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"Jewish FloridLian ITT^S Number 48 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEW/SH WEEKLY Miami, Florida. Friday, November 26, 1965 Two Sections — Price 2C \Jeivs Warned on Red Claim of Easing Bigotry %  -„, N ,JTA) — British ed Monday against the impression that iernment is relaxing on lews in the [I was urged to do i t,| e to call the at .i id to the cont-.ni ..... of Jewish religion Russia was sounded by Sir abor member of the British Parliament and formei president of the Board of Depu ties of British Jews, in a report presented to the monthly meeting of the Board of Deputies of which he is the chairman of the foreign affairs committee In reviewing the situation of the Jews in the Soviet Union at the present moment. Sir Bamett Mid that the Soviet Government has recently undertaken "a massive propaganda effort to disarm international public opinion" regarding the oppressions against Soviet Jewry which, he stated, are continuing despite all the official Soviet efforts to paint a brighter picture. •It Is Impossible," he said, "for Jews in this com. try and abroad 1" watch tli<' situation of the Jews in Russia without making their concern and misgivings known to the Soviet authorities. In recent months, certain claims have been made that there are improvements in the position ol the Jewish com munity in the Soviet Union. Hardly a week goes by without reports appearing in Western newspapers, and in Sov iet publications appear ing in the West giving the impression that things are really beginning to change at last. But when one examines these reports, it becomes clear they are mainh repetitions of the same few facts or promise"There have been three Yiddish books published in the USSR in editions of 15.000 each Many of these books are sent to Westerr. Continued on Page 1S-A L.S. Fires Worker Refusing to Sign \nliIsrael Pact .ir \ The lit r'oro • 11< .HI 00 \n Force i< ri : %  tl • a .i S Schwei R< iiiol Bala i'.' i otested the Defense Bui 'he De • Departments re fun ii to |M ot >t t" the Lib) an authoritii U I thai i ited S'ates w • re i t,i Lib) a "It iabsolutelj outrageous tor anj agency "j the I nited I jrnn I fire an emploj. bi cau to sign u dei a winch he feels is anti Semitic Mr. Hunt, a 31-year-old food supervisor for the Defense Department, was fraisfeired last April from Fort Belvoir, Va., Continued, on Page 6-A Congressmen Warn LBJ On Aid to Egypt SIR BARNUT JANNIK Rcv.V.vs Situation W VSHIN'GTON iJTA Presiis urged this week ress to Ii ng .iid to Egypt unless ESPIONAGE SHARPLY DENIED Slate Department Nixes Charges Against Envoys %  %  \ M promisi • ceasi • %  the I e Easl %  S ienl is urgii \ thi W .-.to renew of t %  : .commodities I 1 ypl s.n Hugh Scott. Pennsyl an, informed P inson that he object* d to U S nomic aid now planned Egypt unless "very rigid ec Continued on Page 11-A N Al pel ;. Washii "espioi a %  • vbba I > %  SI il Depart S curit) and Con ..I with U.S. S Internal Securit) i nial from • nl this wt • k %  ol S \ mour ., %  o* i n m fie duals • i to the I ir thi t ite %  ., I pub bco nmittee, i h ef Sourwine raised questions about "former associa Mi Scl wartz with espi ., ,i i foreign govern The alleged "agents" were later identified as Eliahu El.ith. president of H-h-ew Uni '• in Jerusalem who was Israel's first Aribcssjoor in W*u • ton; Theodore Koilek, Mayorelect of Jerusalem who served as Minister of the Israel E nb sy here; the late Reuven Shilosh, former Minister of the Israel Embassy; Meir Sha!it, prominent Israeli who was First Sec•e'ary of the embassy, and tetiashiv Ben-Horin, once Israeli First Secretary here and now l raeli Ambassador to Venezuela. The attack on Mr Schwartz Continued on Poe 7-A Pope Pledges to Push Declaration on Jews FRENCH CATHOl'CS ANXIOUS Page 3-A R0ME JTA Pope Paul the pontifl indicat. I imple al ental rn will i o lo in the ,1 the Si en tarial for the '" the it ,„ Christian Un • %  ted Declaratioi is i hiistian Religions, Cardinal Bea has been then i IJ kJ\ I UUI& enti rted to his tism v ,,,. t, me however Continued on Page 3-A Peking Seen In Advice AJC Reports Study On Religious Texts PHII v textl ooks and ,: %  n. materials t less fre Uj than ing m %  • v,u %  %  ee disi e this wed* hi i 'i i was oi r from a i :i1 1 used HI public si ... itive boa • • mmittee The studj also tl ..; i, i ,... • .. hing lend to i istianity S I ian conflicts as interac between people rather than Continued on Page 8-A B-G Conducts New Knesset Session i • sALEM (JTA) David rmer Prune Minis 79 the oldest member essel i Parliament l, pre r the first les ion of the sel which opened here in inaugural cere President Zalman Bhatar ess a bJcfa bj paased all subjects, Mr. Ben I to one issue of interest by declaring that the Zionist movement's vitality i,.,. declined and has almost lost t> identity." Then, as presiding er p... t-m he gave the oath ,1 office to all members of the new Km net, and caUed for the tion of a Speaker Kaddisb Lux, Speaker in the last Knesset, was nominated by all the parties in the House except Rafi, the Israel Workers List formed by Mr. Ben-Gurion as dissidents from the Mapai Party, the Communists, and Haolam Haieh. Mr. Lux was then reelected for another full term as speaker. Members of the Ra'i faction in the Knesset • x plained that they had abstained i" the voting on the speakership because of the stand Mr. Lux had taken against Mr. Ben-Gurion and on the latter's insistence on the reopening of the old Lavon affair. !:, ad lition to choosing Mr. Lux, •-.I Deput) Sp ers hose names had been prea reed upon bj all oi the partii represented In mix r House The ceremonial Inauguration ol session was preceded by Presi Continued on Page 13-A i! :i AVIV ITA al tachi to t S i %  %  I b at !; .,.-, ted 'his week ii It • • .• the Cl id iven %  • I last wet k State 1 Ihej h id %  i military i B : Mo h i said thai I -;. wanted t i • th Vrabs that P k mo r e v igoi '•:• led 415 more men would arrive soon from Pekin 5 to •• ,ent to ot!,. 1 Syrian i( partments, ervers here ..'. that the i 1 inese I .u'.i plac r in a bind v. 'tup with the Soi lei ed, he might a choice shoitlj be and Moscow as bo als seek Arab \: Idle %  10 commi • I %  ith infi ii Union openl) to make >twe< h I 1 friendsl ..



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November 26. 1965 £* &f /# tbrlWstr Page M toy Razid and Comic Emil Cohen Wi!l •adline Temple Ner Tamid Bond Dinner „ B h Ra d Emissary of \ jberal ion, and hmii fc.L noted i -median, will head%  %  :. lor the Temple tSnidlsrael MW.-of State fstttroay evening. Dt*. 4. at tSSmebleau HoUl.lt 1M %  *J\, „, itabbi Eugene Jviw and Murray Shaw, TSdlnner will honor Maurice jbsetcky. who will receive Isfc-, Award ol Honor. prior to taking his pre.ent Lt consul of the State of |~,el i" N '" York R "'*' Vt 11 key di" c,or of th J w,,h lAotntr or lsrael Inuring World War II. RMM Lni ii %  Western Deeerl and l Ulj fighting with the Jewish Log days of the Vfter the war, in Europe to help [ I "illegal" Jew I io Palestine %  .. of 1948. Rnziel Lanue commandnd the Lj Q, "I of the future L raf | \ r< r maintained in lijlv btl became i state. lttr thai be returned to claimed by critics and audiences wherever he has appeared. \ native ol Wilmington, Del., Cohen presents a program finding is origins in both American and -ii cultun Hifather is a well known c a n t o r, and Cohen brings to his performance a wealth (it background in Jewish music, tradition and humor lie has recently returned from n w-w to Israel. Nautilus Teachers Given Awards .luJunior High School Sci fi tta Rubin and Bernard Kreisberg, have been awarded a year's study with the National Science Foundation "In Sen ice Institute Mrs Rubin is studying chemistry, and Kreisberg is studying modern biology. The course is given at Co Park Senior High School i y teachers from Florida State Unlj itj All expenses are paid. the course gives Bix hours of uate study credits. Dade Counts science superviso Stuart Darrow. is in charge of the grants. KAZIIL CONfM Israel as a combat pilot in the War of Liberation He also saw service in Israel's armed forces during the Sinai campaign of 1956. Emil Cohen, since establishing himself aa top humorist, raconteur and vocalist a) Groasinger's Hotel and Country Club, has appeared in major night clubs, hotels and theatres throughout the conn try. He has been seen on numerous television programs and has been heard on many popular radio shows, and has been icFrench Catholics Arc Worried About Result PARIS JTA) — A number of koatiaanl French Catholic la> Ben expressed serious misg.ivBgs" this week concerning the ictual results of the recentlyIrouuilgaleti F.cumcnical Council leclaratior. on Catholic-Jewish restions The statement, which is IOV. official catholic dogma, detiSemitism and repudiv ihe charge of deicide against Jewish people in the crucifixon of Jesus. The views were expressed at la meeting attended by some 50 1 Catholic prelates, historians and intellectuals sponsored by the International League Against AntiSemitism and Racism. A typical view was that of former French Justice Minister Edmond Miehelet a prominent Catholic layman, who told the gathering that h still harbored "a certain mis| trust' toward the Council which he said seemed to behave like | an assembly of strict jurists." Fr Riquet Prayor of Paris' Nokre Dame Cathedral called the decBaratiun a text which imposes on JChristiara .. brotherly attitude to|ard all non Christians and a full %  respect for their beliefs."' Dr. Jajcob Kaplan, Chief Rabbi of France, Uaid h. deplored the fact that "the lacseaui did not erase from the I Catholic latechism the roots of |anu-Seiiutism." He laid then were two reasons, RAT PROOFING A Specialty MGUIA* PfST C0NTRO1 FM TNf NOME AND BUSINESS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS one the Council's refusal to clear all the Jews of the "guilt of dei cide and two, the fact that the statement deplored but did not condemn anti-Semitism and hatred of Jews. Pope Pledges to Push Declaration Cortimjed from Paoe> 1-A charge by the late Pope John XXIII. Pope Paul told the Council he would see to the implementation of the "activities initiated by this synod," and named the declaration on Jews as one of tbe items to be entrusted hereafter to the Secretariat for NonChristians. Cardinal Carli is the head of that secretariat. The Council received tins week the full text of a new draft schema on "The Church in the Modern World." which would give explic it support to the right of Christians to disobey orders of a "wicked character." naming genocide specifically as one of those "wicked" matters. 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i. I. + **miit Flrr — %  %  %  • *•• *H — i nn '- •*" -ii i Vr-<-r *.-n *••-.— %  •?-.-- •-• %  *• -JTA : ereaeaa :~z. be ccce-c as eqac g one. • .*.orez far -per nian c LUeiuuife %  _*e BOCM i^e Qfloera.iv rec ::'.'-'. 7 — ^ receal emergence Of -_-.ei'the er.v.an.e •s, :.. r.e .-.ere S to toy a oeod hoerewfli tong .' may *aet. e an %  -'•*/ because %  :.*-s.'. erp*r:.ence odcy. Tn* eeiflfac Book MoafeB thai year ofifln -A a --..-. 7-a; f 10 flrady sue imssorrl ^nMe Ami Development Ye Am. Deve.oprer." 1-..-..-. e: or. Dec e .-..<=<;H-. e :•/ > ". ie r:. •n7.-..--7 srfiaa Screen flksr ?e*er Dawt'.rc 'y.-.-H—-:V .-=--" C*orae Lea ./.Ccrt>. S.-m M-ss tida is a progrc The >*J'•"--" ">--n.r_ sere ha* DD ~.:-; the •. :,*. V* Am. --_• -.-.-.-./ *y > sister dry La Israe. w.. Ce s crjsv een :>ea ev.ax.~ah fhrouc-* %  P W POflfl 7" .... icn -order a lo sver.-. Israel -r -.o urp aa sa of poflaisefl mramam or terrfc The Cc :er Wvy: Lsra*. ..cer the auspices c: IM >* J-fid. _s a tr ._•..•* -c •.et OB to leu Greater .'•' a aooat the r J ..ng toaoy hi afioressrtcc, ana Iflrosi BO> tionc. •-jr. ?rter I^nrlor-: ar.c ;^i* B-l-aa ft.v>^ld DMdc* a tfijor cmg the deveiopcaeo: ot M* A-a.. a.-.-: r.J..-.Greaier MJCZ. Jewry i -yr.mrtmer KAlr cxtj doiivg yeoajox's wcrr n r^toM of Israel %  deieue :re le saarafl 3o wdi never oea^. lo r-aoMaal noc _r_j parl oc -:-.--.e.-.;-er.t of oui cou.-."aevertheeai r o< be .scrr.e t.rr.e OCB *ej-r:ore of an entire:/ a-rerer.: and Jar rr.ore acvasofld cr-e: MflOM oar ser.s>e o: respc.-^.n_. y :o each -.:. ianrngran] s intocj oe far greater Tr*e n-^rr.bers w.ll r-e arcs es ^ Ol vhee we r.z.pe ". :: "7 r.e.p ear.-, r.ew -zzrhrcd can hardiy be rr.ecs'jreG in Mm of pa* experience. A suitable corr.pcnioc we bebeve J SoanOB Jew^b iBHBigraQOII ...err.rr.daI the H.-.er era ana tne C* Bm into the '." S today. T.-.e C.TAT recogntt-on of what faces us \\e*e terms j par of the AflMticao Jowiah ccr: s grow.ng concern tor its de?as o cujturoi entity here ct home. Award to Dr. Narot 3:ec-e: M.arr.. >*.'rcrr.rr.unity w.ll pay ~_ite -. !> Joeeph R. Narot ttua wee ..->ew< sii % %  JTISSI ks* ts -— i-: •--: : it* %  -> -—z *.% %  : .-i-* -9&f &f TSf CMMUTf CAffVTT IH .M CAfclETY %  HSSMSwd %  s suJMOCrape<: aerspa^sal eea sf Kt? BjK*>r ilstt 9*cis.-esst It sa -onsor patnetx fcr n aO rsg* %  5A wai Msari %  • %  %  a •..-• -----B of V%  Bser Mt -I • %  I -• Jflrl I I I *u I I I I NfAJN >'JINOI *oaus ClUI ltC0MfM0ir/O4rS ALSO IN THIS miir.eot:ripr>j &r>**t arc %  ** I bo tr. -* rxn Oefur the notorious T. for to the Nazis dannj Gasr ronfrataiate the 5 nesa c\z^er*£ *ni a-i • : %  reporte-: th a bcrr.per sticker re*c.• Speaks' pubushed r. been ck>*e.> connected extrerr.ist croep some o'. ed in thM ^ bombn; tr.can io on and on about TV• found Hat %  x>red b> -ecom.T.rr.ded aatjni >t-onect< %  .t became a comicun:t> -it V J: Junior ^omar. ortiaf tne Libenv Leah] 1 'ill -:-:• %  :• nom n AII tits rocnaft ** Kelatii-r.s ttec denag the Keni charge that a tanft biU proposed %  its %  %  11 I I -• : &f I ict*:; .. „.„ r"^-"' "} — %  %  -a J aimetl to tr.nch a few and to create turrr many >.f our ke> industries, and it has N • pushed b> t Keaaedj i pohtica: ase. the real center and heart of II r** ;he political Zionist plannrn I luM Mrs Masnll incidentally. subsequen::> MU ?L-5 Womar • ,af of a bab\ sitting probt) '" to 1964 was identified SI U spokesman IS John Birch Society II flaoold thus be clear that Ganety is far from the simple and unassun. %  of Lei Freedom Ring is haoec all interlocking with the pte, %  • %  '.d of hatred and bi^n'n \•^otographer who has beer, a I on flying saucers, he a> last heani fl 1961 when he launched a whirlpool of act S*-'*" Of i-'ouncil members were Continwd on Pa ISA ituckmi > s tl*d to 11 • <}vakerJ i J ,tnv ,-oii uzuuue >u wiui u U-IA/ ******



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Fnflo" Nove mb 26. 1965 kM> Ih-rMltn Page 5-A LEnERS TO THE EDITOR \policy in Vietnam Needs No Defense IDITOB. The Je*"*h Floridian: comment on Rabbi nish s remarks on Vietr ffei is l t^'r'od .5 issue. m begin with tribute. I mire d Rabbi Kronish £ V outstanding record as a JUMT (or man's rights and 5 • injustice I recall his early M n iMinsI McCarthyism. SfflteMH one against Soviet JJsKjtron Of Russian Jewry. I f| that thinking rospon2 b.in fl disagreeable, or with,* df^nding to ad hominem irgurnents. tj ft r Rabin Kronishs column .harp!'criticiiing our policy and. icier, in Vietnam, I can agree LfUl „ of his basic assumptions. | bu; DO' lith his conclusions. I concur with Rabbi Kronish 1 r ... | irganized killing are bunori uncivillMd and repre] every standpoint L | concur thai wo. as a nation. h „.... • ^thing possible to i n c ,• in a war, we thii t possible to %  otiated peace. I c tegree h Rabbi Kronishs incomplete state • ,IIM situation it • i point "in the in HI American Nmth and South at war, unwel ...II to defend our %  against pro\ i a ression, nibver ism We have no \\ or has Rabbi II •• else suggested w. : utal and barbaric .ubi telf-destructive : A.II bj lurrenderin, >ucb as the agHitler, Hirohito, or am. EvtPop* Paul VI, speaking to tr. National Commanders of th Jewish War Veterans and the C a t h o I i s War Veterans, txprt-.ied the hope for peace, but -.net with justice. lenl has publicly pro |( %  %  uillingness to negoIt %  %  %  % % %  bul not peace based I"' surrender in ad 11 rind half truths in our I 1 reports on Vietnam fortunately, in the I unins I c -.agree • Mi Rabbi Kronishs American forces tted barbarisms" in and that these are com Nazi barbarisms •nil is that every effort and is being made by forces to avoid civilian in both South and letnara Some are unavoidpeciall) in view of the habit of using innocent as shields and camoufew bombing errors in aim and calculation regrettably have been made, but these are not typical of the American defensive effort. Targets in North Vietnam, each carefully selected, are known military installations or facilities that Hanoi needs in its effort to support the Viet Cong In the Republic of Vietnam (e.g., bridges, rail lines, highways, trucks and trains). No civilian installations, including hospitals and sanatorium*, are selected as targets, nor has U.S. aircraft bombed any building marked in the internationally accepted manner. Rabbi Kronish says nothing of North Vietnamese or Communist Viet Cong terror, murder and at tack. In 1960, Communist terror ists assassinated or kidnapped over 3.000 South Vietnamese Death came by knife, by pistol shots in homes in the middle of the night, by snipers' bullets in the field, by bombs, by savage beatings, and by protracted and ruthless torture. And those who were kidnapped were seldom seen again. Since 1962. more than 3.500 sep arate acts of terrorism, armed at-; tack, and sabotage have occurred, i In 1964 alone. 436 local officials were murdered; over 1,100 other officials were taken by kidnapping to an unknown fate; 1.359 other : civilians were murdered; and anI other 8,400 were kidnapped by the ] Viet Cong. Over 11,000 innocent humans in all have been murdered ] or dragged away from their families and homes to capture, forced I tabor, and worse. In America, this, I n proportionate terms, would have meant 143,000 of our citizens .am or Kidnapped in 1964 alone, e I disagree with Rabbi Kronishs rtiut'fiable charges, but I affirm his right to speak up and make them, if he wishes. be given the readers of your fine newspaper. It is one thing to label killing as a sin: it is another to commi* the sin of killing the truth, or the reputation of others. interests of truth, justice and MONROE R. SHEINBERG the security of the United States National Executive Director and the free world, the whole, Jewish War Veterans of the U.5.A. undistorted and accurate picture Washington, D.C. | Which Is Better For Your Company j Pension Trust Or Profit Sharing? The Best Answer May Be Pension or Profit Sharing or Both. It depend* entirely on-your porJactaJstwaJesusmtartce* It problems. 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r~' 6 A +Jelst>fk**M!r7 Friday, November 26, 195 1 Leading Greater Miamians Will Attend A JCommittee Tribute to Dr. Narot Sunday Membership of the American sh Committee will gather Sun i\ o\ eninfl to honor Dr. Joseph NarOl for his distinguished ,c in advancing the cause of rtmran relation*." Th<> will <*' Joined by citizens r. ugboul Dada County in paying tribute to Dr. Narot, rabbi of emple Israel and vice president the Creator Miami Chapter of i Committee Among special guests will be .ames L. Duncan, Suffragan Bishop of Episcopal Diacese of South Florida; John C. Harrison, a vice president of the Cwtniw--ity Relations Board and past : resident of the Rotary Club of rtiami: and the Rev. Theodore ?. Gibson, past president of the ocal Chapter of the NAACP. Tribute will alao be paid by id B Fireman, honorary presi• oi the Greater Miami Chapand vice president of the i iter Miami Jewish FederaAJvin Caasel, vice president of chapter and pre.-iden' of the mmic Opportunity Program of • County, is chairman of the event. Cassel has announced that award will be given by Philip E Hoffman, chairman of the Board of Governors of A.IC's na.il organization, who has long been an outstanding leader of the .!< wish community in Newark. N I as well as in national organ| i.'.itions. Hoffman was a member of the AJC delegation that visited with Pope Paul VI at the Vatican to diacuaa Jewish-Catholic relations ..• np n eaae d in the decree paaaed at the Ecumenical Council. His remarks are scheduled to nle his experiences as part of i a' delegation, a< well as proj< cling the ongoing programs of •mmittec related to imputation of the Catholic decree It ii alao anticipated that he i will discuss findings of recent AJC studies related to dismination in the "Executive e" of American businesi and >try. and the expanded com munity service program of American Jewish Committee in Latin America A monologue and selection of songs from "Fiddler on the Roof" will be presented by Cantor Jacob Bornstein, of Temple Israel, and the evening will Include dancing with Lenny Dawson and his orchestra. Mrs Charles II Fmkcl-tein. president Of the Greater Miami Chapter, has announced that the Dinner Committee, in addition to Chairman Alvin CaseaL will include Mr and Mrs David P Catsman. Mr and Mrs Eliot Dan Ml tod Mrs Anon Parr. Mr and Mrs David B Fleeman, Mr and Mrs Aaron Foosaner Mr and Mrs Lain Friedman. Dr and Mrs Morton Halpern, Mr and Mrs Gerald (Catcher, Dr an I Mrs Milton Leaser, Dr and Mrs Simon Markovich, Mrs Alan Robinson, Dr and Mrs Ira Rothfield. Mr and Mrs Robert 1 Shapiro. Dr and Mrs Leonard Silverman. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Treister. Mr and Mrs. Stanley Watts, Mr. and Mrs Melyn B. Frumkes. Mrs. M. A Raskin. Mrs. Charles Rebel. Ner Tamid Mapping Concert Mrs. fimkelittin Or. Nerot Hy Posner has been named chairman of the seventh annual concert of Temple Ner Tamid to be held Saturday evening. Jan. 8. in the main sanctuary of the tern pie Mrs. F erne Schwartz is in charge of tickets Committee members are Joseph Albert. Mrs Fred Beck man. Mrs Martin Borkan. Mrs William Carmel. Hyman Cleon. Morris Cohen. Jacob Kdwab. Aaron Eisenstein. Herman Prank. Sol Frankel. Mrs Pauline Friedman. Michael Glazier. Mrs Louis Gold. AdOlph Green baum. Mrs Betty Grcetiberg. Sam Greenfield, Dr Michael Herwitz, Morris Hinden Harry Jawitz. Joseph Kahn. I.,,,.. is Kaplan. Herbert Kaplan. Abraham Kroll, Meyer Leshen, Han. Liebcrman. Mrs. Murray Mill, Morris Miretzky. I/uiis Pearl. Dati l'ner, Paul Press, Hy Posner, Mrs Frederick Propper. Max Raskin D. Dale Regent. Mitchell Rein,, Julius Resnick. Albert V Roa • berg. Abe Rosenstein. Mrs | Schwartz. Harry Sherman, Joseph S man. Milton Singer. Irvine I spear Judge Louis il Stal Louis Suchman. Mrs. Sadie 1 Mrs Lawrence Weaton, Mi ley Wilner. Moses Woll a seph /eman Cotsef Hoffman Mrs .lack Crown. Mrs Edward Cohen, Mrs Burton B. Goldstein. Mrs Hortense LaGuette U.S. Worker is Fired for Refusing To Sign Anti-Israel Pact in Libya Continued from Page 1-A to manage facilities at Wheelus Air Force base in Libya. When he arrived t the European Exchange headquarters in Nuremberg, Germany, en route to his Libyan assignment, Mr. Hunt was ordered, for the first time, to sign a Libyan visa application containing a discriminatory clause. The application included a statement that "I know that, in case of obtaining an Israeli visa, my visa to Libya will be considered invalid." Mr Hunt, a Roman Catholic, in formed his superiors thai he could not conscientiousl) sign an antiIsraeli declaration He felt that an American citizen should be able to work at an American base an> where in the world without coin mining himself not to visit the State ol i-iael Due to my deep religious convictions concerning the Hebrew faith and its people. I can not in conscience sign any itati men! contrary to my belie' he told the Defense Department Mr Hunt was notified bj Brig Gen John D limes, oeMrnandtag general of the European is Ex change System, that he was fired Mr. Hunt had to pay his own return transportation from Germany to the United States. The U.S. Exchange Service deducted from his final pay the cost of transporting him to Germeny en route to Libya. 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Friday, November 26. 1965 •k*l*tnrrkffar Page 7-A 1 Consecration of first grade Hebrew School Students at Temple M e n o r a h took place at the Saturday morning service. Some 50 students participated in a ceremony under the supervision ot Herzl Honor, director of the Religious School, and Mrs. Nathan Robinowitz. Aleph Class teachRabbi Mayer Abramowitz conferred the oath ot consecration. The parents participatniq in the consecration services were ns follows: Mt. and Mrs. Julio Bazyler, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bohar, Mr. ; Mir.. Aaron Drachman. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gcrfinkel. Mr. and Mrs. Salomon Jove, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jurkowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kasdin, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kaufman, Mi. and Mrs. Jose Kerbel, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kestenman, Mr. and Mrs. Uberto Oivieto, Mrs. Claire Simms. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sztylerman, Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Talisman, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Terner, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Willner. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Weiner, Mr. and Mis. William Carter. Dr. and Mrs. Isaac Chervcny, Mrs. Sylvia Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Goldstein. Mr. end Mrs. Nat Golzbein, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jacobson, Mrs. Sarita Kainen, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kerner. Mr. and Mrs. William Laze: nick. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meltzer, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Opper. M: and Mrs. Allen Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Reich. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rubin. Mr. and Mrs. Irvinq Simson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Solomon, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Spear, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Stein, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Wittenberg. Consul Yailon to be Guest Speaker At Histadrut Trade School Dinner Here l general tern l' S Uonisl l>i Dec. 1 chairman i>. %  [air and deliv< ... i Undoi the Lbor Zionist Division bannethe following FarTand Branches will be representR I-. C ion. 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A gathering was recently spon sored by Mr. and Mrs Rovinsky to launch the new Trade School protect, where Prof Edward J. Fox, chairman of the Marketing Department at the University of Miami, spoke on the economic and industrial situation in Israel. The Immii rant youth i I Israel wil be offered courses in electron les, eleel % %  %  -i %  %  • ,.,. \|, i |i Scl in Israel State Department Rebuffs Charges Continued from Page 1-A emerged when the subcomi him out HI efforts t" dis c -edit the D< partmi i I Securit> onnection with the > al of Mr i iti pka '.as dismi ed for c 51 i officer' foi furnishing d Stati Department inform a •.Km in tin' -uin i • HI spokj Roberl ..iriv in tr-llinunv on the Ol ka t< a d s the Senal tee thai pletel; ittei %  Mr Si : land. Mississipi i !'• \ ice thaii %  caMl SHIMON YALLON Tokyo Doctor At Mt. Sinai Dr. i f sui erj .it Tokyo Women's Med u ,i Tokyo. 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Page 8-A •JtwUtifhrkRaii Friday. November 26 1965 Temple Beth Sholom to Celebrate 23rd Anniversary With Series of Events Temple Ner Tamid Junior Choir under the direction of Cantor Edward Klein officiated for the first time this season Friday evening at late services, at 8:15 p.m. Children of the rhoir participated in connection with the late services and sing selections in honor of the forthcoming month of Kislev. Left to right (front row| are Michael Wolland, Gail Kaufman, Steven Miller, Idalyn Finkel, Jerry Gelb. Rear are Judy Prichason, Bradley Reese, Frank Wolland, Cantor Klein, Janet H. Rachman, and Sam Blum. Not shown are Liza Brezlaw, Roberta Gordon, and Robert Miller. temple B< th Sholom f Miami ,ill celebrate its 23rd an•rsarj UM weekend of Dec 17 (.. ii the Liberal congrega i ij .,, cepted the position of ral dinner chairman, accord .i in current pn sident, Louis F Snetman. Ul %  < rl named James Knopke u ngementa chairman for the dinner dance, a S23-a-couple afnr at which dross will be optional A to piece orchestra ha* been arranged for the anniversary event, which will be preceded by a cocktail reception, also at the Americana. Snetman said the 23rd anniversary weekend "will be a significant one in the history of Beth Sholom, for it will mark the dedication of many of the facilities which have permitted us to arrive at th* successful stage of physical, religious, educational and cultural development exactly 13 years a f., r 00r overall development pr: K a m was launched." With more than KM) Temple Beth Sholon has nitii n in l i ovement under the leadership of Rabfa He icurrent!) ,. or vice president %  nc es, m, Israel Bond Hists Irut educational and i the Reform moven An invitation has been > to the national prtjtidi ni Cultural Conferenoi oi \ Rabbis to speak at Sabbath services on !> %  %  bert said, with tht Rabbi Jacob Weinstein • tills week Seacoast lowers Club Seacoast Towi rs Mi scheduled a Thank ner at ti 45 p.m Thuxs Casanova itoom of the i lintel Sam l'^^^/VvN(VVVVVVA^i^A nti mporarj persecutors Most of the negative references to Other groups are found in stories by popular Yiddish writers, reflecting the attitudes of op*J£ •%* pressed European Jews of their time when Christianit) Is treated in ie< ular ; %  • •• mis. SU ch as de scriptions of punitive legislation imposed on Jews under Church the image of the Church as ; r is In the material when i hristiantt) is i red %  faith ral tone is lacking in hositUity. Most put) isners I ften the in oppre isors b) citirt i %  men and clerics who sheltered or The study found that ideological and ethnic differences among Jews have faded because of the impact of the Hi.ter period and the rise of Americanborn generations. Thre-fourths of all Jews new alive in the United States were born in the United States. In cases Of bias, there is mure nl it in dealing with other Jewish groups than with non Jewish ones Orthodox Jews are highl) critical Of modifications of traditional Judaism and accuse other Jews of assimilation, UTeligiousneSa and even moral dishonesty A campaign to end discrimina tion against Jews in management posts m the Philadelphia area will be launched bj the Pennsylvania state conference of the American Jewish Committee The state group made the decision in its tuo da; session tins week The conference cited a survey of Jews in banking executive positions in 1961 which showed that about one and a half percent of the 1,028 officers of the city's major commercial banks were Jews. A suivey last summer showed similar data en life and fire casualty firms in the area. r en ploj men! of i by th< • ployment and Vocational Servici it i ii:. firms in recruiting young Jewii -!'! %  r .-V i itivi posts II iject M ill be financed with s the Louis C Sunstein I si \n.-\-i NIGHT BL'J A I '•!.:, • /'• Vfie/ucdo cum ELEGANT IMPERIAL CATERING Parties — Weddings and Social functions, ti:. CONTINENTAL CUISINE DINE IN LUXURY FOODS OF DISTINCTION For Reservations 864-1384 5255 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach Have thai %  uslnett Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities to eact!y sal your needs in the Kisr Aladdin, Scheherazade >. d Rubaiyat Rooms, be it f. a wedding or a private i *l il th< ^ for Intormaflem HAZEL ALLISON Catering Director, JE 1-4061 Mr. BI. Collins A/uON Trial OCKAM AT *A:n STRCST forte Towers Men's Club lests wi %  icted I Din .in • in for Elegant rVi.ictton* ^'1 "Y^^\^^ Complete Catering Facilities to' that Sp* fl ,—i 'Party served in superb lashion set! rg tit J %  ^ %  arttl '*' ret your good last*. dL*CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDO BANQUETS • rV*£ETING3 • PARTItS A rl# i,, or a aa i a calebrat on with 3.SOO u" DIETARY LAWS STKICTLY OBSERVE" UNDER THE SUi OF RABBI TIQOR H. STCRN QQEAUVILLE Oa rlea Miller. Executive Poon Dirt'or OW TMI QCStAva AT S7lrt •TRKSET. MIA ;: UN 5_ .._ ~ .....now ana me ufv *. „, MJDn anuine sua wun a sen DOW UU



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I November 26. 1965 Imisi) fhrkfaf) Page 9-A Third Annual Beth David Patrons Dinner Scheduled to be Held Here Dec. 4 i-ers of the Dinner Committee for the Greater Mi. cw Academy testimonial to Mr. and Mrs. H on Jan. 9 at the DcauviHe Hotel are bottom row (left to M trtin G^net Leonard Rosen Louis Merwitzet, Samuel nd. Oscar Mamber. Sam Goldstein and Oscar Shalop row (left to right) are Cari Btandes. Joseph Gonshoi, I Mackovsky. Benjamin Appel. Julius Sandi, Irving iuf, Alex Miller, Dr. Louis Bunim. Jerome Bienenfeld. : ns Dubler. George Kimmel and Hyman Kolko. The group • rl the Academy to organize a ticket-selling campaign nnual, SlOOa-couple testimonial dinner. Academy Dinner Plans Unfolding Miami Beach Civic and t> leaders Wednesday were .,.-. ciate chairmen of the rtolai ship dinner ol i Miami H i re Acad id (i Jan 9 .it the Dean ; .i-t pn sidenl <>i Academy; Jack S n of thi' Execur in i ireater Mi-i.iri B ". i Organ h Rifkin leader in num; i and Jew ish causi • assignment frni Gen hairtnan, Leonard Ro RoMfl 'io announced the seof Jack A. Cantor, Florco-chairman for Yeshiva • ve-.iiy, anj Joseph Cohen, >t of the b.ifju of Jewucat.on, as co-chairmen I\"A couple function will honor Mr and Mrs. Si .-ct. Former Beach Councilman Wolfie <"ohcn was named as co-chair: ..in ol the national honorarj din iM in M i\<• wnh Mayor Elliott • velt. national chairman. I ouia Met vt itzi r pres ident. and Ra A i A. :. ler S i Iross pnnciI i told .i meeting ol the dinner mmitti % %  this week that lota • nroll t he Hebrew \ j pass the 500 nor to the di "This historic achievement makes it a necessity that we reach our goal of 1,800 persons. Already we are past the 450 mark, and our committee is til ahead of any previous dinner at tins date," Rosen said. r praised tl fkin is indici I %  %  Vcadi mj Want To Make An Impression %  ;%? For Your Next %  -—--- CATERED AFFAIR... • Wedding • Bar Mitzvah • Private Dinner Party or Luncheon Call Mr. Moss • Phone JE 1 -3349 Ample Free Parking o-Li t:h.ggcte %  Lowers 900 West Avenue, Miami Beach I MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD They are unequalled In their profession, i They ere ft* diLido's catering sta'f. They will make a success of any party... • wedding a Bar Mitrvah*... • business s. meeting or a social luncheon. They Mil Jserve from 20 to 10C0 diners with line food •xpertly prepared in the diLldo s newly decorated Cotillion Room. They'll arrange for whatever space you require. Call Mr. Taichner at JEfferson 8-0811 for tha best function you'va ever nafll A ( rftta *"• if Batararta* OCEANfROM, COillNS AVENUE AH* IIHCOII Jt00 NaU ... %  ; Da\ id Sj n.i logue ill be held 4. in Spec 21 .'. Hi "Th ithe i ir social • %  \ ei. i of our i j ear." k-clared Max R Silver, president ol K' h Da vi d who is also in L-harge ol arrangements for the musical i i ram. Named chairman of the Patrons Dinner for the third successive M ,i! is Phillip Schiff, ;i past presi• ol the congre ;ation, who with Mrs Schiff i^ also charged with responsibility for preparationMrs Prank Hose is beading up avors and the menu The S50-8v event will be catered by Keih id's own cati ring director, ri Apple ei tcrtainment arrangere Mr and Mrs Seymour !. I, who have announced that Malkin ami his orchestra will play dance music Miss Syd Sol sky. "i New York, known as a i woman show." will IMlined performer. Proceeds are for the general activities of B< th David throughout the year The black tie affair will star) with a cocktail hour at 7:30 p.m. Dinner is scheduled for 8 no RABBI STEPHEN KEVEISON Rcbbi Kevelson Finishes Studies ',. Stephen Kevels in, of kl>n \ V son in law of Rabkfrs i r ; i !t< rn. has ted 'I.I yeai DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL



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Page 10-A *Jmi*t> Oerkmrnfi Friday, November BS, 1965 CJFWF Board Names Lefrourt To New Te :*!n • %  i i oi Miami, %  the Greater Mi ;,mi Jew has been nan* : term on of the and Welfare Funds announce t was ii recent con tion ol the CJFVl V tu Id in Mon treal Lefcourt, .1 partner i". the firm of Webei 'i hompao 1 and 1 I eourt, Certified Public Account ants, ner ve d apreaMenl of the Jewish Kederation here and is a form< r PfTairmnn of the Kedera tion budgel committee He 1a trustee of Cedar* <>i l^banon Hospital, past trustee of MI Sinai Hospital, and %  past Met' president of lioth David Con gragation, where he is now a member ol the board 1, [court is a member of the American Institute and the Florida Institute ol Certified Public Ac countants B'nai Raphael Forms Club %  \ rallis \ 1\ fillin and Club have b* I -it Conwith the %  .. m sen ice, II l> for for Bar or those who I or Bas Miami Beach Mayor Elliott Roosevelt (right) presents the "Volunteer ol Valor Award to Herbert "Pinky" Schiffman. president of the Hotel Employees Union. Local 255, "for his distinguished public service in behalf of Variety Children's Hospital." The ceremony marked the highlight of a testimonial luncheon in Sc hiifman's honor at the Eden Roc Hotel attended by 700 top civic, government and labor officials. Rabbinical Assn. Urges Jews Refrain From 'Hew Year' Celebrations Dec. 31 COMMERCIAL • FRATERNAL \ • POLITICAL PRINTING j and OFFSET h ENGLISH YIDDISH HE8MW SPANISH Saeciafiiina in Bar Aiitivok Wedding Invitafiwis (Union Shep Parness Press 437 S W. 17th Averwe, Miami FR 9-8235 Just a small revolution! Big Change in... 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The 282-bed community hos pital, located at 1821 N\v uth SI is open to any patient of Hade County regardless of race, religion, or ability to : 1 can and ti rtet president, Harrj I %  *'• presl lenl • Sai i Luby. Ben No • I P %  lot. and David StUZUl, v • I I Sidney M Arono M Morris Lomaakin laistanl secretarj Sidni y Left trei urer; Robert Russell, ial treasurer. Trustees are B Will! Elliotl Blumanthal, Jos Bosch, Irving Cypan, Joaapb A larfield, Herbert Gelernter, 1 ouis ildman, Morns Klaus. William B MacDonald Jr., Col Nathan B Rt i. Sol C. Shaye, Saul Silborman. Samuel 1. si„ etor and Stanlej H v. f Rabbi Sfern on Television Rabbi Tihor II Stan of the Jacob C Cohen S>*nag< e, will deliver a Thank;h ing et on Sunday, n a.m oi WCKT ( h 10 Games Night Tuesday A games night is slated for Tues *\:i\. H p.m., at the Minyonairea bj the Mum) Solomon Ladies' AIM iliary, JWV, with funds raised eai marked for the Blood Bank MrMichael Schechter is Blood Bank chairman FEEL • what yo I to bull prrrw institul including El \l Ol : loo Your ticket on Fl ; i dcstinatioi des Israel Where else do \ lo trawl' I, | Avn v dn! Teh( Nairobi, lohannesb icns, i -uh i i. r.i i \msn rdam, Conenhai mdontif A A. your El Al tra you with youi plans i ie is good al I ,; 1602 Wdi •"•. %  '. AAiarrp Boatli ( JE 2-544 1 FINE HOTEL LIVING AT ULTRA-MODERN CONVALESCENT *OME • srticnr KOSHIK CMfM • ['ctHent Cert at Reaionoblc Haiti • Air Conditioned & He | • InttrCom Sys'rm ( • residents with nursing .ration 0W Glades W CONVALESCENT HOME 16650 W. Dixie Highway No-th Miami Beach Ph. 945-7447 • 2 > Hour Sfoff ot regi. and practical nurses • Shaded fishing Artm on prtmhet red DR. ALVIN STERN Administrator S. L. LKHTENFELD Aist. 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lay N'ovember 26. 1965 %  k -nlstlhrHtor Page 11-A ongressmen Warn LBJ on Egypt Ct-'inu*d from Pg 1 A • re attached. The Senator that the President link _ypt with some manner ontrol. According to Sen • • IS policy in the Mid• has led Egypt and other %  ••s "to infer that their at aid Knaland. Israel, and other proWestern govemmfenla was a matter f Indifference to ill" Sn. Abraham Ribicoff. Connecticut Democrat, warned of a continuiiri Egyptian military build-up for a "genocidal war against Israel. If we make a resumption of our aid conditional on the fulfillment of Egypt's commitment under the UN charter to negotiate a settlement with her neighbors, to stop this exhausting arms build-up toward the military ultimate, then we may be able to effect a lasting peace," the Senator said. He stressed that Nasser cannot obtain his food requirements from any nation except the United States and this provides a chance to demand conditions. Rep. Benjamin S Rosenthal, New York Democrat, in a letter to the President, noted that Congress this year voted to ban all assist ance to Egypt unless the President finds such aide is in the national interest of the I'nited States. The Congressman said Nasser's policies have been "inimical to our policies Rep. Leonard Farbstein, New York Democrat, urged Secretary of State Rusk to attach a requirement that Egypt initiate peace talks with Israel as the price for %  esumption of United States aid The Congressman, a member of the House Foreign Affairs commit tee. said Congress has taken a firm stand on aid to Egypt and that the State Department has shown no compelling reason for re sumption of aid. BE Goodrich Open 24 Hours & All Day Sunday 5300 N.W. 27th Ave. i\ GRAND OPENING SALE! MOml Visit our newest AUTO SERVICE CENTER 8801 Biscayne Blvd. ALL TIRES SALE PRICED AT ALL STORES! SPECIAL VALVE TO FIT MOST CARS! BE Goodrich HIGH PERFORMANCE SILVERTOWN 1966 ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT TIRES BRAND NEW, TOP QUALITY TUBELESS WHITEWALL FITS BIG CARS 820x15 900 i 15 FITS SMALL CARS I FITS MEDIUM CARS 700x14 I 775 x 14 (replaces 750 x 14 95 l$OA95 |$n*95 EVERY TIRE IS BACKED BY OUR MANTEE Of CUSTOMER SATISFACTION! mm LIFETIME WARRANTY PLUS LIFETIME R| ) HAZARD 6UARANTEE %  • %  • %  wmYmrwm 20 ,s $ 24 Pfiitt pk '• %  Md i*i oH r o"' i uSAVE! SAVE! SAVE! ECONOMY SPECIAL SUM LINE WHITEWALLS NYLON TUBELESS GET LONG MILEAGE AT LOW ."RICES! / DOWN! EASY BUDGET TERMS INSTANT CREDIT



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Pago 12-A + %  knist Flrrldiar Friday. November 26, 196o 9&I. %  9 IOUS & ervices \Jltis IJJeehend i an ,,t ill.W • k TEMPLE ZION 8^>0 Miller Rd Con servative. Rabbi Alfred Wasman. • riFERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N. Miami 0 <„,,,.,• hooted *f3 ;, I snl irdn. 9 a.* tarsac* • • v. • • %  YOUNO ISRAEL. MO N 1TMIit Orthodos. Rabbi Sherwir Stauber ACUDATH ACHIM. Lombardy H artel, •306 Collins Ave. Orthodox. Kn.i.i> %  i'in Baturdaj % tk.m Minoba i 10 p in. • AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION. 90S SW 67th Ave Oorthodox. Canter Israel Kershner. • —— AtUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever Fri.lav :. i p in Baturdaj tM a.m. •MM-IOOTI Thr First Kiiiiwite of Anti| viniMii in <-..II.-M* and its Solution | Mr and Mrs. IW-njamln lhjkel will bo*i the Kt.ldush in honor of DasWl grandson Mincha i:15 i> m •ETH DAVID. 2*25 SW 3rd Ave. Con%  ervatlve. RaBtoi Sol Landau. Cantor William W. L'Pn. >Ti-iav l:lt i> m Barmoa: "Tha. Myth| ol the BesMUaaljC ii** ff'wvah*", Abb v. daughter of I>r an.l Mrs JOae|.h Pomeranee Baturdaj :• %  m Har Mltxvah OreCS, aotl "f Mr IM MrStanley S|iirl.r BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. prlda] :16 |. m Baturdaj :80 av.ni Harmon "Bleaalnars Deaarvo Thankearivlns Mlni'hH S p m BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wain. Prida) 5:10 p.m Saturday i in Bermoi 'The Chain Extends Bai Mltivan Ruaaell, aon of Mr and MrHyi an P Q ilbul • BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. a> : -, p rn Raturdaj • Bern Thankjqrtvlrm % %  %  Ihi Sjilrll • BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari. i is |. in <: %  %  • Hai i v \ Si nd< n •.. the Mr and Mr* S uhan K %  %  • %  • i toi H II hoet Hii >ni R Mrs Ma v .sh "• %  Sal '• i >" Bern x I ii Mill.. %  Mi • %  • Mrs Mo % %  **< • BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION 13630 W. Dixie Hwy Conservative Rabbi Richard Marcovitr. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. .1.,. ,.i.. Baaau and %  %  CANDlELIGHTiNG TIME 2 Klslev — 5:09 pan. AMI. 1242 Washington Ave. Orthoi dox. Rabbi Oov Roiencweig. FLAOLER • GRANADA. SO NW 5Ht i PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. Pl-Ma) I:1S |..oi Wiw J > j£ I. iff." Ones WsaJ'i'ai Ro*te !• a m Sermon W.i.1... ol. .. Deceiver?" Mineha r >.m TEMPLE ADATH'YESHURUN. Cen : servative. 1025 NE 103rd St., Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Stone. • Cantor Maurice Neu. Bermon 1545 Jefferson Cantor Saul H. BETH RAPHAEL Ave Conservative Breeh. K|:i p.i Saturdaj • i. i in • BETH TFILAH. 35 Euclid Ave. Or thodox Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. • -BETH TORAH 164th St. and NE 11th Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Jacob Renaer. i nd • :.' %  p in Baa Mill K i I Ian 1,, ; % %  • .• %  ; M %  Kei • •: II of Ml Mrlow pi Ri -Mlrhai ol M Hn-l Mi Stan rdman Mil Iivah Konnle, aon ••' MJ and MrRoj Uawn — • B'NAi RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Jack Lerner. • CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MlPrldaj I l"' p in • HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pinetree Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. PYlda) "> IS i'in baturdaj I a.m Mln cha "• p.m • HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. a HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER 8th St.. Momestead. Conservative. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St Conservative Cantor Louis Cohen. Frldai 1:11 p m i in Mini ha p.m e JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H Stern. p m Baturdaj • a-i s. rmon Juda > rlatlanli a KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfieid Cantor Abraham Seif. %  i. p.m Baturdai i.n i. n i I 'i. i'•..%  Ha I M 'r s..ii ..I Mr ..ii.l Mr> \\ ii [in ii. I Her a LUBAVITCHER MlNYAN. 800 Wash ington Ave Orthodox Rabbi Aura ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field. a MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM 1544 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. e MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. a OHEV SHALOM. 11 Normandy Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman. e SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins Ave Rev Cantor Sadi Nanmiasncha p.m Kalurda Frldaj :. IS and I 15 p.w s.-rmon %  "Thmakaclvlni !> %  .•' al i Cuban n-i %  > eee Center." Saturday 7|14 a.m. and .Vis |. m. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5050 S. Kendall DrSo. Miami, flsjerm. Rat Herbert Baunigard. rt-tda) '••I 11 l 1 Bermon: "The Hemale Roota ol Ajnerlcaa Damocracj Baturdaj 11:11 %  !<•" Mltavnh Norman, wn of !> %  and Mrs Morton Axler; Robert, aon of Mr anil Mrs jack Oreen TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. Prldaj I '" %  p.m IT Jaff* wlW report on L'AHC biennial Baturdaj u a in lt:ir Mltsvah: Roben J auti ol Mr i: .i MrEdward 11 Kan TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH 7500 SW 120th St. Reconstructions. Rabbi Morris Skop. Ki-i.i.n 8:|! u in S. rinn '•• -" limn OU l to th, Brk< %  He irted, rt I i lions "ii Ihe l'armouth Caatle uragedj 10 .i iii 11 • %  I %  r.ni.ui iel Mandel will offi llturfj on eatabl "limenl ••< Is Mlti %  ah Ml h .' son ol Mi and Mr~ \ II n n • • %  • daon of \^ .HI I Mrs Ban %  Harm a TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1T25 Monroe St Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Sterner. a TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chase Ave. Libe-al Rabbi Leon Kronish Cantor David Conviser SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION TOLBOOT Isaac bosses Jacob, whose arms are wrapped in the skims of goats •And his father Isaac said unto him: Come near now. and kiss me. my son' And he smelled the smell of his raiment, and blessed him" (Gen. 27:26-27 TOCeOOT — Like Sarah. Rebekah at first was barren. Alter Isaac prayed to God on her behalf, one bore twin boys. Esau and Jacob Esau K "w up a hunter. Jacob an upright dweller intents One day. Esaureturned from the field vfrrt'Iftrrrprr. !" <** dainfulry sold his "elder son" birthright to Jacob for a pot of lentil soup. „ .... Isaac was old and blind and likely to die soon He called Esau and instructed him to prepare Isaacs favorite dishes, that he might bless him before his death However. Rebekah. who favored Jacob for his superior merits, arranged for Jacob to secure his fathers coveted blessing instead of his elder brother. Fearing Esau > revenge, and anxious lest Jacob marry < *naanite woman, his mother sent him to her brother laban. who lived in I'adan-Aram. Before leaving. Jacob received Isaacs blessing, the continuation of Gods original blessing to Abraham that he and his %  Md would inherit the land of I'anaan Isaac bade Jacob marry one of his uncle Laban's daughter! This recounting of th. Waefcly Portion of rha Law Is extracted and bated upon "The Graphic History of tha Jowish Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-T*amir, $15 Publisher it Shenaold, and the volume it available ot 27 William St.. New York 5, N.Y. Pratident of tha tociaty distributing the volumo it Joseph Schlang. THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT 1 >'. 11 -• V. • is a 1.1, • .i %  • i.n i i Sin %  .i ^ in %  .. n V .1 1 %  i s it % %  Mi Mra V • K %  %  tat h 1 lain %  %  f V• 1 •• • PI >pkln a TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM 16800 N W 22nd Ave Conservative Rabbi S M. Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman. i i.i. M Some Pacifists May Fall Into Extremist Group Ki |da> Ml p in .%  %  i i I %  .inler M ,1, I Mra Mill TEMPLE BETH TOV 643a SW 8'h St Conservative. Rabbi Ralph 2. Olisman. iid ad thi u Mr M a TFMPI.F EMANUEL 1701 Washlnoton Ave Cnr.-rvilivf Pir-bi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Ad'er Hebrew Lesson B SS> %SSS) — — ISBS r'ylDT —131 IS* 1 ? wtr • t -: T D':zp %  ] %  *vn Xinn ]QT3 -inx ni3x .D'p':Dn o-3io iio"?! DV/tfa Drx rn irn ; : i r T "pi ID^H D'l^l QH?3 .n*3i3T -is;-* na ^r*rt r*3i3T mr 1 ? 'TiD'n -i^nn •?in inr^rj ^mn mn .yDi|l2X*lK3 KSJ?3n n-3i3T p^a;;;? *?nan £rz~2 p Itli I ..Hill .1 | .1 Bar I • %  • I \! %  I Welnti funli %  'i i' a* • • e TFMPLF ISRAFL OF GrTFR Ml. AMI 'I' NF 1lh St Reform Rabbi Jotrph R Narot. r %  n rn i %  • I'.i. 1 i %  II I < .V • na Tnpli lory of H I l ilth %  m Israeli Class I>< you know that our pt>ople km.w now to make glassware for some three-thousand year-' In that pisriod, we hud Rood neighbors — the I'howiccians. Our forefathers lived with them in peace and learned many things from them; among others, also TEMPLE JUOEA 320 Palermo Ave. how to make glass. The fundamental material in the making of glass is th special sand — glass sand — that is found in our country in abundance. In the Great Machtesh (depression! in the Negev, this kind of sand is found in very great quantities In Dimona in the Negev, on the road from Beershelia to Sodom, is a factor) for the clean ing of the sand, and scores of families make a livelihood from it The glass industry in the counlivelihood to man> kei s It also saves thi >untry I (Published by Brith Ivrifh Olamitht By DR MAX LIPSCHITZ Beth Torah Congregation The recent self immolation of the two pacifists calls for a State mei.t from a religious leader 1-est it appear that the following remarks are sacri legious to then memories, may 1 a> at the outset that I respect the loftiness and no bilitj f their ideals rVe can not help hut admire the intensity of their coin let ion-. then deep con cei n for the p e a C e of the world and (or the lives of the innocent in \ let Nam as well as for the M)0 Amer leans who have been killed in Viet Nam since 1961 0. llfSCHITZ per. si" p in s. • imii M 1 • In CI s 1 1 1 ;i -• Bar Mltti ah Mara RoN • • -..i of Ml and Mrs Melrtn II in laon TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 TMh St Cnservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti. \ r > \ i %  II -. m.i II llli -•na Ha Mltat ih II rlauahti if Mi %  in i %  a TFMPLE NFR TAMID 80th St and T>t. ^, WII-A iv Vortr-n Tradltiomi R |ena Laboviti c^n. tor Edw.ird Klem V. —^ "M ? : -~r-r-2 fuimal Direcfors Plan Meet -• •. s .;-yzr-3 an A I .' -ii __^^— —,.^-sssssBBBBaBBBaaaaas .. nnsi rmfl ine nfcw JUUUMV. • — r^-aK* onuine a wn a U-DOW at TEMPLE OP OLOM •• S a 1 • e TFMPLF T I r i 4th *•.. • vat ve TEMPLE 7AMOR& i„ Cons. .• | B r Sn O ion Destroying God's Image We dare not eradicate with glib Statement! either their acts or that which motivated them to give their lives. On the other hand. God forbid that we should condone such ml cidal acts even for the most noble ol causes Fii ts Quakers and Catholics, %  hich these two believii thai i %  m the sin.n' of God and smil are ; %  nj to i lal • .i i • would-be sacrifice of jfl Isaac b) his father teaches us that when the ..X.J stayed 'Abraham's hand. He meant to impart to us the prohibi tion of human sacrifices, even for religious principles We are for hidden to offer our own bodies awell as others as sacrifices, eve on the Altar of (iod Essence of Martyrdom Second, what shout their be leaved families wives and chil dreii Did not one of the pacifists ine, are in destro) the life of hi* own daughtel What BbOUt the rj and suffering tin ir deaths have caused the survivor^ Third, what about the cause I peace tO which the) could ha continued to devote their lives How much more noble, had th> so believed, to continue to agit avigorousl) as possible for iw gotiations in Viet Nam" We. as Jews, take great pi in ihe courage of all martyrs. Jew ish and non Jewish Many I made the supreme ^iiUr'a inter than to violate tl, | .,., aa] or political pxinciples r( thrs committed suicide, even thev weie aware ol the i:..; %  i. %  mg tortures and physical penecu lions Tin case ot the self-immolatioi of mn American pacifi-ts i> out p extri Ktresnisrn often bore on Ihe psychotic \ sj on Ih problem of suicide wain Was D calle l of the I I Not in Vain pd an th i ii i .as.-...i ,i„ I %  theii deatl I UP



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26, 1965 knltt ffrridHun Page 13-A B-G Conducts New Knesset Session i Wins •s. Range i r n e y Irwin G. Bted Mrs. Athalie fl lu.sday for the Vice Mayor Alice the Miami City \ 11 t o r y found \*.1h 1Mim Sunday were numbers of all previoua parliaments, executives of the Jewish Agency, i>r Vera Weii mann and Mrs Rachel Ben-Zvi, willows, respectively, of Israel's first and second Presidents, for sign diplomats residing m Jem -alem. members of the outgoing Cabinet. Mi ,mi B< acl residents for the : u % ... : %  ill b. 'f honor _• tl -.i fifth annual scholarship dinner to he held Sundaj Di c 12, .it I he '•' mtainebleau Hotel Hj man Galbut, -< run. is ., i| %  • dinner committi i mnounccd ih.d Mrs Samuel l \t, and MrMax I'ohcn Chicagi mored Kalb 'luted philanthropist, is a retired furrier He is .1 ,,< mbcr i the Baitcher Sot ietj ., \, u Vork and one ol the found%  Temple Ahavas Sholom in Brooklyn, N Y Mrs Kalb is a Hadassah mem „., .,,,.1 iidentified with many civic ami religious groupThe K.iiiis have two children, Mti Kose Tyroler, "t New York, am \hBarnetl Quart, of Miami Beach. The Kalbs are active in Bonds lor Nraei. Zionist Organitation and various synagogues The following will serve on the irrangements committee tor the dinner: chairm.ni. Louis Pollack; O-Chairmen, Mrs. Murray Her r. I Mak.nsk\ LOUIS Meyers. Hans Rosenberg. Murray Rosenberg Men Stern lien I Binder Oscar Mamber. Sam Schachno. Sam Schechter, J. Jerry Schechter. MrS 1. Schwartl, Morris Ualdman. Sam Waldnian. Mrs. Sylvia /emel. and other senior officials of the iiovernmenl Minister of Justice Dov Joseph, whom the MapaiAchdul Ovoda alignment excluded from itlist of candidates in the Nov 2 elections, was the onl> Cabinet member absent. Meanwhile, Mr. Eshkol warned here that he would refuse to head the new Government unless Minister of Finance Pinhas Sapir revokes his threat to step out of the Cabinet, and stays on in hi* present post. Mr. United Fund Goes With $3,470,496 for The United Fund of Dade County went over the top in it1966 campaign Tuesday, when s:s •J70.41H) was announced at a vie tory dinner at the K.verglade? Hotel William D Smger, campaign chairman, said that the victory figure represented 3.6 percent over the 1965 goal of S3.35O.000. Last year's total was S3.261.125. or IQ0.2 percent of the S3.256.000 goal Singer was p r e s e n t e d with a silver tra> for his work as cam paign chairman Sapir's hesitance about holding his portfolio again in the next Cabinet is believed to be dependent upon whether Mr. Eshkol would support him fully in plans he has announced for tough measures to halt further increases in wages in Israel. The Finance Minister has submitted to the Cabinet a program calling for steps to balance Israel's economy without devaluation of the pound. Included among his plans is an effort to eliminate IsOver the Top 3.6% Margin I ,lohn H. Halliburton, vice presi 'ent of flight operations for Eastrn Airlines, officially became ampaign chairman for 1966 at le Tuesday night victory dinner. i-ael's trade deficit, by reducing it it an average of $70.000.000 a ear PALMER MEMORIALS • *^ r^Federation Sets Training Course A leadership training course sponsored by Federation of Jew* ish Women has been scheduled for Dec. 14 at Temple Israel and representatives from all Women's organizations in Dade County are in\ited to attend. Mrs Irving Wexler. of Coral Gables, is chairman of the event, which will -tart at !• ;{n a m and last until 2 p.m. Featured speakers and their sub;< ,N will be Molly Turner, How ;, Look Before Your Audiei 1 Mrs Sidne> Weintraub, "The Or ganization and its Women;" Mrs SI .1 nle> Myers, entary dure;' Mrs Dorothy K: Public Speakit and Mrs Henry Wernick, Human Relations." 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Wholesale Retail ISKAtU GIFTS AND NOVEITIES 417 Washington Ave. JE 1 9017 >A TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL 1545 Jefferson Avenue Miami Beach LATE FRIDAY NIGHT SERVICES WILL START TONIGHT at 8:15 P.M. CANTOR SAUL H. BREEH and CHOIR Will Chant the Services MUSKAL DIRECT0R-PAUI KAM10T HON. JUDGE HENRY L BALABAN Guest Speaker Public Invited Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI 4 DOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew Religion* Supplies for Synagoo'iei. School. 4 Private U.e 1585 Washington Ave. Miami Beach JE 8 3840 AMERICAN ISRAELI A RELIGIOUS STORE 3$ V NOW BE.NG BEMOOELEO! WATCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENT OF GRAND OPENING! 1357 WASHINGTON AVI. JE 1-7722 Schwartx GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open Every Day • Closed Sobboth 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 Miami's Only Strictly Jewish Monument Deoler CyorJon jfitncral 3 73-5533 FsMsrri. (-o'. ON Fi GORDON K' GORDON JAMES B GORDON II MOY GORDON 1903 1964


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Page 14-A -Jenlsfi ffcrkUftr Friday. November 26, 1965 Off the Record: By NATHAN ZIPR1N Preparing U.S. Jewry for What's Coming LJOW docs one %  > about he task of pre paring for the Jewish community o f the future" Ob\i (Hisly the ques •ion has no single answer. In fact it is even questionable whether the question can be answered at all. Surely no answer will 1H' found until we find the <•> to an understanding of the iraque pattern thai La the Jewish community In the rnlted states. A repetition of the platitudes that Mve SO often in the past marked the approach to the problem will not do. nor "ill mere palliativealleviate the malady. The American Jewish community in this age oi rapid change is undergoing a transformation thai is yet to be asMSSed. The community as we knew it before the rise of l>ra 1 18 no more. A new generation has nbx n over the land and much of it. too much of it. is being lured •>> wilderness and precipice The men anil women we have raised are living in a point in history where all of civilization is facing the challenge of moral, poHJcal, economic, soeia] and religious change. The old rods for measuring values have broken down and the generation that is to lead ua into the next century is in quest for new paths. How can we help them meet the future, their Jewish future, if we are dark in our own object ive? It is not enough to say we want to save our young from assimilation, from absorption by the mainstream Nor is it even enough to offer them what in our judgement are positive values for survival In a world of changing values few thinking people would dare substitute their own values, iv en though not fully tested in the crucible of time, for the time tested values of their elders. What are the values of the cur rent Jewish generation ot young and how can we harness them in our struggle for continuity".' They are not disparate values the youth harbors. Theirs is not a revolt against learning nor against God. Their uprising is only against that which they cannot understand, which they have not l>een taught to treasure Thev an Strangers to Jewish essence, and in their alienation thev become prey to blandishments holding other promise. The Jewish youth, in the humhie opinion of this writer, is sees ing a path to our destiny, but only on its own terms Our biggest mistake may be in trying to show them the way instead of permit tinthem to chart the path. It is a matter of record that all major American Jewish organizations are preoccupied with the problem of saving the Jewish youth for the future However, the magnitude of the task is such that it will not be met by fragmented action. What apparently is required is massive, centralized concentration by veteran Jewish leadership in cooperation with committed young and Jewish intellectuals on the campuses of the colleges and universities of the land. A first beginning might be a dialogue with the young on the dais of their own choosing Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR France Supplies Egypt With Arms BvBOW that the national I %  w tions in Israel are ovei and the country has returned "back to normalcy." the question ofj security is again uppermost in the minds of top Israeli leaders Especially since France has now joined the countries supplyinn K:.M>t with modern weapons. I'ntil now, France was the chief supplier of military jets and supersonic interceptors to Israel, while the Soviet I'nion has been the prime supplier of military hardware to Egypt. Now Egypt will get warnlancs from both countries, while Israel is not dealing with the Soviet I'nion which is outspokenly on the side of the Arabs Even before France had agreed to sell modern warplanes to Egypt. Nasser had the upper hand over Israel in importing jets and bombers and surface-to air missiles and submarines. According to information reaching the United States. Egypt had imported during the past 10 years about 2(MI jet fighters, as compared with Israel buying 100 such planes Egypl bad du thi same period ..No Imported about loo tactual bombers againsl Israels acquisition of 25 such bombers Israel has the upper hand over Egypt in supersonic interceptors by acquiring during the last lo years TO such interceptors against Egypt's BO, but Egypt has secured 25 intermediate range bombers with Israel having DO such bomberat all. Egypt has also acquired in the course of the last ten years ten times as many batteries of BUTlace-to-air missile, as Israel did And while Israel seems to have no surface to surface miasileS, Egypt has built about 250 such installations with the help of German ciiginon In submarines. Egypt has four times as many as Israel, according to American information Under such circumstances, it is no wonder that Israel is on the alert, although all indications point to the fact that Nasser, being not so popular now in the Arab world, as well as among his own population, will not dare to start a war against Israel for some time to come. Today's Though/: By PR. SAMUEL SILVER The Highly Revered Rabbi of the Canal Zone rvQ YOU like "*" your rabbi'' Perhaps you didn't expect that question After all. a rab hi is someone you think of in •erms of respect rather than affection Habbis are mired or revered. Many, of course, are also liked. Recently 1 met a rabbi who is positively adored. His name is Rabbi Nathan Witkin. and he serves one of the most unusual congregations in America. People often jest that Rabbi often Witkin's parish is intercontinental: it runs from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific That is a fact, because the good rabbi serves the men in uniform in the Canal Zone of the Isthmus of Panama, and that sliver of land joins the two oceans For thirty years, this remark able i at/u has ministered both to men in uniform and to the Jewish civilians of Panama. During World War II he himself donned uniform and served as a chaplain. But, as soon as the war was over, he went back to his Jewish Welfare Board building in the town of Halboa and continued to spread sunshine in an area where inspiration and reconciliation are needed. The thousands of Americans in the Army, Navy, and Air Force located in Panama need a "home away from home," and they j;et it in Habbi Witkin's chapel, in his lounge room, and most of all. in his genial personality. A thousand problems are always dancing around in Rabbi Witkin's head; these are the matters which concern the men in uniform who take their troubles to the rabbi. The Jews of Panama also need Rabbi Witkin, for often they are without a rabbi of their own. At weddings, baby blessings, holidays and in times of sadness they know they can turn to their friend and spiritual counselor Rabbi Witkin i< a walking ecu menist Ordained by the late sainted Rabbi Kook, chief rabbi of Palestine, he is at home with Orthodox or Liberal Jew i %  h groups. He is also at home in non Jew ish circles Indeed, he is as adulated by Christians as he is by Jews. He has stamped upon the minds of multitudes an image of the Jew which redounds to the benefit of each one of us. whereever we are. Rabbi Nathan Witkin has sustained personal sorrows, but he has borne them with incredible gallantry By: MILTON FRIEDMAN When The Lights Just Went Out T HE electrical power blackout has generated questions of compelling in-1 terest to the nation's rabbis, ministers, psychiatrists, a n d BOCial scientists. The I S National Institute oi Mental Health, for -.stance, would like to know if ie automated sge is iieipmu create people like the late Daniel BurTOSp the Jew Mho bfCSjBM lir. ,d lit on of the New York Ku Kbu Klan. Are push button 11 v ing and push button thinking linked to sick manifestations ol violence and n i atlion? it has been charged that mass pressure, to conform the do humanashsg megalopolis have produced an era that un ermines human dignity and lit ulual self-acceptance. Is Burros, the sado-rnasochlstic rebel, I symptom ;' America s dehumanising pr iperlty? or does he symbolize the misfHa among our rapidly-expanding masses, the people for whom our comfortable new socict> has provided no place When the lights wen" out in New York and other cttiee, the enormity of individual helpless ness was dramatized. i/jesUons loomed that had not onl> psychological and sociological but also theological implications Will the computers led us why an intelligent Jewish >..;ith be came a Nazi and a Klansman? or what motivated the religious zealot-, who burned themselves to death, in the name of ;>eace. in front of the Pentagon and the United Nations headquarters? There are some who without consulting the computers, tell us that individuals are crying out for personal identity and reason in an automated nation plagued by revolutionary tensions .it home and abroad Dr Leonard J Dnht Chief of Planning for the National Institute of Mental Health. hi warned that the individual and his CS pacity for mental wholeness' are gravely threatened ir. this nation Rabbis and theologians of all faiths have noted Dr Duhl's report to the White House Conference on Health. He *aid that man's greatest challenge may bw whether he can keep his identity and his feeling of control Jver I119 destiny. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Jewish Voters Go Hard on Jewish Candidates lobert I'ru e I.in lay's cam| laWaWr. is a Jew. and IJndsay could JEWS APPEAR to have done better ** in the elections in Israel than the United States Mr Eshkol has scored %  triumph in Israel, but Abe Beame. theaP e m oc ra t i c nominee in Now York. lost. However his opponent. Mr. fjmdsav did no! win by I majorjty: and Jews helped elect him. Rob"" 11 ml not have been elected without the Liberal Partj vote, and a in,a percentage of the Liberal are Jews. while jews generally support Jewish candidates as pasmdeiits of iyi they are a bit wary of supporTing them for politicsl jobs In a prt vioua election, when the Republican candidate was Attorney General Fefkowit/ the onh Astrlets he enrried were those of non-Jews If any Jews desire to be electeil Mayor, the} should leave New York and go to such places as Minneapolis or Fareo. so they will not be handicapped by the Jewish vote The fight in Israel between the Ben-Gurion and Fshkol parties wa. fiercely waged. The walls everywhere were cover*! with posters of the various candidates, each with his promises to the citizens Someone remarked. Before an election, the walls talk to you; after the election you talk to the walla tKayd zum vant.)" The punch lies in the yiddish expression. Ben-Gurion has taken his defeat hard. It's hard to see .1 man, you yourself pushed forward defeating you. 11 American system seems to have been better, After t .0 terms — eight yean the head of the country retires George Washington found that eight years watOO much When he quit alter two terms, hi greatly relieved to gel rid of politics H, raged about the attacks made on him And the HgMs that went on between Jefferson and Hamilton snare BO more Bjentle To top it all. during JeaSBSSOa %  ssssa, the vice prebid' :.! ol the United Estates Aaron Burr, had such a bitter political feud with Hamilton as to lead to a duel and the killing of Hamilton And 0 it continued The hitter end between Andrew Jackson and John 1 houn left only one regret in Jackson — that Qslhoun had not been handed In more recent times, we know of the criticism to which F I) I! was subjected, but Roosev It could take it He grew onlv incensed when they attacked his dog, Falla Nothing is contemptible In politics, said Disraeli. It's a rough game Its like war. but it's more BSSCHBBSg When La Guardia ran for mayor against Jimmy Walk er. Jimmy. who saw he was losing, would wind up every speech with the statement Will Mr La Guardia tell the people why lie left I'assaic''" The fact of the matter was th it La Ouardsa had never bean In Pas In Haifa. Abba Khou.shy SOSSns to have DO trouble being perpetually raelectod Khan once called Ehosashj "the world's best mayoi But Hi trashy is more Uk.1 member of the family than a politician Beery masnmnd in his ear. and if he sees anyone Uttering the streets he will bawl him out And be has all the mothers rooting for him He made Motn Hay 111 Haifa unique Usually, Mother's Day is hia'i d bj t n ling Mother %  card with a beautiful poem about how wonderful Mother is. Khoiuhv changed that No peama to Mother Thai IS forbidden instead. Moliier out oi the Kitchen and is taken for a ride 111 automobiles wherever she wants to to. while l'apa is forced to gel into the kitchen and do the work. i



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eir.^er mo 26. 1965 ky\ls*fhrHlr*r Page 15-A '.S Warned on Red Bigotry Claims | from Paflt 1-A ,. thai remain arc te for the needs L,M„, n soviet Jewi I M ,„ Yiddish L, been deprived of | to. nearly 20 years. Lge books," Sir Bar [ 0li has been mass.,1 b\ the Soviet au 0 t he Soviet Union the world outside %  ere -tores of reports l|,.i' each book was 1, ,. was another nvjvf announc [7 ,vas In pre par.i lthe Insignificant cdij! | the nows was fj -, ,, i press and radio reports to the West for weeks and months. "In the tame way, tome promises of amelioration of restrictions on Jewish religious life in the Moscow community have not only been given conttant repitition, but have alto been present ed at if they somehow applied to the religious life of the whole Soviet Jewith community — which, of course, they do not. To add tubttance to all this, Pravda noted, for the first time in many years, a (Communist) Party reference to the fact that Lenin had condemned antiSemitism. "The (act ithai the Soviet Union is still the onlj country in IHE KB... US I SEE II Continued from Page 4-A M with this humorous slogan: "Your besl friei I you need psychoanalysia ." „ ii in %  letter of outrage to Principal Lee Aimer. j in line with one of the current Communist ,te ihe idea that a large percenta erlment. and that there should be legisli i\ in need of this treatment a waj into institu... students in their classrooms would ull :• to thensubconscious minds • f. tr thai paychoanalysis is Jewish, and e r of being committed oi • iprnational Zionist intrigue Tune was -Alien the maoly harbored an institution -i eff< ctively previ nted once and foi all :,, :. ,i | n ., Perhaps psycho. | \\ I ,.. the hospitf I has sii ed, who ; \.,i; i .,.• %  un -t Crusade, can nol James Hargis its mentor, lo whom even ches of Christ is .i Communist ENIOR CITIZENS!;.pcciAL LSSAU 5QO' Bay; it f •J, itettoi %  four fronds for 3 or 4 dav* • %  atxiard tr-j led S S FLORIDA. 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Sir Barnett stressed that "dis gusting anti-Jewish articles still appear in Soviel newspapers, masquerading as propaganda against Judaism outside the main Soviet centers visited bt tourists, he declared, "the .leware still without synagogues or are hindered in their re! %  %  and all ubjeel to harrass ment by So irity authori ties Nothing has been done to give Sovii I Jews the mosl eleme: mal facilities or tht mil • %  nec ssarj to i theii cul tine and thi ir II irical identil The \ lo Jevi ish leader then criticized the l SSR sh u pi) the recent efforts ol to the United Nations to have Zi im equated with amendmei I lo a I'.N coi for the • on of all racial intoli n %  rhe Soviel ill %  had inl such tort, which sin '.i wipe out :i procond< "It is clearly impossible for us," Sir Bar.iett told the Board of Deputies, "to stind by and watch this situation without making our concern and our misgivings known to the Soviet authoriiies. The Jewish community in this country and in other countries cannot be indifferent to the plight of Soviet Jews, to whom many of us are related by the closest family ties. The fact that they are allowed no or V Judo Expert Off to Meeting Byron Topoi, cnairman of the Health ami Physical Education i ommittee at the YM and WHA iti r Miami, announces appointment ol Al Tudor, YMHA • ctor of health and physical education, to the United Statea i rlj mpic Judo Committee The committee will meet in Waal D.C., together with ov rail United States Olympic nmittee Mondaj and in their briefuig an i i izin -' struczation, no voice in their own irs, makes our responsibiliver greater. 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#A< lAJi OWICM S "WoAJl 'Jewish Floridian n J by ISABEL GRCVE t':• Novtmbei 2b. 1965 Section B AT HflM Of 1966 DIVISION CAMPAIGN irs Lehman Heads Women's CJA H %  % %  |c ll I I; U I here '.and. iltlVC • of the Federation of Jewish W inei • Or il n pa • pn tidenl of the of thi Na i i -h Won • arj of the %  N %  I |l : Beach oi Ihi li t ish Famil) ,: \\ hi. \\ hO • .'. rniei .i pad i the Mian i Bea< li ; <,>... Parent ^ssocia lion ami on the Dade Count) e PT.A • ired colum lewi h Floridian, holds Bacheloi li iversity, la a past president of the Mpha Epsilon N.ard of pjae n raon of the Jrw^h phi Sororit) Association, and ii on Federation here !" t "" ,al ** rA nf ,h soronty *•. IUH c. IMAM* commtttae. bodgaH eommltlaa and In honor "f the 59th wad inniversarj of Mr J (1 Mra Morris B rook i, their children Conrad DJuretta and Melodye In vit fit over 200 fnen li and relatives to Join them dui ng tI.II.IN evening servl temple Beth Tw Rbbi Ralph Z Glixman ill officiate %  j\ the celebration assisti I >>> the temple choir Origin Southwest Jewish Center B To* aa founded in Ifca Brooks al 52 I SW %  M thi first \ik covers holiday obsen ing their tioi %  '. ti thi ts at all High : I M .. B i ti Mrs Essie •' .ely fianci of • re Mrs. Ethi %  Mi • i ouis Hoder elect tie the knot on I : dinner pan • Wednes Myei K irsnet nig those enjoying the ft vities were the Bernard Schind the Martin Londoni with son Steven Dr and Mrs Hurt on K thy London Jak s. Idin i m Lai V< is foi *ntng and a little fun aw Jack Duchess Cogen, Ed and Minn Brman all of Miami Beach • • • Xra north on Wednea Mr and Mrs Waltei Bergi r who will attend the Bai Mitzvah <>f grandson Lee Bi rgei at Pompion Lakes Jewish CenU r Porqpton Lakes, N J i"> .,!.., i„. ( 4 Son ol Warren Bi rj era UM celabrant i ng athlete and iyer on hit I i • • Meeting hi M %  • %  |OI \1> i i I im Los \ Mon %  Bai Mitzvahs h An \ led Mi Saul Kir;; Ubert I %  • i ind MrMM .: %  d Mrs Hutu Son oi thS< J • %  PI • ebranl was honore l nd dinni i ht at thi Ugiers Hote • • • more Bar Mitxvah news Russell, son of former Miami Beach Councilman and Mrs Continued on P9 11-B isRfteu Our must-see shop on the street floor, downtown miami filled with the Best from Israel! Arts, crafts, fashions accessories, many ours exclusively, many one-of-a-k.nd On the sixth floor. Israel. paintings and prints on sale from the Murray S Greenfield gallery of Tel Aviv and New York. % 



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Page 2-B ftJewlrf) ncrkftor Friday, November 26. Women's Council Plans Meeting; Hebrew Academy Women take instruction from Mrs. Hairy Rosenberg (second from left) as she shows the Decoration Committee how to construct birthday cake centerpieces for the 18th annual membership luncheon at the Deauville Hotel last Tuesday. Theme of the affair was "L'Chaim" in honor of the 18th anniversary of the founding of the Hebrew Academy. Left to right are Mesdames Leonard Adler, Harry Rosenberg, chairmen of decor, M. H. Rosenhouse. president of the Hebrew Academy Women, Sam Rosner, president of the PTA, Jerry Schechter, Irving Firtel. membership chanman; Sol Sandier, and Matthew Ettir.ger. Hebrew University Women's Division Will Cite Mrs. Simonhoff Here Dec. 16 MKS. SAMUll SimOHHOff Selection of Mrs. Samuel Simonas 'Woman of the Year" was announced this week by the Greater Miami Women's Division of the Hebrew University A< < lo Mrs Philip F Thau, presi the award Is given annually to a resident of Florida who ha-< served her community "through civic, cultural, educational and philanthropic endeavors Mrs. Simonhoff. regional presi dent of the Women's Division, American Friends of the Hebrew University f>r the southeastern United States, served ;is president oi the Greater Miami Women's i>i vision for the three years. Mrs Simonhoff is a lormer campaign chairman and president of thi Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's Division, i %  %  of the organizers of the Greater Miami Chapter of Ha sab, she was its president foi three Mrs Simonhoff was amoi founders of the Ml Sinai Hospital Auxiliary, served avice president and trustee, and was named %  life honorso director of the Auxiliarj The award luncheon is scheduled for Tnursda) Dec 16, at the Kontainehleau Hotel Representative oi the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Dr. Bernard ('licriuk. will come from Jerusalem to prest nt the award. The program will Include a musical presentation by international concert violinist Joan Field. Greater Miami Section. National Council Ol Jewish Women will hold division meetings on Wednesday. Mrs William l Brenner, section president innouoced thai each division is planning a program ohterving itShip-a-Boi Project, winch provides educational toys at Chanuka for kindergarten child ren in Israel An original skit. "Council's Heart.' written hy Mrs Joseph Duntov. Section ovi rseas interpn ter will be presented l>> many of the division* The skit details N .iw overs* program, which Includes fellowship irantt, Mipport o' the John Dewej School of Edu cWon at II. i %  t niversitj build ing of the Hebrew University High ,| .„„! a ids In the teaching the disadvantaged child in Is Bay Division will meI at Wash ington Federal, inn Kormandj Dr. i a ra dis< ission on -Exodus froi N ton lunch will be I illowed by the skit unril'J Hi ft %  < %  '' %  %  review of %  The Ral ''• pre* nted bj Mrs Barbara Wal Coral Division lun HIHel House 1100 Millet D tor n 30 a m Ntrs Irvii %  Goll will %  m. Indian Cre*k Division CarriHoti • red b) the -kit ards Council who will discuss! I %  Of < h IT-' .ifti'r th t ing Ol a new film, M cover) South Dad* Division, M the Y.MFl.V RSOO S\V 8 St fj a 0 30 a in coffee Noon hm program includes the him. End." and a debate on rigfcf political and social li moderator. Dr. Thoi professor of political the l'ni\ersit> nl Mi Harmony Chapter Party Harmon's chapter, l: aj annual membership partj da> at the ueauvill an even. Today is Mother Day Islands Divis.on v ill the • Miller. • 12 %  p • %  will I Lincoln Di.ision meets al 12 30 I thi Sea Gull Hot* I Skit. mi il's li art, will I i %  .. speakei Meyer L Shores Division will me.' Westvievi Countn Club al noon foi luncheoi Is. (Sues! speaker will !*• Leo Mautner, chairman of the Miami Peace Corps Service : .-•• %  .... ft horn. 'I Methcr.,UGEFILTEFISH Kosh rr(9>H reve • i food PlO*KU Horse Day* Will Assist YMHA Lots of fun is planned by lira Harr\ Gordon for Dec 14 for sup porters of the YM and VUIA of Greater Miami The day is the third a n n U a I %  Benefit Da) al the Races to aid three Gn ater Miami orai the "Y The even! N pi lenefacl 'I'll. II N Mrs laed foi mdt r sis thi \outh cultural enrichment evi ims. Serving on the Benefit Day Committee with general chairman. Mrs Cordon, are co chairmen for arrangements, Mrs Robert Grots and Mrs Aaron Higer. reservations chairman. Mrs. Marshall Harris; and general ticket chair man. Mrs Alva Badane> New unsaked Mazola Margarine now certified Kosher and Parve. i t M fOlMlMCI *-.-. Margarine This means >ou can use Sweet I nsalled Ma/ola with either milchig or Heishig dishes. There are 4 more important reasons why >ou should huy new I nsaltcd Ma/ola Margarine. 1. It contains l lo the sodium of other iwtset unsalted margarines. 2. It the onJ) sweet margarine thai contains pure liquid Mazola ( orn Oil 3. It's the on!) unsalted margarine thai woal hum it normal in ing temperature 4. You'll find both unsalted and regular, itK .died Mazola Margarine in youi %  CCI I ilaii \ case. ^vunm wwuna -u-ouw ^



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1065 *Jfi-i drat V %  *#< ni wrl • by MR. Loun %  • n( •> -rt. A i "ii iv mo%, Hr< s. %  : irv Pund • t hi rnter .: Dee Mn Isidor Home and %  n Mas G (onnder ( •Je M Wl || '• ;>n.k.-rani I illst. %  rho will pn'from popu %  H • inpanird W Bert I if the role* I' • who has dirrrt.it Ihe i ••-: l< The* its I Other manner* of I I rItarvej Kramer. Jud> Gerard, J I Alicebaa, St.inton Haipert, How ard Hollander. Jack Shapiro, Shii i.v Kmrr. Kitt> Stone and I Kudt rVih Shoiom Festival nf the \it n thearm of Sisterhood, under WIHM• ,i> the Th|>ian p.rformancf^ arr p r • • %  n t rd Momrxrshipin the Kr-tnal <>( Arts can be obtained at (he Tem l>lc offic*. as can individual tickets for the two performances Funds ratted from Ihe pro are used by Sisterhood for It* Rettxtoai School Subsid) Fund. > ommittee in ehaffgt ol the presentationare fttn Michael V. el Mf* Harvey Kramer UTS Leon Unfer, Kn Saul Morgan, Mrs Joaeph Parde, Ihe wayi and mean\ce president, lervinf, as ctuartnan Pre-Chanuka Child Fund Dinner ii itual k-r of He will be guesl 7.\ i Adli le Emanu El, will i• •. %  usical program. I'n Mrs Vbraham Seltzer will exti to the guests and Mrs Bva Golub will %  the Invocation Lippman vice prei dent, and Child Rescue Pund chair iin i hai. e "i Ihe i ram I Gal %  • the home ol Mrs Mil %  cil president I %  %  othei M Hld.V. l p m at Ihe b Mrs Ea field B03 Vnast \ oral Gables Mi Moses Meyer, i hapt e r adv al Ihe first (unction ii M< mbei ship Tea" on at 1 p m In • Hotel Blvd Psydriafrisf Speaks Here %  i. i : Icl n i i• Garden Club Luncheon Slated Mrs. Ben I-ond. president "f the Ml sin.ii Hospital Garden Club, will entertain members "t 'tic chib with a luncheon al her DiUdo Dr home Honda) noon, Dei <'• Executive Board will arrive al plan future ... UMiies. tccordi lo Mri Byron Topol .nn.in. U e for • will With the J. i Bel Members who will partial %  re Mi sdames Louii G %  ; Seymour Rubin, v Rosenbi rg, Robert Frank. M o rr Steinbi r u d I Mrs Sadie Lowe president of a card c to be held on Monday, \2 noon, at Washing ton Federal. NF 6th Ave and 167th St Proceeds marked (oi Child Rescue Vvivi r*| in rhursdS) Dec 2, will have guest speaker Dr. Max Lip Spiritual leader of Beth i ation lie will speak on How Important ii Chanuka Meeting to he held at First Fader al. NF 9th Av.and 123th St Miller Circle Has Anniversary Anna Miller I ircle Miai Blka, held a 25th but party i a Tuaarlaj evening Ihe silver n nlveraan celebration ind rtainmenl and birthdaj cake The club's only pn '" Home for i'npi>led < hUdren at UsnatilU, Fla where children antreated and fshuat.d from infancy until the) -re 21 years of age i" tin-ly without charge Sunshine Chapter In County Fair Funds raised at the annual Count] Fair sponsored by Sun shine l hapti r B'nai B*rith W 111 go to the group's projects. Ml (ted for Tuesday, from 4 p m at Washington Federal, 8B9 NE 167th SI Mrl : resident Morris Wilst n and Mrs ii.m Jacob) ico-chairmen In refn ihmenta are Mi •• MN Stern Mrs Leon K Mrs Helen Roberts 01 on the ommittee are Mrs Milton W. mhrg. Mrs 'a>^ Geidbi rg and Mrs rhomas D Friedman i) evening chapter ni-: will participate in a paidup membership part) sponi b) Broward North Dade Council MIIW at Burfstde Coaamanity Center, twoi (oiiins Ava Mrs Samuel KupsenaL membership vice president is m i haii;.of res.-rv ations Shoiom Women Hear Columnist Janet i husmir, columnist of The M i .. m i B •• 11 h Sun. was speaker at the regular open i ing Of Temple Beth Shoiom Sis terttood w Wedneada) Her topic was rhe Jewish Contribution lo Amerii an Literature, in honor of Jewish Book Month l„ the e of MrSeymour Silverman, president, who was at lending the biennial convention ,,i the National Federation ol Temple Sisterhood, the meeting was conducted i>^ vice president, \|;s Bennett 1-ee Mrs, Haive) E Kramer, a past president, was chairman of the da) MrJames M Knopke, vice president, was in charge of hospItaHtv "Ta'im Ban... how do yoo say Paradiso?" •Eden" is undoubtedly the Old that Chef Boy-Ar-Deo *jv starving for to de-. s Ihe true 1 or of this wonderfully ri.'h sauce. CHEF I0Y-AR-DEE* SPAGHETTI SAUCE with Mushrooms So good with so many dilhai —spaghetii, macaroni or ruo, foi Icfi over mcut or fish, for cheese and omelets. Made. With flavor-peak tomatoes, •picet and leader mushroom*, simmered to perfection for true Italian lasie.kecp picuy cm hand. KOSHER \ MORRISON ^SCHIFF fa "THE GOOD FRANKFURT' EARL BILL LADDER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BiACH Phone 531-6811 COMMUNITY KOSHER DELICATESSEN ORDER YOUR HOLIDAY SPECIALS NOW LOT* OF KOSIIHIl KtHHHKS FEATURING THE FINEST HOMEMADE SOUPS rmctlH MA1ZA I ORDER YOUR TURKEY NOW STUFFED BREAST OF VIAL CHICKEN IN THE POT SUNKEN IN THE POT BREAST OF IAMB KASHA VARNISHKAS ^ERYTHiNG MADE TO ORDER MATZA BALLS 2 for 25c LARGE KREPLACK $1 25 per Dox. HOMEMADE STUFFED DERMA 89c per Lb CHKKiH mtMk BAIL KflHACK MusnaooM aaatf r UNTIL SWIIT 1 I00 CABBACt NOrMftN BIAN VfCITABU 79c per Qt. I0M l>ur<> rti||M€l i hhkon Lh'tr V.U__ ii -J r.gpiiTF lb. Lb. o I'll re t lioift|M>i i ""'ii'-" ---" Noodle or Potato KUGEl 75c per Lb. Famous Homemade CEFILTE FISH 50c Each I Wots m*MKMABB Wi€KtMB IIFIfllfV^ F ^hly Smoked CHUE$-98c Lb. LOX-59c \A lb. NOVA-79c '4 KOSHER CORMID BEEF AND PASTRAMI CUT TO OROER-59c U It. "liKTTBB Til t.V MAMA VHEB TO MAKE" ALL FOODS COOKED ON PREMISES 03DER NOW COMMUNITY KOSHER DELICATESSEN 5 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD M.AM. BEACH KOR.DA Phono .IK l-7tl ^**• %  ,N fc|lv *' rv SUNSWEET PRUNES ...from SDNNY CALIFORNIA •el tree-rtpMd a S?£l ....c H,un., seotoe m a £; and ne na--.-al way .0 reflula.I Pc.ve FOR MEALS ANf> 0UT-0F-PACKAGE NOSHING



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F=-e 4-B U*i*tfhrrf-">r Friday N %  p J m fi <* -• %  id fi t St w la n a \ r m ..I m c :o se la IX H it .•< r* hi fa Itf io> i f He .'new trainii Menorah. and now is attending confirm ation class at the Temple She belongs to Amie girls' club sponsored by the YviiA, and is recording secretary and chairman of the Jewish Asso SHARON At a recent Men's Club social function of the Jewish Convalescent Home of South Florida held in the Forte Towers are (left to right 1 Miami Beach Constable Leonard O. Weinstein. Mrs Joseph Keiser. and Irving Pietrack. new Men's Club president. Some 600 persons attended the paTty in honor of Weinstein. who was one of the founders of the club. Pietrack. a noted violinist and orchestra leader, presented Weinstein with a specially-engraved plaque to mark the occasion. PEOPLE WHO ARE INTERESTED IN WORKING, SETTLING OR STUDYING IN ISRAEL TEMPORARILY OR PERMANENTLY can obtain information through the representative of the ISRAEL ALIYAH CENTER, INC. 1 Lincoln Road Bldg., Miami Beach, Room 214 Israel Histadrut Committee SUNDAY. DECEMBER 5th to MONDAY, DECEMBER 6th TELEPHONE FOR APPOINTMENT JE 8-1231 Jonai Council of Jewish Women Sponsors Burton Film Premiere Here Premiere perforo Sp> who Came in from the Cold is being sponsored by the Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women Evening Division; Mrs David South Dade Division; Mn etion chairman; Mn James Rodenberg. Section ticket Chairman and Mrs Nathan Mach Physcian fo be Speaker Miami B< at the Veti • Jackson Mi Lebanon Hosi %  T he Heart \ slated for Prida The performance will be Thurs. Ley Coral Division. ington Ave. Federal • i la da* evening, Dec 16, at the Sheridan Theatre Starring are Richard Hurtnn. Claire BloOTO and Oskar Werner. Chairman is Mrs Burton Gold berg. Selling tickets to the event are Mrs. I-eonard Nabutovsky. ciation Committee, which serves Minor citi/ens at banquets, raises money for charities and enter tains children in orphanages She belongs to United Syna w Youth and is vice president in charge of Buildini Spiritual Bi Idges, w hich support orpl In Southeast Asia A ninth grader in Nautilus junior High School, she occupies see ond chair in the clarinet section of the concert band and is band librarian. The Dairy Council has a continuing program to honor meritorious yoong people in Dade County Nominations can Insent to Agnes Edwards, 1001 NW 7th St.. Miami. Greene to Chair MfJgnaTs Fifth Jubilee Ball Here Robert 7. Greene, trustee and founder of Mount Sinai Hospital, was Wednesday, re-appointed chairman of Mount Sinai's fifth annual Jubilee Ball by Leonard L Abess. president Serving with Greene for the second year as cochairmen will be his wife, Nancy and William B MacDonald Jr. both founder members of the hosp ital. Date of the ball nas been selected as Saturday. Dec 11. and will be held at the Pontainebleau Hotel. Greene announced that Mr. and Mrs. Saul Silberman will jerve at host and hostess for the cocktail hour immediately preceding the ball. Chairman and ro chairmen also announced at a recent Ticket Committee meeting that advance sales to the social affair were excellent but that good table rereservations are still available." iii'V reported thai an electric cart, donated to the hospital. Will be given aa price and that a nationally known singer will l part of the evening's enterti ment. \i %  ording to '• I rd I n Home for the \.ed bj creative leisure-time proma • Educational assistance for dcserving students at the University ol Miami • Civic assistance by public affairs programs lor the community on pertinent legislative needs and developn i • Technical assistance in the e program HEW Appoints Gordon to Post The l' S. Depart nun: of ]{• altsi Education, and Welfare has j nounced in Washington '.hat J a D Gordon, president of Washioj ton Federal Savings and lan \i sociation. ajjd a membv of th( Dade County Board of Public 1 stmction. has be 'Kinri EdttH nirmlxT of the Ah on State DepartD tion J Judge Feller Speaks at Beach '•I'nited Nstiot World Cnited h\ Law 0 der and Justice" was the title of Judge Milton Feller's address when he appeared before I Chapter of the l niti I Nal Association it was meed !>\ Prol Andn S Bia h.iirman The meetii held Monday !l i> m at Washini Ion Fed< 1234 Washington Ave The Council is I panels designau the office oi Education admt istering the Elemi ntary Se ,ir\ Education Act The Advisory Coui view progress) made V of the Act. which Federal grants to stn education agencies .-,its findings and recon -J to HEW Secretary J ner on March 31 1061 retary will transmit thi | report to the I'n great Beach Auxiliary Brunch North Miami Beat h | Je isli Home for thi \ p mi mix I II i Dec. 1 i the Dunes Motel Mager Named To Fla. Council Gerald Mager, Assistant Attorney General of Florida. reo i lly returned from Washington, D.< where he was sworn in to practice before the I S Supreme Court Mager. 31, who lives in Tails hassee with his wife and two children, is the son of Rev and Mrs Morris Mager. of 1725 James Ave Last week. Gov Burns appointed Mager as a member ol .he Florida Advisory Council on Mental Retardation The Council was created by the I96S Legists Lure to a-s|st in carrying out thi state's mental retardation pro grams NOW OPEN Towne House for Con vale seen ts 899 N.W. 4th Street, Miami Tel: 377 8914 SAMUEL GITLEN Owner SHIRLEY SCHACHTER. Dnt



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26, 1965 + 3eistlhrMton \ Democratic Women Are Hanored ombined semiannual and memman; Mrs. Bernard Spector. vice president. Deinq for Mount Sinai Hospital partment of Membership. Standing (left to .'.iaiy are seated left to right, right are Mrs. Donald Kaplan, program co Gieen. membership chairman; chairman, and Mrs. Jerry Blank, program cov I Seeder life membership chairchairman. Mount Sinai Women Planning Meet \ %  Iii mo%  Dei rjiufc lionorii their Womei m '" '' > : r %  tward nomineei m instal ation luncheon last Frida) at the .ville Hotel Mrs Dale "Seooter" Miller was pMri spoakcr and installing off ,i II.T hushand served as chair man of President Johnson's 1!)65 inaugural, and she was his assist ant Mrs Miller has been active in Democratic Party affairs for nianv years. A native Texan and former school teacher, she also has worked for numerous civic, com uiiimty. educational n4^baritable ; causes Club nominees for the awards. I sponsored by the Women's Activ Itiee Division of the National Democratic Committee, are Mrs Louis Classer. work for Project Head Start. Mrs Fritz Cordon, community beautification. and Mrs. Malvin Fnglandor. political leadership National awards will be given to nine women who will attend a p., uil .(inference in Washington n April They will be selected from the local nominees through >ut the country Officen installed at the lunchon were Mrs Louis Glaseer pre* ident Mrs Malvin Englander, Paul < ; r:inri and Mrs Florence Kalfon, vice presidents; Mrs Max LeVine and Mrs Martin Smith treasurers; Mrs Ben Ham re c ordin \ istio : •*< MiIrvini i corn retarj Mrs lo iwmut, parlianu • I \i : Milton Grayson, historian; Miss Sylvia Stein, chaplain; and Mrs Elliott Roosevelt, advisor Mrs Englander is serving as chairman of the affair At tbe recent State Convention 0< Damocratlc Women's Clubs in Sarasota. the club received the Christine Maxwell Award for "progrotaive arorft for the Democratic Party." Medical Center Games Party Greater Miami Chapter American Medical Center, will hold a ames part\ on Tuesday evening at the Town House Hotel. In charge Of reservations are chairmen Mrs Ceil Posmanick and Mrs J,-rry ROMAthaL Funds rai-ed will be channeled to the Thanksgiving party for pat tents In 'he cancer and chest divisions of Jack Memorial Hospital. Each patient will receive a gift When necessary patients from the Greater Miami area are sent to the American Medical Center in Denver where 'hey recieve treatment without cost %  %  %  Hospital Women's n udent, Mrs Vale and membership vice Bernard Spector, .innounced an innova ,eir semiannual meet held Friday morning. w approach," accordpresident, ''is for a type meeting which i the semi annual and • tosjothera of the erehip chairmen Green and Mrs Breakfast will be • ispttal s cafeteria 1 new ii p according to \lr~ Levinson, will then met in the LOUia I Wolfson Auditorium ul the hospital Program chairmen Mrs Jerry Blank and Mrs Donald Kaplan. will introduce the Miami Beach High School A Cappela Choir. which will present a program en titled "From Brussels to Bi was.' directed h> Miss Ann Duncan. \n Informal fashion show will follow, with members modeling from the hospital s Gift shop rhe morning's program will include an informative talk by Mrs A Herbert Maths* on "The Mount Sinai Storj Myrtle Wreath Morton Towers Hadassari Awards Will Go To Notables Here will .• %  rtle W ,. houst of Mon Myrtle Wreath \ \in. rii an DeHerald Dr • it, Miami Mis Eve linical psycho Memorial Hospital. pn sident and W l"\.l and Judge '. pediatrician and (Judge and found (enter \t-. | II iel Menu pn ii lent, p of H I Ursinp brunch ui the Morton lowei i • • II 45 B Wernick will I.,• will %  • II mark the culm Miami Chapter of i membei ship drive : who have enmemben and i will Include musicMiaha Pomaav profi or >>f i mior Col" .• >, BB Women Slate Member Affair 1 he fo ii pai ticipating chai .,• ib) Broward North Dade ( ouncil i; nai B nth Women will have a combined paid up membership af fair for their 800 members Hollywood, North Dade. Sho ihana, and Sunshine < bapters will gather on Tuesday, 8:30 pm. at the Surfsidc Communit) Center Ansel Wlttenstein, presidenl Florida State Federation of B'nai B nth Lodges will l>c narrator foi a musical skit Israeli Musical Travelogue." starring Marion ,i Estelle Hoberman, ,,..,i Soi • s Solnick Miss >i asio will I-II 1st Mi Julian Na airman U ii I rvtU to all their hus Mn l; Che tail Celebration i l< bra %  Hadassah Bazaar Set on Beach SI %  ^-___a_ spread I huitln nunnhine with Hut'vulvnt navvl vranqvtt A c % 



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pp Jmjtf nvrMtoF Friday, November 26, \{ I d t b y u r f I • I I c ... tzMbout f^eoplc an JVi aces ROUND UP OF OLD TIMES' SSS I're.-iderit and Mrs Hear) KinE Standford. of | the University of Miami, entertained the universits I "Id Timer*" at a cocktail party in their home in South Bayshore Drive EstateRe in \uny auld acquaintances were Ce Ce and Milton Weiss. Audrey and Charles Finkelstein. Htba and Jack Daner. Myra and Aaron FanClaire and Sydney Wcintraub. Rose and Albeit •dman and Polly and Baron de Hirsch Meyer • • ALL WERE "SEA COASTERS" Babhott 'Mrs Bertram i Thorpe and Dorothy In Herbert Wiseman had a hnmeheon at the Hotel. Two requisites — the guests had to be female and live in the Sea Coast Towers Apartments Among' euests playins later in the card room were kin. E. Allen Becker. Mrs Max V. %  •,-. Mrs Myer Cohen. Mrs. Nancy Klein. Mrllv Frackm.ii. Mrs Simon Cohen and Mrs. Edward Coldstein The next excitiny event on the mda for the Thorpes is a trip to St Petersburg to visit ton Jay and h.s lamily. and to inspect h new offices Jay is an attorney. PINK AND WHITE IS FOR BRIDES Everything was pink and white at the bridal AIT that Fran (Mrs Burtoni Levey ~ave in honor of her sister at I'ub Restaurant. Eileen Bloom is marrying Robert Handelsman. of Miami, on Dec 26 in Akron. O. The shower gifts wheeled in on a pink and white cart were opened anon: a chorus of ooh's and aah's. Along with all of the aunts and cousins were the "machatanista." Mrs. David Bloom, and Mrs Herbert Handelsman. Other guests included Mrs. David Sohaecter. Mrs Arnold Giant*, and Mrs. Robert Goldstein. Shirley (Mrs. Edward* Blum, who had a kitchen shower the week before for the brideto-be. couldnt decide whether she liked being a hostess or a guest the best. • • • YOU HAD TO BE A LWMUIST It as a fun nigtii at Vcra and Norman Frisch's apartment in the Bnclteil Town House. The dampness of the weather at the football game Ml offset by the results of the Miami Bosten College score. The guests sang Happy Birthday to Vera in English. Then they couldn't talk unless they spoke in a foreign language. Just a little French and Spanish were spoken, in addition to Pigeon English and Yiddish. Among gUOata were Dr Edward and Helen Cutler. Martin Gelt, Li I and Herb Edelstein. Dorothy and Max HaiKlshu Nettie and Ralph lie.-, and Ada and Bert Sher. • • • THE BILLBOARD SAID "HAPPY BIRTHDAY" When Jeanette Sussman and her husband. Sidney, with their friends Mr. and Mrs. Jack Specket. were DShaMi into the private room at Nick ar.d Arthurs, and Jeanette saw the big birthday lign, she was completely overwhelmed Her husband had planned the birthday dinner as a surprise and a surprise it was. Among those to help her celebrate were Mr. and Mrs. H Pinsky, Mr and Mrs. 1-ou Pilser. Mr and Mrr D Berger. Mr and Mrs. Herbert Eft, Mr and Mrs Milt Olkin, and Mr and Mrs QafniCW "i i ager. • • • WHAT HAPPENS TO DO-GOODERS Bet (Mrs Maxwell" Hyman was collecting She was at her last-honc and feeling particularly joyful because of the check she had just been given Then she -lipped and fractured a bone. Now she is in Ml Sinai Hospital doing the rest of her collecting bv phone When there Is a job to be done, no matter what, the volunteers are right there GETTING TO KNOW YOU The new members and the old members got acquainted at a dinner dance for new members at Westview Country Club on Saturday The new decor won the acclaim of everyone, especially the revolving stage. Tall centerpieces of fall flowers were on each table Joan and Jerry Blank entertained some of their friends that eve Ding. At their table were Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz. Mr and Mrs. Alex Manson. Mr. and Mrs E. E Bloom. Mr and Mrs. Leonard L. Abets. Mr. and Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes. and Mrs. Jack Ablin. At Joni and Stanley Tate's table were Birdie and Ed Denniaon and Alice and Don Koren. Also spotted were Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Hal pern. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Kravitz. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kravitz. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Heiman, and Mr and Mrs. Samuel Halpenn — Franca* Lahman At a Southeast Region meeting at the Deauville Hotel last week are .seated) Mrs. Florence Kupperman, region president, and Jacob Oleiski, director cf ORT in Israel. Standing left to right) are Mrs. Harold Schneider, chairman of the regional executive committee; Mrs. Louis Baron, past region president; Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt, national vice president; and Harry Rosenblatt, president of the Greater Miami Men's Chapter of the American ORT Federation. Servicemen at Thanksgiving Fete Israel's ORT Director Honored Jacob Oleiski, director of ORT in Israel, was guest of honor at a %  ng ol the S Iheast Ri gion in Women's American ORT last week at the Deauville Hotel A cocktail pal I l< d the ram, during which Oleiski brought eetii I from tin SI n! Israel and ORT in Israel on the dais wi re Mrs Lo is on pas) n ion president. it man of the evening; Mrs Harry Rosenblatt, national \ i e president, who gave the invoc anon; Ham Rosenblatt, president of the Greater Miami Men's (hap tt r of the American ORT Federa tion: Mrs Florence Kuppcrinan i.n president, who introduced the honored guest; Mrs Harold Schneider, regional executive com mittee chairman: and Rabbi Morton Malavsky. of Temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood. Musical program featured Chet (•ale, of Temple Sinai of North Dado On Sunday, from 2 to 5 p.m.. at Temple Beth Shiran. M Rachel Skop. wife of Rabbi Moms A. Skop. held art ex hibit of some 30 new colorful batiks and etchings dealing with American, Israeli. Spanish and Mexican themes. A series ol 12 etchinas included famous lews and Jewish scenes and holiday symbols. Mrs. Skop is a graduate of the New York Schoo. of Art and is art instructor in the Dade County School System She studied with the famous artist. Saul Raskin, noted illus trator of biblical subjects, and is a graduate oi the Univers.-.y of Miami School oi Education. Mrs. Dajrid Steinberg. Siste; hood president, was assisted at the collation by Mr. ar.d Mrs. Bernard Friedland and Mr. and Mrs. Mordecai Paroess members of tho Temple Art Caucm e* Mrs Matte Schreibman and Miss Reba Liebman saiivd i nl i r lnU nte. Women's League Slates Meeting The Florida Chapter of the the second annual dianer lunchcr Women's league for Israel will > at the Dorol Beach Hotel MM hold its next meeting Dec. 1. 12:30 Jan. 20. p.m at the Miramar Recreation Proceeds from the luncheon will Center. 6700 Hallandale Beach : i*U9C d to support a blind t I i Blvd. in the Home for the Blind U Members will meet to discuss Nathanya. Israel. MORRIS & RUTH URNER HARRY ZtKKfRMAN Catering for All Occasions f •oiilih.d" in T945 FAMOUS 471 WASHINGTON AVE. PARKING FACILITIES H I-3M7 MIAMI BEACH J^esfaurant ROYAL HUNGARIAN TW RESTAURANT JE 8-5401 731 Washington Ave. {JgJJ llr-ganf Catering for Bar Miltvahi. Weddings, ant all Social function! Men and women from all i n! the Armed Forces are ii v ited t attend the annual Thanksgiving Dinner sponsored hi .1 'wish War Veterans I -3 TO DcC. 15 L, |i TV Pfrsc: 0'.-.--'|!]5f MEALS S I:UU:m.'l'lYfl DAVID nOSNER S ^. AM coddit'Oitd 4 hti'ti I Dietary Laws Stnctiy Observed FREE I.V RADIO IN EACH ROOM On the Ocean at 67th Strait Miami Beach Phone UN 6-8831 C0NI1ANT BAfllNICAl SUrltVISIOM MA1NCIACN ON MIMllil Ladies' Auxiliary of the Depart•n. nt of Florida There will IK' dancing with ed junior h it will be served Saturdaj evening, 8 p.in at the M i a m i Bei i i nter "'" • (I, the affair is Mrs Sail) Le\ y. D t ol Florida chairman. Her e o -chair m an is Mrs well as I. .I.I men I %  v iarii i;. t ker Norman Bruce Brown, Miami; Mrs Joseph I htmin, Weal M iami; M rs Simon Sutta, Murray Solomon. %  I (iabl.v Mai Sam Tannobaum, Four Freedoms; Mrs, Jennie Raussman, Miami Beach: Mrs Meyer LattsJs, Hollywood. Mrs Ann Hofstadter. North Shore; Mrs. Abe Winer, HialeahMiami Springs: Mrs. Marvin \ln~ pil. Abe Horrowitz. Mrs (Irace Buck. Harry H. Cohen, SurfsideBay Harbor; Mrs. Al Richman, 'Col. David Marcus. KING ARTHUR'S JCOURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 AIT MUMS, Ce-0 ~r SAND-ELL Catering At Its Best 1216 NORMANDY DRIVE, NORMANDY ISLE Order Your Turkeys and Trays for Your Holiday Parties'. Call Sol Weiss 866-6226 Under Strict tabbinico/ $upori$n>" Continental IOT Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED At Tour Home, Hall or Synagogue •//ami's On!, "Shomtt Srubboi" Restaurant Quality far Itcellenc 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 226-174' and CATERERS 940 7 1st ST. UN 6-6043 Specialists for Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs & Social Function! HAROLD PONT and IfWIN GORDON GOK1IOIV and PONT TOT %  ajWfl KOSHM CATERERS rm Horo d'*uvr*a to • romplt butt 170 N.W. Sfh ST.. MIAMI PMONI f* 4-MS5 Undr th atnet •uparviaion of tho United Knatirwo Aaootiotion • Orootar Miami—Suptrviaing Rabbi: Rabbi Ab'aham J *•"•• o^w torn WIPWNOS BAST MirrvAifS wcirnoHS -.,-, uiun a ,u-DOW ana me """ *^—



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26. 1965 LT, Kovembei Leret Chapter ||ook Review -*% &f /r Mi :. I : Seid. Fen %  %  Lillian Goodman, cho Educationa Cahn Miss Esther Goodman Meedon Mae Berg, and Standing (left to riant are Mes Wo'.fe SI Mrs. Maui Singer. New Agency To Open Here %  %  r e homi %  • %  %  %  %  %  will ri i i lew York Slat American Frien la I *• Hal eon reception Uon.coni eraloilsi David Pinski Cultural Evening ,.f the %  I is %  [eatun • Zvi I remplt i I [, folk wi •• ••> i ; :.l asavin. \ en tori *iu be humoi • phUip Nasl kin and A Krai jjj comn unit) %  • %  od of Beth To: ah C membership rn< was of." it to M .Beach Chupfc.. lc ^ 5 hers in 18 groups, will par Plan ? '' COm P renens i v e leadership course ter ol Hadassuh. with ** 'or the year. Mrs. Henry p course B. Wernick. ch Q M i y nenry B. wernic*. leadership coordinator, has started jT7** a' the Hadaasah oHice. 337 Lincoln *>ow n seated (left to right) are Mesdames It. Kitty B rM>*cca C* k .SolZloolov. :MOWn ^" d i 5 n ". Cannon. Standing (Ml to right) a. lamjj Johanna Benjamin. Joseph M !" f<^£ !" Feller hostess lor the day. Sol Greenberg. Wolf Scklair. Harry Kroll. B. Rochwarg and Nathan Friedman. Specialty ol the Houe "PAELLA VAIENCIANA" OPEN 11 A.M T.I 10 P.M. OAILV Phone NE 1-tJM



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Face 8-B Jmi*t fkrUte* Friday, Noverr.rer 26 m ian We the Women f > GAIL WOMAN OF THE WEEK l Linn, now Mrs Leonard Silverman, lived in a suburban area m New York where she adored all sports, especially Ice skating Bill U of today, the sports have vanished — except for golf and tennis As a child. Gail was adept at reading and writing She had the purely cultural experience of takinp EfMwing, music and painting lessons with her older sister to whom she was very close. The family moved to Miami Beach when (iail was in the ninth grade. She graduated from Miami Beach High and the Universit) of Miami, each in three years. Her senior year of high school was spent in Cornell in Cascadella School In college, as in high school, Gail was a dynamo. She was active in the Studenl Government body, a freshman senator, in all Homecoming activities and all phases of her sororitj Phi Si .1 She met Lenny when he Was finishing medical school at Yale When he came hack to in tern m Miami, they were D ried: and then Gail finished colwhere she majored in philosophy It first year of marriage, in fact a have been busy ail taught school, worked at the geriatric clinic at Jackson ;: tal and v as prochairman for Temple Beth tered liter%  : Ma and Fa m ily i Miami With their firstborn, Nancy, only f;\< months old, they took off for Wurzburg, Germany, where Lenny was stationed as an army doctor u Gi ething strange and unfores< you can either cry or take advantage of it The ntagi %  : their two j eai s in Germ) to-daj living had it> disadvantages, but the all-over de, that 'hey will Iways remember Gail worked in the Red i program for The Silvermans learned to speak German — even babj Thi rid traveled all over Ger-many. On i' U M an Jeffn y was born Sino Gail I live in American Jewish Commits %  she went back as the Miami Chapter's executive secretary Here she ind herself in communitj n ins work But soon she retired from her job to have her third baby, Linda who is now three and a half years old, Had is a real estate broker she took courses in mortes, banking and appraisin if her !>cst deals was I yin| her own house She went to the Universit) of Miami to participate in a discussion group which involved her to the extent that last year she coordinated the adult discussion croups for the university Now. she is planning to 0 back to graduate school as soon as possible. Gail bud• her time, always managing to bo home when the children come in from school. She il | working with the Community Relations Board am! is i ights coordin ator for American Jewish Committi e The Silvermans are not a TV fam heir house is filled with books because they cherish ing, Call feels that cooking is a creative form of action and is always trying new dishes, developing the children's taste and making them aware of epicurean food. Lennj and Gail play golf together, and the whole family fishes together Each year they plan a different trip. This year, (Jail was included in 'Outstanding Young Women of America It is eas) to see why r Satin Gown For Miss Greene The former Mist Pa I.I i %  me the bride of I %  Uli n Licht < %  Hotel v lion and dinner at the hotel fol lowed the i ceremonj performed bj Dr Irving Lehrman. On their ret m a wedding I to .l;<:iMr a the newivueds will live in Mia ni B ach For the nuptials, carried out in shocking pink and white, the b cted a wi dding gown of heavj white s;,! in The bouffant skirt. appliqued In chant illy lace, featured a chapel train, The fitted bodice of chantilly lace and seed pearls was styled with a scooped neckline and long sleeves to wristpoint The four-tiered French illusion veil fell from a headpiece of seed pearls made in the form of (lowers. and she carried orchids, step hanotis and lily of the valley on her confirmation Bible Bridal attendants included Mrs Michael Kratze. matron of honor. Deldre Scott Greene, the bride's sister; and I'ei.in Sieger, bridesmaid Best man to the bridegroom was Michael Kratze Serving as ushers were Lance Scott Sieger, Robert Harris h. Cary Rosenthal, Alan Ladis, Paul Richmond, Conrad Charmak, Jerry Weissberg and M< i Marci 1 Daughter of Mr and Mrs Ben n N Greene 5534 Pine Tree Dr Mrs Licht is a graduate of Miami Beach High and is now in MRS. MttffT HCHT her senior year at the Universitj of Mi a m i wh< re her n ajor ia speech therap) \ of Miami B e a i h High and the Universit) of Miami, the : id< did post graduate work at the Institute ol Design and StniCtion in New York and is presi nth exe< itive vice oi Star Laki re Mi Harr) Licht N Shore Dr Beachite Weds N.J. Executive Mrs. Irero ; formi .! anged mai \> • %  'ifn i _, i :. in the i c %  SI S" itl e. .\ ; M. Levits) Following the Lion and foi ti family w .,> • i ms in \\ %  s (iraiu Year, ti Is wii; li\i at Cresci .n Bast Orange, N .1 l i ide room is vici pres ta! Equinox i I Cor] Birthday Party At Aged Home Greater Miami Womei liarj. Jewish Home for i will hold its 11 \' montl da) party on Sunday, 2 Douglas Gardi ni Mrs Morns Knpple. in ard member, ho cell birthday last month, will ; art) and n aid* nta at i i elebrating birtho. i her will Inhonored \l i I aw renci Sil\ i i P r e s i d < r, i will gc of wel< ome a reetii Mis Louis Makovsk) in will Introduce I v prt M I H \ J '•. • !! YOU ton be SURE of the BEST of 'lentil's BONDED FRUIT SHIPPER • GIFTS • GOURMET 2164 PONCE DE LEON Corol Gables Tel. 448 5215 MOW SHIPPING flOPIDAS FINEST GIFT FRUIT ORDER \OW FOR HOLIDAYS 147 VOLPE TOURS 1502 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach 532-7326 PLAN YOUR Care-free S S SHALOM VIKING PRIN'ISS CAIMANIA SAM* ROSA SANTA PAULA S S FRANCI FBANCAC AhlADNf ARGENTINA Sarita Aboulafia, Mr. Greenblatt Exchange Vows A candlelight cerenv ny in the of the Carillon tel united the former Sarita tboulafia and Harold i reenblatl on Saturday. Nov 20 bbi Jonah F. Caplan perfoi %  :.. B cloi k nuptials Following a dinner reo ; I in the hotel, the new l> weds lefl I or a h m in Haw aii < in their return, they will live in Tea neck. N J. Weai gown of chantilly lace in < r satin, and catT) ing white orchids and roses, the bride was attended by Rosanne Plavnick, maid of honor, and Su/i Eichel, Susan Tygenhof, Doriann Belzer, bridesmaids Serving as best man was David Greenblatt, with Allan Aboulafia, Herman Greenblatt and Kenneth Sackowitz, groomsmen. Daughter of Mr and Mrs Jack Aboulafia. 7859 Crespi Blvd the new Mrs Greenblatt attended Miami Beach Senior High, where she was vice president of National Thespian Society and secretary of Modern Dance Club The bridegroom, owner of a bakery, also attended Miami Beach Senior High. His parents are „ W\ Miami JWVA Holiday Program West Miami Ladies' Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans, will hold a ial holidaj proj ram me< tn at the home of Mis Stanley 11 8410 S\\ 6 S Dec. 2 A musical program featui • Mrs Pauline Engel at the p will offer songs for Chanul will participate in a sing a I %  e at tl A i hanuka grab bag will b< Lighthouse Seeks Beach Drivers I. I •' thi Blii "Us noun* ed it • | %  and crafti • %  ai %  p %  i I Surfside Girl Wins ryl < f \ 1i Surfsidi has w I Pan nts I I bj IN %  • ni 'A i gazine pub. Macfadden Bartt 11 Corpoi MRS. HAROID GREENBIATT Mr and Mrs Morris Greenblatt, 2005 NE 185th Terr COME, SEE A III LPHI'S nw, ktmvtitul, MrftS Mimm >." %  •'! P'*> contu't vc.*r Phon • I Yellow Page* c r A com mjry of Our fin* t,.lO"ng 12390 W. Dixie toy. 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6 1965 k*Utn*rHtor Page 9-B Miss Mcchlowitz Is Engaged Here %  %  ,< %  N te Mrs Ra B A rirm hi 1 i ; %  %  • li. %  .alto I -i h Senior H I %  it i • %  i i Goldmans Will Reside in Calif. I>: and MiBarrj Morton i • i i n.aii will U\r in LoOf Bl... b Calif foUowtag a honeymoon in Miami Bead. Ihf COUpIC were United "11 Srpt |g ., %  h i, • th Rabbi l> %  • \ nl shapiro officiating lh. Mi-' h) ryl Kuih h-> iIbe daughtei ot Mi %  ..f Mr and Mi s Mi llj • od i %  • %  %  %  %  %  %  H I : %  %  i %  Norton Nomes Two Executives • | \, • meretal %  W\ lard i M rpJ ) H tail -•> i .,., r Both men have had • % %  • .r,. %  | of ,-\|.. %  • %  in the live Held MISS HA/ll CONfN KSJSMIS' %  Sherry San ?r Betrothr I old • %  I'nl Cohen, Bernard Eye June Rites V|n Helen 1> 301 Sw %  100 sw %  M I \ \ '• \\ t -. f I I I' i ... Eleanor Pclgon To be Married Next Mar. 6 %  i %  Haitian li.iIiH-rn. i li • L'ni Mi-Palgon is :'."> ttcndi a< 'i .i-iii hool and ate of the I niversitj <>t Miami where he was tapped MM • -~i.iii.il ions Mi llalpi rn has served in the L'niti mem : civic 0 lir .'..i.. sports writet h tin \i ami Nevi for five ... has t" • n with the let ro News fivi couple plai • t< • nun V || %  MISS Uf ANOff PAIGON Ellen Marsha's Betrothal Told I Mrs Hi i • %  • \ %  i %  ... [Soul -. • ; : • and v tic Senior T Announces Two New Clubs • %  %  %  -i W< %  St< %  I I l • %  MISS EttfN FlUMlNKtANI Scroll Will Be Dedicated ; dii '• d ., d J t Bel D ..I I 30 nd Mrs .., %  %  ;. -A 2411 Bd will bo • i, Werner family lo honor will •. f a scroll • %  • Sew from Exotic Gardens II,. • %  ( hangc ol Pace" -** ClFToFRUIT .l|\\.l\III UIHIl l t.l-l'J'* / t I,mm QnOltl ''I" I LOW ERS! • -..in. thin* nlra. *r : L. il. id lijitful and deli • and .1. li. i. i. rrul> w< !ofdo t t.aiil C<*'w Uc Exotic (SarftiMta %  -'. •<--•" ti .ii and Sen II %  • ... N Radianl brides look more radianl m a poiiai. by £ A % j| en Becker! .-.CO^P4?6 AiW c,n,.,cd P* 532 2351 MAKE fOUR WFDOJVC, BM MITZVA, ANY FUNCTION THE TALK Of THE TCV'N *M IRVING P5ETRACK ORCHESTRA NO JOB TOO SMMl Jf 8-W04 C'ennini • lcundr> Storage 1201 20th Street JE 8-6104 Miami Beach ; CPIN 7 A.M. %  9 P.M. Some Do, Service Never An {tro Choroe



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Page 10-B +Jewis* FkrMHr Friday. November 2^. 1965 Benjamin Meyers (right) receives a testimonial plaque honoring him on the occasion of the 24th anniversary of the Bureau of Jewish Education horn Louis Heiman, first president • Buieau. The gala celebration was held Sunday evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Meyers was honored as a past [dent of the Bureau and one of the organization's founding and inspiring leaders. Jerome T. Murphy, of the United a Office of Education, gave the principal address, with Mis. Jack Katzman acting as dinner chairman. Joseph Cohen, at president, and other officers of the Bureau were inring the dinner. CITED FOR 'OUTSTANDING SERVICE' Variety Children's Hospital to Give Award To Jerry Blank at Banquet Here Monday nbcr <>( a VI quel in the Hotel wide bene irenl is B >b< rl Macht i %  h Ston ho h ads up %  commit >nal '. : %  '.. • on the dinner. "Jerry Blank is being recog-liied, for his outstanding service as a trustee of Variety Children's Hospital." announced P. William Burke, president, at a recent board meeting. li" • n countless hours plex problems of the He lia-taken ;i dyna in thi • ined ma• nt in the adminii our hospital has been an iration to the others who with him, said Burke, to the "q larter-centurj II it) si n ii i oi the Blank Mi hi said that Sam fat i i f the I ee, is I i Greater Miami .i CJA cam man, a founder ol Mi Hospital, and a member ol i':ii;u:ii:[i]:ii.i 624-8551 EAGLE FINANCE CORP. 18348 N.W. 7 Ave. (oonf rrs M scoo ATTENTION! Jewish Home for the Aged THRIFT SHOP NEEDS YOUR DONATION NOW! ">URNltURE"-"APPHANCCS'' "CIOTHING"-'jewilKY." etc. "All Items Tax Deductible" CALL 696-2101 Miami %  ril. J< %  L'niversit) of Miami B i %  Hi f the Gi eati i M • • ; %  i -. i i i nutiihead i ;i trade di>.ision in the 1 i Jew ish .'., ;Uc I Stand' Clul of i ireati r V iam i v, est intry Club, Miami Rol Club ;iinl is .i direct 'he i"itj rial Bank oi Miami Beach He ipresident of Nution.il merly headed b) athi r, and ..i u\ e in numi i trade and wal iupi The testimonial banquet on Monded for 7 30 p m in n Room of the Deau... cockta I 30 p in. Jerry Blank will be presented with Variety Children's Hospital's highest citation for public service, the "Volunteer of Valor" award. The bronze and gold plaque is surmounted by a bas relief replica of the familiar colonial facade over the entrance way to the hospital. nl wiD include tl e TIKI. \ ocal isl n Reed and humorist Paul %  I 11 %  1 III ii W K I MOTHER HELEN! PALM AND CARD READING Tells your Past. Present and Future. Give* advice on Love. Mar•'age and Business. "They coma to her from the 4 corners of the Earth." 374 Ni 1*7 St., N.M.Bck. 94 7-9243 < il I'llL. \i Ki I itllli I: U \l % %  II.! M It. i .. U. U I • %  • i I* I'lillii. OuK n ill SJIKllui • > I. "tin N HerWn, JH.-I.U SI,.,I H n I-..1W H K| ii. rriai-.i M \\..ii and Sack WaxenDarK CJA Accountants Launch Drive Next Wednesday Accountants Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal will launch it1!)(><> campaign with a dinner scheduled for next Wednesday, 6 p.m., at the Dupum Plata Hotel The annual dinner precedes the official kickofi oi the Combined Jewish Appeal According to Arnold Stein, chairman, and Ralph Weisbard, co-chairman, "the precedent set by the division last year will be continued in the form of a pre-tax season gathering, allowing members of the accounting profession to complete their campaign before the busy tax season arrives." Featured speaker at the Dec 1 dinner will bo noted Washington, D.C. trial lawyer, Joseph Lyman, who is an expert on internal revenue cases. His topic will IK1!H>6 — The Year of Decision Joseph M. Upton, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, bailed the Accountants Di vision "for thru earl) start and for Mttini a *25 """ goi: for the • i ami aign Last > ear the i .; tants set and met a goil t the Combined Jew ish Apj eal l full) realize the demands • %  b) thai in I ex Will In I if the C' I rectoi 5. Rosichai I he '-. I tivisi cnt i etii "this area has n health and welfare problems than com munity of similar size in the Inn. d States Combined Jewish Appeal funds Uo to more than 50 agei ies loc all) nationall) an i o\ eraeaa mhers of the Sti Com•' iof the Ai countants Di> ilition to Stein and Weisbard, are Bi n amin Budow-k>. Jerr) Bloom, A. l: Wiener, Milton Kublin, Eh tlurwitx, Joseph Post, Karl Sai Krutman, Jerry Sokolow, Charles Uertzoff, Channon Band, Melvin Burton and Howard I i ner, DR. Kipru Mandolin Group Due in Concert The Miami Beach Recreation D*P rill pn senl the Com munit) i ter's Mandolin I bli in ., special nuka coi Saturda) %  vening ;it the Oei lit Aud.il mil. Featured -t for the eve I be I By rum The i %  Di ii. i Hi ilk to is 8 D in. At last! A margarine with all three 1. 100% DAIRY FREE 2. LIQUID MAZOLA CORN OIL 3. NEW NO-BURN FORMULA MAZOLA MARGARINE Bust of Dr. Abraham Wolfson was unveiled at a meet ng ot Miami Beach Lodqe of B'nai Bidh on Tuesday at the DiLido Hotel. The ceremony marked the 84th birthday oi Dr. Wolfson, who is founder of the Spinoza Forum for Aauit Education, now :n its 30th year. At the ever." Dl V. discussed "How lo Liven Hui m Hcrpp y Thai is the work of local sculptor Zeno Posev Israel Hails ZOA Tribute to Truman; Medallion Presentation Slated Sunday By Special Repoi t NEW Vi I % %  I • li I : Toi • %  cut oi the /. I \ In his i i • Rha %  %  Icasun you in the ZOA have made so pai Ucularl) appropriate • %  chc added: "We are certain that President Truman himself realiies with what grateful appreciation the Government and people of Israel regard him, cherish him as one of those great historic figures who have come to the aid of the Jewish people at moments of crises and destiny and who can never be forgotten." The presentatioi ny of the award to Presid will take plai • ,: i nual Z< > \ ner at the Hoti I Waldorl \ toria on Sunda; in commemoration "f the '..'I'll chai f thi L'N i for (hi establishment of a Jewish li High rankii %  %  the • in reco : the In i %  %  f Israi the I b) I iI V, i %  i %  of the i ear EaMern AI %  includu i A. F %  inn in the ti te as repi < %  : tl ic oi Israi i will • Vn lor Michael lo (he L'N and \ml irnoi • • • il in \ ori .1wi !. ..mai ither members of the I CO Some l ."HXI • from all parts "f the countr) it. ;,ii I 1 1 ent of a und iii Kfar CORNER RESTAURANT FOR SALE S Day Week. 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fully Equipped. Priced Rkfjtt. Come and see 900 S Miami Ave. SHOP EARLY! MAIL EARLY! u moved to GREATER MIAMI Tk* one phon* • I Welcome /M.\\-i I HI 8-4994 WIK-OHt NIWCOMrtSI Uts m.| stmfsa U M ai so* /vt'm kam, As'SM_ D Pleas* have the Welcome Waejen Hestess call en mt. I would like t* swascrike te Tke Jewish Fleridiew. fill Mt coupoa end aaall H Circulotion Deft., "4-P.0. • 2*7), ISMMH, f la. I oua-r^on anuin. oowuna -a-oow ana u,



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nber 26. 1965 -JpHlstthridtor Page 11 B tanner jed To Board %  # u Kaneei the :• jl "*" ,1 Temple I —lent : c i cat the of | r"' i %  N Y % %  I % Beth Am Has Varied Activities led term let* <%  lique Now r Resort liruc^ei H • %  • I Miami urOr; -• • : : lit operated aa 1 BPri UndH'/R weft. in York and > nda are mrth Rabbi [>i Maref i m then. hot) Mp R he art rr H .• dcr'l in Shall I ite Mil i • ith *nvi" lo pi %  • htel |ff sttirnrd d • the ul11 \ i ng, \ %  the i I iMartimque Hc'r has re|bter. c3">o.fl| 'rdecorpuSliC rooms and print vui'es Win 'ully rein d • > I by i ::r In adI m rv* ewnei .ire cur! Oif'iff • il j1 W: I | pr i|rl??u on f*- premises I nthnivt use C< Martin%  sti at the %  %  poii U .1 barber xrluuve Miiyoi Dliol Roosevelt accepts • k :• Bonoad Rosenblatt. vrorslupful mantel of Hibiscus Lodge 275. F end AM M Beach, to cover costs ol "Hibuscus Hut a shelter located on the south end cl Miami Beach at c Re realion Department as a boy's camp The pio)ect ot Hibiscus Lodge was officially dedicated on Nov. 2 in memory ot Jetty Hill Tendnch. late soo of Moie ]. L. Tendiich. a past master of Hibiscus Lodge t^ocialite ... rv t l'raine Village. Kan Mrs tial but s sister. Mr-. Karl Weafcotaky, o| New Orleans MrB e n n i c frted ton der and Roaranoa Fried lander, of Mobile. Ala Ernest MOIer and Robert Gelbut, "t Nam 'Its Mi Nat Barth. Miami Beach Hadassah Chapter president, presented a pia<>iir to MrFlorence Bla> n, tiie Brandeis Grwp. fi>i the highest i..ninbutii>n to the Hadassah Medical Center last year which established an Eaemininfl Room tor life I" M I "'• nliflr.it :"t\ in I-i a \ i h terested P i %  of pie Beth Am. under the chair Mrs Robert Garvett, %  nut .i workshop I lee H in ,, m m trta and < • afta Rooi the %  • I arts and crafts teach and Mrs Eli Gi i n n will %  the workshops. Tempi* Brotherhood will hold its next monthly meeting on Monday evening, Dec 6, in the Muaic Room ot the Temple. Macey Schaffer is in charge ot program arrangements. Ben Clem is president. Tl i Brothei I *tNer ehilu r was heU nn .' -ith Ben "• i -,.•• an assisted VVlCJ l .irl l.lrsjn Bill) Ml id %  drive I I 7 1 .il : i ml i Mil ott Jo %  MtschuUi ,.,.•! L'lcln, !'•• rn i rrl i; ..-In.an. Mfl Miit'ii i I'hil il. sTtbur Jacowiti MrRalph l.iulner. \'.i\ Price, \l-x Raaun. Mrs Marvin Mi-.. Fred Sh.ei.i.Mr and MrNorman W ainei Jack W e isgl .11 and Man in .'. let Brotherhood held a -li tournament on \o\ 14 at the Rolling Hills Country Club* Herman FeldIQan and Jack Diamond. 10 chairmen, announce thai winnera were Joe Keinbcri;, Sidney Epfirens.ni, llowanl BUustein, Herman Brenner and Herman Keldman. IMher contestants were Sidney Sc hr eer, Rnlwrt Milter. Joseph Sotomon. Harold Reinhardt. Stan ley Halpern. Arthur Kinkelstein. Alan Kaplan. Ben Sehwarta. Dr. Seymour l^opold. l'aiil l.eopold. Siftrrey Stiller, Jack Green. Bert Joseph-mi Phil ReeHZ, Elea/er Cipeensiein Jerald Reaen, Julian Benjamin. Jerald Oreea, Harry H.--. Larry Bogncr and Jess Freed. Post Confirmation Club met for a breakfast meetin.i last Sunday in the YovtH Loonge. A debate, Resolve: That All Jews Should Move to Israel," was th program of the merning. Speaking for th affirmative was Jerry Fisher and Joel Perwin. For the negative, speakers wre Jeffrey Rosenberg and David Weiss. Rabbi Recberl M Batumi ike the men. ol the reap on %  study weekend .it on Dec. A the l*> ,1 \lotei in I..niorada. Hear} Kauifman. chaiaanan *>( •lie Seator Friendship Circle nai aaweuaead ;/ 1 next meatsag ts^e 1 i, 1 leaeajr, 8 p tn in the Music Roen \ filrn \ 1 rip rhreuffji Spain." ill veaaag i,f % %  .-lit haa been Sharlei Ma Youth Group, has annoaukfed that II. is participatanf in a lothing driva for migranl work Clothing will be picked up • %  the temple on Saturdaj and) B u> Senior Citizens Hear Speaker At a ragulai mfftuig of Club 2, Florida Senior Citisena Council, in the Fleet wood Hotel on Monday. I)r Edward Roth delivered a talk ..n Health. Diet and Exercise." Presented by the nominating iommittee. the following slate waj elected: president. Mrs. Esther Williams: vice president, Leon April; secretaries. Mrs. Henrietta Sherman. William Schwartz; treasurer. Samuel Dorfman; trustees. Harry Sptegle and Harry Weinstein Committee chairmen named were Mi^ Ren BhaffAr, member ship; Mrs Mabel Kaplan, sunshine; Mrs Julia Brilr. -oiial. •Q Students rn Retreat 1 ,: Week '; i 1.1 1 Sab E a ,. the ol Judalca CoraJ l.a Su ';"-> -ftern.Kn. each T" • -' MM book on a ,2 n h MgUlghl Of the "•' curriculum. 9/ r 94.9 FM FIORIDA'S PIONHR'AU-SItiltO STATION ST .' I i pi'irf "4t h YEAR %  m • ? DAY AHD-HI6HT 6:00 A.M. •• 1KM) A.M. a^aaum. otTir THIE T.S AN HOU. NIWS ON THT HOU %  HI



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Page 12-B +Je*l*tnrrMltr Friday, Novell 1 J^ctr ^/Mitzvalt Russell Galbut Bar Mitzvah of Russel W Galbut. son of former Miami Beach Councilman and Mrs. Hyman P. Galbut. will be celebrated at Beth Israel Synagogue at Saturday morning services on Nov. 27. Russell is a student in the seventh grade of the Lear School. He Mark Horrisea SB* f Temple Judea'i Hebrew School. Fishing, collecting stamps and raising orchids are Mark's main interests • • • Julian Nussbaum Julian, son of Dr and Mrs Solomon Nussbaum, will become Bar Mitzvah a: "> Israel of i Ire iter M laml on Saturd IJ N %  27 An eightl %  %  student at John l K nnedy Junior High, he • HI conduct iii' complete sen Ice ind chanl the I! iftorah A Lion in his honor w ill 1 %  Hoi u ill Kirstein, of M Steven Weintraub Steven, son of Mr and Mrs d Weinti \\e. will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Nov. 27. at remote Emanu-El Steven attends eighth grade at l-ear school and is treasurer of us class. He is interested in base oall and football and plays the >iano. His hobbies include marks nanship and swimming, for which he has won awards. The celebrant will be honored at a reception Saturday evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Weintraub and Mr. and Mrs. George A. Cohen, of Miami Beach. Steven's grandparents, will attend the event. • • • Michael Hammel Michael, son of Mr. Alan Hammel. 11560 SW 186th St.. will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services. Nov. 27. at Temple Beth Shirah. Michael is the grandson of Mr and Mrs. Samuel Hammel. of Miami. A seventh grade student at Cutler Ridge Junior High, the celebrant also attends Beth Shirah Religious School. Born at an Air Base in Panama Canal. Michael has traveled all ver the world with his father who has been in the Air Force for 22 ears. • • • Kim Foster Kim Alma, daughter of Mr and Mrs LOUis Foster. Hi N'K 17()th si will celebrate her Bas Mitzvah on Friday. Nov. 26. at Beth Torah Congregation. An eighth grade student at John F Kennedy Junior High, the cele branl has bean M the Honor Roll since entering school last year. Her vience project received an "Excellent" Award at the 1965 South Florida Science Fair. She plays flute in the concert band. Kim is now entering sixth grade Hebrew classes at Beth Torahs Harold Wolk Religious School, where she has been a student since she was three years old An open house will DC held in her honor on Sunday Nov. 28 • • • Michael Friedman Saturday morning services, Nov. 27. at Beth Torah Congregation will include the Bar Mitzvah ol Michael Dean son of Mr and Mrs Stanley Friedman, 10201 NE 20th Cl \: eighth grade student at John Kennedy Junior High, Michael graduate ol Beth Torah Reli ,School, which he attended %  x yeai• He plans to continue his Jewish education Michael is a member of l SY and serves as vice tent of the TNT Club at the temple \ reception and dinner will Utendered the Bai Mitzvah at the Hollywood Beach Hotel on Saturday evening. • • • Gregg Spieler Gregg Alan, son of Mr and Mrs. Stanley Spieler. 294.". So Miami Ave., will become Bar Mitzvah at Sabbath services. Nov. 27, at Beth David Congregation. Gregg is an eighth grade stu dent at Shenandoah Junior High, and has been attending Beth David Religious School for the past six years Interested m aports and art. he is an aide seaman in the I S Na\> League. Mis Rose Spieler and Jacob Moses, Gregg's grandparents, will attend the serviceand eelebra to be held in the evenin I David • • • Jill Robbins Jill Mr and MrMill R ibins, lie Dr i| rah. La til Perry Cone tfitcvi | £ ,; %  Uin Jill oee.n Ferry C* 6 i AMy f saaaraaaa Morlr Stag be observed Saturday morning. Nov. 27. at Temple Zion Perry" is an eighth grade honor student, a member of the Science Club, plays guitar, and is active in athletics. A luncheon in Perry's honoh | will take place following the service at the Phyllis Kapp studio in Coral Gables. a a a Howard Sokol Bar Mitzvah of Howard Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs Morris M Sokol. will be observed on Saturday morning. Nov. 27. at Beth Kodesh Congregation. Howard is in the eighth grade at Shenandoah Junior High, and plays saxophone in the concert and dance bands He participates in baseball, football and tennis A reception in the celebrant's honor will be held on Sunday night at Waldman's Hotel. • • • Abby Pomerance Abby Irene, daughter of Dr. and Mis Joseph Pomerance, 12500 Vista l.n will become Bas Mitz vah at late Knd.iy evening sen ices, on tiO\ 2li at Beth David I 'ongregation An eighth grade student at Pal •netto Junior High, the celebrant is interested in the musical arts. lancing modern jazz and tap.' playing the guitar and cheer-lead,ng Abby s paternal grandmother, Mrs Mollye Schneider, and maternal grandparents Mr and Mrs Joseph Peder, will attend the -ervieeand receptions in her honor first on Thursday \ov 25 at home, and the Oneg Shabbat at Beth David after services. A h a y r i d e for her teen-age friends will be held at the Amstock Ranch. I* a a Mark Stang Mark Allen, son of Mrs. Mildred Stang and the late F.ric Stang. formerly of Ijkewood. N. J.. will become Bar Mitzvah at Temple Menorah on Saturday morning. Nov. 27. Mark is a student at the Hebrew Academy He will be honored at a luncheon reception in the Social Hall of Temple Menorah following services • • • Kenneth Ross Kenneth, son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Boss. 17141 NW Miami


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' :965 f*fsfrPrMi,jr Page 13-B iSoc:':' ap: M Silver %  • Wit k*" of niverhigh qii.tfkm ,hr Miami. UOnal Kir! I %  • f iBr. airf R ''' !! ':. • ndm | i-ndl %  lUir ation Stars to Headline At the Eden Roc JUOCf 1AM I. SMV ... • arith -. U Zion Sisferhood .,. • iU %  %  %  : ; I Wcldmati's Hotel Now Refurbished Over I13o,000 habeen budgeted for the renovation and refurbish •'icnt of Waldman'i Hotel, a< log to Sam Waldman president "f UM hotel gra Whan are ire finished with the coration are will have om of the most gUmorom koahe r ta Miami Beach, *aid Waldman Mnsl of the Impmvcmrnls will •. .n rosnpleted h> Thankj Day, Waldman added PSU Mill IK* pleasant!) sur prised with the nee pool fi I itio and thr dining room Waldman'i eoli ne has won mam pi u %  hotel and restau rant rxbibilioni S r M ti Is Lai i %  uti for i ii i ii %  K... (M .|| aill light up foi 'in H ., • 01 Dec 23, arith the opening of the Supreme* and Jack I Leoi ard i to appear throui h Jan i 1 1 .< s i| i s including Diana Ross, Florence Ballard, an.! Mar) WHson, are America'i lop expon ent of "The Detroit Sound," blues with a pop boat Jack K Leonard ka ,i comedian'i comedian acknowledged lo rone of the best ...I lihlx rin the busi asaa Peart Bailee h*i:m h> r tm day agement on Jan 21 Eddie Fisher haa been signed ii> appear Feb 4 to 13 He last appeared at th hotel laro wasoni ago in ,i hit ihoa "ti the bill with Joe K Lewii rhe late Februan alot will be filled bj Johnnj I arson Mar of Bosch Named Trustee • ., %  M Bosch chairman of the old Bacardi Rum pjtn haa bei i i imed i trustee i edari of Lebanon Hospital in Miami Announcement of Bo lintmenl was made this week by hospital president, Harry I. Lewis %  %  I • I v ton, 'in belt %  • r M ith a flair for I mngs who rocketed to stardom with his recording of I' Schoen,' ii penned for Mar. 7 to 13 Joe E Lewis hai been set for %  Mar 18 to 27 date It will I*' his l'.th consecutive winter date at the F.den Koc. Sharing the billing honors with lewis is c'onme Francis to whom the Eden Koc is almost a second horn* Trim I-nrn-7 who made his first Miami Beach appearance last season at the Fden ROC, following the ,Jldames Frank Sinatra Joe F Lewis pet forma nee, has been Inked to head line the April 11 to 11 show liin fiiktr JWV Auxiliary Fetes Children Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary. Post 380, gave .< recent party at the Hope School for Retarded Children In charge of the affair wenRojat ttuUhen;. child welfare chairman Evelyn Decky. president; Pauline I Lazarus. vici [resident and ROM Winick. m sglt^S53 PHONE AND CHAUGE IT ... Jieud&'i jwd 7nut T*ck BONDED... PERFECT DELIVERY '.•LED H YIS 0 rirtxCAfil SIVICI COMHTITIVI *IC tfllMi UMS1I • MUHl IUC S3! IMI coui uius Mb si?] £$h* Exotic (Sar&rua Its M> La^see: i .* f P-a.1 H aaa i Announcing. fas:-: Ian • it in the :o!e ot Count Gil. at ret s us Marx Faber. playing the mute uring glance. The duo will appear in '%  .'' ireatei Miami's first season produ> • .... .1 e -" • „ V^. ...asnnllwl this • sju-vner miami s nrsi IK*UKJU piwiu. • at of Susanna." to be \ d this la County Auditorium, starting at 2 30 ::...opeia. Put • .ni s Gianni Schicchi." :ture to be sung in English. bifc K "* Hotel 8 scheduled for a December opening naugural season. Being built by Daniel Burack. well^i to travel circles for his Galen Hall Hotel in Werners**cav h< ho,el u ulrt ,5 min "tes bom Miami on Key Vh u Wl,h lu,t a ,ew Ioom8 more ,han 100, Galen Ualo Wl ofler its c,ien,ele petsonahzed setvice to (^ n 9 arith the elegance of its decor and furnishings." *muth 9 Burack Re d"nt manager will be Arthur P BOSTON POPS Concerts SATURDAYS 2 P.M. Presented by AUTO RADIO COMPANY I • i •.' •'•'.' car radiCS and AUGUST BROS. BAKERY Bakers cf 23 varieties ct bread & rolh UIVCG SOUTH FLORIDA'S GOOD MUSI STATIONS AM 1080 KC. 10,000 Watts FM 105.1 MC. 160,000 Watts



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Page 14-B •Jewlsfi n^rldlar Friday, Nov. Temple Sinai Will Mark Anniversary Here Sunday Eve On Sunday, at p m the tenth ;tnnivei>ai > dinner dnicc ol Temple Sinai of North Dade "ill be held at the Carillon Hotel Rahbi Sanford Seltzer, remonal director of the Southeast Council of the Union of American Hebrew Congregation*, will bring greetirom the I'AIK' Seymour Shafran, vice president and ways and means chairman, will preside at the affair. Rabbi Daniel M. Lewy, spiritual leader of Temple Sinai, will conduct the ceremony commemorating the anniversary. Past presidentof the Temple. Saul Sabad. Lloyd Ja\e. Harold A ene, Sam Lulxll. Dr. Alvin Krasne and Al Sherman, will be honored Cantor cint Gale will -.IIL: "What is the SyagOgue to Mi Dr. Stanford Cooke, president of the temple, will introduce officers the current year: Seymour Shafran, Hy Bournstein, second vice presidents; Maurice Swift, treasurer; Ralph Hollander, corponding secretary; Cerald Mots, financial secretary: MrAnn Kaufman, recording secretary. Cooke will also introduce execu • -o director. Irving Jacobson. and tha presidents of the Brotherhood and Sisterhood. Al Sherman and .Mrs Seymour Shafran. RABBI SANfOKD SUlZtB Workmen's Circle In Varied Events Members of the Workmen's Circle branches in Greater Miami are planning many activities for December. Starting Wednesday. Dec. 1. 8 p.m.. North Dade Branch will hold its monthly meeting at Washington Federal. 699 NE 167th St. Morris Schafetz will show the film, "On a Raft." from his private film collection. Miami Branch will hold its regular bi-monthly meeting on Thurs day. Dec. 3. 8 p.m at 1545 SW 3rd St. Max Gleiherman ia chair man. Greater Miami Culture Group will hear Michael Sossin, member of the Florida Commission on Aging, at its monthly meeting at Washington Federal, 1234 Washington Ave. on Friday, Dec. 3, at 1 p.m. Group is affiliated with the I. L. Pereti Workmen's Circle Schools in Miami. Annual banquet and concert of the I. L. Pereti Workmen's Circle Schools will take place on Sunday, Dec. 5. 6 p.m., at the Caribbean Hotel. Cantor Zvi Adler. of Temple Emanu El. will give a concert of Yiddish and Hebrew songs. Sunday. Dec. 12. at 6 p.m.. Creator Miami Workmen's Circle Chorus will hold a Chanuka banquet and concert at 25 Washington Ave. The chorus is directed by Ben Yomen. Tickets can be obtained at the office or by contacting Mrs Nathan Coon. Rabbi David Rosenfeld will do .. book review, as part of the bimonthly lecture series Of the 1. L. Pereti Schools on Tuesday, Dec. 14 He will review "Jewish Marge Anthology." The series is red the second and fourth h month at 1545 3rd si Mas Gkiberman con community sing to open the evening. A Chanuka party on Saturday, Dec. 18, at 8 p.m., will be held by Miami Beach Branch, •t Wa^ungton Federal, 1133 Normandy Dr. The evening will include a play performed by members of the branch. Sunday afternoon, Dec. 19. at 1545 SW 3rd St., a Chanuka parly I i school children and their parwill be held. Refreshments prepared bj the Women's Club ol Branch 800 Miami Beach Club Everglades Branch will hold n> regular monthly meeting on Sundaj Dee. 19. 8 M p m at 1545 SW 3rd St. Nathan Doug Raff Passes Here at 62 Nathan Doug Raff, a 37 year re sident, and a past president of the Greater Miami Hotel Aasocation, died Nov. 18 at the age of 62. Mr. Raff, originally of New York City, lived with his wife, lane, at 353 W. 47th St. Active in many civic affirs. Mr. Raff was an apartment house owner and a past member of the Miami Beach Planning Board, lie also belonged lo the Tropical Charter Hotel Greeters and was a member of Temple Israel and Variety club. Raff was president of the Mi ami Beach Little League and a past vice president of the Miami Beach Optimist Club. In addition to his wife, he is survived by a son. Martin, and daughter-in-law. Rochelle, No. Miami Beach. Service! were held Nov. 22 at the Riverside Alton Rd. Chapel. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY Jl OURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA i\ PROBATE No. 6*!29 IV %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All H \ %  i,. %  i.> mil m-'l and remd d< mand* hi li \ n IJ havi I % %  • V I. U'.-. %  % %  ( I Ml. %  tint; i nit"t i %  "''• i %  "" <> -.in-.in iluplli %  '• an it i .i in s. tlon 7 '%  %  I* '• !• %  %  % %  • ill Hi. In tin i "iiii •. n i-.ui. i %  • ij r • 1,1 ,. w ihlli tx calendar month* in. of the firm publication hwill be i, ii i. .i l„, t v r Ma, 1 %  \ %  : .; %  .. \ I • Ml 1:1 \M WIRE A* kdmlnti iral l> '"TV I• li-ulHin %  Movi mlr, |i SHAPIRO \ I iN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 68*37-B IN H %  %  •' Ml SMI .— 'II III/. J riCE TO CREDITORS lliivi %  it, V %  I I %  i., i. Ml I %  I ldi-d Section I | i .iiii• ., I -, I B"Jol I i. .ii 'i Ill Iron I hiI It Inn hi i >•,.f. or Hi. KI mi 111 b, i .. %  i • .1 i'.-..i .ii Miami da) "I N.'V.-MII.. r. A I i III:I.I:\ RlBflER \ i •. • \ I" i • %  %  11 loll "1 i Ini" li"t ..li Si • mii. BUT H rRAl IUl, SKKW I %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS I Said l.-i.it. "i H %  ..nl r. n • • an) • i.iiniK .iii.i ,i. 'i iKhii-h havi ana i, Hi,. saint* "' Hoi. BRRM I I /. ilei i IJndi Count) i uu I h* i ',,ni • j JiiiiuMil). mi.I III,. ll. %  Will' III dlll'l:...'. .ipro\ Idad in Beetlon I Ma t*it HI. -. in th. r • • ffi,.-.In 11 I • nousa la 11 >• i %  -• %  t %  %  F %  • within all rnli'nil.ir nmlhi from Hi" inn. ..I illIli-i publleal N.ii hi or Ihf wini.will 1. Imt-i'.l i %  it.-i .,i Miami, t-Wl'iu. da) ni Noeeml* \ I • A ill UlLffl -I'KVt 11/. t I %  %  lion %  •( i' •• on i Illli, I K< >\\ MET. -v lb "IKI:.\ %  %  '.. '.•'.. '.I.I lie ll : % % %  LEGAL NOTICE NOT FICTITIO. Nl iTI IUI.MM.I I i RICH IN THE COUNTY N AND FOR DAOEceni£?y"T l FLORIDA IN pa fiVi RE**. IN PROBATe No i IN RE r. -..-. .1 \ M IVs \\ lalma or I • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \. • H ... \ ih.it %  • '• s;:i;v COIN |.ACNIR1 I I* \.. i • i in ... I • .. • • i ; VRKINKI.i: \ \IRMAN DRI • kl.i: I Ina I Ifou nr h.r. I i n 11 i whirl the eat %  and ... ii %  II \ %  A i 1" %  \ \ • %  • %  JACKS i. .1 ,\'..\ _'l ,.t RIv.-1-nl M%  Rd \. > h Hi'mi m .n Mi Neb i '• m. • • • BRICK. \ -w -'.::.'. Rlv. Hl.ll GRAY, i ii m y llui ky. %  i ed Xi.i >. i \ i. % %  Ni I i, lilvei> i'lGURKIN, Ti %  rj !. 11 -\.-.ir ,.l I da o( Mi an.! Mrin.Mii OurWn, nr dli •! Ni • %  %  i-i.l... ROSENFELD. II, lip 1,,f lull No\ NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE N'orn'K is HKRKHY UIVKN that' b) virtue of 'ii.t.1,1. r CTS "f Plorldn • Annotated HMD, Warei Warehouai R*> • MI-. aherrln \.'I:I:II VAN LINE*. INC ,i l ', ...•[ %  .i .. il'.n i.\ virtue "I it* w .. i. hwti -• lb n, ha la It* i ill., followlne lean '. %  .1 : •. rt) Kurnlturc and HouaehoM racawaAi the propi rtj % %  ( Mr J. lleavllln, %  •! 1M i "...•. in. nt Avenue, Mantobiir, xj end ih^i un the nih %  ( I.-. ii.h.r IMS, .lnilij; the li k:.ii ii..i. %  ilnl) '" ; n %  an %  fotvnoon and %  In Ihe .. \ \s li i. \-. il :. M Hint, ..| ahall lo Uli I. L'I.. %  %  I ddl r ,, ith in hand the ;i-<\ • • !> ..f Mr .1 Hi ,ii llln, I •• i In. :ii"iii Avtmui Moi N j I '...• i ,.i Ml unl, l'l..i..i.i. tin| .... Ai'i:-i; i. VAN i.i Ni:s. INC •. is a IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No aseia7tt K s Ml'REX • i ill K Ii %  l'\|ii: •• • \ v MlSTn \. T TI'1'l.K IN.-I IU\I i: a H ST %  IMI f. Til.' 1 tin K I' si i: v MO: .\ l'Hl'sT I.IMI'WV. A ,II-... x. I v.%  nd r Ho MAS %  •.n.; \N. BUM \i:ii l'.iKki:. .i. ins K it|.iVK s. I. PATTMHMN and \^ W I.i: WIN. the Mat Da i e c tore and Tlaelia n ol siii.i eonpomtloa; Mil uiikii..v%n atac-1 oeeaora In int.-i.-t. AIKIII-. *. Tni • % %  II r i i ItevtaeeK, l -in. re, at oOhei .'latni.ifiti* lalnilnjr I.v. Ihrnuirli. und.r' acainal l'Al>i; .IHNTY AltI \'T TITI.K IVSt Il.tXi'K A TRI'ST I'I iMI'.XN y. f.,rmM-|v known' aa DADE I'IH.N'IT TITI.K IN'SI'R1 ANi'K Tttl'ST ii'Ml'VNV. a dlanlvrd Klorldu r..rj"TIi"i>: THOMAM ensTH;\N. KUWARH BITUCK, JOHN l' .i.i\ i:. s. u lb> ITI.i:si>.\ and W. W IN THE CIRCUIT i. ELEVENTH JUDICIAL FLORIDA IN AND FOB I COUNTY. IN CHANCI No 6 C l;..-r I:I:I.\\ M s i • %  Ma I l \ %  \l!.\l \ UK U I ndunt NOTICE BY PUBLiCA T V' •!'. \II..M \ I N. w VorfeL .. %  i t lih ih.Clerk "i • 1' v ^ ^ •< v..1 -|,. U : 11 N 1 > %  rn n Att l. null inn.-. Ml I %  ri i %  • • %  I all! 11., i. il Wmeanlna ITih i • i: B LBATH1 i m Court, 1 '• %  •! %  rantl) By a I' "l PBfWt] ihLi-i i id corporation parti. i% havtna any rtarht, Utla i s and Trut.. %  ..r and all natfnBO*! %  •r .'Uinnnif to haee anil int. r. M in an-i NOTICt BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF r M r ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DACOUNTY. IN CHANCEP No. 65C IW93 and/or| IU-:HINI-\ BAKER, ri.nntlff, ERWIN.I WILLIAM JL BAKER, lord. N2SI K tl in v SW T. r HalUndale, I'l.i died sn li • in Philadelphia. u SHAPIRO. Joseph I., 7, %  MSS i'..l• in \v. ,n.,l N',.% JII s.r\lc. In New york City Wverstdi SIEGAL. M> Hertha, IS, < %  ( !•"."] NE it Avi died Not .-. rvlcea In -N'.n York fit) Rlveralde WETZLEH. Wend) M. IK, ,.f :.|, Eaal I'i.. ,i....! Not _i. K,.. ,i, WALTERS. Katbryn S, : %  .. W I'..i. Harbor 1^ ,i,.-.i .\ BUM EINBINDER. Joseph t*. ol ."• -l BherI.I. %  lied Not : I || BERKOWITZ, Inim... .• Jan ra Avi '. i. -...,, ..„ • %  Rivei aide. BODIN. Mis. ..,.,. Nu dli %  I I'! CANTER. SW ITlli SP.EGEL. I.i.,. I. I Nov. COOPER. • No* LOBEL. N v i Rlvt-ndd Kiliii.ni. 14, ol 'li.-.l Nov. 17 I; of %  : % %  %  • i ;. i .: %  I...1.1111. Ba) i %  %  ,i %  SHERBER. Joaoph Anthony. 1 r. i died Not 18. vVARSHAW, Mam %  :.l..n SAF IER. i.„ ob I. Ave-. died M TELL. I. rvk-ea In .\. i VILATZER. li. UN KW %  %  i j,,. rtlon Night Club Program West Miami Ladies' Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans, will hold a \i^ht Club night at the Carillon Hotel, on Saturday. Dec 4. al 9:30 p.m. Hrs s M Gold ^ in eh of reservations. NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN S SALE KtrriCE is HERi-Jlt! UIVKN that b) \ l| • .. ..f i 'luvpti r IT* ..I I'l.Ti.la •. i Wan i Wan-niiun lie. when n v 'i: i: H VAN I.IM :.; S %  i' • i'i. > % % %  %  .ii \ .i • %  %  hi u %  • III li. !... iri il the followlnn d. Furniture and Household Posnes. %  Ions A Ih* propert) ,.l MiI'MII Ml tub. II, bios Rual u I'liUeari PSJ Ml and thai "ii lh 17th da) ..f iHvember, li'.. durlna the leal hours .•! salt mainly bi taeen -•ii and I M in in* .i(t. in... N W th Avenue, Miami, II. rthe undenatirned shall offei ...i,. al blddet tot tah In li.iinl ihe ..' %  -. -ii.1 .-.. rtj ,,f Cyril Mitchell, (103 II •'..II... !', \|,| i '..'.-l .it MIIIIIU. Floe %  2nd day .f November, ACE-K i. VAN LINKS, IN.' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No, 65C 12062 THE \\ 11,1,1 kMSUL'RUIl HAVINGS I %  A ,\ K Pis • 'iff. l"-lti.ll MOFPETT, a Mnato a on .n NOTICE OF SUIT ii Moffett, .. altujla ..,„ ,,, Marina %  %  •" by noting that tin || '-"' : HI'* k 71 NORM M'l' : |.N ,,N • DAT El i \.„. MARTIN FINE 1 l •...!. i Mu. mi. Flat Ida it M to ihpropert} Involved n. this ult. i... Nl"i' -.f Lota I. | un.l X 111., k !"• %  Bouth, -I 11.. .-ih. in al n ..f Ih* Clt) % %  < Miami, IMIUC 1-,-t ..t %  ni"D" NDUUI "i %  • M North "l inth street, and West "i Made .it M. to Ihe M %  11 i-,.,n I. • I I fed led it. Plal Rook II .t • %  f laa I'ul. Rei i %  •HI ty. Fl. i.i.i I lefenflant* NOTICE TO APPEAR To: DADE %  '• '"N"i \ \ its i i: \. T IIi. \N. i; rid T CUM HANI kaoan I'M'i: COCN rv ITII.I: IN.-I H ANCB A MCls-r COMPANY, ,. .I... I|M ,| Flnrl '. i and Till >MAS i uetTlOAN li >. WAR!I iti KKI: |..||N r 1.1, n E, s. U I'A ITERt* .\ and W. u ERWIN, ih. last htrertora and Trus t sea oi saM oorporataon; Ail unk 10a i. ,n m. terest, \ %  ;.,... .. i ... Heirs, Devtsei -. I.ex a l i i • %  • -. I... nora, tVedlUH olalmanta rhalmins I throuch, un. i. i 1 1 il'NTY I \ s i |: \ 1 tNY, Ion i,-, known ..I %  \ I >i 1 % %  N n TI i'l.i. IN.-, i: vNCK ,v rn. -i COMPANY, .. rtlssan-d FliORUM • 'I'lli >M AH i '••-,., \ %  Vs \Ui. HI RKE JOHN F ol,IVE, S L I'NTTKi.-. >N .1 u ^ KRWIN, lbs last Director* All unknown pui i i nnvlna %  ma I" lm\ %  ,.""•" •'-' DAUB HI hVybaid Bu V \l:-. |< li i i II (j tM H ,v i I:IST COMv,,.., r„ r r I i.|.-n.l:int SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Wl I J.I AM K BAI a Peter Baker .." I •.. .n Aval i 'litt'.n. N. A '. ^ i u ll.1.1 \M II B*J> h.-i.-i. nouned ihit I i > %  imi nt i. r I • t i aaalnai I -n. and y**t the I of th< i I• .|..\ ..f |i". un If >UU i nl t.. .|.. ... Sudan Ii., %  ,. n eas. demanded In the llll i Thai aotloe ahatl %  • pabllsbed oom ..I.I, • .......... %  in i HI: -i I ; VV ISH I LoRJDLVN DONE AND IRI >EItl 'I al Ml r. i la tiilath da) of Novem i A l' IM • h: It LMATlfHRM VN'. C < Ir.-iHl i ."ii t. 1 %  B) K M I VMA l leputv Clerk Al,\ IN CIMIII.MA.N %  hjndman .t 11 iltsman Ikttns Italmlff %  NOTICE UNDER riCTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HKMKH1 UIVEN rn. undersfcrned, dest i lo enca i, ,.i i. -undei • .in. j %  J li. REICH ..i I-.i X I.B ISth At N Miami liew. h. Inland name a any nijlii. utu, the Clreult '"i >. and Inter, -i u and t.. i he MTFVM kin i B1TY IT! ktVINtl si:i;s ICE IN • El I I •"> Involved ben '"' AN i. BACH UF V"l I-I you b) HiPlain. — IN THE COUNTY JUDGE! COURT %  *',"• '"' ;l V tins title IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. *"" '" FLORIDA IN PROBATE No MS49C -'''• ^>" IN i I. Hi. k II I ...... Avi NOT.CE TO CREDITOR • T.. All %  %  • :. 1 %  • i. • unma. %  '• HKRhin Ki..... |R| ... FloTklM. .,nl,. n attorn, II, MTl ': i Florida nal -i ,.,. .iu. • • n> sains i ''.its %  %  %  r'loridn M LYMAN I '• put i • %  III I' ith i:\ i: in II.IIKI' k/a \ nr>r.i>Kit w .KM Ad mint ml ,> T A / \ \ Hie l.'lli i|a) of Nl Sllll. II II 1 > Hldf i rids %  U/l ... iu witn a neu-uow VAIM*



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„ November 26. 1965 Jen i*lFhrkflrtr Page 15-B lEG AL NOTICE ,,-,£ S COURT 1, COUNTY, *OBATE u V lorxe '0 CREDITORS M \xnln*i •%  '' .1 ,,[ .,,,,!and •<• have MPBlnal SI;RC>TA, •!• • ..,,-.. Florida. ,,.„!.. Cumin .liu.H.-.ite In dupll< at*. -. iion In I ;.!•fotiiiii His fp.m %  %  : lllli pmao BY HENRY LEONARD TRAV^i %  • %  \ i •I_"RT OF THE • ?&"*' BRIO* I ,R DADE NCERY I ,'|XC.S ANP I--, r v. ICATION ,l And here, young lady, is just the tour for you, thirty nights in London, Stockholm, Paris and Rome, and for Zede's sake, breakfast in Tel Aviv." LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 68649-C IN Ki: KM, I...f .-I KAN M KYI III Dell Wed NOTICE OF PROBATE TIM: ST \TI: OF ru>RU> \ in A I.I. I'KltSONS INTERESTED IX THE |>T A'l'i: %  IF SAID DECEDENT. -i .it.hi reb) t I -. %  i t %  1 th.u a Wl'lti. ii iTiMiiim.nl purpurtlnf t" be the I • u 1,1 .Mi.l 1. -l.ilil.nl ul said di• dent I>-. — i %  • %  ii admitted to probate In -., ,i i '..uri You are hi i • bj i in. i nded within six I I II nd ntln from Ihi date of the fii-i puhllcat nl ihh noth %  i" appear In nald i "tun t : Hhou i aum II ii,. .,. i|on ,.f 1l-l Co sit In adn -., ,i ,i ill to probati not .-land tun v\v i*d CKOlltlE T ri.ARK ly J LMIK* Rj I. p %  -i puollcatlon of th..nolle iy of Xovi aUaten, ii,.-.', i Iruadwei %  Ml II I I .1:1 '-'.-.I-! 11 '.ATTENTION ATTORNEYS. +Jenist fkridfirr •ollcita your legal notice*. W* appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rales Dial Wn 3-46M lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE %  la 1 i rk, I \\l%  • tt .GLICATION I HI OF THE JcOlC A. CIRCUIT OF |A tNO fOR DADE IT'". THANCERY I '• '.'-01 -I DVORCE %  I i'r'.l'K.-K lire %  filed %  %  1 ...,nn Hi.-' MII.TON \ • %  %  %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 65CV 4MIT1I I '. ndant SUIT FOR D.VORCE ,. i MI: i. itlTM I fou. J ; %  V Mi 'I.I II i.l: VMKII das "i h) llrll %  I %  • Hi: IKWISH l"l .i:il i A N IX INK VND uRDBKI vl %  %  %  %  N A. I' % %  |: l.i:\ rill'.KM \N I It dun P K. I. KNEBDKN Deput) Clerk \NK. .i:l' II KRAMER i Lincoln Road H Mlani • Intlfl 11 • NOTICE UNO^R FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HY ijlVKX that : ATIONKRS \ • i I' 11' TKIN .-, I'AI .' \ :II u %  • %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66849-B IN n U II.K1AM MICH VET. HOI.TZ Si: I I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All n %  • i it Said • %  %  %  d and reI iii ,n,-i : \s II. KIWI MICHAEL Hi 'KT/.. SI', llcir, I Suli %  ilupl • and the I ,1 \ I • 1.1 JAM M HOI.TZ As %  %  %  v\ K UU.H'K ... %  •. || >• NOTHr ,-IDFR FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW V. .''; %  K '.HKKRKMV ':i\ KN %  .... i\\. .> v || i:l will S • 1 •Wo Ml -Ml/." I % %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XiiTli-K IIIKRKRY OI\ BN %  mi.i. i • di xlrlns i" %  11IK ADVISt'R at "l l-i'-. Intend to rslsti r eal • i. oln R u -h the of Pn.de • I \.\K \ • ^LBLICATION IT COURT OF THE 3 C AL CIRCUIT OF • 0 FOR DADE IN CHANCERY *SC 12457 i i X INti, M.Nn, % OR D.VORCE M'A'.XlNll u n '•I ADAQNINO, :n.•hat ;i Hill i,( t'oiu%  ha Wn filed "il lire r..|li!i>-.l to • i Anawi r or I'l.,,1 nsplaim on tin AM;I:I/I A M.I. lie A Sli.-|Mr.l, 4iiii Miami, Hoi i.la. .,,,.I %  • r or Plamdlna U • %  i'l, ik ,,f tli. • tinISnd day '• you r.iii i default will i,.i.,,.. I, 'lie relief demanded !• %  plaint. i • ibllabad "i.i "ii-. i .II iv. .. k I" 1 Ki.|;i|i|.\N |>I-.|.KI;I;I. .,, Miami, daj .,r November, %  Hi pn.i: M \\. nark. "iinty. riaridl I' COPELAND fctj dork Put: NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNT-. IN CHANCERY No 60C 12S51 WILLIAM II SBLUItl, I "III. I SUIT FOR DIVORCE .... h wi :,, TIM: JBW i-ii !• %  "" \, I„,M: XM. ,.I:I.KI:K1' ..: Miami ::,,, ,i. i: ,., November, I A 1> IS I. || I.KATHBRMAN, flerh tla.le ( II %  I K M l.iMAN Ueput) < 'lerk 1-vrV. 1MWI.KR SIIK|-|-K\ I • M noi ... .\\ %  nue l.'oral tial Kla 131M Attorve) f6f MWntiff II '•' -" %  '%  -'" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. S5C 12544 Jl'KK l-~rKKI.K Ht'BLU Plaintiff, \ I I \M l> I.KK SI'IM.l,. 1>I I. l.ll.Mlt. ._ NOTICE OF SUIT Ti > I VMCS I.KK .--'I'Kl.l. Hi--nl.-lire niikn.iwii You. un.l > ou are i-l""" ... rve a cops of your Anawer "i otnei pleading upon Palntwra •"''""'" %  >; \I.VV -II.VI. CATKIN. t-"> KI"'"" Boad, M ." i Beach, Florida, and ni< the original of yo -;' "', ,l "' 1 pleadliW In the office ol the •!'"-''' ,,„. ,.,, „„ Court, Dade ount>, Onurthouai Miami, Horkla, on or tiefore 11M Mrd day of -nM..i. i %  •• • in default "f which .. l-..-• Proj onfeNHo will be anlered analnat you. Doted .,• Miami. Dade County, Flpri.ia. Urla Hth 4aj % %  < November. !.>. K i: i.K.A I lll-.RMAX. Clerk. i-ir.vilt Court, !•"!• County, hl.wlda (.Ml) in K 8NBBDKN Ivptity t'lerk of iii.• Court Count). Plorl ii 1 ii 1-KAS .-IH-I: JAY K ASIll'K n s.ii-i .* IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 68630C IN ItK Entitle of j v Ill i:. iKBNSTBIN 1 %  • u*ed NOTICE TO CREDITORS %  i ... v %  | All r.-r>n Hat %  „ %  % %  -. l •• manda Ajtalt -t Said fm an "''' re%  .... %  • i Utill R( %  I i %  %  %  \1 V \H ll.MKl.K iN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COLNTV. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 67984 C IN H INI • ISA '' S \.M KK-' >N NOT.CE TO CREDITORS .,.., vil i-n I All IN -••' %  Has Ii I or In % %  n %  j. (>u ... i %  -I r. '.lini. h >"\ W SAMfKI.Si.N ,i.. ,., .i i. ii. .-i Dade County, I1i.l.i t" I he Co l 'adi fountv. and i le the aami Ii I ,....., ,| In Sectloi Kl.it1.lu >' %  .' '• %  i. i" their •.-. in i ad| i • r | .:.,. u ithin lx calendar month* from the time of 11>•first publl In r.-i.f •' will I"' hart ed i..... | :, i '.: mil. Hoi Ida, Ihl -" th ii.,1 • A I' IVY '• KAMI KKSI >N \. tdmlnlstrnttix Pirnt publn-atl iiof I Ihe Kil' da) "f N'ovembes, I M II. HlKRT H TBAl'RKi v. tdml ilatrati Ix LEGAL NOTICE N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CO'-PIN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 68781A ,NR M R ARl"t' KBMCNP. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I „ ,na> hay* ah .' VRIA % %  KI M r • c %  i %  D:,o. '' I %  ,i i • • 5th 1 das '%  -.' %  %  on %  ii %  Marlti S %  NOTICE UNOER FICTIT.OUS NAME L %  N," So 1 !..,!"' %  ill* V" 'i >•\ 11 w • F.I >l* Mil • '>' s*T -T \ HiI' Myer* Heln n & K \ n cy* for Apptl I !.'.'-'.''•. 1C .N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 68741-A IN RK I a I I N K NOT.CE TO CREDITORS i %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTH K is IIKRKRY tJIVKN ...... ,i. •Irtni i" mrajre In in,,I. i the flctltloun nann of l\N AMBRICAN HANDBAO CO. liiol In, al :• .-' W l Avi Mil Inl, iii| H to r.ti-i. i aald mime null in. Clerk of t ..Circull Court ,.i I •..,!.• Counts. I'l"i Ida M \xi ITK OAJtCIA II. .\ VRU KAI.IS11 Attorn*) dul'ont Bide., Miami. Kla. ^ IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. SSS42 A IX RB: Bitate "f MARTHA MKI.I.MAN. 1 leoeaaed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All i-redltor* and All Persona Haying rialma or iH-maiidH Asalnat Bald Batato: You are hereby notified and re.itiii. .1 t.. preaent any I'laitns and demands whl.-h you may have aralnal !,o.,-,.,..• "I MARTHA MBIXMAN, d. i taed late of Ifcide County, Florida, I,, Hi., i-oiiniy .Indue* ol' Mule Counts and ft I.the sain. In duplicate and aa provided In Rectlon 733.16, Florida Statin--. In their office* In the County c.nriliou.-e In l>ade County, Florida \> thin -iv calendar month tintime "f the Oral publication hereI • ,. ime %  ill be barred i..,i..i ,,i Miami. Florida, Hi ,.,i.. tober, \ D 1* rii Mii.KitiRDlNTZ l-.i.SK RH1NBHTONE A i %  .. Rkeouten Fir*t publication "f thla n the 5th duy of November, I II SIMON. HAYS i-.RfXliWI ll.i tttorneya tot On-BSxecutora SOI Aloale) llitlldlnic Sl"HA> %  1,1 .ii the i 'oiin1 .'..Ill -Ii, ..1-" Ill I Mil. %  %  l Ida, within *lx call the ;in ili" fh'M ; ibll ,.r. ,., the aam. will be harted Dated ..t Ilium F oi Ida il"da) oi Octob. r, t.D TUB MIA Ml RK MM FIRST NATU 'X Al. RANK ]:> .lam. I. Nest ni..n. Trnsi Ofl KAXX1K Sill ANK i-,. Bxecutors Kir-t publication >-f thla the 12th da> "i November, SMITH K MAX HI.KK B) Harry it smith Attorne) for Co-Bxecutor K>1 Uncoln Road UE 1-7*17) n I2-1-N, 12 3 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA iN PROBATE No. 6839S B IN in Batali I1KNKY 1. J \ %  • HW 11. ,-. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To VII Credil H a i.m l\ %  > .. l \ are hen not • : .•which %  -. ; III MIV K IA11JW ,.. I ne ol • I '"' '"" %  to thi Count % % %  < % %  • %  %  %  %  the t •it %  %  n \%  .".•Hi notice on ISO. ..ii NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HBRBBY OIVBN that th" nnd. ralftned, dealrlm t" angage In bualneaa under the flcUUoua name nl RBSTO ..1 tnt X \Y T.Mh Street, Miami intends t.. nttisi' i said name with tinClerk "f tiie Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. lll.XWIfK BglU'MBNT .VXD SKCI'KY CORP. (a l-'la i '"l|i.l 11 r'-i'i--Jii. I! I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl I ICE IS IIKKKI'S OIVBN that the underalarned, deal ring '.• enrase In bualneaa under th* Hctltlou* n Till: KTKAK RANCH al 3601 B.W, Dixie nv mi.-nd* i" reatater anld name a-lth the Clerk ..f the Circull fourt of Had. County, KVi'l' l-KVItuXIA M \\ Kl.t.lS MARK l-SI'.l II Attorne) 1011 An-'.. ) HldK. 11 I".11 "R • '* NOTICE L'NDFR FICTITiC. S NAME LAW VOTH K IS I UIVKN I I %  .-ill I'K \\ HiTK ,i nl Plaaa to !••--nilli Hi" Clerk ". ,-....-• .,i Dade County, PONT flAI.l I'lliKs l.Tl. INC I., i -II \lll.K.I 'III, M"N : %  l'i • si.l.nt K,.\ NEK MANNHK1MKR .^ GRKKNK1BUD An..i „. xf..iDLTONT HAKKKKir.3 LTD INC. son i >n|H.T,t Plaaa i "enter Miami. Florida 13181 is-it-lt- 7N THE^COUNTY JUDGES COU.. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 66554-B IX RB: Ksi.ii. i JOSEPHINE WKIS'/. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHAHGE NOTICE I* hereb) Riven thai l have filed a Final Report an I f,,r filatrlbutlon and Final DlacharRe a* i. x .. nioi ..i the .-in. ol J" iSEPBIrlB \\l'l>'/. dece I and that "ii th" loth da> "I November, l "ill applj io (he Honorable Counts Judirra of Had,County, Florida, for api Final Report and for %  MatrlbuthHi and final dlacharRe aa x., utoi "i tli. -' %  >'• "i the abovenamed decedent This th day of in tober, I K i i:r w Ki.i.is.-ii Kxecutor tte of JOSEPHINE WKISZ. Dece aa ed KURT UKKKlst-li. Attorne] -.it.of .lo.s,.plilniW'eisz. I leceaaed l<7 Alni.-ria Avenue Coral Oablea, Florida 33134 >B M



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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 26, 1965

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01921

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
"Jewish FloridLian
ITT^S Number 48
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEW/SH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida. Friday, November 26, 1965
Two Sections Price 2C
\Jeivs Warned on Red Claim of Easing Bigotry

-,N ,JTA) British
ed Monday against
the impression that
iernment is relaxing
on lews in the
[I was urged to do i
t,|e to call the at
.i id to the cont-.n- i
..... of Jewish religion
Russia
was sounded by Sir
! abor member of
the British Parliament and formei
president of the Board of Depu
ties of British Jews, in a report
presented to the monthly meeting
of the Board of Deputies of which
he is the chairman of the foreign
affairs committee
In reviewing the situation of
the Jews in the Soviet Union at
the present moment. Sir Bamett
Mid that the Soviet Government
has recently undertaken "a mas-
sive propaganda effort to disarm
international public opinion" re-
garding the oppressions against
Soviet Jewry which, he stated,
are continuing despite all the
official Soviet efforts to paint a
brighter picture.
It Is Impossible," he said, "for
Jews in this com.try and abroad 1"
watch tli<' situation of the Jews in
Russia without making their con-
cern and misgivings known to the
Soviet authorities. In recent
months, certain claims have been
made that there are improvements
in the position ol the Jewish com
munity in the Soviet Union. Hard-
ly a week goes by without reports
appearing in Western newspapers,
and in Sov iet publications appear
ing in the West giving the im-
pression that things are really be-
ginning to change at last. But
when one examines these reports,
it becomes clear they are mainh
repetitions of the same few facts
or promise-
"There have been three Yiddish
books published in the USSR in
editions of 15.000 each Many of
these books are sent to Westerr.
Continued on Page 1S-A
L.S. Fires Worker
Refusing to Sign
\nli- Israel Pact

-
.ir \ The
lit r'oro
11< .hi
00
\n Force
i< ri :

, tl
a .i S Schwei
R< iii-
ol Bala i'.'
.
, i otested the
Defense
Bui 'he De
Departments re
fun ii to |m ot >t t" the Lib) an au-
thoritii U I thai
' i ited S'ates w re
i t,i
Lib) a
! "It
i- absolutelj outrageous tor anj
agency "j the I nited I
jrnn I fire an emploj. bi
cau to sign u dei
a winch he feels is anti Semitic
Mr. Hunt, a 31-year-old food
supervisor for the Defense De-
partment, was fraisfeired last
April from Fort Belvoir, Va.,
Continued, on Page 6-A
Congressmen
Warn LBJ On
Aid to Egypt
SIR BARNUT JANNIK
Rcv.V.vs Situation
W VSHIN'GTON iJTA Presi-
is urged this week
. ress to Ii
ng .iid to Egypt unless
ESPIONAGE SHARPLY DENIED
Slate Department Nixes
Charges Against Envoys
\ M
promisi
ceasi
the I e Easl S
ienl is urgii \ thi W
.-.- to renew
of t : .- commodities I
1 ypl
s.n Hugh Scott. Pennsyl
an, informed P
inson that he object* d to U S
nomic aid now planned
Egypt unless "very rigid ec
Continued on Page 11-A
N Al
pel
;. Washii
"espioi a
vbba I > !
SI il Depart
S curit) and Con
..I with
U.S. S
Internal Securit)
i nial from
nl this wt k
'
ol S \ mour
., o*
i
n m fie
duals
i to the I
ir thi t ite
., I pub
bco nmittee, i h ef
Sourwine raised
questions about "former associa
Mi Scl wartz with espi
., ,i i foreign govern
The alleged "agents" were la-
ter identified as Eliahu El.ith.
president of H-h-ew Uni '
in Jerusalem who was Israel's
first Aribcssjoor in W*u
ton; Theodore Koilek, Mayor-
elect of Jerusalem who served
as Minister of the Israel E nb
sy here; the late Reuven Shi-
losh, former Minister of the Is-
rael Embassy; Meir Sha!it, prom-
inent Israeli who was First Sec-
e'ary of the embassy, and
tetiashiv Ben-Horin, once Israeli
First Secretary here and now l
raeli Ambassador to Venezuela.
The attack on Mr Schwartz
Continued on Poe 7-A
Pope Pledges to Push
Declaration on Jews
FRENCH CATHOl'CS ANXIOUS Page 3-A
R0ME jta Pope Paul the pontifl indicat. I imple
al ental rn will i o lo in the
,1 the Si en tarial for the
'"! the it Christian Un
ted Declaratioi is
i hiistian Religions, Cardinal Bea has been
then i IJ kJ\ I UUI&
enti rted to his
tism
v ,,,. t,me, however Continued on Page 3-A
Peking Seen
In Advice
AJC Reports Study
On Religious Texts
PHII v
textl ooks and
. ,: n. materials t
- less fre
Uj than .
ing m v,u ''
ee disi e this
wed*
, hi i 'i i was oi r
from a i ":i1'1' '
used hi public si
... itive boa
mmittee The studj also
tl ..; i, i ,... .. hing
lend to i
istianity
S ..... I
ian conflicts as interac
between people rather than
Continued on Page 8-A
B-G Conducts New Knesset Session

i
sALEM (JTA) David
rmer Prune Minis
' 79 the oldest member
essel i Parliament l, pre
r the first les ion of the
sel which opened here
in inaugural cere
President Zalman Bhatar
ess a bJcfa bj paased all
subjects, Mr. Ben
I to one issue of
interest by declaring that
the Zionist movement's vitality
i,.,. declined and has almost lost
t> identity." Then, as presiding
er p... t-m he gave the oath
,1 office to all members of the
new Km net, and caUed for the
tion of a Speaker
Kaddisb Lux, Speaker in the
last Knesset, was nominated by
all the parties in the House ex-
cept Rafi, the Israel Workers
List formed by Mr. Ben-Gurion
as dissidents from the Mapai
Party, the Communists, and
Haolam Haieh. Mr. Lux was
then reelected for another full
term as speaker. Members of
the Ra'i faction in the Knesset
x plained that they had
abstained i" the voting on the
speakership because of the stand
Mr. Lux had taken against Mr.
Ben-Gurion and on the latter's
insistence on the reopening of
the old Lavon affair.
!:, ad lition to choosing Mr. Lux,
-.I Deput) Sp
ers, hose names had been pre-
a reed upon bj all oi the
partii represented In
mix r House
The ceremonial Inauguration ol
session was preceded by Presi
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rive soon from Pekin 5 to
,ent to ot!,. 1 Syrian
i( partments,
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that the i 1 inese I
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'tup with the Soi lei
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6oy. Leader, Peter Lawford to Appear
At Me Ami Development Dinner Dec. 5
Former Got Oerge M Leader
of Pom :* joined by
r Lawford. brotheXin-iaw: of
lar Late Presadeaw. John F I
Bed*, m a prwgraa. if***ored by
the Greater Miami Council of the
Jcvuk Na'.'"*: F.;nd.
T pro?raM scfcecwled for Suav
nuf Dec 5. enl fea: -re
Leader a- prmcrpal speaker
merit of a *i*ter ory ei tte
jordimm border e* tfe Jewish
o* Me Aw D'"H'*
proceed* o# wtwch wiH
te ud to complete G'tr Mi
rnus ouo* for ttte estewlisr*-
Rassco Official
To be Specker
Hi
H.
ki_../s Max shaptro
SandVr' vaa a member of the
ral Air f
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The dinner, mhich" will al fea-
nm caro? Lat-..-. b:.~. naaci
to Mias America sr. the recent r.a
uooal bea*.'-- contest, and reu:
Mas Florida, avarta the kick-off
for a drr*e to raise $1 MO.009 in
either ca-h or b-
Pledge) cam be made through
.-ifCiaa in the JNF Coui
Golden Book, according to
levrl
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w*i co-cha"^a"> aMl then Gov
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Will Feature Gables Auditor of Council
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Travel Series
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2 m be featured -n tfca
aw Akwg< fihl sene* at
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Rabbi Joseph E. Rockovsky
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Joseph V Fitzgerald Cora;
Gabies and -.rtorney who
^.ucipated in the recent Catholic
- w\il be second speaker in a series
of lectures on the results of the
Cour.cl oa Morda. 9 pxm at
Temple Beth Sholom.
r'-*_ ra?d. a prominent Catho-
an. wifl follow Leo M
-ieoitive editor of The Jewish
FVorsdaaa. w drsem-sf the irr
I *rty delarat->n
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Mme"m addressed a leroe
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i senet mtj^.Tt'. He ovrlired
the import for Jews o# the de-
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toy Razid and Comic Emil Cohen Wi!l
adline Temple Ner Tamid Bond Dinner
Bh Rad- Emissary of
\ jberal ion, and hmii
fc.L noted i -median, will head-
*:. lor the Temple
tSnidlsrael MW.-of State
fstttroay evening. Dt*. 4. at
tSSmebleau HoUl.lt 1M
*J\, itabbi Eugene
Jviw and Murray Shaw,
TSdlnner will honor Maurice
jbsetcky. who will receive Is-
fc-, Award ol Honor.
prior to taking his pre.ent
Lt consul of the State of
|~,el i" N'" York' R"'*' Vt
11 key di"c,or of th* Jw,,h
lAotntr 'or lsrael-
Inuring World War II. RmM
Lni ii Western Deeerl and
lUlj fighting with the Jewish
Log days of the
Vfter the war,
in Europe to help
[ I "illegal" Jew
I io Palestine
.. of 1948. Rnziel
Lanue commandnd the
Lj q, "I of the future
Lraf| \ r< r maintained in
lijlv btl became i state.
lttr thai be returned to
claimed by critics and audiences
wherever he has appeared.
\ native ol Wilmington, Del.,
Cohen presents a program finding
is origins in both American and
-ii cultun Hi- father is a
well known c a n t o r, and Cohen
brings to his performance a wealth
(it background in Jewish music,
tradition and humor lie has re-
cently returned from n w-w to
Israel.
Nautilus Teachers Given Awards
.lu- Junior High School Sci
fi tta Rubin
and Bernard Kreisberg, have
been awarded a year's study with
the National Science Foundation
"In Sen ice Institute
Mrs Rubin is studying chemis-
try, and Kreisberg is studying
modern biology.
The course is given at Co
Park Senior High School i y
teachers from Florida State Unlj
itj All expenses are paid.
the course gives Bix hours of
uate study credits.
Dade Counts science superviso
Stuart Darrow. is in charge of the
grants.
KAZIIL
CONfM
Israel as a combat pilot in the War
of Liberation He also saw service
in Israel's armed forces during
the Sinai campaign of 1956.
Emil Cohen, since establishing
himself a- a top humorist, racon-
teur and vocalist a) Groasinger's
Hotel and Country Club, has ap-
peared in major night clubs, hotels
and theatres throughout the conn
try.
He has been seen on numer-
ous television programs and has
been heard on many popular
radio shows, and has been ic-
French Catholics Arc
Worried About Result
PARIS JTA) A number of
koatiaanl French Catholic la>
Ben expressed serious misg.iv-
Bgs" this week concerning the
ictual results of the recently-
Irouuilgaleti F.cumcnical Council
leclaratior. on Catholic-Jewish re-
stions The statement, which is
iov. official catholic dogma, de-
tiSemitism and repudi-
v ihe charge of deicide against
Jewish people in the crucifix-
on of Jesus.
The views were expressed at
la meeting attended by some 50
1 Catholic prelates, historians and
intellectuals sponsored by the In-
ternational League Against Anti-
Semitism and Racism. A typical
view was that of former French
Justice Minister Edmond Miehe-
let a prominent Catholic layman,
who told the gathering that h
still harbored "a certain mis-
| trust' toward the Council which
he said seemed to behave like
| an assembly of strict jurists."
Fr Riquet Prayor of Paris' No-
kre Dame Cathedral called the dec-
Baratiun a text which imposes on
JChristiara .. brotherly attitude to-
|ard all nonChristians and a full
respect for their beliefs."' Dr. Ja-
jcob Kaplan, Chief Rabbi of France,
Uaid h. deplored the fact that "the
lacseaui did not erase from the
I Catholic latechism the roots of
|anu-Seiiutism."
He laid then were two reasons,
RAT PROOFING
A Specialty
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TNf NOME AND BUSINESS
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EXTERMINATORS
one the Council's refusal to clear
all the Jews of the "guilt of dei
cide and two, the fact that the
statement deplored but did not
condemn anti-Semitism and hatred
of Jews.
Pope Pledges to
Push Declaration
Cortimjed from Paoe> 1-A
charge by the late Pope John
XXIII.
Pope Paul told the Council he
would see to the implementa-
tion of the "activities initiated
by this synod," and named the
declaration on Jews as one of
tbe items to be entrusted here-
after to the Secretariat for Non-
Christians. Cardinal Carli is the
head of that secretariat.
The Council received tins week
the full text of a new draft schema
on "The Church in the Modern
World." which would give explic
' it support to the right of Chris-
tians to disobey orders of a "wick-
ed character." naming genocide
specifically as one of those "wick-
ed" matters.
The draft condemned genocide
because of its "dreadfulness by
right and in fact." That draft
1 schema is expected to be brought
! to a vote In the next few days.
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[Chapter, announced here. Women
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7 ^ receal emergence Of
-_-.ei- '- the er.v.an.e
s, :.. r.e .-.ere S to
toy a oeod hoerewfli tong .' may *aet.
. e an -'*/ because
:. AfriCOB >*-s.'. erp*r:.ence odcy.
Tn* eeiflfac Book MoafeB thai
year ofifln -a a --..-. 7-a; f 10 flrady
sue imssorrl ^n-
Me Ami Development
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'y.-.-H-:- V .-=- --" C*orae
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tida is a progrc
The >*j- '"--" ">--n.r_ sere
ha* DD ~.:-; the :,*. V* Am. --_ -.-.-.-- ./
*y > sister dry La Israe. w.- Ce s crjsv
een :>ea ev.ax.~ah fhrouc- -**
PWPOflfl 7" ....
icn -order a lo sver.-. Is-
rael -r -.- ourpaasa of poflaisefl mramam
or terrfc
The Cc :er Wvy: Lsra*. ..-
cer the auspices c: Im >* j- -fid.
_s a tr ._..* -c
.et OB
to leu Greater .'' a aooat the r j
..ng toaoy hi afioressrtcc, ana Iflrosi BO>
tionc. --
jr. ?rter I^nrlor-: ar.c ;^i* B-l-aa
ft.v>^ld DMdc* a tfijor
cmg the deveiopcaeo: ot M* A-a.. a.-.-: r.J- ..-.-
Greaier Mjcz. Jewry i -yr.mrtmer ka-
lr cxtj doiivg yeoajox's wcrr n r^toM
of Israel deieue
:re
le saarafl
3o wdi never oea^. lo r--
aoMaal noc _r_j
parl oc
-:-.--.e.-.;-er.t of oui cou.-."-
aevertheeai .ro<
be .scrr.e t.rr.e OCB *ej-r:-
ore of an entire:/ a-rerer.: and Jar
rr.ore acvasofld cr-e:
MflOM oar ser.s>e o: respc.-^.n_.,y :o each
. -.:. ianrngran] s intocj oe far
greater Tr*e n-^rr.bers w.ll r-e arcs es
^ Ol vhee we r.z.pe ". :: "7 r.e.p ear.-, r.ew -zz-
rhrcd can hardiy be rr.ecs'jreG in Mm of pa*
experience.
A suitable corr.pcnioc we bebeve j
SoanOB Jew^b iBHBigraQOII ...err.rr.- daI
the H.-.er era ana tne C* Bm into the
'." S today.
T.-.e C.TAT recogntt-on of what faces us
\\e*e terms j par of the AflMticao Jowiah
ccr: s grow.ng concern tor its de?-
as o cujturoi entity here ct home.
Award to Dr. Narot
3:ec-e: M.arr.. >*.'- rcrr.rr.unity w.ll
pay ~_ite -. !> Joeeph R. Narot ttua wee<-
er-C wre-. -.-.e Arr.er.can Jewish Committee
e ^rae. sp_-;-^c. .e-acer
:cr
.- adraoaaq the cause
. -. r_ :.*-.
Our Human Responsibility
The eirminrrtaor. of &e ncrtiocjal origins
quota system in the Umled S4ai by (he end
of 1966 was one of the many agenda items ajs-
cued at the 34th Generai Assembly of the
Council of Jewish Federations and Weikxre
ds in Montreal last week.
For the first tune since the 190Cs. the Jew-
ish community of America must toe* the pos-
mfliii g serTTice
vnally will take cog-
'i-'. -s. -ne erer.t as Philip L Hoffman chc.r-
^mm.ttee s nat.or.ai Board ot Gov-
erness arr.v here to be guest speaker at the
tormed dine or presentation Sunday eve:.
---* I'.-i.-.- Plan Hoiel
The awara lo Dr Narot cites a rabbi who
nas n*.a his pu-P-t w-.th distinction lor the past
s since cmving ui Miami to take
jp rs at Temple Israel. Since then. Dr.
A nas been identified not only with a va-
riflOj cd rehgious. cultural, and educational
causss. out witn civic and humanitanan en-
deoror m the comm-jn-ty. as wefl
Dr. Narot has bee.-, a member of the Metro
Community Relations Board since its Joundmq
m June. 1962. and a member of the Dade
County Economic Opportunity Program. He is
also a member of the Florida Conference on
-.ad Welfare, and a past president of the
Welfare Planning Council here
A former president of the Greater M.
Rabcjucal Association, in all Dr. Narot is
an aprt choice tor this American Jewish Com-
miriee cikmoc
duriu? ihf wffk
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aimetl to tr.nch a few and to create turrr
many >.f our ke> industries, and it has N
pushed b> t Keaaedj i pohtica:
ase. the real center and heart of II r**
;he political Zionist plannrn I luM
Mrs Masnll incidentally. subsequen::> MU?L-5
Womar ,af of a bab\ sitting probt) '" to
1964 was identified SI U spokesman IS
John Birch Society
II flaoold thus be clear that Ganety -
is far from the simple and unassun.
of Lei Freedom Ring is haoec
all interlocking with the pte,
'.d of hatred and bi^n'n \-
^otographer who has beer, a I
on flying saucers, he a> last heani fl
1961 when he launched a whirlpool of act
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1965
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LEnERS TO THE EDITOR
\policy in Vietnam Needs No Defense
IDITOB.
The Je*"*h Floridian: ,
comment on Rabbi
nishs remarks on Viet-
r
ffei is l
t^'r'od .5 issue.
" m begin with tribute. I
,mired Rabbi Kronish
V outstanding record as a
jumt (or man's rights and
5 injustice I recall his early
M n iMinsI McCarthyism.
SfflteMH one against Soviet
JJsKjtron Of Russian Jewry.
I f| that thinking rospon-
2 b.infl disagreeable, or with-
,* df^nding to ad hominem
irgurnents.
tj ft r Rabin Kronishs column
.harp!'- criticiiing our policy and.
icier, in Vietnam, I can agree
LfUl of his basic assumptions.
|bu; do' lith his conclusions.
I concur with Rabbi Kronish1
r ... | irganized killing are
bunori uncivillMd and repre-
] every standpoint
L | concur thai wo. as a nation.
,h.... ^thing possible to
i n c in a war, we
thii t possible to
otiated peace.
I c tegree h Rabbi Kronishs
incomplete state
,iim situation it
i point "in the
in hi American
Nmth and South
at war, unwel
...ii to defend our
- against pro\
i a ression, nibver
ism We have no
\\ or has Rabbi
ii else suggested
w. : utal and barbaric
.ubi telf-destructive
: a.ii bj lurrender-
in, >ucb as the ag-
Hitler, Hirohito, or
am.
Evt- Pop* Paul VI, speaking
to tr. National Commanders of
th Jewish War Veterans and
the C a t h o I i s War Veterans,
txprt-.ied the hope for peace,
but -.net with justice.
" lenl has publicly pro
|('' uillingness to nego-
It bul not peace based
I"' surrender in ad
11
rind half truths in our
I1 reports on Vietnam
fortunately, in the
I unins
I c -.agree Mi Rabbi Kronishs
American forces
tted barbarisms" in
and that these are com
Nazi barbarisms
nil is that every effort
and is being made by
forces to avoid civilian
in both South and
letnara Some are unavoid-
peciall) in view of the
habit of using innocent
as shields and camou-
few bombing errors in
aim and calculation regrettably
have been made, but these are not
typical of the American defensive
effort.
Targets in North Vietnam,
each carefully selected, are
known military installations or
facilities that Hanoi needs in its
effort to support the Viet Cong
In the Republic of Vietnam (e.g.,
bridges, rail lines, highways,
trucks and trains). No civilian
installations, including hospitals
and sanatorium*, are selected
as targets, nor has U.S. aircraft
bombed any building marked in
the internationally accepted
manner.
Rabbi Kronish says nothing of
North Vietnamese or Communist
Viet Cong terror, murder and at
tack. In 1960, Communist terror
ists assassinated or kidnapped over
3.000 South Vietnamese Death
came by knife, by pistol shots in
homes in the middle of the night,
by snipers' bullets in the field, by
bombs, by savage beatings, and by
protracted and ruthless torture.
And those who were kidnapped
, were seldom seen again.
Since 1962. more than 3.500 sep .
arate acts of terrorism, armed at-;
tack, and sabotage have occurred, i
In 1964 alone. 436 local officials
were murdered; over 1,100 other
, officials were taken by kidnapping
! to an unknown fate; 1.359 other
: civilians were murdered; and an-
I other 8,400 were kidnapped by the
] Viet Cong. Over 11,000 innocent
humans in all have been murdered
] or dragged away from their fam-
ilies and homes to capture, forced
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Friday, November 26, 1951

Leading Greater Miamians Will Attend
A JCommittee Tribute to Dr. Narot Sunday
Membership of the American
sh Committee will gather Sun
i\ o\ eninfl to honor Dr. Joseph
NarOl for his distinguished
,c in advancing the cause of
rtmran relation*."
Th<> will <*' Joined by citizens
r. ugboul Dada County in paying
tribute to Dr. Narot, rabbi of
emple Israel and vice president
the Creator Miami Chapter of
i Committee
Among special guests will be
.ames L. Duncan, Suffragan
Bishop of Episcopal Diacese of
South Florida; John C. Harrison,
a vice president of the Cwtniw-
--ity Relations Board and past
: resident of the Rotary Club of
rtiami: and the Rev. Theodore
?. Gibson, past president of the
ocal Chapter of the NAACP.
Tribute will alao be paid by
id B Fireman, honorary presi-
oi the Greater Miami Chap-
and vice president of the
i iter Miami Jewish Federa-
AJvin Caasel, vice president of
chapter and pre.-iden' of the
mmic Opportunity Program of
County, is chairman of the
event. Cassel has announced that
award will be given by Philip
E Hoffman, chairman of the
Board of Governors of A.IC's na-
.il organization, who has long
been an outstanding leader of the
.!< wish community in Newark.
N I as well as in national organ- |
i.'.itions.
Hoffman was a member of the
AJC delegation that visited with
Pope Paul VI at the Vatican to
diacuaa Jewish-Catholic relations
..- npneaaed in the decree paaaed
at the Ecumenical Council.
His remarks are scheduled to
nle his experiences as part of
i a' delegation, a< well as pro-
j< cling the ongoing programs of
mmittec related to impu-
tation of the Catholic decree
It ii alao anticipated that he i
will discuss findings of re-
cent AJC studies related to dis-
mination in the "Executive
e" of American businesi and
>try. and the expanded com
munity service program of Amer-
ican Jewish Committee in Latin
America
A monologue and selection of
songs from "Fiddler on the
Roof" will be presented by Can-
tor Jacob Bornstein, of Temple
Israel, and the evening will In-
clude dancing with Lenny Daw-
son and his orchestra.
Mrs Charles II Fmkcl-tein.
president Of the Greater Miami
Chapter, has announced that the
Dinner Committee, in addition to
Chairman Alvin CaseaL will in-
clude Mr and Mrs David P Cats-
man. Mr and Mrs Eliot Dan
Ml tod Mrs Anon Parr. Mr and
Mrs David B Fleeman, Mr and
Mrs Aaron Foosaner Mr and
Mrs Lain Friedman. Dr and Mrs
Morton Halpern, Mr and Mrs
Gerald (Catcher, Dr an I Mrs Mil-
ton Leaser, Dr and Mrs Simon
Markovich, Mrs Alan Robinson,
Dr and Mrs Ira Rothfield. Mr
and Mrs Robert 1 Shapiro. Dr
and Mrs Leonard Silverman. Mr
and Mrs Kenneth Treister. Mr
and Mrs. Stanley Watts, Mr. and
Mrs Melyn B. Frumkes. Mrs. M.
A Raskin. Mrs. Charles Rebel.
Ner Tamid Mapping Concert
Mrs. fimkelittin
Or. Nerot
Hy Posner has been named
chairman of the seventh annual
concert of Temple Ner Tamid to
be held Saturday evening. Jan. 8.
in the main sanctuary of the tern
pie Mrs. F erne Schwartz is in
charge of tickets
Committee members are Joseph
Albert. Mrs Fred Beck man. Mrs
Martin Borkan. Mrs William Car-
mel. Hyman Cleon. Morris Cohen.
Jacob Kdwab. Aaron Eisenstein.
Herman Prank. Sol Frankel. Mrs
Pauline Friedman. Michael Glazier.
Mrs Louis Gold. AdOlph Green
baum. Mrs Betty Grcetiberg. Sam
Greenfield, Dr Michael Herwitz,
Morris Hinden
Harry Jawitz. Joseph Kahn. I.,,,..
is Kaplan. Herbert Kaplan. Abra-
ham Kroll, Meyer Leshen, Han.
Liebcrman. Mrs. Murray Mill,
Morris Miretzky. I/uiis Pearl. Dati
l'ner, Paul Press, Hy Posner, Mrs
Frederick Propper. Max Raskin
D. Dale Regent. Mitchell Rein,,
Julius Resnick. Albert V Roa
berg. Abe Rosenstein. Mrs | ,
Schwartz.
Harry Sherman, Joseph S
man. Milton Singer. Irvine I
spear Judge Louis il Stal
Louis Suchman. Mrs. Sadie 1
Mrs Lawrence Weaton, Mi -
ley Wilner. Moses Woll a
seph /eman
Cotsef
Hoffman
Mrs .lack Crown. Mrs Edward
Cohen, Mrs Burton B. Goldstein.
Mrs Hortense LaGuette
U.S. Worker is Fired for Refusing
To Sign Anti-Israel Pact in Libya
Continued from Page 1-A
to manage facilities at Wheelus
Air Force base in Libya. When
he arrived t the European Ex-
change headquarters in Nurem-
berg, Germany, en route to his
Libyan assignment, Mr. Hunt
was ordered, for the first time,
to sign a Libyan visa application
containing a discriminatory
clause. The application included
a statement that "I know that, in
case of obtaining an Israeli visa,
my visa to Libya will be con-
sidered invalid."
Mr Hunt, a Roman Catholic, in
formed his superiors thai he could
not conscientiousl) sign an anti-
Israeli declaration He felt that
an American citizen should be able
to work at an American base an>
where in the world without coin
mining himself not to visit the
State ol i-iael Due to my deep
religious convictions concerning
the Hebrew faith and its people. I
can not in conscience sign any
itati men! contrary to my belie'
he told the Defense Department
Mr Hunt was notified bj Brig
Gen John D limes, oeMrnandtag
general of the European is Ex
change System, that he was fired
Mr. Hunt had to pay his own
return transportation from Ger-
many to the United States. The
U.S. Exchange Service deducted
from his final pay the cost of
transporting him to Germeny en
route to Libya.
After the protest, the Defense
| Department acted to reinstate Mr
1 Hunt with reimbursement of
' hack pay and travel expenses, but
sent someone else to the job at
Wheelus Air Force base.
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1
Consecration of first grade Hebrew School Stu-
dents at Temple M e n o r a h took place at the
Saturday morning service. Some 50 students par-
ticipated in a ceremony under the supervision
ot Herzl Honor, director of the Religious School,
and Mrs. Nathan Robinowitz. Aleph Class teach-
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz conferred the oath
ot consecration. The parents participatniq in the
consecration services were ns follows: Mt. and
Mrs. Julio Bazyler, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bohar, Mr.
; Mir.. Aaron Drachman. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gcr-
finkel. Mr. and Mrs. Salomon Jove, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Jurkowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kasdin, Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Kaufman, Mi. and Mrs. Jose Ker-
bel, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kestenman, Mr. and
Mrs. Uberto Oivieto, Mrs. Claire Simms. Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Sztylerman, Dr. and Mrs. Herbert
Talisman, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Terner, Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Willner. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Weiner,
Mr. and Mis. William Carter. Dr. and Mrs. Isaac
Chervcny, Mrs. Sylvia Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. Ja-
cob Goldstein. Mr. end Mrs. Nat Golzbein, Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Jacobson, Mrs. Sarita Kainen, Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Kerner. Mr. and Mrs. William Laze:
nick. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meltzer, Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Opper. M:
and Mrs. Allen Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Reich. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rubin. Mr. and Mrs.
Irvinq Simson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Solomon, Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Spear, Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Stein, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Wai-
ter Wittenberg.
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among the maanbership ol 11- Hi-
tadrul Committee under the
chairmanship "f Abraham Rovin
iky, Rabbi Kronish declared.
A gathering was recently spon
sored by Mr. and Mrs Rovinsky
to launch the new Trade School
protect, where Prof Edward J.
Fox, chairman of the Market-
ing Department at the Univer-
sity of Miami, spoke on the eco-
nomic and industrial situation in
Israel.
The Immii rant youth i I Israel
wil be offered courses in electron
les, eleel '

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State Department Rebuffs Charges
Continued from Page 1-A
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l, ;,,,, re Program in Surgery
-, .. 2 thi iugh Dec 4
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man of the pro ram, said thai an
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Friday. November 26 1965
Temple Beth Sholom to Celebrate
23rd Anniversary With Series of Events
Temple Ner Tamid Junior Choir under the di-
rection of Cantor Edward Klein officiated
for the first time this season Friday evening
at late services, at 8:15 p.m. Children of the
rhoir participated in connection with the
late services and sing selections in honor of
the forthcoming month of Kislev. Left to right
(front row| are Michael Wolland, Gail Kauf-
man, Steven Miller, Idalyn Finkel, Jerry Gelb.
Rear are Judy Prichason, Bradley Reese,
Frank Wolland, Cantor Klein, Janet H. Rach-
man, and Sam Blum. Not shown are Liza
Brezlaw, Roberta Gordon, and Robert Miller.
temple B< th Sholom f Miami
,ill celebrate its 23rd an-
rsarj Um weekend of Dec 17
(.. i ,l maxed bj a dinner dance at the
Americana Hotel
James Albert, immediate past
n sidenl <>i the Liberal congrega
, i ij .,, cepted the position of
ral dinner chairman, accord
.i in current pn sident, Louis F
Snetman.
Ul < rl named James Knopke u
ngementa chairman for the
dinner dance, a S23-a-couple af-
nr at which dross will be option-
al
A to piece orchestra ha* been
arranged for the anniversary
event, which will be preceded by a
cocktail reception, also at the
Americana.
Snetman said the 23rd anni-
versary weekend "will be a
significant one in the history of
Beth Sholom, for it will mark
the dedication of many of the
facilities which have permitted
us to arrive at th* successful
stage of physical, religious, edu-
cational and cultural develop-
ment exactly 13 years af.,r 00r
overall development pr: Kam
was launched."
With more than KM)
Temple Beth Sholon has
nitii n in l
i ovement under the
leadership of Rabfa
He i- current!) ,.
' or vice president
nc es, m,
Israel Bond Hists Irut
educational and i
the Reform moven
An invitation has been >
to the national prtjtidi ni
Cultural Conferenoi oi \
Rabbis to speak at
Sabbath services on !>
bert said, with tht
Rabbi Jacob Weinstein
tills week
Seacoast lowers Club
Seacoast Towi rs Mi
scheduled a Thank .
ner at ti 45 p.m Thuxs
Casanova itoom of the i
lintel Sam l' ^^^/VvN(VVVVVVA^i^A AJComm. Reports on Texts
Continued from Paqe 1-A
; clashes faith and they refer
- more in terms of
ethn national identity than
- lei titj Where doc-
- are I
nd to be more
toward other J< wish
in of Christ;.
Th* study, made by Dr.
Bernard Weinryb and Dr. Dan-
iel Carni.-k at Dropsie College,
s thi-d in a series on the maior
faith -jrouns, stimulated by the
Cornm-ttee for many years. Dr.
Bernard Olion made a survey
of P.otestant texts at Yale Di-
- ry School Rev T. P. M.ahar
mad* a study of Catholic mat-
erials at St. Louis University.
Those studies have already
brought significant revisions of
teaching materials.
T).' Dropsie study examim
san 220 items to determine
the extent of i n t e r g r o u p
and i n t r a g i o u p c o n tent
Data were scored as prejudiced,
ti prejudiced or neutral Th<
samples came from mat* r
published b) more than 40 groups
including Orthodox I onsen ative
I Reform < ducation units. Vi,i.
dish, Zionist and independent pub
hshei's. central communit) groups
and Jew ish edu< ation bun I
The authors found ti
bias
but noted repeated on
.....- il | : -i i il n and of
Uoi lews to tl
mm ties TI
en 11 ther
prejudiced nor anti pi. j.idled
Occa sionally biasi d statements
to bi hisl 'i ical. castigating
former oi > nti mporarj persecu-
tors Most of the negative refer-
ences to Other groups are found
in stories by popular Yiddish writ-
ers, reflecting the attitudes of op-
*J

%*
pressed European Jews of their
time
when Christianit) Is treated in
ie< ular ; mis. SUch as de
scriptions of punitive legislation
imposed on Jews under Church
the image of the Church
as ; r is In the material
when i hristiantt) is i red
faith ral tone is
lacking in hositUity. Most put)
isners I ften the in
. oppre isors b)
citirt i
men and clerics who sheltered or
The study found that ideolo-
gical and ethnic differences
among Jews have faded because
of the impact of the Hi.ter per-
iod and the rise of American-
born generations. Thre-fourths
of all Jews new alive in the
United States were born in the
United States.
In cases Of bias, there is mure
nl it in dealing with other Jewish
groups than with non Jewish ones
Orthodox Jews are highl) critical
Of modifications of traditional
Judaism and accuse other Jews of
assimilation, UTeligiousneSa and
even moral dishonesty
A campaign to end discrimina
tion against Jews in management
posts m the Philadelphia area will
be launched bj the Pennsylvania
state conference of the American
Jewish Committee The state
group made the decision in its
tuo da; session tins week
The conference cited a sur-
vey of Jews in banking execu-
tive positions in 1961 which
showed that about one and a
half percent of the 1,028 officers
of the city's major commercial
banks were Jews. A suivey last
summer showed similar data
en life and fire casualty firms
in the area.
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of i
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Third Annual Beth David Patrons
Dinner Scheduled to be Held Here Dec. 4
i-ers of the Dinner Committee for the Greater Mi-
. cw Academy testimonial to Mr. and Mrs. H
on Jan. 9 at the DcauviHe Hotel are bottom row (left to
M trtin G^net Leonard Rosen Louis Merwitzet, Samuel
nd. Oscar Mamber. Sam Goldstein and Oscar Sha-
lop row (left to right) are Cari Btandes. Joseph Gonshoi,
I Mackovsky. Benjamin Appel. Julius Sandi, Irving
iuf, Alex Miller, Dr. Louis Bunim. Jerome Bienenfeld.
: ns Dubler. George Kimmel and Hyman Kolko. The group
rl the Academy to organize a ticket-selling campaign
nnual, SlOOa-couple testimonial dinner.
Academy Dinner Plans Unfolding
Miami Beach Civic and
t> leaders Wednesday were
.,.-. ciate chairmen of the
rtolai ship dinner ol
i Miami H i re Acad
id (i Jan 9 .it the Dean
; .i-t pn sidenl <>i
Academy; Jack S
n of thi' Execu-
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-i.iri B ". i Organ
h Rifkin leader in num-
;i and Jew ish causi
assignment frni Gen
hairtnan, Leonard Ro
RoMfl 'io announced the se-
- of Jack A. Cantor, Flor-
co-chairman for Yeshiva
ve-.iiy, anj Joseph Cohen,
>t of the b.ifju of Jew-
ucat.on, as co-chairmen
i\"a couple function
will honor Mr and Mrs.
. Si .-ct.
Former Beach Councilman Wol-
fie <"ohcn was named as co-chair-
: ..in ol the national honorarj din
iM in m i\< wnh Mayor Elliott
velt. national chairman.
I ouia Met vt itzi r pres ident. and
Ra A ia. :. ler S i Iross pnnci-
I i told .i meeting ol the dinner
mmitti this week that
lota nroll.....the Hebrew
\ j pass the 500
nor to the di
"This historic achievement
makes it a necessity that we
reach our goal of 1,800 persons.
Already we are past the 450
mark, and our committee is
til ahead of any previous din-
ner at tins date," Rosen said.
r praised tl
fkin
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*Jmi*t> Oerkmrnfi
Friday, November BS, 1965
CJFWF Board
Names Lefrourt
To New Te :*!n
i i oi Miami,
the Greater Mi
;,mi Jew has been
nan* : term on
of the
- and
Welfare Funds announce
t was ii recent con
tion ol the CJFVl V tu Id in Mon
treal
Lefcourt, .1 partner i". the firm
of Webei. 'i hompao 1 and 1 I
eourt, Certified Public Account
ants, nerved a- preaMenl of the
Jewish Kederation here and is a
form< r PfTairmnn of the Kedera
tion budgel committee
He 1- a trustee of Cedar* <>i
l^banon Hospital, past trustee of
mi Sinai Hospital, and past
Met' president of lioth David Con
gragation, where he is now a
member ol the board
1, [court is a member of the
American Institute and the Florida
Institute ol Certified Public Ac
countants
B'nai Raphael
Forms Club
\ rallis \ 1\ fillin and
Club have b* I -it Con-
with the

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sen ice,
II l> for
for Bar or
those who I
or Bas
Miami Beach Mayor Elliott Roosevelt (right) presents the "Vol-
unteer ol Valor Award to Herbert "Pinky" Schiffman. pres-
ident of the Hotel Employees Union. Local 255, "for his dis-
tinguished public service in behalf of Variety Children's Hos-
pital." The ceremony marked the highlight of a testimonial
luncheon in Sc hiifman's honor at the Eden Roc Hotel attended
by 700 top civic, government and labor officials.
Rabbinical Assn. Urges Jews Refrain
From 'Hew Year' Celebrations Dec. 31
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ted at the luncheon, and hon-
ored staff members who have
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on Not !!>. 1961.
Administrator S. K. Bronstein
Mid that "nearly 29.000 patients
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k-nlstlhrHtor
Page 11-A
ongressmen Warn LBJ on Egypt
Ct-'inu*d from Pg 1 A
re attached. The Senator
that the President link
_ypt with some manner
. ontrol. According to Sen
IS policy in the Mid-
has led Egypt and other
s "to infer that their at
aid Knaland. Israel, and
other proWestern govemmfenla
was a matter f Indifference to
ill"
Sn. Abraham Ribicoff. Con-
necticut Democrat, warned of
a continuiiri Egyptian military
build-up for a "genocidal war
against Israel. If we make a re-
sumption of our aid conditional
on the fulfillment of Egypt's
commitment under the UN char-
ter to negotiate a settlement
with her neighbors, to stop this
exhausting arms build-up toward
the military ultimate, then we
may be able to effect a lasting
peace," the Senator said. He
stressed that Nasser cannot ob-
tain his food requirements from
any nation except the United
States and this provides a
chance to demand conditions.
Rep. Benjamin S Rosenthal, New
York Democrat, in a letter to the
President, noted that Congress
this year voted to ban all assist
ance to Egypt unless the President
finds such aide is in the national
interest of the I'nited States. The
Congressman said Nasser's poli-
cies have been "inimical to our
policies
Rep. Leonard Farbstein, New
York Democrat, urged Secretary
of State Rusk to attach a require-
ment that Egypt initiate peace
talks with Israel as the price for
esumption of United States aid
The Congressman, a member of
the House Foreign Affairs commit
tee. said Congress has taken a
firm stand on aid to Egypt and
that the State Department has
shown no compelling reason for re
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9&I.
9
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i an ,,t ill.- W k
TEMPLE ZION 8^>0 Miller Rd Con
servative. Rabbi Alfred Wasman.

riFERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N. Miami
0 <,,,., hooted *f3 ;,
I snl irdn. 9 a.* tarsac*
v.
YOUNO ISRAEL. MO N 1TMIit
Orthodos. Rabbi Sherwir Stauber
ACUDATH ACHIM. Lombardy H artel,
306 Collins Ave. Orthodox.
Kn.i.i> i'in Baturdaj % tk.m Minoba
i 10 p in.
---------
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 90S SW 67th Ave Oorthodox.
Canter Israel Kershner.
----
AtUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever
Fri.lav :. i p in Baturdaj tM a.m. !
mm-iooti Thr First Kiiiiwite of Anti- |
viniMii in <-..ii.-m* and its Solution |
Mr and Mrs. IW-njamln lhjkel will
bo*i the Kt.ldush in honor of DasWl
grandson Mincha i:15 i> m
ETH DAVID. 2*25 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
ervatlve. RaBtoi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W. L'Pn.
>Ti-iav l:lt i> m Barmoa: "Tha. Myth|
ol the BesMUaaljC ii** ff'wvah*",
Abb v. daughter of I>r an.l Mrs JO-
ae|.h Pomeranee Baturdaj : m
Har Mltxvah OreCS, aotl "f Mr IM
Mr- Stanley S|iirl.r
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
prlda] :16 |. m Baturdaj :80 av.ni
Harmon "Bleaalnars Deaarvo Thanke-
arivlns Mlni'hH S p m
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wain.
Prida) 5:10 p.m Saturday i in Ber-
moi 'The Chain Extends Bai
Mltivan Ruaaell, aon of Mr and Mr-
Hyi an P Q ilbul
----------
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
a> : -, p rn Raturdaj
Bern Thankjqrtvlrm Ihi Sjilrll
----
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari.
i is |. in <: Hai i v
\ Si nd< n
, .. the
Mr and Mr* S uhan
K i toi h II hoet Hi- i >ni R -
Mrs Ma v
.sh. Sal i >" Bern x
I ii Mill-
.. Mi Mrs
Mo **<
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BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy Conservative
Rabbi Richard Marcovitr. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes.
.1.,. ,.i.. Baaau and
CANDlELIGHTiNG TIME
2 Klslev 5:09 pan.
AMI. 1242 Washington Ave. Ortho- i
dox. Rabbi Oov Roiencweig.
FLAOLER GRANADA. SO NW 5Ht i
PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
Pl-Ma) I:1S |..oi Wiw "J"> j
I.iff." Ones WsaJ'i'ai Ro*te and Mrs Samuel Hollander in honorI
of th^r 16th v.-i.iiiu5 annlvaraarj I
Baturdaj I 10 Junior Congrac**
tion n i in Mincha 5:10 p m
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1001
0. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi I
Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome
Klement.
FT. LAUDERDALE JEWISH CEN-
TER. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Conservative. Charles Dickson. pres-
ident. Dr. Jack L. Morris, cantor.
Batui da i .i in
a m Berm"ii
i .i .li Ichl
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. HID Ml-
ami Gardens Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi
Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Louis
Goodman.
Prlttej ""i Bhabbat aervt. I IS p.m.
BernMMi Thank- for Olvlna- bat-
ltrda> a m Sermon W.i- .1... ol. ..
Deceiver?" Mineha r >.m
TEMPLE ADATh'yESHURUN. Cen: ,
servative. 1025 NE 103rd St., Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Stone.
Cantor Maurice Neu.

Bermon
1545 Jefferson
Cantor Saul H.
BETH RAPHAEL
Ave Conservative
Breeh.
K- |:i p.i Saturdaj i. i in
--------
BETH TFILAH. 35 Euclid Ave. Or
thodox Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
--- --
BETH TORAH 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renaer.
i nd :.' p in Baa Mill
K i I Ian
1,, ;. ;
M Kei : ii of Ml
Mr- low pi Ri -- Mlrhai ol M
Hn-l Mi Stan rdman Mil
Iivah Konnle, aon '
Mj and Mr- Roj Uawn

B'NAi RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
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CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF Ml-
Prldaj I l"' p in
----
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
PYlda) "> IS i'in baturdaj I a.m Mln
cha p.m
--------
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
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HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER 8th
St.. Momestead. Conservative.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St Conservative Cantor Louis
Cohen.
Frldai 1:11 p m
- i in Mini ha p.m
e
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H Stern.
p m Baturdaj a-i
s. rmon Juda > rlatlanli
-----a
KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfieid
Cantor Abraham Seif.
i. p.m Baturdai i.n
.....i. n i I 'i. i- '..- Ha I M 'r
s..ii ..I Mr ..ii.l Mr> \\ ii
[in ii. I Her
-----a
LUBAVITCHER MlNYAN. 800 Wash
ington Ave Orthodox Rabbi Aura
ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field.
a -
MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM 1544
Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
----e
MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
a
OHEV SHALOM. 11 Normandy Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
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SEPHARDIC JEWiSH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave Rev Cantor Sadi Nan-
mias-
ncha p.m Kalurda
Frldaj :. IS and I 15 p.w s.-rmon
"Thmakaclvlni !>.' al i Cuban n-i >
eee Center." Saturday 7|14 a.m. and
.Vis |. m.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5050 S. Kendall
Dr- So. Miami, flsjerm. Rat
Herbert Baunigard.
rt-tda) 'I11 l1'" Bermon: "The He-
male Roota ol Ajnerlcaa Damocracj
Baturdaj 11:11 !<" Mltavnh
Norman, wn of !> and Mrs Morton
Axler; Robert, aon of Mr anil Mrs
jack Oreen
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Prldaj I '" p.m it Jaff* wlW report
on L'AHC biennial Baturdaj u a in
lt:ir Mltsvah: Roben J auti ol Mr
i: .i Mr- Edward 11 Kan
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstructions. Rabbi
Morris Skop.
Ki-i.i.n 8:|! u in S. rin- n -" limn
OUl to th, Brk< He irted, rt I i
lions "ii Ihe l'armouth Caatle uragedj
10 .i iii 11 I
r.ni.ui iel Mandel will offi
llturfj on eatabl "limenl < Is
Mlti ah Ml h .- son ol Mi
and Mr~ \ II n n daon of
\^ .hi I Mrs Ban Harm
a
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1T25 Monroe St Conservative.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er-
nest Sterner.
- a
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chase
Ave. Libe-al Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor David Conviser
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION TOLBOOT
Isaac bosses Jacob, whose arms are wrapped in the skims
of goats
And his father Isaac said unto him: Come near now. and
kiss me. my son' And he smelled the smell of his rai-
ment, and blessed him" (Gen. 27:26-27
TOCeOOT Like Sarah. Rebekah at first was barren. Alter
Isaac prayed to God on her behalf, one bore twin boys. Esau and
Jacob Esau K"w up a hunter. Jacob an upright dweller intents
One day. Esau- returned from the field vfrrt'Iftrrrprr. <**
dainfulry sold his "elder son" birthright to Jacob for a pot of
lentil soup. ....
Isaac was old and blind and likely to die soon He called
Esau and instructed him to prepare Isaacs favorite dishes, that
he might bless him before his death However. Rebekah. who
favored Jacob for his superior merits, arranged for Jacob to se-
cure his fathers coveted blessing instead of his elder brother.
Fearing Esau > revenge, and anxious lest Jacob marry < *naan-
ite woman, his mother sent him to her brother laban. who lived
in I'adan-Aram.
Before leaving. Jacob received Isaacs blessing, the continu-
ation of Gods original blessing to Abraham that he and his
Md would inherit the land of I'anaan Isaac bade Jacob marry
one of his uncle Laban's daughter!
This recounting of th. Waefcly Portion of rha Law Is ex-
tracted and bated upon "The Graphic History of tha Jowish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-T*amir, $15 Publisher it
Shenaold, and the volume it available ot 27 William St.. New
York 5, N.Y. Pratident of tha tociaty distributing the volumo
it Joseph Schlang.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
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m
Israeli Class
I>< you know that our pt>ople
km.w now to make glassware for
some three-thousand year-'
In that pisriod, we hud Rood
neighbors the I'howiccians. Our
forefathers lived with them in
peace and learned many things
from them; among others, also temple juoea 320 Palermo Ave.
how to make glass.
The fundamental material in
the making of glass is th special
sand glass sand that is found
in our country in abundance. In
the Great Machtesh (depression!
in the Negev, this kind of sand is
found in very great quantities
In Dimona in the Negev, on
the road from Beershelia to
Sodom, is a factor) for the clean
ing of the sand, and scores of
families make a livelihood from
it
The glass industry in the coun-
livelihood to man>
kei s It also saves thi >untry
I
(Published by Brith Ivrifh Olamitht
By DR MAX LIPSCHITZ
Beth Torah Congregation
The recent self immolation of
the two pacifists calls for a State
mei.t from a religious leader 1-est
it appear that
the following re-
marks are sacri
legious to then
memories, may 1
a> at the outset
that I respect the
loftiness and no
bilitj f their
ideals
rVe can not
help hut admire
the intensity of
their coin let ion-.
then deep con
cei n for the
p e a C e of the
world and (or
the lives of the innocent in \ let
Nam as well as for the M)0 Amer
leans who have been killed in
Viet Nam since 1961
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per.
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Mltti ah Mara RoN -..i of Ml
and Mrs Melrtn II in laon
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C- nservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
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Destroying God's Image
We dare not eradicate with glib
Statement! either their acts or that
which motivated them to give
their lives.
On the other hand. God forbid
that we should condone such ml
cidal acts even for the most noble
ol causes
Fii ts Quakers and Catholics,
hich these two
believii thai i
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and smil are ;
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would-be sacrifice of jfl
Isaac b) his father
teaches us that when the ..x.j
stayed 'Abraham's hand. He
meant to impart to us the prohibi
tion of human sacrifices, even for
religious principles We are for
hidden to offer our own bodies
a- well as others as sacrifices, eve
on the Altar of (iod
Essence of Martyrdom
Second, what shout their be
leaved families wives and chil
dreii Did not one of the pacifists
ine, are in destro) the life of hi*
own daughtel What BbOUt the
rj and suffering tin ir deaths
have caused the survivor^ '
Third, what about the cause I
peace tO which the) could ha
continued to devote their lives
How much more noble, had th>
so believed, to continue to agit
a- vigorousl) as possible for iw
gotiations in Viet Nam"
We. as Jews, take great pi
in ihe courage of all martyrs. Jew
ish and non Jewish Many I
made the supreme ^iiUr'a int-
er than to violate tl, | .,., aa]
or political pxinciples r( thrs
committed suicide, even '
thev weie aware ol the i:..; i.
mg tortures and physical penecu
lions
Tin case ot the self-immolatioi
of mn American pacifi-ts i> out p
extri Ktresnisrn often bore
on Ihe psychotic \ sj
on Ih problem of suicide wa-
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26, 1965
knltt ffrridHun
Page 13-A
B-G Conducts New Knesset Session
i
Wins
s. Range
i r n e y Irwin G.
Bted Mrs. Athalie
fl lu.sday for the
Vice Mayor Alice
the Miami City
\ 11 t o r y found
\*.1h 1 Mrs Range
ro contender
-iniiff here.
leraoni turned
,Mills, making
i runoff elec-
. was even higher
Miamians who
as) week for
Cor'mued from Page 1-A
dent Shazar's entry into the House.
after being greeted by a fa
nd by ;i guard of honor outside
the building In hla address, Presi-
lent Shazar noted that this wag
the first time he had ever inaugu-
rated a new Knesset. He recalled
hat the recent elections, which
had passed without serious in
c.dent. had proven again "the mat-
urity of Israel's voters."
After the election of the Speaker
and his deputies. Prime Minister
Eshkol announced that the entire
Cabinet had presented its collec-
tive resignation trP'W'^QJi d n t
-.ha/.ii at a separate cenmonr in
the home of the President The
'resnTri'athuTr1wrw.veT. is a mere
formality, since the Cabinet will
remain as a caretaker government
until a new government is formed
and presented to the Knesset for
its approval
Attending the openina s,->Mim
Sunday were numbers of all pre-
vioua parliaments, executives of
the Jewish Agency, i>r Vera Weii
mann and Mrs Rachel Ben-Zvi,
willows, respectively, of Israel's
first and second Presidents, for
sign diplomats residing m Jem
-alem. members of the outgoing
Cabinet. if staff of Israel's defense forces.
Scholar
toocker
,r. noted
will address i
Hahistrad
\ evenini
w ashington
disi
rtuence on
ent, conipar
in Nracl
of Hollywood,
Yomi Com
! conducted
David Freedman
|N TIMES
)F SORROW
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FLOWER*. AM WHIRS
itic Garoftts
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DOD FT. IAUDERDAIE
FR 1 7398
Mesivta Dinner
Dec. 12 Will
Honor Beachites
\lr .ni'1 Mr- Chai les KV.!> Mi
,mi B< acl residents for the :
u %,...: ill b. 'f honor
_ tl -.i fifth annual scholar-
ship dinner to he held Sundaj Di c
12, .it I he '' mtainebleau Hotel
Hj man Galbut, -< run. is
., i| dinner committi i
mnounccd ih.d Mrs Samuel
l \t, and Mr- Max
I'ohcn Chicagi
mored
Kalb 'luted philanthropist, is a
retired furrier He is .1 .
,,< mbcr i the Baitcher Sot ietj
., \, u Vork and one ol the found-
Temple Ahavas Sholom in
Brooklyn, N Y
Mrs Kalb is a Hadassah mem
., .,,,.1 i- identified with many
civic ami religious group- The
K.iiiis have two children, Mti
Kose Tyroler, "t New York, am
\h- Barnetl Quart, of Miami
Beach.
The Kalbs are active in Bonds
lor Nraei. Zionist Organitation
and various synagogues
The following will serve on the
irrangements committee tor the
dinner: chairm.ni. Louis Pollack;
O-Chairmen, Mrs. Murray Her
iithers are Rabbi .loiiah I'aplan.
\iie ChieL Mrs Milton Bhrenreich,
\iartm Genet, Henry Groudan,
ten Kadushln, Aaron l.auer, Oscar
Mam her
Max Sternstein, Mrs Bessie
Geltner, Marvin Lipman, I>r. I
Mak.nsk\ LOUIS Meyers. Hans
Rosenberg. Murray Rosenberg
Men Stern lien I Binder
Oscar Mamber. Sam Schachno.
Sam Schechter, J. Jerry Schech-
ter. Mr- S 1. Schwartl, Morris
Ualdman. Sam Waldnian. Mrs.
Sylvia /emel.
and other senior officials of the
iiovernmenl Minister of Justice
Dov Joseph, whom the Mapai-
Achdul Ovoda alignment excluded
from it- list of candidates in the
Nov 2 elections, was the onl> Cab-
inet member absent.
Meanwhile, Mr. Eshkol
warned here that he would re-
fuse to head the new Govern-
ment unless Minister of Finance
Pinhas Sapir revokes his threat
to step out of the Cabinet, and
stays on in hi* present post. Mr.
United Fund Goes
With $3,470,496 for
The United Fund of Dade
County went over the top in it-
1966 campaign Tuesday, when s:s
J70.41H) was announced at a vie
tory dinner at the K.verglade?
Hotel
William D Smger, campaign
chairman, said that the victory
figure represented 3.6 percent
over the 1965 goal of S3.35O.000.
Last year's total was S3.261.125.
or IQ0.2 percent of the S3.256.000
goal
Singer was p r e s e n t e d with a
silver tra> for his work as cam
paign chairman
Sapir's hesitance about holding
his portfolio again in the next
Cabinet is believed to be de-
pendent upon whether Mr. Esh-
kol would support him fully in
plans he has announced for
tough measures to halt further
increases in wages in Israel.
The Finance Minister has sub-
mitted to the Cabinet a program
calling for steps to balance Israel's
economy without devaluation of
the pound. Included among his
plans is an effort to eliminate Is-
Over the Top
3.6% Margin I
,lohn H. Halliburton, vice presi
'ent of flight operations for East-
rn Airlines, officially became
ampaign chairman for 1966 at
le Tuesday night victory dinner.
i-ael's trade deficit, by reducing it
it an average of $70.000.000 a
ear
Palmer
Memorials
*^ r^-
Federation Sets
Training Course
A leadership training course
! sponsored by Federation of Jew*
' ish Women has been scheduled for
Dec. 14 at Temple Israel and rep-
resentatives from all Women's or-
ganizations in Dade County are in-
\ited to attend.
Mrs Irving Wexler. of Coral
Gables, is chairman of the event,
which will -tart at ;{n a m and
last until 2 p.m.
Featured speakers and their sub-
;< ,N will be Molly Turner, How
;, Look Before Your Audiei 1
Mrs Sidne> Weintraub, "The Or
ganization and its Women;" Mrs
SI .1 nle> Myers, entary
. dure;' Mrs Dorothy K:
Public Speakit and Mrs
Henry Wernick, Human Rela-
tions."
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Scheduled Unveiling*
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1965
Mf. Sinai Cemetery
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RM>; Max Shapiro
JOSEPH BABAD, 2 p.m.
Rabbi S. T Su-irsl^
Jewish Section
Wood/awn Park Cemetery
MAX DREWICH, 2 p.m.
R^bhi Max Sliari"1
Mf. Nebo
ROBERT MOSES, 11 a.m.
Rabbi Sad Mahmia
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CANTOR SAUL H. BREEH
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Page 14-A
-Jenlsfi ffcrkUftr
Friday. November 26, 1965
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPR1N
Preparing U.S. Jewry for What's Coming
LJOW docs one
* > about
he task of pre
paring for the
Jewish com-
munity o f the
future" Ob\i
(Hisly the ques
ion has no sin-
gle answer. In
fact it is even questionable whe-
ther the question can be an-
swered at all. Surely no answer
will 1h' found until we find the
<> to an understanding of the
iraque pattern thai La the Jewish
community In the rnlted states.
A repetition of the platitudes that
Mve SO often in the past marked
the approach to the problem will
not do. nor "ill mere palliative-
alleviate the malady.
The American Jewish com-
munity in this age oi rapid
change is undergoing a trans-
formation thai is yet to be as-
MSSed. The community as we
knew it before the rise of l>ra 1 18
no more. A new generation has
nbx n over the land and much of
it. too much of it. is being lured
>> wilderness and precipice The
men anil women we have
raised are living in a point in
history where all of civilization is
facing the challenge of moral, po-
HJcal, economic, soeia] and relig-
ious change. The old rods for
measuring values have broken
down and the generation that is
to lead ua into the next century is
in quest for new paths.
How can we help them meet
the future, their Jewish future, if
we are dark in our own object
ive? It is not enough to say we
want to save our young from as-
similation, from absorption by
the mainstream Nor is it even
enough to offer them what in our
judgement are positive values for
survival In a world of changing
values few thinking people would
dare substitute their own values,
iv en though not fully tested in
the crucible of time, for the
time tested values of their elders.
What are the values of the cur
rent Jewish generation ot young
and how can we harness them in
our struggle for continuity".' They
are not disparate values the
youth harbors. Theirs is not a re-
volt against learning nor against
God. Their uprising is only
against that which they cannot
understand, which they have not
l>een taught to treasure Thev an
Strangers to Jewish essence, and
in their alienation thev become
prey to blandishments holding
other promise.
The Jewish youth, in the hum-
hie opinion of this writer, is sees
ing a path to our destiny, but only
on its own terms Our biggest
mistake may be in trying to show
them the way instead of permit
tin- them to chart the path.
It is a matter of record that all
major American Jewish organi-
zations are preoccupied with the
problem of saving the Jewish
youth for the future However,
the magnitude of the task is such
that it will not be met by frag-
mented action. What apparently
is required is massive, central-
ized concentration by veteran
Jewish leadership in coopera-
tion with committed young and
Jewish intellectuals on the cam-
puses of the colleges and univer-
sities of the land. A first begin-
ning might be a dialogue with the
young on the dais of their own
choosing
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
France Supplies Egypt With Arms
BvBOW that the national I
w tions in Israel are ovei and
the country has returned "back
to normalcy." the question ofj
security is again uppermost in
the minds of top Israeli leaders
Especially since France has
now joined the countries supply-
inn K:.M>t with modern weap-
ons. I'ntil now, France was the
chief supplier of military jets and supersonic in-
terceptors to Israel, while the Soviet I'nion has
been the prime supplier of military hardware
to Egypt.
Now Egypt will get warnlancs from both
countries, while Israel is not dealing with the
Soviet I'nion which is outspokenly on the side of
the Arabs Even before France had agreed to sell
modern warplanes to Egypt. Nasser had the up-
per hand over Israel in importing jets and bomb-
ers and surface-to air missiles and submarines.
According to information reaching the United
States. Egypt had imported during the past 10
years about 2(mi jet fighters, as compared with
Israel buying 100 such planes Egypl bad du
thi same period ..No Imported about loo tactual
bombers againsl Israels acquisition of 25 such
bombers
Israel has the upper hand over Egypt in su-
personic interceptors by acquiring during the
last lo years to such interceptors against Egypt's
BO, but Egypt has secured 25 intermediate range
bombers with Israel having DO such bomber- at
all. Egypt has also acquired in the course of the
last ten years ten times as many batteries of BUT-
lace-to-air missile, as Israel did And while Is-
rael seems to have no surface to surface miasileS,
Egypt has built about 250 such installations with
the help of German ciiginon
In submarines. Egypt has four times as many
as Israel, according to American information
Under such circumstances, it is no wonder that
Israel is on the alert, although all indications
point to the fact that Nasser, being not so popu-
lar now in the Arab world, as well as among his
own population, will not dare to start a war
against Israel for some time to come.
Today's Though/: By PR. SAMUEL SILVER
The Highly Revered Rabbi of the Canal Zone
rvQ YOU like
"*" your rabbi''
Perhaps you
didn't expect
that question
After all. a rab
hi is someone
you think of in
erms of respect
rather than af-
fection Habbis are
mired or revered.
Many, of course, are also liked.
Recently 1 met a rabbi who is
positively adored. His name is
Rabbi Nathan Witkin. and he
serves one of the most unusual
congregations in America.
People often jest that Rabbi
often
Witkin's parish is intercontinent-
al: it runs from the Atlantic
Ocean to the Pacific
That is a fact, because the good
rabbi serves the men in uniform
in the Canal Zone of the Isthmus
of Panama, and that sliver of
land joins the two oceans
For thirty years, this remark
able i at/u has ministered both to
men in uniform and to the Jewish
civilians of Panama. During
World War II he himself donned
uniform and served as a chaplain.
But, as soon as the war was
over, he went back to his Jewish
Welfare Board building in the
town of Halboa and continued to
spread sunshine in an area where
inspiration and reconciliation are
needed. The thousands of Ameri-
cans in the Army, Navy, and Air
Force located in Panama need a
"home away from home," and
they j;et it in Habbi Witkin's
chapel, in his lounge room, and
most of all. in his genial person-
ality. A thousand problems are
always dancing around in Rabbi
Witkin's head; these are the mat-
ters which concern the men in
uniform who take their troubles
to the rabbi.
The Jews of Panama also need
Rabbi Witkin, for often they are
without a rabbi of their own. At
weddings, baby blessings, holidays
and in times of sadness they
know they can turn to their friend
and spiritual counselor
Rabbi Witkin i< a walking ecu
menist Ordained by the late
sainted Rabbi Kook, chief rabbi
of Palestine, he is at home with
Orthodox or Liberal Jew i h
groups.
He is also at home in non Jew
ish circles Indeed, he is as adu-
lated by Christians as he is by
Jews. He has stamped upon the
minds of multitudes an image of
the Jew which redounds to the
benefit of each one of us. where-
ever we are.
Rabbi Nathan Witkin has sus-
tained personal sorrows, but he
has borne them with incredible
gallantry
By: MILTON FRIEDMAN
When The
Lights Just
Went Out
THE electrical
power black-
out has generat-
ed questions of
compelling in-1
terest to the na-
tion's rabbis,
ministers, psy-
chiatrists, a n d
BOCial scientists.
The I S National Institute oi
Mental Health, for -.stance,
would like to know if ie auto-
mated sge is iieipmu create
people like the late Daniel BurTOSp
the Jew Mho bfCSjBM lir. ,d lit
on of the New York Ku Kbu Klan.
Are push button 11 v ing and
push button thinking linked to
sick manifestations ol violence
and n i atlion?
it has been charged that mass
pressure, to conform the do
humanashsg megalopolis have pro-
duced an era that un ermines
human dignity and lit ulual
self-acceptance.
Is Burros, the sado-rnasochls-
tic rebel, I symptom ;' Ameri-
ca s dehumanising pr iperlty?
or does he symbolize the misfHa
among our rapidly-expanding
masses, the people for whom our
comfortable new socict> has pro-
vided no place-*
When the lights wen" out in
New York and other cttiee, the
enormity of individual helpless
ness was dramatized. i/jesUons
loomed that had not onl> psycho-
logical and sociological but also
theological implications
Will the computers led us why
an intelligent Jewish >..;ith be
came a Nazi and a Klansman? or
what motivated the religious zeal-
ot-, who burned themselves to
death, in the name of ;>eace. in
front of the Pentagon and the
United Nations headquarters?
There are some who without
consulting the computers, tell us
that individuals are crying out
for personal identity and reason
in an automated nation plagued
by revolutionary tensions .it
home and abroad
Dr Leonard J Dnht Chief of
Planning for the National Insti-
tute of Mental Health. hi warn-
ed that the individual and his CS
pacity for mental wholeness'
are gravely threatened ir. this na-
tion
Rabbis and theologians of all
faiths have noted Dr Duhl's re-
port to the White House Confer-
ence on Health. He *aid that
man's greatest challenge may bw
whether he can keep his identity
and his feeling of control Jver I119
destiny.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Jewish Voters Go Hard on Jewish Candidates
lobert I'ru e I.in lay's cam|
laWaWr. is a Jew. and IJndsay could
JEWS APPEAR to have done better
** in the elections in Israel than the
United States Mr Eshkol has scored
triumph in Israel, but Abe Beame.
theaP e m oc ra t i c nominee in Now
York. lost. However his opponent.
Mr. fjmdsav did no! win by I
majorjty: and Jews helped elect him.
Rob""11
ml
not have been elected without the Liberal Partj vote,
and a in,a percentage of the Liberal are Jews.
while jews generally support Jewish candidates as
pasmdeiits of iyi they are a bit wary of sup-
porTing them for politicsl jobs In a prt vioua election,
when the Republican candidate was Attorney General
Fefkowit/ the onh Astrlets he enrried were those of
non-Jews If any Jews desire to be electeil Mayor, the}
should leave New York and go to such places as Min-
neapolis or Fareo. so they will not be handicapped by
the Jewish vote
The fight in Israel between the Ben-Gurion and
Fshkol parties wa. fiercely waged. The walls every-
where were cover*! with posters of the various candi-
dates, each with his promises to the citizens Someone
remarked. Before an election, the walls talk to you;
after the election you talk to the walla tKayd zum
vant.)" The punch lies in the yiddish expression.
Ben-Gurion has taken his defeat hard. It's hard to
see .1 man, you yourself pushed forward defeating you.
11 American system seems to have been better,
After t .0 terms eight yean the head of the coun-
try retires George Washington found that eight years
wa- tOO much When he quit alter two terms, hi
greatly relieved to gel rid of politics h, raged about
the attacks made on him And the HgMs that went
on between Jefferson and Hamilton snare BO more
Bjentle To top it all. during JeaSBSSOa ssssa, the vice
prebid' :.! ol the United Estates Aaron Burr, had such a
bitter political feud with Hamilton as to lead to a duel
and the killing of Hamilton And 0 it continued The
hitter end between Andrew Jackson and John 1
houn left only one regret in Jackson that Qslhoun
had not been handed In more recent times, we know
of the criticism to which F I) I! was subjected, but
Roosev It could take it He grew onlv incensed when
they attacked his dog, Falla
Nothing is contemptible In politics, said Disraeli.
It's a rough game Its like war. but it's more BSSCHBBSg
When La Guardia ran for mayor against Jimmy Walk
er. Jimmy. who saw he was losing, would wind up every
speech with the statement Will Mr La Guardia tell
the people why lie left I'assaic''" The fact of the matter
was th it La Ouardsa had never bean In Pas
In Haifa. Abba Khou.shy SOSSns to have DO trouble
being perpetually raelectod Khan once called Ehosashj
"the world's best mayoi But Hi trashy is more Uk- .1
member of the family than a politician Beery masn-
mnd in his ear. and if he sees anyone
Uttering the streets he will bawl him out And be
has all the mothers rooting for him He made Motn
Hay 111 Haifa unique Usually, Mother's Day is
hia'i d bj t n ling Mother card with a beautiful poem
about how wonderful Mother is. Khoiuhv changed that
No peama to Mother Thai IS forbidden instead. Moliier
- out oi the Kitchen and is taken for a ride 111 auto-
mobiles wherever she wants to to. while l'apa is forced
to gel into the kitchen and do the work.
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26. 1965
ky\ls*fhrHlr*r
Page 15-A
'.S
Warned on Red Bigotry Claims
| from Paflt 1-A
,. thai remain arc
te for the needs
L,M,n soviet Jewi
I M Yiddish
L, been deprived of
| to. nearly 20 years.
Lge books," Sir Bar
[0li, has been mass-
.,1 b\ the Soviet au
0. the Soviet Union
the world outside
ere -tores of reports
l|,.i' each book was
1, ,. was another
, nvjvf announc
[7 ,vas In pre par.i
lthe Insignificant cdi-
j! | the nows was
fj -, ,, i press and
radio reports to the West for
weeks and months.
"In the tame way, tome prom-
ises of amelioration of restric-
tions on Jewish religious life in
the Moscow community have not
only been given conttant repiti-
tion, but have alto been present
ed at if they somehow applied
to the religious life of the whole
Soviet Jewith community
which, of course, they do not.
To add tubttance to all this,
Pravda noted, for the first time
in many years, a (Communist)
Party reference to the fact that
Lenin had condemned anti-
Semitism.
"The (act i- thai the Soviet Un-
ion is still the onlj country in
IHE KB... US I SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
M with this humorous slogan: "Your besl friei
I you need psychoanalysia ."
ii in letter of outrage to Principal Lee Aimer.
j in line with one of the current Communist
,te ihe idea that a large percenta erl-
ment. and that there should be legisli......
i\ in need of this treatment a waj into institu-
... students in their classrooms would ull
: to then- subconscious minds
f. tr thai paychoanalysis is Jewish, and
er of being committed oi
iprnational Zionist intrigue Tune was -Alien the
maoly harbored an institution
. -i eff< ctively previ nted once and foi all
:,, :. ,i | n ., Perhaps psycho-
. | \\ I ,.. the hospitf I has sii ed, who
;, \.,i; i .,. un -t Crusade, can nol
. James Hargis its mentor, lo whom even
ches of Christ is .i Communist
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Section B
AT HflM Of 1966 DIVISION CAMPAIGN
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'.and.
iltlVC
of the
Federation of Jewish W inei Or
il n pa pn tidenl of the
of thi Na
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arj of the
N
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: Beach oi '
Ihi li t ish Famil)
,: \\ hi. \\ hO
.'. rniei .i pad i
the Mian i Bea< li ;
<,>... Parent ^ssocia
lion ami on the Dade Count)
e PT.A
ired colum
lewi h Floridian, holds
Bacheloi
li iversity, la a past
president of the Mpha Epsilon
N.ard of pjaenraon of the Jrw^h phi Sororit) Association, and ii on
Federation here t"",al **rA nf ,h" soronty
*. iuh c. imam*
commtttae. bodgaH eommltlaa and
In honor "f the 59th wad
inniversarj of Mr J"(1 Mra
Morris B rook i, their children
Conrad DJuretta and Melodye
In vit fit over 200
fnen li and relatives to Join them
dui ng t- i.iI.in evening servl
temple Beth Tw Rbbi
Ralph Z Glixman ill officiate
j\ the celebration assisti I >>>
the temple choir Origin
Southwest Jewish Center B
To* aa founded in Ifca Brooks
al 52 I SW
M thi first \ik
covers holiday obsen
. ing their
tioi '. ti thi
ts at all High !:
I
M .. B i ti Mrs Essie
' '
.ely fianci
of re Mrs. Ethi
Mi i ouis Hoder
elect
tie the knot on I
: dinner pan
..... "
Wednes '
. Myei K irsnet
nig those enjoying the ft
vities were the Bernard Schind
the Martin Londoni with son
Steven Dr and Mrs Hurt on
K thy London
Jak s. Idin
i m Lai V< is foi *nt-
ng and a little fun aw Jack
Duchess Cogen, Ed and Minn
B- rman all of Miami Beach

Xra north on Wednea
_ Mr and Mrs Wal-
tei Bergi r who will attend the
Bai Mitzvah <>f grandson Lee
Bi rgei at Pompion Lakes Jewish
CenU r Porqpton Lakes, N J i">
.,!.., i.(. 4 Son ol
Warren Bi rj era Um celabrant i
ng athlete and
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Mon Bai Mitzvahs
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Ubert I i
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Son oi th- S< j

PI ebranl was honore l
nd dinni i
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more Bar Mitxvah news
Russell, son of former Miami
Beach Councilman and Mrs
Continued on P9 11-B
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Our must-see shop on the street floor, downtown miami
filled with the Best from Israel! Arts, crafts,
fashions accessories, many ours exclusively,
many one-of-a-k.nd On the sixth floor. Israel.
paintings and prints on sale from the
Murray S Greenfield gallery
of Tel Aviv and New York.


Page 2-B
ftJewlrf) ncrkftor
Friday, November 26.
Women's Council Plans Meeting;
Hebrew Academy Women take instruction
from Mrs. Hairy Rosenberg (second from left)
as she shows the Decoration Committee how
to construct birthday cake centerpieces for
the 18th annual membership luncheon
at the Deauville Hotel last Tuesday.
Theme of the affair was "L'Chaim" in hon-
or of the 18th anniversary of the founding of
the Hebrew Academy. Left to right are Mes-
dames Leonard Adler, Harry Rosenberg, chair-
men of decor, M. H. Rosenhouse. president of
the Hebrew Academy Women, Sam Rosner,
president of the PTA, Jerry Schechter, Irving
Firtel. membership chanman; Sol Sandier, and
Matthew Ettir.ger.
Hebrew University Women's Division
Will Cite Mrs. Simonhoff Here Dec. 16
MKS. SAMUll SimOHHOff
Selection of Mrs. Samuel Simon-
as 'Woman of the Year" was
announced this week by the
Greater Miami Women's Division
of the Hebrew University A< <
lo Mrs Philip F Thau, presi
the award Is given annually
to a resident of Florida who ha-<
served her community "through
civic, cultural, educational and
philanthropic endeavors
Mrs. Simonhoff. regional presi
dent of the Women's Division,
American Friends of the Hebrew
University f>r the southeastern
United States, served ;is president
oi the Greater Miami Women's i>i
vision for the three years.
Mrs Simonhoff is a lormer cam-
paign chairman and president of
thi Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion Women's Division,
i of the organizers of the
Greater Miami Chapter of Ha
sab, she was its president foi three
Mrs Simonhoff was amoi
founders of the Ml Sinai Hospital
Auxiliary, served a- vice president
and trustee, and was named life
honorso director of the Auxiliarj
The award luncheon is scheduled
for Tnursda) Dec 16, at the Kon-
tainehleau Hotel Representative
oi the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem, Dr. Bernard ('licriuk. will
come from Jerusalem to prest nt
the award. The program will In-
clude a musical presentation by
international concert violinist
Joan Field.
Greater Miami Section. National
Council Ol Jewish Women will
hold division meetings on Wednes-
day.
Mrs William l Brenner, section
president innouoced thai each di-
vision is planning a program oh-
terving it- Ship-a-Boi Project,
winch provides educational toys
at Chanuka for kindergarten child
ren in Israel
An original skit. "Council's
Heart.' written hy Mrs Joseph
Duntov. Section ovi rseas interpn
ter will be presented l>> many of
the division* The skit details
N, .iw overs* program, which
Includes fellowship irantt, Mipport
o' the John Dewej School of Edu
cWon at II. i.....' t niversitj build
ing of the Hebrew University High
, ,| .! aids In the teaching
the disadvantaged child in Is
-
Bay Division will me- I at Wash
ington Federal, inn Kormandj
Dr. i a ra dis< ission on
-Exodus froi N ton lunch
will be I illowed by the skit
unril'J Hi ft <'' review
of The Ral '' pre* nted bj Mrs
Barbara Wal '
Coral Division lun HIHel
House 1100 Millet D
tor n 30 a m Ntrs Irvii Goll
will m.
Indian Cre*k Division
Carri-
Hoti red b) the
-kit ards
Council who will discuss!
I Of < h IT-' .i- fti'r tht
ing Ol a new film, M
cover)
South Dad* Division, m
the Y.MFl.V RSOO S\V 8 St fj
a 0 30 a in coffee Noon hm
program includes the him.
End." and a debate on rigfcf
political and social li
moderator. Dr. Thoi
professor of political
the l'ni\ersit> nl Mi
Harmony Chapter Party
Harmon's chapter, l: aj
annual membership partj
da> at the ueauvill
an even.
Today
is
Mother
Day
,
Islands Divis.on v ill
the Miller.
12 p
will
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Lincoln Di.ision meets al 12 30
I thi Sea Gull Hot* I Skit.
. mi il's li art, will I i
.. speakei
Meyer L
Shores Division will me.'
Westvievi Countn Club al noon foi
luncheoi Is. (Sues! speaker
will !* Leo Mautner, chairman of
the Miami Peace Corps Service
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horn.
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Methcr.,-
Ugefiltefish
Kosh
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reve
i food PlO*KU
Horse Day* Will
Assist YMHA
Lots of fun is planned by lira
Harr\ Gordon for Dec 14 for sup
porters of the YM and VUIA of
Greater Miami
The day is the third a n n U a I
Benefit Da) al the Races to aid
three Gn ater Miami
orai the "Y "
The even!
N pi
lenefacl
'I'll. II N
Mrs
laed foi
mdt r sis thi
\outh cultural enrichment evi
. ims.
Serving on the Benefit Day Com-
mittee with general chairman.
Mrs Cordon, are co chairmen for
arrangements, Mrs Robert Grots
and Mrs Aaron Higer. reserva-
tions chairman. Mrs. Marshall
Harris; and general ticket chair
man. Mrs Alva Badane>
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now certified
Kosher and Parve.

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1. It contains l lo the sodium of other iwtset
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Thosiv.ans rehearse the show, Light
.... | Nov. 27 and Dec. A. Lett to
Mrs, Daruel Stone Stunton Hol-
ier.
Temple Thespians Take to Boards
utht '" '"
ted b)
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. ounce-
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a li i c h
I ukmn
Home Auxiliary
Meeting Tuesday
Crw:. r v, ., n Auxi-
kn Ji*h Hi for 'he Aged,
rj! hold :- dat ni^tm^
tc !- at the Al
pen Hotel.
Mrs Lj -man. pr>-i
drat V *#< ni wrl
by
Mr. Loun n(
> -rt. A i "ii iv mo-
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Mn Isidor
Home and
n Mas g (onnder (
Je M Wl||
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rho will pn'-
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H' ......inpanird
W Bert I
if the role* I-
who has dirrrt.it Ihe i -: l< The*
its I
Other manner* of I I r-
Itarvej Kramer. Jud> Gerard, J
I
Alice- baa, St.inton Haipert, How
ard Hollander. Jack Shapiro, Shii
i.v Kmrr. Kitt> Stone and I
Kudt
rVih Shoiom Festival nf the
\it n the- arm of Sisterhood,
under wIhm- ,i> the Th|>ian
p.rformancf^ arr p r n t r- d
Momrxrship- in the Kr-tnal <>(
Arts can be obtained at (he Tem
l>lc offic*. as can individual
tickets for the two performances
Funds ratted from Ihe pro
are used by Sisterhood for It*
Rettxtoai School Subsid) Fund.
> ommittee in ehaffgt ol the
presentation- are fttn Michael
V. el Mf* Harvey Kramer UTS
Leon Unfer, Kn Saul Morgan,
Mrs Joaeph Parde, Ihe wayi and
mean- \ce president, lervinf, as
ctuartnan
Pre-Chanuka
Child Fund Dinner
ii itual
k-r of He
will be guesl
7.\ i Adli le Emanu El,
will i usical program.
I'n Mrs Vbraham Seltzer
will exti to the
guests and Mrs Bva Golub will
the Invocation
Lippman vice prei
dent, and Child Rescue Pund chair
i- in i hai. e "i Ihe i
ram
I Gal
the home ol Mrs Mil
. cil president I
othei
M Hld.V.
l p m at Ihe b Mrs Ea
field B03 Vnast
\ oral Gables Mi Moses
Meyer, i hapt e r adv
al Ihe first (unction ii
M< mbei ship Tea" on
at 1 p m In
Hotel
Blvd
Psydriafrisf Speaks Here

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: Icl n i i-
Garden Club
Luncheon Slated
Mrs. Ben I-ond. president "f the
Ml sin.ii Hospital Garden Club,
will entertain members "t 'tic chib
with a luncheon al her DiUdo Dr
home Honda) noon, Dei <'
Executive Board will arrive al
plan future
... UMiies.
tccordi lo Mri Byron Topol
.nn.in. U e for
will
With the J. i Bel
Members who will partial
re Mi sdames Louii G
; Seymour Rubin,
v Rosenbi rg, Robert Frank.
M o rr Steinbi r u d I
Mrs Sadie Lowe president of
a card
c to be held
on Monday, \2 noon, at Washing
ton Federal. NF 6th Ave and
167th St Proceeds marked (oi
Child Rescue Vvivi r*|
in rhursdS) Dec 2, will
have guest speaker Dr. Max Lip
Spiritual leader of Beth
i ation lie will speak
on How Important ii Chanuka
Meeting to he held at First Fader
al. NF 9th Av.- and 123th St
Miller Circle
Has Anniversary
Anna Miller I ircle Miai
Blka, held a 25th but party
i a Tuaarlaj evening Ihe silver n
nlveraan celebration ind
rtainmenl and birthdaj
cake
The club's only pn '"
Home for i'npi>led < hUdren at
UsnatilU, Fla where children an-
treated and fshuat.d from infancy
until the) -re 21 years of age i"
tin-ly without charge
Sunshine Chapter
In County Fair
Funds raised at the annual
Count] Fair sponsored by Sun
shine l hapti r B'nai B*rith W
111 go to the group's projects.
Ml (ted for Tuesday, from
4 p m at Washington Fed-
eral, 8B9 NE 167th SI
Mr- l: resident
Morris Wilst n and Mrs
ii.m Jacob) i- co-chairmen In
refn ihmenta are Mi -
mn Stern Mrs Leon K
Mrs Helen Roberts 01
on the ommittee are Mrs Milton
W. mh- rg. Mrs 'a>^ Geidbi rg and
Mrs rhomas D Friedman
i) evening chapter
ni-: will participate in a paid-
up membership part) sponi
b) Broward North Dade Council
miiw at Burfstde Coaamanity Cen-
ter, twoi (oiiins Ava Mrs Sam-
uel KupsenaL membership vice
president is m i haii;.- of res.-rv a-
tions
Shoiom Women
Hear Columnist
Janet i husmir, columnist of The
M i .. m i B 11 h Sun. was
speaker at the regular open i
ing Of Temple Beth Shoiom Sis
terttood w Wedneada) Her topic
was rhe Jewish Contribution lo
Amerii an Literature, in honor of
Jewish Book Month
l the e of Mr- Seymour
Silverman, president, who was at
lending the biennial convention
,,i the National Federation ol
Temple Sisterhood, the meeting
was conducted i>^ vice president,
\|;s Bennett 1-ee
Mrs, Haive) E Kramer, a past
president, was chairman of the
da) Mr- James M Knopke, vice
president, was in charge of hosp-
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lin, and Mrs. Stanley Cannon, chanrmen of the Sunday Celeb-
rity Series, talk with Mary Felman. star of the Miami Ballet,
at the opening performance of the YM and WHA Sunday
Celebrity Series. The next children's program will be an
animated, feature length cartoon Friday. 12:30 p.m.. at the
"Y." 8500 SW 8th St.
Merit Award Goes to Beach Girl
Sharon Barbara Stockier 14. has
received a merit award from the
j Council of South Florida.
I D a u g h ter of
Mr and Mrs
Henry N Sleek
ler. a".0 B2l S1
she
i on | It ted
years <>f He
.'new trainii
Menorah.
and now is at-
tending confirm
ation class at the
Temple
She belongs to
Amie girls' club sponsored by the
YviiA, and is recording secretary
and chairman of the Jewish Asso
SHARON
At a recent Men's Club social function of the Jewish Conva-
lescent Home of South Florida held in the Forte Towers are
(left to right1 Miami Beach Constable Leonard O. Weinstein.
Mrs Joseph Keiser. and Irving Pietrack. new Men's Club
president. Some 600 persons attended the paTty in honor of
Weinstein. who was one of the founders of the club. Pietrack.
a noted violinist and orchestra leader, presented Weinstein
with a specially-engraved plaque to mark the occasion.
PEOPLE WHO ARE INTERESTED
IN WORKING, SETTLING OR STUDYING IN
ISRAEL TEMPORARILY OR PERMANENTLY
can obtain information through the representative
of the ISRAEL ALIYAH CENTER, INC.
1 Lincoln Road Bldg., Miami Beach, Room 214
Israel Histadrut Committee
SUNDAY. DECEMBER 5th to MONDAY, DECEMBER 6th
TELEPHONE FOR APPOINTMENT JE 8-1231
Jonai Council of Jewish Women
Sponsors Burton Film Premiere Here
Premiere perforo
Sp> who Came in from the Cold
is being sponsored by the Greater
Miami Section, National Council
of Jewish Women
Evening Division; Mrs David
, South Dade Division; Mn
etion chairman; Mn
James Rodenberg. Section ticket
Chairman and Mrs Nathan Mach
Physcian fo be Speaker
Miami B<
at the Veti

Jackson Mi
Lebanon Hosi
The Heart \
slated for Prida
The performance will be Thurs. Ley Coral Division.
ington
Ave.
Federal
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da* evening, Dec 16, at the Sheri-
dan Theatre Starring are Richard
Hurtnn. Claire BloOTO and Oskar
Werner.
Chairman is Mrs Burton Gold
berg. Selling tickets to the event
are Mrs. I-eonard Nabutovsky.
ciation Committee, which serves
Minor citi/ens at banquets, raises
money for charities and enter
tains children in orphanages
She belongs to United Syna
w Youth and is vice president
in charge of Buildini Spiritual
Bi Idges, w hich support orpl
In Southeast Asia
A ninth grader in Nautilus jun-
ior High School, she occupies see
ond chair in the clarinet section of
the concert band and is band li-
brarian.
The Dairy Council has a con-
tinuing program to honor meritor-
ious yoong people in Dade Coun-
ty Nominations can In- sent to
Agnes Edwards, 1001 NW 7th St..
Miami.
Greene to Chair
MfJgnaTs Fifth
Jubilee Ball Here
Robert 7. Greene, trustee and
founder of Mount Sinai Hospital,
was Wednesday, re-appointed
chairman of Mount Sinai's fifth
annual Jubilee Ball by Leonard L
Abess. president Serving with
Greene for the second year as co-
chairmen will be his wife, Nancy
and William B MacDonald Jr.
both founder members of the hosp
ital.
Date of the ball nas been
selected as Saturday. Dec 11. and
will be held at the Pontainebleau
Hotel.
Greene announced that Mr.
and Mrs. Saul Silberman will
jerve at host and hostess for
the cocktail hour immediately
preceding the ball.
Chairman and ro chairmen also
announced at a recent Ticket
Committee meeting that advance
sales to the social affair were
excellent but that good table re-
reservations are still available."
iii'V reported thai an electric
cart, donated to the hospital. Will
be given a- a price and that a
nationally known singer will l
part of the evening's enterti
ment.
\i ording to tion will commemorate for the
p tal am! tin con tnunity 16
years of helping all who conic lo
doors regardless of race, creed,
color or the ability to pay
Proceeds will be used for Coun-
cil's services in the community
These include
Braille textbooks and educa-
tional materials for the blind, vis-
ually handicapped, and Ik-a ring
handicapped in Dade County pub-
lic schools.
Kdiicational enlightenment of
poverty handicapped children.
Therapy for the senior eiti
lens at Senior Day Centers m*d
Douglas >' I rd I n Home for the
\.ed bj creative leisure-time pro-
ma
Educational assistance for dc-
serving students at the University
ol Miami
Civic assistance by public
affairs programs lor the commu-
nity on pertinent legislative needs
and developn i
Technical assistance in the
e program
HEW Appoints
Gordon to Post
The l' S. Depart nun: of ]{ altsi
Education, and Welfare has j
nounced in Washington '.hat Ja
D Gordon, president of Washioj
ton Federal Savings and lan \i
sociation. ajjd a membv of th(
Dade County Board of Public 1
stmction. has be
'Kinri
EdttH
nirmlxT of the Ah
on State DepartD
tion
J
Judge Feller
Speaks at Beach
'I'nited Nstiot World Cnited
h\ Law 0 der and Justice" was
the title of Judge Milton Feller's
address when he appeared before
I Chapter of the
l niti I Nal Association it was
meed !>\ Prol Andn S Bia
h.iirman
The meetii held Monday
!l i> m at Washini Ion Fed<
1234 Washington Ave
The Council is
I panels designau
the office oi Education admt
istering the Elemi ntary Se
,ir\ Education Act
The Advisory Coui
view progress) made
V of the Act. which
Federal grants to stn
education agencies .-,-
its findings and recon -J
to HEW Secretary J
ner on March 31 1061
retary will transmit thi |
report to the I'n
great
Beach Auxiliary Brunch
North Miami Beat h |
Je isli Home for thi \
p mi mix I
ii i Dec. 1 i
the Dunes Motel
Mager Named
To Fla. Council
Gerald Mager, Assistant Attor-
ney General of Florida. reo i lly
returned from Washington, D.< .
where he was sworn in to practice
before the I S Supreme Court
Mager. 31, who lives in Tails
hassee with his wife and two
children, is the son of Rev and
Mrs Morris Mager. of 1725 James
Ave
Last week. Gov Burns ap-
pointed Mager as a member ol
.he Florida Advisory Council on
Mental Retardation The Council
was created by the I96S Legists
Lure to a-s|st in carrying out thi
state's mental retardation pro
grams
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26, 1965
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Democratic Women Are Hanored
ombined semiannual and mem- man; Mrs. Bernard Spector. vice president. De-
inq for Mount Sinai Hospital partment of Membership. Standing (left to
.'.iaiy are seated left to right, right are Mrs. Donald Kaplan, program co
Gieen. membership chairman; chairman, and Mrs. Jerry Blank, program co-
v I Seeder life membership chair- chairman.
Mount Sinai Women Planning Meet
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rjiufc lionorii their
Womei m '" '' > ",:''r
tward nomineei m instal
ation luncheon last Frida) at the
.ville Hotel
Mrs Dale "Seooter" Miller was
pMri spoakcr and installing off
,i II.t hushand served as chair
man of President Johnson's 1!)65
inaugural, and she was his assist
ant Mrs Miller has been active
in Democratic Party affairs for
nianv years. A native Texan and
former school teacher, she also has
worked for numerous civic, com
uiiimty. educational n4^baritable
; causes
Club nominees for the awards.
I sponsored by the Women's Activ
Itiee Division of the National Dem-
ocratic Committee, are Mrs Louis
Classer. work for Project Head
Start. Mrs Fritz Cordon, commun-
ity beautification. and Mrs. Malvin
Fnglandor. political leadership
National awards will be given to
nine women who will attend a
p., uil .(inference in Washington
n April They will be selected
from the local nominees through
>ut the country
Officen installed at the lunch-
on were Mrs Louis Glaseer pre*
ident Mrs Malvin Englander,
Paul <;r:inri and Mrs Flor-
ence Kalfon, vice presidents; Mrs
Max LeVine and Mrs Martin
Smith treasurers; Mrs Ben Ham
recordin
\ istio : *<
Mi- Irvini i
corn retarj Mrs lo
iwmut, parlianu I
\i:.. Milton Grayson, historian;
Miss Sylvia Stein, chaplain; and
Mrs Elliott Roosevelt, advisor
Mrs Englander is serving as
chairman of the affair
At tbe recent State Convention
0< Damocratlc Women's Clubs in
Sarasota. the club received the
Christine Maxwell Award for "pro-
grotaive arorft for the Democratic
Party." ,
Medical Center
Games Party
Greater Miami Chapter Amer-
ican Medical Center, will hold a
ames part\ on Tuesday evening
at the Town House Hotel.
In charge Of reservations are
chairmen Mrs Ceil Posmanick
and Mrs J,-rry ROMAthaL
Funds rai-ed will be channeled
to the Thanksgiving party for pat
tents In 'he cancer and chest di-
visions of Jack Memorial Hospital.
Each patient will receive a gift
When necessary patients from
the Greater Miami area are sent
to the American Medical Center
in Denver where 'hey recieve
treatment without cost



Hospital Women's
n udent, Mrs Vale
and membership vice
Bernard Spector,
.innounced an innova
,eir semiannual meet
held Friday morning.
w approach," accord-
president, ''is for a
type meeting which
i the semi annual and
tosjothera of the
erehip chairmen
Green and Mrs
Breakfast will be
ispttal s cafeteria
1 new
, ii p according to
\lr~ Levinson, will then met in
the LOUia I Wolfson Auditorium
ul the hospital
Program chairmen Mrs Jerry
Blank and Mrs Donald Kaplan.
will introduce the Miami Beach
High School A Cappela Choir.
which will present a program en
titled "From Brussels to Bi
was.' directed h> Miss Ann Dun-
can.
\n Informal fashion show will
follow, with members modeling
from the hospital s Gift shop
rhe morning's program will
include an informative talk by
Mrs A Herbert Maths* on "The
Mount Sinai Storj

Myrtle Wreath Morton Towers Hadassari
Awards Will Go
To Notables Here
will
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Mon
Myrtle Wreath
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Herald Dr
it, Miami
Mis Eve
linical psycho
Memorial Hospital.
pn sident and
W l"\.l and Judge
'. pediatrician and
(Judge and found
(enter
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p of H I
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sinp brunch ui the Morton lowei i
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B Wernick will
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Miami Chapter of
i membei ship drive
: who have en-
memben and
i will Include music-
Miaha Pomaav
profi or >>f
i mior Col"
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BB Women Slate
Member Affair
1 he fo ii pai ticipating chai '
., ib) Broward North Dade ( ouncil
. i; nai B nth Women will have a
combined paid up membership af
fair for their 800 members
Hollywood, North Dade. Sho
ihana, and Sunshine < bapters will
gather on Tuesday, 8:30 pm. at
the Surfsidc Communit) Center
Ansel Wlttenstein, presidenl
Florida State Federation of B'nai
B nth Lodges will l>c narrator foi
a musical skit Israeli Musical
Travelogue." starring Marion
,i Estelle Hoberman,
,,..,i Soi s Solnick Miss
>i asio will I-- II
1st
Mi Julian Na airman
U ii I rvtU
to all
their hus
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Che
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Hadassah Bazaar
Set on Beach
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ROUND UP OF OLD TIMES' SSS
I're.-iderit and Mrs Hear) KinE Standford. of |
the University of Miami, entertained the uni-
versits I "Id Timer*" at a cocktail party in
their home in South Bayshore Drive Estate- Re
in \uny auld acquaintances were Ce Ce and
Milton Weiss. Audrey and Charles Finkelstein.
Htba and Jack Daner. Myra and Aaron Fan-
Claire and Sydney Wcintraub. Rose and Albeit
dman and Polly and Baron de Hirsch Meyer

ALL WERE "SEA COASTERS"
Babhott 'Mrs Bertram i Thorpe and Dorothy
In Herbert Wiseman had a hnmeheon at the
- Hotel. Two requisites the guests had to
be female and live in the Sea Coast Towers
Apartments Among' euests playins later in the
card room were kin. E. Allen Becker. Mrs Max
V. ,-. Mrs Myer Cohen. Mrs. Nancy Klein. Mr-
llv Frackm.ii. Mrs Simon Cohen and Mrs. Ed-
ward Coldstein The next excitiny event on the
mda for the Thorpes is a trip to St Petersburg
to visit ton Jay and h.s lamily. and to inspect
h new offices Jay is an attorney.
PINK AND WHITE IS FOR BRIDES
Everything was pink and white at the bridal
ait that Fran (Mrs Burtoni Levey ~ave in
honor of her sister at I'ub Restaurant. Eileen
Bloom is marrying Robert Handelsman. of Mi-
ami, on Dec 26 in Akron. O. The shower gifts
wheeled in on a pink and white cart were opened
anon: a chorus of ooh's and aah's. Along with
all of the aunts and cousins were the "machat-
anista." Mrs. David Bloom, and Mrs Herbert
Handelsman. Other guests included Mrs. David
Sohaecter. Mrs Arnold Giant*, and Mrs. Robert
Goldstein. Shirley (Mrs. Edward* Blum, who had
a kitchen shower the week before for the bride-
to-be. couldnt decide whether she liked being a
hostess or a guest the best.

YOU HAD TO BE A LWMUIST
It as a fun nigtii at Vcra and Norman
Frisch's apartment in the Bnclteil Town House.
The dampness of the weather at the football
game Ml offset by the results of the Miami Bos-
ten College score. The guests sang Happy Birth-
day to Vera in English. Then they couldn't talk
unless they spoke in a foreign language. Just a
little French and Spanish were spoken, in ad-
dition to Pigeon English and Yiddish. Among
gUOata were Dr Edward and Helen Cutler. Martin
Gelt, Li I and Herb Edelstein. Dorothy and Max
HaiKlshu Nettie and Ralph lie.-, and Ada and
Bert Sher.

THE BILLBOARD SAID "HAPPY BIRTHDAY"
When Jeanette Sussman and her husband.
Sidney, with their friends Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Specket. were DShaMi into the private room at
Nick ar.d Arthurs, and Jeanette saw the big
birthday lign, she was completely overwhelmed
Her husband had planned the birthday dinner as
a surprise and a surprise it was. Among those
to help her celebrate were Mr. and Mrs.
H Pinsky, Mr and Mrs. 1-ou Pilser. Mr and Mrr
D Berger. Mr and Mrs. Herbert Eft, Mr and
Mrs Milt Olkin, and Mr and Mrs QafniCW
"i i ager.

WHAT HAPPENS TO DO-GOODERS
Bet (Mrs Maxwell" Hyman was collecting
She was at her last-honc and feeling particularly
joyful because of the check she had just been giv-
en Then she -lipped and fractured a bone. Now
she is in Ml Sinai Hospital doing the rest of her
collecting bv phone When there Is a job to be
done, no matter what, the volunteers are right
there
GETTING TO KNOW YOU
The new members and the old members got
acquainted at a dinner dance for new members at
Westview Country Club on Saturday The new
decor won the acclaim of everyone, especially
the revolving stage. Tall centerpieces of fall
flowers were on each table Joan and Jerry
Blank entertained some of their friends that eve
Ding. At their table were Mr. and Mrs. Max Oro-
vitz. Mr and Mrs. Alex Manson. Mr. and Mrs
E. E Bloom. Mr and Mrs. Leonard L. Abets.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes. and Mrs. Jack
Ablin. At Joni and Stanley Tate's table were
Birdie and Ed Denniaon and Alice and Don Kor-
en. Also spotted were Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Hal
pern. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Kravitz. Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Kravitz. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Heiman,
and Mr and Mrs. Samuel Halpenn
Franca* Lahman
At a Southeast Region meeting at the Deauville Hotel last
week are .seated) Mrs. Florence Kupperman, region presi-
dent, and Jacob Oleiski, director cf ORT in Israel. Standing
left to right) are Mrs. Harold Schneider, chairman of the re-
gional executive committee; Mrs. Louis Baron, past region
president; Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt, national vice president;
and Harry Rosenblatt, president of the Greater Miami Men's
Chapter of the American ORT Federation.
Servicemen at Thanksgiving Fete
Israel's ORT
Director Honored
Jacob Oleiski, director of ORT
in Israel, was guest of honor at a
ng ol the S Iheast Ri gion
in Women's American ORT last
week at the Deauville Hotel
A cocktail pal I l< d the
ram, during which Oleiski
brought eetii I from tin SI
n! Israel and ORT in Israel
on the dais wi re Mrs Lo is
on pas) n ion president.
it man of the evening; Mrs
Harry Rosenblatt, national \ i e
president, who gave the invoc
anon; Ham Rosenblatt, president
of the Greater Miami Men's (hap
tt r of the American ORT Federa
tion: Mrs Florence Kuppcrinan
i.n president, who introduced
the honored guest; Mrs Harold
Schneider, regional executive com
mittee chairman: and Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky. of Temple Beth
Sholem of Hollywood.
Musical program featured Chet
(ale, of Temple Sinai of North
Dado
On Sunday, from 2 to 5 p.m.. at Temple Beth Shiran. M
Rachel Skop. wife of Rabbi Moms A. Skop. held art ex
hibit of some 30 new colorful batiks and etchings dealing with
American, Israeli. Spanish and Mexican themes. A series ol
12 etchinas included famous lews and Jewish scenes and holi-
day symbols. Mrs. Skop is a graduate of the New York Schoo.
of Art and is art instructor in the Dade County School System
She studied with the famous artist. Saul Raskin, noted illus
trator of biblical subjects, and is a graduate oi the Univers.-.y
of Miami School oi Education. Mrs. Dajrid Steinberg. Siste;
hood president, was assisted at the collation by Mr. ar.d
Mrs. Bernard Friedland and Mr. and Mrs. Mordecai Paroess
members of tho Temple Art Caucme* Mrs. Matte Schreib-
man and Miss Reba Liebman saiivd inlir-lnUnte.________
Women's League Slates Meeting
The Florida Chapter of the the second annual dianer lunchcr
Women's league for Israel will > at the Dorol Beach Hotel MM
hold its next meeting Dec. 1. 12:30 Jan. 20.
p.m at the Miramar Recreation Proceeds from the luncheon will
Center. 6700 Hallandale Beach : i*- U9Cd to support a blind t I
i Blvd. in the Home for the Blind U
Members will meet to discuss Nathanya. Israel.
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Men and women from all
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ii v ited t attend the annual
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Women's Educational Forum ol the Jewish Nal
Council cf Greater Miami meets at the Font i Hot-I
to discuss the Me Ami Development dinner scheduled for
Dec. 5 at the Fontainebleau. Seated front row left to nght'
are Mesdames Hvman Dub '' :am Press, co< :
ol the Educational Forui M H< hi Louis Luetig, D
Laachon, Mm Hanna Fuu Mrs. Louis, iberg S.
Mesivta Women
Honor Ex-Chief
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Mae Berg, and Standing (left to riant are Mes
Wo'.fe SI
Mrs. Maui Singer.
New Agency
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B. Wernick.
chQM i y nenry B. wernic*.
leadership coordinator, has started
jT7** a' the Hadaasah oHice. 337 Lincoln
*>own seated (left to right) are Mesdames
It. Kitty B rM>*cca C*
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Cannon. Standing (Ml to right) a. lamjj
Johanna Benjamin. Joseph Mf<^
Feller hostess lor the day. Sol Greenberg.
Wolf Scklair. Harry Kroll. B. Rochwarg and
Nathan Friedman.
Specialty ol the Houe
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GAIL
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
l Linn, now Mrs Leonard Silverman, lived in a sub-
urban area m New York where she adored all sports, es-
pecially Ice skating Bill U of today, the sports have van-
ished except for golf and tennis As a child. Gail was
adept at reading and writing She had the purely cultural
experience of takinp EfMwing, music and painting lessons
with her older sister to whom she was very close. The
family moved to Miami Beach when (iail was in the ninth
grade. She graduated from Miami Beach High and the Uni-
versit) of Miami, each in three years.
Her senior year of high school was spent in Cornell in
Cascadella School In college, as in high school, Gail was a
dynamo. She was active in the Studenl Government body,
a freshman senator, in all Homecoming activities and all
phases of her sororitj Phi Si
.1 She met Lenny when he
Was finishing medical school at
Yale When he came hack to in
tern m Miami, they were D
ried: and then Gail finished col-
where she majored in philos-
ophy
It first year of marriage, in
fact a have been busy
ail taught school, worked
at the geriatric clinic at Jackson
;: tal and v as pro-
chairman for Temple Beth
tered liter-
:. Ma and Fa m ily
i Miami With their first-
born, Nancy, only f;\< months old,
they took off for Wurzburg, Germany, where Lenny was sta-
tioned as an army doctor
u Gi ething strange and unfores<
you can either cry or take advantage of it The
ntagi : their two j eai s in Germ)
to-daj living had it> disadvantages, but the all-over de-
, that 'hey will Iways remember Gail worked
in the Red i program for
The Silvermans learned to speak German even
babj Thi rid traveled all over Ger-many.
On i' U M an Jeffn y was born
Sino Gail I live in American Jewish Com-
mits she went back as the Miami Chapter's executive
secretary Here she ind herself in communitj n
ins work But soon she retired from her job to have her
third baby, Linda who is now three and a half years old,
Had is a real estate broker she took courses in mort-
es, banking and appraisin if her !>cst deals was
I yin| her own house She went to the Universit) of Miami
to participate in a discussion group which involved her to
the extent that last year she coordinated the adult dis-
cussion croups for the university Now. she is planning to
0 back to graduate school as soon as possible. Gail bud-
her time, always managing to bo home when the chil-
dren come in from school. She il | working with
the Community Relations Board am! is i ights coordin
ator for American Jewish Committi e
The Silvermans are not a TV fam heir house is
filled with books because they cherish ing, Call feels
that cooking is a creative form of action and is always
trying new dishes, developing the children's taste and mak-
ing them aware of epicurean food.
Lennj and Gail play golf together, and the whole family
fishes together Each year they plan a different trip. This
year, (Jail was included in 'Outstanding Young Women of
America It is eas) to see why
r
Satin Gown
For Miss Greene
The former Mist Pa
i.i i me the bride of I
Uli n Licht <
Hotel v
lion and dinner at the hotel fol
lowed the i ceremonj
performed bj Dr Irving Lehrman.
On their ret m a wedding
I to .l;<:iMr a the newivueds
will live in Mia ni B ach
For the nuptials, carried out in
shocking pink and white, the b
cted a wi dding gown of heavj
white s;,! in The bouffant skirt.
appliqued In chant illy lace, fea-
tured a chapel train, The fitted
bodice of chantilly lace and seed
pearls was styled with a scooped
neckline and long sleeves to wrist-
point
The four-tiered French illusion
veil fell from a headpiece of seed
pearls made in the form of (lowers.
and she carried orchids, step
hanotis and lily of the valley on her
confirmation Bible
Bridal attendants included Mrs
Michael Kratze. matron of honor.
Deldre Scott Greene, the bride's
sister; and I'ei.in Sieger, brides-
maid
Best man to the bridegroom was
Michael Kratze Serving as ushers
were Lance Scott Sieger, Robert
Harris h. Cary Rosenthal, Alan
Ladis, Paul Richmond, Conrad
Charmak, Jerry Weissberg and
M< i Marci 1
Daughter of Mr and Mrs Ben
n N Greene 5534 Pine Tree
Dr Mrs Licht is a graduate of
Miami Beach High and is now in
MRS. MttffT HCHT
her senior year at the Universitj
of Mi a m i wh< re her n ajor ia
speech therap)
\ of Miami B e a i h
High and the Universit) of Miami,
the : id< did post graduate
work at the Institute ol Design and
StniCtion in New York and is
presi nth exe< itive vice
oi Star Laki
re Mi Harr) Licht
n Shore Dr
Beachite Weds
N.J. Executive
Mrs. Irero
; formi
.! anged mai
\> 'ifn i _, i
:. in the i c SI
S" itl e. .\
; M. Levits)
Following the
Lion and foi
ti family w .,>
! i ms in \\ s- (iraiu
Year, ti
Is wii; li\i at Cresci
.n Bast Orange, N .1
l i ide room is vici pres
ta! Equinox i I Cor]
Birthday Party
At Aged Home
Greater Miami Womei
liarj. Jewish Home for i
will hold its 11 \' montl
da) party on Sunday, 2
Douglas Gardi ni
Mrs Morns Knpple.
in ard member, ho cell
birthday last month, will
; art) and n aid* nta at i
i elebrating birtho. i -
her will In- honored
\l i I aw renci Sil\ i i
P r e s i d < r, i will
gc of wel< ome a
reetii
Mis Louis Makovsk)
in will Introduce I
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Sarita Aboulafia,
Mr. Greenblatt
Exchange Vows
a candlelight cerenv ny in the
of the Carillon
tel united the former Sarita
tboulafia and Harold
i reenblatl on Saturday. Nov 20
bbi Jonah F. Caplan perfoi
:.. B cloi k nuptials
Following a dinner reo ; I
in the hotel, the new l> weds lefl
I or a h m in Haw aii < in
their return, they will live in Tea
neck. N J.
Weai gown of chantilly
lace in < r satin, and catT) ing
white orchids and roses, the bride
was attended by Rosanne Plav-
nick, maid of honor, and Su/i
Eichel, Susan Tygenhof, Doriann
Belzer, bridesmaids
Serving as best man was David
Greenblatt, with Allan Aboulafia,
Herman Greenblatt and Kenneth
Sackowitz, groomsmen.
Daughter of Mr and Mrs Jack
Aboulafia. 7859 Crespi Blvd the
new Mrs Greenblatt attended Mi-
ami Beach Senior High, where she
was vice president of National
Thespian Society and secretary of
Modern Dance Club
The bridegroom, owner of a
bakery, also attended Miami
Beach Senior High. His parents are
W\ Miami JWVA
Holiday Program
West Miami Ladies' Auxiliary.
Jewish War Veterans, will hold a
ial holidaj proj ram me< tn
at the home of Mis Stanley 11
8410 S\\ 6 S
Dec. 2
A musical program featui
Mrs Pauline Engel at the p
will offer songs for Chanul
will participate in a sing a
I e at tl
A i hanuka grab bag will b<
Lighthouse Seeks
Beach Drivers
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Page 9-B
Miss Mcchlowitz
Is Engaged Here


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Goldmans Will
Reside in Calif.
I>: and Mi- Barrj Morton i ii
n.aii will U\r in LoOf Bl... b Calif .
foUowtag a honeymoon in Miami
Bead.
Ihf COUpIC were United "11
Srpt |g ., h
i, th Rabbi l> \ nl
shapiro officiating
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Friday. November 2^.
1965
Benjamin Meyers (right) receives a testimonial plaque hon-
oring him on the occasion of the 24th anniversary of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education horn Louis Heiman, first president
Buieau. The gala celebration was held Sunday evening
at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Meyers was honored as a past
[dent of the Bureau and one of the organization's found-
ing and inspiring leaders. Jerome T. Murphy, of the United
a Office of Education, gave the principal address, with
Mis. Jack Katzman acting as dinner chairman. Joseph Cohen,
at president, and other officers of the Bureau were in-
ring the dinner.
CITED FOR 'OUTSTANDING SERVICE'
Variety Children's Hospital to Give Award
To Jerry Blank at Banquet Here Monday
nbcr <>( a
VI
quel in the '
. Hotel
. wide bene
irenl is B >b< rl Macht i
h Ston -
ho h ads up commit
. >nal
'. :'.. on the dinner.
"Jerry Blank is being recog-
-liied, for his outstanding service
as a trustee of Variety Child-
ren's Hospital." announced P.
William Burke, president, at a
recent board meeting.
li" n countless hours
plex problems of the
He lia-- taken ;i dyna
in thi
ined ma-
nt in the adminii
our hospital has been an
iration to the others who
with him, said Burke,
to the "q larter-centurj
. ii it) si n ii i oi the Blank
Mi hi said that Sam
fat i i f the I ee, is
I i Greater Miami
.i CJA cam
man, a founder ol Mi
Hospital, and a member ol
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f the Gi eati i M
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nutii- head i ;i trade di>.i-
sion in the 1 i Jew ish
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Clul of i ireati r V iam i v, est
intry Club, Miami Rol
Club ;iinl is .i direct 'he i"itj
rial Bank oi Miami Beach
He i- president of Nution.il
merly headed b)
athi r, and ..i u\ e in numi i
trade and wal iupi
The testimonial banquet on Mon-
ded for 7 30 p m in
n Room of the Deau-
...
cockta I 30 p in.
Jerry Blank will be presented
with Variety Children's Hosp-
ital's highest citation for public
service, the "Volunteer of Valor"
award. The bronze and gold
plaque is surmounted by a bas
relief replica of the familiar
colonial facade over the
entrance way to the hospital.
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Tiki. \ ocal isl
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CJA Accountants
Launch Drive
Next Wednesday
Accountants Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal will
launch it- 1!)(><> campaign with a
dinner scheduled for next Wednes-
day, 6 p.m., at the Dupum Plata
Hotel
The annual dinner precedes the
official kickofi oi the Combined
Jewish Appeal
According to Arnold Stein,
chairman, and Ralph Weisbard,
co-chairman, "the precedent set
by the division last year will
be continued in the form of a
pre-tax season gathering, allow-
ing members of the accounting
profession to complete their
campaign before the busy tax
season arrives."
Featured speaker at the Dec 1
dinner will bo noted Washington,
D.C. trial lawyer, Joseph Lyman,
who is an expert on internal re-
venue cases. His topic will Ik-
1!H>6 The Year of Decision "
Joseph M. Upton, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, bailed the Accountants Di
vision "for thru earl) start and
for Mttini a *25 """ goi: for the
i ami aign Last > ear the
i .; tants set and met a goil
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health and welfare problems than
" com
munity of similar size in the
Inn.d States "
Combined Jewish Appeal funds
Uo to more than 50 agei ies loc
all). nationall) an i o\ eraeaa
mhers of the Sti Com-
' i- of the Ai countants Di> i-
lition to Stein and
Weisbard, are Bi n amin Budow-
-k>. Jerr) Bloom, A. l: Wiener,
Milton Kublin, Eh
tlurwitx, Joseph Post, Karl Sai
Krutman, Jerry Sokolow,
Charles Uertzoff, Channon Band,
Melvin Burton and Howard I i
ner,
DR. Kipru
Mandolin Group
Due in Concert
The Miami Beach Recreation
D*P rill pn senl the Com
munit) i ter's Mandolin I
bli in ., special
nuka coi
Saturda) vening
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Bust of Dr. Abraham Wolfson was unveiled at a meet ng ot
Miami Beach Lodqe of B'nai Bidh on Tuesday at the Di-
Lido Hotel. The ceremony marked the 84th birthday oi Dr.
Wolfson, who is founder of the Spinoza Forum for Aauit
Education, now :n its 30th year. At the ever." Dl V.
discussed "How lo Live- n Hui m Hcrpp y Thai
is the work of local sculptor Zeno Posev
Israel Hails ZOA Tribute to Truman;
Medallion Presentation Slated Sunday
By Special Repoi t
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added:
"We are certain that Presi-
dent Truman himself realiies
with what grateful appreciation
the Government and people of
Israel regard him, cherish him
as one of those great historic
figures who have come to the aid
of the Jewish people at moments
of crises and destiny and who
can never be forgotten."
The presentatioi ny of
the award to Presid
will take plai ,: i nual Z< > \
ner at the Hoti I Waldorl \
toria on Sunda; in commemoration
"f the '..'I'll chai
f thi L'N i
for (hi establishment of a Jewish
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Miiyoi Dliol Roosevelt accepts k : Bonoad Rosenblatt.
vrorslupful mantel of Hibiscus Lodge 275. F end AM M
Beach, to cover costs ol "Hibuscus Hut a shelter located on
the south end cl Miami Beach at c Re
realion Department as a boy's camp The pio)ect ot Hibiscus
Lodge was officially dedicated on Nov. 2 in memory ot Jetty
Hill Tendnch. late soo of Moie ]. L. Tendiich. a past master
of Hibiscus Lodge
t^ocialite ... rv K-jro\'
Conl.nued frem Page IB
llyman I* GalbwJ, ill be sur-
roaadwd by man) out of to.wi
rilatuck and friends when he kl
inducted into Jewidi adulthood
at Beth hsreH op Saturday morn
ing \mn* mell-wishers will
he his irrandparnnt* Mr and
Mn Morris Diiliti of Nr*
iMram Mrs Marshall Mill.r <>t
l'raine Village. Kan Mrs tial
but s sister. Mr-. Karl Weafcotaky,
o| New Orleans Mr- B e n n i c
frtedtonder and Roaranoa Fried
lander, of Mobile. Ala Ernest
MOIer and Robert Gelbut, "t Nam
'Its
Mi Nat Barth. Miami Beach
Hadassah Chapter president,
presented a pia<>iir to Mr- Flor-
ence Bla> n, tiie Brandeis
Grwp. fi>i the highest
i..ninbutii>n to the Hadassah
Medical Center last year which
established an Eaemininfl Room
tor life I" m I "' nliflr.it:"t\ in
I-i a
\ i h terested P i of
pie Beth Am. under the chair
Mrs Robert Garvett,
nut .i workshop
I lee h in ,, m m
trta and < afta Rooi the
I arts and
crafts teach and Mrs Eli Gi i
n n will the workshops.
Tempi* Brotherhood will hold
its next monthly meeting on
Monday evening, Dec 6, in the
Muaic Room ot the Temple.
Macey Schaffer is in charge ot
program arrangements. Ben
Clem is president.
Tl i Brothei I
*tNer ehilu r was heU nn
.' -ith Ben
" i -,.- an assisted
VVlCJ l .irl l.lrs-
jn Bill)
Ml id drive I I
7 1 .il : i ml i
Mil ott Jo
MtschuUi ,.,.! L'lcln, !' rn
irrl i; ..-In.an. Mfl Miit'ii i.'
I'hil il. sTtbur Jacowiti
Mr- Ralph l.iulner.
\'.i\ Price, \l-x Raaun. Mrs
Marvin Mi-.. Fred Sh.ei.i.-
Mr and Mr- Norman W ainei
Jack W e isgl .11 and Man in
.'. let
Brotherhood held a -li tourna-
ment on \o\ 14 at the Rolling
Hills Country Club* Herman Feld-
IQan and Jack Diamond. 10 chair-
men, announce thai winnera were
Joe Keinbcri;, Sidney Epfirens.ni,
llowanl BUustein, Herman Bren-
ner and Herman Keldman.
IMher contestants were Sidney
Schreer, Rnlwrt Milter. Joseph
Sotomon. Harold Reinhardt. Stan
ley Halpern. Arthur Kinkelstein.
Alan Kaplan. Ben Sehwarta. Dr.
Seymour l^opold. l'aiil l.eopold.
Siftrrey Stiller, Jack Green. Bert
Joseph-mi Phil ReeHZ, Elea/er
Cipeensiein Jerald Reaen, Julian
Benjamin. Jerald Oreea, Harry
H.--. Larry Bogncr and Jess
Freed.
Post Confirmation Club met
for a breakfast meetin.i last
Sunday in the YovtH Loonge. A
debate, Resolve: That All Jews
Should Move to Israel," was th
program of the merning. Speak-
ing for th affirmative was
Jerry Fisher and Joel Perwin.
For the negative, speakers wre
Jeffrey Rosenberg and David
Weiss.
Rabbi Recberl M Batumi
ike the men.
ol the reap on study weekend
.it on Dec. A the l*>
,1 \lotei in I- ..niorada.
Hear} Kauifman. chaiaanan *>(
lie Seator Friendship Circle nai
aaweuaead ;/1 next meatsag ts^e
1 i, 1 leaeajr, 8 p tn in the
Music Roen
\ filrn \ 1 rip rhreuffji Spain."
, ill veaaag i,f
.-lit haa been
Sharlei Ma
Youth Group, has annoaukfed that
ii. is participatanf in a
. lothing driva for migranl work
Clothing will be picked up '
the temple on Saturdaj and) B u>
Senior Citizens
Hear Speaker
At a ragulai mfftuig of Club 2,
Florida Senior Citisena Council, in
the Fleet wood Hotel on Monday.
I)r Edward Roth delivered a talk
..n Health. Diet and Exercise."
Presented by the nominating
iommittee. the following slate waj
elected: president. Mrs. Esther
Williams: vice president, Leon
April; secretaries. Mrs. Henrietta
Sherman. William Schwartz; treas-
urer. Samuel Dorfman; trustees.
Harry Sptegle and Harry Wein-
stein
Committee chairmen named
were Mi^ Ren BhaffAr, member
ship; Mrs Mabel Kaplan, sunshine;
Mrs Julia Brilr. -oiial.
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Friday, Novell 1
J^ctr ^/Mitzvalt
Russell Galbut
Bar Mitzvah of Russel W Galbut.
son of former Miami Beach Coun-
cilman and Mrs. Hyman P. Galbut.
will be celebrated at Beth Israel
Synagogue at Saturday morning
services on Nov. 27.
Russell is a student in the sev-
enth grade of the Lear School. He
Mark Horrisea
SB* BBm m
BSfe
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V ^i mr
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Kvntl Galbut
lulian Nusibaum Steven Weinlraub
Michael Hammel
Kim foster
Michael Friedman Gregg Spieler
i-. interested in mail [lish
literature His favorite sports are
bow mint and boatii
Guesl spiritual leader Ral
Label Duliti uncle ol the Bar
Mitzvah, and a professor at Yes
viali LTniversitj in New York City,
u ill deliver the Bar Mitzvah
char) e
Out-of-town guests will include
,i- grandparents, Mr, and Mrs
Morris Dulitz, of New Orleans, La.

Mark Harrison
Mark Robert, -on of Mr. and
Mrs Melvm Harrison. 714 Cala-
trava, Coral Gables, will be Bar
MiUvah at Temple Judea of Coral
Gables, on Saturday morning, Nov.
27.
Mark is an eighth grade student
at Ponce de I.eon Junior High
School, where he is in the Science
riuii He is also a graduate <>f
Temple Judea'i Hebrew School.
Fishing, collecting stamps and
raising orchids are Mark's main
interests

Julian Nussbaum
Julian, son of Dr and Mrs
Solomon Nussbaum, will become
Bar Mitzvah a: "> Israel of
i Ire iter M laml on Saturd ij N
27
An eightl student at
John l K nnedy Junior High, he
hi conduct iii' complete sen Ice
ind chanl the I! iftorah
A Lion in his honor w ill
1 Hoi
u ill
Kirstein, of M
Steven Weintraub
Steven, son of Mr and Mrs
d Weinti
\\e. will become Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning. Nov. 27. at
remote Emanu-El
Steven attends eighth grade at
l-ear school and is treasurer of
us class. He is interested in base
oall and football and plays the
>iano. His hobbies include marks
nanship and swimming, for which
he has won awards.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception Saturday evening
at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Wein-
traub and Mr. and Mrs. George A.
Cohen, of Miami Beach. Steven's
grandparents, will attend the
event.

Michael Hammel
Michael, son of Mr. Alan Ham-
mel. 11560 SW 186th St.. will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah during
Saturday morning services. Nov.
27. at Temple Beth Shirah. Michael
is the grandson of Mr and Mrs.
Samuel Hammel. of Miami.
A seventh grade student at Cut-
ler Ridge Junior High, the cele-
brant also attends Beth Shirah
Religious School.
Born at an Air Base in Panama
Canal. Michael has traveled all
ver the world with his father who
has been in the Air Force for 22
ears.

Kim Foster
Kim Alma, daughter of Mr and
Mrs LOUis Foster. Hi N'K 17()th
si will celebrate her Bas Mitz-
vah on Friday. Nov. 26. at Beth
Torah Congregation.
An eighth grade student at John
F Kennedy Junior High, the cele
branl has bean M the Honor Roll
since entering school last year.
Her vience project received an
"Excellent" Award at the 1965
South Florida Science Fair. She
plays flute in the concert band.
Kim is now entering sixth grade
Hebrew classes at Beth Torahs
Harold Wolk Religious School,
where she has been a student since
she was three years old
An open house will DC held in
her honor on Sunday Nov. 28

Michael Friedman
Saturday morning services, Nov.
27. at Beth Torah Congregation
will include the Bar Mitzvah ol
Michael Dean son of Mr and
Mrs Stanley Friedman, 10201 NE
20th Cl
\: eighth grade student at John
! Kennedy Junior High, Michael
graduate ol Beth Torah Reli
,- School, which he attended
x yeai He plans to continue
his Jewish education Michael is a
member of l SY and serves as vice
tent of the TNT Club at the
temple
\ reception and dinner will U-
tendered the Bai Mitzvah at the
Hollywood Beach Hotel on Saturday
evening.

Gregg Spieler
Gregg Alan, son of Mr and
Mrs. Stanley Spieler. 294.". So Mi-
ami Ave., will become Bar Mitz-
vah at Sabbath services. Nov. 27,
at Beth David Congregation.
Gregg is an eighth grade stu
dent at Shenandoah Junior High,
and has been attending Beth
David Religious School for the
past six years
Interested m aports and art. he
is an aide seaman in the I S
Na\> League.
Mis Rose Spieler and Jacob
Moses, Gregg's grandparents, will
attend the service- and eelebra
to be held in the evenin
I David

Jill Robbins
Jill
Mr and Mr- Mill R ibins,
lie Dr
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rah.
La til
Perry Cone
tfitcvi | ,;

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Jill oee.n *
Ferry C*
6
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AMy f saaaraaaa
Morlr Stag
be observed Saturday morning.
! Nov. 27. at Temple Zion
Perry" is an eighth grade honor
student, a member of the Science
Club, plays guitar, and is active
in athletics.
A luncheon in Perry's honoh
| will take place following the serv-
ice at the Phyllis Kapp studio in
Coral Gables.
a a a
Howard Sokol
Bar Mitzvah of Howard Gary,
son of Mr. and Mrs Morris M
Sokol. will be observed on Satur-
day morning. Nov. 27. at Beth
Kodesh Congregation.
Howard is in the eighth grade
at Shenandoah Junior High, and
plays saxophone in the concert
and dance bands He participates
in baseball, football and tennis
A reception in the celebrant's
honor will be held on Sunday night
at Waldman's Hotel.

Abby Pomerance
Abby Irene, daughter of Dr. and
Mis Joseph Pomerance, 12500
Vista l.n will become Bas Mitz
vah at late Knd.iy evening sen
ices, on tiO\ 2li at Beth David
I 'ongregation
An eighth grade student at Pal
netto Junior High, the celebrant
is interested in the musical arts.
lancing modern jazz and tap.'
playing the guitar and cheer-lead-
,ng
Abby s paternal grandmother,
Mrs Mollye Schneider, and mater-
nal grandparents Mr and Mrs
Joseph Peder, will attend the
-erviee- and receptions in her
honor first on Thursday \ov 25
at home, and the Oneg Shabbat at
Beth David after services.
A h a y r i d e for her teen-age
friends will be held at the Amstock
Ranch.
I* a a
Mark Stang
Mark Allen, son of Mrs. Mildred
Stang and the late F.ric Stang.
formerly of Ijkewood. N. J.. will
become Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Menorah on Saturday morning.
Nov. 27.
Mark is a student at the He-
brew Academy He will be honored
at a luncheon reception in the
Social Hall of Temple Menorah
following services

Kenneth Ross
Kenneth, son of Mr and Mrs
Joseph Boss. 17141 NW Miami will become Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day morning. Nov 27. at Beth
Torah Congregation
The celebrant will be presented
with a Bible on behall ol the Mol
lie Kahaner Sisterhood
Kenneth is in the eighth
at John F Kenned) Junior Huh
School

Monica Laub
Monica daughter of Mr and
Mrs jerry Laub, will observe her
Bas Mitzvah at the late Friday
evening service. Nov 26. at Tem-
ple Zion She will conduct the serv-
ice assisted by the Temple Choir.
Monica attends South Miami
Junior High, when' she is in the
eighth grade. She has attended
Temple Zion Religious School for
the past five years and i- now in
the graduating class
The celebrant will be ho
with a reception at th. Ci
Hotel on Saturday night

David Sholk
On Saturday. Nov 21
son of Mrs. lleen Sholk a
Jack Sholk. will be Bat v,tj
at Temple Tifereth J a
David is a student m : .
grade at Miami Spt
High He is interested
and his hobbies Include i
lecting. slot car racing
ing fish

Ronald Lawn
Ronald, son of Mr and Mrs
l.awn. 1860 NF. 183rd Si
come Bar Mitzvah on S
Nov 27. at Beth Tor., |
gation
Ronald is an eighth
dent at John F Kenm
High, where he plays
in the school orche
attends the pre-confir-
at Beth Torah
Glen Fine
On Saturday mornini
Glen Alan, son of I1
Seymour H Fine. 5300
Rd will be Bar M
Temple Net TamM
Glen Alan is a stude'
his Junior High and Ti
Tamiri Religious s..
golfer He is the grand-
Henrietta Fine, of Surfs
president of Temple '
Sisterhood.
Kiddush will follow th.
and reception will be I
day .veiling at the 1
' kfl
-ervic
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Now Refurbished
Over I13o,000 ha- been budgeted
for the renovation and refurbish
'icnt of Waldman'i Hotel, a<
log to Sam Waldman president "f
Um hotel gra
Whan are ire finished with the
coration are will have om of
the most gUmorom koaher ta
Miami Beach, *aid Waldman
Mnsl of the Impmvcmrnls will
. .n rosnpleted h> Thankj
Day, Waldman added
psu Mill Ik* pleasant!) sur
prised with the nee pool fi
I itio and thr dining room "
Waldman'i eoli ne has won
mam pi u hotel and restau
rant rxbibilioni S r
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aill light up foi 'in h ., 01 Dec
23, arith the opening of the Sup-
reme* and Jack I Leoi ard i
to appear throui h Jan i
11.< s i|.....is including Diana
Ross, Florence Ballard, an.! Mar)
WHson, are America'i lop expon
ent of "The Detroit Sound," blues
with a pop boat
Jack K Leonard ka ,i comedian'i
comedian acknowledged lo r- one
of the best ...I lihlx r- in the busi
asaa
Peart Bailee h*i:m h> r tm day
agement on Jan 21 Eddie
Fisher haa been signed ii> appear
Feb 4 to 13 He last appeared at
th- hotel laro wasoni ago in ,i hit
ihoa "ti the bill with Joe K Lewii
rhe late Februan alot will be
filled bj Johnnj I arson Mar of
Bosch Named Trustee
., m Bosch chairman of the
old Bacardi Rum
pjtn haa bei i i imed i trustee
i edari of Lebanon Hospital in
Miami Announcement of Bo
lintmenl was made this week
by hospital president, Harry I.
Lewis


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r M ith a flair for I
mngs who rocketed to stardom
with his recording of I'
Schoen,' ii penned for Mar. 7 to
13
Joe E Lewis hai been set for
Mar 18 to 27 date It will I*' his
l'.th consecutive winter date at
the F.den Koc.
Sharing the billing honors with
lewis is c'onme Francis to whom
the Eden Koc is almost a second
horn*
Trim I-nrn-7 who made his first
Miami Beach appearance last sea-
son at the Fden ROC, following the ,Jldames
Frank Sinatra Joe F Lewis pet
forma nee, has been Inked to head
line the April 11 to 11 show
liin fiiktr
JWV Auxiliary
Fetes Children
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary.
Post 380, gave .< recent party at
the Hope School for Retarded
Children
In charge of the affair wen-
Rojat ttuUhen;. child
welfare chairman Evelyn Decky.
president; Pauline I Lazarus.
vici [resident and ROM Winick.
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ret s us Marx Faber. playing the mute
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at of Susanna." to be \ d this
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::...- opeia. Put .ni s Gianni Schicchi."
:ture to be sung in English.
bifc K' "* Hotel 8 scheduled for a December opening
' naugural season. Being built by Daniel Burack. well-
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**cav 'h<' ho,el 'u 'ulrt ,5 min"tes bom Miami on Key
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Jewlsfi n^rldlar
Friday, Nov.
Temple Sinai Will
Mark Anniversary
Here Sunday Eve
On Sunday, at p m the tenth
;tnnivei>ai > dinner dnicc ol Tem-
ple Sinai of North Dade "ill be
held at the Carillon Hotel
Rahbi Sanford Seltzer, remonal
director of the Southeast Council
of the Union of American Hebrew
Congregation*, will bring greet-
irom the I'AIK'
Seymour Shafran, vice presi-
dent and ways and means chair-
man, will preside at the affair.
Rabbi Daniel M. Lewy,
spiritual leader of Temple Sinai,
will conduct the ceremony com-
memorating the anniversary.
Past president- of the Temple.
Saul Sabad. Lloyd Ja\e. Harold A
ene, Sam Lulxll. Dr. Alvin
Krasne and Al Sherman, will be
honored Cantor cint Gale will
-.iil: "What is the SyagOgue to
Mi
Dr. Stanford Cooke, president of
the temple, will introduce officers
the current year: Seymour
Shafran, Hy Bournstein, second
vice presidents; Maurice Swift,
treasurer; Ralph Hollander, cor-
ponding secretary; Cerald
Mots, financial secretary: Mr-
Ann Kaufman, recording secre-
tary.
Cooke will also introduce execu
-o director. Irving Jacobson. and
tha presidents of the Brotherhood
and Sisterhood. Al Sherman and
.Mrs Seymour Shafran.
RABBI SANfOKD SUlZtB
Workmen's Circle
In Varied Events
Members of the Workmen's
Circle branches in Greater Miami
are planning many activities for
December. Starting Wednesday.
Dec. 1. 8 p.m.. North Dade Branch
will hold its monthly meeting at
Washington Federal. 699 NE 167th
St.
Morris Schafetz will show the
film, "On a Raft." from his private
film collection.
Miami Branch will hold its reg-
ular bi-monthly meeting on Thurs
day. Dec. 3. 8 p.m at 1545 SW
3rd St. Max Gleiherman ia chair
man.
Greater Miami Culture Group
will hear Michael Sossin, mem-
ber of the Florida Commission
on Aging, at its monthly meet-
ing at Washington Federal, 1234
Washington Ave. on Friday,
Dec. 3, at 1 p.m. Group is af-
filiated with the I. L. Pereti
Workmen's Circle Schools in Mi-
ami.
Annual banquet and concert of
the I. L. Pereti Workmen's Circle
Schools will take place on Sun-
day, Dec. 5. 6 p.m., at the Carib-
bean Hotel. Cantor Zvi Adler. of
Temple Emanu El. will give a con-
cert of Yiddish and Hebrew songs.
Sunday. Dec. 12. at 6 p.m..
Creator Miami Workmen's Circle
Chorus will hold a Chanuka ban-
quet and concert at 25 Washington
Ave. The chorus is directed by
Ben Yomen. Tickets can be ob-
tained at the office or by con-
tacting Mrs Nathan Coon.
Rabbi David Rosenfeld will do
.. book review, as part of the bi-
monthly lecture series Of the 1. L.
Pereti Schools on Tuesday, Dec.
14 He will review "Jewish Mar-
ge Anthology." The series is
red the second and fourth
h month at 1545
3rd si Mas Gkiberman con
community sing to open
the evening.
A Chanuka party on Satur-
day, Dec. 18, at 8 p.m., will be
held by Miami Beach Branch,
t Wa^ungton Federal, 1133
Normandy Dr. The evening will
include a play performed by
members of the branch.
Sunday afternoon, Dec. 19. at
1545 SW 3rd St., a Chanuka parly
I i school children and their par-
will be held. Refreshments
prepared bj the Women's Club
ol Branch 800
Miami Beach Club Everglades
Branch will hold n> regular mon-
thly meeting on Sundaj Dee. 19.
8 M p m at 1545 SW 3rd St.
Nathan Doug Raff
Passes Here at 62
Nathan Doug Raff, a 37 year re
sident, and a past president of the
Greater Miami Hotel Aasocation,
died Nov. 18 at the age of 62.
Mr. Raff, originally of New
York City, lived with his wife,
lane, at 353 W. 47th St.
Active in many civic affirs. Mr.
Raff was an apartment house
owner and a past member of the
Miami Beach Planning Board, lie
also belonged lo the Tropical
Charter Hotel Greeters and was
a member of Temple Israel and
Variety club.
Raff was president of the Mi
ami Beach Little League and a
past vice president of the Miami
Beach Optimist Club.
In addition to his wife, he is
survived by a son. Martin, and
daughter-in-law. Rochelle, No. Mi-
ami Beach.
Service! were held Nov. 22 at
the Riverside Alton Rd. Chapel.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY Jl OURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA i\ PROBATE
No. 6*!29
IV
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All
H
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md d<
mand* hi li \.....n ij havi
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1,1 ,. w ihlli tx calendar month* '
in. of the firm publication hw-
ill be i, ii i. .i
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A* kdmlnti iral l> '"TV
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Movi ml- r,
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 68*37-B
IN H '
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J riCE TO CREDITORS
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LEGAL NOTICE
iN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN. AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PRObATE
No. S8761 C
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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III,. ll. Will' III dlll'l:...'....... .i- pro-
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hi. -. in th. r ffi,.-.- In 11 I
nousa la 11 > i t F
within all rnli'nil.ir nmlhi from Hi"
inn. ..I ill- Ili-i publleal N.ii hi
or Ihf wini.- will 1. Imt-i'.l
i it.-i .,i Miami, t-Wl'iu. '
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FLORIDA IN pa fiVi
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NOTICE UNDER
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Mr* Nathan itoodman, Miami
l ... '. and Mr* i lull ratila
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N. .. V. k .'in
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RIv.-1-nl M- Rd .
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PRESTON. Mr* Rajr, Baj Harbor l >r dli Ni
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ROSENFELD. II, lip 1- ,,f
lull
No\
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
N'orn'K is HKRKHY UIVKN that'
b) virtue of 'ii.t.1,1. r CTS "f Plorldn
Annotated HMD, Ware-
i Warehouai R*> mi-.
aherrln \.'i:i:ii VAN LINE*. INC
,i l ', ...[.i.. il'.n i.\ virtue "I it*
w.. i. hwti lb n, ha la It* i
ill., followlne lean '. .1 : rt)
Kurnlturc and HouaehoM racawa-
Ai the propi rtj ( Mr J. '
lleavllln, 1M i ".... in. nt Avenue,
Mantobiir, xj end ih^i un the nih
( I.-. ii.h.r IMS, .lnilij; the
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Ai'i:-i; i. VAN i.iNi:s. INC
. is a
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No aseia7tt
K s Ml'REX i ill
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s. I. PATTMHMN and \^ W I.i:
win. the Mat Daiectore and Tlaelian
ol siii.i eonpomtloa; Mil uiikii..v%n atac-1
oeeaora In int.-i.-t. aikiii-. *. Tn- i
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.'latni.ifiti* lalnilnjr I.v. Ihrnuirli. und.r'
acainal l'Al>i; .ihnty Alt-i
\'T TITI.K IVSt Il.tXi'K A
TRI'ST i'i iMI'.XN y. f.,rmM-|v known'
aa DADE i'iH.N'IT TITI.K IN'SI'R- 1
ANi'K Tttl'ST ii'Ml'VNV. a dl-
anlvrd Klorldu r..rj"TIi"i>:
THOMAM ensTH;\N. KUWARH
BITUCK, John l' .i.i\ i:. s. u
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IN THE CIRCUIT i.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
FLORIDA IN AND FOB I
COUNTY. IN CHANCI
No 6 C
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parti. i% havtna
any rtarht, Utla
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and all natfnBO*!
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anil int. r. m in an-i
NOTICt BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF rMr
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DA-
COUNTY. IN CHANCEP
No. 65C IW93
and/or| iu-:hini-\ BAKER,
ri.nntlff,
ERWIN.I WILLIAM JL BAKER,
lord.
N2SI K
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SW
T. r HalUndale, I'l.i died
s- n li in Philadelphia.
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SHAPIRO. Joseph I., 7, '' MSS i'..l-
in \v. ,n.,l N',.% jii s.r\lc. In
New york City Wverstdi
Siegal. M> Hertha, IS, <( !"."] NE
it Avi died Not .-. rvlcea In
-N'.n York fit) Rlveralde
WETZLEH. Wend) M. IK, ,.f :.|,
Eaal I'i.. ,i....! Not _i. k,.. ,i,
WALTERS. Katbryn S, :..
W I'..i. Harbor 1^ ,i,.-.i .\
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EINBINDER. Joseph t*. ol ." -l Bher-
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BERKOWITZ, Inim... .
Jan ra Avi '. i. -...,, ..
.. Rivei aide.
BODIN. Mis. ..,.,. Nu
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CANTER.
SW ITlli
SP.EGEL. I.i.,.
I.......I Nov.
COOPER.
No*
LOBEL.
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Kiliii.ni. 14, ol
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of :!
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SHERBER. Joaoph Anthony. 1
r. i died Not 18.
vVARSHAW, Mam
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SAF IER. i. ob I.
Ave-. died M
TELL. I.
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VILATZER. li. UN KW
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Night Club Program
West Miami Ladies' Auxiliary.
Jewish War Veterans, will hold a
\i^ht Club night at the Carillon
Hotel, on Saturday. Dec 4. al 9:30
p.m. Hrs s M Gold ^ in eh
of reservations.
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN S SALE
KtrriCE is HERi-Jlt! UIVKN that
b) \ l| .. ..f i 'luvpti r IT* ..I I'l.Ti.la
. i Wan
i Wan-niiun lie.
when n v 'i: i: H VAN i.im :.- ; S
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the followlnn d.
Furniture and Household Posnes.
Ions A Ih* propert) ,.l Mi- i'mII
Ml tub. II, bios Rual u I'liUeari
Psj Ml and thai "ii lh 17th da)
..f iHvember, li'.. durlna the leal
hours .! salt mainly bi taeen
-ii and I M in in* .i(t. in...
N W th Avenue, Miami, II. r-
the undenatirned shall offei
...i,. al blddet tot tah In
li.iinl ihe ..' ......-. -ii- .1 .-.. rtj ,,f
Cyril Mitchell, (103 II
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day .f November,
ACE-K i. VAN links, in.'
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No, 65C 12062
THE \\ 11,1,1 kMSUL'RUIl HAVINGS
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Pis 'iff.
l"-lti.- ll MOFPETT, a Mnato
a on .n
NOTICE OF SUIT
ii Moffett, .. altujla .., ,,,
Marina
" by noting that tin
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to ih- propert} Involved n. this ult.
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Bouth, -I 11.. .-ih. in al n ..f Ih*
Clt) < Miami, Imiuc 1-,-t ..t
ni- "D" NduUi "i M
North "l inth street, and West "i
Made .it M.
to Ihe M 11 i-,.,n I.
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f laa I'ul. Rei
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NOTICE TO APPEAR
To: DADE '"N"i \ \ its i i: \. T II-
i. \n. i; rid ,T
CUM HANI kaoan -
I'M'i: cocn rv itii.i: in.-i h
ANCB A MCls-r COMPANY, ,.
.I... i|m ,| Flnrl '. i
and Till >MAS i uetTlOAN li >.
WAR!I iti kki: |..||N r 1.1,
n E, s. U I'A ITERt* .\ and W.
u ERWIN, ih. last htrertora
and Trust sea oi saM oorporataon;
Ail unk 10a i. ,n m.
terest, \ ;.,... .. i ...
Heirs, Devtsei -. I.ex a l i i
-. I... nora, tVedlUH
olalmanta rhalmins I
throuch, un.i. i
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1 n n TI i'l.i. in.-, i: vNCK ,v
rn. -i COMPANY, .. rtlssan-d
FliORUM
'I'lli >M AH i '-,., \
Vs \Ui. hi RKE JOHN F ol,-
IVE, S L I'NTTKi.-. >N .1 u
^ KRWIN, lbs last Director*
All unknown pui i i nnvlna -
.....ma I" lm\
,.""" '-.....-' DAUB HI hVybaid Bu
V \l:-. |< li i i ii (j
tM H ,v i i:ist COM- v,,..,..... rr r
I i.|.-n.l:int
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Wl I J.I AM K BAI
. a Peter Baker
.." I .. .n Aval
i 'litt'.n. N. a '.
^ i u ll.1.1 \M II B*J>
h.-i.-i. nouned ihit I i
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aaalnai I -n. and y**t <- t
s.-i,. ,
Ins i.i ihe Hill of O
Itslntli I ,.it-.i i.. v i,\ i \ tl .....
MAN i .-', in.
man. Id Heybold Butldlnx. Mia
da and Hi.- lb ,. asm
. ir Pie id iik in the oil > the I
of th< i .....* I-
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i nl t.. .|.. ... Sudan *
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demanded In the llll i
Thai aotloe ahatl pabllsbed oom
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in i hi: -ii;vv ish i LoRJDLVN
DONE AND IRI >EItl 'I' al Ml
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NOTICE UNDER
riCTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HKMKH1 UIVEN
rn. undersfcrned, dest i lo enca
i, ,.i i. -- undei .in. j
J li. REICH ..i I-.i X I.B ISth At
N Miami liew. h. Inland
name a
any nijlii. utu- the Clreult '"i >.
and Inter, -i u, and t.. i he mt- FVm kin
i B1TY IT! ktVINtl si:i;s ICE
IN
El I I
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, '"' an i. BACH UF V"l
i-i you b) Hi- Plain. ---------------------------------------- -
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE! COURT
'*'," '"' ;l" V tins title IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
*"" '" FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No MS49C
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Avi NOT.CE TO CREDITOR
T.. All .
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Florida
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November 26. 1965
* Jen i*lFhrkflrtr
Page 15-B
lEGAL NOTICE
,,-, S COURT
1, COUNTY,
*OBATE
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[ .,,,,!- and < -
have MPBlnal
si;rc>TA,
..,,-.. Florida.
. ,,.!.. Cum-
in .liu.H.-.ite
In dupll< at*.
-. iion
In I ;.!- fotiii-
ii His fp.m
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BY HENRY LEONARD
TRAV^i

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BRIO* I ,R DADE
NCERY
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ICATION
,lAnd here, young lady, is just the tour for you,
. thirty nights in London, Stockholm, Paris
and Rome, and for Zede's sake, breakfast
in Tel Aviv." ____ _
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 68649-C
IN Ki: Km,I.- ..f
.-I KAN M KYI III
Dell Wed
NOTICE OF PROBATE
tim: st \ti: of ru>RU> \
in A I.I. I'KltSONS INTERESTED IX
THE |>TA'l'i: IF SAID DECEDENT.
-i .it.- hi reb) t i -. i t 1 th.u a Wl'lt-
i. ii iTiMiiim.nl purpurtlnf t" be the
I u 1,1 .Mi.l 1. -l.ilil.nl ul said di- -
dent I>-. i ii admitted to probate In
-., ,i i '..uri You are hi i bj i
. in.i nded within six i i Ii nd.....ntln
from Ihi date of the fii-i puhllcat
nl ihh noth i" appear In nald i "tun t
: Hhou i aum II
ii,. .,. i|on ,.f -1l-l Co sit In adn
-., ,i ,i ill to probati not .-land
tunv\v i*d
CKOlltlE t ri.ARK
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p -i puollcatlon of th..- nolle
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ATTENTION '
ATTORNEYS.
+Jenist fkridfirr
ollcita your legal notice*.
W* appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rales .
Dial Wn 3-46M
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65CV
4MIT1I
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SUIT FOR D.VORCE
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i..... Lincoln Road H
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NOTICE UNO^R
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
HY ijlVKX that
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66849-B
in n
U II.K1AM MICH VET. HOI.TZ Si:
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All n ,
i it Said

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^LBLICATION
IT COURT OF THE
3 C AL CIRCUIT OF
0 FOR DADE
IN CHANCERY
*SC 12457
i i X INti,
M.Nn,
? OR D.VORCE
M'A'.XlNll
u n
'I ADAQNINO, :n.-
hat ;i Hill i,( t'oiu-
ha Wn filed
"il lire r..|li!i>-.l to
i Anawi r or I'l- .,,1
nsplaim on tin
am;i:i/i A M.I.
lie A Sli.-|Mr.l, 4iiii
Miami, Hoi i.la. .,,,.I
r or Plamdlna
U i'l, ik ,,f tli.
tin- ISnd day
' you r.iii i......
default will i,.- i.,,.. I,
'lie relief demanded
! plaint.
i ibllabad "i.- i
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I" 1 Ki.|;i|i|.\N
|>I-.|.ki;i;i. .,, Miami,
daj .,r November,
Hi
pn.i: m \\. nark.
"iinty. riaridl
I' copeLand
fctj dork
Put:
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNT-. IN CHANCERY
No 60C 12S51
WILLIAM II SBLUItl,
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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i,m: xm. ,.i:i.ki:k1' ..: Miami
::,,, ,i.i:. ,., November,
I A 1> IS
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. S5C 12544
Jl'KK l-~rKKI.K Ht'BLU
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NOTICE OF SUIT
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Y i-.MiM.li.int for Wvore* naa been niea
ajeninst >ou. un.l > ou are i-l""" '
... rve a cops of your Anawer "i otnei
pleading upon Palntwra "''""'">;
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Boad, M ." i Beach, Florida, and ni<
the original of yo -;' "', ",l"'1
pleadliW In the office ol the !'"-'''
,,. ,.,, Court, Dade ount>,
Onurthouai Miami, Horkla, on or tie-
fore 11m Mrd day of ......-nM..i. i
in default "f which .. l-.- .- Proj on-
feNHo will be anlered analnat you.
Doted ., Miami. Dade County, Flpr-
i.ia. Urla Hth 4aj < November. !.>.
K i: i.K.A I lll-.RMAX. Clerk.
i-ir.vilt Court, !"! County, hl.wlda
(.Ml) in K 8NBBDKN
Ivptity t'lerk
of iii.- Court
Count). Plorl ii
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JAY KASIll'K
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 68630C
IN ItK Entitle of
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 67984 C
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NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
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LEGAL NOTICE
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CO'-P-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 68781A
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 68741-A
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTH K is IIKRKRY tJIVKN
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l\N AMBRICAN HANDBAO CO.
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Inl, iii|H to r.ti-i. i aald mime
null in. Clerk of t..- Circull Court
,.i I ..,!. Counts. I'l"i Ida
M \xi ITK OAJtCIA
II. .\ VRU KAI.IS11
Attorn*)
dul'ont Bide., Miami. Kla. ^
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. SSS42 A
IX RB: Bitate "f
MARTHA MKI.I.MAN.
1 leoeaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i-redltor* and All Persona Hay-
ing rialma or iH-maiidH Asalnat Bald
Batato: ,
You are hereby notified and re-
.itiii. .1 t.. preaent any I'laitns and de-
mands whl.-h you may have aralnal
!,o- .,-,.,.. "I MARTHA MBIXMAN,
d. i taed late of Ifcide County, Florida,
I,, Hi., i-oiiniy .Indue* ol' Mule Coun-
ts and ft I.- the sain. In duplicate and
aa provided In Rectlon 733.16, Florida
Statin--. In their office* In the Coun-
ty c.nriliou.-e In l>ade County, Flori-
da \> thin -iv calendar month
tin- time "f the Oral publication here-
I ,. ime ill be barred
i..,i..i ,,i Miami. Florida, Hi
,.,- i.. tober, \ D 1*
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Fir*t publication "f thla n
the 5th duy of November, I II
SIMON. HAYS i-.RfXliWI ll.i
tttorneya tot On-BSxecutora
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the ;in..... ili" fh'M ; ibll
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Dated ..t Ilium F oi Ida il"-
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FIRST NATU 'X Al. RANK
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i-,. Bxecutors
Kir-t publication >-f thla
the 12th da> "i November,
SMITH K MAX HI.KK
B) Harry it smith
Attorne) for Co-Bxecutor
K>1 Uncoln Road UE 1-7*17)
n I2-1-N, 12 3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA iN PROBATE
No. 6839S B
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To VII Credil Ha* '
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HBRBBY OIVBN that
th" nnd. ralftned, dealrlm t" angage In
bualneaa under the flcUUoua name nl
RBSTO ..1 tnt X \Y T.Mh Street, Mi-
ami intends t.. nttisi' i said name
with tin- Clerk "f tiie Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
lll.XWIfK BglU'MBNT .VXD
SKCI'KY CORP.
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl I ICE IS IIKKKI'S OIVBN that
the underalarned, deal ring '. enrase In
bualneaa under th* Hctltlou* n
Till: KTKAK RANCH al 3601 B.W,
Dixie nv mi.-nd* i" reatater anld
name a-lth the Clerk ..f the Circull
fourt of Had. County, KVi'l'
l-KVItuXIA M \\ Kl.t.lS
MARK l-SI'.l II
Attorne)
1011 An-'.. ) HldK.
11 I".11 "R '*
NOTICE L'NDFR
FICTITiC. S NAME LAW
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PONT flAI.l I'lliKs l.Tl. INC
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K,.\ NEK MANNHK1MKR .^
GRKKNK1BUD
An..i x- f..i- DLTONT HAKKKKir.3
LTD INC.
son i >n|H.T,t Plaaa i "enter
Miami. Florida 13181 is-it-lt-
7n_the^county judges cou..
in and for dade county,
florida in probate
No. 66554-B
IX RB: Ksi.ii. i
JOSEPHINE WKIS'/.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHAHGE
NOTICE I* hereb) Riven thai l have
filed a Final Report an I f,,r
filatrlbutlon and Final DlacharRe a*
i.x.. nioi ..i the .-in. ol J" iSEPBIrlB
\\l'l>'/. dece.....I and that "ii th"
loth da> "I November, l...... "ill ap-
plj io (he Honorable Counts Judirra
of Had,- County, Florida, for ap-
i Final Report and for
MatrlbuthHi and final dlacharRe aa
. x., utoi "i tli. -'>' "i the above-
named decedent This th day of
in tober, I
K i i:r w Ki.i.is.-ii Kxecutor
tte of
JOSEPHINE wkisz. Deceaaed
KURT UKKKlst-li. Attorne]
-.it.- of .lo.s,.plilni- W'eisz.
I leceaaed
l<7 Alni.-ria Avenue
Coral Oablea, Florida 33134 >b m


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