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The Jewish Floridian ( December 18, 1964 )

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"Jewish Florldian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY .me 3"" Number 51 Miami, Florida, Friday, December 18, 1964 Two Sections — Price 20tf shkol Quits as B-G Pressure Mounts SPECIAL TWO-DAY CQWZRfr£ N.Y. Rabbis, Social Workers in Program On Intermarriage XI %  YORK (JTA) A fourIpoint program was recommended In j abbis and Jewish social worker! for implementation by I synagogues and Jewish social agt'l.ut' in an effort to preserve the Continuance of the American Jewfish community against threats of assimilation through intermar naae The trogram was the result of %  special two-day conference on llu problem of intermarriage, held under the sponsorship of the ComII ssion on Synagogue Relations of IN' Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York. The con• renc< recommended: 1. Establishment of an Institute on Intermarriage to study the problem, which was reported as particularly acute on the college camp, ses in this country. 2. Establishment of counseling centers on personal problems and Judaism, "to bring desperately needed guidance to those on the periphery of Jewish life, who have no access to existing agencies." 3. Pooling of the resources of home, synagogue. Jewish schools, community centers and summer camp for the intensification of Jewish education on all levels, both formal and informal, reaching college youth and Jewish adults as well as children. 4. The convening of a more broadly based conference on intermarriage. Dr. Nathan Goldberg, professor of sociology at Yeshiva University, presented demographic data showing that the rate of intermarriage is now mounting, 'corresponding Continued on Page 9-A JDC Sets Up Budget Of $28 Million for '65 K. YOHK-(JTA)-The Joint >tribUtion Committee will need "0 to meet the minimum Is Of an estimated 456.000 refugi %  : distressed Jews in 30 during 1965. gure was reported at the national conference of the Jewish Appeal, attended by 1 he left the President's home after resigning. Prior to his first trip to Mr. Shazar's home, the Prime Minister appeared before the Mapai Central Committee's first meeting of the day, where he told the leaders of his own party: "If anyone thinks he can do better to bring together the various elements in the Government, let him try." The committee took no action for the time being. The President is now expected to summon the leadership of Mapai and to entrust the government party with the formation of a new Continued on Page 2-A German Justice Minister Firm In Ending Trial of Nazis BONN—(JTA.-Dr. Ewald Buch er. the West German Justice Minister, reaffirmed this week his opj position to any extension of the statute of limitations for prosecution of Nazi war criminals. He contended it would be better to put enough lawyers and public prosecutors on the task of checking still unpi osecuted offenses bej fore the deadline expired next May 8. He added that this was the general view of the Cabinet which, on Nov. 11, said it could not extend the statute on constitutional grounds. However. Gunther von Hase. the West German press spokesman, said earlier this week that a new situation vv o u I d develop if too much material on unprosccutcd criminals came in to be processed before the deadline. This was generally interpreted as preparing the way for the government to retreat from its stand that the law could not be changed. Continued on Page 10-A MAX FISHER 0E DETROIT NEW GENERAL CHAIRMAN UJA Asks $109,400,000 Drive for Year Ahead NEW YORK (JTA) —TlM four-000 set by the delegates is two-fold in nature — S' : 1.000.000 for the ongoing global programs of aid to refugees and distressed Jews and S38.400.0uo as a UJA Special Fund to meet Ihc special costs ol critical immigration resettlement and ab sorption programs in Israel and related n 'eels Fisher succeeds Joseph Meyer:.il national conference of Ihc Ul ti d Jewish Appeal, attend MI by ore than 2.400 delegates Iroin ; parts ol the countrv, con' i'< u sessions here with the Uon ol a nationwide cam for $109,400,000 and the ol Max M. Fisher, ol Detroit, .UJA general chairman. Tlu• tal 1965 goal ol $109,400.hoH, of Baltimore, who had served four years as the UJA general chairman. With this election, he will held two of the top humanitarian posts in the United States. In May of this year, he was j elected president of Detroit's United Foundation, the nation's lat-iost community chest oiganizjtion. Fisher has been a leader in the national councils of the L'.IA for the past decade and takes his post as 1965 general chairman after serving as 1964 associate general chairman. He holds numerous top posts in other civic and social welfare organizations — both Jewish and general service groups. Continued on Page 8-A MAX M. FISHER succeeds Meyerholt J



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**— i i n n -re I A +Jeist flcrkl&r Friday. December 18. jegi 1 1 : T Approves Purchase of vVestbrooke %  V* •St Pf ">fCt ~r: GsntM V.aiB, sfa Fee t -.. %  •:.-•. %  Wes*b-ookc s a S2 million-'-s facility vr.th the largest iwimrrtA4 *ea4 m the Stan; o* Fltridi. V :-i •' %  -' I S I. I • Vertbr tt 8500 Ta.T.iami Trail and em braces cme 19 5 acre*. The main buildir.g is a twok-cated on both stk-> of an entrance lobb). The airconditioned club also Indadei '-4 cabana buildings. •.. a* hand and Xi BDia i art! and a wading pool Eshkol Quits as Gurion Pressure Mounts CwMnMrf IraBR Paoe 1 ""* %  • •* u rc doajbt form another Govta that eas*. it as arted h.:e Mr. E>hkl uud -pt the • of tbt %  %  deal Mr. t thai %  %  i* %  bath %  lity :**thai re.^iup. Mr Ben-o Mr icjahex A the namitte* abacli c.ear. %  | r•< eCtM i in • jr*? a". \!i. • %  When Mapei Central Committee met Sunia/ nighr at Tel Aviv. >Ar. Eshko, adiourned a Cabinet mee'ino. oo the Liven isine wifhcuf a vote. The Central Commit'€e was :n sessio.teyafl hours. Mr. Sei-G-rian. ..-.o 'ecantiy rei:gned from this cam /nittee, ( -e re hit c iJj:(;.r?r' M ith Mr. Ethical, stayed owl c k -* meetin*) 'or mare than three hours. Than ha made his entrance. Mr. Ben-Gunon .joined the meeting ucity j> a -nember of Mapai s taclion in the Ktnesa-t. Alter hi Jramatic entrance, he totd the meeting that Mi. Eshkcl i:wui haM lesigned after receiv ing a rcp-jr: -mm Jitiea Minister Io>epn 1 he latter had recom• ertuca • %  .tion of the Ben',aTT>r\ prop iion inquire INVEST 1H ISRAEL BONDS AND THEY WILL PAY YOU BACK !N INTEREST AND HJV.AN FULFILMENT. Moyfhit h'-tebtrg ^r\st T\RtO E~ reiaxed, refreshed, revitalized ... Schwitz Bodes —Swiss Knss '.' -eral and Whirlpool Baths— Massage C:mplete Gymnasium—Swimming Pool :•'. DERATE RATES DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL %  1 fas>> for -Spa"; V&fiSe ounce PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS fASH/ON CfWrff Of TNE SOUTH Largest Select-on Handle Insurance of Ail Kinds r* > a.. ACE u.i:\rv I IS 9-3M7 DAY WOKAEAS 56 -(ARE HIGH TYPE WEEKLY MAIDS k£5TAdBANT & HOTcL HELP SttvtlnoolC FOUNTAIN DESK PEN SET • Pot writing comfort and efficiency e Full choice or point stylee e Perfect foe i or ofhee *r>rV^ hi STYL.NO ar.d MECHANICAL ,,,, — >ou "*J"£ MAKES Of CARS rllRAGE -" r .fT^d, Sear,, or Dov-aW !" nop a Jortlan # ^** Bus aBJ 4wp >•" y ,.r car and our C_-rtesy Bus 1964 RAMB'-ERS c0 o have a ^ ~ !?, ^airJ ASTOUNDING SAVINGS! AVAILABLE AT A> VENETIAN RAMBL Vt Ent ar e ... serve all fifty states! That is why so many families ask Riverside to tale charge ^n times of stress. riverside memorial chapel, inc. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Miami Beach: 1230 Xormandy Drive • 10th ana AHM R** JE 1-1151 Miami: Donjrlas Road at RJfc 17th Strrrt • IlljbUnd 8Korth IfJaal Reach: 1CCC0X.E. 19th Avenue • iA'l W



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Friday. December 18, 1964 *Jewisfl fk>ridiaw jerry Blank, Mayor Broad Appointed Associate Chairmen of '65 CJA Drive Paqe 3-A %  ;;„. selection of Jerry Blank, I chairman, and Sidney Lefcourt. •, (ii National Brands, andIpresident ol the Greater Miami gvor Sbepamf Broad, of Bay liarJewish Federation. r [sland, s associate campaign In their key positions, the asSBairmen of the 1963 Combined ciatc chairmen will work directly wish Appeal, has been announcwith Dr. Lehrman and other leadl, y Dr. Irving Lehrman, CJA era of the Initial Gifts. Trades, 1'rofessions. and Residents Divisions in obtaining support for CIA's annual drive on behalf of 41 Jewish-sponsored agencies in Miami, nationally. Israel, and around the world. In addition to serving as president of National Brands, Blank is president of the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Cumpanias of Orlando, Lakeland and Melbourne, Fla„ and a director of the Citizans National Bank of Miami Beach. For many yaars ha has been a chairman and co-chairman of the Food and Hotel Division of Combined Jewish Appeal. He currently serves as a member of the Executive Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. He is a member of the Westview Country Club and the Standard Club, a member of the trict. He was chairman of fhe annual National Conference of Christians and Jews dinner. He was a member of fhe Advisory Council to the Dade County Port Authority, and Executive Committee of the Greater Miami Jew. ish Federation. He is a trustee of Mount Sinai Hospital. St. Francis Hospital, both on Miami Beach, and a member of the Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign Cabinet. "I look forward to the full utili zation of the talents and the dedication of m.\ two associate chairmen in support of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the 1065 Combined Jewish Appeal." K;:l>lii Lehrman declared in his announcement. BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1532 Washington Ave., Miami Bch. JE 1-1969 534-0271 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies of Reproduced on I Bond Paaer WHILE YOU WAIT ) Cash A Carry LETTERS BULLETINS LISTS FORMS REPORTS CONTRACTS Serving Miami Since 194e 95 N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 14815 SUNSHINE PRESS SHIPARD BROAD George Rockwell Told to Keep Oil* of Suburb of Los Angeles \\c,i I.F.S (JTA)—George •II leader of the American Party, who boasted over a ision press conference that ll California wing of his party ild open its headquarters in the tj of Glendale bordering on Los es, was warned this week j Glendale officials that the use : a home in that city by the Nazi Party for any other function than home would not be tolerated. posting of a sign in front of the building would be cause for prosecution, they emphasized. In Washington, the Nazis staged a demonstration at the British Embassy in an attempt to protest to Britain Prime Minister Harold Wilson over restrictions on Brit-, ish Nazis. Poiice arrested one Nazi. Leslie Hud>on. who manacled him-: self to a rail fencing the Embassy j ground and displayed an appeal for "free speech for British Nazis" printed on his sweater. Glendale Mayor Herman E. .lines and City Manager C. E. Perkins, after examining the proi used Nazi California headquarITS. said occupation of the house Rabbi Richler is Speaker lor other than dwelling purposes would be a violation of the Glenlale City ordinances. "If Rockwell, Forbes (Ralph Forbes, captain of the Nazi Party wing) or any other of this gang attempt to do so they will be pros iculid immediately," said the two officials. Even the Rabbi Harold Riehter, of Congregation B'nai Raphael, spoke on "South American Jewry" at Temple Beth Torah on Tuesday. 10 a.m., as part of Beth Torah's adult study group. Citizens Board of the University of Miami, .Mount Sinai Hospital | Founders, and a director of Variety Children's Hospital. Mayor Broi.d currently serves, by appointment of Gov. Bryant, as a member of the State of Florida Special Commission for the Study i Of the Abolition of Death Penalty i and as a member of the New York I World's Fair Authority — Florida Pavilion. In May. 1964. Mayor Broad was unanimously reeleoted by the voters of Bay Harbor [sifor hi'.Till consecutive term. In 1M6, he reorganized th North Shore Bank ui Miami Beach, now the Citj National Bank, and American Savings and Loan Association ol Miami Beach in 1950. From 1954 io l.i.'iii be served as president oi the Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach. He is presently a limited partner in the world wide investment banking firm of Bathe and Co.. and chairman of the Board of Directors Of Carolina Insurance Group at Jacksonville. 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3—inn Page 4-A + JenirffhridS&n Friday. December 18 1964 OFFICE end PLANT — 120 NX. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MTNDLIN Executive Editor SZLMA M. THOMPSON Asst to. Publisher • • .. • P-jbMshad •very FrMa fine* !I7 br Tb* J*wth noridUa at 12* X E Hi k E U WC Miami 1. FJorida,. Sv-o' reJHE ECUMEN.CAL UUDCI1 dorkig the week -£-fH/£3 continue berating the -„' for its vacillation or to look at the cruel perspective ."' tor, as a mean, of mitmiC the action Dr. Joepr. Sol& ve.tchik was. of course cor" rect -n his conclusion th at Jews must regard the i ,; %  ,, \ themselves and their destiny not in terms of absolution from 'r 'r and hbelous charges by an outside force, but a< i-roponemo' t ?' ism. which has its own system of values and which ought to be eanmS according to its indigenous worth By this, he meant tha* Je should not look toward a final and favorable decision from t menical Council as a desperate hope for membership in the race It was Dr Soloveitchrk s intention rather to suggest have a grace that is individual to their tradit.on and • quire no acceptance from another tradition in order to validity >i their own But while I can not speak for him. I m onif certain that Dr. Soloveitchik is is happy wt>, ciakm as any other think: -, He m arm Jew a other disappointment bj ancient her' .ts purposeful splendor noons or evaluations of the Roman Church. Now. hi wever tl MOD has been I it iequallj absurd to shun its significance • %  Ij doo t care, and to point to the chip on i THt NIXT taaOKU BATTlt THIS IS NO etrayal of thi %  part Ol the Jthings th< present the ski • n of our history v suggest tha living in any waj ourselves to a total ei of the E realization as quickly a> possible. It is here, if a ny wh er e, tha' the difficult) Vatican dratt is men amendments we can anticipate will be set forth at 1 of the council. th>.-:• ii also a Church view, DO l< -• n ish view, that must beovercome during the y< thing for the Ecumenical Council to draw up a %  .. quite another to hope for its implementation with hie mount of time. One does not. for some two-thousand yi Jews are a deicide people and expect that the c: learned over night. The deicide libel iat the root source : Semi) ;m and churchmen themselves, it of a lower order in tl loathe readily to give it up. Morns Abram. presi i | the American Jewish Committee, at a meeting of itNati mittee here several weeks ago. suggested that v.. n ist ho numbered in the forefront of the next Ecumenical battle. I icus liberty, if the doctrine on the Jews is U meaning. -:•:• .;. KOLt Or THt PK0USTAHT COmMUNITY THE QUESTION OF religious liberty is a ., conc-rning the validity of all non-Catholicfaiths. Itiva ultimate meaning to the utterances of Pope John XXIII that arcmany ways to heaven It would, in fact, plai catholicity of the Vatican Mr Abram's obser early reinforces his assertion that Jews must seek tn variety not alone for themselves but for others. gests that the doctruu on the Jews can h. ince in %  : where religious liberty is not sin.. example, to Proti -• ts lebow. momentarily. I am inclined to revel decision on the Jews elated to at *bei ruel past: in tact, it is a pai ratl ng process t< ; • .. .. it • (ration thi the Jews? This what all the inquis tance. Hence, now to n Catholic role, which as Dr Soloveitchik int< %  i are, Is to ha-, egon %  %  Mr. Abram's point thus seems a very j would be equally unrealistic to bu> it without roservatioi deicide slander lay at the root source of tradit the Catholic Church was not alone in chargii other faiths, the httge Protestant commum'v ol the V for whose religious liberty Mr Abram would hav< similarly culpable. LIONIZING MMHKI foil NO PMPtH I REMEMBER AN American Jewish Committei eral years ago sponsored by the Greater Miami Chapter ar.i featuring Dr Paul Vieth. of the Yale Divinity School. Dunr.i; the meet ing. Dr. Vieth discussed the progress of the Protestant community in the alteration of its Sunday School texts to make the role of the Jews in the crucifixion more palatable. As A member of a panel of questioners. I recall asking the noted theologian if all this %  weren't for naught: if the alteration of Suno'ay School texts didnt in the final analysis mean little in the face of the deicide ch^r^es in the New Testament itself. It is a tribute to the grace of the audience that its response > 5 shocking and immediate: and 1 still marvel how I managed to escP


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Fridcr--, December 18, 1964 *• Jewish fkrkfiari Paqe 5-A LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Cedars in Stand on Land Acquisition EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: ive sen! the following let; e acting manager ol Dade irable Hoke Welch \ • ountj Manager Hiniv Courthouse agler St. Florida Mr. Welch: of Lebanon Hospital has thai there is a question formalization of the land m. Irving Cypen presi iter to the Metro Commisl. 1964, and indicated willingness to ex< i cise the ivided the assi jnmenl to Baptist Hospital was apj the County Commission. • Commission approved, and immediately thereafter Cedars c' Ltcanon Hospital exercised -Dtion and tendered to the Count) Attorney the required d.'cu —ents evidencing the asi ir-rent and the resolution of lha Baptist Hospital together \ ittl c cashier's check for the full purchase price. of Lebanon Hospital's is that the 1" acres are valid option. The decision this land should contain a p was made in 1957 and has • in confirmed by subsequent real: of the option. Therefore, Cedars wishes t" mmarize and restate its position ^[iC BANK FOR YOU... We know vMf on -td to your old bonk — bu offorton Notional hat boon on tho scon* now lor ntno month* and hot boon greeted onthuaiattically by hundreds o* your friends ana* neighbors because Jofforton National treats thorn as friondi nnd noighbors. Wo offer tho full service* of a commercial bonk. Try our Installment loan Department for the lowest rote on installment loans in Dado County. If you ore an early riser, our drive-in windows open at 8:00 AM and dose at 4 00 P.M. Our regular banking hours are f.em :30 AM. to 2 00 P.M. Try u* td enjoy the friondlimit and neighborlinost of doing business with a cordial and progressive bank. JE 2-6451 JEFFERSON NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI HEACH 301 't STREET (Arih.i Gadl'tr Rom il Pmelree On.i) MWMHi *BM *iu*vl irs't* rii.i*, ot*Qi • *.• MftMIMMM • • regarding the acquisition and utilIzstiOD '.I tli" 111 acres as follows: 1 Cedars 1 Lebanon intends to utilize the land in the best interest i the pul ic by furthering and n i1 ting Ih %  ever increasing medical needs 'if Dade County. 2 i e % %  !>* "i Lebanon s plans il ,i reased ex ; ixpayer. 3. Cedars, as a community, voluntary, non-profit institution is helping to meet the present ar.d Tuture msdical nteds of Dado County citizens and asks for encour igemcnt and support in this p %  i. -|he use i : this land iin acturd with the recommendations of planners as Ralph arki r, M.D., medical director ot (he Roches*' r Re ;ional Hospital .., il, one -I the oldest and most renowned planning organizations ;'i the country. 5. The utilization of this land pfter study and research by our !:.;inl el Trustees, Medical Stall. and in consultation with recog nized hospit; 1 authorities, will insure that Its use will not duplicate txisting facilities in the eommunitj C< Cedars of Lebanon fully intends to 'ink with appropriate County agencies in developing a master plan tor the best utilization EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: On behalf of the American Jewish Committee. I should like to publicly expr-ss our appreciation | to you for the splendid Nov. 27 supplement of The Jewish Florid ian on the American Jewish Committe. both local and national. We thank you not only for this means ol informing our commun ity of the history and activity of our organization, but also for your very full and complete portrayal which reveal usearch and insight. It is not just a matter of good publicity, as such, for which wi are grateful. It is our realization the American Jewish Committee cannot fulfill its commitment of service without the cooperation of an informed, knowledgeable and understanding community that makes us so appreciative of your contribution. MRS. CHARLES FINKELSTEIN President, Miami Chapter ef the Metropolitan Medical Center Complex. 7. The present Cedars of Lebanon Hospital building occupies 132,552 square feet on 6.027 acres. The proposal from the County Planning Director that 3.5 acres of land would suffice is contrary to hospital planning authorities' r e c o m mendations. Specifically, it would be impossible to construct even one facility, since it would leave no room for Cedars to comply with the County's own regulation recjardinq of'-sireet parking. Further, this proposal would leave Cedars no room for future growth. 8. Comment has been made con c ruing the relative value of this properly which, il available lor commercial use might have validity. Since the use of this land is restricted, the value of the land is immaterial. Your attention is directed to the fact that under the Trust Agreement of the Dade County Port Authority, properties defined in certain Trust Agreements between the Dade County Port Authority and the Chase Muphattan Bank and as Trustees, dated October 1. 1954, the First National Bank of Miami and the 'and not being for right ol waj lor the toll highway as described in said trust, this land may then be conveyed to a non-profit organization for hospital, medical and scientific purposes. 9. The need for the action that Wnt taken by the County Commission on Dec. 1 was necessary so that Cedars of Lebanon Hospital could acquire the land, make plans for its use and develop a fund raising program. Time is of the essence in order that we gain the benefit of many interested large contributors. In view ol the above we respectfully and lincerely urge that the County authorities sustain their former decision in authorizing Cedars of Lebanon Hospital to proceed with its plan-. HARRY L. LEWIS, President Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Threats to U.S. Jewish Survival Are Examined Continued from Page 1-A the rate of acculturation by Jews has proceeded much more rapidly among Jews than among any other group in the United State-. Yiddish, he said, was dropped more rapidly by Jews than any mother e by cilier groups. The huh rate ol intei man iage, he asserted, was a major threat and the most ihat coul I bi hi ped for was to contain it %  •' the present I He calle I "bi ilogical suicide" r< atesl and least-disi threat to lewish survival, adding thai almost ;.ll American Jewbelieved in the small family, but ••nobody talks about it." "There is a conspiracy of silence," he maintained, •'because e are all engaged in it except a very small segment of the Orthodox community." 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".-.* inn ?=ge 6-A *• Jurist Heritor Friday. December la German Options By MAX LERNER Eban in Talk Before UN Assembly the moral tasal of the Erl ... statute ol %  %  i crinv Lical implicate ft •^\ a declaration cf political equality For 20 yean ave had to piaj trie rok <>f a second-class r.. I B -• m power as the French The> I | dM burden of puM they c; rr.eo and they had to accept the occupation armie< and :*.tor the bar. on nuclear ipM No A :: I read therr. rlfhl they have cecided to assert that I vrUl carrying the guilt-load that they are a nation TV p -var is over If Ir u Germans are inrme to say la the Western world. ..bout it However much they mav chafe at the .1| -. Kill imposed on the German military potential, the) are j .iay to express their protect When IBOJ .".e the war neat absolution Not only ; Una %  Map in the fact r I tint! dead and alive, it means cuttin, SBOT1 the political ation of • presenl generation of German youth for whom Nazism ili becoOM an unremembered abstraction and th" history of the Hitler pped of moral content It was to meet the needs of this generation that Hannah Vogt wrote book Guilt or Destiny" 'Should oder Verh; r.snis" as a -chool %  after the anti -Jewish outbreakof 1959 Alter sellii to a million copies in Germany it is now published under the Eneli'h en of Guilt A Short Histcry of Germany. 1914-1945 \ford Happily the German school system today is adopting a nura•: of Don-nationalistic textbooks If the others are like this one — lucid, compassionate — then there igreat hope for demo • ic political education in Germany All the more reason then to -k whj the Erhard regime does not continue to give such textbooks • e 'hort .. hanically at a certain date but continue until justic has been dene — if indeed it could ever be wholly done. I like the comment that the American phitMpI I I Hannah Arendt. made in a recent article about the standard plea of the Nazi acd — that they had to obey the orders of their superiors The true polirJeal question. Miss Arendt sa>s. is not that of obedience to a superior but of support to a reizimo The real guilt of these men wai not that the> continued to obey orders but that they were willing in the place to take on the jobs, often even seeking tut-m. and thus gave :ne regime support. The old generation of today, includinc men like Adenauer and Erhard and the late Theodore Heuss, despised the Nazis %  ever gave them support Many of the middle generation, who en Hitler came to power, live in a moral limbo of nothing Ii is the younger generation that i still open to democratic The Germany of today is the most wooed nation in Europe, wooed e French, the Americans, the Russians It has at least three major ,t MM acompared with 1945 when it had none It can move toward e GWlQe'S Europe. ;iAdenauer wanted to do and would have done had he Stayed in power, in such a case it would be France's partner. : Jt scarcely an equal one. -ince the French would use German techc. 1 kilK and Industrial strength in building up a European'' nuclear r e but would give the Germans no control It can move toward the Russians and sign a separate understandg with them, very much the way Foreign Minister Walter Rathenau id at Rapallo in 1922: this is not excluded as a possibility some time before the end of the 1960s although it goes against the grain of the present German leadership Finally. Germany can continue its special relationship to America. thu> helping to bring abcit a genuine Atlantic partnership between America and Western Europe For the time being, the Germans are closelv t.ed to the Americans. Eut not Erhard recent doubts about accepting the MLF proposal as it stands and hi> hint that Germany may be coming up with a plan of its own In agreeing to the lowering of German grain prices on the European Common Market, the German chancellor is acting the part of a good European, ahe does also in the German plan for political iti-iration in Europe. German policies today are as little nationalist as that of any nation in Western Europe. But German self-confidence. ai' sees a gro w i n g number of options open to it. is a growing thing. It is a serf-confidence based on Germany's improved bargaining position. Partly the Germans have earned that |w>>ition by their technical skill and business zeal. But partly also it DM been bestowed on them. De Gaulle's view is that the Americans are bestowing it on them BJ giving them an important place in the mixed-manned crews the MLF nuclear fleet. But the charge can be turned against him. [1 is de Gaulle himself who. by taking so intransigent an anti-American stance, has put a premium on Germany's support. It is he who has re'• ad Germany's new found options and given them their new feeling independence % %  s '.TOONS — JTA — Is\'orM MRS week r \ r rob I em %  ereignty and rst n ar %  : I ng Ilex Nat M General Asoemhh, by Deputy Premier Abba Ebin. vrni seMrassed the 115nat:on rxxU .n general debate He ai-o niscu-sed the UN's financial crisis ind 'M (K-acekeepiim operationon-' ot them the UN Emergency Force gaardfng Israel's border against Kc>pt He praised the accomplishments of the third session of the Ecumenical Council at the Vatican for approval of a declaration clearing the Jewish people of all charges o' deicide and condemning arti-Semitism by name. He alluded to the persecution of Jews in Russia and insisted Israel must be recognized as having a rightful place among underdeveloped countries now organized in the UN to get more help from the afluent nations. He spelled out Israel's role in science and technology and offered to share tins knowledge with the rest ol the world He criticized Free Loan Group Election Slated Annual election meeting of the Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Association will be held on Mon day evening at Beth El Synagogue. Rabbi Solomon Schiff w ill deliver the invocation and be the guest >;eaker Isadore Schwartz, president of the Association, announced that during this past fi-cal year, the demand for loans, which are made v ithout interest or charges of any kind, has been the heaviest in the history of the organizatiMi W( -t Germany*: refusal to extend itdetdftM lot the prosecution of Na4U W 44. i i Ht ;pported the doctrine of prohibiting frontier changes b'. force Turning to the Middle East he said N and no less if required, than the application of theprinciples of the IN Charter He pointed out thai the Midrib Fast is not a uniquely Arab ana. but the authentic home of many peoples, cultures and faiths and that the Arabs do not grasp the depth, passion and total authenticity of Israel's roots in Middle Eastern history' and life. In an impassioned call for peace and global unity, he urged strengthening the sovereignty and integrity of states; defining UN peacekeeping responsibilities; giving rnv impulse to the UN Disarmament Conference; accelerating the progress of the developing -tales; advancing towards the completion of decolonization; UN denunciation of discrimination and intolerance; and improving the UN's effectiveness for international unity. There wa loud and prolonged applause from the delegates at the Assembly when Mr Eban con eluded All of the Arab delega tion> were present, although they refused] t Q Aral. Ms • %  • p ,., spcajtin* *i* hf&ajl Arab Mi ^ But his remark marked by im ^ sk an tataSi JWWW MIAMI'S FINCST eeeea CAR WAXING I SAM TENDLER'S 13th Sf. I N.I. 2nd Am — oprosm USES — ••••••Fit 4-8579 eee.ee : SUN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Of AMERICA TakePlea-iire In Announcing The Appointment. \. General Agent. 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Friday. December 18, 1864 •Jen1st thridiSftti Paqe 7-K Rabbi Hollander to be Guest Speaker At Merkos L'inyonei Chinuch Dinner A 'At. \ %  f^m L. Planning 'he fourth annual banquet of tho Merkos L'inyonei Chinuch at the Coronet Hotel on Sunday are Metro Commissioner Alex Gordon, honorary chairman; Rabbi Abraham Korf, executive director; and Israel Naness, guest of honor, who will be celebrating his 85th birthday at the event. Merkcs Banquet Slated Sunday Merkos L'inyonei Chinuch, eduction.il arm of Ihe Lubavitcher movement, will hold its tourth anm.,1 banquet Sunday. 630 p.m., at i le Coronet Hotel. Metro Commissiner Alex Gordon, o is honorary chairman of the "inner, said that proceeds will be i -id to increase facilities at Camp .in Israel, kosher camp in the southeastern part of the I'nited s utes, Camp Gan Israel was purchased last year through the efforts if Rabbi Abraham Korf, regional Jirector of the Merkos, local nembers of the organization, and Israel Naness, who is guest of honor at the banquet, and honorary president of the camp. The camp, one of many throughout the world under the sponsorship of Merkos, was set up to expose children to a Jewish education and to provide a refresher during summer vacation. In addition to its education facilities, Camp Gan Israel provides the child with numerous recreational activities such as swimming, li-hiny. hiking, and arts and crafts. El A! Film To be Shown The latest El Al film on Israel v ill be shown at the B'nai Zion meeting set for Thursday evening, Dec. 24, at Washington Federal. 1234 Washington Ave. Program Committee is headed by Samuel A. Reiser, president, Dr. David Leffler, vice president, and includes Adolph Ecker, Louis Leberman, Bernard Silver, Harry Freed, Julius Rapaport, and Morris Yudevich. Rabbi David B. Hollander, past president of the Rabbinical Council of America, will be gucsi speak ir at the lourth annual banquet sponsored by the .Merkos L'inyonei Chinuch at the Coronet Hotel on Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Rabbi Hollander headed the first delegation if rabbis to reestablish religious contact with Russian Jewry. From 1956 through 1962, he visited and addressed audiences in such famous cities as Vilna. Riya. Kiev. Leningrad. Moscow, Bucharest, Belgrade and others. During one of these trips, he accompanied a thousand refugees from Poland, Hungary, Roumania and Egypt to their new lile in Israel. Rabbi Hollander was ordained at Yeshiva University, graduated from Brooklyn Law School and Dropsie College, and served as a delegate to the World Zionist Congress in Jerusalem. He represented U.S. Orthodox Jewry at the Chief Rabbis' Conference in London, was a rabbi at Mount Eden Center in the Bronx, N.Y., and served as president of the Metropolitan Board of Orthodox Rabbis. Rabbi Hollander will discuss "Jews without Judaism—Is it Possible?'" He will also view the status of Ihe Jewish Woman—Inferior or Different—Which?" and 'Which Way for American Jewry—Orthodox. Conservative or Reform'.'" On the subject of "Russian Jewry Today," he will speak on the truth about anti-Semitism and the survival of Judaism in Russia and the satellite countries. MB8I DAVio HOUANDH 49'ers to Hear look Review Porty-Nlners of Temple EmanuEl will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday. 7:30 pin.. in Sirkin Hall. Irving Schatzman is president. Review on the current bestseller, "Friday the Rabbi Slept Late."' by Harry Kemelman, will be presented bj Louis Schwartzman, executive director, Bureau of Jewish Education oi Greater Miami A social houi \wll lollow the book review. Lewis Elected President Marvin Lewis, of Food FanStores, Inc.. has been elected president of the Florida Houscwan 1 Club. Associated with Food Fair here for the past 17 years, Lewiis now non-foods and Merchants Green Stamp buyer for the chains Southern Division. Israelite Center Youth Groups Both active youth groups at Israelite Center are under the direction of Alan Stanley, a political science major al the University oi .Miami, where he is an officer in ihe Phi Fpsilon Pi Fraternity. He was an active leader in Shield of David. AZA of B'nai B'rith Youth. When Stanley attended Coral Gables Senior High, he won the state Championship in extemporaneous public speaking. Croup of junior high age meets every Sunday morning. Activities include bowling, roller skating, parties, community service lectures on history and current events by Rabbi S. T. Zwirsky, President is Karen PloM.in; vice president. Barbara Yudin; treasurer. Lea Dann; recording secretary. Rela Post; and corresponding secreItary, Barbara Plotkln. "Young Israelites" composed ol students In senior High School meet .cry Sunday at 7 p.m. in the Social Hall. Activities include social functions, sports, community sen ice, guest speakers. President is Sue Resnick; vice president, Paul Snyder; treasurer, Amy Dann; recording and corresponding sectary, Brad Winston. Temple affiliation is not required for membership in the groups Joseph E. Levine ^SOPHIA MARCELLO Loren lyiastroianni VITTORIO i lYlarria$e <$A Italian Style f)pa *> v MWFfW? %  SUNSETTICKETS NOW AT BOX OfFICE OR BY MAll! box office open 10:30 to 9:30 VR* Tecmiicoione SURE f ANAVISION* ;O FROM WMNEK BOS. 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II %  in r Pcga 8-A *Jei*r fkridlsar, Friday. December 13 1964 UJA Asks $109,400,000 Drive for Year Ahead Continued from Page 1-A -h key %  ~ : Jus.1 the people of the • These : -• • You have manifested a spirit o* char 'v, v-Irhout which this world wsuld be a barren place indeed Chef Justice Warren sa'd Tnere a'e so many things esse-ifial to a good society which a government by its very nature cinno* sucpiy. True charity with the warmth and love which go with it .i one o' these things." as happened in Israel ai -. philthropy's part ii :ndeed a Chiel Justice ^ald :ld it ::ot be a miracle of miracles if Israel turned out to be a pilot plant, showing how at last : grinding poverty •rhicfa i • lemns so many people i r • to unsatisfactory lives oe abolished? The success of %  • --. its that the problem of the i and lerdeveloped areas in the not beyond solution at all. ii m dec ide to solve it. 'If th Ni • v could be made to b.oisom through voluntary #ifts riduals, cannot the Sahara %  rn through equal1} voluntary ..its of great naJDC Set $28 Million Goal Continued from Page 1-A Dr. Joseph J Schwartz, executive chairman of the Development Corporation for Israel, lornier overseas director general of the JDC. and chairman of the JDC 5<-th anniversary committee; and Charles H. Jordan, director general of JDC Overseas Operations. Warburg, who was redacted as JDC chairman for the next year, paid tribute to the "extraordinary generation of American Jews who came together in 1914 to create the Joint Distribution Committee as a lifeline to needy Jews in other lands, as well as those who followed them." "In this half-century." he said. "JDC has expended some $810,000,000 to aid more than 4.000.000 Jews in 80 countries. It has been instrumental in resettling nearly a billion refugees in Israel and additional scores of thousands in other lands of freedom. A major part of this humanitarian record was achieved in the last 26 years— since the I'nited Jewish Appeal %  l 3 < established in 1939 with the JDC as a constituent agency." lions" the ihief Justice po:nted out. It ci airplai es ai -•••. Id bt e available to a your.; >:ute. through those following ere;.>es toward people they regard a< theii kin. would it not be a m.i. example of uni! if the example into a worldwide p!an : ance. nai : throu • the atively .... ..... p:in%  bare, i • were 1st the S 1 Joint Dis ution 1 • mmitti \ h M< yerhoff, a L'JA general cl Uiam Rosenwald. of New York: and Stm of Boat Louis A Pincus, treasurer of the > for Israel told the dele.. at the year 1965 will Linualion of the record wave of Jewish immigration which 2JO0O0 men. women and children into Israel over the past four years The minimal needs of the Jewish Agency program total $75,600,000 for next year, Pincus said. He pointed out that the largest single items in that budget are for the transportation and care in transit of penniless immigrants en route to Israel, for their reception and other forms of initial assistance and for immigrant housing. Pincus warned that "we have reached a situation where an in creasingly great share of the cost of immigrant absorption is falling upon the Israeli citizen because the participation of the Jew people outside ol Israel is d< creasing lieyerhoff underscored the plea by Pincus for American Jews to assume a gn ater -hare of immigrant absorption costs in Israel. PIANO LESSONS I Year home or 728-41 st St. Studio. Easy Method Rapid Progress REASONABLE RATES Eurooean 4 American Diplomat | Coll 532 1721, ext. 640 EXECUTIVE SECRETARY! for SYNAGOGUE RELIGIOUS SCHOOi OFFICE. Accurate stenography A typinq required. Write EJ., lex M73, Miami 33101 I Projectors Cameras TAPE RECORDERS SALES SERVICE RENTALS STEVENS PICTURES 9701 N.E. 2nd AVE. Ft 8-2080 MIAMI SHORES Flamingo Chapter Meeting B nai B'rith Women. Flamingo < hapter. general meeting was to be held Thursday. Dec 17. in the Citizens Federal Meeting Room. 400 Hialeah Dr., at 8 p.m. Program to ieature a speaker from the Better Business Bureau of Greater .Miami. FOR RENT IA*GE EFFICIENCY SIS Week Furnished. Also Utilities. 860N.W. llSthSf. Ph. 758-3950 WIDOW Refined, Middle aCs, weoM like to meet gentlemen of refinement, object matrimony. References exchanged. Confidential. Write WF, Box 2973, Miami 33101 touts OTM CLOTHIS 'ION yim ORIGIN, rassn ORIGINALS "We who are bl esse d by living in the f:ee and affluent society of America. said Mr Moyerhcff. "'must tak" a larger responsibility in constructing a great society for the 1.500.000 uprooted Jews who we helped bring to the haven of Israel. W< cannot allow the ratio of absorr>". ista to remain so unbalanced — two-thirds by Irael's h. %  and one third by L'JA supp ters .:. im ri Mrs R -• %  :. Hi pen chairman of the A an Seel the Jewish Agency for Israel, called the continued immigration to Is rael of 250.000 persons during the four-year period, "one of the moat amazing migrations" in the hi-tory of the world. "It is a tribute." -.. said, "to Ihe determination of the Jewnf Israel to keep the doors open to .ill Jews who need and seek a haven in the Jewish awell L.> to the gei • > •'. if the Jew of the world whose financial aid hai helped make this immigrati i possibl R il bi Herl ert A I L'JA executive vice chairman r a ,u the -vision and statesmai %  '%  „ ^ the American Jev ish I, ^ which created lh. • Eg Appeal m mo. an turning core ol -h.p has for*. %  greatest instrument of J and Jew I ^ ur %  •Ove, the • • „ "UJA : :..'*• and rebuild the 3.000.000 J, 'J and oppress!. %  in Israel and oi2 ish comm mil % %  I DAKS These Famous Labels mm At Important Savings "Soot* HwUl'l '...-..I Q.mhff Clmtkitr" Mt Lincoln M, Ml. 24M I. SaariM %  *, Ft. La.d. 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L'day. December 18, 1964 +Jm1sti f/wrudmin Paqe 9-A Wide for the Holiday Season Here Association of Great'', i ek issued "A Guide j sh Families Regarding Iristmas." The Guide was isI I Or. Herbert Baumgrrd, i n (I Kabbi Solomon I itive vice president, on lull • the Association, who exI. the Guide is in re[ a "\ inquiries by countFamilies in the com; lestions the Guide ane following: in i %  !,r t Christmas a national holid„ which all Jews can observe 'ii good conscience? I i government agencies %  ml above all things | i.1 major Christian laj which celebrates the j ii us. the Christian Mes|.h suggest to" our Christian at Christmas is anything ,., II I (I be presumptuous. I i • not in the same catcbrj rhanksglving Day, Fourth D( i oration Day or any pher American holiday. Since we not regard Jesus as savior, we %  n not in good conscience observe I as. To do so is to violate [at r igious principles. How Do Christian Clergymen and the Responsible Christian Laiety Regard the Problem? nsiblc Christian leaders be•c perversion of the Christtahbis View Intermarriage Continued from Page 1-A il the acculturation process and i passing of the Jewish inimiant generation." Bernard Pesnikoff, director of jRamah Camp, told the conference that Jewish social workers [have an obligation to point out lie clients contemplating interlmarriage the consequences of I such a step, and to inform them lot the growing evidence that [mixed mariiage has less likelihood of success than intrafaith [ marriage. proposal for the establishof an Institute on Intcrmar was made by Dr. Robert s, of Temple Beth El, Rock Park, who told the conferthat the task of the Jewish niinity today is "to create inivsources of cohesion and loym order to reduce the price tirmarriage that results from L: in an open society." mas season and are trying to do something about it. Christian clergymen and laymen constantly .-peak mil against the commerciali/aiic:-, af i : ie Christmas celebration. It is a religious holiday, and should be re ;arded as such. Would it not be the better part of discretion to "go along" wi'h our Christian neighbors, even if it means observing Christmas? No matter involving violations l strong religious convictions can ii" re II de I as tn\ ial or minor. The true spirit oi Americanism Id never compel anyone to act ;n conflict with his freedom of conscience. Our earl} American forebears fame to these shores precisely for the opportunity to worship c l according to the dictates oi their hearts. What about the Christmas tree? The Christinas tree is distinctively a Christmas symbol. Since Christmas is for Christians, the Christmas tree is appropriate for Christians only. The Christmas tree has no place in the Jewish home, nor should any Jewish child be compelled to participate in observances involving Christmas trees. Should Jewish children participate in Christmas parties in the public schools? Christmas parties have no place in the public schools. Where the parents feel that the parly is free of religious content, children may certainly participate. Is it appropriate to give gifts to Christian friends? ii is appropriate to give Christ:: as gifts to our Christian friends. However, it is not appropriate to present Christmas gifts to Jews. Should Jewish children sing Christmas carols? N i. Clio 1 .-, being religious hymns, do not belong in the public i school. Jewi h children should not be required to sing hymns which 1 embody a theology they do not i cept. Do we harm our children by directing them not to participate? No. The assroom ione among many places which reveal the, existence of differences. We fur-J tiier our children's personal growth and maturity by teaching them that they can respect the faith of their neighbor without embracing that faith. We can clearly mark these differences by such simple statements as "This is what we do" and "This is what we do not do." %  What about other Jewish children who participate in Christmas observances in the public school? There are now, as there always have been, parents who do not accept the viewpoint of responsible Jewish leadership. They proceed on their own when they permit their children to participate in Christmas observances. This contuses the children of parents who do follow the thoughtful recommendations of Jewish leadership. Officers and members of the Hebrew Academy chart plans for the Academy's 17th annual scholarship dinner set for Jan. 3 at the Deauville Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard. founders of the day school, will be honored at the S100-acouple function. Left to right are Prof. Georqe Pickar. Milton Kahn, Benjamin Appel and Louis Merwitzer, president of the Academy. 'See stoiy, Page 13-A.) Jewish parents will help their children most if they (1) accept diversity in the ranks of Jewry as a normal londition in the American environment; (2) know and I understand the thinking of responsible Jewish leadership and recog-, nizc that most parents are anxious | to follow it; and (3) assure their' children that despite the partici pation of some Jewish children. Jewish leaders have taken a strong position for non-participation in observances of a holiday not their own —and that this is also their position. Should Chanuka be celebrated in the public schools? No. To d i so violates the Constitution, use:, the taxpayer's money for sectarian purposes and jeopardizes me principle of the separation fit church and state, without which there can be no religious freedom. Would not the entire problem be solved in the public school by joint Christmas and Chanuka celebrations? No. it is a violation of the Constitution to observe any sectarian holiday in the public school, be it joint observance or otherwise. We (I i not correct an error hv i m pounding th" error Thi rent tagc %  r<: twav bee torn i in ity ii limn [low Association Robert H. Traurig announces th< |a


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10-A *Jen idfhi-Mian Friday. December 13, • German Justice Minister Firm on Ending Trials The delegates h.nded to pT Foreign Minis; r\ •en request Continued from Page 1-A A prediction that "one way or •nether" the statute of limitations for German prosecution of Sax' vnr crio-.inafs witT be ex•ertdec" w..s made in Washington •his week t>y Erik Blumenfekd, rrtettber of the West German Parliament. Bhunrafe :. nati I %  _.. period prescribed :or 10 moti ; irbo o commencement • at May 8. 1945 noulci be advance under a parliamen'.;;-.'• if cate in :<*55. wh n • Allies handed creabn to the Germans aad provided the documentary records on Nazi criminals t. Bonn then was %  possiitial date may be 3rd from 1945 ;• Sepnber. 1949 when the conttitution of the German Federal Republic took L'ffect H ii %  ei aware ii concerning this • :i in Par.• eek to protest ...amst U per• the ttatuti of limitations on • m il Nazi war < nals 1 I•• .' May The • r %  ition of Jew • S was one •-. larfi -i • \er h. Id in under Je>Raymind Scrim ittlin, vice presdent of the French National Assembly, on*: cf the speakers, called, on the United Nations to intervene on tht issue so that "justic* will be upheld." He also protested strongly against the continued activities of some 500 West German scientists in Egypt, working on advanced weapons system. He said they "now plot Israel's de:rection and the finish of a task they were unable to complex during the Second World War He %  tJia %  he '•' I eputy CosCe Floret. submitted a bill to t \-ntjl) ;-n> ba:i on p • ration :o: _:enoi He said >' hit .. i up for dis i have th MI port parI i anrl oi a\'. p> I ticii w Boutbieti viei president of the French NatKmal Rentstanee Council, aid •-. %  %  '. M led cat o West Germany ol Umitatii i status next May He world p ers to pa>s an international convent inn to exempt n-nm an\ limitation la^s ,. nst humanitv and genocide Previous)] a delegation reprei %  ontiBi throe major Jewish organeisn Ministry to seek French sup:zatio!.s in Fiance presented to the an Ambassador to France a protest against West German] skin port for the eflort to induce West Germany to cnange the decision "'ficials a lha hFrench ernment intervene =t baa time || tatives in Bonn lor the decision ,h e earlj Us r^Drn. a ehangt j The debates, representing the A' iance Israelite Universelle CRIF, the itspsentative council of Frencn Jews and the World Jewish Co--.jress, asked Ambassador Klaiher to inform the West German Government of the 'grave view" taken by French Jewry on the decision. i hi : that Weal German authorities act to changi decinon and to continue to pn secute war criminals. -' me 01 bom are auilty of the mo>t heinous crimes known to humanity after next May 8 Before meeting with the West German envoy, the French Jewish ti.ders tilled on the French ForCruise 28 Days complete for $447 to EUROPE, Spain & Portugal DECEMBER JANUARY. 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Tl December 18, 1984 'Jenisfi fhrkHati Paqe 11-A Former Air Officer Heads New Israel lovernment Tourist Office on Beach !w fought in the Is-. C | lflUP|H!HU!Nl£ IIUVll ought together again %  i S Perry, regional direc-l e i Israel Government LOOS Washington adjn.ent to the El At Israel ce lie.ided by Capt. • Iner, ii'.. I lira! k •y and Gardner were in the Air Force together in At the time, Gardner was ffictin charge of the Air ramporl Command. Israel Government Tourist here will it-main open unMarch," Perry explained, notion Is to promote tourproviding information both and in pamphlet form for ish and non-Jewish travl-T|llC( rr Imr in %  tally I IT |AI-i •erry is available for "tourings" with film shows at al hotels U year, some 240.000 tourists mi to Israel," Perry explained. that there has been a dee< ange in the religious makeLravelers to his country. -, At inning, some 85 percent n ewish. Today, tourists hide .it least 40 percent nonPrry explained that the visit pf Pope Paul VI to Israel did nucto spur Christian travel. lew York Club 'Ions Meeting |Th< New York Club of Florida eet Sunday evening at Wash [ton Federal Auditorium. 699 167th St., at 7:30 p.m. Nominating Committee will prePt its slate of officers to be elecfor the ensuing term, accord te to Mis. Sam Stark. Enter inmont chairman is Mrs. Jack olf. who will introduce Mr. and Bob Hunold in a vaudeville kit. (T..b leader is Harold Hyams. cte & BET AWAY FROM IT ALL *^y *>• swallowed by th clock? l.ving doily in o *tof of *hock' TOM ^our co'-s into th tas. Re Um yourlf omid th trs. B't nctt fighing all day long. Rv*l of night with win* and tang' A TARADISE' You can ba tura. .p> %  i dining for tha apicura. Ace ofr.modot.ons' Tha vary bait m charm for yov to rat. *Ka ,% this place wharaof wa boo%i 7 Jus I 20 minotat from tha U. S. coast. An Ulond colled Bohamoland Aiurp wotars, cltar sky ond *and. L *• lika a K ing .. and ba fraa. Com., bock to th 8.g Game Club Ml ANCHORS AWEIGH U ATEI BIMINI BIG GAVE riVICL FISHING CLUB BIMINI IN THE BAHAMAS ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON UNION HIGHLAND FRANKLIN MURRAY PLAZA NEWTON FR 3-5581 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET "For examp'o, last week, I was ca7Ted"TTpo*rr"ttnecture before a church group, and I am repedodly being .isked by more such groups for appearances. These people are onxious to learn about Ihe Land of the Bible and to visit It." The new regional director was horn in Prance, brought up in Germany and has been living in Israel lor the past ;:i years. During World War II. he volunteered as an Intelligencc Officer tor a six-year 'our of dutj with the Royal Air Force. Perry was ;. member of the Haganah and is a veteran officer of the Israeli Air Force. He participated in the sinai campaign. From 1959 tto 1963. he worked for the Israel Finance Ministry in Europe, then became attached to the Israel Government Tourist Corp.. which is a part of the Prime Ministers Office. "Part of my work will also be to visit travel agencies, airlines and shipping companies with offices in sSkS WALTER PERRY IN ISRAEL GOVERNMENT TOURIST OFFICE HERE. Miami."' Perry explained, "and if time permits. 1 hope to gel to other parts of Florida." The new regional director said that an added incentive for tourism to Israel beginning in May Apt Garden.*' he said, "designed by the internationally %  renowned Noguchi, ;iwell as the Shrine of the Book for the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Bronfman Biblical and Archaeological Pavilions and the Bezalel "'this includes the Billy Rose National Museum." of next year will be the addition tc the Jerusalem sightseeing tour of Mureum Hill, situated between the Hebrew University and the new Parliament Building. ami %  %  t; •;: %  woou !Htt'.!u't' HfllWUl ntauM eu UIWIMMI Only Bahamas Airways offers 12 daily flights between Miami and Nassau anil low cost day excursion fares to the out islands. NASSAU 38 A -*See your travel agent or ^ Bahamas Airways AN ASSOCIATE OF BOAC CUNARO/GENERAl. AGENI BOAC MIAMI: 377-1391 / FT. LAUDERDALE: 522-C77S / W PALM BEACH: 132-5515 daily B miami to %  nassau I 9:30 am I 12:30 pm %  2.00 pm %  4:00 pm I 6:00 pm %  0:00 pm %  daily 1 nassau to I miaml %  B:OO am I 11:00 am %  12:00 noon I 2:30 pm I 4:30 pm %  6:30 pm %  D.iLY NASSAU TO W PALM BEACH 8:30 am %  DAILY W. PALM IEACI! TO KASSAU 2:15 pm % 



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"— — ift r% Page 12-A ••Jewls* FUrHfrr Friday, December 18, i OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS Rabbi Harold Richter Of B'nai Raphael !d Richter up in Chica\ s and iied at • ralmud T : '• • rials the Kit in H as thro ti %  %  bi Is I • %  %  %  West :> in %  111 Rj • rial direcN of Greater m ter. ol Lo> i Beth Kodesh Book Month Kodesh Sisterhood honored sh Book Month at a luncheon Rabbi Ifax Shapiro reviewed Hie Deputv" bv Rolph Hoch. .' i. A musical program followed. Rabbi Richter studied at the HeTheological College ol Chill : rah Vo• :i. \ V vv here irdination. He re> %  %  tion at • the L'niverI I iti ersity ol Western Mi< higan rsity He -" rr.hbini%  • Nantic ke, Pa ; Olynt, Pa.: and th Hi Mich., prioi to coining t-> the Mi•%  tember. 1960 His is at the new. 'v-formed Caribbean Jewish Coni>r called Both Kodesh .11 South Miami Heights After a • there, he became spiritual ler at Dado Heights Jewish regation, now called Congretion B"nai Raphael, in Northesl D ide. In the p.i-t. Rabbi Richter was an active participant in the Zion• Organization of America and tor two years was Michigan resI secretary of the ZOA. Presently, he is secretary of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami and vice president of the Religious fraternity, Theta Delta. SILVER UNVEILING Dedu y I i IDA SILVER %  % %  M • S ie> Stepfciti Sunday, December 20th s I Dai ij '•• /'jl; with <_b!n M K.rper offU t Friem md relativearc %  • i to he present. BLACK UNVEILING Tht DeJKHii: SANDRA ELEANOR BLACK ilui'^/iter n| _.M mid Mr Pun. B %  -ijf place Sunday, December 27th, nt 2 p m. Ml \cbi' Cent: Car V ";.r1 %  N .itim Zeichnei will officiate / dj and rt :latti a .%  : _rt*>ij PEOPLE WHO ARE INTERESTED IN WORKING, SETTLING OR STUDYING IN ISRAEL TEMPORARILY OR PERMANENTLY can obtain information through the representative of THE JEWISH AGENCY, 1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Room 206 FRIDAY, DEC. 18th through MONDAY, DEC. 21st Telephone for Appointment 532-1707 OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW Office dealgna • %  d flemishing* facturtr %  Desks, Chairs, •of as, Credanzat, Lamps, EYerythlnf tec the Office of Dlsfincflo* pavuiwJ d nlon Md Mori** PAVLOW OFFICE FURNITURE". Inc 2S0I Southwest list Avenue Ifitmi, fiorirli RABBI HAROLD RICHTER Amons his interests are Hasidk lore and song He [eels that tthe I hilosophy of Hasklism is one which can combine the essence ol and the spiritual needs of miKiern man. Together with Cantor Jack Lenier. of B'nai Rai hael, he i> introducing Hasidic melodies into the Sabbath sen Teen-Age Groups Take Spotlight Temple llcnorah dedicated the Chanuka weekend to teenage group?.'The I'SY Juniors and'the Senior Youth Group participated in the late Friday evening services followed by a social hour featuring folk dancing. A teen-age lunch was served on Saturday morning, following the Sabbath services. A seminar on the theme, "Jews and Our GenNeighbors in Everyday L. ice under the dir< i I ol Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti and Miles Kuttli SJ turda: night, the ti foi dance i<> e "i the community U ere im itl icers a the Senior Youth Group are Diane Glickman, pi SI ai Mishkin and Sharon Krovetz, vice presidents; Esther Behm ra: nd Karen Beckman, 11 it ries -i n d Joel K.>pian irea.u Officers ol the Junior I'SY arc Marlene Si gal, president; Marc Sussman, .uo president; Ailene Kaplan, secretary; and Zvi Honor. treas i i Telephone Hlgfil.inrf d82?l BEEALEL'S ISRAELI DISCOUNT HOUSE Complete line of Religious Articles and Israeli Art Products LARGE SUECTION Of TAIISM, TflLUM AND YAMULKAS Special Attention to Bar Mitzvak Outfits B. D. COHEN 949 Washington Ave. JE 2-2210 REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest & Oldest Supply House for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale Retail ISRACLI GlfTS AND NOVELTIES 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 Miami Hebrew Book Stort ISRAELI A. 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. December 18. 1964 +Jmlsl>ncrictiai7 Page 13-A k ugious s, crvices iMi;miii • ii %  | LffM ISRAEL. 7*01 Carlyle Ave. %  £*c. Rabbi IMM Ever. S U, E E MET 2*33 SW MM Ave. I •vative. toAVID~Z9 SW 3rd Awe. ConII ,-, „.m. PulpM cu.-! Wi ivi I kudoi Rail" Joseph E. Rackovsky KutU IH> • a.m. hermon • -Jai uh Uvea l m. ITHTORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th — T~~l .... „.. I,. Conservative. Rabbi Max LipMIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 fe. Cantor Ben-Z.on K.rschenWashington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi P Abraham Strassfeld. aim. j ,'",,''-.,;,,V. MINYONA,RES CONGREGATION. Saturday < I a.m 3737 Bird Rd_Modern Traditional. :';.•;,';;'.;;' X ", n,'"' DHEV BMAWM.Vl Normandy Or. _".'_— Orthodox. Rabb. Ph.neas Weberk* RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. man. ST/jack L e a r b n b er Har d R Ch,er SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th Mfe, j.u^L.rner.^ ^ ^ ^ IV Conseryfl ive RMi Zev Gree nirdaj %  i m Brr' %  wa| dI „, of the Week." Ilai r >ldas "• and -'" %  p.m. Toulh bab%  -. ..,„ ,.r Mr, nnd Mr* i,.,h. Sermon: "Whal tan we i-.\' eld. Mim -Ma :. p.m. iieel from Our Youth? *'""','. -\ ., .in,. Si-rmon: "Portion of in,' eK. L:-S %  D REW CIRCLE OF Ml— • „„.,,.,-„ -. e tvi. 15'9 Washington Ave. Ortho, 5EPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. MB L.. — .;-. *,_.,:_A... o.w r,ntnr S;,di NailTEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Awe. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. FVIdny 8:13 p.m. PulpM sweat. Rabbi RU-hard 1.,-viton. Saturilay n a.m. Bar Mltavnh: Kenneth, -son of Mr. and \irAlvln Khermun. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. FVIday 8 p.m. Sermon: "Whal 1'nlten and What Divide* ihe Jewish I'eoi.l,-'.'" Saturdn> 10:80 H.m. Sermon: \\ hi n An l'i ople Iteallj I N ad?" — a TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservat.ve. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Steinor. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. -.. in.h< I %  : :. 'in %  %  \. • % %  I.uth ill anil i .i to. • TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Caitor Abraham Reiseman. Satui'dii) M M mill Ml'H .ho!,I Ml l I SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION VAYEHI Jacob blesses Ephraim and Manassch: "And Israel stretched out his right hand, and laid it upon Ephraim's head, who was the younger, and his left hand upon Manasseh's head." (Gen. 48.14.) Vayehi — Jacob lived in Egypt 17 years. On his death bed. he blessed his sons, predicting the destiny of the tribes that were to descend from each of them. Ephraim and Manassch. Joseph's two sons, were included in the roster of Jacob's sons, the heads of future tribes. Jacob died; the Egyptian rnysicians embalmed his body after the custom of the country. Jacob was buried in the land of Canaan, in the Cave of Machpelah, together with his ancestors. Joseph continued to provide for his brothers after their father's death. Before his own death, Joseph made his brothers swear that when they returned to Canaan, they would take his bones with them to the Promised Land. Joseph died; meanwhile, his embalmed body was placed in a coffin, awaiting the return to Canaan. 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 wolume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volumo is Joseph Schlang. i li> Rab i Dow Roiencweig in. Youth (Irmjp I toes H, sir urda) 8:3 %  a m dun of the Week." Mlnm. Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nahmias. Hrlda) %  • p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: 'Unknown Futun ," i in. • • ... ,. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. ConGLER GRANADA 50 NW _51it iervatlve 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. Pi fo'"" vr -• %  Rabbi David Ro ife.d. Cantor George Goldberg. i .-. rmon "The Youth ma r.ii" I raf< rnlty L i he toes Shalitwi 1-. %  n liar Mltsvah: Iktvld, I. Mra, Michael Caasoi l i -. i:. and 8:13 p.m. Sermon: i i|.ead< r~luii-In V\ hlcli lld„ s v.r. „ in Sermon: •Our I'mrlan hH and Their Imi Toda}." Mincha S:lo p.m. LBREW Ac7riE"MY7 2400 Plnetre. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall m 6 ^ASTE OF HEBREW A Weekly Column for Beginners presented by THE TAR3UTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE and Ihe AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION I dilor: DR. Mil OMO KOOI sll this linmc man? • mio Mi br< %  %  e* he do? wheic does de work? n an office I' cs he only work? *' %  he learns (studies), too "hen Joes he learn (Study)? lie Ic.uns (studio) in the evening He works dining the day and he "tuilies in the evening Where does he study? He studies in school What does he study? He uudiei English I hit's very interesting ,..; M .„ s .. .^. rz-j -, .v.ffsa •=•; %  *" v: -y --. wn .%  :•: =; wm ,K? .a-.ys r-r: mm 'tie/ft wn "c-K YOLR DICTIONARY FOR TODAY office — in 'he office only day_ •""'ing (in) the day evening in lh e evening Khool English '"'eresting — T1Z"5 TIV89 &f f — DT DV3 — 3">y. aiyn iBo-n-a JV>1M t'jyo young man the young man brother the brother what? he doe* he works he studies %  WO %  wnan nx tmn tm n ; :-y tm iajv K'' -1 TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. |., ,l.,, \ '..i |i.ni Sermon: "'Fiddler ll 9 i i" •"' rmon "The w %  eK I, |-„rtion -I th. Illlile." Bar Mlta\ li Alan. "Oil %  Mr. and Mm, Jon, : i, /..IN-, M. Has Mltsvah: Blli • n, ,1., i S hli %  of Mr. and Mr*. I*WIH Kaplan. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. r*rlda> vl". p.m. Sermon: <" irienl ... Alioul .i> H ,in llroadwaj. • TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Aye. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morrii Kipoer. I i iday 8:15 p m. Sermon: "Papa Jncoo I'omeK iii Town." Mra. Abraham sioin will bleaa Ihe Sabbath candlea. TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. PYldas 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Fllghl and l right." Suturday 8 a.m. Sermon: ••The Portion of tiii..-i .'• Bar Mltsvah: Stuart, won ol Mr. and Mrs, h win Zuckel man. • TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Raboi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Krldaj %  P >•' "etm. n: "A Rabbi Look* -ii the rhrlatmaa Hollo i ,,( in, ':. inn. ni, al I '• rlalon. <.,,„ eligioux committee • ill IN honored "ii Ida suth a —TEMPLE OR CLOM. Conservative S751 SW 1Mb St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April Cantor Nico Feldn'.in. I Siimoi "The j-inal %  |i,, l.ivli Knd Vouth \/\. M i %  zion, 7\ 122, Hill n. Siitui a.m. ,.. %  > ii ul l %  — • TEMPLE SINAi OF NORTH MIAMI 1210C NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Darnel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. %  i ,~, i n: "Putting — • TEMPLE TiFERETH JACOB. 951 E. 4th AveHialeah. Conservative. PYlilai "i:15 p.m Dneg Shabbal boated b> Mr nnd Mrs Mi iiMiller in heir "• %  •I'liiiK annh • aarj Sntur''a> a.m. Sermon: "The Weekly Portion of ihe i.a • TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brookt. Cantor Ben Diokson. ivi.lav 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Whal are ih, VVorda of on Pather?" Saturday |3 .i.iii. .<. : n: "la 11, .ill Ainu Life?" • TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. .TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernlek. Kriilai M;I ii in. Sii-mon: The nia' per of


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* 0\ w% Fage 14-A >Jmlsl> rhridinn Friday, December 18 Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOIA* Meeting Needs of Jewish Unmarried Mothers Occupies Attentk %  THE QUESTION of meeting the prob\ terns o! service to Jewish unmarried [mothers and of arranging for adoption lot their children :s now occupying the [attention of a number of Jewish comIntimities Mire than 20 of the larger lie wish communities operate services to (unmarried mothets who are licensed to [provide adoption services under Jewish ^auapices Abou' one-half of the communities with Jewish populations i.f between 10.000 and 25.000 are similarly maintaining services for unmarried thers and for adoption. So do more than 20 communities with populations be• een 3.000 and 10.000 Jews In several of the larger cities, such as Los AngMea. Philadelphia. Chicago and Cleveland, these services are rendeied by specialized child care ;i^er lie-. In New York City, the Louise Wise Services is a specialized agencj serving onmarried motherand making adoptive placements. Statistics on unmarried mothers are not exactly reliable, since illegitimate births are not alwayso reported. However, there is a marked increase in the number of Jewish children placed in adoption. In the course of one year. Jewish agencies in the larger communities placed more than 425 children in adoptive homes. Half As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL Crusade Against Poverty Next Item on Agenda ALWAYS and forever, we shall ** have the poor with us' Clare Boothe Luce think-<> Teanns into President Johnsons S947.500.000 on poverty several months before the federal anti-poverty bill -.-ned into law. MrLuce ted er New York Her: So long as icture oi > %  ,...,. ... .... taki .... • id v :ih it off the bottom. t, thi t abovi .... %  > of the Ci tholi :nc. inting out .it about the same t.me era Pope. In .inning with Leo XIII. h.imade it q lite clear that etforts to do away with poverty are a moral imperative. The words of Pope XI are especially pertinent: "Tie who ha.the UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Lock at the Rolls I'nited Nations AT la-t. .here ithe likelihood ^^ here that something fundamental may be done about the ever-present always dangerous, alwayirritating problem of the Arab refugees. li Laurence Michelmore. the American who heads the UN agency caring for the refugee-, has his way, the United Nations may tind out exactly how many ol the ''refugees' are -till entitled to relief; How many of the holders ol ration cards entitling hem to aid from the United Nations Relief and Work Agencv -hould continue to get such help in full measure, or even partially; how many "dead souls" can be topped off the relief rolls, since the refugee tanniienever, or almost never, report (.eaths; what the economic -tatus of the refugees i —how many are earning -ulficiently to maintain themselves; and other relevant data. In one way or another. Mr. Michelmore has asked these questions in the annual report he has submitted to this year's General Assembly. As commis-loner-^eneral of UNRWA. he has to tread lightly. Over him. albeit in a purely consultative position, there i an oflicial UNRWA Advisory Commission. Under the UN ground rules, he must show his annual report to that commi?sion. Since the commission includes, among its nine numbers, representatives 82..-)i<>.t>48 spent b) 13NM/A since it ae inio being in 1950. The %  omsremise between Mr. Michelmore and the Arab "h -' evident in the final report. Mr. Michelmore spoke time and again <>i the need to i" lif) the ration rolls. He -poke not only <>f the I, but ah ose w ho have fal ta to en We thai I gel UNRWA aid, and ol In e, perhj;i;i huh as 50 percent, who may be eniiti. Is of this world and sees his brother in need and closes his heart to him. how does the love of God abide n him?" That Christian leader then went on to ta) that charity alone is not enough; it •must ,i>take into account the justice that must be established and must never -atisfy itself with paliating tht disorders and deficiencies of an unjust • n %  s Ami thrusts ahead to a population of 200.tura with increasing effort to the 0 Americans who live in Sure, several thoue in tl itcasl and downcast ighl the opportune • • ,i> tin ir c ha! n Bui these are a n millions upon millions •> or trapped there by lack \i • Ichianism the withering awaj icullttral or other n ; a given area bj the evil -^ourge of racial dis crimination, or by other circumstances tot which they are no; to blame. What have we here in America: more than 70.000.000 employed, nearly 5.000.000 business enterprises, and a Gross National Product of around 600,000.000. But the poor, the ill-led. the jobless, the underemployed, the miserably-housed abound in the mid?! ol this plenty; and every effort by government to deal boldly with the problem is met with savage attackby the overprivilegee We -hall want to see first then how the governmint anti-poverty law will fare in the months ahead. Under general direction of Sargent Shrivcr, a number of youth conservation camps and job tiaining centers are soon to be -et up; the Department % %  %  ) ; %  --, children placed during the same year ranged f" Umi>W| Los Angeles to one in Milwaukee, in their s^"" *" secrecy and confidentiality, some unmarried Jew!? thers leave their home community, and seek other communities Recognizing this development, a r community agencies serve nonresident unmi thers. Applications by unmarried mothers from J town communities to the Louise Wise Services ^ York City had been increasing marked!} during few years. The Council of Jewish Federations a-TtS fare Funds, in studying the developments i n sen tunmarned mothers and in the adoptj, n Held ha lished that such programare found 111 conimur all parts of the country and in widely scattered Jewish community agencies with licenses to earn, adoption work exist in communities „.small ii estimated Jewish population, according to David fa taub. CJFWF expert, who made a study ol the pnhk Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ' Politics and Chess •he rU UUHILE thl has had much I .he removal ol K -la and ab .a new %  f a veril .; ting< K.M. and [capture ted ii I am refen ng ol • • 1 %  t lurnamem v bi< h I been in. in Israel William Jamespoki the :. ral equivalent all takeplace on ind ii :>.dless. The Preident of Israel was at the opening of tht •• ( lican and Democrat administrations ;'''", l0 as| ses m an effective and aggressive mann • ^ elected this year despite the 1 '"' ', th0 face oO cratic opponent by President Johnson, and -'> ^ „ Republican conservative oppo i candidaii forthright Halpern repudiation of !' ater. ..... \eitiil Sen Javits was not up for reelection I n Abraham Ribu-otf, 1 ruening, of Alaska, the I



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doy December 18. 1964 f I/-.M J#' ft*iriHlii**n Paqe 15-A LEGAL NOTICB 'i rOWNTV JUDGE'S COURT l\L AND FOR DDE COUNTY. fl \* l0 RlO* .N PROBATE NJ 6262o-C MM: TKISSEI.I.. : 'oF iNTFNTION TO MAKE i T ION FOR DISTRIBUTION ,, D FINAL DISCHARGE ,in i, .v given that I hn\ r ,,. v Final l:-,-'" and ivtill-n f..i .',!,,, n :tn I Final Wsehawe as •I -' %  "•• '•' *>\t.\E 1 I'.I'SSEI.. deceased: i... iS'h day "i Januan t,, Hi.Honorable ,,i u .. ..i l :n\v County, Hiii .1 -aid Final Reiiot I I,., iutian and final til*vdmlnistrntar ,.f ihe •-f ill, ..... f-I.Ulllcd ll.M-l'il. Ill .,. tl ,j s ,.; I ie.einli.-r. Is64. .V IAY CRlSTol. tiii • -(tutor % %  Estate l liotxrtn Ma* Trusewll, deceased .. Weititmub At Crlstvl ... ,i .: %  !i; -i A v. vltuml, Fla. 12 II -is-?'.. I i m ; t'n..i NOTICE UNDER riCTITIOUS NAME LAW v.c; is HEREBY aiVEN :. !. ijeslrlllg I<> ellKnltC ill I ,-. .nii-r the fictitious name of |Ki; INTBRNA i loNAI. at ::il N W I Curt, Miami Intends to register ; (i| in. c I.TU of the • "li : i'..'I. Gouuty, Florida. i. \-!'.i SALES, l.\r ,i in 'OT %  Hole Wner S \ KI'STKIN • .. -. loi Vppl • nit ':.... I 12 IIIS I I NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW %  :Y GIVEN that til engage ill %  it name "i • LAI'XDRY ill 1 \ %  \ I i 11. : l] li.I II'. I mil) i i i r\. >' .-;• INK T N .Tit 12 II 33LEGAL NOTICE ^IL(L BY HiNRY LEONARD r] "I don't know either, but I understand he was a big donor." Copi. 1964. Do.enu NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 13257 M Vl:\ A (!) ili.M.W, lMnlm ill. I i-"i;l:i %  i:i< %  .i A V ;i IDMAN. Defendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl >: FRBDRK' JAY GOODMAN. iii Manger Hotel Cleveland, i >l in Ton, FREDKIC JAY nooiiMAX, are hereby notified that a Rill of t'oniplulnl for Divorce has been filed ngulnal yon, ami you Bre required to nerve a ropy of your Answer or Pleading m the Kill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney, TAL1ANOFF, WALLER .* %  UTMAN, 110 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach ::'... Florida and file the original Answer or Pleadlug In the ofi'lue ol th.Clerk of the Clri nil fnurl mi or before the 5th da) of January. 1966, If yon fail to do HO. Judgment by default will he taken ngulnHl you for the relief demanded in the Mill of Complaint. DATttD nt Miami, Florida, thla 2nd day of December, A.U. I1MW, i: it. I.EATIIERUAN. I "i.ik. r.'lrculi court, i lade County, Florida By: I.. s.VKEDEX Deputy Clerk Talllinoff, Waller ,V l.illlialf I•_' %  Lincoln Road .Miami III uch, Flnridn Atlorm > for I'htintlff 12 1-11-18-25 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *tflftt#jfi Fkridlian solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial I K 3-46*5 tor messenger service .al) LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIEUEHY GIVEN that th. undersigned, desiring te engage In iH.-ii,.— under ii"' r, i i l :", v 1 .":""' v 'i. ELECTRIC MQTORH KALES AN" SERVICE al 8434 NAV. fth Ava.. Miami, int.iuls to register "ild • ""; with the Clerk of the Circuit I ..u" w li.ulit'miniN. I'l"' Ida. MOKKISW-ASS^^ ( LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE %  l I NOT'CE UNDER riTiOUS NAME LAW : i.~ IIEUEHY 01 YEN noil niring to engage In inder !i.-fu'tttlou* nume ol %  :.l IMA S .-A l.EH al 111 X.W %  iet, Miami Intend* to regloter ,nie w iiii the "lerk of the < 1l • of i MIL County, Florida. .v W SALEM Cl iltl". 11... i %  Sole •' ner .III! J. K'Ai.lSII %  for Apiilh'unt 1'iiit l:i.l12 1I-1N-:'".. I 1 NOTICE UNDER -"ICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  ICE IS HEIIBRY GIVEN that lenilgiioil, delring to engage In %  und< i ihe fietltioUH name of KAUK STORE UF Til Ml. Street, iila Inti nda t" r mil the Clerk of ihe i ..1. Count) FlorNOTICE UNDER FICTIT OUS NAME LAW \. i rii i: is i II:I:I:I:Y i HVKN thai Hi, mli i -1JI....I. IIOMII li Huge In ler the fictil line ol VMEItlCAN INSI'IJANCE I'HEMH'JI FINANCE I'l.A.N ill i'.U Hox H"'. Miami. Flu Midi it' nd In r. KHJII name >< lib Ihe i '!• rk nf th circuit ..ui t ••! i '.i... C nini ••. I lot dii ICI, VKER IXSI II \\' '' VI iEXCY, INC., II I'l i, i I'AII. K\\ I I'XEY of Silt I-I ateli K n< \ i Ait > for Applicant 4'."i Uncoln lloail 12 1-11-18-25 MAL I'Ai : veil a. h. I": i na 'i .11 MAX \ DIENER Soli %  •" ner TEIXiii:i:i, i %  : •if CIRCL IT COURT OF THE %  .TH JCDiCIAL CIRCUiT. IN -ID FOR DADE COUNTY. F.ORIDA. IN CHANCERY. ND. 64C 1328I.TEI \ %  iSEI'll .' VILTECX, ...nt CE BY PUBL.CATION MI.I: li "SEI'll I-AII. nddi .-.-. I ii.w Villa, I ..' .• %  irnl .: %  • reiiuli i i the complaint I'm • .i na ilnnt you, i tii the i th. .. i 'oui t Ulld Kei ve i .ill I '..In II. El i-ll Congn Building, Miami da nn ..1 In ire January 12, i • %  %  entered ugn ind • VTED, i ii • inber 3rd, 11*0-1 I |. I.I VTHEKMAN • i in i" i Vmrl li; : Mm guerlte Horford IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 65081-A IN RE: Estate) of jA.\li:s I, MARKS, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Creditors and AH Peraona Having clalma or Demandi Against ."-.ml Estate Y.in .ir.hereby notified and required to present ans ctatima and demanda uiii, h you may have agalnsl tineetace ol JAMES I. MAKKH deceas,„i iati .'i I hide County. Florida, to tinCounty .inii-'.s i.i Dade County, ,,. i rile i'l' name In duplicate and u H provided i" Sei lion : %  I l, '• lorlda Statutes, in Iheir offlcen In tli^ Louni. Cnurthou>in Dude County, Flor,.,.,, Ithin ,\ alendur months ihe time % %  Ihe first publication nine will be barred. I lated ill M laml, Flot Ida, this nus of November, Al' l" ; i lilt.I \ Mi IR \ M VUKS Aa Bxei utri\ First public-arion ,.t this noli It, [|.,j ol No\ • \ JAY CKISTi 'I. VI|orne\ t ir Kxi i itrlx %  > nrtheasl Isl Vve, L """' ,i '"''-' 1. :::. I2'4, 11. IS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DATE CO'.'NTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61047-C IN RE: Estate ol JENKINS K COHEN I .. IKCll NOTICE OF .NTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR Dl S TRI HUT ION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE iI %  given thai we havi I Hill oui : i %  Iti d '!''"" ,,.,„ ., |. irilinili.il II nd Final Ins•Hi .iKxi mors "t the esiati • I Jenkins K, Cnhi n, deceased: i nd ihai ,.„ ih> 6th day nl January. IWU. will apply to the HoiinraWe Counlj .1 idges of iiade County, Florida, for approval ol -a i i Final Report and for ili< llHcharge as Exi i if the aliovi -naiin 2nd iia> of l %  ••<•• %  inn and final of Ihe i Rtate cedent. Thla 1984, ANN VY, COHEN I.BON KAPLAN I.HoN KAPLAN of Myers, Heitnan .< %  Kaplan Attorne) ll.Mi s.VV. li-t Street Miami. Florida 33180 12 I 11 -iI lie NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIEHEHY GIVEN thai tii. underslanefl, desiring :•> engage iti liuslnesfi .i.i-r the liclltiouH name of IH'I I'S CAIHI.I.ACS al II3U K.W, ~-111 Si eel Mia mi, Flot ldn intend t" register sa III the 'lerk of Ihe I....I. County, Florida. 1.1,1 "VI ill SOCTH MIAMI 1.1. MI %  I:I i, INC Rj : Alfred A Weiss, President John N .' i..-.ui.. s.. i i iiRiSTii: .\ I.I:I'EXSTI:IN for l.l. ..i.l %  •;' South M .. i i I II Itcd, II %  12 I-11-1S-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN Ihnt Hiundersigned, desiring t" engage In business under Ihe fictitious name of PAN AVION STAMP COMPANY at P.O. I'.IIN •>'>'•. Miami Beach. Fla. 33139 intemls in register said name with the Clerk of ihe Circuit Court of Dade County, Flurldu, HARRY REICHENTHAL Sole I iwm i 12 1-11-18-36 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW VdTH'l-: IS HEREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to %  •IIK-IB.' In business under ihe fictitious name or Kiuii.i --RU.-I-: INTKUIORS at ••••t 2 :,| -•• Miami IV licit Intend t" '• nltl num.with the Cl" rk o tha ,•,,,,ii, i-iuiii uf Dade County. Hor> IIELENE Kl iKI'.l'/K Y r.i.ANi HI: ROSENP.I.ATT 12 I1-1N-2" 1 I NOTICE UNDER F'CTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that NOTICE |.H until %  i '' % %  • |J bus II. ss under the I \ ,:i.i I nl His N \li I". %  la intend nl naini > 111 the THE l nt, 1 Cii i in: Ida. i % %  ,ii .1 Dade Flot I" IRIS i\ SEP. 12 1 !-)-'-|v--".. 1 1 IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 60393-A RE: BUT VTK 1>F IM'I ii.I'll FELDSCHCII |)ece:is.-d. NOTICE UNDER NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW APPLICATION FOR FINAL NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN lhat DISCHARGE the undersign.'!, desiring to engage in I XOTICE Is hereby given thai we businvim l:l,: '" "'' ''"'' "' '"' f '"' 1 '""l""" 1 •'"" '"•" %  R SHOE COMPANY, Dlvis-j tlon for Final Disci i %  h.xecutors HUll on .ii 255 'of I li Miami. Florida III| SCHl'll .aid na ui, ,\ it I 1 ihi nit Court ol Hade \l IT \1" %  i,| i', ini from s.w -t'i Si tends i.. n Clerk ..I the i'H i 'ounty, i-i'" i la i VR1HUKAN Slli IB ''' 'Iti' ., Ni York en por i tlon uuthoi i/ to do husi • ;i. Ilot id \ o|a-> Sli in. I'l i : \1 VRVIN I. WIENER. I >'.' \ Insley ISIdg., Miami, Fill AI lor in i fol Cat Hi's an Slioi C< rli 12 I1-1S-2". 1 1 i lerk i: n-is-ir., 1 1 IE CIRCUIT COURT GF THE iLEiCNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT. IN ID FOR DADE COUNTY, c -ORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 12576 |{| s x.-. AS TKl'STEE iirr, : l-i • VCK and MERAI 'A IKS, IN. %  I Mi lalaniNOTICE BY PUBLICATION Mi 'III li M.I.ACK Ki • id. in-. I ukiion n "i VRE HBKEUY NOTIFIED that cumplainl lor cancellation ol an I inu ito i certificate has !"•• it P"i against > ,u In the above styled frnrt. 1 The "took certlfioate involveil IK: I'-" ill ai. No %  •.'.. for 118,750aharea I'J common capital utiK-k Issued by IMtRADA IMH'STRIKS. INC.. ami I %  "•r.. l | in the name of SKYIHWR POLIJACK on the slock I '; %  ','• %  "'• %  ledger of said MKRADA 'MMSTIUKS. INC.. -J. Florida coi%  wratlon. JOU ARE HEREBY KEQCIRBiD to your original answer or other "ig to Plalntlffi complaint in ffire of ihe irieik of the Circuit i w >a< '*' l uunl >' Courthouse. Ml'• porlda, on „r before the 12th ."' January. IMS. You are also l:id W aerve a copy of your njr upon PlnlnUff'a Attorney, Vl n MERMELU i'J0 s.VV. Third ""•-. Miami. I, T ida. 8S129, If you #.,,?. ""."i' lv herewith, a daoree by U iii be entered against you "'reliel :. leated In Plaintiff's ;,! ;'! v •' %  Florida, this I'.r.l n ib %  ..-.i I I HERMAN ] ol n> i 'inuii Court "> • P (X>PELAND Clel* Ui 11-18-80, i I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOROA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 10764 IHil.I.AR SAVINGS HANK OF THE %  ri Y i IF NEW \' "UK, Plaintiff, v "\ BKNt IN I "Si 'II et tit • I ., !. ndai • NOTICr. OF SUIT Ti i J, I'.a i l %  > ,'l I Si ,l..s |di Ri %  i:,.. si I. ils, in i,; %  .!. K .in ii Rural Rn Iti No Wooiiln' V\ llliam II '••ii.,.,j \„II Street .ll.iniii \. •nn rn. HIVon aiherein not •' the „l, ,x,. captl in i a. lion i .been lns,.mini ,..II.I-I you in th. >"•'": • %  .ant uf il.. Eh lentil < i""'> „ hiorida in a" I for l>ade Counts to rigage '.i|n.n the followIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 13232 MICHAEL KANIS, Plaintiff, \ s. Ji lYCE N. KA VIS Di fendanl ORDER TO APPEAR Yi If, JOYCE N. K VMS. I--' Aiden Drive, w oodbrldgi Virginia, ur. n nulre.1 lo Berve n of vour a.•->••-' lo ihe Complaint for divor i Plaini. i land.-VI. IMiriu -. • -: Calumet Hldg .Miami. 33. I la., nnd nl ii,.. original In the o cl the Clerk of tin'-'in nit Court, •• before the nth dn> of .lanuarj, ., |,,., ,.,.,. |>ro i 'onfi KSU ..i %  agalnsl you Daled Deci mbi i 2, lM. K. II. I.I-: VTIIERM VN i l, rk Circuit Com t ,.,.;,!! It) C. P. COl'EEAXD I li |, itj i 'lerk 12 l-ll-lt-2d nil r Hl'lKiLPH FELI>,,i,l tii.i • ..ii tlie Hi dn.i of January, l63 will apply to • 1..1..I.!. W I l-.I.A.NTuN County Judgi Dndi Coum Florida, for ..; %  : ..i mi final report mid I..I riiml ill ai %  _. aExecutors of the Est. RI ." %  I.I'll KEI.D.-• Ill II rt.ci ..-..I. This 27lli il I Novemhel 81 SA.VH'BI. 1' III DSCHCH HENRY XI IRTON HENRY S'l iRTt >N At i.a ney for Ex 12 I-I1-1S-25 In ing described real propi rt> I I lllorh I SIH1NBYBROOK ESTATES according <•• ""' '•'.' thereof, reeorded In flat Booji *. :,, |age 30 i.i il-Public Recorda of Dad.County, hiorida. together witn Venetian Itllnila. Von are reiiulred to file a reaponBive pleading I i plalntifl .oiiiHiaini with th* ClerU of ihe aforesaid touri. and serve a copy thereof. £ffiS n -P fJ n j: i,,-s gttorne) MARTIN I-INE. Dade Federal HuiMing. M.ami. Florida Mill, not later than 1c-mber J .1964. or a Decree Pro Confawo will be entered againat you. DATED: November 24. K. It I.E.VTHEILMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Cut (aeal) By: I' '•''' Deputy Clerk MARTIN FINE Dad* Federal Building Miami. Florida, ::.'.1^1 19K4. C.PI.I.AND 11/27. J2/4-11-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t" engage in business under Ihi fictitious nanie %  oi UNITED AMKIUCAX CNDERWUITERS al 14tl:i Drexel Avenue, .Miami Beaoh Florida intends lo reglstet said name With the Clerk of the t 11CUil Court Oi Dad* County, l-londa.. NATIONAL TELEPHONE ft ALARM CO INC.. Florida CotT11 27. 12 I-11-1N IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65063-B \ RE: Estate nl ANNA SCHVVARTZMAN a k a ANNA II SilIU Ain/MAN. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credit n and All Pi I sons Having Claims ur Demanda Agalnsl Said I an y„u In notified and required in r.">eiit any i luims and de I,I, n ...i in.iv lia\ against in. estate of ANNA SCHWARTZM VN 1NNA H SCHWARTZM \N di i • % %  —i late of Dade County, ;.'li a, to the '' ID Judges of I lade -Munii and • i. ihe same In di Hnd ns provided In K. ctlon 731 16, Floridit Statute", In their offices In Ihe CoUlll) Cult linn-. In Dade Cainiv. Florida, within .-i\ calendar montha I,,,m Hi, ||mi nl the lii-t publication I,, ,. ,.f ,., Hi, same u ill be bat red. Date,i nl ilav of N..v NOTICE UNDER SrfffK ,, M!'5Srfr Ity H ERBERT rn^TB SIDNEY WBINSTE1.N .--,.,, i iw ners CCTI.ER .V: BKRade Ounty. Florida. DAVID M. WOOL IN Sole Owner 11/27. It/4-11-18 Miami. Florida, this :!"tli iidii A.ii. I"..i DAVID HEIN AN Executor Firs! pitbllcatl •( this notice • %  Ihe it-i da> of l leeember, 1964, IRVING I'YI'CN LAW ol F1CES Attorne) for Ex*< utor P.O. BOX 20W, Miami I'.eaeh. I'la 12 I-U-1S-S8 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUJ Or FLORIDA IN AND FO D DE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 13533 Till. NEW YORK HANK FOR SAVIN";.-. Plaintiff., WILLIAM j'CDB c.l.I.INS. .t as. "•'•"'NOTICE OF SUIT TO: William Jude Collins and Shirley J. Collins, li wife. ;,lii i • i ii!-l 'i Iv* West Chicago, ill. You are herein notified th it the above cautioned action has been lnsi.iiii.il ngalnsl you In ih< cn-ult ,-,. in of the Eleventh Judicial • I cull of Eii % %  Wn ii nil foi Dad.couniv t,. t'o., cl mortgage upon Hi i following .i.ailed real propertv: |...t li HlcK-k I ol SIERRA M4RADA Sl'BDIVlSloN. accordina to the l-l.ii thereof, recorded In Phil Rook -,, al Page 27 ol th< I'ublii Records ,,f | i.i.i,. Counts Flot Ida. Yon are required '• %  "•' -i\.. pleading t.i plalntifl • ompla I „ itii the i 'i. : l> o| the ufo • .ilil •' ii an.I serve a cop} III; %  Ufa attornei M VRTIN FINE, Ihi h'ederul lliiildins, Miami. Florid nut lull i than Janiiat v l ,. ISlsi, or a Decree Pro t 'onfesso v. Ill hi %  against you. DATE! >: Dei ember S. 1961 E, B. LEA .HERMAN Clerk of tin Clri It Co iseall P.) K M I.YMAN i • piny i 'lerk MARTIN FINE Dad.I'. .I.I.I I Hllihllng Miami. Klorkla. : 13 ; -: ^ IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 63032-A IN RE: Esl II U'GCST WKEDE NOTICE'OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE Nt ITUT: iereh) given thai I ; have .i ,i i Final Rep irl ind Petll fot Distribution nnil Final H aa Bxcclll i li • estuti VL'Gl SI' WREDE, % %  .' nnd Ihnl on Rth dii) of J.inuar). ', >6 t,, ||i, llmi %  .... I.I Dade Count). I loridn for ai>| cal of Final Ri port and for dlstt Ihutinn an.I final dlwharge na Executor "t i ii,. estate • f the ab ne-nam. .1 di il.nt. This Jth iv of I i" i. • II '• KCRT W KI.1.ISCH |-:..II 111 th I -la.. ..f VI'Gl'ti : VVHHDE, i i-.i-.il. KCRT W i:i.l-IS.Il Attl.l lle> l.iT Alnu-ria Aye. Coral %  tables, Florida 12 11-18-85, 1 I Florida, with the nl Dade NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to ww H business under the flctltloua nam R |, cooK & COMPANl Floor, 101 Bast Fhurler Str Florida intendto register of at nth iet, Miami ,, I name with the Clerk of the Circuit L' irl at Dade County. Florida. i: I*. COt *K DAVID P, %  v -vi VN, ESQ. Atlo in ) %  '• IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 58277-A IN RE: Estate of B88HIH EI.KIN Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE ANO FINAL DISCHARGE Xi KTICE Is hereby given thai 1 have filed my Final Report and Petition for Distribution and Final Discharge ga Executor of Ihe estate of Bessie Elkin. deceased: and that on the 22mi day of December, 1964. win applv to ihe Honorable County Judges of Dude Countv. Florida, for approval of aald Final Report ami for dlatrlbutlon nnd final discharge as Executor of the estate id the a lii 'V %  •• na nied I, ,1. in This 23rd day of November, HARRY ZCKERNICK '\, ia II VRRY ZCKERNICK %  ne) i I:•• • l 11/27, 12. 1-11-1S IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65219-B IX RE: Estate of JESS A. POTAR, 1 iii-eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors, and All Peisons Having Claims or Deaianna Against Said Batata: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which >ou ma) have against the estate of JESS A. I'l .TAR. deceased late of Dade Cnintv. Florida, to the County Judges Of Dade Countv. and tile the same In dupllo&tfl and aprovided In fe'ectlon 7S3.16, Florida stat.ii.-s. iii their offices In the Counts Courthouse In Dade C i.v. Florida, wlth'ti s'.\ lalendai months from the time of tinflral publication hereof, or the .-amiwill inbarred. Dated ill Minii. 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Pcrae IS-A +. kwist fhrkKkwn Friday. December 1 8 Million Dollar Gift Goes to Technion Announcement of a SI .000.000 to Technion University was Tuesdaj Bight at the annual meeting oi tl.e American Technton in the DiLido Hotel The institution is Israel's largengineering school, and is tol in Haifa. Leo Rutstein, southeast regional director, said the donation came from the estate of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Gold, former residents of Coral Gables, who have long been interested in support of institutions of higher learning, both here and abroad. Chamber Adds Five Directors Five new directors were named I the Miami-Dade County Chainbe] oi Commerce Board of Director-, it was announced by John H. iburton, president They are Sidney Ansin. presidtnt. Sunbeam Television Corp.. WCKT-TV; Maurice Ferre. president. Maule Industries. Inc ; J.imes E. Garland, partner. Man rice H. Connell & Associates: William D. Singer, chairman of the board. Royal Castle System; and Frank Smathers. Jr.. president, I nited National Bank. Miami. Attorney for the Golds. Sydney I. Weintraub, stated that the funds will he allocated to a special project on the \lt Carmel campus Said Judge Frederick N Bnr.id. row ly -elected president of the South Florida Chapter, of Tech one oi the most geni-rous endowments ever received tn a locai resident. Of course ted It comes a> a fitting climax to Technion's 40th an> iversary celebration all over the United States The university, founded in 1924. trains scientists, engineers, and researchers from .ill parts <>f the free world Meyer A Baskin, :i pas) pros dent of the local group, read .i n ess • %  White House, .•eying President Lyndon B. .1 hn son's >od wishes on the oci -.n ol lechnion's aaniversarj Presidentof three local Technion unitpresided as co-chairmen of the 1965 kick-off meeting which attracted some 1.000 members and quests; Mr-. Milton Sirkin. president of the Miami Beach Women's Division; Mrs Morton Fellman, I residenl of the South Dade Chapter: and Mrs Louis Glasser, head oi the South Florida Chapter. Officers who were installed 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; and corresponding secretary, Harry Smith. Named to the Board oi Directors were Benjamin Appel, Morris Bernhard, William Bornstein. Dr. Maxwell Dauer, Mrs Frances Entire. Morton R. Fellman. Mrs Fannie C. Frommer. Joseph L. Iman, Abraham A. Grunhut, Mrs Trudy Hamerschlag, Bernard Katz, Rabbi Leon Kroni-h. Nathan Kushin. Dr. Irving Lehrman, Hy man Lieberman and Morris N. Lipp Giie>t speaker of the evening was Dr. Maxwell Dauer. professor of Radiatio.i Physics at the University of M'ami. and radiation ii i-t v. ; h the Di A of I i |o [J al Jaek-on Memorial pital. He spoke on "Nuclear Science in Israel and the United Dautr: "Use of nuclear er can provide water sources ( reate vast industrial anil %  ilture possibilities. Through the ork of Technion, Israel will soon u| en new frontiers leading to ecoi independence." Meti i t mmissioner Alex Gori m installs Judge Barad and his ers NCW! FRKi A REVISED EDITION Or FAMOUS 24.YEAR HEBREW-ENGLISH CALEND A J What Do Doctors Recommend Most For TENSE, NERVOUS HEADACHES? Anarin Tablets contain the pain reliever doctors recommend most for headache pain. And Anacin works /oat. In IS ssconds after entering jour bloodstream, Anacin is speeding relief to your headache. Anacin not only relieves the pain, but also Its tension and depression. You see, Anacin la like a doctor's prescrlptlon. That la a combination of ingreeMenta...a iptcicU combination not found In leading aspirins or buffered •aplrioa. Bur Anacla today. Al r %  ... t 0 hsohnel \m\ to oui readers. I oi pul writing. 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.L.njj< oman s IMorlJ "Oewish FloricMatxi Miami, Florida, Friday, December 18, 1964 Section B Council Will Study Middle Class Academy Women congratulate Mrs. Samuel Reinhe:: .eft who will be saluted alonq with her husband at the Iwe• Academy's 17th annual scholarship dinner set for al the Deauville Hotel. More than 2.0C3 oersons are I to attend the SlOO-a-couple function. Left to riqht [ 5, Reinhard, Mrs. Joseph Shapiro and Mrs. Julius RosenSecond annual joint session ot Ihc Greater Miami Section. National Council Of Jewish Women. will be held Jan. fi. 10:30 a.m., at the Dnpont Plaza Hotel, according to an announcement by Mrs. William I Brenner, president of the Section. Mrs. Gerald Kogan iin charge ol the program. Theme of the discussion at the session has been set at a national level and will include such topics i "The Immovable Middle Class Who are They and How Do They Relate t<> the Present Day Civic and Social Problems?" and "Are tin Comfortable Members of the Middle Class Right in Considering Themselves Jus) Innocent Bystanders in the Current Race Relations Crisis?" Guest panelists will discuss. specifically. "Pride and Prejudice in the Immovable Middle Class," both Mrs. Brenner and Mrs. Kogan revealed. Speaking on "Poverty in Our Community." will be Miss Olive Alexander, executive d i r e c tor. James E Scott Communitj Association Others are "School Integration," Mrs. Mayme E. Williams. assistant principal of Guidance, Booker T. Washington Junior and Senior High School: "Quality Education." Jack D. Cordon, member of the Dade County School Board; and "Our Changing Neighborhoods." Ernest Lent, director. Community Relations Board. An informal discussion and sum. mary among members will folllow. National Council of Jewish Wornen's first School for Community Action. "Equal Opportunity for youth." presented last year in 62 cities and "owns, has sparked dozens of imaginative new service projects lor children and youth across the country. Greater Miami Section lias instituted a pilot project ot teacher aid to assist the disadvan; -, l student at the Booker T. Washington Junior-Senior High School. The January .joint meeting of all i ight divisions ol Greater Miami Section will also highlight the founding of the national organization and celebrate the birthday of i;founder, Miss Hannah G. Soli iron, with a luncheon to take place at 12:30 p.m. The -cond annual "Day at the Races," a benefit event sponsor by the combined Nursery School PTAs of the YM-YWHA c: Z eater Miami, will take place on Wednesday, Dec. 23, _.m., at Tropical Park. Shown planning for the proqram are 'eft to right) Mrs. Herbert Krensky, Mrs. Samuel Gordon, Saul Miller and Mrs. Sheldon Zane. Mrs. Gordon is cm of the "Y" Early Childhood Development Committee. n J (\ %  *% BTJRIDtNjE'S •, .. ..„ v f MAJ-TW If by ISABEL GRCVE I %  Hi Mi i • ( ; %  the Joi Be: c at \ w h'. Los bri y family reunion earlier nth with the Bar Mitzvah %  n ee .-on ot Mr. and Mrs. Saffer, serving as focal The celebrant was sur• by aunts, uncles, great great uncles and cousins York contingent Includand Mrs. Al Sailer. Mr Irs, Leo Saffer, Mr. and ck Klein. Jack Fields. ields, Mr. and Mrs. Dave and from the West (oast. Murray and Mrs. Etta Ail attended the reccp the Fontainebleau in the :ifhonor For the oc Laurence's mother sea fashionable blue lace ith matching jacket localites enjoying the ties, the Bar Mitzvahs rents, Mr. a n d Mrs. -alter. Mr. and Mrs. Jut-enberg Also brothers, .0. Allan 8, many of his t( liabhi and Mrs. Sam ril, ( antor and Mrs. Nico •i Maj or and \i i Mel hard. and Mrs. Walter Berger, mi, who jusi left for the asf v ill celebrate their celling anniversary and I ar Mitzvah of grandson son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin r, during their stay there 1963, it was the other way The Californa Bergers Miami to mark the Bar h Of oldest son Barton •cision at the present as to %  • %  the family will celebrate : old Neil's coming of age Joining the family circle in -defor the double celewill be the Walter Bergers' other -on Warren, his wife and their Ihree, Bonnie, Lee and Laurie, of New Jersey, and Joel's other grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. Jacqueline Orden, Liberty, N V Judges were literally in every corner of the diLido Hotel tor the Bar Mitzvah party of Mark Feller, son ol Miami Beach Judge and Mrs Milton (Deanal Feller Among tf ise on hand were Judge and Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, Judge and Mrs. Irving Cypen, Judge and Mrs M al vi n Englander, Jud e and Mr-. Bernard Frank. Judge Al S'perstcin. Mayor (and also a former judge) and Mrs. Melvin Richard, Councilman and Mrs. Roberl Turchin, Councilman and Mrs. D. Lee Powell, Judge and Mrs. Kenneth Oka and most el the rest ol the official family ot the Citj Mr. and Mrs Milton (Miriam) Sirkin are hack from a one-week visit to Charlotte, N. C, where they st !>• %  I at the lovely home of son and daughter in law, Mr, and Mrs. Richard I Ruth i Sirkin Occasion was a welcome to new ijranddaugbter, Robin Alena, who joins Robert Craig. now :;'• %  Dick is with the Charlotte Observer. Surprise shower given recently for Esther Mervish, who will be the December bride of Joel Weiner come Che 24th %  Held at the Biscayne Point home of her sister. 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Taqe 2-B +kt*>t ncrkJlan Friday, December 18, 19 Adath YeshurUII %  % %  Towers New Year's Party Men> Club of Temple Adath Yeshunm will hold its lifth annual .New Year* Eve party in t*ie Charles Ro s en b erg Memorial Hall 01 the Temple. Norman Leader and his band will piovide the dance music, and Bob sweeney will be master of cere monies. A lull course dinner will be served In charge of the affair are Jos eph Fields l.eon Solotkin. Al Kc-v ler ami Bernard Falk Hodossoh Mrs. Emanuel Menu, n rpt in a series of adult cation weeklj lectures led by bbi Fie.'. %  : \ Lev! in conjuni 1 >ii with 'lie Bureau of Jewish Education, A social hour follows • e lecture. Kadimah King Cole Hadassah Kadimah Kin^ Cole Group of itedesMh will hold a Founders lki> HiDobeon and card party on Monday noon at the Barcelona Hotel. President. Mrs. Samuel Solkott. has appointed Mrs. Irving Solomon. Mrs William Shapiro. Mrs Samuel Chapin and Mrs Rubin Kitner as committee memberGuest speak <-t Mrs Samuel Sa lull. v\ ill toll ot a recent visit to Hrael Crystal Chapter Member Lunch Crystal < hapter of AsthnJ Children's Foundation. ]gjj !" | 168th St.. chartered in June, hj a membership luncheon on \o v at the Mimosa. Fortj new med I eft and eight life member, aft uited with the group. Speakerwere Israel Friedm* executive < ice president, and bt-rt Heekberg, oi the Board Ti ustees. ChildrenAsthmatic FoundJ lion Is a eon-profit orfiamwtiotJ ion-racial and non-sectarian, id children t l il the Unite state-. Canada and Israel Opened in October, 19&4. thd Foundation now h.is eicht intraetL able cMMre front Dade County) Palm Beech Count> and OaruJ trr who thout cosj 10 tl .0Like CHEESE KfttPMCH with Grandissimo Ta'am! C h e f B c Dee 1 I • 1 fui lay. CHEF DDY-AH-DEE* Cho3se Ravioli ft you c p' J eft, you'll love in mardled tang Italian < nimeicJ with savor] tomato taucc i:nJ heese ... sea' in the real I: .1 ian way. U-m. m' KSJ! Italian ilavor created bj famed < tef BoyAr-Dee. Vid thrift) Costs on\j about 15* pel serving! GOOD THINGS IN JEWISH LIFE %  fe Rich flavor and mellow ta'am have made Maxwell House by far and away the best loved coffees in Jewish homes. Their matchless quality has been constant for three generations c onstant in giving joy and good cheer at meal time, refreshment time, holidays and every day. Why not have a cheering cup of Maxwell House Coffee right now!... Regular in 1 and 2 lb. cans; or Instant in 2, 6 and 10 oz. jars. Good to the last drop! i \*m*l*i? i A CHEESE,, I Ravioli' IN s/.ur.e j IAXWEU INSTANT MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE KOSHER-PARVE Certified by Rabbi Herself Kohn SF MMUiXnx Fine Prodti of General raodi



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m$ December 18, 1964 -Jewish ncrldlait, Page 3-E : -*'-A \<* m n %  ttvjr arts*"!* rfl* I L \ %  JL'I I J__ HI a holiday festival of the Jacob C. Cohen taimunitv Synagogue held at the Coronet Hotel are (left to right) Mrs. Jennie Sommer, L ce president; Cantor Simon Solomon; Rabbi iTiboi Stern, seen recording the affair for IWEDR-FM; Mrs. Tibor Stern; Jacob C. Cohen, president Mrs. George Simon, president of Sisterhood; and George Simon, chairman of the board. Sisterhood will be officially inaugurated at Friday night services, with Rabbi Stern officiating. Tickets Moving Fast for ORT Ticket sales lor the Southern premiere showing of "Goodbye Charlie."' -tarring Debbie ReynOlds and Tony Curtis. Dec. 23 at the Carlb Theatre, Miami Beach, are getting close to a sell-out. The benetit premiere is sponsored by the Women's American I ORT, 600 Lincoln Road Mall. ORT has schools in 22 countries on live continents, which set up programs for rebuilding lives through vocational education. •Charlie" Murdock, of WQAM. v ill be on hand on opening night to meet and talk with celebrities on arrival. Another special event xvill be a display and modeling of some of the clothes worn by Debbie Reynolds and Tony Curtis in 'Goodbye Charlie." Mrs. Theodore Zelles is in charge Of tickets. Council Reelects Giller Miami Beach City Council haa reelected Ben Giller vice president of Washington Federal St ings and Loan Association, to serve on the Auditorium and (' %  .venlion Hall Advisory Board. Gurion Branch To See Film Parband, Ben Gurion Brani will hold its regular monthly mei inon Wednesday evening at the Farband Center, 8-12 Washington Ave. Following the business agenda conducted by President Manuel Burstein, a film. "The Million Club." sponsored by Dade County Cancer Society, will be shown \ duestion and answer period on the film will be led by a member ot the Dade County Medical AtSOCi tion. hi Krensky Accepts 1965 Chairmanship I Combined Appeal Women's Division \1;.. Inez Krensky. prominent 1 iimunal leader, who yean has been at the 11I Combined Jewish Aphas accepted the p of the 1865 CJA Division campaign, it meed bs Dr. Irving 1 impaign chairman, and ourt, president of the Vli imi Jewish Federation. ition to serving as camhairman and initial gifts n .11 the Women's Division, Krenskj has served ;ipresi{nil ol the Mount Sinai Hospital past president of TemSholom Sisterhood, and ice president of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations in id 1961. She has also served on importcommittees with the National oj Jewish Women, lladas1 Technion, Brandeis University ([omen's 1 Committee, and the Mimi Women's Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew ;ty which this year select i:i her to be the recipient of its meted Woman of the Year" ard. In her service to the Miami and Miami Beach communities, Mrs. Krensky has also held the position of first chairman of hostesses ot the Miss I niverse Pageant, and Jewish Appeal, having visited Israel in 1960. Her daughter, Mrs. Harry B. Smith, also of Miami Beach, just returned from a trip to Israel. Mrs. Smith is currently a member of the Advisory Council of the Young Women's Division Of Fedcation and CJA, a young women's communal organization which Mrs Krensky helped to revitalize during her service achairman Of 1 Women's Division in 1963. 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Page 4-B Jfewfcft fhriliir Friday, Decerr.rer i 8 ,„. Miami Beach Hadassah Schedules Founders Day Luncheons Next Week Mrs. M^ '•" """• Mrs in Shapir.. ,, ... ( n| • Miami Beach Hadassah groups Miss Xeri. chant, are planning Founders Day lunchpoets, will cn t C n ,S.rkin is guest Henrietta Siold Group will meet on Monday noon at the Algiers Hotel. Guest speaker is Mrs. Henry B. Wernick. Enterlainment will be by Nora and Nico Feldman. with Olga Bibor Stern at the piano. Mrs. Florence Greenberg is chairman, and Mrs. Susan Feller, presilsr ae>Luke Salem Southgate Group Bl luncheon in Hotel Mondaj An ac'ive commif.ee is didaently workinq on annual New Year's Eve party sponsored .ocd, Brothsrhocd and the PTA of Temple Beth She!om. At c recent meetinq he'.? at '.he home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Poste!nek the following member? "dig in" for action on this annual social proect. Left •-> right 8 Dr. Harry Gersten, Robert Marlin, Mrs. J. Bernard Sp?ctor, Irwin Teplis, Mrs. Philip PosJVS Counselor Wins Top Award Colleen E g a1; :-< r n r the Jewish Vocati inSi r\ ice, has been selected a* .1 .ndin3 Rehabilitation Pro• -I ol L964" b) I', le 0 j the Handicapped Commit' in. who holds .1 Mast* r tree in rehabilitation counselnat< • (; %  lent ol the Nati I 1 :;-. >r's A-She was cited -for her profesil enthusiasm and for extra ular participation in com munity rehabilitation programs." The award ivas presented by John ekamp. associate editor of the mi Herald. Mi has served Jev \ carfcnal Service for two j telnek, J. Bernard Spector. Philip Postelnek. lame?. K'nopke. Seated are Mrs. Irwin Teolis, Mrs. Horry Gersten, Mrs. James Knopke, Mrs. Ph : !iD Davis and Mrs.. Harold Grannff. Not shown are Davis and Granoff, also members of the committee. The New Year's Eve party is open to Beth Sholom members and 'heir friends. Beth Moshe Ladies to Meet Beth Moshe Sisterhoo I will hold its monthl) luncheon on Wednesday noon %  Social Hall. Polynesian in theme, a "Tiki" lui h Kill be %  < iv. HI by costumed hosti 1 Frieda Blank. Lillian i 1 Sadie Greenberg, I • %  • L Sara Mad Jeanetti N %  ark, Mary Weissman ai d SI ley W dent. • Morton Towers Group will meet Monday no in at the Doauville Hotel. Rabbi Jjnah E. ("apian is guest speaker. Musical program will be hvaded by William Royal and Hattie Wagner, with Aida Yaslo at the piano. Mrs. Ann Levy 1chairman of the day, and Mrs. Kmanuel Mentz, president. %  Esther Group will celebrate on Tuesday noun in the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Ruth Obersf will be speaker and chairnu n of the day. Entertainment .headed by Rose Byrum. • • Israeli Group meets in the Algiers Hotel Mondaj noon. A musical program will feature J( Farber and Vic Marchesi, accoraI-. ni.-.i 1 % II celebral "taineby is Rabb, Joseph N. ,.!":; ^ entcruii preJ Mrs. Joseph Rosi dent. Emm. Lazarus G-e,o H l Im( at a lunchen,, j„ ... •..;...,.„] r Mrs JaciL %  • wii bT nted bj Jen, 9 J 1 da, Mrs j Stephen Wise G-oup w j|| ... M "" ;'>" al : vithiuM eon. Ei ten 1 %  ; b( j r 1 o| J %  ections by H panied by Sa 1 ... Barth, inwill be guest %  Mrs Lencer will ; sther Barret, pianist. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Henry Manning .,1 „, B Wernick Mrs. Sam Appell is Bey Harbour G.cup will have v N nner ai Shalom* Group meets on Monday .,.,. a( ... : ,,;;, non at the DiLido Hotel John di Tuesday, D( Tyniak, continental violinist, and able from Mrs Jewish Worship Hour Rabbi Harold Richter and Canlack Lerner, of Congregation B nai Raphael, will participate in lev ish Worship Hour"' at 11 Sunday, on ch. 10. COUttN [SAN as a placement counsel for handicapped and emotionally disturbed persons. courtesy first AMERICAS Original CaUcia *r* L qu.d S*t*n*r T 'OOO ITOlll MITI IBM for Kashrnth for Quality feel like a bride get a "WEDDING WHITE" WASH every time! This holiday leaaon, measure your driving: habits by the golden rule. In traffic, courtesy is the surest road to -..:.•>. And other drivers men''. Kit, give them all the room they seem to need. It's better to be 1 "'• „te. Mr. Motorist, th..n to be % %  %  late Mi fcfol The Perfect Salt for Koshering •II your meat and fowl OX4> Diamond Crystal Salt Company :raFAB WITH | D URABRITE ...the intensified white ner Yes, your wash can be wedding white—not just almost whitel New Fab lifts out the yellow and gray tinge. Then washes in a pure, pure white — wedding white —in a way old fashioned detergents never could. Try it and seel KOSHER PARVE PRODUCT OF COLGATE PAIMOLIVE DRIVE WITH CARE... EVERYWHERE I And be sure to pick up your free "Do unto other*" bumper strip at any FP&L office I FLORIDA POWER I LIGHT COMPANY HELPIN9 BUILD FLORIDA



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+Jen>isf>ncr/cf/ar Page 5-B Ooc/a//f • • • DM <^Tsabel \^4 ^ Jewish Home for the Aged celebrates Birthday Niqh'Honored r.ere is Mrs. Carrie Oppenheimer, who marked her 100th bir*.hc ay. Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal of the Hebrew Acac'emy. was guest speaker. Entertainment was written and diree'ed by Sally Simon in an all Yiddish show called "Mamele Un Rifkele," starring Helene Koretzsky, Sheila Leiberrm and Sam Rudt at the piano. Contiued from Page 1-B Lois (Mrs. Sonny) Brenner Shower guests included hollow's mother, Mrs. Henry Mervish Another bride-to-be, Terry Tanenbaum. will be guest of honor ;:t a luncheon Tuesday in the home of Trances (.Mrs. Joseph I Sharpe, 5120 Cherokee Ave., with Esther (Mrs. Louis) Itoscnthal. co-host Daughter of Mr. and Mr-. Harold Tanenbaum. Houston. Tex.. Terry will exchange vows with Jules Bagden on Dec. 27 at the r'ontainebleau His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Bagden, of New York Others who will he here for the shower and the wedding are the future brides grandparents, Mrs. Etta Tanenbaum, of New York, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shapiro, of Charlotte, N. C. Longtime friends and new ones, close relatives and distant ones, 300 strong, they came to the beautiful pink, white and red engagement party given by Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin for daughter Roberta Diane and fiance Robert Martin Su-sman the last Sunday in November The dark-haired bride-to-be was a vision in a fitted Truzell original of pink net covered with reembroidered ribbon and lace roses over satin with illusion neckline Her charming mother chose pink brocade decorated with pearl and silver beads with a floating panel of chiffon draped from the shoulder Petite grandmother, Mrs. Mary Stepkin, in a pinky beige brocade, and the bridegroom's mother, on the arm of husband Albert Sussman. in aqua accented with white beaded trim Among guests seen around the lavish buffet tables, or dancing and chatting, were Mrs. Mildred Slepian, the Murray Cohens, Mr. and Mrs. Allan B. Margolis, the Maurice Cornblums, the Morris Kalers and family, Mrs. Sadie Ponce and family, Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Schwartz, the Sam and Moe Schatzmans and families, Mr. and Mrs. David Rayvis, Judge and Mrs. Milton Friedman, the Maurice Faskes, the J. L. Logans, Meyer Forers. t rove Leonard Barrs, Sam Rappaports, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Shultz, Dr. and Mrs. Hy Merlin. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintar, Judge and Mrs, Sam Silver. Mrs. Toby Fisher, the Harold Ponls, Irving Gordon-. Joseph Orins. S. Lebows, Joe Liebmans, David Silvers, Sidney Goldstones, Ted Gulkis. Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro and manv. many more. Greenfields Will Be Honored During late Friday evening service at Temple Ner Tamid, Sam Greenfield will be honored on the occasion ot his 80th birthday. Greenfield, who is chairman of the Temple's Religious Committee, is one of the founders of Ner Tamid, and is still active in synagogue, civic and philanthropic organizations. The Greenfields, who have been in this community for a number of years, will tender the Oneg Shabbat. m 7 *!(,. AND NIKS. SCHLOSSMAN FOUNTAIN DESK PEN SET • I'll' writiug comfort and rlli, iency • lull choice of point hi vies t l'orfect for bom* 01 i>llic ASK FOR No. 112 BARNETTS OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT 228 N.E. 59th STREET-Miami 1608 WASHINGTON AVE.-M.B. 134 N.E. 1st STREET-Miami 272 VALENCIACoral Cables Ph. PI 4-3457 Triple Celebration At Aged Home Set for Sunday Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged, will hold the dedication of its Golden Life Member Inscription Book on Sunday, 1 p.m.. at the Home. Guest speaker will be Judge Irving B. Cypon. Mrs. Tobias Sussman is life inscription chairman. Mrs. Helen Sparber is life membership chairman. Tribute will be paid to all lite members. At 2 p.m.. the monthly birthday party sponsored by the auxiliary Will follow. Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, auxiliary president, will give the message of welcome. Special tribute and honors will be paid to Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Schlossman. of 6800 Indian Creek Dr.. who are e< lebrating '.heir 59th wedding anniversary. The Schlossmans have been visiting the area for 25 years and are permanent residents for the past 12 years. Former residents from Roches ter, N. Y.. Schlossman operated a chain of ladies' shoe stores there. They have three sons and one daughter, who will all be here to help celebrate the occasion. Mrs. Louis Makovsky is program chairman. Elmer Horosony and his string trio, accompanied at the piano by Olga Bihar Stem, will present a program of folk music. Stanley Rosensweel. tenor, will be soloist. Art Bruns is Host For the tlth straight year. Art Bruns will play host to orphaned, sick and underprivileged youngslers from the Kendall Home and Crippled Children's Society in the annual holiday party at the Villas on Dec. 22 with members of the Carriage Club assisting. juicy ewxL cMLcioiUi uoWxio kosher^ FRANKFURTERS "ITDS PURE BEEF K.ishruth supervision by comment Orthodox Rabbis: R.ibbi Boruch Rabinowitz Habbi Ben Zion Rosentbal O. S. Gov't. Intpct*d WILNO KOSHER ^"^r^"^ SALAMI FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF • BOLOGNA MIAMI BRANCH: 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6531



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?nqe 6-B • Jenisti fkrXftor Friday. Decemb er 18, jo % % %  ana' — • • %  %  mw 'WM^i^^^aMVl^BHV^^iH^Pl^^^i^^^^ %  ...^/rbout people ana places... Academy Women To Offer Prize' CALIFORNIA HERE WE COME Dorothy .i:.i1 Edwin Oppenheun wenl aver lo ihe William l Brenners tor dinner the night be o i lhe> l.'M lor LM Angelas to attend the Bar Mittvah of Doroth) s lister's youngest boy. Larrj drh ing tlu y are going i • 'n all the -i• San Francisco included The and the Breaa-^n have beet I ears ji s( tor the | >. n rod thai Hiej all m %  •> %  IMAGINE THAT That ti.inan.-i spin in front of MoH) Mrs Soil Silverinan at the Fontainetdeau entree shop was net ban H belonged to Hn Bon Hammerman Hie other guests aojeying the hospitalit) were Mr and Mrs Nathan Nash. Kin Ma MtoehaSer .ir> Charles Brown and Mr* Rone Roth Ruth Johnson Berger, who {am returned from .. mission to Israel, has been so buej thai afce I been able to get her eye glasses H Maybe sho'D starl a new fa .< piece of yarn intei ... side piece ONE OF A SERIES Harnei and Lawrem Singei entertained a (reap of Meads at dinner ;.t their home, one in .af dinner patties ll'iy are having The buffet was planned for inside because as Harriet say* ys rains wb i she entertains A delicious dinner — roast beef, ot hted the eon pany There was nuch talk after dinner. an1 everyone listened to the n. u Barbaaa Basatanad rceord that son. Rick) had given to his parents for Chanuka Among gueste were Dettj and Bob Maeht. UaseJ and Han*} Lewis, Brna sad Morns Klas.-. Dotty and Lou Leroberg, Ida and William Singer. Richard Haft that eligible bac hel o r who has returned to Miami to live. Miriam and WtHiam Werntraub. the Emil Goalds. Mr and Mrs Stanre; C Myers and Mrs Naomi Sflveresan. LEAVE THE DRIVING TO US th and Stanley Segal and Bone and William Segal picked up then piefltli in a double decker bus to take them lo Westview Country Club's formal dinner danre. a Night in Paris Rill .ited as barkens at the bus portable bar ying the first Stage of the party were Mr. and Mrs Ralph Shore. Mr and Mrs. John Owen. Mr and Mrs Sam Bergman, of Chicago. Mr and Mrs 1 W. Green, Mr and Mrs. Jack Young. Mr and Mrs Robert Turchin. Dr. and Mrs Maxwell Save'. Mr. and Mrs James Meyer Westview was transformed into Paris for one night Bubbling fountains and flower carts were in evidence as | real-looking gendarme threw wide the doors. In the dining room, each t.'Me bore a name instead of a number, such OS Maxims. I.e Louvre. Rue de la Pai\ A white statuette filled with flowers graced each table French cuisine, good enterti ni and excellent dance music rounded out the evning. Spotted .-.' another table wire the Herbert Paiges, the Lea M. Frankelth< V Miller s and the Simeon Spears — Frances Lehman. A white mink capelet will be the grand prize of the Hebrew Academy Women at the next general meeting of the organization. The capelet was donated by I K Btman, well known furrier both here and in New York City. A treasure cheat of prizes will also l.i presented during the afternoon. Mrs. Samuel Reinhard. chairman. has reporte-l that money earned through the project will be presented to thr Hebrew Academy's Special scholarship fund, which provides educ a t i onal tuition and materials for children attending the school on scholarship. The special fund is supported by the Aca lemy Women's group primarily through this project. Serving on the committee with Mrs Haan'iard are Mesdames Zvi Beraer. Ado!: Blank. Jack Bathebaum. Albert Cohen. Abe Hofi berg. Um, Lustig, Samuel Mr. JPh Shap.ro. charL .on and Morris WaiCn Leonard is president. Pythicms Plan Children's Party North Miami Bl M Knights of Pythias w ll hoSff annual mterlaith children's „J on Sunday from 12 to pm To be held in the I'nlftel jj mg. No Mumi Beach for cJ 7l r T '',he aftenwL will bo devoted to games, C ont3 and refreshment:' In charge of the afternoon Marvin Bernan. Irwin Wewu and Joseph Abrahams Justine Chapter Slates Speaker in Sylvia Silvers, president. •me Chapter, American Jewish an as, announces that guest eaker at the general meeting Of • t chapter at the home f Mrs If B Kaplan. 3630 Flamingo at 1 pm. Tuesday, will be as Simon, chairman of the legj I panel. Florida Civil Liberties I nioaV vraon h..received national revlion as an attorney m the -e of human rightThe after roon program will welcome new members Mesdames Bella Apple baum. June Brustein. Mollie Bush man. Lillian R Cohen. S. BeveRose Donowitz. Ruth DniAnne Goldberg. Fay GoldFay Goldman. Rose Green Rose Kurland. Florence Lederman, Esther Mae S. Red -ton Ethel Shapiro. Tibby Smiley. Shirley Spector. Ethel Spero. Harriet Stark. Anna Stein. Rose Stein berg. Ronnie P Stern. Miriam ooa. ker. '. erg, berg, Yernick. Sally \ emick. Ann Van ich and Baas Zeigmund. Reports will be made on the Committee on the Radical Right recently formed by the Governing Council of the American Jewish Congres-. Officers of the Justine Chapter are Mesdames Silvers, president; Barbara Jonas and Ethel Wolk. vice presidents. Gertrude Leiner. treasurer: and Mollie Rudt. secretary. Board members are Me* dames Maurice Cahn. Harold Druker. Samuel Meiselman. Tobias Simon. Irving Westin and Trudy THE BISCAY MB TERRACE] 340 Biscayne Boulevard • Miami, Florida FACING BISCAv\: c/w "WHttF. m $T4*$ AND HtAVtN JOIN YOUK ftSTNfUB 1 AT THE BEAUTIFUl NEWIY 0FC0*ATED M Altl.M.II I IIAIJJIOOM SEATING UP TC 300 WEDDINGS ir CO'.?VaT!0NS BANQUETS RECEPTIONS ir LUNCHEONS VEE' \GS • nu r AIK/NC • ( ATKRIX, Strictly K.tktr facilities Available UaaV Saaervisieii tf RABBI TIBOS H. 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riday. December 18, 1964 ytf^lshfhrMlnr) Page 7-B 1 STI IMG. z % nn 1 ISRAEL* jMS SHIP BOX ~.i*" Toys to gladden the hearts of children in schools in krael are sent on their way on a Zim Lines ship by Ship-a-Box volunteers of National Council of Jewish Women's Greater Miami Section. S'andinq (left to right) are Mrs. Mel Forman, chairman of Ship-a-Box, Shcres Division; Mrs. Joseph Fields, chairman. :oek Division; Mrs. Samuel Polinsky, resident of public affairs, Indian Greek Z %  M 3. Stanford Mi'ler, chairman. South 3iv...on; Mrs. Philip Abel, chairman. Beth Israel Member Lunch Slated Tuesday Beth Israel Congregation Sisterhood is having its annual member. ship luncheon on Tuesday, it a.in.. at Waldman'i Hotel. A fashion show by Burdine's wil I follow, with professional models lisplaying the clothes from Burline's. Added attraction will be Drama in Jewelry." Co chairmen of the affair are Mrs. Maurice Goldring and Mrs. Corinne Moikovitz. Mrs. Bernard Bostocky is Sisterhood president. All monies raised "ill be channeled in the building fund toward the new sanctuary to be erected on Chase Ave. Coral Gables Division; Mrs. Robert S. Goldberg, chairman, Evening Division; Mrs. Ethel Go'dst^in, co-chairman, Lincoln Division; Mrs. Sybil Morgan, Shores Division. Seated (extreme left) are Mrs. Jack Kardon, chairman for Section of Ship-a-Box program: and Mrs. Theodore Berman, vice president of public affairs for Section. The annual project is held in cooperation with the Bureau of Jewish Education and local Jewish schools. B'nai B'rith Women Hold Variety Of Programs Here Through December Mrs Max Kern, president, Mikirn Beach Council. B'nai B'rith Borneo, announces the following |(hiipter meetings for December. Chai Chapter met Tuesday eve n ng at the Deauville Hotel. Guest ipeaker was Dr. Donald Michaeltaa. director. Hillel House at the University of Miami. Randy Fuhr, rtudent Hillel cantor, presented a I'hanuka program. Refreshments ere served. President is Mrs. I Ruth Corey. Freedom Chapter met Thursday morning, Dec. 10. at the Deauville Hotel for its annual luncheon. Broadway show, "Two for the SeeGershwin Ladies Plan Cruise Here On Israel's 'Bilu' Major fund raising event this %  car of the Ladies' Auxiliary of Ike uiorge Gershwin Lodge will lake Ihe form of a three-day cruise lo Nassau and Preeport on the leu -hip. Bilu, leaving Miami Beach on Friday, Dec. 25, at 5 Ml., and returning on Monday. Dec. 2, at 8 a.m. A planned program of activities ihoaid shin, plus the opportunity go -hopping and sightseeing hile (he ship is in both ports, will provide for a memorable three days, according to Mrs. Murray Mreiff, chairman. Proceeds will be donated by the %  axillary to two deserving local community organizations, voted 1 -pon by the general membership. saw," was shown. Chairman was Mrs. Esther Rosen. Mrs. Harold hulkiii is president. i • %  } Harmony Chapter will meet on Tuesday evening at the Chase Federal, 41st St. and Sheridan Ave. .Mrs. Jack Dernis is president. Dr. Donald Michelson, director of Hillel at the University of Miami, was guest speaker at the Tuesday noon meeting of Hatikvah Chapter held at the Morton Towers Restaurant. Mrs. William Gerstman, Council Adult Jewish Education chairman, | announces that the first meeting j of the study group is slated for; 8 p.m., on Tuesday, at the home of! Mrs. Eva Kardon. Mrs. Pat Sum mers, co-chairman of the South I Florida Anti-Defamation Council, i will present "Dolls for Democracy." Mrs. Leah I'dell will offer a reading of several of her original poems, and Mrs. Ethel Hasen will j offer selections on the accordion. | President is Mrs. Cecik G. Kluger. .< i All new members of Miami Beach Chapter rec( ived golden Menorah p:ns at a paid-up membership tea on Tuesday noon at the Deauville, Hotel. Mrs. Vetta Schulman pre sented a program of songs, and a film on the New York World's Fair was shown. Mrs. Jack August chaired the afternoon. Mrs. Sally Fisher is president. North Shore Chapter has scheduled a 1 p.m. meeting on Monday at the Deauville Hotel. Highlight ol the afternoon will be the show• ing of a film, "Israel—Land of or more Your affairs deseive Ihe Evergladas: Miami t most detectable food, most flawlessly served in Uie most delightful surroundings. | (Special prices for groups of 40 or more cover everything i parking, tool) Call Catering Office— FR 9 5461 — for details. Soon. 1 See you at the Nevv EVERGLADES HOTEL Biscayne Blvd. at 3id St. T. James Ennn. Managing Director : % %  ,:*'-+^^*/4<49*>


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Page 8-B *. leni st flcrftfinr? Friday, December IS WOMAN OF THE WEEK ria Mantell. with a little smile, insists I I began and got to be great fun in 1950 That was the year she ru married to Norton Pallot Gloria i\ed in Miami all her life, her folks being era She from the '. niversitj • w\ • n she was • N s Elerr entary S< that ol her Roxane Pallot's mother, an date for her Norton. Three months later tiio were married. For a hard-headed busines N rti n is q lite a roll'-'and a velvet I x with W'oolworth's %  in an engagement and v.. : ring were replaced i -in with i and a real Norton insists that be scved his w fe from being an old maid school teacher. All you need > one look at attractive Mrs Pi iioi. and you know that this was impossible Gloria says that being married to Norton and understanding the nderful kind of man she maris a full-time career for her. Three children keep Gloria busy in the role of m ther Steven, aurie and Johnny. It has also kepi her busj in bein ; %  Cub Park lei a Den Mother a Bn • % %  nie l< i and .. PT i R m Mother. Ev rj Mi laj she works at rj Children's Hospital Since she ha> been active in Suburban League for Variety, she has taker, first aid rses, worked as a nurse's aid, at t > The Courshoi al invitation Iron J Kennedy requi that I J shoos make ever) %  %  • • ittend In addition to -• .• j chairman for the Flor: .., Fund drive. Courshon i lairnui] of the board ol Was lingl n p e eral Savin-, and I and Jeffers m \. %  • Beth Am Ladies 1 Annual Luncheon Sisterh tp nsored fashion sho torium on %  \ smor: served, chaired %  Mrs, Marsha I euer. Fash ons Mr "C i i Dadeland • ; %  \ia Sohnen. Mrs. Jei the adult dai ce c.'a.-s I v hich will Marl a -i short l> Mrs. Norman appointed cha f ti -• ns to he given in Salva I v Park in Coral Gabies Mrs. Richard Alper, cha.rmanof the Sisterhood, announces that all proceeds of the luncheon will be alloted to the Biblical Gardens on the grounds of th( Temple. Hadassah Leader Speaks on Beach Miami Beach ( hapter of Hadassah heard Mrs. High Salpeterapeak at a culmination membership rally at the Deauville Hotel last week. National membership chairman of Hadassah. Mrs. Salpeter w delegate to the Wi t d Zionul I 0 gressei in i"5; Births In Greater Miami Rabbi and Mrs. Hershel (Alma 1 Lrooks announce the birth of their first child, Sharna. named during recent Saturday services at Temple Zamora. Rabbi Brooks is spiritual lender of the Temple. c/Vew *^ho p — J 9? aM fj -JL"Working Qrt/'JricJ NEED QUALIFIED FAMILIES TO PROVIDE ROOM & BOARD FOR UNMARRIED MOTHERS Agency will pay costs. Telephone Jewish Family and Children's Service Ph. 371-3433 Weekdays 9 to 4 i i I i Custom — Ready Made Dresses Fabrics Notions Hand Made Gifts 10 a.m. 7 p.m. Weekdays 10 a.m. • 5 p.rr Sat. Closed Mondays 3816 SW. 8th STREET Ph. 444-1:4 rn. i"-"" m f LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING COWTMCT/WC • fHPAIRING Serving D.dr County Over 25 Year* Itll S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9904 COLOMAl WOOD PBODVffi 687-3741



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Friday, December 18. 1964 +JenisUFhriJlan Page 9 B o, arminahf y ours. L 6.M Z-, pp and sold brocade, the matching stole w ;is lined in pink peau de soie, CILVER %  i cy -;itin was Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyer's choice i"ithe evening. Her deeply scooped neckline was trimmed with ice pink velvet flowers. The classic sheath silhouette in tailored white silk brocade was worn l>j Mrs. Harold Aronson. White chiffon with radiating lines on the bodice was worn bv Mrs Milton Weiss. Crystal tear drops were appliqucd on the bodice, and a In 1 length pink peau de soie coat topped her gown. lee pink satin covered with looped fringes of pink caviar beads was worn by Mrs. Andrew II. Blass. Mrs. Morris Landsburgh's yeliow-ribbed silk ottoman featured a double-breasted jacket. Reembroidered alencon lace created the bodice of her gown and was used to line and face her tailored jacket. M OUNT S.nai Hospital of Great. r Miami held its fourth annual jubilee Ball on Saturday at the Fontainebleau Id rhe black and white c ilor i. chosen by Mrs. Robi e< n, and she carried out %  chenie in her go I n %  "I white satin with a jack Ivel front. Hosting the p ii ty, Mrs. Saul Silveru • rried through with ho i' decor in her gown, ili. is white satin u n!i grey designs in the coupe de and a matching fulli it, 1 .11 was entirely formal. ;owns, furs and Jewels Iributed to the elegance ol Ihe evening. Guests had tables ed to them during the cockirty and moved to the same imbers for dinner. The Ballroom was beautifully Ii l with white flower on each table. Mrs Jerome Rado's white-se%  gOVi n had a mail ength jacket. The oriental e v as seen in the high ie and gold sequin pattern he hemline ol her jacket eath. Mrs Prances Linn i lack --ilk matellasse with ii hing three-quarter-length White chiffon was worn by Mrs lacob Neber. Her Swiss eyerlli bodice was covered with rystal tear drops and caviar V' I.any Singer's black knit l• • a bib of gold bugle c.iiliround the neckline and —:*1 r 1 caviar beads scattered over Ihe sheath, Mrs. Aaron Farr wore shocking pink satin with a jewel dice and a matching stole. '> $ $ A magnificent white satin gown ** was worn by Mrs. William W< intraub. Silver-lined crystals ami seed pearls were embroidered :nto floral motifs. Mrs. Fred Lee Goldberg's white floral bro( ide had .. high scooped neckline and I.,up,re waistline. Black cut velvet v ith jewel lone How ers in an over-all print was the choice of Urs Abe Taylcn\ Mrs. Jack Bmmer's pink satin gown was a Mister Wyalt"original emtroidered with pearls and rhinestones on Ihe fitted bodice. Ivorj satin with clear crystal beads complete!} cover ng her bodice was the selection ol Mrs. E \i hert Pailot. Oversized ivory-colored rliiiK tones dotted the bod ice. Wife of Mount Sinai's presi dent, Mrs. Leonard Abes-, greet' (d guest> going through the receiving line. She wore an ice blue satin with vertical panels Of chantilly lace, Her skirt followed ;. modified "A" line silhouette, Vfrs Seymour L. Alterman chose a mink linen stole that matched her brown corduroy gown. Wile of the University of Miami's president, Mrs. Henry King Stanlord, was in a deep shade of pink with a long Mowing chiffon cape. Mrj. Carl Weinkle's turquoise satin gown was hand-emlered :n silyer lame in Paris, Her sheath was worn with a matching cutaway Jacket. Mrs Seymour Ruben's white brocade ensemble was a Galinos Original created for the ball. Crystal beads, tear drops and pearls wenheavih encrusted at Ihe flared hemline of her skirt. A matching three-quarter-length coat had the same beading on the sleeves, with iridescent sequins covering the oversize buttons. Mrs. Ralph Kaplan wore a shock ing pink -atin gown from Paris with delicate and unusual embroidery on the bodice. Pink (eather~ were sewn to the gown and then embroidered with sil \er beads. Another pink ensemble from Paris was chosen by Mrs. Raymond Rubin. In pink ruary weddin Bcslser, Channing Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Meyer i.. Balser, The bride-to-be attended the Unipl Atlanta, <;.-,.. have announced v „. Mtv 0| Pennsylvania and plans the engagement ol their daughter. ,. Ellen Marc... to Joel Baer Chan'" """PloUher studies at the 1 Dining, >on Ol Mr. and Mrs. Jules P. versity ol Miami. banning, ol Miami Beach. Her grandparents are Mrs. Harrj Plans have been made for a Fcb stone and (he late Mr. Stone, of ~' Atlanta, and (he late Mr. and Mrs. EHBB Joseph l!al-er. of Atlanta. Mr Charming was graduated com laude from the University ol Florida, School ol Architecture; attended Massachusetts Institute I Technology, Graduate School of Architecture: and is presently pursuing ins Master's degree in civil engineering at the University of Miami. lie is associated with the firm of Jules P. Channing Associates. •irchilects and engineers. llis grandparents are .Mrs. Jack Spund and (he late Mr. Spund, of Washington, i> C, and Miami Beach, and Mr. Gershon Channing and the late Mrs, Channing, of .\i u Y.uk. PIGCY CUB Miss Gelb Will Wed in March Mrs. Violel Gelb, 810 Paradiso Ave., Cora! Gables, and Monrtx Gelb. Miami attorney, announci the engagement ol their daughter. Peggy Rose, to David K. Resnick son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Ri nick, of Jamaica. L. I.. N. Y. 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Page 10-B +Jelsii tkrkMan Friday. December 16, 1964 By EDYTHE SCHINDLER She s Off and Trotting Today They're off and running — oops —Hotting, that i>. .,1 tin' PomRaceway on Dec. 17, And sitt i n g in the feverishurging her entry on. will be ness racing's mosl avid and i yal atlcionada, Lillian Perlman Miamiarwill recall that for many years Lillian Perlman's name was synonymous with Hadaasah and fund-raising. For two \ears, she was fund-raising vice president and then organizational \ ice president for Hadassah. She also organised a group in Morton Tower-. Then an attractive man, Many Cohen, entered her lite, and through him she was diverted to the world ol racing and horse-raising. Now >he is a partner with Marty Cohen in Perlco Stables, which iwns forty horse.and actively race< fifteen to twenty horses. They have one driver who is also a trainer. Racing Fascinating "I've been in harness racing for five years now.' said Lillian Perlman," and I find everything about it fascinating There's a tremendous sense of life around a track. Once I was a school teacher. a:iI1IS K4MUI-AT0P THi Hi DINNER SERVED 5'o • COCKTA.I LOUNGE OPEN C I m Spocijl 50 Cocktail *t luncheon from 11 i ni to 3 p m COCKTAIl MOW FROM 5 to 7 PM. DELICIOUS HORS D'OEUmj 33 SW 2nd AVE. Mrs. Madge DueFreae, Mgr. [Closed Sundoys) The Whole Family Will love Roberto's Restaurant (formerly House of Pancakes I FEATURING DELICIOUS ir BREAKFASTS LUNCHEONS •*> DINNERS SUPPERS and "ANYTIME'' SNACKS Sirrimt horn 7 AM. to 2 A.M. (3 AM. Fri. t StfJ 1118 So. Dixie Hwy., Coral Gables MO 5-5942 HOME OF THE BIS TWIN DOUBLE Nov. 26 thru Jan. 15 Post Time 115 TAKE THE PALMETTO EXPRESSWAY TO BIRD ROAD S rV. 40th STREET 4 4 4 4 4 4 .4 "1 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4



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Fridc}. December 18. 1964 Jenlsti fbrief far Look. g over musical selections for the Temple Menorah annuc. oncert on Dec. 20 are (left to right) Sam Schiffman, chairman, Cantor Edward Klein and Eli Samuels, director of the choir. Chanuka Party For Veterans ,ltu : War Veteran* Postand their Ladies' Auxiliaries spon.-oied a Chanuka party at the VA Hospital hen last week. Ever] patient in the hospita I as \ ed to attend the event. Rabbi Alfred Waxman, of Temple Zion. i'l ..plain, opened the pro-jni by explaining the significance oi the holiday, as well as of the neaorah. Also speaking were the Catholic and Protestant chaplains, and rr embers of the Temple Zion choir %  •'..-.g. Rein shments uere served, with gifts distributed to every one of the nearly 500 patients, saying 'Happy Chamika." tffUIAJN CUNTHIR Emanu-EI Youth Attend Services Confirmation Department. Junior and Si ni r Chapters of the United Synagogue Youth of Temple Emanu-EI, will attend Sabhath services in the main sanctuary with Hi" adult congregation on S aj. i i '• %  ng services, the young i u.il adjourn t<> Sirkin Hall tor ai OneShabbat luncheon. I'r lriiny Lchrman will deliver rmal m< ssage at the lunch ; eon on "Signiticance of the Sabbath in Our Everyday Lives." The monthly luncheons are part of the i extended youth activities program of the Temple sponsored by the Youth Commission under the chairmanship oc Mrs. Murry Maisel. i Monthly bssembly of the Confirmation Department will he conducted Sunday noon at the North Branch Building, 77th St. and Dickens Ave. THE LERNERS Catering for All Occasions Established in 1945 FAMOUS 671 WASHINGTON AVE. JE 13987 MIAMI FACILITIES BEACH ^esfaurant IMWI'ICS S\,\\\ Y\\ IftAILY 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. i A. -*• -* m$ AUTHENTIC GERMAN AND AMERICAN CUISINE V v AND SEAFOOD SPECIALTIES OPEN DAILY 1 SUNDAYS 12 Noon to 10 P.M. QkL £n%VJ v ^' Wu HALLANDALE, FLORIDA On U.S. t, one-half mile sooth of Gulfstream Race Track Ph. HOLLYWOOD WA 2-7223 IT %  1 Israel Cavalcade Slates Top Pianist on Sund i; evening, Dec. L'7. outs aading artiste, entertainers and %  'sical perlormcrs oi Israel will be brought to the Miami Beach Audil irium igain tor a one-evening performance o( the "Israel Cavalcade ni stars 1961." This will I),. t|„. s i x t n annual c .i alcadc oresented by the Greater Miami Districts of the Zionist Orgi nication ol America, it will be the onlj performance of these artists in Gieater Miami, accordini to AI Sherman, chairman of the event. The popular-priced concert, which is open to the public, will be geared for American audiences and present outstanding Israeli numbers, as well as Yiddish, English and international favorites. Proceeds of the Cavalcade have been earmarked for • he work of the Greater Miami Zior.ist Youih Commission. The cm mission sponsorthe Young and Senior Judaea movements, with scholarships to Camp Judaea, maintained by the ZOA and Hadassah in Hendersonville, N C Heading Ihe classical entertainers at the Cavalcade will be William Gunther, exciting new recording pianist. (lunthcr. who was raised and educated in Israel, has moved rapidly into the sphere of stardom since playing the Israeli premiere of Gershwin's Piano Concerto in F with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, and the world premiere of Ellstein's Ncgev Concerto, with members of the Philadelphia Orchestra. He Is a member of the noted Original Piano Quartet and has concertized with Jan Peerce. Lotte I.enya. and other great artists of stage and screen. Also appearing at the Cavalcade will be one of Israel's outstanding musical comedy stars who performs in ten languages, a noted Sabra folk-singer and song-stylist with an electronic accordion, internationally known dancers, and a popular American comedian who will he master of ceremonies. 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Page 12-B +Jenlsi> fhrMtntn Friday, December 18, 1954 I Teen-Agers Feel They are Growing Up Faster Than They Wish in Today's World Adult authorities, including par. •••.-m managing .1 worn? that and encourages youth to u up faster than their elders -. sh, according to the findings ol tea attending several related workshops at the llth anti • 1 ge conclave of the YMYWHA of Greater Miami. One ses 0, dealing with 'Teen Rights md Parents' Rights" d ecided hat • Although societj ten Is I • hold ren responsible for the behavor of their teen-age children, the lould be responsible themes • Parents should have the right to approve %  • %  %  -.isU rules for teen havior, but teens must have Blue Star Camps Programs in '65 Three unique programming tea turas for the 1965 season ol Blue S r Camps. Hendersonville. N.C.. include a one-month Creative Arts Center for girls and boys specializing in dar.ee. drama and art. a t\ o-u eek pre-season Southern Basketball Camp and clinic for boys in junior high and high school and a seek-long Israeli Folk Dance Workshop conducted by Fred Berk. New York City Flans for these college students nd adults, ir. addition to the regular season for boy> and girls from 7 to 17. were announced by HerT .an and Harry Popkin. co-foundand co-directors, on the eve of t tir annual Greater Miami getI .ethers to be held for parents d campers in the South Florida i .i Formerly known as the lit Pinnaclc Dance Camp, the Creative KltM Center will feature for its seventh season out.-tanding instructors and faculty in the area "l dance (ballet, modern and jazz). ma (acting, stagecraft, makeup and costuming) and art (water color, ceramics, sculptoring. drawing, and oils). Dates for the monthlong program for girls and boys are July 22 to Aug. 17. Zionists to Tour On New Bilu Abraham Grunhut. of Miami Beach, tourism chairman of the Southeast Region of the Zioni-t .inization of America, has ani IO need that the South Florida Districts will sponsor a three-day Nassau and Freeport Cruise on the M V Buu on Jan. 8 to 11. The new Israel flagship, which :. completed less than eight months ago. and which has just Ic its first transatlantic crossing, will leave from Miami Beach m Friday afternoon. Jan. 8. and vill return to Miami Beach Mon la; morning. Jan. 11. During the stay in Nassau and Freeport, the ship will be used :>s a hotel, and there will be organic d sightseeing and many special -i" lal activities This will be the fourth annual cruise sponsored by the ZOA districts of South Florida, and it is pen to the general public. FOUNTAIN DESK PEN SET • For writing comfort and j efficiency • Full choice of point | styles • Perfect for home I or office The Basketball Camp, directed by Ed Jackol. Coach Whack" Hyder. of Georgia Tech. Roger Gaiter, all-Amorican. and Coach Bob by Wilder. <'f Mercer University, feature two weeks. June 8 to 22. of intensive training in basketball skills and body building. This will be the second season for this specialized program. Fred Berks Israeli Folk Dance Workshop, to be conducted from June 11 to 18. is open to college -tudents and adults interested in hlk dancins. No formal prerequisiies are necessary. Emphasis is placed on how to teach to groups. Participants may sponsor them selves, or an organization or group may send any member or members to the workshop. Additional information about these programs, as well as the regiilar camping seasons, may be obtained by writing to Blue Star's full-time winter offices in Atlanta Ga.. 1100 Crescent Ave.. NE. or by contacting one of the follow ing local representatives: Mrs Harry Rosen. 230 Shore Dr.. East. Miami: Harry Kaplan, 1536 Plunkett St.. Hollywood: and Mrs. Bernard Sutta. 1335 Sorollia Ave.. Coral Gables. their own prerogatives in how to, carry out these rules. • If teens violate parental rules, they should be punished by some restrictions; otherwise the par ents' authority is meaningless. The punishment >hou!d "fit the crime." • Ir. choosing friends, career and college, one's general upbringing .. iM h.r. n important effect. However, while parents should i • elect I the choice of college an.I career, they -hould not become at 11 involved in the M lection of friends. • Taunts >huid have the right 10 know the general whereabouts of their teens, but cannot expect 11 have a detailed accounting. • When raising teen-agers, par natural for friends to he coming and going and for certain noisy activities to be taking place. In the wo-kshop on the 'World of Adult Authority." the following conclusions were reported: • The fact that a minor can be sent to a detention home shows that the minor is held responsible rather than the parent. • This re-ponsibility is proper because teens are allowed to drive. Insurance Exec To be Speaker Henry Gilbert, life insurance analyst and a member of the Mil lion Dollar Round Table for 17 con.-ecutiv? years, will speak at a meeting of local insurance executives on Friday, 9 am, at the Everglades Hotel. Other cuest speakers will include Evan Miller, of Montpelier. Viand Paul Rothkrug. of New York City. Mayor Robert King High will be guest of honor at the seminar. to leave sch->ol at sixteen, and to enlist in military' service at seventeen. Parents may be held morally aicountable for some teen behavior because they set poor exambut the real responsibility belongs to the teen-ager. • Proposals to raise the driving age from 16 to 13 are unworkable. ause <>f inadequate tran-portalion facilities other than the automobile. • The law should not permit the sale of alcohol to teens, but the present law is broken all the time and drinking is widespread. Parents now a days generally permit their teen-agers to drink in the home. This may not be a good situation but it is the reality • Sex standards for teenj a adults should be different becatual teens can be overwhelmed bj ih,'r[ emotions. Tuo much sex lal tret I dom for teen-agera carries manvl dangers, including too earl) mar-l e and parenthood m ,,' %  und( ,1 nable ciriumstances • 'lhe adult world im lie gambli 1. an I iccn~ to lake pan No 011 appears! t to regard ambling as an eviul it is not likely that teens • %  :11 looJcl upon it this way either • Adult authorities tn lie delinquents too lenientl) delinquents hide behind their agel and seek to avoid responsibilm I Teens need and want more adult I controls. It looks like drama but it's comedy, and it involves the struqgle by Prof. Henry Higqins, played by Rex Harrison, to reform Eliza Doolittle. a London slum girl portrayed by Audrey Hepburn, and make her a beautiful, well-spoken ledv. Wilfrid Hyde-White, looking on, enjoys their battle. The scene is a high moment from "My Fair Lady." the big Warner Bros, en tertainment now at the Lincoln Theatre. 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FridayDecember 18, 1964 +Jenisti thiradliicTin Page 13-B at i Dade Count). HiBeach, i oral Gables, Miami Beach and vice Miami presented Gerih testimonials citing Gerhi< law enforcemenl acre since his election in Presented to Gerstein by auir-orco'umnist Jim Bishop on betxalt o* the audience was a four•trip to Spain, France, Italy and Israel. also received other ling records and a i trom members oi the ey's staff, ; ceremonies at the Larry King, i :\ bbi Joi eph R Narot, c Israel, offered the inn i lied the function "oi e • -> days in my life Dc Have W Ahead < Do Tracl • oul for them rthi Marathon Cham a member of the Fuof America, on the -i. .II "i the school neu ipaper, "Tropic Topics," and is u student office as slant. Mi < avell is secretary of the la Regi m, Men's club of the i mud Synagogue ol America. He ia member Of the Hoard of I)irectors oi the Hebrew Academy, \ t %  %  111r vice president ol the Beth Torah Congregation, he has %  ( rved five years as secretary ol iuthi .1-' Ri gion ol the United ue. K lush \ li follow the service, reception will be held in the ling at he DiLldo Hotel. Stuart Zuckerman Mr and Mrs. ir "m Zuckerman, 1145 101st SI %  • %  will be Bar Mil/; lire [9, al T mpli Menor ibbJ Mayer z H iil officiate, and Cantoi i Kaftn wil£pe I he e; ndle'.i litim? (eierrjony. smart is a student of the e ligious school of Temple Menorah and attends Nautilus Junior High, '.'.here he is an eighth grade stu dent. Pinner receptiojj in Stuart's honor .'ill be held Saturday evening ai the Seville Hotel. Kenny Sherman K< nnj Sh rman ill celebrate hi Bar Mitzvah party at 7 p.m., Saturday, Dec, 19. in the Diplomat I ountry Club's Calcutta jionm. He is the son ol Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Sherman. 900 Adams St., HollyV OOd, Bar Mitzvah ceremony will be held at Temple Beth El, with Dr. i | /.. jaffe officiating. Howard Bkmberg Rabbi Eliezer A. Levi and Can tor William W. l.ipson will officiate al services on Saturday morn-, ing, Dec. 19, in Beth David Synaie when Howard Keith, soil Ol Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Blumberg, 3534 E, Glencoe si will be Bar Mitzvah Howar! attends eighth grade in i nandoah Junior High, where plays trumpet in the concert !. .. spelling bee chamin grades four through seven, ; model car-. The B are celebrating ard's I i-lhdaj and Bar Mitzon the same day with a re ie Napoleon Room ol i %  Hotel is Mr. and Mrs and Mr. and m • Reibi I will be pn I Susan Cavell Alan Zangen Howard Blumberg tileen Kaplan Michael Wolf Michael is a student at Kinloch Park Junior High School. Rabbi Allied Waxman will officiate during services at Temple Zion. bi Samuel April officiating. Robert i-a seventh grade student Rockway Junior High. He plays trumpet in the school band, and he is interested in electronics. Grandparents who will honor Robert at his Bar Mitzvah are Dr. nd Mrs. Nathan Redstone. Buffalo, \'.Y and Mrs. Harry Fox. .Miami. an bi seball and football player. Dr. and Mrs. Redstone will host Sandy Langner Sandy, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Langner, not NE 169th Ter., bserve his Bar Mitzvah on irdav, Dec. 19, at Beth Torah Congregation, .i",'-"i"i" ,"'"' 'A*7 ",'' • t'>e hiddush on Saturday morning Rabbi Max A Lipschltz will prefollowing services. Reception will % senl him with a Bible on behalf be held at the Seville Hotel Sat* ol the VIollie Kahaner Sisterhood urdaj even Canto r ". n Zion Kirschenbaum will assist nl the ceremony. Sandy is a mem! fifth class, and has ; n officer oi the Student Congregati 9, at Ahavat Shalom will include at the Bar Mitzvah ot Stephen Josel Parsons. Son of Mr. and Mrs Robert Parsons, the celebrant is in the eighth grade at Riviera Junior High and plays drum in the school band. lie is aiso an accomplished acaccordionist and an outstanding Stephen Parsons Saturn" ervices, Dec. > % 1451 W. 300 MILES FREE. £1^50 17 Per Week BEN'S RENTALS FLAC-LER FR 3-0326 Robert Redstone lay moi ning, Dec. 19, Robert M -on ol Dr. .md Mrs Jos eph Red-tone. \wii be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Or Olom, with RabIn Dade :LES PEARLMAN, A.S.A. •. -# Senior Member American Societv "f Appraisers i Member Miami and Miami Beach Board of Realtors ESTATES-CONDEMNATION—PARTITION-FINANCING 1 l0,5 B1 s ;r o,d REAL APPRAISALS E STATE P „ „ 6 „ I %  s of oliniii • v, %  the I was broken. Ri pcrfoi nances mdii a shattered again. i finale 1 of this racing vill be the running of the internal onally-famoua Biscayne n Des. ?3. Jegcl is Speaker Here Eileen Kaplan Dr Ii Lchrman will :..:ilitzvah al I ol Mr and Mi Lewis ; on Saturday, Dec. 19, at lc Em inu-El. Eileen is in the eighth grade at Nautilus Junior lliyh. She is a pi• and a member of the Future Teachers of America. Jacob Kaplan, E.'--en s grandfather, of Boston, Mass., will be here for the occasion. The celebrant will be honored at a reception Saturday evening at Wolf son of I Segal, planning consult a nt ol the Welfare Planning Counher home. ^ ( C| l of Dide County, was to discuss 1 ounty's Social. Health and M.cnaei Welfare Needs" at the next meetMichael Allan, son of Mr. and i the Executive Club of MiMrs. Cornell Wolf. 4430 SW 1st St.. •mi Beach on Thursday at the Emwill be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday h( rReseaurant. i morning, Dec. 19. r^^ .... %  r i -—wwvvwwm SKY LAKE CAMPS Extends a Cordial Invitation to All Campers, Former Campers, Staff and Friends to attend the ANNUAL GET-TOGETHER on Sunday, December 27th 2 to 4 P.M. at the DEAUVILIE HOTEL, 6701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Him of last year's program will be shown and refreshments served. 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Pcge 14-B +Je*isti fhrk/ian Friday, December 13, 1964 Ambassador's Ball Leader Here Predicts 'Sell-Out' for Major Social Event Dec. 26 ana Sidney D. Ansin, chairman of the Presentations Committee for the Ambassador's Ball, extends an oHicial invitation for participation in the ball to Hon. Galileo Cabrales, dean of the Consular Corps of Greater Miami. ABYSCH PM Frontier Now Open Here The Frontier, 2982 Coral Way. popular-priced restaurant, opened last week. Herman Sumar, who built the Uig Porterhouse, now known as the Hed Lion, has operated department* in some 160 supermarkets. distributing meats to them. The Frontier motif is a unique Western style, including oil paintinn on the walls. Perl Heads Beth Raphael Congregation Abysch Perl hat been elected presi i Beth Raphai I Con n ion. other officers named Include Julius Sapero, honorarj president. Lawrence T Berliner. lust vice preaidaot; Samuel Be aal. second vice president; Morris Schwartsman, treasurer: Benja min A^ronov recording secret ar\: Kaip 1 Krieoar, financial secre lary: and Joseph Schwartz, sec ond recording secretary Board of Directors includes Sam Hussein, Jack Kobel, Isac*or Sosr.a, Julius Rath, Joseph Roth, Ralph Krieger and Hyman Rosen. Beth Raphel was recently noti fied by the Florida State Road Department to vacate its quarters on or about Jan. 1 for a new express v. ay. It i> the first and oldest Jewish congregation in Miami, having been organized as Beth David over 40 years ago. Beth Raphael is currently looking for new quarters and envisions a membership expansion program. Mdney D Ansin. chairman of the i mmittee l Patrons for the Ami — dor's Ball, indicated this %  pet that tin Ball would be %  "sellout" days h-lore the event, as final preparations were to be completed at i reception Thursday evening for patrons and sponsors in the Louis Philhpe Room of the Fontainehleau Hotel The Ambassador's Ball, sponsor e; the Beth FI Congregation Dinner on May 31, and Mrs. Schiff Official etCOrtS will be Philip Berk o.vltz, Mr. and Mrs. Ilyman Chabner and Mr and MrJoseph Zalis • Dave Margulies ami MrMar lies, honi n i at the Temple Beth Torah dinm r n Sept 19. They ill be i bj Rabbi and Mi *. Max A. Li] Mr and -Mrs. Jerry J DuDell and Mr Mrs. Samuel Fox. • Mr. and Mrs. j aco b Rl[kln I honoree. of the Temple Beth lorn Dinner on Oct. 17 Te ,r corts will be Rabbi and Mrs LSI Krcnish. Mr and Mrs. Seymour sS vcrman and Mr. and Mrs o UK T snetman. r • Judge and Mrs Irving Cnen honoree* at the Temple E ;a nUi Dinner on Oct 24 Their •' will be Dr. and Mrs In 1 Lehr man, Mr. and Mrs Josep \\ i, D ton and Mr, and Mr. { J„ lasky, •Mr. and MrMax K u m \ Mr and Mrs Uuis R b ,, ln honorees at the Tempi,. Menorih Dinner on Oct. 11. The,official escorts will he Rabbi ,-j |j n Mayer Abramowitz, Mr id Mrs. I Maurice Revltz an.I Mr ; Mr "' Sol Frankel. • Mr. and Mrs. Hem IQ Keldman. honore.-.s at the Ten e Beth Am Dinner on Oct 25 They mil be escorted by Rabbi and Mrs, Her. ban at, Baumgard and ilr and Mrs. Phil Revitz. • Col. William J Rani, nd Mrs. Harris, honorees at ha Temple Mar Tamid Dinner or. Nov. 29. They will be escorted 1 Rabbi and Mrs Eugene B Laboviti and Mr and Mrs Murra\ A Firm Adds Ginsburg The law firm ol Myi Kaplan am Edwin M Ginsburtj has led with the int Elev? Rwitdlng, t St, Miami, Qood uUwsfc is \ LIVE AT ]YJariborough J-Jouse Miami Btich'i Only OCEANFROHT COHDOMIMUM IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Magnificent 1-bedroom, 1-bath and 2-bedroom, 2-bath apartment homes • Private swimming pool and ocean beach • Central air conditioning (individually controlled) • Free enclosed parking • Private terraces • Maid service available • Private card room MARLBOROUGH HOUSE < on the c 1 mome ping, 'es'.aurants and theatres. I -'ancng provides individual ownei epartr,ent. You assume no financial respons: ar owners! You may sell or lease as you des re... BUY! DONT RENT MARLBOROUGH HOUSE api : IS little t %  $ 75 ptr ." % % % %  I plus mortgage pg. n e nt DOWN PAYMENTS ARE LOW EMMM -ic'tgiat • WASHINGTON FEDERAL Mortpf* Department J701 Meridian Are Prone X 6 6 I •SMI tm't %  **-.cn t- |AC -*d yw -Wi' *' **t" aM-JCtiont I •: '.': *-. 6775 Collins Ave M I Pnena 864-3221 MARLBOROUGH HOUSE powerfully influential on SOUTH FLORIDA'S flood JAusic STATIONS AM-1080 KC NOW 10,000 WATTS WMj 1Q5.1 MC • 160.000 WATTS %  RCHBafBHHHalBaVP?^



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fridcy. December 18. 1964 +Jm>M ftnrldffar Page 15-B II FBI NAPHTAll POKUSH [Rabbi Porush To Speak Here Rabbi Nanhti.li Porush. of the Hesivta liiyh School, will address H,>hr; •' %  ol iireater Miami on Baturdi evening, 8:15 p.m. at Federal Savings and L"an 1234 Washington Ave. BB Women In Activities On Wednesday evening, (he Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women's Council of Miami. held its general meeting at the Southwest Jewish Center. Miss Joan Corden, a paint demonstrator, demonstrated a technique in textile painling for home decorating and fashion design. Members and guests participated. Gilbert .1. Balkin will hold a membership hayride and chicken dinner for paid up members and their husbands on Saturday night at the C-Bar-S Ranch. A special award will be given to the member who has brought in the most new members. Emma Lazarus Chapter will hold its general meeting on Tuesday evening at Washington Federal Savings. 1344 Washington Ave. Program will be a "White Ele phant Sale." Ol ihf tines iii -. DIAMOND. IM „ died I'.. LOWENSTEIN. i*t s\\ uii si 74, .'i I i Rlvi I -i.i. ii. Iierl v ,ii. .1 l •.-.. in I'Hlalii lllv i Chin b 71. Mir.iiii.ii. .M. llllam. • l. li TT. of '. "X, .II \. ", of .1 JMJ I Dec. K< |HlPI, I.II M-: r.Snd nf .'.'. i v.. ,-. i'Milt I'ily. l.".tli St. MECHLOW. I sW i,.Hi WII 7 Rlvi I Idi DIMENSTL, ,. I'ullins Avv. %  •nil \.-.. MI DOCTOR. I MI. i.. rt. ; %  ninn. GREEN. Mi I'1 fin* \-,, >. r. i... Itlvi relde. LEE. Mrs. Y.tta. Xea in., n PARKER. In. I'hlHp, 7 %  Mini i 'i •I. I i. .-.. i \ i, 1> ti Riverside. TURK. win;. I.II. 7-;. ..r :. m \\,-t Ave. S. r\ H .•in Brooklyn. Klvi rslde. ABBOTT. M, v. ..( I|"M Nautllu* l-.. died IH i Ilia -:LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN ANO FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65361-B IN I:I: i:.-t;ii.... .-AIMi: Al'STIN, al>.. known an SARAH .\ I .-TIN of gMil in I.i-. He a.1 be "Religious Israel and in lli> ibject wil Youth ; ctivities in tr.cn.. ; ora Porush is ordained from ew rheological College in nd has his BS degree in therm", from Roosevelt Univercago Foi i\ years, he was director II Moshava in Wisconsin lor ol B'nai Akivah in Chicac \ ter ni b> 11 : teri : ed b> : Rabt. Hebrew flciU'i --ion on the daily chapi Bible will be presented • racli Kwitney. New offie Moadon will be installNathaniel Soroff. Shimon Azulay. of the \cademy. is the newlyI resident oi the Moadon Dr. lehrman Attends Confab D ng Lehrman. chairman ii die Combined Jewish Ap%  -< uted the Greater Mi inity and CIA as a par :i the Sunday morning luring the three-day nanference of the United m New York last ppeal Ml g the conference along vilh i Lehrman were Arthur .K .:!). executive director ot • %  Miami Jewish Federa Mrs Irving Lehrman, ca npaign chairman, as president of the I ot Jewish Women UAHC Camp Sessions Slated The Ray and Philip N, Coleman I'nion of American Hebrew Congregations Camp Institute in Cleveland. Ga., will conduit nine separate sessions during the summer ol 1965 Schedule includes junior camp session for boys and girls 9, 10 and II, June IS lo July 13; intermediate, boys an I girls, 12. 13 and 14. June 15 to July 13; Southeast Federation ot Temple Youth and Southern Federation of Temple Youth combined Kallah. July 15 !o 23; Southeast Federation of Temple Youth board meeting, July 25 to 27. Youth Advisors' Institute. July 25 to 27; SF.FTY Institute. July 28 to Aug. 9; SOFTY Institute. Aug. 12 to 22; Southeast Council Teachtis' institute, Aug. 25 to 29; Adult Retreat. Sept 2 to 6. All sessions will be led and supervised by qualified camp professionals in particular interest are Uie junior and intermediate camp sessions, which combine general camping w'th an intensive lielorm Ji vish experience Complete information and applications for all sessi nmay be obtained at all Reform congregations in the southeast or bj writing directly to Southeast Camp-Institute. 816 Congress Building, Miami NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO All CredlllM 11 nd All IV! l> lln\ in*: Claim* • %  la-mand* Against Maid l-M.n. Vou are li< •'•>' notified and required t>. pi -• ni en> claims .u.,1 demand* Which you mi) have against ih. .-i.n. of SADIE Al'STIX, also known ...SAI'.AII .ii MI.' .. %  ..>..i Ini, of Queen County, Sew York, lo ih.1'iiuntj ludirei ol n.-.i. County, .M.i i he -. %  in aui.li. .•!.and ..provided in Section 7:::.-.. Klorlda Statutes, in their "in..nt ill''".iii1 "ii IIIMII.%  111 I ."i. Ullt) l-'l, n iila. within -iv .. lentlHI ll'"l.IllI'M. Ill the lii.i. "i llle IIIl liuhliral on here| to In i.i. IT III.' .1111. tt III llC I %  I .i il ill M ."i.i. I.I.II ..i I % %  -. inln i. ,\ i %  ;: % %  •! tlDUM MANTIS AAm lllui J Kxei .ins I.KON KAI'I.A.N i M> ; %  -. II. I" A l< A I I.I llej fill \ IM ill. i IV KXCI I i.'.u s U :S Miami. Kla. 12 IM-.*:,. nil l-s Wise Chapter Slates Film NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65179-B ix RK: i:-!.,!. "i ABE UAl'IOEH Deceased, To All Creditor* nd All Persons HiivInn Claim"i Demands Against Mild Estate: Vou, and each of you, are hereh> notified and required to present any %  •'aiman.i demands which you, ..i either of you, mil) huve against Ihi ,-iai. of AUK I.AI'II>KK d< la!.of Had* i ounty, r lorlda, t il"II..n I'llWK H l>OW I.IXU fount} .ludm ol ..mi. und flli ii" -um,. in hla i.fflci In the Count} i 'oiirthoiie HI I '."I. i 'omit} Kloi Idii u ithln -IN %  ••' %  ".'.n ihf fi ."" thi ,i .,;.. ,.i ii,.%  %  .|iulil at Ion hi I %  ol .mi.-i .;. n ui .1' main the Ii mil uddi -"i the clal nanl anil In t... -\\..i ii to ami i reiented B i Id, -.in., w III be bul %  i i a IH-I r.iii. A i %  lll'.N K8SKN \i:. of the I..-' \\ ll nnd T, man %  i ol VUIO I. \: i. %  : He.%  ,l KSSEN .\ KSSKX ,\i IOI in,} KM i I tor : %  "\in. i I:I.IMini u |v-:"., i i-v LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60045-A ix HE i:-i.. • .IIEKX \':i %  I l-'l-'i'i It'RT, a 1. ., BEHXARD I.EI KtlH ITZ 1 ii-.-.a-..| NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tn All Credlii r and Ml Pi i BHIH HavInn ciiiini,,i I ..iiiaiiils Auani.-i Kald Estate: Yi.n are In reliy notified and required i '*enl an> clalmH and deinamlwhich you n ia s have ayain-! the estate of 1'ERXAHH 1.1-: i--i -i HI: I a k a BEHX \l:i %  l.i-ilK > iu ITS! a. • a-i-.i late of fade County, rlorlda, lo the County JudtteM of Dade County, iiinl file Hi" name in dupllente ami as imivlil.il in Heetion 7SS.1S, Plorldn siaint.-s. in |heh office* .n the County Court houre in I >n-l.County, II"!-iiia. within -i\ calendar montna from the linn of the lir-i publication hereof, in the Name will i. barred. I'ai.a at Miami, Florida, thinth day of i > %  • %  'iitii.-r, A.I. ISM SIDNEY LBrVOirRT As Executor Myers, Helman, Kaplan A.Cntaman Attorney for Admr: C.T.A. I1M s.w. Pimt sn.-et I 12 18-85, 1 1-^ CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO At.I. in WHOM THESE PRE8i:\rs Sll.ii.l. COME, ORBETlXdS: Whereas. BERNARD M. ROTHMAN, MIAMI. PLfiRIDA: LEONARD |. l.i:VK.\STi:i\, MIAMI. R.ORIDA: RICHARD I IIEHRKX, MIAMI, Pi.i UMI • A iii.l on the th day ..f April. A.D. I:"!*.', cause lo be Incorporated under the laws of the SViit* of l-'l..rida AlalirslXKSS KORMS Men.. IVC. ; t'l.'.t ati"ii. with iiprincipal place ..f business at MIAMI. DADE COCNTY, in ii • Stute of Plorldn, nnd ... --i.ii i noratlnn did on the • a ill • ... Ivci lulu iV.D It'll'. cause -. ih. offic the Hecrei si i -I ihe Stati ol ; %  '!.. i.ia. thi .1 in i-ntary authorll j reM TIIKSE Pill :BXTS .-'II \i.l. CliME, UREJjJTIX'lS Whereas, IXiX A. M.VTICKS, i.V. MIAMI BICACH, l'l."l:!l >.\. IRWI.M i WEINER, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA: S JAMES COHEN, MIAMI I'.I.Ai'll Kl.i IRID \ did .HI the 1st day ..I Januai A.P PISH, .-aiis.t" be i" corporated uudci the lawn of Ihe State ol Florida A.II.C. ADVBRTISINJ SPECIALTIES, INC a coiporutlon, xi'lth its principal place ,.f business ill MIAMI. DADK CiiCNIV. in the Slatnf Florida, and ttheroan such ..I-I...ni ii .ii did "ii ih" Sill da} of liecemher, A.li. it".i. cause p. be filed in the office ..i Hi-s. .-! %  • iai} I.I State nf I -%  State of Florida, the documentary authority required under Section 808.27, Floridu Statute*, shnwinu the ilissi.|iiii..ii of KUch corporHtlon. Now, thervfore, the Hecretan of state does hereby certlfj t>. !"• %  foreirolUR and thai lie Is nallfled that the requirementM of the law have been oomplled with. IX WITNESS WHEREOF, I hnve hereunto net my hand and have affixed the (Irent Seal nf the Stain of Florida, at Tallahassee, tluCapital, thithe THIRD da) "f DECEMBER, A I>. 11*0-1. i-all Toil ADAMS Secretarj of Mai. 12 iv til NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65 .81-A (Blanton) IX RE: K.-ta II.\lti M.I' I.. B.\ RNES. K.-I-. .i.-.-.l. To All Creditors and All Pi rsons tlnv ln Claim.,,|I i, in.,ii.IAd -' U Katati : You are hereby notified nnd %  • qulri a i" i" .--.-. .. ii > la liny and %  %  niands which you mai huve an the estate of HAROLD I. l'.Al:\i:s de< asi .i late i t I 'adi Count} I Ida. i" in. > % %  .nt -in-ill"ol i '%  • County, i,ii,l fill the same in ilunlii-al.. all. I ll |ir •• Ided li S'eCI lot ; I l.lli. I-lorlda Snnutes, in their office* In i li. i' mm y < Dndi i> Florida, u ni'i six calendar m i'i ..in i he in < I" lri nublli hereof, MI the saini ill lie bni I Mat. .1 .. I Mi I. I'l" i-i.i. I Ills da) "i I lecen r, A.D. HUM HARRY II. SMITH AM l"\. ...I.n SMITH %  >. MANDI.ER, KSQS, Attorneys for Rstati llii Lincoln Ru id, ill: I'l-i. .IK 1-7417 lj/u-is-Sr., I i Sherman Gets Testimonial Here '. nan as to be presented plaque from the Florida %  liber of Commerce for •with the Kmploy the %  -ii Pro -i. mi nn Thiir.i m ;tt ;i breakfast in ore Ten.ice Hotel. WTVJ speaker was to be Ralph ice president in charge for Television Station Mrs, Anna K White, program chairman "i the Louise Wise Chap ter, American Jewish Congress, announces that a special meeting will be held al the Monte Carlo Hotel on Thursday, Dec. 2i. at I < is g m New Kim, "Point <>i View," will he shown. Film depicts the AJCongress am in action in the fields (| i Jewish affairs, international affairs, community relations, and Ian and soc al Bctions, Mrs. Louis Cohen, membership chairman, w ill introduce and welcome ne members; Mesdames Rebecca Podet, Anna Magid, Ada Golensky, Jean Schaffer, Ida Friedman, Henrietta Goldfem. Bertha Riibenstein. Mae Grushow, Nettie Baum and Betty Schachtnian. Mrs. Linian Hersch. past presi lent of the Louise Wise Chapter. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. IN CHANCEfVY No. 64C 13774 WllllDRl l\\ I. .M.Mi.N I %  \ w II.I.II: I., 'i ISI: SAU-MUN. llefclul NOTICE f" PUBLICATION Tn W II.I.II-: l.'M ISI: SAI-MON HI \\ ii M..1IHI \ ii.-n. Ne 1 MU' ARE HERBBV L ..,,-. I %  i -. • i| .. ai'i %  %  %  quired tn \ %  .. %  i,-,. i tu the foi I'l ilnl • n Ha I'lalni i IMIII.-V. kit i IH I! W K VUUfK, U h,,-, a.l.l• • N VV I I i i Miami. Flu il i, and fil. ihe m bcinal MI ill" Answ. i in t. • a ill, i •!. ,K id IL. E'i lentil Judli n. nnd l"i i %  •!• '' mill V a. "ti ..i licfnn I'L :.'"th da> ..i .lanuary, In i|, .. id ..I win. li the ''"in lilnlnl .ii In ;•..-. n .-coiifeHm .1 bj \ Mil. DATEI i ;>nr.ili das ..I l'., einlH-r, i: i: I EATHEHMAN, flei-k, a, ii i ,'.... I 'a.l. founts Florida ,.,.,U By: K M I V\l \N 11, |.ui> ri.rk 13 lv .'-'.. 1 l-s IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 65-16S-A IN RE: I'-' it.of \ri: AIIAM i.'i rrTKi.i. Decea %  -l NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tn All fredllorn and All Peraonn Havinu ('liilnix MI Demundft Agalnni Ssuld I-'tnti Vou ai • %  In t". by nol Ifled and t-> -in ed %  %  %  nny clalntf nnd demandi u lii li < "it may have UH ilnsl %  -. m H'.RAHAM '.'I 'ITTKI.I. tleceaeed late of Hade County. Florida, lo the fonnt> .'IIIIL-I-a I'ail, founty. and llle the mini In duplicate ami :.MI -.i.i--.I in Section 7::::.l'i Kloridit si.H !.--. in i heir offh i In Hi. founts i 'otirthotim In I aili IS", l-i'-ri.la. \v 'Inn Mix calendar twinfi .-in the I line nf the firm ptihl hereof, "i I'I %  -.'in, will l" bai -1 Hated -it Miami. Florldn, tinllth ,1.,\ uf Decenil.ei', A.D IfM \ ETT \ Ql'ITTBI.Ii \I \.-. uti i\ i-'ii-.i iI.; II .ii of minol I.-.on in, i -tti %  -i i'.-. ••••I., i. IIERNMTE N A MILLER Att<.ni,-\ f,i Kxecutrlx, V. li'n.-i Cliin in I'ida I;. \\ Flaarli r St, 12'D %  1 |-S NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 13745 VVliNNE DEN SETT, I'laiiXATH v V11:'. IIENNETT. 1 '• SUIT FOR DIVORCE i \-ATH \NIEL E IIENNETT ii?:.-. I ii' -. Street, A|it. K Kvai -Indiana Vou NATHANIEL K I'-I-NMI I .... herebs Ifled that i B ...in,.lain i %  %  l"i'-''"'. ii filed .,1 yuu %  %  • ,,. nervi a • %  ; %  • of S'our An.-" t r '" ItHI "i fomplalnl on attomes, li-wln %  ,IHI tt.ii. Miami, I'l." original Anawei or ..rfi..,.r the Clerk of the Circuit fowl on or before the 20th das ••' January, IM6. If you_ fail juiUuatit by default will be I I'l.ail IIK the i 'llli-tii HI I I' 1 Ida and Hie H I'l, a. II. IK in til" il.. I v ill conduct the meeting and greet the special guests. A special report will be I on the need to modernize immigration policies. given V. S. Marcello Maitroianni and Sophia Loren star in "Marfiaqe Italian Style." which opens Sunday, Dec. 20. at le Mayfair. Parkway, SunSet end Ncrrnandie Thea^es % %  oi'.d premiere showZ amor a USY In Paper Drive United Svnaeoaue Youth of Tern : pie Zamora is havlttg paper drive fund-raising project for December, 1 ending on Sunday. The papers an : magazines will be st -red al in : s '"'' 1 '-''' iten, 1799 SW 18th SI Pickup Edward fji'c-ci'.oei'. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65356 IX RR K.-'.i :•ol Mi IRIUS AI'I.Ki: I leeeam i NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All fredlfoni and All Pereonn Havln iiaiiii.or Demand* As.iin-i .-'aui l-:.-latt %  : Vou are hereby notified and required t unj claims and demand* which you ma' have ajrulnvl tli, estate of MORRIS AHI.i:il deeeaaed late of I'ad.foMity, Worlda, to the I'oiinty JudgVe of Ma.I.i..iiiit>. ami file the .-ante In dnpllcat. and a lirovlded in Section T3S.1B, rlorlilu S'.atutea, in tl" IT office* hi Ihi tj t'.-iii-tli"'!-in I 'ail,founty, Fin Ida, witf • ulendar munrh* ft % %  thi tin f the tn -t liublli uti' n In re. %  i he Hani, w ill be I I ..,i. I HI Ml imi, r'loi (In, das i i % %  %  r. A.n '.'"-i l. \u -;' NfK AIM.Kit \Aronovltz, %  taKell iljilillist \MI for ihe tell.l' il, mandeal In the Bill "i fomplalnt. Thin n.iiic. -I"-!! •'. published one* i,ii .-,-'.. f-.ii".it conaecutlve weeka in TIHS JKW IHH RIXHUDIAN. HUM: ASI) 'i;i •! %  :!< i-:n al Miami, hlorlda, tliiiIMh day of li,-i'enibet. All. UMM i: i: LEATHERMAN, Clark, circuit Court, l'ade County, Flortda ( eal) By: K M. I.YMAN I >.-|iuty Clerk CHRISTIE A. I.K\'KNSTKIN llll Coral Way, Miami, Kla. ""14.. M> me>* ror llarntlff 4S-41 IS 18-25, I l-S IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 65276A IX KK. Rotate ..f CARL KACI.'V. I le, ......Ml. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All fi .ilit"iand All IVI-..I.iluvina Claims uf l.. t.r,->. ni nn> clulniH and .1-maiiilihleh yon in.i' have nsaiin-t the estate nf f \ in, i: xi'l :v di i late "t Dade t'..uiit>, Kli rldu, tu the '"Illll \ I Udgl %  I '.I :• '"11111' Ptld ill. t n. -ain. .ii iiiii.li. ate and tie ;iro\ hied ui s.-i ti-.n T:'.:: li 1' ilu Slalutee, in the iifll • the i "oiiutv Courthouae In Itada Count.', Kloridu, \\ iiliin -1 \ calendai n. %  .h i %  i Ime >.i thi I -. -' lublli ation I ..Ithe -.in. will lie barred. I -at. .1 til Mi.in ,. I Ioi Ida, till'•til das "i I '• •• IIIIH A.l %  r...'.i MII.I'KKI' ii \i--i:v \i:\..-ii.i\ l-'i-1 |..il. .i' ..II of Until,nth da> i i iee, inln Sinn. II. 11..> s ,v < li mi %  Attorney: i" i:\. -.itrix .in, Alneb %  • i Miami, Ilorlda .... IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOH DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65283-A IN RE INlatol A.W K s-m CSS I ,, • .. ,i NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.. All CredlK.ru nnd til I'.i-,-.Hav Ina t'laim"i i ..iiiaiai.Axainxi Sml l-:.-tat.-: V.in are hereli.i n %  •: Ifled and t %  • quired i<. nreeeni an> .ln.niand il.-inandv wlilrh '.a ma> ha\e an.in-t thi • late of \'-\ i. si'iiAiss n i-.-a.-.-.l late n| I'a.l.t'-.ntit.'. I 1 la.l ti. t he i 'mini i Jtldai ,.t' I Mile %  ty, and file I luplieal an.l us |ii-,.i ill. ,i In s, tioit ; i-.. I Statin. -s. iii their office* in the County c'ourthouae 111 I'a-i. .Vntii'. I Ida, within x %  lendar month! the time "i tni i -i |iul>Hi al Ion hereof, MI tn. aami "ill i. Iiurred. Hai.il at Miami, Klorlda, iiiiilal ,,t l %  ,i, In \ i %  i.i:sii:i: n AI.I.X \MM:I: Ai:.\, eutoi Kilst publl i'i ,il>I: the 11 tn da> "i I'% % %  • n'i.,1 -. is.. I. l.Kll.N K MIAN of M' en*. I leiinit n ft Kaplan Ait..in.' foi Executor li.'.n s.w. i.-t Btr< el i; ii-is.'j-, nil Mil NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW M.'l'Ki: IS HEREBY CHVBN thai tinunderaia I, dealrlng to eairafre In bnxineea tindei the flcllrlou* name of ,. vi, Wl >ini: BARBKR SIKH' h \ -. i, a. Miami. IM, ni, ia 1 1 n me tt ,i, i l the I 'Ircult ''"tu t of %  %  \ IMMKRTO \t \\ i 'XKIKI.n .-•r 1 I IN THE COUNT'. juDic S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 6S285C IS RE: Retate nf BIZICK CCiCllXlt'K. 1 >..,-,-i,-,..i NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All freditoni and All Pereomi H Inn Claims i.r I'ltnanilAaninst Saul Estate : Yon are betel.' notified and required t" preeenl an> i-laims and il"miinilWhich '"'i 'ii-'' hn\" airainst the .--taie of EIZ1CK Pl'TERNlOK deoeaaed late of Ihide County, l-1: Ida, in Hie founts Judges of \>' provided in Meet ion i Florida si.i lutes, In tli. ii otfiti %  In the c..iint> i'"in th,.,:-, III Hade I'.H.I. t>. Florida, "iiliii -n il.n.l.f mi.nt'is from lite ti'ii. ..t* the firel publleatlon net iof, ..i t it.-. in.M ill be i.at i < i >..t. .1 ai x *. t iii,i... ul No\. mil AH JACK I AI Simon, Hays >i 11 Attorm i :;..| Ait Miami. I mill



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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 18, 1964

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

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

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University of Florida
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AA00010090:01872

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 18, 1964

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

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"Jewish Florldian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
.me 3"" Number 51
Miami, Florida, Friday, December 18, 1964
Two Sections Price 20tf
shkol Quits as B-G Pressure Mounts
SPECIAL TWO-DAY CQWZRfr
N.Y. Rabbis, Social
Workers in Program
On Intermarriage
XI YORK (JTA) A four-
Ipoint program was recommended
In j abbis and Jewish social
worker! for implementation by
I synagogues and Jewish social ag-
t'l.ut' in an effort to preserve the
Continuance of the American Jew-
fish community against threats of
assimilation through intermar
naae
The trogram was the result of
special two-day conference on
llu problem of intermarriage, held
under the sponsorship of the Com-
ii ssion on Synagogue Relations of
IN' Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies of New York. The con-
renc< recommended:
1. Establishment of an Institute
on Intermarriage to study the
problem, which was reported as
particularly acute on the college
camp, ses in this country.
2. Establishment of counseling
centers on personal problems and
Judaism, "to bring desperately
needed guidance to those on the
periphery of Jewish life, who have
no access to existing agencies."
3. Pooling of the resources of
home, synagogue. Jewish schools,
community centers and summer
camp for the intensification of
Jewish education on all levels,
both formal and informal, reach-
ing college youth and Jewish
adults as well as children.
4. The convening of a more
broadly based conference on in-
termarriage.
Dr. Nathan Goldberg, professor
of sociology at Yeshiva University,
presented demographic data show-
ing that the rate of intermarriage
is now mounting, 'corresponding
Continued on Page 9-A
JDC Sets Up Budget
Of $28 Million for '65
K. YOHK-(JTA)-The Joint
! >tribUtion Committee will need
"0 to meet the minimum
Is Of an estimated 456.000 refu-
gi : distressed Jews in 30
during 1965.
gure was reported at the
national conference of the
Jewish Appeal, attended by
1' el the United States, at a session
devoted to a special observance
ol JDC 30th anniversary and to
lion of the agency's bud-
Set needs.
Moses A. Leavitt. JDC executive
vice chairman, told the delegates
that increasing distress among
Jews many areas, combined
ttith th< end of West German rep-
[ration! funds, would lead to a
"dangerous yap" next year in the
JDC ; programs
Issue Split Wide Over
Reopening Investigation
Of Pinhas Lavon Case
DAVID RIN-GURION
bill lor power
JERUSALEM(JTA Prime
.Minister Levi Kshkol tendered the
resignation Of his Government
Monday night to President Zal-
man Shazar. Mr. Eshkol's resig-
nation came just before a second
meeting was to have been held by
the central committee of the Ma-
Threat to Survival Of
Judaism Outlined Here
Leavitt pointed out the JOC
in 1965 will no longer receive
grants from the Conference on
Jewish Material Claims Against
Germany. These grants, averag-
ing $7,COO 000 annually over the
past 11 years, helped maintain
welfare, rehabilitation, cultural
and religious programs benefit-
ing surviving victims of Nazi
persecutions.
Jack D. Weiler, ol New York, a
national chairman of the UJA,
traced the JDC's development from
Its limited initial objective of pro-
viding aid to the sorely pressed
Jews of Palestine at the beginning
of World War I, to its present glo-
bal operations.
Other speakers were Edward If.
M. Warburg, chairmon of the JDC
and a UJA honorary chairman:
Continued on Page 8-A
PHILADELPHIA-! JTA) The
"fantastic rate" at which Ameri-
can Jews have taken on the cul-
ture of the majority, plus a high
rale of intermarriage and a low
rate of fertility, pose grave threats
to the survival of a Jewish com-
munity in this country, two Jewish
experts told ;:n unprecedented con-
ference of rabbis and Jew ish so-
cial workers and educators here.
The warnings were given to 200
members o I the Philadelphia
Board Of Rabbis and the Associa-
tion of Jewish Agency Executives
ut the first Joint meeting oi the
two organizations by Dr. Morde-
chai Kaplan, founder of the Re-
constructionlst movement, a n d
Dr. Marshal! Sklare. director ol
research of the American Jewish
Committee.
Dr. Kaplan said that the Jew-
ish people was in danger of
"succcmbing to the kiss of
death," the modern climate of
democracy and naturalism in
which American Jews are being
integrated. He suggested educa-
tion, ethnical power and reor-
ganization of Jewish life and
thought to strengthen the cohes-
iveness of the Jewish people,
and called for efforts to unify
Jews and the Jewish religion
across the lines of denomina-
tional differences. "We Jews
must inaugurate an ecumenism
of our own," he said.
Dr. Sklare catalogued specific
Ways by which American Jewry
might disappear, and warned that
Continued on Page 5-A
DR. MOR01CIA KAPLAN
ncv ecumenis.n
pai Party tj consider the request
by former Prime Minister David
Den-Gurion :or a reopening of an
inquiry into the 10-year-old Lavon
Affair.
Monday afternoon. Mr. Eshkol
went to the home of the President,
presumably to inform the Chief of
, State that he would resign. Then
he summoned a special meeting of
Israel's Cabinet, most of whose
members did not know he had al-
ready committed himself to quit-
ting." Mr. Eslikol told the Cabinet
that he was resigning, and went
back to Mr. Shazar to submit his
resignation formally. He appeared
pale and weary a> he left the Pres-
ident's home after resigning.
Prior to his first trip to Mr.
Shazar's home, the Prime Min-
ister appeared before the Ma-
pai Central Committee's first
meeting of the day, where he
told the leaders of his own par-
ty: "If anyone thinks he can do
better to bring together the va-
rious elements in the Govern-
ment, let him try." The commit-
tee took no action for the time
being.
The President is now expected
to summon the leadership of Mapai
and to entrust the government
party with the formation of a new
Continued on Page 2-A
German Justice Minister Firm
In Ending Trial of Nazis
BONN(JTA.-Dr. Ewald Buch
er. the West German Justice Min-
ister, reaffirmed this week his op- j
position to any extension of the ,
statute of limitations for prosecu-
tion of Nazi war criminals. He
contended it would be better to !
put enough lawyers and public !
prosecutors on the task of check-
ing still unpi osecuted offenses be- j
fore the deadline expired next May
8. He added that this was the
general view of the Cabinet which,
on Nov. 11, said it could not extend
the statute on constitutional
grounds.
However. Gunther von Hase. the
West German press spokesman,
said earlier this week that a new
situation vv o u I d develop if too
much material on unprosccutcd
criminals came in to be processed
before the deadline. This was gen-
erally interpreted as preparing the
way for the government to retreat
from its stand that the law could
not be changed.
Continued on Page 10-A
MAX FISHER 0E DETROIT NEW GENERAL CHAIRMAN
UJA Asks $109,400,000 Drive for Year Ahead
NEW YORK (JTA) TlM four- -000 set by the delegates is two-fold
in nature S': 1.000.000 for the on-
going global programs of aid to
refugees and distressed Jews and
S38.400.0uo as a UJA Special Fund
to meet Ihc special costs ol critical
immigration resettlement and ab
sorption programs in Israel and
related n 'eels
Fisher succeeds Joseph Meyer-
:.il national conference of
Ihc Ul ti d Jewish Appeal, attend
mI by ore than 2.400 delegates
Iroin ; parts ol the countrv, con-
' i'< u sessions here with the
. Uon ol a nationwide cam
for $109,400,000 and the
ol Max M. Fisher, ol De-
troit, .- UJA general chairman.
Tlu- tal 1965 goal ol $109,400.-
hoH, of Baltimore, who had ser-
ved four years as the UJA gen-
eral chairman. With this elec-
tion, he will held two of the top
humanitarian posts in the United
States. In May of this year, he
was j elected president of De-
troit's United Foundation, the
nation's lat-iost community chest
oiganizjtion.
Fisher has been a leader in the
national councils of the L'.IA for
the past decade and takes his post
as 1965 general chairman after
serving as 1964 associate general
chairman. He holds numerous top
posts in other civic and social wel-
fare organizations both Jewish
and general service groups.
Continued on Page 8-A

MAX M. FISHER
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*Jewisfl fk>ridiaw
jerry Blank, Mayor Broad Appointed
Associate Chairmen of '65 CJA Drive
Paqe 3-A
;;. selection of Jerry Blank, I chairman, and Sidney Lefcourt.
, (ii National Brands, andIpresident ol the Greater Miami
gvor Sbepamf Broad, of Bay liar- Jewish Federation.
r [sland, s associate campaign In their key positions, the asSB-
airmen of the 1963 Combined ciatc chairmen will work directly
wish Appeal, has been announc- with Dr. Lehrman and other lead-
l,y Dr. Irving Lehrman, CJA era of the Initial Gifts. Trades,
1'rofessions. and Residents Divi-
sions in obtaining support for
CIA's annual drive on behalf of 41
Jewish-sponsored agencies in Mi-
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the world.
In addition to serving as presi-
dent of National Brands, Blank
is president of the Pepsi-Cola
Bottling Cumpanias of Orlando,
Lakeland and Melbourne, Fla
and a director of the Citizans
National Bank of Miami Beach.
For many yaars ha has been a
chairman and co-chairman of
the Food and Hotel Division of
Combined Jewish Appeal.
He currently serves as a mem-
ber of the Executive Committee
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration. He is a member of the
Westview Country Club and the
Standard Club, a member of the
trict. He was chairman of fhe
annual National Conference of
Christians and Jews dinner. He
was a member of fhe Advisory
Council to the Dade County Port
Authority, and Executive Com-
mittee of the Greater Miami Jew.
ish Federation.
He is a trustee of Mount Sinai
Hospital. St. Francis Hospital,
both on Miami Beach, and a mem-
ber of the Combined Jewish Appeal
Campaign Cabinet.
"I look forward to the full utili
zation of the talents and the dedi-
cation of m.\ two associate chair-
men in support of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation and the
1065 Combined Jewish Appeal."
K;:l>lii Lehrman declared in his
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ll California wing of his party
ild open its headquarters in the
tj of Glendale bordering on Los
es, was warned this week
j Glendale officials that the use
: a home in that city by the Nazi
Party for any other function than
. home would not be tolerated.
posting of a sign in front of the
building would be cause for
prosecution, they emphasized.
In Washington, the Nazis staged
a demonstration at the British Em-
bassy in an attempt to protest to
Britain Prime Minister Harold
Wilson over restrictions on Brit-,
ish Nazis. Poiice arrested one Nazi.
Leslie Hud>on. who manacled him-:
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ground and displayed an appeal for
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its. said occupation of the house Rabbi Richler is Speaker
lor other than dwelling purposes
would be a violation of the Glen-
lale City ordinances.
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Forbes, captain of the Nazi Par-
ty wing) or any other of this
gang attempt to do so they will
be pros iculid immediately,"
said the two officials. Even the
Rabbi Harold Riehter, of Con-
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"South American Jewry" at Tem-
ple Beth Torah on Tuesday. 10 a.m.,
as part of Beth Torah's adult study
group.
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Volume 37 Number 51
13 Teveth 5T2S
Friday. December 18. 1964
B-G's Determination
To Discredit Lavon
Format Prime Minister Ser.-
3 _:::.-. s determination to reopen the
tas Lavon case brings tc the tore
a z:izz:ei~?r.: :: a zezzde s stand-
'.'. Lavon = -.zr^:z:-z back
?60 of the him
thel ..-. 1954 -s Ministei Sense
be :.zz mishap.
:: the charge Mr Lavon
. :
relary general of ..'-z
A c rently, Mr. Ben-Gurion is
not the exoneratios
The exact nature of the "mishap"
has never beer, clarified; although
peculation yields at lees.: seme an-
as. Nevertheless, it is difficult
:; determine just precisely what Mr.
Ben-Gurion hopes at this date to
achieve by his recalcitrance un-
less it is !o make the premiership
c: Lev: Eshkol mere and more polit-
ically untenable.
This has been our suspicion all
clcr.g. Mr. Ben-Gurion's resigna-
tion in June. 1963 is still not ade-
q-ateiy explained; ahhough, again,
speculation can rationalize his ac-
tion. We believed at the time, and we still
believe, that Mr. Ben-Gurion has not lost his
zest for leadership of the country.
Perhaps, however, this is a secondary con-
sideration. Is he using the Lavon case as a
pressure poin* toward the achievement of other
ends, such as political party and electoral re-
form? Only time will tell; otherwise, Mr. Ben-
Gurion's dogged interest in Pinchas Lavon can
have little meaning that would not be either
selfish or picayune.
Now that Mr. Eshkol has resigned, some
of the answers to the Ben-Gurion riddle should
be forthcoming soon.
An Optimistic Picture
During the National Executive Committee
rr.ee- r.g here of the American Jewish Commit-
tee, a report by Dr. John Slawson, executive
vice president of the organizati losed
the findings of a new study show.
evidence of the widening acceptance of Amer-
. Jews by their non-Jewish neighbors.
Dr. Slawson declared that Jews ere increas-
ingly teen as individuals rather than as mem-
bers of a special "racial group/' while to 'he
extent that Jews are associated with a group,
it is a religious group, Judaism, distinctly con-
sidered one of the country's three major relig-
ions.
The study. Dr. Slawson reported, also found
that anti-Semitism has declined sharply and
that stereotyping of Jews shows a considerable
drop.
We hope that Dr. Slawson's talk does not
present too optimistic a picture of the American
reality; for there are other studies to suggest
otherwise. While we are in Dr. Slawson's cor-
ner, we can not help feeling that such optimism
seems excessive.
These considerations apart, his revealing
that between 1950 and 1962 sentiment against
marriages with Jews dropped is no finding to
applaud. We welcome statistics that presum-
ably document the decline of anti-Semitism and
our alienation from the mainstream of Amer-
ican society; at the same time, we must grow
anxious over the Jewish trend toward inter-
marriage as an adjunct of these statistics.
Must non-Jewish American acceptance of
us at the same time spell alienation from our-
selves?
ish community behind the Iron Curtain.
Events seem to sugqest that Brezhnev and
Kosygin are no better than Nikita Khrushchev
in this regard.
Reports from London reveal the appear-
ance of a cartoon in Pravda depicting an air-
drop over the Congo. The cartoon is entitled
"Ravens."
One paratrooper is a Nazi. The second is
a Ycnkee. The third wears a Star of David.
Political observers clearly interpret the
cartoon as being anti-Semitic, particularly
s.nce the S'ar of David is not the emblem of
Israel's defense forces. Neither has Israel any
role whatsoever in the Congo operation.
The -^.iccn apcrt, Jews in Kishinev end
Bessarabia, for example, will :err.-:-rr.ber Brc
nev's responsibility as first party secretary in
from 1950 to 1952 for carrying out
: purges end arrests of Jewish intel-
lectuals.
Organizations and their spokesmen who
continue to mobilize world opinion toward the
release of the three-million Jews trapped in the
Soviet Union are correct in concluding that the
change in Russia's leadership makes no dif-
ference whatever so far as the destiny of their
brethren is concerned.
No Change for Better
Apparently, the change in Soviet leader-
ship has meant little to the destiny of the Jew-
The Truth Will Out
The United Nations General Assembly is
now being told in no uncertain terms that re-
liable information relating to Arab refugees
is "hard to come by."
The statement was made by Laurence
Michelmore, commissioner general of the UN
Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refu-
gees. It is about time the world peace organi-
zation got the truth.
In this case, the tru'h seems to be emer-
ging in unintimidated fashion despite the fact
that four of the UNRWA host governments are
Arab: Egypt, Jordan. Syria and Lebanon.
What the General Assembly must ulti-
mately conclude is precisely what has been
said in these columns and elsewhere for years:
that the Arab refugees are being used as a po-
litical tool against the integrity of the State of
Israel.
It seems about time that the facts were
brought out into the open. While no specific or
immediate change may be expected as a con-
seguence. at least UNRWA and its commis-
sioner general are finally divorcing themselves
from hurtful untruths.
a
(he week
as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
Ecu-
-nun
lev <
">' re-
JHE ECUMEN.CAL Uudci1
dorkig the week --fH/3
continue berating the -' .
for its vacillation or to look at
the cruel perspective ."'
tor, as a mean, of mitmiC
the action Dr. Joepr. Sol&
ve.tchik was. of course cor"
. rect -n his conclusion that
Jews must regard the i ,;,, \
themselves and their destiny not in terms of absolution from '-r'r
and hbelous charges by an outside force, but a< i-roponem- o' t ?'
ism. which has its own system of values and which ought to be eanmS
according to its indigenous worth By this, he meant tha* Je
should not look toward a final and favorable decision from t
menical Council as a desperate hope for membership in the
race
It was Dr Soloveitchrk s intention rather to suggest
have a grace that is individual to their tradit.on and
quire no acceptance from another tradition in order to -
validity >i their own But while I can not speak for him. I m onif
certain that Dr. Soloveitchik is is happy wt>, -
ciakm as any other think: -, He m .
arm Jew a other disappointment bj
ancient her'- .ts purposeful splendor no-
ons or evaluations of the Roman Church.
Now. hi wever tl mod has been I
it i- equallj absurd to shun its significance
Ij doo t care, and to point to the chip on
i
.
THt NIXT taaOKU BATTlt
this IS no etrayal of thi
part Ol the J- things
th< present
the ski n of our history v suggest tha
living in any waj
ourselves to a total ei of the E
realization as quickly a> possible.
It is here, if anywhere, tha' the difficult)
Vatican dratt is men
amendments we can anticipate will be set forth at 1
of the council. th>.-: ii also a Church view, do l< n
ish view, that must be- overcome during the y<
thing for the Ecumenical Council to draw up a .. quite
another to hope for its implementation with hie mount
of time. One does not. for some two-thousand yi
Jews are a deicide people and expect that the c:
learned over night.
The deicide libel i- at the root source : Semi) ;m and
churchmen themselves, it of a lower order in tl
loathe readily to give it up. Morns Abram. presi i | the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee, at a meeting of it- Nati
mittee here several weeks ago. suggested that v.. n ist ho numbered
in the forefront of the next Ecumenical battle. I
icus liberty, if the doctrine on the Jews is U
meaning.
-:- : .;.
KOLt Or THt PK0USTAHT COmMUNITY
THE QUESTION OF religious liberty is a ., conc-rning
the validity of all non-Catholic- faiths. It- iva
ultimate meaning to the utterances of Pope John XXIII that
arc- many ways to heaven It would, in fact, plai
catholicity of the Vatican Mr Abram's obser early
reinforces his assertion that Jews must seek tn
variety not alone for themselves but for others. .
gests that the doctruu on the Jews can h. ince in
: where religious liberty is not sin.. ex-
ample, to Proti ts
lebow. momentarily. I am inclined to revel
decision on the Jews elated to at *bei
' ruel past: in tact, it is a pai
ratl ng process t< ; .. .. it
(ration thi
the Jews? This what all the inquis
tance. Hence, now to n
Catholic role, which as Dr Soloveitchik int<
i are, Is to ha-, egon
Mr. Abram's point thus seems a very j
would be equally unrealistic to bu> it without roservatioi
deicide slander lay at the root source of tradit
the Catholic Church was not alone in chargii
other faiths, the httge Protestant commum'v ol the V
for whose religious liberty Mr Abram would hav<
similarly culpable.
LIONIZING MMHKI foil NO PMPtH
I REMEMBER AN American Jewish Committei
eral years ago sponsored by the Greater Miami Chapter ar.i fea-
turing Dr Paul Vieth. of the Yale Divinity School. Dunr.i; the meet
ing. Dr. Vieth discussed the progress of the Protestant community
in the alteration of its Sunday School texts to make the role of the
Jews in the crucifixion more palatable. As a member of a panel of
questioners. I recall asking the noted theologian if all this *
weren't for naught: if the alteration of Suno'ay School texts didnt
in the final analysis mean little in the face of the deicide ch^r^es in
the New Testament itself.
It is a tribute to the grace of the audience that its response >5
shocking and immediate: and 1 still marvel how I managed to escP alive as a consequence of the outrage expressed in Dr Vieth
half. But my own apparently poor manners apart, the fact remains
that his answer was significant in this context: You can no* *P*C
us, Dr. Vieth flatly declared, to change our religion in order to W
you.
This is. of course, true; and so the battle must continue lor: afur
the Eucmenical Council has had its final word on the .lews ai I even
the Protestants. For the Protestants, themselves, although their m-
tory is shorter than the Catholics' by about twelve-hundred rears,
must come to ultimate grips with the problem of their relation o
us. Meanwhile. Mr. Abram's premise remains at least lubstanUaUT
correct: we must battle for the religious liberty of others if our
have any meaning. And so is Dr. Soloveitchik':,: that the image w
ourselves is more important to our survival than how non-Jew see us.
But it is also correct that the Ecumenical Council deci
a happy one. To see it differently is to lionize difference for :'UI'
pose.


Fridcr--, December 18, 1964
* Jewish fkrkfiari
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Cedars in Stand on Land Acquisition
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
ive sen! the following let-
;, e acting manager ol Dade
irable Hoke Welch
\ ountj Manager
Hiniv Courthouse
agler St.
Florida
Mr. Welch:
of Lebanon Hospital has
thai there is a question
formalization of the land
m.
Irving Cypen presi
iter to the Metro Commis-
l. 1964, and indicated
willingness to ex< i cise the
ivided the assi jnmenl to
Baptist Hospital was ap-
j the County Commission.
Commission approved, and
immediately thereafter Cedars
c' Ltcanon Hospital exercised
-Dtion and tendered to the
Count) Attorney the required
d.'cu ents evidencing the as-
i ir-rent and the resolution of
lha Baptist Hospital together
\ ittl c cashier's check for the
full purchase price.
- of Lebanon Hospital's
is that the 1" acres are
valid option. The decision
' this land should contain a
p was made in 1957 and has
in confirmed by subsequent re-
al: of the option.
Therefore, Cedars wishes t"
mmarize and restate its position
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regarding the acquisition and util-
IzstiOD '.I tli" 111 acres as follows:
1 Cedars 1 Lebanon intends to
utilize the land in the best interest
. i the pul ic by furthering and
n i1 ting Ih ever increasing medi-
cal needs 'if Dade County.
2 i e !>* "i Lebanon s plans
il ,i reased ex
; ixpayer.
3. Cedars, as a community,
voluntary, non-profit institution
is helping to meet the present
ar.d Tuture msdical nteds of
Dado County citizens and asks
for encour igemcnt and support
in this p
i. -|he use i : this land i- in ac-
turd with the recommendations of
planners as Ralph
! arki r, M.D., medical director ot
(he Roches*' r Re ;ional Hospital
, .., il, one -I the oldest and most
renowned planning organizations
;'i the country.
5. The utilization of this land
pfter study and research by our
!:.;inl el Trustees, Medical Stall.
and in consultation with recog
nized hospit; 1 authorities, will in-
sure that Its use will not duplicate
txisting facilities in the eommu-
nitj
C< Cedars of Lebanon fully in-
tends to 'ink with appropriate
County agencies in developing a
master plan tor the best utilization
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
On behalf of the American Jew-
ish Committee. I should like to
publicly expr-ss our appreciation |
to you for the splendid Nov. 27
supplement of The Jewish Florid
ian on the American Jewish Com-
mitte. both local and national.
We thank you not only for this
means ol informing our commun
ity of the history and activity of
our organization, but also for your
very full and complete portrayal
which reveal usearch and insight.
It is not just a matter of good
publicity, as such, for which wi
are grateful. It is our realization
the American Jewish Committee
cannot fulfill its commitment of
service without the cooperation of
an informed, knowledgeable and
understanding community that
makes us so appreciative of your
contribution.
MRS. CHARLES FINKELSTEIN
President, Miami Chapter
ef the Metropolitan Medical Cen-
ter Complex.
7. The present Cedars of Leb-
anon Hospital building occupies
132,552 square feet on 6.027 acres.
The proposal from the County
Planning Director that 3.5
acres of land would suffice is
contrary to hospital planning
authorities' r e c o m mendations.
Specifically, it would be impos-
sible to construct even one fa-
cility, since it would leave no
room for Cedars to comply with
the County's own regulation re-
cjardinq of'-sireet parking. Fur-
ther, this proposal would leave
Cedars no room for future
growth.
8. Comment has been made con
c ruing the relative value of this
properly which, il available lor
commercial use might have valid-
ity. Since the use of this land is
restricted, the value of the land is
immaterial.
Your attention is directed to the
fact that under the Trust Agree-
ment of the Dade County Port Au-
thority, properties defined in cer-
tain Trust Agreements between the
Dade County Port Authority and
the Chase Muphattan Bank and
as Trustees, dated October 1. 1954,
the First National Bank of Miami
and the 'and not being for right ol
waj lor the toll highway as de-
scribed in said trust, this land may
then be conveyed to a non-profit
organization for hospital, medical
and scientific purposes.
9. The need for the action that
Wnt taken by the County Com-
mission on Dec. 1 was necessary
so that Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital could acquire the land,
make plans for its use and de-
velop a fund raising program.
Time is of the essence in order
that we gain the benefit of many
interested large contributors.
In view ol the above we respect-
fully and lincerely urge that the
County authorities sustain their
former decision in authorizing
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital to pro-
ceed with its plan-.
HARRY L. LEWIS, President
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
Threats to U.S.
Jewish Survival
Are Examined
Continued from Page 1-A
the rate of acculturation by Jews
has proceeded much more rapidly
among Jews than among any other
group in the United State-. Yid-
dish, he said, was dropped more
rapidly by Jews than any mother
e by cilier groups. The huh
rate ol intei man iage, he asserted,
was a major threat and the most
ihat coul I bi hi ped for was to
contain it the present I
He calle I "bi ilogical suicide"
r< atesl and least-disi
threat to lewish survival, adding
thai almost ;.ll American Jew- be-
lieved in the small family, but
nobody talks about it."
"There is a conspiracy of si-
lence," he maintained, 'because
e are all engaged in it except a
very small segment of the Ortho-
dox community." He called the
synagogue one of the main hopes
for Jewish survival, but in a dit-
Cerent form than the traditional
synagogue.
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Friday. December la
German
Options
By MAX LERNER
Eban in Talk Before UN Assembly
the moral tasal of the Erl
... statute ol i crinv
Lical implicate ft -
^\ a declaration cf political equality For 20 yean
ave had to piaj trie rok <>f a second-class r..
I B m power as the French The>
- I | dM burden of puM they c; rr.eo and they had
to accept the occupation armie< and :*.tor the bar. on nuclear
ipM No a :: I read therr. rlfhl they have cecided to assert that
I vrUl carrying the guilt-load that they are a nation
TV p -v- ar is over
If Iru Germans are inrme to say la the Western world.
..bout it However much they mav chafe at the
.1- | -. Kill imposed on the German military potential, the) are
j .iay to express their protect When IBOJ .".e the war
neat absolution Not only ;. Una Map in the fact
r I tint! dead and alive, it means cuttin, SBOT1 the political
. ation of presenl generation of German youth for whom Nazism
ili becoOM an unremembered abstraction and th" history of the Hitler
pped of moral content
It was to meet the needs of this generation that Hannah Vogt wrote
book Guilt or Destiny" 'Should oder Verh; r.snis" as a -chool
after the anti -Jewish outbreak- of 1959 Alter sellii to a
million copies in Germany it is now published under the Eneli'h
en of Guilt A Short Histcry of Germany. 1914-1945
\ford Happily the German school system today is adopting a nura-
: of Don-nationalistic textbooks If the others are like this one
lucid, compassionate then there i- great hope for demo
ic political education in Germany All the more reason then to
-k whj the Erhard regime does not continue to give such textbooks
e ' of the youth that German democratic justice does not stop >hort
.. hanically at a certain date but continue until justic has been dene
if indeed it could ever be wholly done.
I like the comment that the American phitMpI I I Hannah Arendt.
- made in a recent article about the standard plea of the Nazi ac-
d that they had to obey the orders of their superiors The true
polirJeal question. Miss Arendt sa>s. is not that of obedience to a su-
perior but of support to a reizimo The real guilt of these men wai not
that the> continued to obey orders but that they were willing in the
place to take on the jobs, often even seeking tut-m. and thus gave
:ne regime support. The old generation of today, includinc men like
Adenauer and Erhard and the late Theodore Heuss, despised the Nazis
ever gave them support Many of the middle generation, who
en Hitler came to power, live in a moral limbo of nothing
Ii is the younger generation that i still open to democratic
The Germany of today is the most wooed nation in Europe, wooed
e French, the Americans, the Russians It has at least three major
,t MM a- compared with 1945 when it had none It can move toward
e GWlQe'S Europe. ;i- Adenauer wanted to do and would have done
had he Stayed in power, in such a case it would be France's partner.
: Jt scarcely an equal one. -ince the French would use German tech-
c. 1 kilK and Industrial strength in building up a European'' nuclear
- r e but would give the Germans no control
It can move toward the Russians and sign a separate understand-
g with them, very much the way Foreign Minister Walter Rathenau
id at Rapallo in 1922: this is not excluded as a possibility some time
before the end of the 1960s although it goes against the grain of the
present German leadership Finally. Germany can continue its special
relationship to America. thu> helping to bring abcit a genuine Atlantic
partnership between America and Western Europe
For the time being, the Germans are closelv t.ed to the Americans.
Eut not Erhard recent doubts about accepting the MLF proposal
as it stands and hi> hint that Germany may be coming up with a plan
of its own In agreeing to the lowering of German grain prices on the
European Common Market, the German chancellor is acting the part
of a good European, a- he does also in the German plan for political
iti-iration in Europe. German policies today are as little nationalist
as that of any nation in Western Europe. But German self-confidence.
a- i' sees a growing number of options open to it. is a growing thing.
It is a serf-confidence based on Germany's improved bargaining
position. Partly the Germans have earned that |w>>ition by their tech-
nical skill and business zeal. But partly also it DM been bestowed on
them. De Gaulle's view is that the Americans are bestowing it on
them BJ giving them an important place in the mixed-manned crews
the MLF nuclear fleet. But the charge can be turned against him.
[1 is de Gaulle himself who. by taking so intransigent an anti-American
stance, has put a premium on Germany's support. It is he who has re-
' ad Germany's new found options and given them their new feeling
independence
'' s '.TOONS JTA Is-
\'orM Mrs week
r \ r
rob
I em ereignty and
rst n
ar : i ng
Ilex Nat m Gen-
eral Asoemhh, by Deputy Premier
Abba Ebin. vrni seMrassed the 115-
nat:on rxxU .n general debate He
ai-o niscu-sed the UN's financial
crisis ind 'M (K-acekeepiim oper-
ation- on-' ot them the UN Emer-
gency Force gaardfng Israel's bor-
der against Kc>pt
He praised the accomplish-
ments of the third session of the
Ecumenical Council at the Vat-
ican for approval of a declara-
tion clearing the Jewish people
of all charges o' deicide and con-
demning arti-Semitism by name.
He alluded to the persecution of
Jews in Russia and insisted Is-
rael must be recognized as hav-
ing a rightful place among un-
derdeveloped countries now or-
ganized in the UN to get more
help from the afluent nations.
He spelled out Israel's role in
science and technology and offer-
ed to share tins knowledge with
the rest ol the world He criticized
Free Loan Group
Election Slated
Annual election meeting of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan
Association will be held on Mon
day evening at Beth El Synagogue.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff w ill deliver
the invocation and be the guest
>;eaker
Isadore Schwartz, president of
the Association, announced that
during this past fi-cal year, the
demand for loans, which are made
v ithout interest or charges of any
kind, has been the heaviest in the
history of the organizatiMi
W( -t Germany*: refusal to extend
it- detdftM lot the prosecution of
Na4U W 44. i i
Ht ;pported the doc-
trine of prohibiting frontier
changes b'. force Turning to the
Middle East he said N
and no less if required, than the
application of the- principles of
the IN Charter He pointed out
thai the Midrib Fast is not a uni-
quely Arab ana. but the authentic
home of many peoples, cultures
and faiths and that the Arabs do
not grasp the depth, passion and
total authenticity of Israel's roots
in Middle Eastern history' and life.
In an impassioned call for
peace and global unity, he urged
strengthening the sovereignty
and integrity of states; defining
UN peacekeeping responsibil-
ities; giving rnv impulse to the
UN Disarmament Conference;
accelerating the progress of the
developing -tales; advancing to-
wards the completion of decolon-
ization; UN denunciation of dis-
crimination and intolerance; and
improving the UN's effective-
ness for international unity.
There wa loud and prolonged
applause from the delegates at the
Assembly when Mr Eban con
eluded All of the Arab delega
tion> were present, although they
refused] t Q
Aral. Ms p ,.,
spcajtin* *i* hf&ajl .
Arab Mi ^
But his remark
marked by im ^
sk an tataSi
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*Jen1st thridiSftti
Paqe 7-K
Rabbi Hollander to be Guest Speaker
At Merkos L'inyonei Chinuch Dinner

A 'At. \
f^m
L.
Planning 'he fourth annual banquet of tho Merkos L'inyonei
Chinuch at the Coronet Hotel on Sunday are Metro Commis-
sioner Alex Gordon, honorary chairman; Rabbi Abraham Korf,
executive director; and Israel Naness, guest of honor, who
will be celebrating his 85th birthday at the event.
Merkcs Banquet Slated Sunday
Merkos L'inyonei Chinuch, edu-
ction.il arm of Ihe Lubavitcher
movement, will hold its tourth an-
m.,1 banquet Sunday. 630 p.m., at
i le Coronet Hotel.
Metro Commissiner Alex Gordon,
o is honorary chairman of the
"inner, said that proceeds will be
i -id to increase facilities at Camp
.in Israel, kosher camp in the
southeastern part of the I'nited
s utes,
Camp Gan Israel was purchas-
ed last year through the efforts
if Rabbi Abraham Korf, regional
Jirector of the Merkos, local
nembers of the organization,
and Israel Naness, who is guest
of honor at the banquet, and
honorary president of the camp.
The camp, one of many through-
out the world under the sponsor-
ship of Merkos, was set up to ex-
pose children to a Jewish educa-
tion and to provide a refresher
during summer vacation.
In addition to its education fa-
cilities, Camp Gan Israel provides
the child with numerous recrea-
tional activities such as swimming,
li-hiny. hiking, and arts and crafts.
El A! Film
To be Shown
The latest El Al film on Israel
v ill be shown at the B'nai Zion
meeting set for Thursday evening,
Dec. 24, at Washington Federal.
1234 Washington Ave.
Program Committee is headed
by Samuel A. Reiser, president,
Dr. David Leffler, vice president,
and includes Adolph Ecker, Louis
Leberman, Bernard Silver, Harry
Freed, Julius Rapaport, and Mor-
ris Yudevich.
Rabbi David B. Hollander, past
president of the Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America, will be gucsi speak
ir at the lourth annual banquet
sponsored by the .Merkos L'inyonei
Chinuch at the Coronet Hotel on
Sunday at 6:30 p.m.
Rabbi Hollander headed the first
delegation if rabbis to reestablish
religious contact with Russian
Jewry. From 1956 through 1962, he
visited and addressed audiences in
such famous cities as Vilna. Riya.
Kiev. Leningrad. Moscow, Bucha-
rest, Belgrade and others. During
one of these trips, he accompanied
a thousand refugees from Poland,
Hungary, Roumania and Egypt to
their new lile in Israel.
Rabbi Hollander was ordained
at Yeshiva University, gradu-
ated from Brooklyn Law School
and Dropsie College, and served
as a delegate to the World Zion-
ist Congress in Jerusalem. He
represented U.S. Orthodox Jewry
at the Chief Rabbis' Conference
in London, was a rabbi at Mount
Eden Center in the Bronx, N.Y.,
and served as president of the
Metropolitan Board of Orthodox
Rabbis.
Rabbi Hollander will discuss
"Jews without JudaismIs it Pos-
sible?'" He will also view the stat-
us of Ihe Jewish WomanInferior
or DifferentWhich?" and 'Which
Way for American JewryOrtho-
dox. Conservative or Reform'.'"
On the subject of "Russian
Jewry Today," he will speak on the
truth about anti-Semitism and the
survival of Judaism in Russia and
the satellite countries.
MB8I DAVio HOUANDH
49'ers to Hear
look Review
Porty-Nlners of Temple Emanu-
El will hold its regular monthly
meeting on Monday. 7:30 pin.. in
Sirkin Hall. Irving Schatzman is
president.
Review on the current best-
seller, "Friday the Rabbi Slept
Late."' by Harry Kemelman, will
be presented bj Louis Schwartz-
man, executive director, Bureau of
Jewish Education oi Greater Mi-
ami
A social houi \wll lollow the
book review.
Lewis Elected President
Marvin Lewis, of Food Fan-
Stores, Inc.. has been elected pres-
ident of the Florida Houscwan 1
Club. Associated with Food Fair
here for the past 17 years, Lewi-
is now non-foods and Merchants
Green Stamp buyer for the chains
Southern Division.
Israelite Center
Youth Groups
Both active youth groups at Is-
raelite Center are under the direc-
tion of Alan Stanley, a political
science major al the University oi
.Miami, where he is an officer in
ihe Phi Fpsilon Pi Fraternity.
He was an active leader in Shield
of David. AZA of B'nai B'rith
Youth. When Stanley attended Cor-
al Gables Senior High, he won the
state Championship in extempo-
raneous public speaking.
Croup of junior high age meets
every Sunday morning. Activities
include bowling, roller skating,
parties, community service lectures
on history and current events by
Rabbi S. T. Zwirsky, President is
Karen PloM.in; vice president.
Barbara Yudin; treasurer. Lea
Dann; recording secretary. Rela
Post; and corresponding secre-
Itary, Barbara Plotkln.
"Young Israelites" composed ol
students In senior High School meet
.cry Sunday at 7 p.m. in the So-
cial Hall. Activities include social
functions, sports, community sen
ice, guest speakers. President is
Sue Resnick; vice president, Paul
Snyder; treasurer, Amy Dann;
recording and corresponding sec-
tary, Brad Winston.
Temple affiliation is not requir-
ed for membership in the groups
Joseph E. Levine
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*Jei*r fkridlsar,
Friday. December 13
1964
UJA Asks $109,400,000 Drive for Year Ahead
Continued from Page 1-A
-h key
~ : Jus-
.1 the
people of the
-
- These
- :
.
You have manifested a spirit
o* char 'v, v-Irhout which this
world wsuld be a barren place
indeed Chef Justice Warren
sa'd Tnere a'e so many things
esse-ifial to a good society which
a government by its very nature
cinno* sucpiy. True charity with
the warmth and love which go
with it .i one o' these things."
as happened in
Israel ai -. phil-
thropy's part ii :ndeed a
Chiel Justice ^ald
:ld it ::ot be a miracle of
miracles if Israel turned out to be
a pilot plant, showing how at last
- : grinding poverty
rhicfa i lemns so many people
i r to unsatisfactory lives
oe abolished? The success of
--. its that the prob-
lem of the i and
lerdeveloped areas in the
- not beyond solution at all.
ii m dec ide to solve it.
'If th Ni v could be made
to b.oisom through voluntary #ifts
riduals, cannot the Sahara
rn through equal-
1} voluntary ..its of great na-
JDC Set $28
Million Goal
Continued from Page 1-A
Dr. Joseph J Schwartz, executive
chairman of the Development
Corporation for Israel, lornier
overseas director general of the
JDC. and chairman of the JDC
5<-th anniversary committee; and
Charles H. Jordan, director gener-
al of JDC Overseas Operations.
Warburg, who was redacted
as JDC chairman for the next
year, paid tribute to the "extra-
ordinary generation of Ameri-
can Jews who came together in
1914 to create the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee as a lifeline to
needy Jews in other lands, as
well as those who followed
them."
"In this half-century." he said.
"JDC has expended some $810,000,-
000 to aid more than 4.000.000 Jews
in 80 countries. It has been instru-
mental in resettling nearly a bil-
lion refugees in Israel and addi-
tional scores of thousands in other
lands of freedom. A major part of
this humanitarian record was
achieved in the last 26 years
since the I'nited Jewish Appeal
l3< established in 1939 with the
JDC as a constituent agency."
lions" the ihief Justice po:nted
out. It ci
airplai es ai -. Id bt
e available to a your.; >:ute.
through those following
ere;.- >es toward people they
regard a< theii kin. would it not
be a m.i. example of uni-
! if the example
into a world-
wide p!an : ance.
nai :
throu the
atively
.... .....
p:in-

bare, i -
were 1st the
S
1
Joint Dis ution
1 mmitti \ h M< yerhoff, a
L'JA general cl Uiam
Rosenwald. of New York: and
Stm of Boat
Louis A Pincus, treasurer of the
> for Israel told the
dele.. at the year 1965 will
Linualion of the record
wave of Jewish immigration which
2JO0O0 men. women
and children into Israel over the
past four years
The minimal needs of the Jew-
ish Agency program total $75,-
600,000 for next year, Pincus
said. He pointed out that the
largest single items in that bud-
get are for the transportation
and care in transit of penniless
immigrants en route to Israel,
for their reception and other
forms of initial assistance and
for immigrant housing.
Pincus warned that "we have
reached a situation where an in
creasingly great share of the cost
of immigrant absorption is falling
upon the Israeli citizen because
the participation of the Jew
people outside ol Israel is d< creas-
ing "
lieyerhoff underscored the plea
by Pincus for American Jews to
assume a gn ater -hare of immi-
grant absorption costs in Israel.
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"We who are blessed by living in
the f:ee and affluent society of
America. said Mr Moyerhcff.
"'must tak" a larger responsibility
in constructing a great society for
the 1.500.000 uprooted Jews who
we helped bring to the haven of
Israel. W< cannot allow the ratio
of absorr>". ista to remain so
unbalanced two-thirds by I-
rael's h. and
one third by L'JA supp ters
.:. im ri
Mrs R :. Hi pen chairman
of the A an Seel the
Jewish Agency for Israel, called
the continued immigration to Is
rael of 250.000 persons during the
four-year period, "one of the moat
amazing migrations" in the hi--
tory of the world. "It is a tribute."
-.. said, "to Ihe determination of
the Jew- nf Israel to keep the
doors open to .ill Jews who need
and seek a haven in the Jewish
a- well l.> to the gei > '.
if the Jew of the world whose fi-
nancial aid hai helped make this
immigrati i possibl
R il bi Herl ert A I L'JA
executive vice chairman ra,u
the -vision and statesmai '- ^
the American Jev ish I, ^
which created lh. Eg
Appeal m mo. an
turning core ol
-h.p has for*. -
greatest instrument of J
and Jew I ^ur-
Ove, the
"UJA : :..'- *
and rebuild the
3.000.000 J, 'J
and oppress!.
in Israel and .
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L'day. December 18, 1964
+Jm1sti f/wrudmin
Paqe 9-A
Wide for the Holiday Season Here
Association of Great-
'', i ek issued "A Guide
j sh Families Regarding
Iristmas." The Guide was is-
I I Or. Herbert Baumgrrd,
i n (I Kabbi Solomon
I itive vice president, on
lull the Association, who ex-
I. the Guide is in re-
[ a "\ inquiries by count-
Families in the com-
; lestions the Guide an-
e following:
in
"
i
!,r t Christmas a national holi-
d which all Jews can ob-
serve 'ii good conscience?
I i government agencies
ml above all things
| i- .1 major Christian
laj which celebrates the
j ii us. the Christian Mes-
|.h suggest to" our Christian
at Christmas is anything
,., ii I (I be presumptuous.
I i not in the same catc-
brj rhanksglving Day, Fourth
D( i oration Day or any
pher American holiday. Since we
not regard Jesus as savior, we
n not in good conscience observe
I as. To do so is to violate
[at r igious principles.
How Do Christian Clergymen
and the Responsible Christian
Laiety Regard the Problem?
nsiblc Christian leaders be-
c perversion of the Christ-
tahbis View
Intermarriage
Continued from Page 1-A
il the acculturation process and
i passing of the Jewish inimi-
ant generation."
Bernard Pesnikoff, director of
jRamah Camp, told the confer-
ence that Jewish social workers
[have an obligation to point out
lie clients contemplating inter-
lmarriage the consequences of
I such a step, and to inform them
lot the growing evidence that
[mixed mariiage has less likeli-
hood of success than intrafaith
[ marriage.
proposal for the establish-
of an Institute on Intcrmar
was made by Dr. Robert
s, of Temple Beth El, Rock
Park, who told the confer-
that the task of the Jewish
niinity today is "to create in-
ivsources of cohesion and loy-
m order to reduce the price
tirmarriage that results from
l: in an open society."
mas season and are trying to do
something about it. Christian
clergymen and laymen constantly
.-peak mil against the commercial-
i/aiic:-, af i:ie Christmas celebra-
tion. It is a religious holiday, and
should be re ;arded as such.
Would it not be the better part
of discretion to "go along"
wi'h our Christian neighbors,
even if it means observing
Christmas?
No matter involving violations
l strong religious convictions can
ii" re .ii de I as tn\ ial or minor.
The true spirit oi Americanism
Id never compel anyone to act
;n conflict with his freedom of
conscience. Our earl} American
forebears fame to these shores
precisely for the opportunity to
worship c l according to the dic-
tates oi their hearts.
What about the Christmas tree?
The Christinas tree is distinc-
tively a Christmas symbol. Since
Christmas is for Christians, the
Christmas tree is appropriate for
Christians only. The Christmas
tree has no place in the Jewish
home, nor should any Jewish child
be compelled to participate in ob-
servances involving Christmas
trees.
Should Jewish children partici-
pate in Christmas parties in
the public schools?
Christmas parties have no place
in the public schools. Where the
parents feel that the parly is free
of religious content, children may
certainly participate.
Is it appropriate to give gifts
to Christian friends?
ii is appropriate to give Christ-
:: as gifts to our Christian friends.
However, it is not appropriate to
present Christmas gifts to Jews.
Should Jewish children sing
Christmas carols?
N i. Clio1.-, being religious
hymns, do not belong in the public i
school. Jewi h children should not
be required to sing hymns which1
embody a theology they do not
. i cept.
Do we harm our children by di-
recting them not to partici-
pate?
No. The assroom i- one among
many places which reveal the,
existence of differences. We fur-J
tiier our children's personal
growth and maturity by teaching
them that they can respect the
faith of their neighbor without em-
bracing that faith. We can clearly
mark these differences by such
simple statements as "This is what
we do" and "This is what we do
not do."

What about other Jewish chil-
dren who participate in Christ-
mas observances in the public
school?
There are now, as there always
have been, parents who do not ac-
cept the viewpoint of responsible
Jewish leadership. They proceed
on their own when they permit
their children to participate in
Christmas observances. This con-
tuses the children of parents who
' do follow the thoughtful recom-
mendations of Jewish leadership.
Officers and members of the Hebrew Academy chart plans
for the Academy's 17th annual scholarship dinner set for
Jan. 3 at the Deauville Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard.
founders of the day school, will be honored at the S100-a-
couple function. Left to right are Prof. Georqe Pickar. Milton
Kahn, Benjamin Appel and Louis Merwitzer, president of the
Academy. 'See stoiy, Page 13-A.)
Jewish parents will help their
children most if they (1) accept
diversity in the ranks of Jewry as
a normal londition in the Amer-
ican environment; (2) know and I
understand the thinking of respon-
sible Jewish leadership and recog-,
nizc that most parents are anxious |
to follow it; and (3) assure their'
children that despite the partici
pation of some Jewish children.
Jewish leaders have taken a strong
position for non-participation in
observances of a holiday not their
own and that this is also their
position.
Should Chanuka be celebrated in
the public schools?
No. To d i so violates the Con-
stitution, use:, the taxpayer's mon-
ey for sectarian purposes and
jeopardizes me principle of the
separation fit church and state,
without which there can be no re-
ligious freedom.
Would not the entire problem be
solved in the public school by
joint Christmas and Chanuka
celebrations?
No. it is a violation of the Con-
stitution to observe any sectarian
holiday in the public school, be it
joint observance or otherwise. We
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*Jen idfhi-Mian
Friday. December
13,

German Justice Minister Firm on Ending Trials
The delegates h.nded to pT
Foreign Minis; r\
en request
Continued from Page 1-A
A prediction that "one way or
nether" the statute of limita-
tions for German prosecution of
Sax' vnr crio-.inafs witT be ex-
ertdec" w..s made in Washington
his week t>y Erik Blumenfekd,
rrtettber of the West German
Parliament.
Bhunrafe
:. nati
I _.. period prescribed
:or 10 moti
; ir- bo o commencement
at May 8. 1945 noulci
be advance under a parliamen-
'.;;-.' if cate in
:<*55. wh n Allies handed
creabn to the
Germans aad provided the docu-
mentary records on Nazi criminals
t. Bonn
then was possi-
itial date may be
3rd from 1945 ; Sep-
nber. 1949 when the conttitu-
tion of the German Federal Re-
public took L'ffect H
- ii ei aware
ii concerning this
-
- :i in
Par.- eek to protest ...amst
U per-
the ttatuti of limitations on
m il Nazi war < nals
1 I .' May The
r
ition of Jew S was one
-. larfi -i \er h. Id in !
under Je>-
Raymind Scrim ittlin, vice pres-
dent of the French National As-
sembly, on*: cf the speakers, call-
ed, on the United Nations to in-
tervene on tht issue so that "jus-
tic* will be upheld." He also
protested strongly against the
continued activities of some 500
West German scientists in Egypt,
working on advanced weapons
system. He said they "now plot
Israel's de:rection and the fin-
ish of a task they were unable
to complex during the Second
World War "
He tJia he ''
I eputy CosCe Floret.
submitted a bill to t \-- ntjl)
;-n> ba:i on p
ration :o: _:eno-
i He said
>' hit .. i up for dis
i have th mi
port par-
I i anrl oi a\'. p> I ticii w
Boutbieti viei president of the
French NatKmal Rentstanee Coun-
cil, aid -. '. m led
cat o West Germany ol
Umitatii i status next May
He world p ers to
pa>s an international convent inn
to exempt n-nm an\ limitation
la^s ,. nst humanitv and
genocide
Previous)] a delegation repre- i
ontiBi throe major Jewish organ- eisn Ministry to seek French sup-
:zatio!.s in Fiance presented to the
an Ambassador to
France a protest against West Ger-
man] skin
port for the eflort to induce West
Germany to cnange the decision
"'ficials a
lha' h- French
ernment intervene =t
baa time ||
tatives in Bonn lor
the decision
,he earlj
Us r^Drn.
a ehangt j
The debates, representing the
A' iance Israelite Universelle
CRIF, the itspsentative council
of Frencn Jews and the World
Jewish Co--.jress, asked Ambas-
sador Klaiher to inform the West
German Government of the
'grave view" taken by French
Jewry on the decision.
i hi : that
Weal German authorities act to
changi decinon and to con-
tinue to pn secute war criminals.
-' me 01 bom are auilty of the
mo>t heinous crimes known to hu-
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*'Jenisfi fhrkHati
Paqe 11-A
Former Air Officer Heads New Israel
lovernment Tourist Office on Beach
!w fought in the Is-.
C| lflUP|H!HU!Nl IIUVll
ought together again
i
S Perry, regional direc-l
e i Israel Government
LOOS Washington
adjn.ent to the El At Israel
ce lie.ided by Capt.
Iner,
ii'..
I
lira!
k
y and Gardner were in the
Air Force together in
At the time, Gardner was
ffict- in charge of the Air
ramporl Command.
Israel Government Tourist
here will it-main open un-
March," Perry explained,
notion Is to promote tour-
providing information both
and in pamphlet form for
ish and non-Jewish trav-
l-T-
|llC(
rr
Imr
in
tally
I
IT '
|AI-i
erry is available for "tour-
ings" with film shows at
al hotels
U year, some 240.000 tourists
mi to Israel," Perry explained.
that there has been a de-
e< ange in the religious make-
Lravelers to his country. -,At
inning, some 85 percent
n ewish. Today, tourists hi-
de .it least 40 percent non-
Prry explained that the visit
pf Pope Paul VI to Israel did
nuc- to spur Christian travel.
lew York Club
'Ions Meeting
|Th< New York Club of Florida
eet Sunday evening at Wash
[ton Federal Auditorium. 699
167th St., at 7:30 p.m.
Nominating Committee will pre-
Pt its slate of officers to be elec-
for the ensuing term, accord
te to Mis. Sam Stark. Enter
inmont chairman is Mrs. Jack
olf. who will introduce Mr. and
Bob Hunold in a vaudeville
kit.
(T..b leader is Harold Hyams.
cte
&
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l.ving doily in o *tof of *hock'
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Rv*l of night with win* and tang'
A TARADISE' You can ba tura.
- .p> i dining for tha apicura.
Ace ofr.modot.ons' Tha vary bait
m charm for yov to rat.
*Ka ,% this place wharaof wa boo%i7
Jus I 20 minotat from tha U. S. coast.
An Ulond colled Bohamoland
Aiurp wotars, cltar sky ond *and.
L lika a K ing .. and ba fraa.
Com., bock to th 8.g Game Club Ml
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"For examp'o, last week, I was
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ly being .isked by more such
groups for appearances. These
people are onxious to learn about
Ihe Land of the Bible and to visit
It."
The new regional director was
horn in Prance, brought up in Ger-
many and has been living in Israel
lor the past ;:i years. During World
War II. he volunteered as an In-
telligencc Officer tor a six-year
'our of dutj with the Royal Air
Force.
Perry was ;. member of the Hag-
anah and is a veteran officer of
the Israeli Air Force. He partici-
pated in the sinai campaign.
From 1959 tto 1963. he worked
for the Israel Finance Ministry in
Europe, then became attached to
the Israel Government Tourist
Corp.. which is a part of the Prime
Ministers Office.
"Part of my work will also be to
visit travel agencies, airlines and
shipping companies with offices in
sSkS
WALTER PERRY IN ISRAEL GOVERNMENT TOURIST OFFICE HERE.
Miami."' Perry explained, "and if
time permits. 1 hope to gel to other
parts of Florida."
The new regional director said
that an added incentive for tour-
ism to Israel beginning in May
Apt Garden.*' he said, "designed
by the internationally renowned
Noguchi, ;i- well as the Shrine of
the Book for the Dead Sea Scrolls,
the Bronfman Biblical and Archae-
ological Pavilions and the Bezalel
"'this includes the Billy Rose National Museum."
of next year will be the addition
tc the Jerusalem sightseeing tour
of Mureum Hill, situated be-
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Jewls* FUrHfrr
Friday, December 18, i
OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS
Rabbi Harold Richter
Of B'nai Raphael
!d Richter
up in Chica-
- \ s and
iied at ralmud T
- :
' ria-
ls
-
- .
the Kit in
H as thro ti
bi Is I
West
:> in
111 Rj
rial direc-
N- of Greater
m ter. ol Lo>
i
Beth Kodesh
Book Month
Kodesh Sisterhood honored
sh Book Month at a luncheon
Rabbi Ifax Shapiro reviewed
Hie Deputv" bv Rolph Hoch-
. .' i.
A musical program followed.
Rabbi Richter studied at the He-
Theological College ol Chi-
ll : rah Vo-
- :i. \ V vv here
irdination. He re>
tion at
. the L'niver-
- I
I iti ersity ol Western Mi< higan
rsity He
!
' -"
rr.hbini-
Nantic ke, Pa ; Oly-
nt, Pa.: and th Hi
Mich., prioi to coining t-> the Mi-
- tember. 1960 His
is at the new.
'v-formed Caribbean Jewish Con-
i>r called Both Kodesh
.11 South Miami Heights After a
there, he became spiritual
ler at Dado Heights Jewish
regation, now called Congre-
tion B"nai Raphael, in North-
esl D ide.
In the p.i-t. Rabbi Richter was
an active participant in the Zion-
Organization of America and
tor two years was Michigan res-
I secretary of the ZOA. Pres-
ently, he is secretary of the Rab-
binical Association of Greater Mi-
ami and vice president of the Re-
ligious fraternity, Theta Delta.
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/ dj and rt :latti a
.- : _rt*>ij
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ISRAEL TEMPORARILY OR PERMANENTLY
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FRIDAY, DEC. 18th through MONDAY, DEC. 21st
Telephone for Appointment 532-1707
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Amons his interests are Hasidk
lore and song He [eels that tthe
I hilosophy of Hasklism is one
which can combine the essence ol
and the spiritual needs
of miKiern man. Together with
Cantor Jack Lenier. of B'nai Ra-
i hael, he i> introducing Hasidic
melodies into the Sabbath sen
Teen-Age Groups
Take Spotlight
Temple llcnorah dedicated
the Chanuka weekend to teenage
group?.'The I'SY Juniors and'the
Senior Youth Group partici-
pated in the late Friday evening
services followed by a social
hour featuring folk dancing.
A teen-age lunch was served
on Saturday morning, following
the Sabbath services. A seminar
on the theme, "Jews and Our Gen-
Neighbors in Everyday L.
ice under the dir< i I
ol Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti and
Miles Kuttli
Sj turda: night, the ti
foi dance i<>
e "i the community
U ere im itl
. icers a the Senior Youth
Group are Diane Glickman, pi
SI ai Mishkin and Sharon
Krovetz, vice presidents; Esther
Behm ra: nd Karen Beckman,
- 11 it ries -i n d Joel K.>pian
irea.- u
Officers ol the Junior I'SY arc
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. December 18. 1964
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s,
crvices
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*
LffM ISRAEL. 7*01 Carlyle Ave.
*c. Rabbi IMM Ever. S
U,E EMeT 2*33 SW MM Ave. I
vative.
toAVID~Z9 SW 3rd Awe. Con- II
,-, .m. PulpM cu.-! - si Sermon: "Rlmeon ana
R ... ., rs." Saiunlay a.m.
WjJ I ,..: -The Death o
."Par Uitivah: Howard, -"ii "f
.j \| |,,-lie Munilx-nt.
i.u t. W0~ SW "l7th Awe. Ortho. ft* Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
RaBbi Solomon Schiff. Gr"
Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday : a.m. XI In-
chn 3:13 p.m.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
~* ^.y, c, cirthn i Oavid Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
'H ISRAEL 71 40th St. Ortho- Heilbraun.
CANDUUGHTING TIME
13 Toveth 5:13 p.m.
snaiwiiHteiMkKH'W'Hi'jj Or., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Wermon: "Judaism
The Old-Young Rrlurlnn." Jouth
(roiip win participate In Hervlce. Sat-
urday ll:to a.m Bar Mltsvah: Kuh-
ert, son yf .Mr. and Mr*. Ray iw-rrim
Barrj", non of Mra. Rhlrley Koffman.
. .. ,n Saturday 8:M m
, rtabbath. Bermon:
U-arnlns." Mtncha
L, R.ibDi Brrel Weln,

* -i. ... .u -. HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER Bh
H JAfOP 3'-"-311 Washington Homestead Conservative. Can-
0,!" :iox. Cantor Maurice
I- I
(th KODESH. 1101 SW 1?th Avr.
X,j,rn ditional. R.ihr-i Max
Brn|amin Ben-Ari.
Mr nnd Mm X
. i mi '. Wl
, 'iu-.ii.i %
i
i .
:, 11 111 i.
Ith E CONGREGATION.
.. Hy. Conservative.
St.. Homestead Conservative. Can-
tor Pmcvis Aloof

SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Cniif-rvative. Rabbi Shm.nryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
! i. 1..-. I-, i p m --
s'ami -
|'( uf he
i:. p in

JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
O.GOQUE -a'nn Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.

..
Marcovita. Cantor
-. llltitl "All.I -l:i ll
! w1H li -i the mi. b
- 16 .i m
. i
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self.
I ,.;,, i nml i" ''i Serii'nn
|tm TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave Or- Israel R< ...........- > Wi ivi I
kudoi Rail" Joseph E. Rackovsky KutU Ih> a.m. hermon
______ -Jai uh Uvea l m.
IthtORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th T~~l .... ..
I,. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip- MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
fe. Cantor Ben-Z.on K.rschen- Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
P Abraham Strassfeld.
aim.
j ,'",,''-.,;,,V. MINYONA,RES CONGREGATION.
Saturday < I a.m 3737 Bird Rd_Modern Traditional.
:';.;,';;'.;;' X", n,'"' dhev BMAWM.Vl Normandy Or.
_".'_ Orthodox. Rabb. Ph.neas Weber-
k* RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. man.
ST/jack L,earbnberHar'd R'Ch,er SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
Mfe, j.u^L.rner.^ ^ ^ ^ IV Conseryfl,ive RMi Zev, Green-
irdaj i m Brr- wa|d-
I of the Week." Ilai r>ldas and -'" p.m. Toulh bab-
-. .., ,.r Mr, nnd Mr* i,.,h. Sermon: "Whal tan we i-.\-
' eld. Mim-Ma :. p.m. iieel from Our Youth? *'""','. -\ .,
____------ .in,. Si-rmon: "Portion of in,' eK.
L:-S -DREW CIRCLE OF Ml- -----.,,.,- -.e
tvi. 15'9 Washington Ave. Ortho- 5EPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. MB
L.. ________.;-. *,_.,:_- a... o.w r,ntnr S;,di Nail-
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Awe. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
FVIdny 8:13 p.m. PulpM sweat. Rabbi
RU-hard 1.,-viton. Saturilay n a.m.
Bar Mltavnh: Kenneth, -son of Mr. and
\ir- Alvln Khermun.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
FVIday 8 p.m. Sermon: "Whal 1'nlten
and What Divide* ihe Jewish I'eo-
i.l,-'.'" Saturdn> 10:80 H.m. Sermon:
\\ hi n An l'i ople Iteallj I N ad?"
a
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservat.ve.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Steinor.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
-.. in.h< I
. ::. 'in \.
. I.uth ill anil i
.i to.
-----
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative Rabbi S. M.
Machtei. Caitor Abraham Reiseman.
Satui'dii)
M .....
M mill Ml'H .ho!,I Ml l I
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION VAYEHI
Jacob blesses Ephraim and Manassch: "And Israel stretched
out his right hand, and laid it upon Ephraim's head, who was the
younger, and his left hand upon Manasseh's head." (Gen. 48.14.)
Vayehi Jacob lived in Egypt 17 years. On his death bed.
he blessed his sons, predicting the destiny of the tribes that were
to descend from each of them. Ephraim and Manassch. Joseph's
two sons, were included in the roster of Jacob's sons, the heads
of future tribes. Jacob died; the Egyptian rnysicians embalmed
his body after the custom of the country. Jacob was buried in
the land of Canaan, in the Cave of Machpelah, together with his
ancestors.
Joseph continued to provide for his brothers after their
father's death. Before his own death, Joseph made his brothers
swear that when they returned to Canaan, they would take his
bones with them to the Promised Land. Joseph died; meanwhile,
his embalmed body was placed in a coffin, awaiting the return
to Canaan.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is ex-
tracted and based upon "The Graphic H;story of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is
Shengold, and the wolume is available at 27 William St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volumo
is Joseph Schlang.
i
li> Rab i Dow Roiencweig
. in. Youth (Irmjp I toes
H, sir urda) 8:3 a m
dun of the Week." Mln-
m.
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
mias.
Hrlda) p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Ser-
mon: 'Unknown Futun ,"
. i in. ------
------ ------ ... ,. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
GLER GRANADA 50 NW _51it iervatlve. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
Pi fo'"" vr Rabbi David Ro
ife.d. Cantor George Goldberg.
i .-. rmon "The Youth
- ma r.ii" I raf< rnlty
L i he toes Shalitwi
1-. n liar Mltsvah: Iktvld,
I- Mra, Michael Caasoi l i
-. i:. and 8:13 p.m. Sermon:
i i- |.ead< r~luii-- In V\ hlcli ll-
ds v.r. in Sermon:
Our I'mrlan hH and Their Imi
. Toda}." Mincha S:lo p.m.
LbrEW Ac7riE"MY7 2400 Plnetre. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
m
6
^ASTE OF HEBREW
A Weekly Column for Beginners
presented by
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I dilor: DR. Mil OMO KOOI sll
this linmc man?
mio Mi br<
' e* he do?
wheic does de work?
n an office
I' cs he only work?
*' he learns (studies), too
"hen Joes he learn (Study)?
lie Ic.uns (studio) in the evening
He works dining the day and he
"tuilies in the evening
Where does he study?
He studies in school
What does he study?
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
|., ,l.,, \ '..i |i.ni Sermon: "'Fiddler
ll rta, Mr H,| Mr. TolilaK SUHHiuan ;
ili |iivw ii- .i pulpit ISilile i" honor
,,, ii,, ii- i.Mii i eddlna .i nil i < i v
Sii i unlu> 9 i i" "' rmon "The w eK -
I, |-rtion -I th. Illlile." Bar Mlta-
\ li Alan. "Oil '! Mr. and Mm, Jon-
, : i, /..in-, M. Has Mltsvah: Blli n,
,1., iShli of Mr. and Mr*. I*wIh Kap-
lan.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
r*rlda> vl". p.m. Sermon: <" irienl
... Alioul .i> h ,in llroadwaj.
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Aye.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morrii Kip-
oer.
I i iday 8:15 p m. Sermon: "Papa Jncoo
I'omeK iii Town." Mra. Abraham sioin
will bleaa Ihe Sabbath candlea.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
PYldas 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Fllghl and
l right." Suturday 8 a.m. Sermon:
The Portion of tii- i..-i .' Bar Mlts-
vah: Stuart, won ol Mr. and Mrs,
h win Zuckel man.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Raboi Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Krldaj P >' "etm. n: "A Rabbi
Look* -ii the rhrlatmaa Hollo i
,,( in, ':. inn. ni, al I rlalon.
<.,, eligioux committee
ill In honored "ii Ida suth
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TEMPLE OR CLOM. Conservative
S751 SW 1Mb St.. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April Cantor Nico Feldn'.in.
I Siimoi "The j-inal
|i,, l.ivli Knd Vouth
\/\. M
i zion,
7\ 122, Hill
n. Siitui a.m.
,.. > ii ul l
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TEMPLE SINAi OF NORTH MIAMI
1210C NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Darnel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale.
. ", i ,~, i.....n: "Putting

TEMPLE TiFERETH JACOB. 951
E. 4th Ave- Hialeah. Conservative.
PYlilai "i:15 p.m Dneg Shabbal boat-
ed b> Mr nnd Mrs Mi i- i- Miller in
heir "I'liiiK annh aarj
Sntur''a> a.m. Sermon: "The Week-
ly Portion of ihe i.a "
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brookt.
Cantor Ben Diokson.
ivi.lav 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Whal are
ih, VVorda of on Pather?" Saturday
|3 .i.iii. .<. : n:..... "la 11, .ill Ainu
Life?"
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TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man.
.TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernlek. .
Kriilai m;i ii in. Sii-mon: The nia-
' per of by Slaterh.....I. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "The Portion of tin- WeeK.
YOUNG ISHAfcL. 990 NE 171at St
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Staober.
Friday 5:15 p.m. Soturdaj -',l =er-
3:30 p.m. _
mon: "The Challenge -f Youth To-
day." mi"-- Shabbal for children
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Precisely What Dcss Bar
Mftzvah Mean to Us Now?
DR. JAM
By DR. SAMUEL Z. JAFFE
Beth El of Hollywood
I would preface my remarks on
the quest ion of the perspective of
Bar Mitzvab today by indicating
at once that this
cere m o ny. a I
though an option
al religious prac-
tice in Reform
Judaism, is prev-
alent in the ma-
jority of Reform
congregations.
There was a
time, some four
decades ago,
when the early
architects of Rc-
form Judaism
d i s c a r ded the
Bar Mitzvah ritual because it
had become a meaningless rite and
a rote ceremonial completely de-
void of spiritual content and sig-
nificance for a great number of
Jews who were hardly knowledge-
able in their faith.
Because of the low level of Jew
ish education. Reform Judaism In-
stituted the confirmation cere-
mony for girls, as well as boys,
which was in supercede Bar Mitz-
vah and take place at an advanced
;,..c It was felt that such a pro-
main would prolong the young-
ster's formal religious education,
invest it with more content and
project it on a more mature level.
In more recent year-, the Bai
Mitzvah ceremony has experienc-
ed a remarkable rebirth in Re-
form congregations, This is due t
a number ol factors, most of which
have little or nothing to do with
the spiritual significance of the
ceremony. They have to do more
with psychology and sociology
with fulfilling basic needs of group
identification and belongingness.
of sentimentality, of respect for
parents and grandparents.
But for the most part, the Bar
Mitzvah ceremony has become the
occasion utilized for parental ex-
hibitionism and social ostentation,
j as someone has trenchantly observ-
i ed, more 'bar" than "mitzvah."'
' When a Bar Mitzvah is celebrated
in such an inimical atmosphere, it
vitiates the very value system the
1 ceremony should serve to engender
in the child. These same motives
which often prompt parents of Or-
thodox or Conservative synagogues
to have their son become a Bar
Mitzvah apply to adherents of all
Ihree wings of Judaism.
In our day. Bar Mitzvah often
i marks the end of the child's relig-
ious education with the parent's
; acquiescence. When this ceremony
is treated i- competitive to confir-
mation, rather than as a meaning-
ful step toward it. then Bar Mitz-
vah is a step backward. Bar Mitz-
vah can have great value spiritu-
lly and aesthetically if invested
with proper meaning and empha-
bj parents, and if viewed as
only the attainment of the first
level in our children's religious
maturation rather than as its cul-
1 minating goal.
ANNOUNCEMENT OF PROCLAMATION
Rabbis of Greater Miami to Mark
Hebrew Academy Sabbath on Weekend
,,,....
i This hjS? (| prepared in co-
Operation With the Greater Mi-
| ami Rabbinical Association.
Coordinator o/ features ap-
pearing here (l
DR. MAX LIPSCHITZ
spiritual leader of Beth Torali
Congregation of North Miami
Beach.
litn.iii "
The weekend of Dec. 18 and 19
has been designated as Hebrew
i Academy Sabbath by the Rabbini-
cal Association of Greater Miami.
Announcement of the proclama-
tion was made by Rabbi Herbert
Baumgard. president, and Rabbi
Solomon Schiff, executive vice
president, who urged all rabbis in
Greater Miami to devote a sermon
either Friday night or Saturday to
the Hebrew Academy.
The special Sabbath will help
kick off final preparations for
the Academy's 17th annual schol-
arship dinner set for Jan. 3 et
the Deauville Hotel. Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Reinhard, pioneer lead-
ers of Greater Miami Jewry,
will be honored at the $100-a-
couple function.
Rabbis participating in Hebrew
\cademv Sabbath include Rabbis
Mayer Abramowitz. Temple Men-
ora'h; Samuel April, Temple Or
Olom; Hershel Brooks, Temple Za.
mora; Jonah E. Caplan, Temple
Adath Yeshurun; Alexander S.
Gross, Hebrew Academy; Samuel
Z. Jaffe, Temple Beth El; Eugene
Labowitz, Temple Ner Tamid;
Irving H. Lehrman, Temple Emanu-
El; Max A. Lipschitz, Beth Torah,
Congregation.
Rabbis Morton Malavsky, Tem-
ple Beth Sholem. Hollywood; Jos-
eph E. Rackovsky, Beth Tfilah.
Congregation; Harold Richter,
Congregation B'nai Raphael; Sol-
omon Schiff, Beth El Congrega-
tion; David Shapiro. Temple Si-
nai. Hollywood; Morris A. Skop,
Temple Beth Shirah.
Rabbis Alfred Waxman, Temple
, Zion; David Lehrfield, Knesseth
! li-rael Congregation; Sherwin
j Siauber. Young Israel Congrega-
! lion; Berel Wein. Beth Israel Con-
gregation; and Eliezer Levi, Beth
David Congregation.



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Friday, December 18
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOIA*
Meeting Needs of Jewish Unmarried Mothers Occupies Attentk
THE QUESTION of meeting the prob-
\ terns o! service to Jewish unmarried
[mothers and of arranging for adoption
lot their children :s now occupying the
[attention of a number of Jewish com-
Intimities Mire than 20 of the larger
lie wish communities operate services to
(unmarried mothets who are licensed to
[provide adoption services under Jewish
^auapices Abou' one-half of the com-
munities with Jewish populations i.f between 10.000 and
25.000 are similarly maintaining services for unmarried
thers and for adoption.
So do more than 20 communities with populations be-
een 3.000 and 10.000 Jews In several of the larger
cities, such as Los AngMea. Philadelphia. Chicago and
Cleveland, these services are rendeied by specialized child
care ;i^er lie-. In New York City, the Louise Wise Serv-
ices is a specialized agencj serving onmarried mother-
and making adoptive placements. Statistics on unmarried
mothers are not exactly reliable, since illegitimate births
are not alway- so reported.
However, there is a marked increase in the number
of Jewish children placed in adoption. In the course of
one year. Jewish agencies in the larger communities
placed more than 425 children in adoptive homes. Half
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Crusade Against Poverty Next Item on Agenda
ALWAYS and forever, we shall
** have the poor with us' Clare
Boothe Luce think- -<> Teanns in-
to President Johnsons S947.500.000
on poverty several months
before the federal anti-poverty bill
-.-ned into law. Mr- Luce
ted er New York Her-
: So long as
icture oi >
..... ,...,.
... ....
taki ....
id v :ih it off the bottom.
t, thi t abovi
....
- -
> of the Ci tholi :nc.
inting out .it about the same
t.me era Pope. In .inning with Leo XIII.
h.i- made it q lite clear that etforts to do away with
poverty are a moral imperative. The words of Pope
- XI are especially pertinent: "Tie who ha.- the
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Lock at the Rolls
I'nited Nations
AT la-t. .here i- the likelihood
^^ here that something funda-
mental may be done about the
ever-present always dangerous,
alway- irritating problem of the
Arab refugees.
li Laurence Michelmore. the
American who heads the UN agen-
cy caring for the refugee-, has his
way, the United Nations may tind out exactly how
many ol the ''refugees' are -till entitled to relief;
How many of the holders ol ration cards entitling
hem to aid from the United Nations Relief and
Work Agencv -hould continue to get such help in
full measure, or even partially; how many "dead
souls" can be topped off the relief rolls, since the
refugee tanniie- never, or almost never, report
(.eaths; what the economic -tatus of the refugees
i how many are earning -ulficiently to maintain
themselves; and other relevant data.
In one way or another. Mr. Michelmore has asked
these questions in the annual report he has submit-
ted to this year's General Assembly. As commis-
-loner-^eneral of UNRWA. he has to tread lightly.
Over him. albeit in a purely consultative position,
there i an oflicial UNRWA Advisory Commission.
Under the UN ground rules, he must show his an-
nual report to that commi?sion.
Since the commission includes, among its nine
numbers, representatives - which are "hosts" to the refugees, it means
that the hostile dogmatically anti-Israeli Arabs get
firat la it Mi Mieheim. re"i report. This year.
host" countrioe Egypt, Jordan.
Lebanon saw Mr. Iftcfcetmore'i fir-t
draft of th( there is
ubl from the contents ol the document
ii here, tl i lot like what thej -
UNRWA '.'.ei :- not obligated to follow ti.
Arab's] r Commission's feelings
can not be disregarded altogether. In addition to
the ; countries on the troup. the
includes representatives from the Uni-
ted Stir. m. France. Belgium and Turkey.
far the largest eonlnbutor to
UNRWA, ha en, officially, ;i tot: I of S340.-
168.088 of th >82..-)i<>.t>48 spent b) 13NM/A since it
ae inio being in 1950.
The omsremise between Mr. Michelmore and the
Arab "h -' evident in the final report. Mr.
Michelmore spoke time and again <>i the need to
i" lif) the ration rolls. He -poke not only <>f the
I, but ah ose w ho have fal ta to
en We thai I gel UNRWA aid, and ol In e, per-
hj;i- ;i huh as 50 percent, who may be eniiti.
'
Is of this world and sees his brother in need and
closes his heart to him. how does the love of God
abide n him?" That Christian leader then went on
to ta) that charity alone is not enough; it must
,i>- take into account the justice that must be
established and must never -atisfy itself with pal-
iating tht disorders and deficiencies of an unjust
n "
s Ami thrusts ahead to a population of 200.-
tura with increasing effort to the
0 Americans who live in
Sure, several thou-
e in tl itcasl and downcast
ighl the opportune
,i> tin ir c ha!
n Bui these are a n
millions upon millions
> or trapped there by lack
\i Ichianism the withering
awaj icullttral or other n
; a given area bj the evil -^ourge of racial dis
crimination, or by other circumstances tot which
they are no; to blame.
What have we here in America: more than 70.-
000.000 employed, nearly 5.000.000 business enter-
prises, and a Gross National Product of around 600,-
000.000. But the poor, the ill-led. the jobless, the
underemployed, the miserably-housed abound in the
mid?! ol this plenty; and every effort by government
to deal boldly with the problem is met with savage
attack- by the overprivilegee
We -hall want to see first then how the govern-
mint anti-poverty law will fare in the months
ahead. Under general direction of Sargent Shrivcr,
a number of youth conservation camps and job
tiaining centers are soon to be -et up; the Depart-
ment 150,000 teen-agers in work-training programs in their
home town- very quickly; the Office of Education
will be in .1 position to di ties and colleges to finance th< training of per-onnel
for local attacks on poverty, a domestic peace corp-
should soon be at work. And much more.
Signing the anti-poverty bill late in August. Presi-
dent Johnson promised a new day of opportunity"
and insisted that the day- of the dole in America
were numbered.
Perhaps. But out beyond the broad-shouldered
reaches of the federal government, there must be
a mobilization of resources among concerned and
able ctizens. These are people who have been
cheered to note that the new American classic on
poverty, Michael Harrington- "The Other Amer-
ica." had been expected originally to sell few copies
and has -piraled quickly into a best-seller.
The.se are the dedicated people who are deeply
worried about the badgering suffered by many ol
the nation's impoverisheddenial of equal protec-
tion of the law. denial of freedom to move about,
welfare department invasions of privacy, the re-
quirement of loyalty oaths before public assistance
1- granted, frequent police visitations.
of them were placed through the Louis*
in New York. Outside of New York 1 it>
'); --,
children placed during the same year ranged f"Umi>W|
Los Angeles to one in Milwaukee, in their s^"" *"
secrecy and confidentiality, some unmarried Jew!?
thers leave their home community, and seek
other communities
Recognizing this development, a r
community agencies serve nonresident unmi
thers. Applications by unmarried mothers from J
town communities to the Louise Wise Services ^
York City had been increasing marked!} during
few years. The Council of Jewish Federations a-TtS
fare Funds, in studying the developments in sen t-
unmarned mothers and in the adoptj, n Held ha -
lished that such program- are found 111 conimur *
all parts of the country and in widely scattered -
Jewish community agencies with licenses to earn,
adoption work exist in communities .- small ii
estimated Jewish population, according to David fa
taub. CJFWF expert, who made a study ol the pnhk
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ'
Politics and Chess
he rU
UUHILE thl
has had much I
.he removal ol K
-la and ab
.a new
f a veril .;
ting<
K.m. and
[capture
ted ii
I am refen ng ol
1 t lurnamem v bi< h I been
in. in Israel William Jame- spoki the :.
ral equivalent
all take- place on ind ii :>.d-
less.
The Preident of Israel was at the opening of tht
President oi Iceland, came to Israel t" attend aqr-
thint v huh can link cold Iceland with -unny I-nel
mi'-t be good, but I have an idea that, in older
time- the international chess tournament M
have attracted more attention.
I could imagine in older days even a PresMeatj
of the United States going to such a tourtuueeat
Perhaps James Madison might have participated.
At lea-t. we know that back in the early day1 of
the country. Madison, as a Student ol Princeton.
played cbess. There are many I Franklin's
playing che.-s. There was the time when he ml
o France to get aid for the new republic. Me
playing a game of chess, his opponent said: Vou
can not remove a king that way.
But we do so in America," retorted Franklin.
So even while playing. Franklin put in a plug for
the new republic.
I remember reading once a story about how Gen.
Grant UMd to play with a m-n who played a better
game, but Grant found that by blowing the c.-ar
;e :n his opponent's face, he could confuse ttte
latter and win. Probably the story was spread W
an enemy of the general, but it shows that (.rant
played.
Jews have always been especially fond of thctl
Locked up in ghettoes, kept out oi most field* in
che.-s thev were the equals of all on the cne.-
board, they could capture the tyrannizing king* or
deumate any anti-Semitic bishops.
Rabin Bunam said: "We should learn to be carr
ful before every move, as the ches- player take*
great precautions before the move- Belore a
sion is made, we should think in advance, '
we will have cause to regret it"
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Rep. Emanuel Cellar Becomes 'Dean' cf Hnuse
Washington
A veteran Jewish Congressman, To
^* aar 4d E ni rtuel Celler, New York]
icrat. v ill become Dean of the!
u ol Representatives when the 89thl
pens i". January. Rep. Celler.j
man ol the important House Judi-
1 Committee, was originally electedI
1 ongress on November 7. 1^22 Hej
een reeled.-1 to every succeeding!
bj in- Brooklyn constituents. He now ha- achiev-
eniority and is to be accorded the honorary and re-
of Dean ol the House."
\ ion, time advocate of lair immigration laws, Rep.
1 leading opponent of the discriminatory lie-
v The Immigration Subcommittee ol
mmittee irce of concern. The
Bder the chairmanship of Rup. Michael
n Onii Dan... rat, who doe- not -hare Rep. Celler -
hilosephy on imm
lnt Jul.n-on may puh lor a bill to eliminate the
netnj
The Administration sought ,l,!" "''"'I1!'!;, bl0CK
last session Bui the stuinbhag JJJ
the opposition of Rep. Feighan. ^"
old bill's national origins quota system"**
- --ion
vanoe such a bi!
Rep I eller and Hep. Feighan appears
Hep. oiler is one of 18 members
be Jcwi--h faiti
. ,.., iming '';,;'
County I"
who will serve in Congress durinj,
i!. total is believed to represent a
i titic ipi tion.
Hep Halpern has represented Qi
-.nee if8. He acted as a gadfly undei > ( -
lican and Democrat administrations ;'''",l0 as|
ses m an effective and aggressive mann ^
elected this year despite the 1 '"' ', th0 face oO
cratic opponent by President Johnson, and -'> ^
Republican conservative oppo i candidaii
forthright Halpern repudiation of !'
ater. ..... \eitiil
Sen Javits was not up for reelection I
n Abraham Ribu-otf, 1
ruening, of Alaska, the
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.III! J. K'Ai.lSII
for Apiilh'unt
1'iiit l:i.l-
12 1I-1N-:'".. I 1
NOTICE UNDER
-"ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ICE IS HEIIBRY GIVEN that
lenilgiioil, delring to engage In
und< i ihe fietltioUH name of
KAUK STORE UF
. Til Ml. Street,
. iila Inti nda t" r -
mil the Clerk of ihe
i ..1. Count)* Flor-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT OUS NAME LAW
\. i rii i: is i ii:i:i:i:y i HVKN thai
Hi, mli i -1JI....I. iIomIi li Huge In
ler the fictil line ol
VMEItlCAN INSI'IJANCE I'HEMH'JI
FINANCE I'l.A.N ill i'.U Hox H"'.
Miami. Flu Midi it' nd In r.
khJiI name >< lib Ihe i '! rk nf th cir-
cuit ..ui t i '.i... C nini I lot dii
ICI, VKER IXSI II \\' '' VI iEXCY,
INC., ii I'l i, i
I'AII. K\\ I I'XEY of
Silt i-i ateli K n< \ i
Ait.......> for Applicant
4'."i Uncoln lloail
12 1-11-18-25
MAL I'Ai
: veil
a. h. I":
. i na 'i
.11
MAX \ DIENER
Soli ner
TEIXiii:i:i, i :

if CIRCL IT COURT OF THE
.'.TH JCDiCIAL CIRCUiT. IN
-ID FOR DADE COUNTY.
F.ORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
Nd. 64C 1328-
I.TEI \

iSEI'll .' VILTECX,
...nt
CE BY PUBL.CATION
mi.i: li "SEI'll i-aii.
nddi.-.- -. I ii.w Villa, I..' .
irnl .: reiiuli i i
. the complaint I'm
.i na ilnnt you, itii the
. i th. .. i 'oui t Ulld Kei ve
! i .ill I '..In II. El
i-ll Congn Building, Miami
da nn ..1 In ire January 12, i
. entered ugn ind
VTED, i ii inber 3rd, 11*0-1
I |. i.i VTHEKMAN
. i in i" i Vmrl
li; : Mm guerlte Horford
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 65081-A
IN RE: Estate) of
jA.\li:s I, MARKS,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors and AH Peraona
Having clalma or Demandi Against
."-.ml Estate
Y.in .ir.- hereby notified and requir-
ed to present ans ctatima and demanda
uiii, h you may have agalnsl tin-
eetace ol JAMES I. MAKKH deceas-
,i iati .'i I hide County. Florida, to
tin- County .inii-'.s i.i Dade County,
. ,,.i rile i'l' name In duplicate and
uH provided i" Sei lion : I l, lorlda
Statutes, in Iheir offlcen In tli^ Loun-
i. Cnurthou>- in Dude County, Flor-
,.,.,, Ithin ,\ alendur months
ihe time Ihe first publication
nine will be barred.
I lated ill M laml, Flot Ida, this
nus of November, Al' l";i
lilt.I \ Mi IR \ M VUKS
Aa Bxei utri\
First public-arion ,.t this noli
It, [|.,j ol No\
\ JAY CKISTi 'I.
VI|orne\ t ir Kxi i itrlx
> nrtheasl Isl Vve,
"L"""' ,i'"''-' 1. :::. I2'4, 11. IS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DATE CO'.'NTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61047-C
IN RE: Estate ol
JENKINS K COHEN
I .. IKCll
NOTICE OF .NTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR Dl S tri HUT ION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- I ..... given thai we
havi I Hill oui : i Iti d '!''""
,,., ., |. irilinili.il ii nd Final Ins-
.....Hi .i- Kxi mors "t the esiati I
Jenkins K, Cnhi n, deceased: i nd ihai
,. ih> 6th day nl January. IWU. will
apply to the HoiinraWe Counlj .1 idges
of iiade County, Florida, for approval
ol -a i i Final Report and for ili<
llHcharge as Exi i
if the aliovi -naiin
2nd iia> of l <
inn and final
of Ihe i Rtate
cedent. Thla
1984,
ANN VY, COHEN
I.BON KAPLAN
I.HoN KAPLAN
of Myers, Heitnan .< Kaplan
Attorne)
ll.Mi s.VV. li-t Street
Miami. Florida 33180
12 I
. 11 -i-
I lie
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIEHEHY GIVEN thai
tii. underslanefl, desiring :> engage iti
liuslnesfi .i.i-r the liclltiouH name of
IH'I I'S CAIHI.I.ACS al II3U K.W, ~-111
Si eel Mia mi, Flot ldn intend t" reg-
ister sa III the 'lerk of Ihe
I....I. County, Flor-
ida.
1.1,1 "VI' ill SOCTH MIAMI
1.1.mi' i:i i, INC
Rj : Alfred a Weiss, President
John N .' i..-.ui.. s.. i
i'iiRiSTii: .\ i.i:i'EXsti:in
for l.l...i.l ;' South
M .. i i I II Itcd, ii
12 I-11-1S-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN Ihnt
Hi- undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under Ihe fictitious name of
PAN AVION STAMP COMPANY at
P.O. I'.iin >'>'. Miami Beach. Fla. 33139
intemls in register said name with the
Clerk of ihe Circuit Court of Dade
County, Flurldu,
HARRY REICHENTHAL
Sole I iwm i
12 1-11-18-36
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VdTH'l-: IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to iik-ib.' In
business under ihe fictitious name or
Kiuii.i --ru.-i-: INTKUIORS at t
2 :,| Miami IV licit Intend t" -
nltl num.- with the Cl" rk o tha
,,,,,ii, i-iuiii uf Dade County. Hor>
IIELENE Kl iKI'.l'/K Y
r.i.ANi hi: rosenp.i.att
12 I1-1N-2"
1 I
NOTICE UNDER
F'CTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN
that
NOTICE |.-
H until i ''|J'
bus ii. ss under the I
\ ,:i.i I nl His N '
\li...... I". la intend
nl naini > 111 the '
THE l
nt, 1 -
Cii i in:
Ida.
i ,ii
.1 Dade

Flot -
I" IRIS
i\ SEP.
12 1 !-)-'-

-|v--".. 1 1
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 60393-A
RE: BUT VTK 1>F
IM'I ii.I'll FELDSCHCII
|)ece:is.-d.
NOTICE UNDER NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW APPLICATION FOR FINAL
NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN lhat DISCHARGE
the undersign.'!, desiring to engage in I XOTICE Is hereby given thai we
businvim l:l,:'" "'' ''"'' "'......'"' f'"'1 '""l"""1 '"" '""
R SHOE COMPANY, Dlvis-j tlon for Final Disci i h.xecutors
HUll
on
.ii 255 'of I li
Miami. Florida III- | SCHl'll
.aid na ui, ,\ it I1 ihi
nit Court ol Hade
\l IT \1"
, i,| i', ini
from s.w -t'i Si
tends i.. n
Clerk ..I the i'H
i 'ounty, i-i'" i la
i VR1HUKAN Slli IB ''' 'Iti'
., Ni York en por i tlon uuthoi i/
to do husi ;i. I- lot id .
\ o|a-> Sli in. I'l i :
\1 VRVIN I. WIENER. I >'.'
\ Insley ISIdg., Miami, Fill
AI lor in i fol Cat Hi's an Slioi C< rli
12 I1-1S-2".
1 1
i lerk
i: n-is-ir.,
1 1
IE CIRCUIT COURT GF THE
iLEiCNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT. IN
- ID FOR DADE COUNTY,
c-ORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 12576
. |{| s x.-. AS TKl'STEE
. iirr,
: l-i VCK and MERAI 'A
IKS, IN. .
I Mi lalani-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Mi 'III li M.I.ACK
. Ki id. in-. I ukiion n
"i VRE HBKEUY NOTIFIED that
cumplainl lor cancellation ol an
I inu ito i certificate has !" it
P"i against > ,u In the above styled
frnrt.
1 The "took certlfioate involveil Ik:
I'-"ill ai. No ..'.. for 118,750aharea
I'J common capital utiK-k Issued by
IMtRADA IMH'STRIKS. INC.. ami
I "r..l| in the name of SKY-
IHWR POLIjACK on the slock
I ';',' "' ledger of said MKRADA
'MMSTIUKS. INC.. -j. Florida coi-
wratlon.
JOU ARE HEREBY KEQCIRBiD to
your original answer or other
"ig to Plalntlffi complaint in
ffire of ihe irieik of the Circuit
i ,w>a<'*' l'uunl>' Courthouse. Ml-
' porlda, on r before the 12th
."' January. IMS. You are also
l:id W aerve a copy of your
njr upon PlnlnUff'a Attorney,
Vln MERMELU i'J0 s.VV. Third
""-. Miami. I- ,Tida. 8S129, If you
#.,,?. ""."i'lv herewith, a daoree by
U iii be entered against you
"'- reliel :. leated In Plaintiff's
';,!;'! v Florida, this I'.r.l
' .....nib ..-.i
I I HERMAN
' ]' ol n> i 'inuii Court
"> P (X>PELAND
Clel*
Ui 11-18-80, i I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOROA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 10764
IHil.I.AR SAVINGS HANK OF THE
ri Y i IF NEW \' "UK,
Plaintiff, .
v "-
\ BKNt IN I "Si 'II et tit
I., !. ndai
NOTICr. OF SUIT
Ti i J, I'.a i l> ,'l I
Si ,l..s |di Ri
i:,.. si I. ils, in
i- ,;.!. k.in ii
Rural Rn Iti No
Wooiiln'
V\ llliam II 'ii.-
,.,j \ii Street
.ll.iniii \.nnrn. HI-
Von ai- herein not the
l, ,x,. captl in i a. lion i .- been ln-
s,.mini ,..ii.i-i you in th. >"'":
.ant uf il.. Eh lentil < i""'>
hiorida in a" I for l>ade Counts to
rigage '.i|n.n the follow-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 13232
MICHAEL KANIS,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
Ji lYCE N. KA VIS
Di fendanl
ORDER TO APPEAR
Yi If, JOYCE N. K VMS. I--' Aiden
Drive, w oodbrldgi Virginia, ur. n
nulre.1 lo Berve .....n of vour a.->-'
lo ihe Complaint for divor......i Plain-
i. i land.- -VI. IMiriu -. -:
Calumet Hldg .Miami. 33. I la., nnd
nl ii,.. original In the o..... cl the
Clerk of tin- '-'in nit Court, ..... be-
fore the nth dn> of .lanuarj,
., |,,., ,.,.,. |>ro i 'onfi ksu ..i
agalnsl you
Daled Deci mbi i 2, lM.
K. II. I.I-: VTIIERM VN
i l, rk Circuit Com t
,.,.;,!! It) C. P. COl'EEAXD
I li |, itj i 'lerk
12 l-ll-lt-2d
nil......r Hl'lKiLPH FELI>-
,,i,l tii.i ..ii tlie
Hi dn.i of January, l63 will apply to
......1..1..I.!. W I l-.I.A.NTuN
County Judgi Dndi Coum Flor-
ida, for ..;..: ..i mi final report
mid i..i riiml ill ai_. a- Executors
of the Est...... RI ." I.I'll KEI.D-
.- Ill II rt.ci ..-..I.
This 27lli il I Novemhel 81
SA.VH'BI. 1' III DSCHCH
HENRY XI IRTON
HENRY S'l iRTt >N
At i.a ney for Ex
12 I-I1-1S-25
In
ing described real propi rt> ,
I.....I lllorh I SIH1NBYBROOK ES-
TATES according < ""' ''.'
thereof, reeorded In flat Booji *.
:,, |age 30 i.i il-- Public Recorda of
Dad.- County, hiorida. together witn
Venetian Itllnila.
Von are reiiulred to file a reapon-
Bive pleading I i plalntifl .oiiiHiaini
with th* ClerU of ihe aforesaid touri.
and serve a copy thereof. ffiSn-P,fJnj:
i,,-s gttorne) martin i-ine. Dade
Federal HuiMing. M.ami. Florida Mill,
not later than 1- c-mberJ.1964. or a
Decree Pro Confawo will be entered
againat you.
DATED: November 24.
K. It I.E.VTHEILMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Cut
(aeal) By: I' ''''
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Dad* Federal Building
Miami. Florida, ::.'.1^1
19K4.
C.PI.I.AND
11/27. J2/4-11-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t" engage in
business under Ihi fictitious nanie oi
UNITED AMKIUCAX CNDERWUI-
TERS al 14tl:i Drexel Avenue, .Miami
Beaoh Florida intends lo reglstet
said name With the Clerk of the t 11-
CUil Court Oi Dad* County, l-londa..
NATIONAL TELEPHONE ft ALARM
CO INC.. Florida CotT-
11 27. 12 I-11-1N
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65063-B
, \ RE: Estate nl
ANNA SCHVVARTZMAN a k a
ANNA II SilIU Ain/MAN.
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit n and All Pi I sons Hav-
ing Claims ur Demanda Agalnsl Said
I an
yu In notified and re-
quired in r.">eiit any i luims and de-
i,i, n ...i in.iv lia\. against
in. estate of ANNA SCHWARTZ-
M VN 1NNA H SCHWARTZ-
M \N di i i late of Dade County,
;.'li a, to the ''.....ID Judges of I lade
, -Munii. and i. ihe same In di
Hnd ns provided In K. ctlon 731 16,
Floridit Statute", In their offices In
Ihe CoUlll) Cult linn-. In Dade Cain-
iv. Florida, within .-i\ calendar montha
I,,,m Hi, ||mi nl the lii-t publication
I,, ,. ,.f ,., Hi, same u ill be bat red.
Date,i nl
ilav of N..v
NOTICE UNDER
SrfffK,,M!'5Srf-
r.....Ity'Herbert rn^TB
SIDNEY WBINSTE1.N
.--,.,, i iw ners
CCTI.ER .V: BKR 1..... -"|S
IS Alnglej Building ,j
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN thai
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualneae under the. fictitious name oi
CABANA CLUB HARDEN APTO.
CORP. at 11450 S.VV. 187lh St.. Mi-
ami 57. Fla.. intends to registev said
name with the Clerk of the llicuit
Court of I>ade Ounty. Florida.
DAVID M. WOOL IN
Sole Owner
11/27. It/4-11-18
Miami. Florida, this :!"tli
iidii A.ii. I"..i
DAVID HEIN
An Executor
Firs! pitbllcatl.....( this notice Ihe
it-i da> of l leeember, 1964,
IRVING I'YI'CN LAW ol F1CES
Attorne) for Ex*< utor
P.O. BOX 20W, Miami I'.eaeh. I'la
12 I-U-1S-S8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUJ Or
FLORIDA IN AND FOD*DE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 13533
Till--. NEW YORK HANK FOR
SAVIN";.-.
Plaintiff.,
WILLIAM j'CDB c.l.I.INS. .t as.
"'"'NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: William Jude Collins and Shirley
J. Collins, li wife.
;,lii i i ii!-- l 'i Iv*
West Chicago, ill......-
You are herein notified th it the
above cautioned action has been ln-
si.iiii.il ngalnsl you In ih< cn-ult
,-,. in of the Eleventh Judicial I
cull of Eii Wn ii nil foi Dad.- coun-
iv t,. t'o., cl----- mortgage upon Hi i
following .i.- ailed real propertv:
|...t li HlcK-k I ol SIERRA M4RADA
Sl'BDIVlSloN. accordina to the
l-l.ii thereof, recorded In Phil Rook
-,, al Page 27 ol th< I'ublii Records
,,f | i.i.i,. Counts. Flot Ida.
Yon are required "' --------' '
-i\.. pleading t.i plalntifl ompla I
itii the i 'i. : l> o| the ufo .ilil ii
an.I serve a cop} III;
Ufa attornei M VRTIN FINE, Ihi
h'ederul lliiildins, Miami. Florid
nut lull i than Janiiat v l',. ISlsi, or a
Decree Pro t 'onfesso v. Ill hi
against you.
DATE! >: Dei ember S. 1961
E, B. LEA .HERMAN
Clerk of tin Clri It Co
iseall P.) K M I.YMAN
i piny i 'lerk
MARTIN FINE
Dad.- I'. .I.i.i I Hllihllng
Miami. Klorkla. : 13 ;, -:, ^
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 63032-A
IN RE: Esl II
U'GCST WKEDE
NOTICE'OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Nt itut: i- ereh) given thai I
; have .i ,i i Final Rep irl ind Petll
fot Distribution nnil Final H
aa Bxcclll.....i li estuti VL'Gl SI'
WREDE, ....... .' nnd Ihnl on
Rth dii) of J.inuar). ', >6
, t,, ||i, llmi..... .... i.i
Dade Count). I loridn for ai>| cal of
Final Ri port and for dlstt Ihutinn
an.I final dlwharge na Executor "t
i ii,. estate f the ab ne-nam. .1 di
il.nt. This Jth iv of I....."i" i. ii '
KCRT W KI.1.ISCH
|-:..ii 111...... th I -la.. ..f
VI'Gl'ti:' VVHHDE, i.....i-.i-.il.
KCRT W i:i.l-IS.Il
Attl.l lle>
l.iT Alnu-ria Aye.
Coral tables, Florida
12 11-18-85, 1 I
Florida,
with the
nl Dade
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to ww H
business under the flctltloua nam
r |, cooK & COMPANl
Floor, 101 Bast Fhurler Str
Florida intend- to register
of
at nth
iet, Miami
- ,, I name
with the Clerk of the Circuit L' irl
at Dade County. Florida.
i: I*. COt *K
DAVID P, v -vi VN, ESQ.
Atlo in ) '
.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 58277-A
IN RE: Estate of
B88HIH EI.KIN
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE
ANO FINAL DISCHARGE
Xi KTICE Is hereby given thai 1
have filed my Final Report and Pe-
tition for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge ga Executor of Ihe estate of
Bessie Elkin. deceased: and that on
the 22mi day of December, 1964. win
applv to ihe Honorable County Judges
of Dude Countv. Florida, for approval
of aald Final Report ami for dlatrl-
butlon nnd final discharge as Exec-
utor of the estate id the a lii 'V na nied
I, ,1. in This 23rd day of November,
HARRY ZCKERNICK
. '\, ia.....
II VRRY ZCKERNICK
- ne)
i I: l
"
11/27, 12. 1-11-1S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65219-B
IX RE: Estate of
JESS A. POTAR,
1 iii-eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors, and All Peisons Hav-
ing Claims or Deaianna Against Said
Batata:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which >ou ma) have against
the estate of JESS A. I'l .TAR. de-
ceased late of Dade Cnintv. Florida,
to the County Judges Of Dade Coun-
tv. and tile the same In dupllo&tfl and
a- provided In fe'ectlon 7S3.16, Florida
stat.ii.-s. iii their offices In the Coun-
ts Courthouse In Dade C......i.v. Flor-
ida, wlth'ti s'.\ lalendai months from
the time of tin- flral publication here-
of, or the .-ami- will in- barred.
Dated ill Minii. Florida, lllis
da) of D. cembi r, V D 1984.
CHARLES hRITZ
\ Vdminb T.A.
AroniA itg. Si.v ei .y .-
Ati..i ne} for a C.T.A.
.in." Alnsli .-. Hid,; M ai. Fl
12 ii-l\ 2"
4th
1. I


Pcrae IS-A
+. kwist fhrkKkwn
Friday. December 18,
Million Dollar Gift Goes to Technion
Announcement of a SI .000.000
to Technion University was
Tuesdaj Bight at the annual
meeting oi tl.e American Technton
in the DiLido Hotel
The institution is Israel's larg-
engineering school, and is to-
l in Haifa.
Leo Rutstein, southeast reg-
ional director, said the donation
came from the estate of Mr. and
Mrs. Meyer Gold, former resi-
dents of Coral Gables, who have
long been interested in support
of institutions of higher learn-
ing, both here and abroad.
Chamber Adds
Five Directors
Five new directors were named
I the Miami-Dade County Chain-
be] oi Commerce Board of Direc-
tor-, it was announced by John H.
iburton, president
They are Sidney Ansin. presi-
dtnt. Sunbeam Television Corp..
WCKT-TV; Maurice Ferre. presi-
dent. Maule Industries. Inc ;
J.imes E. Garland, partner. Man
rice H. Connell & Associates: Wil-
liam D. Singer, chairman of the
board. Royal Castle System; and
Frank Smathers. Jr.. president,
I nited National Bank. Miami.
Attorney for the Golds. Sydney
I. Weintraub, stated that the
funds will he allocated to a special
project on the \lt Carmel campus
Said Judge Frederick N Bnr.id.
row ly -elected president of the
South Florida Chapter, of Tech
one oi the most gen-
i-rous endowments ever received
tn a locai resident. Of course
ted It comes a> a fit-
ting climax to Technion's 40th an-
> iversary celebration all over the
United States
The university, founded in 1924.
trains scientists, engineers, and
researchers from .ill parts <>f the
free world
Meyer A Baskin, :i pas) pros
dent of the local group, read .i
n ess White House,
.eying President Lyndon B.
.1 hnson's >od wishes on the oc-
i -.n ol lechnion's aaniversarj
President- of three local Tech-
nion unit- presided as co-chairmen
of the 1965 kick-off meeting which
attracted some 1.000 members and
quests; Mr-. Milton Sirkin. presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Women's
Division; Mrs Morton Fellman,
I residenl of the South Dade Chap-
ter: and Mrs Louis Glasser, head
oi the South Florida Chapter.
Officers who were installed 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; treasur-
er, Jack Katzman; secretary. Dr.
H. Franklin Williams; and cor-
responding secretary, Harry
Smith.
Named to the Board oi Directors
were Benjamin Appel, Morris
Bernhard, William Bornstein. Dr.
Maxwell Dauer, Mrs Frances En-
tire. Morton R. Fellman. Mrs
Fannie C. Frommer. Joseph L.
Iman, Abraham A. Grunhut,
Mrs Trudy Hamerschlag, Bernard
Katz, Rabbi Leon Kroni-h. Nathan
Kushin. Dr. Irving Lehrman, Hy
man Lieberman and Morris N.
Lipp
Giie>t speaker of the evening
was Dr. Maxwell Dauer. professor
of Radiatio.i Physics at the Uni-
versity of M'ami. and radiation
ii i-t v. ; h the Di a of
I i |o [J al Jaek-on Memorial
pital. He spoke on "Nuclear
Science in Israel and the United
Dautr: "Use of nuclear
er can provide water sources
( reate vast industrial anil
. ilture possibilities. Through the
. ork of Technion, Israel will soon
u| en new frontiers leading to eco-
i independence."
Meti i t mmissioner Alex Gor-
i m installs Judge Barad and his
ers
NCW! FRKi
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Section B
Council Will Study Middle Class
Academy Women congratulate Mrs. Samuel Rein-
he:: .eft who will be saluted alonq with her husband at the
Iwe- Academy's 17th annual scholarship dinner set for
al the Deauville Hotel. More than 2.0C3 oersons are
I to attend the SlOO-a-couple function. Left to riqht
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5, Reinhard, Mrs. Joseph Shapiro and Mrs. Julius Rosen-
Second annual joint session ot
Ihc Greater Miami Section. Na-
tional Council Of Jewish Women.
will be held Jan. fi. 10:30 a.m., at
the Dnpont Plaza Hotel, according
to an announcement by Mrs. Wil-
liam I Brenner, president of the
Section. Mrs. Gerald Kogan i- in
charge ol the program.
Theme of the discussion at the
session has been set at a national
level and will include such topics
i "The Immovable Middle Class
- Who are They and How Do They
Relate t<> the Present Day Civic
and Social Problems?" and "Are
tin Comfortable Members of the
Middle Class Right in Consider-
ing Themselves Jus) Innocent By-
standers in the Current Race Re-
lations Crisis?"
Guest panelists will discuss.
specifically. "Pride and Prejudice
in the Immovable Middle Class,"
both Mrs. Brenner and Mrs. Ko-
gan revealed.
Speaking on "Poverty in Our
Community." will be Miss Olive
Alexander, executive d i r e c tor.
James E Scott Communitj Asso-
ciation Others are "School Inte-
gration," Mrs. Mayme E. Williams.
assistant principal of Guidance,
Booker T. Washington Junior and
Senior High School: "Quality Ed-
ucation." Jack D. Cordon, member
of the Dade County School Board;
and "Our Changing Neighbor-
hoods." Ernest Lent, director.
Community Relations Board.
An informal discussion and sum.
mary among members will folllow.
National Council of Jewish Worn-
en's first School for Community
Action. "Equal Opportunity for
youth." presented last year in 62
cities and "owns, has sparked doz-
ens of imaginative new service
projects lor children and youth
across the country.
Greater Miami Section lias insti-
tuted a pilot project ot teacher aid
to assist the disadvan; -, l stu-
dent at the Booker T. Washington
Junior-Senior High School.
The January .joint meeting of all
i ight divisions ol Greater Miami
Section will also highlight the
founding of the national organiza-
tion and celebrate the birthday of
i;- founder, Miss Hannah G. Sol-
i iron, with a luncheon to take
place at 12:30 p.m.
The -cond annual "Day at the Races," a benefit event spon-
sor by the combined Nursery School PTAs of the YM-YWHA
c: Z eater Miami, will take place on Wednesday, Dec. 23,
_.m., at Tropical Park. Shown planning for the proqram
are 'eft to right) Mrs. Herbert Krensky, Mrs. Samuel Gordon,
Saul Miller and Mrs. Sheldon Zane. Mrs. Gordon is
- cm of the "Y" Early Childhood Development Committee.
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nth with the Bar Mitzvah
nee .-on ot Mr. and Mrs.
Saffer, serving as focal
The celebrant was sur-
by aunts, uncles, great
great uncles and cousins
York contingent Includ-
and Mrs. Al Sailer. Mr
Irs, Leo Saffer, Mr. and
. ck Klein. Jack Fields.
ields, Mr. and Mrs. Dave
and from the West (oast.
Murray and Mrs. Etta
. Ail attended the reccp
the Fontainebleau in the
:if- honor For the oc
Laurence's mother se-
a fashionable blue lace
ith matching jacket .
localites enjoying the
ties, the Bar Mitzvahs
. rents, Mr. a n d Mrs.
-alter. Mr. and Mrs. Jut-
-enberg Also brothers,
.0. Allan 8, many of his
t( liabhi and Mrs. Sam
. ril, ( antor and Mrs. Nico
i Maj or and \i i Mel
. hard.
and Mrs. Walter Berger,
. mi, who jusi left for the
asf v ill celebrate their
celling anniversary and
I ar Mitzvah of grandson
son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
r, during their stay there
1963, it was the other way
. The Californa Bergers
Miami to mark the Bar
h Of oldest son Barton .
cision at the present as to
' the family will celebrate
: old Neil's coming of age
Joining the family circle in
-de- for the double cele-
will be the Walter Berg-
ers' other -on Warren, his wife
and their Ihree, Bonnie, Lee and
Laurie, of New Jersey, and Joel's
other grandparents, Dr. and
Mrs. Jacqueline Orden, Liberty,
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Judges were literally in every
corner of the diLido Hotel tor the
Bar Mitzvah party of Mark Fel-
ler, son ol Miami Beach Judge and
Mrs Milton (Deanal Feller .
Among tf ise on hand were Judge
and Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, Judge
and Mrs. Irving Cypen, Judge
and Mrs M al vi n Englander,
Jud e and Mr-. Bernard Frank.
Judge Al S'perstcin. Mayor (and
also a former judge) and Mrs.
Melvin Richard, Councilman and
Mrs. Roberl Turchin, Councilman
and Mrs. D. Lee Powell, Judge
and Mrs. Kenneth Oka and most
el the rest ol the official family
ot the Citj
Mr. and Mrs Milton (Miriam)
Sirkin are hack from a one-week
visit to Charlotte, N. C, where
they st !> I at the lovely home
of son and daughter in law, Mr,
and Mrs. Richard I Ruth i Sir-
kin Occasion was a welcome
to new ijranddaugbter, Robin
Alena, who joins Robert Craig.
now :;' Dick is with the
Charlotte Observer.
Surprise shower given recently
for Esther Mervish, who will be
the December bride of Joel
Weiner come Che 24th Held
at the Biscayne Point home of
her sister. Rosalie (Mrs. Sandy)
Berger, co-hostesses for the gay
party wei- Miss Judy Alpert and
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Friday, December 18, 19
Adath YeshurUII Towers
New Year's Party
Men> Club of Temple Adath
Yeshunm will hold its lifth annual
.New Year* Eve party in t*ie
Charles Rosenberg Memorial Hall
01 the Temple.
Norman Leader and his band will
piovide the dance music, and Bob
sweeney will be master of cere
monies. A lull course dinner will
be served
In charge of the affair are Jos
eph Fields l.eon Solotkin. Al Kc-v
ler ami Bernard Falk
Hodossoh
Mrs. Emanuel Menu, nrp Morton 1......rs Group JJ Vil
Beach HadUMh. anno '
monthly educational sessionUU
MB third MottUv .anffnJ
Mrs. Morr:. Minov ,. ,"
chairman
North Stcr Unit. Cancer Institute of Miami, ion show. She is pictured with models (left
held its annual luncheon and fashion show in to riaht Helen Snyder, Gienda Friedman. Shir-
vie Silver Room at Embers Restaurant ia&t
Wednesdcy. with 150 members attendinq.
Tdith Zipp. Jewish Flotidicm columnist (ex-
reme right', did the commentary for the fash-
ley Brant. Helga Koenigsburg, Sandra Roil.
Esther Cassorla, Marian Yasmer, Eliece Wil-
hite and Helen Browdy.
Pioneer Women Slate Functions
Hrs Joseph Krantz. pre-ident of and membership chairman, is in
' ub 1 of !' Women, an-
will talk on the -Hijihli-hts ot
Pioneer Women's Activities."
IfM Betty Herman will intro-
duce ;i musical program to be fol-
Charge of the membership party. installation of nc. mom
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,rniim!v Washington W* ('!",, ""< Pushkin. Seltoer, recwdmg secretarj
' deral 12'., Washington Ave,
In celebration of Jewish Book
I nth E Y :' is lo dia uss The
Morals ... \ al ei of the
the Poil '
next rej
: for Wednes-
! p.m.. at Washington Fed
1234 Washington Ave. Busi-
1 -- meeting will be conducted by
Mrs. Miriam Halperin, president
Mrs Meyer Kahn, vice president.
Ecumenical and Jews
Lecture and di-cnssion on Tues-
j. 9 p.m., at Beth David tongre-
-.ition will be "The Ecumenical
Council and the Jews This is the
_'ith and Ia>t in a series of adult
cation weeklj lectures led by
. bbi Fie.'. : \ Lev! in conjuni
1 >ii with 'lie Bureau of Jewish
Education, A social hour follows
e lecture.
Kadimah King
Cole Hadassah
Kadimah Kin^ Cole Group of
itedesMh will hold a Founders
lki> HiDobeon and card party on
Monday noon at the Barcelona
Hotel.
President. Mrs. Samuel Solkott.
has appointed Mrs. Irving Solo-
mon. Mrs William Shapiro. Mrs
Samuel Chapin and Mrs Rubin
Kitner as committee member-
Guest speak <-t Mrs Samuel Sa
lull. v\ ill toll ot a recent visit to
Hrael
Crystal Chapter
Member Lunch
Crystal < hapter of AsthnJ
Children's Foundation. ]gjj |
168th St.. chartered in June, hj
a membership luncheon on \ov
at the Mimosa. Fortj new med
I eft and eight life member, aft
uited with the group.
Speaker- were Israel Friedm*
executive < ice president, and .
bt-rt Heekberg, oi the Board
Ti ustees.
Children- Asthmatic FoundJ
lion Is a eon-profit orfiamwtiotJ
ion-racial and non-sectarian, id
children tl il the Unite
state-. Canada and Israel
Opened in October, 19&4. thd
Foundation now h.is eicht intraetL
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HI a holiday festival of the Jacob C. Cohen
taimunitv Synagogue held at the Coronet
Hotel are (left to right) Mrs. Jennie Sommer,
Lce president; Cantor Simon Solomon; Rabbi
iTiboi Stern, seen recording the affair for
IWEDR-FM; Mrs. Tibor Stern; Jacob C. Cohen,
president Mrs. George Simon, president of
Sisterhood; and George Simon, chairman of
the board. Sisterhood will be officially in-
augurated at Friday night services, with Rabbi
Stern officiating.
Tickets Moving
Fast for ORT
Ticket sales lor the Southern
premiere showing of "Goodbye
Charlie."' -tarring Debbie Reyn-
Olds and Tony Curtis. Dec. 23 at
the Carlb Theatre, Miami Beach,
are getting close to a sell-out.
The benetit premiere is spon-
sored by the Women's American
I ORT, 600 Lincoln Road Mall. ORT
has schools in 22 countries on live
continents, which set up programs
for rebuilding lives through voca-
tional education.
Charlie" Murdock, of WQAM.
v ill be on hand on opening night
to meet and talk with celebrities
on arrival. Another special event
xvill be a display and modeling of
some of the clothes worn by Deb-
bie Reynolds and Tony Curtis in
'Goodbye Charlie."
Mrs. Theodore Zelles is in charge
Of tickets.
Council Reelects Giller
Miami Beach City Council haa
reelected Ben Giller vice presi-
dent of Washington Federal St
ings and Loan Association, to
serve on the Auditorium and (' .-
venlion Hall Advisory Board.
Gurion Branch
To See Film
Parband, Ben Gurion Brani
will hold its regular monthly mei
in- on Wednesday evening at the
Farband Center, 8-12 Washington
Ave.
Following the business agenda
conducted by President Manuel
Burstein, a film. "The Million
Club." sponsored by Dade County
Cancer Society, will be shown \
duestion and answer period on the
film will be led by a member ot
the Dade County Medical AtSOCi
tion.
hi Krensky Accepts 1965 Chairmanship
I Combined Appeal Women's Division
\1;.. Inez Krensky. prominent
1 iimunal leader, who
yean has been at the
11I Combined Jewish Ap-
has accepted the
p of the 1865 CJA
Division campaign, it
meed bs Dr. Irving
1 impaign chairman, and
, ourt, president of the
Vli imi Jewish Federation.
ition to serving as cam-
hairman and initial gifts
n .11 the Women's Division,
Krenskj has served ;i- presi-
{nil ol the Mount Sinai Hospital
past president of Tem-
Sholom Sisterhood, and
ice president of the Federation of
Jewish Women's Organizations in
id 1961.
She has also served on import-
committees with the National
oj Jewish Women, lladas-
1 Technion, Brandeis University
([omen's1 Committee, and the Mi-
mi Women's Division of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
;ty which this year select
i:i her to be the recipient of its
meted Woman of the Year"
ard.
In her service to the Miami and
Miami Beach communities, Mrs.
Krensky has also held the posi-
tion of first chairman of hostesses
ot the Miss I niverse Pageant, and
Jewish Appeal, having visited Is-
rael in 1960. Her daughter, Mrs.
Harry B. Smith, also of Miami
Beach, just returned from a trip to
Israel.
Mrs. Smith is currently a mem-
ber of the Advisory Council of the
Young Women's Division Of Fed-
cation and CJA, a young women's
communal organization which
Mrs Krensky helped to revitalize
during her service a- chairman Of
1 Women's Division in 1963.
During rh( 1964 CJA drive, the
Women Division campaign was
among the pace-setters with a bet-
ter than 15 percent increase in -up-
port of Federation and CJA agen-
cies in the Miami community. Is
rael. and around the world.'
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Phi Sorority-
Mrs. Krensky is familiar with
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Com 111 unity Women's Club of
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The affair, followed by an open
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of the president. Mrs. Jack Zuck-
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Invitations will be mailed to new
residents of the area by Mrs. Sol
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Mrs. Leo Paul, Mrs. Jack Mazur,
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Friday, Decerr.rer i8_ ,.
Miami Beach Hadassah Schedules
Founders Day Luncheons Next Week
Mrs. m^
'" """ Mrs
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Miami Beach Hadassah groups Miss Xeri. chant,
are planning Founders Day lunch- poets, will cntCn
,S.rkin is guest
Henrietta Siold Group will meet
on Monday noon at the Algiers
Hotel. Guest speaker is Mrs. Hen-
ry B. Wernick. Enterlainment will
be by Nora and Nico Feldman.
with Olga Bibor Stern at the piano.
Mrs. Florence Greenberg is chair-
man, and Mrs. Susan Feller, presi- lsrae>- Luke Salem
Southgate Group
Bl luncheon in .
Hotel Mondaj
An ac'ive commif.ee is didaently workinq on
annual New Year's Eve party sponsored
.ocd, Brothsrhocd and the PTA of
Temple Beth She!om. At c recent meetinq
he'.? at '.he home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Poste!-
nek the following member? "dig in" for action
on this annual social proect. Left -> right
8 Dr. Harry Gersten, Robert Marlin, Mrs. J.
Bernard Sp?ctor, Irwin Teplis, Mrs. Philip Pos-
JVS Counselor
Wins Top Award
Colleen E g a1;
:-< r n r the Jewish Vocati in-
Si r\ ice, has been selected a*
.1 .ndin3 Rehabilitation Pro-
-- I ol L964" b) I', le 0
j the Handicapped Commit'
in. who holds .1 Mast* r -
tree in rehabilitation counsel-
nat< (;
lent ol the Nati
I 1 :;-. >r's A--
She was cited -for her profes-
il enthusiasm and for extra
. ular participation in com
munity rehabilitation programs."
The award ivas presented by John
ekamp. associate editor of the
mi Herald.
Mi has served Jev
\ carfcnal Service for two j
telnek, J. Bernard Spector. Philip Postelnek.
lame?. K'nopke. Seated are Mrs. Irwin Teolis,
Mrs. Horry Gersten, Mrs. James Knopke, Mrs.
Ph:!iD Davis and Mrs.. Harold Grannff. Not
shown are Davis and Granoff, also members
of the committee. The New Year's Eve party
is open to Beth Sholom members and 'heir
friends.
Beth Moshe
Ladies to Meet
Beth Moshe Sisterhoo I will hold
its monthl) luncheon on Wednes-
day noon Social Hall.
Polynesian in theme, a "Tiki"
lui h Kill be < iv.hi by costumed
hosti 1 Frieda Blank.
Lillian i 1 Sadie Greenberg,
I L Sara Mad
Jeanetti N ark, Mary Weiss-
man ai d SI ley W
dent.
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Morton Towers Group will meet
Monday no in at the Doauville Ho-
tel. Rabbi Jjnah E. ("apian is guest
speaker. Musical program will be
hvaded by William Royal and Hat-
tie Wagner, with Aida Yaslo at
the piano. Mrs. Ann Levy 1- chair-
man of the day, and Mrs. Kmanuel
Mentz, president.

Esther Group will celebrate on
Tuesday noun in the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Ruth Obersf will be speaker
and chairnu n of the day. Enter-
tainment .- headed by Rose By-
rum.
.
Israeli Group meets in the Al-
giers Hotel Mondaj noon. A musi-
cal program will feature J(
Farber and Vic Marchesi, accora-
I-. ni.-.i 1 %
II celebral
"taineby
is Rabb, Joseph N. ,.!":; ^
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Mrs. Joseph Rosi
dent.
Emm. Lazarus G-e,oHl,Im(
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Stephen Wise G-oup wj|| ...
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Barth, in-
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Lencer will ;
' sther Barret, pianist.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Henry Manning .,1 ,
B Wernick Mrs. Sam Appell is '
Bey Harbour G.cup will have
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Shalom* Group meets on Monday .,.,. a( ... : ,,;;,
non at the DiLido Hotel John di Tuesday, D(
Tyniak, continental violinist, and able from Mrs
Jewish Worship Hour
Rabbi Harold Richter and Can-
lack Lerner, of Congregation
B nai Raphael, will participate in
lev ish Worship Hour"' at 11
. Sunday, on ch. 10.
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Jewish Home for the Aged celebrates Birthday Niqh'- Hon-
ored r.ere is Mrs. Carrie Oppenheimer, who marked her 100th
bir*.hc ay. Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal of the Hebrew
Acac'emy. was guest speaker. Entertainment was written and
diree'ed by Sally Simon in an all Yiddish show called
"Mamele Un Rifkele," starring Helene Koretzsky, Sheila Leib-
errm and Sam Rudt at the piano.________________________
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Lois (Mrs. Sonny) Brenner .
Shower guests included hollow's
mother, Mrs. Henry Mervish .
Another bride-to-be, Terry Tan-
enbaum. will be guest of honor
;:t a luncheon Tuesday in the
home of Trances (.Mrs. Joseph I
Sharpe, 5120 Cherokee Ave., with
Esther (Mrs. Louis) Itoscnthal.
co-host Daughter of Mr. and
Mr-. Harold Tanenbaum. Hous-
ton. Tex.. Terry will exchange
vows with Jules Bagden on Dec.
27 at the r'ontainebleau His
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Bagden, of New York Others
who will he here for the shower
and the wedding are the future
brides grandparents, Mrs. Etta
Tanenbaum, of New York, and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shapiro, of
Charlotte, N. C.
Longtime friends and new ones,
close relatives and distant ones,
300 strong, they came to the
beautiful pink, white and red en-
gagement party given by Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Stepkin for daughter
Roberta Diane and fiance Robert
Martin Su-sman the last Sunday
in November The dark-haired
bride-to-be was a vision in a fit-
ted Truzell original of pink net
covered with reembroidered rib-
bon and lace roses over satin
with illusion neckline .
Her charming mother chose
pink brocade decorated with
pearl and silver beads with a
floating panel of chiffon draped
from the shoulder Petite
grandmother, Mrs. Mary Stepkin,
in a pinky beige brocade, and
the bridegroom's mother, on the
arm of husband Albert Sussman.
in aqua accented with white
beaded trim .
Among guests seen around the
lavish buffet tables, or dancing
and chatting, were Mrs. Mildred
Slepian, the Murray Cohens, Mr.
and Mrs. Allan B. Margolis, the
Maurice Cornblums, the Morris
Kalers and family, Mrs. Sadie
Ponce and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Isidore Schwartz, the Sam and
Moe Schatzmans and families,
Mr. and Mrs. David Rayvis,
Judge and Mrs. Milton Fried-
man, the Maurice Faskes, the
J. L. Logans, Meyer Forers.
t rove
Leonard Barrs, Sam Rappaports,
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Shultz, Dr. and
Mrs. Hy Merlin. Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Argintar, Judge and Mrs,
Sam Silver. Mrs. Toby Fisher,
the Harold Ponls, Irving Gor-
don-. Joseph Orins. S. Lebows,
Joe Liebmans, David Silvers,
Sidney Goldstones, Ted Gulkis.
Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro and
manv. many more.
Greenfields Will
Be Honored
During late Friday evening ser-
vice at Temple Ner Tamid, Sam
Greenfield will be honored on the
occasion ot his 80th birthday.
Greenfield, who is chairman of
the Temple's Religious Committee,
is one of the founders of Ner Ta-
mid, and is still active in syna-
gogue, civic and philanthropic or-
ganizations.
The Greenfields, who have been
! in this community for a number
of years, will tender the Oneg
Shabbat.
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Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
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Home.
Guest speaker will be Judge Irv-
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Mrs. Helen Sparber is life mem-
bership chairman. Tribute will be
paid to all lite members.
At 2 p.m.. the monthly birthday
party sponsored by the auxiliary
Will follow. Mrs. Lawrence Silver-
man, auxiliary president, will give
the message of welcome. Special
tribute and honors will be paid to
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Schlossman.
of 6800 Indian Creek Dr.. who are
e< lebrating '.heir 59th wedding an-
niversary. The Schlossmans have
been visiting the area for 25 years
and are permanent residents for
the past 12 years.
Former residents from Roches
ter, N. Y.. Schlossman operated a
chain of ladies' shoe stores there.
They have three sons and one
daughter, who will all be here to
help celebrate the occasion.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky is program
chairman.
Elmer Horosony and his string
trio, accompanied at the piano by
Olga Bihar Stem, will present a
program of folk music. Stanley
Rosensweel. tenor, will be soloist.
Art Bruns is Host
For the tlth straight year. Art
Bruns will play host to orphaned,
sick and underprivileged young-
slers from the Kendall Home and
Crippled Children's Society in the
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CALIFORNIA HERE WE COME
Dorothy .i:.i1 Edwin Oppenheun wenl aver lo
ihe William l Brenners tor dinner the night be
o i lhe> l.'M lor Lm Angelas to attend the Bar
Mittvah of Doroth) s lister's youngest boy. Larrj
drh ing tlu y are going i
'n all the -i- San Francisco included The
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That ti.inan.-i spin in front of MoH) Mrs Soil
Silverinan at the Fontainetdeau entree shop was
net ban H belonged to Hn Bon Hammerman
Hie other guests aojeying the hospitalit) were
Mr and Mrs Nathan Nash. Kin Ma MtoehaSer
.ir> Charles Brown and Mr* Rone Roth
Ruth Johnson Berger, who {am returned from
.. mission to Israel, has been so buej thai afce
- I been able to get her eye glasses H
Maybe sho'D starl a new fa .< piece of yarn in-
tei ... side piece
ONE OF A SERIES
Harnei and Lawrem Singei entertained a
(reap of Meads at dinner ;.t their home, one in
.- af dinner patties ll'iy are having The
buffet was planned for inside because as Harriet
say* ys rains wb i she entertains A
delicious dinner roast beef, ot
hted the eon pany There was
nuch talk after dinner. an1 everyone listened to
the n. u Barbaaa Basatanad rceord that son.
Rick) had given to his parents for Chanuka
Among gueste were Dettj and Bob Maeht. UaseJ
and Han*} Lewis, Brna sad Morns Klas.-. Dotty
and Lou Leroberg, Ida and William Singer. Rich-
ard Haft that eligible bachelor who has returned
to Miami to live. Miriam and WtHiam Werntraub.
the Emil Goalds. Mr and Mrs Stanre; C Myers
and Mrs Naomi Sflveresan.
LEAVE THE DRIVING TO US
th and Stanley Segal and Bone and Wil-
liam Segal picked up then piefltli in a double
decker bus to take them lo Westview Country
Club's formal dinner danre. a Night in Paris
Rill .ited as barkens at the bus portable bar
ying the first Stage of the party were Mr.
and Mrs Ralph Shore. Mr and Mrs. John Owen.
Mr and Mrs Sam Bergman, of Chicago. Mr and
Mrs 1 W. Green, Mr and Mrs. Jack Young. Mr
and Mrs Robert Turchin. Dr. and Mrs Maxwell
Save'. Mr. and Mrs James Meyer Westview
was transformed into Paris for one night Bub-
bling fountains and flower carts were in evidence
as | real-looking gendarme threw wide the doors.
In the dining room, each t.'Me bore a name in-
stead of a number, such OS Maxims. I.e Louvre.
Rue de la Pai\ A white statuette filled with
flowers graced each table French cuisine, good
enterti ni and excellent dance music round-
ed out the evning. Spotted .-.' another table wire
the Herbert Paiges, the Lea M. Frankel-
th< V Millers and the Simeon Spears
Frances Lehman.
A white mink capelet will be the
grand prize of the Hebrew Acad-
emy Women at the next general
meeting of the organization.
The capelet was donated by
I K Btman, well known furrier
both here and in New York City.
A treasure cheat of prizes will also
l.i presented during the afternoon.
Mrs. Samuel Reinhard. chairman.
has reporte-l that money earned
through the project will be pre-
sented to thr Hebrew Academy's
Special scholarship fund, which
provides educational tuition and
materials for children attending
the school on scholarship.
The special fund is supported
by the Aca lemy Women's group
primarily through this project.
Serving on the committee with
Mrs Haan'iard are Mesdames Zvi
Beraer. Ado!: Blank. Jack Bathe-
baum. Albert Cohen. Abe Hofi
berg. Um, Lustig, Samuel
Mr. JPh Shap.ro. charL
.on and Morris WaiCn
Leonard is president.
Pythicms Plan
Children's Party
North Miami Bl M
Knights of Pythias w,ll hoSff
annual mterlaith children's J
on Sunday from 12 to pm. '
To be held in the I'nlftel jj
mg. No Mumi Beach for cJ
7lrT ''- ,he aftenwL
will bo devoted to games, Cont3
and refreshment:- '
In charge of the afternoon
Marvin Bernan. Irwin Wewu
and Joseph Abrahams
Justine Chapter Slates Speaker
in Sylvia Silvers, president.
me Chapter, American Jewish
an as, announces that guest
- eaker at the general meeting Of
t chapter at the home f Mrs
If B Kaplan. 3630 Flamingo
at 1 pm. Tuesday, will be
. as Simon, chairman of the le-
gj I panel. Florida Civil Liberties
I nioaV
vraon h..- received national rev-
lion as an attorney m the
-e of human right- The after
roon program will welcome new
members Mesdames Bella Apple
baum. June Brustein. Mollie Bush
man. Lillian R Cohen. S. Beve-
Rose Donowitz. Ruth Dni-
Anne Goldberg. Fay Gold-
Fay Goldman. Rose Green
Rose Kurland. Florence
Lederman, Esther Mae S. Red
-ton Ethel Shapiro. Tibby Smiley.
Shirley Spector. Ethel Spero. Har-
riet Stark. Anna Stein. Rose Stein
berg. Ronnie P Stern. Miriam
ooa.
ker.
'. erg,
berg,
Yernick. Sally \ emick. Ann Van
ich and Baas Zeigmund.
Reports will be made on the
Committee on the Radical Right
recently formed by the Governing
Council of the American Jewish
Congres-.
Officers of the Justine Chapter
are Mesdames Silvers, president;
Barbara Jonas and Ethel Wolk.
vice presidents. Gertrude Leiner.
treasurer: and Mollie Rudt. secre-
tary. Board members are Me*
dames Maurice Cahn. Harold Dru-
ker. Samuel Meiselman. Tobias
Simon. Irving Westin and Trudy
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Toys to gladden the hearts of children in
schools in krael are sent on their way on a
Zim Lines ship by Ship-a-Box volunteers of
National Council of Jewish Women's Greater
Miami Section. S'andinq (left to right) are
Mrs. Mel Forman, chairman of Ship-a-Box,
Shcres Division; Mrs. Joseph Fields, chairman.
:oek Division; Mrs. Samuel Polinsky,
resident of public affairs, Indian Greek
Z M 3. Stanford Mi'ler, chairman. South
3iv...on; Mrs. Philip Abel, chairman.
Beth Israel
Member Lunch
Slated Tuesday
Beth Israel Congregation Sister-
hood is having its annual member.
ship luncheon on Tuesday, it a.in..
at Waldman'i Hotel.
A fashion show by Burdine's wil
I follow, with professional models
lisplaying the clothes from Bur-
line's. Added attraction will be
Drama in Jewelry."
Co chairmen of the affair are
Mrs. Maurice Goldring and Mrs.
Corinne Moikovitz. Mrs. Bernard
Bostocky is Sisterhood president.
All monies raised "ill be chan-
neled in the building fund toward
the new sanctuary to be erected
on Chase Ave.
Coral Gables Division; Mrs. Robert S. Gold-
berg, chairman, Evening Division; Mrs. Ethel
Go'dst^in, co-chairman, Lincoln Division; Mrs.
Sybil Morgan, Shores Division. Seated (ex-
treme left) are Mrs. Jack Kardon, chairman for
Section of Ship-a-Box program: and Mrs. Theo-
dore Berman, vice president of public affairs
for Section. The annual project is held in co-
operation with the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion and local Jewish schools.
B'nai B'rith Women Hold Variety
Of Programs Here Through December
Mrs Max Kern, president, Mi-
kirn Beach Council. B'nai B'rith
Borneo, announces the following
|(hiipter meetings for December.
Chai Chapter met Tuesday eve
n ng at the Deauville Hotel. Guest
ipeaker was Dr. Donald Michael-
taa. director. Hillel House at the
University of Miami. Randy Fuhr,
rtudent Hillel cantor, presented a
I'hanuka program. Refreshments
ere served. President is Mrs. I
Ruth Corey.

Freedom Chapter met Thursday
morning, Dec. 10. at the Deauville
Hotel for its annual luncheon.
Broadway show, "Two for the See-
Gershwin Ladies
Plan Cruise Here
On Israel's 'Bilu'
Major fund raising event this
car of the Ladies' Auxiliary of
Ike uiorge Gershwin Lodge will
lake Ihe form of a three-day cruise
lo Nassau and Preeport on the
leu -hip. Bilu, leaving Miami
Beach on Friday, Dec. 25, at 5
Ml., and returning on Monday.
Dec. 2, at 8 a.m.
A planned program of activities
ihoaid shin, plus the opportunity
go -hopping and sightseeing
hile (he ship is in both ports, will
provide for a memorable three
days, according to Mrs. Murray
Mreiff, chairman.
Proceeds will be donated by the
axillary to two deserving local
community organizations, voted
1 -pon by the general membership.
saw," was shown. Chairman was
Mrs. Esther Rosen. Mrs. Harold
hulkiii is president.
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Harmony Chapter will meet on
Tuesday evening at the Chase Fed-
eral, 41st St. and Sheridan Ave.
.Mrs. Jack Dernis is president.
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Dr. Donald Michelson, director
of Hillel at the University of Mi-
ami, was guest speaker at the Tues-
day noon meeting of Hatikvah
Chapter held at the Morton Towers
Restaurant.
Mrs. William Gerstman, Council
Adult Jewish Education chairman, |
announces that the first meeting j
of the study group is slated for;
8 p.m., on Tuesday, at the home of!
Mrs. Eva Kardon. Mrs. Pat Sum
mers, co-chairman of the South
I Florida Anti-Defamation Council, i
will present "Dolls for Democ-
racy."
Mrs. Leah I'dell will offer a read-
ing of several of her original
' poems, and Mrs. Ethel Hasen will j
offer selections on the accordion. |
President is Mrs. Cecik G. Kluger.
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All new members of Miami Beach
Chapter rec( ived golden Menorah ,
p:ns at a paid-up membership tea
on Tuesday noon at the Deauville,
Hotel. Mrs. Vetta Schulman pre
sented a program of songs, and a
film on the New York World's
Fair was shown. Mrs. Jack August
chaired the afternoon. Mrs. Sally
Fisher is president.
North Shore Chapter has sched-
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Friday, December IS

WOMAN OF THE WEEK
ria Mantell. with a little smile, insists I I
began and got to be great fun in 1950 That was the
year she ru married to Norton Pallot Gloria i\ed in
Miami all her life, her folks being era She
from the '. niversitj w\ n she was
N s Elerr entary S< that ol her
- Roxane Pallot's mother, an date for her
Norton. Three months later tiio were married.
For a hard-headed busines N rti n is q lite a ro-
ll'-'- and a velvet I x with W'oolworth's
- in an engagement and v.. : ring were replaced
i -in with i and a
real Norton in-
sists that be scved his w fe from
being an old maid school teacher.
All you need > one look at attrac-
tive Mrs Pi iioi. and you know
that this was impossible
Gloria says that being married
to Norton and understanding the
nderful kind of man she mar-
is a full-time career for her.
Three children keep Gloria busy in
the role of m ther Steven, aurie
and Johnny. It has also kepi her
busj in bein ; Cub Park lei
a Den Mother a Bn nie l< i
and .. PT i R m Mother.
Ev rj Mi laj she works at
rj Children's Hospital Since she ha> been active in
Suburban League for Variety, she has taker, first aid
rses, worked as a nurse's aid, at t > cal therapy, as well. She belongs to Beth Am Sisterho
and was a charter member of the Mental Health Lea)
for Emotionally Disturbed Children, a long other organiza-
tions. Because of her teacher's training, she has a lot of
ence and is < tcellent with children, teaching and arts
and crafts.
Quiet entertaining at home and stimulating conversa-
tion are part el the Pallots' waj oi life. They belong to a
group of twelve who meet at each ether's houses for din-
ner. Gloria makes a very special cheese soutfle and a
bouillabaisse that is excellent. Gloria can also bowl and
is about to take up golf. Last summer, they took the chil-
dren to the World's Fair and enjoyed every minute of see-
ing the Statue of Liberty, the Kennedy Menu rial. Williams-
burg, and the rest of the high points of interest.
Norton, as president of Norton Tire Co.. and very active
in community affairs, still finds time to be witty, generous,
thoughful and terribly romantic, according to Gloria Nor-
ton is an intense person, never wasting a minute. His re-
laxation, according to his wife, is to go tc meetings. He. as
well as Gloria, enjoys meeting people of all types.
The Pallots have just returned from St. Louis, where
they attended the General Assembly of the Council of Jew
ish Federations and Welfare Funds Gloria sat on the side-
lines, her heart bursting with pride and happiness, as she
watched her husband receive a citation as winner of the
Presidents Leadership Award of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
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Phyllis E. Shulman. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Martin .1. Shulman.
Syracuse. N. Y., and Dr. Stanley
11. Salzman on Sunday, Dec. 13.
Reception and dinner in the Gigi
Room of the hotel followed the
evening ceremony performed by
Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
Wearing silk organza gown
fashioned with front lace applique-.
lace bodice and short sleeves, the
bride had her sister, Mrs. Irwin
M Potash, as maid of honor and
Mrs Robert T. Salzman, Mrs. Ar-
thur L. Shoraga and Mrs K. Rob-
ert Cohen, bridesmaids. Flower
was .'ill Potash, and ring-
rer, .letf Potash.
Dr. Robert Saltmal, the bride-
om's brother, served as oest
11 n. and ushers included Arthur
Shoraga, Dr Irwin M. Potash and
N'orman Shulman, the bride's
her.
Now teaching third grade at
Everglades Elementary, the for-
mer Miss Shulman graduated from
Nottingham High in Syracuse and
e. rned a BS in education at Syra
cuse University, she is a member
of Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority.
The bridegroom is a graduate of
the University of Miami and Chi-
i Medical School. He interned
Jackson Memorial Hospital and
i- now in private practice js a phy-
sician. He i- the son of Mrs. Mary
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U i n.-i -Kahn
MRS. sr/.'Jttr SAIZMAU
Salzman. 1500 Bay Rd.. and the
late Murray Salzman.
Following j Jamaica honeymoon.
Dr. and Mrs. Salzman will live at
8525 SW 104th St.
Marilyn Rudnick
Is Bride of
Stanley Jackson
Marilyn lane Rudnick. of 7-10
Madeira Avc. Coral Gable-, be-
ci me the bride of Stanlej ll Jack-
son, i6n Pennsylvania Ave., Mi-
Beach, Saturday night -' the
Doral Beach Hotel.
Daughter oi Mrs. Benjamin Rud-
nick and the late Dr. Rudnick. the
bride is ;i graduate of Miami Sen-
ior High School and attended the
I uversity of Florida. She will en-
roll in Jackson Memorial Hospital
School of Laboratory Technicians
in January.
The groom, son of Mrs. Sarah G.
Jackson and the late Mr. Sam
Jackson, is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Florida. He is an ac-
count representative with Moody
Kepner Associates, Inc.. of Miami.
Mrs. Leslie Silverman served as
her sister's matron of honor. Best
man was Steven Schultz. Ushers
were Leslie Silverman and Marvin
Sheldon, the groom's brother-in-
law. The bride's niece and nephew.
Susan and Jay Silverman, served
as flower girl and ring bearer, as
did the groom's niece and nephew.
Barbara and Steven Sheldon.
Officiating at the double ring
ceremony was Dr. Heszel Klepfisz,
: of Panama City, Panama, the
i groom s uncle.
The bride wore a gown of peau
vl bbbbbbbK. ^Jf aaak
A ^al aim.
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MfS. S1AKIIY JACKSON
de soie with a train of chantiUy
lace.
Following a honeymoon to Ja-
maica, the newlyweds will live at
915 Palermo St.. Coral Gables.
'Tea Dansanf
Set tor Sunday
Inrit'.lmn^ .- *
Invitations to
have been sent out
Brenner Meyers
,Pa dansand
J Ann
the ]
dies come-ol-age ho m ',
suited at the 1964 vml
Ball on Saturday e,
at the Pontainebleau H
Mrs. Meyers, tn lition
hostess ot the ball. who
selected t recehe th.
Award ia hosting the reci '
lh debutantes th
the young ladies
year, and their es
afternoon, hetwe.
the Louis I'hillii .J
Fontamebleau H I
Courshors Atten<
Library Meeting
Mr. and Mrs \rthm ..
shon, Daytoma R
attended a t.ii m
i. es ol the h
morial Libr; rj -
Pierre Hotel in \i >
The Courshoi -
al invitation Iron J
Kennedy requi that I J
shoos make ever) ittend
In addition to j
chairman for the Flor: .., Fund
drive. Courshon i lairnui]
of the board ol Was lingl n pe
eral Savin-, and I
and Jeffers m \.
Beth Am Ladies1
Annual Luncheon
Sisterh......
tp nsored
fashion sho
torium on
\ smor:
served, chaired Mrs, Marsha
I euer. Fash ons Mr "C
i i Dadeland ;
\ia Sohnen.
Mrs. Jei
the adult dai ce c.'a.-s I
v hich will Marl a -i short
l> Mrs. Norman
appointed cha f ti
- ns to he given in Salva I v Park
in Coral Gabies
Mrs. Richard Alper, cha.rmanof
the Sisterhood, announces that all
proceeds of the luncheon will be
alloted to the Biblical Gardens on
the grounds of th( Temple.
Hadassah Leader
Speaks on Beach
Miami Beach ( hapter of Hadas-
sah heard Mrs. High Salpeterapeak
at a culmination membership rally
at the Deauville Hotel last week.
National membership chairman
of Hadassah. Mrs. Salpeter w
delegate to the Wi t d Zionul I0*
gressei in i"5;
Births In
Greater Miami
Rabbi and Mrs. Hershel (Alma1
Lrooks announce the birth of their
first child, Sharna. named during
recent Saturday services at Temple
Zamora. Rabbi Brooks is spiritual
lender of the Temple.
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December 18. 1964
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and sold brocade, the matching
stole w ;is lined in pink peau de
soie,
CILVER icy -;itin was Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyer's choice
i"i- the evening. Her deeply
scooped neckline was trimmed
with ice pink velvet flowers. The
classic sheath silhouette in tail-
ored white silk brocade was worn
l>j Mrs. Harold Aronson. White
chiffon with radiating lines on
the bodice was worn bv Mrs
Milton Weiss. Crystal tear drops
were appliqucd on the bodice,
and a In1! length pink peau de
soie coat topped her gown.
lee pink satin covered with
looped fringes of pink caviar
beads was worn by Mrs. Andrew
II. Blass. Mrs. Morris Lands-
burgh's yeliow-ribbed silk otto-
man featured a double-breasted
jacket. Reembroidered alencon
lace created the bodice of her
gown and was used to line and
face her tailored jacket.
MOUNT S.nai Hospital of Great.
, r Miami held its fourth an-
nual jubilee Ball on Saturday
at the Fontainebleau
Id rhe black and white c ilor
i. chosen by Mrs. Rob-
i e< n, and she carried out
chenie in her go I n
"I white satin with a
jack Ivel front. Hosting the
p ii ty, Mrs. Saul Silver-
u rried through with
ho i' decor in her gown,
ili. is white satin u n!i grey
designs in the coupe de
and a matching full-
i it,
1 .11 was entirely formal.
;owns, furs and Jewels
Iributed to the elegance ol
Ihe evening. Guests had tables
ed to them during the cock-
irty and moved to the same
imbers for dinner. The
Ballroom was beautifully
Ii l with white flower
on each table.
Mrs Jerome Rado's white-se-
gOVi n had a mail
ength jacket. The oriental
e v as seen in the high
ie and gold sequin pattern
he hemline ol her jacket
eath. Mrs Prances Linn
i lack --ilk matellasse with
ii hing three-quarter-length
White chiffon was worn by
Mrs lacob Neber. Her Swiss eye-
rlli bodice was covered with
rystal tear drops and caviar
V' I.any Singer's black
knit l- a bib of gold bugle
c.iil- iround the neckline and
:*1 r 1 caviar beads scattered over
Ihe sheath, Mrs. Aaron Farr wore
shocking pink satin with a jewel
dice and a matching stole.
'> $ $
A magnificent white satin gown
** was worn by Mrs. William
W< intraub. Silver-lined crystals
ami seed pearls were embroider-
ed :nto floral motifs. Mrs. Fred
Lee Goldberg's white floral bro-
( ide had .. high scooped neck-
line and I.,up,re waistline. Black
cut velvet v ith jewel lone How
ers in an over-all print was the
choice of Urs Abe Taylcn\ Mrs.
Jack Bmmer's pink satin gown
was a Mister Wyalt"original em-
troidered with pearls and rhine-
stones on Ihe fitted bodice. Ivorj
satin with clear crystal beads
complete!} cover ng her bodice
was the selection ol Mrs. E \i
hert Pailot. Oversized ivory-col-
ored rliiiK tones dotted the bod
ice.
Wife of Mount Sinai's presi
dent, Mrs. Leonard Abes-, greet'
(d guest> going through the re-
ceiving line. She wore an ice blue
satin with vertical panels Of
chantilly lace, Her skirt followed
;. modified "A" line silhouette,
Vfrs Seymour L. Alterman chose
a mink linen stole that matched
her brown corduroy gown. Wile
of the University of Miami's
president, Mrs. Henry King Stan-
lord, was in a deep shade of
pink with a long Mowing chiffon
cape. Mrj. Carl Weinkle's tur-
quoise satin gown was hand-em-
lered :n silyer lame in Paris,
Her sheath was worn with a
matching cutaway Jacket.
Mrs Seymour Ruben's white
brocade ensemble was a Galinos
Original created for the ball.
Crystal beads, tear drops and
pearls wen- heavih encrusted at
Ihe flared hemline of her skirt.
A matching three-quarter-length
coat had the same beading on the
sleeves, with iridescent sequins
covering the oversize buttons.
Mrs. Ralph Kaplan wore a shock
ing pink -atin gown from Paris
with delicate and unusual em-
broidery on the bodice. Pink
(eather~ were sewn to the gown
and then embroidered with sil
\er beads. Another pink ensem-
ble from Paris was chosen by
Mrs. Raymond Rubin. In pink
ruary weddin
Bcslser, Channing Engagement Told
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer i.. Balser, The bride-to-be attended the Uni-
pl Atlanta, <;.-,.. have announced v.Mtv 0| Pennsylvania and plans
the engagement ol their daughter. ,.
Ellen Marc... to Joel Baer Chan- '" """PloU- her studies at the 1 Di-
ning, >on Ol Mr. and Mrs. Jules P. versity ol Miami.
banning, ol Miami Beach. Her grandparents are Mrs. Harrj
Plans have been made for a Fcb stone and (he late Mr. Stone, of
~' Atlanta, and (he late Mr. and Mrs.
EHBB Joseph l!al-er. of Atlanta.
Mr Charming was graduated
com laude from the University ol
Florida, School ol Architecture;
attended Massachusetts Institute
I Technology, Graduate School of
Architecture: and is presently pur-
suing ins Master's degree in civil
engineering at the University of
Miami.
lie is associated with the firm
of Jules P. Channing Associates.
irchilects and engineers.
llis grandparents are .Mrs. Jack
Spund and (he late Mr. Spund, of
Washington, i> C, and Miami
Beach, and Mr. Gershon Channing
and the late Mrs, Channing, of
.\i u Y.uk.
PIGCY CUB
Miss Gelb Will
Wed in March
Mrs. Violel Gelb, 810 Paradiso
Ave., Cora! Gables, and Monrtx
Gelb. Miami attorney, announci
the engagement ol their daughter.
Peggy Rose, to David K. Resnick
son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Ri -
nick, of Jamaica. L. I.. N. Y.
Miss Gelb. a graduate of Cora
Gables High School, is a senior at
New York University, majoring in
psychology
Her fiance, a graduate of MIT
is a PhD candidate in mathemal
ical statistics at Columbia Univer-
sity in New York.
A larch wedding is planned.
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Friday. December 16, 1964
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
She s Off and Trotting Today
They're off and
running oops
Hotting, that
i>. .,1 tin' Pom-
Raceway on
Dec. 17, And sit-
t i n g in the
feverish-
urging her entry on. will be
ness racing's mosl avid and
i yal atlcionada, Lillian Perl-
man
Miamiar- will recall that for
many years Lillian Perlman's
name was synonymous with Ha-
daasah and fund-raising. For two
\ears, she was fund-raising vice
president and then organizational
\ ice president for Hadassah. She
also organised a group in Mor-
ton Tower-. Then an attractive
man, Many Cohen, entered her
lite, and through him she was di-
verted to the world ol racing and
horse-raising.
Now >he is a partner with Mar-
ty Cohen in Perlco Stables, which
iwns forty horse.- and actively
race< fifteen to twenty horses.
They have one driver who is also
a trainer.
Racing Fascinating
"I've been in harness racing
for five years now.' said Lillian
Perlman," and I find everything
about it fascinating There's a
tremendous sense of life around
a track. Once I was a school
teacher. a:i was an individual, so each horse
has its own personality. It's ex-
citing to see a horse come on.
My first horse knows me. and
when I call John Michael, he
conies a'running. Some horses are
mere stout-hearted than others,
some have temperaments that
It's a long winding road from
Hadassah to horses, but Lillian
Perlman's thoughts are still with
Jewish concerns. "Why," she
said, "we even have a Jewish
driver at 1 he track. On his shirt
is a star. The colors he wears
are white and blue. What else?"
Noting that more
people are attracted t,
ness racing business, a
lest her Miami friends
a false start. Mr- lv
gests that she be con
the inside facts ol who
what's what in harm
MMl morel
' the har-L
I lea null
,et off to
nan sug.l
Uetod lor)
who ana f
racing
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Striper at Memorial Hospital in |
lloll.vwood, who is also outstand-
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Beth Sholem. has received a merit
award from the Dairy Council of
South Florida.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Rubinstein, of 29 SE 15th
St.. Dania, some day hopes to be
in the medical field. She is a jun-
lor in South Broward High School
and past president of Future
Teachers of America.
The Dairy Council has a contin-
uing program to honor meritorious
joung people in Broward County.
are tricky, some inherit tenden-
cies. But they want to race. You
can tell "
Harness racing started at Coun-
ty Fairs. The farmers wagered
between themselves as to who
had the best horse. They took
pride in their horses and raced
them for a prize. N'ow harness
racing is regarded as the largest
growing sport in the country.
Women especially become devo-
tees because it is so colorful and
because there is constant activity
to view in the warm-up periods.
The people involved in harness
racing are generally the folksy
type, tne homespun blend who
find not only lucre but fun in
racing.
Long Road
"There is no particular type
who comes to the track."' said
Mrs. Penman. "1 like to sit in
the stands and mingle with the
people, and there 1 meet little
old ladies who know the history
of each horse racing. I talk to
men in wheel chairs and club
women and people of all shapes,
sizes and backgrounds."
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Fridc}. December 18. 1964
*Jenlsti fbrief far
Look.- g over musical selections for the Temple Menorah an-
nuc. oncert on Dec. 20 are (left to right) Sam Schiffman,
chairman, Cantor Edward Klein and Eli Samuels, director of
the choir.
Chanuka Party
For Veterans
,ltu : War Veteran* Post- and
their Ladies' Auxiliaries spon.-oied
a Chanuka party at the VA Hos-
pital hen last week.
Ever] patient in the hospita
I as \ ed to attend the event.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, of Temple
Zion. i'l ..plain, opened the pro-
-jni by explaining the significance
oi the holiday, as well as of the
neaorah. Also speaking were the
Catholic and Protestant chaplains,
and rr embers of the Temple Zion
choir '..-.g.
Rein shments uere served, with
gifts distributed to every one of
the nearly 500 patients, saying
'Happy Chamika."
tffUIAJN CUNTHIR
Emanu-EI Youth Attend Services
Confirmation Department. Junior
and Si ni r Chapters of the United
Synagogue Youth of Temple
Emanu-EI, will attend Sabhath
services in the main sanctuary
with Hi" adult congregation on
S aj.
i i ng services, the young
i u.il adjourn t<> Sirkin Hall
tor ai One- Shabbat luncheon.
I'r lriiny Lchrman will deliver
rmal m< ssage at the lunch
; eon on "Signiticance of the Sab-
bath in Our Everyday Lives." The
monthly luncheons are part of the
i extended youth activities program
of the Temple sponsored by the
Youth Commission under the chair-
manship oc Mrs. Murry Maisel.
i Monthly bssembly of the Con-
firmation Department will he con-
ducted Sunday noon at the North
Branch Building, 77th St. and
Dickens Ave.
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Israel Cavalcade
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on Sund i; evening, Dec. l'7. out-
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'sical perlormcrs oi Israel will
be brought to the Miami Beach
Audil irium igain tor a one-evening
performance o( the "Israel Caval-
cade ni stars 1961."
This will I),. t|. sixtn annual
c .i alcadc oresented by the Great-
er Miami Districts of the Zionist
Orgi nication ol America, it will
be the onlj performance of these
artists in Gieater Miami, accord-
ini to AI Sherman, chairman of
the event.
The popular-priced concert,
which is open to the public, will
be geared for American audi-
ences and present outstanding
Israeli numbers, as well as Yid-
dish, English and international
favorites. Proceeds of the Cav-
alcade have been earmarked for
he work of the Greater Miami
Zior.ist Youih Commission.
The cm mission sponsor- the
Young and Senior Judaea move-
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Judaea, maintained by the ZOA
and Hadassah in Hendersonville,
N C
Heading Ihe classical entertain-
ers at the Cavalcade will be Wil-
liam Gunther, exciting new record-
ing pianist. (lunthcr. who was
raised and educated in Israel, has
moved rapidly into the sphere of
stardom since playing the Israeli
premiere of Gershwin's Piano Con-
certo in F with the Israel Philhar-
monic Orchestra, and the world
premiere of Ellstein's Ncgev Con-
certo, with members of the Phila-
delphia Orchestra.
He Is a member of the noted
Original Piano Quartet and has
concertized with Jan Peerce. Lotte
I.enya. and other great artists of
stage and screen.
Also appearing at the Cavalcade
will be one of Israel's outstanding
musical comedy stars who per-
forms in ten languages, a noted
Sabra folk-singer and song-stylist
with an electronic accordion, in-
ternationally known dancers, and
a popular American comedian
who will he master of ceremonies.
Abe Rubin is ticket chairman.
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+Jenlsi> fhrMtntn
Friday, December 18, 1954
I
Teen-Agers Feel They are Growing Up
Faster Than They Wish in Today's World
Adult authorities, including par-
. .-m managing .1 worn? that
- and encourages youth to
u up faster than their elders
-. sh, according to the findings ol
tea attending several
related workshops at the llth an-
ti 1 ge conclave of the YM-
YWHA of Greater Miami. One ses
- 0, dealing with 'Teen Rights
md Parents' Rights" d ecided
hat
Although societj ten Is I hold
ren responsible for the behav-
or of their teen-age children, the
lould be responsible them-
es
Parents should have the right
to approve -.isU rules for teen
havior, but teens must have
Blue Star Camps Programs in '65
Three unique programming tea
turas for the 1965 season ol Blue
S r Camps. Hendersonville. N.C..
include a one-month Creative Arts
Center for girls and boys special-
izing in dar.ee. drama and art. a
t\ o-u eek pre-season Southern
Basketball Camp and clinic for
boys in junior high and high school
and a seek-long Israeli Folk Dance
Workshop conducted by Fred Berk.
New York City
Flans for these college students
. nd adults, ir. addition to the regu-
lar season for boy> and girls from
7 to 17. were announced by Her-
t .an and Harry Popkin. co-found-
- and co-directors, on the eve of
t tir annual Greater Miami get-
I .ethers to be held for parents
d campers in the South Florida
i .i
Formerly known as the lit Pin-
naclc Dance Camp, the Creative
KltM Center will feature for its
seventh season out.-tanding in-
structors and faculty in the area
"l dance (ballet, modern and jazz).
ma (acting, stagecraft, make-
up and costuming) and art (water
color, ceramics, sculptoring. draw-
ing, and oils). Dates for the month-
long program for girls and boys
are July 22 to Aug. 17.
Zionists to Tour
On New Bilu
Abraham Grunhut. of Miami
Beach, tourism chairman of the
Southeast Region of the Zioni-t
.inization of America, has an-
iio need that the South Florida
Districts will sponsor a three-day
Nassau and Freeport Cruise on the
M V Buu on Jan. 8 to 11.
The new Israel flagship, which
. :. completed less than eight
months ago. and which has just
Ic its first transatlantic cross-
ing, will leave from Miami Beach
m Friday afternoon. Jan. 8. and
vill return to Miami Beach Mon
la; morning. Jan. 11.
During the stay in Nassau and
Freeport, the ship will be used
:>s a hotel, and there will be organ-
ic d sightseeing and many special
-i" lal activities
This will be the fourth annual
cruise sponsored by the ZOA dis-
tricts of South Florida, and it is
pen to the general public.
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For writing comfort and
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Full choice of point
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Perfect for home
I or office
The Basketball Camp, directed
by Ed Jackol. Coach Whack" Hy-
der. of Georgia Tech. Roger Gai-
ter, all-Amorican. and Coach Bob
by Wilder. <'f Mercer University,
feature two weeks. June 8 to 22.
of intensive training in basketball
skills and body building. This will
be the second season for this spe-
cialized program.
Fred Berks Israeli Folk Dance
Workshop, to be conducted from
June 11 to 18. is open to college
-tudents and adults interested in
hlk dancins. No formal prerequi-
siies are necessary. Emphasis is
placed on how to teach to groups.
Participants may sponsor them
selves, or an organization or group
may send any member or mem-
bers to the workshop.
Additional information about
these programs, as well as the reg-
iilar camping seasons, may be ob-
tained by writing to Blue Star's
full-time winter offices in Atlan-
ta Ga.. 1100 Crescent Ave.. NE.
or by contacting one of the follow
ing local representatives: Mrs
Harry Rosen. 230 Shore Dr.. East.
Miami: Harry Kaplan, 1536 Plun-
kett St.. Hollywood: and Mrs. Ber-
nard Sutta. 1335 Sorollia Ave..
Coral Gables.
their own prerogatives in how to,
carry out these rules.
If teens violate parental rules,
they should be punished by some
restrictions; otherwise the par
ents' authority is meaningless. The
punishment >hou!d "fit the crime."
Ir. choosing friends, career and
college, one's general upbringing
.. iM h.r. n important effect.
However, while parents should
i elect I the choice of
college an.I career, they -hould not
become at 11 involved in the m
lection of friends.
Taunts >huid have the right
10 know the general whereabouts
of their teens, but cannot expect
11 have a detailed accounting.
When raising teen-agers, par-
privacy for themselves in the home
Mine it i> natural for friends to
he coming and going and for cer-
tain noisy activities to be taking
place.
In the wo-kshop on the 'World
of Adult Authority." the following
conclusions were reported:
The fact that a minor can be
sent to a detention home shows
that the minor is held responsible
rather than the parent.
This re-ponsibility is proper
because teens are allowed to drive.
Insurance Exec
To be Speaker
Henry Gilbert, life insurance
analyst and a member of the Mil
lion Dollar Round Table for 17
con.-ecutiv? years, will speak at a
meeting of local insurance execu-
tives on Friday, 9 am, at the
Everglades Hotel.
Other cuest speakers will include
Evan Miller, of Montpelier. Vi-
and Paul Rothkrug. of New York
City.
Mayor Robert King High will be
guest of honor at the seminar.
to leave sch->ol at sixteen, and to
enlist in military' service at seven-
teen. Parents may be held morally
aicountable for some teen behav-
ior because they set poor exam-
but the real responsibility
belongs to the teen-ager.
Proposals to raise the driving
age from 16 to 13 are unworkable.
ause <>f inadequate tran-porta-
lion facilities other than the auto-
mobile.
The law should not permit the
sale of alcohol to teens, but the
present law is broken all the time
and drinking is widespread. Par-
ents now a days generally permit
their teen-agers to drink in the
home. This may not be a good sit-
uation but it is the reality
Sex standards for teenj a
adults should be different becatual
teens can be overwhelmed bj ih,'r[
emotions. Tuo much sex lal tret I
dom for teen-agera carries manvl
dangers, including too earl) mar-l
e and parenthood m ,,' und(,1
nable ciriumstances
'lhe adult world im
lie gambli 1. an I
iccn~ to lake pan No 011 appears!
t to regard ambling as an eviul
it is not likely that teens :11 looJcl
upon it this way either
Adult authorities tn
lie delinquents too lenientl)
delinquents hide behind their agel
and seek to avoid responsibilm I
Teens need and want more adult I
controls.
It looks like drama but it's comedy, and it involves the struq-
gle by Prof. Henry Higqins, played by Rex Harrison, to reform
Eliza Doolittle. a London slum girl portrayed by Audrey Hep-
burn, and make her a beautiful, well-spoken ledv. Wilfrid
Hyde-White, looking on, enjoys their battle. The scene is a
high moment from "My Fair Lady." the big Warner Bros, en
tertainment now at the Lincoln Theatre.
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December 18, 1964
+Jenisti thiradliicTin
Page 13-B
at
the eighth grade at
lunior llinh. His hobbies
bowling and base-
Alan Zangen
nr Irving Lehnnon will off!
Bar Mitzvah "i Men,
I .iii.i Mr- Joseph Zen-
lay, Dec iJ, at Tom
E
II '
inclu'lr
I
^jan mdparente, Mr. and
I Peltz, of Miami Beach.
I jikI his grandmother, Mn. Ida
l New York, will at-
I
The i lebranl "ill be honored al
Sundaj .it the Wald-
r.-n ll<
* *
Susan Cavell
lail daognter .if Mr, and
( ,a ell. 17900 NE loth
Miami Beach, will oh-
I Rrve VHtZVab dun:;'.: 1'ii
ierviees, Dec is. at
'i Con n. Rabbi
tfj Will :,;i
jiiil trom the Beth
brew School and is now
her education in the
-: m ilion cl.i-
,'i the synagi gue youth
:! -erves a correspond-
11,200 Honor
IGerstein Here
i l'^i) person^ met Pridaj
icciation luncheon" in
Plaza Hotel to honor
romey Richard E. Ger-
i retarj for the TNT Club,
and the Junior USY,
She ,- an eighth grade student
.I Ji hn l- Kenned] Junior
ii present!}

"I
Hi.
11 m.
|
!
>i Dade Count). Hi-
Beach, i oral Gables,
Miami Beach and vice
Miami presented Ger-
ih testimonials citing Ger-
hi< law enforcemenl ac-
re since his election in
Presented to Gerstein by au-
ir-orco'umnist Jim Bishop on be-
txalt o* the audience was a four-
- trip to Spain, France, Italy
and Israel.
also received other
ling records and a
i trom members oi the
ey's staff,
; ceremonies at the
- Larry King, i
:\ bbi Joi eph R Narot,
c Israel, offered the in-
n i lied the function "oi e
-> days in my life "
Dc Have
W Ahead

<
Do Tracl
, oul for them
rthi Marathon Cham
a member of the Fu-
of America, on the
-i..ii "i the school neu ipaper,
"Tropic Topics," and is u student
office as slant.
Mi < avell is secretary of the
la Regi m, Men's club of the
i mud Synagogue ol America. He
i- a member Of the Hoard of I)i-
rectors oi the Hebrew Academy,
\ t 111r vice president ol the
Beth Torah Congregation, he has
( rved five years as secretary ol
iuthi .1-' Ri gion ol the United
ue.
K lush \ li follow the service,
. reception will be held in the
ling at he DiLldo Hotel.
Stuart Zuckerman
Mr and Mrs. ir
"m Zuckerman, 1145 101st SI
will be Bar Mil/- ;
lire [9, al
T mpli Menor ibbJ Mayer
z hiil officiate, and
Cantoi i Kaftn wilpe
I he e; ndle'.i litim? (eierrjony.
smart is a student of the e
ligious school of Temple Menorah
and attends Nautilus Junior High,
'.'.here he is an eighth grade stu
dent.
Pinner receptiojj in Stuart's hon-
or .'ill be held Saturday evening
ai the Seville Hotel.
Kenny Sherman
K< nnj Sh rman ill celebrate
hi Bar Mitzvah party at 7 p.m.,
Saturday, Dec, 19. in the Diplomat
I ountry Club's Calcutta jionm. He
is the son ol Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Sherman. 900 Adams St., Holly-
V OOd,
Bar Mitzvah ceremony will be
held at Temple Beth El, with Dr.
i | /.. jaffe officiating.
Howard Bkmberg
Rabbi Eliezer A. Levi and Can
tor William W. l.ipson will offici-
ate al services on Saturday morn-,
ing, Dec. 19, in Beth David Syna-
ie when Howard Keith, soil Ol
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Blumberg,
3534 E, Glencoe si will be Bar
Mitzvah
Howar! attends eighth grade in
- i nandoah Junior High, where
plays trumpet in the concert
!. .. spelling bee cham-
in grades four through seven,
;- model car-.
The B are celebrating
ard's I i-lhdaj and Bar Mitz-
on the same day with a re
ie Napoleon Room ol
i Hotel
. is Mr. and Mrs
and Mr. and
- m Reibi I will be pn -
I


Susan Cavell
Alan Zangen
Howard Blumberg
tileen Kaplan
Michael Wolf
Michael is a student at Kinloch
Park Junior High School.
Rabbi Allied Waxman will offi-
ciate during services at Temple
Zion.
bi Samuel April officiating. Robert
i-- a seventh grade student
Rockway Junior High.
He plays trumpet in the school
band, and he is interested in elec-
tronics.
Grandparents who will honor
Robert at his Bar Mitzvah are Dr.
nd Mrs. Nathan Redstone. Buffa-
lo, \'.Y and Mrs. Harry Fox.
.Miami.
an
bi seball and football player.
Dr. and Mrs. Redstone will host
Sandy Langner
Sandy, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
vin Langner, not NE 169th Ter.,
bserve his Bar Mitzvah on
irdav, Dec. 19, at Beth Torah
Congregation, .i",'-"i"i" ,"'"' 'A*7 ",''
t'>e hiddush on Saturday morning *
Rabbi Max A Lipschltz will pre- following services. Reception will ?
senl him with a Bible on behalf be held at the Seville Hotel Sat- *
ol the VIollie Kahaner Sisterhood urdaj even
Canto r ". n Zion Kirschenbaum
will assist nl the ceremony.
Sandy is a mem! fifth
class, and has
; n officer oi the Student
Congregati
. 9, at Ahavat Shalom will include
at the Bar Mitzvah ot Stephen Josel
Parsons.
Son of Mr. and Mrs Robert Par-
sons, the celebrant is in the eighth
grade at Riviera Junior High and
plays drum in the school band.
lie is aiso an accomplished ac-
accordionist and an outstanding
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Robert Redstone
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In Dade *
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Member Miami and Miami Beach Board of Realtors
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pcrfoi nances mdii a
shattered again.
i finale1 of this racing
vill be the running of the
internal onally-famoua Biscayne
n Des. ?3.
Jegcl is Speaker Here
Eileen Kaplan
Dr Ii Lchrman will
:..:- ilitzvah al I
. ol Mr and Mi Lewis
; on Saturday, Dec. 19, at
lc Em inu-El.
Eileen is in the eighth grade at
Nautilus Junior lliyh. She is a pi-
and a member of the Future
Teachers of America.
Jacob Kaplan, E.'--en-s grand-
father, of Boston, Mass., will be
here for the occasion.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception Saturday evening at
Wolf
son of
I Segal, planning consult
ant ol the Welfare Planning Coun- her home. ^ (
C|l of Dide County, was to discuss
1 ounty's Social. Health and M.cnaei
Welfare Needs" at the next meet- Michael Allan, son of Mr. and i
the Executive Club of Mi- Mrs. Cornell Wolf. 4430 SW 1st St..
mi Beach on Thursday at the Em- will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
h(r- Reseaurant. i morning, Dec. 19.
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Extends a Cordial Invitation to All Campers,
Former Campers, Staff and Friends to attend the
ANNUAL GET-TOGETHER
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at the
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Him of last year's program will be shown and refreshments served.
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+Je*isti fhrk/ian
Friday, December 13,
1964
Ambassador's Ball Leader Here Predicts
'Sell-Out' for Major Social Event Dec. 26
ana
Sidney D. Ansin, chairman of the Presentations Committee
for the Ambassador's Ball, extends an oHicial invitation for
participation in the ball to Hon. Galileo Cabrales, dean of the
Consular Corps of Greater Miami.
ABYSCH PM
Frontier Now
Open Here
The Frontier, 2982 Coral Way.
popular-priced restaurant, opened
last week.
Herman Sumar, who built the
Uig Porterhouse, now known as the
Hed Lion, has operated depart-
ment* in some 160 supermarkets.
distributing meats to them.
The Frontier motif is a unique
Western style, including oil paint-
inn on the walls.
Perl Heads
Beth Raphael
Congregation
Abysch Perl hat been elected
presi i Beth Raphai I Con n
ion.
other officers named
Include Julius Sapero, honorarj
president. Lawrence T Berliner.
lust vice preaidaot; Samuel Be
aal. second vice president; Morris
Schwartsman, treasurer: Benja
min A^ronov recording secret ar\:
Kaip1! Krieoar, financial secre
lary: and Joseph Schwartz, sec
ond recording secretary
Board of Directors includes
Sam Hussein, Jack Kobel, Isa-
c*or Sosr.a, Julius Rath, Joseph
Roth, Ralph Krieger and Hy-
man Rosen.
Beth Raphel was recently noti
fied by the Florida State Road De-
partment to vacate its quarters on
or about Jan. 1 for a new express
v. ay. It i> the first and oldest Jew-
ish congregation in Miami, having
been organized as Beth David
over 40 years ago.
Beth Raphael is currently look-
ing for new quarters and envisions
a membership expansion pro-
gram.
Mdney D Ansin. chairman of the
i mmittee l Patrons for the Am-
i dor's Ball, indicated this
pet that tin Ball would be "sell-
out" days h-lore the event, as final
preparations were to be complet-
ed at i reception Thursday evening
for patrons and sponsors in the
Louis Philhpe Room of the Fon-
tainehleau Hotel
The Ambassador's Ball, sponsor
e Bond Organisation, and held an-
nually under the patronage of the
Ambassador of Israel and the Gov-
ernor of Florida, will take place
Saturday evening. Dec. 26. in the
Grand Ballroom of the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel. Among the colorful
highlights of the gala festivities
will be the debutante presenta-
tions and the diplomatic protocol.
In a ceremony reflecting the
goodwill of many nations toward
the State of Israel, diplomatic
representatives of 32 govern-
ments will take part in a presen-
tation ceremony which has be-
come a tradition of the Ambas-
sador's Ball. The emissaries and
their ladies will be escorted by
members of the Israel Bond Trus-
tees of Israel.
v this year's Ambassador's Ball,
the covete! Eleanor Roosevelt
Israel H tarian Award will
he preset I Mi Vnna Bren-
net He;' : Lstinguished civic
leader and chairman of the Israel
Bond Woman g Division.
An innovation of the 196-4 Am
baseador'l Ball will be the presen-
tation to the Ambassador of Israel
and the Governor of Florida, of
the 1364 honoree* Oi Israel"the
men and women who by their ex-
emplary service to the community
and to Ispaol were singled out dur-
ing the course of the year as hon-
oreeS of a -eries of dinners and
luncheon- sponsored by temples
and organizations which spear
headed the Israel Bond effort in
Miami during the year."
Honorees to be presented and
their official escorts Mill be
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank, re-
cipients of the lrat'l Medallion of
Honor at the annual Independence
Day Dinner last April, escorted by
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle.
Mrs. Harry Platoff. honoree at
the Hadassah-Israel 16th Anniver-
sary Lunchon lat June. She will
be escorted hy Miss Lillian Good-
man and Mrs. Nat Barth.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, honoree
;>; the Beth FI Congregation Din-
ner on May 31, and Mrs. Schiff
Official etCOrtS will be Philip Berk
o.vltz, Mr. and Mrs. Ilyman Chab-
ner and Mr and Mr- Joseph Zalis
Dave Margulies ami Mr- Mar
lies, honi n i at the Temple
Beth Torah dinm r n Sept 19.
They ill be i bj Rabbi and
Mi *. Max A. Li] Mr and
-Mrs. Jerry J DuDell and Mr
Mrs. Samuel Fox.
Mr. and Mrs. jacob Rl[kln I
honoree. of the Temple Beth '
lorn Dinner on Oct. 17 T-e,r "
corts will be Rabbi and Mrs LSI
Krcnish. Mr and Mrs. Seymour sS
vcrman and Mr. and Mrs oUKT
snetman. r'
Judge and Mrs Irving Cnen
honoree* at the Temple E ;anUi
Dinner on Oct 24 Their '
will be Dr. and Mrs In 1 Lehr
man, Mr. and Mrs Josep \\ i,D
ton and Mr, and Mr- { J
lasky,
Mr. and Mr- Max K u m\
Mr and Mrs Uuis R ,b,,ln
honorees at the Tempi,. Menorih
Dinner on Oct. 11. The,- official
escorts will he Rabbi ,-j |jn
Mayer Abramowitz, Mr id Mrs. I
Maurice Revltz an.I Mr ; Mr"'
Sol Frankel.
Mr. and Mrs. Hem iq Keld-
man. honore.-.s at the Ten e Beth
Am Dinner on Oct 25 They mil
be escorted by Rabbi and Mrs, Her.
ban at, Baumgard and ilr and
Mrs. Phil Revitz.
Col. William J Rani, ,nd
Mrs. Harris, honorees at ha Tem-
ple Mar Tamid Dinner or. Nov. 29.
They will be escorted 1 Rabbi
and Mrs Eugene B Laboviti and
Mr and Mrs Murra\ A
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+Jm>M ftnrldffar
Page 15-B
II FBI NAPHTAll POKUSH
[Rabbi Porush
To Speak Here
Rabbi Nanhti.li Porush. of the
Hesivta liiyh School, will address
H,>hr; ol iireater Miami on
Baturdi evening, 8:15 p.m. at
Federal Savings and
L"an 1234 Washington Ave.
BB Women
In Activities
On Wednesday evening, (he El-
eanor Roosevelt Chapter. B'nai
B'rith Women's Council of Miami.
held its general meeting at the
Southwest Jewish Center. Miss
Joan Corden, a paint demonstra-
tor, demonstrated a technique in
textile painling for home decorat-
ing and fashion design. Members
and guests participated.
Gilbert .1. Balkin will hold a
membership hayride and chicken
dinner for paid up members and
their husbands on Saturday night
at the C-Bar-S Ranch. A special
award will be given to the mem-
ber who has brought in the most
new members.
* *
Emma Lazarus Chapter will hold
its general meeting on Tuesday
evening at Washington Federal
Savings. 1344 Washington Ave.
Program will be a "White Ele
phant Sale."
Ol
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DIAMOND.
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GREEN. Mi I'-1
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LEE. Mrs. Y.tta.
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PARKER. In. I'hlHp, 7
Mini i 'i I. I i. .-.. i \ i,
1> ti Riverside.
turk. win;.i.ii. 7-;. ..r :. m \\,-t Ave.
S. r\ H .- in Brooklyn. Klvi rslde.
ABBOTT. M, v. ..( I|"M Nautllu*
l-.. died IH i Ilia -:-
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ANO FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65361-B
in i:i: i:.-t;ii.- ...
.-AIMi: Al'STIN, al>.. known an
SARAH .\ I .-TIN
of gMil
in I.i-.
He
a- .1
be "Religious
Israel and in
lli> ibject wil
Youth ; ctivities in
tr.cn.. ; ora
Porush is ordained from
ew rheological College in
. nd has his BS degree in
therm", from Roosevelt Univer-
cago
Foi i\ years, he was director
ii Moshava in Wisconsin
lor ol B'nai Akivah in
Chicac
\
ter ni
b> 11 :
ter- i :
ed b> :
Rabt.
Hebrew
flciU'i
--ion on the daily chap-
i Bible will be presented
racli Kwitney. New offi-
e Moadon will be install-
Nathaniel Soroff.
Shimon Azulay. of the
\cademy. is the newly-
I resident oi the Moadon
Dr. lehrman
Attends Confab
D ng Lehrman. chairman
ii die Combined Jewish Ap-
-< uted the Greater Mi
inity and CIA as a par
:i the Sunday morning
luring the three-day na-
nference of the United
m New York last
ppeal
Ml g the conference along
vilh i Lehrman were Arthur
.- K .:!). executive director ot
Miami Jewish Federa
Mrs Irving Lehrman,
. ca npaign chairman,
. as president of the
I ot Jewish Women
UAHC Camp
Sessions Slated
The Ray and Philip N, Coleman
I'nion of American Hebrew Con-
gregations Camp Institute in Cleve-
land. Ga., will conduit nine sepa-
rate sessions during the summer
ol 1965
Schedule includes junior camp
session for boys and girls 9, 10 and
II, June IS lo July 13; intermedi-
ate, boys an I girls, 12. 13 and 14.
June 15 to July 13; Southeast Fed-
eration ot Temple Youth and
Southern Federation of Temple
Youth combined Kallah. July 15
!o 23; Southeast Federation of Tem-
ple Youth board meeting, July 25
to 27.
Youth Advisors' Institute. July
25 to 27; SF.FTY Institute. July 28
to Aug. 9; SOFTY Institute. Aug.
12 to 22; Southeast Council Teach-
tis' institute, Aug. 25 to 29; Adult
Retreat. Sept 2 to 6.
All sessions will be led and su-
pervised by qualified camp profes-
sionals in particular interest are
Uie junior and intermediate camp
sessions, which combine general
camping w'th an intensive lielorm
Ji vish experience Complete infor-
mation and applications for all ses-
si n- may be obtained at all Re-
form congregations in the south-
east or bj writing directly to
Southeast Camp-Institute. 816 Con-
gress Building, Miami
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO All CredlllM 11 nd All IV! l> lln\ -
in*: Claim* la-mand* Against Maid
l-M.n.
Vou are li< '>' notified and re-
quired t>. pi-- ni en> claims .u.,1 de-
mand* Which you mi) have against
ih. .-i.n. of SADIE Al'STIX, also
known ...- SaI'.aII .ii mi.' ......>..i
Ini, of Queen County, Sew York, lo
ih.- 1'iiuntj ludirei ol n.-.i. County,
.M.i i he -...... in aui.li. .!.- and
..- provided in Section 7:::.-.. Klorlda
Statutes, in their "in..- nt ill- ''".iii-
1 "ii IIimii.- 111 I ."i. Ullt) l-'l, n -
iila. within -iv .. lentlHI ll'"l.Ill- I'M.Ill
the lii.i. "i llle IIIl liuhliral on here- | to In
i.i. IT III.' .1111. tt III llC I
I .i il ill M ."i.i. I-
.i.ii ..i I -. inln i. ,\ i ;:!
tlDUM MANTIS
A- Am lllui J Kxei .ins
I.KON KAI'I.A.N i
M> ;-. II. I" A l<
A I I.I llej fill \ IM ill.i IV KXCI
I i.'.u s U :- S Miami. Kla.
12 IM-.*:,.
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Wise Chapter
Slates Film
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65179-B
ix RK: i:-!.,!. "i
ABE UAl'IOEH
Deceased,
To All Creditor* nd All Persons Hiiv-
Inn Claim- "i Demands Against Mild
Estate:
Vou, and each of you, are hereh>
notified and required to present any
'aim- an.i demands which you, ..i
either of you, mil) huve against Ihi
,-iai. of AUK I.AI'II>KK d<
la!.- of Had* i ounty, r lorlda, t il"-
II..n I'llWK H l>OW I.IXU fount}
.ludm ol ..... ..mi. und flli ii"
-um,. in hla i.fflci In the Count}
i 'oiirthoiie hi I '."I. i 'omit} Kloi Idii
u ithln -in ".'.n ..... ihf fi."" thi
,i.,;.. ,.i ii,.- ".- |iulil at Ion hi I ol
.mi.- -i .;. n ui .1- '.....main the
Ii mil uddi -- "i the clal nanl anil In
t... -\\..i ii to ami i reiented B -
. i Id, -.in., w III be bul
i i.- a Ih-i r.iii. a i
lll'.N K8SKN
\- i:-. of the I..-' \\ ll nnd
T, man i ol VUIO I. \: i. : He-
.- ,l
KSSEN .\ KSSKX
,\i ioi in,} Km i I tor
: "- \in- i i:i.i- Mini '
u |v-:"., i i-v
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60045-A
ix he i:-i.. .-
IIEKX \':i I l-'l-'i'i It'RT, a 1. .,
BEHXARD I.EI KtlH ITZ
1 ii-.-.a-..|
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All Credlii r and Ml Pi i bhih Hav-
Inn ciiiini- ,,i I ..iiiaiiils Auani.-i Kald
Estate:
Yi.n are In reliy notified and re-
quired i......'*enl an> clalmH and de-
inaml- which you n ia s have ayain-!
the estate of 1'ERXAHH 1.1-: i--i -i hi: i .
a k a BEHX \l:i l.i-il- K> iu ITS! a. -
. a-i-.i late of fade County, rlorlda,
lo the County JudtteM of Dade County,
iiinl file Hi" name in dupllente ami
as imivlil.il in Heetion 7SS.1S, Plorldn
siaint.-s. in |heh office* .n the Coun-
ty Court houre in I >n-l.- County, II"!--
iiia. within -i\ calendar montna from
the linn of the lir-i publication here-
of, in the Name will i. barred.
I'ai.a at Miami, Florida, thi- nth
day of i > 'iitii.-r, a.I. ISM
SIDNEY LBrVOirRT
As Executor
Myers, Helman, Kaplan a.- Cntaman
Attorney for Admr: C.T.A.
I1M s.w. Pimt sn.-et
I ____ 12 18-85, 1 1-^
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY
THE AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO At.I. in WHOM THESE PRE8-
i:\rs Sll.ii.l. COME, ORBETlXdS:
Whereas. BERNARD M. ROTHMAN,
MIAMI. PLfiRIDA: LEONARD |.
l.i:VK.\STi:i\, MIAMI. R.ORIDA:
RICHARD I IIEHRKX, MIAMI,
Pi.i umi A iii.l on the th day ..f April.
A.D. I:"!*.', cause lo be Incorporated
under the laws of the SViit* of l-'l..rida
Ala- lirslXKSS KORMS Men.. IVC.
;.....t'l.'.tati"ii. with ii- principal place
..f business at MIAMI. DADE COCN-
TY, in ii Stute of Plorldn, nnd
... --i.ii i noratlnn did on the
a ill ... Ivci lulu i- V.D It'll'. cause
-. ih. offic.....' the Hecre-
i si i -I ihe Stati ol ;'!.. i.ia.
thi .1 in i-ntary authorll j re under I 27, I- Im-lrtii Still
showing llie dissolution of such corp-
oration
Xo tit I il--- s.. i-. I
Slate doe* hereby certII Ihe.
hi.I ha he i- sal Isfled i hat tin
requirements ..t th.- law have been
. ..Illt.li.-ii 'V
IN H ITXEHS WHEREOF, I hnve
hereunto .-. t my hand and hnve
affixed the Great Seal ..f the State
of Florida, at Tallahassee, the
Capital, ibis the Tllicn day of
DECEMRICR. A.D. ISM.
I seal) TOM ADAMS
s.-.-r.-t.irj nf Htate
12 In til
LEGAL NOTICE
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPOP'.TF. DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME ANO BY
THE AUTHOR TY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TI i Al I. TI Will >M TIIKSE Pill :-
BXTS .-'II \i.l. CliME, UREJjJTIX'lS
Whereas, IXiX A. M.VTICKS, i.V.
MIAMI BICACH, l'l."l:!l >.\. IRWI.M
i WEINER, MIAMI BEACH, FLOR-
IDA: S JAMES COHEN, MIAMI
I'.I.Ai'll Kl.i IRID \ did .hi the 1st day
..I Januai. A.P PISH, .-aiis.- t" be i" -
corporated uudci the lawn of Ihe State
ol Florida A.II.C. ADVBRTISINJ
SPECIALTIES, INC a coiporutlon,
xi'lth its principal place ,.f business ill
MIAMI. DADK CiiCNIV. in the Slat-
nf Florida, and ttheroan such ..i-i...-
ni ii .ii did "ii ih" Sill da} of liecemher,
A.li. it".i. cause p. be filed in the
office ..i Hi-- s. .-! iai} i.i State nf I --
State of Florida, the documentary
authority required under Section
808.27, Floridu Statute*, shnwinu the
ilissi.|iiii..ii of KUch corporHtlon.
Now, thervfore, the Hecretan of
state does hereby certlfj t>. !" fore-
irolUR and thai lie Is nallfled that the
requirementM of the law have been
oomplled with.
IX WITNESS WHEREOF, I hnve
hereunto net my hand and have
affixed the (Irent Seal nf the Stain
of Florida, at Tallahassee, tlu-
Capital, thi- the THIRD da) "f
DECEMBER, A I>. 11*0-1.
i-all Toil ADAMS
Secretarj of Mai.
12 iv til
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65 .81-A (Blanton)
IX RE: K.-ta......
II.\lti M.I' I.. B.\ RNES.
K.-I-. .i.-.-.l.
To All Creditors and All Pi rsons tlnv -
ln Claim.- ,,|- I i, in.,ii.I- Ad -' U !
Katati :
You are hereby notified nnd -
qulri a i" i" .--.-. .. ii > la liny and
niands which you mai huve an
the estate of HAROLD I. l'.Al:\i:s
de< asi .i late i t I 'adi Count}. I
Ida. i" in. > .nt -in-ill"- ol i '-
County, i,ii,l fill the same in ilunli-
i-al.. all.I ll |ir Ided li S'eCI lot ; I l.lli.
I-lorlda Snnutes, in their office* In
i li. i' mm y < Dndi
i>. Florida, u ni'i six calendar m
i'i ..in i he in..... < I" lri nublli
hereof, mi the saini ill lie bni I
Mat. .1 .. I Mi I. I'l" i-i.i. I Ills
da) "i I lecen.....r, A.D. HUM
HARRY II. SMITH
Am l"\. ...I.n
SMITH >. MANDI.ER, KSQS,
Attorneys for Rstati
llii Lincoln Ru id, ill: I'l-i.
.IK 1-7417
lj/u-is-Sr., i i
Sherman Gets
Testimonial Here
'. nan as to be presented
plaque from the Florida
liber of Commerce for
- with the Kmploy the
-ii Pro -i.mi nn Thiir-
.i m ;tt ;i breakfast in
ore Ten.ice Hotel.
WTVJ
speaker was to be Ralph
ice president in charge
for Television Station
Mrs, Anna K White, program
chairman "i the Louise Wise Chap
ter, American Jewish Congress,
announces that a special meeting
will be held al the Monte Carlo
Hotel on Thursday, Dec. 2i. at
I < is g m New Kim, "Point <>i
View," will he shown.
Film depicts the AJCongress
am in action in the fields (|i
Jewish affairs, international af-
fairs, community relations, and
Ian and soc al Bctions,
Mrs. Louis Cohen, membership
chairman, w ill introduce and wel-
come ne members; Mesdames
Rebecca Podet, Anna Magid, Ada
Golensky, Jean Schaffer, Ida
Friedman, Henrietta Goldfem.
Bertha Riibenstein. Mae Grushow,
Nettie Baum and Betty Schacht-
nian.
Mrs. Linian Hersch. past presi
lent of the Louise Wise Chapter.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. IN CHANCEfVY
No. 64C 13774
WllllDRl l\\ I. .- M.Mi.N
I
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w ii.i.ii: I., 'i isi: sau-mun.
llefclul
NOTICE f" PUBLICATION
Tn WII.I.II-: l.'M isi: SAI-MON
HI \\ ii .
M..1IHI \ ii.-n. Ne 1
MU' ARE HERBBV l
, ..,,-. I i -.
i| .. ai'i
quired tn \ .. i,-,. i
tu the foi I'l ilnl n Ha I'lalni i
imiii.-v. kit i IH I! W K VUUfK,
U h,,-, a.l.l- N VV I I i i -
Miami. Flu il i, and fil.- ihe m bcinal
mi ill" Answ. i in t. a ill,
i !. ,K id il. E'i lentil Judli
n. nnd l"i i '' mill V.....a. "ti
..i licfnn i'l :.'"th da> ..i .lanuary,
In i|, .. id ..I win. li the ''"in -
lilnlnl .ii In ;..-. n .-- coiifeHm .1 bj
\ Mil.
DATEI i ;>n- r.ili das ..I l'., einlH-r, -
i: i: I EATHEHMAN, flei-k,
. a, ii i ,'...- I 'a.l. founts Florida
,.,.,U By: K M I V\l \N
11, |.ui> ri.rk
13 lv .'-'.. 1 l-s
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 65-16S-A
IN RE: I'-' it.- of
\ri:aiiam i.'i rrTKi.i.
Decea -l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All fredllorn and All Peraonn Hav-
inu ('liilnix mi Demundft Agalnni Ssuld
I-'- tnti
Vou ai In t". by nol Ifled and t-> -
-in ed nny clalntf nnd de-
mandi u lii li < "it may have uh ilnsl
- ,-. m H'.RAHAM '.'I 'ITTKI.I.
tleceaeed late of Hade County. Flor-
ida, lo the fonnt> .'iiiIl-i- -a I'ail,
founty. and llle the mini In duplicate
ami :.- mi -.i.i--.I in Section 7::::.l'i
Kloridit si.H !.--. in i heir offh i In
Hi. founts i 'otirthotim In I aili '
IS", l-i'-ri.la. \v 'Inn Mix calendar .....twin-
fi .-in the I line nf the firm ptihl
hereof, "i i'i -.'in, will l" bai -1
Hated -it Miami. Florldn, tin- llth
,1.,\ uf Decenil.ei', A.D IfM
\ ETT \ Ql'ITTBI.Ii
\- I \.-. uti i\
i-'ii-.i i- I.; ii .ii of mi- nol I.-.- on
in, i -tti -i i'.-. I., i.
IIERNMTE N a MILLER
Att<.ni,-\ f,i Kxecutrlx, V. -
li'n.-i Cliin in I'ida I;. \\ Flaarli r St,
12'D
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NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 13745
VVliNNE DEN SETT,
I'laii-
XATH v V11:'. IIENNETT.
1 '
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
i \-ATH \NIEL E IIENNETT
ii?:.-. I ii' -. Street, A|it. K
Kvai -- Indiana ......
Vou NATHANIEL K I'-I-NM- I I
.... herebs .....Ifled that i B
...in,.laini l"-...... i'-'- '"'. ii filed
.,1 yuu -
,,. nervi a ; of S'our An.-" t r '"
ItHI "i fomplalnl on
attomes, li-wln '
,ihI tt.ii. Miami, I'l." -
original Anawei or
..rfi..- ,.r the Clerk of
the Circuit fowl on or before the
20th das January, IM6. If you_ fail
juiUuatit by default will be
I
I'l.ail IIK
the
i 'llli-tii HI I I'1
Ida and Hie H
I'l, a.II.IK in til"
il..
i v ill conduct the meeting and greet
the special guests.
A special report will be
I on the need to modernize
immigration policies.
given
V. S.
Marcello Maitroianni and
Sophia Loren star in "Mar-
fiaqe Italian Style." which
opens Sunday, Dec. 20. at
le Mayfair. Parkway, Sun-
Set end Ncrrnandie Thea^es
oi'.d premiere show-
Z amor a USY
In Paper Drive
United Svnaeoaue Youth of Tern
: pie Zamora is havlttg paper drive
fund-raising project for December,
1 ending on Sunday.
The papers an : magazines will
be st -red al in ': s'"''1 '-'''
iten, 1799 SW 18th SI
Pickup Edward
fji'c-ci'.oei'.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65356
IX RR K.-'.i :- ol
Mi IRIUS AI'I.Ki:
I leeeam i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All fredlfoni and All Pereonn Hav-
ln iiaiiii.- or Demand* As.iin-i .-'aui
l-:.-latt :
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired t........'" unj claims and de-
mand* which you ma' have ajrulnvl
tli, estate of MORRIS AHI.i:il de-
eeaaed late of I'ad.- foMity, Worlda,
to the I'oiinty JudgVe of Ma.I.- i..iiiit>.
ami file the .-ante In dnpllcat. and a
lirovlded in Section T3S.1B, rlorlilu
S'.atutea, in tl" It office* hi Ihi
tj t'.-iii-tli"'!-- in I 'ail,- founty, Fin
Ida, witf ulendar munrh* ft "
thi tin.....f the tn -t liublli uti' n In re-
. i he Hani, w ill be I.....
I ..,i. I hi Ml imi, r'loi (In,
das i i r. A.n '.'"-i
l. \u -;' NfK AIM.Kit
\-
Aronovltz,

taKell iljilillist \mi for ihe tell.l' il, -
mandeal In the Bill "i fomplalnt.
Thin n.iiic. -I"-!! '. published one*
, i,ii .-,-'.. f-.i- i".it conaecutlve weeka
in TIHS JKW IHH RIXHUDIAN.
hum: ASI) 'i;i!:! hlorlda, tliii- IMh day of li,-i'enibet.
All. UMM ,
i: i: LEATHERMAN, Clark,
circuit Court, l'ade County, Flortda
(eal) By: K M. I.YMAN
I >.-|iuty Clerk
CHRISTIE A. I.K\'KNSTKIN
llll Coral Way, Miami, Kla. ""14..
M> me>* ror llarntlff 4S-41
IS 18-25, I l-S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 65276A
IX KK. Rotate ..f
CARL KACI.'V.
I le, ......Ml.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All fi .ilit"i- and All IVI-..I.- iluv-
ina Claims uf l. Betnte:
Vim a..- li.i.l.v ii"tifi" qulred t>. t.r,->. ni nn> clulniH and .1--
maiiili- hleh yon in.i' have nsaiin-t
the estate nf f \ in, i: xi'l :v di i
late "t Dade t'..uiit>, Kli rldu, tu the
. '"Illll \ I Udgl I '.I : '"11111' Ptld
ill. t n. -ain. .ii iiiii.li. ate and tie ;iro-
\ hied ui s.-i ti-.n T:'.:: li 1' ilu Slal-
utee, in the iifll the i "oiiutv
Courthouae In Itada Count.', Kloridu,
\\ iiliin -1 \ calendai n. .- h i
i Ime >.i thi I -. -' lublli ation I
..I- the -.in. will lie barred.
I -at. .1 til Mi.in ,. I Ioi Ida, till- 'til
das "i I iiiIh A.l r...'.i
MII.I'KKI' ii \i--i:v
\- i:\..-ii.i\
l-'i- -1 |..il. .i' ..ii of Un-
til,- nth da> i i iee, inln
Sinn.ii. 11..> s ,v < li mi
Attorney: i" i:\-.-.itrix
.in, Alneb i
Miami, I- lorlda
....
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOH DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65283-A
IN RE INlat- ol
a.w k s-m CSS
I ,, .. ,i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All CredlK.ru nnd til I'.i-,- -.- Hav -
Ina t'laim- "i i ..iiiaiai.- Axainxi Sml
l-:.-tat.-:
V.in are hereli.i n : Ifled and t -
quired i<. nreeeni an> .ln.ni- and il.--
inandv wlilrh '.a ma> ha\e an.in-t
thi late of \'-\ i. si'iiAiss n
i-.-a.-.-.l late n| I'a.l.- t'-.ntit.'. I 1 la.l .
ti. t he i 'mini i Jtldai ,.t' I Mile
ty, and file I luplieal an.l
us |ii-,.i ill. ,i In s, tioit ; i-.. I
Statin.-s. iii their office* in the Coun-
ty c'ourthouae 111 I'a-i. .Vntii'. I
Ida, within x lendar month!
the time "i tn- i i -i |iul>Hi al Ion here-
of, mi tn. aami "ill i. Iiurred.
Hai.il at Miami, Klorlda, iiii-
ilal ,,t l ,i, In \ i
i.i:sii:i: n ai.i.x \mm:i:
a- i:.\, eutoi
Kilst publl i'i......! ,il>- I:
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M.'l'Ki: IS HEREBY CHVBN thai
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IN THE COUNT'. juDic S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 6S285C
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BIZICK CCiCllXlt'K.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All freditoni and All Pereomi H -
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Estate:
Yon are betel.' notified and re-
quired t" preeenl an> i-laims and il"-
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the .--taie of EIZ1CK Pl'TERNlOK
deoeaaed late of Ihide County, l-1- : -
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Florida si.i lutes, In tli. ii otfiti In
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Think FIRST
of
FOOD FAIR
for
CUSTOMER
OFFERS
It
AVAILABLE ALL FOOD FAIR & FREDERICK'S
STORES FROM
FORT PIERCE TO KEY WEST
LOVELY 'STARETTE' PATTERN by National Silver Co.
Croc* your tob't with tht iculptured beauty of "Starette" itoinleu1 Created by waiter
craftsmen to give you the lotting elegance of trie fineiMerblew are, StaretteV luxurious
appeorance belies its practicality. A classic new design in the proud tradition ol National
Silver Company, this heavyweight flatware is of finest quality satin finish stainless steel.lt will
net rust or stain...needs ao polishing. And we make it so easy...so reasonable...for you to acquire!
Each week we will offer different pieces of "Starette" flatware for only 9< with each $5 purchase.
See the full display of Starette" stainless at the store. Each piece is packaged in its own plastic
envelope to protect its beauty. Start collecting your set of "Slarette" this week.
YOU CAN BUILD AS LARGE A SERVICE AS YOU LIKE!
NO COUPONS NEEDED! SHOP AND SAVE!
NW VOL' CAN COLLECT A COMPLETE SET OF Tae.F-A":
TO HATCH YOUR -NORTH STAR 0,NNERARE ANC >-
WARE. WHICH WERE OUR RECENT EXCLUSIVE OFCL -.
IMPORTANT!
r, tm ett aack "tali's nail far mlr "i* eack SS avrckata. This aiawit ye. can auy *o a SI3 Du
Wu*a wtlit a SIS parckata, ale.This afar will caarimrt tar 20 waals, sa yaw will Wax aaaU I -e le callact all pe

Itu'WeetL
Special @kU4tut4A S ,2 _^THURS, DEC. 17 THRU WED, DEC 23
YOUR CHOICE OF
ANY ITEM
SERRATED KNIFE-FORK-TEASPOON
SOUP SPOON OR SALAD FORK
I ICED TEASPOONS 4 0" 9 9
I TAILESPOONS 2 0*7 7'
COLO HEAT FORK
AKO IENRY SPOON 9 9
I SUGAR SMELL AND
UTTER KNIFE 77-
With Each S5 Order or More
A DIFFERENT PIECE WILL BE
FEATURED EACH WEEK, IN THE
C FOLLOWING SEQUENCE
rach at 9<
oc- S: -
2nd Week ..DINNER FORK
3rd Week SOUP OR DESSERT SPOON
4th Week. SALAD FORK
5th Week. ONE-PC. SERRATED KNIFE
6th Week...TEASPOON
7th W.ek...DINNER FORK
and da 9*1
ICED TEA
SPOONS
4 FOR 99 c
COLD MEAT
FORK & BERRY
SPOON Bo* 99c
TABLESPOONS |
2 for 771
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS CATALOG IS BURSTING
WITH WONDERFUL GIFT SUGGESTIONS
IDEAL < HOLIDAY GIFTING!