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

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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'elewisli Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 1
Miami. Florida. Friday. January 1. 1965
Two Sections Price 20c
;ds Asked
jiJoin West
, Mid-East
. -, iBK J i \ *bba Eb
Dvput) Premiei pro
. ', th.it Ibc --.\ i,-t
ith ihr I nited Stales,
r mm ud otbei lea '
\ i !
.il inleg
: | i | i mil
meetii

Mr
;l Ibc I
t SJ
V.i.1 Such j reaffir
leCISlVC I
Ioni in iti it
uv about the proposal made
*> n the week by British
Mi Harold Wilion for an
trrmt I* make the Middle
i iiuilaas fsaa ion*, he said
,- ed.ate problem was not
,,. r nation "since there
*e nuclear arm* in the Mid-
Ej The true problem, ho
it stabilisation of Hi
of irm end avoidance
MCelettM of conventional
tht ration.
n jr.irii || 'hi- On
\ : i1.1"- he ilcniiillHr.l the
Uberalioo Ocfaniaa-
|| i Vr..l' tan
teal September >t
I
' nu*d en Page I I *
World Zionist Confab Opens;
*>! Large U.S. Group Attending
ABBA $BAH
terriltrial integrity
Bonn Wont
Assure Safety
Of Scientists
jform Shul
icks Rabbi
rho's Atheist
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I
I T mpU in nibui
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ell il-"" "" I
i; : nun I
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i ilioi ..i J< .

. ; bares) bas '
!! term Judaism
* h prm.linn The
m t affiliated aith Ibc
..ii ii. I... i l "
: an\ nthii Jewish re
(I.111.'
' rcent "gWless" Chanu
iabbath service. Kabbi Wine,
il 36 declared th*l Judeh
h l pctraye.' in Jtwlh
r* Mt %,d il was "absurd"
Wi* that "all Iftajtn war*
"'?ft aid murderers aid
Jews were good." He also
lh*t 'ho premise thol there
bo no morality in 'he
' it wort not lor tho Jew
|T*t|||| tradition "it **
t'ds." Ho als. expresed the
that tho Hellenist, or
* Jew* o* tho Maecabean
Continued on Page 7 A
BONN 1 \ \ -i I foi
T M.lll-
Irj .i> i I a red Ihia rck I I i
li< i..,.
i-t. .; : he) quit h in

Ibe i -ii'' a-i- post J '"'
.....
technicians
i
In an interview
in a Weal in newsp iper, Ii
.hi.ini iuch guanata -
tin >pirfctTtmin iaad that Ibi >.. i
man polii Id have Ibe
aai lit> u( tafc Ihe
nttsl
cootrol ol ihi
rrmii. : '
O'. Pi'i set three condition* for
a possible return to Wr%t Gar
many of tho scientists. Ono wa
an oiprattion of public "trorat
from luael for alleged attacks
en Gorman IciontitH by Uraeli
agenti Another wit a lifo
pension for Or Pill* former
secretary who lot hei \iqht
when a parcel addfevied to Dr.
Piii eip'oded. m Cairo a few
year* aqo The third wa the
guarantee 'or the lately ot any
ittu'r."') vnentnti
In..
\ a 11 M ,,lr
I.. Sal I'nd
, irtnai f lh '' i '
I i i l ii..m-
I
to .t f ibt
, lit; i newapapt i
Rilh
lin in asked, if j
Imo |i RoaentM Betroyini
\\ '. v. ITAi The
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''.. i.i\ with more than
ihi .I, lexati from arioua p
rid including MS
Slates lo !'
f the 2 In
Ii h
ears
.... ...
- ., h re
tin
Ihi \: ah Leag e Iher cui
i t i>1 it ical issues alfei I
n i nunlries outside ol I
rael 01 special 11111*111.11110 will
be til.- Congress decisions: .mi Ii
nant ul policies i on< ernin.. Ji
i-h lion lo Israel and tho
rption "l the immigrants i"
hrael
With most of the delegates
from abroad having arrived here
during tho last few cUys, the
various Zionist parties held ad-
vance conferences in prepara-
tion for debates at the Congress.
Dr. Nahum Goldmann. president
of the World Zionist Organiza-
tion, addressed meetings of both
the leftist Mapam and the World
Ur.ion of General Zionists. He
told oathering of the latter
that it was now clear tliat Israel
needs wor;r' Jewry no less than
woiid Jewry needs Isiacl and
that it is tho Zionist Organiza-
tion which could fight th? trends
of assimilation in world Jewry
for tht sake of Israel
\: Kiu
"i akot llazan I

. lo attracl youth 1 pro
1. ment in world Jew ry
mi the >.>\iel autb rilics to
permit Ihe reunion "i families
emigration '" l*ra the 1 ee
ei 1 .im 1 1 the Jewish religion
Addressing the meeting ol the
Woi I 1 m "i General Zionists
l thi ZOA House in Tel Avh Dr
N"i umann, prt sidenl <(
Ihe World I nil 11 stressed th I
.-r to
- i ihe n.....1 ;.>r closer tlei be
.. i iisapoi a > as
Continued on Page 12-A
C/c/S/5 OVER
Nasser Insults to U.S.
Rouse Official Anger
V. \MliM. I"N -'I V V"''
[,, lings continued to
iDMKl:
longre>s following Ihe statement
week jt public meel
Said b> Egyptian
Kbdel Si.....r
itates "< .in lump
rhi mlting stale

n |i. ; It) l'l. 'in. 1
i I an Ami
- I ;
. (0 the shoot
\ pries
plane
non-Jetti-h
..,,,. h.i\ in Ihe mean
. ,. ,, .,.,1 st ite Deps tment
, .thhniil its aid lo I until
!".......: thai he will ""'
... this aid for mint.li> idven
, |n his erican speech
..,,,1 that he 1- sending
., ( ongo .mil ill continue
ihe Congolese reb
A State Department spokes-
man said that the Department
did not anticipate an immedi-
ate response to Nasser's denun-
ciation of the United States. The
bulk of American aid to Egypt
is in the form of surplus food
shipments under a three year
agreement signed in lo2 that
exterds through next fall. Nas-
ser said in his abusive speech
that he has already received
from the United States $115,000,
000 m such aid. He insists on
getting an extra S35.000.000
1 he New York 1 imes said in n
Continued on Page 5-A
CALLS FOR HALT Of COMPETITIVE SHIPMENTS
Wilson Urges Big Power Arms Pact

LONDON ''i\ Prime Minis
., niroW Wilson called this eek
,, .,., jntert atsonal agreemenl t-
. ihipmcnU lo lar;
.) \| .1, -t. '- .I'"' '"r ""
clear free mm
, \eai East
Mr \s |,on poke in the Hous
0I aIi. r, I
bethel Ibe mernmenl
' I '' '"''''
. h,
rned lh< I
must In- in getting internattonal
eemenl lo -t"i> the competitiva
shipment ..t >""> '" nj Neai
Eastern country, and t" wort is
kjj ii possible to secure 1
nun nuclear mbc i" lhal ..... '"
(ircvenl wbal 1- alread) -< dan
situation becoming woi se
becoming nucleai
His comment followed sug-
gestion by Frederick A. Burden.
Conservative, that Britain sell
enl J ihnson -
. i peal i" him nol t" do so He '!
in .. d aggressive remarks
and refei red to Iran
.,- .hi American colon} subjected
\nn rican and Zionist
the Buccaneer lets to Israel. "Is
rael it a small and isolated coun
fry; certainly her intentions *re
not aggressive." Mr. Burden
said. He asked: "Why should it
not be in the interests of people
in general to insure that such
countries should have arms with
which to protect themselves?"
Wilson replied th.it 'the
has nol bean asked lo
Continued on Page 6-A
New Eshko
Gov't. Wins
Go Ahead
\1 \l II '
-!.. rlest .iivl > all
i-rises .11 1 -1 '.- end
.1 ihi- >*> : Km
l'i emior Let 1 Eshki
;n a ua I it ion nine daj ;' 1 he
Eshkol look that
le v ith lormer Pi e
mil r Da> id Ben lter"s insistepi on eopening
ar-okl securitj mis
hap rase \momi Ihi lermi
hit h Eshkol lat<
hi- Mapai part] lo lo m ..
..\ ernaent \~t 1' 1 '" ol
rmand foi ne*
inquit >
The new government was iden
tic ol. with a minor exception, to
the one he resigned. With the
exception of the leftwing Ma-
pam, which abstained, all tho
opposition parties voted against
the vote of confidence in the new
Government. The vole was 5t to
3a.
In new 1 oalition
t.i Parliament, Ihe Premiet eoit 't
Continued on Page I A
Cabinet Will
Shun Pinhas
Lavon Case
.1! :! \1 I M JTA
11,-i Sundaj n"' lo appoint
nmission "i inquirj in reopen
Ihe I [fair at requested bj
lormer Prime Ministei David Ben
:.in
Ii undei -in .1 lhal ii" vole
.1- taken Instead, Premier Lei'
!'-liknl followed i'i. procedure
an> pi' ; elore the
cj inn. 1 required support of ;it
, [oui Ministers In (>.- included
..ii the agenda 1 be propi sal
. h rauld Ii.m probed Ihe r-
ponsibiliti t Ihe ten j ear old se
v mishap w as i'iesented bj
Justice Minister Doi Joseph and
.1. supported onl> bj Housini
and Development Ministei Yosel
\ Imogi h'.ulin.. to receive t*>* 11
quired minimum, Ibe p oposa -. -
nol included in the agenda
Anticipating that the Govern-
ment would not reopen the in-
ouiry. Mr. Ben-Gurien had said
that he would nevertheless bring
the matter up before the Mapai
Continued on Page ISA
f -


Page 2-A
* knii.1 fhriiiir
Dr. Lchrman Will Fly to Israel
Mapping final p'ans for the Hebrew Academy' 17th annual
scholarship dinner set fcr this Sunday at the D?auv:!le Hctel
are officers and members of the Academy. Left to right are
Rev. Joseph Kran'.T. Isidor Kramer. Louis Merwitzei. president.
Isidore Goldberg. Joseph Goiifhorand Carl Brandes. (For re-
nted stories, see Page 10-A.)
Reform Synagcgue Back;
Rabbi's Right to Atheism

Continued from Page 1-A
period were "the Reform Jews
of their day."
Mr- Suzanne Vellck, Temple
secretary, issued the congn
t ion's statement in rapport of
Rabbi Wine which asserted that
all religions have concerned thorn-
selves uith the problem >>i human
destin] and have tried to help nun
understand nd control his future.
To solve this problem, thf si
Id, "man needs to know
truth about himsi I ai I the
jiurid in which be lives. He can
best do I tis through use i thi-
common < nse or em| neth
o.i
"Commonsensical people invite
every idea to be tested by the <>
Uence of human experience." the
congregation statement continued
II the idea pa.--es this test it ii
worthy of belief. We at Birming-
ham Temple are committed to the
use of this empirical method in the
discovery of essential truth Like
the men of eience. our minds arc
i ;> n. There is no belief we are
unwilling t" alter if the evidence
- u> wrong "
The statement emphasized that
the congregations "will also use
all customs and ceremonies that
can effectivel) symbolize the \jI
ties we hold sact ed \\ e w snl to
preserve whatever in Judaism is
both rational and humanistic." it
declared
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Rabbi and Mrs I ehrman have
i invitation ol Moshe
chaii man ol the .Ii
\ i I other high
i [s .ii 1 Governmenl to set
at I the continued n
ol Je i : r -i ii '
from
pai throu the
w ,ri
Dor n-i their inspection teur,
they will meet with high officials
of the Jewish Agency and the
Jo'nt Distribution Committee for
a firsthand briefing of the re-
settlement and absorption pro-
grams which, it is predicted,
will serve a record number of
immigrants in 1965.
Although Ihej wdl spend good
part ol the trip in Israel viewing
ihe manj services made possible
by Combined Jewish Appeal's sup
port that help to provide Job*
housing, medical facilities and mi
cational retraining to immigrants
to Israi I, the) also will lour Naples
and Rome
Dr Lehrman v .11 \ iew the ;
grcss ai th ol the Stati
1st .id since his last trip thi ec
\ i-.ii s ago l oilow ina l
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lay. January I. 1965
-Jmlslikxridkifl
Paqe 3-A.
Hot, Talianoff are Named to Co-Chair
Trades and Professions Council
'
on Pallot, president ol
i, iiii Co and Geoi i '
Ltfj Mi.iun Bench aitocne)
j... leader, have been named
?r:nrn Ol tl:o Trades ,,n.l
l m Council of the 1963
i-i| J.\Mh Appeal, it wan
red by Or Irving I.ehr
11 \ eoeral i hairman
[addition la bringing leader
the TImIu -md Profeewone
of Combined Jewish Ap-
ia to appointre> h.ixcbecn
led to wrea an the i96.s < am
i ,i hi net
Hot. who recently received
Leadership
at en ovtttandirtfj young
o* Fod.r.tton end o* the
Miami Jewish commu
larvd m 1H4 as co-chut
el the Manufacturing Trans-
Drien m*4 a* a mem-
ber ol the Campaign Cabinet.
He also served as chairman of
th Automotive Groip of CJA in
1*63 and chairman ol the 1964
Budget Stuc'y Committee of
Federation. Pallot will also head
the Manufacturing and Trans-
portation Division in addition to
the Trades and Professions Coun-
cil.
rved as i hail m i
i vei l'i\ ision ol i mbii
Jew i tppcal in the 196-1 i am
I "I till- MVI-I
important pi Id
both
Miami ari
i i ( \
\ member I I i B
Mi.i i
.1 VICI
I le i i i-;i
. ler ol B'nai
ien tag a- presi
enl i :i h l.'i'i
man ol the Rxeeutive Be
lad .i- .i
i eral national B
B i nil roanmitti
Talianoff was a Special Assist-
ant Attorney General of the State
o* Florida.
As eo heads of the Trade and
l'i iii -sums i mini ii Pallot and
.nnii will direct a lari:e group
I volunteer leaden who will
si rve i hair men and aaaoi late
chairmen ol the leading trade*,
industries and professions' in all
parts of Dade Count;
"The Trades and Professions are
the lar^r-t division in the annual
campaign on behalf of I! Bgefl
etee." Dr l.ehrman said
Miami Branch T Transfers Facilities
To Mew Headquarters Here on Trail
NORTON PAllOT
Film Series
Due at Zamora
in H< i hel Brooks spiritual
leader of Temple Zamora has n
i pries of film- and
i on Israel i" t n to Tem
I 5 Sch -1' students
Films on Israel have beei '
.d for i'ii' Temple Religious
s, h al and the) ill be shou n
every Sunday morning, 10 36 m
during the entire month ol Jan
uar> Parents an remple are welcome to \is.it dar-
ing the showing "f the film
To be stane n are Yean "i Des
ktiny." Jan 3. \- Long \n i
Live Jan io. Free People.'
17. anil "Here i- Nrael."
Jan :i
The immediate transfer of aeth
dies from the Miami Branch of
the V\l YWHA of Greater Miami
e ni Y' t..< ibties si 8500
SW xtn st took place Bui past
* ri k, follow in cl iselj upori the
sale al I hi Westbrooke Country
cinii in t'n "i i i\" offii ers
staff were moved t<> the new loca
i ni 'i v.ednesdaj
On Sunday. the G ildi I i
Friendship Chin brought it- mi
irs! in ordei .ii the nes. laeilitj
lor the ins' time when president
V raham B< i i i pe I I ivel
The D;i\ i ent< ii- Sei lor Citizens
led Die da>. w ith
the i hur
Abraham Id un< hwi
Ihe folk in the

\
di'eli
ini;s
Held their first
ilit) .iii-
Taii Mpha 11 meg a Phi Kappa
ma Si ma D< Ita Phi Ch
ia 1 Kapp i Dell
I-i Alpha Phi Pi, Delta Psl G
ma and Sigma Phi
Plans for Ihe future \ . I In be mapped out "ii A. !nes
ifternoon at .i mei I thi
No. Miami Beach Concerts
Citj "i North Miami Beach will
pr.....nl a -'in'- Dl I"ui I'lmert-
al the \ torium, featuring the North Mi
ami Hi ach Symphonj Kir-t m ih<
-i mis i- icheduled for Moi I j
Jan ii. I p.m Jacques Donnet
will he guest conductor, vvith Joyce
Farber, lyrii soprano
Convi sioi I ommittei s,-t up
bj the Y" under the chairman
hip of Sam Seithn The commil
i,e w\l\ develop plans fur physical
conversion of the facilities lem
porary budget membership, pi
I other related matters
Dr Cavmer T. Grabowslci
March of Dimes research
qrant director. University ot
Miami, explains technical de-
tails of current Birth Delects
research project *o Florida
1965 Maich ot Dimes Chair
man Georqe Onett. At Miami
and the University of Florida
centers. S134.000 in March of
Dimes qrcnts has been allo-
cated for Birth Delects re-
search. The campaiqn here
opens on Ian. 2.
St
;
,tossel to Lead
roqram Here
-Jaagkiiiiir Opportunity !'io..r.im.
ajB%ri:ani/.itHin i i<-.if I In lead
War on Poverty Ibis
meed the names of ol-
will lead the attack
Al\ in l a--. I W as eleit
uthii offlceri
B^kl.:i William- "I
It-, lollege i niversity
ice ; I: Dade
tied Fund treasurer
James W Matthews
l s. .,ti,,, \ ri l.H v
lion i l Uv
eeton
an hi wncemcnl last
by Sargeni Shrive* that the
njnauaution would reeatve
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Number 1
27 Teveth 5725
Friday, January 1. 1965
Eshkol Gets Clear
Vote of Confidence
It is a sad fact with which he
must reckon that former Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion has
lost his battle with Levi Eshkol.
Not only has Mr. Eshkol returned
to the helm, but the government
he formed is almos' identical with
the one from which he was forced
to resign by Mr. Ben-Gurion s re-
al of the Lavon affair as a test
of strength.
Clearly Mr. Eshkol has passed
the test with flying colors. In
many ways., the Prime Minister
m ry now reckon that he has a
n mandate from the people to
con'inue his policies. For his
assumption of office :n the sum-
mer of 1965 came on the heels of
Ml BenGurion's quitting for polit-
ical reasons far beyond those that
appeared on the surface.
In this sense, Mr. Eshkol was
until now a kind of "back-stop"
Prime Minister, catapulted into the
poi.' as a consequence of the cri-
sis Mr. Ben-Gurion created.
None of which should mean
that Mr. Ben-Gurion was not re-
sponsible in his 1963 resignation
-that he did not have good reasons relating
to himself, as well as to the welfare of Israel
at the time.
But it was Mr. Ben-Gurion who chose the
way of power poli'ics; and. with a man whom
he clearly reckons as his inferior in statesman-
ship, Levi Eshkol. he has now lost. Indeed,
so deep-rooted is the defeat, that the Cabinet
early this week decided against reopening the
Lavon affair, the very issue that brought the
Eshkol governmen* down.
Hence, Mr. Eshkol is now in firm com-
mand. Not even the spectre of Ben-Gurion is
sufficiently frightening to create profound polit-
ical crises today. No longer a "back-stop"
Prime Minister, Mr. Eshkol has been given a
clear vote of confidence by the people.
Hebrew Academy Dinner
The Hebrew Academy will hold its 17th
.a! scholarship dinner on Sunday evening.
See Page 10-A Israel Ambassador to the
United Na'-.ons Michael Comay will be guest
spe<
The development of the Academy from its
humble beginnings on South Beach is exemp-
lified by the million dollar plant it occupies
today on Pine Tree Dr.
That the school opened the current aca-
demic year with 425 students symbolizes the
number of tradi'onal-minded parents in our
community who believe in the kind of educa
t.on the Academy has to offer.
The Hebrew Academy program consists
of a Hebrew and English course of study intent
on instilling a love for Judaism and deep-root-
ed loyalty to the American heritage.
Far more than 1,000 persons are expected
a* the Sunday night event to underscore their
interest in and support of this proqram. In
the process, they will be helping the approx-
imately 75 percent of the Academy's student
body, which attends on either a partial or full
scholarship.
They will also have the opporluni'y of
hearing Israels distinguished envoy, an ex-
emplary speaker at any occasion, and partic-
ularly fitting on the rostrum of the Hebrew
Academy.
Another Significant Exodus
Severe pressure seems to be mounting on
the Bonn Government from every pert of the
free world to bring its scientists in Egypt back
home. The issue, as expressed by the pres-
sure, is as much a moral as a possible mih'ary
one.
More at this poin' is taking place than sur-
fece actions indicate. Dr. Wolfgang Pilz, a
leader of the German scientists at work in
Egypt, has been putting out feelers on the pos-
sibility of returning. For him. the question of
the safety of the scientists is a major one.
The Bonn Government this week said that
police protection would be up to the individual
West German sta'es. If for no other reoson.
Bonn's stand suggests thct the pressure aga
the scientists has been internal, too
We do not wildly conclude that most Get
mans have been horrified by the S] le of
their countrymen at work in a country
d to the destruction of Israel But 'it does
:i thut sufficient revulsion has been
pressed to worry Dr. Pilz.
It was Israel Foreign Minister Golda *
who in April, 1963. firs' ennounced to the world
the activities of I n scientists. On I
eve of the secular Ni a, perhaps we n
hope for another significant exodus from Egypt
beiore April roils around again.
Zionist Congress Opens
The World Zionist Congress is currently
meeting in Israel. In preliminary talks before
several Israeli political parties this week. Dr
Nahum Goldmann, presiden* of the Congress
declared that Israel needs diaspora Jewry as
much as the diaspora needs Israel.
The observation, although lairly self-evi-
dent, has during the past few years taken on
a somewhat absurd character in the eyes of
many Israelis.
We are glad of the average Israel citizen's
confidence. But unrealistic conclusions can
frequently be dangerous, and Dr. Goldmann
performed a noteworthy service in clarifying
what seems to be an unnecessarily troubled
relationship. Dr. Goldmann could have done
it before no more noteworthy forum than the
opening of the 26th World Zionist Congress
(he week
as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
---------- ,

N JUST eight short years, wi
have come full circle in
the Middle East. On Oct 29.1
19.V5. I was a member of
panel before a Federation
women's meeting at a Miami
Heath hotel Also on the panel
was Nahum Astar. then I>
rael's Consul to the South. ,.
Regans erf the t'niteri St at,-,
About 1130 am. someone
came into the room and wfcii
L
^-.... ... iiiuiii aiHl wnis
pered to Mr Aatar He turned pale and was visibly shaken. The
new- hud broken Israel, Britain and France were launching: a ban
pronged attack upon Egypt sad Gamal Abdel Nasser's vaulting am
bition to form .. Pan krab union under his leadership.
Israel's campaign in ti. Sinai Peninsula made almost immediate
historj as an example ol brilliant military maneuver; while th,
Franco-British action drove loward Port Said in an effort to regain
control ol the Suei Canal Two years earlitr. Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles coerced th, British to leave whuh virtually put m rn t their influence in the Levant The French still smartm
recollection D l>u and srilh the spectre of Alajgfia sin
before them, had cverythii n in Joining the action
entire war lasted < hundred hoars Both objectives
were quick); athievi Dictat Nasser -.>t cowering
and be would
But I east of all Bril
p of I I David Et*
in the st modi rn hi-1
I'S had long -,< e di

I he incon a
AN ASJONnMD WISJIKN IV0lD WA1CHH
THE ESTEEM WAS
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Iua II) i|'i'im rut ),
t tn ic thai r personally a taarti
. ....
V weakened Bnl b> I heir
' Israel, on t ha othei
y life at stake I n usffltrattoa
tillages Iron Smai. and
the opei \ s window to Africa, pre
virusl) intim positions at Sharra el Sheikh .,
in, k promonti ry in I
Despite IV, s first and onl) ci even after his sscossd aatctssa
looffta Israel did not withdraw until March 1087 when the UJ
Secretai of State I) who had begun to see the light avsured tn.
i Sheikh and th, Straits at
*t\ NAiSHS HQUAHT UHGUAGl
THE WESTERN WORLD IUM ,, understood the
lition W< lit.rally took Gams'
ht him out ol hiduig sarad his
''"'* lied him mt,.
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raders had been trying I
Middle K ast ami m
ected to l'S. foreign polli \
V th* reaction of | li-lsrai MJ|,,.
have
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EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
I noted ith some misgivn
;.. \i ncllin ha a devoted an
i lumn to the E< umei
its Schema on
Ii would, I think
Ireal the i ntire mat
; the I i umenu .il Coun< il as
internal n ittei ol Ihe Ro
nlic Church, which i
.i and ilm- >pared cur
-. Ives Ihe task "f publicl) apprais
its work As .i result ot thr con
al insistence of various Jew
i-h individuals and organizations
on meddling in the affairs ol the
< hurch, it has, in raj humble view
become unavoidable thai we al
tempi to analyze the work "( the
i oun< il, ;i- well a- it- purpo
from the viewpoint "f it- effeel <>"
Thi- call bj tho Roman See
ol the Council made
.1 clear th il it- purpose w to
g ihe Church into prai tical
nmenl with modern develop-
ment* in r il e r to maintain,
Anti-Egyptian
Feelings Stirred
By Nasser Insults
Continued from Pge 1-A
. ditoi ial it.it the insults la the
United States voiced bj N'assei
-; Off NO'MAN IOfH
tauran? Croup campaign* on be-
half ot Federation.
I
important
his blatanl assertion lo re
nh. p equip forces I
murdei nd
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T, i | ii -'on
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strengthen n d fat ilitate ili>' work
e Church This is ol i >ui i
indertak
i e Church
It it moit regrettable that
many Jew. have elected to read
into the Schema on the J?w a
desire to right a wrong done to
the Jewish people. In all fair-
ness to the Council, it has never
claimed this as its main purpose.
as in fact it clearly is not. Some
time before the first meeting of
the Council, Rabbi Soloveitchik
predicted that the entire matter
was no more than an attempt to
facilitate conversion of Jews. It
appears that the Rabbi was quite
correct, as evidenced by the
wording of the final draft, which
looks to the ultimate conversion
of the Jewish people
Tlif Chun h Fathi > i have merel)
rocojrtized thai tin- methods "t
cons.ersion whuh were used in
Spain in n nol be used in
Ihe United States m 1964 The}
have therefore decided th.it the
I the Church musl I i
brought into a different lighl if
. iy decree -urn-- is to i><-
achieved bj the Societj for th>'
Propagation <>f the Faith, I' is
most dangerous, therefore for
Jews to tak the position thai the
c on of ihe Council is an attempt
t i righl .in historical and ten
v roi lo the Jev i-h pi
ovei ..... years Thi-
ititude i- precis* ) what the
Council hoped for, so th.it ii
v. ;il h.i" |'' t
the Chun h II would
i. t" assume I il
i nun h ill nol m .ki
| lo capitalize on sui h .
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I'll be Ihe isesl
dividual: i
i.- lo drop the subjei I
the i huiih i" deal with ii-
internal affairs without uncalled
inr interference from Jews and to
devoti o energies t" tti '
tructive Jewish inden ikins<
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-JenlstncrMfrr
Friday. January 1. 191'
Col. Arvey Honored by 3,500 at Dinner
As Israel Bond 'National Man ot Year'
reported by Kahbi Ralph Sir."
general rtrnpaip chairman
1963. ts.no.000 m Israel 15'
Mere lold in Chit
Vice Presiden'-elect Huberl H. Humphrey and Israel's Deputy
Prime Minister Abba Eban headed a group ot outstanding
Americans and Israeli leaders who joined last week in honor-
ing Col. Jacob M. Arvey as "National Man of the Year for
Israel Bonds." More than 3,500 persons attended the dinner
in tribute to Col. Arvey, who has played a key role on the na-
tional political scene for many years and has been a foremost
leader in behalf of the Israel Bond drive since i's inception.
Shown at the dinner are above (seated left to right Mayor
Richard J. Daley, of Chicago; Vice President-elect Humphrey
and Col. Arvey. Standing are Gov. Otto Kerner. of Illinois,
and Nathan H. Schwartz, chairman of the Board of Governors
of the Chicago Israel Bond drive. Below (left to ngh' are
Abraham Feinberg. president of the Israel Bond Organization:
Col. Arvey; Deputy Prime Minister Eban; and Israel Ambas-
sador Avraham Harman.
Wilson Urges International OK
To Restrict Arms to Mid East
By Special Report
\,,,. iv, : leel Huberl ll
Humphrej and Deput> Prime Win
ister v tM i m "' I-'-''1
!..- eck i" rioni i ins i Jacol
M Arve) Miami Bi
Chicd 1964 Ni
Man "! Ihi S i ol the State ol Is
mization
The dinoei in tribute lo II A
\ ej ..- attended bj i
3 5 io usini -. civic, n
emment
from Chicago and other parts ol
the Unite I States In addition to
Vice President elect Hun
and Deput) Premiei Eban. partic
ipants in i mi included Is
rael Ambassa i raham ll ir
man, Goa Otto Kerner, ol lllinoi.-
Mayor Richard J Dali
I
|>r Joseph J
I of I
rael Boi I Oi nization
Col. Arvey. who has been an
intimate friend of several US
Presidents, and has served as
Democratic National Commit-
teeman (or the State of Illinois,
has been a leading figure in the
Israel Bond campaign in Chi
cago and on the national scene
since its inception some 14 years
ago
Humphre>
*ork ii State ot Is
rael -ii*1 l< r hum in
he In it e< I SI
tries Hi "I
Arvc)
"Israi
ul .1 man ho i pri
Ii
51 i frei
Stati s and Israi I i'ue I'resi
I 11 edom is gr
menl ol I Ul"
cannot ':"'
without justici thi i '"' ,"'
,: eedom
l) Prime Minisl I :'-"'
\rxty'* rei
all) the Israi I

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."ii
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kMth M>n reel
m l-racl The u
Presented to Col Jacob M
Arvey a distinguished lead*'
in the c-eation and develop-
ment of the State of Israel, who
has earned the eternal grati
tude cf its government and peo
pie A founder of the Israel Bond
drive his nme will live in the
annals of America and Israel as
a light and gv. ide in the he-oic
ind historic rebuilding of Is
rael
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maxed t'hn

HOME OF THE HC TWIN DOUliE
Nt 2ttkrulM IS PiitTisMHJ
Ti.'Tnf PALMtTTOfaPRESSKa-
TOB'^POAD t CthSTRffT
Continued from Page 1-A
tupplj Israel with Buccaneers 11
this question, so far hypothetical,
111 ame a reality, it would raise
some ver> difficult issues H<'
stressed that t ho Government
vanicd to avoid an arms race in
ne New Baal
I am -lire." he told Mr Bur
Jhr Will Head
Messengers' Unit
Harold C Uhr will be installed
president of the National Asaocia
tion of Special Deliver; aleaaen
^er- ni the United States 1'oslal
Service on Baturda)
A former Chicagoan t hr haa
bean a resident of North Miami
Beach and i postal employee for
the past four yean,
in i%4. he served as secretary
of Local 79 At present he i- ad
j.itant of the Abe Horrowitl Post,
Jewish War Veterans, and waa
recently awarded the JWV Amer
icanism and Patriotism Medal
' for hi- coordination oi the Vet-
erans Day Parade in November
The City of North Miami Beat h
presented Uhr with -i certificate
f recognition and appreciation
I n it- efforts m the Nos. n cele
I ration
He w ill l>e the first pel son ol
lre Jewish faith to be insl
prei : the national ass
tion
"the whole Bouse will be well
desire to an
arms race in the Middle Easl
while we feel th.n the arms bal
ance in the Middle East has
-, verel) affi eti d by shipments
i li> other countries, we
tjinU do nol wish to stimulate
fresh round of shipments ol anj
thing of tin- kind The Prime
Minister assured the House ol the
sentiment of the British Govern-
ment "to ensure thai everything
it done i" preserve tin independ
ence of Israel ami to do everything
in our power, which i- not easy,
to damp down the cause Of ten-ion
in that area"'
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+Je*1st FkrkH^r
Friday. January 1. 1965
Cuban Hebrew Social Circle has elected offi-
cers for 1965. Front row (left to right are Moi
ris Gimelstein. second vice president; Dr. Felix
H. Reyler. outgoinq president and executive
director: Dr. Bernardo Benes. general secre-
tary. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig. spiii'ual leader;
Enrique Kalusin. president; Dr. Oscar White,
first vice president; Abraham Zacroisky. treas-
urer; Jacob Israelit. administrator. Standing
(left to right' are Jacob Biniakonsky, vice ad
'rator; Moses R : I] >r1 v.
Kicob Chmnsky. IN met "
vice president; Dr. Isidoro Lerman. vice execu
tive director; Wolf Fingeroff, Ben Wolpe. Kal-
man Wodonos, directors; Mis. Ofeha Ruder,
executive secretary Jaime Wolpe. director.
Simon Shaftal. vice secretary: and Leiba Gar
mizo, director. The organization meets at its
offices, 1519 Washington Ave Miami Beach
Schwartz Speaks Before Luncheon
(i : s;,iirt/ p c-..!. hi "i Conferw "I ChrWfauU and Jew.
Uiam| b^.cJ, i. u, of B'nn t<- the waaklj li'nai B'rilh *es<.-
B'rith pok lo members "i the ,Mek ia prci*i by a bom kmck
lodge':' Luncheon Club on Two-1 eon
I.,,, .i i p m.. at HM t>il.i*U ltotol, tJeTakM s Miller a pat lodge
,,'.'') od1965" president, is lunchc v Beach public relations Honorarj life president, Imn
Mi SchuartJ outlinr ,1 ih. ims "I the National chairman
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Continued from Page 1-A ach, Ignoring truth and sup
pr.....und regret" over the con i",|,m- ""'" deadl) enemies" He
: nut I "rigid ways" <>t the Soviet '"'(l ,?1(' Knesset thai he would
n, citing the Soviet veto "t nevertheless "seize ever) oppor
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plaints registered bj Israel and
Syria over a November 13 i
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k it evaded designal
. ggressor Syria, in Ui.it clash
llow ver he added, "even tl -
i vi sive proposal ha> been \.
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France occupied a central p'ace
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iJewish ncrktian
Friday. January 1. 196S
Israel Ambassador Comay to be Speaker
At Hebrew Academy Scholarship Dinner
The State of Israel*! Ambassador
to the United Nation-. Michael
Comay, will te principal speakei
bond*} night as Ike (iieater Mi-
; mi Hebrew Acadeim marks it-
:7th anniversssrj nh the large*
i I'nner m its Mstorj at tlir Deau
idle Hotel
Mr and Mrs Samuel Reinhard
i Miami Beaeh, will be guests of
honor at the 17th annual scholar
hip fund dinner fur the Academ)
i-t Hebrew da) school in the
.-..nth.
Dinner Chairrran Leonard Ro-
sen and Academy President
Louis Merwitx*r said Wednes-
day that more than 1 SCO persons
and possibly as many as 2,COO,
will attend the S10C a-couple func-
tion.
It i- .! fitting tribute to both
lh< Hebrew Academ) and t" Mi
. ml Mi Reinhard that 1-1 a< I -
MR. AND MM. ffFINHAgD
< in. : 'd the l \ and Mr
< maj i accepted our invita
lion I joi ith us Sun-!.
n and Me
Former Israel Ambassador to
i anada Coma) is one ol hi- na-
tion's most articulate -pike-nun
and foremost diplomats He i- in
the forefront ol Israel's current
campaign '" sreatly improve the
nation*s educational facilities
Ambassador Comay. chairman
. t the state oi Israel's permanent
n legatioa to the United Natii ns
: ,i- i distinguished record ol sat
i ice to bath hi- native South Mri-
i .i and to I-
Born in Cape Town, he received
his B \ and law legrees Prom the
I niversitj "t tape Town and sub-
sequent!) a Barrister ol the
. Court then- During the
-.....\\ 'I ii w i. he served w th
- \. ., armed I rces in
b -h the Middle East and the I ni-
li m with the rank "l
or
In ; .: .. Con a) set e I in I
special
: the South fri
ii-t i', dpi ation Me
, ... ,'.. ; t,i the Political De-
: \ enc).
carrying nut special misMons to
Ninth Anna. Australia and New
.. I, i He -i I \ t ..- stall .nl\ is
lo ;h" .! w ish Agencj delega
lion t the I il I Nations in 1W7-
mmed pre
staleho \ -
Ambassador Comay was a
member of the Israel delegation
tc the thirc*. fourth, ninth, tenth,
liih and 14th sessions of the
General Assembly, and chair-
man of the delegation at all sob
sequent sessions.
\ special cantat Kn ode t
Learning ill I b)
r of the Hel i
\. adem) under the l<
Mi Jack Donnerstat nt
i. lor, written special!) I
la) event by ] >-
Gross, princi] al of tin -. hool i>in< i
it- incepl
Under hi- leadership, the Acad
i m> has grown from handfu
children to more than KM boys and
girls studying comprehensive He
and English classes I
Charting final arrangements for the Hebrew Academy's 17th
annual scholarship dinner set for this Sunday at the Deauville
Hotel are key Academy figures. Left to right are Samuel
Reinhard Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal. Morris Bienen
ield. honorary vice president, and Dan Satin.
Tenth graders from the Hebrew Academy Girl's High School
will serve as usherettes, at the Academy's 17th annual scholar
ship dinner this Sunday at the Deauville Hotel. Moie tnan
2.000 persons are expected to attend 'he SlOO-acouple din-
ner honoring Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard. founders of the
Academy. Standing (left to right! are Sandra Ehrenreich. Bon-
nie Sue Brodie, Sally Liebman and Diane Matza. Seated (left
to right) are Toby Cavel. Robin Zelkowitz and Carolyn Bud-
nick
Dinner Committee Hard at Work to Make
Function Most Successful in History
_______- ._j .ii
AMBASSADOR COMAY
B. I. BINOIR
...
a i
Canter Abraham Seif. of Knes
r:h Isiael. will tear/ the s.r.g.ng
of the American and Israel nt-
tionil anthems, and Rabbi Da
vid Lehrfield, spiritual leader of
Kneseth Israel, will offer the in-
vocation. Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
of Beth El, executive vice presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Rab-
birical Association, will give th
benediction. Rabbi Betel Wem.
of Beth Israel, will offer a pray-
er in tribute to the Reinhards
and to the Academy.
1 o of th< !; ii hard- u grand-
chil Ii en iim-i ..) them V i)
. nt-. w ill ite Sex enth
gi .ni. r Rot* M Ren hard .' ill speak
ler livin Keinnard
v di lead the hami
Academy Opened
School Year
With 425 Students
'1 he Hebrew V > ni\ opened
th' current school yeai will
i nt! i .- is "ie th i Ihe
I i- oc< up) n>i it- iu .v mil
lion dollar l>iiildin_ on Pine Trei
In and 24tt Sti
Presently, the Academ) i- the
onl) Hebrew D..> Bdtool in the
southeastern region <>i the United
States which operates .- aurser)
kindergarten, aad complete ele
mentar) and Junior High Depart
n enl
This i-eai th. Academ) open
Senior High s<-hool far girls
starting with the loth grade. in
llth grade i- planned for iw;.i and
;i 12th grade in MM
Of the total student bod) there
re approxtmatel) mi percent
a I iris
The liebn \adem> i- <
credited b) Ihe Klori la Stati De
partment i,i km u ,,i ,,n
I he i hool combine- an in
t< n-n e Hebrew i
cation w ith a n gulai public si hool
program Classes meet five days
i I I etween I
p m
The school draws it- student
bod) from ever) section "i the
Greater Miami area including itu
dent- from Broward Count) West
Miami South Miami and North
Miami Beach Student- ait trans
|i"i ted i,> ., fleet of eight buses
It i- e-tmuted that (he COCt
|x>r ,-tiident i- approximatel) S^ni
per year, which incluTe- tuition
More than 73 percent of the
-indent- attending the Academ)
in IpteBta of either a partial
tnl! -(holarship
Dinner Committee of more than
100 men and women ha- hern
WOrktng for more than three
months to insure the succeai of
Sunda) night's Hebrew Academ)
dinner under the leadership of the
school's president and chairman of
n- Hoard of Directors
President LOUIS Mem it/, i who
succeeded B I Binder and became
the thud president of Uh Vcad
emy in its 17-year hiator) has
been < rking hand in hand with
i eonard Rosen board chairman,
he aci i ptcd the position ol
eral dinner chaii n
Binder himself has been Weep^
ing pace with Roten and Mer
wttier in his role as co-chair-
man. He has been aided by four
associate chairmen, all long-
time Academy and communal
leaders They rt Maurice Re-
viti, i A. Cantor, Joseph Cohen
and Harry Genet
Wolfic Cohen and Osi at Mamber
rm<
ner The rommitte has hi
do/, n inei tings, including m i
Suni!.t> morning sessions
Alexander Gross
cipal sim i the \ idi incep
1 as partk ipati I in all ol
i mmittei nd
mng i ssi<
But the n
Women in Major
Role on Sunday
;.!.,> an roll
i Ireatei Miami Hebi \
and recognition
i- In ii..
17th .. : ual
Dei .- !i '

the 'it with
w ith the coupli i let'
And the wite ot 1 Si ie \
sador to the United Nations Mrs
Michael loan Coma) i- accomp
an>in^ her husband here for the
salute to the Heinhaid-
17 vice chairmen and all of th I
committee members, and to th
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and Mi- Sam Kemhard and n
porters of the leadens*/, who hai
combined to make thai the large*
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* PniU IhtiHtr
Paqe 11 -A
Eban Asks Reds to Join West in Mid-East Watch
Cc tinued fiom Page 1A
lives ol \i.ih .< ,- ... ;..,.; ,,| make il into .i litli
m i-i.,. proclaimed openl> .. iub .talc-.' 11. at tbj r;
j.f ii -.1- > 1 '{>.
i n .in.i -.ml
sra< I would ''" nde I in
i hire .i- in !) pas) against all
*rar> axgrt < | thrc \U
laacm
i pi) tn i ii >.-. made
Ihi b) repre
i o( .v ai and ,i i hi i. "i
i the elimination "i I-
In : ail th vasl It
I>> -m'-n'-i| I % tlii- 13 meml i state
i ii ncnl i ul l da w 'I lu
i memtx r thai Ihei h \ e no moi <
i ht- hi- than my ( Ihci
102 statei I in Ihi ba s of my verj
11 lit i ontac t- wil li man) mem
f the \ ib League, Eban < bei itatei here I kn t th.it the
tl i ^ ti'"v hoped tn li" idate i- majorit} "f membei I Ii In the
I nited \. it, in desii p Israel's
nt)
He also charged that tint year,
the Aiab states made it clear
fiat thev consider the Arab ref-
uqees as a force of hostility anc1
possib'e aggre-.sion aga nst Is-
rael. He quoted the spokesman
(3r Kuwait, vho ado>es Assembly previously, to the ef-
fect that the Arab aim was "not
in assisting the refugees, but
libeiatirg their homeland He
appealed to the United Nations
to reiect the Arab thesis that li
rael had no right of existence
and cou'd be liquidated
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+Jmi$f> fhrkfiarJ
Friday. January 1. 1965
OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS
Rabbi Samuel April
Of Temple Or Olcm
SB Youth Meet to Air Current Issues
Samuel / n
i fat
Vpnl. ser\ ed the B \
l
being i ailed
I leld [or 20 : ei His pai ents
h ive just i. from .i t ur
i. Israel and are presently living
in Miami. Attending the local
school system he graduated from
.mi High as salutatorian in
He comi'loti'.I his studies ; shiva L'niversitj in 1954, receiving
a BA degree in political science
am) winning the debating award
In 1955, hi' was granted the MA
from Columbia i niversitj in the
field "i educational psychol
^i-~in\.i awarded him .i schi
. id study and travel in Israel
He was ordained .it Hebron The
e'Ojiic.il Semm.try in Jerusalem
and also was honored with the de
gree oi ordination bj the late Rab-
bi Isaac Halevi Herxog, Chiel Rab
II of the Hol) Land
!li> !>rt pulpit was at Temple
i manuel, Lakeland Fli He serv-
ed there two years, during: which
t me be w as at live in tni
terial Association and repn.....
Judaism in c hur< h< s ol \ ariou?
<). nominal efs
He n I : man ied his ifc
t formei J dith Holober
Lakeland, in Temple Emanuel
The) are the parents ol Max Mi
chael, 5, and Lizabeth I
i A st, 1958
KABBI SAMUIL APR/l
^1 ritual lead) i i
ir in.'in m Miami
He is I member of the Greati
tliami Rabbinical Associatfbn. Hi
,i- been an active book reviewei
r the B ireau ol Jew ish Bduca
ion and lecturer for many Jewisl
ions He has parti* ipatei
ii VI isons Alpha Bpsilon Pi
i B'rith c hildren s Hum.
i tj ol Floi ida Exe< utive Board
lenomina activities n
churches and schools in the South
i and < ommunal religious
rs
M
191
i wide
A c .it .u it) group Ol 140 men
?frs ol [he Al.'i'h Zadik Aleph ill I
B'nai B'rith Gil Is. rcpresi nting
0 membei f the
B'rith in 15
ighout the State I I
i i 27 to 30 at i amp
lauer Naranja, Kla
: the iiii '
md "Do I Can Je \
i i standing and v
hrough BBYO
Rabbi Morri* Kipper, Temple
Judea, discussed the need tor
Jews to bridge the gap between
the problems created by today's
society and the necessity ot in-
volvement in finding solutions
to these problems.
Ret i: d w a r d Graham Mt
'ion Baptist Church, reviewed the
ii.rid -erne and the need t" con
Zionist Confab
Opens in Israel
Continued from Paoe 1 A
nore evident mid everything Ps
should be done lo preserve
ind strengthen the Diaspora and
-r.iel for their mutual benefit
Speakers al a eetii I dele
ates representing the Herul Hi
r World Movement str sse '
the situation ol world Jewry
the erge "t colli
ri \ iew ol the la< k of pioneei
The) called for increased
e field of du-
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SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION VAYERA
Mosei and ^ai mi i shorl Pharaoh to release the Israelites
"And Moses and Aaron wrenl in unto Pharaoh" (Exod 7 10).
"The Lord, the <:>h| of the Hebrews, huih lenl me unto
thee, laying Lei Mj people go" (7:16).
Vayera Cod t. id Moses th:it He had flrsl appeared to
Abraham, Isaac nn>\ Jacob as Kl Shaddai, ami had made a cm.-
n.-.r;t with tin- patriarchs to give them the land ol Canaan Not
hearing the unhappj cry oi th- children rrf Israel, the Almight)
^ :i reminded "i his covenant.
Pharaoh refused to lei thi- children <>f Israel depart from
the land >! K :> pt (;<*! brought seven plagues on the Egyptians
in an attempt to iorce Pharaoh's hand. blo murrain, boils, and hail
At first Pharaoh conceded to Moses, "I and my people ..ri-
wicked Entreat the Lord, and let there hi- enough ol these
mi hi> thunderin -. and hail; and I will let you go" (Exod 8 21
28i Bui when the plagues stopped, Pharaoh's heart was hard
ened again, ai d hi refused t<> let the Israelites
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
Shenoold and the volume is available at 11 William St., New
York 5. NY. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Traditional Rabbis Decide
Against Ncn-Kosher Affairs
v SvONAiRES C O N G R FC.ation
II a Ha M .dem Trad.t.onal.
SAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW ISIrd St
(ooi. ,j|iy, Rabb. Ha'Oid R.enter
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AOLER GRANADA V SW *! SEPHARDiC JEWISH C E N T E R S4^
I Co-ii'yii-.i Rabb, David Roa- Con.'- A.e Rev Ctnfr Sao, Nan
fed Canio' George Goidbarg itilai
A TASTE OF HEBREW
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A Weekly Column for Beginners
paaaaaaal by
THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE
ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE
tad Ike
AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
MUnr: D* *HI OMO KODF.^H
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By DR MAX LIPSCHITZ
Belh Torah Congregation
Ouestion: Should traditional rabbis
attend nor l.osher religious cele-
brations?
At sho ild liki
'.im/.' thai this response i>
directed t,. Jews who espouse the
. dhi rence ol Kashrut. it not lor
1 h < m 1 elves, at
It-a-t lor their
s>nagogues
spiritual leaders
ihi- diet 1 j
law. now prat
ticed 1 > Jew s i"t
0\ r Him' mil
lenia have been
responsible 1 o r
the conservation
a n d intensifies
t 1 11 n 11 .lew ish
life and tradi-
lion Although
t h e Torah cate
gorizei Kashrut
.1. one "i t h
statutes (Hukkimi for which there
no reasons given, Maimorudes
.iinl others agree thai it enhances
the sell ol our biologi
i al appetites and ui e
Sti an .e how our du I 1 hoi
estrol const iou genei a
pline it -*-11 I r phj ..1 health,
and at the same tin I it diffi
i ult to adopt .1 il.i't
od 1 .m its
idles
B< thai \ th"' Ji
Orthodox 1 '
i'- b) h
that al li st n4 1 its
lo max
. K
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in rate th I Even the
clement n I on
itivi rabbiA idhen I K
rut
Moreover when
: ,,t. -,;n'.. "in the
ssnagi 1 allj
b) virtue o( the essential na
ture ol this sim ha, il becomes
.1 v\ n function Now w h
.,- in in> opinion the sj
1 annot imp 1 its public w .11
the private religious disinclination
ol the individual, it does behoove
the s> 11..-:" tie and it- religious
tionariea not to public!) sane
on what it. national rabbinic
bod) considers travest) ol the
mitzvah itseli
1 quote from the I r.ite.l >> na
ue Ret ie 1 Sp< in- 19W "it
devolves upon the synagogue to
teach religion and ritual noi mete
|j b) leel I sermon but b)
example as well "
It i> lor tin. reason thai m
afta their
lend Bai Mitzt ah parties hei <
non I kI it In-.11.
In .1 recent letter to m> own
n. I stated
'1 he decis n belie*.. us was
difficult, since we all sincerelj
sire to share in your joyous occa-
sion, .mil we -till shall in OUI
rts and uiil wishes, whethei
w e are presi nl "r nol We Join
m.uiv 1.1 on.- colleagues thr-
out the count!> who have sear
their souls and consciences, and
whose decisions have been well re
irived bj then communities
"We are confident that you, tOO
will appreciate our conviction.
and strengthen our hand-, bj re
'.n, .mi decisions .1- spiritual
le.iilei M.i'. e .til thai we '
- st you in planning
\oui lion
B it a rabbi also requires the
emenl 1 his laj lei
ship 1 commend our own Execu
live Committee I n strengthening
the hand of it- rabbi, as well a-
the m.1 i"i itj of our I ion
I I., hot for the emphatii n
this il.-
. ision
Edwnrd T. Newman, local fu-
neral diioctoi and owner oi
the Newmon Funeral Home
In Miami beech, is conqrat-
ulated upon his election as
first vice president of the Jew-
ish Funeral Directors of Amer-
ica Association by Burton L.
Hirsch. president, at *.he re-
cent convention of the Assoc
lalion at the Concord Hotel
in Kiamesha Lake, N.Y.


Page 14-A
IfHitffkriJLir
Fnday. January 1. 1966
Between You j Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Problem of Growing Intermarriage Coming to US Forefront
** ....,., i. .., m ,i iho lymotonw of whal !
the problem o( growing intermai
' riage between Jews and non-Jews mj
;hi- country i- coming more and more
to the forefront in America) Jewish com-
munity life. It has reached .i point where!
the Federation ol Jewish Philanthropies
: New York the largest Federation in)
h<- United States has taken i hand in!
t This is probably because then are!
more mixed marriages m New York than'
nj other \"' rican city the m ire
i nit it i- to establish t1 ere the pi
mat rtages among Jew s
In a city ltkr New York, whi i
1-uildings one not know who his nelshboi is on the
same floor, it is easj to '> intermarried v Itrac!
ing any special attention The initiative taken by the
New York Fedei ation lo arrange fo
ol the causes ol intermarriage and on remedies to
v-enl its growth will probabl; i emulated now bj
er at ions in other communities Perhaps the mosl i
. result of the two-day discussion, in which rabbis
and social workers partici] ate I is the form I i given
they
III II to
forrion News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
Record Participation at Zionist deference
>,, ii
THE 26th ZIONIST I
lh in
ill have record :
I -
m .",i com ell
e th.it! 100 n es ol
youth
nts, oi ganization* a n d
I,, M-hal i xtent this unusualli
,. be taken as i measure ol the actual growth
revitalization oi the Zionist movement is as
too early to tell, though it doe* reflecl the efforts
being made in this direction Much will depen
the ability ol the movement to break away irom
established patterns, the inadequac> ol which ha>
becn proven over the past years
In thi> connection one should stress the merit
i the ; which "ill be placed in-toro the
Congress to change it- present partisan framework
vii a- to enable t">th individuals and organizations
to become part of the Zionist movement without
the prerequisite of having to subscribe to any of the
Zionist parties
While the idea brought forth some years age ol
replacing the Zionist Organization with an organl
zation of "Friends of Israel" never appealed lo
Cgjgj Spotlight: By MIITON FRIEDMAN
War en Poverty
Washington)
rE ISRAELI Urn and the kil>
ii.t/i'ii have developed edu-l
cational techniques to be used m|
President Johi oi War on Poi
Whi n unskilled Ami ricai
yi ut'.-. ini I iding Negroes, arc
trained bj the new urban jol
expei ience will
e. This aled|__
the 1 tfice ol Kaui lion
It was meanwhile learned that Ai edu
... ... ate iacial integiation ol scl
thn ujjh experieni e in e lu< al
iiltura bai kgrounds
L'ndez a small liut highly promising pi
rei ben have been enlisted to conduct
i-<.! h i ijects related i" current vital problems
\ i ed i tio
Dr Francis \ .' lanna direct i the Office
Fducati n*s division ol educational research
termed the Israi ects our ce lit
said Ihe Israelis performed "very phisticated i
i ..t iona real \ alue to culturally
lirived American children includin Ihoa I Nt
Pueii Ri< an ba< kgrounds '
1 he resean h is finai Pul I :
Act of i pi ol -nr
plus L'.S
i he sales
bj the i government The law permit
portioi ship
of aciei rch
Although the I'nited St iti
cnl> .".!....... l-i i. '-
have proved exl ioi Unary according to Ralph
C \l Flynt mmissionei I the B
Edui tiona earch and Dei elopn
\ir Flynt has visted Israel several limes
in deeply impr.......I bj Israeli educational efl
Me feel- that i-1 i i tegration oi such minorities
Yi menites and Moroecam is helpfully analagous
in current attempts to Integra i i :i in
Aiihtu an -i i
The i S experts impressed by Israeli ad
vances in the basM pi icesa of learning to read
Method- of teaching illiterates by the Israel Anns
have been noted Such techniques nun prove ol
v.ihie to Ihe newly 01 II Ized dome-tie peace tii-
known a- VISTA Volunteers In Service to Amer
icai Israeli insights and findings will lx> available
to K Sargent Shriver, the Administration's anti-
povert) chief
. .. t- pi
d, thi' !'-' I utmo-l
spi '
I
i- to be gi> en mi n
, i i 1 Immigration II
..... ...
ed
Indi ed. in I quartci
million
rest nting a higl ini|
years when then
the dimensions of in ns iron '
closing ol Ihe gales ol countries which unl I
i-onstil led a ma> liot urce
1 he imposin quart i millioi
immigrants i- nol hi levoid
aspects, the ni.nn one being that onl> aboul 22.000
trom among them can .... tries
More specifically, durinii 1961, 1962. 1963
tir-i three months ol 19W only 184 cami Ii
Western Europe; 2.395 Irom England; 6.612 li
the l A and I i i...... Latin An
ica
Compared with earlier years these figures 'i"
repreaent an increase certa nly as far .i-
I.atm American countries go but surel) these
are (mures leaving much lo be wished lor Surely
an annual immigration rate ol lew than 2.000 from
the U.S.A. and Canada i- far irom any reasonable
target
It i> dear that much reatei efl rts will I
to be direi ted tow ard thi
i ation trom Ihe Westi
I (rative for Israel
since Ihe imi ntm
i- nearing it-- con< lusn
The past [out yeai
prove men! in thi ...
only difficult In
ved, Imi which w
stanl flui'
il the annual lota
the fluctual
i.uich as 100 percent
Tl there were montl
ti. be kept in transit c mps
.i- i ad} i'he tti.ii
pert en! I the mm,
ii i ly Irom -lup- "letit- pn
-. am < Ihe ren
and Youth Aliyan
D Mo. I. K >n .....Bg i V",
\H,uH, Jewry today The v. lei Khola
7r' .udicnrel
Thc consumptive condition oi Jewish life, he *ant
,iso the sell alienation ol Ihe Jewish tntelleetaale and
Mnencan J.....^ scholars that
know what l ". ascribed lh i
idera
.horn he accused ol evadn mn} ""l M*rttual
:!,- Healso.ttrib led it to th. ;""
eat in transmitting the Jewish heril <"
Mitt.
Ml,
....
betted in their

lure
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Changing Calendar
ITS TIME TO I hi I
on the wall
I heard a
:' I them |0
KiiMiai II leachei Baked
ee pupils whal pictures thej
had hai thi ill- ol th. .'|
homi -
l he firal > I they had 'he
pictures ol Marx oa
their wails
i ..... that on their ills Ihej had
\ and Leoia
Tbr th.rd -i Jewish boy -aid Ihes hjd no
res hang i
why nol aaked th* teacher
"Because laid the Jrwi-h boy our family
.
I el us I it. in the m Russian
catch up and I nil hive
,. >ji
it iving
t:l jtter
differ-
.ran
,
f a 16 yeai
ether %
'.i I l>r*ti
pre -
,i
neat, ha rok>
,
. -,k era B
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UH Listcninq Post:
By SAUl CARSON
Battle tc Keep Israel Out of 'Group 77'
UERE WE ARE I n<
n
......
the twi ntiel
[ the t< :

, pryth
I
l
of ihe
t'cii tiot licipation. in I

trie- w huh are insistu
afflui nee. Tl ntrie I the
' the have nots' in tl

Is ol life, socially and eeonomn all; i
hi 0) nized by the United Natu i
land w.i- subjected to a sqw the
'
i i
which insisted on keepint thi l< .,.- stati
Group ol t: tion to -:.
Israel into the group \ as. of course.
i athei thai n i or mm ial res
l| ..pplica-
.. to rr-
. B .I
ittac
Wl
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...
iad aad
had n
Based
It m<
i
ild definitely
Israel II
I the other vutoeommille*
. exeoM for
to h.n. torn*
' Stnee lb* General Assembly *:.< m a
' ib due to
I n ihe financing ol prace-
operatioM ihieh ilso involves -a- lapaaMra i
aaaaai other, mm of the Assembly those committee,
Hea hWort. wh.eh the claim* (or
tatat. ,H.ld havetocoOM Tbrrr-
hurry the i aims o( the
kaaai tot
1*"'" -" lo : hip ... the overall
'vance
Group of 77 MhM-n
: 7i'" Tana, at
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Friday. January 1. 1965
Jewi*t ih rfrttor
Pape lb A
New Israel Cabinet Decides Not
To Reopen Pinhas La von Case
I Loading rabbis and presidents of the North
Dade synagogues meet a' the home of Dr. and
A:s. Max A. Lipschitz for a dinner meeting at
khich North Dade participation in Combined
^Jewish Appeal It discussed. Dr. Irving Lehr-
man. 1965 CIA chairman, was guest at the
meeting. Left to right are President Merle
Michaels and Rabbi Richard E. Marcovitz. of
Beth Moshe Congreqa'on: Rabbi Sherwin
Stauber. Younq Israel of Greater Miami: Pres-
ident Richard Sneider. Beth Torah Congrega-
tion; and President Bertram Lew and Rabbi
Harold Richter. B'nc Raphael Congregation.
Seated (left to right are Rabbi Jonah Caplan.
Temple Adath Yeshurun, Rabbi Lehrman. and
Rabbi Lipschitz. Beth Torah Congregc';on.
labbis, Presidents In No. Dade Unite For CJA Campaign
! i Max \ I.:-< bitz, spiritual
d< r ni r.i tli Torah Com n -..
;. h -i < me u< the
ind : i I leading
rth D
Tin p i lei .it
joined l>r ti d M Up
.mil Ii Irving Lcbrman,
nfa iwd Jew lafa Appeal
Pi : man ind Mi Lehrman in
1 the
n oguc* -r i. i i eaidents i
rth Miami eomnunitj under
Ml *i:i If nt I J \
Pledging their support toward
1% community program on behalf
af the 41 Agencies of Combined
Jaw %h Appeal were Rabbi Rich
rd E Marcoviti and President
Merle Michaels, of Beth Moth*
Congregation; Rabbi Liptchitx
and President Richard Sneider,
Of Beth Torah Congregation; and
Rabbi Harold Richter and Presi
dent Bertram Levy, of B nai Ra
phael Congregation.
V .: Jonail I ,.;iij:'.. >!
Ti ; i v! ill Veshurun; Rabbi
- i mm Stauber, "i n I >t i<
Miami; an I Rabbi Shi
\- : t'ii- He
E locators \
\. .> w .,t*.- ai tiairman,
Di Lehrman outlined tli<- pi"11
: lx>th it home and bi
i elv pi>ori from !!* an-
i
Hi' .il- i spoke ot the United
.) i-h Appeal's Itfesaving work in
countries overseas tin' largest
voluntary philanthropic program
pver undertaken Rabbi Lehrman
, urncd from pai i.> ipating
in tin- I .1 \ r.\ Nl
York
: cfaitz noted tl
! I .11
North Dade commui it) i* in
ade possible b\ I
v hose v i*:".i and pai'
the rea's
to tin- pn talus
K.ilihis and president;
their tin' at ion f"i th- com
n.iiniH u nk program t1 Rabbi
Lehrman rl t<> lr\ in who
i- < r \ i, g '.
lui of the North Dade *ynaj
i am
Continued I'om Paoe 1-A
convention scheduled tor Febru-
ary and that he would publish
the new material which he sub-
mitted to the Justice Minister on
the case after getting censorship
clearance.
Thi
I Staff Yitzhak Rabin on
laili [ the incident on Mount
' \\ la) in w hit h
three l i bordei ;
v : ounded b) Jordanian
i ire *hik
Aral Momen who were permitted
i.\ the i i ithontii
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PI :\ I
ii.' Ministei Eshkol repoi
tu thr Cabinet on his meek
kid Bull, chief of .'..(! of tin
t nited Nation* 11 ucc Supers i
inizatum, in which Ihe runner
Mrs. Grossinger
Endows Facility
A new dining hall will b< con
-.: ui led mi th<' centi is of
Ihe Hebrew L'niversit) "i Jerusa
me of Mrs
New York Statr
rest*rt o .> ner and Miami B<
nsident it >.i announced bj the
i ru an Km Hebrew
l njversits
The SlOi
housed m thr Jew ish Nat
I niversits Librars the lai
,n 'ii tin- camp is nd I be
ibrai > of both the in
ai .1 the st ite of Isra
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which ".II provide meals to
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I I m Jo eph .1
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,.t the Hebrew I niversits
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Beth Torah Has
Annual Coffee
Irving Newman, monhenhip
vice preaidenl of Beth Torah Con
tn ..ition. reported that over 150
new Doaabtn attended the annual
cottce ipoaaaaed t>> Ihe coMraga-
Ition for it< new members
rhc coffee, held Sunday night
( ,t Beth rorah'i Social Hall, gave
the new members an opportunity
to meel with officers an.l raligioui
,i.ift of th- ion. regatioa
I". enl Richard Sneider gave
brief h tor> of tin c ogregation
,,! all new members to
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ruing for the biq social event of the year cf the Biande.s
Group of Hudassah for the Matilda Washlon Luncheon at the
Fontainebleau Hotel on Friday. Ian. 15. are seated deft to right
Mis. Fred Jonas, honorary president, and Mis. Sam Ruban.
chairman. Standing (left 'o rightj are Mis. Wa^hton. luncheon
hostess end Mrs. Otto Sandman, chaninon Proceeds will
be used for maintenance of the Hadassah Medical Centei :i
Jerusalem.
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' tJTewisJh Floriidiaiti
Miami. Florida. Friday. January 1. 1965
Section r
Women's Institute at Emanu-El
Temple Emanu El an noum
ng of the Women instituti
of ,i. m ish Studies I ir tl
-,., r held i
'I moi nn
\;
rhe first h

pw class Ini 10 ha\>
ni pi e\ inu know ledge >! thi Ian
.1 i>h in learn the I
i ihe lai
\'i Ida Porush .>- instruct" i
, n it .i ins class, >
cunl "i -"| lj for
ho havi completed Hir bt
. row < and i-li to di velop
i the prayers offered
during worship services with Can-
loi Z\ i Adler .< instrm t"i and <
, onvei sational II i> i e class
i will iir helpful lor th
vho n i trip to Israel in
nind
l
The
m ruesd

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. ith I'i In
.. i" -i .
m on the '
l ( lew isi 1
nd. thu
; .. > ..I each month, .i survey
,i Jew ish historj class -^ ill be 'leld
\.iih Morris Tarasow education
director "f the Temple, bs in
structor during which participant*
will gathei for > special led i
,
from tl
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I ihi omei I tituti
.-. Mi- .'
K j / m .i ii Siti rl edui ation
i sident Mr- Leu
VIi. Maui .i Gans Mrs Jc
loodman Mrs Isadorr Lorbi
Charles Rosengarten, Mr
srai Wit' h -""l Mr* t hom;i
front
Mrs. George Gmsbera. Miami Beach Council of B'nai B'nth
Women, recording aecretary. and proqiam vice president of
Huimony Chaptei. is recipient of the Ch. 7 Club Contact
award. Shown making the presentation are Mrs Sally M.il
ledge, duec'or of Women's Commun.ty Affairs tcr WCLT. and
Mrs Max S Kern, president of the Council. An additional
award was presented to Mrs. Jack Dernhv president of H
mony Chapter, at a regular meeting on Tuesday.
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in .ir Lima
\ tuned Miami !'' ach
., lot Hi h Coronation Qu i
N -., i. '!..- m.ii Club
- iheai i as ell as i B
i vice presidenl
,.i i ion i om, and an NFL
lar Girl
v rprisi : art) i given n>
honoi i Mi and Mrs Henrj -
Greenbaum .'t the Pub Restau
i .,ni on Sundaj evening, l> i
Hosting the affair
\\, ii i Mi Simon Simkovu
'Ii- The '"'
. rked Um ir ttth wed
anniversarj ""' :i'-" Ethel '"'l
Henn birthday, which hap
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+Jewis*rk>rkllan
Friday. January 1. 1365
Discussion leaders gather for a briefing ses-
sion to plan 'ie joint meeting of eight divisions
of the Greater Miami Section. National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, on Jan. 6 at the Dunont
Plaza Hotel at 10:30 a.m. Speakers will be
Mi?s Olive Alexander. Mrs. Mayme Williams.
Jack Gordon and Ernest Lent, each noted in
Dade County's civic and educational lile.
Theme will be "Pride and Prejudice in the
Immovable Middle Class." Hannah G. Solo-
mon, founder of Council, whose cnniversarv is
observed in January, will also be honored.
Shown are front row (lef' to right Mesdames
Joshua Segal. Rudy Baum. Joel Lee and Jos-
eph Bulbin. Second row are Mesdames Meyer
Baskin. Dorothy Kneger Fink. Myron Behi-
Pin, Samuel Gerson and Jerome Benson.
Third row are Mesdames Simon Markovich,
A. J. Ciisto. Jack Chernau and Eleanor Kogan.
Rear are Meedames Theodore Berman, vice
president of public affairs. Maurice Serotta.
chcirman of discussion leaders; and G>n
Kogan. chairman of the day.
Mrs. Abram Fox (second from right' presents Mrs. Joseph Ram-
bam with her pin signifying 'hat she has become a "Woman
of the Book" of the Greater Miami Women's Division. Mrs.
Scmuel Simonhofl Heft) and Mrs. Avraham Harman. wife of
the Israel Ambassador to the United States, look on. Pre-
sentation was made at the American Friends of the Hebrew
University "Woman of the Year" luncheon a' which Mrs. Har
man was guest speaker.
Cedars Names New Director
New Exhibition
At Beth Sholom



Mr- l>. id Driiik
I t hi '
h
Both Sh<>l<>i
. .
\.. '...- > Em M
rh<
bj Betl -' ill m I- esti
\ al t the Art hich Mrs Si i
mour SiUer i- cl
The exhibit is bemi sei I oul un
der ili.' auspii es of the 0
Ait Guild, and will be open la the
public ;ii thi- Temple's \it Ual
l-r>. 4U4 Chasi \ve., from n io ;>
on weekdays, <>n Friday evening*
after services, from 9 :to to 1"
p.in and Sundaj mornings, from
9 in 12 noon
Schindlers Will
Celebrate Their
50th Anniversary
In cHebration oi Bwll
1DI imTv:iiv. Ml .in" Mn
Samuel Srhimller. M Ik* Forte
rowers. iH I* honored al i n
ception and dmn. b) ">p
children at tn DiLido H u *
Satur lu\ i vening. '-i'1 -'
Ur and Mrs Schindler arc pio-
neer resident*
rived from Nov. York in 1925
settled m Lemon i
Mr Scmndter was in tbe retai
merchandising business tor nanny
years Ttoe) are longtime member"
oi Beth David Congregation, an.l
Mr Schindler l i charter member
oi B'nal H nth. 5 ttei l*
i hapter
Thr couple have three children,
who all live in Miami Irviu
Schindler, Mr- Edward Loveo,
and Mr- Daniel 11
\ i i ier son, LI Roland Schind
Mrs. Kelemer
Wins Award
\t i h i r. centl) hi '' n n
sh iv spons >red bj
n den i lub<
Mr- !(- Ki hi honoi
: t. Ml Sinai Hard
. .
\

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..
(Light


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Mom in
mind the
: rhich
the Mai
i ighi io >rhip 'I entire ar
. ( was placed on perfectlj
purple vi '
Mr Kelemer was ako recentl)
named "Woman ol the Year" b>
Mi Sinai Hospital Garden Club
her ulmt and outstanding
-. ji i i and t<> thr hospital
Mff. AMD /U#5. SCNMDMR
Ier. aras killed m World \\ui n.
Thev hove seven grandchHdn
fivi giandooni nl two a?
riauVtter*
Out-of-town gueats ill Iodide
Mr and Mr- lion Singer. M -
THIie Weinsteiu Mr- Harrj Mi
chanic all f Now York, and Mr.
ad Mrs it Dm man, Cape Coral
KI.. X
MtS tOSf RftlMft
Silver OH to Cornell
Paul Silver son ol Jack Bil
iaml Beach, i a itmtenl
th< I M Upon unipUtiiiti t hi n he 11 attend ( u
l niversit) restaurant and hotel
school for a year before >
fathei ami partner Hrrh it dk)
in th< Hlark Anieu* OperatKMM
;
Miss Barbara Bregande, RN, has
been appointed director ol nurs-
at Cedars of Lebanon Hospi-
tal it was announced bj S K
Bi nstein, hospital administrator
she replaces Mr- Doris M Eck
hoff, UN. who will I in i h irgc ol
Room sen ii i -
Miss Bregande ha- a >
r'ecn i has I pen pi
al i
i
.-'. was
unal

AMiilCA 5 0|iim: Cl tm
L.w. 1*miw
investigated nursing programs in
' i spitals in upper New York Stair
Most recently, Mis Bregande
uai a consultant to Mt Sinai Ho-
pital in Miami Beach, where she
; ii, ii ., ri scan h stud)
Is for major changes in
i
i month i"
Hadassah Units
Sieve Meetings
Hanna Sanefch G oup I 111
nthl>
ti on
Mrmbi'i
: ail r a
ber i- pn
:. nl
Morten Towers Groip ill inert
I .. noon i iuesl speaker
aiII :.. Mi Hi B Wernick,
i has Ier u e pn idi nl Mr- Eman-
Menti i- .i i p president.
Mrs Manning Mintus, president
of Stephen Wise Group >! Ha.la-
sah, annoancei an educational
ting and (Ineg Shabbal al Um
home "i Mr- Rose 1 uball Mrs
.ii ib I1 l>.i\i- will review "The
I ni Moses M 'iin mi-:,
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iday. January I, 1965
-Jewistthrkito*
Paqe 3-B

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fy
;v
. Eliot' Roosevelt, representing the Roosevelt family, pre
ne Lieanor Roo ev Hum Award to
Anna Brenner Meyers on Saturday night at the Am:
B ill, climaxing t! I Israel Bond rreatei
' | : "tenting the State ot Israel in the prwinta*
Ambassador Amiel Najar. Israel's envoy
Belgium and presently in the United Stati
delegation to the United Na'ions.
Israel Bonds Surpasses 1964 Sales Goal
At Ambassador's Ball Saturday Night
I ii iutanti s. tiiploi tlmr N
make the Ambassa their i I included
doi Ball n Saturday i I at I Shj rj \ Consul !<
tainebleau Hotel a festivi I'.S
i lebi ating the most sue
c audi Gen. and Mrs. 1
liott It Mr ai rl Ml Leo
nartl Rosei Mi an I li
linn Meyei 5. Sidi \. i
man ol the Patr< Cornmittet
and Mi \ : .1.11 k S P<
i Mr? Po|
Mr. an I'ank Mi
Carl W
tin .. loi mal bow
|A colorful highlight of the Ambassador s Ball was the qrand
Barch ol dignitaries who comprised tie ofiicial entouraqe of
.rniel Najar, member of the Israel delegation to the United Na
one. Foremost in 'he grand march were Trustees of Israel
. and Mrs. Sam Blank, and Shimon Yallon. Israel's Consul
.general to Southeastern United States, and Madame Yallon
Cithers in the Ambassador's official entourage were Mr. and
frlrs Carl Weinkle. Leonard Rosen. Rep. and Mrs. Claude Pep-
f-x. Gen. and Mrs. Eliott Roosevelt. Mr. and Mrs Sidney D
ruun. Mr. and Mrs Phil Rosenberg. Mr. and Mrs. lack S
: ick. Mr. and Mrs S.riney Cans. Mr and Mrs Shepard
read and Mr and Mrs lack Can
[ul > ear in lh< fuitoi cl thi
I -1 .ni Bond ill n
Total 19W talei nnnoui r*d l>\
l-i at I Bond I ha Lei nard
Rosen .. .*~ %2 570 HOO *ui pa
the $2 5 million g< al I n the j eai
Toppinj an impresive list ol
' : .i- I-
tador A in u I Najai and Ma
then
appeal am i in thi
United Slates Ni
M ihi i thi i S
Honored at the ball was Mrs
Anna Brenner Meyers, who re-
ceived the Eleanor Roo'>evelt-
lirael Humanitarian Award
Presentation was mjde by Gen.
Elliott Roosevelt, selected for
this role by members of the
Rcosevelt family.
Itend
Cancer League
Slates Meeting
v. men I'ancer '.
ih ill hold it- n
eetn
R0| |
Mi Jerome Rad pre: lent
. ,|i the '. i a I
and the i
Reports will be read b> the
annual Luncheon < ommittee i
men. and !> the Boutiq
:i an Mrs J<--i>ii Segal
Nominating < 'ommittee ; >r "
M ill appoint its cfa and
the Mate o( Executive Officers and
. mbers of the board tl be
scheduled tor the election i
II-.. to !> held in March
Pn
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par A
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The 16 ycurg lad.es p-esen'ed
in a colorful debutante cere-
mony ircluded Bonn.e G.iylc Cy
pen, Lrslie Gail Pins, Stephanie
Aiice Frehrirwi. Sandra Sue Is-
aacs. Janet Lei'ore Kati, Rosa
In.-" Merntt, Linda Iris Pollak,
Jarrt Sue Rab.nowiti
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+Mnlst ftorkHari
Friday. January 1, 1955
<^/n the r^calnt of <^ociet\f
Bovwins to Live In New Jersey After Beach Rites
After a noon ceremony on Sun-
da) Dec JT. at the Algiers Hotel.
I le former Janice Bernice Snyder
. id Bruce Stuart Botwin are on
;. honeymoon in Ocho Rios, Ja-
aica. after which they will re
t m 1 > motor tn New Jersey
The bride 1- the daughter ot Mr
; id Mrs Samuel Snyder. 4500 NW
Bth rer Miami. The groom is
-1 11 ol Mr and Mrs Samuel
Botwin, 6881 Bay I)r Miami
I each Rabbi Max Lipschitz offi-
< ated at the wedding
Maid nf honor was Elizabeth
Lerni Miami Rita Feld and
Sharon Schatz. Miami, and Gail
I ishbein. West Orange, N -I were

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r her w edding the ni w Mrs
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alencon lace The
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5, with hand sleeves and a
>p neck The very
[till -kirt was floor-length and had
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MRS. BRUCl BOTWIN
lace applique in a scatter pattern
The b^ack detail consisted Of a
hustle bow with streamers hang-
ing from the waist over an aisle-
wide chapel train. The lace and
pearl coronet were held in place
bj the multitiered silk illusion
veil. The bride carried a bouquet
ol lily-of-the-\ alley and orchid> 00
a Bible.
The bride graduated this month
from the University of Florida
School of Nursing with a BS de-
gree, where -he was a member of
(he Honor Court and on the Dean's
List. She will be employed by the
St. Barnabas Medical Center in
Livingston, N. J.
The groom ha- a BS degree from
the Pennsylvania state Universitj
College of Business Administra
lion, where he belonged to Phi
Lpsilon Pi Fraternity. Blue Key
Pat mi Sous Hon S ieties
- member of the Miami Jun-
ior Chamber of Commerce an I
entlj employed b> .1 Ne\
York 1 !' \ :irni
1 eel the wed
at the Algiers Tlu coi e will
live al Short Hill- Gai len Apt- .
Old short Hills R I Wi st Orange
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Wutcber, Mr and Mrs Marvin
Mack. Mr and Mrs. Joe Ostri.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Edelman,
and Mr. Leo Baum. who is also
associated with Henry in Conti-
nental Jewelers .
Two out-of-town cousin-. Mr
and Mrs. Fine, and Mr. and Mrs.
Weinstein, came down from
Palm Beach especially lor the
tccasion.
Arthur Rosichan, executive di-
rector ot the Greater Miami Jew.
ish Federation, and his Claire
playing host to their son and
laughter-in-law, Richard and El
en, who'll remain through the
Vear Then. It's ofl to
Atlanta. Ga for the couple.
a here Dick will be going for a
M ster degree in English lit-
erature at Emory University,
while Ellen teaches scl
N ted philanthropist and Wall
magnate. .' iseph Schlang.
his wife tl e Ivli-
at the Sterling Hotel
the sourci fit
behind thi Ji
dation
tha and Sheldon Gelli
Miami Beach, hosted a
rthday party dinner at
the ni-1 Bill Jordan Restaurant
and Bar oi Music for thi
'! Ill-lit
\ re si st ei
'her Mrs
bin Ackner, aunt Resa Bi
:
Rubin, vacationing hen- from the
Georgia Militarj Academv and
Steven Gardner.
Dr and Mr- Bernard Baer
back from their European tour.
celebrated their return to Miami
Beach with a dinner party at the
new Chandler's Restaurant in
Surfside
[>r anil Mr- Robert JaCObson
oi Miami Beach, hosted a mid-
1 ighl snack part) at Wolfie Co-
hen's Rascal House for then
daughter Barbara and girl friends
home from the L'niversitj ol
Michigan for the holidays
Holiday season visitors down
from Harrison, N V are the Abe
Corwins, parent- of Elaine Fein-
I ei Thej 're staying at the
Diplomat, but Elaine and spouse
Joe are playing host at their
Dade home to niece and
nephew .Patty and Jimmy Cor-
w in They'll all junket V(
ti Lucaya during the holiday!:
J01 1 uban TiU 1 r|
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Peggj and Mai Menu.:; ol
(amp Universe, had a dinner
lasl Saturday night
li ol their friends The)
gathered in then- Bay Hi
il mural of
' e Mermell family was
the first Ihing the) saw as the)
! in The family por-
win in honor
rove
of the new home the) are plan-
ning to build in Sunrise Harbour
Richard Zipp, in ol Edith and
Monroe Zipp, is home on leave
from the Army Richard is
stationed at Fort Belvior, Va..
where he is studying map com-
piling He will be in town
until after the New Year .
The family. Including grand-
parent- Ann and Henry Shier,
and aunt and uncle JoAnn anil
Altred Long, with their three
children all joined 111 a belated
Chanuka party last Sunday aft-
ernoon Since Richard could
not be home for the Chanuka
festivities, the party was held up
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What's Wrong With Our Chil
1 en Values and What Can We
Do About It w ill be the -c.
::i a series of monthly discussions
planned f r mother- to he hel I
Tuesday, 10 a.m., at the Miami
Beach YMHA. 1536 Ba) Rd
Mrs. Saul Miller and Mr- Nico-
las stern, co-chairmen for the dis-
cussion -cries, announced that Dr
Samuel Feldman, chief clinical
psychologist of the Juvenile Court,
will be guest speaker.
The YM and YWHA of Greater
Miami is a beneficiarv agency of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and the I'nited Fund
Miss Kaplan Now
Mrs. Feinstock
Mi-- LTlyn Jayne Kaplan be-
came the bride ot Robert Jiw
Feinstock in a double ring tandk
light ceremony Saturdav
Dee 88, at the Doral Beach Hotel
Mrs Feinstock 1- the daughter
of Dr and Mrs. Saul II |
:>724 Pine tree Dr The bridi
1- the son of Dr. and Mr- Philin
F Feinstock, of Gloversvilli \\y
Dr. Irving Lehrman official
the ceremony. A reception ,,n,
dinner followed.
Given in marriage hv he:
the bride wore a -heath
white peau satin trimmed m
chnnliily lace at the neck 11
the long tapered sleeve-
aided border of lace on the skirt
The removable full fai
n sin, also bordered with 1
iace, fell into 1 chapel tram \
bouffant triple-tier of Frei
n fell from a crown ol
Is She 01 e a diam
dant in a marquire setting
ilt from her
and carried white orchids
confirmation Bible
Matron ol honor was the
sister, Mrs Ronald \\
Miss Daylc Sherman was
I e n-tix k :
- best man Pa
k. another brother of tl
her Flower
n and rue. 1 eai
- Wollin, both cousins
bride
The new Mr- Feinstock
graduate oi Miami Bead
School and attended the I
sit) if Miami
Ml Feinstock received hi-
elor oi Science degree in c1
iiv from the University of M
served as lieutenant in the
Coast Guard, and is present
sociated with Commercial Si
vents Corp. Washington, D 1
The newlyweda are plam.
extended tour ot Europe and
live in Beltsville, Md.
N.Y. Club Here
Sets Installation
New York Club of Florida will
hold an installation -upper dance
"ii Jan 1: at the Unified Ha
2300 NE 171st St in charge ol res
crvations is Ben Abraham
The club heard Harold Hyams,
lenl in reelings al it- De-
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11 Iman Jaj Ri irdoi
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ol the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
! 1 le Ci tint). v- ith a check for
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MRS. WHS BAGDAN
|..fillncr, Ever
Betrothal Told
Mrs, Naomi Willner, of Muni
teach announces the engagement
t>l her daughter, Trudy Claire, to
tabbi Isaac Hirsch Ever.
Miss Willner is a graduate <>(
Uplia Business College in New
fork City, and was employed as
fce< rotary of the Jewish National
Pund. She is currently a secre-
tary for the Bureau ol Jewish Kdu-
ration hero
l>r. Ever is spiritual leadei <>l
Lgudath Israel Hebrew ln~iiii.ii'.
le is the author of a numboi ol
woks, and has written many aili
tics, essays and shorl >t>>i ii .>i
American Jewish life. He has Ihe
I'nrirn ol I ffrraturc I. gree lr mi
lurton College in Colorado
His bi phj is include in :h<
hl< : as
h< li ..- n Jews1
ves anil Ai
Who*
id in i'
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Bagdans to Live
In Coconut Grove
After Rites Here
Teresa t**h'ii'i.hii.*ii.i Jules I.
Ian exchanged wedding vows
,:i the F i tainebleau Hi i or
Sun.lay. Dec. 27, v,nh Rabbi Leon
Kronish Ificialing
The bride is the daughter ol Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Tanenbaum, ol
ii ion, Tex i he groom is the
son of Mr. an I Mrs Nathan Bag
dan, of the Bronx, NY.
Maid of honor was Miss Isabel
ranenbaum. Bridesmaids included
Shelley Sharpe, Dorothy Ann
Knoplce, Jan Ellen Siegler and
Margaret Stolti.
Burton Weit2 was best man. and
ushers included Jeffrey Krugman,
William Kckorsloin. Joel Harris.
Henry Marzullo, and Richard Tan-
enbaum.
For her wedding, the bride chose
a reembroidered chantilly lace
gown featuring long sleeves and'
i cc crown with an illusion veil, i
he earned a prayer hook with
into orchids and lily-of-the-valley.
Newly-wed Mrs. Bagan attended
)ouglass College of Rutgers Uni-
versity and is a junior at the Uni-
ersity ol Miami
The groom is a graduate of the
I City College ot Now York and a
' member Of Starr Boat Club. He
s a (PA in Miami
Following the ceremony at the
Fontainebleau, the couple left for
i honeymoon In Nassau, on their
return, they will live at 2721 So.
Bayshore Dr., Coconut Grove.
Weiner, Mervish Exchange Vows
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Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti offi
elated at the wedding of EStner
Lynne Mervish, tij. Rue Notre
Dame, Miami Beach, and Joel
Myron Weiner. 7020 East Dr Mi
ami Beach, .it Temple Menorah on
Thursday, Dee 24. at 6:30 p tn.,
with Rabbi Mayer Abram .
ficiating.
The bride I- the daughter ol Ml
Henry Mervish and the late Ann..
Mervish, 173 NW 70th St., Miami
The groom's parents are Mr and
Mrs. Paul (iioia. :,L'!ll Alton ltd
Mrs Rosalie Bergei acted is
matron of honor for her sister. Mr
Ciioia was best man for hi- son.
The bride chose a champagne
peau de soie dress with matching
jacket and white illusion bodice
trimmed and sprinkled with crystal
beads.
Newlywed Mrs. Weiner is a gra
.!, mi Beach High Scho i
attended Da le Junior
. bhe is currently .. leg; I si
i tarj on VI iami Beach, a >vell *
ol the South I
/.,. :u-i Yi t!i i ommission
Thi
.->mi II. h Scho led t1
I ?ii\ I', itj ol Florida He -> \
,\ itli the I S. Na\ j lor four j ea .
lie is present!) a catering ;
.ii Miami.
A wedding reception fo lo
the ceremony at the home 'I the
groom's parents lor some 150
friends and relatives, including
M Marsha Rose, ol Philai i
friend of the brid
will be at home '
. Harbor Island. Mi-
MRS. JOU WHNtR
Wynne, Katz
Vows Exchanged
Margot Esther Katz became Mrs
David Melvin Wynne in 1:30 p.m
-orvices on Sunday. Dee. 27. at
Beth Torah Congregation. Dr. Max
Lipschitz officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Warren Katz. 1150 NE
177th Tor.. No. Miami Beach, for-
merly of Atlanta. The groom, of
Blakoly. Ga., is the son of Mr
and Mrs Barney Wynne. Blakel)
Maid ol honor for her now si:,
torin law was Miss Fa ye Wynne.
Mr. Wynne acted as best man for
his son.
For the informal wedding, lh
bride chose a white sculptured bro
cade gown
Newlywed Mrs Wynne gradu
aied tins month from the L'nivci
itj ol Reor ia she is a member
of Delta r Ep Ion Sororit>. and
irdint secretary
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s to t itiatioi n Cl
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The couple
7920 Easl Dr
ami Beach.
Arline Abrams, Navy Man Wed
In a double ring candlelight cer-
emony on Thursday. Dee. 21. at the
Deauville Hotel. Miss Arline Both
Abrams became the bride Of Rob-
ert Edward Green Dr Max Lip-
schitz officiated
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Al Abrams. 5000 Lake
view Dr. The groom is the son of
Mrs Lib by Green, of Miami
Beach, and the late Leon Green.
For her wedding, the bride se
lei ted a white bridal satin gown
v.ith scooped neckline, fitted bod
ice. long tapered sleeves to a wrist
point, and slim line sheath skirl
sprinkled with pearls, featuring an
ittachable train extended from the
waist. Her headpiece was a crown
if orange blossom and chantilly
lace
Newlywed Mrs Green is a grad-
uate Ol Miami Beach High School
She is attending Miami Dado Jun-
ior College
Mr. Green i a graduate ol Mi
ami Beach High School, attended
Sullivan Prep School in Washing
on, D. C, and is at present in the
l S Navy Nuclear Power School
M lid of honor .,- Miss Ellen
51 piro Bridesm .ids ,,t (he cere-
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rise to Nassau
Rona Lee Levine became
iride of Roger Gabriel Bayer
fc.m. rites on Saturday, Dec,
Temple Tifereth Israel, with
Henry Wernick officiating.
rents of the bride are Mr and
Edgar Levine, 2930 NW 161st
)pa locka. The groom is the
)1 Mrs. Estclle Kiitun. 8612
Ave., and Mr Sidney l!ay
40 W. 50th St.
nil ol honor as Paulette Bur
sukv Marjorie Lipson was matron
of 4K>nor
W>>"' lioM'ii ..i led ... 1m'-I man.
Ushers included Alan Levine,
hriile's brother. Frank Eng-
William Kiitun. the groom's
brother and .ai > l.e\me also a
broHlei id the hride
^Btwlvwed Mrs Bayer was at
tirod in a satin gown covered with
silk oman/.a and featuring a bell-
skirt, high neck, and petal
She wore an heirloom
of pearls given to her as a
Fby the croom and carried a
ide of white rosea
e bride went to Hialeah High
l and is a graduate ol the
i-ersit\ oi Florida, she teacher
Uiatics and English at Carol
Junior High.
\r. Bayer wen! to Edison MikIi
attended the University of
rida. where he was president
the Home Hall Council. He is
graduate of Wharton School of
|nce and Commerce at the I'm-
kit) oi Pennsylvania. He was
fcldenl of th<- Society for I he
liss Rosen Weds
anley Rose
Jt'th David Congregation was
site ol the marriage "i Joan
io\ Ro>en and Stanle> Robert
R mi Saturday Dee 26, at 6:30
I Rabbi Irving l.ehrman offici-
I.
The bride is the daughter "f Mr.
Mrs. Harry .1 Rosen, 72M Gary
. Miami Beach. The groom is
son of Mr and Mr>. Frank
>.< 121 Shore Drive West. Mi
li
latron of honor v as Marsha Le
|i Bonnie I.even. Lois Rosen and
ftrnl Hose seised as bridesmaids
^Best man for his brother wa
St>: it Rose, and ushers included
San Rose. Howard Rosen. Ken
Htli Sher. Leslie Weisen. William
Ki" a;.d -anford Schw arti
H}>'i her wedding, the bride chose
Iprai'l white silk satin gown with
fee appllqued with beads and
nrls. The gown featured an Em-
ji' coal with Queen Anne Collar
l.nc. long lace sleeves decora
I with beads and pearls, and a
Ig train. She carried a bouquet
yellow and white roSCl
Newlywed Mrs Rose i- a grad
te of Miami Beach High School
id will receive her degree from
University of Miami in June.
i.i
Phe groom graduated from the
iverslty of Miami in 1960, where
belonged to Alpha Epsilon Pi.
' is a memlHT of Miami Beach
nior Chamber of Commerce and
distil lory representative
Dinner and reception followed at
th David. After a hoiievmoon in
W.i n- i -K.ilm
MRS. RMM BATER
Advancement ol M a n age m e nt,
member of the Administrative
Management Society and the
Wharton Student Advisory Board.
He is presently connected with the
Credit Bureau of Miami Beach.
Reception and dinner followed
at the Temple. After a honey moon
-pent in Nassau and the Bahamas,
the couple will live in North Mi
ami Beach.
Miss Feldman
Now Mrs. Green
Koslyn Mae Feldman and Alex
Green were married Sunday. Dec
:7. at Temple Beth Am in South
Miami. The 6 o'clock double ring
ormal ceremony performed by Dr
Herbert M. Baumgard was tollowed
:y ;i reception and dinner at the
teauville Hotel.
Parents il the newlyweds are
dr. and Mrs Herman VV Feld
nan. of Coral Gables, and Mr and
Mrs. Hyman Green, of New Or-
cans. La.
For her wedding, the bride chose
i candlelight portrait gown Ol mi
ii'ited Brussels lace, featuring a
mandarin neckline, molded bod
Ce, and long sleeves tapered to
risl point. Her scalloped con
rolled skirt was enhanced bj a
ilk peau de sole chapel train. A
etal headdress of Brussels lace,
pnnkled with tiny pearls and silk
rosebuds, adorned her many tiers
>i imported French silk illusion.
She carried a cascade of white or-
chids highlighted by blossoms ol
stephanotis.
Honor attendants were Mrs
stan Silverstein. cousin of the
bride, and Miss Judi Maloff
Bridesmaids included cousin Ab-
bey Jane Morris. Arlene Silver,
(linger fames. Karen C'ogen. Her
nice Berman and Sue Ray Shu-
shan. cousin of the groom
Cousin Nancy Lash was the
flower girl
The groom was attended by-
Charles Blotner. ol New Orleans.
Ushers included Robert Feldman.
brother of the bride. Steve Chase,
and David and Michael Freeman.
cousins of the groom
The bride is a graduate Ol Coral
Cables High School, and will grad
uate from Northwestern Dental
school in June as a dental by
gienist.
The groom is presentIj employed
as a marketing specialist uuh the
Monsanto Company in Chicago
He I- a graduate ol Georgia Insti
tute ol Technology and received
his MBA degree from Northwest-
ern School of Business Adminis-
tration.
Following a honeymoon in Las
Vegas, the newlyweds will live in
Chicago.


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MRS. STANltY ROSE
Jamaica, the couple will be at
home at 2581 So Bayshere Dr..
Coconut Grove
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Senior Citizens to Meet
Senior Citizens <>f Dade Heights
will meet Sunday, l p.m., at Wash-
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167th St. Program will include re-
freshments and games
Gilbert Fund
Formed at U of M
Henry Gilbert, a Miami insur-
ance analyst who was named to
the Million Dollar Round Table for
17 consecutive years, has decided
he wants to say thanks in a Ian
gible way to his home community.
This week, he announced e-!ab
bshment of the "Henry Gilbert
Foundation" at the University <>i
Miami. The $2,500 scholarship
fund will help students registered
in life insurance classes at the
university's School of Business Ad-
ministration
This is the first tune in Dade
, County a scholarship is being of-
1 fertd to a Student interested in
becoming a life insurance coun-
selor, it was announced by Dr.
Donald It. Johnson, professor of in-
surance.
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Friday. January 1. 1965
B7
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
You'd never dream that attractive blonde Bert (Mrs.
Theodore) Zallcs used to bo the best-ever Tomboy in South
Bend Ind when she was born. She was smart, too. brinu
iny home all A report cards. Being tin smallest and young-
est always in all her classes also made her a natural lor
being Teacher's Pet." but she didn't take advantage <:f it.
much She went to a small college in Hanover. Ind.. ^cit
her degree from Temple University, and did graduate work
at the University ol Pennsylvania while teaching math'
ematics in junior high school in Philadelphia She was a
natural-born teacher and enjoyed
working with all children especial
ly the toughies
while teaching, she saw hei
husband-to-be. and he sa her
That was enough for both of them
The) were married soon after.
They lived in Philadelphia until
they moved to Miami Beach six
years ago They have two chil-
dren David, who lives with his
wife, Judy, and a new little Zalles,
Daniel, born last October in Phil-
adelphia Daughter Judi i> a
senior at Miami Beach High
School. They had been coming
here on vacations for twenty-four
years, but didn't have the slightest
idea oi moving here until Ted was transferred
Ted is director of advertising and sale- promotion for
the Southern Division of Fond Fair. Bert was disturbed
inwardly, but not outwardly, at the prospect of leaving her
friends and familj Bui she soon found that Miami was
as warm and friendly as the lamed Miami sun Active up
North with organizations, she simply transferred her k.
how and loyally t< the Miami counterparts of lur northern
interests: I'l V Sisterhood ol Temple Emanu El, and Worn
en's American OHT. An ardent worker in <)KT. presently,
she is chairman of the Earning Power Improvement Course
on the board of the Southeastern Region of OPT Last
week, as chairman of the benefit premiere of "Goodby
Charlie'' sponsored by ORT. she broughl to fulfillment a
most successful venture.
Bert loves to accompany her husband on business trips.
They ate t h< ir way up to Tampa and lack fur the opening
ol the latest Food Fair They have done much traveli
the I'.S.A hut la.--; year ihev went to Europe course,
they visited tin supermarkets everywhere they went, hut
Bert proudly remarked thai none ol them compare to the
ones m our countrj
As a howler Bert was fine until she twisted the '
ments in her right hand However, she says she'd i hei
.-witch than quit, so now she is bowling with her kit hand
Her mothi.' and mother-in law declare hei an excellent
cook Bert is a bundli i 1 energy, always on Ihi
morning until night. The ionderful feeling of fellowship
which greeted her on rival here makes her trj to
of I endship to all newcomers so thai
they, loo will have thai v irm comforting feeling sh
of fi : i beloi now."
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Fontaineblcau Hotel was the site
ol the wedding of Miss Rochelle
Barbara Noroff and Allen Arthur
Ressler onJSujflay. Dec. 27. at 7
o'clock, wit* bbbi Leon Kronish.
of Temples.''Beth Sholom. officiat-
ing.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
end Mrs David Noroff. 1900 Sheri-
dan Ave.. Miami Beach. Parents
of the groom are the Carl Ress-
ler-, of North Miami.
Decor ol the wedding was car-
ried out in rose and white For
the occasion, the bride chose an
elegant coat dress of -iik chan-
lung enhanced with beaded alen
con lace. The removable coat with
Queen Anne collar and full flow-
ing chapel train and long tapered
sleeves were also trimmed with
alencon lace The gown featured
appliques of beaded lace on the
bodice and skirt.
The bride's headed laced head-
I iece of pearls and iridescent- had
8 tuple tier of French illusion
She carried an arrangement of
v bite orchids, stephanotis and
lily-of the -valley.
Matron of honor for her sister
was Mrs. Harrison Miller Brides
maids included the Misses Karen
Barbanell, Audrey Borok, Ellen
Sayet, Cheryl Rosenbiuth and
Lynn Geronemus.
Best man for his brother was
Mark Ressler. Ushers included
Harrison Miller. Dr. Allan Orange,
Ronald Saitman. Michael (Hick
and Fred Reese
The bride i- a graduate of Ox-
ford School hero and received her
Thurmcms Reveal
Deborah's Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Harold ThurtnoJ
3801 Riviera Dr.. Coral Gables an
nounee the engagement of their
daughter. Deborah Simone. to Ar-
thur Joseph Smith, son of Mr and
Mr-. Sidney W. Smith. 116-4 Rrnj
Alto Ter.. Miami Beach.
Miss Thurman is a graduate ol
Coral Gables Senior High School,
she is now attending Stephens Oil
i _e. where she will graduate tin.
June. she was elected to the hon-
orary society. Phi Theta Kappa.
and is treasurer of the Foreign Re.
lations Club. Nexl September, she
will attend the Cniversiiy n|
Miami.
Mr Smith is a graduate of Ran-
som School. He attended the I ni
versify ol Miami, and will graduate
this June from Washington I
versity, He is a member of Si
Alpha Mu Fraternity
The wedding is planned lor July
Ai dmoi
MRS. ALLIN RISSUR
BS degree In chemistry from the
University of Miami. She is a mem-
ber of Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority.
Mr. Re-sler will receive his de-
cree from New York University in
January.
Reception and formal seated
dinner followed at the Fontaine
bleau. The couple are spending
their honeymoon in Puerto Rico
Upon their return, they will make
Ibeir home in South Miami
Deborah Chapter
Slates Speaker
The Greater Miami Chapter
Deborah will hold a regular met
bership luncheon meeting on Tue
day noon at the Barcelona Hote
Nat Rudne. a former patient ol
Deborah, who was cured throu
open heart surgery, will be gue-i
-peaker.
Included on the program are
games <>t canasta and man-Jon:
Mrs. Morris Weinberger is presi-
dent. .
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Krainson, 7 Coral Gablei
Miss Greenberg is a graduate ol
Miami Beach Senior High School.
and is no studying [aahion design
ing ;it Miami Dade Junior College
Mr Krainson attended Miami
Dade Junior College and is now
studying insurance and real estate
Mew Program at Cedars
An "administrative resident
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lay. January 1. 1965
KlntltffkriJfor
Paqe 9-B
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"d'y
yours.
HE Ambassador's Ball held
Saturday ninht at the Fon
ncbleau Hotel was an elegant
ning. The strictly lormal af-
DOSted a mo>t impressive
mber of dignitaries. The re-
iving line was headed by Mrs.
: Brenner Meyers, who was
nored as the recipient of the
tanor Roosevelt-Israel Human-
rian Award Her gown was a
uaparelli pink satin with
| iic >i length sleeves, a scooped
lean neckline, and an Empire
1st detailed with a flat self
>iii bow Floor-length pan
rs softened the sheath silhou-
Champagne was the only bev-
jc served at the diplomatic
|ception. and it seemed to set
tone for the evening Rep
i ntinfl the Roosevelt family
re Gen and Mrs Elliott Roose
It She wore a white silk crepe
Hi a V-neck seojuined over
hi-. Amiel Najar, member ol
srael delegation to the L'ni-
dtl Nations, and Mrs Najar were
in the receiving line. Her
%..<'.-. lace gown was handmade
Brussels and reembroidered in
sequins i he gold pin she
re was a gift received at the
rbtening ol the Bilu, the
aeli ship commissioned to be
ill in Belgium
iL'hairman of the I'ommittt.....I
ions was Sidney l) Ansin.
lose wife chose a white silk
icade gown with a matchinj
i t length jacket, While mink
ills trimmed the sleeves ol the
tanel-styled jacket. Consul Gen-
ii -if Israel and Mrs Shimon
fcillon were also honored Mrs
; lion chose an emerald green
iii le gon with a scooped
ickline and cap sleeves Mrs
im Blank's gown wa< a pink
i.i, e with Ihe bodice hcavil>
Imbroidered in flower patterns
with silver-lined caviar beads
Metro Mayor and Mrs. Chuck
Hall were also in attendance
She was in black silk crepe with
a matching stole lined in Goya
red
Morris Rabinowttz. The lace was
reembroidered with sequins, cry-
stals and bugle beads. Her
daughter, Miss Janet Sue Rabino-
witz, wore a white peau de soie
sheath with beaded "forget-me-
nots" embroidered on her bodice
and matching jacket. A wide
circular pannier in back softened
her sheath.
Mrs. Seymour Silverman wore
a full skirt of royal blue chiffon.
Her overblouse and matching
cape were in an embossed gold
and silver lame with a floral pat
tern of blue and green lame wov-
en into the fabric. Black silk
crepe with modified tunic of il-
lusion and gold lame was the
choice of Mrs. Irving Cypen. Mrs
Samuel Sapiro wore shell pink
chifion with satin lined bugle
beads in an all-over design. Her
sheath skirt featured the soft
with a deep V
blouson bodice
neckline.
Mrs Abe Appcl's ice blue peau
dc soie had fringed caviar beads
on her jeweled bodice. Black
velvet was worn by Mrs. Herbert
Hochman. Plunging decolletage
and a trumpet flare at the hem
line were the fashion highlights
of her gown. Rep. Claude PV|>-
per's wife was in a Persian pais
ley print of gold lame and de-
tailed with sequins and gold
bugle beads Wife of Denmark's
emissary, Mrs. Alex Balfc. chose
a blue lame brocade with wide
Hat bows over each shoulder.
Mrs. Carl Wemkle's gown was in
Caribbean blue satin with silk
lame embroidery. A Hony Kcng
dynasty brocade was worn by
Mrs. Milton Sirkin. In the typ-
ical oriental style, it was in sil-
ver beige with pink and blue
flowers woven into the fabric.
i
|u|RS. .lack I'opick's rich green
* velvet bodice was encrusted
with green teardrop crystals, and
her white satin skirt featured
controlled fullness over the hips
Muted gold satin with soft pastel
flowers in a watercolor-wash
type print was worn b> Mrs.
Jack Carner. A striking gold
gown was seen on Mrs. Sidney
Cans. Princess Audrey Von Brad-
covan, the well known authoress,
Who writes under the name ct
Dr. Audrey Kargere, was in a
Jacques Fath original ol white
with ombre pink satin at the
bodice and in the back panniers.
Mrs Ben Essen's figure-mold-
ing sheath was covered with gok
sequins and drop fringes of gold
caviar beads a white silk sheath
with a multi-COlored sequin over-
blouse was worn b\ Mrs. Solomon
Sch tf Heavily beaded geld in
floral patterns with the neckline
detailed with flower petals was
the _own selected by Mrs Sidney
Fox for the ball Dior blue in
a Dior original was the choice ot I dorl Astoria
Mrs Samuel Simonhofi. Her lasl evenini
overblouse was of silk illusion
and all hand-beaded with seed
pearls and satin-lined bugle
beads An exquisitely be a d e d
white gown was worn by Miss
L covered her gown, and haves
were embroidered with varied
sizi ol bugle beads. Pink peau
de soie vith a pink scquined over
blouse was chosen by Miss E-
tlu i i. >odman
MISS CAROL/N STEINBERG
Miss Steinberg
Is Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham M. Stein-
berg, of the Americana Landmark.
Baltimore. Md., formerly of Mi-
ami Beach, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter. Carolyn.
to Edward R. Cohen, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Cohen, of Balti-
more.
Miss Steinberg is a graduate of
t h e Hebrew Academy. Miami
Beach High School, attended the
University of Miami and the Uni-
versity of Maryland, and is now
on the teaching Staff of the Bulti
more public schools.
Her fiance, a graduate of the
University ol Maryland, is a soph-
omore at the University ol Mary-
lend School of Medicine.
A June wedding is planned
Miss Steinberg In N.Y. Rites
The
Louis
Miss Sheila
XVI Suite
Hotel wa
l lor the
Steinberg,
t the Wal-
. the setting
wedding ol
daughter ol
DORCELAIN blue satin with an
aleni on lace bodice and mat-
, hing stole was worn h> Mrs
Entertaining
ORCHESTRA
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Spacialiiing in WEDDINGS and BAR MITZVAHS
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ICORNED
JULCU/ omcL
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Steinberg, ol
Harrison. NY. and granddaugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A
Rivkind, of Miami Beach, lo Dr
Anthony Stephen Klein. He is the
-nil of Dr. and Mrs Andrew R.
Kiein, of New Rochclle, N.Y
The ceremony was performed
b> Rabbi Lawrence W. Schwartz,
ol the Jewish Community Center,
White Plains. N.Y.
The bride wore a gown of white
peau de soie, featuring a portrait
neckline, elbow-length sleeves and
U cathedral tram
The bride's veil ol French illu-
sion v i- Listened to a crown of
matching lace and seed pearls.
sin- carried a tamilj Bible with
a single white orchid, and was at-
tended bj her sister, Miss Linda
Steinberj and Mrs Michael Ag
ran, sister ol the bridegroom Mr
n ,v a best man lor his broth-
er .n It
Mrs Klein attended Endicott
(idle r Pr Klein, who .- an alum-
nus ol the Universitj i [ Pennsyl-
vania and the Universitj ol Syi
cuse Medical School, served as a
flight surgeon with the rank ol
captain in the U.S Army in Viet
Nam lie i< now resident in sur-
gery at Albert Einstein Hospital.
The couple will live in Mama-
roneck. N.Y.
FYI Day' Set
By Federation
Women Jan. 28
A "For Your Information Day''
sponsored by the Federation
Jefjfish Women will take place
the Seville Hotel on Thursday. Jan.
28. from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.. it
was announced by Mrs. Irving
Lehrman, president. and Mrs
Charles P. Feinberg, chairman of
the day.
Sanford Solender, executive vice
president ol the National Jewish
Welfare Board, will be keynot s
speaker following a morning panel
session and brunch.
A p.,st president ol the National
Conference on Social Welfare. So,
ender has been a consultant on
Social Welfare and Community
Center activity to the is. Depart-
ment oi Health. Education an I
Welfare.
As vice president ol the Jewish
Welfare Board, he directs the ac-
tivities of an organization which
for nearly hall a century has bee i
the national association ol Jewish
Community Center.-- and YM-
VWHAs, and the government-auth-
orized agency for meeting the re-
ligious, morale and welfare needs
of Jewish personnel and their de-
pendents in the I S. Armed Forct
and m Veterans Administration
hospitals.
Continuing its program of the
"Wonderful World ol Women," the
Jan. 28 -FYI Day" will have set
eral unique highlights, and in addi-
tion, members ol the Federation of
Jewish Women leader- ol organiza-
tions throughout Dade Ccunty will
be invited to share in the day's
activity
Officers of the Federation of
Jewish Women include Mr- Irving
Lehrman, president; Mrs Charles
I'. Fein: erg, Mrs S.>1 Goldsti 11
and Mrs. Milton Green, vice pn -
ents; Mrs. Trudj Hamerschlag,
recording secretary; Mis Ml Sil-
verman, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Sidney Lewis, parliamentar-
ian; and Mrs Anna Brenner Mey-
ers, pa.-t president
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Friday. January 1,
... PAPER CRACKLED ALL ABOUT
It a as a pap
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'mam Mn Phil
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from pale
pink to Amer i an Bea itj The wal
the buffet .-. 'h-'' well as
.,.. o hich the ibower
pia all tabk i. Tl
ail themselvi -
.... aift- thowed ''
Mr- V' M irru Mi- Jack Stl rn Mi
Irving Wexlei Mrs Robert Taubi Sid
Schreei Misi Esther Morris. Mn Bernard Lash
Sid Raskin Mr- George Malin Mi- Milt
Koretkin. Mn Lou Coverman and Mn H
1 ermai
A MOVIE SETTING
Opening night at th<- elegant P I.....
Track tu like a scene from the movies Mar
n. racing ii l*>th different and exciting and
thi lead prancing pony was adorable A big sign
hed on thi Tob Board saying. "Welcome.
Mayoi Melvin Richard and Judge Jason Berk-
man, of Miami Beaeb The) were seated at a
table with their wives and Mr and Mrs Arty
Narden At another table enjoying the Icod, the
races and each other's company wen Dotty and
Hem Morris. Mildred and Morn- Gidnej
ilyn and Mannie Luck Carolyn was horn
fied to discovei 'hat sin couldn't call homi I
fm I out if her youngest Geoi is asleei
Also having ere Edna and Jimmy Chap
man. Gussie and Hy Mitko sk) and Florei
and Morn- Friedman Drivini fast i
doesn I I turnpike 1 I to I
DID YOU KNOW?
Delia Mrs Max Applebaum proudly tell
in. i eat grai
Cheryli er and mothi r. B
n live in Huntington, I.I 0 tours
th- y have 14 grandchildren
Those goi eous-colored pictures thai Lillj
'Mr- Harry) Schifl is showing around ol her
daughter Eileen and her husband, Charles, ai
a masquerade ball dressed as the Empress Jose-
aces ...
i
>t nimi is Bonai
THE FIFTH BIRTHDAY CAKE

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birth
27, thi > da) f his
chiidi Mrs Michae Ostei Mi
Mrs. Ms......;:
>., Ostei
fields had lived in Chicago 5C
they m< 13 yean agi
the < hance to see all ol Hie r old
Irii id n to celebrate thi anni
\i-rs,. Year Da>
SOMETHING NEW UNDER THE SUN
The words were all jumbled in the invitations
all that a magnifying glass was at-
tached to the invitation so that it could be read
Guests gathered at the home of Elaine and Eliot
Daniels, where the wore divided into team- -i\
to a car handed a bucket of ice with soft drinks,
.. bag of sandwiches, a handful of clues and sent
on their merry way At each designated rendez-
vous then a- a huge pi iter of a gooee and
someone to give them a new clue. The hunt end
thi home ol the co-hosts, Linda and Richard
Brickman "here an enormous supper was lei
to satssf) the hungry horde of over a hundred
By then most of the guests realized that the
certil tes the) received at the Brickman home
were real It admitted them into The Ordei
ui" i. isi ild. that isi Average mileage of
eat around thirty-three so Sandy and
Star Meryl and Hob Loring, and Bar-
arid Stewart Grover certainly deserved a
-e\ ent) -f i v e
Annshiela and Leonard Turkel and Rhoda
and Mi rris Le\itl *er< in the car that
sixt) three miles If ever) wild goose chase end
ed ilk. 'ii. Brickman and Daniels party, such
chases would become most popular
A mo en Babs and Lenny Parker.
Shirley and Howard Trim/. Marilyn and Arthur
Kinkelstein. Judy and Arthur Gilbert, Jackie and
Bill I.i one. Marlene and Richard Stone. Dale and
i ye Sarasi hn, Bobbie and Len Haimes, and Bran-
ds and Bob Shapiro Frances Lthmin
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Helene Lebowitz, Jerry Zeltzer In Nuptials Here
Helem I cei daughter ol Mr
and Mrs George Lebowitz, N
Ue-t 17th St became the bride ol
.! Jerry Zeltzer on Saturday. Dec.
thi D ral C< unto :ui' Rab
bi David Lehrfield officiated at
tm 7 o'clock nuptials, followed b)
a recept eandli light dinner
at the club
nnii n Mexico
itj i ml Acapulco the newlyweds
. ill live a) in:. No Hibiscus Dr.
For Ihe ceremony. the bride
chose a silk peau de soie gown
with imported chantilly lace form-
ing the tleeves, covering the bod-
ice, fronl panels and back of the
,-kirt. th.-n flowing into a cathed-
ral train
A crown of seed pearls and crys-
tals held the illusion veil, and she
tarried a cascade ol orchid- on a
heart-shaped prayer book
Attending the bride were her
sister Mrs. Jordan Siegelman, mi
Iron ui hoi* r Maxene Rudt and
( and) Frankel, bridesmaids Stan
|< j Brod) served as the bride
groom's best man
Ushers included Louis Heller
MRS
W. ii i -Kal n
/, JIRRY ZUTZtR
JDC Reelects Leaders to Board
A number ol Miami Jewish lead
era en lectc I to thi Hoard ol
Directors : the Joinl Distribution
< omi was announced this
ek V. Leavitt. JDC ex
.(nine \,(. chairman The elec-
tion t >ok plai e at the 50th annual
meeting ol the JDI on Dec 10 in
\eu ifork < II
Reeiected wen Sam lleiman,
Ernest Jam-. Stanlej C Myei
Sidney Lefcourl and William D
n i
Lmal members "i the JDC Na
ininal Council are Paul Faske, Leon
Kaplan, Mrs [nez Krensky, Sid
ney Ansin, Shepard Broad, Jack
\ Cantor, Judge Irving Cypen,
Mrs Joseph Duntov, Lou Goldman,
Sam \ Goldstein, Nat Gumenick.
\ .' Harris, Dr Irving Lehr-
man Sam Levenson, Joseph \l
I ipf n Benjamin Meyer-. Hi Jos
eph Narot. Joseph M Rose, Arn
i Id Seeder, Jacob Sher 11.u r> Si
nonhoff Harold Thurman, Mitch
ell Wolfson, William Agranove,
Leo Bisi nstein Carl N Ettinger,
Jacob Gorkin, Aaron Kanner, Jay
Ki-lak
Maurice J Kopelow it/ Mi i
Ki unenbi i Baron de Hir: eh Me)
er, Leonard Rosen, r r e d K
Shochet, II i i" r \ Sirkin, Julian
le, Jack Garner, .lack I)
Gordon Samuel Kipnis, Cal Kov-
ii Da\ ii! I.e\ inSOH, Sam Lub).
Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers
A J Molask) Max Orovitz,
Norton s Ballot Dr Kurt Peisei
Arthur s Rosichan, Sam Host. Irv-
ii Rubin, John Serbin and Mrs.
Sam Simonhoff
George Fox and Alvin Sallen
A graduate "I Miami Beach lli-'i
the new Mrs Zeltzer attended Mi-
ami Hade Junior College and was
a member ol the Lanel Girls club
Km n profi ssionall) ..- Ailene
Frances she recently completed a
in stai ring i ile with Neil Sedaka
in the Evergreen Pictures film
Montage made in Florida She
also cut a new release for Roulette
Records and was first runner up
ill ihe Mi-- Miami Beach lii.il con-
test.
A Miami Beach attorney, the
bridegroom i- a graduate of Wayne
stale Universit) and received hi-
i.i.i; degree from the University
ol Miami Law School Admitted to
practice before the United Stale-
Supreme Court. Mr. Zeltzer i- a
n ember of the Miami Beach and
Florida Bar Associations His fra-
ternit) i- Sigma Alpha Mu. He is
the son ol Mrs. Bather Zeltzer,
1250 West Ave.. and the late Abra
ham Zeltzer.
Gale Opening Own Club
Comedian Alan Gale is readying
his i." n spot on Miami Beach at
22nd si just off Collins Ave
(ailed tin Celebrit) Club, dale is
a ming for a Jan. 18 opening Ai
; in previous years there will be a
show-a-night policy, with show-
lime beginning at 8 no p.m. dale
I. l ently starred in "Guys and
Doll.-" ai the Dunes in Las \<
with Dan Daile) and Bett) (liable
\- Nathan Detroit, dale was with
the show for nearly seven months
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Beach Democratic Club
Democratic Club of Miami Beach
will meet Wednesday. 8:30 p.m.,
at the Sea Isle Hotel Metro Com-
missioner Karl M Starnes will dla-
CUS8 AVhat Metro Needs in a Man
ager for Dad.- Count) Club pre*
ident is Wallv Cluck

mRS STfPMfN riFIMAN
Freiman, Epstein
Exchange Vows
Mi- \dele Epstein Mrs
Ste| hen W< il Freiman in 7 30
('clock rites on Saturday, Dec 26.
,i the Dupont Plaza Hotel Rabbi
d Waxman officiated
The bride is the daughter ol Mi
and Mrs Max Epsb SVi
si The groom's parents are
Di and Mr- Milton s Frei
ii Pineville. La
of honor w as Deboi ah Ep
stein, and Gloria Brickman served
a- In nli -maid
Dr Freiman served as best man
his son, and usher- included
David Norman Phillip Abl
and Geoffrey Bobroff
For her wedding the bride ch -
a white peau de soie gown featur-
ing an alencon lace bertha collar.
long sleeves, a flat skin in front
with pleats at the Bide, applique
e in front, and chapel train
.Mill applique. She earned a ca-
cading bouquet <>f white orch
The bride i- a graduate ol Miami
Senior High School with honor-,
ami will receive her degree from
Emory University in Atlanta, Ga.,
r ext August. She is a member of
Vlpha Epsilon Phi. social sorority,
and Alpha Epsilon Upsilon aca-
demic honors r)
The groom i- a graduate of
Georgia Institute ol le< hnolog)
He i- nose working toward a Mas
ti r degree there ile i- past pres
ident ol Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity
Reception followed the wedding
at the Dupont Plaza After a
honeymoon in Miami Beach the
couple will be at home at 921
Murtle sr NK Atlanta Ga
Judge Barad
To be Speaker
Judge Fred Barad. of the
Court, will be guest speaker gi
tetular weekly dinner meetnJI
the North Shore Optimi-; rjlubJ
Tuesday evenJajg, 7 IS pm,,.
Sin trap* ue Hotel
Murray Sonnett. president
the group, announced that Ju
Barad will -peak on The \u
Court and the Traflii
Miss Drost Now
Mrs. Joe Levi
Rabbi Morris Skop offi
wedrlinu rites uniting L
Drosl and Joe Umben Len
Minday. Dec. 27. in 2 lock rib]
at Temple Beth Shirah
The hiule is Die ..
and Mr- Harold Dro-t ;;,-$
loa Ave.. Coral Gabies
1 the son of Mr and Mrs
Levi. 15201 SV. 216th St
grandson of Mr and Mr
to obv ieto, of North Ba\ Vill
Bride's matrons were Mrs. Ala]
Stone, her sister, and v. ju
Beck, si-ter of the groom "Lt-j
Beck, niece of the
r _;irl Bridesmaid. v .
Marian Bloomenfield
Irene stem
IU't man was Car) Ser andiaa
er- included Denni- Drost, ;i,
bride s brother. Alan Stone J
Beck and Larry Murphy
For her wedding, the bnaj
chose a silk taffeta
short train She carried .,
>t wbite orchid- on a praj
Her double illusion veil
n place b) i beadi d 11
Ne I) wed Mrs Lev i
Coral Cables High. Mia i
Junior College, and u ill altei
Universit) of Florida
The groom also atten -
.dalle- High li' gri
thi i n versit) ol Flori
i- ..in! belonged lo PI
Phi, Alpha Epsili n Dell
Mu. ard Sigma Tan Sign
presently a student at thi
sity of Florida School of V
Reception foil wed the i
al Beth Shirah, Alter a hoi
spent in .'..maun, tin |
live in Gainesville.
ZOA Groups Will
Sail on New Boat
On Friday afternoon, Jan 8.
member- of Ihe South Florida Dis-
tricts of the Zionist Organization
America will sail from the AI
bur) Docks on the McArthui
Causewa) aboard the M/V Bilu
for a cruise to Nassau and Flee
port
The cruise, which i- open to the
public, will return to Miami Beach
i Mem la) morning, Jan ii Abe
Grunhut, chairman ol the Cruise
Committee, has announced that
"we arc- thrilled with the excel
e -h twn i .i this fourth
innual ZOA cruise "
WANTED:
Pleaaant lady living in Mia"
only, who is interested in n
tew dollara -a:h week, at
hour on n e.isy sitting jol' '
sweet elderly larly Beth D.iv.u S)
gog.ie a'c.i References.
Call daughter for details ot JE 2 30
Brothers of the Good Shepherd
and the
Needy of Camillus House
wish to thank our numerous friends for the wonderful
donations both of food and money for our holiday
dinner.
It is through your generous assistance that we were
able to give help to nearly one thousand persons.
We wish you all a Happy and Peaceful 1965.
BROTHER JOHN ot GOD


lay, January 1, 1965
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Paqe 1 IB
Dr. Marks to be Honored for Leadership
Of American Jewish Physicians Group
^chairmen of the Morion Towers Residents drive on behalf
Combined Jewish Appeal are (left to right) Abe Solosko.
amuel Norkeen and Monis Minov.
lorton Towers Girds for Drive
snnouncement that Morris Afi
Samue! Norkeen and Abe
|osko will again head the Mor-
Towers Residents, drive on be-
jf of the Combined Jewish Ap
b! was made by Dr. Irving Lchr
in. CJA chairman.
The co-ch lirman announced that
kiton Towers residents will take
rl in one of the first division ac-
litics of the campaign when they
Vet for a CJA luncheon meeting
I the Morton Towers Restaurant
Wednesday noon, Jan. 13.
Kve are aware that many of our
low residents are not fully ac
tinted with the work of CJA's
[agencies supported by one an-
al drive. On this occasion, we
nt to bring home to them not
the fifcsaving work of the
ihamas Airways
Ids to Flights
keeping with the growth in
hilarity of Freeport, Bahamas
Mays has announced the intro
ction of a seventh daily flight
tin Miami
the company, operating Vickers
5c cunt f o u r engined aircraft,
offers more than 300 seats per
between Miami and the Riv-
a oi the Bahamas
freeport, the newest resort in
Bahamas, on Grand Bahamas
land, i- hi miles east of Palm
|ach .md uithin 30 minutes bj
from both Miami and Ft. I.an
Irdale.
Bahamas Airway;, in pointing
tht tremendous growth of
freeport, noted the scheduled
Ian. 26 opening of Kings Inn,
jrith 300 air-conditioned rooms
(nd 1,700 feet of natural white
and beach. The $100 million
Dmplex will also include an 18-
sle golf course.
the imp.-rill Bahamas Hotel,the
tting hotel that once was the
JOO-ton liner ss Italia, has now
hpleted landscaping of it- nine
jes ol private grounds to pro-
an international shopping
liter.
Itlso avail! ble are the 160-room
Icayan Marina Villas across the
ill ( liannel Bay from Lucayan
|aih Hotel and Casino, and the
iidoiii Holidaj Inn on the beach
to the Lucayan Beach
Bel.
Bahamas sirwaya also notes the
pwth of the island's many fine
ptaurants offering British. ltal
and Bahamian fare.S.T.
United Jewish Appeal, but the
many Federation services in the
Greater Miami community which
will help th-m. their families and
their friends to enjoy a better life
as residents in our community.
"Although we never know when
the need for the services of a Fed-
eration agency may arise, we are
aware that thcv stand ready to
serve us at ail times through our'
support of the annual campaign,"
the co-chairmen stated.
Guest speaker at the luncheon,
which is being snonsored by the
Morton Towers CJA Committee.
will be Daniel Neal Heller Past
national commander of the Jewish
War Veterans. Florida state chair-
man of the CJA Young Leadership
Cabinet, and recipient of the 1.163
President's Leadership Award of
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation. Heller is one of the leading
CJA spokesmen in the community.
He visited Israel on several oc-
casion, where he met with leading
dignitaries.
Dr. Meyer B Marks will be hon-
ored "for dedicated service and
outstanding leadership ol the
American Jewish Physicians Com-
mittee of the American Friends
nt the Hebrew University -nice
1956" at a testimonial dinner al
the Dual Beach Hotel on Saturday
evening, Je i, !. il is inn mi <
bv Leo R hinson, South FleriHi
Di\ sum chairman, and Jack s.
Popick, Division pre ident
The dinner honoring Dr Marks.
Miami Beach pediatrician and pe-
diatric allergist, who served as
pres.dent ol the Miami Pediatric
Society in 1991-55, will be addres-
sed by Dr. Albert B Sabin, noted
research scientist, who is a na-
tional vice president of the Amer-
ican Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity and head of the national
Physicians Ccmmittee.
Hrrorary chairman e' the d;n-
ner is Dr. Philip Gotlieb, who
recently established a chair in
physical chemistry at the uni-
versity. Co-sponsors of the testi-
monial with the Sojth Florida
Division are the Physicians and
Dentists Committees of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University.
Dr. Louis (", l.vtton. Dr. Marvin
I. Meitus, Dr. Maurice Rich and
Dr. Alexander S. Rogers are sciv
ing as co-chairmen of the Physi-
cians Committee, and Dr. Meyer
Fg"natz and Dr. Morton Rosen
bluth are co-chairmen of the Dim
tists Dinner Committee.
Under Dr. Marks' leadership, the
American Physicians Committee.
South Florida Division, has grown
to a membership of over 150 from
38 physicians at Its founding. "We
will share in a richly deserved
tribute at our Jan i) dinner for
Dr. Marks." Leo Robinson announ
ced
"His devotion to Hebrew Univer-
sity and his inspiring leadership
lii l'liy-ician- Committee,
which has given outstanding sup-
port to the university's $10 million
medical school complex, has been
instrumental in training physicians
nol only lor Israel but for nations
throughout the world." 'he chair-
man in teil
Ths guest cf honor has toured
Israel on several occasions and
has, personally soen the pro3ress
of the new medical school in
Jerusalem. Dr. Marks is a mem-
ber of the Board cf Trustees of
Temple Emanu-EI and serves on
the Executive Board of the Jew-
ish National Fund.
Dr. Marks has practiced in Mi-
ami and Miami Beach since 1936,
and has contributed numerous arti
clcs on pediatrit s an i pedial ic al-
lerg) to medical literature < 'iin
ical associate professor ol pedial
rics at the Uuiversity ol Miami
School ol Medicine, and director
of tie Pediatric Allergy Clinic al
.lacks-ill Memorial Hospital. Dr
Marks is a consultant in pediatric
allergy al Ml Sinai Hospital ol
Greater Miami, where he served
as chicl oi pediatrics liom 1950 t>
1956
\ member oi the Medical Ad
visor] Board of the Asthmatic
Children's Foundation of Florida,
Dr. Marks is a Fellow ol the Amer-
ican Academj Of Pediatrics, the
American Academy of Allergy, the
American College of Allergists,
and a member oi Sigma Xi ol the
i ii.\ ersuy ol M iaml
C/iug fvri 1o Meet
Chug I v r i Hebrew-speaking
group Of North Miami Beach, will
meet Tuesday, 2 p.m., at Temple
Ner Tamid. Max Katz will speak
en The Babylonian Exile." Dis-
cussion will follov
DR. MtrtK MARKS
Rabbi Rackovsky
Talks Wednesday
Jacob c Fishman, chairman
the Weekly Luncheon Club spon-
sored bj the Miami Beach District
of the Zionist Organization ol
America, has announced thai the
speaker next Wednesday. 12 i
p.m at the Ritz Plaza Hotel will
be Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, spirit-
ual leader of Congregation Beth
Tfilnh.
Rabbi Rackovsky, who was born
in Jerusalem, is a scholar and lec-
turer, a veteran Zionist leader.
and active iii many civic organi-
zations. He is a member of the
Union of Orthodox Rabbis and ol
the Rabbinical Council ol Amer-
ica
Rabbi Rackovsky will discuss
"Our Duties to Israel Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson will review the cur-
rent news, and community singing
has been planned
Lodge Slates
|anel Monday
tegular meeting of North Shore
pge, B'nal B'rith, will be held
ndaj 8 p in at Temple Ner
mid.
panel, consisting Of Jack Cor
... president ol Washington Fed
I Savings and Loan Association.
rman K. Schwartz, and Harold
[Segal, past president. Miami
Ich Board of Realtors, will dia-
Is Condominiums and Coopera
ksAdvantages and Disadvan-
es."


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Friday. January

J^jar ^/Vlitzvah
Eric Kaplan
\ Levf and
'. r William W Lipson will offici
ate ;ii services on Saturday morn-
- Jan 2. in Beth Dai id Syn i
gue when Eric Joseph, son of
Mr. and Mrs, Seymour Kaplan, <>i
5001 SW 64th l'l will become a
Bar Mitzvah.
Eric attends eighth grade in
Shenandoah Junior High, where he
plays first chair saxophone in the
concert band His hobbies are
reading and swimming. He is now
in his sixth year of Hebrew School.
Eric's grandmother. Mrs. Rose
Gelperin and Mrs. Sarah Swinger,
v.ill be in attendance, along with
aiany out-of-town guests. The Kap-
lan family is sponsoring a congre-
gational kiddush at Beth David
after the service, and will have a
eception at home.
Sherry Levin*
Sherry, daughter of Dr. and Mrs
Sanford Levine, of 4315 No. Jeffer-
son Ave.. will be Bas Mitzvah on
Saturday morning. Jan 2. at Tern
pie Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will offi-
ciate. Sherrj i- a student in the
Beth sholom Confirmation Class
Ol 5725.
Paul Greenwald
Paul, son of Mr and Mrs Ben
Greenwald, will become Mar Mitz
'.ah on Saturday morning. Jan. 2.
m the Israelite Center Rabbi
Shmaryahu T. Swirsky will offi-
ciate.
Paul i- a student at the Israelite
(enter Religious School. He at-
tends seventh trade at Shcnan-
> oah Junior High
Out-of-town visitors tor the oc
casion are Mr and Mrs Fi
i Mr an i Mrs Green, Mr
1 lr\ ing Cohen, and Mr and
i Idman, all from New
\rk
grand] ents, Mi- and Mrs
George Cohen and Mr. Lena
iso he present lor
;!,i .i.i-i. m
Elliot Scherker
Elliott son i Mr and Mrs. Leo
Scherker, will be Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning, Jan. 2. a) Tem-
ple or (Horn.
Rabbi Samuel April will ollieiate
with Cantor Nico Keldman chant-
ing the liturgy.
Alan Koltun
Alan, -on ol Mr. and Mis. Lion
aid Koltun, 1121 NK 151st St., No
Miami Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah
'ii Saturday morning. Jan 2. al
Temple Adath Yeshurun.
Rabbi Jonah E Caplan and Can-
tor Maurice Neu will officiate
Alan is a seventh grade student
at the John F. Kennedy Junior
High School. He plays clarinet in
the school band and collects
-lamps He has a si-Iei Rhonda
10. and a brother Larry 5.
Kiddush reception will be tender-
ed Alan after the service.
Norman Katx
Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs
Warren Katz. ol 1150 NK 177th
Ter., will become Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday. Jan. 2. at Beth I' ih
Congregation. Rabbi Max A. Lip-
schitz will officiate, assisted I y
Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbauw
Norman will be presented with a
Bible on behalf ol the Mollic Ka
haner Sisterhood
Ni rman i- a member ol the fifth
grade graduating Hebn u <.. --
and attends the John F Ki.
Junior ; -. hool Noi man -.-
tor. Mai l si n i as mai n- .1
al Beth Torah Coi u la-;
' i ek
Pandy levine
Sherry levine
[ric Kaplan
Among out-of-town guests who performed by Rabbi Sherwin SLau
will attend the ceremony arc his ber
rand mot her. Mrs F.milv Lc\ is. ol Stiven attends school in Nortl
New York City, and his uncle. Miami Beach His hobbies an
Richard Katz. of New York City, .-ports and music
and Mr and Mrs Richard Lows. ,\ reception and dinner will Ik
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Randy Levine
Dr. Irving Lehrman will offici
ate at the Bar Mitzvah ol Randy.
son of Mr and Mrs Stanley .1. Le-
vine. on Saturday, Jan 2. at Tem
pie Emanu-El.
Handy attends eighth grade ..t
Nautilus Junior High School ami
i- an Honor Koll .student. He is ..
member ol the advanced labors
tory science group. His hobby is
operating a ham radio.
held in his honor at the Young I-
racl Social Hall on Saturday, 83C
p.m.
His grandparent!, Mr and Mrs
William Segal, and Mrs Ida Sha
piro, and friends and relatives
from out-of-town wil' celebrate the
occasion witli lum.
Willy Friedopfer
Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate
at the Bar Mitzvah of Wally. son
Friday evening, jii
rorah Congregati
\ Lipschiti win ol
sent Sherry with a
lalf of (he Mollic K
hood.
Sherry will continue her
tion in the filth gri
Hebrew class She
John F. Kenned) Junj
School.
She will chant a | in
ilaftorah and speak brioft
lit-- and background o
Ezekiel.
Steven Chiyt
sieven, son of Mr and V
of Mr. and Mrs William Kri.dop- xv C-,,.|V( 9M N,, .
ler. on Saturday, Jan 2. at Tem become Bai Mitzvah oi -
i,u' Emanu-El. .,., .,, ,.,., ,., .
Wally attends seventh grade at tion
Mrs. Rhoda M. Levine. Randy's Ma M Fisher Junior High School ,..,,,, M.v ,
grandmother, will attend, a.- well ,,, is proriden, oI hls ,,.,., Bnd "' ""* L|
"/! id'vVvoir ,,'0", New,er ,hc.""n,,r ,i"" ""reccived lhe S?&.
sej and .New YOHS. Optimist Award as the out-tand
The celebrant will be honored al hlg boy in school "
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diately following the service and Mrs. Charles Friedopfer and Mr
a reception Saturday evening in and Mrs. Harry Nisenshal. of Ml
the Napoleon Room Of the Dean ami Beach, will attend.
ville Hotel.

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V presented with a B tary
half of the Mollic K. ii. Nfltf
hood ocee
Steven, in addition i esctie
the Haftorah, will also
m
tion of the Torah I: Off"
The celebrant will be honored at member of the Toi J*
Steven Delnick
On Saturday. Jan. 2. Steven
Dana, son of Mr and Mis Ben
iamin Delnick. i!l NK I72nd Ter.,
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah al
Voun, Israel ol Greater Miami
Kiddush will tollow lhe service,
a reception imniediatelv tollowin- -roop lor the past t. Jfl^
the worship service al the Seville Stevcn ,Mendl ,., H
Hotel
Sherry Miller
sheri v daughter ol Mr and Mrs
Stanley Miller. !l(KI NK 178th Ter
will observe her Bas Mitzvah on
uating class in Helm".' School
John l" Kennedy J
-.chool
Among out ol tow i
Mr and Mrs. Ronald -
Mr and Mrs Jack l'.
Km nds oi i
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her sweet 16 birthdo f during a <
dan's Restaurant and Bui oi Music. Sif
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Geller. ol Miami Bew. h, an 1 S
Iner look on, while Maestro Ionian and his keybocid
a tei at the famous twin pianos added th
birthday wishes.
Whfn the occasion arise! I
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Cindy (left! and Debbie Cowan, dauahter* of Mr and Mr^ [rv
ing Cowan "rehearse" for the openinq oi the Diplomat Tow-
ers, by handing a set of apartment keys to builder Harold Z
lames. The new oceanlront, high-rise building in Holly-
wood. next door to the Diplomat Hotel, is now ready for o
cupancy. Cowan and Tames are co-builder of the 270-unit
rental apartment building, the tallest and largest in Holly-
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January 1, 1965
JenisffhridfUr
Paqe 13-B

?ers Plan
its Here
lldtlion Club of Pioneer
will meet on Jan. 7. 1 p.m..
khingtnn Federal Savings
Hun Association, 1133 Nor>
r.
"annic Gibson, acting pies-
vill conduct the meeting
Tannie Levine will discuss
events, and Mrs. Molly
ibMtti will ni-l;.ll the new
embfi Actini; liostess fur the
|g is Mrs. F. M Tobm.
er Women Club 2, Mrs Ida
president, is honoring
Mrs. Nathan Bookspan on
id anniversary on Sunday.
, g p.m.. at the Royal Hun-
Restaurant,
nan for the evening is
(braham Shedroff, who will
b Mrs Frances Packer
Joseph Hurwitz, entertainers
or the l "ii .'. :li l"'
elhrerc \\ Mi- s ill> Barr. with
Inn ,i- guest speaker
regular meeting of Goida
lub will be on Wednesday,
. al the Park Lane Cafeteria,
iw 22nd st Following the
as meeting, conducted by
rs. Yi riant Halperin, president.
S party w ill be held with Mrs.
am Seltzer, recording sec
. acting chairman, and Mrs
1 Binder, co-chairman All
oeeed- are earmarked for Child
Fund in Israel
VOGU
JONES
p Gan Israel
Registering
the Summer
kip Gan Israel of Florida an-
-s thai registration for the
amping season has begun.
Can Israel is the only kosh-
\V camp in Southeastern
;nH- Ml^Bl- I'll and is sponsoreil by
ie Fl"! '.> lie-. Hinal ofiice "I the
lerko- l In>i'in-i t'hinuch.
Camp (Jan Israel has engaged
isffiuu'- nt two local educators
> Biirn ise and run the camp.
| Stanley B Weiss will be
director, and irvin Mont
r\ iv athletic- director
ibi Weiss, ordained by the
Yeshiva in New York is
ion director of Beth Israel
gation and a member ol
Ht'lui u Acadeim faculty He
ier director ol (amp Akiva
il
k<"i College and University <>i
irnia, i- form< i head coa< h
i i basketball and trai k
Is lie is ihe coach of the City
ami Beach teen-age softball
ipions Montgomery i> also
tie director of the Hebrew
Ie m \
Full Interest At
United National;
2 New Officers
The establishment of "full in-
terest savings accounts" featuring
daily interest at a 4 percent rate
has been voted by the Board of
Directors of the United National
Ban'; Major feature- of the plan
include:
I. Interest from day of deposit
to day of withdrawal: 2. Interest
compounded quarterly and credit-
ed to customers' accounts on the
first day ol Man h, June, Septem-
ber and Decembt r; :i Monies de
posited by the 10th of the month
will earn interest from the firsl
ol the month.
All savings accounts at United
National Bank will automatically
participate in this new plan
which the board voted to make
effective from Dec. 1, 1964
Interest on customer'.- savings
deposits will be earned every day
their money is on deposit regard-
less of when it is deposited or with-
drawn unless the account is closed
out before the date on which in-
terest is paid
United National is the first bank
in downtown .Miami to increase
the Interest rate on savings de-
posits following tin1 Federal Re-
serve Board's relaxation Of re-
strictions controlling rates which
may be paid on savings accounts.
Two officers have been named
to the Board of Director.- ol Mi-1
ami Beach Firsl National Bank.I
that city oldest and largest bank
in; institution. The) are Walter ('.
Vogel, senior vice president, and
Donald R. Jones, cue president.
Vogel brings a total Of 4S years
ol hanking experience to the Board
ol Directors, :I2 years ol which
have been spent in association
with Board Chairman Joseph S.
Moss, both here and in New York
at the IrvinS Trust Company.
Jones, a Syracuse University
graduate, ha- spent the last 21
years in the banking business,
having come to Miami Beach First
.National five year- a40 from the
klin Nati nal Bank >t Long
Island
Brodie to Head
Hollywood Units
Ben "alter, president of the
Jewish Welfare Federation of
Hollywood, and Milton Forma n,
president of Jewish Family serv-
ice ol Broward County, announce
the appointment ol Myron J.
BrodtP as executive director of
their respective agencies.
Brodie conies to Hollywood from
Kansas City. Mo., where he served
ns as.-istant director of the Jewish
Federation and Council, and where
he was also executive director of
the Beth Sholom Synagogue, a
Jewish congregation of some 1.500
families. Immediately prior to his
service in Kansas City. Brodie as-
sisted the congregation in com-
pleting a 12,900,000 building cam-
paign, which was culminated by a
victory dinner on the eve ol his
departure
Brodie is a graduate of Western
Maryland College, where he 111:1
jored in sociology. He is also a
graduate of the Boston University
School of Social Work.
His experience has been with
the Lynn, Mass., Jewish Commu-
nity Center, family counseling
with the Family Service Agency
of Greater Boston, State Mental
Hospital in Waltham, Mass., and
treatment with emotionally dis-
turbed children at the Judge
Baker Guidance Center in Bos
ton.
while m military service, Brodie
was chief social work officer su-
pervising a staff of seven case
MRON BRODIt
workers in a psychiatry neurology
clinic.
In Kansa- City, Brodie was also
involved in the annual Fe leration
ampaign, Including budgeting, fi-
nancing, and social planning
Brodie and his wife, Charlotte,
have two children. Steven 8, and
Debbie I
Chicago Club Party
Chicago Cluh will hold a dinner
'v Saturday. 7 p 111 in the
1 asanova Room ol the Deauville
Hotel. Howard A Mesh, in charge
ot arrangements, said some 250
persons are expected to be pres-
ent.
Mizrachi Women
To Hear Report
Annual pro-conference general
meeting ol all Dade County chap
lets of Mizrachi Women will be
held at the Hebrew Academy on
Tuesdaj at I p.m.
Harold Feil who studied in Miz-
rachi Women'- si ho is m Israel,
v. ill be presented
Serving on the Arrangements
Committee are Mrs Julius Rosen-
stein, Mrs. Sylvia Meyers, Mrs.
Max Newberger, Mrs. Jonah Cap-
Ian and Mrs. Theodore Sakowitz.
Plans for th.- Florida conference
to be held later in January will be.
finalized
Blackstone Hotel
Is Going Kosher
Blackstone Retirement Hotel in
Miami Beach 1- 'join- kosher
Announcement of the change was
made by Michael Sossin, owner
and operator of the Blackstone
He said thai a maschgiach will b,
on the premises ol the hotel. 800
Washington Ave
Rabl ; Joseph E Rackovsky, spir-
itual leader ol Beth Tfilah Con
on. .11 direct dietary law- I
the hotel
Along with the -witch to koshet
provisions, the Blackstone has up
dergi a S100 000 remodeling job
Lobbies, dining area- and privati
room- have been redecorated with
new furnishings according to Sos
sin
Qood cJWugfc
IS
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1
trial Security
ffice Opens
North Dade
h 11 i' Social Security ol
t ed in a 1 lion NVt
1st and 71ii Ave on Monday,
I a ribbon 1 titling cere-
[ n CI a u d e Pepper,
i istrumental in getting
|ce moved to the more cen-
brth county location, will
rth county location, spoke
and cut the ribbon
itlv. the office is at 234
St but with the growth
prthern part ol the county.
Isite will make it more con-
to a larger majority.
P, Blonston is Social
I "Hue manager. The new
Ovidea a more centralized
for the convenience of
fn 400.000 persons in the
part of Peppers Third
tonal District. A total of
arsons, receiving more
lillion in Social Security
Mtnthly, will be servii ed
new North Dade office
Helmle Joins
United National
David F Helmle, formerly with
the Riverside Trust C< ol Hart-
[01 I. C0111. 1 i the .-tail ol
t he United Na-
tional B a 11 k ..-
vice president.
Helmle. a n a -
t i v e 01 New
Y 0 1 k, recei\ ed
h 1 s Bachelor's
e !i"in the j
Unit ers it y ol
Chh go in
and is a graduate
Ol the William's
HElMlf ('"lie :' School of
Banking in Massachusetts.
He I- a former president <>i the
Hartford Chapter Of the American
Institute of Bankers
powerfully
influential
on
Cohen Synagogue
Ladies to Meet
Sisterhood Of the Jacob C. Cohen
Community Synagogue will hold
its regular monthly meeting in the
Synagogue social Hall, 1932 Wash
ington Ave., on Tuesday, 12:30
p.m
Refreshments will be served.
Rabbi Tibor II Stein will speak.
His topu will be "Women of the
Bible "
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Friday. January 1, 15
Albert Jacobs,
Noted hSotelman,
Passes Away
Mbert >bs, pioneer Miami
Beach h telman, ;'''-
142 Alton Rd star!
, : f/ri iHl hotel I siness in Ne
link, am! came \ Miami Beach
in years ago. il<' was associated
wiUi the Biscayne-Collins Hotel
and the London Ai
He was former chairman of the
ird hi the Dupont Plaza H
. builder ol Miami Beach's first
_-ji rise hotel, the Alamac
He was a boarc1 member and
trustee of Temple Israel, char-
ter artci life member of the Elks
of Miami Beacli, a member of
Brandeis University Association,
Taxpayers' Association and Jew-
ish Home for the Aged.
H, ;ed to 1'u' Miami
.uh Police and Firemen's Ben
olenl Vssociati n and i a life
ember ol Mou.nl Sinai Hospital
Mi .'. ubs i> sun i\ 'i! n> hi -
:. Graci uighter, I
: New York: I
brothers Wi
ion and Robert I Flor-
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Dr. Hyman Ros< ''
Beach -
been elected f r
Dade Couj -v
Association. Others
were Dr. Ben K
dent; Dr. Don Gra-;ano,
tary; era Dr. ''.
SchwcrrVibei treasui
Scheaffer Agency
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Purpose o I
FAAN is to se
CUll 5 Col
I ec t i ve client:
ent and re-
liable service fa-
cilities in k c y
(ities ol the Uni-
ted States a n d
SCHtAfftR foreign markets,
as well
Scheaffer said, upon receiving
official notification, that "mem-
bership In F.\.\N greatl) Increas -
the scope ol our agency and. in of
feet, gives us a working office in
the 30 major cities of the country
\\i now have immediate access to
up-to-date local information in anj
markel around the countrj as an
in our client- Eat h
FAAN member contributes and
m ser\ ices an i markel in-
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centi : l he Scheaflei em 5 -
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Car Wash on Sunday
B< th David 1 SY members will
.; in force 1 1 for (heir
fund-raising project oi ear wash
1 rs wiil wash the cars
1 II clients desiring this service
on ti p pai kins lot ol Beth David.
Business Council
Reelects Walker
Paul S Walker, president ol
tirhardi Department store, was
, ni oi tne Jown
n Miami Business Council. Mi
pade Count} Chamber of
merce, its organizational
::u here
Vice 1 "' Harrj Bol
listi -.. nager, Fl irida
rhestres; Bernard Klayf.
vice presid Burdine's; and
., downtown
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the United Kashrus Association of Greater Mi- Kohlenberg, Herman Dale, secretary, Moe
ami, and its Executive Board show the 1965 Thau, and jack Pomerantz, vice presiden' Bot-
yel'ow sic. displayed in all butcher torn ure Nonnan Kaplan, president. Rabbi Saf-
shops under the U.K.A. supeivision as a safe- ra. and Joe Wilensky. vice president.
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LEGAL N0TIC1
-THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
In AND TOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. t2626C
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IriCEOP INTENTION TO MAKE
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r -i a\ Miami, Pia.
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
H'li'i: IS HKIUSHY QIVRN that I
niil.l-'Cii. it. desiring lo ellgMe in \
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Ji;i INTKRNATIONAI. al 111 N W.
uri. Miami Intends to r*ct*ter
|il ii.ini." with ii"- Clerk of i>- ilr- J
i .i p.i.ir County, Florida.
l-.\-KI' SAI.KS. INC.
.i Kin I'm i'.. Sole t in i"
IN \ KPSTKIN
. in v fur Applicant
l.iii. oln Road
13 ll-K-JS. l I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
iTICK is HKRKHY OIVEN lhal
-itii. i. .! "iritis i" engagi In
unil. 11 b name ol
l|.^ Sl'K'S COIN I.MM'KV al
\\\ 7iii \\. i.... \i uml, Klorida
-al llli Ihe
f I ..-!
I 1 i
i'\ f c ST' ni:
.\i-i, i

"Morris gets real enthused now that we've dis-
covered this new 'No-Cal' wine for Kiddush!"
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HKRKriY tilVBN lhal
Hi.- -..,.. nl
/.II- .11 VNKIt.S ,\ I v I M 'I: i
s M K" v -nth A> nOi Miami,
Kloi Id Inll in I- In reKialei -.i'1 I ani.
, i |. i of thi '..in '
,.i 11 i.i, i '..urn \ Kloi iIh
\i:w KRKNCH HKNZol,
i-i.i:wi'Ks .\ i. \rv:ii:^ i.v
V I A
\ t'-i ii- i..I K\.....ni
mil A I VHaml. I li
I I -
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 55547-B
IN UK Rdlill.' i.f
I., his a s mmiki.s.
i ...... i
| NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPL.CATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NoTICK i- li. i. I.. ulven lhal I hnve
riled Final lt.-p.-t .....I Petition r<*
Distribution and Klnal Dlscharw
Kxeoutrix ..f the ratal* of I.....i. A.
Samuels, deceased and thai
-_. I ilaj
Caai. 1*44. Do,- rio
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
t'Jenist] Fh/rSdliar
solicits your legal notica*.
W* apprsciate your
patronage and guarant**
accurate servics at legal
rates .
Dial Fit 3-4605
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
Hi<
NOTICE UNDER
FlCTIT;OUS NAME LAW
Nii I Hi: IS HKRKHY lllVBN u
ih. uiu|. i-iimn .1. desiring i" engilKi
''|. |, miner* under ihi fictitious imiiu '
r January, 1MB, will himiI> i;i,i:i ruir Motors sai.i'.s an.
Honorable Count > .In.I-;.- id KRRVIfK al 2121 N.W. Till Avi M
______ i ...,-i. .- ................i .. i .._:..., .....i .......
I ..!. t'unnty, I lor Ida, for approval nl
ami. intends i<
register Bald nnm
-.ml Final i:i|.."i and for diatrlhutlnn n-itli u,. i'i.i'. of the Circuit Cots
l i.i.I. i '..iini\. Plorlda
MnliKIS KI.ASS
12 M-18-2., "
linal dlnrharKi an Kxecutrls
ih,. Htat. of ill- .ii...\. -named >l.-.
.i. in Tin- .' tin day of i'. ii in'-
1961.
ROXAI.lNn \V SA.MII'.I.S
Kxeruti Ix of Ihe K.-iai. ..f
l^.ni- A Hainuele, I ream -I
m:i HI IH iNI-i:i.li. Am.ni.i
..:-. RIh< a> ne Rulldlnn
m laini, I .a Ida I
LEGAL NOTICE
I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTIT O'JS NAVE LAW
- 11K |( I | t; IV K.N
'
| I.IUIAN S.I KS ill I N A
.
I ,.f i ..,.i. I I i
W SAI.ICS I'l IRI'
-' I
\ \i;n I KAI.I I
-
I'
-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
. .i li: is HKRKIIY OIVKN l! il
Kian.-d. dealrl In i >- "i
hi.1.1- the fletltlnuB name ..f
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 654C3-A
IN RK i -'
lAKul. S II VMHI'Ri;,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.i v; i'i. i i > I" >
.-
I. '
Viiii .ir< '
ill nun
.. h
I'lll-.ll S Hai- li il-_ ilei
.... .
. I "ail
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. (TICK IS IIKRKItY il\ UN lhal
...... i. iriiis to n-
. let- tin- l
i- \t .- \\ :- rsii i: i:.\ri:ki: hi h1
il .' i '.I S.M V inn
.! name
n.tll the 'li
'ounty, I
I- \-..n \l. VI'I'IF.II i
11 ,AN K < ill I :i "XK
Ml..ni. l'
'.. I l|||Hilll I '!... '
Miami I -
I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCU'T OF
|i i.N \i. y \.'K \.;i: STORK i >V >- Um '
ildi-d
ntiy.ii ill.- i
M- ill |l
. .
'
I. 111..I
I -.,-. Mliiml, I- luridii. I li
...... \ i I
I VVK.N
\ i "\. ill : \
\-y |inlil if ih. n. '
-i ,ia' uf Januni y, "
i:i;i iRi:K .1 T M.I VN< 'll
> nel i..i I :\. 'in i\
I \ Ml ItKACH ii Til Mil Sir. .1.
ml lleai li. Kloi Ida Intends to i -
ii ii. i nani Ith Ihi 'lei k of the
u:i L'ouri : l'aii. County. Klor-
MAN N HIRNRR
Hole i 'wii.i
Jury stkikkkro, Bsq
1 ley
12 11-18 '.'.. 1 1
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
|EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY,
No. MC 13284
.'i: VII.TKI \.
Il'laim fl
\ -.
y i It IiiSKPII '' MI.TKI'N".
i ml
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
i i:i.\i i:i: ji iskph c mi.ti in
i.i.i- -.- I i..\i Villa, I ...n.
Ifornla. ai
the nmplalnt for
inxl you, ulili Hi-'
... nui ind bi v--
upon llermui I1 ihi n, I**mi
II lldlnit. n:
. lanital
In entered hi .. iihi
|i\TKH I .. ...
i: i: i.i:a i'iikrm \n
I v '. \ I
IN THE I "IT COURT OF THE
I VCIAL fiRn i T. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No 64C '."
nV S I I IKAS VS TRI
Miami I-.- li. Horlda

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 13154 (Judge Wu;heart|
KMKRITA kki.ipi:.
I'lalntlff,
ANTONIO MARIA KKI.IIK.
I li ii,l..i'.;
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
TO \XT< >NIi MARIA 1-KI.II'i:
SIS laifa.M It. Avi an.
Apt No. :'
Itionx, Ne Y-.rk
VOI' ARK IIKIIBIIY n..ii'i..l lhal
i i I'omplalnl f..i Dlvorci baa I..... f'l"i
' agalnm ou, and you ire herehj
. ,| ... >. ix. ... ....> nl II ..ii-". i
.. iii. I'oiiiplainl .-n ih. I'lalntlff -
atti.ru.>, l.i:siii: ROCKRK, uhom.
, N \\ I ill. Strei i. Mi-
i .. Ida and fill lhi ulniil -.f
|| \- in i f tl fieri
..f ih. Klevetith .1 nil al 'Iri
. i ..ii ...
M .
ml w ill
I. \ i i:i iIh- .
K. H. I .K .4 tl A N
INI'
,N 1-ltCOUNTi JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOn DADE COUNTY.
FLORID* IN iJROBATL
No 61047-C
in m: i:
.IKNKINS K N
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. MC 13774
\\. .. iliRl .\\ i: > U..M< IN,

U ll.l.li: I.- : VI.Mi IN.
i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I I'n \\ ll.l.li: la 'I'M' SALMI IN
".'.'I', S. 101 ll A\ N :.
Mount Vi i ii-1". Xe V..i k
yor ARK lll'RKIIY n-.tified that
I 'miilaliil (.-1 l livnrn ha. i..... lll<
I aaainal you, and ywi are herehj i*e-
' quired to reo'i ropj -' your anewer
. ... ill. Complaint --ii i'i- I'l.iii.i i'l"- Bt-
. to ii v. A K I III 1! VV. K Mll.KK,
I whom addi'exi" i ''.'' N W. Mill Street,
I Miami, Klorlda. and fill the nrlslnal
1 ..I iii.- Anvvpar In thi ufflee ..f ill.-
jii. rk ..f Hi. Kiev.mli .ludic-lal Ciivuil
I In and f..r Dado t'ounty, Plorida, on
I or before Hi. joth da> ..i January*.
' ',....;:.. in .1- fault of whleh th< Com-
I plaint will bo lak< n an mif. -- .1 1"
i you.
DATED Hi's l 11 daj of I > .ml., r,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTH'K IS HKRKIIV tll\ IN I hill
I mli -i-1 .1 .i. -i' in. to ) In
i.,i-in. under ill. nan --i
\|i 'I iKI S ,\ AKTI.- I'S i:\l.l. al
n i: 7'.- h street, Miami Inti di.
-.I--! -..i.i ...... .ii. I" i "li i.
ii ..
Uml
I. \ I'.KI.I.i: STCIHOS IN''
., I
I \ I I. K\VI '
i: ...

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6S3I.6
- i.i .
Mi iRRIS \ I '
I..... '
NOTiCE TO CREDITORS
To \ '
t Said
I. nl. .
ymi mi i..
.... I ill -
d> .v In. li Soil 11>.. > lia- I an I"-'
Mi .KitIS AIM.Kit ill
,i ; i ..I.- i '....ni y, i- Ida
i".mini ilften of i '-ni. i 'ounty.
lid li tile -..in.- in dllplleat. nnd a-
1 n .-,. -1..H 7.::; Hi, Klorida
.- atut. -. in In i iffiei i" in tin I in
i i .. i i;.. ,-. in I lade Count) I
Ida, "iilim -i\ .al.ii.lai- 111..111I1- from
ih. mi,. ..r the first pulilloation here-
llli -..in. ill lie b II i 'I
I in till al Miami. Klorldu, thi." lltli
da) .-I I > mlii i. A.I'. 19M.
LAW ki:.ni 1-: AIH.KI'.
A- Kxecutor
\ ..ii. \ IS, S.lv tl Sli. 1-
in i for Kxecutor
ti"T Alnxle) Ulily .Miami. l-"la.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
Nui H'K IS HKRKHY OIVKN Ihi t
iii. iinderaiKni-d, dealrlnii i.-.n'-..t.
buaineaM under ihe rlctltlnun nanu '
i< t;i:'i"-1: -*i: INTERIORS at
l l--- ,j > Miami jteach Intend t.. r. -
i- r -ai.l iiiiiik Ith Ihe Clerll o\ 111.
-
l ul I i-adi ''.. int). I
Ida
IIKI.KNK K' iRKTZKY
l-.i.AN'.'lli: l:i iSKNItl-ATT
I J 11 -1 N
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
XoTH'K IS IIKRKItY tllVKN I

.
Tin: i \-' \ '' :i.i .i: X I
Stii-i 1. Miami, 1
.
Uadi
H
K> iVNKR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
NO 04C 13533
. i 'i lit
?. vvin<: -
,1.|.\M .ll'I'K fill.I.INS
I -, ii
NOTICE OF SUIT
. \A llli..in lllil.- 'oil :i- Hid S
.1 'nil li-. ll Wlfi
. ... |. |1| \.
w, -i i ni. .:--. mil
^',.ii are herebj notified "i '
..I...X.
pi i mi .1 action lias bcej
-nun..I iiKalnut you In thi i
,-,,in i of in., i :ii venth Judli :..i I'
n.l for Pa.I. iii> -
i\ tn i..i. I..- a morutaae upon t;.
r.illou nit d< rilied real property
1 i in., i I of SIERRA MlRAliA
8IIIIDIVIRION, accordlns t.. iii
I 'Ih t thereof, lecorded in Plat Boo
.7 al I'uki :'7 id the Public K. cord
..i i ia.I.- i'..nui\. norida.
V..11 an required t.. file a raaoon-
Ive i.i. .ai ni: to i.iaiiuiif conipwint
iili the Clerk of the aforesaid Coun
-. is--'-, i i- and mrvea eopj thereof upon plalnt-
-------- -.11 |ffl(( ,,,,.,, uaRTIN PINE, li.il-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
K M IjEATIIERMAN. Clerk.
i'ii-i-uit i'..in, I inde County, Klorida
-. |) |ly: K M I.V.M \N
iH-plllJ Clerk
12 II -'".. 1 1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 65270A
' ,
i m:i. rakky
i -
.i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn \ll i.N- in.l Ml IV
Ina I'laim- of l iii m.i- As SaId
i .
Yon .. mil re-
I to ni ,n.l di -
i, h ha v. 111 -1
i .
i .,. .
ide i end
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 13745
\ V'li.N'NK IIKN.N KTT,
i a Intlff,
N VTHAN1KI. I-: IJENNKTT,
11. i. 11.I.i i.t
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I.. N V I'll V.NIK I. i: RKNNKTT
i.?",". I o\ Ihlnn Street, .vol. >
K\anavilli I ndianu
\ .. N \ I'll VNIKIi i: RKX N
, ii, in.I thai a Hill of
t'omplalni Mlvorii baa been filed
ion. and > i .!
., nl out > iib r ..
Ill I'omplnint on
I h < I 'la i I
. i final 'i '"
|f| vnau-er III
. Clerk ol
. Oil Ol
tCK and MKII VDA
- ItlKS INC

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
il.LAI 'K
I: -1 I. nowi
NOTICE OF N'LNTlON TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
. i; ,. i n thai '
,ur 1 ind I'.-tl-
i I-' nal 1 "--
I .--.,!. "I ; Alii-i- II
lil ;i m NOTIFIED lhal Jenklm k' i I M
an......i an on the ith daj f Jan in
'an.....t -i.h k ertlfl. He ha- been h '' Juilaea
I'l,.I Id |, I.,I ..;
.. || ,,
. ,.
|| of ol
! I I... inil.li.-
... .
... i i or mi s
I..... tDi
ll> I > i in the abovi kt) I--.I
rtlfli at* involved la
Irtlfleal 11>,7."... -li.ii.-
tal -i.-.-k i-- u .1 bj
[' 'I Mi\ INDI'HTRIBH, l.N'i' an.I
Mistered in tin- n.iiie ol SKY-
l"i II l-ol.l.ACK ..ii in., atock
['' r ledc. i of -ai.l MERADA
r-i'i -tiuks, INC.. .. Florida ...i -
. i..n
"I ARE HKTtBBT REQUIRED t"
>'our ..Ik- ,.,i ..ii-,; or other
|dlng t., I'laintiii rompialnt In
loffiee ..f the Clerk ..t the Clr till
P*'. ''."I. fount) Courthouae, Ml-
l l"i Ida, .-n or before the l'-'Hi
'I Jan larj 1(6.1 v..ii ire ..In..
1 'I to -. i \ a ropy ,,i v our
'h'"-' upon Plalntiff'a Attorney,
MERMKI.L 1900 s W Third
|mie. Mian I .., .. || |f ,,,
.....il li e nl decree l.%
" entered affaln i s ."i
leated In I Intlff'a
Iplaini
':;'| t M'aml l-'i.ai.ia. thi
..,i
1 '' I.KATHP.RMAN
uiirk ..r ih. ,-;,-, on .
i i- i- ...i-Ki.wn
Deput) Clerk
II il-:--:... l l
Mil DKKD II M-'I.V
tin- uti
Simon. Hi-.-.-:
\ i torn, mfiii K\. ,-itrix
- '
ni i i,..i. County,
,,, -.,, i : | ..ii and for dlctrlbu-
ti..n and final .li-. harai ue Km
,,i ii,,- eatati -i il" ''"-x named de-
. '. in i iiia tud .i > ol I i .l.i-i. i
: I.
ANN \v .'. .iii:n
l.K.i.N KA1I.AN
I.BON KAPLAN
of My.-is. ii.iinaii a Kaplan
a ttorne)
l i.'ai s w i-i Strei 1
Miami. I lorl la )
.....- '.'.. l I
NOTICE UNDER
1 1
IN THE COUNT V JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 65283-A
IN RK Katati
vnn K Si i: mss
I lee. a-. I
NOTICE TO CRFD'TORS
To Ml i 'i. dltom ."i.i \'l Pel o lla\ -
Ina Clalnia ol lietnanda a-hmi Said
l"-i ii. :
Von ;|.. hi i.-i.v notified and i-
quired '' "i i anj cJalnia ..n.l di -
m.iiiiN which ^-..1 may have aaaliiHl
ii,. slate of ANN K STRAI SS d< -
. .i-.-d late '( Dado County, norida.
Hil iKRKl i ai M mi
-
V.D. 1
. 'I It.M \.V
-
,...,li i:- K M I Y.M VN
|y I "li i k
fHRISTIK .v i.i \ KNSTK1N
I: i".

iJ.|a-2
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW j to the Count) Judge* of IXade .'..1.11-
NOTICK 18 MKRKIiY OIVKN lhal
the -in.I. i-imi.-d, .l.-iriNK I.....V
i.-.i.-in.... under Ihe flctll narai of
MATA KlH SIIOK COMPANY, I' l
l.,i ,.i fa-ill. in
S W -ih Sll ei I, Mi lllll, Kloi '
. >\ uli the
i| the i Court I'.i'l.
. 'nunl i. I 'I
cam 11. 'i: -
a New York ml '

MARVIN I 'i :'" '
Al torni \ i .
IS111 -1
i v. and fill the name In duplleat.. and
.,. pn>\ Idi .1 In Si lion 7 :
sr mi.-, in iheir offleaa In ih. Cnon-
:. Courthouse in I 'a-l. i 'olinti l-'l.a -
Ida, within \ i lenda i nonthi
Hi, lime of lli- l rut piilili.-ai a.ll ll-ii-
i he -an. will I-, barreil
l int. .1 al m ml, Klorld I
daj of I.... ... \ I
I.K.- i i.i: H m in t.NDKR
I 11. i
,
ih. II
I.KON KAPI \n
f Myei Hi
: l ... S.W lat
F.-.l.i.l I'.illldimt, Miami. Piorldo ?.:u::.
n.a int- than January 15, l6".. or ..
11., r. Pro Confeaao iil be entt-ri
ncalnal > ou.
DATED: I1"- mber 8, 1M4.
i: II LKATHKRMAN
Clerk ol iii. Circuit Court
,-, .,h l(> : K M I.YMAN
I'. puty i'l. rk
M ml:'in KINK
I lade K. d. linK
Mia in Kl.....I .. 1*1
ia ii-is
IN THE COUNTY JUDliE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 63032-A
IN RK Katati '
.M'tll'ST w RBI B
,-, .1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Ni iTICK -
nd P
1
r Ai'iirs
and that mi
-ih .
ii
'
,. ell d i
KIR .' W K1.I.ISCH
' .- i" \\ 1:1:1 iK, i......-. -i
Kl it r v\ i:i.1.1.- ii
\ .. \..-.
i'.. al iabl
12 11 -1S-2.1, i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65219-B
in in Katati ol
IKSS A I'' IT Ml.
I.....-- -I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T-. Ml Cr.-dli.. and All Pi raona ll
i,mil- Axalnat Haul
NOTIC TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY J UDGE'S COL' RT
IN AND FOrt DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA IN PROBATE
No. 6b 31 A iBIanton)
IN RK: Katati i
iiai;. il.li I. IIARNKS,
II, ceaaed.
To All "redltm .m.i Ml I', raona I lai -
ina Clalnia oi liemandr Vaniiiei Said |lla i-|u|ina or
Katati *
)uu are I'.i.l.y notified and : v,,,, ., i,v ,,iiii,.,i ami re-
proa, nl anj ola Itna .. ml 0i -
aniiiat
if IKSS \ I'' IT \K. il. -
. ,i I;.i,. nf i i.i.i. County, I Im
|..nl. CVim-
qulred '-
ma
,i to ,--.-ni am clnlma and dc
Ih" eaateK;!l $JaRoU U^iARNKW '
.1. .,.,-. .i lat< i i "i- '< 'in t
Ida, lu ih *"... ii \ .iuik> i.i l)utl
^.ed'ii^T,., 'vr-Av,:;;!
i>, I': : """;
e aame I .....'" '"'' '''..... '"
111 ..i I -.....lli V.I
HARRY II SMITH
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12,11-18-1


smamnems*^
Page 16-B
Leo Pfeffer to Address AJCongress
At Miami Meeting Scheduled for Jan. 9
Loo Pfeffer, noted law yet and
author, and special counsel for the
American Jewish Congress and
chairman of the Department of
Political Science ol Long island
University, will bo guest speaker
at the Everglades Motel on Satur-
day. Jan. 9. 8 p.m. His topic will
be "The Supreme Court and You
1!)6.V
Pfeffer has been national direc-
tor of the American Jewish Con-
gress Commission on Law and So-
cial Action and is one ol the na-
tion's leading constitutional law-
yers.
As an active practitioner in
civil rights, he has appeared and
submitted briefs in State and
Federal Courts all over the na-
tion, including the United States
Supreme Court. He has present-
ed cases and filed briefs in nu-
merous civil rights cases, in-
cluding freedom of speech and
press, due process of law, free-
dom of association and rights
of citizenship and questions in-
volvir.? segregation.
Ho is the author of numerous
books including The Liberties of
An American." "This Honorable
Court," '"Church. State and Free
dom. Creeds in Competition,"
and "Church and State in the Uni-
ted States."
Rabbi Leon Kronish announces
hat in recognition of his work in
civil rights and civil liberties.
Pfeffer will receive a special scroll
:rom the South Florida Council ol
no prmt*
American Jewish Congress, Metro
politan ( hapter, and the Women's
Di\ ision.
Bernard S Handler, chairman
Of the Commission on Law and So
cial Action of the South Florida
Council, will also receive an award
tor his role in working for civil
rights and civil liberties
In charge oi reservations is Jos
eph I. Yanich, regional director
Hosting the meeting will be
South Florida Council: Rabbi
Bureau Leading Four Contests
Four interschool contests are
now taking place in the Jewish
schools of Creator Miami under
the sponsorship of the Bureau of
Jewish Education
The annual Book Review contest
for students in junior high and
high school departments will close-
on Jan. 10 The winners will re-
ceive valuable books as prizes and
participate on the Bureau's annual
television Jewish Book Month pro-
gram.
Rules for the Bureau's annual
Essay-Art contest have now been
distributed to all Jewish schools.
Subject is a biography of Chaim
Weizmann and relationship be-
tween Zionism and Israel. The
deadline has been set for Feb. 8.
Dr. Jacob Weinstein. of Chicano, president of the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis, presents Dr. Manes R <
Bay Harbor Island, wi'.h a Scioll of Honorurv Lite Member-
ship in the Central Conference of American Rabbis "in i
nition oj fifty years of valuable service rendered f J,i
America, and the cause ci aood will br:
Jews." Occasion was the 50th anniversary of Rabbi Rnncon's
ordination. Presentation wos a' Temple Peth Sholorn at a meet
ina f Reform Rabbis of Sout'.ieas" Florida. Rabbi Leer.
nLh, of Beth Sholcm. presided.
ft Jen ist ncridktr
FridaY. Ian
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Leon Kronish. Rabbi Jcn'hE
C.plan. Rabbi Max D. UpKMt;
j.ck D. Gordon. M.S. Dav.d
Muskat, Mrs. Benjamin K.men.
Joseph Nevel. Mrs. Harvey E^
Kramer and Mesd-mes: Harolc-
j.ffer, H:nry Kamei. Anna
Brenner Meyers, Leo^srd S.der-
S|Y, Mildred A.nenstein, Yvette
Abramsorv Ruth Albuquerque
and Sylvia Silvers.
Metiopol lan< lor. Ilenrj Ka
nun. Benjamin Kamei Mr*
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Nevel, R berl Hamburg Mr* Max
S Joff. Mrs Johanna Koll
Women's Divisi n Bisi aynet'hap
Sandy Reese. S
Brown. Helen Dudoll. Esther
Hollander, Ida Weintraub, Kuth
levmson. 1.Mine Zuckerman. Jean-
,,-,. Goldstein. Irene I'crlyn. ROM
nrrek Mynne Levin, Judy Prank,
Kuril Bruce and Esther Rudniek
lust me ChapterMesdarnea Bar
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,',.,., Mollie Rudt. Dorothj Cahn,
Druker, Edna Meiselman,
p.. in Simon, Etta Weatin ami
imini rschlag
i v isc napter Meadamea
. ohen, Sai a Cohen, Anna
... Prances Herder, Pearl
Pomerantz. Anne White. Irene
Kaplan Isabelle Slavitl Ruth
Uaiim Rose Roth, Anne Tanen-
n I illian Townaend, Sadye
Rmer. uilian fcj
Per. Eva Blum f
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The contest is co-sponsored by
the Zionist Or-ianixation of
Greater Miami and Hollywood.
Tin- Bureau- annual Vocabulan
"Bee" is now being scheduled lot
the month ol January and Feb-
ruary. Special lists ol matidaUnv
Hebrew words for grades l through
'.i an being sent to all the schools
Winners in all schools will appear
at a special Hebrew d< monstra
turn in February
The National Bibb' Contest i-
being sponsored for the southern
area by the Bureau Miami schools
will participate in the general com
prehension section of the contest
involving the Books ol Genesis
Judges and Micah. The district
written test will be held (in Mar. 7
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Page 8-A +Je*1st FkrkH^r Friday. January 1. 1965 Cuban Hebrew Social Circle has elected officers for 1965. Front row (left to right are Moi ris Gimelstein. second vice president; Dr. Felix H. Reyler. outgoinq president and executive director: Dr. Bernardo Benes. general secretary. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig. spiii'ual leader; Enrique Kalusin. president; Dr. Oscar White, first vice president; Abraham Zacroisky. treasurer; Jacob Israelit. administrator. Standing (left to right' are Jacob Biniakonsky, vice ad 'rator; Moses R :• I] >r1 v. Kicob Chmnsky. IN met vice president; Dr. Isidoro Lerman. vice execu tive director; Wolf Fingeroff, Ben Wolpe. Kalman Wodonos, directors; Mis. Ofeha Ruder, executive secretary Jaime Wolpe. director. Simon Shaftal. vice secretary: and Leiba Gar mizo, director. The organization meets at its offices, 1519 Washington Ave Miami Beach Schwartz Speaks Before Luncheon ( „i : s;,ii„rt/ p c-..!. HI "i C o nfer — w "I ChrWfauU and Jew. Uiam| B^.CJ, i. u, of B'nn til.i*U ltotol, tJeTakM s Miller a pat lodge ,,'.'') od—1965" president, is lunchc > New Eshkol Gov't Wins Approval <~ t •*• %  Continued from Page 1-A ach, Ignoring truth and sup pr und regret" over the con i" ,|,m ""'" deadl) enemies" He : nut I "rigid ways" <>t the Soviet '"' (l ,?1( Knesset thai he would n, citing the Soviet veto "t nevertheless "seize ever) oppor snglo-American resolution in ,. m ,. ,,, continue to dispose ol 11 uritj Counci the complaints .mil countei i plaints registered bj Israel and Syria over a November 13 i whi ited into :i tank and battle He said the Ai \;i erican proposal was (a iltj be K it evaded designal ggressor Syria, in Ui.it clash llow ver he added, "even tl i vi sive proposal ha> been \. bj tl r Sin iets be< ause .tspor i e fused • low r He ealle continuation ol turn tin truth upsi S \ iet \ el.. a one side I Florida Senior Citizens our dialogue with the Soviet I'mon W< entitled to hope." he de< that the So> iet I'nion good neighborl) ;th ..II countries <>f thi J %  : He said Israeli relations with the United States continued "in • spirit of understanding and friendship in important areas' | r ;•-'•• it iendl) n lations ru •:. le I ll< indicated hi lo lea\i Januar) fo f(i< tal i-n lo -. %  \ era I I >l Mncan i Irii in lins Ken) 'I • • Cap*! ^ %  >•"•* Nw A;cor---' ; i a Pad •' OCMK Saaanasiaf, iaaartaaaaaal F* AI A OkUraa Uivdr 14. W.tfi rVt-'i — No Oa-q. a C !" •nyt of perati • *ew Yeai eve celt %  (estatioi 101 SW 121 \ve WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS Mercantile the bank at the head TO BARTC You'll Hear the World WKAT-FM 93.1 on you-FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATiCN Programming MORE LIVE Conrprtsl WKAT-FM — ** %  HI .1.1 R | *a *J Washington Avenue at Lincoln Road Mall rrTk tf dtdksttdttrtkt Mercantile National Bank %  of Miami Beach tbartertJ 19ii a %  ••i >. % %  %  a



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lay. January 1. 1965 +Jtmlst>ncrld*90 Paqe 5-A LETTERS TO THE EDITOR jstice or the Peace Jason Berkman 'center> was returned to (fice uncontested. and Miami Beach Constable Leonard O. 'einstein lel'\ who scored with an overwhelming majority a record vote, are sworn in by Judae Tob Barkdull Jr. (right ley start their new terms Jan 1 \ Jaffc Chairs Westview Affair ;• \ 1980 I i mbn i i %  iiman ol I tnnu %  W i -.• in r %  leration Daj I be %  < 'lub on Wi 2" J..H. wl %  • loua West it i > I 1( !i both .ii .iiul ., i' I • i lut) Login In been in outs'and>CIUI o o hoi *••%  o IM i*" v'-' • • • •-. (k %  •> • Ecumenism Has Yet to Prove Itself EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian: I noted ith some misgivn • ;.. \i ncllin ha a devoted an i lumn to the E< umei its Schema on Ii would, I think Ireal the i ntire mat ; the I i umenu .il Coun< il as internal n ittei ol Ihe Ro nlic Church, which i • .i and ilm>pared cur -. Ives Ihe task "f publicl) apprais its work As .i result ot thr con al insistence of various Jew i-h individuals and organizations on meddling in the affairs ol the < hurch, it has, in raj humble view become unavoidable thai we al tempi to analyze the work "( the i oun< il, ;iwell aitpurpo from the viewpoint "f iteffeel <>" Thicall bj tho Roman See ol the Council made .1 clear th il itpurpose w to g ihe Church into %  prai tical nmenl with modern development* in r il e r to maintain, Anti-Egyptian Feelings Stirred By Nasser Insults Continued from Pge 1-A ditoi ial it.it the insults la the United States voiced bj N'assei ; %  <••! h are Off NO'MAN IOfH tauran? Croup campaign* on behalf ot Federation. I important his blatanl assertion lo re nh. p equip forces I murdei %  %  nd Ihe l< •] h torial | mil I ii %  \ LARRY'S 1 TEXACO | > • | 1 CRANDON BLVD. ; EM 1-5521 T, • i | ii -'on Wkt %  M •*"• I strengthen n d fat ilitate ili>' work %  %  e Church This is ol i >ui i %  • indertak %  %  i %  • e Church It it moit regrettable that many Jew. have elected to read into the Schema on the J?w a desire to right a wrong done to the Jewish people. In all fairness to the Council, it has never claimed this as its main purpose. as in fact it clearly is not. Some time before the first meeting of the Council, Rabbi Soloveitchik predicted that the entire matter was no more than an attempt to facilitate conversion of Jews. It appears that the Rabbi was quite correct, as evidenced by the wording of the final draft, which looks to the ultimate conversion of the Jewish people Tlif Chun h Fathi > i have merel) rocojrtized thai tinmethods "t cons.ersion whuh were used in Spain in n nol be used in Ihe United States m 1964 The} have therefore decided th.it the I the Church musl I i brought into a different lighl if iy decree -urn-is to i>' Propagation <>f the Faith, I' is most dangerous, therefore for Jews to tak %  the position thai the c %  on of ihe Council is an attempt t i righl .in historical and ten v roi lo the Jev i-h pi ovei %  years Thiititude iprecis* ) what the Council hoped for, so th.it ii v. ;il h.i" |'' t the Chun h II would i. t" assume I il i nun h ill nol m .ki • %  | lo capitalize on sui h ing 1 In ieri %  %  %  Hie Almigh) U nd v I'll be Ihe isesl dividual: i i.lo drop the subjei I the i huiih i" deal with iiinternal affairs without uncalled inr interference from Jews and to devoti o energies t" tti• tructive Jewish inden ikins< v huh < r) nul for our time, i I • JOSH REPHUN Miami Beach 7T OTARION HEARING AIDS **pm\r Al. 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Ft Laai u PUBLIC NOTICEThe United Kashruth Association of Greater Miami PROUDLY ANNOUNCES AND ASKS THE PUBLIC To BS-irc Jo Look for the 1965 YELLOW SIGHS Displayed by Your Butcher Shop Which Mean: ADEQUATE SUPERVISION AND GUARANTEED KASHRUTH '* r R R^ulNICt-L SUPtRVlSfON Of RABBI A. J. SAFRA ManHiMatl *IV. JOSEPH SHAPIRO in CJMrfS o* South Srorh Area; KEY. MhtAMN DOrCH, in churoe of M 1 The Following Establishmenls Are Under the Supervision of the United Kashruth Association of Greater Miami BRASIAWSKYS KOSH?R MKT 73/ fVaahiarttea A..-. JE 1-6409 BUSY Ml STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT MKT /S2 N.W. l£3rd St. NA 1 3961 -Normon Koplon KLEIMANS KOSHER MEAT MKT 18315 N 1. 19th Ave N.M.B. Ph. 945 5611 HERMANS KOSHER MFAT 1053 Woihington Ae. JE 1 9808 KAYS MEATS & POULTRY 1041 Woihington Ave. )E 1-3496 COMMUNITY FOOD CENTRE 5?5 41it II.-JI 1 7691 CORAL WAY KOSHER MEAT MKT 2337 Coral Y.-y-HI 3 1 CROWN KOSHER MEATS POULTRY 1122 15th St JE 1 6514 Ell S QUALITY MEATS 1321 Waihinqton Avt.-Ph. 534-2536 FENSTERS KOSHER MEAT A POULTRY 1444 Dre.el Ae.-Jf 1 5641 MALTERS KOSHER MEAT 4 POULTRY MKT 436 Collins Avc.-Jl 1 5583 MENDELSON & SONS 1354 N.E. 163rd St.-WI 5-6452 MEYER'S KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY 5987 S W 8th St.-MO 7 3733 NEW DEAL KOSHER MEAT 4 POULTRY 1342 N.E. 163rd St.-WI 5 2512 Joe Wilentkv NORMAN S KOSHFR MEAT MKT 953 Wushln-iton Ae.-JE 8 0221 OSCAR'S KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY 2C1 1st St QUALITY KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY r*>AKT 1321 Washinqton Ave.-JI 4 2536-11". 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Pour* 10-A i Jewish ncrktian Friday. January 1. 196S Israel Ambassador Comay to be Speaker At Hebrew Academy Scholarship Dinner The State of Israel*! Ambassador to the United Nation-. Michael Comay, will te principal speakei bond*} night as Ike (iieater Mi; mi Hebrew Acadeim marks it:7th anniversssrj nh the large* i I'nner m its Mstorj at tlir Deau idle Hotel Mr and Mrs Samuel Reinhard • i Miami Beaeh, will be guests of honor at the 17th annual scholar •hip fund dinner fur the Academ) i-t Hebrew da) school in the .-..nth. Dinner Chairrran Leonard Rosen and Academy President Louis Merwitx*r said Wednesday that more than 1 SCO persons and possibly as many as 2,COO, will attend the S10C a-couple function. It i.! fitting tribute to both lh< Hebrew Academ) and t" Mi ml Mi Reinhard that 1-1 a< I MR. AND MM. ffFINHAgD < in. : 'd the l \ and Mr < maj i accepted our invita lion I joi %  ith us Sun-!. • n and Me Former Israel Ambassador to i anada Coma) is one ol hination's most articulate -pike-nun and foremost diplomats He iin the forefront ol Israel's current campaign '" sreatly improve the nation*s educational facilities Ambassador Comay. chairman .• t the state oi Israel's permanent n legatioa to the United Natii ns : ,ii distinguished record ol sat i ice to bath hinative South Mrii .i and to IBorn in Cape Town, he received his B \ and law legrees Prom the I niversitj "t tape Town and subsequent!) • a Barrister ol the Court thenDuring the \ \ 'I ii w i. he served w th • \. ., armed I rces in b -h the Middle East and the I nili %  m with the rank "l or In ; .: •.. Con a) set e I in I special : the South fri ii-t i', dpi ation Me %  • ... •• ,'.. ; t,i the Political De%  • : • \ enc). carrying nut special misMons to Ninth Anna. Australia and New .. I, i He -i I \ t %  ..stall .nl\ is lo ;h" .!• w ish Agencj delega lion t the I il I Nations in 1W7mmed '• pre staleho \ Ambassador Comay was a member of the Israel delegation tc the thirc*. fourth, ninth, tenth, liih and 14th sessions of the General Assembly, and chairman of the delegation at all sob sequent sessions. \ special cantat Kn ode t Learning ill '• %  I b) r of the Hel i \. adem) under the l< Mi Jack Donnerstat nt i. lor, written special!) I la) event by ] > Gross, princi] al of tin -. hool i>in< i itincepl Under hileadership, the Acad i m> has grown from %  handfu children to more than KM boys and girls studying comprehensive He and English classes I Charting final arrangements for the Hebrew Academy's 17th annual scholarship dinner set for this Sunday at the Deauville Hotel are key Academy figures. Left to right are Samuel Reinhard Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal. Morris Bienen ield. honorary vice president, and Dan Satin. Tenth graders from the Hebrew Academy Girl's High School will serve as usherettes, at the Academy's 17th annual scholar ship dinner this Sunday at the Deauville Hotel. Moie tnan 2.000 persons are expected to attend 'he SlOO-acouple dinner honoring Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard. founders of the Academy. Standing (left to right! are Sandra Ehrenreich. Bonnie Sue Brodie, Sally Liebman and Diane Matza. Seated (left to right) are Toby Cavel. Robin Zelkowitz and Carolyn Budnick Dinner Committee Hard at Work to Make Function Most Successful in History %  ._J .II AMBASSADOR COMAY B. I. BINOIR ... a i Canter Abraham Seif. of Knes r:h Isiael. will tear/ the s.r.g.ng of the American and Israel nttionil anthems, and Rabbi Da vid Lehrfield, spiritual leader of Kneseth Israel, will offer the invocation. Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Beth El, executive vice president of the Greater Miami Rabbirical Association, will give th benediction. Rabbi Betel Wem. of Beth Israel, will offer a prayer in tribute to the Reinhards and to the Academy. 1 o of th< !; %  ii hardu grandchil Ii en iim-i ..) them V • i) nt-. w ill ite Sex enth gi .ni. r Rot* M Ren hard •.' ill speak ler livin Keinnard v di lead the hami Academy Opened School Year With 425 Students • '1 he Hebrew V >•• ni\ opened th' current school yeai will i nt! i .is "ie th i Ihe I ioc< up) n>i itiu .v mil lion dollar l>iiildin_ on Pine Trei In and 24tt Sti • Presently, the Academ) ithe onl) Hebrew D..> Bdtool in the southeastern region <>i the United States which operates .aurser) kindergarten, aad %  complete ele mentar) and Junior High Depart n enl • This i-eai th. Academ) open %  Senior High s<-hool far girls starting with the loth grade. in llth grade iplanned for iw;.i and ;i 12th grade in MM • Of the total student bod) there %  re approxtmatel) mi percent %  %  %  a I iris • The liebn \adem> i%  < credited b) Ihe Klori la Stati De partment I,I KM u ,,i ,, n • I he i hool combinean in t< n-n e Hebrew i cation w ith a n gulai public si hool program Classes meet five days i %  I I etween I p m • The school draws itstudent bod) from ever) section "i the Greater Miami area including itu dentfrom Broward Count) West Miami South Miami and North Miami Beach Studentait trans |i"i ted i,> ., fleet of eight buses • It ie-tmuted that (he COCt |x>r ,-tiident iapproximatel) S^ni per year, which incluTetuition • More than 73 percent of the -indentattending the Academ) in IpteBta of either a partial %  tnl! -(holarship Dinner Committee of more than 100 men and women hahern WOrktng for more than three months to insure the succeai of Sunda) night's Hebrew Academ) dinner under the leadership of the school's president and chairman of nHoard of Directors President LOUIS Mem it/, i who succeeded B I Binder and became the thud president of UH Vcad emy in its 17-year hiator) has been < rking hand in hand with i eonard Rosen board chairman, he aci i ptcd the position ol eral dinner chaii n Binder himself has been Weep^ ing pace with Roten and Mer wttier in his role as co-chairman. He has been aided by four associate chairmen, all longtime Academy and communal leaders They rt Maurice Reviti, i A. Cantor, Joseph Cohen and Harry Genet Wolfic Cohen and Osi at Mamber rm< ner The rommitte has hi do/, n inei tings, including M I %  Suni!.t> morning sessions Alexander Gross cipal sim i the \ idi incep 1 as partk ipati I in all ol i mmittei nd mng i ssi< But the n Women in Major Role on Sunday ;.!.,> an roll i Ireatei Miami Hebi • \ and recognition iIn II.. 17th .. %  : ual %  • Dei .!i %  %  the 'it with w ith the coupli • i let' And the wite ot 1 Si ie \ sador to the United Nations Mrs Michael loan Coma) iaccomp an>in^ her husband here for the salute to the Heinhaid17 vice chairmen and all of th I committee members, and to th • man) hundred"' friends of Mr and MiSam Kemhard and n porters of the leadens*/, who hai • combined to make thai the large* dinner ever held b> a local .lewi>organisation m Florida Rose ,i--ei te.l 4 10UIS MltWIUlK IfONAtD I0SIH SENIOR CITIZENS HEAR THIS! io -• •••• •> i iam • io'.. o' a IK| I ...*, 3 ,~t 4,, ,, v ... 10 Nkuw .*. r o* 200 1-e < Mt .•••r'w. reserve*! !•* w •#•<*. cv .• Join your friends fo' 3 or 4 days of pleasu'e and leisu'e aboard the newly refurbished and redecorated S S Florida PHONf OR W/Tf fOR gfSfVATIONS NOW ^s^:no v NASSAU GALA CRUISES AB">D THf A CJS3 'K'H ^vO S/S FLORIDA ^ Vo toe ctu'St rssg mciustt \ Q • .mean— m<:uOir>| e$ti t 7 Captam't Oinaer!o fj' enttr** ll tvaujnl Drogrjm — C'UU* I* r 'fete, floor .hows movies, l a {* %  **< %  --!pr if, Cilypwbaod' f %  %  Captan i Cocktail Party* j % %  a Continents! breakfast' | m %  Midnignt snacks' %  Duty (ret #a sbcop,ngoflboa'u' /af tau* is Tovt nosTrnt HOtti Sects at temiM Sat Street la eewnt ATTENTION BROWARD COUNTY RESIDENTS' r-* c-vte'ear„s '.-. ce Iron Ft i 4 ., n ,-„ .„ h.pj,0 M,|n. %  • %  ) rel„-n' S. .-<•• ., *'S •" "%f %  %  •• %  • oo 10 €'• %  Hi h,i, HO STEAMSHIP CO. l ( ;"%l^T^1A^ 1 Memo** o th* d.st.r> |u ,s M Tt t gff ; n iM> WIK. 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Page 4-A **<** JfcrftJbr? Friday. January 1. 1965 "Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 •,t |M \ r si' •• • I Mian Becond .':..PMMII P •' Si v Th. j..ih nof.dun hat .b.or B .d th. Jewish i ."iV..w! Ag.ncy. S.v.n Arts Featur. Synd.cate. Wo.J N.w. S?rwe. Nat.onal Ed.tor.al AWJ. ^r d. Pr* A..n Engl.sh-Jewith N r *>ipt. "d the Fior.da Pr* *"^ during FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher Th* J. rUn FTnrldl ii does not iua ante* itu Kashrutb of th> n,. i I. • ,1 -, ...:.. lined In lla columns SUBSCRIPTION RATES Locil Ar .,- On. Yftr S-.00 Thrwl Vsam $1? 00 Out of Town Upon R*qutt Volume 38 Number 1 27 Teveth 5725 Friday, January 1. 1965 Eshkol Gets Clear Vote of Confidence It is a sad fact with which he must reckon that former Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion has lost his battle with Levi Eshkol. Not only has Mr. Eshkol returned to the helm, but the government he formed is almos' identical with the one from which he was forced to resign by Mr. Ben-Gurion s real of the Lavon affair as a test of strength. Clearly Mr. Eshkol has passed the test with flying colors. In many ways., the Prime Minister m ry now reckon that he has a n mandate from the people to con'inue his policies. For his assumption of office :n the summer of 1965 came on the heels of Ml BenGurion's quitting for political reasons far beyond those that appeared on the surface. In this sense, Mr. Eshkol was until now a kind of "back-stop" Prime Minister, catapulted into the poi.' as a consequence of the crisis Mr. Ben-Gurion created. None of which should mean that Mr. Ben-Gurion was not responsible in his 1963 resignation -that he did not have good reasons relating to himself, as well as to the welfare of Israel at the time. But it was Mr. Ben-Gurion who chose the way of power poli'ics; and. with a man whom he clearly reckons as his inferior in statesmanship, Levi Eshkol. he has now lost. Indeed, so deep-rooted is the defeat, that the Cabinet early this week decided against reopening the Lavon affair, the very issue that brought the Eshkol governmen* down. Hence, Mr. Eshkol is now in firm command. Not even the spectre of Ben-Gurion is sufficiently frightening to create profound political crises today. No longer a "back-stop" Prime Minister, Mr. Eshkol has been given a clear vote of confidence by the people. Hebrew Academy Dinner The Hebrew Academy will hold its 17th .a! scholarship dinner on Sunday evening. See Page 10-A Israel Ambassador to the United Na'-.ons Michael Comay will be guest spe< The development of the Academy from its humble beginnings on South Beach is exemplified by the million dollar plant it occupies today on Pine Tree Dr. That the school opened the current academic year with 425 students symbolizes the number of tradi'onal-minded parents in our community who believe in the kind of educa t.on the Academy has to offer. The Hebrew Academy program consists of a Hebrew and English course of study intent on instilling a love for Judaism and deep-rooted loyalty to the American heritage. Far more than 1,000 persons are expected a* the Sunday night event to underscore their interest in and support of this proqram. In the process, they will be helping the approximately 75 percent of the Academy's student body, which attends on either a partial or full scholarship. They will also have the opporluni'y of hearing Israels distinguished envoy, an exemplary speaker at any occasion, and particularly fitting on the rostrum of the Hebrew Academy. Another Significant Exodus Severe pressure seems to be mounting on the Bonn Government from every pert of the free world to bring its scientists in Egypt back home. The issue, as expressed by the pressure, is as much a moral as a possible mih'ary one. More at this poin' is taking place than surfece actions indicate. Dr. Wolfgang Pilz, a leader of the German scientists at work in Egypt, has been putting out feelers on the possibility of returning. For him. the question of the safety of the scientists is a major one. The Bonn Government this week said that police protection would be up to the individual West German sta'es. If for no other reoson. Bonn's stand suggests thct the pressure aga the scientists has been internal, too We do not wildly conclude that most Get mans have been horrified by the S] le of their countrymen at work in a country %  d to the destruction of Israel But 'it does :i thut sufficient revulsion has been pressed to worry Dr. Pilz. It was Israel Foreign Minister Golda who in April, 1963. firs' ennounced to the world the activities of I n scientists. On I eve of the secular Ni a, perhaps we n hope for another significant exodus from Egypt beiore April roils around again. Zionist Congress Opens The World Zionist Congress is currently meeting in Israel. In preliminary talks before several Israeli political parties this week. Dr Nahum Goldmann, presiden* of the Congress declared that Israel needs diaspora Jewry as much as the diaspora needs Israel. The observation, although lairly self-evident, has during the past few years taken on a somewhat absurd character in the eyes of many Israelis. We are glad of the average Israel citizen's confidence. But unrealistic conclusions can frequently be dangerous, and Dr. Goldmann performed a noteworthy service in clarifying what seems to be an unnecessarily troubled relationship. Dr. Goldmann could have done it before no more noteworthy forum than the opening of the 26th World Zionist Congress (he week as i see it by LEO MINDLIN • • • N JUST eight short years, wi have come full circle in the Middle East. On Oct 29.1 19.V5. I was a member of panel before a Federation women's meeting at a Miami Heath hotel Also on the panel was Nahum Astar. then I> rael's Consul to the South. ,. Regans erf the t'niteri St at,-, About 1130 am. someone came into the room and wfcii L ^-.... % % %  ... iiiuiii aiHl wnis pered to Mr Aatar He turned pale and was visibly shaken. The newhud broken Israel, Britain and France were launching: a ban pronged attack upon Egypt sad Gamal Abdel Nasser's vaulting am bition to form .. Pan krab union under his leadership. Israel's campaign in ti. Sinai Peninsula made almost immediate historj as an example ol %  brilliant military maneuver; while th, Franco-British action drove loward Port Said in an effort to regain control ol the Suei Canal Two years earlitr. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles coerced th, British to leave whuh virtually put m rnu and srilh the spectre of Alajgfia sin before them, had cverythii n in Joining the action entire war lasted • %  < hundred hoars Both objectives were quick); athievi Dictat Nasser -.>t cowering and be would %  But I east of all Bril p of I I David Et* in the st modi rn hi-1 I'S had long •-,< e di %  I he incon A AN ASJONnMD WISJIKN IV0lD WA1CHH THE ESTEEM WAS %  he maximum r\ the eve of I nbowei and • k An i>' \\ i %  %  • tddn Iua II) I|'I'IM rut ), t tn ic thai r personally a taarti .... V weakened Bnl b> I heir Israel, on t ha othei y life at stake I n usffltrattoa tillages Iron Smai. and the opei • \ s window to Africa, pre virusl) intim positions at Sharra el Sheikh ., in, k promonti ry in I Despite IV, s first and onl) ci even after his sscossd aatctssa looffta Israel did not withdraw until March 1087 when the UJ Secretai of State I) who had begun to see the light avsured tn. i Sheikh and th, Straits at *t\ NAiSHS HQUAHT UHGUAGl T HE WESTERN WORLD IUM ,, understood the lition W< lit.rally took Gams' ht him out ol hiduig sarad his %  %  '"'* • lied him mt,. I Worse tl s-e offer •., the %  awiet raders had been trying I Middle K ast ami m ected to l'S. foreign polli \ V %  •' th* reaction of | li-lsrai MJ| ,,. have and h.l. tent r have b '" %  er Israel's grudg less the S. dnnl T MI$T0r IS BITING 0VK fall N 0 0 N ESHOU LD rebell ^' Uy -.,„,, Ol this Our Stat. Dei r men *"*** M 0m *Ss s 'it;:,';;. rrsL* •***-+ decUred that th. Kr "'"> "" -ho Rusai. 1U be afraid -"""'..,i„ Statements such a. tl J "" itar) equipment |> L" W ua s ''' tofW %  lent ol th. ternblj J o>monstrat. r..n,i, 1M ,, u „„. --".he jrak, ,, t! Sl ,, M our t;.il rusiorj has eons round to



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iday. January I, 1965 -Jewistthrkito* Paqe 3-B • % %  • .*' fy ;v Eliot' Roosevelt, representing the Roosevelt family, pre ne Lieanor Roo ev Hum Award to Anna Brenner Meyers on Saturday night at the Am: B ill, climaxing t! I Israel Bond rreatei %  | : • "tenting the State ot Israel in the prwinta* Ambassador Amiel Najar. Israel's envoy Belgium and presently in the United Stati delegation to the United Na'ions. Israel Bonds Surpasses 1964 Sales Goal At Ambassador's Ball Saturday Night I ii iutanti s. tiiploi tlmr N make the Ambassa their i I included doi • Ball n Saturday i I at I Shj rj \ • Consul !<• tainebleau Hotel a festivi I'.S i • lebi ating the most sue c audi Gen. and Mrs. 1 liott It Mr ai rl Ml Leo nartl Rosei Mi an I li %  linn Meyei 5. Sidi \. i man ol the Patr< Cornmittet and Mi \ • : %  .1.11 k S P< %  %  i Mr? Po| Mr. an I'ank Mi Carl W tin .. loi mal bow |A colorful highlight of the Ambassador s Ball was the qrand Barch ol dignitaries who comprised tie ofiicial entouraqe of .rniel Najar, member of the Israel delegation to the United Na one. Foremost in 'he grand march were Trustees of Israel and Mrs. Sam Blank, and Shimon Yallon. Israel's Consul .general to Southeastern United States, and Madame Yallon Cithers in the Ambassador's official entourage were Mr. and frlrs Carl Weinkle. Leonard Rosen. Rep. and Mrs. Claude Pepf -x. Gen. and Mrs. Eliott Roosevelt. Mr. and Mrs Sidney D ruun. Mr. and Mrs Phil Rosenberg. Mr. and Mrs. lack S •: ick. Mr. and Mrs S.riney Cans. Mr and Mrs Shepard •read and Mr and Mrs lack Can [ul > ear in lh< fuitoi cl thi I -1 .ni Bond ill n • Total 19W talei nnnoui r*d l>\ l-i at I Bond I ha Lei nard Rosen .. .*~ %2 570 HOO *ui pa the $2 5 million g< al I n the j eai Toppinj an impresive list ol : .iItador A in u I Najai and Ma then appeal am i in thi United Slates Ni %  M ihi i thi i S Honored at the ball was Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, who received the Eleanor Roo'>eveltlirael Humanitarian Award Presentation was mjde by Gen. Elliott Roosevelt, selected for this role by members of the Rcosevelt family. Itend Cancer League Slates Meeting v. men I'ancer '. ih ill hold itn eetn • •• R 0 | | Mi Jerome Rad pre: lent .• ,|i the '. i a %  • % %  I and the i Reports will be read b> the annual Luncheon < ommittee i men. and !•> the Boutiq :i an Mrs J<--i>ii Segal Nominating < 'ommittee ; >r M ill appoint its cfa and the Mate o( Executive Officers and mbers of the board tl be scheduled tor the election i II-.. to !>• held in March Pn -!.%  %  | P : b\ par A ivdi Can The 16 ycurg lad.es p-esen'ed in a colorful debutante ceremony ircluded Bonn.e G.iylc Cy pen, Lrslie Gail Pins, Stephanie Aiice Frehrirwi. Sandra Sue Isaacs. Janet Lei'ore Kati, Rosa In.-" Merntt, Linda Iris Pollak, Jarrt Sue Rab.nowiti S i !%( ...(I. I s I (, ... ii i ihulman .. I. • of no.... |uesl I thi dor's Ball on Satui • --cc %  -. D Aru chairmen of the P i Comi Mr Ansin. Lois \Vi >i,. Weston and Lealyi I I \\ .H -h KOSHER FORT lAUDERDAif'S NEWEST API. CORAL LAKE TOWERS MOW RENTING'. M %  I e I LtM< •aeeei 566S5 1131 N.l. 3tti Street 11 LaitderdaU. Ho. Abbey Hospital Director President ol \ andei bill I • A 8th St. p, i the public it the I it.uiv • %  thi II"-: Workmen's Circle In Book Review u %  Cln le Bi • 1064 i i North i s, ill bold ;i business mi l> m .ii W ashii \ litoi 699 NI I %  i. I I vi U tired | %  N Vork u V it I 'ft Mill • tlOl MORRISON SCHIFF "THE GOOD FRANKFURT" •..-. P| %  BILL LAD'WER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 531-6811 r > > "• 65 DOOOE $195 Perfect/I Kstver f 2 PLEASE MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW! SCHOLARSHIP BANQUET C VE.V sr THE RELIGIOUS ZIONISTS MIZRACHI HAPOEl HA'MIZRACHI Sunday, January 17th at the Deauville Hotel Atari your Dricivahirii <>• coll Mr Sol Rovh.n al )i 8 I 15. ill} f. r t-frson FMBEft MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY A SURPRISE IS !N STORE FOR YOU! < 4 < 4 < 4 4 4 4 4 < 4 < 4 4 .4 1451 i BENS RENTALS W FIAGIER FR Projectors Cameras •I R| -'S RtN I STEVENS PICTURES II 9701 N.£. 2nd AV€ PI 8 2080 THE JEWISH HOME TO LOW CALORIE MEALS Solvo that wi9hiy problem wrvt plenty of nutritious, flavorful August Brov *>rtad made from leUet spring vhat flour contains no shortening. PUMPfRNKttll • BOHfMIAN IYI • BAGtLS • VIENNA • EGG TWIST •FRENCH BREAD "EGG ROLLS • HARD ROILI RilQQQQSOn INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AMD PINK OR WHITE SEEDLESS • GRAPEFRUIT Bushel $J95 MAIL ORDERS PROMPtlY FltltD BONMD-l'.SI/RfD GUARANTEED ^ 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 43710 FR 4-8783 FREE ORANGE JUICE WE 'SO fM RITI HIM P AM TO in 'M OAlt FOR THE AGED NEEDS FOR TS THRIFT SHOP All feet rurni'tirrt, Clofhlmj, linnj, Oiiries. Drapet, Etc. PLEASE CALL US FOR PICK UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7300 N.W. 27tfi AVENUE Ph 696-2101 FRENCH COUPLE R-c-ntly arrived, na childrrn VV Sri POSiTION IN PRIVATE HOtVf Live in Wile 34 maid, woitreit. etc.; hutbend AS, bull-r. tteword, teachei, etc. Andre and Vivian Bernard, 611 NW Terrace St., W Holly*oad, Flo. /VW"v^'^ *^^^*Ar*^VWN*^A'*^/ I



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Friday. January 1. 1965 PniU IhtiHtr Paqe 11 -A Eban Asks Reds to Join West in Mid-East Watch Cc tinued fiom Page 1A lives ol \i.ih .< ,... ;..,.; ,„,| make il into .i litli • m I-I.,. proclaimed openl> .. iub .talc-.' 11. at tbj r; j.f ii -.1••> 1 •'{>. %  i %  n .in.i -.ml sra< I would "• ''•" %  nde I in i hire .iin •!)• pas) against all *rar> axgrt %  < | thrc \U laacm •i pi) tn i ii >.-. made Ihi b) repre i o( .v ai and ,i i hi i • "i %  i the elimination "i IIn : ail th vasl It I >> -M'-N'-I| I %• tlii13 meml i state • i ii ncnl • i ul l da w • 'I lu i memtx r thai Ihei h \ e no moi < %  i htHI% %  than my ( Ihci 102 statei I in Ihi ba s of my verj 11 lit i ontac twil li man) mem f the \ ib League, Eban < bei itatei here I kn • t th.it the tl i ^ ti'"v hoped tn li" idate imajorit} "f membei I Ii In the I nited \. it, in desii p Israel's nt) He also charged that tint year, the Aiab states made it clear fiat thev consider the Arab refuqees as a force of hostility anc 1 possib'e aggre-.sion aga nst Israel. He quoted the spokesman (3r Kuwait, vho ado>es


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smamnems*^ Page 16-B Leo Pfeffer to Address AJCongress At Miami Meeting Scheduled for Jan. 9 Loo Pfeffer, noted law yet and author, and special counsel for the American Jewish Congress and chairman of the Department of Political Science ol Long island University, will bo guest speaker at the Everglades Motel on Saturday. Jan. 9. 8 p.m. His topic will be "The Supreme Court and You— 1!)6.V Pfeffer has been national director of the American Jewish Congress Commission on Law and Social Action and is one ol the nation's leading constitutional lawyers. As an active practitioner in civil rights, he has appeared and submitted briefs in State and Federal Courts all over the nation, including the United States Supreme Court. He has presented cases and filed briefs in numerous civil rights cases, including freedom of speech and press, due process of law, freedom of association and rights of citizenship and questions involvir.? segregation. Ho is the author of numerous books including •The Liberties of An American." "This Honorable Court," '"Church. State and Free dom. •Creeds in Competition," and "Church and State in the United States." Rabbi Leon Kronish announces •hat in recognition of his work in civil rights and civil liberties. Pfeffer will receive a special scroll :rom the South Florida Council ol no prmt* American Jewish Congress, Metro politan ( hapter, and the Women's Di\ ision. Bernard S Handler, chairman Of the Commission on Law and So cial Action of the South Florida Council, will also receive an award tor his role in working for civil rights and civil liberties In charge oi reservations is Jos eph I. Yanich, regional director Hosting the meeting will be South Florida Council: Rabbi Bureau Leading Four Contests Four interschool contests are now taking place in the Jewish schools of Creator Miami under the sponsorship of the Bureau of Jewish Education The annual Book Review contest for students in junior high and high school departments will closeon Jan. 10 The winners will receive valuable books as prizes and participate on the Bureau's annual television Jewish Book Month program. Rules for the Bureau's annual Essay-Art contest have now been distributed to all Jewish schools. Subject is a biography of Chaim Weizmann and relationship between Zionism and Israel. The deadline has been set for Feb. 8. Dr. Jacob Weinstein. of Chicano, president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, presents Dr. Manes R %  • %  • < % %  Bay Harbor Island, wi'.h a Scioll of Honorurv Lite Membership in the Central Conference of American Rabbis "in i nition oj fifty years of valuable service rendered f J,i America, and the cause ci aood will br: Jews." Occasion was the 50th anniversary of Rabbi Rnn c on's ordination. Presentation wos a' Temple Peth Sholorn at a meet ina f Reform Rabbis of Sout'.ieas" Florida. Rabbi Leer. nLh, of Beth Sholcm. presided. ft Jen ist ncridktr Frida Y. Ian U--; Leon Kronish. Rabbi Jcn'hE C.plan. Rabbi Max D. UpKMt; j.ck D. Gordon. M.S. Dav.d Muskat, Mrs. Benjamin K.men. Joseph Nevel. Mrs. Harvey E^ Kramer and Mesd-mes: Harolcj.ffer, H:nry Kamei. Anna Brenner Meyers, Leo^srd S.derS | Y Mildred A.nenstein, Yvette Abramsorv Ruth Albuquerque and Sylvia Silvers. Metiopol lan< lor. Ilenrj Ka nun. Benjamin Kamei Mr* chc N't" Nevel, R berl Hamburg Mr* Max S Joff. Mrs Johanna Koll Women's Divisi n BISI aynet'hap Sandy Reese. S Brown. Helen Dudoll. Esther Hollander, Ida Weintraub, Kuth levmson. 1.Mine Zuckerman. Jean,,-,. Goldstein. Irene I'crlyn. ROM nrrek Mynne Levin, Judy Prank, Kuril Bruce and Esther Rudniek lust me Chapter—Mesdarnea Bar i,,,., Jonas, Ethel Wolk, Gerti ,',.,., Mollie Rudt. Dorothj Cahn, Druker, Edna Meiselman, p.. in Simon, Etta Weatin ami imini rschlag i v isc napter Meadamea • ohen, Sai a Cohen, Anna ... Prances Herder, Pearl Pomerantz. Anne White. Irene Kaplan Isabelle Slavitl Ruth Uaiim Rose Roth, Anne Tanenn I illian Townaend, Sadye Rmer. uilian fcj Per. Eva Blum f will. Na Rose Duhin Miai ; i lian i: Gold. Ro „' < Ro nst. Kiel : Winei i! witi B Ellen fire. Sten H • tenstein Jf Beckei \ dames Fi 1 ben %  \ Volur The contest is co-sponsored by the Zionist Or-ianixation of Greater Miami and Hollywood. TinBureauannual Vocabulan "Bee" is now being scheduled lot the month ol January and February. Special lists ol matidaUnv Hebrew words for grades l through '.i an being sent to all the schools Winners in all schools will appear at a special Hebrew d< monstra turn in February The National Bibb' Contest ibeing sponsored for the southern area by the Bureau Miami schools will participate in the general com prehension section of the contest involving the Books ol Genesis Judges and Micah. The district written test will be held (in Mar. 7 Before You Rent Compart When they tell you the apartments are luxurious COMPARE t King-size apartmi • val air conditionI and heating -ate terraces •!' ilk-in odern ki'chens and When they tell you the location is wonderful COMPARE! Just off Biscaync BouWard right on Biscayne Bay only 3 minutes fro" %  imi Beach. Ten -"inutcs lakes you • % %  est to the A.rport, south to downtown or Key BiS< lj and north to 79th Street. .'. • re r.ght below the 36:li St expressway v. hich • ts .-. th all other expressways and the Sunshine State Parkway. 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Page 4-B +Mnlst ftorkHari Friday. January 1, 1955 <^/n the r^calnt of <^ociet\f Bovwins to Live In New Jersey After Beach Rites After a noon ceremony on Sunda) Dec JT. at the Algiers Hotel. I le former Janice Bernice Snyder id Bruce Stuart Botwin are on ;. honeymoon in Ocho Rios, Ja%  aica. after which they will re t m 1 > motor tn New Jersey The bride 1the daughter ot Mr ; id Mrs Samuel Snyder. 4500 NW Bth rer Miami. The groom is -1 11 ol Mr and Mrs Samuel Botwin, 6881 Bay I)r Miami I each Rabbi Max Lipschitz offi< ated at the wedding Maid nf honor was Elizabeth Lerni • Miami Rita Feld and Sharon Schatz. Miami, and Gail I ishbein. West Orange, N -I were • 1 Howard Lincoln. Lake His atha. N J Ushers 1 Garj Bam, No. Miami 51 nbi rg, Fl LauD Harper. In N .1 and Harold Snyder, ride r her w edding the ni w Mrs '. ; n fashioni alencon lace The .. <* styled along princess 5, with hand sleeves and a >p neck The very [till -kirt was floor-length and had / '^fr w MRS. BRUCl BOTWIN lace applique in a scatter pattern The b^ack detail consisted Of a hustle bow with streamers hanging from the waist over an aislewide chapel train. The lace and pearl coronet were held in place bj the multitiered silk illusion veil. The bride carried a bouquet ol lily-of-the-\ alley and orchid> 00 a Bible. The bride graduated this month from the University of Florida School of Nursing with a BS degree, where -he was a member of (he Honor Court and on the Dean's List. She will be employed by the St. Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, N. J. The groom haa BS degree from the Pennsylvania state Universitj College of Business Administra lion, where he belonged to Phi Lpsilon Pi Fraternity. Blue Key Pat mi Sous Hon S ieties member of the Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce an I entlj employed b> .1 Ne\ York 1 !' \ :irni 1 eel the wed at the Algiers Tlu coi e will live al Short HillGai len Apt. Old short Hills R I Wi st Orange S .' ^^ o c 1 a Iit • • • L\j *^tsabcl C^ Continued from Page 1-B Wutcber, Mr and Mrs Marvin Mack. Mr and Mrs. Joe Ostri. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Edelman, and Mr. Leo Baum. who is also associated with Henry in Continental Jewelers Two out-of-town cousin-. Mr and Mrs. Fine, and Mr. and Mrs. Weinstein, came down from Palm Beach especially lor the tccasion. Arthur Rosichan, executive director ot the Greater Miami Jew. ish Federation, and his Claire playing host to their son and laughter-in-law, Richard and El en, who'll remain through the Vear Then. It's ofl to Atlanta. Ga for the couple. A here Dick will be going for a M ster degree in English literature at Emory University, while Ellen teaches scl N ted philanthropist and Wall • magnate. .' iseph Schlang. his wife tl e Ivliat the Sterling Hotel the sourci fit behind thi Ji dation tha and Sheldon Gelli Miami Beach, hosted a rthday party dinner at the ni1 Bill Jordan Restaurant and Bar oi Music for thi '! Ill-lit \ %  %  re si st ei 'her Mrs bin Ackner, aunt Resa Bi : Rubin, vacationing henfrom the Georgia Militarj Academv and Steven Gardner. Dr and MrBernard Baer back from their European tour. celebrated their return to Miami Beach with a dinner party at the new Chandler's Restaurant in Surfside [>r anil MrRobert JaCObson oi Miami Beach, hosted a mid1 ighl snack part) at Wolfie Cohen's Rascal House for then daughter Barbara and girl friends home from the L'niversitj ol Michigan for the holidays Holiday season visitors down from Harrison, N V are the Abe Corwins, parentof Elaine FeinI ei Thej 're staying at the Diplomat, but Elaine and spouse Joe are playing host at their Dade home to niece and nephew .Patty and Jimmy Corw in They'll all junket V( ti Lucaya during the holiday!: J01 1 uban TiU 1 r| con -' Peggj and Mai Menu.:; ol (amp Universe, had a dinner lasl Saturday night li ol their friends The) gathered in thenBay Hi il mural of e Mermell family was the first Ihing the) saw as the) •• %  in The family porwin in honor rove of the new home the) are planning to build in Sunrise Harbour Richard Zipp, in ol Edith and Monroe Zipp, is home on leave from the Army Richard is stationed at Fort Belvior, Va.. where he is studying map compiling He will be in town until after the New Year The family. Including grandparentAnn and Henry Shier, and aunt and uncle JoAnn anil Altred Long, with their three children all joined 111 a belated Chanuka party last Sunday afternoon Since Richard could not be home for the Chanuka festivities, the party was held up until he arrived i i For Very Special Occasions... JDmomat 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 .,. e n M. ?£f, room T ie lik e the Calcutta Room in this area! Unlimited free parking. For reservation*, cull 945-9571 Hi Miami or YVA *8111 ,„ Hollywood HOLLYWOOD-BY-THE-SEA %  ; \v. • %  l x MRS. ROBfffT fCINSTOCK T Series Will Resume Tuesday •What's Wrong With Our Chil 1 en Values and What Can We Do About It w ill be the -c. ::i a series of monthly discussions planned f r motherto he hel I Tuesday, 10 a.m., at the Miami Beach YMHA. 1536 Ba) Rd Mrs. Saul Miller and MrNicolas stern, co-chairmen for the discussion -cries, announced that Dr Samuel Feldman, chief clinical psychologist of the Juvenile Court, will be guest speaker. The YM and YWHA of Greater Miami is a beneficiarv agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the I'nited Fund Miss Kaplan Now Mrs. Feinstock Mi-LTlyn Jayne Kaplan became the bride ot Robert Jiw Feinstock in a double ring tandk light ceremony Saturdav Dee 88, at the Doral Beach Hotel Mrs Feinstock 1the daughter of Dr and Mrs. Saul II | :>724 Pine tree Dr The bridi 1the son of Dr. and MrPhilin F Feinstock, of Gloversvilli \\y Dr. Irving Lehrman official the ceremony. A reception ,, n dinner followed. Given in marriage hv he: the bride wore a -heath white peau satin trimmed m chnnliily lace at the neck 11 the long tapered sleeveaided border of lace on the skirt The removable full fai n sin, also bordered with 1 iace, fell into 1 chapel tram \ bouffant triple-tier of Frei n fell from a crown ol Is She % %  01 e a diam dant in a marquire setting %  • ilt from her and carried white orchids confirmation Bible Matron ol honor was the sister, Mrs Ronald \\ Miss Daylc Sherman was I e n-tix k -• : best man Pa k. another brother of tl her Flower n and rue. 1 eai Wollin, both cousins bride The new MrFeinstock graduate oi Miami Bead School and attended the I sit) if Miami Ml Feinstock received hielor oi Science degree in c 1 iiv from the University of M served as lieutenant in the Coast Guard, and is present sociated with Commercial Si vents Corp. Washington, D 1 The newlyweda are plam. extended tour ot Europe and live in Beltsville, Md. N.Y. Club Here Sets Installation New York Club of Florida will hold an installation -upper dance "ii Jan 1: at the Unified Ha 2300 NE 171st St in charge ol res crvations is Ben Abraham The club heard Harold Hyams, lenl in reelings al itDe%  n eeting 11 Iman Jaj Ri irdoi • ted Chai les Zellers, p • sident ol the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 1 le Ci tint). vith a check for iomi SI tn pi icei Is ol 1 recent and dance Attending the ceremonies were Dannj Sales and I Poll K k. ol the JWV co sp ns • Enti • ent was by I Sail: Hunold muLMM #m MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD TWy art unf quilled la their professloa. I They art thi olUdo's catering staff. The* will auks a success of any party .. .• 1 weodin*... a Bar Mitrvah* .. a business -al. meeting or a social luncheon. They wll ? tarn from 20 to 1000 diners with Una food expertly prepared In the dILIdo's newly iecouted Cotillion Koom. They'll arrange for whatever space you require. Cal Mr. Telchner at JEtferson 84811 for tha hast function you'va evw has! A 1 %  Family f ntarsrlSS ocusFRoai comas AVENUE AND UNCOIN MAD nut the smartest three words you can say about a function: It's at D0I$L r -. on the ocean at miami beach A new standard of elegance on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and executed weddings, luncheons, business meetings ... ranging from 10 to 1000. or in a miami country club setting Spaciousness is the keynote of your affslr amidst the plushnesa of tha Doral Country Club. Weddings, confirmations, banquets are enhanced by tha country club atmosphere of this resort estate. F r complete detail*, please call Mr. David Kovac, Director of Food and Beieraf Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club JE 2-3600



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riday. January 1. 1965 +Jtm>lsti Ihrldlmr Paqe 5-E • itSflUrn %  JB5\ Writ., r Kal i MRS. WHS BAGDAN |.. f illncr, Ever Betrothal Told Mrs, Naomi Willner, of Muni teach announces the engagement t>l her daughter, Trudy Claire, to tabbi Isaac Hirsch Ever. Miss Willner is a graduate <>( Uplia Business College in New fork City, and was employed as fce< rotary of the Jewish National Pund. She is currently a secretary for the Bureau ol Jewish Kduration hero l>r. Ever is spiritual leadei <>l Lgudath Israel Hebrew ln~iiii.ii'. le is the author of a numboi ol woks, and has written many aili tics, essays and shorl >t>>i ii .>i American Jewish life. He has Ihe I'nrirn ol I ffrraturc I. gree lr mi lurton College in Colorado His bi phj is include in :h< hl< %  %  : as h< li ..' n Jews—1 ves anil Ai Who* •id in i' • i i I I • | Bagdans to Live In Coconut Grove After Rites Here Teresa T**H'II'I.HII.*II.I Jules I. Ian exchanged wedding vows ,:i the F i tainebleau Hi %  i or Sun.lay. Dec. 27, v,nh Rabbi Leon Kronish Ificialing The bride is the daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tanenbaum, ol II ion, Tex i he groom is the son of Mr. an I Mrs Nathan Bag dan, of the Bronx, NY. Maid of honor was Miss Isabel ranenbaum. Bridesmaids included Shelley Sharpe, Dorothy Ann Knoplce, Jan Ellen Siegler and Margaret Stolti. Burton Weit2 was best man. and ushers included Jeffrey Krugman, William Kckorsloin. Joel Harris. Henry Marzullo, and Richard Tanenbaum. For her wedding, the bride chose a reembroidered chantilly lace gown featuring long sleeves and' i cc crown with an illusion veil, i he earned a prayer hook with %  into orchids and lily-of-the-valley. Newly-wed Mrs. Bagan attended )ouglass College of Rutgers University and is a junior at the Uniersity ol Miami The groom is a graduate of the I City College ot Now York and a member Of Starr Boat Club. He s a (PA in Miami Following the ceremony at the Fontainebleau, the couple left for i honeymoon In Nassau, on their return, they will live at 2721 So. Bayshore Dr., Coconut Grove. Weiner, Mervish Exchange Vows MISS TXUDY WIUNcR c bntaine MOT• M'/" BtACH, iO"iDA C." MR. LESTER PAIEY BANQUET MANAGER I son 8-6811 ON TM OCKAN AT <44h •TRBBT • MIAMI % %  ACM, *UA. Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti offi elated at the wedding of EStner Lynne Mervish, TIJ. Rue Notre Dame, Miami Beach, and Joel Myron Weiner. 7020 East Dr Mi ami Beach, .it Temple Menorah on Thursday, Dee 24. at 6:30 p tn., with Rabbi Mayer Abram ficiating. The bride Ithe daughter ol Ml Henry Mervish and the late Ann.. Mervish, 173 NW 70th St., Miami The groom's parents are Mr and Mrs. Paul (iioia. :,L'!ll Alton ltd Mrs Rosalie Bergei acted is matron of honor for her sister. Mr Ciioia was best man for hison. The bride chose a champagne peau de soie dress with matching jacket and white illusion bodice trimmed and sprinkled with crystal beads. Newlywed Mrs. Weiner is a gra .!, mi Beach High Scho i attended Da le Junior bhe is currently .. leg; I si i %  tarj on VI iami Beach, a >vell —* ol the South I /.,. :u-i Yi t!i i ommission Thi %  %  .->mi II. h Scho led t 1 I ?ii\ I', itj ol Florida He -> \ %  ,\ itli the I S. Na\ j lor four j ea lie is present!) a catering ; .II Miami. A wedding reception fo lo the ceremony at the home 'I the groom's parents lor some 150 friends and relatives, including M Marsha Rose, ol Philai i friend of the brid will be at home Harbor Island. MiMRS. JOU WHNtR Wynne, Katz Vows Exchanged Margot Esther Katz became Mrs David Melvin Wynne in 1:30 p.m -orvices on Sunday. Dee. 27. at Beth Torah Congregation. Dr. Max Lipschitz officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Katz. 1150 NE 177th Tor.. No. Miami Beach, formerly of Atlanta. The groom, of Blakoly. Ga., is the son of Mr and Mrs Barney Wynne. Blakel) Maid ol honor for her now si:, torin law was Miss Fa ye Wynne. Mr. Wynne acted as best man for his son. For the informal wedding, lh bride chose a white sculptured bro cade gown Newlywed Mrs Wynne gradu aied tins month from the L'nivci itj ol Reor ia she is a member of Delta r Ep Ion Sororit>. and au ill be al t 1382 .. I Vi. I i NE, i la. Ga %  iififl ^ |j-*V V H flf ^•1 phia, lifetime The couple 7920 Easl Dr ami Beach. Arline Abrams, Navy Man Wed In a double ring candlelight ceremony on Thursday. Dee. 21. at the Deauville Hotel. Miss Arline Both Abrams became the bride Of Robert Edward Green Dr Max Lipschitz officiated The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Al Abrams. 5000 Lake view Dr. The groom is the son of Mrs Lib by Green, of Miami Beach, and the late Leon Green. For her wedding, the bride se lei ted a white bridal satin gown v.ith scooped neckline, fitted bod ice. long tapered sleeves to a wrist point, and slim line sheath skirl sprinkled with pearls, featuring an ittachable train extended from the waist. Her headpiece was a crown if orange blossom and chantilly lace Newlywed Mrs Green is a graduate Ol Miami Beach High School She is attending Miami Dado Junior College Mr. Green i a graduate ol Mi ami Beach High School, attended Sullivan Prep School in Washing on, D. C, and is at present in the l S Navy Nuclear Power School M lid of honor .,Miss Ellen 51 piro Bridesm .ids ,,t (he cere\ .. ere tin M i ses l lope B \\ ncy Kin %  formal dii Deauville I A1RS. ROBIRT GRl : S %  n : th I tl %  • i % %  in • Kisr.\v.\i<: 340 Biscayn %  I iv ird TERRACE • ;li. Flo %  • HtAVtN ICItJ YCl"! ff ••:. %  ,: £S" AT T.ii 8E£U T IFLil NEWIY DKORATED rVStlllJI.KT .lALLii.OOU • • if LUNCH V\I I'A'fi' Ell B Xti Strictly Ko>hcr facilities Avpi'able t'udcr Supervision o? RABBI TiEOR H. STE?N CALL ... Miss CHIRLEY, FR 9-3792 Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion ^t> You'll find complete ^ facilities to exactly satisfy fr your needs in the Kismet, ^ Aladdin, Scheheraiade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a ^ wedding or a private party I MRS. DAVID WVVNf Hemophilia Auxiliary Meet Regular monthly meeting of the Miami Beach Chapter Of the Hem c phiha Auxiliary will be held on Thursday, Jan. 7. at the Bel Aire Hotel. Luncheon will be served c imos will follow the regular agenda, in charge ol reservations iMrs Delia Delancy. president at tn< 3//* (/*'$' crs for Inlormallom HAZEL ALLISON Catering Director, JE 1-6061 26th St. Collins *v.



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January 1, 1965 • JenisffhridfUr Paqe 13-B £ ?ers Plan its Here lldtlion Club of Pioneer %  will meet on Jan. 7. 1 p.m.. khingtnn Federal Savings Hun Association, 1133 Nor> r. %  "annic Gibson, acting piesvill conduct the meeting Tannie Levine will discuss events, and Mrs. Molly ibMtti will ni-l;.ll the new embfi Actini; liostess fur the |g is Mrs. F. M Tobm. er Women Club 2, Mrs Ida president, is honoring Mrs. Nathan Bookspan on id anniversary on Sunday. G p.m.. at the Royal HunRestaurant, %  nan for the evening is (braham Shedroff, who will b Mrs Frances Packer Joseph Hurwitz, entertainers or the L • "ii .'. :li l"' elhrerc \\ Mis ill> Barr. with Inn ,iguest speaker regular meeting of Goida lub will be on Wednesday, al the Park Lane Cafeteria, iw 22nd st Following the as meeting, conducted by rs. Yi riant Halperin, president. S party w ill be held with Mrs. am Seltzer, recording sec acting chairman, and Mrs 1 Binder, co-chairman All oeeedare earmarked for Child Fund in Israel VOGU JONES p Gan Israel Registering the Summer kip Gan Israel of Florida an -s thai registration for the •amping season has begun. Can Israel is the only kosh\V camp in Southeastern ;nH- lie-. Hinal ofiice "I the lerkol In>i'in-i t'hinuch. Camp (Jan Israel has engaged isffiuu'nt two local educators > Biirn ise and run the camp. | Stanley B Weiss will be director, and irvin Mont r\ iv athleticdirector ibi Weiss, ordained by the Yeshiva in New York is ion director of Beth Israel gation and a member ol Ht'lui u Acadeim faculty He ier director ol (amp Akiva il k<"i College and University <>i irnia, iform< i head coa< h i i basketball and trai k Is lie is ihe coach of the City %  ami Beach teen-age softball ipions Montgomery i> also tie director of the Hebrew Ie m \ Full Interest At United National; 2 New Officers The establishment of "full interest savings accounts" featuring daily interest at a 4 percent rate has been voted by the Board of Directors of the United National Ban'; Major featureof the plan include: I. Interest from day of deposit to day of withdrawal: 2. Interest compounded quarterly and credited to customers' accounts on the first day ol Man h, June, September and Decembt r; :i Monies de posited by the 10th of the month will earn interest from the firsl ol the month. All savings accounts at United National Bank will automatically participate in this new plan which the board voted to make effective from Dec. 1, 1964 Interest on customer'.savings deposits will be earned every day their money is on deposit regardless of when it is deposited or withdrawn unless the account is closed out before the date on which interest is paid United National is the first bank in downtown .Miami to increase the Interest rate on savings deposits following tin 1 Federal Reserve Board's relaxation Of restrictions controlling rates which may be paid on savings accounts. Two officers have been named to the Board of Director.ol Mi-1 ami Beach Firsl National Bank.I that city oldest and largest bank in; institution. The) are Walter (' %  Vogel, senior vice president, and Donald R. Jones, cue president. Vogel brings a total Of 4S years ol hanking experience to the Board ol Directors, :I2 years ol which have been spent in association with Board Chairman Joseph S. Moss, both here and in New York at the IrvinS Trust Company. Jones, a Syracuse University graduate, haspent the last 21 years in the banking business, having come to Miami Beach First .National five yeara40 from the klin Nati nal Bank > t Long Island Brodie to Head Hollywood Units Ben "alter, president of the Jewish Welfare Federation of Hollywood, and Milton Forma n, president of Jewish Family service ol Broward County, announce the appointment ol Myron J. BrodtP as executive director of their respective agencies. Brodie conies to Hollywood from Kansas City. Mo., where he served ns as.-istant director of the Jewish Federation and Council, and where he was also executive director of the Beth Sholom Synagogue, a Jewish congregation of some 1.500 families. Immediately prior to his service in Kansas City. Brodie assisted the congregation in completing a 12,900,000 building campaign, which was culminated by a victory dinner on the eve ol his departure Brodie is a graduate of Western Maryland College, where he 111:1 jored in sociology. He is also a graduate of the Boston University School of Social Work. His experience has been with the Lynn, Mass., Jewish Community Center, family counseling with the Family Service Agency of Greater Boston, State Mental Hospital in Waltham, Mass., and treatment with emotionally disturbed children at the Judge Baker Guidance Center in Bos ton. while m military service, Brodie was chief social work officer supervising a staff of seven case MRON BRODIt workers in a psychiatry neurology clinic. In KansaCity, Brodie was also involved in the annual Fe leration %  ampaign, Including budgeting, financing, and social planning Brodie and his wife, Charlotte, have two children. Steven 8, and Debbie I Chicago Club Party Chicago Cluh will hold a dinner 'v Saturday. 7 p 111 in the 1 asanova Room ol the Deauville Hotel. Howard A Mesh, in charge ot arrangements, said some 250 persons are expected to be present. Mizrachi Women To Hear Report Annual pro-conference general meeting ol all Dade County chap lets of Mizrachi Women will be held at the Hebrew Academy on Tuesdaj at I p.m. Harold Feil who studied in Mizrachi Women'si ho is m Israel, v. ill be presented Serving on the Arrangements Committee are Mrs Julius Rosenstein, Mrs. Sylvia Meyers, Mrs. Max Newberger, Mrs. Jonah CapIan and Mrs. Theodore Sakowitz. Plans for th.Florida conference to be held later in January will be. finalized Blackstone Hotel Is Going Kosher Blackstone Retirement Hotel in Miami Beach 1'joinkosher Announcement of the change was made by Michael Sossin, owner and operator of the Blackstone He said thai a maschgiach will b, on the premises ol the hotel. 800 Washington Ave Rabl ; Joseph E Rackovsky, spiritual leader ol Beth Tfilah Con on. 11 direct dietary lawI the hotel Along with the -witch to koshet provisions, the Blackstone has UP dergi %  • a S100 000 remodeling job Lobbies, dining areaand privati roomhave been redecorated with new furnishings according to Sos sin Qood cJWugfc IS -:-. E I'N 1 trial Security ffice Opens North Dade h 11 i' %  Social Security ol t ed in a 1 lion NVt 1st and 71ii Ave on Monday, I a ribbon 1 titling cere[ n C I a u d e Pepper, i istrumental in getting |ce moved to the more cenbrth county location, will rth county location, spoke and cut the ribbon itlv. the office is at 234 St but with the growth prthern part ol the county. Isite will make it more con%  to a larger majority. P, Blonston is Social I "Hue manager. The new Ovidea a more centralized for the convenience of fn 400.000 persons in the part of Peppers Third tonal District. A total of arsons, receiving more lillion in Social Security Mtnthly, will be servii ed new North Dade office Helmle Joins United National David F Helmle, formerly with the Riverside Trust C< ol Hart[01 I. C01 1 1. 1 i the .-tail ol t he United National B a 11 k ..vice president. Helmle. a n a t i v e 01 New Y 0 1 k, recei\ ed h 1 s Bachelor's e !i"in the j Unit ers it y ol Chh go in and is a graduate Ol the William's HElMlf ('"lie :' School of Banking in Massachusetts. He Ia former president <>i the Hartford Chapter Of the American Institute of Bankers powerfully influential on Cohen Synagogue Ladies to Meet Sisterhood Of the Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue will hold its regular monthly meeting in the Synagogue social Hall, 1932 Wash ington Ave., on Tuesday, 12:30 p.m Refreshments will be served. Rabbi Tibor II Stein will speak. His topu will be "Women of the Bible SOUTH FLORIDA'S flood JAusfe STATIONS AM-1080 KC NOW 10,000 WATTS FM 105.1 MC • 160.000 WATTS



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jy, January 1. 1965 +Jewl§tt FkrlJian Paqe 15-B LEGAL N0TIC1 -THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND TOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. t2626C %  .1 iHKHT \ M VK rUl'SSI-.U.. IriCEOP INTENTION TO MAKE L CATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FIN'L DISCHARGE i I'll']' in re l.\ given lhal I h • ,11) I: II %  -' ami IV.it fill i I ion .in I I i"-ii l %  hai -•• w* ..i in. li\ MAK Till ssr.i.. dec. i• ,n !i.. I .'ill da) • %  !' January W ||| %  „.,. %  |.| 111 II. .11 I'll. I. • ..• I -.I'll Count)', l"l'". i | li Hid filial R*|MII I : n mil rlnal ill*_, .,.VdminlMratr of the • a,.f |hf ."'\ • -ii.nil'I il'i-i % %  !• MI IVci nil-.v. '.:••!. A I \Y CRISTOI. „„ .\'"i i'1 1 % %  •• '-"i" % %  Kolu I lit M ii T uaai II. del •••-• 'I i ., ib, U %  llli in HI •ilrJ i .i p.i.ir County, Florida. l-.\-KI' SAI.KS. INC. .i Kin I'm i'.. Sole %  t in i" IN \ KPSTKIN %  in v fur Applicant l.iii. oln Road 13 ll-K-JS. l I NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW iTICK is HKRKHY OIVEN lhal -itii. i. .!• "iritis i" engagi In unil. 11 • B name ol l|.^ Sl'K'S COIN I.MM'KV al \\\ 7iii \\. i.... \i uml, Klorida -al llli Ihe f I %  ..-! %  I 1 i i'\ f c ST' NI: .\I-I, i %  "Morris gets real enthused now that we've discovered this new 'No-Cal' wine for Kiddush!" LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HKRKriY tilVBN lhal Hi. • nOi Miami, Kloi Id • Inll in IIn reKialei -.i' 1 I ani. i |. i „ of thi %  '..in ,.i 11 i.i, i '..urn \ Kloi IIH \I:W KRKNCH HKNZol, I-I.I: wi'Ks .\ i. \rv:ii:^ i.v V I %  A %  \ t'-i ii%  i ..I K\ ni mil A I VHaml. I li I I -• IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 55547-B IN UK Rdlill.' i.f I., HIS A s MMIKI.S. I ...... — i | NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPL.CATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NoTICK ili. i. I.. ulven lhal I hnve riled Final lt.-p.-t I Petition r<* Distribution and Klnal Dlscharw Kxeoutrix ..f the ratal* of I i. A. Samuels, deceased and thai -_ %  % %  I ilaj Caai. 1*44. Do,-„ rio I;I,I:I ruir MOTORS SAI.I'.S AN. Honorable Count > .In.I-;.id KRRVIfK al 2121 N.W. Till Avi M %  i ...,-i. ..i .. i .._:..., .....i ....... I .„.!. t'unnty, I lor Ida, for approval nl ami. intends i< register Bald nnm -.ml Final i:i|.."i and for diatrlhutlnn n -itli u,. I'I.I'. of the Circuit Cots l i.i.I. i '..iini\ Plorlda MnliKIS KI.ASS 12 M-18-2., linal dlnrharKi an Kxecutrls ih,. Htat. of ill.ii...\. -named >l.-. %  .i. in Tin.' tin day of i'. ii in'1961. ROXAI.lNn \V SA.MII'.I.S Kxeruti Ix of Ihe K.-iai. ..f l^.niA Hainuele, I •• ream -I M:I HI IH iNI-i:i.li. Am .ni.i ..:-. RIH< a> ne Rulldlnn M laini, I .a Ida I LEGAL NOTICE I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER F.CTIT O'JS NAVE LAW 11K |( I | t; IV K.N | %  I.IUIAN S.I KS ill I N A I ,.f i ..,.i. I I i W SAI.ICS I'l IRI' -' %  %  I %  \ \i;n I KAI.I I I' NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW .i LI: is HKRKIIY OIVKN l! il Kian.-d. dealrl In i >-• "i HI. 1.1the fletltlnuB name ..f IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 654C3-A IN RK i -' %  lAKul. S II VMHI'Ri;, NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.i v; i'i. % %  %  i i > I" > .I. VIIII .ir< • ill nun .. • h I'lll-.ll S Haili il-_ ilei .... %  %  I "ail NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \. (TICK IS IIKRKItY • il\ UN lhal ...... i. iriiis to • n, %  lettinl i\T .\\ :rsii i: I:.\RI:KI: HI H 1 il .' i '.I S.M %  V inn .! name n.tll the 'li 'ounty, I %  I\-..n \l. VI'I'IF.II i %  11 ,AN K < ill I :i "XK Ml..ni. l' '.. I l|||Hilll I '!...• Miami I I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCU'T OF |i i.N \i. y \.'K \.;i: STORK i >V >% %  Um ••' ildi-d ntiy.ii • ill.i Mill |l %  %  • I. 111..I I -.,-. • Mliiml, Iluridii. I li ...... \ i %  • I %  I VVK.N \ i "\. %  ill : \ \-y -• |inlil %  if ih. n. -i ,ia' uf Januni y, "• I:I;I iRi:K .1 T M.I VN< 'll > • %  nel I..I I :\. 'in i\ I \ Ml ItKACH ii Til Mil Sir. .1. ml lleai li. Kloi Ida Intends to i II ii. i nani Ith Ihi • 'lei k of the u:i L'ouri • %  : l'aii. County. KlorMAN N HIRNRR Hole i 'wii.i JURY STKIKKKRO, Bsq 1 ley 12 11-18 '. %  '.. 1 1 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE |EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. MC 13284 .'i: %  VII.TKI \. Il'laim fl \ -. y i It IIISKPII '' MI.TKI'N". i ml NOTICE BY PUBLICATION • i I:I.\I I:I: ji ISKPH C MI.TI IN I.I.I-.I i..\i Villa, I ...n. Ifornla. ai the nmplalnt for inxl you, ulili Hi-' ... • nui • ind BI v -upon llermui I 1 ihi n, I**MI II lldlnit. N : %  lanital In entered HI .. IIHI |I\TKH I .. ... i: i: I.I:A I'IIKRM \N I v '. \ I IN THE I "IT COURT OF THE I VCIAL fiRn i T. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No 64C '." %  nV S I I IKAS VS TRI Miami I-. %  li. Horlda IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 13154 (Judge Wu;heart| KMKRITA KKI.IPI:. I'lalntlff, ANTONIO MARIA KKI.IIK. I li %  ii,l..i'.; NOTICE BV PUBLICATION TO \XT< >NIi MARIA 1-KI.II'i: SIS laifa.M It. Avi an. Apt No. :'• Itionx, Ne Y-.rk VOI' ARK IIKIIBIIY n..ii'i..l lhal i i I'omplalnl f..i Dlvorci baa I f'l"i agalnm ou, and you ire herehj ,| ... >. ix. ... ....> nl • • II ..ii-". i .. iii. I'oiiiplainl .-n ih. I'lalntlff atti.ru.>, l.i:siii: ROCKRK, uhom. N \\ I ill. Strei i. Mii .. Ida and fill lhi ulniil -.f ||„ \. %  %  in i %  f tl fieri ..f ih. Klevetith .1 nil al %  'Iri i ..II ... %  M ml w ill I \ i I:I IIH. K. H. I .K .4 tl A N INI' ,N 1-ltCOUNTi JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOn DADE COUNTY. FLORID* IN iJROBATL No 61047-C IN m: i: • .IKNKINS K N FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. MC 13774 \\. .. iliRl .\\ i: > U..M< IN, %  U ll.l.li: I.•' :• • VI.Mi IN. i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I I'n \\ ll.l.li: la 'I'M' SALMI IN ".'.'I', S. 101 ll A\ N :. Mount Vi i ii1 ". Xe V.. i k yor ARK lll'RKIIY n-.tified that I %  '••miilaliil (.-1 l livnrn ha. i lll< •• I aaainal you, and ywi are herehj i*e' quired to reo'i %  ropj -' your anewer ... ill. Complaint --ii i'iI'l.iii.i i'l"Bt. to ii v. A K I III 1! VV. K Mll.KK, I whom addi'exi" i '•'.'' N W. Mill Street, I Miami, Klorlda. and fill the nrlslnal 1 ..I iii.Anvvpar In thi ufflee ..f ill.jii. rk ..f Hi. Kiev.mli .ludic-lal Ciivuil I In and f..r Dado t'ounty, Plorida, on I or before Hi. joth da> ..i January*. ',....;:.. in .1fault of whleh th< ComI plaint will bo lak< n an mif. -%  .1 1" i you. DATED Hi's l • • 11 daj of I >• %  .ml., r, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTH'K IS HKRKIIV tll\ IN I hill %  I mli -i1 • .1 .i. -i' in. to % % %  ) %  -• In i.,i-in. %  under ill. nan --i \|i 'I iKI S ,\ AKTI.I'S i:\l.l. al • %  • N i: 7'.h street, Miami Inti di. %  -.I--! -..I.I .ii. I" i "li i. %  ii .. Uml I. \ I'.KI.I.i: STCIHOS IN'' ., I I •\ I %  I. K\VI i: ... %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6S3I.6 i.i Mi iRRIS \ I I %  NOTiCE TO CREDITORS To \ t Said I. nl. ymi mi %  %  i.. .... I ill d> .v In. li Soil 11>.. > lia%  I an I"-' Mi .KitIS AIM.Kit ill ,i • ; i ..I.i '....ni y, i%  Ida i".mini ilften of i '-ni. i 'ounty. lid li tile -..in.in dllplleat. nnd a• 1 n .-,. -1..H 7.::; Hi, Klorida .atut. -. in In i iffiei i" in tin I %  in i i .. i i;.. ,-. in I lade Count) I Ida, "iilim -i\ .al.ii.lai111..111I1from ih. mi,. ..r the first pulilloation herellli -..in. ill lie b II i %  • 'I I in till al Miami. Klorldu, thi." lltli da) .-I I > • mlii i. A.I'. 19M. LAW KI:.NI 1-: AIH.KI'. AKxecutor \ ..II. \ IS, S.lv • tl Sli. 1IN i for Kxecutor ti"T Alnxle) Ulily .Miami. l-"la. NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW Nui H'K IS HKRKHY OIVKN Ihi t iii. iinderaiKni-d, dealrlnii i.-.n'-..t. buaineaM under ihe rlctltlnun nanu •' i< %  t;i:'i"-1: %  •%  —*i: INTERIORS at l l--,j > %  Miami jteach Intend t.. r. i. r -ai.l IIIIIIK Ith Ihe Clerll o\ 111. l ul I i-adi ''.. int) I Ida IIKI.KNK K' iRKTZKY l-.i.AN'.'lli: l:i iSKNItl-ATT I J 11 -1 N NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW XoTH'K IS IIKRKItY tllVKN I %  %  Tin: i \-' \ '' :I.I .i: %  X I Stii-i 1. Miami, 1 Uadi %  H K> iVNKR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO 04C 13533 i 'i lit ?. VVIN<: ,1.|.\M .ll'I'K fill.I.INS I -, II NOTICE OF SUIT \A llli.. in lllil.' 'oil :iHid S .1 %  'nil li-. ll Wlfi ... |. |1| \. w, -i i ni. .:-•-. mil ^',.ii are herebj notified "i ..I...X. pi i mi .1 action lias bcej -nun.. I iiKalnut you In thi i ,-,, in i of in., i :ii venth Judli :..i I' n.l for Pa.I. • %  •iii> i\ tn I..I. I..a morutaae upon t;. r.illou nit d< rilied real property 1„„ • i in., i I of SIERRA MlRAliA 8IIIIDIVIRION, accordlns t.. iii I 'IH t thereof, lecorded in Plat Boo .7 al I'UKI :'7 id the Public K. cord ..i i ia.I.i'..nui \. norida. V..11 an required t.. file a raaoonIve i.i. .ai ni: to i.iaiiuiif conipwint iili the Clerk of the aforesaid Coun -. is--'-, i i- and mrvea eopj thereof upon plalnt-.11 |ffl(( ,,,,.,„, UARTIN PINE, li.ilNOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE K M IJEATIIERMAN. Clerk. i'ii-i-uit i'..in, I inde County, Klorida -. „|) |ly: K M I.V.M \N iH-plllJ Clerk 12 II -'•".. 1 1-8 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 65270A %  • %  i M:I. RAKKY I .i NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tn \ll i.Nin.l Ml IV Ina I'laimof l %  iii m.iAs Sa Id i %  Yon .. mil reI to ni ,n.l di i, h %  ha v. %  111 -1 %  i i .,. ide i end ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 13745 \ V'li.N'NK IIKN.N KTT, I a Intlff, N VTHAN1KI. I-: IJENNKTT, 11. i. 11. I.i i.t SUIT FOR DIVORCE I.. N V I'll V.NIK I. i: RKNNKTT i .?",". I o\ Ihlnn Street, .vol. > • K\anavilli I ndianu \ .. N \ I'll VNIKIi i: RKX N ii, IN. I thai a Hill of t'omplalni Mlvorii baa been filed ion. and > %  i .! ., nl out > IIB r .. %  Ill I'omplnint on I h <• I 'la i I i final 'i '" |f| vnau-er III Clerk ol Oil Ol tCK and MKII VDA ItlKS INC %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION il.LAI 'K I: •-1 %  I. nowi NOTICE OF N'LNTlON TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE %  i; ,. i %  %  n thai ,ur 1 • ind I'.-tli I-' nal 1 "-I .--.,!. "I ; A lii-i. II lil ;i m NOTIFIED lhal Jenklm k' i •' %  I '• M an i an on the ith daj f Jan in 'an t -I.H k ertlfl. He habeen H '' %  Juilaea I'l,. I Id |, I., I ..; .. || ,, •' ,. || of ol %  I I... inil.li.• ... ... i i OR mi s I tDi ll> I > • i in the abovi kt) I--.I rtlfli at* involved la Irtlfleal 1 1>,7."... -li.ii.tal -i.-.-k i-u .1 bj [' 'I Mi\ INDI'HTRIBH, l.N'i' an.I Mistered in tinn.iiie ol SKYl"i II l-ol.l.ACK ..ii in., atock [ %  '' %  r ledc. i of -ai.l MERADA r-i'i -TIUKS, INC.. .. Florida ...i • i..n "I ARE HKTtBBT REQUIRED t" >'our ..I K,.,i ..ii-, ; or other |dlng t., I'laintiii rompialnt In loffiee ..f the Clerk ..t the Clr till P*'. ''."I. fount) Courthouae, Mll l"i Ida, .-n or before the l'-'Hi '•I Jan larj 1(6.1 v..ii ire ..IN.. 1 • 'I to -. i \ a ropy ,,i v our h '"-' upon Plalntiff'a Attorney, MERMKI.L 1900 s W Third |mie. Mian I .., .. || |f ,,„, il li e nl decree l.% entered affaln i s ."i leated In I Intlff'a Iplaini : ;'| t M'aml l-'i.ai.ia. thi ..,i 1 '' I.KATHP.RMAN uiirk ..r ih. ,-;,-, on i ii...i-Ki.wn Deput) Clerk II il-:--:... l l Mil DKKD II M-'I.V tinuti Simon. Hi-.-.-: \ i torn, mfiii K\. ,-itrix ni i i,..i. County, ,,, -.,, i : | ..ii and for dlctrlbuti..n and final .li-. harai ue KM ,,I ii,,eatati -i il" ''"x %  named de. '. in i iiia tud .i > ol I '• %  i .l.i-i. i : %  %  I. ANN \v .'. .III:N l.K.i.N KA1I.AN I.BON KAPLAN of My.-is. ii.iinaii a Kaplan A ttorne) l i.'ai s w i-i Strei 1 Miami. I lorl la ) '.•'.. l I NOTICE UNDER 1 1 IN THE COUNT V JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 65283-A IN RK Katati VNN K Si i: MSS I lee. a-. I NOTICE TO CRFD'TORS To Ml i 'i. dltom ."i.i \'l Pel o lla\ Ina Clalnia ol lietnanda A-HMI Said l"-i ii. : Von ;|..• hi i.-i.v notified and i % %  quired %  •' "i %  i anj cJalnia ..n.l di m.iiiiN which ^-..1 may have aaaliiHl ii,. slate of ANN K STRAI SS d< .i-.-d late %  '( Dado County, norida. Hil iKRKl i ai M mi V.D. 1 'I It.M \.V • ,...,li i:K M I Y.M VN |y I "li i k fHRISTIK .v i.i \ KNSTK1N I: i ". %  %  iJ.|a-2 • FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW j to the Count) Judge* of IXade .'..1.11NOTICK 18 MKRKIiY OIVKN lhal the -in.I. i-imi.-d, .l.-iriNK I V • i.-.i.-in...—. under Ihe flctll narai of MATA KlH SIIOK COMPANY, I' l l.,i ,.i fa-ill. in S W -ih Sll ei I, Mi lllll, Kloi >\ uli the i| the i Court ••! I'.i'l. 'nunl i. I 'I CAM 11. 'i: a New York ml %  MARVIN I 'i • : '" •' Al torni \ i I S 1 11 -1 i v. and fill the name In duplleat.. and .,. pn>\ Idi .1 In Si • lion 7 : sr mi.-, in iheir offleaa In ih. Cnon:. Courthouse in I 'a-l. i 'olinti l-'l.a Ida, within \ i lenda i nonthi Hi, lime of llil rut piilili.-ai a.ll ll-iii he -an. will I-, barreil l int. .1 al M ml, Klorld I daj of I .... ... \ I %  I.K.I I.I: H M IN t.NDKR I 11. i %  ih. II I.KON KAPI \N f Myei Hi : l ... S.W lat F.-.l.i.l I'.illldimt, Miami. Piorldo ?.:u::. n.a intthan January 15, l6".. or .. 11. r. • Pro Confeaao iil be entt-ri • ncalnal > ou. DATED: I 1 "mber 8, 1M4. i: II LKATHKRMAN Clerk ol iii. Circuit Court ,-, .,h l(> : K M I.YMAN I'. puty i'l. rk M ML:'IN KINK I lade K. d. linK Mia in Kl I .. %  1*1 ia ii -is IN THE COUNTY JUDliE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 63032-A IN RK Katati • .M'tll'ST w RBI B ,-, .1 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE Ni iTICK nd P 1 r Ai'iirs and that mi -ih ii %  ,. ell d i KIR .' W K1.I.ISCH .i" \\ 1:1:1 iK, i .-. -i Kl it r v\ i:i.1.1.II \ %  .. \..-. i'.. al iabl 12 11 -1S-2.1, i IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65219-B IN in Katati ol IKSS A I'' IT Ml. I --I NOTICE TO CREDITORS T-. Ml Cr.-dli.. and All Pi raona ll i,milAxalnat Haul NOTIC£ TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY J UDGE'S COL' RT IN AND FOrt DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA IN PROBATE No. 6b 31 A iBIanton) IN RK: Katati • i IIAI;. il.li I. IIARNKS, II, ceaaed. To All %  "redltm .m.i Ml I', raona I lai ina Clalnia oi liemandr Vaniiiei Said | lla i-| u |ina or •• Katati )uu are I'.i.l.y notified and :• %  • v ,,,, ., „, i, v „,,iiii,.,i ami reproa, nl anj ola Itna .. ml 0i aniiiat if IKSS \ I'' IT \K. il. ,i I;.i,. nf i I.I.I. County, I Im |..nl. CVimqulred 'ma ,i to ,--.-ni am clnlma and dc Ih" eaate K ;!l $JAROU U^iARNKW .1. .,.,-. .i lat< %  i i %  "i' '<• 'in t Ida, lu ih *"... ii \ .iuik> i.i l)utl ^.ed'ii^T,., 'vr-Av,:;;! i>, I': : %  """; %  e aame I '•" '"'' ''' '" %  111 ..i I lli V.I %  HARRY II SMITH \I I .-. \l \ N • I il I I %  : IS KRITZ V \ \ 1 ,\ S I iilm. r M I'la 12,11-18-1



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Fr Page 12-A +Jmi$f> fhrkfiarJ Friday. January 1. 1965 OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS Rabbi Samuel April Of Temple Or Olcm SB Youth Meet to Air Current Issues Samuel / n i fat Vpnl. ser\ ed the B \ l being i ailed I leld [or 20 : ei His pai ents h ive just i. from .i t ur i. Israel and are presently living in Miami. Attending the local school system he graduated from %  .mi High as salutatorian in He comi'loti'.I his studies ; !>rt pulpit was at Temple i manuel, Lakeland Fli He served there two years, during: which t me be w as at live in tni terial Association and repn Judaism in c hur< h< s ol \ ariou? <). nominal efs He n • I %  : man ied his ifc t %  formei J dith Holober Lakeland, in Temple Emanuel The) are the parents ol Max Mi chael, 5, and Lizabeth I i • A st, 1958 KABBI SAMUIL APR/l ^1 ritual lead) i i %  ir in.'in m Miami He is I member of the Greati tliami Rabbinical Associatfbn. Hi ,ibeen an active book reviewei r the B ireau ol Jew ish Bduca ion and lecturer for many Jewisl • ions He has parti* ipatei • ii VI isons Alpha Bpsilon Pi i B'rith c hildren s Hum. i tj ol Floi ida Exe< utive Board lenomina activities n churches and schools in the South i and < ommunal religious rs M 191 i • wide A c .it .u it) group Ol 140 men % frs ol [he Al.'i'h Zadik Aleph ill I B'nai B'rith Gil Is. rcpresi nting 0 membei f the B'rith in 15 ighout the State I I i • i 27 to 30 at i amp lauer Naranja, Kla : the ii II md "Do I Can Je \ i i standing and v hrough BBYO Rabbi Morri* Kipper, Temple Judea, discussed the need tor Jews to bridge the gap between the problems created by today's society and the necessity ot involvement in finding solutions to these problems. Ret i: d w a r d Graham Mt 'ion Baptist Church, reviewed the ii.rid -erne and the need t" con Zionist Confab Opens in Israel Continued from Paoe 1 A nore evident mid everything P s should be done lo preserve ind strengthen the Diaspora and -r.iel for their mutual benefit Speakers al a eetii I dele ates representing the Herul Hi %  r World Movement str sse • the situation ol world Jewry the erge "t colli ri \ iew ol the la< k of pioneei The) called for increased %  e field of duDiaspora Jewry ler Mcnal thi s caki : Dias t |l. I a Bank r at a MOM ncnl tufman of 8e?n Am MONUMEN, a Freer **T CUsed Snhkutk SW57thAv. MO 1-8583 NUMU'I 0>ty Strictly Jewish DISCOUNT MOUSE Compl I Lin o' 9 ligioul Ii 'id. s ond Israi 'I Art Products lAIT' Cftf-'IOV Of Jfin % %  WUM AND YAMUIKAS Sa-'i-d fitt niton to Bor Mitivnh Outfits 919 Wo-.hin'jton Avr. JE 2 7210 ,, n opesc i wit'i have not Mt ns I peopli • i) mar net placi I in ebrated the f t hi nd J '; .. rectoi N I 1 be convention b dj ... .1 b) .ins ec i; I • dent of %  • I'ard ol I' i tors foi the BBYO in Miami and a t.ii mer membei ol thi IZA • Detroit. Sam Sii bi i president • ol District Grand Lodgi c, ii.,i B rith, .md Eli Hurwitz. president "t the South Florida rtcil "t B nai B rith Lodge Presidents for the youth associations art Randy Kramer, Or lando. for the Aleph Zadik Aleph. and Sharon Lerner, Jacksonville, for the B nai B'rith Girls Convention coordinators were George Termotto. Miami, for % > AZA arc 1 Stephanie Davis. Tarn pa, for the BBZ's. Advisers to the convention bodies were Mrs. Jane Carver for the AZA TKi Miss Anne Ehrens for the BBG I'.. and .H lion pi "jct M as .. i"'n h • ., i t'haptri ••.' \ .md the 51 Chaptei m Miami i--i the SI ti i ban ; Othei ntests held in ebati ALAN M. BLANK. INC. UMItAI. CHAPELS A A \X} 531-3441 ft Blank Bros Inc., Pittsburgh, Pa Jack lewis, Inc., Ba Itimer ', Md. 1743 Bay Road Off Dade Blvd. M Shipping Anywhere in the World ami Beach REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Creotrr Mioml's lorrr-.t I Oldest Suopl, Housr for S r noooq i Hebrew I Sunday Schools. Whjfesnre & Srtnil l$A£l/ GIFTS /.NO NOVHTIti 417 Washington Ay,-. Jl 1 901 Miami Hebrev/ Book Stort ISRAELI A D GIFTS Hrttrr*. p, Snj ,, ij tt %  A\. F M.a"n i3ncn J| AMERICAN • ISRAELI ti RELIGIOUS STORE r> ALL RELIGIOL*. A 1 T |{ L t & FOR S.NAGOCi SCHOOLS HO'.13S7 WASHINGTON AVI. 7722 S. Schwort, ,,, tfspapoi ..nd swapj, and b) Mi.. % %  V'-muu I r ed, b es I i • %  red for sun r our i Tliis Emblem Identifies Your Welcome Wagon Sponsors,^ t • ~ Jbie=VV • Fires : %  ••.i Hi ClfiC lltl Ol ] 3.^ flBM5 INTIRIST50 IN SPONSOhSHIf, PUASI CALL HI 8-4994 IB7T i teoj-t*4 A G0PD0N FUNERAL HOME 710 S W t:th A .* Miami Ph 373 5533 n M Pi LAKESIDE liARDIN \|\hn!in| J N W 25th ST at 103rd AVE TU 5-1689 IV! WKIAUU in CONDOLENCE BASKETS from $7 50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVO 42710 FR 4-8783



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lay, January 1, 1965 *• k+M HrrlrHur Paqe 1 IB Dr. Marks to be Honored for Leadership Of American Jewish Physicians Group ^chairmen of the Morion Towers Residents drive on behalf Combined Jewish Appeal are (left to right) Abe Solosko. amuel Norkeen and Monis Minov. lorton Towers Girds for Drive snnouncement that Morris Afi Samue! Norkeen and Abe |osko will again head the MorTowers Residents, drive on bejf of the Combined Jewish Ap B! was made by Dr. Irving Lchr in. CJA chairman. The co-ch lirman announced that kiton Towers residents will take rl in one of the first division aclitics of the campaign when they Vet for a CJA luncheon meeting I the Morton Towers Restaurant Wednesday noon, Jan. 13. Kve are aware that many of our low residents are not fully ac tinted with the work of CJA's [agencies supported by one anal drive. On this occasion, we nt to bring home to them not the fifcsaving work of the ihamas Airways Ids to Flights keeping with the growth in hilarity of Freeport, Bahamas Mays has announced the intro ction of a seventh daily flight tin Miami the company, operating Vickers 5c cunt f o u r engined aircraft, offers more than 300 seats per between Miami and the Riva oi the Bahamas freeport, the newest resort in Bahamas, on Grand Bahamas land, iHI miles east of Palm |ach .md uithin 30 minutes bj from both Miami and Ft. I.an Irdale. Bahamas Airway;, in pointing tht tremendous growth of freeport, noted the scheduled Ian. 26 opening of Kings Inn, jrith 300 air-conditioned rooms (nd 1,700 feet of natural white and beach. The $100 million Dmplex will also include an 18sle golf course. the imp.-rill Bahamas Hotel,the tting hotel that once was the JOO-ton liner ss Italia, has now hpleted landscaping of itnine jes ol private grounds to proan international shopping liter. Itlso avail! ble are the 160-room Icayan Marina Villas across the ill ( liannel Bay from Lucayan |aih Hotel and Casino, and the iidoiii Holidaj Inn on the beach to the Lucayan Beach Bel. Bahamas sirwaya also notes the pwth of the island's many fine ptaurants offering British. ltal and Bahamian fare.—S.T. United Jewish Appeal, but the many Federation services in the Greater Miami community which will help th-m. their families and their friends to enjoy a better life as residents in our community. "Although we never know when the need for the services of a Federation agency may arise, we are aware that thcv stand ready to serve us at ail times through our' support of the annual campaign," the co-chairmen stated. Guest speaker at the luncheon, which is being snonsored by the Morton Towers CJA Committee. will be Daniel Neal Heller Past national commander of the Jewish War Veterans. Florida state chairman of the CJA Young Leadership Cabinet, and recipient of the 1.163 President's Leadership Award of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Heller is one of the leading CJA spokesmen in the community. He visited Israel on several occasion, where he met with leading dignitaries. Dr. Meyer B Marks will be honored "for dedicated service and outstanding leadership ol the American Jewish Physicians Committee of the American Friends nt the Hebrew University -nice 1956" at a testimonial dinner al the Dual Beach Hotel on Saturday evening, Je i, !. il is inn mi <• %  bv Leo R hinson, South FleriHi Di\ sum chairman, and Jack s. Popick, Division pre ident The dinner honoring Dr Marks. Miami Beach pediatrician and pediatric allergist, who served as pres.dent ol the Miami Pediatric Society in 1991-55, will be addressed by Dr. Albert B Sabin, noted research scientist, who is a national vice president of the American Friends of the Hebrew University and head of the national Physicians Ccmmittee. Hrrorary chairman e' the d ; nner is Dr. Philip Gotlieb, who recently established a chair in physical chemistry at the university. Co-sponsors of the testimonial with the Sojth Florida Division are the Physicians and Dentists Committees of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. Dr. Louis (", l.vtton. Dr. Marvin I. Meitus, Dr. Maurice Rich and Dr. Alexander S. Rogers are sciv ing as co-chairmen of the Physicians Committee, and Dr. Meyer Fg"natz and Dr. Morton Rosen bluth are co-chairmen of the Dim tists Dinner Committee. Under Dr. Marks' leadership, the American Physicians Committee. South Florida Division, has grown to a membership of over 150 from 38 physicians at Its founding. "We will share in a richly deserved tribute at our Jan i) dinner for Dr. Marks." Leo Robinson announ ced "His devotion to Hebrew University and his inspiring leadership lii • l'liy-icianCommittee, which has given outstanding support to the university's $10 million medical school complex, has been instrumental in training physicians nol only lor Israel but for nations throughout the world." 'he chairman in teil Ths guest cf honor has toured Israel on several occasions and has, personally soen the pro3ress of the new medical school in Jerusalem. Dr. Marks is a member of the Board cf Trustees of Temple Emanu-EI and serves on the Executive Board of the Jewish National Fund. Dr. Marks has practiced in Miami and Miami Beach since 1936, and has contributed numerous arti clcs on pediatrit s an i pedial ic allerg) to medical literature < 'iin ical associate professor ol pedial rics at the Uuiversity ol Miami School ol Medicine, and director of tie Pediatric Allergy Clinic al .lacks-ill Memorial Hospital. Dr Marks is a consultant in pediatric allergy al Ml Sinai Hospital ol Greater Miami, where he served as chicl oi pediatrics liom 1950 t> 1956 \ member oi the Medical Ad visor] Board of the Asthmatic Children's Foundation of Florida, Dr. Marks is a Fellow ol the American Academj Of Pediatrics, the American Academy of Allergy, the American College of Allergists, and a member oi Sigma Xi ol the i ii.\ ersuy ol M iaml C/iug fvri 1O Meet Chug I v r i Hebrew-speaking group Of North Miami Beach, will meet Tuesday, 2 p.m., at Temple Ner Tamid. Max Katz will speak en The Babylonian Exile." Discussion will follov DR. MtrtK MARKS Rabbi Rackovsky Talks Wednesday Jacob c Fishman, chairman the Weekly Luncheon Club sponsored bj the Miami Beach District of the Zionist Organization ol America, has announced thai the speaker next Wednesday. 12 i p.m at the Ritz Plaza Hotel will be Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, spiritual leader of Congregation Beth Tfilnh. Rabbi Rackovsky, who was born in Jerusalem, is a scholar and lecturer, a veteran Zionist leader. and active iii many civic organizations. He is a member of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis and ol the Rabbinical Council ol America Rabbi Rackovsky will discuss "Our Duties to Israel Dr. Abraham Wolfson will review the current news, and community singing has been planned Lodge Slates |anel Monday tegular meeting of North Shore pge, B'nal B'rith, will be held %  ndaj 8 p in at Temple Ner mid. panel, consisting Of Jack Cor ... president ol Washington Fed I Savings and Loan Association. rman K. Schwartz, and Harold [Segal, past president. Miami Ich Board of Realtors, will diaIs •Condominiums and Coopera ks—Advantages and Disadvanes."


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rage 8-B ItmM fJrrkftor Friday. January 1. 1965 B£7 WOMAN OF THE WEEK You'd never dream that attractive blonde Bert (Mrs. Theodore) Zallcs used to bo the best-ever Tomboy in South Bend Ind when she was born. She was smart, too. brinu iny home all A report cards. Being tin smallest and youngest always in all her classes also made her a natural lor being Teacher's Pet." but she didn't take advantage <:f it. much She went to a small college in Hanover. Ind.. ^cit her degree from Temple University, and did graduate work at the University ol Pennsylvania while teaching math' ematics in junior high school in Philadelphia She was a natural-born teacher and enjoyed working with all children especial ly the toughies while teaching, she saw hei husband-to-be. and he sa her That was enough for both of them The) were married soon after. They lived in Philadelphia until they moved to Miami Beach six years ago They have two children — David, who lives with his wife, Judy, and a new little Zalles, Daniel, born last October in Philadelphia Daughter Judi i> a senior at Miami Beach High School. They had been coming here on vacations for twenty-four years, but didn't have the slightest idea oi moving here until Ted was transferred Ted is director of advertising and salepromotion for the Southern Division of Fond Fair. Bert was disturbed inwardly, but not outwardly, at the prospect of leaving her friends and familj Bui she soon found that Miami was as warm and friendly as the lamed Miami sun Active up North with organizations, she simply transferred her k. how and loyally t< the Miami counterparts of lur northern interests: I'l V Sisterhood ol Temple Emanu El, and Worn en's American OHT. An ardent worker in <)KT. presently, she is chairman of the Earning Power Improvement Course on the board of the Southeastern Region of OPT Last week, as chairman of the benefit premiere of "Goodby Charlie'' sponsored by ORT. she broughl to fulfillment a most successful venture. Bert loves to accompany her husband on business trips. They ate t h< ir way up to Tampa and lack fur the opening ol the latest Food Fair They have done much traveli the I'.S.A hut la.--; year ihev went to Europe •! course, they visited tin supermarkets everywhere they went, hut Bert proudly remarked thai none ol them compare to the ones m our countrj As a howler Bert was fine until she twisted the ments in her right hand However, she says she'd i hei .-witch than quit, so now she is bowling with her kit hand Her mothi.' and mother-in law declare hei an excellent cook Bert is a bundli i 1 energy, always on Ihi morning until night. The ionderful feeling of fellowship which greeted her on rival here makes her trj to of I endship to all newcomers so thai they, loo will have thai v irm comforting feeling sh of fi : i beloi now." ^, NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MM/HI Resslers to Live In South Miami Fontaineblcau Hotel was the site ol the wedding of Miss Rochelle Barbara Noroff and Allen Arthur Ressler onJSujflay. Dec. 27. at 7 o'clock, wit* bbbi Leon Kronish. of Temples.''Beth Sholom. officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. end Mrs David Noroff. 1900 Sheridan Ave.. Miami Beach. Parents of the groom are the Carl Ressler-, of North Miami. Decor ol the wedding was carried out in rose and white For the occasion, the bride chose an elegant coat dress of -iik chanlung enhanced with beaded alen con lace. The removable coat with Queen Anne collar and full flowing chapel train and long tapered sleeves were also trimmed with alencon lace The gown featured appliques of beaded lace on the bodice and skirt. The bride's headed laced headI iece of pearls and iridescenthad 8 tuple tier of French illusion She carried an arrangement of v bite orchids, stephanotis and lily-of the -valley. Matron of honor for her sister was Mrs. Harrison Miller Brides maids included the Misses Karen Barbanell, Audrey Borok, Ellen Sayet, Cheryl Rosenbiuth and Lynn Geronemus. Best man for his brother was Mark Ressler. Ushers included Harrison Miller. Dr. Allan Orange, Ronald Saitman. Michael (Hick and Fred Reese The bride ia graduate of Oxford School hero and received her Thurmcms Reveal Deborah's Troth Mr. and Mrs. Harold ThurtnoJ 3801 Riviera Dr.. Coral Gables an nounee the engagement of their daughter. Deborah Simone. to Arthur Joseph Smith, son of Mr and Mr-. Sidney W. Smith. 116-4 Rrnj Alto Ter.. Miami Beach. Miss Thurman is a graduate ol Coral Gables Senior High School, she is now attending Stephens Oil i _e. where she will graduate tin. June. she was elected to the honorary society. Phi Theta Kappa. and is treasurer of the Foreign Re. lations Club. Nexl September, she will attend the Cniversiiy n| Miami. Mr Smith is a graduate of Ransom School. He attended the I ni versify ol Miami, and will graduate this June from Washington I versity, He is a member of Si Alpha Mu Fraternity The wedding is planned lor July Ai dmoi • MRS. ALLIN RISSUR BS degree In chemistry from the University of Miami. She is a member of Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority. Mr. Re-sler will receive his decree from New York University in January. Reception and formal seated dinner followed at the Fontaine bleau. The couple are spending their honeymoon in Puerto Rico Upon their return, they will make Ibeir home in South Miami Deborah Chapter Slates Speaker The Greater Miami Chapter Deborah will hold a regular met bership luncheon meeting on Tue day noon at the Barcelona Hote Nat Rudne. a former patient ol Deborah, who was cured throu open heart surgery, will be gue-i -peaker. Included on the program are games <>t canasta and man-Jon: Mrs. Morris Weinberger is president. rV/SJ TOBY GRHNBCRG is T sws0rar;.-,w!',.PHONt ORDERS ACcirrtDWJBawsjeHit^jMSK^ PHONE 887-9670 OPEN 7 DAYS. 7 A.M.11 P.M. 8 FROM HIALEAH FARMER'S OUTLET 401 E. OKEECHOBEE RD HIALEAH fl BUSHEL Sweet Navel ORANGES SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT PINK OR WHITE $ 4.49 BONDED FRUIT SHIPPERS 3,4 Bushel 6.49 8.49 FANCY FRUIT BASKETS MADE TO ORDER 4 95 FREE UP DELIVERY FULL LINE OF LAURA LEE CANDIES & FRUIT TRAYS 25% ft ft ft I ft ft ft ft ft | ft SAVINGS UP TO ft ft i Full Bushel inc. u<)fs eli.f y HjnfMrl m the D 5 I '• '' l—n IM MUtl lfc M. 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ly, January 1, 1965 +Jtnisti fkirkHnn Page 7-B 3* ft 1 I J ter t Levine rise to Nassau Rona Lee Levine became iride of Roger Gabriel Bayer fc.m. rites on Saturday, Dec, Temple Tifereth Israel, with Henry Wernick officiating. rents of the bride are Mr and Edgar Levine, 2930 NW 161st )pa locka. The groom is the )1 Mrs. Estclle Kiitun. 8612 Ave., and Mr Sidney l!ay 40 W. 50th St. nil ol honor as Paulette Bur sukv Marjorie Lipson was matron of 4K>nor W>>"' lioM'ii ..i led ... 1M'-I man. Ushers included Alan Levine, hriile's brother. Frank EngWilliam Kiitun. the groom's brother and .ai > l.e\me also a broHlei id the hride ^Btwlvwed Mrs Bayer was at tirod in a satin gown covered with silk oman/.a and featuring a bellskirt, high neck, and petal She wore an heirloom of pearls given to her as a Fby the croom and carried a ide of white rosea e bride went to Hialeah High l and is a graduate ol the i-ersit\ oi Florida, she teacher Uiatics and English at Carol Junior High. \r. Bayer wen! to Edison MIKII attended the University of rida. where he was president the Home Hall Council. He is graduate of Wharton School of |nce and Commerce at the I'mkit) oi Pennsylvania. He was fcldenl of then and Stanle> Robert R mi Saturday Dee 26, at 6:30 I Rabbi Irving l.ehrman officiI. The bride is the daughter "f Mr. Mrs. Harry .1 Rosen, 72M Gary Miami Beach. The groom is son of Mr and Mr>. Frank >.•< 121 Shore Drive West. Mi li latron of honor v as Marsha Le |i Bonnie I.even. Lois Rosen and ftrnl Hose seised as bridesmaids ^Best man for his brother wa St>: it Rose, and ushers included San Rose. Howard Rosen. Ken Htli Sher. Leslie Weisen. William Ki" a;.d -anford Schw arti H}>'i her wedding, the bride chose Iprai'l white silk satin gown with fee appllqued with beads and nrls. The gown featured an Emji' coal with Queen Anne Collar l.nc. long lace sleeves decora I with beads and pearls, and a Ig train. She carried a bouquet yellow and white roSCl Newlywed Mrs Rose ia grad te of Miami Beach High School id will receive her degree from University of Miami in June. i.i Phe groom graduated from the iverslty of Miami in 1960, where belonged to Alpha Epsilon Pi. is a memlHT of Miami Beach nior Chamber of Commerce and distil lory representative Dinner and reception followed at %  th David. After a hoiievmoon in W.i ni -K.ilm MRS. RMM BATER Advancement ol M a n age m e nt, member of the Administrative Management Society and the Wharton Student Advisory Board. He is presently connected with the Credit Bureau of Miami Beach. Reception and dinner followed at the Temple. After a honey moon -pent in Nassau and the Bahamas, the couple will live in North Mi ami Beach. Miss Feldman Now Mrs. Green Koslyn Mae Feldman and Alex Green were married Sunday. Dec :7. at Temple Beth Am in South Miami. The 6 o'clock double ring ormal ceremony performed by Dr Herbert M. Baumgard was tollowed :y ;i reception and dinner at the teauville Hotel. Parents il the newlyweds are dr. and Mrs Herman VV Feld nan. of Coral Gables, and Mr and Mrs. Hyman Green, of New Orcans. La. For her wedding, the bride chose i candlelight portrait gown Ol mi ii'ited Brussels lace, featuring a mandarin neckline, molded bod Ce, and long sleeves tapered to %  risl point. Her scalloped con rolled skirt was enhanced bj a ilk peau de sole chapel train. A •etal headdress of Brussels lace, •pnnkled with tiny pearls and silk rosebuds, adorned her many tiers >i imported French silk illusion. She carried a cascade of white orchids highlighted by blossoms ol stephanotis. Honor attendants were Mrs stan Silverstein. cousin of the bride, and Miss Judi Maloff Bridesmaids included cousin Abbey Jane Morris. Arlene Silver, (linger fames. Karen C'ogen. Her nice Berman and Sue Ray Shushan. cousin of the groom Cousin Nancy Lash was the flower girl The groom was attended byCharles Blotner. ol New Orleans. Ushers included Robert Feldman. brother of the bride. Steve Chase, and David and Michael Freeman. cousins of the groom The bride is a graduate Ol Coral Cables High School, and will grad uate from Northwestern Dental school in June as a dental by gienist. The groom is presentIj employed as a marketing specialist uuh the Monsanto Company in Chicago He Ia graduate ol Georgia Insti tute ol Technology and received his MBA degree from Northwestern School of Business Administration. Following a honeymoon in Las Vegas, the newlyweds will live in Chicago. w in. r Knlm MRS. STANltY ROSE Jamaica, the couple will be at home at 2581 So Bayshere Dr.. Coconut Grove 41 Al Senior Citizens to Meet Senior Citizens <>f Dade Heights will meet Sunday, l p.m., at Washington Federal Auditorium. 699 NK 167th St. Program will include refreshments and games Gilbert Fund Formed at U of M Henry Gilbert, a Miami insurance analyst who was named to the Million Dollar Round Table for 17 consecutive years, has decided he wants to say thanks in a Ian gible way to his home community. This week, he announced e-!ab bshment of the "Henry Gilbert Foundation" at the University <>i Miami. The $2,500 scholarship fund will help students registered in life insurance classes at the university's School of Business Administration This is the first tune in Dade County a scholarship is being of1 fertd to a Student interested in becoming a life insurance counselor, it was announced by Dr. Donald It. Johnson, professor of insurance. 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Page 6-A -JenlstncrMfrr Friday. January 1. 191' Col. Arvey Honored by 3,500 at Dinner As Israel Bond 'National Man ot Year' reported by Kahbi Ralph Sir." general rtrnpaip chairman 1963. ts.no.000 m Israel 15' Mere lold in Chit Vice Presiden'-elect Huberl H. Humphrey and Israel's Deputy Prime Minister Abba Eban headed a group ot outstanding Americans and Israeli leaders who joined last week in honoring Col. Jacob M. Arvey as "National Man of the Year for Israel Bonds." More than 3,500 persons attended the dinner in tribute to Col. Arvey, who has played a key role on the national political scene for many years and has been a foremost leader in behalf of the Israel Bond drive since i's inception. Shown at the dinner are above (seated left to right Mayor Richard J. Daley, of Chicago; Vice President-elect Humphrey and Col. Arvey. Standing are Gov. Otto Kerner. of Illinois, and Nathan H. Schwartz, chairman of the Board of Governors of the Chicago Israel Bond drive. Below (left to ngh' are Abraham Feinberg. president of the Israel Bond Organization: Col. Arvey; Deputy Prime Minister Eban; and Israel Ambassador Avraham Harman. Wilson Urges International OK To Restrict Arms to Mid East By Special Report \,,,. iv, • : %  • leel Huberl ll Humphrej and Deput> Prime Win ister v tM i m "' I-'-'' 1 !..-• eck i" rioni i ins i Jacol M Arve) Miami Bi Chicd 1964 Ni Man "! Ihi S i ol the State ol Is mization The dinoei in tribute lo II A \ ej ..attended bj i 3 5 io usini -. CIVIC, n emment from Chicago and other parts ol the Unite I States In addition to Vice President elect Hun and Deput) Premiei Eban. partic ipants in i mi included Is rael Ambassa i raham ll ir man, GOA Otto Kerner, ol lllinoi.Mayor Richard J Dali I |>r Joseph J I of I rael Boi I Oi nization Col. Arvey. who has been an intimate friend of several US Presidents, and has served as Democratic National Committeeman (or the State of Illinois, has been a leading figure in the Israel Bond campaign in Chi cago and on the national scene since its inception some 14 years ago Humphre> *ork II • State ot Is rael -II* 1 l< r hum in he In it e< I SI tries Hi • "I Arvc) "Israi ul .1 man ho i pri Ii 51 i frei Stati s and Israi I i'ue I'resi I 11 edom is gr menl ol I Ul cannot : "' %  without justici thi i '•"' "' ,: eedom l) Prime Minisl I : '-"' \rxty'* rei all) the Israi I %  >".%  .,• ."ii meno kMth M>n reel m l-racl The u Presented to Col Jacob M Arvey a distinguished lead*' in the c-eation and development of the State of Israel, who has earned the eternal grati tude cf its government and peo pie A founder of the Israel Bond drive his nme will live in the annals of America and Israel as a light and gv. ide in the he-oic ind historic rebuilding of Is rael i \ • maxed t'hn %  HOME OF THE HC TWIN DOUliE Nt 2ttkrulM IS PiitTisMHJ Ti.'Tnf PALMtTTOfaPRESSKaTOB'^POAD t CthSTRffT Continued from Page 1-A tupplj Israel with Buccaneers 11 this question, so far hypothetical, 1 1 1 ame a reality, it would raise some ver> difficult issues H<' stressed that t ho Government vanicd to avoid an arms race in ne New Baal I am -lire." he told Mr Bur Jhr Will Head Messengers' Unit Harold C Uhr will be installed pre s ident of the National Asaocia tion of Special Deliver; aleaaen ^erni the United States 1'oslal Service on Baturda) A former Chicagoan t hr haa bean a resident of North Miami Beach and i postal employee for the past four yean, in i%4. he served as secretary of Local 79 At present he iad j.itant of the Abe Horrowitl Post, Jewish War Veterans, and waa recently awarded the JWV Amer icanism and Patriotism Medal for hicoordination oi the Veterans Day Parade in November The City of North Miami Beat h presented Uhr with -i certificate f recognition and appreciation I n itefforts m the Nos. n cele I ration He w ill l>e the first pel son ol lre Jewish faith to be insl prei : the national ass tion "the whole Bouse will be well desire to an arms race in the Middle Easl while we feel th.n the arms bal ance in the Middle East has -, verel) affi eti d by shipments i li> other countries, we tjinU do nol wish to stimulate %  fresh round of shipments ol anj thing of tinkind The Prime Minister assured the House ol the sentiment of the British Government "to ensure thai everything it done i" preserve tin independ ence of Israel ami to do everything in our power, which Inot easy, to damp down the cause Of ten-ion in that area"' DOG RACING i i i • • M< ••••• If 1 0341 IfON SCHACHTfJr'S YIDDISH AMIMCAN VAUDlVlllt SM*I iff International S^gpr BILL 8AYH0N0 and TNINA Mulull CO"""!* tDMUND KAttmiD Famous Oprrat Sta r LiOk SCHACHTt* I Gtltl STUN m a Nf* JnooS Cotned. 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lay. January 1. 1965 KlntltffkriJfor Paqe 9-B CM urmi "d'y yours. HE Ambassador's Ball held Saturday ninht at the Fon ncbleau Hotel was an elegant ning. The strictly lormal afDOSted a mo>t impressive mber of dignitaries. The reiving line was headed by Mrs. : Brenner Meyers, who was nored as the recipient of the tanor Roosevelt-Israel Humanrian Award Her gown was a %  uaparelli pink satin with | iic >i length sleeves, a scooped lean neckline, and an Empire 1st detailed with a flat self >iii bow Floor-length pan rs softened the sheath silhouChampagne was the only bevjc served at the diplomatic |ception. and it seemed to set %  tone for the evening Rep i ntinfl the Roosevelt family re Gen and Mrs Elliott Roose It She wore a white silk crepe Hi a V-neck seojuined over HI-. Amiel Najar, member ol srael delegation to the L'nidtl Nations, and Mrs Najar were in the receiving line. Her %..<'.-. lace gown was handmade Brussels and reembroidered in sequins i he gold pin she re was a gift received at the rbtening ol the Bilu, the aeli ship commissioned to be ill in Belgium iL'hairman of the I'ommittt I •ions was Sidney l) Ansin. lose wife chose a white silk icade gown with a matchinj %  i — t length jacket, While mink ills trimmed the sleeves ol the tanel-styled jacket. Consul Genii -if Israel and Mrs Shimon fcillon were also honored Mrs ; lion chose an emerald green iii le gon with a scooped ickline and cap sleeves Mrs im Blank's gown wa< a pink i.i, e with Ihe bodice hcavil> Imbroidered in flower patterns with silver-lined caviar beads Metro Mayor and Mrs. Chuck Hall were also in attendance She was in black silk crepe with a matching stole lined in Goya red Morris Rabinowttz. The lace was reembroidered with sequins, crystals and bugle beads. Her daughter, Miss Janet Sue Rabinowitz, wore a white peau de soie sheath with beaded "forget-menots" embroidered on her bodice and matching jacket. A wide circular pannier in back softened her sheath. Mrs. Seymour Silverman wore a full skirt of royal blue chiffon. Her overblouse and matching cape were in an embossed gold and silver lame with a floral pat tern of blue and green lame woven into the fabric. Black silk crepe with modified tunic of illusion and gold lame was the choice of Mrs. Irving Cypen. Mrs Samuel Sapiro wore shell pink chifion with satin lined bugle beads in an all-over design. Her sheath skirt featured the soft with a deep V blouson bodice neckline. Mrs Abe Appcl's ice blue peau dc soie had fringed caviar beads on her jeweled bodice. Black velvet was worn by Mrs. Herbert Hochman. Plunging decolletage and a trumpet flare at the hem line were the fashion highlights of her gown. Rep. Claude PV|>per's wife was in a Persian pais ley print of gold lame and detailed with sequins and gold bugle beads Wife of Denmark's emissary, Mrs. Alex Balfc. chose a blue lame brocade with wide Hat bows over each shoulder. Mrs. Carl Wemkle's gown was in Caribbean blue satin with silk lame embroidery. A Hony Kcng dynasty brocade was worn by Mrs. Milton Sirkin. In the typical oriental style, it was in silver beige with pink and blue flowers woven into the fabric. i |u|RS. .lack I'opick's rich green !" velvet bodice was encrusted with green teardrop crystals, and her white satin skirt featured controlled fullness over the hips Muted gold satin with soft pastel flowers in a watercolor-wash type print was worn b> Mrs. Jack Carner. A striking gold gown was seen on Mrs. Sidney Cans. Princess Audrey Von Bradcovan, the well known authoress, Who writes under the name ct Dr. Audrey Kargere, was in a Jacques Fath original ol white with ombre pink satin at the bodice and in the back panniers. Mrs Ben Essen's figure-molding sheath was covered with gok sequins and drop fringes of gold caviar beads A white silk sheath with a multi-COlored sequin overblouse was worn b\ Mrs. Solomon Sch tf Heavily beaded geld in floral patterns with the neckline detailed with flower petals was the _own selected by Mrs Sidney Fox for the ball Dior blue in a Dior original was the choice ot I dorl Astoria Mrs Samuel Simonhofi. Her lasl evenini overblouse was of silk illusion and all hand-beaded with seed pearls and satin-lined bugle beads An exquisitely • be a d e d white gown was worn by Miss Lodman MISS CAROL/N STEINBERG Miss Steinberg Is Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Abraham M. Steinberg, of the Americana Landmark. Baltimore. Md., formerly of Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Carolyn. to Edward R. Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cohen, of Baltimore. Miss Steinberg is a graduate of t h e Hebrew Academy. Miami Beach High School, attended the University of Miami and the University of Maryland, and is now on the teaching Staff of the Bulti more public schools. Her fiance, a graduate of the University ol Maryland, is a sophomore at the University ol Marylend School of Medicine. A June wedding is planned Miss Steinberg In N.Y. Rites The Louis Miss Sheila XVI Suite Hotel wa l lor the Steinberg, „t the Wal. the setting wedding ol daughter ol DORCELAIN blue satin with an %  aleni on lace bodice and mat, hing stole was worn h> Mrs Entertaining ORCHESTRA ftofuWnj "TIKRY" Wl 7-8124 Spacialiiing in WEDDINGS and BAR MITZVAHS i i i i —-:• tjDfLoo kos'oe ICORNED JULCU/ OMCL Mr. and Mrs. Morris Steinberg, ol Harrison. NY. and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A Rivkind, of Miami Beach, lo Dr Anthony Stephen Klein. He is the -nil of Dr. and Mrs Andrew R. Kiein, of New Rochclle, N.Y The ceremony was performed b> Rabbi Lawrence W. Schwartz, ol the Jewish Community Center, White Plains. N.Y. The bride wore a gown of white peau de soie, featuring a portrait neckline, elbow-length sleeves and U cathedral tram The bride's veil ol French illusion v iListened to a crown of matching lace and seed pearls. sincarried a tamilj Bible with a single white orchid, and was attended bj her sister, Miss Linda Steinberj and Mrs Michael Ag ran, sister ol the bridegroom Mr n ,v a best man lor his brother .n It Mrs Klein attended Endicott (idle r Pr Klein, who .an alumnus ol the Universitj i [ Pennsylvania and the Universitj ol Syi cuse Medical School, served as a flight surgeon with the rank ol captain in the U.S Army in Viet Nam lie i< now resident in surgery at Albert Einstein Hospital. The couple will live in Mamaroneck. N.Y. FYI Day' Set By Federation Women Jan. 28 A "For Your Information Day'' sponsored by the Federation Jefjfish Women will take place the Seville Hotel on Thursday. Jan. 28. from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.. it was announced by Mrs. Irving Lehrman, president. and Mrs Charles P. Feinberg, chairman of the day. Sanford Solender, executive vice president ol the National Jewish Welfare Board, will be keynot s speaker following a morning panel session and brunch. A p.,st president ol the National Conference on Social Welfare. So, ender has been a consultant on Social Welfare and Community Center activity to the is. Department oi Health. Education an I Welfare. As vice president ol the Jewish Welfare Board, he directs the activities of an organization which for nearly hall a century has bee i the national association ol Jewish Community Center.-and YMVWHAs, and the government-authorized agency for meeting the religious, morale and welfare needs of Jewish personnel and their dependents in the I S. Armed Forct • and m Veterans Administration hospitals. Continuing its program of the "Wonderful World ol Women," the Jan. 28 -FYI Day" will have set eral unique highlights, and in addition, members ol the Federation of Jewish Women leaderol organizations throughout Dade Ccunty will be invited to share in the day's activity Officers of the Federation of Jewish Women include MrIrving Lehrman, president; Mrs Charles I'. Fein: erg, Mrs S.>1 Goldsti 11 and Mrs. Milton Green, vice pn ents; Mrs. Trudj Hamerschlag, recording secretary; Mis Ml Silverman, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Sidney Lewis, parliamentarian; and Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, pa.-t president r > > % > > % COMPLETE OUTFITS FOR BRIDES I ATTENDANTS ALL PRICES V—wi i c /a ris ic i ? 214 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables SPECIALIZING CUSTOM MADE HEADPIECES FOR BRIDESMAIDS & ATTENDANTS EVENING GOWNS PARTY DRESSES Phone 444-3013 FRIENDLY, GENTLE CARE FOR THOSE YOU LOVE • rras PURE BEEF I M ..Mi supervision by I i (n| O't'ioduA rtabbit: I Boruc'i Rabmowitz HJ J3: Ben Zion Rosentnal II S.Q >*i loipitd LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • REPAIRING Serving Dada County Over 25 Years 1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9904 Coral Gables Convalescent Home NO-. 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Page 2-B +Jewis*rk>rkllan Friday. January 1. 1365 Discussion leaders gather for a briefing session to plan 'ie joint meeting of eight divisions of the Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, on Jan. 6 at the Dunont Plaza Hotel at 10:30 a.m. Speakers will be Mi?s Olive Alexander. Mrs. Mayme Williams. Jack Gordon and Ernest Lent, each noted in Dade County's civic and educational lile. Theme will be "Pride and Prejudice in the Immovable Middle Class." Hannah G. Solomon, founder of Council, whose cnniversarv is observed in January, will also be honored. Shown are front row (lef' to right Mesdames Joshua Segal. Rudy Baum. Joel Lee and Joseph Bulbin. Second row are Mesdames Meyer Baskin. Dorothy Kneger Fink. Myron BehiPin, Samuel Gerson and Jerome Benson. Third row are Mesdames Simon Markovich, A. J. Ciisto. Jack Chernau and Eleanor Kogan. Rear are Meedames Theodore Berman, vice president of public affairs. Maurice Serotta. chcirman of discussion leaders; and G>n Kogan. chairman of the day. Mrs. Abram Fox (second from right' presents Mrs. Joseph Rambam with her pin signifying 'hat she has become a "Woman of the Book" of the Greater Miami Women's Division. Mrs. Scmuel Simonhofl Heft) and Mrs. Avraham Harman. wife of the Israel Ambassador to the United States, look on. Presentation was made at the American Friends of the Hebrew University "Woman of the Year" luncheon a' which Mrs. Har man was guest speaker. Cedars Names New Director New Exhibition At Beth Sholom %  %  %  %  Mrl>. %  • %  id Driiik I t hi %  • h Both Sh<>l<>i \.. %  %  • %  ...%  > Em M rh< • bj Betl -' ill m Iesti \ al t the Art hich Mrs Si i mour SiUer icl The exhibit is bemi sei I oul un der ili.' auspii es of the 0 Ait Guild, and will be open la the public ;ii thiTemple's \it Ual l-r>. 4U4 Chasi \ve., from n io ;> on weekdays, <>n Friday evening* after services, from 9 :to to 1" p.in and Sundaj mornings, from 9 in 12 noon Schindlers Will Celebrate Their 50th Anniversary In cHebration oi Bwll 1DI IMTV:IIV. Ml .in" Mn Samuel Srhimller. M Ik* Forte rowers. iH I* honored al i n ception and dmn. b) "> p children at tn DiLido H u Satur lu\ i vening. '-i' 1 -' Ur and Mrs Schindler arc pioneer resident* rived from Nov. York in 1925 settled m Lemon i Mr Scmndter was in tbe retai merchandising business tor nanny years Ttoe) are longtime member" oi Beth David Congregation, an.l Mr Schindler l i charter member oi B'nal H nth. 5 ttei l* i hapter Thr couple have three children, who all live in Miami Irviu Schindler, MrEdward Loveo, and MrDaniel 11 \ i i ier son, LI Roland Schind Mrs. Kelemer Wins Award \t i h i r. centl) hi %  % %  n n sh iv spons >red bj n den i lub< Mr!(•-• Ki • • %  hi honoi : t. • Ml Sinai Hard \ %  I'd t hi .. (Light %  • %  %  %  %  i % %  ( %  • MOM • in • mind the • • : rhich the Mai %  i ighi io >rhip 'I entire ar ••( was placed on perfectlj purple vi %  Mr Kelemer was ako recentl) named "Woman ol the Year" b> Mi Sinai Hospital Garden Club her ulmt and outstanding -. ji i i thr hospital Mff. AMD /U#5. SCNMDMR Ier. aras killed m World \\ui n. Thev hove seven grandchHdn fivi gi an dooni nl two a? riauVtter* Out-of-town gueats ill Iodide Mr and Mrlion Singer. M THIie Weinsteiu MrHarrj Mi chanic all f Now York, and Mr. %  ad Mrs it Dm man, Cape Coral KI.. X MtS tOSf RftlMft Silver OH to Cornell Paul Silver son ol Jack Bil iaml Beach, i a itmtenl th< I M Upon unipUtiiiti fathei ami partner Hrrh it dk) in th< Hlark Anieu* OperatKMM ; Miss Barbara Bregande, RN, has been appointed director ol nursat Cedars of Lebanon Hospital it was announced bj S K Bi nstein, hospital administrator she replaces MrDoris M Eck hoff, UN. who will I •• in i h irgc ol Room sen ii i Miss Bregande haa > r'ecn i has I pen %  pi al i i .-'.• was unal • %  AMiilCA 5 0|IIM: Cl tm L.w. 1*MIW investigated nursing programs in i spitals in upper New York Stair Most recently, Mis Bregande uai a consultant to Mt Sinai Hopital in Miami Beach, where she ; ii, ii ., ri scan h stud) Is for major changes in i • i month i" Hadassah Units Sieve Meetings Hanna Sanefch G oup I 111 nthl> ti on Mrmbi'i : AIL r a ber ipn :. nl Morten Towers Groip ill inert I .. • noon i iuesl speaker AIII :.. Mi Hi B Wernick, i has Ier u e pn idi nl MrEmanMenti i.i i p president. Mrs Manning Mintus, president of Stephen Wise Group %  >! Ha.lasah, annoancei an educational ting and ( I neg Shabbal al UM home "i MrRose 1 uball Mrs .ii ib I 1 l>.i\iwill review "The I %  ni Moses M 'iin mi-:, Welcome 1965! BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS Start the New Year Right! I -DONT woaav ABOUT TOUR WHOMT" ONLY A SKINNY ^ BREAD %  rr TASTES SO Different 14FRIf OMAN'S BAKIRT 65S WASH. AVI. PURE BEEF DELICATESSEN PRODUCTS FROM CHICAGO AT LEADING FOOD STORES EVERYWHERE KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. OF CHICAGO EldvsJrWy Diitributed By Coastline Provision Co., Inc. 855 B1SCAYNE STREET MIAMI BEACH FLOR|DA # Phcne 538-6231 ]i



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r : ruing for the biq social event of the year cf the Biande.s Group of Hudassah for the Matilda Washlon Luncheon at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Friday. Ian. 15. are seated deft to right Mis. Fred Jonas, honorary president, and Mis. Sam Ruban. chairman. Standing (left 'o rightj are Mis. Wa^hton. luncheon hostess end Mrs. Otto Sandman, chaninon Proceeds will be used for maintenance of the Hadassah Medical Centei :i Jerusalem. i; Kill n J bv ISABEL GRCVE d. Oil. ovnan s "World tJTewisJh Floriidiaiti Miami. Florida. Friday. January 1. 1965 Section r Women's Institute at Emanu-El Temple Emanu El an noum • %  %  • %  ng of the Women instituti of ,i. M ish Studies I ir tl %  -,., %  %  • r held i 'I • %  moi nn \; rhe first h %  %  %  %  pw class Ini 10 • ha\>• ni pi e\ inu know ledge • >! thi Ian .1 i>h in learn the I i ihe lai \'i Ida Porush .>instruct" i n • %  it %  .i ins class, %  > cunl "i -" | lj for ho ha vi completed Hir bt row •< and i -li to di velop i the prayers offered during worship services with Canloi Z\ i Adler .<• instrm t"i and %  < onvei sational II • %  i> i e class i will iir helpful lor th •• vho n i trip to Israel in nind l The m ruesd %  V ith I'i In .. i" • -i %  %  m on the • l („ lew isi 1 • nd. thu ; .. %  > ..I each month, .i survey ,i Jew ish historj class -^ ill be 'leld \.iih Morris Tarasow education director "f the Temple, BS in structor during which participant* will gathei for •> special led i %  %  from tl • • %  • i %  %  i .. I ihi "• omei I tituti .-. Mi.' K J • / m .i ii Siti rl edui ation i sident MrLeu VIi. Maui .i • %  Gans Mrs Jc loodman Mrs Isadorr Lorbi Charles Rosengarten, Mr srai Wit' h -""l Mr* t hom;i front Mrs. George Gmsbera. Miami Beach Council of B'nai B'nth Women, recording aecretary. and proqiam vice president of Huimony Chaptei. is recipient of the Ch. 7 Club Contact award. Shown making the presentation are Mrs Sally M.il ledge, duec'or of Women's Commun.ty Affairs tcr WCLT. and Mrs Max S Kern, president of the Council. An additional award was presented to Mrs. Jack Dernhv president of H mony Chapter, at a regular meeting on Tuesday. W^kW^ /(\)rt# n No : | W O and en HI %  %  I isiting J scl I %  •' I has I'-'" sus.-i HGAl ..mil Kessels i ..|i ui Mi -i k Shai pe 11. h m '•• ru Hi Im I is an old an i ill i, ..mi his own eaorl in .ir Lima \ tuned Miami !'•' ach ., %  lot Hi h Coronation Qu i N -., i. '!..M.II Club •, iheai i as ell as i B i vice presidenl ,.i i ion i om, and an NFL lar Girl v rprisi : art) i given n> honoi i Mi and Mrs Henrj Greenbaum .'t the Pub Restau i .,ni on Sundaj evening, l> i Hosting the affair \\, II i Mi Simon Simkovu 'IiThe '"' %  rked UM ir ttth wed anniversarj %  ""' :i '-" Ethel '"' l Henn birthday, which hap i„ ide u ith then %  "' • ') 1 Mi and Mrs I Wul Continued on Pg B first at burdme's vi;w imr> LOOKS ot u r n v I j v r H v if UK • rPMort vitUrviiim i lely I • :, g "• i arrived col. • i Arm e or palette green 10 to 18, $26. I



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'elewisli Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Number 1 Miami. Florida. Friday. January 1. 1965 Two Sections Price 20c ;ds Asked jiJoin West Mid-East -, iBK J i \ *bba Eb Dvput) Premiei pro ', th.it Ibc --.\ i,-t ith ihr I nited Stales, r MM • %  ud otbei lea \ %  i •! .il inleg : | i | i mil meetii • Mr ;l Ibc I t SJ V.i.1 Such J reaffir leCISlVC I Ioni in iti it uv about the proposal made *> n the week by British %  Mi Harold Wilion for an trrmt I* make the Middle i iiuilaas fsaa ion*, he said ,•ed.ate problem was not ,,. r nation "since there *e nuclear arm* in the MidEJ • The true problem, ho • it stabilisation of Hi of irm end avoidance MCelettM of conventional tht ration. n jr.irii %  || 'hiOn \ : i1.1"he ilcniiillHr.l the Uberalioo Ocfaniaa|| i Vr..l' tan teal September >t I nu*d en Page I I World Zionist Confab Opens; *>! Large U.S. Group Attending ABBA $BAH terriltrial integrity Bonn Wont Assure Safety Of Scientists jform Shul icks Rabbi rho's Atheist | :i : \ IN •' I I T mpU in nibui '. i • | hj pro •ell il-"" ""• I i; : nun I %  ..; • i ilioi ..i J< '• %  ; bares) bas !!• term Judaism *• h prm.linn • The %  m t affiliated aith Ibc ..ii ii. I... i l %  : an\ nthii Jewish re (I.111.' rcent "gWless" Chanu iabbath service. Kabbi Wine, il 36 declared th*l Judeh i I a red Ihia rck I I i li< i..,. •i-t .; : he) quit h in %  Ibe i -ii'' a-ipost J '"' %  • technicians i In an interview in a Weal in newsp iper, Ii .HI. ini iuch guanata tin >pirfctTtmin iaad that Ibi >.. i man polii • %  Id have Ibe aai %  lit> u( tafc Ihe nttsl %  cootrol ol ihi rrmii. : O'. PI'I set three condition* for a possible return to Wr%t Gar many of tho scientists. Ono wa an oiprattion of public "trorat from luael for alleged attacks en Gorman IciontitH by Uraeli agenti Another wit a lifo pension for Or Pill* former secretary who lot hei \iqht when a parcel addfevied to Dr. Piii eip'oded. m Cairo a few year* aqo The third wa the guarantee 'or the lately ot any ittu'r."') vnentnti In.. \ a 11 M ,,lr I.. %  Sal I'nd %  %  irtnai f lh %  '• i •• I i i %  l ii..mI to • .t %  •' %  • f ibt lit; i newapapt i Rilh lin in asked, if J Imo |i RoaentM Betroyini \\ '. v. ITAi The • %  '.. I.I\ with more than IHI .I, lexati • from arioua p rid including MS Slates lo !••' • f the 2 In • %  • Ii h • • ears .... ... -• • ., h re • • tin Ihi \: ah Leag e Iher cui i t i>1 it ical issues alfei I n i nunlries outside ol I rael 01 special 11111*111.11110 will be til.Congress decisions: .MI Ii nant ul policies i on< ernin Ji i-h lion lo Israel and tho rption "l the immigrants i" hrael With most of the delegates from abroad having arrived here during tho last few cUys, the various Zionist parties held advance conferences in preparation for debates at the Congress. Dr. Nahum Goldmann. president of the World Zionist Organization, addressed meetings of both the leftist Mapam and the World Ur.ion of General Zionists. He told oathering of the latter that it was now clear tliat Israel needs wor;r' Jewry no less than woiid Jewry needs Isiacl and that it is tho Zionist Organization which could fight th? trends of assimilation in world Jewry for tht sake of Israel \ : •' Kiu "i akot llazan I • lo attracl youth 1 pro 1. ment in world Jew ry mi the >.>\iel autb ril i cs to permit Ihe reunion "i families emigration '" l*ra the 1 ee ei 1 .IM 1 1 the Jewish religion Addressing the meeting ol the Woi I 1 m "i General Zionists l thi ZOA House in Tel Avh Dr N"i umann, prt sidenl <•( Ihe World I nil 11 stressed th I .-r to i ihe n 1 ;.>r closer tlei be %  .. i iisapoi a • %  > as Continued on Page 12-A C/c/S/5 OVER Nasser Insults to U.S. Rouse Official Anger V. \MliM. I"N -'I V V"'' [, lings continued to %  • • • iDMKl : longre>s following Ihe statement • week jt %  • public meel Said b> Egyptian Kbdel Si r itates "< .in lump %  rhi mlting stale • n |i. ; It) l'l. 'in. 1 i I an Ami I ; • (0 the shoot \ pries plane non-Jetti-h ..,,,„. h.i\• in Ihe mean ,. ,, .,.,1 • st ite Deps tment .thhniil its aid lo I until • !" : thai he will ""' „... this aid for mint.li> idven |n his erican speech ..,,,1 that he 1sending • ., ( ongo .mil ill continue • ihe Congolese reb A State Department spokesman said that the Department did not anticipate an immediate response to Nasser's denunciation of the United States. The bulk of American aid to Egypt is in the form of surplus food shipments under a three year agreement signed in lo2 that exterds through next fall. Nasser said in his abusive speech that he has already received from the United States $115,000, 000 m such aid. He insists on getting an extra S35.000.000 1 he New York 1 imes said in n Continued on Page 5-A CALLS FOR HALT Of COMPETITIVE SHIPMENTS Wilson Urges Big Power Arms Pact LONDON ''i\ Prime Minis ., n ir oW Wilson called this eek ,,„ .,., jntert atsonal agreemenl t. ihipmcnU lo lar; .)„ \| .1, -t. '•.I'"' '" r "" clear free MM \eai East Mr \s |,on poke in the Hous 0 I AII. r, I bethel Ibe mernmenl I '' '"'''' %  H, rned lh< I must Inin getting internattonal eemenl lo -t"i> the competitiva shipment ..t %  >""> '" nj Neai Eastern country, and t" wort is kjj II possible to secure 1 nun nuclear MBC I" lhal %  '" (ircvenl wbal 1alread) -< dan situation becoming woi se becoming nucleai His comment followed suggestion by Frederick A. Burden. Conservative, that Britain sell enl J ihnson i peal i" him nol t" do so He •'! in .. d %  • aggressive remarks and refei red to Iran .,.HI American colon} subjected \nn rican and Zionist the Buccaneer lets to Israel. "Is rael it a small and isolated coun fry; certainly her intentions *re not aggressive." Mr. Burden said. He asked: "Why should it not be in the interests of people in general to insure that such countries should have arms with which to protect themselves?" Wilson replied th.it 'the has nol bean asked lo Continued on Page 6-A New Eshko Gov't. Wins Go Ahead \1 \l II -!.. rlest .iivl > all i-rises .11 1 -1 '.-• end .1 ihi %  •>•*> •: • Km l'i emior Let 1 Eshki ;n A ua I it ion nine daj % %  ;'• 1 he Eshkol look that le v ith lormer Pi e mil r Da> id Ben The new government was iden tic ol. with a minor exception, to the one he resigned. With the exception of the leftwing Mapam, which abstained, all tho opposition parties voted against the vote of confidence in the new Government. The vole was 5t to 3a. In new 1 oalition t.i Parliament, Ihe Premiet eoit • 't Continued on Page I A Cabinet Will Shun Pinhas Lavon Case .1! :•! \1 I M JTA %  11, -i Sundaj n"' lo appoint nmission "i inquirj in reopen Ihe I [fair at requested bj lormer Prime Ministei David Ben :.in Ii undei -in .1 lhal ii" vole %  .1taken Instead, Premier Lei !'-liknl followed I'I. procedure an> pi' ; elore the CJ inn. 1 required support of ;it [oui Ministers In (>.included ..ii the agenda 1 be propi sal h rauld II.M •• probed Ihe rponsibiliti %  t Ihe ten j ear old se •v mishap w as i'iesented bj Justice Minister Doi Joseph and • .1. supported onl> bj Housini and Development Ministei Yosel \ Imogi h'.ulin.. to receive T *>* %  11 quired minimum, Ibe p oposa -. nol included in the agenda Anticipating that the Government would not reopen the inouiry. Mr. Ben-Gurien had said that he would nevertheless bring the matter up before the Mapai Continued on Page ISA f


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Page 2-A knii.1 fhriiiir Dr. Lchrman Will Fly to Israel Mapping final p'ans for the Hebrew Academy' 17th annual scholarship dinner set fcr this Sunday at the D?auv:!le Hctel are officers and members of the Academy. Left to right are Rev. Joseph Kran'.T. Isidor Kramer. Louis Merwitzei. president. Isidore Goldberg. Joseph Goiifhorand Carl Brandes. (For rented stories, see Page 10-A.) Reform Synagcgue Back; Rabbi's Right to Atheism Continued from Page 1-A period were "the Reform Jews of their day." MrSuzanne Vellck, Temple secretary, issued the congn t ion's statement in rapport of Rabbi Wine which asserted that all religions have concerned thornselves uith the problem >>i human destin] and have tried to help nun understand • nd control his future. To solve this problem, thf si Id, "man needs to know truth about himsi I ai I the •jiurid in which be lives. He can best do I tis through use i thicommon •< nse or em| neth o.i %  • "Commonsensical people invite every idea to be tested by the <•>• Uence of human experience." the congregation statement continued •II the idea pa.--es this test it ii worthy of belief. We at Birmingham Temple are committed to the use of this empirical method in the discovery of essential truth Like the men of eience. our minds arc i ;>• n. There is no belief we are unwilling t" alter if the evidence u> wrong The statement emphasized that the congregations "will also use all customs and ceremonies that can effectivel) symbolize the \JI ties we hold sact ed \\ e w snl to preserve whatever in Judaism is both rational and humanistic." it declared &%S cttHce PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CfNTM Of 1HI SOOTH Largest Selection in Latest Styles 'o/Men ano Womrr. FREE PAR" NG SPACE IN REAM CONVTMlST TO B SES 728 LINCOLN ROAO (On Ihp Mi Phone JE 8 0749 Oc • CONTACT Lt\v Kabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Phone Jf. 1 3595 945 MICHIGAN AVE. MIAMI BEACH ACE \I-I:.M V i is .-.!<>07 DAT WORKERS S6 FARE H.GH TYPE WEEKLY MAIDS RESTAURANT i. HOTEL HELP 4 < 4 4 4 4 4 i 4 4 al 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything yoo need copies of Reproduced %  I Bond Poorr LETTERS BULLETINS FORVS REPPP T 4 CONTRACTS WHILE YOU WAIT I Cain t Carry Serving *liaS-nce '94 95 N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 1-0815 SUNSHINE PRESS Hi Irving I.ehrman. ihairnun of ih< l bin. d Jewiah \v peel, and Mrs lchrmn wtH leave • \ IEM •* is \ i \ immigrant n timi projects in i on Tuesda) :.i El Al \ii lii N Rabbi and Mrs I ehrman have %  i invitation ol Moshe chaii man ol the .Ii \ i %  %  I other high i [s .II 1 Governmenl to set at I the continued n ol Je i :• • r -i ii from pai throu • the w ,ri Dor n-i their inspection teur, they will meet with high officials of the Jewish Agency and the Jo'nt Distribution Committee for a firsthand briefing of the resettlement and absorption programs which, it is predicted, will serve a record number of immigrants in 1965. Although Ihej wdl spend %  good part ol the trip in Israel viewing ihe manj services made possible by Combined Jewish Appeal's sup port that help to provide Job* housing, medical facilities and MI cational retraining to immigrants to Israi I, the) also will lour Naples and Rome Dr Lehrman v .11 \ iew the ; grcss ai th ol the Stati 1st .id since his last trip thi ec \ i-.ii s ago l oilow ina l INVEST IN ISRAEL BONDS AND THEY WILL PAY YOU BACK IN INTEREST AND HUMAN FULFILMENT. Morshie fritdbcrij Ci TIRED Be relaxed, refreshed, revitalized ... Schwitz Bodes-Swtss Kriss Mineral and Whirlpool Baths Massage Complete Gymnasium —Swimming Pool MODERATE RATES DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL For f.'en and Women FR 9-8861 (ask for % %  Spa") OFFICES OF DISTINCTION br PAVLOW PAVLOW OFFICE FURNITURE Inc. hip of the. success! >' n*-* i smpaign, he has a< r""" Friday. Janua ry 1 \\ chairmanship aflpja for thee .,, ,i \n I.ehrman u CJ \ ol the Fedi r.ition of .ti In Did Since ;j JULES PEARLMAN. 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Friday. January 1, 1965 +JelsHhridia>t Paqe 3-B Israel Bonds Surpasses 1964 Sales Goal At Ambassador's Ball Saturday Night Gj. Eliot' Roosevelt, representing the Roosevelt family, preS Is the Eleanor Rooievelt-Israel Humanitarian Award to I. Anna Brenner Meyers on Saturday night at the Ambas 01 s Ball, climaxing the 1964 Israel Bond drive in Greater MjBmi. Representing the State of Israel in the presenta'ion ciAnony (right) is Ambassador Amiel Najar. Israel's envoy ilgium and presently in the United States as a member of [Israel delegation to the United Na'ions. 5! Bcolorful highlight of the Ambassador's Ball was the grand fcrch of dignitaries who comprised t'#e official entourage of liel Najar, member of the Israel delegation to the United Nais. Foremost in 'he grand march were Trustees of Israel, b. and Mrs. Sam Blank, and Shimon Yallon. Israel's Consul literal to Southeastern United States, and Madame Yallon. Others in the Ambassador's official entourage were Mr. and i. Carl Weinkle, Leonard Rosen, Rep. and Mrs. Claude Pepr, Gen. and Mrs. Eliott Roosevelt, Mr. and Mrs. Sidnev D. sin, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. sick, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Gans, Mr. and Mrs. Shepard 3ad and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Corner. )RT 141/DERDAlE'S NEWEST API. CORAL LAKE TOWERS NOW RENTING! ni .1 Sp.ictom Ap.ntmcnl Yeai nd for LESS han s ••I r-tr Juit complet-d imme.-cy. 1 or 2 Bedrocks r Pool. Individual A ing r.nd Heat Write (or Free Broc Phone: 5669855 1831 N.E. 38th Street Ft. LauderJale, Flo. Abbey Hospital Director President of Vanderbill Enter prises, Edward L. Parker, has become an honorary director of the i Hospital, 5190 SW 8th St. \> honoi.it;, i irector, Parker i> "dedicatin j hint -''it i %  assisting Vbbej Hospi al tn full} achieve its l>lete personalized patient care and to raise the public funds thai will permit the hospital in increase its < haritj work," ac ci rding to officials of the hospital. Debutantes, diplomats and digni taries In l| a member oi the Israel delegation to the UN Honored at the ball was Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, who received the Eleanor RooseveltIsrael Humanitarian Award. Presentation was made by Gen. Elliott Roosevelt, selected for this role by members of the Rcosevelt family. More than 1,000 | ui sts attend ing the ball were received bj AmCancer League Slates Meeting Women's Cancer League ol Mi ami Beach will hold its regulai month!) meeting on Priday, Jan 8. at the Rone> IMa.a Hotel Mrs Jerome Rado, president, will conduct the 10 a.m board meeting and the noon luncheon. Reports will be read by the sixth annual Luncheon Committee chair men. and by the Boutique chair num. Mrs. Joseph Segal. Nominating Committee for 196566 will appoint its chairman, and the slate of Executive Officers and members of the board will be scheduled for the election meet inj; to be held in March. Workmen's Circle In Bock Review Workmen's Circle Branch 1084 c i North Dade-Broward County \, ill hold a business meeting on sunda). 6 30 p m at Washin Pederal Auditorium. 699 NE 167th St., "n Sunday The meeting will be followed by a hook review. "The Chosen One bj Harrj Simonhoff, will be reviewed bj Dr. Sigmund Fogler, retired principal in the New York public school system Author Simonhofl will be pies ent i" answer questions bassador and Mine Najar Tfnd their cntuorage, which included <>n yallon, Israel's Consul to "the Southeast Region ol the U.S., and Nip" Yallon, Rep. and Mrs Claude Pepper, Ar>r>Mr TO LOW CALORIE MEALS Solvo that weighty problem serve plenty oF nutritious, flavorFul August Brov bread made from select spring wheat flour contains no shortening. • PUMPERNKKEl • BOHEMIAN RYI • BAGELS • VIENNA • EGG TWIST e FRENCH BREAD *EGG ROLLS e HARD ROLLS



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?aqe 10-B +Jflstnt*l4inr Friday. January 1, ... \ % nia; The lunch 'mam Mn Phil Goklii '• % %  %  %  '' %  v, ~ i ai the S • KendallI from pale pink to Amer i an Bea itj The wal the buffet •.-. %  h -'' well as • .,.. o %  hich the ibower pia %  all tabk i. Tl ail • themselvi ....• aiftthowed ••'' MrV' M irru MiJack Stl rn Mi • Irving Wexlei Mrs Robert Taubi Sid Schreei Misi Esther Morris. Mn Bernard Lash Sid Raskin MrGeorge Malin MiMilt Koretkin. Mn Lou Coverman and Mn H 1 ermai A MOVIE SETTING Opening night at thth different and exciting and thi lead prancing pony was adorable A big sign hed on thi Tob Board saying. "Welcome. Mayoi Melvin Richard and Judge Jason Berkman, of Miami Beaeb The) were seated at a table with their wives and Mr and Mrs Arty Narden At another table enjoying the Icod, the races and each other's company wen Dotty and Hem Morris. Mildred and MornGidnej ilyn and Mannie Luck Carolyn was horn fied to discovei 'hat sin couldn't call homi I fm I out if her youngest Geoi is asleei Also having • ere Edna and Jimmy Chap man. Gussie and Hy Mitko sk) and Florei and MornFriedman Drivini fast i doesn I I %  • turnpike 1 I to I DID YOU KNOW? Delia Mrs Max Applebaum proudly tell in. i • • • eat grai Cheryli er and mothi r. B n live in Huntington, I.I 0 tours thy have 14 grandchildren Those goi eous-colored pictures thai Lillj 'MrHarry) Schifl is showing around ol her daughter Eileen and her husband, Charles, ai a masquerade ball dressed as the Empress Joseaces ... • i >t nimi is Bonai THE FIFTH BIRTHDAY CAKE %  .... \. • 1 %  birth 27, thi •• % %  > da) f his chiidi Mrs Michae Ostei Mi Mrs. Ms ; : • %  >., Ostei %  fields had lived in Chicago 5C they m< • 13 yean agi the < hance to see all ol Hie r old Irii ID n to celebrate thi anni \i-rs,. Year Da> SOMETHING NEW UNDER THE SUN The words were all jumbled in the invitations all that a magnifying glass was attached to the invitation so that it could be read Guests gathered at the home of Elaine and Eliot Daniels, where the wore divided into team-i\ to a car handed a bucket of ice with soft drinks, .. bag of sandwiches, a handful of clues and sent on their merry way At each designated rendezvous then aa huge pi iter of a gooee and someone to give them a new clue. The hunt end thi home ol the co-hosts, Linda and Richard Brickman "here an enormous supper was lei to satssf) the hungry horde of over a hundred By then most of the guests realized that the certil tes the) received at the Brickman home were real It admitted them into The Ordei ui" i. ISI ild. that isi Average mileage of eat around thirty-three so Sandy and Star Meryl and Hob Loring, and Bararid Stewart Grover certainly deserved a %  -e\ ent) -f i v e Annshiela and Leonard Turkel and Rhoda and Mi rris Le\ i tl *er< in the car that sixt) three miles If ever) wild goose chase end ed ilk. 'ii. Brickman and Daniels party, such chases would become most popular A mo en Babs and Lenny Parker. Shirley and Howard Trim/. Marilyn and Arthur Kinkelstein. Judy and Arthur Gilbert, Jackie and Bill I.i one. Marlene and Richard Stone. Dale and i ye Sarasi hn, Bobbie and Len Haimes, and Brands and Bob Shapiro Frances Lthmin % Helene Lebowitz, Jerry Zeltzer In Nuptials Here Helem I cei daughter ol Mr and Mrs George Lebowitz, N Ue-t 17th St became the bride ol .! Jerry Zeltzer on Saturday Dec. • thi D ral C< unto :ui Rab bi David Lehrfield officiated at tm 7 o'clock nuptials, followed b) a recept eandli light dinner at the club nnii n Mexico • itj i ml Acapulco the newlyweds ill live a) in:. No Hibiscus Dr. For Ihe ceremony. the bride chose a silk peau de soie gown with imported chantilly lace forming the tleeves, covering the bodice, fronl panels and back of the ,-kirt. th.-n flowing into a cathedral train A crown of seed pearls and crystals held the illusion veil, and she tarried a cascade ol orchidon a heart-shaped prayer book Attending the bride were her sister Mrs. Jordan Siegelman, mi Iron ui hoi* r Maxene Rudt and ( and) Frankel, bridesmaids Stan |< J Brod) served as the bride groom's best man Ushers included Louis Heller MRS W. ii i -Kal n /, JIRRY ZUTZtR JDC Reelects Leaders to Board A number ol Miami Jewish lead era en lectc I to thi Hoard ol Directors : the Joinl Distribution < omi was announced this %  ek • V. Leavitt. JDC ex .(•nine \,(. chairman The election t >ok plai e at the 50th annual meeting ol the JDI on Dec 10 in \eu ifork < II Reeiected wen Sam lleiman, Ernest Jam-. Stanlej C Myei Sidney Lefcourl and William D • n i Lmal members "i the JDC Na ininal Council are Paul Faske, Leon Kaplan, Mrs [nez Krensky, Sid ney Ansin, Shepard Broad, Jack \ Cantor, Judge Irving Cypen, Mrs Joseph Duntov, Lou Goldman, Sam \ Goldstein, Nat Gumenick. \ .' Harris, Dr Irving Lehrman Sam Levenson, Joseph \l I ipf n Benjamin Meyer-. Hi Jos eph Narot. Joseph M Rose, Arn i Id Seeder, Jacob Sher 11. u r> Si nonhoff Harold Thurman, Mitch ell Wolfson, William Agranove, Leo Bisi nstein Carl N Ettinger, Jacob Gorkin, Aaron Kanner, Jay Ki-lak Maurice J Kopelow it/ Mi i Ki unenbi i Baron de Hir: eh Me) er, Leonard Rosen, r r e d K Shochet, II i i" r \ Sirkin, Julian le, Jack Garner, .lack I) Gordon Samuel Kipnis, Cal KovII Da\ ii! I.e\ inSOH, Sam Lub). Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers A J Molask) Max Orovitz, Norton s Ballot Dr Kurt Peisei Arthur s Rosichan, Sam Host. Irvii Rubin, John Serbin and Mrs. Sam Simonhoff George Fox and Alvin Sallen A graduate "I Miami Beach lli-'i the new Mrs Zeltzer attended Miami Hade Junior College and was a member ol the Lanel Girls club Km n profi ssionall) ..Ailene Frances she recently completed a in stai ring i ile with Neil Sedaka in the Evergreen Pictures film Montage made in Florida She also cut a new release for Roulette Records and was first runner up ill ihe Mi-Miami Beach lii.il contest. A Miami Beach attorney, the bridegroom ia graduate of Wayne stale Universit) and received hiI.I.I; degree from the University ol Miami Law School Admitted to practice before the United StaleSupreme Court. Mr. Zeltzer ia n ember of the Miami Beach and Florida Bar Associations His fraternit) iSigma Alpha Mu. He is the son ol Mrs. Bather Zeltzer, 1250 West Ave.. and the late Abra ham Zeltzer. Gale Opening Own Club Comedian Alan Gale is readying his i." n spot on Miami Beach at 22nd si just off Collins Ave (ailed tin Celebrit) Club, dale is a ming for a Jan. 18 opening Ai ; in previous years there will be a %  show-a-night policy, with showlime beginning at 8 no p.m. dale I. l ently starred in "Guys and Doll.-" ai the Dunes in Las \< with Dan Daile) and Bett) (liable \Nathan Detroit, dale was with the show for nearly seven months -S T Beach Democratic Club Democratic Club of Miami Beach will meet Wednesday. 8:30 p.m., at the Sea Isle Hotel Metro Commissioner Karl M Starnes will dlaCUS8 AVhat Metro Needs in a Man ager for Dad.Count) Club pre* ident is Wallv Cluck mRS STfPMfN riFIMAN Freiman, Epstein Exchange Vows Mi\dele Epstein • Mrs Ste| hen W< il Freiman in 7 30 ('clock rites on Saturday, Dec 26. ,i the Dupont Plaza Hotel Rabbi d Waxman officiated The bride is the daughter ol Mi and Mrs Max Epsb SVi si The groom's parents are Di and MrMilton s Frei ii Pineville. La of honor w as Deboi ah Ep stein, and Gloria Brickman served aIn nli -maid Dr Freiman served as best man his son, and usherincluded David Norman Phillip Abl and Geoffrey Bobroff For her wedding the bride ch %  -• a white peau de soie gown featuring an alencon lace bertha collar. long sleeves, a flat skin in front with pleats at the Bide, applique e in front, and chapel train .Mill applique. She earned a cacading bouquet <>f white orch The bride ia graduate ol Miami Senior High School with honor-, ami will receive her degree from Emory University in Atlanta, Ga., r ext August. She is a member of Vlpha Epsilon Phi. social sorority, and Alpha Epsilon Upsilon academic honors r) The groom ia graduate of Georgia Institute ol le< hnolog) He inose working toward a Mas ti r degree there ile ipast pres ident ol Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity Reception followed the wedding at the Dupont Plaza After a honeymoon in Miami Beach the couple will be at home at 921 Murtle sr NK Atlanta Ga Judge Barad To be Speaker Judge Fred Barad. of the Court, will be guest speaker gi tetular weekly dinner meetnJI the North Shore Optimi-; rjlubJ Tuesday evenJajg, 7 IS pm,,. Sin trap* ue Hotel Murray Sonnett. president the group, announced that J u Barad will -peak on The \u Court and the Traflii Miss Drost Now Mrs. Joe Levi Rabbi Morris Skop offi wedrlinu rites uniting L Drosl and Joe Umben Len Minday. Dec. 27. in 2 lock rib] at Temple Beth Shirah The hiule is Die %  •.. and MrHarold Dro-t ;;,-$ loa Ave.. Coral Gabies 1 the son of Mr and Mrs Levi. 15201 SV. 216th St grandson of Mr and Mr to obv ieto, of North Ba\ Vill Bride's matrons were Mrs. Ala] Stone, her sister, and v. ju Beck, si-ter of the groom "LT-J Beck, niece of the %  r _;irl Bridesmaid. %  v Marian Bloomenfield Irene stem IU't man was Car) Ser andiaa erincluded DenniDrost, ;i, bride s brother. Alan Stone J • Beck and Larry Murphy For her wedding, the bnaj chose a silk taffeta short train She carried ., >t wbite orchidon a praj Her double illusion veil n place b) i beadi d 11 Ne %  I) wed Mrs Lev i Coral Cables High. Mia i Junior College, and u ill altei Universit) of Florida The groom also atten .dalleHigh li' gri thi i n versit) ol Flori i..in! belonged lo PI Phi, Alpha Epsili n Dell Mu. ard Sigma Tan Sign presently a student at thi sity of Florida School of V Reception foil wed the i al Beth Shirah, Alter a hoi spent in .'..maun, tin | live in Gainesville. ZOA Groups Will Sail on New Boat On Friday afternoon, Jan 8. memberof Ihe South Florida Districts of the Zionist Organization America will sail from the AI bur) Docks on the McArthui Causewa) aboard the M/V Bilu for a cruise to Nassau and Flee port The cruise, which iopen to the public, will return to Miami Beach i Mem la) morning, Jan ii Abe Grunhut, chairman ol the Cruise Committee, has announced that "we arcthrilled with the excel e -h twn i .i this fourth innual ZOA cruise WANTED: Pleaaant lady living in Mia" only, who is interested in n tew dollara -a:h week, at hour on n e.isy sitting jol' sweet elderly larly Beth D.iv.u S) gog.ie a'c.i References. Call daughter for details ot JE 2 30 Brothers of the Good Shepherd and the Needy of Camillus House wish to thank our numerous friends for the wonderful donations both of food and money for our holiday dinner. It is through your generous assistance that we were able to give help to nearly one thousand persons. We wish you all a Happy and Peaceful 1965. BROTHER JOHN ot GOD



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Page 12-B +Jmlsti nrrkfinn Friday. January J^jar ^/Vlitzvah Eric Kaplan \ Levf and '. r William W Lipson will offici ate ;ii services on Saturday mornJan 2. in Beth Dai id Syn i gue when Eric Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs, Seymour Kaplan, <>i 5001 SW 64th l'l will become a Bar Mitzvah. Eric attends eighth grade in Shenandoah Junior High, where he plays first chair saxophone in the concert band His hobbies are reading and swimming. He is now in his sixth year of Hebrew School. Eric's grandmother. Mrs. Rose Gelperin and Mrs. Sarah Swinger, v.ill be in attendance, along with aiany out-of-town guests. The Kaplan family is sponsoring a congregational kiddush at Beth David after the service, and will have a eception at home. Sherry Levin* Sherry, daughter of Dr. and Mrs Sanford Levine, of 4315 No. Jefferson Ave.. will be Bas Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Jan 2. at Tern pie Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Sherrj ia student in the Beth sholom Confirmation Class Ol 5725. Paul Greenwald Paul, son of Mr and Mrs Ben Greenwald, will become Mar Mitz '.ah on Saturday morning. Jan. 2. •M the Israelite Center Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky will officiate. Paul iA student at the Israelite (enter Religious School. He attends seventh trade at Shcnan> oah Junior High Out-of-town visitors tor the oc casion are Mr and Mrs Fi i Mr an i Mrs Green, Mr 1 lr\ ing Cohen, and Mr and i Idman, all from New \rk grand] ents, Miand Mrs George Cohen and Mr. Lena iso he present lor ;!,i .i.i-i. m Elliot Scherker Elliott son i Mr and Mrs. Leo Scherker, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Jan. 2. a) Temple or (Horn. Rabbi Samuel April will ollieiate with Cantor Nico Keldman chanting the liturgy. Alan Koltun Alan, -on ol Mr. and Mis. Lion aid Koltun, 1121 NK 151st St., No Miami Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah 'ii Saturday morning. Jan 2. al Temple Adath Yeshurun. Rabbi Jonah E Caplan and Cantor Maurice Neu will officiate Alan is a seventh grade student at the John F. Kennedy Junior High School. He plays clarinet in the school band and collects -lamps He has a si-Iei Rhonda 10. and a brother Larry 5. Kiddush reception will be tendered Alan after the service. Norman Katx Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs Warren Katz. ol 1150 NK 177th Ter., will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Jan. 2. at Beth I' ih Congregation. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will officiate, assisted I y Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbauw Norman will be presented with a Bible on behalf ol the Mollic Ka haner Sisterhood Ni rman ia member ol the fifth grade graduating Hebn u <.. -and attends the John F Ki. Junior ; -. hool Noi man -.tor. Mai l si n i as mai n.1 al Beth Torah Coi u la-; i ek Pandy levine Sherry levine [ric Kaplan Among out-of-town guests who performed by Rabbi Sherwin SLau will attend the ceremony arc his ber rand mot her. Mrs F.milv Lc\ is. ol Stiven attends school in Nortl New York City, and his uncle. Miami Beach His hobbies an Richard Katz. of New York City, .-ports and music and Mr and Mrs Richard Lows. ,\ reception and dinner will IK Wally friedopler Cemetery Assn, Installs Officrs %  %  I hi:uxti r.ifT 1 CONFIRMATIONS KCG. il5 S .-. /I S10.50 president; 1 Me* mi. \..'h V R D 1 i I drill • %  | vat. ho : • %  v. -• i. I nei Mi Miami Mrs C.i.-lav Sh Mr and Mrs Aaron L< llillnian Mr : Zweigenthal, Mr m •: i Ike <; irdoi Mrs Jennie Hyman Kam, Mr an i SI %  ibi r, and Mi and Mrs Ben Boskin, CO .~L-\ E SV NOPSIS O • OS 1 DIBLE %  %  %  %  OOlCAL %  CHRONOl OGlCAL N HI '.AL CH ARTS < < < i • Acclotmtd b,' all RubJis & Scholars for Easy learnin? of Jewish rtistor/. \ Fascinatingly presented. "Visual" < synopsized. See it, Buy if, at SARAH'S GIFT SHOP J 67 St. & Collins Ave., Miami Beach Sterling Hotel J Pinski School Pians Celebration ear celt bra lion ol the Da vid Pinski I will be hi Id "ii lay Jan 10 s |> m a ) the Fontainebleau Hotel Artists to hi Gibson, formeri v • -| atre; Irael v nbaum, guesl speaker; %  ip Nashkin, narrator ol Yid i -lories; and Ben Yomen, nductor. v. ho i ill l< ad in inj ing o i" appear under the direc tion "l Louis Lasavin, principal. Bii Barrett, singii _. teacher, are children ol the school in a ram of Yiddish and Hebrew songs. and Dr. Use Jansen, also of Nev York City. Randy Levine Dr. Irving Lehrman will offici ate at the Bar Mitzvah ol Randy. son of Mr and Mrs Stanley .1. Levine. on Saturday, Jan 2. at Tem pie Emanu-El. Handy attends eighth grade ..t Nautilus Junior High School ami ian Honor Koll .student. He is .. member ol the advanced labors tory science group. His hobby is operating a ham radio. held in his honor at the Young Iracl Social Hall on Saturday, 83C p.m. His grandparent!, Mr and Mrs William Segal, and Mrs Ida Sha piro, and friends and relatives from out-of-town wil' celebrate the occasion witli lum. Willy Friedopfer Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Wally. son Friday evening, J„II rorah Congregati \ Lipschiti win ol sent Sherry with a lalf of (he Mollic K hood. Sherry will continue her tion in the filth gri Hebrew class She John F. Kenned) Junj School. She will chant a | in ilaftorah and speak brioft lit-and background o Ezekiel. Steven Chiyt sieven, son of Mr and V of Mr. and Mrs William Kri.dopxv ,„ C -,,. |V( 9M N ,, ler. on Saturday, Jan 2. at Tem become Bai Mitzvah oi i ,u Emanu-El. .,.,„ %  .,, ,.,.„, ,.,„ Wally attends seventh grade at tion Mrs. Rhoda M. Levine. Randy's Ma M Fisher Junior High School ,..,,,,„ M v „, grandmother, will attend, a.well ,,, is proriden oI hls ,,.,.,„ Bnd „„ • "' ""* L| "/! id'vVvoir ,, 0 New,er ,hc "" n,,r ,i "" "" r eccived lhe S?££&. • sej and .New YOHS. Optimist Award as the out-tand The celebrant will be honored al hlg boy in school a Kiddu-h in Sirkin I la nr in, A! r lu< Jo nr the diver < ooksp; >Jext \etr C in. 13 55 S isincrs. > imme Wally's grandparents, Mr am diately following the service and Mrs. Charles Friedopfer and Mr a reception Saturday evening in and Mrs. Harry Nisenshal. of Ml the Napoleon Room Of the Dean ami Beach, will attend. ville Hotel. %  '" brah V presented with a B tary half of the Mollic K. ii. Nfltf hood ocee Steven, in addition i esctie the Haftorah, will also %  m tion of the Torah I: Off" The celebrant will be honored at member of the Toi J* Steven Delnick On Saturday. Jan. 2. Steven Dana, son of Mr and Mis Ben iamin Delnick. i!l NK I72nd Ter., will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah al Voun, Israel ol Greater Miami Kiddush will tollow lhe service, a reception imniediatelv tollowin-roop lor the past t. Jfl^ the worship service al the Seville Stevcn Mendl „,., H Hotel Sherry Miller sheri v daughter ol Mr and Mrs Stanley Miller. !l(KI NK 178th Ter will observe her Bas Mitzvah on uating class in Helm".' School John l" Kennedy J -.chool Among out ol tow i Mr and Mrs. Ronald Mr and Mrs Jack l %  '. Km nds oi i ilv from Washingtoi Attend service this weel atwurow r Can ounc' m amp r b< C ie n lerfcc Car ie ) sn abbi imp imei Ral irrc luca mgr e H for ML Miss Suzanne Geller be it her sweet 16 birthdo f during a < dan's Restaurant and Bui oi Music. Sif Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Geller. ol Miami Bew. h, an 1 S Iner look on, while Maestro Ionian and his keybocid a tei at the famous twin pianos added th birthday wishes. Whfn the occasion arise! • I iO Cindy (left! and Debbie Cowan, dauahter* of Mr and Mr^ [rv ing Cowan "rehearse" for the openinq oi the Diplomat Towers, by handing a set of apartment keys to builder Harold Z lames. The new oceanlront, high-rise building in Hollywood. next door to the Diplomat Hotel, is now ready for o cupancy. Cowan and Tames are co-builder of the 270-unit rental apartment building, the tallest and largest in HollyANSWERiTE \ TELEPHONE ANSWERING \\ SERVICE — Serving — JtFFERSON UNION HIGHIAND FRANKt'S MURRAY PIAZA NCVVTON FR 3-5581 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET



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Page 14 B +J(*%istrk)rkHain Friday. January 1, 15 Albert Jacobs, Noted hSotelman, Passes Away Mbert >bs, pioneer Miami Beach h telman, ; '''142 Alton Rd star! : f/ri iHl hotel I siness in Ne link, am! came \ Miami Beach in years ago. il<' was associated wiUi the Biscayne-Collins Hotel and the London Ai He was former chairman of the ird HI the Dupont Plaza H builder ol Miami Beach's first _-ji rise hotel, the Alamac He was a boarc 1 member and trustee of Temple Israel, charter artci life member of the Elks of Miami Beacli, a member of Brandeis University Association, Taxpayers' Association and Jewish Home for the Aged. H, ;ed to 1'u' Miami %  .uh Police and Firemen's Ben olenl Vssociati n and i • a life ember ol Mou.nl Sinai Hospital Mi .'. ubs i> sun i\ 'i! n> hi :. Graci uighter, I : New York: I brothers Wi ion and Robert I Flor-.1 .' %  kowitz Servici S Doc 27. itti ::. • %  : side All 11 eh.. i _1: %  %  EVER K A-PLAN \\ ., SHIFF V! I SON NE NSC HE *• \ u % %  In N, > STERNE. \l UivWOLIN. M I' I! %  '. I • %  •lui AbERBACH • \ • BALLA\ \K ItlVel %  \ \ ... PHILIPS '. 11i\ Sor %  %  PiZER. 1 Mi \ I: Ml SCHNEIDER. \1riti \ \ \ %  I! SLVERVAN. \ I! V. sPfcRu. : • ..-. ...\ I; EOSSif. BER. M, CtLINntH %  DATLOV. W A S S1 %  %  KURTZ vv \ PUCHOFF, 1,1, %  Dr. Hyman Ros< '•' Beach been elected f r %  Dade COUJ -v Association. Others were Dr. Ben K dent; Dr. Don Gra-;ano, tary; era Dr. '•'. SchwcrrVibei treasui Scheaffer Agency Elected to Group 1' : • \ • %  y Net work Vssoci iii'Advert!" 1 1 tion w %  %  Purpose o I FAAN is to se CUll 5 Col I ec t i ve client: ent and reliable service facilities in k c y ( i ties ol the United States a n d SCHtAfftR foreign markets, as well Scheaffer said, upon receiving official notification, that "membership In F.\.\N greatl) Increas the scope ol our agency and. in of feet, gives us a working office in the 30 major cities of the country \\i now have immediate access to up-to-date local information in anj markel around the countrj as an %  in our clientEat h FAAN member contributes and M ser\ ices an i markel in%  1 in st • ition centi : • l he Scheaflei em 5 e S iuth I marthe network Car Wash on Sunday B< th David 1 SY members will .; in force 1 1 for (heir fund-raising project oi ear wash 1 rs wiil wash the cars 1 • II clients desiring this service on ti p pai kins lot ol Beth David. Business Council Reelects Walker Paul S Walker, president ol tirhardi Department store, was ni oi tne Jown n Miami Business Council. Mi pade Count} Chamber of merce, • %  its organizational ::u here Vice 1 ••"' Harrj Bol listi • -.. nager, Fl irida rhestres; Bernard Klayf. vice presid Burdine's; and ., downtown ;--o; • irer \ sident. Reyes ... nd William ,1 Dei %  n Ji \ ice president, p •. • s • v m LEGAL NOTICE ,.EC riON s Ift TCOlRTOFTH' E. S t C'RCUITOI %  •. IND FOR DADE COC N T> N E R • '. %  VORCE %  %  %  • I 1 IN 1 1 I! 1 iv rni' V' .-. I I %  I %  ... I • IN THF COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AN1 FOR f>AOf COUNTY. FLOR OA IN PROBATE No 6549S-C IN RK I'.11, ,,( I'.iri-KIK SIKCK1 :i 1. ., R.KKIK SIKHKI. 1IKKI MIV.KI., I1KKIK St< a:i. ItKC'K IK KIKU.M I5KK1K SKI SKI. '. 1 MRS I! SICRU NOTICE TO CRFDITORS TH • ', 1 .. 11 I %  1 | 1 \ .. It, r. I. %  %  .1 %  • %  ; % %  -. ri! 1 ., 1 \ Kll IIKI 1 11, SIKi H:KI |!K\ A UKSTKIN • l! IS, .iii LEGAL NOTICE i lull nl I • 1 '' %  Id n 11: V\K II imw .1 nlk:. nf I > ni. In hl : I :, %  Wttllln -i\ .1,1. ..' Ilk Hntii rlaln lid Spinoia Forum Hears Talk NOT CE TO CREDITORS "Blueprint for Happiness and IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COLOT Ute" was 0 be the topic of IN A NOT on OAD^eouNT,, a lecture on "Hiursday, last 'lay of NO. 65179. B bel ire the Spinoza Forum (or IN RK I %  — %  Vdult 1 lucation bj Dr Abraham \, TiAll Cn-d LEGAL NOT.CE .9m ~~ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IIn ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU IT OF ,uli. i ,. FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 64C 12053 I \ MSRI'l'.i ill SAVIXl ;> M, \ \i NOTICE OF SLIT \l M %  lip H"III I 1 irllll, HI' -111.. % %  I • ; %  \ I \ I "II-' .. 1 r .:,'.. • • 11 11. ... I KSSKX ,\ BSSKN %  .1. \ i \ %  %  .,ill. \ %  %  In.. %  '.' • 1 %  IN THE COUNTY J D IN AND FOR DADE CO FLOKiDA IN PROt-' No 65 -166A 111:r All %  1 Mil! \'l \ 1.1. %  NOTICE TO CRED I 1 :: ,\ KINK, l' •' %  %  %  1 KATHKIIMAN %  l'> I I>'i U'KI, V.\|i I'. pin ) 1 'le k MARTIN I M %  • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADfc. COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 04C I40JO I -l.l. Ml SAVIXf :s IIA NK 'I i"i i\ > 'i NI:\\ Vi i|;K I'liilni i(. \ 111 MAN MAX I:I.I'\1I:I:R. : %  u\. I ... ... ,TiTNOTICE OF SUIT II 1 llvnuiii M.i\ III iml era HI 1-1. I::inn! i-rg, I w-|f-, %  \i I %  %  ,i Iliumbrrv K-iT Pram 1l." 1Bouli vard Whlti -1..in ... N,- Vol K Kli-i 1 SI 1 \ %  %  ^ I:TI\ ..-I 1 r 1 1:1.1. \1 \.-. in Kli ... 1 .... 1 ItlCRNC • \ ,v Ml I.I.KII \ %  ii-iupj % %  • 1 :\. • in tvti • •• I' %  ...,:. I ,:. %  \\ K IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COl T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTv FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65361 B i\ in: i:-i:ii. 1,1 .vi .it: usi S SARAH Vi -T,\ 11. ... NOTICE TO CREDITORS I'.. All 1 %  %  dll • '.I All IVi -• •' %  ..1 IN man Vi. mYou an hervb} notified thai ill.Rntali • n.-ii iuilun IKIi.i. 1. in iu •• li< •'" not If I wl 11 id .1 in-i \.... '1 ih 'i ii". a 1 • •-nl mi) i-lnlmi am I'onri oi ihi Kl€-\ 1 ml 1 %  %  nd I 11.1 1. %  'ouniv I.. '! %  • SJ I: Al'STI N ...... %  >m ih,. fu|. know 1 VIIM STIN %  !• %  %  %  SV 1 STIiNKYKRuoK • I • idi I i. .1 In I 'In 1 1 %  • %  %  • 1 \ .... %  I 11. ... IIARTIX l-'IN MA N Hi A v %  vv r I.K VTHKRMAN I It) K. M l.\M\N IN TH '. IV JUDGE'S COi R IN AND FOR DADE COUNT", FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60045-A %  UXAH NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOT'CE TO CREDITORS CMAPT6R •.' ar-sor 1941 File AA 21769 H KII Kin %  si • ( ... notified I I I %  1 S Mr I I !N .KKKliW I' i 1 Ion • • 1' %  I hull I %  %  \ • \mil l*|a I Raj 1 i in tin%  1 .!. 1 inN • i It \ VI V I Slli.NK> ;;'|1 Vilnir: ( \ .'. ; %  • -iE COUN JUDGE'S cmi; IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORiDA IN PROBATE No 65285C l\ I.i: I-He • KIZIOK IT IKRN I Hi ,-. ,1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS 11 .Rabbi Abraham J. Safra. Raav Hamachsher of quard for the public. Left to right are (top) Sol the United Kashrus Association of Greater MiKohlenberg, Herman Dale, secretary, Moe ami, and its Executive Board show the 1965 Thau, and jack Pomerantz, vice presiden' Botyel'ow sic. displayed in all butcher torn ure Nonnan Kaplan, president. Rabbi Safshops under the U.K.A. supeivision as a safera. and Joe Wilensky. vice president. %  A ill tillI I I •1 ir.. herby notified and "•• ol Win V n .,. "" %  IZK'K I I late of I M.1. 1 %  .I,. 1 •1.1. 1 %  ki nnd file tin 1 %  • :.. 1, f. the 1 • • • 1 n their oil •Id %  • %  1 %  %  -, %  : i 1.iv in 1 he month '' %  """' %  Ihi flrsl publl 1 • |e| Hie Maine will be H diiy 1 1 • %  • %  11 I al Miami. Florida, tl I || ,! \ V.Il \ JACK Kl TKRNICK 1: II 1.1: VTIII:I:M v\ • Blm _, .. A* 1 r iH-pill) 1 '-• I •--12/1 '



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Friday. January 1. 1965 Jewi*t ih rfrttor Pape lb A New Israel Cabinet Decides Not To Reopen Pinhas La von Case I Loading rabbis and presidents of the North Dade synagogues meet a' the home of Dr. and A:s. Max A. Lipschitz for a dinner meeting at khich North Dade participation in Combined ^Jewish Appeal It discussed. Dr. Irving Lehrman. 1965 CIA chairman, was guest at the meeting. Left to right are President Merle Michaels and Rabbi Richard E. Marcovitz. of Beth Moshe Congreqa'on: Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Younq Israel of Greater Miami: President Richard Sneider. Beth Torah Congregation; and President Bertram Lew and Rabbi Harold Richter. B'nc Raphael Congregation. Seated (left to right are Rabbi Jonah Caplan. Temple Adath Yeshurun, Rabbi Lehrman. and Rabbi Lipschitz. Beth Torah Congregc' ; on. labbis, Presidents In No. Dade Unite For CJA Campaign i Max \ I.:••-< bitz, spiritual %  d< r ni r.i tli Torah Com n -.. %  ; h -i %  < me u< the ind : i I leading rth D Tin p i lei .it joined l>r ti d M Up .mil Ii Irving Lcbrman, nfa iwd Jew lafa Appeal Pi : man ind Mi Lehrman in %  1 the n oguc* -r i. i i eaidents i rth Miami eomnunitj under Ml *i:i If nt I J \ Pledging their support toward 1% community program on behalf af the 41 Agencies of Combined Jaw %h Appeal were Rabbi Rich •rd E Marcoviti and President Merle Michaels, of Beth Moth* Congregation; Rabbi Liptchitx and President Richard Sneider, Of Beth Torah Congregation; and Rabbi Harold Richter and Presi dent Bertram Levy, of B nai Ra phael Congregation. V .: Jonail I ,.;iij:'.. •>! Ti % %  ; i v! ill Veshurun; Rabbi • i MM Stauber, "i n I >t i< Miami; an I Rabbi Shi \• : t'iiHe E locators \ \. %  > w .,t*., ai tiairman, Di Lehrman outlined tlith it home and bi i elv pi>ori from !!*• ani Hi' .ili spoke ot the United .) %  i-h Appeal's Itfesaving work in countries overseas tin' largest voluntary philanthropic program pver undertaken Rabbi Lehrman • %  urncd from pai i.> ipating in tinI .1 \ •• r.\ Nl York : cfaitz noted tl I .11 %  North Dade commui it) i* in • %  ade possible b\ I v hose v i*:".i and pai' the rea's to tin%  pn talus K.ilihis and president; their tin' • • at ion f"i thcom n.iiniH u nk program t 1 Rabbi Lehrman rl t<> lr\ in who i< r \ i, g '. lui of the North Dade *ynaj %  •• i am Continued I'om Paoe 1-A convention scheduled tor February and that he would publish the new material which he submitted to the Justice Minister on the case after getting censorship clearance. Thi I • Staff Yitzhak Rabin on laili [ the incident on Mount \\ %  • la) in w hit h three l i •• % %  bordei ; v ••: !• ounded b) Jordanian i ire *hik Aral Momen who were permitted i.\ the i i ithontii • \ i >t .HI 'li\e grove m the Israi li PI :\ I ii.' Ministei Eshkol repoi tu thr Cabinet on his meek kid Bull, chief of •.'..(! of tin t nited Nation* 11 ucc Supers i inizatum, in which Ihe runner Mrs. Grossinger Endows Facility A new dining hall will b< con -.: ui led mi th<' centi is of Ihe Hebrew L'niversit) "i Jerusa me of Mrs New York Statr rest*rt o .> ner and Miami B< nsident it >.i • announced bj the %  i ru an Km Hebrew l njversits The SlOi housed m thr Jew ish Nat I niversits Librars the lai ,n 'ii tincamp is nd I be ibrai > of both the in ai .1 the st ite of Isra I he Jennii i.. wsinger Dii which ".II provide meals to -',i.' • nominal costs, .i~ .c" ped in con lunction : th the • I I M Jo eph .1 i and for L a lei ship ,.t the Hebrew I niversits lite I'N ofl nment t e \ ie ui the incident ai I thai lh< liberati attai k men a*ed border t a si |i .• %  ••IMilt I %  • Ihe Iai t thi I'nited • n t. ,.i the i II lit to i ,i i • %  In Bull | IK'I rlenl *fc & GET AWAY FROM IT ALL Mi) t. i.al'owW by ••• • %  L.."> do l> in a 'o' o' i>>o! dot long. %  *•. o' ,"' '** arine o n d o-j A PARADISE' ow co b. >.,-•. j^pt b d'n.ng l{y th* p.cwo. 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lay. January I. 1965 -Jmlslikxridkifl Paqe 3-A. Hot, Talianoff are Named to Co-Chair Trades and Professions Council on Pallot, president ol i, iiii Co and Geoi i Ltfj Mi.iun Bench aitocne) j... leader, have been named ?r:nrn Ol tl:o Trades ,,n.l l m Council of the 1963 i-i| J.\Mh Appeal, it wan red by Or Irving I.ehr 11 \ eoeral i hairman [addition la bringing leader the TIMIU -md Profeewone of Combined Jewish Apia to appointre> h.ixcbecn led to wrea an the i96.s < am i ,i hi net Hot. who recently received Leadership at en ovtttandirtfj young o* Fod.r.tton end o* the Miami Jewish commu larvd m 1H4 as co-chut el the Manufacturing TransDrien m*4 a* a member ol the Campaign Cabinet. He also served as chairman of th Automotive Groip of CJA in 1*63 and chairman ol the 1964 Budget Stuc'y Committee of Federation. Pallot will also head the Manufacturing and Transportation Division in addition to the Trades and Professions Council. rved as i hail m i i vei l'i\ ision ol i mbii Jew i tppcal in the 196-1 i am I "I tillMVI-I important pi Id both Miami ari •i i ( \ \ member I I i B Mi. i i .1 VICI I le i i i-;i ler ol B'nai ien tag apresi enl i % %  :i h l.'i'i %  man ol the Rxeeutive Be lad .i.i i eral national B B i nil roanmitti • Talianoff was a Special Assistant Attorney General of the State o* Florida. As eo heads of the Trade and l'i iii -sums i mini ii Pallot and .nnii will direct a lari:e group %  I volunteer leaden who will si rve •i hair men and aaaoi late chairmen ol the leading trade*, industries and professions' in all parts of Dade Count; "The Trades and Professions are the lar^r-t division in the annual campaign on behalf of I! Bgefl etee." Dr l.ehrman said Miami Branch T Transfers Facilities To Mew Headquarters Here on Trail NORTON PAllOT Film Series Due at Zamora in H< I hel Brooks spiritual leader of Temple Zamora has n i pries of filmand i on Israel i" t %  n to Tem I %  5 Sch 1 students Films on Israel have beei %  '• .d for I'II' Temple Religious s, h al and the) ill be shou n every Sunday morning, 10 36 %  m during the entire month ol Jan uar> Parents an the new loca i ni 'i v.ednesdaj On Sunday. the G ildi • I I Friendship Chin brought itmi irs! in ordei .ii the nes. laeilitj lor the ins' time when president V raham B< i i i pe I I %  ivel The D;i\ i ent< iiSei lor Citizens led Die da>. w ith the i hur Abraham Id un< hwi Ihe folk in the %  \ di'eli ini;s Held their first ilit) .iiiTaii Mpha 11 meg a Phi Kappa ma Si ma D< Ita Phi Ch ia 1 Kapp i Dell I-i Alpha Phi Pi, Delta Psl G ma and Sigma Phi Plans for Ihe future \


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Page 14-A •IfHitffkriJLir Fnday. January 1. 1966 Between You j Me: By BORIS SMOLAR Problem of Growing Intermarriage Coming to US Forefront ** ....,., i. .., m ,i iho lymotonw of whal %  THE PROBLEM o( growing intermai riage between Jews and non-Jews mj ;hicountry icoming more and more to the forefront in America) Jewish community life. It has reached .i point where! the Federation ol Jewish Philanthropies : New York the largest Federation in) •h not know who his nelshboi is on the same floor, it is easj to %  •> intermarried v Itrac! ing any special attention The initiative taken by the New York Fedei ation lo arrange fo ol the causes ol intermarriage and on remedies to v-enl its growth will probabl; i emulated now bj er at ions in other communities Perhaps the mosl i result of the two-day discussion, in which rabbis and social workers partici] ate I is the form I i given they III II to forrion News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN Record Participation at Zionist deference >,, ii T HE 26th ZIONIST I lh in ill have %  record : I %  • %  M .",i com ell e th.it! 100 n es ol youth nts, oi ganization* a n d I,, M-hal i xtent this unusualli ,. • be taken as i measure ol the actual growth revitalization oi the Zionist movement is as too early to tell, though it doe* reflecl the efforts being made in this direction Much will depen the ability ol the movement to break away irom established patterns, the inadequac> ol which ha> becn proven over the past years In thi> connection one should stress the merit „i the ; which "ill be placed in-toro the Congress to change itpresent partisan framework VII ato enable t">th individuals and organizations to become part of the Zionist movement without the prerequisite of having to subscribe to any of the Zionist parties While the idea brought forth some years age ol replacing the Zionist Organization with an organl zation of "Friends of Israel" never appealed lo Cgjgj Spotlight: By MIITON FRIEDMAN War en Poverty Washington) r E ISRAELI Urn and the kil> ii.t/i'ii have developed edu-l cational techniques to be used m| President Johi oi War on Poi Whi n unskilled Ami ricai yi ut'.-. ini I iding Negroes, arc trained bj the new urban jol expei ience will e. This aled| the 1 tfice ol Kaui lion It was meanwhile learned that Ai edu ... ...• ate iacial integiation ol scl thn ujjh -• experieni e in e lu< al iiltura bai kgrounds L'ndez a small liut highly promising pi rei ben have been enlisted to conduct %  i %  -<•. %  h i ijects related i" current vital problems \ i ed i tio Dr Francis \ .' lanna direct i the Office Fducati n*s division ol educational research termed the Israi ects our %  ce lit said Ihe Israelis performed "very • phisticated i i ..t iona real \ alue to culturally lirived American children includin Ihoa I Nt • %  Pueii Ri< an ba< kgrounds 1 he resean h is finai Pul I : Act of i PI ol -nr plus L'.S i he sales bj the i government The law permit portioi %  ship of aciei rch Although the I'nited St iti cnl> .".! l-i i. '' • have proved exl IOI Unary according to Ralph C \l Flynt mmissionei %  I the B %  Edui tiona • earch and Dei elopn \ir Flynt has visted Israel several limes IN deeply impr I bj Israeli educational efl Me feelthat i1 i i tegration oi such minorities Yi menites and Moroecam is helpfully analagous in current attempts to Integra i i :i in AIIHTU an -i i The i S experts • impressed by Israeli ad vances in the basM pi icesa of learning to read Methodof teaching illiterates by the Israel Anns have been noted Such techniques nun prove ol v.ihie to Ihe newly 01 II Ized dome-tie peace tiiknown aVISTA Volunteers In Service to Amer icai Israeli insights and findings will lx> available to K Sargent Shriver, the Administration's antipovert) chief .. tpi d, thi' !' % %  • I utmo-l spi %  %  I ito be gi> en mi n i i 1 Immigration II ..... ... • ed Indi ed. in I • • %  quartci million rest nting a higl ini| years when then the dimensions of in ns iron closing ol Ihe gales ol countries which unl I • i-onstil led a ma> liot urce 1 he imposin quart i millioi immigrants inol hi %  %  • levoid aspects, the ni.nn one being that onl> aboul 22.000 trom among them can .... tries More specifically, durinii 1961, 1962. 1963 tir-i three months ol 19W only 184 cami Ii Western Europe; 2.395 Irom England; 6.612 li the l A and I i i Latin An ica Compared with earlier years these figures 'i" repreaent an increase certa nly as far .iI.atm American countries go — but surel) these are (mures leaving much lo be wished lor Surely an annual immigration rate ol lew than 2.000 from the U.S.A. and Canada ifar irom any reasonable target It i> dear that much reatei efl rts will I to be direi ted tow ard thi i ation trom Ihe Westi I (rative for Israel since Ihe imi ntm inearing it-con< lusn The past [out yeai %  • prove men! in thi ... only difficult In ved, Imi which w stanl flui' il the annual lota the fluctual i.uich as 100 percent Tl there were montl ti. be kept in transit c %  mps .ii • ad} i'he • tti.ii pert en! I the mm, %  ii i ly Irom -lup• %  "letitpn • -. am <• Ihe ren and Youth Aliyan D Mo. I. K • >n B g i V", \„H,uH, Jewry today The v. %  lei %  %  Khola 7 r %  .udicnrel Th c • consumptive condition oi Jewish life, he *ant „ ,iso the sell alienation ol Ihe Jewish tntelleetaale and Mnencan J ^ scholars that • know what l ".• ascribed lh i %  idera .horn he accused ol evadn mn} •"" l M*rttual :!,„Healso.ttrib led it to th. • ;"" eat in transmitting the Jewish heril %  <" Mitt. Ml, .... betted in their %  • lure Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Changing Calendar I TS TIME TO I hi I on the wall I heard a :' I them |0 KiiMiai • II leachei Baked ee pupils whal pictures thej had hai thi illol th. .'| homi l he firal > I they had 'he pictures ol Marx oa their wails i that on their ills Ihej had \ and Leoia Tbr th.rd -i Jewish boy -aid Ihes hjd no • res hang i why nol aaked th* teacher "Because laid the Jrwi-h boy our family • I el us I it. in the m Russian catch up and I nil hive %  • %  • >ji • it • iving %  • t:l jtter •• differ.ran %  f a 16 yeai ether %•• '.i I l>r*ti pre %  ,i neat, ha •rok> %  -,k era B UH Listcninq Post: By SAUl CARSON Battle tc Keep Israel Out of 'Group 77' UERE WE ARE I n< n %  ...... the twi ntiel [ the t< '• : • • pryth I l %  of ihe %  t'cii tiot licipation. in I %  %  %  %  triew huh are insistu afflui nee. Tl ntrie I the the have nots' in tl Is ol life, socially and eeonomn all; i -• %  HI 0) nized by the United Natu i land w.isubjected to a sqw • % %  the %  i -•• %  • %  • i which insisted on keepint thi l< .,.stati %  Group ol T: tion to : Israel into the group \ as. of course. i athei thai • n i or MM ial res l| ..pplica.. to rr. B .I ittac Wl ... iad aad had n Based It m< • i • • ild definitely Israel II I the other vutoeommille* exeoM for to h.n. torn* • Stnee lb* General Assembly *:.< m a ib due to I n ihe financing ol praceoperatioM ihieh ilso involves -alapaaMra i • aaaaai other, MM of the Assembly


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Friday. January 1. 1965 • 'Jm1st Fkrldteir Paqe 13-A ,!0' l*aet Kfrthnrr — • ANSME EMES. 4-.J3 6W lth A.e ConiPrvJl'Vf rvices Jltis lAJcehend •i CANDUUGHTING 71/HI 27T*eth — 5:21 pjn. BETH DAVID X?i SW Vd A.. Con. trrvative Conor William W Lb>o. < rti | i" tv rn n l.j II I.I ,_.. ; i >.. I %  i. • # • • M i; %  .. BETH EL JOO SW mil Av. Orthe 1 R .hhi Solnmtn Srh.f* ___ r ''"' rT LAUDEROALE EMANl EL 'SOI V E And,..., Av „„„..,, Rj ~, R'C*ard M Lev,ton '' R^bb. E B, ,"U^V S h < FBRE AC^DtVv MOO Pine,,.. 30. R.bb. Of We.n „. OrfodOA RjDbi *l..l0,r S C'911 eBSLT ^i:T^r.':"„r rn JACOP 'oi |ti A, % %  I I -M OD' SH • ':c 1 Mai R--n *•. H' A V — • i r H MI i AT, 0 S • *w v. :> >•. %  .. W i ... |BETH RATMAFL Hi ti Krtefler, tar. UlTM TntAH. M AvOr IneOei Rabb, Joeeph I Rack — • |BFTM TORAM 16atn S! ",! Nt lit* Aw* Conte'* >l v* R.IIO> M i %  L n • •: I* Clr'lor Ben £ j n K.. • Heel I • S-JC-.ro Cantor Wh„0jn H Ibl Man. • -t-.i I Cental, il.r 1 • ...... SPAELI'8 • %  • %  I %  T > rib •H| of the Hebrews, huih lenl me unto thee, laying Lei Mj people go" (7:16). Vayera Cod t. id Moses th:it He had flrsl appeared to Abraham, Isaac nn>\ Jacob as Kl Shaddai, ami had made a cm.n.-.r;t with tinpatriarchs to give them the land ol Canaan Not hearing the unhappj cry oi thchildren rrf Israel, the Almight) ^ :i reminded "i his covenant. Pharaoh refused to lei thichildren <>f Israel depart from the land •>! K :> pt (;<*! brought seven plagues on the Egyptians in an attempt to iorce Pharaoh's hand. blo thunderin -. and hail; and I will let you go" (Exod 8 21 28i Bui when the plagues stopped, Pharaoh's heart was hard ened again, ai d hi refused t<> let the Israelites 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 Shenoold and the volume is available at 11 William St., New York 5. NY. President of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang. THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT Traditional Rabbis Decide Against Ncn-Kosher Affairs v SvONAiRES C O N G R FC.ATION II a Ha M .dem Trad.t.onal. SAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW ISIrd St (ooi. ,j|iy, Rabb. Ha'Oid R. enter [Canter Jack Ltrner e OHEv SHALOM '1 Sormandv O' Ortxo.ioi Rabb. Pn *,% Webar. W BAN HEBDIiV C'RCLE OF Ml AMI 'II *i..i')lon A.e O'tho %  Rabb, Oav Roif.f*-.| • SOUTHWEST CENTER a:8 SW Bin st Conservative, Rat>b> Zevi GreanMOM. %  i AOLER GRANADA V SW *••! SEPHARDiC JEWISH C E N T E R S4^ I Co-ii'yii-.i Rabb, David RoaCon.'- A.e Rev Ctnfr Sao, Nan fed Canio' George Goidbarg itilai A TASTE OF HEBREW I 8 A Weekly Column for Beginners pa aaaaaa l by THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE tad Ike AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION MUnr: D* *HI OMO KODF.^H I M : ..' Ym BteaM hsi do roe I am l.i'kine tot a certain apar I I am scauhing f.'t a certain fjrn.1% Whai i\ the mmr of the f jniil*' The name of ihc (MBIT) i < .-hen TV lamiU !;.f\ in this • I to not know ihc aumbci > %  the hows 1 hat \ not CVVKI In tVOn MWSa in IBaS BtTMl there h a ( nhen On ever) iooi i>f sverj houis iheie IS a ( uhen Yoti have i<> s frottt h,':i% to house You hae to jo from fkMN to BoCH You have to to fiom ap.i'tmenl lo apai intent lhi> i' (,ou :-:s-rn eaeayl --;~~ -• ZZ"Z *.* • T %  > %  eat ea> • ea • %  • %  %  ) m H n SB ._r — .... j ... --.-*=.-*; %  : .-:*• t*"| ""x %  ;•,-rt""2 r:** %  *"? fWHJ _.._. .-..-;-—2 -,-H • • Z .... a, of thli>ntirt loi I know (m ) in loa] ery floor you mutt I have lot (m ) vou have lo (u |m ) from bouv lo house advKe iOl'K UK1IONVKV KOR TODAY 71" ,J ? ra)V •m riff rg nw | mrj Bacnss me. %* >ev please I am looking (vcaxchini for) apartment apartments a BSftaia apartment family — families name number — numbers :ri JTT?C — im m-i'V np^oo rrjn — iff vta or — 15=? TEVPLL EVANL EL "0' Ai.-") ton Avt C "•.4: Rabb irvmg Letirman .-. • %  — e riMPLI ISRAEL 137 \F ith St Re'o'". Rll.bi Joaeph R N. • %  N. v — e TEMPLE JUOEA 3?0 Palermo <>• L.be.ai R'lo'i" Rai.o, Mori • Kip. per |im .1 — • TEMPLE MENORAH SM PSth St Con.ervatw^ Rabbi Ma.er AbramOV..II C mlor Edolrd K le It 1 1 • I \' \ — e •IVPLE NER TAMID SOtr. St ang Tat %  •> Wate'xa. Modern T,ja, tionai Ratio, Eugene Labovitj Cantor Saul H B,-• TEMPLE OR OLOV Co',itiH IV\ ttn SI Miam Rano Sami.ei Ap-,i Cantor N,co Zeldman •I -.iPLE SiNA OF NOTM MIAMI 12'00 NE istn A.e Reform Rabb Daniel v L^V, i ml Cnet Car VI TEMPLE TF'HFTH JATOR %  <•,• 1 IT-Av^ H sieah c "ir'.iiiv? •( %  '•". I I \-ORA a Zamora Ava 1 larvat.vt R< • 1 • TEVLF : ON BOO R Coneei. 1: >e Rabi A • ... man TlFERETH ISRAFL H00 N M a — Ave Conae, vat.ve. Rabbi Henr, WermcW %  VOt NC. ISHAIL ">0 Sf •"•t St 0'tnodo Raon, 6herwm Sta utter 1 • \| \ 1 I DR M \X I IPSC1II 1 \ Miami E off. unami By DR MAX LIPSCHITZ Belh Torah Congregation Ouestion: Should traditional rabbis attend nor l.osher religious celebrations? At •' • %  • %  sho ild liki '.IM/.' thai this response i> directed t,. Jews who espouse the dhi rence ol Kashrut. it not lor 1 h < %  m 1 elves, at It-a-t lor their s>nagogues spiritual leaders ihidiet •' 1 j law now prat ticed 1 > Jew s i"t 0\ !• r Him' mil lenia have been responsible 1 o r the conservation a n d intensifies t 1 11 n 11 .lew ish life and tradilion Although t h e Torah cate gorizei Kashrut .1. one "i t h %  statutes (Hukkimi for which there no reasons given, Maimorudes .iinl others agree thai it enhances the sell • ol our biologi i al appetites and ui e Sti an .e how our du I 1 hoi estrol const iou genei a pline it -*-11 I r phj ..1 health, and at the same tin I it diffi i ult to adopt .1 il.i't • • od 1 .m • its idles B< thai \ th"' Ji Orthodox 1 %  •i'b) h that al li st • n4 1 its lo max K %  ', in rate th I Even the clement n I on itivi rabbiA idhen I K rut Moreover when %  : ,,t. -,;n'.. "in the ssnagi 1 %  allj b) virtue o( the essential na ture ol this sim ha, il becomes .1 v\ n function Now w h .,in in > opinion the sj 1 annot imp 1 -•• its public w .11 the private religious disinclination ol the individual, it does behoove the s> 11.. %  -:" % %  tie and itreligious tionariea not to public!) sane • on what it. national rabbinic bod) considers %  travest) ol the mitzvah itseli 1 quote from the I r.ite.l >> na %  ue Ret ie .• %  1 Sp< in19W "it devolves upon the synagogue to teach religion and ritual noi mete |j b) leel I sermon but b) example as well It i> lor tin. reason thai m afta %  % %  their lend Bai Mitzt ah parties hei < non I • KI it In-.11. In .1 recent letter to m> own n. I stated '1 he decis n belie*.. us was difficult, since we all sincerelj sire to share in your joyous occasion, .mil we -till shall in OUI rts and uiil wishes, whethei w e are presi nl "r nol We Join m.uiv 1. 1 on.colleagues throut the count!> who have sear their souls and consciences, and whose decisions have been well re i r ived bj then communities "We are confident that you, tOO will appreciate our conviction. and strengthen our hand-, bj re '.n, .mi decisions .1spiritual le.iilei M.i'. e .til thai we •' st you in planning \oui lion B it a rabbi also requires the emenl 1 his laj lei ship 1 commend our own Execu live Committee I n strengthening the hand of itrabbi, as well athe m.1 i"i itj of our I ion I I., hot • %  for the emphatii n this il.. ision Edwnrd T. Newman, local funeral diioctoi and owner oi the Newmon Funeral Home In Miami beech, is conqratulated upon his election as first vice president of the Jewish Funeral Directors of America Association by Burton L. Hirsch. president, at *.he recent convention of the Assoc lalion at the Concord Hotel in Kiamesha Lake, N.Y.



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?coe :i •JmistFkrMtor Friday Vrr-irrr %  *•= MM : %  ~-e ".%  :-.* %  .e~ %  -'. r.c.v K::: loaboc Sere-. P.ucy r>c_joe. Lee BUS ;;: TkaTU S*-:'--" •%  %  ere '-'e-e-ccTcet Meyer Duniij 'e-ce: • :.r Mvroc Mtf~—r. Sc--e. Gerscr.' cr.c >:crr.e berj>or_ 7-_-c roar ex* Me*ocrr.et S^aoc Mcrxcr>cr.. A ". _i"lack Ckenacr.. rr.c rLe-cacx aToonn K xajCtaci Be Beca ere M—3 ccr.es 7r.e-occ.re sers-.cr. RIM DC *-'" : '-" Pre BC De : -• c_r. .: coxm Mctmcc 5erotlc •--. •.;; '-'..-.:ZJCM -. S Satoda e ru a aics lead d Geraid lerrec '•__-. site oe rooceer: • .eooert :.• %  -. % %  %  : S -_ %  % %  --** %  .-.-. -. ;r crraiS^i Srecr^c K^rr_ Sevan '>crjrjei c L'ewai KOBMS •r: -. c —e _•_-•'."" S : : --. SoecxA-n -_oe t '_-•-.-.~-.-_ L-ertr Lett KJCi Baked X New Exhibition At Beth Sholom : os mronid troc y.v pmmu M epe ?c~ baa •bar pis s.c-_ry.r.c "c the boa bw r niHi ~ Worr. .-.-. be Book oJ (he Geeatei Miaa Womeni L..-i.-.r. Mn Sczeuai Mn Avrahan Harmon iriii -.: %  be leraed AaKbaBBodai ba (Inilad SkUea .oo£ or. Pw> &e.vc-.cr. wrs r*cce c re A--r.er.ccr. Frjer.cs c: 're Hebrew Uuiveualy V.'v-cr. at (be Ye-'--: -r.cr.ec-. or vrbicn Mn. Her %  -.1 aeeei %  paakoi Cedars Names New Director Ccdaa • Hcwpv %  %  •' IT. %  i> •* i • %  s$m • -. gran • .:;-•' %  • ":' •• StMC a i ( %  %  %  • Hodosscrfi Unite Sieve Meetings %  % %  >Vortrri Towers Grip Irs. I %  '•'• '•'--•'. • pn ..jent Stephen WIM Group of Hada• %  :! at tfl Hn The %  .-• Celebrote Their 50th Anwf versary -L iwnin Mr aart vca at ta* I.L*fl* Hei %  IK Ka Ne- -JK io4 y-rf**er *s tae ret*i >nrtmrr bwts-H ior m*wr %  %  Bar B nib Sacarn L*4x The ople *** taree ctiJareB V -. Irvta %  A Scatad Mrs. Kelemer Wins Award ...... %  *-* %  ef aaa kaOed Tb* aave v •e* Mr* a*i f h \ TiLHe Weaas WrHarrr J *e \*.\rt MrKgltaaw *i-o :• .i: .• "A %  %  • tat "4 Ml Sinai Hospital Garden : r her Ulent and > :'-tjr -• ire N>th to the Garden Cluh and to the hospital G =ai Mr sen Ml ca to the rojf ttLimii Sihtr OH to Co/aell Paul Stiver aon f Jack S of Miami Beacr: (tudeat the I'M L'poo eaavan there, hell att n '• %  % %  %  n rtaan i school for a fear befon father arxl partner H in the Black Anru peri A mi At tk M G< o\ M P* A Pc Bt FRIEDMAN'S ftAKERT Welcome 1965! BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR TO ALL CUR FRIENDS Start the New Year Right! PURE BEEF DELICATESSEN PRODUCTS FROM CHICAGO AT LEADING FOOD STORES EVERYWHERE KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. OF CHICAGO Exc.uti'vefy Diitrtbuied By Coastline Provision Co., Inc. 855 BISCAYNE STREET MIAMI BEACH| FLORIDA Phcne 538-6231


Friday. January 1, 1965
+JelsHhridia>t
Paqe 3-B
Israel Bonds Surpasses 1964 Sales Goal
At Ambassador's Ball Saturday Night

Gj. Eliot' Roosevelt, representing the Roosevelt family, pre-
SIs the Eleanor Rooievelt-Israel Humanitarian Award to
I. Anna Brenner Meyers on Saturday night at the Ambas
01 s Ball, climaxing the 1964 Israel Bond drive in Greater
MjBmi. Representing the State of Israel in the presenta'ion
ciAnony (right) is Ambassador Amiel Najar. Israel's envoy
ilgium and presently in the United States as a member of
[Israel delegation to the United Na'ions.
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5!
Bcolorful highlight of the Ambassador's Ball was the grand
fcrch of dignitaries who comprised t'#e official entourage of
liel Najar, member of the Israel delegation to the United Na-
is. Foremost in 'he grand march were Trustees of Israel,
b. and Mrs. Sam Blank, and Shimon Yallon. Israel's Consul
literal to Southeastern United States, and Madame Yallon.
Others in the Ambassador's official entourage were Mr. and
i. Carl Weinkle, Leonard Rosen, Rep. and Mrs. Claude Pep-
r, Gen. and Mrs. Eliott Roosevelt, Mr. and Mrs. Sidnev D.
sin, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Jack S.
sick, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Gans, Mr. and Mrs. Shepard
3ad and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Corner.
)RT 141/DERDAlE'S NEWEST API.
CORAL LAKE TOWERS
NOW RENTING!
ni .1 Sp.ictom Ap.ntmcnl Yeai
nd for LESS han s
I r-tr Juit complet-d imme-
.-cy. 1 or 2 Bedrocks
r Pool. Individual A
ing r.nd Heat
Write (or Free Broc
Phone: 5669855
1831 N.E. 38th Street
Ft. LauderJale, Flo.
Abbey Hospital Director
President of Vanderbill Enter
prises, Edward L. Parker, has be-
come an honorary director of the
i Hospital, 5190 SW 8th St.
\> honoi.it;, i irector, Parker i>
"dedicatin j hint -''it i assisting
Vbbej Hospi al tn full} achieve its
l>lete personalized pa-
tient care and to raise the public
funds thai will permit the hospital
in increase its < haritj work," ac
ci rding to officials of the hospital.
Debutantes, diplomats and digni
taries In l| dor's Ball on Saturday nighl al t li -
Pontainebleau Hotel a festive "BP
casion celebrating the most sue
cessful year in the historj (I the
Israel Bond drive.
Total 1964 sales announced by
Israel Bond Chairman Leonard
Rosen was S2.570.000, surpassing
the S2.5 million goal for the year
Topping an impressive list of
notables at the ball was Israels
Ambassador Amiel Najar and Ma-
dame Najar, who made tins then
first official appearance in the
L'nued States. Najar i> a member
oi the Israel delegation to the UN
Honored at the ball was Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, who re-
ceived the Eleanor Roosevelt-
Israel Humanitarian Award.
Presentation was made by Gen.
Elliott Roosevelt, selected for
this role by members of the
Rcosevelt family.
More than 1,000 | ui sts attend
ing the ball were received bj Am-
Cancer League
Slates Meeting
Women's Cancer League ol Mi
ami Beach will hold its regulai
month!) meeting on Priday, Jan
8. at the Rone> IMa.a Hotel
Mrs Jerome Rado, president,
will conduct the 10 a.m board
meeting and the noon luncheon.
Reports will be read by the sixth
annual Luncheon Committee chair
men. and by the Boutique chair
num. Mrs. Joseph Segal.
Nominating Committee for 1965-
66 will appoint its chairman, and
the slate of Executive Officers and
members of the board will be
scheduled for the election meet
inj; to be held in March.
Workmen's Circle
In Bock Review
Workmen's Circle Branch 1084
c i North Dade-Broward County
\, ill hold a business meeting on
sunda). 6 30 p m at Washin
Pederal Auditorium. 699 NE 167th
St., "n Sunday
The meeting will be followed by
a hook review. "The Chosen One
bj Harrj Simonhoff, will be re-
viewed bj Dr. Sigmund Fogler, re-
tired principal in the New York
public school system
Author Simonhofl will be pies
ent i" answer questions
bassador and Mine Najar Tfnd
their cntuorage, which included
<>n yallon, Israel's Consul to
"the Southeast Region ol the U.S.,
and Nip" Yallon, Rep. and Mrs
Claude Pepper, liott Roosevelt, Mr and Mrs. Leo-
nard Bo-en. Mr. and Mrs. Benju
in in Meyers, Sidnej Ansin, chair
man oi the Patrons Committee,
and Mrs Ansii Jack S. Popick
chairman ol the Israel Bond Board
ci Governor; and Mrs Popick,
Mr. and Mrs Sam B'a ik, Mr and
Mrs Carl Weinkle and 16 debu
Unites i' ho made tin., formal bow
at the ball
Present) d to V. iar were cms.
-.uiis ol More than 30 nations in
.i ceremonj ex| re* inn mutual
oodwil r.ted were men
n ho were 1964 honor-
ees al Dinners oi State held by
I nples.....rganization! n the
course cl the current yeai Among
those assisting in the formal pre
-i ittati m were Shepard Broad.
.lack i ai ner, Sydm j Gans and
Philip Ros
The 16 young ladies presented
in a colorful debutante cere-
mony included Bonnie Cayle Cy-
pen, Leslie Gail Fin.", Stephanie
Alice Frehling, Sandra Sue Is-
aacs, Janet Let'ore Katz, Rosa-
lind Merritt, Linda Iris Pollak,
Janet Sue Rabinowitz.
In the receiving line ot no-
tables greeting more than
l.i'OO guests ct the Ambas-
sador's Ball on Saturday
night in 'he Fontainebleau
Hotel are Sidney D. Ansin
chairman of the Patrons
Committee, and Mrs. Ansin.
Sandra Lynn Rubin. Ellen Gaii Weinkle, Sandra Lois Weinstein,
Schaffcr. Margie Pol Shulman Meryl Sue Weston and Lesly<
Carol Sheila Trent, Romcllc Ernes L'arcl Warshaw.
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