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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 39 Number 2
Friday, January 14, 1966
Two Sections Price 20c
We're Evasive About U.S. Rocket Men in Egypt
WASHINGTON (JTA) A I
State Department spokesman |
Tuesday declined to state the pre- j
sent United States policy toward ,
American citizens working in the j
Egyptian military rocket industry ;
but said that the Department was
looking into reports of the employ- j
ment of Americans in such work.
He was asked to define U.S. pol-
icy toward such activity by Amer- '
ican scientists, in connection with (
a report from Cairo that two Amer-
leans have been working there se- i
cretly for the Egyptian rocket sys-
tem, and that the two have worked
in American space industry before
accepting the engagement in
Egypt The Cairo report also said
that U.S. Embassy officials in
Egypt have acknowledged that
they had "heard" of the activities
by the two men for some time,
but declined to say whether the
reports were correct.
The two American rocket ex-
perts were reported to have
taken up further developments of
the Egyptian rocket program af-
ter the chief Wet German
scientist in charge of the pro-
gram. Prof. Wolfgang Pilz, had
returned to Germany. The West
German rocket teams had de-
veloped three rockets with esti-
mated raryjet of 180 to 370 miles.
Each of the rockets could hit Is-
raeli targets from bases in the
Sinai.
Robert McCloskey, State De-
partment spokesman, said the De-
partment had no information on
the situation and could neither
confirm nor deny the engagement
of Americans in the Egyptian
rocket program. Other U.S. offi-
cials said they knew of no legal
. barrier that would prevent Amcr-
| ican scientists who so desired from
working for Egypt. It was pointed
out that they would not be violat-
Continued on Page 8-A
Gen. Dayan
In Miami
On Sunday
Gen Moshe Dayan will be hon-
ored at a reception here Sunday
evening at the Fontainebleau Ho-
tel
i in- former chief of the General
Staff of Israel's Defense Forces
will be at an 8 o'clock fund I'm
il by the Rassco Israt
p. according to Harry Alan
ders, local Rassco executive.
\ reception committee, headed
bj I.ouis Rudnick. of Coral Gables,
lirector of Rassco. will greet Gen.
Dayan. Michael Sossin is chair
man of the event.
Gen. Dayan was Minister of
Agriculture in the Ben-Gurion
administration frpm 1959 to
1964. He is the author of a
a highly controversial book, "Di-
ary of the Sinai Campaign," re-
leased at the end of 1965.
Born May 4, 1915 in Kibbutz De
..nia Aleph, Gen. Dayan attended
Senior Officers School in England
and the Hebrew University of Je-
rusalem. He served in the Hagan-
nah from 1928. becoming deputy-
commander of Gen. Orde Wingate's
Might Squads in 1937. He was de-
tained by British authorities at
Continued on Page 7 A
State Dep't. Watching
Israel Nuclear Power
GEN. MOSHl DAYAN
guest of Rassco
Rockwell
Loses Suit
ALEXANDRIA. Va. (JTA)
The Federal District Court here
smissed a $100,000 damage suit
I by American Nazi Party lead-
George Rockwell against the In-
' rnal Revenue Service for seizing
Uty's property last month in
.en of back taxes owed the Gov-
nment.
Judge Oren R. Lewis ruled that
Rockwell "has no standing" to col-
' damages and that the Internal
Revenue Service was within its
ighta in seizing the property.
Senators Ask
Explanation
On Ship Bow
WASHINGTON (JTA) Three
leading Senators asked Commerce
Secretary John T. Connor this
week for an explanation of what
steps the Department had taken
over the cancellation by the Amer-
ican President Lines ship. "Presi-
dent Roosevelt." of a scheduled
stop at Haifa after an Arab boy-
cott warning.
Senators Jacob Javits, New York
Republican. Harrison Williams.
New Jersey Democrat, and Clai-
borne Pell. Rhode Island Demo-
crat, charged that the steamship
company defied the spirit of the
American antiboycott law. The
line cancelled the Haifa visit after
Egypt threatened to bar the ship
from the Suez Canal.
The incident was recalled by
Rep. Seymour Halpern. New York
Republican, in connection with the
administration's decision to re-
sume aid shipments to Egypt Rep.
Halpern asked how Egypt's "ar-
rogant dictation as to which ports
of call American ships may visit"
could be reconciled with the State
Department view that Egypt had
'moderated" policies affecting
United States interests.
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
greatest immediate threat of nu-
clear proliferation in the Near
! as! is arising in Israel and future
aid and loans, including the pend-
ing nuclear desalination project,
may be linked with agreement by
Israel to desist from development
of atomic weaponry, high-level
U.S. sources revealed here. The
subject of Israel's nuclear weapon
potential will be closely observed
during 1966. it was said, and mea-
sures sought to inhibit Israeli de-
velopment along these lines
State Department officials,
meanwhile, said they had no com
ment nor confirmation of reports
i attributed to American officials
; that Israel has entered into a sec-
1 ret contract to buy medium-range
ballistic missiles from France. The
i Department sought publicly to dis-
sociate itself from these reports
which some quarters have charged
! were deliberately "leaked" to obs-
cure the developing issue of re-
cently revealed American arms
i
Continued on Page 14-A
AMERICAN OFFICIALS QUOTED
Israel Press Dismisses
Times Report on Missiles
JERUSALEM (JTAi A re-
port by the New York Times that
American officials believed Israel
is buying secretly a large number
of medium-range ballistic missiles
from France was dismissed by Is-
rael newspapers this week as a
Washington ploy.
The Times story from Washing-
ton cited American officials as say-
ing Israel had placed an initial
order for 30 of the 50-mile missiles,
a range enough to reach Egyptian
targets from launching pads in Is-
rael. The missiles, according to the
story, are being developed by
France as a military version of
the Diamant rocket used by-
France for its first satellite launch
last year.
The story quoted American
military observers as believing
that the missiles could have a
stabilizing effect in the Middle
East except for the alleged fact
that American analysts were
"disturbed" by Israeli "nuclear
ambitions." The report held the
experts as feeling that without
nuclear warheads, the missiles
would not have much military
value because they would need
widespread destructive power to
Continued on Page 13-A
EYES PHENOMINAL OUTPOURING AS 'MIRACULOUS'
'Fortune' Hails Jewish Philanthropy
NEW YORK (JTA) The an-
nual "gross national produrt" of
Jewish philanthropy in the United
States has been estimated by "For-
tune" magazine at about $625,000,-
000 as part of total annual philan-
thropy of $8,000,000 in this coun-
try. An article in the January is-
sue of the magazine of American
big business -tressed that philan-
thropy is a major interest of Amer-
ican executives
The miracle of Jewish giving
Can l)i' traced to ancient Biblical
and rabbinical teachings that
make philanthropy the very core
of Jewish values." the article, writ-
ten by Robert Sheehan. states. It
also attributes the vast and suc-
cessful results of Jewish giving to
"the circumstances of early Jew
ish life in America which made it
imperative to develop forceful
fund-raising techniques."
Noting that the Jewish popu-
lation in the United States had
grown rapidly through large
waves of immigration in the last
century, forcing American Jews
to raise money to aid their poor,
the article recalls that the Amer-
ican Jews, started improving
their fund-raising techniques
about 1895, with the formation
of "the federated charitable fund
drive."
Now. the writer states, with 3 -
585.000 Jews in the United States,
about 80 percent of them native-
Continued on Page 5-A
Israel Envoy Due at Initial Gifts Dinner
Gershon Avner, Israel's Ambas-
sador to Canada, will be featured
speaker at a dinner of the initial
Gifts Division of the Combined
'wish Appeal on Jan. 23 at the
rontainebleau Hotel, according to
co-chairmen, Leonard Rosen,
David B. Fleeman and Arthur
t ourshon.
Avner will speak to one of tno
'"ajor divisions of the Combined
Jewish Appeal, which has set a
1966 campaign goal of $1,566,666
for more than 50 agencies locally,
nationally and overseas.
Before his appointment to the
Canadian Ambassadorship in
1963, Avner was Minister to
Sweden. Prior to that, from 1958
to 1960, he was head of the
American Division of the Israel
Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
At 29. Avner became the first
director of the Jewish Agency's
West European Department in pre
Israel Palestine. It was bis job to
develop relations with France.
Italy, the Benelux countries. Nor-
way. Sweden, Denmark and other
European states, and later to help
: set up Israel's missions to these
countries. In 1952, Avner was
named political adviser of the dele-
1 gation which negotiated a repara-
tion agreement with Germany at
the Hague Conference.
Avner, born in Berlin in 1919.
settled with his family in Pales-
tine m 1930. He studied at Exeter
and Oxford, where he specialized
in economics and political scence
and took an honors degree in 1942
He was elected president of the
\ Oxford Union, world-famous stu-
Continued on Page 10-A

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Annual Anti-Defamation League Meeting
To Begin With Business Session Sunday
MAN BIHIND ABtSS AWARDS PAGE 3A
AWARD-WINNER JOSEPH BRECHNER PACE 6-A
Leaders of the Florida Regional |
I osrd of the Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue of Bnai B'rith will convene
^undav morning at the Dupont
] Ma/a Hotel for the ADLs annual
board meeting here. Coming from
various communities around the
slate, they will join with residents
(p| Dadc County in evaluating the
work ol the agency during the past
year and consider plans for future
implementation.
Chairing the business sessions.
scheduled to begin at i) a.m.. in
ine Terrace Hoom of the Dupont
ta, will be Board Chairman
e William L. Pallot. Among
iti ms on the agenda lor the meet-
I which will run until noon, will
. a report by Miami Beach Coun-
cilman Paul Seiderman, on the ac-
tivities ol the KKK. both national-
i nd in Florida; a report bj Exe-
ve Director William G. Pins-
i n tiie findings to date of the
. Universitj ol California
year probe into anti-Semitism a
rl by Executive Committee
ce i hairman I 'harli 11 ildstein
UN Program
Set at Library
'The Individual and the l>
itic Proct --" ii! be disi
Vliatnj Beach Libi at y on I
. II. 14. T
Speakers air Sidnej Cooper, ol
ach Senior High School.
Sti Herzfeld, of the Hebr<
lemy.
The program is under the au-
i- oi the United Nations As-
ciation, In charge of information
- Mrs Anna B. Weiss
on ADL's counter-action program
against private clubs which have
discriminatory restrictions.
Past Board Chairman Burnett
Roth will report on the Amer-
ican Bar Association-Bath Club
developments in the summer of
1965 and also the ADL's actions
involving the Breakers Hotel in
Palm Beach. In addition, the
meeting will receive the Nomin-
ating Committee's report, chair-
ed by Sam A. Goldstein, and will
elect officers, trustees, Execu-
tive Committee and board mem-
bers to guide the Florida League
in 1966.
The meeting "ill he climaxed 1 >y
the llth annual Leonard L. Abess
Human Relations Award Luncheon
at noon The Abess Award is
annually to recognize an individ-
ual, organization, institution or me-
dium ol communication for "furth-
the goal oi he Mi r human n
lations and contributing
ally to the well
the state of Florida."
i. oi the av ar : this
are the Hade County Public
i>. which will he honori
"serving our nation r :
1
tion io a" \
ft-ard lor (he si
: i fill be I'i Joe Hall, -
ml oi Dade Com
Schools, and .Mi s. J S. 1
man ol the Dad
School Hoard.
Also to he cited is Joseph I.
Brechner, president ol television
station WFTY ol Orlando, Fla he'
g a "champion ol democrac>
BENJAMIN R. EPSTEIN
and forthright spokesman for dec
ency and honor among men.
Guest speaker at the BV
luncheon will he Benjamin R I
stein. Ol New York VD1 S na
tional din I
iated with the Anti Del
,;,, ,,.. ;,. 0f B'nai B'rith for
more than 23 years 18 ol thei
al director n
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Friday, January 14, 1966
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Man Behind Leonard Abess Awards-
A Leader Who Prefers His Privacy
This year's Leonard L. Abess, of Miami President Henry King
Human Relations Award goes to I Stanford.
the Dade County Public- Sehool | ^ fc ^ ^ ^.^ ^
awards? His credo is that those
who are fortunate enough to
help others should do so but
privately and without fanfare.
Abess, honorary chairman of
the ADL's Florida Board since !
1951, served as chairman from '
1948 until 1951. Since 1963, he
has also been a national vice
chairman of the League.
A chairman of the old Miami
Beach Community Chest in 1954).
he has also been an officer of the
Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce. Miami Opera Guild, Dade
County Cancer Clinic. Orange
Bowl Committee, and the fund-
raising campaign of the University
of Miami.
Along with Baron de llirsch
Meyer, in 1955 Ahess donated to
the then Community Chest its
building. At present, he is presi-
dent of ML Sinai Hospital and a
member of the Board of Trustees
of the University of Miami. He is
chairman of the board of Ci'\
National Bank of Miami and past
chairman of the Florida State
Board of Accountancy.

llONARD I. ABtSS
System and Joseph I. Brechner,
i i Orlando. Fla.
Last year, the Anti Defamation
League of B'nai Brith conferred
the award on Rep. Claude Pepper
and the St. Petersburg Times.
The award will be made at a
Florida Regional Board meeting
Sunday at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
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or I). Lee Powell, former State
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Volume 39 Number 2
Fridav, Januarv 14. 1966
22 Teveth 5726
Mrs. Meir's Unique
Role in Israeli Affains
Golda Meir's resignation brines
to an end another historic era :n the
development of the young State o!
Israel. For herself. Mrs. Meir can
look back on a life patterned after
Lie finest tradition of the diaspora
Jew and the personal fulfillment of
her Zionist dream.
From classroom teacher in Mil-
waukee, Wise., to foreign minister of
Israel these are the inner and
outer limits of Mrs. Meir's contribu-
tion to herself and the world in which
she lives.
Now, she can look back with ex-
treme satisfaction upon having
achieved a role unmatched by any
other woman in international politic-
al afiairs.
One of Mrs. Meir's most impor-
tant contributions was her guiding of
Israel's destiny in the direction of a
close rapport with the newly-emerg-
ing African nations at a time when
Israeli leaders traditionally tended to
regard their European ties as pri-
mary to the best interests of their
country.
This followed as c natural conseguence of
the single advantage wrested from the Sinai
cempaign. the freeing of the Port of Eilat from
Nasser's guns on Sharm el Sheikh in the
Straits of Tiran. It nevertheless took a person-
ality of deep insight to recognize the fullest im-
plications of this conseguence to see in it
more than mere shipping and trade advan-
tages, however important these obviously are.
But Mrs. Meir's contributions will, of course,
be measured in many more terms. They will,
indeed, be measured in broader terms. We are
seddened both by her indisposition and her
resignation.
We country. We are delighted that among Israel's
great leaders, so many of whom came from
Eastern Europe, was Golda Meir, of Americcn
extraction.
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school system Sunday aTe in a sense a mutu-
ally indistinguishable occasion, which will be
saying "well done" to an institution and a man
for their contributior.s to the advancement of
the democratic process
Benjamin R. Epstein's appearance here will
emphasize the tor.e of the Sunday meeting. A
noted author zr.d expert in the civil rights move-
ment. Mr, Epstein will bring a report of major
signifcence to ADL representatives horn
throughout Florida
The Grant to JVS
Florida ADL Meeting
Regional meeting of the Florida Office of
the Anti-Defamation League of B'nci B'rith will
this Sunday feature the appearance of Ben-
jamin R. Epstein, one of the ADL's top nationcl
executives, and the presentation of the Leoncrd
L Abess Award to the Dade County school sys-
tem and Joseph L. Brechner, television station
owner of Orlcndo, Fla.
Both events are worthy of community no-
tice. Our Dade schools are being cited for car-
rying out the mendates of the Congress and the
courts, in implementing the true meaning of a
public school system in a democratic society.
Our community -s singularly fortunate in
having avoided the racicl tensions experienced
by other cities, both in the north and south, as
a consequence of their integration efforts. The
conscientiousness of our school and commun-
al leaders, in many cases the same individuals,
continues to go a long way toward fulfilling
the spirit of the original May, 1954 ruling on
desegregation.
Mr. Brechner. by his judicious exercise of
social consciousness in conducting the affairs
of Station WFTV in Orlando, has been con-
sistently cited for public service broadcasting.
The presentation to him Sunday of the Leonard
L Abe&s Award will be one more in a dis-
tinguished list of recognitions ranging from the
Thomas Alva Edison Foundation Award, to the
Florida Education Associations Bell Award
for "excellent presentation of public school
problems." to the establishment of the Joseph L
Brechner Youth Fellowship of the B'nai B'rith
Foundation of the United Stales in his honor
in April. 1965.
The Anti-Defamation League's recognition
of both Mr. Brechner and the Dade County
the week
,. as i see il
by LEO MINDLIN
Friday. January 14. 1966
| DON'T believe we ha\c ever i
been better informed
Inriiio tip U'PI't are ,odav Increaso1 effi-
(III I IIIL I'll ciency in news coverage i-
one element involved The ca-
pacity of television camera-- tn
be on-the-spot has proliferated
into an even more valu.r
rection that of Interp
tion. In order to interpret,
i people need to know
about the past than before;
they must also be unfearful with respect to looking into the future
The one hinges upon the other Reliable experience encourages the
ability to make inferences from possibility. The consequence is -hat
reporters and editorialists no longer exclusively write about the
facts The) understand that facts develop out of the manipulation
of human events
Take, for example, the case of Fr. Daniel Berrigan. SJ.. assoi iate
editor of Jesuit Missions," and Fr. Daniel Kilfoyle, SJ.. of St. J\ .
College mi Jerse) Citj Both were recently transferred to South
America after thej involved themselves in protests against IS in-
tervention in Viet Nam, Why these particular, meG? M,lb the Viet Nam Issue, one might still tend to disregard the trai sfei
a- a question of internal chinch business until the matter ol Fr.
Francis E Fenton arises
Fr Fenton, pastor of the Blessed Sacrament Church in Eh .,-
port, Conn., has on the other hand been transferred nowhere Fr
Fenton remains free to continue as a member of the governing board
John Birch Society, and to use his church bulletin to pi
the society. _
THf UNlMBUUSHiD UPIANAVON
OR TAKE .1 G Sourwine, chief counsel for the U.S. Senate Sub-
Itee on Internal Security The subcommittee recently lirkrd
Abba P Schwartz, administrator <>f the State Department's Bin.
onsular Affairs, with "espionage agents" of the
ol Israel When Schwartz previouslj served as special counsel
Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration, he came into
uhat the Sourwine subcommittee called "frequent contact with in-
dividuals who were attached to the Israeli espionage service in the
United States
The alleged agents included Fliahu Elath. president of Hebrew
University, and Teddy Kollek, new mayor of Jerusalem. When
idenl Kenned) initial!) appointed Schwartz to the subcommittei men
like the late Rep Francis Walter, then chairman of the House I'na-
meriean Activities Committee, hacked Schwartz to the hilt; although
the Pennsylvania legislator's statements on the floor of the Housi in
the early fifties in behalf of his own McCarran-Walter Immigration
Vet frequently bordered on the anti-Semitic and worse. Then why
the Sourwine hatchet-job today?
What Sourwine really tried to do was to discredit the State De-
partment's Security Division as a consequence of the firing of otto
Otepka, who had been accused of conduct unbecoming a State IV
partmenl officer Otepka had. in fact, furnished untuthortzed Stau
Department information to the U.S Senate Subcommittee oil Internal
Security, S rwine wanted to prove a point. Hence, in retribu-
tion, the Israeli espionage charge against Schwartz, the State Depart-
ment administrator
<>r take the ease of Lon David Shaw, home-grown Miannan. who
recei d to dropping firebombs from an airplane on
in our area because he had singled out the residents there as
munist agitators and Negro rioters.' Shaw continues to insist that no
els ".i- involved in his activities In fact, the detective who ar-
rested him, explained it all by declaring that "Shaw's against every
bod) against Communists, the .lews, the Negroes."
The U.S. Government grant to Jewish Voca-
tional Service end the Dade County Economic
Opportunity Proarcm recognizes the yeoman's
work JVS has been doing ever the years in ful-
filling the employment needs of our commun-
ity s disacventaged.
Through its local endeavor, JVS has pro
vided jobs for "problem employees" with phys-
ical handiccps and other difficulties, who are
capable of performing a variety of ta?ks if
only they were offered the opportunity special
to their needs.
!t has been the Jewish Vocational Service
--=s.-: to ferret out these opportunities through
its workshop connections with potential em-
ployers in the Greater Miami area.
As a consequence of this fecet of its endeav-
or, which includes other, equally important ac-
tivities, JVS will now be cooperating with the
Economic Opportunity Program here and Pres-
ident Johnson's war en poverty.
The grant ^ a proud recognition of one of
our Jewisii community agencies.
The Escalation of Arms
Both East and West are as diverse in their
actions with respect to the Middle East as they
are opposite in their geographic location.
Washington and Moscow reiterate the dan-
ger of an arms race between Israel and the
Arab countries.
Nevertheless, Nasser is today receiving jet
fighter planes of the most advanced design
horn the Soviet Union. While our own country
hess suddenly and with wilful abandon bequn
to beef up the military capacity of both Jordan
and Saudi Arabia.
Where this leaves Israel is hard to say We
can only recall outgoing Foreign Minister Gol-
da Meir s parting words to the Knesset- "Is-
rael, she declared, "will take all steps necet
scry- in order to safeguard, nurture and even
enhance the deterrent strength of its armed
INJIBIOCKINC KUATIONSHIPS (N OH* TIMf
IN MANY WAYS, the arresting detective's remarks are no less of-
fensive than Shaw s one-man raids were, however reportonal the de-
tective's words appear to he One may well ask: Is this ^everybodj
munists, the -lews, the Negroes? Do they represent the Ameri-
can -oral ncm) in toto, or are these the confused thoughts of a b
even if a 'well intentioned" bigot, who lumps unrelated groups to-
gether because the) occasionally envision similar ends?
The answer here i difficult except to suggest that the simplt
reportonal task in uur time is a dangerous one when it fails to take
Into account information about the past and educated guesses relating
to the future Those who have dug out the full stories behind Fr
Hitman and Fr Kilfoyle. Abba Schwartz, and even Shaw hi;
demonstrate the interlocking relationships governing human events
When we stop sh) of demonstrating these relationships, we render
a disservice We have not made others better informed. We
merely made bare facts available, and it is hardly true that facti
speak for themselves: uninterpreted, they are too often mislead
One ear, go on and on. Take, for example, the recent report in
a V'* \ork newspaper that "the respon.se of the South African Jew-
ish Board ol Deputies is an embarrassed, ambiguous silence This
was offered as an assessment of "the Jewish community ol -
'which is resisting pressures on its represent-!'
-'":.- to take a clear stand for or against the government and it*
racial pohcu
MCTS AS MtR[ SYMPTOMS
^HAT REALLY occurred was that Dirk Richard, editor of I1--:
;ek' ;1 'o**ng Afrikans weekly, examined in-his- column. In
"> VPtaion. some of the political attitudes of South African Jews,
parttcularl) as related to public suspicions concerniDg their al
sbdo ace ,,n,i subversive activities; the equallv alleged failure o
,.!'!','u' ',, "' sUnd Whist Israels anti-South African altitude
ward the i nited Nat-,,,,. ,.,;,., ,h), allcf.ed disinciin8,H>n rt the >*
"commit himself on the white man's struggle: and whether Jew!
could be counted on if the eoi.nt.-y had to go to war against th
oi d population
These are In themselves, provocative issues. They are. on their
"rely allegations Some have anti-Semitic overtones. Others
D^HtioI?*^.an^wpetriatioii of undesirable immigrants: while another
Krshi?enUrel Tran8VMl Na,",na' ***, banned Jews from me-
How, then, are South African Jews expected, apart from theil
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fJewish ttorSdttaun
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Jewish Philanthropy Hailed
Continued from Page 1-A
born, "the Jewish federated fund
drives raise $130,000,000 a year,
and this is exclusive of endowment
income and a variety of large
capital campaigns." The Jewish
"gross national product" for phil-
authropic purposes, it was stated,
'Lruns to something over $625,000,-
000 a year."
"An outstanding charity," the
article continued, "is the United
Jewish Appeal, which is concern-
ed with tlie resettlement in Israel
of Jewish refugees from Europe
and Africa. Ill its 27 years of exist-
ence. UJA has raised over $1,500,-
000 In 1966 its goal is $73,000,000.
The campaign is being led by Max
M. Fisher, the Detroit industrial-
ist, who is also president of the
nonsecetrian United Foundation of
Detroit. Jewish businessmen, of
course, do not confine their fund-
laising skills to Jewish charities.
"The campaigns of the UJA and
other leading Jewish charities are
marvels of organizations, but be-
yond that there does indeed seem
to be a strong historic and religi-
ous thread that motivates the lead-
ers. In ancient times the highest
prestige was accorded the trustees
of the Kuppah.'
"If a Jewish businessman to-
day priies the esteem of his
peers, then the way to earn it,
whether he be an active religious
worshiper or not, is to do his
full share in behalf of Jewish
philanthropy. It is the' practice
of some Jewish golf clubs and
luncheon clubs to check first of
all on the adequacy of the appli-
cant's Jewish and United Fund
gifts.
New Federation Chaplaincy Program
Taps Top Leaders for Advisory Unit
Appointments to the Advisory
Cbro.Dititee.ior the newly-organized
chaplaincy program of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation have
been announced by Joseph M. Lip-
ton, Federation president.
Sam J. Heiman. who chaired
the study Committee which estab-
lished the need for the program,
has been named chairman of the
Advisory Committee. Lipton an-
nounced.
With Heiman on the commit-
tee will be vice chairman, Wal-
ter Falk. and Dr. Herbert M.
Baumgard, Rabbi Jonah Caplan,
Leo Eisenstein, Irving Kaplan,
Dr. Joseph R. Narot, William
Rafkind and Harold Thurman.
Rabbis Baumgard. Capian and
Narot were appointed to the com-
mittee by the Rabbinical Associa-
tion of Greater Miami, which is
cooperating with the Federation in
this join! venture.
A chaplaincy program was pre-
viously sponsored by Federation in
the late 1950s and was in opera
tion for four years. "The needs for
such a program are evident."' Lip-
ton said, "and we hope to fulfill
them by reinstituting the program
"A Jewish community chaplain
will have the responsibility of vi-
siting the sick in hospitals, insti-
tutions and jails. Many times,
especially in a community based
on tourism, people have need of a
rabbi for personal reasons but are
far from home with no contacts. '
Lipton stated.
The committee's job will be to
set policy, prepare a budget to be
, approved by the Federation^
Budget Committee and to hire per-
, sonnel.
"Non-Jewish fund raisers marvel
I at the technique of the famous call-
ing dinners' that kick off major
Jewish philanthropic campaigns.
! After the formal speeches by visit-
, mg dignitaries, the chairman starts
calling the roll. Each guest rises as
his name is called, and the chair-
man coolly asks, 'AH right, Jack.
j what will you give*. Or perhaps,
i 'Well now, Morris, you gave $25.-
| 000 five years ago, what will you
give this time?" A noted Jewish
businessman smilingly comments.
It sounds kind of brutal, doesn't
it? But actually, it's a lot of fun,
jand what's more it works.' "
(The Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds estimated
this week that Jewish federated
fund drives for maintenance pur-
poses yield S130.000.000 a year.
i Payment by users of services pro-
I vided by local agencies includ-
i ing health, welfare and other local
services grants by united fund
community chests, government
grants and other income, total al-
most S500.000.000. The resulting
"gross national product" th- an-
nual level of income and costs of
Jewish communal services in the
United states stand a* better
than $625,000,000 a year, the
CJFWF said.
New Synagogue
Opens on Seech
A new Orthodox synagogue has
opened on Miami Beach at 808-
6th St.
Spiritual leader is Rabbi Meyer
i Lieberman, of Richmond. V'a. Ren-
; dering the musical portions ot the
i liturgy and acting as Baal Kor"h
| is Rev. Jacob Greenberg.
Lewis Kamen is chairman of the
new congregation's Ritual Com-
mittee.
I. LOUIS SHOCHET
FounderThe Jewish Floridian
Called to His Eternal Rest on
TEVETH 25'h, 5699JANUARY 16th, 1939
"3& &V* in. Uexvilb tUe eaiue Kithind
5,4 to. uie 1o>uv4>i"
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THE WEEK... AS I SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
own ethical motivation, expected to go across the board for such
government avowed policies indeed, to be sympathetic to the pur |
poses of the prevailing party when the party was at one time inimical ]
to their most basic interests''
With properly interpreted knowl-
edge, the picture has been ad-
justed If the public does not im
mediately buy it. the information
Is nevertheless finally available
for fuller understanding.
Phis is the evolution of news in
our time With sociological ten
sions forever mounting, motiva-
tion often emerges as more sig- j
nificant than events themselves.
Which tend indeed to become
mere symptoms signs and sym-
bols of the future.
On Stage In Person
SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 29, 8:30 P.M.
Shlomo Carlebach
Internationally Known Folk Singer
appearing on behalf of
N.C.S.Y. of Greater Miami
in the IDA APPEL AUDITORIUM
HEBREW ACADEMY
2400 Pine Tree Dr., Miami Beach
Admission: For Tickets
$2.00 and $1.00 Call Evenings, 532-1296
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* Jewish nuridlii&n
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Dayan Due in Miami Sunday
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Acre Prison from 1933 to 1941
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the Israel delegation at the Island
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officer of the General Staff for
armistice affairs. In 1948, he
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Page 8-A
*Jewi*ti KhiridlirJiti
Pago 9--
JVS Gets Federal Grant for War on Poverty
Jewish Vocational Service of Mi-
ami has been awarded a grant of
$201,488.
Announcement of the grant, giv-
en in conjunction with the Eco-
nomic Opportunity Program of
Dade County, was made here this
week hi a telegram sent by Sim-.
Spessard Holland and George
Smathera and by Rep. Dante Fas-
(cll
Purpose of the grant will he to
conduct an anti-poverty program
in the Greater Miami area.
"This is the first such award
made to a Greater Miami Jewish
Federation-sponsored agency to
combat poverty," declared Mrs.
Charles P. Feinberg, president
of JVS.
Mrs. Feinberg said the grant
"will he used to meet one of the
most pressing economic problems
of the culturally deprived and the
chronically unemployed adults in
UPTON
our community."
MRS fllWlRG
DR. GOODMAN
Mrs. Feinberg said that during
The major purpose of this one '"' f'ls< >'il1 of ,hc Project. 450
year program which, if successful trainees will receive training
can be continued for a second ana through the Jewish Vocational Ser-
third year, will be to provide pre vice and the Economic Opportunity
vocational and vocational training Program. Inc. "Some 300 of these
for people who can not qualify for people will be served directly
many available jobs in the Dade through JVS. while the other 150
Countv area. I will be placed directly into on-the-
job training programs in regular
industry through EOPI and the
Bureau of Apprenticeship Training
of the U.S. Department of Labor."
According to Dr. Michael
Goodman, executive director of
the Jewish Vocational Service,
occupations for which these peo-
ple will be trained have been
certified by the local and state
offices of the Florida State Em-
ployment Service as jobs in
which shortages exist and can
not be filled from the local labor
pools. "Industrial and business
firms have indicated their will-
ingness to become involved in
hiring these trainees, since their
own hiring needs have not been
met," he explained.
fare and human needs, was thus
recognized by this us. Govern-
ment grant."
According to Mrs. Feinberg, the
300 trainees will receive from
eight to 12 weeks of pre-job train-
ing at JVS. including aptitude-
testing on work samples in some
15 different occupations; learning
good work habits, such as coming
to work on time, and attendance:
learning how to get along with
other workers, as well as with
work foremen; how to dress ap-
propriately for job interviews;
Mow to fill out application blanks;
job counseling; actual job and
vocational training, in order to
find the most appropriate job for
them; and they will be recom-
mended for specific on-the-job
ley, who functions as
tive director.
its execu-
will be plared by staff mem
bers of the Economic Opportun
ity Program, Inc., under the di- j The on-the job training program
rection of Dr. Harold Strauss, | wjh |ast for 2f> weeks, and after
project director. EOPI, the lo- i completion the trainees will be
cal community action program, full-fledged employees in regular
is headed by Richard Weather- industry.
The trainees will he paid a trai
ing rate during hoth phases
the overall program. The Da>
County Board of Public Instri
lion will provide a basic edu(
tiun program for trainees wl
need SUCh services
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Mum on Rocket Experts in Egj-pt
Continued from Page 1-A
ing t'nited States laws unless they
were former Federal employes or
had worked on Government con-
11 arts and had revealed secret in-
formation to a foreign employer.
Pep Seymour Halpern. in a
speech on the House floor, an-
Rabbi Stern
At Seth David
nounced Tuesday that he has asked
the United States Attorney Gen-
eral to investigate possible viola-
tions of Federal law by American
scientists employed in Egypt's
military rocket industry
The New York Republican told
the House that he has also made
a formal request for a Department
of State investigation and public
report on the matter He termed
lations are taking place."
Hep. Leonard Farbstein.
New
York Democrat, a member of the
Near Eastern Subcommittee of the
house Foreign Affairs Committee,
made known today that he has ask-
ed Secretary of State Dean Rusk
for a report on the extent of Amer-
ican military assistance of all
kinds to the Arab states. He made
Joseph M. Lipton, president of training in regular industry in
the Greater Miami Jewish Fedcra- I those jobs for which they are best
tion, hailed the grant to the Fed- suited.
eration agency "as a step forward ; Training at the Jewish Voca-
in our responsibility toward the Uonai Service will be under the
community's total welfare. We direction of Dr. Goodman
are proud." he said, "that Jewish |
Vocational Service, one of our Goodman explained that upon
Jewish community agencies de- completion of the pre-vocation-
signed to help forward our wcl *l training program, the trainees
a,
v_y racl
the work by Americans in Egypt the request in a letter to the See-
on rockets as "deplorable." He retary of State,
said that a full disclosure of facts
'rips to
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Congress may lake appropriate le-
gislative action li> ensure that
these abuses do ""I occur"
Rabbi Harold I. stern shared
the pulpit with Rabbi Sol Landau
at Beth David Congregation on
Friday evening.
Rep. Halpern pointed out that
"there is a distinct possibility
that the two Americans named
in reports may be former Fed-
eral employes who, in the course
of their work, may be marketing
their nation's secrets for private
gain in violation of Federal law
He is also a regional advisor of Accordingly," he said, "the U.S.
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Dec. 31, 1965 Dec. 31, 1964
Cosl ond Due from 'Bonks ......f 14.025.503 27 $13,914,427)2
...mment Obl.gotions ..... 11,457,336.75 10.829.873 84
ll corporation Bonds ....... 400,029 81
.i Reserve Bank Stock ...... 159.900.00 158.050 00
State. County ond Municipal Bonds 5.582,670 20 4,764.333 47
New York Stock Exchange Bonds 254.805 59 254.527 53
Other Bonds tStote of Israel)...... 60.000 00
U.S. Government Insured or
Guoronteed FHA & VA Loons .. 2.543,740 03 2.765,607 72
Other Loons ond Discounts...... 30.784,158 75 27.963.71143
Overdrafts ........ 127 32 809 34
Bonk Buildings ond Pork.ng Lots 1,802,014 48 1,835.945 32
(corned ot ccst less accumulated
depreciation amounting to
$208,661.41)
Former Bank Building and Stores 168,379 99 198,561 36
(carried at cost less accumulated
depreciation amounting to
$171,196 52)
Leasehold Improvements ........ 47.163 43 41,998 80
Furniture and Futures .......... 721,517 37 737,024 23
(corned at cost less accumulated
depreciation omounting to
$882,551 78)
Income Eorned but not Collected 256,602 27 223.289 78
Customer Liobility, Letters of Credit .. 729100
Other Assets ............ 154,45153 127.737 25
Totol Assets........... $68,418,400 79 $63,828,688 39
LIABILITIES
Deposits .................. $61,479,681.00 $57,511.073 98
Accrued Taes, Interest ond Expense 285,954 77 186,473 66
Income Collected but not Earned .. 944,184.26 573.$11.80
Letters of Credit ............... 7,291.00
Additional Reserves ............ 55,057.08 42.936.64
Total Liabilities .........$62,764,877.11 $58,321,58^08
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
Capitol Stock .................$ 3,535.000 00 $ 3,535.000 00
Surplus ...................... 1,789,400.00 1,728,500 00
Undivided Profits .............. 257,238.05 188,966 45
Reserve for Contingencies........ 71,885 63 54,634^86
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Peol Estate l-sestmerrts
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M. E. LINDGREN
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Vice President, Pj '"''s
National Bank of Con*mcrre
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JOHN H. MERCER
President. J'-hn Mercer
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*Jenist> fhrkUnn
Friday, January 14
4, 1966
Symbolic of the Greater Miami YM and
WHA's rapid development as one of the
country's beautiful and complete Jewish cen-
:ers for leisure-time activity and cultural en-
deavor are these contrasting photos. Left is
the old Southwest YMHA Branch, no longer in
existence, showing the antiguated facility as
compared with the spacious, ultra-modern lob-
by (right) of the new "Y" at 8500 SW 8th St.
The new "Y" features 20 landscaped acres,
containing one of Florida's largest outdoor
swimming pools, tennis courts, handball, bas-
ketball and volleyboard courts, football field,
luxurious lounges, meeting rooms, ballroom,
and offices, among other facilities.
It's One Year for New 'Y'
Greater Miamians were this week receiving
their Blue Books in the mail. The distinctive blue-
covered publication is the YM and WHA Guide,
luring a listing ol programs and activities
level, from tots to golden age, at
eater Mi imi YM and WH V.
publical the first anniversary
ihc "Y's' ce nadequatt
the posh spread
> at 8300 SW 81 ite oi the former
lub.
Pointing to the huge surge of activity the
"Y" has exMeriencid as a consequence of the
move, Paul Faske, president, Wednesday noted
>' :,ere aro now 78 employees, professional,
staff and maintenance, as co-npared to a total
cf 30 at the 'Y's' former facilities."
I there i n 41 stud 'nts en-
Early i hild Development Program
to 21 before." Other statistics show
there v in 225 youngsters enrolled in the
i camp piu.ram as compared to
I in 1064.
were closed on Sunday.
At the new "Y," the attendance has averaged
! Sunday, according to Efraim
Gali director oi the organization,
which i> a beneficiary agency Miami Jewish Federal inn. the United Fund of
Dade County, and a member agency ol the Na
tional Jewish Welfare Board and the Welfare
Planning Council <>i Dade County.
Vddi i in liis augmenting of Faske's
': "Where very few groups met
regularlj al the old facilities, the now Y' has
I I group.-, meeting al leasl once a week
The i ii i iffers one
- mi ti i-ni-. handball, i aseball and
all en.iris, indo ir
and stal ccs \- .. i mse-
hi) ;i h hool -'
inert i acilities for their

A leview of the new "Y" Guide indicates
a variety of programs, including a Tiny Tot
Oneg Shabbat, Sunday Celebrity Series, winter
day camp, cultural arts programs for young
and old, physical education programs ranging
from swimming to judo and from biddy bas-
ketball to -iris' volleyball, discussion groups,
and senior citizens events.
our new 20-acre spectacular site has meant
much both to the pro the Y and the
our community." Faske noti d.
Israel Envoy Due at CJA Function
Continued from Page 1-A
J
[nitial Gifts Committee is
ic about the upcoming
: and the entire 1966 CJA
associate chairman Flee-
said, "because of the response
cently, one "i the first major meet-
ings of this year's campaign re-
sulted in a 25 percent increase oi
gifts.
"We also are looking for a 25
percent increase- or bettor,"' Flee-
man said.
The Initial Gifts Committee
also was optimistic about adding
'0 members to the Federation's
Silver Menorah Club made up
of givers of $1,000 or more. The
Federation and CJA already
added 12 new members to the
Golden Menorah Club, givers of
$5,000 or more to the campaign.
Associate chairmen in the Initial
Gifts Division are Judge Irving (y
pen. Leo Eisenstein. Paul Faske
Martin Fine. Emil Gould. Marshall"
8. Harris, Sam Luby, Jr.. Baron de
Hirsch Mover. Herbert Paige, .Jack
S. Popick. Louis Poller, Lawrence
E. Singer and Stewart Sunnoss.
Bazaar Luncheon
At Ner Tamid
Ner Tamid Sisterhood held
a bazaar luncheon in Sklar Audi-
torium on Tuesday noon.
Armission was a package
of merchandise. Card games fol
lowed.
Chairman is Mrs. Murray Shaw
President is Mrs. Eugene Sch-
wartz.
Initial Gifts Committee in-
i William Agranove, R. Wil-
Apio. Sidnej I). Ansin, L.
Stanlej Berenson, Theodore Ber
man, Jerry Blank, David P. Cat-
man. Joseph Cohen, Ben I
Leon J. Ell, Walter Falk. A C.
Fine. Sol Frankel, Hen Giller, \
L. Gllckman, Sam Goodman, Sam
A Goldstein, Abe Green, Melvin
N Greenberg, Hurt Haft, A. .1 Har-
ris. Louis Harris, Sam J. Heiman.
Daniel \. Heller, Ernest Janis.
Also. Irving Kaplan. Leon Kap-
lan. Donald A. Kaplan. Louis Ko
nin. Jerry L. Kipnis. Aaron Kra-
vitz. Robert Krinzman. Sidney l.of-
court, Dr. Irving Lehrman, Sam
C. Levenson, Harry Markowitz.
Ben Mi-.Mrs. Harry Mizrach, A. J.
Molasky, Judge Joseph Morris.
Emil Morion. Samuel Mufson,
Alexander Muss, Stanley c Myers.
Ben Novack, Harry Osias, Norton
Pallot. Sam Pollock.
Also, Jacob Rabinowitz, Morris
Rabinowitz, Charles Reskin,
Joseph M, Rose, Alexander Rubin,
Irving Rubin, Robert Russell, Ar-
nold Seeder, Mendel] M. Selig,
Jacob Sher. William D, Singer. Mil
ton sirkin. George L. Sogg,
Richard Stone. David Stuzin. Carl
Susskind, George Talianoff. Harold
Thurman. Byron J. Topol, Robert
L. Turchin, William Weintraub,
Milton Weiss. Max Weitz. Leonard
A. Wion and A. B. Wiener.
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Social Action Institute Slated
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Second semester Ol the Adult
Education Institute of Both David
Congregation includes a series of
Sunday morning forums on "Soc-
ial Action in Judaism." First will
he hold on Sunday. 9:30 a.m.. in
the Social Hall.
Basic subject tor the January
meetings will be a discussion of
United States foreign policy re-
Harding Viet Nam. Speaker Jan.
16 will be Dr. James T. Tedeschi
Jr.. of the Department ol Psy-
chology at the University oi Miami
Ho will present "A Critique of
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Differing viewpoints will bo pre-
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R, Ferdie. national legislative co-
officer, and member of the Na
lional Executive Committee of 'he
on
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Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual load-
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Continental breakfast \< ill be
served at 9:15 a.m.
Series is being arranged by
Bernard Segal and M. Jay Berlin-
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Jacob Cohen Sisterhood
Luncheon and card parly for
members of the Jacob C. Cohen
Community Synagogue Sisterhood
were held in the social hall on
Tuesday noon. Mrs. George Simon
i Jewish War Veterans, will speak is president.
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V Supports Viet Policy
FOR RELATED PHOTOS ... SEE SEC. B
Florida State Attorney General understanding the importance of.
Earl Faircloth called Commander the preservation of democracy.
Waldor's trip to Viet Nam "a dis Rev. Theodore K. Gibson offered
In another erecting to the rally. ''nt'' public service" as a means o' the benediction.
[war in Viet Nam is being
{on two fronts, the national
ndcr of the Jewish War Vet-1
fof the U.S.A. declared here
lander Milton A. Waldor
Miami Beach to address a
|ic rally sponsored by the
Department of the JWV
freak fast in the Dcauvillc I In
ie 800 persons heard Wal
[who has just returned from
on-the spot personal inspec-
of the U.S. war effort in
Nam, say that military ac-
in Southeast Asia is only
aspect of the escalating cam-
oilier is a civic action 'f
Waldor told the rally, which
d lop military, communal,
li.il ;* i \\Jov. whose trip t<> the \ iel
elds was : aid foi bj
|\VV, e> 1 will be
ion from whci
ectcd to h won.
Ire wi del <- w Ih the
h can
to teach about d<
i\ic pride in their community,
Viel I ong may be (he ma
I. i : j. hut it i-> there lhal we
p: prevail
(ting the is peace offensive
one of the most distinctive and
lone peace efforts in the hls-
of man. Waldor called the
kipaign unprecedented and one
Icrving every avenue of explor-
lon.
Earlier. Dr. Irving Lehman,
ritual leader of Temple Emanu-
oifered the invocation, opening
event Presentations were made
Mayor Elliott Roosevelt, of Mi-
ni Reach: Mayor Chuck Hall, of
L'tropolitan Dade County: and
ayor Arthur Snyder. oi North
lam: Reach
Vice President Hubert Hum.
phrey greeted the capacity ral-
py via a two-page telegram, com-
plimenting the Jewish War Vet-
lerans and Commander Waldor.
[A special proclamation by Flor-
ida Gov. Haydon Burnt was also
1 read, proclaiming Americanism
Rally Day. Jack Berman, com-
mander of the JWV Florida State
Department, made a presentation
to Waldor.
'hairing the affair was Daniel
jNeal Heller, of Miami, past na
Itional commander of the veteran's
jorganization.
In another address, U.S. Rep.
I Claude 1'epper called for extensive
IS. bombing of North Viet Nam in
the event Red China intervened in
l lie war. as well as demanding fur-
ther active assistance from our al-
B'Nai Raphael Meeting
Hebrew reading group of Con-
gregation B'nai Raphael will meet
'' 7:;i0 p.m.. Wednesday, at the
H vnagegue,
DOG RACING
EVERY NIGHT
EXCEPT
SUNDAY
lies with whom we fought two
world wars in the 20th century.
Recalling the march of Adolf Hit-
ler's troops into the Rhineland in
1935. Pepper reminded the JWV
rally that the Nazi forces had
strict orders to withdraw if the)
met will) opposition. In an across- ,
theboard plea. Pepper called upon
total U.S. support of American for-
eign policy and the Viet Nam ef
fort in order to avoid North Viel
Namesc misunderstanding of the
U.S. commitment in Southeast
Asia.
In extended remarks. Command-
er Waldor voiced strong opposition
to American negotiations with th<-
Viel Cong Waldor. who was the
first American at Ihe site of the
bombing of the Metropole Hotel i'i
in. lold Ihe capacity attend-
ance lhal "l saw ;.i first hand Ihe
ho iblc mutilation >. wo
chlidrt n a I o hi r non-c tanl
inflii the \ "ii;.
"Th's is .' terrorist 9roup rep-
resenting no par'y and ro coun-
try Waldor declared. While
ho'dir.g the c'ojr ooen fo' nof.3-
tiation with authorized North Vi-
etnamese authorities, Waldor
siid he doubted that officials
there were really interested in a
nego.iated peace.
In the event our peace i
meets with no success, Waldor
called for an all-out military
drive including the bombing of the
harbor at Hyphong. At the same
time, he declared that "we must
recognize the right of Americans
to dissent to disagree with our
foreign policy.
"But since we are now in war.
we must win it. and what the dis-
senters are doing is to suggest to
the Communists that Americans
are weakened in their resolve. This
would be a disservice to our effort
in Southeast Asia particularly
when some 38 other nations are
directly or indirectly involved in
helping us."
Representing the Flor da legisla
tive delegations were Slat? Rvp
Mnxine Raker. Robert Shvin
Eddie Gong. From the Judiciary
were Judges John Bed I
ward Klein. Jack Falk. Ra> Na-
than, Grady Crawford, and Harvie
Duval.
Clarence Decker, state com-
mander of the Disab'ed Ameri-
can Veterans, was among vet-
eran organization leaders at the
event.
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Friday. January 14. 1966
n&ii
ICJIOMS
&
ervices
J his LAJeehend
AGUDATH ACHIM. LombirO/
6305 Collins Ave. OrthodOK.
5 p. m
Kn.la-
Mmi-li .
p.m SaturUii>
4:15 1
,". p.m,
mi Suturda)
lia.ii i.'UUrt'.
AHAVAT SHALOM CONOH6CA-
TION. 98S SW 67th Ave- Oortnoflox
Cantor Morris Barr.
b'ridn> S:K> i>.m. l'-a.- Mitavrfji: !.ind:i.
'l*u>riHer of Mortis ivnitxni.ta.
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AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cariyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
---- ----
AN SHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Emanuel KushelwiU.
president.
Friday 5:10 p.m. Saturlay am
Mlncha 6:W p.m
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BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. CantBV
William W. Lipson.
Fridaj B:15 p.m. Sermon: "Judaism's
Formula f"r Mental Health/' Satur-
daj B a.m. Bar Mltsvah: lviil. ion <
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sternsheln.
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schift.
Fridaj 5:30 and B:J0 p.m. Sermon: "Is
Man Making Progress?" Saturday 8:Sfl
..in Sermon: "These are the Same*
Mum ha 5:15 p.m.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
i'i..i;(\ 5:30 p.m Saturday B ^ in Ser-
mon; 'Slavery."
BtTH JACOB. 301 w.ishinf Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
FVIdaj ". L5 p.m Sal unl i>. S:ltl i m
rmon: "When Truth Rises PYrmi the
Earth "
----
BETH KOOESH. 1101 SW-12th Ave-
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor "Benjamin Ben-Arl.
8:l"i |>.m Sermon; \ Neil
Exodus." Saturday 1.1 ;i n_ Si
'Are We Counted?" 1 p.tji Disc ission:
'Numbers I K> Count."
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative,.
Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes.
Prlda: B:15 p.m. Sermon: "Torah -"-
The Life of the .lev." Snturd.i> *:*S.
a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Jay, son of .\li*-ct
Ko nbo '.
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
22Teveth 531
i
8'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
Friday B:15 p.m. Bermon: "l.smel Wrat
Born Saturdaj 8:3U a.m. Mlncha 5
p.m.
----
CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MI-
AMI. 1242 Washington Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Dov Rozenrweig.
------e>
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enteld. Cantor George Goldberg.
Friday B:15 p.m. Bermon: "Portion of
the Week." Ones Shabbat hosted by
Mr. and Mrs Jack Green In li.....>r of
grandchildren, Mrs Carol IVelnatein's
and Mis- Karen Blum's weddings.
Saturdas "'''" a.m, Mlncha 5:80 p.m.
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801
S. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leyiton, Cantor Jerome
Klement.
-
FT. LAUDERDALE JEWISH CEN-
TER. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Conservative. Charles Dickson. pres-
ident Dr. Jack L. Morris, cantor.

HALLANDALE JEWiSH CENTER.
410 E Beach Blvd. Rev. Paul
Deutsch.
n n m >,: in -ii 'halutzlm
' in. k Shahbal homed b} "Strs Re
Klnn I'l Iiman and Mrs Hannah
I..it, i
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
Fridn
ha i
5:20 p, m
, l".m.
Ins : .. in. Mil
BETH RAPHAEL. 1545 Jefferson
Ave. Conservative. Cantor Saul H.
Breeh.
"Trlda> B:15 p.m, finest ane^lcw Dr.
Michael Horowitz Saturday 9:45 a.m.
--------
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
---- ----
BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11t'i
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
Fridaj 5:30 and R:15 p.m Consecra-
tion ceremonies. Saturday B:46 Ltn
Mlncha ">:i". p.m.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
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HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th
St.. Homestead. Conservative.
---- ----
ISRAELITE CENTER. !175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
L. Drazin. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Fridaj *.:ir. and 8:13 p.m, Guest
speaker, Louis Schwartsman, execu-
tive director, Bureau of Education.
Topic: "The Power of the Book."
ones- Shabbat hosted b> Mr and Mrs.
Dan Homer In honor "f their annl-
>.,r> Saturdaj B:30 a.m.
----
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Hebrew Lesson
-in ,vpg .n^rrs? nijns
i "BKi n9fi^g ng'1915 nfc1ri
miiipya wpqsft) jn$**\
j?1? opip JBtbfwt nnxinn
-pi?? Vwftff i^g itirw
rrij-hpyn n^ D^SW is nnip
.ana aha^'Van" .fh|| Tina
-) nij-hp? -irzp tyosrj
-inpy 181 ,n*tj ,ipor|-'ri?
-JUJ ,D'pi3na> B"ilp nij
V, *?* tola? ,^pp3
-Ofj ,nnag-nix")8p onw*
*Ii ,D'Vyl9 75 Dl3 D'j?
oy irj n^jiarj .m>j n^
nonri n*p]\n afartn
n^:rtoop^?7na^q
tmfo m?? **U RtylHf)
A Pity fo Wrjta with the Pencil
You writwta better. Suddenly you
find the word,"Jerusalem" on the
pencil. That brings you into an-
other world, and you begin to
think: what does that name mean
to me?
How did the word "Jerusalem"
get onto the pencil? Very plainly
In Jerusalem, there is a factory
ailed the "Jerusalem Pencils,"
thai was founded in the year 1950
i- the first factory in the country
to make wooden pencils of all
types. This'firctory supplied the
country's consumption and also ex-
ports
The inhabitants of Israel and
ia arpV "^arr jiioy
yr\p) .arqp ania nnx
nK liioyn aj bv nVjp nrs
vai?9 ni .rtfvi" n^an
"1JB nnKi: ,nn o^v) ?|niH
d?D i? lois no la^D/' Hj
B^VJ** ovn |*|B i?'a
.ittp oirp t|nfyn *||"^|
stnpan typp ijfh *fni
-13 "iff. /D^fyvv nianpy
}i#K-i ^ypaa i5o wfa tp
^|p f y nutiBf vmfy nn
nK pppp nr ^pp -B'J0
n n?!pi ny"jn na*iyiD
ri^T^ a? frtmfW
3fim ferft '3fi
those of 25 countries in Europe,
Asia, South America and Africa
use pencils made in Jerusalem. It ;
is a good feeling for the people of
these countries to use a pencil j
made in Jerusalem. Many of!
them even keep the pencils for a
keepsake. It is a pity to write
with the pencil.
The factory makes pencils for
school use. drawing, for engineers
and architects. Seventy-five work-
men from the country work in the
Factory that was established by
Jews from the United States. In
all. it is an important contribution
to the industry of the country.
(Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Samuel Vigoda.
Fridaj 8:15 p.m, Friday nUjhl forum
dedicated 8lsterhood. Sermon:
"The Jewish Mother and The Jewish
wife." Saturday 8:JO a.m. Bermon:
"Mow the Jews Discovered Egypt."
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday .". and S:30 p.m. Sermon: "Ecu-
meDical Council." Saturday I'M a.m.
Sermon: "Becinnlng the Great Adven-
ture."
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LUBAVITCHER MINYAN. 800 Wash
ington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abra-
ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field.
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MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
---- ----
OHfiV SHALOM. t1 Nopmandy Or.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
Saturday 8:80 a.m. Sermon: "What'a
in a Nam.-?" Mlncha ,">::'>! p.m.
SEPHAROIC JEW.SH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah.
mias.
Fridaj Mlncha 5 p.m Etaturday 8:S0
a.m. Sermon: '"The Silent Cry."
------e------
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan.
Fridaj ":::" p m. and I p m, Ser-
mon: "Greatness in Leadership !
Moses and Ml. hael Quill A Con-
trast." Saturday 8 a m, Sermon:
rii.v slcal ,i ii,i Spirit unl lion
Mih, ha 5 20 p.in.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Stone
Cantor Maurice Neu.
Fridaj 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "A Mod-
ern Interpretation ,:" the i:>,L of Ex-
i Saturdaj x i5 a in. Bar Mitx-
vah: Hubert Sheldon, -..n o( Mr and
Mrs Morton Horlnnd.

TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
Fridaj 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Where
Will Vou Spend Eternity?" Saturday
11:15 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Paul, son >>f
Mi a H.i.n Steinhardt.
------e------
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Dl-
mensiona of our Commitment t.. our
Fellow ,K-s." Ones Shabbat hosted
l>y Mx. and Mrs. David 8. Block in
honor of his birthday.
------e------
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morris Skop.
Fridaj 8:15 p.m Sermon "Jewish
Commitments in Israel and America."
Saturdaj 10:80 a.m. Sermon: "Por-
tion Of the Week."
------e------
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly,
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
R.ibW Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er-
nest Sterner.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
Friday 8:15 p.m, Sermon: "Immortal
Spirits of mux Time: Stevenson,
Shnn ii and Schweitzer," rirst in a
i r p* "f three. Saturday 10 r a m
llai Mltsvah: Jeffrey, son ..f Mr. and
Mrs Joseph Mum-hick.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
Fridaj 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "Anal n i
of Jew-linltlns:: From Pharaoh to
Nasser, the Pattern is the Sam."
' Ineg Shabbal hosted by Slsti Ii.....I
Saturdaj 8:30 a.m. Junior ConareEa-
t......
----e-----
TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Z
Glixman.
Friday 5:18 and 8 IS p.m, Saturdav
1 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: l.irn son of Mr
and Mrs. Earl Brag-man,
TEMPLE EMANU-ElTi701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lenrman. Cantor 2vi Adler
TE,MpLE ISRAEL OF~GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot.
Friday 8:15 p.m. I'ulpit guest, Bishop
....man F. Carroll f the Roman
I.;1'1""' '.....* of m ami. Topic:
What Happened In Home ami What
v> ill Haj,p,-n Now.
T?%5hff JUt>EA* 3 Palermo Ave.
Liberal.Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per. K
Prlday B:1S p.m. Sermon: "The Lu-
I "I l.anuuaKe of Jewish M,,ey."
Tr!!!LPLE WENOrV^T (20 75th St
Con.ervat.ve. Rabbi Mayer Abra
Wits. Cantor Nico Feldman.
.i.ma* i:'.''"' **"""" "The Wi.-
memory f rjr, Solomon Schschter
'' m'^. i:va''w",,^lZVah: ,t""-"-
TSK' ^n-HodTn %st
rEdv^Kfeir ^"^ """
ETk,*J *:>3 Mo Bern..... Y,.th
Wants to Knoa '"
T87M LS*,?Z?*SF^, Conservative.
Smu^prT *- M'ami- Rabbi
Ke'rn Mu'.vo",' ""......
Bar Mltsvah San
,, ,,. Bar Mitsi ih Steven, son Mr
and Mrs Mark Gottlieb ^ I -
:,t Washington Fed" ral ''' "
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 95' E.
4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
I^Tai 8:15 p.m Sermon "II I -
\..i I'aj t.. K-. ape I' \'<>
Saturdaj 9 a m
e
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell ser
ger. Cantor Ben Dickson.
Friday 8:1S p.m Bermon: I- Reform
Really Reform?" Saturdaj 4:43 l.m
Sermon: "Portion of the Week."
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TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd. Con
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxmsn.
Friday 7:n p.m. Monthly famllj >el
vice. Sermon: "Do *ou Ktrnu Your
Same? *turd -, ''"
\: : -. ,., Su :",,,
II
riFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick.
w so p in -..... \- '"
Written Saturdaj '" "' '""!'
,',,, Ih. Week lag M vj*
livid, son of Mr md Mrs Pred \ -
Kal i k
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwm Stauber.
I'ri.lai 5:88 p.m Saturday '.' *m. *;
in.,u The ImnorMnce ,-i i haiusj.
liar Mltsvah Michael Allan, sonar
Mr. and Mrs Rarrj Frie.lm.Mi Min-
ehn 10 P.m
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 Washington Ave
""a
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION SHEMOTH
I
Moses trembles before the burning bush.
i-"Anuvh<*1ooked.'atid.'n?rlold. the busn rHrrne'a''With fire, and
the bush was not consumed" iExod.3:2).
"And Moses hid his face: for he was afraid to look upon
God" (3:6).
SHEMOTH The children of Israel increased and multiplied,
and the land of Goshen was filled with them But a new king
arose in Egypt one who had not known Joseph. He said to his
people: "The children of Israel are too many and too mighty for
us: come, let us deal wisely with them, lest they multiply, and it
shall come to pass, that, when there befalleth us any war. they
also join themselves unto oui enemies, and fight against iiv and
get them up out of the land" Ex l 9-10)
The hew Pharaoh made slaves ol the Hebrews He :.!-<> com-
manded that every new-born male infant was to be i;i-i into the
nver Nile. However, Moses was saved from this infanticide by
the kind's daughter and jrew up in Pharash couM lit* wis
forced to flee Egypt after slaying an Egyptian whom he found mis-
treating a Hebrew slave
Moses went to Midian, where he tended sheep for his"faf*ier-
in law. Jethro, in the desert near Mount Horeb, Cod appeared to
Moses in ;i burning bush and told him t<> return to Egypt, for it
was his mission to liberate the children of Israel and lead them
to the land of Canaan. With the help of his brother. Aaron, Moses
united the Hebrew slaves into a people. Then he came before
Pharaoh with God's demand that he let My people go."
This recounting of th Weekly Portion of tht Law it ex-
tracted and based upon "Tho Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher is
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.
I
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Men First Tested to Prove
Quality of Their Greatness
"Mooes1
Saturdaj : ., ,,,
iel, -,,ii of Mi
Mrs Herman Turn.;
TTemonES'N F N0RTH MIA
i l!" V,!;." ,820 NE 164,h
Reform Rabbi Daniel m
Cantor Chet Gale.
P.m Dialogue betw
and h vlna J icobnon
Prlday 8 IS
Rabbi taws
**. School MpaTTn
.....5, ,....."eerated I'nto Me" i,v R
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11
By RABBI DAVID ROSENFELD
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
As we begin to study the history
of our people in the beginning oi
the second book of the Torah.
Exodus." we are concerned with
i the future of our
people, and the
education of our
youth, in order
to know how to
lead a good lite
We read those of
the lives of our
spiritual heros,
particularly
| Moses.
"Moshe Rab-
benu," Moses
1 our teacher, is
, regarded as the
\ greatest person- .-------------------
ality in the his- *ei leseirfeM
! tory of Israel. Moses took a poor
shepherd tribe and created a holy
nation with a mission: "to bring
light unto the nations of me
world." He led a people into free
dom. when he saw his brothers
crushed by tyranny. "He grew up
and went out to his brothers, to
lease their affliction" (Exod. 2:11).
' In his going out to his brothers.
! we find proof enough that he grew
up. Moses could not bear to see
his people suffer. He refused to be
: at ease while his people were in
trouble. All the luxuries of the
royal court did not blind him to
the plight of his people.
Moses showed deep sympathy
and understanding and kept on
fighting for justice and righteous-
ness. He became their savior and
the teacher of righteousness for ill
mankind. He was the lather of
civil liberty for all humanity He
sought not only their emancipation
from the servitude of Egyptian tv-
ranny, but also their freedom to
serve God.
For Muses believed that to lib-
erate men's bodies is not enough;
be a< concerned, with, the spi-
ritual future of Israel, as well He
gave them the measageetf God. a
new evaluation of life, a new con-
cepl of Justice, e* moUitjC r*And
there hath not ail since in Israel like unto MoseflJ'
Moses distingulshefl himself by
uniqueness already before being
commissioned as' prophet an!
leader of his people, uiotuaUd by
his desire to bruii cojjiiopt and
help to his enslaved btxthrsn. He
responded to the call of God, with
a ready "Here I am." the motto
Of his dedicated life. When* God
was about to destroy the !sret1r?s
for worshiping the golden call.
Moses pleaded with God: "Bather
let Moses and a 1.000 like hint
Perish, than that one of the leoplef
of Israel should perish."
His love for his people was
boundless. He refused to agree to
the destruction of his sinful gen-
eration even though God promised
that He would make of Moses the
ancestor of a great nation. And
Moses looked on their burdens, and
wept, saying: "Woe is me for
you. Would that I could die for Is-
rael."
Before God confers greatness
on a man, He firsts tests him bv
little things and then promotes
him. God said to Moses: "Thou
hast been found trustworthy with
the sheep; come, therefore, and
tend my sheep."
ration with tht prUfr M''
I Jim Rabbinical \.. ,twn
Coordinai ., ap.
I pejnng here ii'
DR MAX UMQUITZ
->' ttial leader ,,f Orth for ah
I Congregation of Xorth Mum' !
Befc.
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\abbis Flay Colleague's Comment
^."-"rf ?*"*. hand: thf a!iil,e | P'etely negative and distortd way. pitals. prisons, and other corn-
It must be made perfectly clear I munal institutions. During the past
that Rabbi Wein speaks only for year, the Jewish Federation serv-
Rabbinical Association of
er Miami Wednesday sharply quotes Rabbi Wein, "no funds go
zed an article in the Miami to the Hebrew Academy or the
published on Jan. 7. which Solomon Schechter School, the only
two parochial Jewish schools
here."
The article also quoted Rabbi
Wein as suggesting that "the sur-
vival of the religious and cultural
heritage of Judaism depends on
Jewish schools particularly all-
day schools such as the Greater j
Miami Hebrew Academy."
Rabbi Berel Wein, spiritual
of Beth Israel Congregation.
He article. Rabbi Wein was
as declaring that "Jews
k spiritually more than they
physically. There's a greater
for schools than for hospi-
ibbi Wein attacked the budg-
of the Grrater Miami Jaw-
Federation, particularly re-
ing Jewish education here,
jing that "We have no eri-
im of the way the Bureau of
fish Education give* money
synagogue schools, but of
it is not given."
Rabbi Wein's view in the
tie by Adon Taft, religion edi-
jf the Herald, "the Federation
> only $80,337 to the Bureau
(wish Education while allocat-
i $150,000 to Mt. Sinai Hospi-
In its stern response to Rabbi
Wein, the Rabbinical Associa-
tion her* charged that both the
Herald article and the Beth Is-
rael spiritual leader's remarks
wete ,"* disservice o the Jewish
Federation and the Jewish com-
munity."
The Rabbinical Association
statement, signed by Rabbi Jonah
(apian, president, and Rabbi Solo-
mon Schiff. executive vice presi-
dent, noted that "the article pre-
sented the Jewish community's
central fund raising arm in a com-
himself and for his congregation
which is small in terms of mem-
bership.
"On the other hand, the Rabbini-
cal Association of Greater Miami,
which represents 40 congregations
of all branches of JudaismOrtho-
dox, Conservative and Reform
and which speaks for the over-
whelming majority of our total
Jewish community, has consistent-
ly endorsed the Jewish Federation
and given full and whole hearted
| support to its work."
The statement said that "the
positive aid* of the ledger," mutt
, therefore, he stated. The Jewish
Federation's funds enable over
100.000 mouths to be fed at least
one hot meal daily through the
Joint Distribution Committee,
which in many cases is the dif-
ference between life and death. It
enables over 200 aged men and
women living at the Jewish Home
for the aged to have their twilight
years filled with the brightness
of compassionate and secure sur-
roundings, adding new years to old
age.
"It enables thousands of dis-
placed persons to be brought to
Israel, through the United Jew-
ish Appeal, to rebuild their lives.
It helps provide medical serv-
ices for the many indigent and
infirm at Mt. Sinai Hospital. It
enables the reconstruction of
countless Jewish families
through the guidance and coun-
seling of the Jewish Family and
Children's service.
"It enables the retaining of the
handicapped through the Jewish
Vocational Service. It enables the
Bureau of Jewish Education to
disavowals of any intent to I ,nat lne I'nited States has helped train and license teachers and to
the possibility by providing Israel provide curricula for all of the
with surplus food, thus releasing community's religious schools, as
foreign currency for arms pur- well as to operate the Hebrew High
chases. The current Israeli esti- School and the College of Jewish
mate is that the Egyptians have
80 to 90 missiles.
Israeli newspapers asserted that
the obviously inspired Times re-
port was designed to divert atten-
tion from heavily increased United
Slates arms shipments to Jordan
and Saudi Arabia, as well as to
create an impression that France
also was entering the Middle East
arms race.
Israel Press Dismisses
inies Report on Missiles
Continued from Page 1-A
tpensate for their assumed
^accuracy.
lence the alleged Israeli deci-
to buy the missiles was seen
indicating an Israeli intention
develop atomic warheads The
i>ry did note that the purchase
mid serve as a counter to I he
lowing number of such missiles
jinq produced by Egypt.
|The story dismissed repeated Is
leli
develop such warheads in its reac-
tor built near Beersheba with
French help. According to the
limes. Israel can produce enough
plutonium for several atomic wea-
pons annually. The appraisal of
United States experts was asserted
to be I hat Israel could produce an
atomic devise in two years but
would need several years to de-
velop a nuclear warhead if foreign
technical help was not available.
The Times story also asserted
iced some 442.000 people throuch
its 50 member agencies locally,
nationally and throughout the
world.
"While we realize the vital
need for educational and reli-
gious institutions, the solution
to the dilemma is not in shifting
the limited funds, but rather in
making more funds available to
Federation for distribution, so
that all of the vital needs can
be serviced," the Rabbinical As-
sociation statement declared.
Our efforts would he much more
Our efforts would be much more
and to educate the community to
its moral responsibility to support
the indispensable work of Federa-
tion. As more funds become avail-
able, we are confident that in-
creased support to religious insti-
tutions will be forthcoming. Only
through increased giving will the
vital work of all the institutions
be secured, and the total welfare
of the Jewish community be as-
sured.
"We strongly suggest that a
responsible public medium should,
in the future, get the broader view
of such representative organiza
tions as the Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami before it pub
licizes matters so vital to the Jew-
ish community."
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vJenisti flcridHi^n
Friday. January 14. 1966
Hollywood Rabbi to be 'Bar Mitzvah9
Saturday morning services, 9
a.m.. at Temple Sinai of Holly-
wood, 1201 Johnson St.. will ob-
serve the 13th (Bar Mitzvah) year
of spiritual leadership of KabW
David Shapiro at the Tenjple.
A cross-section of communal
leaders in the Greater Hollywood
area will attend the services to
mark the occasion.
Guest speakers will include
Dr. Max Ant, vice chancellor
of H Jewish Theological Sem-
inary of America, who will deli-
ver the messa/je of the day.
Also to speak is Dr. Warren J.
Winstead, president of Nova.Uu*;
versity of Florida, who will repre-
sent South Florida's educational in-
Mitutions at the event.
Scheduled to conclude the festi-
vities is a dinner dance on Satur-
day evening at the Hollywood
Beach Hotel. Sam Jaeobson is gen-
eral chairman. Religious Commit-
tee includes Max Teicher, Adolph
Schonfeld, Fred Greene and Rob-
ert Margolis. co-chairmen; Harry
Ki ssler and Charles C'ohn. co-chair-
i en, I shew Committee; Mrs. Nor-
RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO
man Platt. chairman. Hostess
Committee; and Jack Kalis, chair-
man. Publicity Committee.
State Dep't. Watching
Israel Atom Potential
Dinner dance chairmen are Dr.
and Mrs. Donald A. Berman, assist-
ed by Mr. and Mrs. Jay Simons. In !
charge of reservations are Mr. and i
Mrs. Wally Siff, with Mr. and Mrs. j
Milton Friedman taking care of,
tickets.
Others are Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Sandbafg, decorations; and Mrs.
Eugene White, publicity; Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Finkelstein. favors: and
Mr. and Mrs. I. Abe Durbin, en-
tertainment.
Guest speaker Dr. Arzt has
been vice chancellor of the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of
-"America since 1951. Me'also
serves as Israel Goldstein pro-
fessor of practical theology on
the faculty of the Rabbinical
School of the Seminary. Prior to
his appointment as vice chan-
cellor. Dr. Ant served as direc-
tor of field service and activities,
a post to which the Seminary
named him in 1939.
Dr. Winstead. prior to assuming
the presidency of Nova University.
was director of education for the
I S. Army in Kurope from 1962 to
lf)(j4. He also served as chief edu-
cational consultant to the com-
innndrr in-chief of the U.S. Armed
Continued from Page 1-A
supply arrangements with Jordan
;:,d Saudi Arabia.
The deals with Jordan and
Saudi Arabia are beginning to
draw heavy Congressional fire.
Congressional sources believe
?hat the State Department is
subtly and secretly advancing
an Israeli nuclear arms question
as a timely move to confuse the
basic issue expected to explode
next week when Congress recon-
vene*. Members of Congress
Forte Men's Club
Elects Officers
Emanuel Mcntz was elected
[.resident of the 1500 Men's Club
ol Morton Towers at a meeting
here la.-t week.
Others elected were Samuel S.
Goldberg, Peter Paul. Abe Solosko
and Irving Silver, vice presidents;
Al Sohmer, treasurer; Louis Kohn,
financial secretary: Herman
Blume. recording secretary; Harry
Berlat, sergeant-at-arms; and Mey-
: !. Cherkas and Eli E. Kammer.
honorary directors.
Members of the board are Jack
Criden, Harry Kaplan. David
Klein. Ben Wolff. Arthur Smith,
George Kramer. Sam Beer, Hy-
man Bcrkman, Monte S. Cohen.
Dr. Oscar S. Cowen and David
Stein.
Also Henry Esformes. Al Fore-
man, Herman Frank, Herbert
Greenbaum, Dr. Jules Kranz.
Frank Kravit. Lewis Levit, Samuel
Leyton, Max Marin and Frank
Frohman.
Installation will take place Feb.
6 at the Deauvillc Hotel, with
Miami Beach Mayor Elliott Roose-
M-lt as installing offlCel
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!iounc*tnent of his appoint men)
: 16 by Robert S. Kistler.
dent of the Miami moi
firm.
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have charged that the Admin-
istration has embarked on a new
pursuit of Arab friendship
through excessive arms arrange-
ments that jeopardize Israel,
promote an arms race, and in-
crease Near Eastern tensions.
Rep. Jacob H. Gilbert. New
York Democrat, has called for im-
mediate reconsideration ot the Ad-
ministration's decision to send
arms to Jordan and food to Egypt.
In a letter to President Lyndon B.
Johnson, the Congressman said
the new decisions were -inimical
to the Interests of Israel and
peace." He pointed out that Egypt
would buy Soviet arms with money
saved on food.
According to Rep. Gilbert, "it
certainly does not seem to be pru-
dent to arm Israel's enemies, es-
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On Wednesday evening. Temple
Ner Tamid will sponsor the second
in its monthly symposiums under
the heading, "The Vanishing Jew
Throughout the World."
Guest lecturer will be Rabbi
Solomon Schiff. spiritual leader of
Congregation Beth El, and exe-
cutive director of the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami. His
subject will be "What is Happen-
ing to the Jew in South America?"
Lectures are open to the public
and are part of the Adult Educa-
tion Institute of Temple Ner
Tamid. sponsored in conjunction
with B'nai B'rith Freedom Lodge.
Chairmen of the institute are
Martin I. Taub and Murray A.
Shaw, president of Ner Tamid.
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CHET CLARK
MARLYN MURPHY
LEE BARRY
JACKIE HENKINS
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Musical Director -Schmuel fershko
On Screen
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Forces in Europe, and was repre-
sentative of the Assistant Secret-
ary of the Army, Defense Procure-
ment Training Board.
He has taught at the Alte Heidel-
berg Universitat in Heidelberg.
Germany, school of business at the
University of Richmond, graduate
school of education at the Univer-
sity of Virginia, and was a high
school principal in Virginia and
Massachusetts.
Born in Jerusalem, the hon-
oree. Rabbi Shapiro, is a gradu-
ate of Now York University and
Yeshivath Yavne, N. Y. He was
admitted to the New York State
Bar in 1933 and ordained as a
rabbi at the Yeshivath Yavne
Theological Seminary in 1938.
He and Mrs. Shapiro have a
daughter, Judith, married to Dr.
Stanley Saxe, assistant professor
at the University ol Kentucky, and
a son. Herman, a writer who lives
in Jerusalem.
From 1949 to 1951, Rabbi
Shapiro served as spiritual leader
in Green Bay. Wise. Prior to that,
he was director of the American
Jewish Congress in Chicago and
the Midwest from 1945 to 1948
President of Hi* Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association
from 1962 to 1963, ho is active
vice president of the Brow.rd
Zionist District. He is chairman
of the board of the Southeast Re-
gion of the ZOA and was presi-
dent of the Greater Hollywood
Clergymen's Fellowship from
1963 to 964.
In March, 1959. Temple Sinai
honored Rabbi Shapiro with a life
contract after service as the Tem-
ple's spiritual leader for seven
years
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Pacestters
25% Increase
: major meeting of the 196K
ined Jewish Appeal was held
lily at the Imperial House on
Ii Beach, and a noted increase
lifts to the CJA was reported
nesday by campaign officials,
bled civic leader and philan
kfst, Samuel N. Friedland,
rman of the Pacesetters Di-
for the Combined Jewish
pal of the Greater Miami Jew-
Federation, announced that the
betters meeting realized a 25
Lr.t increase over 1965.
Last year, the Pacesetters Di-
(on accounted for $231,535,
this year's meeting totaled
lied $287,600 in gifts to the
which has more than 50
ke'itting agencies locally, n.v
}idlly and overseas.
goal for the lSMi'i CJA
ign i- 51,566,666, according
l Ki.-iak, CJA chairman.
od on the needs of our local
5, it will take a minimum of
i more than they received
ar just to maintain their
{rams." Kislak to'd the
addin "It must also !
is year the national
i'ii its -".ii 20 per.
ear, principally be-
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Friday, Jan :ry 14
j Urge Russia to Join Pad
TEL AVIV I.ITA) A pro
posal that the four big world pow-
ers the United States. Britain.
France and the Soviet Union
combine to guarantee the terri-
torial integrity and the sovereignty
of the nations in the Middle East
was voiced here this week by Abba
Bban, Deputj Prime Minister. He
said that, as matters stand in this
reg ion now. the inauguration ol
a four-power doctrine in the Mid-
dle East is needed to ensure Is-
rael's continued existence.
A tripartite declaration guaran-
teeing Israeli-Arab borders is in ef-
fect now, encompassing Ihe 1 S A
France and Britain.
Mr. Eban voiced his proposal
at the tenth national convention
of Histadruf, the Israel federa-
tion of labor, attended by 801
delegates. Other addresses were
delivered by President Shaiar.
alance ol power in the
Mi Bban said.
that the major power will not
permit changes in the existing
frontiers Hie Arab countriei have
been unable t unite for the kind
i sustained effort that would be
required in war with Israel "
Mr Eshkol, who i> still confined
I,. his home with influenza, sent a
message Stressing that the pri
rate and Hie national sectors of
Histadrut are ess
tional econoim
During the ei
shall have to re. \ 11 ,. ||,0"
our economic pi
Ihe line."
During the com ntion't
ceremonies. 122 i
tenting Ilerut and the Li
ty walked out demons
when the orchestra ;>byed
ternationale." the anthem of
national Socialism
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Miami, Florida, Friday, January 14, 1966
Section B
BB Women Plan January Activity
lev sh National Fund Tag Day Committee meets to formu-
1 lane tor the drive on Sunday, January 16. Seated (left
c ihl are Mrs. Jacob D. Davis, chairman, and Mrs. Manuel
P e i, JNF Blue Box chairman for the Miami Chapter of Ha-
ih. Standing (left to riqht) aie Mrs,. Deris Lashow. JNF
tman of I. R. Goodman Group of Miami Beach Hadassah,
-iannah Finn. Tag Day co-chairman.
Jewish National Fund Slates
Tag Day Here This Weekend
Miami Council of B'nai B'rith
Women will meet at the Hill*!
HOUM on University of Miami '
campus on Thursday. 8:30 p.m., i
Jan. 27. President, Mrs. Harold ,
Feldman, will give a report on the I
mid-winter District 5 meeting held
in Washington. D.C.

Ann Frank Chapter will hold it-
regular luncheon meeting on Mon-
day noon at the Park Lane Cafe-
teria The chapter is also sponsor-
ing a card party at Jordan Marsh
Auditorium on Thursday. Jan. 27,
at 1 p.m.
*
Coral Gables Chapter regular
meeting Will be held on Tuesday.
Jan. 18. 8 p.m.. in the Meeting
Koom of Hillel House. University
of Miami campus.
Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter rcju
lar meeting will be held on Wed-
nesday, Jan 19, 8 :i" P m at the
YMHA, 8500 SW 8th St Mrs Ed-
ward Waronker, president, will
preside at the meeting, Program
will be a demonstration on proper
make-up techniques by Myrna
Levy, beauty consultant of Coral
Gables.
* *
Emma Lazarus Chapter presi-
dent. Mrs Irving Herbert, will con-'
duct the regular meeting Tuesday,
Jan. 25. 8 p.m., in Washington Fed-
eral. 1234 Washington Ave. Pro-'
gram chairman. Miss Mae Blum,
will have an "earring swap." The
chapter will sponsor a Games Nite
on Sunday, Jan. 23. 7:30 p.m.
* *
Flamingo Chapter will hold a
combined meeting with Miami
. Council of Jewish Women at 8:30
p.m.. Wednesday, at the home of
Miss Elise Factor. 750 W. 60th PI.
* *
Gilbert J. Balkin Chapter regu-
lar meeting at Crown Lanes. SW
117th Ave. and Bird Hd on Wed
nesda> night, Jan. 2G. at 8:iii p m .
will be conducted by presi
Mrs Michael Light.

President of Miami Chapter,
Mrs David A Hess, has announced
a card and man jongg party Tues-
day, Jan 25. 1 p.m., at '
Marsh Auditorium. Chapter? reg-
ular meeting will be on Tuesday
evening in the Meeting Room of
Beth David.

Shalom Chapter will present
Dude Night on Saturday at the Cut-
ler Ridge Auditorium, 20230 So.
Dixie Hwy.. with square dancing
and dinner. Regular meeting will
be on Jan. 25. 8:30 p.m., at Chase
Federal. 7000 N. Kendall Dr.
* *
Mrs. Hy Isaacson conducted the
regular meeting of the West Miami
Chapter on Wednesday at the West
Miami Town Hall. Guest speaker
was Mrs, Adele Weaver, from law
offices of Claude Pepper, who
spoke on "Do You Know Your Le-
gal Right!
Book Review
ni Beach Hadassah will hold
second book review of the i
son al the Algiers lintel on M in
day, l p.m. Ra >1h Joseph K. Na
i. mple Israel, will re\ ie
Michener's latest book, "The
Source "
traditional Jewish National
nty-wide Tag Day drive will
d Sunday, Jan. 16. Mrs. Ja
Davis, Tag Day chairman
the past 12 years, will once
(lead the project,
re than 500 volunteer workers
been recruited from every af
(I Zionist organization to par
in the drive.
a recent brunch in Waldman's
honoring all those who had
cted S25 and more in last
s drive, the following cam-
workers who turned in $100
re were presented with gifts
as a token of appreciation:
Mr- Mollie Skell. of the Shalo
ma Group of miami Beach Hadas-
sah: Mrs. Fannie Werner, of Hen-
rietta Szold Hadassah of Miami
Beach: and Mrs. Rose Marcus, of
Pioneer Women. Club 2.
Mrs Jacob D. Davis was present-
ed with an Israeli menorah. A
special letter of praise and com
mendation from William Bornstein.
president of the Jewish National
Fund Council, was read lauding
Mrs. Davis "for her dedication and
devotion over such a long period
Of time to this project."
rsl time grandparents are pi-
oneer community workers San-
(I Harry Schwartz. 1800 SW
St. Baby girl born Jan
loti Dr. and Mrs. Theodore Prnv-
di : 1U247 Casterway, St. Louis.
weighed in at 10 lbs. 11 oz. .
Ill; former Roberta Schwartz and
the new father, both former Mi-
amians, are graduates of the
University of Miami Grand-
father Harry is a founder of the
YMHA here.
* *
11 took quite a few buses to
transport the 180 members of the
North Building Women's Social
Club of the Morton Towers and
then husbands to Pompano Park
tor a gay evening of fun ... All
ed the buffet dinner, and
some even came out winners al-
though all their rooting only
brought in Lillian Perlman's
"Bunker" a close second .
President Elsie Wexler and Sel-
ma Cohn, in charge of the eve-
Dint encouraged by the enthusi-
asm shown, are planning a repeat
of the whole affair.

GJobe-circler Sara Harris found
GROVE
her most recent trip to Puerto
Rico tor a Bar Mitzvah a mere
step" from her Miami Beach
apartment Celebrant was a
cousin. David Efron. who was
honored at a reception and ban-
quet in the Hilton Hotel following
the ceremony in the Shaare Ze-
deck Synagogue. San Juan .
David is the son of Josef Efron,
only relative left to Sara from
her mother's family, who reached
Puerto Rico via Cuba from Eu-
rope Always thinking of her
pet projects, Sara, who is a "Wo-
man of the Book," American
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity, was instrumental in inter
eating the synagogue Sisterhood
members in a possible Friends
of the University group of their
own during her stay Then the
busy lady flitted around to the
rest of the Virgin Islands before
heading home.
*
Mrs. Sadie Heifetz, of Chicago,
celebrating her 81st birthday at
a luncheon hosted by friends at
the Post and Paddock last week-
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Senior Citizens
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Mothers ol the Southeastern vw
la Region ol Women's American
ORT. Mrs. Florence Kiujparaaa is
region president.
Mrs. Harold Schneider, region
cxecutivi committee chairman.
will give the invocation.
George Jessel will entertain.
Mrs. Harrj Rosenblatt, naiional
lice president, will peasant the
iwards, and Mrs Joseph Wilkes,
,, president, will narrate will be Metro Mayor Chuck HaL
imentarj tdni.
Will See Film
Next regular meeting f the Sit
ioi- Citizen Association nf M,Jm
Beach will be held Tin ,iay f%
o.m at Washington Saving, ^
Loan Association. 1234 Washiagh.
Ave.
Guest speakers for the evening
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and Kabbi l*oa Jironuu.
Evening will be dedicated
Hiatadrut, and tbelatesl oicrmtd
Israel will !* shown
Holding flags of some of the countries in which Mrs. Florence Kupperman, president; Georqe
3RT social assistance program operates are Jessel, toastmaster; Mrs. Harry Rose:
egion officers (left to right) Mrs. Jack Kramer, national vice president; and Mrs. Joseph Wil-
social assistance chairman; Mrs. Harold kes, past president.
Schneider, Executive Committee chairman;
Studies Dep't. At Emanu-EI Names Miss Faulhaber
Raphael K. Yunes, chairman of
emple Emanu-EI Board of Edu-
ation, this week announced the
ipointment of Miss Mary K. Faul-
aber as principal of the Geneia
Studies Department of the Solo
ion Sohecbter Day School.
Miss Faulhaber, a native of
Ino, received her degrees of
Bachelor of Science and Master of
uts in education at Western Re-
serve University. She has taught
-lades one through six. specializ-
ing in reading and mathematics.
ith a special interest in natural
science, and spent several sum-
iers teaching at Akron Ohio Uni-
ersity Workshop.
For ten years, she served as
rindpal of Kinsman Elementary
School in Cleveland. O.. with a
school enrollment of 1.500 chil-
ri'.'i.
Miss Faulhaber holds a teacher's
life certificate and a principal's
professional certificate, which in-
eludes administration and super-
ision. and holds membership in
;be Delta Kappa Gamma Society, sional Women's Club. Cleveland
logwood Business and Profes- Natural Science Club. National
MISS MARY fAULHABtR
Temple Israel To Fete Artist
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
sponsor a reception and one-man
art show from the collection of
.Mrs. Evelyn Marx, who will be
honored guest at the reception on
uesday evening in the Sam C.
Levenson Community House.
Mrs. Marx will be guest speaker
Vednesday noon at the regulai
nonthly Sisterhood meeting in
Volfson Auditorium,
Mrs. Marx, living m Sarasota
"ll her husband, a well-known
hotogiapher, began her education
I the St. Louis School of Fine
\rts. Washington University, and
xhibited at the St. Louis'Artist
.uild.
Her works are in private collec-
tions throughout the world and can
>e found in the permanent collec-
tions of nine museums in the Uni-
ed States and Erope.
She is a member of many or-
ganizations dealing in art and is
included in the 1J)4 edition of
"Who's Who in American Women.*'
Teacher Seminar
Set for Monday
Early childhood Development
Brogram ol the Greater Miami
VM and WIIA will hold the first
of three Cultural Art Workshops
for teachers and professionals
who work with children on Mon-
day, 7:30 p.m.. in the Grand Ball-
room of the Centra] "Y."
The topic will be "Education
Through Puppetry" as demon-
strated by Nat Norbert. of New
York City, according to Jeannette
h. Schwartz, director of the "Y's"
ECD program.
The workshop will be a practice.
demonstration of the potentials ol
puppetry
Remember how good
bread used to taste?
August Bros.
still does!
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
31 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Education Association and thi N
tional Parent-Teachers Associa
t ion.
The Solomon Schechter Daj
School, housed in Temp
El's North Branch Building at
Dickens Ave and 77th St.. 1- un-
der the dire. 1 supervision ol Dr
Irving Lehrman. Samuel .1 Leibo
wit/ is education director
Mi... Louis Baron is chairman of
he daj 1 uni heon committee con
k Kramer, 11
social assistai 1 chairman: Mrs.
Richard Gn enbaum and Mrs. W il-
liam Fishi egion vice presi- Field Expansion Comn
ts, Mrs Margaret Newman Mr.-. Herman CHasser. r,
. of the National secretary.
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Welfare Board Prexy Dead
Mrs. Mae Kelmansky was honored quest at last week's Found-
er's Day luncheon held at the Eden Roc Hotel by the Emma
Lazarus Group of Hadassah. She was one of the first nurses to
go to Palestine in 1918 with the founder of Hadassah. Hen-
rietta Szold. Mrs. Nat Barth was speaker of the day at the
luncheon. Left to right are Mesdames Jack Wolfstein, pres-
ident of Emma Lazarus Group; Nat Barth, president of Miami
Beach Chapter; Mae Kelmansky; and Harry Kastan. chairman
of the day.
CHICAGO (.JTA) Funeral
services were held here this week
for Mrs Florence G. Heller, noted
philanthropist and president of the
National .lewish Welfare Board,
who died here at 68. She contri-
buted the funds that made pos-
sible the Florence G. Heller Gradu-
ate School lor Advanced Studies
in Social Welfare, at Brandeis Uni-
versity, and was a member of the
university's board of trustees.
When she was elected to the
top office in the JWB, in 1964,
Mrs. Heller became the first
woman president of a general
national Jewish organization.
She had previously been vice
president of the JWB, chairman
of the organization's Jewish
Community Center Services, and
the JWB's representative on the
United Nations Conference
Group of National Organizations.
She was one of the original con-
tributors to the Louis A. Weiss
Memorial Hospital, where she es-
tablished a blood bank and 3U
MRS. flORlNCE HfUfR
isotope laboratory bearing h
name: was on the board of dire -
tors of the Jewish Federation >f
Chicago; and a member of the
board of trustees of Sinai Ten
She was active in the United Sei
ice Organization, and wa.- a fo
mer vice-chairman of the nation
women's division of the United
.lewish Appeal. She was a major
contributor of funds for the coi
struction of a new building lor the
Jerusalem YMHA. She was a
member of the board of the World
Federation of YMHA's and .It <
ish Community Centers. She was
a niece of the late Julius Rosi
wald. the noted Jewish philanthi
p.st.
Bellow Novel To be Reviewed
Dr. Joseph R. Narot. spiritual
eider of Temple Israel, will re-
view the prize-winning novel.
Herzog." by Saul Bellow, at a
meeting Of Cedars of I>ebanon Hos-
pital Women's Auxiliary on 10:30
a.m., Tuesday, in the hospital audi-
torium.
Mrs Doran Zinner, Auxiliary
president, has appointed Mrs. Ted
Lotterman program chairman of
he day. and Mrs. David Hess is
in charge of publicity and attend-
ance.
Mrs. Lottcrman's committee in
'ludes vice presidents, Mrs. Byron
Cancer League
Meeting at Sinai
Friday Morning
Regular monthly meeting of the
Women's Cancer League of Miami
Beach will be held at Mt. Sinai
Hospital on Friday. 10 a.m., pre-
1 ded by a board meeting.
Dr. Jack Widrich. chief of radi-
and Dr. Ivor Fix, chief of
radio therapy, will conduct a tour
of the hospital and explain their
ivork in the Tumor Clinic.
Others participating are Drs.
Leon Manheimer, senior attending
surgeon; Richard Fleming, head of
"he Tumor Clinic; and Victor Dem-
brow, assistant director of the Tu-
r.ior Clinic.
Pastrami?
Nothing goes with
a good meal like
Tetley Tea!
use Tetley is brig-hi and
I ifai ite iii Ji wish
homes since 18:;?.
BULK. BAGS AND
INSTANT
Sparber, Mrs. Morris Blau. Mrs.
Leo Berman. Mrs. Irene Fink, and
Mrs. Frank Rose. Also. Mrs. War-
ren Witus. Mrs. Harry Horwich,
Mrs. Lawrence Adler. Mrs. Nathan
Glover. Mrs Frank Pcrlman and
Mrs. B. Breslauer.
New B'nai B'rilh Members
President Norman H. Goldstein !
said this week that Harmony |
I^xlge. B'nai B'rith. will celebrate J
its second birthday on Monday, 8
p.m.. in the USY Room of Beth
Torah Congregation.
Highlight of the evening will be ,
the formal induction into B'nai ,
B'rith of over 100 new members
by Past President Bernard Lang-
berg. Martin Knobel Max Weitz
and Charles J. Kossove.
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tastiest cream cheese in town...Philadelphia brand!
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Friday, January 14
Temple Menorah Music Festival
Final plans for the first donor dance of the
Women's League for Israel. Miami Beach
Chapter, to be held on Thursday, Ian. 20, 6
p.m., at the Algiers Hotel are formulated by
board and committee members. Proceeds will
go to the Natanya Home for the Blind and
Handicapped Women in Israel. Seated (left to
right) are Mrs. Harry Kapell, Mrs. Rose Hoch-
stein, vice president, Mrs. Faye Tupler, presi-
dent. Mrs. Morris Schor. membership chair-
man. Standing (left to right) are Miss Emma
Rattner. donor chairman, Mrs. Irving Chesler,
Mrs. Alex Dellerson. program chairman, Mrs.
Julius Ostune. Mrs. Rose Levine. Mrs. Eliza-
beth Richman and Mrs. Viola Minkoff. Not
shown are Mrs. Leah Udell, publicity chair-
man, and Mrs. Harry Kaden. In charge ol res-
ervations are Miss Rattner and Mrs. Tupler.
Beth Torah's Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood
Will Feature Dr. Garf iel in Annual Kallah
Mrs. Manny Marcus, adult edu- Monday, Jan. 24. 8:30 p.m..
cation chairman, announced this i gcth Torah Sanctuary. Modern
week that on January 24 to 26 Mora,s and ,he Jewish Tradition."
the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of
Beth Torah Congregation will spon- Tuesday. Jan 25. 11 a.m.,
sor its first annual Kallah. Youth Room. "How Relevant is
Dr. Evelvn Garfiel, noted author _..,,..
of "Services of the Heart-A-Guide 'he Jew.sh Prayer Book Today? .
to be followed by a luncheon and
informal discussion on Conserva-
tive Judaism.
Wednesday. Jan. 26. 8:30 p.m..
Social Hall, regular Sisterhood
! meeting, featuring the National
Women's League script. Ami the
Walls Came Tumbling Down." The
socio-drama on interdating will be
followed by buzz sessions and dis-
cussions to be led bj Dr Garfiel.
In charge of reservations is Mrs
James Baruch.
M rah *U1 sponsoi its
' fCTSliV" ""sociai
urdat night in the remph Social
member-
ard Rosen, pres-
ident, announi i
Thc .. will feature a spe-
cial tribute to winter residents who
. tt.mple during their
",a> .; Beach Rabbi Mayer
mowiti will welcome the tour-
MrS. Meyers
Speaks Saturday
nner Mey< rs will
turday. 8 D.m.,
nthlj meeting ol Miami
mch 1059 of Workmen s
. ,0 ^ held al Washington
ral Auditorium. 1133 Norman-
dy Dr
Mrs Meyer* was appointed re-
centlj bj Maj ir E liotl Ro< rvelt
t the Miami Beach Citj Develop-
menl Committee and was voted
Dade Count) Outstandina Citizen
in 1957 Mrs Meyers has bi n ;<
member of the Dadc County Board
iblic Instruction anci 1*>53
and is on the Miami Beach Library
Board
Murra> Gold will report on the
recent meeting he attended in New
York City,
NEW
DAIRY MEAL
TREAT!
bravo! bravo! bravisslmo! Italian-style!
.CHEESE
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IN SAUCC
to the Jewish Prayer Book" and
instructor in religion, Women's In-
stitute. Jewish Theological Semin-
ary, will be the scholar in resid-
ence for the three days.
Dr. Garfiel received her PhD
degree in psychology from Colum-
bia University. She has taught .
psychology at the University of
Chicago, neurology at the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin, and Jewish his-
tory at the College of Jewish Stu-
dies in Chicago. She is on the
Board of Governors, National
Academy of Adult Jewish Studies;
national board. National Women's
League: and the United Synagogue
Commission on Marriage and the
Family.
Dr. Garfiel is the wife of Rabbi
Dr. Max Kadushin. professor of
rabbinic thought and ethics at the
Jewish Theological Seminary, and
author of "The Rabbinic Mind."
"Worship and Ethics" and other
books on Jewish thought.
They are the parents of two
sons, one a clinical psychologist,
and the other a professor of soc
iology at Columbia University.
The following is the schedule
of events:
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;i musical program will be p
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coloratura soprano, former
the Opera Di Roma and
Folk Opera: Miss Be a'rice
Schwartz, cellist, formerly u.th :
University of Miami Symphony Or-
chestra; and pianist Debby
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will offei Israeli, cantonal and
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VftGMM BOOKER
Flamingo Chapter
Fashion Luncheon
Flamjrfo Chapter, National'
Children's. Hospital, will hold a
fashii "-luncheon on Wednesday
noon Jan. 26. in the Assembly
Roaat-jgl the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
(^^"Fa^ions. presented by
HiirtWy&Vtflliw modeled by niem-
l)t i s..iti*e chapter to music played
on a-liatnrnond Organ.
i") 'ashlo:! .show will be nap
rater. Vir^inta Booker, of Ch.
10.-.Miss Booker is well known in
II .is i TV w< ather girl, and
has I | red iational television
cofltnu rciVta
Harry Barns is chairman
ol tSsusfiair. with Mrs. Norman
Kinmtf-*, and Mrs Samuel K.
Schrea ia chaise of reservations.
Sheiley^Winters,
Kevin McCarthy
At the Roosevelt
SI i v Winters and Kevin Mr-
Cartl co-star in 'Two for the
Seesaw opening Tuesday at the
Roost --it Playhouse, Miami Beach
The reduction will run through
Jan .:
A- i "fir*-' Broadway play by
Willian Gf^on, who subsequently
w.th the equally bi:4 hit,
was I ailed during its 21-month run
by N York critics and theatre-
goers :er the warmth of its por-
trait; !' two Oil.il> paired people
who in lonl With each other in New
Yorl
y Winters, as Gittel, the
flippi Bronx Bohemian, has re-
I the highest recognition that
the motion picture and television
industr) can bestow, an Academy
Auar-i for The Diary of Anne
Fraiil and an Emmy for the
Chrysler Theatre's -Two is the
Number." She toured "Two for the
Si i san with Kevin McCarthy sev-
< ral summers ago,
As the troubled lawyer from Ne-
braska is Kevin McCarthy, who
gained fame initially with his por-
trayal of Biff in both the London
production and movie version of
the much awarded "Death of a
Salesman." More recently, he
Starred on Broadway as Sen. Van
Aekerman in "Advise and Con-
sent" and in the distinguished mo-
tion pictures. "The Best Man"
and The Prize." with Paul New-
man.
Abbe Lane Set
At Fontainebleau
Abbe Lane; singing star, opens
at La Ronde 1n the Fontainebleau
for an eight-day engagement start-
ing' Saturday night, with comedian
Jackie Vernon as an extra added
attraction
The headline show will be pre-
sented twice nightly, at 9 and mid-
night with Lenny Dawson's Fon-
tainebleatl Orchestra providing
the accompaniment.
Lane Bryant
Offers Holiday
Six Lane Bryant stores in Flor-
ida invite women to enter a "South
American Holiday for Two" con-
test, running from early in Janu-
ary through Mar. 31. it was an-
nounced by Milton Malsin. Florida
area general manager.
There is nothing to buy, com-
pose, or guess to enter the contest.
All a contestant need do is fill
jut an entry blank available at
any one of six Lane Bryant stores
in Florida, drop it in the depart-
ment of the Lane Bryant store
where obtained, or mail it to Lane
Bryant South American Holiday,
42 SE 1st St., Miami. Fla. 33131,
no later than Mar. 31.
The lucky cu'slorher 'selected
will win a 10-day trip for two to
Panama. Ecuador and Peru via
Panagra Airways.
Entry blanks may be obtained
at the following Lane Bryant stores
in Florida: 42 SE 1st St.. Miami;
7581 Dadeland Mall. Miami; 2533
E. Sunrise Blvd., Ft. Lai-derdale;
1001 Lincoln H.I Miami Beach;
4 Colonial Plaza Mall. Orlando
.Orange County); and 340 1st Ave.,
No., St, Petersburg.
Members of Women's American ORT, Islander Greenhouse, Florence Kupperman, Saul Ha-
Chapter, take part in a candlelightinq cere- ber, Murray Mandell, Joseph Berger, Murray
mony at a recent party here. Shown are Mes- Germaise, Isadore Grue, Jack Breitbart, Leo
dames Aaron Green, Morris Lipp. Jack A. Gross, Carl Berman, Mark Cirlin.
Beth El Ladies to Aid School With Lun cheon Proceeds
Beth El Sisterhood is sponsoring '' Hostesses are Mesdames Hyman die Indgin.
a luncheon Tuesday noon at the Chabner, Sam Weiss. Sol Weger, Proceeds from the affair will be
temple. Joe Zalis. Anna Rosenblit and Gil- channeled to the Beth El Religious
Atlas Resident Manager
\\ ias be< n appointed
resident manager of the Diplomat
Wasl by President Irving Cowan
Atlas brings with him long expert-
set ved as general
mai White House Hotel.
GOOD THINGS IN LIFE
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bagel... and a cheering cup of Maxwell House
coffee. Both are constant, unchanging and match-
less in the joy they giveeach in its own, a tradi-
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THE SAME PARTY BUT A NEW YEAR
"The Now Year is now official."' said Df Jo
seph R. Narot as he and Laney greeted their host
and hostess, Marcie and Aaron Kanner at the
[tanners' annual Orange Bowl Buffet. Mama and
Lewis and Christa and Richard helped their par
ents greet guests in the house before they went
out Into the tented yard and all of that marvelous
rood. The Kanners' famous Cora held court in the
kitchen. Bea and Sam Blank and Ida and Bill
Singer took their plates into the dining room
This was the first time the Julius Rosenbergs had
attended, and Peggj says she's already looking
forward t<> next year's party
Among guests who slipped In through the
back yard, because it was close, were Mrs. Michael
LraUe and her daughter, Mary Ann. and the Leon
Kaplans, other guests Included Ann and Gerald
Lewis, Fritzii Subin, Mollie and Dan Ruskin,
Sallv and Aaron Kravitz, Dr. and Mrs, Jerome
Benson, Mclanie and Harold Thurman, Marlene
md Richard Stone, Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Becker,
and Mrs Many Hershkowitz, Mr. and Mrs
Herbe I Shapiro. Mr. and Mrs, Aaron Farr, Mi-
nd Mrs Jo eph Bulbin. Mrs. Sam Weisel, Mr, and
- John Gautier, Mr. and Mrs. Stanlej Myers
; David Philips Mr. and Mrs Benedict Silver-
Kii v Shaftor and Kiki Shafton, Mr. and
ie Ruffner. Dr. and Mrs. Sherman Kaplan.
Vlr and Mrs Charles Rosengarten, and .Indue Mil
i Friedman, whose wife Sylvia missed the part}
in the first time the week of festivities had
finallj caught up with her. and she was plumb
tuckered out.
The Sidney I.efcourts brought their daugh-
ter. Barbara, adorable in a pink maternity dress,
and her husband. BaiTJ llaiman.
MY SISTER BLANCHE
Margaret Newman (Mrs George) Stearn had
a champagne tea for her sister. Mrs. Louis
Blanche) Carr, of Houston. Tex. Margaret and
her sister did all the baking for the party, in-
cluding making the sandwiches that look like
French pastry. Among guests were Mrs. Milton
Richmond. Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt. Mrs. Al Block.
Mrs. Florence Kupperman. Mrs. Jay Jacoby. Mrs.
Robert Schwartzburg, Mrs. Daniel Neal Heller.
and Mrs. Charles Oppenheim, a very old friend
who now has a flourishing place-card business
-he started as a hobby. Guests were delighted to
have their handwriting analyzed by an expert.
Charlotte Liebel.
THEY CAME TO SEE
Staci and Shepard Lesser live in West 1 aim
Beach. On December 11. 'hey had a "> -'
whom they named Pami Rose. The baby wa. cd
arrive unmstad's mother and father. PbJUp and
Mona Warshaw, returned home from their Euro-
pean trip. The Baltimore branch of the tanu >
Dr and Mrs. Joseph (Cynthia, Warshaw taOUgh
their children, Debbie and Kathy. to gree Ihei
grandparenU, visit their new cousin, and have a
haPP) vacation.
*
HEY LOOK ME OVER
The gueaU looked the boys over and like(
what they saw Tad. son of Judge and Mrs
Irvln, (Hazel) Cypeii. and Robert, son ol Mr. and
Mrs Bill Abrams. The cousin- had been Bai Mitz-
vah Hazel is Bill's sister The tour parents in
Vited all Of their own friends and the bo>
party In the Pompeii Room at the Fontainebleau
Hotel. Dr. Irving Lehrman and his Belle were
talking to Dr. and Mrs. Irvin Greene and I
and Jack Katzman. Seen at the huge fresh fruit
bowl were Sue and Harrj Zukernick at d Ruth and
Bob Merritt. Among other guests were \
Mrs Mom- Lansburgh, Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. Stanle> Myers. Mr. and Mrs Carl S
Mr and Mrs. Aaron Fair. Mr and Mr- Dai
ler. .Indue and Mr-. Milton Friedman, M
Mr- .lame- Ruby. Mr. and Mrs Jack Coi
Sen t laude Pepper. Judge and Mrs Jason Berk
man. and Mr and Mrs. Maurice Pearlstein
HATS OFF TO JENNIE
Jennie Cohen, the ball of dynamite who i-
the .-oeiul and program director at the Delmon
ico Hotel, is reminding friends that the Senior
Citizens there have a lot of fun and also do man)
good deeds. One of their favorite activities is
working with the American Cancer Society l.ast
year, they made over 2,000 disposal pads. They
are short of the old sheets, pillow slips and table
cloths that they need. They will be happy to pick
up your bundle if you will call Jennie
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AN EVENING OF MUSIC
Eve Sermoneta. of Jacksonville, where she
teaches remedial reading to the little dears who
need it in the last grade of junior high, i- vis
iting Lili (Mrs. Joseph) Duntov. I.ili had a mil-
sicale in her honor. Tatjana Prelutchi and Henry
Lounger played the piano. Among guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Jasha Fisherman. Mrs. Max Resnick.
and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Novella.
Frances Lehman
Plans are being made by (left to right. Miss Barbara Rario
Mrs Joseph Bull chairman, Mrs. Arnold Rubin. Mrs
Jerome Rado for the Key Note don
Sisterhood. Highlighting the aJ
Mar. 16, will be humorist. Myioi
Valente. Mrs. Moms Lcmsb,
Ringing Circus Opening Jan. 21
o| train
i \\ i directs 1 mi ti
us through intricate aerial r

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With -ti new acts recruited from
all coi i 'lie world and never
seen before in the United States,
the Circus will attempt to top last
year's record breaking season
Highlight of the performance
and for the first time in the his-
tory of the circus. German-born
Charlej Baumann will present his
Siberian. Chinese and Royal Ren
gal tigers in a mixed group cli-
maxed by a gianl tiger riding
astride a galloping percberon stal-
lion.
Other featured animal acts in-
clude the world's largest herd of
performing elephants; Madame In-
gebor Gautier Rhodm, Europe's
foremost equestrienne; Adela Smie
i. "The Lady "I the Lion.-;'' three
(fountain Valley
Water
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Comedy Favorite At the Cinema
A major comedy favorite returns
to spark the new Yiddish-American
vaudeville show Friday when Jack-
it Hcnkins. popular night club co-
median, headlines the bill at the
Cinema Theatre on Washington
Ave.
Coming direct from appearances
abroad, including the celebrated
Palladium in London. Henkins has
aiso been featured at the Fontaine-
bleau and Doral Country Club, as
well as at Holiday House in Pitts-
burgh and the Elmwood Casino in
Detroit.
Also on the bill will be the har-
monica virtuoso. Chet Clark, Mari-
lyn Murphy, held over for her in-
ternational song stylings; and im-
pressario. Leon Schachter. and his
actress-wife. Gitel Stein, in their
comedy sketches. As always, a
film classic will be presented be-
tween the three daily shows.
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Friday. January 14, 1966
t-Jewist nartdKtaun
Page 7-B
Beach UN Chapter Lists Nominees
Prof. Andre S. Bialolenki. prill-
cipal of the Whiteficld School, has
been nominated as new president
of the Miami Beach Chapter of
the 1'nitcd Nations Association of
the United States.
Others nominated for office are
Judge Milton Feller. Mrs Toby
Kmamiel, Abraham Gninhut. Har-
ry Perkel and Mrs. Philip Thau,
vice presidents; Jerry Hotchkiss,
secretary: and Zev Kogan. parlia-
mentarian.
President Bayard Stress has .'ii-
nounced that the chapter last week
voted its annual Human Rights
Award to no to Rev. John Papan
drew, of the First Unitariai
Church Of Miami.
The award cites Rev Papan
drew for "his courageous and ac
tivc stand in the cause of human
welfare, and because of his const
ancy in the face of personal thrca*
and harrassment."
Beach Attorney Paul Kwitnej
gave an eye-witness report on thi
Adolf Fichman trial in Jerusalem
at the meeting where the citation
and the new slate of officers wen
announced.
*^5ocialite by s^rsabel ^~J>'
"Tribute to Eleanor Roosevelt." by Dr. Miriam
S. Pollock, published by the National Wom-
en's League, United Synagogue of America,
will be given by the Sisterhood of Temple
Menorah at a paid-up membership party
Wednesday, 8 p.m., at the Temple. Cast in-
cludes (left to right) Mrs. George Klein, Mrs.
Jerry Kimmel, Mrs. Herman Kooperman, Mrs.
Margaret Blisstein, Mrs. Ben Krovetz, vice
president in charge of program, Mrs. Irving
Simson, and Mrs. Sally Kurman, membership
vice president. Miami Beach Mayor Elliott
Roosevelt will be guest speaker. Mrs. Flora
Schnman is Sisterhood president.
Oneg Shabbat
At Pimki School
An Oneg Shabbat will be given
bj the David Pinski Folk School
hi Fi iday evening at the (-'enter,
842 Washington Ave.
cal program has been ar-
I bj \ Kr; shinskj. compos-
er from Montreal, in Yiddish and
Hebrew.
Louis Lasavin, principal of the
school, will speak on "Epoch in
Spam.''
Continued from Page IB
end Enjoying the party were
Mrs. Aaron (Myrai Fair and her
mother, vivacious Mrs. Jeanette
Good; Mrs. Jean (Frances) Leh-
man and her doll-like mom,
Jeanne Rothschild: and daughter
of the honoree. Mrs. Charles
(Ruth) Jacobson, of Coral Gables,
where Mrs. Heifetz spends her
winters.
*
Happy holiday recollect in:
Prol and Mrs. Andre ,; Bialolen-
ki, of DiLido Island, arc the \ isits
from cousin Herschel Davido
vitch. of Tel V,vb; nieces Terri
and Robin Ganson, of Jackson-
ville: and daughter Claudia and
granddaughter Shayna Salomon,
of Norwalk, Conn.
Sam and Sadie [tzkl itZ, of
Ni a York City, h iste I a
party at a local for the
Miami branch ol Sadie's I
in honor ol son Milton's impend-
wedding Ciments
o\o
full force included Mr. and \li-
Louis Ciment he's a formei
president of Congregation Betl
ifilah; their son. Perry; Mr am
Mrs. Jack Ciment he's also i
former president ol Beth Tfilah
their son Norman and his prett)
wife. Joan; Mr. and Mrs MorrU
Ciment: Mr. and Mrs Leo Ci
ment All the elder Ciments
are entrepeneurs, with some o
the younger generation continu
ing the familj tradition startei
l>\ Louis Ciment wa> hack n
1926.
Collegians who > nl thi
days here with 'heir fan I
eluded Diani I
\ id Zimmi rmans, who atten
phi" Newcomb in New < nrleans
an I '' all the
from Heed m Port la ii ?. I ire
be w tth lu \ parent s. the I
. rs
\nt\ ious< ling w ith the VI
.
daughter J I husband Hot
bert Hochman of Lo Island.
There's only one thing better
than a pat of MARPARV Margarine
,
Pictured above is a scene from "12 Angry People" to be pre-
sented at the Central YM and WHA of Greater Miami on Jan.
22. Left to right ore Sy Abramson, Sally Green, Gerald Perl,
Syde Flaxman and Burt Tumpson.
Theater Evening At Miami 'V
Arrangements have been com-
pleted for the first Theater Eve-
Ding to be held at the Central
YMHA at 8500 SW 8th St.
A performance of "Twelve Ang-
r\ Men" will be presented at the
"Y's" main ballroom on Saturday,
Jan. 22. 8:30 p.m.
At the conclusion of the dramat-
ic performance, there will be a
party in honor of the cast.
Reservations may be obtained
for the evening's entertainment
by contacting Mis- Syd Skolsky,
director of cultural arts activities.
Members of the cast include Sy
Abramson. Syde Flaxman, Gerald
Perl, Hope Abramson, Giselle Gil-
brith, Volande I'oller, Nick Auri-
emma, Sally Green. Bert Tump-
| son, Yolanda Atiriemma, Matalic
I Muzzone and Betty Tumpson.

Southern Bell
Program Will
^ Assist Firms Here
Just what a business firm can
do to reduce sales cost and get a
Sreater share of the market is re-
lated in a new program develop-
ment by Southern Bell Telephone
Co. called "Phone Power."
Representatives of Southern
Bell's Marketing Department are
available to visit firms in Greater
Miami to review with sales per-
sonnel ways to make use of the
telephone more efiective in sales
contacts.
To get the service, a firm dials
Southern Bell at 116, and asks for
a "Phone Power consultant." The
telephone company representative
then makes an appointment to
visit the firm and discuss planning
of a telephone sales call, develop-
ment of the selling technique, and
answering objections.
L. B. Sherry, vice president for
Southern Bell in South Florida,
laid the free service is for firms
interested in reducing sales costs,
Cis not a training program for
......
Miami f Forum Grovp
Monthly Forum Group of the
Greater Miami YM and WHA wiU
! hear Dr. John Beathea, of the Uni-
j versity of Miami, discuss "Should
We Abolish the United Nations"
! in the Golden Key Room of the
| Central Branch on Sunday, at 2:30
i p.m. Chairman is George New-
man.
Surf side Gears
For CJAppeal
Surfside Mayor Lee Howard will
; host a breakfast meeting of the
| Surfside Committee of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal at his home,
8986 Bay Dr., on Sunday, 10 a.m.,
according to committee co-chair-
men, Howard, Maxwell Splro and
Max Kolker.
Committee members are Col.
Dudley D. Brody, Louis Hausman,
i Councilman Louis B. Hoberman,
i Solomon Siegel, Judge Louis H.
Stallman, and Dr. Baer Zuckor-
biaun.
i
Honored guest at the CJA break-
fast will be noted entertainer Alan
Gale. Mayor Howard has proclaim-
ed the day as CJA day in Surfside.
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*Jtw isr fhridtewi
Friday. January 14, 1966
7
ranees
JZel,
man
We
the
Women
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
lrene( Mrs. Irving) Cooperman has had a most interest
ing and exciting life. She came with her family from
Czechoslovakia when she was a baby and settled in Cleve-
land. O. Twelve years later, they returned for a visit to
Sevlus, where she was born, and Irene slept in that self-
same room.
After living in America, she found it strange to be in
a country where only the richest had the luxuries, including
modern plumbing, and that the most modest in the United
States consider their just due. Irene was surprised to see
Czech officers come into her aunt's kitchen to look around
and check the larder.
Irene's family subsequently
came to Miami. After graduating
from Miami High, she helped her
folks in their poultry and meat
market, practically running it her-
self. She met her husband, Irving,
while he was in service al a U so.
in Columbus, 0. He was with her
best girl friend she gained a
husband but lost a friend.
Irene knows geography, she
was married in Ml ( lemens, she
waiiod for her soldier in Buffalo,
and their first home was in De-
troit. When Irv came home from
overseas, babj Micl ael was ju-t a
mite more than 4 months old. (Now
he goes to Carnegie Tech i Then
Alan, Minii, Ricki and Margaret, the baby, who is just
: 4.
The Coopermans are firmly entrenched in .Miami
h In'.- mother lives here. Irene has her sister, Lill ai
two brothers, Judge Eugi ne Weiss and Joe Malek Irene,
a Jewish War Veteran and the ifi
ext commander of the Florida State Department of
JWV, has always been active in the Ladies' Auxiliary. She
went up the line to become an Auxiliary president and i
rently is Florida State Women's president. She was eon
vention chairman last year.
In the Anna Miller Circle, which does such a fine job of
helping crippled children in a home in the center of the
state, she is junior past president. She also is secretary of
the new Adlai Stevenson Democratic Club.
Her friends call Irene the Jewish Mesta. Her mother
was noted as a cook. Everyone took it for granted that Irene
would carry on the tradition. She did. but in an unexpect-
ed way. Irene is an excellent cook, but specialized in dishes
that her mother never made, and no doubt never even
heard of Chinese, Mexican and Spanish.
Having the same active interests, Irene and Irving
have created an atmosphere of togetherness with their
children that is startling in its simplicity. The door to their
home is always open to their children's friend's, as well as
their own.
As soon as their oldest child became a teen-ager the
children had a phone of their own. which is alua. int
for argument in a family that does community
they are justly proud of their parents, while the
cial life doesn't suffer because of lack of con, n.
Irene is still excited over a chance remark .,r
heard when the Cooperman brood were talking lo ether
Our parents are different. Thev understand us"

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Berkenfield,
Forrest In Vows
Leslii .1 i Berkenfield
,,i Mr and Mrs. Joseph I Bi rkei
i : Shak< r Hei I ts '
came the bride ol I
Forrest, son of Mr and Mrs. II P
F irrest. 4510 Jefferson Av<
Sunday. Hoc. 26.
Held at the Suburban Tcim
Shaker Heights, the evening
mony was pi rformed by Rahbi
Myron Silverman and was follow-
ed by a reception and dinner at
the temple.
Foi their honeymoon. Mr. For-
rest and his bride eho.se Jamaica.
They plan to live in Philadelphia
(liven in marriage by her father.
new Mrs. Forrest wore a gown of
ivory peau de soie styled with a
sheath skirt, high neck, long
sleeves and a shoulder train. The
short veil was held by a matching
pill box, and she carried a cascade
of phaelenopsis orchids.
The bride's sister. Mrs. Arthur
Hilvitz, served as matron of hon-
or, with Miss Felice Forrest and
Mrs. Victor Poleshuek. brides-
maids, and Tracy Hilvitz flower-
girl,
Abbott Lee Granoff was best
man to the bridegroom, and Ar-
thur Hilvitz and Victor Poles
ushered
i Mr. and Mrs. Forresl are
j juniors at the Universit} ol Penn
sylvania, where the bride is an
honor major in Greek ClassU and
the bridegroom is an honor i
in economics, They sen e as i
and co-editor,
ma-azini Era, ai mbers
ol Philomathean Society, which
Forrest serves as president.
*

u
MRS. RONALD UVtXlHAl and MRS MARSHALL COHtN
Sisters Bernice, Marcia Pearl Wee!;
Now Mrs. R. Leventhal. Mrs. J. Cohen
les at a double wedding on His bride graduated from ".
Dec 26. at Congregation |[i. h arid attend) I I i
the former Bernice it Miami She was a met
and Mai Delta Gamma ( ouncil
tcrs ol Mr Hart) i il md student Council
11U0 S\\ 23rd Avi
Mrs Pearl.
,vas
of >
Mrs. I Leventhal. -
Vvc
ame the bi '
Marshall Norman Cohen, son ol
Mr and Mrs Jules Cohi n, Lake
wood. N .1.
< in thi ir return from Jamaica.
where both couples spent their
honeymoon, the new Leventhals
Will live at 3900 SW 88th PI., and
the new Cohens in Brick Town,
\. .1.
A graduate of Miami High at d
the University of Miami. Mr. Lev-
enthal teaches at Palm Springs
Elementary', His bride is also a
graduate of Miami High and of
I M. ami was a member of Anchor
Club, Inner Club Council and I'hi
Delta (lamina Council
Mr Cohen is a graduate of Lake
wood High and Monmouth College
He is a member of Alpha Psi
Omega and Alpha Phi Omega Fra-
tei nitu-s
3efh Am Ladies
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pie
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumga
conduct the series, which will m t1
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Monthly meeting of Sisterhooi
on Wednesday, 3:30 a.m.. will in-
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Mis Kllis Tarsches ar.d Mrs.
Donald Frank are co-chairm m
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Dembs Reveal Sheila's Betrothal
Mr and Mrs. Harry Demb. of sion of First Research Corporation
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* Jewish nrrSdHmn
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\** hurM in a l\
d'y
yours,
THE New Year brings resolu-
' lions, man> of which are re-
peatedly made year after year.
"I plan to trim down," Mrs.
Melvin Alpcrn vowed. Her resolu-
tion is to drop some weight dur-
ing 1966, and keep it off. "I
hope to have enough will power
to keep this resolution, and
enough 'won't' power to avoid
eating too mueh of my own cook-
ing." This will mean buying a
lew wardrobeher most exciting
incentive.
Mrs. Jack Blocker's resolution
> to think very carefully before
-he buys. "1 have a closet full of
clothes I'm sorry 1 ever bought."
she declared. Husband Judge
Blocker finds it necessary to do
nore and more traveling these
..i\- .in.l Shirley confessed that
her impulse-buying patter n
li aves much to In1 desired."
r r traveling, she has discover-
ed that nothing takes the place
of knits, and so Shirley is going
to plan around a color scheme,
with knits and basics comprising
the bulk of her wardrobe. Al-
though she likes bright colors and
high fashion, Shirley finds that
these garments are too easily re-
membered.

IMPULSE-BUYING will also be
out for Mrs. Ned Harrison, in
1966 provided she sticks to her
New Year's resolution. She said
that every year she firmly re-
solves to plain her wardrobe.
"But so far. I never have." She
usually ends up with everything
in black and white "Some years."
she admitted it's all pink." She
also wants to avoid so many shoes
and bags that are necessary to
( ii in p 1 el e an ensemble, and
. thai proper planning would
In- an asset.
Mrs. Bert .lacobson has given
a great deal of thought to fash-
ion, and for this year has has
made several resolutions which
determined to keep. First,
she will be wearing her hair
shorter, dye il a soft muted shade
oi blon l. and have i< styled in a
yel elegant line Next, in
view of so many recent robberies.
she plans to wear only costume
jewelry.
Mis. Jacobson has also "dis-
covered" knits, and she's plan-
ning to buy them for sports en-
sembles, as well as for more for-
mal occasions.
* *
CHOPPING for clothes that look
** her age is the resolution of
Mrs. Arthur Chassman. She's a
size nine, and finds that most of
the available clothes are so
young-looking that they are much
more appropriate for her daugh-
ter than for herself.
She doesn't feel that any wom-
an should wear matronly-looking
clothes, at any age. but she wants
a wardrobe that features classic
lines in good colors, and that
may be worn from one year to
the next. Often, the clothes look
so ood in the store that she
buys them, and then finds that
they look better on her twelve-
year-old daughter.
"This suggests a definite con-
flict in fashion, and that design-
ers, with their constant emphasis
on youth, fail to produce enough
diversity in fashion for the wom-
an who desires elegant simplicity
throughout the size groupings."
Miss Eisenstat
Marries Airmen
The former Suzanne Kisenstat
and David Henry Nelson were
married on Sunday, Dec 18. in
Montgomt ry, Ala
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs Irving Eisentat, 1045 10th
SI she is a graduate of Miami
Beach Senior High and attended
i la le Junior Collej i
Son of Mr and Mrs W H. Nel-
son. 1572 NK 135th St.. the bride-
groom is a graduate of North Mi-
ami Senior High and attended
Dade Junior College.
He is now a member of the U.S.
Air Force and is stationed at Mont-
gomery.
Bradford ttachrach
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Miss Greenbaum
Feb. Rites
Eyes
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Greenbaum.
rf Atlanta. Ga., have announced
:he engagement of their daughter.
Miss Elaine Doris Greenbaum. to
loel Friedman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Israel Friedman, of Miami Beach.
irmerly of Denver, Colo.
Miss Greenbaum received a BA
in' from Sophie New comb Col-
i -e of Tulane University, where
-'h was in Alpha Epsilon Phi So-
uls
The bride-eled received an MA
rn New York University and is
e-ently teaching junior high m
ite Plains, v Y.
Mr Friedman attended the Lon-
Sehool 1-1 Economics and gra-
fted from Columbia College,
1961, where he was a mem-
Zets Beta Tau. He is with
he investment firm of Merrill
ynch, Pierce. Fenner and Smith
New York City,
^ February wedding Is planned.
Sema Gruber's
Troth Revealed
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gruber. 601
11th St.. have announced the en-
; gagement of their daughter. Sema,
to Steven M. Kennard, son of Mr
and Mrs. Herbert Kennard. 1815
I Galleon St., Treasure Island.
le elect graduated from
~ nior High and Mt. Sinai
S( Nursing.
nee majored in engineer-
in- at Dade Junior College and is
' now serving in the Air Force sta-
tioned at Homestead Air Force
Base.
Crames, Litwin
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Crames. 833
Medina Ave. Coral Gables, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Sandra, to Dr. Michael
M. Litwin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herman J litwin. 3135 SW n.ih
St.
A February wedding is planned.
Cast of the forthcoming production at Beth David Spector
Auditorium rehearses a scene kam "Come Blow Your Horn."
Left to right are Barbara Greene, Stanley Borenstein. Ed Kazen,
Rube Idels and Norma Abbott. Not shown is Mindy Forer.
Beth David
Group on Boards
Beth David Players Group will
present a fast moving, three-act
comedy. Come Blow Your Horn,"
written by Neil Simon and direct-
ed by Rube Idels.
Simon is the author of "Bare-
foot in the Park." and "The Odd
Couple."
(dine Blow Your Horn" was a
successful Broadway show starring
Hal March and later presented as
a cinema starring Frank Sinatra
and Mollie Picon.
I'ast for the Belli David show in-
cludes Rube Idels. Stanley Boron-
stein. Normal Abbott. Mindy For-
er. Fd Kazen and Barbara Green,
and will show at Beth David S] i
tor Auditorium.
Curtain is at 8:30 p.m., on s.it-
urday, Jan S2 Sunday, .'an 2$,
and Saturday. Ian 29.
Beauty Salon Readied
An agreement is about to be
signed at Miami Springs Villas for
one of the most elaborate beauty
salons in the country. Taking in
about 4.000 sq. ft., it will be lo
cated in the Kind's Inn. the new
hotel now under construction, and
scheduled for opening about Feb.
1. The salon, to feature massage.
Sauna bath and facials, will be
decorated by Homer Shrewsbury.
Miami Educator at Confab
Rabbi Shimon Azulay, president
of the Hebrew Educators Alliance
of Greater Miami, has just return-
ed from New York, where he at-
tended a special meeting of the
presidium of the Federation of
Hebrew Teachers and Principals
in the United States
Beach Lodge
Monthly Meeting
Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai
B'hUl will hold its monthly meet
uiK and mki.i1 athei ing next VVcd-
nesday, 8 p.m., at the DiLido Ho-
tel.
' \iburt Pallot. vice president
of International B'nai B'rith, will
e guest .speaker.
B#ach Lodge holds tegular week-
:> luncheon sessions Tuesday noons
at the DiLido.
Future speakers include Hen-
dr k B< tis Ian 18: Alex Cordon,
Jan 25: Dr Irving Lehrman, Feb
1: Richard E Gersteln, Feb. 15;
Leo Eisenstein, Feb. 22 Gershon
Miller is chairman of the luncheon
meetings, with Irving Schatzman
as co-chairman.
Arrangements Committee in-
cludes Joseph L. Goodman, presi-
dent. Irving Schatzman, treasur-
er; and Samuel Pascoe. vice presi-
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Friday. January 14. 1966
Cleveland Dean At Emanu-EI
Dr Jacob Kabakoff. dean ol the
College of Jewish studio ol (leve-
I,,,,,. w| address Hebraic o
Greater Miami on Tuesday, B.w
p.m.. in the school assembly naU
of Temple Emanu-El.
The subject of Dr. Kabakoff's lcc-
ture will be 'New ivcn.is In Mod-
ern Hebrew Literature." The lec-
ture will bo in Hebrew.
Dr. Kabakoff. a leading author-
ity on Hebrew literature and well-
known educator, received bis de-
I,-,, of Doctor of Hebrew Litera-
ture at the Jewish Theological
9eminarj In 1058 and has been
dean Ol the Cleveland College ol
Jewish Studies since 1052.
Dr. Kabakoff was a member ol
the editorial staff of 'he Encyclo-
pedia Hebralca. He edited the New
Hebrew-English Dictionary and is
author of "S. Shalom The Poef
.unl his Work.-."
Miller Circle
Features Movie
A first run movie. Bye. Bye.
Birdie." with Vivien I-eigh and
Pick Van Dyke, will be shown by
the Anna Miller Circle of the
Miami Beach Elks. TL'U West Ave .
cm Tuesday, 8 p.m.
All proceeds go to the crippled
children in the hospital in I'ma-
tilla. Eta.
Milton Waldor (left), past national commander, and an all-out military effort to win in Viet
h War Veterans of the U.S.A., addressed Nam in the event the peace effort failed, and
a patriotic rally under JWV auspices here at Daniel Neal Heller (right), past national com-
:he Deauville Hotel Sunday. Also appearing mander of the Jewish War Veterans, who was
were (left; U.S. Rep. Claude Pepper, who called tcastmaster at the breakfast function. See
s to pursue the A:; Pagell-A).
peace effort tn a successful conclusion
ZOmUG FROM R'JWA
N.Y. Minister,
Peace Leader
Due Here Tuesday
T: old B -' s senior
t Christ M hodist,
i City, will I
i
i ish Congress, at the home
< Mrs. Sylvia Silvers, 6500 No
t Rd., on Tuesdaj at l p.m.
Dr. Bosley, who is visiting the
S Florida area to meet with
varfeus community groups in help
frigtto assist in the planning of
peate education, will speak on
The Peace Drive Will it Sue-
Mrs. Sylvia Silvers, president of
Justine Chapter, said that "Dr. Bos-
ky, who is presently in Russia,
( a special peace project, will be
addressing the meeting only hours
after he has returned to the
States."
Dr. Bosley formerly served as
dean of the Divinity School. Duke
University, and has spoken in
many college conferences during
the past 20 years. He is a graduate
of Nebraska Wesleyan University
and received the PhD degree from
the University of Chicago.
The American Jewish Congress
Is affiliated nationally through its
local chapters in the Turn Toward
Peace Movement.

DR. HAROLD BOSIEV
Beach Lodge
To Hear Report
Monthly meeting of Miami
Beach Lodge, B'nal B'rith, will be
held on Wednesday evening, Jan.
10. 8 p.m.. at the DiLido Hotel.
E. Albert Pallot. international
vice president of B"nai B rith, v ill
be speaker of the evening. His
topic will be "122 Years of Serv-
ice to Humanity."
He will report to the member-
ship on the proceedings of the na-
tional mid-winter conference of
the B'nai B'rith Board of Gover-
nors, held in Washington last week.
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4 to 0 p.m.
Dr. Harold Bosley, pastor ol
Christ Church Methodist of New
York City, will be featured speak-
er.
Former United States Sen. liar
tin will introduce Dr. Bosh \
at 8 p.m., when he brings his fi-
nal address entitled "The Churches
and World Peace." Dr. Bosley will
make his opening address at 4:30
p.m. His topic will be "Alterna-
tives to Annihilation."
The Rev. John Taylor, pastor of
the host church, will serve as mas-
ter of ceremonies. Dr. Conrad Wil-
lard, pastor of the Central Bap-
, tist Church, will bring the open-
ing devotional message.
At 5:15 p.m., the conference will
divide into discussion groups. Rab-
bi Solomon Schiff. of Congrega-
tion Beth El, will lead a group in
considering "Who is Responsible
for Peace?"
' Are Poverty and Peace Com-
patible?" is the topic for William
A. Wynn Jr., of the Economic Op-
portunity Program. Dade County
United Nations Association coor-
dinator Irvin Schindler"s subject
will be "Can National Sovereignty
and World Community Co-Exist1'-
"Can We Afford Peace?" and 'is
There Room for Human Dignity?"
' arc the topics of University of Mi-
ami Professors John Bethca and
Donald Calhoun.
Convalescent
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Coral Gables Convalescent Home
a 74-bed modern facility, has just
been awarded a certificate of In-
stitutional Membership in the
American Hospital Association.
This is one of the first instilu-
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, tor a nursing home, according to
Ferdinand H. Rosenthal. executive
director of the Home.
In June, 1965. the Home was ap-
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of the American Hospital Associa-
tion. This is another step to a.,
ure the Coral Gables Convales-
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r. January 14, 1966
V-Jpnisti fk>ridTfann
Page 11-B
iicale Set
lr Olom
Arts Committee of Tem-
| musicalo Sunday evening,
Li)., at the Temple. Guest
.till be Nice and Nora I'eld-
i-e Primack with Leopoldo
and his Liricos Trio.
Feldrnan. now of Temple
has appeared on the Ed
television program. He
H.med at the Italian Academy
of |B .. Bucharest, Rumania, and
K with the Tel Aviv Opera
,y and the Opera Comique
J...-S appeared on BBC. Lon-
..vision and La Television
li.se.jij Paris. He toured Eu,-.
filca and South America,
uticerts and recitals in 12
is, and has recorded three
. of folkaonga and a com-
; era in French, "La Juivc."
Feldrnan i~ a graduate of
cilia Di Roma, Italy. Pri-
gs sung locally with vari-
itions, and at present
- with the choir at Temple
Ramos and h 5 Trio
|11 en in .Miami fur five years,
1m' heard every Saturday
in mi local radio stations.
ffair i- hi aded by Mr. and
rence Wulkan. Kli King
pie president, and Rabbi
i .-\pril i^ spiritual leader of
t' gregation.
Rabbi Rosenberg At Temple Sinai
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, ol
Temple Adath Ycshuriin in I'hila
delphia, will be uuest lecturer in
the fourth annual Adult Education
Cavalcade to be held on Thursday
evening, .Ian. 20. at Temple Sinai.
Hollywood, according to an an-
ouncement by Jerry Sussman,
chairman of the Southeast Reuio-i
program, and Seymour Mann, pres
ulcnt of the Southeast Region.
Ral ii Rosenberg will speak on
"Judaism Differs Do Jew-
Mayor Shepherd Bro
Hcrboi, points cut the
advantages ol Poiiit East, the S16,0uC,Ij00 pnvctc adult all-
waterfrcnt condominium community at 17740 St. end Biscayne
Blvd. Looking en (left to r.qhti. are Metro Co:..mis->icner Harold
Greene; Morris Broad, piejident ol American Sa\ings and
Loan Association; and Leonard Schreiber, president oi Point
East. Four iurni.-hed apartments are en duuy display at the
new apartment project, which will beast a health pavi :..:i end
spa and S;5J0,0u0 recreation center when completed
shopping center.
Record-Breaking Crowds Jam Mode!
Display Apartments at Point East
A record-breaking crowd of
more than 2.500 jammed the mod-
i al apartments on display at Point
East when the private adult all-
waterfront condominium commun-
ity was opened to the public for
the first time last Sunday.
Located between 175th and
180th Sts.. on Biscayne Blvd.. with
the main entrance at 177th St.,
' Point East is an $18,000,000 proj-
ect, a complete, self-contained
condominium community, prob-
ably the largest in the State of
; Florida.
The four decorated apartments
i now on display, from 9 am. to 6
p.m., daily and Sun. ay. a.c a one
bedroom and one bath, from S9.-
|895; one bedroom, ecu bath ianai.
I from $12,395; two bedroom, one
i bath, from $12,995; and two bc-d-
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II feature Nat Norbert in "Pup- j mately 1.400 units. Point East w i1 ruoms,
t Time" on Sunday, 2:30 p.m., I be a completely
the Ballroom of the Central community, introducing a
indcy Celebrity Series
Foremost will be a $300,000
health pavillion and spa, headed
ty a full-time medical director.
All residents, at their conveni-
ence, may enjoy the benefits of
the most moc'?rn facilities and
equipment in prescribed physical
fitness programs under the direc-
tion of the medical director and
a staff of qualified personnel.
Also, a fully-equipped emer-
gency vehicle will be on a 24-hour
service exclusively for the resi-
dents of Point Fast, all included in
cne low monthly payment.
Another Point Fast -first" will
be a $500,000 recreation center en-
compassing 30.000 sq. ft. It will
house regulation-site champion
AMF bowling lanes, with automat-
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AMF regulation-size tables; card
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arts, crafts and hobby
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The officers of Point East are
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Top Sociologist To be Speaker At Beth Sholom
C. Bezalel Sherman, sociologist,
author, lecturer and one of the
outstanding English-Jewish Jour-
nalists in the country today, will
be speaker in the second of the
lecture series being conducted by
the Adult Education Committee of
Temple Beth Sholom on Monday
evening, at 9 p.m.. at the Temple.
Sherman will discuss "Just
What Do We Know About the
American Jewish Community?" as
part of the general subject. "What
is the American Jew?"
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of the congregation, an-
nounced that the series of lec-
tures on "Who and What is the
American Jew?" is based on
"The American Jew," a reap-
praisal compiled and edited by
Dr. Oscar I. Janowsky.
Subsequent lectures will take
place at 9 p.m.. on Jan. 24 and 31,
and on Feb. 7.
The series follows 8 p.m.
courses in Hebrew language and
a lecture series on "Great Jewish
Personalities." The Hebrew cours-
es are conducted by members of
the Beth Sholom faculty. The lec-
tures on "Great Jewish Personal!
ties" are conducted by Rabbi San-
ford Seltzer, executive director of
the Southeast Council of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions.
Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan is chair-
man of the Board of Education of
Temple Beth Sholom. Mrs Irving
Kushman is chairman of the Adull
Yivo Forum Series Opens 16th Season
With Bezalel Sherman Here Saturday Eve
Bezalel Sherman, noted sociol
Ogist, essayist and lecturer, will
open the forum series sponsored by
the Greater Miami Vivo Commit-
tee this Saturday evening at the
David Pinski Cultural Center, 42
Washington Ave.
Sherman will inaugurate the
16th session ol the Vivo series with
an address on "The .lew in Jewish
and American Literature."
The popular .llcturer will also kc
heard in the second ol the Vivo
series here Jan. 22. also at ine
David Pinskj Centex, in a talk on
"The Socio-EcoflOmic Aspect of
American Jewry."-
The series, to. continue through
March weeklyiat the" same time
and place, will also feature the
following noted lecturers:
Saul Goodman, education di-
rector of the Sholom Aleichem In-
stitute of New York, in a talk on
"Martin Buber and Jewish Exis-
tentialism," Jan. 29.
Saul Goodman, repeat lectur-
er, "The Role of Jews in the Spi-
ritual Life of American Jewry,'
Feb. 5.
Mordecai Bernstein, historian,
"The State of Israel Govern-
bent of Israel and the People of
Israel." Fell. 12.
Dr. Shlomo Hike!, journalist
and author. "Bergelson and Opo-
tashu," Feb. 19
Jacob Katz. lecturer on litera-
ture, "AnskiThe hour Aspects of
His Life." Feb. 26.
Gershon Weiner, dean of the
Iewish Teachers Seminary, "The
Varieties of Modern Judaism."
Mar. 5.
Jacob Katz. repeat lecture.
Chaim Grade Post and Prose
Writer." Mar. 12
Concluding Evening. "At Cov-
Senior Group
Holds Installation
Henry Gilman was installed
to a new term for the fifth conse-
cutive year as president of the
Florida Senior Citizens League of
Voters on Tuesday evening at
Miami Beach Federal Auditorium,
755 Washington Ave.
Michael Sossin was installing
officer. Also installed was
Mrs Gilman in a fifth term as
financial secretary of the organi-
zation.
Guest speaker was Amnon Gi-
lad, head of the Israel Government
Tourist Department. Gilad showed
a color and sound film of Israel.
Program included a message
from Gerald Lewis. Stanley Rosen-
sweet entertained.
ered Tables Literary Musical
Program." Mar. 19. featuring Ber-
rie Pomerantz- Honigbaum. poe-
tess, who will read from her latest
of five volumes of published poetry
Education Committee, and Lo (
Snetman is president ol the I
C. Bezalel Sherman has for
many years observed and inter-
preted trends and developments
in American Jewish life as stu-
dent and active participant. He
is the author of the "Jew Within
American Society," Israel and
the American Jewish Communi-
ty," "Jews and Other Ethnic
Groups in the United States"
and numerous other works,
some of which have been trans-
lated into many languages.
Friday, January 14, 1966
\ member of the faculty of the
Jewish Teachers Seminary in New
York, he lectured on the sociology
ol the American Jew in the In
stitute oi l ontemporexy Jewry of
the Hebrew University m Jerusa-
lem He i> B member of the Amen
can Sociological Association, the
World Union of Jewish Studies, and
the World Association for Jewish
Demography and Statistics.
He is chairman of the Adminis-
trative Committee of the Ameri
can Section of the World Jewish
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^ Keith Wolf*
111 Randall, son nf Dr. pnn]
lack B. Wolfe, 2020 NE 197th
[No. Miami Beach, will he
lilzvah at the Sterling Hotel
\v2\\c on Saturday. Jan. lo.
t)i is an eighth grade sturlent
in F. Kennedy Junior High,
a third year student in the
High School of the Bureau
,i>h Kduc.-af.ion. He attended
'Torah Congregation, where
krents have been members for
st ten years, ins nouuica a.e
swimming and bowling.
and Mrs Samuel C. Brown, of the
Harbour House.
An eighth grade student at Mc
Nichol Junior High, where she is
on the staff of the school news
paper, the Bas Mitzvah is also a
member of the swimming team
and the chess club. Interested in
the presidents of the United Stales,
the celebrant has exhibited her
collection at hobby shows.
* *
David Van Katwyk
On Saturday morning. Jan. .15,
I during services at Temple Tife'telh
Keith Wolfe
David Sternshcin
fcbrant the grandson of Mr j j^ Bar MiuVah of DavY ^n
J* m -, Son of Mr. and Mrs. T
David Sternshcin
.ill Jules, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stfflnshein, 3030 So. Miami
will become Bar Mitzvah at
David Congregation on Sat-
morning. Jan. 15.
Jvid is a seventh grade stu-
at the Hebrew Academy. He
|tt rested in art and meteorol-
and is active in the Cantor's
and Hebrew Academy Choir.
and Mrs. Nathan Handwer-
of Brooklyn. N.Y.. grandpar-
of David, will attend services
the reception held in Spector
of Beth David.
red Van
Katwyk, David is an eighth grade
pupil at Thomas Jefferson Junior
High, plays tenor and' alto saxo-
phone in the concert band, and is
a Patrol Leader of the Boy. Scout
Troop 136.
The celebrant has been awarded
the N'er Tamid Award, and is a
collector of coins, stamps, shells
and rocks.
Conjfance Kaplan linda Ponifzman
Robert Marx
Robert, son of Dr. and Mrs. Isi-
dore Marx, was Bar Mitzvah at
Beth Moshe Congregation on Sat-
urday morning, Jan. 8.
Robert is an eighth grade stu-
dent at North Miami Junior High.
He has won awards in good cit-
rriday evening, Jan. 14. Lin- ; lzenship. arts and cralts arcn
I daughter of Morris R. Ponitz- i ,nrt rifWv
Linda Ponitxman
!61 SW 37th Ter.. will be
Mitzvah at Ahavat Shalom
Jgregation.
Inda attends Riviera Junior
i. where she plays French horn
hlu school concert band, has
lied dancing for five years, and
[a red on local television sta-
In oneg Shabbat in the cele-
|nt's honor will follow services.
* *
Constance Kaplan
ron-tance Joy Kaplan will ob-
c her Bas Mitzvah on Friday.
14. during services at Temple
lai Hollywood.
'arc ills of the celebrant, Mr. and
s Bernard L. Kaplan, 4720 Mad-
In St.. Hollywood, will honor
fir daughter at the Oneg Shab-
following the ceremony and at
reception and dinner at the
pain ill.- Hotel on Sunday after-
lion. Her grandparents are Mr.
' and riflery.
A reception and dinner was given
I in his honor on Saturday evening at
the Fontainebleau Hotel.
*
Jerry Richman
Jerry, son of Mr. and Mrs.
: George Richman. 6741 SW 7th St..
will observe his Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning, Jan. 15. at
Temple Zion.
An eighth grade honor student at
Kinloch Park Junior High, the cel-
ebrant plays trumpet in the school
symphonic band and is a member
I of the Student Council.
Mr. and Mrs. Richman will hon-
or their son at the Oneg Shabbat,
Kiddusli. children's Kiddush and
: a reception.
The celebrant is an eighth grade
student at the North Miami Jun-
ior High. Among his interes's are
music, art and sports.
Guests will be Jonathan's aunt,
Mrs. Simon Abrams. of Hazleton,
Pa., and his grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Paul H. Sperber, pioneer de-
veloper, of Keystone Pt.
Robert Horland
Robert Sheldon, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morton Horland, will become
Bar Mitzvah.on Saturday. Jan. 15,
at Temple Adath Yeshurun.
Robert is in the seventh grade
in John F. Kennedy Junior High
School. He is on the football team
and has won several awards in
track and field. He plans to contin-
ue with his Hebrew education.
Following the service. Mr. and
Mrs. Horland will aive a reception
In' honor of thefr sort
*
Larry Bragman
Bar Mitzvah of Larry Bragman
will be observed at Temple Beth
Tov during services on Saturday
morning, Jan. 15.
Mi and Mrs. Earl Bragman. 7020
SW 16th St.. will honor their son
at the Kiddush following the cere-
mony and at a reception in the
Temple on Saturday evening
The celebrant is an eighth grade
Jerry Richman
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Jay is a student of Beth Moshe
Hebrew School and is in the eighth
grade at John F. Kennedy Junior
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*
Michael Friedman
Michael Allan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Friedman, 951 NE 55th
St.^ No. M(ami Be.ach; will become
Bar Mitzvah at Young Israel of
Greater Miami on Saturday, Jan.
15.
Michael is an eighth grade stu-
dent at John F. Kennedy Junior
High and plays clarinet in the
school band.
Michael's mother, Mrs. Judy
Friedman, is vice president of
Young Israel's PTA.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception and dinner on Sat-
urday evening at Unified Hall.
Jonathan Bloch
Jonathan David, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max L. Bloch. 12944 Banyan
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Friday. January 14, 1966
1
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March of Dimes Drive in Dade
LEGAL NOTICE
")
Dade Dimes Mail Appeal was
underscored here by l.ori Ann
V\aj;ner. 5. of Milwaukee. Wise.,
National 1966 March of Dimes Pos-
ter Girl, on her recent visit to Mi-
ami.
Miami Beach Bar Association presents its annual Award of
Merit "for distinguished service to the legal profession" to the
Miami Review. Pictured during the presentation (left to right)
are Baron de Hirsch Meyer, first president of the Miami Beach
Bar Association; Harry Zukernick, chairman of the Awards
Committee, and member of flhe Board of Governors of the
Florida Bar, who made the presentation on behalf of the Bai
Association; Lee Ruwitch, publisher of the Miami Review;
Morris Berick, president of the Beach Bar Association; and
Robert M. Ervin, president of the Florida Bar, who was guest
speaker.
Anshe Ernes Will Install Officers
Congregation Anshe Ernes in-
stallation will he held on Sunday,
Jan. 16. 7:30 p.m.. at the Syna-
ue, 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Chairman Irving Sperling and
committee members are planning
entertainment which will include
a singer, a comedian and an or-
chestra.
Assisting Sperling are Sam Es-
i
t ti a r i e a
LITT
RHENA, Jai ohson, 33, off 1132 SW
23rd Ave., tiled Jan. 1. She came
here JO yearn ago fr.im Rrook-
lyn, N.Y.. and is gnrvivi d bj two
--.us. fraig and NVil. Survivors.
..i-.i in. luil.' h< i- parent*, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Jacobson; three un-
cles. Max and Jrt na Ja^ohann
and Benjamin Bfaak; ariuidmoth-
er, Mrs. Sarah Jacobson; five
.':nis. Mr. Rose RuMntein. Mrs.
Hannah Korurelch, Mrs. l-annv
Kornbllth, Mm. Sarah Mokotoff
.in.I Mrs II. in j r. Iii'.ni S. -
vi. .s were held Jan. fi ..i :->i-.l..11
Funeral Hume, with Intc i nu tit In
Mi. nebu Cemeters.
PAUL
M \.\" I... .", of ': SW 3rd St.
I'laz.i. passed :i\v:,\ Wednesday
.\ reslrfi foi 21 -. itimN
from X- iv Fork Pltv, he estab-
lish! '1 ili.- flaj lord Mi n's Shop In
'oral flab!. He is survived by
It's Ife Tll'le; Ihree daughti rs,
Ml s-..|. || Keyset' nnd Mr- Kl-
f Mian i. Mi -. Rather
ml. of New V rk ''iii : three
brother*, i onard 111 il, ..f Miami
Reach, Arthur and Milton I- ml. of
New Fork I'iiy: three slaters, Mrs.
Leah Rpsteln nnd Mm. Jennie Oel-
ler, ..f \'. York I'iii. and Mrs.
bylvta Kata, of San FYanclscn; and
Rlx gi and. !r li'ren. Si r\ i. were
to be Thursday, .Tan. is, n a.m.,
at Gordon Funeral Home, with In-
terment hi star ..f David Ceme-
tery The family is sitting Shiva
al the home ..f Mrs. Sydell II. v-
per, SB Samana Dr., Baj Heights,
Miami.
lerman. secretary. Mrs. I.illie
Noodelman. Mrs. Betty Rothbcind,
Joseph Abramson. Joseph Picus,
Max Rothbeind and Max Sussman.
Installing officer and ma;n
speaker will be Judge Milton A.
Friedman.
Officers to be installed are
Emanuel Kushelewitz. president:
Max Rothbeind. first vice presi-
' dent; George Baron, second vice
president; Max Sussman. recording
secretary; Joe Picus. treasurer;
Sam Esterman, financial secretary:
and Joseph Abramson, trustee.
Ladies' Auxiliary officers are
Mesdames Beth Rothbeind presi-
dent; Sally Pakowitz and Ann
Abramson. vice presidents: Mary
Woiser. recording secretary; Flor-
ence Esterman. treasurer: Ann
Mills, financial secretary; Betty
Camelot. corresponding secretary;
and Bessie Lopus, membership
chairman.
Greater Miami Mandolin Orches-
tra under the leadership of Allen
Dworkis will he featured in an en-
lertainment program also featur-
ing William Skyler in song rendi-
tions.
Local Delegates
At Mid-Winter
BB Conference
Annual mid-winter executive
meeting of B'nai B'rith Grand
Lodge 5. including members from
Baltimore. Md., to Miami, met on
Jan 8 to 10 at the Shoreham Hotel
in Washington, D.C.
A(Y<>fi(!ing^irom this area were
president of District 5. Sam Nei-
berg; Eli Hurwitz. National Youth
Service Commissioner: Ansel Wit-
U'listein. president of Florida State
Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges:
and Mrs. Sam Kurland. historian.
District 5 B'nai B'rith Women.
Executive Committee members
were Mesdames Arthur Bassman.
Arthur Horowitz. Newton Hofstad-
ter. Henry Blum. West Palm
Beach. Irma Herrold. Harold Feld-
man. and District 5 Hillel chair-
man. Mrs. Harry Ornstein, West
Palm Beach.
E. Albert Pallot, of Miami Beach,
international vice president of
B'nai B'rith. delivered a major ad-
dress at the mid-winter meeting of
the Board of Governors at the
Washington meeting. Sessions of
the conclave were held at the
Shoreham Hotel. ,
The Dade County delegation ac-
companying Pallot to the confer-,
ence also included Paul Seider-
man, a member of the Supreme
Board of Governors; Judge Milton
A. Friedman, former state presi-
dent; Sidney Palmer, past presi-
dent of State Federation of Lodges;
Leo Steinman. Community Service
and Veterans' Affairs Committee.
This was the first city on hor
national tour for the January
March of Dimes drive for hinds to
fight birth defects. Little Lori
helped send out some 250.000 let-
ters to Dade County homes, ask
ing for March of Dimes contribu-
tions. She was assisted by Ernie
Whitman, treasurer. Dade County
Chapter. National Foundation,
March of Dimes.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
voTU'K IS HEHKRV Hl\ IN lhat
,i. undersigned. ln engage
,,V,-N < ru ROD!
\lll..y,.v\ N l"AH i'BXTBK at 1.28
N!- >n,| vvenue, Miami Intends to
:., mid ni.....- "ill. il i '-
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MID-TOWN l" VR i'BNTKB INC
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 59959-A
IN RK: Estate t
u m:i:v S1CK8
l>. .as. .1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKF
APPLICATION FOR O STP'PIJTION
AND FINAL, DISCHARGE
v. rrlCK In her, b) have
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Miami Beach Auxiliary', will meet
on Tuesday, 12:30 p.m.. at Wash-
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A film on activities of the
Home's residents will be shown
with Maurice Pearlstein, executive
director of the Home, as commen-
tator.
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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tate ni' GERTRUDE I'l-:i,l.MAN de-
ceaaed late ..f Dade County, FiArMn,
lo ili.- County Judftea of Dade County,
..n.l file (In* same in dufdicate iind as
provided in Section 731 lfi. V* n.i.i
Statutes, hi tlnii- offlcei in Ihr Coun-
tj iViurlhouae In IMde County, Flori-
da, within nix calendar montha from
the lime i.f the first pubncatlon hflfe.
i.i". or the aame will be barred.
Dated a) Miami, Florida, ihls I'jili
da; of January. A.D, ^^M.
MIKIAM SlMtKRMAN
All Ailiniiiistralrix
First publication of thlg notice on
the 13th iIhv of fjanuary, 19M.
HENRY NORTON
Attorney f..r Admlnixtratrlx
: 106 Blacayne Building
1 'M-21-2S 2 4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 66C-319
RODKM, J RICHNER, EVELYN K
I'aiW.MAN. a- .Viliillnisli-.lri.-. I the
Estate of BENJAMIN 1' COSNOW,
l... cam d, and OI.ORIA KASMN,
Ptahttlffa,
\ s.
JOSEPH i'. isXnW, BETTY fJEP-
PEN, N-'>AII ciiasi; and the COM-
MUNITY NATIONAL BANK I K BAI-
H.VRHI H'll. ;i national banking or-
l>..rall..|l.
11. fendanta.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TI: .Ii 'Sl'l'll COSNl >VV
I'.f.ll.lanl
IB2 E. 22 Ktn >t
Ni York 10, N. York
RI3TTY l>.-f.-nd:int
_' Horatio sir.N-i
New York. New York
You are hereby notified thai a suit
lias been filed attains! yon in the
above-styled .urt t.. partition the t'ol-
l..wiin> real and bersonaJ property, t.>-
wlt:
LOT TKN f|0), m CLOCK TURKIC
Ci) "f HAVN'SWOIITII REACH
SITRnrVISION a.-.-..r.....g to the l'lai
thereof, r......rded in Rial l!..k 41.
at Pase :'. ..f th.- liil.li, it......,1. r
'*"* ''.....">' Phrld; tog-ether with
the buildlm and lim-rovemente
ili.-ren erected and totretner with
the furniture, furnishlnjes flxturaa
and equipment contained therein
a k a K233 Ai.i,..ti Avenue, Miami
Ik .1.-11. Klorida.
and ...11 are h. ratty quired t.. gervi
- ..f y..nr An-. r or nth. r i.tead-
i."r.,,.^:", "'' "Intlffa1 Attorneys
Si-HONKKI.I. FELDMAN -
cayne liull.lini:. Miami, Florida J31S0
and rile fhe original thereof in the
offU-e of the Circuit Court ..11 ..1 It*.
row the 1 mi day ..1 FVhru.irv 1...... if
. you fall to do .... ., Deere, pVo Con"
fesao will be taken aei.inM yo for
in. relief demanded In th. Otmvluint
i'.\i; and iii!i.i:i:ii, ... Miamii
&&,,& norida. this ,h day 0f
B. I: l.i:.\tmi;i:m \\
I'l.rk ,.f Die circuit Court
By K M I.VM.W
Deputy Clerk
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 67230-A ,
IN UK c
\li\vii: .;r.K 1:1:1:
I'., .a-..1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE ..
APPLICATION FOR DISTRlBUTlOr )
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
\ -ru 'K Is In Ii} 11 Ilia' I luo a
ill. .1 inv I- mil I: 1 Petition for
I lietrll nd Kinii I 'Is. t.-ra.- as
IA. .. r of th. -late of MINNIE
ilKRIIKR, '...... I ind Miai r.n the
III h da) -I K.-I.l'i.ii 1 IMfl W "I api.K
1.. tli. Honorable Countj .1 idu-s of
1 lade ''-nil v. I-! n r"Viil (
rti 1 ., .1 for il -'riliurinn
I mil .I1-.I1.1 !A. utor of Hi-'
..f the iibovi -named decedent.
I'iiis Ih of J .'i 1 rv, rMd
I'BltUY KABIAN
SMI .'II .\ MANDLER, attoi
Samui I s Stnlth
l"7 Lin. .in Ro Id, Suite !>A
Mian i ISeai It, Klorida S813?
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NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUD:CIAL
CIRCUIT of FLORIDA. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. IN
CHANCERY, No. 66C 299
MICHAEL S. STKLL \
Plaintiff,
VS
j ULKNNA STP.I.1.A.
I 1. I. n.lanl.
SUIT FOR D.VORCE
You fJLKNNA STCI.I.v :i......,
wrace. Apt, 3, Ma. ..11 tin .,, here-
b> notified thai Bill of Complaint for
I-11 filed uaa nsi vo-t
an.1 you are required lo -
mn "<'!' *""*' "''
mil i.f 1 omplaini on the Plaintiff- \,.
''"'" JOEL KUItlN, P.O Box l-ii
' ral t;( 11... i .., ;,,,,. .
v'"u'r '" "cad ng In 1.....fflc. of
' k th. i'ir. nu ,-..,,, ,, ,,,.
the 14th ,ia. .
rail u. .i., -.- ,,,,. .
'"' laken
demanded In h< Bill .,1
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ITICE IS HEREBY CIVEN thi.t
undersigned, di -i-inc to ncaa.-
l.ii.-in. s.- under thi Nctlttona name
Jl .ir.Kk P-WESTINU <" 'MI'AN V
-,.L.ii s \v sath tvenue. Miami,
n.la. Intends t.. register s^iiit name
ili tin* Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, PI irlda.
RICARIX 1 .1. .11 it'ltER
Sole I'l.i.i- i..r
CITLPJR .. BERl '\'s. iN
[Attorneys for Ricardn .1 Jivitvrt
612 Alnaley Bldg, Miami, r
1 14-.l-.' J 4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, J
FLORIDA IN PROBATE -
No. 69155-C *
IN RE: Eatate !
. DAVID EICHNER
i... ased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and VII r. -...,- Hav-
ing: Claim- or I ten nn. u m s ii.|
Kstate:
Vo'i h. r. i .,,... -...jui,,,!
to present anj cfim- and Ifmnuda
w hli ii you may h.-,\. _-., ,. (n, .
Jt of I'W ID KICHNBR l......,.....
'"' Dade Count; Plor da to the
I ounty Judges o| Had, ty, ami
rile the sillll. iii .In.......- 1 .- ,,1 ..-
KI01 stat-
in ihelr offl, n the County
' '"'!.. tsi 1 Dade County, Florida,
il<" ai thi om the
'"" th, rii publication hereof, ,.r
no- -am. m ill lie 1. irr, .1.
, ''"led ai Miami, Klorlda, -hi-s :.th
ua) ..; .1 m tarj \ 11 1861
K8THEH i:i.'HNi-:r.
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II !';,', Iiu,,ll,"( "" ihta noUce on
iii.- in. da) ,.( j.,,,,, .,, ,
Josh itHPHi s
Attorney for Exi cuti .\
1370 Washington \..
Miami I:,-.,, ||. H-,
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ROOF LEAK?
VICTOR CONN
Let us repair it or apply
a new one. For free
estimate phone:
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Jewish Convalescent Home of South Florida
has embarked on an expansion program. The
new facility will include 100 beds, long-term
nursing and beds for patients reguiring per-
sonal care. The Home is endorsed by the Flori-
da Nursingg Home Association, American
Nursing Home Association, American Hospi-
tal Association and American Association of
Homes for the Aged. According to Sarah E.
Keiser, president of the Home, "the new build-
ing will add to the contentment end to a rich-
er wholesome living during the golden days of
our senior citizens."
ANSWERITE
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE
FR 3-2666 JE 8-0721
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January 14, 1966
't'Jk-nisfi fkradHiciin
Page 15 B
LEGAL NOTICE
CO' V-T> JUDGE'S COURT
Tnd FO" DADE COUNTY,
rUOmD* IN PROBATE
No. 65-484-A
r.K.vr.i.ATT a k :.
; \ <;i:HENBLATT,
,- .i
If of intention to make
-ation for distribution
'|nal discharge
,]; i- ;.. i i.v given that I liave
Final : i..-!-i and Petition f kmii'ii hi i Final Discharge a*
,f the estate "f ANNIE II.
IBLATT .. k 0 ANNA QRKKN-
,i, i.-.,- i and that on th* .
v ,.i .i., ii u*). 14)69, "ill appls
Honor "' '"'">' Judgea ol
i !': Ida. for approval ol '
and for distribution
I ,_: .(- Bxecutol "t
ahove-nai.....' dece-
if I >. cember, 1865
K.i ilRIS liRKKNBLATT
[i \\i> M vm,|.|.;k,
i I\.....lor
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12 24-31 I T-li
JE ClRCU T COURT OF THE
VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
AND FO^ OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA N CHANCERY
Nc 6:>C 13662
A RD T ):...--.
, 111 til I.
; UlET F. HESS,
OTICE CF PUBLICATION
tUAl! iii-:ss
r Avenue
Mli hlgun
VRK I R HV NOTII n:i'.
I >s. thai ii Com-
; Ins been filed
. ar< hen bj n
^ tu w 'p) ol y v'
itl i ne>. Mi IXT \-
ind HI* tin
I.....i thi
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rcult Court
Bj p coPELAND
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12 :'i-::i I T-n
BY KENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
"I'm joining, Rabbi, 'ccuse I only want to date
Jewish boys, observe the Jewish customs end
learn the Talmud."
Cior 196S. Ojyen-j Piodcc'ions
NOTICE UNDfcK
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai the
j undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nami "t
III' 8, '.'I AI.1TY FRAMBH it IM4
N.K. I.'.IM St.. No, Miami, Pla. In- [
tend! i" register said name with the
< ierk < the I'iivun Court ..( Bade
Count). Florida,
r.lSCAYNK DMITRI BL'TOR j
SKRVH'KS. INC.
Mill .Mi mi, U
AiiHiii'f foi Applicant
l/14-L'l -.'- I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69432- B
IN RE: Estate (
BENJAMIN BALKOFF,
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Clalmg or Demands Against bald
ICetatr
Y,n ar hereby notified and reirulred
to i y< i.i an) claims and demands
which v,.ii ii,;r. have against thi es-
tate uf BENJAMIN SALKuFF Uc-
ceaagd late of Dade County, Horltla,
I ( Juilgi of I lade 1' mnt).
mill lilt- the same in duplicate an
'i 1 >. 1, ..11
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS.
olicits your legal none**.
W* appreciate yout
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
Mai tit 3-4695
for messenger eerrlce
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA 'N PROBATE
No. 69255 C
IN UK Kstati
Ti HIIAS LKHRKR
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
7;'..i 16, Flurlun T.. \\] -,. .; t -1 in 1 All l'i 1
statutes, in ili.ii ..ni..- ii. the t'oun- :, Cl.....- ul I' 11 y "-' s-" !
ty Courthouse In Bade County, Flori- i.-
t\ Ii bin -i\ c.ilennur monut t.om You ir hci-cb) noi led and reiiulri
'ii.. ; the flrsl public 11 1 ii. i.- ... I ,. ,, .,- nti: > imd '
uf, or the same ill be barred which % ma) liavi
I'.ii.-.l at Miami, Klorloa, this lith mt,. ,,f TtiBIAS I.KlllEKi: .....itsl
da) ol Januui y, A.I ..i i .. r
;i 11 il >\\ i.\ SAL.K" IFF nt) 1 i '.....
A- Executoi iii.' name in .1 ipl 1 nte and u
l-'ir-i publication 1 1 tin- nol on vided In Hection iSS.lK, Klorbln Sm -
I,, 1 ilit) ..f Jan 1966 -, in Hi,;, n tin
TAL.IANOPF & WAI. 1.1:1: I'liin-thiMiKi iii I'.ide Count), I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPL'CATION
FOR TAX DFCO
CHAPTER 20722
ACTS OF 1941
F.LE AA 22160
NOTICE is llKltl.HY UIVEN thai
: 1. '1'. nb< 1.:. holder ol Com
Tax Sali Certificate* numbered 6719
.11,1 69.'i 1-M1..I the 2SUi day o( Ma)
LEGAL NOTICc
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUN 1 1.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 68522 C
IN UK I'--' it
i.rsTKi: 1: AMSTER
Dei
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cr*ditoi and AH I'M s-i.- Ilnv-
H -lnii h .....II'!.' fiom Hi- I
h. 111.- 1 11 1 -ii lien of,
... in rill In h n 1 iat< .1 11 M anil, Kloi hlu, tli
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. U0542-A
THE Cm,"- T COURT OF THE
iLtvENTH j.OICIAL CIRCUIT
||S AND F0 DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA iN CHANCERY
C-13239 .Judge Gordon)
K -. IADKR
^TlCE FOR C-iANGE OF NAME
rfh-.... it N"a7 Concern:
( v ,i:i.\ 1 \i .|.u. n female ml-
..tli. 1 i.ini in \i
1 whim. i.i.' i- i'T:> ai-
1 ral Uabies, Florida,
id hi -i, (.. 1 Change ..f
1 1 ni. same to the
iv. fl< H3DOX, ''ii -
I immberi on i!i>*
A 11 p..;., .,t <; li
.."ii thereafter ne 1
I 11 for .in 1 ii.ii'i
V li...... fr..m Kathleen
1 iii.i:kn BADKK
,NK' name she ^t>:.il

;d M Florida ihis 15th
' I '.. ',!", .
KATH \ IIADU1R
11. r
SWANKO
m friend
.-'.'1 UlCIA


1
12 :'l-:;i 1 ;-u
I I CO_\Tv JUDGES COURT
I 10 FO^ OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA -, PROBATE
NO 69137
I
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NOTICE -3 CREDITORS
Ul Persons Hni
II igalnsl Said
"i ried and re
...in,., ,n.l ile-
ma) have agalnsl
. I BKK, .1...
inty, Ni w \.n, 1.
i.( Hade Counts
;' te .in.l a-
~ .. Florida
I th. i-'.n...
d. t'ounty. Florl-
lar .....nth. from
- imbllcation hi re-
barred.
''' M'"ii. Floilda, this 16th
' ".I" V.li 196.-,
. KADYK YBHK
1, *' }'" Executrix
I if .I.i- nolle ...,
I..,.,",,.
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12 :'i-::i 17-11
NO* c E OF
MAN'S SALE
I lV i.IYKN ha.
I "i Florida
H 1 VVn .
, Re. iv>,
I v VX LINES. IV.
Till.' Of |tS
I .- 1 .,,
I
......" hold I*,
Mr 1 \
I III -v ill,-.
-> !..- -I ,lan-

I llainl, Fli rlda,
1
'" X B8. INC.
I I I
A.l>. l'.'ii".. ha* filed same i my ..1- in- Claim* m B
1, ,-. anii has imdje application tor .. Estate;
:,s deed tu In Issued thereon. Said Vou ai
race 1 li" following de-
., 111,. .1 pi ..|.. rtj in the 'ountj of
I Mil.', si..;.- of Florida, to wit:
Lot 1 1 III01 k -. South I'errine, Plat
Booh 3d I'agv 66, m the County "f
Dude, State Florida, as embraced
in Cert If li ite No. 8719. The a
in. in of <.'.! proper!) under the said
certificates issued wag the name ol
.I.,nil.11 Mtgl ".
Thlii deed .ll he Issued Mibjeel to
outstanding County Ugh ting Liens
1^.1 .:". uiiH-k I, Randolphs Addn i"
Onulda, Klal I 'k >'. Page -'. In the
County .; I "ode, State of Florida, as
embraced In Certificate No. KftS, The
asseasmenl of i I propert) undei ii..'
said ruin i.ui Issued was in Uie
name >! Annlllelle Roux et al.
I'nlcsg nurd cvrtlflcates shall be re-
deemed .i. cording tu law. tli,' prop-
erty described herein will be Bold to
fhe burhest bidder .11 the Court House
door .:i lb- flrsl M>.inlay in the month
of 1 ebruary a D. IMS, which 1- Mm
7tli da ol i' i.i uarj A 1 > 1866,
l>ated tin> tih day .-:' January A D.
1966
It. i: I.i: VTHREMAN
1 "!: k i 'Ircult 1 "in 1.
Dado County, Florida
(seal) i-> P.* liii.nsTiuM)
Dep it) CltTM
I 7-U-21-.28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA IN PROBATE
No. 69330-C
IN 1:1: 1 tat.
SAMI El. M ROOT
Deo 1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 1 'red ai 'I All Persons Hav-
ing ClainiM or Demands Againal Said
1 :-.,-.
Vou notified and re-
quired I- ;. 11' .im clalnin and de-
mands Ahich ."ii ma) ba\e agalnsl
I,,. .1 \.\il 1:1. II HOST .If-
Against .-
li. reb) nol I led and r- -
quired to l'i eseli t ,< i.> 1 lail
in.mil- uiii.ii you ma) have at
Hi, estate ol LESTER E. AMSTER
.1., .-. .1 late of I '..I. "otint). I lorida,
i.. the Count) Judges >>f iHide 1' int)
and file the same In duplicate and ns
provided In Section '''<' 16, Florida.
.-i..i ites, 111 their offices in the Coun-
ty LViurthousi in 1 >a.i.' county, Flori-
da, within si\ calendar months from
the tinu ..f ili- first publication here-
of, Hi. same will lie barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thi- 1 ol ti
da) oi 1 Ictobei. AM. 196.",.
KATH It YN M ZWKUJ
Till ..MAS REACH
As 1".n>. utors
First pabilcaUon ..f this notice en
the Tih da> of January, 1966
Hi WARD I: HIRWII
A ttorni) for Execub
M"l Riscayni Boulevard 1 7-14-21-29
a 11--in..' f..i Executor
1 in -ii Road
Ml : 1 I:. h, Fl
I 1 I-:'-2S 1
da > of Jan., V.B
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT ^Zh'dX^nVm'n''
\ I ... .
hllcalloi
I lie 1 Itll ila) mi"
IN I'.l-.: l-.-Ial. "I i [A|{| .. j, 1 ,'. mix
Ml I.TUN l: MANNHEIMER, v ... .
I .. 2761 Coral \\n>, Miami. I IS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS ll-21-i
To All 1 r. il All IVrsoi Hu -
1,.- or Demands Against Said in THE COUNT Y JUDGES COU RT
IN AND FOP. DADF COUNTY.
1 Ilereh) notified una : FLORI DA .N PROBATE
Iii in -! 11 ..... in.I de- No. 58U = J. A
mauds iviii. h v.-ii ma) have against \ (-, -, .,,
'..... MILTON II M.i.W- MiRA'HAM'il BELAIEK. ii k.a
HKDilKR il. as. '-. I-.....la, to ih. Count) Judges of i',., -\J. .1
ii...1.- County, and file the -.. n notice of intention to make
duplicate and as provided in Sci application FOR distribution
Florida Statutes, in thi AND FINAL DISCHARGE
- 111 tli. Count}' Courthous, In NUTICE b hereb; given that 1 have
Hade County, Florida, within -i\ al- ;, ,, m) Kln.il Itepori and Pel
-nil.il- months from the 1 me of the |iiMtrlliution and Final Blsch
flrsl publication hereof, or the same Executor ..i the estate of ABRAHAM
will b< 1 ..!: .1 M ItElJVlEF, .. 1. a ABlt >M U
Dated at Miami, Florida, till 1st i.unr. deco.i ... and that "ii tli< 15th
la) ol .1.uiiiarv. Al>. 1966 dn> "i February, 1.....1, will appl) ;
SYBIL a- i:.\. .-iitrix County. Florida, f"i approval ol ..
First publication ..f this notice on Final Report and for illstributipn ami
ih.- 7th llu) ..f .1:111..Ill' ""ii
K( IVNKR, MANNHEIMER &
(3REENF1EU)
Att..in. > for Exec itrix
100 I luponl Plasa C.-ntrr
1 7-1 l-'.'l-:'-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 68639-C
IN RE Estal.....
KKMA VIOI.A FRAZIER, a k :i
ERMA VIOLA COX
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims !' Demands Agalnsl s.ii.l
Entitle:
You iir-' hereb) notlfleil and re-
'I'.iii.d tu present all) .-.aims ami de-
mands which you may have agalnsl
Hi.. .-i..r. .a ERMA VIOLA FRA
BIER, a k a ERMA VI' 'LA C< 'X. .1
..i-. t.. the Count) .iiuli;. s of Da ty, amI file the same In iplicate and------
.is provided la Section 7 16, Florida
Stal ii--. In tin r offices In the ''oun-
t) Courthouse in I 'aili 1 ml I'l. rl
ila. within -;\ a' ii.Iar months l'i'..in
Hi.' 11 me ..i Hi. 11 si j.ui.ii. ation here-
Ih. -.111 w ill In I..... .1
uted ut Miami Florida this I9lh
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to e gag<
in business iiinl.r the fictitious name
..f MICKEY s BAH al -'- Malaga
1 ... .-. pia. Intends to n
-aid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court ..1" Dade County. Flurldu.
.HI IA l'i PALO,
Soli nvner
KASSLRR AND MASSKV
1 7-11-21-28
Had- Count) Florida, ''.....f iSTKVKj ,\ ,1,.-x,|:."|i."; ,N ,.
I., |hi Co lu "i Ihid. Co ,' '' \NI ', )'yj'"'''
.....1, e in dupiua, ;.- v.,"'' ;, ,
, 1 rs publication .1 his notice 01.
. -m.IhV^vx,;;,',:""
nl 1,1.1. 1 '" nil'.
Florida, within .-i\ calendar months
ol the lit t publli itloll
It, 1. of, .. 1 he -a in. w III lie I*a i.i
1 'ai.-.i .1 m.am Florida, this 241 h
.la. ol I'. cember, A.I >. 191
i.n.liY ROHT
Ji:\VKL RtiST PALEY
a- 1 :>. uti li -
First publication of this notice on
Ih) ;: -1 da> I >ec 196."
MYERS, IIKIM \\ .V KAPLAN
Attorne) s f< K\.. m i<
II .0 6.W. 1st St., -Miami. Kill.
12 II 1 7-1I-J1
A11..1 in fm idniluisti.111 in
Hi; Lincoln lload, M I'... Flu.
________________________17-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69329-B
IN RK Estate of
.11 XNIK DIAMOND
I'eci a-. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'.. All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing l'i.,1:1- .a I ..11,amis Attain? .- .

I ercb) notified and re- smji ui H Smith, of
.! i, |.i. -. in ,u > claims and de-
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JKNNIE DIAMOND 1I1
late ol i-.i.i. County, Fl.....lu,
i.i tin Count) Judges "l Bade Count)
nut 1 h the same in dupllcati
final dlschsrge a- Kxin-utor ..1 the
tate ol the above-named .1.. ...l.iit.
This l.'th da) of .1.11111.">. n
RKRTRAM L llUTHKi H F
11 LRRY /.I KERNICK, attorn, >
I." Lincoln Ron 1
Miami Beach, Florida
1 1 !-:'! -SSI 2 I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 67231-B
IN RK Es at< ol
SYL\ IA K. BAR' >N
Hn'i used
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
N'oTICK : ini i... p v .11 thai I have
Fli Recoil ami 1' rltlon
Ilistributlon mi h
Adiiiinlsiral 11.\ 1' I" A "f thi estati 1
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to Ihe li
Judges of I ade
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the e-tal of the ubi 'I. -
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FANNIE S( "HWARTZ
SMITH a MANI 'I.I'.l: 1 rneys
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NOTICE is HEREBY LJ1VEN that pn ded In Section 733.16, Floiidn
th,. undersigned, dealt Ing to engagi In Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
business under the fictitious nami "i t) Courthouse In Daile County, Flor-
171 1 l.ll IK ITEL ai 120 Euclid \i
mi.'. Miami Beach int. nils to register
.-..i.i name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit 'nil 1.1 ii'a.l.' County, Florida
SIM' N E. M.ts.m" .
RERTHA .M. ALTSCHULJJ
AARON M. KANN 1:1;
At i'.l 11. \ for Applicants
Suite imt. 25 \\ Flagler Street
Miami, Florida
12 24-31 I 7-M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69172-A
1\ RK -: I
Ji IMKPH I'l CARLO
ida. 11 hiii -is i- ilend ir |
11.an in. IImi ..f the flrsl publlca- NOTICE TO CREDITORS
tlon hereof, or the same will be baneil To All Creditors and vn Pei-soiu Hnv-
1...1..1 al Miami. Florida, this 6th Ing Claims r Demands \ 11 nsl Said
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN thai
th,. undersigned, desiring 10 engagi In
1...... umlei the fictitious name ol
JAMES MANOR A I'AII'I'MKNTS Rl
im.i James \venue, .Miami Beach,
Floriils iitend to register -l mum n-,. undersigned, de*
., 1 !. iiu- rl. k of the 'iivii.t Coui I
a 1'..,1. 1 Florida-
Ill :\ VMIN '' vi'l'V
MI 1.1'KEN CYPEN
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Suite 904 1 M Flagli 1
Miami
12'24 I 1/7-14
da 1 of Januar). v '' I96<
,ii .siri-ii F" 'I:man
As Executoi
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NUTICE IS HEREBY OH EN thai

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SMITH A MAM il IK
th
101 Llm "in R iad, .Miami
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
ngagi in
- under 1 he fli III uus name ..1
IIKI.l.K BEACH APARTMENT II"
TEL al 1941 I..I" 1 Avenue, Ml.....1
I:,.., h, Florida Intend i" r<
s.u.I name u Ith the Clerk of thi
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CHARLES R< 'SENH VRTEN
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HEN IA.MIN CYPEN
MIIJ>RED CYPEN
A All. .\ M KANNER
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Flrsl publication of this notice on ivhlcli \.....iuu have aga nsl ih.
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CLAl'DE li EICHEL "i I'a.l. I Florida, i" the
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-- Blilg Miami Put S3IS! file tin me In duplicate ami as pro-
1 7-1 1-21-28 1 lle il Still
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57210-C
\ 1:1: Estate of
BKN.I AM N Ml l.l.i:i:
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICAT.ON FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
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NOTICE UNDER
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house in 1 >uile '"iintv. Florida,
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