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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 28, 1966

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

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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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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 28, 1966

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:01930

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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cJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volur- e 39 Number 4
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 28,. 1966
Two Sections Pric<
Dayan Says Israel
Alone Must Win
Peace in Mideast
SLOWS AID TALKS
U.S. Seeking
Israel Atom
Vbilitv Check
v, \- flNGTON (JTA) In-
- were mounting here that
tin- Si ;e Department is deferring
action pending Israeli applica-
loans to initiate the S200.-
U00 nuclear desalination pro-
saged bj President John-
other assistance, to pro-
erage to induce Israel to
>m development of nuclear
i the country.
nee has been made to this
- -.-ions among U.S. officials
mind! ol the forthcoming ro-
ot international talks at
i, in., aimed at preventing nu-
oliferation Thought has
en to Israeli nuclear po-
-. conceptions of Interns-
inspection, and ideas of
coaxing Israel to cooperate with
in of aid on nuclear desal-
ination and other benefits.
Th State Department has sug-
gested notions of persuading Is-
rael to cooperate by deferring
action not only on nuclear de-
salination but also on pending
development loan applications
and by specifying less liberal
terms and amounts of surplus
commodity sales. The Depart-
ment probably would not openly
admit such pressure and might
employ the pretext of cutting ex-
penditures because of the Viet
Nam war.
Suggestions for inspection by
the International Atomic Energy
Agencj and other moves to inhibit
and restrict nations with civilian
nuclear capabilities from develop-
ing nuclear military potentialities
have been advanced by William
C. Foster. U.S. delegate to the
(Jenevi disarmament conference,
which resumes Jan. 27. and by
members of the Atomic Energy
Continued on Page 7-A
NEW YORK (JTA) Israel
was warned here by Gen. Mosbe
Dayan. chief of staff of its De-
fense Forces during the 1950 57
Sinai war against Egypt, that it
must not rely on intervention by
the world's mayor powers to in
fluence Arab leaders against an
attack on Israel.
Hi- made the statement in an
address to the American-Israel
Chamber of Commerce in New
Yor. He said it was neither de-
sirable nor probable that any of
the Big Powers would seek to exert
pressure on the Arabs to recognize
Israel's rights.
Returning from a visit to
Miami, Gen. Dayan voiced con-
cern over the recent decision by
the United States ai,d other
Western governments to supply
mas';ve arms shopmen's to a
number of Arab states, and said
Continued on Page 3-A
LBJ Appears
At Truman
Center Event
ORT Gives
Nod to $12
Mil. Budget
NEW YORK (JTA' A five
year plan to expand vocational
and educational services to im-
poverished and displaced Jews
overseas was approved over the
weekend by 500 delegates attend-
ing the 44th annual national con-
ference of the American ORT Fed-
eration, held here at the Hotel
Commodore. Almost 50.000 persons
are expected to receive such aid
during 1966.
The conference also approved a
S12.000.000 budget of the World
ORT Union for 1966 This is the
highest budget in the organiza-
tion's history and is Sl.475.000
more than last year's. Major in-
creases were assigned to ORT pro-
grams in Israel, France, Iran. In-
dia and Morocco. Allocations to-
taling $3,500,000 were voted as
the American share of this total.
The balance is expected to be met
overseas.
The delegates ratified an
agreement with Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, a member
Continued on Page 11-A
ARTHUR G01DBERC
distinguished contributions
Goldberg
Gets Top
ADL Prize
By Special Report
\ thur J G ildberg, I S
i sador to the 1 'nite I
it ons, W ill receive the
America's Democratic Leg-
acy Award, presented an-
nually by the Anti-Defama
lion League of B'nai B'rith
for "distinguished contribu-
tions to the enrichment of
our democratic herttag
The award, a silver medal-
lion, will be made Sunday,
at a dinner in the New York
Continued on Page 16-A
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. (JTA)
Plans to establish in Israel a
Marry S. Truman Center for the
Advancement of Peace, the first
project ol its kind, were announced
here at ceremonies attended by
President Johnson and other dipn-
:' at ies
The multi-million dollar center
will be dedicated to the applies-
: i n ni scientific methods to deter-
.' and prevent the causes of
war. Others attending the cere-
mo ii< .vere the former President,
Chiel Justice Earl Warren
anj oth t leaders of the United
Mate.-, and Israel,
lo be situated on the campus
ew Univei sitj in i
-ulem, th>' ( enter will award
S50.000 Truman Cei
A*ace Prize as part of its anti-war
am
President Johnson devoted his
adJress at the ceremony to maj-
or domestic and foreign issues.
He did not ment'on the fact that
the Truman Center will be lo-
cated in Israel. He lauded Mr.
Truman, declaring he had come
to Independence for the occa-
sion to be with "one of the
world's most persistent search-
ers for peace." The ceremony
Continued on Page 8-A
Sen. Robert F. Kennedy
iDem. N.Y.) will receive ar.
honorary Doctor of Laws
degree from the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of Ameri-
ca at a special convoccrtior.
at Temple Emanu-FJ. Miami
Beach, on Feb. 28. The de-
gree will cite Sen. Kennedy
for "contribution to human
welfare of an outstanding
citizen of the nation."
INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE CHIEF CHANGES PLANS
Seized Nazi Items Off Auction Block
WASHINGTON (JTA> The
U.S. Internal Revenue Service
made known this week that it has
decided to return Nazi flans, swas-
tika armbands, and a picture of
Hitler to George Rockwell, head
ol the American Nazi Party, in- ,
stead of selling such items at pub-
lic auction.
The material was among Nazi
possessions seized by the Revenue
Service to meet Government
claims for unpaid taxes.
In a letter to Sen. Clifford R.
Case. New Jersey Republican. IRS
Commissioner Sheldon S. Cohen
said the Government will not dis-
pose of the Nazi mementos at a
forthcoming tax sale.
Sen. Case had protested
a-jainst the Government selling
Nazi parahernalia because such a
transaction would be a "gratuit-
ous affront to the American peo-
ple." Mr. Cohen wrote Sen. Case
that the Internal Revenue code
provides for return of confis-
cated articles if their value is
insufficient "to justify a mini-
mum price."
The Rockwell party boasts it was
"not wiped out'' and expects to
move its offices to a large city
in either Texas or Louisiana, ac-
cording to information made pub
. lie by the American Jewish Com-
mittee.
The Committee rvealed that
Rockwell, referring to "the Jews"
in a recent "confidential" letter
to his group's "inner circle of
members and supporters," said
that his party "will soon hit them
again with full force. The blow
w'll be far more telling when the)
believe we are out of action"
Earlier, the American Jewish
Committee urged that the auction
be cancelled because it would make
the I'.S a partner to the dlstlibu
tion of unAmerican material
AT ISRAEL BOND NATIONAL INAUGURAL GATHERING FEB. 18-20
Golda Meir Due in Miami for Confab
U.S., CANADIAN LtADWS EXPECTED PACt S-A
P80M/NENT SCULPTOR SCHEDULED SBC. B
G010A MEfR
at Beach banquet
Mrs Golda Meir, who retired
this month as Foreign Minister of
the State of Israel, will be gue *
of honor at an international tri-
bute to her leadership in state-
craft and nation-building, which
will climax the li)66 inaugural
conference for Israel Bonds dur-
ing the weekend of Feb. 18. it was
announced by Samuel Rothberu.
national campaign chairman of Is-
rael Bonds, who is serving as
chairman of the inaugural meet-
ing.
The dinner in honor of Mrs Meir
will be held on Sundaj evening,
Feb. 20. at the Fontainebleau
Motel
The 1966 inaugural conference
will mark the 15th anniversary
of the founding of the Israel
Bond Organization, in which
Mrs. Meir played a major role,
together with the late Eliezer
Kaplan, Israel's first Finance
Minister, and former Prime Min-
ister David Ben-Gurion. The
three-day conference will offici-
ally launch the campaign for
the sale of Israel Bonds this year
in the United States, Canada
and 30 other countries through-
out the free world.
Statesman, diplomat, govern-
ment leader, farm worker, pioneer
crusader for peace and freedom.
Golda Meir has become a symbol
Of Israel's moral stature on the
international scene.
Dunn., the pasl ten years
Minister for Foreign Affairs,
a'ihIi highlightel a
service to the Jewish peop
Mrs. Meir gained recognition is
one ol Israels most eloquent I
forceful spokesmen. Prior to as-
suming her Israel Cabinet post
195ti. she served for seven years
as Minister of Labor.
In 1953, she was also Israel's
chief delegate to the United Na-
tions. When the country she hi
Continued on Page 9-A


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Israel's Security Makes News
WASHINGTON (JTA) Sen.
Hugh Scott, Pennsylvania Rcpub-
lican, Monday urged Presi-
denl Johnson to provide Israel
with American defensive arms.
. id voiced concern "that, while
ir attention is focused on Viet
Nam. ue may lose sight of other
explosive trouble spots which
threaten world peace."
In a letter to the President,
Sen. Scott said American claims
-hat this nation is not a major
ir traditional source of arms for
he Middle East lest validity
vhen recent huge transactions
vitli Jordan and Saudi Arabia
/ere revealed. He asked the
3resident to authorize Israel to
auy necessary defensive arms
rom U.S. suppliers. "If peace is
o be preserved in the Middle
East," he wrote to Mr. Johnso:..
Israel must have arms to de-
fend her security and deter at-
ack by Arab statps which have
-hreatened to drive her into the
a "
The Senator noted that, shortly
ter the United States resumed
d to Egypt, it was reported that
>< S o viet I'nion sold Egypt
. squadron of Soviet, all-weather
MIG-21D jet fighters and Sokhoi!)
interceptors. He drew the Presi-
"< Mention to the lact thai
i official Egyptian spokesman
loasted ol Egypt's ability to play
I -ii ends." The spokesman said
he Soviet Union assisted Egypt's
fense and development, while
e nei d for i iod is met substanti-
Ij through cooperation ol the
j c | .-:
Eban Offers Views
JERl SAl EM (JTA) Israel
opposed to the arms race in the
Middle East, but will not quit the
race "unless she is assured that
nemies do not have the up-
per hand." Foreign Minister Abba
- Eban declared here.
The new chief of the Foreign
Ministry made that statement
at a luncheon held in his honor
y the Foreign Press Associa-
tion here. He also expressed the
aelief that the principles of the
Tashkent accord between India
and Pakistan can be applied to
Dr. Rothschild Heard Here
Dr Jacob M Rothschild, of the
Hebrew Benevolent Congregation.
Atlanta. Ga
the situation existing between Is-
rael and the Arab states.
"The next four years.'" he said.
"will be crucial in determining
whether the Arabs come to the
realization that Israel is here to
stay.'" He expressed belief that
the stand taken by Tunisia's Presi-
dent llabib Bourguiba, who has
called for peace talks between Is
rael and the Arab slates, "is the
first indication of a feeling that
will spread among the Arabs." Mr.
Eban also voiced the hope that
there may develop better relations
between India and Israel.
I THE CRY OFTHE 6,000,000
I that were sloin is t* help the
I unfortunates that are left here and
in Israel.
I GIVE TO THE
| COMBINED JEWISH APPEAl
MAYSHiE FRIEDBERG
Gurion in Attack
TEL AVIV (JTA) David B<
Gurion. the former Premier who
broke away from the dominant
Mapai Party last year and form-
ed his own Rah. the Israel Work-
ers Lit, for the last general elec-
i i cused the present Israel
Governmenl of "gross irresponsili
ility in handling the nation's se-
curity in a waj that could brl
disaster within four years"
Addressing a meeting of the
Rafi council, top ruling body of
his dissident group, Mr, Ben-
Gurion charged: "The army i- now
being used for party interests. De-
cisions taken lack all sense of na-
tional security. Crave things are
being done, but 1 cannot speak
aboul them."
Breakfast Series
Meets Wednesday
M. Jay Berliner, chairman of
tin' Businessmen's Breakfasts at
Beth David Congregation, an-
nounced that the second series of
breakfasts have been changed
from Tuesdays to Wednesdays.
and will be held in the Social Hall
2625 SW 3rd Ave., at 8 a.m.
The series consists of early !
i morning breakfast and discussions
led by Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual
leader of the congregation, who
will discuss a Jewish issue of the
day.
b-g iban
Mr. Ben-Gurion accused
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol of
"having a genius for changing
facts and altering history." He
illustrated that charge by quot-
ing from Mr. Eshkol's statement
to the Knesset, in which the
Premier had said "not every-
thing was in order during my
predecessor's rule." "I realise,"
said Mr. Ben-Gurion, "that
truth and justice have been
mocked in the past few years.
But without truth and justice we
are lost."
An attack against the Mapa
Party was male at the same meel
ing by Shimon Peres, oni oi Mr
Ben-Gurion's principal backers
n ho had resigned his office as D
Minister ol Defense las) n
mer to join (he Rafi leadership
"Mapai minus Ben-Gurion,'
Mr. Peres, "is a minus." The R
( ouncil adopted b> acclan i
c demand on the < lo\ en ; nt to
hold the next, annual [ndi
i nee Daj parade in Jerusalem
MAYSHIE FRIEDBERG
labor Zionist Chairman since 1951
urges you to celebrate Israel's
TEAR Of CHAt
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Gen. Dayan Says Only Israel Can
Hope to Bring Peace to Middle East
Continued from Page 1-A
that only the firm conviction of
most of the Arab leaders that
they could not now defeat Is-
rael in an armed conflict has
prevented their launching an at-
tack.
If those leaders were now to
feel that they are strong enough
to attack Israel with their newly-
acquired armaments, he declared,
they would not hesitate to do SO.
He noted that Israel was handici
ped in any future conflict with tl
Arabs in that any victory wou
iiot bring peace closer, while evi
a temporary victory bj the An
could destroy Israel.
He voiced optimism about
prospects for a .Middle East pea<
however, noting that every c
tinned year without hostility I
brought the Arab nations closer '
the point when they would final y
recognize Israel.- right to exist-
ence.
Principals in the record-shattennq kickoff ban-
quet of the 1966 Combined Jewish Apodal tnlk
over the S502.260 raised at Sunday night's din-
ner at the Fontainebleau Hotel. At lett are in-
itial gifts co-chairman, Leonard Rosen and
CJA chairman, Jay I. Kislak. Right are dinner
co-chairmen, David B. Fleeman and Arthur H.
Courshon. The amount raised reflected a 27
per cent increase in this years drive to date,
and sent the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's fund-raising arm near the one-third
mark in its effort to reach Sl.566.666.
Half-Million at CJA Opener
SID LUCKMAN AT WESTVIEW PAGE 7-A
RELATED COMBINED APPEAL NEWS SEC. B
The 1966 Combined Jewish \|>
peal moved past the one-third
:rark late this week following a
highly sucessful initial gifts din-
ner Sunday night that raised
S502.26O. The kickoff banquet at
he Fontainebleau Hotel reflected
;i -olid 27 per cent increase over
the gifts by the same persons last
...ti.' according to CJA campaign
chairman, Jay 1. Kislak.
If we maintain this pace, we
an surpass our goal of Sl.566.cti6,
which actually represents the min-
n needs for our recipient
i lilies.' Kislak asserted, Co-
hairmen of the inaugural dinner
u re Ix.'Oiiard Rosen. Arthur H.
irshon and David B. Fleeman.
A snowstorm that shut down
the Toronto airport prevented
the evening's scheduled princi-
pal speaker, Gershon Avner,
from participating in the pro-
gram. Israel's Ambassador to
Tel Aviv Univ.
Vice Pres. Here
The vice president of Tel Aviv
University, Yuval N'ceman. was
among 50 of the world's leading
physicists attending an interna-
tional conference at the University
of Miami last week.
Head of Tel Aviv University's
Physics Department, and a for-
mer member of the California
Tech faculty, he is in the United
States in behalf of the American
Friends of Tel Aviv University.
Canada didn't arrive in Miami
until 4 a.m., Monday, but Kislak
and Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi
of Temple Emanu-EI, smoothly
substituted for Avner.
Joseph M. Upton, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation, and Kislak termed the ini-
tial gifts function "a complete
success, a sign that Greater Mi-
ami Jewry is demonstrating its
ability to meet its responsibilities
and obligations''
Dr. Lehrman pointed out that
Israel, beset by the continued en-
mity of its Arab neighbors, in pro-
viding funds for the continued im-
migration and rehabilitation of
tens of thousands of Jewish refu-
gees annually, is furnishing mon-
ey for the relief work at a rate of
two-to-one to the 'substantially
larger and more affluent Ameri-
can Jewish community.-'
He noted that the I'nited Jewish
Appeal, principal partner in the
CJA. along with such local agen-
cies as Mi. Sinai Hospital, the
Jewish Home for the Aged and the
Bureau of Jewish Education, must
raise at least 20 per cent more
this year than in 1965 to achieve
the campaign goal.
Reason: the end of West Ger-
man reparations to Israel which
provided the Jewish state with
nearly a billion dollars in 10
years.
Kislak said the Sunday dinner
marked the start of an intensive,
80-day period of campaigning by
more than 1,500 volunteer workers
in the C.J.A.'s numerous divisions.
"Initial response in the trades,
synagogues, high rise apart-
ments, suburban areas, women's
division and all other units in-
dicates that we can raise the
$131,000 more than last year
which is necessary to reach the
$1,566,666 figure," Kislak said.
Other major CJA beneficiaries
include the Young Men's and
Young Women's Hebrew Associ-
ation of Greater Miami, the Jew-
ish Family and Children's Ser-
vice. Jewish Vocatonal Service,
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation and the National Council of
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Volume 39
Number 4
Friday, January 28. 1966
7 Shevai 5726
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How Do We Go
About Getting Peace
The Synagogue Council of Amer-
ica plea to President Johnson on the
U.S. involvement in Viet Nam is an
unprecedented one, particularly be
cause it does not relate to a specif-
ically Jewish issue.
Nevertheless, the Council felt the
plea to be in order because religious
and moral values are involved in a
war effort in Southeast Asia.
What the Council has done is to
put the American Jewish religious
community sguarely on the lin in
opposition to the U.S. military cam-
paign there. This suggests, as all too
many opponents of the Administra-
tion's foreign policy in Viet Nam
have done, that our commitment is
immoral.
It fails, in fact, to take into ac-
count any of the ethical or even po-
litical reasons for our involvement.
The plea is simply an across-the-
board suggestion that the U.S. get
out, without offering any alternatives
or recognizing the conseguences of
such a step.
It is good to note that so distinguished a
Jewish organization as the Synagogue Coun-
cil of America has gone on record as oppos-
ing military intervention. But where so gen-
eral an attitude, however sincere and even
pressing, is brought to a critical condition in
our nation's affairs, it would seem that greater
justification for the plea be offered.
The SCA's own statement reflects this con-
tusion: "We recognize that those who see the
need for checking Communist subversion by
military means are no less dedicated to the
cause of a just world peace than those who be-
lieve the United States must cease hostilities in
Viet Nam. We do believe, however, that the
imperatives of our religious commitments call
for the recommendations we prayerfully put
forward ..."
It is paradoxical, if not impossible, to hope
for the recognition of the one and the recom-
mendation of the other. What does the Syna-
gogue Council really want? We all earnestly
desire peace. Now that the SCA has gone on
record, how does it really suggest we go
about getting it?
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S?^n
WtoUKMjto
Responsibility of Power
The new Israel cabinet presented by Pre-
mier Eshkol shows some interesting compro-
mises made along the way in the name of
achieving a coalition government.
In order to win support of the National Re-
ligious Party, Eshkol has had to concede to
an agreement on a Sabbath ban against work,
covering owners of plants and employees in
industries on collectives.
Although all concessions are significant,
particularly because they tend to water down
the strength and prove the weakness of the
reigning party in power, this was of a lower
order of importance than the following:
That Achdut Avodah and Mapam be
given the freedom to act independently of the
cabinet on issues involving West Germany.
That Mapam be given the freedom to
vote independently on nuclear arms issues.
These represent among the two most signif-
icant considerations so far as the welfare of the
State of Israel is concerned today. For a mem-
ber of the coalition to be given such indepen-
dence of action is to invest great power in the
opposition for the promise that on other issues
they will support their own government.
It is to be hoped that Achdut Avodah and
Mapam will deal responsibly with this power.
during Hie week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
P
Back in the Picture
David Ben-Gurion may be finally and for-
ever out of the running for Prime Minister, but
it would be a mistake to count him out of the
picture.
Last week, he was up to his old tricks again
as sounding board of the international Jewish
conscience. This time, he had the Jewish Agen-
cy across his knee, giving it a good drubbing
in terms of the Ben-Gurion world order.
Calling it nothing more than a collection
agency in the hands of political parties, B-G
sounded like his old self in his universally
critical approach to diaspora Jewish organiza-
tions and activity.
Dr. Nahum Goldmann. replying in his ca-
pacity as president of the World Zionist Or-
ganization, hit back at the former Prime Min-
ister, calling the Ben-Gurion statement "irre-
sponsible."
The statement, he added, "can only be
harmful, both to the Zionist movement and to
the fund-raising efforts for Israel."
Which is precisely what Mr. Ben-Gurion
has in mind not really to be harmful, but
to suggest that diaspora programs are beside
the point of a real, live, vital Israel which
needs Jews from abroad more than it needs
their good works.
Sensational? Perhaps. But it is also to some
extent true. The degree is immaterial. Besides
it is David Ben-Gurion.
The Religious Thaw
The meeting between a high ranking Span-
ish priest representing the Franco regime and
several American rabbis in the Madrid Naval
Ministry is literally one for the books.
The meeting, reported by the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board, was as a conseguence of
the visit by the rabbis in Madrid to participate
in a series of Torah convocations for European
bases in Europe.
Rev. Fidel Gomez Colombo, chief chaplain
of the Spanish Navy, invited the rabbis when
he learned of their presence in the city.
As JWB sees it, the meeting was probably
the first between Spanish authorities and Jewish
leaders since 1492, when Jews tried without
success to induce Spain to revoke the order for
expulsion.
As we see it, the meeting is one more ex-
ample of the slow but apparent thaw in a deep
freeze that has separated Jews from their neigh-
bors across an unhappy religious divide for
more millenia than we care to recall.
ARENTS MUST !.
these dnys The
over ideology has enter .
public school system. T i
\ihn we could be sure thai
children were being orii
in the basic principle > of
three R's, with the moi
tificd area- of human
lefl to the home and it~
-.itivi's Bui thints arc chai
In the first place, then.
c( ovcr ideology, which no longer appears to relate to mat
of private conscience Once, we lived in a country to whose best
,., ihe population seemed generally dedicated. This is no) -
There are political experts all over the place. The reasoi
the new look' in our national affairs may be somewhat diffusely
and not entirelj inaccurately linked to what is prevalently called
.the luiiu;i.uJii-l tliu-jl- ..... "' *-
rSere have been know-nothingtf*ind vitiilantcs other eras o|
American history Hut none have survived for so long a period. Know-
nothings and vigil antes jMW iBM*'5* m ,hcil ^*av1 Wen when
own government, surely as aware of the Communist threat as self.
annointed experts operating on the periphery, declares that th.
more than occasionally overzealous. The know-nothing answer is
that the government no longer speaks for itself that it has. in fact
already been taken over in part.
The extreme righl wing, parading under the respectable banmr
Of traditional American conservatism, is the new know -nothing vi i.
lantc force in our society Recognizing that the government is an
alleged "near-goner." it is determined to become everybody's police
man for their own best good. It is. in effect, dedicated to destroyu
democracy on the pretext of saving it.
.: -:- :
THf NEW BATTLEGROUND
ANEW BATTLEGROUND is the public school. The three R's have
long since been augmented by other studies, as well. You may.
possibly, teach history on the basis of "just the facts" although
history divested of its poetry would make a sad kind of history. Hut
civics, government and current events, all part of the element. i\
level curriculum, can not even theoretically be taught in so sterile
a fashion that it is entirely without ideology. It is here that the
vigilantes have set about to become the universal guardians of what
our children learn.
Battles over textbooks are common They have been explore.:
sufficiently thoroughly for parents to recogni/e the threat of the
censor But PTA's and their significance to the right wing are a
relatively new phenomenon. In the February, 1965 edition of tin
John Birch Society publication. "American Opinion." is enunciate.I
the novel principle of taking over PTA's from within, particularly
because, in the eyes of Robert Welch, these organizations are bastions
of liberal and. therefore, left wing if not Communist philosophy
Acting on this Birchite dictum, an effort was made here recently
to Infiltrate and "neutralize" the PTA of Key Biscayne Elementary
School What occurred is so Orwellian that it suggests 1984 in tli.
worsl possible sense It makes of Birch propaganda a staggering re-
ality. It indicates that, no matter how distant or remote such threat.'
may be. "it can happen here."
In the Key Biscayne case, the issue exploded over the United
-Nations to what extent students there would be exposed to i
discussion of the UN. But for the alert thinking of the vice pres
idem of the Florida Association for the United Nations, unhappy COi
sequences would have arisen out of a single parent's determination
to adhere to the blackest letter of "American Opinion."
-:- -i- :-
A RtQUtST f0 MONOLITHIC IGNORANCE
IRVIN R. SCHINDLER, the IN officer in question, received a tele
phone call from a Mrs. Baskin several weeks ago. who requested
a speaker for a proposed United Nations program at the school as
pait of the student body's exposure to both the history and work
ings of the world peace organization, Mrs. Baskin was careful to
specify that the speaker's responsibility would be merely to discuss
the structure of the IN the Security Council and the General
Assembly, for example, and that little more would be required of
him.
On its face, the request seemed innocent enough. Nevertheless
Mr. Schindler asked several additional questions, which elicited the
following information: Mrs. Baskin declared that increasing num-
bers of men were now being brought into the Key Biscavne Ele-
mentary School PTA. that the PTA program chairman was a Mr
Thomas McMullen. and that she had called as his representative to ar-
range for the event.
Pressed further, she admitted that there would be Other speak
ers present At the same time, she reemphasi/.ed that the UN spokes
man would not be required either himself to know or to discuss more
than the organization's basic structure. His suspicions aroused, Mr
Schindler asked the name of the other participant. Mrs. Baskin re-
plied that she could not recall, but that she though it was "Herb
something." Could it be Herb Hlrsch? She said she would telephone
back with the additional information.
ii hBu,ht,11 '' Wi'S I)i,u'""v t'1(i" ,lla "Herb -something" was indeed.
Men, Hlrsch, of the Americans for Democracy Speakers Bureau, or
gjuized by Ralph ( raigo, chapter leader ot the Hialcah Miami Springs
John Birth Society and also founder of the American Association
Against the United Nations.
THf THRtAT TO IVITMMMW THf PTA
ty|H*N THE TWO next spoke. Mrs. Baskin admitted the other par-
Uk um WM' J l"Ursc'' Mcrb Hirsch Her insistence on a speakei
wan little more than basic knowledge about the United Nations had
*.m?4,L"etU,P (l,'s,t;n, M.o,esman and therefore the purpose of the UN in the eves of the
Vs B'f?^eJch01 chM, whose class time was to be exploited
SprtacipleJ Wwtortea] indoctrination into anti-UN and Birch
tionJiL^ Jfr Schi,ndler that not even a well-informed United Na-
renresiSS T,kesnian' caPable of handling a trained Birchite
auneh. 'V'' *". .*PPl'ar hcr proposi'd Program. Mrs. Baskin
the km, a "ad? aMinst the "'i^ral order." charging that
beconu n\ Fres'.de,nt n*"""* he was about to break free and
cTctv he now ;rH,Can. PW memUP in the John Birch So-
drawf I h;rCa,ered ,hat he Key Biscayne PTA would with-
zaUon lEiSd ^na,KCIngreM f ,>ami,s and Teachers, an organl
?ommunffe" ** 3S '897, becau* il was t^ ,he
Baskina',UM.tlvT eXTr' b'' ,hC Fl0dda UN vicc President. Mrs.
pSSh ll'eHli",h"r ",en,ial **. 'his time to the
president of the Coral Gables Chapter of the IN Association, with a
Continued on Page 6-A


Friday, January 28. 1966
* Jewish Ift'i irkMiim
Page 5-A
National Bond Drive Opens Feb. 18
The 1966 campaign for State of
Israel Bonds will be formally
launched at an international inau-
gural conference to be held at the
Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami
from Friday, Feb. 18. through Sun-
day. Feb. 20, it was announced by
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice presi-
dent of the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion.
Samuel Rothberg, national
campaign chairman of the Israel
Bond Organization, will be chair-
man of the inaugural conference,
which will be attended by com-
munity leaders from throughout
the United States, Canada, and
other nations of the free world,
Dr. Schwartz said.
Noting that 196* marie* Mm
15th anniversary of the Israel
Bond drive. Dr. Schwartz paid
tribute to Rothber.g as one of its
founders and major pillars of
strength since its inception. "Un-
der his leadership, we are con-
fident that the inaugural confer-
ence will launch Hie most pro-
ductive effort in the history of
the Israel Bond drive," Dr. Sch-
warti said.
In accepting the chairmanship
of the conference, Rothberg ex-
pressed the hope that the 18th'
year of Israel's existence as an
independent state, the "Year of
Chai," would provide "a strong
rallying point for greater Israel
Bond activity in 1966."
He predicted that the confer-
ence would map a blueprint of ac-
tion for the coming year that will
enable the Israel Bond drive to
surpass the 1965 goal of $100,000.
000. An oflicial goal for 1966 will
be set at the conference.
Characterizing the Israel Bond
campaign as a "phenomenal suc-
cess." Rothberg said: "Two fac-
tors have been chiefly responsible
for these remarkable results: The
devoted support of Israel by the
Jewish communities in the free
world, particularly the United
States, and Israel's ability to pay
its debts in full and on time."
Rothberg, in discussing plans
for the Israel Bond conference,
reported that the worldwide
campaign for 1966 will be for-
mally inaugurated at a gala din-
ner on Sunday evening, Feb. 20.
The first phase of the inaugural
conference will be the launching
of the drive of the Israel Bond Na-
tional Women's Division, which
will take place at a luncheon on
Friday, Feb. 18, in the form of
the world premiere of the 1966 Is-
rael Bond fashion show. Mrs. Jan
Peerce, chairman of the division,
will preside.
The inaugural conference will
be preceded by a planning session
of the Board of Governors of the
Israel Bond Organization, to be
held at the Fontainebleau Hotel
on Saturday evening, Feb. 12. Pre-
sided over by Louis H. Boyar,
chairman of the Board of Gover-
nors, the planning conference will
draw up a program for the widest
possible sale of Israel Bonds in
the coming year.
JNF in Second
Tour to Israel
William Bornstein, president
the Jewish National Fund of Great-
er Miami, revealed Wednesday
that plans have been finalized for
the forthcoming pilgrimage of the
Jewish National Fund of Greater
{ Miami to Israel and Europe.
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! the Jewish National Fund to par
1 ticipate in this pilgrimage during
: which they will have the opportun-
j ity to be present at the John F.
i Kennedy Forest dedication in Is-
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Friday, January 28. 1965
I
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Rabbi Needs Praise, Reader Declares
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
It is regrettable in our society
: al il a voice is raised to improve
' e state of affairs, even in a long
, due situation, the immediate
reaction ot the parties concerned
i- to accuse the critic of seeking
l iiity on having pesonal ulte-
r or motives It doesn't occur to
I ese accusers that there are still
ile around acting with inte-
withoul being involved for
rsonal gain.
The case of Rabbi Berel Wein
cxcellenl example v 10 dared to criticize the
sh Federation's allocate
. toward the respective ii
ms r< c( i ing tin se funds, The
immediate!) r< act< .
in his
-
lo include n
[(ish in-
Certainly Rabbi Wein enn not
ippeased by a chaplaincy of
ie Jewish Federation, since he
lows, as do those rabbis who
ttacked him, that this is not
answer to our problem of
ie vanishing American Jew.
rhose rabbis, using the vehicle
the Rabbinical Association as
I eir sounding board, remind one
the "Protest Rabbiners" of Ger-
. al the time of Herat's ap-
pea ance on the scene in Jewish
history, when he called for the
first Zionist Congress to be held
ii Munich on German soil. The
German rabbis vehemently pro-
t< sted against such an attempt,
ning that there was no neces-
sity for such a meeting They were
i i ssful in their protest against
meeting Of responsible Jewish
a ei -. smee this Congress was
ever held in Germany.
Certainly, these Rabbis were
! m I heir appraisal of the
. wish stale of aflairs. I'nfortun-
the results proved they were
mistaken when the physical anni-
hilation of European Jewry took
place, with their own Germans as
the instruments of annihilation.
That the rabbis here can not
see that American Jewry is getting
lost spiritually is a blindnes which
can only be compared to the "Pro-
test Rabbiners" attitude.
One strongly doubts whether
then, as now. any rabbis of re-
sponsibility were consulted, when
such a position is taken by a group
which supposedly should represent
high moral standards to safe; uard
worthwhile Jewish causes ot the
present and the future.
Those rabbis, as well as Leo
rV.indlin, whose column in your
Jan. 21 issue joined the band-
wagon of criticism, are w?ll
aware that the answer is not to
increase the overall collections
so that they can dole out funds
to additional institutions. As
more fends will be available,
the demand by the present re-
cipients will inciease propor-
tionately, since they already
complain that these funds are
not adequate for them.
The onlj waj to remedy the
present situation would be to ap-
ply a policy of primary obligations
of the Federation to reschedule
its appropriations to the respec-
tive organizations in the order of
their importance from a Jewish
point of view.
Nobody underestimates the im-
portance of a hospital, as such,
catering to the needs of sick peo-
ple. Nevertheless, the Mount Sinai
Hospital, for instance, which was
built as a Jewish hospital, and then
declared non-sectarian, is a case
in point.
There is nothing wrong, and it
is even important, that this Jew-
ish hospital should serve all peo-
ple, regardless of race, creed or
'color: however, there would also
be nothing wrong if patients re-
eceiving the benefit- of this hospi-
tal were made aware that they
have been taken care of by a Jew-
ish institution.
There are also instances
where one can easily detect the
disposition of the Federation.
For example, in the field of Jew-
ish education, which is a very
vital problem. By neglecting to
support positive Jewish educa-
tional institutions such as the
Hebrew Academy, the Solomon
Schecter School, the Mesivta
High School, etc., it proves the
lack of understanding for the
necessity of a Jewish day school
system, the only tool which can
assure Jewish survival.
Rabbi Wein should be commend-
ed tor his courage in reminding
the Federation of its pri na j ooli-
n, which if properly applii d,
wnuld s< i\e to open ;n
reconsideration oi their allot
rving Jewish insti-
tution I ister a I
i ican Jew i s
MAURICE GOLDRING
Miami Beach
the very low priority given Jewish
education by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and its alloca-
tion committees missed the point.
It is obvious that he did not hear
the sermon or discuss its contents
with Rabbi Wein Rather, he relied
entirely on an article written bj
ll)o Religious Editor ol the Miami
Herald, and statements he ascribes
to Rabbi Wein were made bj the
Herald and not the smi-im^^ui
er of Beth Israel C ingregation
Such careless journalism is un-
worthj oi Tin Jcv \~h Floridiau.
The point made by Rabbi Wein
in hi- was t" question o .
Jewish l sensi
values "I prioi itii it- pitifully
qi ate all to the Bur-
sh I thi
mammoth task it is required to do,
and no allocation at all to either
ol the two Jewish community da]
I schools are indicative of the low
'value and priority given Jewish
education.
Ixki Mindlin admits Rabbi Wein h
correct in the abstract. I am cer
tain that he is also correct in th?
concrete.
MARVIN S. SCHREIBER
Miami Beach
THE WEEK... US I SEE II
Continued from Page 1-A
similar request for a speaker.
mi leaving the name of Mrs.
larton. Promptly suspicious, the
lables Chapter president con-
tacted the League of Women Vo-
ters here, which checked Mrs.
larton's name against the phone
lumber she had left. Mrs. Bar-
on turned out to be Mrs. Dudley
lurton, whose request for a
leaker the I-eague had on a
previous occasion also turned
own.
As the facts fell rapidly to-
- ether, it became clear that this
>as the same Mrs. Burton who
Bused the ruckus at the Metro
"ommission hearing into the
ross on the Dade County Court-
house last December the
same Mrs. Burton who called
Rev. Papandrew a Communist.
Mrs. Jean Groves, president of
the Dade County Council of
PTA's. was promptly advised of
Mrs. Burton's plans with respect
to its Key Biscayne Elementary-
School affiliate. Finally informed
of what had occurred, Irene Rog-
er, principal of the school, made
sure that her PTA knew in de-
tail the nature of Mrs. Burton's
activities, and the original UN
program was incidentaly can-
celled to avoid exploitation of
the children in their studies.
But for such vigilance and co-
operative endeavor by enlight-
ened community and parent lead-
ers, the John Birch directive to
take over our PTAs might have
made a beginning here on Key
Biscavne.
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
In view of the recent public ar-
ticles published regarding the al-
location of funds by the Jewish
Federation of Greater Miami, we
of the Orthodox Rabbinical Coun
eil of Greater Miami wish to clar-
ify our position regarding this mat-
ter.
We recognize the many fine ac-
complishments of the Jewish Fed-
eration in our community and are
appreciative of their endeavors in
the social welfare field Neverthe
less, we do feel that the allocation
of Federation funds could be done
in a more judicious manner to in-
clude those Torah study institu-
tions which are the life-blood of
our nation and our hope for sur-
vival, and not only hospitals an.I
welfare agencies. worthwhile
though they may be.
We. the undersiuned of the
Orthodox Rabbinical Council, re-
present close to 2.000 Jewish fam-
ilies of our community who wor-
ship in our synagogues weekly, and
who are committed lo Jewish prac-
tice and observance.
RABBI DAVID LEHRFIELD
RABBI BEREL WEIN
RABBI SHERWIN STAUBER
RABBI DOW ROZENCWAIG
Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Leo Mindlin's comment Jan. 21
on Rabbi Berel Weins courageous
sermon calling sharp attention to
Lecture on Talmud
Prof. Samuel Mirsky, of Yeshiva
University, will be guest speaker
at a lecture on Talmud next Mon-
day, 2:30 p.m., at Temple Emanu-
El.
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*Jenisti ffcridfiai/n
Page 7-A
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Football Great at Westview
Selecting their clubs early for the fourth annual Westview
Country Club Golf Tournament and stag dinner on behalf of
:he Greater Miami Jewish Federation are (left to right) West-
president, Ferd S. Meyer, Col. Jacob M. Arvey and Dr.
-.an S. Jaffee, co-chairman of the Westview- Jewish Fed-
i Day Committee headed by David P. Catsman. The
Feb. 3 function kicks off with a brunch at 10:30 a.m., and
stiaight through to dinner. Guest of honor for the day
will be alltime football great Sid Luckmon of Columbia Uni-
versity and Chicago Bear fame.
Bay Harbor Islands
Campaign Breakfast
Sid Luckman. all-time football
great of Columbia University and
the Chicago Bears, will bo the
guest of honor during the fourth
annual Westview Country Club
Jewish Federation Day at the club
Thursday. Feb. 3.
A record-shattering entry list of ,
more than 100 Westview members '
already has signed up for the shot- .
gun golf tournament, which will a
highlight of the day's activities
getting underway at noon. A cock- .
tail party immediately following
the tourney will precede a stag
dinner at 6:30 p.m.. according to
Ferd S. Meyor, Westview presi-
dent.
Col. Jacob M. Arvey, club
member and one of America
Jewry's foremost leaders, will
serve as toastmaster of the din-
ner, accordir.-j to David P. Cats-
man, chairman, and Dr. Norman
S. Jaffe, co-chairman.
Luckman, now the co-owner of
Cellu-Craft Products, has con-
tinued his leadership in business
and communal affairs following his
brilliant gridiron career. As quar-
terback foi Columbia from 1936
through 1938. Luckman was on the
consensus Mi-America teams and
was elected ti the f tball H
Fame along with Coai Lou
He played 12 .- i ns with tin
NFL Bears, guiamv ihe-Chicago
trj to titles in IU40 41. 43 and
and Mrs Donald Arenow,
Broadview Dr., will hosl
kiast for Baj Harbor Islands
e Sunday m irning t their
-^ the 1968 Combir.t d
Jewish Appeal.
short Avner. Israel's Ambas
I 'anada, will be a special
guesl at the informal 10 a m. ses-
sion, according to Robert Krinz-
man. Bay Harbor committee chair-
i i .1A
Plans for the gathering were
mapped out at a Thursday night
meeting at the home of Bay Har-
bor Councilman George Soo-3,
10253 W Broadview Dr. Daniel
Neal Heller, p3St national com-
mander of the Jewish War Vet-
ans, spoke at the planning ses-
sion.
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46. Luckman was voted the lea-
gue's most valuable player in 143.
BUd last year was elected unani-
mously to Pro Football's Hall of
Fame.
A Chicago resident, he has
served during the last three years
as chairman of campaigns for such
organizations as the United Settle-
ment Appeal. City of Hope and
Multiple Sclerosis in the Midwest.
Luckman still serves as a volun-
tary coach for the Bears.
"Out of a sense of community
interest and responsibility. West-
view is underwriting the entire
cost of the tournament, cocktail
party and dinner." Catsman and
Dr. Jaffe pointed out.
Working with them in the suc-
cessful effort to make Thurs-
day's function the most success-
ful ever are Aaron Kravitz and
William Weintraub, attendance
co-chairmen; Simeon D. Spear,
Seymour Rubin and Dan Gil-
man, attendance committee; Dr.
Richard Deutsch, dinner com-
mittee chairman; Col Dudley
Brodie, publicity chairman;
Larry Porter, tournament chair-
man; and Jim Cohen, Si Levine,
Leonard Miller, Morris Lazarus,
Col. Brodie, Jack Gaines ar.i
Arnold Straus, tournament com-
mittee.
Other membi i ol the Wesl
Federation Da> committee incl
Leonard L. Abess, David Balos
Harry Barnett, Simon H. Bloom,
Harry Blumin. Michael Bright,
Louis Casset. Leo A. Chaikin.
Harry Chernin. Melvin Ch.isen,
Max V. C'ogen. James Cohen. S
Robert Cooper. Jack L. Daner.
Also Edward L. Denison. Jack
Games. George Goldberg. Jaime
(ioldenberu. Louis Grossman. Mel-
vin Guterrnan. Burt Haft. Isadora
Ilecht. Samuel Hillman. Brnenl
Janis. Dr. Irwin Kuntz. Sidne\ Let-
court. Sam C. Levenon.
Also J. Gerald Lewis. Joseph M.
Upton, Herbert Login, Morris Lo-
maskin Sam Luby, Jr., Harry
Markowitz. Max Matz. Sidney
Meyer. Dr. Donald M Michnoff,
A. .1. Mnlasky. Stanley C. Myers,
Ben Novack, Max Orovitz. I)
Harold Hand. Rob) rl A Rautlvu
Also S. I) Ruby, Sidney Ru-
dolph, Dr Lester A Russin, Sti
ley I. Segal, John N, Serbin, i arl
Susskind, Stanley <; Tate, Bi i
M. Wall, Sidnej Walzer, U<
Warren. Car! Weinkle. Leonard \
Wien. Stanlej H Wolfl and L
E Zorn.
Temple latr.ora Sisterhood
Sisterhoo
.( paid-up
and so( ia
at 8 p.i h .
I on Jan
sh
Members of the Bay Harbor
committee include Ma or She|
Broad, Mon is Broad, William Ein
horn, Joseph Gardner, David Klei-
man. Jerome Lelchuk, Dr. Robert
c. Mageon, Michael Orovitz, Lloyd
Ruskin, Philip Saks, Robert I. Sie-
gel, Sogg, Jose Winsen and Ellis
Amdur.
"We are delighted that the son.-,
of veteran Federation leaders are
taking a prominent role them-
selves," Ki in/man asserted. "This
i- a healthy sign that Greater
Miami's Jewish community is
reaching maturity, and we me
pleased that Hay Harbor Islands
i- taking the lead in this important
step."
Joint Congres-
on Atomic En-
Commission and
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ergy.
A few days ago. a Senate re-
solution on non-proliferation was
offered by Sen. John D. Pastore,
Rhode Island Democrat, and ob-
tained cosponsorship of 51 other
Senators.
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Page 8-A
fJknisi^ fhrtdUar)
Friday. January 28, 1966
North County Branch of the YM and WHA of
Greater Miami is now making plans for a
building campaign to be launched this spring.
At a committee meeting this week are (left to
right) Herbert Saks, Irving Denmark, Mayor
Sherman Winn, of North Miami, Chairman
rro-Tem Lionel Bosem, Mayor Chuck Hall, of
D a d e County, Mrs. Herbert Saks North
County President Michael Salmon, Mayor Ar-
thur Snyder, of North Miami Beach, Branch
Director Ira Steinmentz. Not shown are Dade
County Commissioner Harold Greene, Mrs.
Fred Arthur, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reiff, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Perless, and Aaron Gold.
LBJ Attends Truman Event
Continued from Page 1-A
was Sold in the auditorium of
'f-e Truman Library here.
those attending the
a White House
in : founders oi th< Cen-
i ach of whom conti
11; ."-'! Eliahu Elath,
the Hebrew Unh 11 -
lor Arthur Lourie, di
eneral ol the Israel F< r-
Ministry, who flew lure from
personal representath i
nn er Bshkol; Avraham liar-
[srael's Ambassador to the
i States, representing Pn si-
Shazar; and Samuel Roth-
chairman oi the board ol the
.in Friends of the Hebrew
irsity, sponsor of the event

"i.nf Justice Warren said that
. i; nations had great academies
ed in the art of war but that
Truman Center was "the only
peace institute I know of
Biscayne Club
Installs Officers
Miami Beach attorney Paul B.
I>erg was master of ceremon-
ies at the installation of officers
Of the Biscayne Democratic Club
at the Algiers Hotel on Satu
Evening.
Officers installed were 1.
Storch, president: Peter F
first vice president; Loui
uels. second vice president;
Schwartzberg, recording secre-
tary; Anne Coltinuk. correspon.i-
secretary; David Hubsch. fi-
ial secretary; Joseph Rieger.
treasurer; il> Leibowitz, sergeant-
at-arms
Steinberg just returned from Is-
rael, where he attended a col
n of the Trial Lawyers \
, -i
MiAMANS PRESENT
Two Greater Miami
ish communitj leadei v
amonj Sll 0.000 c ntril I
to become founders of the
rri n an i 'enter. The;
. de Hirscli Meyi I
Miami B ach, an I Di Philip
Gotliel if ( ral Gabif s
'I h > were amoni Snti
tional leaders introduced at
the inaugural cerunony in
Independence. Mo., for the
Centei in honor of former
President Ham S Truman.
which will be part of a great uni-
versity.'"
Mr. Truman told the assembl-
age that "the first order of man-
kind is to abolish war" and that
he hoped the Center would bring
to each founder "the enduring
satisfaction of having partici-
pated in an undertaking design-
ed to save us from ourselves."
The Center will be housed in a
S10.000.000 structure. It will be
designed through an international
architectural competition. It will
be interfaith. interracial and su-
relational, governed by an inter-
pranational. governed by an inter-
talesmen, scholars, clergymen.
1 nited Nations officials, writers
il others. There will be 12 per-
anent faculty chairs devoted to
he study of peace.
Dr. Elath invited Mr. and Mrs.
Truman to see the Truman Center
at work. He said the Center would
carry on studies and research in
subjects relating to international
relations, such as international
law, comparative religion, political
theory and philosophy. He said
special projects would draw on Is-
rael's experience in social and cul-
tural integration.
He said that the Truman Center
I -rrk to contribute to
ins :.: : betl
ndii appilj
ing between t
Louiie to!d the meeting that
Pre-nier Eshkol regretted that
he could not leave Israel to at-
tend tlie event because of tho
pressure of internal affairs. Hi
lauded Mr. Truman's role in
helping to rescue the remnants
of the concentration camps and
for his "imperishable contribu-
tion" to the restoration of Is-
rael. Mr. Lourie also lauded
Prer;dent Johnson's participa-
tion, calling him "a most con-
sistent, sincere and understand-
ing friend of the Jewish people
and Israel."
Dr. Rothberg introduced the in-
dividual founders At .Mr. Truman's
request. David Noyes, a longtime
friend and aid. presided, Mes-
sages were received from Pope
Paul, President Marcos of the
Philippines. Prime Minister Pear-
Son ol Canada and other states-
nun. Nathaniel (loldstein. presi-
dent of the American Friends, also
spoke.
Sinai Planning
Million Dollar
Nuclear Building
Creation ol a five-story, million
dollar Nuclear Medical Buildii
Mount Sinai Hospital got under-
Aaj i ."'i k with .i S400.000 gift
from Maribel Blum, of Cl
Mrs Blum is the wife of Harry
a' mi. chaii man of the board .it
Beam Distill* no
The Blums are winter resi
h and have just be-
i'ie h0S| Mais
Founders Club, The announcement
was made >! u private cocktail
party in honor oi the Blums, given
i,y Col. Jacob A-., w. .i life trustee
and a long-time li-iend of Mount
Sinai. The hospital will now apply
lor matching lederal hinds to com-
plete the project.
Location of the new building
will be on the south side of the
hospital. The fust floor, accord-
ing to Samuel Gertner, execu-
tive director of Mount Sinai, will
contain, in addition to a cobalt
telecure uni. tne latest in ac-
celerator equipment for the
treatment of Cancer and allied
diseases.
. e will also be .. Nucleai Mi
cl > ine section w iih the latt st radio
isotype equipment capable ol scan
ning ti chniques which assist great-
ly in the dia nosis ol I ; il
id ep scati maligi
l wo floors of the new bui
will be devoted to the treatmi
ol ( ard ac and cardio pulmonary
I 'N nts win re d i i s. treat-
' and ii s< arch w ill be done in
this field i .:. ol tl
will pen a doubling in -
si in Cardio Pulmonary Lab
at Mounl Sinai
i i ard I. Abess presidi nt ol
Mount sinai Hospital, accepted the
S400.C Kl -in from Mrs. Blum on
b< hall of the hospital, said that the
new Nuclear Medical Building
)
Dr. Joseph R. Narot (left), o:
Temple Israel, end Rabbi
Leon Kronish, of Temple
Beth Sholom, attended a
meeting of some 25 rabbis
across the nation Tuesday
with U.S. Ambassador to t he
United Nations Arthur Gold
berg at Ambassador Gold-
berg's UN headquarters in
New York. The Ambassador
briefed the clergymen on the
Viet Nam war and the gen-
eral military situation in
Southeast Asia.
Democratic Club *
Slates Speakers
Democr
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m< el on V\ e< nesdav
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ing guest speakers -
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i l
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"ridcry, January 28, 1966
*Jenisti ftcridfrfin
Page 9-A
*Golda Meir Due in Miami for Confab
Confirmed from Page 1-a
: mnd became independent in
she was designated it- firsl
r to the Sn'. !>! Union
has bei i
levi li
.. rn in Kie>. Russia, on Ma; 3
her carpentoi
r< st of the family
when she w as
She attei led primarj and high
Is .'. Milv 11 and became
a f -. o teacher there, sin- also
rary work in Milwauki
l and New York.
Taking an artive interest in
Zieni'.m, .'ie left her school
teaching position in Milwaukee
in 1921 to settle on a kibbutz in
Palestine with her husband,
Morris. Her first job in the now
land was raising poultry. Three
la'", she ;eined the Solel
Baneh, the building and con-
struction cooperative of Histad-
rut, the Labor Federation
In 1930, she became director of
\vrion, Ltd., which initiated steps
. th< formation of the Is-
N:' Id shortly there
i te i as elected as the only wom-
an member of the five-man sec-
retanet ol the Labor Federation.
Her unique i areer of publii i
l m -inin rsh p on
the Palestine Governmi nt
Econot c i incil and the Na-
ol Palestine Jews
(Vaad I.eumi) during World War
II.
In 1946, she headed the Polhi.
lion ol tin ,i" ish A
Jerusal im, W lion the heads
the Jewish Ageno) were inrpri
soned by the WIbwIiiIiiij I
Mi Meir took iwn as i clin head
of the Political Department of the
lev is). Vgem see* ing in that
i.ii acity during IsrcnTs War of In-
dependence Her two children
served in the Israel Armed Forces
Odd Fellows
Elect Officers
loteph Weacr has been elected
noble grand ol the odd Fellow:
Lodgi 101.
Ottw i I ; elected at a r
:. are Dave Hubs!,.
'. > Sui mi n. Iinan
.\i Laufi auben r
Fl I |0l
te .
The ..i nd as also
recently elected treasurer of lh
Jiseai ociat'c I lub
chairman of entertainment of
lolde '.'.' l
He plays baseball with his son, helps his daughter with homework, gives his family affection and security.
But he is neglecting an important family obligation.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other family
obligations, these arrangements must not be overlooked. By plan-
ning ahead, decisions can be made calmly. They can be mad*
without emotional pressure. They can be made wisely. And they
can be made together as a family unit. If you have not yet fulfilled
this obligation to your family, we urge you to do so now. In this
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Page 10-A
*Jew Isti FhrSdHain
Friday, January 28. 196S
Under Secretary of Labor Henning Will
Address Histadrut Confab Here Feb. 14
Greater Miami will play host to
a national midwinter conference
of the American Histadrut Devel-
opment Foundation on Feb. 14, fol-
lowing u> oik nay Ue annual roll
call conference of the Israel Histad-
rut campaign in the United States
and Canada, slated Feb. 13 in New
York.
Under Secretary of Labor John
F. Henning will fly to Miami Beach
from Washington on Feb. 14 to
address a reception oi national
JOHN f. HtNNING
Temple Youth
Conduct Servsce
- of the Uor.au Chapter
United S\ nagogue, under
I ion oi Cantor Uaurii e
luctM late FriWav nighl
- at Temple Adath Yeshu-

t i c i p a t i n g w ere 11
president, Neil Wolfer,
j Goldberg. Susan Miller.
ecter, Barbara (
Andrea Schulman. Donna Schec-
_ Herthoff, Ronald Mar-
ti Sampson, 1/
eNoia. Karen Greenl ers.
Davis, Barbara Morrison
ie Sandier.
eaders, according to Joseph Sell-
oasberg, president of the National
ommittee for Labor Israel.
The reception at which Hen-
ning will speak will follow an
intensive day of activity at the
Fontainebleau Hotel, beginning
with a bruncs at 11 a.m.
The national conference in
Miami Beach will initiate efforts
to augment resources of the Histad-
rut Foundation by $2,000,000
through wills and bequests. This
sum is necessary to assure future
income for financing the long-
range educational and welfare ac-
tivities of Histadrut in Israel.
Currently, more than two-thirds
of the nation's health needs are
taken care of by Histadrut in Is-
rael, with such institution? as the
recently-completed Greater Miami
Medic-iil Center in Beershebs serv-
icing large areas of the rapidly-
grow in Jewish stale.
Henning, who has been Under
Secretary of Labor under Presi-
dents Kennedy snd Johnson since
1062, formerly was director of
the California Department ol In-
dustrial Relations
Hi has been closelj idet I
with the listadrut in Is-
rael, and has visited thi re tv ice
to study iis program al
Among the Greater Miami
hosts for the national conference
are Rabbi Leon Kronish, Mrs.
Anna Btenner Meyers, Jacob
Rifkin and Jack S. Popick, all
of whom have played major
roles in the Greater Miami Com-
mittee for Medical Services in
Irael.
- Dr. Sol Stein ol N'evi York e: i
direct >r oi the Ann
Hitadrul Foundation, also v ill
participate in the one-dav con
?lave.
'treat Books Session Due
Great Books discussion group
rill meet at the Miami Beach Pub
'ie Library on Thursdaj, e\
Discourse- hi Eptctitus will
be liscussed,
OPENING TONIGHT
MOSHt BIRMAH
VETERAN EXECUTIVE
Moshe Berman,
Histadrut Official
Honored at Age 65
Greetings continued to be ex
tended this week to Moshe Her-
man, executive director ol the
Greater Miami Israel Histadrut
Committee, on the occasion ol Ber.
man's birthday,
Berman, who was t>."> on Jan. 14
i- also marking 20 years ol active
professional participation in the
rams Histadrul throughout
States
Last year responsible for es-
tablishing a campaign here in
behalf of the Greater Miami
Medical Center in Beersheba,
Israel, Berman is currently
working on the Greater Miami
Trade School project in Ramlfh.
Prior to Berman's arrival 1 re
almost nine years ago, the Histad-
rut official was for 12 years with
the Israel Histadrul Committee in
Los Angeles, Calif.
Among hi- other ai com] lish
ments lure in behalf ol Histadrut.
Berman founded the Business and
Professional Council ol Ku|
liolim in Miami.
In January. 1964 Greater
Miamians honored Berman al .1
special reception at the Fontaim
bleau Hotel for his Hi year- 1
service in behalf oi Histadmt.
where h< was cited for "a life-
time ot extra ordinary devotion to
the ideals of Israel's pun,
builders
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AN EVENING WITH
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SWING AFTER HOURS WITH SHIRL ALBERT
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RES. 534-4340
SUN BENT A CAB
Zion Youth
At Retreat
Over 100 members ol Temple
Zion United Synagogue Youth
Group left last Friday after-
noon for a weekend Religion- Re-
treat at Camp Owaissa Bauer. Pro-
gram was under the direction of
Mr and Mrs Sam Stephans. vouth
directors of Temple Zion.
Friday evening services wen-
conducted by the teen-agers with
Rabbi and Mrs. Alfred Waxman,
spiritual leader of Temple Zion.
as their guests.
Sabbath morning services were
conducted by the campers.
Seminars were held during the
day. and a special campfire Hav-
dalah service was held at sun-
down. The weekend included
social and athletic activities and
was concluded early Sundav eve
ning.
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Many stars of the
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in a program of Music, Singing
and Comedy
Three Hours of Entertainment
The BIGGEST Show Bargain
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On Screen
Famous Yiddish Classic with
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withBerta Gersten and
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Matinee Continuous ._
Performance "ening
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Herman Stein Chairs Division
Food Fair executive, Herman
Stein, ol North Miami Beach, has
been appointed chairman of the
food group ol trie food, hotel, mo-
lei and allied trades division of
the 1966 Combined Jewish Appeal,
a division of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Stein, noted for his active role
in CJA work, was a co-chairman
of the food group during (he 1963
campaign.
Stein, holder of the SUver Star,
Bronze Star and two Purple Heart
decorations for gallantly 11 action
in the Pacific campaign during
World War II. has been affiliated
with the Food Fair chain since
his high school days in Newark,
N.J.. when he worked pan Urne as
a clerk.
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+Jewl&i fhrktttu)
Page 11-A
WT Confab Sets $12 Million Budget
Continued from Page 1-A
|genr.y of he United Jewish Ap-
eaf, 'or contribution of $1,-
^50,000 toward American sup-
rt of ORT services abroad.
Irs. Helen Rosenberg, president
Women's American ORT an-
Hour-: k) that her 65,000 member
Lrganiiation would contribute
fl,335,0OO during 1966. Other
brovp: affiliated with the Amer-
"The Dade
Construction
Industry
Advancement
Program's
safety
campaign
hits the nail
on the head"
A result f
Labor & Management
working together
ican ORT
support.
Federation pledged
Dr. William Hubcr, who was re-
elected president of American ORT
Federation, reported at the ecu-
In Afiira. the Middle East and
throughout the world, working In-
dependently anci in cooperation
with oui Agency for International
Development, you continue the
ferencc that the key elements of ood work of retrieving and re-
the plan include increasing ORT ,raininK human beings for useful
Hade and technical high school c**W* I note that your special
facilities and the establishment of Buest this evening is Justice of
a network of apprenticeship cen- ""' Supreme Court Abe Fortas. In
ters in Israel in order to admit >"><""ing him you honor your-
A. Friedman, executive vice-chair-
man of the United Jewish Appeal.
addressing (he same session, dec
lared that the "era of mass trans-
splantations. in the course of
which 1.750.000 Jews have mi-
grated to new lands, is still with
us. We have come to rely on im-
join the main body of the Jeu i
people."
In presenting the 1966 budget,
Paul Bernick, executive director
of the American OUT Federation,
warned that these expenditures
anticipated a deficit of over $600,-
000. but that "we dare not cut
this without doing great hurt to
many people who look to ORT to
help them." He announced that
during 1966. ORT will pass tins
S100.000.000 mark in postwar ex-
laj-ger numbers of immigrant
youth, the organization 0f teacher
training programs to stalf Hie
added classrooms, construction of
new trade schools in France to
serve the job training needs ol
some 200.000 recent North African
Jewish immigrants, and the en-
largement ol ORT programs in
India. Iran and other areas.
President Lyndon B. Joht
in a in age to the conl rence,
lated \s an or ;anization
' in vain
i: 'i \. i Ihe : orro ol
leava you havi
th i i i.i i. thi a it r
viva I. I) jhi th
ol r<
selves. I congratulate you both."
The delegates approved the
extension of ORT contracts
with the Agency for Inter-
national Development for train-
ing seivices in the West African
countries of Guinea and Mali,
following a report on these pro-
jects submitted by New York
Dor.estic Relations Judge Mau-
rice Btrnhardt, recently elected
chairman of ihe organization's
Administrative Committee.
I t Justice Abi
. j>;x>int< .1 by
ihtifon lasl J Ij
M
of tl con i
migration as the method Sy which prnditures for economic relief an I
scattered and endangered com Gaining of 565.000 persons in 35
munities shall be enabled to re- countries.
Beifi David Will Honor Cantor LKpson
For Decade of Service on Fnday Evening
Cantor William \V, Lipson will
be honored by Beth David Con-
gregation for Ins decade of serv-
ice to th-' congregation.
Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual lea l
er of Relh David, will conduct late
Friday evening services this week-
end in recognition of Cantor Lip-
son's decade of service.
Among his other contributions.
Cantor Lipson organized the Sis-
terhood Chorus and the Children's
Choir, which sinus monthly at Sab-
bath services.
A native of Chicago, Cantor
Lipson studied at the Hebrew
Theological College and the
American Conservatory of Mu-
sic. He prepared for the canto-
rate by studying w !i s i -e-
nowned cantors as KianKci, Sch-
CANTOR WILLIAM LIPSON
nipilisky, of New 'fork, and Jos-
hua Lind, of Chicago.
Cantor Lipson is a charter mem-
ber of the Cantors Assembly of
America, has staged and appeared
as soloist in concerts throughout
the Middle West and is recognized
as an authority on Hebrew liturgi-
cal music.
He served as president of the
Cantors Association of Greater
Miami and as chairman of the
Southeast region of the Cantors
assembly of America.
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fJenis? fhiraf3ir
9&A-
EMPLI .SRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi >
Friday. January 28. 196-
,.:.,. i Mlowl.ni -
gious
AGUDATH ACHIM. Lombardy Hviet.
6305 Collins A' < Orthodox
FVidaj 5 p in Saturday 9 a.m. 5Un-
oha 5:S0 p.m.
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AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave Oorthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr.
Pridny K:tr. p.m. Quest si'i:ik<-r. I'r.;
Bernardo Benea, arailuata of the Ha-
vana University Law BcnooL nervine I
as secretary of the Cuban-Hebrew
Social Circle of Miami. Subject: "lhe|
Cuban Refuser anil the K.-fuere t u-
han-.iew in American Society, ones
Shabhat hunted by Mr. ami Mrs. Al-I
len Katahner in honor of daughter
Barbara's birthday.
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AOUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ewer.
Friday 5:45 1>.m. Saturday RllO a.m.
Sermon: "Tin- Departure from the
Land of Bondage." Cantor Matua
Radiivtlover, Interpreter of Hebrew
litunry, will participate In the ei
\ :.- KM.lush to be hosted b* Mr.
:md Mrs. Isidore Llnlnsk) In honor
of their Kth wedding- anniversary.
Mincha B:M p.m. Mra. .vnn sieael
win host the Shalos Seudoa.
CANDLEL1GHTING TIME
7 Sherat 5:41 p.m.
Kiidav vir. p.m. Uuost aveaker, Har-
rv Allan Sanders, executive director,
Rarsco. Topic: Israel." Saturda)
g:$0 a.m. Mimha '.:"'> p.m.
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FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
S Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome
Klement.
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FT. LAUDERDALE JEWISH CEN-
TER. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Conservative. Charles Dickson, pres-
ident. Dr. Jack L. Merria, cantor.
IETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave
Medern Traditional. Rabbi M<
Snjpiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari
Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "Let al)
People Go." Ones Shabhat hosted by
Mr. and Mrs. Krt I.. Meeker in honor
of daughter's approaching marriage.,
Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "A Hani-i
Hearted People." Alan Poftel, brlde-
rroom-to-be of Its Becker, and heri
brother will participate In services, l "
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fog-el will host: HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
the reception. 5:13 i>.m. Discussion: I Dr. Orthodox.
'A New Plague." Gross.
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
410 E. Beach Blvd. Rev. Paul
Deutaob. .,- -^
Krldat 8 p.m. Sermon: "Inspiration
to lireatness." Kosta, Mesdames
** --'fs Goldman, Irvlni Dunn. Julio.-.
Stein.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 '3th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
Pridaj :1 run. Baturdoj '.. a.m.
Sermon: "Portion of the Law Bar
Mltsvah: Martin, son of Mr. ana
Mrs. Juan Oorodeiaky.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
Frldav 8:15 p.m. Miami Retch Chap-
ter. Cltv of Hope, will be honored,
with Mrs. <"v Ptasky, chapter presi-
dent, pulpit" guest. Sermon: 'Lost
Without Hope.
ger. Cantor Ben Oickson.
pVrvlslon of I.-sN-r Shapiro.
TEMPLE ZION. g000 Miller Rd. Co"
servatrve. Rabbi Alfred W.-mao
i-!,<,,. 11, ii m Sermon: "With Our
Sow and IxTr Old wVlg*'
Saturday 9:80 a.m. Bar 5*'"**u
gene. BOB Of Mr. and Mra. Hem*
Kltn. ga --
I
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Emanuel Kushelwitz.
president.
Frldaj 5:80 p.m. Saturday
Mincha 5:80 p.m. '
JETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes.
Frida> 7:80 p.m. Famll> aervlce.
Cake for children celebrating Jnnu-
ll.m. arj birthday* al claws tnalibal sat-
.ii.la> S:45 a.m.
Frlda.i 5:30
Mincha 5:1.1 p.m.
Rabbi Alexander S. ,,...,v <:1; ,, Sermon:
Plague of All."
p.m. Saturdaj '.' a.m.
1 r.FERETH ISRAEL. WON. MJam.
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Mem-,
8755 SW 1th St.. Miami. Rabbi ; Wern.ek "jr^whW In
Pr-TrX,. set-.....n: .;;WHat ?J ot^habbat ^Sh
Mean We by These feKrfes. Sa-; terjjooi fcM> *>a.n?. ^
I he Worst hrwn n^ ^ ^ ^ RH|)||| ,^VI
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
Oavid Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servatiee. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W. LiDson.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: '"Power of
IVrsi a^uil-i. Sirmt-j and Dneg
Shabbal fredli ati .1 to Cam : btns m
Saturday 9 h.iu tjermon: "The TorWi
Lessor liar Mltzx-ah: Alan, son <"
Mr and M'.- Roberi Kutuer, Mlnew
i P
BETH EL- 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox- Rabbi 'SoiOittoo Schift. A
Friday '' 15 anrl Sei inoi
\ re We i1'!-. el ': .lud
-
u i he SI
"' v. in.
TFMOI F Temporary office 1820 NE 164th St.
Reform. Rabbi Daniel M *_u>./
Cantor Chet Gale.
r'ridai >:!". |> in al Wa'hlnRl < '-
.-.i1. S99 SE lOTth St. Sermon
"Death of (Sod Theoloaj Film Th.
homestead JEWISH CENTER. 8th Question." will be presented b> the
St., Homestead. Conservative.
Jefferson ------
ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
a L Drazin. Cantor Louis Cohen.
SETH TFILAM. 936 Euclid Ave. Or- K '. Htlil ,'. p.m Sal
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. -. i .. m
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at St
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheew.n Stauber.
Friday 13 p.ro Snturdas 9 m Be
mnn: "The Kxodu* from Egypt
Miniha "..4". p.m
e
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEAC-
1542-44 Washington Ave.
BETH RAPHAEL., 1545
Ave. Conservative. Cantor Saul H.
Breeh.
3ETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11fi
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
' schitz. Cantor Jacob Render.
Fruia) : ud '"" Si n
Thi lai Ring Hole ol the Rabbi in
' >6H i :.i- M tz ..ili J..,.|ui i.i.
- n i; i ../.I
.1 Mltxvnli i: l>-
I llo-
Min-
t-ri Mr -> i-i Mi i'
fit. Mliu-I

JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. '532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Samuel Vigoda.
:' :.-'- St I
"Fret -l.-ii of I: -i
r'a I i -
: Si T V 1 -'-
.III
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION BO
Israelites hurriedl) partake of paschal laittb. Egyptian first
born are slain by God.
O'NA RAPHAEL piQi NW lS3rd St. 'KNESETH ISRAEL 1413 Euclid Ave
BETH ISRAEL. 770 4jth St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wem. '
r ld > :.-4'. |i m Sal fj > Sel
l:- VflMj .-t i:?(j~ :
BETH JACOB.' 301 W.ishington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi StOnaryahu T.
Conservative. Rabin Hai jld Richtei.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
Orthodon. Rabbi David
Cantor Abrah.^-n Self.
Lehrfield.
Satur.Li

CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF Ml.
AMI. '242 Washington Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Dov Rozenrv.cig.
Hebrew Lesson
50"^ yrg &W]B K'.r? poiy
j-iiDp^na no;:nn .ms-js
"383 ."iVn ]r^a 'jtf, N'n
a'ptny w* 400 Tiyi Q'?iap
-jiyns Q'sn .rrprn nyas??
'?? ^J,g c-3" p'-n nis'n
3'v; r?i-p? dj /'i^sp uv
\ -iyn-i'y-iNiy-n^QniTys
dx!5|^ nann imi-pL'jn^sn
niplrnn nrnaii ny isiq
Wj| r'^a n^ n50^
nlrjue ninsira bv nisnan
wx on?n 'ppiir, .ninriprj s^
"^BO" ty Dn-jias? n^: naf^
.D-J3Vn D';k
Quicker, Better, Cheaper
A sulnii'.'iiiiH- of Hie Israeli Navy
as m.Uw- ik'i-il ol m-ji'-ni repairs.
The workmen of the Israeli Navy
came fort^gjft the work. This was
a difficult technical operation, the
first '*JH*/lUrKl- prize yw> yn;u lo the groups of
workrryiu-|Lui- tbi> job. One must
rernennfilf Vtol>;narine 's ;i Vllv
eomplicsrtea boat. One small mis-
take, a bolt in the wrong place.
can cause disastei The team did
'.he work ouickry and for ci much
cheaper praca than it woul I c isl
abroad. Ii *\v.ns a million pounds
cheaper. &jid no less important:
from now,,yu, the navy woi'ld not
have to turn to foreign dockyards
1 i epair jjjL.boai.v
Another group prize -mis re-
ceived !>y the "Scientific Translu-

LUBAVITCHER M NYAN. 8C0 Wash
inuton Ave. Orthooox. Rabbi Aura-
ham Korf. C.intor Ernest Field.
e
MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
- e
OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy Dr
Orthooox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber-
man.
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SEPHARDIC JEW.SH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nati-
onal.
:...i. .M::r .i :, ;. in ratitrda? v "
-. "Til Sen.-i : i 'urn -

---- ----
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18"51 NE
1th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
l. Caplan.
Ii m Sei mnn
"Musi t Pi i-~.-\, iv.l fur Fn VVi
Muic i ... foi I', Rabbi
i ineK
n iiu -..a
-ii \ l'i upli .- i !< '.:
j ill i- in.
I
Q^n-b'n by n^rsn r.ns
l^.pn? n^.pr nn'n ,:r.--;',n
DTT^n ni]"33 r*S AVn temple adath'yeshurun. con
* servative. 1025 NE 183id St.. Miam.
uv _. -._ .. i^ttn'] Bm Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Stone.
>S_w HI H .I T\7SiiF Wli Cantor Maurice Neu.
.riKa ixibb lWttn ,7\ti3 'jpo "a*
1 '' inun11y Hi inslbllli ilny i :43
m,-y ~y ~"> 3 9 \Pi i -r Mr. and Mr- mi
7 t '" sh 'l'"1' Seuilo In Mi
D'C *T3K*n r?7"S :13T? U'.lt ana Mr> MyronWIvei
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5000 S Kendall
,nnKn:^? nj?3 .invs-n:33 or., So. M.an-,,. Ref0rm Rabb,
l: : I He^ber, Baumgard. Cantor Michael
-ti wftyt ,iolpaa #?? na is ,,,^;:-.:,, ,,, 1U(
ys? rnsn .nrjp by' ]iosV an
TIJ831 ni-i'n^ n"ii3?n nx
jinina na-ina n&) ^r\y
jvVn Ty |>|g ]l3pnn >in?
:nin9 xb iwny no-, .r.ii'V
n;n ^"n "]~\vy. *b an, nnya
~nb '73 niiT niasoaV niaD1?
- i : t rTTi i
.ftp o'^n '!?3 m IP
i^ap ,-irn< "Txiap" on?
'And ye shall eat it in haste it is the Lord's pas-over''
(Exod. 12.11).
BO God M-m Moses to Pharaoh once more with the following
words: "Go in unto Pharaoh and tell him: \ If thou
use to let My people go, behold, tomorrow will 1 bring locusts
into thy border'" Exod 10.1-4) Pharaoh would not be moved.
Then God punished Egypl with a thick darkness. Yet Pharaoh
iine.1 adamant Finally, Moses warned the King ol Egypt
th:it God would send the most (earful plague of all, the death
hi a the first born in the land, both of men and beast-
The Israelites were given the ordinance of the Passover,
so named because God passed over the homes of the Israelites
when he killed the first born of the Egyptians, on midnight of
the fifteenth day of the first month (Nissan), Pharaoh was
shaken, at last. He sent the children of Israel from the land
They consisted of 'about six-hundred-thousand men on foot,
besides children."
In their baste to leave Egypt, the Israelites baked mat/oh ^k
from dough that was not leavened science the prohibition *'
against eating leavened bread on Pasover,
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is
traded and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage edited by P. Wobman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher it
Shengoid, and the volume is available at 27 William St., Now
York S, N.Y. Piesident of tne society distributing the volumo
is Joseph Scblang.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Proper Use of Time
Assures Our Purpose
van 1..-I.. u \,, ii v. jli,, ,., N ,.
Hun il re leratlon nf Ti Itr >t>i -
,'1'.....Is. T"i"'. "Judaism ..n Tele-
vision s.,n rila> II a.m .-. ......
conducted i.i Religious Schoi
By RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Beth El Congregation
The first Mitzvah given to the
bus in preparation for release
temple beth "el of holly. irn> Egypt was Hachodesh Haze
Ra^Ps,^! JS;,,h Ave Re,orm' Lochem"- "this month shall be
Prlday 8:13 p.m. Sermon "The Pit- unto >'ou" Tne
I..I ol I ,i..n,iMi.|, Minnbi 11 a.m ordinance called
Hit MltlVah: llin. >,,,, ,,r \i, .,..,1 ,__ .. ...
Mrs. Irving it. i-,i for the Israelites
.,,.., 'to sanctify the
^^I^^on^rrni.,7500^,--'^ and afiix
Morris Skop.
Pliday 8:15 |.m. Sermon: "Th
I..L--
a calendar by
which the Holy
a.m. Sermon: a p......i,. ,,t (,..,,. Days would be
'""' VMon*" determined. In
istcr's office and the Jewish Agen
cy. exports scientific translations
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEm of Holly. eSSeBCe, the Ord-
wood, 1725 Monroe St. Conservative, inance saVS. VOU
Rabr,, Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er- nr ,,, L ,u"
nest Steiner. ',re '> OC the
: __ a master over-
turn Institute." The enterprise T^JP"-E beth sholom. 4144 chase time, and not en-
which belongs to the Prime Min-! cZ^o^conT.'erLe0n Kron',h- slaved by it
-"""'".".rst,;:;:m niT;mle. is,,h^
,'"-"". Hharetl and Prhwvltacr' l""s' limited
lo 50 countries. The income is two I I rdaj i :. [tH \, / ,,
million dollars Fifty steady trans- '' ,:',,:,"'''' "' Nh niid
lators and another 400 work part-
time. Many of the worker' arc new
immigrants
This year, the Kaplan efficiency
prize was given to a gr tup ol
young women from Beisari the
Immigrant City. These were nurses
who care for mothers an-! children
This group of nurses, through its
great devotion, was sneer-sail in
diminishing the baby death rate
and raise the health standard of
families from under leveloped
countries. The judges praised the
work of the "white ann"!-
Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit
Kabhi Scniff
bought, stolen.
i^1P1-E B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
?2nd Aye. Coniervative. Rabbi S M
Machtel. Cantor Abraham Reiaeman!
tlltsva
"in oi I'oni gall i,
Ml
thing man has.
It can neither be
nor extended. Vet tins ,
element is the must misused,
abused and squandered. While the
technology ol man is gear*
conserving time, his impulsi Is
ared to wasting it. Contrast the
tpmp. c oT-r. cutting of travel time, automated
Q.lxm.n. R-lb"' Ral"h z- hold appliances on the one
';,i', **"'<' playing, the addiction to
T^v^.^-^e'^^l^^!,K'^''" ^ -" n"
Lehrman. cantor zvi Adier worrying on the other
p. must choose between saving
am. Sermii Wi .. Portion of th, ,lme and e"Ving time. A
Ml,- -N Jan..... .-,. '."' we have, tot all it's worth
" '"" 1,u' inscription on the monu-
nert of a vagrant read: "Here I:
lohn Doe, died at twenty, bun
t sixty." As far as achievemer.
us hli- was over twenty, while
xisted physically until sixty.
In Perek. we read, "The d-
s short, and the work is great
The work of study, good deed/"}
character development. pro]
training of one's family, and coi
inunal service is so great that a
entire lifetime is hardly enou-
for its fulfillment. Dilute that lit
time with wasted years, and lit
trace remains of man's existent
How true therefore the thougl
"killing time is murder."
The Israelites, on the thresho I
of freedom from enslavement >
Pharaoh, had to be warned again
enslavement to time, lest the
freedom become dissipated.
It is only through proper Uti
-ration of time that we can enjt
years of fruition and accompli-
nient. bringing subsance to
time-honored wish for long life

Tins h^nf is prrf\i>fJ r. .
>i u-iili the G'i-.iu-' Mi
ami Rdbbi i .\.
1 of featurei
".: lic-r(- is
DK MAX LIPSCHITZ
niial It-jjfr of Btth 7
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. January 28, 1966
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MITCHELL WOLFSON
)i Baumgard in Talk
ll)bi Herbert M. Baumgard will
ire on "How to Become a Bet-
Jewish Mother" before the
pple Beth Ani adult education
on Monday at 10 a.m.
Wolf son Will
Chair Gieason
8'naith B'rith Fete
Col. Mitcht ll Wolf son, chairman
ol the Bard of Wometco Enter-
prises, was named general chair-
man of tht National B"nai B'rith
Youth Service Dinner honoring
Jackie Gieason.
The dinner will he held at the
Fonta'nebleau Hotel Sunday eve-
ning, Mar. 13.
Cited as "Outstanding Citizen of
Miami Beach." in 1965. Col. Wolf
son said "we hope to make the din-
ner the most siiceS$FuY,6irrts lu'hd
in the United States,- and to focus
nationwide attention to the contri-
butions to philanthropy made b'y
Jackie Gieason.'"
The B'nai B'rith Foundation
supports Hilitl Houses on over 250
college campuses in the United
States, and in other parts of the
world. It also provides vocational
guidance for those students abort
to enter college.
Other youth groups include
Alcph Zadi'k Aleph and B'nai B'rith
Girls.
We are sincerely grateful to
friends, relatives and neighbors
for their many kind acts of sympathy
during Hie recent loss of our dear son
f\. onala oOovaVr K^flichntan
Such kindness and thoughtfulness
can never be forgotten
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and
*_ VlaUlaa \A/atMoM1 t^ra#n/m#/ier
HE RELIGIOUS ZIONISTS OF AMERICA
Will Tender A Reception and Dinner
Honoring
Hyman Kolko, National Vice President
and
Mrs. Hyman Kolko
Outstanding Local and National Community Leaders
at the
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Left to right are Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual leader of Beth
David Congregation, congratulating Harry Simons on the
occasion of the fourth anniversary of the synagogue library
which Simons founded. Looking on is executive director of the
congregation. Edward L. Kay.
Library Founder Will be Honored
On Feb. 4. the Harry Simon
Library of Beth David Congrega-
tion will celebrate its fourth birth-
day with a Library Sabbath in the
evening.
Honored will be Harry "Pop"
Simons, founder of the library, and
a special program is planned for
the services and Oneg Shabbat.
Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual lead-
er of the congregation, will give a
short book review, and exhibits
will also be on view.
Beth David Library is certified
by the National Jewish Book
Brotherhood
National Director
To be Speaker Here
Sylvan Lebow. executive direc-
tor of the National Federation of
Temple Brotherhoods, will be guest
speaker at several Reform congre-
gations throughout the Greater
Miami area.
Lebow will speak during Friday-
evening services. 8:30 p.m.. at
Temple Beth Am His theme will
be "Judaism on Television."
On Sunday morning, at 10:30
a.m.. I,cbow will address a month-
ly meeting of the Temple Beth
Sholom Men's Club in the Temple
Auditorium.
Jack M. Fink, vice president
of Beth Sholom, and past presi-
dent of the B'nai B'rith Council
of South Florida, will serve as
program chairman.
On Friday evening, Feb. 4. Le-
bow will be a guest speaker at
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
late Sabbath services.
On Sunday morning. Feb. 6. he
will conduct a Southeast Florida
Federation Workshop for leaders .
of the eight temple brotherhoods
here affiliated with the National
Federation. The workshop will be
at the Biscayne Cafeteria.
Showing of a new motion pic-
ture. "The Fast I Have Chosen."
narrated by Melvyn Douglas, will
be featured at Lebow's Temple
Beth Am and Temple Beth Sholom
appearances. "Judaism and the
Great Society" will be the subject
of his discussion before the Beth
Sholom Brotherhood.
"The Fast I Have Chosen"
Jfie .-XJcc./s of C/eott
_/ffcl KlIMfl/H with Lls.
Spiritual Leaders
To be Honored
Two Jewish spiritual leaders
will be honored ;it Agudath Israel
Hebrew Institute this weekend, ac
- to an announcement by
Dr. Isaac Ever, spiritual leader
Cantor Matus Radzivilover.
known as the "last Vohliner Can-
tor." will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy during services
at Agudath Israel this Friday eve-
ning and Saturday morning.
Kiddush following Saturday ser-
vices will honor Cantor Radzivil-
over. with Mr. and Mrs. Isidore
Lipinsky. marking, .their' 2th an-
niversary, serving as hosts.
- Sunday evening, at 7:30 p.m..
Rabbi AVrJ'rlor'Cyperstein. dean of
the rabbinical and medical college
of Yeshiva University, and a lead-
er in the Union of Orthodox Rab-
bis of America and Canada, will
report on his recent trip to Israel.
Council. The library features some
4,000 books available for reference
and circulation, with new volumes
being added weekly.
Mrs. Albert J. Beer, chairman
in charge of the library, and Mrs.
Melvin Rosenbaum. librarian,
head a committee consisting of
Mesdames Harold Berke. George
Laskin. Charles Rosenberg, Lewis
Sternshein. Lawrence Scherr.
Manuel Lubel. Murray Turetsky.
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vjenis* fk>ridi^ri
Friday. January 28, 1966
Between tou and Me: B, BORIS SMOIAR
Book on Chagall Outstanding Study of Art
THE YEAR 1966 started with the pub-
' Mention this week of a number of ex-
cellent books on Jewish art. Jewish po-
etry. Jewish history. Outstanding among
them is a book about Marc Chagall, the
world-famous Jewish painter, published
under the title -Chagall." The author.
Prof. Jean Cassou. is recognized as one
j of the foremost authorities on modern
* art. and is an intimate friend of Chagall.
He goes into great details analyzing the works of the
noted painter and the various periods in his life, and their
CapUol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Differing Views on War in Viet Nam
WHEN THE NAZIS, Ku Klux Klan. and
other rightwing extremists recently
sought to Inflame hatred against Jews
for demonstrating for Viet Namese
peace, a determined response emerged
from leading Jewish groups.
There were differences among Jews,
as among all citizens, on the wisdom of
the Administrations policy in Viet Nam.
But Jews were especially concerned lest
lawful dissent be crushed by war hysteria, enforced con-
formity, and emotional appeals to racist bigotry.
For the guidance of hundreds of B'nai B'rith lodges
throughout the country, the organization's board of gov-
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Some Confusion
B
RILL I ANT" is columnist Jo-
seph Alsop's tribute to Presi-
dent Johnson for the smooth way
in which the Chief Executive ma-
neuvered the iederal aid-to-educa-
tion bill through Congress. "The
President has a wonderful knack
of finding a contraption that does
what needs doing without stir-
ring anyone up at all." Alsop con-
c hides.
And in the next breath, the columnist acknowl-
as does every careful student of constitutional
law. that the legislation "patently crosses the line
of Federal assistance to church schools."
Yet during his campaign for the Presidency, Mr.
Johnson stated quite plainly that he would oppose
any federal program, including assistance to schools.
which doe.s not strictly conform to the American
tradition of separation of church and state, expressed
in the First amendment.
Its understandable, then that the nations most
influential Protestant journal, The Christian Cen-
tury, has concluded that: The President may have
reduced tension, but he has not eliminated the re-
ligion issue This is not surprising. In our coun-
try, however gently the federal government touches
the three R-s. it will inevitably jar the fourth R, Re-
ligion."
Little wonder then, that the Baptist Joint Com-
mittee on Public Affairs, because of concern over
the blurring of church state lines in both the federal
aid-to-education and the War-on-Poverty acts, has
proposed a new set of principles to stand up against
infractions in administration of these greatly-need-
ed legislative assaults on undereducation and pov-
erty.
Another Protestant sector, Presbyterian Life, has
also raised doubts about the opening of some here-
tofore prudently-closed doors to the nation moves to
help the poor and train and teach those in need of
learning.
In general, these are the cautionary suggestions:
Grants should not be given directly "to denomina-
tional private schools; public authorities should con-
tinue to administer the benefits: students should al-
ways be able to identify the benefits as public ser-
vices; benefit programs under no circumstances be
used tor religious indoctrination; benefits must be
available id all without discrimination as to race,
religion, class, or national origin.
The National Community Relations Advisory
Council, now embracing eight of the largesl nation-
al JewMi bodice active in the inter-group field as
well as 78 community relations councils, is i>erhaps
the keenest ol all the mechanisms when it comes to
i;eepin< a weather eye On pos-ilile piercings of the
constitutional curtains separatinng church and state
: year ago, the NCRAC noted that remedial
Progri :id i. conducted in several cities with
office of Economic Opportunity money in both pub-
lie ai.d parochial facilities. Sargent Shriver said
was alrighl because welfare services rather
than education was being offered. But the NCRAC
w
.i
'turally ni d with that explanation, and
t this writing is continuing correctly to alert the
nation to the possibilities of church-state principle
incursions,
influence on his creation
atmosphere in Vitobsk, t
was born, has been followi
paintings which he made until toaa>f Ai.uuugu y>** ; --;- lniversitv Hadassah Medical
himself profoundly doubts that his fantasy world and rusalcm of iht ii< 'r" ^ ; fc inspira.
the psychic reaht.es underlying i, are exclusively Jewish, Center to this ^gMM^^m^Ufmgn
his talent revealed itself in his early paintings, where he ion from tM mam, rwon k
depicted the mam stages of the life of a devout Jew in a brought ^jtt*m Chagall-wnich
mi later paintings, with goats, cows, fiddles. Jewish carries many reproductions in color.and ,riMM
tigures. are all drawn from the remembrances of his youth white of the artist, works explores Jhag^ **
And the Biblical subjects ,n h,s engraving, draw.ngs and cWidhoodj^Jtfj*t&
scribes Chagall's artistic rise in France and in Germany
and. during World War II. in the United States. Yet Cassou
finds, wherever Chagall has traveled, childhood memories
have followed him.
In all his artistic works. Chagall's central theme erf love
lemains rioted in the Jewish traditions of his ghetto home,
the author -noses. In addition lo carrying 186 reproduc-
tions Of Chagall's paintings, the volume provides .iLso a
chronology, giving the high points of the artists Ufa until
1966 Frederick A Praeger, the publishers are to be con-
gratulated for the splendid job they have done in pro-
ducing this book which gives a striking portrait of c igall, ^
crnors circulated a resolution just adopted. It resolved
that B'nai B'rith "urge that negotiations should be eon-
ducted by all parties who can assist in bringing about cess
Btion to hostilities and that every effort must be made to
involve the United Nations in hastening a solution to the
present crisis and in maintaining the peace in the area.
and that we recognize the right to keep open the channels
of free expression of views, including dissent, for such
expression is at the very heart of our democratic order,
and provides the means for selecting alternative avenues
to the realization of peace."
The American Jewish Congress adopted a resolution
voicing belief that threats and pressures against critics of
American policy in Viet Nam have evoked a "menacing
climate" in which lawful dissent Is punished as political
disloyalty. The American Jewish Congress deplored the
role of high government officials in "the evolution of a
public mood in which any criticism of American foreign
policy in the Far Fast becomes hazardous." Statements by
FBI director J. Edgar Hoover and the U.S. Attorney Gen-
eral were cited.
The Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. took an ap-
proach that differed from some other Jewish groups So
did the Jewish Welfare Board and a number of Jewish
military chaplains. A JWV delegation flew to Viet Nam.
siressed to servicemen the backing of the war by "the
American Jewish community at large and Jewish veter-
ans." and pointed out that "the protests of noisy dissenters
do not reflect the overwhelming sentiment of the Ameri-
can people."
Rabbi Jacob J. Weinstein. of Chicago, president of
the Central Conference of American Rabbis, was an eye-
witness to events in Viet Nam as a member of the Emer-
gency Clergymen's Committee that visited the battle
scene. He returned convinced that "one must do more than
speak vaguely of 'peace' in synagogue prayers" but should
also seek negotiations, cessation of bombings, and Iree
elections in Viet Nam to prevent escalation.
The Union of American Hebrew Congregations adopt
ed a resolution stating that "as representatives of a re-
ligious people within whom there dwells the deep hunger
for peace among men and for whom a supreme value is
the preciousnesa of human life." the group was profoundly
troubled by the war in Viet Nam. The UAHC called for a
cessation of hostilities with initiative by the United States
and negotiation with "any and all parties."
But Washington officials termed peace pleas of rabbis
and others to be "naive" and failing to recognize "the re-
alities of the Communist eruption in Asia that can be
stemmed only by firm, military steps." An analogy was
drawn here to compare Communist expansionism with
Nazi expansionism and resentment voiced when attempts
are made to point out differences and alternative strate-
gies in the struggle against totalitarianism.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Wonderful Land
LJE WAS on a bus in Tel Aviv
might have come from New-
ark, N.l. or Akron, <>.. or San Di-
ego A typical American tourist.
This was his first day in [si M
and this was his first bus ride
there. He was on the land which
Muses had foreseen from the top
of Pisgah, Here David had sung,
and Amos preached the univer al
God.
lb was all excited. He looked about the bus te
knew none ot the passengers. The bus rode along.
Every now and then, the driver would say something
loud, but the American did not understand what be
said. Then suddenly the driver called out. "Shalom
Aleichem." The American could not re-train him-
self. He cried out aloud. "Israel is a wonderful land.
Where else in the world would you find the driv.;r
in the middle of a bus ride calling out to all Sha D
Aleichem?"
He didn't know that Shalom Aleichem was the
name of a street, and the driver was just calling 'lie
iiann of the streets as he came to them.
Sholem Aleichem might be a Yiddish writer
where but, in Israel, he is a Street.
In the beginning. Israel did not look with favor
upon Yiddish, but now the mood has changed I
read that, during Prime Minister Eshkol's recent
confinement in a hospital, his attending doctor com
plaineci that Mr Eshkol was full of jokes, but he
only understood about half. Eshkol generally tells
his jokts in Yiddish.
When the famous Hebrew poet. Bialik. visit .i
America, an American Jew upbraided him for tpeak-
ing Yiddish He was asked: "You are a master of
Hebrew. Why do you speak Yiddish?"
"Well." replied Bialik. "if you are not in a hu: y,
I shall be glad to speak in Hebrew."
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
^^^mmmtm^^^m'^^^^^m^mm*^^^^^mm^mmmmmwmammmmmmm^mmm^mmm^m^mmm^mmm
On Getting into NYU's Hall of Fame
QN THE SAME day. the news-
^ papers announced that four
additions were made to the Hall of
Fame at New York University and
that the university had been given
two and a half million dollars by-
Andre Meyer, a banker associated
with Lazard Freres.
Mr. Meyer is a Jew Whether he
works hard at his Jewishness, I
don't know. But he displayed a good Jewish trail
when he gave his magnanimous gilt despite the fact
that no Jew has as yet been elected lo the Hall of
I-anie.
Nor am I suggesting that anyone should allow his
attitude towards NYU to be colored by thai fact. I
am expressing my astonishment, however, that of
he !t2 people chosen for that honor since the Hall
I mi dea was originated in 1900. not .. single
sh celebrity has been deemed wot dis
linction.
'.dually, I am informed thai NYU merelj houses
' Hal] i t I'ame, ;, sight ..cm- attraction u
visiting in the Bronx. The busts 1 5p|( n.
Americans are arrayed in a cut over-
looking a great view of the city The iiaii o! Fame
'" independent entity mal i Uie univer-
sity premises.
To get onto that wall of lain, a person must he
dead fo: 25 years and receive a majoritv of the vote;
of 124 lectors in the fields of learning," the arts and
business. Hie balloting takes place every live ye 1
and no moie than seven honorees max be elevated
at any one time.
I would like to know what is wrong with the
124 electi rs that in 65 years they should have be.
-o myopi, r] .han't Baj prejudiced) as not to lift up
single American Jew to sit m this pantheon.
In :,.. most recent election, the nod went 1
ver Wendell Holmes Fine! also saluted
^r" Good! So was Jane Ad.la,
1 Sylvanus Thayer, onetime h. I
01 West Poii oi^'
an a majority bin n e
ears were Andrew Carnegie, with *'>
Wald,39; and Jeffer*oi Da< 38 M 1
sh and Isn't it nice that the elect
more vote than the head "I the C
I the head of the Confederacy
doesn't that reveal something aJ
I
ih
'-< electors ought to bear from mot
' n 10I-1 that frequently thej are amen
' ions 01 fellow-Americans We
re of New York University I'd like 1
electors are; although 111 admit I -


1
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je Ave., Miami Beach features 50 stained "a unigue trend in religious building construc-
ts, windows, each symbolizing unigue Jew- tion."
traditions. The new Beth Israel has been
:ommemorating the founders of presented
teth Israel Congregation will be banquet
and dedicated al
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Friday, Januaiy \
Rabbi Balfour Brickner will
speak at Temple Israel of
Greater Miami on Sunday
morning. 10:30 a.m.. at the
Adult Lecture Series. Rabbi
Brickner will discuss the
"American lew and Inter-
faith Activities." Rabbi Brick-
ner is director of the Commis-
sion on Interfaith Activities
of the UAHC.
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A. miles after presenting and receiving citations at Kings
Be s Annual Awards Ball the other evening are Mr. and Mrs.
ard Putteiman and Mr. and Mis. Jeffery Kaufman. Put-
::n emceed the Awards Bail while Mis. Kaufman was
the top recipients -the club's Women's Golf Chamipcn.
trays., ice and champaqne buckets, and cups were
. ig the awards presented to the club's golf, tennis, swim-
. and yachting stars.
miles over the success of the Initial Gifts dinner of the
lined Jewish Appeal Sunday night at the Fontainebleau
are (left to right) Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Mrs. Inez
iky, Mrs. Leon Ell and Mrs. Arthur Courshon. Mrs. Kren-
served as chairman of hostesses, and the others were on
the -lostess committee for the black tie affair which launched
:366 CIA effort to raise $1,566,666 for more than 50 local.
ncmcnal and overseas agencies.
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oman s
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Miami Florida, Friday, January 28, 1966
Section B
Council Programs for February
Mrs. William I. Brenner, presi-
dent of Greater Miami Section.
National Council of Jewish Worn- '
en, announces that division meet-
ings Wednesday will have diversi-
lied program.
*
Bay Division is planning to meet
at Washington Federal. 71st St.
and Normandy Isle. A 10 a.m.
study group will feature Miss Min-
nie Feinberg. executive secretary
of Council, who will discuss 'Coun-
cil's Role in Indemnification and
Immigration." Noon luncheon pro-
gram will include a talk by Larry
King. President is Mrs. Robert
Childs.
*
Coral Division is slated to meet
at llillel House. 1100 Miller Dr. Pe-
tite luncheon at 11:30 a.m. will be
followed by an Israeli film and a
musical presentation. "The Sound
of Jewish Music," featuring the
Coral Caroliers. President is Mrs.
Louis Schneiderman.
* *. *
Indian Creek Division is set to
meet at the Caribbean Hotel for a
luncheon at 11:80 a.m. and observ-
ance of Jewish Music Month Pres-
ident is Mrs. Milton Gross.
* *
Islands Division will meet at the
Venetian Isles Motel at 12 noon.
A book review will be given by
Mrs. Edythe Geiger. President is
Mrs. Robert Somerstein.
* *
Lincoln Division will meet at the
Sea Gull Hotel for a 12:30 p.m. de-
sert luncheon. Program will be jn
"The World Through the Eyes of
Council," with guest speaker. Mrs.
Aaron Farr, national board mem-
ber. Miss Elsie Schwabe is presi-
dent.
* *
Shores Division noon luncheon
meeting at Westview Country Club
will inculde presentation of "Our
Hearts Will Rejoice." with drama
and music from Barry College,
President is Mrs Larry Hoffman.
*
South Dade Division is sched-
uled to meet at the YM and WHA
at 8500 SW 8th St.. at 9:30 a.m.. for
coffee. "Contemporary Art" will be
discussed by guest speaker. Dr. Au-
gust Freundlich, director of the
Joe and Emily Lowe Gallery, and
chairman of the University of Mi-
ami Art Department. President is
Mrs Burton Level
m: a mi's nuts* uniqav sht>p
Saul Share, of Detroit.
spending the winter at the
n Hotel, celebrated her
i.iy .Sunday surrounded by
friends and relatives .
those wishing her "many.
more" were the Nathan
ans, in her own home
a -^:, r, Mrs. Fanny Bar
Bi i iklyn; another sis
- Estelle Degutz, and the
Gales, of Miami Beachj
| ii Frenkle, all the waj
Johann tsburg, so. Africa;
ii Mrs Benjamin Brown-
Mrs Evelyn Cowan ami
Badanna Schrogovitz, who
then time between Can
i Miami Beach Mrs,
tl mother of Prof. Eu
Rostow, of Yale Univer
r v. ,it w. Rostow, of
igton, intimate advisor to
te Pn iidenl Kennedy, and
Ko-;.,w. of Ann Arbor.

lay will be a busy but
day tor Isaac Frank 81
In the morning, he and his
ill be present when grand
daughter Nancy (Mrs. Edwaid)
ISABEL GRCVF
Pastroff receives her MA degree
during University of Miami com-
mencement ex >rcises, anil in the
evening they will attend the re-
union dinner of City College of
New York on the Beach Mem-
ber of the class of 1906, Franh i>
a forme] Assistant Attorney Gen-
era! ol the State of New York .
Daughter of the former Sylvia
Prank and Jess Freed. Nancy is
active in Delta Phi ESpsilon and
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en She lives with husband,
Edward, and son. Michael, on
Surprise Lake in So. Miami.
Jonathan Mace Major born on
Jan. 20 was center of attraction
Thursday evening at a party in
his honor given by parents. Mir-
iam Sue and Marshall S. Major,
at their Coconut Grove hoim
1824 Tigertail Also much in
evidence were adorable sisters
Hillary 3 and Melissa 2 Easi-
ly identified by their happy ex-
pressions, maternal grandpar-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Al Levine. and
Mr and Mrs Harry Mayerowitz,
Continued on Page 7-B
Thv
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From Miami's most unique shop, a group of unusual
ceramics from Israel. Mugs, dishes, plates, bowls,
pencil holders, vases, and ashtrays, all in modern
shapes, but wi'h an old-world mettled lock Welcome
?or gifts, attractive in modern or settings.
Earthy tones of brown, blue, green, yellow.
The Israel', street floor, dowtito..
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Friday, January 28,
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:s and auests of the Southeastern Flori-
da Region of Women's American ORT at a
Mellon Mother tribute luncheon recently in
he Deauville Hotel are standing .left to right*
Mrs : -. Shapiro Mellah Mother of the Year:
toastmatter; Mrs. Harry Rosen-
national \.,-. p:t-j;,ii'n; Mrs, Florence
Kupperman region president- Mis. Jack Kra-
A S7 000 smi ashed by S. K. Bronstein .center admin-
istratoi oi C i Hasp::.-.", o.s he accepts the big
donation from Mrs Lea Benr.an :er. and Women s Auxil-
iarj ['resident Mrs. Doran Zinner right a: their recent mid-
wintei meeting. The check rep:ese:v.s six months cf sates
proceeds ::c:v. the Lobby G::: Shop operated entire'.-,- by
the Auxiliary and its volunteers. Director o: the shop is
Mrs Morris Bkru ateisted by Mis, Berman Mrs. L-er.e Fink
and Mrs. Byron Spar]
Cedars Women Slate Seminar
Volunteers Seminal and Work-
.- -roc by Cedars
I i.< H spital \. \ ...-. \ n
Member Brunch
At Miami T
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Miss Barbara Bn .. super
Miss Jackie
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President Mrs Doran .'
i appoint '
assist teen
t>j which volunteers can
liscovi hidden u
and bet bm dm -: i ffective
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In ad lit :. personal given
:-> Auxiliary roioeteers the wont-
re also ins
-..bsrantiai nan :.: tbs bus-
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mer. social assistance chairman; Mrs. Richard
Greenbaum, vice president. Seated (left to
right' are Mrs. Louis Barcn. chairman of the
day; Mrs. Harold Schneider, Executive Com-
mittee chairman: Mrs. Joseph Wilkes, past
president; Abbe Lane, Mellah Mother; Mrs.
Grace Lane, Mellah Mother, and Abbe's
net Mrs. William Fishman, vice president.
Cancer Society
To Benefit From
Fashion Show
Cancer Societj

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Th< Soled < secu-
red can Can-
cer Societj is Mrs Luci
ral < cl airmen are Mrs Je-
it erson and Mrs
Claughti n Chalrman of hostesses
is Mrs. Alfred Daniels, and fashion
show director will be Miss Betty
win. of Burdine'i
The Fete du Soleil fashion mu-
;anza will include
clothes from designers' collections
- n all over the world. Israeli de-
signers will be represented by Got-
tes of Israel
Let's Get Away from it All" is
ame of one of the show >,
s featuring new uniforms de-
signed for Celanese and Burdine's
which will be introduced.
'. Zipp, fashion edit
The Jewish Floridian. will be
roup that will fly to
Fr eport through the
courtesy of Lucaya Hotel and
Grand Urwaj in Tues-
day Feb 8. ..< part of the "61
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bread used to taste?
August Bros.
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ORT Officials
At Conference
Mr. and Mrs Ham Rosenblatt
wen in New York this week at
ng the annual national con-
ence of the American OR 1" Fed-
it Hoard of Directors at the
Commodore Dr William Ha-
tn-r is president.
Rosenblatt is president of the
Men's Chapter ot
American ORT Federation, and
Mr* Rosenblatt is national vice
lent of Women's American
ORT. and chairman of the Nil-
Field Expansion Committee
"*' !" S 111 ern Area
x < Fortas ol the United
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Workmen's Circle Clubs Celebrate
dub Everglades Workmen's
Circle will celebrate its 18th anni-
versary with a dinner on Saturday.
6:30 p.m.. at 1545 SW 3rd St.
Comprised oi second and third
generation American-Jewish fam-
ilies, the branch was the third to
be chartered in the Greater Miami
area by the national fraternal or-
ganization.
The program, arranged by Mrs.
Haj-rv Schuldiner, includes a con-
cert by Ruth William and Yicki
Heukeleer, followed by dancing.
*
Miami Beach 69!) ol Workmen -
Teen Actress
Wins New Award
Mindi Forer participated in the
recent National Forensic Festival
held at Miami Beach, when con-
testants from LOO schools through-
out th" nation vied for awards in
their chosen categories ol speech.
debate, and dramatic interpreta-
tion
Mindi reached the finali In dra-
matic interpretation and was the
r award at the
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Circle will hold its 20th annivet
sary dinner on Sundav. i; ... ..
1545 SW 3rd St. Program mi '
dude observance of the 69th Juiv
lee of the national fraternal .,,,''
/ation. '"
Evening will include a qroup ,
songs by A. Krashinsk>. | Mon_
Great Jewish Books
A round table discussion on
"Great Jewish Books" will !>, fea-
tured al a meeting of B'nai l\ rith
American Fraternal Zionist
zation on Monday evening
al the Miami Beach Federal. Lin-
coln Kd and Washington Ave
Wtleomt Wigon International, wit*
*w 5.000 hosttsMt, his mof
Jhsa thirty ywu uptntnea ia
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ter dunng Friday evening sm
ices. He will talk on -Dollar., f-
Sculptress Will
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and YWH
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8500 SW 8th St .
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The t h r 8 e
w e e k exhibit,
which o p e n s
with a coektail
party, is by in-
Ztmm Power \ nation o n I y
Miss Posewr. who has sculpted
the heads of leading citizens of
world, will be guest of honor at
the opening starting al 7 p.m.
During the three weeks of the
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Mrs. Abraham Mason is presented with a prayer book from
the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami for 57 years of
dedicated seivice. Leon J. Ell, honorary president of the Jew-
sh National Fund Council, makes the presentation. Looking
on is Abraham Grunhut, vice president of the council.
Mrs. Lehman
To Speak At
Pioneer-CJA Day
INITIAL GlfTS PAGt 5-B
AGENCY TOUR PAGt 7-B
Mrs. Jean C. lx-hman, chairman
. i the Women's Division of the
'ombined Jewish Appeal, will
speak at the annual Pioneer Won*
n CJA Daj scheduled for Tuesday
Feb. 1. at the Barcelona
Hotel.
Mrs, Milton Green, president of
Pioneer Women's Council of
i r Miimi. and vice president
: the Ziotn-l Council of South
Florida, will serve as chairman lor
incheon.
e than 200 members of the
ization, traditionally the first
ii the Women's Division to hold its
>wn meeting in behalf of the
r Miami Jewish Federation
and tin- United Jewish Appeal are
ted !o attend the event.
Sharing the spotlight with Mrs.
Lehman and Mrs. Green will be
"in -:.'" ''I- of the met'.n pu lure,
I i My People Cii." which wis
red bj Xerox Corporation
hi l.etwork television recently and
'ii praise from almost eveiy
newspaper and magazine critic in
the nation.
Mr.'. Green pointed out that the
Pi nicer Women's record of giving
I the annual CJA Day "is almost
100 per cent, a record we hope to
iven better this y.-ar in view of
Hie greatly increased needs.-'
MRS. MILTON GRftN
Beach Chapter
Member Rally
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah will culminate a three month
membership campaign at a rally
to be held in the Miami Beach
Auditorium on Monday. Feb. 7,
..' l p.m.
George Jessel. stage and televi-
sion star, will present the Myrtle
Wreath Award to Mrs. Jennie
Grossinger. Mrs. Philip Thau is
program vice president of the
chapter.
Mrs. Norman Myers is member-
ship vice president.
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All-Florida Conference of Mizrachi Deborah chapter luncheon
To Open at Fontainebleau Sunday Night
Annual all-Florida conference of
the Mizrachi Women's Organiza-
tion of America will open Sunday
night at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
At 8 p.m.. Metro Mayor Chuck
Hall will officially launch the con-
ference with a welcoming pro-
clamation honoring the work of
the 40-year-old religious Zionist
women's organization, which today
numbers some 50.000 persons.
Similar proclamations have
been issued by Miami Mayor Rob-
art King High and Miami Reach
Mayor Klliott Roosevelt in honor
ol the occasion.
Principal speaker at the inau-
gural session will be Mrs. Moses
Dyckman, honorary national pres-
dent, according to Mrs. Alfred
Stone, coordinator for Florida
Mizrachi activities.
Mrs. Dyckman has just returned
from a series of conferences in Is-
rael with leading government of.
licials. and will report on requests
made of Mizrachi in connection
with receiving additional children
into the organization's children's
villages and vocational schools
maintained throughout the Jew-
ish republic.
Program will also feature a film
on the transfer of the aneienl
Dutch synagogue in Leeuwarden
to Kfar Batya in Israel, in which
the Queen of Holland participated.
Miss Nina Henaud will offer a
program of Israeli and Jewish folk
songs, accompanied by Bstelle Ho-
bermap.
Starting at 9:30 a.m.. Monday,
a series of \v6rkshops sponsored by
local chapters will take place at
the conference.
Mrs. Mack Eckelsberg. Mrs.
Simon April. Mrs. Julius Rosen-
stein. Mis. Hyman Kolko. Mrs Ted
SakowitZ, Mrs. Jonah (apian. Mrs,
Rachel Katz I.aufer and Mrs Louis
Greater Miami Chapter of De
orah will meet on Tuesday i oo
.it the Barcelona Hotel. Presidei t
Mrs. Mildred Aiislander will co-
duct the business agenda, ini lu
iiv.i a discussion of the group's a -
nual lunchaon
MRS. M0SIS DYCKMAN
Tokayer, presidents of the local
chapters, are on the workshop com-
mittees. A continental luncheon
will be served at 1 p.m.
Annual gala luncheoit will be
attended by many distinguished
guests, according to .Mrs. Stone.
A film of the new Kennedy Library
at the Bakka Settlement House in
Israel will be shown for the first
time in Miami.
Hebrew Lessons
At Tifereth Jacob
On Wednesday, a new series of
ten lessons in light Hebrew con-
versation began at Temple Tile
reth Jacob.
Classes will be held Wednesdays
from 8 to 0 p.m.. with Rabbi Man
rice Klein instructing.
On charge of enrollment is Mrs.
Anne Greenberg.
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cirundma Shpakoff, according to
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husband and w il'e team has cooked
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f-rom the exotic Slipakoli reper-
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', cup Planters Oil
2 cups cooked, flaked halibut
'.4 Waspoon ground ginger
?4 cup sliced scalhons
Va cup soy sauce Vt cup sherry
Hot cooked rice
In a skillet, heat up the Planter* Oil
and fry the halibut Hakes and the
;'in ( i for a couple of minutes, unlil
llic Ii-.li is lichllv brimncd. Ihen. sjvs
Grandma Shpakoff. tbroH in the seal-
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sun. Ibis will be read) when most ol
Hit juice disappears. Serve o>er rice.
It should make lour nice lining!
. 'oyou wunttoknow the mysteri-
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Well, stir frying is one ami peanut
oil (because it's so light and deli-
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"A little oil sou should put in the
frying pan and when it's good and
hot tlien you can throw in the in-
gredients. Keep high the lire and
just fry and stir, try and stir, iry
and stir. I.: a minute or two it'll be
done. I his irick keeps the food
from burning and makes sure that
all ihe pieces are evenly cooked. It
is also verj healthy .you don't souk
out the vitamins and all the healthy
juices are sealed in Also, we
shouldn't forget to tell you. Planters
Peanut Oil is very good lo fry in.
(And ii's kosher yet!)''
I hank you, (Jrunilma Slipukojf
(and Bob oiul Kmh Grossman) for
proving ilutt kosher cooking can be
t ti'.ihii/H'liuin uiidgoitr/ncl-good.'
cfrencfa is ihc language ol'elcgancc,
Russian is the language of cursing
(sorry, comrades!) and Yiddish is
the language ot tenderness. So runs
an old adage and we who are pas-
sionately committed to Yiddish I
will certainly agree. "Yiddish was
my mother tongue," says Profes-
sor Morns Raphael Cohen in A
Dreamer's Journey.* "In it 1 was
brought up. And though long yean
oi inactiMiy have made me tongue-
lied when it conies to speaking
Y iddish, no other language ever
entirely replaced it in I he expres-
sion ol intimate allection."
; 1949, i i nv Pnm
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well as levers <>f Israeli melodies
and Broad**] musical buffs!) have
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Friday. January 2?
Noted American Sculptor to be Guest
At National Women's Confab Here Feb. 3
Chaim Gross, noted American
sculptor and artist. will be guesl
nor at an international spon-
sor luncheon held under the BU-
- ices of the National Women's
Division of the Israel Bond Organi
MRS. JAN PEERCE
CHAIM GROSS
Beth El Social Club
Beth El Social Club will present
a film on Israel at its regular
meeting Sunday. 2 p.m., in the
Dora August Auditorium. Presi-
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Thursday. Feb. 3. at noon
Dr. Arieh L. 1'lotkin. noted lec-
turer, expert on Middle Eastern
{fairs and former officer in the
Israel Defense Forces, will he a
i ial guest
The event, which will be held in
injunction with the 1966 interna-
tional inaugural conference for Is-
rael Bonds, was announced here
this week by Mrs. Jan Peerce. Na-
tional Women's Division chairman.
Sponsors, are women who each
year invest a minimum of SI.000
in Israel Bunds.
**Mfs. Peerce, who will preside.
pointed out that the luncheon will
focus attention on the officia
opening of a campaign for the
worldwide sale of State of Israel
Bonds during 1966. which will be
launched at the Fontainetoleau
Hotel at a three-day inaugural con-
ference on the weekend of Feb. 18.
Gross, who will address over 1.-
000 women at the sponsor lunch-
eon, has been executing and creat-
ing great works of art for almost
half a century.
An interesting sidelight on his
life and work is his creation this
year of the 1966 Sponsor pin, based
on the universal Hebraic charac-
ters that spell "Chai." which
means life, as well as the numeral
18. The pin has special signific-
ance, since this is Israel's 18th
year of statehood.
Women who purchase a mini-
mum of S1.800 in Israel Bonds this
year will receive one of the Spon-
sor pins bearing a diamond-like
jewel as a mark of distinction. The
S1.500 Negev Sponsor pin is adorn-
ed with Negev turquoise, while the
regular S1.000 Sponsor Pin con-
sists of Gross' basic design.
Throughout a lifetime of extra-
ordinary creativity. Gross has
orawn from his religious heritage
and background as he has worked
in bronze, wood, stone and in wat-
ercolors.
At 61. Gross also teaches at the
Educational Alliance and at the
New School in New York. Most of
his students are business people.
Housewives, doctors, teachers and
..liters who have taken to sculpi-
ng as a serious hobby.
Gross began to make a living
as a sculptor toward the end of
the depression, with works com-
missioned for government build-
j ngs in Washington. D. C. Since
i then, he has exhibited in museums
hroughout the world and has be-
i come successful at his profession.
', He has received many awards
irom professional art societies, He
is a water-colorist. too. one of the
lew sculptors who is also an ac-
complished painter very much
, like his old colleague William Zo-
rach.
In 1949. Gross visited Israel for
; the first time and returned there
n 1951 and again in 1957.
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Rabbi Eugene Labovitz consecrated 65 new
students recently at Temple Ner
Tamid. Front row are David Himmelstein, San-
ford Horwitz, Keith Robbins Alan Marder. Jim-
my Cohen, Robert Miller and Alan Levy. Sec-
ond row are Bill Perlman, Eric Wishner, Rober-
ta Gordon. Joy Molko, Rosanne Lewis. Miriam
Chatzky, Annette Geller. Th*rd row are Mindy
Oppenheim, Leslie Oppenheim, Randy Gold-
man. Richard Williams, Brian Axelrod, Elissa
Leeds, Barbara Chasen. Victoria Kaufman.
Last row are Sergio Bak, Michael Witter, Jon-
athan Hurwitz. Standing are William Pricha-
son, Michael Strahm, Randy Nicholson, Mar-
shall Leeds. Sandra Nicholson. Not in photo
are Mindy Berlant, William Borkan. Ellict Far-
ber, Lauren Fredel. Philip Halpsrn. Barry Lev
enthal, Louis Rosenthal, Marc Rubin Howard
Shapiro, Gary Vermette, Harriet Weiss, Joshua
Fein, Amy Fredel. Orit Friedman, Merrie
Greenfield, Kenny Goldman, Meryl Gross,
Robert Kacden, Mindy Lcne. Steven Rothfarb,
Oscar Sneider, Brian Willinger. Brian Dan,
Joel Ehrenbero. A'.an Klein, Arathur Lane lack
Lewis. Iris Revitz, Alan Shapiro.
Urban League Will Install
Mrs. Louis Glasser. of Miami "The mixture of ;i more cos Installed into office with Mrs
Beach, will be installed president mopolitan population in Miami Glasser will be four vice presi-
of the Greater Miami Urban Lea-1 will tend to alleviate tensions that dent- former Sen Harry P
que on Wednesday evening at stem from centuries ol tradition Leo Robinson, George V
Temple Israel's Wolfson Auditor- pecul:ar to Dee;' south common, ford, and Clarence Pattersoi
ium in Miami lies," he explained \|,V Eugenia Mitchell. s-t re
Long known in community and | Dr. Glasser Porter will preside, ind Stewart Kohn. treasure'.
On Stage In Person
SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 29, 8:30 P.M.
Shlomo Carlebach
Internationally Known Folk Singer
appearing on behalf of
N.C.S.Y. of Greater Miami
in the IDA APPEL AUDITORIUM
HEBREW ACADEMY
2400 Pine Tree Dr., Miami Beach
Admission: For Tickets
Call Evenings, 532-1296
$2.00 and $1.00
MRS. LOUIS GlASStR
welfare activities, and the recipi-
ent of many awards. Mrs. Glasser
will be the first woman el' vated
to head the Urban League in its
23 years of existence.
Guest speaker will be Ramon S
Scruggs, public relations manager
of American Telephone & Tele-
graph Company in New York City.
Scruggs is a vice president of the
National Urban League and has
served as a three-term president
of the Detroit Urban League,
where he was accorded numerous
citations for outstanding com-
munity service. Central Michigan
University honored him with an
LLD degree last year.
In accepting the invitation
Scruggs pointed out that "Great-
er Miami may likely become a na-
tional model of racial cooperation
and progress.
PR Man to Coordinate
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with I'nnce PhilirA visit here on
Mar. 9.
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Friday, January 28, 1966
lewisti fh irSiHiiiir,
Paae 5-3
Louis B. Rudnick who, with his wife, will be recipient" of the
Stai of Israel Freedom Medallion, receives congratulations
fro::. Rabbi Leon Kronish, chairman of the Greater Miami Is-
rael Bond Organization. Looking on are Sam Feinstein. who
will terve as chairman of the patron hosts for the Labor Zion-
ists and Pioneer Women "Chai" Israel Dinner of State where
the award will be presented, and Dr. Isaac Unterman, honor-
ary vhairman cf the dinner, which will take place on Sunday
evening, Feb. 13, at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Pioneers, Labor
Zionists in Dinner
record-breaking
Isiai Bond dinner held last year
undi :he audioes of the Labor
Ziom and 1'ioneor Women of
Great' Miami, Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish reater Miami Israel Bond
chain n, announced this week
that 196 I LZOA dinner will be
held Sunday, Feb. 13, at the
Fonti i eblaau Hotel,
Sp<. leading the initial lai a
are i Simon Wilensky and Dr.
Isaai Unterman, honorary dinner
chain en and Manuel Burstein,
Mas Fi' Iberg, Mrs Milton
ilici i,l Joseph Zuckerman. co-
.ban Sam Kemstein is ehair-
ui.ii, [he patron hosts.
M rid Mrs, Louis B. Rudnick,
OW tl : i: their services on
if man} civic and philan-
ausei and the State ot Is-
II ')c honored at the din-
Mrs. Rudnick iil be
pients of the coveted State
l Freed im Medallion,
Kroxi-h expressed confi
tl > s ear's dinner w ill
"1 oral att-'iit on,
ng the part that the La
, nisi- Pioneer Women
ayed creation of the
I m its contin-
ng tl Zionist li ad
i wil the committee
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iro.vdenl i n' chsotei s o' Pii.......r
Vomen and branches of the LZOA.
1 in band:
Maf'el I''"'''"" B'"'' ''"
branch; Morris Honigbaum, Bialik
Vanch: Mo Lnv'n. Chaim W'
mann Branch. Samuel Galfond,
uban Branch; Joseph P. ZncVer-
mill, Lebediker Branch; and Abra-
ham Filisof, Poale Zion Branch
Mrs Mdton Gren, Greater Mi
ami Council of Pioneer Women:
Mrs. .loicmi l.o-'v. Aviva Chapter
Mrs. Michael Gibson. Beba Idcl
-on Chapter; Mrs. .Joseph Kianl/.
lub No 1: Mrs. Ida Liftman. Club
No 2: Mrs Sonia Plotkin and
Mrs. Vera Plotkin, (oral Gables
Chapter; Mis Samuel KovaM.y
Silat Chapter; Mrs Abraham Seltz
r, Co Mi Me i i hapter; Mrs. Fn d
Sandier. Kadima Chapter: and Mrs
s.it Wagner, Tikvah Chapter.
!nitia! Gifts
Luncheon Feb. 14
More than 70 -local women at-
tended the first meeting of the Ini-
I al Gifts workers of the Women's
Division of the Combined Jewish
Appeal recently at the Imperial
House, and made plans for the an-
nual Fash'onplate Luncheon sched-
uled for Feb. 14 at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel, according to Mrs.
Jean C. Lehman, Women's Divi-
sion campaign chairman.
S:dnev Lefcourt, past president
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, was featured speaker at
the meeting which was held to fi-
nalize plans for the Valentine's
Day affair.
The Fashionplate Luncheon, an
annual highlight of the Women's
Division, will be a S100 minimum
:ift affair, according to Mrs. A. L.
C.lickman. chairman of the Initial
Gifts Division, and Mrs. Jack Katz
man. chairman of the luncheon.
Women who give $100 will be
'he guests of Mrs. Harry A. Yagle,
hostess of the day. A record turn-
out at this year's luncheon is ex-
pected, accordinu to Mrs. Jack A
\blin. honorary chairman, and
Mrs. [nez Krensky, chairman of
ii" "benefactors "
"Benefactors." according to
V s, Krensky of the Women's 1)1-
-"in are those 'Aim SI.000
'i- more to the Combined ,b v. sli
\" a:, u ho v ill be honored a' the
Fel U luncheon, named "Fash
ionplate >f> "
Debzsh Hospital Luncheon
N( rth Da le Chapter of Deborah
Hosp its first installa-
tion ;.nd paid-up membership
luncheon at Bud Dickey's Club
him- 3101 No. Miami Beach
Blvd on Tuesday at 11:30 a.m.
Judy and Janice Drexel, of Miami Beach, chat
lie,1! rk :i Ui<^ lobby cf Flaaler Federal Suv-
. Associc ion. The occasion is the t<_nth anniver-
ol F'-aq'rr Federal which began on De;
Crexe! twine, who werj bom the same W
the eel its r!:crs, will bo junioi I
I vities, Hedrick, cr.c cf Flagler Federal's
first ;unt holdeis, is being presented with a hond-
so: .-. by Judy and Janice.
Showing the trophy for first place in oratory awarded to
Young Judaea Senior Group of Temple Ner Tamid at a con-
clave at Jekyll Island, Ga., are Mrs. Louis Cohen, and Bruce
Richman, Religious School committee chairmen, and Rabbi
Eugene Labovitz (right), educational director. Officers of the
club are Richard Belitsky, president; Wayne Prichason. vice
president; Jerry Chasen, treasurer; Alan Felsot. vice presi-
dent; Debbie Cohen and Linda Klein, secretaries.
Israeli Guitarist At Seville Hotel
It. n Khran. Israel: sin
taiist. Is currently featun i
Evening with Michel Ros<
at the Silver Fox Lounge
Seville Hotel
Also featuring English ng
-tress. Pat Fonl. i omi ,...r. Rosen
ii r 's one show nigh'ly
is superceded at i
the "Greenwich \
:,atiintii4 Kiki Hall. Jacquii Howe
and Princess Mirra.S.T
Strell Appears
Before Zionists
Bayard Strell, president of the
Beach Chapter of the I'nitcd
Nations Association, was guest
speaker at ;i meeting of
hi Miami Bi ach Zioni I District
Luncheon Club last week at noon
.: the Ritz Plaza Hotel.
The I'nited Nations and Israel"
was the topic discussed by
Strell at the luncheon, which is
open to the public
Mr. Strell ha- recently com-
pleted a trip around the world and
is executive vice president of the
Miami Beach Taxpayers Associa-
tion.
Cantor Saul Breeh is chairman
of the Luncheon Club, and Andre
Bialolenki is program chairman.
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Friday. January 28. 1966
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THEY WENT TO NEW YORK FOR DINNER
Goldie and Sol Goldstein flow up to Now
York for mi exciting dinner ptrty. n was the
ti4ih annual banquet <>f the Twenty-Four Karat
(lui) i ihe City i>i Now York prestige
Jewell*) manufacturers group. Fifteen-hundred
men nil dressed black tic nttrndcd the dinner at
the Waldorf Astoria, which included Gulf
Stream Pompano flown In from Miami Goldie
saw i auren Bacall In "Cactus Flower" Then
back to the Waldorf to meet the men and B
round of cocktail parties until .
BRUNCH
The imitation to Pauline (Mrs. Jack) Sch
wartz' brunch was cute a picture of an alarm
clock Everyone wos on time at "The Season's"
except Iwo ol Pauline's sisters-in-law, Mary
Rose (Mrs Sherman) Kaplan and Gladys (Mrs
Ralph) Kaplan Among guests were Mrs. Sam
Bcrman. Mrs. Sol Siiverman, Mrs. Murry Ferber,
Mrs h!:i Diamond, and Mrs. Donald Kaplan
la Mi- David) l.c\m. former Beach resi
i was fortunate enough to be here for the
i.vs, so she could saj hello and good-bye
she was leaving the next day to many
of her friends
OPTI MRS. AND THEIR MISTERS
ithei m.lit. another formal
What a lovelj one. the Opti-Mrs
linner dance
hail at the
opening of the Alan King show at (he Diplomat
Hotel. Seen at the dance were Ml and Mfl
Henry Kran, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur llornieiili.
Mr. and Mrs. David Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Jackson. Mr, and Mrs. Seymour Siiverman. Mr
and Mrs. Murray Sonnet, and Mr. and Mrs.
Bmanuel Goldstritch.
USED USED TO LIVE HERE
Bobby (Mrs. Lester] Porle has been living
in Puerto Rico for the last five years. Presently,
she is the house guest of Joan (Mrs. Louis)
Baron. They have been gallivanting around, see-
ing all of Hobby's old friends. Everything i- big-
ger and better than it was when she Ined here,
admitted Bobby, and how she misses the beauty
that i- Miami Beach
THE BLUES IN THE BLUE ROOM
Red and white carnation-; accented the blue
decor of the new Blue Room at YVestvieu Coun-
try Club Drinks at the bar, then onion soup
and salad started Bryna and Stephen Kneapler's
dinner off in the right fun way Bryna s brother.
Ileilnc Williams, led the band He plays the
saxophone just like In- Pa, Nat Williams, used
to do. Among guests were Suki and Nat Wil.
Hams, Isabel and Bill Kneapler, Ellen and Bet
me Williams. Marilyn and Harry Smith, Phyllis
and Louis Leeds, Lee and Sam Robinson, Lucille
and Alex Miller, and Shirley and Hcrnie Fow.
Frances Lehman
Adlai Stevenson Memorial Here Feb. 19
To Feature Address by Diplomat's Son
Adlai E Stevenson III will be
u cipal speaker at a Miami
Beach dinner honoring the mem
ry of his distinguished father.
.dlai E. Stevenson. Ambassador
t the United Nations at the time
u his death la>t year
The Feb. 1!) dinner, to be held
the Deauville Hotel, will be
c laired by Mrs. Malvin Englander,
I emocratic state Committeewom-
i Mr- Englander said proceeds
ill go to the Adlai K. Slexenson
emorial Fund which has been es-
iblished to help train young
\merieans in government service.
Rep. Claude Pepper will eulo-
aiie Ambassador Stevenson,
ornier Governor of Illinois and
wice Democratic candidate for
President.
Mrs Louis Glasser, president of
IG Adlai Stevenson Democratic
"omen's Club, announced the ;i|>-
it Iment of Mrs Englander as
. lairman.
Dinner committee associate
chairmen include Mrs. Florence
Kalfon and Mrs. Andre I'.ialolenki.
tickets. Mrs. Murray Smith, dec-
orations: Miss Sylvia Stein. Miss
Rena Stein and Miss I.enure Stein.
seating; Mrs. Paul Grand, Mrs.
Austin Burke and Mrs. Joseph
Shawmut, patrons; Mrs. David Bol-
ton and Miss Hhea Gladwin, pub
lie officials: Mrs. Max LeVine and
Mrs Charles Kulieka. Democratic
Women's Clubs: Mrs Ben Packer,
telephone; Mrs Sydney l.evine.
publicity, and Mrs Martin Smith.
hostesses. Young Stevenson, the
late diplomat's eldest son and a
member of the Illinois House of
Representatives, is an attorney.
He is active in numerous civic and
cultural organizations, serving on
the boards of the Chicago Theo-
logical Seminary. Council of For
emu Relations, United Nations As-
sociations and the Jane Addams
Center.

ADLAI I, STEVENSON III
A graduate of Harvard Uni-
versity, he served with the Ma-
rine Corps in Korea and Japan,
being discharged from the Ma-
rine Corps Reserve in 1961 with
the rank of captain.
He also is a director of Auto-
matic Tape Control Inc. Bloom-
Ington, III., and the Bloomington
Daily Pantagraph, the Stevenson's
family newspaper.
He is married to the former
Nancy Lewis Anderson, of Louis
ville. Ky.. and they have four chil-
dren.
Honorary chairmen for the S25.
> a-eouple affair include Ronald
Fine, chairman of the Miami
Housing Authority: Col. Jake Ar-
vey. Beach winter resident and
the man who induced Stevenson to
accept the Democratic nomination
for the presidency in 1952 and
Mrs Athalie M. Range and Harrv
Stone.
Wometco Slates
Moment* Opener
For This Week
"Moment to Moment." starring
Jean Seberg. Honor Blackmail, the
Miss Galore'- of "Goldf inter"
fame, and Sean Garrison, was
to have its world premiere in the
Greater Miami area on Thursday.
The Mervyn LeRoy Technicolor
production, released by Universal
Pictures, was to open its enaace-
ment at the Miami in Miami the
Canb and 163rd St. in Miami
Beach, the Miracle in Coral Ga-
Dies, and Cinema in Cutler Ridae
on premiere day, followed bv more
than 50 other presentations start-
ing Jan. 28.
As Florida takes on a HolKwood
aura, stars of the movie ai.d its
famous producer-director were to
be here for the gala occasion and
make personal appearances at the-
. atresS.T.
MISS CJUtN ROSENBLUTH
Miss Rosenbluth
Stars in Musicale
Miss Cheryl Rosenbluth, 2030 NE
197th Ter.. a senior at Norland
Senior High, will sine the lead rol
ol Maria in the North Miami Bead
Cultural Committee presentatioi
of musical excerpts from th
' Sound of Music."
The production will be held o:
Saturday and Sunday, 8 p.m.. a
the North Miami Beach Auditoi-
ium.
Miss Rosenbluth. daughter o(
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paternal grandparents Others
in the large gathering, Marshall's
sister and husband from Short
Hill. N. J., Mr. and Mrs. Buddy
Schwartz, an aunt, Mrs. Tess
Hershman. of Brooklyn, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Frank, Louisville, Ky.,
and Mrs. Betty Schwartz, N. J.
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Mrs. Gershon Avner, wife of
Israel's Ambassador to Canada,
accepted invitations to two cof-
fees sponsored by the Women's
Division of the Combined Jewish
Appeal, headed this year by Mrs.
Jean C. (Frances) Lehman .
On Thursday, the Ambassador's
wife was slated to he at the Nor-
mandy Isle home of Mrs. Capcl
Ascher, with Mrs. Charles (Dor-
othy) Feinberg. Miami Beach
chairman, presiding at the sweet
table She will also be feted
at a coffee on Friday morning at
the Crystal House apartment of
Mrs. Julius Rosenberg Hos-
tess duties will be shared In Mrs
Prances Beckerman and Mrs
Flon nee Bass, CO chairmen for
the Miami Beach luxury apart-
i house
A ness Party" ar-
ranged by Pansy Flaum because
husband Larry, who has been ill
for too long, is so much improved
these days Honor guests
among the 40 were long-time
family friends. Mortimer and
Anna Ncinken Ncinken, au-
thor of two books on rare stamps,
presented the New York Public
library with a collection of an-
cient royal wax seals considered
so valuable they can only be seen
iby appointment .
Bulletins on other of our citi-
zens recently felled by illnesses
finds Joe Zallis on the road to
recovery following surgery at
Cedars of Lebanon And Sid-
ney Palmer has left Cedars and
is now convalescing at home
Second annual Florida State
University Alumni Pow-Wow held
at the Winter Park Langford Ho-
tel drew alumni leaders from as
far away as Washington, D. C.
including Sarah Mathews, wife (if
("iinvressman Wiliam Mathews
. Localites Included Prof, and
Mrs Andre S. Bialolcnki. direc-
tor and vice president, respec-
tively; Commissioner David Ken-
nedy, president; Judge Donald
i i ii presi ii i and Attor-
, Kyncs. I repre-
senting Miami Dr. John
Champion, Florida State U prexy, I
outlined plans for the new Law
College being established there, '
and Prof. Paul Piccard discussed
the honor student recruiting pro-
gram at the U which now totals !
13,200 students.
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Because their husbands have i
outstanding records with the Pro-!
teetive Life Insurance Co., Mrs. |
George H. Bernstein. Mrs. Charles
W. Sokol and Mrs. Nathan Shus-
tcrman will journey with them to
Mexico City this weekend where
the men will attend the com-
pany's sales conference Other
Miami representatives who qual-
ified for the conclave last year
are Ronald H. Stoff. I^eonard J.
Yesner and Sal J. Rubino Sr. .
Scheduled to follow the business
session, fun in the sun at Aca-
pulco .
Another localite being accord-
ed recognition for exceptional
service. Mrs. Louis Handel, wile
of the Florida Racing Commis-
sioner, who will i>;- presented with
a special award this week by
Pr \> Mr- Walt'i f.i'.k i..- \ er
presidi ncy of the Shenandoah
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David Goodman, a graduate ol
Boston University and the New
School of Social Sciences in New
York, will be guej-t speaker at the
YIVO Forum on Saturday. 8 p.m..
at David Pinski Center. 842 Wash-
ington Ave. He will speak on "Mar-
tin Buber and Jewish Existential-
ism."
Goodman received a traditional
Jewish education and has written
extensively on education and phi-
losophy in English and Yiddish.
He contributes to many outstand-
ing periodicals.
At present, he is education
director of the Sholem Aleichem
Institute in New York and is also
on the faculty of the Jewish Teach-
ers Seminary.
YIVO lectures are a weekly pre-
sentation of the Greater Miami
YIVO Committee, which is con-
nected with the YIVO InstilUl >
Jewish Research in New Yorl
Among the many original conti
butions the YIVO Institute hi -
made to Jewish scholarship is the
Institute's ability to organize co-
operative projects on a staple -n
ject.
CJA Agency Tour Set at 'Y'
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Prof. Kurt, played by Geoffrey Keen, gives Tonya.
Geraldine Chaplin, a note from her lover, the young medical
student, Yuri Zhivago, in this scene from David Lean's film
of Boris Pasternak's "Doctor Zhivago." The film, presented by
Metro-Goldwyn Mayer, will be presented twice daily during
its exclusive engagement at the Beach Theatre on Miami
Beach, with performances at 2:30 and 8:30 p.m. "Doctor Zhi-
vago" opens at a gala premiere next Wednesday, Feb. 2.
Omar Sharif enacts the title role, which also features Julie
Christie, Tom Courtenay, Alex Guinness, Siobhan McKenna,
Ralph Richardson, Rod Steiger and Rita Tushingham.______
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Helen Hornstein, Moses Hornstein.
Maurice t ollegeman. Bernard
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Friday, January 28, 19S6
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
You can't take it with you. says Berj Pauline Grund-
werg. "so enjoy doing good with It." Pauline was brought
up on the good old East Side of New York across the
street from Public School No. 14. Even though her father
was a poor man. he was always ready to help others. As
soon as she was old enough to shake hands, Pauline was
taught to slip a bill into the hand of someone less fortun-
ate than she. The oldest of a large family of brothers
and sisters, she was always the little mother; althou;:h
as one of her brothers put
it. "She started being bossy
when she got out of high school,
and has been bossy ever since."
Pauline was a confirmand
and graduate of the first or
ganized Hebrew School on the
East Side. Branch A. Later, she
took the examination to go to
Hunter College and had a 90
average, but Pauline did what she
fell she should, instead taking a
business course and becoming a
bookkeeper in an Asbestos Com-
pany. Siie became so interested,
that she subsequently began de-
- nil -; si herself Her fi m
p&uvut jiy were an interested in educa-
some "i them became teachers. Her father used to
tuition for children to gel religious education, li was
:- time thai she became involved in Young Israel.
Pauline says she waited until she was :<7 to meet
the most wonderful man in the world"the late Samuel
Grundwerg. Thej had two children who grew up to be-
e certified accountants. Moses is now on a safari
'ion in Africa. Saul iv married to Saundra, and th^y
time children, Steven, Rise and Elyse, whose pic-
- are spread all over Pauline's wallet.
i she was married, Pauline took over the desk at
her husband's hotel in Atlantic City. The children had
English Nanny to take care of them. They received
best education, including going to New York to the
Yeshiva.
In 1936. the Grundwcrgs came to Miami Beach, where
they were part-owner of the Tides, one of the first al-
ii sher hotels on the Beach. Pauline promptly made a
niche tor herself in the community. She belongs to fifty
organizations. Among them are Mizrachi Women, of which
she was president, Mesivta High School, Beth Israel, of
which her son was president. Yeshiva University. Jewish
Home for the Aged. Jewish National Fund, American
Friends of the Hebrew University, Bnai B'rith Women
and Hadassah.
Pauline has no "sitzfleisch," her very own words.
She likes to do things with her hands: sew, crochet, and
write checks for her numerous projects. Pauline also likes
to listen to good music and read, as well as to cook.
On Feb. 23, the Hebrew Academy Women will honor
Pauline at a luncheon as "Woman of Valor"not for any-
thing special, but just for being Pauline Grundwerg with
? Pauline's humanitarian dedication to helping others.
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A double ring candlelight ceri
monj Saturday evening, Jan.
22, al Beth Torah united
Barbara Ellen Braveman, d
ter oi Mr, and .Mis. Saul Brave-
man. 19421 NE 18 PI. formerly
of Boslon. and Steven Mankes
Sankin, Ral '>i Max Lipschitz offi-
ciated.
For the wedding, earned out in
blue ;ni(! yellow, the bride select-
ed a gown of peau de soie with the
skin, appliqued in alencon lace,
extending to a chapel train. Thi
fitted bodice, encrusted with seed
pearl?, had elbow-length sleeves,
and the two-tiered French illusion
w as held by a crown of seeded
pearls. A cascade of white orchids
on her confirmation Bible formed
the bridal bouquet.
Following a reception in ihc
bride's home, the couple left for
a honeymoon in Jamaica. They
will live in Chevy Chase. Md,
The bride's sisters. .Mrs. Michael
Zier. Nancy Joy Braveman and
Cheryl Sue Braveman served as
matron of honor and bridesmaids.
Marilyn Sankin. the bridegroom's
sister, served as maid of honor.
Michael Zier and Philip Grank
ushered.
MRS. STIVtN SAHKIN
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius San-
kin, of Chevy Chase, the bride
groom is a graduate of Lear
School, attended American Uni-
versity and i> now serving in the
United states Navy. His bride i:
:i graduate Of Miami Norland llu'i
and is a legal secretarj.
4
E. AM. n I'.. U. i
MRS. RICHARD PORTNOr
Lynda Schwartz
To Marry Yet
Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Sch-
wartz. 2610 SW 24th St., have an
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Lynda Helaine. to Dr.
Mark Allan Wolfman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer Wolfman, New
London, Conn.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Senior High and of the
University of Pennsylvania School
of Dental Hygiene.
Now practicing veterinary me-
dicine in Meridian, Conn.. Dr. Wolf-
man attended the University of
Alabama and graduated from the
University of Pennsylvania School
of Veterinary Medicine.
Betrothed couple plan a wed-
ding on Mar. 20.
Portnoy, Bursak
Married Here
Tin former Rita Bursuk <
ter en Mr. and Mrs Jac !' Bu
3215 SW 7th St became I
Richard Francis Portr.oj on
. Jan S.<. at the Seville II"-
Icl. The bri i s tin -"> ol
Mr. ami Mrs. Sol Portnoy, 7J"> W.
Tilth P. Hialeah.
For tin- 6 p.m ceremony con
ducted by Rabl i Max Shapiro, th''
bride cl cl il orii Inal of
candlelight antique sai:n in the
i: npire style. It featured long
sleeves, scoop neckline. .. detach-
able train and tiny sec.I pearls at
the f-.tted I. idice. Th.' four-lii .
illusion veil was held by a crown
ol seed pearls and crystals.
Honor attendants were Mrs. Ro-
bert Epstein and Marion Gordon.
Bridesmaids included Paulette
Bursuk. Roberta Bursuk, Judy
Richardson and Eileen Green.
Don Sackman served as best
man, with the bride's brother
Marty Bursuk. Andy Sollaway and
Allan elevens as groomsmen.
An honor graduate of Miami
Senior High, new Mrs. Portnoy at-
tended the University of Florida
and will graduate in June from
the University of Miami where she
is a member of Gamma Sigma
Sigma. University Services. Organ-
ization and National Fducation
Association. She ser\. as nresi
dent of Hillel BBG
The bridegroom Tilden
High in New York, gr luated from
Miami High and attended Miami-
Dade Junior College and the Ini-
versity of Miami.
Following a honeymoon in the
Catskill Mts.. N. Y., Mr. Bursuk
and his bride will live at 4550 SW
(>7th Ave.
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Mrs, Milton Kess ti 222 V
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Miss King,
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Mrs. Beatrice K. King. 11 ;
100th St., Bay Harbor Island., un-
announced the engagement of hei
daughter. Alana Harriet, to Mid-
shipman Benjamin Rippe JacnLi.
son of Mr. and Mr.'. Jay Jacobi.
18:5 Cleveland Ki: The futun
bride Is the daughter of the late
Judge Alan King
The bride-elecl ;. graduate i
Miami Beach High attended Mem
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color choice of Mrs. Sherrie Lieb-
ei Her wool sheath had an ascot
tie neckline worn under a bulky
white mohair coat.
EMPLE Israel Sisterhood
sponsored a reception and
one-man art show Tuesday even-
u m the Sam G. Levenson Com-
munity House. Mrs. Evelyn Marx.
nf Sarasota,. was honored guest
.it the reception. Her works are
in private collections throughout
the world, with many in the per-
manent collections of nine mu-
-eums in the United States and
Europe.
For the reception, Mrs. Marx
nore a champagne-colored silk
DStume ensemble. Her sleeveless
sheath had a matching long-
coved jacket with a small rolled
and amethyst-colored cry-
Mai buttons
- Julius Finn chose B three
sand beige silk ensemble
Hong Kong Her skirt and
were ol brocade, and her
iusc and banding on the
ackot were ol satin. A shocking
\ Mrs. Clifford New-mark. Her
lal bodice featured a flat ed
ffecl :th a plunging v
" Chairman of the show
..- Mrs. Maurice Huh Her
v< lv<; sheath featured long
s with a deep yolk-type col-
>| white cloonej lace. Among
sses was Mrs George Gra-
n a figure-molding black
repe sheath
luiRS. Aaron Kanner selected
,T' a slati grej sheer wool two-
ensemble for her evening
sewing pastiches, oils and
cuts. Bone colored wool in
tailored fashion was worn by
Mrs. Max Kogan. Her blotison
i rblouse had a modified bateau
i ckline. Visiting from Sarasota.
Mrs David Sonneborn chose a
I lack sheath with a crystal bead
cd V insert in the bodice.
Honey beige woven silk was
the color and fabric choice ol
Mrs. Martin Spector. Her three-
l>iece costume ensemble featured
paneled treatment on her over-
blouse. Black ribbed wool in a
sheath and matching jacket was
worn by Mrs. Sidney Rosenberg.
Kabbi Morris W. Graff's wife
^elected a black silk shantung
i-ostunie ensemble with a double-
breasted jacket covering the
black and white polka-dotted silk
hodice. A lipstick red wool sheath.
tailored with gold buttons, was
the choice of Miss Judy Kamin-
SkV. Miss Rosana McAlister, local
art.st. wore a black-and-white wo-
ven check ceat dress, with jet
buttons for accent. White was the
HOOD president. Mr-
Greene's matellasse
sheath was i". rich ombre browns.
i i oat was
breasted, Mrs, Howard
i llman Jr v as in a black and
sheer wool. Her dress was
on one side, with the cen-
I scam dividing the colors An
i.il -. | an was
worn by Mi's Morris Blau. Her
honej in i.'.e silk crepe blouse fea-
tured unusual bone buttons.
Black ~i!k with bracelet-length
sleeves was the choice of Mrs.
Joseph Edwards. A double breast-
ed effect was created with self-
covered buttons.
Miss Katz, Israeli
Engaged Here
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H Katz.
2830 Fairgreen Dr., announce ihi
i ; i ement of their daughter,
Harriet Ji j i e, to Irvin Pcchter,
son of Mr. and [illi
Petach Tikva, Israel.
The bride-elect was graduated
from Miami Beach II
Miami-Dade Juir College and
presently an education major .>
i he University of Miami.
The pros;:, I i >om is
studying coi iter science and will
complete his education .it the l .m-
varsity of Miami.
MISS PATRICIA BURSTtN
U of F Students
Become Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard L. Bur-
sten. 4838 I'inetree Dr.. announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Patricia Ann. to Andrew Clifford
Hall, son of Mr and Mrs. Edmund
Hall, of New York City.
Miss Bursten attended the Uni-
versity of Colorado. University of
Miami, and is presently a senior
at the College of Education of the
I diversity ol Florida.
She is a member of Alpha Epsi-
Ion Phi. social sorority, and serv-
ed as secretary of the Student
Florida Education Association.
Mr, Hall is a graduate in politi-
cal science of the University of
la and will attend the I I i
versiiy ol Florida Law School. He
is a member ol Alpha Epsilon Pi,
social fraternity, Florida Blue Key.
leadership honorary fraternity,
and is currently serving the stu-
dent body ;i> secretarj of Organi-
zations of student Government
Men's Club Sets
Holds Sale Here
Men's Club of the Israelite Cen-
ter held a Penny Sale on Sunday
evening in the Social Hall.
William Dmcker is president of
the club.
Ben Segal assisted in the sale,
and proceeds were channeled to
the Religious School.
Ardrnoi
MISS HARRIET KATZ
MISS ANDRtA SAYtK
Sayers Reveal
Andrea's Troth
Mrs. Harold l-\ Saver, of 535 SW
20th Rd., Miami, announces the
engagement of her daughter. An-
drea Hence, to Harvey Wiir.an.
on of Mr and Mrs. Morton Nci
man, of South Miami.
Miss Sayer is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School. She is
i member ol the American Infi-
nite of Banking.
Mr. iNeiman is a graduate of
Palmetto Senior High School lie
is now attending the University of
Miami.
Miss Sayer is also the daughter
of the late Mr. Sayer. known as
Mr. Harold, tamed Lincoln Road
hair stylist.
An August wedding is planned.
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ZOA Foundation Director Visiting Miami
Calls Programs More Vital Than Ever
DR. JACOB BUB/N

DAVID
Farbznd Meeting Tuesday
n Weizi
11 will have
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ch ol
its '
Tuesday at
1133 Nor-
Di si speaki r v ill be
Strell president, I
v.- Association <>t

Natioi ael"
Saliah' Sti!!
Packing House
rum aj to full houses al
Maj Eair and ;
itres is the lsra< li tilm
! tic to the rtiri
awards won by the
includ
>n for 1965, Sallah" has
been chosen by motion pit
professional? specifically the
Internationa] Society of Importers
; rid Distributors of Ameri< i a
one of the three be foreign lilms
ISIDA has also chosen Hyam
Topol, who stars in "Sallah," as
one of the three best foreign
actors of the year.
"Sallah" has been taken by Uni-
ted Artists for distribution in Ger-
many, where the film has already
Fcored a sensation. In New York
City, the motion picture is rated
as equivalent to Fiddler on the
Roof" in its impact.
Dr. Jacob Rubin, national direc-;
tor of the Zionist Organization of
America Foundation, is in Miami !
on behalf of the foundation.
Former Miamian Dr. Abraham
Goodman is national liiairman of
the ZOA arm.
"We're hoping to get the sup-
port of local residents here," de-
clared Dr. Rubin. "Our purpose
is to assist in the preservation
of Zionism and Zionist values."
Also a noted author and former-
ly involved professionally with the
United Nations. Dr. Rubin said
that "one of our major goals, the
establishment of a Jewish State,
may have been fulfilled. But wc
have many other ongoing pro-
grams.
Basically, they're mainly in-
volved in work directed toward the
preservation of the Jewish people-
hoodwherever Jews may live."
Dr Rubin said thai "the Zionist
Organization of America is the
onlj mass organization nol afraid
to "'.]': rl I irael politically. e> en
such support may differ with
"". c>.
,vho are <

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Gdodwssi Heads
ZOA Committee
For Foundation
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pointed to lead the Special G
l on f fie Zionist Orj
ol Ami rica.
irts '/." \
. cts in i a< I. including K
agricultural vocational
\ shki loi and the ZO \
House in Tel Vviv. II also aids ZOA
youl rams in Israel and in
the United Stati
1 .'.!, i- a former president
ol Masada, Young Adull Zionist
anizal on, and former ZOA r< -
, ice president, anil former
via chairman oi the Zionist Enter-
cy Council. He is vice chairman
oi the Zionist Youth Commission
and a former regional board mem-
ber.
An insurance agent for some 17
years. Goodwin is a former mem-
ber of the Speakers Bureau of the
Florida Association ol Independent
Insurance Agents.
best possible emissaries. In addi-
tion to these scholarships, we also
provide other scholarships lor a
year's study there."
Other foundation projects in-
clude support of American cul-
ture lecture series at the ZOA
House in Tel Aviv, the Kfar Sil-
ver Agricultural Settlement in
Ashkelon, promotion of lectures
in the U.S., and. projected estab-
lishment of ZOA Houses in Jeru-
salem and Haifa.
Beth Raphael Sisterhood
Temple Beth Raphael Sister-
hood held its regular monthly
meeting at the Temple on Thurs-
day evening. Mrs. Max Affachiner,
president! was conducted the busi-
ness agenda.
Times change
Tastes change
Why not change too -
1o
Tempo
Fillet Cigarettes
with the^feste that makes
the change worthwhile!
the ZOA Foundation already has i
SI 800.000 in subscriptions. "Ours
is the onlv Jewish organization of
1 this type dedicated to the preser-
vation of Judaism and Jewish val-
ues both in the United States and
in Israel." according to Dr. Rubin.
Former chairman of the Gold
Fund of the United Nations, he is
the author of "Your Hundred Bil-
lion Dollars." "Pictorial History of
the United Nations." and "Part-
ners in State Building." a volume
to be released shortly.
He will be in Miami through
In existence one and a half years, January.
Friday, Janucsy 28. 1966
Sound of Books' f
Series to End
A breakfast by National Airline-
will bring to a close this year s
Temple Israel Sisterhood Sound
of Books" series on Tuesday. Bel).
8. in the Wolfson Auditorium at
10 a.m. .
Dr Joseph R. Narot. spiritual
leader of Temple Israel, will re-
view Arthur Schlesingers "A Thou-
sand Days."
Mrs. Joseph Ruffner and Mrs.
Herbert Paige were co-chairmen
of this vear's series.
ors and directors of a neighborhood con-
dominium turn out to officiate at the grand
opening of a new 20.000 sq. ft. Food Fair su-
narket in the Gait Plaza Promenade snoo-
ping center in Ft. Lauderdale. Snipping the rib-
bon in the center is Samuel Colbert, president
of the Coroi Ridqe Toweis Association. At
is Food Fair's Southern Division manager,
man Stein. Simultaneous ceremonies w i
held Jan. 12 to open this store and another
brand new Food Fair in the heart ci the city at
Las Olas Blvd. and U.S. Highway No. 1.
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* Sewisti ficridfi^nn
Page 11-B
ROBERT MACHT
Hospital Reelects
Macht to Board
it Macht. president of .lor
Harsh, Miami, has been re-
to the Board of Trustees
>i the National Jewish Hospital al
c.
hi has long been active in
of the free, non-sectarian
. ". i.....iinan. president ol
i Goodman, New York,
electe l chairman of the
ol Tr -Tr- Di nver insur
xecutive Joseph V Silver-
was reelected N.lll presi-

Aliyah Center
Helps Send 29
Off to Israel
By Special Report
i the pasl 18 months, the Is
Lliyah (enter has been op.
crating it- regional office out of
nta, Ga.
Israel Officer
To be Speaker
At Beth Sholom
Theodore D. Feder. director of
the Joint Distribution operations
in Israel for the past three years,
will speak at Temple Beth Sholom
Monday night as the Miami Beach
congregation's adult education se-
ries continues,
Feder will speak at n p.m.. a<
Beth sholom. following separate
sessions at 8 p.m.. at which Heb-
rew language classes, and a talk
by Rabbi Stanford Sokzcr. -rrcu-
tivc director of the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregation for the
'southeast, are scheduled.
Feder's topic, according to
Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Temple
Beth Sholom, will be "How Phil-
anthropic is the American Jaw?"
Feder guides the activities of
Malben, largest of the Jewish
Agency's world-wide progrjms,
and of JDC's cultural and reli-
gious programs in ls these progiams and the JDC-sub-
sidized ORT prooram benefit
more than 90.CC0 persons in Is-
rael annually.
Malben. which provides health
and welfare sen ices for more I i
30.000 Israelis annual!) main!
a network ol institutions for in
lirni. aged and otherwise handi
capped immigrants and an exl
mural program to assist nee l>
people In ing in their own home: in
the community.
Feder began his social service
career immediately after World
War II in Germany, where he
served as administrative officer
for I'N'HHA. the United Nations
displaced persons program He
joined the .IDC staff in 1946 as
deputy director for Germany,
THEODORE D. fEDER

toaigalith
Israel to live,
Ahron Marga-
lith. regional
r e |> r event
\ #bI^Li ""'"' ^'''
nesday thai 128
Inquiries h a v e
crossed his desk
f r o m as far as
Dallas. Tex., to
Miami
-Out of this
, number, a total
of 29 have al
ready gone to
Margolith declared
la-', summer when he visited Is
Margalith met many of these
new settlers.
Committee on Manpower Op-
portunities in Israel (COMOI) was
established four years ago to re-
professionals for employ-
ment in Israel on a contractural
basis, Since its inception, more
than 200 professionals have gone
lo Israel.
"Forecasters see the greatest
i hange in the industrial manpower
structure taking place in the shift
Irom unskilled and semi-skilled
workers to scientists and highly
trained technical workers," Mar-
galith explained. "This shift is in
[ine with Israel's rapidly develop-
ing technical prowess. Whereas
university graduates and manage-
ment experts accounted for slight
j.v higher than 3 per cent of the
industrial work force until now.
I hey will form almost 4.5 percent
ol the total labor force by 1970."
BB Women's Party
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
held a fund-raising party on Tues-
day at Jordan Marsh. Chairman
of the aflair was Mr- Max Kunst.
President is Mrs. David Hess.
Gerstein Will
Be Guest Here
At City of Hope
s !' Mtornej Ri< hard E Ger-
stein will be gU( si id honor a: the
. i ol ;I
,o be held Mar <; at i'i D -aw
i i wil 1 ei
lain
Anno ncemenl as ma I- as
!ai ot under way for the e\ enl
t inch will i aise funds for the in
ternationally lamed pilol medical
fac lit; lb dinner, sp insored b>
Miami Beach Chapter of the City
I Hope, will earmark its tunds 'r>
establish the Richard K. Gerstein
Research Fellow-hip at the Cali-
fornia institution. Robert G. Venn,
public relations consultant, has
been named chairman for the din-
ner.
Attending a planning meeting,
held at Harbor Island Spa, were
Larry Paskow, a national director;
Samuel Sehlesinger. of New York
City. Kast Coast director; Mrs. Cy
Plasky, president of Miami Beach
Chapter; Mrs. Max Amhowil/.
Mrs. Harry Kastan, Mrs. Bernard
Hoffman and members of the
Venn, Cole stall
Braterman Will
Supervise Dade
County Elections
County Manages; Porter W.
Homer has announced the Bp
pointnient of Martin Braterman
as election supervisor for Dade
County
Braterman 53. who has served
the county as an auditor and ad-
ministrative analyst since 19(>;<.
will bring 36 years accounting and
governmental experience to the
new job
Braterman's new duties will
entail responsibility for the man-
agement of Dade County's larqe
voter registration and election
system.
Braterman lives with his vife,
Eleanor, and daughter. Laurel li.
al !7(i2;> \K 8th I'I The Brater-
man.- also have two older daug i-
ters, Eleanor, a gram ate of tii
I niversity ol Miami Medical
School pi i sen) > iti rnin | in New
"i ork, and Ellen Fi ances, a teach-
a Miami Bi :h Jeni r H
v hool.
War II vi tcran, !'>
(tended olu l>i.i i nivei itj
the IBM School ; ir F.xecuth i -
He i- a ci rtifii I public ace mm
ant and i- a n .:i ol he Eli i
Institute ol CeiLiii I'o' lie Vc
ci infants and the ish kVar \'i t
erans
MARTIN SRAURMAN
Flaqler Federal
Lists Promotions
The Board of Directors of Flag-
Icr Federal Savings and I,oan As-
sociation announces the following
appointments and promotions:
Jacqueline Roberts, head teller,
from assistant treasurer to assist-
ant vice president; David Smilh.
public relations, to assistant vice
president; Harold Breese Jr., in
ternal auditor, to assistant treasur-
er; and Frances Golden, personnel
director, to assistant secretary.
Wiener to Head
CJA Division
Noted local civic leader \
Wii ni r, long active in Coi
Jewis lal campaigns
>ed chairman ol th< l
i' i v- pi tfessiona] li> ision
jm
lent Is. lawyers, rug-
.; -. ipl i.....; rist and podiati isl
A p i-i chairman of th
ants Di\ isioi w iei er st i. e i
the Board i ; Governors ol the
Greater Miami Jewish Federati
and was a member ol the Bud
an I Finance Committee
He is active in many account-
ing organizations and is affili-
ated in the CJA firm of Wiener
and Stern.
His division will play a major
role in meeting the H66 CJA goai
of $1.566.666 for more than 5')
agencies locally, nationally and
overseas.
The figure represents a jump of
more than $127,000 over las! year'.
goal, according to Jaj 1 Kislak,
CJA campaign chairman,
f >l.....__....l
Beach Federal
Promotes Four
To Higher Office
Milton Weiss, president of Mi-
ami Beach Federal Savings and
Loan Association, has announced
promotion of four officers within
the orga li/ation.
Julian Aberman, acting mana-
ger of the South Shore Branch, 755
Washington Ave., has been pro-
moted to manager and assistant
treasurer.
lames V. Oliver was named as-
sistant Ireasurer. Joseph P. Naugh-
ton, manager of the Sunny Isles
, Branch. 260 Sunny Isles Blvd., was
named assistant treasurer, and
Walter W. Orwig, assistant secre-
'">. was promoted to assistant
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Friday. January 28, 196tjp
Impact of Jewish Talks With Pope Paul
Seen 'Doubtful' on Ecumenical Doctrine
By Special Report
new YORK Before the Vati-
can Council voted its historic de-
claration on anti-Semitism and the
Jew.-, a Vatican c.irdinal and Pope
Paul VI met secretly with Jewish
leaders to discuss the hotly-de-
bated issue, it was disclosed here.
RONALD UPTON
Oade FederaS
Lists Officers
Joseph M. Upton, ipBesident of
J)ade Federal SavtaS and Loan
Association of Miami, announced
this week board action at the As-
sociation's annual meeting in the
election of Ronald A. Lipton to the
position of managing officer.
He also retains the title of ex-
ecutive vice president.
Director. George A. Price, was
elected senior vice president. Di-
rector Samuel I.ipton was named
vice president. The Association's
associate counsel, director. Mar-
shall S. Harris, also bee line vice
president.
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Aii article appearing in a cur-
rent issue oi Look Magazine re-
ported thai on March 31, 19b"'-
more than two years before the
Council voted the declaration, the
Vatican's Cardinal Augustin Bea
met secretly in New York with
Jewish leaders lor "unofficial"
talks.
Cardinal Bea, head of the
Vatican's powerful Secretariat
for Christian Unity, discussed
the controversial issue with Rab-
fcl Abraham Heschel, of the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary. The
meeting was held at the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee offices in
Manhattan.
The gathering was kept secret
from the press, the article said. '
Because "Bea wanted neither the '
Holy See nor the Arab League to
know he was there to take ques-
tions the Jews wanted to hear ans-
wered."
The Vatican prelate reportedly
told Heschel and other rabbis thai
he was not authorized to sp< :ik
ifficially." but could, he said,
tpeak only 'it what in his opinion
could be effected should be
i ffected by the Council .
Rabbi Heschel and others In the
room are said to have asked Bea
li the Council's declaration would j
specify deicide (the killing "i
t hrist), the curse and rejection of
the Jewish people by tied as er-
rors in Christian teaching.
Bea's answer, according to
Look, was "oblique." He caution-
ed his listeners that an unwieldy
assemblage of bishops could
not possibly get down to detai's,
could only set guidelines, and
hope not to make the complex
seem simple.
"Actually." Bea reportedly add- '
ed. "it is wrong to seek the chief
cause of anti-Semitism in purely !
religious sources in the Gospel
accounts, for example. These re-
ligious causes, in so far as they !
are adduced (often they are not .
are often merely an excuse and
veil to cover over other more
operative reasons for enmity
On June 2. 1964, the New York
Times reported that a passage ab-
m King the Jews of deicide had
been cut from the latest draft ol
the declaration, a fact which ui>
turned Rabbi Heschel.
Through the offices of Richard
Cardinal dishing oi Boston, a pri-
vate audience was subsequent 1>
arranged between Pope Paul IV
and Rabbi Heschel.
Said the magazine of that meet-
ing:
"With the AJC's (Zachariah) shu-
Ster beside him. Heschel talked
hard about deicide and guilt, and
asked the Pontiff to press for a
declaration in which Catholics
would be forbidden to proselytize
Jews.
"Paul, somewhat affronted,
would in no way agree. Shuster,
somewhat chagrined, disassoci-
ated himself gingerly fro'i Has-
chel by switching to French,
which the Pope speaks but the
Rabbi does not.
"All agree that the audience did
not end as cordially as it began.
Only Heschel and a few others
think it did good."
Mkkener Book Review
"The Source." by Janus Mich
ener, will be reviewed by Mrs.
Edith Jacobson on Monday, 2:30
| p.m., at the home of Mrs Lee
Howard. 8936 Bay Dr. The after-
noon is under the auspices of the
Surl Bal-Bay Library.
An
Morton Towers
Has Shopping
The life of convenience at Mor-
ton Towers on Miami Beach is en-
hanced by the presence of exten-
sive shopping facilities located on
the grounds of the twin high-rise
complex.
Everything from a fine restau-
rant to a personalized barber shop
are included in this arrangement
as part of owner Emil Morton's
continuing plan of making life as
pleasant as possible for the over
3.000 residents at Morton Tower-..
S.T
Hadasrah Groups
Slate Functions
Miami Chapter ol Ha
nounces forming oi a new group
at the Moorings. North M
Reach, called the Shashona Group.
i
Chai Group of Hadassah annoiin
ces that Abraham Gittleson, edu-
cation director of Beth Torah will
begin a scries of study groups en-
titled "Four Cities A Mirror of
the Jewish People."
First of the series will be held
on Monday, 9:30 a.m.. at the home
of Mrs. George Katzman. 850 NE
178th Ter. Mrs. Max Homier is in
charge of information.
A country store and bazaar will
be held by Mt. Scopus Group all
day Monday at Temple Zamora on
Feb. 10. Lunch will be served.
Ecumenical Council Views
Martin I Taub will speak 00
-Echoes of the Jewish Schema at
th Last Ecumenical Council" De-
tore Chug ivii. Hebrew-speaking
roup of North Miami Beach, at:
ita meeting Tuesday, 2 p.m., ftt
l.inple Ner Tamid.
Stars Arrive
At Fontainebleau
A galaxy of motion picture tal
ent arrived at the Fontainebleau
Hotel on Tuesday, for the world
premiere of "Moment to Moment"
beginning Thursday.
The group includes Honor Black
man. Pussy Galore, of "Goldfing
er;" director-producer. Marvyn
I.eroy; and Mervyn Leroy, Jr.. and
Jean Seberg.
Gurion Branch
Meets Wednesday
Manuel Burstein, president, will
conduct the business agenda of the
I''.,i hand Iirii (iunon Branch
monthly meeting on Wednesday
evening at Miami Beach Federal.
775 Washington Ave.
Second part ol the evening will
be a talk on "Surgery t>' Improvi
Circulation," by Dr. Arthur Gil-
bert, who will be introduced by
Bernard Furman, cultural chair-
man.
Bank Official Promoted
Michael J. Franco, president of
the City National Bank of Miami,
announced that Mary B. Mitchell
has been elected senior vice presi-
dent and cashier of the bank. She
was formerly vice president and
cashier, A longtime resident of Mi-
ami. Mrs. Mitchell joined City Na-
tional in 1<<39
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Officers r.f the Greater M'ami Chapter of the
lAmericcn ORT Federation recently installed
at a reception at the Deauvilie Ho;e! are (left
Jto right) Julius Lessing, treasurer; Ciem 1. Lip-
fman, editor of ORT Bulletin; Morris Teller. Fi-
. jncial secretary; Harry A. Rosenblatt, presi-
dent; Judge Henry L. Balaban, installing offi-
cer; Marie Balaban. who entertained with a
rep3rtcire of songs; Max Polikoff; Daniel Neal
Heller, honorary president; Paul Taylor, sec-
ond vice president; Abner Levison, recording
secretary; Col. Jacques Bril; Joseph Kuluva.
Not pictured are Ira Weiner. first vice presi-
dent; and Sander Graubard, third vice presi-
dent.
JQar Marie and Yolanda Siegendorf
Maria Klona and Yolanda
rvette, twin daughters of Mr. and
Irs. James Siegendorf, 8010 Nore-
tac Aw.. wiU oecome tsas ma/.
^iih "ii Saturday, .Ian. 29. at Tom
!< Knianu-KI.
Maria Elena and Yvctle attend
leventh grade at Nautilus
lunior High and belong
the school band. Elena plays
She tlute. and her hobbies include
ait and baton twirling. Yvette
plays the clarinet, and her hobbies
Include swimming and fishing.
Mrs Carl Feal. grandmother of
JBhe twins, will attend the cere
...

Harry Peters
Services at Young Israel of Great-
er Miami on Saturday morning.
.Ian. 29. will include the Bar MHz
;vah ot Harry, son of Mr. and Mrs.
[David Peters. 715 NE 178th Tor.
The celebrant is an eighth grade
* student at the Hebrew Academy,
and his hobbic> are stamp and
coin-collecting.
The liar Mitzvah will be honor-
ed at a party at the Carillon Hotel.

Alan Kutner
Alan, -(in ,,t Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
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become Bar Mitzvah at Beth David
Congregation on Saturday morn-
ng, Jan. 29.
Alan is a seventh grade student
it Shenandoah High, where he ex-
cels in science and math, and has
)een attending Beth David Reli-
{ious School for the past year. He
S active in fishing, bowling, swim
nin-;. ba.-kctball. and skiing,
Mr.- Rose Namoff. of Miami,
.ind Mrs. Gussie Warshofsky, of
Far Rockway, N. Y., grandparents
it Alan, will attend the services
.
Belina Garazi
Friday evening services. Jan. 28.
jt Beth Torah Congregation will
.nclude the Bas Mitzvah ol Be-
ina, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Solo-
mon Garazi, 1230 NE 173rri St.
lirlina i> in the eighth grade at
John F. Kennedy Junior High. She
is interested in the musical arts
and is a member of the Beth Torah
USY
The celebrant will be honored at
i dinner for her friends on Satur-
day night.
*
David Caplan
David Jacob, son of Mr. and Mrs
Albert Caplan. will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday, Jan. 29. at
temple Adath Yeshurun.
David is in the seventh grade
at John F. Kennedy Junior High,
and his favorite subject is mathe-
matics. He is on the basketball
team, has won several trophies in
howling, and his hobby is wood-
working.
Following the services. Mr. and
Mrs. Caplan will give a reception
in honor of their son.
*
Robert Rosen
Bar Mitzvah of Robert, son of
Mr and Mrs. Harold Rosen. 1160
NE 211st Ter.. will be observed
during services at Beth Torah Con-
gregation on Saturday morning.
-Tan. 29.
Calvert ["tames
FKezsehman V*P.
By Special Report
Promotion of Alvin Pleischman
43 to \ ice pi esident and
>ali'-; manager of Calvert Distillers
Company has been announced by
Arthur F. Murphy, preside nt. Toe
post has been vacant for several
j ears
The Calveii Company markets
Calvert Extra and Canadian Lor i
Lai veil whiskies. Calvert 100'
Dry Gin, and Calvert Cocktails
Flei&chman has been national
sales manager -fot-vtrre past year
and a Half. He joined Calvert as
Western. Division manager in
1942. Met had been associated
with Seagram Distillers Com-
pany since 1951, starting as a
sales representative and earn-
ing successive promotions to as-
sistant sales promotion manager
in Southern California, supervi-
sor for Northern California, and
Western Division brand mana-
ger in 1960.
During World War II. Fleisch-
man served with the 32nd Infantry
Division of the U.S. Army in the
Southwest Pacific Theatre of
Operations. He is a member of
Seagram Post '!fi American Le-
gion.
Fleischnian was graduated from
Penn State University and took
post graduate studies at the Whar-
ton School of the University of
Pennsylvania.
He and his wife and two sons
make their home in White Plains.
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Fascell, Pepper
To Chair Dinner
Two leading Dade County polit-
ical figures will serve as honorary
cha>rmen of the Jewish Convales-
cent Home's third annual "New
Horizons" dinner.
Hep. Dante Fascell and Rep.
Claude Pepper have consented to
chair the tund raising dinner which
will take place on Mar. 19 at the
Deauvilie Hotel.
! The announcement was made by
I Mrs. Sarah Keiser. president of the
institution. Mrs. Keiser also noted
that Sidney Siegel. executive di-
rector of the Jewish Convalescent
Home, and Irving Pietrack. chair-
man of special events, have been in
recent contact with both legisla-
tors, "who each expressed their
continuing interest in the effective
v, ork being done by the Home for
elderly, indigent, and ill Orthodox
Jews."
Befh Shirah Discussion
Mrs. Morris New mark is chair-
man of Temple Beth Shirah Sis-
terhood "Brunch with the Rabbi"
and discussion group which meets
on Tuesdays at 11 a.m.
DR. HTMAN R0SENKRANZ
Chiropractors
Elect Officers
Dr. Hyman Rosenkranz, of
Miami Beach, lias been reelected
president of the Dade County
C hiropractic Society.
Serving with Dr. Rosenkranz
during ls*6 will be Dr. Benjamin
Kufeldt. Perrine. vice president;
Dr. William E. Yoham. South
Miami, secretary; and Dr. Morris
Schwartzberg, Miami, treasurer.
Elected to the DCCS board of
directors were Dr. George Barnes
and Dr. Raymond Prigger. both of
.Miami, and Dr. Gerald Ross. Hia-
leah.
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MARIA and YOLANDA SIEGENDORE
The celebrant is a seventh grade
student at Norland Junior High.
He is the recipient of the Ner
Tamid Award, plays guitar and is
.. member of TNT at Beth Torah.
Mrs. Fannie Rosen, of Atlantic
City, N. J. and Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Schatz, No. Miami Beach. Robert's
grandparents, will attend the cere-
mony and the dinner in honor of
the Bar Mitzvah on Sunday night
at the Knights of Columbus Hall.
Eugene Klein
Eugene, son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Klein. 7001 SW 19th Ter..
will observe his Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning. Jan. 29, at
temple Zion.
Eugene is a seventh grade stu-
dent at West Miami Junior High.
Kiddush. sponsored by the
Kleins, will follow the service, and
a reception in honor of the cele-
brant will take place Saturday
evening at Temple Zion Social
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*Jewist ncracfiam
Friday, January 28, 1366
Sam Luby Sr. has been appointed general chairman of the
1966 South Florida Reform Jewish Appeal on behalf of the
Union of American Hebrew Congregations and the Hebrew
Union College-Jewifh Institute of Religion. Discussing the din-
ner scheduled for Mar. 6 at the Eden Roc Hotel are Max Koep-
pel, National general chairman; Irving S. Schneider, execu-
tive vice chairman of the RJA; Luby; and Dr. Maurice N. Eis-
endrath, president of the Union of American Hebrew Congre-
gations.
Students Win Book Awards
! 7'h si died Jan. :. Blvi raide.
STRELSER. Leonard, 14, f I4IMH NE
'.;ih Ave died Jan. V Bit
CASSETT, Abraham l... it, ol mi S.
Venetian IT., died Jan. I IU\ ersldt
DUNN. Abraham, sit. .d -1- SW 88rd
Cl ,l|.d Jan. I. iSordon.
IPP. Km:, 7. ..f 1923 SW 6th SI died
Jan. tlordon.
LANDSMAN. Joseph. 71'. Of 7 I
Treasure Dr. Services in Chicago
\<-\. 11 la 11.
SANDBERG. Irving M 84. of |:'"'
Bha Rd., died Jan. :'.. Klveralde.
SEGHERMAN. David, Ml. of 2153 SW
.".ill St.. died Jan. S. Gordon.
friedland, Harvej Adam, 2-year-
..lil infant son >.i' Mr. .in.I Mrs. Ber
n mi Friedktnd ..f Wig Manatl Ave .
died Jan. ; i Gordon.
LANG. David. s:l. of 1*741 SW 11th
Ter., rtle.l Jan. IS. Gordon.
GINSBEG. Maurice, 77. ..f 108J
,la mux Ave. S.rvi.vs in Chicago.
UliiHlM-ra.
ARONSON, Mrs. Charlotte, SI, ..f 1840
James Ave died Jan 18. Blv. i -i.l.
ROSEN, Jacob, T.i, of : '. So. Staere
I m (ll.il Jan. 18 liiicrsidi .
ADLER. diaries K H9, ..f HIM An-:
,l,i.-..n lid., fled Jan. 15. Gordon.
COHEN, .:aie. ,i,i, ..i 111" K.i. lid
Ave died .l.ni. IS. Blvcrside.
DIAMOND. Eilaabi ill. 7::. ..f 12441 SW
I'.ili Ter., died Jan. 14. Cordon.
GLICKENHAUS. Jennie, Rrt, of 2698
sw I7th Avi died Jan. i I I: i rwi
ZLATK.N, Sam, 79, "I I01S Ruclid
Vve., died Jan. 1"'. Services ill De-
troit. Biversldc.
LAMBERT. .Mi-. Bessie, *2, of K81 S..
Shore l i- died Jan 13. Riverside.
RUCHINSKY, l."iii-. St, 6409 NE
I si I'l died .l.in. 12, Cordon,
WEINGLASS. Sal nil, .;7, ..I : I I "ol-
Hi,- Ave., .li.-.l Jan. 13. Blverslde
GETTES. Jiweph, '. ..I Ittlllill i ...iii-
\\. Sen Ices in Philadelphia. Bias-
REASS. Harriet I... nf 1063 97th Si..
.i .1 Jan. 12. Rlvei nidi
SVROP. l.i.ni.-. 75, ..i IU37 Alton Rd.,
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
(=
IN THE COLNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 67585-A
in RE Estate of
SAMl-BL SALZBKRG
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN lhat
the undersigned, desiring in engage
in business under the fictitious name
of o.i* E1.ECTB1C credit i i >I]
IHtBATION at 1818 AW, "> St., Ml-
KsSri :i:^?;;jr;;'.r:i;;;.sss
1161) S.W. lsi Si.
"'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69211-A
IN RB: Estate ..f
.WAX GREENE,
I *. (rHS.'ll.
NOTICE TO CRED.TORS
To All Creditors and All Pi rwi IJav- i
in:: dating or Demands Vi-iin-i Sai.l
i:>i.u. :
Vi.ii are hereby notified and re-
quired to present an> claims and de-
mands which "" nun havi against
l-'lilT ( "1 r .iiiir*'.i i'. M'-.-.ii. ''.' -...........
mans which >ou may have BMlns
l ., > i.ii the estate of SAMI El, s Vl./.l ------i "^: deceased late of Dude County, b'b.n-
. ni,. fount) Judges .( i di
Count v, an.I file the same In dun!
rate an.I aa provided In Section r33.lt,
I ,,,i da hiatut. -. i" their offices In
the County Courthouse in Dade l In '
I, Klorlda, within -is ilond u
months from the ''>" "f '""'
,.i,i.|.. atlon h.....i. i- Ihi awn* will
barred.
Hated ai Miami, Klorhta, thJU loth
dat -I .i inuai v, V.I'
BANNIE s \!./.r.::i:'.
As Admlnl '.T \
i.hi of 1'ii- m tice
llllllll S Wllllll >"H IP.IN I.IH. ..',..' ..,, f ..,,,,,., 1.,,.,.
the estate of MAX ORBKNK deieaaed !: ( ; ;Vn"'
';"'T hi'lt':." ;'.'':' um^ind
file the same In iluplii it. il a> i>ro- ,.,..' ,;, i i.'iuridii
vlded In Section ;: It, K".orl la Slat- H,u '' "
m.. in their offlci In the County I
house in l hid. .'......i .. I"l..ii.l:i.
within six calendar nionili* fiian the
i ii......f ilic flrsi publlcai Ion hi i nf,
.r tii, same w III be ban .i
Daled al Miami. I'l..I i.l.i. (his 12th
ii.n ..i' Janum y, A.l >. i......
Iti isi; s \i- vi:i-:
Is Bxecul \
Pirnl 1'iii.licaiioti ..: iin- noli.....n
ill.- ji.-i 'lav of Jnnuar).
Ki 'MM i:i. .v Rl NiBltS
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4L'n Lincoln lb el.
Miami liench, I'la 33138
1 21-2S 2 1-11
28 2'4-1
NOT CE BY PUBLICATION
l\ THE CIRCUIT COUPT OF TWt
I'TH JUDICIAL CIRCU T IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTV. FLOR.OA
IN CHANCERY
No. 66C-836
LASS VIMI 'HAS I'IN..
I'la in iff.
a;
T
Prizes in the Tcen-Age Book Re-
-. iew Contest in celebration of Jew-
ish Book Month were announced
by Joseph Cohen, president of the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
First prize in the Senior Division
A went to .Marilyn Lailgfeid, ot
Temple Israel, who reviewed "The
Deed." by Gerold Frank.
Stephen Foreman, of Temple
Eeth Sholom. received second
prize for his review of "Mila 18."
by Leon Uris. Third prize went to
Chady Ree Daum. of the Bureau's
Central Hebrew High School. She
reviewed "The Source," by James
Michener.
Fourth prize went to Marsha
Coulton, of Beth David Congrega-
tion, who reviewed "The Raobi ir.
America." by Israel Knox. Fifth
prize went to Rachclle Bijou, of
Beth David Congregation, who re-
viewed "Minister of Death," by
Quentin Reynolds.
In the Junior Division B. first
prize was awarded to Susan
Josephson. of Temple Beth Am.
who reviewed "The Diary of Anne
Frank." Second prize went to Ava
Goldman, of Temple Beth Sholem
in Hollywood. who reviewed
'"Theodor llerzl." by Israel Cohen.
Peggy Watts, of Temple Israel,
took third prize lor her review of
"The Silver Sword." by Ian Ser-
raillier.
Fourth prize went to Cathy A.
Gross, of Temple Emanu-El, of
Ft. Lauderdale. who reviewed
N. Miami General
Hospital Names
Simon Director
William L. Simon has been ap-
pointed administrator of the 375-
bed North Miami General llos
p i t a 1, effective
Jan. 24.
He s u c e e eds
Lawrence Brett,
who has been
promoted to ex-
ecutive vice pres-
ident of the hos-
pital. The an-
nounccment was
made by aL Ko-
ven.s, president of
the hospital Simon
B ar.l ot 'I rustees,
Simon. 41, has served since 1954
administrator of the 268-bed
Baptist HWrfltal i n Knoxville,
Ti mi aii'l was former director oi
Hubbard Hospital of Nashville.
lie received ins undergraduate
degree from Duke University and
hold- a certificate from Duke's
Graduate School of Hospital Ad-
ministration. He is a fellow in the
American College of Hospital Ad-
ministrators and has served as
president of the Knoxville Area
Hospital Council, vice president of
the Tennessee Hospital Associa-
tion, and board member of the
Tennessee Hospital Association.
He is married, a navy veteran
and the father of three sons.
"Miriam." by Aimee Sommerlelt.
Jody Branse, of Temple Sinai, Hol-
lywood, took lifth prize for her re-
view of "The Story of Reform Ju- ,
daism," by Sylvan D. Schwartz-
man.
A special Honorable Mention
was awarded Marc Rosenblum. of
the Hebrew Academy, who review-
ed "The Deed." by Gerold Frank.
First three prize winners in Divi-
sion A and the first prize winner
in Division B appeared on a spe-
cial television broadcast recently.
They were interviewed by Louis
Schwartzman, executive director
of the Bureau, and read their win-
ning reviews.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. of Con-
gregation Beth El. was host for
the program. "The Still Small
Voice." of the Greater Miami Rab-
binical Association.
Oil
ititixrica
LANGNER
is; i ir, ss, of ''..: l nh St.. dl< .1
.l.i n !'... 11.- am.. In i.- '. I cara
aau from New York City and .va
a retired builder. H<- was a found-
er and Ii rt.-r member of Hi Ii
David Congregation; a liiv mein-
i.....I ti.. Ji wlnh Hnmr for Ihi
Aged; a charter member and or-
ganiser "i ill.- Sfilonlaf I i-ir.-i of
M..iini; a in,mil, r of Kneaeth 1--
rael Kynagogua, and b Manon.
laih. of Hi,- late Joneph i.aim-
ii.-r, he is snrviv.-d l.> three
ilauuht.'is. Mrs. I'Hhel 1.alien.-r ,,i
Miami 11.-a.h. Mrs. Ckftll'fl Salni.tn
ami Mis. Sylvia Hurwlti ( Oorml
iial.1..-: a HlMter, M~ 'I'illl. Roa-
man ..f I lav.-rstruw, N.Y B
grandchlldron and n great-
ui'aii Jan. -" at Uordon KhiumhI ii.......
with Interment In Mi. Nebo Cem-
etery,
GODWIN Dr. Kdward A., s:>, f J30
1Mb St.. .11.(1 Jan. 2. Kiv.-rsi.l...
TANNENBAUM. 1-allliy. Hit, ,.f Its...I
I'.illins As... died Jan. 23. Iliv. raide
DWORKEN. Max M :: ,.f 12"" Weal
Ave., died Jan. 21. lllveralde.
GORDON. Molly, 7.".. of 1752 SW Hub
St., died Jan. SO. (iordon.
LINDENBERG. Henry, 71, ..f Bever-
ly Hills. Calif, ill.-.l Jan, 2U. Ittver-
si.l.'.
levin, Meyer Martin, 87, of (30
Ijin. Blvd., Ilallamial.'. died Jan.
IS Iliv. lsi,I...
SCHULTZMAN. Ilelle, 89, of S46 s.lili
St., .li.-.l Jan. 20. Itiv. r-iil.-
WERBEL, Mi- iHirothy, 7". of .'.ir-
I'lunki i St Hollywood, died Jan.
20. RIVel'Hlde
LEVINE. Anna .".".. of '_'.;.." HW 2Srd
St., died Jan. IK, Rlvernlde
MATZ. Samuel I... !*2, ..i !."" l.iili si
d il Ian i" Sen-lc. s in Umlaville
Ky. !:
NEWMAN. I.i.ii s. 72, of 910 SW 62nd
Vve., died Jan. 19. Gordon.
stein, i n. I. 94, of i .mi Bay
II .ii. .i Jan. is. s. rvli
Itophi -i. r. N ^. i: ile
Wi-f.l'l'l:. William \\\
:'m!i st .ii. I .1 ni 17. (lord
LIEBMAN. Mm. Minnie. ....
17ih
GOLDBETTER. ...
Vve., died Jan, : Blv-
. -id.
GOLDSTEIN, s.i....... 7.-,, .. | .
......lat -
I 'hil idelphla, Pa. i iordon
TAUB. .la
died Jin .,,
WH TE. Ann. u,-. 71, (, si
(li.-.l .1 .n 17. Sir viced In N.
t'ltv. tlord. n
LADERBURG. .1 il 'is. 7.'. ol i
SI die .Ian. 17 S. n
.N. V,.i i : lllvemidi
ALEXANDER. Mr-, r... n I .
II. ..i 7337 W. 'I'i-.-., I x.-u .
NATHAN. 1.1.i, ,'.-,. ,,f ;.,.; i:.,., pr
.i Jan. 16. Hi'.. .
PECHENIK. (luaale, 63, of 7810 Bay-
'I. I jm dl. I Jan 111 i: .
ROSENZWEIG. Ka.li.l. >ii. ,,f .
i mmfS'mlS!'.......' ''"' '"venrtdi
SPiNRAD, Bidne-} Max, (4,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AI C RCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCLRY.
No. 66C-859
uboboe c. ki;i.i.i:v.
I'lallltilf
ya.
i:i.. .isi-: pi i\\i;i.i. kitij.ky
I lefi il .a HI
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
In KI.OISK !'..wi;i.|. Ki:i.l BY, 19
Wlldwood (Inrdena, Apt 1A, Porl
VV'HHhinauni. N.Y.
You. i:i..ns!': i'n\\i:i.i. ki:i.i.i;y.
are 11, i'< i.\ notified thai a nil ..i 'om-
iilalm for l 'i. orce has !" n filed
agalnal you, and you are r.-.niire.l to
- rvi a ...i'v ,.f your \ns, i ,,i- Plead-
ing to the Hill ..I (YimuhUnl ..n lb.
I'lainiiff'H attorney, II.MIHY .-i'i:i.\-
HEKi;. s.'". Arthur UmiIi'i .\ Bnad, Mi-
ami r..a.'li. Florida und file the orig-
inal Answer ... [leading In th. ..f-
li.'c of-the (*i. rk ,i iln- .'ir.iiit i'..mi
"ii ..i- before Hie 25th day February,
':'ia;. If \..u fall i" do ho ludgenieni
aull uill be taken agalnM van
lr i lie i. Ii. I demanded In the Bill
..:' i '.iiiiilaiiii.
I'liis notlee Khali be published once
eavh w-eek for four .nnn-uilv.- wei-ax
in Till: .IKWISH I'l.. |i|l >IAN. ... .in -
rut thi L'sih ,).,\ o| i.ii, i'..;.i
I mine \\i. .i:iu-i:i:i i .,. -ni i -... i
Klorlda, this 23th day ..f Jan. ad.
.
i: I'. I.KATMKI-.M AN. Clerk.
' 'Ireult ..I'm. I';.....'ounty, Fl..i Ida
'.all Bj I. SNEKDEN
I'.-iiiitv Clerk
M VIUIY sti;i\i:i:k.;
-.'.. Arthur iodfre) Itoad
Mb.ml Beach, Via,
1 28 2 1-11 -is
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCU,T IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 66C-770
JOANNE PIKRCE,
Mailitilf
1:1.11 1. utii PIERCE,
I ..f.ii.laiit
6UIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti I: i'I.IKKOHI) I'IKRCE
422 Maple Street
.K-iikintown. I'l-nusx l\ ania
Yen, -I.IKKH >ltl ? riK'lu/K, are
hereby m.tilied U.ai a I'.ili ..f I'.un-
plaint for Divorce hua been filed
against you, and you are required 1.1
serve a ropy ot your Answer or
pleading to the Bill ..f i-oninluliit on
the l'lainiiff's attorney, SI1KVIX,
HiMtUMAN A: IIUI.T/.JIAX, 1-..SOS .
Sun, mil Seybold Kullding. Miami.
Kiorida 83122 and ni.- the original
Answer "i Pleading In the office of
ib. Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 2S111 day ..f February,
V'.n; if you fail in .I., s... Judgement
by defauU will be taken against you
for the relief demanded In the BIU
"i Complaint.
This notice hIihII be published
once each week week for four con-
secutive weeks in TIIK JKWlsll
1-'\a iIUDIAN,
DONE AND OBDERED at Miami,
I'bu-ida. this 21st day "f January A l>
I.....
K 11 IJ2ATHERMAN, Clerk
'iii-iiit Court, Dade Ctounty Florida
(seal) Bj K". M l.YMA.N
Dejiuty i'l. ik
siii:\i\. ci.in.man & HOLTZMAN
346 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida 33132 -Tel 373-S721
AI tot nej for 1'l.iiniiff
SYLVAN N. IH'I.T'/..\| \\
_________________ 1 2S 2/4-11-1S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCU T in AMD
FORNDADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 66C-780
M VBY R fOUCMAN.
I'lalntirf,
\ s.
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1 K'f. mlanl.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Ti : VI.1' BED DAI ''' H.K.VIAN,
IBesldin 1,.... 11)
loll -...,,,.
hi Complaint for 1 ilvon
Vttorm \ a i.\ 1 \ .s
'JAM \. 1 IJncoln lion 1
Mi.in I II. .,. Ii. Pin .In ., I
il III Hi. |1
Court "ii or before the
'lay ,.| I ...
Pro '..ni. sso will 1........... 1
VOIl,
IM.THD; ibis 21si day of Jonrnry,
"
1: B i.i:\iiii:i:\i w.
< Merit, 'ii. nil 'ourt,
1' '.I- 1'......ts Plot Ida.
Bj : .' p c.|'i:i. \\|,.
I ii put) Cli rl.
1 2S 2 1-11-IS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69330-C
IN BE: Estate of
SAMI IM, II ROOT
Del eased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TI 1 A I.l. I'KKSi INS INI'inU's li:i IN
TIIK BsTATEOK SAID DECEDENT
You nre hereby notified that a
written Instrument purporting i" he
the last will and lcntiim.nl of .-.id .1.-
...l.-iit lias been admitted iirohate
In said Court, You are hereby com-
manded witnin -i\ .al.n.l months
from the date of the flrsi aubllcatlon
o| il;,- 11..1 i. to noiienr in said I 1"
and show cause, If any v.....n, why
the action of s.ij.i Court In admitting
s.ud .ii to probate should not stand
unrevoked.
tlEOROF T 'l. VRX
' Viunty Judge
B}' I.' 'IS I I' \s i'i .|'i- I :i,H. i'l. ik
MYERS. HKIMAN .v K Ml. \ N
Attorneys
I '." s Is; St re. t
Miami. Florida II 10
l- 1-1 publication ..f ibis notire on
lb.- .'1-1 day of .Ian11.11 y,
1 21-2S 2 4-11
HI \ M VIW'.ABITA M VRTi: '.
I lefendai :
SUIT FOR D'VORCE
. Al ODI.V M VBtSARITA
\i m: i'ini:/.
:.:'..: West 1 i'.tli St: I
Al.ar.in.nl -'':
\. v. v. rk, \'e York
N ..'i VI.OD1A M VRii VK1T V MAB
TINES! ..- hen li> otll led '':ii .1
Bill of Complaint foi 1 .. --i < haa been
.1- .in-' si and "ii ( :
..i in -, r\,- .i ...iy of your An-
sw< r "i- I'liiullnu i" the BUI .! Com
i.;.i 1 ..n the iilnlnllff's At win
;. ...I .M AN. 1 1. I 'STI'.IN ,\ I'A.
SSI Bit, -I'd Wesl I .....; SU '. all
ami. Klorlda 33133 and file th"
iual .'.u-'.wi 1 Pleading in the of-
flci "f the ".i i- "i 1 hi 1 'n cult 1 '.'in 1
"ii "i before ill. 2"tth day of Pnbruary,
IHIiti. If y.ni fall I., do so, ju.l.: ni. ni
by default ill taken against you
' f.n Hi,, relief den.....led in the 'till "f
.' mi'laim.
Ill be nubl I.l it
..,.;. week for four consecutive (pecks
11 TIIK JEWISH I l/MUDIAl
111 INK AM iBI .1:1:1:1 > at 1 1
i' -'.la. ihls -lib .1.1. ot .1 nuai,.
\ |. mis),
i: 1: I.EATHKBM \N. CI
1 'ireult 'ourt. I 'ad. nil I ...1
.-...II By K M. IA M \N
D. uut> I'ltrk
Unl.li.MAN. Ili.l.l'STI'IX ,\ I'A .ni:
2401 Wesl 1 lagler si:. 1
Miami Florida 33133
- 1 I *
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66447- B
IN BE K-'..'. ..1
sAM I- ItANK LIEW
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL D SCHARGE
, N'?.,C? is '""' y -u' ,ha1 ""
have filed tmr Final Report nnd I'e- Kstat.
tltioii for DisIrllHitlon and Final I'i-- Vou
'harge as Co-Admlni trat. r
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT '
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69605-C
IN RE Estati ..1
ARTHl'B I.ANi:
I i.-.'. as. d
NOTICE TO CRED.TORS
To All Creditors and All I', re. 11 M..\ -
ini: CSalma or l>eninnds Agala'i Raid
Ii. 1, bj not If I. .1 0 .I r,'-
MAl'UY I JEW
IHVlNl^ l.li:\\
SMITH A MAXHI.KII
Samuel s smith. ,,r .ounsel
l"7 Lincoln Bond. MM., Pla.
----._______________.________ ''21*28 2/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni .tick is HEREBY GIVEN that
th,. undersigned, desiring to engage
! !'," mV's ",",,'r "" -'ctltioua name
of .'LIMCA MI1LVMAH at 25008W
...ti .\v..., Miami Intends to reglnter
aid name mith the Clerk of th. cir-
,cult i.ou-t of Dade County. Florida.
IIIBA.VIAB 11 dtp
Bula Owner
I ___________ 1 21-28 2 4-n
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Flortda "'"" '""" '' """ -><^-
I HI.'lt.M \\ COHEN
VARON M. BANNER
Attorney for Applicant
s'l.i.. 904 .3 \^ Flagier Street
.Miami. F I'.rida
hi time of the flrsi publication her.
of. ... the same ill l bai red
Dated 01 Miami. Florida, tl 211I1
daj ..I Junuarv, a.i> im.;.;
m.\.\fi:i:ii hkk
As Executor
i- '-1 nublioaUon of this notl it on
HKNK3 NORTON
Alt. racy f..r Executor
li.iii Ulscayne liuibling
Miami, Florida
1 S8 '."( II-1 n
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEcrVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCiiT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FC !
DADE COUNTV.
IN CHANCERY
No. 66C-884
I'AI'l. ZMKSKAI.
Ilalntlff,
\ s
LACRETTB K SSMESK VI,
1 1. ndant
TO ,N?,T!.CiEi..B.Y pUBLICATICi4
I" I.M RHTTr K y.MKSKA'.
V o John 1,. I'erriei
*8l Houtheasi Av. nue
"..k Park, Illinois
T1,.'i V'K "''-'V XlV'll.'IKIl
Thai a CompUtlnl for Divorce ha*
r". ir", ;,i;, ,,!" V"" ""l '"'
I --------- 1 M I '
11 the r ,.11. '., '
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VvonU.SuA,?r\Van1'1^
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j ~ry 28. 1966
* Jewiit ficrfdfibun
Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
IS COL-.TV JUDGE'S COURT
AND -:> DADE COUNTY.
Fi 0"' ~>A IN PROBATE
Mg 69329B
fce.N V.MOND
^NOTICE TO CREDITORS
,.,, j ,,i .mi Person* Hav-
.. mands Against Bald
,,. h) notified and re-
..., an) claims and iii -
wiii. ii i uu me} have against
l, ,,..... IHNN1B DIAMOND .to-
i .>>- County, Florida,
ik. h ..I Dad* <-iiiiiu>.
. in dupiloate and
l ,,!,,i -. iinii 731.16, Florida
,.._ |n :..... offices i" the Coun-
furthoi "..... County, Plor
mi!in,. calendar months
t the first piibHca-
L .urn a ill I" inn i i-'i
f i, Florida thai ith
[,., Jan ... V I9*
,i,,sr 'i I'i'lUIAN
\- Aecutor
n nl this Tlnl i< '- mi
iary, I9e*<
[>K i. Bl HEL
tor
, ,. Miami, n. mJ
i Ml-fl -*
" ifMjfCWU BY HENRY LEONARD
WHY RABBIS GET GREY AT THE TEMPLES:
\Or CE UNDER
FICTITIOL S NAME LAW
IBV UIVBN il ii
.UK 10 el
the fictitious ii.i ii .
i\VX HOUSE AITS
V VV. .til A\ ii i
! rlda Inn nds lo
It tin i' -
ml >
I

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jl.DOF'S "oi'rt
i )ade county.
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cre ditor5
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in ( this notl. ..n
ntiary, 1966
II
Hi .
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|i\ rHE COLNTV JUDGE'S COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
CLORiOA IN PROBATE
... 68639-C
-
,.v iu.v'/ii:i:. .- k a
' \ V .' i'iiX
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i VII Persona Hav-
nanilK Aavlnsl H Id
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69155-C
in in: Estate of
DAVID B1CHNBR
I ieceesed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against said
I'..-1:11. :
Yhii are hereby notified and rernilred
to present any claim* and demands
which you may base a sal net the us-
iiu. of DAVID PICON Kit iluceaaed
bite of Dade County, Florida, t" the
County Judges c,f Dad,- County, and
iii,. iiic aains in duplicate and as pro*
\ idiil in Section 733.lt, Florida Siat-
Utea, in their ,,ff|, i-s in the County
CourtliDUae in l:ulu Oounty, Plorldn,
Wlthill six raieU.lar llamtllK fft'Olll the
linn- of the first pnl'lii uiinti hereof,
tin: same will be barred]
i m .1 at .Miami. !"!..i Ida, this r.tli
dai "i January, A.D. 1966.
irSTIIKl: ICICHNER
As Kxi cutrix
First publication .-i thla notice on
the I itli da) "i January, 1966,
josh RBPHCN
Attorney for i;\i, uu is*
,\ .i -hingt.'M A\uu*'
Mial i i:.a, h. Ma. 1 14-21-2S 3 1
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS.
olldta your legal notice*.
We> appreciate your
patronage and guaranl**
accurate aerrice at legal
rate* .
Dial Fit 3-46M
far mostenger aerrlce
"How dare you assign my son a Rar Mitzvah
date that is so inconveoisnt for my caterer."
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOT CF OF SUIT
on
ORDER OF PUOLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDCIAL
CIRCU'T o< FLORIDA. IN AND
FOR DADE COL -iTY IN
CHANCERY. No. 66C 299
,.:. \.
i ;
\
;i.i:\\ ^ STKI :.\
SUIT FOR O.VOHCE
': n | i it a Dill of I'..":..
and j miulred to a, \ a co|ij
:-. the
If fa At
I i. |{l I:I X. H I Box I&14,
i :,!>,! I il" '
' -. i I'll .nl ut ii. the "ii let of
the 'i'-i k of I he -in ull out
iy ol I'- in iiary, \:-m.
li >,.u t.ii to do ao, Judgement bj de-
laull ii' I" lukl II ',.iili-i r
relief d< mandi d in the Bill of
* 'oniululnl
lit INK AND ORDBRBD at Miami.
Florida, this i.tli day of January, A.D.
I 166
B. n i.i \tiikrman. Clerk
i ii.'ull Court, Dade County, Florida
(..... Bj K M. I.YMAN
i uy del I.
I, M-21-Z8 I i
notified ami re-
alty I'lalum in.I ,l..-
......v have iiaiiltisl
RM v vn H \ TO V-
"' \ \l' il.A COX, di
. County. Florida.
da< m ..r u.iii, i ,.nu-
ll" In dunlli at.' an.I
- lion '" 16, Florida
fli-a In il.,. Cot
County, Fli rl-
ii lar in..mi,s ii-..n,
-i |.iil.li.atli.il h. i,.-
-Mil be barred
' Florida, tin.- ii'th,
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x i: < \i:ia i\i:
' VdnJi isuairix
t of thia notice on
I iniiary. IWGli
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Rtrlx
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i:-n-:i-L's
NOTICE or APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722
ACTS OF 1941
. PILE AA 22160
' ih in i.i.uv rjivBN that
>"- K. li.l.l-r of county
. ,,' '' in- numbered .'.Tin
I) .JH : Mth day of May_________
..'.,,, "i name In mj of--------------
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IH HBRBBTf CUVKN th.'it
ii.. underatgned, dealring ti engage
in liiisut. s. nl:. l.-r the fkiUttooa nama
uf MID-TOWN AUTO BODT; and
MID-TOWN CAR CKNTUR at '..
\i; ittd Ivenue. Miami Intend* to
ivKlatei .-. .1 numes with thi Clerk of
lbs fin-uii Court of Dade County,
I' i.rulh
MID-TOW M CAR I RNTBR, INC.
I 11-21-28 :' i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57210-C
IN 1:1: Katatc ,.f
UHNJAM1N MII.1.KU
I '. .a-.il
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICK i- ii.....b> given thai I
have filed mj Final Report and IV-
titluti for Dlatribwion and Final ln--
I'hargi a- i:.\.. Htm "t the eatate of
RKNJAMIN MIULKR, deeeaaed: and
thai mi the Uh daj "i Februai I. II.....,
trill anpl} i" tlie Honorable Count)
Judge* hi Hade County, Florida, for
approval "i v.,i,i i'Maal Report and for
luatributiun and final ulacharge s
Ckniiior uf the .slat..... the above-
named decsndent. This tth day of
January, IK66.
LUON A. BPOTBIN
Rxeoutor
i.l-MN A. BP8THIN
Atloriu-.
ISO l.incln Road
Miami Beach, Klori.la U1S9
I/T 14-21-M
LEGAL NOTICe
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 'HE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. iN AND
FOR DADF. COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No 66C-319
RODHI.I..1 KH IINKR VR KI.YN r
BOWMAN, it ratrl
i.l i:i:x.l \.\1IN I .. iSNt .\\ .
ml i I H1IA KASMX,
\ ii
nsxi.w, iiktti ii
\-n\ii i-ii v.-i: ..,,.i iin 'M
I I'V NATU ISA \. HA \l.
II.\ RBI Ml:
loll,
I'. i. i
NOTICE OF SUIT
Tl Jl ISI- PH I'tiS.Vi '\i
I ', :. .
i
Sew v..i k 'i
HETTY C.BFPKN
i.. i. ndaul
:' Horatio sir.
N.-w v..i k Ke Yoi k
You are I" reti) n
haa I"-, a flleil '- uiu*l von n t'..
e-stj led nun lo p rtition Ihe fol-
low Ina real and pel aonal
il :
LOT TEN il"', In RI.OCK THRRK
(8) ..f II.\ VXSH'i Ml I'll liKAt'll
8UBDIVIMON aocordlng t" the Plat
thereof, recorded i Plal '
at Page -. ,!" the PufaMo Reoordsi of
Dade County, Florida; logelliet with
tin- bulbllng and Impwvem, n'
thereon erected and together with
the furniture, furninhlnga. flxttirrs
ami equlpmeal contained therein,
., k (2(3 Abbott Avenue, Mluiui
i:. eh, Florida.
and you are hi reby required to serve
a copy of your Answer or other i.l,'a inaa on the Plalntiffe" Attornoya,
BCJJQNFE1.11 & I'Kl.l'MAN. 618 lli--
cayne Hull.line, Miami, Florida 23130,
ami file the original thereof in the
office of the Circuit t'oio-t on or be-
fore the nib day .-f February, IM6. H
yon fall i" do no, a Decree Pro Con-
f.-s^,. will |... taken uKaiust \ ou for
the 1,'liet dome tided In the Complaint,
DONE ami ORDERED I Miain .
Dado County, Florida, this 11th day ..I
January, 1866.
B. II DEATIIERM VN
CUrk of the i irciiit Court
B} K. M. I.YMAN
Deputy Clerk
. -J- 2 I
and ha
. -I.. | | j
" oi.. application for a
Issued thereon, Bald
'" i.-i-.i. .. mi [-..' 'II,
Ihe rollowli
I ,:...|
Propenv, in the
IK
Vi'la. t wit:
Houth IMiim. Plai
., ihe Count) ..f
lorldn, ax .-.,.i.,-.....i
i mi The aa".....
I ''> .....ler the -.u.i
| ..'.- ii" name of
in,l aubjeel ...
Ughtlng Ciena
:""'"..... A.l'ln m
* Pag. -'. in the
of Florida aa
x .,''-. Th,
property undei the
wn th.
el al.
hall In re
i
ii
th. Court H
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< whlcl ,. Ih.
V A.D
Jauuai
Hill MAN
U.WI.

ID
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60542-A
IN RJS: Estate ..f
Mii.n.x R. manmii:imi:b.
He, -as..l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Attains! Said
Betate
i,,ii are hereby notified and ra-
ntilred t.....'-. nt .in\ In low a"-' '"
m.i n.is whicl i ...i inav ha> afltfnat
Hi. .-si.,i.. ,.| MII.I...N It. .\..,...-
HEIMKR lee. I "i late "i i lads Coun-
ty, Plot he t''inntv Judges of
no ii.- the s in,. In
tlupllrat. .s provided In Bee-
da suiint.s. in their
v t'ourtho
i i ui. '' Florida, w Ithln -
in Ih. ii
eof, ti tin '"
ill I
Dated
, I IBIMEH
, \.
n ..f 11ii n"i
Kl IVN I INHKIMBR .\
i i\
i O. nli i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 67230-A
IN RB: Cstale ol
MINNIE HBRBBR
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
Died my Final Report ami Petition fot
i ms11 ii,ui i,.ii ami Final Discharge as
K\. lltui- of the .-.stale uf MINNIE I
HBRBBR, deceased and Hihi on the
i"th day i.i February, 1966 will apply
to the Honorable ounty Junces oi
Dads County, Florida, for approval of
said Final Report and for distribution
and Html discharge as Bxeoutoj of the
estate ol the above-named decedent. I
This mth du> of January, 16.
PBRRY FABIAN
smith ., MANDLBR, attomeya
Samuel s Smith
i"7 Lincoln Road, Suit,- :>.\
Miami Beach, Florida 31130
1/U-21-2I I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69209-C
ICstate "i
; KRTKI I >F FEU 1MAN
i lecea 'l
NOI ICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cred tors mid All P. raona Hav-
; in> or l.. "s Against Sa id
i, hereby i "t;ti.-.i and required
I'.-s. nl .ii. > clainia nnd denial >!-
...i ma) Im \. uga list i
i IBRTRI'I >B i'i :i.i >M l
rai
i ... .. '
1.1 e. I in s.
ces in the
... ,
larri

A.D : .
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As Vdmiuh
.
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II
i M,l
IN THE CC1 NTY JUDGE'S COURT
,N AND FOR DADE COUNT'..
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69255 C
It,
II VS LKtiitru
I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ttl i VI Peraoiia llav-
I nil. "1 I 'e.li,ML is Agll llsl S.i i.l
\ r, I i i, by a..I ill- .1 ami |i'i|iii .
to ; I III nil) lam,. .. fi.l I, n... li
which \..'i ma., have against Ihe --
:at. of Tl 'UXAS IJi!RBU deccus< I
late ..i 1 lade > 'ount.'. PI. rlda, Ih.
Oounty Judges of Dade County, and
file the suite in duplicate and tut pro-
vided in Section 733 I*. Florid
nt.s. in their offices In the Count)
Courthouse In Dadi County, Florida
wi&hin si\ months fpom the time ol
the first publication hereof, or the
siiiiu ill be barred.
Dated ii Miami. Florida, this tith
daj "i Jan., A.D. 19*6.
Mll.l.li: NATHBR
/.KI.UA NIMAN
As i:\i.iilri. i-s
Flrsl imlilica lion I'i this ii"'
the i uh oat < Janutin. 19.
HAROLJJ .1. COHEN
Attorney for Rxecutrlceg
L'T'll Coral Way, Miami. Pla. S3H5
l H-21-23 5 i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69432- B
IN RE: l Nt.it. ol
BENJAMIN SAI.Kol'l',
licensed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AM Creditors an.I All Persona H -
ins Claims or Demands Against Bald
Katatc;
You are hereby notlfletl nn.i ......M
t.. present any claims and demands
which you ma) have against the es-
tate !' BENJAMIN sMKi'l'l' ,l.
, ,i... ,i late of i vol.- County, Florida,
ti. th" ountv Ih.Il'.s i. Conn
and file the same In duplicate and aa
pr.iv i'i,.I in Section H I'1 I h
Htatutea, in their offices In the Coun-
t> Courthouse in Dade County, Flori-
da, ".-inn si\ calendar mon iis liom
th. '........ th" fiisi publli-ation here-
of, ur the sain,, will be barn d.
Hated at Miami. Florida, this 6th
day of .1 .moo'.- vt
GOODWIN BALKOFV
As l Ai tutor
Plrsl publication of this notice on
the 11 day of Jan.. 1866
TAMANOFF WAI.I.KU
vtt..in. j for Bxecutor
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beaeh, Florida
I ll-'.M-"v I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 66C-471
BARTi I.t -1 rol'Nii,
Plaintiff,
. 'AUi 'IA .\ V'i .1 v i,
1 '.'..ii,I.int.
NOTlCt OF PUBLICAT.ON
To: CAR" >I.VN Vi .1 Nl;
9 Slot Streel
Pawtucket, itltod. I
YOU ARK 11 IH
i 'A IK >I.Y N TlU'.Ni
for Divot
and \
, r A i
attot to >. Ml i.NTAi.. K III

i :
fore the 21 ilaj .,; Febi il
. ,vlll In n
I
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within alx ..,1-n....i nn itha from t.i,*
Lin, of tin- lirst publication hereot,
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Dated al Miami, Floiiua, tbi.- 6th
tlaj ': Jan., .< i'. nii.
Ri '.-!: Ml 'M'ATO
As Ex. .nt \
Firs) publication of thij notice on
14th day "i Januui), le6.
AKNuLD I l.PA V
Attorne) fot Executrix
: L's Minorca .Vve.,
Coral tlablcs, Florida 331S4
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA ,N PROBATE
No. 67231-B
IN RE: Bati......f
-VIA IA K. IIAUON
IVceaaed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO VAKF
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHAPOE
NOTICE is hereb) "i\,ii mat I hav<
Nl, ,i mj i'.u.ii Report and I'elll I. :i for
i iiatriiiui i. .ii and hliuil I u
Admiiiistrati \ i' T A of the eatati (
KYI A* IA K HARtlN, .n.1
: that on tlie mth da} of Febru irj.
1866, will apply to the Honorable
I County .Indue- of Dade County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said Final Report
ami for distribution ami final ills
. harge as Administratrix C T.A. of
Hi. estate of the above-named de-
cedent. This Pun day of Jam ary, l9tio.
FANNIE sriiu AltIZ
smith a MANDL-BR, attorneys.
; Samuel S. Smith, nt counsel
1"7 Lincoln Road, M.B., FIs
l/14-2-28 T'4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. SS654-A
IN RB: Estate .:
ABRAHAM M BBUA1 BF, n k
\ UR VM M Hi:I.A IKK.
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereb) given thai I have
li port an.I Petltl
I iisii li.in Ion an.i Final I 'la. ;>
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VBRAM M RI
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This 1ll
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Miami I Fli rlda
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN that
the undesslgned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictltlotia nami
,,i JtiCRBRT-WBtrriNa COMPANY
ii ."".. s \Y s'.'lh Avniie, Miami,
Flnridn, Intends tn reglstoi aald nanu
with th. Clerk of th. Circuit Court
of jiadi i' ii ii t \. Florida
ItlORDO .1 Jl RBRT
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CPTI.ER .\ BFRl INBI IN
Vti rnevs for Rli urdo .1 .Intil
v Bldg. Mian l kit
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 59959-A
IN RBi Batata ol
II UIKY BICES
D, ceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DSTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICH is herein turn that I have
Hie.I in\ I'n.I K.-i'ini nnd Petition for
Distribution and Final IMseharge as
ix, tl i\ "i tin stiite ..I Harr) Bices,
deceased: and that on t^ie Tth da) ol
February, UB6, ill t i I> W 1|'" Hon-
nralile Count) Judge* of Dade County.
PI.....In, for approval "i FI
ami f.n distribution lnd final
,-.,. as Bxecul
,,r the iliove-nanied deondent. This
loth da) of January. "
HENRIETTA SICES
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