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

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

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eJewish Flor Idiaxi
Combining THt WISH UNITY and THE JEWISH VJEtKLY
e 23 Number 5
Miami, Florida, Friday, February 4, 1966
Two Sections
.-~re ..'.
75 Congressmen Urge
Aid for Israel Defense
|/mbc3sador of South Viet Nam, Vu Van Thai, accepts
?500 check in Washington for the South Vietnamese Red
Cross from two representatives of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organ-
ization. The Ambassador is shown thanking Robert Frankle
lend Margery Brenner, both of Silver Springs, Md., and assur-
ing them that the Hong Thap Tu (Red Cress ci Viet Nam) will
Ihe highly grateful for the teen-age organization's gift."
AT STATE CONVENTION
Young GOP'ers Sing
inti Sentitic Medley
\ TON. \. .1, (JTA) Top
Jersej Republican Party offi-
mised an investigation
k into charges thai mem-
the state's Young Repub-
party sang anti-Semitic and
ongs a( a state convention
:. i at a national convention.
[lie promise was made by Wal-
I r B. Todd. Republican state
tan, and Clark Allen. Young
publican state chairman, who
I deplored the songs sung
by the members.
The charges were made by
[State Sen. Nelson F. Stamler, a
liberal independent Republican
from Union County. He said th.it
the songs indicated that the
state's Young Republican*
"have been infiltrated by a tiny
group of extreme right-wing bi-
gots."
He said the songs had been print-
ed in a seven-page song sheet
which, he asserted, had wide cir-
culation among members of a
right-wing faction in the state's
Young Republicans, whose mem-
bers call themselves "Rat Finks."
tie cited the lyrics of one anti-Se-
Continued on Page 3-A
WASHINGTON (.ITA) Sev-
enty-five members of the House
of Representatives, representing
both parties, joined this week in a
letter to Secretary of State Dean
Rusk, requesting "effective meas-
ures to strengthen Israel's de- .
tenses" to deter aggression.
The 55 Democrats and 20 Repub-
licans indicated they waited the
United States to provide arms di-
rectly to Israel, as it is doing fur
Jordan and Saudi Arabia. They
noted that, at the same time, the
Soviet l'nion was shipping arms
to Egypt. Syria and Iraq. They de-
clared that they were "not com-
placent about any of these.devel-
opments. We are aware of our
commitment to oppose aggression
in the area We are mindful that
the concentration of hostile and
well-equipped armies on all Israel's
frontiers presents a constant threat
of an attack too swift to be pre-
vented by external intervention.''
The Congressmen declared
that "in view of this continuing
dar.ier, we believe it is impera-
tive that the United States take
effective measures to strengthen
Israel's defenses in order to de-
ter those who menace its sec-
urity. In our judgment, the tact-
ics of indirection pursued in the
past are no longer adequate or
appropriate."
They added they were "gravely
concerned" about Arab military
preparations to implement anti-Is-
lael decisions at the Arab summit
conference. It was pointed out that
the arms buildup was a "direct re-
sult of the policies of President
Nasser of Egypt, who has promised
that a war with Israel is inevit-
able. Arab states acquire arms be-
cause they are encouraged by
Egyptian promises or because they
fear Egyptian expansionism. Con-
sequently. Israel is compelled to
increase its defense preparations
at great cost to its economy."
They portrayed Israel as a
friendly and progressive demo-
cracy and stated that people com-
mitted to freedom "look to us to
help Israel to defend itself and. 1
at the same time, to do all in our i
power to bring about a lasting |
peace settlement."
Earlier in the week. Secretary '
Rusk informed the House Foreign i
Affairs Committee, in testimony I
! I fore the body, that he was per
sonally preoccupied with Viet Nam
and unprepared to comment on '
recent arms decisions affecting
Continued on Page 13-A
LBJ Proposes Region
Plan for Arms Curb
Soloveitchik Outlines
Stand on Christianity
LAKEWOOD, N. J. (JTA)
guidelines for interreligious con-
sultation and for fruitful communi
between Jewish and Christ-
religious communities were
i here this week by Rabbi
B. Soloveitchik, leading
Ji a ish tli'. ologian and
- : ui Talmud at Yeshiva
in an address at the
i i nee of the Rabbini-
ncil of America
more than 500 Orthodox
rabbis attending the conference
were told by Rabbi Soloveitchik.
to oppose any "public debate,
dialogue or symposium concern-
ing the doctrinal, dogmatic or ri-
tual aspects of our faith vis-a-vis
similar aspects of another faith
in the community." On the other
hand, he advocated interfaith com-
; ii nication in matters of humanit-
arian and cultural endeavor.
"We would deem it improper,"
he stated, "to enter into dial-
ogues on such topics as: 1. Judaic
monotheism and the Christian
Continued on Page 6-A
WASHINGTON -(JTA) Presi-
dent Johnson declared this week
that there were differences among
members of the 18-nation disarma-
ment conference on Viet Nam but
that these differences made a com
mon interest in curbing arms
races all the more important.
The President did not mention
Israel and the Arab states in his
message to the conference, meet-
ing in Geneva, but said that as
"we focus on nuclear arms, let us
not forget that resources are being
devoted to non-nuclear arms races
all around the world" which could
be much better devoted to provid-
ing food, medical help and educa-
tion.
He proposed that countries ex-
plore on a regional basis "ways
to limit competition among
themselves for costly weapons"
and that initiative for such ar-
rangements should come from
the countries themselves. He
gave assurances that if such ar-
rangements could be worked out
and assurance given that they
would be observed, the United
States "stands ready to respect
them."
He emphasized United States
determination to assure that no |
non-nuclear country "acquires its
own nuclear weapons, gains con-
trol over nuclear weapons,
achieves the power itself to fire
nuclear Weapons or receives help
in manufacturing or testing" such
arms
He said "efforts should be made
to strengthen United Nations and
other international security ar-
rangements" for nations desisting
from nuclear arms develop-
ment and that, meanwhile, nations
which do not seek such arms "can
be sure they will have cur strong
support against threats of nuclear
blackmail."
Arabs Set
A Scheme
LONDON (JTA) Arao
Prime .Ministers and mill
tary commanders are ex-
pected to discuss, at a mei
ing m March in Cairo, prv
posals lor joint developmer."
oi nuclear weapons and mis-
siles to deliver them, accord-
ihg to press reports hero
this week from Beirut.
It was also reported that
Egypt was receiving "the-
oretical guidance" in nuclear
ins technology from the
Soviet l'nion and Red China
AJCom. Eves
\ andalism
NEW YORK (JTA' Th
cent nationwide upsurge of I
dents of vandalism against -
gogues and other Jewish ins- |
tions are not part of any centr-
directed campaign or the work- >f
any of the known organized Bl -
Semitic movements, according to
;. detailed report issued this I k
by the American Jewish Commit-
tee.
The report, made public h> Dr.
John Slawson. executive vice presi-
dent of the AJCommittee. ua -
that these outbreaks are expre-
sive of a "lingering violent anti
Semitism" and hence more
Continued on Page 16-A
Uabbis in Address to Jesuits
RABBI SOIGVHTCHIK
improper subjects
WOODSTOCK. Md, (JTA)
More than 2.000 seminarians and
the entire faculty of a noted Je-
suit institution attended a two-day
institute on Jewish Christian rela-
tions here this week. This is the
first such Institute to be held at
a major Jesuit seminary since the
promulgation of the Ecumenical
Council's declaration on the Jews.
The institute was co-sponsored by
the Woodstock College and the
American Jewish Committee. The
Baltimore chapter of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee and the
Baltimore Jewish Community
Council cooperated in organizing
the institute.
The Very Rev. F. F. Cardegna.
S J.. rector of Woodstock College,
extended greetings to the noted
Jewish scholars, religious and
communal leaders participating
in the interfaith conference. Fnth-
ier J. A. Fitzmyer. S. J. Professor
of New Testament and Biblical
Languages chaired the opening
session at which Rabbi Jacob B.
AgUS, of Baltimore, delivered a
paper on "A Rabbinic View of the
New Testament in the Context of
the Fiist Century '
Rabbi Agus, a member of the
Conservative branch of Judaism,
pointed out that "The Noachide
laws plus the imitation of God
in rabbinic literature and their
counter-part in the New Testa-
ment provide us with the basic
framework for the understand-
Continued on Page S-A
Louis Stern has been elected
president of the National
Jewifh Welfare Board, suc-
ceeding Mrs. Florence G.
Heiler, of Chicago, who died
two weeks ago. Stern is Im-
mediate past president of the
Council cf Jewish Federations
end Welfare Funds and has
been serving as chairman oi
JWB's Executive Committee
since 1964.


Page 2-A
fJenist fforidlii&tin
Friday, February 4,
News and Views from Around the W orld
TEL AVIV (JTA) A cabinet
crisis may develop in Israel if the
ban by the B'nai B'rith here, and
by (he ZOA House, on Reform reli-
gious services in their premises
will be brought for debate in the
Knesset, Israels Parliament, the
National Religious Tarty warned
Wednesday.
The religious party threatened
to wilhdraw from the coalition
Government which is only two
vveeks old if members of other
parties in the Cabinet are allowed
to introduce into the Knesset agen-
da a motion requesting a discus-
sion un the ban. Shulamit Aloni, an
Alignment member of the Knessrt,
indicated that she intends to re-
quest such a debate. Emma Talmi,
a Mapam deputy in the Knesset,
simultaneously stated that she will
request a Knesset debate on the
Israel rabinnate's stand on a re-
cent marriage of a Karaite to a
Jewish girl.
Religious Affairs Minister To-
rah Warhaftig, a leader of the
National Religious Party, said
that these issues should be held
inside the coalition and should ,
not be introduced in the Knesset.
The coalition presidium is ex- 1
pected to meet shortly on these
sensitive issues.
BENJAMIN R. CPSltlN
Birchite facts of fife
against anti-Semitism and all
forms of racial or religious dis-
crimination,"
-Meanwhile. B'nai B'rith lodges
in other cities in Israel, outside Tel
Aviv, demanded discussion of the
refusal by the Tel Aviv administra-
tion of the local B'nai B'rith build-
ing to permit Reform services in
the building. At the same time,
Ben-Zion Kanders. president of the
B'nai B'rith here, issued a state-
ment reiterating that the organi-
zation decided not to permit Re-
form services in its building, iln
Washington, the world headquar-
ters of B'nai B'rith said there it
has so far received no reply from
Israel to a cable inquiring for de-
tails on the issue.'
* > *
Ecumenical Statement
CHICAGO The Ecumenical1
declaration concerning the Jews, j
later promulgated by Pope Paul
VI as official Catholic Church doc-1
trine, is not a Catholic "absolu- '
tion" of the Jews but a Catholic
confession of guilt, a leading
Catholic clergyman declared here. '.
The statement was made by the !
Rev. Benedict M. Ashley, presi-
dent of Aquinas Institute, at a
symposium at Rosary College.
Dear Chicago. He discussed the
new Catholic doctrine which re-
pudiates the charge fo collective
guilt of the Jewish people for the
death of Jesus, and "deplores" an-
ti-Semitism.
Declaring that people who think
the Declaration on Relations With
Non-Christian Religious, including
a chapter on relations with the
ish religion, is misunderstood
statement that -'Catholics al>-
the Jews," Father Ashley
sai
They have missed the point
tha* this declaration is essenti-
ally a confession by Catholics
of their own guilt in the persecu-
tion of the Jews throughout ?,-
000 years. But if we Catholics
are not absolving the Jews,
v.. are seeking absolution of our
own guilt through honest confes-
sion and a resolution to work
Recalling "the facts of Jewish
j persecution." he told the sympos-
ium: "For many centuries, in coun-
tries calling themselves Catholic
I will let Protestants speak for
themselves Jews have frequent-
ly been subject to injustices as a
persecuted minority. These have
included injustices ranging from
discriminating practices that still
go on in the United States, to dis-
enfranchisement. to public brand-
ing and dishonor, to confiscatory
taxation, to violent attacks and
deportation, and finally to torture
and mass murders. In our own
time, the Nazis, some of whom
were Catholics by origin, in a
few years exterminated over 6.
000,000 Jews, a great part of the
whole Jewish people."
He derided the excuse that holds I
that "after all, the Jews deserve 1
to suffer because they put Jesus ,
Christ to death and, for some time, I
persecuted his first followers." He '
stressed that this was precisely the
excuse declared false by the Vati-
can, saying:
"The fact that. 2.000 years ago,
a small group of Jews were in-
volved, along with the Gentile oc-
cupation government, in the un-
just trial and crucifixion of Jesus
of Nazareth in no way implies any
guilt on the part of the great maj-
ority of the Jews then living who
played no part in these troubles,
and perhaps never even heard of
them, and certainly implies no
guilt on the part of the hundreds
of generations of Jews who have
lived since then or are living now."
st *
Birchite Anti-Semitism
NEW YORKJohn Birch Soci- I
B'nai B'rith at the annual meeting
of the organization held in the
Waldorf Astoria Hotel.
Benjamin R. Epstein, ADL na-
tional director, and Arnold For-
ster, general counsel, reported
that anti-Semitism is "an inher-
ent problem" of the Birch Soc-
iety which "it has made excuses
for but failed to exercise over
the whole of the Society's seven
years." The Birch Society's in-
volvements in anti-Semitism,
the report declared, are revealed
by the following:
1. Birch Society American Opin-
ion bookstores in states across the
nation stock and sell the writings
of known anti-Semitic propagan-
dists.
2. The Birch magazine. "Amer-
ican Opinion." has as a regular
correspondent Eric D. Butler, rec-
ognized for more than 25 years
"as one of Australia's leading an-
ti-Semites."
3. Birch leader Robert Welch, on
one of twelve record albums being
sold by the Society, discisses what
he calls "the whole anti-Semitic
thing" as being created by the
Communists who also "created
Hitler and dragged him and the
Nazi Party into persecution of the
Jews."' Revilo P. Oliver, associate
editor of "American Opinion," says
it is a lie that Hitler killed six
million Jews.
4. The Birch Society has been
infiltrated by anti-Semites. It has
a "blind spot" about anti-Semitic
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Friday, February 4, 1966
^Jenist Meridian
Paqe 3-A
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Ch. 2 set for Feb. 3, 7 p.m.. when they were Jeffrey Kramer, Morse S. Haithwaite Temple
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DRIVE ON ALL FRONTS PAGE 10 A
WOMEN'S DIVISION PAGE IB
The Rabbinical Association of
(, < ici Miami has issued a pro-
clamation designating Friday
night, Feb. 4. and Saturday. Feb.
5 i- Coj ibined Jewish Appeal Sab-
bath,
The proclamation, issued in the
name of the Association by its
Young GOP Sings Hate Songs
Continued from Page 1-A
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used at .. 'group sing" at the state
Young Republican conclave in
Wildwood last May and at the
Young Republican national con-
vention :n .Miami a month later.
To the tune of "Jingle Bells."
Sen Sti mler declared, the lyrics
sung ;;t the two gatherings were:
Riding through the Reich in a
Mercedes-Benz; Shooting all the
I k.kes. making lots of friends: Pat
tat-tat-tat-tat, mow the'bastards
down: Oh what fun it is to have
V.. hack in town."
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usher in the month of February as
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Miami Jewish Federation, is the
oldest and largest fund-raising
arm of the Jewish community.
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needs of over SO agencies local-
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the world," the proclamation de-
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"The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami calls upon all sy-
nagogues and temples to support
our central Jewish fund-raising
program in accordance with the
sacred Jewish tradition of Zedakah,
which demands both charity and
mutual responsibility."
The proclamation, which calls
for full cooperation with the lay
and professional leadership of Fed-
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Volume 39 Number 5
Friday, February 4, 1966
14,Shevct5726
Truman Peace
Center: A
THE NeiV v'ERiJSAlBrl SJtf UKE
mienl
Peace C
-:d in Israel in honoi o: Fon
nl Truman Bvm
rec >qnition ol a m
If '. ) the : the
--. community for o
There is lit doubl Presi-
.: Truman might have
rationalized and coi oth-
[uitable solutions' of the lew-
condition back in 1948.
He would, as a consequence,
avoided the ire of our State
rtment, which increasingly
es itself to be a thing unto it
lout regard to the Chief Execu-
or, indeed, to any Othei ele-
.: ci the U.S. Governmen:
letting source cf centra! power
r friendly either to Jews or the
ish State since its establishment.
Mr. Truman might also, if he
ed to follow the road of honest
sir!:-search, have submitted to Arab
potentate pressure and thus also pla-
d a vast special interest group,
continuing enemies of Israel,
thinking as they often do in State Department
terms terms which hence seem to be polit-
ically reasonable frequently single out the
Truman decision cf 1948 as one least dedicated
to the foreign policy of this nation.
Happily, the former President did nothing
out regard within the private limits of his own
conscience the dreadful wrong done to a peo-
ple for some 2,000 years. In his historic deci-
sion of 1S48. he brought to an end the Jew-
ish dispersion and tried to help erect on the
ashes of six-million martyrs slaughtered in the
Hiiier era a new nation dedicated to a con-
cretizcrtion cf the Jewish living experience.
The Hebrew University site of the Peace
Center will not only serve to perpetuate the
name of Harry S. Truman. It will also shed a
spotlight on the ages-long Jewish yearning for
p2cce among men in the highest tradition of
the prophets.
No finer or more profound an henor could
have been accorded a man who so radically
changed the Jewish role in history for count-
less generations yet to come.
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c&a m witmam of pact?
fort to prevent Israel from developing her desert
land masses.
The excuse given is that the U.S. wants to
prevent the escalation of nuclear arms activity
in the Middle East. Fact is that, presumably,
only Isiael seems to have an indigenous nu-
clear capability. Egypt, alone, can contest this
but with help from outside.
Until then, whatever the U.S. does or says
about Israel's defense activity is nothing more
nor less than hypocritical. While breaking the
Johnson pledge concerning the desalination
project only serves to destroy a new nation's
personal efforts in behalf of its own develop-
ment. Do we follow this kind of program for any
other emerging nations?
Pressure and Hypocrisy
The silent pressure being placed upon Is-
rael by the U.S. Government is arbitrary and
or.e-sided. President Johnson has gone on rec-
ord with specific commitments regarding joint
U.S.-Israeli desalination projects. He has. in
effect, given his word that these commitments
will be fulfilled. Last week, Washington hinted
a slowdown in the fulfillment of the commit-
ments.
Now that he seems increasingly to be re-
lying on classic State Department adv'ce so
far as Israel is concerned, what the U.S. will
accomplish for the region is disastrous beyend
words.
Fresh water is pivotal in the development
of Israel's major land mass still to be enlivened
out of the dead Negev sands. The country's
own national water carrier was last year a ma-
jor source of threat of Arab aggression, with
the Aicb leaders recognizing the need to de-
stroy the carrier even if it meant war.
Only Israel's deterrent capability kept these
leaders from launching an attack against the
carrier.
President Johnson's advisors currently seem
determined to join the Arabs in a similar
scheme. Hence, they are putting the U.S. in
a position of carrrying out the major Arab ef-
Praise for the IRS
One cares to be reminded of the Internal
Revenue; Service least, and particularly ot this
time of the year, with income taxes rolling
around.
Nevertheless, we must make mention of the
IRS in order to praise its decision not to auc-
tion off the hate material it seized to help meet
U.S. Government claims against Geoige Lin-
coin Rockwell's Nazi Party delinguent taxes.
The auction would have made the U.S. a
party to the distribution of Nazi flaqs. swastika
armbands, pictures of Adolf Hitler and general
hate literature materiel that is not only un-
American but repugnant to the bests interests
of our nation on every basis.
Conference for CJA
The Farband, Labor Zionist Order, and Pi-
oneer Women will be holding their annual
conference luncheon in behalf of the 1966 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal this Sunday morning at
the DiLido Hotel. It is heartening to see these
original pioneers of a Jewish State still dedi-
cated to the fulfillment of their dream now that
Israel has grown into her eighteenth year of
reality.
The function Sunday will show them un-
stinting in their willingness to pitch m for
the cause they hold dear and which they
championed in the very infancy of the Zion-
ist movement.
The 1966 Combined Jewish Appeal will be
the beneficiary of their contributions of time,
effort and funds in behalf of the campaign and
through CJA. the State of Israel, which annual-
ly receives the lion's share of the campaiqn
goal.
(lining the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
"-HE LS.-T hand
know what the right is
in. 1 his ii .in .in..
itional situation, n j.
say the least, a mask
one thing and do anothei w
ti el one way and publich ai
n iiinif ''uit v e belie\i
i ther, We pledge i ur al
rjance to a set of principh
and promptly violate
pledge by acting on an opp .
J
ing set of principles. Social philosophers are having increasing amounts
in say about it. Some o! their observations seem not to be excessi
kind. The famous poet, Yeats, long ago suggested that we live in a
time when the lalcon can not hear the falconer,
The philosophers are less patient with this sort of symb
They say we are net relating, that we are being dishonest, that
schizophrenic in our behavior. But schizopbrenia is a word implying
far more than the dishonesty with wdiiidi\wv"!a\e'6fii** chanted. >
liter are non-relationships characteristic ot ties among indivi
alone Non-relationships maik the affairs ol nations, as well, i,
ents, too, saj th ng and do another; feel one way and pu
they '< in anothei. pit Ige their a Hi ai
if principli iolate th by actti
an opposin j set pi ini i| Ii -
\,, .:.. i. -- : im (eel the pvison >l intei il
: i i it thi itche
the exa I waves ol iveininei I
knowi in tism. If we. to

foveri rial ns Ii wear of ii

. even, hi I ij it.
MAU6NIN6 C. tNV S ..,) IHIE! TIONS
I AM MOVED Ins ii as a consequenci ai
new ol"Jan. 19 put mt by the Gei n
bass} i i the R< >l .
- i's Si il f dmost all West German i
elj Papei n n i rke I on its i nl
the "Ti Vorksfreund" of .Ian. 14. tl
\ lew : ticulated v irit; and ei
the reason: Heal, i oi all, the i til
:. .in.-. It was a convincing picture not only
his o so for the rest of the free world vvh i
es not loses to misun lersl and I nited S
i in Southeast As
wi with which West Germans responded to tl
message, the Review continued, now quoting from "Neue Ruhr Z<
' 14- rhe n cture '.-' P......enl .!-'
his messagi te of the nation is remarkable For
natii n com ng ol a policy which, to employ th
a ms it pi ng both guns and butter at one and the
time? The land of boundless potential may well succeed in makii
social progress at the same time that it makes an immense increa.v
in its spending on arms
The issue of Viet Nam and its military and moral implii
apart, 'he lecond extract shows an almo I nat nal W Gi .
for the American capacity to escalate arms production on thi
hand while maintaining the pace ol domestic needs and full
them on the other To be more blunt ah,mi it. wouldn't in retros
the Third Reich have hit a homerun it il had been aide to pi
guns and butter in copier.:- quantity?
This is not a far-fetched deduction. To be sure, it Is an Inference
and a personal one. at that. Does it not malign the best West Gi
intentions today?
THf PIVOT Al JOHNSON BtfERlNCC
pOSSIBLY IT DOES. But the "cliche" about which the Neue Ruhr
Zeitung" ruminates seems to have too wistful and engaging, a
quality merely t<> set it aside a- of no consequence in historical rel
r spect. There is the feeling, again personal but nevertheless |
siye, that a premise has been given ol a new round, where the mistake
will not be made a third time in this centurj where, indeed, guns ai
butter will he aplenty.
This i- a typical bourgeois determination based on ancient Stai
aid- ,,i duplicity practiced by nations and governments sine almo>t
the beginning ol recorded human events. Hence, these West German
" '' (papers ar< applauding President Johnson and the seemingly -
an American capacity to produce on all fronts as a means of
praising our effort in Viet Nam. To emphasize the point, the "Trier
iscner Volksfreund" specifically recognized the Presidents pre-,
tion for the rest of the free world which "does not understand o:
chooses to misunderstand United States actions in Southeast Asia."
'- wesl Germany in this category? Of course not. according to
west Germans. But the press service of the Opposion-Social Demo
ic Party, in its own message ol congratulation on dan. H decl-
ine i resident ol the United States calls the citizens of the greatest
nation on earth to action with Impressive self-confidence. Due is n
minded of the famous ..dire-- ol Churchill as he told his people in the
-ark days ol June 1940 that they must be prepared tor blood, sweat
and tears. One section ol Johnson's message affects us European
rectly And what, according to the SDU, is it '
DISHONIST MASK Of SUfSttKING
QuNiiMUES THE GERMAN Press Review: "In it. he talks of how
mi...-, the Second World War and thereafter, the United States
helped those nations who sought freedom and helped them to pn
';' ireednm Certainly, Johnson was not thinking of demanding x
reciprocal effort now from these people."
This Is the most candid piece ol sell decent on one e*n v
line, rhere can be little if any doubt that Mr. Johnson meant
mn ti'.'' pean political organization sa.d he did not
r -inr.,7 i n ./""* '" C0Urse- an(l ".uito --Pocificallv asking for a
reciprocal effort from Europe. '
\tiJV.'7r'''l,e *5? Marslln:i Plan nd the establishment of the North
;,',.', ll,;">' <"-"'<'ion. our nation's purpose has been to re-
',;;. ;n''"! mV,f the ashes of the war as a bulwark against
turone a .? "" A Varallcl "chivement has been to make
Kta .he^i / .>Tr' *nd ""worried Europeans ever have
ciea in" K d h^ '" ?* ? *** ,s kl,ld f smugness which in-
am for h ''?,n,nUT'hT '""" Wrt^^tlng in any of America s
Thi\1 LOn,I.nen, "ke. en if also for Americas
national aZSSTxdt"'n,ll"a,ion exploit via standard attitudes of
u\To( v Sau's on'y our own country in a double bind. We
Son U EfflSL andf HbCCaU" Ur W" "^^ depndS
to her current stVn.s f ,.'fi h'"<''' u,lm,i''-ested in contributing
a.-siired "e 1|Sca0,nt1n,.tflrto' PanU,',la,'ly t""* K"P
new -papers ,, ,," \" '" "9 ". West Germany, in its
posture in Sou hens, { '"'";' "'"'"-standing of the American
Johnson's message ,- a' ., on I VlT^ 2S2 "' *"!***
communicative as any rovernmentM r^.*i -'",:"1: and non-
i^r seems to be in our time. '" lndlvtual pattern of behav-
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Friday, February 4. 1966
vJtnisti mhradHann
Tc.qe >\
Israel Bonds Eye S105 Million for 1966;
Record $91,392,800 Scored Last Year
;,;osr/.vf.9 MAY guest of HONOR PAS! 1 )-A
CANADIANS IN ACTION PAGl ISA
A record breaking total of S91.-
:^C8JU in State oj Israel Bonds
was sold dur ng 1963 in the
United State;, Canada and other
countries, it was repoited Wednes-
day by Dr. Joseph J. Schwaitz.
Mass Schwartz
Gets Degree
Lorraine Trudy Schwartz will
graduate with a degree In Huca-
lion irom the University of Mia:ni
on Monday morning during exer-
cises at Miami Beach Auditorium.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Schwartz, pioneer residents <,f
Miami, of 1800 SW 17th St.. Lor-
raine i- :i graduate ol Miami High.
She interned at Tropical Elemen-
vice president of the Israel Bond
Organi-at'on.
This represents th" largest sun-
ever sold in one year in the en
tire history of the drive, which be
gan in 1951. Dr. Schwartz said
rhe 1965 total, he pointed out
institutes an increase of 7 pei
cent over the previous year, when
siael Bond proceeds reached $85.
383.350.
Dr. Schwartz announced his re
port on the results of the 196?
drive at the heaquaitcrs of the
1966 international inaugural con-
ference for Israel Bonds, to b,
held at the Fontainebleau Hotel
rom Friday. Feb. 18, through
Sunday, Feb. 20.
More than 2,000 delegates from
Nor'h America and other parts
of the free wo.-H will attend,
!o plan extended economic de-
ve'oprro-t aid for Israel this
year. Th? event will pay trib-
ute to Mrs. Go da Mcir, a found-
er of lh moiern State of Israel,
who recently resigned as Minis-
ter for Foreign Affairs.
Samuel Roth!>erg. national cam
iaign cha'rman of the Israel Bond
LORRAINE SCHViAKTZ
-lie earned an A in
J plans to teacn in
: Miami area.
Schv artz lias fust returned
nonth \ isit to st. Louis,
visited with daughter
. tl hut 'land Th o<......
u welcomed her first
hild
T .i 21 year-old graduate will be
' ; j her pan nts at a fair.
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Reform Rabbis
Address Jesuits
Continued from Page 1-A
ing of our relation to people of
other faiths. We do not seek to
ccnveit others to our historic
faith, nor do we assume that all
religions are equally true, nor do
we Frofes- to be interested only
in exploring the objective do-
main of knowledge. We do meet
on the common ground of knowl-
edge the better to know others
and ourselves," Rabbi Agus
said.
other speakers Included Rabbi
Moniird Harris, of the College of
Jewish Studies, Chicago, who
spuke on '.l;il,Mii and Christian-
it) in tlu Middle Ages. Myths and
Realities;" Dr. Joseph Blau, of
Columbia University, who spoke
<>n "The Modern Period: Eman-
cipation and Post-Enlightenment;"
Rabbi Abraham Shusterman, of
Har Sinai Congregation, Balti-
more, who spoke on "Contempor-
ary rrends in Judaism."
Also Irving Blum, vice president
o! the Associated Jewish Charities
of Baltimore, who spoke on "Or-
gamzation of the Jewish Com-
munity;" and Leon Sachs, director
of the Baltimore Jewish Council.
who spoke on Judaism and Social
Justice."

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The conference will be preceded
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ning. Feb. 12. under the chairman
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board. Jewish leaders from the
United States and Canada will I
iraw up campaign plans for 1966;
at the Board of Governors session.
Rothberg, in discussing plans,
ror the forthcoming international,
naugural conference, announced
a world wide quota of S105.000.000
Tor the 1966 Israel Bond drive.
Of the total of S91.392.810 in i
Israel Bonds sold during 1965. Dr.
schwartz reported that S75.655.500
was sold in the United States: S5.-
460.750 In Canada: S4.162.75D in
Latin America: and S5.113.800 in
estern Europe. .More than 200.000
ndividuals subscribed to Israel
3onds last year, and hank purchas-
es amounted (0 more than $12,000,-
)0f. he said.
He also announced that during
1965. Ihe sum of $41,810,000 was
naid out by the State of Israel in
'li redemption of matured Israel
Bonds. Another S8.998.265 went to
nvestors in interest payments u:<
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Friday, February 4, i ggg
Soloveitchik Outlines
Stand on Christianity
Continued from Page 1-A
idea of trinity; 2. The Messianic
Idea in Judaism and Christian-
ity; 3. The Jewish attitude on
Jesus; 4. The concept of the
Covenant in Judaism and Christ-
ianity. There cannot be mutual
understanding concerning these
topics for Jew and Christian will
employ different categories and
move within incommensurate
"We are ready to enter into
i ialogue on such topics aa war
and peace, poverty, freedom,
man's moral values, the threat of
secularism, technology and hum-
an values, civil rights, etc.. which
revolve about religious, spiritual
I spects of our civilization. Discus-
sion within these areas will, of
course, be within the framework
of our religious outlooks and ter-
minology." He added that "in the
areas of universal concern we
welcome an exchange of ideas
and impressions, Communications
among the various communities
reatlj contribute towards mu-
understanding and will en-
and deepen our know
of those universal aspects of mar,
are relevant io all of us."
Moses i Feuerstein, president
of the Union ol orthodox Jewish
n itions oi America hailed
frames of reference and evalua-
tion.
Dr, Soloveitchik's statement as
"one of the most significant and
historical documents. For the first
time, the scope and the limits of
i possible exchange of views be-
tween the Jewish an.! Christian
religious community has been clar-
ified," he said,
Rabbi Israel Miller, president
of the Rabbinical Council urged
the religious leaders of the maj-
or faiths in the United Stater,
and the world to mobilize public
opinion in support of President
Johnson's quest for ioace in
Vietnam, "Let us mobilize all
available resources to escalate
the peace efforts, so that we may
be united behind the President's
leadership," he said. "Religious
leaders have a moral obligation
to respond to this challenge by
activating the whole weight of
their spiritually powerful relifli-
ous forces behind these endea-
vors of the President of the
United Sfat?s."
Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey receives National Com-
mander Milton A. Waldor, oi the Jewish War Veterans of the
U.S.A., who reported to the Vice President about his recent
trip to Viet Nam as head of a JWV delegation and commend-
ed the peace effoits of the Administration.
Social Club
Elects Garshag
To New Term
Elected to serve a fifth term as
president ol .Miami Friendly So-
cial Club. .Max Garshag was in-
stalled on Sunday at the Israelite
Center. Garshag was honored in
1964 with a life membership in
the club.
Other officers on me slate in-
ducted by Mrs. S. T. Swirsky in-
c lude Julius Uifkin. W i e c s.
vice president; Mrs. Eva
The Orthodox rabbis expressed
"di>may and condemnation" over
"desecration of ihe Sabbath' in
Jewish Centers and V"s. The ac-
tion was taken in one ol a series
Of resolutions The rabbis declared
thai Jewish Centers were founded
io strengthen Jewish life and ob-
servance of Jewish Law "and not
for weakening Jewish conscious-
ness and disregard of our laws and
traditions."
The delegates, in another resolu-
tion "strongly urged" the United
States Government to take "nec-
essary steps" to strengthen the
security of Israel "especially in
view of the accelerated arms race
in the Middle East."
They also appealed to the four
major powers, the United States,
Britain. France and the Soviet
Union, to concentrate joint efforts
toward ensuring peace in the Mid-
Freund, treasurer; Jacob Klasz cnsur,nB Peate '" the Mid-
Mrs. Minerva Cohen. Mrs. Ann ast by ,nducm8 Israels neigh-
Lina Rowner, sec-
Weiss. Mi-
nt a lies.
Members of the board are Isidor
lass. Mrs. Anna Cortez. Jack
Freund. Rev. Hv Israel. Mrs. Ja-
bors to acquiesce in the "universal
peace goals of mankind."
In another resolution, the rab-
bis called on Soviet authorities to
provide "free ami unqualified"
Union.
- ......" s ,,_> uiflu. 1M1S. ja- i'-s.i..,v i,*-v ami ulltlliailllCU
cob Klasz, Mrs. Minnie Peal. Abe religious freedom to the 3.000.000
Ravinsky, Ray Rosack. Mr. and Jewish inhabitants in the Soviet
Mrs. Abe Rosenberg. Louis Row-
ner, Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Silver,
Mr and Mrs. Sokolsky, Mrs. Min-
" h Steiglitz, Mrs. Sam Weiss, sun-
tlune lady, Mrs. Max Garshag, pub-
licity chairman.
At the clubs next meeting on
Sunday. 2 p.m.. at the Israelite
< enter, guest speaker will be Mi-
chael Sossin, state secretary of
Florida Council Senior Citizens.
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vJewisti norSdlUnun
Page 7-A.
'Labor Zionists Will Honor Rudnicks KSSL.
Mr and Mrs. Louis B. Rudnick
will 1m- honored tor life-long de-
votion and service to the cause of
Israel" at the Labor Zionist and
Pioneer Women's Israel "Chat"
Dinner of State on Sunday evening.
Feb. 13, at the Fontaincbleau Ho-
tel.
Mr. and Mrs Rudnick will be
the recipients of the State of Is-
rael Freedom Medallion at the din-
ner, which will coincide with the
international inaugural conference
of the Israel Bond Organization to
be held here
Rabbi Leon Kronish, chairman
of the Greater Miami Israel Bond
organization, noted Wednesday
that dignitaries from all areas
of the United States, as well as
many other countries attending
the international inaugural con-
ference of Israel Bonds, will
join in the tribute to Mr. and
Mrs. Rudnick for their service to
Israel.
W The Rudnicks have been active
in the Zionist movement for many
years, dating back to their child
hood in Russia. Rudnick, who was
born in the Ukraine, began work-
ing for Israel b> collecting kopeks
dour-to-door for the Jewish Na-
tional Fund at the age of 8.
While still a student in the Com
mcrcial Institute of the Slavuta
gvinnasium, where he studied ac-
countancy, Rudnick organised the
first Poale Zlon group in his city.
At the age of 19. when the
( i olice issued an order for
his a: rest for \\\- Zionist activi
ties Rudnick fled, landing in the
United States on September 13,
!!:{
Hi- wi nt lo Hi e in Manchester,
K II, where he worked in a -hoe
fad a dollar a day. at the
continuing his studies
in 111 school
As in Russia, he immersed
himself in the Zionist movement
and eventually became one of
. the foremost Zionist leaders in
/ 4 New England.
I 1916 he i lari ied hi-; child
hood sweetheart. Bertha Frankel.
who had come with her family to
Manchester shortly after he sel
tied II
VI thi dinner on Feb. 13, Mr.
B'nai B'rith Social Singles
B'rith Social Singles will
.: (lane, and show on Sal
unlay night at the Sans Souci
L iti:
MIT. AND MRS. RUDNICK
and Mrs. Rudnick will not only be
honored for their service to Is-
rael, but will be feted on their
50th wedding anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudnick have two
children, daughter Lillian, an at-
torney, married to Dr. Philip A.
Isaacson, of Fitchburg, Mass, and
son. Dr. Joseph il. itudnick, chief
of the department of obstetrics
and gynecology at Mercy Hospi-
tal in Miami.
In 1939, the Rudnick familj
moved from Manchester to Boston,
and in 19.10 they came to Miami as1
permanent residents.
Rudnick is immediate past
vice president of the Zionist
Organization of America and a
past member of the executive
board of the New England Zion.
ist region.
He is a member of the National
Board of Governors of the Israel
Bond organization and of the Na-
tional Executive Board of the Zi-
onist Organization of America, a;
well as a member of the executive
board of the southeastern region
of the Zionist organization.
Mr and Mrs Rudnick are ae
tive at Temple Fmanu-El, where
lie is a trtfsfee and she is a mem-
' ber of the Sisterhood. They are
both founders of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, and Rudnick is vice pres-
ident of the Greater Miami Chap-
ter of the Friends of the Hebrew
University.
Rudnick is also vice president ol
the local chapter of Technion.
while Mrs. Rudnick is :i life mem-
ber. She is also a life member of
Hadassah. He is u member of the
Board of Governors of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. Rud-
I nick is a 32nd degree Mason and
a member of the Scottish Rite.
Mrs. Rudnick is a member of the
Eastern Star.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudnick have
been frequent visitors to Israel,
their most recent trip being in
1964 to take part in a Zionist
convention.
Plans for the Labor Zionist Pi
oneer Women Israel Dinner of
State were initiated at a reception
last Tuesday evening at the Fon-
! tainebleau Hotel for the presidents
| of all branches and chapters of the
organizations and their Israel
Bond chairmen, who will serve as
coordinators for the dinner.
Spearheading the initial plans
for the dinner are Dr. Simon Wi-
lensky and Dr. Isaac Unterman.
honorary chairmen, and Manuel
Burstein. Mayshie Friedberg. Mrs.
Milton Green and Joseph Zucker-
man, co-chairmen
Installation Slated
For Sunday
Miami Beach Mayor Elliott Boo-
-wit will be installing officer at
the 1500 Men's Club sixth annual
installation Sunday at the Dcau
ville Hotel.
Buses will leave Morton Towers
at 5 p.m. Cocktails and hors d-
oeuvres will be served at 5:30. vdth
the ceremonies to start at 6:30
p.m.. at the Deauville.
Dinner and dance will feature
the Jimmy Durante show at 9 IS
p.m.
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Friday, February 4, 1966
$1,566,666
OMBINED
These are some of the peep!
GENERAL CAMPAIGN
CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN VICE CHAIRMAN
PACESETTERS
CHAIRMAN
CAMPAIGN CABINET INITIAL GIFTS
CHAIRMAN CO-CHAIRMEN
'
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Jay I. Kislak Milton Weiss
ASSOCIATE CHAIRMEN FOR INITIAL GIFTS
b..:ri.t. N. t ..1 ..:'
i ...;j Fleeman
....
Judge Irving Cypen Leo Eisenstein
REAL ESTATE
CONSTRUCTION FINANCE DIVISION
GENERAL
SERVICES
L
Emit Gould
PROFESSIONAL COMMUNAL
DIVISION SERVICES
] m
B.on de Hirsch Herbert Paige
Meyer
FOOD, HOTEL & ALLIED TRADES
Ben Giller
Chairman
Louis S. Snetman Walter S. Falk
Chairman Co-Chairman
Irving Wexler
SMALL LOANS INSURANCE DIVISION
m
A. B. Wiener
CLEANERS
LAUNDRIES
Edward Cohen
PHYSICIANS
Jerry Blank
Chairman
Joseph Cohen
Co Chairman
ATTORNEYS DIVISION
Larry Leon
Rosenberg
Co-Chairman
APPAREL GROUP
Stanley Watts
Chairman
Harold Abbott
Co-Chairmen
Life Insurance
Al Ossip
Co-Chairman
General Insurance
-
Irving Berlin
Co Chairman
Dr. Lester A Russln
Co Cha -
Samuel Silver
Chairman
HOME FURNISHINGS
L. Jules Arkin
Miami Beach
Chairman
HOUSEWARES
Harry Mizrach
Chairman
Miss Bea Feldman Bernard Yatfe
Co-Chairman Co-Chairman


Murray Friedman
Co-Chairman
fRi
A. J. Alexander
Honorary Chairman
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Maxwei; H Weisblatt
Co Cha
Hyman Lipzm
Co-Chairman
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Larry Mickenberg
Chairman
RESIDENCES AND HIGH-RISE DIVISION

Samuel Steen Sol Silver Albert Hirsch
Co-Chairman Chairman Co-Chairman
David William Forte Towers Camelot Hall
HONORARY
CHAIRMAN
WOMEN'S Br^^B
DIVISION
LEADERSHIP
F" H flip Mrs. Jack Ablin
Joseph H. Lang
Co-Chairman
Camelot Hall
Robert D. Blum Jr.
Chairman
Harbour House No
BENEFACTORS INITIAL GIFTS
CHAIRMAN CHAIRMAN
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Jose '.Vinsen
Chairman
Coral Sea Towers
I.G. LUNCHEON
CHAIRMAN
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Philip Coleman
Co-Chairman
King Cole
MIAMI
CHAIRMAN
Joseph Birnbaum A
Co Chairman
King Cole M
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Friday. February 4, 1966
fJenist Fk)iridliiriiti
Page 9-A
In 1S66
ewish Appeal
* who mcike the difference..
TRADES AND PROFESSIONS
CO-CHAIRMEN
WOMEN'S.
DIVISION CHAIRMAN
WESTVIEW
COUNTRY CLUB
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tian
UNAL SERVICES
ti
William S. Ruben Joseph E. Brooks
Co Chairman Co-Chairman
Louis I. Davis Herman Hammer Robert Russell Stanley H. Wolft
Associate Chairman Associate Chairman Co-Chairman Chairman
Herschel Rosenthal
CoChairman
FOOD GROUP HOTEL DIVISION
MOTEL DIVISION
a'tr"
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A J. Greenhut
Co-Chairman
LIQUOR GROUP
Louis Schwartzman Herman Stein
CoChairman Chairman
MNFCR'S SYNAGOGUE
REPRES. DIVISION
Joseph M. Rose
Co-Chairman
Jeny Sussman
CoChairman
Morton Stein
CoChairman
Larry Silverman
Cc-Chairman
Morris Rabinowitz
CoChairman
Leo A. Chaikin
Co-Chairman
RESIDENCES AND HIGH-RISE DIVISION

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Louis W. Adler
Chairman
Harold Thurman
CoChairman
M?x Kolker
Chairman
Surfside
Robert Krinzman
Chairman
Bay Harbor Islands
Samuel Pollock
CoChairman
Imperial House
Charles Rtskin
CoChairman
Crystal House
Sam Gerson
CoChairman
Seacoast Towers No
APT OWNERS
Max Weitz
Co-Chairman
Seaioast Towers Na
FARBAND
Morris Minov Samuel Norkeen
Co-Chairman CoChairman
Morton Towers Morton Towers
CHAI LUNCHEON
CHAIRMAN
Abe So
CoChai
Morton
CHAIRMEN
PHONO-GIFT
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Towers
Joseph Budowsky Benjamin Gold William Agranove
Co-Chairman CoChairman Chairman
Southgate Southgate Terrace Towers
FEDERATION OF YOUNG WOMEN'S
JEWISH WUMtN DIVISION
Irving Schatzman
Chairman
Joseph Zuckerman
Chairman
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fJewisti FtericMicur
Friday. February 4, 1966
CJA Drive Moves Ahead on All Fronts
Appointment of veteran (renter Vice president of Temple
liami communal leaders George Kmanu-Kl. he is presently sen
J, Talianoit and Norton Pullot to ing as a member of the Charter
head the overall Trades and Pro- Review Board ol the City of Miami
essional Division of the 1966 Corn- Reach, ite is a former state presi-
ded Jewish Appeal was an- dent of' B'nai B'rith and has served
i ounced this week by CIA General as a National Commissioner of its
hairman Jay 1 Kislak.
Selection of Taliaiu.ff, a Miami
Anti-Delamation League,
He is a former special assistant
attorney general of the State of
Florida and is a member of the
Miami Beach. Dado County and
Florida Bar Associations. He is
senior member of the law firm
of Talianoff and Waller, 420 Lin-
coln Rfl. Talianoff lives with I:is
wife. Lucille. and daughter
Marsha, at 4560 Meridian Ave.
Pallot, a member of the bojrd
of directors of Dade National
Bank, long has been active in
the leadership of United Fund
and Federation. He is vice presi-
dent of Biscayne Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association.
A graduate of the University of
iliami after World War II service
in the European Theater of Opera-
\-nV"of"one of'the nation's largest I t'ons. Pallot joined Norton Tire
ire distributors, completes the Co 1947 and uas named its
kej campaign structure for the President three yenrs later.
ffort by the Greater Miami Jew- His civic activities include posi-
ih Federation to raise SI.560.666 tions as worshipful master of Hib-
i 1066.
1966 Combined Jewish Appeal, will
speak at the annual breakfast ot
Seacoast Towers North Residents
Sunday at 10 a.m. in the Miami
Beach high rise apartment's cof-
meeting Sunday at the Algiers j^gj s|,0,,
Three Beach civic leaders. Sam-
uel Gerson. Hy Rubin and Max
Weitz. are co-chairmen for the In-
formal meeting which will benefit
the Jewish community's central
planning and fund-raisin? agene>.
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and the United Jewish Ap-
peal.
Other committee members in
elude Morns Berliner. Dr. Samuel
Begatole. .!. Julius Brown, l^o
Cowan. Harry De Jur, Martin
Fleischman, Joseph H. Friedman,
Hotel at lo a.m.
State Attorney Richard E. Ger-
stein, coordinator for the Food,
Hotel, Motel, Restaurant and Al-
lied Trades Division, announced
the appointments of Joseph M.
Rose and Jerry Sussman as co-
chairmen of the Hotel Group.
Gerstein also named Morton
Stein. David K. Porvin and Larry
Silverman as co-chairmen of the
Motel Group. Hose is owner of the
lioval Palm Hotel, and Sussman
is a top executive of the Carillon s David Friedman. Joseph Gen-
llotel. Stein is with the Colonial delman. Irving Gluck. Joseph
Inn Motel and Po
Ocean Shore Motel.
with the
DR. ARItH NtSHBt
record for every group in the divi-
sion.'' Gerstein said. "With the
Opening session of the conclave great season of last year behind
TAilANOff
I each attorney, and Pallot. presi
"Acceptance by these two
men of the responsibility of lead-
ing and coordinating the activ-
ities of more than 500 volunteer
workers in the various trades
and professions is a great asset,"
Kislak asserted.
Talianoff, who served as chair-
man of the Trades and Profes
lonal Division's successful drive
si year, served as chairman ol
the professional division of the
' nited Fund campaign in Miami
'each recently He is a member
I the board and executive com
ISCUS Masonic Lodge, cubmaster
of Cub Scout Pack No. 364 and
numerous assignment- in the CJA,
He is married to Gloria Mantell
Pallot, and the couple have three
children, Steven 12. Laurie 11 and
lohn 4
Labor Zionist Confab
Dr Ariel] Nesher. an official ol
the Jewish Agency and lecturer
it Tel Aviv University, will be
nincipal speaker at the annual
reater Miami Conference of the
Labor Zionist Movement for the
I nited Jewish Appeal and Com-
sponsored by the Fnrr.nnd, Poab
Zion and the entire LZOA is sched-
uled for 10 a.m.. with a luncheon
at 12:30 p.m., highlighting the
day's activities, according to con-
: ference chairman Joseph P. Zuck-
1 erman.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. chairman
of the campaign cabinet for the
CJA. and Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Greater Miami chairman for State
of Israel Bonds, will participate
in the program, along with Judge
Irving Cypen, representing the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Zev Baumgold, a national re-
presentative of the UJA, also
will participate. Jacob Katz will
give a cultural talk at the open-
ing session. Entertainment will
include performances by Michl
Gibson, Cantor Mordecai Yarde
ini, Sam Neshkin nad the noted
poetess, P e s s i e Pomerantz-
Honigbaum.
Dr. Nesher, a noted Israel man
agement consultant, is a leading
Could.
Also llarrv Herman. AI Isaac-
Ih.sbegmning promises a new sQn rh(,storKoix,,man. Harold A
Levey. Charles S. Meiwitzer. Mur-
ray Nadell. Samuel II. Popkin,
Sampel Resnick. C'asdsn Roberts.
inittee of the American Cancer lined Jewish Appeal on Sunday at spiriI '" MaPal's important edu-
Society of Dade Countv.
the DiLido Hott
Discussing record start of the key Hotel and Motel Groups
of the 1966 Combined Jewish Appeal are (left to right) Algiers
Hotel co-owner David Levinson, Carillon Hotel executive Jerry
S^r?l!!aTl^!fT,eYo-i.C-ha^ gerstein andRoyal Palm tost" year by^OOo" The'SlI
group is one of five major units
in the Mercantile Division, which
itself has a goal of SI 10,00.
cational program for new immi-
grants. He was one of the acknowl-
edged leaders of the Displaced
Persons (DP's) following World
War II when he served as secret-
ary of the Central Committee of
Liberated Jews in the U.S. Zone
of occupied Germany.
He served as an infantry lieu-
tenant in Israel's War of Independ-
ence in 1948-49, and remained as
an Army officer until 1950, when
he joined the Israel Ministry of
Labor as assistant in economic
affairs. He is a native of Rumania
Apparel Industry
The 1966 goal of the Apparel In
dustry, a key group in the Mer-
cantile Division of the Combined
Jewish Appeal, has been set at
$30,000. according to Harry Miz-
rach, of King Kole, Inc., apparel
group chairman.
The figure represents a 50 per
cent increase over the 1965 goal
of S20.000. which was exceeded
Hotel owner Joseph M. Rose. The CJA divisions have sched-
uled a report meeting Sunday at the Algiers Hotel at 10 a.m.
Snetman Heads Up Finances
Hotels Motels
Off to a highly successful start
with contributions to date 36 per
cent ahead of last year, the Hotel'
Louis F. Snetman. president of southwest. He has been a member
the Apex Loan Corporation: has of the Board of Directors of the
l-een named chairman of the Fi-' Florida Consumers Finance As-
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! the Greater Miami Jewish Fed- board in 1960 and 1961 and presi- PPa' W1" ho,d a report
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Snetman
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I aged as an executive in the con- bership in the Dade. Florida and
i mer finance business in the I American Bar Associations
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fJtn-isti fhrkHan
Page 11A
At a meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist District Luncheon
Club, where final plans were discussed for the Feb. 9 lunch-
eon dedicated to 1966 Israel Bond inaugural cenferenca at
which veteran Zionist leader, Mortimer May, will be honored.
Above, the book. "Mortimer May, Foot Solaier in Zion," is pre-
sented by May to Sen. Claude Pepper, while Ben Giller, presi-
i .; oi the Miami Beach Zionist District looks en. Looking on
Mortimer May to be Guest of Honor
At Zionist Organization Luncheon Here
imor May, ol Nashville,
ruin., vice president of the Union
American Hebrew Congrega
-. will hi- guest ol honor at ;i
m meeting ol the Miami
. ch District of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America at 12:15
Wednesday, at tin- Ritz Plaza
luncheon is being held to
ivclcome ZOA delegates from the
nited Stales and Canada to
v imi in advance of the 1066 in-
ttional inaugural conference
Israel Bonds. The ZOA is par-
tii'ipating in the conference, which
be held Feb. 18 to 20 at the
ntainobleau Hotel to help launch
nn .i worldwide seale a campaign
for the sale of S105.ooo.ooo In
Dr Arieh L. Plotkin, noted
lecturer, expert on Middle East-
em affairs, and former intelli-
qonce officer in the Israel De-
fens* Forces, will be a principal
susaker. Entertainment will be
provided by Emil Cohen, one of
America's outstanding comedy
attractions.
May, who will discuss the latest
xilitical and economic develop-
nents in Israel, has been active in
American and Jewish affairs for
i ver four decades. He is being hon-
b) the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion at the luncheon 'for his dedi-
' in l" hall <>t Is: ae
eci non i I v i I ipmenl
\ national preside nt ol the
Zionist Organization ol America,
Ma} is .. i ;ii lit pa si member of
thi \ Committee of the
World Zionist i tion, and a
i ast i o! the Council
ol Jewish Federations an,I Welfare
Funds. He is presently on the
boards ..: the American Jewish
Congress, the Weizmann Institute
and the Jewish National Fund.
Dr. Plot kin is a recognized au-
thority on international relations,
international law and comparative
government. He has appeared on
Voice ot America broadcasts and
has lectured al numerous univer-
sities.
Cantor Saul Ilrecch. president
of the ZOA Luncheon Club, is serv-
ing as chairman of the tribute to
Max. Jacob c. Fish'i'.i- is honorary
chairman. Andre B.....;...., ..- pro-
gl .iin chairman.
Serving on tha committee are
Julius .1 llo-i ;: ti Dr. \l" i
ham Wolfson. Herman Weintia'jh.
Abe Rubin, Josei h \\\ .. Hei
Wilson, Faye I\iplcr, Siilncj Ray-
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Global UN Study Approved
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) -
The United Nations Subcom mis-
sion on the Prevention of Dis-
crimination and Protection of .Mi-
norities authorized this week the
conduct of ; global study ol racial
discriminations in the political.
economic, social and cultural
sphere-
rhe act ion was taken a.ter long
debate, in which Jewish spokes-
men urged that such a study be
"given high priority." one of the
Jewish representatives sharply
criticized the Soviet Cnion for
anti Semitic propaganda with-
out specifically naming the USSR.
The 14-man body, a subsidiary
cf the Hurran Rights Commis-
s:on, discoss"H for a week the
proposal that such a study be
authorized. Dr. Maurice L. Perli-
weig, representative of the World
Jewish Con^res, opposed drop-
rvnn of the item from the agen-
da, as ;ugqe'*erf bv some of the
experts on the subcommission.
Co derided contentions 'hat the
i urbing ol hate i ropagand i t'i..t
void I l<.,'! to violi o id im-
p n.. on i>." princ pic of fre lorn
I spi ech i i .n jsted that i i: i
i | li nol give hate pod-
- the ii Jit to incite to "racial
ir religion.- hatred."
I ir \\ illiam Korey, representa-
<* of the Coordinating Board of
Jewish Organizations, voiced the
Irictures against the Soviet
I nion, avoiding mentioning the
country by name, and warned
that anii Semitic incitements
around the world are '"a maior
form of racism.' The World Jew-
ish Congress and the COJO. com-
'Officially directed or officially-
countenanced propaganda directed
against Judaism, in its crudeness
and vulgarity, cannot but stimulate
hostility to Jews.'" Dr Korev ar-
gued "Thus, when rabbis and lay
Hallandale Center Meeting
A general meeting of the Hal-
' a n d a I e Jewish Center was
held on Thursday evenina in Room
202 of the Center at 810 E. Beach
Blvd.
leaders ol the synagogue an
trayed consistently as extortionists
who extract money from the faith-
ful to leather their own nests: when
Jewish religious services and such
ancient, traditional rites as cir-
cumcision, the kosher slaughter cattle, synagogue marriages, reli-
gious burial services an I ihe bak-
ing of matzoh are chaiacterized
in ahusive and loul language
then a negath e stereotyped
nl i' ws will inv itablj result or ; n
ingrained anti-Semitism will be
ninforced."
In regard to anti-Semitic ir
citcmonts in other countries, Dr
Korey told the subcommissio-
that international neo Naz
groups publish more than SO pe
riodic.ls, and i;sue bulletins ir
a l.a.f-dozen languages.
He i amc i among such orga
zations the European Social Mo'
ment, the European New i i
the Movement lor Social Actio
Young E irope. the Northern Rii
and the World Cnion ol N
Social -
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Friday. February 4. 1966
/vc lia ions *J!5<
ervices
J Itis lAJeeUend
u
AGL'DATH ACHIM. Lemrardy Hvtel, -
6305 Collins Ave. Orthodox.
Frldaj .". p.m. Saturda> : a.m. Mim-ha |
, in.
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA. 1
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave Oorthodox. I
Cantor Morris Barr.
---- -
AGuDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave. |
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
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ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave. %
Conservative. Emanuel Kushelwit*.
president.
Friday 5:10 p.m. Satunjaj : a.m. and ,..
p in.
CA*DlEL!GHT!i\'G TIME
14 Shevat 5:47 p.m.
You Murm ,i in? Sati
Mill, 'i i "
daj s i"'
i Nam.
_____; -.11: "Th
mawi v.ti .'i f
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITV
SVNAGOGUF, 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Samuel Vigoda.
I-. .....i Tn B'Stu <;it and
.,:. f ft>nss. s, rin.hi: "The 1 '-
I i:, i is Bodies in il"
.. Xatl na' Polfci In So'iln
si ir lay 8:30 a.m. Ser-
Si. i Nature va. th<
II'-.-.'
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif.
H, na Parents." Children iih birth-
In Jammis and -' ^ will
lie hleased.
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E
4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
[,-riday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: What
M..... the t, in Jew. Hfhret* l-
, ,i. en Shal bal I li '- bs
Mr and Mrs H< nr.\ \ hei Saturdas
: a.m.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell ier
ger. Cantor Ben Dickson.
l.Yiiliix 8:15 p.m. .-vi mon: an
Charm." Saturday M5 a.m
The Portion "f the ws
-
TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd. Con
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxma"
V,,,.,,, H Tl......' Ml*
Tnwe Who .- n>por( u." retards '
,i in
riFFRETH ISRAEL. 6S00 N. Mian I
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
W-rnick
i. ,-i i ,-, v '." i' "i Sermon: w
,., and M^. H
. ..,. ||| hosl the One* HI
honor ..r theli recent
rd n : ii.iii. Bermon l -
u,,ii i.r Hi'- Week."
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
-
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 Washington Ave.
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative R**'- "-1 Landau. Cantor
William W. Lioson.
I. |a ..... h-ary Sabbath ,
Permon: Bi hold the Fire." Sato i
. ., m .- mon "The Torah Lea*
Bar Mltavah: I >a\ Id. si of Mr. and
Mrs Hi sell B< rman Mincha > p.m.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
oox. Rabbi Solomon Schift.
Frld P in ''.....I V ;''" '
- th. Si rmon "Con mux
Ish R*S|I S" '
Sern i sabba li <><
p.m
BETH ISR'VFL. m\ J"'h St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
Ft ... i n.ii lav a.m
:. Wllll ~ 1

BETH JACOB 101 W*hino"'i Av-
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Fr ila u 111 "
.-. rmni \ So n With nil an Und.
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12>h Ave.
Modern Traditional. Bahhl Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari.
Ft ilai |i li n Xl
I by Mi. and Mrs Abraham
i.. \' ..n: Si I 111-'II
' -

BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13*30 W. Dixie Hv. li /alive
Rabbi P ': Cantor
. -ionr H.nkes.
! '.-''
c-l, Bar Mltavah i.
Mr. an.I Mrs. Leroj I .y. -Ni n n
JO p.m.
9'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St. |
Con-ervativ. Rabbi Harold Richter |
Cantor Jack Lerner. |
i.-.i |a, ..,:, ,, m .'." Musli Sab-
bath S< rmon: i "s In s na
Saturday a.m B Mltavah Bar-
i of Mr. and Mr-. 'li bi I An m :
Mim ha 5:80 p.m.
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CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MI-
AMI. 1242 Washington Ave. Ortho- '
dox. Rabbi Dov Rnzenrweig.
-
"LAGL^R GRANADA. 50 NW 51s1 SEPH A RDIC J E W SH CENTER. 646
PI. Conservative- Rai.b: David Ros- Collins Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nah-
enteld. Cantor George Goldberg. mias.
Fi ldn> x- :" ni*ak*r. i ,.,.. ; ....,. ,. i m -_
l. itsUy, r-dl r.lav S IU m. rmon: -A Tl in
no ,i. Ti ''> ; t|V1 Coum Iniaii .1
i r-'llil lial hi 'I bj Ml \| ;, ;, ,. |]| he : ll' 11 KU< I
LUBAVITCHER M.NYAN. 8C0 Wash
ington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abra
ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field.
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MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
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OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
.. i. Sfi in.m : "A Foi ceo
lorn." Minoha 5:43 P.m.
: .. iman In hon-:
EE'H PAPhAEL. 1546 Jefferaor
Ave C'-nervat:ve. Ci-.tor Saul H
Breed.
- in
:'
in
-
BETH TFILAH. 35 Euclid Ave. 0--
tHodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.

BETH TORAH. -C4th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
.I ili p.i Bi
.
:. i ilav S:4.*j .i hi
in* Urge .M
hi.I Mi-* AViraham
h "
p in.
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL '80-
S. Andrews A;. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome
Klemcnt.
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FT. LAUDERDALE JEWISH CEN-
TER. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Conservative, Charlea Dickson. pres-
iuent. Dr. Jack L. Morris, cantor.
e
HALLANDALE JEW.SH CENTER.
J'O F Beach Blvd. Rev. Paul
Deutsch.
..<.- ill. B ] liV
. \ ran H r lui |
m-l'a blrl'idi
e
MEBREW ACADEMY. 24T-0 Pn-tree
Dr, Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
- i a.i
in.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Con>-rv.-itive. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
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HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER 8th
St., Homestead. Conservative.
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
L Drazin. Cantor Lens Cohen.
. 5:30 and .m. iei mon:
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan.
, iinri v i' "i T R-SI
v.ii sermon: Man Tr"<
In ho.......t MA Sabbath Sal I'nla:
Sermon: "A I'nlied
Mlnchu 5:30 i' ni.
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con
servative. 1025 NE '83rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Stone.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
r i. |5 : m .- r nn: "Thi I i
. nler In li
8:45 .i in. Min. Iia "> :'." p.m.

TFMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform Rabb'
Herbert Caumgard. Cantor Michael
Kvrr.
|i in. Itov SouUI .-.
I vv to I.OV* lb. I
Y..-.I Kate." Children cbseminB F*b-
thdays and *1 tidenl n tin
--.- ,,f Mrs. Calli l...s-
.\ ul par.!, ilai. in m i*\ ici -
Hebrew Lesson
- cnp'-Dsj z".z il"t nn
t :
vn TiaVrm nrtfnn -a-a
: t
iD-
T
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Retorm.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
FVtda\ v:;, i. in. Sermon: ''The Feal
.f I...li.,.!..rs." Saturday l'. ... IJai
Mltsvah: Howard, son >>i i r
M: B. i lustave FlStl I
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW !
120th St. Reconstructions. Rabbi
Morris Skop.
Friil.i\ 8:15 p.m. Sei n on W
Jewish Peopli Sins Soncs ,-f \ I
s:u m da: 10:30 a.m. Semv ii
i Birthday*." Mr* Morris N. a*-
ark \\ ill host the Klddush.
----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly,
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er-
nest Sterner.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
I .
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION BESHALAH
The waters of the ReJ Sea divide to make a path for the
Israelites.
And the children of Israel went into the midst of the sea
upon the drv ground; and the waters were a wall unto them
on their right hand, and on their left" (Exod. 14:22).
BESHALAH Fearful of the hostile tribes the Israelites
might encounter on the direct route to Canaan through the land
of The Philistines. Cod sent tr* newly-freed slaves by way of the
desert near the Rod Sea. As they Journeyed, thy were guided by
a pillar of cloud by day and a pillar of fire by night.
The Israelites had left Egypt presumably to worship their God
in-the desert Whn Pharaoh learned that the children ol lrael
would not return to Egypt, he pursued them to the banks of the
Red Sea al the head of an army ol chosen troops But a miracle oc-
curred- the children of Israel were able to pass between the waves
of the Red Sea that divided before them and stood upright like
columns The Egyptian hosts, plunging Into the Red Sea after
them, were all drowned. At this sight, the children ol Israel sang
a song of praise to Cod.
On their journey through the desert, the children of Israel
were sustained by manna from heaven; water issued from a rock
for ih'-m at the bidding of Cod The Amalekites did battle v Ith the
Israelites, but were defeated by Joshua, the son of Nun. and his
men.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is e
frscfed and based upon "The Graphic Hisfory of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Woliman-Tsamir, SI5 Publisher is
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 Wi'liam St., New
Yoik 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volums
is Joseph Schlang.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Let Us Sing the Lord's
High Praise Forever

r
By RABBI PHINEAS WEBERMAN
Ohev Shalom Congrejation
In this week's portion, we read
the "Shiran," the son" thai Moses
Ave.""Liberal'.' RabbT^'eon"Kronish". and Israel sang alter crossing the
/id; "vsia OTfln^ n":;sn dji ^x-rr-px-i ini-3 nip
D-p-irn ^-a^sn .?*3~ivn .DVii?3
en m ,Di7m ia c^kx ?# rvrioonn x-n ns-ix
t : t : : t v t ; : t ;
.iD- nptfp' mian 3^3 ^an tu /id*
t -: Ti i n- t
,n$ 50 -is1? ix?; id't?? .p*na?n
rs wpoft ninEp:n n*vp, rvV??nid;3idhbDT^pn
.a-aK-'pn TOT
Cantor David Conviser.
Friday vl* p m. tSuea! apei k* r, I r
Aii h I.. Plotkln, i..!.ir, r. .\... i
Middle Kasti ni Affal n, and
offlo r in Ui. 1- 1'. 1.11-, 1
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TEMPLE B-NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon "Thi IU
w -.'i,-rh '
host the iiM.-ir Shabbat, Saturday 9 :
a.m. Junior i 'onjgi esratlon.
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TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Z.
Glixman.
vrn3 ,Tnryrn nan1??? jon
-nn Q"3-ii;n D-3Dinn 3T
t : t t -
rris-m1,,; .tTyiB^1)TV
n TOT nx is^a .D^iun
-: t T v t t
ni"3 ,n?a n3 ixsai fnai
i
pT-sa onqio .pi ^vC?
nx ^nan -rjin ^x ix^an
na*?^ .an1?^ nVp&n nvaxn
: v t V I t: ?
to ry$ ,S8 irag tj^ot
^li?an-n-3 pp^ pa?^
x^aan nar .ni Voa tit
T T V T t I V V
D"nn .Vnan ^x ni^aa yti\ .nvftxn ^apa is; r\-\i nna
Red Sea.
It is interest-
in-! to note that
the Scripture in-
troduces us to
this song with
the words. --Oz
Voshir." in the
future tens",
meaning* "Moses
and Israel will
sing."
The miraele of
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving the Red Sea re-
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler vealerl thp faet
Friday 8:80 p.m. Baturdas < a.m. Ser- vcalla ,ne ,acl
mon: "Weekly Portion < the nn.I. that there exists
liar -Mitzvah: Mallhi-w. m.ii ol Mr* a Creator hn
Yv.li,- Bell; David, aon ol Mr ana ^-ref10' no
Mrs. i:..iij.imiii Zelnlker. Mincha 5:S0 not only design-
" "' The miracle of the Red Sea re-
T .;. -.:>, I in Ci
the G
A woci '
C features ap-

DF MAX IIPSCHITZ
of Heth Torjli
M. im
I .
i .
Rabbi Webberman
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joteph R. Narot.
Friday 8.13 p.m. serumn: "Doe* God who also exercises constant con
vealed the fact that there exists a
ed and created the universe, but
,'
*ft nI? wan n^aiii o-ar ,D-p-)B
-i^x jofya is; ^aa th
ny iVs ,-n-)Tan nx ix4?a
through the port.
In the days of the Mishnah and
Jaffa is one of the oldest cities Taimu0\ Jewish scholars lived in
in Israi I O0#tyr the world. \ the cit of Jaffa The Arabs tne
Lon i- Ifio history of Jaffa, the CrusadcrSi the Turks and ,he Eng.
port cttputoJhe, heart of the an- ]]sh came and ,oft theV| t0()
Cle"' E5fs, through the gates of Jaffa.
The P6ffi|UWS offered prayers From Jaffa flftv years ag0>
to Dagon il>|Mra. Merchants from sixt familjcs went out ^ found.
Zidon brought their light vessels ed tnc cjty of Tci Aviv
irrrfr'v, rr-ns r"i3 rxsina)
Jl I : "*
Jaffa
icu
Create Bvll as Well aa Good?"
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per.
Friday 8 p.m. Relixloua School atu-
,1,-nls .laokli- Kr.lilmz and .\fark Ro-
senkraniz will participate In the m r-
vice. Tempi,- xoutb Uroup will pre-
aem a playlet, "Pbr a New Suit of
Clothes, in honor of tiol over the forces which he
created.
With this knowledge, they ac-
quired faith "in Ixird and in Moses
pel sun's every deed, word
thought never goes lost but is re-
corded for eternity.
Skeptics laughed at these stati
incuts until electronic equipment
such as radio, tape recorders and
television became know.n
Yes, in this modern era. thi
truth of the Torah becomes more
und more obvious; and as time goes
on, and science reveals to us more
of the secrets of nature, we will
become ever more convinced
of the verification of the laws of
the Torah.
"Oz Yoshir' is in the future
r>>y | gain more knowledge about the I the world: "Zeh kaity,,T'ThU Is My
into the harbor. King Solomon
brought Cedar trees from Le-
banon, for the building of the Holy
his servant. With this faith, they ,cnse wha, ; andent Umes nas
accepted the Torah. and it U with nccessarilv been accepted by faith
this very same powerful faith that alone becomos tcns of cen.
.temple mSSJUST mim U .1 to, ** Tmk ^ ^ ---late, a song which the Chil-
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram- drcn of Israel together With their
owitz. cantor Nico Feidman. But as time progresses, and we leaders can iovfullv sine out to
Friday 8:11 n.m. .leu ish Arbor Dr" '
aermon: "A Tree Growa In Jerui
lem." Baa Mltavah: Sandra, daugh-
ter thai. Saturday : a.m. Sermon: "Por-
tion ..f Law." Bar Mltsvah Neal, un
of Mr. .iml Mi-, .iiiiin.. sian
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Traai looked upon with SCOlll and (leri-
tcrnEw.ard k^T"' Labovi,z- Car" sion by non-believcs. Enlightened
Kmia\ si;, p.m. Sermon: "Whal a modern medicine has proven them
Rabbi Seeks from hla Cnnreaation,-' wrong and has clearly brought out On Wednesday, at 8 p.m., Ter
TEMPLE OR OLom. Conservative. ,ni* advantages of these and other Pk Sinai ol North Dade u ill spOft-
complexities of the universe in ixirti."
which we live, the truths of the
Torah become vividly clear to us.
Observances such as family purity Entprf flith MfP +
and circumcision were at one time '' Ulllll IflWVI
In North Dade
Tempi", through the injrt. Jonah,
the prophet,-A-d, by way of Jaffa, world fi|lerJ ,he abandoned city
During the War of Liberation,
most of the Arab inhabitants fled
from the city, and many immi-
grants, from all countries of the
from God. ftj
Persians, .Greeks and Romans
brought soldiers through Jaffa
port, and fillgdjiie whole East
to India and Kush (Africa) and
took out wine, oil and wheat
and found a home in it.
Again ships are reaching the
port, and life has returned to Jaffa.
Published by the
Brith Ivrith Olamirh
St.. Miami. Rabbi
8755 SW 16th
Samuel April,
Friday 7:S0 p.m Family nei i ii .
Sinn.m: "Bui Onl) We <';ui Sin* of
"reea." Saturday S:4S a.m Sermon:
The Qlory i,f Sona and Sona of
Ulory "
"i :ui interfaith program ai SI
Lawrence Catholic Church, NE
22nd Ave. and 191st St.
The property adjoining the
church has been acquired by the
observances.
The advent of the microscope
and nuclear research have shown
us the absolute truth of the state-
ment of the Cabbalists who, thou
temple sinai o~f north Miami sands of years ago, declared that Temple for its future sanctuary,
R^orr^RabL? KTOI1116, aCtUal "?* of aU mate- social hall and school. ,
cantor Chet Gale. rial creation is a spiritual power. Following a tour of the church
!;.r"h.YiVu 'w':.,'";;:"!'n tSSSS at, fM Ta'mJJd says that the vo,cc fcUi. Rabbi Daniel M- Uwj
NETAhasS l theuI'or') l Sinai was heard and Fr. Fleming, of St. Lawrence.
enc< Between Uavlni Children a,i i throughout the world and that a will discuss interfaith issues


Ifriday. February 4, 1966
vJenisti Fhrkttar)
Page 13-A
\\o$ Israel Minister to be Guest of Honor
} HisJadriit Mid-Winter Conference
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Rvron, Israel's Mil tei
p0 enitiary to the United
and second-rankini mem-
tho Israeli delegation to
ation, will be guest of honor
brunch Feb. 14 launching the
nal mid winter conference <>t
American Histadrut Founda-
al the Fontainebleau Hotel.
nouncement of Evron's vl
re was made jointly by Wil
ll Sylk, of Philadelphia, na
; ap o, the l-'o.iiulation
11 icon Krontsn, or Mr-
B ach, co-chairman of the
iltee tor t!.< all aa
on, who was educa>d in
.'.i and a', the Hebrew Uni-
oi Jerusalem, has h^ld
y dip'omatic posts with the
o: Isi .*o 1 since its inc"e-
tce was prociaiirod ii
': served five years w\!i
i t Miiitai y Forces du-
... Id War II.
?art Carr.pcign
-. is in MiGmi
R ibert King High, I
led the Tor el-, ol
illy launching the 19 6
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on ntiti Heart Fund
i' will reach a highpoint dur-
Sunday Weekend be in
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Board in the United States, ti\ oi
served 'tli dist!nction as Israel's
.Minister Plenipotentiary to Great
Britain before assuming his ke)
po;t in Washington, I)<' ,
He was wounded in action du-
ring Israel's War of Independence
while serving with the Intelligence
Corps (>! the Israeli defense forces
;n Jerusalem Following the arm-
tiee, he joined the foreign of.
fin- as secretary 18 Foreign Min-
ister Moshe Sharett
1" om 1951 untH 19S3, he was
ecietarj lo Pr me Minister David
i n, and then v:.- named
i : Embassy in
A'a I '. In !!\>4 he was re-
. >nci
ant nisi r ol Di I
Th> Miami Beach corrlave will
ho! i i co I unction with the
. ..!. co Ference o' -he Israel
His! it it o in '!ie Com-
medoro Hotel on Feb. 13 in
New Yor1; (i'y where Ambassa-
dor Avraham Mar man and Mayor
John Lindsay wi'l be principal
ers.
I he ami Bi ach conference will
ill' I l! .'. .1
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iti ... ..-ill Wilkes
re Pa to Mr S h
LYI :nd to U .md Mrs
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ol tb i I rael 11 i tadrul
. omi i Gn Miami.
Bernard M. B eld, o :
I, rn h -c. is a national co
chairman of the Florida confer-
ence, : long \\ i'!i lo i hosl i
iha .. ; Mrs Anna Brenner
Mej ers ai I lac ( S Popick.
Bifkin, chaii man I-.'- Hi< '
drut-sponsored Greater Miami
Committee for Medical Services in
Lsra i. i- a founder ol Hebrew
I niversity and Technion and a
top lender in the Israel Bond pro
gram. He Rnd Mrs Rifkin also
play major roles in the Combined
Jewish Appeal and numerous oth-
er philanthropic effort.;. A recep-
tion the evening of Feb. 14 will
celebrate Rifkin's 7.3th birthday.
Mrs Schaver, a lifelong Labor
Zionist, together with her late has
ham:. Morris 1. Schaver. ea'ned
, international recognition for sup-
port of Israel through I MA. Israel
Bonds, the Hebrew I niversity and
Histadrut.
She is one of th-; 37 founders
of the new Institute for Interna-
tional Peace in honor of former
President Harry S. Truman and
endowed a comprehensive traae
school of Histadrut in Bet She-
mesh, in the hills outside Jeru-
salem, in memory of her hus-
band.
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host committee are Mr. and Mrs.
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Ner Ta.T.id W!s3 Get New Torch
A c remony which includes a
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written for the occasion, will be
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Congressmen Ask
Assist to Israel
Continued from Page 1-A
the Middle Fast but that a Depart-
ment spokesman would soon ap-
pear before the Committee- Near
Eastern Subcommittee to explain
developments.
Mr. Rusk had been asked by
Rep. Leonard Farbstein, New
York Democrat and Foreign Af-
fairs Committee member, to pro-
vie1? information on the ship-
ment of arms to Jordan and
Saudi Arabia at a time when the
Soviet Union is supplying bar-
gain-rate weapons to Egypt, Sy-
ria, and Iraq.
Later this week. Assistant Sec-
retary of State Raymond A. Hare,
appeared before a closed session
ol a House Foreign Affairs sub-
committee to answer questions
about United States policy in the
Middle East, including the issu s
0i resumption ol United States aid
to Egypt
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Friday. February 4, 1966
UN Listening Post:
By SAUl CARSON
%
Eban Back on International Scene Through UN
United Nations
THINGS ARE going to brighten
considerably al the United Na-
tions. Abba Kban is coming back.
He is now Foreign Minister of Is
rael. and there Is little doubt that
ie will be here as well as in Lon-
ion. Washington, Paris and who
knows where else perhaps as of
_ ten as he will bo in his new office
in Jerusalem's Foreign Ministry. For Eban is a fast
traveler, a doer as well as a thinker, a negotiator par
excellence who can charm the ears off any diplomat
in the world 111 a halt-dozen tongues, including not
onlv English. Hebrew and Yiddish, but also Spjyiish.
and French. Persian and Arabic, in all ol which he
is as fluent and liquid and multisyllabic as those of us
her- who have heard him for many years know him
\- I"
lie is one of the most coloiful personalities ever
to have fought the many battles here, in the halls
Bnd corridors and smaller conference rooms ol I N
head [uarters. What's remarkable is this: He happens
al.su to be possessed .>i extraordinary talents an
accomplishment not always credited to brilliantly-
colorful men. He has been compared here m the past
to some of the most eloquent and most forceful de-
baters ol the UN era men like Canada's Prime
Minister Lester B. Pearson, India's late Prime Min-
ister Jawaharlai Nehru. South Africa's late (Jen. Jan
Smuts and the USSR's late Andrei Vishmskv.
k All. all ol these Including Pearson, who is too
busv running his government to come here except
on rare occasions are gone. Until his elevation
to the post of Foreign Minister. Eban. too. was onlv
an occasional visitor. Now it is likely that we shall
see much more of him again, and hear once more his
unmatched oratory.
How does Eban differ from Golda Meir. whom
he has just succeeded in the Foreign Ministry post?
That question has been asked often. Substantively.
in regard to their general abilities as diplomats as
well, ol course, their understanding of Israel's poli-
As rVe Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
Smear Campaign
A MINNESOTA jury award of $10,000
to a distinguished American. Dr.
Arnold M. Pose, who had the courage to
strike back at those who said lie had col-
laborated with Communists." may bring
in a new era of panic lor those who play
with the smear brush
Co-author with Gunnar Myrdal and
Richard Stern of the monumental study
American Negroes, "An American l)i
nima. Prof. Hose is one ol the world's outstanding social
ientisls. When he went into the Minnesota Legislature,
notice that he didn't intend to employ all ol his
me behind the ivy, writing book and articles that have
irned him a reputation as a reliable authority on race re-
tions. Rose is a fighter; .md when Minnesota neighbors
rev mud at him. he seized the challenge.
Perhaps not since a Superior Court jury in the State
Washington awarded John and Sally Coldmark $40,000
their suit against those who had linked them with Com-
unism during a political campaign has such a telling vic-
ry been won against the tar-bucket brigade.
Dr. It os brought his action against Gerda Koch,
imphleteer and lecturer, and Christian Research, fnc
;iss Koch, on the stand, acknowledged that she had edited
pamphlet in 1963 that stated in her handwriting: "Do
innesotans want a teacher at its university and a law-
maker at its capital who collaborates with a 'Communist'
nd with Communist fronters?" She asserted that she was
us referring to Rose in connection with his partnership
ith Myrdal. The damaging pamphlet embraced a reprint
information presented to a U.S. Senate subcommittee
it apparently never published by the subcommittee.
While Miss Koch was on the stand, she reportedly
lid she had concluded that President Kennedy had taken
isitions helping Moscow "'Do you mean that Kennedy
as a Communist dupe?" District Judge Donald T. Barbeau
-ked her. Miss Koch replied: "The Communists are very
lever at brainwashinu "
A sample of the bilge dished out during the Minnesota
earing was the statement by Miss Koch's lawyer that the
satisfied that Arnold Rose is a "part of the
usury element" in this country
into the story of Miss Koch's brand of Ameri-
will find her vehicle. Christian Research.
-tensibly alms "to arouse and encourage intelligent ae-
on." The service includes answers to inquiries about
-hady. ptttWtf red organizations "
One of the ministers on the board of Christian Re-
-earch has a. record of anti-Semitic and anti-Catholic ac-
vities. according to the researcher. Ralph Lord Roy.
Lithor of "Apostles of Discord."
When Miss Koch goes searching for authorities to
lote. she sometimes uses Kenneth Goff, energetic work-
ir on the far right. Goff used to team up with Gerald I.
K. Smith and doesn't hesitate to employ anti-Semitism. The
eterans of Foreign Wars has a spokesman who has said
I Goff that he is "destructive of our fundamental laws."
Among Christian research's own cited sources are Robert
elch and the John Birch Society magazine. American
pinion."
Shall we ever have an end of indiscriminate and un-
iformed attaek-i on men like Arnold Rose by people who
noke the civ of "Communism,"
arrister
'wish Shy(
If you loo
anism, you
Cies and their absolute readine.-s to fight lor Israel's
interests at all costs--thej are exact Iv alike. But in
style40 use a term that became popular during the
late John F. Kennedys term in officethey are poles
apart.
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Resolute Challenge
Shuts Arabs Up
Washington
A DETERMINED challenge of
the Arab boycott, instead "i
timid pleas and faint hearted pro
ti -t~. is the way to defeat Arab
tactics, according to lessons
earned in the case of the SS Pres-
ident Roosevelt.
The American cruise ship i-
_ now at sea on a world tour that in-
eludes a stop at Haifa. Israel, via Egypt's Suez Canal
Hut had the company continued its initial appease-
ment oi the Arab boycott office in Alexandria, the
Haifa visit would have remained canceled.
Haifa was stricken from the ship's itinerary
when the owners, the American President Lines.
feared Suez passage would be denied. In its first re
action, the company concluded that there was no al-
t, rnative but to bow to Arab bias. Some reports in-
indicated that the original advice of the State De-
partment was for appeasement of Egypt.
Then came the explosion Passengers canceled
bookings in protest. Exporters vexed by the Arab
boycott were annoyed by the surrender. They told
the American President Lines they might ship their
goods to various Pacific ports by other lines.
Members of Congress erupted in protest to the
Department of State and Commerce. Why had the
Administration failed to implement the anti-boycott
provisions of the Export Control Act? How could
tin State Department urge new aid to Egypt, de-
picting that nation as more moderate and friendly to
America, when an American ship was arrogantly told
what ports she might visit? Such were the questions
raised in Washington.
The State Department was already under fire
for exploiting the Congressional recess to renew aid
to Egypt without consulting interested Congressmen
Diplomats in Cairo and Washington sensed that the
SS President Roosevelt incident might undermine
the resumption of aid. Egyptian authorities cleverly
lacked down. The State Department then denied
Egypt had ever threatened the ship
Had administration officials, Upon first hearing
Of the affair, militantly protested to Cairo and urged
the I' S. company to reject Arab pressure, it would
not have in en necessary tor all the flak to fly The
on-again, off-again Haifa cancelation would have
been avoided
The tact is. that in 1965, many tourist ships
called at both Israeli and Arab ports Among them
were vessels Hying the lla^s of Norway, Spain.
Greece, Portugal, England. West Germany, Italy
and the United States The dollar-hungry Arab tour-
ist industry reflected the realities of international
economics Practical considerations forced moder-
ation of the so-called "boycott regulations."
Cargo ships were barred from entering Israeli
and Arab ports during the same voyage. But cruise
liners were given conventional access.
Had the American company disobeyed the il-
legal Arab boycott, the worst that would have hap
pened would have been denial of docking rights at
Alexandria or Beirut. The spectacle of Cairo closing
the Suez Canal to an American ship while applying
for increased U.S. aid is inconceivable.
In style, you might compare Golda Meir to Lyn-
don Johnson; she has a no-nonsense, realistic ap-
proach to all issues, and avoids dressing up her sen-
timents in fancy verbiage. Eban. on the other hand.
adds salt and pepin-r. not only in his speech but in
his general manner He may as someone here said
C)ce take 20 paragraphs to state a position that
Golda can wrap up in 20 short sentences. But the lm-
;i ery he employs, the language in which his argu-
ments are couched, the lluency with which he pro-
ject s his hammer blows, are entirely his own and
bevond compare
Eban also brings to his work the authority of
very deep scholarship ot a formal, academic nature.
Golds ,M.'ir is what she has just been called in Israel
"the Yiddishe Mamma." Kban is the family's
bright youngster whose dazzle reflects on his people
and his nation and his country and his Govern-
ment s policies. All this must not for one moment be
interpreted as adverse to Golda Meir by one iota.
They are jus! different She is the ex-kihbiit/nik who
had grown up in the Israel labor and political move-
ment. He is the brilliant Cambridge scholar who has
also known h w to adapt his vast academic training
to the realities ol international give-and-take.
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
On Bar Mitzvah
wK
FHAT DO YOU know, a Yiddish writer
told his readers some time ago. I
met a reform rabbi who knows Yiddish'
The rabbi referred to was the distin-
guished dean of the New England rab-
bininate. Dr. Abraham .1 Feldman. of
Congregation Beth Israel. Hartford.
The Yiddish writer should not have
been astonished that a reform rabbi
knows Yiddish. Most of them do. There
was a time when that may have been a phenomenon. But
for many years the mastery of Yiddish by Reform rabbis
has become as commonplace as the mastery of English by
Orthodox ones.
Indeed, men like Dr. Feldman. with his rich Jewish
and Zionist background, have been the leaders in Jewish
religious togetherness. When he was head of the Syna-
gogue Council of America. Dr. Feldman argued, as he still
does, for greater Jewish unity.
Of course, the three Jewish groups still have their dif-
fcrences. It is well for special emphasis to be offered by
the three groups, referred to by a youngster recently as
Reform, Conservative and "Orthodontists."
There is one matter, among others, however, that
links Orthodox and non-Orthodox rabbis in the United
States. And that is the problem of Bar Mitzvah.
This same Hr Feldman mentions the problem in his
most recent book, "The American Reform Rabbi." a series
ol superb talks which he delivered to the student IkmIv of
the Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute ol Religion
In giving the students the distilled wisdom he has accumu-
lated over the course <>i a glistening career, Dr, feldman
said: "Some good has resulted from the reintroduction of
the Bar Mitzvah Some children stuclv more Hebrew .
There is also the momentary exaltation of the boy But
'hen there are tlit- social aspect- u hich often be-
come shameful to the point ol being scandalous.''
This is the age of the Bar Mitzvah And the parties do
take the people far from the realm of religion. The jokes
re also becoming legion. The latest is about the father who
took the whole Bar Mitzvah crowd on a safari in Africa.
The elephant procession was held up because "there's an-
other Bar Mitzvah ahead."
1 think, however, that the comments of Dr. Feld-
man and others are having their effects. 1 think 1 discern
a diminution in the excesses of the Bar Mitzvah parties
True, there are still way-out receptions, but for the most
part, the celebrations are more subdued.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Teaching Kids to
[JR. MORRIS Chafetz, a Harvard
" psychiatrist, is quoted in the
press as favoring a public school
course to teach children to drink
properly. The problem of alcohol-
ism, the doctor noted, is mounting.
Prohobition has been tried and
proved a failure. The attempt to
cure the evil by picturing the ruin
that alcoholism brings has also
tailed
Perhaps a new approach might help Certainly
such a public school class as Dr. Chafetz suggests
would be popular. Few would be drop-outs. Perhaps
in time they might even give a college degree In
drinking. M.D. might become Doctor ol Martinis, or
perhaps the new class might be taken over by the
Colleges of Law. since they already prepare students
for admission to the bar.
Much of the attraction of strong drink is no
doubt due to the fact that drink is regarded as for-
Drink Properly
bidden fruit. Forbidden fruit always tastes sweet. Dr.
Chafetz would have the children given a little sherry
mixed with water, and gradually look on drink, not
as something forbidden, but as one of the good
things in life when taken in the right measure. It
would cease to have the lure or the forbidden and
the dangerous.
The first man to get drunk, according to the Bi
ble, was Noah. After the flood, experiencing forty-
days and forty nights seeing nothing but water, ho
could hardly be blamed for taking something strong
ei. Noah took too much, got drunk and cursed. This
was the first cursing, according to the rabbis. That's
the way it is. Give a man too much to drink, and
some will start fighting or cursing.
However, drink does not aflect all people the
same way. Most peoDle, in fact, after a few drinks
become more friendly. They begin to love their
neighbors, as we are told to do in the Bible. In that,
we may say, alcohol is not only a spiritous sub
stance, but a spiritual one.


Friday. February 4. 1966
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Page 15-J
Canadian Delegation to Bond Confab
Will Honor Bert Godfrey at Banquet
O. 10W HARRIS
Yardeini Slated
in Program Here
Mordecai Yardeini, noted sing-
. star, will present a program
Yiddish folk songs, Israeli me-
lodies and cantonal prayers on
behalf ol the Jewish National Fund
hi Greater Miami.
The program, to include a made-
in Israel film describing the
growth of the new Jewish Stale,
v ill also be shown, and is sched-
uled in hotels throughout Miami
Beach during the weeks ahead,
according to William Bornstcin.
president of the JNF Council here.
Yardeini i> an RCA Victor rec-
ording artist, music critic, lectur-
er ami author of three books on
Yiddish music and literature.
Bert Godfrey, Toronto business
(xecutive and philanthropist, will
be guest of honor at a testimonial
haiiquet on Monday evening, Feb.
14, at -the Fontaine jleau Hotel,
sponsored by the State of Israel j
Bond Organization of the Domin-
ion of Canada.
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice
president of the international Is-
rael Bond Organization, and Rabbi
Stuart Rosenberg, spiritual leader
of Beth Tzedec Congregation, To-'
ronto, will be guest speakers.
i
The dinner is one of a series
of events being held here in ad-
vance of the 1966 international
inaugural conference for Israel
Bonds, which takes piece Feb.
18 to 20, with Mrs. Golda Meit,
of the State of Israel, as honor-
ed guest. The conference will
launch a world-wide campaign
for the sale of J 105,00.000 in
bonds during the coming year.
Announcement of the Feb. 14
banquet was made by D. Lou Har-
ris, national chairman of the Cana-
dian Committee for Israel Bonds,
who pointed out that Godfrey is
being honored "for many years
of service to numerous causes at'
home and abroad which aid hum-
anity."
Godfrey was recently elected
chairman of the Board of Gover-
nors of the Toronto Committee
for State of Israel Bonds. He
served as general campaign chair-
man of the Israel Bond drive in
his community in 1964 and 1965.
Godfrey is the recipient of the
1961 Louis Marshall Award, con-
ferred upon him by the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America,
for distinguished communal effort.
In 1964. he received the annual
award of the Canadian Council of
Christians and Jews.
In reporting plans for the Cana-
dian deJegation's participation in
the international inaugural con-
ference for Israel Bonds. Harris
announced that two events will
precede the testimonial dinner to
Godfrey.
On Sunday, Feb. 6, a special
breakfast meeting will be held
at the Barcelona Hotel to pay tri-
bute to Human Singerman, of
Montreal, business and civic
leader, who serves as a member
of the Montreal Israel Bond
Board of Governors. Representa-
tives of the Maritime Provinces
will join their Montreal neigh-
bors at this session.
Two days later, on Feb. 8. mem-
bers of the Canadian delegation
from Ottawa will honor A. Louis
Achbar. immediate past Israel
Bond chairman, "for his devoted
service to Israel." The tribute will
take place at a breakfast confer-
ence in the Barcelona Hotel.
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Liberal Jewish
Confab Slated
In Caribbean
By Special Report
WILLEMSTAD, Curacao This
capital of the Netherlands Antilles
is the setting for a Caribbean
conference Feb. 3 to 6 to advance
the cause of liberal Judaism in the
' Caribbean, it was announced by
, Rabbi Simeon J. Maslin. of Chic-
ago.
Rabbi Maslin is the leader of
United Netherlands Portuguese
Congregation Mikve Israel-
Kinanuel. the oldest Jewish con-
gregation in the Americas, which
still worships in the Hemisphere's'
oldest synagogue, dating from the
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Synagogue
Vandalism
Continued from Page 1-A
quieting than if they were part of
an organized plot.
It points out that the 14 anti-
Semitic incidents in the United
States in the five-month period
ending December 31, 1965, are
the most reported in any com-
parable period since the epidemic
following the 1959 Christmas
Eve Cologne synagogue desecra-
tions.
The report stresses that the most
serious of these incidents weft?
'eases of wanton destruction motf
likely perpetrated by adults"
rather than daubings or smearing*
done by juveniles or teenagers. It
adds that even where teenagers
were the culprits, the acts cooM
not be classified as 'mischievons
behavior" bat "vindictive vandal-
ism and deliberate expressions of
hostility toward Jews."
Incidents were reported in San
Francisco, Chicago, Albany, Hill-
side, N. J., .Mew York, Mt. Le-
banon, Pa., Trumbull, Conn..
Brooklyn. N. Y., Woodbridge, N J..
New Orleans. Bridgeport, Conn,
and Holyoke, Mass.
'Y' Boys Will
Help Center
Senior high school boys from
the Alpha Phi Pi Club of the YM
and WHA of Greater Miami will
be aiding the recreational pro-
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munity Center of Miami on Sat-
urday. Mrs. Olive Alexander is di-
rector of the Center.
The YMHA boys will be devot-
ing many of their weekends to
helping underprivileged youngsters
of the Scott Center. Mrs. Jane Car-
ver, supervisor of teen-age activ-
ities at the "Y," says that other
senior high groups will be engaged
in similar projects in various parts
of the community.
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Sectio.-. s
CJA Women Planning Initial Gift
Is of "Fashionable '66," exclusive couturier craetions
will highliaht the Feb. 14 Initial Girts Division luncheon
the Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division, are dis-
ci by Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes (left;, chairman of "Fashion-
'66," and Mrs. Jack Ablin, program chairman of the
ti r luncheon and honorary chairmen of the 1366
Women's Division.
n
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j
by ISABEL GRCVE
wedding anniver-
ni rik apart, Mr. an . ph liynian. of Chicago,
their 58!h on Saturday.
the I' stivities at the New
Hotel in Manhattan in
. 30th for Cantor Rich-
and his wife on Feb.
Joe is the Metropolitan
star's midwest cantorial
The following day. the
i hi paj their winter vis-
orida and Ihcir children,
Mi i lr\ ing Hj man. of
SW 14th St., Miami.

!:nth and Louis Gidney
their silver wedding an-
. w hit 'i (alls on the first
binary, by making a
r-onu- with Sam and Bunny
the magnificent Israeli
:; ( at Caesarea Sev-
later, they'll fly back
York, where Kuth will
(I some extra time with
"Je on a hi lef holiday
i:\u -ti rn U, whore the
a d< g]. in March.
as definitely the stylish
"' "ii Tuesday when Miami
i ouncilman Mai Englander
. Sophia. Democratic
ommitteewoman, put aside
i the day and threw a
tj for new son Joseph
' 'in Jan. 25 The tent.
protected the guests and
.'.ii n by the hostess, all
ime shade of "blue for
1 d ebullient Mai, the fa-
e Englander daughters,
I i that "we've launched
like a ship" oflieiat-
bi is were Cantor Abra-
Si if and Rabbi Mayer
Itz, with
ttho made it
s, Md .
as sandik .
uesta, Mai's aunt and
"cle, the Nathan Bellows, of
ik.
The Samuel Blums, son of Mike
and ln~ wife, entertaining the
Dave Manasters and Pete Beck
ers, of i hi( ago .
January a big month for So! D
Hershenson On the 5th. he
Continued on Page 5-8
Interest mounted steadily this
week in the Initial Gifts luncheon
of the Women's Division of the
Combined Appeal, with the inau-
guration ot the '"Benefactors"
category for women who contri-
bute a minimum of SI.000 this year
to CJA.
The Feb. 14 function at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel will feature a
showing of exclusive couturier
creations. "Kashionplate '66." to an
expected record attendance of
Greater Miami women donating
at least $100 to CJA in 1966.
The Fashionplate luncheon, an
annual highlight of Women's Divi-
sion activities, will be chaired by
Mrs. Jack Katzman. Mrs. A. L.
Glickman is chairman of Initial
Gifts
Mrs Inez Krcnsky, chairman of
the new "Benefactors" group, and
Mrs. Jack A. Ablin, honorary chair-
man, are working closely with
Mr- Jean C. Lehman, campaign
chairman for the Women's Divi-
sion
Mrs Harry A. Yagle. hostess
for tiie day, will have all women
attending the Initial Gifts lunch-
eon as her guests.

Talking over final plans for the Feb 14 In;tial Gifts lunche-
of the Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal :.
Mrs. Jack Katzman (left) and Mrs. A. L. Glickman. Mrs. K.
man is luncheon chairman fcr the gala affair, ieatur:.-
"Fashionplate '66" at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mrs. Glickrr.:
is chairman of Initial Gifts.
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Friday. February 4,
'988
Ballerinas Will Perform Sunday
\ performance by ten baaerinas Stove Bcker, 16-yei
,1 the Ballet Concerto Company ol Mn f Mr. and Mrs Dai
Coral GaWes was annooneed^uus 7850 Hawthorn.' Ave.,
At the first anniversary dinner donor dance of
the Women's League for Israel, Miami Beach
Chapter, at the Algiers Hotel are seated (left
to right) Mesdames Aida Yaslo, Emma Ratt-
ner, Faye Tupler, president, Alex Dellerson,
Irving Chesler. Standing (left to right) are Mes-
dames Rose Levine, Julia Ostune, Rose Hoch-
Fine Arts Trio and Israel Art Exhibit
To Open at Temple Beth Sholom Feb. 3
was announced this
bv Surnride GeondtmaB
I mn- rToberman, president of the
Sorfcide Musk Society, for an ap-
pearance before members ol the
sun.-id.- Muaic Society on Sunday.
8 p.n) In the Music Hall ol the
Community Center.
The program will include "Les
Sylphides." with choreography by
Michael Kokine. and excerpts from
Tchaikovsky s Nutcracker Suite."
with choreography by Sonia Diaz
Blanco and Martha del Pino.
Minks, Bikinis
Aboard Shalom
Minks and sables will mingle
with bikinis aboard the Zim Lines
flagship, SS Shalom when she
cruises the Caribbean late next
month.
The big liners fifth cruise for
the 1966 season, which sails from
New York on Feb. 25, has been
billed a Fur Fashion Cruise. The
project, sponsored by Falcon Tra-
vel, of 208 W. 30th St.. New York
, City, will feature any array of
Mrs. Gustave Hartman, author exotic furs ranging from $50 baby
featured on the pro
stim, Harry Kappell, Elizabeth Richman, Mor-
ris Schor, Viola Minkoff and Tanya Wolshin.
Next meeting will be Feb. 10 at 4720 Alton Rd.
Mrs. Jack Star, national president, will be
guest speaker. Mrs. Gershon Miller will offer
a dramatic reading.
Mrs. Hartman To Speak
of the autobiographical "I Gave
foxes to $5,000 chinchinlla coats.
Premiere performance of the both in the United States and over- den,s of ,he Jewish Home for ,he
Fine Arts Trio of Miami and the i seas. Sponsored by the Queen of Aged in the Day Care Room on
first showing in Florida of an Is- Rumania for study as a youngster Wednesday. Feb. 9. at 2 p.m.
raeli Art Exhibit comprising 60 in Berlin at the Hochschule. he ---------------------_
work.- of the Middle East nation's later was concert master of the AniMamitia Qh#\iA#
foremost artists will share the spot- Havana Symphony Orchestra in /4nTIC|UC5 JlIOVv
light at Temple Beth Sholom on Cuba.
Ivel Furs and a number of other
My Heart, will speak before resi- leadillg furriers will participate.
Fur fashion shows ha-.-e been
scheduled U part of the daily-
round cruise activities aboard the
Shalom. Selected models will
drape broadtails over bikinis for
the benefit of sunbathing passeng-
ers at the ship's outdoor pools dur-
ing the day. Evening fur shows
will be held in the elegant Circle
Sunday, Feb. 13. Xjmns won fjrs, pri7e ,he Starts Feb. 10
A Twilight Chamber Musicale international competition in Gene- The 25th annual Antiques Show
in the Temple sanctuary, at 4 p.m.. va Switzerland, in 1949. He was and Sale has been set for Feb. 10 Lounge and in the Shalom's theater
will be followed by a cocktail re- first cellist with the Hamburg Svm- to 13 at Miami Bayfront Park Au before the movie program.
ception and the prcvue viewing pnonv. the Roval Ballet of England ditorium. according to an an- Tne Ft^>- 25 eruise. of ten days'
of the art show in the Miami Beach and with the Boston Pops Orchis- nouncement by Mrs. Ethel Mae ""ration, will feature calls at St.
congregation's adjacent art gal- tra under Arthur Friedler for ten Boedy. of Cleveland, general man- Thomas. Virgin Islands. St. Maar-
lery. according to Mrs. David years. He currentlT is the principal, ager of the show. Hours are 1 to u-n- Netherlands West Indies and
Drucker. chairman of the twin cellist with the Greater Miami Phil- 11 p.m., dailv. ; San Juan. Puerto Rico,
events. harmonic Orchestra and the Fort |__,, .___ .. The furs ,0 **' shown, imported
Mrs. Irving Kaplan is co-chair- Lauderdale Svmphony. 7 ri k rspo.nsore,d by. thc an(i domestic, are the latest crea-
man of the function, which is spon- ciolman M hn Z,. w. ... r ^.. r k ^f,",,Mlaml tions of leading French and I,alian
sored bv the Beth Sholom Festi-; fi- AU furs brou8ht aboard
^B\ of the Arts for 1966. Mrs. Sey -l^L?!!5*. *?? *.**?.** | E55S? _** l? help maintain the ship at New York will be re-
mour Silverman,
Temple Sisterhood,
er Eggnatz, chairman
val of the Arts.
Mrs. Drucker and Mrs. Kaplan to
coordinate the two events, which
are open to the public.
Fine Arts Trio of Miami fea-
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Damrosch Institute.
The art show, brought to Miami
Beach through the courtesy of
the Murray S. Greenfield Galleries
tures Alexander Pnlutchi, violin- of New York a,,,, Tel Aviv ,srael
ist; Ingus Naruns. cellist; and features ^ works of such promin.
Louis Spielman. pianist, all of
whom now live in Greater Miami.
Prilutchi is
prom
ent Israelis as Abraham Atzmon,
, Benaroyo, Naftali Bezem, Aharon
associate concert Giladi Marcel j R R
wne Greater Mumi Phil-; bin< Ruth ^^^ and wmi
harmonic Orchestra and concert \yeintraub
master of the Fort Lauderdale and
Tampa Symphonies. He has given
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Rabbi Kronish Due in Review
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth sholom. will
review "The Beginners," by Dan
Jooobson, an epic novel of modern
South Africa, to be published by
Maeniillan on Feb. 21.
The review will be given by
Kabbi Kronish Wednesday. Feb.
9. 8:15 p.m.. in the Tempie Audi-
torium, under the aegis of the Beth
Sholom Festival of the Arts spon-
sored by the Temple Sisterhood.
The fifth novel by the noted
young South African writer trat-is
the lives of four generations of a
. Jewish family that migrated to
South Africa in the early 1900's.
Proceeds of the review will be-
nded, ay the Sisterhood lor its Re-
ligious School Subsidy Fund. Mrs.
Seymour Silverman is Sisterhood
president Mrs Joseph Pardo is
\ ice president in charge of wayf
and means. Mr-. Meyer Eggnatz is
chairman of the Beth Sholom 1 '. -
tival of the Arts, and Mrs. Julius
Ser is chairman of the Book Re-
view Series.
about
gathered for you
by
Opera Aides Set Miriam Field
;:::ng in 1966 fashions in formal wear as
ented by Cele Bertman, of CeLan Fash-
aie models" of the Sisterhood of Temple
:.u-E.. The event was the annual life mem-
hip tea held last Wednesday at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel. Left to right are Mrs. Michael
Taines, Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Mrs. Harold I.
Brooks, Mrs. Irving Cypen, Mrs. Reuben Lev-
in, and Mrs. Murry Koretzky.
'
As part of their Fiesta program, seven lodges of B'nai B'rith
chartered buses from Miami Beach to Pompano Beach and
o:\joyec an evening at the harness races at Pompano Park.
Seen ::. their reserved section of the grandstand are (left to
right) Samuel Underberg. treasurer of C.I.P.L. of B'nai B'rith.
and Mis. Underberg; Mr. Harry Brooks, president; Mrs. Brooks;
Mrs. Sol Levy and Mr. Levy, chairman of the C.I.P.L. Florida
Fiesta. More than 300 members attended the races.
Pioneers Slate Triple Event
Beach PR Group
Names Keusch
Beverlye Keusch has been elect-
ed chairman of the Miami Beach
Public Relations Advisory Com-
mittee.
A member of the bonnl since
195!). Miss Keusch. who heads her
own public relations firm, was
chosen to succeed Jesse Weiss, and
becomes the first woman to hold
the host.
Miss Keusch. who was named to
the committee by Mayor Elliot
Roosevelt, gained national promi-
nence last year when she won a
national journalism award.
She was honored by the Dade
Business and Professional Wom-
en's clubs when they named her
'Outstanding Woman in the Field
of Public Relations."'
Mrs nie Gibson, president
0! Beba laelson Chapter, Pioneer
I .'i will conduct a regular
Wednesday. 12:30 p m.,
: VVashil -'on Federal. 1133 Nor-
tin' business meeting,
there wi be a Purim festival and
Mr and Mrs. Chaim
Fersko on their recent tour of
- erican countries,
Mrs. Abraham Seltzer will meet
on Wednesday noon in the Bis-
cayne Cafeteria. 1!>17 Biscayne
Blvd. Mrs. Milton Greet). Greater
Miami Council president, will be
narrator of the latest Israeli film.
"Education Builds a Nation." Mrs,
Merman Condor will offer a song
recital.
Mrs. Ida Liftman, president.
Club 2, announces a dinner honor
ing child Rescue Fund Chairmen
Golda Meir Chapter, headed by Mrs. Rose Kat* and Mrs. Rose
Marcus on Saturday. Feb. lit. a:
6 p.m.. at Royal Hungarian Restau-
rant. Vice president. Mrs. Abra-
ham Shedroff. is chairman of the
I evening. Guest speaker will be
; Councilman Joo Malek.
Entertainment is by Joseph
Ilurowitz. and Mrs. Sadie Hubert
v. ill give the invocation. All pro-
ceeds will go to Child Rescue Fund
in Israel.
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Never, is the theme of the inter-
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sponsored by Young Patronesses
of the Opera on Saturday. Feb. 12.
The four and a half-ton elephant
from the loi the iming opera.
"Aida," will greet guests at the
A-Go-Go Room of Tropical Park
Turf Club at 7 p.m. Other features
of the evening are a white ele-
phant antique boutique and an
original show with YPO members
and their husbands in the cast.
Among participants are Miami
attorney. Richard Stone. Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Balfe. Mrs. Boyce
SwartZ and Joseph Douglass.
Chairing the committee tor the
affair are Mrs. Arthur Breakstone
and Mrs .lames Robertson.
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ity. Certified Kosher and Parve.
FOR MEALS AND OUT OF-PACKAGE NOSHING
Do Jew ish men make good mates'
"The greatest!" replies Helen
Gurley Brow n, best-selling novelist
and editor of Cosmopolitan Mag-
azine. "They are marvelous hus-
bands Why? "Maybe because
thev respect their mothers ."
lS-o Jewish girh make goodhome-
niakers? "The greatest!" replies
\ln tain Field. For a quality thai I
respect in you, dear reader, is mill
positive approui.li to family and
home. You regard cooking as a
i hallettge rather than a chore. ) '!
love to try new recipes. You're open
in new ideas. And you're even pretty
knowledgeable about nutrition.
"Honor your wife," counseled our
sage sages, "for thereby you enrich
yoanelf. A man should ever he
mindful of the honor due his wife,
because no blessing is experienced
in his house except on her account.
J/lic Jewish homemaker isn't cast
to please. She is demanding. She
demands quality as well tn value.
site refuses to be satisfied with an) -
thing hut the Iks! for her family .So
we, at Standard Brands, are proud
that vD many of our fine products,
made under Ruhboiii ul SUpei I islon,
are the 'friends' of to main t reativi
and COnSCleritioilS Jewish COOks.
Planters Oil. of course. Chase and
Sanborn Coffees. Royal Puddings.
Planters Nuts. And Flelsdunanu's
famous margarine, a product I know
\ou would like to know more about
because it's the margarine for the
niiijcin-minded lumicmakci. ,
If you're gadget-minded, you ma>
be interested in mj Gadget oi the
Year Award. It goes to Brooklyn
department store A & s for pro-
viding the Safety Bagel Holder
-y( hctlier von provide vour bread-
winner with bread or bagels or
hialys, you'll certainly want to pro-
vide plentyoj Fleischmann's \4ar-
garlne. Its delicate golden goodm
Is only one oj the reasons why
Fleischmann's is the largest-selling
corn oil margarine m the I nlted
.States. Consider these Impressive
and important fat Is it's made from
llHI' pure voider corn oil, it's
lowest in saturated fat of the na-
tion's leading margurines, antl it >
certified kosher by Rabbi Charlop
and Rabbi Rculiinaiui. Shouldn't
Fleischmann's be on your shopping
list, in vour refrigerator and on your
table It probably is already
BAGELS BENEDICT
2 bagels, split
4 tsps. Fleischmann's Margarine
4 slices (about 4-ouncesl
smoked salmon
4 eggs, poached 2 egg yolks
2 tbsps. lemon iuice Cayenne pepper
' 2 cup Fleischmann's Margarine.
melted
Toasl splil hugcls:spread iih I leiseh-
mann's Margarine, I up each hall with
si salmon-slice and a poached (KM
keep warm. Baal yollw until thick;
add leimin juice and pepper. Beat In
hui me I icd memorial and pour oet
bagels. Senc iii : i<> 4 bagel buRk
(lr> English mull ins this saucv >a>!)
'/?'hoos\ (boose Fleischmann's
lightly salted margarine in the glo* -
ing void foil package [it's in vour
grocer's refrigerated section). Or
, boose the "sweet'' imsallcd version
in the shiny green foil pack [that's
in the frozen food section). Eltlter
way, 'ou'll make a good lioite '
In manv homes Passover prepara-
tions start a da> alter I'urim. But
the makers of Planters Oil started
a day after < hanukah! I'll tell vou
about our I'koved I'csach present
for vou in m> verv next column.
MANNA ABOUT TOWN
IS A STANDARD BRANDS EXCLUSIVE
EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE
BRIGHT YOUNG HOMEMAKER
"


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Friday. February 4. 1966
Officers to Take Part in Service ^
Officers of Temple Zamora Sis- Mrs. Israel L. Kussner. Mrs. Ike
torhood who will participate in Gordon, vice presidents; Mrs. Y.
si Sabbath Services Fri- than Goldy. treasurer Mrs. Louis
i i'ht are- Chartor. Mrs. Harold Shuman.
Mrs! U>o Eskreis, president; Mrs. Leon Honig. secretaries.
IPC comes to Miami!
Left to right are Mrs. Milton Sirkin. president,
Miami Beach Women's Division, American
Technion Society, Mrs. James Van Teslaar,
Mis. Sarah Harris. Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag,
c: :diman of life membeis, and life trustees.
Mrs. Miriam Rubel, Mrs. Clara Tagel and Mrs.
Claire Hoffman, at a meeting of the society,
planning for the chapter's life members and
life trustee luncheon 1'eb 11 at the Algid s ho-
tel.
Dr. Silver to Speak
Maxwell Silver, author o
ecent, "There was a Man.'
address the Spinoza Forum
..'.\.'r Education on Thu
a.m. in the auditorium of
igl n Federal,
i ion Avc Music and ii citati in
em! ers of tfie re ill
i I
Wolfson will the
r. Pi Silver is a I
ale Jewish leader. Abba Hilel
WIDOW
.Vould like fo (hart her home
in SW section with other lorly
P-ivote bedroom Use of kitchen
Phone 444-5460
Beach Technion
Chapter Slates
Member Luncheon
ROOFS
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PAINTED $68
Up fo 1,000 Si. Ft.
SNOwnrreco. ph.wa&s
ASTROLOGY CLASS
Beginners Horoscope Casting
Tuesdays 8:00 p.m.
FORDWELl CENTER
5720 S.W. 17th Street
Freewill offering. Come and get
acquainted DIAL 226-0399
Women's Division, Amei
Technion Society, will pay tribute
to life members and life trustees
.'i a luncheon al the Algiers Hotel
on Friday noon, Feb ll
The program will include an in-
\i cation by Mrs Harry Platofl
;:mi :i presentation ol son [s bj \ -
Henry Balaban she will be ac-
.. mpanied ;ii the pi' no bj Bei i
Duekman.
Leo Mindlin, executive director
>>i The Jewish Floridian, who ha<
traveled extensively in Israel, will
be speaker <>i the afternoon,
Mrs, Trudy Hamerschlag, na-
tional life membership chairman,
and life membership and life
trustee chairman for the Miami
Beach chapter, heads the commit-
tee for the occasion, assisted bj
Mesdames Jack Katzman, Harry
Grossman, David Ponve, Frances
Kntine and Miss Nan Cohen.
The Israel -Technion School of
Technology has some 4.000 stu-
dents. Women's divisions through-
out the country gear all efforts lo
fund raisins for scholarships.
Program Seeks Teachers
YM and \vil.\ ol Greater Mi-
ami is in"'- hiring teachers h
Early Childhood Development Pr >
gram, according to Jeannette B
Schwartz, director Ri |
for a ti acher position in ECD in
elude a MS de ;ree fr >m i a cred
ited ui with -
early child i in educa ion
Both El ladles
In Card Party
i i Ihhi I ol El will ho monl n<
on Tu
the Dora Augu I !
Hostesses are Mrs Row Si ;i I
Mrs Sarah Jacobson, Mrs Minei
va Cohen, Mrs Jenn Mrs, Ida Wlngrow. and Mrs. .1
Rotenberg
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To Care tor Elderly Larlv,
Congeniil and ambulatory. Sle.-p In.
CALL 274-0694
Heart Association
Valentine Party
Heart Association of Greater
Miami will hold its second annual
Heart Valentine Party for all chil
dren who have undergone heart
surgerj on Saturday. Feb 12, from
.i to 5 p m., at the Heart Office,
5080 Biscayne Blvd.
Five-year-old Robyn Weiss, of
Miami. 1966 Heart Fund Sweet
heart, who underwent successful
heart surgery three years ago will
be on hand to welcome the young-
sters, Entertainment will be pro-
vided by radio and TV personali-
ties headed hy Skipper Chuck and
Dave "Tex" Blanchard
m
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Jewelry and Furniture Oriental Objects D'Art
WE SPIUAL'U IN THE UNUSUAL!
10 A.M. to a f.M. Evenings by Appointment
JE 1 1600
Bay-Bee Die-Dee Diaper Service
"GREATER MIAMI'S FIRST"
An Exclusive laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes
2111 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 9 5593
presi tits
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"These four guys roughly
equal 30 sinners plus
30 instrumentalists!*'
THE CALO BROTHERS QUARTET
BARRY BRENTON & HIS ORCHESTRA
Nocovcr. Minimum per person: Weekdays $3, Saturdays & Su idays $4.50
Continuous music and dancing and shows from 9;S0 V. Af.
AND WHERE'S ALL THE ACTION?
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BETTER MAKE RESERVATIONS! CALL PAVLO AT 532-3600


Friday. February 4. 1966
+Jm>l$ii fkrldkun
Poqe 5-8
jDC Names 60 Miami Chiefs
- wins cne of the dcor prizes a! tie annual
lui honoring Meilah Motheis of the Souihea.-tern
:. ci Women's American ORT held recently at
the DeauviJle Hotel. Locking on are Region Vice Presidents
Lou J.-.ccLion (left) and Mrs. Richard Gerenbaum (center!.
Mo e than do Jew ish lea lers
this i Iccted or re-
elected to ilw board ot directors
'- 'in : rs -i the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, one ol the over
seas a.' i ci is supported by the
Jewish Appeal of U-.i'
Greater Miami Jewish I deration.
El< '... 11 i iok place earlier last
n :i .0 New York, headquarters
i iho .11)''. which is to aid in re-
and rehabilitation ol more
thnn 400.UOO needy .lows in 30
vcrseas countries.
n 'i-'- reelected to (he board of
in ctors an Sam fieiman, Stan- '
Icj C Myers and William I) Sing-
Sidney I efcourt and Ernest
lanis' term- did not expire and
:. still serving as board mem-
bers.
Those from this area who are
ncmbei s i : the JDC National
i ncil in< lude Mrs Ruth .' Berg-
r, Jerry Blank, Sol Frankel, Ir-
iiu B. Kaplan. By I on Toped.
ioorgc J. Talianoff, Milton Weiss,
Inej \iimii. Dr, Morton K Block,
,ho] ard Broad, Jack A. Cantor,
his. Joseph Duntov, Sam A. Gold-
stein, Nat Gumenick and A. i
.an is.
Also. Mrs. Inez M. Krensky, Rab-
Irvina Lehrman, Benjamin Mov-
es. Joseph M Rose, Arnold Seed-
11. Jacob Sher, Harry Simonhoff.
Mitchell Wolfson, William Agra-
nove, Leo Eisenstein, Baron de
Ilirsch Meyer, Meyer N. Ki
berg, Leonard Rosen, Harrj
kin and .lack Carnor.
Also, .lack I). Gordon, Cal
Kovens, David Levinson, Sam
Luby. Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers,
^J)ocialltc ... b\f sJ'sabel k~j
Continued from Page 1-B
his tfifi i bserved their 55ih
ling anniversary; on the 21st,
ame past chancellor of Wei-
l odgi Knights of Pythias;
n the 29th he was 80 years
\i | .ii many years ago.
rei ived i le Jewish Advocate
i arnatii i i"i humanitarian work
-: ileorje Schwart/.
or :-i< \cars before
_ to Santa Monica, Calif.,
here with fam-
liosi mg being done bj Fe-
raid Schw ai tz, but at-
. arnered by the
Gary, Gregg and
Life-long friends, Ben
i ner Meyei s, also
'. 'He time with tho Son-
- although popular
r Meyers busier
i'ith ke> hostess roles
I nal ioi al conference
Irul and the Feb 21
ner ol thi Nation-
Chrisl ians and
opular young matron.
\ Heller, con
her < ttee for the spring
I Federation's V
Women's ( ommittee Spring Ball
next month.
Mr and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin, of
5200 Alton Kd.. will entertain P
Michael Feldman at their hon:
on Wednesday evening On th<
scientific statt of the Weizmann
Institute of Science, Rehovoth, Is-
rael. Prof. Feldman has been with
the Weizmann Institute since
1!(55. after receiving his PhD from
the Hebrew University in Jerusa-
lem .
Dr F Idman also serve l as a
membei on the Council of Inter-
nal Cell Research Organiza>
tion at th< I nited Nations and as
:. mbei thl Hoard o! 1 ah.ua-
torj Dii '.' Ms for Inter-Institu-
tional Ci >p< ration in Cell Re
search at ICRC and UNESCO.
ipera star Herbert Beatie, who
reci nils sang two roles in Miami
Opera Guil I's "La Boheme," man-
aged opening night tickets for
friend-. Dr and Mrs Sanford
Th< following evening,
Beatie was dinner guest at the
Ome in South Miami lie
and Mrs Zifl an s toool chums
from I olora lo College, where they
! th mi ioi in music Dr.
8-Month-Old
Ss Life Member
14th
of
Shari Shein
live director
.ision for Combine)
and Mr. and
REASONS WHY MAIL
rOR JAMES'OWN, ALA.
CAN BE MISSENT. .
# Jc-e,own,
# Jcmestown,
} Jomestown,
Of Jomrstown,
"* JoTeitown,
if* Jcmestown,
r Jomejtown,
ifr Jomes?own,
*c JoTiostown,
H- JoTtcstown,
A Jome^lown,
?' Jamestown,
'S- Jome: cwn,
' Jorr.cstown,
eslown,
- IftlOWfl,
)* Jcmestown,
Ark.
Calif.
Colo.
Ind.
Kons.
Ky.
Lo.
Mich.
Mo.
N. Y.
N. C.
N. Dck.
Ohio
Po.
R. I.
$.c.
Tenn.
Vo.
Whsn you use ZIP CoJe in
your ?ltiress, your corre-
l is more likely to
wind up in the right James-
town. ZIP Code adds ac-
curacy to your mail.
Mimosa Women's Club makes it a foimal evening with its
recent dinner meeting in Miami Beach. Discussing entertain-
ment with restaurateur Bill Jordan are (left to right! Mrs. Rose
Kushner, president, and Mrs. Dorothy Rubel, chairman of the
event.
' iax Irovitz, Di Kurt Pi isei
s bin,
Also, Viendell M. Selig,
i Josei h \
: Thurma
Arthur S. It isicha
Mrs. Sa
F. Shoi et, .' aron Ka n >r,
Kaplan. Paul Faske Marshall -
ris i nd Joseph loin n.

rove
Ziff is a member of the Dado
Countj Optometric Association.
After a three-week session at
Cedars ol Lebanon, Mrs Frieda
Rappaport back homo at 51ii(i NW
2nd Tod., and well enough to have
visitors
Sari Shein, 8-month-old dan h
or of Mr. and Mrs Barry Shein,
"741 NW
PI was made a
life member of
B r a n d o i s b y
gre a t gran l
mother Mrs. Ml
lian Bernstein at
a recent meet
of the Women's
Committee
other gt and
parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Sam
Fa lick
Falick is cxei
the Women's Di
.lev ish Ap-
Mrs Maury
She n of Miami B< ach.
JUST A LITTLE
PUSH
That's what you worked and
uggled for ... 1 tit pleasure of
riding cart >urs with
the little* ones. (>ld and young
are joined together by the
warmth of security Relax and
enjoy this wonderful life.
we a
Have fun .. and save at
per annum paid and compounded
QUARTERLY
" MERICAN SAVINGS
& LOAN ASSOCIATION
of MIAMI BEACH,
16: AVI NCOLN ROAC)
MIAMI BE'C- J3U9
PHONE.ssa-sBca djitk


Pr"- C 3
fjenidh fh>ridfiann
Southeast Florida Region of ORT Slates
Variety of Meetings Through February
Southeastern Florida Region,
Women's American OUT, Mis.
Florence Kupperman. president.
States February chapter meetings
as follows:
# *
Atlantic Shores Chapter lunch-
ton meeting Tuesday, 11:30 a.m.,
at Tony's Fish Market. Wine-tast-
ing will be courtesy of Taylor
Wine Co. Mrs. Sol Feldman is
chapter president.
Bay Chapter noon luncheon
meeting Tuesday is at the Deau-
viHe-Hotel. (lames will follow busi-
ness. Mrs. Eugene Rosenfeld is
president.
f. *
Biscayne meeting Thursday noon.
Feb. 10. is at Morton Towers Res-
taurant. Auction sale is scheduled.
Mrs. Ira Weiner is president.
a *
Catalina meeting is scheduled
for !>::>0 a.m., Tuesday, at the home
of Mrs. Melvin Sherman. 2140 S\V
89th PL (lames will follow. Mrs.
Leonard La vine is president.
Coral Gables Chapter will meet
al the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
i ey Pozen, 1020 Alhambra Cir.,
(oral Gables. Wednesday at 1
p.m. Dr. Lynn P. Carmichael. di-
jector of family medicine program
ef University of Miami School of
Medicine, will be guest speaker.
] resident is Mrs. Paul Allen.
*
Greater Miami Chapter meeting
will be Tuesday, 12:30, at Tropics ,
Hotel. Games will follow. Mrs. Hen-
rietta Bolotin is president.
*
Greynolds Park Chapter will
have a white elephant sale at the
home of Mrs. Lawrence Zirn. 19590
NE 22nd Rd.. Tuesday. 11:30 a.m. i
Luncheon will be served. Mrs. Syd-
ney Kronish is president.
* *
Gulfstream Chapter will have a
representative of the Miami i
Health Center demonstrate the
proper method of exercising at the I
home of Mrs. Jerome Silvers, 1580
Cleveland Rd., on Wednesday. 8
p.m Mrs. Edward Levin.-on is,
president.
* *
Hollywood Chapter evening
i feting will be at the Home Fed-
ral Bldg.. 1720 Harrison St.. Holly-
wood, on Wednesday. 8 p.m. Moi-
s-ha Devski will relate his experi-
ences in ORT Schools in Ger-
many. Questions and answers will
follow. Mrs. Edward Light is presi-
< int.
* *
Islander Chapter luncheon meet-
ing will be Tuesday, 11:30 a.m., at
the Barcelona Hotel. '-Wills'' will
!. discussed by attorney Paul
Steinberg. A representative of
Bonne' International will demon-
strate methods of reducing. Mrs.
1 eo Gross is president.
*
At Miami Beach Afternoon
Chapter, Edythe Clement will of-
fer a monologue of "Fiddler on
the Itoof alter luncheon at Tony's
Fish Market on Thursday, Feb. 10.
11:30 a.m. Mrs. Paul Taylor is
president.
Miami Business and Profession-
al Chapter has scheduled a meet-
ing for Tuesday. Feb. 22. 8:15 p.m. .
at the Miami Beach Federal, 71st
St. Branch. President is Miss Sel-
nia Resnick.
* *
North Dade meeting will take
place Wednesday, 8:30 p.m.. at
Washington Federal, NE 167th St.
A representative of CJA will be
the guest speaker. Mrs. Felice
Brown is president.
North Miami Chapter meeting
was to be held on Thursday, 8:30
p.m.. at Washington Federal. NE
167th St. Isidore Hankin was to
speak on "Africa." President is
Mrs. Leonard Pechnik.
a *
Ocean Harbor Chapter is plan-
ning a luncheon in the Harbour
House South. Thursday. Feb. 10.
11:30 a.m. Mrs. Florence Kupper-
man. region president, will be
guest speaker and Chet Gale, of
Temple Sinai, will present a rep-
ertoire of songs .Mrs. Samuel Dan-
zig is president of chapter.
South Miami Chapter will hear
Mrs. Henry Balaban sing after the
Tuesday noon luncheon meeting at
the home of Mrs. Alan Simons.
13780 SW 73rd Ct. Mrs. Donald Car
lin is president.
tea
Southwest Chapter has scheduled
a white elephant sale for its Wed-
nesday, 8:30 p.m. meeting at the
VWHA. 8500 SW 8th St. Mrs hied
Bill is president.
Treasure Isle Chapter will show
slides of the newest ORT installa-
tions and schools in the Treasure
House North Card Room on Tues-
day. 12:30 p.m. President is Mrs
Herbert Sontz.
Grayson Running
For Councilman
Plans have been completed for
a scries of six Sunday morning ba-
gel and lox breakfasts in support
of Herman Grayson for Surfside
Council, according to Mrs. Rae Ten-
en.
Mrs. Tenon heads the Women's
Division of the Herman Grayson
campaign. Surfside elections will
be held on Mar. 15.
The breakfasts will be given in.
different homes in Surfside, and
I will offer voters an opportunity to
meet with the candidate and dis-
cuss the campaign in a relaxed at-
mosphere.
Some 50 voters have been in-
vited to each of the Sunday morn-
ing gatherings.
With Mrs. Tenen. hostesses con-
sist of Mrs. Mary Piver, wife of
the vice mayor of Surfside, Mrs.
Elise Kratish, Mrs Esther Glaser,
Mrs. Myrna Bernard, Mrs. Dolly
Bershman, Mrs. Vivian Grayson,
Mrs. Carol Gordon. Mrs. Faye
Feinstein, Mrs. Pearl Fisher and
Mrs. Claire M. Haverty.
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Friday. February 4, 1966
Yanich Talks /
To Hadassah
'Spain 500 Years After the In-
quisition and Israel Povisitcd *
will be discussed by Joseph Yan-
ich before the Torah Group of Ha-
dassah on Monday at 10 a.m.
The morning meeting will he
held at the home of Mr* Julius
Spector. 1701 S. Miami Ave. Vice
chairmen are Mrs. Nathan Spiegi I-
man and Mrs. Norman Lyons.
Director of the American Jew-
ish Congress of Miami, Yanich
lived in Jerusalem for fair years
and worked as chief comnmni'y
organizer of Hadassah.
Dr. Irving Lehrman (center), spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-
El, is shown with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Buchwald and Mrs.
Elliott Harris, chairman of the life membership tea of the Tem-
ple Sisterhood held last week in honor of new life members.
Buchwald surprised his wife with a life membership, and in
making the presentation, Dr. Lehrman gave special recogni-
tion to Buchwald, whose Bar Mitzvah was the first such occa-
sion at which he officiated 22 years ago when he arrived in
Miami Beach. Also featured was a fashion show by Cele
Bertman, of Ce-Lan, Inc., and models were Mrs. Harold I.
Brooks, Mrs. Sanford Burns, Mrs. Irving Cypen, Mrs. Max
Dinisman, Mrs. H. P. Forrest, Mrs. Sherman R. Kaplan, Mrs.
Alexander Kogan, Mrs. Murry Koretzky, Mrs. Harry A. Levy,
Mrs. Charles Rosenblatt, Mrs. Michael Taines, Mrs.
Philip F. Thau and Mrs. Barbara Wynn. Sponsors were Mrs.
David Berger, Mrs. Samson Davidson, Mrs. Henry Gewitz,
Mrs. Sam Katz, Mrs. Herman Laks and Mrs. Murry Koretzky.
Mrs. Isadore Newman is chairman of sponsors.
Israeli Star
At the Cinema
Mario, the handsome Israeli
singing star, comes direct from
Jackie Kannon's "Rat Fink Rt
vue" at the Kden Roc Hotel to
headline the all new bill, openin,'
Friday at the Cinema Theatre on
Washington Ave
Born in Tangier. th' youthful %
entertainer sings in a score ot lan-
guages, including Hebre" Yiddish,
Italian and Spanish.
Morals of Tecn-Agers
'The Walls Came Tumbling
Down.'' a play on the problems
and morals of teen-age:;, will be
presented by the Cm*."I Syna-
gogue Youth for Congregation
B'nai Raphael Sisterhood on Mon-
day evening
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Friday. Eebruary 4. 1966
V'Jenisti ikridUoan
Page 7-B

... tz/rbout k jjeopU and f^L
Fleeman to Head Home Committee
HE POPPED THE QUESTION
New Years Eve was exciting at the home
ill Florence and Meyer Baskin. Daughter Kathy
was home from the University of Fennylvauia.
where she is a senior. With her was Joseph Da-
vidson, who was graduated two years aao from the
same university. Presently, he has a research
.iNvstantship at the University of Wisconsin,
where he is studying for his PhD in astro-physics.
In the delightful old-fashioned way. Joseph asked
Meyer for his daughter's hand in marriage. Then
he popped the question to Kathy. and next came
the popping of the champagne cork. There is talk
of a summer wedding. Kid brother Marc, a ninth
grader, got into the act^tc^j. He received an jj,^
award for his colored slide of the Roman .Forum
at night, which he took when the Baskins were
hi Home last summer. It's now on exhibit at
Burdlne's.
STRICTLY A FAMILY AFFAIR
Yes, and they were all of his family. Ronny
and Mickey Escol had a brunch at the Crystal
House just for Mickey's family, including his
sisters. After brunch, they sat around reminisc-
ing. Amona the tamily mem her > were Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Fishbein. Mr and Mrs. Harry King.
Mr. and Mrs Abe Tarler. Mr. and Mis. Mickey
Tarler Mrs. Ida Markov.itz. Mrs. Sam Wolfson.
Dr. SKtaej Gott.
SHE DID IT HERSELF
Carlyn and Jesse Rose have moved into the
Sea Coast Towers South. The oil paintings hanu-
i) the living room and den are Carlyn's
uork. She also painted the murals on the walls
oi Hi' two bathrooms and that heavenly blue
Paris -'reel scene in the corner of the kitchen.
I'ndei il are ,i blue ice cream table anil tun
- just right lor coffee, Carlyn has been
.. series *>t luncheons, with lunch down-
stain :i tlie Orchid Itoom and then up to the
tmenl foi cards Among ;ui"-t> have been
V Brener. Mrs Joseph Lang, Mrs I Riegor,
Ben Kaooer. Mrs. Donald Rubin, Mrs Mor
ris Stalberg, Mrs George Newman. Mrs. Irving
aces ...
C racovaner. Mrs. Aaron Fair. Mis David levy.
and Mrs. William Summers.
SINCE DECEMBER
Last December. Miriam (Mrs. Milton) Sir-
kin flew to Charlotte. N. (.'.. to visit son Dick,
Ruthie and the two grandchildren, Hobby and
Robin. Now Bobby, who is four and a half, can
chatter endlessly on the phone, and Robin, fif-
teen months is walking around. Incidentally. Mil
ton and Miriam spent a very quiel anniversary,
their 34th, with their son, who lives here. Josh,
and his. wife, Carolyn, whose little girl was just a
mite too young for a dinner engagement.
* *
NO SURPRISE -
Hurricane Betsy came along and ruined the
Frumkes house from top to bottom. Now. after
nine months, the house has been done over, and
the effect is stunning. So the fifty guests came
to see how it all looks and to congratulate Melvvn
on his 37th birthday. Mel knew that Natalie was
having a birthday party for him, so none had
to yell surprise. The furniture was taken out of
the family room, and a juke box held the place
of importance. Beaming and listening to the com-
ments about the house Mary (Mrs. Joseph) Shem-
berg, the decorator. When Betty and Perry Lon-
don did the watusi and the frug. they were just
great. Ellen and Kernie Mandler were particular-
Ij good, ton other guests included Pearl and
Martin Hitzig, Pat and Warren Lieberman. Linda
and Irwin Potash. Marilyn and Harry Smith.
Nornia and Donald Rosenberg. Ilelyne and Ken-
neth Treister, Beverly and Howard Gordon, and
Sandy and Beit Warshaw,
COMPANY IN TOWN
Ruth and David Gewitz have been as busy
as the proverbial bee. Their daughter, Libbv. is
married to Seymour Fiance, and lives m Merriek.
\ Y. She invited Joan Steinhardt from Miami
for a visit, where --he met John Nestle, oi New
York. Result the Fiances came to Miami Beach,
along with 20 <>| the Nestle family, to attend the
wedding oi Joan and Johnny.
Frances Lehman
David B. Fleeman. vice presi
dent of the Jewish Home for the
Aged, has been named chairman
of the Home's public affair, com-
mittee.
Also named by JHA president,
Judge Irving C'ypen. are Leo Rose
Jr.. co-chairman, and Stanley M.
Heckerman. M. ,1. Kopelowit/. .Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers and Mis.
Claire Weintraub.
'The committee has been form-
ed at thk time." according to
Judge Cypen, "to concern itself
with public affairs issues affecting
Enterfaith Meet Set by Temple Israel Sisterhood
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Man tu Man. on t'h. 2, will be
presented live at Temple Nrael
sterhood's interfaith meeting, ac-
irding to an announcement this
Week by Mrs. Morris Greene, pres-
ident of the Sisterhood.
The Temple Israel Sisterhood
Baptist Church, and Council of
Churches to bo their guests Wed-
nesday, Feb. 16. 1 p.m., at the
Temple Israel.
A "Man to Man" program will
be conducted similar to the Ch. 2
presentation featuring ministers, a
lias invited women from the Holy priest and rabbi.
Family Catholic Church, Central, Rev. Luther Pierce, moderator
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Marlene Singer, now Mrs. Richard B. Stone, came to
Miami with her family, the William Singers, when she was
a mere babe in arms, m\ months old to be exact. A real
Floridian. she attended Coral Way Elementary, Shenandoah
Junior High and Miami High. As the spoiled baby of the
family, she enjoyed every minute of a pleasant childhood
She attended Vender bill University, where she was a mem-
ber of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority. Mortar Board and Phi
Beta Kappa. She graduated magna cum laude.
With a twinkle in her voice. Marlene observed that
these diplomas don't mean much hung over the washer and
dryer machines today.
It was a whirlwind courtship
after Marlene met Richard in the
summer of her senior year. After
- k dates, they were engaged. They
were married following Marlene's
graduation. The stone moppets are
Nancy, Amy. and Elliot. They are
now getting to the age when the
whole family will be able to en-
gage m activities together, Mar-
lene has an outgoing personality
and the gift of friendship. Growing
up with childhood friends, and con-
tinuing friendships as each mem-
b t ol the circle gets married, form
a firm foundation for a social life
and community participation that
MARLINE are both rewarding and tun.
Marlene feels that she herself is so very fortunate to be
part of a closely-knit family group of all of the Singers and
the Alfred Stones. "They're much more than family," she
confided. "They're friends." Among her numerous activities
are the Young Women's Division of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, project chairman for the Young Patroness
of the Opera, volunteer worker in the Suburban League, and
a Brownie Leader.
The Stone home in South Miami has a most unusual
p ol. with an electric aluminum cover run b\ four motors
It also serves as a bottom for the pool, controlling the height
u: the water so that baby can play in two inches or two
feet of water. The Stones like television, movies, opera, foot-
ball, bowling and the theater things that they can do to-
gether. They also like to read; although Marlene insists on
books that she can read fast. Entertaining is done at home
as much as possible. "Richard is a great family man.'' ex-
plained Marlene, "but I'm atraid that now he is going to
be busier than ever." Added Marlene: "Whenever he wants
me to go with him. I'll be ready." And that may mean quite
often from now on. Richard was just named Miami City At
[ley. The Stone family is mighty proud of their Daddy.
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Spring flowers and white trim
decorated Temple Israel for the
afternoon nuptials on Sunday. Jan.
30. which united Mary Ann Kaul-
man and Charles Ruflner.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Mm-
raj ll. Kaufman. Durham, N. C,
and formerly of Miami Beach, new-
Mrs. Ruffner had Ellen Blumen-
kranz as maid of honor. The bride-
groom, son of Mr and Mrs. Joseph
H. Ruffner. 2516 SW 20th St., had
his lather as best man.
Officiating rabbi was Dr. .Joseph
Narot. and a reception followed
the double ring candlelight cere-
mony.
Wearing a floor-length bridal
gown styled with reembroidere I
alencon lace bodice and satin
skirt, new Mrs. Ruffner carried
white orchids and lily-of-the valk '
on her husband's confirmation
Bible.
Now working toward a Master's
degree at the American University
in Washington, D. C, the bride is
a graduate of Miami Beach Senior
High, attended Sophie Newcomb
Pill
MRS. JOEL HIRSCHHORN
Miss Hirsch Eyes
June Wedding
To Noel Zusmer
Mr and Mrs. Irving Hirsch. 1630
SW 1st Ave announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Roxanna
' N01 I Ri berl Zu! m r son of M r
and Mrs. Harry Zusmer. of N. Mas
sapequa, I. [., N. V.
The bride elect attended the
University "I Florida and
1 ted from the University of Miami
School of Education.
She was president of Tri Eta So-
rority, regional chaplain for B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization and ac-
tive in National yuill and Scroll,
she is teaching at (oral Heel Ele-
mentary School.
Her Dance is a graduate of the
University of Miami and 1- now
attending medical school.
A summer wedding is pi
MRS. CHARLES RUffNfR
Hirschhorns Will
Live at Univ.
Of Wisconsin
\ stylized gazebo ol 1 bbon and
Is of flowers in the garden
ot the bride's home was the set-
ting for the Saturday, Jan 29 cer-
nj uniting the former Evelyn
Ruth Finkelstein Hirsch
horn
D Joseph Narot officiated and
a reception and dinner sel under
a tent in the garden followed the
nupl
nts of the iuple arc Mr
Charles H. Finkelstein,
819 Catalonia, and Fire Island.
N Y. and Mr and Mi Leo S.
Hirschhorn, ol L Norwalk, Conn.
1 in marriage b} her father,
the bride cho?< a sown of ivory
la veiled it: silk .an?a in
princess style Lace appli-
- embroidered with seed pearls
and seed beads covered the bod-
ice and skirt, and the train was
held to the upper waist of the
; b\ loops ot peau de soie The
bouffant veil floated from a flat
plateau headpiece of lace and she
carried a cascade of tulips and li
in white.
Bride's matron of honor was
Mrs Kobeit Fielding, with Kathj
com and Mrs Richard Epstein,
the groom's sister, as bridesmaids.
Richard Epstein served as best
am! groomsmen included
Jaj Finkelstein, I bride's broth-
er. I-'..! Weiser, Louis Bassin, the
1 >: father, and Sol
.- ninsky, the bi li indfather
tig and
: lirschhoi n 1 h e groom's
ter, ushered
Iheir return edding
trip, the resume
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>\.- .- n, v. lie : ide is ma-
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bi V 1 ion! 1- ii id year
He recei ed a BA degree
Universitj il Connecti
College, has an undergraduate de
jrce trom the University of Mian;
and did graduate work at v
York University. She taught mush
in Dade County elementary ichooli
for several years and is a membei
of Sigma Alpha Iota, music soi
ority.
Mr. Ruffner is a gradual!
Miami Senior High, has a degree
in accounting from the University
of Florida, and graduated cum
laude from the University of Mian-
Night Law School while workin,
as internal revenue agent.
He served as historian tor P
Lambda Phi, social fraternity, an 1
on the staff of the Law Review H
is a member of Phi Kappa Phi
scholastic honorary. Phi Alph.
Delta, legal fraternity, and 1.
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Now a trial attorney with th
Tax Division the Department
Justice in Washington. Mr. Ruffiu
and his bride will live in Arlin.
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Gcil Kantor Weds
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A bridal gown of chantillj lac
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Da ighter of Mr and Mrs Jai -
Kantor. L7350 NE 12th Ct th
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Bridal attendants were Susa
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Page 9-B
TEMPLE Ju'feu held its annual
dinner dance Saturday even-
ing in ihe Temple Social Hall,
honor ng members who have
worked toward the new building
fund. The dan was Temple
Judea's lasl to be held in the old
site al 320 Palermo. Coral Gables.
Next year's parallel event will
be scheduled in the new Temple
currently under construction on
Granada Blvd.
Co-chairmen for the evening
were Mis Mel Harrison and
Mrs Marvin Levin. .Mrs. Harri-
son's white Alaskan silk had an
Aline skirt and jeweled neckline
on her long-sleeved overblouse.
Mrs. Levin chose a royal blue
r.iu silk sheath i;ii a modified
ascol neckline Wife of the Tem-
ple's president, Mrs Joseph Kre-
fetz, those a white satin brocade
-heat featuring an empire band,
halter neckline, and matching
White pattei ned stockings
and white satin > completed
her ensemble
kJRS Irving S aman's two-
" pn e gold .line knit hail
long sleeves ami a jewel neckline
brought back iron-, a recent trip
i i': rence Italj Black sheer
wool wi worn bj Mrs. Alex Mil-
ler the Aline silhouette, it
was banded M i black satin at
: ie i eckline and fe itured the
111 -.'(Milder Strap treatment
Mrs. Max Deakter chose | I
satin in a sheath with a mate''
ing jacket. Satin-lined bugle
bead- were embroidered on the
collar of her jacket. Ombre lime
green brocade in a sheath and
matching coat h.is Mrs Prank
Tobacl choice for the dinner
danc<
Rabb Morns A. Kipper's wife
selected a jewel tone blue in an
embO! -ed chiffon -heath. Her
sleew li ss bodice .'.a- fitted and
had the slashed bateau neckline.
Mrs : dmond Gamse bought the
fabrU lor her skirl in Italy and
had f e suit gre m and black cut
velvet designed into a skirt with
controlled fullness Her bodice
was in black velvet with loon
sleevi Hot pink -ilk created the
dinnei suit worn by Mrs. Robert
Mam cw rdinal I with a black
se |Uined shell
RYS>tal beading on the bo-
** dice ot the canary yellow
Italiai knit m irn by Mrs. Man
rice Waldorf was designed In a
diagonal pattern Mrs. Manuel
Serkin's theatre ensemble was in
an embossed pink crystaline silk.
A white Alaskan fabric suit with
the surplice bodice was worn by
Mrs Irving Sussman. Her black
silk blouse had the softly-cowled
neckliiu Mrs Lee Lebow was in
a two-piece white matellasse en
semble Ivorj ra silk with Ba-
varian lace over pink in the bo-
dice was Mrs. Sol Greenblatt's
i ..me [or the evening.
Mrs. Richard Horwich's silk
brocade combined jewel tones of
blue and ureen. White ribbed -ilk
was the fabric of Mrs. Louise
Goldenkoff's double-breasted din-
ner suit with rhinestone buttons.
Mrs Moe Langer chose a -nod
satin ensemble with a high rilled
collar of black diamond mink
AIRS. ALAN FOCtL
New Chapter
Being Organized
In North Dade
A new chapter o( Phi Sigma Sig-
ma Alumnae is being organized
[or the North Dade and Hollywood
areas. Meeting is scheduled for
Tuesday evening at the home of
Mrs Howard s Schwartz, 17>41
. E Mh Cl
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Rob-
ert Rosen, national president and
a founder of the Greater Miami
Alumnae Chapter.
one of the founding groups for
the local Cerebral Palsy Associa
lion and the National Children's
Cardiac Hospital, Greater Miami
Chapter has provided 18 scholar-
ships for young science students,
Chapter officers are Mrs. Ste-
phen Bobbins, president: Mrs. Berl
Soug, vice president; Miss Roberta
Ossip. treasurer; Mis Bernard
I'.aer. secretary.
Mrs. Jack Lancer's emerald
green brocade featured a square
neck bodice with a modified A-
line silhouette. Turquoise and
olive combined in the ensemble
worn by Mrs. Nard Ilelman fea-
turing three-piece costume with
the overblouse in olive and a cut-
away jacket.

BLACK silk chiffon topped with
* a black brocade coat was
worn by Mrs. Doran /inner. Mrs
Ralph Rosen's two-piece white
ribbed silk was trimmed with
pearls and fringe. The striking
rose print on a silver and cold
lame sheath worn bj Mrs. Meyer
Baskin was bought in Aruba.
Deep V-decolIetage in black sheer
wool was seen on Mrs. V
Goldberg.
Muted Nile green chiffon with
a long waisted overblouse was
Mrs Irving Schwartz's choice.
Mrs, Art Apple chose an Amer-
ican Beauty Rose silk brocade
theatre ensemble I'.lack silk
brocade theatre ensemble. Black
crepe with triple tiered nif-
ties was worn by Mrs. Charles To-
back.
MRS. E. JEROME DAVICS
Becker, Fogel
To Tour Florida
Ita Myra Keeker, daughter of
Mr and Mis. Edward 1. Becker.
0 SW 26th I.e. became the
Man Sydney Pogel, son
ot Mr and Mrs. Joseph Pogel, of
61 IS SW 30th St., on Sunday after-
noon, Jan 30, al the VM and WHA,
with Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rab-
bi Simon April officiating.
Mrs Matthew K Becker was
matron ot honor, and bridesmaids
vcre Mrs. Laurence Pogel, Sharon
Pogel, Annette Grant and Arlene
Miller. Mark Becker was ring
bearer.
Laurence .1. Pogel was best man
for hi> brother and ushers were
Dr Matthew K. Becker, Steven
David Sokolow, and Law-
rence Sokolow.
The bride's dress of silk peau
de soie had long sleeves tapered to
.i pi int Imported alencon lace
with pearl-embroidered appliques
ccrated the fronl of the gown.
i.r.d the sweep train covered the
-heath skirt The headpiece of
matching alencon lace and the
-weep tram and pearls had a bouf-
fant-tiered veil, and she carried
her confirmation Bible covered
with white orchids and stephanotis.
New Mrs Pogel graduated from
liami Senior High attended
Miami Dade Junior College, and
will craduate from the Universitj
i Vliami in June and a degree In
ation. She was confirmed at
Beth Kodesh Congregation, and
at present is teaching Sundaj
i i ool there.
Mr, Pogel graduated from Coral
Gables Senior High, attended
Miami-Dade Junior College, and
graduated from the University of
Miami in January, with a BA de-
gree. He will become assoi cited
with the Brown Engineering Co.
al liuntsville. Ala., as an associate
mathematician.
Mr and Mrs. Pogel, will tour
Plorida on their honeymoon.
Seacoast Women
Elect Officers
Mrs \al Schoenberg was elected
president of the newly-formed
Women's Group of Seacoast Tow-
i rs at a recent meeting here.
Other officers elected at the
meeting in the Seacoast Towers
South W imen's Social Club. 5101
i ollins Ace., were Mesdames Sol
Klein and Meyer Zucker, vice
presidents: Joseph Ostro, treasur-
er; Martin Birnbaum, financial
secretary and M. .1. Abelson, rec-
ording secretarj
Also Mesdames Harry Miner.
si cial secretary; Michael Allen,
membership chairman; Harry
Miner, publicity; and Manny Fas-.
co-publicity.
All meetings are held on the
fourth Thursday morning of the
month.
White Silk Suit
For Miss Mishket
Susan Ellen Mishket chose a
white silk suit for her marna.e
to E. Jerome Davis on Saturday,
Jan. 29.
Following the ceremony, per-
formed by Rabbi Max Shapiro, the
couple lett for Daytona Beach.
On their return, they will live in
So. Miami.
Attendants at the nuptials were
Leslie Tendrich, matron of honor,
and Dr. Hyman Merlin, best man.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saul
I. Blake. 2956 SW 26th St.. the
bride is a graduate of Miami Sen-
ior High and ol Walsh School of
Business St
Parents of ine bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Emlyn Davics, 3561
SW 14th St Now attending the Uni-
versity of Miami. Davics graduated
from Miami Senior High and at-
tended the Pasadena Playhouse in
Calif.
He serves a- vice president of
the Theater Guild and is a mem-
ber of Alpha Epsilon Rho Fratern-
ity and U. S. Marine Corps Be-
-(rve.
Hadassah Groups
Slate Meetings
Kadimah group Of Miami Beach
Hadassah will hold its regular lun-
cheon meeting at the Singapore
Hotel on Wedncsda;. at 11:30 a.m.
Mrs. Max Raskin is president
Hannah Senesch group-of Ha-
dassah will meet on Tuesday for
a noon luncheon at the Algiers h*0
tel Mrs Maurice Shillman and the
Esquire Group will present a tab-
leau. "This is Hadassah." Mrs. Syl-
via Km land is president.
Bob Hope Due Here
Bob Hope will be master .d cere-
monies at the seventh annual
fund raising dinner for the Na-
tional Parkinson Foundation .it the
ille Hotel on Saturday. Feb.
12. Hope will provide the all star
show lor the occasion.
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Friday, February 4, 1968
MRS. STUART AUERBACH
MISS LINDA POST
SEN. SMATHERS
Rabbi Simon Set
At Menorah
Elyse Dubbin,
Stuart Auerbach
To Live on Beach
I :>.-c Elton Dubbin and Stuart
Auerbach weio married Thursday
nigjit, Jan. 27. in a candlelight cer-
imon\ at the Eden Roc Hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Daniel Dubbin, 6520 Al-
ii-on Rd. She is a graduate of the
I niversity of Miami, where she
was a member of Delta Phi Epsi-
lon Sorority, and is currently en-
rolled in graduate school in the
field of special education.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and .Mrs. Irving Auerbach. 940,
Michigan Ave. He is a graduate of
Riverside Military Academy and
a member of the Air Force Re-
serve. Currently, he is a senior Temple Menorah
majoring in electrical engineering Social Hall on
at the University of Miami. "The Higher Des-
Mrs. Stuart Rapee. sister of the tiny of the Amer-
bride, was matron of honor. At- ican Jew."
tc-ndants were Miss Jeri Greenberg The evening
and Mrs. Alvin Blake.
Mark Auerbach. brother of the
groom, was best man. Ushers were
Steven Dubbin. Stuart Rapee. Mi-
chael Auerbach. Edward Michaels,
and Alvin Blake
After a honeymoon trip, the
couple will live in Miami Beach,
Three Noted Floridians Get NCCJ Award;
Dr. Stanford Will Address Banquet Here
SERBIN
Three of Florida's most prom-
inent leaders in government, civic,
business and religious affairs will
receive the highest honor of the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews on Feb. 21 when the
NCCJ launches the countrywide
observance of Brotherhood Week
lor 1966 in Miami Beach.
United States Sen. George A.
Smathers; Frank J. Rooney. presi-
dent of Frank J. Rooney. Inc.. gen-
. eral contractors: and John N. Ser-
Rabbi Ralph -Simon, of Rodfei | bjn vk.0 pW8j(|ent of Serbin. Inc..
Zedek Congregation in Chicago, sportswear manufacturers, will
III., will speak on Thursday, Feb. each be presented the Silver Me-
, ., ., dallion Brotherhood Award at the
14th annual Brotherhood Dinner
of the Florida Region of the NCCJ
at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Their selection was announced
by Max Orovitz, chairman of
the awards committee of NCCJ,
and Harry Hood Bassett, presi-
dent of the First National Bank
of Miami, and general dinner
chairman.
The awards will be presented b>
Orovitz at the SlOO-a-plate black
tie function which this year will
mark the national kickoff of the
DR. STANFORD
ROONtY
sponsored by the
Southeast Region
of the United
S y n a g o g ue of
America.
Miss Shofner
Weds UM Student
Diane L. Shofner and Robert M
Blumenkranz were married Sim
day. Jan. 23. at the home of the
bridegroom's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Blumenkranz. 8927
Emerson Ave.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Saul Shofner. 670 40th
St. Horn in Madrid. Spain, she at
tended school in Birmingham, A'a.
San Juan. P. R.. and Miami Beach
High.
The bridegroom is a graduate of
Miami Senior High and is com-
pleting his final year at the Lni-
versity of Miami School of Engi-
neering.
After a Nassau honeymoon, the
couple will live at 180 SW 9th St.
Rabbi Simon, Rabbi Simon
who was ordained at the Jewish
Theological Seminary of Ameri-
ca, holds graduate degrees from
Columbia University, and was
past president of the Chicago
Board of Rabbis. He is one of
the founders of Camp Ramah in
Wisconsin, and is the author of
many articles appearing in nu-
merous periodicals.
lie was awarded the Doctor of
Divinity degree by the Jewish The-
ological Seminary of America, and
has been honored by the establish-
ment of a permanent professorship
the Ralph Simon Chair on Jew
ish Ethics and Mysticism. Rabbi
Simon, who is widely traveled, vis-
ited Russia last summer and will
report on his impressions of the
Jewish community there.
Rabbi Simon's appearance is the
third in a scries entitled "The
American JewA Conservative
Movement Viewpoint."' Jerry Suss-
man. chairman of the Adult Edu-
cation Commission, will be chair-
director of the Boulevard Na-
tional Bank, Rooney is well-
known for youth work through-
out the state. He has served as
a member of the Committee of
21 and of the City of Miami's
Beautification Committee and is
the winner of the H. B. Alexand-
er Award, highest citation for
safety in the building industry.
Past president of the Associated
General Contractors of America,
he has pioneered in the improve
ment of labor-management rela-
tions in the construction tracies
here.
Serbin. a past president of Tern
33rd anniversary of Brotherhood ,,ie Beth Sholom of Miami Beach.
Week, scheduled Feb 20 through
27. Dr. Henry King Stanford, presi-
dent of the University of Miami,
will be principal speaker.
Sen. Smathers. who recently an-
nounced his retirement from tho
United States Senate to take place
at the end of his current term m
January. 1969. Rooney and Serbin
will be cited for "outstanding con-
tributions to good human rela-
tions," Bassett said.
Smathers. who served two terms
is former general chairman of the
Combined Jewish Appeal of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federal ion.
Co-owner with his brother. Lewis,
of one of the Souths biggest dress
manufacturing organizations, he
has held key leadership positions
in the I'nited Fund and Welfare
Planning Council.
Currently a member of the na-
tional board of the NCCJ and a
former co-chairman of the Florida
Region, Serbin is a trustee of Mt.
the House of Representatives sinai Hospital and past president
Teachers Reveal
OeTlOTnai nere man 0f the evening, and Rabbi Si- ership "is generally credited with
Mr. and Mrs. S. David L. Post, of mon will be greeted and introduc- playing a significant role in the
ed by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz of absorption of tens of thousands of
in
prior to his first election to the
Senate in 1950. is the third rank-
ing member of his party in the
Senate. He has been elected sec-
retary of the Democratic Confer-
ence by his colleagues in 1961.
1963 and 1965.
Throughout his service in Con-
gress. Sen. Smathers has been
widely known for his efforts to
better the United States relation-
ship with Latin America. His leac
of Westview Country Club.
He was chairman of the
Heart Association drive.
1P61
19101 NE 20th Ave.. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Linda Ruth, to Harold Yaffa. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Yaffa.
of Camden. N. J.
A graduate of North Miami Sen-
ior High, the future bride earned
a BS degree in education from the
University of Alabama, and is cur-
rently on the faculty of Norland
Eh mentary School.
Mr. Yaffa. a graduate of Cam
den Senior High, received under-
graduate and graduate degrees
from Temple University and an
MS degree in biology from Florida
State University. He is presently
on the natural science faculty of
Miami-Dade Junior College.
Wedding plans are set for June
19.
Temple Menorah. Seymour Mann
is president of the Southeast Reg-
ion, and Rabbi Allen Rutchik is
director.
MISS GAIL LAZARUS
Gail Lazarus
Engaged Here
Fran* M. Lazarus. 3150 SW 15th
St., has announced the engagement
of his daughter. Gail Frances, to
Harris Joel Gubernick, son of Mrs.
benjamin Gubernick. 4 So. Shore
Di and the late Mr. Gubernick.
'i he bride-to-be is also the daugh-
ter of the late Mrs. Freda La/a-
The future bride is a graduate
of Miami Senior High and attend-
ed the University of Miami where
she will start laboratory training
in March at the school of cyto-
technology. Her sorority is Alpha
Epsilon l hi.
The prospective bridegroom
graduated from Miami Senior High-,
and Miami Ha le Junior Colle e
and is now attending the Univer-
sity of Miami He is ;i member of
Sigma Lambda Phi, social fratern-
ity.
Temple Sinai Has Open House
Temple Sinai Religious School; Educational committee members
ill hold Open House for parents i are George Ban. chairman, Her-
on Sunday during regular sessions, man Rodstcin, Mrs Herman Gray-
rom 9 to 1 p.m.. at John F. Ken- ; son. Mrs. Norman Gitlitl and Louis
iedy Junior High. ISahm.
Brandeis Dean
To be Speaker
At Beth Sholom
Prof. Harold Weisberg. dean of
the Graduate School of Brandeis
University, will speak at the con-
cluding lecture of the current Tem-
ple Beth Sholom adult education
series Monday night, 9 p.m.. at
the Temple.
One of the nation's leading edu-
cators. Dean Weisberg also is as-
sociate professor of philosophy at
Brandeis. He will discuss "What
Ideologies Motivate American
Jewry?'"
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Beth Sholom, will sum-
marize the five-part series on
"Who and What is the American
Jew?" The lectures were based
on "The American Jew A Re-
appraisal," compiled and edited
by Oscar I. Janowsky.
Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, South-
eastern director of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
will discuss Solomon Schccler at
an 8 p.m. session preceding Dean
Weisberg's talk.
The series is under the auspices
of the adult education committee
headed by Mrs. Irving Kushman.
Other committee members include
Mrs. Jerome Benson, Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Cooper, Mrs. Royal Flagg
Jonas, James Knopke. Mrs. Har-
vey E. Kramer. Mrs. Bennet Lee.
Mrs. David Miller. Mrs. David
Muskat. Philip Postelnek, Mrs.
Kurt Schmelzer, Dr. and Mrs.
Leonard Sflverman, Mrs. Martin
Steiner and Bernard Steuer.
Cuban refugees by Florida's econ-
omy with a minimum of human
relations problems.
Rooney is general chairman of
the 1966 Diocesan Development
Fund, which provides the central
source of Catholic charity activ-
ities in South Florida. He heads a
Miami building firm that is among
the nation's largest.
Three times president of the
Miami Builders Exchange, a
member of of the Dade County
Development Committee and a
Pittsburgh-born, Serbin moved
here from Cleveland 14 years
ago. A graduate of Duqueine
University, where he was a class-
mate of Miami Bishop Coleman
F. Carroll, Serbin has been a
leader in interfaith activities.
Bishop Carroll was a Silver Me-
dallion recipient last year.
In announcing the awards, Bas-
sett and Orovitz noted that the
Feb. 21 dinner "will be the first
occasion for a grateful community
to honor Sen. Smathers since ill-
ness forced him to announce his
impending retirement from pub-
lie service.
"And in John N. Serbin and
Frank J. Rooney. we have two
other men whose community
efforts merit this significant honor
from a state with achievements in
human relations in recent years
equalled by few and surpassed by
none.''
Final arrangements are made for the all-out membership rally
to be held by the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah in the
Miami Beach Auditorium on Monday, 1 p.m. Members and
friends in all 18 groups on Miami Beach are invited, when
Mrs. Jennie Grosinger will receive the Myrtle Wreath Award,
and George Jessel will be master of ceremonies. Left to right
are Mesdames Maurice Cahn, arrangements chairman; Phil-
lip Thau, program; and Norman Meyers, membership chair-
man. Seated is Mrs. Nat Barth, president oi the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah.


Friday. February 4, 1966
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Page 1 IB
Jfyar Lynn Plant
Friday evening services, Feb. 4.
. i Beth Torah Congregation will
.nclwle the Bas Mitzah of Lynn,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rubin
Palant, 885 NE J78th Ter.
A seventh grader at .John P. Ken-
nedy Junior High. Lynn plays pi-
ano and flute and spends spare
time bowling and horseback-rid-
ing.
The celebrant will be honored
al a party for her friends on Sat-
urday night in her home.
David Zelnicker
David Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Zelniker. 1785 Marseille
Dr., will become Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday, Feb. 5. at Temple
Emanu-El.
David i> in the seventh grade at
Nautilus Junior High and plays
saxophone in the school band. He
likes all sports, especially water-
skiing.
The celebrant will be honored
..l ,i reception Sunday at the Fa-
mous Restaurant,
Mrs. Sadie Sokoloff, Matthew's
grandmother, will attend t he
i \ lilt.
Neal Slansky
Seal, son of Mr. and Mrs .Inks
Slansky, 1235 Cleveland Rd., will
become Bar Mitzvah Saturday
orning, Feb. 5. at Temple Men-
orah.
Neal is a student in the Relig-
ious School of the Temple and
also attends Nautilus .Junior
:luh, where he is a seventh grad-
er. Neal has been active in Ihc
Optimist Football League and Lit-
tle League Ba-,cball.
A dinner dance reception will
be held in Seal's honor at the
DeauviUe Hotel on Saturday eve
nine.
Out-of-town guests include his
grandmother, Mrs. Helen Slansky,
ii in New York.
*
Sandra Berenthal
Sandra, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Morris Berenthal. 7610 Hard
ing Ave., "ill become Bas Mitzvah
Fridaj < vening, Feb. 4. at Temple
Menorah.
Sandra i> a student in the Re-
mis School and is also an eighth
ider at Nautilus .Junior High.
An Oneg Shabbat in Sandra's
honor will follow services.
Robert Levy
Robert, son of North Miami
Women's Auction Wednesday
The "Y's" Women of the YM
and wiia of Greater Miami will
devote their monthly meeting Wed-
lesday, 10 a.m.. at 8500 SW 8th
si to an old-fashioned auction
Clothing, household goods, hats
and furniture are among the items
which will be auctioned at thai
time, announced Mrs. Leonard Lu-
na, president.
I
Beach Councilman and Mrs. l.e-
loy Levy. 1020 NE 179th St.. will
observe his Bar Mitzvah during
services on Saturday morning.
Feb. 5, at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion.
Kiddn-.li will follow the cere
mony.
An eighth grader at .John F.
Kennedy Junior High, the cele
brant is a member ol the Temple
I'SY and plays tennis.
Mr and Mrs. Louis Levy, grand-
parents of the Bar Mitzvah, will
attend.
-<
David Berman
David. >on of Mr. and Mrs
Her.-ch Berman. 3321 SW 18th St.,
will become Bar Mitzvah at Beth
David Congregation on Saturday
morning, Feb. 5.
David is an eighth grade student
at Shena.ndoah lliuh School, and
has been attending Beth David
Religious School for the past seven
years. His Interests include ath-
letics, piano-playing, science, and
In is a member of the Student
Council.
Mr. and Mrs Nechemia Golem-
bibwsky, grandparents of the cele-
brant, will attend the services and
Kiddush at Beth David sponsored
bj the parents.
David's lather has been a mem
lier of the Beth David Hebrew
School staff for 10 years.
Matthew Bell
Matthew Alan, son ol Mrs.
Yvette W. Bell, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday, Feb. 5, at
Temple Emnmi-El.
Matthew is in the seventh grade
at Nautilus Junior High and is
class representative to the student
Council He is interested in spoils,
and his hobby is coin-collecting.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception following the ser-
vice at the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Fannie Willing and Mrs.
Gussie Bell. Matthew's grand
mothers, will attend the event.
David Zelnicker
David Berman
Knesseth Israel
JNF Tu B'Shevat
William Bornstein. president of
the Jewish National Fund Council
ol Greater Miami, announced this
week that Rabbi David Lehrfield,
spiritual leader of Knesseth Israel
Congregation, will again partici-
pate in the traditional JNF Tu
B'Shevat Oneg Shabbat at the con
gregation on Friday at 8 p.m.
Knesseth Israel is the only con-
gregation in Greater Miami which
has established this Jewish Na-
tional Fund tradition," Bornstein
said.
Bornstein added that "Rabbi
Lehrfield and Louis Dublin, presi-
dent ol Knesseth Israel, have
shown a laudable spirit ot coopera-
tion in their effort to further the
programs ol the Jewish National
Fund in Greater Miami."
The Oneg Shabbat will be dedi-
cated in honor of Rabbi Lehrfield.
according to Zev VV. Kogan, who
is also scheduled as guest speaker,
Bishop Sheen
To be Speaker
Most Rev. Fulton J. Sheen will
he a principal speaker at the
Jackie Gleason dinner tendered in
Gleason's honor by the national
r'nai B'rith Youth Services Or
ganization on Sunday, Mar. 13, ;>
the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Gleason and Bishop Sheen arc
life-long friends.
Tickets to the dinner are "going
extremely well," according to an
announcement Wednesday by Mil-
ton Weiss, president of Miami
Beach Fedcial Savings and Loan
Vssociation. Col. Mitchell Wolfson
Is dinner chairman.
Rabbi Lehrman,
Of Detroit, Will
Officiate Here
Rabbi Moses Lehrman. of De-
troit, Mich., father-in-law of Rabbi
Max A LlpschitZ, Of No. Miami
Beach, will he guest speaker at
Beth Torah Congregation on Fri-
day evening.
Rabbl Lehrman. spiritual leader
of B'nai Moshe Congregation in
Detroil for the past 18 years, is
Students Will Speak
Bernard Lewis. Bruce Kesti >
and Gary Kaplan, students of Sk
Lake Synagogue Hebrew SctlOO
v ill speak on the meaning 'of T
B'Shevat during services on Fi
day evening.
Sweetheart Fete
At Miami 'Y'
Sweetheart Dance will be hel I
at the YM and WHA of Create
Miami on Feb. 12 at 8:30 p.m.
'The Sweetheart Dance is on
of the most important function
lor 1966 sponsored by the 'Y's
Women Auxiliary," announce.
Mrs. Leonard Luria. president.
There will be dancing to H;
Radar's orchestra. Polynesian foorl
and exotic drinks will be served.
Chairman of the Sweetheai
Dance is Mrs. Jerome Klein. Men
bers of the committee are Mr
Bui Harris. Mrs. Mel .taeksoi
Mrs. Herb Markowitz. Mrs. Hci
man Getter, Mrs. Paul Rheingoli
Mrs. Sidney Pasternak. Mrs. San
Sheradsky and Mrs. Leonard Lurii
the hrother of Dr. Irving
man. of Temple Fmanii El,
Leh
Service to Honor
Library Founder
Harry Simons will be among pul-
pit guests during Friday evening
services at Beth David in honor
of the fourth anniversary of the
library there bearing his name.
Also participating in the celebra-
tion will be Mrs. Albert Beer,
chairman, and Mrs. Melvin Rosen-
bauni. librarian.
A library exhibit will be present-
ed at the Oneg Shabbat
The Principal and Teachers of
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Join in Blessing
Mr. and Mrs. Hersch Berman
With a Hearty Mazel Tov on the Bar Mitzvah
of their son
DAVID
May Hs Continue to be a Source of
Pride and Joy to his Parents
and to the Community of Israel
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engaged to officiate during
the Passover holidays at the
Waldman Hotel here, accord-
ing to Sam Waldman, presi-
dent of the Waldman Family
Hotels. Cantor Gelb is noted
for his religious and musical
programs on TV and Radio
Station WEVD, New York.
The Passover observance be-
gins Apr. 4.
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Friday. February 4, 1966
Small Claims Court Judge
Ray Nclhan was this week
named by Gov. Haydon
Burns to ill the imsxp'red
term of Circuit Court Judge
Pa! Cannon, who di?d two
weeks ego. The 48-y
jurist has lived in Dade
. since 1920. He was
- ppcinted to the '-
r\ the late Gcv. Den Mc-
Coa March, 1953.
UAHC Ccmp
Planning for Jure
The Ray and Philip N. Colcman
Camp-Institute, sponsored by the
n of American Hebrew Con-
itions, and serving Reform Ju-
. in the Southeast, is accept-
ing applications for the coming
.summer camp season.
Located at the foot of the Rlue
Ridge .Mountains, the CoIiiikmi
Camp Institute offer- activities
planned for appeal to youth of all
ages, and led by qualified instruct-
ors, trained in all phases of recre-
ation and camping and dedicated
to the ideal- ni Reform Judaism.
The six sessions are divided in-
to junior, boys and girls, 9 to 11:
tween, hoys and girls, 12 to 13;
counselor-in-training, boys and
girls, 16 to 18; Lead1 rship Seminar.
10th through 112 grades;
.-Kir's' Institute co-ed, end of 9th
through I2t'i grades; Adult Insti-
tutes, including ten her- and youth
Complete information prior to
June 1 l- a\ aili bl at the UAHC
colcman Camp-Institute, 8H> Con-
go -- Bldg Miami 33132.
ARTHUR'S
COURT
STROLLING VIOLINS
DINNER SUPPER
MIAMI
SPRINGS
VILLAS
500 Deer Run TU 8-4521
Alt BRUNS, Co-Owner
Young Israel
Tu 'hevat
Program Sunday
Ireri ol the '>' ung Israel of
{real r '. ami w II | artioipate in
pn am Sunday,
ling I tabbi A
A Richter, director ol education.
ii feature an as
, tire
i n Isimfl an : r< Stations by
, | resentatives ol each of the
classes of the Young l.-iael Religi-
ius School.
Award acknowli :.-ement will
h made to students who sold the
osl '. es lor, .PdBtJng i" Israel
itn long campaign.
Tha new Young Israel Boy
Seoul unit will observe the holi-
day w.th a nature anc1 conserva-
tion coy hike. Lewis Goodrran,
direnor of youth activities, said
that boys registered in the troop
by the Feb. 3 mealing would be
eiig.Lle to participate.
Sen or Patrol Leader for
,m event will be Byron Goldstein,
:.:- patrol member successfully
io i i ti ndi i fool require-
.nents.
Man:.- Lerner, congregation
president, and Milton Gottlieb,
chairman ot the committee for
; i uth education, said thai "it is
rewarding to see the children of
our community making the syna-
gogue a;i integral part of their
.ives."
ftebbi Stauber
To be Honored
3y Young Israel
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber will be
honored by Young Israel of Great-
er Miami, according to an an-
nouncement Wednesday by Harry
Lerner, president of the congre-
gation.
Lerner said that Young Israel's
spiritual leader has been unani-
mously voted as guest of honor at
a dinner in the Fontainebleau
Hotel on Sunday. Feb. 27.
Named as chairman of the din-
ner committee is Robert Finkel
stein, charter member of Young
Israel.
Mr-. Dorothy Gartner, president
of the Sisterhood, said that "we
hope to recognize Young Israel's
great debt to its spiritual leader."'
Coordinator of the committee of
parents of the Religious School is
Mrs. Edythe Stern, president of
the I'TA.
RAt,8l EMAJVWI GtiTING:*
Rabbi Gel-finger
At Bef'i Israel
Torah Lecture
Ral bi Emanuel Gettinger, spi-
ritual leader of Young Israel ol
the West Side in Now York City,
will 'c third guest speaker in th?
Torah Thoughts Lecture Series
sponsored by Beth Israel Congre
gation on Miami Beach.
Moses J. Grundwerg, president
of Beth Israel, said Rabbi Getting-
er "ill appear next Tuesday eve-
ning in a discussion of "Israel
Some of the Theological Implica-
tions of the Founding of the State."
The lecture is slated for the
Harry N. Schwartz Auditorium of
Beth" Israel at 770 W. 40th St.
Members of the Beth Israel
Torah Thoughts Lecture Series
committee are Samuel Waldman,
Martin Genet, and Maurice Gold-
ring.
Question and answer period mo
derated by Rabbi Berel Wein. spi- '
ritual leader of Beth Israel, will
follow the lecture.
Fine, Stein
Will Co-Chair
Monte Dsaer
\ C. Fine, nationally known
philanthropist, and Jack Stein,
leading Miami Beach merchant,
have been named chairmen <>t the
third annual New Horizons dinner
for the Jev ish Convalescent Home
of South Florida Both have re-
ceived the Home's highest honor
previously as "Man of the year."
Mrs. Joseph E. Reiser, president
of the -.kosher convalescent an*
nursing home, announced the ap-
pointment this week, stating also
that the homes traditional affair
will be held on Mar. 19 at the
Deauville Hotel.
The community supported, non-
profit institution, also known as
Bikur Cho'im, is now in its
eighth year of operation as a
kefher convalescent home serv-
ing welfare and indigent pa-
tients.
The New Horizons theme, first
selected in 1965 upon announce-
:: ni oi plans for a long-awaited
new home facility, will be used to
signify the actual completion of
A. C. Fine Joct Stein
thi se plans, Originally is a 73 bed home, pi b i anee has encouraged a 96-bed facility with i scheduled to begin within met i\t '11 to ruction he next
00 days.
Sidney Siege) is o\ei tor of the Jewish Cc lirec-ilesce i t
Home.
Wills to be Topic
Women's Am< rican IT, Isl-
: Chapter, will ho Its next
regular m eting at th< i rcelona
i, or lay i 'aul B.
St< inberg. at'oi nej. w i
-Wills and Bills
Beach Bank
Adds to Board
New directors elected to the
board of Bank of Miami Beach at
the recent annual stockholders
meeting are:
Florence Kupperman. civic lead-
er; former State Sen. W. C. (Cliff)
I'ei roll; William S. Shorenstem.
attorney: William Waller. Miami
Leach pharmacist: Jack Stein, su-
permarket owner: Marvin Rauzin,
real estate broker; Stuart G. New-
nan. public relations consultant;
Maxwell D. Honsinger, the bank's
senior vice president; and Robert
D. Lang, bank vice president.
They join Marvin W. Lewis,
chairman, renamed to the presi-
dency: and Miami Beach Council-
man D. Lee Powell, who has been
on the board since the commer-
, eial bank was founded in 1955.

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TIRED OF SHOPPING
FROM STORE TO STORE
Bramson Eyes
So. Miami Seat
In Tuesday Race
Ed Bramson. civic leader and
active in the Knights of Pythias,
will be seeking his first political
post Tuesday, when voters of
South Miami go to the polls to
elect new councilmen.
Bramson has served as prcsi
dent of the South Miami Fiesta
Association. South Miami Recrea-
tion Advisory Council secretary
and with the South Miami Friends
of the Public library.
Named by B'nai B'rith as one
of Dade County's ten outstand-
ing men two years ago, Bram-
son is a former South Miami
City auditor, a member of the
CPA Legislative Committee,
founder of the South Miami
Lodge of Knights of Pythias and
chairman of the Dade County
Rare Book Club sponsored by
that organization.
Bramson. a Miami CPA. and his
wife, Delores, and daughters. Bet-
, sy and Nancy, live at 6000 Twin
Lakes Dr.. South Miami.
During the campaign. Bramson
has spelled out the campaign is-
sues and has been cited by his
j supporters "for the excellent man-
ner in which he has waged his
campaign for the council seat."'
"Among those endorsing Bram-
son are former Mayor Paul Tevis,
prominent banker and civic lead-
er Omar Stang. Rep. Murray Dub-
bin, Attorney Sid Efronson and
outgoing Councilman Joe Cline, '
his supporters declare.
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regular meeting of Sholem Lodge,
B'nai B'rith. on Tuesday evening,
at Temple Zamora. according to
Mel Haber, program chairman for
the lodge.
speaker will he introduced by
David A. Rayvis, past president of
His topic at the Feb. 8 meeting
It "The Anti Defamation League
Where Has it Been Where is it
going in the Field of Human Rela-
tions?"
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rriday. 7'ebruary 4. 1966
+Jenisli fhridfirin
'oale Zion Exec,
ipecks Tuesday
'o Local Branch
Daniel ;iim, executive director
the national office of Poale
gion, wi be guest speaker at the
iaim Greenberg Branch of Great-
pi Mian.: on Tuesday evening at
the Font, :nebleau Hotel.
Chairinj the cultural program
ill be Dr. Simon Wilensky. im-
hiediate past president. Abrani Ell-
is pi I -ulent.
Other featurea of the meeting
will be installation of new mem-
I > am nuaical selections by
I yce Fi ber.
Page 13-B
Piefrack Will
[Chair Zionist
Member Drive
president of the Mi-
Ri a Zionist District, has an
i'. < ei appointment of Irv-
Pii' a new iy elected vie*
idei the district, as m< n
lirman
a note I violinist, i^
ml the community
is i ipation in many ci\ ic
- organizations, He i^
oi the Pj thian
ason, Elk, member ol
: president of th
. the Je i sli i
and ;i member of
and the American
ri -
i ship chairman of I u
District in I
track has underti ken to
hip dj ive t'> en-
ii al 360 membe
h anniversary of the
ii I in April.
His t : 360 members, 20 new
each year of id- es-
ul the state of Israel,
v set at the fust meeting of the
I ;'" sh of the membership
h end Hayim Fershko,
:. u.-i .misband-wife team,
tertain at Hibiscus
Auditorium on Sunday at 8
Mi Fershko is the well-
wn soprano. Her husband
i the talented pianist-com-
'.-. The duo, just returned
3 Miam Bsach after a suc-
tui season at Grossin-
r's in Mew York, have ap-
icrtionally on the Ed
S illivan Show.
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IRVING P.ETkACX
Southern BeSi
]n Mow Progress
S thern Bell s Electronic Cen-
tral office to be built in downtown
Miami will be part ol .i system de
signed someday to place the ex-
citement and convenience of
space-age communication ;it the
fingertips of every telephone-user.
The heart of this Bell System de-
velopment is a miniaturized mem-
ory unit which not only switches
calls electronically but remembers
instructions magnetically written
into it. Enough units to servt 3.100
lines will be housed in the central
olfice's building at 25 NE 2nd St.,
scheduled to be completed in 1967.
stored program control makes
possible "abbreviated dialing."
Abbreviated dialing will mean that
frequently-calling numbers can be
stored in the central office's mem-
ory units so that all future calls
to these numbers can be made
by dialing only two or four digits
instead Ol the Usual seven or elev-
en.
The electronic switching system
will permit much wider USC ot the
Touch-Tone telephone set. On this
instrument, the conventional ro-
tary dial has been replaced by out-
tons, making dialing faster and
lowering the possibility of error
Grunhut to Chair
ferael Cavalcade
Here on Feb. 26
Abraham A. Grunhut will be
chairman of tch seventh annual
cavalcade of Israel Stars, it was
announced by Albert E. Ossip.
chairman of the Presidents Coun-
cil cf the Greater Miami Districts
of the Zionist Organization of
America, under whose auspices the
Cavalcade will be brought to
Miami Julius Rosenstein will
serve as patron chairman.
The cavalcade will bring to
Miami Beach, for one performance
only in the Miami Beach Auditor-
ium on Saturday night. Feb. 2C.
the outstanding artists and enter-
tainers ol Israel in a show of popu-
lar Israeli and international music.
dancing and pantomime.
Grunhut, vice president of
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association, came to Miami
Beach in 1936 from Israel, where
he had served with Bank Le-Umi
in Tel Aviv sine? 1934. In addi-
tion to his business and civic
interests, Grunhut serves at pre-
sent as vice president of the
Miami Beach Zionist District,
chairman, Southeast Region
Tourism Committee, and chair-
man of the ZOA Foundation fur
the Ci carer Miami Districts, as
well at bei'-^ aciive in B'nai
B'rith ana Israel Bonds.
Grunhul sei red in the British
An.. irld War II, and
as Intell r in the Is-
.; eli Vnnj in l!48. He is fluenl
r English iI rman, \ I-
dish, Hebrew and Italian and has
. wonting knowledgi ol Russian
and Arabic, He is considered an
authorit) on the economy of Israel.
Rosenstein, who will work with
Grunhut as patron chairman for
the cavalcade, is at present on the
Board of Directors of Temple
Emanu-El, the Board of Governors
of Israel Bonds and the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, the Exe-
cutive Board of the Hebrew Aca-
demy, and is a vice president of
the Miami Beach District of the
ZOA
All proceeds of the Cavalcade
of Israel Stars are to be used tor
the Greater Miami Youth Commis-
sion, which sponsors local youth
activities and scholarships ior sum-
mer camps. The show \> ill he open
to the public and tickets are avail-
able at the Zo.A office, 1370 Wash-
ngton Ave., and at the Miami
leach Auditorium Box Office.

Temple Sinai
Cites Jacobson
Sam M Jacobson has been
named "Man ot the Year" by
Temple Sinai oi Hollywood.
Jacobson serves a- temple sec-
retary, vice president of the Tern-
Minyan Club, and president of
the Men's Club,
Born and educated in New York
City, Jacobson majored in gem-
ilo j at I olui :ii:.i Unhersity and
-pent ins business years in the
diamond and jewelry business,
holding high offices in the indus-
try's trade organizations.
Times change
Tastes change
Why not change too
"to
Tempo
Biter Ggaretles
with the taste that makes
fie change worthwhile!
Four Saints are now playing
through Feb. 14 at the Doral
Beach Hotel. All members of
this popular guartet are sing-
ers, and all play multiple in-
struments. The combo has
played on the Ed Sullivan
Show, New York's Basin
Street East, and Lake Tahoe,
among other well-known
snots. They will be backed
by the C a 1 o Brothers and
Barry Brentcn and his orchos-
tra, appearing at the Doral
since December 1.
ACRAHAM GRUNHUT
Englander to be Speaker
"Personalities, People. Princi-
les and Problems ol Miami Beach"
is the topic of the People Speak
Town Hall Forums on Friday. 8
p.m., in Washington Federal. 1234
Washington \w The group will
Ire -I'd by Malvin England-
er, attorney, civic leader, and Mi-
ami Beach City Councilman. A
iiue tion period follows.
Rabbi Schiff
Stated on Radio
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual
leader of Beth Y.\ Congregation,
will speak Sunday. 2 p.m.. over
vVMIE.
K.ibbi Schiff. who is also execu-
tive vice president of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association.
will appear on the Jacob Schaehter
Jewish Variety Hour.
William Bornsteln. president of
the Jewish National Fund of
Greater Miami, said that the pro-
gram will feature I traditional
.INF Tu B'Shevat program.
"The Jewish National Fund is
presently dedicated to strength
ening the security of the State
of Israel by building frontier set-
tlements, hundreds of miles of
roads on the frontier contiguous
with Arab borders, and planting
forests of defense," Bornstein
declared.
"The .INF is also engaged in
land reclamation on a much larg-
er scale than ever before The work
oi the Jewish National Fund to-
day is therefore intertwined with
the .-. i uritj ol Israel and her fu-
ture growth as > self-sustained
i ountrj "
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Friday. February 4. 196S
iq
Dr. Stern Will
Address Zionists
Dr Boris Stern, scholar, author
,ul Zionist leader, will be guest
,eaker at an open meeting ol the
irandeis District of the Zionist Or
anizaUon of America on Monday.
,,, ,;,i Washington Federal. 1133
ormandy Dr.. according to Isaac
onen, president oi the district
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Kahn,
ambers of the board, will host
ie social hour and be in charge
f the refreshments. The KaMM
ill also be honored on their 53rd
edding anniversary. A musical
rogram has been planned
Adath Yeshurun
>en House
Fr. Brown Speaks
At Temple Israel
Adult Course
Fr. Raymond E. Brown, of St.
Mary's Seminary. Baltimore. Md.,
will be guest lecturer at Temple
Israel oi Greater Miami this week
end.
On Sunday, at 10:30 a.m.. Fr.
Brown S topic tor adult course of
studies will be on Judaism and
the Ecumenical Council."
At noon on Sunday, he will talk
to the teachers ol the Temple ls-
rnel Religious School on "The
Apocrypha."
On Monday morning. Fr. Brown
will tie Sliest lecturer tor the an-
nual Maurice C.usman Institute for
the clergy at the Temple. Mori' than
200 Protestant. Catholic and Jew-
ish religious leaders will gather
tor the 16th annual seminar.
In the morning. Fr Brown's sub-
ject wiil he "OUT New Approach to
the Bible" In the afternoon, he
will discus.- The Gospels and the
.lew.-.'
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,N ThJ CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ^hTuB CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
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nliiint for I >iv. .! has been tllea
.KalUMl you. and you are required to
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,.l.:..ll.^ to ii.- Kill < ,'"B"1!fttJ.lSP
h>. Plaintiffs attorney, SHEV1N,
Oii.liMAN & !l.il.-r/MAN. WJU* .
Suite 3 S..1...I.I r.iiiKlinu. Miami.
Fioi-l.l-i 33132 ami file 'I" or'ninal
hv 'J!: ..,- Pleadliw in the office of
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Op<
eraple Adath Yeshurun will hold
pen House for members and re-
sidents of the
Northeast section
on Sunday. 7
p.m.. at the Tem-
ple. 1025 NK
Miami Gardens
Dr.
"Our Temple is
one of the fast-
est-growing con-
gregations in the
Greater Miami
area." said Ran-
Broi%k'' bi Samuel R.
i one. spiritual leader, and at our
pen House we would like to intro-
ice those who do not know of US
Adath Yeshurun's varied reli-
ou- and educational facilities."
Bernard Levy is president of the
"Temple, Morris Brodsky. member-
- up chairman, will head the re-
. ption committee for the S mdaj
enina event.
Fidelity National
Elects Lewis
Miami attorney Gerald Lewis
has been elected a director of Fi-
delitj National Bank of South Mi-
ami.
Lewis, who lives at 420 Tivoli
.\vc. Coral Cables, has practiced
law here for the past six years with
one of the an a's leading linns. He
recently opened new law offices in
the Concord Building in downtown
Miami.
Fidelity National Bank, at 58P0
bird Rd., has a number of leading
executives on its board, including
Monroe Dixon, chairman: William
Adler, Amos Benjamin, Joseph P.
Curry. John Gier, president. Jack
1. Green, Dr. David Hendel. Her-
man Marks. Lester D. Roth. Ed-
ward Rothbard. Jack Welsglass, and
Hugo C.arin, honorary member.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6S660-B
IN III' r-i.p li
i:i:i.l.K m'III I.T/.MAN
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NOTICE TO CRED TORS
Tn All rn-dltors and ah ivrwiim Ha v.
i i mand \-..m-i salil
HMati :
\..u in-e heivb) notified and re-
el, I .mi i-lnlme and de-
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCU T IN
AND FOR DADt COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 1125
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vol'*arb* hkkki'.v N.inrii:i.
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Hafikvah Chapter Party
Miami Beach B'nai B'ri'h \\ o-
en'S Hatikvah Chapter will hold
card party on Tuesday, 1 p.m.,
1 both North and South Card
Looms of the Morton Towers
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Any way you
figure it...
THE FINEST?
WELCOME ^TO GREATER MIAMI
\ IS WELCOME N
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1 A visit from our hostess wiil m\%
I you feel it home, with her basket
1 of gifts and answers to questions
# about tht city, its services and
1 facilities. Just call .
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MS MAHTI.V S'lli I.MAN'
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCU.T IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 1092
JAMES ISKEEN
Plaintiff.
BETTY UiUSKN.
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: BETTY BREEN
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.lav March,
t-iimiilainl will
reexed b, you.
S >.< t I HI Miami. Florida, tin
1.....' ',;'.'': li:\tmi:.:man
Clerk the Itn un Cojii-i
l:> ; ,' P OX'ELANH
11, -i.iii % Clerk
i-\i:i. EDWIN UPTON
\ii,,i nej foi Plaintiff 0
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN S SALE
M-IUi: IS HEREBY ISINKN thai
b, vlrtuu of Chapter Ts ,.t Florida
Kiatutea Annotuted 11941). Wan
li.,,-.n..n and Warehottae ReceloU',
ivhereln ACK-R.B. VAN UNI-*, IN',
a Florida corporation, by virtue of It*
u-arehouxe Hen, ha* In It* penneilon
ih, folluwinK i-H'.il |ro|ierty:
HoUM-hoM nood as the pi..... ru o beeuly-Clerk
Mi- and Mil.. llauh. < 'i- "i Ruanel .. ,niY TKIN1IF.RG
, -'!;,^ w :'"H,s"::,,h ''.-VA-.b-r.::!.h-!,-V i-.:...i
Miami. I'la. and thai on the ar.th .... ,.. ,, m.
,l, ,,f Februar,. I96. durlnn ihe Ie- ^mmi (
Uul hour* of *.ile. mainly between_____________^_^
n un fort-r "" In H" after- ---------
,,..,, ni '_]:'.; N.W L'lih Avenue. Mi- NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I i. ;.'H 'll I-
SIIKVIN i:tMl)MAN ,v 11-'1. IV.M \ N
II, s, il.-.l.l ItiilMliii:
,|| m i Florida SSI3S T< I 1.3-J
Mi,,i iit-i for I' 1.11uihi
SYLVAN N Ih.l.T/MAV^ f.y w
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C-RCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE-
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. r6C-8M
(Ji: Plain,Ml
i;i.i USE I'' IWEI.I. NIM.I v
11, i*. n nil
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Kl.'isi: i'.i\\i:i.i. KKL *T,
W'lldw.....I Hardenn, Apl IA. i art
V.i.rEU.ISKIM.WEI.L KK...-KV.
are hereby notified thai .. Bill ol Cpin-
nlainl for IHvorce ha* been Hied
.,i:,lii-t vu, ond i"n ore reniilred to
<.-r\.- a coin of \ ..iir Anxwer or I lead-
|iM m ih- BUI ( CoimihUni on the
Plaintiff* attorney, HARRY WWJ-
KKIUI -'-' Arthur tiodfrey Itoad. W
I ami Beach, Horlda and file the orlB-
i ili.pl \nsw. r i"- PL a.l'in; ill the Of-
! !-. of the Clerk of Un llrcull fmirt
,, ,.,- i fore ti th 'lav < Fehrunry.
i:,.: If you fail to do no iinlu.-m-nt
i.v default iii '- taken analnKt you
for the relief demanded In the Bill
,,f i *,.iii|il:iiiit.
This notice shall l- |iubll.-4ied once
each week f"i toui ronm riltlve Week*
In THE JEWISH PIXiRIDIAN, com-
in.mini; Ihe SSlli dal Jan. 1?6C.
In INK AND i IRDERED ai Mb ii
Florlila. ihi- -".tli day of Jan. A.D.
1 "'' .. ,
i:. b. i.i:\tiiki-.man. l'l< '
Circuit Court, fade County. Florida
(Heal) By I-. sm:i:ih:n
.ii III
Florbla.
for .-ai.
Ihe undel Ik in 'I Klui I
tu tin hitli.-t bidder
in llie "I ,ii. r ror naie in in. inun.-i nrniiei
. ,,i ih. Clerk ihi l:i...-11<11 Ju- i In hand the above dewribed
dlcliU Plniilt in and rr Hade Coun- |,r,.|Kitj of Mr ai I VI ,|:' '',','
., Fb rlda "ii or before Ihe mIi day B Hill! Cleaners. -'Ill
March I9ii. in default of which N.W. l"ih Street. Miami. Ha
I inted :.i Miami, Florida. Ihi
itn ,,r Pt-in
taki ii a* '"ii-
i .1
i .....nilailnl will i
- h j y o II
i vTBti Ihi* :'!-' day
R i: LiEATHRUMAN
i 'i. i k of tin Circuit i '"in't
Bj l< M I.VMAN
I'. t.iu > i'I. rk
S i -11 -1 s i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69632-A
N RK i:-lal.- ...
M IN NIK SCHOENUAl'M
Up: VAN LINKS. IN.'

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN thai
Hi,- iiml.-: -i-ii. ,1. ,1.-ii.i.l: i" i.u., i;.- Ill
in. -. Illldi till Lltiou* li,.in. -
..; RRXl.RIOH APARTMENTS,
i i'..i\ i larlior l'rr..-. Bus ll-ii bor
lalund*, Daue Colin v Fbrlda: BAST- ........
IrHfiSTF.R KPAKTMKNTS, I"" "ih Bill of C.......lalul for Divo
Street. 9Sog-M ftisl Bay Harbor Drive, "led attalm-i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IITH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 66C-8J6
I, \V. MU ICH'AH PINO
llaintlff,
Vl.< mi v m VIMl m:ii' s M \i:i iN'i:/
I '. i. mini
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti All iDI.X M Vltii \Ki \
M \K IIM.Z
H -.-.
V l.ii 1 in, lit '!"
N. u York, New York
You Ai.nl.i \ M WtUAIUTA MAR-
TINIS ai. hereby notified that
haa be< i
are
HI M994
fRLCOMS NFNCOMEMt
UhIIIi wlipM kUHlm IW'N
laMn
? Please have the Welcome Wagon i
Hostess call on me.
P \ would like to subscribe to
The Jewish Floridian.
Fill out coupon and mail to
Circulation Dept.,
M.P.0. Box 2973, Miami. Fla.
'Judith1 Launches
Theatre
At Feb. 17 Fete
Maurice Revitz and Sol Frankel.
owners of the new Bay Harbor The
Bter, 1170 Kane Concourse. Bay
Harbor Islands, announced Wed-
nesday that construction of the
three-quarter-million-dollar movie
house is proceeding on schedule and
that the invitational premiere will
be held Fib. 17 at 8 p.m.
A cocktail party and buffet start-
ing at 7 p.m.. for some 1.400 guests,
will precede the movie. "Judith."
starring Sophia Loren and co-star
ring Peter Finch and Jack Hawk-
ins
Herb Kaplan, one of the princi-
pals of the Bay Harbor Theater
Corp. and acting vice president
and manager, said that the Invita-
tional party will be held in a tent
erected adjoining the theater.
Waitresses will be attired In liar-
em girl costumes, and pictures in
the tent will show Israel scenes.
Arne Barnett and his orchestra will
play, and introductions and Later-
views will be handled by Larry
King, television, radio and news
paper figure.
i.t in,- i num.. aiuiiava ... i '.mr the Clerk of the t'ln
County, and Hie ill. sam,* in duplicate I'.i-l, County, l-'l.-n-l.
anil us provided In Beullou TS8.M, CRANK M BRCKKR.UAN
Klorlda Statutes, in Ihnlr office* lit I HKRVHY I. MOLAR
the Count) Courthouse in Dade, PRANK (1 M.l.l'\IAN
County, Florida, within .-is calendar JoSKPH M KKLDMAM
monibu from the time ..i the r v-t 11\ \lan s i:i. ,.-.-
publication hereof, or tin- sum,- uill RICHARD AND NKI.HON
I,, barred. | At to ni > for Aiiidlruntii
Dated nt Mi;
daj ..r Ji
UTtfU. I .IPIUICI
i.i ;it Miami. Florida, lliis .I'.tli .;.l.". Ulncolll H
,r Januaiy. A li 198*. Miami lleuih. Kloridi
IX)ROTHT R UKTCHART ______________
rii
PRANK A sll. IRK
A- Kxecutom
i"n ~t publication of iiii> nol.....n
Hi,- lib da, i.r Pi i iai v,
/.kmki.. kaui man ,v zi:mi:i.
Atlorile, fur K.\. i-ulon.
120 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach. Pin
2 i-n-18-s;
liN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE \}'1'.1.," .".'. ','':''.'., ?-'''"'''
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT "" r Uiriun
OF FLORIOA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
IN CHANCERY
No. 66C-884
Ml. ZMI'.-kW.,
I Iff.
66
;[
\
rry, .
pill!
Thin ii- ,. -hill be i.iil,li-ii.-,l ..ii..-
..i.li u.,;. for foui .-ii miv.- weeks
ii Tin: JRVi isil l i.i HCJDIAN.
DUNK AND i'i:i.i:in:i. ..t Uhuui,
Plorlda, tliis 2lth das "| January,
A.D. r...:.'.
K i: I.F, vill I l:\l.\N. Clerk,
nil Court. Hade Countv, Plorlda
II) l< M I.VM \N
l.. uuij :.-i k
is-:'-. ililUDhtX, (lol.DKTRIN & PACZIKR
" l.tl ll'. _, I I....I. u.... .
2S .1-11-is
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LAI'RRTTK K ZMKKKAI.
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND I'ef.-l
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN CHANCERY TO LAIRRTTK K 7..MKSKAI.
No. 66C-7S0 i John I. Pi i
MARY R. COLKMAN, .-s. i.-11... -1 Vvetiue
i m .,... ',.( I ,:.l. I' .. i. itn.,..,.
I'laintifl
\ l .l-"i:III r I. \ i.1; COLEMAN
I.. fendanl
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
'i'p. ai.i-'I:i:i i -a i.i: -. .i.k.m \\
i K-si'i-i..... i ni.....w it,
You :ii'> i. !uir* .1 I-, gi n
Anxti. i to ih. i'omplainl i
on I'l.....mi's Attorne) MAIN
'AWN. I Ml
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR DA. IN PROBATE
NO 67585-A
'n i:i: c-i ,i, ,i
- v \n i:i. > \iy,i:i:i:i;
ill .n-.-tl.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All Ciedllp i ..: ,| \ll I', i-ih
MaviiiM Claims ui l>inanda AruIiihI
Said i: .,'.
V..I are horeb)
You are required i" gerve your A.NOl l- g, w.M.l.r.i:. |*n Lincoln
Anwwer to lh* Complainl i i. I:""1 fh. Hlorldu, and fib-
on Plaintlffa Attorne) MA'IN S tn< orl \nwer or Pleading in
RAWS, l Lincoln Road Unlulli* the off I i. Clerk of the Circuit
Miiuni l'.... Florida, and file the '"url "" befori Ihi 88th das ...
orlKlnul in the office of th, flirt '' "' If you fi>i| lo .. -..
the Clrcull Court on or before tin i,v default mil i. faken
281h da) of February, i "'.... ,r .. In '' the reflef demandeil
cree Pro Confeimo will Ih entered 1 ''' "' Complaint for Divorce
ic pin yow "Ni1 md < i. i- Li in :,i Miami
DATED: ilii- 21n( day ..i Janmry, '>! Cnuntv Plorlda, ilii. L'Mli ,l ,n
I1..,;,; "I I.. un 11
i: R LKVTHKRMAN, E B LEATHRBALAN
Clerk, Clrcull Court, Clerk or the Clrcull Court
Dadi 'mint). Florida ''..... "111111. Florlila
I I .... I .1 I .VI. Iv.".ill.. .' I til- v-.v*>....
..I, "-. Illinois r..u are h.xeb) 11 fied ..n.i re-
_,''" '>,uh in innv Ni.TiiiKi iiilrnl to |>i-eHi-nt an) clalnu. and de-
.' '" 1 for Dlvorc! ha mans which you mas have uxalnsl
'"ell I i,,1 i,.,i ;lll ihe -i.it.- n| NAMCKI. s. \ I ./.I '|-|'i;
..... ,\ "'opt i tour \n .",a-,.i late of I hide County, piarl-
'"'.,'"' ,,V""'.'.":' '" "" Comnlalnl da lo Ihe Count) li I l>a.l
';"., '.' ai'oMi. V-. TALI- County, an.I |pl. ti,, w ,l,i, ,
I- 1 \. ,.':, ''" Uneoln ate and aa firnvlded In Section 7.1T.16.
""I Mianil Reach, hlorldu, and fib- hlorldu Kiatutee, In theh
nwer ..r Pleadlns In the Count) CnurthotiKe in iHtde Coiin-
t) Florida, ullhln -1. .1 nil
monthH from Ihe time ( the lira
iiibllcHllon hereof, or (hi Mim> tail
I," l,;ll p ,'.|
1: 1: i.r\riii:i:\i \\.
Clerk, i'ii, nil Court,
1 a. County, i'l'irida
Ry: C P copra, t.Nli.
Deptlt) Clerk
1 L's 2 I -1 1 -1 s
' II
- B !.i:aviii:i..\ian
1 lerk or iii,. Clrcull Court
, *.....'ounty. hlorltla
seal) Ry; 1 |. ALEXANDER
|.. put) Clerk
1 N 1-11-is
. at Miami Florl 1 .. thin JOth"
1 v ol Jnnuart \ 1 i'...-.
v \.\mi: sm.7.1:1:1;.;
\- tilniinisi. nil \ 1 v \
l-1 rt |.ni.!li hi Ion ,,f tl. Is. in Hoe on
Hie -^'li day of Janunrv. 1.....;
"M.IANi.l-.- f \\ \; 1,1 1:
.o ." "_ '"i'li-'iMlriv C.T.A.
I2ii Lincoln Rond
Miaiii
' 2/4-11-11


Friday. February 4. 1966
* Wrr/r<1Ftr},/n
LEGAL NOTICE
CO1 Niv JUDGES COURT
' N AND cOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69155-C
III KH HNER
......-,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
nnil All "------ Hav-
i lemamli Ask n i Bald
notified and required
. inj lalmj and demands
I, "-t llu- --
,.. |>AVII> F'lOHNFJR deceased
if im.i. County, Florida, to the
, v \g, ,.f I lade County. Ml i
,ii,. mi mi in dupnente and aa pro-
I .,. s. .linn "S3 16, Florida Sun
i tii. Ir i"il w in ih.- County
ilii..i-, in IMrte County Florida,
u \ ralendar montha ffrom the
. : Ih,- first publication h< le,,i. ,.:
iv ill in barred.
listed Hi Miami, Florida, thia
, ,.: January, A I' 1966
Ksrni-:i: eichner
\- lAe.-ntrix
rit.-t publication "i' this notlca on
, Mill day of January. MM.
iSli RBPH1 \
Homey for Executrix
,'i Washington av.hu-
lunii Beach, Ha. 1 H-21-2S tit
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69209-C
\ RE: Estate "f
RTRI'DE feldman
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
;.. All Creditor* and All Persons Httv-
ni Clalma ur Demands Against Bali
ate:
lou are hereby notified and required
v |,nvi'ni any claims and demand*
wlii.-h vim may have against the es-
,.: OER .RI'DE KHI.l'MAN de-
ed Li. of Hade County, Florida,
. fount] Indite* at Dade -i.unty.
. tin- game in duplicate and a*
i.ied in Beortnd 7:1'. l. Florida
tat i'i tlialr offices in tin- Conn-
rVMBihouae in Dau> IVHIMy. F.ori-
... 'in i in. ..f ih,. flral pMiili. .iTi..ii heiv-
"r the Mini,- will In- Imrre.t
led ..' Miami. FlnrHn, this U'th
d.t\ ..f Jan iarj. A.D. 1966.
MIRIAM Sll.HERMAN
Am Vdmlnlatnilrlx
.iiii.ii of This notl......ii
i :.:ih day ..f fJanunry, 1966
HKXRY \ni:TiiN
i n.'\ for Admtnlstru trlx
Mull) n Building
i' l i-l'i-:'v ( i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 692S5-C
IN RR: Betatl -f
tobi \s lehrer
i.'i.....i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" \!l re.lll.'l'-' HIPI V11 l'i -S..II.M HllV.
n_ Claims or Demands Against Bald
Bstate:
You are hereby notified ami r.*iuired
prescnl any .'lulms ami demand*
uhieli ynu iiuiv have aKH'm-t the eg-
..f TOBIAS LKHRER I. .'eased
of Dade County, Florida, to the
|'.nnty Judaea ..f Dade County, and
CD* the s.nne In duplicate and a.s pro-
rlrted 4n Section 733.1U. Florida Stat-
lit- -. In Their offices in iti,. County
rUiotis,- in Had,- Count\. Florida.
"'nn i-ix month- from the time of
J first |,nbllcatiun hereof, or the
- will I,.. barred
1'i.tod at Miami. Florida, this tith
d.... .r. Jan.. A.l>. i!'S6.
Ml I.I.IK NATHKR
ZELDA NEMAN
As HxeCUUThMNl
h'lrat publication ..f tbla notice ""
" 'ttti .lav ..f January, is-lfi.
11 M:i!.1i .1 i-i .HEN
\ttornej i"..r Executrlci s
"7' I Coral Way. Miami. Fta, 8*1 ir.
1 14-^1-Js g/4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69432- B
K 1 '.. of
RENJ WIIN SM.Knl'l'.
I'.,.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i liiro .iii.i Ml IN i ...ii- ii v -
luimlM Against Raid
led .....t required
aln .,ii.i demai dx
. .
N..1AMIS S\l KH l- .:.
Dad. ml Fl
i ,.
dupllcati ".i .s

ffl.es In :>ie Cotin-
In I i;..i.' i .. mtj. Plorl-
" i .,.:.-.
"' .n here-
"r '' III be barred.
ln I I i, :m- ..Hi
. ...
;""l WIN SAl.Kol-'P
:.\..i,i.,i
\\ Ihli i, .. on
" day ... Ian |96
I V I.I A NOW s \\ \L j,.
rnej i:v.. ;,,,.
'"ml i ..,, I,. Florida
_____________ 1 14-21-2* i
NOTICE UNDER
v,v,.,,f,.CTITiOUS NAME LAW
* I IS IIKItKI'.Y tllVRN thai
;,,'"......"dgnad, fleMrln* to enmite
l''1.1;,-' ......'I' "" Clctltlout narii.
iSL "RRT-WBHTTVO 'nMI'ASV
i-'ori', Sxv V'"' Avenue. Miami.
xvni, .V ':""'<''- '" reKist.i...... name
f iV.V" ''k "' "' ''"'"" Court
""l'i ounty, FL.rl.la
RICAR1K1 .1 JOtltKRT
i ri'i I-,, v"'" '''oprieior
1 II.I.K S KKRONSON
' "" for rocard., .1 .I...H, ,
"'- Alnaley ISI.Ik. Mi i i,|,,
------------ i i i-'ji-iti >
c..,NOTICE UNDER
V. iTi.-i .TITIOUS NAME LAW
u.ZLIS,|"1,!I','V ,:,v,'-v 'h "
..;'- ^ *! : "am,. -|i Ih.
<^,-"r,,: '"'" ''""" "f -
dim?a v \ k | .istui hi tor
m. m s'-:rvi.-ks, inc.
, "ac Mermell
MtonMD tor appnoam
1/14-21-28 2/4
Page 15-1
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
N AMD FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 66447-B
N in:
S \.\! I- RANK I.I EW
I I,..',.;,., ,|
notice of intention to make
application for distribution
and Final discharge
N' 'TICK is Ii. i.l.v Eli. ii that v..
lied our Final Repori and IN -
for I 'i-i i il.ut i..n an.I l-'i ml I H-
li'ii-.- a- 'i.-.\rtm:tii-:i'ai..i of the
'-'......I SAM PRANK LIKW, de-
. as, .1: ai 'I llinl on Ih.- L'ls; dav "f
Hell., 1966. will apply i,, the Honor-
able mitv .1 | l-li.il.la, for niiiiroval of xa d Final
ii'i.'-M and for illatrlbutlon and final
dint-nance aa Co-Admlnbtrator ..f tin
-i'ii. of the ,ii...\ p-nami .1 .1.. ,i, nl
Thla i7ih das of lanuarj, I960
M \l"BV ukw
IKVlNiT jJKW
SMITH & MA\|.|.i:i;
Samuel s. Smith, of counael
I". Lincoln Road, M i: Flu
____________________________1/81-88 -J 4-n
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69574-B
IN RB: Eatale oi
ISRARI. K fJOUDMAN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To .\u Credltora and All Pefaona llav-
|55 a,n*' "!' Damajida Acalnat Said
^ ..ii
quired
inaints
Hi. oetate
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
^Jcnisf fhridlif-n
solicits your legal notlcex.
W appreciate your
patronage and c/uarantt>
accurate service at legal
rales .
Vial Fit 3-469S
for messenger Mrrle*
LEGAL NOTICI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 66C-319
RODBT.T, J KICHNRU. KVKI.TN E
BOW1I \N, as Adminisiritiie.s c,f tlio
Batate of BHNJAMIN P cosnoW,
I >.. a.-. .1. and GIjORIA KA8SIN,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
JOSEPH COSNOW, BETTY flF^".
|-i:N. V i \M "'MASK ami Ihe <*< 'M-
MI'NITY NATIONAIi HANK HP UA1.
FIARHOCR, a national banking cor-
poration,
Ii.feinlants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
I'c >: .l< I8BPH I'oSNi >\V
1 tef-n.l:uit
1".:' R. -Ji Street
New York 10. Ki vv York
BETTY CKl'PKN
1 '.-f. tidant
t Horatio Sire- t
New York, New York
You are h.r.l.y notified Hint a auit
has been filed Mtalnat you in the
Mbove-atyled eOOTl to partition the fol-
lowing real atid |>e*jonal pr, ti-
titt TEN (10), in BTXXK THREE
SIT.1MVISION aco.rdtnir o the Plat
1, of, r.s'ot-ded in T*1at Hook It,
at l'ace I, of the Public lli-corda of
iMda County, Horlda; toBettier wHh
the builditiK and imi>rovements
tliereon erectod atul towothcr with
tin furniture. f\trtulun!, fixtures
and iHtuipment contained therein,
a. It/a s:'^3 AtRiott Avenue. Miami
Beach. Florida,
and >"ti are hereby reoulrod to sen-e
a copy of your Answer or other mlead-
mus on the Ilalntlffs" Attonieyi",
SiHONKiM.il & KEU>M.\N. ^19 llls-
cayne Uulldliut, Miami. Florida ::u'.i,
ai.I filt* the .i iiri ri.'; thereof In the
office n or be-
fore tin- 14th day of February. 1966 If
you fail to do ao, a Pecrce T*rn Coti-
f. s~.. will be taken at.un.st you for
tin relief demanded in the Complaint.
DONE and (iltl)RIIKIi .it Miami.
Bade County, Florida, ihis 11th day ul
.lanilarv. M$.
tt B, WEATHERMAN
Clerk of th.- tire ill Court
By K M I.YM \N
i > J.IH v cier t
l I3-S1-28 i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersiirm-.!, rtoHltina. In ensaae
In t u-.ii.. ss in.lor the flctitioua nami
of ftl-TT ROAD TOWN llol'SE AITS
at number :.o N.W". :,7tli Avenue in
the City .-i Miami. Florida Intenda lo
rirlHter Ihe wild name with the Oerh
of ih.. Circuit Court of Bade County,
j hiorida,
Oatetl :it Miami Florida thla 8th day
of Januai j.. 196*.
REUBEN RI'DIN
BERTHA RI'BIN
DAVIEI. ;. SATIN
Attorney for Appllc mi-
1 II-21-2S .' I
dee.
!.. the
and file
'I' he! by DOtJfled I' ltd re-
t.i present any Halms and ile-
H'blcb vou may have aj.-ain.st
f ISRAEL E. liOL-KMAN
as.d late of bade County, Florida
tinty JudKva of Dad< i 'ounty,
the same in dtiplle.iie and a-
prirt i.led in Section 7SS.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in (he C.....i-
ty t ourtnouae In Hade County Plori-
la. uithiii siv calendar months from
time of the frst publication here-
i. the sain.- vv ill barred
Bated at .Miami. Florida. I his 18th
i January, A.l>. i960
ii vv wi ui ii m:ai:i
I.E" .1. i iOl.l 'MAN
\- Kxi cutorr
1 '-' i"'! ittl.ui ..f tiijs no)
th. ,'i -t day ,,r January, !,;,;
ii v Ri .i.ii j ci>iii:.\
Attorney for Hie Executor*
;7'H Coral Way, .Miami. Kl.'. ::: r,
1 il-'.'s :' 4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 67230-A
IN RE: i:-'ai.' of
MINNIE '1ERBKH
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
- *r a hi i aiv* n 11... l l hav e
id I'etlti
11 -'i ,i,i,t i.i a ml Hln i'
f thi i nl MINN1F
1 :i: .!. '. i< i, In-
loth day .-! I-", i.r...... "">'- n III
I '. ''.:' .
| ......
Nali] I 'ma! !:. I -i i that i. r
and t in., i .i r i..i '-. .. Executor i
.slat,- of the above-named decedent
in s idth .i.iv ol Jar 1968.
PERRY F \l:l \.\
SMITH A MANI'I.KIt. attorneys
s.uiiii. I S. Smith
Mil l.in.olii Road, Suit. 8A
Miami I!..oh. Florida
1 1l-?1-;< 2'I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 58654-A
in 1:1: Estate of
Abraham m. hki-aief. a ka
AKIt.AM M IIKI.AIKF.
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR Di bTRi 9U I .urM
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
\i I'rici-: is hereby given that I have
filed my Final Reipori and Petition for
Distribution ami Final BlacbarKe ai
Kxei-utor of the estsie of ABRAHAM
M r.KI.AIFF. a k a AHRAM M BE-
l.AIBP, deceased and thai "n Ihe I'.th
day of F.'hruarv 1966, vi :ll npplv i..
. I..- Iloni.lii". Count) .....re- of I a "
County, Kiorida, for approval of said
Final Report and for nist rllnil :o .. d
tinal diseliiM-Ce as K\. .111. r of II
lute !{ Ih,- al.i.v .'-nam.sl iliii-deul
This loth day of January, 1968.
BERTRAM I. ROTKK>HK
BARRY KI'KBRNICK, attorney
il'ii Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
l/14-:'l-:'s 8/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69172-A
IN RE: Estate ..f
JOSEPH Id CARLO
lKcw.s.-il.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" \n Cr.ditors and All Persona Hav-
ing '"latins or Demand* Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to preeent any claltna and demanda
whi.-h you may liave acairu-d flic s-
tate of JOSEPH DI CARI/ dc-eased
late of Dade County, Florida, to tls)
County Judge* of lwde County, and
file the s-.nn- in dupHcatc anil as pro-
vide in Soetlon 7SS.18, Elorlda Stat-
utea, in their offices In the- County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar month* from the
time of the flret publication hereof,
or the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 6th
day of Jan., A 1>. 19KK
ROSE MOSCATO
As Exceutrx
First puhlieution of thla notice on
the 14th day of January. 1986.
AitNoi.ii I. LEVY
Attorney for Executrix
S28 Mill.Tea Ai...,
CoraJ Cai.l.-, Florida SS1S4
l 14-M-M Hi
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 67231-B
is' RE: Estate ..f
SYl.vi \ K BARON
lie.'..,-. .|
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO VKF
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHAPGE
\'i ''i:. i' a hi ibj .-v. n il..it l ha vi
flit .1 ii > Final Report and Pi III
Distribution and Final i-
Admin'- r \ of ihe
SYLVIA K BARON, dew -.
h i) "i F. I
to thi I' n Ii
''" iiii> .1 -idire- ii -.
ild Final ''
..i.'i fo tl I '! dls-
Istratrix i i" \
ii

r \ S'Ni K SCHW WTX
KMITH .v MAM '1.1:1;. att"rn. y*
-' ;n- I
107 Lincoln Road. M B., Ela.
1/. I-" !8 ? I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NtiTICE IS HEREBY IIIVEN that
the mi.I.'i siun.-il, desirlnK i" enauui
In. s* miller the fictitious nann
ol sky I'l.A.srii's H FABRICS In-
tend to reulsler said name i i the
Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade
. 'ounl v. Florldn.
SIMON ATRAN
SARAH ATRAN
MYi:, in K HERMAN
Att.'i ii..v for Skj Plastic* .>. Enbrft-*
"urn" HIscayiie Blvd., Miaou. Kla.
J 21-21 .' l-n
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69605-C
IN RE: i:-uit.....'
ARTHI'R I.am:
!>'.'.as.-.l.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons II
iiiir claims or Demands Aajalnai So .
Estate:
ITou are heroby notified and re-
nulr. d 1.. present any claims and ii
iiiatids which yntl may have ...
the eat ate of ARTHI'R LANK ...
ceaai-d late of la.i. County, Plorid
to the Count) Judicca of Ihide Couni
and til.- ih,. aunie in duplicate and .
provided In Soctlon 738.18, Klorli
Statuti s, .ii their fficee In the i 'on
iy Cuurthouai In Bade County." Flo
Ida. within six calendar montha
the ti'n. ..f the flivl publication In i
of. or the sani vv in 11,- barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 21
day of January. A.l'. 1966
MANFRKI l MICK
A> Exei in 'i-
Plrst publication of this hotlci
the I'^lli day of Jan.. 1988
HENRY N'OltToN
Attor -v for r'\e.'lltor
l IU8 i:i ":iv no Buildins
Miami, Florida
1 28 2 1-1i-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 66C-471
RARLLEB YOCNO,
Plaintiff,
-VB-
CAROLTN Yril'Nc,.
Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
in: CAROLYN YiU'Nil
1>9 Star Street
I'awtuckct. lUiodc Island
TOU ARE HEREBY Ni'TllIMn,
CAROLYN Y'lCNH, that a Complaint
for I 'ivorce has been filed ntainst you,
and you are hereby requested ti. serve
a Copy of your Answer on Plaintiff's
attorney, MONTAGUE HOKENHKlti;.
and file the orbrinal Answer in the l
offl.-e of tin -clerk of the Circuit Court, dav of Jani.u i \1' 1968
on or before the 23 day of February. ROSE HAfYRK
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIV'EN tin.
thi mi I. -itii. .1. deslrinx t" ii'-!..-
n in: of i i.i.. ELECTRIC i "RI-aUT ci >l
I'' IR VTili.N IMS S.W. vh St.. M
mil, Kla. i "ami, t'. restster
ii no. \, |ii [hi ik .. thi Cln
Court "f Had, i .unity, Floiida.
i.-'lld:. .v\ \n iisri.i. nvvii. i
JACK KINO, A;iv
II. I.. ELECTRIC CREDIT C< >RP
: ISO S \\ -
l 21-M 2 '- .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69211-A
IN RE: Estate of
MAX OREKNB,
I..... as,.d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons II
i iinr claims ...- Demanda Attain*! Kii
ICstate:
Toll he|',.l.y notified 0 till !'.
quired to present any clalma and d-
maud- which you may have attain*!
: tin- eatate of max rreene decease
'late of Dad.- County, Florida, to
County Judccs of Bade County, ana
fije tin- same in duplicate and u ore
vid.d -ti Se<"i..n 7SS.16, Florida Mai
tites. in their office* in the Oounl
Courthouse in I'ade county. Florid),
within six calendar months fn>m c
time of th.- first publioation here"
or th,- same will be barred.
Dated at Mian i. Florida, this 12P.I
S.
IM6, or oth.i-wise Decree I'm Con-
teaao win be entered aaaJnat you.
i>at.-d tins 1 iti, day of January, IMC.
(seal) E. ii. leaTHKl;.\iA.\
1 iork of ih- 'n"iiit 1 '.urt
B) K. M. I.YMA.N
I leput.v Cl.rk
MuNTACI K UOSENBERU
Attorney for Plaintiff
2T3 N01 thsi.l. I'I.'/.a
Miami. Florida .Ml IT
s
1 :' .'< L 1 -11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT OUS NAME LAW
1: IS MERI V that
: I-I -!.
Ill hll-llli llo'.lt
... Sill IP RITE SI PER M \RKETS
I 1ISC1 H'NT 'l:':.
it ".21 Ai ad,
!'. I 1 0 1 I
n
i II I 'ISi 'I N'T
SI'. IRES
|.- '.'V 2 !
Aa Executrix
First publioation of thi* notice
tin Slsl day ..f January,
Kl i.MMEl. ,v Ri ;i:i:s
\t i' 'rn, v > i r Executl \
in II.....I,
Mian 1 I:, ach, l"la :
17' -
IN
N0T.CE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL
CIRCUIT of FLORIDA. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. IN
CHANCERY. No 66C 299
MICHAEL s STELLA,
Plaint Iff,
Vs.
GLENN A STELLA,
Defendant.
suit for Divorce
You OLBNNA STKI.IA. 741 "ram:.
.. Apt. ::. Macon B11 at- Inn-
i.v notified that a Bill of Complaint for
iilvoie. has been filed airaJnsi you,
and you are renulred to aervi a copj
.; your Answer ..r PleaiHnn to the
Rill of Complain) on the Plait tiffs At-
torney, .livEI. RI'BIN, I'" Box 1*14,
Coral rsahli *. 1 la. and file the orls nnl
Vl-"..... l'i. .idini: in the offli.....f
ihi clerk of th.- cir.'.iit court on or
I. i-i thi I iili day "t i". bninn. 1966
If you fall i" lo so, lodgement by de-
fault win I., taken ajtulnsi v..11 for
the relli f di manded In the Bill of
I 'olllpl.' Ill
DONE VND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thi* llth dav .,! Januai y, A.D
Ii
K U I.i: \ TII.ERM \\. Cli
Circuit Court, Had. County, P
(aeuB B] K M l.YMAN
I puty Clei k
1 14-21-28 i 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 59959-A
IN RE F.slati ..1
II VKRY sices
Deceaai I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
THE COUNTY JUDGES C0UR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 89330-C
IN RE Estah ol
s \ III 1:1. II 1:1 1ST
Deeea
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Ti 1 \ I 1 'ERSI '\> \TEitES I 1
THE KSTVTE < IF SAID DEi 'EN'I

H In I. .
1 -.ii.l di
.1 10 prol.nl -
. hi i.i. \ .
nil mn
Irsi inihll.
it said
in. w hi
1 hi fl in admit
".ild iiui atai
'
JEl IRCE T i'1. \l:K
. ,
LUIS I I' VST "RFlfiLD, Clerk
>n ERS HEIM \N KATLAN
1 Atl
s \\ 1st s,...
APPLICATION FOR D STR I B U TION M i. fin
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is In -.I.v -.-iy, 1, thai I have
filed my Phial Renori and Petition foi
Distribution and Final Dtscfi
Executrix of the etate of R* ry Hlce-
I. 11*1 .1: and that ..n t'l. Till day of
February, 1966, will annly lo the Hon-
orable County Judjre* of Dade Coiintv.
Elm Ida, for nnproval of said Final
Repori and for distribution nnd final
discharge its IQtemtrtx of the eslati
of th.. alsivi -named .1.. 1.1. m Th -
10th day of January, 196(1
iii;m!ii:tt\ sicks
\-\ ron l. sparbfjr, \
1.....Uspaym Blvd., North
Miami, Florida I1S2
1 : :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVFJN that
I Ii. iii. t rsiftne^l, desl Ina
1 uf ihi- noil
Ihe 21*1 dav ,,i !.,. in v
1 21-28 J 1-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEQMty HIVEN that
the under- -.:!,. il. Ur*lrin'-' to en-ay-
ln Ini I. r the fl. in ions natm
; .'I.imca MJ^-VlAJi 111 250 sv\
..ih vv.- Mi.-nft ^lenti- to rvKlate
- 'iTk of th,- 1 'n
i'ii '' "' Uadfj County, Florida
MIRAMAI: CtHtP
Sflli ",v 1-
___________ 1 21-28 2 4-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
, K' TICE is iii:i:i:i:y OIVEN thn
the undersln.)d, desirlna tu em
'". t'li-ii.. -- mdi r Ihe fictitious nam.
"J WLBM 11 l.i;..is sri'.cs hi 6)
M .'ini. Fl..,i.la Inn
Mil. town cm: CENTER ,.t 761 Plorida Dado County
NE -nl Avenue, Miami Intends toi H ::\i\.\ CDHFN
lei said 1. -'ii'. with thi Clerk of I AARON \\ KANN1
he Circuit Court ol Dade County, Attorney r..r \pni-.

Morldn.
MID-TOWN CAR ci:.\ 1 lit. i\c
1 H-21-28 -' I
*"'' W Flat tor Streei
.Miami. Florida
1.21-28 2/8-U


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