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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
Creation Date:
February 11, 1966

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

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 11, 1966

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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ocm35317254
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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"Jewish Floriidian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
jr..e 39 Number 6
Miami Florida, Friday, February 11, 1966
Two Sections Price ..:
rsrael Bond Inaugural Will Honor Golda Meir
HER STELLAR ACHIEVEMENTS PAGE 6 A
AFTER FIFTEEN YEARS PAGE 10 A
EXCITING NEW FASHION SHOW PAGE IB
Hi, Inaugural conference for
Israel Bonds, meeting next week-
end at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
| will not only launch the 1966
campaign but also mark the 15th
anniversary of the Israel Bond
Organization.
The climax of the conference,
meeting from Friday, Feb. 18.
through Sunday. Feb. 20, will be
;( tribute to Israel's world-famous
leader, Golda Meir. who has just
retired as her country's Minister
for Foreign Affairs
Mrs Meir was one of the
founders of the Israel Bond pro-
gram, playing a leading role In
establishment.
More than 2,000 delegates, re-
presenting communities in all
parts of the United States and
Canada, are expected to attend
the conference, it was reported
by Samuel Rothberg. national
campaign chairman of the Israel
Bond Organization. Rothberg is
chairman of the conference. Co-
chairmen are Col. Jacob M. Ar-
vey, honorary chairman of the
Chicago Committee for Israel
Bonds: Morris W. Bernstein, na-
tional chairman for Trustees of
the Israel Bond Organization;
Louis II Boyar. chairman of the
Board of Governors, and Ira
Guilden, national chairman.
Rothberg announced that the
Conference will constitute the
formal launching of a drive to
sell $105,000,000 in Israel Bonds
in 1966 in the United States,
Canada, Latin America and
Western Europe, to provide re-
sources for every phase of Is-
rael's economic development.
The 1965 campaign produced
sales of more than $91,000,000.
Continued on Pag* 9-A
BOYAR
SCHWARVZ
GUILDEN
BfR/NSTEIN
MRS. PIERCE
COL. ARVfY
Young GOP Quizzed
For Evidence of Hate
TRENTON (JTA) New Jer-
sey state investigators opened a
formal investigation this week into
charges that an ultra-Conservative
element in the New Jersey Young
Republicans sponsored alleged an-
ti Semitic racist and extremist ac-
tivitie-
The probe was launched by
State Attorney General Arthur J.
Sills and was accompanied by
fresh charges against the "Rat
Finks" as members <>f the faction
oull themselves, by State Sen Nel-
son V. Stamler, an independent Re-
publican,
Sen. Stamler, who had earlier
aired a charge that the faction
FEINBERG
MRS. MEIR
ROTHBERG
U.S. Israel Arms Deal
Accidentally Revealed
had sung an anti-Semitic song
at state and national Young Re-
publican conventions last sum-
mer, accused the faction of sys-
temically discouraging Jews and
Negroes from joining the Young
Republicans. Mr. Sills said that
the reported singing of such
songs might constitute "dis
criminatory proceedings" in
violation of state civil ri.ghts
laws.
Sen. Stamler had asserted that
anti Semitic and racist songs
were published in a seven-page
song sheet used in the "sing
Continued on Page 11-A
AID EXPLAINED' PAGE 7-A
WASHINGTON (JTA) Israeli
sources here made it clear Tues-
day that the deal between the
United States and Israel under
which the American Government
consented to supply Israel with a
number i M-48 Patton tanksre-
lied tin- week by the State De-
ii .' had been made pi ior
, the recenl escalation and inten
oi the rearmament of
the Ai ab states
The Israeli sources voiced their
comment after the state Depart
menl reported here thai the U.S.A
has been Belling tanks to Israel.
The State Department confirmed
the deal with Israel after Al Ali-
ram. an influential daily newspap-
er published In Cairo, had claimed
last Week that Israel had received
200 of the Patton tanks from the
United States. However, the State
Department did not indicate the
number of tanks sold to Israel.
The American consent to the
tank deal with Israel, the Israeli
sources said, had not been given
recently, since the negotiations
on this matter had been con-
cluded a long time ago. The
U.S.A. decided to provide Israel
with these tanks, the sources
said, after the American Admin-
istration was convinced that the
tanks were needed for the de-
fense of Israel, and were regard-
ed as part of the U.S. policy to
maintain the stability and the
balance of armaments in Hie
Middle East.
The State Department's con-
firmation ol the tank deal with Is-
rael was couched in similar terms
regarding the balance of power in
Continued on Page 8-A
NEW PARTY SECRETARY-GENERAL
Golda to Knit Mapai Split
TEL AVIV (JTA) Mrs
Golda Meir. the new sccrc
tarj general of Premier
lev, FSsbkol's Mapai Party,
began this week the 'ask of
restoring the party unit]
splintered by former Prem-
ier David Ben-Gurion.
She was elected by ac-
clamation, first by the party
Secretariat and then by its
Central Committee at a
meeting al "Inch Premier
Eshkol Mid he believed that
the party could find suffici
ent internal strength to re-
spond to Mrs. Men's leader-
ship. The split developed
from Mr. Ben Gunon's deci
sion to form a splinter party.
the Israel Worker's list
dtafii which unsuccessfully
challenged Mr. Eshkol s
leadership in the general
election last Nov. 2.
Mrs Meir said that, in BS
Miming the post, she did so
in full understanding of the
damage wrought by the split
which, she said, was in con-
traal to the movement's tra
dition of unity. Acknowledg-
ing the "residual wounds"
Continued on Pag* 13-A
,...,..,... .iii;i|i-.i ii i !'<....... i.....' > I' i.i
BASED ON ISRAELI A-CAPABILITY
Times Says Reds Offered
Nuclear \saisi to
Egypt
NEW YORK (JTA) The
New York Times reported this
week from i airo that Hie Soviel
i refused '<> sell nucleai wea
pons to Egypt but promised Presi-
Nasser nuclear protection if
Israel developed such weapons.
The reports were attributed t
Western embassies in Cairo but
were described as still not <>iii
lj continued. The refusal and the
i ledge were asserted to have been
made m discussions in Cairo last
December between Egyptian Offi-
cials and a Soviet military dele-
gation headed by A, A. Grechko.
Firsl Deputy Defense Minister.
Nasser reportedly asked the
Russians about purchase of Sov-
iet-made nuclear weapons and
Marshal Grechko replied that
the Soviet Union would not do
so because it opposed nuclear
proliferation. Marshal Grechkc
reportedly told Nasser that Rus-
sia would offer Egypt a "nu
clear guarantee" against Israel
if that became necessary.
The Times report said tli..'
though neither Egypt nor Israe
have atomic weapons, fears ol
atomic arms race in the Middle
East are widespread. Al Abram
which frequently expresses off:
cial Government views, twice cai
tied editorials that il Israel de
veloped or obtained atomic wea
pons Egypt would have to mate!'
them
The dispatch said that la>:
Continued on Page 11-A
BB to Probe Denial
Of Hall to Conference
WASHINGTON (JTA) Dr.
William A. Wexler. international
president of B'nai B'rith, said this
week in a statement to the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency, that the de-
cision to denj use of Hie B'nai
B'rith building in Tel Aviv for
Jewish Reform worship would be
reviewed at a meeting ol the or-
der's International executive com-
mittee m New York on Mar. ti.
Dr Wexler said also thai recom
mendations ol the B'nai B'rith in
ternational council would bi sub-
mitted to the order's board ol
emors for determination
and course ol action He noted
that the action in Tel Aviv was a
local decision
He added that "it appears that
B'nai B'rith has become a sud-
den and innocent focus of the
otherwise drawn-out controversy
over the status of religion in Is-
rael. We regret this deeply." He
added that the basic purpose of
the order was to "encourage
Jewish life in all its options. Our
programs are specifically design-
ed to respect and embrace all
religious ideologies ot Judaism
with partisanship toward ncne.
This h.-.s been, and persists as
our philosophy nd practice."
Ik- pointed uui that as :i nass
Continue''! e-~ Page 9-A
DR. WILLIAM WEXLER


2-A
vJenist norkttan
Friday, February 11
Rosenwald to be Guest at CJA Fete;
Rabbi Lehrman Scheduled as Speaker
WCSJVIiW DAI SUCCESS PAGE 7A
William Rosenwald. honorary
national chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal, will be guest of
honor at a cocktail party and re-
ception sponsored jointly by the
Combined Jewish Appeal of Great
er Miami and the (Jotted Jewish
Appeal of Greater New York on
Sunday afternoon.
Joseph M, Lipton. president of
the Creator Miami Jewish Federa-
;ii preside al the function.
scheduled from 4 to 6 p.m.. in the
Louis Philippe Room of the I on
tainebleau Hotel. Dr. Irving Lehr-
man, chairman of the CJA camp
aign cabinet, will speak. Albert
Parker, a general chairman of the
1966 I'JA in New York, also will
participate.
Rosenwald, who served for
three years as general chairman
of the UJA, is vice chairman of
i lor Moshe Bartur. Is-
I's ( ef pei manenl delegate to
. ia o .- : Gem va lor
s, will be guesl
nual in.
ents in behalf
I ish Ap-
- schedul
ii lay, in the Camelol
I Row
.' Hirsch and 3< ;>ii H.
n i n oi Ihe
h !i Rabbi Leon K:
so will

Other committee members
nclud* Abraham M. Axelrod,
- ( 3. 3latt, William Bresslr,
Jack A. Burstein, Leon Gold-
nan, Maurice L. Jackson, Ja-
-cb M. Jacobs, Harry Kai
Simon D. Kerman, Philip Kes-
jlcr, Aaron Korenvaes, Irving
'/.r. and Mrs. Si-
mon S. Malls, Meyer M. Marcos,
Harry Pottick, Samuel Sehwart2,
Ch Sommer, Charles A
lbs 3, Ben Stone and Wil-
teg.
MAYSHK rRIEDBERG
lobor Zionist Chairman since 1951
urges you to celebrate Israel's
YEAR OF CHAI
at Israel Bend Dinner, Feb. 13,
fnntainebl >au Hotel.
Res. Call 531-6731
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Phone IE 1-3595
945 MICHIGAN AVE.. MIAMI BEACH
AMBASSADOR BARTUR
Ambi
in the Zionist
r youth movement in G
18. when
in Palestine. He entered th<
tstry i Affairs when Is-
1 ecame independent in 1948,
He became deputj dire I
in 1951, director oi the Min
Economic Department, li
economic relations. In
chiding economic negot itions,
tiaric agreements, air agreements,
and problems arising out of the
Aral) economic boycott.
lie was duel delegate ol Israel
to the Economic Commission lor
Europe oi the United Nations, the
Council of Europe in Strassburg,
and the General Assembly ot i le
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Top Israeli Diplomat to be Guest Speaker
At Camelot Hall Residents Fete for CJA
WILLIAM ROSENWALD
the American Jewish Joint Dis-
tribution Committee and vice
president of the United HI AS
Service. A philanthropic, civic
and business leader, he has
served as chairman of the Board
of American Securities Corpora-
tion since 1946. Prior to that he
was director of Sears, Roebuck
and Co.
Rosenwald, a frequenl visitor '
i-iai I has n aveled hundred! oi
thousands of miles in beh
the l '\ He is honorary \ i> i
dent ol the American Jewish
mitte tary ol the i -I \ ol
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ber of the Hoard of Directors ot
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Friday, February 11, 1966
+Jenist Fhridliain
Page 3-A
Seminary to Cite Sen. Kennedy Feb. 28
At Seventh Annual Convocation Dinner
Sen. Robert F. Kennedy will de-
liver the principal address at the
seventh annual convocation din-
ner of Jewish Theological Semin-
ary of America on Monday, Feb.
28. at the Diplomat Hotel, it was
announced by Dr. Louis Finkel-
Bteln, chancellor of the Seminary.
Earlier in the clay. Dr. Finkcl-
slcin will confer the honorary de-
cree of Doctor of Laws upon the
former Attorney General and aide
to the late President. The prcsen-
tation will In' made at a special
convocation marking the Semin-
Bassett to Chair
NCC J Dinner Here
Harry Hood Basset, president of
1he First National Bank of Miami.
has been selected as chairman of
the 14th annual Brotherhood Din-
ner of the Florida Region of the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews.
Announcement of Bassctt's ac-
ceptance was made Wednesday by
C Clyde Atkins. William C. Gaith
er and Richard F. Wolfson, NCC.I
co-chairmen,
The SlOO-a plate dinner is died
tiled for the Fontainebleau Hotel
Feb. 21. Highlight of the annual
event is the presentation of Silver
Medallion Brotherhood Awards to
three persons, members of the
Catholic, Jewish and Protestant
'.. hs.
Basset! succeeds John R. Ring
. dinner chairman. A dinner com-
mittee of some 200 leaders met at
.he Dupont Plaza Hotel last week
10 complete plans lor the function.
A member of the Board of Trus-
tees of the University of Miami
since 1980, Bassett is a former
president of the Orange Bowl Com-
mittee and is chairman of the Fi-
nance Committee and a member
of the Board of Directors of the
United Fund of Dade County.
ary's 80th anniversary at Temple
Emanu-El, lToi Washington Ave.
The life of the 41 -year-old
Senator from Nw York has
been underscored by a wide
spectrum of public service. The
Seminary will cite him for his
"realism, integrity, forthright-
ness and rich capacity for hard
work in the public good."
A graduate of Harvard and Vir-
ginia Law School. Kennedy has
been counsel to a number of sena-
torial investigating committee-
and Attorney General and mana-
ger "I the Presidential campaign
which brought his late brother to
the White House in 1960. He is
president of the Joseph P. Ken-
nedy. Jr. Foundation and the au-
thor of -The Enemy Within."
The convocation and dinner on
Feb. 28 is part of a nationwide
celebration of the Seminary's 80
years of service. Events have al-
ready been held in Boston. New
York City. Philadelphia and ethers
will take place later this year in
Chicago, St. Louis. Atlanta and
other cities.
Friends of the Seminary are con-
ducting a SHo.OOO.OOO campaign for
construction of three new build-
ings and expansion of facilities
and programs to meet the needs
of 800 synagogues representing
350.000 families in the Conserva
live movement throughout the na-
tion.
Lecture Series
To be Launched
A new course of 12 lectures on
"Socrates and Spinoza" will he
launched Thursday morning. 10
a.m.. at Washington Federal Audi-
torium, 1234 Washington Ave.
Dr Abraham Wolfson will give
the series of lectures, to Ik- fol-
lowed by music and recitations,
Raphael Burstcin is chairman ot
the series
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Program was to feature W. Bill-
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SEN. ROBERT KENNEDY
MAYOR TO SPEAK
Elliott Roosevelt, son of
the late President Franklin
Roosevelt, and Mayor of the
City of Miami Beach, will
be guest of honor at a se-
rial reception tendered by
the 80th Anniversary Com-
mittee of the Jewish Theol-
ogical Seminary of America
Thursday, Feb. 17. 4:30
p.m.. at the Fden Roc Hotel.
Leonard Rosen, president
of the CJulf American Land
Corporation, is chairman of
the reception. Rabbi Max
Arzt. vice chancellor of the
Seminary. will describe
Seminary plans for expan-
sion.
The reception is a fore-
runner to the Seminary's
seventh annual convocation
and dinner in the Miami
area.
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Rabbi Lehrman Scheduled as Speaker
WCSTVItW DAY SUCCESS PACt 1-A
William Rosenwald, honorary
national chairman of the United
Jewish Appe.il. will be giiesl ol
honor at a cocktail party and re-
ception sponsored jointly by the
Combined Jewish Appeal of Great
er Miami and the United Jewish
Appeal oi Greater New York on
Sunday .iltenioon.
Joseph -M. Lipton. president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, uill preside at the function.
scheduled from 4 to 6 p.m., in the
Louis Philippe Room of the Ion
tainebleau Motel. Dr. Irving Lehr-
man, chairman of the CJA camp-
aign cabinet, will speak. Albert
Parker, a general chairman of the
1966 UJA in New York, also will
participate.
Rosenwald, who served for
three years as general chairman
of the UJA, is vice chairman of
Top Israeli Diplomat to be Guest Speaker
At Camelot Hall Residents Fete for CJA
lor Moshe Bartur, Is-
ate io
ii i :;< d Nations in Gene>
- will bi
. : the ann lal breakfast
Hall rei behalf
Jewish Ap-
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airmen of the
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sr committee members
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l 3. 3latt, Wi!!iam Bress!r,
Jack A. Burstein, Leon Gold-
Maurice L. Jackson, Ja-
cb M. Jacobs, Harry Kai.-
Simon D. Kei man, Philip Kcs-
cn Korenvaes, Irving
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Harry Potfick, Samuel Schwartz.
Summer, Charles A
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Seminary to Cite Sen. Kennedy Feb. 28
At Seventh Annual Convocation Dinner
Sen. Robert F. Kennedy will de-
llVer the principal address at the
seventh annual convocation din-
ner of Jewish Theological Semin-
M-y of America on Monday. Feb.
28. at the Diplomat Hotel, it was
announced by Dr. Louis Finkel-
Btein, chancellor of the Seminary.
Earlier in the day. Dr. Finkel-
Btein will confer the honorary de-
cree of Doctor of Laws upon the
former Attorney General and aide
to the late President. The presen-
tation will be made at a special
convocation marking the Semin-
Bassett to Chair
NCC J Dinner Here
Harry Hood Basset, president of
the First National Bank of Miami.
has been selected as chairman of
Die 14th annual Brotherhood Din-
er of the Florida Region of the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews
Announcement of Bas>ett's ac-
ceptance was made Wednesday by
C Clyde Atkins. William C. Gaith-
r and Richard F. Wolfton, nccj
co-chairmen.
The S10O-a plate dinner is ched-
nled for the Fontamcblcau Hotel
!) 21. Highlight of the annual
event is the presentation of silver
Medallion Brotherhood Awards to
three persons, members of the
Catholic, Jewish and Protestant
faiths.
Bassett succeeds John R. Ring
. dinner chairman. A dinner com-
Itee ot M>nie 2(H) leaders met at
Dupont Plaza Hotel last week
to complete plans lor the function.
A member of the Board ot Trus-
tees ot the University of Miami
Mine 1950. Bassett is a former
president oi the Orange Bowl Com-
ttee and is chairman of the Fi-
nance Committee and a mcmlicr
he Board of Directors of the
United Fund oi Dade County.
ary's 80th anniversary at Temple
Emanu-El, 1701 Washington Ave.
The life of the 41-year-old
Senator from New York has
been underscored by a wide
spectrum of public service. The
Seminary will cite him for his
"realism, integrity, forthright-
ness and rich capacity for hard
work in the public good."
A graduate of Harvard and Vir-
ginia Law School. Kennedy has
been counsel to a number oi sena
torial investigating committees
and Attorney General and mana-
ger ol the Presidential campaign
which brought his late brother to
the White House in 1900. He is
president of the Joseph P, Ken-
nedy. Jr. Foundation and the au-
thor of -The Enemy Within."
The convocation and dinner on
Feb. 28 is part of a nationwide
celebration of the Seminary's 80
years of service. Events have al-
ready been held in Boston. New
York City, Philadelphia and others
will take place later this year in
Chicago, St. Louis, Atlanta and
other cities.
Friends ol the Seminary are eon
ducting a 136.000,000 campaign for
construction ot three new build-
ings and expansion of facilities
and programs to meet the needs
of son synagogues representing
350.000 families m the Conserva-
tive movement throughout the na-
tion.
Lecture Series
To be Launched
A new course of 12 lectures on
"Socrates and Spinoza"' will he
launched Thursday morning. 10
;i m ;it Washington Federal Audi-
torium, 1234 Washington Ave.
Dr Abraham WolfSOn will give
the series of lectures, to !>, fol-
lowed bj music anil recitations.
Raphael Burstein is chairman of
the series.
THE ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP DINNER
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March 1st, 1966
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Landscape Expert Speaks to Club
Next meeting ol" the Dadeland
Garden Club was to he held on
Thursday, 9:30 a.m., at the home
of Mrs. Byron Cherkas. 74)!u SW
132nd St.
Program was to feature W. BUI
man Neal. landscape architeel
from Tropical Landscape Com-
SEN. ROBERT KENNEDY
MAYOR TO SPEAK
Elliott Roosevelt, son of
the late President Franklin
Roosevelt, and Mayor of the
City of Miami Beach, will
he guest of honor at a spe-
cial reception tendered l>>
the 80th Anniversary Com-
mittee of the Jewish Theol-
ogical Seminary of America
Thursday, Feb. l". 4:30
p.m., at the Eden Roc 1 Intel.
Leonard Rosen, president
of the Gulf American Land
Corporation, is chairman of
the reception. Rabbi Max
Arzt. vice chancellor of the
Seminary, will describe
Seminary plans lor expan-
sion.
The reception is a fore
runner to the Seminary s
seventh annual convocation
and dinner in the Miami
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Friday, February 11, 1966
21 Shevat 5726 v ..
Israel Bonds Meet
Converges in Miami
Once again this year, Greater Mi-
ami will be the scene for the open-
.:-.c of the Israel Bond drive, which
will have its inaugural conference at
the Fontainebleau Hotel next week-
end from Feb. 1 to 20.
The Israel Bond program, which
.s now celebrating its fifteenth an-
niversary, has emerged as a major
force in the economic growth of the
State of Israel. Last year, more then
5:?!,000,COO in Israel Bonds were
sold, establishing an all-time high for
the campaign. This augurs well for
1366, when SI05,000,000 in Israel
I sales will be the target.
In its fifteen-yecn history, the Is-
I Bond drive has wrought out-
r'. mding chances ::: Israel's econom-
\ rity has been re-
-?d by one of the highest stand-
new nation. A
. een moved
ized mid-
ntieth century Major scient::::
v.ents have
record* e more than 1,-
of
\. m | ive been given hon
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.ry the
>s1 .:. the Year or Cl
ibolizing life a special etfon be madi
-.'.1 ol Isrcel Bonds, which have given ro-
bust life to the country's economy.
Mrs. Meir Our Guest
Special interest Ls focused on the inaugural
corJerence next weekend because its guest
of honor will be a leader whose name is deer
to Jews ever/where Israel's foremost woman,
recently retired as Foreign Minister Mrs Golda
:-:eir.
The rrr.:e:e-:e v : Mrs Meii
lifetime of dedicated service to hei r^ecr.e and
tor the :::;pj-r:.c- 5-5 has rive:: tc "
Jewry s e-crts in Israel s z-i'r.z.:.
Greater Mknni _s rrcud :: be bosl le Mrs.
Meir and to the more than i -.-e? r.ere
from throughou: the 'Jr.tted States cr.d" Czr.zzz
who will be taking part in the L-.augurc; con-
ference.
ted by the presentation of awards to
: icon citizens who have made val-
. rts ic Histadrut. Jacob Rifkin, of
will be a:-. i top leaders
Mr.
i.l .
...
"::.terence here si in-
. .
3 been among the cen-
pioneei n
Si rte
Histadrut Conference
The American Histadrut Foundcticr. hes
chosen our community as the site of :ts mid-
winter conference. Opening this comma Mon-
day at the Fontainebleau Hotel, the conference
will feature the second-ranking member of the
Israel delegation to the United Stales Efa
Evron.
Investigation Needed
The incident in Trenton, N.J.. last week in-
volving young members of the Republican
Party who sang anti-Semitic and racist songs at
a state convention deserves more than the
promise of an investigation.
The promise, made by Walter B, Todd, state
chairman of the Republican Party, should be
extended far beyond this. Indeed, it has na-
tional ramifications.
Has the GOP, as some contend, become a
kind of secret "hiding place" for radicals of the
extreme right wing? This would be a sad turn
of events, for the party of Abraham Lincoln is
the traditional national standard-bearer of hon-
est and respectable American conservatism.
It :s the party that has counted among its
ranks such great Americans as the late Robert
Tcft and President Eisenhower in our own time.
It is the party whose deeply-rooted patriotic
principles stend in respectful opposition to the
Democratic Party, where political and econom-
xf_beliefs run a broader gamut than in the
GCP to embrace more liberal views of the
government s role in the private lives and des-
t..-.:es of the nation's individual citizens.
But there should be no room in either party
for the kind of thing such as the Trenton inci-
dent suggests racism, anti-Semitism and ex-
treme right-wingism that insult the dignity the
traditions, and the highest purposes of Ameri-
ca s two dominant political parties, Republic-
Israel's Minister Plenipotentiary here Ml Cn ?n;DemoCTa^.
Evron is a former American representative o' ,k t e?remis,s wcnt to oracnize, that is
the Histadrut Executive Board in the | n,gkt- But a11 honest Republicans and all
should be excellently qualified as aue -e,n *9?dwi^ of whenever party, should be
or at the brunch on Monday launch the .ceter!ninec !ne extremists be recognized
conference. '." are and not c::~i:ted to do their
The national Histadrut runction will h. Zez :he c; Republican
during Ihe week
... as i see it
LEO MINDLIN
by

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THE FILM version of "Doctor
Zhivago," now showing ;ii
the Beach Theatre on Lincoln
Rd is interesting from many
points of view. It is a 'ine
motion picture: the mult: mil-
lion dollar budget^ of -uch
productions notwithstanding,
there are so few of them
these days. What it does s to
project both the tempera.nent
and political disillusionment
of Boris Pasternak in a way that refuses to trade on the cold war.
The film might have easily leaned on a 'hurrah-for our side" propa-
ganda technique and possibly come off even better in the eyes of
a mass audience. Books have after all been violated wholesale by
Hollywood in the past, and with the kind of impunity that helped
add to its coffers. The tradition was there to be emulated.
Instead. 'Doctor Zhivago" depicts on the screen what Boris Pas-
ternak's vision was all about; and one sees perhaps even more c! trly
than in the novel how it is that Pasternak brought it off wi'hout
being murdered, Bent away to Siberia, or suffering some other current
equivalent of Soviet banishment. This is not to say that the fiim is
better than the novel: films almost never are. It merely sug
that Pasternak's condemnation of the brutality of the Russian
lution has been translated into the motion picture medium in Pas-
ternak's terms rather than in Hollywood's or in the East-West iia-
logue's, with the accent in our favor.
For Jews, particularly. "Doctor Zhivago" should raise tome ten-
der and inescapable thoughts. All too many of them are entrapped
in the historic undertow of by now cold revolutionary memories and
feelings onlj tenuously related to the past, and that ha\e no pi:
among the realities of contemporary political experience
THI UlTIMATC SiNSt Of KCV01UTI0N
jews constituted A flood of then own in the vast immigrant
** tide yearning to be free of Czarist domination and who car e I 1
America at the beginning of the twentieth century. Thej left Russia
to he rid of till the inequities the> had suffered there, the pei
and the pogroms They fled from military servici under 1 re-
gime that never considered their own most elemental interests
were right in refusing it then allegiance
With them, thej brought the fever and the ferment of tin
revolution the Marxist and pseudo-Marxist aura thai pervaded
Russian atmosphere at the time of their departure I'..;! it
were finallj in Ihe land of the free here, the tenement phettoe< m 1
overwhelming economic depression on which they fou ed dlj
helped to tell them so So longei concerned with attacks upon
because of their religion, thc> seemed tree for only one thing to
: upon the kind of enslavement they had not, in fact left l>-
and that saw them working in sweatshops for an inhuman m bei
ot hours a day
Hence, the social and economic ph losophy the Jews I 1 u (hi ith
them from Eastern Europe al the dawn of the twentieth rentu
be jusl as valid her. as il had been their \ longer ter-
med in the cruel realities of the revolution when .
their fantasies fed bj thi hi
bj ihe Soviet application of il Particuiai
blow to what had torevcr plagued them: *t 1m if-
rj t an;, attitude toward anti Semil W
- these people wl on.
as i .
I : CffUEt mptKSCNAUU 0. thi moiuiiOH
Q1-'1 WN sion
otion to thi |i 1
'.'. ed tl
e many .....
cow Ihe work.
,'....
to acquire 1
' I a ....
. ; pn lie. .
Jews, them elves, an
prime
ranee of anti-Semitism in the Moscow-designed Utopia is 1
S-mt-T I !"'"". m W8S' """ ThmaS M00reS ": ''
uaikuaid. by Edward Bellamy.
The Philosophy of sociology and economics apart. Rons Paster-
nak Doctor Zhivago fastened upon the bizarre sense ... -
debunlsisth'? """""r"'1' !0Vement And what "1,~ aS
nun 1 ?f,?niUne '"""> "f ,ht' 'solution It wav he
' ''I* "V a> """""1li"' M the ( zarist regime: and this means
of he n 1 i "n,H',,s,,ln:"'">-' unconcerned with the require, ents
;ie,mo;eme,:;,,;;i.,7,Ml,'h ^ he lmmedl"te f<"-'" "'- "
THt PARADOXfS Of PAST AND PRtStNT
writingaZre.fe^;onhnfP?:C,'Phy!iiCian Vmbolbei this fa.lure His
1." u "v7.,s ,. -, .; M1"' S-" se,,t""tfn< nd feeling, was therefore
- 7- ;l "." "' "u' sucecss," the evolution. In fact
' ;";;' he mdulu.l. ,. suggested the possibility of
;u---c.^:,i>hu, the cruelty of events in general, and hence ,
* ihVeidwLh: \m^,,.,,l'",,,;u,,'aN mi u'rvo,>, !e2?erls wi,h ''-
1 ends ol me. hi. ., ",'lll"-'v he did not J""1 *
;sofnn Itzhak Pfeffer and David Bergelson, .ho
other kP :,:h""'11 '" ?m Stalinist purge or an-
sidered guilty. '" *ins ul whicn v"" ZMwujo was con-
Yiddish, hence !,,', ,, k tl '8, ",at he did ,Mrt wri,e ta
doctrine-condemneS JewS"eStSST .'"' """"" 'u"u-"od '*' the
I "> "Zhivago" iiu- u- ;,,?UU'Tm VUv AM0" "" ""
sen. the artist, ft is ... tie. ,0 m"v, Th* hero- lum-
live." and hence nlivs, ,lt t'"U"t,'V ,Urt- as he Pu "to
for. seeking i 2 i;-1 "' '" whUe in a van, ef-
sume his civilian exist.. ,, i^olution to take up and re-
curred. H aSoS-2IZX*^ ""-,-o.ut.on had never oc
toParis, ',lMI Uw- Wl entirely, immi-
But the new wave thorn -,(#,.,. /t
"ble to read his poeuj doite 'T S "lh who now found "
' Zhivago himselt 1,. bourgeois sentimentality, did
: ,hus the revoluuon Useu" me,*anics "> revo""
the wav ot 1 cou,d merelv cePl lu
'" other, They did not"h."' existence. knowing and
political cl.......J I '' '" '"""'"'Hate the
' ,,u> were merelj required to
Continued on Pg M.A
e*


Mday, Fabruary 11. 1966
*. knist nnrndHirtm
Page 5-.--
Lfcu .i/v \*mrordiall\f \jn\-ited to ^>-fttc>ui a
s^jani Jribwte Mrs. GOLDA MEIR
Retired Foreign Minister of the State of Israel
Sunday Evening. February 20th at 7:00 P. M.
\t the Foniainebleau Hotel
l \nJcr the /4ttpice* oj
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(Development Corporation for Israel)
The American Jewish community is proud to honor a great and beloved
leader of Israel. Her record of achievement, her vision and her spirit of
self-sacrifice have been an inspiration to the Jewish people and to the free
world as a whole.
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HER STUNNING CONTRIBUTIONS TO MIDDLE EAST DIPLOMACY
Stellar Achievements of Golda Meir
Golda Meir, who will be the
-.n-i ol honor at the Israel Bond
inaugural conferencl ai the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel lioni Feb. 18 to
20. has been a foremost link of
inspiration between American
lew ry and Israel
In her own hie are vividly mil-
ored the years of struggle and
challenge and the years of
achievement and triumph which
have gone into the realization of
the dream of a Jewish State.
Golda Meir has been a school
eacher, fanner. Ambassador.
Labor Minister, and Minister of
Foreign Affairs besides being a
nother and grandmother.
In the arena of world diplo-
v. Golda Meir's self-effacing
nodesty and simplicitj have won
jreal popularity.
Picture of Massacre
Ida Moir v en\ to Israel from
in Europe via the United
Moshe Mabo
h r in Ihi
i
He is said
1 ice box
seen in his to Meir
11 Is espei
sed to
helpful. This is the way she
the storj:
The first thing I remember
mj childhood was the time mj
lather was nailing hoards to the
front door. He was boarding the
i n -< because rumors were
>pread that another massacre
aii- 111 preparation. I can not
rase the picture from my mind.
II remained with me all my life."
The familj moved to America,
settling in Milwaukee, where lit
ili Golda went to school She
.- c e m e d precociously social-
: ii ned. At the age of 11. she
i/id the Young American
S -V: -. -in:, ij u, |,|.
pool' children
''' ei thought
i publish a stor>
.: ii
COLDA MtIR
indomitable spirit
Goli i
d
the skirts ol
hort. she
nc a school teacher There
other i: ilds open to
i ii then. She continued also
Her activity for the underpriv-
ileged and came to be recognized
as a good public speaker He fa-
ther earlier had become alarmed
at her speaking propensities and
cautioned her against them, but
once chancing to come upon her
while she was delivering an im-
passioned speech on a street cor-
ner, he changed his mind about
it
Place for Jews
It was a day when the news
canied manj stories ol
pogroms against Jews The out
break of the first wmid Warr
bnni'- hi rep.ii ts ol ii assacies on
a larger scale. She read that, in
Metropolitan Opera tenor Jan Peerce and Netania Davrath,
brilliant young Israeli soprano, will appear in concert at the
1966 international inaugural conference for Israel Bonds on
Sunday evening, Feb. 20, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. They
will peiform at the closing session of a three-day internation-
al -jonlerence which will pay tribute to Mrs. Golda Meir, who
recently resigned as Israel Minister for Foreign Affairs. Peerce
will be featured in excerpts from "Rigoletto," "La Traviata"
c.id "Faust," while Miss Davrath will sing selections from
' Cosi Fan Tutte," "The Maqic Flute" and "La Boheme." They
sing a duet from "Don Giovanni," and both will also per-
form tradilicnal Hebrew melodies.
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her own town of Pinsk. forty
hungry Jews had been shot for
the crime of receiving aid from
the American Joint Distribution
Committee. There were stories ol
massacres of thousands of Jews
in the Ukraine.
The tragedy of the Jew was
that he was a minority every
where. Somewhere she thought,
there should be a place where
Jews could be masters of their
ow n fate.
Pioneer Builder
Out of the first World War
came the Balfour Declaration by
t lie British Government promis-
ing such a haven in the historic
homeland of the Jews. Ben-Gur
ion had been expelled by the
Turk- for supporting the Allied
can, lie came to America to
enlist soldiers for the Jewish
lit for the Allies.
with which the project for th"
rcestablishmenl of a Jewish
homeland was nol idi nl ified.
Golda Meir could not. as the
ma> i"
d.,; join the army. Bu1 th< r<
' I
settlin i nd becoming a pi
oncer builder of the new state
thai would grow up after the war
So it as thai she and her hus
band boarded the SS Pocahontas
en route to Palestine.
Golda and her husband located
themselves at Merchavia. mean
ing 'the expanse of God.'' They
v, ere now farmers She knew lit
tie about farming, but she was
immediately made aware of one
difference between farming in
Wiscon.-in and Palestine In Wis
cousin, the color of one's clothes
was a matter of indifference on
the farm. But the first thing she
was told in Merchavia was that
she was not to walk through the
field in a white dress Thai would
make her an easj target for Ar
ab snipers. Sin' was instru
where to take cover win
alarm was sounded.
Chicken-Raising
There was an old Yiddish say-
among the pom- European
.lews that if a Jew ate chicken,
either the .lew was sick or the
chicken was siek Chicken was
too dear a delicacy lor ordinary
occasions. But now that they
were farmers and, what was
more, lords of their own com-
monwealth, might they not hope,
that even when not down with
the croup or other ailment, they
niiuht enjoy a bit of chicken'
When her settlement decided
to o into the raising of poultry.
Golda was sent to Beth Shenieii,
where a course in poultry-raisins
was offered. She had been a
school teacher, so she should,
make a Hood pupil, too, her fel-
low chalutzim reasoned.
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of eggs. Golda Meir. the Mil
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special pride in this phase of the
country's progress.
But the chickens did not ab-
sorb her. The foundations of a
new country were being laid.
Many new settlements were be-
ing started and thvUC were many
things to do. Her leadership qual-
ities could not be Ignored. When
I he second World War broke out.
the British Government wel-
comed her assistance, naming
her to the Kcononiic Council of
the Mandatory Government, and
she helped among other things to
recruit soldiers for the Palestine
brigade which served in the war.
Then came the later days at
the end of the war. a period Ol
greater crisis for Pal -stine
With thousands of Jews in DP
camps in i to enter PaU
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stine. Britain's Foreign Minister,
Ernest Bevin, sought to scrap
the Balfour Declaration. Rather
than permit .lews to enter, he
persuaded his government t >
give UP the Mandate and leave
Palestine.
British Evacuation
On May 14. 1948. the day thi
British evacuated their forces,
with the armies of seven Arab
neighboring nations poised on
Israel's borders expecting to in
vade and quickly finish off the
Jews, a group of leaders met at
the Tel Aviv Museum and pro-
claimed the independence of th*
Jewish State. Golda Meir was on
of those who.-UHaed its Decla
ration of Independence the
one founding mother among 3ri
founding fathers of newborn Is
rael.
There were some who had wa\
end Could 650,000 Jews with
stand 4',) million Arabs. Golda
Meir once said she always aske I
herself whal is right. If it i
right then we must do it "Ai i
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* Jenisti Fk>ridK&jn
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U.S. Explains' Egypt Aid
Results of the 1966 Westview-Federation Day are talked over
by (left to right) CJA Chairman Jay I. Kislak; guest speaker,
Sid Luckman; and Westview Chairman David P. Cats-nan.
Record attendance increased giving over last year by 26.5
per cent.
1
CJA-Westview
Day Scores Big
26.5% Gift-Plus
attendance at the dim i r
i pation in the golf tour-
double 'hi' size i last
i fourth annual W l
i (i mtrj i lub Greater Miami
ish I- deration Day rolle I up
;ii \ i' 26 5 per cent in-
in gifts i" the 1966 I >n
(I Jewish Appeal last Thm --
i ,i\
The fforts of David P. Cat*-
i ian .!> chairman, Col. Jacob
. 'v as toastmaster, and Sid
kman as gueai speaker com-
bined for a record outpouring of
support by Weetvlew members
which has given an important lift
in the entire campaign," CJA gen-
pral chairman, .lay I. Kislak. as-
serted.
Interest in the golf tourneys,
directed by Larry Porter, shared
attention with the culminating
dinner of the day. A team of Dr.
Julian Rickles, Lewis E. Zorn,
Myron R. Boraks and Edward
Harris tied with a unit consisting
of James Cohen, Max V. Cogen,
Sidney Lefcourt and Jaime
Goldemberg for low gross hon-
ors at 238.
Low net title was annexed by
squad of Sol A. Maksik. Frank
Lcderfeind, Benjamin Koven and
Stanley C. Myers with a 193. s II.
Levine won the low gross with a
74. and Dr. Denis Quittner s 64
look low net honors. Carl Weinkle
won elosest to the hole on the 11th
green, and Westview-Federation
Day Chairman Catsman won the
special award for the closest ap-
proach to an eagle with a mere
'.<> inches from the pin on one shot.
Jaj i. Kislak, general chairman,
presented a special award on be-
half of the Greater Miami Jewish
I'cdcration to Westview Country
Club. Catsman received the pla-
^ que lor the club.
WASHINGTON i.ITA) The
State Department lauded "the con-
structive and helpful role the
United Arab Republic has played
in several current international is
sues."' said it was encouraged by
recent Egyptian policies, and
justified the resumption of Amer-
ican aid.
Douglas MacArthur 2nd. Assist
ant Secretary of State for Congre-
gational Relations, made known
the Department's latest evaluation
of the Nasser regime in a letter
to Rep. Leonard Farbstein, New
York Democrat and member of the
House Foreign Affairs Committee.
Rep. Farbstein had protested the
resumption of aid to Egypt while
that country was purchasing new
Soviet weapons.
MacArthur wrote: "Following
several months of improvement
in U.S.-U.A.R. relations and evi-
dence of increasing U.A.R. atten-
tion to internal problems of
economic and social develop-
ment, the President authorized
negotiations of a P. L. 480 (sur-
plus commodity) agreement
which was signed January 3,
1946. We believe the new agree-
ment provides a basis for ex-
panding U.S.-U.A.R. cooperation,
if circumstances warrant. We
are encouraged by economic re-
form measures recently under-
taken by the U.A.R. and the con-
structive and helpful role toe
U.A.R. has played in several cur-
rent international issues."
In response to Rep Farbstein's
criticism <-\ massive new transac-
tions With .lor Ian and Saudi Ara-
bia. Mr MacArthur said: "in the
past 18 years the United States
has worked to case tensions in the
Near Fast. To this end we have
tried t<> avoid becoming a major
supplier of arms to Israel or the
Arab states. We have agreed occa-
sionally, however, to make- Sales
of specific material no! available
lrom other sources to meet Inter-
nal security and legitimate self-
defense needs in sori-.v area state-
including Israel.
The State Department lias in
v estimated reported American par-
ticipation in the Egyptian recket
program and is "satisfied that no
IS. citizens capable of making
significant contribution to missile
research and development have
l>een or are connected with U.A.R.
missile development" the State Dt
pertinent official stated.
Rep. Farbstein commented that
he did not share the Department's
"new evaluation of Egypt as a
, constructive and helpful peace-
maker which merited American
aid." He said the fact remains
that President Nasser has open y
threatened a war of aggl
against Israel and has been build-
ing a huge Soviet-supplied arsenal
al the expense oi domestic de-
v eiopment."
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Andre Bialolenki, progi im
chairman of the Miami Beach
Zionist District Luncheon Club,
has announced that guest speaker
at the club's meeting on Wednes-
day, 12:15 p.m., at the Rita Plaza
Hotel, was Capt Leo Gardner,
regional manager for the South-
eastern United States of F.I Al Is-
rael Airlines.
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*Jewi$i> ficridliain
Friday, February 11, 1966
Accidental Report of U.S. Arms Deal
Continued from Page 1-A
Ihe Middle East, Pointing out that
1 could not remain indifferent to
massive" sales of Soviet arms
the Middle East region, the
State Department declared: "Ovei
the years, to meet modernization
requirements, we have sold the
iovemment of Israel various
terns oi military equipment to
help meet its own defense and in
al security requirements.
-o have included Patton
. nks."
State Department officials said
could not say specifically
the supply of tanks to Israel
involved an assumption that ihe
L'.S. arrangement was a substitute
for a West German deal to supply
Israel with various armaments.
But they indicated that it was fair
to draw such a conclusion. The
West German Government can-
celled an 880,000,000 arms deal
with Israel m October, 1964. It was
presumed here that the ISA has
also taken up the remainder of that
German-Israeli contract
The full text of the statement
issued by the State Department
Tuesday, m which reference was
made for the lirst time to the
I S arms deal with Israel read
as follows:
ADL Names Board to Study Facilities
In Florida Discriminating Against Jews
Judge William L Pallot. chair-
nan of the Florida Regional Board
Anti-Defamation League of
B'rith has appointed a spe-
..... committee to study discrim-
nation against Jews throughout
State of Florida.
Announcement of the committee
- made at a monthly meeting
API. Executive Committee
Dvponl Plaza Hotel on Mon-
Chairman of the Discrimina-
I ommittee i~ Charles Gold-
mbership includes Jerry
. Martin Fine, Dr, Irving
Si n Luby Jr., Rabbi
\ Roth. Mrs.
p S :;' t. Lav ri nee Singer,
. Weinkle and Henry E
fj
In spelling out the plans of
he committee, Goldstein point-
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:' ADL throughout the country
n working to combat prejudice.
committee will initially con-
lern itself with the handful of
cal, non-profit and civic orfiani-
:ations which are supported by the
There has been a recent spate
of news stories relating to reported
sales of military equipment by the
United States to various countries
in the Near East. The established
United States policy has been to
refrain from becoming a major
supplier of arms in this area while
retaining the option of helpinu the
countries of the area meet their
defense requirements through oc-
casional, selective sales.
"These exceptions to our gen-
eral policy have been based on
careful case-by-case examina-
tions and a determination that
such a sale would not be a de-
stabilizing factor. The United
States has made over the years
repeated quiet'efforts to encour-
age limitations on arms buildups
in the area. Until those bear
fruit, however, the United States
cannot be indifferent to the pot-
entially- destabilizing effect of
massive Soviet sales of arms to
the area.
"Over the years, to meet mod-
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incut to help it meet its own de-
fense and internal security require-
ments These have included Pat-
ton tanks.
"We and the British recently
have agreed to provide an air de-
fense system to Saudi Arabia, the
United States component being
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Stating that supplies to these coun-
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our established policy."
(The New York Times reported
Friday from Cairo that the Soviet
Union refused i<> sell nuclear wea-
pons to Egypt but promised Presi
dent Nasser nuclear protection if
Israel developed such weapons.
The reports were attributed to
Western embassies in Cairo but
were described as still not official-
ly confirmed. The refusal and the
pledge "ere asserted to have been
made in discussions in Cairo last
December between Egyptian offi-
cials and a Soviet military dele-
gation headed by A. A. Grechko,
First Deputy Defense Minister.
The Times report said that though
neither Egypt nor Israel have
atomic weapons, fears of an atom-
ic arms race in the Middle East
are widespread.)
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"Jenist fkriddictn
Page 9-A
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Bond Inaugural Feb. 18
Meir Sheiman. who served
38 Israel's first Economic Min-
ster in the United States, will
be principal speaker at a
meeting of the Board of Gov-
t mors of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization this Saturday eve-
ing to plan the 1966 cam-
.x:iqn for Israel Bonds. Louis
H, Boyar, of Los Angeles,
.-.airman of the Board of
Governors, will pieside at
:-.e meeting scheduled for the
-ontainebleau Hotel, which
.vill also be addressed by Dr.
oseph J. Schwartz, vice pres-
dent of the Israel Bond Or-
.-anization. and Samuel
-.v.hbeig, national campaign
lirman.
BANQUET IN EVENING
Nev./ Beth Israel
To be Dedicated
Here on Sunday
Prominent religious leaders,
,il figures and community
taries will be presenl on Sun-
afternoon, 3 p.m., v. Ih'H Bo'h
rael Congregation dedicates its
synagogue building.
The congregation is now located
770 West 40th St.. Miami Beach,
as founded tl years ago in
small store at the corner of
i-i Ave. and 40th St.
rwo years later, the congrega-
inovcd to a renovated three-
j building at the corner of
\unt> Ave and 40th St.. where
began its steady growth as an I
itstanding orthodox synagogue.
I aat Feb. 20, the congregation
ike ground lr its new building,
he completed facility, an out
> lent, contains a 400---cat sanctu-
rj as well as a chapel for daily
ervices, a large auditorium.
assrooms, two catering kitchens.
ffices and a mikvah.
The dedication ceremonies Sun-
..> will be followed by refresh
lents. In the evening, at 6:30 p.m..
the Harry v Schwarti Auditor-
uii of the synagogue, a special
> dication dinner will take place
.. Gutmann is chairman of the .
lier and Maurice Goldring is
liairman of the Dedication Com-
.'tee
Moses J. Grundwerg is presi-
ent oi the congregation. Kabbi
erel Wein is Its spiritual leader.
I
Continued from Page 1-A
the greatest in the history of the
Israel Bond effort so far.
"In the 15 years since its in-
ception.'' Hothberg noted, "the
Israel Bond drive has wrought
outstanding changes in the econ-
omic picture of Israel. Severe
austerity has been replaced by
one of the highest standards of
living in the Middle East. Indus-
tries have been built, homes have
been provided for some 1.300.000
immigrants, great areas have
i been irrigated, mineral resources
have been exploited, and roads,
harbors and railways have been
constructed.
"Today, as it celebrates its
18th anniversary, the Year of
thai.' Israel must dedicate itself
to the fulfillment of new and vi-
tal tasks Industrialization must
reach out from the major urban
centers to the new development
areas. The expansion of every
ic sector must keep pace
with a population that is con-
tinuing to grow rapidly. A con-
tinued How of Israel Bond funds
on a large scale is essential to
the achievement of these aims."
The climax of the conference
will he an inaugural dinner in
honor of Mrs. Meir. Hothberg
will preside at this event, which
will be held Sunday evening, Feb.
20, at the Kontainebleau. Admis-
sion will lie limited to those who
purchase a minimum of SI.000 in
Israel Bonds for 1966.
Among other principal speakers
will be Ambassador James Hoose-
velt, a member of the United
States delegation to the United
Nations. A former Congressman
from California, Ambassador
Roosevelt, who is the oldest son
0i the late President Franklin D.
Roosevelt, represents the United
States on the Economic and Soc-
ial Council of the UN and is an
alternate representative to its
General Assembly
Also to appear will be George
Meany, president of the AFL CIO
The opening session of the
conference, a luncheon on Fri-
day. Feb. 18, will serve to launch
the new campaign of the National
Women's Division of the Israel
Bond Organization. Guest of hon-
or at the luncheon will be Mrs.
Michael S. Comay, a noted au-
thor, and wife ol Israels per-
manent representative to the
United Nations. Mrs. Jan I'eerce,
chairman ot the National Wom-
en's Division, will preside at the
luncheon, which will feature the
world premiere of the all-Israeli
l!)66 Israel Bond Fashion Show.
Other key leaders of the Israel
Bond Organization who will play
a hading role at the conference
include Abraham Feinberg. presi-
dent: Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice
president; and Julian B. Ycnezky,
national chairman for regions.
At a special planning session
this weekend, preliminary to the
inaugural conference, the na-
tional Board of Governors ol the
Israel Bond Organization, will de-
velop a program directed toward
making 1966 the most productive
year in the history of the Israel
Bond campaign. Boyar will pre-
side at the meeting at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel, which will be
attended by key Jewish leaders
from the United States and
Canada.
The Board of Governors meet-
ing will open with a dinner ses>
miii this Saturday evening. On
Sunday morning, the National
Women's Division will hold a
breakfast planning session, with
Mrs. I'eerce presiding.
Florida N.Y. Club
To Meet Feb. 20
New York Club of Florida will '
meet on Sunday. Feb. 20. 8 pm,
at Washington Federal. 699 NK
167th St
Officers for 1966 will be install-
ed, with Judge Henry Balaban of.
liciating.
Entertainment will be provided
by Danny Sales Mrs. Henry Bala-
ban and Ducky Duck man.
BB to Probe
Denial of Hall
For Conference
Continued from Page 1-A
n ember ship group with members
. 44 nations, "we respect the fact
lal diversities in policies and
tices will arise out of local
Iture and customs" anil that
l! ritli had therefore operated
considerable local autonomy
ng its national groups
said that it appeared on the
is ot pr< liminary reports that
nai B'rith l adership in Is-
"at ted .n good faith and with-
it hostilit) toward any form of
a sm but the reports also point
he fact that the issue was com-
ited bj manj ti ctors some i ;
contradictor). as v' ell a b)
issues."
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*Jen isf Fkrndliciin
Friday, February 1 i 1966
Fifteen Years: A Record Set by Israel Bonds
^
By SAMUEL ROTHBERG
National Campaign Chairman
The l !>*>(> inaugural conference
for Israel Bonds, meeting at the
Fontainebleau Hotel next week-
end, Fob. 18 to 20. focuses atten-
tion once again on the Import-
ed the economic growth of
Israel as the foundation of its
future. *
An expanded economy has
been crucial to a nation whose
population has risen from less
than 1.400.000 to 2.600.000 in the
Fifteen years since the Israel
Bond drive began, Israel has util-
ized the funds provided through
Israel Bonds to bring about his-
toric growth in every facet of the
economy.
The record of the campaign has
been climaxed by the sale in 1069
of more than S91.000.000 in Is-
rael Bonds, the largest amount
ever sold in one year
Another positive element is the
fact that a total of S65.000.000 in
I-rael Bonds will mature this
year, including some S30.00.000
in Israel Coupon Bonds of the In-
dependence Issue, which will tall
due on May i. 1966. The experi-
ence during the period from May,
1963 to the end of 1965. in the
course of which more than $107.-
000.000 has been paid out on mat-
uring Bonds, is that a large pro-
portion of those whose Bonds are
redeemed choose to reinvest the
proceed.-, in new Israel" Bonds.
This should prove to be an im-
portant source of strength for the
1966 campaign.
Young women farmers are shown using a mechanized system
lor spraying a newly-planted orange grove at an experimental
farm settlement in the Negev, northwest of Beersheba. The
agricultural development of the area, which is helping make
room for new immigrants, is being aided by the National Water
Project, built with the aid of Israel Bond funds. In the spraying
procedure shown here, the chemical is kept in a tank en the
back of a tractor, which is fitted with a special attachment that
rovers four rows of trees simultaneously.
A Swedish freighter named "Vingaland" was the first ship
to dock at the new port of Ashdod, built with the aid of Israel
Bond funds. The harbor began operations this week with the
arrival of the 6,000-ton ship carrying a cargo of sugar. Shown
at the new port, the "Vingaland" is the first ship on o regular
ran to berth at Ashdod. The harbor, located on the Mediterran-
ean twenty-eight miles south of Tel Aviv, will soon handle
(.00,000 tons a year.
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The success of this year's drive
is essential so that Israel's pro-
gram of economic development
may continue without interrup-
tion, Although the volume ol ex
ports keeps increasing each year.
Israel still has a very substantial
gap in its balance of trade. In-
dustrial production must be ex-
panded even more than it has
been to improve the country's
trade position in 1966. Repara-
tions from West Germany, which
averaged S65.000.000 per year loi
the past twelve years, ended
early in 1965, and Israel muitt
now fill the gap from other
sources.
Na niww developing country
has done more with outside aid
than Israel. Yet the Negev desert
remains largely unpopulated,
waiting for the further extension
of the National Water Carrier to
irrigate the dry wilderness that
makes up more than half its ter-
ritory.
The feasibility of the combined
plan undertaken by the United
Slates and Israel to establish a
giant double-purpose nuclear
plant tor the desalination of sea
water and for the production ol
electric power has been confirm-
ed by the engineers and planners
But l.-rael will be hard put to it
n ,de its share ol the $200,-
..... needed to sel that plant
up by 1972.
Fulfilling Potential
The r< SUlts achieved with the
aid ol Israel Bonds so far provide
an impressive indication that Is
rael is prepared to live up to its
potential. From a land which had
scarcely any industrial plans lil-
teen years ago, Israel produced
more S2.loo.ooo.ooo m manu-
factured goods in 1965. as mm
pared to S400.00.000 in 1991.
Agricultural production has risen
from S83.000.000 to S450.000.00,
and Israel is now meeting some
85 percent of its own lootl re-
quirements. Exports, always a
key index of economic strength,
have gone up from $70,000,000 in
1951 to S750.OO0.0OO in 1965.
One event, perhaps more than
any other in the year 1965, brings
into dramatic focus the remark-
able economic advances which
Israel has made with the assist-
ance of Israel Bonds. That event
was the opening in November of
the new port at Ashdod. south of
Tel Aviv.
From the beginning of its con-
struction, money provided b)
American investors was decisive
to the development of this port,
which some day is expected to
handle 4.000.000 tons of cargo
per year, and rival or exceed
Haifa in importance. In fact,
work was initiated in 1961 at a
ceremony attended by delegates
to an Israel Bond conference be-
ing held in Israel at that time.
Ashdod as Symbol
Ashdod is a symbol of the way
that Israel's economy is growing,
but it is a symbol also of what
still remains to be done with the
help of Israel Bonds. The further
development of the port and city
of Ashdod must go hand-in-hand
with the settlement of the Negev.
to which it is so closely tied
and whose products it will ex-
port.
This involves more than build-
ing up industries in the densely
populated areas. It means spread-
ing industrialization to other
areas, serving as a stimulus to
the settlement of parts of the
Galilee and the Negev which are
still largely unpopulated. II also
requires the institution of the lat-
est industrial methods and
prompt adjustment to the prob-
lems of automation. Israel is
making major efforts to train its
young people so thai they may
have the special skills required.
The country also plans a concen-
tration on fields such as the opti-
cal industry, electronics and tin
fine chemical industry, which
rely less on the importation of
raw materials and more on the
development ot an advanced te-
chnology.
A,s this inaugural conference
meets, it marks the 15th anniver
^-v -
This young seamstress is busily engaged in the sewing de-
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which was established with the aid of Israel Bonds. The
tile factory, which employs 1,400 persons, produces ready-
made garments as well us veins, fibres and fabric, primarily
for export trade. Dimona is one of the first development towns
to be set up with Israel Bond allocations to industrialize the
Negev and to provide jobs lot new immigrants settling in >ut-
lying regions of Israel.
vary of the founding of the Israel
Bund Organization One onlj has
to review the basic figures ol eco-
nomic growth since 1951 to
realize the extent of the impact
which Israel Bond funds have
had in every step of the coun-
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Bonds are not only amoni Is-
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sources oi development cap
but also an impressive symbol
of its tremendous strides ward
economic independence.
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free Couples to be Honored Monday
National Histadrut Confab on Beach
ZIONIST BRtAKFAST FOR RIFKINS PAGC 13-A
-e Miami Beach couples and
" the loremost leaders of De-
Jewish community will re-
l national honors Monday at
i Diitamebleau Hotel during
national mid-winter confer-
,>f Uio American Histadrut
f< pment Foundation.
and Mrs. Jacob Kilkin, Mr.
Mrs. Morris Newmark, and
.-'id Mrs. Sam Keinstein will
Bitted special plaques at the
i:: reception which will climax
activities beginning with
I; a.m. brunch. They will share
j. uith Mrs, Emma Schaver,
l- troit.
Serving as co-chairmen of the
r.:lave, at which Israel Minis
(- Plenipotentiary Efraim Ev-
and United States Under
?cttary of Labor John F. Hen-
nc will be guests of honor and
ncipal speakers, are Bernard
lloomfield, of Montreal, Mrs.
-lie Grossir-jer, Julius Gins-
t of Chicago, Louis Hoiland-
-abbi Leon Kronish and Mrs.
. ^er.
men of the host com
arc Mrs. Anna Brenner
i s. lone time leader of the
Iml sponsored Greater Mi
Business and Professional
il; and Jack S. Popick, co-
: nan <>i the Greater Commit-
r Medical Services in Israel
tier Histadrut project. OUu i
trittce members include Mar-
ooper, Abraham Grunhut,
i Ash and Mrs Gerald Sch-
in
i

run.
and Mrs Keinstein. in plan
il the conclave which is co-
rn! by the Greater Miami
Histadrut Committee of
Feinstein i^ president, an-
il th.it they are contributing
a ir> dical clinic in is
rael in memory of his parents. The
couple will travel to Israel after
i Passover to dedicate the new din-
ic, the third which thev have don-
I ated through Histadrut. The other
two were named in memory of
Mrs Feinstein's parents anil in
the Beach couple's own names.
Mr. and Mrs. Kilkin will be
feted on the occasion Bjfjciu's
75th birthday. He is chairman of
the Greater Miami Business and
i Professional Council, working
; closely with Rabbi Kronish. hull
orary chairman.
Dr. Sol Stein, of New York, na-
tional executive director of Histad
rut, will arrive in Miami Beach
Sunday night with William II.
Sylk. of Philadelphia, general
chairman of the conference.
Earlier on Sunday, they will
take part in a national Histadrut
conference at which Israel Am-
bassador Avraham Harman and
New York Mayor John F. Lind-
say will be guests and spejxe- >.
Mi and Mrs N'ewmai k, who
:.. i odicated a mei
1 linic in B*nai B*rith for t25 (J 0
have announced new gift.* lot;.l-
10 for a medical clinic
:n Gival Aliyah and a syna
for a Avol (Old Age Homel ol
han in Ramal Avh Hot:! \'!i.i_rs
an- near Tel Avi\ Newmark is
treasurer ol the local Histadrut
('ommittec
r.vron. Israels second-ranking
envoy to the United State- who
also ha- served as Minister Pleni-
potentiary to Great Britain, will
speak at the brunch which will
open the conclave.
henning. who has occupied the
No. 2 spot in the United States
Department of I.alxir under both
Presidents Kennedy and Johnson,
will speak at the cocktail recep-
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U.S. Stamp Will Honor Einstein
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In .March. 1966. the American
Jewish Archives in Cincinnati re-
ported Wednesday. Albert Km
stein will become the third Amer-
ican Jew to be memorialized on
an American stamp.
At that time, the United States
will pay tribute to his memory
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stamp honoring the late world-
renowned Jewish physicist and
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memory of 1!! prominent Amer-
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Les Bons Vivants
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a social on Friday evening, Feb.
18. at the Mo 11 tin art re Hotel.
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Continued from Page 1-A
alongs." Sen. Stainler said that
he knew of a number of Jews who
had applied for membership in
Young Republican county units
and who had been "harassed" by-
Rat Finks adherents until the)
stopped coming to meetings.
Stamler, the only Jewish Re-
publican in the New Jersey Legis-
lature, said one Rat Fink techni
quo was to subject Jewish appli-
cants to hostile questioning, and
then to seat them apart from the
membership.
Pianists in Recital
Young piani.-t.- who appeared in
a recital on Jan 30 al Binder-Bald-
win Recital Hall i I Michael
Si he. k< r, l'ati'i e in, Stev
en John Shehan, Elliot
Lauri
Kaiser, Terili e Olin, Betsj Cutler.
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USSR Offered A-Aid
Continued from Page 1-A
March 13 Israel quietly allowed
American engineers to inspect the
heavily guarded atomic reactor at
Dimona and that American offi-
cials came to the conclusion that
Israel was not then using the re-
actor to produce plutonium which
could be used to make atomic
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fiJen is? fhridU&r)
Friday, February 11. 1965
TZe/i
CJlOltS
S<
ervices
J It iff LiJeeke n a
gcr. Cantor Ben Dickson.
<1
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative.
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd.
Ten servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman
Con -
AGUDATH ACHIM. Lombardy H...j|.
6305 Collins Ave. Orthodox
Friday 5 p.m. Saturdaj B.m, -\ii-
cha .""" p.m.
-.-
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREG*-
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave Oorthodo*
Cantor Morris Barr.
Friday <:is ir.m. Students of tie
Hebrew-SunUa> School ujIJ- partlw
Kite in swvfci'. nine Shriii5.ii lioetM
V Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kudi.li In
honur of son Hoi's l>trtfn. Qiid b>
Mr. and Mrs Fred 9ifTfnirer In hon-
or of AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
1-Yi 8 SO a to s.-r-
mon: "The March t-. Libert} Through
tlic Ten commandments." Judah
H--.--h.-l Ever and Dove i; ..f RaBM rV. r v-M pntflcW
~. I \ l-.-s
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Emanuel Kushelwitz.
president.
jmMMBKni,:ib .njiitwii'i i
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
21 Shevat 5:51 pjn.
aether." Mr. and Mrs. 8am Bchulwolf.l
president of the Congregation and!
isl.rh.-.-l re "OIiv.lv. will boat 111.
inea Shabbat in i. nor of K/ii>iii ami j
M:> Shapiro Pnturriav !*:4S a.m. Her-I
noli: "The Answer to Vietnam"
'ETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes.
Frlda> *:13 p.m. Sermon: "The Amer-
ican Rabbinate: Bleak Future or
Bright Future." Batunla> 8:43 B.m.
Sermon: "Portion of the Week."
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W. LiDson
Friday IE p m. Set mon: "Miami
lew Ish I 'o.....I inlt> 'M i lui M
Will .1:1. I*inle>. excu- -----------
Hve director Antt-IVfnmation League: 5ETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave Or-
9ETH RAPHAEL. 1545 Jefferson
Ave. Conservative. Cantor Saul H.
Breeh.
Arthui Uosic
1 ter Miami .1. It i .
I.ouls Schwarisin.in >.- .- ill
i luri i : ..i Je i-ii i:
Saturday : n in .- r
ah Lesson. I liu M|ti\ ih At in, son
if Mrs Rose IV.
----
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Crtho
dox. Rabbi Solomon Sen ff.
P-J.l Lj ,. ,. |
\ Brothi r ^ Itespunsiblllti
. .;.
INU i Ip m slat. rlK >d
lay J Sornioi
U i.-i ... i I. .,
I) III
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.

3ETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11t'i
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
scrntz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
Frl.laj '. I.", a n.I 8:13 |i i ) -.-. k
Mid Sal:;!.lav IS I in I SY
.....id M liu'lm "i :!tt< p.m

3-NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter
Cantor Jack Lerner.
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CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MI-
AMI. 12J2 Washington Ave. Ortho-
dox. Riubi Dov Rozehrvieig.
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
410 E Beach Blvd. Rev. Paul
Deutsch.
Frida* 8 iim Sermon: "Thla la M>
Lord." i'ii..; Shabbat hooted b> Mis
Solomon Qoldatein and Mrli. Joseph
Berka.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pintree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
r^ross
F-| Minolta .'.:."! 11 n.ni.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
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HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th
St.. Homestead. Conservative.
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ISRAELITE CFNTER. t175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
L. Drazin. Cantor Louis Cohen.
F-idnv V30 nil 8:13 p.m Ones Shnh-
bnl ho ted h> Dora Stein Slsti
In honor of Rnbbl and Mrs Avrom
I trail n. Saturday S:45 a.m
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SVNAr.0GUc. 1532 Washinqton Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Samuel Vigoda.
I- 'la\ 5:l.i and VI". nan Sermon'
"The Aoe ..f the I Halogue." Sal
S Jfl a s. i in.. "Ten i 'omniund-
ments In One."
----
KNFSRTH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.

LUBAVITCHER M NYAN. 8C0 Wash
inoton Ave. Orthodox. R.lbhi Abra
ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field.
-
MINVONAIRES CONGREGATION
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber.
mm.
-...., Jen
I he law M i, .;
Iim a-. W "
. Baa Mltst ah: Cecil
Mr. and Mi- lr\in
Satnnla.N 8:43 a
F
All,
iah-
I'llskin,
: u i ; in i-vi in n
u,,.. \. ; Sco .i~ in
Times The temii .- BJ
i ki in ,,-i-t in fervice
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary office 1820 NE 164th St
Reform. Rabbi Daniel M Lowy
Cantor Chet Gale.
Frida; 8:1S p.m. Race Relations Sab-
bath s.-i iii..... "Yes I Can." Sitnim>
Davis Jr.- autoblocraph} Satui'daj
I u a .in. Bar Mltivan: Bruce an of
Mi and Mrs. Frank crown. Servles
held nl Washlnarton Federal. 8?9 NE
187th St,
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E
4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Frida) 8:15 tt.m. Quest speaker, i:.-\
I'.n AHw-ju. as.-oiiat- pastot and or-
- ilsi at New -\>t' Pentacostal
Church. Topic: "Judaism as i*een
through the Byes of i (*hrlatlan Min-
ister '" Saturday 9 a.m
- '-"
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Jar-
"Ther-
Blb'icfi
Seoul
an.I
as u'she s H iturdn) SO a.m. Re*
mon: "i>i,i Abraiham Lincoln Observe
the Ten Commandments?" Bar Mlta-
vnh: Rick, on of Mr. and Mr. Ar-
thur Jaffe
6500 N. Miami
Rabbi Henry
riFERETH ISRAEL.
Ave. Conservative.
Wernick.
Frldaj B:SB pan. Kermoni "A Booul t1*
Reverend." Guest speakers. Dr Ma-
sen w Pace, Arnold Siejcel nioi BSdjzn
Teiiper. all worklnK with the B..y
Hcout movement. Sisterhood will boat
the Onea Shabbat. Saturday 9 a.m
Sermon: "Portion of the Week."
----- -----
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st St
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwln Stauber
"Viilav .';<." p.m. SatUrdaS 9 am t-'-r
mon: "*.Hd Time Juatltie." ilimh a
8:15 |l in.
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 Washington Ave.

BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein
I. n
"faln.il A
BETH JACOB, 301 Washinflton Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shnuryahu T.
...,\ i sntu rtn
- nnn. Th.
ait."
FoAG!:^R GRANADA X NW 51st SEPHARDIC JEW SH CENTER
iervative. Rabbi David Rjs- Col'ms Ave. Rev Cantor Sad
645
N Ih

enfeio. Cantor George Goldberg. mi.is
{?i ''' n in Sernu n "rid |im r'ati'r L"*!1" ,'J '""'.. l>nS Shabbat host- a.m Serm. Spiritual F .....loin
" '" lr and Mrs Samuel Sedlik n nd the Tornh Bar Mltxx.il
ii.an r mi neu erandd.iUKhter Suzanne *>n of Mr and Mrs. Beni
1 n. in Vllncl a p.m. tel.

FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional. Rabb. Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben.An
\ .. .
*i yor of Mi stex. ciu
'I lb. Topii
K Ii Mi n .
Let IV I.
Andrews Ave. Reform Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome
Klement.
FT. LAUDERDALE JEWISH CEN-
TER. 547 E. Oakland Park Blva
Conservative. Charles Dickson. pres-
laent. Dr. Jack L. Morns, cantor
Hebrew Lesson
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In 1862. he wrote a booklet "Au-
1th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
F. Cao'in.
KrWaj :-:.,,, s.
I In I nil.: I H-s |:. .
Mr and Mrs Paul C
Mtturdaj : i s.
lion and Law Mini ha '
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con
servative 1025 NE 183rd St.. Mann
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Stone
Cantor Maurice Neu.
Kridav 8:15 p m Ouesl speaker. I.vle
A Hurse; distil i
I-1..rnl.i
.-
Scout IV.
t-m Bar Mltxval \
TVPLf BETH Av 80 S Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rant.
Herbert Baumga.d. Cantor M
s. rm in: R.
Ron .
old R
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION YITRO
The revelation of the Ijjw on Mount Sinai.
"And it came to pass on the third da>. when it was morn-
Ulg, that there were thunders and lightnings and a thick
cloud upon the mount, and the voice of a horn exceeding
loud (Exod. 19:15*.
YITRO Word readied Jethro, Moses' father-in-law, and
a priest of Midian, of what Cod had done for the Israelites. He
went io meet Moses ii; the desert. Jethro advised Moses to ap-
point judges, in order to ease the burden of his solo leadership;
Moses should confine himself to the most difficult questions.
In the third mon*!'. the children of Israel heard the Ten
Commandments at Mount Sinai: God's voice declared:
I am the Lord th> God Thou shall have no other gods
before Me Thou shall make unto thee a graven image .
Thou shall not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain .
Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holj Honor th) father
and mother rhou shall not murder rhou shall not com.
nut adultery Thou shall not steal Thou shall not bear
false witness against thj neighbor Thou -halt not covet thy
neighbor's house wife nor am thing that is thy neigh-
bor's" (Exod. 20:2-141
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law if at-
tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher i*
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
York S, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlanq.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUlPIT

Decalogue an Outline
For a Righteous Life
i;
ii
TEMPLE BETH EL OF
R KKi 135' S 14t" Ave
i-t.ibbi Samuel Jaffe.
TEMPLE
HOLLY.
Reform.
BETH SHIRAH 7500 cyy
120th St. Reconstruction
Morris Skop.
R.-.Dbi
TEMPLE BETHSHOLEM of Hollv
Raht ii25 M0"r0e St' Conservat.v"
Rabb, Morton Malavsky. Canto, Er-
nesi otemer.
TEMPLE BETrTsHOLOM. 4144 Chase
CantorLneraHVRabbi L" Kr"'"
Cantor David Conviser.
on of Dr. and Mr* Eut*5, .
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOL
By RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
Beth Kodesh Conrjregation
month : February is de-
is Bn her 10 Month
This week Portion of the Law
c o n tain s the
Decalogu. a n .1
yet called "Jeth-
ro" alter a non-
Jew, to teach
that the Jewish
people were to
hold Gods law
in trust for all
Peoples. At no
time in the
world's history
there been
great a need
the message
the Decalo-
ffoboi Shapiro
.vv

TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8
0.ixmCa0nn,erVa,iVe- Rabb' "SMS
Uehrm.n. c,,0r Mrt'/SSf* 'rv'nB
T
j fcalwcs
MAX LIPSCHITZ
j Beth Tordh
' ; North Mtdtn.
Bc of learning is to forsake the foun-
tain of life. Our world suffers no"
because of too much learning bu-
hecause of too much ignorance.
The fifth and final ideal -j
peace. The decalogue urges the up
rooting of hatred from the hear-
;''/'-'i .<'-. i.. ftiKn'.'.t* L'e- A,f'vp-fold Program toward
".".Mi."v;;-,,lv,:r:;.T:;:'-'r ^: ,h,s cnd would includ<- hes*:
Mr. .Marwm F^Si**.....' '..... We must maintain the ideal of
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF
individuality. Our individual hum-
Dr. Yehuda Lev Pinsker was Mo-Emancipation." He called upon $ifllW $t" *"" "-1*1 We mujj'havl cotrS?'SM?
born in Russia and lived in that: ,he. Jews to free themselves from BJ^hta!.1 !.',m ,.,;,""i' ''' Ion the ideal of dhhSLit^JIS
country all his life. He saw the ter-! "sufferings in the diaspora and "'^ the God ..f on sswill^ Vi "'
rible acts of persecution in Rus- establish a Jewish State. i'1 Tl""'..... uiim ""' ""' v ,,h l|s onenM WU1 be with US.
SrTS ST oTttr^HEre^e?^ f^.f for!""-" "- ^ '**"" *~
Brotherhood, conferences and f men and na,ions 't urges th
good-will movements have little auollsn,r'ent of instruments o
validity unless the ten command n and ,,le turning of destruc
merits are taught and understood forces "lto constructive
by all. m these days 0f confusion ; for,ccf'
and perplexity, it is necessarv to' not sa> lnat if we cherish
define our Decalogue as a way of' ese ideals contained in the Dec
t...o-.i a'ogue. we shall escape the bondi
of unrest. We. too, may suffer. A'.
least we shall have the comforting
assurance that we have "clean
hands and a pure heart.'
So'm?' aCt" Wm' Ca"Cd "P-j Bilu group.
Ptoskei -knew U,at there were no L,2S ZV 'cadcr was Dr
political or economic reasons for v s nlan,u'r. the doc-
these pogroms. "So why do thev .1r- neal(:d so many Jews from
us?" Dr. Pinsker asked him" he"' suffcr>gs during
-.|f j t'ons.
The nations see the Jews with-1 More than that: He showed the
lit a country. Pinsker proclaimed- ?aLt0 heallng of lhe soul and self-
There is only one solution, and lleedom-
'ha< is a homeland for Israel.' | Published by Brit Ivri. Ol.mit
Israelite Center
The second idea, |, ,ha, of T<> H0,10r ^^^
".'TurghSv'ah've ZV T*. l l8raeUte Cente' wil welcome ^
America .vmpatheHe^! ," "''"' 8piriutual ^ader, al>b. Av-
?.'???' n.co Fe,dn,an. estranged '" Bnd Ceirtra '""i"' 1 Friday evening
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi
per.
l-'nlay 8 15 ,, s.-.,;,,ri-
MlHslonarles? Sal .
Moirit Kio-
ui-li
TEMPLE MENORAH.
620
genera- ,.' "'","
Max
'J,;'ua- ,
M
nged.
The principle of Uberal-mind-
fdness ,s the third ideal. l order
V ""^e. we must cherish a lib-
<'ial pohcy that will make for benc-
STBLS^Kar- Li^'-: wSfel,o,,in'han,i,M
-'- ^rnu^T^oLttef^^l^i"^1
TEMPLE NER TAf,
Tnt.rn Wn,erwayM,DModrn S' *"d
tional. Rabbi -
Trad:.
services this weekend.
Dora Stem Sisterhood will spon-
SOr the Oneg Shabbat following
services in honor of Rabbi Drazin
The new spiritual leader her* -
to-j held his most recent pulpit in Mii-tT
souri. and is active in youth work,
in B'rtai Brith.
. II


r*_;J.- #___1. nr
iy, February 11. 1966
*Jeniti Fhirndlicitf
Page 13-A
PRESIDENT JACQUES T0RC1YNER WILL BE GUEST
[nist Organization to Honor Rifkins
Sreakfast in Fontainebleau on Feb. 18
|. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin, 5200
Rd., will be guests of honor
[national Zionist Organization
icriea testimonial breakfa.il
Israel Bonds on Friday. Feb.
:15 a.m.. at the Fontainebleau
, it was announced by Mor-
May. past national president
ZOA, who is serving as
lan of the event.
and Mrs. Rifkin will be hon-
for "their outstanding lead-
|p in civic and communal af-
ter their magnificent endea-
in behalf of numerous causes
fcn benefit humanity at home
abroad, and for their dedi-
eflorts in the cause of Is-
economic development
Ugh their participation in the
I Hond drive."
lacques Torciyner, national
(..dent of the ZOA, will be a
|ncipal speaker at the testi-
ial. He is a member of the
esidium of the World Zionist
tions Committee, former
airman of the ZOA National
cutive Council, and imme-
fe past chairman of the ZOA's
arid Zionist Affairs Commit-
A founding member of the
(non.ii Board of Governors of
State of Israel Bond drive,
has for many years been a
;mber of the National Execu-
te Committee of the United
[wish Appeal.
[ : foremost national leaders
KNITS MAPAI
Continued from Page 1-A
A ipai comrades, -lie
liscd in work to heal
o reiterated her be-
thai the Mapai align-
: h Aehdilt A\ Oda,
i on an >ui \ t
i. Novell
i r M !'. n
i
merger
hit h
1
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MENTS inc.
boy Cfoted SobboIh
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MEMORIAL PARK
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"THE SOUTHS
MOST BEAUTIFUL
JEWISH CEMETFRY
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N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. f]
who will participate in the break-
fast include Max Bressler. na-
tional chairman of Guardians for
Israel Bonds, president of the Jew-
ish National Fund, and past piesi-
dent of the ZOA: Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz, vice president of the Is-
rael Bond Organization; Rabbi Ir-
ving Lehrman, national vice presi-
dent of the ZOA: and Ellis Good-
man, national ZOA chairtttati for
Israel Bonds, who will preside at
the event.
May. in making the announce-
ment, pointed out that the testi-
monial to Mr. and Mrs. Rifin "is
receiving unprecedented respon -e
from residents in the Greater
Miami area, as well as from viii-
tors from Pennsylvania, where the
guests of honor are known for
their humanitarian efforts."
Mr. Rifkin has been a life-long
supporter of Israel and, in addi-
tion to his notable activities fir
the Israel Bond Organization, is
a founder and plays a major
role in the affairs of the Hebrew
University at Jerusalem, Techn-
f iff ] LB Hi 1
xmp [f '
*.
9i
t i^VMataaaaaH
Lm 4 m afl
Folk Singer
At Miami *T
Ixiis Ra'eck. folk-singer, will
present an international program
for children at the Sunday Cele-
brity Series on Sunday, 2:30 p.m.,
in the main ballroom of the YM
and WHA, 8500 SW 8th St.
The program is open to all chil-
dren six years old and over.
Miss Rabeck was a student at
the Juilliard School of Music and
Columbia University. Her record-
ing experience includes several
years with the New York Pro Mii-
sica. She has performed before
many children"s audiences, and is
also well-known n the music edu-
cation field.
JACQUES rORCZYMER
ion in Haifa, and the Weixmann
Institute in Rehovoth. Two years
ago, he was honored as the "Man
of the Year" by Histadrut.
In Miami Beach, Rifkin is a
member of Board of the Hebrew
Academy and Temple Beth
Sholom In Wilkes-Barrc. Pa., he
supports B'nai B'rith, the YM1IA,
tiie Jewish War Veterans, zoa and
the Orthodox Synagogue.
BBYO Board Hears Reports
Initial meeting of the South
Florida Board of Directors, '' i
B'rith Youth Organization, for thi
new | ; was held ;it the Alci i
i[i tel !. -' t eek,
An. j. e R Ferdie, president,
conducted the agenda, which in-
eluded ;. report on revisions in thi
board constitution by Ansel '
tensti :;:. president, Florida i i
ation of B'nai B'rith Lodges, and a
review of the present sponsor;
concept ol BBYO chapters b> li
B'nai B'rith lodges and women's
chaptt rs
len I irver. Miami BE i
iariz< i: ti, com
r ." ed bj I hi Nal ional B'nai
B'rith Youth C'ommisi on al
m i' : V gton, 1 in
I
nary to a
met: f Disi
You! '- ..' e
...
Pediatrician fo Appezr
Di I ped
st at
11 .
-
17. YM HA
nan at< Fears o
Eli Hurwitz, BBYO chairman, rep-
resenting the District G rand
5 and Mrs Ruth Teper. rep
r senting the District 5 B'nai B'rith
Wot it n
Boat d ol Dit i 'tors of the
represents the B'nai B'ri'h
and women's chapters in
la
BRVO
lodces
South
J
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OF SORROW
express what word*
cannotl
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Breakfi si Series
iu fourtli year of lectured
. with three of the *
foremost religious authorities -
guest speakers Georgi J Talianotf
; chairman of the 1968 saries
Dr Irving Lehrman, aptritual
leader of the congregation, directs
the series, which wiH again be
held on three consecutive Sunday
mornings, Feb. 13. 20. and 2:.
10:15 a.m.. at the Temple's No.-t.li
Branch Building. 77th St. and
Dickens Ave.
Theme of the *ri, is "The
Jew and His Neighbor." The
firs* sossion this Sunday, will
present Dr. Robert Gordis. pro-
fessor of Bible at the Jewish
Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica, who will discuss "Tbe Atti-
tude of Judaism Toward Other
Faiths."
On Feb. 20. Dr Max *Uxt, vice
chancellor of the Seminary, will
continue the theme of the series
in 'Judaism and Clinstianit> A
20th Ceaturj Confrontation
1 includir.. I *en* s. Dr Bei n
arc! Mimk provost of the
Seminary, and associate profes-
sor in homiletics on the faculty ol
the Rabbinical Department, will
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|Mrs. Jennie Grossinger hosts luncheon-reception at her Miami
I; i home for the Million Dollar Club of Mizrachi Women's
I ration of America. Co-hostesses left to riqht are Mrs.
Hvman Kolko. Mrs. Moses Dyckman and Mrs. Alfred Stone.
ving last-minute details for a Twilight Musicale and
. An Preview sponsored by the Beth Sholom Festival of
;e left to right, Mrs. Shirley Borer. Mis. David Druck-
d Mis. hvinq Kaplan, co-chairmen of the function which
:e place 0:1 Sunday, in the Temple Sanctuary and Art
Kine Arts Trio of Miami Alexander Prilutchi. cell-
18 Naruns. violinist; and Louis Spielman, pianist
Bent a chamber music program of works by Beethoven.
:id Dvorak. A cocktail party and preview of sixty
v leading modern Israeli artists will follow in the
Mrs. Seymour Siiverman is Sisterhood president, and
Meyer Eggnatz is chairman of the Festival of the Arts.
icker is chairman of the Sisterhood Art Committee.
by
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white tent protected tin'
gathered at the dinner
Mil liy Helen and Phil
on Feb. 1 in honor of
1.,Mon and her fi-
.. einer w ho said I do
'"' 5 Ho -to- chose a >!> 1
ribbon frock with Bn
net, ami the 1 n ttj
noi. daughter 01 the
- v. .1- in ;i slim black
sembli with v. lute bead
lice Her bridegroom is
' "t Mi and Mrs. Al Werner
Decor for the evening was
.aid white earned out with
itha mi the tables tor ten,
i'h cupids reclining on banks of
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\ surprise bridal shower given
by Mrs Lewis F. Cohen lor love-
idc to he Eleanor Palgon on
Saturday, Feb. 5 Luncheon
ts included Mrs Joseph Pal-
>n mother of the bride-to-be.
Lillian Halpern, mother oJ
' Om-to lie. Mrs. Harry l.as-
Mrs. Frank Bauer. Mrs. Aar-
Zeidner, Miss Barbara Cold-
Miss Marily Lewis. Mis S> I
ia Levine, Mrs Brian Herah,
Sandra Saft. Mrs. Manny
gon, and Mrs. Joseph Buch-
Radiant Bride-elect will be Mrs.
nil Halpern on Mar. 6 .
* *
Hostess Tuesday for one of the
- lust Valentine Day par-
Wl Mrs. Joseph Miller, of
he Carleton Terrace Apartments
. Festive brunch was held in
the plush Cafe Francais in Har-
bour House South in Bal Harbour.
And those 25 gay and attractive
women at the Algiers Hotel on
Saturday were luncheon quests
of Selma Fried, bringing togeth-
er her many new and long-time
fi iends for an afternoon "I chat-
ting and cards
*
it was a 70th birthday celebra-
tion for Walter Berger on Feb. 1
marked by a party hosted by wife
Julia, charming in a pink wool
frock Guests were members
11I JWV BniCe Broun Post .
Happiness of the day completed
lor the honoree when he received
a phone call from the children liv-
ing in California and another from
son Warren in Now Jersey .
Here from Brooklyn for the last
22 years. Bergcr was commander
of his American Legion I'ost there
and has been a Shriner for 40
years Couple celebrated their
45th wedding anniversary on
New Years Day .
A 2f)th wedding anniversary
celebration held in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Lee Lubin on Saturday,
Fcb 5 Cocktails at 7 p.m. In
the Deauville's Cavalier Boom fol-
lowed by dinner for 30 in the Cas-
anova Boom .
Keel like a cocktail party for
100 is quite a planning deal? .
Well, how about 1.400 That's
Continued on Page 5-B
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Miami. Florida, Friday, February 11, 1966
Sectio;. i
Israel Bond Fashion Show Due
The 19(56 Israel Bond Fashion
Show, a collection composed of
creations from Israel's foremost
designers, will have its interna-
tional premiere on Friday, Feb.
18. at a noon luncheon at the
Fontainebleau Hotel. This major
event will initiate the 1966 camp-
aign of the National Women's Di-
vision of Israel Bonds, occuring
simultaneously with the Interns
tional inaugural conference here
Feb. 18 to 20.
Mrs. Jan Peerce. chairman of
the division, will preside at the
festive event which, it is anti-
cipated, will be attended by more
than 900 Israel Bond leaders and
active workers from communities
throughout the I'nited States ana
Canada.
Guest of honor will be Mrs
Michael S Comay. the wife ol
Israel's permanent representa-
MRS. MICHAH COMAt
tive to the I'nited Nations, and
herself a well-known author and
speaker on Israel. Mrs. Comay ,
books include "The UN in Ac-
tion" and "Everyone's Guide to
Israel."
The new Israel Bond Fashion
Show marks a milestone in the
development and emergence of
Israel on the world market as a
center of fashion, haute couture
and ready-to-wear. Beauty ard
practicality combine to make it a
unique "first." destined to bol-
ster Israel's fast growing fash-
ion export industry.
The haute couture en ations in-
cluded in the fashion show were
designed by Lola Beer. Finy Leit-
tersdorf. Gideon Oberson and the
team of Shaln Talmor. and by
the celebrated furrier-. St. 'I
Continued on Page 2-B
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Friday, February 11, \i

BB Women Slate Varied Events
laraed Bond Penhioo Show t.-t l;;6i? teatuiiuq
ereationa tram the lewiah State's fanmosl de-
tgnan will include thata o:-.se:ru\es at the
Woman s Division noon luncheon e\-ent Fn-
day Pah 18 art the Fontataebtaau Hotel. Lett.
the .-.<.:.:.,: :.;:;-: S'.et.-.-.-. Braun designed
brecthto.'srr.-.o :evots-.;-> .-oat a combir.o.
bon ol white mink .v.-..-! black broadtail Co::
tet Lola Bee: is responsible for this evening
ensemble. The strapless gown is ol green taf-
teto. The coal is of print brocade lir.ed in
green tarteta. Right, the House of Aled pro-
duced or. at-home costume featuring a lav-
ender woo! skirt and a jackal of multi-colored
chittcr.
Chai Chapter, B'nai B'rith Wom-
en, will nieet on Tueaday evening
a' tbe Deauville Hotel. Members
will present a play. And No One
Asked." followed by a prcsenM-
tion of "Dolls tor Democracy"
Mrs Ben Hesnikoff will be in
charge ol the program.
I Freedom Chapter will hold a
noon luncheon Thursday. Feb. 17.
at Harbor House South. Bernard
Austein will be chairman of a
Brotherhood program with the fol-
lowing panelists: Dr. Herbert Sea-
mans, ot the National Council of
Christian and Jews; Louis Sch-
uartzman. executive director of
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
and Donald Wheeler Jones, of the
National Association of Advance-
ment of Colored 1'oople.
Harmony Chapter will meet on
Tuesday evening. Feb. 22. at Chase
Federal on Arthur Godfrey Rd.
Speaker will be Barney Goren-
stein assistant director of the
Miami office of the Anti-Defama-
tion League

Hatikvah Chapter will meet at
llat Morton Towers Restaurant on
Tuesday. 1 p.m. Speaker will be
Sanford M. Swerdhn. chairman of
;he Florida State Federation of
B nai B nth Lodges
on Tuesday. 12:30 "p.m. &|
D< a iwille Hotel. Mono
ADL chairman of Great
will be speaker.
North Shore Chapter wii.
on Monday. Feb. 21. 1 p.m al
Deauville Hotel Stanlev i;0
.sweet, vocalist, will enteria.
Pastrami?
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Nothing goes wit
a good meal like
Tetley Tea!
Became Tetley la bright an
bracing aa the finest, taattext t
should be-a favorite in Je* ,s
homes aince 1837.
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Confiru-ed t'om Ptgt 18
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. ready-to-wvai -vi-rchaiki-.se
foe the laraei Bead Fashion Show
ti> heea taapaaVd hj Baa brael
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In ietails ol
the Israel Bond Fashion Show.
Mrs Peerre said that "Isn
aa export trade ia an
rraaaiagij laaportanl facto.- m Is-
rael s total *\pert picture She
Doted that tenet s second an-
aoal Fashion Week, which will
S- ^"nfti i: :~c ead al Feora-
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the Vtated States aloe* a- .
par**! wKh 4V A--.tT.ca:-. ha r>
wfcn attends the first Fashion
Week IB Isriel i >ir a^c A
: to i::<- .-. '.a.-t jfir's f^furr *s
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l: hi hocei.- said Jtrs Peeree.
"Ua: $o*B AV W ;n export
sAies c< fasiuoo w\C take place
.WrtAj Fasiaoc Week Charter
fb thts erect, to take to Israei tfae
r*prrser.tat.\t> .y -i.vr iep*rt-
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Menorah Chapter will meet on
Tuesday. Feb 22. 12:30 p.m.. at
Miami Beach Federal. 407 Lincoln
Rd Mrs John J Benjamin, presi-
dent, will make nomination ap
cities have alreadj sched- Pomtment* at the meeung.
Miami Beach Chapter will meet
K ee the aatfeaje ream Kosher. Car I it
Kosher and Panrt b? Rabtx Jacob Cohen
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CJA Women's Division Shapes Up Plans
For Initial Gifts Fashion Plate Luncheon
Leaders oi the Women's Divi-
sion of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal this week completed plans
tor Fashionplate t><>. annual Initial
Gifts luncheon and style show
scheduled Monday noon at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
A recoid attendance is expected
MKS. IHtZ KRtNSY
A-
JWVA Unit Sets
ADL Official
h Associate director of the Flor-
da Office oi the Anti-Defamation
League oi H'nai B'rith will speak
here r.*\! Tuesday
llarniT (iorenstein will address
a meeting "I the Norman Bruce
Browa Auxiliary of the Jewish War
Veterans of the ISA at I'ythian
Hall. 4<-01 W Flagler St.
'Auction Market1
Set by AJCong.
Mrs Harold Druker, fund-rais-
ing vice president, American Jew-
ish Congress, announces that an
"Auction Market" will take place
Thursday. Feb. 17. 11 a.m. to 4
p.m., at the DiLido Hotel.
Setting of a Middle Eastern
"Shuk." or market place, will fea-
ture clothing, houscwares. cry-
stal, silver, land, yourmet dinners,
trips, hotel weekends, and auto ;><
c< --cries.
Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, presi-
dent of the South Florida Women's
Division, said that proceeds will
help maintain the Louise Water-
man Wise Youth Hostel in Jeru-
salem.
Serving with Mrs. Druker on
the Planning Committee are Mrs.
Ruth Albuquerque, president,
Louise Wise Chapter: Mrs Sy
Reese, president, North Dade
Eleanor Hoosevclt Chapter: Mrs.
Sylvia Silvers, president, Justine
Chapter: and Mrs. Jeanette Stein,
president. Coral (iables Miami
Chapter.
Members of the Welcome Com
raittee include Mrs. Irving Herlyn.
Mrs. Jack Shapiro. Mrs. Sam
Herder and Mrs. Eleanor Rosen-
stein.
to view the couturier collections
made possible through the co-
operation of Elizabeth Arden.
Babe, Sara I'Yedericks. Deborah
Regal, Alicia Ruth, Saks Fifth
Avenue and Adrian Thai stores.
Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes Is chair-
man of Fashionplate '66, with Mrs.
Harry B. Smith serving as com-
mentator. Fashion committee
members include Mrs. E. E.
Bloom. Mrs. Samuel .1. Halperin
and Mrs. Herbert Tenebom.
Mrs. Jerry Blank is captain of
models, aided by the Mesdames
Kobert Blum. .Tames Furlong. Jack
Goldberg, Stuart Cordon. Robert
Jaffe, Harry Lewis. Sam I.uby
Jr., Harry Mufson. Robert Raut-
bord. Julian Rickles. Philip Samet
and Milton Weiss.
Mrs. Jean Lehman, chairman
of the CJA Women's Division, ex-
pressed the appreciation oi the
sponsoring Greater Miami Jewish
Federation to Mrs. Harry A. Yagle,
hostess of the day, and to Mrs.
Alex Manson for the floral decora-
tions for Fashionplate '66.
Chairman of the luncheon will
be Mrs. Jack Katzman, with Mrs.
A. L. Glickman serving as Initial
Gifts chairman.
Minimum gifts of S100 to the
CJA are established for Fashion-
plate '66. with Mrs. Inez Krensky
serving as chairman of a new (
Benefactors group. Mrs. Jack A.
Ablin, honorary chairman, and
Mrs. Lehman are working with
Mrs. Krensky in setting up the
new classification of contributors
of S1.000 or more. An enthusiastic
response has been achieved.
Brunch Club
Book Series Set
At Menorah
Sisterhood of Temple Menorah
will launch its Book of the Brunch
Club series with a review of "Tin'
Rabbi." by Noah Gordon, to be
given by Rabbi .Mayer Abramo-
witz next Wednesday afternoon in
the Temple Social Hall.
Sisterhood will begin the after-
noon with a luncheon Following
the review, a copy of "The Rabbi"
will be presented as a prize.
Mesdames Edward Kaufer. Han-
nah Silverstein and Myer Harris
are co-chairmen lor Sisterhood's
Book of the Brunch Club. They are
as istcrl by Mesdames ll\ man
Bergad and Jack Segal.
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Women's Club
Installs Officers
Forte Towers Women's Social
Club held its second installation
on Sunday at the Saxony Hotel.
Judge Milton Friedman induct
cd the following new officers:
President. Mrs. Gertrude Solo-
mon: vice presidents. Mrs. Pau'liire
I'latt. Mrs Elsie Hershman:
treasurer. Mrs. Ida danavey; set
retaries, Miss Rrta Mardar Mrai
Florence Shier. Mrs Rose Rosen
blaum, Mrs. Elaine Galasi; ser-
geant-at-arms. Miss Lillian Kush-
ner; trustees. Mesdames Betty
Diamond. Jeannette Rubinstein.
Sophie Ornstcin.
A musical program was offered
by Mrs. Dorothj Both, soloist, ac-
companied by Mrs Sadie Padden
at the piano Mrs Elsie Hershman
Was chairman of the da>
AEPhi Alumnae
To Offer Review
Alpha F.psilon Phi Alumnae As-
sociation of Greater Miami will
sponsor its eighth annual book re-
view dessert on Saturday. 1:30
p.m., in the Otto G. Richter Libr-
ary Lecture Hall at the University
of Miami.
Mrs. 1. M Wcinstein will review
the best-seller. "Queen Victoria-
Born to Succeed," by the Countess
Elizabeth Longford. Chairman of
the event is Mrs. Morris Filter-
nick.
The reviews provide book scho-
larships at the University
President is Mrs. Robert Wei
ner.
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Luncheon Club To Honor Zionist

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chairman Sandra Dsoo Lillian Schwanen-
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isignmenl for Mrs. Maurice
ie\I Revitl and Mrs. S >l
rBernice) Prank, of Bay Harbor
,.. and Mrs. Hei i Elaine)
... oi Miami Beai h The
I ,.. which calls for > ham| a i
and catering, i- sel t< r Feb. '.7
and will be part of the invitation-
for the opening of
the new Bay Harbor Theater on
Concourse The i.400
quests will be sheltered'in a tent
adjoining the theater, and
,11 be two showings of, lhe
picture "Judith, with Sophia
Loren, Peter Finch and Jack
Hawkins, for then-
The Willis Duponts, Sidni y An-
- Jack Sandlers are some
oi the tir>; reservations to the
DM <^fsabel
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Zev Bufmans' First Nighter Cock-
tail Party and reception for June
II on Mar. 1. .
The bubbly and dainties will lie
served in the Grove Art Gallery
b "i"! | for Varie'j Chil-
Hospital .
Anothi r b< nefil for the hospi-
tal, which i- bringing in < arly 11 s-
; \ .tt....... is the glittering
n l u I onla nebleau to be
held for Prince Philip on Mar it
. Already, se.1 fo ;ut- rid an ;
piaui. in* their royal curtsies ?
Mr an -. I'.dward Melnicki r.
Mr and Mrs Alfred Daniels, Mr.
I Mrs Jack Sandier, Mrs Ed-
Broidy. Maj Albert Warner.
and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Levin .
The Prince, on a six city tarn- in
the United Stal :sto see the Varie-
ly Clul s Internationa] hospital
an i children's medical centers.
will be entertained at a private
luncheon and two receptions for
special donors to Variety Chil*
dicns Hospital.
Attorney Norman Ciment.
named to the Beach's Beautifica-
lion Committee, reportedly ad-
vising wife Joan on some domes-
tic beautiiication she's re-
furbishing then- Parkview Island
home m time for the arrival ol a
tiny Ciment sometime in the lum-
mer.
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Miami Beach Constable Leon-
ard Weinstein applauding the
11,nc's dinner show with Jud&e
Jason Berkman and his dark, at-
tractive Barbara The excit-
ing show headlines hilarious Jack-
ie Miles and the singing Free-
man Sisters.
While Dr. Marvin L. Meitus (left), president of the Heart Af.
scciation of Greater Miami, and Mrs. Chester "Dena" Leite
(right), Hecrt Sunday chairman, look on, Mayor Robert Kin.
High and 5-year-old-Robyn Weiss, of Miami, 1066 Heart Fun.
Sweetheart, light the giant Heart and Torch at Bayfront Par
Auditorium, insignia of the month-long February enmpcian c
the Association. The mcnth-long drive will be climaxed di.
ring Heart Sunday Weekend, starting Thursday, Feb. 17

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Israel's Foreign Minister. Highlighting
the show and luncheon, a premiere of
designs by Israel's finest couturiers
and craftsmen including Aled, Maskit,
Beged-Or and Lola Beer names that
are famous for originality and quality
in design. Commentary by Joan Comay,
staging and coordination by Jordan Marsh.
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Friday. Februcay 11, 1955
Song Program
To be Featured
On Friday, at 8 p.m.. Abraham
Krashinsky. choir conductor and
music composer, will present a
program of songs by Itordecai
Gebirtig at an Ones Sliabbat given
by the David Pinski Folk School
at 842 Washington Ave.
Louis Lasavin. principal of the
school, will speak on "Judaism
Portion of the week will be read
by Max B. Afltor, president of the
school. Evening will be conducted
by Bernard Furman. vice presi-
dent.
Eye Treatment Program
The Albert Einstein, Eleanor
Roosevelt and Chai Croups of
Hadassah sponsored a night at
Pompano Race Track on Saturday
to benefit Hadassah's eye treat-
ment program in Israel Mrs. Ir
ving Werner was in charge of
tickets
Some 300 members and guests of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
Auxiliary heard Dr. Joseph Narot, of Temple Israel, review
Saul Bellow's best-seller, "Herzog." Shown with Dr. Narot
are Mrs. Ted Lotterman, chairman of the day; Mrs. Doran
Zinner, Auxiliary president; and Mrs. Sam Luby Sr., charter
member and a godmother of the hospital's maternity section.
Beth David Forms
Fine Arts Group
Beth David Congregation has
ed a Fine Arts Committee.
Chai ter met ting of the group was
al the home ol Rabbi and Mrs. Sol
1 andau.
Plans call foi !' I v
Festival to be held next Chanuka
. Beth David.
Mrs. Sol Landau, noted photog-
rapher, and wife ol Beth David's
spiritual leader, outlined plans for
a Jewish .Museum at the congrega-
Mrs Landau will co-chair the
littee with Mrs. Leon Sniff,
administrative assistant at Beth
David. Mrs. Nathan Glover and
Mrs. Henry Ring were named co-
chairmen of the music division.
.Mrs Glover, holding a Master
of Arts in musicologj at Colum-
bia University, made her debut as
piano soloist in Carnegie Hall in
.948. and has since concertized ex-
tensively.
Mrs Ring, ;i graduate of the
wl "l Music, has
Kili/i'd in accompanying and
in the performance of chamber
music
The art division will be chaired
b> Mrs Jack Rackear, who has
taught painting and exhibited in
lai j cities throughout the eoun
1 y sii^ will be assisted b> Mrs
William Sernaker,
others attending the committee
meeting were Mr. and Mrs. Henry
1 n, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Rach-
line, Mr. and Mrs Julius Spector,
Mesdames M J. Berliner, Albert
iw, ami Mr. Edward Kay. ex-
ecuMve director of Beth David.
0ver28 Club Meets
The Over 28 Club will hold its re-
gular monthly meeting on Monday,
8:30 p.m.. at the VM and WHA "I
Gn at< 1- Miami, 8900 SW 8th St .
announced Hewitt I). Weiss, presi-
dent of the club. A Valentine's
Party will follow the business
meeting.
Sweetheart Fete
At B'nai Raphael
Congregation B'nai Raphael will
have a Sweetheart dance and show
on Saturday. !) p.m.
Entertainment will feature \a '
poleon Heed and Candj Scott, with
Skippy Cole as master of ceremon-
ies.
In charge of reservations are
Mesdames Edward Feirstadt, Sy
Goldberg and My Kuhin.
On Thursday evening. Feb. 17.
fashions by Hartley's and furs by
A'Abee of Hollywood will be pre-
sented in a show with the theme,
"Goldfinger." featuring James
Bond and his girls.
Ribbon knit jacket with fur trim
will be presented.
Mrs. .lack Greenberg is in charge
ol tickets
Musicale to Aid
Mizrachi Chapter
Soprano Joan Saunders and clas-
sical mandolinist Fred Cold will be
featured performers at a musicale
to be held Sunday. Feb. 13. 4 p.m.,
at the home of Surfside Council-
man and Mrs. Louis Hoberinan.
9605 Carlyle Ave.
With seating limited to 100 mu-
sic-lovers, the program will bene-
fit the Hadar Chapter of the Miz-
rachi Women's Organization.
Mrs, Mack Ackelsberg, presi
dent of t h e chapter, announced
that full donor credit will be gh
'en to members attending the tea
and musicale being sponsored bj
the Hobermans.
Miss Saunders has appeared in
cally at man) leading hotel- and
on radio and television. She was
presented last year by the Surf-
side Music Society In New York.
she was soloist with the NBC Sym-
phony, Radio City Music Hall and
with Alfred Wallenstein.
Classical mandolinist Fred Gold
has appeared with concert groups
in recital in Town Hall and Carne-
gie Hall in New York. Ixicallv he
has been presented at the Musi
cians Club in Coral Gables, the
Pro-Mozart Society of Greater Mi-
ami, the Miami Beach Music and
Arts League, and the Surfside Mu-
sic Societv.
Home Auxiliary
In Two Functions
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary'. Jewish Home tor the Aged,
will hold its monthly birthday
party at the home, on Sunday. Feb.
20. at 2 p.m.
Mrs. Samuel Rost will host the
party in honor ol her own birth-
da] 011 Feb. 22.
Mrs. Lawrence Silverman. Aux-
iliary president, will give the mes-
M e of welcome.
.Mrs Louis Makovsky, program
chairman, will introduce Mrs.
Emil Morton, former Viennese
opera singer, who will present a
teportoire of songs Husband-and-
wife team. Joe and Harriet Klein.
pantomimists, will also entertain.
The Auxiliary ^'. ill honor George
Washington's birthday. Feb 22,
with a luncheon meeting at noon
in the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs Joseph Shapiro, past presi-
dent ol the Miami Beach Chapter
of Hadassah. will give the invoca-
tion,
Mrs In ing Lehrman, pres lent,
Federation of Jewish Women, will
be guest speaker.
Mrs Lillian Nelson will offer a
group of songs accompanying her-
self at the piano.
in charge of reservations are
Mrs Manuel Tananbaum and Mr.
Benjamin Orlow.
tnterfaith Day
Set at Beth Torah
Annual lnterfaith Day. co spon-
sored by the Federation of Jewish
Women, the United Church Worn
en, and the United Catholic Wom-
en, will be held Thursday. Feb.
IT. at Beth Torah Congregation
in North Miami Beach.
Registration for the all day-day
event will begin at 10:30 a.m.] and
the program will be conducted bv
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz, of Beth
Torah. Mrs. Irving Lehrman, pres-
ident of the Federation of Jew-
ish Women, named Mrs. Sidnev
M. Schwartz, vice president as
chairman of lnterfaith Daw
Firm Adds Partner
Law firm of Harris and Robin-
son announces that Joshua A Sir
kin has become a partner in the
firm, with offices in the Dade Fed
eral Building, Miami, other part
ners include Marshall S. Harris
and Barnetl Robinson Jr.
Golden Agers
Plan Boat Ride
Miami Beach Branch of the
Golden Age Friendship Club of the
YM and WHA of Greater Miami
will participate in an all-day boat
ride to Ft. Lauderdale on the "Is-
land Queen'" on Feb 23.
Golden Age club members will
meet at the City Yacht Basin Pier
5.
On Feb 27. the club will celebrate
the birthdays and anniversaries ol
its members, with a party consist-
ing of folk-dancing under the di-
rection of Sarah Levine and Abra-
ham Braunchweig.
Miami Hadassah
Meetings Monday
All but one of the Hadassah
groups in the Miami Chapter are
holding meetings on Monday.
Aviva Group is meeting at 10 13
a m.. followed by lunch, at the
home of Mrs. Gloria Friedman
7010 SW 133rd St. Mrs. Fdvl, .,
ger will review James Michem
The Source." Group president i
Mrs Fred Stone.
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Chai Group will meet if 9 -,
a.m. at Wolfie's. 163rd St for
breakfast. Manuel Bergman, opti-
cian. will speak on "Eye Health"
relative to Hadassah eve research
in Israel. Mrs. Maxwell Weistx
is president.
Albert Einstein Group
at 12:30 p.m. at Washington Fed-
eral, 699 ME 167th St. (In' so,
or will be Lee Vogel, WQAM com-
mentator. Mrs. Lewis Kantor is
president.
Menorah Group will hat
meeting at Hlllel House ; on \\\\.
ler Dr. Guest speaker is Ira Mo
topic will be "Ecumenical Coui |
Its History and I|> r' iture
President is Mrs 1 eon Ri ff. I
gram chairmen are Mrs
Schweitzer and Mrs Muric Vavis
Kadimah Group will cele
birthday in Sk> Lake Audi oriuin.
Miss Morris Press is presid
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Mt. Scopus Group will h.. ., ba-
zaar and country store at Tempi)
Zamora from 10 a m. to 5 p m., in-
cluding light lunch. Presi lent is
Mrs. Max Thurvis. Mrs Sarah Ja
cobs and Mrs. l.ouis Alexander are
chairmen.
Tikvah Group will hav an '1
p.m. meeting at Tyler's Restaurant,
1526 Police de Leon. Hair-. \ San-
ders, of Israel, will bo Hues' speak-
er. President is Mrs. Char is Cot-
zin.
Torah Group will bold
and hobby show stalling at 11 a
at the Women'- Club, i'*'l ''
1 once de Leon Mrs, All D
bin is president
Chaim Weiimann Group trill hoi
a games night on Feb. 20, p.m .
at the YMHA President Mrs.
Philip BotwinuY
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Family Affair'
At Beth Am
"A Family Affair," Broadwav
musical comedy, will be presented
by Temple Beth Am Players under
the direction of Murrav Birchan-
Sky on two Saturdays. Feb. 19 and
26 l urtain time will be 8:40 p.m.
Birchansky has a Bachelor of
science degree from the University
of Miam, continued studies in dra-
matics at the graduate school of
LorneJ] University and earned a
Masters degree in drama a- the
I Diversity of Miami in 1949.
In 1950. he assisted St. John Ter-
rell when the Mus.e Circus first
professional light opera company
under a tent, was presented in the
Miami area.
Since tben. he has been man-
aging theatres, was a TV staff art-
ist, and is currently teaching at
we.st Laboratory School.

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Boderman, president of
Emanu-El. announced
?ay tii" appointment of
elvin Rosenbaum ;s head
t .i-
Dr. Irving Lehrman looks on as Mrs. Joseph Abelow (center)
and Mrs. Melvin Rosenbaum, newly-appointed head librarian
at Temple Emanu-El. arrange a book exhibit.
Temple Emanu-El Names Librarian
tended Younjjstown College, Uni-
versity Of California al Berkeley,
with additional courses in art and
literature at Columbia University
and University of Miami. She is
also a licensed pre-scnool teacher.
and besides her many years as a
secular and Religious School Tem-
ple Librarian, has taught kinder-
garten and arts and crafts. She
- ,- editor Of the New-letter for
American Jewish Library Associa-
tion and served as Florida regional
chairman She has also publishc I
several children's short stone-.
Mr> Rosenbaum lives at :u?.\
NU 2nd Ter. with her husband
and a son it, who is a senior at
Miami Senior High School
w\l.i\
Temple
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Mrs M
librai lan of the Temple, to
bited j Mr- Vuon Cown.
I ho brarj is situated in the
|,. i|>l, Email Main Building,
17ol ,. lint ; \ e. with a chil
tin n's .ianch in the North Branch
Schi i Day School,
7Tin and Dickens Vve.
h ;. (he aim of the Library
Committee headed by Mrs. Joseph
Abelow to continue to enlarge all
,, ihe library* facilities, with
particular emphasis on the Re
frrence Section as well a- the
Hebrew and Yiddish section-.
I pi man said
New Judaica material is con-
st ii ii; bi in.; a Ided The libr try
at the North Branch school is also
being enlarged so that the new-
est reference books on secular and
religious subjects will be available
to the children attending the Solo-
mon Schechter Day School.'' he
fxplained.
'The Library Committee will
continue to meet with Dr. Irving
Lehrman to select the latest mate-
rial.
Mrs. Rosenbaum has been a re-
sident of Miami for 20 years, com-
ing from Phoenix, An/. She at-
Agency Wins Award
The Henry Weiss Agency, re-
presentative in Miami and West
Palm Beach for the Berkshire Life
Insurance Co., has won the Berk-
shire s. S. Wolfson Award for "out-
standing all-round agency per-
formance in the 28th annual Berk-
shire Boosters."" The campaign
exceeded 145 percent of an all-
time high quota, giving the com-
pany its fourth consecutive record-
breaking campaign. The Weiss
Agency hit 149.3 percent of its
individual quota.
Israeli Visitor
2s Feted Here
By Her Sister
Mrs. Znhava Shedrowitsky, a res-
ident of Israel for the past 41 years,
arrived for her visit to this coun-
try on Jan. 18.
She is houseguesting with her
sister and brother-in-law, Dorothy
and Rubin Bott, of 2121 N. Bay
shore Dr.. who entertained (or her
on Jan. 30 with a cocktail party.
Most of the 70 guests were rela-
tives whom the honone was meet-
ing lor the first time.
Others who feted Mrs. Shedro-
witsky were Mrs. Pauline Shevin,
a sister-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Stan-
ley Dick. Mr. and_JMrs, Jerry Shev-
in. Mrs. Millie Shevin and Mrs.
Hac Shevinsky.
Other relatives and friends who
entertained the visitor were Mr.
and Mrs. Mike Forer. Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Somberg, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Yanovitz, Mrs. Hilda Lazarus.
.Mr. and Mrs. Mack Levy. Dr. and .
Mrs. Moe M. Dick.
Luncheons tendered Mrs. Shed-
rowitsky were hosted by Mrs. Wil-
liam Sagman and Mrs. Eva Reese,
with other parties in her honor be-
ing planned betore she returns to
lsiael on the SS Shalom the end of
April.
On Tuesday, the Botts and their
guest will fly to Nassau, where they
will Staj at the Bolt home there
lor three weeks.
Mrs William Sagman, who host-
ed a luncheon on Tuesday for Mrs,
Shedrowitsky, met her in Tel Aviv
lour years ago while on a trip with
daughter, Edith Aronowitj, sister
Stephanie Klein, and Hilda Laza-
rus.
Guests honoring Mrs. Shedro-
witsky, in addition to Mrs. Bott.
were Mesdames ivtcr Ouchon. Max
lishman. Meyer l-'orer. Max Hey
man. Emil Katz, Stephanie Klein.
Hilda Lazarus. Pauline Shevin, and
Henry Solomon
Left to right: Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Bott. Mrs. Zahava Shedro-
witsky.
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New Theatre Feature 'Firsts'
When Sol Frankel and Maurice
Revitz open their new Bay Harbor
Rocking Chair" Theater Feb 17.
it will be one of the first new thea-
ters in the Miami area in 15
years.
The three-quarter-million dollar
structure, with David M. Abel as
general contractor and designed
by Arthur Pochcrt. will seat 1.000.
Some of the many features include:
Fort.', two inches of space be-
tween rows of loam rubber .-eats
with unlimited leg room.
Distortion-free projection pro-
vided by machines on an interme-
diate level.
One row sightlincs. with no ob-
struction whatsoever b> the head
in the patron in front.
Fiberglass acoustics and high
fidelity sound with w lap around
speakers.
Ceiling-to-floor and wall-to-wall
picture screen.
Multi-pack air-condition-
ing which delivers constant tem-
perature, humidity and purity Ol
air.
Unlimited parking adjoins the
theater. An art gallery and smok-
ing logo are on the upper leve
Another "first" will be the use
of blue Venetian glass embedded
in concrete blocks for the entire
front of the building.
Herb Kaplan, vice pre-,den'
manager ol the new theater at
1170 Kane Concourse, has made
a tie-in with El Al Israel Airl
and Universit; Travel of Cam-
i ridge, Mass., for a Sophia Loren
contest Winner will take an aII-
expense trip to i i lei won t SI :
Sophia I oren stars the movio,
Judith."' which starts a two to
three-week run it Baj Harbor
i hi ater on Feb 17
Surprise Nighl Sunday
Valentine Day surprise Night
will be the theme ol the res
mcnthl) meeting of the Rhode
Island Club of Greater Miami on
Sunday. 7 p.m., at Washington
Federal, 1234 Washington Ave.
President is Mrs. Louis Rudnick.
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All expenses PAID via
ft AL ISRAEL AlfflJNES
Pick Up Blank at Theatre


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fJenisi- fkridtta/n
Friday, February 11. 1965
? ecord-shattering Labor Zionist conference for the Combined
vish Appeal on Sunday at the DiLido Hotel brought togeth-
i (left to right) Judge Irving Cypen; Dr. Arieh Nesher, Jewish
Agency official and guest speaker; chairman, Joseph Zucker-
:.an; Greater Miami Jewish Federation executive director, Ar-
..-.ur Rosichan; and Dr. Zev Baumgold, director of LZOA ac-
,-ities for the national UJA. More than 300 persons attended
.he meeting, which continued the CJA's 1966 record of a 27
;. er cent increase in giving.
College Launches Second Semester
-econd semester in the courses ten sessions from Feb. 4 through
red by the College of Jewish Apr. 21.
- dies of the Bureau of Jewish
I jcation was announced by
.'. eph Cohen, president.
he college meets at Beth Torah
' igregation, 1051 N. Miami
ach Blvd.. Temple Belh Am.
" "mi SW 88lh St.; and at the of-
J.ces of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
. ion. 940 Lincoln Rd.
In the North Dade area, the
tollege offers courses in Basic
. jdaism, Great Jewish Books,
Elementary Hebrew, American
Jewish History, Advanced Hug
l/rit. Methods of Teaching in
ne Sunday School, and Post-Bib-
cal History.
The faculty consists ol Rabbis
. iold Richter, Jonah E, Caplan,
- muel M Machtei and Daniel M.
1 \\y; Herbert Berger, Benjamin
schuler. Abraham Gittelson,
l Louis Schwartzman.
Torah Vodaath
Banquet Mar 1
Annual banquet of Yeshiva
Torah Vodaath "ill be held Mar. l
at the Deauville Hotel.
Torah Vodaath. in Brooklyn,
N Y has an enrollment of sonic
2.000 students, and maintains se-
ven building facilities in New York
and its suburbs, in addition to the
main Brooklyn campus.
General chairman ol the Mar I
dinner ill be Milton Kalm. direc-
tor oi Kneseth Israel Congregation
here, and a leader in B'nai IS'ritli.
the Zionist Organization, and the
lit brew Academy.
Associate chairmen are Sam
Reinhard, Leonard Rosen. Oscar
B Shapiro and Herman hi so n berg.
Co-chairmen are Rabbi A .1 Sa
fra, Harry Rosen. Joe Margolis.
Adolph Blank, Hyman Kolko, Har-
rj Genet, and Louis Merwitzer.
In announcing the dinner. Rab-
bi Pinchas Briskman. assistant to
the dean of Torah Vodaath, said
that Kahn will be cited tor his
dedicated service to our Yeshiva
for the last 18 years.'"
CANTOR ABRAHAM fUCHS
Rabbi Baumgard on TV
Rabbi Herbert M Baumgard. of
Temple Beth Am. will apear as a
panelist on Ch 2 television "Man
ic, Man" program on Tuesdaj at
10 p.m.
Kneseth Israel
Will Present
Cantor Fuchs
Kneseth Israel Congregati
present Cantor Abraham 1
Sabbath services on Friday
18. at 5:30 p.m.. and Sal
morning, Feb. 19. at 8:3o a.m
tor Fuchs. who enjoys a
putatkm, will also present ,.
cert at the synagogue on S
Feb 20. at 8 p.m.
Cantor Fuchs was born ii
ania He later specialized
torial and Jewish folk-sinniii:
subsequently became chief can!
in Bucharest,
Cantor Fuchs moved to Isi
uheie he lived for four
There, he officiated in syna. s
in Tel Aviv, and was feat
regular programs on Kol 1
From Israel. Cantor Fuchs
called to Antwerp. Belgium
became chief cantor there H,
ang for several years in Hoi I
Belgium, and Germany.
In the United States since
Cantor Fuchs holds the positioi
cantor in Congregation 0h<
Zedek in Belle Harbor. N V
. -
-
The first session at Beth Torah
^an on Feb. 10 at 7:45 p.m.
The southwest branch at
th Am offers Methods of Teach-
- in the Sunday School. Elemen-
y Hebrew Great issues in Jew-
1 Life, and Great Jewish Per-
lalities. The faculty consists of
ibis of the area and educator-.
hiding Rabbi Samuel April. Dr
rbert Berger, Rabbi Maxwell
Rabbi Ralph Glixman,
bbi Sol Landau, Rabin David
senfeld, Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Nathaniel Soroff, Benjamin
loff. Herberl Berger, and Louis
hwartzman,
i'he first session began on Mon-
At the offices of the Bureau,
:ourstl continue in Basic Ju-
daism, Methods of Teaching in
la Hebrew School, Hebrew,
bible, and Literature. Instruc-
tors are Dr. Nathaniel Soroff,
Herbert Berger, and Louis Sch-
. artiman.
ourses at the college are also
ered as intraining courses for
Jewish teachers, and are open
adults who desired an intensive
irse of Jewish studies.
The second semester consists of
Pioneers Slate
Card Parties Here
Mrs. Abraham Seltzer, president
Golda Meir Club of Pioneer
?men, announces a card oartj
be held at 1 p.m.. Wednesday.
-; Jordan Marsh Auditorium. Mrs.
arv Daniels is chairman, with
; 1 proceeds marked for Pioneer
omen's Child Rescue Fund in
ael.
*
Kadimah Chapter., Mrs. Fred
i ndler. president, has arranged
-' luncheon and card party at the
me of Mrs. Elsa Kreutzer. 1201
V 11th St., on Wednesday, Feb.
-i. 12:30 p.m. Proceeds go to the
oetzet Hapoalot. Pioneer Worn-
- s sister organization in Israel
There will be a Kadimah board
eeting on Thursday. Feb. 24. 8
m.. in the home of Mrs Fannie
; iau.-s, 321 SW 26th Rd.
MNMITIIIMiS IX IIIi:
Bagels...and Good Coffee
No taste in the world satisfies like a bakery fresh
bagel...and a cheering cup of Maxwell House
coffee. Both are constant, unchanging and match-
less in the joy they give-each in its own. a tradi-
tional favorite in Jewish homes.
MAXWELL HOI SE
INSTANT OR R EG I I A J{
Good to the Last Drop!
Maxwell
house
COFFEE.
XWEU
HOUSE
CQTt&
IV means Kosher. Under super,mon tf
Rabbis Mersch Kohn and Bernard le.


Friday. February 11. 1966
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Page 3-3
Richard Stone, New Miami City Attorney;
Family Long Known in Community Affairs


New attorney for the City of
Miami has been a Miamian since
1!29.
Richard Stone. 38. named City
Attorney some ten days ago. is
the son of Mr and Mrs. Alfred
Stone, lo known in communal
endeavor here.
Stone was admitted to the Bar
in New York in 1954 and to the
Florida Bar a year later. He ha*
an AB degree from Harvard
University, and. received his law
degree from Columbia Univer-
sity.
He ha? been a lecturer with the
American Institute of Banking,
and is currently serving as execu-
tive vice president of the Alianza
[nteramericana. He speaks Span
i.-ii fluently.
Stone it a member of the Dade
County Bar Association, where he
serves ^ chairman of the Cor-
poration. Banking and Business
Law Committee. He also belongs
to the New York State, American,
InterAmerican, and Florida Bar
Associations.
His grandfather, Nathan
Stone, and father built the Black-
stone Hotel on Miami Beach in
1930, long a nationally-known
tourist landmark. His mother is
currently Florida coordinator
for the Miirachi Women's Or-
ganization of America.
He was Bar Mitzvah and is still
i a member of Temple Emanu-Kl,
of which his parents were found-
ers. He also belongs to Temple
Beth Am.
Stone is married to the former
Mariene Singer. The couple have
three children. Nancy 7, Amy 5,
and Elliott 2. and live in South
Miami.
RICHARD STONE
J$irtL
in
JMi*
mi
It's tir-: grandchild on either side
of the family Dorothy and Max
Handshu. of 2000 SW 17th Ter. Mi-
ami, are receiving congratulations
from friends on the birth of their
j-anclso- Philip Seott. born on
Wednesday. 9 a.m. Proud par
- art Dayle. the Handshus'
daughter, and Aaron Levy, of 25
Berkeley PL, Savannah. Ga. .
Bris will be next Wednesday.
Feb 16. in Savannah, with Doro-
in ax going up for the ex-
citing occasion Joining them
will be maternal great-grandpar-
ents. Mr and Mrs. Joseph Hand-
s am Mrs, Joseph Lippman, all
ol Mian.....
The arrival, incidentally.
\ ighei at 6 lb.. 3 oz.
A int.. sweetheart was the pre
Valentin* Day gift presented to
the three men in her life by Helen
Berne with the birth on Jan. 20 of
Deboral Susan Proud male
i i m b I r a of the family are Dr.
Jack Berne, the young lady's fa-
I i Jt. en 3'-' and Warren 1
Ivr brothers In adition to
dpi -. Mr and Mrs Sain
Altman and Mr and Mrs Charles
i. u there are two greal grand
mothers Mrs. Bessie Hirshkowitz
and Mrs Hose Bernstein, both ol
h...
A futi member ol the Ml Si-
nai Hos] tal Garden Club, Dierdre
11 Feb 5 to the former
Barbara Stepner and Dr. Jack Ski
ami Beach A first
child a a flrsl grandchild for
Dr. and Mrs. A Lester Stepner
I nil l< b's grandmother, Sar
ah. is i the Board "t Governors
i Grea Miami Area Garden
' ibs, : is a past president of
Mt Sinai Garden Club. .
Bj l< born at 12:15 a.m.. on
Jan. 22 Steven David Mitchell
-id 15 minutes sharing nis
mother : .tal day Son of Ern-
estine ai Alan Mitchell, the inde-
pendent young man joins sister
Maxine and will l>e named and
honored ..: a party Sunday after-
noon at home, 65 NE 171st Ter.
. Amoi i guests will be grandpar
ents. Mr and Mrs. Charles lion
vitz. lorn :ime Miamians, and Mr, |
and Mrs Nat Mitchell, of Miami ;
Beach Also an aunt. Miss Edna
Horovitv paternal relatives, Mr.
and Mrs Morris Klein, and a great-
great aunt, Mrs. Lillian Goodman
from Boston. .
I

A son Daniel Paul, born Jan. 25
in New York, Hew down with his
parent*. Dr. and Mrs. Peter E.
Sehrag, < that grandparents, Rab-
bi and Mrs. E. A. Levi, could wel-
come him Cantor William
Lipson, <:' Beth David, officiated at
the bris on Feb 2 at the home of
the Levi; .
A second daughter born to the
former Joyce Stern and Rabbi Al-
lan Genaucr in Seattle. Wash.,
chose her maternal grandmother's
birthday. Feb. 7. for her debut .
Joining sister S h i r a 1' j.
the infani shares with her, grand-
parents Mr and Mrs Ben Genaucr.
Of Seattle, and Rabbi ami Mrs. Ti-
bor H. Stern of this community .
Torah Hadassah
Has Hobby Show
Members of the Torah Group of
Hadassah are completing plans for
the annual bazaar and hobby show
to be held on Monday at the Coral
Gables Women's Club. 1001 F.
Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables.
The sale will start at 11 a.m.. and
continue throughout the day.
Items available will include
painted China, hand-made aprons
and knitted wear, children's items
and toys, art work and ceramics,
dresses, shifts, home-baked cakes
and cookies.
Concert Group
Elects Silverman
Ernest A. Silverman has been
e'.ectx president of the Commun-
ity Concert Association of Miami
Beach, succeeding .Indue Kenneth
Oka, who is serving in Japan in ^
the U.S. Government's People-to
People program
Other oliiuers elected at a re-
cent meeting of the association
here were Herman Grayson. ad
ministrative vice president: Her-
man Binder, senior vice president.
Mrs Irving Greene, Mrs. David
A. Hess, Mine. .Mana-Zucca. and
Edward l Mandell, vice presidents;
Mrs. David A Hess, secretary;
and Melvin Shxago, treasurer
Reflected to the board were Er-
nest A Silverman, Herman Gray-
son, Herman Binder. Mrs. Irvin
Greene, Mrs. David A. Hess. Mme.
Mana-Zucca, Edward I. Mandell.
Melvin Shrago. Mrs. Arthur Ander-
son. Mrs. Bernard Cantor, Irwin
M (assel. Martha Frost. Mrs.
Julius Harris. Jesse Martin. Anne
Padawer, Mrs. Carl Reisman. Ir-
ving Saal. Dr. Alexander Sheff.
Sam Serin, Louis Spielman, Harry
Webb. Mrs. Walter Wilner.
New iv elected members of the
board are Dr. Bertha Foster, Bo-
ris Graber. Lillian Kessler, Dan
Piver and Louis Siegel.
JMA President Slated
Department of Florida Ladies'
Auxiliary Jewish War Veterans
president. Mr.-. Irving Cooperm.-.i,
Will visit the West Miami Ladies*
Auxiliary on Thursday. Feb. IT,
8:15 p.m.. at the Community Ro I
of the Hclsum Bakery. 5761 Sunset
Drive. .So. Miami. Local presid< I
is Mrs. Joseph Achtnoan.
Mrs. Ti/pler on Radio
Mrs. Faye Tupler. president of
Women's League for Israel. Miami
Beach Chapter, will discuss the
League over WMIE on Sunday. 2
p.m.. on the Jacob Schachter pro-
gram.
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vJenisfi Fk>rid/far
Friday, February 11, 1956
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Rhoda Israel, now Mrs. Ctanlej Stein, was a cute
youngster bom and brought up in New York City.
Always a good student, she grew into an atmosphere of
business. Her father was a manufacturer of restaurant
equipment. Believing that every woman should know how
to support herself whether necessary or not. Khoda's fa-
ther felt she should go to New York University, where she
majored in accounting and received a Bachelor's degree.
She met Stanley during her third year at College. He
had just been discharged from the Air Force, and was
waiting at Amherst for an appointment to West Point. In-
stead, he decided to launch himself
into a business career.
Six months after graduation.
they gol married and lived in Long
Island until they moved to Miami
ten years ago The steins have two
children, Cathy and Robert. They
are a close knit group, with much
family here, including the whole
Snyder family Mayor Arthur I.
Snyder, of North Miami Beach, is
Rho la's stepbrother
'I he Steins joined Beth Torall
Congregation and found their*
| iritual leader. Rabbi Max A
* pschitz, to be an inspiration in
everj waj Rhoda belongs to many
other organizations, including
ican Jew ish < 'on ress and Hadassah
"The three besl thing.- we have done were to have
Cathy ami Robert, mow to North Miami Beach, and join
out i tion. Please don't make me sound like I'm
preaching." laughed Rhoda, but I feel so strongly about
our herita You must leach your children about the tra-
ditions of their Jewish historic past
Righl now. Rhoda is taking Hebrew lessons: and one
immediate advantage she has discovered is to gel so much
more out of Temple sendees by being able to follow and
understand the prayers as they were written, rather than
in English translation.
Rhoda presently serves a- president of the Mollie Ka-
haner Sisterhood of Beth Torah. PTA and shuttling the
children back and forth leave time for little else, except
perhaps a little golf and bowling, both of which have
brought her many trophies
The Steins enjoy the theater and entertaining at home
Rhoda particularly likes preparing dinner and is a good
cook
On Feb. 17. Beth Torah will hold its annual Interfaith
Day It will be a devoted and devout Sisterhood president
*-ho welcomes particiants from organizations representing
onlj her own faith but also United church and United
i atholic Women, as well.
-
RHODA
r &4Welcomed cjif",...
i) &4 ^Freasured^lossession
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Delsie Lipton
Weds Physician
In Rites Here
Delsie .lane Lipton and Ira Gary
Weiner were married Saturday,
Feb 5, al Weetvievi Country Club.
The bride is the daughter of Mi-
ami Mrs. Samuel lipton. 6535 Al
lison Rd she attended the Univer
sity of California and will graduate
from the University of Miami
School ol Education in June.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr
and Mrs. Albert Weiner. 3601 SW
26th St. lie is a graduate of the
University of Miami and will grad-
uate from the University of Miami
School of Medicine in June.
The double ring candlelight cer-
emony was carried out in white
with a touch of red. The bride wore
an empire gown of French mate-
lasse with a Queen Ann collar ot
seed pearls and crystals with
matching culls. A watteau train fell
from the shoulders over which was
a full length veil of Brussels lace.
The bride's sister. Mrs. Steven
Schultz. was matron of honor, and
Miss Karen Lytton was maid of
honor, Martin Baloff was best man.
After their honeymoon, the
couple will live in So. Miami.
]: Allen lleckfi
MISS CUNDA SHUMAN
MRS. IRA WUNtR
Glenda Shuman,
Law Student Will
Marry June 25
Mr. and Mrs Robert Shuman, of
Miami Beach, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Glenda
Sue, to Marshall Ronald Krongold,
son of Mr. and Mis Jerome Kron-
gold, of Miami Beach
The bride elect graduated from
Miami Beach High and will gradu-
ate from the University "i Miami
in June as a teacher ol mentally
retarded children
Her fiance, a graduate "i Miami
Beach Senior High, w.ll graduate
from the University of Miami
School of Accounting in .lime. He
plans to attend the university law
school in September Mr. Krongold
also attended the University of
Florida, where he was a member
of Alpha Epailon Pi. social fratern-
ity.
The parents of the bride -elect
will give a reception honoring tin
engaged couple. A June 25 wedding
is planned at the Eden Roc Hotel.
Miss Rose Eyes
Rites on June 5
Mr and Mrs. Frank Charles
Rose, 1408 So. Bayshore Dr.. an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Jill Ilene to Edward J.
Rosen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Jolof. Englishtown, N. J.
Miss Rose is a graduate of
Miami Senior High, where she
was a member of Anchor (lab.
Mr. Rosen graduated from Allen-
town High School and is presently
attending the University of Miami,
where he is majoring in psychol-
ogy. He is a past vice president
ol Phi Epsilon Pi.
A June wedding date has been
set at the Americana Hotel.
Grandparents of the bride-elect
are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tobin,
pioneer settlers of Miami Beach,
and Mr and Mrs. Harry Rose, also
of Miami Beach.
Book and Art Fair
The second annual Book and
, Art Fair is now being planned by
the Early Childhood Development
Program of the "Y" North County
Branch set for Mar. 27 on the
grounds of the North County facil-
ities, Rena Richmond and Betty
Fleisher are co-chairmen
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Gail Dee Weds
James M. Tross
Cail Norrme Dee. daughter of
Mis Berta Dee. Harbour House
South, became the bride of James
Martm Tavss at Beth David Syna-
gogue on Sunday. Feb. 6.
(in their return from a honey-
moon in Nassau, the couple will
live al 13175 Emerald Dr., N.
Miami.
Son of Mr and Mrs. Harry
Tavss. 3930 SW 5th Tor., the bride-
groom had his brother. Allan R.
Tavss, as best man. His sister,
Nancy Sue Tavss, served tlic bride
as maid of honor.
New Mrs Tavss is a graduate of
North Miami Senior High and Mt.
Sinai School of X Ray Technology
Her bridegroom is a graduate of
Miami Senior High, attended the
University of Florida. Charron Wil-
liams, and served in the t'. S. Air
Force for four years.
Jacobs, Fishman
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jacob*. 964
SW 10th -St.. and I.och Sheldrake.
N. Y.. have announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Marsha
l.ee. to I)r Jerry I. Fishman, of
MISS MARSHA JACOBS
6271 Sunset Dr. The future bride-
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Fishman. of Liberty, N. Y.
The bride-elect, a graduate of
Miami Senior High, is presently in
her senior year at the University
of Miami, where she is majoring
in education. She is a member of
Debs BBG, Sweetheart ol Hillel
AZA, and belongs to National Edu-
cation Association,
Now on active duty at Home-
stead Air Force Base, Dr. Fishman
is a graduate ol New- York Univer-
sity and graduated with honors
from NYU College of Dentistry
lie is a member of Alpha Omega,
professional fraternity.
A June wedding is planned for
the betrothed couple.
Reading Expert Scheduled
Adele Rosenstein, director of in-
struction for the Kvelyn Wood
Beading Dynamics Institute in Mi-
ami, will be guest speaker Sunday,
10 a.m., at a nun-ting of the Men's
Club ol Temple Beth Am. Her sub
jeet will be "How to Improve Read-
ing Habits."
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Israeli Yiddish Writer Visiting Miami;
Admires American Spirit of Freedom
A promim-nt Israeli novelist and
short story-writer is in Miami as
part of his project "to see Amer-
ica first-hand, not from the State
ol Israel."
He is Joseph Schavinsky, a guest
of Dr. and Mrs. Isaac Interman.
"It would be exciting to trans-
late into Yiddish and Hebrew
the works of Walt Whitman or
Robert Frost," Schavinsky said
here. "This is a thought I have
begun to mull over increasingly
in my mind."
To Schavinsky. these poets are
as representative 01 America as
the skyscrapers of New York.
"Israelis need to know more
about America." the noted writer
declared, "about the excitement of
its rich natural setting and the
fervid devotion of your country
to the principles of the free man
.mil his tre( societj."
'Aide-' to Open
Here on Monday
nuiseppi Verdi's operatic Spec-
lar Aid.i." mill be presented bj
Opera (iuild ol Greater Miami
Monday. Feb. 14. and Saturday.
: i b. n. at Dade County Auditoi
;um, and Wednesday, Feb, 16, at
i Beat h Auditorium,
rhc Verdi opera is the second in
series c three major produc
inns to be presented In I9ti5(it>.
the Guild's 25th anniversary sea-
son
All performances of "Aida" have
ieen sold out for the past three
months.
Dr Arturo diFilippi, the Guild's
general manager and artistic di-
rector, has assembled an all-star
Metropolitan Opera cast for
'Aida." Franco Corclli. a leading
ttnor of the .Met and La Seals
ipera Companies, will portray
lames, the Im>1 young captain of the Egyptian
oiard Singing the title role of
is soprano Mary Curtis-
na.
Amneris, the imperious and jea-
1 us daughter ol the Egyptian
Kins, i- played by mezzo-soprano
Rita Gorr. Basso Ezio FlageUo is
Ramfis, the stern and pompous
ligh priest Baritone Anselmo Col-
ani will sing the role of the Ethio-
pian King,
As Schavinsky sees it. "if I
were a leader in the Israeli Gov-
ernment. I'd see to it that Israeli
youth are sent here regularly to
study these things to become
imbued with the American spirit
just as much as Israeli politicians
constantly bemoan the nwd of
young Americans to visit my own
country."
A resident of Tel Aviv, he is
the author of "Under One
Roof," a collection of short
stories that recently appeared
in a volume illustrated by the
noted artist, Saul Raskin. He is
also the author of 'A Gallery of
Portraits," a collection of pro-
files on "Men of Deeds."
A member of the Yiddish Writ
eis Society in Israel, he is a italfcr
on the Yiddish Day. a weekl.t Tel
.\> Iv publication. In addition, Sena-
vinsk> prepaics hooks for pmli
i ation.
"I was in the Warsaw Ghetto."
the Israeli writer declared "Later,
1 hid i ut thi ee years, either to i n erj e from the war
with -I'll -reap* et, or to die I would
never, l promised myself, submit
to the enemy."
Shortly after V E Day, Scha-
vinsky came to Vernwald, a re-
fugee center, where he launched
a Yiddish publication that came
out translated in Roman script.
In March, 1949, he arrived in Is-
rael.
JOSEPH SCHAVINSKY
Golf Tournament
At Dorcl Club
Set Mcr. 10 to 13
The S100.000 Dual open Golf
Tournament will be staged here
Mar 7 to 13. with piaclic rounds
Mon lay and Tuesday, Mar 7 and
8: the Jackie Gleason Pro-Celc-
iii it; i lor Wednesday, Mar 9;
.ml the 72-hole -troke plaj cliam-
i ionship on Mar. 10 to 13.
The tourney's purse "as raised
this year trom the 1963 prize ol
S70.000. Defending champion will
be Doug Sanders. In charge of the
tournament is Frank Strafaci, di-
rector, at the (oral Country Club.
Israel Cavalcade
Features Top
Performers Here
Hanna Ahroni will make her
first Miami appearance as head
liner in the Cavalcade of Israel
Stars coming to the Miami Beach
Auditorium on Saturday night,
Feb. 26.
Miss Ahroni. a native Israeli,
has just arrived trom an extensive
tour, where she drew raves from
ciitics in London. Paris, Rome,
Athens. Tokyo, Moscow and Jo-
hannesburg.
Miss Ahroni has performed in
Carnegie Hall, Madison Square
Garden, and has appeared on
the Ed Sullivan and Johnny Car-
son Shows. She has also starred
in a show with Harry Belafonte.
Appearing with Hanna Ahroni
in the Cavalcade will be Juki Arkin
and tielene Parker, famed Israeli
pantomime artists,
Arkin is a native of Israel,
wluie he created his own pai 0
mime group and received high ac
claim in nationw ide tout s. He
n.. iti d to perform in the "aria
Menotti festival in Italy, and la
er toured Not th Amei ica wit i
Marcel Marceau and his group
i nil made a SUC'C) -ml tOUl Ol
South Afi i' a
The (avail ale of Israel Stars
is sponsored by the South Florida
Districts ol Ihe Zi mist Organiza-
tion of America. Tickets are ava I-
able at the Auditorium Box Office
and at the ZOA office at 1370
Washington Ave
s*........'
Schavinsky has been giving lee- _^ .
tuns on Yiddish and Hebrew, its Alpha OfTJeqa 5etS BOOK KCVICW
new life and new literature, alnce
his recent arrival in the U.S., with
stints in Detroit. Washington, New
York. Philadelphia and now
Miami.
Leading Yiddish cultural organ-
izations ot Greater Miami will
give a formal reception for Scha-
vinsky.
The reci |>t on will take place
Thursday, Feb 17, 8 pm in the
auditorium of Ihe >horc
Branch <>t Miami 15 at h i l<
Savings ami l.oa i ,\ a < 13
Washington Ave i < h
Schavinsky v II p on
"Achievements ol Vi il Li'or-
ature in Israel < 9' In h.
He expects to n tui n to Tel \' .\
for Passover.
Ladies' Auxiliary of Alpha Ome-
ga Dental Kratern.,;. will have a
luncheon meeting and book review
on Tuesday, 12:30 p.m.. at the Ai-
mers Hotel
I M Weinstcin will review
Chairman of the day is Mrs. Hy-
iiian Levine, and president is Mrs.
Morton liosenbluth.
Mrs
Alpha Omega supports the lie-
brew University Dental School in
Jerusalem and Variety Children's
The Source." by James Michener Hospital Dental Clinic in Miami
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Beth Raphael
Women's Meet
Mrs, Max Affachlner. presidi t,
Beth Raphael Sisterhood, will c. i-
duct a meeting on Thursday eve.
ning. Feb. IT. at the Temple.
A Sholem Aleichem skit, direct-
ed by Mrs Saul II. Brech. will be
presented with cast members Mrs
Max Affachlner, Mrs Rose Berg.
Mrs. Paul L. Kesser, and Mrs Carl
Wicker
Mrs. Dorothy Williams will be in
charge of refreshments
A complete Color Wedding
includes .
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+Jmi$t> Fkriaf*f>jn
Katz Family Will Honor Mother With Gtf* of Torah
i to Cong I
Sunday, Fel "27. as a I I
children of Mrs. Rachel
(time leader in local few:
rs. will present
on
not hi on hi r 75t|
i
i rpticlefl
nd the e\ i nt lich ii! be-
i p.m., with 'i'
>' home al 1228
' an a \> 1 he Torah "ill
n there to the syna-
- -.a: 935 Euclid Ave,
Mrs Katz was president ol the
Sisterho I ol Beth TQlah tor 13
ai I is currently pre? denl
Miami Bi ach Chapter ol Mi/.
. Woman She is a Board of
lor an < member ol the
u Academ.x Women, and life
member of the .Jewish Home fi r
tfPS. RACML K477
the A ed ani ol the Mesivta Worn-
, n
Rev. Jacob D. Katz, president
ol B( i : lilah, an I Mrs. Joseph
Gr< >nl ti g are being joint I bj
; hers and sisters from
New York and New Jersey, who
ai.' c m ng i iwn for this sp i ial
event, Samuel Katz, Mrs R :'
i Jrs. Frieda 'ha
[rving Isaci witi and Mrs.
. Wang.
Mrs Ka i is the widow of the
late Rabl i Mayer Katz, who was
:i leader in local Orthodox circles
: inn r | resident w the B( th
Tiilah Chavra Mishnayoth. The
- mos td to Miami Beach in
l from Monticcllo, N Y where
Mrs, Katz \ foun ler and pn si
dent of the Hcbre Free Loan Soc-
< ;> '.here.
Friday, February 11, 1966
RABBI ROUND G/TTftSOHN
Rabbi Gittelsohn
V/ill Keynote
Reform Fund Fete
Rabbi Roland B. Gl daohn, of
on. Mass., will be krxnote
aker al the Reform Fewish Ap-
peal's South Florida dinn rr on Sun-
, y evening, Mar t>. u as an-
nounced this week I Gem
( hairman Sam Luby Si
i ine of America's disi iguished
clergymen, Rahbi Gilt tUohn is
noted as a forthright speaker and
writer
Included <>n the evei g's pro-
gram for the dinner a' le Edi a
Hoc Hotel will be Johnj Carson,
noted television personality, The
Reform Jewish Appeal i- the fund-
raising arm of the Hebi ,. I'nion
C illege Jewish Institute f Reli-
gion and the Union of imericcn
Hebrew Congregations.
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Iday. February 11, 1966
vJewlsti noridHiHn
Page 13-3
Mo'i Schecter
-Mis. .-checter will give a reception
in honor of their son.
Cultural Arts Workshop Set
Bradley Cossel
J$ar Bradley Cassel
William, son of Mr. and
, S. Cassel. 1420 Cleve-
will become Bar Mitz-
f inlay. Feb 12. at Tom-
Kl
attends seventh grade
Junior High and plays
the school hand. He is
e ii science and stamp clubs.
- horseback riding.
rles Hyman and Mr. and
M i issel, Of Miami
radle) grandparents,
the event,
ram will be honored at
i Saturdaj e> enii
at ( ountrj Club.
*
Gary Dworitz
on:.', son of Mr. ant
Myer, 7304 Gary t\\ i
Bai Uitzvah at T< m
ij morning,
..f the Temple
il! be honored
i hint heon in the Socia
n ests include th
celebrant's grandmother. Mrs. Til-
lie Etworttz, and grandparents. Mr
and Mrs. Samuel Cushner. all of
New York.
* *
Marc Schecter
Mart Warren, sen ol Mr and
Mrs. Jerry Schecter. will become
' at Temple Adath Yeshurun.
Marc is attending Sabal Palm
Elementary School. He plays elec
trie guitar and is a member ol
Coast I inei B nd His favorite
suhj< cl i- -i" Lai 5i i 'nee, and his
hubby is slot car racing
Following the sen ices, Mr an I
Rick Jaffa
Rick, son of Mr and Mrs. Arthur
Jaf.e, t f 9O.i0 SW 57tii Ter., will ob-
serve his Bar Mitzvah en Saturday
morning. Feb. 12. at Temple Zion.
Kick, a seventh grade pupil at
Glades Junior High, plavs guitar
and is a coin-collector.
Kiddush. sponsored by his par-
ents, will follow the service, and a
reception in honor of the celebrant
will take place in the evening at
the Knights of Pythias Hall.
Bruce Crown
Saturday morning services. Feb.
12. at Temple Sinai cf North Dade
Will include the Bar Mitzvah of
Unite. >on of Mr. and Mrs Frank
Crown.
Bruce, an eighth grade student
at 'he Temple's Religious School
and at John F. Kennedy Junior
Hi h, serves as a member ol his
scho il's newspaper staff, His hobby
i- imp co lecting He also par-
ticipates in North Miami Beach Lit-
tle Lt a [ue Baseball, basketball and
table tennis, and has received
awards in all these activities
-- iit the services will in
chid.- his grandmother, Mrs Id
Shavel of Miami.
Over 200 educational leaders of
Dude County will attend the sec-
ond Cultural Arts Workshop for
teachers and professionals on
Monday, 7:30 p.m.. at the YM and
WHA ol Greater Miami at 8500
SW 8th SI
Sister Mary Joseph and Sister
De Marillac, professors of educa-
tion at Barry College, will attend
the series
Also registered for the sessions
are Mis. Kathenne Manning, di-
rector of the recently-established
Montesson Institute representa-
tives from the John F. Kennedy
,>rogiams for underprivileged chil-
dren, and Mrs. Helen Mullens, f!i
rector of students at Miami-Dade
Junior College.
One of the (natures of the Mon-
lay .,rkshop will be a demonstra
;ion and lecture on the value of
ft Ik sii ;ing to the growth and de-
.-I ipmei i i< young children
a discussion by Lois Rabeck,
noted singt r and educator.
The first work-hop in the series
was held Jan. 17. with a
nstration by Nat Norbert,
whose topic was "Education
through Puppetry."
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*Jenisfi f/hridfter
Friday. February 11. 19GG
Edward Bramson was Tues-
day elected to the South Mi-
ami City Council with a high
tally of 654 votes in a six-
way race. Veteran City
Counciiwoman Mrs. Jean
Willis was returned to of-
fice. Biamson bested incum-
bent John Brau, 469 tauies.
Mayor Clyde M. Taylor, who
ian unopposed for a second
term, scored 838 of the 1,399
ballots cast.
Pharmacists
Hear Israeli
Kdward Superstein, head of
pharmaceutical services at Hadas-
gah Medical Center of the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem, was
-in si speaker before the Dade
County Society of Hospital Phar-
macists on Tuesday
Superstein also addressed phar-
macists in a special conference at
the Dupont Plaza Hotel on Wed-
nesday evening.
The former Detroiter was on the
staff at the College of Pharmacy
at Wayne University and chief
pharmacist at the Metropolitan
Hospital of Detroit beioie emi-
grating to Israel.
Arranging the meetings this
v i ek were Jack Pulver, chairman;
Ben Saks, co-chairman; Joseph
Ernest Jacobson, honorary chair-
man; and Sam Goldman, honorarj
chairman.
Representing pharmacy groups
iire w ere Elmer WhaHey, South
east Florida Pharmaceutical Asso
Ciation; Harold Baylies. Dade
County Society of Hospital Phar-
macists; Morris E. Greene, whole-
sale druggists; Jerry Stern. Alpha
Zeta Omega, pharmacy fraternity;
and Herbert Silverman, Rho i'i
Phi, international pharmacy frat-
ernity.
Honorary committee members
were Ray Bellinger, president, in-
ternational Narcotic Enforcement
Officers Association. Sidney Bes-
kind, member. International Rela-
tions Committee of the American
Pharmaceutical Association; Her-
man Waller, general counsel. Na-
tional Association of Retail Drug-
gists; and John Stadnik, Florida
Board of Pharmacy.
Molly Picon In
Majority of One'
A Majority of One," the come-
dj about a Brooklyn lady and a
Japanese textile tycoon, will be
the next attraction at the Roose-
velt Theatre, where it begins a
two week performance on Titos-
daj
Written by Leonard Spigelgass,
the comedy will star Molly Picon
a.- .Mis. Jacoby, the Jewish matron
who learns to appreciate suklyaki
as much as gelilte fish
The role, which was originally
created by Gertrude Berg on
Bioadway. was recreated with
great success by Miss Picon in
London opposite Roberl Motley.
Morley's role as Mr Asano, the
courtly Japanese millionaire, will
;( performed bj stage and TV star
staats Cotsworth in the current
Roosevelt Theatre production.
The play's lesson in tolerance is
only an undercurrent to its humor-
ously entertaining story, according
to Jacob Kallsh, who is directing
the Roosevelt production. Kalish
is Mi-- Picon's hubsand in private
life.
In addition to Miss Picon and
COLSWOrth. the cast helping the
comedy shuttle between Brooklyn,
Tokyo and the deck ol a trans-
Pacific steamer will include Bever-
Ij Rich and Louis Pell in the rolls
Of the widow's troubled daughter
and son-in-law. The scenery de-
picting each of these locales is be-
inu designed by Thomas Barnes.
Mercantile Has
Officer Election
S. Mort Zimmerman was elected
chairman oi the board at an annu-
al Stockholders meeting of the Mer-
cantile National Bank of Miami
Beach.
Paul Walker was elected vice
chairman ol the board.
Elected members of the board
were Robert L. Moody. S. Mort
Zimmerman. Theodore A. Davis
Jr.. Walter 1. Hartman. Wesley W,
Alexander. R. Harold Bach.'Ste-
phen Carner, Kenneth Franzheim
II, Theodore Konzel. I Nathan
Meltzer, Morris Rosenberg, H Kail
Smalley, Erwin G, Steis, Paul
v alker, Frank A Weaner, Fuller
V an en.
Bank personnel elevated were
ey N Bookbinder to senior
. i< i pr< sident; Mortimer V. Wien
er, \ue president; and E. Nelson
Herzog. Jacqueline A Lampasso
and Kenneth W. Ressler, assistant
vice president-..
Others ..:.- Geneva Ball. James
Dameron, Mary Kelton and Rich-
ard Tuisi. assistant cashiers; Rob-
ert Saltman, trust officer; and Ber-
nard E Roig, manager, interna-
tional Department.
Antiques Show
25th Anniversary
A silver anniversary is some-
thing special, as patron.- will find
out when they visit the 25th annu-
al Antiques Show and sale Feb. 10
to 13 in Ba.vfront Park Auditorium.
Hours are 1 to 11 p.m., daily.
General manager of the show.
Mrs. Ethel Mae Bocdy. Cleveland
antiques authority, whose mother
was this area's first antiques deal-
er, has been bringing the shov
comprised of some 50 dealers from
all over the country, to Miami an-
nually for the past 24 years.
On Saturday. Feb. 12. beginning
at 3:30 p.m.. the Zonta Club of
Greater Miami, service organiza-
tion of executive and professional
women, will sponsor a colonial tea
for patrons of the show as a means
of raising funds for their project,
the Miami Unit of Recordings for
the Blind, which is located in the
Otto Richter Library Building at
the University of Miami
Beth Am Ladies
Interfaith Lunch
Seventh annual interfaith lunch-
eon sponsored by Temple Beth Am
Sisterhood will be held on Wednes-
day at the Temple.
Tables with food and decora
ations typical of major Jewish hol-
idays will be displayed at 10:30
a.m.. in the Youth Lounge. Lunch-
eon of traditional Passover food
will be served in the main audi-
torium, and will feature a model
Sedi r led by Rabbi Herbert Baum-
gaid and Cantor Michael Kyrr.
Mrs. Byron Cherkas. interfaith
chairman, announced that commit
tees planning the holiday tables
and the food prepared by Sister-
hood members have been directed
by Mrs. Richard Alper. Sisterhood
president, and Mrs. Wayne Rogers,
vice president.
Kucild Aw died '"< 28
Ktver-
LEGAL NOTICE
V
LEVIN. Mi- Jeanette s. ,.i....... 16th
,ii,,I Jan !> Rlvenddi
GUSS. Morris. to. of 'Ti M-.
\, i .-.-i i ;. en i:i HuffHlo HlUidii rj
STE.N. Air- Iti I* eea,
Molly Picon Sfaofs Corsworfh
Men's Club
Slates Editor
Men's Club of Temple Menorah
will present Hendrik Berns, ed-
itor and publisher of the Iiulo
pendent, as guest speaker at a
breakfast on Sunday in the Tem-
ple Social Hall. Berns will discuss
Dangers of Extremism."
President is Ben Krovetz, Com-
mittee for the breakfast includes
Norman Shapiro, Ben Alter. Alex
Friedman. William Carter and
Marshall Kratzer.
Rabbis Slated
In Pageant Here
Sunday will be the Rabbinical
Association night for the "Sunday
Evening Under the Stars" pro-
gram In the City Of Miami's Bay-
front Park Bandshell
The program this Sunday night.
beginning at 7:45 p.m.. will fea-
ture Rabbi Jonah Caplan. of Sky-
Lake Synagogue, and president of
the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami; Rabbi Sol Landau,
of Beth David Congregation; Rabbi
Solomon Schiff, Oi Congregation
Beth El, and executive vice presi-
dent of the Association; and Rabbi
Morris Skop, ol 'Temple Beth Shi-
ran.
The feature of the evening will
be a pageant, 'The Saga of Israel."
written by Aaron Kalian. Partici-
pants in the saga will be Cantor
Jacob Renzer, of Beth Torah Con-
gregation, and the congregational
choir under the direction ol Miss
Carol Mackenzie.
Agnes Zalka,
Miami Pioneer,
Dead at Age 62
Long-time resident Agnes Zalka,
of 3 Island Ave died Feb. 4 at the
: 62.
Mrs. Zalka. who came from
Scranton, Pa 44 years ago. is sur-
vived by her husband. Nathaniel.
other survivors are two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Mildred Hip-man, of
Coral Gables, and Mrs. Sheila
Kline, of Miami: a sister. Mrs.
Belle Rosen, ol New York; a broth-
er. Louis Saltin, of New York: and
s:\ grandchildren
Services were Feb. 6 at River-
side, 1920 Alton Rd., with inter-
ment in Mt. Nebo Cemetery
SAPOZNIK, .1... T ...... VIHtl!
A. .- Vlci ill 1 -li -
lirm
vorzimer. s imuind l.
i'ullln* ,vi, illed Jan Rlwi -
side.
ARNDT Mr* .1, I !,'. SIlIRl
6 i.'i i -..Mm- Aw illcil .lull L'S Rlv -
.">;.I.-
KLEMPNER. Air- 1,1.,
LEGAL NOTICE
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BV THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
.1,1. A -- Jamaica, .,.,, .,_,_ .,., vVllo.M T1IHSK PRES-
N% ....... BNTK" SHALL Co.MK, ilRKKTUCl ;.-
MASIN. L.1H1. 7" "i .*:' KW "<" Wht-rea*. ROllKItT MKRHITr, All
ivi., 'i"1 inn --: <;..,...., ,M| ^,., .1:11 ..\ isitii .ukrritt,
BAKER. I...... is, "I -1-1 ^v 1 lupin miami, KLORIHA; AllltllAY MAIN
I >r.. vv ii,.:i.iii.....I. died Jan sTKR, MIAMI, l-'i a u:ii v i:rni:i.
ItiVel
BERMAN. I;.,... IT, of :'.--': S\\ "l-i
\i, ., died Jan !!." Rlvei
COOPER. Hunan. '. died Jnn -1
Kervl en ". I'orlRiiiouth. v., River-
hide
FELDMAN Jiwenh, 1'1'S. "I lOS.i
lux Am-., dh .1 Jan. -' I-1"
LESCANDER. Nathan Al 67, i>l Ti"i
i'. all r I lay I '1 clltnl Jan Rl> -
UAINSTBR, MIA Ml. FLORIDA', did
. ..a ilw 1 >t ila> "i June, A.D. '.
..ins.. I.,- Incorporated i.ii.l.-r lie-
..( ill.- State of Florida MKK-
viain coRl*. 1 i-oriwratlon, with Its
prui.-ipul place ol lillidnww at MIAMI,
li.vi'i: I'ulNTV in Hi.- Stale .-f
Florida, arid vvlieroaH mi. li corpora-
tion ili.i .Hi ill** lsi day of Fobruury,
A.l'. r.".'i eaum tu i" filed in the ol
flee "I the S.-. i-.'i.iry of State Ol the
Stale of Florida, the documentary
1-111. Mao- ..I lli.ilila, 111.- m- 11111. 111:1 rv
L.YON, .I..I11. It ..f is.I NW il .,,,,,,,,1,, r,..|uir.-.l under Section
SI., died Jan 2.i Services In Scotts- gos.27, Horldn Statute*, -li,.win. the
l:iI, Vi .. Rlvel Hide
MEYER. Joseph. 71. ..1 11740 Hardini!
Avi died Jan. 2*i Rl\< 1
WEINER, Hem li tin. ill. ill I I" S\V
2-ltli Ril.. died Jnn -i Si rv I.
New York Chs liurdvn
WEINBERC, ThenUi I II2
,\'i: IMli Am died J1111 12 Ker-
i i-h In N. York < 'ii> Rlvi
PAUL. VI.. si. > .-'W r.i
St., died Jan 12. 1 lordon.
LEGAL NOIICf
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROOATE
No. 69800-C
in rk
II \l:v r.Y l- v.' k
li ,l;v i:v ALISKRT
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 1..... in uiul VII I on I In; -
1 .. mini i- v. >
-.'.> notll led mid n
itlMHolutlon ..i .-mil corporal Ion.
Now, ill.....f...... the s.-.t-.taj> of
Stall doe* In ril.> certify to the fore-
: :nnl Dial lie if -.ill-li..l lli.it the
:. 11.?-. n.. lit of Mi. I..vi ti.iv,. I.. 11
,'..'i'|,ll,.,l 11 It''.
IN v\ ITNKi S V\ Mi:i:i:i >V, I I ,
mt.1 vt in. hand and have af-
1 \. .1 the '; 1 > il of the Sin,
!.i. ,.i TiillnliaoM thi '.<'.ii.ii.
iin- Hi. I'lRsr daj oi 1 i.r.i:: akv .
v.....
Tl 'M AUAMS
etui ol -
! : 1 ...:
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCU.T OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
IN CHANCERY.
No 66C-1331
vi 11: v ll.\ I'TIS ri:
I Malm 111
V.,u ire h.-I liv In.till,-il hum I. '
l"'INI'Ai;riSTK
it- u !in h \' heeslaui.nfVvIIVKyY VI.I SUIT FOR DIVORCE
., k .. HARVEY Vl.l'.l 1:1 .. I" K'HN RAfTIM '
i., r uoie ,-..111,11. Florl he ';'<"' [ ''>"':".;:,.
louniv in.it., ol Hade County, and u JOHN HA I iimi. arc hereby
file iin- same in dupllrale .....1 nollrie.l ihul 11 Hill iVrtimlalnt for
provided in rtevtloti 7S3.16, Florida Divorce loo. heeii riled imainot
Slaiutee. In their offlee* in the foiin- iijd you nr. '- 1 '.....rv* copy
onrlhouae In Dade County. Fair. >> 1 >"-"'' 'V.""""*. '
l.ia, within -is calendar month* vm 'mi '|.,,'!;1,:'.1',", "S..,.hf..56UnJ,n
... lime of the liiat publU-al........ V l..riie> I BRAI.U SIIAKRMAN
of or Hi- mine will be barred \"~',' Di'llrtliiK, Miami. Rorlda nnd
ieue.i iu Miami, Florida, ihii Mh pli I he niclnnl Anwwer ..r Plaadlnn
,l,i ,1 Februar)', v 1 !:;.
AIATII.I'A VI.l:i:i: I'
As l:\i-ell.Il\
i'i p ibid Htlon of tlii- noi.......
ili. nth da} of I-.1.1-11.11>. I:"'.''.
MMON, I I 1 > & 1 iKI .VI iWKRI i
v i. foi 1 !al.....
.': \ 1 ine) 1 illdlmi
Miami Florida S3132
! ll-is-: ;
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69798
In RE Estate '.
aiii.ih:i:ii i:i:vi'i'
Heci .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All ivr-.m- Hrv-
11.- 01 I 1. iiumd* A^.,n,-: Said
v are hei. 1.1 notified and re-
quired 1.. 1 -:*iji au> claim* and de-
111 III In 11 III- li 1 11 :. 1 I.,i\ ..uaili-l
Ihi -in. .: \lll,|i|:i:H HII VFF de-
ed late -.I I lade -11 r. 1.. I mrlda.
In ihe Counl) Judice* ..t Dade Coun- MARY 10 .|.iT\i"\
in i'i. offl.....1 Hi.- Clerk ..f ih.- t'ii
in .'......; ..11 1 Iu fon ihe 1 Ith day
"f Alal. h 1...... II you fail to do Mi
luilicement b> defaull ill be token
iiaaim-l 1 '..i ihe relief demanded
in ih,. I lilt .a Complaint
'I'lns i...ii... -hall lie inibllahad >
each Week I"' foul eunaecullve week*
in Tin: n:vv isn 1 1.. iRIDIAN
IHNK VNIi 1 iKDMRKD at Miami
I'i Ida, tin- 7th das of l-Vbruan
v.i II
1: R 1.1: vtiikkai.w. r.'iert
I'i' III! 1 '..III t I Mill 'OUMIV I .
1-all I'.! Is Al. I.YAI V\
I'ellllll .
HKII v 1.11 sn.v i:i:m v.\
I V.li-I. |1 ill,In-
Miami, Flotidi
Aii,.inei i..1 i'i lintirr
________________________2 i-i8-:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCU,T IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 66C-.80
1.1. and I'lli Ihe same In dupl mi hiiiI
..- poo di
in 1... 1 office* in the
' 1 'mint; li 1 -a.:. I
1, ii ii li n -i\ e.-ili mlai 1
hi 11 1 1.....1 lion
llel'eul ; mil
1 ..; Miami, Florida, ili sth
ilni ..; I-'. 1.1 inrj .A.li
i:i:v\!\- 11 r.ii.ui'
a- i.\e. nor
I let on

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NOI iCt OK PUBLICATION
Ti VI.I'KKIi I VI.I. I'nl.C.M \N
I Reeldenei I nkn-.n :4 *
V11U lire i..|iiir. .1 ti. -v-ie
*"-'>"' to ihi 1 mplalnl i- yi
ii Plaintiffs V't. 1 n,.j ai.vin -
'AWN Lincoln I! ... KuUdini
MIllDM I:. ... I F *nd III,
Iimi iii tin I'l.rk 1.
mri ..11 ,.i U-lot.i ih-
-'Mil [>,
I'rn ivllj Fhtered
1 v i'i.I tiii- 21*1 da] of i.ci. ,:
i: It '' v i'IK" VI AN.
. .' lit I
I' Ida,
111 C r i..|'i;i \\i>.
11. put} Clerk
I'M 2/4-1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69735-C
111 RK F-tate ..f
Brooklynite Set
At Young Israel
Samuel Abrahams, of BrookJyn.
N Y will address the Young larai .
ot Miami Beach on "Impressions ot
African Jewry" this Saturday. 4:30
pin., at the synagogue.
Abrahams, an active member of
Young Israel of Flatbush in Brook-
l.vn, returned last year from a
four month trip to West, Central
South and F.asl Africa.
Seymour Zucker, secretary of
the congregation, will introduce
tlie speaker.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 66C-I331
i'ai'.s vi: vv vi;i:i.\
Hall
\ -
RUTH V vv VRRKN,
I li I. n.lali:
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TU: l:i:ill \ VV VRRKN
Ue.-i.l. in Linknou n
v RBTIIA vv AKKKX. an
11- -1 lf:.-.l thill a Kill ol .'..Iii'.il. 1
li.i- been filed .. ,. .
^i'"1 >' ^11 requln .1 1.....
''> 01 1 .... linn ,1...
1 ..ii "i omplulnl .." tin |.i ,
ne> VI VRSIIA1.I. K I'l.-lil'l-
- vv 1114th .-1 Kendall, r
an.1 til,- ih.- orlKlnul Aii.-ii.i- or I'lend-
ing in III, offli I ,.r the in-. ||it I ,,. 1
' OK ... In fon Hie mi, ,].,> ,., Mai. 1
'> defaull v....... ,.,,,,
roi Hi. rebel .1. 11..,n,i...1 I,, ,.., 1 ti '
..t 1 uinp .,
This notii Khali b.
llvi
In Tin: JKWixil k ultini is
. ePi!!>K AN" ORDKRITD ai M :,,,.
I l..i,.la. tin- in, ,,., ,,,
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1 b-eull ourl Hail. 1'.....
B} K M I.V.V v\
Depul 1 'li rl
MARSHALL II
j22 H VV 11141 h -
KI'.'Mi.VI.I.. n ,|;||,\
Ait..tu.-i fi l-i.ilntlff
2 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61064.C
In RK Kxt
I RANK I! M vYt:i:
. 1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DiSCHARCE
Ni.'iii'i: hereto riven that I have
filed 11... r i.ii 1:. rl and r. 11t1.u1
"li "I, .1 M '
...- Kxtvutrix ..f the ..-i.u, ol PRANK Alj',',v> '' SN"'I'"
' tii- '.'tin V|!,'v !!;'.via,'. ... 1'.,.'. wil .... ... ^NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' Hi- Hi.nt.lftlili i'..i,l% |,|.., '" Al 1 ,,,|,i.,r- .,,! All l!.:--.,nK Hal
I i' intr. Florida for annrn* 'll'"'' "'' Denmndu Against St
""Id 1 11 !.. ,1 nnd i, (|,H. '--'''
nd final .1 : ,- v. J"" ''''' bet 1 bj notified and
i'1'iurlx of tii.- estate 01 ti,.- ,i,.,v,. "i1 >t-- -1 in present and d.
1 "'' I leei lent riii- iithd.iv of Feb- ",i:""lK which >..n m... have aaaln
Ho- .-I ilr ,,t IMI.I.VS |." SMITH
CliCiLlA M. SLVYER '........' "!< County, Mar-
lOxeiuulx J""' '" "" fmmtjr .lu.lt;. of
L. <- IIU'UKN ints 111 il tii.- tin ...:, |n duplir.ite
.mil a- pmrtdi .1 n s.. lion 7
firsl National l:..i,i, Bids Floridn SlntuteH. in tli.tr offloea in
1.1132 Count) CoiirthouM In n.oi-
i 11.11.2,1 3 :''1 j*"' ''' li'iin .-is calendar
'""iii- 11..mi ii... time nf th
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
.... ,, STATE OF FLORIDA
v-r ,''',' ,WH,,-V THKR I-RK8-
ML\! 1 .'...vn- m.i'n'iv.s
"f tile Millie 11 I 1
nublieutlon hereof,
lie barred.
Dated at Ml ui i. Florida, tin. 7th
lay ..r I-, l,.iiai-\, A n 1.....;
VI.\ IN' s i'WV.N
At i'\.. utnr
i-if-i public ill m ..t tt.is notii
ih. nth dm of r,-i.i ,
\V......a.- IIBNRV OXEL.I Miami !'!!'" n"*ruary1 1.....
jHAi 11. ii.i.kiim. '.'.:.'-. ',,AM' v,VlNhs''c\ws-,'Vbruar>''
Ti'i-M,iVv i'^V''"' w"iiMt A.i..'i.; 1 ,..,
m.KKR I'-i'^iiV^vt^ViV-v";'.............lM.:..a
A%, v'?, ':, :;;-;: ,>:.....- ,. notice or______
ndei tii, law

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Fridav Mmr-k 0"; 10CC
day. February 11,1966
V
flps*#fk ffiriridffann
Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOT'CE BY PUBLICATION
is THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
4rH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
IfOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 66C-770
i iXNK PIERCE,
plaintiff
fi-iikm PIERCE.
I 'eft-n.lant
SU.T FOR DIVORCE
, l.l t-l-M >i: I IMKRCE
l2' Maple SHwi
I,-11K mown, Pcimsy iMinla
|> ,., CLIFFORD PIERCE, are
Vthy notified that .1 itiii of Com.
in for Divorce has been filed
you, aii.l you sra required to
:, ropv nl \our Answ.r i>i
. ,| m to the Hill nf Complaint mi
plaintiff s attorney, shkvin,
i IMMAN A. HOLTZMAN. FSOS
It, 344 Seybold BuJIdlnK, Miami.
.i.i:i R3I82 nnd file the orlKlniil
nwer "i l"l> .ulliin in the office "f
Clerk ol the Circuit Court on
iicfore Hi'- -Mil day of February,
If \,.>i fiil in ili- so, Judaremciit
I mil will in- taken against vim
.i ihe relief demanded in the Hill
> imnlalnt.
I his notice shall In' published
each weea week for four con-
, Hire weeks In T1IK .IEWISII
iRIDIAN.
. .,'!: AND OHDBRRD al Miami
i da. this 21st day of Januarj A i>
B, B. LEA THERMAN, Clerk
I- -iii <',iiit-t. Mole Counrv Florida
,11 B) K M I.V.MAN
Deputy 'lii k
-ni:\lN. GttoDM \N a, HOLTZMAN
1.. s.-vIimIiI Dulldlna
I i Florida :: 113*. Tel :{7-1 > T L* 1
if) for I laintlff
O I.VAN N ll"I.TZMAN
1 38 1-11-1-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FLFVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 66C 859
:|-. HVJK i- KRIJ.BY,
Plaintiff
\s.
i: ptiwn.i, kki.i.ky
iiP'
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
' Rt misf: IHtWKI.fj KEI.I.EY. IS
Wild wood Garden Ami IA, Purl
IVaahlntrtnn. N V
V.'i. ELOIHR POWELL KKI.I.KV.
'.. rtJ'\ notified thai a Bill of Com-
' foi Divorce has been filed
_- mst you, and vmi art required I
rvi a i "i'v "f vi.ur \nawer or Plead-
.. ih.- i: l .. I'oni'.'aiiii on th''
lirrn attorney. IIAUItV STKIN
I'.BItd. y;i Animr Godfrey Road, Ill-
Beach. Horl.la and rile the orla-
ii Answer plia^lm- In th*. rt-
nt the Clerk of the circuit Court
I r before the 38th day ,.f F'chruarv.
';' If you fall t" do nii linlm-m. nt
default "'It be taken niralnst yojj
r th. relief il.imiiinl.il in the Bill
' Vymplalnt.
Thin ii.'H.'i' shall be published one
. ich week for '"in' I'.'iis. ,-ntiv.i week*
THK JEWISH PI,oKllIAN. com-
-'" ine the '.'Mb il\ ..f .tan l!i.
SK ANH ORDERED at Miami
'"da. flib- 2Sth day of Jan. A.D
Fl B. I.KATIIKI1MAN, Clerk.
1 '.n ult Coprt. I lad.- i '1.VIIU'. F'lorida
is. a)) Ilv 1. SNEEDBN
Men-it v rierk
II IRRT STEINBERG
* ". Anhur Godfrey Road
Mi. mi Reach. Pis.
I/S8 C.'4-ll-l"
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IS THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
<"TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADF COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
Ne. 6SC *3
I.AZ.VRO GIJAS PINO
I'lalntiff.
AI>1|M4 MARGARITA MARTINI'./..
i tofendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T .. AUil.lA MARGARITA
MARTINEZ
:<> West 136th Street
Vput tin.nt J3
New York. Mew York
iouAI.OI>IA MARUAKITA MAR.
1 \yy. are hereby notified that a
complaint for Divorce Iihv lH-n
il uffalnHi you. and yuti are r#-
invd to s. r\.- a ''"!v .'f your A".
it i'li adina to the Hill of Com-
' -ii Ihi vi.niiilffs Attorney,
'M \\ .;i,| iisTKIN \- pAC
I Mill Weal KTaa-li'i Street. III.
I and file ih. oria-
Answer or I'leaOlna In th.. of.
f ih' Clerl of ii'.- i'li, .in i -. iri
lh< 2Mh da\ i.f FVbruary,
' ........l>, llld : 'Hi
_ ilefauli ||| | ,.,, ,, ,;. ..,, V(MI
i di ..... di 'l n I ho Bill of
notlci -h ill be nul.l -Ii. .1 mi. '
'l.f' I nonaociitlve wei ,.-
I HK IKWIM1I I MHHIHAN
' 'Nt, VNI. UlUlKHKi) ., Mi.,.,.!
la) in li
. l: H UKATIIKRMAN. i rk,
II ':^ \l I.V.M \N
,i i.m ''' rk
I PAt'ZIKM
Wl i
-N. i.i 11 i Kloi .
4 i :' : -11 is
'N|NTHAEN,-:0^JY EDGE'S COURT
e, o lOR OADE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA. |N PROBATE
I, Pi- ,- NO' 675-A
" '< i Hta.....r
No'tVce TO CREDITORS
il,,,, ,'.,'"'l""i'- and All I'.r-.mi
ij| Kwate' '' ""'""''- A^.nns,
}"'>u are hereb) niHiMed and re-
. I '" l-ivs.-n, anj vlniiii, .,,,.1 da.
.... '' .v"" '""> have BKalnal
Mai., of SAMI'Kl. s\ Ij'.i-i -::
;;''.' "'."f fad. Cotinty, Hun-
mi i' *';""> Juibjfeti of Uadi
ri""d ,. nrovlded in Section 73S.I6
>|'- -mm "I'"', '" """ ""l.'s i,
" '' \ ourthouae in Oeda foun-
"nth- r Si,h,r 'ix calendai
I .r,i,. !' "'; """ '"" "rl
|;.!;;;;," hereof, or the .-am- will
A'1!:," M'ami. Morlila. ,l,is lOtl
"' inuai i \ t.....ii
PANNIK SAI.ZBBRO
x Vdmlnlatratrlx c.T \
in.bil, .,,, f ,hl!) pe
f Mn^VjUS^^tralrte, C.T.A.
I1'1"" Beach, Florida
1/M I l-ll-ll
IT
III,-
!
rmyetiu
LEGAL NOTICE
BY HENRY LEONARD
"As future preachers you must learn to use
simple words, so as not to obfuscate your
congregation with the multifarious,
esoteric terminology indigenous to so
much of oral communication!"
Ceer. IMS. Daywiu Production!
________I #
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA iN PROBATE
No. 66447-B
IN RK: F.-i.ii. of
SAM PRANK UKW
I ... a.-..I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND final d.scharge
.Niitii'k i- hereby Riven thai wd
have filed "in Final Report and Pi -
thi.iii fin Distribution and Final I -
charge aa Co-AdmlnHttrotori-' of tlm
i-tai. i.f SAM PRANK UKW, d.-
ii asi'd: and thai on the -1st day nl
Peb., 1906, will npplj to the Honor-
able County JUdireH i.f Dade County,
Florida, for a4n.M1v.1l of -aid Final
Report and for distribution and final
diacharfte as Cn-AdinlulMtratorM of the
estate of the abovo'iuuned decedent.
This 17th day nf January. 1988.
MACIiV UKW
I RVI NCI UKW
SMITH ,v- .\l.\.\li|.i:it
Samuel s. Smith, ..f cnunael
(07 Lincoln Road, M.H.. F la
1 L'l --'S '-' l-ll
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS^
+Jenist> FkridUrn
eollcits your legal notlciefa.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
Dial FR 3-4M5
lor messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 88C 1125
r.t'TH .1 r.i:.\i"/i:it
Plaintiff
r.K.viami.n s I1KNCZER
1 >> I-11.1.1 in
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I'. 1 IIK.NJAMIN s KKNCZKR
1 i-i',.-.\,'. Hotel
L'll \V. Main Street
Buyahore, l/nm Island
Sew V..rk
vor ark iif:ui;hv notified
that a Complaint for Divorce bat*
been filed aKainsi you, ami irou are
required to aerva a copy of your An-
swer thereto on Plaintiff's attorney,
CARL KliUIN I.IITON. 1*499 N.B.
lmh Avenue, North Miami Beach
F'lorida. .nil file thi- "iltrinal there-
of in the office of the clerk of the
Circuit I'ouit on or before the llib
daj "i March. 1966. otherwlae, the
1'..111111.11111 will be taken as con-
faesed by you
Hated at Miami, Florida, this 1st
dav of February, 1968.
F:. II. I.KATHKHMAN
Clerk of the cirr.uit Court
Hy: C. P. COCFXAN1)
Iieouty Clerk
CAR!. F-.DV.IN UPTON
Attorney for Plaintiff
S'4-ll-18-
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN r.WANCERY
No. 66C 1092
.1 A \IKS RRRKN
Plaintiff.
BBTTT HRERX,
1 defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
n HETTY ItllEEN
Ml Uvlnawton SI reel
SatiKi-rtles, New York
Yoi' ARK HKRF:RY notified that
a Complaint fur Hlvori'i has imn
fii. d asslnal you. and you nre here-
t-\ reQulred lo sirvi .. rop> of your
answer to the Comidaiiii on the
riaintitf's attorney. UOSTEII 1: ;-
I'KS. Whose address Is 999 N.W. Iltli
Street Miami. Florida, and file the
oiiainal of the Answer In the of.
fiee of the Clerk "1 Hi.- i:ie\entb .lll-
.li.iaJ Circuit In .....1 for 1 Hide Coun-
ty, Florida, on or before the sih da)
of March. 1966, in default of Which
the Complaint will be taken as con-
fesses bv you.
lATKb this 31st dav of January.
lli.
Bi R. UBATitERUAN
Clork of Iht Circuit Court
Hy K. M LYMAN
Depot] Cli rk
2/4-1I-1S-2.'.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 89574-B
IN RE: Eetate of
ISRAEL B. tlOIJ>MAN
In .'...s. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
inir ci.iiin.- ..1' Detnanda Asalnat fclald
Fast ate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired in lu-i s.ni any claims and de-
mands which \Mi may haw- aitalnsl
the .slat, of ISRAEL E. (H)LKM AN
deceased late nf Liadc County, Florida,
to tie- County Jnil^i s uf Dade County,
and file the same hi duplicate and as
provided in Section "31.18, Plorids
siai n.-s. in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade C......ly. Flori-
da, within six calendar m the time "f the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 111I1
day nt Januars. A.I < 1
HANANIAII HAKAItl
I.IOi .1. lidl.UMAN
A.- Executors
First publication of this noti.....11
the L'lst day of January, i"i
IIAItul.n J COHEN
Attorney for the Executors
JTi'.l i'oi-iI Way. Miami. Fin, MI43
1 L'l -J* 1 I-' I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69605-C
IN RE; Instate ol
aistiii 1: 1. vnf:
I iee. need.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* 11,.I All Persons 11 -
ina Clalma or Demands AKainsi Fiid
Estate:
S'nii .11. iii Ii) ma Ified nd
iiulred t. present .. 11 >* claims and
nuiiiils which you may have tiKaii -r
the .-I."" nf ARTHPR LANK
1 i-asi d late "f 1'ail,- County, F'lor
to the Count) ,lud|{l-s of I'ad. CoUl
anil file the same In duidical......I s
provided in Section 73*. 16, rj-i v
' siatutes, iii their office* In thi Coun-
ty Courthouse in I 'ade County, i-'1
Ida, uiihin -i\ calendar months ft n
the time nf the flral publlitatlon hi
nf. or the same w 1;i be barred.
I..1I.1I .it Miami. F'loliila, this n
daj "i 'lanuary. A.D, 1969.
MANI'llKI' LAKK
As Km-i Ulor
First inilillenllon "f this 11 n
the -Mh dav of Jan.. 1966
HENRY NORTON
At tor Ml N for Cxeeiilnr
I Ii". I:I. .. v ne IPjildlmi
Mil...... Plorbla
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY
Ne. SCC-SM
I'All. KMBSKAL,
Plaintiff.
VS
I.AURETTE K ZMKslCAI.
DefendanL
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LAFRETTR K. 7..M F'-SK-V L-
e o John I.. Perrler
Ml Routheast Avenue
Oak Park, lllin.'i-
You are iif:rkhy notif'ii:d
That a Complaint fiT Divorce has
been filed asalluM you and you are
required to eerve a oopy <>f vmir An-
swer or I'leadiiiK to the Comnlalnt
mi the Plaintirr's aUornnys, TAI.I-
ANOF'K WAI.LF:R. 4:'" Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach. F*lo> i the oriKinal Answ.-r or l*lnadim; In
tile Ofil.....f the Clarll of the circuit
Cmirl ,,11 or liefur.- the 2Mb dav of
Februarv. IMI If ens f" >- -<
ludsemenl by default will be taken
nualnsi \nii f..r the relh r demanded
in the Complaint for Divorce
IK>E and DRDKItED at Miami
I'ln'. County, Florida, thi- Kth day
of Januan 1966
K It LKATHERMAN
Clei k '.f the Clrcull 1 "ourt
I lade 1 '01111' \. I'loi n'.i
IH) '. 1. ai r\ axi >ER
1 '.i.,ii\ Clerk
I ||.)S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69687-B
in BI'Ti i:-i |ti
M\X I'AI'L
,-. 1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'o Ail I'mllum ra. ns Hav-
im< Claims or Damaads AinUnsl Sa il
,-,
Vmi iri hereby 1* >Ufled and .....
I in present an} elalma and -le-
n.it.l- uhieii vmi ma) have asalnst
th. atate ol MA X 1 '
late ol I 'ol.- County, Florida, to the
Count) Judges of liad.- Count) ami
Hie the saim I is
"n.vi'i. 1 in Hoction 733.16, Florida
si.in.i, ., in their offices in the Coun-
' !' h ,1 : 11 I >.i I .t.ii 1 1
Ida. within -i\ calendar months from
the time of the fir-o iiiibli.iiti.ui here-
of. "' ih. aame will b<- baired.
I'.ue.l .11 Miami, l-'lori a, 1 his 2nd
dav of l-i-linvri A.D I94M.
'I'll.I IE IMI.
\i ir.V". illrlx
Plral publ cation of this not Ice 1 >n
th. 11 th 'in' of February, i!";'i
\i v.- mi:i:mf:ii.
Attorney foe Executrix
II..... s \\ Third Avenue, Miami. Pla.
NOTICE UNDFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBRY GIVEN that
the un leralsm d, cloalrina to
In business under the fictitious name
of THK PICA CO \s"ITH at .:'-. Mil.in
<;iifr."- itoii't Miami Roach. Ft i-
t'.n's to r "I-'. so.1 n-".. w'fh 'in-
Clerk of the Court "f I hide County.
Florida
8EACOA8T TOWKRS
"" NORTH
HARRY STEINBERG
Attorney for Applli ant
i 11-18-28 I,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69632-A
IN IUC: K-",.,le <.i
MINNtB SCHOENHAl'M
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah creditors and All Persona Hav-
u.ir Clainui or I'l.-mands Atcainst Said
Eststs:
You are her quired to present any claim- and de-
mands which you mav have ajcaJnst
the estate of MlNNIK SCHoi.NHAUM
d.seasod late of Dado County, F'lori-
da. to the County JudSeo of Hade
County, and file the same in duplicate
and as Tn'ovldcd in Section 73S.16,
F'lorida Statutes. In tin ir offices 111
the County Courthouse In Made
County, F'lorida, within six calendar
monttv. from the lime "t the first
publication heraof. or the same will
be barred.
Mated at Miami. Florida, thii
day "i January, a.m. 1966,
IMiltiTHY 1: LOCKHART
|-K \.\K \. sin nt 1:
As Executora
Flral :.'iMio.il i"n of this noii
the ih day of Pohruary, 1966.
/,l!\li:i.. KAl'I'MAN \- KEMEL
Attorney f->r I'.\... utors
ISO UllCOllI Road, .Miami Ileacll, l'l.1
3 1-11 -I S-2.".
Mtb
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKHY GIVEN that
ih.. underalftned, deslrlnK "to enaafce
in business under the fictitious name
I SKY PLASTICS ,v F*AI1RICS in-
tend to reslater aald name i t th-
Clerk of ih. Circuit Court of Dade
1 'nun: \. Florida
SIMON ATI'.AN
SARAH A IRAN
MYRON il HERMAN
Attorney f"i sl<\ Plastics ,v I'.i.i.-
'.iiiiii Itiacayne Blvd., Miami. I'la
1 :'!-;>. '.' 4-11
1 .'- -' 1-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N' (TICK IS in;i:i:i:v GIVEN
the 11111lersim1.il. desiring lo end
In business undi r thi fli lltlo
of 1 I. ELECTRIC 1 UKI'IT 11
l'i IR.VTH >N al I vi s.W. Mh St..
ami, F*la -'inml- t.. resia r
name with th^ clerk of the Cil
o 1:1 ,,1 1 lade Co ml) I lot Ida,
ISIMHOVV MPRSCL1, Owner
JACK KlNtl, Alls
" I. ELECTRIC CREDIT CoRP
11 .'ill S.W. lal Si
1/11 i* !

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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIEREHY GIVEN that
lersla'" if. business ii'"' thi fictitious names
01 REX1.KIGII APARTMENTS, ss|
r.1-1 i:.i 11.,! li-, 1 >i i\.-. Ilay Ii n Isir
. 1 >ade 1 "iin' l'i. 1-1.1.1 i;a ST
iHKSTCK APARTMENTS Ion 1-1I1
Sueel 1 I'.. 11... Imr Drive,
and 97TS-9H i:...-; Ha Hi.....1 1 irli
It I lal b Inland) I lade < 'mum .
I ill 1 HIHISCCS APARTMENTS
\ 3lsl Aveiiui North M..
Hi n li, Florida; TOWN \NI' COUN-
TRY VPARTMENTS, HUM. 10
10331, and IOil7o .;. Hr\ Harbia
1 la 11 in. I-..in Da 'i
Count \ Florid II \ M I'li '\ nil'KT
APARTMENTS. IHihi South tJisdcH
llrlvi N"i 1 h Mi. 11. I la a. li. Florida,
Intend t" reRlaier said namef with
the Clerk of ih. Ch,-nil Court of
lu.i. County, I'li.riil.i
FRANK M. KETKERMAN
HED1VEY I, snl.Alt
FRANK II. I- 1.1.M.MAX
,|| iSi:i'll M. F'lll.MM N
HYMAN S til. \ss
IIICII AIM 1 AND N KI.Si i\
All..; ll.-\ s for APUlll allls
806 1.11.....In Road
Miami llt-ach, Florida
2 1-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
noticf: IS hkreby GIVEN thai
the undersigned, di ensase
.n busln*ss under the fictitious name
of li VKN MOTF:i. .'i 6.10 N I' !i ith
sire. 1. Mi.imi. Florida Intends to reg-
ister saJil na n with 1 he ''''. 1 '.
1 'oil.l uf I lad.' 1 'mint \ I'loi -
iii.1.
Ri inan in\tsstm>:nt
1 1 'i:i'i 11: Alii in
: ii.i i.m \ \. 1;. >l.l iSTlCl.N .^
1 vckif:r
Aitoi in \ s for Id m- trnnl
2101 \V. -t l'l 1Kb 1 Street
Miami. I'loi Ida .
.' .4-11-18-25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. MC-471
KARL LBK YOUNG.
Plaintiff,
-va-
CAROLiTN YOI/NG.
1 lefendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Tt): CAIUILYN YOl.NG
29 Star Street
Puwlucket, Rhode Island
TOU ARK HEREBY notiftbd.
CAROLYN YOl'NG. that a Complaint
for Mivorce haa !? n filed .mains! you.
and you are hereby rciuest.sj to erve
a copy of your Answer on Plain tiff's
attorney, MONTAGUE ROSENBERG,
and file the orhdnal Answer In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
on or before the 23 day of February.
1966, or otherwise Decree Pro Con-
fesso will be entered acainst you.
Dated thi- llth dav of January. I9M.
(seal) E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the circuit Court
By K. M. IA MAN
M.'iuiM Clerk
MONTAGUE ROKENHEIIO
Attorney i'"i Plaintiff
L'7.', Northalde Plass
.Miami, Florida S3147
2S1
' r. -' 4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 69660-B
IN III-: Ratal
111:1.i.f: -ch ii.'i"/. man
I '" -..!
NOTICE TO CREDTORS
To Ml 'n ill tors and All l*i rani t Hut
Ina Claims <. I 101 ads \.
i:-i.,!i
You III hel'i 11) not Iflpil ill
qulri -I 1 an) im anil de
mantis with h on nwy i.
ii.....si .! 01 HKI.I l'l SCHPI TSDil \ v
I 1 "ll!l|\ l''lo| i-
lilu. t.ii.. ludKcs ol I Nidi
1 'o.ii.n and 1 l" 1 li same In
... >! .1 In
, F'luliil Statutes In hi 1 ol
ir, 1 In- Couill Con it h.
I Mule ..in' l-'l' 1.1.1 with v i.i I
I'tnliir mouths 11..'' 1' 1......f the
flral p ibllca 1 Ion herei tt tin ^.l ine
will !,. barn il
I iu.li .1 at Miami. K'. 1 Ida. Ill
li.....I I. bruai 1 l1 ''
' X M \RTIN N'HI'LM W
B\\ s.\ Ml 1:1. \vi:in BAl'M
Al Exi 1 .1
First I'lllill.-all. 11 ol :hl- 11.......11
the tin da) of FVIiruar). II.....
MAIN IN I WIENER
Mi.....1 t"! Estate of Belle
Si hultaman
91.1 An.-1. v BuUdlna, U an I, 1 n
3 4-11 :..
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69211-A
IN RE Estate ol
MAX GREENE.
I'.-. eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons 11 .*-
itii.' Claim*, or D mauds Asslnrt s I
Estate:
You are hereby notified md :-
!' 'i to present any clalma and de-
mands which you mav have afaln t
the estate of MAX ORfcrSNE deoeascd
lato of 1 >,ii. County, Florida, to the
County Jttdffea of I'a.l.' iVuhty, end
file thu same in duplicate and aa oro-
vldi-d In Scetion 131.1, l'loi-lda Stat-
utes, in fhir offices in rhe c.-u ty
Courthouse in Made County, Florida,
within six calendar nkonlhs from t!te
time of tho first pubHostlon hereof.
I or the same w ill be barred.
l>afrd at Miami. F'lorida. this 1. .
day of January. AM. 1966.
ROSEBAFTRE
A* Fixcoutrix
F rat publication "f this notice >n
th. :'ist day "f Januarj', 19CU.
. KtiMMl'.l, \- ROGKRS
I Attorneys for F'.xcutrix
I 11'" Lincoln Road,
Mia..a Beach. Fla. 33139
1 :'l -28 1
' IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69330 C
IN' RE: F.-tat. of
SAMUEL II HOST
1 1 as.-d.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
I Vi 1 A l.l. PERSONS INTHRHSTE1 ^
'I'lli': ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT
>'"'! fled I lial
written iiisi imei rtina I.....
the la-t u menl said '
r. 1 hiia liei IihI In prob
I ..a' \ heri i" d
li.! a 'Hi 11 ^ call nd 1 moi
.Liu. "i ihe rirsi iiubllciti
of this 11.a I. .' in said '1 -
-li "i .auis. ii' an) you in.
the lion of ilmil
"1 1 pi mid not al
i.r. IIGK 1 ".. \i:k
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I' \S MitfKIKI.IV il.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
noticf: is hereby given that
th, iindersisned. daslrtna l" emtasi
in business undi r the flcl Itl 111 nun.
of NnRTHVIKW \ss. ki a i i'S al
1 la\ ll.iit. r 1 irli Ml ml
Reach 54, Florida intend to n
s.iid n une Ith ih" Clerk ol the 1 Mr
..in Conn of Mh.!. County. Florida
I'M \ \K \l I'.'li'K i- It \ N
HERVEY 1. si 'I. \l.
I'K \.\K ; FIOI.MMAN
.11 iS! I'll M I'CI.MM AN
II VM \ \ s GLASS
RICH VRD ASM \KI.SI N
At lorn, \ s for Applicani -
fHVi I.in,..In Ui nl,
Miami Beuch, Florida
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All .....I -
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f 11-1 titibiii anon if ihi* not.
ihe _'!-i ,i.,v ill 1964
I 1 21-3S /4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAM'S LAW
' rii'i: is Fusncpv HivFN ih it
iii.l.'i.-.iicii.'.!, acsliioa i" I'lm.i--
11 it" -s under rhv flrrftiotia name
I.INJCA \UUAAIAH. ,,i 2600 St\
\\ 1- Mi.in.l ,;il..i| :,- lo reRist r
11.mo mil Ii ih. 1". .|< of the 1 'i -
1 "ourt of Delhi 1 'tnmty. l-'l. 11
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ih.. undi 1 nhrm 1. desS nc lo nsaai
"i buslm n. Hi Ions iiiim.
ni -l'i i:\iiii''i'-.i{.its specs
NE 2nd Street, Miami, Florida Intends
resist! r said iianw \\ 111 the Cli r .
"f th.. Clrcull Court, of Dade Co ml
Florida
HERM \\ COHEN
v A id i.\ m KANNEH
Attorney f..r Applbt nl
Stilti '.' M r Rtreel
Miami, i-'i"! ids
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