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

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

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"(Jewish Flondian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WUKLY
Volume 39 Number 51
Miami. Florida. Friday. December 23. 1966
Two Sections Price 20tf
UNANIMOUS VOTE
UN Gives OK To
New Covenant On
Cultural Freedom
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
The United Nations General As-i
embly adopted here last weekend,!
unanimous vote, two covenants
human rights, one dealing with
conomic, social and cultural free-
loins, the other with rights in the
fvil and political fields. The cov-1
knants will become international
reaties when they are ratified or
leceded to by a sufficient number
\i governments.
At the same session, the Assem-1
bly adopted, by a vote of 66 in fa-
vor, with two against and 38 ab-:
jgtentions, an "optional protocol"
vhich will obligate those govern-
fcr.ents that adhere to this instru-
ment to permit individuals to coin- gjvcn fun
Slain against human rights viola- through the
R.ons by their own governments.
Kind could make it possible for one
Irate to complain against human
rights violations by another state.
The adoption of the covenants
came 12 years after drafts on
those subjects were first open-
ed to debate here, in 1954, and
18 years after the Universal
Declaration of Human Rights
was passed by the Assembly in
1948 as "a standard of achieve-
ment."
Kiesinger
Says He Was
Never Biased
MEETS DR. GOIDMANN
PAGE J1-4
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challenge offered
While the Soviet Union joined
the United States, Israel and the
olhcr members of the United Na-
t;ons in voting for the covenants,
the USSR was severely criticized
by Israel and the Dominican Re-
public for its suppression of cul-
tural and religious rights now
legal recognition ,
newly-adopted cov-'
enants. Neither Israel nor the Do-
minican Republic, however, named
Continued on Page 11-A
Spanish Constitution
To Affect 8,000 Jews
GERMAN LEADER
Urge English
U. to Cancel
Extremist |
LONDON (JTA) Sir Bar
nett Janner, chairman of the for-
tign affairs committee of the Board
cf Deputies of British Jews, called
en Southampton University Mon-
cay to cancel a lecture scheduled
to be delivered on Southampton's
campus by Adolf von Thadden,
.iputy leader of the West German
to-Nazi National Democratic
' arty.
Mr von Thadden announced in
trmany Sunday that he has been
ivited to lecture at Southampton
> sociology students. He said he
..ould appear there on Jan. 27,
;-,d that the arrangements are be-
Continued on Page 3-A
MADRID (JTA) The new
constitution proposed by the Fran-
co Government, which guarantees
religious freedom to Spain's non-
Catholics including its 8,000 Jews,
was approved overwhelmingly this
week in a national referendum.
Legislation to give legal form
to the constitutional guarantee is
expected to be introduced in the
Cortes, the Spanish Parliament be-
fore the end of 1966 and, despite
conservative opposition, is expect-
ed to be passed. The legislation
contains guarantees of freedom of
worship and all other forms of
religious practice to Jews, Pro-
testants and Moslems.
Foes of the legislation among
Continued on Page 10-A
Ask Brandt
To Explain
Neo Nazis
By Special Report
West German vice chancellor'
Willy Brandt has been challenged:
to provide the motivation for the
Social Democratic coalition with |
Chancellor Kiesinger and to ex-
plain what Social Democrats in
West Germany are doing to check
! the rise of neo-Nazism.
The challenge came from the
Workmen's Circle, a Jewish frater-
nal order allied with the labor
movement, which had provided
funds for anti-Nazi partisan activi-
ties during the Hitler period and
which has had a friendly relation-
ship with Mr. Brandt and other
leaders of his party.
In a letter to Brandt signed
by Israel Breslow, president, and
Benjamin A. Gebiner, executive
secretary, on behalf of the or-
ganization's national executive
committee, Brandt was told,
"We are profoundly disturbed by
the latest developments in West-
ern Germany. The rise of the
NDP in the recent state elections
is an indication that neo-Nazism
is on the rise in West Germany.
How can this not be a shattering
Continued on Page 7-A
BONN (JTA) Dr. Kurt Kiesin-
ger, West Germany's new Chancel-
lor, told the Jewish Telegraphic]
Agency correspondent here that,
he had never in his life taken an !
anti-Jewish attitude and had" never
done anything against Jews. Con- ]
cerning his membership in the.
Nazi Party, he insisted it was pure-
: ly nominal, and added: "I never
sympathized with the Nazis and I
believed that I would be able to
out-maneuver them."
The Chancellor disclosed that he
had wanted to emigrate from Ger-
1 many when the Nazis took power
TERRIBLE SUFFERING'
Chancellor
Vows Strong
Israel Ties
BONN (JTA) Chancellor
Kurt Kiesinger, making his first
declaration for the Government in
the West German Bundestag. Ihe
in 1933, but did not have the mon-! lower House of Parliament, refer-
to do so. He said he entered red this week to the "terrible suf-
ey
the party in 1933, but had nothing
to do with it after 1934.
He said that he had given
much thought to the offer to be-
come Chancellor because of his
past connection with the Nazi
Party. He stressed that he him-
self had proposed Dr. Eugen
Gerstenmaier, the president of
the Bundestag, West Germany's
lower house of Parliament, for
Continued on Page 10-A
fcrings" of the Jews during the
Nazi period.
He said that West German dip-
lomatic relations with Israel were
an expression of West Germany's
relations with Jews, and that these
I relations would be continued.
He made the reference to ls-
' rael in comments on West Ger-
man relations with Middle East
countries. He said that West
Continued on Page 8-A
SAYS THEY GIVE ASSISTANCE
Hussein Wants Arabs
To Quit Raids on Israel
$23,347,500 for JDC;
Broido Again at Helm
NEW YORK (JTA) A
budget of $23,347,500 for relief
and rehabilitation work in 1967 in
30 countries, including Israel, was
adopted last week at the 52nd an
nual meeting of the Joint Distri-
bution Committee attended by
more than 400 Jewish communal
leaders from all parts of the
United States and Canada. Louis
Broido was reelected JDC chair-
man for a second term.
Broido, in his presidential re-
port described his on-the-spot
studies of the Jewish situation in
various countries during 1966 and
indicated that he intends to make
such studies next year by visiting
Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and
of Jews. He appealed "to every
American Jew" to support the
work of the JDC through the
Continued on Page 5-A
WASHINGTON (JTA) King
Hussein of Jordan, in an exclusive
interview published here Monday
by the U.S. News and World Re-;
port, said that the Arab sabotage
raids into Israel are contrary to,
agreements .at Arab summit con-
lerences and "almost of a help to I
the Israelis in attaining their ob-
jectives, by providing them with
a pretext which they can use to
further their own ends."
He said Arab strategy demand-
ed crossings into Israel be stopped
at this time "because this might
give Israel a pretext to wage a war
at a time when the build-up of de-
fensive capabilities of the border-
| ing Arab states have not been
! completed." He made clear that he
j opposed the so-called Palestine

Liberation Army. He termed it a
subversive influence, following
"an extreme-Left ideology," and
armed by the Communist bloc,
mainly China.
At the same time, the king
said that Israel is expansionist-
minded, and he called for remov-
al of United Nations forces from
Sinai and Gaza to force Israel to
divert her military strength
from the Jordanian frontier.
Commenting on a question in-
volving alleged Israeli expansion-
ist tendencies, Hussein said: "I be-
lieve more than ever that, in re-
gard to Western Jordan, it cer-
tainly has got some ambitions
Continued on Page 10-A

Eban Voices Hope for Peace
IOWS BROIDO
reelected chairman
WASHINGTON (JTA) A,
conclusion that "there is hope of
increasing peace and stability in
our area" was voiced here this
week by Israel Foreign Minister
Abba Eban, following a series of
high-level meetings.
A 75-minute discussion with act-
ing Secretary of State Nicholas
, Katzcnbach was described by Mr.
^vrdSriliM^ tSS E*an as "a discussion of our pos,-
tion in the Middle East in light
of recent developments." Mr. Eban,
said his discussions concerned the
future, and the need to create;
greater stability and peace on both
sides of the frontier."
Interviewed later on television,
Mr. Eban said he did not come
to Washington to request mili-
tary assistance. Replying to ques-
tions that sought to elicit a dis-
cussion of arms, the Foreign
Minister said the purpose for his
Washington visit was creation of
more detailed understanding of
the Israeli security situation and
not for arms.
Mr. Eban indicated satisfaction
at the reiteration by Vice Pies-
Continued on Page S-A


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23
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MAKES RECOMMENDATION
CJA Eyes $110,000 Increase Over 966
MERCANTILE DIVISION LEADERS NAMED PAGE 8-A
ACCOUNTANTS LAUNCH EARLY SEC. B
TRADES AND PROFESSIONS .TSBC. B
The Combined Jewish Appeal
Campaign Wednesday recommend-
ed a $110,000 increase in its 1967
campaign goal over last year's goal
figure. The increase would bring
the goal total to approximately
SI.670,000. Last year's campaign
goal, which was successfully at-
The goal figure was recommend-
ed at an afternoon meeting of the
executive committee of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation and
approved by Federation's executive
committee on the recommendation
of CJA's campaign cabinet. Fed-
eration conducts the annual CJA
campaign which supports over 50
tained, and surpassed at the close I local, national, and overseas agen-
of the CJA drive, was $1,566,666.' ties.
Noted Author-Producer to be Speaker
At Home Furnishings Initial Gifts Lunch
Zvi Kolitz, author, journalist,
motion picture and theatrical
producer, will be guest speaker at
the Initial Gifts luncheon of the
Home Furnishings Group of the
1967 Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign. The CJA event is sched-
uled for next Wednesday at Miami
Springs Villas.
Kolitz is the author and execu-
tive producer of Israel's first majoi
motion picture, "Hill 24 Doesn't
Answer." The film was awarded
international prizes in Cannes and
Mexico City, and was chosen as
one of the ten best pictures of the
year by the New York Post.
Kolitz was also the co-producer
of one of the most controversial
and talkad about plays on Broad-
way, "The Deputy," a Tony
Award-winning production which
focused now attention on the
question of silence as a moral
crime. He is now preparing the
Broadway production of "King
Solomon and the Gobbler," the
first biblical musical comedy in
Broadway history.
Born to a rabbinical family in
Lithuania. Kolitz studied history
and philosophy in Florence Uni-
versity. Prior to World War JJ. he
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went to Palestine, where he soon
became prominent in its political
and literary life. Suspected of
membership in the underground,
he was twice- arrested by the Bri-
tish. Yet during the war, he was
chief recruiting officer in Jeru-
salem.
Soon after the war, in 1946,
Kolitz was elected delegate of the
the World Zionist Congress in
Basle, Switzerland. Kolitz has writ-
ten articles, plays, stories, essays,
and studies in history in Hebrew
and English.
On* of his stories, "Yossel
Rakover Speaks to God," has
been translated into 14 langu-
ages and was described by the
late Nobel Prize-winner, Thomas
Mann, as "on* of th* most shat-
terirv) human and religious docu-
ments I have ever com* across."
Maxwell H. Weisblatt and Hy-
man Lipzin, co-chairmen of CJA's
Home Furnishings Group, noted
that the Dec. 28 luncheon will alro
honor four executives of the Home
Furnishings Industry in South Flor-
ida Henry End, Aaron T. Eus-
ter, J. William Baros, Jr. and Dave
Melin.
A special citation will be pre-
sented to A. J. Alexander, honor-
ary chairman of the Home Fur-
nishings- Group.
Milton Weiss, chairman of the
1967 Combined Jewish Appeal
drive, said that the proposed
$110,000 increase represents the
amount necessary to maintain
the same services locally which
were provided by beneficiary
agencies last year. He cited the
inflationary economy as the rea-
son why the increase does not
allow for the provision of addi-
tional services.
"It would indeed be wonderful,"
said Weiss, "if we could set a goal
which would fulfill all of the needs
required by our agencies. But the
figure would be too high. Instead,
we have decided on a realistic
goal an amount which can be
met successfully with the help of
community leaders and with the
support of the entire Dade County
area."
Although the 1967 goal repre-
sents an increase over last year's
figures, the amount is misleading.
CJA workers will have to raise
not only SI 10,000 more, but almost
$200,000 more if they are going
to compensate for the traditional
losses of removals, deaths, and out-
of-town transfers. Annually, that
figure represents almost $75,000.
Joseph M. I.ipton, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, also mentioned the present
Israel crisis which had to be con-
sidered in the setting of the 1967
campaign goal.
"Israel's unemployment prob-
lems are of tremendous concern
to all of us interested in her :
future welfare," said Lipton.
"And, of course, as if that and
her other social problems were
not enough, the State has now
been forced to set aside much
of its economy toward its mili-
tary budget. Unless the Dade
County community comet' for-
ward with a new burst of ener-
getic aid, many of the gains
Israel has made in the last 18
years may be lost."
Lipton also reminded those pres-
ent that Israel's immigration is
still continuing.
"Some 20,000 people will prob-
ably enter Israel this year," he
said. "That may not be as many
as the 60,000 who came in past
years, but it is enough to make
immigration and absorption a very
important problem. Twenty thou-
sand people cannot easily be
brushed aside."
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Page 3-A

( WINS JOINTLY WITH COMMUNITY RELATIONS BOARD
ADL Abess Award to Cain
Sen. Harry P. Cain and the
Metropolitan Dade County Com-
munity Relations Board have been
named as joint recipients of the
1966 Leonard L. Abess Award in
Human Relations.
Presentation of the awards will
be made at the Florida regional
meeting of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith on Jan. 15
at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Announcement of the award
winners was made this week by
Judge William L. Pallot, chair-
man of the Florida ADL.
At the Jan. 15 meeting,
Charles Longitreet Weltner, the
Georgia Democrat who resigned
f from Congress because he could
not support Lester Maddox in
fiis bid for the Governorship,
will be principal speaker.
In his letter to Sen. Cain reveal-
ing that the former Senator from
SEN. HARRY CAIN
British Univ. Urged
To Bar Right-Winger
Continued from Page 1-A
ins handled by a German student
at Southampton.
Declaring that he "deplores"
the invitation. Sir Barnett warn-
ed the university authorities:
"If tfcis report is true, it is high-
ly deprecated. Von Thadden's
visit might well be used by ex-
tremist elements in Britain for
their ewn purposes."
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John Smith, chairman of the Soci-
ology Department, said they knew
nothing about the invitation to Mr.
von Thadden. "The invitation,"
said Dr. Mather, "was certainly not
issued on behalf of the university,
and is quite unofficial."
Mr. von Thadden said in his an-
nouncement that the subject of his
Southampton lecture would be
"The National Democratic Party
In the Press and in Reality."
Nearly the entire British press has
expressed concern over the resurg-
ence of neo-Nazism in West Ger-
many. Mr. von Thadden said that
he would foot his own expenses for
the journey to the university.
the State of Washington had been
chosen to receive the award, Ben-
jamin Meyers, chairman of the
committee, declared:
"We realize that your life has
been an exemplification of a pro-
file in courage. Your fearlessness
and independence in political ac-
tion, integrity and insistence on
human and fiscal responsibility in
united philanthropy, and your un-
swerving devotion to freedom and
equality have been of inestimable
value to all people, both within
and without the coniines of our
state."
In another letter to Dr. Joseph
R. Narot, chairman of the Metro I
Community Relations Board, Mey-1
ers said that "Our committee has;
unanimously agreed to bestow this
award upon the Metropolitan Dade .
County Community Relations
Board in recognition of its wisdom
and dedication to the ideal of the '
dignity of man and the board's in-1
spired leadership in promoting |
intergroup understanding, and in
advancing the highest concepts of
American traditions in keeping'
open and viable the channels of i
communication through the in-
dispensable human dialogue."
Copies of the letter of notifi-
cation to the CRB were sent to
Bishop Coleman F. Carroll and
Bishop James L. Duncan, previ-
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The Leonard L. Abess Award in-
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man of the Florida ADL, in honor
of the awardees to be given to an
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Volume 39 Number 51
Friday, December 23, 1966
10Teveth5727
1967 CJA Campaign
And a Note of Hope
With the principal chairmen and
: r-chairmen of the Combined Jewish
.Appeal here already appointed and
iusily engaged in their endeavor,
Greater Miami's Jewish community
teems well on the way toward a
successful 1867 philanthropic cam-
paign.
For weeks now. CJA has been
crmouncing the naming of some of
.-.is community's top leaders to piv-
c.al posts at the helm of the upcom-
ing drive.
The 1967 Combined Jewish Ap
--eal looks back happily to two goal-
irpping campaigns in 1965 and 1966.
Ji was therefore with egual happi-
- ess and a sense of expectation that
CJA planners met here Wednesday
lc recommend a '67 goal of some
Si 10,000 above last year's achieve-
ment.
As we have indicated in these
columns in the past, this will be a
-inimum figure at least to hold the
..ne both in guality and extent of
services to the Jewish community, if
r.othing else, in view of the nation's general
;.-_flationary trend.
Apart from this "minimal" psychological
set, it is mandatory for all of us to consider
that variety of programs the Combined Jewish
Appeal carries on here, as well as those to
v.hich it contributes nationally, overseas, and
fal the State of Israel specifically. All of them
benefit us as individuals, and they lend assist-
ance to our neighbors in Miami and our breth-
ren abroad, wherever need is felt.
Even if we forget for a moment the services
extended to us by Miami's Jewish community
cgencies in the fields of health, education and
family welfare, how cqn we forget the 800,000
refugees and improverished Jews waiting for
c hand from us at this very mom?nt? All over
the world in Israel, Europe, the Middle East,
end in our own country, as well these
c 00,000 are waiting for assistance from the
Combined Jewish Appeal.
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Priority to Education
Once there was a time and not so long
ego either, when Jewish education would be
paid lip-service, but accorded little time or
.nought, even in the highest councils of our
communities across the nation.
But the last General Assembly of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds
snowed a sharp departure from this trend,
which seemed to begin as far back as last year.
Today, American Jewish community lead-
ers are recognizing more and more that Jewish
education must have a top priority rating if
our concern for Jewish survival is to mean more
t.ian the lip-service of the past.
Moving steadfastly in this direction, the
Israel Education Fund of the United Jewish
Appeal last week named seven top leaders
across the nation as co-chairmen of an intensi-
:.ed drive initiated by the UJA to meet critical
shortages affecting Israel's system of second-
cry education.
The Fund has raised a total of $15.9 mil-
-ion to date. But the eyes of the Jewish com-
munity are not on Israel alone, as the recent
IUEUTTIEv
clack wr...
w>
The Anti-Defamation League o*
B'nai B'rith revealed that it has
asked the United States Govern-
ment to take '"prompt and force-
ful action" in support of Ameri-
can firms "faced with blacklisting
because they have complied strict-
ly with our countrv's establishec:
ioreign trade policy."
An "urgent request" for govern-
ment intervention in the bans
against the Ford Motor and Coca-
Cola Companies and Radio Cor-
poration of America imposed by
the Arab League Boycott Confer-
ence was sent Monday to Secret-
ary of State Dean Rusk by Dore
Senary. AD's national chairman.
The bans, announced Nov. 20
and 26 in Kuwait, were unani-
mously adopted by the confer-
ence because Ford and Coca-Cola
had expressed intentions of en-
tering business relationships
with Israel and because RCA is
there already.
U.S. trade policies shrmu
orced to do battle aSS n' *
he recipienUcf bilh UOnsat
letter
art
I
that this aid comes^omni0Ut
wh.ch Pays bini0n!j of A
rived from domestic a
4 :?_Amcrican aid. iie0" f d"ari
m industry
"^ar'nings fc
t.onal trade.
Vindictive Badgering
"To continue
nterni.
tates wlvle iJHtf M
.because of its obedience to a
can law, 1S suffering their boSj
punishment, appears to be wj(J
leafing. Senary declared. flfcfr
He said the United Stales should
make immediate representation^,
Arab League countries that this
nation, upon which they caUforfi
Senary noted that the 1865 glfiS hJLsSL"? taB!***
Amendment to the Export Control *;! Jfjg"JS '"" '!'"1'1'^ boy-
Act l.he Williams-Javits Act)| ?"s 1' 1 mdus.,1,.'ai **
makes it U.S. policy to oppose in- '"**' 'arge 0r sma11-
equitable trade restrictions, in-j Commenting on the Anti-De-
eluding bovcotts. fostered or im-'iamatson Hague's request to the
ecretaiy of state. Arnold p0rster
he agency's general c mnsel. <=a:d
he believed threatened American
companies can be rescued tin
Official American ad ion since
there have been "successful el
made by some companies a
were in a position to help their-
selves."
DO ed by foreign countries against
other countries friendly to the
United States. Accordingly, the
U.S. Department of Commerce
specifically asks all American ex-
porters tj refuse to comply with
estrictlve trade nraetices and
boycotts. Senary said.
This, as it seems increasingly clear, can
best be assured through Jewish education: the .\
transmission of our ancient heritage and cul-
ture from generation to generation.
Bond Drive Culminates
The Greater Miami Israel Bond Organiza-
Greatest Harassment
The ADL chairman pointed out
that there is -constant harass-
ment' by the Arab League ofi
m erica n companies. "The!
He named the Chase Manrit-
tan Bank, a major financial
a;,ent for Israel bonds in this
ccuntry, as an example of an
American enterprise which had
been "threatened and warned,
with much accompanying pub-
licity," and then left alone.
tragedy," he told Rusk, "is that
the harassment is greatest against '
those companies which have evi-
denced a willingnes to stand up
and be counted in support of U.S.
policy."
Senary said that Ford. RCA and
tion winds up its 1966 campaign at the gala Coca-Cola "have been singled out
Ambassadors Ball on Monday evening at the for Arab punishment as a warning' boycott warnings successfully be
Fontainebleau Hotel. | t0 others who may also be ready'cause its services are essential to
As of mid-week, the bond drive here boast- t0 *efy Iboycott d^nds." I Arab countries. Although the bank
ofl cAnBT;nnn^^i^(______i avi Lniysler and General Motors continued its Israeli operations. Us
Sn^Tnm f i Y have n,ovcd w,th Ford in Parallel; A.ab government dealings were
aJ.uuu.iAMJg.al. directions toward Israel, and yet not terminated.
At the ball, John S. Knight, publisher of The have not been similarly ordered
Miami Herald, will be honored. Jewish com- banned by the Arab Boycott Cora-I
"Faced with a shew of strength,"
Forster said, "the Arab Boycott
Committee backed away without
imposing boycott."
He said Chase was able to ignore
munity leaders will gather to pay tribute to
this distinguished journalist and to see what
they can do about bringing the 1966 bond drive
to a successful conclusion.
We are certain the community will answer
the call, as it has in the past, making Greater
Miami one of the world's top Jewish commu-
nities in the per capita purchase of Israel
Bonds. For through the proceeds from these
sales, the young State of I?r;i-1 is provided with
special advantages. It is aiven the wherewithal
to expand its horizons where this counts so
heavily in the nation's economic and
dustrial progress.
mittee.
Schary told the Secretary of
State that S. E. Knudsen, execu-
tive vice president of General
Motors, in a letter to the Anti-
Defamation League dated Nov.
3, had stated that his company
is "exploring an arrangement"
whereby GM would "supply the
know-how" to an Israeli GM dis-
tributor for the assembly of its
cars and trucks in Tel Aviv.
in-
The Old Argument Again
Political Propaganda
Forster declared, however, that
"despite the successful resistance
of Chase and other firms such as
Westinghouse. IBM. Monsanto, In-
ternational Paper. Republic
General Tire. National Cash Re-
gister, the Hilton and Sheraton
Hotel chains. TWA and other
American airlines Am' rican in-
dustry, adhering to American pol-
icy, is often under great disadvant-
age."
He called the Aral) boycott
"more of a political propag
device rather than an economic
measure against Israel, whose
economic growth has not beer.
hindered." The boycott's aim, Mr.
Forster said, is to build an all-
Ignore Demands
The resolutions, to be meaning
portion to fact.'
He pointed out that the Arab
boycott, as applied to United
States industry, "creates an image
of the submissive American bus;
munity needs, increasingly we are settinq our
=yes on Jewish education. For of what avail
vill be the expansion of services, the new
facilities, ".' there is not a vibrant Jewish com-
munity in the future to enjoy them?
Declaring that the punitive Arab
Boycott Committee resolutions
against Ford, RCA and Coca-Cola
are not binding in their present
stage since the Committee "is an
advisory rather than an official
government body," he asked the
The cross on the Dade County Courthouse State Department to "head off' powerful image of Araa countries
is, for the seventh straight year, a point of implementation before it is too: '!<* is completely i
conflict in our community. ; a,e-
The answer is not, as some readers in both
religion ant* government have suggested, also
to raise Chanuka symbols in a sort of "equal
time" gestu>. ful, he asserted, "must be imple-1 ness in the Middle and Far East
Neither is it, in our view, proper for those mcn,ed by the Committee's mem-! markets."
who object to the cross on the courthouse to ^r na!Jons ~ Algeria. Iraq, Jor- K .
-.. a. holiday seoson ,o dispute m\&&!SSbSS jfirtSffiE* fig
Radio, Alka Settler, Bulov*
Watch Co., Eli Lilly and Helena
Rufcinstein have been listed by
the Arab League as being ban-
. ned by most Arab countries. This
political propaganda game, m
I short, is hurtful to American
business interests.
Forster also pointed out. how
I ever, that the boycott operation
often resorts to "devious means W
create the appearance ol everin-
creasing effectiveness."
He said threats are often made
"for the benefit of the resulting
constitutionality of the procedure should raise Yemen. Firm, official United
the guestion at a less emotion-laden time States action can still prevent'
and at a more leisurely pace. '. American properties from being.
The voluntary contribution of some $840 to nationalized or shut down."
?/J^T$0n* mdiCflf- 1?ieyjare n tQke CQre f the "P8"8 of me Pri*t was the In asking the., businessmen
:nro^',h umZU%J ^ew'^ Education community's response this year to the problem, to ignore oZn.nds or SrrtotS
..-lroughci, the United States, as well, such as This is as specious a "solution" as the Jawish imP*d by such groups as the
our own Greater Miami Bureau, an affiliate of "equal time" proposal. It is not so much use1 Arab Le"9 Boycott Commit-
our Combined Jewish Appeal. of public funds as the use of a public facility for ***' h* con,ino<*' "w govern-
Even as we engage in proaram expansions the display of specific reliqious symbols that ment imp,iei"y commits itself to
involving a host of other philanthropic com- lies at the center of the dispute support those companies which
What is specifically at issue is a violation "9r,e r^U"*"
of the separation of church and state principle. >'amin8 Ford. RCA and Coca-
To argue it m Decembe
arouse animosity and
r is deliberately to lf-. af eomPan,es being "penal- publicity and propaganda.
arouse animosity and to invite aunrrrntoarl f. ... "g so' Scnary - :ailure of the argument guaranteed that "American businesses which taken off a boycott list hen they
I are willing to adhere openly to' had never been on it.


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Friday, December 23, 1966
E
Jew 1st norkflan
Page 5-A
Eban Voices Hope For
Peace, Stability in Mideast
Student assistan'.s oi Temp'.e Beth Am, who
have been confirmed and now assist in the
A Religious School as assistants, to the teachers,
and in the Reliqiou<= School office. Mrs. Harry
Ross, principal, savs that this is "on-the-job
training" for future teachers of the school,
which consists of 1,100 pupils. Standing (left
to right) are Marcia Bernheimer, Sharon Steen,
Jonathan Baumgard, Sharla Gill, Sammy
Goldstein, Gwen Gersten, and David Klein.
Seated are Ellen Sherman, Nancy Simons,
Penny Masters (a college freshman), Robin
Ccrenblum and Stephanie Ross. Dr. Herbert
M. Baumgard h spiritual leader of Beth Am.
$23,347,500 for JDC Needs
Continued from Page 1-A
United Jewish Appeal in 1967 and
help feed, shelter and save thou-
sands of Jews still in need in many
countries.
The 1967 budget includes $,-
400,000, for Malben work con-
ducted by the JDC in Israel; $5,-
100,000, for aid to Jews in Arab
and Moslem countries; $3,400,-
000, for needy Jews in European
countries; $2,000,000, for ORT
and reconstruction; $3,250,000,
for relief-in-transit; $850,000, for
religious and cultural activities
in Israel; and the remainder for
various other JDC programs.
The delegates also elected Jack
D. Weiler as chairman of the JDC
National Council and Judge Na-
c-hum S. Winnet as vice chairman.
Others elected included Edward
M. M. Warburg and James N.
Rosenberg, honorary chairmen; I.
Edwin Goldwasser, honorary
treasurer; James H. Becker, I. Ed-
win Goldwasser, Monroe Gold-
water, Walter A. Haas, Edwin
Rose:.uerg, William Rosenwald,
Joseph J. Schwartz and Jack D.
Weiler, all vice chairmen. Joseph
1. Lubin and Irving H. Sherman
were elected co-treasurers.
Charles H. Jordan was reelected
executive vice chairman and di-
rector general; Samuel L. Haber,
assistant executive vice chairman;
rnd Dorothy L. Speiser. secretary
and assistant treasurer. Presenta-
tions were made to James N.
Rosenberg and I. Edwin Goldwas-
ser for five decades of service.
In a report on 1966 JDC aid,
Jordan emphasized that "it was
a year in which the JDC found
itself without enough funds to
provide help for all those who
needed help." He pointed out
that the JDC helped 25,000
fewer people in 1966 than in
1965.
In 1966, JDC aid went to only
387,000," Jordan reported. "Ap-
proximately ths same funds were
available as in 1965: but the in-
flationary spiral in almost every
country of the world raised the
costs of goods and services to JDC
beyond the stretching point. In the
face of mounting financial prob-
lems, JDC was forced to make dif-
ficult, sometimes dangerous, de-
cisions to cut back services, to
eliminate entire programs."
"Thus," Jordan continued, "JDC
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no longer finances local Jewish
communities in Norway and Ger-
many; in Austria, aid goes almost
solely to transients from Eastern
Europe; in Italy, in addition to
transients, only four small com-
munities get help; even in Po-
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The effect of increasing financial
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JDC leader stressed. "Due to a
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was able to postpone the inevit-
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not enough. In 1965 Malben aid
reached 50.565; in 1966 Malben
aided only 37,455, a drop of 13,110.
The major cause of the additional
pressure on Malben in 1966 was
the increased cost of institution
care.
Continued from Page 1-A
ident Hubert II. Humphrey of the
American commitment against ag-
gression in the Middle East. He
made it clear that his discussions
in Washington looked toward en-
hancing chances for peace and a
stand by the great powers toward
preservation of the independence
and integrity of Near Eastern
states.
Later, Mr. Eban said in Paris,
after a 40-minute meeting with
French Foreign Minister Maurice
Couve de Munillc. that he had ex-
plained there, as he had in the
United States, that Israels secur
ity situation had changed in the
past year, necessitating a different
Israeli reaction. The Israeli diplo-
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Jordan on Nov. 13 was not a re- j
action to "this or that incident" i
but a "necessary reaction to an!
entirely new situation." Informed
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COMMUNITY LEADER HERE
Cohen New JNF President
Elks Raise Funds For Crippled Tots
Joseph Cohen this week accept-
ed the presidency of the Jewish
National Fund Council of Greater
Miami.
Cohen accepted the post vacated
last week by the death of William
Bornstein, longtime JNF Council
president here.
In accepting the presidency, Co-
hen declared "1 am proud that
such an honor has been bestowed
upon me to be at the helm of
the Jewish National Fund of
Greater Miami and to guide the
destiny of the mother institution
of all Jewish institutions relating
to the State of Israel."
Said Cohen: "As a child, I
remember the blue and white
box in my parents' home, the
box that gave a homeland to
homeless people. Without the
JNF, there would be no State
of Israel today.
JOStPH COHEN
Ambassador's Ball
Due Monday Night
YOUNG DtBS TO BOW StC. B
Israel's Ambassador Avraham
Harman and Mrs. Harman were to
arrive in Miami this weekend for
the Ambassador's Ball to take
place Monday evening, at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
The ball, winding up the annual
Israel Bond drive, is traditionally
held under the patronage of Is-
rael's Ambassador and the Gov-
ernor of Florida.
The Ambassador's Ball will be
the scene where the Eleanor
Roosevelt Israel Humanities
Award is scheduled to be pre-
sented to John S. Knight, pub-
lisher of the Miami Herald and
other newspapers "for dedica-
tion to the cause of human free-
dom and understanding in the
spirit of Eleanor Roosevelt."
A highlight of the ball is the;
pn-scntation of the emissaries of
foreign governments to the Am-;
bassador and the Governor as a'
symbol of Universal good-will'
which the United States and Is-
rael share.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements is headed by Samuel
Friedland and Leonard Rosen,
honorary chairmen; Rabbi Leon
Beach Bar Honors
EOPI President
President of the Economic Op-
portunity Program. Alvin Cassel,
received the Award of Merit for
1966 from the Miami Beach Bar
Association this week for his de-
votion to the war on poverty in
Dade County, fought by tiie EOPI.
Cassel, Miami Beach lawyer and
civic leader, was singled out parti-
cularly "for his pioneer guidance
which established a legal services
program as part of the poverty
war in Dade County."
The program offers free legal
aid to all those who can, by prob-
lem and living status, qualify for
it. Its president is Tobias Simon,
civil rights lawyer. Executive di-
rector is Howard Dixon.
The award was given to Cas-
sel at the final 1966 Bar lunch-
eon in the DiLido Hotel. Cassel
has been president of the EOPI
since its inception some 23
months ago.
Past presidents of the Miami
Beach Bar Association were hon-
ored and had as its guest speaker
Fletcher G. Rush, president of the
Florida Bar, according to Richard
W. Wasserman, chairman of the
Beach Bar Public Relations Com-
mittee.
The meeting was attended by
.some 100 lawyers who witnessed
Leonard Rivkind, president of the
asociation, present to Cassel.
A special Award of Merit was
presented to Baron de Hirsch
Meyer "for his contribution to-
ward the growth and development
of the University of Miami Law
School and Law Library."
"Without the JNF and its pro-
gram of soil reclamation, afforesta-
tion, building roads on frontiers
and establishing frontier settle-
ments, the security of Israel would
have been diminished, and the eco-
nomic self-sufficiency of the young
republic would have been mini-
mal."
Cohen was recently honored as
outgoing president of the Bureau
of Jewish Education after several
terms in that post. In addition, he
is a leader in the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and its Com-
bined Jewish Appeal. Hebrew
Academy. Brandeis University,
Bonds for Israel and Temple
Emanu-El, where he serves a-> vice
president.
Miami Beach attorney, Zev W.
Kogan, has been commended for
raising some $10,000 for the Harry
Anna Crippled Children s Hospi
tal, Umatilla, Fla.
Kogan was chairman of the
committee sponsoring the Miami
Beach Elks theatre party premiere
of "Gambit," at the Carib Theatre
on Nov. 27.
Exalted Ruler Judge Eugene J.
Weiss, head of the lodge, reported
that hogan's was the lam.
contnbution made to ,hP t Slnsl9l
, by the local Elks sin(0 Z """Pitai!
ration many years ;,. 0rp-
The Harry Anna CHntiLn ,.,
dren's Hospital is one of h H
Opal chari, su.***
Elks, on,..,., a. m'^'H
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COST OF MAINTENANCE NOT SEEN AS CENTRAL ISSUE
Cross on Courthouse Still Disputed
o
By RANDY FUHR
Despite an injunction he failed
to win buring the erection of the
controversial Christmas cross on
the Dade County Courthouse,
Nishan Paul is still trying.
Paul, a 65-year-old mechanic at
Eastern Airlines, sought relief
from Circuit Court Judge Ralph
<). Cullen last Nov. 15, charging
that the cross on the public build-
ing was "offensive" to him.
In his mid-November action
here. Judge Cullen ruled that
the Dad* County Commission did
not violate the federal and State
Constitutions by permitting the
lighted cross this year the
seventh straight to be author-
ized.
*'
I-ate last week, Paul was re-
ported as still trying to outman
euver both the Circuit Court de-
cision and the Metro Commission,
despite the fact that this year the
expense involved in erecting and
keeping the cross lighted during
the holiday is being covered by a
check for S840 which the Metro
Commission accepted on Nov. 15
from Rev. Luther C. Pierce, of the
Greater Miami Council of Church-
In making the check available,
Rev. Pierce declared that the
funds were part of more than
SI,000 received by the council,
which he said acted as a collec-
tion agency for private donations, i
The Eastern Airlines mechanic
began his campaign against the
Christmas cross early, in light of
the ruffled feelings created by a*
last-minute attempt to bar the
cross from the courthouse last year ;
by Rev. John Papandrew. of the
First Unitarian Church here, and
president of the Florida Civil Lib-
rties Union.
At the time, Rev. Papandrew
stipulated in his action that the
cross constitutes a violation of
the separation of church and
state principle.
Paul, in his action here, explain-
ed thai he became a religious dis- j
believer at Ihe age of 16, and,
could be called -atheist, agnostic
or humanist." fie explained that he ;
does not want to see a cross on i
public buildings, whether or not!
Ihe cost is paid with public funds.
At the Nov. 15 hearing before
Judge Cullen. Metro Finance Di-!
icctor W. M. Moiiroe testified that;
the $840 county appropriation
would not be spent this year in!
view of the private donation.
Meanwhile, Metro Commissioner
Harold A. Greene declared that
even though "Christmas is a Chris-
tian public holiday, this project
is not a public enterprise," adding
that "any religious symbol has no
place on a county building."
Opposing his view was Miami
Mayor Robert King High, who
argued that the cross could pos-
sibly be supplemented by Jewish
holiday symbols.
Dr. Joseph P.. Narot, spiritual
leader of Temple Israel, and chair-,
man of the Dade Community Re-
lations Board, said that "ideally, I
the cross does not belong on the
courthouse. It is, after all. a re-
ligious symbol."
I
Rev. Pierce this week told
The Jewish Floridian that
"people have stopped me on the
street and said they were happy
the cross is being erected again."
He said a total of "327 individ-
uals have contributed money for ]
the cross' beautv. with most do-
nations under $5."
Mrs. Eleanor I.ipton, assistant !
director of the Florida Office of!
the American Jewish Committee
in Miami, told The Jewish Flor-
idian that "the controversy over
the church-state implications of
this issue can not bring unity to
the area's religions."
In her view, "even latent anti-
Semitic reaction may be expected
to occur if the cross is taken down
as a consequence of public pres-
sure," noting that the principal
litigant this year. Paul, himself not
a Jew. has received anti Semitic
threats and letters promising vi-
olence as a result of his court
action.
Spokesmen for the Anti-Defam-
ation League of B'nai B'rith here
noted that "now that private funds
are to be spent, we have found
little anti-Semitic protest in the
area."
Agreeing with Dr. Narot, Rab-
bi Leon Kronish, of Temple Beth
Sholom, president of the South
Florida Council of the American
Jewish Congress, said "there
is no question that the cross is
illegal and doesn't belong in a
community where good will and
faith exist."
Nevertheless. Ihe cross will
shine from the 13th to 16th floors
of the courthouse come this holi-
day season. "Originally the cross
represented the sentiments of hol-
iday unity when Dade County em-
ployees left their oUipc lights on
during evening hours," said Com-
missioner Greene.
Today the Christian community
"would be tickled pink if the Jew-
1 ish populus erected a Davidian
Star next to the cross." comment-
ed Rev. Pierce.
Meanwhile, Paul continues his
nth-hour bailie.
"The salvation of man's troub-
les is in man's own hands, not in
a deity," he told The Jewish
Floridian. "My fight against
putting up the cross will con-
tinue. Under the Florida Consti-
tution, it is illegal to build a
religious symbol on a building
designed for public usage.
"Everybody's faith is important
| to himself. But the Christian cross
, is not symbolic of the secular'
1 spirit of the Christmas holiday, for
it represents the obviously relig-
Hibiscus Lodge 275, F.&A.M.,
has elected Saniord Hilde-
brandt to serve as worshipful
master for the year 1967. In-
stallation of officers will be
held on Tuesday 8. p.m., at
Hibiscus Masonic Temple.
955 Alton Rd., Miami Beach.
ious Easter symbol of Jesus cru-
cifixion."
I
Brandt Challenged On
Success of Neo-Nazis
,
Continued from Page 1-A
reminder that among the victims
of Hitlerism and Nazism were
six million Jews?"
Breslow and Gebiner added
that "We are appalled at the ac-
tion of the West German Social
Democrats under your leadership
in deciding to participate in a
Government headed by Heir Kie-
singer, admittedly a member and
functionary for a number of years
in the Nazi-Hitler Government.
I "We are eager to have a reply
from you as to what the Social
Democrats are doing to check
the rise of neo-Nazism and also as
to what motivated you to enter J
into a Government headed by Kie-j
singer."'
"We are eager to have a reply I
from you as to what the Social,
Democrats are doing to check the:
rise of neo-Nazism and also as to j
what motivated you to enter Intarl
a Government headed by Kie-
singer."
The Workmen's Circle, which
I with other pro-labor organizations
compromises the Jewish Labor
Committee, has a national member-
ship, including Canada, of 65,000.
It was organized in 1900 and has
its home office in New York City.
Dr. Lehman Guest Speaker
Dr. Irving Lehrman. of Temple
Emanu-El. was guest speaker at a
meeting of the Terrace Towers
Men's Club on Monday evening.
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T-'ount Sinai Hospital is presented with a Certificate of
Achievement and a Citation Volume from the Angiology Re-
search Foundation and the Purdue Frederick Company in
recognition of its "distinguished contributions and significant
cccomplibhments in support of research and the study of
cr.giology." Presentation was made Dec. 8 by Murray A.
levine, territory manaqer for Purdue Frederick Company, to
Dr. Jerome Benson, chief pathologist at Mount Sinai, with Sol-
omon Gladstein, associate executive director, in attendance.
Kiesinger Will Seek
Strong Ties to Israel
Continued from Page 1-A
Germany regretted that it had
nc relations with 10 Arab states
but that he hoped for a restora-
: n of those relations. The Arab
countries severed or suspended
c 'slomatic ties with West Ger-
many after it recognized Israel.
"ranwhile, it became known
h-:.e that the West German dele-
gatjon at the Council of Ministers
c; the European Economic Com-
ir. nity. the governing body for the
European Common Market, has
it ported Israel's request for as-
toc ate status with Euromart.
'."he stand was considered an In-
c jtion that the new West Ger-
j : i coalition government of Chan-
CC.'lor Kiesinger would follow the
p: Israeli policies of the prior
rnment.
The Council of Ministers in-
eted one of its committees two
ks ago to begin exploratory
with Israel on a new agree-
t
Meanwhile, a spokesman for
l-rerior Minister Paul Luecke
Mid this week that the Minister
e J not intend to take action to
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Zeta Beta Tau held its semi-
annual Big Brother dinner at the
Pub Restaurant earlier this month,
with Jeff Weiner serving as chair-
man of the affair.
Among special guests was singer
Wayne Cochran. who was made an
honorary pledge of ZBT.
The University of Miami ZBT
recently donated over S800 in toys
to Variety Children's Hospital, and
an orphan party at the fraternity
house.
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Milton Weiss, chairman of the
1967 Combined Jewish Appea
campaign, has announced the ap-
pointment of Byron J. Topol as
chairman of CJA's Mercantile
Division of the 1967 drive.
Topol, wno is affiliated with
J. R. Handbags of Florida, Inc..
was chairman of the High Rise and
Residents Division during last
year s campaign. Previously, he
I served as CJA chairman for Nor-
mandy Isle residents and was
chairman of the handbags section
of the Apparel Group in the Mer-
cantile Division from 1962 to 1964
A member of the board of
governors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, Topol is a
past president of United Cere-
bral Palsy of Miami, has worked
as a volunteer for the United
Fund of Dade County, and serv-
ed on the committee of the
National Council of Christians
and Jews.
DAVIS
TOPOL
HAM.IR
ban the extremist National Dem-
ocratic Party. Such action has
been demanded by Jewish organ-
izations in many countries since
the NDP won parliamentary
seats for the first time in elec-
tions in November in Hesse and
Bavaria.
The spokesman quoted the Min-
ister as saying that "the democrat-
ic forces of our people are strong
enough to deal with these ele-
ments." Dr. Luecker previously.
had described the NDP as "neo-
Nazi."
Working with Topol as co-chair-
men of the Mercantile Division will
be Herman Hammer, vice pres-
ident and general merchandise
manager of Jordan Marsh Co.. and
| Loaia I Davis, general merchan
i dise manager of Burdine's. Both
men served as associate chairmen
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; year.
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University, is a member of Beta
Gamma Sigma, national honorary
fraternity for schools of business
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ber of Commerce.
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Mr. ar.d Mrs. Bernard Friedman, with a map of the State of
Israel as a backdrop, present a $1,000 Israel Bond to Bernard
Silver, originator of the Baal Shem Tov Forest. The bond will
establish a new grove in the forest. Mr. Friedman is active in
the Lebediker Branch of Farband. Mrs. Friedman is a member
of the Hannah Senesch Group of Hadassah. Silber is a native
of Safcd, Israel, where the forest is now becoming a reality.
Arabs Put Off Coke
Boycott Eight Months
LONDON (JTA) The Arab
League boycott against i'ne Coca-1
Cola Corp. for gelations with Israel j
will no: be implemented for eight
months to avoid economic losses to,
Arab business. Arabs in 12 coun
tries will therefore be able to con
tinue buying the soft drink at
least through next summer.
The Cairo press also reported
from Kuwait, where the Arab
League boycott committee black-
listed the soft drink firm. Ford
Motor Company and Radio Corp-1
oration of America, that a similar
grace period would be applied to
Ford and RCA operations in the
Arab countries for the same rea-
son.
The boycott committe* agreed
to allow Arab plants to continue
to bottle and sell the soft drink
from existing stocks of imported
Coca-Cola concentrates for the
nine-month period. Boycott com-
mittee decisions are not binding
on the participating nations
which have the option to decide
on implementing such decisions.
The participating nations are
Algeria, Iraq. Jordan. Kuwait.
CALL 696-2
Plan Superschool For Miami Beach
The Miami Beach Chamber of
Commerce Board of Governors
has unanimously passed a resolu-
tion backing a S5.4 million .super-
school" at Miami Beach, as out-
lined by a steering committee in-
cluding Mrs. Phyllis Miller, Rabbi
Leon Kronish and Dr. Solomon
Lichter. The resolution also has
been approved by the Dade County
School Board.
The "superschool" would entail
kindergarten through high school
on a single, central campus, to ad-
jon the existing Miami Beach High
School. It would phase out Central
Beach, North Beach and South
Beach elementary schools as well
as Ida M. Fisher and Nautilus jun-
ior highs. ,
According to School Superinten-
dents Joe Hall, net cost would be
only S1.5 million if the City of
Miami Beach will donate the land
for the new campus Based on cur-
rent Beach population figures, the
new primary school would house
985 youngsters, the middle school
1.575 and the high school 2.476.
Said Chamber President Aaron
Farr. "We must not overlook the
fact that the future of our city lies
with its young people. It, therefore,
behooves us to cater to this ele-
ment of the community by creating
school facilities second to none.
We have the opportunity to make
our Miami Beach school complex
the finest in the nation. I hope poli-
tics will not impede its progress."
Beth Tov Slates
Youth Breakfast
During a special students break-
fast at Temple Beth Tov on Tues-
day. 9:30 a.m.. Rabbi Simon April
will discuss "Judaism's Eternal
Quest for Learning."
Mrs Rose Gruberg is in charge
of the breakfast, and will be as-
sisted by the mothers of the stu-
dents.
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Friday, December 23, r966

Spanish Constitution
To Affect 8,000 Jews
Beth David students in the Sunday Depart-
ment prepare for a recent Chanuka pro-
gram. First row (left to right) are Carolyn
Horwich, Karen Bieler, Tamara Kirsner, Ed-
ward Gordon. Joan Labbie and Brian Bailey.
Above are Judy Kellner, Frances Scheer,
Jesse Heit, Carol Miller, Jay Getz, Susan
Bordman, Mark Abramowitz, Rebecca Gadon
and Tamara Landau. Program is directed by
Mrs. David Parnes. The Primary Department
of the South Dade School, under the direction
of Mrs. Morton Weinberger, will salute Chan-
uka in poem and song. Grade Bet 3 will put
on a Hebrew play written and directed by
faculty member, Mrs. Snl Gerchakov. Mrs.
Joseph Siegel, drama instructor, will present
the feature play, "Freedom Hall."
Kiesinger Says Was Never Biased
Continued from Page 1-A
the post of Chancellor, but that
his Christian Democratic Union
Party had decided differently.
Chancellor KiesinRer agreed that
it was only 'natural" for people
outside of Germany to be disturb
ed about the rise of the extremist
Rational Democratic Party. How-
ex or. he insisted there was no com-
parison between conditions in
Germany now and those in 1933.
He contended that the two major
parlies in West German the
CDU and the Social Democrats:
now joined in a coalition which!
he heads as Chancellor both;
favored direct elections to replace '
the present proportional election'
system under which the NDP won
seats for the first time in Novem-
ber in the provincial parliaments
of Hesse and Bavaria.
He said that the two major par-
ties favored such change not solelv
because of the NDP "such im-
portance is not attached to the
NDP" but because an incidental
benefit of such a revised electoral
system would be to prevent the
NDP from reaching the Federal
Parliament. He added that he was!
-studying "this complex problem."
Dr. Kiesinger was asked about
his alt.Hide toward statements by
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if not to take over and control
territory, at least (0 yet into a
bargaining position by hitting us
before we are ready to defend our-
selves." Withdrawal of UNEF, he
said, "would make less serious the
threat of Israeli attack, because!
the Israelis would have to divert
their forces and reckon with the
Egyptians."
While denouncing the Soviet
Union for slotting to seize power i
in the Arab world, King Hussein
nevertheless maintained that arms
shipments from Russia to some
Arab states were not really up-!
setting the Arab-Israel military
balance. He said that "nothing has]
been done with the arms to meel
the real threat the Israelis pOse.'i
Arab spokesmen that they would i
| attach conditions toward efforts by;
j West Germany to reestablish nor-'
i mal diplomatic relations with the
1 Arab states. Most of the Arab
I countries severed or suspended
ties with West Germany after Bonn
exchanged ambassadors with Is-j
1 rael. One such condition indicated I
by the Arabs was a change in West j
Germany's attitude toward Israel.
"I would nevtr let myself be
influenced in this question by
outside parties," the Chancellor j
promptly replied. "We have a |
very special responsibility to-
ward Israel. This entails a speci-
ally favorable attitude toward
Israel, of course." He drew at-
tention to the fact that he said
this previously on a visit to
India.
Asked whether he intended to
maintain that position in the fu-
ture, Dr. Kiesinger said: "I will
do everything so that our relations
with Israel, which we have reg-
ularized formally, are further de-
veloped, strengthened and deep-
ened." He added, "I am not letting
myself into a position of 'either or'
on this question."
Dr. Kiesinger was then referred
to reports that, at the time diplo-
matic relations with Israel were
under discussion in Bonn, he had
spoken against that step. He shook
his head emphatically in denial.
He said someone had written some-
thing to that effect but that actu-
ally the opposite had been true.
He explained that what he had
done was to criticize the "clumsy
way" of West Germany diplomacy
in first telling the Arabs that dip-
lomatic relations with Israel would
not be established, and then doing
just that. He added he had always
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Israel.
Declaring that he had not
studied the question of Israel's
dissatisfaction over its current
pact with the European Com-
mon Market, of which West
Germany is a member, he said
he was aware that the predeces-
sor Government of Ludwig Er-
hard had taken a positive atti-
tude toward Israel's association
with Euromart, and that he
would make an effort to find a
solution in which Israel's inter-
ests would be safeguarded.
Israel's current agreement with'
Euromart ends next June 30, and !
Israel has applied for either a!
much wider agreement or for an I
associated status. Dr. Kiesinger j
said he planned to discuss the I
problem soon with Israel Ambas-1
sador Asher Ben-Nathan. He
stressed that it was necessary to
remember that he was not in a |
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Common Market issues.
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political groups and some
princes of the Catholic Church
contend that the Constitution is '
adequate and that the proposed
legislation would weaken the
church in Spain without adding
anything substantive to the prin-
ciple of religious freedom in the
new constitution. However, most
observers believe it will be
adopted by the Cortes.
Max Mazin, the leader of the
Spanish Jewish community, stress-
ed that the significance of the con-
stitutional guarantee would de-
pend on the nature of implement-1
ing legislation. Mr. Mazin, a 43-'
year-old industrialist who is pres-
ident of the Jewish Community of
Madrid, expressed those views at
a press conference at the office of
the American Jewish committee in
New York.
"The Catholic Church itself is
forced, by its liberal and progres-
sive members, to change its tra-
ditional attitudes toward other re-
ligions," he said. "As a result of
the decisions of the Ecumenical
Council and of its Declaration on
Non-Christian Religions, a new at
mosphere of better understanding
and greater respect has been no-
ticed among wide circles of the
Spanish population."
Mr. Mazin cited the Jewish
Christian Friendship Associa-
tion, created five years ago with
the approval and support of the
ten Bishops of Madrid, and with
the assistance of the American
Jewish Committee. "This move-
ment has developed intensive
activity during the years since, !
with truly spectacular results in '
the field of human relation," he
added. Mr. Mazin is the Jewish
president of the association, with
a high-ranking Catholic priest.
Father Serrano, its Christian
head
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ple was being built in Madrid
the first since the 14th Century
and that this historic event was a
direct result of "the new liberal
outlook toward other religions."
Mr. Mazin. who was born in Po-
land and canie to Spain in 1950,
was introduced by Morris B.
Abram, president of the Commit
tee, who outlined some of the ac-
tivities of his organization in co-
operation with the Jewish commu-
nity in Spain. They included a sur-
vey of Spanish religious textbooks
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bough the efforts of the Murray Solomon Post and Auxiliary,
Wish War Veterans, Beth David Congregation is shewn re-
iving a flag which has flown over the United States Capitol.
bs. Dian Steiner, president of the Auxiliary, and M. J. Ber-
ler, commander of the post, look on os executive director
IBeth David, Edward L. Key, raises the flag for the first time.
r. Goldinann Meels Wilh
iesinger on Major Issues
>NN (.ITA) Chancellor
linger assured Dr. Nahum
Imann. president of the World
|sh Congress, during a confer-
here last weekend, that his
^rnment will do everything pos-
to combat the influence and
th of the neo-Nazi National
^ocratic Party and all other
femics of democracy in Ger-
iy-"
["his will be done, the Chancel-
said, by .stabilization of the
A German economic .situation,
tatement issued by the Govern-
at declared that the Jewish
Mr had called the Chancellor's
kntion to "the unrest and con-
caused in Jewish and non-
ish circles over a possible re-
of nationalist currents in
many."
| Reporting on his meetings
h governmental leaders dur-
fhe weekend. Dr. Goldmann
(id he had also been assured
Franz Joseph Strauss, Min-
r of Finance, that none of the
demnification and restitution
yments due in 1967 to victims
Nazism most of them Jew-
will be curtailed, despite
difficult financial situation
ting the Government.
Collegian Homecoming
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard will
welcome former students of Tem-
ple Beth Am Religious School at
a collegiate homecoming breakfast
on Wednesday. 10:30 a.m., in the
temple social hall. Reservations
may be made at the temple office,
and college classmates here for
the winter holidays are invited to
the get-together.
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the USSR specifically.
Ambassador Michael S. Comay,
Israel's permanent representative
here, referred only lo a country
he did not name where, he charg-
ed, "deprivations" arc suffered by
the Jewish people, while other
minorities are free from such cul-
tural and religious discriminations.
The Dominican envoy, Ambassador
Dines Coiscou. spoke of "Jews who
live among the snows of the
steppes. '
In his address explaining his
favorable votes on both covenants,
Mr. Comay reminded the Assembly
that tin- instruments will be bind-
ing "only to the extent that sov-
ereign states subscribe to them."
He noted that "the precepts in the
present covenants are still a long
way from being commitments."
With the adoption of the covenants,
he said, "we enter a new and more
difficult phase," the phase of im-
plementation.
Referring to the "bitter and
tragic experience of Jewish his-
tory in the Diaspora which kept
alive for us the basic teachings
of Judaism," the Israeli envoy
said: "It is little wonder that we
Jews remain intensely aware of
fresh manifestations of anti-
Semitism, and refuse to take
lightly any revived neo-Nazi
tendencies, where they occur."
He was understood to be refer-
ring in this context to the resurg-
ence of neo Nazism in West Ger-
many. Then Mr. Comay told the
Assembly:
"At the same time, we remain
sensitive to the form of discrim-
ination which denies to a minority
the free exercise of its own dis-
tinctive faith and culture. This. I
regret to say, is not just an aca-
demic concern at the present time.
We are deeply disturbed at the fact
that a large section of the Jewish
people suffers such cultural de-
privation, and does not enjoy even
the same degree of religious auto-
nomy that is still extended to Other
faiths."
Comay stressed particularly one-
clause in the Covenant on Civil
and Political Rights, which reads:
"In those states in which ethnic,
religious or linguistic minorities
exist, persons belonging to such
minorities shall not be denied the
right, in community with other
members of their group, to enjoy
their culture, to profess and prac-
tice their own religion, or to use
their own language."
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if this promise is implemented,
said Dr. Goldmann, "the full sum
of 1,900.000.000 marks (S475.000-
000) for indemnifications pay-
ments, and liOO.OOO.OOO marks iS75.-
000,000) for restitution cases will
be available and paid in the next
year."
During his two-day visit. Dr.
Goldmann met with a number of.
other German leaders, including
Eugen Gerstenmaier, president of
the Bundestag, lower house of!
Parliament: Vice Chancellor and
Foreign Minister Willy Brandt;
and former Chancellors Konrad
Adenauer and Ludwig Erhard. Dr.
Goldmann said he will return here
at the end of next month to con
tinue to discuss indemnification
issues with Strauss.
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Friday, December 23, 1966
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Present Generation Must Meet Itself
By RAB3I SOL LANDAU
Beth David Congregation
Toward the cunolusion of the
book of Genesis, ths Bible takes
the reader into the middle of a
dramatic scene: "All these are
the twelve
tribes of Is-
rael, and this
is it that th 'ir
father spoke
unto them and
blessed them,
everyone a c -
cording to his
blessing. H e
blessed them."
The aged Is-
rael had ask-
ed his 12 sons
t o assemble
around him
once again be-
fore conclud-
ing his life on
earth. Of course, he would bless
them, and each one of his sons
Rabbi landau
he call"'! by name, and each one
he characterized as h<* 4*ro-
r.ounced his blessings.
Harsh Criticism
Yet. as we read his descrip-
tion of each sen, we are rather
startled. We would expect that
only words of sweetness i ::d af-
fection be spoVen so that noth-
ing mar the last moment' with
th?ir father. Our shock is Intensi-
fied by Pnding harsh and sharply
critical descriptions by old Jacob:
Reuben, whom he describes as
"unstable as water:'" Sirr.on and
Levy, who are called brethren,
weapons of violence, crisp be
their anger for it was fierce. Dan
shall be a serpent in the wave:
NaplhaH is a hind let loose, "he
giveth goodly words." Benjamin
is a wolf that raveth. Only a few,
particularly Joseph, are selected
for praise.
How are we to understand such
words to constitute a blessing?
Coming irom an aged, loving
patriarch? How can we expect
that such critical terms can but
arouse hostility within the sons
rather than help them to achieve
happiness? Would it not have suf-
ficed if the ch'ldren were all
given th? identical blessings?
Important Lesson
It is a lesson of creat import-
ance that is taught here. Jacob
transmitted to his sons the most
valuable heritage. In the manner
in which h" blessed them, he im-
plied that general words and
compliments were, at best, polite
phrases, but of no avail or mean-
ing for them in future life. He \
wanted them to understand that
a person must know and accept
himself as he is in order to func-
tion fully and be enabled to reach
his highest potential. As Jacob
knew his children well, he men
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AGUDATH ACrllM The Vartminut
Hotel, 6423 Collins Ave. Orthodox. ,
Saturday 3 a.m. Minolta ( p.m.
AGuDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave, !
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever
Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday S:30 a.m. |
Sermon: "The Contender with Men |
ami Angela Emerged Victorious." 4 ;
p.m. "Israel Builds a Commonwealth I j
en tin- ideals of the Prophets." Min-
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CANDLELIGHTING TIME
10 Teveth 5:14 p.m.
9
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Emanuel Kushelwitz,
president. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
Friday 5 p.m. Saturday a.m. Min-
olta 5 p.m.
1ETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W. Lioson.
Friday 7:30 and S:15 ixm. College
homecoming Sabbath. Sermon: "In-
fatuation, Romance and Love." Beth
Ds,vld atii> win participate in service
: .i -< I \ a.- as.-istai:! ushers. A pan-
el of college slud-nts will discuss
"And Now What is a Jew." during,
an Oneg Shahbat reception. Saturday
9 a.m. sermon: "Tin- Toran Lesson."
Bar Mltsvah: Stuart, son o( Mr. and
Mis. Al Krantz. Mincha .'. p.m.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rar-bi Solomon Sehlfl.
Friday 5:15 p.m. i-aturday s:30 a.m.
Sermon in nonor of Hebrew Acad-
emy Sabbath: "An Academy of learn-
ing." Mincha 5 p.m.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wain.
Friday 5:05 pur Saturday !* a.m.
Friday 5:S0 p.m, Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Painful Reunion."
---- ----
BETH KODESH. .101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Beniamin Ben-Ari.
Friday *:15 p.m. Bern Kodesh Sist-r-
I i Sabbath. Mrs. Sam Bchlllwolf,
hood president, and members
will participate In the service and host
the Ones Bhabbat. Sermon: "Conflict-
ing Observances." Saturday 8:45 a.m.
Bermon: "The End of Life. !:::" p.m.
"Portion of Law." 6 p.m. "The End
i f a Book."
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Sey-
mour Hinkes.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "And They
Sir,11 Walk Together." Mr. and -Mrs
r.!...\ Orsjanberg will host the oneg
Shabbat in honor oi' their 55th wed-
ding anniversary, Saturday 8 15 a.m.
Bar Mitzvah: Douglas llradley, son
< Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Turabor.
BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51tt PI.
Conservative. Rabbi Aharon M. Feier.
Friday 5:1.", and 1:15 p.m. Guest
.- eaker, Benjamin Meyers, past ;
ident, Bureau of Jewish Kducatlon.
Topic: "Behind (he Iron Curtain."
(i-p Bhabbat hosted by Mr, and Mrs.
Maun.e Kleinman in honor of their
children's anniversaries. Saturday 9
am. Bar Mltsvah: Richard Edmond,
eon of Mr. and Mrs. Jack l.evine.
Mincha r,: 1 r, p.m.
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BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave, Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
FrldAy 5:90 and B: 15 p.m. Saturday
,s .' a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Andrew, ^on
of Mr. and Mrs lark l.avin: Oregg,
aon of Mr. and Mrs Marvin I.
I D, on "I Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Bturman, Mincha 5:3(1 p.m. Bar .Mitz-
vah: To.Id, son nf Mr and Mrs. Sen
Knyder.
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lemer.
Frloay 8:13 p.m. College homecoming
service. Sermon: "The Religious
Needs of College Youth." Saturday
S:ir, a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Seth. son of :
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Brown.
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FT. LAUOERDALE JEWISH CEN.J
TER. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Rabbi Philip Chaiton. Cantor Theo-
dore Mindich.
Fiida> 8:15 P.m. Sermon: 'The Ten
Commandments for Our Day."
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross
Friday 5:25 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Min-
ed,t 5: 15 p.m.
ISRAELITE CENTER. J175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor William B. Nussan.
sen.
Friday 5:15 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon:
"There Is no Higher Law," Saturday
8:45 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the
Week."
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern traditional. Max
W. Temchin, president. Cantor Louis
Cohen.
Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa Weber-
man.
Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "And
Jacob Lived." Mincha 5 p.m.
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 646
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadl Nah-
mias.
Friday 5 p.m. Saturday S:30 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Love of Zion."
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. Capl?n.
Friday 5:15 and S:15 p.m. Sermon:
"l'angerous and Challenging T.mes
1966 in Retrospect." Hosts, Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Feld. Saturday 9 a.m.
Bermon: "Exile and Survival." Min-
cha 5 p.m.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con
aervative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "To End or
to Begin." Bas Mitzvah: Linda Susan,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I-eonard
Blumenfeld. Saturday 5:41 a.m. Bar
Mitzvah: Andrew Edward Cohen, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cahlin. Min-
cha 5:30 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Saturday 11:15 a.m.
Bar Mitzvah: Shane, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Shepard Faber: Mark, son of
Mr. and Mrs Ihivld Probinsky.
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Friday 5:15 p.m., College homecoming
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Dec. 25 Ch. 10, 11 a.m., 'The Jewish Worship Hour"
Guest: Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, Temple Ner Tamid
Dec. 25 Ch. 7, 10 a.m., "The Still Small Voice"
Host: Rabbi Sol Landau, Beth David Congregation
With Discussion Group on "One of the Great Jew-
ish Personalities Ahad Ha'Am"
service. Sermon: "Religion and the
Space Age."
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Cantor I
Saul H. Breeh.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chas-
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronian
Cantor David Convieer.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Is the Pope
the Only One Who Wants "Peace on
Earth?" Saturday 10:45 a.m. Has
Mitzvah: Toby, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph R. Popkin. Bar Mitzvah
Richard, son of Or. and Mrs. Julian
A. Hirklcs.
TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8tn
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April
Friday 8:15 p.m. College students will
participate In services.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Waahing
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvinp
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
Friday 5 and 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Oar-
many Klesinger and Nazilsm
The New Question Mark." Saturday
9 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion of
the Bible." Bar Mitzvah: Jacob, son
of Dr. and Mrs. Paul Plotkln; Gary,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kollln.
Mincha 5 p.m. Bar Mitzvah: Brad,
son of Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Alexander:
Gary, son of Dr. Carl Alexander. Jun-
ior Congregation In the assembly hall
10:30 a.m.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabb>
Joseph R. Narot.
Friday S:15 p.m. Sermon: ".Tews With-
out (Sod or God Without Jews."
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
3500 SW 69th Way. Conservative.
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Oneg Bhabbat hosted
by Sisterhood. Saturday 9 a in.
TEMPLE JUDEA. 5500 Granada Blvd.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip.
per.
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 7sth St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday a.m. Ser-
mon: "Portion of the Law." Bai
Mitzvah: Victor, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Brok.
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St., Miami Rabbi
Ralph G I i x m a n Cantor Herman
Marchbeln.
Friday 8:30 p.m, Saturday 8:45 a.m.
Bar Mitzvah: Stuart, sin of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Raymond.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH DADE
18601 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Mariua Ranson. Cantor Chet Gale.
Friday B:15 p.m. at Washington Fed-
eral, 699 XK 167th St. Pulpit glH
Rahhi Ralph P. Klngsley of Garden
City, N.Y. Bar Mitzvah: Ronald, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin H. rtz.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E
4th Ave., Hleleah. Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Value
of Dialogue Between (he Religious
Leaders of Different Faiths." Satur-
day 9 a.m.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative- Rabbi Maxwell 3er
ger. Cantor Ben Dickson.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon "Are \\v
Jewish, Keligious or Confused?" Sat-
urday 1:45 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of
the Week." Bar Mitzvah: Ma'k How-
ard, son of Ilr. and Mrs. Warren .7
Sussln.
TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd. Con.
aervative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henri
Wernlck.
Friday 8:1a p.m. Sermon- "Assumed
Responsibilities." Blsterl.....d will host
(he Oneg Shabbat. Saturday 9 a.m.
Sermon: "Pi rtton of the Week."
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml.
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Cantor
Pincus Aloof.
Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
Sermon: "The Triumph oi Jacob."
Mincha 5 p.m.
finnc h-ir most 'moortant char-
acteristics first, their weaknesses
ana their strengths, and on the
basis of his insight, he is able to
so,w them the makings of bless-
ings for each of them.
Our generation as a whole is
paiticularly guilty of not wanting
to accept itself as it is. but lives
with the delusion that in order
to attain blessing, a combination
of the glamorous Hollywood star,
the physical powers of the ath-
lete, the wealth of Rockefeller
and Ford is desirable. All this
usually is visualized as attainable
without any work. Upon birth of
a child, the parents are congiat-
Q3"i vr\ tratfinm niaaitf
T \ T T :
ty -ptTja *7Dnn xin .rrinv
rratfin ay Trnni pxn
ninnxn -ntf \?s .o\nn
t -: t : t
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ntrasn "b&k *?y "ido1? anix
o^iy ? laV^ne. crraton "w.
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tnyi frpn -ppiyap ntfa
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p-poo Q-naiT f k# ac-n di *on
.ratoia *?# on^ys nx
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na dtctB .niachaa ?,JiB.xnn
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D^pnp- d#3 ipp ana
tit iDpa .-aitf'n nin"?ina
ixaEr arpjH ?# Diiop srsto
iasm rvtiin rnx"? asiTKa
I T I T T"l I ft I T
.dsix1? it rix
T I I I It
Moshe Smilansky
Moshe Smilansky was the first
farmer in Eretz Yisrael. who was
also a writer. There were other
authors in the country, but only
a few were farmers.
Moshe Smilansky was born in I
(the year) 1874 in the Ukraine. He
emigrated to the country with his:
family in (the year) 1893. At first,
they lived in Hadera, and later
I mi"hi land in Rehovot and estab-
lished a farm there. He wrote
articles for the Jewish press in
Europe and described life in the
country in a realistic way. But he
was also an idealist and a public-
spirited man, was active in pol-
itics, and directed the Farmers'
Association for many years.
When Moshe Smilansky came to
this country, most of the land was j
barren, and the majority of the
ulated with words expressing
such notions.
Secret Power
Not only is no mention made
of the child's possible real tal-
ents; nor do we hoar that he may
grow up to be a fine human be-
ing, a decent citizen, a student,
a scholar, serving God and man.
All is imaginary.
There is at least one other ben-
efit from insight into one's self,
accepting and facing up to one's
limitation that is self-rel''ance.
One who knows himself will also
be backed up by the faith that
whatever he undertakes he.can
carry out and see through suc-
cessfully. Now we understand
that Jacob left his children the
genuine blessing, the true secret
power for their lives, "because
he blessed them each one ac-
cording to his blessing."
'poiVao no
-iaxn rrn -poiyao ntfa
t t t t ::*:
d? rrntf 'pxi^-f-ixa litfx-in,
.Dnpio liy rn fixa .ipio
.D^x^jpn u\ rn n^pya pi *?ni|
natfa 1^1 -ppi^ao ncto (
n"?y xm .nmpnxa 1874
T t t: -H
.1893 nrc-a innpE-p ay ns-iij
qa -inx ,n-nna tij nVnn
D*pm ,rriairna ninix m%
Dnaxp ana xin ,ffa
nsi-rxa rr-n-vn miwJ
7y n,pp,,?x,-i. rnixa tpp]
oi n*n xin tx .f-ixn *g
ppy ,-iias B-^Xl Bp-^HTTI
pn nx *7ri3i nfj-p^D^
.nia-] D-s^ ^oa n-iaxg
,pp3'?",pp n^a xa "ic;xa
f-ixa nia"rxn ati ra faxj
inhabitants were Arabs. He ad-
mired the beauty of the country
and became friendly with its Arab
inhabitants. He wrote about these
two loves in his stories. He wrote
much about the first Jewish pio-
neers. Smilansky liked to tell about
men of action and the workers
who dreamed of a better world.
Moshe Smilansky sought ways
to bring the Jews close to the
Arabs. He also thought that the
activities of the first pioneers in
the settlements were not suffici-
ently remembered. For this reason,
he wrote a book entitled Chap-
ters in the History of the Yishuv."
This book contains the stories of
people who came from Europe to
a new country, and made that
country their own.
Published by Brit Writ Olamit
,..'!. '.h:

SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION VAYEHI
Jacob blesses Ephraim and Manasseh.
"And Israel stretched out his right hand, and laid it upon
Ephraim's head, who was the younger, and his left hand upon
Manassehs head" (Gen. 48. 14).
VAYEHI Jacob lived in Egypt 17 years. On his death
bed, he blessed his sons, predicting the destiny of the tribes
that were to descend from each of them. Ephraim and Manasseh,
Joseph's tw.o sons, were included in the roster of Jacob's sons,
the heads of future tribes. Jacob died; the Egyptian physicians
embalmed his body, after the custom of the country. Jacob was
buried in the land of Canaan, in the Cave of Machpelah, together
with his ancestors.
Joseph continued to provide for his brothers after their
father's death. Before his own death, Joseph made his brothers
swear that when they returned to Canaan, they would take his
bones with them to the Promised Land. Joseph died; meanwhile,
his embalmed body was placed in a coffin, awaiting the return
to Canaan.
This recounting of the Weekly rortion of the Law it ex-
tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewisfc
Heritage." edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher is
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.
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+Jewish noridkuri
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:ture Series Launched at Emanu-EI;
ichel, Lerner, Samuel Scheduled Here
outstanding guest lecturers
presented in two different
Series as part of Temple
^u-El's continuing cultural
bid for members and the
Winity at large. Dr. Irving
Ban, of the Temple, an-
ed Wednesday.
Tuesday Evening Forums
^le held in the main sanctuary
e Temple. 1701 Washington
Hon three successive Tuesday
H)gs, 8 p.m., beginning Jan. 17.
Dr. Abraham Heschel, author,
lecturer and theologian, will
open the series with a discussion
of "Judaism and Christianity
A 20th Century Encounter." Dr.
Heschel is professor of Jewish
Ethics and Mysticism at the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of
America. He was among leaders
in the Ecumenical Council deci-
sions in Rome, havirvj worked
directly with Cardinal Bea.
He is the first Jewish scholar to
DR. HtSCHEL
MAX LERNER
MAURICE SAMUH
Justice Fortas
Due at Academy
Dinner Jan. 8
Supreme Court Justice Abe For-
'taswill !>' featured speaker at (he
[Hebrew Wa.li'my s I!>th annual
[scholarship dinner on Sunday
1 evening. .Ian. H. at the Deauviile
t Hotel
. Leonard I!o-en. chairman of the
[dirmeA in announcing Justice For-
ppearance here, said, "We are
to have one of the world's
Klished jurists as the main
ker at our annual dinner.
"Justice Fortas will probably
address the largest audience
tver yet assembled at any He-
brew Academy dinner."
According to Rosen, the advance
[efcle of tickets for the annual af
fair has surpassed "even the most
ptirnistic expectations, and to
>the confirmation' of reserva-
tions is running well ahead of
revious years."
Fortas, born in Memphis, Term.,
in 1910, was a brilliant student,
graduating with a Bachelor of Arts
^degree from Southwestern College
1930. Three years later, he earn-
bis law degree from the Yale
Jniversity School of Law. Upon
stion, Fortas joined the fac-
ulty at-Yale and soon earned wide
| acclaim as a teacher.
As editor-in-chief of the Yale
[Law Journal, and as a writer, con-
tributing articles to legal and na-
tionally published periodicals, For-
I SOOn attracted nationwide at-
tention and respect. He was ap-
pointed t'ndersecretary of the In-
CtOT in HI-*:!, and he held the
until 1946.
^attended the charter United
Uions meeting at San Francisco
^Hs, acting as adviser to the
telegation. and again in Lon-
Kn 1946.
Hfeminated as Associate Justice
Bhe Supreme Court of the
Bed States by President John-
have been chosen as a full-time i
Harry Emerson Fosdick visiting!
proiessor at the Union Theological
Seminary.
Dr. Heschel is the author of "Man
is Not Alone." "God in Search of j
Man." "The Sabbath." "The Earth,
is- the Lord's." and "The Prophets."
Jan. 21 Maurice Samuel, will
seek to answer the question, "What
Manes Men Hate?"
Samuel, with more than 20 books
to his credit, has written exten-
sively about anti-Semitism and
group hatred.
He has appeared frequently with
Mark Van Doren on NBC radio and
television.
Max Lerner, professor of
American civilization and world
politics at Brandeis University,
and journalist of world repute,
will complete the Tuesday Eve-
ning Forum series on Jan. 31.
His most recent book, "Age of
Overkill," has been a best-seller
since its publication. Lerner's
topic will be "The Revolution of
Our Times."
Forum steering committee mem-
bers were guests of Judge and Mrs.
Irving Cypen at their home on Fri-
day morning at a coffee. Plans
were made to stimulate interest in
the forum by arranging a series of
book reviews and discussionstudy
group meetings based on the writ-
ings of the guest speakers. Ad-
vance readings and study groups
0] this type will, according to Rab-
bi Lehrman, "not only intensify
the impact of the guest speakers.
but win substantially increase the
enjoyment ot those attending the
series."
The temple will launch its fourth
annual Sunday morning Breakfast
Forum Series beginning Feb. 12.
Three of the world's foremost re-
ligious authorities, Dr. Robert
Gordis, Dr. Max Artt and Dr.
Bernard Mandelbaum. will appear
on successive Sundays at the North
Branch Bldg, 77th St. and Dickens
Ave., at 10:15 a.m.
Forums steering committee in-
cludes:
Mr, nil.I .Mrs. Joseph Ah.-low, Mr.
ir:r! Mi*. I eonard Abramson, Dr. nn-l
Mrs. Seymour Aiirnuan, Dr. Charles
Binder, Mr. and Mrs. Bffas Boderman,
Mi. and Mrs. Harold .1. Brookaj Mr
nnd Mrs. Herbert Buchwald, Mr. ami
Mrs Alvln s Cmni, MV.'and 'Mr-.
M:i\ Dlnlaman and Mr. and Mrs. keon
Bpatetn.
Dr and Mrs. Jack J. Falk. Mr. an.l
Mrs. Irving Kirlel. Mr. anil Mrs. Hen*
rj Oewlts, Mr ani Mrs. George Golfl-
berg, Mr and Mrs. Abe Green, Mr
ana Mrs Bernard D, Kaplan, Dr. and
Mis Sherman R. Kaplan, Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Katzinan, Mr. mill Mrs.
Alexander Kosan, Mrs. Samuel Ku-
lok, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby .Ir., l>r.
anil Mrs. Meyer B. Marks. Dr. ami
Mrs Herman U Mechlowlta, Mr. anil
Mr- Albert B, Oaalp.
Mr. anil Mrs n .1 Itos.nstrailili.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Berota, Mr, an 1
Mrs. Michael Talnes, Mr. and Mrs.
Philip I Than, and Mr. and Mrs.
l..onard Zilbert.
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Justice Fortas as dinner speaker,
declared:
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Friday. December 23, 1966
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'"....... !.......VI
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
With All Change,
There is Yet Hope
IT'S HARD to believe that this
year marks the 25th anniver-
sary of Pearl Harbor. To some of
us, it seems like only yesterday.
But then we're in the position of
that father who says to the teen-
ager in the New Yorker Magazine:
'Please don't refer to the Forties
as those ancient days."
Where were you when the lights went out?
The milestone of the "day of infamy" moves us to
recall what we were doing when the grim news
stuck. Those of us who lived through Pearl Harbor
will never forget what we were doing when the tid-
ings hit us, just as we will always remember where
we were and what we were doing when FDR died,
or JFK was killed.
For me. Pearl Harbor has many messages, but
one of them, twenty-five years after, is that the
world is subject to change. That is good and that
is also bad. depending on how we use the ability
to effectuate change.
And haven't the changes been unbelievable?
Just twenty-five years ago, Germany and Japan
were our enemies. Japan was a militaristic nation,
reviled and frightening. Look at her today. She is
our friend. She is highly prosperous. From becoming
a foe of America she has become the most American
of all Asian nations. And she is so pacific that she
recently said, no thanks, she is not interested in
atomic bombs even though she was the victim of
two of them and recently her neighbor, Red China,
acqired one.
If such a change can come over Japan, and if
Germany, too. can display such alterations, there is
hope for other changes. The day may come when
South Viet Nam and North Viet Nam will become
friendly; the day may come when Arabs and Israelis
will reestablish their cousinly amiability.

By:
MAX LERNER
A Grand Coalition
IN A EUROPE where the French have
contributed the non-novel novel, and
the Biitish the non-sex unisex, and the
Russians the non-leader collegial lead-
ership, why should not the Germans now
contribute the non-party government in
the form of a Grand Coalition of its two
great enemy parties? True. Kurt Schu-
macher, the intense leader of the post-
wac Social Democrats, hated the idea of such a coamion,
and Konrad Adenauer doubtless still hates it, as poor
lost-or-mislaid Ludwig Erhard does. But Schumacher is
dead and Adenauer is in his 90s, and Erhard is through,
and the deep current operating to shape the German
future has to cut through so tangled a channel that it
takes both of the big parties to do it, not one.
Yet the united front of the new Kiesinger-Brandt
government cannot wholly conceal its paradoxes. It is a
government which includes an ex-Nazi (the Chancellor)
and an ex-Communist (Herbert Wehner. Minister for All-
German Affairs). It is a government neither of whose top
two figures (Kiesinger and Brandt) sits in the German
national Parliament the Bundestag. It is a government
which includes the two bitterest enemies inside the Chris-
tian Democratic Party Gerhard Schroeder, in charge
of Defense, and Franz-Josef Strauss, in charge of Finance.
Finally, it is a government not only of all the talents
but of all the policies, with Strauss and Kiesinger hot for
a French alliance, Brandt and Wehner skeptical of it, and
Schroeder deeply committed to the American alliance.
Although the two leaders of the new government are
Kiesinger and Brandt, its figures of historic importance
more probably are two men who hold minor Ministries in
it. One is Strauss, the other Wehner.
Strauss is Hell bent for the Chancellorship, and may
well get there in the next decade before he is 60. He
knows what he wants and where he wants to go. His ambi-
tion is to build a nationalist Germany, very much like
deGaulle's nationalist France. He has spelled out his
grand design" in the past four years, since he was forced
out of the Defense Ministry over the "Spiegel" affair: to
cast clear of America, to join German economic strength
with the French force-de-frappe, and out of them to create
an "independent European" (i.e. French-German) de-
terrent.
He has brilliance of mind, energy, arrogance, and the
will for command. He knew he could not himself succeed
Erhard, so he tried to use Kiesinger as a stopgap Chan-
cellor until German opinion is ready for himself, Strauss,
to make a bid for the office.
It is no slur on Willy Brandt, wnom I value deeply, to
say that the guiding brain behind the Social Democratic
Party since Schumacher's death in 1952 has been Herbert
Wehner, German parties were by tradition based on ideol-
ogy. Adenauer broke the tradition by forming a Christian
Democratic Party that proved flexible to the new winds
and currents of the world, and Wehner followed him by
doing exactly the same for the Social Democrats.
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRW
Is the Pen Mightier Than the Sword?
UOW EFFECTIVE are open let-
' ters to newspapers by public-
spirited citizens? What is their im-
pact? And what is the public re-
sponse?
Early in November, my eye
fell on "An Open Letter to Mr.
Yevgeny Yevtushenko" in the New
York Times by a Mr. Charles Rub-
instein. In his letter to YevtushenKo, the writer
voiced fear that the Arab forays and infiltrations
into Israel held the "threat of another Babi Yar,"
and he implored the Soviet poet to cry out now
against what is happening through the "mighty
power of his pen," since there are many anti-Semites
in the world today who are not only not satisfied
with the six million victims of Hitler's atrocities
but who "would now like to make the number eight
million."
What attracted me to the letter was the fact that
here was a unique appeal to the pen against the
sword. Not knowing Mr. Rubinstein, I will not call
him an innocent" even though it requires the high-
est form of gullibility to believe in the power of
the artist against the world in these days of storm.
However, that sort of innocence holds personal
appeal to me. Despite of what is happening in the
world today, this writer is gullible enough to believe
that the triumph for man and humanity rests not
in the noise of the trumpeteeers but in the silence
of the pen and supplicant. If the mercy of the pen
cannot prevail against evil, we are doomed.
We agree with Mr. Rubinstein that "those who
disregard common honesty and give aid and com-
fort to the enemies of Israel will be responsible for
another Babi Yar" and that all who do not protest
vigorously will also be guilty of default if they do
not try- to prevent a mass murder of Hitler's sur-
vivors.
But is Yevtushenko's the voice to stem the tide?
Is his pen, any one pen, that mighty that it can
avert a gzar din? We will need many and more
powerful voices, though he would no doubt remain
in the book of mercy and poetry even if he had
written nothing more than Babi Yar.
f Write as / Please
By CARL ALPERT
What Lies Ahead for Herat Party?
THE INTERNAL REVOLT in the Herut
Party, which for a time unseated
Menahem Begin from the leadership of
that party, was the political sensation
of the year in Israel. The opponents of
Herut had so often portrayed that party
as a monolithic, authoritarian organiza-
tion with dictatorial tendencies, that it
was difficult to conceive of democratic
differences of opinion within its ranks. Yet Herut has
now been revealed to be subject to the same stresses
and strains as other political parties.
The fight within Herut must be viewed from a broad
perspective. This is the period of drastic shuffling and
regrouping of parties in the country. Hardly a political
organization in Israel is free from internal tensions today,
eighteen years after establishment of the State. There are
two major causes for this situation.
First is the reason as old as politics itself: the emer-
gence of a new generation of younger leadership which
rebels against the control of those who have held the
reins too long. In Mapai. it was Moshe Dayan and Shimon
Peres, challenging the hegemony of Levi Eshkol and
Golda Meir. In Achduth Ha-Avodah. Yigal Allon is bucking
old timers like Yitzhak Tabenkin. In Herut, it is the
dashing young lawyer, Shmuel Tamir, who has emerged as
leader of the young rebels. There will be similar eruptions
in other of the many political parties with which Israel
is "blessed."
The second reason is the gradual shift in programs
and ideologies in response to the changing times. The
slogans which served so well to rally the loyal delegates
to Zionist Congresses have less and less relevance to the
realities of a State faced by economic, military and polit-
ical problems that the Zionist ideologists never thought of.
Herut in addition faces the difficult problem of recon-
ciling two disparate elements of its supporters: on the
one hand, the conservative, right wing businessmen and
industrialists who were attracted by Herat's stalwart oppo-
sition to Socialist domination; and on the other hand, the
masses of the underprivileged, mostly Oriental and Sep-
hardi Jews, who were drawn to the dramatic aspects of
Herat's irredentist platform.
It is not yet clear if there are any major program-
matic differences between Begin and Tamir. In Begin's
last major address to the Herut convention, before his
dramatic resignation, he reminded the delegates once
more that parts of the Homeland had still not been re-
deemed. He did not repeat the old slogan, "The Jordan
has two banks," but he made it clear that he regarded
Israel's present borders as temporary. This is the stuff
of which patriotic fervor is made, but even the Eshkol
administration has been sufficiently activist to reduce the
impact of Begin's call.
Compounding Herat's problem is the fact that for
eighteen years Begin's fiery leadership had led only to
magnificent defeats at the polls. He campaigned bravely
as the alternative to a Mapai Government, but never came
anywhere near capturing an election. Constant defeat
tarnishes the brightest image.
What will happen now? Until the recent internal
squabbles. Herat had begun to change the public image
of the party. It had begun to achieve respectability and
even a spirit of reasonableness. Already there were in-
teresting suggestions and predictions: The feud between
Ben-Gurion and Begin was one of the rocky reefs in Is-
rael's political waters. Begin's role in Herut now is in
question, and should Ben-Gurion. age 80. retire from
active leadership in Rafi, there might well be opportunity
for regrouping of alignments, leading to the inevitable
reform of the electoral system.
For the first time in Israel's history, this would open
up serious possibility of a new national administration
not dominated by Mapai. But Herut must first demon-
strate its internal stability.


As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT E. SEGAL

Demonstration Cities Appropriation
JOHN W. GARDNER, Secretary
of Health, Education and Wel-
fare, heralded the need for the
new "Demonstration Cities" ap-
propriation of S2.300.000.OO0, a few
years ago in a memorable passage
in his excellent book, "Self-Renew-
al."
Starting next July, at least a
few of America's larger cities will get experimental
funds with which to try to prove that if you tackle
the frightful complex of problems in the hard core
slums with the most blight, you may help to show
thousands of poverty-plagued people a bit of light
at the end of the urban tunnel. These grants of
Demonstration Cities funds should enable some
cities to bring together in one concerted effort their
problems for counselling, recreational guidance, job
motivation and job placement, home guidance, and
medical care.
Why is this concerted attack needed? Business
geniuses like David Rockefeller, Thomas S. Gates
Jr., Thomas J. Watson, Edgar F. Kaiser. John A.
McCone. and Henry Ford gave perhaps the most
cogent answer when they were helping to lobby
through the federal legislation. They said that
America needed the Demonstration Cities act be-
cause "our cities are being submerged by a rising
tide of confluent forces disease and despair, job-
lessness and hopelessness, excessive dependence on
welfare payments, and the grim threats of crime,
disorder and delinquency."
Their voices fortunately prevailed against the
Cassandra cry of Congressmen like Paul Fino, of
New York, who fought the proposal by falsely
charging that the project was mounted primarily
to end racial imbalance in the schools. Representa-
tive Fino had a number of other backlashers with
him; but in the end the President, Sen. Edmund
S. Muskie, of Maine. Dr. Robert Wood, of the Hous-
ing and Urban Development, and other champions
of the proposal had their way.
Some 200 cities have indicated an interest in
the project. In the first of its five years of opera-
tion, the program will probably be elfective in 60
or 70 cities. Each city gaining a grant will have to
convince the government the need exists. It will be
necessary for councilmen, members of welfare
boards and school boards
The program holds greater promise. For here
at last, the goal would be to prove that modern
men and modern planning and modern machinery
can single out the worst slum of the city and effect
vast change. Whatever is already "going for a city"
united in one gigantic effort, physical renewal tools
would be tackling the blight that spins its musty
web around the impoverished.
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t ndcrv. December 3n 19RR
Friday, December 23. 1966
vJewlsli fhridHairi
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
notice by publication
In the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit
of florida in and for
dade county, in chancery
No. MCI2848
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PATRICIA A. .MIN.NA.MON,
Plaintiff,
; Ki UK iB MIXNA MON,
Defendant.
|-<> AIRMAN KlItST CLASS,
GEORGE MIN.NA.MON
AK]1334807
8200 Supply
Box &01
Al'O San Francisco,
California 98271
Yon, GEORGE MINNAMON, ar
ereby notified that a l;ill of Com-
blaint fr Divorce haw bean filed
brains! you. and you are required to
Irrvt' a copy of your Answer or
Heading to the I'-111 of Complaint on
riainiiff'M attorney, aluekt
11, EN SKY", ESQUIRE, M-lls Bin.
yne Kullding. .Miami. Florida 33180,
kn.l file the original Answer or Plead-
pig In the office of the Clerk of die
fln-nlt Court on or before the 11th
of January, 1 MtJT- If yon fail to do
D, Judgment by default will be taken
laminae you for the relief demanded
ii the Bill of Complaint.
Thin notice shall he published onee
each week for four consecutive weeks
i THE JKWISH FI.ORIDIAN
DONE AMI ORDERED at .Miami.
Florida, this 1st day of Ileeember
YD. ISKli.
B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
I'ireult Court, Dade County, Florida
(Seal) By: K. .M. I.VMAN
I 'eputy Clerk
U.KF.RT WILENs'KV. ESQUIRE
Lttorney for Plaintiff
l-lis Blscayne Kiiiidine
Kami, Florida 33130
12/9-16-23-80
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKHT GIVEN that
e undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious name
f LHSAN APARTMENTS at 31-
|uth Btreet, .Miami Beach, Florida,
iii to register said name with the
STk of the Circuit Court of l'ade
..inly. Florida.
HARRY RRA.NI'EIS
RKG1.VA BRANDBIS
?AVID L TltAKK, Attorney
21 IJnroln Itotid
liaini Beach, Florida
12/16-23-30 1/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS* HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious name
bf GLENN-HOKY IJII'nltTS, at
SINGAPORE RESORT MOTES* 9S01
t'olllns Avenue, Bal Harbor. Florida
llitenil |o register said name with the
rlerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County, Florida.
l.lvNSAN, INC.
Florida Corp.
CHARMlTTK BKItlJ.Nl>, Pres.
J.EoN EPSTEIN
Attorney fi>r Applicant
f<20 Uncoln I toad
, Miami Beach, Fla.
12/16-23-30 1/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE) IS HEREBY GIVEN' that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
in buHiness under the fictitious name
.MADRID GARDENS at 8040 N
Cendall Drive, Miami, intends to
eglt-ter said name with the Clerk
the Circuit Court of I -ade County,
Florida.
IRWIN RASKIN
Trustee
12/16-23-30 1/6
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
lOADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 660-12839
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
1ARKY GOULD,
Plaintiff,
vs.
INITA GOPLD,
I I >efendant.
fi>; ANITA GOt'LD
O/O SALLY BENSON*
4"! South Kaiupai t Boulevard,
A|it. 409,
l YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED,
|liat a Complaint for Divorce has
en filed agalnal you. and you are
mired to serve a copy of your An-
or Pleading to said Complaint
plaintiffs attorneys, ZEMEL
AKF.MAN & ZEMEL, Esqs., 420
Jneoln Koad, Miami Beach, 38139,
lorida, and file the original Answer
Pleading in the offi,.....i the Clr-
rull Court Clerk, on or before the
10th day of January. 19S7.
If you fall to do so, Judgment by
I fault will be taken against you for
relief demanded In said Com-
paint.
[IH>NB A.NI> ORDERED nt Miami,
"lida. this 1st day of December,
He,
B. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: I.. 8NEBDBN
Deputy Clerk
EMhL, KAFFMAN & ZEMEL,
Ittorneys for Plaintiff,
p Lincoln Boad.
Hiami Beach, 33133. Florida
P>: MORTON B. ZEM'EL
12/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage
business, under the fictitious name
SINGER'S KAGGAGE AND
ll.ANSFER at 712 Collins Avenue.
Kfaml Beach, Florida, Intends to rea-
per said name with the Clerk of tin
Inniit Curt of Dade County, Florida
sINC Kit MOVERS, INC.
IRONOV1TZ, Sll.YKit \ SCHBR
H'.,,.VS fr Applicant
I". Mauley Building
fllainl, Florida
_____ II 1-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
. mm'Ice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
"" undersigned, desiring to engage
I noes mill, the fictitious name
RAYSHORE sai.I's COMPANY
i-'.i N \v. :oth Btreet, Miami, Fla.
I""iids to register said name with
I I' ik of the Circuit Court of Dude
\"< ty, Florida.
I N1TBD BTATE8 BRAKK
LINING CORPORATION
12/9-16-23-30
My&fo
BY HENRY LEONARD

"Doctor, let's fact it. If I ever give up
my misery ... I'd never be happy againl"
LEGAL NOTICI
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 71953-B
In RE: Estate of
Toss IE MAE LA WRENCH
a/k/a MAXINB LAWRENCE
a/k/a MRS. JOHN C. LAWRENCE
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to i>reaent any claims and
demands which you may have against
the estate of TOSKIE MAE UW-
RENOE a/k/a MAXINB LAWRENCE
a/k/a MRS. JOHN C. LAWRENCE
deccasod late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of 1 lade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 29th
day of November, A.D. 1966.
HARRY B. SMITH
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 2nd day of December, 1966.
HAMl'EL S. SMITH
Attorney for Administrator
407 Uncoln Road
12/2-9-16-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 72*95
In RE: Estate of
r.NEZ O. RICHMANN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AU Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and
demands which you may have against
the estate of INEZ G. RICHMANN
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as firovided In Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
the County Courthouse In l>ade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time "f the first
publication hcri-of, or the same will
be barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 30th
day of November, A.D. i:>66.
J. CASPER QEYER
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 2nd day of December, 194M.
MANUEL LUBEL
Attorney for Executor
101 East Flaglcr Street
12/2-9-16-23
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 72853-C
In RE: Estate of
ABRAHAM IIA IMOWTTZ,
a/k/a ABRAHAM HAINS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and n-
qujred t" present any claims and
demands which you n>av have against
the estate of ABRAHAM HAIMO-
W1TZ. a k 'a Abraham Hains. de-
ceased late of l hide County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate
ana as provided in Section 73S.il,
! lorlds statutes, in their offices In
the County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 10th
day of December, A.D. 1966.
CIIARIXyrTE BLACKMAN
. .As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the lth Bay of I>ecember, 1968.
ELLIOT L. MIIJ.ER
Attorney for Administratrix
2?3:i Sw 32nd Avenue, .Miami 33133
12/16-23-80 1/6
_______LEGAL NOTICI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C12712
NOTICE OF SUIT
THE WILI.IA.MSIU'RGll
SAVINGS HANK
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN I. LaFONTAINE, et ux,
I >el' ndants.
TO: John J. I .a Fontaine and
Bonnie LaFontaliu, his wife,
1117 .lanis Avenue
Akron. Ohio
You are hereby notified that the
allow captioned action lias been in-
stituted against you In the Circuit
Court of the Eleventh Judicial cir-
cuit of Florida ill and for Hade Coun-
ty to foreclose a mortgage upon the
iollowing described real propel t.\ :
Lot IS Block :.3 CORA I. PARK
estates section 5, according.
to the Plat thereof, recorded in
Plat Book 68 Page 94 of the Pub-
lic Records of Hade County, Flor-
ida.
You are required to file a respon-
sive pleading to the plaintiff's com-
plaint lth the Clerk of the aforesaid
Court, and serve a copy thereof upon
plaintiff's attorney. MARTIN PINE,
I hide Fi-deral Building, .Miami. Flor-
ida 3S1SL not later than December
30th, li'Mi. or a Decree Pro Confesso
will be entered against you.
DATED November 28. 1!>66.
E. II. DKATHER.MA.N
clerk of the Circuit Court
By C. P. COPEI.AND
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Dado Federal Building
-Miami. Florida 33131 12'2-9-lS-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious names
of ESTATE PROTECTION SERVICE:
I N T E It AMERICAN BUSINESS
AOBNCT, at 100 S. Blscayne Blvd.,
First National Bank of Miami Bldg..
.Miami, Fla. 33131, Intends to register
said names with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
JOHN N. ADAMS
.MARVIN U EESSNE
Attorney for Applicant
602 Blscayne Building
12/16-23-30 1/6
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 72904-B
In RE: Estate of
PAUL GROW,
1 leci-aeed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and
demands which you may have against
ihe estate of PAUL GROW, deceased
late of l>ade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Had. County, and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Fioria Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
wdthln six calendar months from tho
lime of tho first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, tills 23rd
dav of November, A.D. 1966.
JOSH REPHUN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 2nd dav of December, IMt.
JOSH REPHUN
Attorney for Executor
1370 Washington Avenue
12 2-!>-16-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GI\ EN th H
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business .....ler the fictitious name
of ROYAL HOTEL PROPERTIES,
at E82 North Miami Aw, Miami,
Florida, intends to register said name
With the clerk of ihe i limit Court of
Dade County, Florida,
.if cy. INC., a Florida Corporation
Bt'UENE l.l'.MI.ICH
Attorney for JU CY, Inc.
2319 \V. Flagler Bt., Miami. Fla.
U'. 1-9-K-H
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73104-B
In ID:: Estate of
JCLIA NTJRKO OPPENHEIM
OLAZBR
L>eeeased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims ur Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and
demands which you may have against
the estate of JUUA NI.'RKO OPPEN-
HEIM GLAZBR. deceased late of
I lade County, Florida, to the County
Judges of Had. County, and file the
same in duplicate and as provided in
Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in
their offices in the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, wdthln six
calendar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this 8th
day of December, A.D. I!"!6.
STANLEY I. GLAZBR
SEYM" U'lt l.OEWENBEltC,
As Executors
First publication of tills notlco on
the 16th day of December, I9M.
PRBTJ AND NEWMAN
Attorneys for Executi rs
80S Dade Federal Building
Miami, Florida 33131
I2/1-.J0 1/6
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C13157
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HILDA CHASE,
l'l. liltiff,
vs.
THOMAS K, CHASE,
I i.fendaiii.
Ti Till 'MAS K ill ASK
IS. Public Health Hospital
Siai. n Island. N.w York
You, THOMAS K. CHASE, are
hereby notified that a BUI of Com-
plaint for Divorce has ln.cn filed
against you and you arc required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bin of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney, WIBUAM
J. GOLDWORN, 637 S.W. u'Tth Ave-
nue. Miami. Florida 33136, and file the
original Answer or Pleading- In the
office of the Clerk of the circuit
Court on or before the 19th day of
January, 1967. if you fall to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the BlB of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI/>RIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 9th day of December,
A D 1966.
i: H LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, I 'a.l. 'ount; Florida
(Seal) Bl : C. P. COPELAND
I >. pun cl.-rk
WILLIAM I GOLDWORN
Attorney for Plaintiff
621 SAW !7th Ali line
Miami, Florida 33136
12, 16-23-80 1/6
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 72983C
in RE: Estate of
MINNIE FARKASH
I leceasjcid.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and
demands which you may have against
the estate of MINNIE FARKASH
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of I lade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 783.16,
Florida Statutes. In their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida. within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Great Neck. N.Y.. this
26th day of November. A.D. 1966.
MILTON SHERR
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 2nd day of I>ecembcr, 1966.
SMITH A MANDI.ER
Attorneys for Administrator
407 Lincoln Roud
Miami Beach, Florida
12/2-9-16-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 72999
In RE: Estate of
DOROTHY STl'DENSKr
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and
demands which you may have against
the .state of DOROTHY 8TUDEN-
SKI deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.l6,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
th.- County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, ,.r the same will
he barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this 7th
day of December, A.D. 1H66.
/s/ ARNOLD II. STI'HENS'KI
ADMINISTRATOR OK THE
ESTATE OF
DOROTHY STI'DENSKL d......axed
First publication of this notfe.....i
the 9th day of December, 1966.
LESTER ROGERS
Attorney for Administrator
999 N W. nth str..t,
Miami, Florida
12/9-16-23-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72972-A
In RE: Estate of
MITCHELL M. PI.1SKIN.
11. .eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired 10 present, any claims and
demands which you may have against
the estate of MITCHELL M. I'LIS-
KIN, deceased late of Dade County,
Florldn, to the County Judges of Hade
County, and fn. the same in dupli-
cate and as provided In Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, In their offices in
the County Courthouse in Hade Coun-
ty, Florida, within sis calendar
months from the lima of the first
publication hereof, ..r llie same will
be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, ibis 8th
day of Dei-ember, V.D, 1966.
FRIDA PUSHKIN
As EXI l uir'\
First publication of this nntloe on
the 16th da) of December, 1966.
\i:\. ii.n FEIN
ttton > for Executrix
420 Lincoln Koad
Miami Beach, Florida
12, 16-23-80 1/6
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LEGAL NOTICP.
NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 6C 12689
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HAHl.l>TTE WAS8ER3dAN,
Plaintiff,
11A Rll YV WA SSERM A N.
I iclendant.
TO: HARRY WA8SERMAN
1138 Golden Gate
Mayfield Heights, Ohio
Yor, HARRY WASHERMAN, are
hereby notified that a Rill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has lieen filed
axainst you. and you arc required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Itill of Complaint on Plain-
tiff's attorneys, CAIDIN, ROTHEN-
BERO, LELCHUK A.- 8U8SMAN, 80S
lllscayne I'.nildlnit, Miami, Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office, of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 80th
day of December, 1866. If you fail to
do so, Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Kill of Complaint.
DONE and ORDERED at .Miami.
Florida, this 28th day of November.
1966.
B. R. LEATHERMAN
Clerk, circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
(Seal) BY: K. M. I.Y.MAX
Deputy cierh
12 2-9-16-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C11950
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CHARLENE VIRGINIA REHM,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JACK CHBSLEV REHM,
1 >el'cndant.
TO: JACK CHESLEY REHM
You, JACK CHESLEY REHM, are
hereby notified that a Kill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, ami you are required to
servo a copy of your Answer or
1'lcadliiu to the Kill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney, JOSEPH i'.
KRANNKN. ESUF1EE, M-11S Bls-
cayne Kuildlnir, Miami, Florida 381K0.
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In tho office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 19th
day of Jajiuary, 1967. If you fall to do
so, Judgment by default will bo taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Kill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FIX1RIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 9th Day of December,
A.D. 19li.
K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(Seal) By: c. P. COPELAND
1 >-Tiny Clerk
JOSEPH c. URANNEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
M-118 Blscayne Building
.Miami. Florida 33130
______________________ 12/16-23-30 I >:
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C13247
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MART CAROLINE KI.AIN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
THO MA H WENDELL KI.AIN.
Defendant.
In THOMAS WENDELL KI.AIN.
.",10 North Walnut Street
Columbia City, Indiana
You, THOMAS WENDELL BLAIN",
an. hen by notified thai a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required t>>
serve a copy of your Answer or liend-
liu; to the Mill of Complaint on the
plaintiffs Attorney, FAIL KW1T-
NEY, 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading ill the office Of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
'.'atli da> of January. 1967. If you fail
to do so. Judgment by default will
be taken against you for the relief
demanded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published one..
each week f,r four consecutive w. cks
in THE JEWISH Fl.< Hill MAN.
HONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 13th day of December,
A.D. 1966.
B. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florid..
(Seal) Ky L. SNEEDEN
Deputy ci.rk
PA PL KWITNEY of
SILVERSTEIN. KWITNEY &
COl'IlISS
Attorneys for Plaintiff
120 Lincoln Road
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At the sixth annual Jubilee Ball of Mt. Sinai Hospital in the
Diplomat Hotel last Saturday evening are (left to right) Mrs.
Herbert Goldblatt, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedland, and Her-
bert Goldblatt.
Discussing the holiday red and white decorations of the Re-
gency Room at the Diplomat Hotel, where Greater Miamians
attended the sixth annual Jubilee Ball of Mt. Sinai Hospital
last Saturday night, are (left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Dan B.
Ruskin and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lipton.
Taking time out from the annual Jubilee Ball festivities at-
tended by some 750 guests Saturday evening of Mt. Sinai
Hospital at the Diplomat Hotel are (left to right) Mrs. Helen
Camer, Mrs. Jack Corner, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Corner, and
Mrs. Jack Camer.
by ISABEL GROVE
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Miami, Florida, Friday, December 23, 1966
Sectior.
Debs to Bow at Israel Bond Ball
The Ambassador's Ball held an-
nually under the patronage of the
Ambassador of Israel and the Gov-
ernor of Florida will take place
Monday evening in the Grand
Ballroom of the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Israel's Ambassador to the
United States, Avraham Harman,
and Mrs. Harman will come to
Miami for the event.
The Ambassador's Ball, spon-
sored by the State of Israel Bonds,
is the occasion where young ladies-
come-of-age will be presented to
the Ambassador in a debutante
ceremony.
Debutantes to be presented this
year are:
ROCHELLE SARI BAKER
Daughter of Abram Baker, of 800
W. 47th St., Miami Beach. Junior
at Miami Beach Senior High
School. She is treasurer of her
class, a member of Sorrota Service
Club, Brush and Pallette Club.
She was confirmed at Temple Beth
Sholom, plans to attend the Uni-
versity of Florida and is interested
in dress-designing and modeling.
She is a student at the Coronet
School of Modeling.
LENORE BETSY BENN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Bcnn, of 14830 NE 11th Ave., No.
Miami. She is a junior at Barrv
College, majoring in biology and
education. She was in the National
Honor Society, member of Phi
Theta Kappa, also a member of
Atid, the College Age Organiza-
tion of the United Synagogue of
America. Her major interests are
philosophy, education, sewing and
tennis.
SELINA DECKY Daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Decky, of
835 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, and
granddaughter of Mrs. Ida Spiv-
ack. A junior at Miami Beach Sen-
ior High School, she is vice pres-
ident of Junior Hadassah, the
Thespians, Future Teachers of
America and Forensic League.
She was confirmed at Temple
Emanu-El, and plans to attend the
University of Miami. She is inter-
ested in a career in show business
or teaching drama.
BARBARA VALERIE GOLO-
FARB Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Herman F. Goldfarb, of 620 NE
51st St., senior at Miami Edison.
She is first lieutenant of the Miami
Edison Cadette (Honor) Corps, sec-
retary of National Honor Society,
treasurer of Sub Deb Service Club,
was confirmed at Tifereth Israel
and is also a member of Temple
Israel. She received Hagigah (Fes-
tival of Arts) Award, and hopes
Continued on Pag* 2-B
ISTE'S
f. y*
s
Gold invitations announced the
reception given by Doris and Dr.
Leonard Frantz in honor of her
parent's 50th wedding annivers-
ary on Saturday night, Dec. 17
. Honorees, Rose and Sidney
Light* who exchanged vows a
naif a century ago in New York
City, have been residents of Key-
stone Point for the past 10 years
. Here to enjoy the festivities
were their other daughter,
\ hrn and son Bradley, of Great
Nick. N.Y., and their two sons,
Sol Light and wife Ellen, of Sad-
dle River, N.J., and Dr. David
Light and his Sondra, of Miami
Beach Against the beautiful
home at 9800 NE 13th Ave., dec-
>rated by hoi sister with red
and white predominating, the
hostess set gold candles, yellow
daisies and a huge three-tiered
wedding cake topped with golden
hells For the occasion, Doris
chose pink crepe, Adele selected
a black frock in the new tent
style, and the lady of the hour,
-Mrs. Light was radiant in a pink
and white Hannah Troy cocktail
suit.. Seen among the 65 guests
enjoying cocktails and the buf-
fet. Mayor of North Miami Sher-
man and Mrs. Winn, Dr. Charles
and Doris Widgerson, Mr. and
Mrs. George Simons and the
James Rodenbergs.
it 4 *
It will be New Year's in Mi-
ami Beach for Mrs. Ethel Shoch-
et, who has returned to the
Martinique Hotel after several
months in Washington, D.C. .
More than national monuments
kept her in the capital so long
. It's home for the families of
her son and daughter, Dr. and
Mrs. A. F. Gardner and their one,
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Binder and
offsprings .
A holiday cocktail party and
buffet to which Sclma Turetsky
had invited 50 couples turned
out to be a surprise birthday
celebration, complete with huge
cake, for hubby Murray last Sat-
urday night Guests gave sev-
eral rousing renditions of "Hap-
py Birthday Moe," accompanied
by the band, which also played
for dancing around the pool and
patio.

A formal sweet 16 dinner dance
at the Waldman Hotel for Shel-
ley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ted Landesman, 2924 Prairie
Ave. Huge arrangements of
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Friday, December 23, 1%6
AJCong. Groups Highlight Film
Meeting of the North Dadc ident, Mrs. Russell Winer A
Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter, AJC, view of activities brino i '"
on Thursday, 8:30 p.m.. at the i for ^ ~ 'nR Jtanncd
home of Mrs. Rose Racher, 2163 JLjTiHTgu?h n .T* Wat"
NE 173rd St.. No. Miami Beach,! JEwS ^ -' '" '"""
was to feature the new film, "Star %? gl by Mls
Spangled Extremist,." p^iSent fund ra*'g vice
The film was produced under------------------------__
' the technical consultation of Allan Seniors Choose New |MJ.
F. Westin. professor of law at Col "c,"wr *" *etv Leaders
umbia University and director of; Florida Senior Citizens Club
i the university's Center for Re- installed its new slate of off
search and Education in American cers on Monday. 2 p.m.. at R4'>
Liberties.
? .-
Washington Ave.
Young ladies to be presented Monday even-
ing at the Fontainebleau Hotel are standing
(left to right) Merle Eve Millorf. Penny Lee Mill-
er, Deborah Ruth Levin, Benes Solloway, Mar-
lene Cheryl Segal. Roberta Levinson, Lenore
Following the movie, a discus-
sion was to be led by Mrs. Abra-
ham Augenstein, chairman. Com-
mission on Law and Social Action,
and Joseph I. Yanich, regional di-
rector, American Jewish Congress.
New members were to be wel-
comed by membership vice pres-
ident, Mrs. Selma Wolfson.
*
A post-Chanuka playlet, directed
by Mrs. Eva Blum and Mrs. Berts
Barnet, was to be one of the fea-
tures at the Louise Wise Chapter,
AJC, luncheon meeting on Thurs-
day, 11:45 a.m., at Waldman's Ho-
tel.
Mrs. Joseph K. White, program
vice president, announces that
there was to be a showing of "Star
Spangled Extremists."
Hostesses were to be Mrs. Saul
Pomerantz and Mrs. Daniel Less
off. with the benediction being
given by Mrs. Lotte Ratsprecher.
New memoers were to be wel-
comed by Mrs. Louis Cohen, mem-
bership vice president. Chairman
for the day was to be Mrs. Joseph
Albuquerque, president, Louise
Wise Chapter.

Mrs. Irving Quartin, program
vice president. Coral Gables-Miami
"hapter, announces that "Star
Spangled Extremists" was to be
hown at the chapter's open meet-
ng on Thursday, 12:30 p.m., at
'.he Park Lane Cafeteria.
Following the movie, a discus-
Benn. Amy Josephine Querido and Senna | *_*J bfu.1f!1 _by _Mrs" _Swn
Decky. Seated (front) are Barbara Valerie
Goldfarb and Rochelle Sari Baker. Seated ldV?
(rear) is Betty Lynn Segal.
Penchansky, chapter vice pres-
New members were to be wel-
comed by membership vice ores-
SET FOR FONTAINEBIEAU MONDAY EVENING
Debs Will Bow at Israel Bond Ball
Continued from Pag* 1-B
to attend Sophie Newcomb or the
University of Florida.
YVONNE LERNER Daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lern-
er, of Forest Hills, N.Y., and
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Huna Brin, of 5101 Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach, she is a junior at
Forest Hills High School. Her fav-
orite sports and hobbies are swim-
ming, scuba diving, water-skiing
and dancing. She plans to attend
the University of Miami.
DEBORAH RUTH LEVIN
Daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Leo
Levin, of 825 Fairway Dr., Miami
Beach, she is a junior at Miami
Beach Senior High School, where
she is a member of the Gibson's
Club and the Student Council.
She was confirmed at Temple
Beth Sholom. Her favorite pas-
times are horseback riding, golf
and water skiing. She plans to at-
tend the University of Florida to
prepare for a career as kinder-
garten teacher.
KAREN A. LURIA Daugh-,
ter of Mrs. Sol Luria. of Ix>s An- j
geles, and granddaughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Fleisher, of the
King Cole Apartments, Miami
Beach, Karen is a freshman at C.!
W. Post College at Greenvale. L.I. I
ROBERTA LEVINSON
Daughter of Mrs. Ruth Levinson
and the late Dr. David Levinson,
of 16701 NE 14th Ave., No. Miami!
Beach. She is a senior at Miami
Norland, treasurer of the Social
Science Forum, Student Council'
Representative, member of the
Pep, Paramedical and Literary
Clubs, is on the Miami Norland
Varsity Swim Team, was confirm-
ed at Beth Torah Congregation and
attended school in Switzerland and
Israel, where she lived with Is-
raeli students at Kfar Hayarok.
She plans to attend Goucher Col-
lege in Maryland and major in
biological sciences.
PENNY LEE MILLER
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David
S. Miller, of 1495 Daytonia Rd.,
Miami Beach, she is a junior at
Miami Beach Senior High School,
member of Lanet Girls Club, Girls
Athletic Association and the
YWHA. She is interested in all
land and water sports, was con-
firmed at Temple Menorah, and
plans to attend a midwestern uni-
versity and major in teaching and
English.
MERLE EVE MILLOFF
Daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Bernard
Milloff, of 1006 No. South Lake
Dr., Hollywood, she is a junior at
Pine Crest Prep School, a member
of the French and Anchor Club,
a member of the Pine Crest Tennis
Team, was confirmed at Temple
Beth El in Hollywood, and plans
to attend Smith College and hopes
to be a French teacher. This sum
mer she is going to France with
the Ecole Arcadie Group.
AMY JOSEPHINE QUERIDO
Daughter of Irving Querido, o'
801 NE 82nd St.. Miami, she is s
junior at Edison Senior High
School, member of the 00-Mis
and Concert Chorus, member of
Teekvah, BBG, was confirmed at
Tefereth Israel, where she is a
member of the Temple choir. Her
major interests are music, singing
and piano. She plans to attend
Florida State University to pre-
! pare for a teaching career.
BETTY LYNN SEGAL
; Daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Myron
I J. Segal, of 700 Washington St,
j Hollywood, she is a senior at Nova
i High School, a member of Ex-
changette, ETA and Latin Club.
She was confirmed at Temple Beth
El in Hollywood. She plans to at-
tend Radcliffe and major in social
welfare, planning to work with dis-
advantaged and brain-injured chil-
dren.
MARLENE CHERYL SEGAL
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Segal, of 7311 Byron Ave., Miami
I Beach, she is a junior at Miami
Beach Senior High School, mem-
ber of the Anchor Service Club,
: Sodditas Latina Spanish Club, Em-
! bryo Staff, Sigma lambda Sigma,
' was confirmed at Temple Menorah,
i and plans to attend Boston Univer-
sity. She is interested in a teach-
ing career.
BENES SOLLOWAY Daugh |
ter of Mrs. Rebel Solloway and the
| late Larry Solloway, of 555 So.
Shore Dr., Miami Beach, she is a
graduate of Miami Beach Senior
High School, enjoys painting,
horseback riding and music. She
is a student at Miami Dado Junior
College and is interested in a
career in business and finance.
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Friday, December 23, 1966
+Jewlsi> flcridian
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Hadassah Center W* W oeg shabb*
Opens on Beach
Dec. 15 is the official open .
of the Hadassah Center for Winter
Residents at the Moulin Rouge
Motel, 41st St. and Indian Creek
Dr.
Tiny Tot Oneg Shabbatt pro-
grtm of 'he YM and WHA of
. Greater Miami will be held on Fri-
is the official opening ,iay at 2 p.m. There will be no
Tiny Tot program on Friday, Dec.
30. The special program for Nur-
sery and Kindergarten youngsters
is held every Friday afternoon at
the YM and WHA. 8500 SW 8th St.
According to Mrs. Alfred Tuvin,
national liaison officer for the Cen-
ter, thousands of Hadassah mem-
bers converge on Miami and Mia-
mi Beach for the winter.
The Hadassah Center is a home
away from home for these mem-
bers. Aside from supplying them
with information about Miami and
Miami Beach activities, it also Greater Miami Section of Na-
lolds its own social functions, the tionai Council of Jewish Women,
first of which will be on Jan. 11. as ,ne cooperating agency of the
'Manny" Fruchter, manager of Unjte,i njas Service, announces
the Moulin Rouge Motel, has made: ,nat as a resuit 0{ the pledge of
Miami NCJW
Hopes to Unite
USSR Families
Betl} Torah West Point supper dance commit-
e maps plans for Feb. 4. Standing (left to
right'' are Stanley Friedman, vice chairman,
I .-aid Zif'.r, congregation president, Morris
/.yldfarb. chairman, Julius Gordon, Adrian
.-..afcr.an. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Burton
Young, Mrs. Stanley Stein, Mrs. Richard Snei-
der, Mrs. Adrian Kaufman, Mrs. Julius Gordon,
Mrs. Stanley Friedman. Not shown cue Mrs.
Ewald Ziffer, Sidney Kronish, and Samuel Sen-
ter, honorary chairman.
the full facilities of the motel avail-
able to the Hadassah Center and
its visiting members.
West Point Chapel Choir
Sings at Beth Torah Feb. 4
Beth Torah Congregation an
nouneed this week that the Jewish
( hapel Choir of the United States
Military Academy at West Point
will be their guests the weekend
of Feb. 4.
Since this will be the first ap-
pearance of the choral group in
the Greater Miami area, Beth Tor-
ah will celebrate the unique event
with a supper dance in the Temple
on Saturday evening, Feb. 4. At
this time, the Cadet Choir will
entertain with a program of choral
melodies. Highlight will be the f
presentation of young ladies of the, of Be,,
community who will be escorted
r;-$*"he Cadets in their full-dress
"""u in forms. National, State and local
dignitaries will grace the dais at
the military ball.
In addition to the Saturday even-
in': festivities, the cadets will be
welcomed on Friday afternoon,
Feb. 3, with a luncheon at the
home of the president of Beth
Torah Congregation. Ewald Ziffer.
and Mrs. Ziffer.
Mayor and Mrs. Arthur I. Sny-
der, of North Miami Beach, will
entertain the cadets at a swim and
sailing party at their home. Sun-
day morning, Feb. 5, the congre-
gation will host a farewell brunch
for the cadets and the young la-
dies before the departure of the
choir.
Chairman of the supper dance
is Morris Goldfarb. Samuel Senter.
e Glade, Fla., has been ap
pointed honorary chairman. Serv-
ing with them on the committee
are Mrs. Stanley Stein, vice pres-
ident of Beth Torah Congregation:
Stanley Friedman, vice chairman
of the committee: Mrs. Stanley
Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. Ewald
Ziffer. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Gor-
don, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Kauf-
man. *lrs. Burton Young, Sidney
Kronish. and Mrs. Richard Sneider.
Singles Club
Social Meeting
Young Adult Sinsles Club of the
YM and WHA will hold a social
meeting on Wednesday. Dec 28.
in the Golden Key Room or the
"Y," 8500 SW 8th St.. at 8 p.m.
The newly-formed social group
is open to young single adults. IP,
to 28 years of age. who are inter
ested in social and cultural pro-
grams. Membership information
will be available at the social
meeting on Dec. 28.
In charge of information is Mrs
Rita Sehoenberg, group advisor.
Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin to
ease emigration of Jews from the
USSR, there may be far greater
possibilities for reunion of famil.es
here in the United States.
Council office is now compiling
a list of families presently in the
USSR who wish to Join their rela-
tives in the U. S. "This may well
he ;in historic event for many Jews
in the Soviet Union and their fam-
ilies throughout the world who. in
some cases, have been separated
for close to 50 years." aecordin-
Mr. Edwin Oppenhcim. president.
Greater Miami Section, National
Council of Jewish Women, wel-
comes the name- of those in the
I USSR with immediate relatives
here. Address of the local office
I is 1317 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami.
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Zamora Ladies, Students in Skits
Annual candlelighting ceremony
of the Sisterhood of Temple Za-
mora was held Saturday, 7:30 p.m.,
at the temple.
Under the direction of Mrs. Sam
Cursky. the students of the Sun-
day School presented a Chanuka
play, with Malka Fishman playing
i he role of the Queen of the Chan-
uka fairies.
Mrs. Gursky also directed the
skit, "A Light to Live By," with,
the following Sisterhood members,
1 in the cast: Mesdames Louis Char-,
ter, Harry Green. Lillian Kerrish,
Irving Klein. Jerome Lieberman,
Israel Kussner. Betty Patterson,1
Nathan Reiter. Morris Joseph and
Dorothy S. Greenberg.
Lighting the Beth Sholom Chanuka outdoor menorah on the
evening of Dec. 7 were Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader
of the temple, with John Greenfield and Marcict Sterner, lead-
e s of Beshty (Beth Sholom Temple Youth), and Cantor David
Conviser The holiday was celebrated with a Sisterhood junior
SgTb^aktot on Saturday. On Sunday, the ^mentarysec-
Uon of the school presented plays, songs and skits at a special
Ch^uLa a^mbfy, followed by a traditional Chanuka unch.
STmTwSJ! is chairman of the Sisterhoodi religious
'irool committee. Mrs. Bennett Lee was chairman of the
SS^W and Mrs. Henry Bjnuth served as
chairman of the elementary Chanuka lunch.
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Friday, December 23, 1966

Smiling at the complete success of the Wom-
en's Cancer Leaaue cf Miami Beach lunch-
eon, whose proceeds ao to the Turner Clinic
:: Mount Sinai Hospital, are standing (left to
r.gfat) Mrs. Edward Cowen, sponsors chair-
man; Mrs. Frances Linn honorary chairman;
" Irs. Ab Schonfeld, chairman of the day;
\ Irs. Martin Wexler, ticket co-chairman; Mrs.
Morris Gidney, president; Mrs. Robert Gross-
man, ticket chairman; and Mis. Me'vynne
Sommers. hospitality chairman. Seated are
Virginia Graham, guest speaker, and Mrs.
Robert Z. Greene, honorary chairman of the
board and national president of the Women's
Auxiliary of the Damon Runyon Fund. Over
1,500 women attended the sell-out gala affair.
50th Anniversary
Couples Will Be
Honored Mar. 5
Mrs. Joseph E. Reiser, president
of the Jewih Convalescent Home
of South Florida, has announced
Dlans by the community-supported
Home to honor Greater Miami
couples who have been married
50 years or longer.
First presentations of "Golden
Years Awards" will be made at the
annual dinner dance on Mar. 5.
According to Mrs. Keiser, "this
will be the first time in the local
Jewish community that such long-
time married couples will be offici-
ally recognized and properly hon-
ored."
A special plaque is currently be-
ing designed for presentation to
the many couples who are expect-
ed to participate in the cere-
monies. Mrs. Keiser declared.
She and her husband. Joseph,
recently celebrated their 51st wed-l
ding anniversary. An active civic
leader. Mrs. Keier served six con-
secutive years as president of the
Jewish Convalescent Home.
Pinner committee for the an-
nual dance has requested that
qualifying couples, or the relatives
of such couples, contact the Home
office at 310 Collins Ave.
s. Joseph K[i:m
At the recent coffee meeting at the home of
Mrs. Jack M. Fink, planning details for two
:orthcoming concert-art exhibits at Beth Shol-
r-m are seated (left to right) Mrs. Elliot Pearl,
Mrs. Sam Rudt, Mrs. Florence Kahn, Mrs. Leon
Kronish, Mrs. Ethel Shapiro, Mrs. Jonas Brot-
man, Mrs. Julius Sei, Mrs. Louis Snetman, Mrs.
Marvin Marx, Mrs. Milton Jacobs Mrs. Dcvid
Drucker. Standing are Mrs. David Ponve, Mrs.
Seymour Silverman, and Mrs. Jack M. Fink.
Terah Education
Aided by Dinner
The Orthodox Rabbinical Coun-
cil of Greater Miami \\;!1 sponsor
its first annual Torah dinner on
Thursday evening, Dec 28. in the
Harry N. Schwartz Audi'orium of
Beth Israel Congregation.
All proceeds will be used for the
maintenance budget of institutions
of Torah education.
The recipient of this years funds
will be the Bais Medrash Leeyun
Talmud in Far Rockaway. N.Y.,
and the Guraryeh Institute for Ad-
vanced Studies. Brooklyn, N.Y.
In charge of reservations are
Rabbis David Lehrfield. Dov Ros
enczweig, Sherwin Stauber, Phin-
eas Weberman. and Berel Wein,
members of the Orthodox Rabbin-
ical Council of Greater Miami.
National Expandy
Jet Flights Here
An expanding jet fleet will
able National Airline- to ol
more irt flights this wintei
ing Florida w;th northern ir
western citie-; than have ev<
fore been scheduled by the carrier
Thjs massive winter airlift nil]
give vacationers teekin
79 daily flights betweei I
and the eastern rod westen
served by the airline, plus
di tonal jet flights on
heavy travel.
( omplete winter schedul
came effective this week 1
additional jet flights are
uled on Fridays. Satui
Sundays, effective Jan. 6.
Miami will have 23 jet :
daily from the noith. and i
them will be non-stop fron
York's three metropolitan a.r
poits. Ten jet flights daib.
leave Kennedy airport for
and seven will be non-stop Twa
daily nonstop flights from Nev^
ark to Miami are scheduled 1.4?jr
daily jet flights will leave La-
Guardia airport and three are
non-stop.
Festival of Art Slates Concerts At Beth Sholom
Temple Beth Sholom is planning
a Festival of the Arts, featuring
v o twilight concerts.
Starring at the Feb. 19 concert
I 4 p.m. will be internationally-
renowned violinist Joan Field.
At the piano will be Michelle
Levin. Also scheduled at the con-
cert will be an exhibition of pho-
tographs by Jacques Wolfe.
On Apr. 16. th noted cellist
Ingus Naruns, will be featured,
again with Michelle Levin at the
piano. The exhibit will include
graphic art by Laurence Donovan,
his only one-man show of the sea-
son.
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Mrs. David Drucker is chairman
of the music and arts committee,
and Mrs. Jack M. Fink is co-chair-
man. Chairmen of the Beth Shol-
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Doctors Talk On
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Program theme will be "Your
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Friday. December 23, 1966
* fenist Meridian
Page 5-3
Socialite ... few s^Jsabel C*
V
Continued from Pag* IB
p'Hx'snd white chrysanthemums
clecfl ate I tii 3 Flo. en tine Roo:n
of the hotalr-w.th diaphanous
p:nk material draped on the
:n palm Londs
rid .
nj. relatives at the party
were Mrs. Yetta Waldman, grand-
>:her cf the honoree, Sam and
shavla Waldman; Mr. and Mrs.
i [a Waldmao, Mr. and Mrs.
Alvin Levenson, the Mesdamea
,'. I lack. Bu Idy Litowitz,
>:>y and Roh'n B?r'.owitz. Snn-
ciia Ehremeieh. Roncla Kass.
Ragdj Makowsky, and Ruth
Weiss.
* *
Holiday houseguest'ng at the
Miami Beach home of Mr. and
' ^-s. Adolf BlanV will be their
-on. Dr. Harold Blank. h;s wife.
Ruth, and their teen-agers, Ron-
nie 18, and Terry 15, of Great
Neck, LI. .
Another vacationer spending
her school break on Miami
Beach, Senorita Hilda Krajmal-
nik, of Mexico City, will be visit-
ing with cousins, Mr. and Mrs.
Royal Flagg Jonas. Dr. and Mrs.
Stanley Jonas, and the Mortimer
Fines ... A senior at Colegio
Tarbut, similar to the Hebrew-
Academy here, Hilda is an honor
-indent and spea ks four lan-
guages She is the daughter
of Sr. and Sra. Leon Krajmalnik
. Her dad is a Mexico City
industrialist, a B*nai B'rith veep.
and serves as Bonds for Israel
chairman for South and Central
America.
* *
Mayshie Friedberg. popular
Miamian, got the birthday party
treatment on the eve of Chanuka
\>hen the Jewish National Fund
h'ted him on his 85th birthday
^ the Fontainebleau Hotel .
~ back several JNF leaders and
workers who had been missing
from their usual hunts due to
various illnesses Honored
guests included Sam Kagan. Ber-
nard Silver. Sam Schachno, Mrs.
Miriam Press. Mr. and Mrs. Max
Hecht, Mr and Mrs. Harry Ros-
en, Benjamin AppeJ and Joshua
'/.. Stadlan, with a special salute
to Irving Cohen and son Ted.
*
Adding to the happiness of the
Bernard Shape?, of North M
Beach, who are observing the
Bar Mitzvah of son Ande Jerrold
(.:i Saturday morning. Dec. 24, at
Temple Luael, is word received
that PFC Jonas Paul Stein, the
celebrants cousin, who has been
stationed in Germany, will be
here in time for the celebration
. Other important out-of-town
guests due here for the occasion.
which will bj marked at a recep-
tion at the Golden Gate Hotel,
are Ande's maternal grandmoth-
er. Mrs. Jennie Birnbaum, Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney A. Stein and son
Fredric. Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Bernstein and offspring. Mar-
jorie and Robert, all of Great
Neck, N.Y. Also godmother.
Miss Rosaling Birnbaum, of Man-
hattan, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Strauss, of Long Beach.
* *
Another young man who will
be smothered with good wishes
from relatives assembling from
out-of-town for his Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday morning is Stuart
Gary Raymond ... Or Olom will
be the site of the ceremony for
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Raymond, and the Airliner Mo-
tel will serve as the setting for
the reception in his honor .
Here for the occasion will be
great-aunt. Yetta Asch, Marc
Finkelstein, Mr. and Mrs. B.
Wolfson, Mr. and Mrs. S. Her-
zog, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lasky, Mr.
and Mrs. L. Topol, Ellen and
Heidi.
#
Harry and Grace Tavss are
walking on air now that they are
about to become grandparents
for the first time Infantici-
pating are Diane and Allan Tavss.
and Grace is more excited about-
f rove
the prospect of becoming a
grandmother for the first time
than she was about becoming a
met her.
Margaret and Bernard P. Morse,
who were married in June, are
Otl their way back from an ex-
tended Mexican vacation .
The family manse at 1800 Mich
igan Ave. will be bulging soon
with members of the former
Margaret Yemen's family .
Expected for the holiday re-
union arc daughter Wendy and
spouse Lawrence Goldberger, of
Greenbelt, Md., and sister Flor-
ence, backed up by husband Mar-
cus Benay and sons Elliott and
Jeffrey, of Woodmere, L.I. .
The Morses also maintain an
apartment in Manhattan, where
the Morse Typewriter Co. is
based ... A long time Beach
resident, Margaret has been ac-
tive in musical circles here as
piano accompanist, teacher and
choral conductor.

Married in Boston on Dec. 25.
1916, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hirsh-
berg will celebrate the milestone
on Sunday with an open house at;
9016 Garland Ave. The Hirsh- i
bergs, who lived in Worcester, '
Mass., before settling here 10.
years ago, went back last month
to share anniversary festivities
with family still there Mem-
bers of the clan include son Al-
bert and Mrs. Hirshberg, and
their three, Neal, teaching elec-
trical engineering in Haifa, Is-
rael: Jane, attending college in
Washington, D.C.; and youngest,
Debby ... A second son. Mr.
and Mrs. Max Hirshberg, of
Springfield, who have a son of
their own. Jeffrey, attending
Wellesley, and a daughter, Lena
. And the former Helen Hirsh-
berg. now Mn. Barron. and hei
two. of Selwyn, Pa. The sen-
ior Hirshbergs, who belong to
Temple Menorah, are active in I
many community groups, among
them, for him. Zionist Organiza-
tion of Ameria: for her, Hadassah
and Pioneer Women.
Reyna Youngerman, Miami Beach artist, explains the tecr
nique she used in one of her paintings, "Hope," to Nan Coher..
Mri. Youngerman is new exhibitinq in a one-man shew c
the Crystal House Gallery. The display features mixed medi.
hangings and will be on display throuqh December. The due
are shown here at the recent opener.
Dade County MS Volunteers March
Thousands of volunteers, iden-
tifed bv a tas. will be ringine door
bells during the first two weeks in
January in the "March of Hope"
for multiple sclerosis.
The once-a-year campaign is
conducted by the local MS Associa-
tion, and all monies collected in
this area remain here for aid and
service to MS patients in Dade
County.
In conjunction with the cam-
paign, there will be a games party
on Wednesday. Jan. 11, 7:30 p.m.,
at Sky Lake Gardens Recreation
Hall, 17700 Miami Gardens Dr..
No. Miami Beach. Refreshmei.N
will be served.
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Talented Youth
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Advertisements for the milk in-
dustry appearing in publications
throughout South Florida are the
work of talented boys in the 7 to
11 age bracket, who are seeing
their work in print for the first
time.
Among the young admen and
adgirls are Scott Levine 10, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Yale Levin, 10260
SW 12th St.: Lisa Klein 11. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klein.
945 NE 175th St.; Richard Kniffin
10. son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Kniffin. 9730 SW 14th St.: Bryan
Bodner7. son of Mr. and Mrs. Stan-
ley Bodncr. 19511 Gulfstream Rd.:
and Roy Wronker 10, son of Mr.
and Mrs. L. Donald Wronker. 9775
SW loth St.
The ads chosen for publication
by Southeast Florida Dairy Insti-
tute were judged the best of those
submitted in a competition spon-
sored by the Institute.
Rabbi Labovitz
3B Club Specker
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. spirit-
ual leader of Temple Ner Tamid.
addressed the Miami Beach
B'nai B'rith Lodge on Tuesday at
the Di Lido Hotel. Title of his
talk was "Why I Think Every
Person is Important."
Next speaker for the club
meeting on Dee. 27 at the Di Lido
will be Metro Commissioner Alex
Gordon.
Irving Sclialzman. co-chairman
of the Lunchon Club, was hon-
ored by the group recently. Schatz-
man is honorary president am!
treasurer.
Gershon Miller is chairman of
the Luncheon Cluh. and Samuel
Pascoc is president of the Miami
Beach Lodge.
Retired gentleman has S.E.
bedroom apartment to sha^s
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:en years oi service in the pre-school field at the Bureau of
Jewish Education's recent 25th annual dinner at the Diplomat
Hotel Beth David Nursery-Daily Kindergarten meets daily
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to noon, at Beth David's South
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Mrs. William Reiser was hostess
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father and mother's 59th wedding
anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Seigel are
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THE HEADS WENT THATAWAY
Margie and Irving Cowan and Anna Maria
Alberghelti went to the tennis matches to see
the five pros play their very best game. Their
three heads went fhataway watching the tennis
ball. Everyone else's head Went thisaway watch
ing Anna Maria Alberghetti. The Cowans, with
Harry and Iris Mufson and Lloyd Bridges, went
to the Diplomat to see Anna Maria's closing show.
Lloyd is in Miami to make a movie.
MY HUSBAND THE ACTOR
It was a family group that went to the Coco-
nut Grove Playhouse to see "Slow Dance oh the
Killing Ground." In the* party were Mr. and Mrs.
Erwin Stern. Mr. and Mrs. George Kopp, Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Hersh. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Brown,
and Susan Hershdorfer, whose husband Mark
Harris, was one of the three member cast of
the play. Afterward, they went back stage for a
cocktail party.

IT'S THAT TIME AGAIN
The lime has come for Dick and Ruth Sirkin,
with Bobby and Robin, to come to visit the
senior Siikins. Miriam and Milton. They came
from Charlotte for the holiday season and to see
the important addition to the Josh and Carolyn
Sirkin family. The Josh Sirkin-; increased from a
three-person family, which included Caren. to a
five-person family with the arrival of twins Jill
and Scot!. Miriam plans on having the three
older grandchildren for a week. There'll he a wild
time in the Sirkin house.
EXCITING FOR MUSIC LOVERS
At the Greater Miami Philharmonic conceit
in the Dade Auditorium, the piano concert caused
! ..
It was a surprise birthday party for Mrs. Stella Cohen who
celebrated her 70th birthday. Her dauahter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lipkins he's director of the Crystal
House pins a corsage on her dress in honor of the occasion.
The party was held at the Crystal House Restaurant. Guests
included Mrs. Cohen's son, Allen, who flew in from Chicago
for the event. Also at the celebration were the Lipkins' three
children, the Al Seligs, New York, the Sol Brooks, Mrs. Anita
Green. Mrs. Lillian Blumbeig, Mrs. Carrie Silver, and the Ben
Cohens.
a flourish of excitement. The audience was spell-
bound. Among concert-goers were Dr. and Mrs.
Rudolph Drosd. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ackerman,
Herman Binder, Mrs. Joel Belov. Mr. and Mrs.
Emil Gould, Dr. and Mrs. Hyman Ueber, Richard
Pollack. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rosichan, and Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Horowitz.
*
THAT ORANGE BLOSSOM FEELING
Excitement prevails at the Sol and Goldie
Goldstein house. The daughter of the family,
Fran, is being married to Elliott Bernstein on the
28th or January- Many parties have been planned
for the holidays, but some have been given al-
ready. The first was a bridal luncheon at the
Crystal House hosted by Goldie's Canasta Club.
These women, the Mesdames Edward Chase, Irv-
ing Bern. Jerome Jacobi, Maurice Arond, Martin
Lundy, Mason Schwartz, Milton Jacobson. Her-
man Slein. Stanley Colune. and Harold Malamud,
have known I-'ran ever since she was a baby,
which made the party even more meaningful.
The grandmothers loved every minute of the day.
They are Mrs. Clara Denner, Mrs. Jacob Rabino-
witz and Mrs. I,ouis Goldstein.
Anotlu"- luncheon and shower was at the
Algiers Hotel given by Mrs. Sheldon Seidman.
Mis. Joseph Goldberg and Mrs. Jerome Jacobi.
Among guests were all the cousins, including
Shaion Masington. Sandy Duckin. Marilyn Eisen.
Diane Wasserstrom, Roberta Tobach and Alice
Rabinowltz, Fran's maid of honor. Joan Liebman,
and Rosalind Lehiman had a brunch and kitchen
shower at the Eden Roc Hotel. The girls made
adorable place cards of umbrellas filled with
candy.
Frances Lehman
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Luncheon Club
To Hear Address
By Local Rabbi
Cantor Saul Breeh. chairman of
the Miami Beach Zionist District
Luncheon Club, has announced
that guest speaker at the Xational
Hotel on Wednesday, 12:15 p.m..
will be Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz,
past president and founder of the
Brandeis Zionist District, and the
spiritual leader of Temple Men-
orah
Rabbi Abramowitz, who has
made several study tours of Israel.
is a past chairman of the board.
Greater Miami Jewish National
Fund Council, a board member of
the Jewish War Veterans, JWV
Chaplain in this area, a member
of the executive council of the
Rabbinical Assembly, and a past
president of the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami.
Also participalinr n the pro-
gram will be Jacob Fi>hman, hon-
orary' chairman of the Luncheon
Club, and newscaster Dr. Abraham
Wolfson, who will present current
events.
Community singing has also been
planned.
Mrs. Gertrude Solomon (left), president of Hatikvah B'nai
B'lith, admires the knitting of Mrs. Henry Esformes, vice ores-
ident, who has been knitting all year for the Leo N. Lev
Hospital for Arthritics at Hot Sprinas, Ark., as well as for the
Belli fuire Home for Children in Cleveland, O. She has knil
40 pairs of bootees, six sweaters, three scarves, two hat.; and
two afghans.
Triton Tower Building Speeds
Construction on Triton Tower.
Miami Beach's newest oceanfront
rental apartments, is currently a
week ahead of schedule with oc-
cupancy definitely piomised for
Sept. 1, 1967.
The 14-story luxury high-rise is
being developed by a group of
Miami businessmen who together
comprise a total of more than 150
yean of outstanding experience in
the Greater Miami business com-
munity.
Principal members of Triton
Tower Ltd.. developing firm of
the multi-million dollar project,
include Isidore Hccht. Jack Coop
er, Seymour Rubin, Louis Gross
man, George Simon, Lester Gold-
stein and Neal Amdur.
The 562-unit Triton Tower will
shape up as the second largest in-
dividual apartment building in
South Florida upon its completion.
In order to begin construction on
the huge S-shaped structi. t
developers first purchase I an
then demolished three agi
sort hotels plus an oci
mansion once owned by a artn
of N. T. Roney and later used
house the Francis I. DuPoi. Bro
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Friday. December 23. 1966
Cultural Faces
Of Israel Topic
For Panel Talk
Anaual fall membership meet-
ing of the Women's Division. South
Dade Chapter of Technion, high-
lighted "The Cultural Faces of Is-
rael." The Dec. 8 program was
held at Temple Israel.
Panelists included Mrs. Joseph
Yanich, local artist, who heads the !
art departments at Temple Israel
and at the Solomon Schechter
School of Temple Emanu-EI. Her
subject was "Art in Israel."
Also on the panel was pianist
Michele Levin, whose topic was ,
'Music in Israel." Miss Levin
teaches in the music and humani-
zes department of the South Dade
Campus of Miami-Dado Junior Col-
lege. Composer of works for solo
instruments, voice, chamber mus-
ic and symphonies. Miss Levin re-
fived the 1965 composition award
Kb the National Federation of
Music Clubs of America.
Politics and Education in Is-
rael" was the area chosen by
(apt. Leo Gardner for his talk.
Currently director of El Al Air
Lines, Capt. Gardner flew supplies
lo Israel during the war of libera-
tion.
Chairman of the meeting
Mrs. Meyer Brilliant.
*Jewisti fhridRan
Page 7-B
Play Entitled
Verdict is Yours"
Sisterhood of Temple Or Olom
was to hold its monthly meeting
on Thursday. 8:15 p.m.. in the
social hall.
Alis. Gerald Schwartz has co-
ordinated a dramatization of "The
Verdict i^ Yours.' Audience was to
be judge, jury and piosecutor.
Members of the cast are Mes-
lames Lawrence Kaplan. Gerald
.Schwartz. Chick Goodman. Ralph
;'i-C !. Rclirit Hertz, Frank Parker,
Martin Schneidman and Miss Gail
Marantz.
Mrs Albert Solo is Sisterhood
president, and Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man is spiritual leader of the con-
gregation.
was
Child Rescue Fund planning committee ior Lean hotkin. btundniq are iviesctumo; Leah
Pioneer Women Club 1 discusses the luncheon Kimberg. Tillie Rabinowitz. Simon Wilensky,
to be held r>n Jan. 15. Seated ar* Mesdames Esther Garber, Zipporah Weis, and Ruth
Ida Demark Joseph Krantz, Ida Polskv, and Wolfson.
Coffee With Rabbi
Starts 2nd Season
Second season of the education-
al program called "Coffee with
the Rabbi," sponsored by the Beth
Jacob Sisterhood, was slated for
Tuesday. 8 p.m.. in the David
Whitman Social Hall at 311 Wash-
ington Avo.
Rabhi S. T. Swirsky is spiritual
leader of Beth Jacob.
Abbe To Open
Restaurant Here
Abbe's Restaurant. Sandwich
Shop. Cocktail Lounge will have a
stai-studded, celebrity-packed. De-
cember grand opening in Miami
Beach.
The site, formerly Maxims, at
11516 Harding Ave., Surfside. was
transformed by Miami Beach archi-
tect Mel Grossman, to a restaurant
worthy of its name. Concrete walls
were opened up with windows and
treated with small gold Spanish
tile.
tfhe interior is gold, red. and
impagnc, contrasted with rich,
wood, a touch of black, and sea-' Five students were confirmed at a special Chanuka service
green. Even detail was recently at Temple Judea of Coral Gables. They attended the
confirmation class at th* UAHC-Coleman Camp last summer.
Rabbi Morris A. Kipper created and prepared the special
service. First row (left to right) are Gwen Rosen. Judith Yes-
ner, Gail Rosen. Back row (left to right) are Karen Schulner,
Rabbi Kipper, Michele Barkowitz.
Joint Affair
At Sky Lake
Sky Lake Synagogue Congrega-
tion and Sisterhood held a joint
( hanuka celebration on Saturday
at 8:30 in the synagogue.
The evening featured Larry-
Slang and Joe Galane in a pro-
gram of songs and comedy, fol-
lowed by games and refreshments
In charge of the program were
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fine. Nor
man l.iebcrman. Mr. and Mrs. Ash
eri Engelman, Lillian Deutsch,
Rose Kest'n, Daniel P. Tunick, Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Jacobson.
loam
carefully worked out by Bob Fas
.soulis, design engineer for Kurman
Company, Inc. who provided all
the equipment, from a brand new
and very efficient kitchen and bak-
ery, to the dining room and cock-
tail lounge furniture and supplies.
The total transformation cost over
a half million dollars.
Abbe's Restaurant is an elabor-
ate sandwich shop, with breakfast,
lunch, fountain service, dinner
and cocktails from 7 a.m. until 2
a m. daily, and until 3 a.m. on
weekends. The dining room seats
over 200 at one time, and the
cocktail lounge over 75.
It is owned and operated by Ab-
bey Lane, well-known in men's
Narcotics Expert
Due at Luncheon
Inspector Raymond R. Bellinger,
of the Florida State Bureau of
Narcotics Southeast Office, was to
address the I'eshkin Chapter of
Children's Asthma Research Insti-
tute and Hospital at a luncheon
meeting at Al Fortini's Fairway
Restaurant on Thursday, Dec. 15.
Bellinger was to speak on "Ef-
fects of Narcotics" before mem-
bers. The luncheon begins at
11:30 a.m.
Freedom Plans
Member Drive
E. Albert Pallot. International
vice president of B'nai B'rith. will
be principal speaker at the lunch-
eon meeting of Freedom I-odge on
Tuesday noon at the Balmoral
Hotel. '
Topic of his address will be "A
Century of Human Service." He
will officially launch the 197
membership drive for the Lodge.
B'nai B'rith is seeking to recruit
1.000 new members during the
campaign. The organization has for
125 years conducted interfaith ac-
tivities, youth education, aid for
veterans. vocational guidance,
and civic programs.
Twins Garner
Merit Awards
Honey Lou Brooks and Hope Sue
Brooks, identical twins and ninth
graders at John F. Kennedy Jun-
ior High School, have received
merit awards from the Dairy Coun-
cil of South Florida.
The twin daughters of Mr. and
Mrs Bernard W. Brooks. 215o NE
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community the week of Dec. 5
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members of I he Women's Auxiliary
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The Children's Center is a non-
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Friday, December 23, 1965
ESTNER
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
One of 14 children. Esther Gersten, now Mrs. Nathan
II. Spiegelman. was born and brought up in Simsbury.
Conn. Her parents, who had lived in Simsbury for 65 years,
left a magnificent heritage to their children, 13 of whom
are now living. These warm and loving parents believed
passionately in education and re-
ligion. In this family, nine had
college degrees; and there are five
attorneys. They were taught love
for one another, love for their com-
munity, and love for religion.
Esther, the third eldest, had a
keen sense of responsibility. At
an early age, she married a young
man with whom her father did
business. She previously registered
to become a nurse; so when she
exchanged her vow, the next sis-
ter in line, Ann, took her place
and became the nurse. Esther and
her husband arrived in Miami in
1931 with their three-weeks-old
son, Robert. Here, they increased
their family with three more boys.
The years passed! Robert's wife is Shirley, and they
have two children. Next are Max and his wife, Gail, who
have two children, too. Then comes Fred and Guy, who
is still in college at the University of Florida. With four
boys, Esther had no alternative than to be active in Scout-
ing. Even with all this activity, Esther still believes it is
easier to raise boys than girls.
Esther is a friendly, outgoing person. Everything she
does is with vjm and vigor. She has been PTA president
of Southside Elementary School, president of B'nai B'rith
Women of Miami, chairman of the Women's Council of the
Anti-Defamation League, active in the United Fund. Polio,
and has had many offices in her Sisterhood of Beth David,
where she has worked diligently with the Torah Fund and
is now concentrating mightily on the Matilde Schechter
Dormitory for Women.
Esther is not a card-player, she declares; nor is she
athletically-inclined just enough to be able to go to
events with her sports-conscious husband. According to him,
one of her best and clearly-defined hobbies is to "kibbutz,"
which she does very well, very often and very fast. Cur-
rently, she is also taking Hebrew lessons, anu wiule she
feels that she will never become a scholar, she is learning
enough to be able to talk and understand. She thrives on
adult education courses.
Esther followed a pattern set by her parents in the
organization of her own life and her family's honesty
and responsibility. Recently, she and her husband were
honored by Beth David and the State of Israel Bond Organ-
ization. Her husband was given the "Chai" Award, and
Esther was presented the Woman of Valor Award. As the
Bible says, "A woman of valor who can find? For her price
is above rubies." She is Esther Spiegelman.
Paula Leibowitz, Laurence Shuman
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"Jr. and Mrs. Ralph Leibowitz. of
Angeles. Calif., announce the
auement of their daughter,
ila. to Laurence Maxwell Shu
rt. son of Lt. Col. and Mrs.
old Shuman, of 5100 SW 66th
8., So. Miami
Iiss Leibowitz graduated from
University of California at Los
^eles sum ma cum laude.
-he was tapped for Phi Beta
ippa; Mortar Board. National
men's Honorary; Pi Lamba
ta. women's educational hon-
ry; Pi Gamma Mu. national soc-
1 science honor society; and
tenean Alumni, and served on
Alexa Weiss,
Wm. Shockett
Joined in Wedlock
The Doral Country Club was the
setting for the nuptials uniting
Alexa Sara, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Weiss, 5815 Alton Rd.,
and William Edward Shockett on
Sunday evening, Dec. 18. The
bridegroom is the son of Mrs.
Mollye Shockett. Seacoast Towers,
and the late Harry Shockett, of
Baltimore, Md.
Rabbi Leon Kronlsh performed
the ceremony which was followed
by a reception and formal dinner
at the club. Color scheme was car-
ried out in pink, silver and white,
with table centerpieces of silver
and crystal with pink tulips and
white lilacs.
Given in marriage by her fath-
er, the bride wore a cage of ivory
French tulle appliqued with alen-
con lace and scattered with bugle
beads. She carried a cascade of
white lilacs and tulips.
Her sister, Mrs. Neil Harris,
served as matron of honor. Among
bridesmaids was Mrs. Fred Singer,
the groom's sister, Cydney Aron-
son, Ann Weiss, Mrs. Michael Male
and Mrs. Thomas Brandeis. Debra
and Marcia Singer served as flow-
er girls.
Best man was Fred Singer, and
ushers included Richard Eiserman,
Michael Herron, Dr. Bernard Har-
ris, George Weiss, Mitchell Aron-
son, Philip Berk and Richard
Singer.
New Mrs. Shockett attended
Miami Beach High and the I'm
i'ilklngion
MRS. WILLIAM SHOCKETT
versity of Boston, and has a degree
from the University of Miami. Her
father is president of the Miami
Beach Federal Savings and Loan
Association.
Currently practising law in Mi-
ami Beach, the bridegroom is a
graduate of Miami Beach High,
attended the University of Florida
and earned a BA and I.I.I? at the
Universitv of Miami.
On their return from a honey-
moon in Puerto Rico and the Vir-
gin Islands, Mr. Shockett and his
bride will live in Miami.
Rochelle Kornick*
Jack Tendrich
Exchange Vows
On their return from a .<
} trip to New Orleans, new Mr
Mrs. Jack H. Tendrich plan to live
in Coral Cables. The former R
chelle Vicki Kornicks became Mrs
I Tendrich in a ceremony conducted
l by Rabbi Saul Landau on Sur.daj
Dec. 18. at Beth David S\ i ,
Parents of the newlyw, i-
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kornicks
SW 24th Ter., ar.d Mr. and M -
i Isadore Tendrich, 1755 SW 21
i Ave.
Joann Kornicks served as
sister's maid of honor, and the
bridegroom's brother. Hows
Tendrich. was best man.
A graduate of Miami Seni u
i High, the bride also attended Mi
ami-Dade Junior College Her
' bridegroom is a graduate of ti^
University of Miami and be! n V
to Tau Epsilon Phi and Phi Kappa
Epsilon Fraternities, and the Ma-
sons. His military service was com-
I pleted in air rescue.
Werner Kahn
MRS. HARRIS GUBERNICK
the UCLA rally committee for four
years.
The future bridegroom is a grad-i
uate of Melbourne High School.
Melbourne. Fla.. and graduated
from University of Miami School
of Business. He is a member of
Alpha Phi Omega, national service
fraternity. He was associated with
the Humble Oil Co. in Los Angeles,!
and is now at Officers Candidate I
School, Ft. Lee. Va.
The wedding will take place July
15, in Los Angeles. The betrothed
couple will hrp feted at a cocktail \
party on Dec. 26.
Party Dancers
At Masquerade
Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary.
Jewish War Veterans, sponsor-
ed a Chanuka masquerade party
on Tuesday, 8:30 p.m.. at the
Knights of Pythian Hall, 4601 W.
Flagler St.
Entertainment featured the
Friendly Folk Dancers, who of-
fered a program of Israeli and in-
ternational dances
Gail Lazarus
A Saturday Bride
A late evening ceremony con-
ducted by Rabbi Sol Landau
united the former Gail Frances
Lazarus and Harris Joel Gubernick
on Saturday, Dec. 17, at the Al-
giers Hotel.
The bride is the daughter of
Frank M. Lazarus, 2I5u am 16uj|
St., and the late Freda Lazarus.,
Her sister, Mrs. Marshall Pepper.'
served as her matron of honor.
Other attendants were Mrs. Alfred
Rosen. Linda Cohn. Arlene Silver,
and Cathy Pepper, flower girl.
A graduate of Miami Senior I
High, new Mrs. Gurerni'-1-- attenH-
ed the University of Miami and
Jackson Memorial Hospital School
of Cytotechnology.
The bridegroom had his bioth-
er, Barry Gubernick. as best man.
They are the sons oi Mis. Ethel
Gubernick, 4 S. Shore Dr.. and the
late Benjamin Gubernick. Also a
graduate of Miami Senior High, he'
attended .Miami Dade Junior Col-
lege and the University of Miami, j
His fraternity i. Sigma Lambda'
Phi.
Serving as ushers were Dr. Mar-
shall Pepper, Dr. Stephen Lazarus, I
Alfred Rosen. Mike Robkin. Me!
vin Schoychild. George Goldstein.
MRS. JACK TENDRICH
Bonnie Herman
Is Affianced
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Herman
announce the engagement of their
daughter. Bonnie Louise, to Vin-
cent E. Osborne. son of Lt Col
and Mrs. Vincent Osborne. of
Tampa.
and Marshall Pepper Jr.,
bearer.
Ihe couple v. ill live in B
on their return from a boneyi
in Jamaica.
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Friday, December 23, 1966
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lyfOUNT Sinai Hospital held its
" sixth annual Jubilee Ball on
Saturday night at the Diplomat
Hotel in Hollywood. Chairman of
the formal event was Robert Z.
Greene. For the occasion, Mrs.
Greene, serving as co-chairman
with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fried-
land, chose a white lace with a
modified Aline silhouette. Crys-
tal teardrops were scattered over
the gown and three-quarter brace-
let-length sleeves. Mrs. Fried-
land's gown was black cut-velvet
on midnight blue and was de-
tailed witfi iridescent black se-
quins.
Mrs. A. J. Harris chose a bur-
gandy red silk chiffon with
matching colored crystal drops
banded at the empire line. Pan-
niers of chiffon went to the hem-
line. Mrs. Richard Stone bought
her white silk organza in Spain.
It was in the tent silhouette over
figure-molding white satin, and
had gold and silver sequins in
o\erlapped coin dot patterns over
the entire sleeveless gown.
* *
CROSTED pink was the color
choice of Mrs. Martin Sand-
ier. Her modified Aline skirt had
a deep inverted pleat in front
which was detailed with bows.
Mrs. Leo Chaikin wore a Goya
red silk chiffon from Paris
draped slightly over one shoul
der and cut so that it could be
worn draped around in the Gre-
cian motif, or the unusually de-
signed panel could fall free.
Miss Nettie Price chose a white
sequir.ed sheath for the evening.
Gold mesh over white chiffon
with heavily jewel encrusted
sleeves was worn by Mrs. Aaron
Kravitz. Her full-length brocad-
ed coat was sleeveless. Ice blue
and silver combined in the gown
Mrs. Aaron Farr wore. Her bro-
cade sheath featured a high neck-
line in front which dipped low-
in back. Mrs. Sidney Ansin was
in powder blue chiffon with an
empire beaded bodice and short |
beaded sleeves. A white silk en-
semble was worn by Mrs. Samuel'
Gertner. Her decollete black bod- j
ice was jet beaded. White silk j
was also the choice of Mrs. Sam-'
uel Racoff.
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lulRS. Richard Fink was strik-
"" :ng in her white cut velvet
ensemble. Her long-sleeved jack-
et featured the modified cut-
away silhouette and white ostrich
feathers at the high neckline.
The figure molding sheath was
designed with a decollete neck-
line. Mrs. Samuel Pollock's white
chiffon ensemble featured a full-
length sleeveless coat over a long-
sleeved gown. Miniature crystal
beads were embroidered over
both the coat and dress. Ice blue
chantilly lace was seen on Mrs
Herbert Schwartz. Mrs. James
Dworkin's pink and white ensem-
ble had a court train flare on the
skirt of her gown, and white mink
cuffs on her jacket.
The Adrian Thais were cele-
brating their 40th wedding anni-
versary, and Mrs. Thai chose a
sequincd black chantilly lace
with a bateau neckline and trum-
pet flared skirt. Their daughter,
Mrs. Lynn Jacobs, flew in-town
for the one day to help them
celebrate, and her white satin
gown had a decollete, empire
bodice. Mrs. Morris Broad's red
chiffon featured a cris-crossed
neckline and was embroidered
with satin lined silver bugle
beads. Mrs. Roy Weissel's black
and white peau de soie had the
sweetheart neckline.
lu|RS. David Rich had gold and
"" crystals encrusted on the
bodice of her beige silk and wor-!
sted gown. A white silk worsted
ensemble was worn by Mrs. Her-
bert Tobin. Gold and black bands!
in an Oriental moi.f trimmed her j
three-quarter-length sleeved jack-
et and were repeated on the hem-
line of her skirt. Mrs. Robert
Koeppcl wore a muted olive and |
white double breasted brocade
coat over a silver sheath.
Wife of University of Miami's
president, Mrs. Henry King Stan-
ford, chose a pink satin gown
for the ball. Her bodice was em-
broidered with gold lame. Mrs.
Paul Faske's black gown was in
the French metallic bee. Mrs.
Joseph Upton's white satin fea-
tured crystals embroidered in
sunburst motifs. A shocking pink
jewel encrusted satin ensemble
was worn by Mrs. Baron de
Hirsch Meyer,
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MRS. DONALD MESSIER
Donald Messiers
Tour Florida
The Club House was the setting
for the nuptials uniting Lorraine
Rita, daughter of Louis Cohen, 755
83rd St., and Donald Victor Mes-
sier on Sunday, Dec. 18. Rabbi
Marius Ronson performed the 6
p.m. ceremony, which was follow-
ed by a reception.
Wearing a floor-length gown cf
chantilly lace with a chapel train,
the bride had Constance Messier
as maid of honor. Joseph Lianzo
served as the bridegroom's best
man. with Ellis Cohen and Paul
Messier as ushers.
Son of Mrs. Heien Messier, 6670
NU 32nd St.. Hollywood. Fla.. and
the late Charles Messier, the
groom, now a programmer with
Lowry of Florida, is a graduate of
McArthur High and Broward Jun-
ior College.
New Mrs. Messier is also a
graduate of McArthur High and at-
tended Broward Junior College.
She is a member of Student Na-
tional Education Association.
Now touring Florida, the couple
will live at 110 Sidonia Ave.
Nathan Josephs
On Skiing Trip
For her wedding to Nathan M.
Joseph on Sunday evening, Dec
18, Ixiis Ann Schiff wore a bridal
gown of white satin trimmed with
seed pearls and imported lace, and
carried white roses. Dr. Max A.
Lipschitz was the officiating rabni
for the ceremony held at Beth
Torah Congregation, where a re-
ception followed.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David
II. Schiff. 19231 NW 5th PL, new
Mrs. Joseph is a graduate of Miami
Norland Senior High, and attended
Miami-Dade Junior College, where
she served as president of Kappa
Delta Chi Sorority. She is now
a stewardess with Northwest
Orient Airlines.
The bridegroom, in the restau-
rant business, attended Miami
Beach Senior High and the Univer-
sity of Miami. He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Joseph, 1200 West
Ave. Serving as his best man was
Lewis Joseph. Robert Werner,
Michael Goldfine and Eddie Schiff
ushered.
Bridal attendants were Jill Bar-
ton, maid of honor. Barbara Shoup
j and Cecily Johnston, bridesmaids.
Now honeymooning at the Lat-
', sen Ski Resort in Minnesota, new
address for the couple will be 4530
W. 38th St., St. Louis Park. Minn.
Werner K:ihn
MRS. NATHAN JOSEPH
Jay Hershoffs
Wed in Hotel Rites
The former Roberta Sue Revitz
exchanged marriage vows with Jay
Adrian Hershoff on Sunday, Dec.
18. at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Revitz. 12020 SW 63rd Ave., the
bride attended College du Leman
at Versoix, Switzerland, and is now
majoring in elementary education
at the University of Miami.
The bridegroom attended Vil-
lanova University in Pennsylvania,
and is now a student at the Uni-
versity of Miami Law School,
where he is vice president of Bar
and Gavel. He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Manuel Hershoff, of
Broomall. Pa.
Following a honeymoon in Ja-
maica. Mr. Hershoff and his bride
will live at 6709 N. Kendall Dr.
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After School
Puppet Show
Central Beach Elementary PTA
sponsored Bill and Jero's Pup-
pet Show on Friday. 3:15 p.m., at
the school auditorium. Mrs. Morton
Kaplan served as chairman.
The Puppet Variety featured
all sorts of character figures: ani-
mals, musicians and storybook
personalities.
PTA president is Mrs Theodore
Trushin. and principal is l.eroy D.
Fienberg.
Boston U. Alums
Plan Marriage
Dr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer,
2470 SW 24th St.. announce "the
engagement of their daughter.
Arna Ellen, to Alan Neil Mickel-
son. son of Mr. and Mrs. Squire
Mickelson. of Syracuse. N. Y.
The bride-to-be graduated Irom
Boston University. She will re-
ceive a Master's degree from Syra-
cuse University in January, and
plans to teach in the Syracuse
school system.
Her fiance graduated from Bos-
ton University and is employed at
the WSYR Television Studio in Sy-
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Friday. December 23. 19GG
Rabbi's Daughter
Prospective Bride
A wedding in April is planned
for Rebecca Rozencwaig and Sid
ney Shapiro whose engagtawfrt ie
announced by the flit tire bride's
parents. Rabbi and Mrs. Dow Roz-
encwaig. 840 16th St.
The prospective bridegroom is
the son of Rev. and Mrs. Joseph
Shapiro. 929 Meridian Ave. A his-
tory and government major at the
University of Miami, where he
earned a BA degree, he is em-
iloyed as a Dade County probation
ifficer.
His fiancee attended Miami-Dade
Junior College and is presently cm-
ployed at the Washington Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Association
of Miami Beach.
MRS. SHELBY EREEDIAND
Sharon Lerner
Weds on Beach
Fontaineblcau Hold was the set-
ting for nuptials uniting Sharon.
Blighter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Lerner, 17141 ME 5th Ave.. and
Shelby D. Freeland, 13325 NE 6th
/ ve The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Freediand, 2225
S.'. 21st Ter.
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber officiated
a' the late evening ceremony held
Saturday, Dec. 17. For the wed-
: ng, I lie bride chose a gown of
i-.au de soifi with an A-line empire
waist, circled with lace and e.n-
! roidered pearls, from which the
train extended.
Carole Lerner served as her sif-
ter's maid of honor, with Charlene
Ceopej, Sandra Goldsmith and
\iis. l.ila Solowitz as bridesmaids.
and Linda and Laura Kotkin. flow-
< girls
Best man to the bridegroom was
S dney Kotkin. and ushers included
." d Gersh. Manny Palagon and Ira
F.ubenstein.
New Mrs. Freediand is a gradu-
ate of North Miami Senior High
:. id 1ft. Sinai School of Radiologi-
cal Technology Her sorority is
S gnu Alpha Beta. Her husband
graduated from Miami High and
ii ;i master mason.
On their return from a trip
through centra] Florida, the newly-
v eds will live in N. Miami.
Miss Cohen Wed
To Allan Feller
The former Judith Ann Cohn.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
>;. Cohn. Woodlands Rd.. Harrison.1
\. Y.. became the bride of Allan I
B. Feller on Sunday, Dec. 4. The
bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Ir-,
ving Aronberg. of Brooklyn, and:
, George Feller, of Miami.
The ceremony was performed by
Rabbi Lawrence Schwartz. Rabbi
i Richard Sternberger and Cantor
Raymond Smolover at the Jewish
Community Center of White
Plains. A reception followed.
Given in marriage by her father.
the bride selected an empire gown
of ivory peau de soie trimmed
with alencon lace-appliqued net for
Lthe ceremony. It was styled with
a matching train which began at
the shoulders as a cape, and was
completed with a short tulle veil i
held by lace flowers. She carried a j
small family Bible with a cascade
of orchids, stephanotis and ivy.
Honor attendants were Mrs.
Phillip Brooks, Miss Judith Barth-
olomew and Miss Sharon Shefter. |
Carol Weinberg. Barbara Nuss-1
baum and Barbara Hellin served
as bridesmaids.
James Jay Cohn was his broth-
er's best man. and there were ten
ushers.
New Mrs. Feller, who attended
the University of Georgia, and
graduated from the Laboratory In-
stitute of Fashion Merchandising.
is associate fashion coordinator for
Independent Retailers Syndicate of
New York City.
Her bridegroom is a graduate of
the University of Miami, and is
regional sales manager for Stacey
Fabrics Corp.. New York City.
Hunoi Studio
MISS REBECCA ROZENCWAIG
Sara Robinson
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Robin
son. 255 SW 51st Ave. announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Sara Ronny. to Lowell II. Rifas. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Hyland Rifas. 1429
Blue Rd.. Coral Gables.
Pioneer Women To Meet Monday
A musical program will high- Gurion," and Mrs. Regina Balin
light the Monday evening meeting j and Abe Rappaport will offer vo-
Pioneer Women at Washington cal duets.
Federal, 12.4 Washington Ave. President is Mrs. Judas Rubin-
F.li/cr Lasavin will talk on "Ben- stein.
Students Inspire
Beth Sholom Talk,
'Campus Morality*
"Morality on Campus What
College Students and Parents are
Saying and Not Saying to Each
Other." will be the subject of a
discussion led by Leonard Zion.
associate dean of student affairs.
Brandeis University, at a break-
fast hosted by the Brotherhood of
Temple Beth Sholom on Sunday,
10:30 a.m., in the temple audi-
torium.
Dean Zion has been on the staff
of Brandeis since 1962 and has
been active in Ilillel Foundation
work. He received his BA from
Yeshiva University in 1946, and
a Master's degree in Hebrew let-
ters from Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion, in
1952.
James S. Knopke, president of
the Brotherhood, has announced
that the high school and college
youth of the community will be
guests at the breakfast. Walter
Lcbowitz, chairman of Brother-
hood youth activities, and Aaron
Farr, program chairman, are
planning the function, together
with Marsha Steiner, president of
the Temple Youth Group.
Beth Torah
Installs Students
On Saturday
Officers and board of directors
of the student congregation of the
Beth Torah Religious School
were installed during services on
Saturday morning, with corres-
ponding officers of the senior
adult congregation inducting his |
counterpart.
Members of the congregation
conducted the services, chanted
part of the liturgy, read the Torah
and deliver the sermonette. Act-
ing as rabbis were Jason KatZ,
Sheldon Engler and Mark Green
span.
The Kiddush was sponsored
by Dr. and Mrs. Morton Reiss in
honor of their daughter. Erica,
who serves as president of the
congregation together with Allen
Bernstein.
Officers of the congregation are
Erica Reiss and Allen Bernstein,
co-presidents; Renee Sherman, ex-
ecutive vice president; Barbra Leh-
man, chairman ways and means;
Mara Niedenthal and Michael
Newman, co-program vice pres-
idents; Sheryl Kartzmar, treasur-
er; Abby Schreiber. secretary; Jas-
on Katz, rabbi; Glenn Sneider,
Marc Levy, Richard Miller. Richard
Breger and Mark Goldstein, sham-
ashes; Larry Bookman, cantor;
Jeffrey Kirshenbaum. gabhi.
Serving as hostesses are Miriam
Weisberg, Ellen Breslow, Amy
Hirschberg, Mindy Abrams and
Michelle Greene.
Board of directors are Allyson
Breger, Stewart Newman. Mindy
Fleissig, Ronald Schonwetter. Lyle
Ecoff, Alan Shuminer. Michele
Blechman. Karen Frankel. Robert
Pathman. Gary Barg, Leslie Bern-
stein. Susan Raffel. Susan Katz- j
man, Benjamin Koffler, Joel Mor-
ris, Steven Isicoff, Michael Gross,
Mitchell Halbrich, Barry Schon- j
wetter, Alan Mitchell, Jeff Siesser,
Jeff Corak, Claudia Lester, Evan J
Marbin, Richard Lavin, Shep Ellis, I
Joyce Goldstein, Cheryl Avins. |
Susan Hoffman, Mark Lipof, David j
Tennenbaum, Robert Stein, Ellen I
Schimek and Ellen Chasin.
Mrs. Nathan H. Wadler, of
Forest Hills, N.Y., has been
reelected president of the
Women's Branch of the Un-
ion of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations of America. Mrs.
Wadler, an educator, writer
and civic leader, was re-
elected to the post at the or-
ganization's national bien-
nial convention in Washing-
ton, D.C., where an onnual
Mrs. L"ndon B. Johnson
Scholarshio proaram was es-
tablished for sr>cial study of
the problems of poverty.
Candlelit Tables for Musicale
Musical evening planned by the
David Pinski Culture Club for Fri-
day evening, at 842 Washington
Ave., will include refreshments
served at candlelit tables. Abra-
ham Filosof is chairman of the 8
p.m. function.
Asthma Course
Ends Sessions
At Miami Y"
The special rehabilitation pre
gram for asthmatic children con
ducted by the YM and WHA o?
Greater Miami has successful!)
concluded its first 12-week session
reports Mrs. Stanley C. Myers,
chairman of the program.
All the youngsters have shown
marked improvement in several
areas of the program, the most
important factor being diaphrag-
matic breathing. The children have
increased their "length of expira-
tion," which is vital in this type
of breathing, she explained. The
length has been increased from five
to 15 seconds on each child since
beginning the "Y's" asthmatic re-
habilitation clases
The next class for new children
in this program will begin in Janu-
ary'- Classes are held on Sunday
afternoon from 2 to 3 p.m.. at the
YM and WHA of Greater Miami.
8500 SW 8th St.
In charge of information is A!
Tudor, director of health and phys-
ical education.
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Chanuka Meet
At Menorah
Chanuka was celebrated in Tem-
ple Menorah by the Religious
School student body at an assem-
bly last week.
Gimel Class of the Hebrew
School presented the play. "Free-
dom Hall." Parents of Menorah
distributed Chanuka gifts and
refreshments.
Participating in the program,
trained by Mrs. Nathan Robino-
witz, were Mark Cohen, Enrique
Ginzburg, Carol Unger, Rebecca
Ba/.yler, Ana Terner, Florence
Pozo, Ira Lelchtik, Roxana Sobie,
Alex Berenthal, Esther Syger,
Larry Yore, Joni Weinstock, Ab-
ram Berens, Tracy Michell, Leslie
Robbins. Cheryie Zuckerman.



Go-Go Show For
New Year's Eve
The New Year's Eve dance at
Congregation B'nai Raphael on
Saturday night, Dec. 31, will fea-
ture a band, go-go show and a
midnight supper.
In charge of table reservations
are Hy Ruben and Eddie Goldberg.


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Solomon Alters to be Honored at Chabad
Silver Anniversary Dinner Here on Jan. 22
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Alter,
Miami Beach religious leaders,
will be honored at the silver anni-
versary Chabad dinner at the
Dcauville Hotel Jan. 22, marking
the 25th anniversary" of the Lima
vitch movement's education and
cultural activities in the United
States.
The Alters this week became
fni.....i'i.-> u* v iin.,1 ii.ui ioin:i, lo-
cated near Deland, Fla., and sup
ported by Merkos L'Inyonei Chin-
nch, Chabad's educational arm.
Alter, a member of the exec-
utive committee of Merkos in
Florida, served for several years
as vice president and treasurer
of Beth Tifilah Congregation in
Miami Beach. He is life member
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Home for the Aged and active
in numerous other communal
organizations.
He is also vice president of the
Lubavltclter Minyan Synagogue,
800 Washington Ave., initiated
three yean ago by Chabad. Mrs.
Alter, now recovering from Illness
:n Atlanta, has participated with
her husband in his civic endeavors
since the couple moved here after
World War II.
Norman Ciment, general chair-
man of the silver anniversary ban
quet, announced a special dinner
committee meeting will be held
Monday, Dec. 26. 7:30 p.m., at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Sydney Le-
vine. 4322 Nautilus Dr., Miami
Beach.
Councilman Joseph Malek and
Michael Masin, co-chairmen, will
report on progress for the $36-a
couple function, largest activity
ever staged by I lie l.ubavitch or-
ganization in the South
Ciment said that several leaders.
)f the (Jreater Miami Jewish com-
munity, including Mr. and Mrs
Alter, will be officially designated
as "C'hasanim of Torah"' at the
dinner.
"Since the banquet actually
will mark the significant 25th
anniversary of Chabad in this
country, it is most appropriate
that we honor 'Chasanim of Tor-
h' the bridegrooms of Torah
at this time."
Others who will take part in
Monday's plenary session include
Rabbi Abraham Korf, regional di-
rector of Merkos; Morton Mayberg,
president of Camp Gan Israel;
Murray and Harry Rosenberg, co-
chairmen of the Merkos Hebrew
Free Loan Society; Sam Schaclmo,
treasurer of Merkos; Mr. and Mis.
Abe Dlatt. Judge Eugene Weiss,
Isidor II. Kramer, Jacob Schactcr.
and Gerald Schwartz.
Ciment noted that the Jan. 22
banquet will launch a year-long
celebration throughout the nation
of Chabad s silver anniversary. It
was in January, 1042, following the
Nazi invasion of Hussia. that lead-
iis of Hi.' Lubavitch movement ar-
rived in the United States to open
Hie world-wide headquarters here
(ii Merkos.
Installation of officers and members nf the
Ncrlh Dade Chapter, Women's Division, Amer-
ican Society for Technion, tcok place on the
first day of Chanuka, at the home of Mrs.
Larry Zeisel. Standina (left to right) are Mrs.
Seymour Lechtenfeld, Mrs. Larry Zeisel, Mrs.
Maury Blcch, Mrs. Buddy Freedland, Mrs.
Bernard Cohn, Mrs. Betty Kantor, Mrs. Joseph
Feldman. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Roge.
Goldberg, Mr=. Henry Diamond, presiden
Mrs. Trudy Hamerschicg, national membe:
ship vice president, Mrs. Larry Wolf. Mrs
Hamerschiag was installing officer.
Judge Atkins
On NCCJ Board
Federal Judge C. Clyde Atkins,
of Coral Gables, has been elected
to the national board of trustees
ol the National Conference of
Christians and Jews. Judge Atkins
will continue to serve as co-chair-
man of the Florida Region of the
NCCJ
Reelected to the national hoard
for 1967 were former I nited States
Sen. Harry I'. Cain, of Bay Harbor
Islands, and John N. Serbin, of
Miami Beach.
Richard F. Wolfson and Wil-
liam C. Gaither will serve with
Judge Atkins as co-chairmen of
the Florida region.
I'lans are being formulated for
Miami Beach again t" be Hie site
of the national kickoff nf Brother-
hood Week, with a major dinner
to be held Feb. 21 at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel. The NCCJ has spon-
sored Brotherhood Week through-
out the United States for more than
30 years.
Announcement of the election
of Judge Atkins and the reelection
of Sen. Cain and Serbin was made
by Dr. Sterling \V. Brown, of New
York. National NCCJ president.
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Israel College
Alum Brunch
Some 100 students from univer-
sities throughout the country are
expected at the Temple Israel col-
lege alumni brunch on Tuesday
at 11 a.m.
Dr. Joseph Narot will lead a dis-
cussion on the subject. "Is God
Really Dead?" A film. "Anyone
Around My Base is It." will be
shown.
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Cantor Engel At
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Cantor Meyer Engel haj been
appointed to a three year term as
cantor of Jacob C. Cohen Com-
munity Synagogue.
Jacob C. Cohen, president, an-
nounced Wednesday that Cantor
Engel comes from Ramat Gan, Is-
rael.
The Cantor is a survivor of So-
viet labor camps. He is a native
Hungarian, and in addition to ren-
dering the musical liturgy is, him-
self, a noted composer.
He served as cantor in Ramat
Gan after the conclusion of World
War II, and arrived recently in'
the United States.
Cantor Engel occupied the
pulpit on the Sabbath of Chanuka
last Saturday night, and will offi-
ciate each Friday night and Sat-
urday throughout the year fol-
lowing.
Rabbi Tibor II. Stern, spiritual
leader of Jacob C. Cohen Com-
munity Synagogue, spoke on
"Light Vs. Darkness."
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Dinner Dance
Takes Spotlight
Annual dinner dance of the Mi
ami Chapter, National Children's
Cardiac Hospital, will be held on
Sunday, starting at 7 p.m., in the
Cafe I-e Can Can of the Carillon
Hotel.
Reservations for the affair,
which Will include a complete din-
ner and entertainment, can be
made with Mrs. Al Getzoff, or
Mrs. Louis Wolfe, chairmen.
Proceeds will be used for the
benefit of indigent children in the
clinic and the hospital.
Phone Exchange Dedicated Here
An historic marker, commemo-
rating the first telephone exchange
in Miami, was dedicated last week
in ceremonies at the Gulfstream
Room of Bayfront Park Auditor-
ium. The program was sponsored
by the Historical Association of
Southern Florida.
Mrs. Leonard Muller. of 3672
Royal Palm Ave.. granddaughter
ol Alexander Graham Bell, was
keynote speaker at the dedica-
tion. Others on the program were
local residents associated with the
beginnings of the telephone sys-
tem in Miami.
The ceremonies featured a Gay
Nineties flair, with employees of
Southern Bell Telephone Co. in
costumes of the period acting as
guides. A costumed barbershop
quartet, the Bell Ringers, added
a nostalgic note with .songs from
the late '90s.
Officiating at the ceremonies
was Gaylord Leland Price, chair-
man of the Association's historic!
-iti > and markers committee I
Charlton W. Tebeau, associati
president, introduced Mrs Mull.
The marker was presented to Mis.
Norma Shegogue. president of Vic-
tor T. Pov.e Council. Telcphoi e
Pioneers of America. Making the
acceptance speech was Lawrence
B. Sheffey. Soul hern Bell vice
president for South Florida.
The cast aluminum marker is
single-faced with gold lette i
againsl a dark background. It w ll
be permanently placed on a buil
Ing at 36 NTS 2nd St occupied by
Southern Bell.
High Cost of Living
The hivh cost of living u -
discussed by Matthew M. Slepin I
a regular meeting of the Great r
Miami Men's Chapter of tl S
American ORT Federation on I><
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Friday, December 23, 1966
Hisfadrut Campaign for Million-Dollar
Bamleh, Israel Schco! Nears $650,009
Plans for a community-wide din-
r thi t Miami "
. !, Schco! in H
I, on Suncfaj ev nng, Jan. 29.
hi Hotel were
.I (his week at : -
the with
F .1 i ounc'l (bi Medical Serv-
; i Vocat'oaal Traini
I.
b Ri In, chairman of the
cil, will serve .* general
chairman for the d'nner, accord-
ing to Rabbi I.'.cn Kionish, honor-
haiiman of the Isiael liista-
dii't Commuter and its Business
and Professional Council. R fkin
is a founder of the new campuses
of Hebrew University and the
Technion.
Rifkin announced at the board
meeting that Hisiaarut in Israel
already has allocated $500,000
for the construction of the new
school in Ramloh. which will
train 8O0 Israeli youngsters for
three years in the most modern
technological skills. A national
leader for Israel Bonds and the
United Jewish Appeal, Rifkin
holds top leadership posts here
and in Wilkes Barre, Pa.
In Greater Miami, Rabbi Kron-
ish asserted, almost one-third 01 a
matching S500.000 already has
Sky Lake
Names Laufer
'Man of Year1
Irving Laufer was honored by
Sky Lake Synagogue as "Man of
the Year*' at a soec;al ceremony
Dec. 9 during
the Ones Shab-
bat service.
Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan, spir-
itual leader of
t h c congrega-
tion, in paying
tribute to Lauf-
v, said that
' .here are two
tea 11 o n a
for the Man of
1 h i- Y e a i '
I. 0 n e is trv'ni laufer
devotion to th- i.'pais represented
by the synagogue.
"The other is willingness to sac-
Crifice tc: ilie Suppon ,,..j inotn-
1enar.ee of th; >yr.agogue.
"In line with these two qualifi-
cations, Laufer rich'.y merited this
coveted award."
Presentation was made by Dan-
iel P. Tunick, president of the con-
gregation.
K\ n raised. The "Araal' school is*
s'al d for completion in the sum-
mer of 1967, with a South Florida
(delegation scheduled to travel to
Isiael for the dedication ceremon-
ies.
Scmng with Rilkin on th? din-
ner committee will h? Mrs. Anna
Brrnner Meyers, honorary chair-
man; Jm ; s ii >,(,, coMChaiimanj
Morris Newmark, tr-asurcr; and
Sam I.achman, secretary.
Among other leaders taking part
in th? plenary session were Mich-
ael Sossin, vice president of the
Bos'ness and Piofessional Coun-
cil. Mrs. Philip Thau. Joseph Ash.
Joseph E. Jacobson. Sam Feinstein,
Mrs. Trudy Hammerschlag: Mrs.
Newmark, Bernard Katz. Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Rovinsky. Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Zitner, and Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Nash.
"With Israel's greatest need to-
' day other than its military de-
fense increased educational fa-1
cilities, I am proud to accept the
chairmanship for this vital con-
tiihution by Greater Miami Jewry]
to the State," Rifkin said.
He noted that with Israel pro-
viding free elementary school
education, through the eighth
grade, and its institutions of i
h'gher learning expanding rap-
idly at the college and univer-
sity level, there is growing |
gap in high schools, particularly
technical schools."
Other members of the board of
the Business and Professional
Council which raised the funds!
for the Greater Miami Medical
Center in Beersheba include
Joseph Cohen, Marvin Cooper,
Morris Cooper, Mrs. Saul Cooper,
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Abraham
Grunhut, Mrs. Kate Meidenberg,
Max Rosen and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin.
Moshe Berman is executive di-
rector of the Council, with head-
quarters in the Histadrut office,
Jne Lincoln Road Bldg.
Principals in welcoming reception for Zeev
Boneh, Israel's recently-appointed consul gen-
eral for the Southeastern United States, talk
over progress of Greater Miami "Amal" Trade
School at Ramleh, Israel. Meeting was spon-
sored by the South Florida Business and Pro-
fessional Council for the Israel H'stadrut cam-
paion, sDonsors of the vocational school.
Shown (left to right) are Consul General Bcneh;
Jaccb Rifkin, chairman of the Council; Israel
Stolarsky, national associate director of His-
tadrut; lack S. Popick, co-chairman; Scmuel
Zifner, founder of the school; Rabbi Leon
Kronish, honorary chairman; and Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers, honorary chairman.
Standards Set for Schools
Shopping Center
To be Completed
Completion of a shopping center
with four stores at 15th and Alton
Rd., Miami Beach, will be in late
January.
The 9.000 sq. ft. area is owned
by Sol Frankel and Joe Nevel, was
designed by architect Al Mendel,
and is being built by the David
M. Abel Construction Co.
Frankel and Nevel also own the
Pershing Auto Leasing Company,
and Frankel is executive vice pres-
ident of the Bay Harbor Theater.
The shopping center has leases
with 7-11 Food Stores and 6f>
Minute Cleaners.
Accreditation of Jewish schools
whose qualifications meet stand-
ards set up by the Bureau of Jew-
.sh Education will take place in
the early part of January, 1967.
according to Albert E. Ossip,
Bureau president.
Letters are going out to schools
which have been approved for ac-
creditation, requesting a statement
of acceptance, which includes a
pledge to maintain standards and
to improve upon them for the com-
ing year. Certificate of Accredita-
tion will be issued to qualifying
schools for a term of two years,
expiring on July 1. 1968. and will
be subject to annual review.
The Bureau's accreditation plan
was initiated two years ago with
the study of qualifications of
Jewish schools, based on a check-
list of school functions, admin-
istration, budget, curriculum,
standards, teachers supervision,
and physical facilities. The ob-
jectives of the accreditation plan
are to attempt to encourage qual-
ity instruction and to seek fur-
ther improvement of school
standards throughout the Jewish
schools of Greater Miami.
The plan has been subject to
review by the Board of License
of the Bureau, teachers and prin-
Saturday Games Party Set
Sunshine Rebekah has scheduled
a games party for Saturday even-
ing at 25 Washington Ave., with
Mrs. Evelyn Decky serving as
chairman.
cipals associations, professionals
of the Bureau, educational direc-
tors and educational committees of
individual schools, and by the
Bureau's board of directors.
A public rally is planned for
Jan., 1967, at which time official
release of the accredited list will
be made and accredited schools
formally acknowledged.
The Bureau's accreditation plan
is the third such effort being made
in this country to stimulate quality
mstruction.
Hebrew Course
At Beach High
For First Time
For the first time. Miami Senior
High Adult Education Center will
offer Hebrew as a part of its cur-
riculum in the Spring trimester
beginning Jan. 3 and ending Apr.
28.
The course is open to all who
wish to learn to speak, read, and
understand Hebrew. Emphasis will
be laid on conversation, using
modern methods and techniques
The student will be able to master
a vocabulary of words, phrases,
and idiomatic expressions of high
frequency in conversation. Also
acquired will be a greater vocab-
ulary for reading and comprehen-
sion, as well as an appreciation of
the culture of Israel.
The Hebrew class will meet ev-
ery Tuesday and Thursday from 7
to 10 p.m. Registration may be
completed in Room 171 of the
school any weekday from 2 to 9:30
p.m. Teacher will be Saul Rabin,
education director, Beth David
Religious School.
El
Seme 100 children, newly-registered in Temple Menorah's
Hebrew School, were consecrated in a special ceremony
fclicwii-g Sabbath morning services last weekend conducted
by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Mrs. Nathan Robinowitz trained
the children cf the Aleph Clcn=s for singing and declamations.
Seated front ere Harriet Straus, Oscar Syger, Mikael Ellis,
Thea Berens, Sara Esguenazi, Natalie Opper, Brenda Stase-
vich. Susan Spier, Jane Marcus, Lenny Maiman, Michael
Shapiro. Second row are Debbie Carman, Laurel Dionne,
Corey Grossmen, Sara Zabelinslri, Elizabeth Kratzer, Warren
Krantz. Warren Jurkowitz, Lloyd Cohen, Peter Grosfeld, Be-
lina Garazi. Kim Kraus, Sammy Behar. Third row are Mrs.
Nathan Robinowitz, teacher, Seymour Chcrjes, BaiTy Nexer,
David Freedman, Loren Cohen, Karen Olin, Susan Ross, Jodi
Ellis, Andrea Breiter, Harold Hyman, Richard Dunberg, Lori
Tannenbaum, Judy Shapiro, Paul Kasdin, Mrs. Yuval Kachioff,
teacher. Top row are Steven Greenwald, Sandy Dunberg,
Debby Pine, Diane Fredel, Moises Sztylerman, Michael Su-
cher, Annette Mandell, Beth Purcell, Carlos Pundik, Andrew
Block, Warren Kaplan, Sandra Susi,- Lillian Olemberg, Luis
Brofman, Alan Reich, Michael Cohen, and Keith Mahl. Not
shown are Rebeca Behar, Steven Greenwald, Steven Gross-
man, Sam Katzenberg, Gordon Light, Cindy Rynor, Jeffrey
Skolnick, Gavle Steinberg, Daniel Chervony, Loren Cohen,
Joseoh Gritz, Ricky Kittay, Walter Lentz, Marshall Levy, Stev-
en Manning, Steven Michaelson, Rickey Marc, Silvio Rodri-
auez, Keith Simons, Leon Ydo, Cindy Fredel, Julia Maya,
Sheri Oren&tein, Corey Smith, and Adriana Soriano.
Oft. 16CK Iff
Dr. Eff Heads
Medical Division
Dr. Albert B. Sabin, national
president of the Medical Division
of the American Friends of the
Hebrew University, announced this
week the appointment of Dr Jack
Simon Eff, of Miami Beach, as
president of the Greater Miami
Chapter of the organization. Dr.
Eff, a pediatrician, is on the
teaching staff of the University of
Miami Medical School.
Other officers of the Greater
Miami Chapter of the Medical Div-
ision, which supports the Hebrew
University Medical School are
honorary presidents. Drs Leo
Levil) and Meyer B Marks: honor-
ary vice president. Dr. Philip Got-
licb; vice presidents, Drs. Jacob
Classman, Joseph Harris, A. R.
Hollender and Sylvan A. ^chotz;
and advisory council. Drs Louis
G. Lytton and Marvin L. M tus.
Dr. Eff will attend the national
I board meeting of the division in
New York City on Sunday, with
Dr. Sabin presiding. Special guest
at the national meeting will be
j Dr. Moshe Prywes, associate dean
j of the Hebrew University Medical
School, who will visit in Miami
Beach from Dec. 25 through Jan. 2.
BB Chapter Book Review
Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, heard Melvyn
Frumkes review a current book at
its regular monthly meeting on
Tuesday noon.


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Friday. December 23, 1966
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*'
^Mitzvalt
Jacrb Plotkin
Jacob Saul, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Paul Pjotkin, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday, Dec. 24, at
Temple Emanu-Kl.
Jacob attends eighth grade at
Ida M Fisher Junior High, plays i
cello in the orchestra and belongs j
to the rchool chess club. He is a
graduate of Temple Emanu-El Re-!
hgious School and is continuing his|
Hebrew education by attending the
Bureau of Jewish Education Heb-
rew High.
He has won awards in citizen-
ship, participated in the junior
Great Books program, and attend-
ed the Museum of Science for
course? in rock-cutting. Other in-
terests include piano, sailing and
tennis.
The celebrant will be honored at
a reception at his home following
the service.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zeigmund and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mankofsky.
Jacob's grandparent, will attend
the evert.
*
Gary Kollin
Gary, son o! Mr. and Mrs. Mich-
ael Kollin, will become Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday. Dec. 24, at Tem-
ple Emanu-El.
Gary is in the 8th grade at Ida
M. Fisher Junior High and is a
member of the Student Council.
He ha1- been the recipient of the
Nor-Isk Optimist Citizenship and
the American Legion School
award? He is en the Honor Roll
and is a member of the National
Junior Honor Society.
The celebrant will be honored at
a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall following
the service, and al a luncheon Sun-
day, Dec. 35, at the Algiers Hotel.
.i
i
Andrew Lavin
The Bar Mitzvah of Andrew
Todd, ^n of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Lavin.. 1998 NE 196th Ter.. No.
Miami Beach, will take place Sat-
urday morning. Dec. 24, at Beth
Torah Congregation.
Andrew is an honor student in
the eighth grade at John F. Ken-
nedy High. He attends the Beth
Torah Religious School, and is in
the fifth grade. Fishing is one
of his many hobbies, and he also
plays the piano.
A reception will be given in
Andrews honor Saturday evening.
Guests from out-of-town will in-
clude Mrs. Estelle Langs, grand-
mother. New York, Mr. and Mrs.
David Lavin, grandparents, Miami,
a a a
Deborah Welkind
The Bas Mitzvah of Deborah
Kay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. \
Bernard A. Wilkind, 7950 SW 17th ;
Ter., will be marked on Friday'
evening. Dec. 23, at Temple Zion. I
An honor student in the eighth
grade at West Miami Junior High.
Debbie plays violin in the school j
orchestra, and her hobbies are art;
and dancing She has also been at-1
tending Hebrew School for six
years, and serves as vice president
of Beta Sigma Phi girls club at
the "V."
Mr. and Mrs. Welkind will host:
the Oneg Shabbat following the
ceremony in honor of the ecle
brant.
*
Randi Revitz
The Bas Mitzvah of Randi Joy,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Revitz. 9418 W. Broadview Dr.,
Bay Harbor Island, will be observed
during Friday evening late serv-
ices, Dec. 23rd. at Temple Ner
Tamid.
Randi is a student at Nautilus
Junior High and Temple Ner
Tamid Religious School is an avid
water-skier, enjoys fishing, read-
ing and writing poetry.
An Oneg Shabbat in honor of the
Bas Mitzvah will follow the serv-
ices.
Out-of-town guests include
Randi's grandmother, Mrs. Sidney
Bolotin. of Chicago.
* *
Seth Brown
Seth Brown will read the Maftir
and the Haftorah on Saturday
morning, Dec. 24. at Congregation
B'nai Raphael.
Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening
and the Kiddush on Saturday morn-
ing, will be hosted by Seth's par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel
Brown.
Andrew Cohen
Andrew Cohen, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Josenh Cahlin. 821 NE 182nd
St.. No. Miami Beach, will become
Bar Mitzvah at the Saturday morn-
Andrew Cohen Linda Blumenfeld
lrwin Wolf
rm i h
Brad Alexander Stuart Kranti
Brad Alexander
Gary Alexander
Cousins, Brad A. Alexander, son
bean-American School in Ponce. A
student at Temple Judea Religious
School since kindergarten, he will
of Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Alexander, I continue his religious training up-
and Gary Alexander, son of Dr. j on the family s return to the
Carl Alexander, of St. Paul. Minn.. k
will -hare the honors of Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday. Dec. 24. at the
mincha service at Temple Emanu-
El.
Brad attends eighth grade at Ida
M. Fisher Junior High and plays
saxophone in the orchestra Gary Mrs barren J. Sussin, of Rhine-
attends school in St. Paul and plays beek_ N_ Y-- will ce,ebrate his Bar
The celebrant will be honored by
a luncheon in the social hall fol-
lowing the Bar Mitzvah service.
i
Mark Sussin
Mark Howard, son of Dr. and
Jacob Plotk'.n
Gary Kollin
the clarinet.
The celebrants will be honored
at a reception Sunday at the Deau-
ville Hotel.
Mrs. Hannah Alexander, of Mia-
mi Beach, grandmother of Brad
and Gary, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Sklarsky, of New York, grandpar-'
ents of Brad, will attend the event.
Andrew lovin
fvfebie Welkind
Mitzvah on Saturday, Dec. 24, at
Temple Zamora.
Grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Honig, charter members of Tem-
ple Zamora. the celebrant received
his Hebrew training at the Talmud
Torah in Kingston, N. Y., and will
graduate in 1967.
Mark is an honor student in Jun-
.:-.. is on the school basket-
:. and won a trophy with
the Little League baseball team
last summer. He is a third-year
piano student, and an avid stamp
and coin-collector.
Stuart Krantz
Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al
Krantz. 61 SW 58th Ct will be-
COme Bar .Mitzvah at Beth David
Congregation on Saturday, Dec. 24.
Stuart is attending Kinloch Park
Junior High. He i> active in the
Bi > Scouts and has become an lrwin Wolf
Eagle Scout trwin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
.Mrs. Sohpie Tarr. of Birming-' Cornell Wolf, will be called to the
ham. Ala., and Mr. and Mrs. Phil- Torah on Saturday morning. Dec.
lip off, frandnarenl of Stuart. 24, at Temple Zion.
183rd St.. will be Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Israel of Greater Miami on
SB*"" '"' "'-nn Dec. 24.
A reception will be held at the
Gu...i.. o^ie iloiel.
Ande is an eighth grade student
at John F. Kennedy Junior High,
and is interested in all sports.
Among out-of-town guests will
be his maternal grandmother. Mrs.
Jennie Birnbaum, of Great Neck,
N. V.
Dourjlas Tambor
Douglas Bradley, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Tambor. will become
Bar Mitzvah at 8:45 a.m.. on Satur-
day. Dec. 24th.at Beth Moshe Con-
gregation.
Douglas is an eighth grade stu-
dent at North Miami Junior High
and attends Popiel Religious
School. He was also a student at
the Hebrew Academy.
The celebrant will be honored
at a Kiddush following the serv-
ices in Popiel Social Hall.
His maternal grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Hepps, and pater-
nal grandparents, Mr. and M
Robert Kravitz. will be among the
guests.
Randi Revitz
ing services Dec. 24. at Temple
Adath Yeshurun.
Andrew is an eighth grade stu-
dent at John F. Kennedy Junior
High, where he is on the Honor
Roll. Andrew is president of the
junior congregation at Adath
Yeshurun, and he plays on the
Little League Baseball Team.
Mr. and Mrs. Cahlin will host the
Saturday morning Kiddush in An-
drew's honor.
Grandparents of the Bar Mitz-
vah, Mr. and Mrs. Max Mioduser,
of No. Miami Beach, Mr. and Mrs.
Hary Reiter. of New York, and his
uncle. Stanley Mioduser of White
Plains. N. Y., will help celebrate
the occasion.
The celebrant will be honored at
a reception and dinner Saturday
evening at the Club House.
Linda Blumenfeld
Linda Susan, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Blumenfeld.
17620 NE 8th Ct.. No. Miami
Beach, will become Bas Mitzvah
at the Friday evening service. Dec.
23. at Temple Adath Yeshurun.
Linda is an eighth grade Honor
Roll student at John F. Kennedy
Junior Hieh. where her favorite
subject is home economics. She is
interested in dancing.
The Oneg Shabbat following the
service will he held in her honor.
Grandparents of the Bas Mitzvah.
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Klein, of
Miami, will help celebrate the oc-
casion.
The celebrant will be honored at
a reception and dinner on Satur-
day evening at the Doral Country
Club.
* *
lrwin Wolf
lrwin. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Cornel Wolf, will be called to the
Torah on Saturday morning, Dec.
24. at Temple Zion.
lrwin is a student at Deerborne
School.
Mr. and Mrs. Wolf will host the
Kiddush folowing the services.
The celebrant will be honored
with a reception at home.
Mr and Mrs. Irving Greenberg
and Mrs. Mildred Wolf, of Miami
Beach, are grandparents of the
Bar Mitzvah.
will attend the services.
Todd Snydar
Todd Adam, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Gene Snyder. 16469 NE 30th Ave., i
will become Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day afternoon, Dec 24, at Beth
Torah Congregation.
An eighth .rade honor student
at John F. Kennedy Junior High,
Todd plans to continue his studies
at Beth Torah Religious School.
He is interested in tennis and
swimming.
Following the Bar Mitzvah serv-1
ice. a reception will be held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Snyder.
Among guests will be Mrs. Sadie
Snyder, grandmother, of New
York.
lrwin is a student at Deerborne
School and is interested in sports.
Mr. and Mrs. Wolf will host the
Kiddush following the services and
a reception at home in honor of
the celebrant.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Greenberg
and Mrs, Mildred Wolf are grand-
parents of lrwin.
Martin Sturman
The Bar .Mitzvah of Martin Aar-
on, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Sturman. 1031 NE 211th Ter., No.
Miami Beach, will take place Sat-
urday. Dec. 24. at Beth Torah Con-
gregation.
Mai tin is an eighth grade stu-
dent and attends the Hebrew Acad-
emy of Miami Beach. He is in the
fourth grade in the Beth Torah
Religious School. Interests include
mathematics and football, and he
is a member of the choir at the
Hebrew Academy.
Gregg Lund
Gregg Cary, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Lund. 1820 NE 197th Ter.,
No. Miami Beach, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. Dec 24, at
Beth Torah Congregation.
In the eighth grade at John F.
Kennedy Junior High. Gregg at-
tends the pre-confirmation class at
Beth Torah Religious School. He is
a Star Scout, a member of the
Rocket Club at John F. Kennedy,
and is on the No. Miami Beach
swimming team.
A reception will be held Satur-
day evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Lund. Among guests will
be Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen
and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lutzato.
I grandparents of the celebrant, all
; of Brooklyn, NY.
Petar Farbman
The Bar Mitzvah of Peter David,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Farbman.
1134-98th St.. Bay Harbor Island,
will be observed during Saturday
; morning services, Dec. 24, at Tem-
ple Ner Tamid.
Peter is a student at Nautilus
Junior High and Temple Ner
Tamid Religious School. His out-
i side interests include sports, and
i he also plays the drums.
Kiddush in honor of the cele-
i brant will follow the ceremony, and
1 he will be honored at a reception
at the Farbman home on Monday,
| Dec. 26.
* *
Stuart Raymond
Early Saturday morning serv-
ices on Dec. 24 at Temple Or Olom
will include the Bar Mitzvah of
j Stuart Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Raymond.
Stuart is a seventh grader at
Rockway Junior High, where his
favorite subject is mathematics.
He plays the trumpet and is active
in sports.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond will host
the Oneg Shabbat on Friday night,
and the Kiddush following the cere-
mony on Saturday, and a reception
in the evening at the Airliner
Motel.
* *
Ronald Hartz
Regular Friday evening serv-
ices. Dec. 23, of Temple Sinai of
North Dade. to be held at Washing-
ton Federal, 699 NE 167th St.. will
include the Bar Mitzvah of Ronald.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hertz.
Ronald is an eighth grade stu-
dent at the John F. Kennedy Jun-
ior High, and is in the eighth grade
of Temple Sinai Religious School.
He has received the American Le-
'ion School Award, is on the North
Miami Beaeh Soccer Team, and
his hobbies are playing the piano
and oil-painting.
Out-of-town relatives attending
the Bar Mitzvah will be Ronald's
trrandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Esburg. and his great aunt, Mrs.
Kate Hackmycr. all of New York.
An Oneg Shabbat in Ronald's
H;rschi!eid Firm
Expends Quarters
On Miami Beach
Harold R. Huschfield and Asso-
cites, Miami Beach real estate in-
vestment and consulting firm, has
completed its move to new and
laiger offices in the Miami Beach
r'ederal Bank Bldg.
The move was made necessary
when the firm enlarged its depart-
ments to include mortgage bank-
ing, an international business in-
vestment department to permit
foreign business and professional
people to make investments in
Floiida properties, as well as ho-
tel construction and various other
industrial developments abroad.
The firm in the past has been
active in the cooperative develop-
ment and financing of the Dunes
Motel and Field Manor Apartments
in Miami Beach, Alliance Tire
Company and Inter-Americo Chem-
ical factoiies in Israel, and within
a few months, it expects to build
another Dunes Hotel in Guade-
loupe.
Harold R. Hirschfield. managing
director of the company, is a for-
mer bank director and chairman of
the business advisory committee
of the Bank of Miami Beach, as
well as being active throughout
the entire state of Florida in the
financing of housing projects and
land developments.
Former Mayor of Miami Beach,
Judge Kenneth Oka, and Breslow
and Shecter. a local CPA firm, are
also associated in the new offices.
Jeffrey Gelarntar
Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
bert Gelernter. of Ponce, Puerto
Rico, will be Bar Mitzvah at Tern-
pie Judea on Saturday. Dec. 24, at I ^ f 11:15 a.m. *
Long-time residents of Coral chan*i
Gables, the (ielernsters are tern- aim. nap
porarilv living in Puerto Rico.' Andc Jerrold son of Mr.and
where Jeff is attending the Carib- Mrs. Bernard Shapez, 1<82 NE
Seaboard RR
Barnes Agent
John B. Beasley has been ap-
pi brted city passenger and ticket
agent for the Seaboard Railroad
at Miami Beach, according to an
announcement by W. J. Ficht,
general passenger agent for the
company.
Beaslev served in the U.S. Navy
from 1943 until 1946, attaining the
rank of ensign, after which he at-
tended and graduated from the Uni-
versity of S^isth Carcl'na.
He has been with the company
since 1948 in New York City,
Columbia. S. C. and Tampa and
Miami, and at the time of this
appointment was passenger service
agent on Seaboard's streamliners,
'he Silver Meteor" and "Silver
Star."' between Florida and New
York.


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* Jen is* JFkir/kfiar?
Friday, December 23. 1966
Accountants Division steering committee ard Leavner, Allan Wilson. Other members
::iembers look pleased as they go over results of the steering committee include A. B. Wien-
ot the division s pre-tax season dinner. Seated er, Louis Smiles, Ralph Weisbard. Milton
left to right) are Charles Hertzoff, Albert J. Kublin, Howard A. Mesh and Morton Wein-
3eer. Abraham Krutman. Standing (left to berger.
right) are Karl Sachs. Howard N. Miller, How-
Accountants' Division in Pre-Season
Opener; Tops Last Year by 16 Percent
The Combined Jewish Appeal
released its first campaign report
this week, citing an increase of
lri percent in the Accountants Di-
vision over last year's campaign
figures.
The division, which is tradition-
ally the first CJA division to kick
olf its campaign, so as not to in-
terfere with tax season, held its
annual pre-tax season dinner at
the Columbus Hotel.
Jerry Bloom, associate chairman
Of the division, said they are "most
pleased" with the meeting's re-,
suits.
"The meeting was most success-
ful," said Blumin. "So far. it seems
that Dade County accountants have
extended full cooperation to the
CJA. The figures definitely show
at least a 16 percent increase over
the amount pledged at this same
Dr. Wolf son Talk Thursday
"Contentment and Happiness"
will be the topic of the lecture by
Dr. Abraham Wolfson before the
Spinoza Forum for Adult Educa-
tion on Thursday, 10 a.m., in the
auditorium of the Washington
i Federal. 1234 Washington Ave.
Gans, Russell
Co-Chairmen Of
Trades Division
Milton Weiss, chairman of the
1967 Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign, has announced the ap-
pointment of Sydney Gans and
Robert Russell as co-chairman of
the Trades and Professions Divi-
sion for the CJA drive.
Gans. president of the Sydney
Bag and Paper Company, served
as chairman of the Paper Division
for five years. He is a member of
the board of governors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
which conducts Dade County's an-
nual CJA campaign.
Gans is a member of the pres-
idents committee of the Univer-
sity of Miami Parent Associa-
tion, chairman of the City of
Miami Beach Minimum Housing
Authority Appeal Board, and a
former member of the City of
Miami Beach Merit Rating
Board.
He is on the board of directors
of Temple Emanu-El and is a 32nd
degree Mason of the Hibiscus
Lodge and a Shriner.
Russell, president and chairman
of the board of the Russell Alum-
inum Corp.. served as chairman
of the Metals Group of the Manu-
facturing and Transportation Divi-
sion during last year's campaign.
He was also a member of the 1966
initial gifts committee.
Russell is a member of the Mia-
mi-Dade Chamber of Commerce
and the Hialeah-Miami Springs
Chamber of Commerce. He is a
trustee of Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital and has worked as a volun-
teer for the United Fund of Dade
County. Russell also serves as a
1 trustee of Temple Israel.
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration has presented Russell with
several awards for his past parti-
i cipation in Combined Jewish Ap
peal campaigns.
ROBERT RUSSELL
SYDHtY GANS
Harrv Blumin. chairman, and I., time during last year's drive."
Radial Tires
On Sale Here
B. F. Goodrich Tire Company
has introduced its new radial-ply
tire to Miami motorists.
The tire, first introduced to
motorists in Dallas last November,
is the first American-made radial
tire for American cars. It will go
on sale here at Norton Tire Com-
pany.
(ailed the B. F. Goodrich Silver-
town Radial 990, the tire is rad-
ically different from comentional
tires now on American automo-
biles.
The radial tire is so named be-
cause its cords lam radially from
head to bead, at right angles to
the diicction of travel. Cords in
a conventional tire run diagonally,
crisscrossing in a herringbone
fashion.
"This type of construction re-
sults in up to 60 per cent more
mileage, greater stability and con
trol, and a saving in fuel consump-
tion," says L. S. Brubaker. man-
ager of passenger tire
the company.
Hebrew Academy
Sabbath Dec. 24
The Hebrew Academy, 2400
Pine Tree Dr., was honored this
week, when the Rabbinical Associ-.
ation of Greater Miami designated
Saturday, Dec. 24. as "Hebrew
Academy Sabbath."
Rabbis Max LipschitZ, president
of the Rabbinical Association, and
Sol Schiff, executive vice pres-
ident of the Rabbinical Associa-
tion, jointly presented Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, principal of
the Hebrew Academy, with the
scroll and lauded the "excellence
of the school's academic program."
Text of the rabbinical proclam-
ation declares. "The Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami, cog-
nizant of the Hebrew Academy's
notable achievements in the field i
of maximum Jewish education, j
hereby proclaims Dec. 24, 1966, |
Hebrew Academy Sabbath."
EH Speaks
To BB Lodge
Leon J. Ell addressed the Miami
Beach B'nai B'rith Luncheon Club
at the Di Lido Hotel on Tuesday
noon.
Ell discussed "Political Labels
and Their Misuse."
Chairman of the Luncheon Club
meetings is Gershon Miller. Irv-
ing Schatzman is co-chairman, and
Samuel Pascoe is president of the
Miami Beach Lodge. Dr. Abraham
Wolfson is newscaster.
Ell is a member of the board of
directors of the Jewish National
Fund, and is active in Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, United
Fund. Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, and serves as trus-
tee of Hebrew Union College.
He is a world-traveler, and has
written frequently on national and
international affairs.
Junior Hi Trips
Set Next Week
Bishop L. Duncan, Suffragen Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese;
Bishop Coleman Carroll, of the Catholic Diocese; and Dr. Max
A. Lipschitz, president of the Rabbinical Association of Greater
Miami, served as honorary chairmen of the local host com-
mittee to the National Council of Churches at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel last week. Dr. Lipschitz addressed the 3.000-
delegate Assembly on behalf of the Rabbinical Association
and the local Jewish community.
Young Musicians Give Concert
. ... .,, topic will be "Where Judaism Dif-
Miami Beach Senior High School Knights and Ladies Auxiliary pre-: fers
concert orchestra, under the direc-, sented a donation to the school i The iecture wju De followed by
tion of Carl Grozan. gave a con-, principal. Dr. Solomon Lichter. to, a question ^d answer period, and
cert on Monday. 7:15 p.m.. pre-, help defray the costs of music (here wiu ^ a recepUon m honor
ceding the regular business meet- folios for the band. I 0f Rabbi Lamm.
ing of the George Gershwin Business meeting was conducted! Moses J. Grundwerg is president
Knights of Pythias Lodge. by Df Jack Heatn chancellor i of the congregation, and Rabbi
Following the concert, the commander. Berel Wein is spiritual leader.
Three special fun trips for junior
high school youngsters will be
conducted at the YM and YHA
during the school winter vacation
sales for period.
I On Monday, Dec. 26, boys and
girls will be ice skating at the
Polar Palace. Buses will leave
promptly from the "Y," 8500 SW
8th St.. at 1:30 p.m.
A bowling trip is scheduled foi
' Wednesday. Dec. 28. Buses leave
at 1 p.m.
On Friday, Dec. 30, the junior
j high schoolers will go roller skat-
! ing. The excursion starts at 12:45
1 p.m.

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the best
recipe
for
folks
newly
moved
2nd Torah Series
At Beth Israel
Beth Israel Congregation will
inaugurate its second annual Torah
Thoughts Lecture Series on Tues-
day, 8:30 p.m.. in the Harry N.
Schwartz Auditorium of the Syna-
gogue at 770 West 40th St.
Guest lecturer will be Rabbi -- ^.
Norman Lamm, associate rabbi of CnQnUKQ 5TOTV
the Jewish Center in New York .
City, and professor of Jewish phil- I OlU OT iVIeeT
osophy at Yeshiva University. His
Mrs. Joseph E. Reiser, president
of the Jewish Convalescent Home
of South Florida, presided at a
meeting of the Bikur Cholim Aux-
iliary on Wednesday, 12:30 p.m.,
at the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Anne Reaback, Mrs. Ida
Kosoff, Mrs. Anne Radler and Mrs.
Rose Singer explained the mean-
ing of Chaunka.
to GREATER MIAMI
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below), add hostess with baskets
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Friday. December 23. 1966
**1
Beth Moshe
Reorganizes
Youth Studies
Beth Moshe's Religious School
program has been reorganized for
Bureau of Jewish Education ac-
creditation, announced Rev. George
Goldberg, new education director.!
The5unday School Department
begins with kindergarten and
grades 1 and 2. When a youngster!
becomes 8 years old, he enters the!
Religious School Department, f
meeting three times weekly. At
age 13, the student attends ses-!
sions of the pre-confirmalion and
then confirmation departments.
Mrs. Charles Weisstnan, chair-
man of the school board, has ex-
plained that the "new program
will produce a youth group that !
is knowledgeable, with a healthy i
attitude and a sans* of pride in
Hm Jewish heritage."
Students participate in holiday
observances, she said. Youngsters!
also participate in Junior Sabbath!
worship on a weekly basis.
"We were impressed by the!
scholarly recommendations of Dr. I
Morton Siegel, of the Melton Re-
search Center in American Jewish
Education," Rev. Goldberg noted.
"His. emphasis on the Siddur and
the Chumash in our curriculum
will receive our earnest considera-
tion in our plans for the 1967-68
school year."
Daily kindergarten employs four
teachers in which Jewish values
are introduced on that level
through song and story, arts and
crafts, and by observances and
drama.
*'Jen1st noridffan
Page 15-B
Mrs. Range
Is Speaker Here
Miami Council woman Mrs. Ath-
alie Range delivered a talk on
"War on Poverty" before the Mr.
and Mrs. Club of Temple Zion
on Sunday evening, Dec. 18.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICe
Newly promoted John H.
Shapiro (right), of Miami
Beach, is congratulated by
his commanding officer fol-
lowing the pinning of his
captain's bars. CaDt. Sha-
piro, adjutant of the 95th
Civil Affairs Group at Ft.
Gordon, Ga., is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Shapiro,
695 NE 151st St., No. Miami.
He was graduated from the
University of Miami School
of Law before entering the
Army in March, 1956.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTrCK IS HER KB Y GIVEN tlmt
the undersigned, desiring lo encage
in business under tin- fictitious name
of SUZANNE FOODS a I SO N.K. Hill
sii. 11. Miami, Florida, Intend to ret;*
later aald name with th. Clerk of the
Clrrult Court of Dude County. Flor-
ida.
MARTIN' KAUFMAN
ANNE KAUFMAN
12/83-30 1/6-11
\~S h i t u a r
OPPENHEIM
e
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72684-B
iii UK: Batata of
MAROARET A. PATTERSON,
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Peraona
Having Claims "i Demands Against
Maid Estate:
You in,- hereby notirii-d and required
to present any claims ami demanda
which you may have against tin- es-
tate of MAROARET A. PATTERSON,
deceased late of bade County, Flor-
ida, to the county Judges of Dade
County, anil file the .-aim- in duplicate
-! as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
tin county Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
nths fn
publi. attoll
n the time of til.
hereof, or the same
CHARLES, 76. of i.;io Pennsylvania ;>"""";
17. He came her. I %>a| ., ^
da) of December, a.m. 1966.
American Savings
Elects Hugo Black
To Directors Unit
Attorney Hugo L. Black, Jr.,
has been elected to the board of
directors of American Savings and
Loan Association of Miami Beach,
it was announced by Morris N.
Broad, president.
Black is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Alabama and Yale
Law School,
class of 1949.
Before coming
to Miami in
1962, he prac-
ticed law in
Binni n g h a m ,
Ala., where he
was born and
raised. Since
his admittance
to the Florida
Bar in Novem- BLACK
ber, 1962, he has devoted his
practice to corporate and business
trials and appeals, and is a mem-
ber of the firm of Kelly, Paige,
Black and Black.
He is alto a member of the
National Academy of Arbitra-
tors at a private judge. Black
has made several contributions
to the Yale Law Review and the
Vanderbilt Law Review.
At Yale University, Black was
president of the Law Student As-
sociation and editor of the Law
Journal. He has lectured at the
University of Miami I.aw School,
and is a member of the board of
directors of Dade County Bar As-
sociation.
A veteran of World War II,
Black was in the Air Force. He
lives with his wife, Graham, son,
Hugo III, and two daughters, Mar-
garet and Elizabeth, at 12305 SW
73rd Ave. He is the son of U.S.
Supreme Court Justice Hugo L.
Black.
30 years ago from Boston and was
an apartment house owner. Mr. Op-
1 "-r.li. iin was one of the original
members of the Miami Beach Audi-
torium Advisory Hoard. A veteran
of World War I. he was a member
of the American Legion and Veter-
ans of Foreign Wars, lie belonged
to Temple Israel, anil the Last
Man's Club. He is survived by his
wife. Frances; a daughter, Mrs.
Pauline Kurtsack, and two grand-
children. s< rvleea were held al the
Newman Funeral Home on Dec, 19,
with interment In Mt. .Win. Ceme-
tery, arrangements by Gordon Fu-
neral Home, Miami.
first
will
16th
JAFFE. r-ouls H., 71. of 193 N. Shore
Dr. Riverside.
LIBERMAN. Benjamin, 71, of 255 \V.
21th St.. die.i Dec. 19. Riverside.
SELIGMAN. 1!.
36th CX., died
CLARA A. PELT
As Executrix
First publioation of this notice on
the 23rd day of December, 1966.
MoltltlX .1. WATSKV
Attorney for Executrix
10th Floor Dade Federal Building
Miami, Florida 38131
12/23-80 1/6-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C13492
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
PEAItt, ANNA ALK1RE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
RICHARD JAMES ALKIRE,
Defendant.
TO: RICH.W!l> JAMBS AI.KIIri-;
P.O. Box 201
0 International Resorl
I levelopntenl
Nassau, Bahamas
VOL' ARE HEREBY notified thai
a Complaint for Divorce lias been
riled saalnsi you, and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your an-
swer to the Compluint on the Plain-
tiff's attorney. LESTER lioc.ERS.
ivhi.se address is 991 x.w. mi, street,
Miami. Florida, anil file the original
of the Answer In the office of the
clerk of the Eleventh Judicial I'lrcull
In ami for lMde County, Florida, on
or before the 24th day or January,
1987, in default of which the Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed by
you.
DATED this 20th day or Decem-
ber, IMS..
E. ll. LEATHERMAN
ci.rk ..r the Circuit Courl
By K. M. I.V.MAN
Deputy clerk
12/23-30 l 8-11
sale,
l iec
7\
IX.
of 830 SW
Gordon,
EDELL. Mrs. Frieda, 7". of 289 B.
Rlvo Alto Dr., died Dec 18, River-
side.
STEIN, .Mrs. Dora. 74, of 1231 13th
St.. died Dee, 17. Riverside.
Rabiner, Joseph. X3. or 7334 Hard-
ing Ave.. died Dec. 16. Services In
Chicago. Riverside.
SAMUELS. Anna. 67. of 770 SJrd St.,
died Dec. 17. Riverside.
SCHREIBER, Abe J., 39. or 5002 SW
S7Ul PL, died Dec. 17. Riverside.
FRIEDMAN, Myer at, 60. of 5101 Col-
lins Ave., died Dec. 16. Services In
Chicago. Riverside.
LEBIN. Abraham. 79, of lf.ll Penn-
sylvania Ave., died Deo. 16. River-
side.
LEGAL NOTICE
notice
1966.
New Manager for Hotel
Wolf Muller, owner of the Shore
Club Hotel, has announced the ap
pointment of Horace Burnstein as
general manager of the hotel, lo-
cated on Collins Ave. and 19th St.
Burnstein, a well-known operator
tjn Miami Beach for many years,
has held top management posts
with the DiLido. Delano. Atlantis
and Belmar Hotels since 1945.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 73242- B
In RB: Estate of
IDA FORD,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having claims or Demands Against
said Berate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and
demands which you may have against
the estate or IDA FoltD. deoeaaed
late of Ihirie County, Florida, to the
County Judgea of Dad.. County, and
file the seme in duplicate and as
proviil.-d In Section 733.16, Florin
Statutes, In their offloea in the
County Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within six calendar months
fioiii the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will he banred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this :'lst
day of December. AD. 1966.
ALFRED W. FORD
CARLE11N GULLET
As Kxccutnre
First publication of this
on the 22nd day of December,
BERNSTEIN & MILLER
Attorney for Executors
19 West Flagler St., Miami. Fla.
12/23-30 1/6-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY
No. 86C13521
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
MAUREEN ELJZAltlCTli PERLOVE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
FREDERICK PERLOVE,
Defendant.
TO: FREDERICK PERLOVR
3N West Prospect Street
Now Haven, Connecticut
TOO ARE HEREBY NtrTIFIET)
that a Complaint for Divorce has been
tiled against you by MAI'REEN
BMKAIiETH PERLOVE, and you are
hereby notified to file your defenelve
pleadings to this suit for divorce with
the clerk of this Court, and serve a
copv of the said defensive pleading*
on the Plaintiffs attorney. HERH-
ERT l. hkikf.n. 1108 Alnsiey Build-
ing, Miami, Florida, on or before the
26th tiny or January. 1967, else the
Complaint will be taken as confessed
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Dade County, Florida, thla 81st day
,,r December, 1986.
K. B, LBATHBRM W
i 'l.rk. i 'ill-nit Court of
l lade County, Florida
By C. P. OOPBLANTJ
D. puty tiers
12,23-30 1,6-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctltloua name ol
NORTH MAMI BEACH CONVALES-
CENT HOME, at 2201 N.E. 170th
Street, North Miami Beach, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of I iade Count\.
Florida.
i>.\i>i-: i(>.\vai.i:si i;.vt
home. inc.
zemel, kaufman zemel
Attorneys for Applicant
__^_____ 13/33-30 1/6-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C11773
NOTICE OF SUIT
THE WlI.I.lAMSHl'Ri;H
SAVINOS HANK.
Plaintiff,
vs.
OSft'AR POSBY HOWARD.
a single, man ot al,
Defendant.
TO: OSCAR POBBT HOWARD, a
single man. Apt. B, 1840 Ituist St.,
No. Charleston, South Carolina 294ut>
and mart B. Howard, residence
unknown and If remarried her un-
known spouse, if living and ir dead,
h.-r unknown heirs, devlseee, lega-
tees, grantees, assignees, llenors,
trustees, creditors or othei claimants,
claiming by, through, under or against
any ot the above named delendants
who are deceased,
You are hereby notiricd that the
above captloned action has been in-
stituted against you in the Circuit
Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit
of Florida in and for Dade County to
foreclose a mortgage upon the follow-
ing described real property:
I/ot 25 Block 2 HOLIDAY HOUSE,
Section On.- according to the Plat
thereof, rcctrdod in Plat Hook
60 at Pace :.l or the Public Rec-
ords or f>ade County. Florida,
You an- required to rile a respon-
sive pleading to plaintiffs complaint
with the Ch rk of the aforesaid Court.
and serve a copy thereof upon plain-
tiffs attorney, martin fink. Dade
Federal Ifuilding, Miami, Florida
33131, not later than January 28th,
1967, or a Decree Pro Confcsso "ill
in- entered agafnet you.
DATED December 13. 1966.
K. it LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit court
Hy C. K COCF.I.VND
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN PINE
Itule Federal Building
Miami, Florida, 33131
12'23-30 1/6-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C1312I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
HAROLD KAHN,
Plaintiff,
SUSAN Q. KAIIN,
I 'efendant.
TO: SUSAN O. KAHN
598 Miller Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
Yor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint for Divorce lias
been riled against you. and you are
required to serve a copy or your
Answer ,,r Pleading to the Complaint
on Plaintiffs attorneys, smith a
HANDLER, 101 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida, and rile the original
of same in the office or the Clerk
of the circuit court on or before the
17th day of January, 1967. ir you f.iil
to do so. judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in Hie Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this Mh day of December,
1966.
IS. It. LEATHERMAN
clerk. Circuit Court. .
Dade County, Florida
By L. SNEEDEN
l>. puty Clerk
18/16-33-30 l i!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C13452
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ADAM D TAYLOR,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
SYLVIA K. TAYIXJR,
Defendant.
TO: SYLVIA E. TAYLOR
320 B. :'3rd Street
Apt. 2-M
N. w Yor
rk, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
B Complaint for Dhorc.. has be. n
filed against you, and you are hereby
required to m-rvo a copy of your an-
swer to the Complaint on the Plain-
tiffs attorney, LESTER ROGERS,
wh.is,- address la 999 N.W. nth Stn et,
Miami, Dade County, l lorida, and file
the original Of the Answer in the
Office of the clerk of the Eleventh
Judicial circuit in and for Dade
County, Florida, on or before the 25th
day of January, 1967, in default of
which the Complaint will be taken
as confessed by you.
i> vn-;i> this 19th daj of December,
1966.
I-:. I!. LEATHERMAN
i lei k of tin- Circuit Court
Hy c. P. COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
U/23-30 1/6-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 72883C Clark
in RE: Estate of
s'AINA c. CARLSON,
I >ei eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and
demands which you may have against
the estate of SAIN A C, CARLSON,
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16.
Florida Statutes, in their offlcea in
the County Courthouse in Dade
County. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereor. or the same will
h. barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Ilth
day ot December. 1966.
Nolt.M A c. OOLDUB
As Administratrix, C.T.A.
First publication of thla notice on
the 23rd day of December, 1966.
HARRIS AND SIRKIN
Attorneys for Administratrix, C.T.A.
12th Floor Dade Federal Illdg.
101 East Flagler Stnet
Miami, Florida 33131
12/83-30 1/6-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of OCALA LAKES FARMS at 311
Can American Bank Bldg., Miami.
Florida, intend to register the aald
name with the clerk of the- circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
Dated :it Miami. Florida, this 12th
day of December, 1966,
liOWRY M. HELL, JR.
ANNE BELL
PAUL, I.ANHV AND ROBINSON
By: ROBERT PAUL
Attorneys tor Applicant
ill Pan American Bank Bldg.
Miami, Florida 38131
12/23-30 1/6-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73131-A
in RE: Estate of
ABRAHAM WIZNITZER
I leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona
Having claims or Demanda Against
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 73048-C
In RE: Estate or
IDA STEIN
11< ceased.
NOTiCE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persoi -
Having claims or Demands Againl
heUd Estate:
You are hereby notified ana re
'luli.-d to present any claims and
demands which you may have again-
the est in- of IDA STEIN deeeusi
late or I >ade County. Florida, to the
county Judges of Dade County, ai I
tile the same In duplicate and : s
provided In Section 783.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coin
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flo
ida. within six calendar months froie
the time of the first publication ben
of. or the seme will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this I I i.
day of December, AH. 1961'..
HAltl >!.l i SHAPIRO
As Executor
First publication of this notice
the 16th day of December, 1966
HARIILD SHAPIRO
Attorney for Executor
1-7 Lincoln Komi.
Miami Beach, Fla. 83138
12/16-23-80 l r
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 73003C
In RE: Eat!......f
UERTHA BUSSMAN
I >oe. used.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona
Having Claims or Demands Agalnsl
Said Estatl :
You are hereby notified and i>
quired to present any claims an l
demands which you may have agalna
the est.it. ol BERTHA SI S.S.MAN,
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, t" tin- County lodges of Dade
County, and file the same In dnpllcal
and as provided In Section 738.16.
Florida Statutes, in their offices i.i
the County Courthouse in Dadi
County, l lorida. within six ealendni
months from tin- time of this m-
uubllcutlon hereof, or the same wll
be bsrred.
Dated Hi Miami, Florida, ibis li\
day ol December, 1966.
SOL SCSSMAN
As Executor
First publication of thly notice '
the 23rd da) of I >ecembi r, 1966
ARTHUR L. MII.I.EIt
Ait. i-nej for Sol Hussman, Executo-
801S B.W 17th Terrace
11' 23-30 I'6- I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP'
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 73100B
In RE: Estate ol
rSADOKB B. SACKS
1 lece.i 4ed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Agaln-i
Said Estate:
You are herebj notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have agalns!
the -stale of ISADORE 11. SACKS
deceased late of Dade County, no*
iila, to the County Judges of Dadi
County, and file the same in duplicate
an as provided in Beotlon 783.16, Flor-
ida Statutes, In their offices In I hi
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication,
hereof. ..r the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 6th
day of December. A.D. 1966.
OERSON 1- SACKS
As Executor
First publication of this notice no.
the 1611) day of December, 1966.
.1. DAVID 1.1F.HMAN
Atorney for Qeraon I* Sacks
60.". Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
_______________12 16-23-80 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72968C
in RE: Estate of
J< .si :ii I in i; pa RENT!
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
! To All Creditors and All Persoi -
I Having Claims or Demands Again.
) Said Batata:
You are hereby notiried and re-
quired to present any claims and
demands which you may have agalna
I the estate or JOSEPHINE PARENTI,
deceased late of Monroe County, Nee
: York, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same 111 dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 788.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices i
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calen-i
months from the time of the fir-
publication hereof, or the same will
be bailed.
Dated this 13th day of October.
A.D. 1966.
GRACE FCLTZ
As Ancillary Executrix
First publication or this notice, a v
the 16th day of December, 1966.
WAI.THHS. MOORE & COSTANZO
Attorneys f>>r Petitioner
IHU8 Ainsl.-y Bldg.. Miami. Florida
12 16-23-30 i
Said Estate
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and
demands which you may have against
the estate of ABRAHAM U l/.NIT-
FlorMa, to the County Judges of
'/Kit deceased late ol bade County,
Florida, and File the same in
duplicate ami as provided In Section
733.16. Florida Statutes, In their of-
fices In ih.- County Courthouse in
I is le "ounty, norm I, Ithin six
calendar months from the time of the
rirsl publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Dated hi Miami. Florida, this l'.ith
da) of i c mbi r, a d. 1966.
FANNY WIZNIT/.KIt
As Adminlstral > i\
First publication id this none, on
the 23rd da) of December, 1966.
Bl.ATT and UDELL
Attorneys for Estate of
ABIt \IIAM WIZNITZBR
163 i >uponl Plasa < tenter,
Miami, Florida
11/33-30 1,6-13.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 73135-A
In RE: Estate of
MAN F, ADRIAN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Person*
Having claims or Demands Against
Said Satati :
You are hereby notified and v.-
ijuircd to pr.-s. ol any claims aial
demands which you may have agalna
the estate of M \N F. ADRIAN,
deoeaaed late Of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County .Indues of Dade
County, and file ihe same In dupll
;iiui as provided In motion 7:t::.l6
Florida Statutes, in their offices ll
the .'ounty Courthouse In Dad
County, l lorida, It hid --:\ cab ndn
months from the time of the Mrs
publli at Ion hereof, i r -h.- same U
he barred.
Date.I ii Miami, Florlaa, this 131
day of i ci mi., r, 1966
It 11 \.\NAH ADRIAN
A a Admlnlsl ra I r i
l'i'-i publication of this notl......I
the 23rl da) of December, 1966
i Tl'l-i'i: .< EFRONSON
Attoi no foi v.irn nlatratrla
611' Alnsli y Bldg., Miami. 11a.
. I It


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through CARE. Bring them your warmth and direction and make their
spirits brighter and fuller through your thoughtful gilts. Your gifts will
bring happiness to each recipient whether they are your relatives and
friends, or institutions or a needy refugee family.
Help to rebuild Israel through your gift of FOOD, TOOLS, BOOKS and
MEDICAL SUPPLIES thus enabling them to make their way in life.
There ar no parcel post charges, no taxes or duties. The food enters
ration-free and is certified Kosher. Your name is on every package. Un-
designated contributions are deductible for Federal Income Tax purposes.
CARE will assure delivery of your gifts to Israel. Just select those you
wish to send and maU the gift form with your specific instructions and
your check or money order. Make out to CARE, and send to CARE. Inc..
660 First Avenue. New York 10016. _________
Send Your Personal Gift of Help and Hope to Israel...
ISRAEL FAMILY FROZEN
FOOD PACKAGE $16.00
2 lbs. 4 ozs. Frozen Liver
2 lbs. 4 ozs. Frozen Tongue
4 lbs. 8 ozs. Frozen Sliced Beef
4 ozs. Instant Coffee
2 lbs. Chocolate
1 lb. Cocoa i
8 ozs. Soup Mix
3 lbs. Rice
1 lb. 4 oz. Pineapple
3 lbs. Dried Fruit

ISRAEL FROZEN FOOD
PACKAGE $10.00
2 lbs. 4 ozs. Frozen Liver
2 lbs. 4 ozs. Frozen Tongue
2 ozs. Instant Coffee
1 lb. 8 oz. Chocolate
1 lb. Cocoa
8 ozs. Soup Mix 0
2 lbs. Rice
1 lb 4 oz. Pineapple
2 lbs. Dried Fruit
SEND FOOD, TOOLS and BOOKS to THOSE WHO NEED
YOUR HELP ...
When you have selected your food packages for relatives and friends in
Israel please take a moment to send a gift to others who are helping to
build Israel You may send food packages to refugee families; tools tor use
in building programs; and books for use in educational activit.es through-
out Israel. ... ...... ,
Although you may not send tools or books to specified ind.viduals, every
package you send will bear your name and address as donor.
******************************************
ISRAEL FAMILY FOOD
PACKAGE $18.25
ISRAEL FOOD
PACKAGE
$10.00
45 ozs. Beef in Natural Juices
20 ozs. Canned Salami
15 ozs. Veal in Natural Juices
15 ozs. Paprikash
10 ozs. Frankfurters
64 ozs. Rice 3
24 ozs. Table Sugar
2 ozs. Instant Coffee
32 ozs. Chocolate
16 ozs. Cocoa
20 ozs. Pineapple
16 ozs. Figs

30 ozs. Beef in Natural Juices
60 ozs. Veal in Natural Juices
20 ozs. Frankfurters
30 ozs. Tongue
30 ozs. Meatballs
40 ozs. Salami I
20 ozs. Chocolate
16 ozs. Cocoa
4 ozs. Coffee
20 ozs. Pineapple
16 ozs. Shelled Walnuts
64 ozs. Assorted Dried Fruits
CARE, Inc., 660 First Avenue, New York 10016
ENCLOSED FIND $ 'or:
Family Froien Food Package (S16.00)
Food Package (St 0.00)
Froien Food Package ($10.00)
Family Food Package ($18.25)
FROM: (please print)
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For Self-Help Kit
For Self-Help Fund
For Book Fund
For Medical Fund
(any amount)
This Advertisement Sponsored by
TO BE DELIVERED TO: (plcast print)
(may not be *ent to specific individuals)
Please use a separate sheet for additional names.
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2728 S.W. 28th Lane, Miami
BELLAK COMPANY
567 N.E. 109th Street, Miami
BLACKSTONE RETIREMENT HOTEL
800 Washington Ave., Miami Beech
Michael Sossin, L.L.D., Executive Director
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6440 N.E. 4th Court 751-6541
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4634 N.W. 27th Avo. 634-7233
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651 N.W 106th Street, Miami
CHARM MODELING SCHOOL
333 Alcazar Avene, Coral Gables
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976 Arthur Godfrey Rd., M.B. 534-2978
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1658 N.W. 19th Street 635-8912
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4900 N.W. 2nd Avenue 379-2665
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215 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami
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7880 Coral Way 221-8222
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1680 Meridian Ave., M.B. 538-0424
METRO IRON & METAL CORPORATION
3170 N.W. North River Drive 635-1335
RANGE FUNERAL HOME
5727 N.W. 17th Avenue 691-4343
RICHMOND HEIGHTS DRUGS
14638 Lincoln Blvd. 235-3551
ROBIN PHARMACY
9920 N.W. 27th Avenue 696-1221
GENE SNYDER & CO., REALTOR
229 Sunny Isles Blvd., Miami Beach
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"Happiness is a State Liquor Store 8 Lounge"
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215 S.E. 1st Street, Miami
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1654 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach
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233 N.W. 36th Street, Miami
TIEFEN'S BAKERY
772 N.W. 183rd Street, Miami
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2900 N.W. 7th Street, Miami
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838 E. 9th Street, Hialeah 885-3231
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2828 N.W. :7th Avenue 635-1395
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3797 N.W. 167th Street 624-1347
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