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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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' "(Jewish Flondian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
lolume j/
Number 52
Miami, Florida. Friday. December 25. 1964
Two Sections Price 2Cc
[OA Herz
.ward Cites
ir Winston
tew \ UK(JTA)Over 1,000
L Zionist movement in
l [immunity affairs par-
i week in a nation-
[ to Sir Winston Church-
j.. i bj the Zionist Organ-
L \ icrica at its annual
I
highlighted the pres
I the annual Thi od ir
j i-1 Gold Medallion ol the
Jia Winston Churchill in
L historic accomplish-
tr architect of the J<
j prot i gonisl of Zion
i t; Medallion was ac-
, >] ;iif of liis father by
i s. Churchill, onlj son i
m.
The Theodor Heril Award,
|which was named for the found-
I of modern Zionism, was cre-
liled by the ZOA in 1958, to be
Ijiven lo individuals who have
liendereci outstanding services to
Mthe Zionist cause. The inscrip-
tion on the medallion read: "The
|t. Hon. Sir Winston Churchill,
litjlesi.n, Leader in War and
Peace. Devoted Friend of Zion-
ism and Israel Reborn." Guests
lit the dinner included members
lei the diplomatic corps and for-
|ien missions to the United Na-
ions as wM as prominent mem-
[ssrs of both Houses of the U.S.
| Congress.
--. ol greetings were de-
by Lord Caradon, perma-
rcscntative t, n in the United Nations
Irani Harman, Ambassa-
.: I to the l nited States,
entation was made by Jac-
I i zyner, chairman of tin-
Continued on Page 2-A
Eshkol Backed by Mapai;
en-Gurion Suffers Defeat
RANDOLPH CHURCHILL
accepts lor lather
Faisal's Letter
Found Again
JERUSALEMI JTA IThe orig-
inal letter which Arab loader Emir
Feisal wrote lo Felix Frankfurter
in i!)i9. declaring that "We Arabs
look with deepest sympathy on the
Zionist movement."' has been
found in the London files of the
Jewish Agency, it was reported
here this week. Arab leaders have
consistently denied Feisal ever
u rote such a letter.
The letter was written in Eng-
lish by T. E. Lawrence, the fa-
mous "Lawrence of Arabia.'' and
signed in Arabic by Feisal. Law-
rence was Feisal's adviser and in-
terpreter.
Feisal, who led the Arab revolt
against the Turks during World
War I, anrJ was designated Kim
cf Syria in reward, was at first
sympathetic to Zionism, from
Continued on Page 15-A
JERUSALEM(JTA) Levi Esh-
k< I solidly backed by Ihe Central
Committee ol his Mapai Party in
his struggle against former Pre-
mier David Ben-Gurion, said this
week he expected to form a new
Government -eon. lie resigned
earlier in the week in the dispute
The kei i.Mie in the dispute was
Ben-Gurion's unrelenting insist-
ence mi a nut inquiry into a 10-
ycar-old sccuriti disaster and on
the role in the mishap ol then De-
ft ii-" Minister Pinhas Lavon who
lost the post a year later on Hen
Gurion's insi-tence.
A series of key votes in Mapai
central bodies gave Eshkol his
victory over Ben-Gurion. The
Mapai secretariat gave Eshkol
its endorsement for forming a
new government and rejected
Ben-Gurion's demand for a new
inquiry into the 19S4 disaster.
The secretariat left to Mapai
Cabinet Ministers the decision
on whether such an inquiry
should be held, exactly as Esh-
kol had demanded. Many of those
ministers, including Eshkol, had
served on a Ministerial Commit-
tee which, in 1960, absolved La-
von of blame for the 1954 mishap.
INTRODUCED TO PARLIAMENT
New Eshkol Cabinet Forms
JERI SAELM(JTA) Prime Minister Levi Eshkol. who was
entrusted Monday night bj President Zalman Shazar with the
task ol forming a new Government, said that he expected to have
the new Cabinet formed and '.o present the members ol the new
Cabinet to the Parliamenl on Wednesdaj
Premier Eshkol told correspondents that he foresaw the
some coalition and expected no changes in the composition ol
the Cabinet which fell last week when Mr. Eshkol resigned
premiership as a result of his dispute with former Premier
David Ben-Gurion over the -Lavon Affair."
Mr. Eshkol said thai he believes the new Cabinet wculd lake
up at its first meeting the request by Mr. Ben-Gurion to reopen
the Lavon ease inquiry. He emphasized that the new Govern-
ment is now free to take any decision on the matter.
a judgment publicly assailed by
Ben-Gurion.
After the secretariat met, the
powerful Maoai Central Commit-
tee followed suit. Its members
unanimous!) called on Eshkol to
form* a nen Government and e-
jected by a two to one margin, B<
Gurion's demand for a new inquii
For Ben-Gurion, the blow was
the worst defeat in an illustrio is
Continued on Page 9-A
FRANKFURT TEAM MAKES THREE-DAY VISIT
Further Evidence at Auschwitz
MOROCCO PROPOSAL DOWNED
Security Council Bars
Resolution Against Israe
l XITKD NATIONS(JTA)The
States and Britain intro-
10 the Security Council
.lore lhi i ek a resolution aris-
I i the Syrian-Israeli ex
tl ol i.re on ^Israel's north-
trn fi nl er last month. The reso-
lution .Us upon both parties to
'e fully with the chairman
et the Israel-Syrian Mixed Armis-
tiic Commission and to cooperate
slvi m a resurvey of the border
t"i i here the Syrians had fired
it an Israeli patrol.
A draft resolution introduced
fcveral weeks ago by Morocco, the
N> Vi-ah member of the Council.
hich would have criticized Israel
fcarr.lv ..pi mild hnv ''< "'I
IK* blame for the Nov. 13 flare up
'"i Im-.'icI. was rejected at Hie
Meeting lv Ihe ove'-"hel"''n" vo
Jj i -hi to three. Only the Soviet
Won and Czechoslovakia joined
oroceo in supporting the pro-Arab
11 eight other members of
C luncil abstained,
Morocco's Dev Ould Sidi Baba
Hltn tried to achieve his goal by
introducing amendments to the
Western resolution which would
have supported the Syrian claim
that Israel was guilty of aggres-
sion, but this month's president
of the Council, Ferando Ortiz
Sam of Bolivia adjourned the
meeting without setting a date
for the next session.
Ambassador Charles W. Yost ol
the United States told the Council
that the draft which he was CO-
sponsoring is concerned with the
future and applies "to prevention
of a repetition of such a tragic in
eident as had occurred on Nov. 13.
The American-British resolution
would have the Council Strictly
avoid blaming either Syria or Is-
rael for the latest clash.
The American-British resolution
deplores "the renewal ol military
action" on the Syrian-Israel bor-
der called upon both parties to
participate fully '" ,m' n>eetine:s
of the Mixed Armistice Commis-
sion and requested the UN Secre-
.v-cencrnl to inform the Coun-
cil by Mar. 31 "of the progress
that has been made toward imple-
menting these suggestions."
l.oNDON-i.lTA i A Frankfurt
court team in the trial of 211 for-
mer personnel of the Auschwitz
death camp reported finding new
evidence during a three-day visit
this week to the site of the camp.
Prosecutor Joachim Kugler said
he found new documentary evi-
dence against defendant- accused
ol killing inmates with carbolic
ncid injections into the heart. He
said he found the evidence in the
archives ol the camp which has
b< en preserved by the Polish Gov-
ernment as .i permanent reminder
,i Nazi savagery. An estimated
4,000.000 victims, most of them
Jews, were put to death at Ausch-
v itz.
One of the newly found docu-
ments is an order to the camp
pharmacy for a kilogram of car-
bolic acid. The order was signed
by Josef Klehr, an Auschwitz
defendant charged by witnesses
with having killed up to 30,000
victims. Commenting on the
three-day visit. Chief Prosecu-
TO STRENGTHEN WORLD COHERENCE
B'nai B'rith Approves Formal
Structure of 'Roof Organization
Continued on Page 6-A
NEW YORK i-'TAi B'nai
B'rith announced this week en-
dorsement ol a proposal to streng-
then the Worid Conference ol Jew-
ish Organiz itions (COJO) a world-
wide coordinating body, by replac-
in-j its "miormal procedures"
with a more formal organizational
structure.
The action virtually assured
broader and more intensive activ-
ity by the World Conference. Its
fine other constituent groups had
previously accepted the proposed i
change. Approval by B'nai B'rith
had been viewed as "necessary" I
In cause of its size and influence.,
and the fact that it operates in 43
countries,
In a companion action an-
nounced by Label Katx, B'nai
B'rith president, the organisa-
tion also agreed to plans for con-
verting th? present Conference
of Presidents of Major Organi
zations to a "Conference of
American Organizations." The
Conference of Presidents, organ-
ized in 19S4, has comprised the
heads of 18 Jewish groups act-
ing consultatively on issues in-
volving American-Israel rela-
tions ar.d, more recently, on
croblems affecting Jews in other
foreign countries. The proposal
will change its membership
Continued on Page 3-A
Report on Moslem Jewish Relations
* .* ii ____. ,*. D*niBllnnn claim
SEW YORK-(JTA)-The Mo-
roccan Ambassador to the United
States Ali Bengelloun, told the
American Jewish Committee here
t'-is week th it Jewish and Moslem
communities in his country have
B11 -excellent relationship which
i* becoming even stronger."
The independence of our coun-
ts contributed to the strengthen-
ing of the relationship between
Jews and Moslems, and "ill per-
mit the integration Of the Jews of
Morocco Into the political life of
the country with the same right!
and the same obligations as those
of their Moslem compatriots,"
Vmbassador Bengelloun stated at
:> dinner-mei-ting of the Commit-
tee.
The Committee estimates that
there are approximately 65,000
to 80,000 Jews currently living in
Morocco. Mr. Bengelloun claim-
ed that "there exists no Jewish
problem in my country." Since
the establishment of Morocco's
independence the Ambassador
said, Jews have achieved im-
portant positions in various min-
isterial posts, the legislature,
the civil service and the courts."
"Elsewhere in private life," Mr-
Continued on Page 6-A

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Friday, Deceer
UPTON
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Blank, Orovif 7. Weinkle, Fried iand. Lipton
Named Co-Chairmen of '65 CJA Campaign
Sdm Blank. Max Orovttz and Carl by ihc five noted communal, phi-
Wenridc, pt-x presidents ol the
(Ireater Mi.uni Jewish Federa-
Unthropic SBd biimes leaders
w?s made iointly bv Dr. Irving
lion, Samuel N. Friedland. honor- I(,hrman. \65 CJA campaign
ary presideit. and Joseph M Lip-
ton, vice president, have accepted
the positions of co-chairmen of the
}965 Combintd Jewish Appeal.
Announcement ol the acceptance
chairman, and Sidney Lefcourt,
president >t the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
"In our vital 1965 campaign.
Federation Ratifies Y Buy
Of Westbrccke Club Here
Executive Committee of tin
Jew ish Fedt i ation
. si Thursday nighl ratified th<
b> th YM and W H.\ ol
a stbi loke i aba a
I -. i lub will be tl e nev Miam
S fa esl Jew ish < ommunit) I i
t< r.
i he mm o folli wed on the hi
(i thi Y i arlier appro> al ol tin
Award to Wintson Churchill
Continued from Page 1-A
a] exe utive council of the
The annii.il dinner marked the
bit thdaj ol Sir Win-ton and
iversary of the pas-
._ i I the I nitcd Nations resolu-
r the establishment of Is-
rael. Messages from President
Johnson and former Presidents
Harry S. Truman and Duight D.
Eisenhower headed hundreds of
messages of greetings from prom-
i statesmen and leaders.
purchase of the huge facilitj al
I ramiami Trail
At a board meeting Moi
night, V officials signed the docu
ments setting ihe final stamp ol
approval on the purchase
Efraim Gale, executive direc-
tor of the Y, 'aid that purchase
price was in excess of 5700,000.
Situated on some 19.5 acres, the
main facility is a two-story
building located on both sides
of an entrance lobby.
Ihc air-conditioned club in-
cludes 14 oabana buildings, as well
as handball and tennis courts and
a wading pool.
According to V spokesmen, West
brooke has the largest swimming
pool in the State ol Florida
The new V will house its ad
ministrative headquarters and be
used as a facility for both Jewish
and general community groups. It
is anticipated that a conversion
program for some of the YMIIA
activities will be launched in the
near future.
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v hen we seek to top last year's
succes'ful drive and provide
more monies for the activities
c* cur local agencies and for the
iifesaving work of the United
Jewish Apoeal, which this year
will transport and resettle a rec-
ord number of immigrants over-
seas, we are proud to have these
outstanding leaders accept this
high position in our campaign,"
Dr. Lehrman stated.
Friedland. Blank. Liplon and
Wcinkle have also served as gen-
eral chairmen of the Combined
Jewish Appiul.
"It is the elforts and unselfish
dedication of men of this high
calibre that have made it possible
tor our annual Federation drive to
lake its rightful place among the
top 15 Federations In the coun-
try." Rabbi Lehrman stated.
Tlu- knowledge, the experience
Cohen JWV
Luncheon Here
Ham II Cohen, Surfside Baj
Harbor JW\ Auxiliary Post 723
-I' nsored a luncheon ai the Surl
side Town Hall on Thursday at
12 30 p.m.
Proceeds 'ill go to the Aid to
Israel Fund.
Ticket chairman was Mrs Rose
Rothwarf.
aad the leadership that this group
of dedicated co-chairmen brings to
ii- is without equal. Their many
contributions to business, commu-
nal and philanthropic endeavor,
ai d their leadership in the growth
development ol many of our
imiKirtant It.cal Federation ayen
( !<. eannot -*e underrttrmHe*r"
the chairman stated
"I am confident that the sup-
port I am :vceivir.- in my second
yeat as ( .1 \ canipamn chairman
.wli redoun.l to ihc gOSd of the
community and of our agencies
both here and overseas.
' With the help of these dis-
tinguished leaders, | am
dent that our benefici,ry *
cies will be enabled to s.r*
record number of Mople
coming year.
"At ""' lie, thev
'nK '" ; e new J
grams that will bring mZ. ,1
II the J3
">dal the -.:. T.::-.fhelplo3
'h- needs ol the ever-g^
number of members of ow J
mumty ho recognize then*!
Federation agen<;,, p,a, ^
of sickness, emotional stress. J
*en personal help and counJ]
are vitally needed.' '
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December 25, 1964
+Jewish noridiain
Paqe 3-A
Reaffirms liberation' of Palestine
A'
kes-z
cert B. Sabin (center), noted resecrch scientist, is shown
:.r.g an invitation to address the Physicians and Den-
Greater Miami at a meeting Jan. 9 a' the Doral Beach
by ihe South Florida Division, American Friends of the
w University. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Popick (left; and Mr.
Irs. Jacob Rifkin (riqht) issued the invitation at a national
"z in New York Ci'.y. Popick is South Florida Division
ent and a founder of the New Campus. Rifkin is also a
of the New Campus of the Hebrew University.
UNITED NATIONS iJTA) -
Mahmoud Riad, Foreign Minister
il Egypt, told the General Assent-
blj here this week thai the "Or-
ganization for tin' Liberation of
i alestine." formed last Maj in
Ji rdanian Jerusalem, plans to
pursue a pledge "to restore to the
Arab people ol Palestine their
rights which so far have been de-
nied t<> them by force."
He made this statement while de-
livering a goneral foreign affairs
lulicy address before a plenary
cmiiii of ihe Assembly. He said
that, m thai '.just struggle," the
group will nave the support of
Egypl
Mr Pud'- reference to "the
Palestine problem" reiterated all
of the customary Arab charges
against Israel, picturing Israel's
presence in "Palestine"' as moti-
vated by "foreign domination, ex-
ploitation and racialism has in
i icted upon the people of South
Africa. Southwest Africa and South-
ern Rhodesia." Sudan delivered a
similar diatribe against Israel.
The Arabs suffered a setback
in their Security Council demand
for condemnation of Israel as a
result ol she Nov. 13 border
clash between Syria and Israel,
when anti-!\raeli censure resolu-
tion introduced by Morocco was
practically ignored because
there were obviously no backers
for it.
As the Council mel for the sev-
enth session to deal with Sj
and Israel's cross-complaints, Dey
Ould Sidi liiba. of Morocco, the
only Arab member ot the Council,
presented his draft calling for "se-
vere condemnation" of Israel.
Sullivan County Club
Sullivan County Club of South
Florida was recently formed here.
Persons interested in information
may apply to Leonard Selkowitz,
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1. Albert Sabin to be Guest Speaker
ir Hebrew University Friends Jan. 9
it B. Sabin. noted re-
In-h lentlSt and developer of
. nti-viriis polio vaccine.
i< Miami on Jan. 9 to ap-
br as guest speaker at a dinner
Mm lencan Friends of the He-
i University at the Doral Beach
Id. it was announced by Jack
; | South Florida Division
id<''
Hit proud and honored that
Sabi an outstanding friend |
mt to Hebrew L'niver-
, am .1 distinguished scientist
ho h..- made many contributions
humanity, "ill speak to lead-
ph; nil dentists of our
| .1 to members of the
Lth Division," Popick
I
Hcnc-ary chairman of the din-
ner, which is being sponsored by
Ire Sc.rh Florida Division and
he Physieit)Dt and Dentists
Jtommittees of the American
priencs of the Hebrew Univer-
sity, is Dr. Philip Gotlieb, who
recenti^ established a Chair in
Tfhysica Chemistry at Hebrew
University.
million medical school complex is
nearing completion.
Significant also of the rapid pro-
gress of the Hebrew I Diversity in
the fields of medical and dental
education was the recent dedica-
tion of the Hebrew University-
H.idassah School of Dental Medi-
cine founded by Alpha Omega
Fraternity in conjunction with the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University.
I Leo :
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Mil II-
llcxani
inson is serving as South
Division chairman. Dr.
I > tton. Dr. Marvin L.
r. Maurice Rich, and Dr.
r S. EtofltM are serving
co-chairmen of. the Physicians
talfflittee, and Dr. Meyer Egg-
Hi an i Dr. Morton Rosenbluth
ft cckhairing the Dentists Coin-
tlec ii r tiie dinner.
Hi bin has been a frequent
est lecturer al the Hebrew I'ni-
csatkV Jerusalem, where a $10
nya* '"ziq }mo9 syi
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1532 Washington Ave., Miami Bch.
JE 1-1969 534-0271
B'nai B'rith
OK's Structure
Of Conference
Continued from Page 1-A
from individuals to organiia-
, tions.
' La>t week B'nai B'rith adopted
similar action when it voted to
rejoin the National Community
Relations Advisory Council, a co-
ordinating body of national agen-
cies and loeal community relations
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Volume 37 Number 52
20 Teveth 5725
Friday. December 25, 1964
Security Council
Still Procrastinates
The Security Council has over-
nelmingly voted agcinst the Mor-
: rear, resolution 'hat would hove
.amed Israel for the border battle
. atween Israel and Syria on Nov. 13.
Nevertheless, the Council now
: ills upon both countries to co-
; Dercte fully with the Mixed Armis-
:e Commission, and has set the
attsr aside until Mar. 31. Until
" en, an Ameiican-British resolution
: alls upon the Council to avoid
amiag either country for the battle.
The resolution has been formu-
ed in the face ot Gen. Odd Bull's
port several weeks ago, which
. early indicts Svria for the a'.tack.
We find it difficult to understand
e basjs for such procrastination.
'hy should the Council be afraid to
oint the finger at the tiue culprit?
J.-esumably. by Mar. 31, the tacts
ill be fuliy gathered anu evaluated.
i Jt so far as most observers are con-
: mod, they already have been.
Once again, the high UN body
seems to be partial toward avoiding
r .partiality.
Ambassador's Ball Here
The Israel Bond Organization here will
1 old its annual Ambassador's Ball on Satur-
: ay evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
The by now traditional function is a gay
social occasion, which this year will single out
Mrs. Anna Brenfler Meyers for her dis'inguish-
ed contributions.
Above and beyond the ceremony, which
troduces the community's young ladies come-
c:-age, will be the clear purpose of the ball,
.e achievement of the 1964 Israel Bond goal
c! S2,500,000 in sales set last spring.
Israel Bond leaders here feel that the goal
ill be met, and then seme. While he Am-
. sador's Ball is a joyous social function, it
: !so serves to remind us of the serious contribu-
on of the sale of bonds to the welfare of the
State of Israel.
Thus, in every way the ball Scturday
r .ght should prove to be a satisfying event
;.r those attending.
We take this opportunity particularly to
congratulate Mrs. Meyers for her distinguished
c.tation and to applcud the purpose of bond
sales generally, 'he economic and industrial
c evelopmeni of the Jewish State.
the community. And rather than sell the com-
munity on a long, drawn-out capital fund drive.
it seemed far wiser to amortize the Westbrooke
undertaking.
We feel the move is a good one and that,
after weighing all the facts, there was no bet-
ter available choice.
The Y Moves Forward
A major decision was made this week with
e r nnouncement c: the purchase by the
7MHA of Westbrooke Cabana Club to serve
' s tne hub of its Dcde County operation and
ouse the Y's administrative headguarters.
The purchase was ratified by the Grea'ei
Miami Jewish Federation last Thursday night,
roth the Federation and the Y gave it careful
scrutiny and weighed all the facts.
With today's transportation and express-
. ay sys-'sm, the new facility will be readily
: ccessible in a short amount of travel time
:.om any part of Dade County.
Definite statements indicate that the new
Miami Southwest Jewish Community Center
.-ill main'ain the image of a YMHA. In this
regard, it is gratifying to note the anticipation
y Y officials of the launching of a conversion
program for some of its activities in the near
future. And assurance was given that the or-
: anization will continue to operate branch
activities on Miami Beach and in the North
Dade areas.
Much of the decision to purchase West-
brooke depended on the fact that the Y had
ttle alternative bu to expand its presently
..adequate facilities it it was properly to serve
Tribute to Churchill
The Zionist tribute to Sir Winston Church-
ill is a sentimen'al one on the occasion of Sir
Winston's 90th birthday. His only son. Ran-
dolph S. Churchill, flew to New York to accept
the award on behalf of his father.
Sir Wi niton has often characterized him-
self as a Zionist. His leadership in world af-
fairs at the time of Israel's reemergence makes
the two seem a historic unity. The Theodor
Heizl Award to him, characterizing the great
World War II leader as a "devoted fiiend of
Zionism and Israel Reborn," is therefore apt in
a warm and amiable way.
Still, we can not help forgetting Sir Win-
ston's iole in the establishment of Tiansjordan
back in 1921. It was an act of the former
British Prime Minister's vision into the future:
his way ot reducing the scope and significance
of the ultimate Zionist victory in the Middle
Fast he foresaw as a threat to his own coun-
try's in'erests there.
We join in the Zionist Organization of
America's tribute to a great and gallant demo-
cratic leader. But Sir Winston's role in this
regard thould not muddy the water of his ef-
fort to thwart the fullest meaning of Israel re-
born a quarter of a century before the fact.
Dr. Kaplan at 90
during the week
as i see it
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two weeks before he'
The Government 1
new complex of ^
includ
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process of construction**.,
from the Hebrew U\\7
His offices were on the i
floor of an lmwitag f^-
featuring stained gla
clows at the side of
signed.
ya. the
tags and quarters
the Parliament
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will be honored at
Temple Israel this Friday night on the occa-
sion of his 90th birthday. (See Page 10-A.)
Dr. Kaplan has had a distinguished career
as a spiritual leader, and his contributions to
the Greater Miami scene go back as far as
some forty years ago. Dr. Kaplan is an author.
He has been a teacher at the university. His
service to Temple Israel, where he is rabbi
emeritus, still brings fond memories to a host
of the Temple's congregants.
His distinctions cross the boundary of
parochial activity. Dr. Kaplan's endeavor in
the field of in'erfaith affairs remains a pioneer-
ing hallmark for our community.
Those who pay Dr. Kaplan honor Friday
night at Temple Israel will be saluting one of
Greater Miami's accomplished personalities.
staircase. Behind his desk. I recall walnut cabinets for his hook *
journals. We sat and talked a long time. The "private" im
was as private as it could be in the presence of his press officer"11
took notes on just about every word we exchanged. '
It is quite clear that he knew his intentions by then l had
previously briefed on which questions would be considered off Iv.
This left little really to t~"
subjects in his discussion
Why didn't they come to Israel to stav
send their children for a few years?
y to talk about except Mr. Ben-Gurion's hZ
ussions with Americans: Did they know HebreJ
permanently? Would a,
Were the) Zionist dreimw
who had forgotten that the dream was fulfilled and that Zionism7
now. itself, be forgotten?
Such an interview could really be done without visiting the Phi
Minister at all. He sounded off frequently, enough about these thing
Besides, there was an even more important Issue rocking Israeli
that very moment: the official visit to the country ot former '
German Defense Minister Franz Josef Stiaus. Wherever I had
in the big cities and on the highways. I saw signs reading: "Itaus
Straus." The mood was an ugly one. I remember bumping
Herr Straus in the hallways of the Dan Carmel Hotel He
rounded b\ agents. West German and Israeli

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Men's announcement to the world of West German nuclear I
;it work in Egypt, How could the two be ratioi Despite J
briefing, I managed 'o ask questions about this issue Thi
were grudging Mr, Ben-Gurion would launch into I j
wind up in :t critical attack upon is Jewrj del he I J
sured mc deserved and received hi- most exall |
but they supplied the financial wherewithal ol Israel's reei |
Two weeks later, he announced his n
world In retrospect, I think it would be unreal to s tin
the Straus invitation forced his hand, Other thin ;
significance were brewing in Israel in Maj and .lune, 191 Cm
t a inly, the German question was an important oi and n
even new. But Straus was merely a nettle to Ben-Gurion's politica
opponents, and he had man) of them,
There was. for example, in mid-May a bitter debate between th.
Prime Minister and Menachem Beigin, leader Ol the llerut Party!
whom Mr. Ben-Gurion accused on the floor ol Parliament ol beuJ
the successor to a Jewish movement steeped in N'azi and Fascia*
methods and principles. The sum of this sort ol exchange then. ar.J
even today was window-dressing for a far more basic rift
REASON fOR BG'S RESIGNATION
iaavid BEN-GURION was several years ago characterized by Li<
' Magazine as one of the greatest living statesn en 1 do not be-
lieve the characterization to be far fetched; neither will most people
want to deny him his place in history Hut Mr Ben-Gurion. in Mjj
anxious haste to root Israel in the Western tradition, has been prea
ing his country toward the achievement of a variet) ol ends that see
irreconcilable with political realities at the moment,
Primarily, he has been fighting for electoral reform and the
duction of the number of parties On the other hand earl)' *
Israel's history. Indeed just before Mo-he Sharetts prime minister
ship. Mr. Ben-Gurion was. himself, responsible for the proliferationm
parties as a consequence of his own courtship with the I
groups for the strengthening of ins coalition
It is therefore eas) for Mr Ben-Gurion to emei todaj
on a white charger long alter Ins personal participation in the
fighting that has produced the present problems .
The more fundamental truth behind his resigi ', ^i
i- undoubtedly rooted in the German question al larm coupled iu
his unrelenting drive toward electoral rel inn W
envisioned, as I predicted al the tune, was for his -
Eshlcol, to find himself Incapable of rule ovei so i
the Israel Government Coalition. This would have meant an im na-
tion lor him to return on his own terms, when he i
greater effectiveness toward the achievemenl political end
SENTIMENT fOR ESHKOl STRONGER THAN EVER
AS OF NOW, it seems that Mr Ben-Gurion
Perhaps Mr, Kshkol does not have the hallmark ol cwwn
eneraved upon him. but his handling ol tin as '"
cool and full of accomplishment Charles de Gi
Ben-Gurion In his particular esteem; indeed, the t
much alike in then- monolithic view ol things B
who received royal treatment at the hands ot thi "
United States, it was Mr Kshkol who also mana tod de ,'al". u ,%
if on a less dramatic level, but a no less effective one ,.' llor
Mr. Kshkol who arranged a meeting with Wesl i *"
Ludwig Erhard. with the date not quite Cully set for public con
tion at the time of his resignation. .Vnned
In fact, no one In Israel panicked, as Mr Ben-GuriC
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everyone would, one the initial shock of his departure tta* ^et
has anyone since implored him to return from the wil.:-<> ^(
to assume the prime ministership again Hence Mr Ben ^
clever in-tighter, found it necessary to resort to othei me ^ ^,
Pinehas I.avon affair, which had been Investl n>"e i
which Mr Ben-Gurion demanded some two weeks ago be
a tenth. ieas|
Clearly, this forced Mr. Eshkol to step down, '" timeto
of now. it seems equally clear thai Israel learned
live without Mr. Ben-Gurion at the helm. Sentiment for 1
F.shko!
jeii Gurion."*1
appears to be mounting more than ever b. [ore Mi Ben ^ (
insists that he wants personal exoneration from res| >n ^ Mf
1954 "security mishap." and that the previous ,,x''n'< 'rd in'''
Lavon points the finger at him. may be malting In- '"' .'in th
name of his future image in history. Monolithic men
terms. aknut mor''
But Israel is mature enough today to be """* fj hi< 0c
than former heroes. This was the wa> of Abba f-bai ^ ,
political decline, who could not manage to free Mmseu
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day,
December 25. 1964
+Jenisti Fkridian
Paqe 5-
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
\hocked at Columnist's Conclusions
niTOR. The Jewish Flofldlan:
| imunicating with you
1 ., liona| chairman of the B'nai
v ''i Commisaton, which
T|k(. policy-making body for the
Ii.j'i B'lith Youth Organization.
Bhave before me a copy of the
iliimn which Leo Mindlin pre-
U,t for the Nov. 20 Issue of The
[,j.|; pioridian. l am shocked by
unwarranted and distorted
hclusions which he reached in
Ljnl tn plans for the relocation
[the District S BBYO Office. De-
iions :i to the location of Dis-
til ."> BBYO offices are made by
Kcials ol the B'nai B'rith Youth
tmmission and no other body or
Arsons I id he checked with me
I mal director, we would
live given him the facts regarding
ir desire t<> relocate our District
ffice.
There are two BBYO offices in
Iv ,-.,-ii a Greater Miami Reg-
ional Office and a District 5 Of-
1'ice. The obvious purpose of the
': r-r is to serve the 29 BBYO
(hjptcrs in Greater Miami. The
district office, which is financed
Iby the entire district, exists for
[the purpose of serving the entire
(district, which extends from
Maryland down to Florida.
The dehiafVd for the relocation
of the district office to a central
location has been made for man>
year-. In January, 1963, our nation-
al director informed all concerned
that the office would be relocated
as soon as the required funds be-
come available. The Board oi Gov-
ernors of B'nai Brith District
Grand Lodge No. 5 has voted to
provide the funds. The matter will
be reviewed by the Executive Com-
mittee of the Youth Commission
in mid-December, and, if that com-
mittee approves the plans, the of-
fice will be moved on Sept. 1.
In District 5. there are regional
BBYO -Offices for Baltimore.
Greater Washington and Virginia,
Atlanta, and Greater Miami. There
aie 44 BBYO croups in North Caro-
lina, South Carolina, the smaller
communities of Georgia, and up-
state Florida which are not at-
tached to any regional office.
jlhese croups are served directly
hy the district director. We believe
that these groups will be served
more effectively if the man who is
t > serve them is stationed in closer
proximity to them.
One of the duties of the district
director is the supervision of the
regional directors in Baltimore,
Washington, Atlanta, and Miami.
Mid Convention In Washington
[Four delegates will represent
[hi Southeast Region in Washing-
fr D.C., from Dec. 31 to Jan. 3
the fifth international conven-
I oi At id. college age organiza-
jo.. United Synagogue of Amer-
a
Rabbi Allen Kutchik. director of
Iho Southeast r.egion. announced
hat the delegates are Marshall
IsltucA, member of the Atid In-
onal Executive Board; Thc-
Schoi iberg, president of the
loth Torah Atid Chapter; Justin
of Beth Torah; and
ss R ichel Fitterman. affiliate
Ulai la, Ga.
Region now has three
ed ch ipters located at the
Miami, Dade Junior
I the first synagogue-
. .t Beth Torah Congre-
.1.1- are in the making
'.o be organized in the
lure at Temple Emanu-EI
Vhavath Achim Congre-
' i anta, Ga
Convention headquarters in
Washington will be the Willard
Hotel. Convention theme is "Ob-
serve and Remember the Sabbath
to Sanctity It."'
Among the resident staff will be
Dr. Morton Sicgel, director of
Jewish Education of the United
Synagogue of America, who has
just completed 14 years of service
as director of Youth Activities.
The Staff will be available for in-
dividual discussion throughout the
convention.
Seymour Mann is president ol
the Southeast Region. United Syn-
agogue of America.
We believe that he can supervise
them more effectively and better
handle emergency situations in
various parti of the district from
i central location than from the
southern tip.
The trend in B'nai Brith is to-
ward better coordination of the
various activities of the organiza-
tion, which have grown so rapidly
since the end of the war. To this
end. we have consolidated the na-
tional offices of all but one B'nai
B'rith agency in a single building
in Washington. More recently, we
have consolidated all B'nai B'rith
activities in New York, both na-
tional and local, in a single build-
ing.
We feel that it is desirable for
the District ." BBYO office to be
located near the district office of
the parent body. Contrary to what
Mr. Mindlin has indicated, this is
not the wish of the individuals
whom he cited in his article. It is
our own desire, based on our ex-
periences in various parts of the
country.
You may or may not agree that
these reasons for the relocation oi
the BBYO District office arc valid.
However, this is for the B'nai
B'rith Youth Commission to judge.
As for service in Greater Miami,
you may be sure that, while we
must be concerned for the welfare
of B'nai B'rith youth in the entire
district, the young people in Great- ]
er Miami arc as dear to us as any
other.
We now have an average of
one foil-time professional work-
er for every 36 groups in North
America. The BBYO chapters in
Greater Miami will receive ser-
vice of no less a quality and
hopefully more.
1 trust that you will publish this
letter so that your readers will
know who i- making the decisions
in this matter and why.
DAVID M BLUMBERG,
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization,
Washington, D.C.
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Ambassador's Ball to Ring Down Curtain
On Most Successful Year' of Bond Drive
Friday. December
In .\ festive setting of celebra
the Ambassador's Ball on Sat-
urdaj night :ii the Fontaincblean
Hotel "ill ring down the curtain
n the meat mccesaful Israel Bond
i r since the start of the pro-
Gaiety will be the keynote, high-
hted by diplomatic ceremon-
- debutante presentations and
a nationally acclaimed tribute to
Miami's Anna Brenner Meyers.
Pointing out that scores of no-
tables from all areas of commu-
nity life, as welt as from all sec-
tions of the state and nation are
expected to join in the event,
Sidney Ansin, chairman of pa-
trons of the Ambassador's Ball,
indicated that "the ball will be
a landmark in Miami history."
Leonard Rosen, chairman of the
(.reater Miami Israel Bond Organ-
isation, underscored that "the oc-
M will be a fitting celebra-
tion of th,< oomrmmiH s record-
smashing bond sale* in 196-1."
Rosen noted that the Israel Bond
campaign has set a goal of $2,500.-
000 for the year and that "all indi-
cations are that this total will be
surpassed.'"
The Amba sador's Ball, held an-
' Dually under the patronage of the
Ambassador of Israel and the
Governor of Florida, traditionally
brings to a climax the Israel Bond
campaign.
"In bringing together the repre
sentatives of foreign governments
vwlh.lliosc f our own nation and
Israel." Sidcy Ansin pointed out.
the Ambassador's Ball dramatic-
ally reflects the happy ties of the
community with Israel and the
great good thai is accrued to both."
This year, in addition to the
presentation of the diplomatic
corps and the debutante ceremony,
the ball will be the occasion where
honerees of I be year at synagogue
Israel Bon I dinners will be for-
mally presented, together with the
spiritual leader, president and
dinner chairman of each event.
Also to be presented will be the
Miami Beach Ha
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leadership ot
dassah.
The 1964 Ambassador's Ball
will be the scene of the Eleanor
Roosevelt Israel Humanitarian
Award to Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers. The presentation will be
made by Elliott Roosevelt, rep-
resenting the Roosevelt family.
Heading the committee for the
Ambassador's Ball, in addition to
Leonard Rosen and Sidney Ansin.
are Jack A. Cantor, grand mar-
sli.ii. Samuel Fnedland. honorary
chairman; J^ck S. Popick. chair-
man of the Executive Committee;
and .Maurice Revitz. chairman of
the Board ->l Governors. They are
assisted by ; roster Of patrons and
sponsors, uiiich includes the Great*
r
or Miami trustees i
community, state aiv I
leaders. and natj
The festivities wil
ertaa of reception |
"HI be a diplomatic [S3
the West Ballroom of tWH
bkau m honor I ,.'
oi foreign SOvernn^VXI
pay then- respects to th ,J
odor of Israel, a. Z Ali
lade Room, there will he l"!
"'"' tor debutantes and :hc1
the French Room, there t!3
chairman's reception for ?ro*J
participants. I
With the excepti I
presentations and a brie, .-., J
tne entire evening will be one!
celebration, music and r, .ncinJ
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tor Hans Grossman said "we
have collected a great deal of
proof" about the credibility of
witnesses who have testified dur-
ing the end of its first year.
The visiting court officials also
saw a film of the liberation of the
camp. Anton Keiners, an attorney
for two of the Nazi defendants,
broke down and wept during the
showing. He said he wished his 14-
e.ir-old daughter could see "this
! rrible place so she will know
what Nazism was." The film in-
cluded shots of child inmate-.
I Iding out thin tafooed arm- IS
they were led from the camp by
Soviet soldiers and Polish nuns.
The officials were accompanied
by Dr. Franz Lucas, a former
A ischwitl camp physician, and the
only one of the defendants who
agreed to join in the visit. Lucas
is charged with having selected
victims for immediate gassing on
arriving. They saw the "Black
Wall" in the camp where many
thousand- of Jews were shot They
stood there m silent tribute before
visiting Block Ten. where medical
experiments were carried out on
women victims, and Block Eleven,
then "disciplinary" block.
.Indue Walter lloiz said he never
saw such dreadful things in
concentrated form.
such
Report on Moslem-Jewish Relations
Continued from Page 1-A
Bengelloun said, "physicians, den.
t StS, lawyers of the Jewish faith.
practice unr'ir the same conditions
; their Moroccan fellow citizens "
Hi pointed out that three Jewish
i arliamentary represen tatives
i 8 been elected, one to the
House of Representatives and two
to the Chamber of Counsellor-
Morris B. Abram. president of
the Committee, told the Ambas-
sador: "We are pleased to recog-
nize that Morocco has completely
honored the commitment* of King
Mohamed V and Ins son King Has-
san II. that Jews of Morocco
would be full and equal citizens of
the country, and that their basic
rights would be protected." He
drew particular attention to tin-
fact that the Moroccan Govern-
ment hi- "honored the right of
fieedom of movement."
At a pre-s conference, court
officials said they took measure-
ments at the railway ramp, ex-
amined the distance between the
tracks and sought to establish
whether if would have been pos-
sible for witnesses watching from
the barracks to recognize the
camp personnel who selected
prisoners.
Visiting one of the ovens, the
jurists came to a large hole in the
ground. Some members went down
into the hole and raked the earth
with their fingers, extracting re-
mains of hone- and tufts of hair.
One of the visitors found in the re-
main- some words in Hebrew still
visiblethe Hebrew prayer for the
dead "El Mole Rachamin," (God
Full of Mercy.)
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, December 25, 1964
vJenist rhrkfion
Paqe 7-A
fepper, St. Pete Times to Receive
I5L Award in Human Relations Here
|aude Pepper, of Miami.
lulu St. Petersburg Times have
ted as the l%5 winners
Bliard L. Abess Human
.. Award, the Anti-Defa-
,',. eague of B'nai B'rith an-
Wednesday.
I Pepper was described by
airman Burnett Roth as
ite champion in the Con-
[ the United States of man's
I n-bis under the Con-
I and .' having sponsored
I i enabling citizens "to
, more fully in the
. i) i| i- America.'" In par-
Kolh pointed to Cong.
toper's vote for the Civil Rights
ol ".."! "as the only favorable
I a Florida congressman,
i the few in the South."
The general reporting, editor-
ils ano special articles found in
he S'. Petersburg Times were
liven i-i Roth as the reason this
newspaper was selected to re-
itf he award with Cong. Pep-
I, -i an area where segrega-
Itirmst -hinking is still powerful,
ihert extreme conservatism
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from N.Y, Jan. 5
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r will resume her winter
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y cruise to San Juan. St.
and St. Maarten, depart -
jr. fn i New York on Jan. 5. it
L. announced by Alfred Z. Kis.
f;ni Lines vice president for Pas
Irnger Traffic in the Western hem-
isphere.
The 25.338 gross ton luxury
iner suffered bow damage in a
oilision with a Norwegian tanker
'. the New Jersey coast on Nov.
which torced cancellation of
ic first three cruises on her 196-1-
sch< .Ic.
"While we deeply regret this un- i
ortunate accident," Kis said, "we,
ire delighted that the Shalom will
ie able to resume her cruise
chedule sooner than anticipated."
The big liner is undergoing repairs
Jl the Newport News Shipbuilding
and Drydock Co., Newport News.
'a., and will be ready for sea on
J-n. 3.
abounds, and where discrimina-
tion against Jews is to be found
in numerous places, the Times
has been a leading voice for lib-
eral thinking and reasonable
approaches to a resolution of
there problems," Roth stated.
Paul Seiderman, chairman ol
the Awards Committee, revealed
that because of the calibre of the
nominee-, "this is the first time
in the ten-year history <>f the
award that there will be two re-
cipients,
The award itself consists of a SI.-
000 contribution by Miami philan-
thropist Leonard I.. Abess, in hon-
or of the aw.irdee to ADL research
, in the field of human relations \
1 laque will also be part of the
presentation.
Previous awardees have included
Gov. LeRoy Collins. William C.
Baggs, Dr. II. Franklin Williams,
Mayor Robert King High, the late
Abe AronovltZ, Cody Fouler and
Dr. Henry King Stanford.
The award luncheon will be held
on Jan. 17 at the Duponl Plaza
Hotel at 12 noon.
ANNUAL FUNCTION SLATED JAN. 3
School Choir to Present Cantata
At Academy's Scholarship Dinner
CLAUDE PEPPER
JWV Games Party
Funds raised at the Murray Sol
omon Auxiliary. Jewish War Vet-
erans card james party on Tues-
di > evening will be used lor ser-
vice to veterans. Mrs. Norman
Levine v as chairman of the affair
held at the Minyonaires, 3737 Bird
ltd.
The Hebrew Academy Choir, un-
der the direction of Mrs. Miriam
Donnerstag, will present a special
cantata, "An Ode to Learning," as
E highlight of the 17th annual
scholarship fund dinner of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy
at the Deauville Hotel on Jan. 3.
Written by Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, Academy principal, for the
testimonial salute to Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Reinhard, oi Miami Beach,
Academy founders, the cantata
will be narrated by three students
,il the Beach school.
The narrators are Sandra Ehren-
r< ch, Mark Schickman and Chaim
Sukenik.
Mn-e than 50 youngsters form
the Academy Choir, and Mrs.
Donnerstag. music director of the
school, promises some 'special
surprises" will be an integral part
of the cantata.
Members of the choir include
I mda Augenstein. Baylene Bourn.
Karen Zuckciman. Mindy Bastack,
Linda Ehrer.ieich. Alisa (Jei^ev,
Robert Reinhard, Lenore Bienen-
feld, Rebecca Babouri, William
I nberg, Harry Peters, Shciiytn
Muchnik.
Jane Post, Linda Zuckerman,
Judy Rubin, Barbara Bcrkowitz,
Ronnie Simon. Cila Berger, Soryl
Sthreiber, Howard Self, Fanny
Behar, Susan Moss, Shari Pollack,
Judy Malavsky, Dahlia Abramo-
v itz, Rhonda Kass. Larry Crenet,
e Sukenik, Howard Wtttela
and llarbe; Plederman.
Jan Safr.i. Judith Rosencwaig,
M iria m Greenberg, Ranaanah
Swirsky, Tobi Firtel, Andrew Sand-
ier. James Resnikowitz, Harry
Goodman, Stuart Baumel. Steven
I echtner, Martin Sturman, Jacob
Weiss, Saul Abusiewiez, Joel
Breeh. Jacob Praschnik. Kenneth.
Samuels, June Schechter and Sula
Tamen.
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vJewistFkrkfian
Friday. December 25. k
Cohen Elected President
Miami Sports Car Chil,
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CANTOR SAUL BJrHH
Cantor Breeh Will
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Hj Posnei. chairman of the
\tli annual concert of Temple
er Tamid, lo he held at the Tem-
le on .lan. >. announced this week
Kit one of the featured stars ot
le sala event will be Cantor Saul
Breeh.
Cantor Br ch has heen affiliated
ith Ner Tamid for the past three
pars. He officiates at Ner Tamid
eliniou> rices, and has per-
rmed l<>e ill) at many Zionist.
t'nai B'ritli and Israel Bond at
irs. He m -t recently appeare I
t the Miami Beach Auditorium
u the .lew h National Fund Ken
dy Memorial
H liturgical and i.-raeli pres
nl turns wee enthusiastically re>
lived.
Cantnr Breeh has studied with
ationally known voice teacher,
v;e\ander Vishinsky, and with the
.te Cantor Mordecai Hirschman.
For the gala event on Jan. 9.
antor Breeh v ill offer liturgical,
'iddish ani! Israeli folk snn'j-.
Also starn,,- v dl be Tony Daryll,
oted Broai y and screen star
Beth Torah Men
Hear Cardiologist
Men", Club ol Beth Torah Con
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litchell. internisl and cardiolo-
.-t. lecture on "Care of the Heart
tier 40" recently.
On Saturday evening, Dec 5, the
lub held a square dance and
atke party ir. the congregation so-
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erved, and a weekend for two at
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A one act Chanuka comedy.
ilarionette Mutiny."' with Junior
Menorah Players and directed by
Cantor Edward Klein was fea-
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terhood journal kick-oft recently
:n the Social Hall.
Mrs. Essie Wolf, Mrs. Lawrence
IVeston and Sol l-'rankel were co-
chairmen.
The S;-. rhood held its paid-up
membership part;, on Wednesday
evening in the Social Hall.
Pellets Visit
Goodrich Tire Co.
Morton and Ronald Pallot, presi-
dent and vice president of Norton
Tire Company, wenl lo the B. F.
inch Com pan) headquarters
in Akron, (i. recent!) tor a series
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Louis E Pallot is founder Of Hie
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Harrow, program vice pre-ident,
and co-chairman. Mrs. Arthur Jur-
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Cast members are Mesdames
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mel. Herbert Kaplan. Richard
Schwartz, Jack Segal. Lawrence
Weston. Margaret Blistein. Irving
Wechsler, Ceil Mirowitz, Wilbur
Wishner. Jack Rodriguez, and Sel-
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Decerr-ber 25. 1964
*Jmlsti rttrkiiair
Paqe 9-A
First Combined Jewish Appeal Business and
Proles: .onal meeting of the 1965 campaign is
held by the Accountants Division at the Du-
pont P.aza Hotel. Accountants announced a
17 per.ent increase over the 1964 division din-
ner ai i heard Joseph J. Lyman, Washington
attorney, as guest speak?r. left to right are
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Albert J. Beer, chairman ot the
division, announced that 40 pledges
were r' eived starting the divi-
sion's i mpaign with an increase
ot 17 pi cent over 1064.
"Wt are proud that we were
able tc start our campaign with
.. large number of pledges from
leaders of the division, setting
the pace in increased giving,"
Beer decluied.
Outstanding Washington Attor-
ney '<"- ph .1. Lyman spoke on
"Personal Hazard to CPA's in Tax
Fraud Case."
Lyman w a introduced by Sidney
Lefcourt, president ol the Greater
Eshkol Backed by Mapai Party;
Ben Gurion Suffers Big Defeat
Continued from Paoe 1-A
i it v :- marked by popular
istrations, one in Haita and
v students an I (acuity
bcrs of Bar-liar. University. Even
wall po ters appeared m Tel Aviv
ii>.->ailinj him.
The old warrior indicated, nev-
ertheless that he intended to keep
in. his fight, declaring in a letter
to the Central Committee, that "no
demonstrations, no posters, not
cu'ii thi pleadings of the people''
would move him from his decision
' achieve an trutl
Eshttl promptly made a na-
tion-wice broadcast to explain
the controversy. He said that
v/hile he fe't that most members
of his Government believed the
proposed feud, were deprived of
the possibility of deciding accord-
ing to their consciences. He had
therefore resigned.
Referring to the 1054 mishap"
and saying he could not describe it
tor security reasons, he cited the
,l;|m i the I960 Ministerial
C'< inmittce al solving Lavon and
then Ben-Gurion's revival of the
issue last October with his demand
for a new istigation. He relt-
i rate i his belief that Ben-Gurion's
c aimed nev evidence did not
justify reopening the controversy
. i at i he hoped to organ-
nev a eminent much like
I he one he resigned.
.Miami Jewish Federation, a lead-
in. member <>i the accounting pro-
fe don.
Daniel Neal Heller, local attor-
ney discussed the I9t>3 CJA needs
loi serving Jewry both at home
i and abroad.
Pasl National Commander of
[he Jewish War Veteran- and
Florida Stale chairman of the
l J.\ Young Leadership Campaign
L'abinet, Hell) r noted that once
jgain in 1963, a record number ol
Jews will be on ii"1 move through-
, ut tl c wot ;" Israel and to free
nations, en ting from lands of
[ear and <: < 'ion
"We rtv provide them with
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star* a ne re ill a land of iree-
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of a growi | Miami community,"
he saici.
Beer ann ice I I lal in keeping
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Friday, December 25,
1964
HE'LL BE HONORED AT TEMPI* ISRAEl FRIDAY EVE
Pat Answers Do Nothing to Solve Human
Rights Question, Teen-Agers Here Learn
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, at 90# Leaks Back
On a Long Career d Service to Humanity ^rt::i:szri:z
The question of human rights is
far more co-nplex than can be set-
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
lht' Magazine Digest, in its
. r issue <>i 1938. tells
o I nitariai 5 met on Apr 23 ot
. sami al r npl Israel
Greater Miami to organize the
Unitarian Church, The
e article quotes the rabbi of
, [j who was present
i the opening saj
l prt fei to serve -> na-
i s in out s w jere the i -
l nitarian church, because this
stitution has a clet effect
,pon the community." The rabbi.
\ course was Dr Jacob H. Kap-
.m. who helped i '> in
tning that church
The depression fog was -
fting, and contributions for new
hurcnes were not forthcoming
salaries hud bun reduced all
.round Yet to organize the Uni-
arians, Rabbi Kaplan donated
he sum of 9)200. a generous glfl
or a clergyman in those lean
ears Th< Digest evidentlj con-
idered il unusual, if nol strai
r a rabbi to assist in the (cumi-
ns* ol a church; fur despite some
intrary opinion, most people re
ard Unitarian ideology as Chris-
ian. notwithstanding the com
ilainl of some Fundamentalists
il i- entirely too liberal.
Second Religion
Bui liberalism ha- always been
second religion to Dr. Jacob H,
Caplan, who might be designated
i liberal humanist it was em
ihasis on liberal principles in re-
igiOD, ethics, philosophy, and so
ial relations that he found most
(tractive about the Unitarian
thos In his own religion. Dr
\aplan (ound ils most liberal ex-
ireasion in Reform Judaism.
Inch arose in the early 19th
entury as a revolt and a protest
garnst Orthodoxy, which might
i regarded as the Fundamental-
>t aspect of Judaic monotheism.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN
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Jacob H. Kaplan wa.- born in
1874. and Temple Israel cele-
brates his 90th birthday on Fri-
day night. One is tempted to
mull over the changes that have
taken place in the world since his
birth Europe had only two re
publics then. France and Switz-
erland. The telephone had not
yet been invented. Electricity
was net used in homes, in loco-
motion or industry. And yet in
our time, it has become difficult
Continued on Page 12-A
Southeast United Synagogue Region Cites Sussman
More than 30 congregations rep-
tenting the Southeast Region of
United Synagogue ol America.
nclttded important deliberations
lecting the future of Jewish life
the recent biennial conference
the United Synagogue's South
st Region held in Jacksonville
i)i". Morton Siegel, director ot
e Depart mint of Education of
e United Synagogue of America.
I seminal on intermarriage, a
college age program for youth, and
reported on a new research area
in the fii-kl ol iducation.
Rabbi Mcrton Leifman, regis-
ter of the Teachers Institute of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
o< America, reported on the ac-
complishments of the joint Co-
lumbia University-Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America pro-
gram of Jewish studies on the
college level.
erry Sussman, outgoing president of the Southeast Region
A he United Synagogue of America. U shown here receiv-
ig a plague in recognition "for his distinguished service for
ne years 1962 to 1964." Making the presentation (right) is
'-'hilip Selber. past president of the Southeast Reqion, member
A the national Board of Directors of the United Synagogue of
America, and president of the Jacksonville Jewish Center,
""he conference was held at the Jacksonville Jewish Center.
Rabbi Harry Epstein, president
of the Southeast Region of the Rab-
binical Assembly ol America, and
spiritual leader of Ahavath Achim.
Synagogue, Atlanta, (la., spoke on
(he importance of lav leadership.
while Rabbi Morton Wallack. ot
Temple Beth El. Birmingham,
Ala., outlined the directions syna-
gogues must take to meet the new
challenge lacing the future.
Jerry Sussman. of Temple Men-
orah, of Miami Beach, outgoing
president of the region, was pre-
sented a plaque in recognition ol
distinguished service, while Sey-
mour .Mann, ot Temple Sinai, Hol-
lywood, was elected president.
Also elected to office was Philip
Schiff, of Beth David, vice presi-
dent.
In addition Schiff was appointed
chairman Ol the Regional Youth
Commission.
Heart Volunteers
Honored Here
Hear) Sunday volunteers were
red at a "Thank You" coffee
and open house at the new Hear!
Association office, 50M Biscayne
Blvd., on Sunday from 3 to s p.m
Awards were presented to the
Heart Sunday volunteers who
ted during the 1964 Heart Fund
hi i\ e
Speakers al the coffee were
Michael O'Neil, chairman of the
board of the Heart A-social ion of
Greater .Miami; Dr. Bdward st
Mary, president; and Dr. Marvin
L. Meitus. president-elect
A highlight of the occasion was
exhibition of the most recent
paintings and sculptures by Miami
artist Sylvia Glassberg.
by 380 delegates to (he 11th annual
teenage conclave of the Y.M-
YttllA of Greater Miami.
Assembled at the Dupont Plaza
Hotel, the teenagers, repre-enting
3i' clubs sponsored by three "Y"
branches, hi ard this message de-
veloped by keynote speaker Tal-
Diadge W Fair, executive director
i i the Greater M iam i Urban
League, and then convened in
eight concurrent workshops to dis-
cover the complexities lor them-
i ves,
In his address on the Conclave
theme. 'Your Rights or the Other
Person'Which are Mole Impor-
tanl '", Far made the following
major prints:
The rights of people are deier-
;. ned by values that are held in
common.
some rights are unequal. SUCh
as those of parents and children.
but (his is socially accepted so that
conflict is reduced.
People sometimes i irget the
values of their society when pur
suing their i wn sell interesl
Conflicts may arise between
the values Ivocated and the spe-
cific practices in use
Pair asked the delegates, in 'he
workshops to follow, to consider
v nether the.v would resolve con
f] cts of rights with reason in-lead
i self-inten st; whether they were
billing to examine their present
standards; whether they could
iiork others; whether they could relin-
quish old standards to help the
rights of all. whether they would
ri cognize 'hat disrespect for
their own; and whether, in fact,
neither "your rights nor the other
person's were more important."
At the luncheon session, the an-
nual community service trophy
as presented by "Y" President
Herschel Rosenthal to Linda Ed-
wards, president of the Delta Ps,
Gamma Girls Club ol the Miami
"Y." The club was chosen as the
outstanding group in the field of
.ervice work for the past year.
Conclave Co-Chairman Robert
Stone opened the day with a wel-
coming message and introduced
his co-chairmen. Ida Oticnbach
and Gail Steinfink
Miss Offenbach, who represented
the "Y" at (he National Teen-Age
Conference on Human Rights last
summer at Princeton University,
gave a brief talk on the meaning
i 1 the conclave. Laura C.imble led
the singing ol the national anthem.
while How aid Hyman gave the in-
vocation and I'atti Geller the ben
edict ion.
Following the luncheon meeting,
the workshop sessions were con-
ducted, and ihe day ended with a
t;.lent shi .'. nil dance.
Abe S. Goldman, pioneer
Miami resident and civic
worker, was installed pres-
ided, of the Beth Kodesh
Men's Club recently at
the David Lynn Cher House
Restaurant in Miami. J. Ed-
win Larson, treasurer of the
State cf Florida, wo:s install-
ing officer.
?ost-Confirmancfc
At Beth Am
Post Confirmation club oi
pic Beth \n. played host to the
Confirmation Class of l%5 on Sun
day morning in the Temple YoiUh
Lounge. Breakfast was served aim
Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard met
v ;th the group for an informal dis-
cussion.
Jack Goldstein, president, an-
nounced that the following guests
were present:
Ellen Altschuller. Helen Fruit-
stone. Sheila Aronson, Sam (Mo-
slem, Kathy Waldman. Jean Ra>
km. Eliot Abbott. Judy Fagin, Rob-
in Selditi h, Margie Isi-. Patti Abel.
Sandy Goldstein, .loan Katien.
F.llen Sherman. Karen KlUglick
l.uk Guntber, Lizabeth Diamond.
David Leopold. Debby Zuckerman.
Janet Anauoi. Karen Kme-tr.
.Minda Steinberg. Karen Steinberg
Gars Kronengold, Jim Harris, Leo
Cowan, James Jordan. Robin Cm-
enbhim, Michael Ann Miller, Jar.-
ice Baum ind Brenda Fox.
Sinai Rummage Sale
Sisterhood of Temple Sinai of
North Hade is current.) holding
a rummage sale at 13126 W. Dixie
llwy., No. Miami The -lore i-open
Monday through Saturdaj com 9
a m. to -l p in A New Year's Eve
cotillion will be held at Temple
Sinai on De 31 from B p.m. unto
dawn.
Diane Matza, tenth grade student at Ihe Hebrew Acad "
Senior Hiqh School for Girls, receives citation rePre*?n '.
the Executive Club ol Miami Beach "Youth ol the Mj*
Award. The award, presented monthly by the Exu -
Club, is made to the student selected by the schoolIs tacu_ >
as the outstanding student in citizenship and schoiar
Diane is he first student ol the newly-organized Hebrew ft
emy Senior High School lor Girls to receive this aw -
Making the presentation is Dr. Jerome Berke, chairman oi
Youth ol the Month Committee for the Executive Club. j.
ing on are Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Matza, parents


Friday. December 25, 1964
rJcnisli fhradmr
Paqe II-A
Cedars Gives Sandier Award
Jack L. Sandier, vice president
and general manager of Radio
Station WQAM, ha- been present-
ed the "Order of Hie Cedar Splin-
Expeiiencing 'he joy nf sharinq. children of
Temple Beth Sholom celebra'ed Chanuka by
sendinq qilts to kraeli childien in the Sh;p-a-
Box projec' sponsored by the National Council
of Jewish Women. Lett to nqht are Mark
Voqel, Linda Hoffman, Miss Bea Goldstein,
teach Seidel Named
CJA Coordinator
hum; Soidol, executive vice
pioident of Beth Torab Congre-
' will act a- volunteer coordi-
nator for a Combined Jewish Ap-
:i .1 program in the No. .Miami
Be ich area.
I am pleased that Mr Seidel
will coordinate a program of edu-
ratioo and of involvement in our
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
. n 1 Combined Jewish Appeal in
he North Miami and North Miami
Bract area-." Arthur S. Rosichan,
! i,(.'ration executive director.
Mated.
The residents of this fast
qrowing area, comprising an ex-
ceedingly large Jewish popula-
tion, are among the people with
whom we, of Federation and our
community health and welfare
agencies, are personally con-
cerned.
["hey have much to contribute
our programs and to our sup-
it. and equally as important, we
mow that they are aware of the
any Federation agencies that
rve them and their families.
"Among these are the Bureau of
.\M VM and YWHA, the Jewish
. -ne for the Ayed. Jewish Familj
. nd Children's Service, and other
utstanding agencies in our Miami
! ^deration." Rosichan added.
Mrs. Joseph Fields, NCJW Ship-a-Box Com-
mittee chairman. In coopi-rotion with the
Bureau of Jewish Education, NCJW volunteers
annuclly collect toys and educational ma-
terials in the Jewish school* for shipment to
Israel. Mrs. Jack Kardou is Section chairman
of the project.
IRVING SEIDEl
David Pinski
Oneg Shabbat
David Pin>ki Folk School Oneg
Shabbat was held at the Farband
Center. 8t? Washington Ave., on
i riday evening. Lazar Lasavin,
principal ol Ihe school, spoke about
"Biblical Personalities."
Excerpts of poetry by the Jew-
ish writer. Chaim Grade, were pre-
sented by Sam Nashkin.
There was also community sing
ing, with Ben Yomen, choir con-
ductor.
Spielman to be Speaker
lacol) Spielman presented a
on "Moses Mendelsohn"' be-
: re Chug Ivri. Hebrew-speaking
-up of North Miami Beach, on
Wednesday, 2 p.m.. at Temple Ner
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were invited to siny songs from
their Chanuka program for the
Aviva Chapter of Hadassah on
Monday at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. Landau.
Childien participating were Max
April. Peter Brown. Jackie Cul-
lin, Adricnne Friesner. Wayne
Horowitz, Steven Lewis, Stacey
Mar.Murck. Barbara Sheldon and
Susan Steinberg, as a living men-
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and Adam Friedson and Karen
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Mrs. Al Feinglass directed the
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program were by Mrs. Trintz, pro-
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Chapter, and Mrs. Saul F'enick. di-
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Reunion Here
Tenth anneal reunion oi Camp
Pinewood, Hendersonville, N ('..
was held a" the Delano Hotel on
Saturday at ? p.m.
Director-. Dr. and Mrs. Donald
11 Michelson and Mr. and Mrs.
Eli L. Meltzcr planned a festive
afternoon to celebrate the 10th
season of the summer camp for
children which has been under the
same ownership and directorship
slice its Inception.
Honored guests were Mrs. A.
A. llayden. principal of Bay Har-
bor Elementary School, and Mil-
ion Feinstein, coach of Miami
Peach High School, first head
counselors at Pinewood
Every camper and stall member
who attended Pinewood was hon-
ored, and pictures of the 1955
I camping season were shown, as
'well a> those of the past summer.
The reunion was the official kick-
i II lor the 1965 camping season
ter" Award by Miami's Cedar- Of
Lebanon Hospital.
The award. flrsl ol a series to
presented annually on the h -
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to Sandier "lor his oufslanfli
. ork in creating a favorable i -
age of the hospital." said Ha
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*J+Histncridian
Friday. December 5
Dr. Kaplan, at 90, Looks Back on Long Career
Continued from Page 10-A
to wualizc life without the auto.
t< -l-irfE of kf plant's '
\- .1 young student, Jacob H.
Kaplan chose the ministry in Re-
in Judaism for his lift -ort
At the turn of the century, bitter
ess as rife between the then
two branches ol American Juda-
ism Orthodoxy charged the Re-
formers with secularizing Jewish
life, with undermining the aae-
old foundations of Judaism, with
transforming the synagogue into
a church with Protestant over-
tones
Suspicion and Hostility
Reformers countered by accus-
ing the Orthodox ol carrying me-
dieval obscurantism over into an
enlightened age, of rigidly adher-
ing to the letter and by-passing
the spiritual and the ethical that
inheres in the Torah. Like in
most secess ons from established
authority, the quarrel often bc-
cami violent and even acrimon-
i Israel seemed to be drifting
h to opposite camps, each regard-
h the other with suspicion and
hostility.
Vet Rabbi Kaplan never allow-
ed himself to be drawn into par-
i -.in feuds. A rational, convinced
and dedicated rabbi in the Re
form winy, he nevertheless ven-
erated the old Oithodox matron,
who had preserved her children
fiom disintegration for two mil-
lenia under such persecution as
befell no ot'ier ptople throughout
recorded history. The rabbi main-
tained friendship- with his op-
ponent* in theology and com-
anded respect in the Orthodox
eircles ol all cities in which he
held a Reform pulpit.
All this does not mean that
''i Kaplan was merely a
I ilen) conformist, who never
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stepped into the controversial
arena. Far from it He could
lake a position on the unpopular
iioM and withstand the barb- and
darts of bitter discord. His cs-
pousal ol Zionism was eloquent
testimony that proved him a man
ol conviction, indifferent to criti-
cism of del.-.on.
Relic of Barbarism
As bitter as the Reform -Ortho-
dox dispute was. the controversy
over the Zionist movement was
even more rancorous The ma-
jority of Ea>t European extrac-
tion favored a Jewish state as a
haven for the persecuted in Mid-
dle and Eastern Europe and
other benighted lands. The Re-
formers, longer integrated in the
American environment, dismiss-
ed the Zionist idea as uneccss.try:
they argued that anti-Semitism.
a relic of barbarianism. was on
the wane and would soon disap-
pear. The rise of Hitler and
Nazism proved how wrong they
were.
It is to the credit of Dr. Kap-
lan that he swam against the tide
when he favored the Zionist
cause. The vast majority of his
colleagues in the Reform min-
istry were strongly anti-Zionist.
Yet he. one of a handful of Re-
formists, opened his pulpit in Cin-
cinnati, the Reform citadel of
Zionist opposition, to speakers on
Zionism. One Friday evening,
he introduced from his pulpit the
famous peoples' lawyer. Louis D.
Brandeis. to lecture on Zionism
Rabbi Kaplan ignored the objec-
tions of his influential trustees.
The following year. Woodrow Wil-
son nominated Branded tu the
I'.S. Supreme Court.
After graduating from the He-
brew Union College. Jacob H.
Kaplan held pulpits in Albuquer-
que. N.Mex : Selma. Ala.: Terre
Haute Ind.: and in the Reading
Road Temple of Cincinnati. In
Selma. he published Kaplan's
Magazine, and in Albuquerque he
issued, in connection with a
Christian minister. "The Bar-
barian," the only instance of a
joint publication by a Rabbi and
a Christian. After receiving his
PhD from the Denver University.
Dr. Kaplan wrote "The Psychol-
Og) of Religion." a thesis on the
prophetic mind as manifested by
the ancient Hebrew prophets.
This study received the endorse-
ment of noted scholars such as
Prof. D. E. Phillips, of the Uni-
versity of Denver. Dr. G. Stanley
Hall, president of "American
Journal of Religious Education."
and Dr. William Rainey Harper,
president of the University of
Chicago
A Modest Aim
In the early 1920s, the Miami
Jewish community was small and
the Conservative synagogue. Beth
David fully served its religious
needs. On May 18. 1922. a group,
which desired the Reform serv-
ice, seceded and formed Temple
Israel. The trustees envisioned
a small synagogue and purchas-
ed a lot 100 by 150 ft., on NE
13th St.. near Biscayne Bay. and
hoped to realize somehow their
modest aim. Soon the Miami
boom began to spiral, and the
Phipps Estate purchased the lot
for S215.000. a fantastic figure
even for that bizarre period. This
lot is now Biscayne Blvd., front-
ing Sears Roebuck, and has been
traveled on by millions of auto
riders. The boom tripled the Mi-
ami population, and the Jewish
community grew likewise. With
the proceeds of the sale and the
increased membership, the trus-
tees planned to build the splendid
edifice that is now Temple Israel.
The next problem involved the
selection of a rabbi to serve a
heterogeneous congregation of
newcomers hailing from the
length and breadth of the land.
Many bed Orthodox or fionserva-
tive%WAgr*MrS'*rne wer? ar-
dent Zionists others had a Re-
form tradition that went back
several generations A commit-
tee traveled to Cincinnati, the
center ot Reform Judaism, for
advice and guidance as to the
choice of a rabbi. With a full un-
derstanding of the problems in-
volved, the president and faculty
of the Hebrew Union College rec-
ommended Rabbi Kaplan lor
Temple Israel, which was as yet
only a blueprint.
Hurricane Damage
Rabbi Kaplan officiated at his
first High Holiday service in Mi-
ami at the Central High School.
now the U.S. Post Office. On
Yom Kippur. past midnight, the
worst hurricane in the memory
of Floridians struck on Sept 18.
1926, and caused the loss of
many lives, besides great prop
city damage. The ruin and de-
struction impoverished numerous
residents causing them to seek
food and shelter. Relict money
poured in from many states, am
the local charities were strained
to their limits. Rabbi Kaplan
was able to induce his trustees to
allocate $1,000 for the hurricane
sufferers out of the earmarked
fund for building the temple.
On Feb. 17. 1928. Dr. Kaplan
dedicated the newly completed
Temple that now stands at 137
NE 19th St For a generation, he
fulfilled all expectations to such
a degree that on May 9. 1931. he
was elected for life. He preserv-
ed cordial relations with the
Orthodox and Conservative syna-
gogues and maintained numerous
friendships among varied groups
of Christians and Jews.
He lectured on philosophy at
the University ol Miami and
completed another book. "Sparks
from a Mental Ami
sums up the thought
ence. and philosophy
time. The recipient
honors, he was presii
Rabbinical Associatii
Miami and also of the >.
of Rabbis of the*Stall
Many More Birt-:
Always universally
respected, he Rives
i"---""-' when on
"-'-r normjts. :
the pulpit and offers
benediction on tin -
..,.. \j.i uec. ~o. iii-
and admirers ill p
Israel to celebrate his P
day. Everyone pn
hopes to wish the vi
Jacob II. Kaplan i-
happy birthdays.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st Const rv.itive. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
HOMESTEAD JEWSH CENTER. 8th Van '"'j. ilaufchU-r of I'i
i.ni Kermnn: "The It.llRlmi
>! Jvhuh. Kiiturday I"-::" a.m. Ser-
monette: "Some Ailvie. from .Ipsiih
lien Mrueh."
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Stflinur.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rahbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviaer.
hVliliij s:1."i p.m, i'.ii:. i;. homecoming
nervlf. I'n.v. \l.in We* tin of t'olum- I
i.in I'nlverHltj and Itabbl Kronlnh will
participate in i rUitlouii,, i.n "i lanm r
hi ih- Itluhl S mini.ii i i". ,i ni
Itar Mltitvuli: Tim Unit*, ......r Mr. i
ami Airs. Johi-pli Sliarpe: k.i- Mltx-I
Hfe th. N.mi. -
IjETH ':*EL. 711 40th St. Ortho-
oo. R.tci Berei Wein.
-
BETH ,'TOB. 301-311 Washinqton
v modox. Cantor Maurice
St., Homeste.i-1 Conservative. Can-
tor Pincus Aloof
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SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. C.intor Louis Cohen.
I- iilii ml v |. Seinini Voii
i '.in'i I'i ,.\. ii Ii) M< *
II...;. .1 iiiuhl. Vli ii I Air-.
N.....i.hi It.i.--
Ml-

BETH -:DESH. HOI SW 12th Ave. I!"..... I'ci Satin i- a.m
Traditional. Rabbi Max Sei i Portion ol W'ri

Cantor Benjamin Ben An.
m Si-i.'li.....I -
i N. Win II
Sal n :.i> s 1.1 i n
\ KxihIiih.' I Mkcu
i h< I'. i n
..n .it |. in A I him -
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o
L "OSHE CONGREGATION
Dwie Hwy. Conservative.
p h .rd Marcovitz. Cantor
- H "kes.
:n
Itn* Mitw Ii w ni-.
Mi ltll.nl i VVIIIIh All
I I 'riiw it nl

unl .... i Sa I i. y

E -AH. 935 Euclid Av- Or-
. Rabbi Joseph E. R.ickovsky
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| I -H. 164th St. and NE 11th
~. MrV.ttiva. Rabbi Max Lip-
Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
.1 > ". p in li|| M i
lUuglitcl .'i Mr. 'I -
n Salunlii .i in
. Jack, s...... M
Kata: I! nld>. mn i I i
Mn Sn>dei.
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I |4 RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
c v.-.tive. Rabbi Harold Richtei
C.intor Jack Lerner.
,n s.' in..ti "8j mplumy
, Satui'da) > : in i ar
... nncth, w>n < Mr. and
Mi- M Ignnl.
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAQOG v ishington Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H Stern.
I ....
I i. I:. :, I
\\ ,. I 1 i
il Uii'l i: I .' p. ii
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei. Ca itor Abraham Reiseman.
I'i Ida} v in p.m. s. rnion: "Tin i
No I'll. ii. i. .In Who KiiKlavi-M \"oii
\'.- ."' satin tlaj '..... I'.ai Mhx-
vali M Ii i. I and Arllnii mi ii- .-i Mi
i..... AU-. I'hillp IVtinnk.i
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TEMPLE EMANU-FL. 1701 Washing,
ton Ave. Conservative, Raobi living
Leh-'inan. Cantor Zvi Adkr.
..in Si-r\ii ili il Ii i |n
rulli'Ui .. ;i Si-i muii "i iiii I
iii on Iln< i i m .>
Kll I- ...... 'Iiii- N'i-\\ -
, iinli Miss |;..- i ,
t'ni\. rsii > Mi.i llari llusi n
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1419 Euclid Ave Mnlleul
O-t-iodo. Rabbi u.iv,j Lehrfleld.
Clntor Abr.lh.iui Seif

II.
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i .'Ii- Wa.M
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. \-0NAiRbS CONGREGATION.
Bud Rcl Modern Tradition.il.
- e
JOI rHWEST CENTf.R 64:3 SW 8th
s,t Coi Ra Zavi Green-
wald,
.:

III Si '
lln I..i II Mil I ""
Mrs Sanui K 17.1

iEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Rev. C.intor S.iai Nah-
mias.
- .1. ,. in a.m. Si'i'-
Kxl.....ii- '-' mil
e
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURL'N. Con-
arvative. '025 NE 183rd St.. Miami
Gardens Ril Raubi Jonah E. Caplan.
Cantor Maurice Neil.
I i ii.i.. ::!.'......I
ll.ii .Milxvali
Ml ami Mrs Iruin
..t All .Hi.I All- M> lull I
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
11. Kaplan
! V,. In ill
\ !..t. II. 1 111 I
.....n: lllil I M
nf Ih. I'I
w lii-n IM Kaplii
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e
TEMPLE JUDEA. 3?0 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Moms Kip-
per.
! '.- \\ -I -. .
Tin- Ni'M
S .ni: -i I I III .!,:: -I'i
i. nt.- t.. in in.....i i mi simiiii.il
...ill, I ,, ii.- lull \' i,. II ,- : III
Sj 11..-----_ ii i .i ii' to I'ri pare the Sm-
i ,'i. Mrs. M nu u
VValdm-r "ill LI- s I hi> Salili-uli i-an-
dli Suiuribo 11 ii m
e
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Raobi Mayer Abram-
l-'riilai K:|."i ji m. Sermon:
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION SHEMOT
"And he !oiiki-d and. behold, the bush burned with fire,
and the bush was not consumed" (Exod. 3:2).
"And Moses hid his face; for he was afraid to look upon
God" (3:6).
Shemot The children of Israel increased and multiplied
and the land of Goshen was filled with them. But a new king
arose in Egypt, one who had not known Joseph. He said to his
people: "The children of Israel are too many and too mighty
for us: come, let us deal wisely with them lest they multiply:
and it shall come to pass that, when there befalleth us any war.
they also shall join themselves unto our enemies, and fight
against us, and get them up out of the land" (Exod. 1:9-10).
The new Pharaoh made slaves of the Hebrews. He also
commanded that every newborn male infant was to be cast into
the river Nile, However. Moses was saved from this infanticide
by the king's daughter and grew up in the Pharaoh's court. He
was forced to flee Egypt after slaying an Egyptian, whom he
found mistreating a Hebrew slave. Moses went to Midiau. where
lie tended sheep lor his father-in-law, Jethro, in the desert near
.Mount Hoieb. God appeared to Moses in a burning bush and
told him to return to Egypt, for it was his mission to liberate
the children of Israel and lead them to the land of Canaan. With
the help of his brother, Aaron. Muses united the Hebrew slaves
into a people. Then, he came before Pharaoh with God's demand
that he "let My people go."
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is ex-
tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher is
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Secularization in Rabbinate
May be Offset by Meditation
By RABBI HAROLD RICHTER destroy that individuality and the
spark of originality which are vi-
"Are the increasing seculariiation *' to ones personality. The rabbis
tendencies of the rabbinate a should therefore try to be thein-
detriment to Judaism?" selves, their better selves, of.
[course. It is in this way that they,
I am reminded of a tale about '* R* Bunam. can draw nigh
the noted and very colorful Ha- H>OS who have become estranged
from God and the teachings ot
V..irli S.il.l.illi I'.irti. i:..iti:- l.lmlll I i|>, r. .lit \Ui- Mitsvalt: .1 : ll I .
I-, ,,i i>:Mi, Junior r.:ii-'-i. Sleyen rtntiffliter : Mr, und Mm. MiiihIiiiII
_ w _______... i--.,.-,I iiji.i. .run >r i 'Hi-v. ,-n-ii n ,i;itit: ni-r Air. ;iiiu Air- ai.ii.-iiiiii
Clba\ me BREW CIRCLE OF mi- ,,' ,,*|",.| ,., pi,,|J|n: Walter KriUM-r. Saturday I' n.ni Rnr Mils-
avi I! o Washington Ave. Ortho- py,,.,,' |,v,.,-i> f Miami Stitilnlny yah: Jeffrey, win "f Mr. tunl Miv,
Rabbi Dov Rozencw-'ig, ,: ^ m >t ,.,,,. -|,;,. ., :..i--li ii ami Irving UiiliMim. S. ni..... "Weekly
- Sinvi ri I'll.-i llo Turn I'm tln
FL^r.LER GRANADA 50 NW 51st .------ -----
P Conservative. Rabbi David Rot- TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N Krndall TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
enfM. Cantor George Goldberg. Dr., So- Miami. Retoim. Rabb. TalUIII Wateway. Modern Tradi-
iorvle< Herbert Ba.nngard. tional. Raboi Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY- |-r|rlu> X:13 p.m. Kntunla) :" ii
WOOD. 1351 S- 14th Ave Reform. |Uir Miizv.ih: llriM'e, Mill Mr ml
Maurloi Rabbi Samuel Jaffa, Mra. Ml hael Itappe,
',;:"" :>UUZ:""m.:.",'',: K^..mViaVw^.^m; temple or'olom: con^-va,^
, ,.i [heir ilnilBhti : \.....I '" *
>,|| ,1! ,l.i 1 III .1 Mi I III.ui.
ovvitz. C.intor Edward Klein.
......ii,.......Mtlic rabbi, lieb Bunam. who was
i fun linn I l
once overcome Joa|snl-
w i t h
> > ill I lull.......in in
ii Well..... Honu Ones
.:,t h -. Mr. anil Mi-. Simon
ni run' m tin i '-'ii'i iiiiiu-
. -,i Mi mill \li -
i uliiiE in As- mi -
ml
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree TEMPLE BETH SH,R*H.
A TASTE OF HEBREW
A Weekly Column for Beginners
prtMoted by
THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE
ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE
aad the
AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Editor: DR. SHI.OMO KODESH
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April Cantor Nico Feldman
I'ri In) S:" p '" Sf......i "TWS-2M.
7:.00 SW i,i i: |i suluriln.i < :. n m liar Mltn-
-Ii: \. il. .-..ii nl Ml llllil Mi- I'..M.I
Weinv
Mil itvah -lin k I'i il
Mr* Hi-wanl Si-hlm
a n over- whilc jt is (ri|c |ha, manv rabM
whelming urge to havc gone ((H# {ar in secularizing
tell his disciples ,0 ,he exU.nt that lhey have
a joke. At first, blurred their image, it is also true
he tried to con- ,hjt the so.calied "secularizing"
tain himself for can be ,he means through which
fear of losing the t()(1 rabbis in this modern era ful-
respect of his ^ their mission. Encouraging so-
Hasidim. Then cial activities, reviewing hooks,
the teaching of and spca>;jn., n current events
one ot the great t.an be the media through which
masters came to raDDjs reveal that the teachings
mind: "All joys (,[ (j0(| can [jnfi application in every
hail from para- avenue f existence. Of course.
. disc, and jests |..llj}lU nuls. avoi(| t|le pitfalls ot
TrU9'mn SC/'SKiriuSi MBNMCHTIR %>' Vlltd themselves becoming too secular-
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale tlie> are UUtlKI ;,,,,] p(. y|1 gntifJOte to oversecu-
;Vl.i...v |i;..lleK.^humee.m.lnij j., .,. joy.' Reh Bunam there- larizaIion_ hey mighl try daily
i',..,,,,, it,,! line renounced his rabbinical or- persona| meditation and an occa-
""l tice, told the joke and discovered sjona] >1HnU,al retreat.
that it caused those who were most __________________
Temple lamora Brotherhood
TEMPLE T.F:RETH JACOB. 051
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
|< 1 Iduj s.l.'i 1 Sal !:> '.' 11 in K"l-
I11-.
Ii
however, can not live up to ail
I heir congregants' expectations.
I
' 0 k drft young lad:,? ?.-K- *> *S
Shuuunit, my ^isler. .*yjf mm$Q ,.^r- "!
Where i-he going'1 ?."5" in k'~ ;s g to the University. JVfWHVIWfl .".. mj
1- l student ,1: (in) the .rcs-sTss 1 ':-.- un
University.
What i: ^e studying? TW : **r, y.'i
She studies Education. -- .--:? trr,
she Want! io become a teachei. rvva nw rsrn w
*! .-r:r wn
she studies a great deal. 1 i._
***** --*;-.? 8-r;
She is 1 good student. l
Where does she live? > 1 iPij r.s*tt
She live* in our house. ..,. -,?3 --j K.n
tiy Z"i ""IS
We live together.
-"-M X'-
She is a good shier. "f
We live m peace .mn bwr *.*"."!<
r -
Yi'Vr> hhtiona
Rl I tIK IWA1
:,. he Kvn" Young lady tvyrij
Muden: if.) irypfc the young lady n-j-ina."
good 11 oeni (f.) nate itjw?e this this one u 1 fmn no
she li\es mi K'.l University ng'ansvw
liuuse D'S 10 the University rrg'P'jyi'tQ
m the house fi'SS in the Univcrsit) ng'oiyjwj
o.' ours "??? she studies ineT> K'n
W ...e D"U -UniK education spilj
she wants ns"i k,-i
me. u..B.ve.... --"", v Reservations im- Temple Zamora
To attempt to do so would be to Hrot|u,,.,,, NlU. Years Eve cele.
dintant to draw closer to him ami ^^ ^ bejng uken u, ,|u,
his teachings. Temple offici lain nine and his
No doubl our congregants differ hand will play for dancing, as well
TEMPLE ZAVIORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Cons-rvalive. Rabbi Hershri Brooks
Cantor Ben Dickson.
I'n.l.i \ v 1 |, in Si'l'lllnn '
I .1 .Mi.i.II. I 11 I ilu.i ">:!" a i"
.....i "SiillBK llllil Itelll I llll
mi:/ ll.i i. i- .on i.i Mi .....i widelv BS 'o what l- c\pecled or as entertain.
Ml > Mi. Inn I I Si Inn liti
TEMPLE ZiON. S000 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man.
I'i-iil;iv I' Huh MltX\:ill IV-
l.i.i.ili. iliiuichter nf Mi und Mi VI
l i siikul. Sii liirilu.i i : ni Itar
Mltr.Mih: Vrl Inn. mm "! Ml o"1 M '
,lai I. Silv. i Iji .i reui'i huh uf Mr-.
|ii.I.i I- ... -i I 111 ;i II.

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabb. Henry
Werniek.
I--, iiiu) lu |i.m \ \i.-.in.i
I!........ \fllll li'.ll Sinii i li.....I
im. a sh.ilili it. 8aturila> i" H*t-
mi,,i,: "Wi'ehl> Portion
YOUNG ISHAtL. 990 NE 171st St
Orthodox. Raobi Sherwin St.mber.
Priilm '..I.', i'.i" Sulurilui ii in Se
in..ii "fall |o M.niii.....I I 'in a Shah
Iml i.,i hiWIren 3 :i" p.m.
Til !-i\-p.lii-.l III CO-
operatmti let'tli rlic Crwi Mi-
ami P .\ .
Coi m" ''/ features .ip-
pfjliii.; lie i I-
DR MAX L1PSCHITZ
ipirittMl leader of Bf:>. 1
(-., i ,.| \i'trli Miami
Br aili.
Conqressmcm Claude Pepper is shown with Mark Haddad
(left) president of the Beth Torah TNT Club, and Steve Shant-
zis, president of the Junior USY qroup of the synaqoque. at
his recent speaking engagement before the club.


rctge 14-A
+Jewisti IHhridH^r
Friday, December 25. 1964
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Some in Mississippi are Beginning to Accept the New Era
MISSISSIPPI'S -i.,,1 Society." civic petulance behind it and get on with the oner- frrmal call for an end to the nonsense nf ,,
. v pJmE!J% "JBl b- E "S f "HP1*. "*& -rta.Man,s ,no,els and a theater in ,.
tojiSSissiPPi'S -Closed Society."
"" so accurately named by his-
1 rj Prol .lame v\ Silver, .11 th
I'niversity of Mississippi, is des-
t ned to be shoved and wine,lied
il the open spaces ol cooperative
I ving and human understanding
dark the picture has been
in Mississippi for the past 100
years, and especially during the
ter summer month.- ol i!H5;i. there is abundant
evidence that moderates in the land ol Jefferson
is and Tl eodoi Bilbo and J< hn Rankin ai d
I ss Barnetl are slowly, but with iron determin-
breaking the hail; ol Yahoo resistance
Thousands among the Mississipians who turned
against President Johnson by a uhoppmc seven-to-
one proportion are coming slowly to see that a state
that suffered more than 40 churches to be burned
or bombed in one year and faded to indict the slay-
ers "i three civil rights worker- rust now put its
civic petulance behind it and gel on with the oner-
us work of integration^
Prof. Silver, in his famous address of a year ago
to the Southern Historical Society, pointed oul that
ever} Mississippi politician not only denies the
vaiidit) of the 14th Amendment but hungers for the
negative days of the Articles of Confederation Fhe
all-pervading doctrine has been white suprem-
acy, whether achieved through slavery or segrega-
t on. rationalized by a professed adherence to states'
rights and bolstered by religious fundamentalism."
he declared- But hi- diagnosis of the state's ills
brought him inevitably to the point that determined
and enlightened .\!i-.-is-ippia;is arc now exploiting
effectively: the complete incompatibilit) ol state
rights and modern industrialization.
The cotton economy of Mississippi is not an
economy tor a .jet age. And indignities saddled
upon half of the population because of color and
because of the fierce demand- of a slavery-hare
cropper enterprise can not be forever indulged in
Tile Mississippi Baptist Convention ha- issued a
frrmal call for an end to the nonsense of near
anarchy; restaurants motels and a theater in I
ing McComb have been integrated quiefij and thi
While rui7.cn> Council has finally run into insuper
able civic resistance. The FBI ha- placed at least
100 agent.- m the state; highway patrolmen have
been forced to disavow links with the Ku Klux Kla
and the Federal Government winch 111 the ,',.
has harnessed the waters of the Mississippi River to
preserve the states economy is now movin ij
orou-ly in the courts to help preserve t slates
civic self respect.
Of course, these changes are not effected v 1
out bitterness and Violence and outrage: the in-
accused of killing NAACP Leader Medger Evers i-
free: the slayers of Michael Schwerner and Andre\
Goodman and James E, Chancy (the youthful civ'l
Rights workers 1 have not been indicted.
ing ol homes and the burning of churches n .
resumed at any moment; and thousand- 0. \,
are -till kept from registering to vote throt
ol economic reprisal and through the Stubborn re-
sistance of diehard officials.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Winston Churchill Brings Back Alot of History to Us
taiHEN ONE THINKS Of Winston Churchill one
run- urn ... Jewish historj from
Disraeli down to Balfour, Wingate and Weizmann
Churchill is oiten compared to Disraeli Both stand
out as Prime Ministers who were also literary men.
and both were member- of the same party It 1-
interesting to speculate how Disraeli would have
come off had he been Prime Minister at the time ol
Hitler lie wouldn't have called him a "guttersnipe"
as Churchill did, but no doubt he would have see
proper!}.
line recalls what Disraeli -aid. w hen taunted
in the Commons for his Jewishness. When the an
ceators of the right honorable gentlemen were sav
ages, mine were priests in the Temple ol the Lord."
Churchill was a great admirer of Balfour, the
author of the Balfour Declaration, promising to re
store the Jewish Homeland. Hallour. who was some
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
State Dep't. Questions Religious Convictions
Washington!
THE SENATE Subcommittee OOj
Constitutional Rights i> dis
el about -' me searching ques
lions on religious convictions the
rtmenl oi state i> asking em
ployees applying tor foreign sei
vice state Department personnel]
nave been required to answei
either "true" or -false" to such|__
assertions as "Christ performed miracles
Other true'' or "false" answer- must be given
to statements that I believe there 1.- a devil and
in alter lite 1 believe in a life hciealtcr
I teel sure there 1- only one true religion.'' and "I
praj seveial times .. week."
This emerged when the Subcommittee under-
took an investigation of probes conducted by Go*
ernment agencies of employees through psycholog-
ical and psychiatric testing. The Subcommittee
tound a specific example in which the State Depart-
ment subletted a woman employee, applying lor
foreign service, to an extensive "teat" on matters
relating to her religion, sex life, family, personal
habits, and other matters.
One phase of the test involved 570 questions to
which she was to respond rapidly, quickly and with-
out any thinking or deliberation." Included were
questions on the divinity of Christ and theological
convictions pertaining to Christianity.
The State Department declined to discuss the
q estion ot how a Jewish applicant- conception ol
Christ pertained to his mental fitness for an over-
assignment.
Does the Department believe that employees
should "praj together and stay together?"
The State Department al-o required ic-non
dents to indicate whether they are troubled, and
to what extent, by being "confused in mj religious
beliefs" and "differing from m> family in religious
beliefs "
The Senate Subcommittee, concerned with main
taining the constitutional rights and dignity oi the
individual, felt such question- on personal relig OUS
conviction to be "shocking."
The Subcommittee chairman asked the State
Department for a report on the type of information
...ned from these tests "which would just if) such
an invasion of privacy." Also demanded were de-
scriptions of the circumstances that would require
such tests and data on the individuals who make
the determination ot their need
if a Jew reiuses to tell a government psyehol-
-i his innermost attitudes toward Christ or the
Catholic Church, for instance, does this make the
Jew a security risk and a mental case"
Can the government probe through psychiatric
pretexts what is forbidden by law to do on person-
nel forms'.'
Will an individual's responses to Christ be re
corded on government computers to be stored away
until some department head requisitions a report
on someone's most personal religious thoughts'
The answers to these questions will provide a
definition of the rights of the individual or religious
matter.-. They will tell how far the government
can go to get the automated religious responses oi
pel sons in government service
UN listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Abba Eban in Speech Before the United Nations
United Nations
in the General Assembly's great hall.
11 delegations including every
ne of the Arab -late representatives
at spellbound listening to Israel's Dep
ly I'rime Minister Abba Eban In the
mailer, more intimate Security Counci
;hamber. the air was electric with ten
ion. very few sat. all delegate- wen
uddled in hot conversation while hours
assed and the scheduled Council meeting was not being
ailed to order.
Here, the business was being conducted in the Coun-
lil's office, off to one side of the chamber, and the argu-
ment concerned Israel. Here, the Israeli side was being
represented by Ambassador Michael Comay. And. be
'en the Assembly and the Security Council room, all
'ho are interested in Israel including correspondent- -
re having a heyday. Israel was playing a double fea
ire to packed galleno-
Mr. Eban is one of the all-time great- among the
small handful of truly great orator- who. over the years,
have been heard at the United Nations His eloquence,
well known here, has not diminished with the years Some
years age. when India was represented by Arthur l.ail. a
speaker with a very ni^h reputation lor fluid oratory, a
wag remarked: "Lall's English is SO good, he is almost
great enough to be an Israeli Ambassador The oblique
reference was to Mr. Kban whose mastery of the English
language, as well as of a number of other tongues, 1-
beyond compare
This time. Mr. Eban was delivering, before a plenarv
session of the Assembly, Israel's address in "general de-
bate" an exercise in speech making, during which
statesmen spell out the over all foreign affairs policies of
their governments. In recent years. Israel's Eorcign
Minister Gold Meir has been delivering that major ad
dress for her government This time, unable to come
here due to illness, she had passed on that task to Mr.
Eban No one was let down by the substitution
veals his senior in age. had taken a hkin. I ircn.
Hi. and Churchill reciprocated the affection The
two. beside being members of the -am. pain had
one common characteristic the) leldoi ., .,
befon noon and usually transacted some .if their
business, writing in bed.
Balfour was more of a reclu sophical type, and Churchill more the man lor the
multitude Churchill himself related how once
someone came plunging at Balfour, read) to attack
him. but Balfour. instead of resisting, gazed at the
man as a biologist might look at a strange specimen.
The vulgar world was not for him. i'erhap- this
accounts for Weizmann's winning him over to Zion-
ism. Weizmann was a scientist, and the uorid 0:
the laboratory was the world of ideas which he
liked and the idea of the restoration ot a nation
winch h.o' given the Bible to the world was also
something to appeal to a philosophical
Churchill was friendly to Zionism though, of
course, he never identified him sell witl II ... Bal
four, nor even as orde Wingate, the man \
tablished the Haganah. Wingate incidi
related to Churchill
Wingate once said to Weizmann 1;. into
Churchill's office and say 'We wan! I n
t an I ban., the door."
But W( izmann was more like Ballour He could
not bar, doors Weixmann did tell Churchill Re-
member your enemies and the enemil -
people are the same."
Yet it Churchill was not a Wingate. he 1
friendly, and l>ra.i recent!) paid him special honori
Our film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Paramount on Move
Hollywood
IOSEPH E. LEVINES 23-picture pro-
' gram moves Paramount into high
;ear early in 1965, with ten major pro-
hut ions on the schedule through the end
3 >! the new year There 1- foremost,
TIarlovv." based on the Irving Schul-
nan best seller, with Sydney Bochm
.vriting the screen play and (lordon
__I Douglas directing. Co starring with Mr-.
lairod Baker-Garfein are Peter I.awford and Gilbert
Roland. The picture is now ready to go before the cam-
eras in Hollywood on Jan. 4. Carroll Baker is also star-
ring in "Tropic of Cancer" for which John Michael Hayes
writes the scenario from the controversial novel by Henry
Miller. The picture will be photographed in Hollywood
and Park
"The Sands of Kalahari" is being written b) Sy End-
field who guided I.evine s Zulu" to success last year.
Endfield, with whom I worked during his Hollywood days
more than 10 years ago. will also direct on location in
Africa and in the studios in London. George Pep]
been signed for the principal role.
"The Idol" starring juvenile actor-singeicoinposer
Paul Anka commences photography in England next Feb-
ruary.
Steve McQueen will portray the title role of Nevada
Smith" from the novel by Harold Robbins The sanu
character, at a later date in his life, was tried by tlw
late Alan Ladd in Levine's "The Carpetbaggers. >>
vada Smith" will be directed by Henry Hathaway, from
a screenplay by John Miehael Hayes
Harlan Ellison, TV writer and novelist, makes his
debut as a screen writer with his adaptation ol "
Oscar." to be shot in its natural setting Hollywood
nt-xt summer. Dalton Trumbo. after his comeback "
"Spartacus" and "Exodus." one of filmlands most soll*n..
after scribes, is doing the photoplay for Eugene *"?"*?
Will Adam-." with fall production in Japan and Engian


Friday. December 25, 19T4
* /pn/*f PkrSrSgmm
Paqe lb-A
Chanuka was celebrated at Beth Sholom
beginning with a program presented by
slucenls of the Beth Sholom Religious School.
All classes participated, and singing was led
by Can'.or David Conviser. The Temple PTA
served a traditional lunch and every child re-
Ihe direction of Mrs. Naomi Altschuler, teach-
ceived a gift. First year Hebrew class under
er. presented a Hebrew play entitled "A Cha-
nuka Party" before an audience of some 200
parents. Participating were (left to right) Ron-
nie Foreman, Preston Dortch, Steven Hoo,
Karen Unger, Barry Garfield, Samuel Morjain
and Daniel Grief.
Homecoming Set
At Menorah
This Weekend
Annual Homecoming activities
at Temple Menorah ill include a
program sponsored by the Temple
for returning college students.
Personal invitations were sent out
in every college student to attendI
a "Turkey Luncheon with the
Rabbi" on Saturday following ser-
vices at 12:110 p.m.
Meeting in the Temple's Social
Hall, the students "ill have an op-
portunity to discuss mutual prob-
lems facing college students today.
Rabbi Abramowitz will lecture on
"The Discipie and the Discipline."
Every student will receive a print-
ed text of the lecture as a guide
for the "buzz session" which will
follow the formal lecture.
B'nai Raphael Party
Fund Rai ring V i c e Presid<
Nat Wilensky, of Congregati n
B'nai Raphael, announces a N<
Vcai's Eve party to begin al
p.m.. Thursday, Dec 31, at uoi N
183rd St. Music will be bj B
Curbelo and his band
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CJAppeal Lists Campaign Cabinet
Dr. Irving Lehrman. cnairman In inviting the communal lead- Pallot.
. the 1'Hi") Combined Jewish Ap- n> to serve on this top level cam
is announced the appoint- uaign body, Iv alibi Lehrman called
Irving Kubin. John Serbin. Saul
enl of a Campaign Cabinet com- upon them "to lend their prestige
Serving as hosts and hostesses
for the returning college youths
arc Jamie Barkin and Janice Rcv-
itz. University Of Miami; Martin
Krovetz and Susan Stamler, Uni-
versity of Florida; Charles Strat-
der Muss. Stanley C. Myers, Max ton and Joan Feldman. Miami-
OrovitZ E. Albert Pallot. Norton Dade Junior College; Kenny Suss-
nian. Florida State University;
and, from out of state schools.
Leslie Puchs, Marjorie Frankel.
Ronald Rosen and Barbara Segal.
Joseph M. Rose. Leonard Rosen,
ed oi the president of Federa-
tion and members of the Federa-
ls Executive Committee, and
Ol the Trades and Profes-
Division and of the Worn-
. ision.
Peisal's Letter
Found in London
Continued from Page 1-A
experience, knowledge and sound Silberman. Harry Sirkin, Milton
judgment to the important annual sirkin, George Sogg, George Tal-
campaign." ianoff, Byron ,l. Topol, Carl Wrin-
kle. Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Milton
Members of the 1985 Campaign u/eiss.
Cabinet, to date, include Leonard
Abess, William Agranove, Sidney
D. Ansin. Jacob M. Arvey, Mrs.
Ruth Berger, Jerry Blank. Sam
Blank. Louis Bresler, Mrs. Rich-
ard Brickmau, Shepard Broad. Leo
A. Cliaikin. Joseph Cohen. Leon
Ell..
'I In1 Host Committee met with
Rabbi Abramowitz on Tuesday
v hen the entire program for the
Homecoming Weekend was ar-
ranged.
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which he hoped to get help in
building his kingdom.
Paul Faske, A. C. Fine. David
B. Fleeman, Samuel x. Friedland,
was expelled from .Mrs. A. L. Glickman, Burton B.
the French in 1920, his Goldstein, Nathan S. Gumenick,
Marshall S. Harris, Sam .1 Hei-
man. Dr. Norman S Jaffe. Ernest
Janis. Howard Kane. Aaron M.
Kanner.
Also, [rving Kaplan. Leon Kap-
lan, Louis Kenin. Jay I. Kislak.
Mrs. Inez Krensky. Dr. Irving
.. n- between the Jews and Arabs Lehrman. Sidney Lefcourt. Sam C.
Palestine. Feisal'g pro-Zionist Levenson, Joseph M. Lipton, Sam
letter was part of that correspond- Luby. Jr.. Baron de Hirsch Meyer.
ence Ben Meyers, Emil Morton. Alexan-
r he
Syria by
hltitude toward Zionism became
lust ice Frankfurter was
. iser in 1919 to the Zionist
i.ni at the Versailles Peace
Conference, and carried on a cor-
:!> ndence with Feisal in an ef-
to bring about peaceful rela-
IS
DURING THE WEEK... US I SEE II
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the past; while Mr Eshkol seems'
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: what i- and "ill vel be
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Miami, Florida. Friday, December 25, 19b4
Section B
Mrs. Krensky 'Woman of Year'
A^~ ring the award presented to Mrs. Inez Krensky as Worn-
the Year by the Greater Miami Women'? Division, Amer-
:::ends of the Hebrew University, are Heft So right) Mrs.
guest speaker. Mrs. Avraham Harman. wife of the
Ambassador to the United States; and luncheon chair-
Mrs. Philip Thau.
Hi: :'
Mrs. Inez Krensky wa honored
as "Woman ot the Year" by over
500 leaders o I the American
Friends of the Hebrew University
at a luncheon at the Fontainebieau
Hotel last Thursday.
Rabbi Lewi Kronish, spiritual
leader ot Temple Beth Sholom,
where Mrs. Krensky is a pasl pres-
ident t the sisterhood, presented
her with an illuminated scroll me-
morializing the event.
Sponsored by the Greater Miami
Women's Division, the overflow
gathering Including Mayors Chuck
Hall and Melvin Richard, heard
Rabbi Kronieh cite Mrs. Krensky's
many contributions to the commu-
nity and to philanthropy. In addi-
tion to being a past president ot
Beth Sholom Sisterhood, the hon-
oree is the current Combined Jew-
ish Appeal Women's Division chair-
man and a past president of the
Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary.
she was 'he first chairman of
hostesses for the Miss Universe
Pageant. Mayor Richard presented
Mrs. Krensky with a key to the
city in recognition of her service
to the Miami Beach community's
many projects.
Mis. Abraham Harman. guest
-peaker. discussed the vital im-
portance "f education to the de-
velopment and growth of the State
.f Israel and praised the contribu-
tions to higher learning made by
the Hebrew University. Mrs. Har-
man is chairman of the board ot
UNICEF and has been I-rael's
representative on leading UN com-
mittees for many years.
Two outstanding contributions
ere announced at the luncheon,
both toward the construction oi the
Miami Humanities Building on the
Jerusalem campus of the Hebrew
University. Mrs. Carrie R. Sapiro,
^ ho introduced Mrs. Harman,
pledged the construction ot the
entrance to the Miami Humani-
ties Building, which will lie dedi-
ed in her honor. Mrs. Tessie
Litt. of Miami Beach, will .-.pon-
-oi the construction of a room in
the building.
Participating in the program al-
so were Mr- Irving Lehrman. who
delivered the invocation; Mrs.
ruth Johnson Berger. who just re-
turned from an extended tour of
Israel; Mr-. Samuel Simonhoff,
president of the Women's Division:
;,nd Mrs. Philip Thau, luncheon
chairman.
'' Carrie R. Sapiro (left) is congratulated by Mrs Avraham
nWght), wife cf he Israel Ambassador to the United
es quest cpeake. a. the luncheon of the American Friends
r. '^brew University. Looking on is Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff,
en's Division piesident.
n
j
bv ISABEL GRCVE
upon House will honor Dr.
11 Kaplan at his home.
Normandy Dr. Miami
on Sunday from ? to >
. During the occasion, a
To be presented at Ambassa-
dor's Ball is E'len G^'l Shor
:'er, daughter of Mr. and
Mis. Eddie Schaffpr, who will
be one of 16 air's in a debu-
ceremony Saturday
ut the FontainQ) '
Hotel. Ellen goes to Miami
Bec::i High and hop?3 t<
E r a ride is University.
. story. Page 6-A.)
portrait of Dr. Kaplan at 90 by
E Allen Becker will lie present
ed to Harold Thurman, president
Ol Temple Israel ot Greater Ml-
ami Hi- many Friends are in-
vited to attend the function

The Herman Kisenbergs. of
Sheridan Ave., home from WP
north where they visited chil-
dren atul grandchildren First
.,p was Hartford. Conn., where
the Kisenbergs were feted on the
occasion of the 25th anniversary
, Hartford Yeshiva which
Ihey founded in 1939 .Firs'
president ol the school until 195.!.
vllt.n ,hey came to Florida and
now honorarj lite president. Mi.
Eisenberg was one of the prin-
cipal speakers at the Silver Jubi-
fee dinner attended by over 600
community, religious and cul-
tural leaders at the Static, n.i
ton Hotel
Nex( St..,, was Kew Gardens.
, a visit with daughtei
Lcila-, husband Bernie and grand-
d?nnVat ihe i of mece
nerhe. Rabbi and M
rael Mi Her. of Kings
^r^ato^Sent,
, p rriva Orah J I
Continued on Page SB
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Friday. Decemb
er 25. |J
Teachers Plan Seminar Clinics
Members of Louis D. Brandeis Women's Club
meet to plan 19G5 projects for the benefit of
Variety Children's Hospital. They have pledg-
ed to purchase a blood-testing machine. Last
week President Mrs. Harry Schuldiner (stand-
ing lefV handed Hospital Administrator Wil-
liam A. Taylor a check for S500 toward the
pledge. Some 150 members attended the
luncheon and card party at Chandler's Res-
taurant, where Taylor was guest speaker. Of-
ficers are (front row) Mrs. Schuldiner. Mrs.
Harry Spring. Mrs. Adele Miller, Mrs. Louis
Weisenfeld. and Mrs. Hannah Leavy. Rear
are Mesdames Lena Yagoda. Tillie Friedman.
Dorothy Loeb. Ceil Isaacs, Emanuel Selznick.
Bertha Tepper and William Thierman.
Rabbi Schitt on TV
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. .spiritual
leader i I Congregation Beth-El
and executive vice president ot
i li i' Rabbinical Association o f
On atei Miami, will host the
"Jewish Worship Hour" on Sunday,
.....i- on "Changing Times Never End."
Plans for the 1965 Seminar for
l're School Teachers of Greater
Miami wore announced this week
bQ Joseph Cohen, president of the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
The seminar will include six ses-
sion!., all on Wednesday nronings
at 9:15 p.m.. beginning Jan. 6 and
closing on I'eb. 10.
On Jan. 6. a paper by Dr. Paul
L. Adams, read at the national
convention of the National Associ-
ation for the Education of Young
Children, will be reviewed by
members of the Jewish congrega-
tional preschool teachers of
Greater Miami. Louis Schwartz-
man, executive director of the Bu-
reau, will lead the discussion.
On Jan. U. Miss Shirley Kauf-
man, television education. Dade
County Board of Instruction, will
discuss Meadiness in the Kinder-
garten." Mrs. Jane Schulman, of
Temple Beth Shirah. will supple-
ment the discussion.
On Jan. 20. theTaculty of Temple
Or (Horn trill pre-ent -.Music in
the Pro-School.'' Discussion leader
will be Mrs. Ruth Penkk. and this
ission will lie held at Temple Or
('loin. S7j.", SM 16th St.
on Ian. 21 I)r Hubert B. Men-
rick-, oi the Department oj Edu-
cation, Universit) of Miami, will
present 'Seieaee in the Pre-
school." employing new scientific
'.(hiiKiue- [or the [our and five-
id li VI i
iti Feb. Prof. Andrew Bialo-
. nki, direct r ol Whilefieid School
"t Miami B ich, will lead a work-
shop ., story Tellin, in ,ht ,
School. '<
All sessiois win |. ,.,
l-uroau of Jewish EducatK.
cept on Jan. 20.
i
The Seminar is sponsored fc,^
Bureau ot Jewish Educatl"11
P1 oi it, consultation seZj
tor the Jewish schools ,nd ?
sponsored in the Jewish conr
national prtMChool teachers
Greater Miami, of which m-. N
onn BroodOM is president.
At the closing session on Fob I
M.ss Bather Lowonthal. direct*.
Children S Service, will act at con
sultant for a 'Problem Clioic Z
preschool teachers, in wbid) que*
lions of preschool paychotog, ud
technique will be analyzed.
Phi SSg's Plan
Holiday Brunch
Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae c
Greater Miami will hold its annual
holiday brunch on Sunday, n
a.m.. at the t niversitj Inn.
The yoarh event ii., reuni
..II Phi Stgti and their gutttt m
"' M'-"1 ia during the hob,
day season
GueeU ill include the sorority*]
national officers mpr|n
the Supreme Council.
Qua t speaker will be Mrs, How.
nrd Olansky second grand vice
archoo and direel ergrad-
uate activities
Do only vegetarians eat
Heinz Vegetarian Beans?
A spscial reception for Mrs. Clara Lett, immediate past na-
tional president, is tendered in her honor at the home of Mrs
Oscar Zel'-eer. 1395 SW 22nd Ter. Mrs. Left acquainted guests
with immediate plans in celebration of Pioneer Women's 40th
birthday. Shown (left to right) are Mrs. Milton Green, pres-
ident of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women, and
member of the national board, presenting a S10.000 check to
Mis. Left, with Mrs. Zeltzer looking on. The money represents
part Davment of Miami Pioneer Women's pledge to the na-
tional office.
Kneseth Israel Installation Set
Annual installation .uod ui Kneseth Israel Congrega
ion will be held in the synagogue
it Oneg Shabbat services on Fri-
lay at 8 30 p.m.
Rabbi David Lehrfield, spiritual
eader ol Kneseth Israel, will be
nstalling officer Cantor Abraham
Soil "ill participate in the pro
gram,
Mrs I B Eisenstein was unani-
nousi) reele rted to serve at |
idenl She ill be installed with
tfesdanu Louis Dublin, a b e
Dial t. Max Budowsky. Helen
Hornstein and Samuel Lerner vice
residents,
Mesdames Fannie Sirot, treasur
r: Lena Popkin, financial secre
tary; Regina Basel, recording sec-
retary; Dora Malkin, correspond
ing secretary; Isidore Ruppert,
chairman of affair-. Many Weiss
and Etta Mandell, co-chairmen ot
affairs; and Frances I'llian. hon-
orary president.
Board members to be installed
include Mesdames Rose Schneid-
er. Lillian F.ngel. Joseph N'adler.
Ri gina II dperin, Rose Kriegs
' i; v stolow, Ji hn Ansel, Ida
n. Bertha Shatz, Joseph Hal
; in ..,.,1 Tol y Jaffe
AMHUCA } On,,r.l C.i-m hm
L.^'jid %wmmt*mr
AT OO* HOIS Ml*
Sky Lcke Camps
Reunion Sunday
Sky Lake lamps will hold its
annual reunion and get-together
on Sunday at the Doauville Hotel
from 2 to 4 p.m.
An invitation is extended to all
campers, former campers, staff
ard friends to take part in dis-
cussing and renewing friendships
ai the informal gathering. Movies
of last years program will be
shown, and plans for the future
Will be elaborated on.
The directors will be available
during the reunion to meet with
prospective campers to discuss any
and all phases of the camping
program.
Further information is available
at Sky Lake Camps, PO Box 3355.
Norland Branch, Miami.


Beth David USY Picnic
Beth David I'SY'ers are having
a picnic at Crandon Park on Sun
day The Religious School bus will
provide transportation from the
synagogue for the group of teen
I era Robert [dels is chairman of
tin I'Ki.,i Committee.
No.Octogenarians also. Doctors, too.
And steam fitters, assistant coat buyers,
folk singers, house painters, cutters &
sorcerer's apprentices, forest rangers,
well diggers, second violinists, scout-
masters, insurance claim adjusters
and psychiatric social workers.
Everyone, in fact, who likes a tasty,
inexpensive, nourishing vegetarian dish
that goes fine with meat, fish, poultry
...or all by itself.xS'
KOSHER AND PAREVE-THE HEINZ VEGETARIAN BEANS LABEL BEARS THE SEAL OF APPROVAL
OF THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA.


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December 25, 1964
*Jewist norldfar
Paqe 3-B
f- -I
[Members of the Adult Education Committee of the Sisterhood
lot Temple Emanu-El plan the women's participation in the
Adult Institute of Jewish Studies which begins on Tuesday
Inoming. Jan. 5. at 1701 Washington Ave. Seated (left) to right)
an Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, chairman; Mrs. Herbert S. Sha-
Isiro. president ; Mrs. Charles Rosengarten, and Mrs. Leo Ber-
Iman. Standing are Mrs. Jacob Katzman. program vice pres-
ident, and Mrs. Jerome Goodman.
Riegers to Mark
54th Anniversary
The longer Celia and Joseph Etie*
.,ci are married, the more happy
events the) have to celebrate on
their anniversary date. Dec. 25.
Residents here for the past eight
years, lor the Riegers of 250 Meri-
dian Ave l M will mark 54 years
ot marriage. For son I'at and his
wife Sarah, a will be 29 years -t
wedded bli.-. Daughter Hannah
and husband Jules Burnett make
it then- silver 26th,
Granddaughter Roberta and
Marty Platcher chose the date tor
their nuptials lour years ago with
daughter Sharon Lesley appearing
exactly one year later. Grandson
Stan and Joan Rieger were mar-
ried Dee. 25. 1961. and their first
child. Michael, broke with tradi-
tion and was born six weeks ago.
All from Brooklyn and all but
the Burnett- will be here to cele-
brate with the senior Riegers.
On the 28th. there'll be more fes-
tivities, planned by the Golden
Ring Club and the Workmen's
Circle
Now 74. Mr. Rieger was a man-
ufacturer in New York City before
coming to Miami Beach.
Organizations in which the cou-
ple are activv include odd Fellows,
Rebekahs, Masons, Golden King
Club No. I, tid the Biseayne Dem-
ocratic Club, of which he was re-
lj |i --.. led as treasurer.
Two years ago, on the national
Moore television show, the
:. ,. : mark< i their -olden wed-
dine anniversary
Adaih Yeshurun USY
Temple Adath Yeshurun Junior
USY will hold u social and square
dance on Sunday beginning at 7:30
p.m. Prize to be offered is a nun .
collar. In charge of reservations
lor boys and girls in junior high
Lchool is David Skup.
MR. AND MRS. RltGtR
Rieger came to the U.S. from
Austria in 1907. His wile. Celia.
is a native Russian,
Youth Symphony
To Play Here
All Miami Youth Symphony un-
der the direction Of Robert A.
Lawrence will open its seventh sea-
son with a winter concert at Dade
County Auditorium on Dec. 28 at
8:15 p.m.
Guest soloist will noted pian-
ist Raul S in ah Program will in-
clude works by V'>n Weber, Grit -
Si inl Saens t.nd Bizet.
Also M be performed is the 1964
Youth Composition award winner,
Kabcnera The annual competi-
tion i- spon ured by Miami Beach
Councilman Kenneth Oka and his
father, Samuel oka.
Mrs. Jacob D. Davis, Jewish National Fund Tag Day chair-
man presents Mollie Skeil, champion Tag Day worker ol 1963,
with an award as Leon J. Ell, president of the Jewish National
Fund Council of Greater Miami, looks on.
JNF Tag Day Drive Sunday
,, recent luncheon in Wald-
i&n's Hotel, women who had col-
. cted S2S and more during last
rear's house-to-house Jewish Na-
mal Fund Tag Day drive, gath-
i ed to discuss plans for the Tag
Day drive this Sunday.
An army of workers recruited
Hillel Girls
Install Officers
*
New president of Hillel B'nui
B'rith Girls is Ariana Schwartz, i
Other Officers installed this week
sere Cheryl Kitman. first vice
president; Debby Penick, second i
tice president; Daryl Kaner, cor-
responding secretary: Begin a
Burkley, recording secretary.
Carole Weiss, treasurer; Michele
Lebar. parliamentarian; Judy
Weiss, chaplain; Ellen Mirowitz
and Cookie Westrich, sergeants-at-
irms.
Outgoing officers are Karen Kay,
president; Eileen Schulman, first
vie president; Ariana Schvv.r**?2,
croud vice president; Nancy Em-
rson, corresponding secretary;
Judy Golub, parliamentarian; Ev-
anne Bobkolf, chaplain; Eddyse
Her-hbein and Patti Greenfield,
iergeants-at-arms; Cheryl Kitman,
editor; and Debby Penick. histor-
lrom various Zionist and general
Jewish organizations in the city
will participate under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Jacob D. Davis,
who has successfully led these
drives for the past eight years.
Mrs. Mollie Skell. a member of
Sholoma Chapter of Miami Beach
Hadassah, is the champion Tag
Day collector for last year's drive.
At the luncheon, which coincided
with her 78th birthday, Mrs. Skell
was lauded by Leon J. Ell, presi-
dent of the Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami, for col-
lecting over $100 during the drive.
Zev W. Kogan discussed Jewish
National Fund activities, past and
present.
Mrs. Davis presented Mrs. Skell
with a gold charm as a token of
appreciation for Mrs. Skell's out-
standing effort and achievement.
KOSHER
MORRISON^SCHIFF
"THE GOOD FRANKFURT"
HERMAN PEARL BILL LADIMER
NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS
ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH
Phone 531-6811
Latkes a. la, Swiss
Homecoming Set
At Beth Sholom
At the annual college Homecom
service Friday at Temple Beth
Sholom, Prof. Alan West in of Co-
lumbia University, Political Sci-
Department, will participate
*ith Rabbi Leon Kronish in a pul-
pit dialogue on "Danger on the
Right."
Rabbi and Mrs. Kronish will en-
tertain the homecoming students
1 their home immediately fallow*
'i E the service.
Horse to Race
At Gulf stream
Sadair. the .vorld's leading money-1
winning two-year-old of all time,
with $498,216 in earnings this year,
has established winter headquar-
ters at Gulfstream Park.
The Florida-bred S10.000 bargain
purchase of Mary B. Ilecht. of Mi-
ami made a two-day journey by-
Nan from Baltimore without mis-
hap. 'Sadair is a good shipper and
he seems ready to run tomorrow,
if I wanted him to." trainer Les
Lear explained. "But he's earned
a rest, and lie's going to get one.
Sadair will be pointed for the
$100,000 Florida Derby on Apr. 3.
and the other classics for three*
vear-olds in 1965.
TURN A
DAIRY
MEAL .
INTO ^
A FEAST!
LATKES A LA SWISS
V* lb. Switzerland
Swiss cheese, grated
Vi cup sour cream
2 egg yolks
l'.i tbsps. flour
>/z tsp. salt
1 tsp. mustard
1 tbsp. butter
Leads in fall Sales
Mort Zimmerman. Equitable
LUe Assurance Society of the U.S..
led 879 company agents >n tne
south in a tall sales campaign.
on-t woatY aaour you* WMtllf
IT ONLY
SKINNY
*5 BREAD '
TASTES
SO
Different
A
J4" lOAt
FRffDMANS BAKERY 655 WASH. AVE.
JE1-
Mix ingredients except butter;
stir well. Melt butter in fry pan;
drop heaping tablespoon of
mixture into fry pan; cook until
golden brown on both sides.
Yield: 8 pancakes. Excellent
with onion rolls and coffee.
Look for Switzerland" on
the package of slices or
chunk you buy. Then you
are sure of getting the
matohleM quality and nut-
like ta'am of genuine Swiss
Cheese produced in Swit-
zerland and no where else!
Anyone can
make the holes
but only the
Swiss can
make the
flavor
.....Kj
Wilzorlawl
Sulsstktw
about
t>VM
gathered for you
Miri-rMnRdkl
Tht liomemakci 's most important
, aulpmenl," write v RtihlM S. Ge/shon
Levi in the introduction to "Guide
lor the Jewish llomemakcr."' "n her
own //. H ligence, her womanl) maturity. her
patience, her upbringing, her sense
ol values In the truly creative
Jewish home. Immemaking calls for
special kills, special knowle,
ondotfei i spei ial rewards... The job
ufilspn siding genius, the wife and
mother, is esseniiall) spiritual
one.
it.ibhi I eti's wife Shank B. I cvi -
to-authored with Syhia K Kaplan a
Schockcn paperback called "Culoe
[or the Jewish lloimiuakir. Il a
band) little handbook with be* data
nllic wholespectrumof Jewh*I'"""
making from kaahering meat lo pun*
nine a wedding, budgetles. lo "recipes
tnr a lifetime." I nefnl lor the Wj*
Mid is there a leen-age daughter in m
home? She'll And It aboorblng. tool
ioduv's trend towards casual "do
siop by lor coffee" enicrtaltiing
has led to the rise of what I call the
Instant Hostess." You keep the
cookie iar stocked with homebaked
nibbles and the pantry stocked
with Instant Chase & Sanborn.
When the doorbell rings you rise
gracefully to your feet and to the
occasion. Within minutes you're
handing out cookies and cups of
fragrant Chase & Sanborn coffee.
There, you've shown them you've
a flair lor entertaining and a flair
for making marvelous coffee.
C^-ast month, at the lively cooking
school organized by the Jewish
Times ol Philadelphia and the Phil-
adelphia Gas Works. Miss Dolores
I irestone was presented with $50
worth of checks by the makers oj
Planters Oil. S25 was sent at her
request,tothe UnitedJewish Appeal.
MISS FIRESTONE'S
PHILADELPHIA fRUIT CAKE
ii/2 cups grated apple
i/] cup mashed banana
i/4 cup orange juice
1 Vi teaspoons grated orange peel
1 cup sugar 3 eggs
Vi cup Planters Peanut Oil
2 cups unsifted Hour
1 tablespoon Royal Baking Powder
1 teaspoon baking soda
>/i cup chopped Planters Walnuts
Place fruits, juice and ped in large
bowl of electric mixer. Add sugar.
tarn, Plainer* Oil. Beat at a low speed
until blended. Combine Hour, baking
powder, baking soda. Continue to beat
al low speed while adding dr> ingre-
dients. Beat at medium speed until
ill mixed, about 2 minutes. -Stir in
chopped nuts. Pour into oiled floured
u- square pan. Bake al350F. 40 min..
or until done. Cool 10 mm. before
rCBWl ing from pan. Makes 1 cake
O enjoved meeting so nuoiy of my
friendly readers at the cooking
school. They had all kinds / nice
things lo say about Planters Oil
{andabout my column). I was inter-
ested to learn that many of them
hud tried other oils and had gone
hack to Planters Oil because they
loiuul it definitely ga>e heller re-
siilts. in baking and in jrying.
Have you tried coffee "upside down".
Israeli Style? llt" a tall tall glass ol
milk will, a little coffee added.) Have
m.ii ever spiced vour coffee with card-
amom r ginger, the wav Israelis
sometimes do? Well, whichever flavor
\ou favor and whether you prefer
MMir coffee "upside down" or right
side up. Inslani Chaic & Sanborn is
prohahlv your choice. Coffee COB*
noissvurs cverv where. Kast and West,
prefer it.________________________
Chase & Sanborn Coffees and
Planters Oil arc made under
careful Rabbinical Supervision.
~ MANNA ABOUT TOWN
IS A STANDARD BRANDS EXCLUSIVE
EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE BRIGHT
YOUNG HOMEMAKER


Page 4-B
'Jen1st fkrlaffon
Friday. Decemre:
'.'. >men'fl League for Israel, Florida Chapter,
first anniversary donor luncheon
in the newly-organized Miami Beach
a: the Dcral Hotel on Jen. 6 at nc
Shown recr ere Mrs. Tanya Wolshin; Mrs.
tis Schoor. membenhip chairmen; Mrs.
Sarah Chesslei, recording secretcrv; Mrs.
Edith Kapell, first vice president; Mrs. Elsa
Lewis, recording secre*ary; Mrs. Sylvia Perl-
man, publicity chairman. Seated are Mrs.
Sam Friedlcr.d, financial secretary; Mrs.
Michael Tatken, Florida Chapter president;
I u Faye Tupler, Miami Beach Chapter pres-
ident; : :ry Kaden corresponding secre-
and Mrs. Jacob Weitzer, second vice
president. Proceeds will maintain a blind per-
son for one year in the Natanya Home of the
League. Featured entertainmen* will be Miss
Joyce Farber, singer.
Mrs. Glickman
To Chair Beach
CJAppeal Division
Appointment of Mrs. A. L. C.lick-
man as Miami Beach chairman of
the Combined Jewish Appeal Wom-
en's Division was announced joint-
Is by Women's Division Chairman
Mrs. Inez Kren-ky and Dr. Irving
I.ehrman, CJA general chairman.
The announcement was made at
a meeting of 1964 division chair-
men and 1965 chairmen chosen
thus far in the campaign.
Mrs. Carl Weinkle. past chair-
man of the Women'. Division.
was hostess for the meeting at her
home in the absence of Mrs. Kren-
sky.
The appointment of Mrs. Glick-
m.in was a highlight of the meet-
ing, at which tentative plans for a
Women's Division campaign pro-
I tin were dlSCUSSI d.
An Initial Gifts luncheon of the
ion. to 're held m Y> bruarjr,
II ni ... the major highlights
of v activity. which will
many traditional lunch-
and :pecia] event- n tx ;
11 the campaign.
Mrs. Carl Weinkle (left). 1964 CJA Women's Division chair-
man, and a co-chairman of the 1965 Women's Initial Gifts
Commit'^e, is shown with Mrs. A. L. Glickman, who has ac-
cepted the position o* Miami Beach chairman for the women's
campaign. Announcement of Mrs. Glickman's appointment
was made at a meeting held at Mrs. Weinkle's home at which
preliminary preparations were made for the 1965 Women's
Division campaign.
Friends Hear Bock Review
Some 50 members and guests of
the Friend, of the Surf-Bal-Bay
Library gathered last week at the
home of Mrs. Lee Howard, 8986
Bay Dr.. for a discussion of the
biography of Clara Schumann.
"Concerto" was reviewed by
Mr.. George Sogg. vice president
and program chairman of the
Friends.
Mrs, Sot;- sanu several compo-
sitions by Hubert Schumann, ac-
companied at the piano by Mrs.
Lillian Nelson.
Refreshments were served by
Mr-. Howard, with Mrs. Ralph
Cramer, Bay Harbor membership
chairman, and Mrs. A. D. Smith,
Hal Harbor membership chairman,
assisting her.
Social Club
New Year's Fete
Miami Friendly Social Club
plans a New Year's Eve party at
the Israelite Center on Dec. 31
starting at 8:90 p.m.
Program will feature entertain-
ment b> c intor Louis Cohen, ac-
companied at the piano by his
wife. Cocktail hour begins at 9
p.m., with dance music.
Heading the committee are Max
Garshag, president, and Mrs. Gar-
shag, Mrs. Joseph Braff, Mrs. isi-,
dor Silver. Mrs. Louis Rovner, Da-
vid Cashwan, Mrs. Rose Cortez,
Mrs. Minerva Cohen. .Mrs. Minnie
StieglitZ, Yale Shulnian and Mrs.
Max Abramovitz.
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STtAKS CHOPS
Daily Specials
Supper iervd
, 'til 5 A.M.
Shankman Will Talk Wednesday
Sam Shankman, of Memphis,
Tenn.. will be guest speaker at
the next weekly luncheon meeting
of the Miami Beach District of the
Zionist Organisation of America
on Wednesday. 12:15 p.m., at the
Ritz Plaza Hotel.
Shankman. author of four books,
including 'Mortimer May, Foot
Soldier in Zion." has also ,-J
25 pamphlets dealing m, ]
education and Jewish life to
South.
He is one of the f ,
Southeast Region ol zqa
honorary life president o| ,hMtJ
phis Zionist District His topic 3
be Jewish and Won Phil 1
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Continuous Dancing
Full Course
Filet Mifrnon Dinner
Showtime: 11:15 PM
tarring I^ori Wilson
Albert Wa> ne and His Or. h.
Kafael Porraa and His Orch.
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Friday, De:ember 25, 1964
*"Jenl*fi rfartdTfair
Paqe 5-B
^cc ict Iitc .
Continued from Page 1-B
.- Eisenberg .
is the daughter ol
klordecai G
i | .. "i Telahe in
ri en il i
storms and the
for fii' indefati
. i 'i. d here
Robert aon
Suzanne) Bisen-
:i!VW Al .i
ilee .iikI Jeremy.
,1,,, ,,; I'm- Seymour (Bar
by .
Fanny an I Philip Siegel have
ed fr>m Now York, where
ihey atten led the Bar Mitzvah
ol grandson Harry J.. son of the
r Shirley Siegel and Charles
Levine, of Kiushing. L. 1.
: held on Saturday. Dec. 12.
:i the Young Israel of New Gar-
,\-r. Hill- S.-na,uogue. was furlher
lelebrated by a reception and
.it the Allison Hotel .
the 130 guests were the
.. other two daughters ami
son Harold, a pharmacist,
ives v it!i his wife Sally in
, ;(..i. ater .
Anita and husband Ray Wolf,
ieep with McCrory Stores, at-
nied bj 15-year-old daugh-
- mron. and Claudia, who
rmed at the King Theatre
. she v. .is a student at the
, rsity of Miami, now cast-
. director in New York for
NBL .
Philadelphia residents, all
uinter victors to Miami Beach,
- brother and wife. Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Walder. Mr.
Mrs. Irving Braunstein. Dr.
. Mrs. Jac Siegel. and newly-
.. Mr. and Mrs. Norman
'.Hi. of Forest Hills, who
mooned at the Fontaine
u in November.
. .;; soon be leaving
i ji|" atu i v hich have reach
i :
i nshine.
G old bi
'
al he SS Argi ntina
Evei for a
. Dau
: Irving Goldburg,
Aim has trav-
eled \'c!i-.- 'lj through Europe,
the Middle K isl Africa and Mex-
ico, has already booked passage
for a month long cruise to South
America on the SS Brasil for
April .
Spending the holidays in Bos-
ton, .loan Kratish is hou-eguest-
ing with former University of
Miami classmate Carolyn Gold-
berg Daughter of Miami
Beachites Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
Kratish, Joan has been teaching
in Chicago, but for the New Year,
will transfer her career to this
area .
Rhoda and Michael Sossin home
from a visit to Puerto Rico and
the Virgin Islands on the cruise
Ship Ariadne .
Mrs. Joseph Wilkes delighted
that her mother. Mrs. Charles
Schwartz. >( Philadelphia, flew
down the other day to spend the
entire winter with her Here
for a briefer visit, another daugh-
ter Mrs. Shirley Coff.
the decor in a lovely pink and
yellow en emble accessorized in
Y O V C "pink Daughter Chryl, 16.
pleased her parents and guests
by offering several songs accom
panied by the orchestra, and
adiao Eddy gchaaffer con-
tributed to the gaietj ol the aft-
ernoon,
Ho y from
Ronald Fei
antii ipati Mrs
ri Even brothers
Richard and William, both stu
\ itin i id Janis Burke. 2218
l: i Miami Beach, were
dinner hosts to Dr. Jaime Cen-
leno, of Caraccas, il the
Vi Ian Cl Agricul-
ture, win. i has over 200
membi rs i> <'enteno let
lured recently al the i
ol Florida.
Takin a holiday break from
pre-med courses al Tulane I'ni-
tj. Sheldon, son ol the Leon-
ard Zilberts, i- expected home
this weekend .
Linda, daughter of Mr. and
M,.-. Harry Hausman. of North
Bay Rd.. all atwitter these day-
making plans to participate in
the Miami Beach Forensic Festi-
val Speech and Debate Tourna-
ment the end of the month, which
coincides with the Miami Beach
Chapter's silver anniversary .
Home chapter at Beach High
will play host to students from
schools from Maine to Oklahoma
. Scheduled for Dec. 28 to 30,
Linda is coralling as many adults
as she can induce to act as judges
for the competition.
Dr. and Mrs. Morton Rosen-
bluth started the holiday season
for over 350 friends by hosting a
brunch at the Algiers Hotel on
the 13th The Rubaiyat Room
glowed with pink and silver can-
dles in silver candelabra and the
charming hostess complemented
dent- at the University of Mi-
ami, delighted at the prospect of
having the family circle com-
plete again for a few weeks .
Same true for Ronald'- parents
Mr. and Mrs. .lack Ferdie, and
his brothi r Ainslee, department
Florida JW\
vehicle engineer em-
i bj Brown Engineering
Ferdii

1
i it Center in Hi
Bahamas Airways Adds to Flights
reservations and plans all
a visit to San Francisco
then Miami Beach. Ruth
.. the victim oi a
accident and ended up in
. yal \ ictoria Hospital in-
Regrets most having
, ; the annual dinner and
, : of the Miami Beach Mn
. i Art- League, which she
i in 1951 Some com-
ias the "to-do" made in
, over the drawing of Ruth
a foremost Canadian artisl
has been printed in the
edition of the Fncyclopae-
Britanica Recuperating
popularity of Freeport. Bahamas
Airways ha- announced the intro-
duction of a seventh daily flight
tiom Miami. .
The company, operating Vickers
Viscount four- engined aircraft,
now offers more than 300 seats per
day between Miami and the Riv-
iera of the Bahamas.
Freeport. the newest resort in
the Bahama- on Grand Bahamas
Island, is BI miles east ol Palm
Beach and within 30 minute- by
:,;, from both Miami and Ft. Lau-
dcrdale.
Bahamas Airways, in pointing
to the tremendous growth of
Freeport, noted Hie scheduled
Jan. 26 opening of Kings Inn,
with 300 air-conditioned rooms
and 1 700 feet of natural white
sand beach. The $100 million
complex will also include an 18-
hole golf course.
The Imperial Bahama Hotel, the
floating hotel that once was the
2'..000-ton liner SS Italia, has now-
completed landscaping of its nine
acres of private grounds to pro-
vide an international shopping
center.
Also available are the 160-room
Lucayan Marina Villas across the
Bell Channel Bay from Lucayan
Beach Hotel and Casino, and the
450-room Holiday Inn on the beach
adjacent to the Lucayan Beach
Hotel,
Bahamas Airway, also notes the
growth Of the island's many fine
restaurants offering British. Ital-
ian and Bahamian fare.ST.
Another
After months of painstaking research and experiment.
Mr. Pumpernik il pleased fo announce the creation of a
gourmet's chocolate unique in all the world (__
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Art Brims' 18-year-old daughter,
nm. will appear on television
the near future, She will be seen
a segment of the Alan Flint
andid Camera" show One scene
,.,w, her dropping a string ot
ads in a diami shopping center.
Hither has her bussing the best
., al a wedding. The entire Fun!
ew with director Bob Schwartz,
ade Miami Springs Villas its
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BUT PLEASE BEAR WITH US
Until we can satisfy the drmand. we request that you
limit your order (o one pound.
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+Jeist fhrkMbr
Friday, December
. 1964
m


... 4^/^fboitt f^coplc and ti
THE YOUNGER SET -h-
That streak "i lightning with a pony t.iil thai
fizzed nj on a bicycle was Diane (Mrs. Daniel)
Hellei it behind her on her own cycle was
her oldesl daughter. They were on the waj to
he store to i goodies for the slumber party
Morta was having for fifteen of her girl
ds in honor of her tenth birthda\ Each
ling to the cute poem invitation.
i rough! her own sheet, pillow and pajamas. Won-
ler where Daddy Dan went that night? No one
could ob eel it he went out with the boys-or sal
with a sick friend.
NOW DON'T MAKE A MISTAKE!
During the war years, back in 1941. March* and
Varon Kanner started a "thins" that has now
become a tradition, the Aaron Kanner annual
Orange Bowl luilfet. which meant dinner served
fter the New Year's Orange Bowl football game.
This year the football game has been changed
r.'om tV afternoon to the evening and. accord-
ingly, the Kanner dinner has been changed to
1 ie nexl t'ay, Jan. 2. from 4:30 to 830 o'clock
\ow d.i.i 1 make a mistake, because neither Mar
< ie nor Aaron nor "Miz Kanner's" statuesque
Cora will be there to greet you on New Year's
Daj'
GORGEOUS WEATHER
Honeymoon time for Ruihie and Michael Kran-
I el, who were married in New York, included
coming i" Miami so that all of Ruthie's friends
and the friends of her parents. Dr. and Mrs Jess
>pin i. could say hello and wish the bridal couple
happiness. The weather was lovely, and so was
r ie cocktcil party at the Spiier home on Cata-
lonia Ave.
Ruthie in a yellow one piece wool crepe was
; trilled at the chance to show off her tall good-
looking husband. The house and backyard were
filled with people coming and going and eating
<>nd drinking. There was only one dogall dressed
up with a jeweled collar and a pink sweater The
dog, Miss Pick, was bcin:; carried by Florence
ctccs .
I sfp* -AHiert ?Pick. Am*r uests were H
Massin, Sydele and iam Grodensky. G< ian and .Whn Serbin, Di id Mr- Herman selin-
5k) Dr. Joseph Lytton and Dr and Mrs I ...
Lytton, Yetta and Harold Malamud, Mrs. r'lor-
lanor, who has jusl returned from a trip
nd the world. Dr and Mrs. Harold Rand. Eli-
nor and David Catsman, and Florence and Sid
lewi> Red (Mrs Samuil Elinoff, who lives
-- the street, was glad she is a neighbor
When h feel started (o hurt, it was a matter <>t
only a few seconds to run home and change her
shoes
ON GOLD ROAD
Westview Country Club is on Gold Hd., and it
was the scene of a fun luncheon for Inez Krensky
and Frances Beckerman given by Alyce I Mrs
Leon Ell and Rose i Mrs. Samuel I Seltzer. Red
carnation:; in the center < f the table flanked by
catsup bottles and gaily decorated life preservers
at either end of the table told a story. The catsup
was for the hamburgers. It would have been a
wonderful diet lunch, except for the piping hot
French fries and the hot fudge sundao
The life preservers announced that Inez and
France- were going on a cruise on the SS Argen-
tina. Judy (Mrs. Thomas! Gerard and Marilyn
(Mrs. Harry) Smith sat on either side of their
mother. Mrs. Krensky. while Joyce (Mrs. Wil
Ham i Givner >at next to her mother-in law, Mrs.
Beckerman. Sally (Mrs. Chester) Krone, in town
for a few days to welcome son Robert and go to
Nassau with him, then to he In Miami Beach to
welcome her older son. Chester and his new bride
is still th'- terrific card player she always was
Prances (Mrs. Jacki Kataman was telling about
her new grandchild, Marshal Lee. son of .Sheila
and Ger.ld Teitelhaum. The three youngest ma
Iron- floated away after lunch, and the older
.natrons played cards
Amoni; the guests were Millicent (Mrs. Leon
ard1 Beldner. Belle (Mrs Emanuel) Goldstrich,
Rosalie Landsman, and Bunny (Mrs. Jay)
Schwartz
Frances Lthman
Rose Byrum Set
For Concert Here
lly Posner. chairman of the
th annual concert of Temple
Ner Tamid. on Saturday evening.
an 9, announced this week that
ne oi the featured stars of the
erl will be Rose Byrum,
Miss Byrum is a lyric coloratura
pi ano. She is w ell know n here
;< i appearance with the Opera
Id and with Rudolph Friml,
She studied in New
: k and i\on a scholarship to
- u She won I he Metropolitan Opera
udition of the Air. 1956-57. She
IbO appeared at the Radio City
lusic Hall with Raymond Paige
..inducting. ;>nd with the "Voice
i Firestone."
Last April, in Providence. R. I..
she appeared oppo-ite Jan Peerce
i Rigoletto," as Gllda. Miss By-
i uni has just returned from Cara-
cas, Venezuela, following a con-
cert tour.
Temple lion Party
Temple Zion Sisterhood is spon-
soring a New Year's Eve dance at
the new Temple, 8ooo Miller Rd..
al S 30 p.m. on Thursday. Dec. 31.
Reservations may be made with
Mrs George Klein.
Single Parent? Installation
Al Sherni?n installed newly-
elected officers of Single Parents
of Miami Beach on Wednesday.
Distributors Of
Kosher Products
Number One Provision Co.. 1 Al-
Ion Rd., Miami Beach, is exclusive
distributor for Morrisson & Schiff,
manufacturers of kosher salami.
bologna, frankfurters, knockwurst,
pastrami, corned beef and many
other meat product-.
These products are under strict
rabbinical supervision.
President of Number One Pro-
vision Co. is Herman Pearl. Bill
Ladimer is vice president Morris
Comachero is sales manager.
HARFENIST KOSHER CATERERS
ANNOUNCE THAT THfJff DINING ROOM AT THE
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Senior Friendship Circle <>i Tenv
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New Year's part)
Members will meet in the Mu-
le Room and an evening of games
, icial has been planne I
Mrs. Ann Epstein and Mrs. lint
lu Koit are co-chairmen of the
affair.
Homy K.mffnian. chairman of
the group, has announced thai a
barbershop njuartel is now boinu
formed and i- looking for voltin-
tc (i Temple affiliation is not re-
quired
New Bill Jordan's
Opens for Season
Bill Jordan opened his new Rev
taurant and Bar of Music last
Tuesdej ni^jlit for the 28th consec-
utive year at the same location.
For the firsl time in its long his
toiy. Bill Jordan's introduced a
new facet to its popular format.
and features a widely varied com
plete dinner selection and a late
supper and snack menu served
from II p.m until 5 a.m.. in addi-
tion to the traditional musical en-
tertainment
Bill Jordan and his keyboard
partner. Miss Olna Valentc. hinh
light the Rightly musical festivi-
ties and their famous twin piano
renditions.
Centrally located on Miami
Beach's '-'2nd St.. just two blocks
west of Collins Ave., the restau-
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Harold Abbott, | i
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3 at he Btandai
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Friday,
December 25. 1964
lAmifftJfcribAvi
Page 7-E
oT#* the r^ealm of <^<
Miss Kessler
I In Satin Gown
ll,.. Assembly Room oi the Du
|,i plaza was the setting for the
Rjndlelight ceremony uniting Bev-
Lrly Ann Kessler and Larry Fred-
V. ; g kolOW on Sunday, Dec. 20.
L'ilh Rabbi Irving Lchrmun otli-
IriaUng.
Parents oi the newlyweds arc
Mr, and Mrs. Harry Kessler. 6301
I 5\V 18th St.. and Mr. and Mrs. Nat
gpltokm. 5020 Riviera Dr.
The bride wore a satin gown of
rich ivory, it? alencon lace bodice
[delicately mbellished with seed
pwrN and crystal beads. Details
^eluded a -calloped neckline and
ICgal sleeves which extended be-
>ond the wrist, coming to a point
II tin hand. The controlled skirt,
ippHqued th alencon lace, fea-
tured an uisle-wide detachable
, train.
The bride wore a candlelight
peau de sore crmvn appliqued with
alencon lace and featuring
a tr tier veil of French illu-
npl ding the outfit was a
ea*cade bouquet of Illy-
illey, white roses, and a
p int "I white orchids
Hi, bride's sister, Lynne Kess
|er, served m maid of honor. Mrs,
Kaulman, the bride's aunt.
i. atron <>f honor. Gail Soko-
. t'iimi<>> eu .ii n.ii 11^,
e ,,,,.ms sister, un~j.in.or "^ ,
.maid. Mrs. Rae Cannon.
Irma Greene and Sandy Neff
as bridesmaids.
ocietu
MissFelkoff
Hyes Aug. Rites
Mr, and Mrs. Bdward I. Felkoff,
of Larchmont, N.Y., announce the
engagement of their daughter, Teri
Joan, to Edward Isadore Leviten.
The groom to-be is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Leviten, 1799
SW 18th St.. Miami.
Miss Felkoff graduated from
Mamaroneck High School, she is
presently a -indent at the Univer-
sity of Florida.
Mr. Leviten graduated from Mi-
ami High, and will receive a Bach-
elor of Science degree from the
University of Florida ii June. He
i a member of Tau Epsilon Phi.
He is a past aleph godol of AZA
32C here, an affiliate of the B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization.
! After an Aug. 28 wedding at the
I F'Hintainhead in New Rochelle.
they will live in the Greater New
York area.
Wi i ner- Kn hn
Miss Rosenzweig
To be Married
MRS. LARRY SOKCLOW
Mrs. Marie Rosenweig. of 945 NE
173rd St., No. Miami Beach, an-
University ol Florida and Univer- nounces the engagement of her
sity Of Miami. She is presently daughter, Sandra, to Allen Stuart
employed at Harris. Buggeln and Goldstein, -on ol Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Goldstein, oi savannah.
Ga.
Miss Rosenzweig is a graduate
Mr. Sokolow is also a graduate
o| Coral Gables Senior High School 0f"north''Miami Senior High School
The bridegroom's brother. David and the University ol Miami. He gne is lunv attending the I'niver
Sckolow, served as his best man. is now assistant manager of Sunny
with Mike Cannon. Bill I'olansky Isle Bowl, and received the J. Ed
sity of Georgia, where she majors
in Engli-'i. She plans to teach sec-
and Alan Fogel. ushers. win Larson Scholarship in Finance. 0ll(|arv 8Chool
Grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. isi- He is presently completing his ed- ^ GoW8tem will
lich. were also members of the Following the reception and din- fraternity, and Kappa Psi, phai
vi-dding party. \ ner. the couple will honeymoon in maceutical fraternity
Newlyved Mrs. Sokolow is a': Mexico City and Acapulco. Upon
graduate of Coral Gables Senior'their return, they will live in North
High School, and has attended the I Miami.
Renowned Cellist
Reveals Betrothal
Of His Daughter
l^'onard Rose, internationally-
known concert cellist, of Great
Neck, N. Y., announces the engage-
ment of his daughter. Barbara
.'ear. to Stuart Perry Schirota. son
ol Dr, and Mrs. Harry J Schirota,
u Scarsdale, N. Y.
The prospective bride, daughter
tlso Of the late Minnie K. Rose,
: I uranddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Roe. of Miami Beach, is a
graduate of Great Neck North
High School, and attended the Hart
College of Music of the University
ol Hartford, where she majored in
opera. She presently is employed
b) Gerard and Sudy of the New
York Hilton Hotel.
Mr. Schirota, a graduate of Scars. Uer. he will attend Temple Uni-
dale High School, attended Duke vt,rsjtv Dental School in Philadel-
u.iversitv In North Carolina. He ,ja "pa
as graduated from Long Island, ^ a June
1 niversrty and will receive an MA "1 VUUK
degree there in June. In Septem- wedding.
Special Service
Slated Sunday
Special services will be held at
i Washington Federal Auditorium,
ran NE 167th St.. on Sunday night
at 8 p.m.
Memorial plaques in memory of
Rabbi Colman Zwilman and his
parents, Philip and Miril Zwit-
man, will be unveiled at the ser-
vices.
Irving Farber, president of B'nai
I Abraham, said that tribute will be
paid to Dr. S. '/.. Kahane. director
iol the Ministry of Religious Af-
fairs of the State of Israel, "for his
lellort on behalf of reviving inter-
iest in and h<.pe for the rebuilding
of the Temple on Mount Moriah
i in Jerusalem."
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JFCS Women's
Group to Meet
Women's Committee of Jewis
Family and Children's Servic
will have its January board mee
ins Monday, Jan. 4. 945 a.m.. ; -.
the home ol Mrs. Max V. Gogei
president, i"1! No. Bay Rd.
They will meet with the Art
Committee to discuss plans tor the
Evening in Paris cocktail part
and art show Saturday evening,
Apr. 10. at the Neptune Room ol
the Surfside Community Center. A
trip to Europe for two will be first
prize.
Proceeds of the event will be
used toward maintaining the Jev -
ish Family and Children's Servic.
Treatment Home, Chairman of tha
Art Committee will be Mrs. Bei
nard Kramarsky Mrs. Eugen
Katz. vice president, will be tick* t
chairman.
MISS SANDRA ROSENZWEIG
Temple Youths
Hold Debate
Should Bar Mitzvah be Move
to Age 16?" was 'he subject of
debate between the TNT Club of
Beth Torah Congregation and th.
Youth Croup ol Temple Ner T<
mid. recently.
Beth Torali group took the ni _
ative side and participated in SC
vices and a breakfast at Tempi
Ner Tamid.
Officers nl 111- TNT Club ai
Mark Haddad president; Steven
Wolk, Scotl Moore and Buddy Sny-
der, vice presidents: Barbara Sa-
lon, treasurer: Susan Cavell an
Shelley l.abalon. secretaries.
Saul Sosnowski serves as a<
visor to the group.
Crandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Isi- He is presently completing nw ^ <;,(Me.n will graduate in f
tore Kessler and Mrs. Fannie. ucation to become a general in- ^^ ftm ^ l.njversitv nl c;eor.
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*t lewist) Hcrk/ian
CeCe
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
CeCe Alexander, now Mrs Milton Weiss, came to
Miami Beach from New York in 1932. On the famous
14th St. Beach, she used to watch her husband-to-be in
.. Imiration as he would pick up a big fellow and toss him
over his shoulder with one hand. Not only was Milton a
captivating lifeguard; he was a member of the wrestling
team at the University of Miami, as well. As a senior in
law school. Milton didn't even ask CeCe for a date until
she reached the manic aye of 18. Graduating from the
University of Miami with an AB
degree. CeCe taught for three
years until they were married.
Since Milton was on the School
Board, that ended her teaching ca-
reer. It also ended her summer-
time modeling jobs, except for
benefit affairs. It was easy for
CeCe to go from the teacher's
point of view to the parents' side
of the picture Two daughters.
Alexa and Kay. now Mrs. Neil
Harris, whose husband is an indus-
trial designer in Philadelphia.
were her entrance ticket into Un-
interesting soul-satisfying, some-
times harrowing world <>i PTA. It
was a "natural'' for her to be ac-
tive ui school leadership circles. She was president of
Morth Beach Parent Teachers Association and on the Dade
i ountj Council Board
Currently. CeCe is vice president of the Florida State
i ongress of PTA. Education i children fascinates her, and
she i- on the Committee on Education
CeCe has done and is doing man} jobs in her com-
munity, but always working for and with children has a
deep emoti< i i] appeal to her. What she like., best i- read
oi Recording for the Blind, Inc. Tin offices
: this orgai Iza ion in the U.S., with one right at our own
i ive -sity i I Miami.
This year. CeCe bought a ear with four doors, so it
" n'-' be i! her to taki her mo | mothi i
iaunts. She feels thai il is a pre..
inspiral r to have two >u< h wonderful women in
\ !: she admits with a little giggle that M
is absolutely lord and master of the family, lie is cut
rentlj serving as president oi Miami Beach Ft leral Sa\
and Loan A sociation.
Mr and Mrs Weiss like to have fl n to talk and
dine, but every once in a while they gel o>er to their pri
vat< Shangri-la, Abaca Island in the Bahamas, which they
own with another couple, in a primitive existence, they
find a complete change of pace that is completely relaxing
Fishing on their own island, as well as back in Miami, is
one of their hobbies When Milton has to make business
trips, his pretty blonde wife goes along.
With her keen interest in everything new and her en-
dearing enthusiasm, that is exactly what is meant by com-
bining business and pleasure.
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Miss Epstein
Weds Physician
A reception and dinner at the
Deauvflle Hotel followed the wed-
ding there of Sheila Bonnie Ep-
stein and Dr. Marvin M. Silverberg
on Saturday. Dec. 19. Rabbi Max
Lipschitz. of Beth Torah Congre-
gation, officiated at the 7 o'clock
rites.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs Martin Epstein. 1240
NE 152nd St., and Mr. and Mrs.
Sigmund Silverberg. 1841 SW 9th
St,
For the ceremony, the bride
wore a floor-length Aline gown of
v hite lace ,:nd peau de soie and
the bridegroom's gift of pearls.
Her bouquet was made up of white
roses and orchids,
Joan Carol Epstein, the bride's
13 year-old rister, Barrie Sue Mas-
sarsky and Karen Lcfkowitz were
attendants. The bridegroom's
brother. J. Silbcrg. served as his
best man. Dr. C. B. Mutter and
Fred Silber ushered.
Newlywed Mrs. Silverberg is a
graduate of North Miami High and
the University of Miami, where
she earned a BA degree in educa-t
tion. She is a member of Delta Phi
Epsilon Sorority and has been
teaching second grade at Greyn-
olds Elementary School.
A graduate of Miami Beach
High. Dr. Silverberg has a BS de-
gree from the University of Miami | west Miami.
Miss Kase Weds
Robert Jay Light
At Doral Beach
In a double ring candlelight cer
cmonj on %undaj noun. Dec. 20.
at the Doral Beach Hotel, Miss Su-
an Kase, da ighter ol Mr, and v -
Iluwell G Kase, 3280 Chase ive .
Beach, became the briue ol
Robed Jaj Light, son ol Mr and
Sol P Light, "i New York
Citj Rabbi Joseph Narol offici
. ted.
De< the wedding was car-
ried out in yellow and white. Best
n n was !> Jerome Light, ol New
Y( rk City, I shers were William
Kase, brother of the bride, and
Sti "hen Forman, of Portland. Ore..
. id cousin o| the bride.
Maid of honor was Miss Elaine
Rochlin, of Minneapolis, Minn..
usin of the bride, and brides-
maid was MlSI Sherry Light, sis-
ter of the groom.
The bride wore a traditional wed-
ding gown of white organza over
satin covered by alencon lace. The
gown featured a scooped neckline.
short sleeves, fitted bodice and
Empire line. The attached train ex-
tended into chapel length. Her
French illusion veil fell from a
headpiece o f hand-embroidered
alencon lace. The strand of pearls
worn by the bride was a gift from
her father en her engagement. She
carried two white orchids and
.-tephanotis on her confirmation
Bible
The bride is a graduate of Mi-
ll i Beach Senior High School and
attended th< University ol Miami.
Mr Light i- a graduate of Brook.
W'erner-Kahti
MM. MARVIN SILVlRBtKG
and an MD from the UM School
Of Medicine. His fraternities are
Beta Beta Beta and Phi Delta Ep-
silon.
Followins; a honeymoon in Ja-
maica, the couple will live in South.
Art)
MRS. ROBIRT LIGHT
l\n College School of Engineer-
ing and served in the Armed
Forces in Korea. He is a member
of Stanley Furniture Co.. of New
York.
A reception and formal seated
luncheon followed at the Doral
Bi a< h Hotel.
TV- couple are spending their
in neymoon in the Virgin Islands
Plld will make their homo at 301
'< t 64 h Si \. a York City.
Friday, December 25,
Shapiro, Kaiser
Betrothal Told
Wde-leet's betrothalTgi!
nounced by her parents v g*
Mrs. A. Seotty Snap; 0 "
Banyan Rd.. Keystone pLA
The groom-to-be is the
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kaiser '?J
Lronx, N.Y. to
Miss Shapiro is a r,(i
North Miami High Lfifgj
employed as a dental assist^
New York City. ''
Mr. Kaiser is a graduate ft*.
York University, with a |r
in industrial engineering
now studying for Mast. L
giee. alto at NYl d*
Sperlings Revesl
Daughter's Troth
The eng.,,,.,.,en- o| their (had
ter, Frances Elaine, is !,. ,
nounced by Mr. and Mrs .v,;.,
Sperling, of 910 Valnera Ave Cm
al Gables.
The groom-to-be > Sidney Kilt,
erman. He is the son of yr. and
Mrs. Samuel Kaiserman, of Mattj.
j pan. Mass.
Miss Sperling is ., graduate of
Chandler's in Boston Mr. Kaiser*
man graduated from Eastern I
nois State College
Pioneers Plan
Meetings Here
A regular meeting of Pioneer
Women, Club I, will take pit
Thursday, Jan : : m., at Wash-
ington Federal \\ ,
V.e.
Mrs .lo- ih K
will honor 'Ir-
on th..... er *hday.
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feature a ganu ht.
Symposium HeJd
At Ner Tamid
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Friday, December 25,
1964
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Some 600 persons greeted Farband President
Samuel Bonchek at a function recently at the
DiLido Hotel. Standing (left to right) are Arthur
Teichner, Sam Galfund. Dr. Simon Wilensky.
Michl Gibson, Harry Sacks, Abraham Filisof,
Harry Chaet. Sender Wolson, Oscar Shapiro,
Isaac Donen. Bernard Furman. William Beck-
with, Morris Denmark and Moshe Berman.
Sea'ed are Dr. Isaac Unterman, Morris Honig-
baum, Mauel Burstein. Irving Sachs, Moe Le-
vme, Joseph P. Zuckerman, Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Bonchek and Samuel Pamess. Moshe Le-
vme, president of Chaim Weizmann Branch,
opened the meeting. Joseph Zuckerman. Far-
band representative. wa chairman of the
evening. Morris Honigbaum greeted guests
in the name of Bialik Branch. Manuel Bur-
stein, president nf Ben-Gurion Branch, and
Samuel Galfund. of David Bliss Branch, also
presented greetinas. Entertainment was by
Michl Gibson, formerly of *he Yiddish Art
Theatre, and Ben Yomen. director of Miami
Community Singers. Esther Barrett was at
the piano.
Spinoza Forum
Meeting Here
Spinoza Forum for Adult Educa-
tion meets Thursday mornings, 10
to 12 noon, in the auditorium ot
Washington Federal. 1234 Wash
ington Ave. This Thursday morn-
ing. Dr. Abraham Wolf.son was to
speak on "Yehuda llalevi." Jew
ish national poet.
"Moses Ifaimonldes" will be the
topic for the following Thursday.
H. E. Kaden is chairman.
The Spino/.a Study Class, under
the direction of Meyer Chariff.
meets Fridays, 2 to 5 p.m., in the
Community room of Miami Beach
Federal.
Mandler Will
Be Honored Here
Rabbi Leon Kronish. president
ol the South Florida Council.
American Jewish Congress, an-
nounces that Bernard s. Mandler,
president of Ihe Metropolitan Chap-
ter : the American Jewish Con-
ess, "ill be honored at a com-
munity-wide tribute meeting Sat-
lay, Jan. 9, 8 p.m., at the Ever-
. ades Hotel.
.Mandler. who is a graduate of
the Universitj of Miami Law
School, is being recognized "for
Jii- work on behalf ol civil rights
and civil liberties as South Florida
< nawman of the Commission on
law and Social Actions, the arm
oi the American Jewish Congress
that takes, test cases to court, pre-
pares draft legislation and seeks
to mobilize < (immunity support in
tne defense of civil rights and civil
liberties and the fight against re-
ligious and racial discrimination."
Guest speaker will be Leo Pfef-
ier, general counsel American
Jewish Congress, and former na-
tional chairman of the Commis-
sion on Law and Social Actions for
American Jewish Congress.
Educator Speaks
To Zionist Club
Loui- Schwerttman, executive
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education of Greater Miami, and
a member ol the Executive Com-,
mittee of the National Association
for Jewish Education, was guest
speaker at the weekly meeting of
\uc Luncheon Club sponsored by
the Miami Beach District of the
Zionist Organization of America.
..noiding to Jacob C Fishman.
chairman.
The luncheon took place on
Wednesday. 12:15 p.m., at the Ritz
Ha/a Hotel.
Dr Abraham Wolf-on reviewed
the current news, and community
singing wa- also planned.
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Science Students
To be Hosted
Temple Fmanu-Kl will host 135
out of-town honor science students
from -i:> high schools during their
visit to this area for a science
((invention ;n Miami and Miami
Beach.
For the second year, Temple
! narui-Fl will hold a dance in
in their honor on Wednesday
evening at the North Branch
l>i ilding. M inbcr.s of the senior
United Synagogue Youth Chapter
o! the Temple will be official hosts
and hostesses, Hiss Trudy Sigal,
president, announced.
Chairman tor the evening's ac
tivities is Miss Lynn Newman, As
a highlight of the evening. Miami
Beach Mayor Melvin J. Richard
will present keys to the city to the
visiting students.
Beachite Attends
Youth Confab
Sholom Strajeher, of 3047 Prairie
Ave.. is one of 40 teen-agers from
throughout the United States se-
lected to attend a three-day con-
ference of the National Conference
oi Synagogue Youth, teen-age
youth movement of the I'nion of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations of
America
The mid-winter conference, to
be held this weekend at the Mou-
sey Park Hotel. Monsey, \ Y will
brin- together members of the
NCSY National Executive Board
and presidents of the 18 NCSY reg-
ions located in the United States
and Canada,
Strajeher, national chairman of
the Ben Zakki Alumni and imme-
diate pa-t NCSY national presi
dent, is a graduate of the Mesivta
of Greater Miami. He Is present!)
attending Yeslnva University In
New York City.
Strajeher was honored for his
two-year term of office when he
was awarded the organization's
highest tribute, the NCSY Nation
nl Standards Certificate of Leader
ship.
Austin Burke Speaks
The University of M,dn. ,
of Delta Sigma P,. hono^t
ness fraternity, held it 2
rimner meeting here with
Burke as a *ues. speaker
who once lectured regularly S
L'M on salesmanship, ha. hW
honorary member of the ..T**\
for the past five vcar 'lWt
Bilu in Opening
Cruises Here
More than 250 persons fa.
t.cpated in two biaugUM Z^
jore of the M V Bilu nR l
The Bilu. new Israel, *h
cling as part of the Sw \Sl
Lines, made the voyages ,0 Free
port and Lucaya.
Participating were leading red
esentatives of the press* *
travel agencies in the Great* Mi-
inn area.
-uFred K. Shochet. pubLsher of
he Jewish Floridian. \.;0 miiA
Ihe Sunday voyage, declared that
"the Bilu is a beautiful ship Thed
'rip was delightful. The Bilu\ faJ
clitic, arc unique and hlghlj ,-.
ioyable."
The Bilu Is owned by vimerfin
Passenger Lines ol Geneva, Swfu.|
Iland, and is operated l Swi-sl
Cruise Lines ol Florida
Bronfmans are Cited
By Special Repor
NKW YORKi harles R. Brnnf-I
man. president of the House of
he House ol s. agr, ms Ltd., of
Canada, and Edgar \i Brinfman,
president of Joseph K Seagrams)
& Sons. Inc. ISA., received
special citations from the Amen- ]
can-Israel Chamber of Commerce
and Industry at a members' lunch-
eon recently at 'he Americana
Hotel here.
Your
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Of every company, large and small. Accountants
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specialized talents of ths Accountant.
At Dade Federal, millions of dollars come to
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Mdoy. December 25, 1964
+Jenlst fkrUHan
Paqe 11-B
Lecdore of Temple Beth Sholom played host to
scr.r 200 new members of the conqreqation
at c party m the Temple Auditorium recent-
ly. Left to riqht are Mrs. E'hel Shapiro, fi-
nanced secretary of Sisterhood; James Knop-
ke -ice president of Brotherhood; Jack M.
Fink vice president of *he Temple, Eli Katzin,
general secretary of the Temple; Mrs. Harold
Granoff, chairman of hospitality of Sisterhood;
Dr. Meyer Eaqnatz, board member of the Tem-
ple; Mrs. James Knop'xe, rscordinq secretary
of Sisterhood; Rabbi Ieon Kionish. spiritual
leader of the conqreqation; Mrs. Jack Shapiro,
member of the board of Sisterhood; and Jack
Shapiro, president of the Brotherhood.
At the Kneseth Israel banquet are seated (left
to right) Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein. Mrs. Samuel Ler-
ner, Mrs. Abraham Seif, Mrs. Joseph Nadler,
Mrs. Daniel Lehrfield, Mrs. Louis Dublin, Philip
Weiss. Standina (left to riqhO are Samuel
Lerner, Cantor Abraham Seif, Joseph Nadler.
Rabbi David Lehrfield, Louis Dublin, Milton
Kahn, and David Eisenstein.
Kneseth Israel Welcomes Rabbi
th Israel Conregation ten-
dered Rabbi and Mrs. David Lehr-
Held, recently returned from Is
rael. a welcome home banquet at
the Victor Hotel catered by the
Hungarian Restaurant.
Attending the banquet were
-MM 300 members and friends of
i ibl i Lehrfield.
(Sreeting him were Louis Dublin,
president of the congregation; Mrs.
l H Eisenstein, president ol the
Sisterhood; Jo-eph Nadler. vice
president and chairman of the eve-
David Eisenstein, co-chair-
inn
man of the affair and chairman of
the Board of Trustees; Sol Haslun.
national representative of the He-
ligious Zionists of America; Jacob
Sachs, education director of the
Religious School of Kneseth Israel;
Attend
services
tfiis ween
at your own
pface of
worship
and Philip Weiss, vice president of
the synagogue and cat< rer ol the
affair.
Mrs Lehrfield thanked the gath-
ering lor its affection Rabbi Lehr-
field gave a brief report on Israe'
and presented a Kiddush cup from
Israel to the congregation
Serving on the committee were
Milton Kahn. treasurer, and Sam-
uel Lerner, vice president.
A musical program was arrang-
ed and offered by Cantor Abraham
Sell Of Kneseth Israel
Tropical Race
First in Series
Saturday's $10,000 added James
II. Bright Memorial Handicap will,
he the first of a series of stakes
races to ge televised over a na-
tional network through much ot
the Florida season.
Sports Network. Inc.. is produc-
ing the shows, and Tommy Rob-
erts will provide the color and be-
hind the scenes features and in-
terviews. Track announcer Chuck
Bang will describe the running of
a 11 programs emanating from
{Topical Park.
Taxpayers Elect
Wolff President
Of Seech Group
!!eiuy~T: Wolff, pr< -idem nlThe '
E Wolit Realtors and
Mortgage Bankers Co., was elect-
ed president of Miami Beach Tax-
"i Association at the group's
meet in m I hur day, Dec 10. He
succeeds Paul L. Hexter.
Serving with him will be Saul
Seiderman, executive vice presi-
dent; lien Bhttle Jr., David Fen-
ton, Col. Carl It. Shaw, Myron II.
Willison. vice presidents; Sara
Dee Berkowitz. secretary; Paul M.
Marko Jr., treasurer.
Holdover trustees are .lack A.
Abbott, George .1. Bertman. Je-
rome (i. Greene, Bitter Levison,
E. Albert Pallot, Dr. Kurt Peiser,
Robert A. Peterson. Simon E. Ru-
! bin, Frank Smat'iers Jr.. all past
1 presidents. Mrs. Leslie Buswell,
Radford Crane, John B. Denvir.
Jr.. Samuel Friedland, Dr. Leon-
ard II. .iacob-on. Louis Michaels.
Max Orovitz. Mrs, Rose Weiss, Col.
Mitchell Wo'ifson.
New trustees are Paul L. Hex-
ter. Parks .tusk. Mrs. Howard P.
Cummings.
Directors for 1065-66 are Mis-
Sara Dee Berkowitz. David ('.
Berry. Harry Krlanger. William
Farr. Sam A. Goldstein, Dr. Jack
A. Greenhouse, Jacob C. Lefko-
witz, Arnold Levien. Paul M. Mar-
ko Jr.. Mrs. Richard Merrill. Paul
Seiderman. Samuel L. Seltzer. Mil-
ton Sirkin. Charles H. Whitebrook,
Mrs. John B. Wofford. Henry E. 1
' Wolff.
Holdover directors not subject i
, to reelection are Ben Battle Jr.,
Bob Bezark. C. L. Clements Jr..
; Dennis P. Clum. Ted E. Cohen, I
I David Fenton, Nathan Gumenick, |
G. Willard Home. Sam F. Knowles. i
I William T. Kruglak II. Mrs. Frank
II. Morse. Godfrey Perell. Jack S. I
I'opick, Marcus Sarokin. Col. Carl;
I! Shaw. Myron II. Willison. Paul'
('. Wimbish. Leonard A. Young Jr.
Nominating Committee members
were Simon Rubin, chairman. Da-
vid Fenton. Kitter Levinson. Col.
i 11 I!. Shaw, Myron II. Willison.
Wolff was born in Louisiana and
later moved to Alabama, where
be attended Ihe University of Ala-
bama. He came to Miami Beach
In 1934
A former member of the nation-
| al board >>i the National Federa
tion ol Temple Brotherhoods, he
is a pasl p sident of Temple Is-
rael of Greater Miami
He served on the board of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
HENRV i. WOlff
Board of Trustees of Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital, and Citizens
Advisory Committee of Mount Sinai
Hospital.
He is a past president of the
Miami Beach Exchange Club.
Mortgage Bankers" Association of
Greater Miami, and is secretary of
the Standard Club of Greater Mi-
ami.
He is a member of Government
Research Council. Chamber of
Commerce. National Association
of Real Estate Boards, and for-
mer chairman of City of Miami
Beach Personnel Board.
Married to the former Zelma
Schonwald, of Oklahoma City, the
Wolffs have two children, Carol
and Henry Jr.. and live at 5077 No.
Bay Rd.
Opera Tickets
At Burdine's
Opera Guild of Greater Miami
will open a ticket booth at Bur-
dine's downtown department store
on Monday. The ticket booth will
be located on the fourth floor
bridge.
Operas to be presented this sea-
son in c lucl e "Otello." starring
i nes McCracken and Phyllis Cur-
tin, in January; "Lucia di Lam-
mermour." with Joan Sutherland
in the title role, to be heard in
February; and "The Marriage of
Pigaro," to he sung in English, in
March.
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daily from 5 to 10 p.m.
Dr. Lehrman
To Give Paper
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-KI. has
been invited by Dr. Louis Finkel-
stein. chancellor of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America,
to participate in the third annual
conference of the Herbert H. Leh-
man Institute of Ethics, which will
be held at the Seminary on Mon-
day and Tuesday in New York.
Rabbi Lehrman will present a
paper at the Monday evening din-
ner session of the conference, ex-
ploring the role of the rabbi as it
relates to hi- congregants, his col-
leagues, his family and his com-
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Jewist) nrrkflnr
Friday, December 25, 1964
Hibiscus Lodge
Plans Function
Plans are now under way for a
"Past Master's Night" sponsored
by Hibisi us Masonic Lo Ige on Jan.
24 at the Deauville Hotel
i rber has been ap-
point i lai o the
i. and be has named Norton
Pallot and Sandy Hildebrandt as
ai
evening n*. ill honor H
Katzen, an official ol Norton Tire
Company, and one ol the youngest
civic leaders ever to be elevated
to the post ot worshipful master.
Mapping plans lor a New Year's eve party and dance are
Norman Sholk, Charles Z. Spingarn, chairman, and Herbert
Cashvan. of Beth David Men's Club. The affair will be
catered by Beth David's catering manager, Lloyd Apple, in
the Grand Ballroom of Spector Hall.
Planning for the New Year's Eve party to be held at Temple
Menorah (lef*. to right) seated are Mrs. Charles Wolf, treas-
urer of affair; Mrs. Sam Belsky, Sisterhood president; and Mrs.
Milton Singer, chairman. Standing ar*i Mis. Liber Ringer,
table arrangements; Mrs. Samuel Graham, table reservations;
Mrs. Moe Kurman and Mrs. Hyman Bergad, tickets. Mrs. Leo
Sonnenblick, co-chahman, is not shown. The function will
be held in the Temple Social Hall. _________
Dr. Goodman
President-Elect
Dr. Michael uoodnian has been
installed as president-elect of the
, Florida Rehabilitation Association
at its recent annual meeting in
Orlando.
Executive director of Miami's
Jewish Vocational Service. Dr.
Goodman also serves as president
)f the Dade County Chapter of the
association.
The FRA membership is com-
posed of 2,500 physicians, social
workers, rehabilitation coun-
selors, occupational therapists
and psychologists interested in
rehabilitation of handicapped
people.
Dr. Goodman received his Mas
ter's of Education degree in guid-
ance and counseling from the Uni-
versity of Miami in 1951. He ob-
tained his doctorate degree in re- j
habitation counseling from New
York University in 1957.
He has been associated with Jew-1
ish Vocational Service since 1958.
administering rehabilitation pro j
grams for handicapped Dade Coun-1
tians of all faiths.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, dis-
cusses the Temple's annual Homecoming with his daugh-
ter, Miss Rosalind Lehrman, a senior at the University of
Miami.
Homecoming Set At Emanu-El
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itor of th'' Miami Beach Sun.
. guest speaker at a meeting
the Am rican Association for
i United Nations on Monday. 8
. at Washington Federal. 1234
-hington Ave.
Nexl general session of the or-
,, ation i- slated for Jan. j:>
llation of officers of the or-
tion will be held Sunday
:;:
To be installed are B. Bayard
Strait, president; vice presi-
dents. Pro'. Andre S. Bialolenki,
Mrs. Toby Emancel, Abraham
Grunhut, Harry Perkel, Mrs.
Phi'ip Thau; treasurer, H. P.
Forrest; lecording secretary,
tames Hotehkijs; parliamentar-
ian, Judge Hsnry Balaban.
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Board of Directors includes Mrs.
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ler, Hon. llvman Galbut. Wally
Gluck, Jack Cordon. Mayor Chuck
Hall. Mis- I) ;i';i Hill. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Dr Irving Lehrman, Dr.
Solomon Lichter, Mrs. Anna Bren-
ner Meyers Leo Mindlin, Hy Mor-
ns. Joel IV New man. lion Ken
tuth oka. Hon. Elliott Roosevelt,
Mrs Elliott Roosevelt, Rev. R,
Wiley Scott, Irvin R. Schindler,
Miss Laura J Shepard. Judge Har-
old B Span George Wolpert
New Year's Eve Party
Beth Moshe Congregation, i:mo
W Dixie Hwy., will usher in the
New Year at a party on Dec. 31.
Reservations for the function may
be made at Bethe Moshe.
Synagogue Maps
Activities Here
The Sabbath at Jacob C. Cohen '
Community Synagogue will be ded-
icated to the State of Israel and
lit- current political problems.
Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual lead-
er, will review Israel's present
controversy in light of the coun-
try's electoral system.
The synagogue will initiate a
new educational program of Fri-
day Night Forums beginning Fri-
day, Jan. 8. The series will be
known as "Ask the Rabbi."
Rabbi Stern will answer all
questions, which must be submit-
ted in written form one week prior
to each forum.
Charier Da) will be observed by
Iht synagogue on April 4. 1965 at
the Deauville Hotel. An award will
be presented in the form ol a free
vacation for two for the entire
Passover season at the Coronet
Hotel.
George Simon is general chair-
man of the Charter Day Award.
Co-chairman is Mrs, Edyth Som-
. mer, vice president of Sisterhood.
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Temple Emanu-El's annual
Homecoming activities for college
students who attend universities
all over the country will begin this
Friday evening at 8:30 p.m.
Dr. Irving Lehrman has chosen
as his subject for the evening "Our
Future is on the Campus."
College students participating in
the service are Miss Rita Krach-
mer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Krachmer. :i senior at Newcomb j
College, Tulane University for
Women: Miss Rosalind Lehrman,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Irving
Lehrman. a senior at University of
Miami; Barry Rosenkranz. son of
Dr and Mrs Hyman Rosenkranz. '
junior at Chicago Medical School.
On Wednesday morning. Dec.
30 the "Buzz and Brunch" session.
which has become a tradition at
Temple Emanu-El, will be held in
Sirkin Hall. Dr. Lehrman will greet
college students and discuss with
them some of the problems con-
Psychodrama
At Beth Torah
Mollie Kananer Sisterhood of
Beth Torah Congregation will hold
it- January meeting on Wednes
(1. \ Jan. 6. 8 30 p.m., in the Tem-
1 le Soeial Hall.
Mis. Martin ll. Matz. program
vice president, announces the
presentation of a psychodrama.
"The Verdicl is Yours." produced
!> the United Synagogue Youth of
Beth Torah and directed by Mr,
Marshall Baltuch
A discussion on whether Jewish
education should continue alter
Bar or Bas Vfitzvah will follow the
psychodrama The meeting will be
(inducted bj Mis Stanley Stein.
Sisterhood president.
fronting college youth ot today.
Visiting students from the area
are invited to attend.
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December 25, 1964
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Barne;t Schwartimen vah on Friday, Dec. 25. ;it Beth
iet A Lcvi and Can- Moshe Congregation. Rabbi Rich-
brd M. Marcovitz and Cantor Sey-
mour Hinkes will officiate.
An Oneg Shabbat in Wendy's
honor will follow the services
Popiel Social Hall
Wendy U a student at Beth
Moshe Hebrew School and attends
VV. Lipson will officiate
in Saturday morning.
Beth David Synagogue
,n David, son of Mr.
,,,'iis Schwartzman, 1917
',... will be Bar Mit/vah.
Is in the tirst year of
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8. Sehwarfiman
Melodye Attain
garni'!' \- in im ."< -- pwkk iukkw avuuui dim Hue
Hfbrev llish and the eighth grade Thomas Jefferson Junior High.
f. Bhenandoah Junior High. He
I has sf
I til re
- Class Student t'oun-
ipr'esentative and has receiv-
Bar
Son
Jcck Schim
Jill Yagoda
Marc Ivler
Jan Gars
rds for scholastic achieve-
ment He was presented with the
IS&t Israel Shapoff Award upon
ling from the Junior High
Department of Beth David Hebrew
Sch I His hobbies include tennis
and building scale model cars.
The Schwartzmans will honor
their -on at a family luncheon at
the Biscayne Terrace Hotel.
Mr Schwartzman is director of
the Bureau Of Jewish Education
ut Gn ter Miami.
Barnett is the grandson ot Mrs.
Sh] '.' and the late Mr.
Shpritz, and the late Mr. and Mrs.
11 !: s< hwartzman, of Balti-
. Md.
Philip Tempkins
Dec. 26. Philip
will celebrate his Bar
\ Israel of Greater
erwin st......r
fficiate.
. nd Mr>. Abraham
i '! NE nth Ct No
' ai I the celebrant is an
student at John F.
Ij Junior High School where
ys violin in the school or-
a His hobbies arc photogra-
howling and music.
P will be honored at a party
b> his parents.
Jack Schim
On Saturday morning, D"c ";.
Jack David, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Schim, will be Bar Mitz-
vah at Temple Sinai at North
Dade. Rabbi Lowy and Cantor Chet
Gale "ill officiate.
.lack is an eighth grade student
at Temple Sinai's Religious School
and at Parkv aj Junior Hi
Planning a career in elect i
eering, .lack entered a proj-
sciem I and
n av : ludies at
way Junior H I
Tim Sharpe
Tim Lnui son ol Mr and Mrs
Joseph \ve..
will observe his Bur Mitzvah on
Saturdaj. Dec 26, during moi
- rvices con lucted by Rabbi l
! ronish at Temple Beth Sholom.
A student in the Temple's con-
firmation class ,">7_'ii. ihe celebrant
is also an 'iahth grade honor
dent at Nautilus Junior High,
where he serves as president of
Home Room,
He take- honor math, play- sax-
ophone in the school band. I- a
member of the volleyball and
basketball team- and has won
awards in track, field and swim-
ming.
A reception luncheon w ill follow
the ceremony,
ah al Temple Menorah.
of the Irving Laibsons, the
Jar Mitzvah is in the school band
also plaj s the
is
..nd
pi-
! I Nautilus
a no.
At Ihe rcc ption in the Temple's
>ocial Hall that ei ening, his grand-
its, the Walter Baucrs, along
v ilh the !.'.' mard Solomons and
Ihe b nard Wallachs, ol Philadel-
.ill p.i.tii pate in a candle-
ny.
i" tally for Ihe event
ic Ihe 'iar Mitz\ ah nev Ij
his \ i!i Alan
or.d Pal ': land. Richard
al ihe
. t< in v;i"
in to
B '' ah
Cleii
Laura Solomon
Laura, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs.
i Solon i n. i7.Mii NE nth PI.,
.11 observe her Bas Mitzvah on
evening, Dec 26, at Beth
Ti rah Congregation. Rabbi Max
A. Lipschitz will officiate al the
ceremony and present Laura with
a Bible on behalf of the Mollie
Kuhaner Sisterhood.
Laura will continue her educa-
tion in the tilth grade graduating
Hebrew class,
*
Samuel Snyder
sanuiel. son Of Dr. and Mr- Ar
Tim Sharpe
building models and sailing. He
a fine pianist.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Ivler, of Mi-
ami Beach, and Mr. and Mr-. Ja-
cob Singer, ol Long Beach, N.Y.,
Marc's grandparents, will attend
the event. ; well as relatives and
friends from New York and Phila-
delphia.
The celebr ml w ill be honored at
a reception immediately follow-
it\ ice- at the Algiers Hotel.
26, at Temple Zamora at the Bar
Mitzvah services of Ben. son of
Mr. and Mrs, Michael .). Schach-
ter.
Ben is an eighth grade student
at Palmett i Junior High and a
graduate of Temple Zamora Relig-
ious School.
A reception in his honor will be
tendered al the home ol Ml par-
ents on Sunday evening.
Neil Weinstein
on Saturdaj morning, Dee 26,
Neil, son of Mr and Mrs. David
h in. uil lie Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Or Olom. Rabbi San oil
April will officiate.
Neil i- an eighth grade student
al West Miami Junior High, and is
,11 the track team sponsored by
, Wesl Miami Optimist Club.
Attending the Bar Mitzvah will
be his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
muel Kravetz, Miami.
Wendy Willis
daughter of Mrs.
lino da
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i
will celebrate her Bas Mitz-
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Jill Yagoda
Saturday morning services, Dee.
26 at Temple Beth Shirah. will in-
clude the Bas Mitzvah oi Jill,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burton
Yagoda, 9525 SW 73rd Ave.
Rabbi Morris A Skop and Cantor
Herman K Gottlieb will officiate.
Jill i- an eighth grade -indent
at Palmetto Junior High and a
member ol the Future Teachers
o| Americ i. She is secretary-treas-
urer and wiitoi
tor th..... ''! v un8 ll"
dea group i I Ihe Temple.
The Yagod. will osl K
in their daughter's honor
Bruce Rappe
E irlj ii' n in sen ices -
day. Dec 26, -
ene 1 ''
Olom will includi the Bar Mitzvah
ol Bi ice II ippc.
Bruce i a studenl al Ihe remple
Religious Sihool and Nautilus Jun-
ior High.
Mr and Mrs Michael Rapp i
8,th St. ".II hosl a reception in
their son's honor followii I i
ceremony,
Harriet Perei
Harriet, daughter Oi Mr ami
Mrs Robert Perez, was Bas Mitz-
vah on Friday evening, Dec 18. at
the Israelite Center, with Rabbi
s T Swirsky officiating.
"The celebrant attends Ponce
junior High and the Center- Re-
ligioua School.
The Oneg Shabbat following ser-
vices and a party in ******** "
Saturday evening were basted by
the Bas Mit/vahs parents ill her
home.
Moshe Kravewas
Mrl Louis Kravekwas. 1320 5th
Mrs. 1,-uis Kravekas 1320 b
Ter., Miami Beach, will be Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
Milodye Attain
i Jewish Center will
I e joint l Inej Shabbat.
Morr Brooks, founder and char-
ier member nf the Center, will be
on Jan, i. and his
granddaughter "ill be Bas Mitz-
vah al th< ame service. Brooks
lelodye will conduct the en-
r ,.,'. and Rabbi Zevi Green-
v.ald ill deliver the sermon and
welcome the over 2.".u people "ho
are expected to attend.
Brooks has been assisting at
High Hoh Day services tor all but
i" o years ^t Southwest since the
Center was lounded. Mclodye is an
eighth grade student at West Mi-
ami Junior High School. She is an
active member of the Spanish Club
and the Girls Chorus.
Oneg Shabbat is being sponsored
by Melodye's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Conrad Allain, and her grand-
mother, Mrs. Morris Brooks. On
Saturday. Jan. 2. Melodye is being
given a reception dinner party at
thur Snyder. of 990 NE 175th St.. the Balmoral Hotel by her grand-
will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday, parents.
Dec 26, at Beth Torah Congrega-
Arnold Klin
Isaac Mi u*eli hit "ill officiate
Bar Mitz ah of Arnold
of Mr. anl Mrs Bernard Klein,
durini Saturday morning,
;. al the Marseilles Hotel
Present tor the occasion will be
- grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Dratch, of New York.
I nd Mr. Herman Klein. Of Miami
Beach.
Kiddush will follow the serv-
ices.
tion. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will
officiate, assisted by Cantor Ben-
Zion Kirschenbaum. Samuel will
i e presented with a Bible on be-
half i the Mollie Kahaner Sister-
hood
The Bar Mitzvah is an honor stu-
dent in the Hebrew High School
,-es as religious vice
lent ol the TNT Club, and
vxill chant a large portion oi the
as well as conduct the
-. \ ice
J,in Gars
, ehrman "ill offici-
Mit; ,.,h ol Jan. son
\l, an I Mrs, Invin Car-, on
26, at Temple,
Emanu El.
i ghth grade at
. Fisher Junior High S<
rlarinet in the concert
He also plays the flute and
saxophone. He is in the acceler-
ated mathematics program and an
avid science student, His hobby is
collecting minerals and rocks,
-lamp- and coins, and he is an
, ,ger fisherman.
Mr and Mrs. Robert Cars. Jan's
grandparents, are coming from
n.,,o Calif- and his grandmoth-
er Mrs. Regina Sternberg. is com-
ing'from Bronx, N.Y., to help cel-
ebrate the occasion. Other rela-
tives are coining from New York
siate and Philadelphia, Pa.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception Saturday
Deauville Hotel.
Joel Berger
Joel Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alvin Berger. and grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Berger. Miami. .
will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.' {..ogue Youth.
Dec. 26. Ceremony will be held at
;h< Wilshire Boulevard Temple in
Los Angeles, Calif.
\ -indent in the eighth grade.
Joel is an athlete and plays base-
ball with the Police Athletic
ue. ,
A reception in his honor will be
hold at the Sportsmen's Lodge.
Hollywood. Calif.
The Walter Bergers and mater-
nal grandparents, Dr. and Mrs.
Oi v. of Liberty. N. Y.,
v ill be in Los Angeles for the oc-
casion.
Mlamsans Attend
USY Convention
In Chicago
Delegates from the Greater Mi-
ami area representing Temple
Emanu-El, 3eth Torah Congrega-
tion, Beth David Congregation,
and' Temple Sinai of Hollywood,
are attending the national United
Svnagogue Youth convention in
Chicago on Dec. 24 through 27.
The group is under the direction
ol Marshall Baltuch, advisor of
t h e Beth Torah and Temple
Emanu-El USY groups, and Rabbi
Allen Rutchik, director of the
Southeast Region, United Syna-
The annual convention, a high-
light of the United Synagogue
Youth year, is the largest teen-age
convention held in the country.
Fourteen hundred delegates, rep-
resenting over 600 congregations
in the Conservative movement, are
meeting tor four days of study and
deliberation. The convention
theme Is exploring the Sabbath as
a meaningful day in the Jewish
-acred calendar.
Ben Lewis
Rabbi Hershel Brooks will offi-
ciate on Saturday morning, Dec.
The Southeast Region of the
I -.lied Syna ogue Youth is one of
ten regions in the national organi-
/ tion and its delegation is being
led by Kenneth Platt, of Temple
Sinai, who is region president.
at the
Jack Kati
jack, son ol Mr. and Mrs Harry
KaU of 18201 NE 7th Ct. will cel-
ebrate his Bar Mittvah on Satur-
day, Dec. 26, at Beth Torah Con-
gregation.
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will of-
n-T >! Kneseth Israel Congre- t thc ceremony, assisted
g^tion Rabbi David Lehrfie.d will Bcl,zion Kirschenbaum.
Officiate during the service.
Moshe is a seventh grade stu-
dent at the Ida F.-her Junior High
SKUldush will be held in the,j
Lgjgue following the services to
bonor of Moshe, followed by a re-
cepUon at the Embassy Restau-
rant.
jack is in the fifth grade gradu-
ating Hebrew class.
Marc Ivler
Dr Irving Lehrman will officiate
. the Bar Mitzvah of Marc, son
ol Mr. and Mrs. Myron Ivler. on
Saturday. Dec. 26, at Temple
Emanu-El.
Marc attends seventh grade at
,,,;, m. Fisher Junior High School.
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Je*is* nor id far
Friday. Decsmber 23
1964
Handing over the qavel of the presidency to Rabbi Shimon
Azulay (right) is Irving Shalom, past president of Moadon
Hahistadruth Haivrith of Greater Miami.
CUr LOMBARDO
Doral Season of
Stars Starts With
Guy Lombardo
Jean Suits, executive director of
the Doral Hotel and Country Club
on Miami Beach, has announced
the comple'.ed line-up of talent for
the winter s-cason.
Heading the roster is the pre-
miere engagement on Miami Beach
ot the world-lamed (Juy Lombardo
and the Roy^i Canadians, bringing
to th Starlight Roof the "Sweet-
e-t Music '1'his Side of Heaven."'
Featured i n tha Lombardo
group are. brother* Carmen, Ls-
bert and Victor, along with
Kenny Gardner, Cliff Grass and
the Lombardo twin pianos. Lom-
bardo will occupy the baroque
bandstand in the Starlight from
Feb. 5 through March 18, with
the popular Mai Malkin presid-
ing until then.
Seventeen stories below in the
Swinging Shell Room, festivities
1 i'gun Tuesday with popular re-
cording star Damita Jo back for
a repeat of her Doral engagement
last year.
Luis Varona and his piano head
Shell activities during January
Mid, of course, all season, with
February bringing Frances Kaye.
."-he i- fre-h from triumphs in Las
Vegas and ai Basin street in New
Vorli
Fiances I aye is lollowed on
I- !> 15 l)\ Count Basic and His
Orchestra, t ho lasl year made
fair debut on Miami Beach. The
it piece band, billed as -the most
erful force in jazz, will be in
the Shell :it the same time Gu>
Lombardo an I his smooth tunes
hold forth in the Starlight. Plans
are afoot to merge the bands dur-
the i) ral simultaneous en-
ements.
To keep th.' pace unabated, Bi ii
be followed in early March
i y tumultuous Treniers, long a
on Miami I'each with
i i ir s| i i type -how.
i % are expected to carry their
i ins over to the swank Shell Room
i m the 79ili St. itrip.
Rabbi Azulay Will
Head Club Here
Rabbi Shimon Azulay. instructor
;; the Hebrew Academy and the
Central Hebrew High School, has
b*en elected president of the Moi
don Main- adruth Haivrith, 11<-
brev. Language and Culture Club
ol Greater Miami
Rabbi Azulay, a graduate oi Miz
rachi Tea< hers Seminar) in .1
. educational director >'i
Youth Aliy ih in Ramat-Hadassah
Israel, and ordained by Rabbi Jos-
eph Horovitz and Rabbi Hersch
Fiank. Chiel Rabbi ol Jerusalem
Prior to his coining to Miami
Rabbi Azula,' was instructor at
the Toronto Hebrew Academy and
director of the Hebrew Culture
uTganieaUofl and Camp Massad in
Ontario. Rabbi Azulay holds a
Bachelor of Arts degree from the
I Diversity uf Toronto.
Also elected were Hairs I'erach
and Isaiah Adler, vice presidents:
Mrs. Anna Sintow and Shalom Ben
Porat. secretaries; and William
A: ronow treasurer.
On the Executive Board are
Mosbe Neuinan. Mrs. Esther Per-
OCO, Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff, Mrs.
Chaya Friedman, Mrs. Zelda Leib-
man, Mrs. Anna Center.
Irving Shalom is past president
and David Frecdman and Dr. Na-
thaniel Soroft are honorary presi-
dents'.
Home Auxiliary
Meeting Tuesday
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary. Jewish Home for the Aged.
' will hold its last monthly meeting
for 1964 on Tuesday noon at the
Algiers Hotel.
In the absence of Mrs. Laamence
i Silverman. president. Mrs. Charles
Brown, vice president, will conduct
the meeting.
Individual reports by the various
project chairmen will be given.
Mrs. Sol Silverman, honorary pres-
ident, will offer a new report on
the development of the new health
center now under construction.
Mis Louis Makovsky. program
chairman, will present Fredricka.
popular and folklore singer. Louis
Makovsky, tenor, accompanied at
the piano by Mrs Olga Bibor Stern.
In charge of reservations are
Mrs Anne Tanenbaum and Mrs.
Doris Orlow .
Bank Fetes
Top Customers
\ -elect group of Miami Beach
1-ir-t National Bank customers
were fete I ,.l a Silver Anniversary
celebration last week.
Some Ban customers, all ol whom
have been doing business with the
bank for 23 '.'cars or longer, were
invited to join in the celebration.
accordiin: i o President Frank
Smathers, Jr.
"This i- our w ij ol inks
I i the many people whose consist
eni loyalt) and fi iendship thro
out Hi yeai have helped Miami
'i First National attain the
P' -inan hi prominent I i
in F lorid u ling i ii
said Smathers
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N.i. K rside.
Simon. Mi-. i:.-i.. 7:'. ..f i.'.ii Coral
\Va) S. ii i> 111 SI I ...iii-. Mo
l(iv< l.~'.I.
CEASE. Sarah, 62. ..' :'i7l s\V vth
\\... .Ii. .I lv.. i i Cordon
FEIGENBAUM. Atl.lr. > 11. Ill h..| IK .
:. >.f ::7m. Chaei \w.. and I'ltt--
I.....-h. I'.i Service* iii I 'it i.-l.iu |fh,
Si ii in,in
'IAHGUlIES. M<- I:. II. of
\Ynshlnjtl*.n Avi li..ili\\.....I. .ii> .1
I '. 1'. III! I -1.1.
STEINHARDT. \l..,i ... | .... ,,i
i:. ...':-. v iili-d Hi-, n;
TABAK. ill i ;-
N > SelAU-ei. in
GROSSMAN,
I -. \ .
LOBlN \
F
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GROiiMAN. .
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RUBIN. Hi Mlnnl, 1111 i .I
V\ .-.: .,..- Vulh
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ADLMAN. William i'Ii.ill. 7... ,.i w
I'.i iii IJ. k-I ..... \. .. \ ..,;,.
":... ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 12D53
Tin: u ii.i I \.\i.-r.i i:.;n s \ v i n .; -
i;an is
IMalntiff,
I n\. I .l.
NQT I
I'.i-iiCIa ^M
I
BABAD. .i Collins V\i
Rl\i .,,'.
RAFTERMAN. \1.. I. ,,f .:_,,. gUl
6th .-i .I..-.I i... ; i: v, .,..
ROSENBAUM. I'.,iil 1 .,,,.. iv. o|
1..... ni: i'.h'I. si. I:...i.-i.i.
KOBRIN, Mm Minn i w 87, ,.r
I'. in.-i Ivmiiiii A\... IU>. r-iil.
MILLER. Kli/.,l ii, |> 7i, ,,,- |,:v
Mil in. .ii.-,| 11,.. ii ,;, ..,|,,
GOLDBERG, Mr Am, .1. of |u|
N'W : ls| SI. I:a. ikIiIi
KLEIN. .1..-. ,,!,. -. m: ..,,
Si. Iln.i aid.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 14096
MAKI'A KI.I.KN U \l:|.
flalntirr,
w ii.i.iam M m:\i.n h.m:ii.
I >.-!* !l(l..l.l
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti>: Wll.1.1AM M M:\IN W \l!l.
Route :! McElhanej Hoau
liruenvllle, South Uirolina
lou Wll.Mam MARVIN WArtfl
are Iterabj notified thai Bill ..f
i omplulm tor Divorce ha i:i-ii flU-d
acainei >ou, and you ..i. required to
-:i. ii uop) of juur Answer oi ri.ad-
idk in the mil of i'.,ni|ii.,ii,i ,,,, ti,,.
I'lHiniiff m .\Il v> vi.i.kr fc I.itman, 120 Lincoln
it. ;i. Mii.mi lieiu-h, Klorida ami ni,-
Hi.- nrutinal Answer or Pleading in
ih- office of tl,v .-l,-,k of th.- lii.uii
i .nil ..ii ..r before Hi. 2?Ui da) ..f
January, I*6j. ii >. rail lo dn mi
Jll.leni.li! I.i ,|, BU|| Wl|| ,.lkt ,
..^..in-t >..,i fur n,.. ,..., a,,,,.,,,,,,,,
in the inn of Complaint
i'.\Ti-:i ai Miami, Klorida, Uiln Wrd
lay -a I i.-v-. nili. ; A.l l^iii
i: it i.t: \riii:i:.\i.\.\,
' "lerk. i ii.ult Court
1 'i.ilt- 'oiintj I- i..i i.hi
': '' I'. COPKLAXIV
l>H|.nn Clerk
raiianoff, s\ aili i .\ Uiinan
I 4i oln R.....]
Miami i:..,. h, i'.!!.I.,
.ii..iui.. foi !;.. .
12 25
.
JtlSKI'H II AI'A.MS.
I .. I. ii.I.hi: -
CTICE OF SUIT
m>...i.. .i hlnaK woni
Ri .-i.l. ii. l ukiiown, .i n.i
r. nun in-.1. h. i unknown H|K>Uae,
if MvlnK. it ml i' dead, hei unknown
i|i i ...-. IfgnteeM, itranteea, ;i--
MianeeH, I'll*. -. iin-U'-. i.-.in..i- ..i
other i-lalnuu>t, i-laimlnK, hj throuah,
mill.....: .m.iin-i any of lh<< alnive
,.:.. .i ........I., ni who a. > .i.-.-ii
Vou .... !, -1. i. i...mi..I thai the
alHiVf i;.i ...:i. .1 iietion ha- been in-
.,11111. a ......i:ii-t you iii the Circuit
i'..in i ..I Hi.- Klevenlh .lii.li.lal Circuit
..f l-'l.ri.i;. n Mini for Untie Count) to
fort-i-liMi .i in .i n:,n... upon ih. Follow-
liut a..-. i... a i .-.a |iropert> :
I...: J" 111... k .7 Ill:.-I' ADOITION
I', i i'\lai|. CITY A. ..v.llim to the
I'I.,: I,,, i. ,.;. .....i ded in l'1-.i Hook
I '.ii:.- IS ..r Hi, I'llbllr 1;, ... .1-
..f I iiuli- i '.iiiiin I'l.. Ida
You ni'. ri|ini..l I., ill. a i<-i<"Ti-
aive ideaillna to pUiinUfrH comubtlni
with ih. Clerk of the afort-ieild Court,
and aarve .. oop) ihoruof upon plnlnt-
fi .ui... n. \ M VKTIN I'lN K, l>ad<
h'edernl Kulldlnir, Miami, Klorida M1SI,
hoi later than Janiwo i1^. IM5, oi a
Decree Kro .'.mi.-.--. ,- ill be .ni.i.a
againal you.
I >ATKI c. iiIm r i:. IMM
i: II I.KATMBHMAN
"I. rk >! ih- ii ..in i
i Heal i Ky I* i .11:1. \ n 11
I '. |. i:
M VJITIN KINK
I....I. Ki ... h1 |: nv
IN THE ClRCLIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COLNTV IN CHANCERY

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.. YtiitK

NOTICE OF SUIT
i
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I iIUI el llll
Ihi Kb lud.e..il Cl
.; I-':..- .I.i In ..n.I fi i ...... kmiI> lo
.. || .i 111, -..|
-a ill-: .1- -. Im-iI ,i ]
I...i III. S'l'i iNKYI I Hi 'K I '-
STATKS ... ..n:ii... i. .1 I..i
.. riled II].....
..:i i of iii. 1'ubl H.....
i ..i.i. I'ounty, il -I ni i. i.- .1.. i a-lth
\'t in |an i Ulnda
You ..- i quii .1 In fll .. reaiMin-
-i\> pleading I., plaintiff* ..iiii.laii.i
with ih. 'leik of ih. .......... .i Court,
and -. : v ... .. i hei ol i|miii plalni -
ni- attorney MARTIN UtiK, Daile
I'.a-i.ii i;.....IIuk. Miami, Kmridii .;n.;i.
Qol Intel than .l.in.i.'i> .".. l!.i... ..: .i
i .. i. I'i.. '..n -.-.. ill I... ni..i .-.I
. | ,ii.-'
I 'A I i:i i I i. ml-. : 22, :..i
i: i: i.i: \i h i:i: man
' i. rk ..i ihi ''a.mi Couri
..ill I II) : K M Ul MAN
I le|HH > 'I.- i.
M LKTIN PINK
inoli i-'.a...a Uuikiiiw
Miami, i'i. -i.i .. Idlill
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOH DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.OA IN PROBATE
No. 651S1-A iBUnton)
i.n i:i; Kiai<
II ai:- >|.D i. i:\it.N i:s.
11..... a
r.. All Creditor* nntl .mi IN iww llai -
inn I'l.iiin- or iii..ii.i- Virainnt .-'..;.I
l--i.il.-:
v..u :ii'. in-,.in notified iii.il :-
quired to '-.m an) i ... |i ..nil ile-
iuiiii.1- whlah you in.iv in... attains!
tin estate ..f 11.\l: l.i> I. ll.MlNIS
.I.-.-:.-. .1 late .i i>..,i. County, Klor-
ida. i.. the Comoo Judkea .a Dad
County, and fill ih. -..n,. in dupli-
cate alia ii- provided In Section '..; 16,
i ,, : i,i,. Sijiiu, s. in their i.ffi. .H in
Hi. County Courihouse in Dajde i'oiiii-
ly, Klorida, within idx uaU-ndar monihx
from the lln..... the flrnl publlcal on
hereof, ,.' :... xnjru will l.. barred
Dated ul Mliiini. Klorida, thia Jih
.1,. ul I.... .....,i. A.I' ..,l
HARRY II SMITH
Am K\. i utoi
SMITH A MAMM.KIi. KSijS.
Al lui n- \ fin i:.:., i,.
I"T I.in. ,.ln It...,,I, M.H Kl.i
u: 1-7117
. 11-18 85, i
i
NOTICE TO CREDITOK; ""
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COU' ',
FLORIDA IN PROBAT--
No 65179.B
IN' RK: Kstalc ..i
aj-.i: i.Aiiiu:s
1 lei-eased,
r. All Cro.ilu>rx nnd All ivr.
in4 Clalrnx in i in..ii. \,.,
ite:
Vou, and -.i, ii of ,., ..
a MM ... mi,, a i,
. in- and ilt-iiiumin v, i,,,.,
either ..f you, maj h....
.-i.il. .,f AilK I-AI'IM:.-
late ..f I '.i l mi
M.n KI'.A NK |: I m ,\\ i |\.
Judice of I'.ul- .'. .,,.
-Hill. in I.l- ...
'..Ill-Ill.,II II, 11., I
II ll ill -In ..I. lull liutl .
date ..f the
.
Said .li.iii..- or ih
[ea.nl .nl.li.-- ..f u i1UiI ,
be -w.,i n t,, Una | ,. ., ,,.. |
- lid, ,.i name III lie l.u
l "ated Dee....... i i .u, \
UKN KSSKN
A.- r.v-.'.i:... ,,. : | i .,.
I -nun. nt .,i VIII-:
ceased.
i:ssi:.n a k-skx
Al liil in > t fill K> ,,,|
ii-"- Alnali > rutuj mi..,,, i
'
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a

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llnv.
.
-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE C0US"v
FLORIDA IN PROBAT-
No 65166-A
IN RK Kstalc of
MIIIAIIAM -.IITTI.I.I.
Ii.f.i,-..;
NOTICE TO CREDITOF;
i'.i All i 'reilllm nnd All I'i .
in; "Ii. llll.-- o| 1 in,| \_ .
Estate:
\ ,,n are hi i. I.-
|llll. .1 t,, ,ii -. ii-
nn.n.i n*hl you
the .-llll.- .a All: \ H |
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I
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S C
IN AND FOf: DADE COL
FLORIDA IN PR0BAT
No. 65261-B
'.':. '-.,
- VIUK ACS i IN,
SARAH vi STIN
Dim ......-.1
NOTICE TO CREOlTO-5
To All i'i.-.In,,, ii nil Ul IV
IlUI 'Ihuii.- .,i I in..i, \t: .
I'.-till.'
\ mi are h* i. notified
quired !.. in.-.-.ni an) IhIiiij. I
llliilnls a hi ii i ..ii 111 l) h.i\ -
ih. estate .>f sAlMi: \r- '.. -,\\>i
known a.- SARAH W STIS
la., ,.f yui n- i'..mm. N. irk,
ih, Count) .In,it.- ..| Dadi
..ml file iin- Minn n duplli il
..- |.i-,\ l.l.-t in .--.. ilon 7
Si.,ini. .-. in their offlci
I) '.'Ill thOUSl in I '.i.i. Ul I'i..:
Ida, it iiiii six uli n *.. ni. h
the time "f the flisl inibllcatl i l..n-
f. ..i lln- inn. will be I...
Dated ..i Miami, Klorida,
da) of I'. mi., i. A I' l!<61
KUUDA MANTIS
An Alli-illiil > l.'\.
I.Kl >N K AI-I.A.N" ..f
M) r, llelman A Kaplan
Vi;..in,-y f..i An. .II..1 > Kx<
11.i, S.W. Ut St., Mi.,mi. Kla
12 ',--.
I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUN'v.
FLORIDA IN PROBAT=
No. 600*5 A
IN RK: Ksi.iu. ..I
HKRNARD UKKfiU'RT,
HKKNAUH I.KIM WIT/'
lM.'IM'l
NOTICE TO CREDITOOi
All Creditcra and All ivr- i> Hav-
Claims 'i D.-iuan.l- Alts. .-,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'"> l*H IS I1KRKH1 HIVKN Ih il
' hi indi : -i .1,. .1 desli Idi In enaii
'"' uodei hi : ;.;....,- name !
VI' 'lKI S ,\ mm-,.- rs II M.I. k
x .' I .-:.-. Miami n.i. ...
i Bid mile with I he Cleii
|h* -'ii, ni .'.. ; i ,.,.i. ,
l- ioi Ida
I.A I'.KU.i: STCDIuS, INC
.i l in .'
KM ITNKV ol
Sllvej nm n, K .\ ine) & tj
A.....ii-v for Applh ..ni
120 I..n,,.In K.,.,,1
12 -',. '
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS iii.lti.iiv .;i\ i;\ ui.h
in
lAT S \\ KSTSIMK II MH1KR -IL i|'

ii.I- ii. r-s i
i

I'PIKRTO
AI.AN I: HKKE.NKIKI.D
il i |
I /1 I
n the -Uli
.ui.-.- Ui I..
, ol the
HAH i l.KV
CERTIF.CATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
l" M.I. TO VVIlo.M TIIKSK I'RKS-
K.NVS SHAM. i'. ..Mi: '.HKKTIN.iS
u herea RoKKKT I IIAKil l-;v.
MIAMI IIKACH KMlRIDA RICH
Mil' All.- Ill UKR, Ml Wll. I I.. >R.
IDA mm i:v .i -s\ |, :|. ,-,,,: vi.
U.Mil.i:s. i i.i,i:ii.a did
da) f July, \ i >
.n. 11ii .ii, a iin,i, | i,,
Slat< ol Klonuia i.w
'"' 'HI' ii cm noi Htion, ni, ii- |rln-
'I ,j "I....... i al mi Wll
*h vii ham: .hi \iA- M ,|.
I a and .1 in .. .,- rui h
"rpoi .....n .lui on th. 7iti da) ..f
\ 11 ; ...: h.Io in filed
the ..fi ol ih. .-, i. .,,. ,,i state
' Wat. f K .......iiiu.n-
i hoi in i. ,i. .-. i ,,,
1' Ida Siatuti in | i,,,
tlon.
State noea heri i. oertlf) to in, fore-
ind thai In i t t,..i Lue
' '-1' I'' HI. M- ,., ,; V.....,,
, ..ii,i.ii, a ., ith.
in IV11 .\i..~- \\ iii.i-,:,.!-. i,,,w.
i .
affixed I si.ii.
of K .iii.
Ca|iil
.. I ...
-*.'ll TO*l \ W.M.-

Ti.
inn
K-i.il.
^'.-ii an- h. i-i-l.v notified ild '
qjlllnad t.. ureeaal an) i.nn- "! a-
in.mil- wiii.-h ii,u dm) ii., .gain"1
ih.- -in.....f I'Krna n d'ln.
a/k;a BKKNARD UKKKoWI'
aaaUasd lau- sf Im.l. Count). Florida,
u. the Count) Ju.lfi.s oi Duile i'ounty,
.in.i fib- the -mm- in duplh !"1
.1- |.|..\ itleil ill Section |,ri.l.i
Siiinii,-.-. m u.i: ,,i'fi. .- n il ''- ''<
t) Courthouse in I'ud. Coui M
nl.i. within -i). ...I.n.lin in i "'""
I Ui.- lime ..f the lir-i publli ul
Of, ,,! the Mllllle Will Ih ll.,l I
I-iit.-.I ,.t Miami. Florida,
day- ..I Decembel. A.I' 19*1
SIHNKY l.i:i--ii'l RI
A.- l:\-.ill..:
If) era, Heiman, Kapla I *
. Ai i,.i n. \ for Allan C.T \
I.'.II S W, l-'lr.-l Sll I
12. I---'
IN THE COUNTY JoDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE C0U'","V.
FLORiDA IN PROBAT;
No 65285C
IN RK i:-i .: '
KIZ1CK l-'i I liRNlcK,
I........I.
NOTICE TO CREDITO" -
T.. All i i.-tlii,. ... a Ml I'i
in-: Clll 111,- ,.| 1 '.II... ndi As
K.-i.H.
You :ir.- hereby
quired to araaenl an>
in.,.,,u In, h \,-i ii...
th. estate nf I'l/h'K FI
i, ,.,.,{ late .! I .... ''" ii
-
n.vicK
1
ul... i,i the i '...i.iiv .Ii,It. -
C..1111IN. iiinl fill th. ami diin-
.-!. .in.l h- ui.., ni. a In -.
Kh.riilH Si.mil.--., in theli
ih.. County Com ihouw
ty, Fli rlila, '"..
i-..in ih.- lime nf I be nm U
ii.
or i he ..... II h.- n .
M Hini. I ,.,i ida,
its) ill .N..... k.i>. I!"
JAI '
A 1,1
Sim..n. Hi ,. i^i
Attorneys for Km
litiildlix
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1
Friday. December 25. 1964
tJmAi Mr-rMton
Paqe 15-B
LEGAL NOTICB
T. rfc I COL T f JUDGE'S COURT
1 ,N AND FOP DADE COUNTY.
1 FLORIDA IN PROBATE
62626-C
li\ "
!T.\ M vi: tki ssi:u..
I IhC
kOTIC t OF '\TENTION TO MAKE
ipPL CATION FOR DISTRIBUTION '
"aND FINAL. DISCHARGE
, i-iij given Ihnl I hu\
-it. I l(< i and lvtit|..n foi
I ii nn I I inul l 'is. ha in. a
I ,,.. ihe .-i.ti. ..' Rti
VIA, TIMSSKI* di-----------1
I ,|,. i .ii L'th iliiv ill Januari.
lU 111- I|i.|l"l".l.l.
I ..(-. hi I Mil.- County. Hor-
1 -.,-... of said Filial Kei-..i I
lou and final (lia |
lirffi Admin sttntar of the i*h- |
I hi named deuedt ni
I iv ni i .iui.. i. r.i..i.
A IAY CIUOTOI.
. -. Ail mi ii i -. -t. t. .i- i.l Iv-laie lit I
- ta Mil* Ii nsscll. .lei ..- ,,
I M i > ib ft i 'i Islol
I
.|. i .. nil Rids.
I \ [ All-., .11 ..nil. Kin.
il ii-m-2-.. 1 i ,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
-: it) iikkehy r-iven (hat I
br undersigned. !trims In enuage In '.
^imli i ii.l-r if-- fictitious name of J
LAW IN rKISXAl I'iNAI. al 311 N.W.
In rt, Mlam i i.m.u i.i reglstet
mill name with il" <'l.-rk ..f the iii-
.; i ..i l i.i.ii- Count)', Florida.
LA-RC SALES. INC,
'la t'orp Sole i iw n.-r
LKiiN \ EPSTEIN
til >r A|i|il:i'iinl
i. n i: -.. i
12 ll-ls-S"., I l
vmyetiu


NOTICE UNDER
"ICTITiOUS NAME LAW
i: is HERHIIY UIVEX thai
i I I flctll loll* ll.i III.
SCE'S I "IN I.Ar.N*lRY nt {
' \ VV T'li A\ei ir, Miami, F*|oi liln
.
' 111." I'l l'out I III i
I l.ll 11 I
FAl ST' iXK
. i ,l.\
- : \
NOTICE UNDER
CTIT.OUS NAME LAW
: is HKItKHY GIVEN Ihnl
. i ^li.-.l desiring to -i-j.il:. ill
hi indi r thi i Ictltinu* name >(
i.i.n.\i \n .- VI.ES :.t l|:i ,\ VV
rest, Miami Intend* to reglst* r
ii w i ii I he i "lerk ..I the I'
irt ..j 11 i.- i 'ounty, Kloridu.
.v IV S M.KS CORP.
.. i la '-. ; Sole \\ n.-r
iN VRD J. K M.ISII
for Vpp .mi
' ..i i:. i .
IL' i -1 >. .. 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Sot -.'.: is ii. :i:i:k.\ UIVEX that
gni*d ile*irlng lo iit.i-' "i
i.i.-i tl rl tltiou* name of
- \ i'l'-"- m. i-M K m;i: s'i'i n:i: i >P
MIVMI HEAC1I ,: 711 "Hi Street,
.. h. I' ii i.ln ntenda to n -
.id nam ^-. ah the 'Ii rk
Court u 'ade i 'mint)
max s dikxer
ItRY KTEIXDHRO, KSq
13 11-1*
IN THE CIRCl IT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY,
No 64C 13234
CAH.THI \
".
UBR j< >SEPII VII.TECX.
I .... .
NOTICE HV PUBLICATION
YuU, i;i.mi:i. i :i "l I i'aii.'i ii V.
I low V'l'l I. I "
Californl n lo file
am wei .......iilalnl for
iltwiri ,. ni, || you, i'Ii He
'. rk "I Hi. i' : and "-','v"
opy upon Merman 'ohen, Km| .
ii.11 Cong' Ilulkl i.-_.
da, ...... Janunry -
.i default nti n tl in
DATED I' ml" i
K II I.I \ -MKHM VN
i -|. k ..- n I l '..nil
|t>: '!
1., i i.i I.
. ..
BY HENRY LEONARD
always think of it as Chanukah Gelt."
Copr. 1964", Daienu froducllo"!
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65356
IN UK: i:-.,-. ..-
MOKIIIS ADI.BR
I i.e.as-,I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I'redil'ii's and All .1'.-..-..lis Hav-
ing Claims or Deinand* A-.m.-i s'ai.l
ICxiati :
You are hereby notified and re-
quired i" -.'Ii-ni any elnltna ami de-
mand* ulii.-li you may have agulnMl
I he i-Hta...... MORRIS AIM.l-:it de-
i-eaaed late of I hide County, Florida,
in iln- I'liuniv JudKVM of Made County,
ami file the -am.- in duplicate anil as
provided In Section 733.18, Florida
s.aint.-s. In their offlcen in the Coun-
ty <'mil Hi.his., in bade County, Flor-
ida, within nix calendar months from
tin- time of the fir>t publication here-
of, or the same will be li.iireil.
1'at.il al .Miami. Florida, tlii-- lltll
day nl I'ecember, A.I>. 1864.
lawrkncf: AUI.Ki:
As Rxectitor
Arnnovlti, Bllver & Hchi r
ACtomeya for Rxeoutor
607 Alnsley llldg., Miami, l-'la.
II Ii-;:.. 1 1-8
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jewisti Fk solicits your legal notice*
We appreciate youi
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Diai Fit 3-4605
tor messenger eenice
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICH IS HMRB1JY OIVKN that
tin: undeniutnud, delrln lo enmute In
iniMin-.-s iinder it"- flotlHoun name '
1:1.1:1 itric MOTiiRts sai.i:s an >
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION | HBRVIRK at JlJl N.\V 7th Ave.j)Ml-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE MBl. ,'u',l.,1,l~, '",- K" ,KLU I'ouM^S
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I w'' V-" i-l T
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
LEGAL NOTICE
I
LEGAL NOTICE
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 13257
MYHVA notlDMAN,
I'lnlntlff,
VH.
FRBDRIC JAY fJOODMAX.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: l-Ttl :i >ltl<' JAY 'ii 11'.MAN.
. r. MniiKer Motel
i 'levi-loild, c Ihl
You. i'i:i:iii:n
Hail.- ii.nntv. Florida.
MOICUIS KI.ABS
Lt/ll-IS-2'.. 1 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKRBHY OIVHS Ihnt
Ih.. nnili'isiuii.il. il.-irinu I.. ellpTUKi' in.
bu in.-s- under ihe flctltlou* name '
Kiil'.iri'-ltusn-: INTKRH>RS at 531
23rd St.. .Miami lleat-b Intend to rejt-
laler wild na..... 11 the t'lerk "t Ibe
JAY .:.... Ii MiN. .'';"" '""" ""'' '""">- "'"
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 64C !374j
nNNK liKN SETT,
I -,.im
\ w.
\ \'i'iianii;i, ; i:i-:xxi-:tt.
i ....
Sun FCR DIVORCE
ti v vth vxiki. i-: iii:nxi:tt
l.r.'. I t -..-ii Sin .i. Apt. 1!
K\an^\ni. Indiana
You, SATH VXIKI- K, IIKXXRTT
Ii,.i,.|,\ in .1 irl.-il thai a Hill "'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGF^ rniiRT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65270A
IN UK Rat a
i" III, II Ml V.
. ,.,..!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\ i i lav-
..iii- -1 I -. in nd* \-;. ln>l s-i Id
i:-i.ii.
Yn ... hen by notified and '.
ipiii ed in l-l' Ni ..ii'- 'I.i!' II nl lb -
: .. nils \i hiell vo'l ma> bll '
late id t'Allli IIAF'KY .1.....1
l.ii,. ..I Made County, Fli rldn, t" the
unt> .iinlu. I l lade < "ount.v. and
fib. the miiii.- Ill duplli al
li.i.l.s notified thai a Bill ..i
I'omplalnl for Mlvorce liiw Iteen filed
iiunhiMi you, ami you nre required lo
nerve a ."i". "i your Anmver or I'leail-
Inn in ih. Hill ..i ("i.mpliilnt on th*
l-iaiii'iii \.....ney, TAMA.VtiKF,
WAIjI.KII ,\ l.l'i'MAN, 1211 Mncoln
Una.I. .Miami lU-ach 39, Florida ami
file i he i-i1 al An-" er oi I'leadiiia
:n ih. ..i........ ibe i i. ;, nl i he Cb -
ii a before the ath da> of street, Miami, rioi'ioa mieim?
iar>, "" Ii Mm fail In du i-". iater wild ....... with the Clerk
i iilnii'iil i'\ ilefaull ill be taken
MRIiRXR l I'.I.AMIIi: IMISKXHI.ATT
12'11 :-. '
notice under
fictitious name law
XOTICK IS HKRKIIY QIVHN that
the utldeiaiRlied, deairiliR t.....-'- ".
ixili, .-. imdi i- 11" in llllou* Il line nl
Tlii: II UIATRI.I.K at IBS N K I"-.
Strei M land, Fl h Ida Inn nil* I.....
are Iii-ii-i.' notified thai a Hill f||, n,, wime In duplicate .....I .'- I'ro-
(.'omplaiul foi Divorce lain been filed Vlded ill Hectlmi 733,16, Florldu siai- ,.,.;,
aaainxl >ou, and you ur* re>|Ulril I uten, in their ofllcen In the County
....... .. ....... ..i ...in' liistl.l- ill .'.initl.nii.H in lir.ll*. I'l.lltllV. i*'ll il'ji la. -I-..II
in the circuit court of the
leventh judicial circuit, in
and for dade county,
florida. in chancery.
No 64C '2576
VI;. .\- s. I'll, ,.-. AH Till STF.I-.,
IMaintlff,
vs.
;> Mi .ii: 1..... \i'K al MRILM 'A
i xii|-s-ii(ii:s in.- .
I i. fi'lldants
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
. SIvYMi ill: i.l.Ai'K
k. si,i. ii, i known
YOU AUK IIIKKl'V NOTIPIKTI thai
.mpl.'iint I.- cancellation of an
atnndini sto ertlfli ute lias been
| '! against yu the above fctyled
The BtgcK lertKlente InvolveJ i>:
-rt if ate N\ for 116.760 hare*
' i common > ipital rtortc imn"-ii by
MI-.'RAMA I-N'H' sl'KIi:s, INI'., and
u-KlBtered in th.- name "f sia-
Mt>UR I'OI.I.Vi K ..ii Hie .sink
nansfir ledeer "i siiid MKRAMA
IMHISTRJKS. INC., a l-'lorida C0T
t'oration. ____
Y-olI ARK 111-: I: I" i: Y UI^QI'IRIA' to
Mur oriuinal answer or other
'iiadinac to 1'ljj:' tiff's eoinplnint ill
. offMe of Ih* in-ill nf 'he ('in nlt
i "urt. Uade tvunl' CourthotuWi Ml-
"in, Florida, on -r before the 18th
'lay of Janiiar>. '"". You are also
I'MUired tn s.r.. a Copy Of ymir
'railing upon I'iaintiff's Attorney,
I AC KSRMKI.U l'.iun S \V. Third
Miiue, Miami. Florida, SS1I, If VPU
il to ci.mplv herewith, a decree by
i.-fault will Is- entered attains! you
f w the relief i. iu< -'. .1 n Plaintiff"
'inplaln'
Dated at .Ni'.... ; Florida, this Srd
i\ ..f I '., nil,,- .'-.l
r B. I.KATHFRMAN
Cli :k in* the i ri'uit < 'ourl
al) II) i iiil'i:i.ANH
Di i.-ik
12, U-18-23, 1. 1
,,, ., i v,. ., ..i.\ .ii your Anawi r m
Fleodins i" in- Hill Complaint on
tin I'laiiniii- attorney, Irwin ti.
' -liri-ii.'. HI I I ml VVuy. Mi.urn. Flor-
ida and file ii..- original Answer or
I'l. adl.ia in ',!.....fflee of the Clerk "i
tin- Circuit ''.iii ......r before the
.'nl, iim ol .i.ii..i. >. l!Mi.->. If you fall
t.. .1.. so, In.lun in hj .1- faull will be
taken iiKainsi > foi i he relb-l de-
manded in Hi- ill of Complaint.
Tills in-" shall be pubiixlted once
. i, h h '. i.. foil i.nsi cutive in-hs
in I'lli: JKW ISII l-'l.i'KII'l W
ln.Ni: AND iKDKUKU MlOlti
|.|, rlda, II l-'lli du> "i I'ec. mber,
\ |. i'...I _
i: n i.i. \ :'iii.i:m \N i.
[Co I i I
|! K M l < M IX
....... Clerk
I'MRISTIK .'. I.K\ KXSTKIN
rii :
\.i,.: m >s foi I'lai itifl H :- I6HI
12 I'
IIM ThE COU.'nTY JUDv'.fc'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No GI047-C
ix m: i'
JRXKIXH K CoHKX
I.....null
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Ni ITU 'K i In I bj H ell 111.i' "
hnvi : lied ..in mal li' i" rl and IN ll-
: l-'mal Dia-
na I M-.'IIIIM Of II"
Jenkins K 'olu n lb ceasi .1 ami that
mi i he liili da} of Januur.i. ll'SS, 111
appl.i i" tlie i loii iralde i 'ihiiu.i
..i 11 ..I. i'.......i. I'll.i Ida, foi approval
nf sal I I- mal Report ami for disti Ibu-
I ii .i i .i final .ii -. hn :> a- R.\e utors
..i the entail ol ih- i.....--named ile-
i .,,1 da> "I I ii inli-i.
." I,
A N X W IMHES
i.i-:..-. K i'l .an
I.la i\ KAI'I.AN
,!,.- Ill-ill I Hi
lll-.V
rt 1st S i-el
1 : ,
lourthouse lo Ihide County. Florida
within si\ calendar months from Liu
iim.- "I the firal publication In not,
.I- the -am, mil in- barred.
Dated at Miami. Florldu, thla m!i
.las ..I |i.-.-i'inli.-i. A.I'. I''l.
MILDRKD ll.M'i'.Y
As RxecutTlx
l-'ii.-t publication "f this nol on
the nib da> "i i '. mi'i i. Ii'61.
Simon, lla.is a i ii-undwei'K
Attoi m> s li.i K\i i ntrix
ini \iii-i.> i' illuiiiK
Miami, Hoi Ida
12 II -'-: '. I l
iaaiii*i >oti '' 11"- i ib in;.n'li il
in iln- Hill Complaint
MATKI ': liiini, Florida, tins 2nd
In) "i I >-iiii..-r. A.I'. I'.'iii
K. i: i.i:\'nii:i:.M.\N.
'li'ik, i 'ireuil i "iinrt.
'ade County, Florida
I) lly: I.. SNRRDKX
l 'eputy 'lerk
Tullnnoff, Walii-i- .- I.itman
I3U Lincoln Road
Miami lleuch, Hoi i'l i
Attorney for I'laintiff
ClVcuil l of I 'ade I ountj. I'b'i -
i'l...
in mis ii Kt i\'Ni:i:
12 11 -1 s 2 ". 1 I
IN THE COUNT Y JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOH DADE COUNTY, I
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65283-A
IN UK Rstuli nl
ANN i< sii: wss
|>, -as.-il.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Creditor) mi i VII IN
ina i 'I.i m- il .....mis \- i : Said
|-Nlati
anil |
..... .-il : pres.-nl nil) clan and de- I
...i inn) Iiiim
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THt
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 64C 13533
THE NEW YORK HANK IVK
SAVIN';.-.
Plaintiff.,
I vs.
WlDliIAM .iii'i: fi'i.i.iNS. el us.
1 i,.l'.nilallts.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Willi.-ini Judo Collins and Shirley
.1. Collins, ins wife,
filO Circle Drive
West Clileaito, lllini".-
Ynii are hereby notified thai he
above uantloned action lias I..
stituted nualnsl you In the Circuit
i 'i.urt of the Kleventh Judli al I r-
, nil i.l Florida in and for I'.....
Iv t.i fiir.-.|..s- a inniljaili- Upon the
follow Inn ib-- t Ibed real pr.....i'
I...1 II llloel, I "i siKKI'.A MIIUDA
Sl'l'.l HVISIi i.N. lu'i-ordlna t" the
Plat thereof. 11 ordi In I'lal
:r, at I'am- 27 i-i the Public lb
of n.i.i. Count). Ki"i Ida
Ml...... Limited, inc. You are miulred I i fib n r.
12 i-i-'--.:, i I.I..I.I.H-- tu plalntlfl .....inla.nt
n til tile -lei k ol the ill
NOTICF UNDER and servi ii Ihereof uiajti pi;
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IfTj tto,,.e, MARTIN KINK. 1
NuTlCi- is HKRKH. .MVKX that ^fii'J'"^''''.'-^
lie umli-i --ii-- I, deslrlns m cmtajte m
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NuTUK IS HKHKKY lilVK.N' that
the underslRiied, desiring t.. cnRaKe In
i.iisim-> .....i.i the flctltlou* name of
I'.IIIS i' \l Ml,I. \ Street, Miami. Florida Intend t" reg-
ister wild name with tin- Clerk of the
i '.mi Court of Hade t'ounty, Hor-
a
I.l/ 'YD I -1' SOUTH MIAMI
I.IMITRD, INC.
Ry: Alfred A. VVelss, President
John N 'ummliiKi Sect etarj
CHRISTIR .v !.i:\i:.Ns'i-i:i.N
..ii .'...Mi o| South
i, inc.
la...... ANN K KritAI'W ui. ,,'m '""" '''- ''....."wl .....'"led
id lale "f Dade Counl i. ,.,,,,,,;' v {, ,,vi,-*NY i aisainst you
l the Countv .ludaes of D Co AN A*ION > I A.MI M -v.N \ .. DATED: December S. IK64
I" iid fll Ii tl and P.' Hox N.t. d.aml Hench. F'la. -I3IM ,..,. |,i-:.\THKRMAN
',L- ; i.i .., '.....I-'" said name with the Clerk of ihe Circuit C.i
,'... !,. Ihe Clrcull Court ol Hade ..,, Hy. K M i.YMAN
"' l'-"1' '" >-. Klor- ;.",'',.,.,,.,,,'vi'n ,i ""'
u ill,in six ...I. nil..: inoiitlt* fi MARIt^ III I. IM-.N I IIAI. MARTIN FIXE
ivlthin x ii Ii mini inoiil us 1
Ih,- turn- nf tl
,.i ... thi -.mi i be laini il
I... .i Miami l is -Hi
Ul) ol I ......' A I I'.Mil
LESTRIt H ALEX VXDEII
\ I A- U1..I-
Flral publl ithin of tills no
the lllli da) "i' Di celliln I .
l.lai.N KAPI. \N
,.t Myers. Helman & Kaplan
Attoi m> foi l A ni".
i |..ii 8.VV. 1st sii I
IS ii--- :- l i
\\\ itEICHKXTHAL
iwner .n.,,i, F, ,|, ral I: Wins
l- I-'!-'--- Miami. Fl.....- i
NOTiCE UNDER
Ficni ous name law
\,,iiii; is in:i:i:i'-v .:iv EN Hint
Die .........Ism 'i deelrlnit i.....sane In
mie of
MATADOR SHOE CO.MI'ANY. 1'ivis-
lun of Caribbean si..... Corp. a' '-'''
< w sth street, Miami, Florida In-
tends i" i-i-ii'-i. i --'i'l name "'' the
Clerk "i the 'in ull Court "t i '-*'
i 'otllll I, lli'l iiia.
CARIHIIEAN SHOE Ct>RP.
a Xe York corporation authorised
in do liii-in.-s in Florida
Nicolas Stern. Prealdenl
MARVIN I. WIENKR. FWQ.
913 Ainslev Bids-. Miami. I'la.
Attorne) fur Carlblieon Shoe CorP;
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 13232
MICHAEL KAN1R
1'laintill,
vs.
JOYCK N. KAXIS.
Defendant.
ORDER TO APPEAR
YOV JOYCE N. KAXIS, 1>2 Ablen
Drive Woodbrldke, Vlrslnla. are re-
ii-eil I., serve ......><* "our ""
i ii. complaint for divorce on I lain-
tni attorney, t'laude M. barnee, nol
Calumet Hi'lK Miami. 38, Fia.. and
fil- the orlslnal '" "" """'" "' .""'
Clerk of Ihe Circuit Conn, ."> or_ lie-
fore the ntb da) of Juiiimry. lSi "<
:l i.....,-.. I'.,. I'm.i. --" 'ii be entered
nsalnsi you.
I laled D....."''" "''
I i' VTMERMAX
Ciri lit l '-'I'' i
, ,-,,i-i:i..\ni.
I., put) Cli rk
13 l-H-18-25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCESY
No. C4C 13774
VVOOIIRI 'W II S VI.M< iX,
I'laintiff.
\ -.
u ii.i.ii-: Lorisi: sai.m. 'X,
I i, l.n.l ml
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: VVIHIilK l.tillSE sai.Mi.n
:,:'.; s. loth Avi nue
Mount V'i i nun, N- Yoi k
Viil- ARE MEREHY notified that
a Compluln' for Divorce lias been llied
Attains! you, and you are hereb) re-
quired in serve a cop) .a your answer
tn ih. Complain! on the Plalntlfl "-
I,am v, ARTHI U VV. KAMI.irk.
whose address is K>9 N.W. l nli Street,
Miami. Hor Ida. and file Ihi orlslnal
nf the Answer in the "(fa.....I the
clerk nf the Eleventh Judicial Circuit
in and t"i Made County, Plorida, on
nr before the 20th day of January,
IM5, in default of which the Com-
plaint iu be taken as oonfeased by
you. .
dated this 15th day of Decemoer,
1"4 E. IV l.KAO'HFJRMAN. Cljrk.
' Circuit Court, I'ade I'lniniy. F'lurlda
'(seal) By: K. M. ey.max
I leputy Clerk
I,
1S/1S-3S. i '1-S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the umlersiKiu-il. d.-sirlns to engage in
business under the fictitious name "i
VMEU1CAN INSURANCE PRBMH M
FINANCE PLAN at P.O. Hox ll,
Miami, l-'la. i'.ni'U intends to register
said name with the Clerk "I the Cir-
cuit Court l Hade Cnunty. Horldii.
KI.AFEU INSl'RANCE AGENCY.
INC.. i Ha. Corp.
i'.MI. KWITNI.Y nf
SlU.-rsli-iii K in"> S tiondlss
Attoi i e) i"i Vpplimnl
120 l.in....... H.....' -- 1-U-1S-2S
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 60M3-A
" ; i:i: cstai'i: nr
UL I" il.l'll FELDSCHl'H
.....
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
\i .- : i civ.-n that we
have filed final report ami pi i
. harge Exi ctltora
.-.,', ..I KCDOI.PH l'i:i.l'-
si 111' 11 .....a- ii: and thai on the
. i, du) "' .lanuary, l6". will apply to
the llouorablr VV. I'. BI.ANTON"
,- uml) i idge uf I >ade Count). Hor-
Id ..... ol said final report
ii......i- arse as l-.xi
nf the Kstal..... III'I 'I.I'll FEI.D-
S' III II. i.....- .1.
This L'Ttl. du) of Novembi r. 981,
SAMCEl, FF1LDSCHCH
HENRY NORTON
HRXRY XI IRTOX
Attorne) for i !xi utors
12 1-11-ls---'i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65063-B
IX RE: Relate "i
ANNA SCHW'ARTZMAN a k.'a
ANNA II. Sl.HWAKTZ.MAN.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ti. All Uredltors and All Parsons Hav-
ing Claims ni Demanda AKainst Said
Estate!
You are hereby notified and re-
nuired t" pr.-ii.l any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate fl ANNA BCHWARJZ-
MAN a k/a ANNA H. SCHWART7.-
MAX deceased late oi Dade county.
Florida. 1 'be County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided it> Section 721.16,
Florida Slallltes, ill their nfflees ill
the Count) Courthouse i Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
ii..m th
'. 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDUES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 63032 A
IX RE: Rstate nl
VI'Gl'ST VVREI 'FI
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
.Ni iTU'l-: i- .....!') glvell i
li.x, filed Final He.....'I and i'l I
for Distribution and F'lnul Dlsi
a- l-A.ii,'-.. .I Ihe estati of Vl'Cil'SV
\\ i:i:i 'i:. .1.. .- 1 and thai on the
sih da) nf .lanuiii ii"' III
I., ih, Honm ibl 1' -..... .ludgi
1 ...ii, 1 'nunt) I .al nf
said Final Report ind for distribution
nn(| final dl-elmrge .1- Executoi "i
ih,. ,-iai ol Iln .':'" named il
lent. This Tin a) "f Dec. inbel
KCRT w 1:1.1.ix'll
Kxeelltu Estate "I
AlillSI" VV'RKDE, 1 '< a.-.-ii.
KCRT V\ El.I.IS. II
Attoi ney
l ti 7 Almerla Vve.
Coral Gables, Hoi Ida
IS It-I*, jr.. 1 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65219- B
IN RE! Estate ol
JESS A. l'i'TAU.
1 le.-easi'il.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims <-r Demands Attains! Bald
Estate:
Vim are hereby n.-tlfieii ami re-
quired to present any pUtlms and de-
mands which you ma) have against
Ihe .-slat,' of JESS \. POTAR, de-
ceased late "i Dade County. Plorida,
to the County Judge* of Dade Conn-
tv. ami file the sain,- in duplicate and
as provided In fcVcllon 733.16, Hnrlda
Statutes, it. their offices In the Coun-
l-lorlfla, v\ it lltll six .alellilar monins >iaiiues, in 1H--II "imi.-s 11. me .....-
.'.in the tints ol the first publication't) C.....t house In Dane County, Flor-
,!,-..f I-- the same will be barred. Ida, within six calendar months from
ii-ii.-il at Miami, Florida, tins 80th the time of ih. flrsi publication hi -
... ... i.'i ,.r .... il,,. kiumA vill 1... Ii'iii,.!
dtiv nl Novell r, A.D. 1M4.
DAVID IIEIN
As Executor
c ,.; ..j this notice "" the
II., ,i;i, I lei mber, 1961
IRVING 1 FEN LAW i.l KICKS
Attorne) for I Ixei utor
i>11 lii.x ', Miami lleach, Fla,
12 I-11-1S-25
.if. in- tin- same will liair.'I.
li.iiiil ai Mlnml, Florida, this all
nu) ,.r Decembei V.l>. 1961
I'll VRI.ES FRITZ
As Administrator > '.T.A.
An.ii..\ lie, Sill er & -
Vltoi lie) s foi Vdm. C.T.A
T Alusli i I'LL: M uml, Kill.
12,11-18-1 I



Pc
Page 16-B
+Jc*Jsti fkrifi *r
Friday. December
Planning for the M>.;rachi reception and dinner here Jan. 17
at the Deauville Hotel are seated (left to right) Louis Dublin,
Rev. Joseph Kiantz. president, and Jack Ciment, vice presi-
dent. Standing is Sol Rashin, local director of the Mizrach;
Religious Zionis's of Greater Miami.
Mizrachi Plans
Reception Here
Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamizrachi, Re
ligious Zionists ot America, will
hoi I .1 reci ption and dinner Sun
da] evening, .Ian 17. al the Deau
villa Hotel
Honor a rj chairman of the din
nei is Miami Beach Councilman
Hyman P. Cirbut. Chairman is Abe
Aronoff.
Co-chairmen are Rev. Solomon
Cooper, Morris Friedman. C. Glue
I. < -k>. Hci: > (; i oudan, M a \
llei lit .Mill,11 Kahan. Re\ .Joseph
Ki :it/. I. I; Kramer, Louis Mer
uitzer, Rabbi A J. Safra, Benja
Weinberg Phillip Weiss, and
Rashin. director ol the local
"i the organization,
Members m the Rabbinical Com-
mittee include Rabbis Berl Aron-
i, Jonah E Caplan, Isaac Ever,
\ cander Gross, Morris Horovitz
I'.. hI Lehrfield, Joseph Racran
skj. Solomon Schiff, s h e r i n
bei 'i 'i Stern and Berel
\ i n
To be honored i I Lhe Function
. i Ja< k t nenl William Cohen
I) t Cohen, Louis Dublin.
Moses .i banm. Jacob Silbuvitz and .'"scph
Bureau President
Back from !srae!
Joseph i d en president ol : he
Bureau ol Jewish Education, i-
now returning from a trip to i-
rael where he participated in
ceremonies at the
\ cational Secondary School at
Acre, near Haifa
Cohen joined with Sen George
Smathers, of Florida, and sen
Richard B Russell, of Georgia,
and other American community
le.i lei- in initiating the beginning
>! i five-year, s.")7 million program
bj the I in i Education Fund to
Mimiilute tree education in Israel
on the secondary level.
The Education Fund is .. -penal
project of United Jewish Appeal
Cohen will report on his obser
vationi at the next meeting of the
Board of Directors of the Bureau
ot Jewish Education
Fig/if fcr Sight
Zamora Service
Honors Parents
Late Fridaj evening services at
Temple Zamora las) week were
dedicated in honor of the parents
oi Religious School children and
students ol the school,
lhe sermonette ..- .\en by
Sue Lederman Children ol the lie
li] ii ns Sch i taking pan in the
service were
First grade, Bruce Rein, second
Lisa Ben; thud grade,
Louis Birencwaig; fourth grade,
Ricky Josepher fifth giade, liar-
vex Fisherman.
Seymour Mann Elected President Of Southeast \M
Jitereth Jacob Party
on Dec 31, Temple Tifereth Ja-
cob will sponsor its annual New
Year's Eve party
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gogue of America, while Tom
..ann, youngest of three sons, is
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Temple Sinai.
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Rabbi Allen Kutchik
Regular meeting of Fighl for
Si'hi v is held Tuesdaj noon at
the Fontainebleau Hotel. Fighl for
Sight bazaar is being held at 1600
Washington Ive. t" realiie funds
for eye research program
WKAT Receives
Auto Award
Sidnej Lc in ha a< the
i'olvo Mot nj award for
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tor V'o
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David Beesley,
LiVlN president of Vol-
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N .1 made lhe presentation m con-
junction with Volvo's Southeast dis.
. -.-it, Harold Stines.
WKAT used live copj ideas from
Volvo and ad-libbed the campaign
on such progri ms as high school
tootball games and a carefully,
elected spoi schedule.
Levin, manager oi WKAT, in ac-
cepting the award, noted thai "it
.- the first such automobile award
made nationally honoring the radio
industry."
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' "(Jewish Flondian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY lolume J/ Number 52 Miami, Florida. Friday. December 25. 1964 Two Sections Price 2Cc [OA Herz .ward Cites ir Winston tew \ UK—(JTA)—Over 1,000 L„ %  • Zionist movement in l [immunity affairs pari week in a nation[ • to Sir Winston Churchj.. i bj the Zionist OrganL \ icrica at its annual I highlighted the pres I the annual Thi od ir j i-1 Gold Medallion ol the JIA Winston Churchill in L • historic accomplishtr • architect of the J< j prot i gonisl of Zion „ i %  t; Medallion was ac, % %  >] ;iif of liis father by i s. Churchill, onlj son i m. The Theodor Heril Award, |which was named for the foundI of modern Zionism, was creliled by the ZOA in 1958, to be Ijiven lo individuals who have liendereci outstanding services to Mthe Zionist cause. The inscription on the medallion read: "The |t. Hon. Sir Winston Churchill, litjlesi.n, Leader in War and %  Peace. Devoted Friend of Zionism and Israel Reborn." Guests lit the dinner included members lei the diplomatic corps and for|ien missions to the United Na•ions as wM as prominent mem[ssrs of both Houses of the U.S. | Congress. %  --. ol greetings were deby Lord Caradon, permarcscntative Vi-ah member of the Council. hich would have criticized Israel fcarr.lv ..pi %  ••mild hnv '••'< "'I IK* blame for the Nov. 13 flare up '"i IM-.'ICI. was rejected at Hie Meeting lv Ihe ove'-"hel"''n" vo Jj i -hi to three. Only the Soviet Won and Czechoslovakia joined %  oroceo in supporting the pro-Arab 11 eight other members of • • %  C luncil abstained, Morocco's Dev Ould Sidi Baba Hltn tried to achieve his goal by introducing amendments to the Western resolution which would have supported the Syrian claim that Israel was guilty of aggression, but this month's president of the Council, Ferando Ortiz Sam of Bolivia adjourned the meeting without setting a date for the next session. Ambassador Charles W. Yost ol the United States told the Council that the draft which he was COsponsoring is concerned with the future and applies "to prevention of a repetition of such a tragic in eident as had occurred on Nov. 13. The American-British resolution would have the Council Strictly avoid blaming either Syria or Israel for the latest clash. The American-British resolution deplores "the renewal ol military action" on the Syrian-Israel border called upon both parties to participate fully '" ,m n>eetine:s of the Mixed Armistice Commission and requested the UN Secre%  .v-cencrnl to inform the Council by Mar. 31 "of the progress that has been made toward implementing these suggestions." l.oNDON-i.lTA i — A Frankfurt court team in the trial of 211 former personnel of the Auschwitz death camp reported finding new evidence during a three-day visit this week to the site of the camp. Prosecutor Joachim Kugler said he found new documentary evidence against defendantaccused ol killing inmates with carbolic ncid injections into the heart. He said he found the evidence in the archives ol the camp which has b< en preserved by the Polish Government as .i permanent reminder ,i Nazi savagery. An estimated 4,000.000 victims, most of them Jews, were put to death at Auschv itz. One of the newly found documents is an order to the camp pharmacy for a kilogram of carbolic acid. The order was signed by Josef Klehr, an Auschwitz defendant charged by witnesses with having killed up to 30,000 victims. Commenting on the three-day visit. Chief ProsecuTO STRENGTHEN WORLD COHERENCE B'nai B'rith Approves Formal Structure of 'Roof Organization Continued on Page 6-A NEW YORK — i-'TAi B'nai B'rith announced this week endorsement ol a proposal to strengthen the Worid Conference ol Jewish Organiz itions (COJO) a worldwide coordinating body, by replacin-j its "miormal procedures" with a more formal organizational structure. The action virtually assured broader and more intensive activity by the World Conference. Its fine other constituent groups had previously accepted the proposed i change. Approval by B'nai B'rith had been viewed as "necessary" I In cause of its size and influence., and the fact that it operates in 43 countries, In a companion action announced by Label Katx, B'nai B'rith president, the organisation also agreed to plans for converting th? present Conference of Presidents of Major Organi zations to a "Conference of American Organizations." The Conference of Presidents, organized in 19S4, has comprised the heads of 18 Jewish groups acting consultatively on issues involving American-Israel relations ar.d, more recently, on croblems affecting Jews in other foreign countries. The proposal will change its membership Continued on Page 3-A Report on Moslem Jewish Relations .* ii ,*. D*niBllnnn claim SEW YORK-(JTA)-The Moroccan Ambassador to the United States Ali Bengelloun, told the American Jewish Committee here t'-is week th it Jewish and Moslem communities in his country have B11 -excellent relationship which i* becoming even stronger." The independence of our counts contributed to the strengthening of the relationship between Jews and Moslems, and "ill permit the integration Of the Jews of Morocco Into the political life of the country with the same right! and the same obligations as those of their Moslem compatriots," Vmbassador Bengelloun stated at :> dinner-mei-ting of the Committee. The Committee estimates that there are approximately 65,000 to 80,000 Jews currently living in Morocco. Mr. Bengelloun claimed that "there exists no Jewish problem in my country." Since the establishment of Morocco's independence the Ambassador said, Jews have achieved important positions in various ministerial posts, the legislature, the civil service and the courts." "Elsewhere in private life," MrContinued on Page 6-A :



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Page 14B Je*is* nor id far Friday. Decsmber 23 1964 Handing over the qavel of the presidency to Rabbi Shimon Azulay (right) is Irving Shalom, past president of Moadon Hahistadruth Haivrith of Greater Miami. CUr LOMBARDO Doral Season of Stars Starts With Guy Lombardo Jean Suits, executive director of the Doral Hotel and Country Club on Miami Beach, has announced the comple'.ed line-up of talent for the winter s-cason. Heading the roster is the premiere engagement on Miami Beach ot the world-lamed (Juy Lombardo and the Roy^i Canadians, bringing to th Starlight Roof the "Sweete-t Music '1'his Side of Heaven."' Featured i n tha Lombardo group are. brother* Carmen, Lsbert and Victor, along with Kenny Gardner, Cliff Grass and the Lombardo twin pianos. Lombardo will occupy the baroque bandstand in the Starlight from Feb. 5 through March 18, with the popular Mai Malkin presiding until then. Seventeen stories below in the Swinging Shell Room, festivities 1 i'gun Tuesday with popular recording star Damita Jo back for a repeat of her Doral engagement last year. Luis Varona and his piano head Shell activities during January Mid, of course, all season, with February bringing Frances Kaye. ."-he ifre-h from triumphs in Las Vegas and ai Basin street in New Vorli Fiances I aye is lollowed on I!> 15 l)\ Count Basic and His Orchestra, t ho lasl year made fair debut on Miami Beach. The IT piece band, billed as -the most erful force in jazz, will be in the Shell :it the same time Gu> Lombardo an I his smooth tunes hold forth in the Starlight. Plans are afoot to merge the bands durthe i) ral simultaneous enements. To keep th.' pace unabated, Bi ii be followed in early March i y tumultuous Treniers, long a on Miami I'each with i i ir s| i i type -how. i • %  % are expected to carry their i ins over to the swank Shell Room i m the 79ili St. itrip. Rabbi Azulay Will Head Club Here Rabbi Shimon Azulay. instructor ; %  ; the Hebrew Academy and the Central Hebrew High School, has b*en elected president of the Moi don Mainadruth Haivrith, 11'i Youth Aliy ih in Ramat-Hadassah Israel, and ordained by Rabbi Joseph Horovitz and Rabbi Hersch Fiank. Chiel Rabbi ol Jerusalem Prior to his coining to Miami Rabbi Azula,' was instructor at the Toronto Hebrew Academy and director of the Hebrew Culture uTganieaUofl and Camp Massad in Ontario. Rabbi Azulay holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the I Diversity uf Toronto. Also elected were Hairs I'erach and Isaiah Adler, vice presidents: Mrs. Anna Sintow and Shalom Ben Porat. secretaries; and William A: ronow treasurer. On the Executive Board are Mosbe Neuinan. Mrs. Esther PerOCO, Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff, Mrs. Chaya Friedman, Mrs. Zelda Leibman, Mrs. Anna Center. Irving Shalom is past president and David Frecdman and Dr. Nathaniel Soroft are honorary presidents'. Home Auxiliary Meeting Tuesday Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary. Jewish Home for the Aged. will hold its last monthly meeting for 1964 on Tuesday noon at the Algiers Hotel. In the absence of Mrs. Laamence i Silverman. president. Mrs. Charles Brown, vice president, will conduct the meeting. Individual reports by the various project chairmen will be given. Mrs. Sol Silverman, honorary president, will offer a new report on the development of the new health center now under construction. Mis Louis Makovsky. program chairman, will present Fredricka. popular and folklore singer. Louis Makovsky, tenor, accompanied at the piano by Mrs Olga Bibor Stern. In charge of reservations are Mrs Anne Tanenbaum and Mrs. Doris Orlow Bank Fetes Top Customers \ -elect group of Miami Beach 1-ir-t National Bank customers were fete I ,.l a Silver Anniversary celebration last week. Some Ban customers, all ol whom have been doing business with the bank for 23 '.'cars or longer, were invited to join in the celebration. accord iin: i o President Frank Smathers, Jr. "This iour w IJ ol inks I i the many people whose consist eni loyalt) and fi iendship thro out Hi yeai have helped Miami %  'i First National attain the P' -inan HI prominent I i %  in F lorid u ling i ii %  said Smathers Oh itimrics LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE GHEENBERC. K.rl. .".". uf 1131 M'. ra.-t Tii ili< .1 i'.-. is Hl\. r-lde SEITZMAN. .1........ :•;. ..i KOI w i asanlnni .. I T Mlmni .ii. .1 l >. • • IS Service* in IllOoltl) II Hlversllll ZANKEL. I. • .Hi." I. i< %  li.ni II St., Hull) n %  ill) .1 I '• • .. .. ul N' .i i:.\. t DONSHIK. ViI..-..,.. 72, I'll I lii i. I in--; v\s. : \ ... hi llnMiklyn Rlversldi ENGLEMAN. lilllHrl, .1. .•• 7 Hoint. i I Si IS II New York I il \ CUMBtRC. .h.;. i i... ia;. ,.r fill SW llll A\. -. • \ i. III K HillS > Kivi I i.l.HOFFEN. \\ II ... 71. ..| CM Collins AVI Rivel -i.l. LONDN""R. Mr* i. Mini., r;, .a 1" %  :ali .s. r\ ,. in llronx, S v. Rh .1-1.1. MINDLIN. 1,— ;,.. 71. ,.r 120 W. :lm|i Si Rlvi ilie. POLLACK. Mr i;. in. .a %  ;:: %  ''..1III.A\ Kit • %  : -i 111 SI I ...iii-. Mo l(iv< l.~'.I. CEASE. Sarah, 62. ..' :'i7l s\V vth \\... .Ii. .I lv.. I i Cordon FEIGENBAUM. Atl.lr. > 11. Ill h..| IK •: %  >.f ::7m. Chaei \w.. and I'ltt-I -h. I'.i Service* iii I 'it i.-l.iu |fh, Si II in,in '•IAHGULIES. M .1 I '. 1'. III! I -1.1. STEINHARDT. \l..,i„ ... | .... ,,i • i:. ...':-. v iili-d Hi-, n; TABAK. ill i %  ;•N > SelAU-ei. in GROSSMAN, I %  -. \ LOBlN \ F sy %  N LMI r... RO ...... .GROiiMAN. i.l %  \ .. 1 %  RUBIN. Hi Mlnnl, 1111 i .I V\ • .-.•: .,..Vulh I'Hj I: .. ADLMAN. William I'II. ill. 7... ,.i w I'.i III IJ. K-I ..... \. .. \ ..,;,. %  :... IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 64C 12D53 Tin: u II.I I \.\i.-r.i i:.;n s \ v i N .; i; AN is IMalntiff, %  I n\. • I .l. NQT I I'.i-iiCIa ^M I %  BABAD. .i Collins V\i Rl\i .,,'. RAFTERMAN. \1.. I. ,,f .:_ %  ,,. gUl 6th .-i .I..-.I i... ; i: v, .„,.. ROSENBAUM. I'.,iil 1 •.,,„,.. iv. o| 1 NI: I'.H'I. si. I:...i.-i.i. KOBRIN, Mm Minn i w 87, ,.r • I'. in.-i IVMIIIII A\... IU>. r-iil. MILLER. Kli/.,l„ ii, |>„ 7i, ,,,|,:„ v Mil in. .ii.-,| 11,.. ii ,;, ..,|,„, GOLDBERG, Mr Am, .1. of |u| N'W : ls| SI. I: A. IKIIII KLEIN. .1..-. ,,!,. -. M: ..,„, Si. Iln.i aid. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 14096 MAKI'A KI.I.KN U \l:|. flalntirr, w II.I.IAM M M:\I.N H.M:II. I >.-!* !l(l..l.l SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti>: Wll.1.1AM M M:\IN W \l!l. Route :! McElhanej Hoau liruenvllle, South Uirolina lou Wll. MAM MARVIN WArtfl are Iterabj notified thai %  Bill ..f i omplulm tor Divorce ha I:I-II flU-d acainei >ou, and you ..i. required to -:i. II uop) of juur Answer oi ri.adIDK in the mil of i'.,ni|ii.,ii,i ,,,, ti,,. I'lHiniiff M .\Il VI.I.KR fc I.ITMAN, 120 Lincoln it. ;„i. Mii.mi lieiu-h, Klorida ami ni,Hi.nrutinal Answer or Pleading in ihoffice of tl, v .-l,-,k of th.lii.uii i .nil ..ii ..r before Hi. 2?Ui da) ..f January, I*6J. II >. „ rail lo dn mi Jll.leni.li! I.i ,|, BU || W l|| ,„ ,. lkt ,„ ..^..in-t >..,i fur n,.. ,..„., a,,,,.,,,,,,,, in the inn of Complaint i'.\Ti-:i ai Miami, Klorida, Uiln Wrd %  lay -a I i.-v-. nili. ; %  A.l l^iii i: it i.t: \riii:i:.\i.\.\, "lerk. i ii.ult Court 1 'i.ilt. 'oiintj II..I i.hi : '' I'. COPKLAXIV l>H|.nn Clerk raiianoff, s\ aili i .\ Uiinan I 4i • oln R ] Miami i:..,. h, i'.•!•!.I., .ii..iui.. foi %  ;.. 12 25 JtlSKI'H II AI'A.MS. I .. I. II. I. HI: CTICE OF SUIT M>...I.. .i hlnaK woni Ri .-i.l. ii. • l ukiiown, .i n.i r. nun in-.1. h. i unknown H|K>Uae, if MvlnK. it ml i' dead, hei unknown • I|I i ...•-. IfgnteeM, itranteea, ;i-MianeeH, I'll*. -. iin-U'-. %  i. -.in.. i..i other i-lalnuu>t, i-laimlnK, hj throuah, mill : .m.iin-i any of lh<< alnive ,.:.. .i ........I., ni who %  a. > %  .i.-.-ii Vou .... !,• -1. i %  i. ..mi.. I thai the alHiVf i;.i ...:i. .1 iietion habeen in.,11111. a ...... i:ii-t you iii the Circuit i'..in i ..I Hi.Klevenlh .lii.li.lal Circuit ..f l-'l.ri.i;. n Mini for Untie Count) to fort-i-liMi .i in .i n:,n... upon ih. Followliut a..-. i... a i .-.a |iropert> : I...: J" 111... k .7 Ill:.-I' ADOITION I', i i'\lai|. CITY A. ..v.llim to the I 'I.,: I,,, i. ,.;. i ded in l'1-.i Hook %  I '.ii:.IS ..r Hi, I'llbllr 1;, %  ... .1..f I iiulii '.iiiiin I'l.. Ida You ni'. ri|ini..l I., ill. a i<-i<"Tiaive ideaillna to pUiinUfrH comubtlni with ih. Clerk of the afort-ieild Court, and aarve .. oop) ihoruof upon plnlntfi .ui... n. \ M VKTIN I'lN K, l>ad< h'edernl Kulldlnir, Miami, Klorida M1SI, HOI later than Janiwo i 1 ^. IM5, oi a Decree Kro .'.mi.-.--.• ,ill be .ni.i.a againal you. I >ATKI %  %  c. IIIM r i:. IMM i: II I.KATMBHMAN • "I. rk %  >! ih" II ..in i i Heal i Ky I* i .11:1. \ N 11 I '. |. i: %  M VJITIN KINK I....I. Ki ... H1 |: nv IN THE ClRCLIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COLNTV IN CHANCERY • : 11 .. YtiitK %  NOTICE OF SUIT i %  red H .\ %  A *i %  ii. Ii* r* hi iiiiilili'.l ih il .. m I iIUI el %  llll Ihi Kb %  lud.e..il Cl • .; I-':...I.i In ..n.I fi i ...... KMII> lo • .. || .i 111, -..| %  A ill-: .1-. • IM-II • ,I ]• %  • I...i III. S'l'i iNKYI I Hi 'K I 'STATKS ... • ..n:ii. %  .. i. .1 I..i .. • • %  riled %  II] % %  ..:i i of iii. 1'ubl H i ..i.i. I'ounty, IL -I ni i. i. %  .1.. i a-lth \'t in • |an i Ulnda You ..-•• i %  quii • .1 In fll .. reaiMin-i\> pleading I., plaintiff* ..iiii.laii.i with ih. •'leik of ih. .......... .i Court, and -. : v • ... • • .. i hei • ol I|MIII plalni niattorney MARTIN UtiK, Daile I'.a-i.ii i; IIUK. Miami, Kmridii .;n.;i. Qol Intel than .l.in.i.'i> .".. l!.i... ..: .i i .. i. I'I.. '..n -.-.. ill I... ni..i .-.I | ,ii.-' I 'A I i:i i I i. ml-. : 22, :..i i: i: I.I: \I H I:I: MAN i. rk ..i ihi ''a.mi Couri ..—ill I II) : K M Ul MAN I le|HH > 'I.i. M LKTIN PINK inoli i-'.a...a Uuikiiiw Miami, i'i. -i.i .. Idlill -' ti, ; I---!'. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOH DADE COUNTY. FLOR.OA IN PROBATE No. 651S1-A iBUnton) I.N I:I; Kiai< II AI:>|.D i. i:\it.N i:s. 11 — a r.. All Creditor* nntl .MI IN iww llai inn I'l.iiinor !•• iii..ii.iVirainnt .-'..;.I l--i.il.-: v..u :ii'. in-,.in notified iii.il :••quired to %  ••-.m an) i ... |i ..nil ileiuiiii.1whlah you in.iv in... attains! tin estate ..f 11.\l:• • l.i> I. ll.MlNIS .I.-.-:.-. .1 late .i i>..,i. County, Klorida. i.. the COMOO Judkea .a Dad County, and fill ih. -..n,. in duplicate alia iiprovided In Section '..; 16, i ,, : I,I,. SIJIIU, s. in their i.ffi. .H in Hi. County Courihouse in Dajde I'OIIIIly, Klorida, within idx uaU-ndar monihx from the lln the flrnl publlcal on hereof, ,.' :... xnjru will l.. barred Dated ul Mliiini. Klorida, thia Jih .1,. • ul I.... ,i. A.I' ..,l HARRY II SMITH AM K\. I utoi SMITH A MAMM.KIi. KSijS. Al lui n\ fin i:.:., i,. I"T I.in. ,.ln It...,,I, M.H Kl.i u: 1-7117 11-18 85, I •• i NOTICE TO CREDITOK; "" IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COU' ', FLORIDA IN PROBAT-No 65179.B IN' RK: Kstalc ..i AJ-.I: i.Aiiiu:s 1 lei-eased, r. All Cro.ilu>rx nnd All ivr. in4 Clalrnx in i •. in..i„i. \,., ite: Vou, and • -.i, ii of ,., .. a MM ... mi,, a i, inand ilt-iiiumin v i,,,., either ..f you, maj h.... .-i.il. .,f AilK I-AI'IM:.late ..f I '.i l mi M.n KI'.A NK |: I M ,\\ i |\. Judice of I '.ul.'. %  .,,. -Hill. in I.l... •'..Ill-Ill.,II— II, 11., I II ll ill -IN ..I. lull liutl date ..f the Said .li.iii..or ih [ea.nl .nl.li.-..f u„ I 1UII be -w.,i n t,, Una | ,. ., ,,.. | lid, ,.i name III lie l.u l "ated Dee i i .u, \ UKN KSSKN A.r.v-.'.i:... ,,. : |„ i .,. I • -nun. nt .,i VIII-: ceased. I:SSI:.N A K-SKX Al liil in > t fill K> ,,, | ii-"Alnali > rutuj MI..,,, i %  %  i %  a %  i llnv. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE C0US"v FLORIDA IN PROBATNo 65166-A IN RK Kstalc of MIIIAIIAM -. %  IITTI.I.I. Ii.f.i,-..; NOTICE TO CREDITOF; i'.i All i 'reilllm nnd All I'i in; %  "Ii. llll.-o| 1 • i n ,| \_ Estate: \ ,,n are hi i. I.|llll. .1 t,, ,II -. iinn.n.i n*hl you the • .-llll..a All: \ H | : .!, I 1 I.T V %  \ i'i • 1 : N .' %  : \ .. in. 1 ... i \ %  I2e 11 -. ., m I-., IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S C IN AND FOf: DADE COL FLORIDA IN PR0BAT£ No. 65261-B '.':.• '-•., VIUK ACS i IN, SARAH vi STIN DIM ......-.1 NOTICE TO CREOlTO-5 To All i'i.-.In,,, II nil Ul IV IlUI • 'IHUII..,i I • in.. i, \t: I'.-till.' \ mi are h* i. '• notified quired !.. in.-.-.ni an) IHIIIIJ. I llliilnls a hi ii i ..II 111 l) h.i\ ih. estate .>f sAlMi: \r'.. -,\\>i known a.SARAH W STIS la., %  ,.f yui • ni '..mm. N. irk, • • ih, Count) .In,it...| Dadi ..ml file iinMinn n duplli il ..|.i-,\ l.l.-t in .--.. ilon 7 Si.,ini. .-. in their offlci I) '.'Ill thOUSl in I '.i.i. Ul I'i..: Ida, i t iii II six uli n• *.. ni. H the time "f the flisl inibllcatl i l..nf. ..i llninn. will be I... Dated ..i Miami, Klorida, da) of I'. • mi., i. A I' l!<61 KUUDA MANTIS AN Alli-illiil > l.'\. %  I.Kl >N K AI-I.A.N" ..f M) • r, llelman A Kaplan Vi;..in, -y f..i An. .II..1 > Kx< 11.i, S.W. Ut St., Mi.,mi. Kla 12 ',--. %  I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUN'v. FLORIDA IN PROBAT= No. 600*5• A IN RK: Ksi.iu. ..I HKRNARD UKKfiU'RT, HKKNAUH I.KIM •WIT/' lM.'IM'l NOTICE TO CREDITOOi All Creditcra and All ivr, i> HavClaims 'i D.-iuan.lAlts. .-, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N '"> l*H IS I1KRKH1 HIVKN Ih il hi indi : -i .1,. .1 desli IDI In enaii '"' uodei hi : ;.;....,name ••! VI' 'lKI S ,\ MM-,.rs II M.I. K x .' I .-:.••-. Miami n.i. ... • i Bid mile with I he Cleii |h* -'ii, ni .'.. • ; i ,.,.i. lIOI Ida I.A I'.KU.i: STCDIuS, INC .i l in .' • KM ITNKV ol Sllvej nm n, K .\ ine) & tj A i i-v for Applh ..ni 120 I. .n,,.In K.,.,,1 12 -' %  ,. %  NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS iii.lti.iiv .;i\ i;\ UI.H %  •• in lAT S \\ KSTSIMK II MH1KR -IL i|' %  ii.Iii. r-s %  i %  %  %  % %  i %  %  I'PIKRTO AI.AN I: HKKE.NKIKI.D il i | I /1 • I %  n the -Uli .ui.-.Ui I.. • ol the HAH i l.KV CERTIF.CATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA l" M.I. TO VVIlo.M TIIKSK I'RKSK.NVS SHAM. i'. ..Mi: •'.HKKTIN.iS u herea RoKKKT I IIAKil l-;v. MIAMI IIKACH KMlRIDA RICH •Mil' All.Ill UKR, Ml Wll. I I.. >R. IDA MM i:v .i -s\ |, :|. ,-,,, : vi. U.Mil.i:s. i I.I,I:II.A did da) f July, \ i > .n. %  11 II .ii, a iin,i, | i,, Slat< ol Klonuia i.w '"' 'HI' ii cm noi Htion, „ ni, ii|rln'I ,j "I i %  al MI Wll •*h vii HAM: .HI \iAM ,|„. I %  • a and .1 in .. •.,RUI h "rpoi n .lui on th. 7iti da) ..f • %  \ 11 ; ...: H.IO in filed the ..fi ol ih. .-, i. •.,,. ,,i state %  Wat. f K iiiu.ni hoi in i. ,i. %  .-. i ,,, 1 Ida Siatuti %  „ in | i,,, tlon. State noea heri i. oertlf) to in, foreind thai In i t t,..i Lue '1 I'' HI. M,., ,; V ..ii, i.ii, a ., ith. IN IV11 .\i..~\\ III.I-,:,.!-. %  i,,, w i affixed I • %  %  %  • si.ii. of K .iii. Ca|iil ..• I %  %  ... -*.'ll TO*l \ W.M.%  Ti. inn K-i.il. ^'.-ii anh. i-i-l.v notified ild '• qjlllnad t.. ureeaal an) %  i.nn•"! ain. milwiii.-h ii, u DM) ii., .gain" 1 ih.. -in f I'KRNA n d'ln a/k;a BKKNARD UKKKoWI' aaaUasd lausf Im.l. Count). Florida, u. the Count) Ju.lfi.s oi Duile i'ounty, .in.i fibthe -mmin duplh %  '•• •• 1 .1|.|..\ itleil ill Section |,ri.l.i Siiinii,-.-. m u„.i: ,,i'fi. •.n il %  ''%  %  '< t) Courthouse in I'ud. Coui M nl.i. within -i). ...I.n.lin in i "'•"" I Ui.lime ..f the lir-i publli ul Of, ,,! the Mllllle Will IH ll.,l I I-iit.-.I ,.t Miami. Florida, day..I Decembel. A.I' 19*1 SIHNKY l.i:i--ii'l RI A.l:\-.ill..: If) era, Heiman, Kapla I Ai i,.i n. \ for Allan C.T \ I.'.II S W, l-'lr.-l Sll %  I 12. I---' IN THE COUNTY JoDGE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE C0U'" "V. FLORiDA IN PROBAT; No 65285C IN RK i:-i .: %  %  KIZ1CK l-'i I liRNlcK, I I. NOTICE TO CREDITO" T.. All i i.-tlii,. ... a Ml I'i %  in-: Clll 111,,.| 1 '.II... ndi As K.-i.H. You :ir.hereby quired to araaenl an> • in.,.,, u „ In, h \,-i II... % %  th. estate nf I'l/h'K FI i, ,.,.,{ late %  I %  .... %  ''" II n.vicK 1 ul... i,i the i '...i.iiv .Ii,It. C..1111IN. iiinl fill th. ami dii n.-!.• .in.l Hui.., ni. a In -. Kh.riilH Si.mil.--., in theli ih.. County Com ihouw ty, Fli rlila, '".. i-.. in ih.lime nf I be nm U ii. or i he II h.n M Hini. I ,.,i ida, its) ill .N k.i>. I!" JAI •• A 1,1 Sim..n. Hi ,. %  i^i Attorneys for KM litiildlix M i. ,. : •


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Page 6-B +Jeist fhrkMbr Friday, December 1964 m ... 4^/^fboitt f^coplc and §ti THE YOUNGER SET HThat streak "i lightning with a pony t.iil thai • fizzed nj on a bicycle was Diane (Mrs. Daniel) Hellei it behind her on her own cycle was her oldesl daughter. They were on the waj to %  he store to i goodies for the slumber party Morta was having for fifteen of her girl ds in honor of her tenth birthda\ Each ling to the cute poem invitation. i rough! her own sheet, pillow and pajamas. Wonler where Daddy Dan went that night? No one could ob eel it he went out with the boys-or sal with a sick friend. NOW DON'T MAKE A MISTAKE! During the war years, back in 1941. March* and Varon Kanner started a "thins" that has now become a tradition, the Aaron Kanner annual Orange Bowl luilfet. which meant dinner served fter the New Year's Orange Bowl football game. This year the football game has been changed r.'om tV afternoon to the evening and. accordingly, the Kanner dinner has been changed to 1 ie nexl t'ay, Jan. 2. from 4:30 to 830 o'clock \ow d.i.i 1 make a mistake, because neither Mar < ie nor Aaron nor "Miz Kanner's" statuesque Cora will be there to greet you on New Year's Daj' GORGEOUS WEATHER Honeymoon time for Ruihie and Michael KranI el, who were married in New York, included coming i" Miami so that all of Ruthie's friends and the friends of her parents. Dr. and Mrs Jess >pin i. could say hello and wish the bridal couple happiness. The weather was lovely, and so was r ie cocktcil party at the Spiier home on Catalonia Ave. Ruthie in a yellow one piece wool crepe was ; trilled at the chance to show off her tall goodlooking husband. The house and backyard were filled with people coming and going and eating <>nd drinking. There was only one dog—all dressed up with a jeweled collar and a pink sweater The dog, Miss Pick, was bcin:; carried by Florence ctccs I sfp* -AHiert &f •Pick. Am*r uests were H Massin, Sydele and iam Grodensky. G< Red (Mrs Samuil Elinoff, who lives -the street, was glad she is a neighbor When h % %  • feel started (o hurt, it was a matter <>t only a few seconds to run home and change her shoes ON GOLD ROAD Westview Country Club is on Gold Hd., and it was the scene of a fun luncheon for Inez Krensky and Frances Beckerman given by Alyce I Mrs Leon Ell and Rose i Mrs. Samuel I Seltzer. Red carnation:; in the center < f the table flanked by catsup bottles and gaily decorated life preservers at either end of the table told a story. The catsup was for the hamburgers. It would have been a wonderful diet lunch, except for the piping hot French fries and the hot fudge sundao The life preservers announced that Inez and Francewere going on a cruise on the SS Argentina. Judy (Mrs. Thomas! Gerard and Marilyn (Mrs. Harry) Smith sat on either side of their mother. Mrs. Krensky. while Joyce (Mrs. Wil Ham i Givner >at next to her mother-in law, Mrs. Beckerman. Sally (Mrs. Chester) Krone, in town for a few days to welcome son Robert and go to Nassau with him, then to he In Miami Beach to welcome her older son. Chester and his new bride is still th'terrific card player she always was Prances (Mrs. Jacki Kataman was telling about her new grandchild, Marshal Lee. son of .Sheila and Ger.ld Teitelhaum. The three youngest ma Ironfloated away after lunch, and the older .natrons played cards Amoni; the guests were Millicent (Mrs. Leon ard 1 Beldner. Belle (Mrs Emanuel) Goldstrich, Rosalie Landsman, and Bunny (Mrs. Jay) Schwartz Frances Lthman Rose Byrum Set For Concert Here lly Posner. chairman of the th annual concert of Temple Ner Tamid. on Saturday evening. an 9, announced this week that ne oi the featured stars of the erl will be Rose Byrum, Miss Byrum is a lyric coloratura pi ano. She is w ell know n here ; < i appearance with the Opera Id and with Rudolph Friml, She studied in New : k and i\on a scholarship to und with the "Voice i Firestone." Last April, in Providence. R. I.. she appeared oppo-ite Jan Peerce i Rigoletto," as Gllda. Miss Byi uni has just returned from Caracas, Venezuela, following a concert tour. Temple lion Party Temple Zion Sisterhood is sponsoring a New Year's Eve dance at the new Temple, 8ooo Miller Rd.. al S 30 p.m. on Thursday. Dec. 31. Reservations may be made with Mrs George Klein. Single Parent? Installation Al Sherni?n installed newlyelected officers of Single Parents of Miami Beach on Wednesday. Distributors Of Kosher Products Number One Provision Co.. 1 AlIon Rd., Miami Beach, is exclusive distributor for Morrisson & Schiff, manufacturers of kosher salami. bologna, frankfurters, knockwurst, pastrami, corned beef and many other meat product-. These products are under strict rabbinical supervision. President of Number One Provision Co. is Herman Pearl. Bill Ladimer is vice president Morris Comachero is sales manager. HARFENIST KOSHER CATERERS ANNOUNCE THAT THfJff DINING ROOM AT THE Ml Oil I >IIIM HO III 3585 COUINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH IS NOW OPEN SERVING FROM 5 to 9 PM. (Under Rabbinical Supervision) CATERING IN OUR DINING ROOM, YOUR HOUSE OF WORSHIP OR AT YOUR HOME CHIPPY'S RESTAURANT & PANTRY 101 Miracle Mile Coral Gables Tel. 446-7031 FOR YOUR PARTY PLEASURE Extra Fancy Strictly Kosher HOT & COLD ASSORTED HORS D'OEUVRES On Disposable Trays • Also Featuring # A COMPLETE CHRISTMAS DINNER FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY WITH Alt THE TRIMMINGS Served from Neon 'til 9 P.M. CHIPPY'S RESTAURANT ... Enjoy a Festive HOLIDAY DINNER at The SAN REGIS $2 50 Complete 7 Courses Roast Young Turkey or Roast Chicken Roast Leg of Lamb CHILDRENS DINNERS $1.50 Serving Noon 'til 11 P.M. 6815 BISCAYNE BLVD. PL 9-0487 FREE PARKING KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER SUPPER DANCING MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Dear Run • TU 8-4521 ART MUMS, Co-Owner Friendship Circle Planning Party Senior Friendship Circle <>i Tenv • Ie Beth Am will meet on Tuesdaj evening, 8 pftwffW rt CUVVfetl dish New Year's part) Members will meet in the Mule Room and an evening of games icial has been planne I Mrs. Ann Epstein and Mrs. lint lu Koit are co-chairmen of the affair. Homy K.mffnian. chairman of the group, has announced thai a barbershop njuartel is now boinu formed and ilooking for voltintc (i Temple affiliation is not required New Bill Jordan's Opens for Season Bill Jordan opened his new Rev taurant and Bar of Music last Tuesdej ni^jlit for the 28th consecutive year at the same location. For the firsl time in its long his toiy. Bill Jordan's introduced a new facet to its popular format. and features a widely varied com plete dinner selection and a late supper and snack menu served from II p.m until 5 a.m.. in addition to the traditional musical entertainment Bill Jordan and his keyboard partner. Miss Olna Valentc. hinh light the Rightly musical festivities and their famous twin piano renditions. Centrally located on Miami Beach's '-'2nd St.. just two blocks west of Collins Ave., the restaurant openfor dinner at 5 p.m.— ST. Abbott Guest of Honor Harold Abbott, | i known in life msui ness circle 3 at he Btandai MMCen r He I ed manager of i Biseayne Branch ',, t A l m T %  %  % %  -" % %  • %  IM, S. Harris. | ,, tendenl of agencies o Life who made ., special trip! %  ''ami from the hom< Tjrontc.to open the ne, WATCH FOR GRAND OPENING! GEWIRTZ, Sfiomer Shobbof "999" DELICATESSEN MiW LOCATION 7435 Collins Ave.l Ph. 865-9331 THE LERNERS Catering for All Occasions f UnMiincd in 1945 JE I 3987 MIAMI FACILITIES BEACH FAMOUS 671 WASHINGTON AVE. f&sfmiranl IH\M:IKS SERVED DAILY 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. GIOVANNI'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE Under New Management and New Cliet 1005 N.W. /9th STREET Ph. 751-6243 Pit 759 -"*' %  VEAL A LA FRANCAISE — $ 1.75 Spaghetti, Salad, Garlic Roll, Bread Sticks, Coffee OPEN 7 DAYS 11:30 A.M. TO 1 A.M. PMZZA COMPLETE LINE OF ITALIAN SANDWICHES PHIUY HOAGIE & STEAK SANDWICHES 113th STREET & N.W. 7th AVE. Ph" e 754-7241 r The smartest Mm spot to meet \i>ur friends ftft lumh or tot % %  i I Till] KASHMIR ROOM-470P TH£ W] ^ DINNER SERVED 5 fo 9 • COCKTAIL LOUNGE OPEN 11 •." %  . Madae DueFrene. Mar. sed 1 "^ mi



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Pace 2-A #pn/s/> fhridian Friday, Dece—er UPTON NTMM4.V0 Bl V'K 0ROV7TZ HfBNKlf Blank, Orovif 7. Weinkle, Fried iand. Lipton Named Co-Chairmen of '65 CJA Campaign Sdm Blank. Max Orovttz and Carl by ihc five noted communal, phiWenridc, pt-x presidents ol the (Ireater Mi.uni Jewish FederaUnthropic SBd biimes leaders w?s made iointly bv Dr. Irving lion, Samuel N. Friedland. honorI( ,hrman. \65 CJA campaign ary presideit. and Joseph M Lipton, vice president, have accepted the positions of co-chairmen of the }965 Combintd Jewish Appeal. Announcement ol the acceptance chairman, and Sidney Lefcourt, president >t the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. "In our vital 1965 campaign. Federation Ratifies Y Buy Of Westbrccke Club Here Executive Committee of tin Jew ish Fedt i ation si Thursday nighl ratified th< • b> th YM and W H.\ ol A %  stbi loke i aba a I -. i lub will be tl e nev Miam S fa esl Jew ish < ommunit) I i t< r. i he mm o folli wed on the hi (i thi Y i arlier appro> al ol tin Award to Wintson Churchill Continued from Page 1-A a] exe utive council of the The annii.il dinner marked the bit thdaj ol Sir Win-ton and iversary of the pas• ._ %  i I the I nitcd Nations resolur the establishment of Israel. Messages from President Johnson and former Presidents Harry S. Truman and Duight D. Eisenhower headed hundreds of messages of greetings from promi • statesmen and leaders. purchase of the huge facilitj al I ramiami Trail At a board meeting Moi night, V officials signed the docu ments setting ihe final stamp ol approval on the purchase Efraim Gale, executive director of the Y, 'aid that purchase price was in excess of 5700,000. Situated on some 19.5 acres, the main facility is a two-story building located on both sides of an entrance lobby. Ihc air-conditioned club includes 14 oabana buildings, as well as handball and tennis courts and a wading pool. According to V spokesmen, West brooke has the largest swimming pool in the State ol Florida The new V will house its ad ministrative headquarters and be used as a facility for both Jewish and general community groups. It is anticipated that a conversion program for some of the YMIIA activities will be launched in the near future. r r % % r r % % r % % TEMPLE ZAMORA MEN'S CLUB 8th ANNUAL NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY and DANCE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1964 COCKTAILS HORS D OEUVRES KOSHER FOOD DANCING FAVORS 3'FTS MUSiC AND tmtMAUUMin BY LARRY BLUE & HIS BAN0 TEMPLE ZAMORA COCIA.. HALL 44 Zamora Ave.. Coral Cab'c-s, Florida EREE COCKTAIL HOUR 9:0J fo 10:00 P.M. R.S.V.P. TEMPIE OffiCE: HI 8 7132 Contact Secretory Morris MoskowHz Call Between 9 A.M. & 5 P M. B.Y.O.L Do-in ij-i -15.110 Per Coupl; Q> ^** st? 0 TRtD ? Be relaxed, refreshed, revitalized ... Schwitz Bodes-Swiss Kriss Mineral and Whirlpool Baths Massage Complete Gymnasium-Swimming Pool MODERATE RATES DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL INVEST IN ISRAEL BONDS AND THEY WILL PAY YOU BACK IN INTEREST AND HUMAN FULFILMENT. Moyshie friedberg 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you nted copies o* Reproduced on ( Bond Pooer WHIlf YOU WAIT Cosh A Carry LETTERS BULLETINS LiSTS FORMS REPORTS CONTRACTS S**vinp 'lumi Since 1946 95 N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 1-0815 SUNSHINE PRESS ^pPSe eWiCC PRESCKIPTION OPTICIANS faS^IOH CENTER r jut SOUTH La' gi in I t Btylei V\ I< IN BUSES 728 LINCOLN ROAD Phone J€ 80749 Oc. IP • t CCN'ACT L£NS • pnspm *S* qpr i-m Kabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Phone JE 1-3595 945 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH IF VOU RE LOOKING FOR A "BEST BUY" IN HOMES YOU'VE FOUND IX! i'Cj Down As little at S60 Month Serv "g Miami 15 Y*ars UTMAN INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE *10 N.W. 8th AVE. Ph. 377-V655 We Noflrflp Insurance or All Kindt For f/en and /. omen FR 9-8861 (ask for'•Spa") > All: AUKMrY I'ES B-3S07 DAY WO^XERS S6-fAK H'GH TYfE WEEKLY MAIDS RESTAURANT & HOTEL KELP < < < < < v hen we seek to top last year's succes'ful drive and provide more monies for the activities c* cur local agencies and for the iifesaving work of the United Jewish Apoeal, which this year will transport and resettle a record number of immigrants overseas, we are proud to have these outstanding leaders accept this high position in our campaign," Dr. Lehrman stated. Friedland. Blank. Liplon and Wcinkle have also served as general chairmen of the Combined Jewish Appiul. "It is the elforts and unselfish dedication of men of this high calibre that have made it possible tor our annual Federation drive to lake its rightful place among the top 15 Federations In the country." Rabbi Lehrman stated. Tluknowledge, the experience Cohen JWV Luncheon Here Ham II Cohen, Surfside Baj Harbor JW\ Auxiliary Post 723 -I' nsored a luncheon ai the Surl side Town Hall on Thursday at 12 30 p.m. Proceeds 'ill go to the Aid to Israel Fund. Ticket chairman was Mrs Rose Rothwarf. aad the leadership that this group of dedicated co-chairmen brings to iiis without equal. Their many contributions to business, communal and philanthropic endeavor, ai d their leadership in the growth development ol many of our imiKirtant It.cal Federation ayen ( %  <. %  e a nnot -*e underrttrmHe*r" the chairman stated "I am confident that the support I am :vceivir.in my second yeat as ( .1 \ canipamn chairman .wli redoun.l to ihc gOSd of the community and of our agencies both here and overseas. With the help of these distinguished leaders, | am dent that our ben e fi c i, ry cies will be enabled to s. r record number of Mople coming year. At ""' lie, thev nK '" ; e new J grams that will bring m Z ,1 II the J3 ">dal the -.:. T.::-.fhelplo3 'hneeds ol the ever-g^ number of members of ow J mumty ho recognize then*! Federation agen<;,, p a ^ of sickness, emotional stress. J *en personal help and counJ] are vitally needed.' PalmMOST MODERN m£~) HOMt —— S* Wl 5-7631 Built Expreti'y for Individual Care ol the Convalescent, Chronic and Geriatrics Patient • Completely Air Conditioned • Finest Nuning Ststt • Spaeioos Gorder I,he Grounds • Uecteotioniil Arco* Indoors 1 Outdoors UIMBC* NAJIONAL 61KIATRICS SOCifry 14601 NQBTHtAST 16M. AVF. AT W. DIXIE HWY. MIAMI ol, FIORIOA Complete and Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & ^4U„ t 2W/. 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Tage 10-A *• %  Jew 1st Ffrricinir Friday, December 25, 1964 HE'LL BE HONORED AT TEMPI* ISRAEl FRIDAY EVE Pat Answers Do Nothing to Solve Human Rights Question, Teen-Agers Here Learn Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, at 90 # Leaks Back On a Long Career d Service to Humanity ^rt::i:szri:z The question of human rights is far more co-nplex than can be setBy HARRY SIMONHOFF lht' Magazine Digest, in its r issue <>i 1938. tells •o I nitariai 5 met on Apr 23 ot sami al r npl %  Israel • Greater Miami to organize the Unitarian Church, The e article quotes the rabbi of [j who was present i the opening saj l prt fei to serve -> nai s in out s w jere the • i l nitarian church, because this • stitution has a clet effect ,pon the community." The rabbi. %  \ course was Dr Jacob H. Kap.m. who helped i •'•> in tning that church The depression fog was fting, and contributions for new hurcnes were not forthcoming salaries hud bun reduced all .round Yet to organize the Uniarians, Rabbi Kaplan donated he sum of 9)200. a generous glfl or a clergyman in those lean ears Th< Digest evidentlj conidered il unusual, if nol strai %  r a rabbi to assist in the (cumins* ol a church; fur despite some intrary opinion, most people re ard Unitarian ideology as Chrisian. notwithstanding the com ilainl of some Fundamentalists • il ientirely too liberal. Second Religion Bui liberalism haalways been second religion to Dr. Jacob H, Caplan, who might be designated i liberal humanist it was em ihasis on liberal principles in reigiOD, ethics, philosophy, and so ial relations that he found most (tractive about the Unitarian thos In his own religion. Dr \aplan (ound ils most liberal exireasion in Reform Judaism. Inch arose in the early 19th entury as a revolt and a protest garnst Orthodoxy, which might i regarded as the Fundamental>t aspect of Judaic monotheism. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN R, • %  :,: %  -.. M .. %  I \ %  \ '. 1 I '.% %  \.. A %  • I v I -• Dr. 1 • wl [lie 7 • (••.;< %  fulfil %  I •'.' Herewu I: ; %  Jacob H. Kaplan wa.born in 1874. and Temple Israel celebrates his 90th birthday on Friday night. One is tempted to mull over the changes that have taken place in the world since his birth Europe had only two re publics then. France and Switzerland. The telephone had not yet been invented. Electricity was net used in homes, in locomotion or industry. And yet in our time, it has become difficult Continued on Page 12-A Southeast United Synagogue Region Cites Sussman More than 30 congregations reptenting the Southeast Region of • %  United Synagogue ol America. nclttded important deliberations lecting the future of Jewish life the recent biennial conference the United Synagogue's South st Region held in Jacksonville i)i". Morton Siegel, director ot e Depart mint of Education of e United Synagogue of America. I seminal on intermarriage, a college age program for youth, and reported on a new research area in the fii-kl ol iducation. Rabbi Mcrton Leifman, register of the Teachers Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary o< America, reported on the accomplishments of the joint Columbia University-Jewish Theological Seminary of America program of Jewish studies on the college level. erry Sussman, outgoing president of the Southeast Region A •he United Synagogue of America. U shown here receivig a plague in recognition "for his distinguished service for ne years 1962 to 1964." Making the presentation (right) is '-'hilip Selber. past president of the Southeast Reqion, member A the national Board of Directors of the United Synagogue of America, and president of the Jacksonville Jewish Center, ""he conference was held at the Jacksonville Jewish Center. Rabbi Harry Epstein, president of the Southeast Region of the Rabbinical Assembly ol America, and spiritual leader of Ahavath Achim. Synagogue, Atlanta, (la., spoke on (he importance of lav leadership. while Rabbi Morton Wallack. ot Temple Beth El. Birmingham, Ala., outlined the directions synagogues must take to meet the new challenge lacing the future. Jerry Sussman. of Temple Menorah, of Miami Beach, outgoing president of the region, was presented a plaque in recognition ol distinguished service, while Seymour .Mann, ot Temple Sinai, Hollywood, was elected president. Also elected to office was Philip Schiff, of Beth David, vice presi%  dent. In addition Schiff was appointed chairman Ol the Regional Youth Commission. Heart Volunteers Honored Here Hear) Sunday volunteers were red at a "Thank You" coffee and open house at the new Hear! Association office, 50M Biscayne Blvd., on Sunday from 3 to s p.m Awards were presented to the Heart Sunday volunteers who ted during the 1964 Heart Fund HI i\ e Speakers al the coffee were Michael O'Neil, chairman of the board of the Heart A-social ion of Greater .Miami; Dr. Bdward st Mary, president; and Dr. Marvin L. Meitus. president-elect A highlight of the occasion was exhibition of the most recent paintings and sculptures by Miami artist Sylvia Glassberg. by 380 delegates to (he 11th annual teenage conclave of the Y.MYttllA of Greater Miami. Assembled at the Dupont Plaza Hotel, the teenagers, repre-enting 3i' clubs sponsored by three "Y" branches, hi ard this message developed by keynote speaker TalDiadge W Fair, executive director i i the Greater M iam i Urban League, and then convened in eight concurrent workshops to discover the complexities lor themi ves, In his address on the Conclave theme. 'Your Rights or the Other Person'—Which are Mole Importanl '", Far made the following major prints: • The rights of people are deier;. ned by values that are held in common. • some rights are unequal. SUCh as those of parents and children. but (his is socially accepted so that conflict is reduced. • People sometimes i irget the values of their society when pur suing their i wn sell interesl • Conflicts may arise between the values Ivocated and the specific practices in use Pair asked the delegates, in 'he workshops to follow, to consider v nether the.v would resolve con f] cts of rights with reason in-lead i self-inten st; whether they were billing to examine their present standards; whether they could iiork km. Eliot Abbott. Judy Fagin, Robin Selditi h, Margie Isi-. Patti Abel. Sandy Goldstein, .loan Katien. F.llen Sherman. Karen KlUglick •l.uk Guntber, Lizabeth Diamond. David Leopold. Debby Zuckerman. Janet Anauoi. Karen Kme-tr. .Minda Steinberg. Karen Steinberg Gars Kronengold, Jim Harris, Leo Cowan, James Jordan. Robin Cmenbhim, Michael Ann Miller, Jar.ice Baum ind Brenda Fox. Sinai Rummage Sale Sisterhood of Temple Sinai of North Hade is current.) holding a rummage sale at 13126 W. Dixie llwy., No. Miami The -lore io pen Monday through Saturdaj com 9 a m. to -l p in A New Year's Eve cotillion will be held at Temple Sinai on De 31 from B p.m. unto dawn. Diane Matza, tenth grade student at Ihe Hebrew Acad "• Senior Hiqh School for Girls, receives citation re P re *? n '. • the Executive Club ol Miami Beach "Youth ol the Mj* Award. The award, presented monthly by the Exu Club, is made to the student selected by the schoolIs tacu_ > as the outstanding student in citizenship and schoiar • Diane is he first student ol the newly-organized Hebrew ft • emy Senior High School lor Girls to receive this aw Making the presentation is Dr. Jerome Berke, chairman oi Youth ol the Month Committee for the Executive Club. j. ing on are Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Matza, parents



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dayDecember 25, 1964 Jewist norldfar Paqe 3-B f-I [Members of the Adult Education Committee of the Sisterhood lot Temple Emanu-El plan the women's participation in the %  Adult Institute of Jewish Studies which begins on Tuesday Inoming. Jan. 5. at 1701 Washington Ave. Seated (left) to right) %  an Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, chairman; Mrs. Herbert S. ShaIsiro. president ; Mrs. Charles Rosengarten, and Mrs. Leo BerIman. Standing are Mrs. Jacob Katzman. program vice president, and Mrs. Jerome Goodman. Riegers to Mark 54th Anniversary The longer Celia and Joseph Etie* .,ci are married, the more happy events the) have to celebrate on their anniversary date. Dec. 25. Residents here for the past eight years, lor the Riegers of 250 Meridian Ave l M will mark 54 years ot marriage. For son I'at and his wife Sarah, a will be 29 years -t wedded bli %  .-. Daughter Hannah and husband Jules Burnett make it thensilver 26th, Granddaughter Roberta and Marty Platcher chose the date tor their nuptials lour years ago with daughter Sharon Lesley appearing exactly one year later. Grandson Stan and Joan Rieger were married Dee. 25. 1961. and their first child. Michael, broke with tradition and was born six weeks ago. All from Brooklyn and all but the Burnettwill be here to celebrate with the senior Riegers. On the 28th. there'll be more festivities, planned by the Golden Ring Club and the Workmen's Circle Now 74. Mr. Rieger was a manufacturer in New York City before coming to Miami Beach. Organizations in which the couple are activv include odd Fellows, Rebekahs, Masons, Golden King Club No. I, tid the Biseayne Democratic Club, of which he was relj |i --.. led as treasurer. Two years ago, on the national Moore television show, the :. ,. : mark< i their -olden weddine anniversary Adaih Yeshurun USY Temple Adath Yeshurun Junior USY will hold u social and square dance on Sunday beginning at 7:30 p.m. Prize to be offered is a nun collar. In charge of reservations lor boys and girls in junior high Lchool is David Skup. MR. AND MRS. RltGtR Rieger came to the U.S. from Austria in 1907. His wile. Celia. is a native Russian, Youth Symphony To Play Here All Miami Youth Symphony under the direction Of Robert A. Lawrence will open its seventh season with a winter concert at Dade County Auditorium on Dec. 28 at 8:15 p.m. Guest soloist will !• noted pianist Raul S in ah Program will include works by V'>n Weber, Grit Si inl Saens t.nd Bizet. Also M be performed is the 1964 Youth Composition award winner, Kabcnera The annual competition ispon ured by Miami Beach Councilman Kenneth Oka and his father, Samuel oka. Mrs. Jacob D. Davis, Jewish National Fund Tag Day chairman presents Mollie Skeil, champion Tag Day worker ol 1963, with an award as Leon J. Ell, president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, looks on. JNF Tag Day Drive Sunday ,, recent luncheon in Wald i&n's Hotel, women who had col. cted S2S and more during last rear's house-to-house Jewish Namal Fund Tag Day drive, gathi ed to discuss plans for the Tag Day drive this Sunday. An army of workers recruited Hillel Girls Install Officers New president of Hillel B'nui B'rith Girls is Ariana Schwartz, i Other Officers installed this week sere Cheryl Kitman. first vice president; Debby Penick, second i tice president; Daryl Kaner, corresponding secretary: Begin a Burkley, recording secretary. Carole Weiss, treasurer; Michele Lebar. parliamentarian; Judy Weiss, chaplain; Ellen Mirowitz and Cookie Westrich, sergeants-atirms. Outgoing officers are Karen Kay, president; Eileen Schulman, first vie president; Ariana Schvv.r**?2, •croud vice president; Nancy Emrson, corresponding secretary; Judy Golub, parliamentarian; Evanne Bobkolf, chaplain; Eddyse Her-hbein and Patti Greenfield, iergeants-at-arms; Cheryl Kitman, editor; and Debby Penick. historlrom various Zionist and general Jewish organizations in the city will participate under the chairmanship of Mrs. Jacob D. Davis, who has successfully led these drives for the past eight years. Mrs. Mollie Skell. a member of Sholoma Chapter of Miami Beach Hadassah, is the champion Tag Day collector for last year's drive. At the luncheon, which coincided with her 78th birthday, Mrs. Skell was lauded by Leon J. Ell, president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, for collecting over $100 during the drive. Zev W. Kogan discussed Jewish National Fund activities, past and present. Mrs. Davis presented Mrs. Skell with a gold charm as a token of appreciation for Mrs. Skell's outstanding effort and achievement. KOSHER MORRISON^SCHIFF "THE GOOD FRANKFURT" HERMAN PEARL BILL LADIMER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 531-6811 Latkes a. la, Swiss Homecoming Set At Beth Sholom At the annual college Homecom service Friday at Temple Beth Sholom, Prof. Alan West in of Columbia University, Political SciDepartment, will participate *ith Rabbi Leon Kronish in a pulpit dialogue on "Danger on the Right." Rabbi and Mrs. Kronish will entertain the homecoming students 1 their home immediately fallow* 'i E the service. Horse to Race At Gulf stream Sadair. the .vorld's leading money-1 winning two-year-old of all time, with $498,216 in earnings this year, has established winter headquarters at Gulfstream Park. The Florida-bred S10.000 bargain purchase of Mary B. Ilecht. of Miami made a two-day journey byNan from Baltimore without mishap. 'Sadair is a good shipper and he seems ready to run tomorrow, if I wanted him to." trainer Les Lear explained. "But he's earned a rest, and lie's going to get one. Sadair will be pointed for the $100,000 Florida Derby on Apr. 3. and the other classics for three* vear-olds in 1965. TURN A DAIRY MEAL INTO ^ A FEAST! LATKES A LA SWISS V* lb. Switzerland Swiss cheese, grated Vi cup sour cream 2 egg yolks l'.i tbsps. flour >/z tsp. salt 1 tsp. mustard 1 tbsp. butter Leads in fall Sales Mort Zimmerman. Equitable LUe Assurance Society of the U.S.. led 879 company agents >n tne south in a tall sales campaign. • %  ON-T woatY aaour YOU* WMtllf IT ONLY SKINNY *5 BREAD TASTES SO Different A J4" lOAt FRffDMANS BAKERY 655 WASH. AVE. JE1Mix ingredients except butter; stir well. Melt butter in fry pan; drop heaping tablespoon of mixture into fry pan; cook until golden brown on both sides. Yield: 8 pancakes. Excellent with onion rolls and coffee. Look for ••Switzerland" on the package of slices or chunk you buy. Then you are sure of getting the matohleM quality and nutlike ta'am of genuine Swiss Cheese produced in Switzerland and no where else! Anyone can make the holes but only the Swiss can make the flavor KJ Wilzorlawl Sulsstktw about t>VM gathered for you Miri-rMnRdkl %  Tht liomemakci 's most important aulpmenl," write v RtihlM S. Ge/shon Levi in the introduction to "Guide lor the Jewish llomemakcr." "n her own •//. H/i cup chopped Planters Walnuts Place fruits, juice and ped in large bowl of electric mixer. Add sugar. tarn, Plainer* Oil. Beat at a low speed until blended. Combine Hour, baking powder, baking soda. Continue to beat al low speed while adding dr> ingredients. Beat at medium speed until ill mixed, about 2 minutes. -Stir in chopped nuts. Pour into oiled floured usquare pan. Bake al350F. 40 min.. or until done. Cool 10 mm. before rCBWl in g from pan. Makes 1 cake O enjoved meeting so nuoiy of my friendly readers at the cooking school. They had all kinds / nice things lo say about Planters Oil {andabout my column). I was interested to learn that many of them hud tried other oils and had gone hack to Planters Oil because they loiuul it definitely ga>e heller resiilts in baking and in jrying. Have you tried coffee "upside down". Israeli Style? llt" a tall tall glass ol milk will, a little coffee added.) Have M.II ever spiced vour coffee with cardamom r ginger, the wav Israelis sometimes do? Well, whichever flavor \ou favor and whether you prefer MMir coffee "upside down" or right side up. Inslani Chaic & Sanborn is prohahlv your choice. Coffee COB* noissvurs cverv where. Kast and West, prefer it. Chase & Sanborn Coffees and Planters Oil arc made under careful Rab binical Supervision. ~ MANNA ABOUT TOWN IS A STANDARD BRANDS EXCLUSIVE EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE BRIGHT YOUNG HOMEMAKER



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day. December 25, 1964 vJenist rhrkfion Paqe 7-A fepper, St. Pete Times to Receive I5L Award in Human Relations Here | au de Pepper, of Miami. lulu St. Petersburg Times have ted as the l%5 winners Bliard L. Abess Human .. Award, the Anti-Defa,',. %  eague of B'nai B'rith an%  %  Wednesday. I Pepper was described by airman Burnett Roth as ite champion in the Con[ the United States of man's I n-bis under the ConI and .'• having sponsored I i enabling citizens "to more fully in the i) i| iAmerica.'" In parKolh pointed to Cong. •toper's vote for the Civil Rights ol ".."•! "as the only favorable I a Florida congressman, i the few in the South." The general reporting, editorils ano special articles found in he S'. Petersburg Times were liven i-i Roth as the reason this newspaper was selected to rei t f •he award with Cong. PepI, -i an area where segregaItirmst -hinking is still powerful, ihert extreme conservatism Mom Will lesume Cruises from N.Y, Jan. 5 S Shalom, flagship of the Zim r • will resume her winter | schedule with a nine and a y cruise to San Juan. St. and St. Maarten, depart jr. fn i New York on Jan. 5. it L. announced by Alfred Z. Kis. f;ni Lines vice president for Pas Irnger Traffic in the Western hemisphere. The 25.338 gross ton luxury iner suffered bow damage in a oilision with a Norwegian tanker '. the New Jersey coast on Nov. which torced cancellation of ic first three cruises on her 196-1sch< .Ic. "While we deeply regret this uni ortunate accident," Kis said, "we, ire delighted that the Shalom will ie able to resume her cruise %  chedule sooner than anticipated." The big liner is undergoing repairs Jl the Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Co., Newport News. 'a., and will be ready for sea on J-n. 3. abounds, and where discrimination against Jews is to be found in numerous places, the Times has been a leading voice for liberal thinking and reasonable approaches to a resolution of there problems," Roth stated. Paul Seiderman, chairman ol the Awards Committee, revealed that because of the calibre of the nominee-, "this is the first time in the ten-year history <>f the award that there will be two recipients, The award itself consists of a SI.000 contribution by Miami philanthropist Leonard I.. Abess, in honor of the aw.irdee to ADL research in the field of human relations \ 1 laque will also be part of the presentation. Previous awardees have included Gov. LeRoy Collins. William C. Baggs, Dr. II. Franklin Williams, Mayor Robert King High, the late Abe AronovltZ, Cody Fouler and Dr. Henry King Stanford. The award luncheon will be held on Jan. 17 at the Duponl Plaza Hotel at 12 noon. ANNUAL FUNCTION SLATED JAN. 3 School Choir to Present Cantata At Academy's Scholarship Dinner CLAUDE PEPPER JWV Games Party Funds raised at the Murray Sol omon Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans card james party on Tuesdi > evening will be used lor service to veterans. Mrs. Norman Levine v as chairman of the affair held at the Minyonaires, 3737 Bird ltd. The Hebrew Academy Choir, under the direction of Mrs. Miriam Donnerstag, will present a special cantata, "An Ode to Learning," as E highlight of the 17th annual scholarship fund dinner of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy at the Deauville Hotel on Jan. 3. Written by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, Academy principal, for the testimonial salute to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard, oi Miami Beach, Academy founders, the cantata will be narrated by three students ,il the Beach school. The narrators are Sandra Ehrenr< ch, Mark Schickman and Chaim Sukenik. Mn-e than 50 youngsters form the Academy Choir, and Mrs. Donnerstag. music director of the school, promises some 'special surprises" will be an integral part of the cantata. Members of the choir include I mda Augenstein. Baylene Bourn. Karen Zuckciman. Mindy Bastack, Linda Ehrer.ieich. Alisa (Jei^ev, Robert Reinhard, Lenore Bienenfeld, Rebecca Babouri, William I nberg, Harry Peters, Shciiytn Muchnik. Jane Post, Linda Zuckerman, Judy Rubin, Barbara Bcrkowitz, Ronnie Simon. Cila Berger, Soryl Sthreiber, Howard Self, Fanny Behar, Susan Moss, Shari Pollack, Judy Malavsky, Dahlia Abramov itz, Rhonda Kass. Larry Crenet, e Sukenik, Howard Wtttela and llarbe; Plederman. Jan Safr.i. Judith Rosencwaig, M iria m Greenberg, Ranaanah Swirsky, Tobi Firtel, Andrew Sandier. James Resnikowitz, Harry Goodman, Stuart Baumel. Steven I echtner, Martin Sturman, Jacob Weiss, Saul Abusiewiez, Joel Breeh. Jacob Praschnik. Kenneth. 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1 Friday. December 25. 1964 •tJmAi Mr-rMton Paqe 15-B LEGAL NOTICB T. rfc I COL T f JUDGE'S COURT 1 ,N AND FOP DADE COUNTY. 1 FLORIDA IN PROBATE 62626-C li\ !T.\ M vi: TKI ssi:u.. I IhC kOTIC t OF '\TENTION TO MAKE IPPL CATION FOR DISTRIBUTION "AND FINAL. DISCHARGE i-iij given Ihnl I hu\ • %  -it. I l(< i and lvtit|..n foi I ii nn I I inul l 'is. ha in. a I ,,.. ihe .-i.ti. ..' Rti VIA, TIMSSKI* di 1 I ,|,. i .ii L'th iliiv ill Januari. lU 111I|i.|l"l".l.l. I ..(-. HI I Mil.County. Hor1 -.,-... of said Filial Kei-..i I lou and final (lia | lirffi Admin sttntar of the I*H| I hi named deuedt ni I iv ni i •• .iui.. i. r.i..i. A IAY CIUOTOI. -. Ail mi II i -. -T. t. .ii.l Iv-laie lit I ta Mil* Ii nsscll. .lei ..-• ,, I M i • > ib ft i 'i Islol I .„|. i .. nil Rids. I \ [ All-., .11 ..nil. Kin. il ii-m-2 .. 1 i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW •-: it) IIKKEHY R-IVEN (hat I br undersigned. !•—trims In enuage In '. ^imli —i ii.l-r if-fictitious name of J LAW IN rKISXAl I'iNAI. al 311 N.W. In rt, Mlam i I.M.U i.i reglstet mill name with il" <'l.-rk ..f the iii.; i ..i l I.I.IICount)', Florida. LA-RC SALES. INC, 'la t'orp Sole i iw n.-r LKiiN \ EPSTEIN til >r A|i|il:i'iinl i. n i: -.. i 12 ll-ls-S"., I l vmyetiu § NOTICE UNDER "ICTITiOUS NAME LAW i: is HERHIIY UIVEX thai i %  %  ( I.I. n.\i \N .VI.ES :.t l|:i ,\ VV rest, Miami Intend* to reglst* r ii •• w i ii I he i "lerk ..I the I' irt ..j 11 i.i 'ounty, Kloridu. .v IV S M.KS CORP. .. i la •'-. ; Sole \\ n.-r iN VRD J. K M.ISII for Vpp .mi ..i i:. i IL' i -1 •>. _• .. 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW SOT -.'.: is ii. :I:I:K.\ UIVEX that gni*d ile*irlng lo iit.i-' "i i.i.-i tl rl tltiou* name of \ i'l'-"M. i-M K M;I: s'i'i n:i: i >P MIVMI HEAC1I ,: 711 "Hi Street, %  .. %  h. I' II i.ln ntenda to n ••• .id nam ^-. ah the 'Ii rk Court u 'ade i 'mint) MAX s DIKXER ItRY KTEIXDHRO, KSq 13 11-1* IN THE CIRCl IT COURT OF THI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No 64C 13234 CAH.THI \ ". UBR j< >SEPII %  VII.TECX. I .... NOTICE HV PUBLICATION YuU, I;I.MI:I. %  —i :i "l I I'AII.'I II V. I low V'l'l I. I ••" Californl • n lo file am wei iilalnl for iltwiri ,. ni, || you, I'II He '. rk "I Hi. i' : and "-',' v opy upon Merman 'ohen, KM| II. 11 Cong' Ilulkl i.-_. %  da, %  Janunry .i default nti n tl in DATED I' ml" i K II I.I \ -MKHM VN i -|. k ..%  %  • %  n I l '..nil |t>: %  1., • i i.i I. .. BY HENRY LEONARD always think of it as Chanukah Gelt." Copr. 1964", Daienu froducllo"! LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65356 IN UK: i: %  .,-. %  ..MOKIIIS ADI.BR I i.e.as-,I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All I'redil'ii's and All .1'.-..-..lis Having Claims or Deinand* A-.m.-i s'ai.l ICxiati : You are hereby notified and required i" -.'I—i-ni any elnltna ami demand* ulii.-li you may have agulnMl I he i-Hta MORRIS AIM.l-:it dei-eaaed late of I hide County, Florida, in ilnI'liuniv JudKVM of Made County, ami file the -am.in duplicate anil as provided In Section 733.18, Florida s.aint.-s. In their offlcen in the County <'mil Hi. HIS., in bade County, Florida, within nix calendar months from tintime of the fir>t publication hereof, or the same will be li.iireil. 1'at.il al .Miami. Florida, tlii-lltll day nl I'ecember, A.I>. 1864. LAWRKNCF: AUI.Ki: As Rxectitor Arnnovlti, Bllver & Hchi r ACtomeya for Rxeoutor 607 Alnsley llldg., Miami, l-'la. II Ii-;:.. 1 1-8 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jewisti Fk NOTICE OF PUBLICATION | HBRVIRK at JlJl N.\V 7th Ave.j)MlIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE MBl. u ', l 1 ,l ~, '",K" ,KLU I'ouM^S ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I w '' V-" i-l T NOTICE OF PUBLICATION LEGAL NOTICE I LEGAL NOTICE FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 13257 MYHVA notlDMAN, I'lnlntlff, VH. FRBDRIC JAY fJOODMAX. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: l-Ttl :i >ltl<' JAY 'ii 11'.MAN. r. MniiKer Motel i 'levi-loild, c Ihl You. i'i:i:iii:n Hail.ii.nntv. Florida. MOICUIS KI.ABS Lt/ll-IS-2'.. 1 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKRBHY OIVHS Ihnt Ih.. nnili'isiuii.il. il.-irinu I.. ellpTUKi' in. bu in.-sunder ihe flctltlou* name %  •' Kiil'.iri'-ltusn-: INTKRH>RS at 531 23rd St.. .Miami lleat-b Intend to rejtlaler wild na • 11 %  the t'lerk "t Ibe JAY .:.... Ii MiN. .' % %  ';"" '""" "•"'' '••""" > "'"• NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 64C !374J • nNNK liKN SETT, I -,.IM \ w. \ \'I'IIANII;I, ; I:I-:XXI-:TT. I .... %  Sun FCR DIVORCE TI v VTH VXIKI. i-: III:NXI:TT l.r.'. I T -..-II Sin .i. Apt. 1! K\an^\ni. Indiana You, SATH VXIKIK, IIKXXRTT Ii,.i,.|,\ in .1 irl.-il thai a Hill "' IN THE COUNTY JUDGF^ rniiRT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65270A IN UK Rat a i" III, II Ml V. ,.,..! NOTICE TO CREDITORS \ i i %  lav%  ..iii. -1 I -. in nd* \-;. ln>l s-i Id i:-i.ii. Yn ... hen by notified and '• %  ipiii ed in l-l' Ni ..ii''I.i!' II nl lb : %  .. nils \i hiell vo'l ma> bll %  %  • %  %  late id t'Allli IIAF'KY .1 1 l.ii,. ..I Made County, Fli rldn, t" the unt> .iinlu. I l lade < "ount.v. and fib. the MIIII.Ill duplli al li.i.l.s notified thai a Bill ..i I'omplalnl for Mlvorce liiw Iteen filed iiunhiMi you, ami you nre required lo nerve a ."i". "i your Anmver or I'leailInn in ih. Hill ..i ("i.mpliilnt on th* l-iaiii'iii \ ney, TAMA.VtiKF, WAIJI.KII ,\ l.l'i'MAN, 1211 Mncoln Una.I. .Miami lU-ach 39, Florida ami file i he i-i 1 al An-" er oi I'leadiiia :n ih. ..i ibe i i. %  ; nl i he Cb %  %  ii %  a before the ath da> of street, Miami, rioi'ioa mieim? iar>, ""• Ii Mm fail In du i-". iater wild with the Clerk i iilnii'iil i'\ ilefaull ill be taken MRIiRXR lou, and you ur* re>|Ulril I uten, in their ofllcen In the County .. ....... ..i ...in' liistl.lill .'.initl.nii.H in lir.ll*. I'l.lltllV. i*'ll il'ji la. -I-..II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No 64C '2576 VI;. .\s. I'll, ,.-. AH Till STF.I-., IMaintlff, vs. ;> Mi .ii: 1 \i'K al MRILM 'A i xii|-s-ii(ii:s IN.. I i. fi'lldants NOTICE BY PUBLICATION %  SIvYMi ill: i.l.Ai'K K. si,i. II, i • known YOU AUK IIIKKl'V NOTIPIKTI thai %  .mpl.'iint I.cancellation of an atnndini sto %  ertlfli ute lias been | •'! against yu • %  the above fctyled The BtgcK lertKlente InvolveJ i>: %  -rt if• ate N\ • for 116.760 •hare* i common > ipital rtortc imn"-ii by MI-.'RAMA I-N'H' sl'KIi:s, INI'., and u-KlBtered in th.name "f SIAMt>UR I'OI.I.Vi K ..ii Hie .sink nansfir ledeer "i siiid MKRAMA IMHISTRJKS. INC., a l-'lorida C0T t'oration. Y-olI ARK 111-: I: I" i: Y UI^QI'IRIA' to Mur oriuinal answer or other 'iiadinac to 1'ljj:' tiff's eoinplnint ill %  offMe of Ih* in-ill nf 'he ('in nlt i "urt. Uade tvunl' CourthotuWi Ml"in, Florida, on -r before the 18th 'lay of Janiiar>. '"•" %  You are also I'MUired tn s.r.. a Copy Of ymir 'railing upon I'iaintiff's Attorney, I AC KSRMKI.U l'.iun S \V. Third Miiue, Miami. Florida, SS1I, If VPU %  il to ci.mplv herewith, a decree by i.-fault will Isentered attains! you f w the relief i. iu< -'. .1 n Plaintiff" 'inplaln' Dated at .Ni'.... ; Florida, this Srd i\ ..f I '., nil,,.'-.l r B. I.KATHFRMAN Cli :k in* the i ri'uit < 'ourl •al) II) •' i iiil'i:i.ANH Di i.-ik 12, U-18-23, 1. 1 ,,, ., i v ,. ., ..i.\ .ii your Anawi r m Fleodins i" inHill ••' Complaint on tin I'laiiniiiattorney, Irwin ti. -liri-ii.'. HI I I • %  •ml VVuy. Mi.urn. Florida and file ii..original Answer or I'l. adl.ia in ',! fflee of the Clerk "i tinCircuit ''.iii r before the .'•nl, iim ol .i.ii..i. % %  >. l!Mi.->. If you fall t.. .1.. so, In.lun %  in hj .1faull will be taken iiKainsi > % %  foi i he relb-l demanded in Hiill of Complaint. Tills in-" shall be pubiixlted once i, h H '. i.. foil %  i.nsi cutive in-hs in I'lli: JKW ISII l-'l.i'KII'l W ln.Ni: AND • iKDKUKU %  •! MlOlti |.|, rlda, II l-'lli du> "i I'ec. mber, \ |. i'...I i: n I.I. \ :'ii I.I:M \N i. [Co I i %  I |! K M l %  < M IX Clerk I'MRISTIK .'. I.K\ KXSTKIN rii % %  : %  \.i,. : m >s foi I'lai itifl H : I6HI 12 I' IIM THE COU.'NTY JUDv'.fc'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No GI047-C ix m: i %  • JRXKIXH K CoHKX I null NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE Ni ITU 'K i In I bj H %  ell 111.i' hnvi : lied ..in mal li' i" rl and IN ll: l-'mal Diana I M-.'IIIIM Of II" • Jenkins K 'olu n lb ceasi .1 ami that mi i he liili da} of Januur.i. ll'SS, 111 appl.i i" tlie i loii iralde i 'IHIIU.I ..i 11 ..I. i' i. I'll.i Ida, foi approval nf sal I Imal Report ami for disti IbuI ii .i i .i final .ii -. hn %  •:> aR.\e utors ..i the entail ol ihi --named ilei .,,1 da> "I I • %  II inli-i. ." I, A N X W IMHES i.i-:..-. K i'l .AN I.la i\ KAI'I.AN ,!,. %  Ill-ill I Hi lll-.V rt 1st S i-el 1 : lourthouse lo Ihide County. Florida within si\ calendar months from Liu iim."I the firal publication In not, .•Ithe -am, mil inbarred. Dated at Miami. Florldu, thla M!I .las ..I |i.-.-i'inli.-i. A.I'. I''l. MILDRKD ll.M'i'.Y As RxecutTlx l-'ii.-t publication "f this nol • on the nib da> "i i '••. • mi'i i. Ii'61. Simon, lla.is a i ii-undwei'K Attoi m> s li.i K\i i ntrix ini \iii-i. %  > i %  illuiiiK Miami, Hoi Ida 12 II -'•-: '. I l iaaiii*i >oti %  11"' ••! • i ib in;.n'li il in ilnHill .•• Complaint MATKI %  : liiini, Florida, tins 2nd %  In) "i I •• % %  •> -iiii..-r. A.I'. I'.'iii K. i: i.i:\'nii:i:.M.\N. 'li'ik, i 'ireuil i "iinrt. 'ade County, Florida I) lly: I.. SNRRDKX l 'eputy 'lerk Tullnnoff, Walii-i.I.itman I3U Lincoln Road Miami lleuch, Hoi i'l i Attorney for I'laintiff ClVcuil l of I 'ade I ountj. I'b'i i'l... in mis ii Kt i\'Ni:i: 12 11 -1 s 2 "•. 1 I IN THE COUNT Y JUDGES COURT IN AND FOH DADE COUNTY, I FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65283-A IN UK Rstuli nl ANN i< sii: wss |>, -as.-il. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Creditor) mi i VII IN ina i 'I.i mil %  m is \' i : Said |-Nlati • anil '• | %  .-il :• %  pres.-nl nil) clan and deI ...i inn) IIIIM IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THt ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO. 64C 13533 THE NEW YORK HANK IVK SAVIN';.-. Plaintiff., I vs. WlDliIAM .iii'i: fi'i.i.iNS. el us. 1 i,.l'.nilallts. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Willi.-ini Judo Collins and Shirley .1. Collins, ins wife, filO Circle Drive West Clileaito, lllini".Ynii are hereby notified thai he above uantloned action lias I.. stituted nualnsl you In the Circuit i 'i.urt of the Kleventh Judli al I r, nil i.l Florida in and for I' Iv t.i fiir.-.|..sa inniljailiUpon the follow Inn ib-t Ibed real pr i % %  %  I...1 II llloel, I "i siKKI'.A MIIUDA Sl'l'.l HVISII i.N. lu'i-ordlna t" the Plat thereof. 11 • ordi %  In I'lal :r, at I'am27 I-I the Public lb of n.i.i. Count). Ki"i Ida Ml Limited, inc. You are miulred I i fib n r. 12 I-I-'--.:, i I.I..I.I.H-tu plalntlfl inla.nt n %  til tile -lei k ol the ill NOTICF UNDER and servi II •••• Ihereof uiajti pi; FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IfTj tto,,.e, MARTIN KINK. 1 NuTlCiis HKRKH. .MVKX that ^fii'J'"^''''.'-^ lie umli-i --ii-I, deslrlns m cmtajte m NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NuTUK IS HKHKKY lilVK.N' that the underslRiied, desiring t.. cnRaKe In i.iisim > i.i the flctltlou* name of I'.IIIS i' \l Ml,I. \ I A.MI M -v.N \ .. DATED: December S. IK64 I" iid fll • Ii tl and P.' Hox N.t. d.aml Hench. F'la. -I3IM ,..,. |,i-:.\THKRMAN ',L; i.i .., •' I-'" said name with the Clerk of ihe Circuit C.i •,'..„. •!,. Ihe Clrcull Court ol Hade ..„,, Hy K M i.YMAN "' l '-" 1 '" >-. Klor' ;.",'',. ,.,,.,,,'vi'n ,i ""' %  u ill,in six ...I. nil..: inoiitlt* fi MARIt^ III I. IM-.N I IIAI. MARTIN FIXE ivlthin x %  II Ii mini inoiil us 1 Ih,turnnf tl ,.i ... thi -.mi i be laini il I... .i • Miami l is -Hi %  Ul) ol I •• • %  %  A I I'.Mil LESTRIt H ALEX VXDEII \ I A. U1..IFlral publl ithin of tills no the lllli da) "i' Di celliln I l.lai.N KAPI. \N ,.t Myers. Helman & Kaplan Attoi m> foi l A ni". i |..ii 8.VV. 1st sii • • I IS II--%  :%  l i \\\ itEICHKXTHAL • iwner .n.,,i, F, ,|, ral I : Wins lI-'!-'--Miami. Fl i NOTiCE UNDER Ficni ous NAME LAW \,,iiii; is in:i:i:i'-v .:iv EN Hint Die Ism 'i deelrlnit i sane In %  mie of MATADOR SHOE CO.MI'ANY. 1'ivislun of Caribbean si Corp. a' '-'•' %  < w sth street, Miami, Florida Intends i" i-i-ii'-i. i --'i'l name "'' the Clerk "i the 'in ull Court "t i '-•* %  '• %  i 'otllll I, lli'l iiia. CARIHIIEAN SHOE Ct>RP. a Xe York corporation authorised in do liii-in.-s in Florida Nicolas Stern. Prealdenl MARVIN I. WIENKR. FWQ. 913 Ainslev Bids-. Miami. I'la. Attorne) fur Carlblieon Shoe CorP ; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 13232 MICHAEL KAN1R 1'laintill, vs. JOYCK N. KAXIS. Defendant. ORDER TO APPEAR YOV JOYCE N. KAXIS, 1>2 Ablen Drive Woodbrldke, Vlrslnla. are re„„ii-eil I., serve •><* "our "" i„ ii„. complaint for divorce on I laintni attorney, t'laude M. barnee, nol Calumet Hi'lK Miami. 38, Fia.. and filthe orlslnal '" "" """'" "' .""' Clerk of Ihe Circuit Conn, ."> or_ liefore the ntb da) of Juiiimry. lSi "< :l i ,-.. %  I'.,. I'm.i. --" 'ii be entered nsalnsi you. I laled D "''" "'' I i' VTMERMAX Ciri lit l '-'I'' i !• ,-,,I-I:I..\NI. I., put) Cli rk 13 l-H-18-25 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCESY No. C4C 13774 VVOOIIRI 'W II S VI.M< iX, I'laintiff. \ -. u II. i. ii-: Lorisi: SAI.M. 'X, I i, l.n.l ml NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: VVIHIilK l.tillSE SAI.MI.N :,:'.; s. loth Avi nue Mount V'I i nun, N Yoi k ViilARE MEREHY notified that a Compluln' for Divorce lias been llied Attains! you, and you are hereb) required in serve a cop) .a your answer tn ih. Complain! on the Plalntlfl %  "I,am v, ARTHI U VV. KAMI.irk. whose address is K>9 N.W. l nli Street, Miami. Hor Ida. and file Ihi orlslnal nf the Answer in the "(fa I the clerk nf the Eleventh Judicial Circuit in and t"i Made County, Plorida, on nr before the 20th day of January, IM5, in default of which the Complaint iu be taken as oonfeased by you. DATED this 15th day of Decemoer, 1 4 E. IV l.KAO'HFJRMAN. Cljrk. Circuit Court, I'ade I'lniniy. F'lurlda '(seal) By: K. M. EY.MAX I leputy Clerk I, 1S/1S-3S. i '1-S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the umlersiKiu-il. d.-sirlns to engage in business under the fictitious name "i VMEU1CAN INSURANCE PRBMH M FINANCE PLAN at P.O. Hox ll, Miami, l-'la. i'.ni'U intends to register said name with the Clerk "I the Circuit Court l Hade Cnunty. Horldii. KI.AFEU INSl'RANCE AGENCY. INC.. i Ha. Corp. i'.MI. KWITNI.Y nf SlU.-rsli-iii K in" %  > S tiondlss Attoi i e) i"i Vpplimnl 120 l.in. H •-1-U-1S-2S IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 60M3-A ; I:I: CSTAI'I: nr UL I" il.l'll FELDSCHl'H NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE \i .: i civ.-n that we have filed final report ami pi i harge Exi ctltora .-•.,', ..I KCDOI.PH l'i:i.l'si %  111' 11 a ii: and thai on the i, du) "' .lanuary, l6". will apply to the llouorablr VV. I'. BI.ANTON" ,uml) i idge uf I >ade Count). HorId %  ol said final report II i• arse as l-.xi %  nf the Kstal III'I 'I.I'll FEI.DS' III II. i -• .1. This L'Ttl. du) of Novembi r. 981, SAMCEl, FF1LDSCHCH HENRY NORTON HRXRY XI IRTOX Attorne) for i !xi • utors 12 1-11-ls---'i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65063-B IX RE: Relate "i ANNA SCHW'ARTZMAN a k.'a ANNA II. Sl.HWAKTZ.MAN. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ti. All Uredltors and All Parsons Having Claims ni Demanda AKainst Said Estate! You are hereby notified and renuired t" pr.-ii.l any claims and demands which you may have against the estate fl ANNA BCHWARJZMAN a k/a ANNA H. SCHWART7.MAX deceased late oi Dade county. Florida. 1 'be County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in duplicate and as provided it> Section 721.16, Florida Slallltes, ill their nfflees ill the Count) Courthouse i Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months ii..m th '. 1 IN THE COUNTY JUDUES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 63032 A IX RE: Rstate nl VI'Gl'ST VVREI 'FI Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE .Ni iTU'l-: i•!') glvell i li.x, filed Final He 'I and i'l I for Distribution and F'lnul Dlsi al-A.ii,'-.. .I Ihe estati of Vl'Cil'SV \\ I:I:I 'i:. .1.. • .-• 1 and thai on the sih da) nf .lanuiii ii"' III I., ih, Honm ibl 1' .ludgi 1 ...ii, 1 'nunt) I %  .al nf said Final Report ind for distribution nn( | final dl-elmrge .1Executoi "i ih,. ,-iai ol Iln .' : '" %  named il %  lent. This Tin a) "f Dec. inbel KCRT w 1:1.1.ix'll Kxeelltu • %  Estate "I AlillSI" VV'RKDE, 1 '< %  • a.-.-ii. KCRT V\ El.I.IS. II Attoi ney l ti 7 Almerla Vve. Coral Gables, Hoi Ida IS It-I*, jr.. 1 1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65219B IN RE! Estate ol JESS A. l'i'TAU. 1 le.-easi'il. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims <-r Demands Attains! Bald Estate: Vim are hereby n.-tlfieii ami required to present any pUtlms and demands which you ma) have against Ihe .-slat,' of JESS \. POTAR, deceased late "i Dade County. Plorida, to the County Judge* of Dade Conntv. ami file the sain,in duplicate and as provided In fcVcllon 733.16, Hnrlda Statutes, it. their offices In the Coun• l-lorlfla, v\ it lltll six .alellilar monins • >iaiiues, in 1H--II "IMI.-S 11. me %  %  ......'.in the tints ol the first publication't) C t house In Dane County, Flor,!•,-..f I-the same will be barred. Ida, within six calendar months from ii-ii.-il at Miami, Florida, tins 80th the time of ih. flrsi publication hi ... ... i„.'i ,.r .... il,,. kiumA vill 1... II'III,.! dtiv nl Novell % %  r, A.D. 1M4. DAVID IIEIN As Executor c ,.; ..j this notice "" the II., ,I;I, %  I lei %  mber, 1961 IRVING %  1 FEN LAW i.l KICKS Attorne) for I Ixei utor i>11 lii.x • %  Miami lleach, Fla, 12 I-11-1S-25 .if. intinsame will !•• %  liair.'I. li.iiiil ai Mlnml, Florida, this all nu) ,.r Decembei V.l>. 1961 I'll VRI.ES FRITZ As Administrator > '.T.A. An.ii..\ lie, Sill er & Vltoi lie) s foi Vdm. C.T.A % % % %  T Alusli i I'LL: M uml, Kill. 12,11-18-1 I



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Page 8-B *t lewist) Hcrk/ian CeCe WOMAN OF THE WEEK CeCe Alexander, now Mrs Milton Weiss, came to Miami Beach from New York in 1932. On the famous 14th St. Beach, she used to watch her husband-to-be in .. Imiration as he would pick up a big fellow and toss him over his shoulder with one hand. Not only was Milton a captivating lifeguard; he was a member of the wrestling team at the University of Miami, as well. As a senior in law school. Milton didn't even ask CeCe for a date until she reached the manic aye of 18. Graduating from the University of Miami with an AB degree. CeCe taught for three years until they were married. Since Milton was on the School Board, that ended her teaching career. It also ended her summertime modeling jobs, except for benefit affairs. It was easy for CeCe to go from the teacher's point of view to the parents' side of the picture Two daughters. Alexa and Kay. now Mrs. Neil Harris, whose husband is an industrial designer in Philadelphia. were her entrance ticket into Uninteresting soul-satisfying, sometimes harrowing world <>i PTA. It was a "natural'' for her to be active ui school leadership circles. She was president of Morth Beach Parent Teachers Association and on the Dade i ountj Council Board Currently. CeCe is vice president of the Florida State i ongress of PTA. Education i children fascinates her, and she ion the Committee on Education CeCe has done and is doing man} jobs in her community, but always working for and with children has a deep emoti< i i] appeal to her. What she like., best iread oi Recording for the Blind, Inc. Tin %  offices : this orgai Iza ion in the U.S., with one right at our own i ive -sity i I Miami. This year. CeCe bought a ear with four doors, so it %  n'-' be i! her to taki her mo | mothi i %  iaunts. She feels thai il is a pre.. inspiral r to have two >u< h wonderful women in \ %  : she admits with a little giggle that M is absolutely lord and master of the family, lie is cut rentlj serving as president oi Miami Beach Ft leral Sa\ and Loan A sociation. Mr and Mrs Weiss like to have fl n to talk and dine, but every once in a while they gel o>er to their pri vat< Shangri-la, Abaca Island in the Bahamas, which they own with another couple, in a primitive existence, they find a complete change of pace that is completely relaxing Fishing on their own island, as well as back in Miami, is one of their hobbies When Milton has to make business trips, his pretty blonde wife goes along. With her keen interest in everything new and her endearing enthusiasm, that is exactly what is meant by combining business and pleasure. NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI Miss Epstein Weds Physician A reception and dinner at the Deauvflle Hotel followed the wedding there of Sheila Bonnie Epstein and Dr. Marvin M. Silverberg on Saturday. Dec. 19. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. of Beth Torah Congregation, officiated at the 7 o'clock rites. Parents of the newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs Martin Epstein. 1240 NE 152nd St., and Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Silverberg. 1841 SW 9th St, For the ceremony, the bride wore a floor-length Aline gown of v hite lace ,:nd peau de soie and the bridegroom's gift of pearls. Her bouquet was made up of white roses and orchids, Joan Carol Epstein, the bride's 13 year-old rister, Barrie Sue Massarsky and Karen Lcfkowitz were attendants. The bridegroom's brother. J. Silbcrg. served as his best man. Dr. C. B. Mutter and Fred Silber ushered. Newlywed Mrs. Silverberg is a graduate of North Miami High and the University of Miami, where she earned a BA degree in educat tion. She is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority and has been teaching second grade at Greynolds Elementary School. A graduate of Miami Beach High. Dr. Silverberg has a BS degree from the University of Miami | west Miami. Miss Kase Weds Robert Jay Light At Doral Beach In a double ring candlelight cer cmonj on %undaj noun. Dec. 20. at the Doral Beach Hotel, Miss Suan Kase, da ighter ol Mr, and v Iluwell G Kase, 3280 Chase ive Beach, became the briue ol Robed Jaj Light, son ol Mr and Sol P Light, "i New York Citj Rabbi Joseph Narol offici ted. De< the wedding was carried out in yellow and white. Best n n was !> %  • Jerome Light, ol New Y( rk City, I shers were William Kase, brother of the bride, and Sti "hen Forman, of Portland. Ore.. id cousin o| the bride. Maid of honor was Miss Elaine Rochlin, of Minneapolis, Minn.. %  usin of the bride, and bridesmaid was MlSI Sherry Light, sister of the groom. The bride wore a traditional wedding gown of white organza over satin covered by alencon lace. The gown featured a scooped neckline. short sleeves, fitted bodice and Empire line. The attached train extended into chapel length. Her French illusion veil fell from a headpiece o f hand-embroidered alencon lace. The strand of pearls worn by the bride was a gift from her father en her engagement. She carried two white orchids and .-tephanotis on her confirmation Bible The bride is a graduate of Mill i Beach Senior High School and attended th< University ol Miami. Mr Light ia graduate of Brook. W'erner-Kahti MM. MARVIN SILVlRBtKG and an MD from the UM School Of Medicine. His fraternities are Beta Beta Beta and Phi Delta Epsilon. Followins; a honeymoon in Jamaica, the couple will live in South. Art) MRS. ROBIRT LIGHT l\n College School of Engineering and served in the Armed Forces in Korea. He is a member of Stanley Furniture Co.. of New York. A reception and formal seated luncheon followed at the Doral Bi a< h Hotel. TVcouple are spending their in neymoon in the Virgin Islands Plld will make their homo at 301 '< t 64 h Si \. A York City. Friday, D ecember 25, Shapiro, Kaiser Betrothal Told Wde-leet's betrothalTgi! nounced by her parents v g Mrs. A. Seotty Snap !" ; 0 Banyan Rd.. Keystone pLA The groom-to-be is the Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kaiser '?J Lronx, N.Y. to •Miss Shapiro is a „ r (i „ North Miami High Lfifgj employed as a dental assist^ New York City. '' Mr. Kaiser is a graduate ft*. York University, with a | r in industrial engineering now studying for Mast. L giee. alto at NYl d Sperlings Revesl Daughter's Troth The eng.,,,.,.,eno| their (had ter, Frances Elaine, is !,. nounced by Mr. and Mrs .v,;„., Sperling, of 910 Valnera Ave CM al Gables. The groom-to-be > Sidney Kilt, erman. He is the son of y r and Mrs. Samuel Kaiserman, of Mattj. j pan. Mass. Miss Sperling is ., graduate of Chandler's in Boston Mr. Kaiser* man graduated from Eastern I nois State College Pioneers Plan Meetings Here A regular meeting of Pioneer Women, Club I, will take pit Thursday, Jan : : m., at Washington Federal \\ %  %  V.e. Mrs .loih K will honor 'Iron th %  er *hday. Scl Pii neer Won i ny years, local can-. -. ..eli ives. rtday si ;' ed b> (hi il%  tee. Mrs. Fre IS mall i • I part) .. i Tui sda> home. 1201 >\\ The nexl I Kadimah is scheduled I 7 30 p.in in tin ol Coral Gables Ponoa de l.eon Bl< il. Fo ing the business meeting, ihi social hour will feature a ganu ht. Symposium HeJd At Ner Tamid %  What Makes i od Jew" tintopic for tin second of the series of symposit n • held at Tentpie Ner Tamid. 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Page 10-B tJenlsti firrkfl&n Friday, December 25, 1964 • itltf 'i~Sft2Lf *1 f ^"int ,. iJ^MUl B %  UPS > W v 1 £ A % % %  *. W .*!. mm 5 N* 1/ wfc-V ^^. ^^ .^Bfj^ Some 600 persons greeted Farband President Samuel Bonchek at a function recently at the DiLido Hotel. Standing (left to right) are Arthur Teichner, Sam Galfund. Dr. Simon Wilensky. Michl Gibson, Harry Sacks, Abraham Filisof, Harry Chaet. Sender Wolson, Oscar Shapiro, Isaac Donen. Bernard Furman. William Beckwith, Morris Denmark and Moshe Berman. Sea'ed are Dr. Isaac Unterman, Morris Honigbaum, Mauel Burstein. Irving Sachs, Moe Levme, Joseph P. Zuckerman, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bonchek and Samuel Pamess. Moshe Levme, president of Chaim Weizmann Branch, opened the meeting. Joseph Zuckerman. Farband representative. wa chairman of the evening. Morris Honigbaum greeted guests in the name of Bialik Branch. Manuel Burstein, president nf Ben-Gurion Branch, and Samuel Galfund. of David Bliss Branch, also presented greetinas. Entertainment was by Michl Gibson, formerly of *he Yiddish Art Theatre, and Ben Yomen. director of Miami Community Singers. Esther Barrett was at the piano. Spinoza Forum Meeting Here Spinoza Forum for Adult Education meets Thursday mornings, 10 to 12 noon, in the auditorium ot Washington Federal. 1234 Wash ington Ave. This Thursday morning. Dr. Abraham Wolf.son was to speak on "Yehuda llalevi." Jew ish national poet. "Moses Ifaimonldes" will be the topic for the following Thursday. H. E. Kaden is chairman. The Spino/.a Study Class, under the direction of Meyer Chariff. meets Fridays, 2 to 5 p.m., in the Community room of Miami Beach Federal. Mandler Will Be Honored Here Rabbi Leon Kronish. president ol the South Florida Council. American Jewish Congress, announces that Bernard s. Mandler, president of Ihe Metropolitan Chapter : the American Jewish Coness, "ill be honored at a community-wide tribute meeting Satlay, Jan. 9, 8 p.m., at the Ever. ades Hotel. .Mandler. who is a graduate of the Universitj of Miami Law School, is being recognized "for Jiiwork on behalf ol civil rights and civil liberties as South Florida < nawman of the Commission on law and Social Actions, the arm oi the American Jewish Congress that takes, test cases to court, prepares draft legislation and seeks to mobilize < (immunity support in tne defense of civil rights and civil liberties and the fight against religious and racial discrimination." Guest speaker will be Leo Pfefier, general counsel American Jewish Congress, and former national chairman of the Commission on Law and Social Actions for American Jewish Congress. Educator Speaks To Zionist Club LouiSchwerttman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami, and a member ol the Executive Com-, mittee of the National Association for Jewish Education, was guest speaker at the weekly meeting of \ u c Luncheon Club sponsored by the Miami Beach District of the Zionist Organization of America. ..noiding to Jacob C Fishman. chairman. The luncheon took place on Wednesday. 12:15 p.m., at the Ritz Ha/a Hotel. Dr Abraham Wolf-on reviewed the current news, and community singing waalso planned. FOUNTAIN DESK PEN $17 • For writing comfort and efficiency • Pull ehoii: % %  of point % styles • Perfect for home > or office ASK FOR No. 112 BARNETT'S OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT 228 N.E. 59th STREET-Miami 1608 WASHINGTON AVE.-M B. 134 N.E. 1st STREET-Miami 272 VAUNCIA-Corol Gables Ph. PL 4-3457 BERNARD MANDllR Science Students To be Hosted Temple Fmanu-Kl will host 135 out of-town honor science students from -i:> high schools during their visit to this area for a science ((invention ;n Miami and Miami Beach. For the second year, Temple narui-Fl will hold a dance in in their honor on Wednesday evening at the North Branch l>i ilding. M inbcr.s of the senior United Synagogue Youth Chapter o! the Temple will be official hosts and hostesses, Hiss Trudy Sigal, president, announced. Chairman tor the evening's ac tivities is Miss Lynn Newman, As a highlight of the evening. Miami Beach Mayor Melvin J. Richard will present keys to the city to the visiting students. Beachite Attends Youth Confab Sholom Strajeher, of 3047 Prairie Ave.. is one of 40 teen-agers from throughout the United States selected to attend a three-day conference of the National Conference oi Synagogue Youth, teen-age youth movement of the I'nion of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America The mid-winter conference, to be held this weekend at the Mousey Park Hotel. Monsey, \ Y will brintogether members of the NCSY National Executive Board and presidents of the 18 NCSY regions located in the United States and Canada, Strajeher, national chairman of the Ben Zakki Alumni and immediate pa-t NCSY national presi dent, is a graduate of the Mesivta of Greater Miami. He Is present!) attending Yeslnva University In New York City. Strajeher was honored for his two-year term of office when he was awarded the organization's highest tribute, the NCSY Nation nl Standards Certificate of Leader ship. Austin Burke Speaks The University of M, dn „, of Delta Sigma P,. hono^t ness fraternity, held it 2 rimner meeting here with £ Burke as a *ues. speaker £ who once lectured regularly S L'M on salesmanship, ha. hW honorary member of the ..T**\ for the past five vcar lWt Bilu in Opening Cruises Here More than 250 persons fa. „ t.cpated in two biaugUM Z^ jore of the M V Bilu nR l The Bilu. new Israel, *h „ cling as part of the Sw„ \Sl Lines, made the voyages 0 Free port and Lucaya. Participating were leading red •esentatives of the press travel agencies in the Great* Miinn area. -u Fred K. Shochet. pubLsher of • he Jewish Floridian. \.; 0 mii A Ihe Sunday voyage, declared that "the Bilu is a beautiful ship Thed 'rip was delightful. The Bilu\ faJ clitic, arc unique and hlghlj ,-. ioyable." The Bilu Is owned by vimerfin Passenger Lines ol Geneva, Swfu.| %  Iland, and is operated l Swi-sl Cruise Lines ol Florida Bronfmans are Cited By Special Repor NKW YORK—i harles R. Brnnf-I man. president of the House of he House ol s. agr, ms Ltd., of Canada, and Edgar \i Brinfman, president of Joseph K Seagrams) & Sons. Inc. ISA., received special citations from the Amen] can-Israel Chamber of Commerce and Industry at a members' luncheon recently at 'he Americana Hotel here. Your Accountant is a specialist ...and so is Dade Federal Do you have just a little trouble knowing where your money goes? Then think of the talent needed to keep track of income and out-go ir. a business, and you will realize the tremendous need for accountants.They are specialists in setting up and maintaining the books and recordB Of every company, large and small. Accountants often supply figures that guide management decisions, help oompanies avoid financial problems and show directions for greater profitability. Ths business world depends on the very specialized talents of ths Accountant. 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Mdoy. December 25, 1964 +Jenlst fkrUHan Paqe 11-B Lecdore of Temple Beth Sholom played host to scr.r 200 new members of the conqreqation at c party m the Temple Auditorium recently. Left to riqht are Mrs. E'hel Shapiro, financed secretary of Sisterhood; James Knopke -ice president of Brotherhood; Jack M. Fink vice president of *he Temple, Eli Katzin, general secretary of the Temple; Mrs. Harold Granoff, chairman of hospitality of Sisterhood; Dr. Meyer Eaqnatz, board member of the Temple; Mrs. James Knop'xe, rscordinq secretary of Sisterhood; Rabbi Ieon Kionish. spiritual leader of the conqreqation; Mrs. Jack Shapiro, member of the board of Sisterhood; and Jack Shapiro, president of the Brotherhood. At the Kneseth Israel banquet are seated (left to right) Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein. Mrs. Samuel Lerner, Mrs. Abraham Seif, Mrs. Joseph Nadler, Mrs. Daniel Lehrfield, Mrs. Louis Dublin, Philip Weiss. Standina (left to riqhO are Samuel Lerner, Cantor Abraham Seif, Joseph Nadler. Rabbi David Lehrfield, Louis Dublin, Milton Kahn, and David Eisenstein. Kneseth Israel Welcomes Rabbi %  th Israel Conregation tendered Rabbi and Mrs. David LehrHeld, recently returned from Is rael. a welcome home banquet at the Victor Hotel catered by the Hungarian Restaurant. Attending the banquet were %  •MM 300 members and friends of i ibl i Lehrfield. (Sreeting him were Louis Dublin, president of the congregation; Mrs. l H Eisenstein, president ol the Sisterhood; Jo-eph Nadler. vice president and chairman of the eveDavid Eisenstein, co-chairinn man of the affair and chairman of the Board of Trustees; Sol Haslun. national representative of the Heligious Zionists of America; Jacob Sachs, education director of the Religious School of Kneseth Israel; Attend services tfiis ween at your own pface of worship and Philip Weiss, vice president of the synagogue and cat< rer ol the affair. Mrs Lehrfield thanked the gathering lor its affection Rabbi Lehrfield gave a brief report on Israe' and presented a Kiddush cup from Israel to the congregation Serving on the committee were Milton Kahn. treasurer, and Samuel Lerner, vice president. A musical program was arranged and offered by Cantor Abraham Sell Of Kneseth Israel Tropical Race First in Series Saturday's $10,000 added James II. Bright Memorial Handicap will, he the first of a series of stakes races to ge televised over a national network through much ot the Florida season. Sports Network. Inc.. is producing the shows, and Tommy Roberts will provide the color and behind the scenes features and interviews. Track announcer Chuck Bang will describe the running of a 11 programs emanating from {Topical Park. Taxpayers Elect Wolff President Of Seech Group !!eiuy~T: Wolff, pr< -idem nlThe E Wolit Realtors and Mortgage Bankers Co., was elected president of Miami Beach Tax"i Association at the group's meet in • m I hur day, Dec 10. He succeeds Paul L. Hexter. Serving with him will be Saul Seiderman, executive vice president; lien Bhttle Jr., David Fenton, Col. Carl It. Shaw, Myron II. Willison. vice presidents; Sara Dee Berkowitz. secretary; Paul M. Marko Jr., treasurer. Holdover trustees are .lack A. Abbott, George .1. Bertman. Jerome (i. Greene, Bitter Levison, E. Albert Pallot, Dr. Kurt Peiser, Robert A. Peterson. Simon E. Ru! bin, Frank Smat'iers Jr.. all past 1 presidents. Mrs. Leslie Buswell, Radford Crane, John B. Denvir. Jr.. Samuel Friedland, Dr. Leonard II. .iacob-on. Louis Michaels. Max Orovitz. Mrs, Rose Weiss, Col. Mitchell Wo'ifson. New trustees are Paul L. Hexter. Parks .tusk. Mrs. Howard P. Cummings. Directors for 1065-66 are MisSara Dee Berkowitz. David (' %  Berry. Harry Krlanger. William Farr. Sam A. Goldstein, Dr. Jack A. Greenhouse, Jacob C. Lefkowitz, Arnold Levien. Paul M. Marko Jr.. Mrs. Richard Merrill. Paul Seiderman. Samuel L. Seltzer. Milton Sirkin. Charles H. Whitebrook, Mrs. John B. Wofford. Henry E. 1 Wolff. Holdover directors not subject i to reelection are Ben Battle Jr., Bob Bezark. C. L. Clements Jr.. ; Dennis P. Clum. Ted E. Cohen, I I David Fenton, Nathan Gumenick, | G. Willard Home. Sam F. Knowles. i I William T. Kruglak II. Mrs. Frank II. Morse. Godfrey Perell. Jack S. I I'opick, Marcus Sarokin. Col. Carl; I! Shaw. Myron II. Willison. Paul' ('. Wimbish. Leonard A. Young Jr. Nominating Committee members were Simon Rubin, chairman. Da%  vid Fenton. Kitter Levinson. Col. i 11 I!. Shaw, Myron II. Willison. Wolff was born in Louisiana and later moved to Alabama, where be attended Ihe University of Alabama. He came to Miami Beach In 1934 A former member of the nation| al board >>i the National Federa tion ol Temple Brotherhoods, he is a pasl p sident of Temple Israel of Greater Miami He served on the board of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. HENRV i. WOlff Board of Trustees of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, and Citizens Advisory Committee of Mount Sinai Hospital. He is a past president of the Miami Beach Exchange Club. Mortgage Bankers" Association of Greater Miami, and is secretary of the Standard Club of Greater Miami. He is a member of Government Research Council. Chamber of Commerce. National Association of Real Estate Boards, and former chairman of City of Miami Beach Personnel Board. Married to the former Zelma Schonwald, of Oklahoma City, the Wolffs have two children, Carol and Henry Jr.. and live at 5077 No. Bay Rd. Opera Tickets At Burdine's Opera Guild of Greater Miami will open a ticket booth at Burdine's downtown department store on Monday. The ticket booth will be located on the fourth floor bridge. Operas to be presented this season in c lucl e "Otello." starring i nes McCracken and Phyllis Curtin, in January; "Lucia di Lammermour." with Joan Sutherland in the title role, to be heard in February; and "The Marriage of Pigaro," to he sung in English, in March. HI 8-4994 Wken the •ccoiin ari*l, *hon ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON SJSSSSfUN HIGHLAND "^V. MURRAY AZ NEWTON FR 35581 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Welcome to the Old Forqe Restaurant on Miami Beach is extended to guest Sol Goldworm. 1500 Bay Rd., former owner of the Arthur Godfrey Rd. dining spot, by Marty Berger (left), the new owner. Berger has started a new Gourme*. Buffet dining policy at the Old Forge, served daily from 5 to 10 p.m. Dr. Lehrman To Give Paper Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-KI. has been invited by Dr. Louis Finkelstein. chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, to participate in the third annual conference of the Herbert H. Lehman Institute of Ethics, which will be held at the Seminary on Monday and Tuesday in New York. Rabbi Lehrman will present a paper at the Monday evening dinner session of the conference, exploring the role of the rabbi as it relates to hicongregants, his colleagues, his family and his community. The conference will be attended by members of the Rabbinical Assembly of America, representing u|| narts of ih<•" &f %  WKAT-FM FROM TO BRAHMS BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerts! WKAT-FM



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day, December 25. 1964 +Jenisti Fkridian Paqe 5-£ LETTERS TO THE EDITOR \hocked at Columnist's Conclusions niTOR. The Jewish Flofldlan: | imunicating with you 1 ., liona | chairman of the B'nai %  v %  ''i Commisaton, which T |k( policy-making body for the Ii.j'i B'lith Youth Organization. Bhave before me a copy of the iliimn which Leo Mindlin preU,t for the Nov. 20 Issue of The [,j.| ; pioridian. l am shocked by unwarranted and distorted hclusions which he reached in Ljnl tn plans for the relocation [the District S BBYO Office. Deiions :i to the location of Distil ."> BBYO offices are made by K c ials ol the B'nai B'rith Youth tmmission and no other body or Arsons I id he checked with me I mal director, we would live given him the facts regarding ir desire t<> relocate our District ffice. There are two BBYO offices in Iv ,-.,-ii — a Greater Miami Regional Office and a District 5 Of1'ice. The obvious purpose of the %  •': r-r is to serve the 29 BBYO %  (hjptcrs in Greater Miami. The %  district office, which is financed Iby the entire district, exists for [the purpose of serving the entire (district, which extends from Maryland down to Florida. The dehiafVd for the relocation of the district office to a central location has been made for man> year-. In January, 1963, our national director informed all concerned that the office would be relocated as soon as the required funds become available. The Board oi Governors of B'nai Brith District Grand Lodge No. 5 has voted to provide the funds. The matter will be reviewed by the Executive Committee of the Youth Commission in mid-December, and, if that committee approves the plans, the office will be moved on Sept. 1. In District 5. there are regional BBYO -Offices for Baltimore. Greater Washington and Virginia, Atlanta, and Greater Miami. There aie 44 BBYO croups in North Carolina, South Carolina, the smaller communities of Georgia, and upstate Florida which are not attached to any regional office. jlhese croups are served directly hy the district director. We believe that these groups will be served more effectively if the man who is t > serve them is stationed in closer proximity to them. One of the duties of the district director is the supervision of the regional directors in Baltimore, Washington, Atlanta, and Miami. Mid Convention In Washington [Four delegates will represent [hi Southeast Region in Washingfr D.C., from Dec. 31 to Jan. 3 the fifth international convenI oi At id. college age organiza%  jo.. United Synagogue of Amera Rabbi Allen Kutchik. director of Iho Southeast r.egion. announced hat the delegates are Marshall IsltucA, member of the Atid Inonal Executive Board; ThcSchoi iberg, president of the loth Torah Atid Chapter; Justin of Beth Torah; and ss R ichel Fitterman. affiliate Ulai la, Ga. • Region now has three ed ch ipters located at the %  Miami, Dade Junior I the first synagogue. .t Beth Torah Congre.1.1are in the making '.o be organized in the lure at Temple Emanu-EI Vhavath Achim Congre' i anta, Ga Convention headquarters in Washington will be the Willard Hotel. Convention theme is "Observe and Remember the Sabbath to Sanctity It."' Among the resident staff will be Dr. Morton Sicgel, director of Jewish Education of the United Synagogue of America, who has just completed 14 years of service as director of Youth Activities. The Staff will be available for individual discussion throughout the convention. Seymour Mann is president ol the Southeast Region. United Synagogue of America. We believe that he can supervise them more effectively and better handle emergency situations in various parti of the district from •i central location than from the southern tip. The trend in B'nai Brith is toward better coordination of the various activities of the organization, which have grown so rapidly since the end of the war. To this end. we have consolidated the national offices of all but one B'nai B'rith agency in a single building in Washington. More recently, we have consolidated all B'nai B'rith activities in New York, both national and local, in a single building. We feel that it is desirable for the District ." BBYO office to be located near the district office of the parent body. Contrary to what Mr. Mindlin has indicated, this is not the wish of the individuals whom he cited in his article. It is our own desire, based on our experiences in various parts of the country. You may or may not agree that these reasons for the relocation oi the BBYO District office arc valid. However, this is for the B'nai B'rith Youth Commission to judge. As for service in Greater Miami, you may be sure that, while we must be concerned for the welfare of B'nai B'rith youth in the entire district, the young people in Great] er Miami arc as dear to us as any %  other. We now have an average of one foil-time professional worker for every 36 groups in North America. The BBYO chapters in Greater Miami will receive service of no less a quality and hopefully more. 1 trust that you will publish this letter so that your readers will know who imaking the decisions in this matter and why. DAVID M BLUMBERG, B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, Washington, D.C. T3I\C BANK FOR YOU... 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.-Page 12-A *J+Histncridian Friday. December £5 Dr. Kaplan, at 90, Looks Back on Long Career Continued from Page 10-A to wualizc life without the auto. t< -lirfE of kf plant's \.1 young student, Jacob H. Kaplan chose the ministry in Rein Judaism for his lift -ort At the turn of the century, bitter ess as rife between the then two branches ol American Judaism Orthodoxy charged the Reformers with secularizing Jewish life, with undermining the aaeold foundations of Judaism, with transforming the synagogue into a church with Protestant overtones Suspicion and Hostility Reformers countered by accusing the Orthodox ol carrying medieval obscurantism over into an enlightened age, of rigidly adhering to the letter and by-passing the spiritual and the ethical that inheres in the Torah. Like in most secess ons from established authority, the quarrel often bccami violent and even acrimoni Israel seemed to be drifting h to opposite camps, each regardh the other with suspicion and hostility. Vet Rabbi Kaplan never allowed himself to be drawn into pari -.in feuds. A rational, convinced and dedicated rabbi in the Re form winy, he nevertheless venerated the old Oithodox matron, who had preserved her children fiom disintegration for two millenia under such persecution as befell no ot'ier ptople throughout recorded history. The rabbi maintained friendshipwith his opponent* in theology and com%  anded respect in the Orthodox eircles ol all cities in which he held a Reform pulpit. All this does not mean that ''i Kaplan was merely a I ilen) conformist, who never ASK FOR No. 112 BARNETTS OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT ??S N.I. *9th 5 T R*ET-Micmi 1608 WASHINGTON AVE.-M B. 134 N.E. 1st STRHT-MlHri 272 VALENCIA--Coral Cobles Ph. PI 4-3457 stepped into the controversial arena. Far from it He could lake a position on the unpopular iioM and withstand the barband darts of bitter discord. His cspousal ol Zionism was eloquent testimony that proved him a man ol conviction, indifferent to criticism of del.-.on. Relic of Barbarism As bitter as the Reform -Orthodox dispute was. the controversy over the Zionist movement was even more rancorous The majority of Ea>t European extraction favored a Jewish state as a haven for the persecuted in Middle and Eastern Europe and other benighted lands. The Reformers, longer integrated in the American environment, dismissed the Zionist idea as uneccss.try: they argued that anti-Semitism. a relic of barbarianism. was on the wane and would soon disappear. The rise of Hitler and Nazism proved how wrong they were. It is to the credit of Dr. Kaplan that he swam against the tide when he favored the Zionist cause. The vast majority of his colleagues in the Reform ministry were strongly anti-Zionist. Yet he. one of a handful of Reformists, opened his pulpit in Cincinnati, the Reform citadel of Zionist opposition, to speakers on Zionism. One Friday evening, he introduced from his pulpit the famous peoples' lawyer. Louis D. Brandeis. to lecture on Zionism Rabbi Kaplan ignored the objections of his influential trustees. The following year. Woodrow Wilson nominated Branded tu the I'.S. Supreme Court. After graduating from the Hebrew Union College. Jacob H. Kaplan held pulpits in Albuquerque. N.Mex : Selma. Ala.: Terre Haute Ind.: and in the Reading Road Temple of Cincinnati. In Selma. he published Kaplan's Magazine, and in Albuquerque he issued, in connection with a Christian minister. "The Barbarian," the only instance of a joint publication by a Rabbi and a Christian. After receiving his PhD from the Denver University. Dr. Kaplan wrote "The PsycholOg) of Religion." a thesis on the prophetic mind as manifested by the ancient Hebrew prophets. This study received the endorsement of noted scholars such as Prof. D. E. Phillips, of the University of Denver. Dr. G. Stanley Hall, president of "American Journal of Religious Education." and Dr. William Rainey Harper, president of the University of Chicago A Modest Aim In the early 1920s, the Miami Jewish community was small and the Conservative synagogue. Beth David fully served its religious needs. On May 18. 1922. a group, which desired the Reform service, seceded and formed Temple Israel. The trustees envisioned a small synagogue and purchased a lot 100 by 150 ft., on NE 13th St.. near Biscayne Bay. and hoped to realize somehow their modest aim. Soon the Miami boom began to spiral, and the Phipps Estate purchased the lot for S215.000. a fantastic figure even for that bizarre period. This lot is now Biscayne Blvd., fronting Sears Roebuck, and has been traveled on by millions of auto riders. The boom tripled the Miami population, and the Jewish community grew likewise. With the proceeds of the sale and the increased membership, the trustees planned to build the splendid edifice that is now Temple Israel. The next problem involved the selection of a rabbi to serve a heterogeneous congregation of newcomers hailing from the length and breadth of the land. Many bed Orthodox or fionservative % WAgr*MrS'*rne wer? ardent Zionists others had a Reform tradition that went back several generations A committee traveled to Cincinnati, the center ot Reform Judaism, for advice and guidance as to the choice of a rabbi. With a full understanding of the problems involved, the president and faculty of the Hebrew Union College recommended Rabbi Kaplan lor Temple Israel, which was as yet only a blueprint. Hurricane Damage Rabbi Kaplan officiated at his first High Holiday service in Miami at the Central High School. now the U.S. Post Office. On Yom Kippur. past midnight, the worst hurricane in the memory of Floridians struck on Sept 18. 1926, and caused the loss of many lives, besides great prop city damage. The ruin and destruction impoverished numerous residents causing them to seek food and shelter. Relict money poured in from many states, am the local charities were strained to their limits. Rabbi Kaplan was able to induce his trustees to allocate $1,000 for the hurricane sufferers out of the earmarked fund for building the temple. On Feb. 17. 1928. Dr. Kaplan dedicated the newly completed Temple that now stands at 137 NE 19th St For a generation, he fulfilled all expectations to such a degree that on May 9. 1931. he was elected for life. He preserved cordial relations with the Orthodox and Conservative synagogues and maintained numerous friendships among varied groups of Christians and Jews. He lectured on philosophy at the University ol Miami and completed another book. "Sparks from a Mental Ami sums up the thought ence. and philosophy time. The recipient honors, he was presii Rabbinical Associatii Miami and also of the >. of Rabbis of the*Stall Many More Birt: Always universally respected, he Rives i"---""-' when on • "-'-r normjts. : • the pulpit and offers benediction on tin ..,.. \J.I uec. ~o. IIIand admirers ill P Israel to celebrate his P day. Everyone pn hopes to wish the vi Jacob II. Kaplan ihappy birthdays. 1964 tfhiihl wptrbj • a h[ f .l many "I the %  >ciatjon| ,| jys '•'i and I thrill of %  ascends b serv-1 Temple 'h birthfervently ible Dr. mure $JTT50 17 P; I BEN'S RENTALS \ % 1451 W. FIAGUR F 3-0326 J PIANO LESSONS 5 I • j J Your home or 731-41*1 5' i'udio. 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?jge 8-A vJewistFkrkfian Friday. December 25. k Cohen Elected President Miami Sports Car Chil, Miami contractor Stanley Cohen Cohen is president and ban been ok .ten president oj the oi SAC" Construction CORIMM >r 1ft CO-OKT, Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion i You'll find complete facilities to exactly sotisfy your needs in the Kis-net, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Ruboiyat Rooms, be it fof 0 wedding or a priva'e partyl Temple Menorah Religious School students vho repeated their performance in Marionette Mutiny" recently at Scott Willinyer. Jeffrey Laib.on. Judy Sussman. Alcn E''. Steven Lelchuk, Kent Robbins, Idalyn Finkel. Arthur Davidson, Sharon Steckler. Debra A'.per. Janet Kratzer. Snnford King and Andrew Rubel. Menorah Players Perform on Beach CANTOR SAUL BJrHH Cantor Breeh Will Star in Concert Hj Posnei. chairman of the \tli annual concert of Temple er Tamid, lo he held at the Temle on .lan. >. announced this week Kit one of the featured stars ot le sala event will be Cantor Saul Breeh. Cantor Br ch has heen affiliated ith Ner Tamid for the past three pars. He officiates at Ner Tamid eliniou> %  rices, and has per%  rmed l<>e ill) at many Zionist. t'nai B'ritli and Israel Bond at irs. He m -t recently appeare I t the Miami Beach Auditorium u the .lew h National Fund Ken • dy Memorial H liturgical and i.-raeli pres nl turns wee enthusiastically re> lived. Cantnr Breeh has studied with ationally known voice teacher, v ; e\ander Vishinsky, and with the .te Cantor Mordecai Hirschman. For the gala event on Jan. 9. antor Breeh v ill offer liturgical, 'iddish ani! Israeli folk snn'j-. Also starn,,v dl be Tony Daryll, oted Broai y and screen star Beth Torah Men Hear Cardiologist Men", Club ol Beth Torah Con • nation heard Dr. Stanley I) %  litchell. internisl and cardiolo.-t. lecture on "Care of the Heart tier 40" recently. On Saturday evening, Dec 5, the lub held a square dance and atke party ir. the congregation so•ial hall. Kelreshments were erved, and a weekend for two at i motel w a*. •••<• %  %  -. &f •' A one act Chanuka comedy. ilarionette Mutiny."' with Junior Menorah Players and directed by Cantor Edward Klein was featured at the Temple Menorah Sisterhood journal kick-oft recently :n the Social Hall. Mrs. Essie Wolf, Mrs. Lawrence IVeston and Sol l-'rankel were cochairmen. The S;-. rhood held its paid-up membership part;, on Wednesday evening in the Social Hall. Pellets Visit Goodrich Tire Co. Morton and Ronald Pallot, president and vice president of Norton Tire Company, wenl lo the B. F. inch Com pan) headquarters in Akron, (i. recent!) tor a series ol busine*: 'a!k> with BFG officials The Pallot* disc issed plans for future expansion and outline 1 merchandising ." %  •! promotion pro grams for ISM 5 in the South Florida area Norton Tre Company, now celebrating i's 40th year of continued operation in the south, is one of the nation's largest B F, to / ** $4 / DtaiU Write: the Madison aslovm*9% ,oom/ •* %  / •••••• e*lllMjattllU # • • £nj. N.r.rr.o-i WOItCh.\V. SiiiMf/<•, ]0mWl£ >S — *•*** T-ltStG'*tATTA.f.'" UWTI M A N£W ThjUMWil Joseph E. Sopbia j&L Lorer Mastroi^nfi Vittorio De Sica's Marriage Italian Styl ran PAta.**. reu %  N Open 1 30_ | Coenormandie L^V-AJ Loo'r^riuJLpk"^ THE HORSES ARS RUKNINQ A T HOME OF THE BIG TWIN 001I8LE Ntv. 26 tdrs lan. 1 S/Psst Time l : 15 TAKE THE PALMETTO EXPRESSWAY TO BIRD ROAD ,SW. 40th STREET; TICKITS NOW AT BOX OFFICE OR BY MAIL! box office open 10:30 to :30 ^KHRiaor *' AUDREY HEPBURN** REX HARRISON. ** AT Ttciswcoioee mmmmm •"• r K* **• %  • %  %  LINCOLN THEATRE, LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH JIII" 1 2 performances daily 2.-00 & 8:30 ?M. TICKETS ON SAlf AT JORDAN MARSH, MIAMI Holiday price* prevail during Xmas week



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Pc Page 16-B +Jc*Jsti fkrifi *r Friday. December Planning for the M>.;rachi reception and dinner here Jan. 17 at the Deauville Hotel are seated (left to right) Louis Dublin, Rev. Joseph Kiantz. president, and Jack Ciment, vice president. Standing is Sol Rashin, local director of the Mizrach; Religious Zionis's of Greater Miami. Mizrachi Plans Reception Here Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamizrachi, Re ligious Zionists ot America, will hoi I .1 reci ption and dinner Sun da] evening, .Ian 17. al the Deau villa Hotel Honor a rj chairman of the din nei is Miami Beach Councilman Hyman P. Cirbut. Chairman is Abe Aronoff. Co-chairmen are Rev. Solomon Cooper, Morris Friedman. C. Glue I. < -k> Hci: > (; i oudan, M a \ llei lit .Mill, 11 Kahan. Re\ .Joseph Ki :it/. I. I; Kramer, Louis Mer uitzer, Rabbi A J. Safra, Benja Weinberg Phillip Weiss, and Rashin. director ol the local "i the organization, Members m the Rabbinical Committee include Rabbis Berl Aroni, Jonah E Caplan, Isaac Ever, \ • cander Gross, Morris Horovitz I'.. HI Lehrfield, Joseph Racran skj. Solomon Schiff, s h e r i n bei 'i 'i Stern and Berel \ i n To be honored i I Lhe Function i Ja< K t nenl William Cohen %  I) t Cohen, Louis Dublin. Moses .i <•! Jndwerg, Dr Sol Nuss banm. Jacob Silbuvitz and .'"scph Bureau President Back from !srae! Joseph i D en president ol : he Bureau ol Jewish Education, inow returning from a trip to irael where he participated in ceremonies at the \ cational Secondary School at Acre, near Haifa Cohen joined with Sen George Smathers, of Florida, and sen Richard B Russell, of Georgia, and other American community le.i leiin initiating the beginning %  >! i five-year, s.")7 million program bj the I in i Education Fund to Mimiilute tree education in Israel on the secondary level. The Education Fund is .. -penal project of United Jewish Appeal Cohen will report on his obser vationi at the next meeting of the Board of Directors of the Bureau ot Jewish Education Fig/if fcr Sight Zamora Service Honors Parents Late Fridaj evening services at Temple Zamora las) week were dedicated in honor of the parents oi Religious School children and students ol the school, lhe sermonette ... .\en by Sue Lederman Children ol the lie li] ii ns Sch i taking pan in the service were First grade, Bruce Rein, second Lisa Ben; thud grade, Louis Birencwaig; fourth grade, Ricky Josepher fifth giade, liarvex Fisherman. Seymour Mann Elected President Of Southeast \M Jitereth Jacob Party on Dec 31, Temple Tifereth Jacob will sponsor its annual New Year's Eve party T* C I R C U S INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND FINK OR WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPFFRUiT Bushel W Halt 13 %  %  %  : her* U S.A MAIL ORDERS PROMPT! t mi ED BONDlO-IHSfMD CV4AVT5fO ir 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4?710 FR 4-'73 FREE 09ANOE J'JIC= Wl PACK IM BITS Mitt I A.M. TO 10 T.M. DAILY iour Mann, % %  : Ti ol Hollyv ood was el presidencj ol lhe n itly-i eluded L'nited Syna i *m Southeast h co.i Mai n has be< n i' % %  • % %  Ij a>>soci ated with lhe L'niti Syi ue i I America for man> years, ha served as a regii lent and chairman <>i the n gional Youth I omn ission. lie i> president ol Temple Sir. The M,-.nn family is deeply involved in synagogue life. Mrs. Mifii Mann is a vice president of the Florida Branch National l"8"n'< t •eoue, United Synagogue of America, while Tom .. %  ann, youngest of three sons, is r'efii'ent of the senior United Synagogue Youth Chapter In Temple Sinai. Bruce and Jeff Mann, nov attending college, are past presidents of USY in Temple Sinai. Office at a time when high on the organization's agenda >'ill be the launching ol i program, as well as the development of a regional Commission on ie W j, h v Mann succeeds J who set vi lo.il Unit.dS I Btive fyn States uenc) 01 and one %  founded in 1913 in I Solomon S< '•Re on maintaii %  tami uncl the directon Rabbi Allen Kutchik Regular meeting of Fighl for Si'hi v is held Tuesdaj noon at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Fighl for Sight bazaar is being held at 1600 Washington Ive. t" realiie funds for eye research program WKAT Receives Auto Award Sidnej Lc in ha a< the i'olvo Mot nj award for i st advertisinj and men han disinu p r u gram tor V'o Based i n i i -ui i through sta lion promotions W K \T received t h e a u a r il in competition with 1.000 sta throughout the country David Beesley, LiVlN president of Vol%  Distributors, Inc ol Rockleigh, N .1 made lhe presentation m conjunction with Volvo's Southeast dis. -.-IT, Harold Stines. WKAT used live copj ideas from Volvo and ad-libbed the campaign on such progri ms as high school tootball games and a carefully, •elected spoi schedule. Levin, manager oi WKAT, in accepting the award, noted thai "it .the first such automobile award made nationally honoring the radio industry." Before You Rent Compare! When they tell you the apartments are luxurious COMPARE! King-si?e oo irtmi I free central air conditioning and heating large private tertaces ... all walk-in closets ultra-modern kitchens and ba'hrooms. When they tell you the location is wonderful COMPARE! Just off Biscayne Boulevard right on Biscayne Bav only 3 minutes frci Mian Beach. Ten minutes i -es you west to the Airport, south to downtown ami or Key Biscayne. and north to 79th Street. We're r.ght below the 36th St expressway which connects .-. th all other expressways and the Sunshine State Parkway. When they tell you the features are the finest COMPARE! 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. Page 2-B +Jen 1st ffrr/dictr Friday. Decemb er 25. |J Teachers Plan Seminar Clinics Members of Louis D. Brandeis Women's Club meet to plan 19G5 projects for the benefit of Variety Children's Hospital. They have pledged to purchase a blood-testing machine. Last week President Mrs. Harry Schuldiner (standing lefV handed Hospital Administrator William A. Taylor a check for S500 toward the pledge. Some 150 members attended the luncheon and card party at Chandler's Restaurant, where Taylor was guest speaker. Officers are (front row) Mrs. Schuldiner. Mrs. Harry Spring. Mrs. Adele Miller, Mrs. Louis Weisenfeld. and Mrs. Hannah Leavy. Rear are Mesdames Lena Yagoda. Tillie Friedman. Dorothy Loeb. Ceil Isaacs, Emanuel Selznick. Bertha Tepper and William Thierman. Rabbi Schitt on TV Rabbi Solomon Schiff. .spiritual leader i I Congregation Beth-El and executive vice president ot i li i' Rabbinical Association o f On atei Miami, will host the "Jewish Worship Hour" on Sunday, i


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Friday, De:ember 25, 1964 *"Jenl*fi rfartdTfair Paqe 5-B ^cc ict Iitc Continued from Page 1-B .Eisenberg is the daughter ol klordecai G i | .. "i Telahe in ri en il i storms and the for fii' indefati i 'i. d here Robert aon Suzanne) Bisen:i!VW Al .i ilee .IIKI Jeremy. ,1,,, ,,; I'mSeymour (Bar by m Now York, where ihey atten led the Bar Mitzvah ol grandson Harry J.. son of the %  r Shirley Siegel and Charles Levine, of Kiushing. L. 1. :• held on Saturday. Dec. 12. :i the Young Israel of New Gar,\-r. HillS.-na,uogue. was furlher lelebrated by a reception and .it the Allison Hotel the 130 guests were the .. other two daughters ami son Harold, a pharmacist, ives v it!i his wife Sally in ; ( .i. ater Anita and husband Ray Wolf, ieep with McCrory Stores, atnied bj 15-year-old daughmron. and Claudia, who rmed at the King Theatre she v. .is a student at the rsity of Miami, now cast. director in New York for NBL Philadelphia residents, all uinter victors to Miami Beach, brother and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Walder. Mr. Mrs. Irving Braunstein. Dr. Mrs. Jac Siegel. and newly.. Mr. and Mrs. Norman '.Hi. of Forest Hills, who mooned at the Fontaine u in November. %  ;; soon be leaving i JI|" atu i v hich have reach i : i nshine. G old bi '• al he SS Argi ntina Evei for a Dau : Irving Goldburg, Aim has traveled • \'c!i-.'lj through Europe, the Middle K isl Africa and Mexico, has already booked passage for a month long cruise to South America on the SS Brasil for April Spending the holidays in Boston, .loan Kratish is hou-eguesting with former University of Miami classmate Carolyn Goldberg Daughter of Miami Beachites Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Kratish, Joan has been teaching in Chicago, but for the New Year, will transfer her career to this area Rhoda and Michael Sossin home from a visit to Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands on the cruise Ship Ariadne Mrs. Joseph Wilkes delighted that her mother. Mrs. Charles Schwartz. •>( Philadelphia, flew down the other day to spend the entire winter with her Here for a briefer visit, another daughter Mrs. Shirley Coff. the decor in a lovely pink and yellow en emble accessorized in Y O V C "pink Daughter Chryl, 16. pleased her parents and guests by offering several songs accom panied by the orchestra, and adiao Eddy gchaaffer contributed to the gaietj ol the afternoon, Ho y from Ronald Fei antii ipati Mrs ri Even brothers Richard and William, both stu \ itin i id Janis Burke. 2218 l: i Miami Beach, were dinner hosts to Dr. Jaime Cenleno, of Caraccas, il the Vi Ian Cl Agriculture, win. i has over 200 membi rs i> • <'enteno let %  lured recently al the i ol Florida. Takin a holiday break from pre-med courses al Tulane I'nitj. Sheldon, son ol the Leonard Zilberts, iexpected home this weekend Linda, daughter of Mr. and M,.-. Harry Hausman. of North Bay Rd.. all atwitter these daymaking plans to participate in the Miami Beach Forensic Festival Speech and Debate Tournament the end of the month, which coincides with the Miami Beach Chapter's silver anniversary Home chapter at Beach High will play host to students from schools from Maine to Oklahoma Scheduled for Dec. 28 to 30, Linda is coralling as many adults as she can induce to act as judges for the competition. Dr. and Mrs. Morton Rosenbluth started the holiday season for over 350 friends by hosting a brunch at the Algiers Hotel on the 13th The Rubaiyat Room glowed with pink and silver candles in silver candelabra and the charming hostess complemented dentat the University of Miami, delighted at the prospect of having the family circle complete again for a few weeks Same true for Ronald'parents Mr. and Mrs. .lack Ferdie, and his brothi r Ainslee, department Florida JW\ • • vehicle engineer emi bj Brown Engineering Ferdii • %  1 %  %  i it Center in Hi Bahamas Airways Adds to Flights reservations and plans all a visit to San Francisco then Miami Beach. Ruth .. the victim oi a accident and ended up in yal \ ictoria Hospital inRegrets most having ; the annual dinner and : of the Miami Beach Mn i ArtLeague, which she i in 1951 • • Some comias the "to-do" made in over the drawing of Ruth a foremost Canadian artisl has been printed in the %  edition of the FncyclopaeBritanica Recuperating popularity of Freeport. Bahamas Airways haannounced the introduction of a seventh daily flight tiom Miami. The company, operating Vickers Viscount fourengined aircraft, now offers more than 300 seats per day between Miami and the Riviera of the Bahamas. Freeport. the newest resort in the Bahamaon Grand Bahamas Island, is BI miles east ol Palm Beach and within 30 minuteby :,;,• from both Miami and Ft. Laudcrdale. Bahamas Airways, in pointing to the tremendous growth of Freeport, noted Hie scheduled Jan. 26 opening of Kings Inn, with 300 air-conditioned rooms and 1 700 feet of natural white sand beach. The $100 million complex will also include an 18hole golf course. The Imperial Bahama Hotel, the floating hotel that once was the 2'. .000-ton liner SS Italia, has nowcompleted landscaping of its nine acres of private grounds to provide an international shopping center. Also available are the 160-room Lucayan Marina Villas across the Bell Channel Bay from Lucayan Beach Hotel and Casino, and the 450-room Holiday Inn on the beach adjacent to the Lucayan Beach Hotel, Bahamas Airway, also notes the growth Of the island's many fine restaurants offering British. Italian and Bahamian fare.—ST. Another After months of painstaking research and experiment. Mr. Pumpernik il pleased fo announce the creation of a gourmet's chocolate unique in all the world (__ TROUFFLES MISTER FUMPERNIK SE2: Penny Bruns on TV IRS GO TO A PARTY!!! Wl CATER PARTIES OR lUAU'S 5 TO 1,000 PEOPLE @ 50C PER PERSON UP. 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[friday. Tecember 25. 1964 *• Jen 1st FhrMbn Page 13-A Mefi CflOUS S crvices Jnis weekend *i,hiT 'Ribb^itwe 1 Eve?." *"' MO** St. Reconstruction,,!. Rabbi Morn, skoo. C.intor Herman Gottlieb. '• Krldio OrthoO I I .tt.m. Air. :t ml MiI t.. celebrate their r>oth Sermon; "* >n. |*NSHE E 'ES. 2533 SW 1lth Ave. Const'*'' ve. 6TH CvlO. 262i SW 3rd Ave. Con,,rva( •• Cantor William W. Lipjon ,,i,i %  -to I'ulpii Burnt, Rittili .. \i. College homecoming -..lurdny S a.m. Riibli j pV j. ,. ., "litxclpllne nml A-uthVI txvah: Harm ti, .-. I^oula Bchwartainnn. Mr. idirector of the Ilui ,'.i h Education, • gETH EL 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho. do RatDl Solomon Schiff. II ni. S il tinl.i \ v.'.<> ;i Ml CANDLUIGHTING TIME 20 Teveth — 5 :17 p.m. 4 dr. Orthodox. Gross. Rabbi Alexander S HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st Const rv.itive. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. HOMESTEAD JEWSH CENTER. 8th Van '"'j. ilaufchU-r of I'i i.ni Kermnn: "The It.llRlmi > %  JVHUH. Kiiturday I"-::" a.m. Sermonette: "Some Ailvie. from .IPSIIH lien Mrueh." • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Stflinur. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rahbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviaer. hVliliij s:1."i p.m, I'.II:. i;. homecoming nervlf. I'n.v. \l.in We* tin of t'olumI i.in I'nlverHltj and Itabbl Kronlnh will participate in i rUitlouii,, i.n "i lanm r • HI ihItluhl S mini.ii i •• i". ,i ni Itar Mltitvuli: Tim Unit*, r Mr. i ami Airs. Johi-pli Sliarpe: K.IMltx-I Hfe th. N.mi. IjETH ':*EL. 711 40th St. Orthooo. R.tci Berei Wein. — • BETH ,'TOB. 301-311 Washinqton v modox. Cantor Maurice St., Homeste.i-1 Conservative. Cantor Pincus Aloof • SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. C.intor Louis Cohen. Iiilii ml v %  |. %  Seinini Voii i '.in'i I'I ,.\. ii Ii) M< II...;. .1 iiiuhl. Vli II I Air-. N i. HI It.i.-MlBETH -:DESH. HOI SW 12th Ave. I!" I'ci Satin • ia.m Traditional. Rabbi Max Sei i Portion ol W'ri Cantor Benjamin Ben An. m Si-i.'li I • i N. Win II Sal n :.i> s 1.1 i n • \ KXIHIIIH.' I MKCU I h< I'. • %  i n ..n .it %  |. in A I him — %  o L "OSHE CONGREGATION Dwie Hwy. Conservative. p h .rd Marcovitz. Cantor H "kes. :n Itn* Mitw Ii w • ni-. Mi ltll.nl i VVIIIIH All I I 'riiw it nl %  unl .... i Sa I %  • i. %  y — • E -AH. 935 Euclid AvOr. Rabbi Joseph E. R.ickovsky — | I -H. 164th St. and NE 11th ~. M r V.ttiva. Rabbi Max LipCantor Ben-Zion Kirschen.1 > ". p in li|| M %  i lUuglitcl .'i Mr. %  •• 'I n Salunlii • .i in • %  Jack, s • M Kata: I! nld>. mn i I i Mn Sn>dei. o I |4 RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St c •v.-.tive. Rabbi Harold Richtei C.intor Jack Lerner. %  • ,n s. in. .ti "8j mplumy • Satui'da) > %  :• in i ar ... nncth, w>n • %  < Mr. and MiM Ignnl. JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAQOG v ishington Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H Stern. I .... I i. I:. :, I • \\ ,. I 1 i %  il Uii'l i: I .'• p. II TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Ca itor Abraham Reiseman. I'i Ida} v in p.m. s. rnion: "Tin i No I'll. II. i. .In Who KiiKlavi-M \"oii \'.- ."' satin tlaj %  I'.ai Mhxvali M • Ii i. I and Arllnii MI II.-I MI I AU-. I'hillp IVtinnk.i • %  TEMPLE EMANU-FL. 1701 Washing, ton Ave. Conservative, Raobi living Leh-'inan. Cantor Zvi Adkr. ..in Si-r\ii ili il Ii %  • i |n rulli'Ui %  .. %  ; i Si-i muii "i IIII I iii on Iln< i i • M .> Kll I— 'IiiiN'i-\\ iinli Miss |;..i t'ni\. rsii > % %  Mi.i llari llusi n KNESETH ISRAEL. 1419 Euclid Ave Mnlleul O-t-iodo. Rabbi u.iv,j Lehrfleld. Clntor Abr.lh.iui Seif %  II. i t| i .'IiWa.M ; \\ %  s K 1 — • .• \-0NAiRbS CONGREGATION. %  Bud Rcl Modern Tradition. il. e JOI rHWEST CENTf.R 64:3 SW 8th s,t Coi Ra %  Zavi Greenwald, .: %  %  III Si lln I..i II %  Mil I "" Mrs Sanui K 17.1 • iEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER 645 Collins Ave. Rev. C.intor S.iai Nahmias. %  .1. ,. in a.m. Si'i'Kxl ii' '-' %  mil — e TEMPLE ADATH YESHURL'N. Con%  arvative. '025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens Ril Raubi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neil. I i ii.i.. :•:!.' I ll.ii .Milxvali Ml ami Mrs Iruin ..t All .Hi.I AllM> lull I TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 11. Kaplan V,. In ill \ !..t. II. 1 111 I n: lllil I M nf Ih. I'I w lii-n IM Kaplii %  — e TEMPLE JUDEA. 3?0 Palermo Ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Moms Kipper. '.. \\ • %  -I -. TinNi'M S .ni: -i • %  I I III .!,:: %  -I'i • i. nt.t.. in in i i mi simiiii.il ...ill, I ,, ii.lull \' i,. •• II ,: III Sj 11..-----_ ii i .i ii' %  to I'ri pare the Smi ,'i. Mrs. M nu u • %  VValdm-r "ill LIs I hi> Salili-uli i-andli Suiuribo 11 II m — e TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Raobi Mayer Abraml-'riilai K:|."i ji m. Sermon: SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION SHEMOT "And he !oiiki-d and. behold, the bush burned with fire, and the bush was not consumed" (Exod. 3:2). "And Moses hid his face; for he was afraid to look upon God" (3:6). Shemot — The children of Israel increased and multiplied and the land of Goshen was filled with them. But a new king arose in Egypt, one who had not known Joseph. He said to his people: "The children of Israel are too many and too mighty for us: come, let us deal wisely with them lest they multiply: and it shall come to pass that, when there befalleth us any war. they also shall join themselves unto our enemies, and fight against us, and get them up out of the land" (Exod. 1:9-10). The new Pharaoh made slaves of the Hebrews. He also commanded that every newborn male infant was to be cast into the river Nile, However. Moses was saved from this infanticide by the king's daughter and grew up in the Pharaoh's court. He was forced to flee Egypt after slaying an Egyptian, whom he found mistreating a Hebrew slave. Moses went to Midiau. where lie tended sheep lor his father-in-law, Jethro, in the desert near .Mount Hoieb. God appeared to Moses in a burning bush and told him to return to Egypt, for it was his mission to liberate the children of Israel and lead them to the land of Canaan. With the help of his brother, Aaron. Muses united the Hebrew slaves into a people. Then, he came before Pharaoh with God's demand that he "let My people go." This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher is Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang. THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT Secularization in Rabbinate May be Offset by Meditation By RABBI HAROLD RICHTER destroy that individuality and the spark of originality which are vi"Are the increasing seculariiation *' to ones personality. The rabbis tendencies of the rabbinate a should therefore try to be theindetriment to Judaism?" selves, their better selves, of. [course. It is in this way that they, I am reminded of a tale about '* R* Bunam. can draw nigh the noted and very colorful HaH>OS who have become estranged from God and the teachings ot V..irli S.il.l.illi I'.irti. i:..iti:l.lmlll I i|>, r. .lit \UiMitsvalt: .1 :• ll •• I I-, ,,i i>: M i, Junior r.:ii-'-i. Sleyen rtntiffliter ••: Mr, und Mm. MIIIHIIIIII —_ w .. i--.,.-,I iiji.i. .run • >r i 'Hi-v. ,-n-ii n ,i;itit: ni-r • %  Air. ;IIIU AirAI.II.-IIIIII CLBA\ ME BREW CIRCLE OF MI,,' '• *|",.„|„ ,., pi,,|J| n : Walter KriUM-r. Saturday I' n.ni Rnr MilsAVI I! o Washington Ave. Orthopy,,.,,' |„, v ,.,-i> „f Miami Stitilnlny yah: Jeffrey, win "f Mr. tunl Miv, • Rabbi Dov Rozencw-'ig, : ^ m >t ,.,„,,„. -|,;,. ., : ..i--li ii %  ami Irving UiiliMim. S. ni "Weekly • — Sinvi ri I'll.-i llo Turn I'm tln FL^r.LER • GRANADA 50 NW 51st • P Conservative. Rabbi David RotTEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N Krndall TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and enfM. Cantor George Goldberg. Dr., SoMiami. Retoim. Rabb. TalUIII Wateway. Modern Tradiiorvle< Herbert Ba.nngard. tional. Raboi Eugene Labovitz. — Cantor Saul H. Breeh. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY|-r|rlu> X:13 p.m. Kntunla) %  :•"• ii WOOD. 1351 S14th Ave Reform. |Uir Miizv.ih: llriM'e, Mill • %  Mr •ml Maurloi Rabbi Samuel Jaffa, Mra. Ml hael Itappe, ',;:"" :>U U Z : "M.:.",'',: K^..mViaVw^ !" .^m; TEMPLE OR'OLOM: con^-va,^ ,.i [heir ilnilBhti : \ I '" >,|| ,1! ,l.i 1 III .1 Mi I III. ui. ovvitz. C.intor Edward Klein. ......ii, M tlic rabbi, lieb Bunam. who was i fun linn I • l once overcome Joa |snl w i t h > > ill I lull in in — %  ii Well %  • %  Honu Ones : ,t h •-. Mr. anil Mi-. Simon ni • run' m tin i '-'ii'i '• iiiiiu. • -,i %  Mi mill \li %  i uliiiE in Asmi %  ml HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree TEMPLE BETH SH,R*H. A TASTE OF HEBREW A Weekly Column for Beginners prtMoted by THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE aad the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor: DR. SHI.OMO KODESH 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April Cantor Nico Feldman I'ri In) S:" p '" Sf i "TWS-2M. 7:.00 SW I,I i: |i suluriln.i < :. n m liar Mltn• -Ii: \. il. .-..II nl Ml llllil MiI ..M.I Weinv %  Mil itvah -lin k I'i il Mr* Hi-wanl Si-hlm a n overwhilc jt is (ri|c |ha manv r abM whelming urge to havc gone ((H# {ar in secularizing tell his disciples 0 he exU nt that lhey have a joke. At first, blurred their image, it is also true he tried to con, hjt the so cal ied "secularizing" tain himself for can be he means throug h which fear of losing the t()(1 rab bis in this modern era fulrespect of his ^ their mission. Encouraging soHasidim. Then cial activities, reviewing hooks, the teaching of and spca >;j n ., „ n current events one ot the great t an be the media through which masters came to raDD j s rev eal that the teachings mind: "All joys ( ,[ (j 0( | can [j nf i application in every hail from paraavenue „f existence. Of course. disc, and jests | .. llj}lU nuls avoi( | t | le pitfalls ot T rU 9 'mn SC/'SKiriuSi MBNMCHTIR %>' Vl lt d themselves becoming too secularDaniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale tlie> are UUtlKI ;,,,,] p ( „. y|1 gntifJOte to oversecu; Vl.i...v | i;..lleK.^humee.m.lnij j., „.„,. joy .' Reh Bunam therelarizaIion hey m ighl try daily i',..,,,„,, it,,! line renounced his rabbinical orp ersona | meditation and an occa"" l tice, told the joke and discovered s j ona] >1HnU al re treat. that it caused those who were most Temple lamora Brotherhood TEMPLE T.F:RETH JACOB. 051 E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative. |< 1 Iduj s.l.'i 1 Sal %  !: %  > '.' 11 in K"l• I11-. Ii however, can not live up to ail I heir congregants' expectations. I 0 k drft young lad:,? ?.-K %  ••*> *S • Shuuunit, my ^isler. .*yjf mm$Q ,.—^r" Where .• i-he going' 1 ?."5" in K'~ ;S 1 iPij r.s*tt She live* in our house. ..,„. -, ?3 --j K .n •tiy Z"i ""IS We live together. %  ••• -"-M X'She is a good shier. "f We live m peace .mn B W R *.*"."!< r Yi'Vr> HHTIONA Rl I tIK IWA1 —— :,. he Kvn" Young lady — — tvyrij Muden: if.) irypfc the young lady n-j-ina." good 11 oeni (f.) nate itjw?e this — this one u 1 fmn — no she li\es mi K'.l University ng'ansvw liuuse — — D'S 10 the University rrg'P'jyi'tQ m the house fi'SS in the Univcrsit) ng'oiyjwj o.' ours "??? she studies ineT> K'n W ...e D"U -UniK education spilj she wants ns"i K -I me. u ..B.v e .... --•" %  ", v Reservations imTemple Zamora To attempt to do so would be to Hrot|u ,,.,„,„, NlU Years Eve cele dintant to draw closer to him ami ^^ ^ bejng uken u |u his teachings. Temple offici lain nine and his No doubl our congregants differ hand will play for dancing, as well TEMPLE ZAVIORA. 44 Zamora Ave Cons-rvalive. Rabbi Hershri Brooks Cantor Ben Dickson. I'n.l.i \ v 1 |, in Si'l'lllnn %  I .1 .Mi.i.II. I 11 I ilu.i ">:•! %  %  a i" i "SiillBK llllil Itelll I llll MI:/ ll.i i. i.on i.i Mi i widelv BS 'o what lc\pecled or as entertain. Ml > Mi. Inn I I Si Inn liti TEMPLE ZiON. S000 Miller Rd Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. I'i-iil;iv I' HUH MltX\:ill IVl.i.i.ili. iliiuichter nf Mi und Mi VI l„ i siikul. Sii liirilu.i • i %  :• ni Itar Mltr.Mih: Vrl Inn. mm Ml o" 1 M ,lai I. Silv. i IJI .i reui'i HUH uf Mr-. |ii.I.i I... -i I 111 ;i II. • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami Ave. Conservative. Rabb. Henry Werniek. I--, iiiu) lu |i.m %  \ \i.-.in. i %  I! \fllll li'.ll Sinii i li I im. a sh.ilili it. 8aturila> • %  • i" H*TMI,, i,: "Wi'ehl> Portion YOUNG ISHAtL. 990 NE 171st St Orthodox. Raobi Sherwin St.mber. Priilm '..I.', i'.i" Sulurilui • ii in Se • in. .II "fall |o M.niii I I 'in a Shah Iml i.,i • hiWIren 3 :i" p.m. Til !-i\-p.lii-.l III COoperatmti let'tli rlic Crwi Miami P .\ Coi m" ''/ features .ippfjliii.; lie i IDR MAX L1PSCHITZ ipirittMl leader of B f :>. 1 (-.„„, i ,.| \i'trli Miami Br aili. Conqressmcm Claude Pepper is shown with Mark Haddad (left) president of the Beth Torah TNT Club, and Steve Shantzis, president of the Junior USY qroup of the synaqoque. at his recent speaking engagement before the club.


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Taqe 6-A I'Jwisti Fkfidliar Ambassador's Ball to Ring Down Curtain On Most Successful Year' of Bond Drive Friday. December £ In .\ festive setting of celebra the Ambassador's Ball on Saturdaj night :ii the Fontaincblean Hotel "ill ring down the curtain %  n the meat mccesaful Israel Bond i r since the start of the proGaiety will be the keynote, highhted by diplomatic ceremondebutante presentations and a nationally acclaimed tribute to Miami's Anna Brenner Meyers. Pointing out that scores of notables from all areas of community life, as welt as from all sections of the state and nation are expected to join in the event, Sidney Ansin, chairman of patrons of the Ambassador's Ball, indicated that "the ball will be a landmark in Miami history." Leonard Rosen, chairman of the (.reater Miami Israel Bond Organisation, underscored that "the ocM will be a fitting celebration of th,< oomrmmiH s recordsm ashi ng bond sale* in 196-1." Rosen noted that the Israel Bond campaign has set a goal of $2,500.000 for the year and that "all indications are that this total will be surpassed.'" The Amba sador's Ball, held an' Dually under the patronage of the Ambassador of Israel and the Governor of Florida, traditionally brings to a climax the Israel Bond campaign. "In bringing together the repre sentatives of foreign governments vwlh.lliosc f our own nation and Israel." Sidcy Ansin pointed out. • the Ambassador's Ball dramatically reflects the happy ties of the community with Israel and the great good thai is accrued to both." This year, in addition to the pre s e ntati on of the diplomatic corps and the debutante ceremony, the ball will be the occasion where honerees of I be year at synagogue Israel Bon I dinners will be formally presented, together with the spiritual leader, president and dinner chairman of each event. Also to be presented will be the Miami Beach Ha New Evidence Found at Auschwitz I leadership ot dassah. The 1964 Ambassador's Ball will be the scene of the Eleanor Roosevelt Israel Humanitarian Award to Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. The presentation will be made by Elliott Roosevelt, representing the Roosevelt family. Heading the committee for the Ambassador's Ball, in addition to Leonard Rosen and Sidney Ansin. are Jack A. Cantor, grand marsli.ii. Samuel Fnedland. honorary chairman; J^ck S. Popick. chairman of the Executive Committee; and .Maurice Revitz. chairman of the Board ->l Governors. They are assisted by ;• roster Of patrons and sponsors, uiiich includes the Great* r or Miami trustees i community, state aiv I leaders. and natj The festivities wil •ertaa of reception | "HI be a diplomatic [S3 the West Ballroom of tWH bkau m honor I ,„.' oi foreign SOvernn^VXI pay thenrespects to th ,J •odor of Israel, A. Z Al i •lade Room, there will he l"! "'"' tor debutantes and :hc 1 the French Room, there t!3 chairman's reception for ?ro *J participants. I With the excepti I presentations and a brie, .-., J tne entire evening will be one! celebration, music and r, ncin J Continued from Page 1-A tor Hans Grossman said "we have collected a great deal of proof" about the credibility of witnesses who have testified during the end of its first year. The visiting court officials also saw a film of the liberation of the camp. Anton Keiners, an attorney for two of the Nazi defendants, broke down and wept during the showing. He said he wished his 14%  e.ir-old daughter could see "this !• rrible place so she will know what Nazism was." The film included shots of child inmate-. I Iding out thin tafooed armIS they were led from the camp by Soviet soldiers and Polish nuns. The officials were accompanied by Dr. Franz Lucas, a former A ischwitl camp physician, and the only one of the defendants who agreed to join in the visit. Lucas is charged with having selected victims for immediate gassing on arriving. They saw the "Black Wall" in the camp where many thousandof Jews were shot They stood there m silent tribute before visiting Block Ten. where medical experiments were carried out on women victims, and Block Eleven, then "disciplinary" block. .Indue Walter lloiz said he never saw such dreadful things in concentrated form. such Report on Moslem-Jewish Relations Continued from Page 1-A Bengelloun said, "physicians, den. t StS, lawyers of the Jewish faith. practice unr'ir the same conditions ; their Moroccan fellow citizens Hi pointed out that three Jewish i arliamentary represen tatives i 8 been elected, one to the House of Representatives and two to the Chamber of CounsellorMorris B. Abram. president of the Committee, told the Ambassador: "We are pleased to recognize that Morocco has completely honored the commitment* of King Mohamed V and Ins son King Hassan II. that Jews of Morocco would be full and equal citizens of the country, and that their basic rights would be protected." He drew particular attention to tinfact that the Moroccan Government hi" h on o re d the right of fieedom of movement." At a pre-s conference, court officials said they took measurements at the railway ramp, examined the distance between the tracks and sought to establish whether if would have been possible for witnesses watching from the barracks to recognize the camp personnel who selected prisoners. Visiting one of the ovens, the jurists came to a large hole in the ground. Some members went down into the hole and raked the earth with their fingers, extracting remains of honeand tufts of hair. One of the visitors found in the remainsome words in Hebrew still visible—the Hebrew prayer for the dead "El Mole Rachamin," (God Full of Mercy.) I i l l i i HONOR YOUR MEMORY PHILIP KUNIN Out hearts ache with a numbness of pain It is hard to take a free breath Harder to believe that our dear friend The devoted Philip Kunin is dead. A husband, a father, a good man with a trusty hnc A tender heart, charitable and so very true So simple, so well understood When, where, and what to do. A dream he weaved by night and day A magic web with colors ,-jray With depth began to understand The importance of Israel Land FARBAND LABOR ZIONIST ORDER LEBEDIKER BRANCH SENIOR CITIZENS HEAR THIS! PaO now offers you • special low fart ol S4* for S S Flor.da 3 nd 4 d.y crvil .o NaaatU F.f.y of 200 f.r,l-l„, I N Ur— %  reserved for you on o.C S/S FLORIDA % MIAM J NASSAU i LOW CRUISC rE INCLU0CS: v9L %  All meals—including festive S Captain's Dinner!"Foil enter*^ tamment program—Cruise t "* Director, floor shows, movies, f % %  games and prizes, calypso band! | %  Captain's Cocktail Party! -. %  Continental breakfast! t m V'dnight snacks! • Duty-free / SPECIAL FARE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS Ot 3 AND 4 0*' CtUHIS '.. aor cnuiSES si_ rmoAYS *T 4 45 PM 4-OA.Y CftUISCS SAIL MOMDAfS 4T 4 4J PM shopping on board! 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r ctge 14-A +Jewisti IHhridH^r Friday, December 25. 1964 As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL Some in Mississippi are Beginning to Accept the New Era MISSISSIPPI'S -i.,,1 Society." civic petulance behind it and get on with the onerfrrmal call for an end to the nonsense nf ,, v PJME!J% "JBl b !£ E S !" f "HP 1 *. "*& r ta.Man,s ,no,els and a theater in ,. tojiSSissiPPi'S -Closed Society." "" so accurately named by his1 rj Prol .lame v\ Silver, .11 th I'niversity of Mississippi, is dest ned to be shoved and wine,lied il the open spaces ol cooperative I ving and human understanding %  %  dark the picture has been in Mississippi for the past 100 years, and especially during the ter summer month.ol i!H5;i. there is abundant evidence that moderates in the land ol Jefferson is and Tl eodoi Bilbo and J< hn Rankin ai d I ss Barnetl are slowly, but with iron determinbreaking the hail; ol Yahoo resistance Thousands among the Mississipians who turned against President Johnson by a uhoppmc seven-toone proportion are coming slowly to see that a state that suffered more than 40 churches to be burned or bombed in one year and faded to indict the slayers "i three civil rights workerrust now put its civic petulance behind it and gel on with the onerus work of integration^ Prof. Silver, in his famous address of a year ago to the Southern Historical Society, pointed oul that ever} Mississippi politician not only denies the vaiidit) of the 14th Amendment but hungers for the negative days of the Articles of Confederation Fhe all-pervading doctrine has been white supremacy, whether achieved through slavery or segregat on. rationalized by a professed adherence to states' rights and bolstered by religious fundamentalism." he declaredBut hidiagnosis of the state's ills brought him inevitably to the point that determined and enlightened .\!i-.-is-ippia;is arc now exploiting effectively: the complete incompatibilit) ol state rights and modern industrialization. The cotton economy of Mississippi is not an economy tor a .jet age. And indignities saddled upon half of the population because of color and because of the fierce demandof a slavery hare cropper enterprise can not be forever indulged in Tile Mississippi Baptist Convention haissued a frrmal call for an end to the nonsense of near anarchy; restaurants motels and a theater in I ing McComb have been integrated quiefij and thi While rui7.cn> Council has finally run into insuper able civic resistance. The FBI haplaced at least 100 agent.m the state; highway patrolmen have been forced to disavow links with the Ku Klux Kla and the Federal Government — winch 111 the ,',.• has harnessed the waters of the Mississippi River to preserve the states economy — is now movin ij orou-ly in the courts to help preserve t slates civic self respect. Of course, these changes are not effected v 1 out bitterness and Violence and outrage: the inaccused of killing NAACP Leader Medger Evers ifree: the slayers of Michael Schwerner and Andre\ Goodman and James E, Chancy (the youthful civ'l Rights workers 1 have not been indicted. ing ol homes and the burning of churches n resumed at any moment; and thousand0. \, are -till kept from registering to vote throt ol economic reprisal and through the Stubborn resistance of diehard officials. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Winston Churchill Brings Back Alot of History to Us taiHEN ONE THINKS Of Winston Churchill one runurn ... Jewish historj — from Disraeli down to Balfour, Wingate and Weizmann Churchill is oiten compared to Disraeli Both stand out as Prime Ministers who were also literary men. and both were memberof the same party It 1interesting to speculate how Disraeli would have come off had he been Prime Minister at the time ol Hitler lie wouldn't have called him a "guttersnipe" as Churchill did, but no doubt he would have see proper!}. line recalls what Disraeli -aid. w hen taunted in the Commons for his Jewishness. When the an ceators of the right honorable gentlemen were sav ages, mine were priests in the Temple ol the Lord." Churchill was a great admirer of Balfour, the author of the Balfour Declaration, promising to re store the Jewish Homeland. Hallour. who was some Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN State Dep't. Questions Religious Convictions Washington! %  THE SENATE Subcommittee OOj Constitutional Rights i> dis %  el about -' me searching ques lions on religious convictions the rtmenl oi state i> asking em ployees applying tor foreign sei vice state Department personnel] nave been required to answei either "true" or -false" to such| assertions as "Christ performed miracles Other true'' or "false" answermust be given to statements that I believe there 1.a devil and in alter lite 1 believe in a life hciealtcr I teel sure there 1only one true religion.'' and "I praj seveial times .. week." This emerged when the Subcommittee undertook an investigation of probes conducted by Go* ernment agencies of employees through psychological and psychiatric testing. The Subcommittee tound a specific example in which the State Department subletted a woman employee, applying lor foreign service, to an extensive "teat" on matters relating to her religion, sex life, family, personal habits, and other matters. One phase of the test involved 570 questions to which she was to respond rapidly, quickly and without any thinking or deliberation." Included were questions on the divinity of Christ and theological convictions pertaining to Christianity. The State Department declined to discuss the q estion ot how a Jewish applicantconception ol Christ pertained to his mental fitness for an overassignment. Does the Department believe that employees should "praj together and stay together?" The State Department al-o required ic-non dents to indicate whether they are troubled, and to what extent, by being "confused in mj religious beliefs" and "differing from m> family in religious beliefs The Senate Subcommittee, concerned with main taining the constitutional rights and dignity oi the individual, felt such questionon personal relig OUS conviction to be "shocking." The Subcommittee chairman asked the State Department for a report on the type of information ...ned from these tests "which would just if) such an invasion of privacy." Also demanded were descriptions of the circumstances that would require such tests and data on the individuals who make the determination ot their need if a Jew reiuses to tell a government psyehol-i his innermost attitudes toward Christ or the Catholic Church, for instance, does this make the Jew a security risk and a mental case" Can the government probe through psychiatric pretexts what is forbidden by law to do on personnel forms'.' Will an individual's responses to Christ be re corded on government computers to be stored away until some department head requisitions a report on someone's most personal religious thoughts' The answers to these questions will provide a definition of the rights of the individual or religious matter.-. They will tell how far the government can go to get the automated religious responses oi pel sons in government service UN listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Abba Eban in Speech Before the United Nations United Nations IN THE General Assembly's great hall. 11 delegations — including every ne of the Arab -late representatives — at spellbound listening to Israel's Dep ly I'rime Minister Abba Eban In the mailer, more intimate Security Counci ;hamber. the air was electric with ten ion. very few sat. all delegatewen uddled in hot conversation while hours •assed and the scheduled Council meeting was not being ailed to order. Here, the business was being conducted in the Counlil's office, off to one side of the chamber, and the argument concerned Israel. Here, the Israeli side was being represented by Ambassador Michael Comay. And. be %  e n the Assembly and the Security Council room, all %  •ho are interested in Israel — including correspondent• re having a heyday. Israel was playing a double fea •ire — to packed gallenoMr. Eban is one of the all-time greatamong the small handful of truly great oratorwho. over the years, have been heard at the United Nations His eloquence, well known here, has not diminished with the years Some years age. when India was represented by Arthur l.ail. a speaker with a very ni^h reputation lor fluid oratory, a wag remarked: "Lall's English is SO good, he is almost great enough to be an Israeli Ambassador The oblique reference was to Mr. Kban whose mastery of the English language, as well as of a number of other tongues, 1beyond compare This time. Mr. Eban was delivering, before a plenarv session of the Assembly, Israel's address in "general debate" — an exercise in speech making, during which statesmen spell out the over all foreign affairs policies of their governments. In recent years. Israel's Eorcign Minister Gold Meir has been delivering that major ad dress for her government This time, unable to come here due to illness, she had passed on that task to Mr. Eban No one was let down by the substitution veals his senior in age. had taken a hkin. I i rcn Hi. and Churchill reciprocated the affection The two. beside being members of the -am. pain had one common characteristic — the) leldoi ., ., befon noon and usually transacted some .if their business, writing in bed. Balfour was more of a reclura.i recent!) paid him special honori Our film Folk: By HERBERT G. LUFT Paramount on Move Hollywood IOSEPH E. LEVINES 23-picture pro' gram moves Paramount into high ;ear early in 1965, with ten major prohut ions on the schedule through the end 3 >! the new year There 1foremost, TIarlovv." based on the Irving Schul%  nan best seller, with Sydney Bochm .vriting the screen play and (lordon I Douglas directing. Co starring with Mr-. lairod Baker-Garfein are Peter I.awford and Gilbert Roland. The picture is now ready to go before the cameras in Hollywood on Jan. 4. Carroll Baker is also starring in "Tropic of Cancer" for which John Michael Hayes writes the scenario from the controversial novel by Henry Miller. The picture will be photographed in Hollywood and Park "The Sands of Kalahari" is being written b) Sy Endfield who guided I.evine s Zulu" to success last year. Endfield, with whom I worked during his Hollywood days more than 10 years ago. will also direct on location in Africa and in the studios in London. George Pep] been signed for the principal role. "The Idol" starring juvenile actor-singei• %  coinposer Paul Anka commences photography in England next February. Steve McQueen will portray the title role of Nevada Smith" from the novel by Harold Robbins The sanu character, at a later date in his life, was tried by tlw late Alan Ladd in Levine's "The Carpetbaggers. >>• vada Smith" will be directed by Henry Hathaway, from a screenplay by John Miehael Hayes Harlan Ellison, TV writer and novelist, makes his debut as a screen writer with his adaptation ol Oscar." to be shot in its natural setting — Hollywood — nt-xt summer. Dalton Trumbo. after his comeback "Spartacus" and "Exodus." one of filmlands most %  soll n .. after scribes, is doing the photoplay for Eugene *"•?"*? Will Adam-." with fall production in Japan and Engian



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Friday, December 25. 1964 lAmifftJfcribAvi Page 7-E oT#* the r^ealm of <^< Miss Kessler I In Satin Gown ll,.. Assembly Room oi the Du |,i plaza was the setting for the Rjndlelight ceremony uniting BevLrly Ann Kessler and Larry FredV. ; g kolOW on Sunday, Dec. 20. L'ilh Rabbi Irving Lchrmun otliIriaUng. Parents oi the newlyweds arc Mr, and Mrs. Harry Kessler. 6301 I 5\V 18th St.. and Mr. and Mrs. Nat gpltokm. 5020 Riviera Dr. The bride wore a satin gown of rich ivory, it? alencon lace bodice [delicately mbellished with seed pwrN and crystal beads. Details ^eluded a -calloped neckline and ICgal sleeves which extended be>ond the wrist, coming to a point II tin hand. The controlled skirt, ippHqued th alencon lace, featured an uisle-wide detachable train. The bride wore a candlelight peau de sore crmvn appliqued with alencon lace and featuring a tr tier veil of French illunpl ding the outfit was a •• ea*cade bouquet of Illyilley, white roses, and a p int "I white orchids Hi, bride's sister, Lynne Kess |er, served M maid of honor. Mrs, Kaulman, the bride's aunt. i. atron <>f honor. Gail Soko. t'iimi<>> eu .ii n. II 11^, e ,,,,.ms sister, un~j.in.or "^ .maid. Mrs. Rae Cannon. Irma Greene and Sandy Neff as bridesmaids. ocietu MissFelkoff Hyes Aug. Rites Mr, and Mrs. Bdward I. Felkoff, of Larchmont, N.Y., announce the engagement of their daughter, Teri Joan, to Edward Isadore Leviten. The groom to-be is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Leviten, 1799 SW 18th St.. Miami. Miss Felkoff graduated from Mamaroneck High School, she is presently a -indent at the University of Florida. Mr. Leviten graduated from Miami High, and will receive a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Florida ii June. He %  i a member of Tau Epsilon Phi. He is a past aleph godol of AZA 32C here, an affiliate of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. After an Aug. 28 wedding at the I F'Hintainhead in New Rochelle. they will live in the Greater New York area. Wi i nerKn hn Miss Rosenzweig To be Married MRS. LARRY SOKCLOW Mrs. Marie Rosenweig. of 945 NE 173rd St., No. Miami Beach, anUniversity ol Florida and Univernounces the engagement of her sity Of Miami. She is presently daughter, Sandra, to Allen Stuart employed at Harris. Buggeln and Goldstein, -on ol Mr. and Mrs. Morris Goldstein, oi savannah. Ga. Miss Rosenzweig is a graduate Mr. Sokolow is also a graduate o| Coral Gables Senior High School 0 f"north''Miami Senior High School The bridegroom's brother. David and the University ol Miami. He g ne is lunv attending the I'niver Sckolow, served as his best man. is now assistant manager of Sunny with Mike Cannon. Bill I'olansky Isle Bowl, and received the J. Ed sity of Georgia, where she majors in Engli-'i. She plans to teach secand Alan Fogel. ushers. win Larson Scholarship in Finance. 0ll( | arv 8Ch ool Grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. isiHe is presently completing his ed^ GoW8te m will lich. were also members of the Following the reception and dinfraternity, and Kappa Psi, phai vi-dding party. \ ner. the couple will honeymoon in maceutical fraternity Newlyved Mrs. Sokolow is a': Mexico City and Acapulco. Upon graduate of Coral Gables Senior'their return, they will live in North High School, and has attended the I Miami. Renowned Cellist Reveals Betrothal Of His Daughter l^'onard Rose, internationallyknown concert cellist, of Great Neck, N. Y., announces the engagement of his daughter. Barbara .'ear. to Stuart Perry Schirota. son ol Dr, and Mrs. Harry J Schirota, u Scarsdale, N. Y. The prospective bride, daughter tlso Of the late Minnie K. Rose, : I uranddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roe. of Miami Beach, is a graduate of Great Neck North High School, and attended the Hart College of Music of the University ol Hartford, where she majored in opera. She presently is employed b) Gerard and Sudy of the New York Hilton Hotel. Mr. Schirota, a graduate of Scars. U er. he will attend Temple Unidale High School, attended Duke vt rs j tv Dental School in Philadelu.iversitv In North Carolina. He j a pa •as graduated from Long Island, %  ^ a June 1 niversrty and will receive an MA 1 VUUK degree there in June. In Septemwedding. Special Service Slated Sunday Special services will be held at i Washington Federal Auditorium, ran NE 167th St.. on Sunday night at 8 p.m. Memorial plaques in memory of Rabbi Colman Zwilman and his parents, Philip and Miril Zwitman, will be unveiled at the services. Irving Farber, president of B'nai I Abraham, said that tribute will be paid to Dr. S. '/.. 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A trip to Europe for two will be first prize. Proceeds of the event will be used toward maintaining the Jev ish Family and Children's Servic. Treatment Home, Chairman of tha Art Committee will be Mrs. Bei • nard Kramarsky Mrs. Eugen Katz. vice president, will be tick* t chairman. MISS SANDRA ROSENZWEIG Temple Youths Hold Debate •Should Bar Mitzvah be Move to Age 16?" was 'he subject of debate between the TNT Club of Beth Torah Congregation and th. Youth Croup ol Temple Ner T< • mid. recently. Beth Torali group took the ni ative side and participated in SC vices and a breakfast at Tempi Ner Tamid. Officers nl 111TNT Club ai Mark Haddad president; Steven Wolk, Scotl Moore and Buddy Snyder, vice presidents: Barbara Salon, treasurer: Susan Cavell an Shelley l.abalon. secretaries. Saul Sosnowski serves as a< visor to the group. Crandparents. 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Fridc Decerr-ber 25. 1964 *Jmlsti rttrkiiair Paqe 9-A First Combined Jewish Appeal Business and Proles: .onal meeting of the 1965 campaign is held by the Accountants Division at the Dupont P.aza Hotel. Accountants announced a 17 per.ent increase over the 1964 division dinner ai i heard Joseph J. Lyman, Washington attorney, as guest speak?r. left to right are Arnold Stern. Lymcn, Division Chairman Albert J. Beer. Federation President Sidney Lefcourt. Ralph Weisbard, and past chairman of the division. A. B. Wiener. THE BISCAYNE TERRACE 340 Biscayne Boulevard • Miami, Florida FACING BISCAYNE BAY "WHERE THE STARS AND HEAVEN JOIN YOUR ftiTIVIXItS" AT THE BEAUTIFUL NEWLY DECORATED STAIKIJ4.IIT HALMMIOOM SEATING UP TO 300 WEDDINGS CONFIRMATIONS BANQUETS RECEPTIONS LUNCHEONS MEETINGS CATERING Strictly Kosher Facilities Available Under Supervision of RABBI TIBOR H. STERN CALL Miss SHIRLEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792 J Accountants Here Meet for CJA Accoiii tants Dit ision of the Com bined Jewish Appeal met last eek al the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Albert J. Beer, chairman ot the division, announced that 40 pledges were r eived starting the division's i mpaign with an increase ot 17 pi cent over 1064. "Wt are proud that we were able tc start our campaign with .. large number of pledges from leaders of the division, setting the pace in increased giving," Beer decluied. Outstanding Washington Attorney %  '<"%  ph .1. Lyman spoke on "Personal Hazard to CPA's in Tax Fraud Case." Lyman w a • introduced by Sidney Lefcourt, president ol the Greater Eshkol Backed by Mapai Party; Ben Gurion Suffers Big Defeat Continued from Paoe 1-A i it v :marked by popular istrations, one in Haita and v students an I (acuity bcrs of Bar-liar. University. Even wall po ters appeared m Tel Aviv ii>.->ailinj him. The old warrior indicated, nevertheless that he intended to keep in. his fight, declaring in a letter to the Central Committee, that "no demonstrations, no posters, not cu'ii thi pleadings of the people'' would move him from his decision achieve ani the accounting profe don. Daniel Neal Heller, local attorney discussed the I9t>3 CJA needs loi serving Jewry both at home i and abroad. Pasl National Commander of [he Jewish War Veteranand Florida Stale chairman of the l J.\ Young Leadership Campaign L'abinet, Hell) r noted that once jgain in 1963, a record number ol Jews will be on ii" 1 move through, ut tl c wot ; Israel and to free nations, en ting from lands of [ear and < %  : < %  ••ion "We rtv provide them with ihe trar.sp ration, housing, food, nd traiiiii lhat will help them star* a ne re ill a land of ireedoni, .nd the >ame time our CJA moil et ihe local needs of a growi | Miami community," he saici. Beer ann ice I I lal in keeping ii., %  %  ( omplete the \,, Division drive by j;,., 30 %  oi the profession had act inents to tell ,to those not pe A .,. 1)01 -, to announce ci ntit •! rest oi this plan v ,il bo he! ii Dec 21. he stated. jZiJj 6 } *^JmJ tm tor Elegant Function* 'complete Catering Facilities !or that Special 'Party served in superb tashion setting that I*"-* will reflect your good taste. -.--.aMUMfci J CONFIRMATIONS RECEPTIONS .WEDD.NGJ ^^ BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tete a tate or a gala calabration with 3.500 u..t.. EAUVILLE Charlai Miller. Executive Food Director ON THI OCI*M AT •lll PHONE: UN 5-8511 %  T, HdlAPai BEACM the smartest three words you can say about a function: DOM 1l$to£** K %  Variety Elects Henry 0 &\\ Henrj i %  I Miami Beach. ., je ven< %  volunl e ol Variety < %  •„!,. has "'"i elected chiel barkv, Other Oil ers named at the annual eiei cheon held m the Dcauville Hotel recently were Iheodore J. Goldstein, first assistant chief barker; Abe Gnreviti second i %  rdon Spradley, property master; anil Franklin W : %  — %  Buy. Oxell, vvh %  succeeds Tracy Hare, attended the University ol Alal ama, served in the U.S. Air force du \ I War li and i~ a long-time resident ol Miami on the ocean at miami beach A new standard of •legance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed weddingt, luncheons, business meetings ... ranging from 10 to 1000. or in a miami country club setting Spaci'iuanesa is the keynote of your affair amidst the plushness of the Doral Country Club. Weddings, confirmations, banquets are enhanced by the country club atmosphere of thia resort-esUte. For complete detail: please call Mr. David Kovac. Director ol Food and Beceragi Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club JE 2-3600 : WTM.OC.AM AT -SAtlt TT • *'*"' CM mg For Very Special Occasions... THE womat COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine having the entire Diplomat Country Club, youra exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners! Catering facilities for groups of 100-300... available 7 days a week. There'a no other room quite like the Calcutta. Room in thia area! Unlimited free parking. For WltTIMtieM, call 945-9571 in Miami, or WA J-81 1 1 in Hollywood MOLUVWOOD-BY-TMB-SBA • &<**. %  *.."-;*. %  f &,**..*> .-; %  :



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December 25, 1964 +Jewish thrHHan at JM, Rabbi Itor Will III *"' Ike 1 hcn 1 land M r I s* 13 Barne ;t Schwartimen vah on Friday, Dec. 25. ;it Beth iet A Lcvi and CanMoshe Congregation. Rabbi Richbrd M. Marcovitz and Cantor Seymour Hinkes will officiate. An Oneg Shabbat in Wendy's honor will follow the services Popiel Social Hall Wendy U a student at Beth Moshe Hebrew School and attends VV. Lipson will officiate in Saturday morning. Beth David Synagogue ,n David, son of Mr. ,,,'iis Schwartzman, 1917 ',... will be Bar Mit/vah. Is in the tirst year of Paqe 13-B 8. Sehwarfiman Melodye Attain garni'!' \in im ."< % %  -- PWKK IUKKW avuuui dim Hue Hfbrev llish and the eighth grade Thomas Jefferson Junior High. f. Bhenandoah Junior High. He I has sf I til re Class Student t'ounipr'esentative and has receivBar Son Jcck Schim Jill Yagoda Marc Ivler Jan Gars rds for scholastic achievement He was presented with the IS&t Israel Shapoff Award upon ling from the Junior High Department of Beth David Hebrew Sch I His hobbies include tennis and building scale model cars. The Schwartzmans will honor their -on at a family luncheon at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. Mr Schwartzman is director of the Bureau Of Jewish Education ut Gn ter Miami. Barnett is the grandson ot Mrs. Sh] '.' and the late Mr. Shpritz, and the late Mr. and Mrs. 11 !•: s< hwartzman, of Balti. Md. Philip Tempkins Dec. 26. Philip will celebrate his Bar \ Israel of Greater •• erwin st r fficiate. nd Mr>. Abraham i '! NE nth Ct„ No %  ai I the celebrant is an student at John F. Ij Junior High School where ys violin in the school ora His hobbies arc photograhowling and music. P will be honored at a party b> his parents. Jack Schim On Saturday morning, D"c "•;. Jack David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schim, will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Sinai at North Dade. Rabbi Lowy and Cantor Chet Gale "ill officiate. .lack is an eighth grade student at Temple Sinai's Religious School and at Parkv aj Junior Hi Planning a career in elect i • eering, .lack entered a projsciem I and n av • : ludies at way Junior H I Tim Sharpe Tim Lnui son ol Mr and Mrs Joseph \ve.. will observe his Bur Mitzvah on Saturdaj. Dec 26, during moi • rvices con lucted by Rabbi l %  ronish at Temple Beth Sholom. A student in the Temple's confirmation class ,">7_'ii. ihe celebrant is also an 'iahth grade honor dent at Nautilus Junior High, where he serves as president of Home Room, He takehonor math, playsaxophone in the school band. Ia member of the volleyball and basketball teamand has won awards in track, field and swimming. A reception luncheon w ill follow the ceremony, ah al Temple Menorah. of the Irving Laibsons, the Jar Mitzvah is in the school band also plaj s the is ..nd pi! I Nautilus a no. At Ihe rcc ption in the Temple's >ocial Hall that ei ening, his grandits, the Walter Baucrs, along v ilh the !.'.' mard Solomons and Ihe b nard Wallachs, ol Philadel%  .ill p.i. tii pate in a candleny. i" tally for Ihe event ic Ihe 'iar Mitz\ ah %  nev Ij %  his \ I!I Alan or.d Pal %  %  : land. Richard al ihe t< in v ;i" in to B %  • ah Cleii Laura Solomon Laura, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. i Solon i n. i7.Mii NE nth PI., %  .11 observe her Bas Mitzvah on evening, Dec 26, at Beth Ti rah Congregation. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will officiate al the ceremony and present Laura with a Bible on behalf of the Mollie Kuhaner Sisterhood. Laura will continue her education in the tilth grade graduating Hebrew class, Samuel Snyder sanuiel. son Of Dr. and MrAr Tim Sharpe building models and sailing. He a fine pianist. Mr. and Mrs. Max Ivler, of Miami Beach, and Mr. and Mr-. Jacob Singer, ol Long Beach, N.Y., Marc's grandparents, will attend the event. ;• well as relatives and friends from New York and Philadelphia. The celebr ml w ill be honored at a reception immediately follow%  i T\ iceat the Algiers Hotel. 26, at Temple Zamora at the Bar Mitzvah services of Ben. son of Mr. and Mrs, Michael .). Schachter. Ben is an eighth grade student at Palmett i Junior High and a graduate of Temple Zamora Religious School. A reception in his honor will be tendered al the home ol Ml parents on Sunday evening. Neil Weinstein on Saturdaj morning, Dee 26, Neil, son of Mr and Mrs. David h in. uil lie Bar Mitzvah at Temple Or Olom. Rabbi San oil April will officiate. Neil ian eighth grade student al West Miami Junior High, and is ,11 the track team sponsored by Wesl Miami Optimist Club. Attending the Bar Mitzvah will be his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. muel Kravetz, Miami. Wendy Willis daughter of Mrs. lino da i i will celebrate her Bas MitzGET AWAY FROM IT ALL **v b swallowed by th clock? Liv ng doily tn o oto of ihock 7 Toss yowr co's into th too*. -'ayoursoli amd rh fr*s. Big gom* fishing oil day long. tv>| at night with win* ond song! A PARADISE? You con bo suro. Superb dining for th opicur*. Accommodations* Tho vory bost in notiw* charm for you to rott. w hro it this place whereof we boost 9 Just 20 minutes from the U. S. coast. An Island colled Bohomaland Aiure watin. clear sky and sand. Live like o K mg and be free. Come bock to the Big Come Club in Bimini. ^ANCHORS AWEIGH UATEI BIMINI BIG GAME nUIEL FISHING CLUB BIMINI IN THE BAHAMAS /T> Jill Yagoda Saturday morning services, Dee. 26 at Temple Beth Shirah. will include the Bas Mitzvah oi Jill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Yagoda, 9525 SW 73rd Ave. Rabbi Morris A Skop and Cantor Herman K Gottlieb will officiate. Jill ian eighth grade -indent at Palmetto Junior High and a member ol the Future Teachers o| Americ i. She is secretary-treasurer and wiitoi tor th '•'! v un 8 • ll dea group i I Ihe Temple. The Yagod. will osl K in their daughter's honor Bruce Rappe E irlj ii' n in sen ices day. Dec 26, ene 1 %  Olom will includi the Bar Mitzvah ol Bi ice II ippc. Bruce i a studenl al Ihe remple Religious Sihool and Nautilus Junior High. Mr and Mrs Michael Rapp i 8,th St. ".II hosl a reception in their son's honor followii I i ceremony, Harriet Perei Harriet, daughter Oi Mr ami Mrs Robert Perez, was Bas Mitzvah on Friday evening, Dec 18. at the Israelite Center, with Rabbi s T Swirsky officiating. T he celebrant attends Ponce junior High and the CenterReligioua School. The Oneg Shabbat following services and a party in ******** Saturday evening were basted by the Bas Mit/vahs parents ill her home. Moshe Kravewas Mrl Louis Kravekwas. 1320 5th Mrs. 1,-uis Kravekas 1320 b Ter., Miami Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Milodye Attain i Jewish Center will I %  e joint l Inej Shabbat. Morr Brooks, founder and charier member nf the Center, will be on Jan, i and his granddaughter "ill be Bas Mitzvah al th< ame service. Brooks lelodye will conduct the enr ,.,'. and Rabbi Zevi Greenv.ald ill deliver the sermon and welcome the over 2.".u people "ho are expected to attend. Brooks has been assisting at High Hoh Day services tor all but i" o years ^t Southwest since the Center was lounded. Mclodye is an eighth grade student at West Miami Junior High School. She is an active member of the Spanish Club and the Girls Chorus. Oneg Shabbat is being sponsored by Melodye's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Allain, and her grandmother, Mrs. Morris Brooks. On Saturday. Jan. 2. Melodye is being given a reception dinner party at thur Snyder. of 990 NE 175th St.. the Balmoral Hotel by her grandwill become Bar Mitzvah Saturday, parents. Dec 26, at Beth Torah CongregaArnold Klin Isaac Mi u*eli hit "ill officiate Bar Mitz ah of Arnold of Mr. anl Mrs Bernard Klein, durini Saturday morning, ;. al the Marseilles Hotel Present tor the occasion will be grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dratch, of New York. I nd Mr. Herman Klein. Of Miami Beach. Kiddush will follow the services. tion. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will officiate, assisted by Cantor BenZion Kirschenbaum. Samuel will i e presented with a Bible on behalf i the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood The Bar Mitzvah is an honor student in the Hebrew High School ,-es as religious vice lent ol the TNT Club, and vx ill chant a large portion oi the as well as conduct the -. • \ ice J,in Gars ehrman "ill officiMit; ,.,h ol Jan. son \l, an I Mrs, Invin Car-, on 26, at Temple, Emanu El. i ghth grade at Fisher Junior High S< rlarinet in the concert He also plays the flute and saxophone. He is in the accelerated mathematics program and an avid science student, His hobby is collecting minerals and rocks, -lampand coins, and he is an ,ger fisherman. Mr and Mrs. Robert Cars. Jan's grandparents, are coming from n .,„,o Califand his grandmother Mrs. Regina Sternberg. is coming from Bronx, N.Y., to help celebrate the occasion. Other relatives are coining from New York siate and Philadelphia, Pa. The celebrant will be honored at a reception Saturday Deauville Hotel. Joel Berger Joel Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Berger. and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Berger. Miami. will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.' {..ogue Youth. Dec. 26. Ceremony will be held at ;h< Wilshire Boulevard Temple in Los Angeles, Calif. \ -indent in the eighth grade. Joel is an athlete and plays baseball with the Police Athletic ue. A reception in his honor will be hold at the Sportsmen's Lodge. Hollywood. Calif. The Walter Bergers and maternal grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. Oi v. of Liberty. N. Y., v ill be in Los Angeles for the occasion. Mlamsans Attend USY Convention In Chicago Delegates from the Greater Miami area representing Temple Emanu-El, 3eth Torah Congregation, Beth David Congregation, and' Temple Sinai of Hollywood, %  are attending the national United Svnagogue Youth convention in Chicago on Dec. 24 through 27. The group is under the direction ol Marshall Baltuch, advisor of t h e Beth Torah and Temple Emanu-El USY groups, and Rabbi Allen Rutchik, director of the Southeast Region, United SynaThe annual convention, a highlight of the United Synagogue Youth year, is the largest teen-age convention held in the country. Fourteen hundred delegates, representing over 600 congregations in the Conservative movement, are meeting tor four days of study and deliberation. The convention theme Is exploring the Sabbath as a meaningful day in the Jewish -acred calendar. Ben Lewis Rabbi Hershel Brooks will officiate on Saturday morning, Dec. The Southeast Region of the I -.lied Syna ogue Youth is one of ten regions in the national organi/ tion and its delegation is being led by Kenneth Platt, of Temple Sinai, who is region president. at the Jack Kati jack, son ol Mr. and Mrs Harry KaU of 18201 NE 7th Ct. will celebrate his Bar Mittvah on Saturday, Dec. 26, at Beth Torah Congregation. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will ofn-T %  >! Kneseth Israel Congre. t thc ceremony, assisted g^tion Rabbi David Lehrfie.d will £ %  £, Bcl ,zion Kirschenbaum. Officiate during the service. Moshe is a seventh grade student at the Ida F.-her Junior High S K Uldush will be held in the,j Lgjgue following the services to bonor of Moshe, followed by a rece pUon at the Embassy Restaurant. jack is in the fifth grade graduating Hebrew class. Marc Ivler Dr Irving Lehrman will officiate .„ the Bar Mitzvah of Marc, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Myron Ivler. on Saturday. Dec. 26, at Temple Emanu-El. Marc attends seventh grade at ,,,;, M. Fisher Junior High School. Jeffrey Laibson 'Vi: cm WANT TO SEE SOMETHING INTERESTING? "BLAST OFF" TO COCOA BEACH FOR THE WEEKEND TOUR CAPE KENNEDY (Open To The Public Sundays From 1:00 P.M.-4:00 P.M.) 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A nju< ovnan s IJUorU ]Tewislri Florxdiiaiti Miami, Florida. Friday, December 25, 19b4 Section B Mrs. Krensky 'Woman of Year' A^~ ring the award presented to Mrs. Inez Krensky as Wornthe Year by the Greater Miami Women'? Division, Amer: ::ends of the Hebrew University, are Heft So right) Mrs. guest speaker. Mrs. Avraham Harman. wife of the Ambassador to the United States; and luncheon chairMrs. Philip Thau. Hi: : % %  %  Mrs. Inez Krensky wa honored as "Woman ot the Year" by over 500 leaders o I the American Friends of the Hebrew University at a luncheon at the Fontainebieau Hotel last Thursday. Rabbi Lewi Kronish, spiritual leader ot Temple Beth Sholom, where Mrs. Krensky is a pasl president t the sisterhood, presented her with an illuminated scroll memorializing the event. Sponsored by the Greater Miami Women's Division, the overflow gathering Including Mayors Chuck Hall and Melvin Richard, heard Rabbi Kronieh cite Mrs. Krensky's many contributions to the community and to philanthropy. In addition to being a past president ot Beth Sholom Sisterhood, the honoree is the current Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division chairman and a past president of the Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary. she was 'he first chairman of hostesses for the Miss Universe Pageant. Mayor Richard presented Mrs. Krensky with a key to the city in recognition of her service to the Miami Beach community's many projects. Mis. Abraham Harman. guest -peaker. discussed the vital importance "f education to the development and growth of the State •.f Israel and praised the contributions to higher learning made by the Hebrew University. Mrs. Harman is chairman of the board ot UNICEF and has been I-rael's representative on leading UN committees for many years. Two outstanding contributions ere announced at the luncheon, both toward the construction oi the Miami Humanities Building on the Jerusalem campus of the Hebrew University. Mrs. Carrie R. Sapiro, ^ ho introduced Mrs. Harman, pledged the construction ot the entrance to the Miami Humanities Building, which will lie dedie d in her honor. Mrs. Tessie Litt. of Miami Beach, will .-.pon-oi the construction of a room in the building. Participating in the program also were MrIrving Lehrman. who delivered the invocation; Mrs. ruth Johnson Berger. who just returned from an extended tour of Israel; Mr-. Samuel Simonhoff, president of the Women's Division: ;,nd Mrs. Philip Thau, luncheon chairman. '' Carrie R. Sapiro (left) is congratulated by Mrs Avraham £nWght), wife cf he Israel Ambassador to the United £ es quest cpeake. a. the luncheon of the American Friends r. '^brew University. Looking on is Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, en's Division piesident. n j bv ISABEL GRCVE upon House will honor Dr. 11 Kaplan at his home. Normandy Dr. Miami on Sunday from ? to %  > During the occasion, a To be presented at Ambassador's Ball is E'len G^'l Shor :'er, daughter of Mr. and Mis. Eddie Schaffpr, who will be one of 16 air's in a debuceremony Saturday ut the Fontain Q ) Hotel. Ellen goes to Miami Bec::i High and hop?3 t< E r a ride is University. story. Page 6-A.) portrait of Dr. Kaplan at 90 by E Allen Becker will lie present ed to Harold Thurman, president Ol Temple Israel ot Greater Mlami Himany Friends are invited to attend the function • • The Herman Kisenbergs. of Sheridan Ave., home from •• WP north where they visited children atul grandchildren First .,„p was Hartford. Conn., where the Kisenbergs were feted on the occasion of the 25th anniversary „, „„, Hartford Yeshiva which Ihey founded in 1939 .Firs' president ol the school until 195.!. vllt n ,hey came to Florida and now honorarj lite president. Mi. Eisenberg was one of the principal speakers at the Silver Jubifee dinner attended by over 600 community, religious and cultural leaders at the Static, n.i ton Hotel • %  Nex( St..,, was Kew Gardens. „„. a visit with daughtei Lcila -, husband Bernie and grandd?nnVat ihe i of mece n erhe. Rabbi and M rael Mi Her. of Kings ^£r^ato^Sent, „P rriva Orah J I %  Continued on Page SB STARTS SATURDAY AT ALL 6 BURDINE'S STORES hurry for your big values sheets, pillows, towels, linens, more Fill your linen closets from cor vast and varied selections, find big values in new home fashions. You I. wan, to stock up now for gifts later, for the bride, for anniversaries, for special occasions. Hurry in, wr„e or call the Sordine's nearest you. Us. vour *esy Burdine's credit no down payment. WEST PALM BEACH



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Friday. December 25, 19T4 /pn/*f PkrSrSgmm Paqe lb-A Chanuka was celebrated at Beth Sholom beginning with a program presented by slucenls of the Beth Sholom Religious School. All classes participated, and singing was led by Can'.or David Conviser. The Temple PTA served a traditional lunch and every child reIhe direction of Mrs. Naomi Altschuler, teachceived a gift. First year Hebrew class under er. presented a Hebrew play entitled "A Chanuka Party" before an audience of some 200 parents. Participating were (left to right) Ronnie Foreman, Preston Dortch, Steven Hoo, Karen Unger, Barry Garfield, Samuel Morjain and Daniel Grief. Homecoming Set At Menorah This Weekend Annual Homecoming activities at Temple Menorah ill include a program sponsored by the Temple for returning college students. Personal invitations were sent out in every college student to attendI a "Turkey Luncheon with the Rabbi" on Saturday following services at 12:110 p.m. Meeting in the Temple's Social Hall, the students "ill have an opportunity to discuss mutual problems facing college students today. Rabbi Abramowitz will lecture on "The Discipie and the Discipline." Every student will receive a printed text of the lecture as a guide for the "buzz session" which will follow the formal lecture. B'nai Raphael Party Fund • Rai ring V i c e Presid< Nat Wilensky, of Congregati n B'nai Raphael, announces a N< Vcai's Eve party to begin al p.m.. Thursday, Dec 31, at uoi N 183rd St. Music will be bj B Curbelo and his band NEW! FREE! A REVISED EDITION OF FAMOUS 24-YEAR HEBREW-ENGLISH CALENDAR CJAppeal Lists Campaign Cabinet Dr. Irving Lehrman. cnairman In inviting the communal leadPallot. the 1'Hi") Combined Jewish Apn> to serve on this top level cam is announced the appointuaign body, Iv alibi Lehrman called Irving Kubin. John Serbin. Saul enl of a Campaign Cabinet comupon them "to lend their prestige Serving as hosts and hostesses for the returning college youths arc Jamie Barkin and Janice Rcvitz. University Of Miami; Martin Krovetz and Susan Stamler, University of Florida; Charles Stratder Muss. Stanley C. Myers, Max ton and Joan Feldman. MiamiOrovitZ E. Albert Pallot. Norton Dade Junior College; Kenny Sussnian. Florida State University; and, from out of state schools. Leslie Puchs, Marjorie Frankel. Ronald Rosen and Barbara Segal. Joseph M. Rose. Leonard Rosen, ed oi the president of Federation and members of the Federals Executive Committee, and Ol the Trades and ProfesDivision and of the Worn. ision. Peisal's Letter Found in London Continued from Page 1-A experience, knowledge and sound Silberman. Harry Sirkin, Milton judgment to the important annual sirkin, George Sogg, George Talcampaign." ianoff, Byron ,l. Topol, Carl Wrinkle. Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Milton Members of the 1985 Campaign u/eiss. Cabinet, to date, include Leonard Abess, William Agranove, Sidney D. Ansin. Jacob M. Arvey, Mrs. Ruth Berger, Jerry Blank. Sam Blank. Louis Bresler, Mrs. Richard Brickmau, Shepard Broad. Leo A. Cliaikin. Joseph Cohen. Leon Ell.. 'I In 1 Host Committee met with Rabbi Abramowitz on Tuesday v hen the entire program for the Homecoming Weekend was arranged. b 1Q33SS5J%£^ J£ All Hebrew doles—dow of Ihe week—equivalent English dutis —191,8 lo 196?—Jin i*h holiday.-: fo l'J?J, This Calendar absolutely free to our readers. Mention name of publication when writing. Send post-card or letter to:— H.J. Heinz Co., Dept. J2, Box 67, i'uuburfch, Pa. 15230. Qood cJlAugfc which he hoped to get help in building his kingdom. Paul Faske, A. C. Fine. David B. Fleeman, Samuel x. Friedland, was expelled from .Mrs. A. L. Glickman, Burton B. the French in 1920, his Goldstein, Nathan S. Gumenick, Marshall S. Harris, Sam .1 Heiman. Dr. Norman S Jaffe. Ernest Janis. Howard Kane. Aaron M. Kanner. Also, [rving Kaplan. Leon Kaplan, Louis Kenin. Jay I. Kislak. Mrs. Inez Krensky. Dr. Irving .. nbetween the Jews and Arabs Lehrman. Sidney Lefcourt. Sam C. Palestine. Feisal'g pro-Zionist Levenson, Joseph M. Lipton, Sam letter was part of that correspondLuby. Jr.. Baron de Hirsch Meyer. ence Ben Meyers, Emil Morton. Alexanr he Syria by hltitude toward Zionism became lust ice Frankfurter was iser in 1919 to the Zionist i.ni at the Versailles Peace Conference, and carried on a cor: %  • !> ndence with Feisal in an efto bring about peaceful relaIS DURING THE WEEK... US I SEE II Continued from Page 4-A oeatedly Justifying the re.ence of Israel long after t In :. sense, this remains n 'ait ion's rut. as well: his itle with I avon and Bl (he other nil on-builders. hands w re sli htlj u Iding prcx i Mr Ben-Gurion may not want any tie to the -political dirt" of the past; while Mr Eshkol seems' inclined to be concerned : what iand "ill vel be i-' i i]ja erall> seem to sense this, and not evi n the Lavon af fair can erase Mr. Ben Guri person d miscalcul i powerfully influential ,'; :i?LES FEARLMAN. A.S.A. s,ne. D iS7; I > c>;^' M.,„i.r A'.ienr.in Society of Appr.v on Senior Member American Society Appr.v Mem! r


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' age 4-A lUMtf tUridtor Friday. December 25, o*. .. i. ; ....*.-.;. %  ~ Je wi sh Flor idian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 30S-696-4869 "RED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher 1ZO MINDLIN Executive Editor 5ELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher The J*wlh Plorldt in rtoen no! nuiniiitvc the Kn-hnub %  f •••! Ir itrti|on>n Published every Krtdny since l27 by Th .lewl-h rinrtdlM :U ISO N.K. Sixih Sire.-t. Miami I. Florida. Baooad-ClMa PoMacs Pal I ai Miami. Plorkla. Thi Jawith Floridian has abioroed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Assn., American Assn. of English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year $5 00 Three Years $12 00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 37 Number 52 20 Teveth 5725 Friday. December 25, 1964 Security Council Still Procrastinates The Security Council has overnelmingly voted agcinst the Mor: rear, resolution 'hat would hove .amed Israel for the border battle atween Israel and Syria on Nov. 13. Nevertheless, the Council now : ills upon both countries to co; Dercte fully with the Mixed Armis:e Commission, and has set the attsr aside until Mar. 31. Until en, an Ameiican-British resolution : alls upon the Council to avoid amiag either country for the battle. The resolution has been formu•ed in the face ot Gen. Odd Bull's port several weeks ago, which early indicts Svria for the a'.tack. We find it difficult to understand e basjs for such procrastination. 'hy should the Council be afraid to oint the finger at the tiue culprit? J.-esumably. by Mar. 31, the tacts ill be fuliy gathered anu evaluated. i Jt so far as most observers are con: mod, they already have been. Once again, the high UN body seems to be partial toward avoiding r .partiality. Ambassador's Ball Here The Israel Bond Organization here will 1 old its annual Ambassador's Ball on Satur: ay evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel. The by now traditional function is a gay social occasion, which this year will single out Mrs. Anna Brenfler Meyers for her dis'inguished contributions. Above and beyond the ceremony, which troduces the community's young ladies comec:-age, will be the clear purpose of the ball, .e achievement of the 1964 Israel Bond goal c! S2,500,000 in sales set last spring. Israel Bond leaders here feel that the goal %  ill be met, and then seme. While he Am. sador's Ball is a joyous social function, it : !so serves to remind us of the serious contribu%  on of the sale of bonds to the welfare of the State of Israel. Thus, in every way the ball Scturday r .ght should prove to be a satisfying event ;.r those attending. We take this opportunity particularly to congratulate Mrs. Meyers for her distinguished c.tation and to applcud the purpose of bond sales generally, 'he economic and industrial c evelopmeni of the Jewish State. the community. And rather than sell the community on a long, drawn-out capital fund drive. it seemed far wiser to amortize the Westbrooke undertaking. We feel the move is a good one and that, after weighing all the facts, there was no better available choice. The Y Moves Forward A major decision was made this week with e r nnouncement c: the purchase by the 7MHA of Westbrooke Cabana Club to serve s tne hub of its Dcde County operation and ouse the Y's administrative headguarters. The purchase was ratified by the Grea'ei Miami Jewish Federation last Thursday night, roth the Federation and the Y gave it careful scrutiny and weighed all the facts. With today's transportation and express. ay sys-'sm, the new facility will be readily : ccessible in a short amount of travel time :.om any part of Dade County. Definite statements indicate that the new Miami Southwest Jewish Community Center .•-ill main'ain the image of a YMHA. In this regard, it is gratifying to note the anticipation y Y officials of the launching of a conversion program for some of its activities in the near future. And assurance was given that the or: anization will continue to operate branch activities on Miami Beach and in the North Dade areas. Much of the decision to purchase Westbrooke depended on the fact that the Y had ttle alternative bu to expand its presently .. %  adequate facilities it it was properly to serve Tribute to Churchill The Zionist tribute to Sir Winston Churchill is a sentimen'al one on the occasion of Sir Winston's 90th birthday. His only son. Randolph S. Churchill, flew to New York to accept the award on behalf of his father. Sir Wi niton has often characterized himself as a Zionist. His leadership in world affairs at the time of Israel's reemergence makes the two seem a historic unity. The Theodor Heizl Award to him, characterizing the great World War II leader as a "devoted fiiend of Zionism and Israel Reborn," is therefore apt in a warm and amiable way. Still, we can not help forgetting Sir Winston's iole in the establishment of Tiansjordan back in 1921. It was an act of the former British Prime Minister's vision into the future: his way ot reducing the scope and significance of the ultimate Zionist victory in the Middle Fast he foresaw as a threat to his own country's in'erests there. We join in the Zionist Organization of America's tribute to a great and gallant democratic leader. But Sir Winston's role in this regard thould not muddy the water of his effort to thwart the fullest meaning of Israel reborn a quarter of a century before the fact. Dr. Kaplan at 90 during the week as i see it i • • • i i bf LEO MINDLIN SAW David Ben-Gu two weeks before he' The Government 1 new complex of ^ includ was in \ process of construction**., from the Hebrew U\\7 His offices were on the i floor of an lm witag f ^featuring stained gla clows at the side of signed. ya. the tags and quarters the Parliament Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will be honored at Temple Israel this Friday night on the occasion of his 90th birthday. (See Page 10-A.) Dr. Kaplan has had a distinguished career as a spiritual leader, and his contributions to the Greater Miami scene go back as far as some forty years ago. Dr. Kaplan is an author. He has been a teacher at the university. His service to Temple Israel, where he is rabbi emeritus, still brings fond memories to a host of the Temple's congregants. His distinctions cross the boundary of parochial activity. Dr. Kaplan's endeavor in the field of in'erfaith affairs remains a pioneering hallmark for our community. Those who pay Dr. Kaplan honor Friday night at Temple Israel will be saluting one of Greater Miami's accomplished personalities. staircase. Behind his desk. I recall walnut cabinets for his hook journals. We sat and talked a long time. The "private" im was as private as it could be in the presence of his press officer" 11 took notes on just about every word we exchanged. It is quite clear that he knew his intentions by then l had previously briefed on which questions would be considered off Iv. This left little really to t~" subjects in his discussion Why didn't they come to Israel to stav send their children for a few years? y to talk about except Mr. Ben-Gurion's hZ ussions with Americans: Did they know HebreJ permanently? Would a, Were the) Zionist dreimw who had forgotten that the dream was fulfilled and that Zionism7 now. itself, be forgotten? Such an interview could really be done without visiting the Phi Minister at all. He sounded off frequently, enough about these thing Besides, there was an even more important Issue rocking Israeli that very moment: the official visit to the country ot former German Defense Minister Franz Josef Stiaus. Wherever I had in the big cities and on the highways. I saw signs reading: "Itaus Straus." The mood was an ugly one. I remember bumping Herr Straus in the hallways of the Dan Carmel Hotel He rounded b\ agents. West German and Israeli ;IT I • | i %  • I h Bun tri'i I is P pel fai lt!i IflOl ct fici mil fersi i", ur I off A MR MORE BASIC RlfT "THE PEOPLE FELT thai Mr Ben-Guricn >.. Defense Minister arrived on the heels of F Minister Go* Men's announcement to the world of West German nuclear I ;it work in Egypt, How could the two be ratioi Despite J briefing, I managed 'o ask questions about this issue Thi were grudging Mr, Ben-Gurion would launch into I j wind up in :t critical attack upon is Jewrj del he I J sured mc deserved and received himost exall | but they supplied the financial wherewithal ol Israel's reei | Two weeks later, he announced his n world In retrospect, I think it would be unreal to s tin the Straus invitation forced his hand, Other thin • ; significance were brewing in Israel in Maj and .lune, 191 CM t a inly, the German question was an important oi and n even new. But Straus was merely a nettle to Ben-Gurion's politica opponents, and he had man) of them, There was. for example, in mid-May a bitter debate between th. Prime Minister and Menachem Beigin, leader Ol the llerut Party! whom Mr. Ben-Gurion accused on the floor ol Parliament ol beuJ the successor to a Jewish movement steeped in N'azi and Fascia* methods and principles. The sum of this sort ol exchange then. ar.J even today was window-dressing for a far more basic rift REASON fOR BG'S RESIGNATION IAAVID BEN-GURION was several years ago characterized by Li< %  Magazine as one of the greatest living statesn en 1 do not believe the characterization to be far fetched; neither will most people want to deny him his place in history Hut Mr Ben-Gurion. in Mjj anxious haste to root Israel in the Western tradition, has been prea ing his country toward the achievement of a variet) ol ends that see irreconcilable with political realities at the moment, Primarily, he has been fighting for electoral reform and the duction of the number of parties On the other hand earl)' %  *• Israel's history. Indeed just before Mo-he Sharetts prime minister ship. Mr. Ben-Gurion was. himself, responsible for the proliferation M parties as a consequence of his own courtship with the I groups for the strengthening of ins coalition It is therefore eas) for Mr Ben-Gurion to emei todaj on a white charger long alter Ins personal participation in the fighting that has produced the present problems The more fundamental truth behind his resigi ', ^i iundoubtedly rooted in the German question al larm coupled iu his unrelenting drive toward electoral rel inn W envisioned, as I predicted al the tune, was for his Eshlcol, to find himself Incapable of rule ovei so i the Israel Government Coalition. This would have meant an im nation lor him to return on his own terms, when he i greater effectiveness toward the achievemenl political end SENTIMENT fOR ESHKOl STRONGER THAN EVER A S OF NOW, it seems that Mr Ben-Gurion Perhaps Mr, Kshkol does not have the hallmark ol cwwn eneraved upon him. but his handling ol tin as '" cool and full of accomplishment Charles de Gi Ben-Gurion In his particular esteem; indeed, the t much alike in thenmonolithic view ol things B who received royal treatment at the hands ot thi United States, it was Mr Kshkol who also mana tod de a l ". u % if on a less dramatic level, but a no less effective one ,.' llor Mr. Kshkol who arranged a meeting with Wesl i *" Ludwig Erhard. with the date not quite Cully set for public con tion at the time of his resignation. .Vnned In fact, no one In Israel panicked, as Mr Ben-GuriC c 1 I •r i everyone would, one the initial shock of his departure tta ^ et has anyone since implored him to return from the wil.:-<> %  ^ ( to assume the prime ministership again Hence Mr Ben %  • ^ clever in-tighter, found it necessary to resort to othei me ^ ^, Pinehas I.avon affair, which had been Investl n >"e i which Mr Ben-Gurion demanded some two weeks ago be a tenth. i eas | Clearly, this forced Mr. Eshkol to step down, •'" time t o of now. it seems equally clear thai Israel learned live without Mr. Ben-Gurion at the helm. Sentiment for 1 F.shko! jeii Gurion."* 1 appears to be mounting more than ever b. [ore Mi Ben ^ ( insists that he wants personal exoneration from res| >n ^ Mf 1954 "security mishap." and that the previous ,,x '' n '< 'rd in'' %  Lavon points the finger at him. may be malting In'"' .' i n th name of his future image in history. Monolithic men terms. %  a knut mor'' But Israel is mature enough today to be """* fj hi < 0 c than former heroes. This was the wa> of Abba f-bai %  ^ political decline, who could not manage to free Mmseu Continued on P9 5 A



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Page 4-B • 'Jen1st fkrlaffon Friday. Decemre: '.'. >men'fl League for Israel, Florida Chapter, first anniversary donor luncheon in the newly-organized Miami Beach %  a: the Dcral Hotel on Jen. 6 at nc Shown recr ere Mrs. Tanya Wolshin; Mrs. TIS Schoor. membenhip chairmen; Mrs. Sarah Chesslei, recording secretcrv; Mrs. Edith Kapell, first vice president; Mrs. Elsa Lewis, recording secre*ary; Mrs. Sylvia Perlman, publicity chairman. Seated are Mrs. Sam Friedlcr.d, financial secretary; Mrs. Michael Tatken, Florida Chapter president; I u Faye Tupler, Miami Beach Chapter president; : :ry Kaden corresponding secre• and Mrs. Jacob Weitzer, second vice president. Proceeds will maintain a blind person for one year in the Natanya Home of the League. Featured entertainmen* will be Miss Joyce Farber, singer. Mrs. Glickman To Chair Beach CJAppeal Division Appointment of Mrs. A. L. C.lickman as Miami Beach chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division was announced jointIs by Women's Division Chairman Mrs. Inez Kren-ky and Dr. Irving I.ehrman, CJA general chairman. The announcement was made at a meeting of 1964 division chairmen and 1965 chairmen chosen thus far in the campaign. Mrs. Carl Weinkle. past chairman of the Women'. Division. was hostess for the meeting at her home in the absence of Mrs. Krensky. The appointment of Mrs. Glickm.in was a highlight of the meeting, at which tentative plans for a Women's Division campaign proI tin were dlSCUSSI d. An Initial Gifts luncheon of the %  ion. to 're held m Y> bruarjr, II ni ... the major highlights of v activity. which will many traditional lunchand :pecia] eventn tx ; 11 the campaign. Mrs. Carl Weinkle (left). 1964 CJA Women's Division chairman, and a co-chairman of the 1965 Women's Initial Gifts Commit'^e, is shown with Mrs. A. L. Glickman, who has accepted the position o* Miami Beach chairman for the women's campaign. Announcement of Mrs. Glickman's appointment was made at a meeting held at Mrs. Weinkle's home at which preliminary preparations were made for the 1965 Women's Division campaign. Friends Hear Bock Review Some 50 members and guests of the Friend, of the Surf-Bal-Bay Library gathered last week at the home of Mrs. Lee Howard, 8986 Bay Dr.. for a discussion of the biography of Clara Schumann. "Concerto" was reviewed by Mr.. George Sogg. vice president and program chairman of the Friends. Mrs, Sot;sanu several compositions by Hubert Schumann, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Lillian Nelson. Refreshments were served by Mr-. Howard, with Mrs. Ralph Cramer, Bay Harbor membership chairman, and Mrs. A. D. Smith, Hal Harbor membership chairman, assisting her. Social Club New Year's Fete Miami Friendly Social Club plans a New Year's Eve party at the Israelite Center on Dec. 31 starting at 8:90 p.m. Program will feature entertainment b> c intor Louis Cohen, accompanied at the piano by his wife. Cocktail hour begins at 9 p.m., with dance music. Heading the committee are Max Garshag, president, and Mrs. Garshag, Mrs. Joseph Braff, Mrs. isi-, dor Silver. Mrs. Louis Rovner, David Cashwan, Mrs. Rose Cortez, Mrs. Minerva Cohen. .Mrs. Minnie StieglitZ, Yale Shulnian and Mrs. Max Abramovitz. ClOTHIS tm^toH DAKS 2V Qr ira.s.Sii ORIGINALS Be.ic h w<-ai Sportswear A. ridDcra.iafiery up to AXXXL. These Famous Labels jj; At Important Savings Wt HI lory Mil I in 12 It II 608 Lincoln lid., MB. f.m..l Quality CMfctor* 2465 E. Sunns* Blvd., Ft. Laud. Dmntr from 5 P.M. with Bill Jordan and hit world famowt twin pianot STtAKS CHOPS Daily Specials Supper iervd 'til 5 A.M. 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Page 12-B Jewist) nrrkflnr Friday, December 25, 1964 Hibiscus Lodge Plans Function Plans are now under way for a "Past Master's Night" sponsored by Hibisi us Masonic Lo Ige on Jan. 24 at the Deauville Hotel i rber has been appoint i %  lai o the i. and be has named Norton Pallot and Sandy Hildebrandt as ai evening N*. ill honor H Katzen, an official ol Norton Tire Company, and one ol the youngest civic leaders ever to be elevated to the post ot worshipful master. Mapping plans lor a New Year's eve party and dance are Norman Sholk, Charles Z. Spingarn, chairman, and Herbert Cashvan. of Beth David Men's Club. The affair will be catered by Beth David's catering manager, Lloyd Apple, in the Grand Ballroom of Spector Hall. Planning for the New Year's Eve party to be held at Temple Menorah (lef*. to right) seated are Mrs. Charles Wolf, treasurer of affair; Mrs. Sam Belsky, Sisterhood president; and Mrs. Milton Singer, chairman. Standing ar*i Mis. Liber Ringer, table arrangements; Mrs. Samuel Graham, table reservations; Mrs. Moe Kurman and Mrs. Hyman Bergad, tickets. Mrs. Leo Sonnenblick, co-chahman, is not shown. The function will be held in the Temple Social Hall. Dr. Goodman President-Elect Dr. Michael uoodnian has been installed as president-elect of the Florida Rehabilitation Association at its recent annual meeting in Orlando. Executive director of Miami's Jewish Vocational Service. Dr. Goodman also serves as president )f the Dade County Chapter of the association. The FRA membership is composed of 2,500 physicians, social workers, rehabilitation counselors, occupational therapists and psychologists interested in rehabilitation of handicapped people. Dr. Goodman received his Mas ter's of Education degree in guidance and counseling from the University of Miami in 1951. He obtained his doctorate degree in rej habitation counseling from New York University in 1957. He has been associated with Jew-1 ish Vocational Service since 1958. administering rehabilitation pro j grams for handicapped Dade Coun-1 tians of all faiths. Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, discusses the Temple's annual Homecoming with his daughter, Miss Rosalind Lehrman, a senior at the University of Miami. Homecoming Set At Emanu-El Editor to Speak Before UN Group th ) v. II Seney. author of "The Grean [nv i-;on." and managing itor of th'' Miami Beach Sun. guest speaker at a meeting the Am rican Association for i United Nations on Monday. 8 at Washington Federal. 1234 -hington Ave. Nexl general session of the or• ,, ation islated for Jan. J:> llation of officers of the ortion will be held Sunday :;: To be installed are B. Bayard Strait, president; vice presidents. Pro'. Andre S. Bialolenki, Mrs. Toby Emancel, Abraham Grunhut, Harry Perkel, Mrs. Phi'ip Thau; treasurer, H. P. Forrest; lecording secretary, tames Hotehkijs; parliamentarian, Judge Hsnry Balaban. FOUNTAIN DESK PEN SET • Cor writing comfort and efficiency • Full choice of poinS styles • Perfect for home or office Board of Directors includes Mrs. Marie Balaban. Judge Milton Feller, Hon. llvman Galbut. Wally Gluck, Jack Cordon. Mayor Chuck Hall. MisI) ;i';i Hill. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Dr Irving Lehrman, Dr. Solomon Lichter, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers Leo Mindlin, Hy Morns. Joel IV New man. lion Ken tuth oka. Hon. Elliott Roosevelt, Mrs Elliott Roosevelt, Rev. R, Wiley Scott, Irvin R. Schindler, Miss Laura J Shepard. Judge Harold B Span George Wolpert New Year's Eve Party Beth Moshe Congregation, I:MO W Dixie Hwy., will usher in the New Year at a party on Dec. 31. Reservations for the function may be made at Bethe Moshe. Synagogue Maps Activities Here The Sabbath at Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue will be dedicated to the State of Israel and litcurrent political problems. Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader, will review Israel's present controversy in light of the country's electoral system. The synagogue will initiate a new educational program of Friday Night Forums beginning Friday, Jan. 8. The series will be known as "Ask the Rabbi." Rabbi Stern will answer all questions, which must be submitted in written form one week prior to each forum. Charier Da) will be observed by Iht synagogue on April 4. 1965 at the Deauville Hotel. An award will be presented in the form ol a free vacation for two for the entire Passover season at the Coronet Hotel. George Simon is general chairman of the Charter Day Award. Co-chairman is Mrs, Edyth Som. mer, vice president of Sisterhood. ASK FOR No. 112 BARNETT'S OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT 221 N.I. 5th STREET-Miomi 1608 WASHINGTON AVE.-M.B. 134 N.I. 1st STREET-Miomi 272 VALENCIA--Coral Gables Ph. PI 4-3457 Temple Emanu-El's annual Homecoming activities for college students who attend universities all over the country will begin this Friday evening at 8:30 p.m. Dr. Irving Lehrman has chosen as his subject for the evening "Our Future is on the Campus." College students participating in the service are Miss Rita Krachmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krachmer. :i senior at Newcomb j College, Tulane University for Women: Miss Rosalind Lehrman, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. a senior at University of Miami; Barry Rosenkranz. son of Dr and Mrs Hyman Rosenkranz. junior at Chicago Medical School. On Wednesday morning. Dec. 30 the "Buzz and Brunch" session. which has become a tradition at Temple Emanu-El, will be held in Sirkin Hall. Dr. Lehrman will greet college students and discuss with them some of the problems conPsychodrama At Beth Torah Mollie Kananer Sisterhood of Beth Torah Congregation will hold itJanuary meeting on Wednes (1. \ Jan. 6. 8 30 p.m., in the Tem1 le Soeial Hall. Mis. Martin ll. Matz. program vice president, announces the presentation of a psychodrama. "The Verdicl is Yours." produced !•> the United Synagogue Youth of Beth Torah and directed by Mr, Marshall Baltuch A discussion on whether Jewish education should continue alter Bar or Bas Vfitzvah will follow the psychodrama The meeting will be (inducted bj Mis Stanley Stein. Sisterhood president. fronting college youth ot today. Visiting students from the area are invited to attend. 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dc" December 25, 1964 +Jewish noridiain Paqe 3-A Reaffirms liberation' of Palestine A' kes-z cert B. Sabin (center), noted resecrch scientist, is shown :.r.g an invitation to address the Physicians and Den• Greater Miami at a meeting Jan. 9 a' the Doral Beach by ihe South Florida Division, American Friends of the w University. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Popick (left; and Mr. Irs. Jacob Rifkin (riqht) issued the invitation at a national "z in New York Ci'.y. Popick is South Florida Division ent and a founder of the New Campus. Rifkin is also a of the New Campus of the Hebrew University. UNITED NATIONS iJTA) Mahmoud Riad, Foreign Minister il Egypt, told the General Assentblj here this week thai the "Organization for tin' Liberation of i alestine." formed last Maj in Ji rdanian Jerusalem, plans to pursue a pledge "to restore to the Arab people ol Palestine their rights which so far have been denied t<> them by force." He made this statement while delivering a goneral foreign affairs lulicy address before a plenary CMIIII of ihe Assembly. He said that, m thai '•.just struggle," the group will nave the support of Egypl Mr Pud'reference to "the Palestine problem" reiterated all of the customary Arab charges against Israel, picturing Israel's presence in "Palestine"' as motivated by "foreign domination, exploitation and racialism has in i icted upon the people of South Africa. Southwest Africa and Southern Rhodesia." Sudan delivered a similar diatribe against Israel. The Arabs suffered a setback in their Security Council demand for condemnation of Israel as a result ol she Nov. 13 border clash between Syria and Israel, when anti-!\raeli censure resolution introduced by Morocco was practically ignored because there were obviously no backers for it. As the Council mel for the seventh session to deal with Sj and Israel's cross-complaints, Dey Ould Sidi liiba. of Morocco, the only Arab member ot the Council, presented his draft calling for "severe condemnation" of Israel. Sullivan County Club Sullivan County Club of South Florida was recently formed here. Persons interested in information may apply to Leonard Selkowitz, 7SO0 S\V 32nd Ter„ Miami. Jewish Convalescent Home of South 310 COLLINS AVENUE Ph. 532-6491 MIAMI BiACH'S ONLY KOSHER NURSING HOME and HEALTH CENTER OFFERING THE NEWEST APPROACH Total Care — A Concept geared to Combine Social, Spiritual. Medical Needs of the Individual for tn Aging. Recuperative, and Chronically III. A Cheerful Home of Warmth with Evtry Convenient* Including Elevator, Television, Etc. SIDNEY SIEGEL, Executive Director (Formerly Ass't. Director of the Brooklyn Hebrew Home & Hospital for the Aged, Guarantees "UNDERSTANDING CARE' ) Non Profit Non Sectarian 1. Albert Sabin to be Guest Speaker ir Hebrew University Friends Jan. 9 it B. Sabin. noted reIn-h lentlSt and developer of nti-viriis polio vaccine. i< Miami on Jan. 9 to apbr as guest speaker at a dinner MM lencan Friends of the Hei University at the Doral Beach Id. it was announced by Jack ; %  | South Florida Division %  id<'' Hit %  proud and honored that Sabi an outstanding friend | • mt to Hebrew L'niver, am .1 distinguished scientist ho h..made many contributions humanity, "ill speak to leadph; nil dentists of our | .1 to members of the Lth Division," Popick I Hcnc-ary chairman of the dinner, which is being sponsored by Ire Sc.rh Florida Division and %  he Physieit)Dt and Dentists Jtommittees of the American priencs of the Hebrew University, is Dr. Philip Gotlieb, who %  recenti^ established a Chair in Tfhysica Chemistry at Hebrew %  University. million medical school complex is nearing completion. Significant also of the rapid progress of the Hebrew I Diversity in the fields of medical and dental education was the recent dedication of the Hebrew UniversityH.idassah School of Dental Medicine founded by Alpha Omega Fraternity in conjunction with the American Friends of the Hebrew University. I Leo : I I Mil IIllcxani inson is serving as South Division chairman. Dr. I > tton. Dr. Marvin L. r. Maurice Rich, and Dr. r S. EtofltM are serving co-chairmen of. the Physicians talfflittee, and Dr. Meyer EggHi an i Dr. Morton Rosenbluth ft CCK hairing the Dentists Cointlec ii r tiie dinner. Hi bin has been a frequent est lecturer al the Hebrew I'nicsatkV % %  '• Jerusalem, where a $10 nya* '"ZIQ }mo9 syi BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1532 Washington Ave., Miami Bch. JE 1-1969 534-0271 B'nai B'rith OK's Structure Of Conference Continued from Page 1-A from individuals to organiia, tions. 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Friday. December 25, 1964 rJcnisli fhradmr Paqe II-A Cedars Gives Sandier Award Jack L. Sandier, vice president and general manager of Radio Station WQAM, habeen presented the "Order of Hie Cedar SplinExpeiiencing 'he joy nf sharinq. children of Temple Beth Sholom celebra'ed Chanuka by sendinq qilts to kraeli childien in the Sh;p-aBox projec' sponsored by the National Council of Jewish Women. Lett to nqht are Mark Voqel, Linda Hoffman, Miss Bea Goldstein, teachki Folk School Oneg Shabbat was held at the Farband Center. 8t? Washington Ave., on i riday evening. Lazar Lasavin, principal ol Ihe school, spoke about "Biblical Personalities." Excerpts of poetry by the Jewish writer. Chaim Grade, were presented by Sam Nashkin. There was also community sing ing, with Ben Yomen, choir conductor. Spielman to be Speaker lacol) Spielman presented a on "Moses Mendelsohn"' be: re Chug Ivri. Hebrew-speaking -up of North Miami Beach, on Wednesday, 2 p.m.. at Temple Ner id. GELB v MONUMENTS INC. Open Every Day • Closed Sabbofh 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 Miami's Only Sti Icily Jewish Monument Dealer OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW PAVLOW OFFICE FURNITURE. Inc. }tfli Southeast 3tsl Avow Te ,.p h0 n# Hlghlana rt-8221 Miami. Florida ; Or Olom Children Offer Program Children irom Temple Or Olom Kindergarten and Nursery School were invited to siny songs from their Chanuka program for the Aviva Chapter of Hadassah on Monday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Landau. Childien participating were Max April. Peter Brown. Jackie Cullin, Adricnne Friesner. Wayne Horowitz, Steven Lewis, Stacey Mar.Murck. Barbara Sheldon and Susan Steinberg, as a living menoiah; Robert Colsky. a dreidle; and Adam Friedson and Karen Kuperberg, :'s Maccabees. Mrs. Al Feinglass directed the children with Mrs. Sol Colsky at the piano. Arrangements for the program were by Mrs. Trintz, program chairman ol Hadassah. Aviva Chapter, and Mrs. Saul F'enick. director of Ihe kindergarten. %  4 Ccmp Pinewood Reunion Here Tenth anneal reunion oi Camp Pinewood, Hendersonville, N ('.. was held a" the Delano Hotel on Saturday at ? p.m. Director-. Dr. and Mrs. Donald 11 Michelson and Mr. and Mrs. Eli L. Meltzcr planned a festive afternoon to celebrate the 10th season of the summer camp for children which has been under the same ownership and directorship slice its Inception. Honored guests were Mrs. A. A. llayden. principal of Bay Harbor Elementary School, and Milion Feinstein, coach of Miami Peach High School, first head counselors at Pinewood Every camper and stall member who attended Pinewood was honored, and pictures of the 1955 I camping season were shown, as 'well a> those of the past summer. The reunion was the official kicki II lor the 1965 camping season ter" Award by Miami's CedarOf Lebanon Hospital. The award. flrsl ol a series to presented annually on the h pital's anniversary date, wjb giv to Sandier "lor his oufslanfli .• ork in creating a favorable i age of the hospital." said Ha I ewis, lire-.dent Tifereth Jacob Affair A -how and dancing were featured at the Temple Tifereth .lacob night club affair on Saturday. 9:30 p.m.. at the Carillon Hotel. ^ k Sola^Se** WAXI HACK. noi WMKII ••-/ %  %  •• I' L< II\H A nmzALEtss ISRAELI DISCOUNT HOUSE Complete line of Religious Articles and Israeli Art Products LARGE SELECTION Of TALESIM, TflLIM AND YAMULKAS Specinl Attention to Bar Mitzvah Outfits a. D COHEN 949 Washington Ave. IE 2-22.0 REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's larqest 8, Oldest Supply House for Synaogu^s, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale Retail ISRAELI C-lfTS AND N0VEITIES 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI A DOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew Religious Supplies 'or Synagoai.es. Schools Moi u A >.>• PHIUIP HAGER, 1 p.m. Ra bbi I %  .. :•: Leh Ml. Sinai Cemetery TILLIE RINGLER, 3 p.m. Rabbi Max A L-r-Ji :. MAX JACOBSKIND, 3:30 p m Rabbi S SAM RAPPAPORT, 3:30 p.m Rabbi Solo "i"i S i SEE WHAT YOU BUY! DO NOT BUY FROM MAIL. ORDER FIRMS AND 3E SORRY! Boy Direct from the manufacturer in Miami and save many dollars. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's Only Jewish Monument BuilflYn 3279 S.W. 8th Street HI 4-0921 Phones HI 4-0921 Emanuel Gordon 18771946 Harry Gordon 1903-1964 A Good \.l":' U More To B.Treau-ed Gnat Richet. GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S.W. 12th Ave., Miami Ph. 373-5533 IKE GORDON JAMES B. GORDON WE SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783