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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 18, 1965

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

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 18, 1965

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01898

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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Preceded by:
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 38 Number 25
Miami, Florida. Friday, June 18, 1965
Two Sections Price 20
B'nai B'rith Convention To
Start Sessions Here Sunday
Rn'iiard E. McCormack will
feature the opening SuMtBu of the
89th nnual convention of Dis-
trict (Jrand Lodge 5. B'nai B'rit'i.
which will be held a: the Eden
Roc Motel this Sunday through
Wednesday, June- 23.
f -HARD C. McCORMACK
war on poverty
Bundesrat
In Denial
Of Funds
(JTAj Tin- prospect oi
compen
. ictims of Nazism unable
i uli launs before s 1953 dead
line in West German indemnifies
' laws developed this weekend
n refusal of the Bundesrat,
the Upper House of the West Ger-
i arliament, to approve a
measure for that purpose previous-
Ij passed by the Lower House.
Th measure would expand a
special hardship fund for such
claimant* from 700 million
marks ($175 million) to 1.200,-
000,000 marks ($300 million).
The measure, an amendment to
inderr.nification legislation, would
Continued on Page ISA
*_
Star of David
(lorried on
Space
Flight
McCormack has been on the
staff of the Office of Economic
Opportunity since September.
19G4, when it was organized as the
President's Tj.< F^rce for the
War on Poverty, serving as assist-
ant dlrec.or tor public affairs.
Immediately prior to Joining the
oeo -i.iii. McCormack was in
the Public Affairs Office of the
Office of Emergency Planning in
the Executive Office oi the Pres-
ident.
McCormack's other govemmen.
tal service includes two years
11961-63) as deputy assistant to
the Secretary of the Treasury for
Congressional ^Relations. Prior to
that, he served as legislative as-
sistant to Sen. Vance Harke. of
Indiana.
He has als> worked as special
assistant t'> She Governor of Mas-
sachusetts for two years and for
three years was with the Cen-
tral Intelligence Agency. McCor-
mack will address the B'nai B'rith
Convention on Sunday night. June
20.
Featured speaker for the joint
men women's luncheon en Mon
Continued on Paqe 8-A
Arrest 7 Arab Spies;
One Commits Suicide
PROFESSOR MARTIN BUBER
TEL AVIV (JTA) Seven Is-
raeli Aral i, most of th in fisher
men. have been arrested on
charges of spying for Egyptian in-
telligence, il was announced here
by a police spokesman.
The spokesman said that one of
the suspects, identified only as
Sabage, committed suicide at the
Acre |>n|ice station after telling
poitoe about the group's espionage
activitiea and leaving a letter to
David Golomb, son of Kliahu Col-
umn, former chief of Haganah, the
Jewish pre-State defense organi-
zation The contents of the letter
wei e not disclosed
Sabage had told police that he
and the other six Israeli Arabs
who were remanded by a magis-
trate for two weeks had con-
tacted Egyptian intelligence of-
ficers at sea while on "fishing"
trips opposite the Egyptian-held
city of Gaza.
lie said that the group went out
on trawlers and pretended to fish
as far south as possible. When
they were opposite Gaza, Sabage
said, according to police, that they
signaled to shore and were met by
Continued on Page 7-A
Egypt Pact
Is Studied By
State Dept.
WASHINGTON (JTA) State
Department officials said Monday
that the question of Egyptian di-
version of its rice crop shipments
to Communist China and Cuba at
a time when Egypt was receiving
United States food assistance was
tinder study by the United Stajes
Government, although a determina-
tion of violation by Egypt of its
aid agreement with the U.S. has not
yet been made.
It has been learned that Egypt
exported rice in 1964 but authori-
ties here said Egypt may not be
Continued on Page 2-A
Professor Martin Buber,
Venerable Philosopher,
Dies in Israel at Age 87
THOUSANDS ATTEND FUNERAL ... SEE PAGE 3 A
JEUSALEM (JTA i Profes-
sor Martin Buber, world famous
Jewish philosopher, educator an.I
f&remost interpreter of Hasidic
thought to the Gentile world, died
Sunday at his home here. He was
87. He had been suffering from
general weakness for the past few
weeks I U wing an operation for
.1 broken leg suffered last spring
Prof Buber was born in Vienna
in 1878 and was raised by his grand-
lather Solomon Buber of Lvov who
first introduced him to Jewish stud
ies. He studied philosophy and his-
tory of art at the Universities of
Sienna. Leipzig. Berlin and Zurich
While still a student, he became ac
live in the Zionist movement as a
writer and edited the Viennese Zi-
onist newspaper. Die Welt. He was
also a founder and editor of the
Jewish Publishing House in Vienna,
the Judischer Yerlag. From 1916
to 1924 he edited De Jude. a period-
ical wh:ch he had founded and
which became the leading organ
German speaking Jews
From 1923 until his expulsion
from Germany by the Nazis in
1933, Prcf. Buber occupied the
chair of Jewish studies at the
University o f Frankfurt the
only such chair in all of Ger-
many. In 1938 following his settle-
ment in Palestine he became
Professor of Social Philosophy
at the Hebrew University in Jeru-
salem, a post he held until his
retirement in 1951 when he be-
came Professor Emeritus.
Prof. Buber achieved world
prominence for itroducing Hasidic
philosophy into German thought
and the philosophical schools of
Western Europe. His view that re-
ligion is a dialogue between God
and man and that self-realization
is achieved through perceiving the
Continued on Page 5-A
Israel Criticizes Dr. Goldmann
For Views on Jews in Russia
I Kir-TON (JTA) A Star of
David v ,,s one :l the liree relig
ivi it* ms which Major Edward
White to k with him on the Gem
"ii I flight last wtek along with his
ft How astronaut, Maj. .lames Mc
I"vi!! Maj White said hire this
in reporting on the bis-
day space flighl
Maj White said that be took the
David along with a St
ii r me ill and a gold ross
bis faith in himself in
io supported bun. in his
ion in. ; sule and in
Rabbi Morris Sherer, execu-
tive vice piesident of Aqu-
da'.h Israel of America, is
shown conqratulatinq Pres-
ident Johnson for the Admin-
istration's Education Aid Act
which will ab>o benefit Ye-
shivos. Scene took place at
the White House reception
tendered by the Frasident in
honor of those who helped
the passaqe of the education
bill. Rabbi Sheror has work-
ed on Caoitol Hill for educa-
tion legislation for many
yea:s.
fULl TtXT Of DR. GOIDMANMS SMTfMfN. SU PAGt 2-A
acter with she result that accusa
tions are being made against Ru-
JERUSALEM, (JTA) A storm
ol criticism against Dr. Nahura
G Idtnann for his view, on the
treatment of Jews in the Soviet
Union broke cut Sunday in .he Is
raeli press, while President s. Z.
Shazar and 1'rime Minister Lev!
Eshki 1 were reported as having
.allied Dr. Goldmann for explana-
tions.
Dr. Goldmann said at a press
conference in New York last
Thursday that protests against
Moscow 's d.-c i unin.it in against
Soviet Jews were necessary, but
he warne I mat "too often the prob-
lem is being distorted in its char-
910 which are not justified, and
which con only delay the solution
of :he problem, and even harm Sov-
iet Jewry."
Israel Government quarters
were surprised by Dr. Gold-
mann's statement and Israeli
efforts with regard to the rights
of Soviet Jews.
I eaders of the Organization for
Russian Jews sta ed that their re-
cent convention in Jerusalem was
not anti-Soviet, bul was convened
iOlelj tO impress the Soviet allthoi-
ities with the need to improve con-
drions of Jewish life in the USSR,
The Jerusalem Post. Davar. Ha-
boker, Henit, Maariv and other
daily newspapers in IsraeJ were
unanimous in their editorial crit-
icism of Dr. Goldmann's statement
in New York with regard to the
Soviet-Jewitf) problem. They also
criticized him for his views on
.-'Tab-.Iiewi-h relations expressed
during the same press conference
The Jerusalem Post, in its ed-
itorial, said that the timing of
Dr. Goldmann's statement, com-
ing in the w a k e of President
Continued on Page 2-A


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\i:\\ YORK (JTA) Dr. Na
Goldmann Monday Issued a
statement to the Jewish Telegraph'
h Agency declaring that ho does
i '>t understand whj his views on
the problem of securing full relig-
i us and cultural nuh:s lor the
Jews in the Soviet I'nion expressed
press conference here last
i,i-,lay cause "excitement."
He emphasized that "there can
_>e differences with regard to the
tactics, but to give the impres-
sion that I am against continuing
he efforts to safeguard the Jew-
shness of the 3,000,000 Jews in
Russia is unjust to me and dam-
ging the problem."
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aiement reads
"1 don't understand the excite-
ei i caused bj my statement with
i gard to thi' Soviet Jewish prob-
' m l full) approve the continued
. rts to arouse public opinion and
- matter of [act I was among
"ie first who did this by calling
lie Conference of Intellectuals se\-
ral sears ago in Paris and speak
i injr about the problem publish
1 again and again. All I want is that
Jewish and non-Jewi.-li public opin
on concentrate on the essential do
.nand for Soviet Jews to have the
same facilities to live U a national
and religious minority as the other
groups in I'SSR. l criticised the di-
, lortion of the eharacer ol the prob
' leni and warned that this may only
create difficulties for -i solution the problem
"This is the policy I have ad-
vocated for many years in many
public adresses and which was ap-
proved by many important Jew-
ish organizations. I understand
lhat there can be differences
with regard to the tactics, but to
give the impression that I am
against continuing the efforts to
safeguard the Jewishness of the
three million Jews in Russia is
unjust to me and damaging to
j the problem.
"With regard to the statement ol
,ihe Jewish Agenc) In Jerusalem.
I want to make it -lear .hat wi-
lier the Jewish Agency nor the
, Aorld Zionist Organization have
aken a position with regard to the
actics and methods used in our
ffOT.s to change the policy of the
Soviet Union with regard to Soviet
fewrj Resolutions ol Zionist Con
grosses have fonmuJaied our de
.Kinds and not only did I always
igree with these resolutions but l
i..d a hand in formulating them."
Egypt Pad
Is Studied
Continued from Page 1-A
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Cubs or Red China under the
crms of the focd agreement with
tie United States.

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'be Soviet Government on be-
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that Dr. Gold
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oubt over the influence of Arab
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nflicl The paper also warned
: led public statement re
.farding con'., ts itb certain North
\frican countries might do more
..r.n than help
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Paqe 3-A
Being briefed on current activities of Jewish Family and
Children's Service is Max V. Cogen (left) newly elected
president of the agency. Reporting are Leon D. Fisher (riqht)
JFCS executive director, and Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein, imme-
diate past president.
JFCS Elects
Max V. Cogen
As President
Max v Cogen has been elected
president .if Jewish Family and
Children'- Service for 1965-66 Co-
gen succeeds Mrs, Burton B. Gold-
stein, who has served for three
terms in the post.
Also on the slate are: Ben No-
vack and .Mrs. Charles Goldstein,
vice presidents; Joseph Gassen,
secretary; Mrs. Eugene Katz. treas
urer.
Nine new members of the board;
Mrs. Jack Courshon. Walters. Falk.
Jack Gaines. Melvin \. Greenberg,
Dr. Robert I.. Kaplan. Mrs Samuel
Mufson. Lawrence (.'. Porter, Dr
'Henry G. Ring and Robert Trau-
rig.
A reception for n e w officers,
board of directors and staff of the
agency was held .rune 8 in the home
of .Mrs. Goldstein.
* Thousands Attend
Eulogized By Prem
IERU8ALEM (JTA) Pres
'nit Salman 9hazar Prime Min
ister Levi Eshkol and members of
his Cabinet, Knesset Speaker Kad-
dish Luz, Justices ol the Supreme
ourt, non Jewish clergymen,
ers and pupils were among the
usands ol admirers who paid
ir la-t respects at funeral ser
. ..'s for Pi 'i Martin Buber, the
famed Jewish philosopher who
died at the age ol 8".
Eulogizing the eminent philoso-
pher at funeral services held on
the Hebrew University campus.
Premier Eshkol described Dr.
Buber as a "spiritual giant" who
would be mourned by all human-
ity.
He recalled that Dr Buber
joined the Zionist movement at its
beginning and that from the first,
his umphasi.- had been on educa-
tion as the basis for national re-
vivai and that generations of Zi-
onists ha in g&
Noting that while he was a man
"i the spirit he never divorced him-
-i If from the world ot deeds. Mr
kol Mid that although hi- viev s
sp^tSe
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Buber's Funeral;
ier Eshkol
were not always shared by all, all
knew thai thej sprang from com-
plete identification ith the roots
Ih ; i le and true intere
Prof Buber w i also eul >j lz I i>>
1 the lie
brew University, Prol N'athan ii->i
tenstrekh, rector ol the University,
and Dr, Yoel Rakah. fot mer reel
or,
With President Shazar, Premiei
Eshkol, Labor Minister Yigal All m,
Hebrew University president Fli
ahn Elath and Jewish National
Fund chairman Yaakov Tsur serv-
ing among the pall hearers, the
catafalque was taker from the Uni-
versity campus to the cemetery
where I>r Buber was aaain eulo-
gized by Prote*>ors Gershon Sha-
lom and Dr. Ernst Simon Faddish
was recited by Dr Ituber's son. Be.
fore the funeral services, Dr. Bu-
ber's body lay in state for two
hours at the Hebrew University
where classes were suspended.
Sen. Jacob K. Javits, New York
Republican, said in a Senate
speech in Washington memori-
alizing Martin Buber that "the
small flame that was the life of
Martin Buber has flickered and
died but the light he cast will
long continue to illuminate men's
lives."
The American | "ess carried long
reports on Professor Buber's death
and his role as one of the most
distinguished Jewish spiritual and
moral leaders The New York
Times said in an editorial: "If to-
day the ancient cold war between
the faiths Is being replaced by di-
alogue and friendly personal con-
frontation, much of the credit must
be given to Martin Buber. It was
he, with his doctrine of I-Thou'
personalism. who showed the way."
locofe Mass Grove of 40
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Trustee Joseph A. Garfield is
shown at the Garfield Wing, one of the first facilities to be
endowed by a trustee of the hospital. Plaque citation reads
"Exalted is he who gives completely. Goodness and mercy
shall follow him the rest of his days." President Harry L
Lewis has announced that a number of facilities are now
available for endowments.
LONDON (JTA) A mass
;rave containing the remains of
i".lews murdered bj the Nazis has aj ** x U i>
been discovered near Lodz, p land, mi ami an veTs Honorary Degree
.I cording to a r< porl in the Polish
Government newspaper Zicie
iVi szawj
The report said that police au
es found German rifle shells
the scraps ol < lothing, shoi -
and bones in thi grave Officials
are continuing to explore the re-
gion in the belie! thai other mass
graves maj be found.
Miami.in Arthur A L'ngar I r of Laws degree in reco i
neer businessman, received an of his "unselfish devotion to th<
honorsrj degree from the '
sity "i Miami during commence
nieni ceremonies for the 1961
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Volume 38 Number 25
Friday. June 18. 1965
18 Sivan 5725
BnaiB'rith District
Convention June 20-23
A Coral Gables resident, lonq
known in fraternal circles here, will
tak6 over as president of District 5
E ncd B nth durinq the district's 89th
annual convention at the Eden Roc
Hotel starting Sunday. June 20, con-
tinuing throuah Wednesday, June 23.
See Page 1-A; 8-9-AJ He is Samuel
Nieberg, scheduled for installation
al c bcnquet on Wednesdav even-
by Harry S. Wender, of Wash-
ington, D.C., immediate past vice
president of the Supreme Lodge.
Miami also has cause to be proud
the toastmaster of the installation
banquet, E. Albert Pallot, who was
ntly elected Supreme Lodce vice
' at the triennial conference
th held last mon n Is-
h m th lei
will itsun es of dii n at
district com
loseph B. Go: president of
host South Flonda Council of
B'rith Lodges, and Eii Hurwitz,
Council past president, both of whom
. co-chair the Sunday evening opening ses-
sion, other highlights include the appearance
o: Richard McCormack, of Washington, assis-
tant director of the Office of Economic Oppor-
tunity Authority, which implements the anti-
poverty program of President Johnson.
Spicing the gathering will be the appear-
ance of the newly-elected president of the Su-
preme Lodge, Dr. William A. Wexler, of Sa-
vannah, Ga.; while the record of B'nai B'rith's
manifold achievements will be spelled out in
a discussion of its programs during the ses-
sions, as well as in the awards presented to
members who have scored noteworthy accom-
plishments in their affiliation with District
Grand Lodge 5 a B'nai B'rith unit of laud-
able proportion, including 115 lodges in Mary-
land. Virginia. North and South Carolina, Flor-
ida, Georgia and the District of Columbia.
Jointly with the 89th annual convention,
B'nai B'rith Women of the District will mark
their 25th anniversary. (See Page 1-B.) The
June 20 to 23 function is welcomed to our com-
munity. It should prove both interesting and
informative.
Confusion of Major Issues
The Rabbinical Council of America, meet-
ing in Fallsburgh, N.Y., several weeks ago,
heard its reelected president. Rabbi Israel Mil-
ler, implore the leaders of Conservative and
Reform Judaism to refrain from introducing
ii religious programs into Israel.
As Rabbi Miller assured the Council, "the
overwhelming majority of the Jewish people
in the world" still practice "their religion in
accordance with Orthodox Judaism."
Rabbi Miiler must have statistical proof
of his assertion, but it is not clear why the one
issue has anything to do with the other. If
Orthodox Judaism is. indeed, as strong as he
declares, there should be no fear on the Coun-
cil's part for the potential activities of the Con-
servative and Reform movements in Israel.
To compound the confusion even more. Dr.
Zorah Warhaftig, Israel's Minister of Religious
Affairs, told the convention that Orthodoxy is
an "integral part" of religious life in his coun-
try, and that neither Conservative nor Reform
Judaism is striking roots there.
Orthodoxy is, indeed, an integral part of
Israel's religious life. This is true, if only by
law. But it suggests an overwhelming Ortho-
dox religious consciousness among the major-
ity of Israelis, which experience shows is
simply not so. Israeli nationalism seems more
rooted in history; and to the extent that the
past is "religious," most Jews there are relig-
iously oriented, with the Orthodoxy rnerelv a
gratuitous cppellation Dr. Warhaftig has used
to make his point.
None of this implies that there are not. of
course, many Israelis who practice Orthodox
Judaism in the modern sense of the term. But
it is mainly semantics to argue otherwise, just
as it is false assurance to declare that neither
Conservative nor Reform Judaism is active in
Israel. Such may be true today; it is not
necessarily true tomorow, particularly as the
magnificent Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations' synagogue in Jerusalem already
implies.
Besides, it makes Dr. Warhaftig's final as-
sertion that there "is complete, uninhibited and
unrestrained religious liberty in Israel" sound
very hollow indeed. If nothing else, the coun-
try's marriage and divorce laws say other-
wise. This is meant neither as criticism of the
laws nor as comment upon Orthodoxy, Con-
servatism or Reform Judaism in Israel. It is
rather putting to guestion both Rabbi Miller's
and Dr. Warhaftig's need to make assertions
that do nothing for the Jews of Israel but
that can dangerously confuse the understand-
. iug of Jews in America.
Chancellor Erhard's Visit
West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard
came to the U.S. for a visit during one of our
busy moments. The nation was enthralled by
its astronauts, confused by Viet Nam and the
Dominican Republic, and in the continuing
throes of a civil rights crossfire.
Chancellor Erhard could at least take some
satisfaction in the honorary degree he received
at Columbia University, even if the enthrall-
ment and confusion otherwise tended to blunt
the knowledge of his presence among us.
How he reacted to a visit by a delegation
from the Amrican Jewish Committee, headed
by Committee's president, Morris B. Abram. is
still another matter.
But the Chancellor was told in no uncer-
tain terms that a significant portion of the
American Jewish community regards the West
German recent extension of the Statute of Lim-
itations on Nazi war criminals as a mere ges-
ture, while at the same time suggesting that
Bonn enter more actively into the work of re-
solving such Middle East issues as Israel's
security particularly via a solution of the
problem of the presence of German scientists
in Egypt.
Otherwise, we trust. Dr. Erhard had a
peaceful stay among us.
By A. I. BOTNICK
ADL Bulletin
THE MIMEOGRAPHED sheet was distributer! to ncarlv everv
home in Bogalusa. Its heading said "Published by the Original
Ku Khix Klan of Louisiana." Its subject was a local meeting at
which former Arkansas Congressman Brooks Hays was scheduled to
speak on community relations. It purpose was "to give the f||||
story concerning this meeting."
The full story" KKK style, included a description of Ha\. a, a
traitor to the South" for helping "to put nine little niggers into
white schools" in Little Rock. Ark The meeting, aeeordu.^ ,|,P
leaflet, "will try to convince you that you should help Intei ration
(sic) by sitting in Church with the black man. hiring more of them in
your business, serving and eating with them in your cafes, inri al-
lowing your children to Bit by filty (sic), runny-nosed, ragged ugh
little niggers in your public schools."
The leaflet concluded with a warning that because the Klan
is a secret organization with members "in every COITceivah
neat" in-BrrgimrsB "we will know thr" names of all who an
to the Brooks Hays meeting those who do attend will
a> Intergrationista (sic) and will be dealt with according!;
Knights of the Ku Klux Klan "
THI KLAN KN{W IVWYTHING
THE MEETING HAD been planned bj three Bogalusa mil
' local newspaper editor an attorney, and the manager
owner of radi WBOX Hays considered a mm!, i
speak "ii the experiences ol Southern cities faced with integ
Within hours after the planning committee had met, all
in get \ i< ious si i' phone calls It that the Klan. in
everything Neither the meeting its time or placi
nounced publicly. In the days and weeks that followed, cr.....
burned i thi mmitte< mi lawns rocks were to
window s. their lives w< re threat) ned.
From i*i timing ol incidents it was obvious that I
caret when thej left tl
when they arrived at work and even when the) retired foi
iii_; I hi : and I ho leaflei bj the K
enou h to guarantei that th< I la) talk wi .. : ha\ e i
The mi etinj i '
Harassment
Ralph Blumb" mists
ed his death ai i anl Am >n teli callers told his
the couple two children would be killed At th< -
,'ertisers began to rci
isinesses would lie boycotted ii the)
the radio station \> art) 60 percent cancelled.
CAR WINDOWS Wffff SMASHID
as adl regional director, I went to Bogalusa to dis tf
^ situation. My car was parked In front of the WBOX office
ear bad no identification on it. but just being there was enout
when I lett at the end of the uay. 1 tound all lour tire* nan Beta ill
flated.
Blumberg. during this period, met with members ot tin
They denied Knowing anything about the campaign against in.
lor a wane alter the meetings, the calls to advertisers stop
Suddenly, however, tor no apparent reason. Blum berg's i.n win
dows were smithed, nails were unveil into bit Urea and ttii i
began again, this Umc in overwhelming numbers One adv.:
received j7. anotner it. another bad mil' call every two minutes for
over an hour. The results were devastating. All but six of the Th to
75 advertisers withdrew,
Aiuiough faced with financial ruin as well at possible ph)
harm to tuinsed and ins laiim.v. iiiumoeig reiuseu to oe run i
to remain silent.
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STATION EXPANDS ITS COMMfNTS
' yjBOX WILL CONTINUE to operate without any of its sjk.ii- .rs."
" an aiuiuuuccniiiit informed listeners. "Heavy haraaami
our clients has lorccd" all advertising oil the air. This vicious .i
to run VtiiOX out of business hasn't succeeded yet and the Itati
continuing to fight with everything at its command to preset.. ;ne
rights ano digmiv of any businessman in the free enterprise system
ot America. If we allow ourselves to be controlled by an um
fiable organized group then we are all putting ourselves out il
ness "
The next day. WBOX expanded its comments, urging res
of Bogalusa to "stand up together ami be heard'' against thi
sures ut Intimidation. Several days later, six bullet boles
in the WBOX transmitter station
From ADL's New Orleans regional office, various news i
were male aware '! Blumberg's one man stand Other i
gional offices alerted n< *s media in their areas NBI ai
ated Press picked up t;.i stor) ["wo Newark radio statioi
the National Associal Broadcasters to provide cash
keep WBOX \ Nev Vork merchants aroui
town West Busn \ ation i ame to Bl in bei
basing 111 i hi commercials consist
of the Preamble to thi Constitution
In the meantime fearini for the safety ol their childn
Blumbergs had si nl thi m to sta> with relatives in Si Louis
few days, the) were brought home "because I realized that i
was exactly what the Klan wanted me to do," Mrs Brumrx
I The children had stayed, too. in my home in New Orleans
now spend much of their tune with different family friends in I
lusa Mrs Blumberg sits in her car outside o| ihe school plav
during recess periods acting as her own policeman.
The attitude of the townspeoph wa~ perhaps expected, bul
thi less difficult to accept
"They say they don't want to get involved." Blumber
with some bitterness, "but the) don't realize that what's happ
to me can happen to them next They think that III just be ru
of town and Hun everything will return to normal."
Blumberg is certain the Klan is hia tormentor, hoping '
an example of him in order to keep others in line But he
he has no prool Although he and handful of other model n
still not safe from persecution, there is hope that a new da)
dawning foi B The city, on the Mississippi bordei ha
called an extension of tin neighboring state winch is generallj
acterized by its Never' brand of racism
Meanwhih Ralph Blum ben stand, courageous but solil i
"ii He vows tO "fight it out as long as 1 can



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Page 5-A
Moms Lapidus (seated) studies plans with officers of the
YM-YWHA here. Standing (left to right) are Jack Kat^man.
co-chairman of the "Y" House Committee, an electrcal en-
gineer. Jack Schenkman, co-chairman of the "Y" House Com-
mittee and prominent builder; and Paul Faske, president of
the ';'," industrialist.
Lapidus Heads YM HA Architecture
Intt i lalionalh renou ncd archi-
tect. Morris Lapidus, has accepted
the chairmanship if the Archi-
tectural Committee of the YM-
WHA Oi Greater Miami Develop
ment Fi nd.
Paul Faske. president of the
"Y." ir making the announce
ment said that Lapidus has also
been v( ted unanimously as a mem-
ber Oi tiM "Y" board
Tht VM-WHA hs just launched
$2.5 million campaign to build
new facilities in Miami Beach
and North Miami, and to aug-
ment its recently-acquired site
at 8S0C SW 8th St.
in accepting the post. lapidus
said mat "architecture is the
shape OJ things to come and the
mirror (.' the past. It should be
poasiblt to embodj in structural
form ;i fusion of the solemnity of
the Jewish tradition with the
questi;.;. eagerness tor the rear
firmatx n of and adaptation of
Jewish heritage to niodin times.
Buildings functionally dedi-
cated to providing a background
for Jewish activity, as communal
i enters do, must by their own con-
struction provide a natural set-
ting in which modern Jewish lei-
sure-activity is at home with its
past."
Born in Russia. Lapidus came to
the United States at an early age.
He received his B.\ in architecture
at Columbia University in 1927.
His lectures and articles on mod-
ern design are considered basic
textbook material and have been
published in the United states.
South America. France. England
and Germany.
Lapidus has been architect for
the Sans Souci, Fontainebleau,
Eden Roc and Americana Hotels
on Miami Beach. He has also
done the Summit Americana,
Sheraton Motor Inn and Loewe's
Motor Lodge, all in New York
City, as well as the International
Inn and Skyline Inn in Washing-
ton.
Other of his buildings are in
Jamaica. BAN.I., and Aruba and
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Prof. Buber Dies in Israel
Continued from Page 1-A
livine Presence in one's relation
ship to the world and his fellow
man had .1 d< 1 p tel on the
philosophical writing and thinking
4 post World War 11 intellectuals.
During Mie I950's, Bubei 's books I
and Thou." "Between Man and
Man," "Tales ol the Hasidim" and
ithers, enjoyed a widespread vogue
among students in France. Eng-
land and the United .States.
In Israel, Prof. Buber joined
forces with the late Dr. Judah
Magnes and other spiritual Zion-
ists in advocating a peaceful at-
titude towards the Arabs and the
establishment of Palestine as a
bi-national Arab-Jewish State
guaranteeing equality to both
Jews and Arabs.
lie was instrumental in founding
tii Ihmi movement which sought a
rapprochement with the Arabs and
stressed the need to preserve the
ultural integrity of the Middle
East by retaining distinctly Semitic
characteristics as opposed to the
influence ol what were considered
alien and synthetic European val-
ues.
In addition to his works on Hasid-
ic r-hought and the history of llasid-
i.sm. Prof. Buber was the author of
numerous books on the Bible, Jew-
ish and general philosophy, tl
and Zionist theorj i n
with th'1 late German-Jewish phil-
0! j tier F r a n / Rosenzweig he
achieved fche monumental task of
'1 anslating the old T< rtamenl to
Gei man during the yeai 1926-37.
During his lifetime Martin Bu-
ber was honored by many of the
world's leading universities and
learned societies.
He held honorary degrees from
the Hebrew University, the Hebrew
Union College, the Sorbonne and
the New School for Social Research.
He was a visiting guest professor
at several universities in France.
Scandinavia, England, the Neth-
erlands and the United States and
set off a widespread controversy by
returning to Germany after the war
to lecture
Although he retired from teach
ing at the Hebrew University in
1951 he never lost touch with Is-
rael's students and was always
accessible for consultation. Two
years ago on his 85th birthday the
students of the Hebrew University
paid tribute to their revered teach-
er by holding a moving torch light
parade outside his home in Jeru-
salem.
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Friday. June 18,
1965
Ninth grade graduating class of the Hebrew Academy are
seated (left to right) Fanny Behar, Susan Roth, ludy Rubin,
Esther Azulay, Gilah Berger, Tobi Firtel, Hedy Morgenthau,
and Miriam Melnick. Standing (first row) are Harris Lerner,
^abbi Morris L. Horovitz, assistant principal. Barry Moss, Mit-
chell Kellner, Larry Kucznynski, Raananah Swirsky, Miriam don Weiss.
Greenberg, Diane Saltz, Melvin Farber, James Resnikowitz,
Howard Bienenield. Robert Greenberq. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, principal, and Ryan Dearr. Standing (top row) are
Steven Shantzis, David Greenberg, Richard Kagan, Esther
Babouri, Melinda Phillips. Zvi Honor, Mark Schickman, Shel-
Florida Bar Elects Judge Sam Silver
< hesterfk Id II Smith, preside! I
the Florida Bar, announcai tho
lion oi Sani I Silver, president
Count y Bar \sao i.ition,
ink .1 Kelly, Charles A. Kim
/v. both former presidents ol
e Dade Count) Bar Asa elation,
. iit
the Relations with Uedical Proles-
> 'I Committee <>f the Association,
ovemora. wb
moists ol 39 members from the
aits "i the su
- ives fron Dade County,
Ith Judi< ial Circuit ol Florida
Appointments were made under
i i-in ruling oi thi- Supreme
i of Florida providing for an
from three to seven mem
b*r.> fr< m Dade C unty on the
1 d ol Governors oi The Florida
Bar
'I he thn e i embei from Dad<
lave been serving are William
Mehrtens. recently nominated
. | pointmenl to the VS. Dis-
Couti bench here, Harry Zu-
ick, Miami Beach attorney "'ho
:- i mmittee chairman ol the Flor-
ir i mventi in u 'Utg hew nere
June 16 to 18, and William P.
i. Miami attorne)
Silver, who ill give the welcom
i al '
ion on behaH of the i a i ntj Bar Association, is secre
d >; directors i I
I'...nk ol Miami and
i leneral
I for the Bank lh- i- past
y of Mi
I ...'A s, hi .'l Alumni Assot ..i
, as rccentlj elected an hi
National Le
itj Phi Alpha Delta,
tified he ill l
th< next publication i I
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i i l\ -i rve as president
H nai B rith is a trustee of the
Tel Aviv Mayor in U.S.A.
\I'V, YORK JTA rhe Citj
Yi in official wel
Mori da; to the Mayor oi Tel
Mordechai N'amir, and to the
I'-idont ol l v. i\ Universit).
Anti-Defamation League, a former
member of the board ol trustees,
Dade Counts Public School System,
and is a past president of the Mu-
nicipal Judges Association of Dade
County.
He is serving on a committee od
three judges appointed b) Lew-is
F. Powell Jr. president of the
American Bar Association, in a na-
tionwide eaaaj contest limited to
lawyer-members of the American
Bar Association
The American Bar Ass station
lias 119,000 members, the Florida
Bar has 9.000 members and the
Padr Count) Bar Association has
l 400 members
On Monday, at its luncheon meet*
ing in the Everglades Hotel, the
Dade County Bar Association will
hear the report of President Silver
covering fiscal year 1964-63. Incom-
president, Edward .' Atkins.
will present a plaque to Judge
Silver "in appreciation oi bis Mr-
vices .is president."
Treasurer .Michael Shi res, round
ut his nth year in thai office.
will present a report on finances
During the pas', several months
co-chairmen M Luther Marshon
and Stanle) C. Myers have been
Israel's Trade Balance Up
nkw York (JTA) Israel's
trade balance improved by S44 mil
lion or 'Mi percent in the first four
months of 1965, Dr David Horo
wiu Governor Oi the Bank of Is
raid, declared here at a dinner
meeting oi the Israel Bond Organ!
zation executive committee
Academy Grads
Visit Washington
Following graduation ex<
for ninth grade students of Hebrew
Academy of Greater m i a m
Wednesdav evening. 25 of tin grad
uate.s will leave on Thursda i
Washington, DC.
The students will visit th, ru
LiOn'S capitol vi ith Ili'hre,. \
ii v principal Rabbi Alexaid
Gross and ninth grade parent
Jerome BiemoMd and Mrs \i,,r
!' Moss. They will tour Washing
ton until June 16.
1'ie-i lent of the grad
etnas, Larry Kuczvusky planned ii
trip with the ninth grade WTJ ,
ments committee menilx-rv Mark
S( hickman. Melvin Farber Mr,
chell Kelbier and Cbaim Sw
The trip was Hnanced I
graduating class through
dees, paper d r i v e ir
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AJC Trends Director Local Chapter Guest
Page 7-A
Milton Ellerin, rtirei < r of the
rid Analysis Dh -i tn, Amerh an
i i li Committee institute I
Human Rela :<> t, will be m si
!'< aker Mondaj, 8 p m i the Du-
onl Plaza Moid. Bllerin's topic
Extremism," is one with which
he is very familiar in hia capacit)
.i- director of the division which
maintains records on individuals
11 d events that have a bearing on
racist, nationalist, anti-Semitic and
anti-Democratic developments in
Che country, a n d analyzes trends
i ndmovements In these fields.
As guest ol the Greater Miami
Chapter, AJC, Ellerin will also
work with Hie Chapter in develop-
ing programs to conteract the el
fects ol such anti-Democratic
l: mips
Mr. Kllerm is a graduate f the
George Washington University Law
School, and a member of the Bar.


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Arrest 7 Arabs
Continued from Page 1-A
the Eg) ptian officers
^B) ( ii on .1 motor launch
who came
The> were
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! that the) furnished and were
I ivi n further assignements
Police said that Sabage hang-
ed himself with a special surgi-
cal belt he wore.
Just a si
revolution!
Big Change in...
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v h ''*< Ft (I ral Bure.....I
v< >ligation f ,,-. five of
which wi re in the capacit) ol a
special agent.
In 1946 he resigni d from the FBI
to organize In.- own research agen-
< >
In 1!48. Ellerin joined the pro
f ssional staff ol the Anti-Defama
tion League of B'nai B'rith, as di-
rector of Pact-Finding for (he Met-
ropolitan New York area. In 1951
he became the Leagues National
Fact-Finding Director, serving un-
til Jan.. 1964. when he resigned
to join the staff ol the American
Jewish Committee,
Ellerin has written articles on
various phases of organized anti-
Semitism and recently completed a
book for teenagers on the history
Oi Scotland Yard
Ellerin wiU also meet with the
r i o w a rd Section, AJC in Holly-
wood, on Tuesday. His topic will
be "Extremism: A Post Election
Anal)
President of the Greater Miami
pter is Mrs. Charles n Finkel
stein, and chairman of the Brow,
aid Section i- Ral bi Samuel /.
Jaffe
Samuel Gitlen confirmation class was con-
firmed recently at Temple Tifereth
Israel. A reception was given for confirm-
ands in the Social Hall after the services.
Rabbi Henry B. Wernick officiated at the
services. Contirmands are 'top row) Jay I:
shin, Gail Goldfarb, Rabbi Wernick, Arm
Querido and Edward Cardone. Bottom rov
are Joel Herman, Joel Prince. Barbara Golc
berg, Sara Hanono, Jeffrey Karsh.
II,- ramil) had be< n ii iendl)
with the Golomb family and S i
- father had even ai ivi\ in I i
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B'nai BVith District Convention Here
Sessions Set Sunday
Through W ednesday
At Eden Roe on Beach
Confirmed from Page 1-A
June 21, will be the newly-
cted president of B'nai B'rith.
Willi.ru A Wexler, of savan-
nah, Ga. Long active on the na-
tional Jewish scene. Dr. Wexler
was installed as president of the
Order by Justice Arthur Gold-
berg, of the United Stales Su-
preme Court, in Tel Aviv last May
28. succeeding Label Katz. of
New Orleans.
Dr. Wexler brings with him an
impressive background of lead
ership in hmh office. He is a past
president of the district, and a
past vice president of the Order.
He has served B'nai B'rith as a
member of t.he Executive Com-
mittee of the International Coun-
cil, and just completed a six-year
term as national membership
chairman, long active in the fight
for civil rights, Dr. Wexler is a
iver of the Civil Rights Com-
mit, ee of the Anti-Defamation
League, member of the AD1. Na-
tional Finance Cabinet, and
achieved national recognition in
1963. when he mortgaged his home
to put up bail for a young civil
rights worker jailed during a
demonstration in Savannah.
Dr. Wexler is a member of the
National Campaign Cabinet of the
United Jewish Appeal and also
active in the National Jewish Wei
fare Board. In addition to the
luncheon address of Monday, Dr.
Wexler will present to District
Past President Edward Rosen-
blum. of Washington. D.C., a
Youth Fellowship Award on Sun-
day evening.
25th ANNIVERSARY PAGE IB
Women's Units Name
Delegates to Gathering
Women from Miami who will at- Fin. .-.- i .
.in. Mary l.urt.
the 25th anniversary COnvei
lion of District 5. B'nai B'rith
nen, at the Eden Roc Motel
:rom June 20 to 23 are the follow-
District 5 representatives at
I Mesdames Harold Feldman.
Newton Hofstadter. Nat H Levy
M ,:rni> Skup.
Anne Frank Chapter \\
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nat*f>, Mi
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Cnai Chapter Mi ..
Ma> Kern, Minn Hi
F -., -I! l

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M i> Sid Iviii
IHeli-n Hiiffmai

Coral Cablet Chapter Mm li
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K Matin S .
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VI.,.
Ki-u mark, I .
S..... V VV I
Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter VI.
| i-rtrudi
II bei i Nathan Mai i--
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..,!. m, >.Lini. i:. ;.
r t Haber, laadori
Va i n Thali Mr- Ah vv
Emma Lazarus Chapter -
bfai Hlum
Flamingo Chapter \|.
I'i- r Otto I I...
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,t. Mi-- male p
Freedom ChapterM.-.-.l., m. -
..I A bra ma, liernard An-:.
M i Haj .. .1 Roa. n
mati --. .\t. Miami '/. Ida !. vin,
s. |. ..^ i/. Mian K in Sti
Gilbert J. Balkin Chapter Men-
I. eth l. I'.' n i,. I: ibi i
.in. Max Hodes, Jnel K l*ln i an,
. Idem.
Aitern&tes, Maadamt*n Hei rl
a-i .(< Perlman, Wernei Hummel
Harmony Chapter Mewlamri I.. -
in- Idem, .in' k l'. nla, Ji annc
I man, < ;-! ?.-. I Slnalx r,

Alternate!, Meadamei Henrietta
f. ALBERT PALLOT
Supreme Lodge rice president
SAMUU NILBfRG
ear District J president
DR. WILLIAM WXf
international president
Sessions to Feature Noted
Personalities in Jewish Life
MatikvAh Chapter Mi-*dame*
- I lavid I'-K n '' IN :
:. ',. |e I
thel
\ [l VI i An. V I .
M -- I, ... I ml.in. Ml w
vi Kit a
Menorah Chapter \l. la mi 1
.1 III rjj.iir In
vi, Sa i

\ n .:. VI. Hdan ti Lillian E
n< \ i
Miami ChapteiM-.l rnes \rtl .'
Mr. I. in k I \i\ il A
II.
!., ... Harr> i:
i Mr* In in.- .. I a
Miami Beach Chapter
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VV he) i -
Vlli :-..- M Mi -
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No.'h D.'de Chapter VI. -
Vrt H V!,,\
AH. 11... vi.~ii.ui,. Uli-hai il Co
ii i lei .!! !. v in.
.in. I .1 nt Koaenthal, liar: Dick
i
North Shore Chapter Mendamea
Kcivvai \- i ..I .I... i'. in .....
i.- in, Bddj. N. mark, An
Smith, hett> Teitelbaum, Ira v
Kdj i n '/.. i man.
\ i .,-. VI. i -. .. \|
1 '..!. Hoffman, l>nil Lew h,
Ann 1.. -. .mi n. I....... Roln '-. Wll-
ii.llli I;.... r, .
Shalom Chapter Meadamei Ma k
l-" ; n- it. -i.i. nt. Htanle) Riwenbertr,
I..ui Sherman, Marl n Sternbera
-. Mr* ,vji tun
vi-- Mark Rubin
Shoahana Chapter Mesdamra
Morton Artio, ll.,/. l Daniels, ;!..;-
.i. in, Ktiy i iarret, Sinn], > Goldl
H< rberl Kal
nati i. Mi adami.- .i... k Lam -
- Gerald Man ua, Julian S i ron,
I SlUne) Hchleaaer, Dan SehiK-ken
Sunshine Chapter Meadamei
Bel -i. in. Morrta Hi rnati in.
I rank Burg, prealdi nt, Thomas Pried
i ..il .I.i- k 1 > (J.'l.ll.. rsj, M,,i ri< VVU-
vii. rnati s. Meadame* Sylvia Banks,
ii ; Bredt, .1;.. k I t. -n. r, Joe in -
lane, Lillian Jac-obl, it.--.- Rabson
Wet Miami Chapter Meadamei
Marie QoldberK, Harr) Uordon. liv
Isaacson, orealdent, Louli /.. .
E. Albert Pallot, of Miami. Wll
elected Supreme Lodge vice pres
ident at the trienniel of B'nai
B'rith just concluded in Israel,
along with Jack J. Jenkins, of
Washington. D.C., who was elect-
ed a district representative to
the Supreme Lodge Board of Gov-
ernors. A comprehensive report
of the activities resolution*, and
constitutional amendments pass-
ed at the tnenniel will be present
ed to delegates at the District 5
convention in the Eden Roc Hotel
on June 20 to 23 In addition. Pal-
lot will Ik- toastmaster at the in-
stallation banquet to in- held on
Wednesday night. June 23.
Samuel Nieberg. of Coral Ca-
i' will !> installed district
president by former Supreme
Lodge Vice President ii.irrv s
V.. :; :> : \v !r: '..- |i i' Nie
Iht^ is ,i past president of t'oral
Gables Lodge, a former president
of the Florida state Federation
and has been active for many
years on the district level in
'ion for his new position,
he has served a- district chair-
man fir Membership. Member-
ship Retention, and Service Fund
Committees' (hiring the past three
years
Awards luncheon
An annual highlight of the con-
vention i- the Awards Luncheon
when outstanding lodges and
members are cited Awards Chair-
man Jay llarkowitz, of Tampa
Fla will make the presentation
to outstanding lodges in various
membership categories and also
present placpjes to outstanding
lodge presidents and the two
members who have been selected
as the "Outstanding Hen Brith of
Newly-elected president of B'nai B rith, Dr. William A. Wexler
left), chats with Prime Minister of Israel Levi Eshkol, follow-
ing Dr. Wexler's election at the B'nai B'rith triennial conven-
tion held at the end of May in Israel.
NTIQN
Dr. William A. Wexler (right), of Savannah. Gc, newly-e.ected
president of B'nai B'rith. grins as his predecessor. Label A.
Katz. of New Orleans, La., announces Dr. Wexler's led
victory at the triennial convention oi the oiacnizatici
recently in Israel.
the Year.'' In addition, members
who have helped in the formation
of new lodges will receive natii n
al awards from Joe Han hrow, of
Wilson \ C who is a member of
the \.,t onal Memberrhip Cabn I
Outgoin National Com mis -." rs
will receive plaques ol common
(iation from Executive S.eretaiv
Arnold 1) Ellison
Meeting f .ill Distru t Standin :
Con i ttees v-. ill be held on Mon
daj afb moon, .tune 21 In addi-
tion to committee chairmen,
nu mbers of the Supreme !-
professional staff will be pr< -
ent for guidance ami consultation
Another highlighi will be the tr.i
ditional workshop mi leadership
training which will be conducted
by Maurice Steinberg, district
past pn sident, of Augusta, Ga .
on Monda; -... % June !
I In- r. i -/. i ] of d< at< -
and alternati I sar>
vi- .lay night, June 19. >p-i
under the r nship '
Zuckermai i ham M i
aided bj ol '
I-l. rida Co..-1 il ol B iu
! i: -... m
elude by no oi Monda) I
Upton Preside i
Ml i-u-ine-- -i ssions '
m II be presidi d over bj
bent President Robert I Lipton,
Of Durham, Ni and inj mem-
ber of b'i B rith,
ate or ni I is invited '
lend Ticktt- for adm
the hint hi it* recepl
l anquet will <* availal
F^len Roc HoU
EARLIEST RECORDS NOTE CONVENTION IN 1870
District 5 History Way Back
The earliest record of District
Grand Lodge 5, B'nai B'rith. is
the convention of 1870. On Nov.
24. 1867. the district had been in-
stituted in Baltimore. Md.. by Ju-
lius Bien, grand saar of Consti-
tution Grand Lodge. At this
time, there were six lodges, five
in the city of Baltimore and one
in Washington DC. These were
Jedid)ah No 7. Hasmonea No
45. Elijah No 50 (Washingtoni.
King David No. 60. Mendelesohn
No. 74. and Gabriel Reiser No.
75. Total membership was 250
By the end of 1879, three new
lodges had been addedPotomac
No i()4. in Georgetown, D.C.;
Grace Agullar No. 117. in Wash
ington; and Covenant No, 125, in
Baltimore The membership had
now risen to 74fi
The in -t lodge outside of the
cities of Baltimor. and Washing
ton to ome into being in District
Grand Ixxlge was B'er Chajim
No. 177. of Cumberland. Md in-
stituted Mar 17. 1872. with 27
members The first lodge out of
the State of Maryland or the Dis
trict of Columbia was West Vir-
ginia Lodge No 203. of Wheel
ing. Wl.Va which was then part
of the district. It received its
charter on Sept 17, 1873.
Membership Grows
In March. 1874. the Executive
Committee of the Order ma le a
reassignment of territory be-
tween Districts 3 and 5 Four
''''n lodges m ii. isl) oi ganized
under District Grand Lodge :t in
the States of \ I-. in North
Carolina sum, Carolina and
l"'"1- transferred to Dis-
trie! Grand Lodge 5 and District
:t took over the State of West

Virginia, then having i
lodge in Wheeling
With this change, the following
lodges becamt a part ol District
Grand Lodge 5Rimnw So 68
in Richmond. \a ; Benjamin No
69. in Richmom:. Va Joseph No
76. Savannah. Ga : Columbus Ni
77. Columbus Ga ; Dai v-
Charleston E ( Ohm ih N"
119. Augusta. Ga.; Malachi No.
146. Macon. i,;i ; Micf No 147,
Albany. Ga Gaia No >H Col
umbia. St Maon Ni Nl"
folk. Va : Elah No 204 I irrison
burg. \'a ; am: Geor) 207,
Thomasville 1
Thus. IHMr.it Crai
gained tiki new mem in '^
new I il mi
bership of ; :: and
I'.v the 1874 c
lodges vi 111 > har
Continued en Fellowinj 3*9*


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Friday. June 18. 1965
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Paqe 9-A
9 History of District 5
,
Con'inued from Preceding Page
ii:'-. Va Savannah, <;.,
'.. ilmin [ton, N.C Rii hmon I, Va .
-I'lr g, \ a so thai by
ru end of the j ar, there
.'" lodges with .. total in.
ship of 1.904
The lily hi Baltirni re was "in
. ally designated as Ihe seal of
the Grand Lodge, and m ii! Oct
1, 1874. the District Grand l
occupied the famous i ov<
Hall, at the southeast corn* i i
I exington and Howard
a hero all the Baltimore l<
met.
For the first levi n yens, the
District Grand I-odcc met quar-
terly. Until 187(1. the per capita
i nes to the Grand Lodge was 7vs
cents, when it was raised to 12'j
cents. In 1875. it was raisd to
2b cents per capita, and follow-
ing a gradual but steady incline
ever the ensuing decades, has
now reached the figure of $12 per
capita.
Current figures
Excepting the fifth annual
meeting, all annual meetings of
the District Grand Lodge were
held in Baltimore. In 1896. the
convention was held in Atlanta.
G> and thereafter the meetings
were held in other cities in the
district. Visiting every section
of the South, conventions were
held annually from 1867 to 1886.
ROBERT UPTON
outgoing District president
skipped the year of 1887. met in
1888 and 1889. Meetings were
changed to bi-annual events from
1889-1901. resuming annual meet-
ings in 1902. Since that time,
annual meetings have been held.
except during the war years of
1918 and 1944. Of interest aLso
is the fact that on Apr. 4. 1888.
District Grand Lodge 5 received
a charter from the State of Mary-
land.
By the end of 1893 .after which
records for many years are not
available there were IS lodges
with a membership exceeding
2.600 Four of the earlier lo
had yen.' out of existi i i i
Currently, there are 114 lodges
with a membership of over 13,
i(M> We have seen the birth of
many new lodges in the past
three years with a concentrated
pro ram under way to create
still more Greater Miami boasts
17 lodges, metropolitan Washing-
ton chartered its 18lh lodgi in
the sprint.' of 1965. an Baltil
has crown from six to 12 lo
within the past two yens In the
way of activities, the district is
in a healthv condition. There
are 26 llillel units, of which sev-
en are full foundations, with at
least one in each state. Four re-
gional BBYO officers are main
tained in the district and super
vised from the District BBYO
director's headquarters in Atlan-
ta. Ga. They serve over 120
BBYO chapters with a total
youth membership of over 4.250.
Important work is being done in
Anti-Defamation League through
four regional offices, with an
overall coordinator located in At-
lanta. Ga. The office of the Dis-
trict Executive Secretary is also
located in Atlanta. Valuable pro-
grams are being carried out in
Vocational Service. Israel. Com-
munity Activities and many
other areas of service projects.
Food Fair employees are honored by the 1965
Combined Jewish Appeal "for an outstandinq
employees' drive on behali of the annual cam-
pair< onencies both at home and over-
seas." Cited in the presentation at Food Fair
Headquarters are (left to right) Martin Good-
man, Eric Jacobsen. William Ross, Ben Silver.
Mrs. Lillian Glover and Fred Lofland. Arthur
S. Rosichan, executive director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and CJA. made the
presentation.
> 1
Another outstanding U June *
MILK LIMERICK to celebrate... I dailj
month
There once was a fellow named Hurst
Who had a continuous thirst
He drank MILK all day long
And it made him so strong
When he hugged his sweethearl, she burst!
0
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written by:
JAMES B. DAVIS
(Stock Broker*
ho drinks 3 glasses of milk each day.
AffNOtO UUSOH
executive secretory
Chiropractic Convention
The American Chiropractic As-
sociation will hold its annual con-
vention from June 20 to 25 at the
Diplomat Hotel.
' Consultants Unit
Elects Thurman
To Membership
Board <>f Trustees <>t the Associa-
ion of Management Consultants
has elected Harold Thurman Into
memb< i ship
This is the third consulting firm
in the Greater Miami area to be ai
11 pted nit" membership.
Thi Association of Management
Consultants is a select group, nunv
!. ring 5 me To linns, to raise stan-
formance. The appli
cation of each participating firm
i ii to rigorous examination
bi fore acceptance into member
ship.
Thurman is a past president of
Temple Israel, past vice president
nl the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration and now a member of its
Executive Board, honorary vice
president of the Bureau of Jewish
' Education, and national vice chair-
man of the Large City Budgeting
Conference.
He is a past secretary of Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital.

LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK
N.W. 25th Street at 103rd Avenue
INVITES THE GREATER MIAMI
JEWISH COMMUNITY AT LARGE TO ATTEND
A COMMUNITY
FATHER'S DAY MEMORIAL SERVICE
TC BE CONDUCTED BY
RABBI JONAH CAPIAN
TO BE HELD
SUNDAY, JUNE 20, 1965
AT 1 P.M.
FOR INFORMATION OR DIRECTIONS
Telephone TU 51689

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HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES
and COLLEGE STUDENTS
A COMPLETE TWO-YEAR COURSE
IN INTERIOR DECORATING
Enrol! now for classes starting Sept.
20th. A lull-time, in-depth cur-
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rendering in color under an ac-
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Friday. June 18, 1S65
Temple Ner Tamid Honors Students
n
, j Frid evi services at
\, i i amid as "\A I
Musical portion oi the program
, ri i bj the temple choir
ii n d e r the dire* i< n ol Joseph
Ral t>i Eugene Labo-
:! : eeh "i
Mrs. Eu preaidenl
mpl -'..... -' i United
ks and Maurice I. Zaret-
-t;\ chaii man ol the board,
the presentation <>i the conl
es
Accepting for his brother Matthew Burkholz who was ill at
the time, Howard Bur'.rholz (cento- ves the Aaron Eisen-
. scholarship award from the donor (leff last week at Tem-
ple Ner Tamid. Far right is Rabbi Euctene Laboviiz. The
-d is presented annually by Eisenstein to the "outstand-
femple religious school.
Judaism Leader
Minimizes
'Blue Paper'
NEW YORK JTA) Dr Si men
Greenberg, vice chancellor <>t tlu-
Jewish Theological Seminary, in
an address before the luncheon for
urn "i the American Zionist Coun-
cil, said that the draft of a so-call
ed "Blue Paper" submitted by the
Commission on Zionism and Israel
of the Rabbinical Assembly at its
recent convention "bore no official
Imprint and was merely the re
flection ol a mood whJdi exists
among some ot our i- pie who
have a profound concern for the
future ol Zionism and Israel. "The
drafl suggested tlu replacing ,,f
the World Zionist Organization bj
.-I World .lev ish Assembly
T'us paper was in no sense an
fficlal document, nor even a first
Irafi of one." said Dr Greenberg
1 personall) do nol associate mj
, ith i verything in it. and il is
regretable thai it was given wide
i blicity. it was meaiX to form the
basis oi future discussions and
nothing more The Rabbinical As
semblj. which has always been a
imous pro Zionist

.'. r ; Zioi ist Ol
lion."
Zim Appoints Executive V.P.
The ntment of Avner Manor Manor has a I
vie, ,mo years m he
"can-lsra ""'! Europ. ind
Inc.. owners representatives in.......ted with Ihe Zim
the 1 SA andCanadi..... the Zim various capacities since 1948 Hi
,.|' Navigation Co Ud.. ol was manager ol the companj -
K^nd .Sted lines, was an European freight headquarter, n
nounced here by Gottlieb Ham Antwerp and served as deputy
mer, president ot American-Is genera manager and
raeli.
Manor succeeds Wolf I! I.a/arus.
who assumed the post of exeell
live vice president in 1050. and
returns I i Israel on Friday aftei
I six year tour of duty in the
United siau-s
Lazarus, who has been with
the Zim Lines for 12 years, was
reassigned to Israel, and will
assume an executive position on
the management team in Haifa.


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Students confirmed at Temple Ner Tamid dur- Gross. Theodore Borkan. Fornt row (left to
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row left 10 right i Howard Buikholz, Carol Prichason, Richard Behtsky, Jerry Chosen,
nan, Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, Gerrilyn Allan Fel&ot.
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' Um// flirMirnr
Paqe 11-A
iovernor Burns Aids 453 Students
Gov. H a 5 d o n Burns has an
unced that i.v, > <> u n g pe >plc
non^l.out the State will receive
K^iolarships totalling $140,000,
BbimhI last Januarj by the six in
iguraJ Ball*, held m major Florida
fiti Of thai amount, S-7.6no will
shored by students of nine south
im Florida countil'.s. including '>3
ade County high school seniors.
^ho will lx' presented with award
prtifir.,us during graduation cer
ion i
SdMil rship funds are awarded
ligible student*; whose academic
btuiL'. range from average t<> bel
let than average, the only require
uni I* in- th.ii winners attend ;
I'lnc, institution <>f higher learn
It
in ." siuiement o f Foundation
fc'lie.v. Trustees C.W Campbell, C.
V Beoi fort, W i Hamrick, Martin
[S. .k and Frank Stockton said. 'It
our purpose to assist as many
Student, a> possible with available
t i- .1 :nu-l that most ap
heard- will r< five supplemental
knds from then- parents, part-time
ork or available education loan
Iftlnds I nough to provide the
n neecss irj for coUege a)
Btiid.re
: The r plica Inaugnura] Ball held
|SM .,l Miami Bl aeh Audi
Ion urn .\. i- attended by more than
.SOon :..-..|>ie hi in South Florida's
nine large ci untie, Gov, and Mrs
Bun led the .rand march which
i Include I numerous state officials.
[Bacndw -s of ihe t'.ilnnet and the
|Bupr-< me Court, all of whom pro
claimed the \h. in Beach Ball "an
outstanding Mice.-. Proceeds ol
the six atfairs went into the Haydon
Kurn> Scholar 'up Foundation, and
are hem- distributed in ea a area
in prop it ion to funds netted bj
replica halls in other cities.
Report Cuban
Jews Moving
NEW YORK -(.n\\i-The Jewish
community in Cuba, numbering
lO.ooo persons before the Castro
regime has now been reduced to
2.383 persons, according to reports
from Havana. The data are based
on the distribution this year of
Passover products sent to Cuba l>\
Jewish organisations in Canada
The report expressed the be-
lief that about 400 Jews have
left Cuba this year. This figure
is also based on the distribution
of matiohs and other Passover
products.
Last Passover there were 2.785
recipients of such products, while
tin, Passover, their number de-
creased bj 402. Considering thai
there is a shortage of food in Cuba.
it is assumed that no Je there.
religious on non-religious, refused
acceptance of Passover food oi
the 2,383 recipients, 1.007 wen
Havana residents, while 47ti r<
sided in provincial towns They
constituted 760 families in Havana
and 211 families in the provinces.
Airman Leon Green Jr.
Graduates from Air Force
Airman Thud (las., Leon Green,
Jr., son of Mrs Elizabeth Green ol
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from the technical training course
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Trained to inventory supplies bj
use of electronic data processing
machines, Green is being as
signed to a Pacific Air Forces
(PACAF) unit at Amarillo AFB.
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Beach, has been published by Jos
eph Pellegrino, president of the
Prince Macaroni Manufacturing
Co.. of Lowell. Mats
"Events That Shaped History"
appeared in the Passover edition
of The Jewish Floridian.
Graduates Honored
By Tifereth Jacob
The Oneg Shabbat following Fri*
da) services at Temple Tifereth
ob will be sponsored by Sister-
hood in honor of the 19C5 gradu-
ates
Students to be honored are Eliza-
beth, daughter ol Mr and Mrs.
Oscar Mesccn; Robert, <>< of Mr.
and Mrs .lack Parker; Gary, son
, Mr. and Mrs, FreJ Rapr-s; Shar-
ron, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Leon Silverman; Alan, son ol Mr.
and Mrs. Morris W\ man.
Jewish personnel at Home-
stead Air Force Base attend-
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Breakfast of Combined Jew-
ish Appeal, and were so im-
pressed by the work of CJA
that they personally conduct-
ed their own drive at the
base. Left to right are AFC
Bob Foqel, presentinq the
Homestead Base contribution
to Mrs. Louis Glasser. chair-
man of the Armed Serv-
ices Committee, which pro-
vides breakfasts, entertain-
ment, special events, and
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Page 12-A
+J(*ist noridfi&n
Friday. Tune 18, 1965
Kc/i
9
lOltS
&
ervices
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Steiner.
TFVPl E RFTH SHOLOV. 4144 Chl
Ave L'beral ehb( Kron.lh
Cantor David Conviser.

AGL'DATM ACHIM. 6iOS Collins Avf
Orthodox.
I*rtda* So i'i! f*a a.m Mr
Ira.
i ...
innlvi "-.ii > Mllhh.i
aGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Awe.
Orthodox. Raoai Isaac Ever.

AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION 985 SW 67t'> Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Israel Kershner.

ANSHE EMES. 8533 SW 19th Ave
Conservative. Emanuel Kushelewiti.
----
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave Con-
servative. Rabbi Sol Landau Cantor
William W. Lipson
tYMaj I i'in in rhapel Katurdaj
a.in Sermon \ Ri ItictontiM Su ) -
ill. Space l'l Rhl l-.i- Mltrvali Su-
an Harriet, cln antei wl >li> Helen
<-rt.v -** **
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
i daj Ij ; in Saturdaj :'-
Serm n "Kindling EnUuhtrnmenl."
Mli.ii L 43:45 p III
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BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi B'rei Wein
Pi i t.. 6 ;- in Haturdu> m
? in.... '.it.
*

CANDltUGHhNG TJ/Hf
18 Sivcm 6:55 p.m.

in..ii Light rig the u ,* Mlnrhn
; p in.
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'ETH JACOB. 301-311 W.ishmoton
Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Maurice
Mamches.
---- ----
iETH Jx0RSh. ',0' sw ,2th Aw*
Modern Traditionjl Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Beniimin Ben-Ari.
Prld i> in---' Satur in *:4S .
Sel mon I.lshl ">:13 p in
Th< I'ori mi of l.au : j ;. m
!. (thts."
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IETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W Omic H*y. Conservative.
R.'bbi R -hird Marcovita. Cantor
Seymou-- Hmkes.
\i / i 'i -; i- .
i Mra i- '
in
a
IETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph t. Racnonky
----
IETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave Conservative Rabbi Max LiD-
SChltZ, Cantor Ben-Z.on Kirschen-
Mum.
Pi i iv '. |. in Sal i i i ii
MttzV.ih Jimmy, son uf Mi and Mm
Rii hard Stevi noli "i" l>r
and Mi i rank Hai kmyei Mlncha
> in
I'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conse,-v.itive Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner
Sermon A Rellg-
Saturdaj
.i in liar Milaj -<11 'U 'I le*. WJT
-I. i ii.I aWr* Wrff I>. rrrtFt**
, Up in




I Ma] 15 p in.
i n-i iiUni.-d Pa:
Hebrew Lesson
n?rn -nan
nir-jn hdijc ntaoa m**
: t tt : ~ r >
^b? moD-!4? -iDon-rra:?
on .mayn ncro-inixn
napaa "jbwwi^ via
"13 oiiaa1? wv msbo
t : 'TV :
'V^a ^s ^d1? ,jran-i3H
t : t : ~ 4
napn .'Knag open
- rovng o*]v :napa^
?3pnn D3rn ^aa inx
nrntrft nttapDs Ta^na
n"-inyn ntrona'mtii rVa,
: t t :v t ":v
.D*7CTiT3
~ T
2i-n |3 V"?i"^s civ
^Xi-un a^aag mn
'is1? .nxioi "nnn prKin
ma"? tk D*iv D*D nr:
T V T T
-new niu- ji3%Bn p-ri'33
na'Dia-jiu1? ocmi .rnsia
t : t : ~ : t :
iiy ian*"ii inx in: .^"I^V",'
IDy KnH .D-TUX 900
- T
irnat?^ .nlrnaa
"tnx civ n^n
TV T T
n^pxns nlrnag
.nD^po1? ^ifcng1?
-3pT xj?n *p nsoa o'lr
naWa trynyj .D3^n
r"?y isrstfn .a-xjp mba
T T T' ~ 1
.nD,D13,11K3 HKID") 172^
T T T : '
otv ntn: D'JCr a^ -riy3
-liDpiT rniyn .io^pni
o^ mp3 Txi .nTTTa1?
vl : r : f 1
nx Di ipn1? *73:>
"7^ -nrp"ipn- riDnr-
Dniapn .D'xnnn ^pr
niDTin -3 f?K3 "Knan
n33 ^c? m.?a th1? r' nix
T T I T V
...TlTto Ksn Vr ip\-3 D3
(r,rj'7i n'")?? n")? r?T^]
A Bec*uin Student Studies Medicine
A long convoy of cars reacht-d
the tents of the Abu-Ribiya tribe,
which are located between Beer
sheba and Arad. in the convoy
were traveling teachers from the
medical school of the Hebrew Uni-
versity. They had come to take-
part in a magnificent party given
in their honor by the members ol
Abu Kabiya. according to all the
rules of Beduin ceremonial. The
reason for the party: Yonis Abu
Rabiya a member of the tribe
had been acepted as a student of
the medical faculty of the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem
Yonis Abu Rabiya. 21 years old.
is the first Beduin student taking
medicine A year ago, Yonii grad-
uated from the Terra Sancta High
School in Nazareth, and registered
for the Hebrew Universitj An-
other sou youths registered with
him. He passed the examinations,
and to his great joy, Yonis was
one of the i4 pupils who passed
the examinations with distinction
and won the privilege of being ac
cepted in the faculty
Yonis relates that it was pre
Cisely the elders of the tribe
known for their zealous adherence
to tradition who prevailed upon
him to study medicine at the uni-
versity In another six years.
Yonis will return to the tents of
the Abu -Kabiya tribe and in his
pocket a certificate of a Doctor
of Medicine Then Yonis hopes
to be able to investigate also the
"private" medicine of the Beduin
elders The Beduin student be
lieves that these medicines too
have a place of honor in the bag
of a modern doctor.
, (Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
1311
T T
64-73
OJ1
Junior Choir Sings
At Beth David
Beth David Junior Choir, under
t.he direction of Cantor William W.
Lipson. sang at services recently
in the main sanctuary.
The Junior Choir also par-
ticipated in the Hallel service on
the first day of Shavuoth on Sun
! day.
Members of Junior Choir are
Jackie Adler, Leah Berman, Bar-
bara Cinsburg, Marilyn Greene.
Lynda Harris. Deni.se Lipson. Mira
l.oinaskin. Bilk Merlin, Jane Rach
lin, Helena Rachline. Michelle
Rachline, Rachelle Rachline, Ar-
nold Sirull. Julie Taffin, Leslie Taf-
fin, Robert Tanenbaum and Martin
Waas
This '.! ii Co*
off ll Mi-
ami Rabbinical A
C oj fej'urcs p'
pfj-:.- ; hert i<
DR MAX LIPSCHITZ
ipintttdl leader of Beth Turah
:UBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MI-
AMI 1242 Washington Ave Ortho-
aox. RibBi Dov Roiencwelg.

rLAG'-ER GRANADA 50 NW 51st
PI. Conservative. R.ibbi David Ros-
enfeid. Cantor George Goldberg.
1*1 May 9 a ni Bar
Mltxt ih. I if Mi mil Mil-
|ih Mai mar Mi in-ha m.

FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. '80'
E. Andrews A.e Reform Rabbi
Richard M Lev,ton Cantor Jerome
K lament
--------
HEBREW ACADEVV. 2400 Plnetres
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross
h"i Ida; i |i.m s- ui rlaj m R\ -
nlni 8 10 ; ni

HOMESTEAD JEW SH CENTER. 8th
St., Homestead Conservative Can-
tor Pincus Aloof.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SNAI, 1201
Johnson st Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. C a nt o r Yehudah
Heilbraun.

ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative Rabbi Shmaryahu
T Swirnky. Cantor Loins Cohen.
! : ij i p.m Satui ila> :i" > m
S. rii ion of thi w Mm -
: in
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washnn'on Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Starn.
Piirlaj In ; in S i in
ii "(ji.-.ii l-'.nii. Mlncha
p.m

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi L-avid Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif.

MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeid.
a
MINYONAiRES CONGREGATION
3737 Bird Rd Modern Traditional.

OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy Or
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Webar-
man
... i a.n rVrmoi .!',-
Bible .-- i- in
i.. ninai i vli ,- in
a
SEPHAHOIC JEWISH CENTER 45
Colims Ave. Rev. Cantor Sad, Nah
mi as.
----
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN Con-
aervative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caoian
Cantor Mauri;e Neu.
i -i..\ p.m haturda) B 15 a.m Rai
iii.>ii "No Moniapol) --ii Propheaj
i: ir Ultsvah Konalrl, son -i Mr and
M r ~ Mvlvln Simon Mlncha 6 i- p.m.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert B.i."*'ya.-d
I t, 10 ; in Barmon "Mualc in;
ih.- Modern Bynacaajua." Tribute "ill
l- paid I-- Ui-* A,lull T,-n !: choli nu-
ll- he dli ii-in -,f Mi Hai heirt
Baumcanl .--.iiiii day 11 IS a.m Bar
Mltxt ah Kevin, .--n ,,f Mr and Mn
Slamund Koaen
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY- !
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ava. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
FYida> Sabbath V'aapar Servtcaa IS
1, in
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstruction^. Rabbi
Morris Skon. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
Prldaj 8:18 p.m. Berman: "Second
i ; -ii. -.,i ion American Jewlah Fathera."
Baturda) I0:J0 a.m Sermon: "Klndl-
uix L-lahta." liar Mltsvah: .irttv-..
mmi ,,f Mr and Mra. Bteve Keaaler.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
., i,,i.-
Ben,., p.,
i
1

a
TEMPLE B'NAi CHOI OV -f^O NW
?2nd Ave ro"*ervative Rahhi B, M.
Machtr, Ca-itor Ahr.ih.im Reiseman.
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Mltxvali
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Mra Alfred Btollbi
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TEMPLE BETH TOV 6418 SW 8th
t r-onservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
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TEMPLE EMANUEL 1701 Washing-
ton Av Coniervat've Rabbi Irvino
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip
per.
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TEMPLE MENORAH 620 75th St
Conservative. RaObl Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID 80th St and
Tatjm Waterway. Modern Tradi-
final Rabm Furmi Labovit*.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.

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TEMPLE 7AMOPA 44 ?amora Ava
Conservative Rabbi Hershel BrooKa
Cintor Ben Dickson.
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Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wu-
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N. Mlam'
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernlex
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YOUNG ISMACL 990 NE 171st St.
Orthodox. R.inhi Sherwn Stauber
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Spiritual Potential
High in Miami Area
By RABBI
RICHARD M. E. MARCOVITZ
Beth Moshe Congregation
Does the City of Miami live up to
it potential as a community?
Miami is a community of great
potential. It has all the facilities
that go into the
making of a firm
and stahle Jew-
i 1 h community
There is no lack
of synagogues of
a 11 persuasions.
There is a fine
communal day
school On the
surface all is
well.
Vet. I feel that
the city does not
h\e up to its po-
tential We have
t h e anomalous
situation here of
first class services
class community.
Miami is plentifully "syna
Houued." but how many Jews are
affiliated with a cotinrenation"' It
is estimated that up to 75 percent
Of the Jewish population i> un-
affiliated with any synagogue or
temple.
A series of advertisements in the
daily newspapers proclaims the
RABBI MAffCOVfTZ
and a second
merits of tet-ns you would like ti
know The Christian VOUDg pa
pie almost always list churcr
among their activities The Jew
ish children almost never list the
synagogue or temple
We have recently concluded 1
successful Combined Jewish Vp
peal campaign, but a community
of this size should base had i
much higher quota.
There seems to be no real feel
inn of "Kehilla" of community
People live in Miami, but their
loyalty remains with Philadelphia
or New York or Boston
This feeling of a community less
community is reflected in the low
synagogue affiliation in the lack
of loyalty to any one congregation
in the comparatively low response
to the CJA.
There are SO many areas where
the Miami Jewish community
ihould be the leadership in this
country, and yet it falls far short
I said at the beginning that this
is a community of great potential
I fervently believe that it can real
ize this potential The burden of
bringing Miami up to the levei
when- it belong! revolves upon
the leadership, both lay and rah
binic. so that we may truly sa\
that Miami is one of the outstand
mg Jewish areas in the land
1 -i of \ '-:h Miami
Rabbi Zwitman
Heads UJA Drive
Rabbi Nathan H Zwitman, of
B'nai Zion Congregation in Key
West has been named chairman of
the United Jewish Appeal in Mon
roe County.
The drive, Inaugurated with a
CJA Sabbath in Key West, has
shown a marked Increase in do-
nations." Rabbi Zwitman declared.
Rabbi Zwitman said that "the ap-
pearance of new donors, who have
not contributed in past years, from
Marathon and the other Keys, has
been a distinct source of gratifi-
cation "
Co-chairing the drive are Mrs
Isadora Weintraufa and Mrs Her-
man Moore Drive coordinator i-
Bernard T r a u b covering com
mercial institutions
Synopsis of Torah Portion of tho Week Bonaalotottha
The Menorah with its seven flames converging toward the
center.
"When thou lightest the lamps, the seven lamps shall give
light in front of the candlestick" (Numb. 8.2).
BEHAALOTEKHA "And the lx>rd spoke unto Moses, say-
ing: Speak unto Aaron, and say unto him: When thou lightest the
lamps, the seven lamps shall give light in front of the candle
stick- And this was the work of the candlestick, beaten work
of gold; unto the base thereof, and; unto the flowers thereof, it
w-as beaten work; according unto the pattern which the Lord had
shown Moses, so he made the candlestick" (Numb 8:1-4).
After the l.evites had been purified, they who were between
their twenty fifth (Numb. 8:24. and their fiftieth years came to
the tent of meeting to take the place of the first-born in the
holy service. In the second year alter the Israelites had departed
from Egypt, they observed the Passover festival on the 14th dav
of the first month. Nissan. Those who having touched I corpse
were deemed impure, were required to wait a month to observe
the festival.
On the 20th day of the second month, the cloud rose from
the tabernacle, and the children of Israel Journeyed from Mount
Sinai, each tribe grouped around Us standard, three dayi dia
fance behind the Ark At this time, the Israelites began burden
ing Moses with their complaints To ease the burden, to elders.
on whom Moses1 spirit rested, were delegated to serve under him
This recounting of the Wo.kly Portion of the Law i. ex-
tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage edited by P. Wollm.n-Ts.mir, $15 Publisher it
bhengold and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
i u7 L1President ,h *<> is Joseph Schlang.

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ly. June 18. 1965
'k^istncridHair
Page 13-A
OUR SPIRITUAL LEADERS
Rabbi Labovitz Of
emple Ner Tamid
Eugene Labovitz has been
r1 leader of Temple Ner
I for the past seven years.
to flrs". pulpit was in Houston,
PKL, lirr he served for six and
JMlf >"-;u-s r-'ir-t atn) only rabhi
at Ner Tainid. during his tenure
the Coi. i ,itu):i hi- in-own from
atMOdf.il "f foun renown tions on the I'.e.ieh.
OCBUp.Mti- .i full city block, the
buildinu meliKies a Mam Sanctuary
Ittat aea'- nnr i.ioo people, and
a growing religions sehool which
offers a fully integrated religious |
and social program.
Rabbi LaboviU was ordained at
a yeshiva. attended Brooklyn Col-
lege. [Adversity of Houston. Rice
Institute and the University of
Miami. He holds BA and MA de- ,
Lrees in history, and is at present
a doctoral candidate at the L'niver-
sitj ol Miami.
While in Houston, he was visiting
professor for the Religious Depart
nient of Rice Institute, and has
been invited by the History Depart-
>ent of th" University of Miami to
lecture in the fall on Jewish His-
jij and "Modern Jewish Civi-
lization."
Rabbi Labovitz. active in Jewish
. ommunity affair s. and Israel
Bonds, i- a former secretary of the
Ri bbinical Association of Greater
Miami.
He is presentlj compiling ser-
mons delivered during his 13 years
ii the rabbinate for publication
next j > ar
The rabbi and bis wife are par-
rots 11 three children. Shiri Alys-
... David Jonathan and Naomi
Nachama
Soviets Subject Of
Town Hall Forum
"Are the Soviets Guilty?" will be
the subject of The People Speak
Town Hall Forum on Friday, 8
p.m.. in Washington FederaJ, 1234
Washington Ave.
Two recently returned visitors
to the Soviet L'nion will offer first-
hand observations: Ben Essen, at-
torney and Nathan Urovsky, ret.
CPA.
Documentary film "The Price of
Silence.-' with narration by noted
actor Edward G. Robinson, will be
shown. Question period follows.
Chaim Rose, moderator.
Kneseth Israel Congreqation, 1415 Euclid Ave., signs a con-
tract with Robert L. Turchin for its new building, marking the
congregation's 18th birthday. Projected plans call lor com-
pletion ol the main sanctuary of the synagogue on or before
the High Holidays, followed by the Social Hall and Talmud
Torah. Signing the contract are Louis Dublin, president of
Kneseth Israel, and Turchin. president of Robert L. Turchin
Construction. Inc. Standing are Milton Kchn, treasurer and
chairman of the Building Committee; and David Eisenstein.
chairman of the Kneseth Israel Board.
President Gluck To Moderate Meeting
RABBI tU'JINI LABOVITZ
IJjjfts^ IN TIMES
OF SORROW
fBfiee*
yfowefcs
express what words
cannotl
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Mayor High Guest
At UCP Event
as to
' e ; rin< ipal sp aki r at the i
:; I .
T i i held at l.he UCP Rehabil-
itation Center startini I i p m.
the affair was to honor some 450
sts who were active in the re-
< cnl UCP fund drive.
The residential campaign drive.
participated in by some 11,000 vol-
unteers, raised over $72,000 which
will be used to support services at
the tenter during the coming year.
according to Byron J. Topol. board
ot directors president.
Next meeting of the Di mo< ral
ic Club of B( ach is scl
uled for Wednesday at the -
Recenl elect
in< ilmen, urn-
velt

n are: !
vin i- L1 : Mel-
vin .11
I ird I. Turchin and P
d< i"n
Di ..He Club member Carl J.
McGriff, past grand worthy p
('. nt, Fral< rnal Order of Eagles,
and executive managing director of
Eagle Village" at Bradenton, Fla..
will discuss the '".lobs after 40 Pro-
am l'n ~ident Wall Gluck will
be moderator.
Delegate Gluck. re-elected as a
., Sti > Ti usti ol the Fra
U rnal (ird< r ol K. es al I he con-
lion in S also past
ent of the M i.. m 1
Aerie
ER
All-Arcund CANTOR
Avaiiab!c Fo:
High Holidays
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Nor-lsle Optimist Club
Installation Set for Roney
Nor-lsle Optimist Club of Miami
Beach held its eighth annual in-
stallation of officers on June 5,
at the Roney Plaza HoteL
Following officers were in-
stalled: president. MiHon II. Fand.
lei; vice presidents. Burton Sher-
man. Sol Wenig; secretary, Alan
Ziffer; treasurer. .Marvin Ston-
bcrg.
Installing officers were Irving
Spear and Sam Robinson
FAST GROWING
C0NSERVATIVF
CONGREGATION
IN SOUTH FLORIDA
SEEKS RABBI
duly ordained, to be
Spiritual leader.
Replies held strictly confidential.
Write F.G., Box 2973,
Miami, Florida 33101
I CANTOR TEACHER
' Age 40. Experienced, good refer- {
j ences, seeks position with corner- |
I vative congregation. Small com-.
' munities welcome. Write A.F., Box'
I 2973, Miami 33101.
I CANTOR-TEACHER <
? Seeks position Miami or vicinity. 4
I Experienced, qualified, licensed & J
? references. Full or part time. Also ,
* available weekends only to conduct
I Services and Sunday School. Write *
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Between You and *!; 8y BORIS SMOLAR
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Michener's 'The Source' is Two Books in One
IF YOU WANT to read an excellent nov
el on Israel, read James A Michener'sl
'The Source." published this week by
Random House. II is not ;i liook ol easv
reading, but it is a basic book, exeremely
well written, it brings out strongly the |
moods prevailing in Israel today against
a background of development in that tor
ritory during the last 12.000 years.
In fact. is practically two books HaflBMi
interwoven into one. You can read with fascination the
part ol" the novel reflecting life in modern Israel and
UN listening Post:
kip She pages dealing with ancient times Or. it you are in-
lerested in reading ancient history in a fictionalized
form, you can read only the many pages in this 900-page
volume and forget the love and life problems of today's
Israel so vividly presented by the author.
However, when reading "The Source" in its entirety,
you erudition he displays in telling the story of the success-
ive civilizations which had existed in what is now Israel
And you are even more impressed with the deep under
-landing which he displays, through the central figures
in the novel, of the complicated internal problems which
By SAUl CARSON
Anti Semitism in Soviet Annals
United Nations
AS THIS CORRESPONDENT was
readj to start his annual trek
very unfunnj
thin $ cami to mind Those things'
: 'in Jev s of thi 5 iel
i n rlj t'u j recalled
ii under Go\ |
ces is still
ii l SSR.
imili. this time w
j the I'kranian sir.-n-ii.-i-. a Pro! T K
' sm Withoul En
the I'i.r.M... n Icademj ol
Science in Kiev It ma> be remembered that, due
Ihe i that even hardened Communist Parties
throughout the Western world |
the Kiciiko thing, the Ideological Commission ol
ihe I saR immunisl Party officially disclaimed re
isibilrt) for the Kiohko book No one. however,
can recall any mention in tin- Soviet pics- ol a
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT I SEGAL
South's Justice
THE FAILURE of an Manama

manslaughter verdict in the cast
>| Collie Le r o > WlHtins, Jr.
charged in the slaying of Mrs Vi-
lla izzo, i- the Kii Klux
. answer to
- *fc Kistice and fair deal-
ing a's tangled race rela-
problems.
Wi must now leave it to a federal not a
southern state court to get on the public record
the unvarnished fact thai Mrs Liuzzo's rights were
violated when Alabama men, wha prate so blithely
about thi : white womanhood, went after her
with guns
This remains unfinished court business But
much more i- unfinished in the way of developing
healthy community opinion and shaking some of the
deeply-held prejudices out of the business, religious,
and civic segments of the deep South (and indeed of
the North i.
We might besin with an effort to make the
doubters in the Jewish community realize that prej-
udices against Negroes are dishonorable. The eman-
cipated have accepted that proposition long ago.
The laggards might want to take another look al
the same proposition after reviewing a pan of the
predictable behavior of Matt ll Murphy Jr., the
Klansmai el tor Klansman Collie Wilkins Mr.
Murphy, in iii- free wheeling tirade against those he
considered responsible for the drive lor civil rights
and against Klan an.l other racist tactics, down-
ded not only President Johnson, homosexuals,
ink- and Communists; he took pain- also to de-
I "Zionist planner- II there re-
' country who think the Klan men
tali! from that ol Hitler's storm-
reconsiderii
w len to a remit
vs of
I power Thi le of
Dickinson,
hi t was whi d he had
i immor-
in the B< mery
- [barpl .i his
i
n.i rs a fore
pan m Ala lama ii Sen, J.
lie, ha- to defend bis seat next
Gen Geoi ge Wallace. Will the latter,
who .- i Washington tin bem fit oi his
otrj force Bparkman to prove in- la truly ami
o it Sena -
idcration brings us tip the hope that
derates in Alabama and other sections of the
up then- activities lull page ads,
signed by 22 highl led Alabama business hous-
es, and appearing not long ago in a number of news
papers, offer one encouraging sign.
move tO punish Kichko tor that vile work much
t i censure 'he I'kranian Academj ol Science,
,,:i mill ial government body.
There i- another >rk -This one i- called "Con-
j and Zionism." bj I' Mayat
iii- work was published al Kishinev, capital ol
la' in Soviet Sociali: R<
.,.: K S x
lion w it Ii Kii
MayaL-ky b "', also rnmental mini-
tui ii was published bj "Kartea Moldoven
tl St '- Publishing House in Kishinev
only n i
: ol ih> low ner, it v
ccordit ew ard "for the enei
. ; iblic Her.- is Mayatsky's summary oi the
k intent
A short summer) ol contemporary Judaism in
fern iven in the brochure Hie i ss and
cactionar) nature of the Jewish religion and its
-e tie with Zionism are disclosed on the basis ol
concrete historical material. Along with the analy-
;- ol Zionism as a reactionary, bourgeois-national
-tic ideoloB is also given .. criticism ol the Ihmc
tenet- of this ideology, which is ba-icall\ ho-til.- to
tin- scientific understanding of the leva of the de
\ .'lo; men! ot societ)
Mr M.-yai-ky i- an old hand al anti-Semitism, in
1*36, he put out a 58-page booklet called "Judaism,
It- Essence and origin" In I860, h<- wrote a "\
brochure entitled The Truth About the Torah
i Talmud Both were issued in Kishinev bj
the Moldavian State Publishing House In between,
999, he v' rote a long, discursive article in Soviet
skaya Moldavia, the Government's daily
er in Kishinev, entitled "The lii-.ntion.irv Es
Judaism It seems he is a specialist ii
tacking Jews Judaism, and Zionism
..II the historic canards concerning
- and on all the standard, Communist cliches,
Mayatsky fforl is directed toward making Jews
U :ul He link- his work with the i* ars
peoples regardinj economic .run.-- t>
- and Judaism with monej with crooked mer-
tits, with usurers The Talmud, according to the
man. was only a tool developed bj the rabbis to pro-
tect ihe riches oi wealthy Jews, Jews hate work
Israel Is i stooge country in the service of Imperial
ism and colonialism.
It is worth noting that Kishinnev whom all
.lews remember as a hotbed of anti-Semitism in
I tariat days, still contained 42.934 Jews 20 percent
oi the eity's total population according to the
USSR'S 1958 census, It is also important to observe
that, of the 88.316 Jews in Moldavia in 1949. 47.584
i almost 5o percent called Yiddish their mother
tongue in 1959. These figures indicate, then, that
ihe Jews ol Moldavia and Kishinev an- conscious ol
their Judaism. And Mayatsky's anti-Semitism i-.
thus, seen as a warning to the general population
that Jews must not be considered as honest, trust-
worth) Soviet citizens.
Israel faces today The novel is built on an American
catholic archaeologist who came to Israel to excavate
:.n imaginary town called Tel Makor (The Source). In
this work, he is a-sisted by an Israel Jew and a.i Israeli
Arab
The Irishman falls in love with a beautiful tsraeli-
born girl, worldly but strongly nationalistic, who i>- she
will marry only a Jew. although she likes the American,
non Jewish archaeologist, Other moments enter in riie life
Of the members of the team Mr. Michener MM then
moments to bring out and analyze through the heroc*. In
Ins book such intricate problems as Arab-Ill tall rela-
tions, cruel marriage and divorce laws in Israel, t'e griev-
ance Of the Sephardi Jews in the country.
It al-o brings out the state of mind of the Anencan
Jew vi-a vis Israel in a sharp dispute between lliv Israeli
Jewish archaeologist and a wealthy Amncan J who
helps Israel financially but considers Chicago h> home.
As the book moves toward its concluding chapter BBS gap
<>. 12.000 years of history of Tel Makor narrows down more
and more until it rache- the Tel Makor of tod.iv, with
the kibbutz nearb) and its young energetic secrets*) uh^d
erely believes lhat, if brutal anti-Semitic for, ever
come to the Ion front in American life, it will be taraehs
i ke him who will come to Ut erii .. lo i .hum- tad con
Jev ish si i defense
Mr M H I.c ner shows great Isi ael
,n:l i ho ago augh he
feels p .'. 'I le the fact that Ihe Is i ed to
. rv him,
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Another Look
THE THESIS that Jew* aee a
' "vanishing' breed in the unit
d State- isn t a- ta.-hionabl* now
!* is it was some years ago wh<-n It
)j .va- populanred by a national mag
tine, though its ominous echo -till
bunders on,
Predictions of Jewish eirtinc-
lon have always bad a wn of
>roving themselves false md
there is no reason to believe they will prove them
selves authentic now More often than not. it leans
to thi- writer at least, the prc>KnotK ators of dUCSf
are either people who have a vested Interest in lea
ish extinction or hysterical elements who seen in
c pane ol makini judgement ol difsei
declim and change, between adju tent
nee
ably there w ill be a numi rii .il di
in Jews if the declining birth rate carries ove into
century Con eivabij ti o, the ret
in this century may witness such chang in
thi n scene as to compel basic alteral
: -tlIK Hire
No on,, oi eoursi edict with any degree
of accurac) what form Jewish lit.- will then surname,
that Jewish suscepUbilM) to change am
plies path to perdition is the height ol unwisdom,
ol foMj What may change are the scales, the val .--
hut rot basic essence With the elimination ol -.v
eitv our philanthropic endeavor- may give i > to
other form- of humane expression, and as prej id
ih in a Christian world that is undergoing pro-
found theological changes our protective organiza-
tion..] edifice may give way to more COnstTU Uve,
inoi. ; sitive purpose
in other word- we will be functioning Jei inly
hul ti der a different roof, with ih. -v......the
sl1'" center still holding primary in essence
fact We may however wine- the elimi ,'ion
ichisms withii; Judaism, mth the t ho
doi possiWj becoming less orthodox and Om >n
tivi and Reform more tol. rani ol new
'|o\V
Foreign News Utter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
Syria's Disregard f
Ji rusali
THERE IS NOT much one could .
.
the "t
Eli Cohi
'. b> Israel's Inti Sei
to thi i d re-
n the I hi r rank- ol Sj i ia ml
nd thus i to top seen
information which he had for three ye ui
larl) to Israel.
while on.- can In
discover) of Cohen's t ru e identitj
caused the S>Tian leadership, rev could have imagined
the case to be handled with such unparalleled b
lisregard for the most el ,,,',,:
cepts of Justice and world public opinion
The unprecedented sti p
ace time unheard of in civilized countries -ha
The
in pe
t
has
or World Opinion

mom
unspeakal
eel ears i
ope -.-v.,
Elizatsth of Belgium the Vrgentin^
' leading statesmen men main wntries,
; *.naer Li, ,- p. the
1 : .. and n rhe>
m ere ,- ; ,.
rael Cohen was hanged in......| Di ,scu;|
I* body was left exposed for six h l
,,^ '. '' ""' barbarous circle, the Syrians oou s-
H ^ hund wer Cohen bod) to )Us bereaved family.


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Mflca'
Home Director
Named 'Fellow*
Sidney Siegel, executive director
<>! the Jewish Convalescent Home
ol South Florida, hag been made i
fellow in the American College of
Nursing Home Administrators.
9iegel is a member of the Na-
tional Association Of Jewish Homes
for the Aged, American Hospital
Association, American Association
of Homes for the Aged, American
Nursing Home Association, and
many local nursing home associa-
tions.
Upon his return from service,
Siegel was cited by government
military and medical officials
and was appointed administra-
tive officer, with the special as-
signment to activate and sys-
temitize the Ha Horn Government
Hospital on Staten Island, N.Y.
He then became administrative
officer at the Veteran's Adminis-
tration Hospital in the Bronx. N.Y.,
and was later transferred to the
Veteran Administration Hospital
in Eas! Orange. N .1 in a similar
capa< itj
in i Sii pci pti >l the pi ;i
lion ol istanl execith i
tor .it the Bro >klyn Hebrew Home
Hospital \-<\. .i '
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Men's Club Elects Sholk
At its last meeting oi the season,
Beth David Men's Club elected
new officers and held an installs
tion ceremony, with Sidney Lef-
court acting as installing officer
The new slate is headed b\ Nor
man Sholk as president: Harold
Berke, first vice president: Dr.
Lawrence Feinberg, second vice
president: Bert Saul, secretary;
and Herbert Cashvan. treasurer
The ceremony also honored past
presidents, including Phil Abrams,
1951-52; Morris Itabinowitz. 1952-
53; Louis Seitlin, outgoing presi-
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This year, the club presented
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At a meeting of Miami Beach Chapter. Nation-
al Children's Cardiac Hospital, are the chap-
ter's newly-elected Executive Board for 1965-
86. Left to right are Mesdames Phyliss Meyers,
vice president, membership; Martha Miller,
financial secretary; Sarah Rich, social secre-
tary; Claire Charap, vice president, ways and
Mrs. Baskin Installed as New President
Of South Dade Chapter of Technion
means; Jessie Marcus, parliamentarian; Hen-
rietta Fine, piesident; Jennie Kramer, corres-
ponding secretary; Dorothy Miller, vice pres-
ident, pledge luncheon; Jean Raab, past pres-
ident, chaplain; Rar Brody, vice president,
Tag Day; Mae Arno treasurer.
Beach Servicemen's Center
Host to Cutter Eagle's Crew
\t thi' request of Admiral E L
rhayer of the t tii Coast Guard Wa-
irict the Miami Beach Service
en's Center will '' hoat to 00 i
ficera and men f r> m the Ooaet
Guard Outtew Eagle, Hall Moon
.,[:d Yakital on Saturday nighl
K.r the peal is yean tae cadcti
have viattad Ktiro|H-un waters for
their annual training cruise Thus
\ear. on their Amen .m cruiaa, Mi
ami Beach will be the nr>t viaiting
|xrt They will dock at the Mac-
\rlhur Cauaewa) (oast (iuant
All erreageaneata are beiaf han-
dled i>v Center Dawctor Maurice
Klein and Lt. Kohei t Peterson of
Admiral' Staff.
Reirecaaneati will be served bj
several units ol the Jewish War
Veterana Auxiliary,
Mrs Meyer \ Baskin v, -
m;'led as new president of South
pter, Women's Division.
American Societj for Technion, on
ay -
II. K Ba) i 'ountrj Club.
Mr Me)
\ Bas resident, Mi-
. pter, Ann ica i
I illo
n a .i I i c i> o r t b)
I oi i; Fel 11
uta I. Mrs H. Fra
B ard

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Brilliai I as

Mr and
Socict
i Morris Kipi r. ol
Mrs Philip K
tional vice president
Women's li\ i
Life membership char
i i Mi-- \l .: e uoilman,
Miss ette Wollm.?n, and Mrs
\br. ham Fox.
Oflii ailed, headed by
Mrs Baskin, president include
Mrs Moi ton u Fellman, hon
Meyer Brilliant
Mrs Maxwi Mrs I
Schwartzman. Mi's n
,.,- Us; Mn Bernard
Vbel. Mrs Martin Pcrlmutl r Mi
C h a r 1 e s J
Mr- Ibr^ham Grunhut. treasurer;
Mrs Hi- n W
mental in Mrs II. rold rhurman,
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Roosevelt Pythians Select
Jack Rosenblatt Head
a new slate "I "i'ii era
wit l. o '1 e, Km'.iiis ol Pyl
led by i cell
Ja( k Rosi>nh itt. waa h morei
it I) at an installation dinner al
jranl
i ither ii < 1 > electi i
honore I w c i Man
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ms; Email u 1 (Jn>
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Or Olom Sisterhood
June Jamboree
"June Jamboree Square Dai
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Sisterhood for Sal ird i) B 30 p m .
at the Temple
Evening will feature a chicken
supp along
Einhom i chairing
the affair assisted b) M
\ Kurzwi
!ii hard B< hn n and Mur
ra) '
nl Mrs Mui
Mrs fi ei
n I mean \ ii e
Surprise Party For
Melvin Rubin's 21st
A surprise party honorii
Melvm's LMsi birthda) and hi.
graduation from the I'niversitj of
Miami tendered b) Ml ai I \|,.
Jack Rubin in then- home recently
A cum laud-
graduate tfc ,
d < | r e e in bun
ineai administra
tion. Melvin also
made the
I.ist 11, j,
enter
ai the l i Iversitj
'i I ilifornia in
Berkele)
Marvin Rubin During hi;
school career. Melvin held office
and rnanabarahip in the following
organisatiooa president, Phi Eta
Sigra a; president Inter B
i M ganixation Council p i
Business S c h o ol Stu Ii i
n i nl. assistant tri
Beta Tau Social Fraternit)
\|. mber Delta Sigm i Pi
ional fraternit) i n
I., idership ai \
Ifonorar). Student Hn
mirtce, and !
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tin Re| n scntath e,
|
I nixprj.it) ol M..
ler member Pi S

chairman puhlii al
of Phi Eta Sigma
I'.S State 1 >ep I S
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ianii Spe i ki
ft <
to
Ladies Night for Empire Club
Empire Stat I I I >rida waa
to have a Ladies Night Thurada)
at the Barcelona n
Entertainment chairman l
i ..|.i was to introduce the enter-
tainment <>! the evening and gifts
I resented to the wo
We ought
fire that
photographer
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We always show the Heinz Vegetarian Beans can from the
frontwith the official seal of endorsement of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America
clearly visible In the lowei right hand corner of the
label'Direct!. .ideof the keystone! And now along
comes this artistic :,etmi lavesthe out of
the picture He says that everybody knows that Heinz
Vegetanai Bean in ti /egetarian and stncl
her "Wltv gild the lily I lys We'll tell you wh>. Mr.
Genius' Bpi you do the same thing again, you'll
be looking for .1 new client. That's why!
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Friday, June 18, 1965
+Jenls* ftrrMfar.
Paqe 3-E
Beth Sholem Clergy Away From Pulpit
Officers of the 1965-66 Young Women's Divis- Richard Litt, Mrs. Howard Ayares. Mrs How-
ion during installation ceremonies at the YM ard Kateen, Mrs. I. Allen Sieael Mrs Rnhort
and YWHA are (left to right) Mrs. Robert Suss- Shapiro. Mrs. Daniel Franco! Mrs SSmnS
man. immediate past president. Mrs. Richard Heller, and Mrs. Robert Traurig. Not shown
Bnckman, president, Mrs. Howard Trinz. Mrs. Mrs. Philip Bloom.
Beachite Serves As Psychologist
Second Lt Lawrence B. Polsky. mission of training airmen and
r,lMrSnN:"l,Kr0nenCOld-0f 25 ">ffl" "' "'< Averse skills re-
No. Shore Dr. Miami Beach. Fla ...,,.
has arrived to,- duty at Keesler q by ,lu' na,lon s e>ce
AFli. Mi-- tone.
Lt Polsky, a clinical psycholo A eraduate '" ,,^f"r<1 School, he
i- assigned to the L'SAF hos- received his B A. degree from the
pital at Keesler Hi- organization L'niversitj of Miami and his MA
id.- medical services in sup at Bradley imversity in Peoria
port ol the Mr Training Command III.
Rabbi Leon Kronish ol T(
l ih Sbolom, Miami Beach, is in
Cincinnati, 0 this week, attend-
ing the annual convention of the
Central Conference of American
Rabbis.
Before going to Ohio. Rabbi Kro.
riish flew to New York City to pick
up his wife Lillian who had pre
ceded him in order to spend some
time with her family and attend
the confirmation of a niece.
During Kabbi Kronish's absence
this weekend, his pulpit will be oc-
ed by Ral bi Marius Ranson
h i u ill conduct Fridaj
:i 'I Saturdaj morning services
Away from Beth Sbolom for tfia
next -i.\ weeks ill be Cantor Da-
vid Counsel- who is directing Hi'-
musk program of Southea-I I.
ration at the UAHC Camp in
Cleveland, Ga. With him are his
wife and young baby Robert.
Guest cantor at the temple will
oe Cantor William Royal who will
ake up his duties beginning this
weekend
Mrs. Howard Trinz
Heads CJA Women
Mrs Inez Krensky. chairman.
Women's Division Of Combined
Jewish Appeal, in-tailed Mrs llow-
i I in.,' ,i new pres dent ol the
Young Women's Division during
ceremonies held at the YWHA on
e s
\ special program written by
; ixie Li \ in w .>- pi es nted by
Mrs Thomas Gei
"ih. offu ers installed;
Mr- Howard Katzen, Mr- Robert
ir Mrs Philip Bloom, Mrs
Roberl Shapiro Mrs Ri< hard Litt,
M rs Daniel N e a I Heller, \ ice
i psidi nts; Mrs Howard Ayares,
secretary Mrs Daniel F r a n c o,
parliamentarian; Mrs. Richara
Bnckman, immediate past presi-
dent; Mrs. J Allen Siegel, nomin-
ating committee chairman.
Also Installed were the 196546
nominating committee, Young Wo-
men's Division Hoard, and Advis-
ory Council.
Husband and Wife
Prexy Beth Kodesh
Making history at Beth Kodesh
Congregation, San-. SchulwoM will
serve as congregation president,
and Mr- Schulwolf as Sisterhood
president during 1965-66.
Long time residents and ardent
workers in Jewish causes, the
Schulwolfs are setting a precedent
at Beth Kodesh, being the first
husband and wife team to serve
there simultaneously in positions
ol top leadt rship,
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Friday. Tune 18. 1365
Art Presentation
At Phi Sigma Sigma
"Fifty Years of American Art.*'
the traveling exhibit of Phi Sicma
-*\ Sigma sorority, will bo on display
"* in trie lobby of the Carillon Hote
during the sorority's national con-
vention from June 22-27.
The exhibit was prepared for Oie
Phi Sigma Sigma 50th anniversary
in 1963 and has been shown on col
lego campi throughout the United
States. It will be on display at
the University of Miami following
the convention and then continue
its three year tour of the I'nited
I States.
Preparing souvenirs for the Phi Sigma Sigma national con-
vention are (left to right) Mrs. Hy Lipson. Mrs. Donald Frank.
Mrs. Melvin Harrison and Mrs. Paul Furman. The sorority
will meet at the Carillon Hotel from June 22 to 27. Mrs. Frank
and Mrs. Furman are national convention co-chairmen.
Phi Sigma Sigma 32nd Biennial Starts
Tuesday on Beach- Local Woman Chosen
Phi Sigma Sigma will hold its
biennial convention at the
illon Hotel from June 22-27. The
- rorirj founded in 1913 at Hunt
ei O legi NY, has alumnae and
te chapti rs throughout
United States
i ree local women nominated f *
ffice "ii the sorority Supreme
Mil are Mrs Robert Rosen,
. rand archon; Mrs Victor Reiter,
; grand vici arch Jo-
: Klein, national tribune
;< cretary.
. t the
i n
25 plenarj
n i >n Satu ...
nth Mrs Joseph '' n in Lewis
Phi Sigma Sigma's traveling art
c\h bition, "Fifty Years of Ameri-
can Art." will l' shown for the
firsl time in this area during the
afternoon in the Carillon lobby
Mrs Joseph Klein and Mrs Vic-
Reiter are co-chairmen of the
luncheon
Sec nd plenar y session of the
convention will be held on Satur-
day tc lli wed b> installation of
in wly-i i cted national officers am
rds banquet Vfrs How
,;-. second i >n *
nd Dr Maj A
'. M dean of women will
: me Ad
iema v- '
ff icer
The i invention, whose theme is
r Changing W o r i d. our Un-
Ri ties is tin
i r the local direction <>t Mrs Paul
an and Mrs. Donald Frank.
Registration and a divisional din
i.i r will open the convention on
Tuesday, followed bj the first plen
ary session with Dr. Florence Den
mark, grand archon presiding.
Wednesday's activities include
workshops, time out for a swim,
and the traditional Sphinx Banquet
in the evening. Mrs. Harold Press-
man, national chairman of public
relations, will be toastmistress,
and Richard Gexstein. State At-
torney from Dade County, will
speak on "Extremism." Miss Bobbi
Ossip and Miss Audrey Borok are
chairmen of the banquet.
On Thursday evening, after a
day of meetings and workshops.
Miami Alumnae Chapter will spon-
sor "A Night in the Caribbean." An
island dinner, and an island revue
will be followed by a song fest.
The Panhellenic luncheon will be
held on Friday after a morning of
workshops Mrs Arthur Markowitz,
National Panhellenic Delegate for
I"u Sigma Sigma, will l>e toast-
ji istress, and Mrs. Charles F Mills,
ASS li.itc Dean of Women at ill-'
L'niversitj "f Miami, will be
will include Dr.
\ Brunson, dean >i w om n at
i I'nh ersitj of Miami and local
llenic d< le sates
nvention w ill < lose on Sun
aft r i hird pl< naxj
- ion
L o c a 1 deli ates include Mrs
Sti phen ft I bins, archon of the Mi
ami Alumnae Chapter, and Lucille
Scioscia archon of the Beta Theta
chapter at the University of Mi-
ami
Idea, design and assembling of
lf.be exhibition was the creation of
Clayton Charles and Jerry Frankel
of the University of Miami art de-
partment. Mrs. Victor Reiter of
i'i nil ('.allies, chairman of philan-
thropy for Phi Sigma Sigma, has
be< n in charge .if the project,
\! ire than 200 color reproduc
lions were selected for quality an,
pertinence to the mam streams of
;. inting and sculpture. Mounted
p Is with e) rj titles,
ch d cade is introduced by an
informative text The six major
ons of the exhibit] ti are \-
It Was.'" "The Twenties." "The
i". tii s." "The Forties," "The
Fifties," and "As M Is "
V/if.i this exhibition, Phi Sigma
a h opes t instill greati r
le in American traditions and
institutions as well .is optimistic
and enthusiastic a< eptance of cur-
< nt challenges in the arts

Mrs. Robbins Installed
Archon of Local Chapter
Mrs Stephen : f P< rrim
- b 'en in f !:> I ..- an h >n o| thi
Ore ter M i
i ither offici rs fei Mrs
ul firsl \ ice archoi Mr
in Harrison, ~ene.ii \ICv ,.r
chon; Mrs Bernard Baer, scribe;
Mrs Leonard Bendell, tribune;
Miss Bobbi Ann Ossip, bursar;
Mrs Hy Lipson, advisor to Beta
Theta chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma
at the University of Miami.
Tropical Chapter of American Medical Center held its
luncheon in the form of a champoqne brunch at the- .
Hotel. Shown are Mrs. Hairy Woiper (left', donor ch
and Mrs. Irving Rosenbaum. co-ckairman of the re<
tion.
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Socialite ... fry t^/saoel C-/j

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co ( hairmen a re
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line Vlermel-
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Berlcks Report On
JNF Israel Trip
.in Morris Berick, Miami
!' Bar Association pn i lent,
and Mrs Berick, on ;i recent visit
t" 1 "ael w e r e entertained by
Yaai v T-iir, chairman, Jewish
N -'I I'., .iid ni Directors.
Ii eporting bef re the Greater
M Ex -cutive Boar i JNF on
In- 'tensive travels through Is-
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Vlaj : ,; on al
the ii n in ol Mrs Morton H.
i Kiainei Staufi r, 2320 NE 194th
St., s i.-1 r "I the groom-to-be,
Miirtin M. Der; is Detectable
cake and flre deN rations nil in
pink and white, but the 40 guests
enjoyed most the startled con-
fusion of the lovely Belle, daugh-
ter of Mr and Mrs Robert Men-
di Ison Parents of her future
bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs
Charles Men July 31 al
Ten,pie Israel is set for that in;
; : tan) event
Tw i de i e e in ihe Jerome
. mily ii .'. ;i mas
Ii rs in -; cial e I cation from
the L'niversitj ol Miami for Je-
ume and a I'll r i putting hubby
throi '
During I
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Women's Palsy Unit
Snsfalfs Mrs. Braisn
Miami Women's Unit of United
Cerebral Palsj Association, held its
12th annual u stallation of offii
on Saturday at Tony's Fish Mar-
ket.
Mrs eh Einbinder, who served
as installing officer, is a member
of UCPA board ct directors she is
a chapti r member of the Women's
Unit, served as president for two
terms and now holds a life mem-
I ership.
Byron .1 Topol, board of direct-
president. UCP Of Miami, was
i speaker.
Succeeding Miss Vivian Parrish
a.< pn sid Mrs David Braun is
leader I >r 1965 86

Community Concert officers, directors and families, qathered
June 6 at the Bonfire Restauiant to tender a testimonial din-
ner to their president, Judge Kenneth Oka. Occasion was his
forthcoming departure for Japan, on an assignment from the
U.S. State Department "person-to-person" project. Mana-Zuccc
world renowned composer and a vice president of Community-
Concert Association, served as mistress of ceremonies. Mrs.
David A. Hess, vice president in charge of membership, pre-
sented to Judae Oka, on behalf of the association, a plaaue in
appreciation of his "excellent guidance and long service as
president of the society." The festivities served a secor.j
purpose, Oka and his wife, Gertrude, were celebrating their
24th wedding anniversary.
CIC-IA BARUtTT t FRfD MARGUUtS
Riesers Tell Of
Children's Events
n and Mrs Julius Barnett of
lyn, NY havi iced
tb. ngagemenl of their daughter,
.,. to Fred Margulies
'l bride to he is the grand-
dauj .ter if Mr. and Mi Joseph
Ri< r 251 Meridian Ave who
hi in New York to celebrate the
beti thai and the silver wedding
ers .rv ol daughter liana and
Juli B n-it. the future bride's
pal its
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3ACK TO SCHOOL
For the first tirm- in the histor; >: Hebrew
del f will I taught in Kn..-
ih From all over 'he is. educati ra and inter-
sted |.....pie arc going back to school Zelda
nil Philip Thau have alreadj sen! in their qua;
and have been accepted They will live
*> the campua in Jerusalem and are i>oth ex
about their back-to-school days One of thi
that sounds very worthwhile is "History
the Land," including field trips What won
lerful stories Zelda. president ( American
Friends of the Hebrew t'nivcrsity hero, will have
ii tell when the club vear starts in the fall
THE SUMMER SAGA OF THE CUTLERS
A send-off dinner at the home of Or and Mrs
Sen; Snow started Ins and Uudd Cutler and their
aces
Betsj and Jeff, "ft on the first lap of
mmi r iournej st in Gainesville
: Miamians, Joyce and .Man
U and their thai i A
st > on .._.,! mattters Washington, D.C
- that the chidren will ill
Si York and the Fair, then
mil> wedding in Philedi !p
. in time r the kids to go to the
in Julj
LCOK WHO'S HERE
ford, Mj-- Faj and Sam Drei
Mrs I
it her daughter's
ir lunch I. iPena i rver huge
chef's salad thi including Millicenl
Mrs Leonard Beldner. Suki, Mrs Mat Wil-
liams, Myra Mis Aaron Far: Pete Mr- Irv-
Faj Mrs Newton' Levinson
had an old fashioi i fest Fay Dreisen
il their anxiousrj ited trip to California
to visit son Aaaon and his wife Jean and watch
their two granddaughters, Betsj and Janet, |*rad
uate from junior and senior huh school, respec-
tively Millie couldn't sta\ too long she had to
get lack to Mew Bedford, where her Hadassah
chapter was going to honor her as Woman of the
\ ear
PIONEER WOMEN HAVE BABY
Not all the Pioneer Women had the baby.
Only OSO. But rtiey were ail anxiously awaiting
the arrival of the stork to President. Mrs Milton
Green The baby is here a seven pound. 12
ounce hoy. a real blond No name as yet. they
only had a list of girls' name-'
At a reception preceding the 17th anniversary State of In
celebration under the auspices of Israel Bonds recentl-.
at the Fontainebleau Hotel are (left to iiqht' Mr. and Mrs
Shepard Broad, chairman of banks and fiduciaries: E. Zev Su
fott, emissary of the State of Israel; and Sen. John Pastore
principal speaker at the dinner following the reception.
ying up the South Florida skyline, two par'cipants from
recent Miss USA contest at the Surfside Community Cen-
In addition to a Proclamation horn Surfside Mayor Lee
card, the beauties receive an invitation from Council-
.' .man Rhea Gladwin ^center to spend a week at her Shore
e Apartment Hotel. Smiling their acceptance are Miss
-,nda Peck, Miss Wyoming (left-, and Miss Patricia Dodae,
s North Dakota.

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imam' beach
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amidst the phishness of
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Weddings, confirmations,
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by the country club atmos-
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For complete details, please ealt
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Beth David Inaugurates
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neu -]i
ii Beth David, will in
"rate thi schedule o) -. i
Fridaj i ,,,[, -,,
tor William v. Llpson chanting the
ical port
For th<- neat few months Pamili
bath Kve service from a bo I
pin will be held in the He
l- Scher Mi morial Chapel
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Vnai B'rith Convention Will
Mark District S Anniverary
Continued from Page IB
ond term as president of District
5. B'nai B'nth Women Mrs Gel- ,
fer motrwr Of six year-old Eliz
abeth. is the wife of Navy IH--
partment financial management
administrator, Bdward K Golfer.
\ graduate of Temple University,
she received her degree in journ-
alism in 1949
Mew Officers
At a brunch on Wednesday, all
newly-elected officers, with the
ption of president, will be in-
stalled l>\ the national president-
elect "t B'nai B'rith Womn, Mrs.
Michael Shapiro
District chairmen will also pre
sent awards to the chapter- :hat
have male outstanding progress
in the various programs of B'nai
I. ith Women Mrs Leonard
Ruben is chairman of the awards
presentation
Mrs Kelvin Siegei, Savannah, i
Gc i- incoraina presadent of the
district, and will preside at the
fir-t Executive Committee meet
ine on Wednesday afternoon.
Prior to the official opening of
convention, all chapter council
and state presidents will attend
the Presidents Training Session
on Saturday night and Sundav
morning
At the closing banquet and
dance on Wednesday n
Albert Pallot
the Supri
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Friday, June 18, 1965
* /en/$f fir r Minn
Page 7-B
BEA
Dame of Miami societj
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Boa Blank will wear her 50 years of marriage like a
necklace of .>0 shilling beads next Sunday. Fifty wonderful
rean of being married to Sam Blank. How did it all start0
Bea and Sam's families were neighbors in Brooklyn. The
children were all playmates and Sam', three sisters were
Tomboy Bea s dearest friends. Bea worked in her family's
Jwkery store. After they were married. Bea changed ba-
keries and helped Sam in their own In 192") the Blanks
came to Miami to make their fortune. They made it and
live) l<-st It, Bui sam decided that although he leal n here
they'd sink it out. The Blanks have played, and continue
to play an aciue roll in the building "f the Miami corn-
interested m organization work and
has always done her share it
not always a big part -he says, but
she is always there 'lh" Blanks
have been h inored many times and
in many ways ten- their unstinting
efforts in Greater Miami Jewish
n, Mt Sin : Hospital
; rs Sam
to the I'nner
IN has been a Trus
tee tl i railed "'! he
w h n Dr
Ash and he firsl starl
< thi I'nivet i ad-
i h a twinkle I netimes
when she gets concerned about .
i n <-, t she .' es Sam a lit' e pu
Bea ran trul be .ailed the Grande
When she c m into a ballroon
Ihe arm ol her husband with her regal air, stunning
and vivid smiling face, she lo k- c\ ctlj as you wouli
peel the leader ol cietj to look Bea has never i
Her warmth and friendliness are the same whether she is
in marble halls or a cottage small, Her loyalty and devo-
tion ti> Ihe same friends she has had is one of her
outstanding characteristics, The Blank family is a cl se
knit i iii' composed ol daughter, Marian, married to Dr.
Stanley Frehling, daughter Rose, married to Sanford Kra-
mer and Jerome Blank whose wife ig Joan. There are i"
grandchildren Bea and Sam like to travel. They have hem
to Israel n times since their first trip right alter the war
111 194N.
what ,i privilege it has been for them bo see Israel grow
by leap- and bound* and to know thai they have had a part
mi it Foi nd opening ol one of the four hotels in
Israel with which thej arc associated, the Blanks made
quite on oi il taking the whole familj to
Israel nal opening of the Dan Hotel.
Bea .' h hi r s] arkli ays her hob
bies Ij and canasta. Concerts, theater, im-
ilrs, fund rai sing dinners '\
- i : i elan ation the)
travel Last weed the doctor said Bea needed ad n e m
Si a Vork for a week, saw five
ick feeling in the pink
he arrh s at the office, 9am calls
ning." Everj morning all
ol thi .. just to sa) Hello Mother This Sun-
day iv t: dance that the chil iren are giving in
honor ol their pi n wedding anniversarj
-hi' hasn't the slightest inkling of what is going to ht p
pen Thej ild to "look prettj and come to the Fon
lainebleau Grand I Fift) years, like Oft) bright
shining beads, fifty years ol love, friendship, happiness
compassion, devotion, dedication to famirj and community,
i ft) yei of marriage to her wonderful Sam will seem as
i%nl) yesterda) Sunday to Bea, when, surrounded by loving
friends and famil) she and Sam celebrate their Golden
Ing Da)
Beth Am Appoints
Committee Heads
Ben i i ted presi-
11 pie Beth Vn Broih r
llowing
Hi es:
ii p Arthur Jacowitz,
nan, ll e r i> e r t Dubbin, Di
William Sirvi r; y< m Kippur dam e
Jack Dulberg, chairman; ushers
Max Raskin, chairman, Irving Lax;
Southeast F< deration ot T e m p I
Brotherhood, Max Raskin, chair-
man: Sunday breakfasts, Macey
Schaffer, Harold Malm
Father-Child Dinner. B e r n a r d
Goodman, chairman, Norman
Werner and Carl Laks; program,
l)i Maxwell Dauer. chairman. Ste-
phen Carner. Robert Fenster. Nor-
man Weiner; inter-faith dinner.
Carl l.aks, chairman. Leonard Kap-
lan. Irving Lax; blood bank. Mi
chael Clein. Harold Malin: Chatau-
qua Society. Max Raskin; publicity.
Michael Clein
President's Council Meeting Thursday
Vi E 0 sip in ol the
Presidi nt's Council Mi
D inizati n
ol \in rica ha s ai thai tin
d uncil will e< I n 'I hur la).
J tie '.' I, in th hoard room o! -
v ashin ti n I i d e r a I Bldg 170]
Meridian Ave., at 8 15 P m
Projects undertaken by the com
hined districts will be discussed
as well as the acquisition of a per
manent Zionist House on Miami
Beach.
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those who have contributed full
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Dennis Barry Ever and Sheldon
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Dr Irving Lehrman. 1965 CJA
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Friday, June 18, 1385
Brides Follow Tradition in Selecting June
Gaie-Pollak
A double ring ceremony on Sun-
June 13. united the former
Gale and Edward Franklin
ak The afternoon nuptials,
lucted by Rabbi Irving Lehr-
were held at the Algiers Ho
\ reception followed
Parents of the newlyweds are
' Irene Gale, 11422 SW 41-'
51 and Fred Gale, >wn NVi 4th
kve and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Pol
. -. Tarrytown, N Y
For the pmk and red welding.
the bride selected a white full
i ngth sheath sown of taff'ta cov-
ered with lace and styled with a
detachable train She earned a
cascading arrangement of white
rosea and carnations.
The couple was attended by Mrs
Don Irving, the groom'.-, sister, and
Cheri Postelnek: Joseph Wolfson.
best man, and Harvey Saltzman,
jsher.
Newlywed Mrs. Pollak gradu-
ated from Southwest Miami High
?nd is now majoring in speech
herapy at the University of Mi-
ami. The bridegroom, with a de-
gree from the University of Mi-
ami, is teaching in Dade County.
The young couple will live at
C396 Manor Lane, So Miami, when
'hey return from a trip to Puerto
Kico and the Virgin Isles,
t>
to
Kornstein-Herskowiti
The Deauville Hotel was the set-
ting Saturday. June 12. for the
m riding of Marilyn Fay Kornsteifl
fend Allan Herskowitz.
Rabbi S T. Swirsky performed
'he late evening ceremony which
was followed by a reception at the
hotel.
Daughter of Mr and Mrs Fin an
iid Kornstein, 2444 SW 20th St..
the bride is a graduate of Miami
High and attended the University
Of Florida where she was a mem-
ber of Alpha F.psilon Phi. She
*ill graduate from the University
if Miami in August and plans to
each school in September.
Now a junior at the University
(if Miami where he is a member
Oi Phi Delta Epsilon, medical fra-
ternity, the bridegroom Is an alum-
nus of Miami High and University
r i
W>'ni'-r-K;ihn
AIRS. DONAID KRAMBR
of Florida where he belonged to
Pi Lambda Phi fraternity.
For the wedding the bride chose
a peau de soie sheath with bodice
and sleeves of alencon lace and a
skirt styled with a border of alen
con lace and a chapel train. The
crown was fashioned of seed pearls
and alencon lace and she carried
an arangement of white orchids
and lily of the valley
Attendants included her sister
Helen Kornstein. maid of honor.
Mrs. Robert Sidney. Mrs. Jack
Uerskowitz. Mrs Michael Scharf
and Mrs. Harold Samuelson. brides
maids.
Jack Herskowitz was his bro-
ther's best man and ushers wen
Jerom e Herskow itz. Bernard
Herskowitz. Michael Scharf and
Harvey Satz.
Parents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Herskowitz.
60 Shore Drive West.
After a wedding trip to Jamaica,
the couple will live in Coral
Cables.
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Salfzman-BregmcM
The former Doris Saltzman be
came the bride of Harold Hregman
in late evening nuptials on Satur
day. June 12. The ceremony, at
Temple Emanii-F.l with Dr. Irving
Lehrman officiating, was followed
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MRS. WILLIAM POLLANS
by a reception at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
Attending the couple were Shir-
ley Weiss, the bride's sister, and
William Bregman, the groom's
brother.
Daughter of Louis M Saltzman.
Allentown. Pa., the bride gradu
ated from William Allen High and
attended Bethlehem Business Col-
lege.
Now a hotel owner, the bride-
groom attended New Utrecht High
in Brooklyn. NY His parents are
Mr and Mrs. Jacob Bregman. 1005
Meridian Ave.
The newlyweds are on a motor
trip through the United States.
a
Whitman-Glick
Mr and Mrv Irving J Whitman.
1925 SW 86th Ave.. announce the
marriage of their daughter. Di
nne Beth, to Leonard Eugene
Click, son of Mr and Mrs. Harry
Click. 1750 Michigan Ave.
The double ring, candlelight cere
mony. performed by Rabbi Sam
uel April, was held at the Deau-
ville Hotel on Saturday evening.
June 12.
Atten ling the bride were Ruth
Ellen Whitman. maid of honor;
matrons of honor. Mrs Justine
Wolfe and Mrs. Paula Finkel.
bridesmaids. Alicia Finhorn and
Seena Mammon
Ushers included Melvin Wolfe,
Melvin Boros, Leslie Gomberg,
Lloyd Madansk; and Mark Finkel
Harry Robinson was best man.
The bridegroom is a senior at
the University of Miami where he
will receive a Bachelor of \r\
degree in January He is planning
to enter law school.
His bride Is also a senior at the
University of Miami and will re
ceive a Bachelor of Education In
January. She plan.-, to teach in
Dade Countj A gra luate "f Mi
ami Senior High, she i> a member
of Topai BBG
After a honeymoon trip to Ja
maica Mr and Mrs Glick will live
at the University of Miami Apart
ments in Coral Gables

Buchsbaum-Budd
Mini Duchsl a un, daughter of
Casablanca Hotel managing direc
tor, Jack Buchsbaum, was mar-
ried Saturday, June 12, to Edward
Budd. The ceremony was held at
the Crown Hotel with Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officiating
Following a honeymoon in Nas-
sau, tile couple Will ll\c in Mem
phis. Tenn., where the bridegroom
is attending college.
W. rni r Kahn
MKS. MOLD MfffSM
Wesfon-Kromer
Patricia Ann WestOfl and Donald
Bernard Kramer exchanged mar
riage vows on Saturday. June 12.
The Algiers Hotel was the site
of the 8 o'clock ceremony follow
ed there by a reception and for
mal dinner. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz officiated.
The bridal gown was an ivory
Bianchi original of imported bead-
ed reembroidered alencon lace. It
was styled with an empire waist,
sabrina neckline and long, lace,
tapered sleeves The flowing cha
|K'l train of alencon lace was bor-
Jcred with peau de soie.
The matching alencon lace chig-
non headpiece held a triple tier of
French illusion following the line
of the chapel train. The bridal
Kajquet was a cascade of white
orchids and stephanotis on her
confirmation Bible
Meryl Sue Weston served as her
sister's maid of honor with Berylc
Stern. Jacquelyne Mints, Robin
Bratter and Helta Winston, brides-
maids. Deborah and Susan Berg
man were flower girls, and Dennis
Kramer, ring !>carer.
The bridegroom's brother. Rob-
ert A. Kramer, was best man.
Stephen Libcrman. Allan I'armel
Jerry Carmel, Fred Howard and
Tony Bonell ushered.
Daughter of Or, and Mrs Law
rence A Weston, 1490 Clevi
Kd the bride is granddaughter o(
Mrs Ann Hayman, Mr, and Mrs
Max Weinstein
\ graduate of Miami Bi at h
Senior Ilr.'h new Mr- Kramer i-
a past president of octette ser<
Club, served as reporti
Beat hcombei
tend Miami Da le Junii .
The bridegroom is I
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan K
1261 St ill water Dr, Ni
pre dentistry courses, hi
uate "i Miami Beach Higl
tended the Universitj I : '
and Rets School ol EliI
gineering.
On their return from .
moon in Jamal a. Krarm i
bride will live at 8039 Cn
feinslein-Liebman
a high noon wedding S
Ma\ 90, united the former
1 Inlhs Feinatein and Mil
1 I.iehman with Rabbi Ht
Baumgard officiating. Nuptial
reception which followed he
the Deauville Hotel
Parents of the new lyvvc.
Mr and Mrs Irving Feinstein
SW SO'.h St Mr. and Mr- 1
Liebman. 2850 Pine Tree Dr
For the ceremony the bn<
lected a white silk organza
v.. h long tapered, sleeve- an
chapel train. A double pearl ,
with triple poufs of Frenc
pasted illusion and a bouqu<
white roses completed the e
ble.
New Mrs. Licbman's atter
in.hided Joan Belle Liebman
i if honor. Sandy Klosenberg. b
Solomon. Isabel Klein and
Segal, bridesmaids.
Best man was Fred Klose
with Murray Rubin. Harold S<
and Dr Herbert Ro-s servu
groomsmen.
A graduate of Coral Gables
the bride is in her junior >
the University of Miami Seiv
Nursing.
Mr, Ijehmnn is an alumr.
!the University of Miami and l-
attendlng its Graduate Scho
Education and teaching ii
Dade County Schools.
Following a homy moon in "
Beach, the couple will liv .
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Friday. June 18. 1965
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W.iji. -K.ihn
mm. miCHAH lubman
;.i the temple, were given by the
(ride's sister Mrs. Stanley Berman
and her husband of Mt Vernon.
Stanley Berman pave the bride
away.
For the eeremony. the bride Re-
jected a Christos of Galinas custom
original. The long sleeved gown of
.ilk organza had reembroidered al-
c neon lace on the bodice, scattered
about the skirt, the Wattcau chap-
1 length train, and encircled the
hem. An imported silk illusion veil
covered a crvwn of alencon lace
and seed pearls.
Daughter of the late Mr. and
-Mrs Max Maysman of No. Miami
Beach, Mrs. Kaplan was an honor
graduate of No. Miami High, was a
ronfirmand of Temple Sinai and has
a 1964 BA degree in bacteriology
from the University of Pittsburg.
Her bridegroom is a graduate of
Grecnsburg High, Greensburg, Pa.,
has a BS degree from the Univer-
sity of Pittsburgh and is now work-
ing towards a PhD in bio-chemistry
at Purdue University on a teaching
fellowship. He is a member of the
American Chemical Society. His
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Kaplan, of Pittsburgh.
Honor attendant.* to the bride in-
cluded Mrs. Eric Ottervik and Miss
Barbara Berman. Susan Altman.
Kuthann Kaplan, the groom's sis-

v\ i'.. r K.ihn
MRS. AUAN HtRSKOWIlZ
tt r. and Rita Katz were brides
maids.
The bridegroom's brother was his
best man with David Blum. Jeff-
rey Davidson and David Poscich,
ushers.
Following a week in New York
City, new Mr. and Mrs. Kaplan
will live at 141-8 Airport Rd., W.
I-affayette. Ind.
ti ti ti
Collins-Hersh
Following a honeymoon in Ja- ;
maica. Mr. and Mrs. Herold Hersh
will live at 1949 NE 172nd St.. No.
Miami Beach.
The former Sandra Lynn Collins
became the bride of Mr. Hersh on
Sunday. June 13. at the Algiers Ho
tel. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz offi-
ciated at the noon nuptials which
were followed by a reception and
luncheon at the hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. David Collins, 13640 So.
Biscayne River Dr. The groom's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Hersh. 831 NE 182nd St. His grand-
mother. Mrs. Fay Hersh of Brigh-
ton, Mass.. was here for the occa-
sion.
For the ceremony, new Mrs.
Hersh wore a gown of organza over
peau de soie taffeta styled with a
sheath front and bouffant back
-. a
Wernor-Kalm
MKS. HAROLD BRIGMAN
trimmed in r.lencon lace and seed
pearls. A crown of seed pearls held
the bouffant veil and she carried
cascading white orchids.
Honor attendants were Mrs. Juli
en S. Cohen and Mrs. Robert A. Col-
ins. Bridesmaids included Mrs. Jon
S. Rosenberg. Mrs. Arnold La Sota,
Mrs. Oliver H. Cross Jr., and Miss
Susan B. Clifford.
Robert A. Collins, the bride's
brother, served as best man. Louis
Zlatkin and Howard H. Marks were
groomsmen.
Now a private secretary, the
bride is a graduate of North Miami
Senior High and attended the Un
iversity of Florida. She is a for-
mer "Top Teen" and "Pioneer" of
the week.
Presently associated in business
with his father. Hersh is an alum-
nus of Newton High and General
Motors Mechanical School in Mas-
sachusetts and served with the
Armed Forces in Germany for two
years.
ti ti ti
Maria Gale Kessler Plans
Wedding for Aug. 15
A wedding at the Shelbourne Ho-
tel on Aug. 15 is being planned for
Maria Gale Kessler and Marvin
I.ee Braun.
The bride-to-be is the daughter
of Mr and Mrs. Harold .1 Kessler
4851 SW .Mh St.
Her fiance is the son of Mrs.
Judith Bell. 2293 SW 27th Ave.,
and Sol Braun, 2330 sw ltith st
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Daughter's Engagement
Mr .ind Mrs. Harold Pearlman.
sts NE isoth St.. N Miami Beach,
announce :h<> engagement of their
daughter, Kay Anne, to Fred 1!.
Sherman, son of Mr and Mrs. Al
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six I'd with a fitted bodice overlaid
with lace, SCO p neckline and long
I sheath skirl
had wai.-t to hemline lace panel
; nd full, soft pleats falling to a
,irnod her grand
I Bible c ver d with white
;. i i orchid; a rid ste] hanotis tied
into Ihe str< amers.
Attendants to the couple included
Arlene Cohen, maid of honor, Kar
I eldman, B a r b a r a Surloff,
bridesmaids; A 1 a n Surloff, best
man, Howard Hyman, Sheldon Sur-
luff, ushers.
A gradua e i I Miami Senior High
where she was a member of Span-
ish National Honor Society and Hill,
(d B'nai B'rith Girls, the bride is
alumnae ..f th" University of Mi-
ami School of Education. She was
,n member of the student Educa-
tion, Florida Education and Nation-
al Education Associations.
Lt. Surloff is a gra west Miami Senior High where he
was a member of National Honor
.Society. Mu Alpha Theta. math
honorary, and the high school band.
He has a Bachelor of Science de-
gree from the University of Miami.
was a member of the L'M Band,
and belonged to Arnold Air Force
Society. Air Force ROTC honorary.
ti ti ti
Greene-Pollans
An evening candlelight ceremony
on Saturday. June 12. united in
; marriage the former Irma Theresa
Greene and William M. Pollans.
The Saxony Hotel was the set
! ting for the wedding, reception
and dinner which followed Rabbi
Morns Kipper officiated
;in their return from a honej
moon m Jamaica, the couple will
live in Miami.
For the nuptials. Ihe bride .*
leeted a floor length sheath ol peau
de soie It had a chantilly lace
skirt styled with a scalloped edge,
fitted bodice, scoop neckline and
short sleeves. A lace and peau de
..... capelet terminating in a cha-
pel train completed the ensemble
anil she carried a cascade of or-
chids.
Matron of honor was Mrs Ber-
nard Briskman. Bridesmaids in-
cluded Dorothy Polofsky, Irma
Polofsky and Mrs. Lawrence Soko-
low.
Shayle Pollans was his brother's
best man. and Lawrence Sokolow.
Stephen Baum and David Sokolow
ushered.
Young Mrs. Pollans is the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Greene. 7860 SW 16th St. Her
husband's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Polansky. 5965 SW
64th PI.
An alumnae of Southwest Mi-
ami High, the bride is a magna
cum laude graduate of the Univer-
sity of Florida and is now teaching
! at South Miami Elementary
, School. A member of Phi Kappa
] Phi. honor sorority, she serves as
vice president of Alpha Epsilon
Phi, social sorority.
Mr. Pollans graduated from
Coral Gables High and is now at-
tending the University of Miami.
Hyman Surloff
A 1 a t e morning ceremony on
Sunday, June 13, united the form-
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and Mrs. Edward Hyman. 2410 SW
27th Ave.. and Lt. Stanley C. Sur-
loff, I'S Air Force. The bridegroom
is the son of Mrs. Kenneth Sur
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Attending the nuptials were the
bride's grandfather. Herman Miller
ol Now York, and the groom's
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Harry
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The Biscayne Terrace Hotel was
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rabbi.
Following the re .option and
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weds left for Webb Air Force
Big Spring, Tex., where the
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Friday, June 18,

Seek Knesset
Probe o; Rift
11 Rl SAi EM JTA il'. "
i m ..! part) faction in Israel's
I i .'it submitted this we< k
a motion tor debate on Premier
Levi Eshkols recent statement
thai there had been "irregulari
t i s" 'I""mv: Former Premier David
Ben Gurion's terms of office.
The motion called for creation
of a committee of inquiry to
examine the charge, the latest
development in the Mapai Par-
ty leadership struggle between
Premier Eshkol and the former
Premier.
Mr. Ben-Gurion, who has not at-
tended Knesset sessions since his
resignation as Premier, may at-
tend the Knesset meeting at which
the Herut Liberal motion comes
up. to support the demand lor an
inquiry, it was reported. In the
continuing feud between the for-
mer Mapai comrades,
J. Cohen Honored
At Special Service
Special i bsen ance of F I
i 8:30 a.m. P
sen ices on Saturda> Jacob C
< o h en inity S
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strictly Kosher beard & room with
conservative Jewish family. Write
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St.. Pensacola, Florida.
Charles Silverman Wins
Bureau Education Award
Chsu Ii Silverman, son Sara Silvt rman, I5th SI
an i the late Sydney M Silverman,
is a recent
uate of Beth Da
\ id Junior High
Religious School.
lie was award
ed the Jacob and
A'lele K a )> I a n
Prize by the Bu-
reau of Jewish
Education for an
outstanding mark
on the county
Charles Silverman wide examination
given students.
Charles is active at Beth David
Congregation and has participated
in the chanting of the service and
Torah reading. An honor student
at Shenandoah Junior High, he
was spelling champion of Shenan-
doah Elementary for six years and
represented his school in the Dade
County Spelling Finals. He was
voted outstanding student ol his
school up<>n graduation.
He is the grandson of Mr- Dor
othy Model and the late Charles
ii Model, of Montreal, Cat
Nat Pollack Rank
RaJsec! to Colonel
V,; p H k Director ol Custo
hut Relations for the GuU Amer
i< n Land Corporation, has been
promoted to the rank of Colonel
in the United States Air force His
training station is Homestead Air
Force Base
Latest promotion climaxes 2:i
years of service in the Air Force
joining the Arm) Mr fin's as i
I rivate in Mar. 1942 Pollack has
seen active service in World War
II and in the Korean conflict. As
comptroller and financial advisor,
he administered complex financial
programs, and developed top-level
budget and fiscal policies.
Pollack received a Masters De-
gree at Columbia I diversity and
a Bachelor's from SI Johns Uni-
versity lie holds graduate teacher
certificates from the States of New
York and Florida, and taught for
Dade Federal
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Friday. June 18, 1965
#0r. Rothenberg
Speaks at Beach
'.>: David Rothenberg will ad-
dress tin- Miami Beach B'nai B'ritb
11 dge during a n i m lunoh
( in. .it the DiLido Hotel, on Tues-
l. y
Di Rothenberg has t en on the
11 the ii" brew Academy as
i sychologiat since 19 \ and serves
..- i msultanl fi r the II pe School
fi r retarded children an i l> a ii e
( ountj Societj [or Crippled Chil-
JmlstifhrktiM)
Paqe 1 IB
Florida Podiatrists
Announce Officers
\ (kill sliii.' oj officer* wm in-
sedation on Friday, June 11, du
U Its annual convention at the
he .(ton Hotel in Pi Laudardale
Outgoing presided Seymour I-
op '!"1. I>sc. oi Miami, handed the
jfiiM-l in David \ Stone, DSC, "i
[fioli; wood.
a "i attending the convention
ten. this area were Miami Beach
Dr. .' Kishhcm, Dr Thomas Cur
lie: Dr Benjamin Tanner, Dr Irv
lag Block. Dr Kdward Samuel; Dr
agcne Weiss. Dr Herberl Fein-
her;-. Dr Martin Hams. Dr. M
Merlin, and Dr M A Kleiman.
kTrom Nort^i Miami Beach: Dr.
D Schwartz, Dr B Taldestein. and
Dr. Martin Horn
From Miam Dr I-copold. Dr
Freti I.ubenihal. DSC, Dr, Bd Hiird.
DSC. Dr S. Creen, DSC. and Dr
Donald Brown. DSC
Front Hollywood: Dr. Stone. Dr.
Sheldon Wilicns. Dr. O. Mock en
Dr. R. Kder. and Dr. H. Nehlebar.
Podiatrists arc specialists in the
eare and treatment oi foot ail-
ments. Before being licensed in
Florida, a podiatrist must complete
two years of pre medical educa-
tion, four years al an approved
ricollege ol podiatry, and pass lii<
Florida st.iie Board ">t Podiatry
aaaniii"'!
u Springs Villas Build
Room Hotel Addition
^^Dini'l I>r-.iklr .i liKiTiMim
an addition to the Miami
{s Villas properties, will be
i in August. a< cording t"
fB r u n < '"inpli'tion dale is
d foi ti Dec mber "i I
im and Ramos, architects and
eers, ln-r. '>.,.:. Bldg will de-
the hotel which \mII l- six
with .i "seventh in the fu
for .'ii i \'-> nti\e club
fchitecture *ill blend with the
I's llliilll
Over 75 leaders of Greater Miami Districts Zionist Organiza-
tion of America attended a leadership luncheon on Tuesday,
at the Honey Plaza Hotel. Lecn May. of Nashville, Tenn., pres-
ident. Southeast Region of ZOA, was guest speaker, and Gil
Rappaport, director, commentated a new collection of color
slides on ZOA projects in Israel. ZOA leaders at the lunch-
eon with May. and Rabbi David Shapiro, of Hollywood, chair-
man of the Regional Board of Governors, are (left to right) Mor-
ns Simon, honorary president, Miami-Gables District; M. Wil-
liam Smith, vice president, Miami Beach District; Fred Haas,
vice president, Miami-Gables District; Rabbi Shapiro; May:
Ben Giller, president, Miami Beach District; Isaac Donen,
president, Brandeis District; Jcc^b C. Fishman. chairman.
Zionist Luncheon Club; Joseph E. Jacobson, Miami Beach Dis-
trict leader; Sidney Raymond, of the National Executive Coun-
cil ZOA; Louis B. Rudnick, national Zionist leader; Mortimer
May, past national president of ZOA. Seated (left to right) are
Mrs. Mortimer May, Mrs. Leon May, and Ceil Wemtraub.
WCKT Honored By lawyers
For 2nd Consecutive Year
WCKTTV Ch. 7. for the second
consecutive year, was named first
place winner in the television divi-
sion of trn.- Florida Bar's Annual Me-
dia Awards, it was announced this
week b) Mar-hall R Cassedy. ex-
ecutive diretor.
The competition is conducted an-
nually by the Florida Bar to rec-
ornize outstanding public service
by the press, radio and TV in
contributing to public understand-
ing nf justice and Uie law.
WCKT was cited for 'Summa-
tion," produced for WCKT by liar
ild /.inn. director of Sunbeam Tel-
evision Corp. The programs are
presented regularly Sun.lay after-
noon in Ihe WCKT Camera 7"
project in cooperation with the
Dade and Broward County Bar
Vssi -
v. as Ordered to stay in Sweden
Meanwhile, he has been released
Neo-Nazi Leader Held in Sweden
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Jft>ar Robert Heine
Robert J. Heine observed his Bar
Mitzvah during services Saturday
I morning. June 12, at Congregation
[B'nai Raphael.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A.
leine, 18901 NW 23rd Ct. the celc-
rant attends Parkway Junior High
L-hool where hi- is an active par-
ticipant in the school's athletic pro-
rani.
9 Mr. and Mrs Heine honored their
[on .it t.he Kiddush following the
Ceremony.
I Among out-of-town guests were
Mr ,'nd Mrs. lrwin M. Heine of
Washington. D.C., Edward Heine.
Baltimore, Md Mr. and Mrs. Har-
?ry Kracoff and son of Philadelphia.

Michael Spring
On Saturday morning, June 12
'Miili.nl David Spring was Bai
Mitzvah at Temple Tifereth Israel.
Son of Mr. and Mis. Elliot
Spring. Michael a '.-nil- Horace
Mann Junior High. He has l>ecn a
straight A Honor Roll Student
and won the seventh grade "Art
Award this year.
The c lebrant was honored at the
Kxktush following the ceremony,
Robert Brandman
On Saturday, June 18, Robert, son
of Mr. and Mrs David Brandman,
will be Bar Mitzvah.
Rcber: is a seventh grader at
Riviera Junior II; ', He is inter-
estrd in swim nn a and guitar
Guests .' im u le
parents Mr and Mrs Harry' Brand-
man of !> e t r o 11. Mil h gri it
grandmoth r Mrs Jeannette Ma
son. grandtath. r R< tx ri Si bel, both
of Miami.
Reception uill be held at home
following services.
Jimmy Elterman
Jimmy, son of Mr. and Mrs
.ichard Elterman. will observe his
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning,
June 19, at Beth Torah Congrega-
iflav
. *ne celebrant has just graduated
from Beth Torah Hebrew School,
having completed five years of
study, and is in the eighth grade
t John F. Kennedy. Jr. High. His
hobbies include piano, stamp and
coin collecting, and sports.
. A reception and dinner will be
held in Jimmy's honor at the Deau-
Ville hotel Saturda\ evening
at Shenandoah Junior High and ha>
attended Beth David Religious
Sch< >1 for three years. She enjoys
swimming and is talented in sew-
ing.
Mrs. Cosby is giving a luncheon-
I reception at home following servic.
at and a party in the evening for
Susan and her friends.
T' Camp Ending Registration Here
Jay Chaban
On Saturday. June 1*. Jay. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Chaban
will be Bar Mitzvah.
Jay is a seventh grade student
at West Miami Junior Higi*_where
he is in the accelerated math class
and plays clarinet in the school
band. He is also an accomplished
i
Jimmy Elterman Gary Paskal
brant is interested in science and
baseball.
Howard's parents will tender the
Kiddush in his honor following
services.
I
Robert Heine Steven Hackmyer
pianist and has won an award from
the National Guild.
Out of town guests will include
h s grandmother Mrs Dora Cha-
1 an f Brooklyn
1 :. will 11 held Sat
nigh) at tV- Barcelona Hotel.
Gary Paskal
Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Je-
rome Paskal, will be Bar Mitzvah
at Betib Moshe Congregation on Sat-
urday. June 19.
Oneg Shabbal following Friday
evening services and Kiddush on
Saturday will be held in Gary's
honor. He will also be feted at a
dinner r< ception Saturday event ij
at the Bel Aire II >tcl.
Attending the celebration will be
his grand] rents, Mr and Mrs.
Ben Paskal I Akron, 0.
A student at North Miami Jun-
ior High. Gary has attended Beth
Moshe Religious School for the past
four years.
He ill be wearing the same tal-
lis his father wore at his Bar
Mitzvah.
His Bar Mitzvah teacher. Norman
Lipson, is the son of Ci ntor Willi-
.; Lipsoi u ho officiated al the
ij naming Gary in Akr n
The ceh t is a membi r of Boj
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Howard Kaminsky
On Saturday morning, June 19.
ard Paul, son of Mr and Mrs
Irving Kaminsky, B010 SW 18*.h
Tcr., will Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Zion.
A seventh grade student at Rock-
way Junior lii.^h s hool, the eele-
Spinoza forum Lecture
n I o S litude" will be
>; the lecture by Dr. Abra
ham "ii Thursday morn-
befi re the Spinoza Forum for
' ill Educati hi, 10 to 12 noon, in
the auditorium of the Washington
Federal, 1234 Washington Ave
Registration nor me summer oay
camp program of the Y.M YVVI1."
of Greater Miami is now com-
pleted, it was announced by liurt
Garr. camp director. One combin-
ed camp is being conducted]
for all of the "Y" branches at th-
new "Y" facility at 8500 SW 8th
St. Transportation service is avail-
able in all parts of the county. The
day camp season opened on Mon-
day, and will be conducted for j
eight weeks.
Thus far enrolled from the Mi-
ami area are:
Charles Alssen, David Aranow,
Marcla Aranow, Richard Rarocaa,
Alan Bell, Judj Bell. RobeN Bell,
Cheryl Bernstein, Kenneth Bern-
atein, Nancy Berkowlts, Elliabeth
l lien ki r, Helen [ S l In n-
n.r. N,u Bretan, Janice Bretan, Hal
Bi dm n n. ho ..Ii B ij k>. .! ffn Can-
non, Marsh.ill Cannon, Nnnc-> Havls,
jay Dubin, nil Diibln, David Imiin,
i ,1 la 1 >unn, Lei I '-. onson, Si Kin-
horn, lb i'ii F l< lain r, Robin F x. Ja-
coh Oi iz. Robi rl >'.ill>. rt. Jnj II
Ii nnli Uoldl Sold-
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Jacob Itnrhl M ai 1 Raven,
Ri r<-i Rei
Si II RobinH>n, Kan n i^ mer, Rli hard
Romer, t.ary Ri
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Madeline Berk, Beth Berk. Debbl Sln-
l |] mil ri Bei kaon, Bobby Berkaon,
Jlmmj Ruskln, Matthew Hodes, Bar-
bara Kass, I 'li> Ilia Kaaa.
I'll!' i the .Miami
area Jeffrej Silverman,
Marahall Qarber, Jack Morris, War-
rei nn, Mark Meadowa, Barry
still. Brad Bauer, Jeffrey Wiener,
Llaa Corica, Nam s Kreedman, Peter
Stack, Joseph Smith, Martin Zolac,
David Lelfer, Vlan Kramer, Kl.tine
Stern, Barn Mi-nrlll, Ell Uolo, Irk-in
Morris, Jonathan Charlff, Debbie
II. nn. AnKlc Mesaer, Adam Truahan, Rlckj Preedman, Seth
tladlnaky, Mark Nadler, David doff,
Todd Ba el llli ha rd Kramer, Cindy
Kredel, Lorl Rosen, Karen Welnkle,
\\.nii\ Ross, Selma Marcus, Nancy
Ilnaker, Stephen Miller, Michael
Stack. Freddie Ni n-ma '..
Robbl VVallman, Bryan Gadlnaky,
Tt-.->. I :<\ Id l.i. ht. i. Marc
,1 Idsh, Jerrj Bauer, Scott Herman.
Tina !.-- Jodj Berkowlts, Nancy
SIB man, Lisa Cha Iff, Pamela
es, Dlam Predel, Lou Ann
Smith, Cralg Kroi lyte, Qlenn Mun-
iK-h, Stevi Rosen, Robert Welnkle,
iar> Bodsen, Pi pe
Hi iter, Man a Zoiac, Suaan Slansky,
Lorl s. gal, Ketty
i .man. I lebbl Belkov, Deborah
Vli-/ i...; i, Edward l Tesner,
I il to llli r, Law ri nee
w Ii m r. Vt lam Jablah.
l-hyllls Mill. Brodle, Lynn
D.-lil.l, i Janice Oelb,
i- I \ in sin ii Wallman, Pam-
ela tladiniky, Susan Kooperman,
Nan<-> Lifter, Andj K ppeli Alan
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Ann
Camper? enrolled fnm the North
I '.mi. Dnvld Cl oat, I IreaK
.i n- K.-vln s.iks. David Perles,
: VI i i: man, Bonnie
si. ii-riv'i. s nron C>hen, Judy Co-
hi ii. And; Ri Ifl Mai Egosl, areg-
iirj Kiibi i Iman, Mai llyn
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Denlsi Dpi Barbara Stein, Glenn
Robi rt Kohn,
Brad Si-I lei Wallet,
Kill n i I Krii Iman, Janel
i In ii Minna Jacob}
l. Ai dn .i ioldlii rK.
Lisa Mi ndelaon, i. ira
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Susan Cosby
At service.-. Saturday June 19, in
Beth David Synagogue. Susan II.tr
riet Cosby, daughter of Mrs. Helen
Cosby, 16oti SW 1st Ave.. will be
Mitzvah
Susan is a seventh grade student
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Dr. Harry Wolk Dies;
On Mt. Sinai Staff
Mrs. Jeanetle Rosenberg Dies
Wife of Philip, Age 70
Mrs Jeanette S R senberg, 70,
wife t Philip R eentx ol
lOh, Florida died Thiirsdav.
June io.
Mr- Rosenberg, a native of
King-ton.
Eatal
Dr rfarrj E Wolk, a staff mem-
ber of Mt Sinai, Jackson Memorial
j.r.d st. Francis Hospitals, died
June 11 at the age of .if
Dr. Wolk came here from
land. O.. 14 years ago and
ut 140 S. Hibiscus Dr..
Beach.
A past president of Temple
Sholom. he was a member
Dade County Medical Society,
iellow of the American
Obstetric and Gynecology, Amen
can Society of Abdominal Sur- been past prescient of The Men
geont,
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COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No 65C 6595
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jn Washington was informed by a
phone call from Portland that the
club barred Jews and Negroes, an
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organizers of t h e luncheon who
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COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 65C 6615
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6729-C
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NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 67269
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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LEGAL NOTICE
THB CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
LEV6NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
- -JXIOA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 65C 4916
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IN THI CO. NITY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND : DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66911 -A
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY iN CHANCERY
No. 65C 6519
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V"l ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
u I' miplaini for Annulment ,.i Mai -
"- in In ii filed at:. Inal j ,.ii, and
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<>PJ "i your unawer In the Complaint
oil tin Plaintiff a .ii ;..i urj ARTI1I It
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N u "Ii Street, Miami, i
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ATTORNEYS!
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patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
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for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 67297.B
IN HI
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NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. N CHANCERY.
No. 65C 5915
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FLORiDA IN PROBATE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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FLOR'HA IN \" roc -.aoE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. KC ?526
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NOTICE UNDER
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tile Ulid. .- to i-niini;. in
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
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Further be advised thai Plaintiff
rialme mil title and all intereata In
the follow inn deaci ibed pi pertyi
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APPETIZER DEP7
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1600 79th STCAUSEWAY 1845 ALTON ROAD. MIAMI BEACH
FOOD FAIR STORES WITH APPETIZER DEPTS
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DADELAND
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1420 ALTON ROAD
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FREDERICKS STORES
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1825 N.E. 185 TH ST.
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