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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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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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(Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Uime 39 Number 3
Miami. Florida, Friday, January 21. 1966
Two Sections Price 2".-
Israel Presents New and Wider Coalition Gov't,
JERUSALEM (JTA) Prc-
mier Levi Eshkol's new broader
oalition Government was sworn
n (his week after it was approved
tiy Parliament by a vote of 71 to
-1 The new coalition commands
-;. (if the 120 Knesset seats.
The coalition is made up of the
! rentier's Mapam-Achdut Avoda
Alignment, with 45 seats, the Na-
tional Religious party. 11 seats;
l the leftist Mapam. eight seats, the
Independent Liberals, five the
1 Mapai affilatcd Arab parties, four,
and Poale Agudat Israel, two. The
latter party joined the coalition at
the last minute.
Alignment concessions in-
cluded an agreement with the
rel'.-jious party for a national
ban on Sabbath work, covering
owners of plants and workers in
industries on collectives. Achdut
and Mapam were given freedom
to act independently of the usual
majority Cabinet rule on issues
involving West Germany. Ma-
pam was given freedom to vote
independently on nuclear arms
issues.
The new coalition is one of the
few in Israel's Parliamentary his-
tory without Mrs. Golda Meir as
Foreign Minister. She will remain
a member of Knesset and chair-
man of the Alignment execu"
Dr. Dov Joseph stepped out as -
tice Minister in a squabble ch
ing Premier Eshkol with bad 1 i
Akiva Govrin stepped out as Tour-
Ism Minister. The Interior and
Health portfolios, previously held
Continued on Page 4-A
BOURGUIBA'S PRIVATE STORM
Eshkol Envisions
Drop in Militant
Arab Campaigns
Synagogue Body Hits
LBJ on Viet Nam War
JERUSALEM (JTA) Pre-
er Levi Eshkol expressed satis-
faction this week over the fact
that the Arab leaders were com-
round to the view that war
as Benseless and were recogniz-
. the need for peaceful coexist-
i with Israel.
In presenting his new Cabinet
Parliament, the Premier cited
(ifieally the public stand of
President Hablb Bourguiba of Tu-
nisia, who touched off a storm in
the Arab world last year by declar-
ing in statements and interviews
that the Arab dream of destroying
Israel was senseless, and urging
Arab leaders to consider peace
talks with Israel The Premier
said he believed Bourguiba's State
Continued on Page 10-A
Dayan, in Miami, Sees
Vicious Arms Circle
"No matter which Arab nations
tic United States supplies arms to
Aithin the framework of its total-
ly new Middle East policy, those
arms in due course will reach the
(hers "
That was the warning Monday
night of Gen. Moshe Dayan, for-
r i hief of staff of Israel's armed
forces as he addressed some 250
persons at a Fontainebleau Hotel
meeting sponsored by Rassco Is
ael Corp.
Dayan, former Israel Minister
of Agriculture, and a leading
supporter of former Premier
David Ben-Gurion, called the re-
cently-announced American de-
cision to supply tanks to Jordan
and Saudi Arabia "a total de-
parture from previous United
States foreign policy."
He also acknowledges that
France, "even though she is as
friendly to Israel as ever." now
is supplying plans and tanks to
Arab countries. "We cannot blame
France. Her Arab problem has
ended with the end of French
Continued on Page 2-A
NEW YORK (JTA) In an
unprecedented step, the rabbinic
and lay leaders of Conservative.
Orthodox and Reform Judaism in
the IS joined Sunday night in a
plea to President Johnson to re-
sist pressures for escalating the
war in Viet Nam if the Administra-
tion's current peace offensive
should fail.
The action came in a policy
statement issued by the Synagogw
Council of America, coordinating
agency for six congregational and
rabbinical bodies representing
over 3.500.000 American Jews.
The appeal to President Johnson
marked the first time that the en-
tire Jewish religious community
has taken a position on an inter-
' national issue going beyond imme-
diate Jewish concern.
Rabbi Seymour J. Cohen, of
Chicago, president of the Coun-
cil, announced that the Synago-
gue Council would convene a
"Conference on Judaism and
World Peace" in New York on
Feb. 22. He said the meeting
would bring together 'eprescnta-
tive spokesmen of the Jewish
religious community for a dis-
cussion of "the relevance of
Jewish religious tradition to the
major problem of our age, world
peace."
In addition to Rabbi Cohen, the
policy statement of the Synagogue
Council "as signed by Rabbi Ja-
cob J. Weinstein, president. Cen-
tral Conference of American Rab-
bis; Rabbi Max J. Routtenberg,
president, Rabbinical Assembly.
Rabbi Israel Miller, president.
Rabbinical Council of America;
Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath.
president. Union of American Heb-
rew Congregations; Moses J. Feu-
erstein. president, Union of Ortho-
dox Jewish Congregations of
| America; Henry N. Rapaport.
1 president, United Synagogue of
' America.
Continued on Page 8-A
Ship Not Threatened,
State Dep't. Declares
Arthur Courshon
David fleeman
Leonard Rosen
WASHINGTON- (JTA' Deny-
ing reports that the American
President Lines was subjected to
Suez Canal blockade threats, a
high State Department official
said this week that "we have been
assured by the company that at
no time did the Egyptian authori-
ties threaten to close the Suez
Canal ;i> an American President
Lines ship if it included Haifa in
its il inei arj
D tglas MacArthur, 2nd. As-
sistant Secretary oi state for Con
. ri ii nal Relations, made the
comments in a letter t>> Senators
Jacob K JavitS, New York Repub-
lican. .Hid Harrison Williams. New
.ici -. y Democrat.
The two Senators co-spon-
sored an anti-boycott amend-
ment to the Export Control Act
calling on the Executive Depart-
ment to rally American com-
panies in resistance against the
Arab boycott.
They wrote the State Depart
ment recently to ask a report on
action taken in connection with
the deletion of Haifa from a cruise
Itinerary of the S.S President
Roosevelt because of Arab boycott
pressures.
MacArthur replied: "An earlier
statement by an American Pi
dent i.mcs spokesman to the ef-
fect thai such a thi".it was re
ceived was based upon a misinter
pretation ol correspondence re-
ceived from the American Pres
dent Lines' agent in Alexandria
The official said "the Department
o Male Is endeavoring to ascer-
tain all the facts and to be of as-
sistance to the American President
Lines.'
John Serbin has been nams:
Jewish recipient of the Silver
Medallion Brotherhood Award
to be presented at the 14:h
annual Brotherhood Dinner
of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews on Feb.
21 at the Fontainebleau Hot?:.
The Florida NCCJ functior.
will inaugurate Nation::.
Brotherhood Week in the U.S.
E3AN TAKES OVER
CJA Initial Gifts Dinner Sunday Eve
Golda Meir
Eyes Career
High Points
\\ \\ (JTA '
r< tired Foreign Min-
, k ol hei ye rs
in the lea lei of 1 a Govi
ment affairs, and identified
events as the highlights of
career, (me was her being am
the signatories to Israel's Declara-
tion of Independence in 1!>48 The
other was her appointment as Is
rael's first Ambassador to 'he
Soviet Union. She reviewed her
career at a luncheon tendered in
her honor bv a committee of I--
More than 400 persons compris- The record turnout will be the
Ing the top campaign leadership largest attendance for an Initial
Of the 19C6 Combined Jewish Ap- I Gifts Division runner in the pa*t
eal, are expected to attend the : sjx years, according to co-chair-
annual compaign kickoff banquet ,,,; i^ohard Rosen. David B.
! the CPA's Initial Gift Division Fleeman and Arthur Courshon.
Sundav evening at the Fontaine '
bleau Hotel. "The Initial Gifts dinner is at-
tended by the elite of the camp-
aign," the three co chairmen
said. "It is anticipated that the
1966 Combined Jewish Appeal
will raise approximately $500,-
000 and accomplish one-third of
the total goal," Jay I. Kislak,
CJA campaign chairman, said.
This year's campaign goal is $1,- raeli editors here.
56ti.6(>6 for more than 50 agencies
locally, nationally and overseas.
"Standing at the crossroads il
my life." she told the assembled
Featured speaker at the dinner editors. 1 sec that I have always
dance will be dershon Avner. Is- tried to abide by certain princi-
pal's Ambassador to Canada. Be- pies. I see that nothing was owed
Continued on Page 9-A
Continued on Page 5-A
_...


Page 2-A
*Jenist fhrkttan
Friday. January 2]
iH MIAMI APPEARANCE
Dayan Sees
Arms Raee
Continued from Page 1-A
North Africa. And Israel wants all
nations to live in peace with one
another."
Dayan assorted "there is little
ing arms to the Arabs.''
But the man who led Israel to its
100 hour victory over Egypt in the
3956 Sinai campaign was not pes-
sin.istie about future peace hopes.'
"The lesson of Sinai has lasted
Ion;:. The reason the Arab states
did not attack us over the diver-
sion of the Jordan waters was that
they knew they could not defeat
Israel."
He said the presence of the
United Nations Emergency
Force in Gaza and safeguarding
free passage in the Gulf of
Aqaba area also mitigated
against a "third round" between
Israel and the Arabs.
Even if the Arabs finally Rain
military superiority, or even think
they have it. the passage of time
was seen by Dayan as the best
hope for peace.
"New generations are reaching
maturity in the Arab states who
have lived 18 years with the real-
ity of Israel. The new leaders will
no: have the personal desire for
revenging their losses in our 1948
War of Independence." Gen. Da-
yan stated.
And, surprisingly, Dayan, still
a member of the Knesset who
remains heir-apparent to Ben-
Gen Moshe Dayan addresses Rassco meeting at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
Gurion's strong personal follow-
ing, singled out United Arab Re-
public Dictator Nasser as the
man who is keeping the Arabs
from starting a new war against
Israel.
"He has been in power for 14
years Nasser cannot afford an
other defeat."
Michael Sossin chaired the meet-
ing. Harry Sanders. Florida di-
rector of Kassco. and Louis Kud
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| unfortunates that are left here and
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GIVE TO THE
COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL
MAYSHIE FRIEDBERC
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"Story Without an Ending." a
review of the Women's League for
Israel, was given belore the
'League's Florida Chapter by Mrs.
Edward Von Eragstein on Wed-
nesday. 12:30 p.m. Meeting was
held at the home of Mrs. Sam-
uel Goldstein, 7630 Juniper St. Mrs.
Michael Latican is chapter presi-
dent.
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Friday, Jcnuary 21. 1966
1
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Paqe 3-A
Justice Fortas
At ORT Confab
By Special Report
NEW YORK U.S. Supreme
Court justice Abe Fortas will deli-
ver the main address at the din-
ner session of the 44th annual na-
tional conference of the American
ORT Federation next Sunday, it
was anno.inced here by Pr. Wil-
liam Haber, president of the or-
ganization.
The most recent appointee to
the Supreme Court. Justice Fortas
look hi> seat on Oct. 4 last year.
More than 500 delegates reprc
Benting 90.000 ORT members
throughout the country are expect-
ed to attend the function at the
Hotel ('(. modore ORT. the Or-
ganization for Rehabilitation
through Training, is the Jewish
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lining and economic aid. It
at< ore than ooo technical
ication projects in 21 countries.
Joining Justice Fortas at the
m conference dinner will be R;.bbi
~ Herbert A Friedman, executive
nee chairman of the I'nited Jew-
ish Appeal, and Max A. Brando,
n ho will In honored for ten years
oi servici as director general of
international ORT programs.
Dr. Meyei Cohen, director of
the Bureau of Operations of the
I niter Nations Development
Fund, will speak at a meeting of
thi- organization's Roard ol Di-
rcctors scheduled for earlier in the
day
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Volume 39 Number 3
Friday. January 21. 1966
29 Teveth 5726
Hussein Knows Where
His Best Interests Lie
:'.:r\q Hussein of Jordan has
banned recruitment in his country
intc the Palestine Liberation Organi-
zation, a fictional body created by
Ahmad Shukairy. and presumably
representing an equally fictional Uni-
fiec Arab Command.
Hussein is calling Shukairy's re-
cruiiment movement "treasonable."
Les: one should get the wrong idea
about any change of attitude he may
be entertainitg with respect to Israel,
the Jordan monarch is also explain-
ing his ban by sayinq that the Pale-
stine Liberation Organization "plays
into the hands of Zionism."
The truth, however, lies some-
where in between. While, to quote
King Hussein, the Shukairy group
can hardly "destroy Arab solidari-
ty, unless one regards it as a chal-
lenge to the monolithic image of
Egypt's Nasser, it does, indeed,
again to quote Hussein, "disrupt the
stability of Jordan."
For fact is, as everyone in the Mid-
dle East has long been aware, that
without Israel, Jordan would lonq ago have
gone by the wayside as a victim of the United
Arab Republic, presumably via Syria.
King Hussein may therefore talk all he
wants about Zionism, but it is Zionism in the
form of a strong Israel that keeps the integrity
of Jordan unchallenged. Why should he care
to support Shukairy's ambitions which, under
the best circumstances, can only spell his
doom?
ly, as Deputy Prime Minister, should make him
a worthy successor to the post Mrs. Meir has
been forced to vacate.
Doing Our Fair Share
Our community will be pressing forward
its 1966 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign
with CJA's Initial Gifts dinner Sunday night at
the Fontainebleu Hotel.
Israel Ambassador to Canada Gershon Av-
ner will be guest speaker. (See Page 1-A and
related stories, Sec. B).
The Initial Gifts function is expected to raise
approximately one-third of CJA's goal this year
of SI,566,666. Those attending the dinner Sun-
day are among the big givers in Greater Miami
Jewry's annual drive for important causes lo-
cally, nationally, abroad, and in Israel.
They will hear a significant message from
Ambassador Avner bearing on their need to
give even beyond their expectation.
But this far from means that Miamians not in
the Initial Gifts category can sit back and ex-
pect this division to meet the lion's share of our
total responsibility.
Now we are in the midst of a priority cam-
paign. Each and every member of the Jewish
community must come forward and be counted
if the 19G6 Combined Jewish Appeal goal is
to be met. The Initial Gifts Division will give
the impetus to a high-gear drive, but all of us
should be prepared to do our fair share.
An Experienced Successor
Deputy Prime Minister Abba Eban will take
up the duties of Mrs. Meir's vacated post. Mr.
Eban excited both the United States and mem-
bers of the United Nations during his decade of
service here as Israel's Ambassador to the
U.S. and U.N.
The poetry of his language, the brilliance of
his debate, the subtlety of his wit these and
many more of his varied capabilities spoke
most eloquently for his country at a time when
a newly-emerging nation needed capable
spokesmen far more than some do today.
Mr. Eban's later experience at home as min-
ister of Education and Culture and, subsequent-
JWV's Patriotic Rally
The outpouring of religious, civic, political
and communal leaders here last week at a
Viet Nam rally sponsored by the Jewish War
Veterans is an indication of the patriotic feel-
ings of so many Americans in the cause of the
U.S. effort in Southeast Asia.
More than 700 persons attended the JWV
event, which featured an address by the or-
ganization's national commander, Milton Wal-
dor, who had just recently returned from an
on-the-spot survey of American military action
in Viet Nam.
Those who attended benefited from his ob-
servations and were strengthened in their be-
lief that there must be no misunderstanding c:
U.S. intentions, either in Southeast Asia or our
own country, if our effort is to succeed.
Principally, Commander Waldor is to be
lauded for the firm statement he made in be-
half of the need for total support of America's
current peace offensive for the exploration o:
every avenue toward the cessation of war.
The Jewish War Veterans performed a note-
worthy service in their sponsorship of this pa-
triotic rally.
during the week
THE STATEMENT bf Bel
Icranl n.r.tiinl l*Hnr RshK *
.. as
by LEO
i see i(
MINDLIN
Rockwell and His Taxes
The American Jewish Committee's reecho:-.
to the Internal Revenue Service in the matter o:
seizure of properties for unpaid federal taxes
was a noteworthy one, particularly as it re-
lated to George Lincoln Rockwell, leader of the
American Nazi Party.
AJCommittee officials argued correctly that
the tederui government in effect became an
agent for the distribution of unAmerican propa-
ganda when it made no distinction between the
kind of property it ordinarily seizes in such
cases and what came into its hands in Rock-
well's office at Alexandria, Va.
Perhaps the law is the law, which must re-
main uncompromised by specific requirements;
nevertheless, what the government pounced
upon is nothing more nor less than hate ma-
terial that strikes at the heart of American dem-
ocratic belief.
Mr. Pockwell couldn't find a better age
the dissemination of his office inventory
the Internal Revenue Service. What Fine! im-
Imatur" would be available anywhere?
Israel spiritual leader Rabb.
Berel Wein in the Miami.He
aid of Jan. 7 .can foe. dispute.:
only with great danger to be
iiv! exposed to massively sell
righteous counter-attack. |-
uould be like arguing U
sanctity of motherhood. Wh
could dare'' On the other hand
j this does not negate both id.
validity and value of the gome
what less than angelic view of motherhood that the psychologic
philosophers have uncovered What is needed here is a more adjusted
approach to the problema less partisan and angry one. In his acros-
the-board criticism of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation for its
failure to support the Jewish educative process as he sects it. Rabb
Wein has not really advanced the cause he seems to espouse.
Quite the c()iU':u^^W>Qj*lfc.tt.'Sianaiithieitsr .a*jrrssiv h liberately refusing to shov sympathetic understanding for the we
nesses he detailed in his remarks. Rabbi Wein may feel that he ha-
struck,,,-*, ov\i|ive blow in the direction of anieliopatifr<*hese weak
nesses. But what he has really done is merely to rise in his own sel
esteem He has publicly proven thai he is all for motherhood. By su.
gesting no alternatives, he has in the process managed to offend ti
sensibilities oi others who maj entertain some questions about it.
In this regard, 1 am reminded of the Sam Blank Lectureship d<
livered here recently bj Prof. Eli Ginsberg, of Columbia Uhiversil
where Prof. Ginzberg also pleaded the cause of Jewish educal
while questioning the worth of Jewish hospitals, defense agencies, bi
even, perhaps. Jewish federations, themselves. Fact is that Prof Gil
berg's observations were entirely academic In the first place, he n
peatedly reminded his audience that he was a school teacher, and kep
cautioning Ins listeners with respect to what he intended savin
possibly proving
THE ISOLATION OF THE ACADEMICIAN
ia/HAT THIS REALLY meant was that Prof Ginzberg, from the oi
set, dissociated himself from his conclusions. The conclusions. I.
wanted us to believe, were necessary and self evident propositioi -
ineluctably deriving out oi the sociological and philosophical principle
he had formulated. As a consequence, he could not be held respoi
sible for them.
The entire fakery here i thai Prof. Ginzberg proved only on
thai both sociology and philosophy are toys to amuse his whin
In effect, he demonstrated that he has no real mil-relationship t
either Those of us involved in this kind of "logic" know that we ca:
demonstrate as Q.E.D anything we want. There is nothing at al
ineluctable about intellectual conclusions.
As in the case oi Rabbi Wein, I must of course agree with Pror
Ginzberg that there is much wrong in our attitude toward and im
plementation of the Jewish educative process in America. We should
also accept a> a valid and unhappy description of it our flam buy an:
inclination to be more concerned about Jewish hospitals, aged homes,
and the battle against discrimination than we are about the pursuit
ol Jewish culture and tradition.
Prof. Ginzberg tried, at least for one solitary and final moment
in his lecture, to leave the stuffiness of his classroom when he leveled
a blast of criticism against the American Jewish community's lead
ership an effort that failed because he apparently grell sud lenl>
war) and concerned about its implications But Rabbi Wein can have no
SUCh luxurious choice. As a spiritual leader. Rabbi Wein may be ai
academician, but he must also point the way from his puipit. What he
did in the Herald on Jan. 7 was hardly that
THE QUESTION OF IMPLEMENTATION
|T IS EASY to downgrade Jewish hospitals. Nevertheless, they are
a highly complex emotional symbol of the Jewish philanthropic tra
dition. like homes for the aged and other such institutions, they are
a macrocosmic expression Of long-standing Jewish ties with the gen
eral concept of "Uedakah." Both Prof. Ginzberg in his lecture here and
Rabbi Wein in his Herald interview suggested that these expression-
are beginning to suffer from an unwieldy kind of gigantism.
This. too. is true II reflects more than our affluence: it indicate-
our accent on what, as a consequence of this affluence, no longei
needs accenting Indeed. Rabbi Wein put it perfectly when he declarer
that "the survival of the religious and cultural heritage of Judaism
depends on Jewish schools ." But one wrong does not justify anoth
M Because, as the Beth Israel spiritual leader observed, "the Federa
lion gives only $80.3:57 to the Bureau of Jewish Education while allo.
eating $150,000 to Mt. Sinai Hospital." it hardlv follows that we should
therefore cut down on the hospital allocation as a means of beefin.
up the Bureau's.
The implications here arc invalid from many points of view S
ically, how do you satisfy the Jewish philanthropic needs of thos.
a ..is born to insensitivltj to Jewish tradition in a cultural and ed
rational way and willing to express these needs onlv in the more flam
ooyanl hospital or home for the aged way? Do vou merely ridicul.
tnem. tell them thej are wrong, attack them for their obtuSness, ai
Mtnand that then- assistance immediately shape itself into -other di
rections?
SURVIVAL IN THE JEWISH CLASSROOM
If you are anxious to demonstrate v
ii

..our own wisdom and insights
ms is precisely what vou do. If ii is inequities that vou want to ad-
ust, profound sociological changes you want to put into effect, this
is precisely what vou avoid.
hi wEFiH* lhaLy0U achiev6 tne shift in emphasis suggested by Rab-
b U en. do vou ,he leave l| u, the Bureau of Jewish Education as
P.escto constituted to disperse the enhanced fund of monies" Who
Bto determine the course of action to be taken by the Bureau with re
V.n ',,'?l'r,,a'U UU,''e >,owerful Pressures than before -, pressure*
peitwining to allocation?
ceminf wh?!'* ?22i "*' Wein c,earl-v be,,aved his prejudice con
SSita* U;,sl;,ssurt' <> rviv.| of Judaism with iufreference
I ebrew H,,, ', ""? schoo,s such as heater ***mi
-checluc.i s and a SCCnd ""to"**"- reference to the Solomon
doe -, l 3S ",eanS f "Prving" his "impartiality." how
cou ideri He "h SV"a80eue *os and Sunday schools? And.
^ lc eh VVu t1'' ne fit (-'*'rvative and Reform Schools
S (%aTinShL^edt^r1,With rthodox ~f*attona'
It is th.-',, learn '" anv or a" of the schools?)
doubt 0 'lti;'n~ Reference to such questions that creates
But the mbet Ip,.....**J&ite^g
Continued on Page 6-A


I
Friday. January 21. 1966
+Jewisti fhi hn
Page 5-A
Golda Reviews Long Career
Continued from Page 1-A
1o me for my being a servant of
ihc people. 1"ne concept that soc-
iety has obligations to a public ser-
vant whether to the position or
to the title has been entirely (
alien to me. I have also noted that
some people attach too much im-
portance to their own deeds."
Referring to her Ambassador-
ship to Moscow, which she call-
ed "a great privilege," Mrs.
Meir noted the "great impact"
on Soviet Jewry caused by her
arrival in the Soviet capital as
Israel's first envoy. "That im-
pact," she said, "was not due to
the fact that my name was
New Center In Hallondale
Hallandale Jewish Center, re-
cently organized in South Broward.
announced temporary offices this
week.
The Center meets at 410 E
Reach Blvd.. Hallandale. and is un-
der the spiritual leadership of Rev. i
3'aul Deutsch.
Officers are Rev. Deutsch, presi-
dent; Charles Feit. vice president;
Mrs. Rose Wiland. recording sec-
retary; Mrs. Helen Armus. finan
cial secretary; and Mrs. Carrie
Goldstein, treasurer.
Rev. Deutsch is a native Israeli
His father served as rabbi in
Brighton Beach. Brooklyn. NY.
He has studied in yeshivos in
Safed. Israel, as well as Hungary.
Golda. They probably never
heard of me before. I, as Israel's
first representative to their
country, had been the privileged
instrument. It could have been
anyone even a broomstick."
Mrs. Meir remains a member
, of the Knesset. Her post as For-
< eign Minister has now been taken
over by Abba Eban. formerly the
Israel Ambassador to the United
States and the United Natioiis, lat-
er Minister of Education, finally
the Deputy Prime Minister. Mr.
Eban announced that, next month,
he will pay a 12-day visit to the
United Stales and to Europe.
In the U.S.A., Mr. Eban will lec-
ture at the University of Pennsyl-
vania, in Philadelphia, and will
i receive an honorary doctorate
from Temple University, also in
Philadelphia. He will appear be-
fore several functions to be con- tour, he will confer with a nun ter
ducted by Jewish organizations, of foreign ministers and other
and will visit the United Nations \ statesmen in both the I'.S.A and
, headquarters in New York. On his | Europe.
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Friday. January 21. 1965
I
ORT Federation Slates Speaker
Greater Miami MerTs Chapter
of American ORT Federation was
to hold its nexl regular meeting
Thursday. Jan. 20, 8 p.m.. in the
Recreation Room of the North
Buildrhfi of Morton Tnwrs.
Judge Meyer L. Cherkas
merly of Chicago, author ami
Hirer, was to discuss "You're
1,1 Than You Think.'

Officers of Young Judaea participated in
late Friday evening services at Temple Ner
Tamid. Left to right are Mrs. Louis Cohen, ed-
ucation chairman; Jerry Chasen, treasurer;
Alan Tralins; Richard Belitsky, president;
Wayne Prichason, vice president, program-
ming; and Bruce Richman, education director.
Other officers of the club are Alan Felsot vice
president; and Debbie Cohen and Linda Klein,
secretaries.
New and Wider Coalition for Israel
Continued from Page 1 A
1 > Mo-he Shapiro, were split into
linistries.
The new Cabinet follow-:
Mr. Eshkol continued .1- both
] remier and Defense Minister.
Abba Eban. former Deputj
iier, was named Foreign Min-
ister.
I'inhas Sapir of Mapai eon
as Finance Minister.
Zalman Aranne of Mapai was
renamed Education Minister.
Behor Shitreel "t Mapai con-
tinued as Police Minister.
Haim Zadek of Mapai con-
tinued as Trade and Industry Min-
ister.
Klialui Sasson Ol Mapai "as
renamed Posts Ministers.
Haim Glvati of Mapai was con
tinned as Agriculture Minister.
Israel Galilee ol Achdul Avoda
was named Minister Without Port-
folio,
Yial Allon of Aehdut Avoda
THE WEEK... IIS I SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
was renamed Labor Minister.
Mushe Carmel oi Achdul
Avoda was renamed Transport
Minister.
Moshe Shapiro ol the National
Religious Party was renamed In-
terior Minister.
Israel liar/ dai of Mapam wai
named Health Minister.
Dr Vosel Burg Of the Na-
tional Religious party was re-
named Welfare Minister.
Dr. Zerah Warhaftig of the
National Religious party was re-
named Religious Allans Minister.
Mordeeai Hentov of Mapam
was named Housing Minister.
Yaacov Shapiro. Israel's first
Attorney general, was named Jus-
tice Minister
Moshe Kol of the Independent
th;t what is wrong is how Combined Jewish Appeal funds are allo-
to beneficiary agencies, when the real problem is the amount CJA
- Admitting the need for adjustment in emphasis, we must ul- Liberals was named Minister of
Development and Tourism.
.. r ;...ii.. Deputy Ministers were named t>>
occasionally a matter of intellec-
tual capability.
timately attack the far more fun-
ental consideration that the
Greater Miami Jewish community
plj doc- nol raise enough;
that how much it raises compares
so unfavorably with other com-
munities across the nation that
we are close to the bottom of the
philanthropic ladder, if not in-
achieve a closer balance amonn
the coalition partners. Alignment
To use RsbWWein imbi pta. DeputJ Minj8tera named were Zvi
Dinstein, Defense; Aharon Yadlin,
Education, and Aharon Uzen, Agri-
culture. Israel lien Meir. of the
National Religious Party, was
named Deputy Interior Minister.
it lies not in cutting down on Mt
Sinai in order to give more to
the Bureau of Jewish Education
It lies in giving more to the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education with-
' T, Vu V out entirely balancing what is YI 1 si m th nd n ,lr t
deed a the bottom: that we have ,. ,,,.,...., .,..;. ...h.,. 'iuid.i bhaarl, ot the independent
, uivcn to me isuieau anainsi wnai u.,.-ic .. ,. rioeionntaH nr>iiti-
ne an ohiect ol derision and ..... ... c,_, Lioerais, was iu-uiuku '"h>
obje
even outright laughter, it not re
jection.
The solution then lies not in re-
ducing budgetary allocations to
some participating agencies, but
in increasing the overall pot It
lies in making leadership more
expensive. It lies in refusing lead-
ership to tho-e who try to buy it
too cheaply. It lies in broadening
the base of leadership, as Prof.
Gin/berg momentarily suggested,
so that leadership is not always a
question of money, but at least
is given to Mt. Sinai. Development Minister Kalman
There is no question that. .11 Kuh.tn.t ,,.,,,. v,(la Israd ,)e.
the abstract. Rabbi Wein was came D t EducaUon Minister,
correct about the need for great-
er assistance to Jewish education
as a matter of Jewish survival
We will, it is true, "live'" as a con-
sequence of what we learn in the
Jewish classroom, not as a conse-
quence of being cured in a Jewish
hospital. Rut all this is reiilly
meaningless to the point. Reck-
oned in terms of the realities of
communal experience, his solu-
tion was pure motherhood.
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vJewist noradHciin
4)ade Outstanding Citizens Award
Now Accepting Nominations from Groups
Page 7-A
Snnforrl M. Swerdlin, chairman
of the lPth annual Dad* County
Outstanding Citizens Award, this.
week announced that nominations
are open for a man and woman'
who have performed the most out-
standing single function for the
good and welfare of Dado County
in 196S.
Swerdlin noted that nominations
will be considered only from rec-
ognised civic, service or social
groups. "No nominations from in-
dividuals will be presented for con-
sideration to the judges," he
warned.
120 Students Are
Consecrated
Ova 120 beginning Hebrew
School students participated in
the annuul consecration ceremony
^luring late Friday evening serv-
9 >ii Beth Torah Congregation,
Joel (loltehrer. chairman. Hoard of
Education, has announced.
Rabbi Max A l.ipschitz. spiritu-
al leader, officiated and preached
(I. "Hebrew is More Important
Than you Think
Certificates were distributed
by Richard Sneider, president of
the coi in: Mrs Stanley
Slew Sisterhood president; Mis
Ben K rp Sisterhood education
vice pro ident: Julius Cordon.
Men s Club president, and Gotteh-
rei
Instru ors of first grade classes
are Mrs ;aek Diamond, Mrs. Mor-
ris Levin and Miss I liana Izhaek.
Under the direction of Miss
Carole MacKenzie. music director.
the students will sing "The Learn-
ing ol i :
Torah Donor
To be Honored
Joe Lewinter will be honored
Sunday for his donation of a Torah
to Temple Beth Tov.
Kiddush will be held at his
home. 11027 SW 16th St., at 1 30
I in. The Torah will be taken from
hi-, home in a car procession to
the Temple at 2 p.m.
The dedication ceremonies will
be conducted by Rabbi Ralph '/..
Glixman.
Annual sponsor of the award is
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Pat-
ron is Joseph M. Upton, president
ol Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Association.
"While the sustaining force
for the award has always been
Sholem LorVje," Swerdlin said,
"each year more and more or-
ganizations participate, making
it, we believe, the most coveted
civic citation in Dade County."
V formal nomination is r.ee
essary. Permanent judges are
George Beebe, managinga^tMtor
Miami Herald; Ralph Renick, vice
president In charge of news.
VVTVJ: and Fred K. Shockct. pub
hsher and editor. The Jewish Klor-
idian.
Nominations may be sent to
Outstanding Citizens Award. 1965.
742 Seybold Building, Miami. Flor-
ida. Deadline is Feb. 21.
Recipients of the award can not
be elected officials who receive
pay for the work done. Their con
tiibiition to the welfare of Dade
County must be as a consequence
of civic motivation for which no
compensation is received.
SANfORD SWtRDLIN
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At Young Israel
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Scout Troop of Young Israel of
Greater Miami was held recently
at the Temple.
Boys between the ages of 11 and
14 years were invited to attend
with their fathers. The meeting
was set for the main building at
990 NK 171st St, No Miami Reach.
Lewis Goodman is director of
youth activities. Harry l.erner,
president of the sponsoring insti-
tution, announced that the facili-
ties of the building would be open
eil to the boys ol the neu troop
Chairman of the Education
Committee, Milton Gottlieb, also
announced that the classrooms, li
brary and audio-visual aides of
the newly-completed school facili-
ty would be made available to en-
hance the program of the new
unit.
Districi t; Scout Executive Lyle
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Friday, January 21, 1966
Synagogue Council Hits Viet Policy
Continued from Pa,. 1-A be moved from the battlefield to torted and inaccurate statement
e Synagogue Council BUt*, J\JgSSUS^t SdXe "* P** P
gogue
voiced "deep concern' that ; reeognjze that those who see the
inert
if -e present halt in the bombing
o.' ?"orth Viet Nam failed to elicit
a positive response from Hanoi,
ouragement and frustration
n, ght alter the present character
o! the conflict as a limited war for
In- -ed goals. The danger of new
ei and disappointment is grave
pressures tor unlimited escalation
need for checking Communist sub-
version by military means are no
less dedicated to the cause of a
just world peace than those who
believe the United States must
cease hostilities in Viet Nam. We
do believe, however, that the Im-
peratives of our religious com
mitments call for the recommen-
dations we prayerfully put forward
V! '-Jg- w*r resulting &wn mipa.i- and comajend t0 the attention of
throughout the
i red," the Jewish leaders cau-
tioned. Such an escalation would
inly fail to achieve our goals
i! ould also ultimately involve
! vorld in a war of mutual cle-
.- .tion."
ur religious conscience com
\>~. us to exert every influence so
! the action in Viet Nam can
Rabbi Sandrow
At Beth David
anuel Lubel, chairman of the
Ai it Education Committee of
BeT.i David Congregation, has an-
i ,ced that Dr. Edward T. San
e :. rabbi of Temple Beth El, Ce-
fla urst. LI., will be guest speaker
h: reth David on Monday evening.
A.- art of the United Synagogue of
.-. erica's fourth annual Education
l; clcade.
7 .e presentation will begin at
8 p.m. in Specter Hall, and will
!. I the place of the congregation's
lally-scheduled Adult Institute
set on of Tuesday. Jan. 25.
Dr. Sandrow will follow the
C./alcade's basic subject of "The
American Jew A Conserva-
tive. American Viewpoint." His
:;ic will be "Rediscovering the
JowMi People A Conservative
'iobi Analyzes Contemporary
. .daisnv"
I .*, Sandrow is past president of
our synagogues
land."
The Synagogue Council com-
mended President Johnson's ac-
tion in halting the bombing of
Viet Nam, declaring: "It serves
as a convincing demonstration
that despite pressures from some
quarters for a miltary solution
to the problem, the purpose of
our military effort in Viet Nam
remains one that is aimed at
speeding an honorable settle-
ment. It is also a convincing de-
monstration of the integrity of
President Johnson's public ex-
pressions of our willingness to
negotiate unconditionally."
The position of the Jewish War
Veterans oi the United states with
regard to the American policy on
Viel Nam was outlined here Sun-
day in a statement issued by Mil-
ton A. Waldor. national command-
er of the organization, who took
issue with Rabbis Eisendrath and
W'einstein. the two leaders of Re-
form Judaism. The two rabbis cri-
ticized Mr. Waldor who. upon his
return from a visit to Viet Nam.
urged the U.S. to reach "a deci-
sive victory by whatever means'"
"I regret that these two disting-
uished leaders of Reform Judaism
apparently did not take the trouble
to apprise themselves of JWV's
policies and statements concern-
ing our Government's actions in
the Far East." Mr. Waldor said in
v Rabbinical Assembly of Amer-' his statement. "If they had. they
ici He was a teaching fellow of would not have issued such a 'is
the New York University School
Education. He is now visiting
; essor of homiletics of the .lew
.-- Theological Seminary of Amer-
ict as well as a fellow of the Leh-
Institute of Ethics He 1- also
net professor of education at
tlM Teachers Institute of the Jew
i- Theological Seminary.
cipient of the first annual
rd given by the Federation of
ish Philanthropies of New
-c "to the rabbi who has con-
'.' .ited most to the development
ealth and welfare social agen-
in New York." he is also the
rabbi to receive the National
munity Service Award given
he Jewish Theological Semin-
in 1965.

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I
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Jeni*t> noridmeur
Friday, January 21. 1966
-Iigh Rise and Residents Division leaders, Byron Topol (right),
ivision chairman, and Daniel Neal Heller (left), co-chairman.
discuss the 1966 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign with
ay I. Kislak (center), overall CJA chairman. The men an-
.ounced appointments of John Serbin, R. Williams Apte and
Hobert Krinzman cs vice chairmen in the Residents and High
Pise Division. The 1966 CJA drive has set a goal of SI,566,666.
MAS CALLS ACTION 'MOST WELCOME'
Federation Allocates Special Fund For
Cuban Refugee Needs in the Miami Area
\pprnviil t'f a special allocation
Si.Out' to meet extraordinary
eds of Cuban Jewish refugees
- been announced by Joseph M.
iton, president of the Greater
ami J< rish Federation.
.ipton explained that the money
. 'I be used during the current
ar to purchase special items
lere financing is not possible
mi any other source. Included
II be such items as hearing aids,
d artificial limbs. The special
ocation will be administered by
e local office of United Ifias Serv-
i which is in charge of the cur-
it migration of Cuban Jews.
"While the emphasis is on re-
: ertlement of these families in
rther communities," Lipton
. dded, "certain situations do
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See Drop in Arab Hostility
ad been announced as fatigue been stated. Finance Master Sa-
rom campaigning and later in- pir will serve as Ac.,. r eimer
luenza. was more serious than had during the Premiers absence.
come up from time to time for
which our Jewish community
should feel a responsibility. Our
Executive Committee and board
were pleased that it could furth-
er assist in the current migra-
tion," he added.
In New York, James P. Rice.
executive director of Hies, hailed
the action, noting that the special
allocution Is 'most welcome, not
only because ol llias' own difficult
financial situation, but more im-
portant because it will help meet
the needs of the newly-arrived Cu-
ban Jewish refugees."
Federation was the recipient of
a national award from Ifias in
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reception and resettlement of Cu-
ban Jews during the earlier period
of immigration.
Continued from Page 1-A
nient about not being the only
Arab leader holding those views.
Premier Eshkol protested the
"copious arms supplies from the
Soviet Union" to Arab states,
and added that "recently. West
ern powers, too, have started
selling arms in considerable
quantities to states that threaten
to attack a neighboring state"
He said that, so long as the arn-s
race is not stopped, "Israel
ought to be supplied with the
means of security and defense
according to her needs, as she
evaulates them."
Mr. Eshkol voiced hope that the
West and the Soviet Union will ar-
rive at an "agreed policy, found-
ed on support in theory and prac-
tice, for the independence and in-
tegrity of all existing states in
the Middle East." He accused the
Arabs of trying to "change the
map Of the Middle Fast" and said
Israel would continue to consoli-
date its military strength. He de-
nounced the Arab heads of state
for "fostering the idea of prepara-
tion for war'" and "stimulating the
acvities of groups like the Pales-
tine Liberation Organization.''
The Premier also expressed
the hope for better relations with
the Soviet Union and with India,
He promised to seek the strength-
ening of relations with world
Jewrj and efforts to advance Im-
migration, absorption of immi-
grants, and Jewish education
throughout the world He an-
nounced he would introduce a bill
to lay down for Israel the funda-
mental rights of man. and one to
case military rule in Israel's Arab-
settled areas, near the borders.
Mr. Eshkol's presentation con-
stituted his first public appearance
since he became ill a month ago.
He indicated that, immediately af-
ter the Knesset's vote of confid-
ence in his new Government, he
planned to leave for 'several
weeks'" of rest somewhere in Is-
rael. That decision confirmed im-
pressions that his illnes during
the coalition negotiations, which
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Sen. Ribicoff to Address Mt. Sinai Board
Meeting at Wolf son Auditorium Tuesday
Hebraists Hear Lecture
SIN. SIBKOff
Sen. Abraham Ribicoff will
come t<> Miami Beach on Tuesday
to be keynote speaker at the an-
nual meeting of the sustaining
board Of Fellows ol Mount Sinai
- Hospital.
Sen Ribicoff, Governor of Con-
necticut from \9o~i to L961, served
as the Secretary ol Health, Educa
tion and Welfare. Following his
election as Senator from Connccli
cut iii January. 1963. lie took an
active role iu. supporting Medicare
in Congress, which he will dis-
cuss at the i oard meeting;.
H1STADRUT CONFAB
Plans for a national con-
ference ol the Israel Histad
nit Foundation i" Miami
Bi ach on Feb. 14 were ini-
tated last week at a series
of meetings conducted by
Dr. Sol Stein, executive vice
lent oi the Israel His
tailrut Committee.
The Florida office, located
in the One Lincoln Koad
Bldg.. under the direction of
Moshe Herman, will coordl
nate the conclave which is
expected to attract leaden
from throughout the United
Male-
Religious Zionists
Map Dinner Here
Mr. and Mrs. llyman Kolko will
1 honored at a reception and din
ler Fob Patrons of the affairs will be
the Religious Zionists of America,
Mizrachi-Hapocl Hamizrachi.
H norarj chairmen will be past
cuests of honor at the annual din-
including Max llecht. Mr. and
Mr- Louis Merwit/er. Mr. and
' Hyi P Galbut, .lack Ci-
\\illiam Cohen, Jacob C
i. Louis Dublin, M o t e s
g, Dr Sol Nussbaum,
1 itz, and Joseph Zalis.
tieneral chairman of the dinner
Si I Rashin, national represents-
Mizrachi here, with llyman
ictmn as associate chair-
Co-chairmen are Rev. Solo-
mon Cooper, vice president.
Jack Ciment, vice president,
Morris Steinbuck, treasurer,
Morris B. Frank, C. Gluckovsky,
Henry Groudan, Milton Kahan,
Rev. Jacob Katz, Rev. Joseph
Krantz, president. Rabbi Abra-
ham Safra, vice president, Isi-
tor Kramer, Morris M. Kravet,
Htniamln Weinberg and Phillip
Weiss.
is on the committee in be-
lt of the Feb. 6 event are b'ab
- Berl Aranovitz, Jonah Caplan,
Ever, Alexander Gross,
ivid Lehrfleid, Solomon Schili.
erwin Stauber, Tibor Stern.
- maryahu Swirsky, and Beret
r-in,
Participating synagogues in-
' Afudath Israel Hebrew ln-
titute. Beth Israel Congregation,
i Jacob Congregation, Congre-
gation Ahavat Sholom, Congrcga-
'on Beth HI. Congregation Beth
rfilah, Congregation Ohev Sha-
lom, Jacob C. Cohen Community
Synagogue, Cuban Hebrew Circle,
Congregation Kneseth Israel. Mm
yonaires Congregation, Sephardic ]
wish Center. Yottftg Israel of
Greater Miami, and Young Israel
' Miami Beaeh.
Election of officers of the
group will be held, and a pro-
gress report on the Speech and
Hearing Clinic project will be
given, accordir.i to president.
Dr. Richard E. Deutch.
1 eoi ai \ i -- ; residi nl Mo nl
-. : lhat the Sustaining
Bi ard ol Fellows "is a compara
i ivcl> n< w : j oung men in
u restt lo di \ elop the
teai hins at rest arch aspects oi
the hospital. Members of their
executive Hoard go through a de-
tailed indoctrination and orien-
tation and are then assigned on a
rotating basis lo serve ex-officio
in many Board of Trustees com-
mittees.'
Program chairman of the Sus-
taming Board ol Fellows, James
Orivitz, said the meeting will bo
hi i I in the Louis E. Wolfson Audi-
to ium ol the hospital at f! p.m.,
and will be lollov ed v. retr i >h
I > nts.
Chamber Names Berliner
Anpointmt n ol M ,la> Be i i
a> i hiirman o' llv> publ
. ttce o 111 Internalional Al
Coyne the VI i: nil lade
n ;.. ( h nber ol Com c ha -
i en anno tc
Diesidenl o< h I o-in< il Bi I ici
idcnl
\ ocii le, a Miami |ul c rel i-
Prof. Eliezer Ladeger, educator
and lecturer of Herzelia Teachers
Seminary, addressed the Hebr-
aists of Greater Miami on Satur-
ixas under the auspices of t *
Moadon Hahistadrut Haivrit a A
the Hebrew Educators Alliance
Greater Miami.
p.m., at Miami
Washington A\
i-as "The P
in the Biblical Pi
di j e\ ening, .".
Beach Federal
and 8th St.
11 is sub
lem ol Justice
nod."
Harry I'erach read and dis-
cussed the daily chapter fron
Bible, and L. S?gal led i im
munity sing ng, Rabbi Shimon
\zulay uas presided over the
meeting.
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AGUOATH ACHIM. Lombardy h.i,
6305 Collins Ave. Orthodox.
Friday 5 n.m. Baturofl) : a.m. Mln-
cha p.in-
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AMAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA.
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave Oorthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr.
PMdav B:J0 p.m. Quest spanker, at-
torney, Daniel Seal Heller, past Ba*
tionni casimuda*, JewlHi War Vt-
crun*. Subject, "Waal is th,. jow-
ish War Veteran's Attitude toward
our Involvement in Viet Mam?" Ones
Shabbat howted by Mr and Mrs Nor-
man RUhnian in honor of birthdays ol
daughters Rene* and Adrlenne; Mr
and Mrs Pave Harris, in honor "I
<>n Andrew's birthday.
- a
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
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ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Emanuel Kushelwitz,
president.
Friday :.:."!" p.m. Saturdaj 9 a.m. Min-
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ETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con.
servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W. Lipson.
Friday S:1S p.m Sisterhood Sabbath.
"What Pi iyi r is Aim. d tn
Ace.....pllsh." Satunla> R:15 p.m. Ker-
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vali: Ailan. Bnh of Mr and Mrs. Ini-
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schift.
Friday 5:4S and 8:30 p.m. Senapw
An Adu t Approach t" Juvenile De-
llnq lei i > Sal irdn) n:30 a,m s.-. -
mon: "The Strength .>f Moses." Mfn-
cha 5:15 p.m.
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BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
' p.m. Saturday !* a m. Ser-
mon: "Leadership."
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BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T,
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamcnes.
Friday 5:30 p.m. Sntrrday S:3Q a.m.
Sermon: "The flreat House In Mima I
Combat with the Small Hut."
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BE^H KODcS". 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Ms*
Snapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari.
FrMa> vl.'. Kn.m. <;u**i speaker,
Dr. Donald I> MJchelapn, d i
and counsellor ulty of Miami Topic "Recont-IIIntlon
and Survival." tune Shabbat hosted
by Mr and Mrs Nathan K SneetoH
in honor of Cantor Ari. Saturday 8:45
lit
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
29 Teveth 5:36 p.m.
ji 5:10 p.m.
I FT, LAUI
tv satin day 8:J a.m. Mlncha
JDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801
S. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome
K lament*
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FT. LAUDERDALE JEWISH CN-
TER. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Conservative. Charles Dickson. pres-
ident. Dr. Jack L. Morris, cantor.
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I HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
410 E. Beach Blvd. Rev. Paul
i.m, Permoni "The Lord Appeal* T<- I Deutseh.
day." Bar MUzva.li: MIteheU Herlco- Ftiday 8 p.m. 9ermon: "Jewish fcojr-
wltz. Mr. and Mrs-
host lh<- Kirldui-h. 3
'I Shan Be."
Joe Morris *r!ll allies." Ones Shabbat hosts. Mr. anr*
p.ro. Discussion: Mrs. Morris "uldm-'n celebrating their
foli en wedding anniversary.
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UTH MOSHE CONGREGATION HEBRF'" ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
13630 W. Dixie Hvy. Conservative, i Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor I flms
Seymour Hinkes. liday :.::!( p.m. Saturday t a.m. Mln-
Frldaj 8:15 p.m, Sermon: "Thi J<.-. : cha 5:1S p.m.
and Rome." Sal rdaj IS a.m.
Mltsvah: Michael, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Becker.
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BETH RAPHAEL. 1545 Jefferson
Ave. C'.nservative. Cantor Saul H
Breeh.
Frldaj 8:15 p.m. Pulpll guest, Prof.
Audi.- Rlalolenkl Topli "Th< Jew,
The i'nit.d Nations, and the M ima
'ondltlon Saturdaj I" a m,
9ETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. speaker, Judg
- i day 8:45 a.m
3ETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE llt'i
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
chitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
Friday S:4."i and v '> : ui S'stvhood
Sahath. Saturdaj 8:43 a.m. Mlnchn
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
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HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th
St.. Homestead. Conservative.
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
L. Drazin. Cantor Louis Cohen.
l Mdaj 5:15 and S:1S p.m. (luesl
Louie llamlel. saf.ir-
Sabbath: "Reform Movements In Ju-
daism."
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 fotCl St
Conservative. Rabbi Maver Abiam-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and'
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
I-Vlda 8:13 p.m. Srmon: "Moses Bnd
Concern t"r the I'IIlIU of Oth< -
e
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8756 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April.
Frjday 8:80 p.m. l'ulpit guest, RabtM
Siinvn April Topic: "The New Jew
Kefinril. ItKleVrnod." Satiirdav 1.
a.m. fllfllllllI "Portion of the Week
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary ffice 1820 NE 164th St
Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy.
Cantor Chet Gale.
Frldav S IS |im. Gefrtcea at Wash-
ington Federal, >K iSTtli St. Rer-I
mon: 'Lift- and Legacy of Isaac I.ee-,
sir.' in honor of original Lesser Hible|
presented by Melvin Simpson, uncleI
of Mr-. Minna Opoenhelm, Congre-
gation iiu-nib, r.
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 6. I
Friday. Jcmuary 21. 1966
4th Ave.. Hlaleah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
a-Hdaj ." Service '""f^gl*.**
Family Sabbath dlnn.-r. Sat "day
a m
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservat.vt. Rabbi Maxwell Jef-
nr Cantor Ben Dickson.
,.-..i., v is p.m. Sermon: i onftiston
Abounds sal rdav 8:45 a.m. fermon.
"Pot ti-,ii of the V\ eek.
TEMPLE ZION 8000 Miller Rd Con-
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxmsn
,.. v [3 ,, m s. rmort: "H-- Man)
> ... i..... ood iiavo'.- Saturday
9:30 a i"
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riFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Heary
Wernick.
Friday B:30 p m Sermon: t From Jto-
-, to Mos O .-ha'bat lifted
i,v 9lst< rh I Saturday Bar;
mon: "Portion of tb- A eek. Mr. and
Mr- Harry Rosenberg will Mel in*
Kldduah
YOUNG ISRAEL. M0 NE 171st M.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Friday 5:30 p m Saturday : a. .Mln-
cha 5:80 p.m.
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 Washington Ave.

.ii p.m
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B'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
Friday v 15 p.m. I'SY croup will par-
ticipate in 1'SY Sablwth. Sermon:
iiods cift tn Youth." Katurda: 10
a.m M liu ii p in.
,
CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF Ml-1
AMI. 1242 Washington Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Dov Rozenrweig.
e
FLAGLSR GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
Friday 8:13 Students "i* the Center
iShoKe birthdays fall in Jantiar) and
Si in iarj will bi honored Oneg Shab-
it hosted bj Mr and Mrs Sam i--
Senberg in honor "t" their wedding an-
Hebrew Lesson
najrn men
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox, Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Samuel Vigoda.
Friday 5:15 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon:
"I'll. Charity of Survival" Saturday
v.tn a.m. Sefer Torah donated by
Samuel Flnkel will be dedicated.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self.

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.
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OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
man.
Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "The Di-
vine .Values." Min.-ha ".:3" p.m.
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 I
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
mlas.
Friday Minoha 5 p.m. Saturday H::I0
am. Sermon: "The LTnanswered Ques-
tion."
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. Csplan.
I liday 5 :" and 8:11 p m. Sermon: "In-
terraith Dating." Hosts, Mr and Mrs.
Aheri Bngelman, Saturday :* a.m. Ser-
mon: "Stubborn and Determined."
Mlncha 5:15 p.m.
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami |
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Stone.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
; Frldaj 8 i". p.m, Services conducted
| by Junior rsY Saturday m a.m. Mln-
Synopsis of the Torah Portion VAERA
Moses and Aaron exhort Pharaoh to release the Israelites.
And Muses and Aaron went in unto Pharaoh" lExod 7.10).
"The Lord, the God of the Hebrews, hath sent me unto thee,
saying: Let My people go" (7.161.
VA-ERAGod told Moses that He had first appeared to Abraham.
Isaac, and Jacob as El Shaddai. and had made a covenant with
the patriarchs to give them the land of Canaan. Now. hearing
the unhappy cry of the children of Israel, the Almighty was re-
minded of his covenant.
Pharaoh refused to let the children of Israel depart from
the land of Egypt. God brought seven plagues on the Egyptians,
in an attempt to force Pharaoh's hand: blood, frogs, gnats, flies,
murrain, boils, and hail. At first Pharaoh conceded to Moses. I
and my people are wicked. Entreat the I.ord, and let there he
enough of these mighty thunderings and hail; and 1 will let you
go" (Exod. 9.27-28). But when the plagues stopped. Pharaoh's
heart was hardened again, but he refused to let the Israelites ^o.
This recounting ot the Weekly Portion of the Law is ex-
tracted and bated upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher is
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 Wi'liam St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.

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THE RABBI SPfAKS FROM HIS PUIPIT
Lesson of Slavery Is
Road to Ethical Action
tor Michael
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "is the Bi-
ble True?" Saturdaj ll a.m Services
conducted by Religious School stu-
dents
By RABBI ALLEN RUTCHIK
Southeast Region Director
United Synagogue of America
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(n-o^w n*nar rna rwsina)
ESCAPE 'Haberichah'

remnants who had escaped de-
Rabbi Samuel Jatte.
Pi May 8:15 |..u,. Kt-rmun: "The Chang-
ing Role of the Family." Saturday 11
a.m. ar Mltsvah: Edwarrl, sun of in
Edward J, Saltsman.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morris Skop.
I I'uiay K:is p.m. Sermon: "Rich Jews
nithout Ti-. Much Monev." Satur-
*.,,"y ,\"'S:" '"" Sermon: "But The}
\\ ould Not Listen
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly,
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. '
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er- !
nest Sterner.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase !
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. |
Cantor David Conviser.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M !
Machte.. Cantor Abraham Reiseman
Friday 8:0 p.m. National Women a
League Sabbath Progrnm presented
!'v .,,". l-"l,i> Deutar.t, Sisterhood
Robbi Kufchik
ESCAPE ("Haberichah") was
the name commonly used for the ,
Haganah organization in Europe.! Tnc stories about ESCAPE
This organization dealt with the'sound ,oda>' l,ke tales from "A
tscape of the Jews who had been Thousand and One Nights." Thou
rescue^ n^ftin. the extermination 'sands of Jows 'raveled in special
camps ancT their transfer to the xins from Northern Europe to
shores oF'VW'MeViiterranean. The
representatives of ESCAPE were
scattered throughout all the coun-
tries of Europe. Wherever there
were Jews who wished to escape
from the countries where their
struction in Europe and their I !',.''si,l""i, ;'s'""1 b> Nl Michael
transfer to' Eretz Yisrael. j Mlrtam' wSpe'^aiturday ":"o "m
Bar Mltsvah Barn Josl, son of .Mr
and Mi i;. i llfern.
TcMPL-E BETH TOV_ MM SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Z.
Glixman.
Friday 5 IS and 8:13 p.m. Saturdaj 9
Camp
ugh v.
transports of immigrants passed,
parents had been murdered by the At Bucha'-est, they operated a
Nazis, there were also representa- j,luge "Rcd Cross Hospital." They
Greece, carrying "documents" of flb?Sd M^^ui^JSjucn^7'"0"
"Greeks" returning to their home-, TFMD. c _.
land. Near the Alps, they e.t.b-1 r^^V^^e^STSSSi
llShed a Recreation Camp for I "hrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
American Soldiers" through which BS^aw? JtcT chlincei.o,rUe"jew2h
lives of ESCAPE. bought ships, operated railroads,
ESCAPE was the largest under-!ScrUCted bridges- and bui,t
ground organization in history.
roads.
What did the representatives of
ESCAPE do?
They stole across borders, and
Ihey forged documents, all for one
purpose only the rescue of the
These are only a very small part
of the activities and the stories of
ESCAPE.
(Published by
the Brit Ivrit Olsmit)
sauirday : a m. Sermon: "The Weekly
Portion of the BIMe" Bar Mltsvah:
rah! S"" "'"' %1rs ls''" M"-
T amPLE,-,,S.1AEL*OF GREATER Ml.
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joieph R. Narot.
l'l;|'i''J, ;|l:' P-m, Bermon: "The Mor-
ally ol Freeslng Life tor Later Revlv-
TEM-PLE iuDEA* 32f7 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
IV:.lay 8:16 ],.in. Topic for discussion
In a manner that is typical of
the succint, though rich style of
the Torah. one verse in this Sab-
bath's Sedrah
conveys three
major ideas that
are essential to
the fabric of Ju-
daism. "And I
will take you to
me for a people,
and I will be to
you a God; and
ye shall know
that I am the
Lord your God
who brought you
out from under
the burdens of
the Egyptians."
(Exod. Chap. 6
Vs. 7).
Long before sociology developed
its intricate terminology, the Jews
had already demonstrated a pat-
tern of life that refused to be
neatly categorized. We were, and
still are, a people defying all boun-
daries, be they geographic or phil-
osophic, uniting in a brotherhood
of love and kinship that knows few
parallels
Though it is true that we some-
times lose sight of our essential
unity, it is also true that when
the challenge is greatest, we re-
call magnificently the days of our
birth when we gave to mankind
a way of hfe that glorifies the in-
dividual's sanctity and potential
and which provides a blueprint for
a society that surpasses greatness
We have remained a people be-
cause we believe that history is the
fulfillment of a divine plan to
whose purpose we contribute and
whose ideal we share. We were
born a people and came to know
This page .. r'fri'fJ m co-
- operation ::'i :ht Create' Mi-
^ aim Ruhbmu.il AifOCidtion.
Coordinator if features' ap-
peanng licrr jj
DR. MAX LIPSCHITZ
(piritUdI Iru.irr of Bfth Torah
I Congrrgutu'n oj .\orth Mum
Reach.
4i.imiii..:
God at the same instance. Furth-
er, we do not view history as our
academic past, but as a source of
experience from which we learn.
To us, the lesson of slavery in
Egypt is a sensitive reminder of
the pain others endure in similar
situations and is therefore a road
to ethical action. Differing in be-
liefs, diverse in our approach to
the practical world, we remain a
people, united in our allegiance to
our very being as Jews, deter-
mined that our voices will be
heard, so that one day all men
shall know the l.ord and sing His
praise.
Menorah Rabbi
To be Speaker
Guest speaker for the adult lec-
ture series on Wednesday. 9 p.m.,
at Temple Zion will be Rabbi May-
er Abramowitz. of Temple Meno
rah.
Mis subject will be "What Have
We to Conserve In Conservative
Judaism?"
Rabbi Abramowitz is a graduate
of the Jewish Theological Semin-
ary of America, and a member of
the Rabbinical Assembly of Amer-
ica. He is also a past president of
the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami.


friday. January 21, 1966
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Page 13-A
Opacity Hebrew Academy Dinner Hears
larman Call for Richer Jewish Life

Plans for the doubling in size
the Creator Miami Hebrew
caderoy. praise for the Miami
ach school from Israel's Ambas-
,,!(,! to the United Nations and
-lions statement on Israeli se-
urlt} highlighted the 18th an
ual scholarship dinner of the
[ebrew Academy last week.
A record attendance of nearly
500 persons, of the 1.638 who
irehased tickets for the $100a-
ouple affair, beard general din-
f *
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:*

Presentation of a national
from Torah Umesorah,
nal society for Hebrew
Day Schools, to Hebrew
Academy president, Louis
Meiv.uzer. was made by din-
ner chairman, Leonard Ro-
sen, at the 18th annual schol-
arship dinner held at the
Deauville Hotel-
tier chairman. Leonard Rosen,
.say the Hebrew Academy will
grow from its present 491 students
to an enrollment of 1,000 within
several years and to 1.800 pupils
within its second 18 years.
Ambassador Avraham Har-
man, who flew in to address the
dinner and returned immediate-
ly to Washington for the opening
of Congress, called "the fact
that both Israel and the Hebrew
Academy are celebrating lh*r
10th anniversaries 'this year
more than merely a happy coin-
cidence of time." .
He said that the rapid develop-
ment of both the state and the
school proved conclusively that
"Judaism flourishes best in an at-
mosphere of freedom. Our faith
has survived for some 3.000 years
not because of external persecu-
tion, but in spite of it."
Harman said Israel continues to
believe that a powerful military
establishment is its best hope for
peace, "and we shall maintain a
potent deterrent force, no matter
what the cost."
He said that Judaism will con-
tinue to survive only if. in Israel
and the diaspora, Jewish commun-
ities are not content to perpetuate
their laith. but rather to enrich it
rhrou^h new centers of education
and learning lost in the Hitler pe-
riod
"We lost far more than 6.000.-
ooo Jewish lives In that lime. We
also lost 3i).oikj Jewish commun-
ities and centers oi teaching and
Study throughout Central and
Eastern Europe.
"Our efforts in these past 18
years demonstrated the capacity
of our people to override the hor-
rors of Nazism and the will and
ability to rebuild Jewish com-
munities It has not been easy in
the first 18 years. And it should
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Birthdays and anniversaries of
Miami Friendly Social Club mem-
bers were celebrated at a get-
together on Sunday. 2 p.m.. at Is-
raelite Center. 3175 SW 25th St.
Club president is Max Garshag.
Looking out at record-shattering crowd of nearly 1.500 persons
at the 18th annual scholarship dinner of the Hebrew Academy
last week are (left to right) Israel Ambassador Avraham
Harman; honorees, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Genet; and general
chairman, Leonard Rosen. Israel's envoy to the United States
was principal speaker at the SlOO-a-couple function.
not be taken for granted that it
will be easj In the next 18 years."
The Ambassador praised the din-
ner honorees, Mr. and Mrs, Harry
Genet, "for their devotion and
service to th" Hebrew Academy.
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Others who participated in
the program included Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, principal,
Dr. Irving Lehrman, Miami
Beach Mayor Elliott Roosevelt,
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, B. I.
Binder, Cantor Abraham Seif,
Rabbi David Lehrfield, Rabbi
Jonah E. Caplan, president of
the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association, Louis Merwitier,
president, and Lane and Larry
Genet, grandsons of the ho-
norees.
The Hebrew Academy Choir, un-
der the direction of Mrs. Jack Don-
net, presented an original cantata.
"This I Keniember."
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Luncheon Meet
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a luncheon meeting Monday noon
at the Barcelona Hotel.
Mrs Moe Blitz, program chair
man. will introduce Frank Free-
man, hypnotist, who will entertain.
The unit's 12th annual luncheon
has been slated for Wednesday,
Feb. 9, at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Mrs S. Sidney Raff el is chair-
man of the day. which will feature
a fashion show by Saks Fifth Ave.
In charge Of tickets is Mrs.
Kthel Goldman.
BROWN UNVEILING
The Dedication of a Monument
to the memory of the late
MICHAEL BROWN
will take place
Sunday, January 23rd, at 1 p.m.
at "It. Sinai Ldmsiery witn
Rabbi Maxwell fieraer
officiating
Friends and relatives are
asked to attend
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Friday. January 21. 1966
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Litvaks Prove That Bloody Feuds are Not Forever
ijuhenever I see a litvak, I feel
" good inside Not that litvaks
are amusing, even though some
people think they are. Some are;
some aren't. Yet. the word itself,
like the word. Brooklyn, can set
up laughs and chuckles.
A litvak is a .lew. or a descend-
ent ot a Jew from Lithuania. Thou-
sands of American Jews are in
that category. When 1 see a litvak, 1 rejoice for
two reasons: one. because they're here and not over
there in Europe where they or their predecessors
may have been snulled out by pogromists.
The second reason I feel happy when I see a I
litvak is that he reminds me that feuds are not
eternal.
It is important for us not to succumb to the no-
tion that just because certain groups dislike them-
selves now that is the way it will always be.
Tliere was a time when litvaks were at odds
with other Jewish gioups. such as Poles, or Ru-
manians, or that large group known by the generic
name of galitzyaner. And there was a time when
all tin se Eastern European Jews were on bad terms
with the German Jews, known derisively as
yahuditn.
So bitter was the hostility that separate clubs
Capitol Spotlight: Bv MILTON FRIEDMAN
Espionage Charges
Washington
THE TACTICS of the U.S. Senate Sub-
committee on Internal Security, spot-
lighted by recent wild charges that a
high State Department oflicial of Jewish
laiih was linked with Israeli "espionage
.agents" ha\e generated concern here.
This alarm has not been manifested
by charges of anti-Semitism nor even
I of gross disrespect toward distinguished
plomats of a friendly nation. Israel, who were smeared
as spies. The basis for vexation in Washington is the
-owing tendency of the Subcommittee to revive the tact-
ics of the late Sen. Joseph It. McCarthy.
It appears coincidental that the reputations of a
l.S. Government official of Jewish background and of
li ading Israelis have been maligned. The issue is whether
s Congressional body will again be permitted to slander
individuals through innuendo and smears.
The Subcommittee attracted attention previously bv
c arging that the American Friends Service Committee
;tae Quakers) were a "transmission belt for Communist
iparatus." The resulting uproar caused the Subcommit-
ti e to backtrack. Some member- sought to disassociate
themselves from the attack on the Quakers. It was sug
Bested that the Subcommittee would more carefully con-
1 its chief counsel. J G. Sourwine.
But next came the release by the Subcommittee of
Sinuations that Abba P. Schwartz, administrator ot the
State Department's Bureau of Security and Consular Af-
irs, was linked with Israeli "espionage agents."
It was alleged that at the time he was special counsel
i'i- the Intergovernmental Committee tor European mi-
ation he was "in frequent contact with individual- who
ere attached to the Israeli espionage service in the
United States."' Among the alleued 'agents'' were such
nonages as Dr. Eliahu Elath. president of the Hebrew
I niversity, and Teddy Kollek. the popular new .Mayor of
Jerusalem, who once served here as diplomatic minister.
The charges covered a period of time in the 1950s
when Mr. Schwartz was a law partner of Seymour Rubin,
then Washington representative ol the American Jewish
Committee. They had been initially examined when Presi-
ant Kennedy appointed Mr Schwartz to the State De-
partment. When such persons as the late chairman of
the House UnAmeriean Activities Committee. Hep. Francis
Walter, backed Mr Schwartz, it was apparent that no
SI nous official would take the disproven rumors seriously
Yet Mr. Sourwine resurrected the Israeli "espionage"
issue involving Mr. Schwartz in an eftort to discredit the
State Department's security division. This is because of
tlie dismissal of Otto Otepka. who was fired for 'conduct
unbecoming a State Department officer" for furnishing
unauthorized State Department information to the Sub-
committee.
In defense of Mr. Schwartz, an official State Depart-
ment spokesman said that implications in testimonv on
the Otepka testimony recently released bv the Senate In-
ternal Security Subcommittee, that associations bv Mr
Schwartz raise a security question are completer,- un-
warranted. Mr. Schwartz's 'associations' referred to in this
testimony were with prominent citizens and diplomatic
representatives of Israel, among them the present Mavor
of Jerusalem. Mr. Kollek, and Dr Elath. the president of
fSZr United States. Mr. Schwartz's contacts with these in-
dividuals were entirely social and professional and had
nothing Whatsoever to do with espionage or any kind of
egal activity. The State Department has full confidence
to Mr. Schwartz s reliability and integrity as demon-
i til u 8 h,ISothrw yta's of scrvice as administrator
of the Bureau of Security and Consular Affairs "
Subsequently, the Washington Post editorially de-
nounced the conduct of the Subcommittee and its chief
counsel and the 'underhand blows" struck at Mr Sen-
aaenU" ^Un* h"n whh alleged I,raeU "lHge
would be formed to keep the others out. So bitter
was the hostility that marriages among them were
regarded as intermarriages.
Now the bad blood has disappeared. What was
once a cause for hatred is now no more than a
cause for humor. I love the one about the galitzianer
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Rearward Glance
To 100
Years Ago
B1
lEGINNING 1966, what could be
belter than to glance back at
at 1866'.' Johnson was President of
the United States then too An-
drew Johnson of Tennessee, It was
just alter the Civil War. and there
was a bitter Civil Rights struggle
then as now Johnson, a Southern-
er, had been a strong opponent
of slavery, but in the matter of
Civil Bights for the Negroes, he did not entirely sat
isly the Northern radicals, and he was the first
and only President against whom impeachment pro-
ceedings were launched.
"How say you. is the deseendent. Andrew Johnson.
President of the United States, guilty or not guilty,"'
asked Chief Justice Chase, presiding at the trial.
By a margin of one vote. Johnson was acquitted
and continued as President.
In London, in 1866. the son of Hirschel Marx.
a Berlin lawyer, was wondering no doubt how his
new book would make out. Expelled from France
and Germany, he had settled in London and in
186.") finished his book on capital. He himself had
so littie capital, he lived largely on the charity of
friends. This work by Karl Marx, the son of Hirschel
Marx, the lawyer, as you know, is still talked of
todaj
In England in 1866. Jews had no civil rights
either. They were not permitted to vote, but one
Jew. whose father had him baptized as a child,
was a member of Parliament. When he made his
first speech in Parliament, he was howled down;
but as he took his seat, he said the time would come
when they would hear him. In 1868. it came, when
Benjamin Disraeli became Prime Minister of Great
Britain.
In 1866, the great Jewish philanthropist Moses
Montefiore visited the Holy Land. Thirty years he-
lore he had proposed to the Turks, who controlled
Palestine, that they permit the mass resettlement
ol Jev s there, but his plea was denied. His visit in
1866 was in connection with the implementing of
the bequest of a great American Jewish philanthrop-
ist, .ludah Touro. who had left a large sum of
money, with Montefiore as the "executor" for the
Jews ol Ihc Holy Land. The money was used for a
housing project outside of the old walled city. It
marked the beginning of modern Jerusalem.
Technologically, the world was in its infancy in
1066. The railroad and the telegraph were there,
bcil there was no electric light, no telephone, phono--
graph, moving picture, radio or television: and the
country enjoyed none of the benefits of smog, air
pollution or traffic jams of today.
What will the next century bring'* The mind al-
most reels at the possibilities. We shall certainly
have reached the moon long before that
who discovered that his friend was a litvak and
began to poke run at him only to evoke the retort:
"There are two kinds of Jews: litvaks and paskudn-
yakes, Which are you?" (For translations of these
exotic terms see your nearest rabbi or grandparents
Nowadays Jews are all mixed up I mean,
with respect to their backgrounds. The descendants
of German Jews are married to offspring of Lithu-
anians. Hungarians. Russians, etc. We're one happy
.-a lad.
So when I see a litvak I feel good. For. I tell
myself, if the vendetta twixt the litvaks and other
Jews could have disappeared, mayhaps other
groups who now cannot abide one another will ul-
timately learn to live together harmoniously. South
Vietnamese and North Vietnamese, North Koreans
and South Korean-. American Northerners and
American Southerners, max be even the residents of
the Wesl and East. Seems remote now. but look
how nicely the litvak- have learned to live with
erstw hile opponents!
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
On Controversies
IF YOU feel that the New York Welfare
' Department was justified in firing an
employee who turned out to be a kleagle
in the Ku KIux Klan, do you also feel
that the Los Angeles police trial board
was justified in suspending a police offi-
cer who organized a public demonstra-
tion opposing U.S. participation in the
Dominican Republic unpleasantness?
What to do about governmental em-
ployees who get active in controversial causes is a prob-
lem apt to be with us for years. And we seem to have a
rash of such cases at a time when many people old
enough to remember the old McCarthyism are getting
nervous about the emergence of a new McCarthyism.
The cases of the governmental employees have ten-
tatively been resolved. How wise were the decisions, time
will bring out. In the New York case. Frank W. Rotelia
Jr.. 28. bachelor, proved not only to be a Klan leader
(he was present Oct. 31 in Reading. Pa., when the Jewish
Klansman. Danny Burros, killed himself) but also a mem-
ber of the American Nazi Party. By acting as an officer
Of a political party, he violated State Welfare Board re-
gulations and was judged unqualified to continue as a
caseworker for the Welfare Department. His job was to
investigate claims for relief made by poor Negroes: and
as he went about that job. he was on record as claiming
that "uppity" Negroes are a major menace to America
and that all Negroes are inferior.
The west coast police officer who was suspended and
denied a rehearing is Michael B. Ilannon. a member ol
the Los Angeles force seven years. In addition to taking
part in the Dominican protest, he is active in CORE and
the Socialist Party. And the police trial board found he
called an American Nazi Party picket a "swine."
When Officer Ilannon was suspended, partially for
political views, apparently nobody made an issue ot the
fact that Los Angeles Police Chiel William H Parker
had appeared on the Manion Forum program a series
Ol broadcasts conducted by Clarence Manion
How- dear of political entanglements should our police
be; and just how do we define political entanglements'
We may not have to resolve that issue: but ,1 we recall
that ,t hasn't been so long ago that a score or so of police
officers in Santa Ana, Calif., comprising a cell of the
John Birc-h Society worked like- beavers to undermine
the authority of Police Chief Edward J Allen then- we
s^,Se:hat "* ,ssue ,s soi,iy ,o *wi* -*
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
New Red Policy Toward Israel?
Jerusalem
THE ISRAEL Philharmonic Or-
chestra is expected to per-
form next year in the Soviet
Union. Last week it was reported
that the management of the com-
pany received a letter from Mos-
cow informing it that the organiz-
ers of the performances had
agreed to change some dates in the
schedule of concerts so as to make it unnecessary
for the Israeli musicians to perform on Friday night
The Israel Communist Party recently split into
two separate factions over the issue of the party's
support of Arab nationalism and of Nassers aiiti
Israel policy in particular. The Jewish faction has
posed a pro-Israel attitude, while the the Arab ma-
jority continued in its pro-Nasser line. For those
familiar with Communist press semantics, there was
little doubt that the Soviet newspapers were more
favorably inclined toward the Jewish faction.
Samuel Rigler. a Rumanian Jew. was liberated
in January, 1945 by the advancing Sov.et troops
from a German concentration camp. He joined the
Russian Army as a volunteer. wa> wounded and.
after the war. emigrated from Rumania to Israel
Late ,n December, this year. i a widely publicized-
Ceremony, the Soviet ambassador ,n Tel Aviv pre-
KntedI him with a high Soviet military decoraUon
troops ""** """ Kussian
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theTm,'rel0ry ^"K the Israel ilharmnic. and
he increasing number of Soviet artists who have
come recenth to perform m Israel, fall w^n
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LEE ROSENWASSER WAS PROUD TO BE AMERICAN
Viet Victim Would be 19
V to Feature Play
'Twelve Angry People" will bo
presente
8500 SW
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I al the YM and Wil
8th St., on Saturdaj <
8-:i p.m.
On Jan. 12. just 16 days bc-
bi,' his 10th birthday. Specialist
,., Edward Roscnwasscr. crew
hiel on a helicopter, was killed
action in Viet Nam.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Bosenwasser, Lee had enlisted
because he was "so proud to
L an American" and frequent-
|x in-rote his sisters. Irene 21,
and Joan IS, "how wonderful it
was to live in America."
A graduate of North Miami
High. Roscnwasscr took his bas-
ic training in the aviation serv-
ice of the army at Ft. Rucker.
Ala., and had been in Viet Nam
for seven months
In November. Specialist Ro-
senwasser received the Viet-
-.
namesc Cross lor Gallantry
from the Premier of Viet Nam,
and was one of a small group
to wear a braided Vietnamese
band on his shoulder.
Lee. who would have been 19
on Jan. 28, will be accorded
full military honors at services
to be conducted here by Rabbi
Max Lipschitz. spirtual leader
of Beth Torah Congregation.
oted Scholars Speak Next Week
Two outstanding scholars will
iress meetings sponsored by
Bureau of Jewish Education
kt week, according to an an-
un cement by Joseph Cohen.
i-sident.
|>n Monday morning. 10 a.m.,
Samuel M. Blumfield will ad-
. members of adult Jewish
tion committees and adult
in 1947. Dr. Katsh founded the than 300 articles and professional!
Jewish Cultural Foundation and publications and is the author of'
the Library of Judaica and He 12 books, including "Judaism and
bracia. While in Soviet Russia, he Islam" and "Hebraic Contribu
arranged for the microfilming of tions to American Life.'
rare documents, until then unavail-
able to western scholars.
The lectures of Dr. Katsh and
1 Dr. Blumfield are sponsored by the
He has written and edited more Bureau of Jewish Education.
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Dr. Blumlieui is me author of
Imany publications. including
' Muster of Troyes," "A Mid-Cen-
Itury of Jewish Education" and
Retrospect and Prospect."
On Tuesday evening, Jan. 25,
at 8:30 p.m.. Dr. Abraham I.
KaMh, director of the Institute
of Hebrew Studies of the New
York University, will address all
teachers in all departments of
the Jewish schools of Greater
Miami. His subject will be "The
Naii HolocaustShall We Teach
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The lecture will be presented at
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Katsh introduced the first
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jAgency, will be guest sneaker at
the fourth lecture of the Moadon
IHahistadrul Ilaivrith and the Heb-
rew Educators AJliunce of Greater
I -Miami.
Rabbi Shimon Azulay, president
the sponsoring organizations
announced Dr. Blumficlds appear-
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ISuiida.,. 8 p.m., at Miami Beach I
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Dr. Milton Aron, noted rabbi,
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Fund of America at the bien-
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Syd Kronish. former Associated
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Miami. Florida, Friday January 21, 1966
Section B
FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS AND SERVICE'
Mrs. Grundwerg to Get Award
mid Sisterhood will hold its annual paid-up member-
..p luncheon Wednesday noon in Sklar Auditorium. Pro-
;mi will include a fashion show by Frederick's Furs ot Surf-
e. Left to right (seated) are chairman. Mrs. Era Rosenfeld;
at, Mrs. Eugene I. Schwarz; co-chairman, Mrs. Jack
rsman. Committee (standing' are Mrs. David Isaacs, Mrs.
man J. Feldman and Mrs. Louis Cohen 'not thown).
" ^*
Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg. well-
known communal and social lead-
er, has been named Woman of Val-
or by the Hebrew Academy Wom-
(ii The annual award will be pre-
sented to Mrs. Grundwerg at the
Woman of Valor Luncheon at the
Deauville Hotel on Wednesday.
Feb. 23.
The award is presented to a
woman annually "in recognition
ol her outstanding achievements
and service to the Hebrew Aca-
demy and other community pro-
jects."
A founding member of the Heb-
rew Academy Women. Mrs. Grund-
werg i- pa t president ot the
Miami Beach Chapter of Mizrachi
Women, and :i life member. Heb-
r< Academy "linah." and a trus-
lee of the Hebrew Academj Wom-
en She is also a life member ol
each of the following organiza-
Mesivta 'it Greater Miami, Beth

r.RS. PAi'im grundwerg
Israel Sisterhood, Brandeis Univer-
sity Women. National Council of
Jewish Women's Indian Creek Di-
vision. Young Israel of Greater
Miami Sisterhood. American
Friends of the Hebrew University.
Jewish National Fund. B'nai
B'rith. Hadassah Israel Group.
Mizrachi Women's Organization of
America Miami Beach Chapter,
Jewish Home for the Aged, Tem-
ple Emanu-El, American \Icwi-h
Committee, American Jewish Con-
gress. Bikur Cholim of Miami
Bi ach, Flatbush Yeshivah. Ti
nion, Zionist Organization ol
America and Young Israel of Flat-
bush.
Mrs Grundwerg, together with
her husband, the late Samuel M.
Grundwerg, were among the first
founders oi the Hebrew Acadei
Mr. Grundwerg served as the .\
demy's treasurer until his pass
ij Moses Grundwerg, a s
serves as an officer and direct
of the school.
David Players will present "Come Blow Your Horn" on
22, 23 and 29. Conferring with Rube Idels. direclor, are
ling (left to right) Barbara Green. Stanley Borenstein and
Abbott. Ed Kazen is seated with Idels. The three-act
:medy will go on the boards in Spector Hall, with cuitain
it 8:30 p.m.
n
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by ISABEL GRCVE
First entertaining by new Mr.
: Mrs, Alex Greenfield in their
;it 1694 West Ave. on
lanksgiving brought together
< ir children, grandchildren,
relatives and friends .
e former Helen (Mrs. Morris)
ngei became Alex's bride on
18 with members of the im-
t.uuiiy attending the
at Temple Beth Sho-
ith Rabbi Leon Kronish of-
. Following a dinner
'Mm at the Doral Beach
left I'm an extended
rip with stopovers in Au-
Long Island. Albany
in Falls, N. Y., then
i \ eland and Akron. (> .
place meeting new rela
I friends.
<
ithi: ing ot some long-
li and other more re-
sparked the gay brunch
1 j Dorothy (Mrs, Nal'
several Saturdays ago
. Sharing the
' ible with vivacious Dor-
I ei attractive teen
Kathy, and the aunts.
chman and Mrs. Jack
nter resident, both
'in ( hicago,
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' miniature window shade ac-
"npanies the invitation which
We kept it in the dark. But
<* it can be told. Charlie Ros-
> Will be 52 years old. So
pull down your shade. And lock
up your gate. Do come and help
us celebrate .
Another unique feature of the
party Saturday night planned by
the honoree's wife Blanche, will
be SOUVenis favors of beaded
pulls" to indicate how the guests
stand with their hosts Tal-
ented Trixie Levin's birth!. > gift
will be some special lyrics in
( narlie'8 honor to be sung by
Hope (Mrs. Rocky! I'omirance.
. Other musical guests who
will be paying respects to the
"birthday boy" are the Samuel
Freshkos, busy these days writing
the musical score for a new
l,ii adway show, and Sara and
Hyam Fershko, here to give their
annual concert.
* *
"Women of Valor" was the
theme ot a recent Temple Zamora
rhood part) when members
presi ntcd ; pair of candelabra in
memory ol the late Rub] Grand-
ma) i hi ar, h morary life mi mber
Ol I':', temple, to Zainora .
r, e Gordon and Mrs. L.
i er kept the evening run-
ning smoothly, and pupils of
Rona Byrons' School oi Dance
entertained .
Arleen and Larry Blasberg, of
19540 NE 18th PL, had a busy
week entertaining Dr. and Mrs.
Burton Goodman, of Milwaukee,
and Harry Bookbinder, of New-
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Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of Beth Torah Con-
gregation is sponsoring its first annual Kallah
on Jan. 24 to 26. Dr. Evelyn Garfiel, instructor,
Women's Institute, Jewish Theological Semin-
ary, will be scholar-in-residence for the three
days. Planning the study sessions are seated
Mrs. Hartman
To be Speaker
Mrs. Gustavo Hartman. widow of
ludge Gustave Hartman. will ad-
Mess several groups in Miami
teach during the next few weeks.
Author of the autobiographical
I Gave My Heart." on Tuesday
evening, at Chase Federal on Ar-
thur Godfrey Rd.. Mrs. Hartman
v i 11 be guest speaker at Harmony
'hapter, Bnai B'rith Women.
On Monday evening. Jan. 31.
-he will deliver a talk at the C'am-
olot Apartments, and on Wednes-
day. Feb. 2. at 2 p.m.. Mrs. Hart-
man will appear before the resi-
dents of the Jewish Home for the
Aged.
(left to right) Mesdames Philip Bloom, Stanley
Stein, Sisterhood president, and Adrian Kaul-
man. Standing are Mesdames James Baruch,
Ben Newmark. Abraham Gittelscn, Julius
Bernstein. Not shown is Mrs. Manny Marcus,
adult education chairman.
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MRS. JENNIE GROSS/NGER
Beth Moshe Has
Fashion Show
Beth Moshe Sisterhood was to
present a children"s fashion and
talent show on Thursday. 7:30 p.m..
in Popiel Social Hall.
Members of the January Circle
Shalamuth and June Cirele Sarah
were to act as hostesses, and their
children were to be models.
Chairmen were to be Mrs. Bud
Breitbart and Mrs. Jay Rand.
Hadassah Award
Will Go To
Mrs. Grossinger
Hadassah Myrtle Wreath Award
will be presented to Mrs. Jennie
Grossinger by Mrs. Nat Barth,
president of the Miami Beaeii
Chapter of Hadassah. on Monday.
Feb. 7. 1 p.m., at the Miami Beach
Auditorium.
All 18 groups, which mopromise
the Miami Beach Chapter, will
participate by bringing in new-
members and reenrolling old mem-
bers. The rally will be the culmina-
tion of a three-month campaign
directed by Mrs. Norman Myers,
membership vice president of the
chapter.
George Jessel will be master of
ceremonies. Mrs. Phillip Thau is
program vice president and di-
rector of the affair.
Mrs. Grossinger. award recipi-
ent, is known throughout the
country for her non-sectarian phil-
anthropy. The Jeannie Grossinger
Medical Center in Tel Aviv, was
named in her honor.
Philly Houswife
Wins Israel Trip
By Special Report
WHITE PLAINS. N.Y.-A Phila-
delphia housewife and mother,
who didn't know she was an en-
trant, has won first prize in the
Sanka Coffee "Trip-to-Israel"
sweepstakes sponsored by the
Maxwell House Division of Gen-
eral Foods Corporation.
Mrs. Phyllis Kamens first learn-
ed of the sweepstakes when her
husband. Stanley, opened the mail
and told her. 'You've won a free
trip to Israel."
Mrs. Kamens' prize is a trip for
two to Tel Aviv via Pan American
Airways wTtH steps on the way at
London, Paris and Koine A 11- rtz
rented car will be supplied free for
st \ ,'ii days al one ol the cities.
Mrs Kamens' winning entry was
sent in by her mother, Mrs. Sadie
Sebotnick, who lives with her
liter and son-in-law and their
two children at 2143 Long SI in
Ave Philadelphia, Pa.
The letter informing her of her
prize came SOOn alter she and her
husband had celebrated their 17th
tvedding anniversary. The first
iliiii'^ Mrs. Kamens said when her
mother had explained everything,
was. "Thanks for the present."
"I just couldn't believe it." Mrs
Kamens said "Everything's been
happening She and her husband.
post commander of the local
\ T.w.. and a salesman for Fa-
mous United Moat Products. Inc..
in Philadelphia, have been prepar-
ing for their son (line's Bar Mitz-
vah in January
Mrs. Kamens is active in Brownie
work, and was a den mother for
the Cub Scouts She and Mr. Ka-
mens are members of the congre-
gation of Temple Beth Emeth At
present, their spare time is spent
'Studying travel folders to help de-
cide the best time of the year to
make their trip.
Both Am Book Review
Henry Kauffmann, chairman of
the Senior Friendship Circle of
Temple Beth Am, has made plan,
for a book review to be held on
Tuesday in the music room at 8
p.m. Herman Garfinkel will re
view. "The Source." by James
Michener.
Pot Roast?
Nothing goes with
a good meal like
TetleyTea!
Because Tetley is bright and
bracing as the finest, tastiest tea
should be-a favorite in Jew ish
homes since 18:;,.
BULK, BAGS AND
INSTANT
BB Women Slate
Joint Luncheon
North Shore and Freedom Chap-
ters. Miami Beach Bnai B'rith
Women, will sponsor a luncheon
for the "Loveliest Day of the
Year" on Wednesday noon in the
Deauville Hotel.
Chapter presidents. Mrs. Irving
Mandel. of North Shore, and Mrs.
Howard Dutkin. of the Freedom,
will extend greetings.
Chairman of the day is Mrs.
Lester Arkin. Co-chairmen are
Mrs. Harry Dickert and Mrs. A.
II Mendelsohn. Hostesses are Mrs.
Harry Rosen. Mrs. Louis Rolnick
and Mrs. Eddie Neumark.
Entertainment will be by Bob
Novaek and his "Famous "Conti-
nentals." featuring Carol Taran.
vocalist.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Mau-
rice Bisgyer. past president of
B nai B'rith Women District 5.
K on the package means Kosher. CerbfiJ
Kosher and Parve by Rabbi Jacob CoMsN
Or Olom Ladies'
Clothing Auction
Sisterhood of Temple Or Olom
was to hold its regular monthly
meeting Thursday, 8:30 p.m ;,',
the Temple auditorium,
Por a clothing auction, with
M" I irence Wulkan as au
froi S. :
and Janet JuniorsNwere to I
sale
Mrs William
er of
man Mrs Murraj Roa
hood presi lei R
iritual lea
legation,
Dora Stein Ladies
To Meet Tuesday
Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Is-
raelite Center will meet Tuesday,
8 p.m.. in the Social Hall Mrs
. Max Fatness. Torah Fund chair-
. man. will present a film. "Trav-
elogue of Israel."
On Wednesday noon, a "Lunch
eon Supreme" will be held in (ha
Si.vial Hall, honoring Mr. ai
Charles Fidelman.
Sponsoring the affair an
dames Sara Akner. Geor
man. Ben Gerber, Edward Schu
i. Al Zisman. Co-ch
are Mrs. David Schwarti
v> inston.
Proceeds will go to the Religious
School The Sisterhood is ai
ate ol the Women'.- V
League.
Surdine's Wins
Fashion Citation
Burdine's has been cited for
"Fete du Soled" to benefit lo<
charities with a fashion preser
tion called "New Light on the I
Coast."
Citation came from Terrv
Associates, fashion consultant
the National Retail Merchants
SOCiation Sale- Promotion 1>;
sion.
Burdine's was among ten ot!
fashion promotion award-winnc
Citation was at NKMA's 55th .
nual convention at the New Y
Hilton Hotel.
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Southgate Group Features Comedy
Southgate Hadassah Players
were to present a musical comedy,
"Object -Matrimony," at the Hi-
biscus Auditorium on loth St. and
Alton Kd. Thursday evening.
The four-act comedy was writ-
ten by Ethel Schwartz who also
directed in cooperation with Dolly
Kramer. Both were to take lead-
ing roles, with .lack Starr and Jack
Chasin.
Soloists were to be Mitzi Joan
Saunders, George Ritter, Bea
Goldberg, Helen Frankel, Nata
I'tal. Bess Sieged, Jean and Barui
Siegel, Mike Harris, the A B '
Trio, Belle Abelson, Gertrude Blun
and Minna Chasin.
Dance numbers were to featuri
Rose Cohen. Sylvia l.evine and
Marian Tobin. Bertha Weiss ano
Jimmy Blum were to compleU the
east.
Mrs. Bert Rosenberg was to I)-
in charge of tickets. Proceeds of
the affair will go to Hadassah's
Youth Aliyah program in Israel
At a luncheon of the Women's Division of the
American Technion Society at the DiLido Hotel
honoring Mr. Carl Alpert, executive vice chair-
man of the Board oi Governors of Technion Is-
rael Institute of Technology at Haifa, are (left
to right) Mesdames Meyer A. Baskin, president
of the South Dade Chapter; Philip Thau, hon-
orary president; Milton Sirkin, president; Al-
pert; Mesdames lack Katzman, vice president;
Jack Goldberg, corresponding secretary; and
Morton Fellman, honorary president of the
South Dade Chapter.
Units to Pick
Confab Delegates
i Beach Branch 692, Work-
Circle, will meet Sunday,
.ii 25 Washington Ave., to
nominate a delegate as one of
e in represent the Workmen's
irele, Southern District, to the
national convention in New York
next May 8 to 12.
Program will include a report
Oi the recent national Board of Di-
rectors meetings by Murray Gold,
ol Miami Beach, who attended as
State of Florida director.
H. 1. Goldberg, of New York,
Vice chairman of the National Or-
ganizational Committee, will be
one of several special guests.

Miami Branch 1050 will meet on
Sunday, 8 p.m., at 1545 SW 3rd St.
There will be nomination for dele-
gates to the national convention.
Arrangements for the 18th anni-
versary dinner of the branch have
been completed, and tickets will
be available for the Saturday, Jan.
- dinner at this meeting. The
committee has arranged for Ruth
Williams and VicW Heukeleer to
entertain.
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North Dade-Broward County
Branch will have a membership
i'i" i' mi Sunday, 7 p.m.. at the
Washington Federal Auditorium,
'' NE 167th si.
in charge ol reservations are
Mrs. Sidney Feldman and Mrs.
iamin Pearl,
DPhiE Alumnae
In Book Review
Delta Phi Epsilon Alumnae As-
sociation will hold its annual book
review on Saturday, 1:30 p.m.. at
the home of Mrs. Wilbur Wishm r.
Mrs Francis Ahrams will re-
view "A Penny from Heaven, by
Max Winkler.
Proceeds will benefit Delta Phi
Epsilon Chapter at the University
of Florida. In charge of reserva-
tions is Mrs. Wishner.
for Kashruth
for Quality
The Perfect M*
for Koshering
all your meat and fowl
Men's Cub function
Temple Ner Tamid Men's Club
will present "A Night at Las
on Saturday, 7:30 p.m., in
-Sklar Auditorium of the Temple.
nairmen are [rving Cohen and
Bert Prager. President is Dr. Mi-
chael Hoi wit/
father-Son Brunch
The "Y" Men's C'hih of the Cen-
tral Branch will sponsor a father-
son membership brunch on Sun-
day, .Ian. 30, in the North Ballroom
al 11 ;i in. One ol the features of
the session will be a demonstra-
tion by Al Tudor, director of
health and physical education.
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Phone 531-6811
::iJ Mis. Bernard Schmukler (right) have endowed the
ew pharmacy at Variety Children's Hospital located in the
Wing. They are shown receiving the warm thanks of hos-
::1 executive director, William A. Taylor (left), at a luncheon
nony attended by trustees and Dr. Arthur Weiland, pio-
i orthopedic surgeon and a founder of the hospital.
Workmen's Circle ort Group Party
Miami Business and Profes
fional Group of ORT will hold a
game and card party on Tuesdaj
evening In the Recreation Room
ol Baj Park Towers Apartments
Miss Sclma Resnick is president,
and Mrs. Dorothy Turchin i chair-
man Hi 1'ic affair.
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tjenist fhridiari
Mrs. Mason Gels
JMF Citation As
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Woman ov
ra
Committee members of Temple Emanu-El Sis-
terhood. Mrs. Enid Jacobs, Mrs. Irving Cowan,
Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro, president, and Mrs.
Albert E. Ossip, chairman, meet with Dr. Ber-
nardo Benes, of the Cuban Hebrew Circle of
Miami, and Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual lead-
er of Temple Emanu-El, in setting up a program
Mrs. Palay Joins
Emanu-El School
Max Boderman. president, and
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual lead-
er, have announced the appoint-
ment of Mrs. Sara Palay to the
Confirmation Department of Tem-
ple Emanu-El Religious School.
Mrs. Palay comes from Cleve-
land 0.. where she was principal of
Cleveland Hebrew School. Rickoff
Branch, for a number of years.
She earned her degree in edu-
cation at Western Reserve Univer-
sity, Cleveland Hebrew Teachers
College and the Cleveland Talmud
Torah. and is known for her ap-
proach to Jewish education in the
Hebrew secondary school.
Mrs. Palay and her husband. Dr.
Ronald M. Palay. dentist, live at
the Brickell Town House in Miami.
to determine the needs of new immigrants
here. Clothing in good condition and canned
goods are being collected, and plans are be-
ing made to provide the newcomers with a
welcome kit to take care of some of their im-
mediate needs.
Annual Las Vegas Night
Annual Las Vegas Night affair
at Temple Zion is slated this year
foi Saturdav at the Temple.
am Bornstem
I ,nd Com*
,,. Miami, has announced
. Abraham MaMMj has
been ted JNF "Woman
nth" for Januan
Mrs Masoi to be cit<
SI ouncil meeting on Thurs-
Jaj eVening in the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
,; iest speaker was to be Bernard
I ,,. ,. m, educated and warned
in Virginia, and settled in Jeru-
in I960
;,,.,... [g employed by tlte" Mm-
istrj ol Finance in Jerusalem and
has been public relations director
lh, seat "I the Chiel Rabinate
,,.- Israel He is currentlj in this
country on a mission Topic ol Ins
address was to be "Education in
Israel "
Guest arti.-t for the evening was
t,, be lyric soprano Miss Nina Dia-
mond, accompanied at the piano
bj uka Bibor Stern.
Mrs Mason. Zionist worker for
more than 5(1 years, came to
Miami Beach from Hartford.
Conn., where she and her late hus-
band. Abraham Mason, were char-
ter members of the Zionist Or
ganization and Hadassah Women's
Organization
They also spearheaded early
JNF efforts there.
Friday, January 21
Rabbi Seltzer in Review
A Little Girl la lj
en, will be disc
Rabbi Sanford SelUer, direct<
i Southeast office, l
American Hebrew Congri
,,! a luncheon Ixiok review ii
home Ol Mrs Sylvia Silver...
\,i Baj I.'il "ii Wedoead
sp msored by the Florida v.
Division, American Jewi
- Mrs Harold Druker i~
aising chairman.
Diplomat Name
Atlas Manager
I red Atlas has been
Ii nl manager of the Dip!
West by President Irvint CttW.
Atlas brings with him Ion;
perience, having served a-
ral manager of the White Ii
Hotel
He was also recently api
'ounciiman Melvin Richnr
his second term as a menib-
the Convention Bureau Adv
Hoard of Miami Beach.
Conference Report is Heard
Regular monthly meeting o
bediker Branch of Farband I
Zionists of Miami was set
Thursday evening. Jan. 6. at V ,
ington Federal. 1234 Washn,.
\ve Branch President Joaep
Zuckerman gave a report or. '
annual conference in New V
which he attended.
MRS. SARA PAIAY
Rabbi Landau To be Heard
Mrs. Irving Quartin, program
chairman. Miami-Coral Gables
Chapter, Women's Division. Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, announces
that Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual
U ader of Congregation Beth Da-
vid, will be guest speaker at an
open meeting on Thursday. Jan.
27. 12:30 p.m.. at the Park I.;;:,
Cafeteria. Coral Way and 22nd
Ave.
Rabbi Landau, a member of the
South Florida Council and Na-
tional Commission on Jewish Af-
fairs. American Jewish Congress,
will discuss Meyer Levin's new
book. 'The Stronghold."
New members will be welcomed
by Mrs. Russell Winer, member-
ship chairman.
A report on the activities of the
Dade County Community Relations
Board will be given by Mrs. Leo
Steinberg, chairman of the Com-
mission on Community Interrela-
tions.
Mrs, Benjamin Kamen, nati
vice president. Women's Division,
American Jewish Congress, will
discuss the 1966 biennial conven-
tion to take place Apr. 27 at Gross-
inger's.
Chairman for the day will be
Mrs. Jeannette Stern, president.
Coral Gables-Miami Chapter.
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Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, spiritual leader of Jacob C. Cohen Com-
munity Synagogue, announces a special Sabbath morning
service Jan. 22 when a new Torah will be officially dedicated,
me new Torah was recently donated bv Samuel Finkel. for-
merly of Springfield, Mass.. now a member of the conarega-
hon. Dedication ceremony will be conducted in the traditional
manner under a Chupah. The Torah will be adorned with a
special silver crown and silver ornaments. President of the
Congregation Jacob C. Cohen, and Cantor Samuel Viqoda
will assist Rabbi Stern in the services.
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ay, January 21, 1966
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Paqe 3-3
Temple Belh Am celebrated its tenth anniver-
sc.-y on the weekend of Dec. 10 and 11. A spe-
cial Friday evening service was held in honor
o: Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard. marking his tenth
year as spiritual leader of the congregation,
when he and Mrs. Baumgard were presented
w.-.n a trip to Israel. The dinner dance held at
tr.% Deauville Hotel attracted some 400 mem-
be-s of the congregation. Standing (left to riqht)
Pioneers Slate
Varied Events
" o '"* Club l lunch
i i Sundaj i o>. in the Km
i. Rest luranl will be sponsored
li> Ue*da | '. h N'otkin and Ida
ar! Mrs. Miiiop i ch
i .:. i I is presi
eati Vliami Co
i' !. Women Mr- .In-.
K- .[/ :s presidenl of ( tub l Pro
c .i e earmarked for Child
i le Fund.
*
i Meir Club's next regular
I take place on vVednes-
i i Washington Federal,
u ashington Am-. Business
da '.nil he i-lwi: c.i bj Presi
Mrs. Abraham Seltzer. Cul-
tur; portion will he chaired by
Ml Mary Klein man
iesl speaker, Abraham A
G Inn. '.ice pressident, Washing-
loi i ed( Jew i- li National
i I. Pioneer \
in JNF activities
i Gerbei founder mem-
I t'da Meir club, will i<
i (i.-.. i! Kir- ovn compositions,
ui Mrs elia Beckei man will of-
fi pr igiam of Yiddi>h i
son Chili's luncheon on
Mi laj wa: s| moored I ':
.\. i; ibi nsti in at her ho
P tirie Ave Luncheon at
on V edi esdaj, Fob 2. \\ ill
11 osti 'i !>\ Mrs Ethel Bergman
mil 8 'II I'elll:
All procee are foi the
i nual quota
are Rabbi and Mrs. Sanford Seltzer, regional
director of the Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Newman, co-
chairman of the weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Feldman. co-chairman of the weekend,
and Cantor and Mrs. Michael Kyrr. Seated are
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Altschuller, Mr. and Mrs.
Baumgard.
Film to be Shown
film. "Let <>ur People Go,"
wil i>e shown at the next general
meeting of Sunshine Chapter,
i'. i B'rith Women, on Tuesday,
12 ) p m ai Washington Federal,
i NK 167th St. Program vice
pr< den: us Mrs. Samuel Kalis.m.
Shelley Winteis stars in "Two
for the Seesuw," which op-
ened Tuesday at the Roose-
velt Pkyhouse, Miami Beech,
and wil! run through Jan. 30
Co-3tarring is Kavin McCar-
thy. Miss 'v\ inters appoars as
Gittel, lllj.punt Bronx Bohemi-
on. She has been widely
hailed for her ro'.o in "The Di-
ary oi Anne Frank," lor which
she leceivod an Academy
Award.
Mother's Marc'i
To Get Proceeds
Funds raised at the Sweet Hi
birthday i .i ly lor Roosevell Tem-
ple :i:i. Pythian sisters, will he
contributed to the Mother's March
o: Dimes.
Highlight oi me Wednesdaj eve
ning affair was a candlelighting
ceremony conducted bj Mrs. Pin-
cus Bach, grand senior.
Mrs. Bernard Michelson served
as chairman.
lion of a congregation, community and nation for a
.,. rvice to ise o! Israel was expirs.=ed re-
, T : Nei Tamid-Israel Dinner of State
. bsky was honorsd and received a
Award cf Honor. Making the presentation
sary Joseph Raziel, Consul of Israel in New
! second from left>. Sharing in the pride of the occasion
ne Laboviti fleft) rnid Murray A. Shaw (l
.: ot the Temple. Some 500 members and friends of
"-mn'e Ner Tamid joined in honoring Zaretsky and pur-
i ^203,0C0 in State of Israel Bonds.
Golden Agers
To Hear Judge
Judge .lack Falk will be keynote
i aker tor the installation of offi-
., rs oi the VM and WHA Golden
v e Friendship Club on Sunday,
;. L30 p m Installing officer ill
> Khaim Gale, executive direc-
Li r oi the Y
New officers are honorary pre.-i-
rlorris Epstein; president,
\be K.inter; first vice pi esi li
Mary Kanter; second vice | i
di nt, Emma Erlich; treasurer,
Benjamin Levy: financial and r
: ecretary, Michael Tennen-
11 i'i/ and social secretary, Minnie
Rosen.
Committee chairmen ar" re
freshment, Ann Isaacs; doi r, Syl-
via Tennen hoi tz; sunshine, Minnie
Rosen; purchasing, Mary Kanter:
entertainment, Lena Goldberg; hos-
tess and telephone, Goldie Rosen-
berg; public relations. Michael
T nnenholtz; contests, Dora v. :,
and sergeant-at arms.
Jack Chudakoff.
Rabbi Drazin
Takes Pulp't At
Israelite Center
Israelite ( nter i makin.. plans
to welcome the renter'.-- new spir-
itual leader. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin.
Rabbi Drazin. born in Canada,
received his MA in educational ad-
ministration from Northwestern
University. He was ordained at
Hebrew Theological College in Chi-
cago, has had wide experience in
teaching. He is coming to Miami
from a pulpit in Missouri, where
he was active in both community
and religious affairs.
Israelite Center, a Conservative
congregation, long established in
the southwest area, has a Hebrew
and Sunday School and two ac'ive
youth groups.
Max Parness is president, and
RABBI AVROM I. DRAZIN
Albert Zisman is chairman of the
board.
JOIN THE ANNUAL
ISadassah
Spring Tour to Israel and Europe
S.S. SHALCM departing Ap-il 29, 1966
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FoSk School
Celebration Sat
David l'm-ki Folk School an-
nual c i ;ii ation will be held at the
Fontainebleau h. t< Sunday at
.'! p m
Entertainmenl will feature -i i
tol in a program
of songs and recitations in Yiddish
and Hebrew; Cantor Zvi Adler, of
Temple Emanu-EI, in new selec-
tions oi Yiddish and Hebrew -on. -;
Fishl Nashkin, humorous readings
and recitation.
Also Louis Lasavin, principal of
(lie school, and Louis Schwartz
man. executive director of the Hu
reau of Jewish Education, will par-
ticipate.
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Friday, January 21. 1968
... tzAtboai people and fh
aces

THE RED CARPET WAS OUT
Standing at the door of the Diplomat Countrj
flub was .1 trumpet player. Each guest's arrival
was heralded by the trumpeter. Three-hundred
and fiftj guests came between the hours ol five-
thirtj and seven-thirty to congratulate Marjorie
and Irving Cowan on their ninth anniversary-
I atl Sam Friedland, in fact all oi Majorie's
re there. Champagne was bubbling,
i i the hors d'oeuvres were extra special. Among
Bertha and Leonard Abess, Hope
and :, cky Pomerance, Carol and Pick Gerstein
Mrs Jack Ablin, Dr. and Mrs
; ming, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Unger,
j Tate. Iris and Harry Mufson,
Bei Ti bin. Davida and Happj
irkin brothers, Rosemarj and Mel
rriel and Larry Sii
THEY ALMOST WENT
! rman were just rea
neel I ends to
; riser in thi i or So insl
the hos
ve stitches ay, Neil
tin -ann' fi n g e r Fortunately
sisti r, Howard and Loi i are
their own i arefully.
CNLY IN NEW YORK
t< r ol Ni m e i nd Philip Li I
kowitz, is in New York, teaching in the Povertj
program in Staten Island. She sen! her folks a
< spaper ad showing a picture of a mink pil-
I > and .. mink hammock. Nettie sent an air
mail letter right oil saying they weren't interest-
< l in the least, thank you just the same.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU
Fay i.Mrs jack) Ablin entertained for Tillie
I.Mrs Hairy) Yagle and her friends In honor ol
Tillie's birthday. The champagne luncheon was at
Westview Country Club. The table was beautiful
with small trees bursting with twinkling lights
and white and blue roses and blue velvet bows
Among guests were Mrs. Al Nadler, Mrs Jack
Arvey, Mrs A. L. Glickman, Mrs. Robert Z
Greene, Mrs. Henry Williams. Mrs, Melvin Co-
hen, Mrs Lawrence Marks, and Mrs. Sam Hal-
perin
IT WAS A BLAST
The cocktail partj at the Non i ai I
Zanks was like a three ring circus, soim thin
on in even pan of the house In I
were the tennis buffs who had brouj hi o
showing the tennis match in which M
came the ( hamp at Kii
b In the dinin ,
Flats fi |.
Mel Muro
r Kaplan. Dr. 1
it home I
the pa EH:
I man were al the
D Vrthur and Judj Gilbert Mr .
Pinion came in al the same I
md A Budd Cutler. Drami ti<
, rumkes was deep in con- ersation with Hus
band Melvyn. Miriam and Phil Schiff and Mori
and Gladys Goldmed went out to saj hello to
IhelanilK group, the Ullou in the red eoat v
Nomis brother, Mort Schwartz and mother.
Mrs. Ceil Schwartz, and a favorite cousin Mvra
-sa.hs. Annapolis, Md. li was a peppy party even
H il was the daj after New Years Eve.
Frances Lehman
Brandeis Dean
Due at Tea Here
Philip DriscoU, dean of admis-
- -'ii- of Brandeis University, will
< guest speaker at a Brandeis
University N a
tional Women's
Committee. An-
nual Book Fund
Tea on Thurs-
day, Jan. 27, l
p.m.. al the home
ol Mrs. Leo Ber-
man, 4283 Meri-
dian Ave.
Driscoll h a s
been associated
W i t h Brandeis
Driscoll University since
in 1957, he was appointed di-
rect ir ol admissions, and became
dear in I960. He is also a member
"i the English Department, and
has taught a course in Irish li-
teraiure.
Mrs. Madeline B. Wall, artist's
representative, will show paintings
and sculpture in different media.
Her work, by American artists
only, will be lor sale.
Mrs. Helen Sanders. Book Fund
Vice president, is chairman of the
affa r. Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg Is
ram chairman. Mrs. Arthur
Jukowitz is president of the or-
ganization.
Harmony Chapter Luncheon
Bnai Brith Harmony Chapter
of .Miami Beach announced that
Mrs. George Ginsberg was to be
chairman of a luncheon and card
party on Thursday at the home
of President Mrs. Jack Cohen. 9556
Abbott Ave.
Hobby Show
Mapped in Gables
Mrs. Murray Smith, chairman
of the annual bazaar and hobbj
show of the Torah Group of Hadas
sah, opened her home recent l\ for
the first of a series of bruncheon
meetings at which members
committee reported on progress oi
the various projects.
The show will be held on Mon-
day. Feb. 14. at the Coral
Cables Women- Club, 1001 K.
Ponce de Leon Blvd.. startine at
10:30 a.m.
Poetry Seminar
To be Conducted
Mrs. Jack Levkoff will conduct
a poetry seminar for the National
League of American Pen Women
on Saturday. Jan. 29, 10:30 a.m..
in the Miami Women's Club.
Her topic will be 'Modern Poe-
try and Criticism."
In recent months, poetry by
Mrs Levkoff (Ruby Fogeij has ap-
peared in three literarj journals
Murray Solomon JVJV Party
Card and games party will be
- sored jointly by the Murray
non Post and Auxiliary 24:?
Jewish War Veterans, on Tuesday
I the Minyonaires. Serving as
chairman for the auxiliary is "Mrs.
Jean Kaufman and for the post
Buddy I.ogue.
Max Perlman
At the Cinema
Max Perlman comes direct from
starring in "Hello. Charlie" at the
Anderson Theatre in New York to
headline the all new Yiddish-
American bill Friday at the Cine-
ma Theatre on Washington Ave.
Also featuring Abraham G
bard, the young Israeli who scored
a great success last season, the-
Leon Schachter-produced show-
spots the impresario and his act
ress-wife. Gitel Stein, in comedv
character sketches. Stage show's
are 3. 6 and 9 p.m.. with the film
feature at 1:30, 4:30. 7:30 and
10:30 p.m.

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fserve from 20 to 1000 dinars with fine food
expertly prepared In the OLIdo's newhr
1 decorated Cotillion Room. They'll arrange for
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Home Residents
With Birthdays
To be Honored
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary. Jewish Home for the \ i
will sponsor the January monthly
bnthday party at Douglas Gardens
!; 1 N'L 52nd St., on Sunday. 2 p.m.
Mrs. Laurence Silveiinan. Aux-
iliary president, will give the mes-
sage of welcome. All residents
whose birthdays occur in January
will be honored.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky. program
chairman, will introduce Rabbi
niel Lowy, spiritual leader of
Temple Sinai of North Miami, who
Will present the junior choir of his
congregation in a musicale "Fid.
dler on the Roof." Mrs. Darnel
LOW} will narrate.
-Next monthly meeting of the
Auxiliary is set for Tuesday 12-30
P-m., at the Algiers Hotel" '
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, past presi-
dent. Miami Beach chapter of
HadassahwW give the invocation^
andJto HatUe Wagner will offer
a selection of songs, with Mrs
Olga Bibor Stern at the piano. '
Temple Judea
Dinner Dance
Joseph Krefetz. Temple Judea
Pfi annual dinner dance will hc,a
on Saturday evening a. the Tern-
Reception, at 7 d m u-ili k
flowed by d,nner.Pdanci^ "anbdC
entertainment with the Vallv
nad^na^rches*ra- **y s.S
and -Napoleon Reed
M .r'vin ye'Vin "arrison a"d Mrs
I Marvin Lev,n^ ^e co-chairmen.
B'nai Raphael Brunch
LS.ftS Synagogue Youth of
Bnai Raphael will hold Sundav
morning sen-ices and a noon
brunch followed by a movie a2
| an afternoon ice-skating party
I
'. ; kcr recently
\-.ith Mrs. Herbert H, I
i :me the I:
lical nuclear phys
Temple Zion Ladies' Program
A program entitled New Home J Brown, vice president, I
of Learning" was held at the Janu Branch of National Women- i
ary meeting of Temple Zion Sis. gue (.f United Synagogui
terhood on Wednesdaj America. .Mrs. Max Pawl
Participating were Rabbi Rich- Temple Zion Sisterhood trea
aid M E. MarcovitZ, spiritual and Rabbi Alfred Waxman. I
leader Ol Beth Moshe; Mrs Arthur pic Zion spiritual leader.
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Friday, January 21, 1966
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Cong. Chapter To Hear Report
Airs. Anna White, program
chairman of the Louise Wise
Chapter of the American Jewish
Congress, announces that Joseph
I. Yanich. regional director of
American .Jewish Congress, will
be guest speaker at an open meet-
ing Thursday. Jan. 27, 1 p.m.. at
Miami Beach Federal Auditorium,
8th St. and Washington Ave
Yanich. who has recently re-
turned from a trip to Israel and
Spain, will speak on "Israel Af-
ter Eight Years" and "New Spai
isfa Jewish Communities." Slide-
will be shown with Mr. Yan.ch
talk.
A special candlelighting cen
niony under the direction of Mrs
Morris Raymer in honor of spe
cial occasions in the live- ol mem
bers will precede the report.
Mr-. Louis Ci hen. membershi
chairman, will welcome new mem-
bers. Airs. Joseph Albuquerqui
president, will conduct the meel
inn.
Tom Adams, Secretary of State, spoke at the are Paul Kwitney, counsel for the group; Mrs.
meeting of the Council of Jewish Congrega- Saul Penick treasurer; Mrs. Sidney Kay, vice
tional Pre-School Teachers of South Florida president; Mrs. Leo D. Brandeis, president;
on Jan. 6 in the Social Hall of Temple Men- Secretary Adams; and Mrs. Nathan Stern, sec-
orah, where he issued a Certificate of Incor- retary.
poration to the Teachers Group. Left to right
Pre-School Staff
In Program Here
Six session, for preschool teach-
\ rs hat i' been organized bj t!'1'
incil of Jewish Con r I u
chool Teacl ei "f South Fl
: the Bureau ol J< w ;-! E
, i i uesda> evenin Mrs
mull r distri
i ountj public si h

sew l rends"
This subject was followed up
by o.jen discussions on Wcj.
c*ay. On Jan. 26, Rabbi Samuel
April, of Temple Or Olom, ?ab-
ri Kipper, of Temple Judc.i,
and Samuel J. Leioowitz, educa-
ion director of Temple Emanu-
El, will form a panel to discuss
'Jewish Concepts for the Pie-
Schcol Child," to be followed on
ceb. 2 by open discussion
l'. h 9, Dr. Alma David, of
ii (Jniversit) of Miami, will lead
i problem clinic on "Parent-
reacher Relationships in the Pre-
School." Her subject will be fol-
l>\^<(t by open discussion on i'e i
i.
All sessions will lie held I't Il'.e
ffices of the Bureau of Jewish
I duration, :;40 Lincoln ltd.
Mrs. Leo D. Brandeis Is presi-
dent oi the Council of Jewish Con-
regational Pre-School Teachers
South Florida, which has re-
c entiy received its ch rter of in-
oi :> alion r >m Tom Kit Sec-
. l.ny oi stale of Florida.
Yc Arthur Dairy Names Firm
The McArtbur Jersey Farm
Dairy ": Mlckelberry of Miami as its ad-
vertising agency, according to ad-
vertising director, Joseph A. Weil.
'he selection was made by an exe-
cutive committee under the direc-
tion of J. Neville AIcArthur, presi-
dent, and comprised of Mrs. James
Davis, vice president. J, Doyi.e
York, executive director, and Weil.
Breakfast Series Resumes
M. Jay Berliner, chairman of the
Businessmen's Breakfast Series
sponsored by the A dult Educa-
tion Institute of Beth David Con
lation, has announced that the
co I iemi ter breakfast series
I i luhi on Wednesdays, ;; a.m..
ing nexl week Breakfasts
will be in thi Socii I Hall and dis
! be led bj Ra i !
the
Academy Choir
Due on Television
\i U my i "hoir will ap-
this coming Sundaj o\ i1
w'l K !, Ch. 7 .ii 10 a m.
I he choir w ill presi nl .. i antata
written by Jacques Donnet and
directed by Mrs Miriam Donnet of
the Academy staff.
The "Still Small \dice' program
will be introduced by Rabbi Alex-
tinder S. Gross, principal.
Members of the choir arc Robin
Berkowitz. Aviva Swirsky, Sylvia
Fruchter, Alisa Geiger, Linda Au-
genstein, Marc Rosenblum, Wil-
liam Greenberg, Kenneth Sam
liels, David Abramowitz, Martin
rman, Rebecca Babouri, Linda
Ehrenreich, Mindy Bastacky, El-
len Zisquit, Baylene Bogin, Dahlia.
Abramowitz, David Sternshein,
Craig licai r. Lenore Bienenfeld,
Davui Berger, Shraga Gross, Paul
Ackerman.
And Shellylynn Muchnik, Ger-
trude Weiss. Maritz Ejenbauin,
Jan Safra, Linda Zuckennan, Jane
Post. Howard Wittels. Jacob Weiss,
Harry Peters, Neal Wittels, Soryl
Schreiber, Howard Seif.
Also Marlcne Aranoff. Karen
Stern. Susan Moss. Shari Pollack,
Rhonda Kass. Joel Breeh, Larry
Genet, Saul Abusiewicz, Lawrence
Gladsden.
Narrators are Ike Goldembcrs.
Brian Zalis. Barbara Berkowitz,
and Judith Malavsky.
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coco
NOTED JEWISH CLOWN
Coco Paves Way
For Ringling Show
Opening Friday
Known simply as "Coco, the
Clown." just as his father and
grandfather were l>efore him. a
charming gentleman with an out-
landish red nose, bright green hair
and the most disarming smile in
the world is one of the very im-
portant members of Ringling Bros
and B a r n U m & Bailey Circus,
which opens at the Miami Beach
Convention Hall on Friday evening
for a four-day stand.
Coco's official title is that of
'"advance clown" for the Greatest
Show on Earth. He arrives in each
of the 60 cities on the circus itin-
erary two weeks before the Bin
Show opens its engagement there.
Making his debut as advance
clown with this year's 96th edition
of the Ringling three-ring spectac-
ular, Coco met Miami > officials,
talked to important newspaper
writers and columnists and made
appearances on local radio and
television shows to let children of
all ages know that the circus was
on its way here.
Coco's real name is Michael IV
lakov. who was horn in Riga, Lat-
via. His father. Nicolai Polakov,
had an extensive Jewish upbring-
ing, appearing in many Yiddish
plays, including the "Golem," be-
fore settling on the circus. In 1929,
the Polakov family left Latvia for
Germany. Three years later, they
went to live in England.
Coco's mother. Valentina, born
in Russia, was also a circus per-
former. "Today. Mom's just a
housewife," toco declared, adding
that "just recently. Dad was pre-
sented with the Order of the Brit-
ish Empire."
Coco's brother, also a circus
clown, is known as Sasha Coco.
: His sister has performed as a lady
clown under the name of Cocotina.
Coco lives in Sarasota with his
wife and six children. The eldest,
his son, now in the Marines, plans
on becoming Coco IV.
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We
the
Women
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Pegg} fMrs Julius) Rosenberg has the most adorable
Southern accent, and no wonder. She was born in New Or-
leans and spent most of her years in Montgomery, Ala.
An active youngster, who could ride a horse or play base-
ball as well as any boy. she was also always a "little
mother" to all the kids in her neighborhood. Her grand-
parents lived in Natchez, Miss and it was there that she
first became interested in antiques. Her great aunt was
Firsl Lady of the Garden Pilgrimage, which plays such an
important part in Natchez society.
Peggy attended college in Tal-
lahassee, where she studied inte-
rior decorating, After graduation,
she went to New York to work in
. buying office, where she v as
a fashion commentati r. II
m clothes is i
.... ...
< to
By.
Sim< wn
the ..

PEGGY She
year* I
inity in w --> and
mmunity.
For' three i1' has Si und
,\ -. for 'I i :.: le lsra< 1 -
is a<':.e in Sisi thei spi ity chain
a "natura she likes
- ha\ ing them her. 'her
acti\ ities. thi
- currentlj active in thi Women Divi-
lewish Appi al
Her enthusiasm is heart-warming and that Southern
charm is apparent everywhere. Adroit with her hands.
Peggy can sew and is an excellent designer. The Rosen-
bergs are ardent football and baxhall fans, and always
go to the Yale-Harvard football Lame so thai Julius can
cheer his alma mater, dear old Eli. They spend many hours
reading. Peggy like.- current fiction and biographies
Ardent hi idgi rs, they ean argue incessantly about
a hand in the end. Peggy always wins. The Rosenbergs
delight in travel, especially Europe, with Italy as their
most favorite Kindness is inherent in Peggy it's as
much a part of her nature as the sparkle in her eves and
the warmth of her smile
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Miami Buys $3,076,800
For Record Bond Year
FESTIVAL OF STARS ... PACE 14-B
Miamians purchased S3.076.800' feat of the Egyptians Co the 1951
Sinai campaign.
in Israel Bonds in 1965. This rec-
ord-breaking total was reported by
Rabbi Leon Kronish, chairman of
the Greater Miami Israel Bond Or-
ganization, al the first 1966 I
of Governors luncheon meeting
Monday.
The meeting was hosted b\ for-
I- ael Bond ( hairman Leon.
' hi- Gull American
A specia il er at the
M i Dayan,
er Chief i Israel
Army, who c ed Israel's
Armed Forci in I
Aviva Chapter Meeting
Aviva Chapter. Mizrachi Wom-
en, will have a fashion show and
candlelighting ceremony for life
Mason, Dressier
Exchange Vows
Lind Joyc. Dressier and Mau-
S mday. '
chard Marco' il i
tl e noon weddin held
. Hotel where a recepti
lowed
Daughter oJ Mr. and Mrs i
gar l Dressier. 2531 SW 25th St .
the bnd. is a gra I ate oi Miami
Senior High and has a BA degree
In English from the L'niversii) i I
B here shi also did Brad i-
ate work in guidance, she
ed Florida Atlantic I niver-itv for
additional graduate work an.I is
a member of Hillel B'nai B'rith
Girls and Mensa.
For the ceremony, new Mrs.
Has n chose a floor-length gown
of peau de sole and Tiffany hue.
with lace train attached at the
shoulders The bodice featured scal-
loped neckline and long sleeves,
and the ensemble was completed
with a fingertip veil She wore
heirloom pearl- and earned white
orchids on a Bible
Honor attendants were Mrs
ird Grundstein and Miss Bi I
ti Weiner. Cordon K ti
- best man. and
H ert Ber
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B ys, New > ;
and Gi or e Was
t -n I: ly. N iw a CPA. h
a BBA in aci
Dr. Aaron Kalian, executive di-
rector of the Israel Bond Organ-
ization, announced the formation
"! < "in cil ol Chairmen to repre-
sent Greater Miami's .
organizations, In. h rise apartment
: .'i"i other importanl
" n Com,
i will become a per-
iuncl ol the Israel
organization
I'i .Kahan outlined the 1966
aign. noting that the
event will be the Labor /
and Pioneer Women "Chal" Is-
rael Dinner of State on Feb. 13
honoring Mr. and Mrs. Louis B
Rudnick.
He not.d that Israels 18th an-
niversary will be celebrated this
Friday, January 21 l?n~
Judi Shapiro,
William Gate
Are Engaged

.. i Mr- Edwan
i0 Broadview Ter.. Ba> Il .-
have announcei
ent "I their daug
v, ill am, -"" of Mr and
Alan Gale, 8842 Emer-
Both graduates oi Miami B>
High, 'he bride-elect is now at1
il a medical technical -, I
Miami. Her fiance is n .
hotel and restaurant mans
t Mann Dade Junior < i
Following the nuptiai-
9 at the Diplomat Countr\
and a honeymoon in Jamaica
couple plan to live in the Vt
Apartments. No. Miami.
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MRS. MAURXt MASCN
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and
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frene Rubin WSI!
Wed Physician
Mr and Mrs l *ard Rubin,
6th St I announced
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I I'atricii to Dr. F
: Harr Jr son oi Mr and
Root rt Harris Sr ll"'.i SW
63rd Ter
The bride-elect is a graduate ol
Miami Senior High, attended the
l niversity of Alabama School of
Nursing and has a BS degree in
nursing from the University of Mi-
ami.
Her fiance attended the Itmcr-
sitj oi Alabama Pre-Medical School
and is a graduate of the Univer-
sit) of Tennessee College ol Medi
cine.
lie completed hi- internship and
residency at Jackson Memorial
Hospital, with two years ol spe-
cialt) training at Veteran's Hos-
pital. A lieutenant commander in
he United states Naval Reserve,
he is now specializing in cardiol-
ogy and internal medicine in (.'or
a| Cables.
An April wedding is planned for
the couple.
Miss Gans Eyes
February Rites
Mr and Mr- Abe Cans, of 2154
sv, 16th st announce the ei
menl <>t their daughter. Susan U -
lie, to Michael II Goldberg.
"i Mr and Mrs Charles
Paterson, N. .1 the pro
spective bridi room is a gra
ol Fa .-:. ii. ;. nson i niversity.
future bride is a gra
ed Miami Dade J.....or Colli i
A Mi ng is planned.
Hadassah Groups
Plan Functions
Forte Towers Group <
sah will hold an Eye ;
in the Can! Room of I
ers Apartments on Monda 1
P m Mrs I'' .i'i ice Lu.v \
Mr- Fannie Pomei
men. and Mr- Susan I
h S. W ,c Group
s,ih
tnchi
larsh udil
P Willin and M
1 are < ha nnen anc
Mintu -..
ted to hel
Morton Towers Group
-al; will '
; Hotel on
Frieda robey, n
will be ho
members and spon
Singers Group
Now Rehearsing
Miami Beach Comm
ers installed new offici -
daj evening at Morton l
Restaurant.
Slate includes Prae-,
Abel-. Zena Goldberg, Kat
Lippman; vice presidents,
trude Canter. David Lippmai
retaries, Ella Morgan, Berth
telbaum, Fran Furschman;
urcr. Philip Katzen; librana
publicity director. Muriel
son
Board of Directors are I
Arnold. Marion Barlly. S
Beer. Rose B Cohen. Eli.
Farbstein, Edith Rothstein,
Sacks, Bernie Sager and Ab-
pa port.
Under the leadership of
director. Ben Yomen. the I
is now rehearsing for its a
appearance at the Miami
Auditorium on Mar. 12.
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Wif
.i/cnrs,
c^Jult 2Li
HEBREW Academy of Creator
Miami held its 18tli annual
scholarship dinner last week at
the DeauviUe Hotel. Chairman of
the evening was Leonard Rosen.
His wife chose a gown in tur-
quoise chiffon with gold embroid-
ery and large silver paillettes in
vertical lines. Her empire waist
line was defined with a turquoise
band of satin. Mrs. Louis Merwit-
.'cr, whose husband is president of
chiffon with gold embroidery and
i -liver paillettes in vertical
s. Her empire waistline was
: w iili a turquoise band of
! s Louis Merwitzer,
and is president of
Academj el 1-
Persian brocade sheath Ith
; and sili r threa Is interwov-
i, the pattern,
Mi- Samuel Rei ard's i
i -, in iv n had a matt
nmmi d with white Is.
\ olack silk repe sh lb >
. ii ; neckline wa- worn undi r
ii,:i!:(d gold lame coat, which
Mrs. M, 11 Rosi ise brought
> ironi Italy. Mrs. Irving
hrman's black silk crepe gown
lined an illusion bodice trim-
II l (I With let heads Her lull
length coal I;.id black mink cuffs
i, the bracelet length sleeves.
Wife of the honorary presi-
dent, Mrs. B. I. Binder,
chose ice lemon satin in a sheath
silhouette with a matching jack-
et. An ivory brocade dinner gown
and jacket was worn by Mrs
Mayer Alu amowitz. Hot pink bro-
cade in the A line silhouette skirt
with a matching coat was Mrs.
Seymour Kisenherg's selection
for the Chai dinner Seafoam
green matellasse with a bateau
neckline and controlled fullness
in the skirt was seen on Mrs.
Marvin Schreiber. Mrs. Jonah
Oaplan's powder blue brocade
dinner ensemble had a matching
colored satin ovcrblouse.
Guests of honor were Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Genet. One of the
original founders. Mr. Genet is
honorary president of the Aca-
demy, and the Genets were also
celebrating their 50th wedding
anniversary at the scholarship
dinner. Mrs. Genet was attired in
a gold-glazed ribbon two-piece
lace gown made in Paris, with a
sheath skirt and waist-skimming
iverblouse. Her full-length coat
was cut in a modified capo style
Mrs. Jerry Schechter's emerald
zreen satin featured the one
shoulder treatment and gold
Moral embroidery. Silver ribbon
lace with a shocking pink satin
cummerbund was worn by Mrs.
Sidney Stein. Mrs Harry I
Davis chose an ice blue metallic
brocade sheath with a portrait-
collared jacket. A two-piece
peach colored silk brocade was
worn by Mrs. Zev Litenatsky
Mis. Jack Katzman's mint grcn
siik gown featured deep inverted
pleats at thi' sides accented with
crystal beading.
lJRS. Matthew Zuckerman's
"" mble v. as custom de-
ntiq Japanese
;.i' ic i... floral motif in mu Hi-
I V i I lone-- w as on a
round of -old satin. Her
ii was topped with
flared jacket. A
white brocade dinner suit was
Alex Miller, A tur-
quoisi .i. theati e ensemble
on Mrs. Joe Malek.
Mrs Z\i Bi i r's i merald n i n
own had the
i blouse bodice
Wife oi die Academy's princi-
pal. Mrs. Alexander Gross, chose
an ice pink satin with an ,i!i
lac< bodice embroidered with
pink satin-lined bugle bead- Mrs.
Si.i ,iard Broad's dinner ensemble
was ;;i an unusual while import
ed silk fabric, with gold and cry
stal bea ling embroidered on the
lilted bodice.
While Alaskan silk was the fab-
ric choice oi Mrs, Joseph Cohen.
The collar of her jacket was en-
crusted with crystal beads. Mis.
David Lehrfield's beige siik chif-
fon was custom-designed, featur-
ing an illusion neckline, sheer
long sleeves, a fitted bodice,
bouffant skirt, and inserts of
beige chantilly lace scattered
over the gown.
Morris Library donaisd to Temple Adcrth Ye-
sliurun was dedicated during Friday eve-
ninq service* ct the Temple. 1025 NE Miami
-ens Dr. Displaying plaque to go on the
i\- entrance are Samuel Morris (left and
Mrs. Mcnis 'right*, fionkina Mark Jan*
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OPXHESTRAS
INSURE THE SUCCfSS Of
WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS
AND Alt SOCIAl FUNCTIONS
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Dr. Arzt Due
At Luncheon Here
Dr. Max Arzt. vice chancellor of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America, will be guest speaker
at the Beth Da-
vid Sister hood
annual combined
campaign Torah
Fund luncheon
on VV e d n esday.
The affair, slated
for 11:30 a.m..
will be held in
S|H'ctor Hall.
In charge of
information a r e
Dr. Max Ant M|. Norman
Sholk and Mis. M. 11. Clazer.
Dr. Arzt is the author of Tal-
mudic researches, which appeared
in the Jubilee Volumes published
i-i honor ol Prof Alexander Marx
and Prof. Mordecai M. Kaplan. He
,- contributing editor of Juda-
ism.' I'r Aral is also the author
ol "Justice and Mercy A Com
mentary on the Liturgy of the New
Year and the Day of Atonement."
<_? ocialite
Continued from Page 1-B
York City, at the Continental .
Miami Beach mortician Blasberg
recently v. a- a delegate to the
national convention of the Jew-
ish Funeral Directors of Ameri-
ca, 1 eid in Miami Beach.
:-
Many special events celebrat-
ed at Chandlers during the past
several weeks Dinner party
hosted by the Irving Cissens cele-
brated the arrival of a grandson,
their first And for Rose and
Murray Franklin, it was a happy
anniversary which was heighten-
ed by a thoughtful phone call
from Roberta Sherwood in Chi-
cago Special guests for Mr.
and Mrs, Nathan Keusch were
daughter and son-in-law. Rabbi
and Mrs. Bernard Shoter. of Sar-
asotP. who were on hand to at-
t nd i reception for the Israeli
Amb -

Bi that "ole black
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night Dore's Restaurant, is
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Miss Cheryl Rosenbluth will sing
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To be presented on Jan. 29 and
30 in the North Miami Beach Audi-
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The role ol Capt. Von Trapp will
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For s and Jean Eisenberg
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and liana where the --hip will
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to celebrate the 90th birthdaj of
Charles Kosenthal on May 6 it
the Delmonico lloiel.
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Friday, January 21 1966
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Miarniteir^loTSuccessful '66 Combined Appeal
Merchants Set High
Goal to Net Increases
DAVID CATSMAN
A goal of $110,000 has been sel
by the Mercantile Division ol the
Combined Jewish Appeal for the
1966 campaign, a substantial in-
crease over last year's goal set by
the division.
The goal was sel at a "thank
von" luncheon held recently and
announced by Mercantile Division
Co-Chairmen Joseph E. Brooks
and William S. Ruben.
The Combined Jewish Appeal,
. which this year has set an over-
Si all campaign goal of SI.566.666. is
a division of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation which serves
Cats man to Chair
Westview Day For
Federation Here
' in, of
n named
Feh at the
(view-
Luck-
i Colun rsity and
o B I in Luckman is
i ;
all Hall ol Fame Westview
trj Club i- underwritin
this year's Westview Feder
. tion daj.
has served as a co-
the event in pasl
ie annual Westview-Fed-
golf tourna-
cktail part) and stag
i
CatsTijn, secretary of the Fed-
eration, is a hoard member of
p|* Israel and a trustee at
Mt. Sinai Hospital. He is a past
rman of the Real Property
Prcbsfe and Trust Law Section
of the Florida Bar and a past
president of the Bayshore Ex-
change Club.
II, has setved as a board mem-
ber "I the Jewish Family and Chil-
- ice, Federation, and the
Community Relations Committee
American Jewish Commit-
tee.
He Ie of the Ui
sity ol M i I igan, where he also
received his la'
The Westview Ft deration Di
one ol the sporting-social high-
lights of the annual Combined
'i Appeal campaign, "Soci-
ability will be the keyword of the
day." Catsman said,
more than 50 agencies locally, r.a-
tionalb and overseas
The $110,000 goal represents
an increase over the $85,000
raised from 50 contributors last
year and $70,000 from 311 con-
tributors in the 1964 campaign
for the Mercantile Division of
the CJA.
Those taking a leading and ac
live role In the 1968 Mercantile Di-
vision (hn < are:
Louis I Davis. Burdine's. and
Herman Hammer. Jordan Marsh.
associate chairmen; Harry Mi*
rachi, King Kole, Inc chairman
of the apparel group; Miss Bea
Feldman, Burdine's. and Bernard
Ian Marsh, co-chairmen
ol the apparel group: Murray
: S Fifth v
chairman of '; tmenl and
i group: Hyman Lipzin,
:. D rtmenl store, and
ell ||. Wcisblatl Jordan
Marsh, co-chairmen of I ie home
loll M So-
li _. s| i man of the
ip: A J
Conl l :'>
Eabino-
vitz Miami i enter,
i
chaii nan ol
Iho shoos group.
Highlight of the luncheon will
be the presentation of the
Harold B. Bosworth Memorial
Award inaugurated as part of
the Combined Jewish Appeal
last year to an outstanding mem-
ber of the Mercantile Division
in recognition of dedicated serv-
ice to the community, to the in-
dustry and to philanthropy.
year, John \. Serbin was
the first recipient of the aw,ml,
Brooks and Ruben slated.
m
*-.
Cryrtal House Committee lor the Combined Jewish Appeal
makes plans for a dinner on Jan. 31 in the Crystal House D.:
ing room. Lelt to right are Louis Harris, vice chairman o'
CIA Residents and High Rise Division, discussing dinner pi
with Crvstal House co-chairman, Charles Reskin, and
man. Philip Lustine. Lustine is a loimer B'nai B'rith "W
Year" and previous':-/ was chairman ol the Co-.
tt in Prince George County, Md., Heart Fund, M
the Salvation Army. Reskin is a founder ''
tspital, one ot thi eticiary agencies,
also a r- ;iicago.
HiGHSISE MEEIS R.'SPOiiSIDillTY
Crystal House In
Dinner for Drive
CJA Units Map All Out Support
Crysl il House Committee for
the 1966 Combined Jewish Appeal
has scheduled a dinner for <> p.m .
Monday, Jan 31, in the I
House Dinin Room, accordi
Louis Hani-. CJA N ice cha I
Residents and High Rise
Division, and Philip Lustine. Cry-
stal House chairman for the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
Ci chairing the committee with
Lustine are Richard B, Ayan -
Morris Norian and Charles Reskin.
First meeting of the hotel and
ol the 1966 Corn-
Jewish has been
scheduled for Sunday. Jan. 2:1. 10
in the Aladdin Room of the
Algiers 11' ording to Dade
State Attorney, Richard K. Ger-
stein, coordinator for the food.
motel restaurant and allied
trades division.
Assisting Gerstein with the
i reakfast meeting for the hotel
nd motel groups will be Jerry
Sussman. of the Carillon Hotel, and
ph M Rose, Of the Royal Palm
Hotel, who are co-chairmen of the
hotel group, and Morton Stein, of
the Colonial Inn, and David Porvin,
representing the Ocean Shore Mo-
tel, who are co-chairmen of the
motel group.
The Jan 23 breakfast meeting
will be the kick-off to the hotel and
motel group campaign and. ac-
cording to Gerstein, success is pre-
dicted "because of the outstanding
number of volunteer workers who
will be guiding this division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal which
-erves more than 50 agencies lo-
cally, nationally and overseas."
BO$WORTH AWARD
A special committee of the Mer-
cantile Division is scheduling a
meeting for Jan. 26 to review sug-
gested candidates for the second
Successful meeting for the 1966 Combined Jewish Appeal was
held recently at Point View North when Rabbi Leon Kronish
(center), spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, was guest
speaker. Robert M. Robbins (left) and Nathan Newman, shak-
ing hands with Rabbi Kronish, are co-chairmen of the building
m the Residents and High Rise Division of the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal
annual Harold B. Bosworth Memor-
ial Award.
The award i- an annual presenta-
tion given to an individual in the
Mercantile Division which encom-
passes apparel, department and re-
tail stores, home furnishings, jew.
elry and shoes groups, and other
sections of the division.
The meeting of the special com-
mittee was announced by William
! S. Ruben, co-chairman of the Mer-
cantile Division.
The Harold B. Bosworth Me-
morial Award was inaugurated last
year, and the first recipient was
noted local civic leader John N.
Serbin. The award was presented
at a Mercantile Division luncheon.

SEACOA$T TOWER$
Seacoast Towers North Commit-
tee of the 1966 Combined Jewish
Appeal has scheduled a breakfast
at Seacoast Towers North for res-
idents on Sunday, Feb. 6. 10 am.
in the buildings coffee shop, ac-
cording to committee co-chairmen,
Samuel Gerson, flyman Rubin and
Max Weitz.
Guest speaker at the breakfast
will be Rabbi Irving I.ehrman. spir-
itual leader of Temple Kmanu-El.
Seacoast Towers North Commit-
tee includes Morris Berliner, Dr.
Samuel Betagole, J. Julius Brown.
Leo Cowan, Harry DeJur, Martin
Fleischman. Joseph R. Friedman.
S. David Friedman. Joseph Gendel-
man, Irving Gluck, Joseph Gould.
Harry Herman. Al Isaacson, Ches-
ter Kopelman. Harold A. I.evey.
Charles S. Merwitzer. Murray Na-
dell, Samuel H. Popkin, Samuel
Resnick, Casdan Roberts, Benja-
min K. Schvvedel, Albert Toll,
! Samuel E. Weiner and Sidney
i W'ollman.
Guest speaker at the dinner will campai n
bo Gorshon Avner, Isn i
idoi to i 'anada.
Crystal H Coi
lx rs for the i I Jev ish
. ampaij n are A.- It
nor, Louis Bresler, Mui
Drexler, Joseph H, Gardnei
Hitti i Dr. Sigmund Klein. J.
Gerald U wis, Jacob Lowy, Max
, hell, Julius Rosenber Irving
N Stern and Philip Thau.
Crystal House is one of the maj-
buildin in the CJA Residents
II h Rise Division ot the 1966
A cocktail party on behalf of the 1966 Combined Jewish Ao-
rtal was arranged recently by Samuel Steen (left) and Sam ft
Ooldman. co-chairmen of the David William Apartment-Hotel
mtheResidents and High Rise Division of the CJA, which this
JnZ ag0al ?f S1'566'666 fr more than 50 agencies lo-
cally, nationally and overseas. Steen. an attorney, and Gold-
taiinnnPrh!S^e'tbr?Uli ^ ComPY. announced the cock-
RenK c'r he C,?v!S ^^^ 5 p.m.. Jan. 27. in the
Rendezvous Room of the David William A^rtmeat-Hotel. Ger-
gtesttpTke^18 **** Canada, will be feezed


1
Bay, January 21. 1966
* Itmlsh FkirfdHi'tiin
Page 11-B
IL Director Warns That Much Remains
be Done in Battle Against Prejudice
IV.. our efforts in these past
des in the fight for freedom
brought many fruits." Ben-
in R. Epstein declared lure
ay.
i
le national executive director
Be Anti Defamation League of
it B'rith. speaking al a Florida
Regional Board meet in in
|Dupont l'laza Hotel, said that
have seen organized anti-
iitism, quota systems at eol-
discrimination in resort ho-
tels, outspoken attacks on Jews and
quiet prejudice in our lifetime.
"And," he added, "we have
struck vigorous blows against
these evils with real results."
But. cautioned the aim. exei u
live, I see little point today in
applauding ourselves for the past
The forces of evil are still with
us
Pointing to the Ku Klux Klan as
an "invisible empire.' Epstein no-
rechner and Dade School System
scetve Abess Award at ADL Board Meet
. i. Brechner was Sunday
I i the Lei nard l W ess
fcrd in Human Rel itions at a
i Ri gional Board meetin oi
Defanii tion U ague oi
ti B Mih.
I e iwner of WFTV in Orlando,
received the award in <
ttion with the Dade County
i stem, \< cepting the award
! schools here were Dr. Joe
I perintendenl ol schools,
Mrs. Helene Vosloh, member
he Dade County Board oi Pub-
Instruction,
Jrechner told the 200 leaders
thered from across the State
| Florida that "My self-serving
, ose In my work is that I
tier like our country and our
nocracy, and I don't want to
it spoiled nor our freedoms
Mbited. This country and its
ts are one of my most per-
pal possessions.
could never escape, if 1 tried.
| acknowledgement of my Jew-
history, and of the terrible
Jm, struggles and injustices suf-
led by my past and recent tore-
Kid Brechner: "it may have
jfii a land of struggle for my par-
Is. but I have been the benefi-
j-y of the heritages that existed
kl that they believed were here
what they always called Amer-
.. And 1 hope to keep them, as
Jg as I live, for myself, for oth-
as well, and for my own son
lid those who live in this world
Ith him and his children in fu-
ll!, generations."
flie award went to Brechner for
furthering Uie goal of better hu-
ll an relations and contributing
|i>rMaMially to the well-being of
:alk Becomes
Senior Judge
. tldge Jack A. Falk became Sen-
Jfc-r Judge of the Criminal Court of
uiecord of Dade County last Wed-
Bitda>. and was elected Presid
(in. Judge of the Criminal Court of
Record by the other judges of the
Criminal Court.
Folk served five years in the
^^Cri initial Court before becoming
Senior Judge.
lie will be a candidate for Cir-
, ci.it Court in the May Democratic
Primary, for a term starting in
j January, 1967.
citizens ol Floi
'I he Dad< County
SJ stem H IS ho
.mi nation in fulfilling i!
can dream ol a
cation to a
At a mo-rini ssion o' t'>e
Florida Board of the ADL, the
League voted to cooperate with
the House unAmerican Activi-
ties Committee in its investiga-
tion of the Ku Klux Klan, follow-
ing a report by Paul Seiderman,
national ADL commissioner,
who urged that the ADL "volun-
teer information and records
and names rather than to wait
and be subpoenaed."
The hoard also heard a report
by Burnett Roth and Judge Milton
Friedman on the recent contro-
versy surrounding the cross on the
Dade County Courthouse during
the Christmas season. Roth sug-
gested that an ADL study be made
regarding religious symbols on
public property prior to taking an
official stand.
Opening remarks were offered
by .Indue William L. Pallot. chair-
man of the Florida Board.
ted that "the size of the Klan is
not importantits power to spread
terror is "
Calling attention to other sour-
ces of trouble for the Jewish min-
ority. Epstein pointed to the Na-
tional States Rights Party, which
"wants to deport all Jews to Is-
rael.'" and the Minutemen. "who
are arming themselves against a
take-over In the so called Com-
munisl conspiracy."
And yet, charged Epstein,
"these groups are small in num-
ber compared to the extremists
in the more respectable radi-
cal i ij!it." Referring particular-
ly to the John Birch Society, the
Schwarz Anti-Communist Cru-
sade ar.d the Billy James Har-
gis movement, the ADL official
said they are in one way or an-
other dedicated to equaiini Com-
munism with Judaism, 'We taw
Adclf H'tltr blaiie all the
"-> was opposed to as Com-
u ist," Epstein w.irned.
......'
loin not
,\
s ciety. and Bin.li
. > !ii"ni- such as i. '
I i i n I i ::
Dr, u illiam D of Sarasota
Ep '. in chai -<-.[ the in wil h $ a's
such a. the imp achment i I
premc Court Chiel Justice Earl
vVarren, tin declaration ol former
President Eisenhower as an agenl
of the Communists, and the devel-
opment of a climate of opinion
which would see the U.S. as an
insane asylum in the hands of its
inmates.
Warning that "we have a big
job ahead of us," Epstein told
the Florida Board meeting that
the noted French novelist Emile
Zola, in the case of Capt. Drey-
fus, once said: "If Dreyfus thinks
I am doiryj this for Dreyfus,
Dreyfus is a fool. I am doing it
for France."
"What we are doing." Epstein
said, "is not for the Jew. the Ne-
gro, the Catholic. We are doing it
lor America"
i : '.', )rl and Dr. ]
h (center and
de Ccun"- scl
at o luncheon mec.r
Anri-Deian
P Hoi S nday. ei and I
tern v re pn snl Ihe annua L ion trd L
." bess : Human Re aticn .
Ncme Kronengold
Founder Member
George Kronengold, of George
Kronengold Travel Service. Inc.
540 Arthur Godfrey Rd., has been
notified of his appointment as a
founder member of the Institute of
Certified Travel Agents.
Founder members are required
to have a minimum of 10 years in
the travel industry, the last five on
the executive level.
The appointment authorizes
Kronengold to be designated as a
certified travel counselor.
Kronengold recently celebrated
his 4lst anniversary in the travel
industry.
Yoakers T Gets Aid
The VM and WHA of (',
Miami is now- making plans t>
send gifts and symbolic adorn-
ments to the Yonkers. NY. Jew-
ish Community (enter to help re-
place items lost in the tragic firo
there last month.
Women's OR! Meeting
January meeting of the Miami
Business and Professional Chap-
ter. Women's American ORT. will
be a card and games party on
Tuesday evening in the Recrea-
tion Room of Bay Park Towers
Mrs. Dorothy Turchin is chairing
Ihe affair.
Names Added To
Healing Wall
A number of business and pro-
I fessional executives have added
I their names to the Variety Chil-
> dien's Hospital "Wall of Faith."
The hand-carved mural is mount-
ed with the name of donors who
have given $500 or more to the
ho-pital.
Latest additions to the roll of
honor include Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
1 vin Florman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
a Fruchtman, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gil-
I ler. Mr. and Mrs. Sam A. Gold-
I Mem. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Krav-
itz. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lans-
I burgh, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby Jr.,
I Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ruskin. Mr. and
" Mrs. Bernard Schmukler, Mr. and
Mis Jerry Stern, Mr. and Mrs.
William A. Weintraub. Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard A. Wien, and Mr.
and. Mrs. Morriss Wolfe.
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Friday, January 21. 1965
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Temple Belli Am Forym to Open Here
With Appearance by Holed Editor McGil!
Three prominent men are schi I
uled on the Temple Beth Am For-
um designed to provide an oppor
tunity "for qualified comprehen
sion "of the major issues of our
times by direet exposure to sev-
eral unique personalities who are
shaping, sharing and interpreting
these issues."
The annual Beth Am
Forum will open next Wednesd ty
nighl at the Temple at 8:30 p.m.
Featured will be Ralph McGill, of
the Atlanta Constitution, whose
columns appear here regularly in
ihe Miami News.
McGill'8 many citations for his
journalism include the Pulitzer
Prize and a variety of honorary
degrees. He will discuss "Look
Away. Look Away."
On Wednesday, Mar. 16, Gen.
Maxwell Taylor will be guest
speaker A 1922 .graduate of West
Point, he served the U.S. Gov-
ernment most recently as Am-
bassador to Viet Nam. President
Johnson's special advisor on
Southeast Asian affairs, he has
been chairman of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff and is the author
of "The Uncertain Trumpet."
Gen. Taylor will discuss Vi< I
\am A Definitive Analysis" al
lii Mar. Hi forum.
Art Buchwald, whose columns
re in Ihe Miami V w
ft>ill w mil up the Beth Am series
:4 years ol covering
parj. \ i irk." Buchwald has
back in Ihe l S for the past
Beach Councilman Seiderman Named
"Citizen of Year' by Taxpayers Assn.
Off. JOSEPH SHU20W
ZOA Vice Pres.
T#* IO*peC2h l^ci y House and of human
Dr Joseph Slwbow, a nal
vic< president oi the Zionist Or-
ganization of America, and spi-
ritual leader of Congregation B'nai
Moshe, ol Boston for the past 32
years, will be guesl speaker at an
open' meeting of the Greater
: Diatfjfts next Tuesday eve
ning, at the Fontaineblean Hotel. >
Dr. Slnibou is a graduate of
Harvard University, irom u
ds Bachel ir of Art
oi Arts, and Doctor ol Philos iphy
i es. During World War II, he
was the recipient of the Bronze
Star Mela! He is a past
I and 2 si Re-
gion and is a1 present hom
pre iident. He has also sen
lent ol the Boston '
District and has been a i
for s< \ eral years of t \
Executive Council ol the ZOA.
His v. ritinf s ha\ e recei\ ed the
rize, the Dante
1111 a r v a i
liotl and L
shall prizes
Albert E. < issip. chairman i
ing and chairman ol Ihe
i ZOA Pres i
il, has announced thai the
meeting here will also feature one
ii Israel's outstanding
singers i i
ir
-
Co-chairmen ol the Templi
\m Forum are Dr. Morton No-
aiii;.- and Mrs. Joshua Segal.
?hone Operators
'Imported* Here
More than 140 young women tel-
- will be "ini|
11 from Ihe i ighl other states in
- it heasl sei veil b.> Ihe S
em Bell Telephone Co. to handle
long distal itchboard posi-
during tl
111- -. ice pri iident for
in South Finn la,
hall il omen will
i ive in January and the remain-
der in the first two weeks of Feb-
ruary t" help handle an anticipated
volume ling calls.
The women will stay in the h
ployei or relatives ol
I thai every
I
overtime work to
"ii the payroll, the
imen are m
They are all highly-trained in the
) i'i ol 0| I i ation here which en-
opet ators to dud distant tel-
ephone.-, with pushbutton equip-
ment.
The women from Alabama, (leor-
a, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennes-
B'nai B'rith Girls will give a Kentucky and North and South
"Baby Shower"' Jan. 23 at the Hill- Carollna are volunteers tor the
el House of University of Miami J",)S Thev ct ,ravtl expenses
for needy tots at the migrant camp '",,h ways and cost of livin8 a|-
m South Dadc. lowance while in Miami. Southern
---------------- __ Bell also pays housing costs.
'Baby Shower' Sunday
Miami Beach Councilman I'au
Seiderman was named "Citizen of
the Year" last week by the Miami
Beach Taxpayers Association.
Paul llexter. chairman of the
MBTA Awards Committee, said
Seiderman will be honored at the
group's annual banquet Feb. 3 In
the Deauville Hotel.
Seiderman. Of 3510 Pine Tree
Dr.. has been a MBTA member
since 1953 and was elected to the
i ity Council last year
A native of Brooklyn, Seider-
man is a graduate of St. John's
Law School there. He practiced
law in Brooklyn and served as
assistant prosecuting attorney
and chief of the Rackets Bureau
in Kings County until 1943,
when he moved to Miami Beach.
Short 1> alter his election to ( it)
Council, he introduced a conflict
ol inti esl aiice ba i d on
months of personal research
Seiderman also was named bj
I iott I sev it as a one.
committee to act as II
aiMMi between the I ouncil .".A l'o
ent.
... recentl) named
to the National League ol < ities
i ommitte on Law Enforcement
Active in community affairs, he
is a member of the B nai B rith
Disti i>i 5 Board oi Govei noi a
: > Nal ional i omnils-
t h e Anti Defan
<
ol the ation, and a member ol
e Israel
In the MBTA. he was execu-
tive vice picsiaent for 10 years
and for nine years served as
chairman or the Ciiy Personnel
Boaid. He a!o is a member of
Rotary, tlks. Knights of Pythias
and Moo>e fraternal ordei s.
Previous winners have incl
Mitchell Wolfson, Mrs. Reba I a
ner. Hank Meyer and Hitler Lev-
Tickets to the award banquet
are available Irom the MBTA ol
lice. Hexter said
Teens, Adults
In Program
"Teen-Agers 1-ook at Some Prob-
lems Today and Their Solutions"
will be the subject ol a program
on Thursday. Jan. 27. 8:30 p.m.. at
Beth David Congregation.
Beth David Men's club has pre-
pared the program in cooperation
the Welfare Planning l our
cil oi Dad- County. In charge arc
Norman Sholk. president of the
Men's Club, and Kd Syrop. pro-
gram chairman.
"The program
help break the
barrier between
Noted Rabbi
To Visit Here
Rabbi Z Bernfeld. of Ch -
, hasam Sofer Bnei Israel Chaim
i rominenl spiritual and commun
al leader in New York, will pay a
Si.oit visit here this weekend.
Rabbi Bernfeld. a renowned Tor
ah scholar and speaker, will ho! t
a series of talks about his impres
s.ons on his recent visit to Israel
A reception in his honor will b*
tendered by Mr. and Mrs. SamueL
Waldman i n their home. 4401
Sheridan Ave., on Sunday evening
at 8:30 p.m.
Rabbi Bernfeld was formerly
chief rabbi of Sydney. Australia
PAUL SHOWMAN
Hadassah Center
For Tourists
Plans Program
The Hadassah Center lor Winter
Residents has arranged real South
Fl irida hospitality for all those
women who register al thai office
om 201 at 337 Lincoln ltd.
On Monday. 1 p.nt there will
be a tour ol the Gull Ami
Gallery at 79th and Biscaym Blvd .
with an added bonu -
b) Mi s s.i" .i I Saki
On Monday, Feb. 7. the winter
residents are invited to the Miami
Beach Chapter's gala membership
party, when tribute will be paid
to Mrs Jennii
v on i i. 1 p in .
at the
.. .' is i'h Alter. 6365
. w hen ivinti
Will In :
' J M I I lh) Krie
CCNY Slate
To Be Installed
Dr. Buell Gallagher, president of
the City College of New York, will
adress the newly formed South
Florida Chapter of the CCNY |
Alumni Association at the Can
Ion Hotel on Jan. 31
lie will also in-tall the ehaptct 1
firsl slate ol officers, including \
nold Fein, president: Harry Zuki
v re president; Sheldon R
e irdii
V'o e. co re poi din
. and Aa Go Iman, Irei
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Feb 10, when B. K. Goodrich u
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for South Florida. He greets Noima Parks, Middlesboro, Ky.;
Sandra Calcult, Florence, S.C.; and Judy Wise, Columbia, S.C.
adults," sholk and Syrop said.
Coral Chapter
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Eleventh annh ersary d i n n e r
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The evening will include dancing
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JQar DR. RFRTRAM W. KORN
ir. Korn Due
kt Temple Israel
Dr. Bertram W. Korn. senior
(rabbi of Reform ConyreKation
fKncsseth Israel. Philadelphia, will
ecture before the Temple Israel
adult eourse of study on Sunday
morning, at 10:30 a.m.
His subject will be "The History
|f the Jews in the United States."
Dr. Korn will discuss the his-
[my in terms of the present times
Lnd of the decades that lie ahead.
Judge Friedman
At Zionist Club
Andre Bialolenki. program chair-
man of the Miami Beach Zionist
District Luncheon Club, has an-
nounced that guest speaker at a
meeting next Wcdnesaay, 12:15
p.m.. at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, will
be Judge Milton A. Friedman.
"A Modern Israeli Travelogue"
will be the topic discussed by
Judge Friedman, who recently re-
turned from Israel.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will dis-
cuss current events, and commit-
nitv singing ha-, also been plan-
tned. Luncheon will be chaired by
( antor Saul Breeh, and Julius J.
Rosenstein will be in charge of
the music.
Jeffrey Tandlich
Bar Mitzvah of Jerrj Ivan, n
ol Mr. and Mis. Saul Tandlich.
6520 s\v mill St.. will be observed
>n Saturday morning, Jan. 22. at
Temple Beth Tov.
Jerry is an eighth grade student
ai West Miami Junior High and
play-, saxophone in the school
band. He also plays baseball and
basketball.
The celebrant will be honored
it the KiddusI) following the cere-
mony ajfif *l ;i luncheon in the
Famous Restaurant,
*
Ralph Mizrahi
Ralph Samuel, son of Mr. and
Mrs, Isaac Mizrahi, 2115 North
Kay lid.. will become Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday, Jan. 22, at Temple
Emanu-El.
Ralph attends eighth grade at
Ida M. Fisher Junior High, where
lie is treasurer ol his Home rioom
and a member of the Teen Coun-
cil. He was first president of the
Junior Congregation of Temple
Emanu-El and has led the Hign
Holiday services for children at
the temple for many years. When
he eraduated from the Temple's
Religious School, he received the
Marry Kaplan Scholastic Award.
Mrs. Frieda Mizrahi, of Brook-
lyn. NY.. Ralph's grandmother,
will attend the event.
Celebrant will be honored at a
Kiddush in Sirkin Hall following
the service and at a reception Sat-
urday evening at the Di Lido Ho-
tel.
Allan Eichenbaum
Allan Michael, son "I Mr. and
Mrs. Imrich Eichenbaum, 9O50 SW
62nd Ct "ill become Bar Mitzvah
at Beth David Congregation Sat-
urday morning, Jan, 22.
Allan is an eighth grade stu lent
at Palmetto High, He is Interested
in model airplanes, fishing, and
boating.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Iseman, of Hails
ville. S.C., and Mrs. Miriam Eich-
en aum, of Miami, grandparents
of Allan, will attend the services.
'* :
Michael Becker
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Becker. 1230 NW 127th
St.. will become Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning. Jan. 22, at Beth
Moshe Congregation.
Kiddush in Michael's honor,
sponsored by his father, will fol-
low the services in Popiel Social
Hall.
Michael is a student at Beth
Moshe Hebrew School and attends
Westview Elementary.
Lecture Series
On Philosophy
Second lecture on "Socrates and
Spinoza' will be given at the Spin-
oza Forum for Adult Education at
a regular meeting Thursday, 10 to
12 noon, in the Auditorium of
Washington Federal, 1234 Wash-
ington Ave
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will in-
troduce the subject, and Raphael
Burstein will conduct the discus-
sion period.
Rebbi CarSebach
At Or^cdox
Youth Weekend
Personal app< ranci >f Shlomo
( arlcbach international folk ^;
er, will highlight the wi ekend eon
gogue Youth ol Greater Miami, ac-
cording to Rabbi Zev Litenatsky,
newly-appointed district advisor ol
the group.
'Hume for the conclave, to be
held Jan. 28 to 30, will be 'Torali
Challenges American Youth."
David Galbut, regional presi-
dent, and Billy Berman, district
president, announced that among
leaders til tlfticommunity who-twill
address the group are Rabbi Alex
ander S Cross, principal of the
Hebrew Academy, who will dis-
cuss the topic "How to Prepare lor
College." Rabbi Berel Wein. spi-
ritual leader of Congregation Beth
Israel, who will discuss "Dated
Judaism in Dating America,"
Rabbi David Lehrlield, spiritual
leader of Congregation Knesseth
Israel, whose subject will be "Is
the Rabbinate a Job for a Jewish
Boy."
Rabbi Sholnm Lifshitz. youth di
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rael, will lead a discussion entitled
"The Jew in Christian Society."
Sandra Ehrenreich is program
chairman. Mindy Phillips and
Ruthe Weiss, convening chairmen,
announced that more than 100
boys and girls will participate.
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"fijcwist [faridliain
Friday, January 21 196S
^
Festival of Stars
Heralds Bond
Confab Opener
A City-wide Festival of Stars to
celebrate Israel's 18th anniversarj
: statehood will be held al the
F intainebleau Hotel on Sunday
evening, 8 p.m.. in conjunction
with the lf>b't> international inau-
gural conference lor State of is-
rael Bonds.
More than 2.000 men and wom-
en from all parts ol the United
States and Canada are expected
to attend the festival, which will
(e&ture popular entertainer* as
Jan Bart. Lillian Bart. Bert Shel
[on and La Quartette.
Announcement of the forthcom-
ing event was made by Samuel
Rothberg, Peorla, III., national
campaign chairman of the Israel
Bond Organization, who is serv-
as national chairman of the
j!)>0 Israel Bond inaugural con-
ference.
Rothberg pointed out that the
"festival will launch the first of
a series of events in the Great-
er Miami area to spur the sale
of Israel Bonds during an intens-
ified 25-day period prior to the
international inaugural confer-
ence a\ the Fontainebleau Hotel
from Friday, Feb. 18, through
Sunday, Feb. 20.
The Festival of Stars," Roth-
Mated, "will commemorate
Israel's 18th anniversary year, the
ear of "Chai," and since thai in
Hebrew signifies the numeral 18.
as well as the word 'life,' this .-
Israel's 18th year of life."
To mark the occasion, the mu-
sical score from the hit Broadway
musical, "Fiddler on the Roof. '
..ill be sun., by Jan Bart and his
wife, Lillian, as a highlight ol the
vmi\ al.
Also en the festival program is
I a Quartette, a unique female
string group of performers who
lave appeared at the Carillon,
Deauvillc and Dupont Plaza Hotels
and the Kings Hay Yacht Club.
Bert Shelton. social director of
the Fontainebleau Hotel, will be
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LEGAL NOTICE
Miami Beach Councilman Paul Seiderman (left) congratulates
Joseph B. Gorinstein (center), manager of the newly-opened
stock brokeiaqe office of Herzfeld & Stern on Miami Beach.
Right is Judge Meyer L. Cherkas (retired), of Chicago.
Gorinstein Manages Broker's Office
The newest brokerage office on
Miami Beach opened when Herz-
feld and Stern, members of the
New York stock Exchange, inau-
gurated a major branch office at
1237 Lincoln H.I.
Miami Beach civic leader and
11-year resident Joseph I? G' rin-
stein was named manager ol the
local office by Paul A. Cohen, sen-
ior partner ol the New York based
l rokerage housi
Herzfeld & Stern, established
in 1880, maintains office: If!
Philadelphia, as well as a num-
ber of branch offices in New
York City. In 1959, the firm
opened a branch office in the
Americana Hotel, Bal Harbour,
to serve its northern customers
vacationing here.
"We feel," Cohen said, -that the
continued growth of the Miami
Beach area, as well as the accele-
Mrs. Richard, 78
Passes Away
Mrs. Anne Richard, 78. mother
of Miami Beach Councilman Mel-
vin Richard, died Jan. 4.
Mrs. Richard came here 36 years
ago from Brooklyn and lived at
lC7(i No. Biscayne Point Rd.
In addition to Councilman Rich-
aid, she is survived by two other
sons, Stanley B.. of Miami Beach.
and Norman D.. of Jacksonville:
a brother. Bernard Barnes, of Ft.
Lauderdale: two sisters, Frances
Makstein and Lillian Bornstein, of
Miami; five grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.
Services were held Jan 16 at
Blasberg Funeral Chapel.
rated interest in securities invest
ments by local residents and visi-
tors, "ill spur the success "f our
newest office.
"My partners and I." he added.
'consider ourselves fortunate in
securing Joseph Gorinstein as
manager of our Miami Beach of-
fice. His background in business
and in the securities field, coupled
iih his civic activities, equip him
admirably to head our new office. '
Born in New York City. Gorin-
stein was graduated from the Col-
i of the City of New York. Af-
ter a long career in the wholesale
food business, Gorinstein came to
h'losida 12 years ago.
Before assuming the position
as manager of Herzfeld &
Stern's new office, he had at-
tained a leading position in the
Greater Miami financial com-
munity as a securities specialist.
Active In civic and philanthrop-
ic affairs. Gorinstein was found-
er and president of B'nai B'rith
Hatikvah Lodge of Miami Beach.
He was national vice president
of the Florida Slate B'nai B'rith
Lodges, was chairman of the Anti-
Del, matiun League of South Flor
i.!:i and immediate past president
Of the South Florida Council of
B'nai B'rith Lodges.
He also is a member of 'he
Elks. Knights of Pythias and the
1500 Men's Club at Morton Tow-
ers.
Mayor Elliott Roosevelt headed
a group of dignitaries in officially
welcoming Herzfield & Stern to
Miami Beach al formal opening
ceremonies last week.
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69574. B
IN i:i: i: u.....
isi:.\i:i. i: coi.l >\i VN
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NOTICE TO CRED.TORS
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Vou nn li>" li> nol ir eil ..ml re-
quin A lit iiri'M'i iln nd di
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IN THE COUNTY IL.Dr.FS COURT
IN AND FOP Dnc COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 69330-C
IV I.....la |
s \ \i ':i. ii in >st
NOTICF OF PPOBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
VI.I. I'IT! ?t i\K I > I v
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COL' FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 67230-A
IN RE
mi.wii: iKitm:r
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO V A < E
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
XliTH'l en thill I
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IN THF CIRCUIT COURT Or THE
11th JUDICIAL C'RCUIT. \ ANO
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORID^
IN CHANCERY
No. 66C-319
R< i|.''l.i. I KICIINEU EVE
III i\v.\l \ X, .,- A.In inistnil I
MAMIN I' CltSNi i\
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AtlCHfl ROSENBERG
Michel Rosenberg
In Opener Here
Michel Rosenberg, one of the
great favorites of the Yiddish-
American stage and niyht club cir-
cuit, was to spark a brand new ad-
dition to the Gold Coast nitery
scene Thursday, opening as star
ni his "Evening with Michel" re-
vue in the Silver Fox Lounge ol the
Seville Hotel.
Famed for bis recordings and
dj satire, "Attaboy Getzel,"
nberg appears in one show
only at 10 p.m., and his company
includes top Israeli folk singer,
Ron Eliran, who recently closed a
sell-out engagement at the Gas-
light South Cafe in Coconut G
and English songstress, Pat Ford.
For the late nite set. an all new
show at midnight follows Rosen-
tlie "Greenwich Village Re-
vue." Headlining famed entertain-
er. Kiki Hall, the cast also includes
blues singer, Jacquie Howe, and
dancer, Princess Mirra.
GLICKMAN
RONALIi l>.. ::::. ,.f :.::, Collins
Ave., died Tuesday, Jan. 18, A
rot mi r. aldi in .'. Slew York, he
ramp hen len \. am alto, nml wan
in ofesdlonull.i :.--... a tell with Gulf
Ann ri. in Land Corp. A member
"i Tempi* Emahu-Bl, he In nur
vlved bj hh parents, Abraham
and Lillian llllokman; :i brother,
Richard: and irrandmother, Mrs
Matilda Waahton, all of Miami
I i .1' i. Service* wi i. to be ThurM-
daj i" m in hi R|vi raid* Chapel.
\llon ltd., with Interment in New
lurk.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKBHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, il.slrina to entcaKi
In bu>*lnei*ii under the fletltlnus nnmi
of i l.. i:i.i;i TRIC CREDIT C< >R-
HORATION m IS1 N K. 2nd Si., Mi-
anil, Fin. Intend* to register wild
nun.- with the I'lerk of the Circuit
i Court or i 'mi. Co iniy. Florida.
IHirmOW MI'IISII.I, Owner
jack kim;
c au..in.> r..r Applicant
1150 B.W. lal si.
1 21 'J s 2 1-11
GOLDMAN
ISRAEL K 79, or 265S s\v -Ml,
Ave., died Jan. 12. He ..,,,,. hi i,
Ifi >'ei rum Km Ii, -:, : s V
and wan .1 M
II.Hi SI
." ondw. He la 1 urMved
1 ioldman ..1 Mi-
mlah Hat or 1 oton
N null tfllvei or
lei s .IK Gid
'..... hrtedinan ... ...
''1 H mi Cohi 11 and
!- "i' Rimton. nml
I rtrude Goldman; and

Jan : al (icirdi n r' 1111 ral ii
RU1BP- 16th St.,
FRIEDMAN, ttedle. ;.. of
St.. h il Ian Rlveralde
ABRAMS. H
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KORNELL. i,.-,. s Iky, vi. ..,' 691J
x endome, dli .1 Jan. 7 Rivet
HELLr.;AN Ee, 77. of 532 NW 35th
.ll" 'l Jan. B, Oordon,
R!BE^S- 8th St.,
NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT 'COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT of FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. IN
CHANCERY. No. 66C 299
MICHAEL S STELLA,
Pl.iuiiiil.
\ 1*.
'JLKNNA KTEL1 \.
Sum
SUIT FOR D.VOPCE
4'ii 1 (JLENX \ s ri:i.i \. 740 1
I Ma.......l;i are In 11
of Cornplu

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l-ill cf i ont ntifi'g Al
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Coral 1:
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full I...... by de-
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lei demand. .1 In tin ||||l ol
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the date 1 f I In
"I thin noli, p to i ,-,,.....
nnd nhow 1 aim. wn,
in. nctlon or k Id '' irl In ad
Kfiiil will to probate should nol stand
GEORGE T i'l.\I:K
Conntv .In.!-.
I'- 1 ..is P PASTonFIEI.n Clerk
MYERS. HKIMAN K \ll.\x
Attorneyn
11'..1 K.W 1st Sir,...1
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111, Jlsl da) ..1 January, I9C
1 21-28 a 1-i'
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Let us repair it or apply
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estimate phone:
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685-1952
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ANSWERJTE
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE
FR 3-2666 JE 8-0721
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v. January 21, 1966
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Page 15-3
LEGAL NOTICE

i
.-
i
1
notice under
ctit;ous name law
is HEREBY OIVEN lhal
ivmkimhI. desiring, to engage
.. under Hi.- fictitious name
I;. KOAD TOWN HOl'KR APTH
r :,oi N\\ "."th Avenue in!
piv of Miami, Florida Iiii.-ii.i- i..
;,. iti.- said name with the Clerk]
Ctrcull ('nit ol Ii.ni.' County,
f.'-l 't Miami Florida thin Ith 'lay
. 19811.
REUBEN RCBTN
IIERTHA Rl'BIN
fcELO. SATIN
for Appllcantii
l \\--j\-:- S i
i*HE COUNTY JUOGF'S court
|N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
-LORIDA IN PROBATE
|68 >2-C
h: Estate of
j.i s PER l' \M8TER
. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
, dltoi it 'i All Persons Hav-
,,i i nu ii i- Againsl Said
hi i, <.\ notifli .1 and
, ..-,- m> !.' tins ..:.'! . 11 v n i a' hu v < i '
.. nf I ESTER I:. AMS H
..i I 'a.I. i ml)
.. duplli iti 'l as
Florida
I,
,11)1, ;;, I, I \. Nl K
. i i month*
t Inn here
- ni< will be i-.ii -
M..... I' la. I ii
mbei, A.I'
:. VTHUYX M /.w KHi
TIH M REACH
An Em1 utors
lilli iti Ion of thin n 11< e on
lj ,.; J.i i.i i..
i R. HIHSCrl
,.; | .,.:;'. r-
II .ii. \.. i .1 l :: 1-21 .s
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
--DRIDA IN PROBATE
No. 68639-C
Ii
Viol \ Fit \/ii:i: m k a
V \ I.'I.A C( l.\
. n ICE TO CREDITORS
v -i n.- Ilnv-
i >. It* i Saiil
hereby notified
nu and de-
1 ha i < nmtlnsl
. i KltMA VI. >l A ERA
, Klt.M \ Vlo|. \ (V '\. . I hi Ii- Cimnl Id
lodges of |l
mi Ii and
in".
till office* in ihi I ...in-
-' ill Dade '" III I i. ,i.....i .l.iin.ii \ A I "
Ii mini n h rom Iti >HE s \|. YRE
ihi 11 nl publical ion here- \- Bxeoutrlx
I...i red puhlii all......I this nolle
Miami. Florida ihb lth '!" '-"-' "lay of .lanuary, 1966
. ml er, A.F) 196 Ki >M.M Kl, .\ It" HiERS
i [ANCES E CARHoN Attorneys fur Executrix
Mmo
LEGAL NOTICE
'And when they said he couldn't be President
. Bernie went into business for himself."
Copr 1965. Divonu Productions
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREHY GIVEN thai the
ii.....signed, desiring '> engugi In
business under Ihe fictitious name of
I: I is. QUALITY FRAMES al 1984
N.E. 16181 St., No. Miami, Fla. In-
lendM to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
BI8CAVNE DISTRIBUTOR
BER\ ii Es, INC.
Mao Mermell
Attorney for Applicant
i ii-^i-j- 2 i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69432-B
IN RE: Estate of
BENJAMIN SAI.Ki IFF,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ina Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate
v,,n arc hereby notified and required
to present an) claims and demands
wlii.li you urn) iiA\ against thi --
i.......i ItENJ VMIN sai.Ki ii- F di -
. ami .1 late "i i lade 'ounlj Florl .
t<> ill.- t'ounty Judges of liade County,
and file tl"- same In duplli
. .1 in Si FIi riilii
t ..... 111
County, Flori-
da, within -i\ e.ilen month* 1. urn
nil..... hei -
i tin -.. u ill i>- ban
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
solicits your legal none**.
W* appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rales .
MHal lit 3-4M5
lor messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEUEKY IHVK.N Ihnl
the underxigin tl, tli nit Inn i.....en -
in lui.-in. >s undi r the fletll lolls mil
of .Ii ; BKRT-W !:> n \. ; in IMP \\ \
S.W -'" li Aw mi. M mill,
la. Intend?* to n aid nami
w Itli the Clerk ol Ihi Clreull '
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69211-A
IN RF. "-' Ite ol
.MAX OREENE,
III! .,-..!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor, and All IVr "in. [lav- .,, .
liiB Claiii t* Hen in,I- AgulnM Siild ., |,a ,. Florida
Von .r. hi i i-hy n..t fi.-.i nnd re
i ..... mj '..tin- nd de-
nu .i- -.' :. n \ "ii mu i ha it
ite ol MAX (iKBBNE di i aaed
i.ii,- ,.i I '...I.- 'mini >. Florid i. to the
i ..! I lade c.niif t
fib in. name in duplleute and as I.....
, ,i. ,i in >. i Ion "311 IB. 1 loridu Stal -
ii. in their offlt In the I' >ui l>
Courthouse in I hide County. Florida.
within nix .11. n.I.it- months from 111-
t.n.....I I hi first publication he.....f.
i he -.1 me w ill be ha 11 d
.it Miami. Floi Id i, tins lL'th
V, .i, tins Olll
nuiu'.v, v ''
(Jl H HiVVlN SAL.KOFP
\ As Execul
First puli on
the I I ria> of Jan., 1966
TAUANnl K ,v WALLER
\ rnej I..i l ixecutor
i. .....in Road
i l leuch, Floi Ida
1 1 I-21-2S -' I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69255-C
IN RE I
TOIUAS I.EHlll.n
I li
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'!'.. \l| Ci
'
nl

late ol lll'.IAS I.KH !
County -1 ii-
fII, tl,. mum In i|
-
i t heir oi'flei -
I Hill I'oui
H ilh'.ll .- I oil! I 111
ih,. fti ntion hi eof, or the
: i ed.
i lati il :.i Mluliil. Fl Ida, tl
------- ii A.I >. 1966.
Ml 1,1.1 K NAT:
/.CI.l'A NI.VI t\
FLORiDA IN PROBATE ,. A* !: v
No O0542-A ,'"-
hi- I Itli daj "i .1 in'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN UK F. tali ol
Mll.TON It. MANNHKIMER,
11. i eased.
4ii n daj ol
. IAKi 'M i .1 Ct il I EN

As Vlliiinisi I :i I ri\
til ill. ii ..I Mu
n of .1 nunr).
MANK1.KR
for Administiiiti \
Itu ..Ml'., i'l.i
Mil
ii Itoad,
.Miami Iteai'h, I'l.i 3
1 34-> -' 1-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
RIC Utl i I .!< il'HERT
Sob I'liipr
CI'TI.ER a I'll!' >NS< >N
Rlt-ai'do .I
iilL' Alnslej llldii M an I I In
111-.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6t)l55-C
IN RE Estate of
IAVII> KICIINER
l, .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I and All l*<-roons llav- IIi-m ;. hereof,
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Said ill In lairred
Vttoim
\'. Miami ;
if >
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 5865-1-A
i \" I: i:
AI'.KAII \ >

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO V A K E
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTES
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
\ I 11 '!: Iielt Ii
I ladi Count>. Florida, v .1- ., |
eiidar ii oiilli* from tin I...... of the
""' |-:x...... Ktati of AIIR VIIAM
M I1EI.AIEF ii .. MIR VM M Hi:
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T VII Cn ditors and All l'< rsons M iv-
".-. ..I- i'. i Vgalnsl Said
Estate:
herel
. 4 and de-
f uhieli .on ma> luti
V I.I'. i.\ i: M \NN-
ilEli l Puili
ly, I- lorida, I Ihe C nl ludi
I i ule i 'mi.ii: ; I lie tl
. I ..,..,. il i S< i -
lion ':'::.I< Florida S I their
tflees :n ill. Count} Ci
Kstati '' i :. \n i'. ,i. .....nil i!
You are hereby notified and required January. A H da> r- i 'l> :
i.....t an) i-Linn- and demands SYlill.i! MANNIIE1MER i:,
which >"ii ma> have against the Vs Kxei .:i\ j
tate of 1>AVIH EICIINI K .1,-. ......i Fli-sl puhllentlon of (his notice on Final Itei -'
I.it.- mi Dads County, Florlila, t.. the I the 7lh iln; ol Jnniian .-
County Judges of Dadi County, and KoVNER, MAN'NHEIMER A -, ,.i in, ned dereili
file the sunn In duplicate nnd its pro. (JKKENFIELD dai J.inu.iiy,
led in Section "3S.16, Florida st.it- Attorneys for Ex.....trl\ IIEHTRAM I. ItoTHKol'F
utes, in their offices In the County
' : T CE OF APP
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 2D722
ACTS OF 1<>41
FILE AA 22160
. "- IS HEREBY tilVEN thai
tenberg. holdtr ol t'o mt)
1 '. 'it: lie numlien .1 I17I9
1 I ill. .-Hi du) ol Maj
has fib .1 -.mi. 1
' madi apphVt t.'-n for b
.. 1 ,1 thi n on .:"
:. ii.- follow ill-I ill -
1 : it >. in in. 1 ount) ol
ol I' orida, to it;
* ith ivn lm i"..1
I II till Co int v ..!
- Florida, .,- inhnn il
ate N.....19 The ass.
1 propert) nu.1. thi nald
. -1..1 was the 11..1......1
1 .. :li In saued ... 1
- Co mil Lighting Ui -
m. I, Itnndolp is Ail.in in
: 1100H ; l*age ".'.'. in the
1 'in Htate ol Floi Ida, as
' ;.,,. N'.iri.'i: IS IEREHY OIVEN that Courthouse In lade Coun i-..-i. ,.
,.. ud'al|tnl. desiring to engage within sx calendar tnontha ffrom the
LICATION In I. -...-- unrter the flotitloiw name J>n. o th. first publication hereof, or
.1 i'I.IMi'A MIIUMAR .it S500 SW
T'.tli Ave., Miami Intends to register
- .1 111..... : 1 i.tli tin- Clerk of the Clr-
i, I-..mi ol Dade County, Florida.
UIRAMAR CORP
Sob- I l HIT
1 gt-28 .' I-:i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'OTR'K is 111:1:1:1:1 OIVEN lhal
il,,. nu Riled, 'I' -11 Ina to engage
11, 1..1MIH-.-- undur tin fictitious name
I SKY I'I.astics .\ I vi:l:i''s In-
i.nil to registi-r .-;ii'l name with the
il iin Circuit Court ol Dade
1 iunt\, Florida.
SIMON All: \N
SARAH ATRAN
\l\ Ri >N B. BERMAN
ij mi .-k> 1 lastli Fnbrlcs
. 11 iihd.i Miami FI11
I 8l- 2/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
300 I luponl Plaia Center
tin- sain.- will lie barred.
Dated ..t Miami, Florida, this 3th
da) ol Januar). 1 I1 196H
ESTHER raCHNER
As Executrix
First publicaiii.n of tlii- notice on
tin- Mill iln\ of .1.1 nil.11 \ 1 "
JOSH REPHCN
Attorney for Kx*cutrlx
1.170 Washington Avenue,
lleai II h ___! I DJM-2S 2 J
IN IHE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69209-C
IN RE Estate of
',1:1:11:1 DE FELDMAN
1 ceased.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring t<, -
in business under the fictitious naim
..I MICKEY'S BAH at -':':: Malaga,
Coral liable*, Fla. Intends t" register
mild name itli the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida,
.II'I.IA Di I'Al.O,
Sole Owner
l\ A ssi. 1:1: AM' MASSE Y
At lornej for applicant
1 7-14-21-2S
II \ 1; 1:1 XI KERNICK. .ittorn .
21 --> i.'n Lincoln I:...' 1
Miami Head Fl I
I I4-2I-2S I '
NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 69329-B
I'.. All Creditors and All P rsons llai i\ ki; ::-ini.
inu Claims or l>emand -V-.i nut s.iiil JENNIE DIAMOND
1.-t.it. : 1 ,, ...,., ,1
You are herebj netifled and required NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA .N PROBATE
No. 6723: B
IN RE: Estnti 1
SYL\ IA K I: UtON
I ;is. .1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is li'i.ii- given Hi.'i 1 have
fill .1 11 > Final Itepori and !' till
I Ustrlli itioii and F11 I D il
------------------------------- \. 111 1 1 T. A. I he es t e
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT SYLVIA K lIARti.V, deceased
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. oil the
FLORIDA IN PROBATE bid, will Bppl}
1',. mt) Judges of : m.i. i '
1.1.1. for approval ol -.1 tl 1
.1 mi for dlstribul 1 final >li-
. tuirgi is Ailm nisi ra Irix C T A
I : he iibov di
to present an) claims and demand! p() All Creditors and All Persons Hav- cedeni I'hls loth da.i of January,
which you may nave acainat the ea- ;, .: ,..... ,,, Demands Against said FANNIE SCHW.VRTZ
late ol 1:1:1: 11:1 'DE FELDMAN de- Esuiii SMITH* MANDLKR. attorneys
1 :'i-'."- l-ll
E. B. 1.1 :\iiICEMAN
Clerk Dade County, Florid 1 FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
1 II P.P. II IT LUSTRA Nil NOTICE IS HEREBY tMVBN thai
IVput) Clerk Ihe undersigned, desiring i" engage
1 7-14-21-28 in business uhder tin fictitious names
of MID-TOWN Al'To l:i'l'Y. and
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT MID-TOWN CAR CENTER a1 T;:1''.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, N' 1: 2nd Avenue, Miami Intend! tl
FLORIDA IN PROBATE register said num.. with the Clerk "f
No. 69330-C the Circuit Court "f Dade County,
' '' 1 -tut.- of 1 nrida
SAMUEL II ROftT MtD-TO\VN CAR CENTER, INC.
Itceasi .1. 1 1 i-'jl -Jd 1 1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors and All Persons Hav- in the COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
u linn ,.,- Demands Against Suld IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
You are hereby notified and re- No. 59959-A
I red I ni\ clalm ""I 'Is- 'v ':" Fs'nle id
,|s which you maj have agalnal HARRY SICES
' ''-' H VMl'KI. II ItOS'l 1 '. .... .1
"'I l.iti 11 1 .., 1. ,-. Florida NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
the Cotiiilj lm. le County, APPLICATION FOR DSTRiBUTION
1 AND FINAL DISCHARGE
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First publication "i luia notice on
the 1.1th day "f fJanuary. 1966.
HENRY NORTON
aii.iihi'v for Administratrix
1106 Blsca) in- Building
1 14-21-28 3 4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 66C-471
KARL I.i:i: YOUNO,
Plaintiff,
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NOi.Oc OF PUBLICATION
TO CAROLYN YOCNd
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CAROLYN ',1'l'Nii. tli.it .1 Cnmpliiliil
for Dlvorci has been filed against you,
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D.iiiil at Miami, Florida, this 5th nil. cjainis or Demands Againsl
da) of January, '' 196
.li us'EPH F" IRMAN
\s Kxecutor
First publication "i this notice on
the vtli daj "f Januar).
CLAUDE L ElfHEl.
Attorne) for Executor
1701 Congress ru.le. Miami, Ra. t:\t:
I 7-14-21-2S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57210-C
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
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t" pn-sent any claims and demand!
which iii ma) have againsl the >-
.i.isci'll l>i CARLO det 1 asi .1
lute "t Dade County. Florida, tn the
County Judges ol Dade County, and
lib- the same In duplicate and .1- pro-
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Courthouse in Dade County, Florida
within six calendar months from the
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