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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 7, 1966

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

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 7, 1966

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

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University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01927

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
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Jewish. Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ii:me 39 Number 1
Miam. Florida Friday January "
. wo S
\DL Questions Shipping Line on Haifa Stop
By Special Report
frhi- Anti Defamation League of
!.,, B'rttb this week queatioiMd
American President Lines state-
fnl that it had cancelled a sch.d
(! SS Roosevelt stop at Haifa,
rarl. because of United Arab Re
bhc threats to deny the CTUlM
ip passage through the Sum
nal
A Urn -;< kesman on l><, 2H
told the Associated Preaa in San
Francisco thai .1 stop .it I'ir.v us,
Greece was substituted f<>i Haifa
after trie UAK said it would not al
low the President RoOMVeH to go
through the Canal if it stopper! at
the Israeli port The ship is sched-
uled to leave from San Franc-cn
on Jan. 2*1 on a round the world
cruise
Arnold Forsfer, general coun-
sel of the League, declared that
inquiries at the U.S. State De-
partment revealed "no evidence
that the UAR had threatened
such action or that the American
President Lines had asked our
government's help in the face of
such a threat."
According to Forster, the State
S MASLOW SEES IT
\iili-Semitism
No Threat
lo Latin Jews
1 IRK ITA Politi
;tal ilitj rather than anti
nism, ii the major thn al
II i erici '' I
I ,,.i ol ai Vnci itai w
. rtudj mission report-
this week Thi mission
led Argentina, Brazil, Chile,
: \ enezuela
m secutlve director of
UCongress Mid the mission
, ,i threi week rtudj ol Jew-
imunities in I ai acai Rio
Janeiro, Buenos \ res Sa i
antiai and I in i al the
n ol the central Jewish
i>( the five nationi He Mid
mission found the activities ol
Semitic groups in South Amer-
iporadlc and their influence
: i rally negligible.
However, he said, "pervasive
political discontent throughout
he continent, aggravated bv
cute poverty, could develop in-
violent social upheaval-
ravaly affecting not only local
wish communities but every
merit of society."
One of South American Jewry's
rticulariy acute problems, he
Continued on Page ISA
Nazi Items
Sale Hit By
VJComni.
SHING l"x- The
I i i
'
ol Naii p ia bj
lute l States Inti 11 al Revi
Sen H i and indicated that, un-
it tlonal < tione,
nent n ht eithei de
iy th.' Nazis ln| tin
i art) ;i "fait value tax
redit, or return the items to
i orgf Lincoln Rockwell
An iks auction ol the Nazi
arty propert) h.:~ been temper-
> deferred bet aw of Rook-
l pending hearing in which he
appi.ion. it.. .,ii injunction and
a complaint bj s- n clif-
i Caae New Jei -, j Repub
an Sen i I that sale bj
items as
. and hate literature,
d to meet in paid taxes would
federal authorities "in the
tion of purveying f< i profll
Continued on Page 9-A
W/tl MAS10W
pn.osivr dijeontant
Eahkol Hopes
To Present
i\ew GovX
JERUSALEM (JTA) A UI1
ailing Premier K-hkol indicated
he hoped to present a new coali
tion to Israel's Parliament befon
his mandate expired
The up-anddown negotiations
lelt uncertain whether the Prcm
ier-deaignaU could submit a 73-
eat coalition, including the balky
National Religious party, or a 63
seat kovci T.incvt of hi- own M.ip.n
tchdul Alignment, plus Mapam
and the Indepi ndenl Liberals I il
excluding II ous bii <
Earlier in 'he week, the 'our
parties issued a statement that
progress had been made espe
cially on the question of religi-
ous legislation The Premie'
who was hespitaliied recently
because cf exhaustion, was diag-
nosed this week as suffering
frcm a severe co'd and influen-
la. Temporarily his colleagues
in the alignment were handing
negotiation detai's.
Conlnii") on Pan* 3*
Department pointed out "thai
ial ol such passage would
a violation ol the convention un
der which the l ah operates the
Canal, thai no such violation has
occurred sum' Egypt took over its
control and that it had no com-
plaint of such threat before it at
!''. present time "
Forster said he now doubted
the explanation offered by the
. ii an President Lines r
ue had complaim d I
. tmenl ol Commerce tha
rnment subsidized line ia
ing to Arab boycott
sure "
Hi declared that during this
son "American as well as Italian,
Greek, Norwegian and Br.'i-h
cruise ships have stopped at n*h
Continued on Page 6-A
New Mid-East Arms
Race Worries Israel
Jl Rl SA1 EM il \ Pla -
L'nited States and Britain
to supplv Saudi Arabia and J
'. substantial quantities of
pane g and missiles p iul I upset I
V.del e East arms balance, xi -
Meir Israel Foi i ign Min
srai ned this week
s-peaking in the Knesset. Mrs.
Meir said that Israel had no choice
nil to increase its military capabil
itn as tlic o:ii> guarantee for
pi a< i the Middle Baal she
a deput) that Ihe day a
nevi i when the srabs "will
possess military superiority" over
She said the Israel Govern-
ment AwJII take all step* nee
essary to safeguard, nurture and
even enhance th strength of the
Israeli defense forces."
Mrs Meir made her statement
short 1} aftei the State Department
Continued on Page 11-A
RECORD MONTH FOR IMPORTS'
Jon/an Buys $84 Million
In Jets from Or. Britain
LONDON JTA The Jordan
ian Government has decided lo or-
Britain some 30.000.00(1
pound- sterling ($84,000,000 worth
oi supersonic Lightning jet inter
ir lighter planes, subject to
financial ai ran., betweei
the two countries, it was reported
here An official announcement is
xpected within a week
If reports of the sale are con
firmed, il will bring the value oi
exports of British arms to Middle
Eastern countries during the last
th to .. record I24.00u 0
pounds sterling $341 200.000
At the same time, il as n
il Egj pt and the S '
Union ha\ e signed i five s ir
ii an paj ments agreement
the vidume of trade bel
the two countries. Under the .
which will run until 1!*70. trad'
Iween Egypl and the i SSR will be
ncrcard from SltuI.iMK) imvi o
S2t.(Hi0.00(l. The Soviet I'nion -ill
export to Egypt various type* "f
machinery and cquipmtnt. a- -.|
.i- oil and coal.
INDIAN GENERAL LONG-TIME FRIEND Of ARABS
New UNEF Chief Raises Doubt
JERI SAI EM iJTA Israeli
- said lure this week they
itch w ith "caution and
Min:' the actu ities oi an
j fficer, Maj Gen.
ikh w horn I nited
Si i n larj General I'
ted as the new com
niti Nal
force ii area
hei i- as no ofl icia
h< Israel Government ri
ointment,
t was noted here that, in the past,
Israel has been critical regai
ol Indians to kej
United Nations posts since the In
Government regularly sup
ports Arab policies against Israel
v the I 'nited Nations, it -
pointed out thai Gen Rykhye has
military adi iser to the Sec
n tarj General shut link), ho I
not onlj undi
but also under the late Secretary-
I i< m il Dag llamn ai ikold
In naming Gen Rykhye Tl
,.i,i the Ii r would take
i \ Emer encj
Forci on Feb l su< ceding Mai
Syseno i mento .i Bi
an. Gei a| pointmi nl is
Educators Examine Needs
NEW YORK : \ Fifteen
national Jewish organisations in
eluding official representation
from Orthodox Conservative and
irm "ii gs of Judaism, have
ed the Knu i lean \--> iation
foi Jewish I i In a demon
non of i "' ern about
inr con I Jewish educal
it was d last week bj
Hal bi Isadon au preai
UE
Tern
hi toi i> ai hievement," Ri
Bn slau noted thai it marked the
successful completion of more
than three yean of negotiation be
Iween the Association and its new
constituent bodies Forty-five lo
cal central agencies for Jewish
education In the United states ami
will also lie constituent
members
"Jewish education is today the
largest single enterprise of or-
ganiied Jewish life on this con-
tinent,' Dr Bresiau reported. "It
serves more than 700.000 chil-
dren and adolescents in elemen-
tary afternoon schools, day
schools, Sunday schools and high
schools. It involves expendi-
tures of more than $100,000,000
a year, exclusive of several mil-
lion dollars which are expended
for capital outlays. It employs
approximately 17.000 teachers
i' wevei he stated "leaders
of the Jewish community are con
Continued on Page 10-A
AT HANOVER TRIAL
\T itness
Abandons
Food Strike
ER
the
rs charged with
. mass murder ol IS "'
ipied I kraine
k to cancel plans : il i
i strike over the absent I
the accused men from the
hearing Fram Hunki the only
!.. appear at the trial,
,i- sentenced to life imprison-
ment
The four witness,- were David
i 4ii a kibbutz member
whoa parents wen murdered in
then the Polish Ukraine;
i Golden berg 51 a llaiia
i fficer; and a couple, Mr,
i \ K. Sawitski, of J< rusalem.
'!' i :.i uncut chargi d that
SS Office rs com nut tree, the killoi-s
Continued on P<(C 11-A


Tcze 2-A
>knisl Fkridinr
'-':'. Ian-10-v 7
300 Expected Will Attend Florida Region
Anti-Defamation League Meet Jan. 16
FOR BELATED STORItS PAGE S A
- me 300 leaden of the Florida
I (ioa, Ann Dolamation LeagUfl
ul B nai B nth. are expected to
. i mm in Miami on Sunday. Jan.
14 ..I tin- Dupont Plaza Hotel tor
the Al>L- Mutual board meeting
c Leonard I.. Abess Human Ke-
latiooa Award Luncheon.
Invitations lrom Board Chair-
Jud^c William L. Pallot ha\e
t n sent to board members and
friends and supporters of the Lea-
I in all parts of the St3te of
I ( rida.
PTA Offering
Series on Children
Sabal l'alm pta is presenting a
pn cram dealing with the emo-
tional and physical development
of children trom the age of 6 to
early teens
The aerial of six films and riis-
( --ions will delve into the rela
t onships a child has with his sibl-
ings parents and teachers, accord-
r l.i Blanche Classerman, study
group chairman of the PTA
First of the series '*s held last
Inesday and featured a talk by
1 Samuel Feldman on "Sociable
Six to Noisy Nine "
Program next Wednesday, at 8
I will feature Prof Frank
I in a discussion of "De-
imental Characteristics <>f
I ';t-
The 1966 Leonard L. Abess
Human Relations Award will be
presented to the Dade County
Public School System and to
Joseph L Brechner, president of
Television Station WFTV of Or-
lando, Fla. The award Is given
annually to recognize an in-
dividual, organization, institu-
tion or medium of communica-
tion for "furthering the goal of
better human relations and con-
tributing substantially to the
well-being of citizens of the
State of Florida."
The Dade Comity Public School
System will be honored tor "serv-
ing our nation in fulfilling the
American dream of according an
equal education to all."
The awards committee believed
that the Dade School System me
rited special recognition because
"it has been in the forefront in
carrying OUt the mandates of the
CongreM and the courts, in imple-
menting the true meaning of a
public school system in a demo-
cratic society."
Brechner. president and gen-
eral manager of Television Station
WFTV' In Orlando, will t>e honored
BS a "champion of democracy and
forthright spokesman for decencj
and honor among men
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Paqe 3-A
shkol Hopes for Coalition
Mrs
Israel's
since 1956
For
Continued from Page 1-A
Be fiftli Knesset he enacted
lliat Sabbath work be pro
fed hi tin new porl of Astulod.
ere ia ^p chanee of a reunion
reeii tne Mapai Party and
the dependent political
|j> tormw. by ex Premier David
Ben-Gurion when he broke au ij
from Mapai iasl summer, accord-
ing i" .i statement b) Mr Bn-
Gurion published in Tel Avit [hit,
u eek
Writing in the Rafi organ, Mabal
Hadash, Mr Ben-Ourion rejected
a call for Mapai Rafi reconcilia-
tion issued by Davar, the organ of
Histadrut, the Israel federation ol
lal>or and backbone of Mapai In
his negative reaction to Dover's
reconciliation proposal. Mr. lt''n-
Gurion also renewed his personal
attack against Prime Minister Esh
kol
Golda Men
eign Minister since 1996 an
nounced officially this week thai
the iii retire she made the sn
nouncement at a meeting ol the
Knesset foreign affairs and si
t> committee Mrs Men- thanked
the parliamentary committee,
with which she has had the closes!
association for almost a decade
for its cooperation
Meir's possible retire-
ment from the Foreign Ministry
position has been rumored hers
recently. It is expected that sne
will be succeeded in the post oy
Abba Eban.
He was for man) > i ars Isr
Ambassador to both the L'n l d
Stall and the I nited Nat
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Volume 39
Number 1
Friday. January 7. 1966
15 Teveth 5726
Stumbling Block
Or Caretaker
^^n

On the one hand, there has been
scrr.e sharp criticism that the Na-
il Religious Party took the delib-
erate position of stumbling block to
Lev. Eshkol's more efficient and rap-
id :c: motion of a Coalition.
The party has been demanding
fitments to stop all Sabbath
at the new Port of Ashod, as
we., as various concessions in the
. of education.
Principally heard has been tl
ge that the National Religious
Party seems increasingly bent on
.ising religion with state tur.c-
tior.s. hence in many ways compris
inc tnose who aie such ardent pro-
ponents of their separation both in
Isrcel and in other lands.
But, on the other hand. Israel is
a particular kind of government ca-
tering to the needs of a particular
k:nc of society. What sort of nation
would Israel be with religion fill
Oul c: the lileblood of its people?
prophets understood this di-
lemma rather well. Does not the end
of Samuel deal with the issue of secular versus
divine government? What the National Relig-
ious Party seems to be saying is that Israel
will no longer be a Jewish State if the ancient
prmciples of Judaism are set aside as fossils
merely to be adored at occasional festivals.
We make no excuses for the demands of
either side. But we do suggest that a Jewish
lend and a Jewish people have little to rec-
ommend either their condition or the possibil-
ity of their survival when they reduce them-
selves to mere nominal Judaism.
. *Q000 NEW** F0i\ 1966
NOTICE
Israel seems highly unlikely. Bui
far as Israel is concerned it woul
be a wonderful thing.
Aid to Saudi Arabia
The State Department's approval of U.S. as-
sistance to Saudi Arabia in the form of a mass-
ive S400 million air defense system raises the
guestion: defense against what?
This is in line with the Johnson Administra-
. s new image in the Middle East. Until re-
cently, the President went pretty much his own
way. calling the shots as he saw them.
Now. he seems to be tax::;g his clues :
the State Department. The $400 million
tense system is certainly no less than a de-
thing in the Dei I s eye.
cunt help won -t Mr. |
sen would do today in the case o! the Levi
Eshkol visit to the U.S. lust year. Would
have asked the Si. B approval?
All of which is by the way of sugge.
what has be*>n observed in these coiu:
again and again. The new U.S assist to Saudi
Arabia is more offer.sr. 9 thu:i defensive no mat-
ter what the State Department says to explain
it, and no matter how silent Mr. Johnson re-
mains in epproving it.
The Yonkers Disaster
The fire that gutted a YMHA in Y
N.Y.. is a major tragedy. The shew : ::.
ship on the part of other organizations and de
nominations to help the "Y" with tern]
quarters and fund-raising efforts is one "
warms the heart in a world where too n. i
men turn away from the needs ot others in a
cold and callous fashion.
It is sad that YMHA otr.
suing an arson investigation th.:t
in tact suspicious of several of th<
ployees.
But whatever the motiv
twisted minds that resulted in-
to twelve innocent people, tht
:ed to the "Y" by the Yonki
': sis in some ::: I
. terrible ii
Franco-Israeli Relations
President Shozai's telegram of congratula-
tion to President de Gaulle carried with it an
invitation for the French leader to visit Israel.
Although de Gaulle s reply speculated up-
on a possible trip at some time in the future, it
certainly would be a diplomatic interchange de-
voutly to be hoped for.
Despite Gen. de Gaulle's reply that he
had been deeply moved by President Shazar's
expression of fnendshio and that his faith re-
mained >n in the -ontinuously strength-
ening relations betwe. I Israel,
the k:rts -re quite to th i:y.
Franco-Israel tie* have never been at a
lower ebb The pol:t the M.ddle
East today are su Gaulle visit to
during the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
Friday. January 7, 19G8
A COLUMN here- on It.,',!,-
** Roland Gmetnohn ie\crt
urek- aeo ha* elicited
rather unhappy respo|
the column. I (fisc^s^.l || in,
Gittelsotin*fl reactfbTi >.
withdraws] of hi- cit.r,
- ri American I^ecioii Poji .
he WAS listed umirn; >
of an anti Viet Nam
ttrstion in Weshii
I had dons was to m;..
some of our spiritual leaden seem '" be *MH '"' '
trt i>r.mar> rabbinic pun'-.' Rabbi OMtelsoba appeared to mc
case in point
To i>.'uin with. I cited his recent authorship of a beoh
crated Unto Me." published under the suspices of the i
vmenean Hebrew iatin* The book. Beared for teen,
i studj in the weaning of love, srx, marriage, pre-marita]
and the choosing ol j mate
Hum. disposed ol this rather ouickh. I went on to tl
t-un of the American UaUpn citation It wai here that I w
that Rabbi then as a knowledgeable exponei I ol US foreign affair- pa
lj vie, N.,:. ,i, CUred his more fundamental reason lor beii
rabbinic responsibilit) to the communit) he serves
The unhsppj response to the column deserves Miml e
ly. a was based on mj reference to COa*svcret<
I had not previ eei the hook and -imply quoted
. ditoi in-chiel ot the JewiUi i.-i.
Vgencj l must h ee with mj dissenters; nnu ti.ji ...
... : ,iui nol lead the bonk hunx
l. he i- Straight tn
,:\ morals and hence enth
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A Political Reality
Israeli authorities
Hungary has refused to comply .
request to examine the
concerning tlie past ct Dr
^cum>elor at the West Gem
Tel Aviv.
A Hungarian newspa:
Di ToJrek with member
the wartime Hungarian Fas
iel Government officials !..:
declared that should the churu*
nated. Dr. Tooiek will be declared ;.
grata and asked to leave.
We make no assessments
impossible. But we do recall that the cha'
were moda m a Communist c:
Hence, the charqes may mdeed !>e v :
the other hand, they may be Jr;.
to str further difficulties between >',
many and Israel since their diplon. :
ot last spring.
Besides we repeat what v
these columns before It >u:d be
possible to find leaders m the West Get
Government who have not sen
pacity or another during t
only on a statist
litical realities
a he: 9wn ^i
THc BOOK IS NOT
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QUfSTIONS .'. 'TN INAOMISSIStf ANSWftS
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National Director Benjamin Epstein Will
Address Leonard Abess Award Luncheon

Gucit sprakor at the annual
board meeting and I-eonard L.
A boss Human Relations Award
Luncheon of the Anti Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. scheduled
for Sunday. Jan 16. at the Dupont
1'laza Hotel, will be Benjamin R.
Epstein. ADL's national director.
Epstein has been associated
with the Anti Defamation League
lor more than 25 years. 1R of them
as national director Known
throughout the country for his
leadership in ADL. he is also na
tionally known for his speeches
ind writinj:s on many aspects of
nterwroup relations.
His active concern with prob-
lems of interaroup relations be
gan in hi* youth. While studying
in Germany in 1934 on a fellow-
ship grant from the Institute of
International Education, he was
eye-witness to the workings of
the Hitler dictatorship that
eventually slaughtered millions
of people and provoked World
War II. He has been a partici-
pant in the fight against bigotry
[and prejudice ever since.
Epstein U a graduate <>f Dickin-
:. College in Pennsylvania, and
irned bis Master's degree from
ic University of Pennsylvania
frier completing year's stud)
|i the University ol Berlin, he
- named '" the faculty of the
University of Pennsylvania and
rice was awarded the Jusserand
raveling Fellowship for further
udj abroad In 1957, he received
honorao degree of Doctor of
laws from Talledega College, and
1968 an honorary degree "f
doctor of lliiin.in Letters from
ickinson Coflege
In March I9M, be revisited
termany on the Invitation "f the
n t German Federal Republic to
ludy the slate nf democracj
her-- in Jaauarj I960, be again
tade a >tiidy tour of Wesl tier
lany, where he interviewed top
lerman officials and conducted
inquiry into the meaning oi an
i Semil ifestations in Ger-
i i) today On that trip. hi also
rivals audience with Pope
H \\ui on the subject of
Catholic-Jewish relations and mu-
tual effort! for the common good.
In the field of publications,
Epstein is co-author with Arnold
Forster of "The Troublemakers"
(1952), "Cross-Currents" (195o),
"Some of My Best Friends"
(1962). and "Danger on the
Right" (1964). books which ana-
lyze the activities of bigoted
racist groups arui discrimination
in the United States, and "Ger-
manyNine Years Later," a re-
port of one of his study tours
of Germany.
His articles on anti-Semitism
and human relations problems
hive appeared In many publiea
lions. Popular and learned
Epstein will report on important
activities ol the ADL throughout
America and at many points
throughout the world. He will de-
scribe the concerns of the Lea
Officers Will Be Nominated
BtNJAMIN IPSrilN
gUC in dealing with the problems
of discrimination and counteract
ing the influence of avowed bi-
gota and individuals identified with
extremist causes which seek to
iindermine democracy.
Rabbi Azulay At CJA Unit Helm
RabbJ Shimon A/ulay. president section's plans included involving
I the H-.'.iiw Educators Alliance all Hebrew teachers in the area in
: Greater Miami, has been named Combined Jewish Appeal activities
and arousing their interest in this
important work
He is affiliated with the Hebrew
Academy and the Hebrew High
School of the Bureau of Jewish
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.Indue William L. I'allot. chair
man of the Florida Regional
Board of the Anti -Defamation Lea
gUC of B'nai B'rith, announced
Wednesday that nominations for
officers, trustees, Executive Com
mittee and board members will be
voted upon at the ADL annual
board meeting at the Dupont Plaza
Motel on Sunday morning, Jan. 16.
Nominating Committee, chaired
by Sam A. Goldstein of Miami
Beach, completed its deliberations
late in December. All of the fol-
lowing incumbent officers were re-
Dominated to guide the Florida Re-
gional Board in 1966
Honorary chairman, Leonard
L. Abess; chairman of the board.
Judge William L. Pallot; vice
chairmen of the board, Sidney
Aronoviti, Harry Botwick,
Joseph L. Brechner of Orlando;
treasurer, George Kronengold;
secretary, William G. Pinsley;
and chaplain. Dr. Irving Lehr-
man.
Nominated to the Board of
Trustees are Jack M. Fink. Judge
Milton A Friedman. Sam A Gold
stein, 1 >. 1 v 1 < 1 Gorman of st Peters
bur- Benjamin Meyers, E Albert
Pallot, Burnett Ruth. Al l. Schnei
der of Jacksonville, lion Paul
Seiderman, Judge Sam I Silver.
Harry Simonhoff, and George .1
falianoff.
Newly nominated tc tfe 1-
tive Committee are Walter A
baum Louis Ossinsky Jr., ol
tona Beach, and Dr Sam Pi ^r,
of Gainesville.
Also up lor election will a
slate of 124 board members
Renting the entire State of f
ida The hoard will also cor- er
a series of by-laws amend.~-TUs
designed to specify in great
tail the manner in which B mi
B'rith leaders throughout -he
state participate in the or.,
activities of the Florida League)
and its F.xecutive Committee-
CUtive Committee are Hen:- E.
Wolff as chairman and Charles
Goldstein as vice chairman No-
minated for reelection to the
CUtive Committee are William '1-
per, Morton L. Annis. of Tampa,
Sidnej i> Ansln, Dr. He rt
Baumgard, George Bernstei Al
Block, of Tallahassee, Judge I
( ypen, Mrs Dorothj Krieger .k.
Richard E C.erstein. Dr I
Lehrman, Mrs Shephard Le< if
West Palm B< ach, Mrs M in
Lee Perry, \ David Rayvia
s.liter < Supworth, Sanford M Sw<
Robert II Traurig, Arthur
Religious School Schedule
Renominated to guide the Exe Temple Sinai Religious -
met nl Daytona Beach, and Harry will resume regulai schedi
Zukernick. classes on Sunday
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Friday, January 7, ]$
ADL Questions Shippers on Haifa Stop
Continued from Page 1-A
Arab ami Israeli ports, some to-
id( through the Sue/, canal This
has been a practice for number
- There was. therefore, no
n 1 for the American President
i. s1 acquiescence to
A i lemands "
The President Roosevelt was
to arrive at Haifa on Mar. 14 af-
t' going through the Canal and
rraking stops at the Arab ports
o* Alexandria and Beirut. The
League's general counsel said
far the substitution of Piraeus
fc- Haifa was explained to travel
agencies by John Diggs, a vice
p-esident of American President
Lines, as the result of pressure
from Arab nations.
"This pressure." Porster dec-
lared, "is pan oi the well-known
boycott campaign carried on by
the Arab countries against the
stair ol Israel."
In its complaint to the Depart-
ment of Commerce, the League
- gesti d that the federal subsidy
to the American President Lines
.. a/itl Irawn if the shipping line
was in violation <>t statutory pub-
lic poiicj it called elimination >>f
Haifa as an 86 President Roose-
velt port of call "contrary to
United States !>*> aa elated in
the it*!.'1 Congressional smendm nl
to tlie Export control Act of 1949
Malek to Speak Before Zionists
M ami Beach Councilman Joe luncheon, which i> open to the pub-
It ek will bi peaker at the it according to Cantor Saul
n \- oi Miami Beach Zion Breeh, chairman
Lunc eon Club on Dr Abraham Wolfson will pre-
v ..,\. u is | the Ritzsenl current events and commun-
l a Hotel :|,,(I
. ,n m Oui ill be \ndn Bialolenki is
i js bj Mali e at the i club
DURING THE WEEK... AS I SEE II
Continued frcm Page 4 A
d i : nothii so repulsive as the res to such p
a lebate ovei the American posture in Viet Nam What about l S
ticipaUon in World War 11' Wen- we against peace and the saving
of lives then" There is absotutel) no parallel, mj callei and, l pre-
m ne, Rabbi Gittelsohn would argue.
But there certainly is Men like Rabbi Gittelsohn, who have glib
and facile negative answers lor our presence in Viet Nam. should not
I Vr them as intelligent observations on what is at best a difficult
and at worst an almost impossible situation When they do, they Im-
mediately make themselves suspect Bat this takes us to the
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Friday, January 7. 196fi

CJA Appoints 11 Chairmen
ointment of 11 chairmen
(M fa i irmen of groups in the
i ined Jewish Appeal's Her
~i'!i were announced
v division chairman,
i '.' Brooks and William S
l. I ds I Davis, general
:. Use ni.ir.a_rl' for iv.i !\
ies, intimate ap-
and children's apparel at
i. ind n< rman Hammer,
nt i the mai aging diret
i Jordan Marsh, have been
.is naii' chairmen of the
antile division
'.jml co-chairmen of the
'-.-it Furnishings Group were
- man Lipzin, vice president
o' Richard's Department Store,
line Maxwell H Weisblatt, mer-
c^ndise manager for furniture
#-< home furnishings at Jordan
v.-sh. Mendell M Selig is
>: j-c-ip and A. J. Alexander is
'- -orary chairman
n-y Mizrai-h. of King Kole.
li was named chairman of the
. rel Group, with Miss Bt-a
f t man, divisional merchandise
n ager, ladies' dresses at Bur-
c >. and Bernard Yaffe. gene-
merchandise manager, soft
at Jordan Marsh, as co-chair-
: .
rns Rabinowitz, of the Miami
ond Center, will be chairman
he jewelrj group, and Roy
n St.. of tin Bowen Shoe
c pany, has been named chair
if the shoes group in the mer-
le division.
. vis. a graduate of the I'niver
of Iowa and a former buyer
foj ':. H Macj In New York, came
U i ardine's nearly four years ago
*- "ne merchandise manager for
tin Beech store He later In-came
onal merchandise manager
Rabbi Kronish
To Review
. bbi Leon Kronish will review
Source." by James Michener.
Vednesday, at 8.15 p.m., In
.. Beth Sholom Auditorium.
e rev tew is under the auspices
ie Beth Sholom Festival of
Vrts sponsored hj the Temple
rhool <>f wlm.'i Mrs Sevmour
rman is president.
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New Tobacco Blend
More Tobacco Taste
Alexander
Yoffe
Kabinomilt
Hammer
Miss feldman
Davis
of accessories, lingerie and budget
ready-to-wear
Hammer, who holds a Master
of Science in retailing from NYU
and a Bachelor of Science in
business administration from
Rutgers, is a member of Beta
Gamma Sigma, the national
honorary fraternity for schools
of business, and Eta Mo Pi, na-
tional honorary fraternity in re-
tailing.
lb- was divisional merchandise
manager, fashion accessories ind
intimate apparel before becoming
assistant to the managing director
Weisblatt, one of the original
staffers at Jordan Marsh when the
store opened, has been division
chairman of the CJA's home fur-
ings di\ ision for two >i
He is a member of the YMHA -
North Hade Branch board ol di
rectors, and was a member of the
.. ird of Beth Bmeth Congrega
tion He is now a board member
oi Beth Torah
Uexander was a co-chairman of
the Combined Jewish Vppeal for
years and hat onoected
with the United Fund Furniture
ision He is immediate past
tidi '' Flor-
ida Furniture Mam. U
-ociation and presidl nl and nind-
pi of Kent Fuinil tn I
Misrach, a member of the
\ MHA board oi dire< tors, has
i een a member of B nai B'rith for
2d years He has been active in
CJA work for more than 10 years,
.riving in several capacities m
.hiding serving as Apparel Group
chairman for the last three v. ars
Miss Feldman is a graduate of
the City College of New York
and taught high school merchan-
dising while attending college
She joined Burdine's in 1959 and
served in Ft. Leuderdale and
Miami Beach before being pro-
moted to her present position of
divisional merchandise manager
of ladies' dresses.
Yaffee has been linked with
Federation work even before he
moved here from New York three
years ago He served with the Fed
oration of Jewish Philanthropii -
chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal, American Jewish Com
mitteeman, Anti-Defamation Lea
of B'nai B nth and the Joint
Defense Appeal
itabinowiiz. a board member of
Beth David and a past pie-idrnt
of the Mm s Club, is a past ma-
ter of the Hibiscus Masonic Lodge
and served as treasurei this -ear
He has been chairman ol the
lewelrv Croup for the past four
> ears,
"We are pleased to have the
renewed support of these men
and women." said Brooks and
Ruben upon announcing tbe ap-
Newly appointed vice chairman of the central M'ami r
high rises in the Residents and High Rise Division of hV I
b:ned Jewish Appeal is Lou Q. Harris (right*. Miami Be<:
ic leader. Harris' appointment was announced by (left to
Daniel Neal Heller and Byron Topol. division co-chrnr:: :
and lay I. Kislak. overall 1966 campaign chairman oi \ %
which has set a goal of S1.S66.666 for more than 50 agei
locally, nc.ionally and overseas.
pointments. "We empect a bright
future for our division, and feel
we can reach whatever goal the
division strives for in the camp-
aign."
Last year the Mercantile I
exceeded a goal of 186.00
Brooks, and Kuben said thi
belong!: to the efforts of Um
men who guided the dtoisaoi
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* Jenisti Ihriit tr
Flay Nazi
Items Sale
Con* nued hm Pag* 1-A
miim ''' i the Amer-
ican v .
San'i-d H. Bon. Washington
counu cf the American Jewish
Comm'-K, said his group
agreec with Sen. Case but 'we
would to further. He said he
has conveyed to IRS Commis-
sioner iieldon Cchen the view
of M orfjaniiation that it is on*
thing h Rockwell to circulatt
and sc hate literatura, swas-
tika*, and so forth "but quite
anothe- matter for the Govern-
mant c- *He United States to ba-
come a oarty to the sale to sat-
isfy a 1* lien or for any other
purpost
Labor Zionists meet and plan their portion of the 1966 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal campaign of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. Members off the Farrxu.d committee for CJA seat-
ed 'left to rqht) aif. Eva Kahn. Abraham Ravinsky, Joseph P.
Zuckerman, chaiiman. Oscar Shapiro, Aaron Katz and Solo-
mon Parnes. Standing (left to right) are Een Talmadge. Wil-
liam Beckwilh. Eii MalLn. Simon Tetenbaum. Abraham Filisof
Morru TciuaKes, Rubin Bernstein. Hany Sachs, Chaim Silver
berg, Sender Wolson and Hany Chaet. Members of the com
mittee not shown are Moe Levine Or. Nathaniel Sorof, Dr Is-
aac Unteiman. Dr. Simon Wilensky and Manuel Burstein.
I s.,d n la entirely Or. Dauer to be Speaker
>uch action l>> the Ciov-
Bti Clein, president, Temple
Both Am Brotherhood, announces
that the next monthly breakfast
will lx- helil on Sundaj at 10 a.m.
Guest speaker i Dr. Maxwell
Dauer, of the University of Miami.
whose subject will Im- Science and
technology in a Modern Societ)
Mr. t>u.
likelv th.
prnmwM o sell or distribute racist
materi* unconstitutional GOV
ernmei action, forbidden by the
Fifth ridment Surely a Gov-
ernment ke ours, which is deda-
rated ti equality and to elimina
tion oi Bl lonu of discrimination
and pr Mtiee from our national
life, shoe (I never iM-ome a party
t the circulation or purveying of
raci>i i rial, literature, or mail
iii_: lisi signed for their distri-
bution ti arilling and eager recipi
ents, foo the raising >>t funds or
any otf-fj reason
He stressed that 'if the Govern-
ment cannoi and should not sell
tins material, it should destroy n
111 thi e way ai it would other
contraba d material it would not
wih to j irvej or distribute in the
chasnett of trade >r commerce
But in deference to Firsl Amend-
ment riK^its which Rockwell may
ha\e U sseu and use such mate-
rial, tht Internal Revenue Service
should e him .in ipppropriate
credit i .nns! nil tax in the
amount I the fair value ol such
items without placing them on
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other-
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fill cut coupon and mail to
Circulation Deal.,
M P 0. Be 2973. Miami, Flo.
Myers to Run
For Reelection
Da le Rep, Kenneth M. Myers has
announced that he will seek re-
election to lii- Group 5 House sr.it,
a county wide elective post
The Miami attornej whose sup-
porters declare he steered t.> pas-
sage during the last legislative ses-
sion several major lulls, including
a t niform Commercial Code for
the state and major mental health
laws, cited "constitutional revi-
sion tax reform, and improvement
of our educational system as the
overriding issues which will face
the n< \t session oi the legislature "
Myars, a native Miamian,
served his first term in tha
House during tha 1965 session
Prior to that, ha was an attor-
ney for tha 1963 Dade delega-
tion. During the 1965 session, he
served on the Pensions and Re-
tirement, Mental Health, Judi-
ciary, Executive Communica-
tions and Statutory Revision
Committees.
His supporters declare be was
of tl rs lui in ic
eacl i ortionmenl
i > inti iduced le -
lishing ,i institutional
!: vis on i'ommittee an I Tax Re-
it | oth il --inch an I i
i the I96"i ature
.i lession, we
..., .(, is1 ci
. i: faced ij any l<
in I rida's hisl rj M
M> 'i Kappa era lu-
. tj "i n th
ersit) 'I
a Law Schoo
the Board ol Directors il the
i tj i nil i iui lance Cli-
St ite B i
lor id a Men
S
H? is also member of tha
Board of Governors of the Great
er Miami Jewish Federation,
has twice served as a member
of the Budget Committee of Fed-
eration
was one ol the original or-
.cis oi the young Executive
I ship group of Federation
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Farband committee of the 1966
Combined Jewish Appeal has
scheduled Feb. 6 for their annual
luncheon for the CJA of th-1 (ire it
er Miami Jewish Federation, ac-
cording to Joseph P, Zuckerman.
chairman of the group.
We urge all I.alwr Zionists to
keep that date clear." Zuckertnan
announced, "so that they can at-
tend the annual luncheon."
The function will be held at
the OiLido Hotel on Miami
Beach. Plans for the luncheon
were made at tha first Farband
committee meeting for CJA held
recently at Federation offices.
Attending the initial meeting
were Zuckerman, Manuel Bur-
stein Dr Simon Wilensky, Dr
Isaac Unterman, Dr. Nathaniel
Saroff, Moe Levine, Harry Chaet,
Sander Wolson, Chaim Silverberg,
Ha IT) Sachs. Kuhin Bernstein and
Morris Tameres,
Also. Abraham Filisof. Simon
Tetenbaum. Fh Malm. William
Beckwith, Ben TalmaiUe. Solomon
Parness, Aaron Katz, Oscar Shapi
ro, Abraham Ravinsky and Eva
Kahn
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Friday. January 7. 1965
1,800 Due at Acad. Dinner Sunday
South Florida Jewrj will pay
ite ti ;i pioneer famil). one of
Smith's largest Hebrew
hools. and tol
i- State hi la
el ;ii a M-holar-l
ip tinner
e Greater Mia |
: Hebrew Aca
cy mi Sundaj
g li t at thel
auville Hotel
Israel ia send
g Ambassador!
raham m r
an, leader of
delegation to
f I niU (l Stftts|
ice 1M59 i"
ake tlu princi-
l address ai the
i> celebration
ach school.
ol
HAKMAN
iHili anniver-
the Miami
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Genet, of
5101 Lake View Dr., are guests of
honor for the 5100-a-coupte func-
tion. The Genets also will cele-
brate their 50th wedding anni-
versary at the dinner.
i.. i nai d R >aen honorary chair-
man "i id-- Greater Miami Com
tnittee for Man- ol Israel Bonds,
and president oi Temple Menorah,
is general chairman ol the dinner
committee which numbcr> more
.han ISO men and women
\ apacity attendance of some
i.8(Xi persons is expected for the
etc at winch a 95 member choir
ii Hebrew Academj students will
nt .hi ori uitata 1 Re-
member The playlet, directed
bj Mrs Jack Donnet, will trace
the ik year- ol growth of the Heb-
rew Academj from a one-class
school "ii South Beach to its new.
million dollar quarters at 2400
Tine Tree Dr This year's enroll-
ment has reached 491 students,
from kindergarten through tin1
ninth grade for how and I
kindergarten through the 12th
rla
Ambassador Harman will arrive
h< re Sunda) afternoon to join in
the Academy's anniversary
oration. Moth the state oi Israel
and the school were established
in 1>48
B I Binder, honorary presi-
dent of the Academy, will greet
the dinner guests. Cantor Abra-
ham Seif will lead the huge audi-
ence in the singing of the Amer-
ican and Israeli national an-
thems. Rabbi David Lehrfield_
will offer the invocation.
State id Isra< and oi the L*i
SI tes will be ed by P
U>ramowiU of Temple Men
and by Mayor Elliotl
Miami ''- respecl
\ ell and former lt ai man
ii. Cohen are honorary chair-
men oi the national dim
: littl
Rabbi Jonah E, Caplan, presi
dent of the Rabbinical Association
i Greater Miami, will offi
I-! to Die Hebrew Ai ademj
i>i Irving i.eiirman. ol Temple
Emanu-BI, will present i pi
in. tribute to the honorees, the
At ademj ani I I i Har-
ai
following brief messages from
Rost n and Louis Mervritier, prei
i scadeoij i
studi nl i arrj G< net, another
andchild. will give fi
il\ greeting to the honorees
Rabbi Berel Wein will offe:
the benediction following th-.-
cantata.
Rabbi Vlexan lei Gross, ;
of the school since its incep-
tion v ill present a spi ciai award
la the Genets, founders of the H
: a Uademv
Genet ia an honorar) preeidt nl
of the school and for eight jh
was chairman ol its executive com
mittee He and his wife have be i
active leaders in numerous r>th>-r
Jewish, Israeli and communal
t auses
Lane Genet, grandson ol the
honorees and a tilth grade Aca
demy student, will offer the Ha
Motzi "
Toasts to the presidents of the
Educators Examine National Needs !
Continued from Page 1-A
ned not onl> with the pic-ent
tality of Jewish education, but
th the erosion of Jewish ident
and commitment revealed in
cent studies It is this concern
others which persuaded
head- <>f the 19 national .lew
i oi ... tions involved to agrei
establish a medium for the e\
ange ol idea- and furtherance of
ir cor. mon as well as independ-
- t purposes
The American Association for
wish Education was organized
1939 as a national service agen
e\ to stimulate the interest of lay
people In Jewish education It h.t-
-erved as the parent bodv oi Bur-
eaus of Jewish Education through
out the United State- and Canada.
conducted communal studies and
maintained service- in pedagO|
personnel, curriculum, and audio
. isual techniques
In the course of the past years,
formal Jewish education, parti
cularlj on the elemental") level.
has become congregational un
dertaking ["he fad Rabbi Bres
.... add) d, "w.i- if.ealed b) the
national stud) of the Association
several years ago it ix-camc nee-
Carl Alpert Will Speak Wednesday
In Wednesday, at the DiLido
tel. Miami Beach and South
ide Chapters of the Women's l>i
. -ion of Techmon, Israel Insti-
e of Technologv. will honor Carl
pert at i luncheon meeting, it
- announced bj Mr- Milton Sir-
Meyer Baskin, presi
i -nts
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Alpert. executive vice chairman.
Board of Governors ol Technion
.it Haifa, i- presentl) visitins the
l S
Al|H'i"t has been director of the
Education Department of the
Zioni-t Organisation of America,
ii i for many year- was editor of
'The New Palestine" magazine
He is author of several books and
phlets on Isi ael and the Zion
ist movement.
His column 1 Think as I
Please," appears weeklj in man)
periodicals and publication- all
over the world
He has lived in Israel with his
Wife and three children since 1952,
and his main interest- there are
in the fields of group relations, in-
tegration of new immigrants, edu-
cation, social conditions and eco-
nomics
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esaary to accommodate the organ-
izational structure of the Jewish
community to this new condition
The executive director of the
American Association. Isaac Tou
bin, proposed the reshaping of the
AAJK and conducted Intensive in'
gotiations with the national con
ational bodies ami other agen
cies which led to reorganizatii
A national conference, sched-
uled for March, 1966, will launch
the new program. Central serv-
ices are being established to deal
with preschool, elementary and
secondary education. Consulta-
tive services to the denomina-
tional groups will be provided.
The existing National Councils
on adult Jewish education,
camping, and audio-visual mate-
rials will be expanded.
I'edaROKic services and puhlira-
tions will he intensified for use
on the elementary, seconder) and
college levels Provision i- also
made for a broad program of field
service- to -mailer communities of
the country, The American Asso
ciation for Jewish Education will
not intrude upon the ideological
integritj of an) of it- constitutu
cut agencies," Dr. Breslau stn
ed. "On the contrary, it will seek
to help each of them to define and
achieve then separte objectives
within the setting of communal
approach
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iday. January 7. 1966
* Jen i*>ti fkricfiftri
Page 11-A
| Witness Quits Hunger Strike
Continued from Page 1-A
in ,i Nazi labor camp in Lu/k be
tween 1941 and 1943
When Mr. Bristal arrived at
the Hanover jury court and dis-
covered that only Hunke was in
the dock, he announced he would
Beth Torah's deleqation to the recent biennial United Svna-
jogue convention ut the Concord Hotel in New York are :left
to right) Ewald Zitfer. financial secretary; Julius Gordon,
lent of Beth ToTah Conqregiticn. who reported to the
jongregat.on ct services; and Richard Sneidei : :it oi
. Torah.
Israel Concerned By
Mid-East Arms Race
Continued from Page 1-A
, | nited
i i been
tanl to Jordan t
lh<
50 .'".l 100 Patl in ta
I ve iM en giv< n to Joi
. ., .,, -,,: issistanci
\ weeks ago i' as an
that Britain and th<
i : States planned to sell Saudi
(400.000.000 worth ot arm*
tain will sii)>pl> light npei
nic fiuhicr K-t-- and the l nited
res La providing Haw k antt-aii
11 aft missiles
Israel Foreign Ministrj sources
ted sharply t<> Washington re-
Lporta quoting the State Depart-
ment .i^ saying that the Mideast
urn s raci had not jrcl been aiflecl
i,! i>\ the heduled i nited s'->' >
. n,i Bi itish .H ms shipments The
sourc i 'I that western arma
.i the arm rai rp
i .I i'iice Isi ael t<> take
...-.:.. i.i in* n letei rent
They noted that Jordan and
Sauc1! Arabia belong to the
Jmfied Arab Command and
hat the provision of western
arms to the Arab states "places
S -.'ill bigger burden on Israel "
cecause Israel must immediately
prepare tcr the situation a fe
years from now wh?n increased
Arab forces w.ll be operational.
tl
hould be
. ssation "f
! v .. Pre* lent Nassi r po
icy of
rani I ypt to buj a
Hum S ""
Isiael concern also was n
edl> indicated bj Ambasss
Avraham Harman during ;i con
fire nee with Secretary <>( Stau
Dean Rusk it was indicated that
the i oj i ailed to Mr Rusk's al
tention the increase in the scali
estei n arms aid t.. the Arabs
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start a hunger strike unless three
other men he contended took
part in the killings were placed
on trial. The other former SS
officers are Heinrich Feiertag.
former district leader Josef
Ghyeck and a former commis-
sar.
Mr Bristal told Judge H>i
ebeU thai l"- could teatifj
the murder of 20,000 victims a
that ru' would "'it leave the coi
i -- the otli< r suspects wc
i ought in The other Ui
.a themselves
Mr. Bristal
s
visitors
are tomorrow's
neighbors.
Be a Fl v '" ll,r-
ista li" apei ned mom
are the b eason why our economj is climh
v., rapidly. Ami visitors who don'l way
rod will greatly appreciate
moment to help them out. So, v an out-
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Fndoy. January 7. 1966
#v e lief ious ICJIOltS
crviccs
*GUDATM achim. Lcmbardy h>.;i,
630* Collm* Ave Orthodox.
K*ti'Ih> p ii. Satin .. in Mil I
5 p.m
Krni j l lui da) r m
I 'M *:. I Vi-
I*!*.-! \1 ll
----
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA j
TtON. 985 SW 6""th Av Oortnodoa. 1
Cantor Morris Barr.
FVi.tsi MMt apeaKer i>r *
Sllk-Wn of Ivr^rl. in | 1
n. Topic II u
Jew i->, I : Must Loot) 1 ..
lift .md Art ,.f Hesvltne;."
1
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
15 Terefh -- 5:25 Pjn.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI 1201
Johnson St Conservative Rabbi
rs,..:,, chAp,r0 Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.

HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th
St., Momestead. Conservative.

ISRAELITE CENTER. H7S SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
L. Orazin. Cantor Louis c ohm
rYi'!.i\ l'. ..nil vi." pM Quasi ;'.<^
. r. Rabbi
Kl ).....i
Mill, ha .'. 1.". p in
H.i.. .-. hO 1 I I'.-'.i'- I
rjiieei ssjtsjkai Mr- Norman Holland,
.. .1 11 ool
I.. 1 Th. i. I Hop.
a
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
S75S SW 1Sth St.. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April.
r*rl lay a F
m ,i., v 1:1 .. -,.-.. Moral R<
armament, SplrltuaJ Reiteneratloii

TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary office iftt NE '64th St
Reform. Rabbi Daniel M Lowy.
Cantor Chet Gale.
PVlda) 8:18 p m Family aen c
\v.i-hlnt..n rS teral rl NE -:th .-
Sermon: 'Lite Ukd Legs
Layeaer." in h,.nr of an EUmon April, Prim-ipa! ol ., rtrbM preaentee la th<
> II a in
AGODATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cariyie Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
----
ANSHE EMES. 2%33 SW 19th Av
?FTH TFILAM ?' Eue'id Ave Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
tlnn by Memn 1 la of Ml
Minna Ojirtenh.-irn. Temple Sln.i. m.ni-
I., i
IFu -rrpM fcath 'i and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. R.-bn, Max Lip-
Conservative. Emanuel Kushelwita, sch'ta. Cantor Jacob Remer
P'ejidenL
I
6:JO |
Ss NAf-.PGUF. '532 washmoton Ave TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 951 E
Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber H Stern 41 h Ave Hiaieah. Conservative.
Cantor Samuel Vigoda Rabbi Maurice Klein.
.ml p m in in Ptldaj I r.t: Bertnoi Tha Mrs
- i rda>
. 11 rl
ItTH DAVID 2t25 SW 3rd Ave. Con.
servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W. Lipson
rYld.iv v .
H II -.-. [II.
er of a I u-
''Mill
\ *
n" Hal
.. M '-'in. Mr*
Howard i M p.m
----
BETH EL 500 SW "th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabb' Solomon Schiff.
... .....
lion ."
Mai '
>> '..I Mltli .' -i.li.t >
Mr Ti.l Mrs Joat rtuas
i ; in
------a
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
I.-2S p.i Sal da) 1:21 p m
Sei I .! i'
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rlbt Sr-maryaru, T
Swirsky Cantor Vaunce Mamc^rs
Friday 3 .,
Bt-rrmn How
a
BETH KODESH UC1 SW U'h Ave
Modern Traditional Raubi M.u
Shapiro. Cantor Benjan- n Ben.An
I ra u u
,- v.. '. ,1.
-. iii n
1 '.at
all
44-iii Mr- Ins :n
,' Henrietta
\1-> .! r I .. vi
., in r..!- Mltxvab snd n Mr
Mr- 1 ..-,\ : R-irtol i. '
Mr ii'.l Mr- Ktanlej Chane) Joel.
- n Mi ..i d M'- .- moui Shwakj
m i. m.
a
3NAI RAPHAEL 140' SW 13rd St
Conerv.it!vr R.ibbi Harold Richter
ranto' Jack Lerner
* r n i
8 i i
Mlrii'ha
- 1. .i-: ...
a
CUBAN HEBREW ORCLE OF Ml.
AMI -24C Wjoimglo" Ave Ortho-
dox. R.ibb' Dov Rn/em-vveig.

FLAGLFR GRANADA. 5C- NW 51st
Pi Conservative Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld Cantor George Goldberg.
r i -i ..(
,\. ...
. v "Torah .--! 1> Th-- lireateal So .
Mr Hiid| rteij Baturday In BaWI >; riaturdaj
i hi rratwltlon of i-vitti
----.----
KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave.
>>. >,!> r>avid Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif.
\ \ || :-.,l HOW
' be ll......n Saturday v '" am
Rarmon 'Bt na i Ufi
-
LUBAVITCHER M NYAN. 800 Wash
ington Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Abra
ham Korf Cantor Ernesr Field.

MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION
3737 Bird Rd Modern Traditional
a
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber
man.
a
SEPHARDIC JEW SH CENTER. *4
Collins Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nah
mias.
... :. M i in,- m
. n
TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 Zamora Ave
Mi and Mrs I; iir i' vermai i d r'' ( mln ha |i.rn
'i Mi Walt.i Rerun who .... a.m Ken.....n Man Pro|..... -
w a*di
M I... "
i
FT. LAL'DERDALE EMANLEL. '801
S Andrews Ave. Reform Rabbi
Richard M. Levtton Cantor Jerome
Klement.
a
FT LALDERDALE JEWISH CcN.
TER E.47 E. Oakland Park Blvd
Conservative Ch.irirs Dickson. pres-
i.ient Dr Jack L Morris cantor
a. E T H MOSHE CONGREGATION
'3*30 W Dixie Hwy Conservative
Rabbi Ricnard Varcoviti Cantor
Seymour Hmkes.
Friday I \,i
..ml I:
r '.' i a
mm
R. | M
' v
HALLANDALE JEW SH CENTER
4'.0 E Beach Blvd Rev. Paul
Deutsch
I "...I.,
I i .. .
...
iVhl.-l
1 Vi
\l.

u,
Hod Im-;-------
SKY LAKE S^S-vOOUE 18151 NE
19th Ave Orthodox Rabbi Jonah
E Caplan.
and i in..ii
\i. ihei I Mr. an
.i in
> I >!
M p.m

TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN Con
servative '025 NE '83rd St Miami
Gardens Rd Rabbi Samuel R Stone
Cantor Maurice Neu.
- 1
Hook "' rr 1 1 ,
- 1' ..' r. .1 1 .,
Mill I"........
Mi 4an i
1 1 Sal 1.
BETH RAPHAEL
'( Conservative
h
545 Jefferson
Cantor Saul H
HEBREW ACADEvv 21 <> P,ntree
Dr. Orl A 'tinder S
C.rn


TEMPLE BETH AM b"M S Kendall
Dr.. So Miami. Refo-m Rabb'
Herbert Baumgard Cantor Michael
K yrr
F-imll)
. .
...
" .
Synopsis of the Torah Portion VAYEHI
Jacob blescef Ki>firaiin and Manasatli
"And Israel stretched oul Ins right band, and Laid I upon
Kphraim's head who was the younger, and his left hand
upon Manasseh s head" (Gen 4fl 14
vavehi Jacob lived in Egypt 17 yean On hi- death i td, he
blessed hi- sons predicting the destui) ol the tribes that were
to descend in>m each of them Ephraim and Manaaseh IobbbAi'i
two sins were included in the rotter <>f Jacob's ions, the heads
of future tribes Jacob dird. the Egyptian physicians embalmed
h.- body, alter the custom o! the country Jacob wa- burtad in
the land of Canaan, m the Cave of llachpelah together .th his
aneeslors.
Joseph continued to provide for his brother! after their
father's death Before hi- own death Joseph made hi- brothers
-wear thai when they returned to Canaan, the) would ik. hii
bones with them to the Promised Land Joseph died: meanwhile
Ins embalmed bod) was place.i m a coffm awaiting the return
to Canaan.
This recounting of tha Weekly Portior c tha Law is K-
tractod and based upon "Tha Graphic History ot tha Jowish
Hentaya ed ted by P. WollmanTsamir, SIS Publisher it
ShengoW, and the volume is available at 27 WHiam St.. New
York 5, N.Y. President ot tne society distributing tha voluma
IS Joseph Schlang
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT

Hebrew Lesson
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD i?V -th Ave Reform
R.ibbi Samuel Jaffe.
I,
i -.
i|'
Sern \\ .
-:r-?r:;:r r =sn ?.--
.n-;-fsri -y ni5Jp1
n^n-rn kt ttx "*;-*: -^
rr\9 27 r: nr--~-:-x3
-rcny; nr?n s*n .;*cn nb
n;n3"i ...ni^i nr:n unj
^r riTTisyn by n-\y k\i
o-nn by .nnswn by ,n;ni jvjsjg by}
0n*r py n;np bn~\
jVtj ye niKiv nitivw b*V5?
on'VD net o^p Bf*tj ty
Rachasl the Poetess
In the year of IM0, I 19 year-old
i..r'.. with large blue dreaming
eyes, Immigrati d to the i ountr)
Her name wai Rachel Blow
She mi rom i; .
hip that lire .
reers of Uu S ond Ahyah."
rli on
i
her new home the
Kinjieroth Kihir.it/ on the si
i' Luk-i Galilee i pon returning
a I ll out
froth happuips
In her fat.' < m Russia,
'i.arn iiDn
I'M! ii i m .cm
* v .,
n.7?y i<:o9 njiyj
m1; : =;:,-- 19 nanny.
.1 /

TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH rjOO SW
'20th Si Reconatructioniat Rjoui
Morris Skop
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly.
*o,.ri 29 .onror St Conaerv 1 v<
R >i>bi Morton Maiavsky Cantor Er.
nest Steiner.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOV 4144 C-ase
Av- Liberal Rabbi Leon Kromati daven (IikI is
r Davd Conv,ser tH1 '
irequeotl)
Story of Joseph Gives
I s Religious Outlook
By Rabbi Harold Richter
B'nai Raphael Congregation
The stoi > of Jo ; e seen
to i xpress religious outlook
man) ol us mi ;ht di sire to
|> o e It lg
tioti vorth) that
after seph
b< sold into
m .-
>.SMia L.
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\ i
no ii
tioni 11
the i.in-, of his
success In the
house of Pot!
TIT .' rV3""n rr'Tyri'^ a*S*7n temple b-nai sholom isaoo nw Phar then in the
lumieon prison
md .-till later in
:he prune nee of
I'haraoh
Joseph's out-
?^na Ave Conservative Rabbi S. M
'}!' ll"TtP3 ^1^7 Y~)Rb HK5 Abraham Reiseman
n?3Jj rx tn^ n;rm n\t
I .id in -.
||'" v '' M'
I i in. hi 'i ., -
' Ann
........
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1 Mi

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B
' \
'
'
Kmbki Rkhfer
who seei i tha in
God's iui|- m
It is interesting to m > thai In
our own da) Joseph's re p >us e>n-
eept is being ponuiann I b) Mr.
Viktor K Krankl. SXaSUoila] psy-
ehiatnst. in his bonk- 'Mans
__ <>ok is verbalized
TK3 .r"l32 C' riDtT 7jt *m temple beth tov mm sw tth wnrn hls 'ather. Jacob, has died. Search for Meaning'' and 'The
nr*n mw td mm nnn vt,.,.mC.o;"rv',,w' R,bb' "*lph z a^Lh"^ b:,,,ht;r,.arp.f.*'*rful.,cs! ** the soul* hceotdtag
19 "nnn PrKtol i......i III p.n Bttttmia, T v*n*nc for ,h* "nbrother- to Dr Frankfl. man h..> j power-
.nnat. 2*1D mtf Mr ".,..!' v1?/:^ Sir. '"' u1\Z t7a,n,Hlt he rc^v^ at their ful need to dlseover the meaning
..mgw -^ rrjs/ ..-,.i nr. i. ,-_ nanos A, thls ,,. Josrph com. of hjs exl5U.n<.p Kv).rv an has
temple emanu.el i?oi washinB- forts ,hf,m and explains. "And as task. mission m life'
L.nhrmV:n.Cc:M;;'z,v7Ai,.brbl,rvin9 ^ >ou^ >' meant evil against me. AeeorttafJ, the religtoOl per-
i-m lay > to m Bernvon m Qurel .f t>*,, ood m>n, 'or siood to bring son is awar. of a Usfcffl later the
,. ,,. 1;i(|, people might live josoph wr ,, can ,.,* much.
nr.'n ,rvcvi3 ,K38 r'33
nn;o?3 IW| ,rnjo bn~\
nrnK i^Ksj^"? .nn*p runs
-so HF r DK^3-:DH,^,
Bar m :/\.,h s. att trni I
-."i .* Mi Hful Mr- Jullua K.llri
would ask hei whether she still
pa ntod i ..i "he piano Raeh |
el would answer l play with the
hoe and 'raw on nd
vVhen Raehe .,- 27, -he be-
ck with I lis
Rachel km i difficult condi-
Shi Wl U .rath .
Her ; ibjecta
ippineaa life and
i
ii poensi with
i from the
Bart I'ntil this day.
her poemi an n ad and King in
the (i : |u (he diaspora
Joseph is able to feel, at every needed fulfillment when we
turn ID life. God's encounter and counter God and discover our pe
TAMTL,VSNREA^s,fr,G-',fATER M|- PUn?sf ,n his 1,f<" Tho ,,,,,ar '-'^ "' lif* We do this as
j\>.Iph r NaroV "'"". R.boi greatness of Joseph lies in never
I im.. f..|
Wiener a
TEMPLE JODEA.' J a.,rm0 Av,
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morns K,n.
oer
1
mum
'hull
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 7Jth St
Conservative Rabbi Maver Abram-
"*'" Cantor Nico Feidman.

we question each mor >nt, vhat-
bemg so shortsighted as to be ever befalls us What is the mean-
fooled by what appears evil log of this moment' Vtl U God
lie is the man of faith and patience trying to si,, w rne'"
Beth Am Hosts College Students
Temple Beth Ar
Social Hall.
Rabbi Herbert
i I painted played the piano
wrote poetry When her friends (Published by BriNi Ivrirh Oam.th)
m sponsored a ry Diamond Burton Gl -n
l.run, h lor College -tiident- the Salem P.ul i reemao. I :.. .',,,
viti Sti Hal| R
H Baumgard I i It Richard Segal
met wltt the loiiowm, rtudenu Member, .: (he P Brma-
i.,r ^r.""ini'," "'" ,"1"" "' Cml ittend re Jean
i-aur., schw,,i, Lone Simmons, Raskin Sheila i
TtM.ple ^ER TAV,D M,h s i ".Tireti- Ted Silver, .i.m Greenbei Ellen Alt Mln
^rRr^E-B.n.t.b0v';,aT^: ^:i::l ;!-r:.....h;^.^> ? ..... S *Z
v)
Conacrvative Wabbl Maawell If-
g i wan. Ben w.OfcfWB
r ,-'"; '" "'"-
Ba......
.f Us, .v-A Hr
vtujv .1. I 'i ol Mi ml Mm.
-------e
TEMPLE ZION S100 Mile Rd. Cen.
servative Rabbi AifraO Waaman.
i i- da y *i ''
., Rl -ii Baturday
N i ii i
Mi .,i. M W ii
------e
riFERETH ISRAEL. S300 N. Mlarr.l
Ave Conservative. Rant* Menry
Wtrniek
Krul.i v "en "Wait< d
Bhabbat Se*ei by
.....i Uaminn.
Poi tlon ul W< rk '
YOUNO ISRAEL. StO N( tTlat tt.
Orthooc Rabbi Slier win Siaubar
l Ida] \ 8Murd. > m .-.
mon pVrfW' > .n "* -
ur.i.n i in. l -i. bai ?. >i :
a
YOUNG ISRAEL OT MiAVi BKACH
1*42 44 Wasn"e'on Ave
tdi
....-, naoni tufl.n. Laboviti Can Kramer ln.lv io..^l i..j x. ....... "" osesnuatrrsj, I nil
tor Edward Kie.n. ^r.un. r .lu.lv S.^.,1 jll(| M;,..... ,, ;,..,,,. ,, d
,. Jack (.un.her. Hobert Frager. Bar- Leonard Zeal


iday. January 7. 1966
> hni*,t fkrihtr
Page 13-A
~1
Member* of the ninth grade graduating class of the Hebrew
Academy work on one of their projects needed to get their
qroup to Washington. D.C.. in June. 1966. Many group proj-
ects like this will be held to help earn the $2,500 necessary to
make the annual class trek by graduates. Left to right are
Raymond Salem. Stephen Reinhard. Harvey Flederman. Judy
Malavsky, Linda Stern. Joseph Belitsky, Shari Pollack. Dahlia
Abramowitz. Barbara Berkowitz, Abbey Berkowitz. Judy Ro
zencwaig. and Rabbi Zev Litenatsky. assistant principal and
faculty adviser for the Washington trip.
abbi Poupko at Beth Israel Series
I Grundv erg president
I i ael Coi eg ition, an
.....*re< it the sec
in inn in the Tor ah Thoughts
-n rn will place mi
rail 'jr. 12 in
Htrr> N Schwarti Auditorium
i mi it 770 W 40th
M ami l i ach
I aker will be Rabbi Dr
i \ Poupk : Pitts
I'm. r will be Mission to So>
Robbi Poupko vni'ed the Sov-
Union list summor and is
of the few American rabbis
ever allowed to speak from the
MORRIS UNVtll'NS
The dedication of a monumnt to
the memory of rhe lot;
GUSSIt mORIHS
wife of Abraham Morris will
take place Sunday. January 9rh
at 1:30 p.m. ot Mt Sinai Me-
morial Park Cemetery, with Mr.
Mai Gleibermcm. teacher at the
Workman's Circle School, offi-
ciating.
Friends ond relatives ore osked
o attend.
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in Voscow
ii Poupko i> a visitme lee
Hi" l niversit) f Pun
rli 'ing spiritual lead-
er of Shaan .; egation
in Pittsl ;r.:h !! is urrentl) sei \
as chairman of tin' Rabbn
Council w! America i> m II as be
in- ;i vice president ol the Religi
ous 2 stnerii
Nexl m the
Rabbi Berel
lei if Beth Is
.. ; i iettii
oi \\. V'oui l-i ael, Ni
i
Bureau Officials
Attend Confab
Louis Schwartzman. executive
d iirc | o r "f the Bureau <(
Jewish Education, and Herbert
Berger, :iciate director, attend-
ed the winter conference ol the
National I mncil for Jewish Edu-
cation ..':il .i special conference of
the \" eri in Association for Jew-
ish Education in New York Cits
The Bun au directors, who are
n bei.- "i the Executh Com-
mittee nt the National Council,
participated in sessions, discussing
the forthcoming 40th annual con-
vention t'i Ik1 held in Israel on
Jul> IS to J''. .in I pr ibletns facing
United States
Schwartzman also led a ses-
sion of the conference devoted
to "Preservation of Unity in the
Jewish Education Profession."
On Dec 30, Schwartzman met
with reau executive directoi i
ai executivi i fedei a
hout the counti v in
lioi bet fe lei a-
Hun- an bun .i i >n< erned ith
the new priorit) now i
Jew ish edui al i >n in the i mntrj
Tin \ tssociatioi
h Edui ation i- calling a na-
tional confi reni e in Han li I
ts ii
Rabbi Gettinger m ill be in Miami
Beach Feb M to discuss Israel
I he !' i Implii ations of
the State' at thi Bel i Israel ->
ries
The series opened here Dec.
29 with Raobi Neman Lamm,
who discussed Jewish-Christian
Dialogue An Orthodox Jewish
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Friday. January 7, 1966
Between Vou and Me: b, BORIS SMOLAR
Horrors of Hitler Twenty Years Later
TWENTY
' yean after
e fall of the
Vizi regime.
tl V WO! Ill l-
11 dis<
g nun. and
i ore horrible
(ails of the
,-.-;,. nj of
I ioo.ihhi Jews an men sin of
j-vivors ol the Kazi annihilal
ips i app< ar in I his
< UBt/j and in other counti -
He Is ol tin' in
the
thi
i

Hi.
>m
>k i-
thor is
\ i
during thi i
tablishes a foundation for the
. irpoM I ng out an I i
4 noble Christians who in a
rietj ways ha ; aided Jews
escan g death bI ihe hands ol
e Nazi
Be sends out an agent, an
nericai Catholic, to visit van-
i countries in Europe and to
i noble people, The
eat finds such individuals
nong nun and women in
France, Belgium, Italy. Holland.
el othe countries, not to ipeak
Denn ark. where the entire
1 iristian population mobilized to
cm the Jews from deportation
Nazi annihilation camps. He
< en Bnds one German who risk
i.l his life to save Jews after
ing horrified b) what he taw
at a mass-ahooting of .lews m a
\. .-, m cupied tow d
in recording the stones told b>
these unaeJfish and often bercuc
men and women, the book also
provokes a number of questions
How could the Nazi holocaust
have Keen permitted by civilised
Germans? Whj dSd some <
lans prove to be animals and
others heroes? How can one ex-
plain the paradox of the Church
alternatively permissive and pro
testing? Can madness and gene
eide be roused again?
Tin* author picture> ugl) scenes
at a meeting in the United States
of Christian parent.- sputum fire
at Jews because of the l s
Supreme Court decision barring
religious prayers from public
schools He also shows that there
are Amen, an fantic- who. be-
cause oi their hatred of Com-
munism, favor Hitlerism and dis-
like the lale President Roosevelt
for bringing an end to the Hitler
regime, I he book, published b>
Trident Press, is thought -pruvok-
il i although it- central hero
the agent sent bj the Jewiah
foundation to find noble Christ
ians i- .. rogue an
bond
Today's Thought: By PR. SAMUEL SILVER
They Take I j> loo Much Space
VyHAT IS YOUR up ii
" college. 1

s that]
l
reallj labli
. work
n .- thing wi ng witl
be;.". al other things
lastic There i- howi
sti ong Jew ish s agaii -t it
Wh> should thi- be? 1- it not honorable to be
I craftsman? True Jewish tradition empha
sizes stud) and learning But it takes stud) and
learning to becon i a mechanu as it does to
become a dentist
Isn't it about time to overhaul our notions
of what we would like our children to be. and let
that decision In- based not Upon parental views
but upon the inclination- and capabilities of the
youngsters themselves?
What i- true of the careers of our children
should also DC true of the careers of the young
men our daughters date.
Everyone know- that delightful story of the
Jewish Peace Corps girl who comes home and
introduces a painted Savage as her husband
\
I
I;.- lives i
lb- y went into a |
own ;
in thi
How n liv e unhappy 1 i
they an be< ause
wi re li Hunk that mam vit
type ol man was out ol the question?
\\ should in i aden the s tional choices Heaven know-, wc need mechi
and craftsmen And nowdays, n in) Jewish boys
have golden hand- which could operate on an
automobile instead ol i human being And will
anyone den) that we need good artisan- these
days? Rarely do we have our car- repaired that
we don't have to go back a.am and get them
fixed all over again. This is because good mecha-
nu- are scarce As for our appliances, thej go
on the blmk. and before a _i>od repair man cornea,
the Messiah could
These occupations pay well. too. So let us
consider carefull) whether we should send our
kids to college jusl le take up -pace, or whether
we should Live them good aptitude tests and let
them enter fields conducive to their own happi-
ness
Our Fifm folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
The Unquenchable Spirit of Pandro Berman
Holh w ood
BAN O R O S.
Berman saj -
hat A Patch
f Blue" i- not
message pic
izre but a pic
ure with a
nessage P t I
nariiv the i ha-
acter stud) of
blind > desperatel) in
iced of human contact, low
indent A Patch of
Blue" cannot escape ov
"he racial i-.-ui since the |
;nnisl of thi story, the man who
efriend- the pathetic blind teen
iger, i- a Negro portrayed by
--idney l'oitier with warmth and
tumor
Selina, freed by him from the
chains ol shyness and ignorance,
is depicted b) -ercen newcomer.
I ieth Hartman, a young wo-
man of amazing talent Shelley
Winters appear- in .1 variation of
her I iscai w inning pel forman-
ce in Diar) ol Anne Frank"
now a- the selfish, ruthless slut,
the unnatural mother of the
much harassed youngster, a por-
trayal that forces the actress to
shun all of her glamor and simple
grace. "A Patch ol Blue was
adapted by British director Guy
Green from the Elisabeth Kata
novel. Ba Ready With Bells and
Drums."
We talked With both youthful
Klizabeth Hartman and her sea-
soned producer, Pandro S. Ber-
man. at the foreign pre recep-
tion hosted b) Metro-Goldwyn-
Mayer In Beverly Hills Herman
who has produced Ho motion
picture- 111 hi- 42 years in Holly-
wood, lost nine of hi- enthusiasm
(or the medium ol the cinema
since arriving in Hollywood In
1823 to -tart ,,- a clerk at RKO
Son of the late Hart*) M. Herman,
a film exhibitor and distributor
in New York. Herman studied
every phase of motion picture-
making in (ore producing his first
epic. "The Gay Diplomat.' in
1931 Until he hit RKO in 1940 to
loin MGM Herman produced 85
picture-, from the Ginger Rogers
Fred Astaire musicals to the epic
"Winterset" and "Gunga Din."
At Metro, he discovered a dark
haired, fourteen ) ear old girl M
nied Elizabeth Taylor for "Natio-
nal Velvet," and guided her as
the young Jewess in "Ivanhoe
There were "Dragon Seed
"The Picture of Dorian (ir.iv
'Madame I'.ivarv." and "Zieg-
felil Girl In the midst oi World
War 11 Berman produced one of
Ihe strongest anti-Nazi pictures,
"The Seventh Cross." from the
concentration camp account b)
Vnna Seghers, starring Spencer
Tracj
Later. Herman distinguished
him-eli a- champion of Cham-
pions" producer with such memo
rable works ss "Blackboard Jun
gle 'Sweet Bird oi Youth,"
r... and Sympathy," "Bhowani
Junction." The Brothers Kara
mazov." and Butterfield B''
the latter once more starring his
find, Elizabeth Taylor Last year,
Berman produced a drama)
tion 01 the Nobel Prise yarn,
The Prize," which starred Paul
Newman Edd) Robinson and
Elke Sommer
By: SAUL CARSON
UNEF Still
Has Major
Role to Play
United Nations
a-HE 1 ntted
Nation- baa
just receivei
a report -how
r for the
time la
nine years, tin
.-
ol the
' l
I'.N'KI 1 -
1
;-.
the
. 1 1

Strip 1 : 1 1
er the fi eedom
Israel's shipping through the Gull
Vkal from an outpost In
r ypt's Sharni el sheikh
N< -her the I nited Nations BOT
i>t has been happy over the
(act that UNEF is not Uesead
to function on Israel side of the
er Bui all have agreed th.it
UNEF ha- performed a vital
function in helping maintain
Iranquility along the Egypt'*
raeli border It 1 a long border.
extending to almost it>l Bailee,
much of it running through rag-
ged de-ert countrv. much of It
sparsely populated or empty of
all population whatever on the
Egyptian side.
During the nine years. UNEF
has oast the United Nations about
$200,000,000. Tent's a sizable sum
in view of the I N s current
awareness thai economies mu.-t
be effected Partly to satisfy
him-elf .1- to the costs, and partly
due to the fad that 1 KEF as a
whole had never been rcexamin-
ed, Secretar) General U Thant
appointed a six-member survey
team this faU to go to the area
and give i KEF thorough exa
mination The n-port revealed
nun h Most significantly, it show-
ed that there 1- ptent) of activity
along those borders worth etch
it 1 lt The team reported to Ttiant
and the Secretar) General
recommended to the Vssembl)
certain economii certain
streamlining, and thi- itatansent:
"A continued United Nations
presence of Ihe UNEF typo Is an
important element in the mam
ti : inci at i" ace and secui ity ui
the area, since it- withdrawal at
this time might well give rise to
a sharp increase in the frequency
of incidents and violations along
the larmistic demarcation) line,
probabb, with serious roneeameih
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT I. SEGAL
Rabbi's Agree- With-American Legion Award
UUHEN THE COMMANDER and ad
" jutant of a Boston American I.e-I
gion Post decided as a tWOaOJM U) cross]
Rabbi Roland B Gittelsohn of I wo .limaj
sermon fame off the list of three awards!
recipient- of the dought) rabbi'l
sponsorship of a peace march In Wash-]
ington. the fallout was long in settnu
What was wrong with the picture'!__
The ObVtoUS flaws were that ill the legtofUiarles were
boori-h in their eonduct and (2< the American ideal re
tarred to by Rabbi Gittelsohn .- "the precious privilege
Of dissent" was manhandled bv the pair of leglofUtaries
who made the childish decision
But the incident SOT Tea to do much more than to
reveai how angry some people keeeane now when the
Vietnam issue conies up
For what main observers outside the Boston I
may not realise is that the lemon post pulling the
gaffe m etiquette 1- made p primarilj of men in the
avertisil : b Known as the
Croascup-Pisbon Post 281, the legion unit behaving
so disrespectfully has for yean grabbed ofl yards of
Boston newspaper space because business managers
and city editors oi metropolitan papers know where the
butter hits then bread When people in the advertising
game ask for newspaper puffs, they usuall) get It,
and the Oos-cup l'i-hon legionnaire ad men revel in
tin- privilege
Hence the affair of the rabbi and the legion |>-t
was in part a matter of Inviting "big name- to an
award- dinner in the current Madi-on Avenue manner
with the sure knowledge that the lemon post would
out a big Crowd anil rip oil heap- ol public,t>
So u might be instructive to think lor a minute or two
on what these awards parties are doing to our -en-e ol
values and to our civic tibre
We are not laikin| hen- alwuil Nobel or I'ubt/er
prize- usuaih agreed upon aftet painstaking examlna
lion by competent Jurors We are tanking about the
contrived exercise ol neatl) picking a Jew a Prates
tant. and a Catholic to serve as come on- for attcr
dance, to sit in boredom at an elongated i triple tiered
headtable, to carrj off pJaojat, ami to ghre with a
few platitude- In the Legton affair, the Jew illfieal
w,,s Rabbi Gittelsohn; the Protestant, Episcopal Bishop
\nson Phelps Stokes .lr. and the Catholic Richard
i ardinal Cuahing
Rabbi Gittelsohn who. according to the legion
rei .,- chosen In lite:, n .t ., good governseent
award for the lwo .lima speech he made as a combat
i lap. Bin in 1048, was jettawnod bj the legionnaire*
he backed a Thanksgiving weekend Washington
demonstration questioning Americas current Vietnam
policy in the rabbi's mmd but support Bar the Washing
ton demonstration was true Americanism And since
the legion men -aid We couldn't give him an award
when he was doing something opposite to the American
'gion position." the rabbi BBC art us* li is apparent,
n thai this is not ., Good Government Award; it is
an Agrec-With the American Legion Award "
Bishop stokes .1 gentleman of the old school, saw
his duty immediatelv and did it


Friday. January 7. 1966
* kni*t> fhridHrun
Page 15- *
imerican Hebrew Congregations Union
Ifficial to Address Reform Temples Here
MbiTt Vorspan, director of pro-
tramming! and director of the
fonimj-.sion on Social Action of
tti.> Union of American Hebrew
, .nuregations. was to meet with
j.,(]r> of I'AHC affiliate synago-
gues and temples here Thursday.
J.'lO p.m.. at the Pub Restaurant.
500 ("oral Way.
The evening with Vorspan was
In feature a Dutch treat dinner.
The commission which Vorv
I pan directs is charged with
the responsibility of supplying
materials, counsel and programs
to more than 430 Reform con-
gregations and seme 400 social
action committees to help them
[relate the ethical ideals of Ju-
Idaism to the problems of con
[temporary society.
W '
JdtUJ VMSMt
Vorspan is the author of "Giants
ol Justice published in 1000 He
- also i< author, with Rabbi Eu-
gene .1 Lipman, ol 'Justice and
Judaism," published b> the Union
oi Ani.i U an Hebrew Congn
twins m 1056, now tx-inu brought!
up-todatc lor it.- tilth panting, and
A Tale of Ten Cities." a study ol
religious ii-nsions in American
communities.
Vorspan participated in the
M.irch on Washington. the Nation-
al Conference on Religion and
Race, and in the civU rights strug-
gle in St. Augu.stine. Fla.. Mont-
gomery, Ala. and other communi-
ties in the north and south
Prior to joining the staff of the
I'AHC. he was assistant national
coordinator of the National Com-
munity Relations Advisory Coun-
cil for six years. During World War
II. he served in the Navy as a gun-
nery officer on a destroyer escort
in the Pacific.
nti-Semitism No Threat to Latins
Continued from Page 1-A
pporteil. "as the "alienation'"
rom Jewish life of thousands of
Ming Jews a whole new 0M
ration drifting away from the
wish community He said Jew*
In leaden were aware of the
iblcm but had not yet developed
leans to hall it adding that
leither Zionism nor the present
>rm of synagogue life nor the
imrmmal preoccupation with phil-
rthropy h.i- proved sufficiently
Simulating to the younger Jev isn
I | ,(tl"ll
ill- called Jewish communit)
life 'centrally organised, demo-
craticallv elected and effectively
administered" and particularly
praised local Jewish educational
systems which many South Amer-
ican governments consider pilots
for their national educational ef-
forts and which could serve a-
model- for other Jewish com
m unities American Jewry, he
>aid has much to learn from South
American Jews in the democratic
organization of the communit}
and the quality 61 it^ Jewish edu
cation
However, in re/jard to a Jew-
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He said no South American Gov-
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and that in Argentina the anti-
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. en Jewry and the
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have little part in public affairs,
thi mission found.
Weissenborn
Eyes Senate Seat
Lee Weisaenborn, two term Dade
County representative, has an-
nounced that he is a candidate for
the seat in the 12th Senatorial Dis-
trict in the North Hade area Weis
senborn and his family have pur-
chased a home at 6726 Orchid
Lakes. Miami takes.
Weissenborn's record in the last
two regular and three special ie
sions. according to his supporters,
includes the Introduction and pass
ins of Ihese hills: free kindergar-
tens to start in llHiT for Hade
County: 1273,000 per year in schol-
arships for students al the Miami
I lade Junior College Ihe i omplete
revision of the driver point system
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r to sel the numbi r ol points
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ii\<-s He was < ice chaii mat of the
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For manj years a leadei in the
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chairman <>f the Young Demo.
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each Hadassah In
rogram for January
,.,- Beach Hadassah groups
hold cener.il Hi !tinj on lion-

fa-ancMs Croup Hill meet at the
Mail ihleau Hotel. Lunch will be
Led al 11:30 am. and a mu-ic
[program will feature Charles
fcUIoit loloitt Mrs F.liiaheth
Pnbaflfl is president

=orte Towar* Gnawp will meet at
|i pm. HtfUatlllUlltl will be
|ved in the coffee shop, and a
I, A Way to Crow." will be
,wn Mrs Saaan PeOar la presi-
srher Group will meet at noon
| tin Waldman Hotel for lunch
- mund fogler will be luest
Sirs. Hattie Salir is pres
Heril Group udl meet at the Ro-
.1 Hotel .1' noon Ha laaaali
\ nier will be highlighted
..nation '). Mr- Jack Katz
k Hen; > it Wermck will
peaker Mrs Milton Wein
|r.: i- | resident
i.iy '-.'*rbr Group will hold its
i neon meeting on Mon-
ti a m at the Singapore
film, narrated by Edward
on, ill be shown Mrs.
.in i- president.
Emma Laiarus Group will meet
it Washington Federal on Nor-
nandy Dr. at noon Kabbi Eugene
.abovitz. of Temple Ner Tamid.
will be guest speaker Mrs. Jack
Wolfstein :- president

Morton Towtrs Group will meet
al the Morton Towers Restaurant
at noon My Brother and I." a Ha-
dassah movie, will be shown. Mrs.
i manuci Manta ii president.
at
Itraali Group will meet at the
Algiers Hotel at noon. Rabbi Sam-
i uel BtOOC of Temple Adath Yesliti-
\ run. will l.e gueal -peaker Mrs
Ii seph Meyer is president
Stephen S. Wiia Group will meet
at the Deauville Hotel for a lunch-
eon at no ii Afternoon will tea-
lure a tribute to second and third
generation life members, and i nm
cal pn : am b> I be Greater Mi-
tin Ens imblc Mi -
Main11-.. Mintus l- president.
Shalnma Group U I n. el al noun
the DiLi 11 lloti I Rabl i S Vpril
m ill rev jew the bo >k Eman i i
i presi
i nl
Henrietta Sxold Group "ill meet
the Algiers
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lent
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bv ISABEL GROVE
Recent cocktail part} at the
homi Of Mr. and Mrs Bert Sher.
76 Shore l>r. W Bay Heights,
honored >on Arthur Ben Sher and
fianc< Phyllis Elena Hammer
man For the festivities, the
' chose bciije cotton lace.
and gueal of honor selected a pink
crept -heath In addition to
manj of Arthur"- classmate- from
It hi i niversit) ol Miami v.
I School guests included his broth-
r Philip, and Mrs Sher
Mrs Dora Horowiti
I'.run lo l*> also feted at a
I shower in the River Boom ol the
Duponl Plaza Motel hosted by
it orge C then, Mrs Max
Mrs Prank Rose and
Mrs Ralph Rosa Luncheon rh
1 >i oul in orange and
h and eceived oi
lint bru-hes made by the talented
hostesses Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Seymour K Kammerman, of
Best Meadow, L I Phyllis and
Arthur will make it a June wed-
ding in New York

Si\t> years of wedded bliss ce-
lebrated recently .it the Algiers
by Mi and Mrs Maurice Schloss-
man. >f the Morton Towers
Among the -<' friends and re'a-
livi from all parts of the United
States wen- then 4 chtl Iren, 5
Iren and one great-
grandchild I n Schlossman*
active in \ H mes in
M ami, Rochl Ster and Buffalo.
and Rose is one of the few mem-
bers in the Brandeia Hadassah
Continued from Pao* 2-B
*. ornan s
World
llewislri Flor^li'iaita
Miami Florida, Friday, January 7, 1966
Section B
Plc:is for the ISth annual s rrship dinner Ro.senhou<.e. Harrv Go: I S muel Rosner and
of t!.. ]] brew Academy on Su al Leonard Rosen. Mrs. Rcsen is chaiiman ot
the Dea Hotel an mbers hostesses for h Mr. and Mrs.
[ the le Nee. Fr n left i "' Genet will I Umbaaaad >i .'
i -nan. M. H. rahem Harm speak. See Paqe 10-A
[Campaign leaders in the Women's Division of the Combined
[Jewish Appeal are getting ready for their part in helping
aise SI.566.666 for CJA in 1966. Left to riaht are Mrs. Jean C.
-ehman. Women's Division campaian chairman; Mrs. A. L.
(Honey) Glickman. chairman of the division's Pacesetters,
ind Mrs. Jack A. Ablin, honorary campaign chairman,
lapping plans at a meeting lor the CJA drive.
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Standing ovation is given Mayor Elliot Roosevelt bv the more
than 500 people who attended the Maintenance ORT Training
Rally of the Southeastern Florida Region Women's American
ORT recently at the Miami Beach Federal Building, 755 Wash-
ington Ave. With Mayor Roosevelt are (left to right) Mrs. Har-
old Schneider, Executive Committee chairman; Mrs. Florence
Kupperman, president; Mrs. Henry Gilbert, M.O.T. chairman.
The M.O.T. project provides tools and equipment and helps
develop, operate and maintain training programs in the ORT
schools.
Sinai Auxiliary
Seeking Aides
Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary
i> requesting additional service
aides.
Requirements to do this volun-
teer work will include attendance
;it a three-day service aide course
Jan. 10 through 12 under the sup-
ervision of Mollie Goodman. R.N..
supervisory chairman.
New service aides remain under
supervision for six weeks and then
receive a special cap designating
their ability to be assigned to pa-
litnt floors. Home nursing is also
included as part of the course.
Sylvia Glassberg. R.X.. has ac-
cepted the volunteer role of in-
-tractor for the group.
T to Present Drama
Cultural Arts Department of the
YM and YVHA of Greater Miami
will present "Twelve Angry Peo-
ple." a drama adapted from Reg-
inald Rose's "Twelve Angry Men."
on Saturday. Jan. 22. at 8:30 p.m.
Miss Syd Skolsky. cultural arts di-
rector of the YM and WHA of
Greater Miami, is supervising the
production.
'Queen for Day1
Theme Tuesday
Queen for a day" will be the
theme of the Opti-Mrs. Club of Mi-
ami Beach meeting on Tuesday at
the Barcelona Hotel.
Mrs. Murray Sonnett is chairing
the affair, scheduled for 11:30 a.m.
Club president is Mrs. Sy Silver-
man.
Bikur Cholim
Annual Dinner
Bikur Cholim ot the Israelite
Center will hold its annual dinnrr
on Sunday 5 p.m.. in the social
hall of the Center. 3198 SW 24th
Ter.
Affair will honor Mr. and Mis
Dan Homer, celebrating their 43rd
wedding anniversary, and will fea-
ture entertainment and an orches-
tra for dancing.
Dinner chairman is Mrs. Philip
Ru-hman. with committee mem-
bers, Mrs. Joseph Ciment. Mrs.
Elsie Eisner. Mrs. Jack Finkel-
.-tein. Mrs. Fannie Gorman, and
Mrs. Isadore Silver.
Hostesses are Mrs. Harry Karesh
and Mrs. Nathan Shenkin. In
charge of reservations are Mis
Julius Steinberg, and Mrs. Monroe
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Diversified Programs Will be Featured
At ORT Chapter Meetings in January
Diver,,,,,. pn,K, .,.,..- *<" J
of talk on marriage counseling on
Wednesda) evening al the Home
Federal Bldg. Mrs Edward Light
i ni.
lighl the January meetings
Southeastern Florida Region Worn
en's American ORT chapters
Atlantic Shores Chapter will
meet on Tuesday, 11:30 a.m.. at
the Place for Steak. Panel discus
Islander Tuesday luncheon,
slated for 11 30 a m al the Bar-
Southwest Chapter will he held t
N WHA. 8500 SW 8th St. Mrs I red
Bill, president, will presi
Southern Bell Telephone
presentative will show a film and
demonstrate the proper
.peak over the telephon
*
A demonstration of
will be presented to Treasure uit
Chapter on Tuesday noon in the
card room of Treasure
North President is Mrs Herbert
Sontz.
he Place for Steak. Panel on> f(,Jtun, ,, GU.
ion will follow the documenar WM O ..^ ^ COUDle S ClUD
fil
dent is Mrs. Sol Feldman.
Bav Chapter noon luncheon
meeting on Tuesdav will be held
at the Deauville Hotel. Louis Weiss
bass baritone, will offer selections
in Russian. Hebrew. Yiddish and
English, wrth*"^r. ""BerlatwI'T
Goldstein, music coach, at the ni-
V;OiaMCin. music ruacii. iik >- ,
-.-,. Mrs Eugene Rosenf.-ld is pres-
ident of the chapter
erception
Mrs Leo Gross
* *
Miami Beach Afternoon Chapter
has scheduled an 11:30 a.m lunch
eon at Tony's Fish Market for
Thursday. Jan, 13 Mrs Kdyth Gei-
ger "ill review The Source." by
James Michener Mr- Paul Taylor
Biscayne meeting on Thursday.
Jan 13. will be a noon dessert at
Morton Towers Black Angus Res-
taurant. Review of "Pennies from
Heaven" will be presented. Presi-
dent is Mrs. Ira Weiner.
Miami Business and Professional
has slated its meeting for Tuesday
evening, Jan 25. President is
\h>- Si Ima lit'snick
North Oade meeting, conducted
by Mrs Felice Brown, president,
on Wednesday. 8:30 p m at Wash-
ington Federal. NE HiTth St., will
Catalina meetinc at 9:30 a.m.. feature a palmist
on Tuesday, in the Coral Cables
Buildinc of Florida Power and Norff, Milmi wa, t0 hold its
Lieht Co.. will have a representa- evening meeting on Thursdav at
tive demonstrate "How to Prepare Washington Federal NK ItiTth St
Hors D'oeuvre.s." Mrs. Leonard La- wjIn a ta,k bv a marriage coun-
vine is president. 5, |r foUow th(. bllMm.ss agenda
conducted b> President Mrs. Leon-
Coral Cables 1 p.m. meeting on ard Pechenik
Wednesdav will be held in the
home of Mrs Victor Keiter. 1275 Games ,,, ,. ,h( 4- m
luncheon at Harbour House South
for members oi Ocean H,rbor
Chapter on Thursday Jan 13. Mrs.
Sam Danzig is president.
Initial meeting of the newly,
formed Couple's Club Of Betfe
David, will be held on WMi
evening.
The new group will di-\ :,
overall objectives and torn
the organization. All yornj i
of the Jewish Corrmunin ,.,
\ ited.
Steering committee serving ,-,>
temporary officers include: presi-
dent, Dr. and Mrs. IjtMarJ Cutlef
treasurer. Mr.- kni Mrs Man in
Miller: secretary, Mr. and Mrs
George Soule; social secretary.
Dr. and Mrs. Fred Schild: member,
sh'n. Dr. and Mrs. Morton Get2;
publicity. Mr. and Mrs. Fr1 Ober;
program. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Rosenberg; religious activities,
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cohen
Mariola Ct, Rabhi Solomon Schiff,
El. will review 'The
Source." by James A Michener.
Mrs, Paul Allen is president.
Greater Miami, Mrs Henrietta
Bolotin. president will see a de-
monstration of Avon products by
a company representativi on Tues-
day noon at Tropic- Hotel
Story of the Chagall windows in
slides will be featured al Greynolds
Park noon luncheon on Tuesday at
Raymond's steak House President
i- Mrs Sydney Kronish.
Guest speaker al Guifstream
Chapter meeting will be Mrs Har-
ry Rosenblatt, national vice pr. si-
lent Evening meeting at the
home Of Mrs. Martin Tint. 875
4,,h St., will be conducted by
President Mrs Edward Levinson.
"The Jew in American History"'
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Tuesdaj evening South Miami
Chapter 'Turnabout" meeting. To
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Tannen. 734.5 SW 13rd Ter busi-
!.....n will be conduct) d bj
Pn sidenl Mrs Donald Carlin
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True Sisters Set
Miami Tag Day
United Order of True Sisters will
hold Tag Day in Miami on Fi.
and Saturday. The True Sisters wl i
Ik- out in Miami collecting for thi
Tumor Clinic at Variety Childri
Hospital.
Besides maintaining the T
Clinic and giving of their time and
money, they also make bandages
for the American Cancer Socirt\
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dent, Mrs .Joseph Barchan. tin
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Friday. January 7. 1966
* Jewisti fhrkMart
Paqe 5-B
Mr
Pioneer Women Slate Meetings
Happy at the attendance for the annual founder's day lunch-
eon ai the Fontainebleau Hotel are the following members of
Scuthgate Hadassah: Mis. Bert Rosenberg, Mrs. Alice M.
Freeman, Mrs. Murray Alman, co-chairmen. Hadassah Pres-
ident Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg, and luncheon chairman, Mrs.
Tillie i. Schwartz.
^ Tour Chairman At Meeting Here
Mrs. 1j nj> B. Kapljn. president.
Women V Division. American Jew-
ish GoBgiest, announces that Mrs.
Betty AUersoo, national tour chair-
nan, i be guesi speaker at an
open meeting sponsored by the
Southci a Region on Monday, 8
p.m.. ir Be Canilon Hotel.
(tefiUM Ibi'inc. : The World on a
Str&gV" fTl -provide information
on the C wnsive year round series
of A.Tt irs to 'Israel. Europe and
the (in.
IIos] rom the Southeast region
for tht meeting will be Bernard S.
Maudli-. president. Metropolitan
Uhapte. Mrs. Jeanette Stern, pres-
ident. Miami Chapter; Mrs. Joseph
Albuquerque., president, Louise
Wise < ha] ter; Mrs. Sy Reese, pres-
ident. No. Bade Eleanor Roosevelt
Chapter; Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan.
president, Florida Women's Divi
ion; Mrs Irving Perlyn, tour
chairman, Eleanor Roosevelt
Chapter; Mrs. Harold Uruker. tour
chairman, Justine Chapter. Mrs.
[sudore Baum, tour chairman. Lou
is' Wise Chapter; Mrs. Anne Heid
i nreich, tour chairman, Miami
lhapter.
Rhode Island Club
Regular monthly meeting of the
Rhode Island Club of Greater Mi-
ami will be held on Sunday. 7 p.m..
in the auditorium of Washington
Federal, 1234 Washington Ave.
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Mrs. Fannie Gibson, president
>l Pioneer Women. Beba Idelson
'! apter, will conduct the next re-
gular meeting on Wednesday. 12:30
\m at Washington Federal. 1133
Normandy Dr. Business agenda
will be followed bv a book review
)y Dr. Celia Davis, who will also
lead a discussion on Jewish Book
Month.
* *
Golda Meir regular meeting on
Vedncsday noon will be held at
'he Biscayne Cafeteria, 1917 Bis-
'.'ayne Blvd.. with President Mrs.
Abraham Seltzer in charge of the
session.
Cultural program will feature a
musical program by singer Mrs.
Frances Backer, and a talk by
Mrs. David Lippnian. whose re-
cent tour of Israel included visits
to nurseries, kindergartens, voca-
tional high schools and women's
clubs sponsored by Pioneer Wom-
en. Cultural committee member
Mrs. Miriam Yelson will introduce
the speaker.
Special feature of the afternoon
will be awards to eligible members
for gifts toward the Pioneer Wom-
en's International House under
i instruction in Tel Aviv.
Proceeds from the ch :
I card party in 1!>66 to he h
a' Jordan Marsh will ^o to tl
Child Rescue Fund.
The atlair on Thursday. Jan 2
1 p.m.. will be chaired by Mrs Is-
rael Gerstein, with Mrs. Ros M i
and Mrs Herman Cohen serving l=
hostesses
Hemophilia Auxiliary
Regular monthly meeting of the
Miami Beach Auxiliary of the He-
mophilia Organization was to be
held at the Bel Aire Hotel on
Thursday noon.
Syd Skolsky
To Open New
Educator Series
Miss Syd Skolsky. creative direct- ,
or of the YM and WHA of Great-
er Miami, will lead off the sec
>nd semester of Temple Beth Sho- \
lom's adult education series Mon-,
day night at the Temple.
Her 9 p.m. talk on "What's Jew-
ton and What's American About
American Jewish Culture' will
launch a five-week survey, held
"ach Monday night, on "Who and
What is the American Jew?"
Miss Skolsky, who has spoken on
the Jewish Welfare Board's lecture
bureau circuit for the past IS
.ears, is a graduate of the Juilliard
School of Music, the author of
three books on nuric and has trav-
eled throughout the world.
Rabbi I-con Kronish. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom.
said the second semester serie<
is based on a book. "Jewish Ideol-
ogies." edited by Oscar Janowski.
One of the authors of the book.
Dean Harold Mfehlberg, of Bran
deis University, will be among
subsequent speakers in the series.
C. Bezalel Sherman, one of the
tations best known English-
lrui-.li writers, will speak Jan. 17
in the second of the sessions.
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the Daughters of Israel will be
held on Saturday. Jan. 15. 8:30
o in.. at the Social Hall of Knesseth
Israel Congregation.
Rabbi David Lehrfield will be
master of ceremonies of the ai
fair, and guest sneaker will he
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, spiritual
leader of Beth El Congregation.
Committee members for the af-
fair arc Mesdames Bernard Bas-
tacky. Abraham Groner, Abraham
Korf. David Lehrfield, Morton
Mayberg. Louis Schwartz, Solomon
Schiff, Milton Simon. Joseph Sporn,
Berel Wein and Nat Weissman.
Beth David Youth
Beth David youth breakfast will
be held on Sunday. 10 to noon.
Children 13 years and over are
invited to participate. Pre-confir-
mation and confirmation class
will take attendance at the break-
fast.
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Friday, January 7. 13; -;
Set Installation
Senior Citizens
North County YM and WHA Sen
lor Citizens Friendship Club will
hold its annual installation of of
ficers on Tuesday evening, 8 p.m.,
a; the "Y facilities. 14036 NE 6th
We
Newly-elected officers for 1966
will Ik- installed by Efraim II
I ale, executive director of the .YM
and WHA of Greater Miami. Mi
iael Salmon, president of the
North County Board of Directors.
id Ira Stenimetf. branch director,
vill bring greetings x
New officers are president, Sarah
adison: iirsl vice president, Ben
Salk second vice president, Fran-
Antinoph; recording secretary,
Sadye Kimmel; corresponding
retary, Jeannette Levin; social
- cretary, Helen Schneider: treas-
I er, Ada Hum!.: chaplain. Isidore
Hirsch; sergeant-at-arms, William
Kimmel.
Nili Hostess
In Clothes Tips
Vacationers taking their first
trip near!} always bring too much
clothing, according to Miss Edie
eering, social hostess aboard the
cruise ship Nili.
The Pan American Cruise Line's
7 50X1 ton Nili visits Nassau and
Freeport in the Bahamas on excur-
. on> from Miami. All destinations '
are tropical in setting.
"The clothing should be, too," j
according to Miss Deering, who
i 'ted that "the emphasis is on
traveling lightly' because the ac-
cent is now on fun, comfort and
informality.'*
Miss Deering advised that Nili
vacationers should consider the fol-
lowing: "Men wear short sleeve
.-hirts. slacks or Bermuda shorts
and sandals or sports shoes during
the day. This fits in well with our
recreation, relaxation and social
activity aspects.
"Daytime dress for women is
just as sporty and informal, and
features blouses, slacks, and Ber-
muda shorts worn with sandals,
loafers or sneakers. Evenings on
the Nili usually feature formal at-
tire, either while enjoying the
- unmet dining, to attending one
of the three night clubs on board
or for a refreshing beverage in one
oi the Niii's cocktail lounges."
S.T.
Jackie Miles
Moves Into Dore's
Jackie Miles, night club come-
dian, moves into the spotlight at
Dore's Restaurant and Ix>unge
with an all new show starting Fri-
day evening.
Miles, making his first appear
ancc at Dore's Restaurant and
Lounge, will head the show which
also features the talented song-
atress, Miss Pat Morissey, and the
popular recording group of mu-
sical comedy artists, known as the
Stylet*.
Because of the unusually heavy
flow of advance reservations, Miles
agreed to follow the policy estab-
lished during Billy Daniels' suc-
cessful stint and will also do an
additional early dinner show on
Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Hounding out the show at bore's
b guitarist Prank Hubertino.
The Johnny Powell orchestra
provides the musical background.
Phi Sigs Slate
Annual Reunion
Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae of
Greater Miami will hold its annual
reunion luncheon at noon on Sat-
urday. Jan. 15. at the home of Mrs.
Victor Reiter. 1275 Mariola Ct.,
Coral Gables.
Luncheon is open to Phi Sig
alumnae, permanent and non-per-
manent residents, in the Miami
area.
Reservations may be made
through Mrs. Reiter. Mrs. Stephen
Robins, Perrine, is president of the
local group.
... ^/tbout people and t /"
RING OUT THE OLD, RING IN THE NEW,
UNDER GLASS
The "Sunday Nighters" started the New Year
at the home of Dotty and Henry Morris. A place
was made on the orange-clothed table, festive
with gay hats and horns for an impressive sil
ver platter with a glass cover. It was smoked
pheasant which Henry carved with aplomb and ,
an electric knife. The evening ended at Barbara
and Marvin Brown's, with no casualties except
for the fact that the Brown dog, Charlie, was lost
for half an hour. No doubt went to a cocktail
party of his own choice. The "Sunday Nighters"
are Carolyn and Manny I.uck and Mildred and
Mjurris GiiUiry, with Dr. Lewis Cjlu.ecl.aui and
his Josie and Sylvia and Sanford (Buddy) Kra
mer as pinch hitters
NEW YEARS AT WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB
Hats, streamers, balloons noisemakers, high
centerpieces of white roses and pompoms set
the stage for a New Year's Eve of fun at West-
view Country Club. It was a crowded but never-
theless a merry evening. The Stanlej and Wil-
liam Segals hostel a large party. At Joni and
Stanley Tate S table were l)r and Mrs, Stanle.V
Weinkle, Mr and Mr- Seymour Somerstein, Mr
and Mrs. Donald Koren, the Edward Denisons and
Judge and Mrs Donald I'.armack. Other New Year
Eve'rs were Caryl and lien Koven. RfargO and
Mark Mat hews, Polly and Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
Ida and Bill Singer, Harriet and Larry Singei
Honey and Al Pallot, the Harold Landfield's, Mr.
and Mrs. Jeck Werst and Mr. and Mrs Charles
Donner.
* *
THE PARTY ROCKED
The jazz band out at the Sue and Edward
Guthmanns made their New Years Eve party a
real rock and roll one. Their three little dar-
lings, Eric. Lisa and Bobby, only got up twice to
look in wide-eyed wonder at the houseful of
company. Included in the gay group were Joan
and Al Baskt. Betsy and Fred Singer. Barbara
and Marvin Haven, Carol and Bob Konhauser,
Dr. and Mrs. Donald I-evenson, Dr. and Mrs. Da-
vid Kramer, and Barbara and Howard Katzen.
WHAT A COMBINATION!
A juke box with the latest pops, dancing
aces.
around the pool, with all kinds of delicious good-
ies welcomed in the New Year at the home of
Judge and Mrs Joseph Gersten Jerry and Jeanne
Berger and Carl and Mildred Blake made a verv
talky foursome as their son and daughter are
soon to make a twosome. Among the guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Moe EUppa, tit and Mrs Alex Gor-
don, Mr and Mrs. Bernard Blank. Mr. and Mrs
David Kennedy, Mr and Mrs Sidney Kaffel and
Judge and Mrs. l.ucien Proby That pure abstract
on the far wall was painted bj daughter Jud)
who goes to America:', Universitj
TAKE YOUR CHOICc PARTY
Sophia and Ma! Englander had their 20th
Open House on New Year's E i This yeai Ihen
was an innovation Mai made green daiquiris
Poor Nicki had to stay upstairs in bed with a vi
rus, but 'uiesN sang Happj Birthdaj loud enough
so she could hear This i- Nicki's 20th birthdaj
The part) was reallv an Ones Shabbat because
ti was just Ha- Mitzvah The Homer Gudelskv
famil.v all came in from Silver Sprin Mi In
eluded among the guests were Ken Myers, Mi
and Mrs John Bass, Mr and Mi- Lee .' Weissei
born. Judge and Mrs .lack Falls. Mr and Mrs
Charles Lipkin, Col and Mrs Dill Adler, M
and Mrs. Elliot I I: sevelt .Indue and Mis Ra>
Nathan, Mr. and Mrs Joe Malek, ami Mr and
Mis William Mechanic The three other Eng
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the time this is in print, the Englanders maj
know whether thirteen years from now there will
will be another Bas Mitzvah or a Bar Mitzvah
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Hope and Rocky Pomerance. Lynn and George
Stewart. Vi and Zev Bufman and Dr. and Mrs
Mickey Weinkle went to the Diplomat Hotel Mar-
jorie and Irving Cowan were with them. Connie
Frances and her friends and Joey Forman and
his wife joined them, and they all went into the
Tack Room to see the other show. Rosalie and
Norman Arkin and the Jack Taylors were there
too. A grand way to spend New Year's.
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Wrubel Feldman
CZ-'.vcnan
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In a bouble ring candlelight ce-
remony on Sunday, Dec. 26. at the
Barcelona Hotel, Gail S.. daughter
(f Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Feldman,
Niahara Kails. N.Y., heacame the
bride of Howard C. Wrubel. The
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Wrubel, 1512 Wash-
ington Ave.
Rabbi I.eon Kronish officiated
at the evening ceremony which
was followed by a reception ami
dinner in the hotel.
For the wedding, carried out in
shades of pink and white, the bride
selected a floor-length gown of
satin in the empire style. The A-
line skirt featured a chapel train,
and the bodice was fashioned with
scooped neckline reembroidered
with seed pearls, and long sleeves
to wrist point.
The French illusion fell from a
pollbox of white satin appliqued
with seed pearls, and she carrier
white archids and stephanotis on
her confirmation Bible.
The brides sister. Mrs. Philip
Pasler, served as matron of honor,
.Hid bridesmaids included Sandra i
Tauhes. and Roberta Sussman.
with Abby Godenberg aa flower
Mil.
Best man was Sidney Weinthal,
and \lar\in Goldstein and Al
Kapold ushered.
Following dinner, the newly
da led lor a cruise to Nassau,
i hamaa, and Freeport. on their
return, the) will live ;it 1409 Lin
rofn rid., .hkI plan an extensive
European tour during the summer.
\ raduate ol Niagara Falls
High, the bride has a degree i'l
on from the L'niversit; f
ami and is now attending its
w school.
Til bridegrixim earned a '
,i economics from the
.-. i Miami and atti
i rrh University. Both Mr.
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Maurj .Jaffer on Wednesday
I'..'. ~22. at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
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the earl) evening cen m< nj < hich
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tel. On their return from a
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couple will live in Atlanta. Ga.
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Friday, January 7, 19tjfj
ADRIENNt
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
When an attractive, young, smartly-dressed and hatted
blonde woman walks into Temple Ner Tamid for
services with five children ranging from 17 to 6, Fran,
Linda, Judy, Alan and Honey'strangers' eyes pop. Then,
when they watch her looking adoringly at Cantor Edward
Klein, they suddenly understand that the Cantor's family
has arrived in the synagogue.
Adrienne Klein was born in New York City, but spent
most of her life in Spring Valley. Her parents were both
active in temple work and Zionism. Adrienne was a charter
member of Junior Hadassah. As a child, she liked to sew,
and made doll dresses as soon as she could thread a needle.
Her best girl friend had a big bro-
ther. Edward. Since the girls spent
many hours together, the life of
Adrienne and her future husband
were woven together from the
time she turned ele:?.n.
Adrienne studied design at New
York University. During the war.
she served as a nurse's aide. Doing
things with her hands has always
been a way of life for Adrienne.
Edward went into service and did
a four-year tour of duty as an
assistant to the chaplain. A boy
alto, he had always loved the
temple, and for seven years "dave-
ned from the pulpit. When he came
out of the service, he went to the
Cantors Conservatory at Juilliaiu.
Suddenly the five-year difference in their age became
minor; Adrienne was no longer a ittle girl, but a young
lady to be courted.
After the Kleins were married, they stayed in Spring
Valley for a while. Fourteen years ago, they moved to
Miami, of which thirteen years were spent at Temple
Menorah.
Adrienne had three rough years when she was hit
by a car. It was during these years that she started sewing
again but not doll clothes this time. Designing intrigued
her. It was at this time too. that she decided to paint. She
often used her own children for models.
Guests frequently ask about the Adrienne uses. An
excelent baker, there are no store-bakery goodies in her
house. She also does odd jobs of carpentry, using the patio
as a workshop. The Cantor gave her an electric drill for
a Chanuka present. Not to be outdone, he has extra curri-
eular foents of his own. having built a complete stereo set
himself. Their collection of records, particularly Jewish
records, is large
Adrienne still thrills to her husband's voice, and he
gave her ample opportunity, around the house. With the
five kid- they have an assortment of piano, flute, guitar
and drum players. Altogether, they are a very impressive
groupand a very noisy one Since their father knows all
the songs, they have a wonderful research librarian right
at hand.
Adrienne frequently goe ng with her husband when
he has to sing. She says it a iys seems like the first time.
The> like to go to a show 01 movie together taking one of
the three older children with them. That way they can spend
undivided time with each. The children are all well-behaved.
so well-behaved, in fact, that once Alan complained his
shoes squeaked when he had to leave the temple. A con-
{ant immediate!} donated carpeting tor all the aisles
so that his -ii'" |ueak anymore. This is a
; ijection of Adriene's sphy of lift: Do for others
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Sadie Pittle. Scranton Pa., and the
late Hyman Pittle.
Honor attendants to the bride
were Mrs. Ronald David and Carol
Danto. her sister, with Diane
Zweig and Leslie Lavin. flower
girls.
Carl Pittle served as his bro-
ther's best man with Morris Kess-
ler and Ronald Zweig. groomsmen.
The bride chose a formal gown
of peau de soie with contoured
Aline skirt embellished with a
large lace motifs. The molded bod-
ice was designed with square-cut
neckline, long tapered sleeves, and
a pearl-embroidered yoke. The cha-
pel train was caught in back with
a butterfly bow, and the bouffant
French illusion was held by a prin-
cess crown of aurora borealis cry-
stals and pearls.
The bride is a graduate of Cen-
tral High in Scranton, Pa., and
Charron Williams Commercial Col-
lege in Miami. She is secretary at
Temple Beth Torah.
The bridegroom is also a gra-
duate of Central High and has a
BS degree from the University of
Scranton. He is a second lieuten-
ant in the U.S. Army and is statio-
ned in Fort Lee. Ya.
For their honeymoon, the couple
took a motor trip of the Eastern
coast.
Brill Conrow
Constance B Conrow chose an
off while peau de soie sheath with
chapel train and carried white
rose's for her marrage to Lawrence
F Brill on Dec. 19. The Sunday
evening ceremony was conducted
by Rabbi Morris Skop. and the Du
Pont Plaza Hotel served as the
setting for the wedding and recep-
tion which followed.
Attending the bride and groom
were Kay Biggs and Ann Cossart
with Steve Brill, beat man. and
Peter Spillis.
Now on a honeymoon in Mexico.
bVeJ to C/reet* c/Vew Ijeav
MRS. RICHARD GRUNDSTtIN
LEO HOHAUSER
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Serving bade County Over 25 Years
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MRS. LAWRENCE BRIll
new Mr. and Mrs Brill will live at
35 Edgewater Dr.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. ,1 M Conrow, of Mar
.-hall. Tex. Presently teaching at
Vineland Elemental") in Dade
County, she' has a BS degree from
the Universitj of Texas and is a
member of Gamma Phi Beta S i
rority
Son of Mr and Mrs .lack Brill,
330 sw 55th Ave the brideg-oom
has a BSt'E degree from the Uni-
versity <>t Miami, where he receiv-
ed the Brownell Award as out
i img senior engineering stu-
dent. He was a member of the
men's honorary. Iron Arrow, and
DDK. and served In the student
government He is now president
of Lawrence F. Brill, consulting
engineering
Grundslein Levinson
Barbara s. Levinson and Rich
ard A. Grundslein were married
Sunday. Dec. 19. in the Dupont
Plaza Hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Courtney D, Levinson,
1029 Obispo Ave. Coral Cables.
She attended the University of
Florida and is a graduate of the
University of Miami. At present,
she is assistant sales manager of
Eureka Bronze Foundries. Inc.. in
Hialeah, Fla.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr
and Mrs. Joseph .1 Grundslein. of
Flushing NY. lie is attending the
University Of Miami and has ser-
ved three- years in the' t'nited
States Army.
After a honeymoon trip to Sin
Juan, PR, th" couple will live at
3021 S.W. 27th Ave
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Rabbi Robert Hammer officiated
at the wedding ceremonj oi Eileen
Edith Bloom and Robert Jaj Han
delsman in Beth El Synagogue,
Akron, 0 The candlelight cen
mon\ was performed at 5:30 p.m.,
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Of Mr and Mrs Herbert landels
man. of Treasun Island
The bride woie a go\<
dlelighl peau di soie trin
alencon law ai d -< ed
signed with an empire
.. sleeves, am a sabi
line Alencon lace and seed ,
trimmed the neckline I -
and front of thl A-sht I -
The chapel train extended
waistline of the dress
of handmade pea., de soie
rosebuds was attached
bouffant veil of imported
and she carried apmbidiuni ., ^
.hd-. Btephanot's. and ivy n /
eonfirmatii
Diane Bo!nick was ma
or. and Mrs. Burton Lew sisti r
of the bride, served as matroi f
honor.
Bridesmaids included Jud> I
lack. Adele Levin*, Mrs. Steph<
Schwartz. Cheryle Kaufm in.
Carolyn Cooper Beth Elk
served as junior attendant
Donald MetZger served i- bi -'
man. Ushers included Irving B< t-
nek. Lawrence I-evine. Burl
Levey, Walter Markowitz. and -
phen and Kenneth Botnick lei
Levey served ai rinc bearer.
Reception and dinner followed
in the social hall, which was
orated in pink and white-
City, the couple will live ir Mia
wheTe Mr. Handelsman i- in ed
tional television.
The bride- graduated
nla ("ollegc of Medical Tec
and Lincoln College, lini
She is a member of Aipii i
Theta Soroi itj
Hoi bridegroom gradi y 4
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languages at New York Univer-
sity and Columbia University.
He received a fellowship from
ihe United States Office of Educa-
tion at the University of Colorado
Language Institute.
His affixations include Tau Ep-
silon Phi Fraternity. Sigma Delta
Pi. honorary, and Golden Key
Club.
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Peresman Weinbren
Marlene Joyce, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Hyman Weinbren. of Cor-
al Gables, formerly of East Liver-
pool, O., became the bride of Wil-
liam Oliver Peresman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph S. Peresman. Car-
negie, Pa., on Saturday evening,
Jan. 1.
Dr. Irving Lehrman officiated at
the candlelight double ring cere-
mony held at the Fontainebleau
Hotel, where a reception followed.
Honor attendants to the bride
were her sisters, Audrey Weinbren
and- Ronna Weiiibren.
Joseph Peresman served as his
son's best man, and ushers includ-
ed Alan Feinberg and Michael
WVstorman.
Following a honeymoon in the
Virgin Isles, the newlyweds will
live in New York City, where the
bridegroom is associated with an
export firm.
For the wedding, the bride se
lected a gown of candlelight peau
de sole with a detachable 'run
(ailing from the shoulder styled
with wide bands of lace around
the hemline and long tapered
sleeves of alencon lace
A band of small rosebuds and
petals of peau de soie and alencon
ace held the full pouf veiling, and
she carried while butterfly roses,
cattleya orchids and ivy foliage.
Weriu r Kah!)
MIS. ROBERT ZUCKER
A 1964 graduate of Ohio State I
University with a BS degree in
Medical technology, the bride had
been a medical technologist with
the Miami Heart Institute. She is a
member of Alpha Delta Theta, pro-
fessional medical sorority, and
American Society of Clinical
Pathologists
The bridegroom attended the
Massachusetts Institute of Technol-
ogy and received a BA degree in
economics and journalism from
Duquesne University, Pa. He is a
number of Alpha F.psilon Pi. social
fraternity, and a past president of
Inter!raUi-nitv Council.

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Judith Ann Katz and Robert
Arthur Zucker will be 1979 No
Glades Dr Married on Sunday
evening, Dec 2t> the couple chose
Jamaica for their honeymoon.
The candlelight ceremony was
conducted by Rabbi Samuel Stone
at the Surfside Community Center.
where a reception and dinner
followed the nuptials.
Bridal attendants incuded Ina
Safra. Judy Bernard and Ellen
Zucker. the groom's sister. Jules
Zucker. served as his brother's
best man. with Rick Katz. the
bride's brother. Salomon Wain-
berg. Clifford Gordon and Alan
Wainberg as ushers.
The bride's wedding gown was
an ivory brocade sheath in the
empire style with a removable
camelot coat ending in a chapel
train. A matching ivory brocade
Dior bow held a triple tier of
French illusion, and she carried a
cascade of white roses and orchids
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris N. Katz, 450 NE 143rd St., the
bride is a graduate of North Miami
High and is a senior with a major
in secondary education social
Studies at the University of Miami.
She is included in "Who's Who
in American Universities and
Colleges." and belongs to Kappa
., Pi Honorary. Alpha Theta"
Kappa Honorary, and Gamma
na sen ice sorority site
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in nice experiment or home in Miami
Beech Centrally located.
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MRS. NORMAN YOUNG
is a University of Miami hostess,
and a member of AWS Town Girls.
AWS Central Residence Council.
Student Education Association.
Currently teaching at Miami
Carol City High, the bridegroom is
a graduate <>f North Miami High
and the University of Miami,
where he majored in government.
He serves as president of Alpha
Phi Omega He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs, Leo Zucker, 80 NE 134th
St.
Young Weinbaum
A late evening ceremony on
Sunday. Dec. 26. united Judith
Anne Weinbaum. daughter of Dr.
and Mrs Frank Weinbaum. Cleve-
land. <).. and Norman Lewis
Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bimer
Young, 1940 SW 32nd t't
The Aimer- Hotel was the BCl
ting for the nuptials followed by a
reception and dinner there.
For the wedding, conducted by
Rabbi Leon Kronish, the bride
wore a House of Bianchi gown of
candlelight peau de soie. The bat-
teau neckline was outlined with
alencon ace and seed pears, and
alencon lace and seed pearls, and
appliqued at the hip line on either
side of the paniered skirt which
extended into a full chapel train.
A crown of pearls held the finger
tip veil.
On their return from a honey-
moon in Jamaica. Mr. Young and
his bride will live at 7737 No. Ken-
dall Dr.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Carol
Stern, and bridesmaids included
Mrs. Carol Young. Susan Shaffer.
Mrs. Sheila Glass and Lauren
Meltzer.
Tiie bridegroom's best man was
Richard Young. Hank Dvoor. Kma-
nuel Meyer, Burt Sussman and
Stanley Glass served as ushers.
New Mrs. Young is a graduate
"! the University of Miami School
of Education and now teaches in
Dade County. Her bridegroom
earned a degree in business at the
University ol Miami anil is pre-
sently in tin men's clothing busi-
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Green Yovngerman
A hiish noon wedding on Sunday.
Dec. 36 united Marianna Joy.
daughter of Mr and Mrs Alex
Youngerman. 3000 Prairie Ave.
and James W. Green, son of Mrs
Al Shulman. of Cleveland, O and
the late Simon J. Green.
For the double ring ceremon>
held at the Crystal House, the
bride selected a street-length
frock of white crepe in a tunic
effect. The dress was sleeveless
and had a scoop neckline. The
headpiece fashioned into a flower
with lily-of-the-valley held the
French illusion veil, and she car-
ried white orchids, stephanotis and
lily-of-the-valley on her confirma-
tion Bible.
She was attended by her sister,
Mrs Ben Cindy. Thomas Green,
the bridegroom's brother, served
as his best man.
Now teaching at Broadmoor Ele-
mentary, new Mrs. Green is a gra-
duate of Miami Beach High, atten-
ded the University of North Caro-
lina and earned a degree in social
welfare and a certificate in ele-
w.rti, r Kahn mentarv education from Florida
State University.
The bridegroom is a graduate df
I Shaker Heights High and has a
Jeffrey Mack exchanged marital degree from the University of
vows on Saturdav, Jan 1, at the Miami. He was in the Intelligence
Dupont Plaza Hotel, where a re- &* > the U.S. Army-and is now
, owner of Green Realty Co. He it-
ception followed the vremony a melntK>r ^ ^Pta B(>U| Tau Frater
Rabbi AI bred Waxman officiated nity aad a director of Miami ItoarD
Parents of the newlyweds are i Realtors
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Stoltz. Following a reception and lun
11045 SW 52nd Dr.. and Mr and rbeon at the Crystal House. Mr
Mrs Samuel Mack. 8821 SW 87th Gr^wi and his bride left for a
MRS. JEFFREY MACK
St.
motor trip throngh Florida. The\
The bride was attended by Mrs. pln j hve in Miami
Stuart Stoltz. matron of honor,
and Shelby Shaw, maid of honor.
Evan Mack served as best man.
and Stuart Stoltz. Alan Stoll/..
Mark Kerness and Eric Shaw ush-
ered
Sherman Pear/man
Kay Anne Pearlman and Fred
I Sherman exchanged rings and
wedding vws at the Deauvillf
Mr and Mrs. Mack and his bride *' ol> n- ''* Rabbi Ma*
both graduated from Southwest LiPSCblU officiating
High and attended Miami Dade The bride is the daughter of Mr
Junior College.
and Mrs Harold Pearlman, 87h
NE 180th St, She is a graduate of
North Miami High and attended
the University of Florida.
Mrs. Sherman's gown was of
alencon lace and rich delu.-tered
satin with lavish appliques of lace
flattering the scallop scoop neck
inc. Honor attendants. Miss Lynne
Roskin and Mrs. Edward Cotzin.
wore pink floor length gowns.
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Al Sherman. 8435 Crespi
Blvd. He is a graduate of Miami
Beach High and an honor student
at the University of Florida. He
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vJenitti fhrtdSain
Friday, Jar.uary 7, 1366
^
C/,.
irminct/u
yours,
pECEIVING line at the Ambas-
" sador's Ball in the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel last week included
the seventeen young ladies come-
of-age. all of them in beautiful
white gowns. Greeting the lovely
young women in debut were the
Sam Blanks. Mrs Blanks pink
satin gown had a matching jack-
et which dipped lower in back,
and satin-lined bugle beads were
embroidered on both her gown
and jacket Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers, who is chairman of the
Women's Division, State of Is-
rael Bonds, chose an elegant
white brocade sheath.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin's white sal n
gown featured a crystal-beaded
overblouse, Sen Claude Pepper -
wife was in a stunning gold brc-
ca Y with a matching floor-length
.' Gold bugle b< ads detailed
1 n.
and pink brocade < m-
broidered with '.'"Id lame was the
ce "' Mrs Murry Kon .
Mrs. William Goldstein ore
:>:nk chiffon h ith a match-
ing color satin banding the hod-
Ice Red silk organza wit!:
Eiandra Bialolenki
Planning for June
Prof and Mr- Andre S. Bialo-
Di i.ido Island, an-
the on. agemi nt oi their
i Esta, to Edward
Da i, son ol Mr and Mrs Ji e
Dato, of Ft Worth. T
,i \ Y
lolenki i- .i i late of
.;> V'illan in Chesiei i s-\ illars,
.i. and attei h er-
ama and Floi i
iity.
Her fiance is .. graduate of Hor-
High School m Chap-
-. V. and is presently i
his senioi y ar at Southern
Metl st University in Dallas,
rex where the couple plan to live
i June wedding.
tunic of black point d'esknit was
worn by Mrs. Larry Paskow.
ty i# V
L4RS. Baron de Hirsch Meyer
" topped her heavily beaded
ice pink lace gown with a floor-
length white mink coat. A black
Dior Original gown with a latticed
jet beaded bodice was worn by-
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. Her
black silk coat was a Scassi Orig-
inal. Mrs. .lack Popick was spin-
ning in a sky blue silk Alaskan
gown with a brocade coat of
mocha, blue and gold lame, and
mink-trimmed cuffs.
White chiffon with an over-
blouse <>f nude illusion embroid-
ered with sequined lace appliques
was worn by Mrs. Fred Stone
Mrs David Dorfman chose black
with her velvet bodice featuring
jet crystal tear drop fringe over
a crepe skirt. Mint green chiffon
with a crystal bugle b
bodice was selected by Mrs Ben
Levin. Mrs I. onard l>'
mauve peau with silver bead-. Peacock blue
with iridescent sequins was worn
by Mrs. Jonas .' Brotman Mrs
Bernaths Tell
Loretta's Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bcrnatb.
ol Atlanta, Ga.. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Loret-
1a Bernath. to Kenneth L Toppell,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Toppell,
of Miami.
Mr. Bernath heads the Atlanta
Cooperage works, an Atlanta Cor-
poration.
The bride-elect attended the I'ni-
versity of George, where she was
a member of Delta Phi Epsilon
She also attended Marsh Business
College and is now employed by-
Court s and Co.
Mr. Toppell was a lf60 honor
graduate of Miami Senior High.
He graduated with honors from the
University of North Carolina,
where he was a member of Tau
Epsilon Phi Fraternity H, is com-
pleting his third year at the Emory
University School of Medicine and
is secretary of Phi Delta Epsilon.
medical fraternity.
The wedding will be held on
June 26 in Atlanta
WVni'T Kaloi
MISS fIANDRA BIALOLINKI
Torah Dedicated
At Young Israel
Young Israel of Miami Beach.
1544 Washington Ave.. dedicated a
new Torah Scroll on Sunday eve-
ning.
The scroll was presented by Mrs. |
Lena Goldberg, whose brother and
family arrived from New York for
the dedication.
Jack Rifkin wore a blue sequined
sheath. An aquamarine colored
gown was Mrs. Sidney Ansin's
choice.
The Eleanor Roosevelt-Israel
Humanities Award was conferred
upon Dr. Henry King Stanford,
president of the University of
Miami. For the occasion. Mrs.
Stanford chose a white satin .'own
with gold caviar beads and iri
descent sequins on her scooped
neck bodice. Her pistachio green
wool stole was from a trip to
Colombia, and her unusual gold
necklace was selected for her in
Cairo by Dr. Stanford. The pre-
sentation was made by Lome
Green, of stage, screen and tele-
vision fame. Mr. and Mrs.
Greene were seen on the dance
floor enjoying the music of Sam
my Spears orchestra, with Mrs.
Greene wearing an antique satin
brocaded sheath of black and
gold.
*
kJRS. Walter Hartman s white
,TI moss crepe gown from
Hong Kong was embroidered in
white, red. and silver caviar
beads. Pink peau de soie with B
beaded bodice was Mrs David
Zimmerman's choice. Mrs Aus-
tin Burke was in royal blue chif-
fon with a beaded bodice. Black
chiffon with full-length panniers
was worn by Mrs Julius Taylor.
Mrs. Bob Brenner was in tur-
quoise satin with a jeweled neck-
line Cold silk brocade was Mrs
Nathan Hochman's choice
Mrs i.i wis Dorfman was strik-
ing in her forest green cut velvet
Mrs Rose Fishman designed her
chiffon gown made in Rome. It
had yards and yards of tissui
sheer -ilk chiffon in alternating
panel- of pale chartreuse and
pink, and featured the fitted tx I
ice and exceptionally full skirt
Eileen Singer,
Law Student
Plan Marriage
The emenl of Mis- Eileen
r to Martin James Schv
I bj Sydell Sii
er, i Reach. The prospec-
oom is the son of Mr.
Ben Schwartz, of No Mi-
Bi ach.
raduated with
: honors from the University ol
Florida and Is now teaching in
' Hollywood She is a member
of Phi Kappa Phi and Pi Lambda
Theta, honoraries.
Her fiance is a graduate of the
University of Florida and is now in
his junior year in the university's
College of Law He serves a- an
officer in the Florida Blue Key.
leader-hip honorary, and held of-
fice in Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity.
He is a member of the editorial
board of the Florida Law Review,
Phi Eta Sigma, scholastic honor-
ary, phi Alpha Delta, legal fra-
ternity, and received a Law Cen-
ter Scholarship and a Student
Government Outstanding Service
Award.
Nancy Cohen
Eyes June Rites
Mr and Mrs. Maurice Cohen,
5518 Magiore. Coral Gable- an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Nancy Bonnie, to Carl
David Reiter.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Rei-
ter, Memphis, Tenn., the prospect-
ive bridegroom is a gradual.- of
White Station High and is major-
ing in finance at the University of
Tennessee
The future bride is a graduate of
Coral Gables High and is attending
the University of Tennessee.
A June wedding is planned.
MRS. flllD SHtRMAN
Continued from Page 9-B
Sherman Pearlman
will enter the Universitj of Ten
ties ee Den;al School in Januarj
He i- a raduate ol Miami Bead
Hilgh and an honor -indent at the
University i I Fonda He will enter
the University of Tenness< e Den
tal Schoo in January.
Best man was Herb Sherman
t shers included Gene Pearlman.
Car;. Kaplin, Mike Sack- Harl l
Turchjn and Dave Noble. Alai
was ring bearer
After a I' neymoon in Nassau
itiole will make their home in
Memphis, Tenn.
MISS ElUtN SINCtR
Nancy Rosen,
Neil Schaffel
To Be Married
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Rosen. 5410
Alhambra Cir., Coral Gables, an-!
nounce the engagement of their I
daughter, Nancy Aileen, to Neil j
Schaffel. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur Schaffel, 1408 So. Bayshore
Dr.
The future bride is a graduate '
W.i ii. r K.ilui
hUSS NANCY COHEN
of Coral Gables Senior High. She
attended Michigan Slate Univer-
sity, and is now at the University
of Miami, majoring in education.
Mr. Schaffel is a graduate of
Miami Senior High and the Univer-
sity of Southern California, where
he received his degree in aero-
space engineering. He is now at-
tending the University of Miami
Law School. He is a member of
Alpha Epsilon Pi and Phi Alpha
Delta, legal fraternity.
Garden Club
Meeting Jan. 13
Next meeting Ol the Dadeland
Garden Club will be held Thursday,
Jan 13. 9:30 a.m. at the l-mc ol
Mrs Philip Reviti 12080 svv 83rd
Ave.
Program will feature Helen
Dean, and judge oi many flower
shows, who will give a presentation
ol 'Artistry m Flower Arranging
for Your House and Garden."
At the recently held Metro Flow-
er Show, the following members
ol the Dadeland Garden Club re-
ceived ribbons for outstanding ex-
hibits: Mrs. Annette Way, Mrs.
Charlotte Simon, Mrs. Claire Push-
Kin. Mrs. Betty Spieler. Mrs Micky
Gittleson.
Emanu-EI Unit
Meeting Sunday
Forty-N'meis of Temple Emanu-
El will hold its r< gular monthly
meeting on Sunday. 7:80 pm., in
sirkin Hall. Irving Scbataman,
president, announci
A musical program run been ar-
aimed in honor of the ho-l.s for
he evening, Mr at d Mrs Benja-
inn Epstein, who will celebrate
heir 50th wedding anniversary on
Sunday.
Meeting is open 10 members oi
the Forty \inci- d their guest
Beth Moshe
Ladies1 Meeting
Regular meel I t1 e Beth
r Sisterhoo I held on
Monday evening i I ipiel 6 i ial
Hall
Program will tx presented by
January < in le S ith I
Mrs Bud Breitbarr, and
fune Circle Sarah Circle le
Mrs Jay Rand.
Hi i. hi will be 'Profili
Health." with guesl speaker, Dr.
Paul Hilf.
i hood n I: ni i
will be held on ei 'ay won
in Popiel Social Hi Theme w.d
'n "Profiles in i'ookory."
Torah Hadassah
JNF Bruncheon
Torah Group of h trill
; its annual Ji v ish National
Fund and Tree C< tifii ate brunch-
"ii on Tuesday no i al the Coral
t omen's (
tlu urn ss i ond.i,
Mrs. Edyth Gi gional dl
>r. American Fin nds of the He-
brew University, will review -The
Rl bbi," bj Noah Cordon.
T Wig Show
Next Wednesday
The "Y's" Worm n Auxiliary of
the YM and WHA of Greater Mi-
ami wii present a special wig style
-bow and card party next Wednes-
day 10:30 a.m. in the Golden
Key Room.
The show will be conducted by
the Fashion Department of StflfV
Roebuck and feature all the latest
hairpieces to be displayed in their
stores during 1066.
Mrs. Jack Baum is program
chairman. Mrs. Leonard I.uria is
president of the'Y".- Women Aux-
iliary
All-Day Kallah
Set at Beth David
Mrs. Al J. Beer, cultural vice
president of Beth David Sister-
hood, and Mrs. Maurice Kellner,
chairman, announce an all-day
Kallah at Beth David on Wednes.
day. Jan. 1!). beginning at 10 a.m.
The function, which will inn
through 2:30 p.m., is scheduled for
Spector Hall.
Di. Jacob Kabakoff. noted edu
cator, writer, and lecturer, will bo
guest speaker at the seminars."
Great Books Discussion
Plutarch's "LyeurgiM" and "Nu.
ma" were to be discussed by -the
First Year Great Books Discussion
Group on Thursday. 7:30 pm, 4
the Miami Beach Public Library.
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Flower Demo
To be Offered
Mrs. Ben I.ond. president, will
conduct the Mt. Sinai Hospital
Garden Club 10 a.m. board meet-
ing and the noon open meeting on
Monday at the Miami Beach Gar-
den Center and Conservatory.
Mrs. Lester Stepner, past pies;
dent of the club, member of the
Miami Beach Garden Center Com-
mitti < vice director and prograi i
chairman ol the Academy of Flo-
ral Art. will sive a demonstration
on "Flowers in Decorating."
mm
.
^ 1*1,
fcly-elected members of the Forte Tower, Men's Social
Board of Directors are first r-w bottcm (left to riqht) Sum
nbaum, Som Newman, Leo Katz, He:man Aue:b ch, I
ii, Arthur Orn.-tein, Samuel Kerkcr. Cbarlc- W(
Bde row are Al Thorner. Jack Golcbrer, Sam Kaplan, Mor-
trully, Wm. Stoilmcn, Phil Foqelnest, Jcsenh Mcnd.es,
Abraham Kcndell, Harry Stern. Sam Rubenstein, Mosley
Fis< .. .. Top row are Joe Moore, Saul Sklar, Leo Price, Murray
man. Louis Small. Not shown is Harry Ducker. Installa-
tion of officers and board members will be held at a dinnor-
danrc on Feb. 23 at the Decuville Hotel.
'ahbi Arzt to Talk at Beach Confab
bbi Max \n\, vice chancellor
Jewish Theological Semin-
(c; America, will l>c the tea-
speaker at a spiritual lead-
i<\. conference at the Eden Hoc
el on Monday at 8 p.m.
conference, at which mem-
of the combined boards of
Conservative Synagogue* ol
later Miami are scheduled to
ticipatc. w ill be the first in a
[spread series of activities in
area celebrating the Semm-
B 80th anniversary. Dr. Arzt
discuss Our Right to be Equal
}ui Duty to be Unequal."
labbinical committee of spon-
COnsists of Rabbi Mayer
Famowltz, Temple Menorah;
jbi Samuel April. Temple Or
Rabbi Maxwell Berger,
mple Zamora; Rabbi Irwin Cut-
Temple Israel of Miramar;
>bi Emanuel Elsenberg, Temple
h Sholom. I>ake Worth; Rabbi
pman FlShman, Temple Beth-El.
st Palm Beach: Rabbi Maurice
|eia, Temple Tifereth Jacob, and
Jbbi Sol Landau, Beth David
>n;Tegation
Also Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
temple Emanu-EI; Rabbi Max A.
pechaU, Beth Torah Congrega-
lon; Rabbi Morton Ma lav sky.
fern pie Beth Sholem. Hollywood;
labbi Richard Markowitz. Beth
country preparing rabbis for
ice i" Conservative congregations
The Seminary also maintains an
extensive college level program,
including an accredited teacher
Seaboard Names
Nichols Agent
.lack V. Nichols has b<
pointed citj i assi nger and tii -
i _,'nt for the Seaboard Railroad in
Mia: according to an a
noum ent bj W. J. Ficht,
oral pas.-', nger agent for tl
panj.
A native ol Albertville Ala N
i hols joined the Seaboard
lie has held ; itli the S
ird in Wildwood, Tampa. Ja
sonville and Sebring before c i
to Miami in 1942 as ba{
training department, and schools clerk.
for cantors and choral directors Since 1982. he has served as pas
li- library contains the largest col- senger service agent on the I
lection of Hebraica and Judaica in ida streamliners operating between
Hi,, world. Miami and New York.
ABB/ MAX AftZT
Moshe Congregation; RabN !!?ro!d
Kichter. Congregation B'na >a
phael; Rabbi Allen Rutchik, 1'iil d
Synagogue of America Ra'>bi
David Shapiro. Temple Sino Hol-
lywood.
The Seminary, spiritual renter
of the Conservative movement in
Judaism, is currently celebrating
its 80th anniversary. Founded in
1886. it is the only school in this
larvey Bell At
Temple Concert
Harvey Bell, well-known local
performer, will be one of the fea-
tured attractions at the seventh an
[i ual Temple Ner Tamid concert
IS.iturday evening, Jan. 8, at the
I'lemple.
My Posner. chairman of the con-
It ert committee, said that Bell has
[performed at the Club Bali and
I tin- Olympic Theatre. For 14
| J i ars. he appeared at Bill Jordan's,
well as with the late Eddie Can-
[ tor.
Slated to be seen with Bell will
I" his 15-year-old son, Jodi. who
lias made guest appearances with
Debbie Reynolds. Louis Prima.
Keely Smith and on the Ed Sid-
livan Show. Young Jodi performs
on the concert piano, trumpet, gui-
tar, and also sings.
Also scheduled is Bogdan
ChniSSCS, outstanding violist. who
plays with the University of Miami
Orchestra and teaches at the Uni-
versity.
Proceeds from the evening will
he utilized for the support of the
Religious School.
make your
radio
sound
better
Bell
Chrusics
Hospital Director Reports
lonas Kiken, national director of
Development of Children's Asthma
Research Institute and Hospital at
Denver, was in Miami Tuesday to
meet with South Florida Council
<>f Presidents of the organization
to discuss the latest findings for
the reliaf of intractable asthma
and allied allergies.
Seagram Names
New Executive
By Special Report
Edgar M. Bronfman, president
of Joseph E. Seagram and Sons.
Inc., has announced the appoint-
ment of Jack Yogman as execu-
tive vice president. Yogman nas
been vice president, assistant to
the president, and a director of
the company.
Yogman joined Seagram in
1957, after having been a partner
in the firm of Stevenson. Jordan
and Harrison, management engi-
neers and consultants. Previously,
he held engineering posts with
E. R Squibb and Sons and Federal
i Telephone and Radio Corporation,
I division of International Telephone
and TelegTaph.
He holds a degree in chemical,
I engineering from Cooper Union,
1 New York City.
i A native of New Jersey. Yog-
1 man lives with his wife and their
' two children in Stamford, Conn.
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Friday. January 7, 1966
Gerald Serotta, of Harvard University (right), is congratulated
by the donors of the Eugene and Shirley Greenfield College
Essay Award on winning the S250 prize for his work on "What
Jewish History Means to Me." theme of the competition for
Temple Israel of Greater Miami college students this past
year. Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual leader of Temple Israel, is
shown on the left during the annual college homecoming
brunch last week.
-
Rosen, Fleeman Appointed Co Chairmen
Of '66 Combined Appeal Campaign
Two prominent Miami Beach
civic leaders. Leonard Rosen and
David B. Fleeuiau., Iians been
named co-chairmen of the Initial
Gifts Division Of the Combined
Jewi.-li Ap&eal.
Announcement pi the appoint-
ments of Fleeman and Rosen was
made by overall 1906 CJA camp-
aign chairman. Jay I. Kislak.
The Initial Gifts Division, ac-
cording to Rosen and Fleeman.
will hold its annual dinner dance
Jan. 23 at the Fontainebleau Hotel
on Miami Beach.
Rosen will host a cocktail
party Jan. 13 to develop turnout
for the dinner dance.
'"The initial gifts division is in
tuixl hands." said Kislak upon
making the announcement of the
Russell to Head
'66 Metals Group
Robert Russell, a past chairman
el the Combined Jewish Appeal's
Manufacturing and Transport Di-
vision, has been named chairman
of the CIA'.-. i9Gi metals group in
that division.
Russell, a member of Temple Is-
rael and a trustee ami member <>f
the board of directors at Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital, has been ac-
tive in Combined Jewish Appeal
and Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion for several years. His appoint-
ment was made by Jay 1 Kislak.
CJA chairman.
Russell is a graduate of Brook-
lyn College and the City College
of New York, and is head of the
Miami Window Corp.
Russell's group is one of several
aiming to hit an overall CJA 1966
goal of $1,566,666. which was
adopted by the campaign cabinet
and executive committee of the
Federation.
Funds are for more than 50
agencies locally, nationally and
overseas. The 1966 goal Is a S127,-
000 increase over last year.
Rabbi Kronish
Slated Sunday
Point View North's Combined
Jewish Appea] Committee has
scheduled a campaign breakfast
with Temple Beth Sholom's Rabbi
I,cm Kronish as the featured
speaker on Sunday, at io a m.
Announcement of the breakfast
a> made by Poinl View N rth -
CJA co-chairmen, Nathan Nev
man and Robeftj Robbil
Serving with them on the com-
mittee are Mauih e \helson. Larry
Blue, Julian Co und Eis< n-
berg. Arthur Shntfel Henry Frank,
Dr. Marvin ilniim-l, Frank C.
Ml and Sidney Rudolph
appointments of Rosen and Flee-
man 'The CJA has two fine men
guilding the division and excep-
'ional people working with them
on the committee. We look to a
bis; success in this division."
Associate chairmen in the initial
gifts division are Judge Irving Cy-
inn. Leo Kisenstein. Paul Faske.
Martin Fine. Emil Gould. Mar-
shall S Harris. Sam Luby. Jr.. Ba-
ron de Hirsch Meyer. Herbert
Paige. Jack S. Popick. I>ouis Poller
and Stewart Sunm -
Initial Gilts Committee includes
William Agranove. R. Williams
Apte. Sidney Ansin. Stanley Beren-
son. Theodore Berman. Jerry
Blank. David P. Catsman. Joseph
Cohen. Ben Cutler. Leon J. Ell,
Walter Falk, A. C. Fine. Sol Frank
el, Ben Ciller. A. L. Glickman.
Sam Goodman. Sam A. Goldstein.
Abe Green. Melvin Graenberg,
Burt Halt. A. J. Harris. I-ouis Q.
Harris, Sam J. Heiman. Daniel X.
Heller. Ernest Janis. Irving Kap-
lan. Leon Kaplan. Donald A. Kap-
lan. Louis Kenin. Jerry L. Kipnis,
Aaron Kravitz, Hi bert Krinzman,
Sidnej Lefcourt, Dr. Irving Lehr-
man, Sam C. I.evenson. Harry
MarkowitZ, Ben Meyers.
Harry Mizrach. A. J. Molasky.
Judge Joseph Morris. Emil Mor-
ton. Samuel Mufson, Alexander
Mu>s. Stanley C. Myers. Ben No
vaek. Harry Oslas, Norton Pallot,
Sam Pollock, Jacob Rabinowilz.
Morris Rabinowitz. Charles Reskin,
Joseph Rose. Alexander Rubin.
Irving Rubin. Robert Russell. Ar-
nold Seeder. Mendell M. Selig, Ja-
cob Sher. Lawrence E. Singer. Wil-
liam D. Singer. Milton Sirkin,
George L. Sogg, RicharJ Stone,
David Stuzin. Carl Susskin. George
Talianoff. Harold Thurman. Byron
J. Topol. Robert L Turclun, Wil-
liam Wcintraub. Milton Weiss.
Leonard A. Wien, A. B. Wiener and
Max Weitz.
Temple Israel
College Alumni
At Homecoming
More than 100 college alumni
Of Temple Israel of Greater Miami
participated in a discussion cen-
tered about Rebellion on the
American Campus." which high-
lighted the annual Homecoming
brunch of the Reform Jewish con-
gregation last week.
James Axelrod, Ohio Univer-
sity: George Lister. Brown Uni-
versity; and Ronald Werner. Flor-
ida State University, were the
panelists who paced discussions on
college attitudes ranging from
dress and drinking to the draft
and Viet Nam. ->
The students, most of them at-
tcnd'ng Southern and Midwestern
schools, agreed that there was
ittle revolt or rebellion on their
ampuses and that conformity was
he order of the day. if not apathy
toward social problems.
The Eugene and Shirley Green-
field annual essay prize of S250
was won by Gerald Serotta. a stu-
lent at Harvard, whose dissertion
n "What Jewish History Means
6 Me" will be published and dis-
riluited 'o the 1.500-family con
jregatipn.
The award was announced by
Dr. Joseph R. Narot. rabbi of
Temple Israel, and the presenta-
tion made by both Mr. and Mrs.
(jreenfie.'ti
Gerstein Will
Coordinate Unit
State Attorney Richard Ger-
stein has been named coordinator
of the Food. Hotels. Restaurants
and Allied Trades Division of the
1966 Combined Jewish Appeal of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
Gerstein's appointment was an-
nounced by overall CJA campaign
chairman. Jay I. Kislak.
Division includes all those
business and firms active in the
area.
last campaign, the division
raised close to 250.(X)<). making it
one of the most important ><-_:
ments of the dris. e
With Gerstein in the division
will be Jerry Blank and Joe Cohen
as co-chairmen Blank is with Na-
tional Brands, and Cohen is with
1'ederal Packing
* .
Dr. Lehrman At
Morton Towers
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu El. was
to be guest speaker at a luncheon
meeting of Morton Towers resi-
dents sponsored by the Combined
Jewi.sh Appeal of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
The luncheon is scheduled for
12:15 p.m.. Thursday, Jan. 6, in
the Morton Towers Restaurant.
Co-chairmen for the function are
Morris Minov. Samuel Norkeen
and Abe Solosko.
Dr. Lehrman was chairman of
the Combined Jewish Appeal
campaigns in 1964 and 1965. This
year's campaign chairman is Jay
I. Kislak.
College alumni of Temple Israel of Greater Miami discussed
"Rebellion on the American Campus" at the annual homecom-
ing brunch last week. Panelists were George Litter, Brown Uni-
versity (at microphone), and seated (left to right) Ronald Wer-
ner, Florida State University; James Axelrod, Ohio University,
and Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, moderator.
B'nai BVith
Will Honor
Jackie Gleason
A man known to millions a- a
loud-mouth bus driver, good-heart-
BB lodge Hears Speaker
1-: Albert Pallot. international vice
pi evident of B'nai B'rith. was
principal speaker at a meeting of
Freedom Lodge, R'nal B'rith
last week. at the Siirf.side
ed bartender and philandering Community Center Topic of his
playboy, will be ,;i,k wu "ResponsibiUtiea of an
[uest of honor at American."
G/euson
i B'nai B'rith
Vouth service
inner in Miami
leach
Jackie G 1 e a
on. star of his
wn show, which
manates from
>Iiami Beach Au-
ditorium, will be
i h' d "for his
ehievements and
'immunity inter-
sts" at a Mar,
13 dinner at the
Font a i nebleau
Motel
Dr. William A. Waxier, of Sa-
vannah, president of B'nai B'rith,
will make the presentation to
Gleason.
Proceeds from the S10O-a-platC
tinner will support B'nai B'rith
programs in the State ot Florida.
B'nai B'rith maintains Hillel
Foundations at the University <>f
Miami and the University of Flor-
ida, as well as 41 teen-age youth
groups throughout the state-
Jafnel Paintings
Go on Sale
At Beach GaUery
Exhibition and sale of paintings
bj Samuel A Jafnel will be held
Ian 2 at the Jafnel Art Gallery.
530 Lincoln Road Mall.
Jafnel paintings are in the col-
lections of outstanding personali-
ties throughout the world He is
particular!) noted for Ins pictorial
work. "The Four Freedoms," a vis-
ual form ot the Atlantic Charter.
The noted artist died in 1964.
The gallery is under the supervi-
sion of Mrs Jafnel.
Ringling Circus
Due on Beach
'The Greatest Show on Earth"
will stage its 1966 world premiere
at the Miami Beach Convention
Hall with a four-day engagement
starting on Friday evening, Jan.
21.
Performances w ill be on Friday,
8 p.m.: Saturday. 10:30 am. 2:30
and 8:30 p.m.: Sunday. 2 and 6
p.m.; and Monday and Tuesday,
4:15 and 8 p.m.
Among the newly-acquired im-
ports who will highlight this year's
all-new edition is Senor Tonito.
king of the tight-wire; the incom-
parable Knoynots Clumps, who
ride ponies and stage their own
monkey-style wild west show; and
the Halasi Troupe. Norwegian
trampolinists.
Additional stars making their
initial appearance in this country
include the Gaonas. flying trapeze
artists from Spain; the Foravs.
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NOW!
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Temple Emanu-EI installed at the Sabbath service in the main
sanctuary last week. Left to right oip Ira Buchwald. Executive
mittee; Esther Robinpki, secretary; Olivia Levin, president;
Susan Epstein, vice president; and Debbie Buchwald, Execu-
tive Committee. lunior Congregation conducts services every
Sabbath morning, 10:30 a.m.. in the Assembly Hall.
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fJenist mkradaur
Page 13-B
J$ar Jan Carter
nn of Mr. and Mrs. William
1577 Daytonia Rd.. will
lie Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
lg, Jan. 8. at Temple Meno-
i is a student of the Religious
\\ and also attends Nautilus
. High, where he is a seventh
r. Jan is a slot ear enthusiast,
interested in art.
pner reception will be held at
[icauville Hotel on Saturday.

Steven Chancy
even Lewis, son of Mr. and
Stanley Chaney. 775 NW
Tit Till celebrate his. Bar
ah on Saturday. Jan. 8. at
Torah Congregation,
even, an eighth grade student
Hand Junior High, is interest-
tropical fish and sports, and
rs clarinet in the school band,
and Mrs. Chaney will honor
son at a reception at the Surf-
Community Center on Satur-
night.
^tending the ceremony will be
and Mrs. Robert Levine. of
ey City, N. J., celebrant's
Indparents. and Mr. and Mrs.
Katzel. godparents, Albany.
Neal Lebar
jlar Mitzvah of Neal. son of Mr.
id Mrs Morton l.ebar, will be
llchratcd on Saturday, Jan 8. at
imple Zion.
JAn eighth grade student at Kin
|ch Park Junior High. Neal is ac-
n in the athletic program.
A reception will be held in the
Beinie Berns, comedian who
has played the nation's top
supper clubs, including those
oi the Fontainebleau, Con-
cord and Grossinger's Hotels,
will bow in Friday's all new
Yiddish-American vaudeville
bill at the Cinema Theatre on
Washington Ave. Rounding
out the bill are international
songstress, Marlyn Murphy,
song stylist, Lee Barry, and
impresario, Leon Schacter
and his actress-wife, Gitel
Stem. On the screen is "The
Cantor's Son," starring Moi-
she Oys,her.
C lebrant's honor at the Cross-
ways Inn.
* *
Michael Perestock
Michael Robin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Perestock, 1131 NE
17!th St., will become Bar Mitzvah
at Young Israel of Greater Miami
on Saturday. Jan. 8.
Michael is an eighth grade stu- i
dent at John F. Kennedy Junior
High. He participates in all kinds \
of sports.
A reception will be held at his
norm on Sunday. Jan. 9.

Robert Marx
(lore Marx. 12130 NE Miami PI..
will become Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day. Jan. 8, at Beth Moshc Con-
gregation.
Kiddush in Robert's honor will
bllow the services in Popiel Soc-
, lal Hall.
Robert is a student of Beth
Moshe Hebrew School and attends
; eighth grade at North Miami Jun-
, lor High.
Scott Kisdin
Scott Arnell. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Kasdin. 2912 Flamingo Dr.,
will become Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
urday, Jan. 8, during mincha serv-
.ce at Temple Emanu-JSl.
Scott attends eighth grade at
Nautilus Junior High. His interests
include dancing, sports of all kinds
and playing the guitar.
Mrs, Tillie Baraab, of Miami
Beach. Scott's grandmother, will
ittend the event.
The celebrant will be honored at
a reception Saturday at the Eden
Roc Hotel.
* *
Sidney Sussman
Sidne) M son of Mr. and Mrs.
loseph Sussman. will be Bar Mitz-
, vail on Saturday, Jan. 8. at Con-
gregation Beth El.
Sidne) is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Shenandnah Junior High.

Mitchel Berger
Mitehel Stuart, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Berger. 2115 SW 23rd
St.. will become Bar Mitzvah at
Beth David Congregation on Sat-
urday morning. Jan. 8.
Mitchel is an eighth grade stu-
! dent at Shenandoah High, and has
I been attending Beth David Rcligi-
| mis School for the past eight years.
[ The celebrant won the National
' Football League Punt, Pass and
Kick Championship in 1963 and
I also plays in the school band.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Freedman.
| .rjinrinaronts of Mitchel, will at
tend services.
Sally Richman
Sally, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
toward Richman, 10820 NW 5th
Ave.. will become Bas Mitzvah on
Friday evening. Jan. 7. at Beth
Moshe Congregation.
An Oneg Shabbat in Sally's hon-
] ,r sponsored by her parents will
j ollow the services in Popiel Social
! Jail
Sally is a student of Beth Moshe
Hebrew School and attends eighth
Sidney Sussman Steven Chaney
grade at Horace Mann Junior High.
She plays piano, and is in the pre-
eonfirmation class at Beth Moshe.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Silver, of
New York, grandparents, and
grandmother. Mrs. Minna Rich-
man, secretary at Beth Moshe. will
attend the services.
A reception for relatives and
friends will be held on Sunday'.

Cary Morris
Cary lrwin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Morris, will become Bar '
Mitzvah on Saturday, Jan. 8. at |
Temple Adath Yeshurun.
Cary is in the seventh grade at
i John P. Kennedy Junior High and
| in the graduating class of Hebrew
School. He plays cello and base-
ball and is a member of the Little
League.
* *
Marc Parrtesi
Bar Mitzvah of Marc Ira. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parness, will
be observed at Temple Beth Tov
| on Saturday morning. Jan. 8.
Marc is an eighth grade student
at West Miami Junior High and
! plays in the school orchestra. Ho
j served as president of Beth Tov
Young Judaea.
A reception in honor of the eele-
j brant will be held on Saturday
evening at the YMllA at 8500 SW
8th St.
a a a
Henrietta Langer
Bas Mitzvah of Henrietta, daugh-
ter of Mr and Mrs. Jerome
Langer, 17525 NE 8th Ct., will be
observed during services Friday
evening. Jan. 7. at Beth Torah
Congregation.
Cory Morris
Marc Parness Sally Richman
I mi
Mitchel Berger
Henrietta will be honored at a
reception in her home following
the ceremony.
Pianist in the school concert
band, the celebrant also plays gui-
tar and ukelele and sings in the ,
Beth Torah choir. Now in her sixth i
vear at Beth Torah Religious
School, she won the Hebrew Award
\viien shfgPJra1 USled last ytar, ancH
was a contestant in the National
! Bible Contest. Other activities in-
clude tennis and horseback riding.
I '
Andy Burton
Saturday morning services, Jan.
8. at Beth Torah Congregation will
include the Bar Mitzvah of Andy,
son of Mr. and Mrs. David Burton,
i 1171 NE 160th St.
The celebrant is in the eighth
grade at John F. Kennedy Junior
High. He won the Spelling Bee
when he was in the sixth grade
and competed at the Dupont Plaza
Hotel as a representative of Flor
ida.
Andy will be honored at the
Kiddush following services and at
a reception on Saturday night at |
the Famous Restaurant.
Among guests will be his grand-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kot-
likoff, of Delaware, and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Gelfenstein. Miami, his
godparents.
- *
Steven Chaney
Beth Torah Congregation will
be the site of the Bar Mitzvah cele-
bration in honor of Steven, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Chaney. 775
NW 178th Ter on Saturday morn-
ing. Jan. 8.
1 Steven is in the eighth grade at
Norland Junior High and plays
clarinet in the school concert band.
He is a Boy Scout.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Levine, Jer-
sey City. N. J.. grandparents of
the celebrant, will be here for the
Bar Mitzvah service, the Kiddush
to follow and the reception tt be
held at Surfside Community Ren-
ter on Saturday nighT*
*
Joel Shweky
Early Saturday morning serv-
ices. Jan. 8. at Beth Torah Con-
gregation will include the Bar
Mitzvah of Joel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Seymour Shweky, 1190 NE
! 176th St.
Joel is a seventh grade student
at John F. Kennedy Junior High
and plays piano. He attended
Camp Ramah sponsored by United
, Synagogue.
The Bar Mitzvah will be honor-
ed at the Kiddush following the
, ceremony and at a reception at
| Biscayne Terrace Hotel on Sat-
urday night.
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Left, looking on, is Harold Thurman, who was toastmaster of
the affair. Rinht is Rabbi Israel Miller, president of the Rabbin-
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vjenist fknAMbun
Friday, January 7, 196B
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Amiga, noted Zionist lead-
ers, have made the first large contribution to
the ZOA-Israel House that the Greater Miami
Districts of the Zionists Organization of Amer-
:ca have purchased at 2200 Park Ave., Miami
Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Amigo are shown contrib-
uting S7.500 to the ZOA House in memory of
departed loved ones. Left to right are Mortimer
May, past national president of the ZOA; Mr.
and Mrs. Amigo: Miami Beach Mayor Elliott
Roosevelt, who hailed the announcement of
the ZOA-Israel House "as a true asset to the
community," Miami Beach attorney, Herbert S.
Shapiro; and Herman Weintraub, member of
the National Executive Council of the ZOA.
Kosher Hotel
Operator Must
Stand Trial
The owner of a Miami Beach ko-
r establishment wai Tuesday or-
i (i by Circuit Court Judne Pal
non to stand trial for allegedly
having non-kosher meat in his pos-
hi.
lie is Terry Sponder, of the Gran-
a Kosher Hotel at 1017 Meridian
A\ e.
nder was arrested in 1\ bru-
::>. 1965. by Frank I'.riekman. ko-
sher meat inspector for the City of
Miami Beach.
The case originally came be-
fore Judge Milton Feller, where
Spender's attorney, Alan Roth-
stein, claimed that Brickman
took possession of the evidence
before making the arrest.
Itothstein argued that the kosher
meat inspector should first have
made the arrest, He also argued
that the City of Miami Beach Ko-
gher meat inspector's post and city-
ordinance governing it are uncon-
stitutional.
Judge Keller ruled in favor of
Miami Beach, and Sponder ap-
pealed the ruling. When the appeal
was subsequently scheduled to be
heard by Judge Cannon. Rothstein
asked for a hearing before Senior
Circuit Judge Marshall Wisehurt
instead, who had ruled in Sponder's
favor on a previous occasion.
But Judge Wisehart said that the
case would have to come before
Judge Cannon.
Last November, in the hearing
before Judge Cannon. Rothstein
apealed Judge Feller's ruling,
again calling the Miami Beach or- '
dinance unconstitutional and chal-
lenging Brickman's seizure and
search procedure.
When Judge Cannon found in
the City of Miami Beach's favor,
Rothstein appealed once more.
Tuesday, Judge Cannon again re-
viewed the case. Miami Beach
City Attorney Joe Warnick, in de-
fending the city's kashruth ordin-
ance, declared that the ordinance
was not based on religious prin-
ciple, but simply on the question
of possible misrepresentation.
He also cited the New York City
ruth ordinance He said the Mi-
ami Beach ordinance i- a replica of
.New York's, which has hern up-
held by the United States Supr.
rt, an I at ;ued that the Florida
Court also upheld the Mi-
Beach ordinance in a previous
ea '.
Judge Cannon Tuesday ruled
Sponder lost with prejudice
and expense, which now bars any
further appeal. Trial will be
shortly on the original arrest last
February.
MIMff SCHWARTZ
Free Loan Group
Elects Schwartz
For 15th Term
Isidore Schwartz has been elect
ed to a 15th term as president of
the Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Loan Association.
Officers who will serve with
Schwartz are Mrs. Sol Lee Weger,
Mrs Rose Siegel, vice uresidents;
Mrs. Fred Ochs. Mrs. Zelda Kunst,
Max Price, secretaries; Max Rap-
pa port, treasurer.
Members appointed to the Fi-
nance Committee are Fred Ochs,
chairman. Max Rappaport, Hyman
Chabner. Sam Miller, Ben Silver-
man, Henry Garison, Harry Rose,
Mrs. Gladys Fendell. Tullie Scheck,
Hyman ham.
Shelley Winters
At Roosevelt
Scheduling of the third produc-
tion, opening Jan. 18 at the Roose-
velt Playhouse on Arthur Godfrey
Rd.. has been a seesaw situation.
Initially set was Gertrude Berg
in -Dear Me. the Sky is Palling."
The sky fell on producers Ernest
Stern and Ken Gaston when Mrs.
Berg had to postpone her two-week
engagement to a Mar. l openii
date Arlone Francis was signed
in "Kind Sir" to replace Mrs. Berg
in that third slot, but Stern and
Gaston just received word that Miss
Francis was forced to cancel her
Contract because of a date con-
flict.
Now. this seesaw state has come
to an appropriate conclusion. Shel-
ley Winters has agreed to sta. in
the adult comedy hit. "Two for the
Seesaw," the William Gibson script
which won the Best Play of the
Year Award a few seasons ago.
Miss Winters, who garnered rave
reviews when she toured this play
on the summer circuit, will open
at the Roosevelt on Tuesday eve-
ning. Jan 18. and continue through
Sunday evening, Jan. 30.
String Orchestra
Concert Sunday
The I niversity of Miami String
Orchestra will present its first con-
cert of the new year this Sunday-
evening at Beaumont Hall. Admis-
sion will be free.
The orchestra, under the direc-
tion Of Victor Stern, is comprised
of university students majoring in
music, augmented by non-pro.'es-
-lonals with experience in orches
ii.il work.
The program will include Mo-
zart's Salzburger Sinfonie No. 3.
the Simple Symphony, by Britten,
and Bach's Double Concerto in o
minor for two violins, with Bogdan
Chruszcz and Larry Bradford as
Stern has been on the U of M
faculty 14 years and at pr< >nt is
itant professor of music. He
was viola soloist with the univer-
sin s symphony orchestra under
Fabien Sevitskj Stern organized
and headed a string quartette
which has gmn 650 performances
for children in Dade County
schools during the past nine years
Dade Junior
Hebrew Course
On Miami Beach
A course in Beginning Conversa-
tional Hebrew will be offered this
winter by Miami-Dade Junior Col-
lege at the Beach Center, 1410
Drexel Ave.
Mrs. Shushanah Spector. native-
born Israeli and co-author of "He-
brew Made Easy." will be instruct-
or of the non-credit Continuing
l- dm at inn course slated to meet on
Wednesdays. 7 to 10 p.m., begin-
ning Jan. 12.
Mrs. Spector has taught Hebrew
at the Hebrew Academy for the
past 13 years. In adition to "He-
brew Made Easy." a basic lang-
uage book and guide to Hebrew as
it is spoken in Israel today. Mrs.
Spector is also co-author of "My
Jewish Kitchen and of 'Double
Fun With Stories." a collection of
Hebrew classroom stories translat-
ed into English.
Jewish Leaders
At Waldman's
Leading personalities in the
American Jewish community have
been among guests at Waldman's
Hotel on the oceanfront, Miami
Beach, during the past few weeks.
They include Rabbi Alexander
Rosentx rg, presidi nt ol the Union
oi orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America; Rabin Israel Miller.
pr< sident of the Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America: and Joseph Gold-
stein, ol the Jewish National Fund.
Legendary Israeli,
Avraham Shapiro
Dead at Age 95
PETAH TIKVA (JTA) Av-
raham Shapiro, the famed hero
and veteran watchman" who pro
tected Jewish settlers in Palestine
since before the turn of the cen-
tury, died at his home here this
week at 95.
Shapiro, who was formerly head
of the Petah Tikvah security or-
ganization, was one of the first
Jewish pioneers to devote his life
to protecting fellow settlers from
Arab attacks.
Born in Russia. Shaniro emi-
grated to Palestine in 1880 and en-
gaged in agriculture in addition to
eivoig a a waiciunan tor mo re-
tail Tikvah settlement. He served
as body guard to Baron Kdmond
de Rothschild during his visits to
Palestine and to Viscount Herbert
Samuel, the first High Commis-
sioner of Palestine under the Brit-
ish Mandate.
Rites Held For
Mrs. Ringler, 62
Mrs. Zelda Ringler, of iuoi E.
Ray Harbor Dr.. Miami Beach,
died Jan. 3 at the age of 62.
Active in community affairs,
Mrs. Ringler came here nine years
ago from Great Neck. N. Y.. anil
was a life member of Hadassah.
She was a member of Beth Torah
Congregation and a patroness of
the Jewish Home for the Aged.
Other charitable groups in which
she was active included Papani-
COlaou Cancer Research Institute
at Miami. City of Hop". Nation.,1
Children's Cardiac Hospital and
Cerebral Palsy,
She is survived by three (laugh
. Mrs. Shirley Bacon and Mrs.
Patricia Greenberg, imth of No.
Miami Beach, and Mrs. Franeine
Schoenfeld, of Huntingdon, L. I.
Services were held Jan. 4 in
Forest Hills, with interment in Mt.
Hebron Cemetery'. Flushing, L. I.
Mourning period is being observed
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
ard Schoenfeld. Chichester Rd..
liiintington. L. I.. N V.
' si died 1 > t"t Rlveraldi
cutleh, Horia, t;. :sio s\v istn
si died I '' SO EDELMAN. Haul, -'!. l-'lii Wall:i.
si died 11" -' <' rdon.
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RUBEN. Abel, ,3, "I "IV S. Uaapfcor*
1>r iln .1 I -" l-i' rld
HIRSCH. All \ S NX f.-'n.l
Avi died I -"' Rl ereldi
ROSS. Jack, 60, nf ISMI N Michigan
Ave died l >. IMven l<
COHEN. Men-. Kit, "I MS Jetfaraon
Ave died 1 27 Si oea la N-
York Gordon.
F.NKELSTEIN. Minnie, 79, of I '
SW :ir,i St.. 'li-'l I >' -'V River*.II.-.
GALLANT, Prank Tl.
\\.-, died 11.. .'7 Service* In New
v..I k i:i\ eralde.
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Creek 1 >r died I 27 Servlc** In
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i;.i> hnr< i ii... :i iprdon,
Ida Goodman, 69
Passes Away
Mrs. Ida Goodman, of 314 NW
108th St.. died Tuesday. Dec. 28.
at the age of 69.
Mrs. Goodman came here from
Chicago 18 years ago and was a
member of Beth Moshe Congrega-
tion and the Kenosha Club.
She is survived by her husband.
David; three sons. Harvey Good-
man, of Bay Harbor. Jack and
Stanley, of North Miami: a daugh-
ter. Carol Goodman of Miami;
three brothers. Benjamin Cohen,
of Beverly Hills. Calif.. Herbert
and Frank, of Chicago: a sister.
Lillian Saper. of Chicago; and 13
grandchildren.
Services were held Dec. 30 at
Riverside Memorial Chapel, 188WO
NE 19th Ave.
SIEGEL
SVI.VIA l>. ISlMry) paMed awav
in N, w York i 'iiv ii !.. :". Kh
..s Ulan I Reach reaktaM f'.r IS
>v'-"-- r.....In* Ii.--.- from N.u
York. .-ii,. was an aeilv. met......
Mount sin,i Hoanlral Auxiliary,
urder of Trii. mm..-, u/omi
1 "" '"I -: nl Ml.,-. :, .,.
i.n.I Ti mple Relh SI, B,in v-
"n Include hei In- ..,,. | KMm
brother, li win ii. v. iti threi
"- R Ri. ii. lay,.......... -,..,
rrandi hi: in s. ,
re in N. \v \
School Principal
Will Be Speaker
A literary and musical evening
sponsored by the David Ptnski
Folk School will honor school prin-
cipal. Louis Lasavin, on Saturday,
8 p.m., at the school center, 842
Washington Ave.
Program will include eacpnpts
from Ins new bonk. "Uprooted Peo-
ple." by Mr Lasavin: M. Dpatein,
author and Journalist: Tessie
Pomerantz, poet; nnd Lou., Sch-
wartzman, executive dlreotor Rur-
eau of Jewish Education.
Also scheduled is a group of
Yiddish and Hebrew selection, by
Abraham Krashmsky, composer,
with Bina Barnett at th.- nhino,
and narrations by Fiahl N- kin.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE ('NDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'OTH'K is HKRBBV 'tlVKN I (in I
. -l" ':'"'' ral^i...... i ,. ,., .
in l.ii-in. in.i. r
ol \ii.ki:vs it\n nl .: Malura,
1 ",-'1 t-'1''- Kill Inti nd to rmde.li r
- i i nan nii the ii. rk ,.f .. .
hi Court of I....I. tVunty, l-'lon.i..
.M i l \ l-i i-vi.i.;
[ Sole i .-- i
K \s.-t i;i: vm, vi \<-KV
Mtornej roi nitplleani
l 7-ii ':: i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 00542- A
IN RK i:- t.-,i. ,,f
.\iii.'i',..v i: \i \\Mii:tMi.rn,
r ANOTICE T CREDITORS
ro Ail ireditor. and \n I'ervona Hai
Hum" '"' l'"";""lv Ainrt Bald
Tr'l ,''' '" r''b5 ""'' ""-I '
IIX1..1- Which >-. a., hllVr :ucxln..
-;'. : MI1.T..N R. MT\.N
Hi '.\ mi .i.-.,..-is..i i.,.. ,.r r*d.BMn.
' Horldn, to I hi r..unt) Ju ",'"' ::: > ""Ida s,.,... .,
"!.. v : ,| ,-,.,,,, roorthouBB in
1 ;1' uty. n-.ii.Li. i,i,i Wiv ckJ.
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'M'\ m:i:. \i wmii i\irit A-
;i:i:i-:m'i.:i.,, '" *
1 ii. i- r..i Rxeoutrix
" ini|...M Plaaa Center
l :-m ll
fine. Samuel, >u- -,,,,
li 'i i.in I-.. .
FREEDMAN. s. a
... I Jan :*. Klvi
GALE 'lll| .
I- i It I..,
Im A\i .-..
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MILLER. \
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Let us repair it or apply
a new one. For free
estimate phone:
^ IIOIII IM.
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Page 15-B

LEGAL NOTICE
NOnCE UNDER
TITIOUS NAME LAW
f IS HKRBHY (ilVEN II.Ml
In nl desiring t" engage In
Under the fictitious name nf
iA.\;. >MPANY at 661 N E
feet, No M ami Intend* to
[old lumf with the deck of
uii n 1 of I >;ni( County,
B COREY
If, ROSS
r..r Applicant
ey Bid
12/17-24-S1, 1/1
V
NOTirc MNHcp
fcCTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS iii.Ki.lii i.iti.N thnt
prsien''l. riegllHna lo enasae '
under the fictitious name of
1SAL CSX PORT ft IMI'iHlT
IM6 He Flagl.-i- St.. Intend
.,, nald name with lbs Clark
Circuit '"iii "f Dade Count)'.
KtOE PRANOI8C< I I'IAZ
ARDI H< M< 'i. V '
KiK.Wi'ii HARRERO
CISC
k for An icunts
12 17-24-31, 1/7
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TH JDO+C4AI. CIRCUIT OF
[IDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. OC 13369
R SCHWARTZ,
ntlfi.
RUTH -iJIIWAKTZ,
Jlduti*
TICE 3- PUBLICATION
,EN : I'M tfCJIW ART?
A m-iiiiij
aide I *'*t Inland,
w York, 11164
KK HiiP.KBV NOTIFIED tluit ,
i.,ni! -ivi.u. lias been fttedl
you, ufai you ait- required i"
copy '' > "in" Answer llv
lift's ittvrtey. CARL EDWIN
K, !)' '' S E. I9IB Avenue.
Miami :- '>. Florida, and til"
gtnal the ifftai ol
-vk -t Hi i aii i 'utiri nn '!
- i -i Ja tuiun ..... i
ibf. th.- ."Hiiiaiiii will be taken'
BY HENRY LEONARD
1
LEGAL NOTICE
s
"And this testimonial goes to Mr. Epstein
Anonymous-Donor-of-the-Year."

*&&*<
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 68639-C
IN R E Estate of
Kit MA V'mi \ /.ii;i:. a I. a
i:i:ma VIOLA COX
11,-,ii.-. ii
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit rs. and All Persona Hnv-
lug claims i.r Deuianda AK.ain.-t Said
Estate:
Y.ni are hereby notified and re-
quired in present an\ claims and de-
mand* which you may have against
ih,. estate of ER.MA VIOLA FRA-
Z1ER, a u a ku.ma vim.a COX, de-
.. a.-. .1 lut.- of bade Counts/, Honda.
to tile County JudKe* of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the .-am.- in duplicate and
is provided In Section 7"".1. Florida
Statutes, In their off let .- in I It,- I'onn-
ty c.until,,us.- in Dade County, Flori-
da, within nix calendar niormln- from
ill.- time ol the first publication here-
of, or thi' same win be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 19 th
'la> of l>ecember, A.D., 1965.
FRA.nvi .s i: i'akih iNi;
A- Administratrix
P rai publication ..I' this notice on
the Till day of January, 1966.
SMITH ft MAKDLER
At it.rn.ij tor AdmluiatratrU
107 Lincoln Road, Ml:.. Flu.
I
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS.
solicits your legal notica*.
W appreciate your
patronage and cruarantee
accurate aervice at legal
Dial FR 3-40tS
lor me*enger feerrlce
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AN1 F"R o&"F i-ni'MTV,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 68522-C
IN KB: Estate of
LESTER i-: amstbr
i...........-i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Person* Ha' -
ling Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
Y..H are hereb ind re-
quired to present any clali
NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN that ma ml* which y.ii tnii> hn\ i
iiy virtue ol CliaiKer 67s of Florida I thi m:sti:k K VMSTIOR
-'.itiiii- .Mm..tat..I (1941), Ware- rtWfHced late ol Dadi County, I orida,
housemen and Wrelou< Itecelpts, lo thi County .Indite* i Hn.h
i- *n mi in ibiulli -it- and -
n Keel Florida
flcca ii I In C I
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65-484-A
IN RE: Rat .t- !
ANNIK i: (1RJ3BNIII.ATT 0 k a
anna i;i;ki:\i:i.att,
1 i, -.!
I .,: '. i ." Florida, this BtO NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
Hecei APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
h B ..- A i III il\l \N AND FINAL DISCHARGE
ClerK "it '"int NOTICE liereb) given thai I have
... i i mill Itei ni'i Petition for
KiMrlbution and Final Discharge as
i:\. t-ul of ANNII-: B.
i :i:i:i:.\ i:i..\ i r a k u anna CRE10X-
ItljATT. di i iml th..t ..ii Ho-
, ilaj "f Janu ir>'. ;..... ; npply
h< 11..... '"'.inn Jlldgi I
''-. nit> i*l" ..I i. : approvi
all.I for ili-tlli
11 i final di.- m Bxo
ubove-nanii rl dec
is i f I '. a.i" t.
M< MtRIS I iltEEN i:i.A I T
SMITH 'i \ I MANI il.l.K,
Atlol !' ei it":
I: Samuel S Smith
\ rm >
m; i ii. ..in id
Hi .. Ii I I., J31S9
IS 21-31 1 7-11
rl i
i "lerh
M 7-21
E COL "v JUDGES COURT
AND ri=> DADE COUNTY,
FLORID- .N PROBATE
N ) 69083-C
: Emi
PIARIJ k 'All
NOTICE "3 CREDITORS
I Cri d All l'd-Mom W.<\ -
aims ..ini- Vgi ii-t Said
.,! and i
In j.: ianii- a ii.I lie-
a In. tua) ha vi hi
till..... RI.KS H A 1 'A I .1. -
i.i '" mt\ l"..i Ids
I'l.iint .!-- hi' Dade County,
lie til-- s in ilui'ii. a i an.l
lo.'il In m ;::.:.in. Florid.
a, In the in lite Coun-
i th.,u- ...I.- ..iiiu>. F|oi
I'lll
., o
the n
'd at V
f l'.-i IT 1 : A.I i
.Mi IIAI'Mi
'.I', i !'
d,U KBIN
| n< .; i
r.. h, i :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\.!!.-|-: IS IIKKCI'Y (ilVEN that
eiidar inonths from n eralgned, dealiina to eiigag) In
t oublicntloti here- buslneew under the Ni-titious nan.....t
1 i iu ,..| MIAMI REACH MEDICAI- CENTER
Fl.....la. this ''!' ""' MIAMI BEACH I^IU'RATORIES
: || ... \\ .! hlngton Ave., M n I
Fin., Intend* lo regi*ter said
n .'n.- w th the lei k nf the i
i ol l >a i. C......'. Florida.
Ml (RTi N T SMITH, l> o.
Sole >wner
1; HAROLDSTRCMPF
i'ii"> i r Applii ..nt
i; :'l ::i 1 7-11
THECOL-.-v JUDGE SCOLRT
AND FO^> OADt COUNTY.
FLOSO' N PROBATE
182-C
|KN \ am /.
i .
NOTICE "J CREDITORS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
- i KKEICl liirEN that
|. |1| II" lO H|
f letI
S \\ -. IY SM RAN -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 65CI3662
EDW \UI> T. HESS,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
MARiiARET K HESS,
I '.-I. n.l.int.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: MARt! VRET i: HHSS
I '.">. Wlni llewli r Vvei
I.in- M Kan
VOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED,
M VRHABET E HESS, that ii >
IMVorce has
e hi
quest ed to n a ;. of 3 \l
s.i i.ii Clan,titi- attorney, MoNTA-
Hi i: ItoSENBERi i, anil file th.
.a ihe Clri til I'miri in >i
11*1 .1.. y of .latmat > i ..
I'l.. i '..nt. s*o Will

IIATBO Tills Ifltl day of Hi

i: n i.i: \ ni:i: \i \\
Clerk of thi Clroiiii i 'ourl
(seal) i:> C I" COPEL.AND
Deputy Clerh
Mi in i'Ai ;ri: in iSENHElti:
Attorney for Plali
. \..i th*ide l laze
Miami. I ... ..io ..'.1 17
231
i : 21-31 : : -11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 65C-I3239 (Judge Goidon)
IN RE:
k A TIII.KKN |1A I >ER
NOTICE FOR CHANGE OF NAME
To Whom It May Concern:
KATHLEEN It VDEH nle mi-
ll) her mothi

a Florida corporation, by virtue "f its
warehouse lien, ha* in it- |Mi*se**ion
tin- following deecribi .1 i.i .... rty:
Km nil in., an.I Household Posses-
-i. n> a- th. pi .perl j of Ml I A
Smith, l:t. I, i .. an Hani. .-vili.-.
i- la an.i that ..ii the istli da) ol Jan-
iar>, l86, ilnrliiu the leaal hour* of ilu>
mainly between 11:00 foren.....I
an.I 2:tSI in th. uteri it .'l.'.i.
N.W. -'Mil Avenue, Miami. Florida,
he nderxlgtied shall ffei i -,.i. i
provided ii
S'ta I : I 1
i Court house in J 'a-i.
nil. wit Lin sis c:< fendar niontl
the tii.....: I In first i' .!
lie inn >. ill i" ourred
l 'at. il al Miami, Florida,
I i letcdiei \ I'. I
KATHRV.N M, ZWEH i
TIP .MAS REACH
\ K\. i:t i -
I t .....I Mil "!"
ih.. highest bidder fin .mm. .a liana the Jtli ilii
the above rteei-i bed pro|M*rt) "f Mr. HOWARD It HIRSCH
.1 A. Smith. l:t. I. Box 316, (mines- U tor in i.\. ,..
Mil.-. Fin. i.
I 'a-, i al Mi mil, Florida, this
inuary, I!..... notice of application
, ,, CHAPTER 2J722
ACTS OF 1941
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT .,..... J' L,E .,A A. 2f'6" .. .
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. ,|
FLORIDA IN PROBATE M
rax Sali '..
No. 60330-C
IN RE IN-
SAMI'KI. 11 Iti 1ST
1......
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Cn VII I Vi son II.,'. -
i
i he lifled and r- -
.tii 11.i>
ii
. i .
'.. \ deed ti lii Issued then

i lain Mai
Plat
Hi
and de- .';' J '
mands nhii Ii you m u iisl ,,;,_
II. II HOST de- .'
n
. i 111 i. i. i .
. t'ounty.
an.I file the same In i cati mil as
pro* lib .1 In s. : hi 13 lo I
siatnt. s. iii tin ir offii ,- in the
in* nt .1

Jordan Mtgl
deed .....
.-
A* I .\.. M
i' ixi.......n of thh
I I6i
.\n EISS HELM \N .\ K M'l.A.N
Hxi itrlci
II .ij S.W. 1st St., .Miami, l-'la.
12 ii : :-i i-:'i
.... .,,'.,,.s
I.. I-. 'i .ii mi. jiii ili
a.. i .s -ii sri'i'i
- .'.... '
ounl Xevi
, '
r
II Si et ion

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS N ME A,v
\ !- HEREBT RIVEN that
n iivi
.n.l nami "t
v\ i.,. v\ \.~i i : iti u -i Mowr>
St reel I lomi ...I Floi Ida intends t..
. i -,,i,i name ith the I ierk ol
he Circuit Court "f Dade County,
r -
HOMESTEAD SPIC N SPAN, INC.
a i ii.11...... poraiiou
Sole t >* nee
I DAVID I.II I'-.MAN
Att..nn> for Applicant
611 Lincoln Road Bldg.
Miami ileai h, Fivtidu
___________K/17-S4-81. 1
.IH THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69229 -B
in RE: Estate ..t
i.niis TELL
I '. ia as.tl
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All r.r-..n- Hav-
ing iMsiin* or Demand* Against said
t" pros- i, any claim* and di Estate:
which you may have against ">i tire hereby notified ami re-
of REBECCA ELIZABETH quired lo preeenl any clalma and d.-
it. also known a* REBECCA man.is which you ma] have against
HER I eased late of Dade the .slat. .!' LOUIS TELL deceased
Florida to the Count} Judai* late ..f I>ade i-..unt>. Florida, t" the
Count) i i i.|. ii,,. same ii Count) Judges ..f Dade County, and
and .- irovlded In Section flli Hie aame in duplicate and in
lorlda i -. |n their of- vldeil in Section 733.16, Florida
the house m les In thi ii offici In the i 'ounl >
nniv. r |n |X ,..,, I "ude Count) F
11 i,.,.. nf the -i a"., v months from I hi
..I il. ;i d "iii'li. aliini hi
i i nann i
i. ii.-,. I": ...... 11
da) ......, A.D. 191
IDA K rKLL
\. I A. ut iv
publication "t this nol on
:... .iiiii.i. 196
IIERNSTEIN .\ MILLER
v. ltll\
702 Blscu.) n. I'l
Miami, i-"i". ..i .
II 17-84-11, i I
i
. in Ihldi
.III I;-
ti" first puhli.
III I barn d
fcd ..: \l Fl.....la, th -
I ...... \ i |
SEY M' R ST \NTi i.N
A RNl >l .1 STANTI IN
SYI.\ i,\ AMSTERDAM
a :\. .-in,,i -
Helm .. (Cap an
t> > fi : tors
IVV l-i -
l> Fla.
12. 17-14-31. 1 7
IE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
YND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 69215 B
I'jitut. a
BECCA ELIZABETH FISCHER
PBECC \ i. Flb> HER
eased.
KOTICE TO CREDITORS
Creditors nd All Persona Ha*
Jina or I Ii inn nils Agalnsl Said
are hi i eb) nol II Ii .1 ami i.
-i the .-.mi*
. al
-.
fat Mis i la, thi tl
| k \ ;
| .ii '.-si :i-i y \ nu'ii
. itor
bublletiti.ii ..f ibis notice on
Lflav ... i ...,,i ; i:m; .
T>. PTtlMD ,\ W I.I I.
^JYVts '... I
M>l
Miami 1
1-. 17-24-IL 1/1
H
DEI EBN
SWANKO h) V
I i
\ I
K '

M VRCEI i. \ SW ANKi I
Motln-i and nexi fl
SILVER S sgi UtCI \
I ne) for Pi lilnn i
ini s. i u.hi Building
Miami, Florida 33132
12 24-31 l 7-1 I
IN THE COJNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COLNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO 69137
in iti:
-
11,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' All Cr.il
h
I ..
-
\
1
Hi In .. i
"" I In higl
. Ill I he I
"i I In liar) v...... a III

I id tins ith day of Ju
II II LEATIIREMAN
i
...
'
IN THE COUN l \ JLO- IT
IN AND FOR DiQ'
FLORIDA. IN "ROB4TE
N 57210-C

1
LICAT.ON FOI
AND FIM. .

i .
.MILLER.
A III he Inured .
KinviV'v, ,!
. r*\) \ ls Exi i.....-.......i the........
p V;;,1,"'?. .....<' i!......." ruts if
' 'his i tici .ti I.,,, ,.......
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eitgagi In
business under the fictitious num. ol
JAMES MANOR APARTMENTS at
I84S .lam. I Aveliu. Miami Reach,
Florida intend to register said nann
with the clerk ..f the Circuit Court
of Dade i\.unt\ Florida.
BENJAMIN CYI'K.N
M ILDRJ :.N CYPEN
I'll aki.i:s in EN IARTEN
LILLIAN 8, ROSENQARTliN
AARON M. KANNKi:
Attorney for Applicants
Suit.- 904, :". W. Fluglei Street
Miami, rlorlda
12 -' I 11 1 T -1 I
iii. iitii .1., i of I >eci ml* r,
lii. ii mii ,\ Ni:i.s. in
ney* for Am llai > i :\. utrlx
;'. 1.1 in "in Road,
Miami Reach, hlorlda
12 24-31 1 T-ll
l.la IN A EPSTEIN
i Kti Utol
LEON A i:i'Si i;i\
\ i ne)
1211 I .111. ..In Road
Miami Beach, S'lorl I I
_____ l 7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER I in THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY
NOTICE is HEREB1 iHVKM thai FLORIDA in probate
ih. unoerslgned, desiring lo engagi In f^0 6CJ29-B
business under tin fictitious tiat......f in RJS Batata of
JOIiO UOHTINti at T.'ln N i: till JENNIE DIAMOND
Avenue, Miami. I'l- rids. Intend to Dei'eused
register said name with the Clerk oi notice to creditors
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN "
the anil, i slgui .1. .: -ii liu< i" en
- umli l t he let it a.us tia
I1ELLB BEACH APARTMENT HO
TEL Ml 1941 I. In it.v Vvenue, Miami
I i in!, n.l t.i i.
H me v\ Ith thi l 'ierk nf tl
cult Court of Dade County, I
i II IRLES Rl ISENU VRT S
i I..- IN s' in ..-i-:v: m
III X.IAMIN CYPEN
Mill iREI i "Yl'EN
\ VRl IN M KANNEK
At...... \ '|. lie. lilts
Suit.- 904, ^\ st I'l..lI. i- Stn I
I, n.l Ida
u Ji-.:i i ;-ii
ih.. Circuit Court
Florida
JOSEPH CARPENTIER1, JR.
'ii- Part net'
Rl -BERT LODOE
Co-Partner
smith ,\ M iNDLEH
Attonn .- for l-.i!
Dade County, r,, A|| Creditorsand ATrpersons Hav-
Init Claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estati
You are hereb) notified and r.-
'lull .1 i" ii. -. nt claims ami de-
mands hi. h you ma) hsv e against
the .-I.i..... IENN i .| a Ml N1 > de-
.as.ii hit, ,.r i ..i.i. .'..Him. Florida
' ......' md file tin -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\, i |-i.. ivev ti--..
ti..- nn to i igage in
pi
i

ii i '..i: |
iila. uli In six
ri..m ti
I
. i \... :
nue. M h Intends t" i eglsti r
i
County. Plot Ida.
ON I VLTSCHI i.i.
Ill .il'H v M VLTSCHCIi,
V VRl >N M iv VNNEi:

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12 'Jl-:;i l 7-14
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day .a
l"> IMAN
v I '
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dn) "i .1 iry,
i -i.Ai'i i: i. Bli'l
Attm n. j foi i
1701 Congress I
1 7-14-21-Utl


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DELICACIES THAT ARE TIME & MONEY SAVERS TO YOU
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OUR DAIRY CASE,!
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QUANTITY
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