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The Jewish Floridian ( January 8, 1965 )

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. NAHUM GOLDMANN new understanding ily's Prexy jelped Save lany Jews I — (JTAi — Italy's n e u ;ii•• ;. Giuseppe Saragat, a l %  -!. fought bnth Faclam and n his native Italy and e<\ -ave thtlives of manj infed victims, Jewish and nonIsti of the totalitarian rets, Jewish circles emphasized ;: %  .'. eek official visit to Egypt last told Egyptian l)eput> Mahmoul Fawzi that he vi-itcd Israel and that, on \.-.t. he "had thtbonor to ame in the memorial torn the 6,000.000 European .-)' victims ol the Nazi holo St He bluntly told his Egyp•th.ii "Israel cannot be %  with alleged aggressive hut :. a symbol ol the -., •! suffered by Jew s,' and Continued on Page 16-A Restoration' f Palestine 'owed at UN JERUSALEM (JTA) Dr Na hum Goldmann addressing the i pening si ssion ol the I'tit'i World Zionist Congress, said this week that the principal uoal of Zionism should be close cooperation with Israel to assure Jewi.h survival, lie listed three specific tasks for lh • 11 (lav ennclav e 1. To -start a now aitack against the present "complacent >tate of mind" of the Jewish people to make Jews understand that neith er the position of Israel nor the future of Jewish communities outride of Israel is sale. 2. To inaugurate a new chapter ol close cooperation between the Zionist movement and Israel and to make the Jewish state a major force in securing Jewish survival 3. To reorganize the organization forms of the world Zionist movement, to do away with "hindering" traditions, and "to open wide its doors to welcome every individual and organization ready to accept the Zionist program hut not ready to join one of the existing parties." Dr Goldmann expressed appre ciation to the Israel Government and especially to Premier Levi Eshkol, for "the new spirit of under. tandinL; of the necessity to strengthen the Zionist movement" displayed by the government. He lauded the government's willing ne.s to cooperate with the Zionist movement "fully" and to back the efforts of the Zionist movement "by the tremendous prestige which only Israel possessed today in Jewish life." He expressed hi* conviction that Israel was ready for such full cooperation "as never before."' Dr Goldmann told the 3.000 del egates and guests assembled in Continued on Page 7-A THANKSGIVING DAY COLLISION Zim to File $2 Million Claim for Shalom Wreck Urge Powers to Bar Atom from Mid-East l the "Arab I.iberanixati formed by the Vi League states, the Daily 'ported here from Bel M ting official "Arab Libera nizattoi soun > • I irut report stated that It the arm. being allocated tin' Palestine 1.1 b e ration im are being withdrawn from i • SON let arm. m Eg] pt which Moscow ha* promki i eplaee w 11. %  more mode' %  > | equipment Another Rei %  %  reported that Egypt l ii re named their joint i o imand w hlch h t" pie i' Mv military uni in o| the ]' Each ol the g Juth;is name.I 25 men to hiI %  mmand, headed on the i side i >> President Gam a I } :i the Iraqi Continued on Page 3-A NEW YORK—(JTA -The Middle East "is the one region" in the u orid "where intervention ol atomic weapon, on either or both side, would fatally aggravate tension..' in tinopinion of Raymond Aron, oni' of France's leading po lit ical commentators However, in his survej on 'he .pre.ol ol nuclear weapon^ in the Januarj 1063 Atlantic Monthly. Aron doubted that the United state, •r.d the Soviet Union v ould be "dragged into a holoi aust bj the possible insanity ol Middle Eastern nation. He cited two reasons for the likelihood of nu'lear holoca-JSt in the Middle East. First, he noted, "Israel is a small country in close proximity to Egypt, whose cities in turn are of ma jor importance." He argued this would make for a highly unstable situation because the advantage of a "preemptive • &f rike" wO"'d probably be decisive for the crintry taking such action. The other reason, he declared. was that for either side, "wiping out the entire population" now in the area, would not be incompati hie "with the aims of one of the belligerents Moreover, he noted. the atomic weapon would be a su premelj efficient instrument for imposing a drastic peace on the I ser because extermination of the enem.v could precede victoryThe commentator concluded that i. there was one area in the world hire the major power, have an n to block the introduction Ol nuclear arms, it i> "certainly" Middle East. He noted that Israel and Egypt both signed the parti d test ban and that though both countries have missiles," no other country is ready for the time being to Slipplj warheads. Tht manufacture of nuclear warheads, he added, requires time, money and tests outlawed bj the treat) lie warned thai the danger to •. hich Israel and Egypt would ex Continued on Page 11 A NEW YORK—(JTA I—A S2.000.0im claim for damages will be filed within a few days by Zim lines against the owners of the Norwegian tanker Stolt Dagali as a result of the collision between the Zim-owned liner Shalom and the Norwegian tanker on Thank.giv inu Day off a fog-bound New Jersej coast, il was learned following an exchange of conflicting statements between the owner, ol the two .hip.. A statement blaming the Stolt Dagali as the sole cause for the crash was made by Eugene P. Gil* lman. an admiralty lawyer, in a report for the Zim Lines. Leiv A. Arntzen, president of the Scandinavian Marine Claims Office Inc.. speaking for John P. Pedersen and Company, owners of the Stolt Dagali, issued a statement in reply to the report by Mr Gilligan Mr. Gilligan charged that the Stolt Dagali was traveling at "immoderate" speed through sudden fog, failed to heed a fog signal from the Shalom, and altered course in violation of international navigation rules. He also asserted that the Shalom's radar was scanned regularly ad that when fcg suddenly enveloped the liner, Capt. Avner Freudenberg reduced speed and ordered fog signals. When a fog signal was heard by the Shalom, the report continued. the Shalom'., engines were stop ped. The report also denied that (apt. Freudenberg had sent out an erroneous position signal 15 miles ott his actual position im mediate!) alter the collision. The report asserted thai it the tanker had not altered position, the two ships would not have collided. Mr Arntzen. in his reply, called the Gilligan report "patently unConrinued on Page 1S-A United Jewish Appea To Hear Sen. Humphrey By Special Report With Vice Pre. dent Elect lb. bert H Humphre) a. principal speaker, 400 key Jewish leader. from all over the COUntr) will t'" mally launch the United Jewish Appeal's nationwide campaign to meet the humanitarian need, ol nearl) three-quarters of a million Jews oversea, on Saturday eve ning at the Mayflower Motel in Washington. D <' The leaders, headed b) Max M Fisher of Detroit. 1965 UJA gen eial chairman, will he convening STATUTE EXTENSION BATTLE STILL RAGES Only lesser' Criminals Will Escape im the organization's two %  tional inaugural conference, w traditional!* serves as the KUKH:I of the UJA's annual na! drive. Tin tola!., which w .11 b. announced at the conclusion of the conference on Sunda) i il be made up ot the personal contribu tions of the leaders attending, plus initial sums ra sed in a number ot communities throughcul the coun try in preparation lor this event This year's UJA drh e wil 1 ek $109,400,000 to aid the programs of the threemajor a :em :. -c \\ ing Jew ish needs the world over Humphre) head, a notable ros ter ol speakers who will address the opening banquet session Sat Continued on Page 2-A BONN IA \ ke> investiga tor ol Nazi war crime, insisted this week thai only lesser N.I/I t ; iminals w ere bkelv to escape ;o. edition as a result ot the West German Government's decision to i here to the statute of limitai, >ns for prosecution ol such Hamburg Senator disI uted thai contention Edwin I ele, director ol the it Ccii". MI renter lor the Ini cstigation ol Nazi Crimes at Ludvvigsburg. -inphasized, in a state i i hi at Stuttgart, that the mas. i i \../i .ir crimes indictments i h legal authorities have been working on was .till to come he West German courts. He add d that bv March, the tenter hoped to have transmitted to pub lie prosecutors about tOO addition i .i.e. so that pi isecution could begin before the coming into ef' %  el ol the statute ot limitations next Ma) [MHA Moves to New Quarters ... Pg. 8-10-A Sen. A. Kramer asserted in Hamburg, however, that federal officials were obviously expecting "a large and unknown figure of undiscovered Nazi criminals." Ke said this was evident from the federal government's appeal to governments and organizations in oiher countries for documentary evidence so that prosecutions could be started in West Germany before the deadline). Sen Ki amer -aid that E ist Eu n pean ('one iunist regimes v hich \ of the matei i il re Continued on Page 15-A SEN. HUBERT HUMPHREY pr'nr'pol speaker



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Page 2-A ** UnitffkrxJnr Brooks, Ruben Take Over Leadership Of Mercantile Division in CJA Campaign Joseph E. Brooks, vice president Thidivision co-chairmen also %  oeral merchandise tnanagei *rve on the i>3 CJA Campaign ol Burdine's, and William S Ru Cabinet, the t' p leadership body executive vice president *nd charged with the planning and implementation ot the Combined ; Jewish Appeal drive on behalf of 41 agencies in the (ireutci Miami aiea. nationally, in Israel and throughout the world. A.co-chairmen t one of the • Important trade divisions in the annuai CJA campaign. Brooks and Ruben v* ill head a Mercantile Division compo-ed of leading retailer*, wholesaler-. manufacturer^ distributor*, and kev \vorKer~ ir man> related indu-triev such as Jewelry, furniture and appliances, %  men'.sport,-no jr. hand, nun's and womenwear, and ri tail and department -tore-. HP* anticipate an out-tandinu response to the Mercantile Divin drive, ar.d arc -itt.n.. our top last >e.irrecord-breaking %  \ ;: hith helped the city-wide campaign exBed its goal ai • %  I'' 000 the pre JOSEPH E. BROOKS Friday. January 8. ];J Tifereth Jacob Sisterhood s P nsor a h,ncheon 0n Mono,, Tifcreth Jacob Sisterhood will 11:30 a.m '711 JULES PEARLMAN. A.S.A. && Senior Member American Soc ft, of Appraisers vembe' M.imi and Miam, Beach Board o Realtors ESTATES-COMOEMNATION-PARTITION-FINANCING 1015 S.vb.ld Bid, REAL APPRAISALS ESTATE WE INSTALL GLASS FOR EVERY Pt RPOSE STOtl ftONI PtATf ANO WINDOW GU$| f.rnifure Taps, leveled Mrrrart east If silvering Our Joecioltv L & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 1-134S Morris OrUu, Founder WILLIAM S. KVBIN i %  % %  that I the s< these 1 • %  • %  • -;. irive ini d Jev :-li Ap peal Rabbi Lehrma: stati They are following in the foot steps of their stores' presidents, Alfred H. Daniels, of Burdine's, and Robert Macht, of Jordan %  vAarsh who gave impetus and eadership to the division for several years. INVEST m ISRAEL BONDS AND THEY WILL PAY YOU BACK IN INTEREST AND HUMAN FULFILMENT Aloyshie friedbrrg ys&rSe cwtce PPESCKIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CtNTtn Of THf SOUTH .... ^. *., FEL DAPACE IN Ri- CONVE-.iENTO BlbES 728 LINCOLN ROAD IO-I fM Pnone JE 8 0749 Ocs* p-,-,[-• a CO*. ''CT LENSES Dramotic Reading Heerd Here Sail Pi I the dranial entil i.' _• : SI : %  at %  apti Rcadin. '.!. Ir-. ing Quart Meeting %  ..cent!) at the Ma* Va lenc.a Ave I ral Gal The reading depute the life %  >! Louise Wati rman \\ .-• Lb< founder •>: th.American J oh Congress Rabbi Stephen I v:;.". him in the light [or human r;^ht~ Th r %  • V oi th H istel loted in the hi Memrx • MrLil %  : % %  %  welci V 'Off. : %  • • .•rt V spei Mr> Benjc Kai %  Sen. 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January 8, 1965 -Jewish fhrktian Paqe 3-A Students Take Part in Service Two grades ni the Hebrew School of Temple Reth Am participated in the l-"ii bel, E Iward Vnap I. Cathy Birsh tern Join Brilli int, l o ug I a s Bi DM n, Rebcci .i i ra\ itt, Li -.i Dul berg, Harriet Fisher, Daniel GoodEllen Grose > ger, Stuarl Leslie Harris, Jeffrej Jer.Ionian. Deborah man, Harri u>.-. Jonathan Kalian, Lois Korotkin. Joan Lipman, Nuida Pav lige Jonathan Rosen, Kenneth S ru Kenneth Schild, Jeffrej llene Scbr< i %  /en Sorkin Ph IIM Weinsteii Shira BJ Lew is Brow n Llo> il Bra Bison, Jack i'< ucr, W illiam i i Janis Goldstein S Andrew Gunthi r Li.M liopkin Pennj Kfare, Garj Le.-! Lyons, Alison Vfiller Vickie Orbai h, J< ai Li %  r< nc Michael Schenkman, Barr; -; berger, Dale S< Ii" artz, Paul Stci hardt, Clifford Tall, Orin W< i h i Alan Wysocki, Laura Liebe %  man anil Charles Woldenberg lew mezuzah was fastened to the front 3is of the new YMHA buildinq when the Llden Age Friendship Club of the former nni Branch officially moved its activities [this location. Shown installing the mezuzah is Abraham Berrin. club president (on Ihe lef*\ assisted by the incoming president. Boris Cutlei. while other club members look on. (See related stories. Pg. 8-10-A.) alestine Liberation' Vowed at UN Continued from Page 1-A President Abdel Salam The "Palestine Liberation ,.,," authorixed after last Btember's Arab summit meetat Alexandria—where a reso|ion was adopted unanimously the initiation of a drive to %  berate" the portion of Palette held by Israel— has already &f ablished training camps for fab refugees in the Sinai Pentula, the Gaia Strip and Syria, dispatch reported. The miliry instructors are chiefly Egypins. Iraqis and Syrians. In adtion, Algeria has reportedly jfered arms supplies as well as Lstructors, and is willing also to help train some of the refugees on Algerian soil. Under the plans of the Aral) Liberation Organization," headed ii.. Ahmad shukairv former Saudi Arabian representative to the Uni led Nation-. ..ll able bodied refu ..in the Arab states with the ; visible exci ption oi those in Leh n — will be liable to conscrip lion in the "Palestine Liberation Arm) PUnn are uniler way to •i..rt a recruiting drive in all gee iamp> next March, with six hours Ol radio broadcasts beamed % Experienced, excellent working con < to those camps daily from Radio omens. Full time, solory open. \ ( jiro. h:n army and for action to recover Palestine." "There is no hope. 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Page 4-A *>Jei*Hkw*fian Friday, January £ 19651 "Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher The Jewish Ploiidlan cloej nol suaranti <* Uw* KHsliruib • >t rh* merrlMndlse Rdvei'tlxed In tt< i n'nninj*. Published ev#ry Prldsj line* IM1 by Th* JjwM; norldlea BI 12a S i: Sixth Street. Miami I, Flrki Becontl-ClBH Poatacs P* i %  Ml nl, Florida. The Jew.ih Floridian ha. absorofd th* Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weemv. Member of the J'" l h M T "' r J.' h c 1 Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide New* Service, National Editorial Assn.. American Assn. or English Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area ..... One Year 55 00 Three Years $12 00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 38 Number 2 5 Shevat 5725 Friday. January 8, 1965 Ultimate Realization Of Zionism in Zion Dr. Nahum Goldinann, in an opening address before the 26th World Zionist Congress meeting in Jerusalem, this week suggested that the link be'ween Israeli and diaspora Jewry must work both ways. Affirming "the tremendous prestige which only Israel possesses today in Jewish 1'fe Dr. Goidmann clso cautioned that Israel will for mc s need the full assistance of world Jr. In this TT i, he took the opDortu.-nty to mo' o two-wav s'reet of the tie bindiroth communities. Com• ) • c t than his predecessor, Prim Minister Eshkol on Tuesday told t.ie Congress that to help mee* the threat of Egypt President Gamal Abdel Nasser. Israel needs some 40,000 Jewish immigrants annually from what he termed "lands of affluence." Former Prime Minister Ben-Gurion has a colorful reputation for his immigration demands upon Jews living in the Wes'ern world. Mr. Eshkol has been considerably more moderate, freguently himself characterizing the two-way street that ties Israeli and diaspora Jewry. But with the chips down, even Mr. Eshkol has found it necessary to be less light in his cheerful assessment of 'he relationship between the two Jewries. Neither as argumentative nor as prickly as Mr. Ben-Gurion, he nevertheless answered Dr. Goldmann in the diplomatic manner for which he is noted. B-G has been relentless in berating what he calls Western Jews for their failure to meet he fulfillment of Zionism in the reestablishment of Israel. Mr. Eshkol politely but urgently asks for 40,000 immigrants annually from what he calls "lands of affluence." Prickly or polite, V. em or affluent, it all boils down to the same thing: 'he ultimate realization of Zionism in Zio.n. The Ys New Facilities The YM and WHA of Greater Miami has let no grass grow under its feet. Last Dec. 18, the "Y" contracted for the purchase of Westbrooke Ccuntry Club. By the end of 'his first week of the New Year, its administrative offices have already been moved over; while a variety of activities sponsored by "Y" affiliate organizations have taken place in the new guarters. At the same time, a Special Conversion Commit'ee is studying means of adapting Westbrooke's beautiful grounds and facilities to the "Y's" particular needs. (See Pages 810-A. i Such dispatch augurs well for the "new" Greater Miami "Y." Now that this aqencv is moving along, there is good reason to hope that it will recap'ure the kind of favorable community image necessary to its proper functioning. At the same time, we can anticipate that the bold move will spell better service in all the fields of 'he "Y's" endeavor, from Nursery School through Golden Age. The "Y" finally has a home of which it may be well proud. That so many activities are already taking place there is a reflection of the pride felt by the members of the Jewish community who use its facilities. Dr. Sabin Here Saturday The Hebrew University's function Sa'urday night honoring Dr. Meyer Marks and the Physicans Committee will bring a world-renowned scientist to Greater Miami as guest speaker. Dr. Albert Sabin's identification with the Physicians Committee and Hebrew University as a national vice president is a measure of his regard for the university, whose medical school, among many other outstanding facilities, reflects the generally high level of achievement of the State of Israel. These attending 'he function Saturday evening will have the opportunity of listening to an accomplished scientist. They will also'get some valuable insights into the workings of one of the world's great universities. CJA Campaign on the Way The Greater Miami Combined Jewish Appeal has recommended a goal of SI,435,080 for 1S65. This figure is some'S50.000 higher than las' year's qoal, which was successfully achieved. CJA is currently moving into high gear in a variety of divisions as almost daily announcements are made of the appointment of prominent community leaders to key chairmanships. Combined Jewish Appeal lends support to these local agencies: Mt. Sinai Hospital. Jewish Family and Children's Service, Jewish Home for the Aged, Greater Miami YM and WHA, Jewish Vocational Service, Bureau of Jewish Education, and Service to New Americans of the National Council of Jewish Women. In addition. CJA helps c variety of vital national and overseas organization and the State of Israel by direct assistance through the United Jewish Appeal. All of these causes are meaningful *o our Jewish community here, and CJA merits each individual's support. The 1965 Combined Jewish Appeal is well on its way. Let us hasten it along to a resoundingly successful campaign. They are No Mere Words Denmark's Prime Minister Jens Krag was in Israel this week for an official state visit. At a dinner in Jerusalem, he stressed Denmark's "deep and genuine affection for Israel." These are no mere word. Denmark and the Danes demonstrated their regard for the spirit of Judaism before there was an Israel. Who will ever forget this heroic nation's protection of its Jewish citizens during the Nazi occupation? Prime Minister Krag's observation was, we are certain, felt as deeply and as genuinely by his Israeli hos's who, with Jews throughout the world, will eternally remember the great Danes. I daring the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN %  SRAEL Ambassador United Nations yjf Comay told well nvei and persons atti annual scholat th<' Hebrew A.. day at the D< that -the firm : started in 1948 come %  long The measure of Comay "s p, rsona easily apparent in this observation, no less than in fly here from difficult sessions at the L'N in order : such an event. But the Ambassador, who has an eminently outgoing pei happily diil nol see it in these terms. For it is his | • ,. ... battle ol the future in Israel and the American Jewish comn \\ be won or lost in the classroom." This is in clear Hn< try's reccnl emphasis upon educational needs now r %  %  j • the seem to be waning — except for l of tin' release from bondage of Sox iel Jewrj Perfectlj frank In his assessment, Mr Com,,. "more than evei before we are conscious of our lead in general status ol our education I the Oriental influx, which is one of [srael for it %  • berth far mon fertile than that from the \\i--. it is inherent > far mon backward Skirting, however, the political and sociologii this ph< nomi i oi Vmh issad ir Comay i ed how to keep our boys and girls Jewish that is yi iiiiulameiu.il American i ern. in his view, Is identit) INTtftClPlNDtNCE BITWtEN JEWISH COMMUNITIES t*E Aft E, HE declared less t In this regard %  tph interdependence between the Jewish communities i suggesting that you need us as much as w< eed j ation with winch some political leaden in his count still argue, Referring to Israel's chief resource as the being, Mr. Comay said that the |M>ople we've brought i: ested aim our capacities half-developed. W< must, still bun; our mortgages," a remark recalling tin Hi emy's $400,000 drive toward the achievement of th,Drawing parallels between the school and his own i of which emerged in 1948, the IN Ambassador declared you during the next seventeen >ear> But you need '•>-. • it is here that he returned to his original distinction betuei communities — that Israel doesn't have to worry about k population Jewish. "The tone of assimilation is strong in A be said, recalling the immigrant waves to the IS half ago, when .lews suddenly became anxious to rid themselvi be characterized as their "Yiddishkeit." But a new anxiet) seems to be taking its placi today, M surmised The old question n.is Why should we remain .1 o ir own time, it seems to be How? The CN envo) explained the sociological shut in tern Hitlerian massacre and the modern emergence ol ttit State both of which have caused .lews to appear kit • n and m the eveof our neighbors TMt POSiflVIS Of CUITUKAL PLUKAl'SM A FUNDAMENTAL CONFUSION in Mr Coma) argumei ^ his repeated assertion that Israel doesn't hi the Judaism ol its people. "We, he declared, "live in %  • that is ninetj percent Jewish You live in a country thai J< Msh." For bj his own reckoning, the Oriental blem .iken: to the welfare and survival ol Israel as I is to Jews in America Hei p. his sk rtln of the more profound politic! and plications ol Oriental Jewrj in large numbertendi i obs< basi< ti -'u ol Israeli ami i S Ji rj and t! paradoxically, find an ultimately common meetii ind v Urael mi I; be rooted in Western i" a< hii ve bul neci ssary t< i •• rb fruitful and certainly verj Jewish Oriental the ry depends upon a proper and well-mcasun in the otl %  tion. For assimilation interman age and all such >''iH. countr) Bn outgrowths ol an over-read: ness to be Western when wi are .dread;. Westernized to thi satii tj and a relui tai • I exen ise the i lemenl Ji dition. But ii Ambassadoi Comay skirted this essential pa the name ol avoiding its political implications in his own count happily refused to pa) lip service to what is popularly ca vanishing American Jew today. Voicing the -omul hope tint Judaism In America can survive, he pointed t. the cultural pluralism here that is "la tribution of American civilization, You don't really ha< form." he noted, ••'.•.lure then is a bask tolerance of diffet forces NMD fROM TWO POINTS OF V/EW IJETURNING AGAIN TO his theme ol interdependence. V declared: "Israel Is here to stay, whether our neighbors well it or not. And the vast Jewish community of the United 51 I I I I .' w hat I %  hi %  -.1 her.' to staj despite the 'vanishing Jew*," which he seemed ail ready to recognize as a valid phenomenon, in this Intel dence, the Ambassador suggested, ••lies the Jewish rcdem; our time." Pointing to the striking success Of his country since'its estah, men! seventeen years ago. the United Nations envO) -aid ::..,t have international prestige, and we have the best army of any sm nation in the world, which assures that no Arab army or coil ol armies will put us out of business But he more than implied that armies are far from the lolut to salvation and survival. Armies may assure security; It is. I ever, education in the end that guarantees the achievement ol valid Jewish future Each of us. he admitted in the end, in strengthen our interdependence for the development of our i identity." Again suggesting that the preservation of Judaism in brae a far -mailer problem than in the diaspora, Ambassador turned to the purpose of the evening and the audience before Wl he appeared Sunda) "Schools like the Hebrew Academy make this possible he declared, adding that "as a consequence, our tomorrow bleak." For interdependence is a two-wa) street: Education in Isr; ma) be high on thi agenda as a national need. But in the U.S far as the transmission ol J idaism is concerned, the need set in particular!) complex and demand %  V-/.



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Taqe 6 A +Jmi*t H v t AM br Friday. Janucrry 8 1*1 planning the Saturday night dinner in honor of Dr. Meyer B. Marks are Dr. Howard Engle, Dr. Marvin L. Me tus. Mrs. Max Weitz and Jacob Riik.n Dr. Alber* B. Sabin vill be gue~t speaker. Testimonial to Dr. Marks Will Feature Appearance Here by Dr. Albert Sabin ,. poll lor the Ami I the Hi ... • D ks, Miami edial I hi< h Dr rt noti rch sciultanl "> Ihe He I i L'nivei tj Medical S< hool, eaker it wa bj Leo !! ibinson South I : %  ida rli>ision chaii Di >;ii>m. a vice pi e lent of • %  American Friends ol the He i niversity, will highlight Ihe ii i.it the Ooral Beach Hotel ••iSaturday evening, chairman the National Physicians ComKollek Quiti His High Post JERI VLE.V tJTA Theodore ek formal!} resigned .' di i general ol the Prime Mini.*. Offici '.').week aftei -i i \ in ili' post 152 Eai lier i i Inreque>te I .. six month i of i i nee In .i letter accepdnj Mr Kol resignation, Premier Levi 1 .ol stressed his great achieve incutand expressed the hope that m ihe future the Government I 'I find ,i wa) in prevent Ihe loaf ill your ability in the office .win built Mr. Kollek is now devoting himBell tn Hie Completion of the Israel National Museum here which is • :i to open next May. EshkoJ announced the appoint merit of Zee\ Sherf, former secretary of the 1 abinet and internal Revenue Comi issioner, ageneral adviser. mitteo for the Hebrew (.'Diversity I• iSabin .'ill join in honoring Dr. Markwho. for many years, hai\ei I i ership by servchaii man ol the Ph> sicians •• %  e • : the South Florida ]>i\ ision The orovrim will begin with a cocktail reception at 7 p.m., followed bj dinner at 8 p.m. A noted orchestra will play for dm< ing dunnc the reception and at the dinner. Dr. Philip Gotlieb, who recently endowed a Chair in Physical Chemistry at the Hebrew University, will serve as honorary chairman. Co-chairmen of the Physicians Committee for the dinner are Dr. Louis C. Lytton, Dr. Marvin L. Meitus, Dr. Maurice Rich and Dr. Alexander S. Rogers. Dr. Meyer Eggnatz and Dr. Morton Rosenbluth are cochairmen of the Dentists Dinner Committee. 1 he list! • •:. Florida huh Jack S Popick are co sponsoi ol San Simonhoff i-i thi reater M %  Di' • %  • %  i • %  %  %  i !• ti • %  • I V \: \' %  %  '%  • I %  >• %  -.nil I h"ii-. || t Ii. II Ml %  / i i : • .hi K %  i %  i-.-i.n \: > ,.i • %  i I .: • %  Mini i I II \\. %  |* I • I \ %  I.. 1 I Hun I • %  .l;n i.l |! |\.n in.-. I'onxi >' lii-viix, 11| Mi I: I" Mil i V ltd k Ja. I I • M ||. Kinii l. I II MHI i: ulili Mi I %  IIK %  l: In, I,.i.iI: II I %  • I.. • ; i. s linnH M i %  II i-lr--. I •> .-•. IX.II \ .hots, II lili I %  ;. i.l SI upil i>. Il.ii.ill S. MI.I|I -' %  I' Mil .. 1 M > .. H.i %  I: S|iai-1 It-ronu Sti Mi I'hillp K 'I'll, i, llHrolil : I H<-r. Di MHI .In Well [i I fXiiiHnd I. \\ ell, M W. Ink 1.-. Pi %  |n> • %  Mi IV. il I 'I l.i m -• v Beth Am Clubs In Many Activities r Fi ndship Circle of Tern\ -I heard a musicale • Mrs Ted Schwartz i M Bettj Traurig al the %  ih Chairman w as Hei r> Kauffn Officers are MrSteven Goldstein, Mrs Is adore Leibhober, treasurer; Mrs Ann Fpsteii cial chairman Your i Sin es Group i hich in i ludes \ ng me-, and tween thi : 25 • %  |. e on 1 Dec 17 Mist M is ('.airman. Y'ouii 25, held ah'.-: home of M Terrj : ccntly. Gi • r Templi n ership in I OPEXi\n •f.t.vf .iffv in i DINNER ONE SHOW NUEIY ,. w TEDDY KING and His Orchestra TrHL Tnii lTIfT Ml 11 n .. t inllm, A., Sj KAfi 0(1 y53;. CCO LION SCHACHTtKS YIDDISH AMtKICAN VAUDEVILLE DIRECT FROM ISRAEL DANIEL DEMITRE PATSY SHAW Ou-.Undmg Comedienne ANGEL ROSA International Singing Star On S-r.-r r-ature FilnMOLLY PICON in a Musical "YIDDLE AND HER FIDDLE' CINEMA 1Z35 WASHINGTON AVE Matinee Evening .. 1.25 HURRY! LAST 3 DAYS! PATRICIA MORISON 4 In Franz Lehar's Immortal Musical Th.eMer%\vidow s mlMMtarrino WILLIAM CHAPMAN Jon mCE CCDDCD A fUf,NY 1H,HG HAPPENED 12 JUSt hfcKKfcK 0 „ The Wov To The forum" COCONUT OROVE PLAYHOUSE Restaurant*, Cocktail lounges, Art Gallery 3500 MAIN HIGHWAY HI 5-2581 T-(S£ G c tEA' T A.£r,TS UMTI IN A NEW I" InuMml Joseph E. Sophia L S. Loren Mastroianni Vittorio De Sica's Marriage Italian Style .Open I 30 || Qpn 645 DOG RACING JE 1-034* normandit parkway I CCXHNS AV| „ T4 MIAMI A(M .Open 1:30. TICKETS NOW AT BOX OfFICf OR EY MAIL! box office open 10:30 to 9.30 *• AUDREY %  "* %  • Al TICHNICOIOM SUPJiPAWVISION* W f0M %  .( 0S H LINCOLN THEATRE, LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH JE 21702 2 performances daily 2:00 & 8:30 P.M. TICKETS ON SALE AT JORDAN MARSH, MIAMI Holiday prices prevail during Xmes week ficitina; Twin Double Pest Time iiia P.M. by a nosel the MOST action! HARNESS RACING Nightly 8:30 TWIN DOUBLE Pompano Park GRANDSTAND ADM.-$1.00 • SEATING FOR THOUSANDS All Weather Conditioned Clubhouse % Cafeteria 33 Min North of Miami • Flo. Turnpike Exit No. 5 Miom, Areo Rejervof/ons Call Toll free 949-M4! • Direct Bus Service-Call Cray Lines fit 3-3127; WyllyS H l-MIl No Racing Sunday* • Sorry. No Minors



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Kday, January 8, 1965 k H / si tkrktion Paqe 7-A Zionists Urged to Join Israel in Survival Drive Continued from Page 1-A Convention Hall that Israel. -pile greal achievements, will |r many years need the lull asItance of world Jewry. 'All of he stressed, will have to be |ady m face dangers, challenges hd most critical situations." The principal task before the .World Zionist Congress, he emphasized, is the utilization of Israel as the major instrument %  for consolidating Jewish existItence and the main guarantor |or the survival of Jewish comImunifies throughout the world lin its spiritual and cultural meaning. He said this was a most lurgent task because there had Iseldom been a period of Jewish (history when "the external faI cade of our life looked so different from our reality." While we enjoy equal rights and tj-Semitism no longer threatens lur existence," he continued, "the •i rare great." He declared i le the situation <>f Soviet ents the "number one" problem, there were other counties where communication between Jewish communities anil ither parts of the Jewish people v a-, regarded as unpatriotic and where maintenance of specific Jewish institutions — except religOus ones — was considered uiulciirable. Dr. Goldmann emphasized the need to deepen among Jews the consciousne>s of the Jewish heritage and all forms of Jewish life and to appreciate the ureat role that religion could play, lie declared that leaders of Jewish religious life should he ready to enter a "dialogue of historic import ance" to adjust the role which the Jewish religion could play in slrenutheninu Jewish identity, to the condition* o| modern life. He also stressed that it was imperative that those Jews choosing not to settle in Israel be imbued with a feeling that they were "junior partners in this, our people's great common venture." Students Attend Varied Confabs e Belli Torah Re -. K>I and youth program ed to -in h places throughoul | countrj Chicai o, Washing in. Jacksonville, and Gainesville re conventions "; k ,i Syi gogue Youth I \ .MM I :, : %  held Gabe Shantzis, 0| III %  • -'• if; i ommittee annount ed lioing '" Washington to the third i iitni.it conference ol the college inization ol United Syna Atid, were Marshall Balluch, founding vice president of I he organization and now Heth Forah Senior USY advisor; Ted ISchoenberg, Junior I'SY advisor; Lnd Justin Weininger. Add nieinber and lormer lieih Torah Senior SY president. Beth Torah has In only synagogue chapter of Atid n I he >outh. Attending the national USY convention in Chicago were Ihrtc delegates, including Steven Weininger, president of the USY Senior Chapter and Soutneast regional officer; Richard K'qan, Junior Chapter vice president and Ellen Schorr. At Jacksonville, members of thff Southeast USY chapters met for a send-off of ihe national delegates. Participating from Beth Torah were Janet Baum, Susan Cavell, Steve Talisman. Paula Zuckerman, Sandy Kutler, Cary Raymond, and Ted Schoenberg. During the same week, the Young Judaea movement held itwintei conclave at Gainesville, with Di ane Keshlansky, regional officer and youth advisor at Beth Torah.) Janice Winer, and Susan Reese attending from Beth Torah lie also listed a number of proposals lor intensilied work in Jew. i>h communities outside o| Israel aimed at strengthening the belief among Jews ol being part and panel of one people and ending all tendencies of Jewish isolation. One was to fight demagogic slogans i.i "double loyalty." Another was to establish a wide Jewish edicational network. Mill another \as that Ihe Zionist movement become more active as a movement ill Jewish communal life to make Jews more Israel-minded. The majority of Jews, he stated. are still tar from accepting the centrality of Israel in Jewish life and acceptance of this centrality. with all its consequences, is the real test as between Zionist and non-Zionist." He added that "as long as the Jewish people as a whole has not accepted this concept, there is a vital need lor a strong powerful Zionist movement." President Zalman Shazar, addressing the opening session ol lie Zionist Congress, noted the participation of leaders of nonZionist organizations and communities and voiced Ihe hope that plans lor expansion ol the Con .resbase would he fulfilled. He -aid the .lews out-ide of I-i\. mi 1 the Jew > III Israel can not be regarded as separate entities unit lated to oi e another He said natural alliance" of the two Jewries musl be strengthened. He expressed the hope that immigration t o Israel "will surge more strongly" even from lands wh-;re exit is now barred, adding that "we have demanded and will continue to demand immigration from the young but the response remains very weak." He said that aliyah and basic Jewish education ware the main functions of Zionism in other countries. Moshe Sharelt. chairman of the Jewish Agency executive, sent a message lo the opening session ol the Congress which was read I" the audience by Jacob Tzur in his capacity as chairman ol the Zionist Actions Committee. In his mesUge, Sharett told the delegates ,hat a wave ol anxiety over the perils ahead and an awakening to meet them was passing over the Jewish world today. He said then was a deepening recognition thai wiyhout the enriching contact with Israels reality and ideals, it ..mi|Kissible to fortifj Ihe you.. generations "i lews in other countries lo meet the threats ol Jewish %  MBfntegration and •assimilation Mr. sharett also told ihe eon clave that the Israel Governn was devoting increased attention to ihe problem of strengthenini the spirit of Zionism in .lev i-n communities outside ol Israel ind he declared express!} that concern for the future of Jewry was .1 i"inl responsibility of the Government and the Zionist movement. *+-*-a-a-a-a*-******** ****** ****** ******** Temple Ner Tamid 80th St. & Carlyle Ave., Miami Beach 6th ANNUAL TEMPLE CONCERT Featuring CANTOR SAUL H. 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Page 8-A + 3e*i&ncrktian Friday. January 8 jg I .. • %  %  ..-: %  • % % %  YMHA %  ..:--• features ':.<: long /. e f : : a ::^'jrn!.r.ed. two-story structure with attractive modern decor, framed in the palm tree. give .: a special South Florida flavor. Th fully cir-cond.tioned and heatel.-.g looks out on close to twenty acres of q: New Greater Miami YM and WHA is a Site of Beautyi T: < new YM and WHA of Greater Miami planning a dedication ceremony of its new facilit the l orr i Hi' months The 'V two weeks ago purchased Westbrooke 8500 SVV 8th St and will function as Soul ish ''immunity Center, in lition to serving ai operational headquarter! for the Greater Mia i V which al-o operates bran> in North Dade and Miami Beach Executiw Committee ol I e Greater Miami I) Federal tified th< I 11 Y ecu to I IJ the Ilei i that the purchase price was in excess of S700.000 for the 19.5 acre site whose main facility Ia two-story building located on both sides of an entrance lobby The history of YMHA facilities in the Greater Miami area goes back to the first "Y" started on SW 16th \. • In Miami in the 1930s Additional facilities were built on this property in 1947 for the us* of UM Miami YMHA in 1942. the first Beach V facilit) was set at I Lincoln Kd This facility was moved, in 1947 to a building constructed at the present loca 1536 Baj R : • • • i Nortl D ea was opened in 1957. when the present facilities at 14036 V Ave. were leased and renovated. The Southwesct Branch was opened in 1 similarly-leased and reno\ated facilities at Coral Way During the 1960-61 year, new la: 1 sit< acquired for future building purposes \\ December. 1964. the Westbrooke Country Clu purchased and will be renovated for use ni west YMHA i. eilit) During the 1960-61 year, new Ian siti newest YMHA facilit) aci u • Efraim itivi toi the Greater Miami Y! WHA "215 Was %  • Federation Officers Laud Move to New Quarters • %  k : •' : l the n \ S500 on \ii -ide: • [ thi i eater M. mi Jew ish I i del ition I w ;mt to congratulate the officers and HCHSCHli ROSINTHAL f president IfHAIM CAlf '1' eticutiii director • • '. | and theii acqui sition i I ccntri %  m f thi r Fed tni ship and teai ; t ha enabled one %  %  (ieio take a ianl step foi ;n pri vital famil) %  • it : our communit) •The new YM and YWHA will he more than a headquarters. It will be a center through which we can erect .. solid foundation to strengthen the growth and development o| our young men and "omen, and at the same time strengthen the ties ol family life. The development of new friendships, participation in man) expa %  led center acti\ ities, "The Greater Miami Jewish Federation idedicated to the service of our community, to the enrichment ol family Me and to the pi rpetual ion ol our Je .'. ish i m proud I I e have able to join with the YM i historic thai o %  munit) centei pro i in embodj ation of i r Fedi its man) affirmii our faith in oui munity and Dei lared Dr Irvln Lehrman, 1965 Combine I Jew ish Appeal i ampaign chairman "1 am proud that one of the leading beneliciary agencies ol our annual ( lined Jew ish Appeal i am paign has made an outstanding leap forward in service to the man) young families, teen agers and senior citizens of our com munit) 'The new YM and YWHA will be an ideal contribution toward the reaffirmation and perpetuation of the traditions and ideals that will help all age groups to share in the blessings Of our Jew ish heritage Here at the new Y.' the nursery school child, the teenager and the senior citizen will benefit from the cultural, social and athletic programs which the YM and YWHA will bring to Greater Miami through its beautiful new facility." \ti fi A modern air-conditioned banquet hall, which over 1.000. will also b used for lee' also serves as an auditorium ai I ball] rert rid fund ns. It will be is located on the second story of the new imunity mirations. YMHA. The hall, with a seating capacity of ures e at the C< flood irnnments are cmonq Modern Facilities at Command The \w enty ai re (round ol new YMHA at 8500 SW 8th si .Miami, include a wide range o indoor and outdoor facilities especially suited for service to the communit) in the south Florida \presently constituted, the facilities feature one of the largest swimming pools in the state of Florida, a large banquet hall and a diverse group of out door athletic fields. The main building is a modern two story structure, fully air-conditioned and heated, located on two sides of an entrance lobby On the first floor there is an arcade with a number of plate-glass windowed rooms, a large meeting n and veral offici i n's and women's locker looms :i snack bar outdoor patio and dance lloor The second lloor has a 01 I thousand seating capac I) banquet hall and entrance lobby, sup per club, and kitchen, in addition 10 Offices and health club facil ities. The pool encompasses (7,000 s(| It oi swimming space and can lie used for official sunn meets. Around the pool there are a scries of cabana buildings, many of which will be retained; while others will be converted for meeting room space. In the rear -i\ concrete d ranis i s v ; i floodlights for night us Ni b) are two four-wall com is and four one-wa courts, also lit i ;. ;,t ni_'-' There is an outdoor basket! court and ,i softball court paved parking area ir the front of tlw building covers 170,000 sq ItThere is a central public address system to reach all points of the premises These facilities form rly owned by the Westbrooke Country Club, are to undergo some renovation and remodeling for better service to the cOUiUHMKj for the purposes of a YMliA.



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r, January 8, 1965 +Jeistin*rictton Paqo 9-A MARKING THE FRUITION Of A LONG-CHERISHED DREAM Leaders Express Confidence in New Service to Area |he new facilities of the YM VWI1A oi Greater Miami r e hailed Hi week 6y lcidins rials ol the "Y" in a series aterncnts: H^rschel Rosenthal, prcsii -The new YMIIA facilitiea ovide a program needed ,• ing community. The a stic response thai has -jved thus far portends ure The Y' II t s ,, focal point <>f Jewish -.nil!;, l-ie and bring t" r the members of the Jewcommunil y, as ell as jen e tying and stabilizing inA. Budd Cutlr, honorary -idcnl and immediate past ndent: "This new facility the fruition of community iCencj dreams to meet com ity needs The Jo nt Study, (lihicled by the Greater Miami tish Federation and the 'Y,' Ihe impetus for this new kility. It is especially imporm to note that the new facility now be made available to the knmunity at least a year or two ad Of .schedule Isidore B. Simkowiti, past •idcnt: "This new \" building •somi thing that l and all of the hi %  ho have worked in leadp| | capacities have looked tor krd I for many years. It is • • ratifj in to us that it has i v c ime realit > i 'he '\ ii in' able to mi a mm h job in pi ; i In Hie | %  Milt in Sirkin, | .1. ern Section, Naitonal Jewish WeiI a re Hoard: "This is the most wonderful development in my twenty-six years of contact with the 'Y' in this community. We now have an unusual facility foi open-air programs that can com pare vei> well with main other cit is throughout the countrj. This is a fine image that the v vs.II i.ow j resent to t ic ( i.ninun II > • L?oi Kaplan pa-t pres dent temporary chairman, Deve i| menl Fund Ste ring Committee. and vice president of the V tic al Jewish Wcltare Hoard: "This new faciliy, located in Southwest Dade County, is one of the most important results ol long and careful community planning by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and a member agency, the Y.' Thousands of people of all ages, as well as community organizations, will he served by this facility and program. The purchase and renovation of this facility was a result ol years of planning by the YMHA, which culminated in a joint study with the Greater Miami Jewish Fed i ration, a .study which took more than a year. This team effort Of the Y' and Federation will result in greater service lo our communit] • Sam Seitiin, chairman of the 'Y om ei Sinn Committee "We king im w aid to a won i 11 nl i xpci i< nee w ith these m w 'V Our I ii1 \ er l omniittce ra| .i %  s ; %  i bj a Y'flM One of the largest swimming pools in the state ming meets. Plans call for a full swimming of Florida is expected to be a major a'traction program for all members of the family, includ at the new YMKA located at 8500 SW 8th St.. ing instructional classes, water games and Miami. The pool is suitable for official swimgeneral recreational activities. Affiliates Already Meeting In Agency's New Home jor asks ii into the new YMIIA I i >\ 8 St have ned ver by the "Y : !> i. (tors to a ne\ l on %  >n < ommittee under tl i nship "f Sam Seitlin • tee is now acti' i il : nil many phases ol the r in< luding building i eno program plan-, mi mbci lip pin rains, and others i e first siep in (he plans of fi' committee was the transfer listing program operations, [Inch began on Sunday. Dee 27, r"th a meeting of the Miami ranch Senior Citizens Club al v location. On Tuesday ec 2\> the Senior Citizens met while that same evening clubs in .in their •i there the trai n i .i eii tl •• inovi ment il ces and equipment \ 16th Vve j I |, 'I UUl I'M i | and the al I I I %  I, for the linn bei il y \ Special Membership Commitwas appointed under the ansh p ol Richard BrickIan to recommend membership %  ity. Mo %  man < :".;.i al '' in\ i rsion, v hi nki i lii man ol ., -. • al Clean-Up ( ommil i The task of determining room arrangement for bona fidi communit) organizations was turned over to a committee und r the chairmanship ol Jack Katziiian Another group has been \\ en the responsibility for plan ning a series of Open House pro grams to introduce the community to the new facility Om of ilie.se open houses is m being lanned under the leadership ol Marshall Han-is. A special group w 'I ii ined in >< "il on Ihc ol the Y H and YWHA pn • rty and the 92nd \v< la I the "V ...,!,. | i | i onver %  i i ittee, h cli w as ap. bi fore the fii il purse .: id II • lOWcha an R ich laii. \ Budd Irving Denmark, Pi : l Morton Feliman, Dai id B i lee '.II \ in Gillman. Mai shi II S. Han is, Sam J. \\< iman, Leon Kaplan. Eugene Katz, Jacob K.i /man. Morris Lei itt, Leonai I Luna. Norton Pallot, Donald Heii'f. Herschel Rosenthal, Jack Schenkman, George A. 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Page 8-A
+Jevristitkrktian
Friday. January
m
]
nt
(w
h.H
Full front view of the new YMHA buildinq features
the long, low sweep of a streamlined, two-story
structure with attractive modern decor, framed in
the palm trees "hat give it a special South Florida
flavor. Th^ fully air-conditioned and heal
inq looks out on close to twenty acres :
r
1,1
11"'
01
1 :
t
ni
pe
|A.
New Greater Miami YM and WHA is a Site of Beaut
The new YM and WHA of Creator Miami is
planning a dedication ceremony of its new facilities
during the coming months
The V two weeks ago purchased Westbrooke
Country Club. 8500 SW 8th St.. and will function as
the new Southwest Jewish Community Center, in
addition to serving as operational headquarters for
the Greater Miami "Y,' which also operates bran-
ch' !S in North Dadc and Miami Beach.
Executive Committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation ratified the purchase of the club
following the Y board's decision to buy the
ity,
llerschel Rosenthal, president ol 'lie "Y." said
that the purchase price was in excess of S700.000 for
the 19.5 acre site, whose main lacility is a two story
building located on both sides of an entrance lobby
The history of YMHA facilities in the Greater
Miami area goes back to the first "Y" started on
SW 16th Ave. in Miami in the 1930s. Additional
facilities were built on this property in 1947 for the
use of the Miami YMHA
In 1942. the lust Beach Y" facility was set
up at 1 Lincoln Rd Tin- facility was moved, in
1947 to a building constructed at the present loca-
tion, 1536 Baj Rd
Service in the North Dadc area was opened in
19.">7. when the present facilities at 140311 N.
Ave. were leased and renovated.
The Southwescl Branch was opened in
similarly-leased and renovated facilities a'
Coral Waj
During the 1980-01 year, new lai
acquired lor luture building purposes N
December, 1984, the Westbrooke Countr\ Clu
purchased and will be renovated for .-.
newest YMHA fj ii.i\
During the 1960-61 year, new Ian
newest YMHA facility, according to El
executive director ol the Greater Miami \'<
WHA
rya h
ifl >
1
li.
'" H 1
in r
215 1"
li
m Bill L 1 i
in H was 1
ia. 1 1
tht I
<:: I Lw
'" '1 m i
' I
Federation Officers Laud
Move to New Quarters
n0
...ill
niOI
trie
CO!
G
.;, : c e k
I tl i rchasi the new
. nd WH \ facilit: 350< n
the Trail
- I Sidney 1 irt. pi esident
Federation
As president ol the Greater
Vli mi Jewish Federation, I v ant
to congratulate the officers and
HlKSCHf. ROSENTHAL
f president
IfKAIM CAll
'I" ettevtive director
i ers ol the YM and
"> v,:' \ upon their acquisition i I
. Iquarti
:::.!. k it one of -I I Ml
eration, u ship and
team". rk hat has enabled one
pficiary agen
in- lo take a ttianl step forward
in providing a vital familj serv-
ice benefitting all segments ol I
our community.
The new YM and YWHA will
be more than a headquarter-. It
will be a center through which we
can erect .i solid foundation to
strengthen the growth and de-
velopment ol our young men anil
women, and at the same time
strengthen the ties ol family life.
The development of new friend-
ships, participation in many ex-
pan.led center activities.
"The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation is dedicated to the
service of our community, to the
enrichment of family life and to
the perpetuation ol our Jewish
heritage am proud that w e hai
hem able to join with the YM
and vv. king this historic
e, s' that our init>
center i rogram i an embody :
I our Federation i
its manj dedii al rters in
affirmii our com-
muni',;, and its families
ared Dr Irving Lehrman,
1965 Combined Jew ish Api
i ampaign chairman "1 am proud
that one of the leading beneii-
ciary agencies ol our annual
Combined Jewish Appeal cam
p.a n has made an outstanding
leap forward in service to the
many young families, teen-agers
and senior citizens of our com
niunity.
The new YM and YWHA will
be an ideal contribution toward
the reaffirmation and perpetua
lion of the traditions and ideals
that will help all age groups to
share in the blessings of our Jew
ish heritage. Here at the new
Y.' the nursery school child, the
teenager and the senior citizen
will benefit from the cultural,
social and athletic programs
which the YM and YWHA will
bring to Greater Miami through
its beautiful new facility."
I
$/&)$*&*&&'
gft3fc**
Iff >'>'*
A modem air-conditioned banquet hall, which
also serves ns an auditorium ai
is lecntfd on the second story of thi
YMHA. The hall, with a si ; capacil
100, will also b" used for lee
. lun >ns. It will be av
communil lizations.
Be
Vti
ch
CO'
W(
tn
v
will be availab'e al Ihe i
, ..
ts at ni iht. Informu. li
ents are cmonq
tennis area.
Modern Facilities at Command
Tl ai re grounds of the
new YMHA at 8500 SW 8th St.,
Miami, include a wide range ol
indom and outdoor facilities es-
pecially suited for service to the
munity in the south Florida
area As present!} constituted,
the facilities feature one of the
largest swimming pools in the
State of Florida, a large banquet
hall and a diverse group of out
door athletic fields.
The main building is a modern
two-story structure, fully air con-
ditioned and heated, located on
two sides of an entrance lobby
On the first floor there is an ar-
cade with a number of plate glass
windowed rooms, a large meeting
i and sever; offici > v '''I
as nuns and women's locker
rooms. ;i snack bar out oor patio
and dance floor
The second lloor has a oi i
thousand seating capacity ban-
quet hall and entrance lobby, sup
per club, and kitchen, In addition
to offices and health chili 1 ii il
ities
The pool encompasses 17.000
sq. It. 01 swimming space and
can bo used for official swim
meets. Around the pool there
are a series of cabana buildings,
many of which will be retained;
while others will be converted for
meeting room space.
In Ihe rear e gi Is
-i\ concrete li nnis 1
floodlights for night us Near
by are two four-wall
courts and four "ne-wa andball
courts, also lit p al nl
is an outdoor I asketl
and a softball court. '. paved
parking area m :he front ol lb*
building covers 170,000 sq "
There is a central public
system to reach all points ol the
promises
These facilities, form "ly own-
ed by the Westbrooke Country
Club, arc to undergo some reno- I
vation and remodeling for better
service to the community for the
purposes of a YMHA.



PAGE 1

Page 8-A +Jevristitkrktian Friday. January m ] nt (w h.H Full front view of the new YMHA buildinq features the long, low sweep of a streamlined, two-story structure with attractive modern decor, framed in the palm trees "hat give it a special South Florida flavor. Th^ fully air-conditioned and heal inq looks out on close to twenty acres : r 1,1 11"' %  01 1 : t ni pe |A. New Greater Miami YM and WHA is a Site of Beaut The new YM and WHA of Creator Miami is planning a dedication ceremony of its new facilities during the coming months The V two weeks ago purchased Westbrooke Country Club. 8500 SW 8th St.. and will function as the new Southwest Jewish Community Center, in addition to serving as operational headquarters for the Greater Miami "Y,' which also operates branch' !S in North Dadc and Miami Beach. Executive Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation ratified the purchase of the club following the Y board's decision to buy the ity, llerschel Rosenthal, president ol 'lie "Y." said that the purchase price was in excess of S700.000 for the 19.5 acre site, whose main lacility is a two story building located on both sides of an entrance lobby The history of YMHA facilities in the Greater Miami area goes back to the first "Y" started on SW 16th Ave. in Miami in the 1930s. Additional facilities were built on this property in 1947 for the use of the Miami YMHA In 1942. the lust Beach Y" facility was set up at 1 Lincoln Rd Tinfacility was moved, in 1947 to a building constructed at the present location, 1536 Baj Rd Service in the North Dadc area was opened in 19.">7. when the present facilities at 140311 N. Ave. were leased and renovated. The Southwescl Branch was opened in similarly-leased and renovated facilities a' Coral Waj During the 1980-01 year, new lai acquired lor luture building purposes N December, 1984, the Westbrooke Countr\ Clu purchased and will be renovated for .-. newest YMHA fj ii.i\ During the 1960-61 year, new Ian newest YMHA facility, according to El executive director ol the Greater Miami \'< WHA rya h ifl %  > 1 li. '" %  H 1 in %  r •215 %  1" li m %  Bill L 1 i in H was 1 ia. 1 %  1 tht I %  < %  : %  : I Lw '" '1 m i % %  % %  I %  Federation Officers Laud Move to New Quarters n0 ...ill niOI trie CO! • G .;, : c e k I tl i rchasi the new nd WH \ facilit: 350< n the Trail I Sidney 1 irt. pi esident %  Federation As president ol the Greater Vli mi Jewish Federation, I v ant to congratulate the officers and HlKSCHf. ROSENTHAL f president IfKAIM CAll 'I" ettevtive director i ers ol the YM and "> v,:' \ upon their acquisition i I • • Iquarti :::.!. k it one of -I I Ml eration, u ship and team". %  rk hat has enabled one pficiary agen inlo take a ttianl step forward in providing a vital familj service benefitting all segments ol I our community. The new YM and YWHA will be more than a headquarter-. It will be a center through which we can erect .i solid foundation to strengthen the growth and development ol our young men anil women, and at the same time strengthen the ties ol family life. The development of new friendships, participation in many expan.led center activities. "The Greater Miami Jewish Federation is dedicated to the service of our community, to the enrichment of family life and to the perpetuation ol our Jewish heritage am proud that w e hai • hem able to join with the YM and vv. king this historic e, s' that our init> center i rogram i an embody : I our Federation i its manj dedii al rters in affirmii our communi',;, and its families ared Dr Irving Lehrman, 1965 Combined Jew ish Api i ampaign chairman "1 am proud that one of the leading beneiiciary agencies ol our annual Combined Jewish Appeal cam p.a n has made an outstanding leap forward in service to the many young families, teen-agers and senior citizens of our com niunity. •The new YM and YWHA will be an ideal contribution toward the reaffirmation and perpetua lion of the traditions and ideals that will help all age groups to share in the blessings of our Jew ish heritage. Here at the new Y.' the nursery school child, the teenager and the senior citizen will benefit from the cultural, social and athletic programs which the YM and YWHA will bring to Greater Miami through its beautiful new facility." I $/&)$ %  *&*&&' gft3fc** Iff >'>'* A modem air-conditioned banquet hall, which also serves ns an auditorium ai is lecntfd on the second story of thi YMHA. The hall, with a si ; capacil 100, will also b" used for lee lun • >ns. It will be av communil lizations. Be Vti ch CO' W( tn v will be availab'e al Ihe i .. ts at ni iht. Informu. li ents are cmonq tennis area. Modern Facilities at Command Tl • %  %  ai re grounds of the new YMHA at 8500 SW 8th St., Miami, include a wide range ol indom and outdoor facilities especially suited for service to the munity in the south Florida area As present!} constituted, the facilities feature one of the largest swimming pools in the State of Florida, a large banquet hall and a diverse group of out door athletic fields. The main building is a modern two-story structure, fully air conditioned and heated, located on two sides of an entrance lobby On the first floor there is an arcade with a number of plate glass windowed rooms, a large meeting i and sever; offici > v '''I as nuns and women's locker rooms. ;i snack bar out oor patio and dance floor The second lloor has a oi i thousand seating capacity banquet hall and entrance lobby, sup per club, and kitchen, In addition to offices and health chili 1 ii il ities The pool encompasses 17.000 sq. It. 01 swimming space and can bo used for official swim meets. Around the pool there are a series of cabana buildings, many of which will be retained; while others will be converted for meeting room space. In Ihe rear e gi Is -i\ concrete li nnis 1 floodlights for night us Near by are two four-wall courts and four "ne-wa andball courts, also lit %  p al nl is an outdoor I asketl and a softball court. '. paved parking area m :he front ol lb* building covers 170,000 sq %  There is a central public %  %  system to reach all points ol the promises These facilities, form "ly owned by the Westbrooke Country Club, arc to undergo some renoI vation and remodeling for better service to the community for the purposes of a YMHA.


*Jen lti Flcrictiarr?
Paqo 9-A '
MARKING THE FRUITION Of A LONG-CHERISHED DREAM
Leaders Express Confidence in New Service to Area
new facilities of the YM
Kvha Jailed th s week by leading
]> oi the "Y" in a series
lerocnts:
>>rschel Ros*nthal, presi-
[The new YMHA facilities
Irovide a program needed
>ro\\ing community. The
ponsc thai has
i,--. eived thus far portends
I,,i the future The Y will
focal poinl "( Jewish
|if( .ind bring to-
Ihe members 11 the Ji w-
kmmunitj. as well as serve
ing and stabilizing in-
|A. Budd Cutler, honorarj
lent and immediate past
bent: "This new facility
the fruition of community
encj dreams to meet cum
In needs The .In nt Study.
cted by the Greater Miami
sli Federation and the Y."
the impetus for tins new
|ty, It is especially impor-
Jto note that the new facility
Iniiu he made available to the
munity at least a year or two
^,< ol schedule "
Isidore B. Simkowiti, past
! lent: This new Y' building
ing thai I and all of the
i have worked in lead-
\ p i ap icities have looked for
fd ;.i for man) years, It is
fyin to us thai il has
. : aiity. The 1
be able I .....i mui ii
services!
* .:r jn Sirkin,
ern Section, Naitonal Jewish Wei-
laic Hoard: "This is the most
wonderful development in my
twenty-six years of contaet with
the 'Y' in this community. We
now have an unusual facility foi
open-air programs that can com
pare verj well with man) other
cites Ihroughoul the country.
This is a fine Image thai the '"
w.ll now presenl lo the commun-
ity "
L?ci Kaplan pa.'l president,
temporary chairman, Develop-
ment Fund Steering Cominittei
and vice president ol the Nation
al Jewish Wellare Hoard: "This
new faciliy, located in Scuthwesl
Dade County, is one of the most
important results of long an i
careful communlt) planning by
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
( ration, and a member agency.
the 'Y.' Thousands of people ol
all ages, as well as community
organization!, will he served by
this facility and program. The
purchase and renovation of this
facility was a result ol years of
planning by the YMHA, which
culminated in a joint study with
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed
cration, a study which took more
than a year. This team effort
of the V and Federation will
result In greater service lo our
community."
Sam Seitlin, chairman ol the
Y < tun ersion Committee "We
arc ad looking lorward to a won
lei erii nee w ith these
Y' Our l on\ i r
to' iiittee : i inn to
i
_. a Y'*'IIA
IM
One of the largest swimming pools in the state ming meets. Plans call for a full BWimminq
of Florida is expected to be a major attraction program lor all members ol the family, includ
at the new YMHA located at 8500 SW 8th St.. ing instructional classes, water games and
Miami. The pool is suitable for official swim- general recreational acuities.

_
r~~l
TT1 ; -~ ,?; "**'**;*
Ins*'
[Affiliates Already .Meeting
In Agency's New Horn



-

:<
W
i I in' Ivcd
! into the new YMII '
at C3O0 SI have
turned < ver by thi ">
d ni I)!. ctors to a ne. on
n Con m e i ndei
nship of Sam Seitlin
nit tec i: now acti' i
mi man) phases ol the
fi im luding building reno
un, program plans, mcmbci
rams, and others
h e firs! step in the plans of
committee was the transfer
xisting program operations.
an 'm Sunday, Dec 27.
i a meeting of the Miami
nch Senior Citizens Club al
in v location, on Tuesday
-'.< the Senior Citizens mcl
in, while thai same evening
clubs began Iheir
neel there r
il. mal actix ith s wei c
i t step in the '
\olved ii 11> \i menl
.. otlices and equipment
16th Kve i. a
Miami Bn i

S llOOl and Hi'
whic! .:i
. lor tne timi
rship Commit-
appointed under the
b r i anship ol Richard Brick-
Ian !> recommend membership

:
, ity !
hm i of a i 'on
- al Com ersion, v i
ma i ;
,M i Ii an I p l ommitti
The task of determi ling room
1 ai rai gements for bona
fide communit) organizations w
, ,i over to a committee und< r
the chairmanship of -lack KatZ-
man Another group has been
given the responsibility tor plan
ning a series ol Open House pro
grams to introduce the commun-
ity to the new facility On of
these open houses is now being i
lined under the leadership of
Mar-hail Harris. A sp< cial gn
w i. jned lo v nrl on the
ol the YM and YWHA pi
, rty and (he 92nd Vv< lai >itc
-. ilie "V "
be rs '.....
nn ittee, wh ap-
n l i ii e '; i pur-
: lOW
......'i Rich
iaii \ i.ii Id ul
11 mai k, Pi il I
Mi rton Fellman Da\ id B 1 le'
'.ii v n Gillman
S ii... .i-. Sam .1 lh iman Leon
Kaplan. Eugene Katz, Jacob
K.i /man. Morris Lev itt, l i onai 1
Luria, Norton Pallot, Donald
iteiff. lleischil Rosenthal, Jack
Schenkman, George A. Simon.
: lioordci
, : las! lies. A s
YMHA new groui is the ] !--
S50 5V\
Way out front
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their freedom from weather worry.
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with twice-dail; Btreamliners, privi
Pullman room nd dc luxe reserved recllning-
ndlj i ngc-
tavi rvice.
Be sure, bi
v. ie you to i
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* Jen l§ti Flcrictiarr? Paqo 9-A MARKING THE FRUITION Of A LONG-CHERISHED DREAM Leaders Express Confidence in New Service to Area new facilities of the YM KVHA oi the "Y" in a series lerocnts: >>rschel Ros*nthal, presi[•The new YMHA facilities Irovide a program needed >ro\\ing community. The ponsc thai has i,--. eived thus far portends I,,i the future The Y will focal poinl "( Jewish |if ( .ind bring toIhe members 11 the Ji wkmmunitj. as well as serve ing and stabilizing in| A. Budd Cutler, honorarj lent and immediate past bent: "This new facility £ the fruition of community encj dreams to meet cum In needs The .In nt Study. cted by the Greater Miami sli Federation and the Y." the impetus for tins new |ty, It is especially imporJto note that the new facility Iniiu he made available to the munity at least a year or two ^,< ol schedule Isidore B. Simkowiti, past lent: This new Y' building ing thai I and all of the i have worked in lead\ p i ap icities have looked for fd ;.i for man) years, It is fyin to us thai il has : aiity. The 1 be able I i mui ii services! .:r jn Sirkin, ern Section, Naitonal Jewish Weilaic Hoard: "This is the most wonderful development in my twenty-six years of contaet with the 'Y' in this community. We now have an unusual facility foi open-air programs that can com pare verj well with man) other cites Ihroughoul the country. This is a fine Image thai the '" w.ll now presenl lo the community • L?ci Kaplan pa.'l president, temporary chairman, Development Fund Steering Cominittei and vice president ol the Nation al Jewish Wellare Hoard: "This new faciliy, located in Scuthwesl Dade County, is one of the most important results of long an i careful communlt) planning by the Greater Miami Jewish Fed( ration, and a member agency. the 'Y.' Thousands of people ol all ages, as well as community organization!, will he served by this facility and program. The purchase and renovation of this facility was a result ol years of planning by the YMHA, which culminated in a joint study with the Greater Miami Jewish Fed cration, a study which took more than a year. This team effort of the V and Federation will result In greater service lo our community." • Sam Seitlin, chairman ol the Y < tun ersion Committee "We arc ad looking lorward to a won lei erii nee w ith these Y' Our l on\ i r to' iiittee : i inn to %  i %  %  _. a Y'*'IIA IM One of the largest swimming pools in the state ming meets. Plans call for a full BWimminq of Florida is expected to be a major attraction program lor all members ol the family, includ at the new YMHA located at 8500 SW 8th St.. ing instructional classes, water games and Miami. The pool is suitable for official swimgeneral recreational acuities. r~~l TT 1 ; -~ • % ; "**'**;•* %  Ins*' [Affiliates Already .Meeting In Agency's New Horn : %  < %  %  W i I in' Ivcd • into the new YMII at C3O0 SI have turned < ver by thi "> d ni I) %  !. ctors to a ne. on n Con m e i ndei nship of Sam Seitlin nit tec i: now acti' i mi man) phases ol the fi im luding building reno un, program plans, mcmbci rams, and others h e firs! step in the plans of committee was the transfer xisting program operations. an 'm Sunday, Dec 27. i a meeting of the Miami nch Senior Citizens Club al in v location, on Tuesday -'.< the Senior Citizens mcl in, while thai same evening clubs began Iheir neel there r il. mal actix ith s wei c i t step in the \olved ii •• • 11> %  \i menl .. otlices and equipment 16th Kve i. a Miami Bn i %  S llOOl and Hi' • whic! .:i lor tne timi rship Commitappointed under the b %  %  r i anship ol Richard BrickIan !> recommend membership : • %  ity hm i of a i 'on al Com ersion, v %  i • ma i •; ,M i Ii an I p l ommitti The task of determi ling room 1 ai rai gements for bona fide communit) organizations w ,i over to a committee und< r the chairmanship of -lack KatZman Another group has been given the responsibility tor plan ning a series ol Open House pro grams to introduce the community to the new facility On of these open houses is now being i lined under the leadership of Mar-hail Harris. A sp< cial gn w i. jned lo v nrl on the ol the YM and YWHA pi rty and (he 92nd Vv< lai >itc -. ilie "V be rs nn ittee, wh • apn l i II e ; i pur: lOW 'i Rich iaii \ i. II Id %  ul 11 • mai k, Pi il I Mi rton Fellman Da\ id B 1 le' '.ii v n Gillman S ii... .i-. Sam .1 lh iman Leon Kaplan. Eugene Katz, Jacob K.i /man. Morris Lev itt, l i onai 1 Luria, Norton Pallot, Donald iteiff. lleischil Rosenthal, Jack Schenkman, George A. Simon. : lioordci %  %  : las! lies. A s YMHA new groui is the ] -S50 5V\ Way out front— SEABOARD'S SILVER STREAMLINERS! .,;,,. ,;,,-,;• is for expi ir need travelers who value their comfort and relaxation, their freedom from weather worry. Again this winter Seaboard is tcay < with twice-dail; Btreamliners, privi Pullman room nd dc luxe reserved recllningndlj i ngctavi rvice. Be sure, bi v. ie you to i travel to ind om tl N irth. SILVER METEOR SILVER STAr. MORNING AND AFTERNOON 0LPARTURE3 rrrcM MIAMI i. 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Page 10-A ^JewisttUridiar Friday, Jcnucru, Series of Open Houses Are Being Mapped for Community Handball enthusiasts will find variety on the courts located at the new YMHA. These are two four-wall courts (shown above) and four one-wall courts. A series t open houses tor various age groups and tor comnuiniiv I aders an I organ satKms i> now being mapped by leaders oi the YMHA i introduce the new facilities at 8.MM> SW 8th St.. id tin' communitj at-large Plans anunderwaj for special events thai will take place during tho First few months <>f the year, ini-hiding an opes house for young couples, another for leen agei .Hid others for organization lead cis and lor senior citizens \ modern Nursery School u ill !,.contacted in facilities that are in process of preparation. A record breaking enrollment Is antlclpated for the summer day camp operation, which will be conducted during the summer school vacation ThenwiD bo a full-scale swimming program and a regular schedule for use „t the manj athletic facilities Teen canteen activities are among the anticipated programs. I or adults many new group activities will be ottered The meeting halls ill be made available for use b> eommunit) organisations Eban Urges Independence for African Peoples PALMER MEMORIALS "mimmVi Only Itmhk %  MMHt MIMtrs" UADm IN I i n.nual Bi %  l orida 1 .:onrevafl< SERVICE QUAUT| anno AND VA1UE! &*** >nd Rtcti ^ Board < SUNDAY, JAN %  ., M erotnerh Mt. Sinoi ( %  --•„, Feb. sfi a EFTIM ROSANC't 1 lr Rietf INITKD NATIONSiJTA)— Israel told the United Nations General Assemblj here recently that now that almosl all ol Africa's peoples were independent of colonialism, "the remaining" African naDignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very rea comfort to all. real i j EXCLUSIVE JEWISH CEVIEiERt AND COMMIT.; T UAU MO 1-7693 V/t SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7 50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS > %  "Us**" 15 1789 BI5CAYNE BLVD FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 lions "should not be right to sovereignty." The statemenl was made by Israel's Deputy Prime Minister Abba denied their 1)1) seven y arago "hen Ghana admitted to membership, and he had \< el< 'mod thai new mem br on behall of the Israel Govh., Eban, who came to take the place t rn menl temp, rarily of the ailing Israel •.: ter Mrs G o id a II •, Mr Khar. first ad lo an Issembl; since 1958, Ihe p '-' h h I held ,,;•. |si ae tnanenl 'presental Th? Genera! Assembly session v ..s dtvet-d chiefly to state ments congratulating the bod-,'s tew president, Alex Quai'.onSackey c l Chana, and to welcomii g ftnee new members admitted officially to the United N tions, Malawi and Zambia, both in AMca, and Malta. He congratulated hoth Mr Quaison-Sackej and his Govi nt upon the election I tesidenc) >l the Assembly's 19th -<•ion. admission ked .1 Mi ite' w'comiiq Zambia aid n ; the United Nations, Mr. Eban congratulated Malta. g nte I out that Malta was 'nked *o l.rael by Mediterran eon kinship." Although Malta v,as a snail nation, he SS)J •| '•,, %  : abinet member noli (I thai he w as here it Ibj teemM Emanual Gordon 1877-1946 A G '. N Is More I : .. i Hrry Oordon 1903-1964 %  'T.. : GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S.W. 12th Ave., Miami Ph. 373-5533 IKf C-CBDCN JAVIES B GCDON Chicken Supper Scheduled The V! \j-ociation I i %  en iti the i-M. '. pper at \\ ishinqton Fed .; Washington v e "ii Jan 24. Reservati ms chairmen are Mrs. Mollie Schu iv.inn and MrGertrude Reisen bach GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open Every Day • Closed Sabholfc 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 Miami's Only Strictly Jewish Monument Dealer This Emblem Identifies Your Welcome Wagon Sponsors^ HEZALRLTS ISRAELI DISCOUNT HOUSE Complete tin? of Religious Articles and Israeli Art Products LARGt SELECTION Of TAltSIM, TflUM AND TAMUIKAS Spcifil Attention to Bar Mitzvab Outfits i 0 949 Washington Ave. JE 2-2210 REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Gr-'alT Miami's largest & Oldest Supply House for Synano-iu s Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale t Reloil ISRAW GIFTS AND NOVILTIIS 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 Flmt 0: preslige In the business and civic life ol your community. FIHM5 INTERESTED IN SP0NS0VSHIP, PLEASE CAIL HI 8-4994 AMERICAN ISRAELI t> RELIGIOUS STORE ft ALL Rf LIC'OLS ARTICLES FOQ 'VNAGOCllFS SCHOOLS HOMES 1357 WASHINGTON AVE. J* 1-7722 S. Schwarti TO SfcRVE YOU IS OUR PLEASURE Ed. J. Vischi Krai Estate in III its KranrSivs 124S6 N.E. 7th AVENUE Phone PL 4-4661 "Mediterranean history has proven the ability of small nations to transcend their smallntss." Mr Eban also plunged into ar ementi lor personal confer. nces with n any ol the 58 Foreign Ministi rs and other leading world hi re for the Asi.embl) In mosl <>f Ihese lalks he will be acci mpanied bj l>rael perma ... i) i..." iled t" ... Jewish %  notions i ii\ at r ol mai in.I r%  in i t" i V LAKESIDE MEM0K1M PAKK AND 6ARDEN MAIS0LE11 • THE SOUTHS MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY' N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. 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inuary 8. 1965 ^Jew/sti itcric/ia/r Paqe 11-A o Chair Brotherhood Fete •nl "i John i!. Ring, tied public accountant an of the Board of Trus United Kunrl oi Dade WiainiKUi uL the 19th herho id Dinner oi the g| ,i oi the National oi Christians and Jews JTTwas ato"r 'in-eek I Clyde A:' I'l'H'n Thnrp ind Itlibai-fl K Wolfsoii. eo chair ~"-K*n m ""' Florida Region's ^ : Board et > "' %  l Dinner will !><• held he font linebleau Hotel -lorida K :onnere<< ing firm of Ring, Mahony and Arner. A past president of the United Fund. Ring u a former general chairman oi the Community Chest campaign here MC IS B member oi the Citizens Board oi the I'niversit) of Miami and past presi dent of the Economic Develop ment Coined of the Miami-Dadc County Chamber of Commerce. in accepting the cnairmanshin II inn praised the National Confer • •.e el Christians and Je -" tor itpit n< erina r le in establishi ii the healthy relationship between all.reiisinii^ and races in Daae i untj ••The NCCJ's program since 1938 • uved th wa; for strong le iderhip < f former r, iv. LeRoj Collins i>. establishing Dadevery sensi rights program. This approach has >c:'n made successful largelj by na ntaining adequate communica tion between the ranfor which lie citizens ol Ihis community should be thankful." Ring said. He also lauded "v establishment ol the Metropolitan Dade Count) ( mmunity Relations Board add ding, special credit must go to Bishop Coleman F Carroll for itcreati n and sue essful Implemen Rabbi lehrfield is Speaker The vital role played bj won in Jewish life was discus Ral lu Dau i Lehrfield, spii I leader of Knosi t'i Israel tion. „t the second annual n i bership tea of the Miami Beac Chapter ol Neshei Chabi Lubavitcher Women's Leat We lnesda\ in the home MrDavid Lehrfield. I 100 Lei %  •si Broti t-'eb. SS at vice president of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants and is sen partr.rr m thMiami accountRio* Anwrtcio f 'J p A-Weapons of Mideast i Itotinued from Page 1-A Jiemselvet by bringing nucomponentinto their prehiirace would be "great and p. fatal" but thai he doubted United stateand Russia I be invoh ed in any outbreak [clear warfare He suggested *heii and if inn dear armbred in the Middle East, "a Batic subsystem would auto •ally detach it sell from Ihe I system." said he based his doubts on Power involvement on the that the United States and isia had been progressively able to impose their will on smaller states over nuclear Ipons because the threat of trmination as • means of control was "far too disprolonately outrageous to be jsible." iwever, he added, the two kt nuclear powers could agree !>. themselves not to intervene lea-! they could renounce promises of unconditional price enemies, allies or uncoined nationobtained posses of atomic weapons. fOSTER ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. Electrical Contractors ItSIDtH'HL COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL ALTERATIONS MAIN TENANCE PAIR FOSTER, •resident A"? CONOITIONINS and ADFOl ATE WIRING (64 W. FLAGIER ST. HI 8-2671 ligl.ts. Sunday* A Holidays Dial HI 3 0922 Sure! But you must help him go from the security of a Stuffed toy to the security he will know when he has a college education. The transition is not easy. The transition is expensive. But the days are coming when the Teddy Bear must he replaced by microscopes, physics books and the responsibility of "making a living". Will he be able to "make a living" in this competitive world? Probably... if he has a college education. That takes money. So start saving now and save regularly. Help him go from the security of a stuffed toy... to the security of a good education. FIAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS M %  ; • \\, \*Each account insured up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings & Ia*n Insurance Corporation. Current Annual Rate Compounded Quarterly IfW I Sv ** -:-. •r [FOR BETTER HE/.ITH VISIT THE IA Ml HEALTH INSTITUTE PHYSICAL THERAPY BOOT CONDITIONING I GENERAL DIAGNOSIS & X-RAY COLOMIC IRRIGATIONS ULTRA SONIC THERAPY CABINETS and MASSAGE 7235 Biscoyne Blvd. Phone PL 7-7234 M If —*"** PAUL H. MARKS, President DOWNTOWN: 101 Northeast First Avenue • BRANCH: Biscayne Shoppinf Plan



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Page 12-A +JeistncrMian Friday. Januarv 8 ne e /i '3 tons & AOUDATH ISRAEL. 701 Cerlyle Avt Orthodo. Rabti luic Ever. :n Snturil %  i" I %  /. of Am. rfi .1 S.il.. -:i M1/1.,, 1. 1 1 1: %  i 1•.: Kiiii, I..--\i mil .V \ ill %  1.11hffl bin hdi AH1VAT SHALOM CONGREGA. TION o5 SW 7th Awe. Orthodox. Cantor Israel Kershner. • — AMSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave. Conservative • BETH DAVIO 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Conservative. Cantor William W. Lip-on 1' i CIS p m I'ST Sabbath s. %  low Pi Inn I Etrj %  Mlw .-. h if. pr< nidi M "f Beth I MI Id I rd I '.ilini vv. 1--. VI. |>i .-.1 •..f the rent L'SY convi ntlun In 'li 1 i(jfi v.1 .;., Inn .-'•• : hi n Dri % %  u k Klvti .' • • 1 > pi 11 SHI HI Jaj %  '11 Si rmon. "I1njcu< .ir. Pta-" I tar Mltsvah: Mumha, daush1.1 % %  ( Mr and tin laadi re t'oulton BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Solomon Schiff. i C30 p.m lie* imptlnn of late lice* 1; 1. vi -;.,., k. r I ten 1 :-%  n "M.. r M> i Ira ndfathi %  Katji li n Sermon: "T< ni %  EETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. Rjbbi Berel Wem. • EETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice Mamches. BETH KOOESH. 1101 SW 12tr Ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Beniamin Ben-Ari. KrMay v IS p.m Sermon: "The Powi-r rnuth." Oneii Shabbal hoatr I'hillp •••• ., and 1*11 W'cin• .-.!• • 1 n ir Si-rmon: "Weekly Portion." BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 13630 W. OKII* Hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. • I'. p in S. r 11' M latol rid I'hiloMiph) %  %  < -.%  ,-ivatlvi .1 Idal-'n -1 in .-. rlen h 11 111.I.1 %  • i BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd .ve. Ortnodox. Ralph Krieger. secretary. • — 8TH TFiLAH 935 Euclid Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky • — BETH TORAH 1C4U1 St and NE 11th Ave. Conservative Rabbi Max Lip(ChltX. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaiim. and • %  ,• '" I '• Milsi /. n Is lri hi ni>uni i a.m I! 1 Mltsvali M .'1.1 M rv i-ld. K nl Mi and \l., 1 vv %  • .Al RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor J.ick Lerner. 1 11 %  1 S' AN '-F. DF.EW CIRCLE OF" Ml ervices J his lAJeehend CANDLWGHJING TIME 5 Shevat — 5:26 pan. AMI 15'9 Washington Av-. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Roencv;ig. e -LAGLER GRANADA 50 NW 51st PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfe'dCantor George Goldberg. Frida) 8 IS p m. Kermoi 'l"nlt> In A.I on >ne Hhubbal U) Mi and Mrs I >a\ id < loldenbera in hun< lii. till il da) of ili.ii il.."uhi. II' Hi mi t' 'tt.ni Hal M •'/.> li I :..i) -li .f Mr. ami Midene Srul. — • PT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. -— • HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetres dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander SGross. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SiNAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Raobi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. — • — HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th St., Homestead. Conservative. Cantor Pincus Aloof. • SRAELITE CENTER. 3176 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. KIII.I> .'':l*> and vl'. p.m Kermon: "The Prlni Iple "f s.-lf-A. eptani %  < %  n.-ii Shahbat upoiu I b> Itikur "•holliii in hi>nni .f Mr :.11.1 MiMax ParneHK Saturday R:45 a.m. Kermon: "The Practical I'w of t-anh Mln. ha i to i %  ni Bar Mltsvah: Allen Stantev, nun <.i" Mr. and MiN" liBHln JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern. Krlilaj 5:13 and R:30 p n Mlsrai hi Klonlxl Kabbath Kermon: "Kellvioiir Zi. .in-iii" Saturdaj 10 .. n KVrmnn: The 1*11 • of STI • il'.iii. — • KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Self. rYl.lay '. and In l> m Rn %  %  • 1.. ...lii if tii. t.... .i i "ii i i ... 11,|| %  i:. .;.' I'.in Mltsvah c '• %  %  ..f Mi n i Mm Inivld •. Id*n • ^f. n >. : in-n "W< •! I lion — • : SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. S45 Collins Avt. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nahatlas. | Tii. Toruh ithe ITEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Capian. Cantor Maurice Neu. Ill .Hi.I v IS p n Si %  111'-II ; %  \ li. i-t ll< Ions n %  he i • %  -i .in, .-. in..ii I.. Mj People ;• %  Bar Mltsvah Michael Cohen: Mil hael Al n--11. —— • TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. TEMPLE BETH EL OP HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. TEMPLE BETH SHiRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morns SkoD. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chat* Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviaer. l-'.i'l.iv ::. p.m. Sermon: "An Open Ijetter t" l.I:.i on American Imtniicrntlon Poiicb'H, ;.-n.,.%  .i. Convention and iSerman Scientlnta." Saturday 10 i V1IAMI BEACH ET2 CHAIV. 15+4 Washington Avr. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. —1_ MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Brd Rd. Modern Traditional. -• DHEV SHALOM 911 Nor...,indv Or Orthodox. Raobi Phinras Weberman. iOUTHWEST CENTER t^.B SW 8th St. Conservative. RabUi Zrvi G'eenwalil A TASTE OF HEBREW A Weekly Column for Beginners presented by THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE and the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION MHor: DR. SHI.OMO KODESH We're counting young men: One. lv.o. ihree four. five. six. We arc counting young women: One. lo. three four, five, six I have one boy student and one girl studenl. I am looking for house number two. I work till two o'clock. How many brolhers do you have? I have three brothers and ihree sisters. You have a large family. Where do you live? Wc live in house number four. In this house there are four noon. What is the lime (hour)? It is already five o'clock. I begin to learn al six o'clock. I have lo go. Shalom (peace)' See you again! > :B"v:r! Bne*D ::r,:* ,rT\rrr ,=*:fin* nvfv ,nv^_n ,r,>;x m .* :rwna a^ero i:n:* flhf ,avr~' f.n* *# ,vtn ,yv\* rn* nvetflfi nn* TB*fl "\ tr. D'jff *.ps r." tne % 3* nnr n^v ny naip •< ?:£ v\ a*n* n?p rrn* rrsr. B'HK n?r *) i"j Rfrhj nnirs %? tf. ?B ,.2 OP)* n'B'K n%tn* "JBS r.*a a'n; wMg iiWp y>n5 ih_ rtjg r;a tmn -,3 nyvn Inycn no tivf nyv* "raVt ^nro VS roYl n| % 3* ir'-.itnrnb llM TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16*00 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman. PVIday R:S0 p.m. Rermon: "Tii.-:-.i^ a difference Between IA-I My l'...;.|, 00 and Send M> People." Baturdaj > cm l:.iiMltsvah: Michael, son nl Mi and MrJack Kaplan • TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 1 i iiiu\ s:30 p.m. Otieai uplrtttial lead.1 i'i Herman i*ohen. Saturday 0 .i.in. s, iiii.-n: %  w. • ki> Portion." TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Naroti-'iiii.iv 1,1 p.m, Sermon: "Should Jewish I'ollcsje Stlldcnta Str,--'rii.i, I'eopleh I oi Their Reltfrloua l'lf• %  i -ii. Talk t.i Inbaaed on rereni gatherins of Hill.. I ruundatlon dli %  lor* :M VVaehlnmon. TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave. LiberalReform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. Ki i,i.. y vis p.m Sermoi \ cai i "all Mi l. u i-ii .in.I Ji i>. .... Mi Satui da) 11 .i in BII .'• %  r Mr .. Mi Ml > Jim ;.li Kiel TEMPLE MEf.Ohpl. 620 7'ith St Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. • !". |i in s-n • Thi i ml tin I 'iIn I: .,\l / VI i| \|, %  r I : • .< ji 1 %  • -_ TEMPLE NER TAMID 80th St and Ta!..m W.ite'way Modem Traditional Rabm Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. — • EMPLE OR OLOM. r.omcv.'l vt 8755 SW '6tn St Miami R.ibbi Sann.cl April Canto-Nico Zeldman. • | ; I .Ml v — e TEMPLE SINA: OF NORTH MIAMI 12100 Nt I5tll Ave. Retcrni Ram,. Daniel M. Lov.y. Cantor Chet Gale I 'i iila %  1". |. HI I .inill\ Sadi -. I I ii rnin mil Hi i. ii i:ii... i...,i.. N ImnuiH, • "HI ..I i-'.,. mn u, i I'on A'aii'i-i .' nan, .-• %  • Klllllllll III • | .. .. |;.. I III III r... i, dan. .-. i in..n Tin Ji in 11. .,, i : '• Vise In 11 \|. n l.il.i ii > i di ill. — • TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 951 E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative. 1 p.m. Sutiirdii) .. Kidi h lo follou — • — TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave Conservative Rabbi Hershel Brooks Cantor Ben Dickson. l-'i Ilia; • I |. in (inept api-alcei I >i .1 M. \ .,y, o| ii,,. Mai in. I..II..I..I,., i 1 nivi rail Mi.in,i sui.j, ,i. Th, ''"' '•" %  I' • %  ii Think. Tnlk mill i.-i h?" Saturdaj > i %  m Sermon: s\ l.l> Portion SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION B0 Israelites hurriedly partake of paschal lamb. Egyptian fin born are slain by Gotl "And ye shall eat it in haste—il is the Lord g |,.., 0 \.. (Exod. 12:11). >m m <"The Lord -mote all the first born In the land of Kn'yp;(12:29). B() — Cod sent Moses lo Pharaoh once more with the |J lowing words: "Go In unto 1'haraoh and tell him: gl thou refuse i" lei My people go, behold, tomorrow will I hnnj locustinto thy border'" (Exod. 10:M>. Pharaoh MOUI.I not moved Then Cod punished Egypt with a thick darkni Y| Pharaoh remained adamant. Finally, Moses warned thi K-1 of Egypt that God would send the most fearful plague ol ul. tr.J death of all the first-born in the land, both of men and beasts The Israelites were given the ordinance of the Passover, ^1 named because God passed over the homes of the Israelites uhetl he killed the first born of the Egyptians, on midnight of the! fifteenth day of the first month iNissani. Pharaoh was -hakcuj at last. He sent the children of Israel from the land. They cofrl listed of "about six-hundred-thousand men on foot, beat dren." In their haste to leave Egypt, the Israelites baked matzoftl from dough that was not leavened. Hence the prohibition agtisfl eating leavened bread on Passover This recounting of the Weekly Portion ot the Law is e %  tracted and based upon "Tho Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage" edited by P. Wollman Tiamir. $15 Publisher Is Sbenoold, and tho volume is available at 11 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President of tho society distributing the volums is Joseph Schlang. THE RABBI SPEAKS WOW HIS PUtPIT 'Vanishing Jew' Concept Is Neutraliied by Judaism io a >mi Mi tenc By RABBI DAVIO ROSENFELD Flagler-Granada Jewish Center QUESTION: Is the Jew really vanishing, and what can we do to make suro that he does not? First, l Relieve th;it the Look Magazine article, though alerting the American Jew t" the problem o f assimilation, unnecesa aril y frightened t h e Jewish community, ;i n d possibly exaggerated t h e problem Throughout history, t 11 e .1 e v\ had always beei confronted w 1 1 ii t h c question < f assimilation %  n d t he dilution 0 I Jevt i^h trail, a ti il Jewish values Vet we -in vived—either beJB8l RoSENrllO cause "t the remtensification "i Jewish education and the Jewish home, <" because of the abiding loyalty ol the dedicated Jew. Statistics do not always reflect a true picture. There is a rennais sonce of Jewish observance, Jew ish learning, and loyalty to the synagogue and Torah. However, the article did alert the community to the need for a I 1 reemphJM-. of transmit) Jewish heritage to our y. pie if the) are to apprei al distinctiveness and uniqi i Jewish values and idealthe nir>>t vital factors coir to the miracle ol Jewish in the pasl is the beamy s. .uid warmth of an authentic home Parents, b) word and di rekindle the spark "f love spec! t"i Judaism if Ihej the spirit and tradition ol i I i permeate the home must show their children ii. ism is nol a thing >>( the ; interesting curio ol the bul rather a living, creat lir.mt w i> nt life. In .i Idition io the hi -iiiiini must transl intellectual and mural i %  lew ish literature. c< ies, music — the whole Jewish learnit The-, i.-i rvations at revelation They are well But the final answer tn thi irticle is known And yo li icb them diligently unl 1 children and talk to them So rabbis may talk ol ii about it. preach it. espouse practice it. But when the I nity of Israel adopts it an i 'v it. then we can justifiably si our alarm at the possibility vanishing Jew. yh ill ee> vlnv I %  1 Homecoming at Temple Menorah h,f (m.) — bi (f.) whtt is the time (hour)? already at five o'clock (to) see you again! YOL'R DICTIONARY FOR TODAY fro 2 von nypj rimn-T? We are counling 0 ,JB'.0 umit until '* il hour nyj? bow much no; sistsr — sisters JTI'W — flTrtij you (pi, n) oriK TEMPLE ZlON. 8000 Mill*r Rd Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. TIFERETH ISRAEL. (500 N. Miami Awe. Conservative. Rabbi Henri Wernick. 1 1 ill. ii N :" |. in M in..ii "I >• tin 11, .1 l^-.i.li i -iiip i ; Khnhlml I.. ii..ii,,i I IneonilriK "ffi. .i. ..i Hi. iMmsreariitlon %  "-'1 irila; .i m s, i -vv.-.-ui i'..i tii.n VOUNG ISHAtL. 90 NE 171st St Orthodox. Raobi Shervwm Stanber. | lYlilm 5:is i> ni s.iiui.i.u ;• ft.m s,. ; nmn: "The v. ,.iCom n> .•• Tim pj'ir i frr .".:-<•, I i.i i,ioperatii r: uith ihe Greater Miami Rarbinicdl Aiioa'dtion. Con'.'mjior of features j,DR. MAX UPSCHTTZ r-.Mfuj| leader o/ Hrtli T..rjh C' nirrr-.it:,., i of Norili MfSISi Braeli Homecoming Weekend at Tern pie Menorah consisted of three functions aimed at uniting college students in Te mple Menorah. Highlight of the activities was a turkey luncheon" with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz on Saturday. \ here more than 50 college men and women gathered al Temple Menorah's Youth Lounge and were served a luncheon by the Temple's Sisterhood. The luncheon was followed by a two-hour study session during which Rabbi Abramowitz outlined the basic principles of Judaism and answered questions. In a follow tip brunch during the week. Rabbi Abramowitz met with the Host Committee to evolve plans for maintaining contact between the Rabbi and students throughout the year. Participating in the Homecoming Weekend at Temple Menorah were University of Miami, Bruce Rapee. Marilyn Berman. Jamie Barkin. Janice Revitz. Henrv l ; nger, Martin Friedman, Marilyn Solomon, Ted Cooper. Neil Buef binder. Sammy Siegel, Ruhan Friedman, and Laraine Frn University of Florida. Martin Kr. vets, Douglas Noble, David Nook Susan Abel, and Robert 1 Florida State. Kenny Su Miami D a d e Charles Strath* Kent State. Charles Lindenluurr. Tulane, Joel Reinstein: Emersm Barbara Segal; Michigan St*t Gail Greenhouse; I'nivcrI) Tennessee. Janet Baron; IndiiM University, Marjorie Frank-1. Al tioch College. Thomas Sea: phie Newcomb, Linda University of Michigan, Scotl son; and from Georgia Tech. R ert Ett. Stssion on Judaism Rabbi S. 1. Swirsky conductfl a question and answer session •Judaism" dtu-ing a meeting • the Dora Stein Sisterhood ol Israelite Center on Tuesday W* ning in the Social Hall. R.trest, ments were served. Siaterw* president is Mrs. Chester LeiW'l



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I, January 8, 1965 +Jen 1st ncridlian Paqe 13-A OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS Rabbi Hershel Brooks Of Temple Zamora V Rabbi Hershel Brooks has been spiritual leader of Temple Zamora for the past three years. Rabbi Brooks received degrees fiom Mesifta Torah Vodaath in Brooklyn. N. Y.; Telshe Yeshiva, Cleveland, O.; Institute of Higher Learning, Spring Valley, N. Y.; T i f e r e t h Jerusalem Rabbinical Seminary, N. Y.; Yeshiva University; New York University; and University of Miami. He was ordained in 1952 at the Mesifta Torah Vodaath and went on to receive his Master's of Rabbinic Law from Tilereth Jerusalem Rabbinical Seminary. He has a Doctor of Rabbinic Law from Chaim Berlin Rabbinical College in New York and a Master of archaeological study in Aramaic liter lature from the ln>titutc of Higher Learning. At New York University and the University of Miami, he majored in government, psychology and philosophy. Rabbi Brook> is a past member of the New York Board of Rabbi-. Rabbinical Alliance. Rabbinical Council of America and is at pres ent a member of the Creator Mi ami Rabbinical Association. religious activities for the Miami Cood Will Industry. He is a member of the board of the Zionist Or -amzation and B'nai B'rith and Chaplain "f Murray Solomon Post oi JWV Rabbi Brooks and his wife. Alma Loi>. are the parents of a recentIv arrived daughter. She is a graduate "f Drexel Institute of Tech nology in Philadelphia. 1'a. She holds a I'.S degree and was a medical technologist. She is active in National Women's League, and is adult education chairman for the Southeast Region. She belongs to Kineret Chapter of Mizrachi Won. en and National Council of Jewish Ner Tamid Sixth Annual Concert He is city-wide coordinator "1 Women RiBBI HiRSHtl BROOKS on View Toni Evans :oral Gables ih w of etchings and oils will pen for -i press showing on (v at the Sindelid Gallery in Gables and on exhibit i<>r %  neral public beginning next laj \i-\ is 21-year-old Toni Evins, nor in fine arts at the Cm l> of Miami. Is Evins is the daughter of Maida Heatter and grandkter ol Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel ler, of Miami Beach. Mr. fcer iJhe world-renowned raInd television newscaster and hentator, s* Evins' work was recomJed for showing at the gallery fcr art teachers. The exhibition [remain on view lor several Is Sindelir Gallery is at 90 f i m Ave. Sixth annual concert of Temple Ner Tamid will be held in Sklar Auditorium of the Temple on Sat urday evening at 8 p.m. Appearing on the concert is MisRose Byrum, lyric colotura soprano, well-known here for her ippearance with the opera Guild and Rudolph Frimil last season, Miss Byrum studied in New York and won a scholarship to stud) with the Metropolitan Opera. She in the Metropolitan opera Audi lion of the Air in 1956-57, she .ilsii appeared at the Radio City Music Hall, with Raymond Paige conducting, and with the "Voice 'ii Firestone Last April. in I'mvidence, R I she was cast opposite Jan 1'iene in "Rigoletto." as Gilda. Another popular star Saturdaj is Tony Daryll, .well-known here for a recent appearance at the Eden Roc Hotel, an.l also remembered for his role of Chino, in •West Side Story,*' both latest performance was at Miami Beach Auditorium at a recent Jewish National Fund Kenned) Memorial. pal plans are discussed by Hy Posner, chairman of the sixth jiual Temple Ner Tamid concert, and Murray A. Sh^w, esiden'. of the Temple. The concert will feature Tony Daryll, |r of stage and screen; Raul Spivak, concert pianist; Rose turn, lyric-coloratura soprano; and Cantor Saul H. Breeh. concert will be held on Saturday evening, Jan. 9. Prokds will go to the Religious School of Temple Ner Tamid. THE McCUNE COMPANY CONSULTANTS — APPRAISERS MIAMI Established 1914 FRanklin 3-7796 r^^W


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Faqe 14-A "Jw#fAbrMwi Friday, January 8, 19jJ Ponorcirna: By DAVID SCHWARTZ FA Abba Eban's Speech at UN Draws Packed Attendance A cih i>> %  M>ba Eba nited Nat i a packed attendance bj ;ill accounts made a I strong Impres sicn. \ Idn 58 ing the United Nations is .i se\ i re test for any sp< aker. It is like addressing an assembly of orators Listening to Eban speaking is like listening to Rubinstein at the piano. Disraeli spoke of who was "inebriated with tin' i xuberam %  • oi his v i i Eban has .. wonck rful \ crbosit) iT;ii he das il u id r i I N'ot so long ago, Eban, speaking ol some political (ig ure, said thai Ihe latti r expres. se I "a minimum amount ol though! in a maximum amount di words, rhal is a very forceful phrase and is typical of Eban. Orator) is not simply the piling up of words S ime times tincutting di wn ol words to one pithy sentence is far more effective. Words and style alone, howc\ pr ood Eban knov s, are insufficient As Balfour onc( I :, 1. ,.:n .ilr;i:il Mi M);„ \ ith's lucidity ol st; le i not hi Ip him when he has noth ing i" saj Eban loo has li i nu i He iquick to pei cei. e a comic situation Recently in Israel, aDeputy Prime Minister, he welcomed the International Chess Tournament and began by saying %  sentence or two m the languagi s ol the chess players from the different nations and then Khan remarked. "But i suppose you would all understand if I spoke Yiddish So many of the players from the various nations weir lewsj li loi klike soon anyone wishing to n il Amerit an literature will have to first learn Hebrew Anyway, the current American best seller. "Herzog." by Saul Bellow, is replete with quotations from the prayer book and the Torah — in Hebrew Also, he quotes many Yiddish expres sions. Bellow must have had a very Jewish upbringing. It's odd how language stays with US. 1 read an interview in a New York paper with Elizabeth Taylor and she used ihe eatp sinn ""Oi Geyald Once a J< 1 "'"^L V T)L "ffi "'"i-tiw fc a -1 ^._ iii Gevald," by the w ay, w< make a wonderful title for book. Writing the book be easy, once you have stu title. Speaking about Yiddish pressions. when DOS-Jewish I Grant, at the Israel Bond ( nuk,i festival, told about •"Bubi" and Zadi (Yiddish grandfather and grandmoti, of Eastern Europe, all of M son Square Garden rocked w joyful delight %  r~nHol Snntli^f Rv Mil TOM FRIEDMAN Senate Action Being Sought Against Arab Boycott Washington CENATE ACTION WILL be sought early this year • against Arab boycott harrassmenl ol American companies Administration appeasement of the Arab-conceived conspi ICJ in restraint ol trade ma> Ited b) .i bi-partisan Senate move American firms receive arrogant questionnaires from the Arab states Blacklisting is imposed bj 13 Arab regimes, mart] supported economically bj United States, if American ci mpanies reject li-lsrael and anti-Jewish requirements The mood ot Congress is currently responsible tii Arab backing oi the pro-Communist Con oles i Is, the burning of the is Information Agency Library in Cairo, and the destruction ol an American plane bj the Egyptian Air Force resulting in the death ol the American pilot. When businessmen ask Washington what to do about the Arab questionnaire, the; maj be told that this government doe* not approvi ol the boycott Bui the troubU is thai no one in the government t r> businessmen thai thej have a right to thi in questionna n t awa> ( ham ei i imerci lacking ih -.i guidance from Washington, help to tifj the firms in c nee with the insultii len S i Harrison A Williams, Sew Jcrsej Demo will re-inti i he initiated last session to protect businessmen lie introduced an mendment to thi Export > mtrcl Act to prohibit the \ral.. from demanding t S firms provide data boyci t A number ol the Arab states insisting on then 'right" tn boycott American companies trading with Israel have violated and ignored thi' American UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON The Arab Ended With A Whimper i nitei Natii ns COME PEOFLF ** that ton iv must ei ..ar i %  n in the (Jen I.hi o| I with a e. Everyone e-l ir m bvginni I ii LII tain, i out ol step — except the Ai abs 115 members at the United Nations, 102 in sisted on peace and international cooperation But the 13 Arab states knew how wrong this major it; .i Not thai the Arabs were opposed to peace — on their terms Not that they hated international cooperation, so long as that doctrine was applied to them only. Thej even approved of liberty — for the Israel-hating Arabs They had no hesitancj what ever endorsing the principle of territorial integrity — so long as Israel were to be excluded from the application ol such a rule. Dut to the stubborn fact that the 102 members could not agrei with the novel thesis put forth by id a misi %  Even thi it yo ', %  live-' een %  %  i i r had I \nd %  did the Co ; i on demning I ;rai anted to put thro lion equati ;th ssive Israel bj calling upon both side*, equally, to stop shooting tn in the hip. To be sure, the Russians tried their best on the surface. When the mild American-British reso lution came to a vate, the Russians exercised their veto — and that draft failed to pass. At the Coun eil's very first of its Hi sessions on this issue, Syria had made a very long speech, When the Russians had finally cast their expected \eto. Syria again delivered a long speech Syria cried at the beginning, wept at the end And no one even bothered t. hand the Arabs .. towel As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL Issue at Berkeley Not Free Speech Only THERE IS, i i coui %  freedom-ofspeech iss lived in the recent %  il at the ni\ ersitj ol California %  Berkeley, But that issue, in this instance, is overshadowed bj several other factors Dr I lark Ki rr president ol the institution now al rim with 27.500 >tudents. stated %  r so ago that his univei .. 'neither entirely ol the world nor entii art from it." A successful peace maker in prickly labor-management disputes and recipient of the annual award of the Amei ican Association ol University Professors for distinction in support of intellectual liberty. Dr. Ken iin an admirable position to observe the huge waves of social and political ferment wash on the campus of his state institution, toss ing many of the students and professors Into a highly activist position. An urge toward activism by the new generation must indeed be the central issue at Berkeley Scores of idea! ists among ih< tudents have grasped the true meaning ii the civil rights revolution and are willing to join m it even at the risk ol ng counter to seemingly stringent the risk ol Ing their it oi • I ml • mic can Coupled • ith this, no doubt, is their deep sorrow over triumph ol California Proposition 14. that invidious political stratagem mounted by Golden State real estate Is. bringing the tentative collapse ol the Fail Hous ing movement in l alifornia, But given all this, the California students, had they been a few years older a bit more seasoned in the struggle tor the recognition of human dignity, might have avoided placing themselves in the vulnerable position in which they did find themselves when the early smoke <>f battle had burned away and some 800 arrests were made of univei-itv sil ins (not all of them students). This does not mean that the university administration is entire!) blameless An academic region in which the loyalty oath issue was -u long in the pressure cooker might be expected to saddle controls far too rigid on the college community Moreover, it is not too much of a generalization to say that the conservative business and industrial segments of our society appear predominanth on the governing boards of our state universities. Often the pungent fragrance of genuine academic freedom is too -trong for them to inhale strategic boycott of communist CUMO Sen Williams pointed out that while the eminent does not condone Aral) tactics W I ton has not moved to protect American !• ro effect of the blacklist Hibill wi the li ind those who throw Krab qu< naircs in the w aste bask) t The Senator s.'id his opposition to tin 'inquisition' was not directly linked to his foi Israel as .i fi iendly nation He sai to assert the right oi Americans to do bus in i i tin > please w insist that the Amei flag must not be lowered in surrender to pit whether bj < itlass i r questionnaire Sen Williams said, it is not enough t< : Ot condone these practlc We nu permit them (o-pon MH> assembling behind the William include Sen Jacob K .lav its. New York Repub Sen Abraham Ribicoff, Connecticut Democrat others. The questionnaires ask companies if Jew in then ho.nils. !f ihe companies grant use o! I patents to Israel, if the) render technical assist to Israeli firms, if they maintain branches in Iand so forth Man) American companies would have • %  jrael or invested tl. re but v < re detei ats In addition to the questionnaire %  • ertifn ates o| origin and lettei I It mi t i veil he certified that orderc I n -tin %  ii ML Rel Rod lea a 2 o < lie* ent M i f ialc lan •sei ovi lore rasl >een om'i said tiiy Miak her ; Off the Record: By NATHAN Z e e Page Frcm My DI'E. -i I T, a, B a. A A, In Wl £ Li C< Bi COME YEARS ago I attei i faith function at i m of Ne\ > I iwankii si hotels The dais wa Ited with outstanding lay and • I tonalities and the tables wen ad with men and women in all ii' and of all rel'gious denon ind some. I suspect, who were • 'A '^I^L relij ,,! all %  %  **. Akw At a table alongside the d.o%  .. Catholic priest alone and in contemplation as he into) a heavy cigar whose aroma was as incense Hi IU-S intrigued me. Before long I was to discovei association with this man of the cloth We had togethci on New York's Lower East Side he, as man who was dreaming of the priesthood, and I as you' v. ho was already rebelling against parental d< make me a rabbi, teacher and preacher in l>i. abode i as the church where, if mentor) serve.a lv. in.father was gardener and building uipervh ,ian adjacent house whence we often looked d< bewilderment and tear at the strangeness of bra As w. sat at the table, reminiscing about OUl it occurred to me to ask the priest why he Shaking off the ashes from the cigar With a dcli< distinctly nervous finger, he replied from what I v to gather tiiat he had not been permitted by his to sit at tnc dais. Although he did not say this, it conjecture he was barred from sitting in bro with infidi !s Delicatel) I reminded him of an incident not possibly have forgotten. It was on Simchas Some thirty chassidim were crammed in our liv •/;roo fit for ten. singing, chanting and rejoicing in the law. TM wine barrel was reaching bottom, but there w. haustion in chassidim singing and dancing on thi day of rejoicing. Our Christian neighbors beta spectacle, amazed at the constancy of the theme LaW that day, young John, now an eminent priest, sot out for questioning. He sensed something hauntir. the repetitious song. As we parted, there was significant silence I u_ us. Was he, too. wondering why it has come to past religious differences to prevent brethren trom sit'inj *] ether and breaking bread over one table in emit) 'ho" 2 not necessarily out ol complete consonance or agroea' i



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r, January 8. 1965 +Jet*lsti torrid tor Page 15-A I Only lesser' Criminals Will Escape Egypt, must cause the gravest misgivingc." £ Continued from Page 1-A latinu to Nazi crimes made use ot II only when it served their political purposes. He said that the response of such governments to the West German appeal was there-' lore highly doubtful. He reiterated the request of the Hamburg Senate that the deadline for prosecution of all murder charges, political and otherwise, be extended for another ten years after next May. West Germany's decision to adhere to the statute of limitations on prosecuting Nazi war criminals c* \*f MIAMI'S fINEST ••••• GAR WAXING • SAM TENDLES'S { 13th It. I N.I. 2nd Ave. — C*C5ITI ilAfcS — taeee f R 4-3579 •••••* & CET AWAY FROM IT ALL \\ r ,~a :--; Sy fh clock* • rwj do l > 1 J |tt of *hocll 7 f%t your ca-t -• th# sos. ilo yours* j engines had shut off as soon as the Sliafog signals were heard. He Ft.'.-t the tinker was "practiclead in the water when the m. at top speed, knifed Into herjs cut her m tv 0 Seminars Set For Teachers British Government end he urged West German authorities "to reconsider their decision t o waive the time limit on war crimes by Nazis." Mr. Edelman. addressing a meeting of the AJA executive council, said this decision to let Nazi war criminals "escape justice is a retrograde step, and would have an; adverse effect on West Germany's relations with the free world." The Bonn announcement, he declared, "re.id in conjunction with Germany's adamant refusal to es( tablish effective legislation to curb activities of German scientists in FOKT LAUDIROALIS NtWtST AFT. CORAL LAKE TOWERS MOW RENTING! Rent .1 Sp.icious Apartment Year 'Round for LESS than a Seasonal Hotel Rate. Just completed immediate occupancy. 1 or 2 Bedrooms Beautiful Pool. Individual Air Con ditiomng and Heat. Write for Free Brochure Phone: 566 9855 1131 N.E. Mtti Street Ft. louderdole, Flo First session of Seminars for Pre Schorl Teachers of Greater Miami began on Wednesday at 8:15 p.m. at the new offices ol the Bureau ol Jewish Education, 040 Lincoln Road Mall. First session reviewed .1 paper written by Dr. Paul I. Adams presented at the national convention ol the National Association for the Education ol Your 1 Children. The seminalsessions will continue wet klj throui h Fcb 10, and include presentations b> Shirlej Kaufman. Television Dcp irti ol the Dade Count] Board ol Instruction; demonstration by the faculty cii Temple Or 01< m led by Mrs. Ruth Penick: Dr. Robert E. Menricks. Department of Education. University of Miami: Prof. Andrew Bialolenki. director of the Whitefield .School of Miami Beach: and Esther Lowenthal. director of Case Work Jewish Famil] and Children's Sen ice All sessions will l"' hel 1 al the Bureau offices except on Jan 20, scheduled f< r Temple ir 1 Horn. 8755 sw 16th St Miami. The Seminars an s| the Bureau ol Jewish Educa and the Ji •' %  ish congn pre school teachers ol Greater Miami u i ili Naomi Bram 1 %  ctor ol the Temple Km..;. 1 El Pi Si ;i president ftrohgYet £afe-GrVe$ Hours of Continuous Relief from Minor ARTHRITIS RAIN Anacln* ejvei hour* of fOftcfnuoui roiief from arthritis' minor pa even inch chronic pain arising from ili-ep m ih.' j lints. Anacin nlso reducei and infla on. In that it's %  r t" ii, '.• %  afllicte i %  \ %  rablets are so effecn ft I plus a %  %  • • j r buffered xoirins. '! u. directed. >r-I > i 1.1451 W. FlAGLfR *"""'6S DODGI*""""" Other Fine Cars sow ^t Per Day ^^ !" plus Mileage BEN'S RENTALS n 3-0326 THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED MUDS FOR ITS THRIFT SHOP All Your furniture, Clothint, linens. Dishes, Drapes, ffc. PIEASE CAIL US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP %  I 1 7300 N.W. 27th AVENUE \ Ph. 696-2101 rJ ft. SAVE AT WASHINGTON FEDERAL PAID QUARTERLY And savers enjoy all these features of Washington Federal's wonderful world of service: • Individual/Joint/Trust *" and Estate Savings Accounts • Travelers Checks • Free Money Orders • Safe Deposit Boxes • Free Notary Public Service • Free Phones in Each Office • Save by Mail Payment of Public Utility Bills WASHINGTON i FEDERAL •...• SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI BEACH 1701 MERIDIAN AVE. 1234 WASHINGTON AVE. 1133 NORMANDY DR. Phone: JE 8-8452 699 N.E. 167th ST. Phone: 945-7675 Sovinjt oceour.li Iniured up lo $10,000 by on ogency of he United Siotei Government JACK D.GORDON President ARTHUR H.COURSHON Chairman of the Board F



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Page 16-A k %  £#> fhridFfor Friday. January 8, Rabbi Kipper To Be Installed Albert Jacobson (right), chairman of the Installa' : on Committee, announces plans lor the forthcoming installation of Temple Judeas new spiritual leader. Rabbi Morris A. Kipper (left), on Friday. Jan. 15. at 8:15 p.m.. Rabbi Sylvan D. Schwartzman of Cincinnati. O.. will be installing officer. Rabbi Sch wartzman is one of the nation's leading Jewish educa'ors and authors of adult and junior textbooks. He is professor of Jewish religious education at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati. Italy's President Saved Many Jews Continued from Page 1-A th.it "Israel is a reality which it vould bo absurd to deny."' ROOF LEAK? CAM.i. VICTOR CONN Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: ^. ACME *T> itooi i\. wf 685-1952 The Social Democratic leader went into exile in \9U, first to Vienna, then to Paris. He left the French capital in 1*40, when the Germans invaded Prance and went into hiding in Toulouse in Vichy, Prance. There he organiied the flight to Switzerland of the Jewish Socialist Modigliani. whom he knew to be in special danger. He returned t<> Italy and was arrested by the Germans. He escaped and joined the underground lesistance in Home until the city \ .iliberated in June 1944 "Thus the new President shared the destin* of millions of European Jews and Christians who were scattered by the savagery of Pacism and Nazism," it was pointed out He never ceased his elforts to organize his party in exile and its resistance to Nazism while at the •anie time saving lives and suffer : -teat privation personal!) Rabbi Morris A Kipper, of Tern pie Judea, "ill be installed during the Salikith worship service on Friday evening, Jan. IS, at s IS P m. Rabbi Kipper was ordained by the Hebrew Union College-Jew ish institute ol Religion He hold* ;i iis degree m group education work from George Williams Col lege, Chicago, Prior to entering the Hebrew Union College, he served as program camp director and director of the Youth and Extension Department of the Jewish Education Board of Chicago. Before coming to Temple Judea, Rabbi Kipper served Temple Beth Shoiom in Peabody, Mass. 31st Year For Spinoza Forum Spinoza Forum for Adult Educa tion was to commence its 31st year of cultural and educational activities Thursday. Vv Maxwell Silver, author of "Retirement as a New Career." was to speak on this topic before the Spinoza Forum at 10:30 a m. in the auditorium of Washington Federal. 1234 Washington A\e Dr. Abraham Wolfson. founder and director ol the forum, was to preside. The Spinoza Stud) class under the direction of Meyer Oiariff meets Fridays, 2 to 5 p.m. OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW Officedesign* M*1 temlahlngt from manufacturer Deaka, Chairs, Sofas, Credenras, tem p s, Everything for the Office of Diflnctto PdVI0Wl Open Saturday Morning PAW.0W OFFICE FURNITURE, Ins 7MI Southmesltltt Ateny* %  %  ** ... M;f,.fcA -' T>lptjn> Highland 4-8231 ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 — JE 8-0721 YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOU3 PHONE IS ANSWERED R ITE MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON M'GHtAND MU•• ,, UNION FRANKLIN PLAZA NEWTON He was a member of the Jewish War Veterans, Massachusetts Board i Rabbis, New England Region nf the Central Conference ol Amer u..11 Rabbis, Peabody Ministerial Vssoc'ation, and Jewish chaplain for the Phillips Exeter Academj He was nominated by the juniot Chamber of Commerce ot Peabod; lor the "Outstanding \: Year" award. Habbi Kipper and hiore, and their two chi and Merle, now live in ( hies Rabbi Sylvan D. Sch leading pducat:00 N W I7H. A.. I .| .. Il 4-' I M AMI tlACN lM 'i.. t..A HOUTNOOO Mil Nli|iin< I • .' MM '..I • NOtfM MtAMI IUM N w "OMIHIAD • I .A. 0HCA I KM ..-... SM ll wisi A,M |tC" Mn Bs>' ftji i 5<



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,i. Ti/< ovnan s "World elewislh Floridlaia Miami, Florida, Friday, January 8. 1965 Section r *v %  *% (i scussinq tour plans for next summer with Mrs. Betty Alder)n. national tour director, American Jewish Conqre^s, are t'.'. to riqht) Walter Perry, Miami direcVu. Israel Government 3 ist Ofi.ce; Mrs. Isidor Baum, tour chairman. Louise Wise barter; Mrs. Alderson and Mrs. Susan Feller, past prespnt, Louise Wise Chapter. JCong. Tours to Israel iscussed at Meet Here COOPERATION EXTENDLD IN HUMAN RIGHTS Women's Council Joins NCRAC |!r< Betty Alderson, national ectoi "i the American : h Congress, addressed an t •: A audience at the Carillon [el reci n j on the IMS Amer ica %  .!-!> Omijress l-iael, En • and Orient tours Alderson said that "Ameri Jewish Congress had brought A pipi-In Israel rluriny the pas' lour y.irs than all other or S izations combined." ighlights of the American JewCongress tours are the persontajaur-on \i-iiwith people who share ihii>..r::rui.ir interests of the visiting tourists, both in Israel and the Jewish communities of Europe and the Orient, Special guest <>i the meeting Mas Walter Perry, director of the new Miami Israel Government Tourist Office. Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, presi dent of the Florida Women's Di\ i ion. welcomed the guests and Introduced the newly-appointed director of the Southeast Region of American Jewish Congress, Joseph I. Yanich. Yanich introduced Mrs. Aiderson as guest speaker for the evening. By Special Report American Jewish organizations have extended their cooperation for human rights and better inter religious and interracial understanding with the affiliation ol the National Council of Jewish Women v ith the National Community Relations Advisory Council. The NCJW becomes the seventh member organization of the NCR u\ which includes also 74 local Jewish councils in major cen ters of populati in thr.Hi-li.nit the United States All work together for equal opportunity, equal rights, religious freedom and good inter racial, interreligious and other in. tergroup relationships The organizations i rmul ite joint policies nd plan and coordinate their ac tivities through NCRAC. National Council of Jewish Wo men i-an educati mal and ser i group ith i: embers in 329 affiliated li c I units in the l S The Council sponsors some 1,000 community services projects in U.S. communities, a broad public affairs program tor members, and education and welfare services in Israel. A major emphasis ol NCJW program ion work with cultural!) leprived youngsters, particular!) those from minority groups. It has pioneered volunteer programs in the fields of civil rights, education and help for older adults Both Mrs Joseph Willen, ol \'e v York, national president ol NCJW, ind Aaron Goldman, Wash ngton, l) r. businessman who is eh man ol NCR \C, expressed a deep pleasure and satisfa( tion "\> r the affi ial ion." ••The common cause "i better Jewish community relations, .vhich all oi us seek, "ill be .n\\ meed bj the participation ol the National Council "i Jewish Women in our cooperal i\ e effort, said < ioldman, Mrs Willen wiled the affiliation it NCJW with the NCRAC "anither proud step fot A ard in the Council's Ti year histor> ol dedication to human rights and inter, group harmonj )liday party at the Jewish Home for the Aaed was highlight by a qift from Teekvah, B'nai B'ri'h Giils. Many hours of jrd work were put forth bv members cf Toekvah to hnndlbioider a Sabbath and Holiday tablecloth to be donated H the Jewish Home for the Aqed. Eleanor Querido, president, % ekvah B'nai B'rith Girls, makes the presentation to Mrs. jrah Co=sik. president of the Residents Council at the Home. 1 J bv ISABEL GRCVE Mrs. Hem \ Gev ;t/ anil Mi • bbcrt Grossman are hosting a tidal shower in honor ol Miss Km h Rubin, daughter ol Mr, IrvIt: Rubin and the late Blanche lubin He is the well-known loprietor ol the Pub Restaurant the Gables Ruth will wed n Snider, ol \ alley Stream Y In May hegc in Miami rach At present both are ting their studies at the tj oi F it T le :i v. :ii be held on Saturday • the ir Hot Hottl 1 will be pink .i.'\ red. with the place settings in pink bud roses %  i a • Bobbie and Menu Pomerantz began ushering in the New Year 1965 and llernis birthday with a lively part) at their home On the merry making scene were Ke\ and Morgan Levy, Stuart and Boo Shapiro, Rhona and Marvin Guberman, in and Man lyn MarkUS, Flo and Perry Alti Id, Selma ami Jack Baum, Ela ne .uu\ Ansh I Rackoff, Pave and S; delli Bei man Ferna and i %  Steinbi rg, Bobbl and Gene Continued on Page 5-B Easv to get to from all parts of town! • Be early for best selection! Use your credit buy now, pay later! NO DOWN PAYMENT!



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Page 2-B 'Jmhti RcrMton Friday. January 8. l%j Frtdcr Women's Institute Opens Season At Emanu-EI Opening session of Temple Emanu-ETs Women's Institute of Jewish Studes for the 1964-65 sea son was held Tuesday morning at the main school building, i"ui \\ asbington Ave. Classes in Beginner's Hebrew. Hebrew, congregational singing, and conversational Hebrew will be held every Tuesday morning iiom 10 a.m. to li a.m. The *ec end hour, from 11 to 12 noon., will feature a "Brunch With the Rabbi*' on the first Tuesday of each month, at which time Dr. Irving Lehrman will present a study discussion program on the subject "Tools of Jewish Living." A survey of Jewish history will be the subject of the 11 a.m. seasion on the second, third and fourth Tuesday of each month, when Morris Tarasow, education director of the Temple, will present a s iew of Jewish history from the days of Abraham to modern times. Mrs. Ben Zlon Ginsburg, chairman (.1 the Women's Institute, announced that registration will be accepted on Tuesday for those who d:d not attend the first session. 'Alpha Eta Night) Next Tuesday Alpha Kpsilon Phi Alumnae sociation of Greater Miami hold an Alpha Eta Night' it home of Mrs. Jerome Halperni Tuesday. 8 p.m. The Alumnae Association u honoring alums of the \ %  of Miami Alpha Eta Chapter AEPhi's are invited to attend. Mrs. Howard Katzen. press of the Greater Miami Alums Association, will be presiding plans are made lor the AEPh. i tional convention at the Amu c-ana Hotel in June. First planning mee'.'.nq for the midwinter luncheon Feb. 12 of the Miami Beach Chapter, Women's Division of the American Technion Society are ieated (left to right) Mrs. Faye Tupler, Mis. Milton Sirkin, president. Mrs. Trudy Hammerschlag, Mrs. Jack Katrman, Mrs. Leo Rutstein. Standing are Mrs. Nan Cohen. Mrs. Herman Schwartz, Mrs. Jeannette Gu"ermcn. 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ml hi ae i < Ml at i *lll| r d. 'hi i A-. lanuary 8, 1965 +Jewlsti fhrHi*r Paqe 3-B Roosevelt Temple Beth ocmd USY Installation Set Roosevelt Temple. Pythian si* ters, will hnlfl ii15th annual inktallation on Saturdaj evening a< Pythian (fall, 4601 \v. Plagler SI Ceremony vviUbe ennHi| ej y^_ bj Mrs' Bernard Kaplan, past chief, who .iil install Mrs. David Cypress as most excellent chief, succeed ing Mrs Marvin Anderson, now sitting past chief. Also to he installed are Mrs \le\ Richard, excellent senior; Mrs. Hyman Goldsmith, excellent junior, Mrs Terry Dohan, manager; Mrs Isidore Cook, secretary; Mrs Joseph Venecia, treasurer; Benjamin Agronow, protec 19, l p.m., in the Social Hall Mrs William Hodson, pianist. Mrs Jan and Beth David isv will meet for its monthly youth service breakfast on Sundaj Teen i conduct their ov n ei v Ice a in alter which the) have breakfast in the Social HaJJ and v ill be host in Rabbi Eliezer A Li i esl speaker. Garden Club Meets on Beach Ml Sinai Hospital Garden Club met Monday -it the Miami Beach Garden Center A parly magic program on the theme. "Pandora's BOX," feat Mrs Harry Moscoe, Mrs Hank Meyer, and Mrs Max Holtzberg |ie Kahaner Sisterhood Commi'tee, of Beth %  u Congregation, assists in the plans for a lonial dinner honoring Dr. Max A. Lip|z spiritual leader of Beth Torah. The lonial will honor Dr. Lipschitz for 18 years le rabbinate' at a banquet Jan. 30. at the ie Ho'sl. Left to right are Mesdames Adrian Kaufman, vice president; Stanley Stein, president; Samuel Leb, vice president; Howard Ralby, wife of the testimonial chairmanRonald Friedel, Stanley Friedman, and Joel Gotthrer. Not shown is Mrs. Morton Reiss, chairman of the Host Committee. ich Hadassah Group Meetings Set for Monday mi Lazarus Group of lladasrecital hy Aida Yaslo Mrs Man iold a regular meeting ning Mintus is presidenl By noon at Washington Fed in Normandy Isle. Refresh Henrietta Siold Group plans a will be served, including B*nerl meeting at the Algiers Hoof the season in celebration 1 on Monday, 12:30 p.m.. with B'Shevat Book review is entertainment and refreshments, bled by Mrs Sanford Jacobl'>'y"arn chairman is Mrs. Sol Greenberg, President is Mrs H Keller Mr leraog by Samuel BelJack Wolfstein is pre* the noon affair will be a National fund tree-planting. Mrs. Jacob D. Davis is speaker Mrs II. Saffir is president Shaloma Group will meet at the Dil.ido Hotel on Monday noon Entertainer will be Stanley Rosen sweet. Mrs. Irwin Shapiro is president KOSHER MORRISOtVSCHIFF "THE GOOD FRANKFURT" HERMAN PEARL BILL LADIMER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE AITON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 531-6811 It) It it Group will meet on Monoon at the Roney Plaza Ho %  iiiperial Room, Program, wl Bay Harbor Group has scheduled a regular meeting Monday. 11:30 a.m. at the Singapore Hotel. Entertainment will he by Hen •SuV story ni Israel." through bl n Gubcrman. of the "Bageta for will be narrated hy Mrs. Breakfast' program President is lWernick chapter pro Mrs George Meiael. I coordinator Mrs. Milton rg is president Esther Group will meet at the Bel-Aire Hotel on Monday. Lunch-. S. Wise Group will meet n *'•' be served Highlight ot ''• auviUe Hotel at 11 30 Gordon in Address rrm. I iroug' ogrji list : heon will be served onsor hostesses Music al ill feature concert \ io .i Estvilli and a piano THl BIST x or Salmon See Pcge 16 8 Jack I> Gordon, president <>l Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association, lead %  < discussion on "Condomii nd Coopera heii v ;es an i Dis es" on Moi rtaj night be i the N'orth SI i I. idge "t KH.it B rith. 1 NEW DAIRY MEAL TREAT! bravo! bravo! bravisslmo! Italian-style! Ravioli SAUCE Unmatched 'or Delicious Flavor! CHEF BOY-AR-DEE 3 %  ^5^ I $&£H NO Sugar NO Salt NO Spices ^ .,JjpINO Shortening •if 1 I! i "ttWlTlafc &L^ UMJCL"tk£ "tveiti/ T* C I R C U S INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND FINK OR WHITE SEE01ESS GRAPEFRUIT Bushel $C95 Half ** IK ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED fNDlD-INSUMD GUARANTEED • 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710-FR 4-8783 v • .-Delivrrtd Anywher* U.S.A. FREE ORANGE JUICE Wf PACK EM RITE HERE 8 AM TO 10 P.M. DAIL" BITE SIZE MACARONI PIES FILLED WITH CHEESE THE MARVELOUS MEATLESS MEAL THAT'S READY TO HEAT 'H' EATI For your family, your guests... for your very next dairy lunch or supper... famed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee has captured a real Italian flavor in this new Cheese Ravioli feast) Just heat...and here's what you •ervel Italian-tasting tender little macaroni pies filled with tangy cheese ... lavished with savory tomato sauce, simmered with mushrooms and cheese, and seasoned to perfection in the real Italian way. What %  treat to serve...tastier and easier than the froten kind. And so much thriftier, too. Costs only about 15< a serving. Each can serves two. Buy several caoa today.



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Pcge 4-B +Jewlst fhrktknr Friday. January 8, lJ Academy Reveals $400,000 Drive to Bun ^ Mortgage as Comay Praises School Her m Among dignitaries on hand at Sunday night's Hebrew Academy dinner at th* Deauville Hotel were (left lo right 1 general chairman. Leonard Rosen; Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, BBIIIW.4 JK f9 *U B "* <$i %  -. fl %  %  tV"! % % %  DBSHBii Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard (left) receive conaratulations from Ambassador and Mrs. Michael Comay at the 17th an nua] sch>:rship fund dinner of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy on Sunday night. The Reinhards were guests of honor as Ambassador Comay, Israel's chief envoy to the United Nations, addressed nearly 1.500 persons. principal; Miami Beach Mayor Melvin J. Richaid; Mrs. Michael Comay, wife of Israel's chief envoy ;o 'he United Nations; Mrs. Richard and Ambassador Comay. Kneseth Israel Women's Lunch Mrs I B Eisenstein, pres oi Kneseth l>rael Si I an the ual luni • will !> %  held at the Ma se ll< Ho tel on Sunda> 12 30 p m Rabbi l>;i\ id Lehi field and I n tor Abraham Seil \wll pai in the prosr 1 in \i 1 folia Hup 1 I i~ < hairman i th( with Mi <'. zolla Weis and Mi Etta Mandel co-chi n 1 %  Also on the committee are Mrs Lena Popkin. Mrs Knnn> Budow >k\. Mrs Fannj Sirol and Mrs Dorothj Dlatl Ticket chairmen are Mrs Louis Dublin and Mrs Reuina Basel PUuu for a S40o.othio campaign to burn the exfatlag mortgage on the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy this year and to expand thj Miami Hearh school ironi Its pVesent 425 students to l.iKH) before 1970 were announced at Sunday night's lTtn annual scholarship hind dinner of the Academy General Chairman Leonard Ro sen and Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, outlined the plans to a record attendance at the 1100-a couple function, held in the Deauville Hotel Grand Ballroom. Ambassador Michael Comay, Israel's chief envoy to the United Natior.s, was the principal speaker at the dinner, which celebrated the 17th anniversary of the Hebrew Academy and honored Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard. Louis Merwltzer, president <>t the Vcademy, was presented ith .1 special award in recognition <>t I leadership in building Ihe n< 1 Pine Tree Dr II was the line-: ol its k nd I Tu B'Shevat Fete Set by Ladies in. president of Mi deorKc Ja< ii C Cohen Communit> i : 1 iun< PS final plans ihe 1 -i annual Tu ivshev at card and e : I rtj Monda) ard in es i>..: I> Tuesda). 0 the s\: Sisterhood lvceniU purchased 500 prayerbooks for the Fridaj Nighl Forums conducted i>> Rabbi Tibor H Stern have ever seen'' In \ Comay A dozen of the Beinhai Is | dren, most of them A( denfs', paHicipated in %  emonies saluting the to the Miami Leach SChoo \ tata. "An Ode to Leaim: ten by Rabbi Gross ai !i> Mrs. Donnerstag, was -. ed by the 60-voice choii emy students. A set of thi I was given to the Reinhai Academy in appreciation Mrs, Comay joined the sador at 1 pre-dinner cocki ception given in thenhono Pioneers Plan Two Functions A luncheon in hono' i.e. ih Notkin ami Mrs will be held on W 1 on at the Roj il Hun •it b) P ion e •• Club 1 Mi Josi oh Krantz • is chairman ..1 l Harriet G I ounci and national board be guest speaker Esther Weiftstetn enl of Beba !' le sponsoring 1 luncheoi M s Rae \\i issbi • 1 %  noon at the Bi Mrs Weinstein wil v ith folk singing ai Nashkin, well known I ologues, i also on the Mrs Fannie Gibson is oi the occasion Proci Moetzet-Hapoalot in I-Localite Author Of Article in Mag. Mrs Martin Matz. of North Miami I'.each. is the author of an is.ay appearing in the winter issue of American Judaism maga zine. Written when the author, then Judith Dynner. was 16 years old, it describes the efforts of a young person to adjust to the modern v ..rid. 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W Fricjffy January 8. 1965 *knistnrrl1iin Paqe 1-3 ^Jocictlite ... rj/ K^fsabel K^J Shown with Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Erapnu L'l, is the student committee discussing resul's of the annual College Homecoming brunch and buzz session held in Sirkin Hall last week. They aie Miss Barbara Kaplan, Mias Arhne Hclperin, Edward Grenwald. Scott Trent, Miss Joan Manheimer and Marcia Cohen. The brunch was an infomtcil affair, durinq which visiting students from all over the country discussed with Dr. Lehrman problems of the world yGolden Agers Will Install Officers M|fttiM Colden Aue Friendship Club > n-tall its officers fr lMI on Sunday. 2:30 p.m.. ;M the Mil Jkllll 1. 85(K) SW 8th St. hlighting the afternoon will installation f Boris Cutler sident by his nephew, A. Cutler, immediate past preo{ the YM and YW11A of *?r Miami. r officers are Abraham Berbonorary president; Mrs. Smulin and Maurice Abrams, • iee pre.-idents; Sam Deel, treasirer; MiFlorence Reiser, eorrepondii. and recording -ecretar\; Arbor Day To be Marked B-h Arbor Day, Tu B'Shevat, commemorated at the next ting ol the Hebrew \. Won '•' Inesdaj eetini slated to begin at v ill feature Israeli •'Ml.. I i the storj \-.,nn ,i i.i • i :i i iai den ol %  ; ps id e n I • ion • .ili ,i ; idi • • h time r t'lc annual mother ami IT luncheon ;il be formu lack son w ill dis : ur I b; Furs 'i Miam nnuti dl he li, ,i \ii Samuel R man M 11 it nhonse. > xei i i ident, .in.I Mr-. Jos n ways and mi an* an hen <'• arrangements AMERICA „ ISRAEL GROWTH FUND, ,„,. anil Mrs. Sarah Hrann. social secit tary. Board of Directors are Sam Sherman, program chairman: \lrv Boris Cutler, social atfairs; Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Goodfriend. sunshine; Mrs. Ida Simon, hostess; Mis. Lena Keller, contests; Mrs. Rebecca White. Tuesday day center Members at -large are Mrs. Abraham Berrin Mrs. Sarah Mains b rg and Israel Rutman. Contiued from Page 1-B Solomon Klaine and Sy Cohen. Marilyn and Sandy Fncd Esther and Bernie Sandrew, Estelle and Haro I Segal, and Hilda and Steve llutt. The Sam Goldsteins, 5189 Al ton lid Miami Beach, will be hosts Jan. 2i) at a dinner dance at Wcstview Country Club Johnnj Masters and his orchestra will play for the affair Elaine and s> Cohen rounded out the old year with all ol their clo-c friends at a 1963 New Year breakfast Gathered around the pool were Irene and Bill Baros, Rhena and Mars in (.uherman. Kev and Morgan Levy, Flo and Perry Altlield. Ilerm and Bobbi Pomerantz, Stu and Boo Shapiro, and out-of townei s Harry and Harriet Pure, and Bernie and Ksthcr Kessler Babbi and Mrs Simon April are back from a two-month long visit in Israel, where they traveled extensivelv and met with principal leaders of the country, as will as with world renowned rabbis Now at home, they are entertaining their daughter and sonin-law. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert (Esther) Blumcnthal, of Savannah. Ga., here with their children. Harvey. Sarah and Deborah While in Miami, the couple were also hosted by her brother. Babbi Samuel April, spiritual leader of Temple Or Olom. have open house Sunda> in honor of their 40th wedding wiiuversarj Cue-Is wlio will liilp them share the occasii li are Rabbi and Mrs Morton M'!:\ sky, of Hollywood Mr and Mis. Thomas Sperling, MrSyh %  < (Join. Mr and Mis \.,| Pitman, Mr and Mrs. Al Bobbins. Mr. and Mrdial,I Klugerman Mr and Mrs. Meyer Venetzky, Mr. and Mrs .Ins ph Cicero Mr and Mrs Arthur llershbein. MrSel ma Orltt, Mr. and Mrs Jacob Schiff, Mr and Mrs. Irving Cooper Mr and MrRobert s Greenbergcr, Mi' and VIrs Sol Gelb Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Burt, Mr and Mrs. Ralph Corrcnty, Mr and Mrs. .lames Willig, MiMrs. John Lester. Mr. and F. Engcls, Mrs. Tina Kal/.. Leonore Curtice Mr and Joe Cerra. Mrs. I.iba Osman rove Mr and Mrs Bernard I i licit have two i i \ Shirlej venet, ol Hydi Pi Vlass and Chester ll ol monl Del. Thi : i e randsons Mr. Gelbert mem ol Kehillal Jacob < and VIrs Gelbert is a lifi In r HI 1 1.. • erhood %  pan >his. He niiin: ger ol Gal I' Music am affiliated with Lakeside ial Park Mrs Gi bcrt is cording seeretarj ol the Kinni Chapter ol Mizrachi I. %  is and Mrs Mrs Mrs ami Mrs. Bca Press, of New York. Mr. and Mrs. Harr> Wolff, of Newton. Mass.. and Lou Friedman and Mr. and Mrs M. .1 Shoolman. of Brookline. Mass. Mrs. Shoolman is a sister of Mrs Gelbert The Miiishall Stems, ol I Fairwaj Dr. Normandy Isle, u Icomed the New Year with a lite party" for a few friends i their gracious home Toasti 11165 were the Ronald Pallots, Hick Rubins J rrj W'ittels i id Jack l.e\ines E. Albert Ballot, president if Biscayne Federal Savings a d Loan Association, is recovering from surgery at Mt. Sinai II pital All indications are tl it he will he returning home n \t week lor further recovery. Brandeis Women In Benefit Show Mr. bcrt. and Mrs. 1810 SW Bernard 1. Gel 24th Ave.. w il Miami Beach and Miami Chap tcrs of Brandeis University National Women's Committee ill present the Southern premiere showing of -One Potato. Two Potato" at the Mayfair Art Theatre on Monday night, Jan. 8. and Tues da> night. Jan. 19. The two chapters have taken over the entire theatre for the two nights. 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F* Paqe 6-B +Jewi$ti norkllar Friday, January i Bidding farewell to the Young Judaea Youth Group of Temple Ner Tamid are Bruce Richman, education director, and Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader. Lei! to right are Lynda Kalmanson, Carol Prichason, Wayne Prichason, Phil Florentine, Fred Wilner, Richman and Rabbi Labovitz. On the bus (left to Mrs. Washton To Host Lunch At Fontoinebleau Mrs Matilda Washton. for the sth year, will be hostess u< a heon for some 300 patrons ol the Brandeis Group >>f Hadassah .ui Friday noon, Jan lb. at the tainebleau Hotel. Proceeds are earmarked for the Hada^ah Medical Center in Jeru • Mrs Washton has dedicated her self to the support and growth ol 1 Center, which she isiti I to Israel. Her other philanthropic inter es.ts include Mt Sinai Hosi Auxiliary, Cardiac Home, Cerebral Palsy, True Sisters, temple El, and the Philanthropic %  | right) are Frank Horwitz, Bob Gorman and Michael Levine. Not shown are Henry Blum. Richard Belitsky. Teddy Borkan. Allan Felsot. Llo"d Siegendorf and Susan Fredel. The Temple group attended a conclave in Gainesville last weekend. Beth El Ladies' Supper Sunday Sisterhood oi Congregation Beth El ill hold a supper .it the congregation on Sundaj from S to 7 p m Sp are Mrs Anna Block. Mi and Mrs. Hon Boskin, Mrs Goldie Indgin, Mrs Rachel Sakowiti Mrs Jennie Salingei .nut Mrs Anna Rosenblitt. Proceeds will go for scholarships at the Beth El Hebrew School UKS. MAlilDA V/AUtTOM Rebekah Lodge Installation Set ill inrcrs ;' %  em DuPree • nd wi'.i .' Ruth Ro*S to 1 i "•. \.,. Botwinik, ret 1 ret treas [da £ E\ e l>n iv.k\ %  %  v. ::•. Bertha Dernis N : :<: : i roth) Ba lei right "•. • K. r%  rti f noble gi. nd. thsteii • • irter nd Eva 'l. ei %  : \ ic %  ai f OM THI OCCAM AT 44t* ITNIIT MIAMI CM, PVA. A new standard of •Irnanca on Miami Beach. Superbly planned and •aerated wedding*, luncheoni, buaineee meeting! .. ranging from 10 to 1000. in a miami country club setting Spaciousness is the keynote of your affair amidst the pluahneea of the Doral Country Club. Waddinaa. confirmation!, banqueta are enhanced by the country clue atmosphere of thai resort ei Lute For complete details, please call Mr. David Koi-ac. Director of Food and Reierafi Doral Beach Hotel and Country Club JE 2-3600 w. n. (J. di 01 o: ot IS Si! d: he fl. ti at ai K H 01 ii N It c01 l> M Cardiac Chapter Plans Functions Miami t'luptor of National Chiln's Cardiac Hospital will hold card part) on Saturday. 8 p.m in the charter room 01 Die hospital at it::-. \\v 12th Ave Chairman 1Mrs .lean Cohen At a regular monthly meeting Tuesda) 1 p.m.. Policewoman will discuss her < xpei ence* >\ itti pickpockets ami plifter< !; Williams Apte Drill 1 xplain new plans for the hospital Luncheon and card party an eduled for 1 uesdaj Jan • noon chairman is Mrs Ireni .Author to Speak Here Sunday Dr .1 Rubinstein author will address .. joint meeting t the Moadan, Hebrew kii j ation, and the Bureau of Jewish Education on Sunda) 8 p.m., at the new offices ol the Bureau oi Jewish Education l'i Rubinstein will speak on Gala \ Geulah Dispersion and Redemptim Greetings will be extended b> Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau Rabbi Shimon Azula) president of the Uoadan, will chair the meel in fr Cantor Hush Adler, o( T m pie Bmanu El, will present a mu interlude. Dr Rubinstein has been Board ol R aliya Hig S< l • • half 1 11 ntut 5 ii.• pi. ; artng %  • • %  •• Hebrew tej 1 1 Km He Hebrew • Gardner to Speak Before Jaycees Capt L • re \: Israel v aker I 1 Miami %  on ; m Dif and the is trmed Fore* in Wo %  it •+8 : in :.u wwaid on behalf Govenu Have thai lustiness Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion f You'll find complete dP facilities to exactly satisfy •? your needs in the Kismet, ^f Aladdin, Scheherazade csj Ruboiyat Rooms, be it hy: ^ wedding or o private pa 1 ^c h> o w it tnt S^ for Information HAZEL ALLISON Catering Director, JE 1-6061 2th St. Collinm A.a.1 Make it the New Everglades Whatever the time of dav. whatever the occasion, whatever the number of guests whatever thev like to eat look to trie new Everglades tor an affair to remember Seven superb banquet rooms including the scenic Everglades Roof (Special rates %  groups of 40 or mote c>. • — parking, too M Ge: I • call Catering Office — FR 9-5461 —soon! 5,, (he Nf A EVERGLADES < make social functions function better. % %  i 1. MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD TWy am unequalled la their profess aa. 'm They am tha ditto's catering start. They %f will aukti success of any party ...• wedding... a Bar Mitrvah'... 1 bus.nesj meeting or t social luncheon. They n serve from 20 to 1000 Oners wit* ""• f :3d eipertty prepared In tha diudo's newty decorted Cat Dion ".oca. They'll arrange far whatever space you requira. Call Takhrer at JEtfeison 80611 tot the hast funcLoa vow 1* ever %  **• test functioa you > 1 L dilia* a t -'•< e">T awneesaa % 



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r. January 8, 1965 +Jewlsli FtrrHlnn Page 7-B %  iwjmu*: %  .m,.ui, i. •"•••" %  '•''"••:... M ... 4^/rbout f-^eoplc and f~ii i isfy ordj for:| Pm> iO AT POMPANO Florence Kupperman is sitting on top <>f the ^Lr' i these days Her brother, Seymour Lesser, %  s ,tc Frances uni son And) are in town lor T^..-i(. Seymour owns the Go Go stable "i horses %  n daughter Gail, who recently married, was i 'i.i sh< always said, Go Go, theieCoie Ihe Line, Th< horse in training here ;it Pompano n'I.i' Lcs>ers' 21sl horse, so ot course he was i i tin Go Black Jack Andy's horse is ('• Andy, Enjoying the lush atmosphere oi the i room were Florence and her family, Some I .-ud that Florence looked cute, so she bi i .-(i i utc The hcrse won Spotted ;it anr table v >re Mr ad Mrs Dory Aurbat h. BlY WERE SURPRISED Nina Hodor, like the efficient housewife she prepared her dinner for the evening. Then • and her husband, Sidney, went out for the by with their nephew, Dr Nanlo Zai.is. whose Ibby is orchids, to tornthe most interesting Iwer nurseries in Miami When they returned e Hodor house at seven o'clock a royal lowd of their friends were there to yell surprist id happy anniversary. Their children. Howard. irt-n and Ellen, with the help of Esther (Mrs ,^i Suartz had planned and carried out with it sinik slip a wonderful surprise dinner party 1 mi of their 25th wedding anniversary. i. s dinner was tucked away in the refFiger|tor to rat the following night. After the big |ke with the silver bells was eaten, the Hodors aned the pile of gaily-wrapped K'" s Among uists were Mr. and Mrs Sam Marks. Mr. and Irs Louis Hodor, Mr, and Mrs Murray Cuhen. |r. and Mrs Sa:n Traurig. Mr and Mrs, Sidney |CW1S, Mr :tnt\ Mrs. Enter) Kemeny. Mrs Sara just, Mr and Mrs. Sidne) Richmond, Mr. and Irs Dick Vehon, and Dr and Mrs Gerald Wcin ILL HOUSE AT DR. REUBEN ROCHKINDS Don'l ask where they all slept, but 'hen re plent) ol icds in use out on sw 2211(1 Ter the holidays Linda Rochkincl didn't gel Shi in Spain, attending the Universit) of i. irul i' r her juim r year "I college, but aces ... Barbara came in from Grinnel College in Iowa, and LaiTfr, who goes to Coral Cables High School, was very much in evidence From Baltimore came Jessie (Mrs. Samuel) Gertman, who is at' n.: the University Ol Maryland School ol i al Work, majoring in communit) organization, daughter Susy, who goes to Goucher Colleg and son Dick, who came up from New Albeit Levin —Frances Lehman. Nina Brisker Is Bride Of Burton Bernstein Miss Nina Carole Brisker and Burton Stanley Bernstein were married on Sunday. Jan 3, at the Seville Hotel. Rabbi Leon Krbnish officiated at the 5:30 p.m rites The bnde is the daughter ol Mr. and Mrs Samuel Brisker, 6355 Allison lid. Miami Beach The {room is the son ol Mrs Florence Bernstein, 12i>2 ME 151st SI So Miami Beach and Mr. Leo Berntein, ol New York. M. ; ol honor v as tlarianna Youngerman. Bridesmaid.-* included Mrs. Beverly Fasten ak, Mrs Marion Lerner and Miss Filer:-. Seiden. Best man was Ronald Bernstein Ushers were Eric Metzger, Arthur Brisker and Charles Mazanski For her wedding, the bride chose a gown featuring a bodice ol reembroidered alencon lace appliqued with tiny seed pearls. The skirt was made of peau de sole and the train appliqucd with the same reembroidered alencon lace and seed pearls as the bodice. She carried a bouquet composed ol while roses and stephanotis. Newly wed Mrs Bernstein went to Miami Beach High School and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Sophie Newcomb College. She attended Nottingham University in England. She is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority and Pi Sigma Alpha and La Tertulia. hon oraries to right at a meeting of the Farband Labor ) Zk>!-.:-t Organization to plan an all-day Corned Jewish Appeal conference in March are Ending) Harry Sacks, Dr. Simon Wiehnsky, raham Filisof, Solomon Parness, Sender Wolson. William Beckwith. Rubin Borenstein. Hairy Chaet. Seated are Moe Levine, Israel Finkel. Dr. Isaac Unterr?an, Eli Mailin. Harriot Green, Joseph P. Zuckerman, Essie Wielinsky, and Manuel Burstein. For Very Special Occasions... COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine having the entire Diplomat Country Club, yours exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners! Catering facilities for groups of 100-300. .. available 7 daya a week. There's no other room quite like the Calcutta Room in this area! Unlimited free parking. For NMnwHeiM, call 945-9,571 in Miami, or WA J 8111 in Hollywood HOLLY WOOD-BY-TME-SEA I w.in.-r Kali i MRS. 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Pcge 8-B ^ImtstifkrMfor Friday. January 8, 1%5 ; J~rances *JL~eh We the Women MMH FRANCIS WOMAN OF THE WEEK It is refreshing in this daj and a?e to find someone who is truly humble, who is not conceited, who is grateful for the wonderful life that she is living, arid who gives credit to God lor allowing her to help make other lives a bit happier. Frances (Mrs. Mitchell) Wolfson feels that we are put on earth to express the likeness and image Of God. she feeis that neither she nor her husband deserves the credit \, r tiie helping hand they have extended to humanity, but it is God working through them. Frances Louise comes from a long line of Southerners. She. he; par; nt>. and hi r grandparents were horn in Pensacola, Fla. Hci great-grandparents were born in Mobile. Ala. where they were the fust .lews to be married there by the first rabbi ordained at the Hebrew I'nion College in Cincinnati. The Frances of today is stili like the same happy little yirl who used to hum and sin;^ to hersell. Frances, as all Southern young ladies, was carefully biought up. learning to sew and keep house. That is why it is so easy for her to be the mistress of a large home today. If necessary. she could do every bit of house work and cooking herself. She moved te Miami with her family when she was 16. later returning to Pensacola to make her debut Back again in Miami, she met her husband when they were • %  in^m.; in the choir that Mitchell's father helped to .-tart. This month, the Wolfsons will be married 30 years. It seems like only yesterday to Frances that she exchanged vows with her friend and sweetheart in a beautiful, huge wedding ceremony Everyone agreed then that it was a perfect match, and it still is The Wolfsons have three children: Louis Wolfson II. Who is married to Lynn—they have three children. Louis 111. Linda Louise and Fiances Jo: Mrs Frankie Waxenberg ami her two. Jerri Louise and Jacqueline Frances: and Mitchell Wolfson Jr., who is taking a Masters in Bologna. Italj In each of the grandchildren's names one oi Frai ces Louise's names has been used. Many and varied are the contributions that Frances Wolfson and her husband have made to their commut ity Among others. Frames started the Symphony Club ot Miami and was pn -ldent tor seven years. Through the Mitchell Wolfson Foundation the Andobon House was restored in Key West, lor which Frances did the research herself. She started and lias been chair man of the International Welcoming Committee for the state Department. Eighteen years ago, in her home, she held :i holiday party fcr the children ot Wometco Theatre ers ol which her husband is the head, Wometco Enterprise and the Wolfsons have grown up together. This year the 85S) children couldn't lit into the house, so tin part, was at the Seaquarium. Frances has a large collec lion of ribbons she has received as awards for her prize winning ori hids. Two years ago, while they were in then summer home m ',-! Hit. Frances decided >he was tired of knitting and %  nnMitchell suggested that .-Intake up painting, which -lie dii<. finding it completely fascinating. She sold her first pictun for a dollar Frances now paints from six to i hi hour: ; day and has sold over forty pictures. The moncj is used tor art scholarships for the ninth and tenth grade children under the direction it tie' art supervisor ol p schools The Wolfsons travel ;i great deal and have friends all over the world. On a quiet evening at home, the deep in 1 Ing thai thej have for each other docs not need voids ll< read.-, and shi paints. They play goll together and try to get awaj for ((met weekends Last week, Frances won the Presidents Cup lor goll at Westview Country club. With Frances, her husband is always first. Both of them are busy with their own interests, but always find tune to be an important factor in the life of their com munity and glad they are able, in the plenitude of their own life, to help others With it all. Frances has no inhibitions. She expresses herself, the real Frances, by having u firm belief there is one God. and He is good. OVER-LOOKING OCEAN AND BEACft \, ILLINOIS AVENUE. ATLANTIC CITY. H J. Our guests return year after year for many reasons — SUPERLATIVE FOOD served in Gracious Air Conditioned Rooms — Gue<| ; Entertainment ProgramLovely Lobbiet — Cafe Madicn-Ri-taurent-PANORAMIC VIEW of OCEAN and BAY from"SUN DECK and SOLARIUM on 14th Floor. 60% of our rooms havo Ocean View —Many have TV. Few ha-, a air conditioning — they don't need it. Location is the Heart of Atlantic City's Resort* Amuaemtr.t and Shopping Area. Uae The Madison Beach Chain. I OOMN VIE W $ 7^ Booms $^ JW / Kutfast / WsC* 4 / 1 For Me nut. Color Folder, Details Write: the M.d |ajaj as low as **!" root / **— / ••••• CALL ;09, 1 14 liM • • • flBR.TJOMDIUltChvW. SMeW/rt* Sandi-Jo Gorson, Medical Student Marry in Philly Miss Sandi-Jo Gorson and Mark William Gordon exchanged wedding vows in a one o'clock ceremony and reception at the Hotel Philadelphia in Philadelphia. Pa., on Friday. Dec 25. The bride is the daughter ol Mr and Mrs. Norman S Gorson. of the Regency House. Miami Beach. The groom's parents an' Or. and Mrs. [sadore Gordon, ol Phoenix ville. I'a For her wedding, the bride chose a candlelight mohair and silk gown featuring full-length 9loevcs and white mink portrait collar, and detachable tram of the same mohair. The lour-tieied headpiece of candlelight illusion featured teardrop pearls for trimming She carried a bouquet ot white calla lilies Decor ol the wedding was all in pink .Matron ot honor was Mrs Edwin Rosenthcl, of Philadelphia Maid ol honor was Mi-s Carol Gordon Miss Carol Gordon Best man for his brother was Robert Gordon. Head usher was brother of the bride. Craig Gorson. ol Miami Beach, and the following ushers: William Gorson, Wynnewood, Pa : Arnold Rosolf. Merion, I'a ; Michael Wiener and Kenneth lirait. Melrose Park, I'a: Fdwin Rosenthol. Philadelphia: Stephen Leap man. Phoenixvillc. Pa.: Benjamin Ungeleider, Norristown, Pa ; Stephen Bodzin, Ann Arbor, Mich : MRS. MARK CORDON and Irving Rome, New York City Reception lor the over 300 quests lasted until sundown. The couple honeymooned in New York and are living in Philadelphia, when' the groom attends Jefferson Med ical College, and the bride is a student at Mocre College of Art. The bride is the granddaughter of the late Mr and Mrs George Gorson and the late Mr and Mrs Samuel Bolder, all of Philadelphia, and were all winter residents in Miami Beach since 1934 Levinsons Take Tour of Europe Nancy. Joy Kreinberg bei %  i the bride ot Michael .ia> Lev it in 7 o'clock rites on Saturday, Jan. i the Diplomat Country club. Kabbi Leon Kronish officiated. The bride i> the ter ol Mr. ,.nd Mrs. li G. Kreinberg, 330 w 17th St Miami Beach. The j;rooni • -in ol Mr-. Ruth i-evinson the late Dr. David Levinson, \orth Miami Beach, Maid < i hue H .i! %  berta Le> besl man was Mi Kro >• %  %  Steve Kreinberg, Queri lo Larry Lyatt and Mark 5pi et i %  > %  .•• ushers. ted from Miami I'.eacl High Sch-">! and attended %  t i:iv ri sit} ol Flori iduated f r o m reel High School and tinver-itv "t Florida, lie is ll • %  I'nivei sit) ot Ton V 5 He Ia Epsilon I'lu l '.. i Twins to Play Duo Piano Sundayfl The public is invited to :i conet :>i duo-piano music prc-< 14 year-old twins. Martin and $|J ven Vann, in the Dixie lloom 4 the MusicianClub ot America] 303 Minorca. Coral Gableit i-in, Sunday. The program will consist ol th-l Poulenc Double Concerto in i: m nor; Romance from Suite \i by Rachmaninoff; Liszt HungariaJ Rhapsod) No 2 for two piansa nd the Grieg Concetto in A minor] Martin .u:i\ Steven have si idii v. ith Peggj Neighbors Erwin fc[ iv e yea'and have twice been t I ists with the Miami Symphon Society Orchestra. The twins ^ tend Pence de Leon Junior Higl where they play trombones in \: band Their parents are Mr Mrs Louis Vann. Opti-Mrs. Will Hear Speaker Opti-Mrs Club of Miami will hold a luncheon meel Tuesday, 11:43 a.m.. at the Bare lona Hotel. Theme of the meeting vvdl bi "Do you want to find real i:i—"" and "Secret nl suci. %  marriage Mrs. Gene Troop, program man. will introduce Dr. Gilbi llolloway. radio and trlov i~: sonality, aguest speaker I)r llolloway. who holds BA \ %  PhD degrees from Columbia I n versity and ia member ol | staff of Teachers College, i demonstrate telepathy, damn. ance, prophecy and the psych studies of Dr. J B. Rhine Business session will includ discussion ot the club's anna. fund raising dinner set for Mar it at the Deauville Hotel start Danny Thomas Mrs, Louis Pilzer is president cl Opti-Mrs, of Miami Beai I • i I he i i tp e w ill live Women's Group Slates Speaker Miami Chapter oi the America Society ol Women Accountantui hold its dinner and meet ins Tuesdav, 6:30 p.m at the M. \ lister Hotel. Speaker tor the evening will b Mrs, Jane Roberts, chairman i the Dade County School Board Mi Ri berts will discuss "Bus I > %  '. man's Place in Public Life She will l-i> .jiv e a report ol ti Governin s Conference on Ihe s tus ol Women held in Novemhei MRS. MICHAU UVINS0-: LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • MPJUPIM5 Serving O.de County Over 25 V. r| 1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-99D4 h COLONIAL WOOD PBODW'. 133 W. 29th ST.. HIALEAH 887-3741 It Announcing... SOPHISTICATION FOR JUNIORS! With the opening of 369 Miracle Mile Jean Berry Coral Gables A salon presenting elegan' selections for the discerning soprmtkarod, mature |un.or s.ze women (3 to 13) who are figure individualists and love tbo "


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ftic'r/, January 8. 1965 *A*isf>ncr*Ur>r? Paqe 9-B \i*rrmv\ '&b X 0 i yours, h an illusion of a double wrap around skirt. The Nat Sokolows were also in attendance. She. chose black chiff-in with a full >kirt and ostrich-trimmed panniers Carmen red satin was the color of Mrs. Max Weitz's cocktail suit. The bodice of her dress was embroidered with silver bugle beacN and [ringed with caviar be;;ds. .Mrs. Charles Merwit/cr chose pink chiffon with an embroidered ribbon lace bodice. 1 lie Nathan llanduerkers, of Nathan's HI Coney Island, were in town lor the dinner, and .-he was seen in a black coi-kt.nl dress, HE Hebrew Academy held Its 17 i annual scholarship din er S 'day evening at the Dean ,11 lei Guests of honor were lr. aid Mrs Samuel Rcinhard. cr gown was slate blue satin ,wth \ hite chalk beading around the s ooped neckline and banding her matching jacket. The ad dies%  as given by Michael S. Com; Ambassador of Israel to the 1 • -:ied Nations. Mrs Comay's -our as a two-piece golden silk forma with a floral print in burnt orange, green and bark. Her verblouse skimmed the waist ind featured a scooped bateau neckline Mrs. Louis Me: witcei whose husband is presi dent t the Academy, chose an ombr< green lame tormal with a (letV neckline. Cha rman of the evening was Leonard Rosen, and hi^ wife .-ilk ^ .m was in tones and shades Of L.'i"'iIn a floral print with a white background. School Board member, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyer*, was in a black -ilk rib bon lace with a matching jacket A bli ck silk crepe sheath ^kirt and ; white cloonej lace bodice was \ TII by Mrs. Gussie Amdur. Mrs. loe Post chose a sequined vellov chiffon with white caviar beadi creating a lloral design. Mi Louis Schwartiman's foliage preen silk crepe was detail ell with gold lame embroider> aroun her decollete V neckline \lut. canai \ >;lk crepe with a harlequin design ol gold sequins was Mrs. .1 o e p h Hoffman's choice for the evening \ black French crepe formal with white mink across the slashed bateau neckline was worn by Mrs. Sid nej : abinowiti Mrs Alex Miller selected a white silk formal sheath skirt and a hand-sequinerl overblouse in soft iridcscenl pas tel t< nes F ROM Brooklyn, MrSeymour Inhard wore charcoal and brocade in a long-sleeved, floor li ngth gown. Her sister in lav. Mrs l.< %  Reinhard, chose a pm tier blue silk crepe I with a leaf pattern created with mbroi lered silver line d bugli beads Mi-Phyllis Reinhard was in a white -ilk 01 v itri delicate rosebuds embroid ered in pin'; and green. Mrs. Don th. silver wore a while sequined -heath with a mosaic patiern at the neckline and hemline of multi-colored bead-. Ombre blues in a circular print on -ilk was Mrs. George Lazarus' choice for the dinner. Mrs. Jacob Rifkin's -heath and matching full-length coat were in white -ilk matelessc with pink satin encircling her waist Cold lame with gold sequins and bugle beads in a sheath silhouette was worn ii> Mrs Shepard Broad. Emerald green with a geometric pattern in goid lame was the labile in Mrs. Philip Simon-own cut with a knee-length sheath over the floor-length gown so thai it could be worn at either length. Her daughter. Miss Lynn Simon, was in black .-atin crepe with an Empire waistline and an asymetricallj placed bow at one side. Wife of Miami Beach's Mayor Melvin Richard wore brocade .-iik organza in ice yellow Her floor-length gown was cut to give Batya Mizrachi Meet Wednesday Batya chapter of Mizrachi will observe Child Restoration Month Youth Aliyah, with an auction and white elephant sale on Wednesday evening. 8 30 p m., i" the Charles Rosenberg Memorial Hall "i re n pic Adath Yeshurun Mrs Jonah E Caplan, president ol the chapter announced Proceeds of the affair will go inward tin rehabilitation of need) children ci nuninto Israel A sum ol $600 will support one child foi a lull > wen i' Mi i '.> Bers er, own; ii • I • • Nev York connois-our I t Old I [eatures a Go mi"! Bui i serve daii) between Skigen, Stepner Exchange Vows In the gardens of the Roney Plaza Hotel. Barbara Ellen Stepner became the bride of Dr. Jack Skigen. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. Lester Stepner, of No. Bay Road. Miami Beach. The groom is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Skigen. of Pittsburgh, Pa. Escorted by her father down the floral decorated grand stone stairs and continuing along an ai-le path between cascades ol French heather and giant pink floral arrange ments. the bride chu-e a gown of white Italian silk satin fashioned with a bodice reenibroidered with alencon lace and seed pearls Hailed by o matching chapel train, silk tulle veil was cap pearl studded pillbox. she carried her confirmation Bible covered with white orchids and cascadeol stephanotis and wisps o! tulle Mi-Marian Waldman. ol Cincinnati. U.. cousin of the bride. attended as maid ot honor. Miss Caryle Rlatt and Mi.-Beverly Blatt. nieces of the groom, ol Pittsburgh, and Miss Esther Ma ZOr. of Miami Beach, were her other attendant-. Dr. Robert Goddard was the groombe-t man. and Dr. Ron aid Shallow. Dr. Ilcnr\ Dean and Stephen Stepner, the bride's brother, were ushers. Jill Karon Miller, cousin bride, was flower girl and C Matter, godson of the parent-, was ring bearer. MisStepner attended Beach High School. Syracuse University, and is a graduate ol the I nrversitj of Florida, a member ol Pi Si! man Alpha, political sci ence honorary, and Theta Sigma Phi, journalism fraternity. Dr Skigen graduated cum lade from the l niverslty ol Pittsburgh where be also obtained a Master's m education and a Doctor of Medirine degrees. He completed his : p-iip and residence al Jack son Memorial Hospital He is a member ot the clinical faculty of Hie Department of Psychiatry at •he University ol Miami Medic! He is also consulting psy... ..,, a | t ne Jewish Home lor • ;.,. \ .-,|. lie i.. member Of Phi D e || silon. medical fraternit) \: v an extended honeymoon in VIcxico, the couple will live in \ : iami Ol the David bride's Miami A-1 EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS 1 Ph. 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' age 1Q-B fJmlsti fkrMlur Friday, January 8, 1965 D lanning the Jan. 17 dinner of the Greater M -mi Religious Zionists at the Deauville Hot^l are seated (left to righ" 1 Rabbi David Lehrfield, r Sol Nussbaum, Young Israel ol dealer .Miami: and Jacob Silbovitz, Etz Chaim Sj nagogue. Rabbinical Committee includes Rabbis Berel Aranoviti, Jonah E. Caplan, Isaac Hirsch Ever, Alexander Cross, Morris L. Horoviti, David Lehrfield, Joseph E. Rackovsky Solomcn Schiff, Sherwin Stauber, Tibor Stern and Berel Wein some 100 local leaders are sponsors ol the dinner, which will start at ti p m North County T Slates Classes Binah Bar net t will conduit a class in musical comedy at the .North County YMHA on Mondays, from 3:30 to ."> p.m.. tor boys and girls in third through sixth grade other activities to start the week Ol Jan. 11 will include ballet and modern dance lor girls, kin dergarten through second grade Tuesday, :( MI to 5 p.m.. and for third through sixth grade girls Thursday. 3:30 to 5 p.m. Junior science for boys and girls fourth through sixth grade will be held Friday, 3:30 to 5 p.m. The classes are conducted at the Y 14036 NK 6th Ave Further information is available from Mrs Hone Finnic, youth activities su pervisor I f 11 •; i For You Or Your Organization YOUR JEWISH HERITAGE An informative booklet on traditional Jewish life and law WRITE: MR. RAY KEATOR KRAFT FOODS CO. 99 PARK AVENUE NEW YORK, N.Y. Presented as a Jewish public service By Kraft Foods Temple Judea Guild Series Dr. David Seitlin. chairman of! the Temple Judea Fine Arts Guild, announces plans for the forthcoming Guild series, which will he open to the public, a well as to members of the Temple The Temple auditorium will be the setting for such names as Daniel and Dimitri. with songs .mil music "t Israel and other lands; Sydney .1 Harris, column ist and lecturer, the Israeli Trou badors, with Marie Misakura, -•nims and music from young Is raelis; singing and movieol Jew ish interest First performance will be on Ian 23 at 8 p.m. Pelti Mom Law Office Barnett Peltz announces the rt .l moval of his law office to his (>,,. I building at 335 NW 54th St M, anu Dr. Narot Due In Book Review Temple Israel Sisterhood vij hold its second "Sound of i. bre.iki.i~t Jan. 12, starting at i a.m. Dr. Joseph R Narot. spin ... leader "i Temple Israel ot G Miami, will rex lew "fterzog, | Saul Bellow. The review w ill be in \\ Auditorium, 137 NK 19th St Auxiliary Installs Mrs. Daniels Mrs. Sydney Daniels, new president of the Ladies" Auxiliary of the Miami Showmen's Association, was installed Wednesday at the Everglades Hotel. Also taking office were Ann Tara. Dorothy Cohen and Myrtle Duncan, vice presidents: Hilda Ro man. recording secretary: Neva llvman. corresponding secretary Alberta Mack, treasurer, and Man Markloy. chaplain Guest of honor was Susan Father Ruth Schreiber was install ing officer, with Ada Cowan mas ter of ceremonies DINNttS FROM $225 open t %  om 5 PM. tl 5 A.M. K PISH CHICKEN $1.49 1 mm Dinnvi Potato B.k


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Friday, January 8. 1965 -kyvlsl HhrHltr Paqe 11-2 J^ctt ning, Jan. H. An ing from Baltimore are Sandj sister, Mrs. Lary Hayman, ,.,i her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs Jack Rosen, and their daughters, Mrs. Rosen's lamily from anad i, Mr and Mrs. Stanley Fruchtman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snitman, Miss Bill) Gertaen and Mrs Anne Altaian "ill participate in the happy occasion A Bas Mitzvah party will bo ten rlored l<> Sandy on Saturday nighl b> her parents at their homo in which the family and a large number ot friends will participate. Kabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate at the observance. Jaclyn Kirschenbaum Jaclyn Merle, daughter ot Cantor and Mrs. Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum, will celebrate her bas Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congregation ,,, Friday evening, Jan 8. s. n ices will be conducted by Rabbi Anshe Ernes Will Install Officers Sunday Evening Congregation Anshe Emes \*ill install Emanuel Kushelewitz presdent .n ceremonies Sunday, 7 30 p m., at the synagogue, 2533 sw I9th Ave Judge Louis Handel will also install Max Baron, first vice presirtent; Max Rothbeind, second vice president; Max Sussman, recording secretary; Sam Esterman, fi• ncial secretary; Joseph Picus, treasurer; and Irving Sacks, Hue ben Yusko and George Baron, t: ustees Ladles' Auxih.n> in be installed lude Mesdames Lillie Noodela, president; Jeanette Roden, first vice president; Ann Yusko, second vice president; Mary Weis • r, recording secretarj Dora Sha. treasurer; Ann Mills, finansecretary; and Bettj Cam"( k corresponding secretarj New president of the congreqation was a member of the Sons of Israel and Young Israel of the Bronx. Kushelewitz is a charter and life member of the Jewish Postal Workers Welfare Lcagce of New York. Past president of the New York Letter Carriers, he held the offices of [financial secretary, recording [secretary, recording secretary • nd vice president of that organization. ^Kushelewitz was a delegate to Central Trades and Labor hincil. He i^ a Mason and mem "t Algonquin Lodge ot New Turk Toastmaster for the Sunday inIt) illation will be Irving Sperling. Irs. Regina Bailen will entertain [with Jeffrey Pearl and Miss Hetty fa mm it.I. Kirschenbaum Sandy Kosen Max A LipschilZ and her father. Canter Kirschenbaum, a.'v'sted by the adult choir, under the direction ot Mrs. Jack Donnerstag. Jaclyn, a seventh grade student at John F. Kenned) Junior High School, is on the Principal's Honor Roll. She is an active member ot the Beth Torah Junior L'SY. Can tor's Sabbath morning choir and former hostess and secretary ol the Junior congregation. Attending the Bas Mitzvah ill be her grandparents, Mr and Mrs I). 15. Gorovilz, formerly of Chi cago, and Mrs Hose Kirschenbaum. IMANUEI KVSMiifwrrz Denise Darcel At Fonfainebleau Denise Darcel opened Wednes. '„> night at the Cluh Gigi in the Fontainebleau Hotel for a oneweek engagement through next Tuesday. Motion picture, television and recording star, she will entertain nightly at 10:30 p.m. Music for dancing "ill feature the rhythms of Lenny Dawaon and his Fontainebleau orchestra, al ternating uh the Latin beat ol Julio Gutierrez's band, with Johnny Rojas on the vocals. fashion Show tor ORT Miami Beach Afternoon Chapter n Women's American ORT will hold a regular monthly meeting at the Monte carlo Hotel on Wednesday, 11 4."> am The program will feature a fashion show by Judy's High Style Hand Knits. ORT mem bers will be the models. ol Miami. A special visitor from Canada, is a great-aunt. Mrs. Mary Shapiro. Cantor and Mrs. Kirschenbaum will tender the Oneg Shabbat following services. %  %  *• Michael Arnold Michael, son ot Blanche Arnold, 11 2288 NF. 173rd St.. will become I'.ar Mitzvah on Saturday, Jan. 9. .it Temple Adath Yeshurun. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan and Cantor Man I ice Neu w ill officiate Michael is a seventh grader at John F Kennedy Junior High School. He has won trophies in athletic.-. He has a brother Dennis, gc 14. K'ddusii reception will follow the service. Stephen Lapinsohn On Saturday morning, Jan. !). Stephen, son of Dr. and Mrs. Leon ard Lapinsohn, of 708 Sistina, Cor a) Cables, will become Bar Mitzvah at Temple Zion. Rabbi Allied Waxman will officiate Eddie Wacks Eddie, son of Mr and Mrs. Mau rice Waeks, ol 131 NF 163rd SI will become Bar Mitzvah on Sat i.rday. Jan it. al Beth Torah Con gregation. Rabbi Max A LipschitZ will ol ficiate, assisted bj Cantor Ben Zion Kirschenbaum. Eddie will be presented with a Bible on behalf ol the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood Fddie is a member of the tilth .ra.le Hebrew School graduating class Elliot Tarabour Elliot, son of Mr. anil Mrs Al 11 rt Tarabour, "ill be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Or olom on Saturday, Jan. 9. Rabbi Samuel April will officiate and present Elliot with the Ner Tamid Award. Elliot i> a Life Smut member in Jroup 312 He is an eighth grade student at West Miami Junior High School His hobbies are coincollecting and football. Cantor Nico Feldman will chanl the liturg] Mr and Mrs. Tarabour "ill host the Kiddish iti honor of their sonBar Mitzvah Norman Lichtenfeld Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs Seymour Lichtenfeld, of 19450 NE 2lsl Ct, will become Bar Mitzvah mi Saturday, Jan 9. at Beth Torah Congregation. Rabbi Max A Lipschitz "ill "t ficiate, assisted bj Cantor BenZion Kirschenbaum Norman will be presented with a Bible on behalf of the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood. 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Allen Bassin On Saturday, Jan. 9, at mincha services al 4:30 p.m., Kabbi S. T. av.ir.sk> will officiate at the Bsr KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER SUPPER DANCING MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BHUNS. Co-Owner Mitzvah of Allen Stanlej Baasi Aden is the s;>n ol Mr and M Norman Bassin. His grandparent Mr. and Mrs. Sam Finkelstain at Mrs Rose Bassin, will be prest at the sen ices iii> gram | iret l:a\e iceii meiiibei ol the Israi He Center for many years Alpresent for the occasion Simon Ku-4.\. ol Canada, gre grandfather ol the Bar Mitzvah Allen Bttends Cutler Ridgi ior High, I n re he ia me in I Ol the school band Marsha Coulton Marsha, daughti t "I Vlr. a Mrs Isadore J, Coulton. will I come Bas Mitzvah Saturday, J. a. at Beth David Congregatio Rabbi Eliezer A. Levi and Cam William \V. Lipson will official Marsha is a student ol Beth \) rid Religious School and belon. to L'SY Group. She is an eigh' grade student at Shenamloah Ju in! 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Page 12-B +Jenl*t nrrldfltr Friday, January 3, 1955 Key Gifts Program To be Headed By Kaplan, Harris Her A vital ne campaign pro] 1 of Key Gifts led by Marshall s Han and Leon Kap* ho has sen ed as chairmen tl 1 'I'., u ainl Professions Council commu I'.il ; %  aders ol -he hi Ji p is was announced b> Dr, Irving Lehrrum. CIA chairman. "I am pleased that Marshall Harris and Leon Kaplan will head the Key Gifts program, which will help the Combined Jewish Appeal expand its support to agencies both at home and abroad by receiving maximum assistance of those in our community who have the capability of making our Combined Jewish Appeal one of the foremost Jewish philanthropic drives, not only here, but CJA Announces Goal for 1965 At a lion voyage meeting Monday in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, sponsored u> • Campaign Cabinet of the 1%; Combined Jewish Appeal, a jjoa ol $1,435,080 was recommended. The goal, which is approximate |j SoO.uoo above the 1964 CIA goal will be presented to the Executive Committee ol the Federation toi official ratification. "We are all cognizant ol th< many additioi al programs ami ai i derated sen-ices made possibU ..'•i our Federation agencies i the local community because of i ur -uccess in meeting our 196-1 ..,,..! Rabbi Lehrman stated. Once -.:ir. v e are called upon 1 t xpanding needs and an i for life-saving > and abroad, and ,,,... .:. a ICCI --ml camneeds at i t thi r'onl i %  • or %  -h. .IEON KAPIAM throughout the country," the chairman declared. Both Kaplan and Harris scr\< m the 1965 CIA Campaign Cabinet. Kaplan, prominent attorney and lartner in the law firm of Myers. ileiman and Kaplan, is a vice pre! ident of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. He served si chairman of the 25th anniVCTMO meet ing of the Federation and is a nationally-known leader of the National Jewish Welfare Board, which helps to sponsor and admin >ter Community Center programif the YM and YWHA ol Greater Miami and in cities throughout the .•ountry. Recipient of the President's Lead -rship Award as an outstanding voung leader of the Greater Miami lewish community in 1963. Harris lerves as a member of the Execu live Committee of the Federation ind as a member of the Board o! Directors of the YM and YWHA if Greater Miami. He ia partner in the law firm i; Harris and Robinson, and ha> ilayed a key role in the develop rn! of dership for I tornMARSHALL HARRIS billed Jewish Appeal and Federa tion, particularly by the younger leaders of the community. The Key Gilts chairmen stated that the new program would be their opportunity "to obtain vital support for CJA's 41 agencies com, mensurate with the vital task to bring additional fund.s to the local agencies of Federation, and at the same time to help the Inited Jew ish Appeal and its agencies rescue and resettle a record number of; men. women and children in Is rael and 30 countries overseas during the coming year."' MEXICO Offers non-stop DC-8C Fan Jet Service from Miami to Handwriting Will Be Analyzed Handwriting analysis will be the theme of a luncheon meeting of; the Islander's Chapter of Women's American ORT on Tuesday noon %  t the Honey I'la/a Hotel Mr>. Margaret Newman Stearn. program chairman, will present Charlotte Liebel, noted graphologist In charge ol reservations iMrs. Jack Vivian, ::>i W, 51st SI Miami Beach $ For only CITY 164 00 round trip In just 2 hours 25 minutes you can be in gay, citing Mexico City from Miami via Aeronaus ce Mexico. During your brief, comfortable flight, >?u enjoy friendly "Welcome. Amigo!" service which starts your trip off in the truly hospitable atmosphere you will find throughout marvelous Mexico. And the Round Trip fare is a low, low $164X0. £o .discover the pleasures of flying Aeronaves c!e Mexico plus the fabulous sightseeing and vac: r. i delights of magical Mexico. See your Travel Agent or call DE MEXICO 130 S.E. 3rd Ave., Miami • FR 7-2391 Mtxlco'l Uriest Mrliltf serv.ne Europe. Ur lid State*, Cafttfi *-*' %  ic, South America S Cjnarjj with in e World'* most moC'n tis. / Foik School In Ce ition •' >inski Folk s i %  s Henrj Arthur. t< television Yi '. men, i con • il will apI ih, hip ol the Lasavin. a n d Bina Bart ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving — JEFFEPSON UNION HIGHIANO FRANKLIN MURRAY PLAZA NEWTON FR 3-5581 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET m^F^fJ 9;*FM • i.f^v^ ill \ -V t 19 MUSICAL HOURS EVERY DAY 5*



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lay, January 8, 1965 +Jm Is* fir rMinn Page 13-B Church-State Expert Due Here Saturday Evening Asthma Research Drive Camp Reunion At Temple Israel rilliar hominc he Flor. Ai bf B'nc%  tl R< lented ek L. Pailot has been %d as chairman of da Regional Board of -Defamation Leaque B'rith to succeed RurPallot wiil be prea slate of officers .on at the annual of the board Sun17. 9 a.m.. at I riaza Hotel. leth El Night Hated Tuesday Both E '•-!' i' 1 ,l( h*' 1 1 Tues p ;it Congregation Beth Louis 'iwarUman, executive I tor the Bureau of Jewish lucatioi will review "The Chot>n One b> Harry Simonhofl %  i •;: iff will be present lo %  ike part :i the discussion. Rabbi Leon Kronish, president il the South Florida Council of American Jewish Congress and na. tional vice president of thl Con '-ie>>. announces that an overt low crowd is expected at the first annual community-wide winter meet ing of the Council on Saturday, B p.in .it the Everglades Hotel, Guesl speaker will be Leo Pfeffer, special counsel of American Jewish Congress, and chairman <>l the Department of Political Science of Lony Island I'niversity. Pfeffer is an outstanding authority on church-state relationships and during the last decade has been personally involved in major church and state cases decisions by the United States Supieme Court. A Scroll oi Tribute will be award ed to Pfeffer and t.> Bernard S Mandler, chairman <>t the Commi*. Mini on Lav and Social Action ol Ihc South Florida Council, in n i i .nit. "ii <>i their work in behall ci\il rights and civil liberties ];, freshments will be served, i reset vations ( an be made !>> i eph 1 Yanich, regiona Children's Asthma Research In stitute and Hospital Chapter members will engage in a oneday crusade on Tuesdas to collect donations. Surfside Music Society Concert Next conceit Oi the Surfside Society will be held at the Surfside c immunity Center on Monday, 8 30 p.m. Artists t" l>e featured include Rose Byrum, coloratura; Victor Marchaesie. tenoi. Natalie Deich. A reunion reception was held at Temple Israel of Greater Miami recently, with members of the Southeast Camp Institute located at Cleveland, Ga. S. Ronald 1'illot. chairman oi Temple Israel's Camp Committee, announced the meeting was held in Wolfsnn Auditorium 17. \ ear-old concert pianist: and Sady Kaye, accompanist Councilman Louis Hoberman, wsidenl of the Society, will preside. Austin Burke is Speaker Austin Burke was an installing officer and guest speaker for the Wilton Manor. Ft. Lauderdale, Kiwanis Club on Wednesday at the Far East Imperial Restaurant in Pompano Beach Students Participate Studentol Temple Zamora Religious >choo| who participated in the parent-, son and dau hti SI sii.;i on Friday evening wen 1 Sue Karen Lederman, who de livered the sermonette, Bruce Rein, Ricky Josepher, Louis Bii i i waig, Lisa Ten and Harvey Fishii man %  riiri ctor al i on grass Offi< iestaurcnt Group Dance ln-tall; 'ii dinner dance ot the 11 eater iliami Restaurant Asso Dation v. be held Jan. 19 at the Everglade Hotel. Johnny Masters Ind his c I hestra will play for the Ufair. < It going president is beorge M. lory, of Jordan Marsh, picoming president is Lionel Chaiood nd beverage director for koctors ispltal. Perry Shafton. [ho iir barge ol arrangements, laid the 6 air will begin at 7 p.m. Now Sheraton insures your hotel reservation. You get $20 in services free if we don't deliver on a confirmed reservation Don't Aorry. We won't be giving away many $20 This is brand r?*. and only S-'talon has it Read carefully: It you hold a confirm,heraton Hotel and if you show up for your room whe you <*'. j!d and if. for any reason, you don't get a room, then a cen.l.cate good for $20 worth of food, beverages and lodging it an> Sheraton Hotel or Motor Inn anywhete. No hut's or maybe ; And vot get the $20 certificate even if your reservation called for a 59 90 room. You can't lose. But then, you never can at Sheraton. For Insured Reservation; at guaranteed rates (you never pay a penny more than youl rest', ati on calls for). Phone any Sheraton or in Miami ca 3770275. 95 Sheraton Hotels & Motor Inns the American Jewish Heller to Speak At Menorah Daniel Neal Heller, past national commander of the Jewish War Veterans, will be guesl speaker at th • i %  pie Menorah Men's Club Brotherhood breakfast on Sunday morning at 10 a m. •The Tope on the .lews' will DC the title of Hellers talk As national commander, he was granted a papal audience in the Vatican. Hen Krovetz, president of Ihe MenClub, has appointed the following to act as a committee lor the Brotherhood breakfast: Ben Alter. Alex Friedman. Lester Goldberg, Herbert Kaplan. Mar -hall Kratzer. David Miller. Ted Nelson. Ed Schuman, Norman Shapiro. Morris Steiiben and Norman Willinger. Iil\la I IMSII ll,VSI I II CO. LIME • COLORED PLASTER Phone 635-4195 260 N.W. 27th Street Miami, Fla. I* ^ • II O O 1 1 X 1. REPAIRS AND RE-ROOFING .ifiltMR 1731 N. MIAMI AVE. SINCE 1020 PALMER'S ROOFING PHONE FR 3-6244 % Before You Rent Compare When they tell you the apartments are luxurious COMPARE! Kincj-siz irtmenl ... free ce ing and heal %  : a'l wa kn i osets ultra-modern ai i bathrooms. When they tell you the location is wonderful COMPARE! Just o f f Biscayne Boulevard right on B scayne Bay on!/ 3 minutes from Mia-""! Beac'Ten minutes takes you west to the Airport, south to downtown Miami or Key Biscayne, and north to 79th Street. We're right below the 36th St expressway which connects with all other expressways and the Sunshine State Parkway. When they tell you the features are the finest COMPARE! 24-hour doorman service — assigned private parking at no charge — security guard day and nightresidence management — valet shop — laundry facilities each floor. When they tell you the pleasure facilities are the best COMPARE! 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?age 14 B • 'Jmt*Hncrkttar Friday. January 8. 19£j of rtjiw mm Rabbi Kaplan, 90 Passes at Home • !!•• ha i c< lebi Services will be Frir'iy, 11 a m., = t TerriDle Israel, with Dr. Jo<.tph R. Narct and Cantor Jacob 3orn;tein officiating. c Sll B. in the Ti %  el Mei II \. n FuHom RABBI JACOB H. K API AN Philip Catsman Dies Here at 84 PI .man, ol 223 i SW 21sl died here Mon 4 llf was si Mr Catsmai \, %  ago ;i m Flint Mich li-' emb r ol BrtfrDarid"Conation, the Mas ins Elks, and Exi hange Cluh rviving are his wife, \> three sons. David. Miami. Raj nd Samuel. I oth of Flint three daughters, Mrs Pearl Dubois Dclra> Beach. Mrs. Ethel K i man, Buffalo, N Y and Mrs. Bess Lande, San Francisco, Calil ; randchildren and eight greatgrandchildren. Services were Wednesday, Jan. C, ;it Gordon Funeral Home, with interment in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. 'he %  %  i '. 3 w E •. %  L€ IC H E R : NCL' U kVf.I: 3?EN -ERNSTE N %  A i V A N I • v -. %  i '. ULOK lid. •%  i: • •" DTH. \l ix. <: .) %  : %  I i: %  aj N v 111 %  ^IIEDLAND %  i \ \'i 1; t 'II) -AINES Samuel I %  i S\\ ': %  -i.i. UBINOVITZ li SCHINDLER %  v. %  • BROOK NER. i •. • MARKLSFELO. .1 n \ i TERSCH. I:,| San s %  OROSO. • .1. VOGLL. iI.i :.' Wcsl N A I SCHULER I • i BUSMAN. Ml S'W PERETZ M [IIKIMII \ \ .i i: -I.I. ROSENBLRO VI V\ Sci \ \ i: SHERMAN. VVl \ KLEPACH. M t-l. i • HAMBURG. M •" %  % % %  %  • VAUINSKV. Id i:., • H I II (4 \ s BRENNER ': ( Si 'hit if I lol %  POMERANTZ. Illv. SCHWARTZ. > %  -. \. ^ %  v. LE'BOAITZ, "•l:..... I It'vVOSKOW'TZ. .:ItUth I ;•• I:I\ BAUMAN. M HI | %  I .. GERDES W llli \ .. li •i Lt DERM AN. \\ %  %  Qood JUusic is powerfully on ~i *v / SOUTH FLORIDA'S Qood JAusic STATIONS AM-1080 KC NOW 10,000 WATTS FM 105.1 MC • 160,000 WATTS Roth to Speak Betore Zionists Jacob <" r'ishman. chain %  • the Weekly Luncheon I sored b> the Miami Beai nt the Zionist Organizati nf America ea< h Wednei P in ;tt the Rid Plan H announci ii that the speaki • Jan 13 luncheon iii be '{oth. Kuth. a past president i Miami Beach Zionist Distr national vice chairman Ol I Defamation League ol B nai its Florida regional cht and past chairman oflhe i i Pals) ol Miami Roth will dim uss Is th< Nations m Danger Dr U r ham Wolfson will review current news, and community sinj been planned Assisting on the Arrange Committee are Joseph Alter, Lo Rabincwitz, Abe Rubin, Bernard ECatZ, Herman Wilson and Fayi Tupler Rabbi Skop to Speak Workmen's Circle l L Per, M: \ ... School, "ill have its next lei' NUSBAUV M ,.. on Tuesda, 8 pm at IMS SW 3r I ,.i. St Speaker will he Habni Mor -UINSKY. h i H„ si. ,.f, S kop. He will discuss the l i: \ anishina Jew PH11IP CATSMAN i .,. .. %  \ y • BAKER Mr I llh I'. 17th died Knt r -,.1. PLBLICKER I SI H >IIMI N It REDLICH. Xiii %  VVrnl IN THE COUNTY JUDGE COURT IN ANO FOR DADF CO'. NT\ FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 65550-C NOTICE TO CR'n -ORS i .... '• •• 1 %  1 %  I i I'n-i i I %  l-r I i <>[ ..i h. i : Hie office ol ihi • :• rk ..f I In I ml • :.. r before thi %  "-' • %  %  %  |.ui.|i-ii. ., • week* Han Mli ml i I"?? 1 -' % %  "' • • l : i • l I: l :i • .,. M ,in I'.-.::. h H i K \ i Hi:i:M \\. • I '.i.i.I'ouni > II, I. .-'\"t:i:i >i \ Wallei t l.iiii,..i, ll.llllllff • % %  ...... I-., li} M.H. I.ltmaii i x. iN T %  i %  .1" HO, ludtrmi m l.'. .I:.i • 11 1II •.ik.-li up i in.in.I,-il In Ihi TliU notice %  hall i %  %  'i .1 • i week for foui • II eon -• iHT# •> • • In iii. JewlKh r llui M Klorl HONK mid iii:i'i:i:i,i> nl M la, %  -.•• i: li I.I: v i HI. CM \N. I'leth 'in-nit i '..HI i. I >.n!. I n ri.l.i • w .li l'.\ • I. KNKKI >KN ilj Clerk Tallanofr, Waller AI.HMUII vi.iin. kn f„r I'lalntlfl i-'" Mm ulii it.i Miami i:. ... h, rla kl< rl< l.m %  1 s-1



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January 8, 1965 +Jelsliik)nkfian Paqe 15-E LEGAL NOTICE >T< NOTICE OF APPI 'CATION FOR TAX DEED lAPTERJf %  ACTS OF 1941 File AA 21769 l> IIEHEHV UIVEX II Sable "'•" 1 %  ItoMl i'.iv .—.I. I Vr III i' •!••nuni;:,.". 1 i\3 and S34I, laaued Ih. 1 in. \ I II. hua %  • % %  L, %  Hi I '"! hna •>: %  '• %  !• f, | ., tax dei 'l i" iis-md (,,, SHIII I irt incut*-* %  mbr .. %  :i.. ,| p II|M rtj Ill i-i.iin i'l I '"'I' • Witt* "i I'' 1 1 Ida, fu ll ,IH A i. !' %  I'. '''"i'l' n i .; \ilil I'In I Hook 18. Pay. in Ihi Count) of Had*, Mat* of |.ri.i.i. an unbraced in Certificate p ; v *, HJ4IIII II' • %  -I' I I I'l.l., iiu ...ill ,-. Hi' • iiti bamcd L "-.. r 'buiik s \.u. n I.. • |, III* k •:. Am.I ll.ii Rat ll I !.,' I % % %  %  '; .'". I'M* ill III-' ,..• i '.,.|, Htat* "< Hfcii Ida, .' M.ro'i d hi ''• llflcatl No I3KS. Th.' [. --n.. nt "f -:'i'i i'l")"-' tj n •!• r ,i certificate i-Mi.-.i war in Hi.. .\'ii llm K. v ""ih.-c-. MYMU BY HENRY LEONARD %  n of N W ft Lnta IT & 18, K "., Security A.l.in.. Plat It*.>k .1. I *1, lu th* fount y ..f l>a.ic, si:n. I ,'.,. .1embraced in Certificate 11 i iia-s. -MIL in of -aid k|n-n> under tin -.. 'i certificate i-'.l vv.m in ill* name "i Win. W. Phis del will '" laaued anhjecl to (standing delinquent t'it> "i Miami ,' i tlflcnte* ahall he re%  ,i .. %  11tit; i" law, Hi.|>rop*rt) ; |>ed h*n In ill b* -"I'l i" the (hex! bidder i th* Court lloua* .%  i.n th*flrat Mondn) In the in.'nth I'.-lru..' ) A.II '" %  • %  lii' li i" 111" da) el l ebruai > Al %  I • ... iliiIWtli da) "i I %  %  ember i I'll i K II l.l'.v rilEIUlAX. Clerk, i • • t. I >ade i 'nuni *. l-'l"i Ida i itj p I-' iltildstrand I le|l It) 'li .. i i • |N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65403-A !• HI. "I I'Altnl, S II IMIU'RH, NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ml i 'i. illt.i and All l'i %  "11 k^ 'luim • %  I'. PI 'if.v ii I ereb) notified and n ll i. |n w ill an • .i -ni'i ib niands I ,iv iui\ e RRainai Ihi en' II 1 S II nl.'ii ; ill .••• I .. t l i.nl. i "nuni i l-"l"i Ida, I. :.. Judaea "i I'a.I.Co inty, ami :!.. %  name in ilui'li. .!• and na i %  • • |.li .< In -• lion %  ". I I*, Ploi i'l. i Wat .v. m ihi r nffli %  In 1he i'"tin ) in i >;.'!• 'ount). Kl la, iili n xlx calendar nn>nih* from the • i 1 %  i -• p Miration hereof, ill.auim 'II !••• barred i %  i.il in Miami, Hi.rida, I bin I • %  i 1 l b. '. AH l'".|. IIOSK LtVKN As KXI .'lit IIX • publication "f thin not I %  i -.• da) of .i.ui.i v. IKOIMIE I I-M.I VNt)PF ''..I III-V !" %  Ifixi eutrlx I ..n.'.-lu Itottd i urn It. .n!i, M'-ri.la "Well girls, whose grandchildren shall we talk about today?" LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. S0045-A IN HE Batata ..i i:i:itx \':l' l.i:|-r.'ri'.T. ., k .i HICIINAKI i l.i:i K. iWITZ I >. .'.•i,-."l NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.> All i 'r. 'lii' %  %  and VII I'I • IIll.i intr rktlaaa ol Hetnanda Asa uw fttW I : :.i • %  You in % %  In i • l>> notlfl. .1 and i <•iinir... in bade County, 1 lorid.i. uiihin -ix iiilendiir nn.mlis from tintim ihi lir'i imbHeuHon hereof, oi the Hani* u.il IH barred, l-.ii.il ai Miami, Kll. i.la. tuis 11th day "I I>> I'ciiibc.-, A.I'. 1964. SII..\I;V I,KI'VMIHT \ i"\<. 'it-.) Myera, 11' Iman, Kaplan A; Catamnn Attorue) I. %  : %  A'liiii i .T.A. ] S.\V. l-'n-i Sin et r: 18-85, l.'l-B ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *• kv% i *,t FhridH&r aollcits your legal notica*. We appreciate your patronage and auarantee accurate service at legal MHai Fit 3-46t5 lor meseeuaer aenrlce LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THfi ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O r FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 64C 12053 TUB \\ ii.i.iAusr.ri'.'iii s.wiNt.y HANK. i'i. II tiff, \ lusKI-H II APAMH, .i v %  nl. I •• t", ii'l.irr -. NOTICE OF SUIT T". I'airl. ia M. Moore, II -insli wi an, lb aidi ii' • I'nknot* n, and remarried, her unkii"n sp" LEGAL NOTICE .1 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XnTICK is HKHKHY UIV14N that Hi. iiml. : -i-n. ii. dealrina lo enaaffe In h .-in. -ui der ihi iir • %  '!name "i VPHE.N \ .' i K r.nl Stn et. Iliaii nd %  • %  -.i i.l • with the I'd of the i'in ii i %  id* Count). Klorhla .lulls .'• .\1 \>KI.I.I i \\ %  %  % %  A !.\.,nMtn i for A|< i-nnl I 162 \S r: 1Kb i r1 MI.I'P I'i I NOTice UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N"|i T. IS HKHKIO %  \ ICN thai • hi undi ixni'il, b-slrini .. .':... tinilei the i' %  • in ZKP I'I.I: VNBKS ,\ I \i XIPV nl ."7''7 N \\ Sevi-nth Vventle, Miami, i in', ml•..:•: i Kami with the I'lerk • %  : th. Circuit Courl : Dudi %  jnunt). t"l"i Ida. SKw KI:::\'I'H I:I:\"/> >I. 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I • nor*, 11 ui-ti • -. rwliti 1 You are hereby notified and noother claimant*, claimina, !>)throua • i |rei| to ;..-.,,, in) .urn..,tni ii.-nnder %  rtualnsi an) "i tin m Ilii"ii '..11 ma) ha\e aaaint named defendunta who are deoeaaed ih. estate ..1 U'.ftAHAM .jriTT 1 -'!.!. Vou H hereby .1....1-..I late of 1'a.I.County. PloTi h ov. Ida, i" the iN'unty .I'ulu.f Iiade Untinty, and 11. tin aame m (lutliciite and ..~ proxl 1 in Section 7SS.H "' Kloi'lda I < tor i ; I'l. riihi Ktatutea, III their office, in '•" I'"" a inoiuraRi main th ii" Count) lo.iithoua. in in.,1. Coun!" %  •" %  '•; •'.' %  :'.' I'',',''::,'.' ,,,,,,,,,, ty. Morldu. within alx calendui montha %  • '-" '.;. '"' !> from the I I Ihe flrat |i iblicatlon '"" CAHOE I IT^ A.".in hereol me will I "lai I I MI. .1 .11 \l la mi. I'l." ida, llm da) of Hecml 1 \ 1 I91M \ I:TI \ 1..1 1 r 11:1.1. As Bxecutrix Kir-t publica 1 ion "." ibinol tin I sili il.l .1 I %  • nil.. 1 ••'.! RBHNSTEIX ft Mil.1.EH \ttorne) foi Bxecutrix, Yetta Quitti ." 11 -..ii 11. 1 iila.. 19 W l-'i.ial. r Si !: %  I-'-'.'".. 1 l- in.11 has 1 11 -111 lit 1 ii H8U ;ii~i >"ii in Hi* "Iron Conn of in Bleventh Judli lai 1 ,.f Kl." Ida n and for l> mm fi %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 55M7-B IX UK Ratal* ••' 1/iCIS A SAMUELS, .. .-. -. .1 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE I _,. ,, : ,| '„,;.,,,,-t you In the Circuit 1 l-l-l"-2i APPL CATION FOR DISTRIBUTION i ( -,. lir i ..rtii, Kleranth Judicial Circuit AND FINAL DISCHARGE ,,,(elorlda In nnd for Iktdi Count) t IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 64C "404b i'..i.i.\i: SW IXUS BAXK "iTUB .ii v n| NI:\\ YORK, Pluini ft. VIIYMAX MAN ltl.t'.MI5i:H Ynl' \I:I: IIEItBIIY III .1 lhal mi foi I n\ 01 c* habei I : on, .' nd you HI hen 1 v rc%  .1 %  r nnawt r Hi.. idalnl "ii Ihi I'la I y. I KSTBII Itl .!i:>. I • %  V \\ ; ; 111 SI reel W Klori %  "! li • %  An-.v i.XTEIi ll ilAX %  I' i'l' \ 11 HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR DA IN PROBATE No C5495-C %  • • ;I:I. .1 .. rtBKIB ll";i:i 1 IKK I MI'VIEI., IIBKIE If SKI., I'.KCKIE SIKti \l KEKIK KUKI, and MRS H sinr.l.. I .1-..1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Pi %  • %  ...I \;\ i'i r-.iiHnv' 01 11 in., 11.is AH I % %  al Siiiil 1 I an hen bj nottfli %  < %  n-\ rarniirIT.• • • an) %  i.n 1 .mil demanda \"'i may ha\* aaralnal th* of I'.iVKIi: KiKUKL, .1 k .1 fl-: SIKUEI., It'K'l SIIMEl., p-' sn;i:i.. MRlKIK RIEISAT.. |E M:I;I:I. and Mi's 11 SH:I:I. id lute "f I'.i i" 1 'minty, PlorII th* 1 '"iniix .1.1 iu. of 1 '.i i' \ ..-''•. in., in duplii at* us |.n • 1,1, ,1 in Si' -i"ii |a Maim. ^. in K a* In inn' > 1 .. 11 iii. 1-. "1 1 tad* 1 *un within alx ealendai %  .•in the llm* of Hi' hi aof, "i .."i" wi'i riii .it Miami, l-'l' i Ida, Ihla :'>ih %  j^B 1 ni.. ij^.' \'l 11 \N'li:i. W SIEtlKb CARL \\ .-11 '. I :i. \l-?\. 1 utoi publication "i th'n i.i.\of Januar), 1*1 KPSTBIN Att4*^Pj) f"i K\,'.'llti.|i-'n ^pki'in Mlty^Pp. 1, Ni ITII'K 1li. r. I that I I1.1 v. filed 1 Final Hi pi 1 and Pi tit Ion for 1 1, 'attribution and h Inal 1 'is. ham I'n.ilI'lN "f Ihe entate of l.,.iis A Hamuela, di and: and lhal on the SJnd da) "i January, Mi*."., will anpl) to Hi. Honorable I'ount) JudRea of j Imdi I'onnty, ri "iiii.. Mr apprnATtl of s.ini Kniiil l:i|" and for dlati %  nd final dlarhanri aExecutrix %  •' lite • -•• I Ihi '• %  %  • ami .1 ib • ii. in 'I'liiL'i! n *a) "i" Dei •in %  •> : ".i Kl IS M.IM %  VV SAMCEI.S 1 :•.., mi is %  iti "i \ 11 '. eaaed • i'i • s, -i 1, .vi'i 1 I 1 \! '.M n. > ,.. 1-1. .I I", I 1-N-l NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE C!RCU T COURT OF THE ELFVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY \ CHANCERY No fWC '-W6 %  ton %  !• — >.\ ina ii. im.rlaaa" U|ain the foi1 il.. .1 !•. al in "|" rt) I... 1 :i III...-k .. STi'NKYIiKiM'K ES > r \'l'i:s. a.. iirdtnu rhnraof, r^""i led 111 I 'lot Hook '• • at l'..a. :'." "1 ill" I'll'lnIt '• "' 1 ia.t. 1 'ount). i'i" Ida, '"a. ihei a Ith Vein tian lllind* ^ ,,,1 .,'.. %  1 .1 t.. fil.ii !• upon-i\.pl< .nl na :.. plalnliffa %  mnpliilnl with Ui. i'lik ..I ih* at aid anil -"i > %  ''m ih. renl ipon phi li 1 ll.nni -. M VH IMS I'IN'i:. Had* I'. .1. 1 .il r.nil.lina. Miami. Bloi idl 11,.1 later than lilintar! 1.. ... pen 1 '"in. ami IH be • %  \.. %  1>ATKH I" %  • i" 1 r '-"-'. ; 1: II I.KATHKRM \N 'I. f (Mrcuit 1 ||.v K M IA M VX 11. put) I' \l \ 1: II N El SB 11,1,1. I% %  .'. nil 1. illdlng NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 1374b V\ i.Wi: P.EX SETT, PU1I1 NATII \Nli:i. I' HESXKTT, I'. •. %  da SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: NATHANIEL K. ItENXKTT !•:.", 1 i|v laion Street, Apt U 1 :\ an.-\ lli>. Inillii n. 1 You, NATIIAMKI. K. UKXSKTT, in.h. .-b> nnllfied that 1 Hill of Complaint foi I'lvi-ree haa been filed Bicainal you, and ymi ari required I., -.r \. a '"iiy 01 your Anawer or Pleadim: :•' : Rill "f Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, rrwln %  :. I'hii-ii". 1IM Coral Way. Miami. dorIda and file ll.."liainal Anawer I'had I u in Ihe offic. of Ihe Clel* of the i'i!-.111 1'ourl -in ..r I1.1..re th. JOth day "i January'. !•**. If >'"" 1ll 1 of the I" ihlli Recon nl 1 '.,.!• 'aunty El < %  • You .11 • i' I to fill 1 -iv.ph adinu 10 pla • mp 11 if the af.in -slid %  '" n and MM \. a cop) thcreol ipon phi 11' Home) MARTIN BISK, l>ai keileral BuildliiK, Miami, Florida ii"! liiii 1 I h.iii .1 n11.11 > --. I "." %  I '" %  %  1 "II! • --" \^ I %  Hi 1. vri ;i %  1 '• %  1 : I! I', I.l. \ I'll IM: M \N "lerk of lli" I'n .mi Co m-al 1 ll> : P. >'' 'l'i:i.A.M lieput) Clerk MARTIN BIXE 1 1 i'. I. al liullding M.., I, El.-!-nl.1. X313I 12 27.. I !•' IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65356 IX UK Karat* ol Mi'KRIS AI'I.F.K |i... .ii-e.l NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml reditoi and All 1 %  nona Ha' inu Claluta or Demand* Ab'ainat .-.. y,,., ., hi i • by notified anil • ,,,,ii,.,i ... 11.-. 111 am claims and d< m.inds ha..|i %  %  ma) have again* n,.. ..." ., MtHiRis Ain.Bii ••' uaed I it* of "•">" County, Floride ,,, t he Count) .ludRea of l>ade Count; and fil" the aam In duplii ate and ,,„. ,.,.,, ii.. ds... ,, dan .111 by .l.i'.iiilt ivill h• % % % %  •;, %  ,;;,,"„ ,,..„„, ;S3.I6. Florid i.l. -II m -1 > %  •" fl i 1 "' "li" 1 •'•'' .1 ... ,,, f „. v ,,, the C-ir ...,n I In IhHill of Complain! -ami. s „ il.eii ofl1. -si 11 1 1. Th.notice shall b. publiahod once '> "' L .1, w..' f.n r.n.r ..us.-.iiiw weeka 'hi. within si\ calendai in..ntlis i n Til. • .7EM> rEiVd lI'VVx he ; of ,...• lira, P>'.**' "'" IM.NB \NI"Ki'i'Ki'i. al Miami, ''• '"" • %  '''" "'".!", ';'"',',. i-'ii.i.,. Ihla ir.th da) -I Hecember, Haled Jl ln "'' A K J or da i "" 1: I'. I.EA rilKRMAN, 1k, iii I'OIII I '.ni. i '"*in!\. Elm Ida .-, all II) K M I-V.M W l i"i".'t\ i'I. rk IMIRISTIE .v l.i'\ BXSTEIX 1414 I'l.ral Wa< Ml unl, I'i 1 IS1 15 I tiff 11::-iii"'. 12 1> 1. 1 l-S I.AW'll Nl "E Al >I.ER \Kxecutor A %  ..ii.. .\ Scher An,.1 iii'j.. I.i 1 xcrutoi .,,1, \. Miami, Bin %  2.1 1 'A si.., M. Al M,\\ 1: iSREESEIEI.H \ %  •• %  11 r v • %  nivr %  II MM1VIN VV VI5I'. %  SU'T FOR DIVORCE KM I VKV X \V \RII I You VV'll 1.1 VM vi VRVIX w x I., en I : I • eopv ol V xM.I vs.'ir VI" iii. rl.4-.dti vv v .1.1:1: I.l 1 vi vv I2U I .In. "In I Ri .1 vi ..mi Iii %  "!' !•' a and 1 %  : ; ...'., 1 Ansuci I'll .I'lina In (he ..II .' • nl 1 ni I'lerk • i Hi" 1 'n 1 nit 1 • on or befi da.v ol Jan i 1 i. 196 %  II you i.nl i" il" jn.iam. nt b> default "ill bi i:ik. 11 aaalnal you foi Ihi relief demamled he r imp! 1 iiu I>ATBI> al Miami. Rlorldn, thla 2:lrd da "i i '>•• 1'iniii'T A 1 %  rMI K l: I.KA I IIDU.VIAN. 1 '1. 1 U. ("In nil lourl I '.,.!• i 'nun: \. Ii,.i Ida i-..,l) |i] %  inl'hl.AM'. 11. i. %  %  Taltanoff, Walli Al 'tman 42 1 .Im "In Road Miami it. ...ii i" AI1 ne) i"i Pla 1 I! : %  NOT C£ TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL RT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTS. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 65179-B IKES MI-lT fF UNDER IK AI'STI.X, also Kllov FICTI?IOI.SNASELAW *.\u\n \..-i n-iis 111 I:I i'-v isi\i:s 1 i • .%  v> NOTiCr -0 CREDITORS 1 • vr s vv I'SI 1., %  r v ri ;i'i-1 } inlands hi.h you. 1 %  \ i U'STIX I.lXIi Count ; v STIN dei 1 flic 1 V'i'W S'ork. p in the Ci ni • I ill.niti ami n | %  ..... 1,. 1 contal IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I'llde Klor1, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND r OR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATt No. 65361 B N ST IN v V %  I '. -TIN I • NOTICE -0 CREDITORS To v 1 ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOP DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCESY No 64C 13774 vv %  .1 .I'l:. ivv i. SALMON, PI.Hi" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \. %  %  'i: IS llBR BUY I'.IVEX i 1 •' Ih. nnd"! -iuii".l In 1 llltnifi 11 he 1 Ml 'I 'Kl.s .. ARTI.s 1 '> HA I.l. .11 li !'• \ i •! .1' %  t. Miami 1 %  ;.• %  u nl 1 ,. 1 'In im Ihtilc 1 da I. v RI !.'• %  Tl I'M '-'. IXC, .1 I PA I'L Kvvn.\::v ,.. Sib • %  man, K a Itn. 1 .v : %  Vl 1 ne) foi Applii .. 111 1 1-8-15-21 1-" I-ni".In Road vvi i i.n-: 1.1 'its:: SAI.VI. i\. 11. fend 1111 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I'.. V\ ll.l.IK LUC I HE S M.Mi iN ..'1, > I V' "IHI.Mniiiti Vi rnnn, Ne" York YOB vi:>: HKHKHY n.-tlfled thai a "innliiinfoi I 'iv. II • I .. I" 11 filed naiiiiKt mi. and \"n ;ii" hereh) required '"'.' %  |i) "i your anawer to th. 1 '.in"..mi ..II Hi. I'lalnl il lorn, y, ARTHt'R VV K.\ RI.ICK, v, li Idl • • S vv Miami, i'i "i.ii. and fil* Hi, Ol V l • Ill "••1 inh Jud in .1 n'l llade Counl efon Ih. '-'"'li da) 196."., P. il ed b) > oil. || M v '. %  laea 1 l!> K vi 1 v -. vv i 2S, I %  1 vitliin %  %  lontl llcatlon hen 1 he ami w ill he ia rred Dated nl vi .. |, Klorlda, tlii7th .1.1. ..I 11. ci mbi i. v 1' i.i.i UHOIM VI \NTIS V Vn. Illn I I ^N. %  II : i\ LKi IX K VII v.\ .a \l. .-. 11, >i >na .1 \ Kaplan Vi !"i in j '"i An. ill.ii \ Exectin .s li." S VV. lai St.. Miami. Pla. 13 I8-J5, 1 1 I iiml 1 ia .' nd. ,.1 .aim v 111 IH hai 1. .1 |l .-. ml,. I ,tli. A I' BEN BUSKS \. nl Hi" l...-' VV I. -,., ,,. ,11 : \r.i: I.VI'll'Ks %  %  pan*d I:SSI:\ .\ KiOSRN An." n. %  foi Bxi rutor i.nv \ nab > Bids Mlumi, Fin %  12 iv-.'.. SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS /MANUFACTURERS Of SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS Corporation Seals and Supplies CHARLIE MERZ, Owner 613 N.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034



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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Full Text
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
33 Number 2
Miami, Florida, Friday. January 8, 1965
Two Sections Price 20c
Goldmann Calls on Zionist Congress
To Join Drive for Jewish Survival
:t>. NAHUM GOLDMANN
new understanding
ily's Prexy
jelped Save
lany Jews
I (JTAi Italy's n e u
;ii ;. Giuseppe Saragat, a
l-!. fought bnth Faclam and
n his native Italy and
e<\ -ave tht- lives of manj in-
fed victims, Jewish and non-
Isti of the totalitarian re-
ts, Jewish circles emphasized
;: .'. eek
official visit to Egypt last
told Egyptian l)eput>
Mahmoul Fawzi that he
vi-itcd Israel and that, on
\.-.t. he "had tht- bonor to
ame in the memorial torn
the 6,000.000 European
.-)' victims ol the Nazi holo
St He bluntly told his Egyp-
- th.ii "Israel cannot be
with alleged aggressive
hut :. a symbol ol the
-., suffered by Jew s,' and
Continued on Page 16-A
Restoration'
f Palestine
'owed at UN
JERUSALEM (JTA) Dr Na
hum Goldmann addressing the
i pening si ssion ol the I'tit'i World
Zionist Congress, said this week
that the principal uoal of Zionism
should be close cooperation with
Israel to assure Jewi.h survival,
lie listed three specific tasks for
lh 11 (lav ennclav e
1. To -start a now aitack against
the present "complacent >tate of
mind" of the Jewish people to
make Jews understand that neith
er the position of Israel nor the
future of Jewish communities out-
ride of Israel is sale.
2. To inaugurate a new chapter
ol close cooperation between the
Zionist movement and Israel and
to make the Jewish state a major
force in securing Jewish survival
3. To reorganize the organiza-
tion forms of the world Zionist
movement, to do away with
"hindering" traditions, and "to
open wide its doors to welcome
every individual and organiza-
tion ready to accept the Zionist
program hut not ready to join
one of the existing parties."
Dr Goldmann expressed appre
ciation to the Israel Government
and especially to Premier Levi
Eshkol, for "the new spirit of un-
der.tandinL; of the necessity to
strengthen the Zionist movement"
displayed by the government. He
lauded the government's willing
ne.s to cooperate with the Zionist
movement "fully" and to back the
efforts of the Zionist movement
"by the tremendous prestige which
only Israel possessed today in
Jewish life." He expressed hi* con-
viction that Israel was ready for
such full cooperation "as never
before."'
Dr Goldmann told the 3.000 del
egates and guests assembled in
Continued on Page 7-A
THANKSGIVING DAY COLLISION
Zim to File $2 Million
Claim for Shalom Wreck
Urge Powers to Bar
Atom from Mid-East
l -til in equip the "Pal
u Liberation Army.'" author-
n .'Mi. b> the "Arab I.ibera-
nixati formed by the
Vi League states, the Daily
'ported here from Bel
M ting official "Arab Libera
nizattoi soun >
I irut report stated that
It the arm. being allocated
tin' Palestine 1.1 b e ration
im are being withdrawn from
i son let arm. m Eg] pt
which Moscow ha* prom-
ki i eplaee w 11. more mode' >
| equipment Another Rei
reported that Egypt
l ii re named their joint
i o imand w hlch h t" pie
i' Mv military uni in o| the
]' Each ol the g
Jut- h;is name.I 25 men to hi-
I mmand, headed on the
i side i >> President Gam a I
} :i the Iraqi
Continued on Page 3-A
NEW YORK(JTA -The Middle
East "is the one region" in the
u orid "where intervention ol
atomic weapon, on either or both
side, would fatally aggravate ten-
sion..' in tin- opinion of Raymond
Aron, oni' of France's leading po
lit ical commentators
However, in his survej on 'he
.pre.ol ol nuclear weapon^ in the
Januarj 1063 Atlantic Monthly.
Aron doubted that the United state,
r.d the Soviet Union v ould be
"dragged into a holoi aust bj the
possible insanity ol Middle East-
ern nation.
He cited two reasons for the
likelihood of nu'lear holoca-JSt
in the Middle East. First, he
noted, "Israel is a small country
in close proximity to Egypt,
whose cities in turn are of ma
jor importance." He argued this
would make for a highly unstable
situation because the advantage
of a "preemptive ?rike" wO"'d
probably be decisive for the
crintry taking such action.
The other reason, he declared.
was that for either side, "wiping
out the entire population" now in
the area, would not be incompati
hie "with the aims of one of the
belligerents Moreover, he noted.
the atomic weapon would be a su
premelj efficient instrument for
imposing a drastic peace on the
I ser because extermination of the
enem.v could precede victory-
The commentator concluded that
i. there was one area in the world
hire the major power, have an
n to block the introduction
Ol nuclear arms, it i> "certainly"
Middle East. He noted that
Israel and Egypt both signed the
parti d test ban and that though
both countries have missiles," no
other country is ready for the time
being to Slipplj warheads. Tht
manufacture of nuclear warheads,
he added, requires time, money
and tests outlawed bj the treat)
lie warned thai the danger to
. hich Israel and Egypt would ex
Continued on Page 11 A
NEW YORK(JTA IA S2.000.0im
claim for damages will be filed
within a few days by Zim lines
against the owners of the Nor-
wegian tanker Stolt Dagali as a
result of the collision between the
Zim-owned liner Shalom and the
Norwegian tanker on Thank.giv
inu Day off a fog-bound New Jer-
sej coast, il was learned follow-
ing an exchange of conflicting
statements between the owner, ol
the two .hip..
A statement blaming the Stolt
Dagali as the sole cause for the
crash was made by Eugene P. Gil*
lman. an admiralty lawyer, in a
report for the Zim Lines. Leiv A.
Arntzen, president of the Scandi-
navian Marine Claims Office Inc..
speaking for John P. Pedersen and
Company, owners of the Stolt Dag-
ali, issued a statement in reply to
the report by Mr Gilligan
Mr. Gilligan charged that the
Stolt Dagali was traveling at
"immoderate" speed through
sudden fog, failed to heed a fog
signal from the Shalom, and al-
tered course in violation of inter-
national navigation rules. He
also asserted that the Shalom's
radar was scanned regularly ad
that when fcg suddenly envelop-
ed the liner, Capt. Avner Freu-
denberg reduced speed and or-
dered fog signals.
When a fog signal was heard by
the Shalom, the report continued.
the Shalom'., engines were stop
ped. The report also denied that
(apt. Freudenberg had sent out
an erroneous position signal 15
miles ott his actual position im
mediate!) alter the collision. The
report asserted thai it the tanker
had not altered position, the two
ships would not have collided.
Mr Arntzen. in his reply, called
the Gilligan report "patently un-
Conrinued on Page 1S-A
United Jewish Appea
To Hear Sen. Humphrey
By Special Report
With Vice Pre. dent Elect lb.
bert H Humphre) a. principal
speaker, 400 key Jewish leader.
from all over the COUntr) will t'"
mally launch the United Jewish
Appeal's nationwide campaign to
meet the humanitarian need, ol
nearl) three-quarters of a million
Jews oversea, on Saturday eve
ning at the Mayflower Motel in
Washington. D <'
The leaders, headed b) Max M
Fisher of Detroit. 1965 UJA gen
eial chairman, will he convening
STATUTE EXTENSION BATTLE STILL RAGES
Only lesser' Criminals Will Escape
im the organization's two
tional inaugural conference, w
traditional!* serves as the kukh:i
of the UJA's annual na!
drive. Tin tola!., which w .11 b.
announced at the conclusion of
the conference on Sunda) i il be
made up ot the personal contribu
tions of the leaders attending, plus
initial sums ra sed in a number ot
communities throughcul the coun
try in preparation lor this event
This year's UJA drhe wil1 ek
$109,400,000 to aid the programs
of the three- major a :em :. -c \\
ing Jew ish needs the world over
Humphre) head, a notable ros
ter ol speakers who will address
the opening banquet session Sat
Continued on Page 2-A
BONN IA \ ke> investiga
tor ol Nazi war crime, insisted
this week thai only lesser n.i/i
t; iminals w ere bkelv to escape
;- o.edition as a result ot the West
German Government's decision to
. i here to the statute of limita-
i, >ns for prosecution ol such
Hamburg Senator dis-
I uted thai contention
Edwin I ele, director ol the
it Ccii".mi renter lor the In-
i cstigation ol Nazi Crimes at Lud-
vvigsburg. -inphasized, in a state
i i hi at Stuttgart, that the mas.
i i \../i .ir crimes indictments
' i h legal authorities have been
working on was .till to come he
West German courts. He add
, d that bv March, the tenter
hoped to have transmitted to pub
lie prosecutors about tOO addition
i .i.e. so that pi isecution could
begin before the coming into ef-
' el ol the statute ot limitations
next Ma)
[MHA Moves to New Quarters ... Pg. 8-10-A
Sen. A. Kramer asserted in
Hamburg, however, that federal
officials were obviously expect-
ing "a large and unknown figure
of undiscovered Nazi criminals."
Ke said this was evident from
the federal government's appeal
to governments and organiza-
tions in oiher countries for doc-
umentary evidence so that prose-
cutions could be started in West
Germany before the deadline).
Sen Ki amer -aid that E ist Eu
n pean ('one iunist regimes v hich
\ of the matei i il re
Continued on Page 15-A
SEN. HUBERT HUMPHREY
pr'nr'pol speaker


Page 2-A
** UnitffkrxJnr
Brooks, Ruben Take Over Leadership
Of Mercantile Division in CJA Campaign
Joseph E. Brooks, vice president Thi- division co-chairmen also
oeral merchandise tnanagei *rve on the i>3 CJA Campaign
ol Burdine's, and William S Ru Cabinet, the t' p leadership body
executive vice president *nd charged with the planning and im-
plementation ot the Combined
; Jewish Appeal drive on behalf of
' 41 agencies in the (ireutci Miami
aiea. nationally, in Israel and
throughout the world.
A.- co-chairmen t one of the
Important trade divisions in
the annuai CJA campaign. Brooks
and Ruben v* ill head a Mercantile
Division compo-ed of leading re-
tailer*, wholesaler-. manufactur-
er^ distributor*, and kev \vorKer~
ir man> related indu-triev such as
Jewelry, furniture and appliances,
men'.- sport,-no jr. hand,
nun's and women- wear, and ri
tail and department -tore-.
HP* anticipate an out-tandinu
response to the Mercantile Divi-
- n drive, ar.d arc -itt.n.. our
top last >e.ir- record-breaking
' \ ;: hith
helped the city-wide campaign ex-
Bed its goal ai I''
000 the pre
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Friday. January 8. ];J
Tifereth Jacob Sisterhood -sPnsor a h,ncheon 0n Mono,,
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January 8, 1965
-Jewish fhrktian
Paqe 3-A
Students Take Part in Service
Two grades ni the Hebrew School
of Temple Reth Am participated
in the l-"ii week.
c'! i cere "St3rs
oi Da\ nl." taught bj Mrs. alie
Loss, and Ihe "Eluyim." t;i
Mrs C< I u ij in- I hej include
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ii-.' lolli rii i hildren: Laura \>
bel, E Iward Vnap I. Cathy Birsh
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berg, Harriet Fisher, Daniel Good-
Ellen Grose > ger, Stuarl
Leslie Harris, Jeffrej Jer-
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Kalian, Lois Korotkin.
Joan Lipman, Nuida Pav lige
Jonathan Rosen, Kenneth S ru
Kenneth Schild, Jeffrej
llene Scbr< i /en Sorkin Ph
iim Weinsteii Shira Bj
Lew is Brown. Llo> il Bra
Bison, Jack i'< ucr, W illiam i i
Janis Goldstein S
Andrew Gunthi r Li.M liopkin
Pennj Kfare, Garj Le.-!
Lyons, Alison Vfiller
Vickie Orbai h, J< ai Li r< nc
Michael Schenkman, Barr; --;
berger, Dale S< Ii" artz, Paul Stci
hardt, Clifford Tall, Orin W< i h
i Alan Wysocki, Laura Liebe
man anil Charles Woldenberg
lew mezuzah was fastened to the front
3is of the new YMHA buildinq when the
Llden Age Friendship Club of the former
nni Branch officially moved its activities
[this location. Shown installing the mezu-
zah is Abraham Berrin. club president (on Ihe
lef*\ assisted by the incoming president. Boris
Cutlei. while other club members look on.
(See related stories. Pg. 8-10-A.)
alestine Liberation' Vowed at UN
Continued from Page 1-A
President Abdel Salam
The "Palestine Liberation
,.,," authorixed after last
Btember's Arab summit meet-
at Alexandriawhere a reso-
|ion was adopted unanimously
the initiation of a drive to
berate" the portion of Palet-
te held by Israelhas already
? ablished training camps for
fab refugees in the Sinai Pen-
tula, the Gaia Strip and Syria,
. dispatch reported. The mili-
ry instructors are chiefly Egyp-
ins. Iraqis and Syrians. In ad-
tion, Algeria has reportedly
jfered arms supplies as well as
Lstructors, and is willing also
to help train some of the refu-
gees on Algerian soil.
Under the plans of the Aral)
Liberation Organization," headed
ii.. Ahmad shukairv. former Saudi
Arabian representative to the Uni
led Nation-. ..ll able bodied refu
..- in the Arab states with the
; visible exci ption oi those in Leh
n will be liable to conscrip
lion in the "Palestine Liberation
Arm) PUnn are uniler way to
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''that the Palestine issue "ill ever
b< solved through the United Na
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will be realized only on Palestine
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19651
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Volume 38
Number 2
5 Shevat 5725
Friday. January 8, 1965
Ultimate Realization
Of Zionism in Zion
Dr. Nahum Goldinann, in an open-
ing address before the 26th World
Zionist Congress meeting in Jerusa-
lem, this week suggested that the link
be'ween Israeli and diaspora Jewry
must work both ways.
Affirming "the tremendous pres-
tige which only Israel possesses to-
day in Jewish 1'fe Dr. Goidmann
clso cautioned that Israel will for
mc s need the full assistance
of world Jr.
In this tt i, he took the opDor-
tu.-nty to mo' o two-wav s'reet of the
tie bindir- oth communities.
Com- the > ) c t than his predecessor,
Prim Minister Eshkol on Tuesday
told t.ie Congress that to help mee*
the threat of Egypt President Gamal
Abdel Nasser. Israel needs some
40,000 Jewish immigrants annually
from what he termed "lands of afflu-
ence."
Former Prime Minister Ben-Gurion
has a colorful reputation for his im-
migration demands upon Jews living
in the Wes'ern world. Mr. Eshkol has
been considerably more moderate, freguently
himself characterizing the two-way street that
ties Israeli and diaspora Jewry.
But with the chips down, even Mr. Eshkol
has found it necessary to be less light in his
cheerful assessment of 'he relationship be-
tween the two Jewries. Neither as argumenta-
tive nor as prickly as Mr. Ben-Gurion, he never-
theless answered Dr. Goldmann in the diplo-
matic manner for which he is noted. B-G has
been relentless in berating what he calls West-
ern Jews for their failure to meet he fulfillment
of Zionism in the reestablishment of Israel.
Mr. Eshkol politely but urgently asks for
40,000 immigrants annually from what he calls
"lands of affluence." Prickly or polite, V.
em or affluent, it all boils down to the same
thing: 'he ultimate realization of Zionism in
Zio.n.
The Ys New Facilities
The YM and WHA of Greater Miami has
let no grass grow under its feet. Last Dec. 18,
the "Y" contracted for the purchase of West-
brooke Ccuntry Club. By the end of 'his first
week of the New Year, its administrative offices
have already been moved over; while a va-
riety of activities sponsored by "Y" affiliate
organizations have taken place in the new
guarters.
At the same time, a Special Conversion
Commit'ee is studying means of adapting
Westbrooke's beautiful grounds and facilities
to the "Y's" particular needs. (See Pages 8-
10-A. i
Such dispatch augurs well for the "new"
Greater Miami "Y." Now that this aqencv is
moving along, there is good reason to hope
that it will recap'ure the kind of favorable com-
munity image necessary to its proper function-
ing. At the same time, we can anticipate that
the bold move will spell better service in all
the fields of 'he "Y's" endeavor, from Nursery
School through Golden Age.
The "Y" finally has a home of which it
may be well proud. That so many activities
are already taking place there is a reflection of
the pride felt by the members of the Jewish
community who use its facilities.
Dr. Sabin Here Saturday
The Hebrew University's function Sa'ur-
day night honoring Dr. Meyer Marks and the
Physicans Committee will bring a world-re-
nowned scientist to Greater Miami as guest
speaker.
Dr. Albert Sabin's identification with the
Physicians Committee and Hebrew University
as a national vice president is a measure of
his regard for the university, whose medical
school, among many other outstanding facil-
ities, reflects the generally high level of
achievement of the State of Israel.
These attending 'he function Saturday eve-
ning will have the opportunity of listening to
an accomplished scientist. They will also'get
some valuable insights into the workings of
one of the world's great universities.
CJA Campaign on the Way
The Greater Miami Combined Jewish Ap-
peal has recommended a goal of SI,435,080 for
1S65. This figure is some'S50.000 higher than
las' year's qoal, which was successfully
achieved.
CJA is currently moving into high gear in
a variety of divisions as almost daily an-
nouncements are made of the appointment of
prominent community leaders to key chairman-
ships.
Combined Jewish Appeal lends support to
these local agencies: Mt. Sinai Hospital. Jew-
ish Family and Children's Service, Jewish
Home for the Aged, Greater Miami YM and
WHA, Jewish Vocational Service, Bureau of
Jewish Education, and Service to New Amer-
icans of the National Council of Jewish Women.
In addition. CJA helps c variety of vital
national and overseas organization and the
State of Israel by direct assistance through the
United Jewish Appeal.
All of these causes are meaningful *o our
Jewish community here, and CJA merits each
individual's support. The 1965 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal is well on its way. Let us hasten
it along to a resoundingly successful campaign.
They are No Mere Words
Denmark's Prime Minister Jens Krag was
in Israel this week for an official state visit.
At a dinner in Jerusalem, he stressed Den-
mark's "deep and genuine affection for Israel."
These are no mere word. Denmark and
the Danes demonstrated their regard for the
spirit of Judaism before there was an Israel.
Who will ever forget this heroic nation's pro-
tection of its Jewish citizens during the Nazi
occupation?
Prime Minister Krag's observation was, we
are certain, felt as deeply and as genuinely
by his Israeli hos's who, with Jews throughout
the world, will eternally remember the great
Danes.
I
daring the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
srael Ambassador
United Nations yjf
Comay told well nvei
and persons atti
annual scholat
th<' Hebrew a..
day at the D<
that -the firm :
started in 1948
come long
The measure of
Comay"s p, rsona
easily apparent in this observation, no less than in
fly here from difficult sessions at the L'N in order :
such an event.
But the Ambassador, who has an eminently outgoing pei
happily diil nol see it in these terms. For it is his | ,. ...
battle ol the future in Israel and the American Jewish comn \\
be won or lost in the classroom." This is in clear Hn<
try's reccnl emphasis upon educational needs now r

j
the seem to be waning except for l
of tin' release from bondage of Sox iel Jewrj
Perfectlj frank In his assessment, Mr Com,,.
"more than evei before we are conscious of our
lead in general status ol our education
I the Oriental influx, which is one of [srael
for it berth far mon fertile than that from the \\i--.
it is inherent > far mon backward
Skirting, however, the political and sociologii
this ph< nomi i oi Vmh issad ir Comay i ed
how to keep our boys and girls Jewish that is yi
iiiiulameiu.il American i ern. in his view, Is
identit)
INTtftClPlNDtNCE BITWtEN JEWISH COMMUNITIES
t*E Aft E, HE declared less
" t In this regard tph
interdependence between the Jewish communities
i suggesting that you need us as much as w< eed j
ation with winch some political leaden in his count
still argue,
Referring to Israel's chief resource as the
being, Mr. Comay said that the |M>ople we've brought i:
ested aim our capacities half-developed. W< must,
still bun; our mortgages," a remark recalling tin Hi
emy's $400,000 drive toward the achievement of th,-
Drawing parallels between the school and his own i
of which emerged in 1948, the IN Ambassador declared
you during the next seventeen >ear> But you need '>-.
it is here that he returned to his original distinction betuei
communities that Israel doesn't have to worry about k
population Jewish. "The tone of assimilation is strong in A
be said, recalling the immigrant waves to the IS half .
ago, when .lews suddenly became anxious to rid themselvi
be characterized as their "Yiddishkeit."
But a new anxiet) seems to be taking its placi today, M
surmised The old question n.is Why should we remain .1
o ir own time, it seems to be How?
The CN envo) explained the sociological shut in tern
Hitlerian massacre and the modern emergence ol ttit State
both of which have caused .lews to appear kit n
and m the eve- of our neighbors "
TMt POSiflVIS Of CUITUKAL PLUKAl'SM
A FUNDAMENTAL CONFUSION in Mr Coma) argumei
^ his repeated assertion that Israel doesn't hi
the Judaism ol its people. "We, he declared, "live in
that is ninetj percent Jewish You live in a country thai
' J< Msh." For bj his own reckoning, the Oriental
blem .i- ken: to the welfare and survival ol Israel as I
is to Jews in America
Hei p. his sk rtln of the more profound politic! and -
plications ol Oriental Jewrj in large number- tendi i obs<
basi<..... ti -'u ol Israeli ami i S Ji rj and t!
paradoxically, find an ultimately common meetii ind v
Urael mi I; be rooted in Western
i" a< hii ve bul neci ssary t< i rb
fruitful and certainly verj Jewish Oriental the
ry depends upon a proper and well-mcasun in
the otl tion.
For assimilation interman age and all such -
>''iH. countr) Bn outgrowths ol an over-read:
ness to be Western when wi are .dread;. Westernized to thi
satii tj and a relui tai I exen ise the i lemenl Ji
dition. But ii Ambassadoi Comay skirted this essential pa
the name ol avoiding its political implications in his own count
happily refused to pa) lip service to what is popularly ca
vanishing American Jew today.
Voicing the -omul hope tint Judaism In America can .
survive, he pointed t. the cultural pluralism here that is "la
tribution of American civilization, You don't really ha<
form." he noted, '..lure then is a bask tolerance of diffet
forces
NMD fROM TWO POINTS OF V/EW
IJETURNING AGAIN TO his theme ol interdependence. V
declared: "Israel Is here to stay, whether our neighbors well
it or not. And the vast Jewish community of the United 51
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her.' to staj despite the 'vanishing Jew*," which he seemed
ail ready to recognize as a valid phenomenon, in this Intel
dence, the Ambassador suggested, lies the Jewish rcdem;
our time."
Pointing to the striking success Of his country since'its estah,
men! seventeen years ago. the United Nations envO) -aid ::..,t
have international prestige, and we have the best army of any sm
nation in the world, which assures that no Arab army or coil
ol armies will put us out of business
But he more than implied that armies are far from the lolut
to salvation and survival. Armies may assure security; It is. I
ever, education in the end that guarantees the achievement ol
valid Jewish future Each of us. he admitted in the end, in
strengthen our interdependence for the development of our i
identity."
Again suggesting that the preservation of Judaism in brae
a far -mailer problem than in the diaspora, Ambassador
turned to the purpose of the evening and the audience before Wl
he appeared Sunda)
"Schools like the Hebrew Academy make this possible
he declared, adding that "as a consequence, our tomorrow
bleak." For interdependence is a two-wa) street: Education in Isr;
ma) be high on thi agenda as a national need. But in the U.S
far as the transmission ol J idaism is concerned, the need set
in particular!) complex and demand

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planning the Saturday night dinner in honor of
Dr. Meyer B. Marks are Dr. Howard Engle, Dr. Marvin L.
Me tus. Mrs. Max Weitz and Jacob Riik.n Dr. Alber* B. Sabin
vill be gue~t speaker.
Testimonial to Dr. Marks Will Feature
Appearance Here by Dr. Albert Sabin
,. poll
. lor the Ami I
the Hi ...
D ks, Miami
edial I hi< h Dr
rt noti rch sci-
ultanl "> Ihe He
I i L'nivei tj Medical S< hool,
eaker it wa
bj Leo !! ibinson South
I :' ida rli>ision chaii
Di >;ii>m. a vice pi e lent of
American Friends ol the He
i niversity, will highlight Ihe
ii i- .it the Ooral Beach Hotel
i- Saturday evening, chairman
the National Physicians Com-
Kollek Quiti
His High Post
JERI VLE.V tJTA Theodore
ek formal!} resigned .' di i
general ol the Prime Mini.*.
Offici '.').- week aftei -i i \
in ili' post 152 Eai lier
i i In- reque>te I .. six month
i of i i nee
In .i letter accepdnj Mr Kol
resignation, Premier Levi
1 .ol stressed his great achieve
incut- and expressed the hope that
m ihe future the Government
I 'I find ,i wa) in prevent Ihe
loaf ill your ability in the office
.win built
Mr. Kollek is now devoting him-
Bell tn Hie Completion of the Israel
National Museum here which is
:i to open next May. EshkoJ an-
nounced the appoint merit of Zee\
Sherf, former secretary of the
1 abinet and internal Revenue Com-
i issioner, a- general adviser.
mitteo for the Hebrew (.'Diversity
I i- Sabin .'ill join in honoring Dr.
Mark- who. for many years, ha-
i\ei I i ership by serv-
chaii man ol the Ph> sicians
e : the South Florida
]>i\ ision
The orovrim will be-
gin with a cocktail reception at 7
p.m., followed bj dinner at 8 p.m.
A noted orchestra will play for
dm< ing dunnc the reception and
at the dinner.
Dr. Philip Gotlieb, who recent-
ly endowed a Chair in Physical
Chemistry at the Hebrew Uni-
versity, will serve as honorary
chairman. Co-chairmen of the
Physicians Committee for the
dinner are Dr. Louis C. Lytton,
Dr. Marvin L. Meitus, Dr. Mau-
rice Rich and Dr. Alexander S.
Rogers. Dr. Meyer Eggnatz and
Dr. Morton Rosenbluth are co-
chairmen of the Dentists Dinner
Committee.
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Paqe 7-A
Zionists Urged to Join Israel in Survival Drive
Continued from Page 1-A
Convention Hall that Israel.
-pile greal achievements, will
|r many years need the lull as-
Itance of world Jewry. 'All of
he stressed, will have to be
|ady m face dangers, challenges
hd most critical situations."
The principal task before the
.World Zionist Congress, he em-
phasized, is the utilization of Is-
rael as the major instrument
for consolidating Jewish exist-
Itence and the main guarantor
|or the survival of Jewish com-
Imunifies throughout the world
lin its spiritual and cultural mean-
ing. He said this was a most
lurgent task because there had
Iseldom been a period of Jewish
(history when "the external fa-
I cade of our life looked so dif-
ferent from our reality."
While we enjoy equal rights and
tj-Semitism no longer threatens
lur existence," he continued, "the
i r- are great." He declared
i le the situation <>f Soviet
ents the "number one"
problem, there were other coun-
ties where communication be-
tween Jewish communities anil
ither parts of the Jewish people
v a-, regarded as unpatriotic and
where maintenance of specific
Jewish institutions except relig-
Ous ones was considered uiulc-
iirable.
Dr. Goldmann emphasized the
need to deepen among Jews the
consciousne>s of the Jewish herit-
age and all forms of Jewish life
and to appreciate the ureat role
that religion could play, lie de-
clared that leaders of Jewish re-
ligious life should he ready to en-
ter a "dialogue of historic import
ance" to adjust the role which the
Jewish religion could play in
slrenutheninu Jewish identity, to
the condition* o| modern life.
He also stressed that it was
imperative that those Jews
choosing not to settle in Israel
be imbued with a feeling that
they were "junior partners in
this, our people's great common
venture."
Students Attend Varied Confabs
e Belli Torah Re
. -. k>I and youth program
ed to -in h places throughoul
| countrj Chicai o, Washing
in. Jacksonville, and Gainesville
re conventions ";
k ,i Syi gogue Youth
I \ .MM
I :, : held Gabe Shantzis,
0| III -'
if; i ommittee annount ed
lioing '" Washington to the third
i iitni.it conference ol the college
inization ol United Syna
Atid, were Marshall Bal-
luch, founding vice president of
I he organization and now Heth
Forah Senior USY advisor; Ted
ISchoenberg, Junior I'SY advisor;
Lnd Justin Weininger. Add niein-
ber and lormer lieih Torah Senior
SY president. Beth Torah has
In only synagogue chapter of Atid
n I he >outh.
Attending the national USY
convention in Chicago were
Ihrtc delegates, including Ste-
ven Weininger, president of the
USY Senior Chapter and Soutn-
east regional officer; Richard
K'qan, Junior Chapter vice pres-
ident and Ellen Schorr. At
Jacksonville, members of thff
Southeast USY chapters met for
a send-off of ihe national dele-
gates. Participating from Beth
Torah were Janet Baum, Susan
Cavell, Steve Talisman. Paula
Zuckerman, Sandy Kutler, Cary
Raymond, and Ted Schoenberg.
During the same week, the Young
Judaea movement held it- wintei
conclave at Gainesville, with Di
ane Keshlansky, regional officer
and youth advisor at Beth Torah.)
Janice Winer, and Susan Reese at-
tending from Beth Torah
lie also listed a number of pro-
posals lor intensilied work in Jew.
i>h communities outside o| Israel
aimed at strengthening the belief
among Jews ol being part and
panel of one people and ending all
tendencies of Jewish isolation.
One was to fight demagogic slo-
gans i.i "double loyalty." Another
was to establish a wide Jewish ed-
icational network. Mill another
\as that Ihe Zionist movement be-
come more active as a movement
ill Jewish communal life to make
Jews more Israel-minded.
The majority of Jews, he stated.
are still tar from accepting the
centrality of Israel in Jewish life
and acceptance of this centrality.
with all its consequences, is the
real test as between Zionist and
non-Zionist." He added that "as
long as the Jewish people as a
whole has not accepted this con-
cept, there is a vital need lor a
strong powerful Zionist move-
ment."
President Zalman Shazar, ad-
dressing the opening session ol
lie Zionist Congress, noted the
participation of leaders of non-
Zionist organizations and commu-
nities and voiced Ihe hope that
plans lor expansion ol the Con
.res- base would he fulfilled. He
-aid the .lews out-ide of I-i\.
mi1 the Jew > iii Israel can not be
regarded as separate entities un-
it lated to oi e another He said
natural alliance" of the two
Jewries musl be strengthened.
He expressed the hope that
immigration t o Israel "will
surge more strongly" even from
lands wh-;re exit is now barred,
adding that "we have demanded
and will continue to demand im-
migration from the young but
the response remains very
weak." He said that aliyah and
basic Jewish education ware
the main functions of Zionism in
other countries.
Moshe Sharelt. chairman of the
Jewish Agency executive, sent a
message lo the opening session ol
the Congress which was read I"
the audience by Jacob Tzur in his
capacity as chairman ol the Zion-
ist Actions Committee. In his mes-
Uge, Sharett told the delegates
,hat a wave ol anxiety over the
perils ahead and an awakening to
meet them was passing over the
Jewish world today. He said then
was a deepening recognition thai
wiyhout the enriching contact with
Israels reality and ideals, it ..-
mi|Kissible to fortifj Ihe you..
generations "i lews in other coun-
tries lo meet the threats ol Jewish
MBfntegration and assimilation
Mr. sharett also told ihe eon
clave that the Israel Governn
was devoting increased attention
to ihe problem of strengthenini
the spirit of Zionism in .lev i-n
communities outside ol Israel ind
he declared express!} that concern
for the future of Jewry was .1 i"inl
responsibility of the Government
and the Zionist movement.
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Friday. January 8 jg
I .. .- .-: YMHA ..:-- features
':.<: long /. ef: : a ::^'jrn!.r.ed. two-story
structure with attractive modern decor, framed in
the palm tree- give .: a special South Florida
flavor. Th fully cir-cond.tioned and heate-
l.-.g looks out on close to twenty acres of q:
New Greater Miami YM and WHA is a Site of Beautyi
T: < new YM and WHA of Greater Miami
planning a dedication ceremony of its new facilit
the l orr iHi' months
The 'V two weeks ago purchased Westbrooke
, 8500 SVV 8th St and will function as
Soul ish ''immunity Center, in
lition to serving ai operational headquarter! for
the Greater Mia i V which al-o operates bran-
> in North Dade and Miami Beach
Executiw Committee ol I e Greater Miami
I) Federal tified th< I 11
Y ecu to I ij the
Ilei i '
that the purchase price was in excess of S700.000 for
the 19.5 acre site whose main facility i- a two-story
building located on both sides of an entrance lobby
The history of YMHA facilities in the Greater
Miami area goes back to the first "Y" started on
SW 16th \. In Miami in the 1930s Additional
facilities were built on this property in 1947 for the
us* of Um Miami YMHA
in 1942. the first Beach V facilit) was set
at I Lincoln Kd This facility was moved, in
1947 to a building constructed at the present loca
1536 Baj R :
i Nortl D ea was opened in
1957. when the present facilities at 14036 V
Ave. were leased and renovated.
The Southwesct Branch was opened in 1
similarly-leased and reno\ated facilities at
Coral Way
During the 1960-61 year, new la: 1 sit< -
acquired for future building purposes \\ -
December. 1964. the Westbrooke Country Clu
purchased and will be renovated for use .
ni west YMHA i. eilit)
During the 1960-61 year, new Ian siti
newest YMHA facilit) aci u Efraim
itivi toi the Greater Miami Y!
WHA
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HCHSCHli ROSINTHAL
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IfHAIM CAlf
'1' eticutiii director
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theii acqui sition i I
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teai ; t ha enabled one

(ie- io take a ianl step foi
;n pri vital famil)
it :
our communit)
The new YM and YWHA will
he more than a headquarters. It
will be a center through which we
can erect .. solid foundation to
strengthen the growth and de-
velopment o| our young men and
"omen, and at the same time
strengthen the ties ol family life.
The development of new friend-
ships, participation in man) ex-
pa led center acti\ ities,
"The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation i- dedicated to the
service of our community, to the
enrichment ol family Me and to
the pi rpetual ion ol our Je.'. ish
i m proud I I e have
able to join with the YM
i historic
thai o munit)
centei pro i in embodj
ation of i r Fedi
its man)
affirmii our faith in oui
munity and .
Dei lared Dr Irvln Lehrman,
1965 Combine I Jew ish Appeal
i ampaign chairman "1 am proud
that one of the leading beneli-
ciary agencies ol our annual
( lined Jew ish Appeal i am
paign has made an outstanding
leap forward in service to the
man) young families, teen agers
and senior citizens of our com
munit)
'The new YM and YWHA will
be an ideal contribution toward
the reaffirmation and perpetua-
tion of the traditions and ideals
that will help all age groups to
share in the blessings Of our Jew
ish heritage Here at the new
Y.' the nursery school child, the
teenager and the senior citizen
will benefit from the cultural,
social and athletic programs
which the YM and YWHA will
bring to Greater Miami through
its beautiful new facility."

\ti fi
A modern air-conditioned banquet hall, which over 1.000. will also b used for lee'
also serves as an auditorium ai I ball] rert rid fund ns. It will be
is located on the second story of the new imunity mirations.
YMHA. The hall, with a seating capacity of
ures
e at the
C<
flood
irnnments are cmonq '
Modern Facilities at Command
The \w enty ai re (round ol
new YMHA at 8500 SW 8th si
.Miami, include a wide range o
indoor and outdoor facilities es-
pecially suited for service to the
communit) in the south Florida
\- presently constituted,
the facilities feature one of the
largest swimming pools in the
state of Florida, a large banquet
hall and a diverse group of out
door athletic fields.
The main building is a modern
two story structure, fully air-con-
ditioned and heated, located on
two sides of an entrance lobby
On the first floor there is an ar-
cade with a number of plate-glass
windowed rooms, a large meeting
n and veral offici
i n's and women's locker
looms :i snack bar outdoor patio
and dance lloor
The second lloor has a 01 I
thousand seating capac I) ban-
quet hall and entrance lobby, sup
per club, and kitchen, in addition
10 Offices and health club facil
ities.
The pool encompasses (7,000
s(| It oi swimming space and
can lie used for official sunn
meets. Around the pool there
are a scries of cabana buildings,
many of which will be retained;
while others will be converted for
meeting room space.
In the rear
-i\ concrete d ranis i s v ;i
floodlights for night us Ni
b) are two four-wall
com is and four one-wa
courts, also lit i ;. ;,t ni_'-' There
is an outdoor basket! court
and ,i softball court paved
parking area ir the front of tlw
building covers 170,000 sq It-
There is a central public address
system to reach all points of the
premises
These facilities form rly own-
ed by the Westbrooke Country
Club, are to undergo some reno-
vation and remodeling for better
service to the cOUiUHMKj for the
purposes of a YMliA.


r, January 8, 1965
+Jeistin*rictton
Paqo 9-A '
MARKING THE FRUITION Of A LONG-CHERISHED DREAM
' Leaders Express Confidence in New Service to Area
|he new facilities of the YM
VWI1A oi Greater Miami
re hailed Hi week 6y lcidins
rials ol the "Y" in a series
aterncnts:
H^rschel Rosenthal, prcsi-
i -The new YMIIA facilitiea
ovide a program needed
. ing community. The
. astic response thai has
, -jved thus far portends
ure The Y' II
ts ,, focal point <>f Jewish
-.nil!;, l-ie and bring t"
r the members of the Jew-
communil y, as ell as jen e
tying and stabilizing in-
A. Budd Cutlr, honorary
-idcnl and immediate past
ndent: "This new facility
- the fruition of community
iCencj dreams to meet com
ity needs The Jo nt Study,
(lihicled by the Greater Miami
tish Federation and the 'Y,'
Ihe impetus for this new
kility. It is especially impor-
m to note that the new facility
now be made available to the
knmunity at least a year or two
ad Of .schedule "
Isidore B. Simkowiti, past
idcnt: "This new \" building
somi thing that l and all of the
hi ho have worked in lead-
p| | capacities have looked tor
krd I for many years. It is
ratifj in to us that it has
i v c ime realit > i 'he '\
ii in' able to mi a mm h
'
job in pi
- ; i In Hie
| Milt in Sirkin, |
.1.
ern Section, Naitonal Jewish Wei-
I a re Hoard: "This is the most
wonderful development in my
twenty-six years of contact with
the 'Y' in this community. We
now have an unusual facility foi
open-air programs that can com
pare vei> well with main other
cit is throughout the countrj.
This is a fine image that the v
vs.II i.ow j resent to t ic ( i.ninun
II > "
L?oi Kaplan pa-t pres dent
temporary chairman, Deve i|
menl Fund Ste ring Committee.
and vice president of the V tic
al Jewish Wcltare Hoard: "This
new faciliy, located in Southwest
Dade County, is one of the most
important results ol long and
careful community planning by
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, and a member agency,
the Y.' Thousands of people of
all ages, as well as community
organizations, will he served by
this facility and program. The
purchase and renovation of this
facility was a result ol years of
planning by the YMHA, which
culminated in a joint study with
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed
i ration, a .study which took more
than a year. This team effort
Of the Y' and Federation will
result in greater service lo our
communit]
Sam Seitiin, chairman of the
'Y om ei Sinn Committee "We
king im w aid to a won
i 11 nl i xpci i< nee w ith these m w
'V Our I ii-1 \ er
l omniittce ra|
.i s ; i
bj a Y'flM
One of the largest swimming pools in the state ming meets. Plans call for a full swimming
of Florida is expected to be a major a'traction program for all members of the family, includ
at the new YMKA located at 8500 SW 8th St.. ing instructional classes, water games and
Miami. The pool is suitable for official swim- general recreational activities.


Affiliates Already Meeting
In Agency's New Home
jor asks ii
into the new YMIIA I i
' .....>\ 8 St have
. ned ver by the "Y
: !> i. (tors to a ne\ l on
>n < ommittee under tl i
nship "f Sam Seitlin
tee is now acti' i il
': nil many phases ol the
r in< luding building i eno
program plan-, mi mbci
lip pin rains, and others
i e first siep in (he plans of
fi' committee was the transfer
listing program operations,
[Inch began on Sunday. Dee 27,
r"th a meeting of the Miami
ranch Senior Citizens Club al
v location. On Tuesday
ec 2\> the Senior Citizens met
while that same evening
clubs in .in their
i there
the trai
n i .i eii tl inovi ment
il ces and equipment
\ 16th Vve
j I |,
'I UUl I'M i |
and the al
I I I
' I, for the linn bei......il
y
\ Special Membership Commit-
was appointed under the
ansh p ol Richard Brick-
Ian to recommend membership
'
. ity. Mo !
man <
:".;.- i al '' in\ i rsion, v hi
nki i lii man ol
., -. al Clean-Up ( ommil i
The task of determining room
! arrangement for bona
fidi communit) organizations was
turned over to a committee und r
the chairmanship ol Jack Katz-
iiian Another group has been
\\ en the responsibility for plan
ning a series of Open House pro
grams to introduce the commun-
ity to the new facility Om of
ilie.se open houses is m being
! lanned under the leadership ol
Marshall Han-is. A special group
w 'I ii ined in >< "il on Ihc
ol the Y H and YWHA pn
rty and the 92nd \v< la
I the "V "
...,!,. | i | i onver
i i ittee, h cli w as ap-
. bi fore the fii il pur-
se .: id II lOW-
cha an R ich
laii. \ Budd
Irving Denmark, Pi -: l
Morton Feliman, Dai id B i lee
'.ii \ in Gillman. Mai shi II
S. Han is, Sam J. \\< iman, Leon
Kaplan. Eugene Katz, Jacob
K.i /man. Morris Lei itt, Leonai I
Luna. Norton Pallot, Donald
Heii'f. Herschel Rosenthal, Jack
Schenkman, George A. Simon.

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Way out front
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^JewisttUridiar
Friday, Jcnucru,
Series of Open Houses Are
Being Mapped for Community
Handball enthusiasts will find variety on the courts located
at the new YMHA. These are two four-wall courts (shown
above) and four one-wall courts.
A series t open houses tor
various age groups and tor com-
nuiniiv I aders an I organ satKms
i> now being mapped by leaders
oi the YMHA i introduce the
new facilities at 8.mm> SW 8th St..
id tin' communitj at-large Plans
an- underwaj for special events
thai will take place during tho
First few months <>f the year, in-
i-hiding an opes house for young
couples, another for leen agei -
.Hid others for organization lead
cis and lor senior citizens
\ modern Nursery School u ill
!,.- contacted in facilities that
are in process of preparation. A
record breaking enrollment Is an-
tlclpated for the summer day
camp operation, which will be
conducted during the summer
school vacation Then- wiD bo
a full-scale swimming program
and a regular schedule for use
t the manj athletic facilities
Teen canteen activities are
among the anticipated programs.
I or adults many new group ac-
tivities will be ottered The meet-
ing halls ill be made available
for use b> eommunit) organisa-
tions
Eban Urges Independence for African Peoples
Palmer
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SUNDAY, jan .,M erotnerh
Mt. Sinoi (--, Feb. sfi a
EFTIM ROSANC't 1 lr Rietf
INITKD nations- iJTA)Is-
rael told the United Nations Gen-
eral Assemblj here recently that
now that almosl all ol Africa's peo-
ples were independent of colonial-
ism, "the remaining" African na-
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones are
a source of very rea
comfort to all.
real
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lions "should not be
right to sovereignty."
The statemenl was made by Is-
rael's Deputy Prime Minister Abba
denied their 1)1) seven y-ar- ago "hen Ghana
. admitted to membership, and
he had \< el< 'mod thai new mem
br on behall of the Israel Gov-
h.,
Eban, who came to take the place t.rnmenl
temp, rarily of the ailing Israel
.: ter Mrs G o id a
II Mr Khar. first ad
lo an Issembl; since 1958,
Ihe p '-' h h I held
,,;. |si ae tnanenl
. 'presental
Th? Genera! Assembly session
v ..s dtvet-d chiefly to state
ments congratulating the bod-,'s
tew president, Alex Quai'.on-
Sackey cl Chana, and to wel-
comii g ftnee new members ad-
mitted officially to the United
N tions, Malawi and Zambia,
both in AMca, and Malta.
He congratulated hoth
Mr Quaison-Sackej and his Gov-
i nt upon the election I
tesidenc) >l the Assembly's 19th
-<- ion.
admission
ked .1
Mi
' ite' w'comiiq Zambia aid
n ; the United Nations,
Mr. Eban congratulated Malta.
g nte I out that Malta was
'nked *o l.rael by Mediterran
eon kinship." Although Malta
v,as a snail nation, he SS)J
| ',, : abinet member no-
li (I thai he w as here it Ibj teem-
M .
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A G '. N -
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iv.inn and Mr- Gertrude Reisen
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"Mediterranean history has pro-
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to transcend their smallntss."
Mr Eban also plunged into ar
ementi lor personal confer-
. nces with n any ol the 58 Foreign
Ministi rs and other leading world
hi re for the Asi.embl)
In mosl <>f Ihese lalks he will be
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inuary 8. 1965
^Jew/sti itcric/ia/r
Paqe 11-A
o Chair Brotherhood Fete
nl "i John i!. Ring,
tied public accountant
an of the Board of Trus
United Kunrl oi Dade
WiainiKUi uL the 19th
herho id Dinner oi the
g| ,i oi the National
oi Christians and Jews
JTTwas ato"r 'in- -eek
I Clyde A:' I'l'H'n Thnrp
' ind Itlibai-fl K Wolfsoii. eo chair
~"-K*n m ""' Florida Region's
^: Board et > "'
l Dinner will !>< held
he font linebleau Hotel
-lorida K
:onnere<<
ing firm of Ring, Mahony and
Arner.
A past president of the United
Fund. Ring u a former general
chairman oi the Community Chest
campaign here mc is b member
oi the Citizens Board oi the I'ni-
versit) of Miami and past presi
dent of the Economic Develop
ment Coined of the Miami-Dadc
County Chamber of Commerce.
in accepting the cnairmanshin
IIinn praised the National Confer
.e el Christians and Je -" tor
it- pit n< erina r le in establishi ii
the healthy relationship between
all.reiisinii^ and races in Daae
i untj
The NCCJ's program since 1938
uved th wa; for strong le ider-
hip < f former r, iv. LeRoj Collins
i>. establishing Dade- very sensi
rights program. This approach has
>c:'n made successful largelj by
na ntaining adequate communica
tion between the ran- for which
lie citizens ol Ihis community
should be thankful." Ring said.
He also lauded "v establishment
ol the Metropolitan Dade Count)
( mmunity Relations Board add
ding, special credit must go to
Bishop Coleman F Carroll for it-
creati n and sue essful Implemen
Rabbi lehrfield is Speaker
The vital role played bj won
in Jewish life was discus
Ral lu Dau i Lehrfield, spii I
leader of Knosi t'i Israel
tion. t the second annual n i
bership tea of the Miami Beac
Chapter ol Neshei Chabi
Lubavitcher Women's Leat
We lnesda\ in the home Mr-
David Lehrfield. I 100 Lei '
si Broti
. t-'eb. SS at
vice president of the
Institute of Certified
Public Accountants and is sen
partr.rr m th- Miami account-
Rio*
Anwrtcio
f
'J
p A-Weapons
of Mideast
i
Itotinued from Page 1-A
Jiemselvet by bringing nu-
component- into their pre-
hii- race would be "great and
p. fatal" but thai he doubted
United state- and Russia
I be invoh ed in any outbreak
[clear warfare He suggested
*heii and if inn dear arm-
bred in the Middle East, "a
Batic subsystem would auto
ally detach it sell from Ihe
I system."
said he based his doubts on
Power involvement on the
that the United States and
isia had been progressively
able to impose their will on
smaller states over nuclear
Ipons because the threat of
trmination as means of
control was "far too dispro-
lonately outrageous to be
jsible."
iwever, he added, the two
kt nuclear powers could agree
!>. themselves not to intervene
lea-! they could renounce
promises of unconditional
price enemies, allies or uncoin-
ed nation- obtained posses
of atomic weapons.
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security of a Stuffed toy to the security he
will know when he has a college education.
The transition is not easy. The transition
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But the days are coming when the Teddy
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physics books and the responsibility of "mak-
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Will he be able to "make a living" in this
competitive world? Probably... if he has a
college education. That takes money. So
start saving now and save regularly. Help
him go from the security of a stuffed toy...
to the security of a good education.
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tons
&
AOUDATH ISRAEL. 701 Cerlyle Avt
Orthodo. Rabti luic Ever.
:n Snturil i"
I /. of Am. rfi .1 S.il.-
. -:i M1/1.,, 1. 1 1
1: i 1- .: Kiii-
i, I..--- \i mil .V \ ill 1.11-
hffl bin hdi
AH1VAT SHALOM CONGREGA.
TION o5 SW 7th Awe. Orthodox.
Cantor Israel Kershner.
----
AMSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative
---- ---
BETH DAVIO 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. Cantor William W. Lip-
-on
1' i CIS p m I'ST Sabbath s. -
! low Pi Inn I Etrj !' Mlw
.-. h if. pr< nidi M "f Beth I mi Id
I rd I '.ilini vv. 1--. vi. |>i .-.- -
1 ..f the re-
nt L'SY convi ntlun In 'li 1 i(jfi v.-1
.;., Inn .-' : hi n Dri u k Klvti
.' 1 > pi 11 Shi hi Jaj
'11 Si rmon. "I1njcu< .ir. Pta-
-" I tar Mltsvah: Mumha, daush-
1.1 ( Mr and tin laadi re t'oulton
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
i C30 p.m lie* imptlnn of late
lice* 1; 1. vi -;.,., k. r I ten 1 :-- n
"M.. r M> i Ira ndfathi
Katji li n Sermon: "T<
. ni
EETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rjbbi Berel Wem.
---- ----
EETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice
Mamches.
BETH KOOESH. 1101 SW 12tr Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Beniamin Ben-Ari.
KrMay v IS p.m Sermon: "The Powi-r
rnuth." Oneii Shabbal hoatr I'hillp
., and 1*11 W'cin- .-.!
1 n ir Si-rmon: "Weekly Portion."
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13630 W. Okii* Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes.
I'. p in S. r.....11' M latol
rid I'hiloMiph) < -.-,-- ivatlvi .1 Ida-
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BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd .ve.
Ortnodox. Ralph Krieger. secre-
tary.

8TH TFiLAH 935 Euclid Ave Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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BETH TORAH 1C4U1 St and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative Rabbi Max Lip-
(ChltX. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baiim.
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.Al RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor J.ick Lerner.
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CANDLWGHJING TIME
5 Shevat 5:26 pan.

AMI 15'9 Washington Av-. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Dov Roencv;ig.
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-LAGLER GRANADA 50 NW 51st
PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfe'd- Cantor George Goldberg.
Frida) 8 IS p m. Kermoi 'l"nlt> In
a.i on >ne Hhubbal U) Mi and
Mrs I >a\ id < loldenbera in hun<
lii. till il da) of ili.ii il.."uhi. II' Hi
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-li .f Mr. ami Mi- dene Srul.
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PT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetres
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S-
Gross.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SiNAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Raobi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.

HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th
St., Homestead. Conservative. Can-
tor Pincus Aloof.
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SRAELITE CENTER. 3176 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Kiii.i> .'':l*> and vl'. p.m Kermon:
"The Prlni Iple "f s.-lf-A. eptani
< n.-ii Shahbat upoiu.....I b> Itikur
"holliii in hi>nni .f Mr :.11.1 Mi- Max
ParneHK Saturday R:45 a.m. Kermon:
"The Practical I'w of t-anh Mln-
. ha i to i ni Bar Mltsvah: Allen
Stantev, nun <.i" Mr. and Mi- N"
liBHln
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Krlilaj 5:13 and R:30 p n Mlsrai hi
Klonlxl Kabbath Kermon: "Kellvioiir
Zi..in-iii" Saturdaj 10 .. n KVrmnn:
The 1*11 of Sti il'.iii.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self.
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: SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. S45
Collins Avt. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
atlas.
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN Con-
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Capian.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
Ill .Hi.I v IS p n Si 111'-II
; \ li. i-t ll< Ions n he i
- -i .in, .-. in..ii
I.. Mj People ; Bar Mltsvah
Michael Cohen: Mil hael Al n--11.
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard.
TEMPLE BETH EL OP HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
TEMPLE BETH SHiRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morns SkoD. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chat*
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviaer.
l-'.i'l.iv ::. p.m. Sermon: "An Open
Ijetter t" l.I:.i on American Imtniicrn-
tlon Poiicb'H, ;.-n.,.-.i. Convention and
iSerman Scientlnta." Saturday 10 i
V1IAMI BEACH ET2 CHAIV. 15+4
Washington Avr. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
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MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Brd Rd. Modern Traditional.
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DHEV SHALOM 911 Nor...,indv Or
Orthodox. Raobi Phinras Weber-
man.
iOUTHWEST CENTER t^.B SW 8th
St. Conservative. RabUi Zrvi G'een-
walil


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A Weekly Column for Beginners
presented by
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and the
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MHor: DR. SHI.OMO KODESH
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16*00 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. .
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
PVIday R:S0 p.m. Rermon: "Tii.-:-.- i^ a
difference Between Ia-i My l'...;.|,
00 and Send M> People." Baturdaj >
cm l:.ii- Mltsvah: Michael, son
nl Mi and Mr- Jack Kaplan
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
1 i iiiu\ s:30 p.m. Otieai uplrtttial lead-
.1 i'i Herman i*ohen. Saturday 0
.i.in. s, iiii.-n: w. ki> Portion."
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot-
i-'iiii.iv 1,1 p.m, Sermon: "Should
Jewish I'ollcsje Stlldcnta Str,--- 'rii.i,
I'eopleh.....I oi Their Reltfrloua l'lf-
i -ii. Talk t.i In- baaed on re-
reni gatherins of Hill..I ruundatlon
dli- lor* :m VVaehlnmon.
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per.
Ki i,i.. y vis p.m Sermoi \ cai
i "all Mi l. u i-ii .in.I Ji i>. .... Mi
Satui da) 11 .i in Bii
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TEMPLE MEf.Ohpl. 620 7'ith St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID 80th St and
Ta!..m W.ite'way Modem Tradi-
tional Rabm Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.

EMPLE OR OLOM. r.omcv.'l vt
8755 SW '6tn St Miami R.ibbi
Sann.cl April Canto-- Nico Zeldman.
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TEMPLE SINA: OF NORTH MIAMI
12100 Nt I5tll Ave. Retcrni Ram,.
Daniel M. Lov.y. Cantor Chet Gale
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E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
1 p.m. Sutiirdii) .. Kid- i
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative Rabbi Hershel Brooks
Cantor Ben Dickson.
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''"' '" I' ii Think. Tnlk mill
i.-i h?" Saturdaj > i m Sermon:
s\.. l.l> Portion
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION B0
Israelites hurriedly partake of paschal lamb. Egyptian fin
born are slain by Gotl
"And ye shall eat it in hasteil is the Lord g |,..,0\..
(Exod. 12:11). >m m <-
"The Lord -mote all the first born In the land of Kn'yp;-
(12:29).
B() Cod sent Moses lo Pharaoh once more with the |J
lowing words: "Go In unto 1'haraoh and tell him: gl
thou refuse i" lei My people go, behold, tomorrow will I hnnj
locust- into thy border'" (Exod. 10:M>. Pharaoh mouI.I not
moved Then Cod punished Egypt with a thick darkni Y|
Pharaoh remained adamant. Finally, Moses warned thi K-1
of Egypt that God would send the most fearful plague ol ul. tr.J
death of all the first-born in the land, both of men and beasts
The Israelites were given the ordinance of the Passover, ^1
named because God passed over the homes of the Israelites uhetl
he killed the first born of the Egyptians, on midnight of the!
fifteenth day of the first month iNissani. Pharaoh was -hakcuj
at last. He sent the children of Israel from the land. They cofrl
listed of "about six-hundred-thousand men on foot, beat
dren."
In their haste to leave Egypt, the Israelites baked matzoftl
from dough that was not leavened. Hence the prohibition agtisfl
eating leavened bread on Passover
This recounting of the Weekly Portion ot the Law is e
tracted and based upon "Tho Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman Tiamir. $15 Publisher Is
Sbenoold, and tho volume is available at 11 William St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of tho society distributing the volums
is Joseph Schlang.
THE RABBI SPEAKS WOW HIS PUtPIT
'Vanishing Jew' Concept
Is Neutraliied by Judaism
io a
>mi
Mi
tenc
By RABBI DAVIO ROSENFELD
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
QUESTION: Is the Jew really
vanishing, and what can we do
to make suro that he does not?
First, l Relieve th;it the Look
Magazine article, though alerting
the American Jew t" the problem
o f assimilation,
unnecesa aril y
frightened t h e
Jewish communi-
ty, ;i n d possibly
exaggerated t h e
problem
Throughout his-
tory, t 11 e .1 e v\
had always beei
confronted w 11 ii
t h c question < f
assimilation n d
t he dilution 0 I
Jevt i^h trail,
a ti il Jewish val-
ues Vet we -in
vivedeither be- JB8l RoSENrllO
cause "t the remtensification "i
Jewish education and the Jewish
home, <" because of the abiding
loyalty ol the dedicated Jew.
Statistics do not always reflect
a true picture. There is a rennais
sonce of Jewish observance, Jew
ish learning, and loyalty to the
synagogue and Torah.
However, the article did alert
the community to the need for a
I
1
reemphJM-. of transmit)
Jewish heritage to our y.
pie if the) are to apprei al
distinctiveness and uniqi i
Jewish values and ideal-
the nir>>t vital factors coir
to the miracle ol Jewish -
in the pasl is the beamy s.
.uid warmth of an authentic
home
Parents, b) word and di
rekindle the spark "f love
spec! t"i Judaism if Ihej
the spirit and tradition ol i
I i permeate the home
must show their children
ii. ism is nol a thing >>( the ;
interesting curio ol the
bul rather a living, creat
lir.mt w i> nt life.
In .i Idition io the hi
- -iiiiini must transl
intellectual and mural i
! lew ish literature. c<
ies, music the whole
Jewish learnit
The-, i.-i rvations at -
revelation They are well
But the final answer tn thi
irticle is known And yo
li icb them diligently unl
1 children and talk to them
So rabbis may talk ol ii
about it. preach it. espouse
practice it. But when the I
nity of Israel adopts it an i '-v
it. then we can justifiably si '
our alarm at the possibility
vanishing Jew.
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Homecoming at Temple Menorah
h,f (m.)
bi (f.)
whtt is the
time (hour)?
already
at five o'clock
(to) see you again!
YOL'R DICTIONARY FOR TODAY
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until '* il
hour nyj?
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sistsr sisters JTI'W flTrtij
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TEMPLE ZlON. 8000 Mill*r Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. (500 N. Miami
Awe. Conservative. Rabbi Henri
Wernick.
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IneonilriK "ffi. .i. ..i Hi. iMmsreariitlon
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i'..i tii.n
VOUNG ISHAtL. 90 NE 171st St
Orthodox. Raobi Shervwm Stanber.
| lYlilm 5:is i> ni s.iiui.i.u ; ft.m s,.; .
nmn: "The v. ,.i- Com n> .
Tim pj'ir i frr.".:-<,I i.i i,i-
operatii r: uith ihe Greater Mi-
ami Rarbinicdl Aiioa'dtion.
Con'.'mjior of features j,-
DR. MAX UPSCHTTZ
r-.Mfuj| leader o/ Hrtli T..rjh
C'nirrr-.it:,.,i of Norili MfSISi
Braeli
Homecoming Weekend at Tern
pie Menorah consisted of three
functions aimed at uniting college
students in Te mple Menorah.
Highlight of the activities was a
turkey luncheon" with Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz on Saturday.
\ here more than 50 college men
and women gathered al Temple
Menorah's Youth Lounge and were
served a luncheon by the Temple's
Sisterhood.
The luncheon was followed by a
two-hour study session during
which Rabbi Abramowitz outlined
the basic principles of Judaism
and answered questions.
In a follow tip brunch during the
week. Rabbi Abramowitz met with
the Host Committee to evolve
plans for maintaining contact be-
tween the Rabbi and students
throughout the year.
Participating in the Homecom-
ing Weekend at Temple Menorah
were University of Miami, Bruce
Rapee. Marilyn Berman. Jamie
Barkin. Janice Revitz. Henrv l;n-
ger, Martin Friedman, Marilyn
Solomon, Ted Cooper. Neil Buef
binder. Sammy Siegel, Ruhan
Friedman, and Laraine Frn
University of Florida. Martin Kr.
vets, Douglas Noble, David Nook
Susan Abel, and Robert 1
Florida State. Kenny Su
Miami D a d e Charles Strath*
Kent State. Charles Lindenluurr.
Tulane, Joel Reinstein: Emersm
Barbara Segal; Michigan St*t
Gail Greenhouse; I'nivcr- I)
Tennessee. Janet Baron; IndiiM
University, Marjorie Frank-1. Al
tioch College. Thomas Sea:
phie Newcomb, Linda
University of Michigan, Scotl *
son; and from Georgia Tech. R
ert Ett.
Stssion on Judaism
Rabbi S. 1. Swirsky conductfl
a question and answer session
Judaism" dtu-ing a meeting
the Dora Stein Sisterhood ol
Israelite Center on Tuesday W*
ning in the Social Hall. R.trest,
ments were served. Siaterw*
president is Mrs. Chester LeiW'l


I, January 8, 1965
+Jen 1st ncridlian
Paqe 13-A
OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS
Rabbi Hershel Brooks
Of Temple Zamora
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Rabbi Hershel Brooks has been
spiritual leader of Temple Za-
mora for the past three years.
Rabbi Brooks received degrees
fiom Mesifta Torah Vodaath in
Brooklyn. N. Y.; Telshe Yeshiva,
Cleveland, O.; Institute of Higher
Learning, Spring Valley, N. Y.;
T i f e r e t h Jerusalem Rabbinical
Seminary, N. Y.; Yeshiva Uni-
versity; New York University;
and University of Miami.
He was ordained in 1952 at the
Mesifta Torah Vodaath and went
on to receive his Master's of Rab-
binic Law from Tilereth Jerusalem
Rabbinical Seminary. He has a
Doctor of Rabbinic Law from
Chaim Berlin Rabbinical College
in New York and a Master of arch-
aeological study in Aramaic liter
lature from the ln>titutc of Higher
Learning. At New York University
and the University of Miami, he
majored in government, psychology
and philosophy.
Rabbi Brook> is a past member
of the New York Board of Rabbi-.
Rabbinical Alliance. Rabbinical
Council of America and is at pres
ent a member of the Creator Mi
. ami Rabbinical Association.
religious activities for the Miami
Cood Will Industry. He is a mem-
ber of the board of the Zionist Or
-amzation and B'nai B'rith and
Chaplain "f Murray Solomon Post
oi JWV
Rabbi Brooks and his wife. Alma
Loi>. are the parents of a recentIv
arrived daughter. She is a grad-
uate "f Drexel Institute of Tech
nology in Philadelphia. 1'a. She
holds a I'.S degree and was a med-
ical technologist. She is active in
National Women's League, and is
adult education chairman for the
Southeast Region. She belongs to
Kineret Chapter of Mizrachi Won.
en and National Council of Jewish
Ner Tamid Sixth Annual Concert
He is city-wide coordinator "1 Women
RiBBI HiRSHtl BROOKS
on View
Toni Evans
:oral Gables
ih w of etchings and oils will
pen for -i press showing on
(v at the Sindelid Gallery in
Gables and on exhibit i<>r
neral public beginning next
laj
\i-\ is 21-year-old Toni Evins,
nor in fine arts at the Cm
l> of Miami.
Is Evins is the daughter of
Maida Heatter and grand-
kter ol Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel
ler, of Miami Beach. Mr.
fcer i- Jhe world-renowned ra-
Ind television newscaster and
hentator,
s* Evins' work was recom-
Jed for showing at the gallery
fcr art teachers. The exhibition
[remain on view lor several
Is Sindelir Gallery is at 90
f i m Ave.
Sixth annual concert of Temple
Ner Tamid will be held in Sklar
Auditorium of the Temple on Sat
urday evening at 8 p.m.
Appearing on the concert is Mis-
Rose Byrum, lyric colotura so-
prano, well-known here for her
ippearance with the opera Guild
and Rudolph Frimil last season,
Miss Byrum studied in New York
and won a scholarship to stud)
with the Metropolitan Opera. She
. in the Metropolitan opera Audi
lion of the Air in 1956-57,
she .ilsii appeared at the Radio
City Music Hall, with Raymond
Paige conducting, and with the
"Voice 'ii Firestone Last April.
in I'mvidence, R I she was cast
opposite Jan 1'iene in "Rigolet-
to." as Gilda.
Another popular star Saturdaj
is Tony Daryll, .well-known here
for a recent appearance at the
Eden Roc Hotel, an.l also remem-
bered for his role of Chino, in
West Side Story,*' both way and on the sereen. He ap-
peared in "Jamaica," with Lena
Home and Ricardo Montalban.
Daryll's program will consist oi
popular ballads, Jewish and He-
brew music.
Also at the concert will be Raul
Spivak, internationally-known con.
cert pianist. Born in Buenoa Aires.
Argentina, he ins performed with
distinction throughout Europe, the
United States. Canada Central and
South America.
Cantor Saul ll Breeh, who i-
also ap ie ring .: the concert, has
been affiliated with N'er Tamid tor
the i.' -t three years I 'antor i' i
not only officiates at Ner Tamid
religious services, but has appear-
ed locallj at man) Zionist, B'nai
B'rith and Israel Bond affairs. Iii>
latest performance was at Miami
Beach Auditorium at a recent
Jewish National Fund Kenned)
Memorial.

pal plans are discussed by Hy Posner, chairman of the sixth
jiual Temple Ner Tamid concert, and Murray A. Sh^w,
esiden'. of the Temple. The concert will feature Tony Daryll,
|r of stage and screen; Raul Spivak, concert pianist; Rose
turn, lyric-coloratura soprano; and Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
concert will be held on Saturday evening, Jan. 9. Pro-
kds will go to the Religious School of Temple Ner Tamid.
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JNF Social Club
Meets Wednesday
Ezra Finegold, president of the
JNF Social Chili, announces that
next meeting of the recently-form
ed Kroup will he held on Wednes-
day evening, 8 p.m., at the Deau-
ville Hotel. The group is affiliat-
ed with the Jewish National Fund
of Greater Miami.
After a short business session,
two films. "Land of White Alice.'
and "In Defense." will be shown.
Congregation Beth EL
500 5.W. 17th AVENUE MIAMI, FLA.
Announces
LATE FRIDAY NIGHT SERVICES
Friday, January 8th
at 8:30 P.M.
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Will Officiate
Guest Speaker: MR. BEN ESSEN
Will Speak On: "MEET MY GRANDFATHER"
Friday Night, January 15
Guest Speaker: DR. SAMUEL ERSOFF
Will Speak On:
"Jewish LearningThe Right and Obligation of All"
The Public Is Invited
Refreshments will be served following the services.

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Faqe 14-A
"Jw#fAbrMwi
Friday, January 8, 19jJ
Ponorcirna:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
FA
Abba Eban's Speech at UN Draws Packed Attendance
A cih i>>
M>ba Eba '
nited Nat
i a pack-
ed attendance
bj ;ill ac-
counts made a I
strong Impres
sicn. \ Idn 58
ing the United Nations is .i se-
\ i re test for any sp< aker. It
is like addressing an assembly
of orators
Listening to Eban speaking is
like listening to Rubinstein at
the piano. Disraeli spoke of
who was "inebriated with
tin' i xuberam oi his v i i
Eban has .. wonck rful
\ crbosit) iT;ii he das il u id r
i I N'ot so long ago, Eban,
speaking ol some political (ig
ure, said thai Ihe latti r expres.
se I "a minimum amount ol
though! in a maximum amount
di words, rhal is a very force-
ful phrase and is typical of
Eban. Orator) is not simply
the piling up of words S ime
times tin- cutting di wn ol words
to one pithy sentence is far
more effective.
Words and style alone, how-
c\ pr ood Eban knov s, are in-
sufficient As Balfour onc(
I :, 1. ,.:n .ilr;i:ilMi.M);
\ ith's lucidity ol st; le i
not hi Ip him when he has noth
ing i" saj Eban loo has li i
nu i He i- quick to pei cei. e
a comic situation Recently in
Israel, a- Deputy Prime Min-
ister, he welcomed the Inter-
national Chess Tournament and
began by saying sentence or
two m the languagi s ol the
chess players from the different
nations and then Khan remark-
ed. "But i suppose you would
all understand if I spoke Yid-
dish So many of the players
from the various nations weir
lewsj
li loi k- like soon anyone wish-
ing to n il Amerit an literature
will have to first learn Hebrew
Anyway, the current American
best seller. "Herzog." by Saul
Bellow, is replete with quota-
tions from the prayer book and
the Torah in Hebrew Also,
he quotes many Yiddish expres
sions. Bellow must have had a
very Jewish upbringing. It's
odd how language stays with
US. 1 read an interview in a
New York paper with Elizabeth
Taylor and she used ihe eatp
sinn ""Oi Geyald Once a J<
1 "'"^L VT)L "ffi "'"i-tiwfca -1^._
iii Gevald," by the w ay, w<
make a wonderful title for
book. Writing the book
be easy, once you have stu
title.
Speaking about Yiddish
pressions. when DOS-Jewish I
Grant, at the Israel Bond (
nuk,i festival, told about
"Bubi" and Zadi (Yiddish
grandfather and grandmoti,
of Eastern Europe, all of M
son Square Garden rocked w ,
joyful delight

r~nHol Snntli^f Rv Mil TOM FRIEDMAN
Senate Action Being Sought Against Arab Boycott
Washington
CENATE ACTION WILL be sought early this year
against Arab boycott harrassmenl ol American
companies Administration appeasement of the
Arab-conceived conspi icj in restraint ol trade ma>
Ited b) .i bi-partisan Senate move
American firms receive arrogant questionnaires
from the Arab states Blacklisting is imposed bj
13 Arab regimes, mart] supported economically bj
United States, if American ci mpanies reject
li-lsrael and anti-Jewish requirements
The mood ot Congress is currently responsible
tii Arab backing oi the pro-Communist Con oles
i Is, the burning of the is Information Agency
Library in Cairo, and the destruction ol an Amer-
ican plane bj the Egyptian Air Force resulting in
the death ol the American pilot.
When businessmen ask Washington what to do
about the Arab questionnaire, the; maj be told that
this government doe* not approvi ol the boycott
Bui the troubU is thai no one in the government
t r> businessmen thai thej have a right to thi
in questionna n t awa> ( ham ei i imerci
lacking ih -.i guidance from Washington, help to
tifj the firms in c nee with the insultii
len
S i Harrison A Williams, Sew Jcrsej Demo
will re-inti i he initiated last
session to protect businessmen lie introduced an
mendment to thi Export > mtrcl Act to prohibit
the \ral.. from demanding t S firms provide data
boyci t
A number ol the Arab states insisting on then
'right" tn boycott American companies trading
with Israel have violated and ignored thi' American
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
The Arab Ended With A Whimper
i nitei Natii ns
COME PEOFLF
** that ton
iv must ei
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n in the (Jen .
I.hi o| I with a
e. Everyone
e-l ir m bvginni I ii lii tain, i out ol
step except the Ai abs
115 members at the United Nations, 102 in
sisted on peace and international cooperation But
the 13 Arab states knew how wrong this major it;
.i Not thai the Arabs were opposed to peace
on their terms Not that they hated international
cooperation, so long as that doctrine was applied to
them only. Thej even approved of liberty for the
Israel-hating Arabs They had no hesitancj what
ever endorsing the principle of territorial integrity
so long as Israel were to be excluded from the
application ol such a rule.
Dut to the stubborn fact that the 102 members
could not agrei with the novel thesis put forth by
id a misi .
Even thi
it yo
',
'
live-'
een


i i
r had I
\nd did the Co ; i on
demning I ;rai anted to put thro
lion equati ;th ssive
Israel bj calling upon both side*, equally, to stop
shooting tn in the hip.
To be sure, the Russians tried their best on
the surface. When the mild American-British reso
lution came to a vate, the Russians exercised their
veto and that draft failed to pass. At the Coun
eil's very first of its Hi sessions on this issue, Syria
had made a very long speech, When the Russians
had finally cast their expected \eto. Syria again
delivered a long speech Syria cried at the begin-
ning, wept at the end And no one even bothered
t. hand the Arabs .. towel
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Issue at Berkeley Not Free Speech Only
THERE IS, i i coui freedom-of-
speech iss lived in the recent
il at the ni\ ersitj ol California
Berkeley, But that issue, in this in-
stance, is overshadowed bj several
other factors Dr I lark Ki rr president
ol the institution now al rim with 27.500
>tudents. stated r so ago that
his univei .. 'neither entirely ol
the world nor entii art from it."
A successful peace maker in prickly labor-management
disputes and recipient of the annual award of the Amei
ican Association ol University Professors for distinction in
support of intellectual liberty. Dr. Ken i- in an admirable
position to observe the huge waves of social and political
ferment wash on the campus of his state institution, toss
ing many of the students and professors Into a highly
activist position.
An urge toward activism by the new generation must
indeed be the central issue at Berkeley Scores of idea!
ists among ih< tudents have grasped the true meaning
ii the civil rights revolution and are willing to join m
it even at the risk ol ng counter to seemingly stringent
' the risk ol Ing their
it oi I ml
mic can
Coupled ith this, no doubt, is their deep sorrow over
triumph ol California Proposition 14. that invidious
political stratagem mounted by Golden State real estate
-----Is. bringing the tentative collapse ol the Fail Hous
ing movement in l alifornia,
But given all this, the California students, had they
been a few years older a bit more seasoned in the strug-
gle tor the recognition of human dignity, might have
avoided placing themselves in the vulnerable position in
which they did find themselves when the early smoke <>f
battle had burned away and some 800 arrests were made
of univei-itv sil ins (not all of them students).
This does not mean that the university administra-
tion is entire!) blameless An academic region in which
the loyalty oath issue was -u long in the pressure cooker
might be expected to saddle controls far too rigid on the
college community Moreover, it is not too much of a
generalization to say that the conservative business and
industrial segments of our society appear predominanth
on the governing boards of our state universities. Often
the pungent fragrance of genuine academic freedom is
too -trong for them to inhale
strategic boycott of communist Cumo
Sen Williams pointed out that while the
eminent does not condone Aral) tactics W I
ton has not moved to protect American !
ro effect of the blacklist Hi- bill wi
the li ind those who throw Krab qu<
naircs in the w aste bask) t
The Senator s.'id his opposition to tin
'inquisition' was not directly linked to his
foi Israel as .i fi iendly nation He sai
to assert the right oi Americans to do bus
in i i tin > please w insist that the Amei
flag must not be lowered in surrender to pit
whether bj < itlass i r questionnaire
Sen Williams said, it is not enough t<
' : Ot condone these practlc We nu
permit them
(o-ponmh> assembling behind the William
include Sen Jacob K .lav its. New York Repub
Sen Abraham Ribicoff, Connecticut Democrat
others.
The questionnaires ask companies if Jew
in then ho.nils. !f ihe companies grant use o! I
patents to Israel, if the) render technical assist
to Israeli firms, if they maintain branches in I-
and so forth
Man) American companies would have
jrael or invested tl. re but v < re detei
ats In addition to the questionnaire
ertifn ates o| origin and lettei
I It mi t i veil he certified that orderc
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Off the Record:
By NATHAN Z
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Page Frcm My Di'e. -i
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COME years ago I attei i
faith function at i m of Ne\ > I
. iwankii si hotels The dais wa
, Ited with outstanding lay and
" i tonalities and the tables wen
ad with men and women in all
ii' and of all rel'gious denon
ind some. I suspect, who were
'a '^I^l relij ,,! all
**. Akw At a table alongside the d.o- ..
Catholic priest alone and in contemplation as he into)
a heavy cigar whose aroma was as incense Hi
iu-s intrigued me. Before long I was to discovei
association with this man of the cloth We had
togethci on New York's Lower East Side he, as
man who was dreaming of the priesthood, and I as you'
v. ho was already rebelling against parental d<
make me a rabbi, teacher and preacher in l>i.
abode i as the church where, if mentor) serve.- a
lv. in.- father was gardener and building uipervh
,i- an adjacent house whence we often looked d<
bewilderment and tear at the strangeness of bra
As w. sat at the table, reminiscing about OUl
it occurred to me to ask the priest why he
Shaking off the ashes from the cigar With a dcli<
distinctly nervous finger, he replied from what I v
to gather tiiat he had not been permitted by his -
to sit at tnc dais. Although he did not say this, it
conjecture he was barred from sitting in bro-
with infidi !s
Delicatel) I reminded him of an incident
not possibly have forgotten. It was on Simchas
Some thirty chassidim were crammed in our liv /;roo
fit for ten. singing, chanting and rejoicing in the law. TM
wine barrel was reaching bottom, but there w.
haustion in chassidim singing and dancing on thi
day of rejoicing. Our Christian neighbors beta
spectacle, amazed at the constancy of the theme LaW
that day, young John, now an eminent priest, sot
out for questioning. He sensed something hauntir.
the repetitious song. _
As we parted, there was significant silence I u_
us. Was he, too. wondering why it has come to past '
religious differences to prevent brethren trom sit'inj *]
ether and breaking bread over one table in emit) 'ho"2*
not necessarily out ol complete consonance or agr- oea'
i


r, January 8. 1965
+Jet*lsti torrid tor
Page 15-A
I
Only lesser' Criminals Will Escape
Egypt, must cause the gravest mis-
givingc."



Continued from Page 1-A
latinu to Nazi crimes made use ot
II only when it served their politi-
cal purposes. He said that the re-
sponse of such governments to the
West German appeal was there-'
lore highly doubtful. He reiter-
ated the request of the Hamburg
Senate that the deadline for prose-
cution of all murder charges, po-
litical and otherwise, be extended
for another ten years after next
May.
West Germany's decision to ad-
here to the statute of limitations
on prosecuting Nazi war criminals
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"has shocked world opinion." Mau-
rice Kdelm.in. president of the j
Anglo-Jewish Association, and a
Labor member of Parliament, de-
clared in London this week.
At the same time Lord Bertrand
Russell, the British philosopher,
warned that the likely return to
political life of many Nazi war
criminals for lack of prosecution
in West Germany would be "in
violation of the London agreement
ot Auau-t 1945 which is interna-
tional law."
Ht said the 1945 London agree-
ment should be supported by the
rld-renowned Cantor Sam-
Vigoda will officiate at
late Friday Night Forum
rice of the Jacob C. Cohen
lmunity Svnagogue and
Saturday morning serv-
B, 8:30 a.m.. dedicated to
igious Zionist Sabbath.
ibi Tibor Stern is spiritual
ier.
to FiSe
Million Clasm
SS Shalom
Continued from Page 1-A
and......rted thai th<' state-
: ,,t the Sh ilom met [og only
onds in: re the crash w as
' le attempt to justify the
s admitted speed of more
; knots In dense log." He
ed that the tanker had been
g at "dead slow ahead" for
than 20 minutes before the
and thai n> engines had
shut off as soon as the Slia-
fog signals were heard. He
Ft.'.-t the tinker was "practic-
lead in the water when the
m. at top speed, knifed Into
herjs cut her m tv 0
Seminars Set For Teachers
British Government end he urg-
ed West German authorities "to
reconsider their decision t o !
waive the time limit on war
crimes by Nazis."
Mr. Edelman. addressing a meet-
ing of the AJA executive council,'
said this decision to let Nazi war
criminals "escape justice is a ret-
rograde step, and would have an;
adverse effect on West Germany's
relations with the free world."
The Bonn announcement, he de-
clared, "re.id in conjunction with
Germany's adamant refusal to es-(
tablish effective legislation to curb
activities of German scientists in
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Friday. January 8,
Rabbi Kipper To Be Installed
Albert Jacobson (right), chairman of the Installa':on Commit-
tee, announces plans lor the forthcoming installation of Tem-
ple Judeas new spiritual leader. Rabbi Morris A. Kipper (left),
on Friday. Jan. 15. at 8:15 p.m.. Rabbi Sylvan D. Schwartz-
man of Cincinnati. O.. will be installing officer. Rabbi Sch
wartzman is one of the nation's leading Jewish educa'ors and
authors of adult and junior textbooks. He is professor of Jew-
ish religious education at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion in Cincinnati.
Italy's President Saved Many Jews
Continued from Page 1-A
th.it "Israel is a reality which it
vould bo absurd to deny."'
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The Social Democratic leader
went into exile in \9U, first to
Vienna, then to Paris. He left
the French capital in 1*40, when
the Germans invaded Prance and
went into hiding in Toulouse in
Vichy, Prance. There he organ-
iied the flight to Switzerland of
the Jewish Socialist Modigliani.
whom he knew to be in special
danger.
He returned t<> Italy and was
arrested by the Germans. He es-
caped and joined the underground
lesistance in Home until the city
\ .i- liberated in June 1944 "Thus
the new President shared the des-
tin* of millions of European Jews
and Christians who were scattered
by the savagery of Pacism and
Nazism," it was pointed out
He never ceased his elforts to
organize his party in exile and its
resistance to Nazism while at the
anie time saving lives and suffer
: -teat privation personal!)
Rabbi Morris A Kipper, of Tern
pie Judea, "ill be installed during
the Salikith worship service on
Friday evening, Jan. IS, at s IS
P m.
Rabbi Kipper was ordained by
the Hebrew Union College-Jew
ish institute ol Religion He hold*
;i iis degree m group education
work from George Williams Col
lege, Chicago,
Prior to entering the Hebrew
Union College, he served as pro-
gram camp director and director
of the Youth and Extension De-
partment of the Jewish Educa-
tion Board of Chicago. Before
coming to Temple Judea, Rabbi
Kipper served Temple Beth
Shoiom in Peabody, Mass.
31st Year For
Spinoza Forum
Spinoza Forum for Adult Educa
tion was to commence its 31st
year of cultural and educational
activities Thursday.
Vv Maxwell Silver, author of
"Retirement as a New Career."
was to speak on this topic before
the Spinoza Forum at 10:30 a m.
in the auditorium of Washington
Federal. 1234 Washington A\e
Dr. Abraham Wolfson. founder
and director ol the forum, was to
preside.
The Spinoza Stud) class under
the direction of Meyer Oiariff
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Miami, Florida, Friday, January 8. 1965
Section
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scussinq tour plans for next summer with Mrs. Betty Alder-
)n. national tour director, American Jewish Conqre^s, are
t'.'. to riqht) Walter Perry, Miami direcVu. Israel Government
3 ist Ofi.ce; Mrs. Isidor Baum, tour chairman. Louise Wise
barter; Mrs. Alderson and Mrs. Susan Feller, past pres-
pnt, Louise Wise Chapter.
JCong. Tours to Israel
iscussed at Meet Here
COOPERATION EXTENDLD IN HUMAN RIGHTS
Women's Council Joins NCRAC
|!r< Betty Alderson, national
ectoi "i the American
: h Congress, addressed an
t : a audience at the Carillon
[el reci n j on the IMS Amer
ica .!-!> Omijress l-iael, En-
and Orient tours
- Alderson said that "Amer-
i Jewish Congress had brought
A pi- pi-- In Israel rluriny the
pas' lour y.irs than all other or
Sizations combined."
ighlights of the American Jew-
Congress tours are the person-
tajaur-on \i-ii- with people who
share ihi- i>..r::rui.ir interests of
the visiting tourists, both in Israel
and the Jewish communities of
Europe and the Orient,
Special guest <>i the meeting
Mas Walter Perry, director of the
new Miami Israel Government
Tourist Office.
Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, presi
dent of the Florida Women's Di\
i-ion. welcomed the guests and In-
troduced the newly-appointed di-
rector of the Southeast Region of
American Jewish Congress, Jos-
eph I. Yanich.
Yanich introduced Mrs. Aider-
son as guest speaker for the eve-
ning.
By Special Report
American Jewish organizations
have extended their cooperation
for human rights and better inter
religious and interracial under-
standing with the affiliation ol the
National Council of Jewish Women
v ith the National Community Re-
lations Advisory Council.
The NCJW becomes the seventh
member organization of the
NCR u\ which includes also 74
local Jewish councils in major cen
ters of populati in thr.Hi-li.nit the
United States All work together
for equal opportunity, equal rights,
religious freedom and good inter
racial, interreligious and other in.
tergroup relationships The organi-
zations i rmul ite joint policies
nd plan and coordinate their ac
tivities through NCRAC.
National Council of Jewish Wo
men i-- an educati mal and ser i
group ith i: embers in 329
affiliated li c I units in the l S
The Council sponsors some 1,000
community services projects in
U.S. communities, a broad public
affairs program tor members, and
education and welfare services in
Israel.
A major emphasis ol NCJW pro-
gram i- on work with cultural!)
leprived youngsters, particular!)
those from minority groups. It
has pioneered volunteer programs
in the fields of civil rights, educa-
tion and help for older adults
Both Mrs Joseph Willen, ol \'e v
York, national president ol NCJW,
ind Aaron Goldman, Wash ngton,
l) r. businessman who is eh
man ol NCR \C, expressed a deep
pleasure and satisfa( tion "\> r the
affi ial ion."
The common cause "i better
Jewish community relations, .vhich
all oi us seek, "ill be .n\\ meed
bj the participation ol the Nation-
al Council "i Jewish Women in our
cooperal i\ e effort, said < iold-
man,
Mrs Willen wiled the affiliation
it NCJW with the NCRAC "an-
ither proud step fot a ard in the
Council's Ti year histor> ol dedi-
cation to human rights and inter,
group harmonj
)liday party at the Jewish Home for the Aaed was highlight
by a qift from Teekvah, B'nai B'ri'h Giils. Many hours of
jrd work were put forth bv members cf Toekvah to hnnd-
lbioider a Sabbath and Holiday tablecloth to be donated
H the Jewish Home for the Aqed. Eleanor Querido, president,
?ekvah B'nai B'rith Girls, makes the presentation to Mrs.
jrah Co=sik. president of the Residents Council at the Home.
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bv ISABEL GRCVE
Mrs. Hem \ Gev ;t/ anil Mi
bbcrt Grossman are hosting a
tidal shower in honor ol Miss
Km h Rubin, daughter ol Mr, Irv-
It: Rubin and the late Blanche
lubin He is the well-known
loprietor ol the Pub Restaurant
the Gables Ruth will wed
n Snider, ol \ alley Stream
, Y. In May hegc in Miami
rach At present both are
ting their studies at the
tj oi F it T le
:i v. :ii be held on Saturday
the ir Hot Hottl .
1 will be pink .i.'\ red. with
the place settings in pink bud
roses
-i a
Bobbie and Menu Pomerantz
began ushering in the New Year
1965 and llernis birthday with a
lively part) at their home .
On the merry making scene were
Ke\ and Morgan Levy, Stuart
and Boo Shapiro, Rhona and
Marvin Guberman, in and Man
lyn MarkUS, Flo and Perry Alt-
i Id, Selma ami Jack Baum,
Ela ne .uu\ Ansh I Rackoff, Pave
and S; delli Bei man Ferna and
i Steinbi rg, Bobbl and Gene
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Friday. January 8. l%j
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Women's Institute
Opens Season
At Emanu-EI
Opening session of Temple
Emanu-ETs Women's Institute of
Jewish Studes for the 1964-65 sea
son was held Tuesday morning at
the main school building, i"ui
\\ asbington Ave.
Classes in Beginner's Hebrew.
Hebrew, congregational singing,
and conversational Hebrew will
be held every Tuesday morning
iiom 10 a.m. to li a.m. The *ec
end hour, from 11 to 12 noon., will
feature a "Brunch With the Rabbi*'
on the first Tuesday of each
month, at which time Dr. Irving
Lehrman will present a study dis-
cussion program on the subject
"Tools of Jewish Living."
A survey of Jewish history will
be the subject of the 11 a.m. sea-
sion on the second, third and
fourth Tuesday of each month,
when Morris Tarasow, education
director of the Temple, will pre-
sent a s iew of Jewish history from
the days of Abraham to modern
times.
Mrs. Ben Zlon Ginsburg, chair-
man (.1 the Women's Institute, an-
nounced that registration will be
accepted on Tuesday for those who
d:d not attend the first session.
'Alpha Eta Night)
Next Tuesday
Alpha Kpsilon Phi Alumnae
sociation of Greater Miami
hold an Alpha Eta Night' it
home of Mrs. Jerome Halperni
Tuesday. 8 p.m.
The Alumnae Association u
honoring alums of the \
of Miami Alpha Eta Chapter
AEPhi's are invited to attend.
Mrs. Howard Katzen. press
of the Greater Miami Alums
Association, will be presiding
plans are made lor the AEPh. i
tional convention at the Amu
c-ana Hotel in June.
First planning mee'.'.nq for the midwinter lunch-
eon Feb. 12 of the Miami Beach Chapter,
Women's Division of the American Technion
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Tupler, Mis. Milton Sirkin, president. Mrs.
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Roosevelt Temple Beth ocmd usy
Installation Set
Roosevelt Temple. Pythian si*
ters, will hnlfl ii- 15th annual in-
ktallation on Saturdaj evening a<
Pythian (fall, 4601 \v. Plagler SI
Ceremony vviUbe ennHi|ejy^_ bj
Mrs' Bernard Kaplan, past chief,
who .iil install Mrs. David Cypress
as most excellent chief, succeed
ing Mrs Marvin Anderson, now
sitting past chief.
Also to he installed are Mrs
\le\ Richard, excellent senior;
Mrs. Hyman Goldsmith, excellent
junior, Mrs Terry Dohan, mana-
ger; Mrs Isidore Cook, secretary;
Mrs Joseph Venecia, treasurer;
Benjamin Agronow, protec
19, l p.m., in the Social Hall
Mrs William Hodson, pianist.
Mrs
Jan
and
Beth David isv will meet for
its monthly youth service
breakfast on Sundaj Teen i
conduct their ov n ei v Ice
a in alter which the) have break-
fast in the Social HaJJ and v ill be
host in Rabbi Eliezer A Li i
esl speaker.
Garden Club
Meets on Beach
Ml Sinai Hospital Garden Club
met Monday -it the Miami Beach
Garden Center
A parly magic program on the
theme. "Pandora's BOX," feat
Mrs Harry Moscoe, Mrs Hank
Meyer, and Mrs Max Holtzberg
|ie Kahaner Sisterhood Commi'tee, of Beth
u. Congregation, assists in the plans for a
lonial dinner honoring Dr. Max A. Lip-
|z spiritual leader of Beth Torah. The
lonial will honor Dr. Lipschitz for 18 years
le rabbinate' at a banquet Jan. 30. at the
ie Ho'sl. Left to right are Mesdames
Adrian Kaufman, vice president; Stanley
Stein, president; Samuel Leb, vice president;
Howard Ralby, wife of the testimonial chair-
man- Ronald Friedel, Stanley Friedman, and
Joel Gotthrer. Not shown is Mrs. Morton Reiss,
chairman of the Host Committee.
ich Hadassah Group Meetings Set for Monday

mi Lazarus Group of lladas- recital hy Aida Yaslo Mrs Man
iold a regular meeting ning Mintus is presidenl
By noon at Washington Fed
in Normandy Isle. Refresh Henrietta Siold Group plans a
will be served, including B*nerl meeting at the Algiers Ho-
of the season in celebration ','1 on Monday, 12:30 p.m.. with
B'Shevat Book review is entertainment and refreshments,
bled by Mrs Sanford Jacob- l'>'y"arn chairman is Mrs. Sol
Greenberg, President is Mrs H
Keller
Mr
leraog by Samuel Bel-
Jack Wolfstein is pre*
the noon affair will be a National
fund tree-planting. Mrs. Jacob D.
Davis is speaker Mrs II. Saffir is
president
Shaloma Group will meet at the
Dil.ido Hotel on Monday noon En-
tertainer will be Stanley Rosen
sweet. Mrs. Irwin Shapiro is pres-
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Bay Harbor Group has sched-
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11:30 a.m. at the Singapore Ho-
tel. Entertainment will he by Hen
SuV story ni Israel." through bl'n Gubcrman. of the "Bageta for
will be narrated hy Mrs. Breakfast' program President is
l- Wernick chapter pro Mrs George Meiael.
I coordinator Mrs. Milton
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Bel-Aire Hotel on Monday. Lunch-
-. S. Wise Group will meet "n *'' be served Highlight ot
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See Pcge 16 8
Jack I> Gordon, president <>l
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association, lead < discussion
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Friday. January 8, lJ
Academy Reveals $400,000 Drive to Bun ^
Mortgage as Comay Praises School Her m
Among dignitaries on hand at Sunday night's
Hebrew Academy dinner at th* Deauville
Hotel were (left lo right1 general chairman.
Leonard Rosen; Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,

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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard (left) receive conaratulations
from Ambassador and Mrs. Michael Comay at the 17th an
nua] sch>:rship fund dinner of the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy on Sunday night. The Reinhards were guests of
honor as Ambassador Comay, Israel's chief envoy to the
United Nations, addressed nearly 1.500 persons.
principal; Miami Beach Mayor Melvin J. Rich-
aid; Mrs. Michael Comay, wife of Israel's chief
envoy ;o 'he United Nations; Mrs. Richard and
Ambassador Comay.
Kneseth Israel
Women's Lunch
Mrs I B Eisenstein, pres
oi Kneseth l>rael Si I an
the ual luni
will !> held at the Ma se ll< Ho
tel on Sunda> 12 30 p m
Rabbi l>;i\ id Lehi field and I n
tor Abraham Seil \wll pai
in the prosr 1 in \i 1 folia Hup
1 I i~ < hairman i th(
with Mi <'. zolla Weis and Mi -
Etta Mandel co-chi
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Also on the committee are Mrs
Lena Popkin. Mrs Knnn> Budow
>k\. Mrs Fannj Sirol and Mrs
Dorothj Dlatl Ticket chairmen
are Mrs Louis Dublin and Mrs
Reuina Basel
PUuu for a S40o.othio campaign
to burn the exfatlag mortgage on
the Greater Miami Hebrew Acad-
emy this year and to expand thj
Miami Hearh school ironi Its pVes-
ent 425 students to l.iKH) before
1970 were announced at Sunday
night's lTtn annual scholarship
hind dinner of the Academy
General Chairman Leonard Ro
sen and Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal, outlined the plans to a
record attendance at the 1100-a
couple function, held in the Deau-
ville Hotel Grand Ballroom.
Ambassador Michael Comay,
Israel's chief envoy to the Uni-
ted Natior.s, was the principal
speaker at the dinner, which
celebrated the 17th anniversary
of the Hebrew Academy and hon-
ored Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rein-
hard.
Louis Merwltzer, president <>t
the Vcademy, was presented ith
.1 special award in recognition <>t
I leadership in building Ihe n< .
1 Pine Tree Dr II was
the line-: ol its k nd I
Tu B'Shevat Fete
Set by Ladies
in. president of
Mi
deorKc
Ja< ii C Cohen Communit>
i : 1 iun< ps final plans
ihe 1 -i annual Tu ivshev at
card and e :' I rtj Monda)
, ard in es i>..: I> Tuesda).
0 the s\: .
Sisterhood lvceniU purchased
500 prayerbooks for the Fridaj
Nighl Forums conducted i>> Rabbi
Tibor H Stern
have ever seen'' In \
Comay
A dozen of the Beinhai Is |
dren, most of them A(
denfs', paHicipated in -
emonies saluting the to
the Miami Leach SChoo \
tata. "An Ode to Leaim:
ten by Rabbi Gross ai
!i> Mrs. Donnerstag, was -.
ed by the 60-voice choii
emy students. A set of thi I
was given to the Reinhai
Academy in appreciation
Mrs, Comay joined the '
sador at 1 pre-dinner cocki
ception given in then- hono
Pioneers Plan
Two Functions
A luncheon in hono'
i.e.ih Notkin ami Mrs
. will be held on W
1 on at the Roj il Hun
it b) P ion e
Club 1
Mi Josi oh Krantz
is chairman ..1 l
Harriet G I ounci
and national board
be guest speaker
Esther Weiftstetn
enl of Beba !' le
sponsoring 1 luncheoi
M s Rae \\i issbi 1
noon at the Bi
Mrs Weinstein wil
v ith folk singing ai
Nashkin, well known I
ologues, i also on the
Mrs Fannie Gibson is
oi the occasion Proci
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Mrs Martin Matz. of North Mi-
ami I'.each. is the author of an
is.ay appearing in the winter is-
sue of American Judaism maga
zine.
Written when the author, then
Judith Dynner. was 16 years old,
it describes the efforts of a young
person to adjust to the modern
v ..rid.
The essay was originally deliv-
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Temple Youth Institute.
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and mother of a 2-year-old son. the
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Shown with Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple
Erapnu L'l, is the student committee discussing resul's of the
annual College Homecoming brunch and buzz session held
in Sirkin Hall last week. They aie Miss Barbara Kaplan,
Mias Arhne Hclperin, Edward Grenwald. Scott Trent, Miss
Joan Manheimer and Marcia Cohen. The brunch was an in-
fomtcil affair, durinq which visiting students from all over the
country discussed with Dr. Lehrman problems of the world
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Golden Agers Will Install Officers
M|fttiM Colden Aue Friendship
Club > n-tall its officers fr
lMI on Sunday. 2:30 p.m.. ;M the
Mil Jkllll 1. 85(K) SW 8th St.
hlighting the afternoon will
installation f Boris Cutler
sident by his nephew, A.
Cutler, immediate past pre-
o{ the YM and YW11A of
*?r Miami.
r officers are Abraham Ber-
bonorary president; Mrs.
Smulin and Maurice Abrams,
iee pre.-idents; Sam Deel, treas-
irer; Mi- Florence Reiser, eorre-
pondii. and recording -ecretar\;
Arbor Day
To be Marked
B-h Arbor Day, Tu B'Shevat,
commemorated at the next
ting ol the Hebrew
\. Won '' Inesdaj
eetini slated to begin at
v ill feature Israeli
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I i the storj
\-.,nn ,i i.i i :i i iai den ol
; ps id e n I
ion .ili ,i ;
, idi h time
r t'lc annual mother ami
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AMERICA
ISRAEL
GROWTH
FUND, ,,.
anil Mrs. Sarah Hrann. social sec-
it tary.
Board of Directors are Sam
Sherman, program chairman:
\lrv Boris Cutler, social atfairs;
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Goodfriend.
sunshine; Mrs. Ida Simon, hostess;
Mis. Lena Keller, contests; Mrs.
Rebecca White. Tuesday day cen-
ter
Members at -large are Mrs. Abra-
ham Berrin Mrs. Sarah Mains
b rg and Israel Rutman.
Contiued from Page 1-B
Solomon Klaine and Sy Cohen.
Marilyn and Sandy Fncd Esther
and Bernie Sandrew, Estelle and
Haro I Segal, and Hilda and
Steve llutt.
The Sam Goldsteins, 5189 Al
ton lid Miami Beach, will be
hosts Jan. 2i) at a dinner dance
at Wcstview Country Club .
Johnnj Masters and his orches-
tra will play for the affair .
Elaine and s> Cohen rounded
out the old year with all ol their
clo-c friends at a 1963 New Year
breakfast Gathered around
the pool were Irene and Bill
Baros, Rhena and Mars in (.uher-
man. Kev and Morgan Levy, Flo
and Perry Altlield. Ilerm and
Bobbi Pomerantz, Stu and Boo
Shapiro, and out-of townei s Harry
and Harriet Pure, and Bernie and
Ksthcr Kessler
Babbi and Mrs Simon April
are back from a two-month long
visit in Israel, where they travel-
ed extensivelv and met with prin-
cipal leaders of the country, as
will as with world renowned rab-
bis .
Now at home, they are enter-
taining their daughter and son-
in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
(Esther) Blumcnthal, of Savan-
nah. Ga., here with their children.
Harvey. Sarah and Deborah .
While in Miami, the couple were
also hosted by her brother. Babbi
Samuel April, spiritual leader of
Temple Or Olom.
have open house Sunda> in honor
of their 40th wedding wiiuver-
sarj Cue-Is wlio will liilp
them share the occasii li are
Rabbi and Mrs Morton M'!:\
sky, of Hollywood Mr and Mis.
Thomas Sperling, Mr- Syh <
(Join. Mr and Mis \.,| Pitman,
Mr and Mrs. Al Bobbins. Mr.
and Mr- dial,I Klugerman Mr
and Mrs. Meyer Venetzky, Mr.
and Mrs .Ins ph Cicero Mr and
Mrs Arthur llershbein. Mr- Sel
ma Orltt, Mr. and Mrs Jacob
Schiff, Mr and Mrs. Irving
Cooper Mr and Mr- Robert s
Greenbergcr, Mi' and VIrs Sol
Gelb .
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schwartz,
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Burt, Mr
and Mrs. Ralph Corrcnty, Mr
and Mrs. .lames Willig, Mi-
Mrs. John Lester. Mr. and
F. Engcls, Mrs. Tina Kal/..
Leonore Curtice Mr and
Joe Cerra. Mrs. I.iba Osman
rove
Mr and Mrs Bernard I i
licit have two i i \
Shirlej venet, ol Hydi Pi
Vlass and Chester ll ol
monl Del. Thi
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Mr. Gelbert mem
ol Kehillal Jacob <
and VIrs Gelbert is a lifi
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Mr. and Mrs. Harr> Wolff, of
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Mrs. Shoolman is a sister of Mrs
Gelbert .
The Miiishall Stems, ol I
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their gracious home Toasti _
11165 were the Ronald Pallots,
Hick Rubins J rrj W'ittels i id
Jack l.e\ines
E. Albert Ballot, president if
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Bidding farewell to the Young Judaea Youth
Group of Temple Ner Tamid are Bruce Rich-
man, education director, and Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz, spiritual leader. Lei! to right are
Lynda Kalmanson, Carol Prichason, Wayne
Prichason, Phil Florentine, Fred Wilner, Rich-
man and Rabbi Labovitz. On the bus (left to
Mrs. Washton
To Host Lunch
At Fontoinebleau
Mrs Matilda Washton. for the
sth year, will be hostess u< a
, heon for some 300 patrons ol
the Brandeis Group >>f Hadassah
.ui Friday noon, Jan lb. at the
tainebleau Hotel.
Proceeds are earmarked for the
Hada^ah Medical Center in Jeru

Mrs Washton has dedicated her
self to the support and growth ol
1 Center, which she isiti I
to Israel.
Her other philanthropic inter
es.ts include Mt Sinai Hosi
Auxiliary, Cardiac Home, Cere-
bral Palsy, True Sisters, temple
El, and the Philanthropic
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right) are Frank Horwitz, Bob Gorman and
Michael Levine. Not shown are Henry Blum.
Richard Belitsky. Teddy Borkan. Allan Felsot.
Llo"d Siegendorf and Susan Fredel. The Tem-
ple group attended a conclave in Gainesville
last weekend.
Beth El Ladies'
Supper Sunday
Sisterhood oi Congregation Beth
El ill hold a supper .it the con-
gregation on Sundaj from S to 7
p m
Sp are Mrs Anna Block.
Mi and Mrs. Hon Boskin, Mrs
Goldie Indgin, Mrs Rachel Sako-
witi Mrs Jennie Salingei .nut
Mrs Anna Rosenblitt.
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Florence Kupperman is sitting on top <>f the
^Lr' i these days Her brother, Seymour Lesser,
s ,tc Frances uni son And) are in town lor
T^..-i(. Seymour owns the Go Go stable "i horses
! n daughter Gail, who recently married, was
i 'i.i sh< always said, Go Go, theieCoie Ihe
Line, Th< horse in training here ;it Pompano
n- 'I.i' Lcs>ers' 21sl horse, so ot course he was
i i tin Go Black Jack Andy's horse is ('
Andy, Enjoying the lush atmosphere oi the
i room were Florence and her family, Some
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BlY WERE SURPRISED
Nina Hodor, like the efficient housewife she
prepared her dinner for the evening. Then
and her husband, Sidney, went out for the
by with their nephew, Dr Nanlo Zai.is. whose
Ibby is orchids, to torn- the most interesting
Iwer nurseries in Miami When they returned
e Hodor house at seven o'clock a royal
lowd of their friends were there to yell surprist
id happy anniversary. Their children. Howard.
irt-n and Ellen, with the help of Esther (Mrs
,^i Suartz had planned and carried out with
it sinik slip a wonderful surprise dinner party
1 mi of their 25th wedding anniversary.
i. s dinner was tucked away in the refFiger-
|tor to rat the following night. After the big
|ke with the silver bells was eaten, the Hodors
aned the pile of gaily-wrapped K'"s Among
uists were Mr. and Mrs Sam Marks. Mr. and
Irs Louis Hodor, Mr, and Mrs Murray Cuhen.
|r. and Mrs Sa:n Traurig. Mr and Mrs, Sidney
|CW1S, Mr :tnt\ Mrs. Enter) Kemeny. Mrs Sara
just, Mr and Mrs. Sidne) Richmond, Mr. and
Irs Dick Vehon, and Dr and Mrs Gerald Wcin
ILL HOUSE AT DR. REUBEN ROCHKINDS
Don'l ask where they all slept, but 'hen
re plent) ol icds in use out on sw 2211(1 Ter
. the holidays Linda Rochkincl didn't gel
Shi in Spain, attending the Universit)
of i. irul i' r her juim r year "I college, but
aces ...
Barbara came in from Grinnel College in Iowa,
and LaiTfr, who goes to Coral Cables High School,
was very much in evidence From Baltimore
came Jessie (Mrs. Samuel) Gertman, who is at-
' n.: the University Ol Maryland School ol
i al Work, majoring in communit) organiza-
tion, daughter Susy, who goes to Goucher Col-
leg and son Dick, who came up from New leans, where ne is attending Tulane University.
Gertman, who is at John Hopkins Inner
-u\ Medical School, couldn't gel away, "i thai
larling Sara Rochkind would have found room
tomew here for him, t( o
GOODBYE WHO? CHARLEY, OF COURSE!
Another premiere on Lincoln lid., with all
the trimmings was "Goodbye Charley." spon-
sored by Women's American OKI' The shoit
dramatic documents) film, a presentation oi
what ORT dies, entitled. "Come With Me. My
Brother," was excellent. Mayor Chuck liaii and
his wife sat in front of Mayor Melvin Richard
and his Janet, who were enjoying the pop corn
and chocolate bars. Spoiled among ihe packed
house when the lights went up were Mr and
Mrs. George Stearn. Itabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man. Mr. and Mrs. Baron de Ilirsch Meyer, Mrs.
Florence Kupperman, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Rich-
ard, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lipp. Mrs. Joseph
Wilkes. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Prciss. Mr. and
Mrs, William Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs Karl Cold,
Mr. and Mrs Al Cetelman. Mr. and Mis. Victor
Hollander, Mr. and Mrs. Julie Miller. Mr. and
Mrs Abraham Cittelson. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Rosenblatt, and Mr. and Mrs William Fishman.
SEVENTY AND SEVENTY
Herman Licks was 70 years young, SO he
and his wile. Rose, had 70 friends to lunch at
the Algiers Hotel. Herman introduced all of the
guests to each other. Among guests helping to
sing Happy Birthda) wen- Dr and Mrs. Jacob
Walker, long time friends from Palm Beach. Mr.
and Mrs, Joel Manheimer, Mr and Mrs David
Bayless, Mr and Mrs Sam Goldman \ii and
Mi- Sidne) Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs Za<
Marks, Mr, and Mrs. Louis Greenberg. Mr and
Mrs. David Eisman, and Mr and Nii> Albeit
Levin Frances Lehman.
Nina Brisker
Is Bride Of
Burton Bernstein
Miss Nina Carole Brisker and
Burton Stanley Bernstein were
married on Sunday. Jan 3, at the
Seville Hotel. Rabbi Leon Krbnish
officiated at the 5:30 p.m rites
The bnde is the daughter ol Mr.
and Mrs Samuel Brisker, 6355
Allison lid. Miami Beach The
{room is the son ol Mrs Florence
Bernstein, 12i>2 ME 151st SI So
Miami Beach and Mr. Leo Bern-
tein, ol New York.
M. ; ol honor v as tlarianna
Youngerman. Bridesmaid.-* includ-
ed Mrs. Beverly Fasten ak, Mrs
Marion Lerner and Miss Filer:-.
Seiden.
Best man was Ronald Bernstein
Ushers were Eric Metzger, Arthur
Brisker and Charles Mazanski
For her wedding, the bride chose
a gown featuring a bodice ol re-
embroidered alencon lace appli-
qued with tiny seed pearls. The
skirt was made of peau de sole
and the train appliqucd with the
same reembroidered alencon lace
and seed pearls as the bodice. She
carried a bouquet composed ol
while roses and stephanotis.
Newly wed Mrs Bernstein went
to Miami Beach High School and
graduated Phi Beta Kappa from
Sophie Newcomb College. She at-
tended Nottingham University in
England. She is a member of Al-
pha Epsilon Phi Sorority and Pi
Sigma Alpha and La Tertulia. hon
oraries
to right at a meeting of the Farband Labor
) Zk>!-.:-t Organization to plan an all-day Corn-
ed Jewish Appeal conference in March are
Ending) Harry Sacks, Dr. Simon Wiehnsky,
raham Filisof, Solomon Parness, Sender
Wolson. William Beckwith. Rubin Borenstein.
Hairy Chaet. Seated are Moe Levine, Israel
Finkel. Dr. Isaac Unterr?an, Eli Mailin. Harriot
Green, Joseph P. Zuckerman, Essie Wielinsky,
and Manuel Burstein.

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Friday. January 8, 1%5
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J~rances *JL~eh
We
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Women
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FRANCIS
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
It is refreshing in this daj and a?e to find someone
who is truly humble, who is not conceited, who is grateful
for the wonderful life that she is living, arid who gives
credit to God lor allowing her to help make other lives a
bit happier. Frances (Mrs. Mitchell) Wolfson feels that we
are put on earth to express the likeness and image Of God.
she feeis that neither she nor her husband deserves the
credit \, r tiie helping hand they have extended to humanity,
but it is God working through them.
Frances Louise comes from a long line of Southerners.
She. he; par; nt>. and hi r grandparents were horn in Pensa-
cola, Fla. Hci great-grandparents were born in Mobile.
Ala. where they were the fust .lews to be married there
by the first rabbi ordained at the
Hebrew I'nion College in Cincin-
nati. The Frances of today is
stili like the same happy little yirl
who used to hum and sin;^ to her-
sell. Frances, as all Southern
young ladies, was carefully
biought up. learning to sew and
keep house. That is why it is so
easy for her to be the mistress of
a large home today. If necessary.
she could do every bit of house
work and cooking herself.
She moved te Miami with her
family when she was 16. later re-
turning to Pensacola to make her
debut Back again in Miami, she
met her husband when they were
in^m.; in the choir that Mitchell's father helped to .-tart.
This month, the Wolfsons will be married 30 years. It
seems like only yesterday to Frances that she exchanged
vows with her friend and sweetheart in a beautiful, huge
wedding ceremony Everyone agreed then that it was a
perfect match, and it still is
The Wolfsons have three children: Louis Wolfson II.
Who is married to Lynnthey have three children. Louis
111. Linda Louise and Fiances Jo: Mrs Frankie Waxenberg
ami her two. Jerri Louise and Jacqueline Frances: and
Mitchell Wolfson Jr., who is taking a Masters in Bologna.
Italj In each of the grandchildren's names one oi Frai ces
Louise's names has been used.
Many and varied are the contributions that Frances
Wolfson and her husband have made to their commut ity
Among others. Frames started the Symphony Club ot Mi-
ami and was pn -ldent tor seven years.
Through the Mitchell Wolfson Foundation the And-
obon House was restored in Key West, lor which Frances
did the research herself. She started and lias been chair
man of the International Welcoming Committee for the
state Department. Eighteen years ago, in her home, she
held :i holiday party fcr the children ot Wometco Theatre
ers ol which her husband is the head, Wometco En-
terprise and the Wolfsons have grown up together. This
year the 85S) children couldn't lit into the house, so tin
part, was at the Seaquarium. Frances has a large collec
lion of ribbons she has received as awards for her prize
winning ori hids.
Two years ago, while they were in then summer home
m ',-! Hit. Frances decided >he was tired of knitting and
nn- Mitchell suggested that .-In- take up painting,
which -lie dii<. finding it completely fascinating. She sold
her first pictun for a dollar Frances now paints from six
to i hi hour: ; day and has sold over forty pictures. The
moncj is used tor art scholarships for the ninth and tenth
grade children under the direction it tie' art supervisor ol
p schools
The Wolfsons travel ;i great deal and have friends all
over the world. On a quiet evening at home, the deep in1
Ing thai thej have for each other docs not need voids ll<
read.-, and shi paints. They play goll together and try to
get awaj for ((met weekends Last week, Frances won the
Presidents Cup lor goll at Westview Country club.
With Frances, her husband is always first. Both of
them are busy with their own interests, but always find
tune to be an important factor in the life of their com
munity and glad they are able, in the plenitude of their
own life, to help others With it all. Frances has no in-
hibitions. She expresses herself, the real Frances, by hav-
ing u firm belief there is one God. and He is good.
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Miss Sandi-Jo Gorson and Mark
William Gordon exchanged wed-
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Philadelphia in Philadelphia. Pa.,
on Friday. Dec 25.
The bride is the daughter ol Mr
and Mrs. Norman S Gorson. of
the Regency House. Miami Beach.
The groom's parents an' Or. and
Mrs. [sadore Gordon, ol Phoenix
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For her wedding, the bride chose
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gown featuring full-length 9loevcs
and white mink portrait collar,
and detachable tram of the same
mohair. The lour-tieied headpiece
of candlelight illusion featured
teardrop pearls for trimming She
carried a bouquet ot white calla
lilies
Decor ol the wedding was all in
pink
.Matron ot honor was Mrs Edwin
Rosenthcl, of Philadelphia Maid
ol honor was Mi-s Carol Gordon
Miss Carol Gordon
Best man for his brother was
Robert Gordon. Head usher was
brother of the bride. Craig Gor-
son. ol Miami Beach, and the fol-
lowing ushers:
William Gorson, Wynnewood,
Pa : Arnold Rosolf. Merion, I'a ;
Michael Wiener and Kenneth lirait.
Melrose Park, I'a: Fdwin Rosen-
thol. Philadelphia: Stephen Leap
man. Phoenixvillc. Pa.: Benjamin
Ungeleider, Norristown, Pa ; Ste-
phen Bodzin, Ann Arbor, Mich :
MRS. MARK CORDON
and Irving Rome, New York City
Reception lor the over 300 quests
lasted until sundown. The couple
honeymooned in New York and
are living in Philadelphia, when'
the groom attends Jefferson Med
ical College, and the bride is a
student at Mocre College of Art.
The bride is the granddaughter
of the late Mr and Mrs George
Gorson and the late Mr and Mrs
Samuel Bolder, all of Philadelphia,
' and were all winter residents in
Miami Beach since 1934
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Nancy. Joy Kreinberg bei i
the bride ot Michael .ia> Lev it
in 7 o'clock rites on Saturday, Jan.
i the Diplomat Country club.
Kabbi Leon Kronish officiated.
The bride i> the ter ol Mr.
,.nd Mrs. li G. Kreinberg, 330 w
17th St Miami Beach. The j;rooni
-in ol Mr-. Ruth i-evinson
the late Dr. David Levinson,
\orth Miami Beach,
Maid < i hue h .i- berta Le>
besl man was Mi
Kro > Steve Kreinberg,
Queri lo Larry Lyatt and
Mark 5pi et i >. ushers.
ted from Miami
I'.eacl High Sch-">! and attended
, t i:iv ri sit} ol Flori
! iduated f r o m
reel High School and
tinver-itv "t Florida, lie is
ll I'nivei sit) ot Ton
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Twins to Play
Duo Piano Sundayfl
The public is invited to :i conet
:>i duo-piano music prc-<
14 year-old twins. Martin and $|J
ven Vann, in the Dixie lloom 4
the Musician- Club ot America]
303 Minorca. Coral Gable- it
i-in, Sunday.
The program will consist ol th-l
Poulenc Double Concerto in i: m
nor; Romance from Suite \i
by Rachmaninoff; Liszt HungariaJ
Rhapsod) No 2 for two piansa
nd the Grieg Concetto in A minor]
Martin .u:i\ Steven have si idii
v. ith Peggj Neighbors Erwin fc[
iv e yea'- and have twice been t
I ists with the Miami Symphon
Society Orchestra. The twins ^
tend Pence de Leon Junior Higl
where they play trombones in \:
band Their parents are Mr
Mrs Louis Vann.
Opti-Mrs. Will
Hear Speaker
Opti-Mrs Club of Miami
will hold a luncheon meel
Tuesday, 11:43 a.m.. at the Bare
lona Hotel.
Theme of the meeting vvdl b- i
"Do you want to find real
i:i"" and "Secret nl suci. -
marriage "
Mrs. Gene Troop, program
man. will introduce Dr. Gilbi
llolloway. radio and trlov i~:
sonality, a- guest speaker
I)r llolloway. who holds BA \
PhD degrees from Columbia I n
versity and i- a member ol |
staff of Teachers College, i
demonstrate telepathy, damn.
ance, prophecy and the psych
studies of Dr. J B. Rhine
Business session will includ
discussion ot the club's anna.
fund raising dinner set for Mar it
at the Deauville Hotel start
Danny Thomas
Mrs, Louis Pilzer is president cl
" Opti-Mrs, of Miami Beai I
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I he i i tp e w ill live
Women's Group
Slates Speaker
Miami Chapter oi the America
Society ol Women Accountant- ui
hold its dinner and meet ins "
Tuesdav, 6:30 p.m at the M. \
lister Hotel.
Speaker tor the evening will b
Mrs, Jane Roberts, chairman i
the Dade County School Board
Mi Ri berts will discuss "Bus
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She will l-i> .jiv e a report ol ti
Governin s Conference on Ihe s'
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an illusion of a double wrap
around skirt. The Nat Sokolows
were also in attendance. She.
chose black chiff-in with a full
>kirt and ostrich-trimmed pan-
niers Carmen red satin was the
color of Mrs. Max Weitz's cock-
tail suit. The bodice of her dress
was embroidered with silver bu-
gle beacN and [ringed with cav-
iar be;;ds. .Mrs. Charles Merwit-
/cr chose pink chiffon with an
embroidered ribbon lace bodice.
1 lie Nathan llanduerkers, of Na-
than's hi Coney Island, were in
town lor the dinner, and .-he was
seen in a black coi-kt.nl dress,
HE Hebrew Academy held Its
17- i annual scholarship din
er S 'day evening at the Dean
,11.....lei Guests of honor were
lr. aid Mrs Samuel Rcinhard.
cr gown was slate blue satin
,wth \ hite chalk beading around
the s ooped neckline and band-
ing her matching jacket. The ad
dies- as given by Michael S.
Com; Ambassador of Israel to
the 1 -:ied Nations. Mrs Comay's
-our as a two-piece golden silk
forma with a floral print in
burnt orange, green and bark.
Her verblouse skimmed the
waist ind featured a scooped ba-
teau neckline Mrs. Louis Me:
witcei whose husband is presi
dent t the Academy, chose an
ombr< green lame tormal with
a (let- V neckline.
Cha rman of the evening was
Leonard Rosen, and hi^ wife -
.-ilk ^ .m was in tones and shades
Of L.'i"'i- In a floral print with
a white background. School Board
member, Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyer*, was in a black -ilk rib
bon lace with a matching jacket
A bli ck silk crepe sheath ^kirt
and ; white cloonej lace bodice
was \ tii by Mrs. Gussie Amdur.
Mrs. loe Post chose a sequined
vellov chiffon with white caviar
beadi creating a lloral design.
Mi Louis Schwartiman's fol-
iage preen silk crepe was detail
ell with gold lame embroider>
aroun her decollete V neckline
\lut. canai\ >;lk crepe with a
harlequin design ol gold sequins
was Mrs. .1 o e p h Hoffman's
choice for the evening \ black
French crepe formal with white
mink across the slashed bateau
neckline was worn by Mrs. Sid
nej : abinowiti Mrs Alex Miller
selected a white silk formal
sheath skirt and a hand-sequinerl
overblouse in soft iridcscenl pas
tel t< nes
From Brooklyn, Mr- Seymour
' Inhard wore charcoal and
brocade in a long-sleeved,
floor li ngth gown. Her sister in
lav. Mrs l.< Reinhard, chose
a pm tier blue silk crepe I
with a leaf pattern created with
mbroi lered silver line d
bugli beads Mi-- Phyllis Rein-
hard was in a white -ilk 01
v itri delicate rosebuds embroid
ered in pin'; and green.
Mrs. Don th. silver wore a
while sequined -heath with a mo-
saic patiern at the neckline and
hemline of multi-colored bead-.
Ombre blues in a circular print
on -ilk was Mrs. George Lazarus'
choice for the dinner. Mrs. Jacob
Rifkin's -heath and matching
full-length coat were in white
-ilk matelessc with pink satin
encircling her waist Cold lame
with gold sequins and bugle beads
in a sheath silhouette was worn
ii> Mrs Shepard Broad. Emerald
green with a geometric pattern
in goid lame was the labile in
Mrs. Philip Simon- -own cut
with a knee-length sheath over
the floor-length gown so thai it
could be worn at either length.
Her daughter. Miss Lynn Simon,
was in black .-atin crepe with an
Empire waistline and an asymet-
ricallj placed bow at one side.
Wife of Miami Beach's Mayor
Melvin Richard wore brocade
.-iik organza in ice yellow Her
floor-length gown was cut to give
Batya Mizrachi
Meet Wednesday
Batya chapter of Mizrachi will
observe Child Restoration Month
Youth Aliyah, with an auction and
white elephant sale on Wednesday
evening. 8 30 p m., i" the Charles
Rosenberg Memorial Hall "i re n
pic Adath Yeshurun Mrs Jonah E
Caplan, president ol the chapter
announced
Proceeds of the affair will go
inward tin rehabilitation of need)
children ci nun- into Israel A sum
ol $600 will support one child foi
a lull > Tin- is the 3ist annivi ta ol
Youth Aliyah. During this p<
113.000 young people were cared
[or bj Youth Aliyah.
In charge ot the affair are \li -
H) man Kurtz, chi irman Mrs B i
Herman, co-chairman, Mr- Da\id
Litman. Mrs. Harry Lerner.
Joseph Kronen and Mrs Al Shave
W It/
kJRS. Han*) Genet's gown was
"' a blue pink crepe with satin
Dl d -ilver-lined bugle bead.- em-
broidered on her bodice. Her
gown wa- topped with a full-
length white peau de snie coat. I-rne triple
Mrs. Martin Genet wore an aqua- ni.,| t,, ;,
in rinc -:1k crepe gown with
matching col red crystal tear
drops on her bodice. A white silk
evening skirt with a multi-colored
sequined overblouse was worn
b) Mrs, Irving Genet, and Mrs.
Sol Genei was in a black brocade
with a CUt-OUt back.
Mrs. Alexander Gross chose
a mint green brocade cocktail en-
semble with a jeweled bodice. A
shocking pink and gold brocade
theatre ensemble was seen on
Mrs, Maurice Kellner. Seafoam
green and white with white se
quins in a vertical striped -heath
was the choice ,n Mrs. George
II. I'ickir Mrs. .lack Popick'S
calu.-a coral pem de sole -heath
featured a fishtail poof In back
and a white jeweled illusion
bodice.
Massachusetts Clvb Meeting
its Club ot Greater
hold !- first meeting
yeat next Wednesday,
i -: c Sea Isle Hotel.
recently installed officers by Jus
lici Jason will conduct
the meeti
president
Massachu
Miami will
o! the new
s 30 p m .
r Jacobs is
Pahitinz; : :asins
The Old 1 I has
[our painl n t ex
hibil set ons
!he> wen i' Mi i '.> Bers
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York connois-our I t Old I
[eatures a Go mi"! Bui i serve !
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Skigen, Stepner
Exchange Vows
In the gardens of the Roney
Plaza Hotel. Barbara Ellen Step-
ner became the bride of Dr. Jack
Skigen. The bride is the daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. A. Lester Stepner,
of No. Bay Road. Miami Beach.
The groom is the son of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Skigen. of
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Escorted by her father down the
floral decorated grand stone stairs
and continuing along an ai-le path
between cascades ol French heath-
er and giant pink floral arrange
ments. the bride chu-e a gown of
white Italian silk satin fashioned
with a bodice reenibroidered with
alencon lace and seed pearls
Hailed by o matching chapel train,
silk tulle veil was cap
pearl studded pillbox.
she carried her confirmation Bible
covered with white orchids and
cascade- ol stephanotis and wisps
o! tulle
Mi-- Marian Waldman. ol Cin-
cinnati. U.. cousin of the bride.
attended as maid ot honor. Miss
Caryle Rlatt and Mi.-- Beverly
Blatt. nieces of the groom, ol
Pittsburgh, and Miss Esther Ma
ZOr. of Miami Beach, were her
other attendant-.
Dr. Robert Goddard was the
groom- be-t man. and Dr. Ron
aid Shallow. Dr. Ilcnr\ Dean and
Stephen Stepner, the bride's broth-
er, were ushers.
Jill Karon Miller, cousin
bride, was flower girl and
C Matter, godson of the
parent-, was ring bearer.
Mis- Stepner attended
Beach High School. Syracuse Uni-
versity, and is a graduate ol the
I nrversitj of Florida, a member
ol Pi Si! man Alpha, political sci
ence honorary, and Theta Sigma
Phi, journalism fraternity.
Dr Skigen graduated cum lade
from the l niverslty ol Pittsburgh
where be also obtained a Master's
m education and a Doctor of Medi-
rine degrees. He completed his
: p-iip and residence al Jack
son Memorial Hospital He is a
member ot the clinical faculty of
Hie Department of Psychiatry at
he University ol Miami Medic!
He is also consulting psy-
... ..,, a| tne Jewish Home lor
;.,. \ .-,|. lie i- .. member Of Phi
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\: v an extended honeymoon
in VIcxico, the couple will live in
\: iami
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bride's
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Friday, January 8, 1965

Dlanning the Jan. 17 dinner of the Greater M -
-mi Religious Zionists at the Deauville Hot^l
are seated (left to righ"1 Rabbi David Lehrfield,
rian P. Galbut, honorary chairman; Max
Hecht. co-chairman; and Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Aguc'ath Israel Hebrew Institute, publicity
chairman. Standing (left to right* are Her-
man EisenbWg. Henry Groudan, Rev. Solo-
mon Cooper. Rev. Joseph Krantz, Louis Dublin,
Sol Ra^hin and Jack Ciment, all co-chairmen
of the event.
Religious Zionists Plan Dinner Here On January 17
Religious Zionists of America.
izrachi -Hap o e
reater Miami, will hold a banquet
id reception at the Deauville Ho-
I on Sunday Jan 17. 5 p.m.
The function will honor presi
Hamizrachi of doits oi Greater Miami's Ortho-
dox synagogues,
Proceeds will furl her the schol
arship program ol immigrant
youth of Israel
Dr. Maxwell Dauer (left professor of radiation physics at the
University of Miami, displays food which has beer, preserved
or 18 months, by the use of Cobal' 60 and qamrr.a irradiation.
\ slice of halibut and leg of chicken are examples of the pre-
servation techniques now used by Isiael's Technion Univer-
sity. He spoke at a meeting of the South Florida Chapter of
he Technion Society where Judge Frederick N. Barad (second
rcm right) was elected president. Southeas' Regional Director
-eo Rutstein is at right, shown with Dr. Irving Leluman. a
-nember of Technion's national board.
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Rabbi Herschel Sehacter, na-
tional chairman of the Religious
Zionists Presidium, now in Is-
rael, will be guest speaker and
deliver the address.
Chairman ol the dinner is Abe
Aranoff Miami Beach Councilman
Hyman P. Galbul is serving as
honorary chairman Co-chairmen
are Rev Solomon Cooper. Rev
Joseph Krantz, Morris Friedman.
C GluckOA skj Hen r y Grou
Max Hecht, Milton Kahan I B
Kramer, Louis Merwitzer. Re*
\ ,i s.iii a, Bi n iam W< i
.iihI Phillip \\ < iss
Sol Rashin is director ol th<
Greater Miami Religious Zionists
i 'hapter,
In In' honored are William Co
hen, Agudath Israel Synagogue;
Jack Ciment, Beth Tfilah Congre
gallon; Jacob C. Cohen, Commun
itj Synagogue; Moses J. Grund
K'crg, Beth Israel Congregation:
Louis Dublin. Kncseth Israel Con
gation; Joseph Zalis, Beth El
ngn at ion I>r Sol Nussbaum,
Young Israel ol dealer .Miami:
and Jacob Silbovitz, Etz Chaim
Sj nagogue.
Rabbinical Committee includes
Rabbis Berel Aranoviti, Jonah
E. Caplan, Isaac Hirsch Ever,
Alexander Cross, Morris L. Hor-
oviti, David Lehrfield, Joseph E.
Rackovsky Solomcn Schiff, Sher-
win Stauber, Tibor Stern and
Berel Wein
some 100 local leaders are
sponsors ol the dinner, which will
start at ti p m
North County T
Slates Classes
Binah Bar net t will conduit a
class in musical comedy at the
.North County YMHA on Mondays,
from 3:30 to ."> p.m.. tor boys and
girls in third through sixth grade
other activities to start the
week Ol Jan. 11 will include ballet
and modern dance lor girls, kin
dergarten through second grade
Tuesday, :( mi to 5 p.m.. and for
third through sixth grade girls
Thursday. 3:30 to 5 p.m. Junior
science for boys and girls fourth
through sixth grade will be held
Friday, 3:30 to 5 p.m.
The classes are conducted at the
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The Temple auditorium will be
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Daniel and Dimitri. with songs
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Pelti Mom Law Office
Barnett Peltz announces the rt.l
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In Book Review
Temple Israel Sisterhood vij
hold its second "Sound of i.
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a.m.
Dr. Joseph R Narot. spin ...
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Miami, will rex lew "fterzog, |
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Auxiliary Installs
Mrs. Daniels
Mrs. Sydney Daniels, new pres-
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the Miami Showmen's Association,
was installed Wednesday at the
Everglades Hotel.
Also taking office were Ann
Tara. Dorothy Cohen and Myrtle
Duncan, vice presidents: Hilda Ro
man. recording secretary: Neva
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Alberta Mack, treasurer, and Man
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Friday, January 8. 1965
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Paqe 11-2
J^ctt ^Sar.dy Rostn ^
Sanely, cfaugltter orflr and Mrs.
ii i Kosen, <'i ukiki \v Broad-
will observe her Bat
Mitzvah ;it Tempi*' Menorah Fri-
. >ning, Jan. h.
An ing from Baltimore are
Sandj sister, Mrs. Lary Hayman,
. ,.,i her uncle and aunt. Mr. and
Mrs Jack Rosen, and their daugh-
ters, Mrs. Rosen's lamily from
anad i, Mr and Mrs. Stanley
Fruchtman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Snitman, Miss Bill) Gertaen and
Mrs Anne Altaian "ill participate
in the happy occasion
A Bas Mitzvah party will bo ten
rlored l<> Sandy on Saturday nighl
b> her parents at their homo in
which the family and a large num-
ber ot friends will participate.
Kabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
officiate at the observance.
Jaclyn Kirschenbaum
Jaclyn Merle, daughter ot Can-
tor and Mrs. Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum, will celebrate her bas Mitz-
vah at Beth Torah Congregation
,,, Friday evening, Jan 8. s. n
ices will be conducted by Rabbi
Anshe Ernes Will
Install Officers
Sunday Evening
Congregation Anshe Emes \*ill
install Emanuel Kushelewitz pres-
dent .n ceremonies Sunday, 7 30
p m., at the synagogue, 2533 sw
I9th Ave
Judge Louis Handel will also in-
stall Max Baron, first vice presi-
rtent; Max Rothbeind, second vice
president; Max Sussman, record-
ing secretary; Sam Esterman, fi-
ncial secretary; Joseph Picus,
treasurer; and Irving Sacks, Hue
ben Yusko and George Baron,
t: ustees
Ladles' Auxih.n> in be installed
lude Mesdames Lillie Noodel-
a, president; Jeanette Roden,
first vice president; Ann Yusko,
second vice president; Mary Weis
r, recording secretarj. Dora Sha.
treasurer; Ann Mills, finan-
secretary; and Bettj Cam-
"(k. corresponding secretarj
New president of the congre-
qation was a member of the
Sons of Israel and Young Israel
of the Bronx. Kushelewitz is a
charter and life member of the
Jewish Postal Workers Welfare
Lcagce of New York. Past pres-
ident of the New York Letter
Carriers, he held the offices of
[financial secretary, recording
[secretary, recording secretary
nd vice president of that organ-
ization.
^Kushelewitz was a delegate to
Central Trades and Labor
hincil. He i^ a Mason and mem
"t Algonquin Lodge ot New
Turk
Toastmaster for the Sunday in-
It)illation will be Irving Sperling.
Irs. Regina Bailen will entertain
[with Jeffrey Pearl and Miss Hetty
fa mm it.-
I. Kirschenbaum
Sandy Kosen
Max A LipschilZ and her father.
Canter Kirschenbaum, a.'v'sted by
the adult choir, under the direc-
tion ot Mrs. Jack Donnerstag.
Jaclyn, a seventh grade student
at John F. Kenned) Junior High
School, is on the Principal's Honor
Roll. She is an active member ot
the Beth Torah Junior L'SY. Can
tor's Sabbath morning choir and
former hostess and secretary ol
the Junior congregation.
Attending the Bas Mitzvah ill
be her grandparents, Mr and Mrs
I). 15. Gorovilz, formerly of Chi
cago, and Mrs Hose Kirschenbaum.
imanuei KVSMiifwrrz
Denise Darcel
At Fonfainebleau
Denise Darcel opened Wednes-
.'> night at the Cluh Gigi in the
Fontainebleau Hotel for a one-
week engagement through next
Tuesday. Motion picture, televi-
sion and recording star, she will
entertain nightly at 10:30 p.m.
Music for dancing "ill feature
the rhythms of Lenny Dawaon and
his Fontainebleau orchestra, al
ternating uh the Latin beat ol
Julio Gutierrez's band, with John-
ny Rojas on the vocals.
fashion Show tor ORT
Miami Beach Afternoon Chapter
n Women's American ORT will
hold a regular monthly meeting at
the Monte carlo Hotel on Wednes-
day, 11 4."> am The program will
feature a fashion show by Judy's
High Style Hand Knits. ORT mem
bers will be the models.
ol Miami. A special visitor from
Canada, is a great-aunt. Mrs. Mary
Shapiro.
Cantor and Mrs. Kirschenbaum
will tender the Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing services.
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Michael Arnold
Michael, son ot Blanche Arnold,
11 2288 nf. 173rd St.. will become
I'.ar Mitzvah on Saturday, Jan. 9.
.it Temple Adath Yeshurun. Rabbi
Jonah E. Caplan and Cantor Man
i ice Neu w ill officiate
Michael is a seventh grader at
John F Kennedy Junior High
School. He has won trophies in ath-
letic.-. He has a brother Dennis,
. gc 14.
K'ddusii reception will follow the
service.
Stephen Lapinsohn
On Saturday morning, Jan. !).
Stephen, son of Dr. and Mrs. Leon
ard Lapinsohn, of 708 Sistina, Cor
a) Cables, will become Bar Mitz-
vah at Temple Zion.
Rabbi Allied Waxman will offi-
ciate
Eddie Wacks
Eddie, son of Mr and Mrs. Mau
rice Waeks, ol 131 NF 163rd SI .
will become Bar Mitzvah on Sat
i.rday. Jan it. al Beth Torah Con
gregation.
Rabbi Max A LipschitZ will ol
ficiate, assisted bj Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum. Eddie will be
presented with a Bible on behalf
ol the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood
Fddie is a member of the tilth
.ra.le Hebrew School graduating
class
Elliot Tarabour
Elliot, son of Mr. anil Mrs Al
11 rt Tarabour, "ill be Bar Mitz-
vah at Temple Or olom on Satur-
day, Jan. 9.
Rabbi Samuel April will officiate
and present Elliot with the Ner
Tamid Award.
Elliot i> a Life Smut member in
Jroup 312 He is an eighth grade
student at West Miami Junior
High School His hobbies are coin-
collecting and football.
Cantor Nico Feldman will chanl
the liturg]
Mr and Mrs. Tarabour "ill host
the Kiddish iti honor of their son-
Bar Mitzvah
Norman Lichtenfeld
Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs
Seymour Lichtenfeld, of 19450 NE
2lsl Ct, will become Bar Mitzvah
mi Saturday, Jan 9. at Beth Torah
Congregation.
Rabbi Max A Lipschitz "ill "t
ficiate, assisted bj Cantor Ben-
Zion Kirschenbaum Norman will
be presented with a Bible on be-
half of the Mollie Kahaner Sister-
hood.
Norman is a member of the fifth
grade Heine" School graduating
class.
Among out-of-town guests who
will attend the ceremony are his
grandparents, Mr, and Mrs, Dave
Dunaetz, of Los Angeles.
i
Michael Cohen
Michael, son ol Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Cohen. lTL'L'L' NAV 9th Cl will
be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Jan.
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9, at Temple Adath Yeshurun.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan and Cantor
Maurice Neu will officiate.
Michael is an eighth grader at
Parkway Junior High School. He
plays the Sousaphone in the school
band. Hjjj brother llauj is 17
years old.
Kiddlish reception will follow
the sen ice.
Thomas Krefeti
on Saturda) morning, Jan. 9,
at 11 a.in Rabbi Morris A. Kipper
will oitieiate at the Bar Mitzvah
d Thomas Stuart, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Krefelz
Thomas ig in seventh grade at
the Southwest Preparatory School
and is active in school sports lie
is proficient in swimming, water-
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Mr. and Mrs. Krelet/. will spon-
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honor following services. Thomas
will continue with his religious
school studies.
Allen Bassin
On Saturday, Jan. 9, at mincha
services al 4:30 p.m., Kabbi S. T.
av.ir.sk> will officiate at the Bsr
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Simon Ku-4.\. ol Canada, gre
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Allen Bttends Cutler Ridgi
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Marsha Coulton
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grade student at Shenamloah Ju
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Friday, January 3, 1955

Key Gifts Program
To be Headed By
Kaplan, Harris Her
A vital ne campaign pro] 1
of Key Gifts led by
Marshall s Han and Leon Kap-
* ho has sen ed as chairmen
tl 1 'I'., u ainl Professions
Council Appeal
Acceptance bj the t \\ <> commu
I'.il ; aders ol -he hi Ji p is
was announced b> Dr, Irving Lehr-
rum. CIA chairman.
"I am pleased that Marshall
Harris and Leon Kaplan will
head the Key Gifts program,
which will help the Combined
Jewish Appeal expand its sup-
port to agencies both at home
and abroad by receiving maxi-
mum assistance of those in our
community who have the capa-
bility of making our Combined
Jewish Appeal one of the fore-
most Jewish philanthropic
drives, not only here, but
CJA Announces
Goal for 1965
At a lion voyage meeting Mon-
day in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing Lehrman, sponsored u>
Campaign Cabinet of the 1%;
Combined Jewish Appeal, a jjoa
ol $1,435,080 was recommended.
The goal, which is approximate
|j SoO.uoo above the 1964 CIA goal
will be presented to the Executive
Committee ol the Federation toi
official ratification.
"We are all cognizant ol th<
many additioi al programs ami ai
i derated sen-ices made possibU
..'i our Federation agencies
i the local community because of
i ur -uccess in meeting our 196-1
..,,..! Rabbi Lehrman stated.
Once -.:ir. v e are called upon
1 t xpanding needs and an
i for life-saving
> and abroad, and
,,,... .:. a icci --ml cam-
needs at
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or '
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IEON KAPIAM
throughout the country," the
chairman declared.
Both Kaplan and Harris scr\<
m the 1965 CIA Campaign Cabinet.
Kaplan, prominent attorney and
lartner in the law firm of Myers.
ileiman and Kaplan, is a vice pre!
ident of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. He served si chair-
man of the 25th anniVCTMO meet
ing of the Federation and is a na-
tionally-known leader of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board,
which helps to sponsor and admin
>ter Community Center program-
if the YM and YWHA ol Greater
Miami and in cities throughout the
.ountry.
Recipient of the President's Lead
-rship Award as an outstanding
voung leader of the Greater Miami
lewish community in 1963. Harris
lerves as a member of the Execu
live Committee of the Federation
ind as a member of the Board o!
Directors of the YM and YWHA
if Greater Miami.
He i- a partner in the law firm
i; Harris and Robinson, and ha>
ilayed a key role in the develop
rn! of dership for I torn-
MARSHALL HARRIS
billed Jewish Appeal and Federa
' tion, particularly by the younger
leaders of the community.
The Key Gilts chairmen stated
that the new program would be
their opportunity "to obtain vital
support for CJA's 41 agencies com-
, mensurate with the vital task to
bring additional fund.s to the local
agencies of Federation, and at the
same time to help the Inited Jew
ish Appeal and its agencies rescue
and resettle a record number of;
men. women and children in Is
rael and 30 countries overseas dur-
ing the coming year."'
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Church-State
Expert Due Here
Saturday Evening
Asthma Research Drive Camp Reunion
At Temple Israel
rilliar
hominc
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bf B'nc-
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lented
ek
L. Pailot has been
%d as chairman of
da Regional Board of
-Defamation Leaque
B'rith to succeed Rur-
Pallot wiil be pre-
a slate of officers
.on at the annual
of the board Sun-
17. 9 a.m.. at I
riaza Hotel.
leth El Night
Hated Tuesday
Both E '-!' i'1 ,l(' h*'1'1 Tues
- p ;it Congregation Beth
Louis 'iwarUman, executive
I tor the Bureau of Jewish
lucatioi will review "The Cho-
t>n One b> Harry Simonhofl
i ;: iff will be present lo
ike part :i the discussion.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, president
il the South Florida Council of
American Jewish Congress and na.
tional vice president of thl Con
'-ie>>. announces that an overt low
crowd is expected at the first an-
nual community-wide winter meet
ing of the Council on Saturday,
B p.in .it the Everglades Hotel,
Guesl speaker will be Leo Pfef-
fer, special counsel of American
Jewish Congress, and chairman <>l
the Department of Political Sci-
ence of Lony Island I'niversity.
Pfeffer is an outstanding au-
thority on church-state relation-
ships and during the last decade
has been personally involved in
major church and state cases
decisions by the United States
Supieme Court.
A Scroll oi Tribute will be award
ed to Pfeffer and t.> Bernard S
Mandler, chairman <>t the Commi*.
Mini on Lav and Social Action ol
Ihc South Florida Council, in n i
i .nit."ii <>i their work in behall
ci\il rights and civil liberties
];, freshments will be served,
i reset vations ( an be made !>>
i eph 1 Yanich, regiona
Children's Asthma Research In
stitute and Hospital Chapter
members will engage in a one-
day crusade on Tuesdas to collect
donations.
Surfside Music
Society Concert
Next conceit Oi the Surfside So-
ciety will be held at the Surfside
c immunity Center on Monday,
8 30 p.m.
Artists t" l>e featured include
Rose Byrum, coloratura; Victor
Marchaesie. tenoi. Natalie Deich.
A reunion reception was held
at Temple Israel of Greater Miami
recently, with members of the
Southeast Camp Institute located
at Cleveland, Ga.
S. Ronald 1'illot. chairman oi
Temple Israel's Camp Committee,
announced the meeting was held
in Wolfsnn Auditorium
17.\ ear-old concert pianist: and
Sady Kaye, accompanist
Councilman Louis Hoberman,
wsidenl of the Society, will pre-
side.
Austin Burke is Speaker
Austin Burke was an installing
officer and guest speaker for the
Wilton Manor. Ft. Lauderdale, Ki-
wanis Club on Wednesday at the
Far East Imperial Restaurant in
Pompano Beach
Students Participate
Student- ol Temple Zamora Re-
ligious >choo| who participated
in the parent-, son and dau hti
SI sii.;i on Friday evening wen1
Sue Karen Lederman, who de
livered the sermonette, Bruce Rein,
Ricky Josepher, Louis Bii i i
waig, Lisa Ten and Harvey Fish-
ii man

riiri ctor al
i on grass Offi<
iestaurcnt Group Dance
ln-tall; 'ii dinner dance ot the
11 eater iliami Restaurant Asso
Dation v. be held Jan. 19 at the
Everglade Hotel. Johnny Masters
Ind his c I hestra will play for the
Ufair. < It going president is
beorge M. lory, of Jordan Marsh,
picoming president is Lionel Cha-
iood nd beverage director for
koctors ispltal. Perry Shafton.
[ho i- ir barge ol arrangements,
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At Menorah
Daniel Neal Heller, past national
commander of the Jewish War
Veterans, will be guesl speaker
at th i, pie Menorah Men's Club
Brotherhood breakfast on Sunday
morning at 10 a m.
The Tope on the .lews' will DC
the title of Hellers talk As na-
tional commander, he was grant-
ed a papal audience in the Vati-
can. Hen Krovetz, president of
Ihe Men- Club, has appointed the
following to act as a committee
lor the Brotherhood breakfast:
Ben Alter. Alex Friedman. Lester
Goldberg, Herbert Kaplan. Mar
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Nelson. Ed Schuman, Norman Sha-
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Friday. January 8. 19j
of rtjiw mm
Rabbi Kaplan, 90
Passes at Home

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Services will be Frir'iy, 11 a m.,
= t TerriDle Israel, with Dr. Jo<.-
tph R. Narct and Cantor Jacob
3orn;tein officiating.
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Dies Here at 84
PI .man, ol 223 i SW 21sl
died here Mon 4
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Exi hange Cluh
- rviving are his wife, \>
three sons. David. Miami. Raj
. nd Samuel. I oth of Flint.
three daughters, Mrs Pearl Du-
bois Dclra> Beach. Mrs. Ethel
k i man, Buffalo, N Y and Mrs.
Bess Lande, San Francisco, Calil ;
randchildren and eight great-
grandchildren.
Services were Wednesday, Jan.
C, ;it Gordon Funeral Home, with
interment in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
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Betore Zionists
Jacob <" r'ishman. chain
the Weekly Luncheon I
sored b> the Miami Beai
nt the Zionist Organizati nf
America ea< h Wednei
p in ;tt the Rid Plan H
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Kuth. a past president i
Miami Beach Zionist Distr
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Defamation League ol B nai
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news, and community sinj
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Committee are Joseph Alter, Lo -
Rabincwitz, Abe Rubin, Bernard
ECatZ, Herman Wilson and Fayi
Tupler
Rabbi Skop to Speak
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ilj Clerk
Tallanofr, Waller a- i.hmuii
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January 8, 1965
+Jelsliik)nkfian
Paqe 15-E
LEGAL NOTICE
>T<
NOTICE OF APPI 'CATION
FOR TAX DEED
lAPTERJf ACTS OF 1941
File AA 21769
l> IIEHEHV UIVEX II "
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;:,.". 1 i\3 and S34I, laaued Ih.
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L, Hi i '"! hna >:' !
f, | ., tax dei 'l i" i- is-md
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.; \ilil I'In I Hook 18. Pay.
in Ihi Count) of Had*, Mat* of
|.ri.i.i. an unbraced in Certificate
p ; v *, HJ4IIII II' -I' I I I'l.l.-
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M.ro'i d hi '' llflcatl No I3KS. Th.'
[. --n.. nt "f -:'i'i i'l")"-' tj n r
,i certificate i-Mi.-.i war in Hi.-
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MYMU
BY HENRY LEONARD
n of N W ft Lnta IT & 18,
K "., Security A.l.in.. Plat It*.>k .1. I
. *1, lu th* founty ..f l>a.ic, si:n. I
,'.,. .1- embraced in Certificate
11 i ii- a-s. -mil in of -aid
k|n-n> under tin -.. 'i certificate i--
'.l vv.m in ill* name "i Win. W.
Phis del will '" laaued anhjecl to
(standing delinquent t'it> "i Miami
,' i tlflcnte* ahall he re-
,i .. 11tit; i" law, Hi.- |>rop*rt)
; |>ed h*n In ill b* -"I'l i" the
(hex! bidder i th* Court lloua*
.- i.n th*- flrat Mondn) In the in.'nth
I'.-lru..') A.II '" lii' li i" 111"
da) el l ebruai > Al
I ... ilii- IWtli da) "i I ember
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K II l.l'.v rilEIUlAX. Clerk,
i t. I >ade i 'nuni *. l-'l"i Ida
i itj p I-' iltildstrand
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|n the county judges court
in and for dade county.
florida in probate
No. 65403-A
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I'Altnl, S II IMIU'RH,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ml i 'i. illt.i and All l'i -"- 11
k^ 'luim I'. pi 'if.- v ii
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ereb) notified and n
ll i. |n w ill an .i -ni'i ib niands
I ,iv iui\e RRainai Ihi en-
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.. t l i.nl. i "nuni i l-"l"i Ida, I.
:.. Judaea "i I'a.I.- Co inty, ami
:!.. name in ilui'li. .! and na i
|.li .< In lion '". I I*, Ploi i'l.i Wat -
.v. m ihi r nffli In 1he i'"tin )
in i >;.'! 'ount). Kl.....la,
iili n xlx calendar nn>nih* from the
. i1. i p Miration hereof,
ill.- auim 'II barred
i i.il in Miami, Hi.rida, I bin I
i 1.....lb. '. AH l'".|.
IIOSK LtVKN
As KXI .'lit IIX
publication "f thin not I.....
i -. da) of .i.ui.i' v.
IKOIMIE I I-M.I VNt)PF
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"Well girls, whose grandchildren
shall we talk about today?"
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. S0045-A
IN HE Batata ..i
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HICIINAKI i l.i:i K. iWITZ
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,
T.> All i 'r. 'lii' and VII I'i ii- ll.i -
intr rktlaaa ol Hetnanda Asa uw fttW
I : :.i
You in In i l>> notlfl. .1 and i <-
iinir.. manda whl.'h you ma) ha\* ufculnHl
Hi., extat* i.l i'KICNAItli I.KFt'tll'KT.
a k i i:i:i:v \i:h i.i:i'K"Witz de-
ueaaed lai. ol Made Count*; Ki'.ii'la.
I., ii.. riountj .ii.'it'- ..i bad* County.
ami file 111" -aim- in duplicate anrt |
as provided In Hection ;;; ;*. Florida :
si.i' itea, 'ii M'.i! ..fti.-.M .n in.- i*"iin-
t\ i .mi iii..n>. in bade County, 1 lor-
id.i. uiihin -ix iiilendiir nn.mlis from
tin- tim..... ihi lir'i imbHeuHon here-
of, oi the Hani* u.il Ih barred,
l-.ii.il ai Miami, Kll. i.la. tuis 11th
day "I I>> I'ciiibc.-, A.I'. 1964.
sii..\i;v i,ki'Vmiht
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Myera, 11' Iman, Kaplan A; Catamnn
Attorue) I.: A'liiii i .T.A.
! ] S.\V. l-'n-i Sin et
r: 18-85, l.'l-B
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
* kv% i*,t FhridH&r
aollcits your legal notica*.
We appreciate your
patronage and auarantee
accurate service at legal
MHai Fit 3-46t5
lor meseeuaer aenrlce
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THfi
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O r
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 12053
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NOTICE OF SUIT
T". I'airl. ia M. Moore, ii -insli wi
an, lb aidi ii' I'nknot* n, and
remarried, her unkii"n sp"
LEGAL NOTICE
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XnTICK is HKHKHY UIV14N that
Hi. iiml. : -i-n. ii. dealrina lo enaaffe In
h .-in. -- ui der ihi iir '!- name "i
VPHE.N \ .' i K r.nl Stn et. Ilia-
ii nd -.i i.l .......
with the I'd of the i'in
. ii i id* Count). Klorhla
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NOTice UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N"|i T. IS HKHKIO \ ICN thai
hi undi ixni'il, b-slrini .. .':... -
tinilei the i' in......
ZKP i'I.i: VNBKS ,\ I \i XIPV nl
."7''7 N \\ Sevi-nth Vventle, Miami,
i in', ml- ..:: i Kami
with the I'lerk : th. Circuit Courl
: Dudi jnunt). t"l"i Ida.
SKw ki:::\'i'H i:i:\"/> >I.
I'l.KANrilS ,v I.M'NI'KI IXC
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Kttorni --- i"i- \' ni
.."7 tinrie) I llda Miami, Kill
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NiiTH'l-: IS HKKRHT UfA'KX lhal
I he 'imb : laiifii. ibslrtna lorwrn* <"
hiialnraa under the fli'lltlooa name of
UltliSS SHAW & COMPAXY Hi l12
AIuhIi v Itull.llnB, Miami. I'l......
ml in n K>*ti r wild name h '
i ', k ..r id. i ii nil 'mil' "i I '"''
'..nil i. Kl"i lila
illl.HKHT illtl 'SS
MAXWKI.I. II Sll \\\
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Miami, I
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 65-166-A
IN RE: Batato of
AI'.KAII V.M i.TlTTKI.I.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.i All ii..iii..is i.n.l All ivi-.n- Mav- If llvlrat, ..ml ii dead, ii. 1 unknov
mi I'l.uin.- 01 I.......mis Ak.i n-i Said devlwea. leituteee, aran
Eatate: mkw >. I nor*, 11 ui-ti -. rwliti 1
You are hereby notified and no- other claimant*, claimina, !>)- throua
i |rei| to ;..-.,,, in) .urn.- .,tni ii.-- nnder rtualnsi an) "i tin
m.....I- lii"ii '..11 ma) ha\e aaaint named defendunta who are deoeaaed
ih. estate ..1 U'.ftAHAM .jriTT1-'!.!. Vou h hereby
.1....1-..I late of 1'a.I.- County. PloT- ihov.
Ida, i" the iN'unty .I'ulu- .f Iiade
Untinty, and 11. tin aame m (lutliciite
and ..~ proxl.....1 in Section 7SS.H "' Kloi'lda I.....< tor i..... ;
I'l. riihi Ktatutea, III their office, in '" I'"" a inoiuraRi main th
ii" Count) lo.iithoua. in in.,1. Coun- !" '; '.' ':'.' I'',',''::,'.' ,,,,,,,,,,
ty. Morldu. within alx calendui montha '-" '..... '.;. '"' !> ,
from the I I Ihe flrat |i iblicatlon '"" CAHOE I IT^ A.".in
hereol me will I "lai I
I mi. .1 .11 \l la mi. I'l." ida, llm
da) of Hecml 1 \ 1 I91M
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As Bxecutrix
Kir-t publica 1 ion "." ibi- nol
tin I sili il.l .1 I nil.. 1 '.!
RBHNSTEIX ft Mil.1.EH
\ttorne) foi Bxecutrix, Yetta Quitti
." 11 -..ii 11. 1 iila.. 19 W l-'i.ial. r Si
!: I-'-'.'".. 1 l-
in.11 has 1.....11 '
-111 lit 1 ii H8U ;ii~i >"ii in Hi* "Iron
Conn of in Bleventh Judli lai 1'
,.f Kl." Ida n and for l>......'.mm
fi
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 55M7-B
IX UK Ratal* '
1/iCIS A SAMUELS,
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE I _,.,,:, ,| ',;.,,,,-t you In the Circuit
1 l-l-l"-2i appl cation FOR Distribution i(-,.liri ..rtii, Kleranth Judicial Circuit
AND FINAL DISCHARGE ,,,- (elorlda In nnd for Iktdi Count) t
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 64C "404b
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.ii v n| ni:\\ YORK,
Pluini ft.
V-
IIYMAX MAN ltl.t'.MI5i:H * I u\. el al.
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NOTICE OF SUIT
I'i 1 ll\ man Max Ulnmhei and
i 1,i.i Itlunilx wg. Ins ii- .
,, Mi r ii r.iimiii. m
17-17 Ki.. 11.1- LeWiM Boulevard
\s liit.-'in. .7, Nea York
You are herebj notified that Ihe
above captioned action lias been m-
|IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
|1ITM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 131M (Judge Wiseheart)
|MEItlTA KEI.IPR.
I'lulntlff,
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|XTi.N|( 1 M Mil \ BEI.IPE,
I li nil.int.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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\p| X.i
Itionx. Xew >
Ynl' \i:i: IIEItBIIY III .1 lhal
mi foi I n\ 01 c* ha- bei '
I : on, .' nd you hi hen 1 v rc-
.1 r nnawt r
Hi.- idalnl "ii Ihi I'la
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HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR DA IN PROBATE
No C5495-C

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ll";i:i 1 IKK I MI'VIEI., IIBKIE
If SKI., I'.KCKIE SIKti \l KEKIK
KUKI, and MRS H sinr.l..
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Pi ...I \;\ i'i r-.ii- Hnv-
' 01 11 in., 11.is Ah i al Siiiil
1
I an hen bj nottfli < n-\ rarniir-
IT.- an) i.n 1 .mil demanda
\"'i may ha\* aaralnal th*
of I'.iVKIi: KiKUKL, .1 k .1
fl-: SIKUEI., It'K'l SIIMEl.,
p-' sn;i:i.. MRlKIK RIEISAT..
|E m:i;i:i. and Mi's 11 sh:i:i.
id lute "f I'.i i" 1 'minty, Plor-
II th* 1 '"iniix .1.1 iu. of 1 '.i i'
\ ..-''. in., in duplii at*
us |.n 1,1, ,1 in Si' -i"ii
|a Maim. ^. in K a* In
inn' > 1'.. 11 iii. 1-. "1 1 tad* 1 *un -
within alx ealendai
.in the llm* of Hi'
hi' aof, "i .."i" wi'i
ri- ii
.it Miami, l-'l' i Ida, Ihla :'>ih
j^B 1.....ni..
ij^.' \'l 11 \N'li:i. W SIEtlKb
CARL \\ .-11 '. I :i.
\- l-?\. 1 utoi -
publication "i th'n
i.i.\- of Januar), 1*1
KPSTBIN
Att4*^Pj) f"i K\,'.'llti.|-
i-'n ^pki'in
Mlty^Pp. 1,
Ni iTIi'K 1- li. r. I
that I I1.1 v.
filed 1 Final Hi pi 1 and Pi tit Ion for 1 1,
'attribution and h Inal 1 'is. ham
I'n.ilI'lN "f Ihe entate of l.,.iis A
Hamuela, di.....and: and lhal on the
SJnd da) "i January, Mi*."., will anpl)
to Hi. Honorable I'ount) JudRea of j
Imdi I'onnty, ri "iiii.. Mr apprnATtl of
s.ini Kniiil l:i|" and for dlati
nd final dlarhanri a- Executrix '
lite -.....I Ihi ami .1 ib
ii. in 'I'lii- L'i! n *a) "i" Dei in '>
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Kl IS M.IM VV SAMCEI.S
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1-1..I I", I 1-N-l
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE C!RCU T COURT OF THE
ELFVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY \ CHANCERY
No fWC '-W6
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ton
>.\ ina ii.
im.rlaaa" U|ain the foi-
1 il.. .1 !. al in "|" rt)
I...1 :i III...-k .. STi'NKYIiKiM'K ES
> r \'l'i:s. a.. iirdtnu
rhnraof, r^""i led 111 I 'lot Hook
at l'..a. :'." "1 ill" I'll'ln- It.....' "'
1 ia.t. 1 'ount). i'i" Ida, '"a. ihei a Ith
Vein tian lllind*
^ ,,,1 .,'.. .., 1 .1 t.. fil.- ii upon-
-i\.- pl< .nl na :.. plalnliffa mnpliilnl
with Ui. i'l- ik ..I ih* at.....aid '
anil -"i > ''m ih. renl ipon phi li 1
ll.nni -. M VH IMS I'IN'i:. Had*
I'. .1. 1 .il r.nil.lina. Miami. Bloi idl
11,.1 later than lilintar!
1.. ... pen 1 '"in. ami IH be
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 1374b
V\ i.Wi: P.EX SETT,
PU1I1
NATII \Nli:i. I' HESXKTT,
I'. da
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: NATHANIEL K. ItENXKTT
!:.", 1 i|v laion Street, Apt U
1 :\ an.-\ lli>. Inillii n.1
You, NATIIAMKI. K. UKXSKTT,
in.- h. .-b> nnllfied that 1 Hill of
Complaint foi I'lvi-ree haa been filed
Bicainal you, and ymi ari required
I., -.r \. a '"iiy 01 your Anawer or
Pleadim: :' ':" Rill "f Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney, rrwln :.
I'hii-ii". 1IM Coral Way. Miami. dor-
Ida and file ll..- "liainal Anawer
I'had I u in Ihe offic. of Ihe Clel* of
the i'i!-.111 1'ourl -in ..r I1.1..re th.
JOth day "i January'. !**. If >'"" 1ll
1 of the I" ihlli Recon
nl 1 '.,.! 'aunty El.....<
You .11 i'........I to fill 1
-iv.- ph adinu 10 pla mp 11
if the af.in -slid '" n
! and mm \. a cop) thcreol ipon phi 11'
Home) MARTIN BISK, l>ai
keileral BuildliiK, Miami, Florida
ii"! liiii 1 I h.iii .1 n11.11 > --. I "."
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I! I', I.l. \ I'll IM: M \N
. "lerk of lli" I'n .mi Co
. m-al 1 ll> : P. >'' 'l'i:i.A.M '
lieput) Clerk
MARTIN BIXE
11..... i'. I. al liullding
M.., I, El.-!-nl.1. X313I
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65356
IX UK Karat* ol
Mi'KRIS AI'I.F.K
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml reditoi and All 1 nona Ha'
inu Claluta or Demand* Ab'ainat .-..
y,,., ., hi i by notified anil
,,,,ii,.,i ... 11.-. 111 am claims and d<
m.inds ha..|i "" ma) have again*
n,.. ..." ., MtHiRis Ain.Bii '
, uaed I it* of "">" County, Floride
,,, the Count) .ludRea of l>ade Count;
and fil" the aam In duplii ate and
,,. ,.,.,, ii.. d- s... ,, dan .111 by .l.i'.iiilt ivill h- ;,,;;,," ,,.., ;S3.I6. Florid
i.l.-ii m.....-1 >" fl i1"' "li"1 '- '' .1 ... ,,,f. v ,,, the C-ir
...,n.....I In Ih- Hill of Complain! -ami. s il.eii ofl1. -si111 1. '
Th.- notice shall b. publiahod once '> "- !'" L .
.1, w..' f.n r.n.r ..us.-.- iiiw weeka 'hi. within si\ calendai in..ntlis i
n Til. .7eM> rEiVd lI'VVx he .....; of ,... lira, P>'.**' "'"
IM.NB \ni- "Ki'i'Ki'i. al Miami, '' '"" '''" "'".!", ';'"',',. .
i-'ii.i.,. Ihla ir.th da) -I Hecember, Haled Jl ,ln,,"''AKJor'dai ""
1: I'. I.EA rilKRMAN, 1- k,
iii i'oiii I '.ni. i '"*in!\. Elm Ida
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I.AW'll Nl "E Al >I.ER
\- Kxecutor
A ..ii.. .\ Scher
An,.1 iii'j.. I.i 1 xcrutoi
.,,1, \. Miami, Bin
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1'A si.., M. Al
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SU'T FOR DIVORCE
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(he ..ii .' nl 1 ni I'lerk i Hi" 1 'n 1 nit
1 on or befi da.v ol
Jan i 1 i. 196 II you i.nl i" il"
jn.iam. nt b> default "ill bi i:ik. 11
aaalnal you foi Ihi relief demamled
he r imp! 1 iiu
I>ATBI> al Miami. Rlorldn, thla 2:lrd
da "i i '> 1'iniii'T A 1 rMI
K l: I.KA I IIDU.VIAN.
1 '1. 1 U. ("In nil lourl
I '.,.! i 'nun: \. I- i,.i Ida
i-..,l) |i] inl'hl.AM'.
11. i.
Taltanoff, Walli Al '- tman
42 1 .Im "In Road
Miami it. ...ii i"
ai- 1 ne) i"i Pla 1
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NOT C TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL RT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTS.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65179-B
' IKES
MI-lT fF UNDER IK AI'STI.X, also Kllov
ficti?ioi.snaSelaw *.\u\n
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NOTiCr -0 CREDITORS
1 vr s vv i'si 1., r v ri ;i'i- -1} '
inlands hi.h you. 1

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V'i'W S'ork. p in the Ci
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I'llde Klor- 1,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND rOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATt
No. 65361 B
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NOTICE -0 CREDITORS
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SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS
/MANUFACTURERS Of SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS
Corporation Seals and Supplies
CHARLIE MERZ, Owner
613 N.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034


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Friday, fonuary
Think FIRST of FOOD FAIR

FOR SAVINGS GALORE IN OUR WONDERFUL
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' 7 4 10 COLLINS AVE. 88C N.E. 125TH ST.
* 969 NORMANDY DR. ',825 N. E. 185TH ST.
9*C HARDiNG AVE.
12C0 S. DIXIE Hr. 153RD ST. CENTER

FRECERICH S 13342 N.W. 7th AVE.
These Stores OPEN SUNDAY
6850 BIRD ROAD
PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY THRU *EEKEN
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
FRESHLY SMOKED LOX OR (sliced TO YOUR ORDER)
NOVA SCOTIA
SALMON
K-LB.
FRESHLY SMOKED
WHITEFISH
CHUBS
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FRESHLY SMOKED
KINGFISH
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HERRING 25
MOTHERS KOSHER PARVE |LIGHTLY SALTED or SWEET)
PIaKOaKIN Em -.-.-...
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DELICIOUS SOUPS
CABBAGE SOUP quart jar
CHICKEN BROTH iyQ
'CHICKEN NOODLE % 57
Mushroom Barley, Vegetable It*"**,
Split Pea0 Salt Free Mushroom 6"*"
Barley, Vegetable Soup .. ?U.\RT. J.\R.85C
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