCHl'H dei seil: .111,1 thai on Ihe "•Hi ii.n ,.i January, 166." will a.ppl) i" the Honorable ft", I BLANTl IN County Judge of Bade County, Kimuppi oval ..I ii,l final repi rt am' fin final discartte as Exei'Utors ,.f Hi, Estate ..: i:t I •• H.l'll FELDS' Hill, ileci used. This -Till da? ..f November, ll'.n. .-AMI-l-'.l. •• ELDSCHPH HENRY NORTON j HENRY NURTllN A i l.-t lie? I"iKxel lit.. i \-: 1-11-18-2; IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOft DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 65058 A IN RE: Esi.it" of Ji HIN P VToN Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All I'.i • Having Claims oi I', in.m.IAgainst Said Estate: You are hereby notllied and required i.. present nni .'aims and de. mamls which ?ou may have against I the estate "I JOHN PATON deceased late of Dade County, Florida, io tinCounty Judge* ..I Dude County, and file the same in duplicate ami as provided in Section 138.16, Florida Statutes, in their ollices in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six inlendar months from Hi,time of the 1,1.-1 publication hereof, or the same will be barred Haled at Miami, Florida, th 16th ,l.i. ,.i November, A.D. M6I SAM-. iRD S. FAl'NCE As Executor FACNCE, PINK ,v boRAIAN 1502 Congi • Miami Hoi Attorneys fur the Executor i-27, 12 4-U IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65063-B IN I: I: Estati ol \.\\ \ SCHWARTZMAN a k a ANN \ H SCHWARTZMAN, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors nnd All Persons Havi % %  mantis Age Insl Sa Id I --'ai, You nre hen by no! ITIed and required lo pi" ni an? claims and denuiiids wliU'lt you ma? have againsl Hi, .-ia i ANNA SCHWARTZMAN .' I a \NNA H sillW ARTZXIAN 'i. .'...-.•.I i.i!.of 1 'a,l. Count? Florida, lo the Count? Judges of Dadi i 'ount?. and i %  tme in dupilcati ami i'i"\ i.i. ,i in s. ctlon J33,16. Florida Statutes, in thenofrices III the Count? Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar iths rrom the li'i e of the first publii al ion oi i he -am. \\ ill be bai l ed Bated al Miami. Florida, lln::"ili ,ln\ of Nol • ni'ier, A.D. 1964. DAVID 11 KIN As Executor First publication of this notice on the 4i!i da? of December, 1964. IRYI.M; CYPEN LAW m KICKS Attorne) !'"iExecutor P.O. Box 2099, Miami Beach, Pla. 12 '4-11-1"--" NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN I the iiii.i' i tlesli Inn to en* in business undei the I ctltious nu %  • ..i KEI I'M s HA l: ni ..7:." ft*. Fli Street, Miami, Intends to register said mi ii" wltl l lie i '1' i h of i he i i cult Court of Bade Co i'AII. A KONITZEIl Sole i >w i" i R( IBERT LEW Isi IN Attorn, v foi Applic ml -."7 I lagl. i Pi • ral Bldg II 20. 27. 12 1 L NOVICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN I the ui'.l. rsign, I. desiring i" engage In I business imil.; tin Belli ml* name of KN1TKD AMERICAN UNDERWRITERS ai 1463 Drcxel Avenue, Miami Ri Hch, l !"i' I Inn nds to regl ... ,i a.,in, with I lie i 'lei k of the Circuit Court "i I "nili County, hlorlda NATIONALTEI EPIIONE ALARM CO.. IN.' I'l..1 i.ia Corp. il 27 12 4 n -: -4 of UTS M I • %  il I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 58277-A IN RE: Estate of BESSIE KIJvIN NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOB DISCHARGE AND FINAL DISCHARGE JJOTIQE is hereby given that 1 hav. filed my Final Report and Petition lor Distribution and Final Discharge .Is K\.i'Utor of the estate ,.l Bessie Elkln, deceased: and that on thLL'll.i day Of IV.-ember. 1C4. will apply to the Honorable Count) Judges of Had. County, Florida, for approval of said Final Report and for distribution ami final discharge as E\utor of lhe estate nf the above-named decedeul This 23rd day of November, 1964 HARRY Zl'KERNICK 1 ;xecutor HARRY Zl'Kl'.RMCK \ irne? 120 I.n. Ida 11,27, 12/4-11 • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE l~ HEREBY GIVEN Hi. undersign. I, desli Ing to el business I 11.. fli : itiuu* nuni CABANA CLl't! GARDEN Al Ci >RP l.".o S.ft' IS'th .inn :.:. F Inf. IHI* to n glster %  i. ,1.. n uh the %  'lerfc of Hi.Clr i ,,i I ludi i %  unt?. Florldu. DAVID M ll-IN .%  • A I I -.'7. 12 4 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS Whereas, LEON KAI'I.AN. MIAMI. II,.>RII>A; MARIE I'. KAZMA1ER. MIAMI. FLORIDA; ERNESTINE C. EBERT, MIAMI. FLORIDA; did on the 19th da) of April, A.D. 1930, cause t., l.e Incorporated under the laws of the State of Florida STAR TRADING CO.. INC.. a '.irpoiation. with its principal place of business at MIAMI. DADE I'OCNTY. in (he State of Florida, and whert-.isuch corporation authority reuulre.1 under Se.tloii ntff.27, Florida s ILshow mg ih. dissolution ol such corporation ..o.\, ,n.ie...... th.Secretary ..r state does hereb? certify t<> the f..r-goln gaud thai hi isatisfied thai ih requirements of the law have been compiled w uh. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have h.i em l" %  in li in. I and ha v affixed th lire S. .,l ..i the State of Kl-ri'l... ai I'i'.lla'las.-.', the i 'apl al TW ENTY THIRD • i \. '\ i Mill It, V.li. %  %  dn Tl >M ADA Ms IJ ;l 64



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FridayDecember 11. 1964 +.knlstnrr*fcui Page) £-3 Beach Hadassah Will Mark Szold Birthday at Founders Day Meetings W*; ir: : Left to right are Rabbi Leon Kronish. honorary chairman; Sam [Feinstein, president, Israel Hiitadrut Committee oi Greater FMiami; Mrs. Sam Feinstein; and Moshe Bexman. executive director of Israel Histadrut campaiqn here. : einsteins Present $20,000 for Building )f Medical Clinic in Rishon Lezion tadrul and Kupat Holim accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Feinstein during their visits of Kupat Holim institutions. The Feinsteins announced that they are contributing $20,000 toward the construction of a clinic in Rishon Lczion. Mr. and Mrs. Feinstein also attended the national annual conference of Histadrut in the Commodore Hotel in New York on Nov. 2t>. where he was elected a member of the national Board of Directors and a member of its Finance Committee. December meetings are planned by Miami Beach Hadassah groups: Brandeis Group will celebrate "Founders Day," Henrietta Szold's birthday, at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Monday noon at a special luncheon. Napoleon Reed, singer and entertainer, is on the program. Mes.lames Rose Ruban and Mildred Sandman are chairmen of the day Mrs. Birdie Curtis is president. Israeli Group meets Monday at noon at the Algiers Hotel. Re freshmenta will be served. Newest movie on Henrietta Szold. founder I of Hadassah. will be shown. Mrs. Samuel Appel is president. I. R. Goodman Group will meet on Wednesday evening at Chase Federal on 41st St. and Sheridan Ave.. with a Chanuka party celebrating Henrietta Szold s birthday. Youth Aliyah will be highlighted and Pat Somerfield will exhibit 'Dolls for Democracy." Miss Vivi Shcllist and her USY troupe will present Israeli dances. I.atkes will be served. Mrs Max Affichiner is president. Herzl Group will meet on Monday noon at the Americana Hotel. "Founder's Day" luncheon celebrating Henrietta Szold's birthday will be highlight of the affair. Singer Joyce Farber, and Bill Bonardi, ventriloquist, will entertain Mrs. Carl Susskind is chairman of the day. Mrs. Milton Wcinberg is president. Emma Lazarus Group plans a regular meeting at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association. Normandy Isle. Mrs, Norman Meyers will be hostess ol the day in honor ol her son's recent engagement. A "kugel festival" and Hadassah lilm. •The Essence of it All," will be highlighted. Mrs Marcia Wollstein is president. Shaloma Group will meet at the DiLido Hotel on Monday noon lor a regular meeting. Chanuka festival with candlelighting ceremony for life members will be higblijj. t of the day. Mrs. Henry B. Wnick, chapter vice president, \ 'I speak. Mrs. Irwin Shapiro is pi • %  ident. Southgate Group will meet M day in the Terrace Room at 7' I p.m. Mrs. l.eon Schwartz 'ill soloist in addition to a guest spe er. Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg is pi • ident. Hanna Senesch Group will C — brate "Founders Day. Henrie Szold's birthday, at the Algiers I tel on Monday noon at a spec luncheon. Olga Pavlova, sinj ol international songs, accom %  mod by Sam Spielman, and cordionist George Boliton will tertain. Mrs. Sylvia Kurland chairman ol the day. Mrs S I'eldman is acting president. Minyonaires Hold Party A program featuring local ent. followed by a full course ( ncr. was the f e a t u r e of u Cl nuka party held by mem be of the Minyonaires Synagog 3737 Bird Rd., Sunday. Dec. 6. it 5:30 p.m. President is Max Vf. Temchin. Sam Feinstein, president of the lirsel lli>tadrut Committee of Greater Miami, recently visited brad with Mrs. Feinstein, where Incy look part as delegates from Creator Miami in the 40th anni \ersa:> of the Histadrut campaign. Mr and Mrs. Feinstein spent a |r.in;h in Israel, during which they •sited H i st a d r u t institutions, Irmetvj them the areas where mediI clinics are most urgently needle.I for new immigrants. A special representative of HisMrs. Fink Speaks Friday efore Technion Mrs. Dorothy Kneger Fink, vice i lent, Miami Beach Chapter of Die Women's Division of American Technion Society, will speak at a ipcmbersbip dessert luncheon of nm|> Friday. 12:30 p.m.. at • < DiLido Hotel. A special musical program will adllned by Hattie Wagner. \ according to Mrs. Milton f president. Pot Roast? QUICK! ...PRONTO! ...SHNELL! Nothing goes with a good meal like Tetley Tea! Because Tetley is bright and Wnoing as the finest, tastiest tea % hi.uld bc-a favorite in Jewish homes since 1837. BULK, BAGS AND INSTANT v the package means Kosher. Certified h -r and Parve by Rabbi Jacob Cohen Chef Boy-Ar-Dee feels that three languages are better than one for saying that his new pizza crust mix is very fast and easy to fix. CHEF B0Y-AR-DEE # Cheese Pizza Complete in this one package — now easier and quicker to prepare than ever I Just add w .in r to the new faster-to-fix mix for a tender, crunchy crust everytime. 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F age 10-B ^Jm'lsti fhrtdHnr By EDYTHE SCHINDLER 1964 The little oirl finished her piece ;i'id slump ed on the pinc 51 Mil She turned i to her piano t e a c h e r I > Beethoven si 111 When told that he was i • she said. Too bad. He d like he way I plaj his piece 'After all my years of teach_ piano.'' said Evelyn Stein. I ve never molten over the thrill %  I teaching a child who is open • I i Kperience." Evelyn Sti in, her husband. Hernan. who is southern director for lu Food Fair chain, and her two hildren have been living in Sky .take lor two years now Although Steins have lived in many ities in the north and arc ac ustomed to adjusting to new and aried situatii ns Evelyn finds he cultural holders "t Miami onfii Inner Resources M > Stein, w ho made her deul at thirteen at Steinwaj Hall New York, graduated from the uilliard School of Music and has oneertized throughout the Mates James Miami's lethargj on the .eather In the north, where the limate limits outdoor activity lenl nner re %  in %  ip them lere on< can alv a) s go tishii .. \ %  she said, "mj mother ad to h tice too, he was a martini t. The piano It BI Ihei dutj 1 had to i Bui once planted on the o stool I became absorbed I BV Older. I accepted • as my own responsibility And so it tbllov s that this lano teacher recommends coercig a child to practice, but oolj he ihaving no problems in be avior in other areas And don't all your friendly piano teacher I Johnny balks at practicing Pianist Teaches Students Beauty of Sound the impetus bf'towar.l developing a love ol music. Everyone can't perform. But everyone can ue part ol a knowledgeable audien< •• I t pen up the world of music lor roj students by giving ihem reams of music to play The) do not have to ported one piece practice it over and over before they can go on to another Evelyn Stem also is against the yearly concert routine for students. Instead, she hoias group meetings every six weeks for different age groups where the students come prepared to play what they ve learned Parents are not invited, nor Grandma either. I teach them to criticize each other constructively, to become aware ol sounds Ttu> hear mu Sic they're not playing them selves and develop the ability to Friday, D ecember 11. Apparel Shops In Contest Prizes art! Counties have comhinli hear We discuss periods of station WFUN to offer w,th music and style, the difference new in contest pr i Z( .. 0rne,hln ? between Chopin and Bach, the winner of ^ conte-t. ,o be heVd Sf* will get a free party in her hom, up to 50 wests. Refresh !" -I. be provided. Jfi?!g+ \mer.cans. a nationally kn," rock and roll ,,, )llp „•(, %  %  entertainment. Blanks are avadable at all Youne Sophisticates shop.. ml nn JJ correlation with other arts of the time." Gifted Pianist Evelyn Stein participated prominently in the music festivals of the Clifton Center in Now Jersey for the past five years. She presented MacDowell Con-:.--certo lor i's first hearing in Patcn *se is required The ( erson, where a critic wrote that '"1*0 sponsored by Modern Jn she revealed the combination of '<>*. which will award a bea h pianistic power, technical skill Party swimsuit to each 0| .Jf and tcnal beauty that makes a 25 runners-up. gifted pianist. Now she iteaching twenty students in the Miami area. ObVJOUSly, these are twenty people who will never gaze at their sagging paunches and sa) with the rest of us. "I studied piano lor years, and l can't read a note tVHYN STUN ownre of sounds %  Would you call your dentist if he won i brush his teeth regularI) askMrs Stein "This is strictly a parental responsibility Rehabil:!ate Thinking Evelyn Stein learned piano Florida Men's Clubs Map Confab Here Austin Burke Named Austin Burke has been named > ice president of Linden. Ltd., ol California, a men's clothing firm. Burke, Miami Beach and Ft. Lauderdale clothier, estimates that he Florida Region of the National W JH have to spend about 10 days Federation ol Jewish Men's Clubs a year in California He will be it charge ol customer relations on a national l< vel. and will also be associated ivith the firm's retail .... division in San Diego, where he in,, conference, scheduled for Ull! gupervjie fh( m>lkm llf ,,.,,.. id hold a conference on Sunday inning with registration at 9 .. m. Dean the Carillon Hotel, will include vision ^raVoadTanes 8 Dixon, the eminent American workshops n "Projects and Pro conductoi ttended seminars at gramming for Men's Clubs" an< HERMAN'S FRONTIER RESTAURANT & BUTCHER SHOP The Only Restaurant of its Kind. BEST IN FOOD A Most Unique Western Atmosphere 2982 Coral Way Tel. 443-8677 Waldman Hotel Opened on Beach Sam Waldman, president ot the Waldman'Family Hotels, an -auuii. na appointed me lonou uounced that the new ly-rcfurbishMy approach to teaching is ing on a committee to arrange the '"^ Waldman Hotel has reopened I I h* l "lll liv Irvinil t.. nihol.il .,< unl \uilnri i, ,11 firwl nn>, ak.>u Columbia and taught at the Lit tie Red School House in Ne\ York. She has many fresh, and stimulating theories on tetghim Johnny not only to play ^usic but to listen to music "Men's Clubs—Key to Youth \ ti\ ities Louis Seitlin, president of the Florida Region, as well as of the Men's Club at Beth David Congregation, has appointed the follow that I begin by trying to rehaoilevent Mate the parent's thinking.'' she said. •Parent; are motivated l>> the hope thai the child will become a pianist. I would rather '/ mm—mmmmmumm The FAMOUS CHEF HAS OPENED HIS CATERING BUSINESS! knows Peppy for hit wonderful delectab: %  dishes he formerly Chef at both COOKIES AND Restaurant on Miracle Mile. is tasteful foods for the past PEPPY' hus taken a giant step He's ON HIS OWN, DIRECTING HIS OWN LUSINESS and preparing his n-.trny wonderful dishes for the people of Miami. A HINT OF THE SAVORY SELECTIONS You'll fnjoy From Poppy's In Your Own Homo o OM'SiO SHOUT || OF Bill 11 rtPPy (11 %  pif BMMJ O ![ Hill MOILED SPtlNC CNICKEN IN' •!• %  O MlllfO HJllSUt STEAK WITH iglTI* SAUCE PEPPY'S PRICE SCHEDULE NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED DISPOSABLE SANITARY CONTAINERS ADULT SERVINGS I DAYS 4 DAYS 1 •• S 3 M S Ml 2 NflHM I.SO 10 SO J OfiM IJJ_| 14.7J 4 >*rum t4 7S !!• 5 Prrtcm 17.75 12.50 4 Ptrtwx M.^s 25 75 Visitors will find new changes in the structure which have been added since last year Over $125,000 has heen spent b) the owners tor a brand new kit chen and a large (Mningroom, plus tiie addition of several small dinn.grooms for conventions and so cial affairs. According to reservations now being received by Ted Landes man. vice president of the coinJacobson, Temple Beth Kl, oTwest ?***'' ""' "'" '"' the la^ge wta ..I— %  .__•. .. -eason ever enjoyed b> the Jerome Cavell, Julius Gordon, Abe Schorr, Joseph Schmier, Eugene Schwarzberg, Beth Torah Congregation; William Drucker, Israelite Center; Joseph Abelew, Harold J. Segal and Herbert Shapiro, Temple Emanu-EI; Benjamin Kroveti, Norman Shapiro, Ted Nelson and Ben Alter, Temple Menorah. Also Harold Rudoff and Morton Palm Beach. Abe Kaplan and David Field. Temple Zion; and Herman Beller and Samuel Hirsch man. Temple Sinai of Hollywood, Guests at the convention will include s. Davtd Rosenzweig, Philadelphia, president. National Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs; Herman C, Rothenberi;. Cedarhurst, N Y. national vice president. Sy Mann, president. Southeast Region; Mrs. Sylvia Reinhard, president. Women's League and Rabbi Allan Rutchik, regional director United Synagogue ol America hotel. dill COMING! Dec. 10 GOURMET BUFFET NOW tounoe Open nilely until S a.m. Entertainment b, JACK IEB0 King of the 88 432 ARTHUR GODFREY RD,MJJ RE&, S3-4-4-536 + I I I I I + COMPLETE LINE OF ITALIAN SANDWICHES PHILLY HOAGIE & STEAK SANDWICHES 113th STREET & N.W. 7th AVE. Phone 754-7241 i I local Delivery $ 1.00 par week live like a King with Peppy's delectable dishes at prices that make your home dining a greater pleasure. Make your wife a Queen, because Peppy's serves in disposable dishes. Everyone who enjoyed Poppy'* fine dinners please Phone NE 3-8881 j %  ... j THK KAttllMIII ROOM-ATOP THE TA1 \ DINNER SERVED 5 -o • COCKTAIL LOUNGE OPEN II tJn. to 1 0,m, ] Special 50c Cockt.,1 (f lunchon from 11 i m to 3 p m '. COCKTAIl HOUR FROM S to 7 P.M. DtlKIOUS H0RS D'0£t/VRfS J 33 SW 2nd AVI. Mr. Mod.e DwtFrene, Mgr. 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FridayDecember 11. 1964 ^Jmlstfkridian Page 13-A m iaiot43 S. ervices 6Teveth —5:11 p.m. 1 i : : i lii-it: in honor of non Roy'* birthday. Saturday v;:*, a in. Mlnvha %  p.m. — • HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetres dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S Groii. 1 PYlday 3:13 p.m. Saturday II a.m. and .'.:"."• p.m. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Consrvative. Rabbi David Shapiro. C a nt o r Yehudah Heilbraun. — • HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th St.. Homestead. Conservative. Cantor Pincus Aloof. • SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. ConsTvative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Svvirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen I H|M\ j:15 .i ml :13 p in Sal man %  Mi .. hi •> %  I Ra* Mil* i,l Mr and Mr* .:.-i-BestH Mel le*. — • JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave. Orthociox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern. • i i 11 %  %  "I IVhri I 'hlldretV TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN. Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. Friday 3:13 and 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "FreDeHllnatlon or la Our l.ifiConipJlril from Above?" Saturday 1 B:45 :i m. Sermon: "JealouayThe Root of All BvH?" Itar MltaValf: Nleven, non m Mi. all.I Ahll,ili,:il Dome. Alill, li.i ~> :l."> ii.m. '>'. I** %  -# ... TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Ba-.ungard. Cantor Charles Kodner. l-';-iil.i> <::tn pm. Ruhhl Raumsrard will review "Hoiienl <•. Clod," b> John A. T Itoblnaon. Saturda> MilSam i Mltxvnh: Rerald, son of Mr. and Mra, Max Knuel. linn Mlu la in; In, r ,,f Air. and Airs. Manuel l-'la.-liniau. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. — e TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morns SkoD. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Friday K p.m. Sermon: "Jewlah Teai'hinuiibonI Noii-JeWM." Ones Shabbal forum: "Should Jew* Tr) i" I'onverl N.Mi-.l, -'.'' Mr, and Mra. Albert liriixHmiin will hoal tin Kldduah In honor of hla i.• • thilaj Saturdaj i" '•" a.m. Sermon: "Vaj Israah." • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. | R.ibbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Steini-r. — e TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 41J4 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh. Cantor David Conviser. Fi lila> .-. i ni. II Snturda> i" ii l ol All'. non. — • TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22n A.,Conservative. Rabbi S. M. C a nor Abraham mi -.. 1 • TEMPLE FMANL'-EL 1731 Wasl""0tor Ave. Conservative. Raobi Irving Li,ri.-.in. c intor Zvi Adi r, i i ipil 11, %  mi (•"Inn. Sal a; i II On %  I'oitluii "i Ihe I. ni— • TEMPLE ISRAEL. I37 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Friday s:13 p.m. Service in hon i in. MI, .il profi ---Miin tin imunlty. Sermon: A Tribute ami a rhallenne to tinMedli al 1'i-of, -n.ii" I' n tivlIKIIIIIR ii ill i„ii 'I Ki n i Klaus, Klaim Needell and I'aul i. Furlong. n.' %  .. i %  ',< SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION VAYIGASH .lurlah approacrred Joseph and offered himself as a servant in Benjamin's stead, as he was responsible for the youngest -on to their father. Unable to contain himself any longer, Joseph revealed him?e:f to his dumb-struck brothers*, He bade them return to Canaan, gather together wfir tarrd lies and posses-ions, and return to Egypt for the durandft of life famine, it Becrsheba, Cod removed Jacob's doubts as to tin wisdom oi this course of action: "Fear not to go down into Egypt: for I will there make of thee a great nation." (Gen. 36.3). Jacob came to Egypt "with seventy souls." Joseph gave them the land of Coshen to seitle in. "here they flourished and multi plied. This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted and based upon "The Graphic H ; story of the Jewish Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang. i THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT US Jewish Writers Are Not Always Jewish By RABBI ELIEZER A. LEVI What ma!in r.r.H ^rlV .'^K Vsn VV'here are >ou going? Y. I am going to eat rtov I Vt. Where do >ou eat lunch ) (noon-megl) I V. I eat luntb in the restaurant M. Where do you eat dinner? (evening meal) Y. f eat dinner imetime< at home and sometimes in restaurant. M, Is there a good rc-taurant on this street? Y. Yes, and where are you going now? M. I am going lo cat. loo. &f Y. Very good. M. We are going together. rr*.-,K ten r.r.n rcK .nr*?Bisa B'syB^'r,'?? B'sytV si'n-a r,2\* r.sjsh w %  r> • i hw -,V*r! nr.K ^ .ja .'rrn'? -,'vn ':K =: .rn^ B*BVm "~:K ."3 --. h is pronounced ch as in Chanukah Y OL'R DICTIONARY FOR TODAY street in the street this tbere is we e are going (m) together sometimes 3OT1 airna mg *:n:N in' B*aB^ how are you? f^ftf "? everything is fine iin -nca ^3n order) where? (where to?) to eat lunch (noon-meal) C"inSTin-,n restaurant ".'-.-in the restaurant "7< :, r? supper (escning-mcal) "r" n "^' Hi* TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Comervative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Frldav 11:15 p.m. Saturday '• a.m. s.rni,, M: "The l',,iiii,n of the Law." Bar Mltcvah: Hanford, I Mr. and .Mi.-. Sidney Kirn;. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. RabDi Eugene Labovit*. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Prldas s:l.'i p m Sati rdas v -13 a.m. liar Mltivah: I'uvld, un ul Mr, und Mi-. HURII \\ Inti r — • —TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW lotri it., Miami. Rabbi Samuel April Cantor Nico Peldman. l-'ii,la\ %  |i in Sei mon "i "ournge i" rii.nit,your Mind Ita* MIMvuh: Ann,l.i-fkowliz. Siiturda) 8:45 a.m. — • TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale l-iiil.iy vl', p.m. SNKTV Sabbath Vouth (iroup ill ronduel the -,., M. .i.*hii II readliw prepared by i. • ii .... si ;i-'l'V fuinp in Clvvei;iod. 'i'-i id '" l'i • nted. — • TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative. l-'i-i,l:i> N.1", p.m. Oneg Shabbal aponi lij Mi HI. i Mrs. I'mii-l,.Kii'8i-h in Ii r of their iveridlna annlverxary. ftiiurday 9 a.m. Services conducted by Bernard l''iiiiu.in. • TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks Cantor Ben Oickson. i-'i iii,iy s:i", p.m. Sermon: "Superatlmi n Retlelon.'* Saturday vt.", a.m. Si-iiiiiin: "Battling for Righteousness." • TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Kiiiliiy v:i,i p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Block will boat the Oneg Shabbal In linn,,i,,f their wedding annlvei aary, Saturday :• a.m. Bar Mltivah: Mark. son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sokoiow. • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernlck. Frldav s.^o p.m. Sermon: "la My Father Aiiv,-— ii'nal B'rlth Olrla yll] host Oneg Shahbat. Saturday 9 a.m. Stimuli: "Tin Portion of the Week." YOUNG ISHAtL. 990 NE 171st St Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Friday ",:l", p.m. Saturday :• a.m. Sermon: "Approach t,, Divinity. .,ih critj^mes oi Ami'i-ican Jewish authors. All of these have been well-written and bj and large of a -cholarly n a tine. However, I have always been puzzled as to the choice _9f "Amer ican Jew i sh'' writers 'included in these sympoisiai Since World War II. the Aracri-RABBI EUZER IIVI can novel has had a remarkably i large number of top-notch contrib utors who happen to be Jewish. To a greater or lesser extent, they iay or may not have included a Jrwish character or a Jewish reference somewhere in their stories. It seems to me, however, thfff these men, who represent the very best of American novelists, do not write :.s Jews but as Americans. I have wondered whether this makes them American Jewish writers. In the field of non-fiction, the essay and belles-lettres, there are any number of American Jews writing on Jewish subjects—espei iallj tor Jews about Jews. How then are we to define an American Jewish writer—as an American who writefor publica linn and who also happens to b< ii [n this particular cast i, tinInso, we arc rich in American Jewish -'liters. On the other hand, I am inclined to. stmgest ih; ,i J.-w who is an American and who writes for publication successfully is not necessarily an American'Jewish writer. 1 would rather insist that in order to be so designated, one must be a Jew writing about the Jewish people or their concerns. It seems to me ridiculous to call a brilliant young philosopher, who has published in America, who happens to be of Jewish birth, and whose subject is Thomist philosophy, an American Jewish writer. By my definition, there are very tew' American Jewish novelists in the same spirit that Isaac B. Singei or Sholem Asch were Jewish authors. Milton Steinberg occasionally. Howard Fast or Bernard Melamud would qualify. In other words, my definition of an American Jewish writer would be someone writing for publication who is himself Jewish and who writes about Jews and abott^ Jewish concerns. Beth Raphael, Synagogue Landmark, To be Demolished for Hew Expressway ... 4 This fage is prepared in co' %  operation wxirx the Greater Miami RdMjfniCdl Association. Coore'inatur of features appearmo, here is DR. MAX LIPSCH1TZ jbiritud leader of Beth Torah r ation of \orih Miami Beach. i iiuiu :' ...: A religious institutional land-, mark here will be demolished in the near future to make way for a new expressway. Beth Raphael Congregation, 139 NW 3rd Ave.. has been notified by the Florida State Road Department to vacate its quarters on or about Jan. 1. Beth Raphael is Ihe first and oldest Jewish congregation in Miami. Over 40 years ago, it was organized as Beth David. When Beth David moved to its present site at 2625 SW 3rd Ave., the congregation became known asi the Downtown Synagogue. It subse-1 quently acquired its present namei in memory of the parents of Julius Sapero. honorary president of the | congregation. Mr. and Mrs. Sapero paid off i Beth Raphael's existing mortgage at a special mortgage-burning cer-1 emony some six years ago. "We're now looking for a new location, and we're prepared either to build or to convert existing quarters," according to Miami Attorney Benjamin Agronow, who serves Beth Raphael as recording -ecrctary. "Any location suitable to our needs would be acceptable," he declared, "and of course, if we're fortunate enough to have one donated to us, we would happily accept it." Members of the congregation currently have several locations in mind, either in Miami or Miami Beach. For some years now, Beth Raphael has boen functioning without a permanent spiritual leader, but daily morning and evening services, as well as Sabbath services, are regularly held. Agronow agreed that "it's sad that we have to see an old landmark such as this go." But, on the other hand, "we are hopeful that the move will generate new life into the synagogue that has quite frankly been losing members to j the outskirts of the community." He said that "we have our eye on youth. The younger people, we hope, will take over, and the enthusiasm we have noted for the first time is quite franklyhopeful to us. A new location will definitely mean a new lease on a brighter life for us." In addition to Sapero and Agronow, officers recently elected include Lawrence T. Berliner, first vice president; Samuel Segal, second vice president; Morris Schwartiman, treasurer; Ralph Krieger, financial secretary; and Joseph Schwartz, second recording secretary. Board of Directors includes Sam Hussein. 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-'H Friday, December II, 1964 +Jenlst> rhrldiin M. SAMSON WEISS DUE HERE leading Orthodox Spokesman to be Guest Speaker at Mesivta Fund Dinner •Dr. Samson R. Weiss, erfecfitivo WIT president of the Union of Orihodox Jewish Congregations of America, will be featured speaker ,X the lourth annual scholarship dinner of the Mesivta High School on Sunday. .">:30 p.m.. at the Fontainebleau Hotel. According to Rabbi Morris Horrivitz, principal of the Mesivta, the only Hebrew-English high school 'outh of Baltimore, more than 600 persons are expected to attend the banquet to assist in raising funds lor scholarships for Mesivta's stuoYnt body. The appointment o f Rabbi Weiss, noted as one of the leading spokesmen of Orthodox Ji*daism, was announced by Rabbi Horoviti and Beach Councilman Hyman Galbut, chairman for the dinner event. r. "i and educated in Europe, Dr. Weiss received his rabbinical diploma from the Yeshiva of Mir. He ser\ed a< dean of the Hebrew Department of the Jewish Teachers College in Wuersburg, Germany, prior to coming to America a! the end ,>f 1938. In 1944, he went to New York as rabbi of Congregation Orach Chaim and to organize Torah L'mesorah, a national organization dedicated to the establishment of Hebrew day schools In 1947, in addition to his directorship of the Young Israel Institute of Jewish Studies, he was appointed national director of Young Israel. He served in both capacities until his appointment with the Orthodox Union in 1956. Dr. Weiss is expected to speak on the need of Hebrew day schools in the United States today and the importance they serve to Judaism. Paga 7-A through 12th grade and has had 18 graduates from the school. It was organized for a 10th grade, progressed to llth the second year and then added a senior class during the third year of operation. Of the 18 graduates 14 have won scholarships to leading universities and colleges, and six have been National Merit Scholarship femi-finalists, the highest average for any high school in the country, according to National Merit official figures. Mesivta graduates are Robert Bellmaker, Yehuda A z u I a y Shlomo Caplan, Larry Ciment, Ivan Esterman, Joel Kornreich, Miles Kutfler, Howard Lauer, Melvin Lerner, Bernard Lipman, David Luchins, Ira Marcus, Steven Rantz, David Shapiro, George Sternstein, Sid Strajcher, Stuart Werner and Edward Zamel. Semi-finalist in the year's ^: -iduating class is William Leff. T.vo other senior students, Robert Galbut, son of the dinner chairman, and Irving .lacoby, have received certificates ^f merit in the National Merit system. The annual scholarship dinne: i* intended to raise funds for "^e Mesivta student body. Off. 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1 AIU ovnan s World '"Ofewislti Flor idiaoa Miami, Florida, Friday, December 11, 1964 Section 3 Mrs. Harman at Luncheon Here rge committee of leaders of the Greater Miami Women's American Friends of the Hebrew University, are ; to make the Dec. 17 "Woman of 'he Year" tribute to • z Krensky an outstandinq luncheon event. Amonq who have pledged their full support at a President's n qiven by Women's Division president, Mrs. Samuel ...I %  are Mrs. Harold Thurman, who is shown pourinq. qht are Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, Mrs. Rhea C. Glad. Irs. Herman C. Offenbach, Mrs. Joseph H. Epstein and -'u-sie Amdur. UN Delegates At Conference n Palm Beach Mrs, Zena Harman, chairman oi lh( Executive B •> a r . Samuel Simonhoff, presi(!• nt of the Greater Miami Worn ens Division, announced that Mrs. Harman recently received the "Woman ol the Year" Award from the American Friends of the Hebrew Universitj .it a luncheon in New York. The first Israeli to head an international agency of the United Nations, Mrs Harman was honored "for her efforts on behalf ol youth in Israel, in appreciation her leadership in the world ci munity of nations and for her • puusal of the humanitarian ide which are Ihe guiding principles of the Hebri University ol Je -usalem." From lfl.i! to 1955, Mrs Harm in was a member ol the permanent mission and of the Israeli deleaalion to the United Nations, An outstanding pro-ram is planned for the luncheon honoring Mrs. Krensky. Theme for the event is "Growth Through Edu :ation," a tribute to the Hebrew I %  • %  versity, Israel's largest institution of higher learning with a student body of over 10,000 and a faculty oi 1,200, MRS. ZtNA HARMAN Cardiac Group Schedules Two Functions Here Miami Chapter 2. National Chilli n's Caruiac Hospital monthly incheon and card party is planned Tuesday noon, in the charter o ir ol the hospital. All proceeds ." i Ihe hospital. Luncheon chair.,n is Mrs. Irene Danzig. Annual dinner dance of the chap PI .scheduled lor Sunday eve Dec 27, 7:30 p.m.. at the cana Hotel. rvatii ns may be made with Louis Wolfe and Mrs. Sam "it. Florida Division of the United Nations Association held its tenth annual meeting at Palm Beach Towers in Palm Beach. Delegates from .Miami in attend ance were Bayard Strell. president of the Miami Beach Chapter. Vice President Prol. and Mrs. Andre S. Bialolenki. Irvin R. Schindler, district coordinator, and Mrs. Schindler, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam l.eff, of the Coral Gables Chapter. Miss Agnes (Tabtree and lly Morris were also in attendance. Dr. Joseph SiSCO, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Internalional Organization Affairs, delivered an address on the U. S. stake in the United Nations. Dr. James T. Tedeschi. of the Department of Psychology, University Of Miami, spoke on "ihe Be havioral Sciences and Human Survival." Also participating in the program were Col. Frank Dum i augh, president of the Ambassadors of Friendship, and Dr. Franklin William-, dean of the University of Miami. William Napoli. president of the Collegiate Council of the United Nations in Flor Ida, reported at the conference. The nth annual Florida meeting • as scheduled for the International Inn in Tampa Aviva Group of Hadassah held its eighth annual Medical Center dinner dance at King's Bay Countrv Club. Left to right are Mrs. Bernard Mandler, chairman; Mrs. Herman lsis, -o-chaiimcn; Mrs. Morris Herman, president; Mrs. Sam Sherman, vice president; Mrs. Theodore Marks, co-chairman. Profeeds of the affair are marked for the Hadassah Hospital in Israel repeat at a svllaul! saw $&% ta ft% on our famous rings with the stretch band 1.09 Reg. $7.50-$ 15. Yes, these are the selfsame rings you've seen for much higher prices, now yours at Burdine's for a fraction of their original values! 24 styles, from tailored goldstoncs, paved rhinestones, to genuine cultured onyx, pearls, cocktail types and others. Buy for yourself, or as gifts one size fits all! cottuma .ewe!., %  -'oor DOWNTOWN MIAMI .1 all 6 Burdlne'i s'o.rs |.l ,. IllX U RD I N



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FridC; December 11. 1964 +Jew 1st fkriotfon Page 13-B Delegates to Attend JWY Meet Sunday Sen : hraham Ribicoff admires the John F. Ker.:.t y Peace Award Medallion presented to c. : leader William Bornstein by the lewis:: !' iional Fund at the John F. Kennedy Pec* Award dinner on Sunday niqht at the I Sen. Ribicoff Tells of Friendship With JFK at Peace Award Dinner Here Fontainebleau Hotel. Lookinq on (left to riaht) are Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman of the INF Foundation, and Leon I. Ell. president, JNF of Greater Miami. :.IMMI por-ons gathered .yht to attend the Jewish Fiuid John F. Kennedy ard dinner at the Fon| %  .; Hotel aj speaker was U.S. Sen. Ribicoff (D.-Conn. l, and Bornstein received the i ard during the ceremon ibute to the late PresiI Ell, president of the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami, chaired the event. Sen lldi;,. if. in a moving address, described his personal role in advancing Mr, Kennedy's can didacy imthe Vice Presidency In L858. Recalling his proposal in a smoke-filled room in Chicago in 1956 of Mr. Kennedy as a running mate for Presidential aspirant Adlai Stevenson, Sen. Boris 1 by London With UM Orch. A concert version of the opera. iGodounov," featuring George London. Metropolitan Opv a baritone, will be presented by i'ie University of Miami Symphony its BK xt pair of concerts on Dec. |U)!.-pnd .14 at Miami Beach' and D;< e County Auditoriums. With Dr. Fabien Sevitzky coni icting, London will sing the role i: Czar Boris in the Moussorgsky opera, t %  < • -ame part he sang at Russia'! Bolshoi Opera in 1960. \i thai time. London became the i Aerican baritone to sing a ;. ill TXA in an opera produced in Moscow. In 1963, he returned to the Russian capital to record this role. In his performance with the UM S; mphony, London will be joined bj the University of Miami Choral Union, directed by Glenn Draper. For the balance of the concert program, the orchestra will present C.alliard's "Sonta tor Chamber Orchestra.'" as transcribed by Dr. Sevitzky. l'nlude to -The Afternoon of a Faun." by Debussy, and Till Eulenspiegel's Merry liank>." by Richard Strauss. K I SCAYN K T %  <: It II AC E 340 Biseayne Boulevard • Miami, Florida FACING BISCAYNE BAY "WHIM THf STARS AND HEAVtN JOIN YCUK HSTIVITItS" AT THE BEAUTIFUL NEWLY DECORATED STARLIGHT BALLROOM SEATING UP TO WEDDINGS • CC\F RVAT'ONS BANQUETS • RECEPTIONS LUNCHEONS • MEET NGS • FREE PARKING • CATERING • • Strictly Kosher facilities Available Under Supervision of RABBI TIBOR H. STERN CALL. .. Miss SHIRLEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792 For Elegant Function* I w Complete Cat.nng Faclit.es for that Special I Party served in superb lash.on settino that will reflect your good taste. ...,,riiu/ CONF.RMAT.ONS • RECEPTIONS .WEDDINGS BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A T.t..t.t. or gal. cl.br.lion with 3.500 "•"•; T'ETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN Ribicoff reminisced: "The Catholic heads of the party thought America was not ready for a Catholic Vice President, and I was forced to declare that I never thought I would live to see the c"ay when I, as a Jew, would stand up to you sages of the Democrat Party to defend a Catholic for Vice President." Added Ribicoff: "In I960. I proposed our late President for the — h>ghesl office in the land, and the rest is history."' Making the presentation to Bornstein was Zev W. Kogan, who said: •You could have chosen to live within yourself, but you chose to become a portion of that which is around you." In accepting the award. Bornstein asked support for the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest in Israel. The national anthems were sung by Julius Hosenstein. C'hanuka prayer was offered by Beth Torah Congregation Choir and the candles lit by Airs. Miriam Press. A candle in memory of John F. Kennedy was kindled by Miss Lillian Goodman. Invocation and benediction were by Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. A musical interlude was offered by Salwa Abrams. Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI, compared the Jewish National Fund "to the modern Maccabees who, as fighters of old, fight the desolation cf barren land, rocky soil and hostile neighbors." Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, introduced Sen Ribicoff, Children Will Be Beneficiaries Breathless children will be (he unseen beneficiaries of the Lorber Chapter's progressive dinner on Saturday at 1 30 p m. The affair will begin at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Cohen with cocktails, then proceed In the home oi Dr. and Mrs. Hem > Lubow for the entree, and conclude at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Haas for dessert, coffee. and dancing. Mrs, Gerald Klugerman. president, announced that proceeds from the dinner go to the Children's Asthma Research Institute l and Hospital where youngsters from the United States. Canada. and other nations, stricken with chronic intractable asthma are be: ing treated, cared lor. and rehabilitated. Handling reservations is Mrs. Morgan Levy, coordinating chairman of the affair Some 150 delegates will attend the quarterly meeting and consti tutional convention oi the Department f Florida Jewish War Veterans at Unified Hall in North Miami Beach on Sunday, according to Department Commander Ainslee It. Ferdle, The meeting "ill be immediately recessed after the formal opening si that the constitutional convention under Department Judge Advocate Bmanuel Mandel may convene. At 11 a.m., traditional memorial services will be held under the direction of Department Chaplain Edwin Feibelman and Regional Vice Commander Hy Morris. The meeting will feature presentation of reports of the National Policy Committee by Past National Commander Daniel Neal Heller and National Adjutant Ralph Grossman. The recent National Executive Committee meeting held in Washington and the 4th Regional Conclave will be reported on by National Executive Committeeman Victor Freedman and Irv Steinberg. This report will include a r/iscussion of the actions taken by the Jewish War Veterans to obtain the withdrawal of German scientists from the United Arab Republic and the extension of the Statute of limitation on Nazi War Crime trials. Report u I'I also be -jivon on the approval by the National Executive Committee to the Department 01 Floria petitioning the Federal Court for permission to intervene in the reapportionment suit now pending in the Southern District i ourt ol Florida. Department Commander Ferdie will report on his testimony before the Legislature's Interim Committee on the elections and the successful '•gei out the vote" drive Of the organization. Discussion of the library awareness program, department brotherhood program, and projected assistance to the Israeli Air Force Day room program will also be highlighted. Ben Haberman will report on Americanism. Irving Cooperman on member.snip. Jack Berman on the Youth Forum. Abe Marcus on Hie Committee to Ratify the Genocide Convention. James Stern on scholarship, and Noah Schisel on the department blood acquisition program. Host for the meet inwill be the Abe Horowitz Post 682. Daniel Sal.-s icommander. Daniel Abramowitz is department trustee. 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J.ge 4-B +Jelst> FkrkH&r i r Friday, December •1. 1964 Z-augh'.ers come-of-age to be presented at the Standing (left to right) are Sandra Sue Isaacs, .-.nibassador's Ball on Saturday evening. Dec. Janet Lenore Katz. Sandra Lois Weinstein. -o. at the Fontainebleau Hotel are seated Rosalind Merritt. Carol Sheila Tren' Janet Sue ::ont row) Linda Iris Pollak. Bonnie Gaye CyRabinowitz. Romelle Emey Weinkle and Mar.:en. Leslie Gail Fine. Seated (back row) are gie Pat Schulman. Meryl Sue Weston and Sandra Lynn Rubin. Coterie of Young Ladies Come-of-Age To be Presented at Ambassador's Ball i a tradition established four terii young ladies %  % % % % %  will be %  d in utanti .tthis year'* .;il t.. be held Sat Dec >•' ..t the lot rho bj the %  Israel Bond 0 r the p.' [ Israel 1 lited nd the G : Floi \t this : bal nor R -• %  • -: %  : %  Hun i %  resentt Me) i' an of 1 en • Vs in pi • ears members Greater Muni: Consular ps will ixpresented to the Am saador and the Governor in a mbotk jest in >: mutual friendrieadmg the committee are Leonchairman. Samuel I dland. honorary chairman; ck chairman of the .lack \ Can.: ..nd marshal; Sumey D Anchairman of the patrons %  >( honor Maurice Revitz. chairman diplomatic presentation*, and San H H Ct, chairman Oi the ssador's corps of -; Debutanteincl Bonnie Ga>e Cypcn, daughter of %  pen. 320 lo IT Miami Beach, atMiami Beach Hifh >. %  she ia member oi S rvice Club ..rid | :nue %  Leslie Gail Fine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Abe C line. 6575 Miami Beach, attends tne Lear & hool of Miami Beach Sue is si piano and dancing at the Conservat >rj oi Miami .-.nd aspiri I Stephanie Alice Frehlir.g. nd Mi St Freh8735 Pinetree Di !;• ach an I gri Blai i te ..• tind\\ Mountain School in -. where she is i -h and iiterat.ir, i laiu • -end Brandeis I'r. sity Sandra Sue Isaacs, daughter of Mr and Mi Milt Isaacs. 3737 Chase Ave Miami Beach, attend.r School where -he is vice lident ot the senior dasSandra plans to attend the University Miami Janet Lenore Kati, daughter of Mr and Mr Paul Katz. 96o 48th -• Miami Beach, attends Miami Beach I: ol, where she is .. member • f the Anchor Service b and of the National Thespian • 'y She planto attend EraUniversity, where she will major in mathematicRosalind Merritt, daughter of and MrRobert Merritt. 44S5 Adams Ave Miami Beach, attends Miami Bea< h Hit where Ita Service Club ette She liege n Fine ArtLinda Iris Pollak, daughter of >If S N Miami Beach High School, where she ia member of the Beta Service Club and Thespians. She planto attend N rthweatern (Jniversit) Janet Sue Rabinowitz, daughter i I Mr an I Mrs Morns R;. wit*. 3O20 Brickell Are., Miami, at. es High Mill | v and Pai • in college Sandra Lynn Rub : n, Mi Mrs %  ;!)in, r High .-. Shi is plans to -,,.. :nd. Margie Pat Schulman, •, of Mrs i %  \ % %  % % % % %  : Mi ..nd Mrs A .t Molask} v • • :ty High School in St Louis She planI major in education and aspireto be an elementary school teacher Carol Sheila Trent, daughter Of Mr and Mrs Thomas Trent. 133-.I Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, attendMiami Beach Huh School. where she editor of the Year Book and ;. member of Anchor rvice Club. She plans to a;: (ioucher College, where she will major in psych itogj Romelle Erney Weinkle. daugh f Dr. Ad Mn Jt Prairie Ave Miami Beach. attends Miami Beach High School She is a member ma I Thespian s eiety, the Social Sci ences Club and Chi Delt Girls attend the I'mI Florida an I drama. Sandra Lois Wein;tein, daughter S • 1 tended Georce Pepperdine College in Los Angeles and is now study.ng Liberal Arts at Miami Dade Junior College and will enter the University of Miami in January. Meryl Sue Weston, daughter of Dr and Mrs Lawrence A. Weston, 1108 Normandy Dr.. attends Miami Beach Hiiih School, where -he is a member oi the Na'ionarThe-pian SocicfP* flW attended -*n Aria mi %  ervatory ot Music, where she took voice training. She plans to attend Ohio state University. Leslye Ca'ol Warshaw, daughter of Mr and Mr.Irwin Warshaw. Mohegan Lake. X. Y.. and grand di lighter oi Mrs. sclma Warshaw, 1500 Bay ltd.. Miami Beach, attends Lakeland High School at Mohegan Lake Her major hobby iskiing. She planto attend college in the northeast, and hopes to be a teacher. Having 5 for Dinner? for Kashruth ^ for Quality The Perfect Salt for Koshering all your meat and fowl SERVE NEW MCrfhei^ GEFILTE FISH %  N CANS! 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T cJfewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Vc. ...e 3~ — Number 50 Miami, Florida, Friday, December 11, 1964 Two Sections — Price 20c Eshkol Says UN Inaction Disturbing l! iVIV — (JTA) — Premier Levi • tikol told an Israel Press luncl ; Monday that there was i disadvantage" to Israel m r United Nations peacemachinery in the Middle 'East that the same yardstick nas • il for the attacker and the irictii Co: enting on tthe Security (HI session Friday on com plainand counter-complaints by l-rai -ml Syria growing out of the Nov. tank and air clash at Israel'; northern border, the Premier -. (I Israel could not permit attackon its settlements or agree th.,i %  >pographic advantages should give %  Hackers immunity l'rom "our live defense." Many Syrian gun positions on the northern border • at a higher level than Israeli territory. Ht said that the difference betwetn the initial attack on n Israel patrol on Nov. 13 and later on peaceful settlements by the Syrians and "that of our detense" should have been clear to various representatives at the United Nations. Under the cover of "false equality," he told the luncheon, the United Nations hesitates to condemn the attacker. lie noted that the Russians had -.imported the Arabs in the disputes even though it was the Soviel Union which recently proposed that no international problem should be solved by force. v erinsj questions, the PreContinued on Page 2-A Security Council Fails to Act On Syria Israel Border Tiff •JHURNATIONAL FORCES' Hate Sheet In Canada 5 ,\VA — t JTA ) Two Canad. i used of representing in this country "The Thunderbolt," a pubissued by the anti-Semitic. Segro National States Rights 1 tj of Birmingham. Ala., told a IL Office Review Board here lluweek that •international i are behind a campaign to I (hi publication from the Can1 units. I < Review Board, headed by Justice Dalton Wells, of the Ontario Court of Appeal, is hearing : %  appeal from a ban against the Use o| the mails by "The Thunderboll issued last summer by Postmaster General J. R. Nicholson. The men are David Stanlty 20, who admitted that he had once pleaded guilty in Birmingham to a charge of "assault with weapon," and John Ross Taylor 51, who admitted that, during World War II, he had been interned for 53 months by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Whin Taylor told the board thai 'international forces" are behind this hearing "as a test case," the Continued on f*ai* 6-A PRIME MINISTER ESHROL 'basic diiodvanfoge' Ben Gurion Rift Growing TEL AVIV—(JTA)—The rift between former Premier David BenGurion and Prime Minister Levi Eshkol appeared to have widened, as Mr. Ben Gurion told a group of >ounger members of Mapai that he will pursue bis aim of reopening an investigation of the Lavon affair, even it the Cabinet and Parliament oppose such a move. Mr. Ben-Gurion said he wants the Lavon case reopened, not only regarding the original "security mishap" of 1954. which caused the political downfall of former Defense Pinhas Lavon, but concerning Mr. Lavon's clearance of the original charges by a Ministerial Committee in 1960. That committee, he charged, culminated "in a travesty of justice." Mr. Eshkol was a member of the ministerial group. Which exonerated Mr. Lavon. Asserting that he knows that the Cabinet will not agree to his demand to reopen the Lavon case, "and that the Knesset will follow," Mr. Ben-Gurion said: "But above and beyond the Knesset, there is the nation and the cause of justice." He made it clear that he intends to appeal to the Israeli public. Mr. Ben Gurion's adamant stand on the issue has caused concern within the Mapai Party, as it was ielt that he has now shut the door against a possible compromise with Mr. Eshkol. The Prime Minister discussed the entire issue last weekend with Mrs. Golda Meir, Israelis Foreign Minister. UNITED NATIONS-! JTA (-The United Nations Security Council held its sixth session on the Israeli-Syrian clash of Nov. 13 and adjourned without taking action. The session featured a stern denunciation of Israel by the Soviet representative, N. T. Federenko. a sharp retort from Israeli delegate Michael Com ay and an urgent appeal for peace by American chief delegate Adlai Stevenson. The Council then recessed subject to the call of its president. Federenko charged that Israel undertook "provocative actions" leading to the chain of events placing the issue before the Security Council. He asserted that Israel committed a "massive violation of Syrian airspace" when it sent jets in to attack Syrian gun and tank positions which were shelling Israeli villages in the border area. He accused Israel of "deliberately planning Continued on Page 5-A TALKS WITH NAHUM GOIDMANN Erhard for Extending War Crimes Trials BONN—(JTA)—Chancellor Ludhaving assured Dr. Goldmann that wig Erhard was reported here as the matter was not closed. Dr. indicating that he personally was Goldmann suggested to him to exin favor of extending the statute tend the statute of limitations by of limitations for trying Nazi war 2i) or 30 years beyond next May. criminals for another 10 years, but was bound by the decision of his' ; Cabinet to end the term for prose; cution of such criminals next May. The sentiments of Chancellor Erhard were revealed here following a meeting which Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Jewish Congress, had with him | last weekend. He was reported as U.S. Catholics Revising Texts to Oust Prejudice CHICAGO—(JTA)—A systematic effort is underway in Catholic school textbook publishing to revise such books to eliminate distortions about Jews and Protestants, a nun reported here in an evaluation of a study of bias in such texts. Sister Rose Albeit, chairman of the Education Department of the Dominican College i n Racine, Wise, said that "at least six publishing companies are changing their religion texts in the spirit of ihe ecumenical movement." She listed them as the Benzinger Press, of Chicago; the St. Mary College Press, of Winona, Minn.; the Father Novak Fordham Press, of New York; the Fides Publishers Association, of Notre Dame, Ind.; the Dubuque Press, of Dubuque, la., and the Pius XII Religion Center, of Monroe, Mich. Dr. Goldmann also drew the attention of the West German Chancellor that the people in Israel are deeply concerned over the fact that Germany has thu* far taken no legislative steps to force the recall of the German scientists and research workers employed in Egypt by Nassar. The World Jewish Congress leader also reiterated previous re quests by the Jewish Claims Con ference that the compensation laws here be broadened so as to in elude those Nazi victims who were unable to lile indemnification applications prior to the cut-off date | of October 1. 1953,. There are said to be 100,000 to 150,000 such Nazi 10 DC lOU.OOO lO lOU.UUU BUSH .**• She reported that the new texts v j c tj ms the vast majority of them .... -i uu." %  i-. I.1*. r;i n "do not treat the Jews as harshly" about the crucifixion, adding that most of the new books were revised or rewritten before the ini iroduction at the Ecumenical Council of the declaration absolving Jews of all time of the charge ol deicide in the death of Jesus and condemning anti-Semitism. Sister Continued on Page 3-A Jews, who were unable to file claims prior to 1953 because they were by that time still isolated in Communist countries. (West German President Heinrich Luebke was asked Tuesday by the Jewish Labor Committee to veto a bill passed by the West German Parliament which Continued on Page 14-A proB'nai B'rith OK's Move To Join NCRAC Again THANKSGIVING DAY VICTIMS Israe Rites Delegation Attends for Norwegian Seamen NEW YORK—(JTA)—An Israeli delegation attended the memorial service at the Norwegian Seamen's Church in Brooklyn for the seamen who lost rheir lives in the Thanksgiving Day disaster off the New Jersey coast. The delegation consisted of ConMil General Katriel Katz, Consul Meir Ayalon. Gottlieb Hammer, president of the American Israeli Shipping Company, and Capt. Reuven Sudnai. staff captain of the SS Shalom, which was involved in the disaster. The first law suit resulting from the accident was filed here in U.S. District Court on behalf of Elaine Bregman, who claimed "severe, painful and permanent injuries" as passenger on the Shalom. Filing of the $75,000 personal injury suit could lead to an inquiry in this country into the cause of the collision. At present, there will not be an ollicial investigation because both ships are foreign-flag \cs~els. and the accident occurred i in international waters. WASHINGTON —(JTA) — B'nai B'rith took formal action Monday toward closing a 12-year breach in Jewish community relations activities through realisation with the National Community Relations Advisory Council. The B'nai B'rith Board of Governors adopted a pro. posal to reaftiliate with NCRAC. a coordinating body of national and local Jewish groups engaged in combating anti-Semitism and religious and racial discrimination. Label A. Katz, president of B'nai B'rith. said his organization's stand is conditional, requiring similar approval by the national commission of the Anti Defamation League, its community relations arm. The ADL commission, whose Executive Committee has already recommended approval, meets in February. The move to reaffiliate came after two years of discussions and negotiation: between a joint B'nai B'rith-ADL committee and NCRAC representatives. The negotiators ironed out the differIABEI KATZ return conditional ences which had caused B'nai B'rith and the American Jewish Committee, then the two largest constituents of NCRAC, o resign from that body in 1952. Continued on Page 8-A



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Fridcy, December 11, 1964 'Jen1st fhridHar Paqe 11-A Kaufman, George Kimmel, Mrs. Frieda Koch, Harry Koretiky, Aaron S. Liioer, Oscar Mamber, Henry Penchansky, Jacob Rifkin, Julius Rosensfein, Sol Sandier, J. Jeny Schechter, Sam Shapiro, Jack Stem, and Dr. Matthew lckmwit. M i M. :i. \\ uli.itn i loldptchl, I., 'i i li:in, Ani. I: i i i ; i.. •-:. M.i\ I illt .::•!.. r Harr> Mm I Mil i-. Al.i !|. In I '.i %  I ': I : K Ill I'it.lv Kntz, Samu Hum i. i .1 I iinus. I M i'l .. OH MID 14 H,. l.i.l-rllV. I.IH-. i VI i I %  .i i VVillliin 'S. Mi rhlinl III M Hi i. Mn • IIIIIIT, Ali'X I'D I I' Leo.-.^rd Rosen, chairman of the Hebrew Academy's 17th anr.-al scholarship dinner, conqratulates Scmuel Reinhard, Hebrew Academy founder, who will be honored aloriq with his wife at the gala Jan. 3 function at the Deauville Hotel. B. I. Binder, former president of the Academy, and associate che'man of the SlOO-a-couple affair, looks on. Hebrew Academy Scholarship Dinner Picks Key Committee for Jan. 3 Event Announcement of four key committee: for the 17th annual scholarship dinner of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy set for Jan. 3 at the Deauville Hotel was made on Wednsday by Leonard Rosen, general dinner chairman, and Louii Menvitzer, president. \iembers of the Honorary Committee were designated as follows: Charias Charcowsky, Jacob Cohen, Samuel Cohen. Mrs. Sarah Czech. Charles Fruchtman, Paul Gordon. Mrs, Jennie Grossinger, Mrs. Pauline Grindwerg, Jay Kislak, Marne Lieberman, Louis Merwitzer, Irving E. Miller. Jack S. Popick. Leo Kobinson, Sam Schwartz and .Mrs Virginia Silverberg. Wolfie Cohen and Oscar Mamber, honorary chairmen of the inner whieh will honor Mr. and MTS. Samuel Reinhard. will work with the group. Those name** as dinner hosts are Benjamin Appel, Jerome Bienenfeld, Adolf Blank, Dr. Louis A. Bunim, Max Deaktor, Louis DeCovney, Morris Dubier, Irving Firtel, Henry Gewitz, Morris Goldfarb, Joseph Gonshor, Henry Groudan, Hymin Jablon, Milton K a h n, Jacob The Hot Committee and Hostess n! •' '' i" coordioete their efforts v i' -i nvi'. I co-chairmen i the I couple dinner .link A. Ciiiilor, jo-enh Cohen, Harry Gei... i an I M,ai rice Revitz. Those named to tTio Hostesses C(>mmittee are Mesdames Ben 1. : it ; .! ih Cohen, Samuel Cohen, Harrj Genet, Louis Merwitzci. Maurice Revitz, Leonard Ro&cn, and Samuel Hosner. A Dinner Committee including scores of Hebrew Academy and communal leaders is cooperating with B. I. Hinder, associate chairmun, in an all-out-effort to achieve -n attendance goal ot 2.000 per-: .ons. A combined meeting of the entire Dinner Committee and the Academy's Board of Directors will be held at a breakfast session at 9 a.m., Sunday, at the Academy's Max Silverberg Dining Hall. Rosen said Wednesday that more than 1 10O persona already have entered reservations for the $100a-couple dinner, highlight of the, Academy year and traditional kick-off for the South Florida Jew, ish community's social season. Those named to the Dinner Committee are: MM Ar.in-.ii. 1 pli Appleluuim. Htermnn r.:i-.-h. Zvl Iterawr. Herman i;,rk. Morrix I'.i-niiiii. Carl Ur&naeK, siwpnii Itroad, -MaN Cohen, ir. Benjamin CVInnmii. .rofla DIMKT, l->nis Dublin, Abe HTisonhorir, Herman Ela%  •nl,i 11 v. <'linrl<"l'i-il.,|in:in. .Vbram Fox raiduCH Kiledmen, II.VIIIHII Hal| i>ut. Martin tit-net, B>n i"" Otnwhur. Nathan OlnxburK, Aaron U. riinseriin, j Maurire floldrlnsr, Muiii-i,-,noldnerr. I Ueorge I'k-V .1..:— i .*• ,\ % %  Har v I Ruxan, i ii lt"-"i % %  n. M irray I RoHfiiin -. M II K' rihi 1 Sam Roxnei. < IIH ltotl*i,li B cub K ibcnnli II I! ij nil Itubln H %  Hum Kiii.ii' .-;.in. v Itulil m I... i. I! lillllll i-k, Jull %  Mi .1 .. 11,-iix II -1" i. i I %  -" %  iViiiiii! 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December 11. 1964 +Jenist>fk>r£(Ii&r Page 9-B Senior Citizens To Fete UN Florida Senior Citizens. Club 3, will mark Liiit.-. Nations Week at its regular emi-monthly meeting on Monday. 1:30 p.m.. at 1101 SW 12th Ave. Miami Attorney Richard Alt>huler and Mrs Annette Seldom nill address the meeting on 'Aim.* a;'d Accomplishments of the United Nation.-..'" Meeting is open to the public and refreshments will be served. i T HE .'ohn F. Kenned) Peace ard Pinner at the Foilleau Hotel on Sunday spotv by the Jewish National featured as guest oi honor •n Bornstein, and [or the on, Mrs. Bornstein .-elect predominantly green silk punt sheath with a tone studded bodice Her Mi-Anne Smith, was in k -in. sheath enibroidered damask pattern with turlurex thread. Abe Rubin's black silk e -heath was delicatelj idered on the bodice with cent jade-colored sequins i the neckline, and featuri matching silk cape Black ,iiiiin with a chantilly lace was the choice ot Mrs. Platofi for the evening Esther Goodman was in a floo--length gown with a shell sequined bodice topping her ack peuu de soie skirt The F. Kennedy memorial can as lit by her sister, Miss Lillian Goodman. TiE jet trimmed, two-piece %  black silk crepe worn by Mrs Manuel Fligeiman was one she brought back from a recent trip lo Paris Mrs Celia Weintraub was in black crepe with a bodice ot metallic ribbon lace and a touch of tuchsia satin at the waist.' Mrtouis Dublin com bined a stiver and beige lame bodice with a beige chitfon full skirt. MrOtto Weisbrod's yellow satin formal featured a -cooped neck jeweled bodice. Blue atin with lace insertat the bodice was worn by Mrs. Jennie Seitlin. Mrs. Sam Wilensky's beige BB tin had gold lame schiffle embroidery highlighting her gown An emeral ; green chiffon sheath with a draped bodice was the cho.ee oi Sirs. Esther Hillman. Mi Rose Siegel wore a black crepe with a white cloonej lace bodice and a white sequined, furtrimmed sweater she made An ice blue lame -heath was Mrs Helen Yorsoner's choice. .Mrs. .lacob Fishman was in burgandy chillon with a scooped neck, ribbon lace bodice. lAf'FE ol County Commissioner Joe B >*d decided on glittering pink lame tor the dinner. Her square neck sheath featured jeweled floral appliquescattered on the Iront of her dress. A black chantilly lace bodice and lull-skirted chillon skirt was the combination worn by Mrs. Louis Levy. Mrs. Saul Levin's silk taffeta featured a warped watercolor wash print in ombre tones of lilac and green. A royal blue crepe sheath with a flat selffabric bow at the waist was worn by Mrs. Abe Grossman. A threepiece black silk alpaca ensemble was chosen by Mrs. Dora Kugel. Her overblouse was a red rose print on black silk. A white peau de soie gown was worn by Mrs. Eva M. Blum. Her sequined overblouse featured dusters of multi-colored sequined flowers. Mrs. Jacob D. Davis was in an Oleg Cassini original formal of beige, brown, and gold lame. Mrs. Rose lloch-tim's Italian hand-crocheted sheath was in Ivory with a touch of gold lame. Silver and lavender combined in the brocade formal gown worn. bj Mrs. Emma Rattner. Mrs Stanley C. Myers topped her black and red silk print -heath with a red peau de soie evening coat. Her shoes matched her sheath. An emerald green silk faille in a one-piece dress with a two-piece effect was worn by Mrs Sidney Let court. The bodice oi her sheath was doublebreasted, with self-covered buttons. Rabbi Swirsky To be Speaker Poale Zion Chaim Greenberg Branch ol Greater Miami will hold its next regular meeting oa Thursday evening Dec. 17. at Farband Cultural Center, 841 Was iirgton Ave. Dr. Simon Wilensky, who hai been elected to another term as president, v. ill tonduct the bustneSS agenda to !>e followed b> a discussion on current events with Phillip Segal in charge. Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. chairman I of the cultural program, will InMrs. David Sachs, president,, stration of -Dolls for Democracy." traduce Rabbi S. T. Swirsky. guest B'nai B'rith Women's Council of On Sunday night. Dec. 20. the .speaker of the evening. Spiritual Miami, announces that a regular chapter is planning a night club leader Dr. Henry King Stanford accepts "The Myrtle Wreath Award" from Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, community leader, as Mrs. Nat Barth, Miami Beach Chapter president, looks on. The award is given annually by National Hadcssah acknowledging "outstanding community leadership." Some 3.000 members attended the rally at the Deauviile Hcte:. B'nai B'rith Women's Events meeting will be held on Dec. 17, at Cookies' Restaurant. Miracle Mile, at 8:15 p.m. Mrs. Rose Gallon. Anti-Defamation League chairman, has been working with B'nai B'rith Women in the League's 'Dolls for Democracs a nigm ciuo leader of Israelite Center. Dr. gala at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Sw irsky will present a talk 01 Herman Pearl, chairman, is in .some of the works of Mendele Mocharge. Coral Gables Chapter will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday evening at the Hillel Hou-e. Busiprogram. 'The program." ness meeting, presided over by -he >aid. "is designed to bring to Mrs. Sol Greenberg. will be followIhe attention ol young boys and eel by a social hour. On display will cher Sefarim, ••father of Yiddish literature." The refreshments committee will be in charge of the social hour following the meeting. girls outstanding meu and women who, through then service to mankind, demonstrate that talent, service and devotion to democracy me found in every race, creed and social class." he the chapter trophy, award from the Miami Council of B'nai B'rith tor enrolling the most new members, and the plaque received for winning this years annual National B'nai B'rith Bulletin contest On Monday, a demonstration of sponsored by the National Jewish the dolls will be given at the OrMonthly. Mrs. Sidney Sanders is chard Villa Elementary school 6th editor of the Bulletin, grade. On Tuesday, Mrs. Lenore Curtice will give the demonstraGilbert J. Baikin Chapter will tion for the Miami Chapter at the hold its meeting on Dec. 23 at the Park Lane Cafeteria. In charge of Kverglades Elementary school. the program are Mrs. Galton and Mrs. Ronald Symons. lOUIS OTM [666] ac ClOTHIS IIMMON DAKS These Famous Labels At Important Savings raSMi y ORIGINALS xsSb! A,usWnBni*f You Can Be SURE of the BEST at Todd's GIFTS • BONDED FRUIT SHIPPERS • GOURMET 2164 Ponce tie Leon, Coral Gables HI 8-5215 NOW SHIPPING riORIDA'S FINfST GIFT fRUlT Vll fit Eiy %  • Suit Jl '• •' IwHl MarMa'i NMMI QMH'Y ci.tfc.er" S93 Lincoln Rd.. MB, 2465 E. Sunris. Blvd., Ft. Hud. Miami Chapter will hold its regular meeting on Tuesdaj. 10 a.m.. at the Park Lane Cafeteria. Coral Way. Program will be a demonBrandeis District Meets Monday A unique evening combining business, social and culture has been planned for the next general meeting of the Brandeis District of the Zionist Organization of America. The district is composed of members who reside in the North \ Shore area of Miami Beach, according to Isaac Donen, president of the district. The meeting will take place on Monday. 7:45 p.m., at Washington Federal. 1133 Normandy Dr. Max Raskin, program chairman, has announced that the general meeting will feature open discussions, a report on the recent Southeast Region conference held in Jacksonville, a cultural presen tation. refreshments and a social hour. r d UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY OKHESIM *&. FABIEN SEVITZKY Director a Sun Dec. 13. MB. And. 8:30 P.M. Man., Dee. 14. Dade Co. And.. 8:30 P.M. GEORGE LONDON Baritone PROGRAM 1. Gilliard-Sevitzky-Somta for Chamber Orch. 2. Debussy—"Prelude a i'ap.-es -midi d'un faune" 3. Straus*—"Till i Eulenspiegel" 4. Monssorgsky "Boris Godounov" SINGLE TICKETS111* U M.M. Tirkets t UM Sym. Oil.. MO 1 4961 Muni Beack *u IE 141477: Date Couilj Ajd HI 1-1131: •Heirs Music Mouse HI Csral tales. HI 4 till. Announcing Our 24th Season OPERA GUILD of GREATER MIAMI Jan. 25-27-30 OTELLO &* JAMES McCRACKEN PHYLLIS CURTIN GABRIEL BACQUIER Feb. 15 17-20 LUCIA/;-,.* JOAN SUTHERLAND RICHARD BONYNGE Guest Conductor LUCIANO PAVAROTTI March 22-24-27 MARRIAGE of FIGARO / by Mozart DONALD GRAMM LORENZO ALVARY FRANCES BIBLE BEVERLY SILLS All opens feature stars of the Met. LaSca'a. & New York City Op J Companies Dr. ArtU'O Dirilippi, Artistic Director and General Manager Dr. Emerson Buckley. Musical Director Anthony Stivane'io, Stage Director John Brownlee. Stage Director Offices: 625 S.V.. 29th Road, Miami. Flat. i i NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 Mi DILIVtRV ALL GREATER MIAMI LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTBACTING • ttPAWNG Serving Dad* County Over 25 Voars 1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9904 I0umivb : r OPtH 7 AM. 9 PM. Same Dot/ Service Nivtr An lxtr Choras.



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Pcqe 8-B %  -MnistncrMtor *• •Friday, December \\ t • •• ^rvoiit f^eople ana f^laces ... Students Gather Gifts for AT THE STANDARD CLUB ryesl colors <>i orange and yellows gave the mal Dinner Dance at the StandClub i lb ks| % %  :ng flavor Lena Goldstein, stunning in a long red sequin gown, certainiv k as ii -he were old enough to be celebrating her 4t:h wedding anniversarj with her husband, San: Neither did he. for that matter. With them wen their family, Grace and B. B. Goldste-n Pat and Charles Goldstein, and Pat's nts Zenia and Sidnej Meyer Among memores : were the \\.ii:_:ii Singers, Harriet Larry Singer, Mary Norm* Weinkle and JulWeinkle, the Sam Blanks, Dr and Mrs. StanPrehhng Joan and Jerry Blank. Norms y Kipnis, Joan and Herb Paige, the Ja> Kisaks and the BOP Traui ME PASSED THE BAR Karen Rifas had a cocktail party for two rea—one to honor her husband. Harold, who had just passed the Florida Bar. and second to celebrate their second anniversary. Karen put it tins wag "We are starting on our third year Ol marriage." Ruth and Dave Riias, the proud papa mama, were there. Other guests included Louise and Mel Scholnicl. Sheila and Bernard Helman. Julie and Marty Weiss, the Mike Bre>> lers Natalie and Marty Segal. Mrs. Josh Klegerman. and Dr. and Mrs Le nard R>endort. It was a gay party but with some sorrowful goodj i —as some of the boys u ho had gone to school her with Harold were leaving for other places. THEY ATE UNTML ELEVEN O'CLOCK The food must have been good at tne dinner party that Miriam and Dave Bass had in the private room with the red velvet walls upstairs at ChandlerRe>tau.-ant. A very clever accordion.-: -ot everybody singin. Among guests were Dons and Hal Meyers. Jane and Doug Raff. Ruth and Sam Kanner. Susy and Ronnie Albert. Dr and MiRirhaed Deutsch, Helen and Ed Cow en. Mrs Sam Ontt, Myra a KI Aaron Farr, Eileen and !'. : Kane and Rose and Sandy Kramer. Miriam was bustling wi'h joy on Thanksgiving Day. Their son. Dr Robeit Baes, had just come t.> Mian:. Beach to attem' the American Medical Assaciation on mention, and it was a kind fate that got hun to town in time for Thanksgiving CUT AT WESTVI6W COUNTRY CLUB Shirley and Sam Herman's parly started with coeklaila n the Gold Room at West view and then dinner in the dining room Fall colors were in evident ice cloths over orange with tall centerpieces dripping fruit and high green tapers. Sam's sister and her husband. Mary and Harry Dwoskin, tame in from Atlanta. Among guests were Ruth and Max Qroeite, the William and Al Pallor K.-ther and Carl V\.'inkle. Helen and Jack Carner. MrDavid Phillips. Claire and Arthur R osie h an. Bertha and Leonard Abess. Mrs. Jack Ablin. G eorgi a n and John Serbin. Judge and Mrs Irving Oypen. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gertner. the John and Geeege Fellers, the .Al Nadlers. Martha and Stanley Myers. Marcella and Aaron Kanner. Bea and Sam Blank. DID YOU KNOW? lit B senblun i> back in Miami Beach, painting like mad. She donated the design for the note paper that Jewish Family and Children's Service is sponsoring for an extra bit ot change iar the benefit of the JFCS Group Treatment Home for Emotionally Disturbed Children. Sadie's la minis children on an orange background makes the paper almost,too fascinating to use. In a smart black frame, it looks lovely in that little place that needed something different Helen and Hy Kaplan celebrated their 31st anniversary by sneaking off by themselves to a lovelv restaurant in Ft Laudertiale — Francs Lehman. Democratic Club Lists Officers Election meeting of the Demo( ratic Club "f Miami Beach, to be hi Id on Wednesday evening at the Sea Isle Hotel, is for members only. %  ;ue?t speakers will he Metro C County Mayor Chuck Hall. Michael Sossin and Miami Beach Councilman Robert L. Turchin. Nominating Committee members A. Nemser. James II Meyer Robert Herman will present a -late headed by President Wall) Cluck to serve as permanent i i ecutive life president; reelected a* vice president. Henry Abraham-, reelected a s treasurer. Samuel Re-nick: financial secretary. Mrs. Vivian Gluck: recording secretary Andre S. Bialolenki; Mrs Beatrice K King, corresponding secretary; sergeants-at-arms. Alfred Fairmont and Jerry Richard. Board of Directors for 1965 include Nat Pctamkin. Mrs. Barbara -Miner. Leonard Solomon. Mrs a Brown Ben Silver. Mrs Amv llaber, Louis Forman, Edward Brigham. Chuck Hall. Leonard Zilbert. Ernes: A. Rivero, Charles Mouyos. Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt, Dr Michael Sossin. Mrs. Tanya Wobhin. Hendnk J Berns. Hv Weiss. Dr Harold L. McGee and Robert L. Turchin. Board of Trustees are James H Meyer. Robert Herman and Her man Solomon. Board of Governorare Gen. Elliott Rooscv.lt. Dr A. Nemser Henry Abrahams, Samuel Resnick and Mrs Vivian Gluck. General counsel. Theodore M Trushin: Nathaniel Coller. legil lative counsel. Your Reliable Standby For All These Years Visit Your Favorite Food Store or Delicatessen Today and Let Them Help You Selej K Mrs. David Miner vice n taetanje. Mrs. Ted DorJ? Richard Flink \|.. x ", d *" WUIh ciajft* Balsam Move: Of/ice* Bernard M Balsam h, h-s office,he VhCa Building. M7< M,. ridia ,,*J -Miami Beach Balsam to Public relations, h.ly been accepted | r mfmiv j h vtsA Association. YAHRZEIT-3 DAYS IN TEVETHI FIFTH* YCAKS AGO, iff* MIAMI wmm mm* Rabbi Zwii man Died Here Of War Ailment Rabbi Caiman A. Zwitman, spiritual leader cf Temple Israel and Miami's "Outstanding Citizen of 1948.'" died today of a liver infec tton he contracted while a chaplain in the Pacific during World War II. for his efforts in obtain,,-, J largest number of new mim ^ for the organization. Zwitman Plaque by ti i hnrt,ai lews (or him terfaith work in Miami The \| tional Jewish Welfare Board cited him with sen ice Jewry certificate v '"' an ar.ct,on ONLY $IS.M MB CABAT ou M cordioliy iaviled to >npKi ihe S'j coto> MTBA-6EM -f Vittt M -o ond while you're Here, look over our newly or".*a %  "'"' o* sported SXNU4NI PONTOVA BAMIE WOVEN UB$ES. Coy oway plan owjiloble no e.tra chorge h. S*e-3SS JfWELBY HANDBAGS A GIFTS -roei the FAB EAST House or &IMVR* 9513 HARDING AVE. • SURFSIDE __ TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS ALL DIESEL SERVICE 'DIESEL ENGINE OVERHA_ 3564 N.W. 32nd STREET Ph. 635-0545 Miami