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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( 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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
s 39 Number 7
Miami, Florida, Friday, February 18, 1966
Three Sections F.':ce 20*
CORE Meets
To Discuss
Hate Attack
NEW YORK (JTA) The
Congress of Racial Equality called
a meeting this week of its nation
al advisory committee to discuss
the controversy over Negro-Jew-
ish relations which stemmed from
an anti-Semitic remark from one
of its Mount Vernon officials who
resigned afterwards.
James Farmer, CORE national
director, said the meeting would
take up "the entire question of
Mrs. Golda Meir, speaking as Foreiqn Min- State of Israel Bond inaugural conference
ister of the State of Israel before the United Na- which opens here Friday and has set a new Nt'K'o Jewish relations" in the
tions. Just resigned from this post, Mrs. Meir goal for the sale of S105 000 000 in bonds du wake of a PuWic statement by
will be honored at a tribute Sunday nicrht in rina the vent nh Sunday night in ring the year ahead.
the Fontainebleau Hotel, culminating the 1966
2,000
Golda
DENIED PLATFORM
at Bond Inaugural;
at Banquet Sunday
Kockwell
I s Arrested
In Gotham
\i:v> York (JTA, Geortce
Rockwell, head Of the American
Nazi Party, was arrested this week
hortly before he was to address a
Columbia University student audi-
He u.i- seized on the street on
"in warrant charging him with
erly conduct. He was brought
Negro judge, who ordered
10 bond posted for an appear-
the next morning. Rockwell
1 mi schedule with a Jew-
attornej Martin Berger, be-
ZIONISTS SIATE BREAKFAST PAGE 7-A
PROFILE OF A IEADER PAGE 8-A
Tribute to Golda Meir, pioneer conference, announced that a new
leader and builder of modern Is- series of honor categories has
rael, will provide the setting for been set up to highlight the 18th
the launching of the 1966" camp anniversary of Israel's independ-
aign to sell S105 million in Israel eiice. which will be known as the
Bonds, scheduled for the Fontaine- "Year of Chai" the Hebrew
bleau Hotel on Sunday evening,
The three-day international in-
augural conference of Israel Bonds
will be attended by more than 2.-
004) delegates from the I'nited
States and Canada, opening with
an all Israeli fashion show Friday.
The show will initiate the 1966
campaign actvities of the National
Women's Division.
It will close with the dinner in
honor of Mrs. Meir, which will
have as special guest speakers
George Meany, president of
AFL-CIO, and Ambassador
James Roosevelt, United States
Representative on the Economic
and Social Council of the United
Nations.
Samuel Rothberg, national
one mistake when he didn't kill
enough of you." Mr. Brown, a Ne-
gro and CORE educational direct-
or Mount Vernon until his res
ignation a few days later made
the remark at a meeting of the
Mount Vernon Board of Educa-
tion. The Board is engaged in a
heated struggle over New York
state orders to integrate its schools
Mr. Farmer said he convened
the advisory committee after re-
ceiving a telegram from David
Livingston, a Jewish labor lead-
er who is one of the 39 commit-
tee members. Mr. Livingston
called Mr. Brown's statement
"abominable" and added there
could be "no compromise with
ovens for Jews. Whoever is anti-
Semitic is *rt enemy of the Ne-
gro people. The offending mem-
ber can not absolve his guilt by
resigning."
Mr. Farmer issued a report on
Continued on Page 5-A
Human Kolniker rte campaign chairman, who is serv-
' j the Nazi as "a Jew
Bei ger arranged for post-
ol the hearing until
10 and Rockwell departed
his "headquarters" in Arling
When police arrested Rock-
i crowd of more than 1,500
persons was lined up for two
b ^cks in front of the Columbia
University auditorium, where
Nazi had been scheduled to
folk, He had been invitee1 by
'""anitas, a students group,
citation was approved by
university officials under an es-
tablished policy of allowing any
recognised student group to in-
*''e any speaker
'he warrant was a citizen's
aim filed by Lester Fahn,
the Jewish War Veterans, after
"Ckwell made a raucous appear
Continued on Page ISA
nig as chairman .if the inaugural
winds lor 18 and for life.''
In observance of this special an-
niversary, purchasers of Israel
Bonds amounting to $18,000 or
more will be known as Chai
Trustees; subscribers of S5.400.
three limes Chai. will be design-
ated as Chai Builders: and those
who buy SI.800 or more will be
known as thai Guardians, if they
are men. and Chai Sponsors, if
they are women
Last Saturday evening. the
Board <>i Governors of the Israel
Bond Organization met to draw
up plans for the 1966 campaign DETROIT (JTA) The condi-
and officially adopted a quota of tiori of Rabbi Morris Adler. who
$105,000,000 for the year. Louis _. .. ,_, ..
., ; ., was shot dun u Sabbath services
II Boyar, chairman ol the board, *
who presided, pointed out that this h's Shaare Zedek Temple in su-
is the largest annual objective in purban Southfield by a demented
honor student whom he had been
Continued on Page 3-A counseling, remained "very cnti-
RABBI MORRIS ADtER
gave counseling
> i
STILL CRITICAL
DETROIT (JTA) -Rab
bi Morn-, Adler showed
slight improvement Tuesday
after his latest operation.
but attending physicians
said the prognosis is still
"extremely guarded."
The latest bulletin said
that "constant attendance
by a team of anesthesiolog-
ists seeks maintenance of
optimum vital functions."
Rabbi Adler Shot By
Congregant at Services
AT BLOOM'S RESTAURANT IN LONDON
Meg Wants Kosher Chef
LONDON (JTA) An
Armenian of Cypriot birth
and British nationality who
is C h e f at Bloom's Koshei
Restaurant in London's Easl
End grappled this week with
the problem of accepting an
in\ Ration f r o m Princess
Margaret to be her chel at
Kensington Palace
Bambois Pais said he did
not know what to do "be-
cause Mr. and Mrs Bloom
have been so good lo me
ami working here is almost
like being one of the family."
But, he added, "they don't
want to -top my career' Sid-
nej Bloom, owner of the res
taurant, refused t" saj any-
thing except that the royal
invitation was "an honor for
him and an honor for us."
The Che f added that he
wool d decide in about a
month after Princess Mar-

garet and her hushaml. the
Earl of Snowdon, returned
from a visit to Hong Kong
The royal couple became ac
quainted with the kosher
cooking expert w hen the}
a t t e n d e d a pn\ ate party
which the chel catered On a
number of other similar oc-
casions, thej told him how
much they enjoyed his culi-
nary arts, which extend well
beyond kosher cooking.
cal' and "extremely grave" early
this week
Surgeons and other doctors a!
Sinai Hospital here performed
surgery on his brain in an effort
to relieve the pressure caused by
a bullet that had entered the back
of his head as the youth. Richard
U'ishnet/k> shot the spirit lal
leader in front ol a packed
gregation ol 1.500 worshipers.
Messages of prayer and hope
for Rabbi Adler's recovery were
issued in the lajt twr> day by
the Governor of Michigan, the
Mayor of Detroit, labor and com-
munal leaders, and many
churchmen, Jewiih and Christ-
ian, including Archbishop John
F. Dearden, Roman Catholic
prelate of Detroit. Telephone
calls and cables came from
many American cities, from
Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, Lon-
don, Paris and Tokyo. Rabbi Ad-
ler had served as the first Jew-
ish chaplain in the U.S. Army
in Japan after the defeat of
Japan in World War II.
Various functions were
Continued on Page 11-A


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Friday. February 18. l%s
700 Expected Will Attend Brotherhood
Award Dinner Here in Honor of Trio
StKBIN flTCHtS IN .
*ll AMD SffOTNIRNOOO HAIURIS .
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tin- observance sponsored an
\ record attendance ol 7iH> ih-i oi
,m is expected la honor United mmii> i<> tin- NCOJ
Stales Sen George \ Smathers,
i i.ink .i Rooncy, John \ Serbln
mil ii Pheodorr it Dthaon al
lhe i Mh annual Brotherhood Din
net nl the National Conference ol
in'i>ii;iiis and Jewa <>n M.nui.i.
al ilw Kontatnebleau Hotel
ii liitwon firsl Negro ever lo
k itcd l>> the NvYJ here, Mill
. lw .i special citation from the
da Region (oi unusual actue
lomenta in huniau relations Kitr
i".". Sen ii.in % K r.nn received
the tu-Nt such award last year
Hie ittnner here will offti 1)
Max Oroviti is chairman of
th* Awaidi (ommitlm, and
Harry Hood Batsett, president of
First National Bank of Miami,
is dinnai chairman. Principal
spakr will be Or. Henry King
Stanford, president of the Uni-
versity of Miami, and longtime
NCCJ member.
The KY\ i uthor M Pierce, ex
ccutive secretary ol Ihe Greater
Miami Council of Churches, mil
otter tlio im ocatiou
Rabbi Leon Kronish, ,>i temple
. National Rrotherhood Week p,..,,, sholom xwll give the bene-
.-- ii*.- i luted Slates I'rt si ^u
Johnson ;> national chairman
Dade Director
Attends Confab
vi Klowots. saletx ill
Dade ComMj Oonstnic
-. > VdeaMcement Pro
i.in attended the RfHi annual
i.i, Safety i
acksoni asl k
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'. and the Florida
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Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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Bishop LotenaB Carroll, i>t lh
>ltc Diocese ol Miami \\u net
,>; .i Silver Medallion :.>! Brothei
hand m 18H iii offer .; special
blessing for ibis year's >\nuwr
viu- (100-aplaUt black tie tune
lion is in ans ->:' sup
.; :h- Florida Region > ael
ps the >>-.;; Prank .' Mag-
. x the V CJ director
pcentlj ..
Max J Karl
Sen Smjthers who recently
annovneed his retirement from
Corvjiis a'Tt two terms in the
House J'S1 fhr*e m the Senate
w+i.ch will stretch OV*l a period
of .'.' ytan urirl be honored for
hi> role m the peaceful resettle-
men! el Cuban refugees
tre Casrro reajima j^.-
m the leg I
Saniin-
meet!
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HARRY HOffMAN
Hoffman Heads
Restaurant Group
Florida RMtMmil Association
held it.- tirst quarterly lsaSti board
mooting in Jacksonville and elect-
ed llarrx I. liofimau. \ ice presi-
dent Of Pmk l-me I'.iieterias ol
unsMI, Inc. Hialeah. as state
president lor Is**
Holiniau succeeds Robert E.
ileiinuiv I'learuater Beach, who
was Isttift Slate president and is a
well knoun director aud restau-
rateur serving on important com
oittees al the National Restaurant
\ssvs latKu;
lloitnian has bsMU .i Florida resi-
lient 20 \ears .in,i it engaged in
management ot U cafeterias }\\<
firm aaw operaten five cocktail
lounges and three package stores
and is i its twelfth
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JWV Official
At Beth David
Super sol Official
Given Jail Term
TEL AVIV (JTA) Moshe
; Heinian. former chief accountant
for the Supersol Company, opera-
tors of a chain of supermarkets in
Israel, was sentenced by the Dis-
trict Court here to 18 months' im-
prisonment for his part in a multi-
million pound swindle. He was
convicted specifically of falsifying
the company's books and of con-
spiring to hurn the firm's books.
The count permitted mm to atnj
five under bail of IJl 120,000 (S40.-
0001 until Mar. 27.
Prior to sentencing him. the
court heard Meir da Shalit. direc-
tor-general of the Israel Tourist
Minirtrv wno testified as a char
acter witness OH Heinian's behalf.
Mr. dc Shalit said that Heiman
til of great service to Israel and
submitted to the court a letter to
this ettcct ream Abba Ktoau, now
Foreign Minister and for years
the Israeli Ambassador to Well-
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Workmen's Circle Branch 1053 if
Miami Beach meeting on Saturday
evening, Feb. 19, at Washington
Federal. 1133 Normany Dr. |r>j
gram chairman is Bernie Brust
Massin to Exhibit
In Two GaUeries
Simultaneous showings of th
work of Miami artist Eugene Mas
sin will open Feb. 20 at the J(,e
and F.mily l^>we Art Gallery :
the University "of Miami campu,
and the .lames David Gallery. 494 S. LeJeune Rd Coral Gables.
The Low Exhibition will be a
Massin Retrospective, while th.-
ianus David exhibit will be ol .,
wockn. entitled "Views of a ( itj
and inner Paintings."' Each will
remain on display at the res,*
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Friday. February 18. 1966
fJenisti ffrriaH/riin
Page 3-A
;*

Rabbi Poupko to Speak at Dinner Here %***
Mar. 1 for Yeshiva Torah Vodaath
Throe Sons"
was conducted at the Greater Mi-
ORT Federation during a regular
meeting on Monday evening ;it Mi-
ami Beach Federal. 755 Washing-
ami Men's Chapter of American ton Ave.
KABBI BERNARD POUPKO
Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and Me-
sivta. one of the largest rabbinical
colleges in the country, will hold
its annual dinner Tuesday eve-
ning, Mar. 1, at the Deauville
Hotel.
Rabbi Pinches Briskman. pro-
fessor of Talmud at the Yeshiva.
representing the college here, an-
nounced that Milton Kahn will be
general chairman of the annual
function.
Principal speaker will be Rab-
bi Dr. Leonard Bernard A. Poup-
ko, of Shaare Torah Congrega-
tion, Pittsburgh, Pa., author,
lecturer and nationally known
for his work in Jewish educa-
tion.
Rabbi Poupko was the first
American Russian speaking Rabbi
Roosevelt
Rofhberg
Meany
2,000 at Bonds
Weekend Opener
to visit the USSR in April, 1964.
His articles on Soviet Jewry have
been published extensively in Yid-
dish, Hebrew, English and other
languages in the United States.
Europe. Israel. South Africa, Aus-
tralia. New Zealand and Latin
America. He is also visiting lec-
turer at the University of Pitts-
burgh in Jewish philosophy, rab-
binics and Jewish mysticism.
Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and
Mesivta numbers more than 2.000
students coming from all parts of
the world. The school maintains
an elementary, high school depart-
ment and rabbinic seminary in
Brooklyn. N.Y.
The college also maintains a
school oi higher learning in Mon-
sey, N. Y.. and a summer camp in
Highmount, N. Y.
The school recently launched
a four-million dollar campaign
to transfer its quarters to the
Flatbush section of Brooklyn,
N. Y.
Assisting Milton Kahn will be
Oscar I! Schapiro. Sam Reinhanl.
Leonard Rosen, associate chair-
men; Jacob C. Cohen, Max Cohen,
Herman Risenfoerg, Jacob Good- -
man. New York, Joe MargoUes, **
Louis Merwitzer, Leo Robinson.
Hairy Rosen. Joseph Wolinsky.
honorary chairmen: Adolph Blank.
Jack Ciment, Louis Ciment, Louis
Dublin. Bernard A. Frank, Hon.
Hyman Galbut, Harry Genet. Isi-
dore Goldberg. Henry Groudan,
Moses 11. Grundwerg, Charles
Kalb, Sam Kalb. Rev. Jacob D.
Katz, Hyman Kolko. Rev. Joseph
Krantz, Dr. Irwin H. Makovsky,
William o. Mechanic, Emil Mos- -
covitz, Rabbi A. J. Safra. Jacob
Siegel, Isidore Spoiler. Philip
Weiss, co-chairmen.
Continued from Page 1-A
, 15-year history oi the Israel
nd Drive.
In a report on the results of last
year's campaign. Dr. Joseph J
Schwartz, vice president of the Is-
ael Bond Organization, an
lunced that a record total of S91,
H*M) in Israel Bonds was -old
iring 1965.
Speaken at the Board of Gov-
ernors meeting, in addition lo
..r. Rothberg and Dr. Sch
win/, included Meir Sherman.
!-i economic minister of Israel
the United States, who now
heads the Pai < >i 1 Co., Israel's 'arg-
St oil company, and is a member
if the Board of Directors of the
I; I.eumi Le-Israel; and Mrs.
'.hi Peerce, chairman of the Na-
'lonal Women's Division.
In his address to the Board o'
Governors, Sherman pointed out
that to achieve economic inde-
pendence Israel needs more in-
Race Scheduled
vestments through greater capi-
tal inflow to increase production
and increase earnings and that
for this reason "the campaign
for Israel Bonds constitutes a
vital factor in its economic
growth."
The board paid tribute to the
memory of the late Sophie Tucker,
who was a Trustee of the Israel
Bond drive since its inception. Dur-
ing her visit to Miami Beach last
year, she sponsored .i dinner which
inaugurated the 1965 enrollment
Ol Israel Bond Trustees, consisting
of purchasers of SI0.000 or mure
m Israel Bonds in any one year.
Israel Bond leaders who will
participate in the inaugural con-
ference, in addition to Rothberg
and Boyar, include Abraham Fein-
berg, president. Dr. Schwartz, vice
president; Ira Guilden, national
chairman; Morris W. Berinstcin,
national chairman for Trustees;
Julian B. Venezky, national chair-
man tor Regions; and Col. Jacob
M. Arvey. honorary chairman of
the Chicago Israel Bond drive.
In Sebrinq
The top sports cars in the world
compete Mar. 26 in Scbring in a
32-hour endurance race. A crowd
of over 50.000 is expected for one
f the most important sports car
res of the year.
Stung by last year's defeat, the
Ferrari factory team of Italy is
preparing new 1966 prototypes to
be entered and driven by factory
rivers.
The Ford Motor Company will
be back to defend its 1965 titles
vith the new Ford GT prototype!
Carroll Shelba 's Cobras.
Pie automatic-driven Chevy-
wered Chaparrals, riding I
' 111 ( 1965 total in lorn s, will
irn with two new car--.
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FRED K SHOCHET EditoJ and ?_r:.;r.ei
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Friday. Februorv 13 1966
28 Sieve 5^26
Brotherhood Week And
America's Principles
National Brotherhood Week wil]
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-r: idenirbcc&oc with v^-r Stole al Israel waa >c
:r : rcr.rr.r :r_s the atade K its progress
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f- (edcyeen saboteurs rrom Egypt
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the week
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MINDUN
As THE oic track flatter
^puts it. they're pit sw\ run.
ning. It's ;-' 'ct Deri 1 ime,
Your neighbors and mine an
being honorcri by the carloai!
The plaque K-ason is here n
phies sn shun
their dark resting p.aces in
hugi houses. All an
sanitation needs to do is in-
, senbe the name. Every con-
ceivable legend has been n
ufactured in advance, together with suiuble Bentimenta attacneri \
a ill U missed, and some may even be cited twice in the same
week "for lont:. arduous, profound, unstinting, relentiess. humanitari-
an and \isioniary service" over a period of how many years? Simply
consult the proper file in the storage house listed under two iecado,
three decade.-, thai" which everyone tells you means "liiV or
even a le-s likely number like thirty eight, cr pernaps forty-two. Let
your fancy wander as it must It's all there, cros^-catalogued
Take an Israeli entrepreneur, who has devised some ktr.'t of cli
er gimmick for the sale of his products', be they toothbrushes 5r book-
razor blade- or lountainpens. He arrives in Miami, establishes he.i :
quarters in a substantial hotel, contacts our rabbis and the press (some-
times it may be the press first), and promptly waxes poetic He Is
former Isratli hero, who fought in the unc.erground and was
ded twelve times, preferrably in some batt: at Bab el v. adi
- what visitor to Israel, even if he spends mi -" i f his time pla\
unmy at one of the finer hotels in Tel Avii or Jeru-,
ir. rusty, overturned mi I licit \
the I ti< nd does i their si
,. Imit it it h<- didn't
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enter] the Government oi
Jewisl even thi
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IMMORTAUHD AT RfDUCfO RJff
HE THEN PROCEEDS I
An their with 1st
way liki 00 rsity or posa
se in r even in Mil esting thai I
LtaV.e 1 tin as ivell ey are ii ':' i
master list he has si 1 1 I et: and hi
1 .....in photos taken at thi ent ol 1 '
1 -, .... t far righi
. the cai' n suit th' occas
And to be immorta
the reduci I rat It's
quite the san t once cosl 150 11
ne ap| I I s entn preneur's et set if
ii ;, built-11 1 e There's no ne<
g k< rs thi xpense of facilil
al s so v ar hei 1
the backdrop t Zionist. Mi r B 1 1
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n ater implii a
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lunch. orUj their formal attire It is a
live boon to the men's fashion industry On the other hand .
h flourished in the days when boi
1 once, perhaps twici ., lifetime and srhen. 1
possibly the marriagi oi a son or dauj
the necrous odor of ohscurit} and I -
si me about these hooon
" them, pan the past 1 I .
almo-t impossible
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Selig, Popick to Receive Top Awards
Of Jewish Theological Seminary Here
V1HYAN LAUNCHtD StMINARY
PACt 6-4
Two prominent Miami business,
comm; r.al and philanthropic lead-
ers will receive ^he highest awards
bestowed by the Conservative
movement of Judaism, it was an-
nounced by Dr. Louis Finkelstein,
chancellor of the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary of America.
The Tien to be honored are Jack
S. Popick. of Miami Beach, and
Mendel] II. Setig, of Miami.
Pr*ntation to them of the
Semir^ry's Ni' jn*l Community
Service Award, a bronze plaque
for "cedication to the high prin-
ciples of Judaism and for exem-
plary leadership in his endea-
vors *o enrich the spiritual life
of hit community," will be made
at t- seventh annual convoca-
CORE Meets To
Study Hate Flare
Continued ; rom Page 1-A
enl said there was
in. i bigotry but
at M >' n had i i
provo i bj leged r marl
from w till m i> e r at the
Boar E m meeting, ad-
- 'ii :. S'eg ) woman speak
er 1 the black s-o-b to sil
down
i : i >i Jewish reac
lions Mi B iwn's statement
u;,- re- ; '.: in from the
i ni:: ivisoi nmittee of Will
Mash execi tu t director of the
American Jewish Congress. He
had been a merv.ber for five years.
Th< cal Chapters of the Amer-
ican Jtwish Committee, the Con-
gress and the Anti-Defamation
Lea of B nai B'rith issued a
joint statement in .Mount Vernon
at lack; Mr Brown's statement.
callini hem j "deviation from de-
cency even while conceding the
comn ity's ration on the
civil its i--
Iht Synagogue Council of
Americi callei >n leaders of all
majo >egro and civil right* or-
cam/.- ,ns to "meet with rabbis
and l< Jewish leaders to deal on
a natii al lew! with the implica-
tions arising from Mr. Brown's
"iitln.;-. The Synagogue Council
conden .ed the icious anti-Sem-
r i--?. ,i anti-white racism."
Opti-Mrs. Club
Raises Funds Here
Opti-Mrs. Club )l Miami Beach
held :-- annual fund-raising
dinnei lance )n Sunday at the
Diplomat Hotel. Show featured Al-'
an Kir j and Nancy Ames.
All proceeds go toward main-
tainint scholarships for emotion-
ally-disturbed children at the Mont-
anari iinica! School in Ilialeah.
Mi Murray Sonnet was chair
man and in charge of tickets was
Mrs. Ir.ing Kern Mrs. Sy Silver-
man h president >f the club.
~^ AUlHOUlZtO UlAUK
.- .- A Since 1955
rN!LH
HEARING AIDS
^ $75 to $325
"Aik me weoY one!"
STANLEY GOULD
1238 LINCOLN ROAD'" )
We Struct AH WHri II 1-7111 j
Times change
Tastes change
Why net charge too-
^ Tempo
Filter Cgarelles
with the taste that makes
the change wcthwhile!
tion dinner on Feb. 28 at the
Diplomat Hotel.
The dinner follows convocation
ceremonies at Miami Beach's
Temple Emanu-El. where the hon-
orary degree of Doctor of T.aws
will be conferred upon United
States Sen. Robert F. Kennedy.
The lormer Attorney General and
brother of the late President Ken-
nedy will be principal speaker at
the dinner.
Widely known in the business
community, Popick is president
and chairman of the board of
Mechanics Uniform Service, one
of the largest suppliers of indus-
trial uniforms in the South. He is
also president of Everglades Laun
dry. Ace Uniform Service, and
Dade Rentals and Diplomat Serv-
ice, among others
Popick came to the United
states from Rumania when he was
Iwo years old, was raised In Mew-
ark, V .1 and lived in New V >i k
for ten yi ars. In addition to In-
active business life, lie is involved
in more than 25 philanthropic en
Popick
Jelig
deavors. He is president of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
JJniversity for the Southeastern re-
gion, a life member of Brandeis
University, chairman of the Board
of Governors for the Greater
Miami Committee for the State of
Israel Bonds, and trustee of the
Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai
B'rith. Popick is vice president of
Temple Emanu-El in Miami
Beach, He is also an executive
committee member of the Jewish
Home for the Aged and a mem-
ber of the Governors Committee
ot Florida Aid to the Handicapped.
5e!ig is secretary of Berh
Oivid Congregation in Miami
and chairman of the Special
Gifts Committee of the Home
Furnishings Division of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal here.
$elig has been active in the lead-
ership ol many local, regional and
rational organizations working to
advance the welfare of the State
oi Israel. His son, Edward, a
Iihodes Scholar at Oxford, spent
one year at the Seminary before
attending Harvard Law School.
Bronze plaques will also be
awarded Max Kohl, of Milwaukee,
Moses Richter. of Charlotte; and
Sam Senter. of Belle Glade, at the
dinner on February 28.
Morton Towers
Men in Election
Morton Towers Men's S
Club held its installation lunchi i
for newly-elected officers lor I I
on Jan. 20 in the Fontaine!): I
Hotel.
Installed by Miami Mayor Ror
ert Kmg High were president,
Abraham Checkman; vice presi-
dents. Samuel M. Rubin, Alberc
Loewanthan; secretaries. Sigmund
Zinner, Samuel Talisman; treasur-
er. Walter Margolin; sergeant-at
arms, Allen Caming.
Master of ceremonies for tin
event was Malvin Englander.
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It's a fact
we tried harder in 1965
i
Last year we admitted that Dade Federal was only the
48th largest savings and loan association in the nation.
When there are more than 6,200 such associations
48th isn't too bad.
We also admitted that being in a top competitive position
nationally, statewise or locally, you must keep trying harder.
We did ...
Of the many fine local savings and loan associations,
Dade Federal was the No. 1 lender in first mortgage
financing in Dade County in 1965.
What do we do now**
What else but keep trying in 1966.
We have only one formula: If it's first mortgage
financing you need to buy, sell, build, refinance or
repair homes or commercial properties you'll find
our rates, costs, terms and service as good or better
than any you may find elsewhere.
Incidentally, if you're not in the market for first
mortgage financing at this time, how about an insured
savings account that earns liberal dividends of 4!4%*
a year for you, paid and compounded quarterly?
*Effcctive on savings accounts with minimum balances of St.000. All
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Friday, February 18, 1965
RECOLLECTION ON THE OCCASION OF AN ILLUSTRIOUS EIGHTIETH ANNIVERSARY
Minyan Launched Theological Seminary
In 1883. Rabbi Sabato Mora -
w Italian born scholar and edu-
cator, then rabbi of Mtkveh Is-
acl in PI set -i- the
i. .-. .i new Seminar) "the
ireaoi > l o ol histoi leal and
Judaism bj i -
-_ .i Jewish Institute of
....... b; educating, trail i
n>i inspiring teachers and ri
- nho would stand for the
..', and the Testimony as
:. cried yean ago" The
lewish Theoie^ica; Seminary A>
-,vi.i;umi was founded on Jtuu
r> :> 1888
Vesfry Room School
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Half-Way Mark at $823,219 This Week
*OSWO*TM MfMOff'Ai 4W4*0 MCf JI-i
-.-8 i ted Jewish Ap
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reaching S82S 219
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The presenl tl.S66.666
M Bf an aver-
eaa
.0::: \-- trial Mill
- 1 m -. aaons and re-
.- your history, both in the
and i" the future. In a
word. Judaism is absolutely in-
compatible with the abandon
meal of the Torah. For me. the
Tefiilin are my banner, the Sefsf
Torah our Magna Cart*, the syn-
. ..e our parliament "
At the same time. Dr Settee
tor declared the Seminary would
I ._-.. :s the revolution in hum-
[hi achieved in the 18th
and 19th centuries and would em-..
!' oy ail the tools of research and
criticism in its devotion to truth
Renowned Supporters
Th: program and spirit evoked
the support of Jacob Schiff, Loui*
Marshall Felix Warburg, Mayer
erger, Leonard Lewisohn.
David Genheim, With their
generous contributions. >-.. I
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asses nine of the
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leading Eun
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Vet fears for I J
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\ ... is spoke Yiddish, their chil-
dren English and Hebrew edu-
cation was given on a hit-and-
miss basis A desperate shorl
of trained teachers concerned
Jewish educators In June. 1809
Dr Schechier appointed Dr
Mordecai Kaplan to head a school
for religious teachers and the
Teachers Institute starti
nsh
Upon Dr Schechter's death in
1915 Dr Cyrus Adtor succeeded
him. serving as the guiding spirit
for the spectacular growth oi the
next quarter century, to be fol-
lowed by Dr. Louis Finkelstem,
chancellor ol the Seminary today.
Under his imaginative and
{etic leader-hip, the Semin-
ary moved forward to meet the
growing demands of American
Jewry, now the largest Jewish
community in the world In 1938.
the Seminary launched its Insti-
tute for Religious and Social
Studies; in 1944. the Eternal
Light piourain- viewed by mil-
lion of Americans of all faiths,
in 1947. the University of Ju-
daism on the West Toast, the
Jewish .Museum, founded in 1904
in 1947 moved to its own home
With the birth of Israel, new pro
grams were added the Amen-
Student (enter and the
Schocken Institute : Research.
-. i
Music and th Cantors Insti
'
_ ams m< I tn ii i net ds. The He r-
Institute I
nunity se<
the Mi Iton Re-
:-. (enter programs t
thods teaching -1
- all have becomt |
e Semina i am
Luminary Graduates
The first Seminary graduate,
in 1884. Dr Joseph H Hertz, be-
came chief rabbi of Great Bri-
tain ami author of the "Penta-
teuch Commentary." which is
umM in mo.-t Orthodox and Con-
servative synagogues today.
More than 800 Rabbinical School
0*. LOUIS flNKUSltm
graduates have followed The
ten teen-agers in the vestry of
Shearith Israel have grown t>
over 3.000 students euro
thi several schools from evei
part of the United States (
and Mexico, from South An
lea Europe and Israel
The iatn e moven i
for which the Seminary Is th
hub. has had a phenon
growth over the last decade
The convocation and dlnne
on Feb. 28. honoring Sen R
ert F. Kennedy and live bial
Community Service Award i
cipients. is part of a natwnwid
celebration of the Semi:..
four-score anniversary
Similar events have already
been held in New York. Boston.
Philadelphia and are aagatd
later for Chicago. Atlanta. St
Louis and other major
throughout tfu' nation.
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Friday. February 18.1966
*Je*istithridto*>
Page7-A
Zionists Slate Bond Breakfast Here
Beth Am Men's
Brotherhood Fete
Miamians and visitors to the area, j tnal president of the ZOA; Rabbi j [ ^7^^^"vf11"?'1'.."' ,q?' | h>> completed puma for ito annual
are holding a speeial breakfast
meeting on Friday to plan ZOA
participation in the 1966 Israel
Bond campaign. The meeting,
which is being held in conjunction
with the international inaugural
conference* for Israel Bonds, takes
place at 9:15 a.m. in the Gigi
Koom of the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Guests of honor at the event
ai Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Riflon,
of Miami nd Wilket-Barre, who
Irving Lehrman, of Temple
Emanu-El of Miami Beach, na-
Arveys Host Banquet
T ISLFS ">nju1nction wi,n, interfaith dinner to be held on
tional vice president; Max Bresi \ Col. and Mrs. Jacob M. tocyJ^T^iZSSZJlT*' """^ Hall.
of the of Chicago and Miami Beach. Were I *** he Fna'ne,eau.
Ben Clein. Brotherhood pnsi-
sler, past national president *.
ZOA. and national chairman tor [ hosts at a Candlelight Banquet on Practically every province
Guardians of the Israel Bond Or- Wednesday at the Fontainebleau ^nada was represented at the tn- fS^SlSiASmSSS^
ganrzatton; Mortimer May. BOA HW* in honor of Marshall Kor- ** ***. who recently re- JJJJ %gZf* gJJ* *!?*
past national president; Ellis Good- sh"k on the occasion of Korshaks tired as chairman of the Toronto "a~h
man, ZOA national Israel Bond installation as general chairman ,?"ael Bond Committee to become ,, ,
chairman of the Board of Gov- Rabbi Herbert M. Baumjrard,
ernors of the group. A recent win-1 Rev. Gene Zimmerman, and Rev
ner of an award by the National Samuel M. Houck will conduct a
Conference o# Christians and Jews I question-and-answer session.
hairman, will be B*
Irving Lax and Leonard
chairman; and Dr. Joseph J. Sch- j of ,nc Chicago campaign for State
wartz, vice president of the Israel j o{ Israel Bonds.
Bond Organization. More than 290 Chicago corn-
Leading Miamians taking part munal leaders attended the ban-
key personality in the ZOA for
rrtany yr*.
Beach Zionist District; and Charles
Charcowsky, a member of the
Serbin, Silver Medallion Recipient,
Pitched in Here From the Very Beginning
John N. Serbin. Miami civic
leader, will be presented with a
Silver Medallion Brotherhood
Award at the Hth annual dinner
i f the Florida Region of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
f.nd Jews "n Monda> night at the
Pmitainebleau Hotel
Serbin, who was chosen I'm this
i > ii.ii- on basis >i his out
ork in the field oi hum
iti m.s, has bo n .i resident
11 Miami for the past u years,
here from Cleveland 11
Act've in such local and na-
ior.il affairs as United Fund,
Combined Jewish Appeal and
National Conference of Chnst-
ians and Jews, the Pittsburgh-
oom attorney is co-owner with
nis brother, Lewis, of Serbin,
Inc. of Miami, one of the larg-
est dress manufacturing organi-
zations in the country.
i was graduated from Du-
*ne I niversity, where he was
k.i a classmate of Bishop Cole-
I- Carroll.
The United Fund approached
Serbin two months after his re-
establishment in Miami in 1902
and asked him for help in tipping
the level of contributions from the
1 ring apparel industry. A new-
comer in the community, Serbin
willingly pitched in. and by call-
ing personally upon fellow mem-
bers Ol his trade, he succeeded.
The year after that, he served
as chairman oLaeven different di-
' isions of the United Fund. The
following year, he was chairman
"f the building fund for Temple
Beth Sholom.
Since that time, he has been
hairman of the 1961 Heart Asso-
nation drive, president of West-
I0HN N. SERBIN
view Country Club in 1957, presi-
dent of Temple Betn Sholom also
in 1957, and a trustee of Mt. Sinai
Hospital.
to launch the
for Israel Bonds.
Col. Arvey is honorary chair-
man of the Chicago Israel Bond I
campaign. Korshak is director of!
Revenue for the State of Illinois.
Other oificers of the Chicago
Israel Bond campaign who attend
ed the banquet included Rabbi
Ralph Simon, chairman of the
Chicago Board of Governors;
Harry Zaidenbcrg. associate gen-
eral chairman of the campaign;
Isaac Amies, chairman of the
Guardians Division; Mel White.
honorary chairman of the Syn-
agogues and Temples Division: Dr.
Samuel Rubert, chairman ol the
Builders Division; Herman Bush,
chairman ol collections; and Di
Bernard Spiro, chairman of Ihe
Denial Division.
Pasl general chairman presenl
included Morns R. Dewoskin, Na-
than II Schwartz and Arthur Hor
wich Chicago has adopted a goal
oi S7.770.000 in Israel Bond sale-
for 1966. In 1965, the community
sold a record ol S7.250.000 in is-
rael Bonds
Chlcagoans in the Greater
Miami area also took part in a
cocktail reception last Sunday
aboard Mr and Mrs Harry Blum's
boat, the "Jonathan II."
Godfrey Testimonial
Bert Godfrey, leader of the Tor-
onto Jewish community. was
guest of honor at a testimonial din-
ner at the Fontainebleau on Mon-
Hallandale Center
Lists Officers
officers who will serve the Hal-
andale Jewish Center for 1966 are
Lou Hirschhorn, president: Charles
Feit, Julius Stein, vice presidents:
Mrs. Carrie Goldstein, Mrs. Rose
Wiland. Iah> Simons, secretaries;
Charles Goodman, treasurer; Louis
Rich, Sergeant-at arms.
Members oi the Board of Direct-
ors are Rev. Paul Dcutsch, Mrs.
Molly Gioiosa, Irving Dunn, Her-
man Friedman. MitcHel' Dane,
Sam Rothman.
Ml M H----------------------
j LET'S RALLYTOGETHERl
j MEET FLORIDA'S NEXT GOVERNOR NOW!
: *********
Join the excitement and
help "kick-off" the
! ROBERT
\ KING HIGH
: CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR!
v an afternoon of
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Friday. Tehraoxy 13. 1966
PROFILE OF A LONG-TIME ISRAEL BOND CONFERENCE CHIEF
Sam Roth berg: No Letterhead Leader
ast year Samuel Rothberg 54,
-.:red from business to devote
his time io the unofficial task
: being Israel's most underpaid
Uai a year" fund-iai-cr
n any Israel project that re-
uires large gifts or investments,
word always goes out to "gel
Rothberg And experience
proved that if Sam Rothberg
i involved, you can't miss.
Originally from Philadelphia.
I was educated as a
mist and bacteriologist Early
his career, lie gave up the
te laboratory eoat for the
gray flannel business suit, and
then success came so fast he
Ldn t keep out of its way. To-
;. he is one of the leading citi-
zens of Peoria, 111., where a bag
is always kept packed and on the
y for his next trip to Israel.
i r to any city in the United States
re there is money to be raised
r the causes that have his in-
terest
Total Commitment
Total involvement is the secret
.: his phenomenal success as a
eader in Israel organizations. Not
nly has he already donated much
lore than a million dollars of
s own money to Israel, he has
. ..-, invested large .-inns in many
: its economic enterprises.
Any person whom he approach-
! for money knows in advance
-at Rothberg has already corn-
fed himself financially in a
. bstantial way to the project in
s uestion.
:.o-t month, largel) as a result
Life Insurance
Not Important
To Russians
Henry Gilbert of Miami, an
-in for the National Life Insur-
e Company. Montpelier. Vt .
v sited Russia recently and found
".hat only five per cent of the
:-kers in Russia hold life in
policies,
ert declared that in Rus> .,
insurance business is a -tate
ly called Gostrakh. and the
- irar business is out of bounds
:.;erprise.
'In contrast to Russia, at i
cent of American \ .
- hold some form of life
Gilbert said.
The Soviet Union has a retire-
and idou m which
' ling like Social Security.
Ee insurance premiums usu-
amount to seven per cent of
irker's wage. Nobody is turned
m for insurance in Russia. Phy-
.: -hortcomings require a high-
premium rat.-. in Gilbert's
ert said that the Russians
' e any point in advertising
guess they feel its no use be-
cause of the material shortages
eat up the people's money."
SAMUCL ROTHBERG
human dynamo
of Rothberii's initiative, an im-
pressive ceremony was held al
ll :.ei Mo., w hi re I
dent Lyndon B Johnson joined
in dedicating the Truman Center
toi Peace at tin- Hebrew Univer-
sity in Jerusalem. W h e n Sam
Rothberg visited former Presi-
dent Truman last fall to discuss
plans for an American Institute
at the Hebrew University, Mr.
Truman said he would gladly
lend his name to a center for
peace.
Single-Handed
All this he did almost single-
handed a- chairman of the board
of the American Friends of the
Hebrew University. Here in
Miami, he is pursuing the same
beetle pace for the international
inaugural conference of Israel
Boni-
More than 15 years ago. Roth-
berg wa- one of the founders of
the Israel Bond Organization and
served as its first national chair,
man. Today, he is still the n
dynamo of this worldwide enter-
prise, serving as national cam-
paign chairman for the drive to
-ell S105 million in Israel Bonds
before the end of 1966. which
will be launched at the Fontaine
bleau this weekend.
It all started at the end of
World War II. when Sam Roth
berg decided to do something
about the Jews who were left
homeless by the war and by Hit-
lers persecution. Twenty years
ago, he went overseas to see for
himself the extent of the devasta-
tion of Jewish life in various
part- of Europe. He was so deeply
shocked by the plight of the sur-
vivors that he promptly volun-
teered to raise funds for relief
and resettlement through the
United Jewish Appeal.
Since then, there hasn't been a
major effort for Israel in the
I'nited States which has not ben-
efitted from his enormous drive
and complete dedication
In Israel, whenever the gov-
ernment has a financial prob-
lem requiring outside help, the
Finance Minister automatically
thinks of Sam. And when the call
is sounded. Sam appears out of
the sky over Tt' Aviv. He has
logged more ;.: miles travel
than many an airplane pilot and
the airlines know and s^te him
as their best : bigg custo-
mer.
Consuming Passion
what makes Samm; fly? A
burning and con'umir {Mission
to serve his )ior!c and I-rael .
a deep sense <: obligal .. born
out of a limitless love i- 1 admi-
ration for the builders ,:id pio-
neers of Israel, lit has -. [srael
in its hour of trial a i crisis
during the Wai of I. ration,
w hen he dodged Arab vmbs to
visit its new settlers He has
seen it blO! d gm largely
as a result of "".c ach mien's
of the Israel B ii Or_ lization,
in which he stands out a tow-
ering figure c: leadership and
hard work.
Sam Rothberg is no" a letter,
head loader During the :i-t two
weeks he has been Ir Miami,
working every almi iround
the clock, lining .:p sub- ,:bers to
Israel Bonds dressi break-
last-, lunches and clinne. calling
big prospects or the Ion,-distance
phone, churning up a itorm of
excitement and ..con ishment
for the fut -. Ifaj >f the
people of 1- -
Noted Philosopher
At Temple Israel
Dr. Abraham Kaplan, professor
1 philosophy at the University of
Michigan, was guest lecturer
it the Temple Israel Adult Course
A Studies on Sunday morning, a!
30:30. He discussed the late
Martin Buber.
On Monday evening, he gave
a bonus lecture for subscribers to
' vn Hall Forum series at 8:30
Kaplan's subject was
'Science and Human Values."'
Dr. Kaplan is former chairman
" the Department of Philosophy
-i LCLA and has taught at Har-
>ard and Columbia, and at uni-
ersitics in India. Japan and Is-
rael He is the author of "The New
vorld of Philosophy," textbook on
n-.odern philosophy.
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Jnisti noridliicin
Page 9-A
Johnson in Talks With Eban
WASHINGTON (JTA> Prcsi
Johnson received Abba Eban,
.,- Israeli Foreign Affairs Minis-
.it the White House this week
. 35 minute conversation. The
ting was attended also by Av-
ii Harm an, the Israeli Am-
--.idol' to the L'nited Slates:
raim Evron, Minister at the
ai li Embassy and Kobcrt Koni-
deputy special assistant to
sidenl Johnson
\n Israeli Embassy spokesman
. i that the President and Mr.
an had a very friendly eoover-
. 'ii which touched on a number
international questions of con-
Sky Lake Sets
Dedication
Skj i ake Synagogue, I8isi NE
Vve., Nil Miami Beach, will
., dedication service on Fri
aj evening, Mar 11. and a supper
Saturday night, Mar. 12.
iel P Tunick. president ot
congregation, said that "it is
\ fitting that we mark the rapid
ss of this new Orthodox
-o-iie with appropriate pray
dedication and thanksgiv-
and to celebrate this event
a catered supper to be held
synagogue."
st speaker at the dedication
Rabbi Theodore L. Adams.
I < sident of the Rabbinical
as President of the Syn-
.i Council of America.
Jonah Caplan. spiritual
>: Sk) Lake, will conduct
tication service and be as-
:> Cantor Abraham Seif. of
Israel Congregation.
tings will be extended bj
and Mrs Asheri Engel-
sident of the Sisterhood.
rs Wall and Memorial Pit-
- a ill i),- dedicated Saturday
Stanley Kestin is chairman
i dedication.
cern to the United States and Is-
rael.
Mr. Eban was also received
this week by Secretary of State
Dean Rusk After completing a
one-hour meeting with Mr.
Rusk, Mr. Eban said that he
was pleased by the series of
talks he held in Washington at
top levels of the United States
Government, and that "all mat-
ters whicn concern Israel have
been explained by me."
Mr Khan said that he was
"happy'' that, despite the pro'.
cupation of Washington officials
with other matters, they found
time for "a wide-ranging discus-
sion with me in keeping with the
traditional friendship ot the two
countries." He said the talks in-
volved a general exchange and
survey of problems of mutual in-
terest. Mr. Khan also met with
Sen. J W. Fulbright, chairman of
the Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee, at Mr. Fulbright's office.
He was a luncheon guest of Sen
Stuart Symington, a member of
the Foreign Relations Committee
A group of Senators and Repre-
sentatives attended the luncheon.
Mr. Eban then made a visit to
Philadelphia and from there flew
to Ottawa where he was to meet
with Prime Minister Lester Pear-
son In Philadelphia, he received
an honorary law doctorate from
Temple University, where he deli-
vered the commencement address.
He also as guest at a r< a
by the Federation of Jewish
Agencies.
The Foreign Minister said at the
reception that three factors af-
fected Israel's security; the bal-
ance Of strength in the Middle
F.asl. the desire of the Great Pow-
ers to maintain the status quo
there and Arab disunity.
He said that Israel would
"passionately welcome" any
change in international ties
w.iirh would slow the arms race
in the Middle East but reiterated
that Israel would not lose that
race "whatever the burden."
In his address at the University,
uhere Judge Abraham L. Fried-
man of the I'. S. Court of Appeals
and Pulitzer prize-winning author
Michael Richter also received hon-
orary law doctorates. Mr. Eban
1.nked the situation in the Middle
Fast to general world problems.
lU Said the basic threat to world
peace came from the lagging pace
of development in Asia. Africa and
Latin America
Frank Newburger Jr., Federa-1YOUM JudaeCHlS Hear ZfoltistS
t!"ii president, and Jack Adler, of
the Allied Jewish Appeal, greeted
Mr. Eban on behalf of 300 Jewish
leaders at the reception. The For-
eign Minister proposed to them
formation of a Jewish peace corps
of American youth to serve in Is-
rael. He also suggested that an
organized program be developed
to encourage American Jewish col-
lege students to do two years of
Study in Israel
Cyrus Mann (second from left), director oi the Tourist Division
of the Florida Development Commission at Tallahassee, as-
sures Shore Club Hotel executives that "1965-66 will be a
banner tourist season." Looking on (left to right) are Mel Peru'.,
general manaqer of the Shore Club; Wall Muller, president,
and John London, director of sales lor the Miami Beach hote..
M a n U el DJUIMh, president.
South Florida Zionist Council, lec-
tured Sunday at Temple N'er Tam-
id. His topic before the Young Ju-
daeans participating in the lead
ership training seminar was "The
Role Of the Zionist Movement for
American Youth '
Mrs Clara Burstein. youth ac-
tivities coordinator Miami Chap-
ter of Hadassah, and member if
the South Florida Zionist Youth-
Commission --poke on "The Rela-
tionship of Hadassah to the Israeli
and American Youth."
leadership training seminar--
are held the second Sunday of ev
cry month and are under the di-
rection of Don Prichason. Younf .
Judaea director.

')
* Commerce Dept.
Honors Miami
Pharmacy Firm
aniel I Klein, chairman oi
rd ol Directors of Kej
u euticals, Inc.. of Miami, .
entry honored by the L1 S
i nt ot Commerce hen
. lected as one of five I S
- ess executives to be a mem-
: a trade mission to Africa
- ng Ethiopia, Sudan and So-
|)( n| five weeks there
I compensation, in the in-
-' both ol the government, ps
.i- exporters throughout the
Following his return from
Africa in December, the Depart-
ment of Commerce scheduled
Klein to address various business
and export group meetings in St.
Louis, New York and Miami.
Jack Kanlor. president of Key
.. Pharmaceuticals, in announcing
the honor to Klein, pointed out
'hat his company was also honored
v the President and the U.S. De-
rtment of Commerce several
years ago, when it became one of
the first of six small businesses to
veuve the Presidential "E"-
Vward for excellence in promoting
x ports.
Klein is chairman of the South
"Hia Hegional Export Expan-
sion Council, and is a member of
the National Export Expansion
cil of Co' business executives.
as attended two White Hou>e
reneee on exports.
Genius With Sound
Beth El Rabbi
To be Honored
Plans have been completed by
"--legation and Sisterhood of
Beth El for their annual Purim
'-r which will honor Rabbi and
Solomon Schiff.
The dinner will be held on Sun-
evening, Mar. 6, 6 p.m., in the
August Auditorium.
Sponsors for the gala are Mr
Mrs. Ben Boskin, celebrating
48th wedding anniversary.
Based on accomplishment, the name of
Emile Berliner should roll from our
memories as easily as that of Alexander
Graham Bell. For Berliner took Bell's
rudimentary telephone and made it a
workable, perfected device. In fact, the
commercial telephone, as we know it.
would be inconceivable without Emile
Berliner's contribution.
His tinkering with the telephone led
Berliner to invent another acoustical de-
ii, The microphone. The value of this
invention becomes apparent when you
realize that the radio, television and re-
, i dmg industries would be silenced
without it.
The gramophone ia another invention
which testifies to Berliner's acoustical
genius. The primitive forerunner of to-
day's complex Stereo systems, the gramo-
phone developed into the Victor Talking
Machine, which brought the great Caruso
into the living rooms of millions.
But Berliner's inventive genius was
not limited simply to sound. He. and his
son, Henry, designed the three different
helicopters which made successful flights
from 1916 to 1926.
Public health was another of Berliner's
consuming interests. Convinced that
epidemics of typhoid, diphtheria and
scarlet fever were largely traceable to
raw milk, he worked to populari/.e
Pasteur's theories. Thru Berliner's ef-
forts, pasteurization received Federal
endorsement in 1!07.
Having had little formal education
himself. Berliner ensured education for
others by contributing to the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem. Berliner also
showed great interest in the rebuilding
of a Jewish state iu Palestine.
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Friday. F*ru<*y Wj W6G
Our Arms Policy Explained
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
stajid of the U.S. Government on
The question o# supplying Ameri-
can arms to Israel and the Arab
states was outlined by the State
Department in reply to the joint
protest of 75 members of Congress
who deplored the Arab arms build-
up and asked consideration for Is-
rael's security heeds.
The repty, written for the Sec-
retary of State, was addressed to
the dean of the House of Repre-
sentatives. Congressman Emanuel
Cellar, New York Democrat. It was
si-'iied by Assistant Secretary of
State Douglas MacArthur, 2nd. It
emphasized that "the continuing
state of tension in the Near East
remits from the basic dispute be
tween Israel and her Arab neigh-
bors"' and indicated that the
United States doomed it desirable
to continue providing arms on a
lasc-by-case'' basis to the Arab
states and Israel.
"The best course for us would
be to maintain the lowe*e level
of armaments possible, but this
is not something we alone can
do," the letter stated. "To
achieve this would require a
common approach by all the
states capable of supplying arms
?o the area. It would presuppose
a 'jndamenfal agreement on
*he need to avoid an arms race
n 'He area as well as a situa-
tion in which differences aid
ensions among the arms-supply-
ing nafions did not exist." Mr.
MacArthur pointed out that "in
present circumstances, wSi.'e
he United States uses its influ-
ence to work for peace and stab-
ility in the area, it cannot ig-
nore the realities of the situa-
tion Beginning in 1955 massive
Soviet arms sales into the area
have teen a major factor feed-
ng the arms race."
lective sales. These exceptions to
our general policy have been based
on careful case-by-case examina-
tions and a determination that
such a sale would not be an un-
stabihzing factor."
He said that reports on arms
transactions have at times been '
based on partial information, not'
always acctirately reflecting the
actual situation. Also reports [
"sometimes tend to interpret the'
continuing modernization of mili-
tary' establishments in terms of
sudden acceleration and also may !
fail to take account of the fact that
delivery pursuant to arms sales
may stretch out over a period of
years without significant immed-
iate impact." |
Declaring that the arms sales
made to Israel and the Arab
states art "in support of our ob-
jectives of maintaining friendly
relations with all the states ol
the area while seeking to ad-
vance peace, progress, and stab-
ility," the State Department of-
ficial added: "We do not under-
estimate the seriousness of any
arms augmentation and will us*
our influence as we can to see
that the dangers inherent in the
military confrontation in HS*
Near East are limited to the ex-
tent possible. To this end, we
will continue our efforts to as-
sist in resolving the basic differ-
ences which divide the Arab
states and Israel."
Rep. Thomas If, Roes, Califor-
nia Democrat and co-signatory of
the letter to the State Department,
commented: "I do not think the
reply from the State Department
suggests any solution to the arms
race in the Middle East." Rep.
Rees, who recently assumed the
seat vacated by United Nations en-
voy James Roosevelt, said the
State Department should recall
the recent warfare between India
and Pakistan. He said although
America asked that arms supplied
be used only for self-defense, "in-
structions were ignored and we
had fighting between two nations
using American supplied equip-
ment in a border dispute."
In a communication to constitu-
ents. Rep. Rees went on to stress i He said he hoped the State Depari
that America should not supply! menf would- find "a solution more
arms to nations like the Aib' profound than trying te outdo- the
states "whose open policy is to Soviet Union in supplying military
make war with another nation." hardware to nations of the world.'*
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try in the Near East and "by
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u\ we have hoped we might
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lides to limit further ac-
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spond on occasion by making se-
Hathan Perlmutter. associate
4 the National !)<
Affairs Department ol the Ameri-
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February 18. 1966
t'J&nisfi fiorldlian
Page 11-A
ed
Rabinowitz to be Honored With
forth Memorial Award on Feb. 24
[Rabinowitz. veteran civic
Philadelphia and Greater
nil receive the second an
jld S. Bosworth Memorial
the annual luncheon of
cantile Division of the
Jewish Appeal.
L. llaber, assistant ex-
Hte chairman of the Joint
Ition Committee, will be
speaker at the Feb. 24
cheduleri in the Assembly
bom of the Dupont Plaza
|nowiti wds selected by a
j committte for the annual
Ration to the individual in
antile industry "whose
[lishments embody the
traditions of service and
lion to the welfare of the
ty and his fellow man."
ward is named for the late
B. Bosworth, managing
bi Jordan Marsh and a lead-
[numerous community en-
during his 10 years In
Miami
\\ Scrbn h as the recipi
the first Bosworth Award,
led one > i ar ago at the Met
Division luncheon. Serbii
honorar} chairman of the
mile Division, headed bj
E, Brooks and William S
Louis 1 I'av is and Herman
|er are associate chairmen
for the luncheon Include
krkin. Brooks, Huben. Harry
Ji Serbin. Ben Schwartz.
chwartz, Sain Hobinson ami
Topol.
Schacffer, president ol
totlighters Club and a head-
imedian here and through-
^e nation for many years,
up a spet a I entertainment
im.
rl of the family which found-
(1 operates the Miami Dia-
'inter. Rabinowitz is a sup-
|gr o: the Jewish Home for the
a membei of the Board of
>rs of the Greater Miami
Federation and a .staunch
k for the I nited Fund.
pive in the National Confer-
of Christians and Jews, Ra-
iti is a member of the
of Directors and served
Finance Committee of
rple Emanu-EI. He and his
Mary, live at 1080 99th St.,
Harbor Islands. They have
children, 15 grandchildren,
fsix great-grandchildren.
nember of the Budg"t Com-
and chairman of the Jewel-
1 vision of the Greater Miami
Federation and its Corn-
Jewish Appeal, Rabinowitz
rember of the Hibiscus Mas-
odge and the Mahi Shrine,
tauel L. Haber joined the
Joint Distribution Committee stall
in 1947 as director for German)
There, he directed a broad pro
gram ol aid to some 200.OOo Jew
ish Dl's. Following the establish
ment of the State of Israel in 1948
he helped empty the DP camps
speeding tens of thousands of Jew
ish survivors to Israel, the United
States and other friendly lands.
In 1954 he was seni to .Morocco
to Organize a welfare prom am
which provided asoistuueejo more
than 50.000 of the country ., M0,
000 Jews In 1957 he was given
the added responsibility of devel-
oping a welfare program for needy
Jews in Poland.
He was the first JDC repre-
sentative permitted to function
in that country since 1950. He
was still responsible for JDC ac-
tivities in Morocco and for the
next year he shuttled back and
forth between Morocco and Po-
land supervising JDC activities
in both countries.
Haber's m.-ijor responsibility in
Poland was to establish a special
emergency relief progra mfor Jew-
ish repatriates returning from the
I Soviet Union. As r. result of his
frequent tripe to- that country, he
became intimately acquainted
with Jewish life in Eastern i'u-
RABIN0WITZ
HABIR
SCHAEFffR
rope and is regarded as an author-
ity on Jewish welfare need; in
that area.
|bbi Adler
Still Critical
Continued from Page 1-A
have been held here next
|h in honor of Rabbi Adler"s'
birthday, by his congregation,
pus other organizations and
B Detroit Jewish News,
fcanwhile, Wishnetzky is also
fng for his life, but is not ex-
to survive He is at another
ition, New Providence Hospi-
*'-re. Leonard Antel, adminis
of the religious school at
Adlers temple, said that,
concern for Dr. Adler's con-
was uppermost in the com-
ity, there was also much sym-
b for Wishnetzkv and for his
jj.v because the family is well-
lit of here, and the youth had
an outstandingly brilliant
ion
wins
Ya* ttil
on by the Yarn'
oi "Fashion by the
was h e i d Tuesday, 11:30
m "t the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
pri-d by the Breath of Life
Per, Children's Asthma Re-
I Institute and Hospital at
r r, Coordinator of the show
|! he "Rainbow Knit Shops,"
commentary was given bv
ersonality Judy Wallace.
He was assigned to the European
headquarters in Geneva in 19JH
as assistant director-general.

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while First Federal is
still holding the line
on interest rates and
closing costs
Even though mortgage interest rates are rising all across the
country, we are still making almost half our residential loans
at 5H %, If you plan to build, buy or refinance your home any
time in the near future, we suggest you act now, while you
can benefit from our low interest rates and Vi* closing costs.
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AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI
YOUR SAVINGS now earn
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vjf^tift M'-riiMTiir
Friday, February 18
rCclicjioits Services U liis Weekend
l9
AGUDATH ACHIM Lo-"hardy h.l,
6305 Collir". Ave. Orthodox.
, ] in Sai iirtla> '.' > m M In -
i p m.
----
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TlOfv, Uta SW 67th Ave Oorthodox
Canter Morns Barr.
Friday ti :>.> : *I" '' ''"''
I'aistj' (H|nuin, > < .1 *, I! ai
velt 8:wifc> .>d I .nan As...... m.i
I
,-r.siikvnt of Charles i ren blemeM
rv I'TA. Tl>|l. "Negni Sunn-
in oliilciren- Ones Hiabhnl li...te-i
b> Sol Pollen In honor ..i his 'If
Sarahla blrthda>
------a-----
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cariyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever
JANSHE EMES. 2933* *W 19th Ave.
Conservative. Enunupl Kusheiwitz.
* preaident.
----
BETH DAVID. 2625 SVV.3rd Ave. Con-
aervative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W. LiDSon
r"nda> >.:'. ii.m KVIhubstrip Sabbath
llrotherl......I sermon: "Spiritual
II ,.. .. From Idi u Kat
Zlnimei mai K< ndall
Mclho rh: lie* Mj Iton w I
v. -t pnI (ia
I- Ktur John Ta> loi I'l SI iv
:. I Ullthl 'ail l i ..: .11 ; Kill I
w ek Saturdu Si I'll.
i.- l'a .........l.i.-ki
,1
CANDLEU3HT1NG TIME
28 Shevat 5:56 p.m.
,..., .:.. ... ii |..... .......in 11 Ml
BETH EL. 500 SVV 17th Ave
oox. Rabb' Salomon Sc
-
Cl trio
hi
3ETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. OrthO.
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.

3cTH JACOB. 301 Washington Ava
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
----
BETH KODESH. I lv. 1 SW 1?'h Ave.
Modern Traditional. Raubi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ber.jainn ben*Miflj
r i ..:.-!
.- .
tend greet ii I
fur Mrn'n I
h. .1 .-. i mon "i ;i\.- [*> i *.
Men:" Salur ...
Sn .l.it!. Sefl ml I ie
i .. inted
----
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative
Rabbi Richard MarcoVitz. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes.
!' la] IS : ii.
I he till Life Satnrdaj >' :. in.
sermon Fnrtlon f tli- \veek."
-
3ETH RAPHAEL. 1S45 J'fterSon
Ave C -nservative. Cantor Saul H.
Breeh

1ETH TPILAM c.35 Euclid Av Or-
thodo Rabbi Joseph E. Rackavsky.
1ETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 111
Ave. Conservative R'bb, Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Reiizer.
i s. r
.1. ,v |yh I'hrlxttan His
thi t SI
Mr* \i thur > Rel Katur la> i I"
,n MM .' -ii..[ Mi.
mil Mi
l V| ||| I... .Hll ,.''
.i iiiiI .Mi! ,

3NA PIOHJEL 1401 \\\ "?3.-d St
Conservative Rabbi Harold Richter
Carter Jack Lf

CU3.W HEBREW CIRCLE OP VI.
1242 .'. is" n ItOll A Ortho-
Rabbi Dov RQzen v.eig.

-LAGL7R GRANACl A 5C NW I It
PI Conservative. Raubi Dav.d Ros-
entjU. rtnt.tr George Golab-rg.
, :
v ui i. r
:.. Re
l: nai I! i rli
,\ : a- .1 Mr* Hi n
nas In I
.- ,lnd> (loldi
Sa >
FT. LAUDEROALE EMANU-EL. 1801 '
S Andrews Ave. Reform Rabb-
Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome
Klement.
----
FT LAUDERDALE JEWISH CtN-
TER. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Conservative. Charles Oickson, pres-
ident. Dr. Jack L. Morris, cantor.
410 E. Beach Blvd. Conservative
Rev Paul Deutsch
1 i i.i.i\ S |.l S' '
ii, '. i ;..-- '
Unit, lutHl i'ivs dt in ..' braellti
,. r in. i Shabl i M.f
! Wi nan in ,|'1'
man

HEBREW ACADEMY 24X) Pintre-
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross
i frlday p m, Sat irdn} Mln-
ha j '" u m
-
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201'
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
HeHbraun.
----
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER 8tn
St., Homestead. Conservative.
SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative Rabbi Avroni L.
L Drazin. Cantor Louis Cohen
...., i i. m II kur 'ho-
he .....- e .',.i..-a; ii
,| Ual li| mi i M > I'!:,/..
- Sernii n "I'ori
. p.in

JACOB C. COME. COMMLNiTY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
orthodox. Raobi T.bor H. Stern
Cantor samuei Vigoda.
'


KNESETH iS;tAE.'_ I Ave
O tn;ao. Rabo Da. J Leh I
Lantor Ajrar*,. n S i

LL 3AV.TCHER NVAN
I IJ' -0 : :' ~ 1
ham Korf. Canto- E nest Field.
MIWOSAlRES COSG^EGATON
J737 Bird Rd. \'ode-n Traditional.

OHEV SHALOM. (11 Normanjy Or
Othooox. Rabb. Phineas Weber-
man.
----
SEPHARDiC JtW.SH CENTER 6J5
Loinns Ave Rev Cantor Sadi Nah.
mias.
I .Mil Sal ay v;
.- lie li l
I j-i Ribbl Eugene Lauov : ^--
.. lrd Klein.
- I
'
Z' >A '
_.
Bar Ml
i

TEMPLE OR OLOM. COOStrvlt ve
875^ SW 16th St.. Miami. Ribbi
Samuel April.
i.-:- ia.' cm ii mi .- n '
i- ... i I-.....I Sati '
Mini ha S:43 p.tn
--------
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary nffice 1820 NE 164th St
Ref"-m. Rabbi Daniel M Lowy.
Cantor Chet Gale.
I eral. 89S NK UTili St. Sermon: How
CreJildlce i- Tausrht." Ltai Uitiv-ah
Br ...n nf M and .Mr.- Max v.. ii
lt.d>l>ln.
--------
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 951 E
4th Ave.. Hia'eah. Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
I-" .in IS ;. m. <; ii.- -: Hue i kei S na
lee !: Kerdle, ittfleer JeWtkh ^ li
\ N ,. : .eitk II "
mlttee, and Temtil '
\r.- \V. mi A
Mlaleu Miami -
i s
.i in
_ 0 _
TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 Zamo-a A..
Conservative. Ribbi Maxv... ,
t"r. Cantor Bei Drkson.
- r. p in s ruion: "And
I-, i iww tel riaj 4:1
... i non ''For. Ion of the w*.

TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd C-
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxma-
Prlday 8:13 |>.m Brothei hood v\.
Bermon: "Brotheiitixad In rktharh*!
la ii ivud'" Batuntn) 1:30 a.rr
---------
riFERETH ISRAEL. 8600 N. Mian
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Menr
Werniolt.
Friday S:n p.m. Sermon: H>
Much shall l Give?" imeK Shabhi
hosted 1>> Mr. and Mr. mill;: -
Saturday 9 a.m. KelTtron: "Pottioti
the Week.''
YOUNQ ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st S
Orthodox. Rabbi She-win staube-
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEA:-
1542-44 Washington Ave.
Kb nil in.I HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
Hebrew Lesson
Din"? "ioxn -131": v
.nnin r^y:-n ivt v$i]
r.i^is in nna1g 21
olid1? nnris |n n -j-iia
r.x nrx nn-aa ms ^a
rvupxn rxi nL;D rnbsri
rrnyrj ^ ninepip in1:?;
a^iy n^iap ]rix niriy -
*i>ys D-n-pfg ;n--iinnn
;ipi*i^!9l oncrj pfMa "T
n"?i sn-aSTi nti n&pio
113?? ni^isj tins r-ixn rx
.)PD*1
^ nay n'ptO" n:ra
.''.Sir -D3B, '"Z
(n'oSs r-ins .-13 pijsina)
Maikit
rendered around the '
'usalfin and li
ay windows I wanl
ethi 1 .
searched and at last 1 |
n the Maskil shop verj be
' with Yemi niti
den baskets ol dil
arfs in many i
lovely ll r the deco-
1. and so on.
\ll thi ie I ie in
country. 1
"'
Negei The baskets are
bull ru hes which row on
shores ol Kinnereth, The
' "den figures are made of olive
d which grows around Jen*
m The cotti too .
thi fields ui the Nsget
ah the work is 1 rlc =
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18'5' N'
isth Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Jonah
t. Capi..n.
--------
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con
servative. 1025 NE iBJro &t.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Raubi Samuel R. Stone.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
Pi idnj 8 ::. u.m Service* eoi .1
i> Itebreu School tudentn und<
!.. 'i"i.....vu lain Mi a .-.. i ui.i .
v .' ii ltai Mltiv ah Mn haei Mat-
thew, son ui Mi. and Mrs Jo fa k. i
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Raum
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
Friday 8:30 p m Guest speaker, I .
Moi ti m Notarlue, |wy< h a r ,...
"The Iniluence ol the leu
I ield of l"ayi lilnti > .-.,. .i.i.n n .r.
.i in Bar -Mi,/.van. |:.,. m ,.;
lietTl Fox l..is Mitxvuli \ li ki,
tei ..i Mr and Mr- Morton li
TEMPLE BETH *EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
i'i'i.i> 8:1S p in. An tnterfaltr, i> a-
log-ue between Jaffe and i.- .
'V'"".',1 ^ "'""- '"""-' Coi
i'1 hurch. Snturda} li ,.,.
Mitsvah: Cindy, .... ight. ..i ,
Mrs Ralph Bliion
T *
'Ryu/or
ttfyvt[ riainia ^raaio
.7\}x-\j} n]i?na Vipani
.'^s-it?': inp1?? xs^*? "tyv\
D'p; nnai "n^atra- mtQ i temple beth sh,rah. 750o sw
.I lfln. st Reconstruction^. Raooi
-o-fi napi qv r.V?Br*: "HW
t t I : i : :
,ni2itf ni-nsa D,l?p jrj
.D'3-i D*yasa ninaaa
r : t
a^aru nnai ,aas ,l?"ya
.liyi n^a dto^
D^ru Mmi anain Va
t T : T
aa?n *vm .faxn-nasina
.a:.3a w^ )xsn aasa an
iliD'n^a D^i? a^pa
,n-ua-a: nstp ay naisn
r--7[ '-.-L-a ]?\ fjyjj n-nay
2; .2-rr,: nia-apa ai?x
.a.;?n ni-^. nxn n:ran
ton Ave Conservat'. r^
the makina of the wool into u..........- '"" '
to the making of col
carpet: from the -
the workers ai
In tl
thefarnily. ...
i..idi community bm i
Jot.phR.Naro,
colored silk scarfs a
immigrants from Hui ke
mets the handiwork te'-- = le juoea. Av.
: ii from Persia ai ; *.=.'
embi iider> is V
The we .
in the Maskil store, all the tribe,
Israel pas*d before m
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION MISHPATIM
Moses instructs the Israelites in the divine law.
And he look the book of the covenant, and read in the hear-
ol the people; and thej said "All that the I-ord hath spoken
we will do, and obej Exod 24:7)
v.ishpatim The laws I Moses submitted to the ehildrei
i thej had ie Ten Commandments d< all with ihe
:... I et -
I he llebi ler, filial aggression and 1
maiming ol a sen ant; tl:
accidents and theft; property damage; w I
.,,, i ,..\ tes the orphaned and the widowi
til ation ol God and man; r
y; the S year; the Sabbath; the threi
festivals; idi latrj
This portion concl les lich the renewal of the covenanl
n.e children >l Israel iccepted the covenant with thewoi -
:hat the l ord hath spoken we will do, and obey" (Exod 24 7
Moses then ascended M lunt Sinai to receive Hie tablets of the law
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is e
traded and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, SIS Publisher ii
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 Wi'liam St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlanq.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUIPIT
Charity Pledge is Trus*
We Must Honor Now
!
Morris Skop.
Friday vi". p m m,.
'' In Bi other S.itunla> 10:30 ^i .n
bermon: "The Sabbath ol tl > .
\Mk.i the Bible Says iboul Hrlnlnn
oih.r-.'
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly,
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er-
nest Steiner.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
cantor David Conviser.
""i'i.V 8:18 |..ni .-. moi n..ld ,
Heir >turda> in r. ., r..,, v /.
yah: Steven, w>n ,.i v ,. ,;,
laaac i- leaachman
T1MPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
ZZnd Ave Conservative. Rabbi S M.
Maehtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman
FTIdaj 8 10 p in .
hood li- w.- i........
-.':.
a iii. .Inn or i '! _
TEMPLE BETH TOV~ 6438 SW 8'h
St Conservat,ve. pabb, Ra, n z
Qhxman.
Rabbi Skoa
l Of
Published by the
Brith Ivrith Olamit
, ...

TEMPLE NER TAVD 80th St ana
Tatum Waterway. -.;j.3
By RABBI MORRIS SKOP
Temple Beth Shirah
It is always gratifying to rabbis
and board.- of directors when the
High Holy Days approach, or on
the sacred Eve
of Yoni Kippur,
to h e a r t h e
pledges J e w s
make to their
temples and syn-
agogues. After
the Holy Days,
there is a "'wor-
ry period-' to see
how many of the
pledges will be
fulfilled. Unfor-
tunately, not all
Jews r e d e e in
their pledges.
For month-
durim,' the year.
calls are made and letter- are
sent, appealing request- Iximhard
the delinquents, and instead of ap-
preciating a reminder, the donor
may become irritate! and quit the
on, leaving Ins :
tisfied and the budget unmet.
achers and oblig il
ither !u!
tl ese pr imisers '
v Temple, there loi
made to inqui
ie previous
re pa
I. but .. .
'
in Bil
ty si

5 takei
dfshekel

his rt|]
Th |
u i- -.. .., ,
m irdei i
eaponsibUity I ,
is sacred. li
the half-shekel became ai
lax devoted to maintains
public services of the Temple
Jerusalem, and the entire
people had the responsibili':-
supporting good causes an
ices of the sanctuary. The
outside of ancient Palestine wera
zealous in their contribui
this Temple tax. Later, thi
tribution was made by Jewisl
pie living outside of the Holj Land
to support academies of learning
In our modern period, th-1 Zi i -'
Organization encouraged thi
ing of the shekel as a syn
sympathy with the effort- to r?
establish the Jewish people in '*
Land of Israel.
In America, we do not have mis
tax. We utilize for the support of
our temples and synagogue, tbl
annual payment of "dues, "faf
share" contributions and doi
to our religious institution- B
loo many of our brethren havi
their sense of Jewish pesponsibB
ilv by forgetting to redeen. lltel
obligation and promises .''
from the financial stru
many congregations, the
donations and pledges I
mean whal thej should men
Jew ish sense of resp i
needs refinements so t
ise and pledge should >'.
.ic i ril v. ord of honor, T
of the Shekel can still tea
al a Jew word to h: :
h community is
must be w I



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mnrtit tvf#rv*->K. 'i*. mcc
by. February 18, 1966
' lewistiftarikUatf
Paqe 13-A
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Sfcfci,
&

J
~.e new Kneseth Israel Congregation is cir-.
i with stained glass windows symbolizing
Jewirh holidays. Interior of the synagogue
rturefa a marble-east wall facing Jerusalem
|.h p'.aques representing the ancient 12 tribes
Israel. "Chanukat Habayis" dedication oi
? new Kneseth Israel will take place Mar.
at the synagogue. 1415 Euclid Ave., when
sier Pearson
It Rabbis' Meet
By Special Report
Y >RK The Prime Min-
i est" i' Pearson,
pal speaker at the
ol the Rabbini-
Toronto in Mi
. ed here by the
International As o-
Conservative Rabbis.
J Routtenberg
- a recipient oi
. Pi at i Prize, proposed
: nc> Force in tin
i.. h l.ich has i
. i along the Israel-
r during his tei m
the United Nation*
j durin the 1&56-
...- the Canadiai
nal Affairs at the
n which will run
Ma) IS, tin >ui h
May 18, will be the
ical Assembly has
a, and \\ill pay honor
n members, accord-
airman of the con
' larl Rosenberg,
.->,
lemy Plans
tgage Burning

iCHAPIRO
DO can a
on
: Hebrew \ a
r m y w e re ;i n -
need at a re-
i ent e \ e c u th
imittee meet-
when Oscar
Schapiro. no t e d
communal li
er, officer ol the
Vcademy, a n t rea urer of
Kneseth Israel
i ongrega lion.
was named chair-
Ihi campaign
ltz< r, president.
by Louis
h ATTENTION!
Jewish Home for he Aged
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0. J. R0SENSTRAUCH
Rosenstrauch Will
Head Emanu-EI
Youth Commission
Max l iderman presid nt of
: Emani El has a nounci d
of O. J. I
rmai I Ti
I le V nth Con
_ ol the w
n '
the Temple
'\f.: as .'
the Bi ard ol I lir
. thi Tei iph for sevei
present ly president of the
; ;- for the -
as wi active mi
jnd dire< lor ol the Temple Broth-
erhood Hi succei ds Mrs Mui y
:. si whi served as chairman
for two years
Other members of the Youth
Commission's executive body are
Noah Kleisher. Dr. Stanley Freh-
ling, Mrs. Sol Goldstein. Mr.- Alex
ander Kogan, Paul Kwitney, Mrs
Murry Maisel. Samuel Leibowitz,
Dr. Herman R Mechlowitz. Don
Pricbason. Harold ,' Segal, Mrs.
Herbert S. Shapiro ;ind Raphael
K. Yunes.
the Holy Scrolls are brought in following a rib-
bon cutting ceremony. Dedicatory dinner will
round cut the festivities. Kneseth Israel was
founded 18 years ago, and is.one of the larg-
est Orthodox congregation"? in Florida. Free
religious education is offered to children of the
community.
Religious School
Children Will
Rally for CJA
Ovei
' schools, are expected to attend
the Combined Jewish Appeal rally
or Jew ish s< hools oi Gr iter
Miami ndei the direction of the
Bureau oi J a ish Edui i
tei Miami Jewish Fi dera
lion.
The rally will take place on Sun-
day, 10:30 a m ;it Beth Torah
. ion
n. Daniel N< al
Heller, pasl | i nl of the >v>
ish War Veterans of the U.S.A.,
and active Federation worker, will
address the Jewish school dele-
gates
Ellen Bukstel, of Temple Is-
rael, acting president of the In-
ter-School Keren Ami Council,
will bring greetings. Entertain-
ment will be by Zigi Binoi, Is-
raeli singer and performer. Di
rections for three bun sessions
to follow will be outlined by
Louis Schwartzman, executive
director of the Bureau.
I w ill include the
Jewish Appeal, nal
local agencies a I
supported by 'he Con >ined Jew
v lairmen i i tin three
buzz sessions will be Ellen
stel, ol Temple Israel; Barry Ab-
bott, of Beth David Congn
and Steven Fleischman,
Beth Sholom
Ri cordei for Ihi thri eses
will be Miteh Kel Beth
jation; Stevi n Wein-
, i mple En anu El: and
Ilene Kulbersh, ol Temple Mcno-
rah. "Consultants for the sessions
will include Herbert Zvi Berger
Schwartzman and Heller.
The closing period will include
summaries of the three buzz ses-
sions bj recorders and resolutions
for making the school campaign
significant in the .lew ish schools
of Greater Miami through the Ke-
ren Ami Council of the school-
Tifereth Jacob
Will Install
Rabbi Kleir
Rabbi Maurice Klein will he in-
stalled as spiritual leader and
teacher at Temple Tifereth Jacob
on Sunday, Feb. 20. a date which
also marks the Temple's 17th anni-
versary-
The two events will be cele-
brated with a dinner dance follow-
ing a cocktail hour at 6 p.m.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman. of Tem-
ple Zion, member of the Rabbini-
cal Assembly of America and past
president of th Rabbinical Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami, .vill of-
ficiate at the ceremonies, and Rab
bi Allen Rutchik. director of the
Southeast Region United Synago-
gue of America, will give the in
vocation.
During the evening, the Hi;.Kali-
Miami Springs JWV Post (Ml will
present the Temple with an Amer-
ican flag from the Capitol in Wash-
ington.
Reservations may be mad with
Mrs. Marvin Klinger, Jack Wilco,
or the temple office.
Film Shown At Beth David
Film s h OW n as part ol the
forum sei Beth David
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on Moses Mendelsohn.
Ral bi Sol Landau, spiritual lead
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the discussion on 'lie film, si lied
uled t'> be shown at 9 p.m
Ri ilai cla sses ol the second
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Rabin, education director of Beth
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Deborah Group Meeting
Deborah Group of Hadassah met
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01 Mrs Lee Howard, 8986 Bay Dr.
A book review was given by Mrs.
Fred Abrom.
JUDAH EVER
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Judah He.-hel Ever was ho"
ored al a special reception on Sat
ai Agudath Israel Hi >i
Institute.
Ever received a Bachelor's di
gree in business administration al
the I niversity ol Miami's
commencement exercises.
His lather. Rabbi Isaac Ever, is
lal leader oj Agudath Israel
Young Evi r will remain at th<
T of M as a graduate assistant,
continuing toward a Master's de-
gree on a scholarship.
'Lincoln and the Jews'
Jewish W a r Veterans Ladies
Auxiliary and post 330 held an
Oneg Shabbat at Kneseth Israel on
Friday evening, commemorating
Lincoln's Birthday. Lincoln and
the Jews" was narrated by Rabbi
David Lehrfield.
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*Jewisti flcridfian
Friday. February 18, 1966
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Kolko to Head Mesivta Here
William R. RudoM'of Sarasota (left), Rassco associate, re-
ceives a plaque of honor at a recent meeting at the Fontaine
Hyman Kolko has been elected
president of the Mesivta of Greater
Miami Louis Merwiteer High
school Election took place Sun-
day at the annual membership
meeting of the Mesivta at the
school. 1965 Alton Rd.
Kolko succeeds Rabbi Alexander
S. Gross who served as president
since the founding of the Mesivta
five years ago.
Hyman P. Galbut, trustee of the
Mesivta, presented a slate of 56
trustees who were elected to serve
for one year. Louis Merwit/er was
named honorary founder. Rabbi
Morris Horoviti, who served as
principal of the Mesivta. and Rab-
bi II. Louis Rottman. who served
as vice president, were also named
founders. Other officers elected
to serve were vice presidents. Rab-
bi Berel Wein, Hyman P. Galbut.
mitory in the Kern Beyonah school
also bears the name- of the Kol-
kos.
Kolko is also a founder of the
Einstein College of Medicine and
has been a member of the Board
of Trustees of the Yeshiva I'ni-
versity for more than 10 years.
Installation of the officers and
Board of Trustees will take place
Sunday. Mar. 13. at the Harry N.
Schwartz Auditorium t the Belli
Israel Synagogue.
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speaker. Looking
Jerome Bienenfeld: secretary. .1.
Jerry Schechter; assistant seen'
t.iiy. S. Louis Schwartz; chairman
of the Board of Trustee- Alex-
ander Moskovits.
Kolko, who lives with his wife,
Pearl, at 4409 Alton Rd., came
here from Rochester, N.Y. He
served as president and founder
of the Hillel Academy of Ro-
chester since 1948. He also
helped organize the Jewish Wel-
fare Fund and tho Jewish Home
HYMAN KOLKO
for the Aged there. He served
as president of the Beth Joseph
Center, one of the largest syna-
gogues in Rochester, for 25
years.
The Kolkos were recently hon-
ored by Mizrachi. During their re-
cent trip to Israel, they were re-
cipients of the Chiel Rabbi Herzog
Award "for their dedication to Is
rael and for their many accom-
plishments towards the upbuilding
of the Ilolv Land." The bovs dor-
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Four-year-olds of the Nursery-Kindergarten Department of
Temple Emanu-El demonstrate the traditional home observ-
ance of the Sabbath to board members of the Sisterhood and
Parent-Teachers Association at a recent joint meeting. Under
the direction of Mrs. Naomi Brandeis, supervisor of the depart-
ment, and Mrs. Berta Barnett, nursery teacher, the children
chanted the prayers and songs of the Sabbath. Front row (left
to right) are Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenblatt;
Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kratish; Linda, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bicky; Lisa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Luis Newfeld. Back row are Marc, son of Dr. and Mrs. Sol
Greenbeig; Jack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Miller; Dawn,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Arthur; and Sandra, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Aberman.
Dr. Portnoy At
Workmen's Circle
Dr. Samuel Portnoy. chairman
of the History Department at Flor-
ida Atlantic University it Boca
Raton, was guest speaker at the
bi-monthly lecture of workmen's
Circle Schools of Miami. 1545 SW
3rd St. Miami, last week.
Dr. Portnoy spoke on "Jews in
Early American History-"
Dr. Portnoy. a graduate of a
Workmen's Circle School in his na-
tive New York, came to Florida
from New Jersey, where he taught
for three years at Trenton State
College. As chairman of the Inter-
mltural Education Committee
There, he frequently represented
the college in activities in the field
of international affairs
Previously, he had taught at .
Mansfield State College in Penn-
-ylvania where he was chairman
the Social Sciences Department.
He was among the earliest staff
member- d in planning the
a lemic pr of Florida At
He took his
i helor's and Doctor- Ii grees al
I'niversity of Wisconsin and his
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, February 18.1966
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Pago 15-A
V;
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ItfcMagfA K Inn I. , Prejudice? It has to be taught.
ouj) Hale Keeps Going
respite Our Best Efforts
rntlj in Viet Nam. an
prican General and others in
ral corps risked their
s while performing an opera
: 11 < v. r ,i 11 v e grenade
:>... k .it a Viet Namese
I ,i rr>;nl<> was re-
i xploding, though
othei A'ise .n
. ii\i'.-. The first
man uttered
i this for a
farmer lik-
i- the General
larly queried
n that each
. sv. er: Broth

is easj to ac-
cept on a private, man-toman
basis. We seem able to fight pri-
vate prejudices on an individual
to-individual level. Why then dOM
hate persist among uroups of peo-
ple simplj because of differences
of race, creed or ethnic back-
ground
Lack of understanding and lack
of educati i linlj .i r e two
major <.. .-.- i;::- Brotherhood
Week thi t\ inal Conference oi
C'hrisl ins ;. < calls on all
Americans to join them in their
>nw ide p k ational progi am
to combat group prejudice and
i" in.i... ng reality of our
pledge ni a u ce ol "one na
tion undei I I indh isible, with
libert) am justice for all '
S'ttzi Hate Signs
i / Arsonist9s Digs
1 x fAi German syi a friend" car-
badges of the
ments, the SS
irmy, found a:
i 'In' >i\ di
on --.mi.i
re shown this
Central Crinv
are Hugh
m Sparks 19.
-.;. win. pleaded
' 'Ad charges of
tting fire'" to the
gogue and the
Road Synagogue last
31. Tine,, other suspects have
11,(1 guilt) and will be sen :
ed at the close of the trial
are Paul Dukes. 18, Graham
I 18 and Colin Rainburd. 20. |
Motive Inspector Albert
fl vices were found at the
M of Sparks. The inspector
|rf'<* that Sparks told him
he had been an Obersturm-
Ker (lievtenant colonel) in
British National Socialist
|ement.
"inter, statement, Sparks
l,1'>l lie had ioined with live
'I the British Na
'lisl -mill, in setting
in tli.' itate-
it at the ill
no's front door
a 'k)ihi .. acetate and
line de "one of the lads."
Spa :..- er left the i
ment, said oup set fire to
tlu- sj nagogu oi d : from
"the high ority." The In-
spector also testilied that li
admitted h ade the bomb
for the Hi --. agogue arson at-
tack.
>#*
Hadassah Meet in Gotham
NEW YORK (JTA) A re-
solution urging the United States |
"to continue to ensure Israel's de- ]
fensive and deterrent strength
through direct arms aid" and to '
encourage the Arab leaders to en '
ter talks for "a peaceful settle- ]
ment with Israel" was adopted i
this week at Iladassah's annual
mid-winter conference here.
The resolution noted the United
States disclosure it had sold Pat J
ton tanks to Israel "to help it
meet its detensive and internal |
security requirements" and said
this served notice that the U. S.'
commitment to Israel's security
and territorial integrity "will be
In an address to the Hadassah
conference, an American sociol-
ogist asserted that a new tyoe of
Jew is developing in the United
States one who feels equally
comfortable in being both a Jew
end an American.
Nazi Arrested
In New York
Continued from Page 1-A
Prof. Sidney Goldstein, chair-
man of the department of sociol-
ogy and anthropology at Brown
University, asserted that "there
is little danger of the American
Jew vanishing through assimila
tion. Rather, there is a chansing
American Jew. who, ia, leaving
Jus European origins behind, needs
time to adjust to his new freedom
and to his new obligations."
ance in Supreme Court building in
Manhattan in 1960. The warrant
charged Rockwell with making in-,
flammatory and offensive remarks
backed up by measures necessar) such as "all Jews should be cx-
to assure it."
The resolution said that the
Soviet Government was provid-
ing huge quantities of arms to
Egypt and that Israel was the
"major target" of Egypt's mili-
tary ambitions. This left Israel
no choice but to maintain its
military strength to deter pos-
sible aggression "but massive
shipments of sophisticated wea-
pons to Egypt keep on creating
new arms imbalance which must
be rectified."
The delegates also urged the
United States to act through the
United Nations and diplomatic
channels to convince the Soviet
I'nion that its biased policies
against it-. Jewish nationals were
a violation of "elementary human
rights." The resolution urged that
the Soviet Union be called on to
give Russian Jews the same rights
and privileges given all other
ethnic and national groups in the
I ssi;. parlicularlj t.i ( any on
their own cultural and n I [iou
life and particulai o ; ow Jews
viio wi it > -ii to in. rate
to rejoin members ol lamilii I
by the Nazi hoi icaust.
The con i :ilinii also hailed
President Johnson's el or a
peaceful solution to the Viel N
war ami expressed the hope
the effort would succei I. Othei
resolutions supported th< position
oi the I S i!< legation to the
United Natii i :(> include mi the
now-pending convention on reli-
gious intqlerance, spec ition
of auti-Seniitism; endorsed the
view that the work of the Interna-
tional Cooperation Year be cxI
ed to an International Cooperation
Decade; and supported President
Johnson's position that the war on
povert) he made international in
scope and urged the continuation
ami expansion of the i S, For
ei-.ii aid program as
stiunient in our quest lor ,
Hadassah Chapter
Mt. Scopus Chapter ol Miami
Hadassah i;i i a luncheon and
zaar from '.;) to 5 p.m.. Monday, at
Temple Zamora.
terminated" and that "cremato-
riums should be built in the Cnited
States." constituting a breach of
the peace.
The pickets represented many '
Jewish youth and adult groups, in-
cluding the Association of Con-
centration Camp Survivors. The
New York-New Jersey Action Com-
mittee of the JWV denounced the
University's action of permitting',
Rockwell to appear.
Berger, a volunteer American
Civil Liberties Union attorney who
has appeared on behalf of un-!
popular causes in the past, was'
the target of sharp criticism from '
Jews for his action.
Two clients fired him aftei he
not back to his office and the I
telephone rang through the day
from callers denouncing him.
Berger said he never got a
chance to explain to them why
he defended Rockwell or that
more than 30 of his own rela-
tives c^ed in the Nazi extermina-
tion appaiatus in Europe.
When he lett the courtroom he
u a.- berated bj Fahn as bein n 't
much n a tr litor to the
\ Jewish lawyti
n the sidewalk
as Bi i i< spoke to report) rs, A
Gentile youth passing bj said
"Look at him, he pul dow n his
own kii .
Said Berger It will blow ovei
but it's \ eiy unsettling."
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* Jen i*t nrrH"*r
Friday. February 18. \x\
Nazi's
Jail
Term Cut
For Health
iOXN
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I for his s. was
' -
s thai
\ -
the murder -
thousand .' I lusdnrttJ
nth trial
ULSchwiti pel "- wa- ae"
I of many atrocities HBs 14-
year sentence was th< Mfrtest
term jivei all but [the
20 defendai ,ife ''''
>nment
Consternation over Mutka's
release was expressed here The
State Prosecutor at Frankfurt,
where the trial had been held,
immediately filed a complaint
against the freeing of Mi/fka. It
was pointed out that long-term
prisoners who become ill are
usually transferred to a prison
hospital, instead of being re-
leased outright.
The Dutch Auschwitz Commit-
tee sent a telegram to West Ger
I Chancellor Ludwig Er
, Mulkas relei -.-. ac-
cording to a Jewish T
from The Ha-
ju<- The Di gi iU| called the
ng of Mulka an ofl
. nst the vuI f Nazis
Wilhelm Harster. 61 a foi
SS general, was meanwhile ar-
rested in Munich this week on sus-
picion of complicity in the mur-
der of Anne Frank Two of his
wartime assistants were arrested
with him Harster was held on
charges of complicity in murder
in 83.000 cases as head of the
Nazi Security Service which was
responsible for the transport of
many Jews to Nazi death camps.
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:.airmen of Iniormation Day staged by the Young Worn-
:. s Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal look over back-
round material on the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
ire Mrsr. Philip Bloom (left) and Mrs. Roheit Shapiro.
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by ISABEL GRCVE
A goodly representation from
the University of Miami at the
engagement party honoring UM
students Ruth Brenda Garber,
education major, and Stewart Ira
Marcus in his senior year and a
member of the Varsity basketball
team More than 125 guests
streamed in and out of the Bay
Harbor Island home of the fu-
ture groom's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Irving L. Marcus, on Sun-
day, variously chatting, imbibing
and sampling the delicious hors
d'oeuvrcs Daughter of Shir-
ley and Burton (iarber, brunette
bride-elect glowed through the
afternoon in off-white semi-fitted
frock Her equally pretty
mother chose becoming hot pink.
and attractive mother of the
groom-to-be was in a grey silk
number Happy participants
in the festivities included cute
Susan. Ruth's teen-age sister,
their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Selig Garber, and Mr. Max Lu-
ber, of New Jersey, and Stewart's
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Starr Betrothed couple will
be wed June 26 at the Diplomat.
*
A gay and delightful party on
the eve of Valentine's Day when
Helen and Sam Barman e
tamed Sundaj In their hands
Seacoast Towers apartment .
Charming hostess chose a pe
slim black frock with ill
yoke for the occasion A;
guests were daughter Gladys w itn
spouse Kalph Kaplan, and
daughter, blond Arlene. and
hand Mel Frombcrg Also
Evie and David Roth, Mil
and Otto Sandman. Etta an I
Green, Bertha Phillips. Hetty
Al Harris. Bertie Curtis.
ence and Al Ellis. Mr. and
Max Bauer, and Chicagoans \
and Leo Slavick.
*
Joseph Pardo will be ringed
by family when he is honor,
a testimonial dinner dance a' lli^
Barcelona Hotel on Satin
Feb. 26 In addition to pretty
wife Doris, gathering will include
his mother and dad. Mr. and Mrs
I. J. Pardo. of the Surf Hotel. Mr
and Mrs. Stanley Saval, his sis-
Continued on Page 12-B
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installed officers of the "Over-28" Club of the YM
: Vv'HA of Greater Miami are (left to right) Hewitt D. Weiss,
sident; Dora Freedman. recording secretary; May Dropkin,
responding Secretary; and Fannie Levitt, vice president.
shown is Burton Dunn, treasurer.
Mrs. Leiter Again To
Head Heart Canvass
ntraent of Mrs. Chester
Leiter as Heart Sunday
hi of the 19ti(> Heart Fund
ol the Hi-art Association
iter Miami for the fourth
live year is announced by
in i. Meitus, Association

month long Heart Fund
.n began here and through-
nation on Fell 1, and
its high point on the week-
' rhursday, Feb. 17 through
' Sundaj. Feb. 20. In Dade
nty, the Heart Association of
Miami will have some 12.-
000 Heart Sunday volunteers go-
ing from door-to-door during the
Heart Sunday weekend.
In accepting the appointment.
Mrs Leiter said that "the Heart
and blood vessel diseases are still
the nations Number One health
enemies I believe that, if we can
firmly establish this fact in the
minds ol the residents of our com-
munity, they will recognize the
importance <>f putting tin- Heart
Fund at the top f their ni(t list-
for health."
Mis. Leiter has been active in
Heart Association activities for
over nine years Her husband is
also active in the Heart ASSOCU
tion, where Mrs. Leiter serves as
secretary and a member of tin-
Board of Directors.
Both Mr. and Mrs Leiter are
members of Israelite Center They
are parents of one son. Allan, and
daughter in law Sue. and the
grandparents of two baby girls.
$. CHISTtt U/Ttt
Rummage Sale
Senior Citizens of the Central
Branch. YM and WHA of Greater
Miami, are planning a rummage
sale with all proceeds going to
the Building Fund. Clean clothing,
household goods, furniture, appli-
ances and other merchandise are
needed for the event. Donations
may be brought directly to the
"Y." 8500 SW 8th St.
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Friday, .February
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At Myrtle Wreath Award ceremonies are (left dent; George Jessel. noted television and stage
to right1 Mrs. Norman Meyers, membership star; and Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, award re-
chairman; Eddie Fisher, internationally-re- cipient.
r.owned singer; Mrs. Nat Barth, chapter presi-
Capacity Crowd Sees Myrtle Wreath ****ii*wii**i
Award Presentation to Mrs. Grossinger
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger received
the Myrtle Wreath Award of
Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah
.: an annual membership meeting
: the chapter las; week in Miami
h Auditorium.
ard cited Mrs. Gross
er 'for her outstanding philan-
thropic, educational, civic and re-
>us acth ities "
George Jessel, noted television
and night club entertainer, pre-
sented the award to Mrs. Gros-
rii jer
Program included screen lum-
inaries. Eddie Fisher and 3obby
Breen: the popular piano and so-
prano team. Haim and Sarah
Fershko: and Cantor David Convis-
er and the Temple Beth Sholom
Choir.
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall and
Miami Beach Mayor Elliott Roo-
sevelt presented Mrs. Grossinger
with a golden key to the city.
Participating in the event were
10 Miami Beach Hadassah groups.
who participated in bringing in
new members and reenrolling old
ones.
Hadassah, the women's Zionist
Organization, sponsors the Hadas-
sah Medical Center at the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem, as well
as Youth Aliyuh Center.
The Beach rally here culminated
the year-round membership drive
here directed by Mrs. Norman
Meyers, vice president of the
chapter.
Mrs. Fred Jonas, past president
of the chapter, was presented with
an award "for her exceptional
contribution to both organization
and membership."
Mrs. Philip Thau, program vice
president of chapter, was chair-
man. Mrs. Nat Barth is president
of the organization, which includes
some 5.000 members.
Women's League for Israel will
hold a Puriffl party at the Mira
mar Recreation Center, 6700 Hal-
landale Beach Blvd.. on Wednes-
day noon. Mar. 2. Program "ill
include Israeli folk dancing by Ml
and Mrs. Abe Harperin.
Joan Ossip
Graduates With
Highest Honors
Heiene Ossip, wln> gradu-
ated magna cum laude irom the
Univarsitj <>i Miami en Jan. 31.
made Dean's List a^l through col
while concluding the four-
>ear course in three and a hall
;
The 21-year-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Otsip, 2020 SW lSlh
A\c.. Joan i- > member ol Phi
Kappa Phi, national universitj
hc-nacar) society; Kappa Delta Pi.
national education honor society:
Alpha 1-ambda Delta, national
iwomen*a hamrarj society; and the
Association for childhood Educa-
tion.
An honor graduate of Miami
Senior High. Joan served as presi-
dent of Tn-Alpha. scholastic hon-
orary society, secretary of Spanish
National Honor Society. secretary
of Future Teachers of America,
member of National Honor Society
and National Beta Honorary' Soc-
iety, service organization.
When Joan graduated from Pelh
David Religion.- School, she was
valedictorian of her class. She re-
ceived the Jacob and Adele Kap-
lan community award. Last year,
Joan was on the Sunday School
faculty of Temple Beth Am.
In 1963, Joan was presented to
Ambassador Avraham Harman at
the Ambassador's Ball.
At present. Joan is in a training
J04N OSSIP
program for "Head Start a ,
ject to teach culturally oissdi
taged children.
Ferdie Chairs Contest
Ainslee R. Ferdie has h
named zone chairman for Mia:
Coral Gables and South D,,
County in the annual Optimist I
atorical Contest op-n to
have not reached their 16th !>:;
day until after last Deci b
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THE NEGEV-ISRAELI FOLKLORE COMPANY
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Site ill be the Surfside Com"
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10 a.m. to 2 pm.
Mrs. Maurice Serotta will serve
as moderator of a panel discus-
sion, featuring George Giamptro,
director of admissions. University
of Miami: Dr. Catherine Walton,
district supervisor of guidance,
Dade County schools: George Loi-
sells. Dade County supervisor,
testing: and Harold Ruby, assis-
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Senior High.
Committee in charge includes
Mrs. Alice Giritlian. Mrs. Ruth
Zimmerman and Mrs. Fav Gold-
man, with Mrs. Donna Litowitz
serving as chairman of the day.
Mrs. Theodore Kipnis is PTA
president, and principal of the
school is Steve Moore
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Friday. February 18, 1966
*Jewisl> ftcridiicJin
Page 5-B
800 in Tribute
To Rudnicks Here
Final tally showed that mem-
bers Zionist Organization and Pioneer
Wen : roke all recorda for the
,,..,, .,,ii h\ purchasing i323.-
I in Israel Bonds at the "Chai '
Israel 1i niversary dinner last Sun-
day ; in at the Fontainoblwni
Hotel. Announcement of the rec-
ord breaking result* was made bj
Sam nstein, chairman ol the
committee oi patron-hosts.
Some 800 persons attended the
dinner, where Mr. and Mrs. Louis
B Kuonick "ere recipients of the
Israel reedom Medallion, pre-
sented 1" them by Israel's Econ-
omii linister to the United
States, Nachum Shamir
Program participants included
Rabbi Leon Kronish, chairman ot
H. Gr< ter Miami Israel Bond
Organ] ation; Dr Irving Lehrman;
and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz.
Cireeu' were extended by Mrs
Vnna 1 renner Meyers, chairman
r Israel Bond Women's Divi-
ithi r program participants
Dr. Simon Wilensky, Or.
i- nterman, Joseph P. Zuck-
, Joseph H Rudnick, son
oi die Ijonoree, and Mrs. Fred
,v
A highlight of the festivities was
the kindling of an 18-branchid
i n celebration of Israel a
i ersarj ol statehood.
i part in ceremony wen'
Mrs. Abram Fox, Mayshie
I Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
B > '. Mrs l.ayah Brown. Mr.
ai Mr Harry Chad. Mrs. Jacob
Cos .mil Mrs. Morris Dob-
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Filiiol Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
I i and Mrs. Samuel Gal-
i and Mrs. Morris Honig-
b M and Mrs. Aaron Kat7.
Re\ and Mrs Joseph Krantz. Mr.
and Mr- Joseph Kuluva. Mrs. Ida
Liftmai Mrs. Dora Olfenhenden.
Mrs s .., Platkin. Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Rovinsky, Mr. and Mrs.
Kal U. gner, and Mr. and Mrs. Os-
t Zeltzer.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rudnick were recipients of Israel's Free-
dom Medallion at the Labor Zionist and Pioneer Women
"Chai" Israel Anniversary dinner last Sunday night at the
Fontainebleau Hotel. From left are Sam Feinstein, chairman
of the committee of patron-hosts for the dinner; Israel's Eco-
nomic Minister to the United States, Nachum Shamir; Mr.
and Mrs. Rudnick; and Rabbi Leon Kronish, chairman of the
Greater Miam Israel Bond Organization.
Freedom Chapter Brotherhood Fete
50
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'SchuJchan Aruch' Talk
A i- md table discussion of
'Shukl Aruch" will be held dur
:iai Zion meeting slated
for Thursday, 8 p.m.. Feb. 24. at
Washington Federal. 1234 Wash
n Ave Discussion leaders of
the '-'re. Jewish books program
Chaim Rosen and Samuel
B i -
Freedom Chapter. B'nai B'rith
WOnien. was to hold a luncheon
meeting on Thursda) noon at Har-
bour House South
Talks in'observance of Brother-
hood Week were to be given by
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector. Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion; McDonald Wheeler Jones, at-
torney for CORE, NAACP presi-
dent in Miami and a member ol
the Human Relations Council and
Dr. Herbert Seamans. consultant
in human relations and intergroup
education to the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews
Chairing the program was to be
Nora Swan's
Paintings on View
Paintings by Nora Swan are
on view at the Atelier Galerie.
3435A Main Hwy.. Coconut drove.
The artist studied at Hunter Col-
lege in New York, as well as the
Art Student's I.-ague there
In 1962. she received a degree
in art education from the I'niver-'
sit> of Miami, and is currently
teaching in the Dade County school
system.
Her father. Leo Birchansky.
created many murals now hang-
ing m some of Miami's major
public buildings.
Mrs. Bernard Austein. Mr
ward Dlltkin is president.
Ho-
Hadassah D.C.
Representative
Will be Speaker
Airs. Raphael Tourover. Hart.is
sah Washington representative,
will be guest speaker at a brunch
and meeting of the Miami Chapter
of Hadassah on Monday at the
Skyways Motel. Audience will in-
clude board members of the chap-
ter and its 12 groups.
Mrs. Tourover, a member of Un-
American Food for Peace Council
and the Actions Committee of the
World Zionist Organization, is a
practicing attorney and a membe
of the District of Columbia Bar.
She serves as Hadassah Liaison
officer in the capitol, attending
briefings in the Stale Department
and other government agencies
Her arrival here follows her
most recent visit to Israel, where
she took part in an Actions Com-
mittee meeting. She also partici-
pated in the national Hadassah
mid-winter conference held in New
York City earlier this month.
Mrs Max SwartZ is president of
the Miami Chapter, and Mrs. Sam-
uel Steinberg is chairing the meet-
ing,
MRS. RALPH TOUROVER
Russian Jews on Agenda
"The Jews in Russia" was tl e
topic discussed by Max Goodman,
who recently returned from an ex-
tensive trip to Russia, before '
Chim Ivri. Hebrew-speaking group
ol North Miami Reach, on Tues-
day, 2 p m at Temple Ner Tamid.
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Friday. February 18, 1955
400 at Dedication Of Beth Israel

Taking a "break" from their labors are (left
j right) Mrs. Harry E. Wolk, Mrs. Morris
l.pp. Mrs. Aaron M. Reder. Mrs. Joseph L.
i nawmut and Mrs. Leo Levin as they plan the
second Great Society Luncheon of Sisteihood
.ew Country Club. Session was at the home
of Sisterhood president, Mrs. Seymour Silver-
man, 5070 N. Bay Rd., at a recent kick-off
party which some 125 members attended.
Mrs. Reder, chairman of the Mar. 16 luncheon,
outlined plans for fund-raising and entertain-
ment for the event.
Oneg Shabbat At Southgate Set This Weekend
Irs Joseph Rosenberg, presi- folk sonys will be offered by the Mr. and Mrs Ilymun Weisman. in
1 of the Southyate Group of Somite Choral Group in ob>er- honor of their recent marriage.
iassah. announces that an uneg vance of Jewis|) Mu,k. Mon,h
!>bat will be held on Saturday. Mrs. Ida Ghckson is hospitality
1 p.m.. in the Terrace Room. Angels of the day are Mr and chairman, and Mrs Henry Sch
"Irs Jack Chaisin. will review Mrs Clarence Wesson, horonring wartz, educational vice president,
reel as 1 Knew Him." Jewish their 57 wedding anniversary, and i> chairman of the .Ij>
A capacity crowd of over 400
persons filled the Banctuarj of
Beth Israel Congregation on Sun-
day afternoon for dedication cer-
monies ot Beth Israels new build-
ing at 770 W. 40th St. Tne dedi-
cation ceremony combined a me-
morial service for the six-million
Jews killed during the Nazi holo-
caust, as well as a prayer service
for the welfare of the Jews behind
the Iron Curtain.
Greetings were extended by
liablu Moshe lleveroni, dean of the
Hebron Yeshiva in Israel; Rabbi
S Kotler. president of the Beth
Medrash Gaxoah of Lakewood,
N.J; Rabbi Aaron Paperman. exec-
utive vice president of Telshe Ye-
Bhiva in Cleveland. O; and Rabbi
.1 Ralbag. of New York City, who
represented the Union of Ortho-
dox Rabbis.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross rep-
resented the Mesivta of Greater
Miami and the Hebrew Academy,
and Rabbi Sherwin StaulM'r rep-
resented Miami Beach Mayor El!i
ott Roosevelt, and other council-
men wh<> attended were D. Lee
Powell. Malvin Englander. and
Joseph Malek
Dedication ceremony also inclu-
ded .1 procession led by officer- of
the synagogue in which the Sefrei
Torahs were installed in the Ark
of the main sancturay and in 'he
Siegfried Bendheim Bet Hamed
rash Chapel. Evening service.
concluded the dedication
Some 2ou persons attended tr.-
gala dedication dinner in th.
Rogue's Harry N. Schwart.
torium.
Hyman Kolko was chairman r
the evening, and the main adrtre..
was delivered by Rabbi Bcrei
Wein. spiritual leader of the cor.
yivation. Maurice Goldnn- W1,
chairman of the Dedication Com
mittee. and Max Gutmann was
chairman of the diner committee
Moses J Grundwerg is pr.
of the congregation.
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Drama League
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he Drama League of Greater
ami will meet at the home of'
S. Robert Swartburg. Flaming
7 to finalize plans for the sec
:i annual Acorns Awards Ball to
held Sunday. Feb. 27. in the
'.poleon Room of the Deauville
el at 7 p.m.
Plans for the formal ball call for
sic by Jerry Twichell and his
rhestra.
Heading the committee for the
.1 are Mrs. Harry Simone. pres-
et ; chairmen. Mrs G e orse
- arn and Mr- Ivy Thayer; co-
. airmen, Mr. Charles Cinna
Mr Jordan Davidson
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Ze> Bufman, Mrs Ben Cohen
- Baron de Hirsh Meyer, Ml -
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- l.ouis Glasser, Mi s Seyi
Mrs, Samuel Kulok, Mrs.
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Friday. February 18. 1966
knisti f/rrMH&n
Fcqe
ad Mrs Morris Newmark, owners of the Tides Hotel in
iiami honored at th nt Con-
the American Histadnit Development Foundation
I .day night at the Fcntainebleuu Hotel. Th*>y announced
55 000 to H ladrul at l! e me g el icon and
. teade Pictured Clef! to righ) are Dr. S ex-
liut Fcundn;icn. Un:l i I .
cry o{ r ] bn I. i Mrs. '....-.
' ': -. Anna Brennei Meyer-, co-chairman ol the h >st comi littee,
made the presentation. Seme 250 delegates ircm through-
the U.S. attended the conference.
Dade Official
To be Speaker
Mrs S} Reese, president of the
.tli Dade Eleanor Roosevelt
apter, Women's Division. Amer-
,iii Jewish Congress, announces
at Mis Betty Lou Barbieri. di-
ector Of community resources of
e Economic Opportunity Pro-
. am nt Pade County, will discuss
The Fairs of Poverty in Pade
tinty" at an open meeting
iday, Feb. 24. 8:15 D m in th
Hall of the NE Floridian
' 145 i NE ;7::!h St North
I i ach,
film "The Fasl I Have
ated by Melvyn
. id produced by the
. a Society, will be
i i ; he e\ i ning will be
and Mrs
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to Mrs Irving
.dent
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. Mrs Russell
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Friday, February 18, 1966
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JUST FOR HARRY
The sun came out on Harry Simonhoffs birth-
day. Use had been afraid of rain and cold; so
there was a tent in the hack for guests who
spilled out of the house, but it really wasn't nec-
essary, On one ol the pages of the his birthday
cake book. Hair ywas wished a happy birthday: on
the opposite side was the list of books he has
written -- "Under Strange Skies." Jewish No-
tables in America," "Saga ot American Jewry No
Jewish Participation in the Civil War. The
Chosen one" and "Abram Journeyed." Among
the guests were Mr. and Mrs Arnold Greenfield
and a small assortment of their children. Mr and
Mrs. Sam Goldstein. Rabbi and Mrs. M a y e r
Abramowitz, Mr. and Mrs. S II. Leslie. Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lachman,
Mr. and Mrs Daniel Ncal Heller. Edna Wal-
kowsky and her mother. Mrs. Ike Walkowsky.
Mr, and Mrs. Maurice Serotta and Mrs. Isaac
Levin, Mr and Mrs Ha, old Thtirman. Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Rosichan, Mr and Mrs. Samuel Sim-
ft. and Rachel and Michael Simonhoff, who
had their cute little Deans with them. Then
re were Mi and Mrs. Sidney Ansin, Mr. and
Mrs. L. '.art/man. Sherna Simonhoff,
I Joseph nblum and his art-
i-i i rhe sun ... ist 200 pi ople
Harry- birthday.
ALL GAUL IS DIVIDED INTO THREE PARTS
\ b I Frank
ry Club They had
Muriel and her husband.
. the fifth weddin anniver-
Barbara and her husband, R
er Shatanoff, and the 35th wedding anniversarj
te eWei Varon Shatanoff's, who are visit!
m Connecticut Among guests were Mr. and
Mrs Charles Held and Mrs. Dora Horowitz. Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Raffel, Mrs David Silverman,
..: IK an Lederfeind, who is visiting from Yon-
kers, N.Y., and Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Harris. A
triple celebration tripled the fun.
NOW THEY HAVE A JUDY
Mildred and C'apel Ascher are all aglow
these days. Their niece. Judy Peinberg, of Seat-
tle. Wash., has come to stay with them and at-
tend the University of Miami, taking a journal-
ism course Judy is both pretty and smart, a de-
lightful combination to have around the house.
FROM ST. LOUIS
The guests of honor were from St. Louis.
Harry Markow and Mrs Lillian Grand, at a din-
ner given by Birdie Curtis at the c rystal House
The color- were yellow and white at the dinner
table and red and black for the cards used later
at the card tables. Among guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Da\id Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Blume, Mr.
and Mrs. Simon Fisher. Mr. and Mrs Al Greene,
Mr and Mr- Sam Berman. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Kippel, and Dr. and Mrs. M Sixers.
BACK HOME AND HAPPY
Mi and Mrs Maurice Cans just returned
from Brookline, Mass Their daughter. Susan.
wife of Dr. Norman 1 Krinskv. has made them
grandparents tor the second time. Adam Daniel
is Hit' newcomer's name Sistei s name is Lisa
Ellen
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WHO SAID MEETINGS WEREN'T FUN?
Everyone wore their best bib and tucker at
the Shore Division meeting of National Council
of Jewish Women's luncheon at Westvelw Conn-
trj Club Vidal Sassoon haircuts were much in
evidence The girls looking adorable who were
wearing them included Debi (Mrs. Larry) Hoff-
man. Robbie t.Mrs. Harry) Fisher, Maria Mrs
Kenneth) Bern, and Marlene Mrs. Bernard. Ep-
worth. And these girls were very i>u-> Lillian
(Mrs. Marki Roth. Molly (Mrs. William) Altman.
Barbara iMrs Marvin) Haven. Elaine 'Mrs Philip)
Bloom, Arlene (Mrs Martin) Kahn, and Prances
Irs Hyman) Krieger, being sociable with vis
iting members from Ba> Division at her table
Top Brass from Section included Mis Julie!
Hart Burk, Mrs Raymond Rubin, Mr-. Harold
opold Schwartz ..:;>! Mr- Jack
THE TWENTIES CAME ROARING
TO WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB
Banjos wenl strolling du
al the "Roi Tv
ner pat tj al Wesl i 'lub S
bers came in real i of the era
i rs and stra< Iressi i
ing cute were Pelicia and Dr Richard Deu
Charlene and James Meyer, Dr Harold Rand and
his Goldye, and Miriam and Bill VVeintraub Sam
Priedland and Roz doing the Charleston. Among other members
having a good time were Dr. Al Levin and his
party. Tom and Artie Kraut/ and their spouses,
Mr and Mrs Herbert Kern. Mr ami Mrs Joseph
Sachs, and Mr and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt.
HEARTS AND FLOWER
Among the many parties given for Del-ie
Lipton who married Ira Weiner last Saturday at
Westview Country Club was one by Frilzi Su-
bin the first to be held in the new Rendevous
Room of the Sea Coast Towers South. Delsie,
in pink chiffon, carried a white rose heart-shaped
nosegay presented by her hostess, Mary (Mrs.
Harold) Wynn as a special favor, sang three love
songs. Among guests were the grooms parents
and relatives, parents of the bride, Felice and
Samuel Lipton, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rose, Mr
and Mrs. Alex Kogan. and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Lipton. Mrs. Lipton. incidentally, also gave a
luncheon for Delsie at the David William Apts.
Frances Lehman
At Mellah Mother tribute luncheon of the Southeastern Florida
Region, Women's American ORT, held recently at the Deau-
ville Hotel, Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt (left\ national vice presi-
dent, presents a tiophy to Mrs. Eva Shapiro, Icenter), "Meliah
Mother of the Year." Looking on is Mrs. Florence Ku
man, region president.
FOR JACKIE GLEASON
Gotham Mayor Lindsay Honorary Dinner Chairman
New York City Mayor John V.
Lindsay has been named honorary
vice chairman of the B'nai B'rith
Youth Services dinner honoring
.'ackie Gleason. it was announced
this week. The dinner will be held
'<: the Fontainebleau Hotel on
Sunday evening. Mar. 13.
Members of the Dinner Commit-
tee include:
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Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary National Commandei
Margaret C. Burke Uhird from left; pays an official visit to
chapters and veterans hospitals in the State of Floridc
is show receiving "red carpet treatment" at Miami Interna-
tional Airport. Greeting Mrs. Burke are (left to right) Mrs. A.
Henry Kaufiman, commander of Miami Beach-Surtside Chap-
ter 23 Auxiliary Unit; and Mrs. Marie Waldman. of Hialeah,
national chairman for VA Hospital Volunteer Service. Loo
ing on is Air Stewardess Roni Romano. Miami Beach-Su:
Chapter will host the department convention at the DiLido Ho-
tel in June.
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TOO Will Help
Hobermans Mark
25th Anniversary
Silver wedding anniversary of
Surfside Councilman and Mrs.
Louis Hoberman will he cele-
brated by 700 persons a( two di-
li rent occasions this month.
The Hobermans will host a
party for 400 persons after the
Surfs Musii Societj Concert on
8 p.m in Surfside Corn-
Center
Tin- next night. Monday. Feb.
Happiness Committee ol
I he irge Gi : shw in Lodge pf the
of Pythias will have an-
i part) for tin- Hobermans at
!> p.m., in Surfside Community
Center, with 300 persons attend-
in'.;
By the time their 25th wedding
anniversary rolls around, Feb. 23.
the> -.nil tnej thought they would
In- iuo tired from so many parties
In do any further celebrating."
Parents of one daughter, Bar-
bara Inez. 22. who was married
J^-; December to Richard Solo-
m the Hobermans live at 9065
i Ave The couple have lived
i! Surfside for the past io jears,
ai d ve been Dade Countj rest-
.ince 1945
i met blind date ir>
Hai rd, C ( .is \ isitin i> with rela
i>M week I : e sin i et n ned
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J 'i leal Semin-
id cssed a pe-
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ij \ ening.
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- un Schuchter & Gitel Stein
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On Screen
The Oriyinal Story ol
fiddler On The Root
1 THY A AND HiS DAUGHTERS"
starring
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13S WASHINGTON AVE.
n*'P Cont lions m
Evi-n.ng
(0* From 1:30 p.m. I -||
Mr
Beth Am Women's
Discussion Group
Beth Am Sisterhood book dis-
cussion group will meet Thursday,
9:49 a.m.. Feb. 24. at the home
ol Mrs. Jesse A. Blum. 1314 San
Remo.
The Idiot." by Fyodor Dostnev-
sky. will be discuss: d
Mrs. I'hillip Brass and Mr- Mur-
ray I.ipinsky arc in charge of ar-
inents.
MR. AND MRS. LOUIS HOBERMAN AT HOME.
New library at YMHA
A new library containing books
'){ interest for all ages from tiny
tots to senior citizens will open at
he Central Branch of the Greater
Miami YM and WI1A A special
section of the librarj is being set
aside for books in Yiddish and
iv. Miss Syd Skolsky, direc-
tor Ol cultural ails, has urge I In
terested members to participate
either by volunteering to become
librarians for a ie-\ hours during
eek or bj supplying books
which maj be ol u -. in the library.
n i civic orgai ?a
is president ol
Socii ty, a
- i 1959. an ;
nder oi the
1 Lodge ol the
tal ntt inu-
ayed th
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with
< r lwr husband
s irfside Cham-
class She lias
showings at Chase
in | Lo hi oi Surf-
in Theatre.
Leukemia Day
Lcncheon Slated
he 53rd year ol the
I Hope, Miami Beach I
ler will hold its annual Leukemia
ij I incheon a noon. Wi dnes i i
in the Fontainebleau Hotel.
( nder the t hairmanship ol Mrs
Kantcr and Mrs Cj Plasky,
... Hank Meyer, public re-
- i ounselor lor the Citj ol
B< .nli. ill be honored.
,i>. ompanied bj Sam Lane
and Ins Merrymakers will be fea-
tured, and a a jet trip for two to
Israel with a wick's stay ai the
new Tel Aviv Hilton will be pre-
sented.
Ail proceeds support the pilot
Mmical Center's programs ol free
patient can-, research and post-
graduate education.
Mrs Max Ambowitz is ticket
chaii man.
Junior Choir
To be Presented
On Thursday evening, Feb. 17. '
Junior Choir of Temple Sinai ol
North Hade was to present excerot
from the musical score on "Fid-1
dler on the Hoof."
Program was to be presented to
Ihe Golden Age Club Of North
Miami Beach at the Summit Boom
North Miami Beach City Hall
Mrs Daniel M Lowy will offer
the narration.
Members of the Junior Choir in-
clude Siis;in Sw Ut, Mai lenc Ja
Judah Lowy, Alan Brown, Jeri
Rodstein, Francine Jaye, Joel Lip
ton, Susan Birnbach, Connie
ler, Jack Woo!. Benita Brown, !
Rodstein, Hilarj Gitlitz, Patti
il i .in. Harriet < 'ooke, Ren -e
Shafran, Ronald Manner, Sheri
JaRo, Rita Yasmer, S> 1\ ia
mer, Alice Yasmer, and David
Wei -pi,hi.
Belle Barth
Set at DoreY
Belle Barth returns to take over
i the starring spotlight at Dore's
(Restaurant and Lounge on Thurs-
lay evening, Feb. it
Fresh from another of her suc-
cessful conceit tours. Miss Barth
i now features an augmented re-
pertoire of new hilarity, songs and
the traditional Barthian Tales.
Most of the special material 'n
her recently-recorded comedy al-
bum will be included in Miss
Barth's nightly shows at Dore's.
MARLON
BRANDO
SMSP/FGEL'S
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Rabbi Lehrman
In Book Review
Mrs Herbert s. Shapiro, presi-
dent, Sisterhood ol Temple
Emanu-El, and Mrs, Harold .1
Brooks. I'TA. president, announced
thai the two organizations arc co-
sponsoring another Book ol the
Brunch club which began Wednes-
day.
Dr Irving Lehrman reviewed
"The Source.'' by James Michcncr.
current best seller. Brunch was
served at io a.m. Session took
place in the temple No. Branch
Bldg., "Till St. and Dii kens Ave-
nue.
Second Book of Ihe Brunch Club.
Will be held on Mar. 30th, and the
final hook review will be held on
Apr 27th.
Book of the Brunch Club is part
ol the adult education program of
Temple Km.mu-KI. Mrs. Philip F.
'Thau and Mrs Alvin S. Cawn are
co chairmen of the sei ies,
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Friday, February 18. 196:
j-ranccs man
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
She's 75 years young, one of the favorite hostesses at the
Miami Beach Servicemen's Center, their very own Etta
(Mrs Harrj Stemple. Etta was born in New York City, a
sedate little -irl who loved to sew for her dolls Later, the
family move to Philadelphia, where Etta graduated from
the high school at 17th and Pine. She lost her mother early.
and was a BIOS! devoted daughter to her father who lived to
age 94 Etta always loved hats and made them her life's
work She was with Judkin and McCormick for 20 years as
a milinarj designer. Always photogenic she has appeared in
many pictures featuring hats of her own creation.
Before the St em pies moved
here ten years ago. Etta filled her
bedroom with all of her hats,
called in her friends, and gave
them away. Because of her devo-
tion to her father, she met her Har-
ry later in life and the spinster and
the bachelor were married and
have had a story book marriage
ever since They had been to Mi-
ami Beach many times for vaca-
tion and decided that when Harry
retired, they would come here to
live, They kept their word: he was
retired one week when they moved
here ten years ago. In New York.
they were both active in the War
Veterans so t h e y attended a
meeting of JWV Tost 330 when they settled themselves
When volunteers were asked for. Etta raised her hand
and has been raising it ever since. She is recording scretary
for the Miami Beach Senior Citizens, recording secretary
of the Sisterhood of Beth David, belongs to the South
Shore Citizens Association and the Biscayne Democratic
Club among her activities. She has worked as a senior host-
ess at the Servicemen's Center for nine years, and is proud
.il her trophy for perfect attendance. Recently, despite a bro-
ken arm. Etta came to the Center with her arm in a sling
to cover her shift she is chairman of Post 330's party
programs for buys in service, and she goes to the Veterans
Hospital, where she works in the Mental Ward.
Etta likes people, and she likes "to do" for them.
Whenever collecting is necessary. Etta makes the rounds in
her neighborhood with the jingling tin can. It's nice having
a husband who enjoys doing for others too. and Harry is al-
ways al her side. Pour years ago, Harry got a yen to visit his
- -< i whom he hadn't seen in over 23 years. The Stemplers
traveled by bus to California It's an ideal way to travel, ac-
ting tn Etta. You see everything. Since then, they have
le other bus trips, and are looking forward to still main
n Etta doesn'l like to sit: so in between meetings and
w irk as a volunteer, the Stemples are busy with friends.
ying cards pinochle for Harry and canasta for Etta.
IS} schedule should be an inspiration to all who feel
has little meaning as one grows older.
Chantilly Lace
For Bride Here
\ short frock of cream colored
chantilly lace over candlelight or-
ganza and a crown of pearls with
short veiling was worn by Hazel
llutter Daniels. 1231 NW 179th
Tor for her marriage on Sunday.
Feb. 13. to Sanford I. Leventhal,
of Miami.
Serving as junior attendants
were the bride's son and daughter.
Jeffrey Marshall Daniels and
Sheri Robins Daniels. Matron of
honor was Mrs. Joan Levine, with
Howard Levine as best man.
The garden ceremony, with Rab-
bi Herbert Baumgard officiating.
was held at the home of the bride's
cousins. Mr and Mrs. Michae
Shacter, of 5885 sw 99th Ter. A
champagne reception for 70 guests
followed the afternoon nuptials.
The bride is the daughter of
Irving Hutter and the late Jeanne
Hutter, of Elmhurst, L.I. and New
York. Her bridegroom is the son
of Mrs. Lena Leventhal and the
late Joseph Leventhal, of Boston
and Miami Beach
A graduate of Fashion Institute
of Technology in New York City,
new Mrs leventhal is now em-
ployed as designer and color co-
ordinator for Artistic Textiles
Printers, Miami. Her husband at-
Agress, Kalish
Plan Marriage
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Agr si
SW 61st Ave announce I
gagemenl of their daughter
Ann. to Mark David Kalish. son >
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard J Kalish.
So. Miami.
Miss Agress is a graduate
Miami Senior High and is prese
ly attending Newcomb College
Tulane University, wh?re she is i
junior She is a member ol Al|
Epsilon Phi, social sorority,
participant in the Tulane schol;
and fellows program, and
heart of Alpha Epsilon Pi -
fraternity.
Mr. Kalish is a graduate
Southwest Miami Senior Hi
will receive a degree in June fro
Tulane University, where he i-
member of Alpha Epsilon Pi. -
ial fraternity, the Tulane !'
Medical Society, and is repr
tiveat-large on Tulane's Pan H
Ionic Council Judicial Commit'1
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MRS. SANfORD lEVfNTHAl
tended Harvard
Massachusetts
University
in
Lyttons Reveal
Karen's Troth
Dr. ami Mrs. Louis G. Lytl
Miami Beach, anonunce th
The couple will live in Miami gagemenl of their daughter K
where they are building a home Louise, to Richard David I
"" Mm of Mr and Mrs Law re I
Margulies, Russin Exchange Vows
ETTA
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AIRS. Jtfmr MARCUUti
Tlfcr "is" a tliflVr in flowers Irij ours!
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Dora Stein
Sale Tuesday
Dora stem Sisterhood ol Is-
raelite Center will have a regular
lay, 8 p m in the
al Hall.
A white elephant and home
e sale will follow Mi
Al Zisman is i hairman Pro
go to the Religious School
Sponsors are Mrs Edward Sch
lussler and Mrs. David Pollock,
The marriage of Miss Judith
Ann Russin, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Lester A Russin, and Jef-
lit> R Margulies. son of Mr and
Mrs George Margulies, of Daven-
port, la., took place Saturday, Feb.
12, at Wcstviow Countrv Club
Rabbis Joseph R Narot and Mor-
ris Graff officiated at the candle-
light ceremony.
Given in marriage bj her father,
the bride wure a full II
gown of imported silk brocade.
with a high neck, a discrete bow
al the natural waistline, long poinl
ed sleeves, and featuring a s;.iit
paneled watteau train. Her head-
rest was a draped pillbox ot the
same brocade covered by a fin-
gertip veil of French silk illusion
She carried her Bible covered bj
a dramatic arrangement of three
white orchids and stephanoti.-.
Bridal attendants wen- Marlene
Snyder, maid of honor. Mrs Mich-
ael Russin, Mrs David Russin, Jan
Margulies, and Julie Russin. flow-
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Robert Maruulio served as his
brother's best man, with Dr Mich-
ael Russin ami Dr. David Russin
the bride's brothers, Di
sky and Steve Chaikei
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Miami Beach High She atti
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liEMBERS of the Aviva Group
" di Hadassah presented their
husbandi in "Maid in Japan."'
an orig. al show, last Saturday
evening I Temple Beth Am. Din-
ner proceeded the show, and
dancing followed the musical
comedy
Chairmen for the evening were
Mrs, Ltonard Herman and Mrs.
Leonart Davidson. Mrs. Her-
man's black two-piece cocktail
suit was hand-crocheted with a
-c.illopt: hemline and black fox
cuffed eeves A lace like hand-
crochet* .: pattern was Mrs.
Da\ idso. choice worn over a
sand i" g< silk sheath. President
>| the group, Mrs. Fred Stone,
u >re lack and gold brocade
ktai -nit with a black silk,
sc top* d eck blouse
The iental motif influenced
Mrs Martin's ensemble. Her
black k sheath had its own
. coat with the high man-
i.in lar. Mrs Bernard Mand-
ler's c mpagne-colored brocade
. semb featured a matching
.1 bi ted at the natural waist-
lii e Bi cade was also the choice
\ii Sol Meyers >n. Her cock-
as in Chinese red and

lul^S -.. ;l Von Zamft, musical
*" Ctor i>i the show, wore
\ ill navj blue lace
ver a full accordion
atetl chiffon skut. Mrs. Bern-
director oi the show.
lack silk cocktail en-
- nbl ith her jacket, featuring
Inch fell into a cape ef-
e Oriental influence
- carrie I through with
. n in her hair.
Mrs Marshall Feuer selected
ivine lored satin cocktail suit
e face framing Eliza-
lar. A brown wool cock-
ith an aqua blouse was
- en i Mrs. Bert Schild. Mrs.
ix Ji bson cho-e a >lee\. b >s
i lai e -cktail sheath
i ich mi hand-embroidered
see.i pearls scattered
r Mrs 51 it \ Gilbert's
ion nil had a
matching colored full-length peau
de soie coat in a double-breasted
style. Emerald green and black
combined in the brocade cock-
tail suit worn by Mrs. Harold
Pomeranee. A powder blue knit
suit with a matching colored
print blouse was the choice of
Mrs. Robert Sterling.
The perpetual favorite of black
and white was combined by Mrs.
Blair Zimmett. Her cocktail suit
was of black lace over white with
long, modified lantern sleeves.
Mrs. Abe Smukler wore blue chif-
fon at the neckline of her lemon
yellow sheath. Mrs. Julie Free-
man's black wool sheath featured
the bateau neckline. Mrs David
Bendell topped her black, long-
sleeved wool sheath with a full-
length leopard coat. The shell
bodice was worn with Mrs. Eddie
Ketchin's aqua beaded knit suit.
A turquoise silk ensemble with
white inserted at the neckline,
was worn by Mrs. Herman Feld-
m.'in
*
kJKS. Sy ECogan's black and
" white silk sheath had an in-
teresting oriental print. Mrs.
Harold Malt/, selected a blou.-on
overblouse to wear with her black
Mexican knit suit. Silver-grey
was the color of the silk cocktail
ensemble worn by Mrs. Sid Ef-
ronson,
Mrs Ed Bramson chose a
black silk sheath. Mrs. Sid Sbreer
was in black in a satin cocktail
suit with a white satin collar.
Mrs Jules Brill added a white
silk organza blouse to her green
silk suit. A royal blue knit suit
with a matching coat was worn
by Mrs. Albert I.evine Mrs. Mar-
rey Rudnick's choice for the eve-
ning of tun was a black and
white beaded cocktail suit.
Melvin Vli-ti
MISS ROBIN SHEFFMAN
Anne Frank
Chapter Meeting
B'nai B'rith Women. Anne Frank
Chapter, held a regular meet
ing on Tuesday noon at the Park
Lane Cafeteria, 2155 Coral Way.
Barnev Corenstein. assistant di-
Robin Sheffman
Betrothal Told
Mrs. Samuel Sheffman. 1420
16th St.. announces the ei
ment of her daughter. Robin Ellen,
to Joseph P. Baiack, son o: Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel B. Barack. Pitts-
burgh, Pa.
The bride-elect, also the
daughter of the late Samuel Sheff-
man, is a graduate of Miami Beach
High and will graduate from the
University of Miami with a Bache-
lor of Arts degree in June
She is president of Delta Phi
Epsilon Sorority, a member of
Panhellenic Council, and of the
honor program.
Her fiance also attends the Uni-
versity of Miami, and will gradu-
ate with a Bachelor of Business
Administration degree in June.
He served as a member of the in
terfraternity Council, president of
Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity, and is
| currently "Big Brother"' of Delta
Phi Epsilon.
Temple tmanu-Ef Players
Temple Emanu-El Players will
present a musical show based OH
Sholom Aieichem stories at Bel
Moshe Congregation on Saturday
evening.
rector of the Anti-Defamation
League, spoke on the Californ-
ia survey on anti-Semitism and the
hate groups in Florida.
Camp Ocala
Gathering Sunday
The 12th annual camp get-to-
gether for Camp Ocala campers,
friends. lamiiics and prospeeth >
camper:- :- scheduled fos Sunday
at the Mosningside Park Pool >
Miami.
It will be a "Shindig a-Go-Go."
with a live rock and roll band.
Also on the program are a tram-
poline exhibition, swimming and
boating
Camp Ocala, located in the hill*
of Urna tills, Fla begins Its 13tn
year of camping with addition of
a "schoolat-camp program de
signed to help youngsters wita
reading or math.
Also included will be a course .->
instrumental music and Hebrew
and Bar Mitzvah training.
The regular camping program
stressing athletic and cultural .. i-
tivities will continue as usual.
Symposium on Religion
"Is Religion Vanishing" was the
subject for the Temple Ner Tamid
month!) symposium on We
day evening. Discussants were
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Friday. February 18. 1966
I
Makina final plans at a meeting at the home Giiler, president of the Miami Beach Zionist
- f Mr and Mrs Albert E. Ossip to discuss the District; Morris Simon, honorary president oi
Southeast Region Board oi Governors meet- the Miam-Gables Zionist District; and Max
xa at the Fontainebleau Hotel this weekend Farness, president of the Miami-Gable- Dis-
re Celt to riant) Gil Rappqpoit. executive di- trict. Jacques Torczyner, national president of
ector' Isaac Donen, president of the Brandeis the ZOA, will be speaker at the luncheon of the
Zionist District of Miami Beach; Shimon Yal- Board of Governors on Sunday, 1 p.m.
;on, Israel Consul to the Southeast U.S.; Ben ^_____.
Land Project
Near Palm Beach
Plans for the largest diversified
md enterprise on Florida's East
oast were revealed in Royal Palm
leach last week Involving a S100
nillion program for the 85-square-
le Ro al Palm Beach area prop-
ned by Royal Palm
B< ach Colonj Inc., or other in
estors h adc I bj Samuel Fried-
and, Food Fair board chairman.
[r |ng i o an, presidi nt of Ro;
l Palm Beach Colony. Inc. an
land were hosts to a lunch
in and new- conference the
hich the plans were announced
Cowan and a panel of his as-
sociates described in detail a
program including acreage de-
velopment and sales, condomin-
|jm and single-family resi-
lience*, and the launching of the
large* citrus operation in
Southeast Florida.
(MIDLAND
COWAN
in-
Ill.'
or
ials
s ea-t to its west bonndar
.ropertv extends north front
. hwaj io an irregular patten
r nine milea." Royal I ;<>
said
one of the most importanl dis
losures. adn I by st
,nd county officials a- i I
dgnificance to Florida's ecaaomy.
vas the plan lor developing Hie
:itrus operation
cowan revealed that a l2.oon
ICre portion of the land. COMail
me million trees,
i is the soon-to-be-completed Kennedy Kcuse,- 16-story
.igh-iise apartment building going up in North Bay Village on
.<= 79th St. Causeway. Kennedy House, being built by Mill-
ion Construction Company of Miami Beach, 's s;x week
head oi schedule, according to Mert Millman, president of
: The building, tallest in the area, will
ave 230 one-and-two-bedroom apartments.
SE Zionist Board
Meet Scheduled
Leon May. of Nashville. Terni..
president ol the Southeast Region
of the Zionist Organization of
America, has anounced thai the
i, gion's Board oi Governors will
hold it-, first meeting oi the new
at the Pontainebleau Hotel
this weekend
Highlight will be the lunche in
on Sunday. 1 p.m., in the French
Room of the Pontainebleau, when
- i orczyner, national |
i| the Zioi i anization ol
address lo< al Zionist
i in Fridaj evei in Brai
th( IA will host
i .it Temple N'er I
id. Maurice Zarctsky and I.-aac
Donen are in charge ol an
- Business session w di i
at li! a in.. Sunday morning, | e
ng the lunchi
Torczyner will discuss "Zionist
Responsibility tor Todaj
Participating in a forum will he
past presidents of the S< uth
easl Region ZOA: Israel Freiden,
ol St. Augustine; Harry Jaffe, ol
Birmingham; Robert A Per-: j.
Augusta; and Michael Adilman.
Savannah; ami a past national
president <>i the ZOA, Mortimer
May.
Rabbi David Shapiro, ol Hollj
wood, chairman ol the Hoard o!
Governors ol the Southeast R<
ol the ZOA, will preside at the
Sunday morning business session
Also participating in the weekend
ng will he Dr Irving Lehr-
man, oi Temple Bmanu-El, Miami
ing more than or
The land comprises some 55.00. will he completely planted by lau
leres lying directly west of tin 1968
ities of Palm Beach and West Thuee processing plants are pro-
'aim Beach It i* nearly 50 pei I ,clHd as a part of the operation,
:ent larger than the sizable traC acc0rding to Friedland, a pack
ecentl> purchased by the Dlsne> ing p|ant and a chilled juice plant
interests near Orlando Dy \m~ and a concentrate plant
The extent of the development ompleted bj 1970 t ncdland gave
in the fact that alS25 mUlion as a conservative esl
s emphasized
motorist drives along is High
vav 98 for 12 miles to travel from
JOSEPH PARDO
Sephardic Center
Plans to Honor
Former President
Member* and friend* i>! the
Sephardic Jewish Center w ill
Beach, a national vice president gather to pay tribute to Joseph
ol the ZOA; Albeit E Ossip, chair-
man of the Greater Miami ZOA
President's Council: and Jack
Becker, oi Jacksonville, vice presi-
dent lor the state oi Florida,
Renowned Tenor
Due at Cinema
Pardo at a testimonial dinner
dance Saturday, Feb 26, 7 p.m.,
at the Barcelona Hotel announced
Rev sa,ii Nahmias, spiritual lead-
er ol the congn gation,
Pardo, a founder and trustee of
the congregation, i- a past presi- >
mate oi the total citrus Investment
and predicted an eventual annual
production worth SK.4O0.000
Florida Commissioner of Ag-
riculture Coyle Conner said he
is "delighted" to hear abou* the
ci'rus operations projected for
the Royal Palm Beach area, and
stated it will be "one of the larg-
est groves in the entire state
and certainly the largest in
soi'hcast Florida."
dene Genola enl
ion firm tails < a ie<
ol unique i -,111111111 "villas
. rsl ol which 1- aln ad> b<
plcted b> hi comi ai j 1
... '
e 1 xpanded villa e bj \ illi e,
... 1 al of I the
..r tial develop
the state, and have an ul
ite population of some 301 11
people if the plan 1* develop) d I 1
est powei
, he com e| ; for the condomin
i'..ni villages was created bj Victoi
Grucn, oi Los Angeles, New York,
and 1 hie;
ten, v. In is cui rentl> in Eu-
rope workii 01 e\ ral ei
prises, was represented at the con-
ference bj John II Beyer, hi* as.
.te m charge of design.
The plan for laying out an in-
itial three sections of land 1 i20
es) Into acti and a quarter tracts
was outlined bj Robert Rich, pres
Ident ol Royal Palm Beach Acres,
Inc., the realtj firm which has re-
centlj been named international
-ale* agent for all phases of the
Royal Palm Beach operation.
dent ol the Center He I* vice presi-
dent ei the North Shore Optimists,
Alan Chester, world lamed tenor ;l member "' the Board of Di-
who is currently liturgical musical rectors '" ''" Zionist Organization,
conductor and director for opera ;""' '" "" tne ,lui,l,in- Committee
star Richard Tucker, has been held "'' ""' ":"!r Countv l!:"' Associa-

over for a second week at Leon
Schachter's < inema Theatn
Washington Ave.
A soloist for live years with Can
1 le R isenblatt, Chester also
marked the bright years ol New
York radio where for several years
tie appeared on the "Jewish
Swing" show with the Harry Sis-
ters as well a* sparking four in
dividual radio shows ol his own.
l!-' ntly toured with the
nbia Opt ra Company, Ches-
ter began his career at the a
The Beth Am Players will present "A Family Affair," musical
omedy depicting a Jewish weddinq, on Saturday and Sunday
evening, Feb. 19 and 20, and Feb. 26 and 27, at 3:30 in the
Temple Social Hall. Cast stars Paul Leopold and Ccrol Albert
:i the leads, with Herb Brite, Alayne Feldman and Al Lewis in
-nd leads. Others in the cast are Esthern Stern. Thelma
Hchreer, Margaret Suozzo, Mae Stein, Bert Albert, Lois Pomer- ;' wnen he made his theatrical de
-ntz. Pauline Lewis, and Dr. Stanley Wellin~. Pictured above '!!.', '"..""' on-l"i'1 companj ol
re Ellen Wellins. musical director; Murray Birchansky, di- w, L i, ."''l ,i.'pi "''"'?''! Lo.uis
-ector; Marlene Berg, choreographer; and Ivlarvm Stem" pro- ^^J^^SS^JSTl^
uc*r' line Lord in "Launzi" and with
George Jessel In the original "Jaz7 tickets.
Singer "
Ifl addition to an all star vaude-
ville bill, the all new show which
Ner Tamid Sisterhood will hold sold all day Monday. Bazaar chair- begins Friday, will feature the Yid-
tion.
A Miami attorney, Pardo is a
member of the Dade County and
Florida Bars, American Trial
Lawyers Association and has
been admitted to practice before
the Supreme Court of the United
States. He lives on Miami Beach
with his wite, Deris, and chil-
dren, Michele, Alissa, Je.'.rey
and Stevan.
' ic Sayah, president of the
ion, said that the pro-
ceeds ol the dinner will be usi d
for expansion of the Center and
construction ol school classes
^ In charge ol arrangements are
Eli Quain, chairman; Sam Gor-
man, co-chairman; David Arditti
Ner Tamid Ladies Annual Bazaar
Temple ludea Sisterhood
its annual Bazaar in the Social
Hall beginning Sunday evening,
S p.mV, when a hot dinner will be
- rved.
.Merchandise and food will be'warz.
Temple .ludea Sisterhood is
holding a dance and midnight sup-
per at the temple on Saturday,
, Eugene ^ISSt'SSLPftSt'S'i! iFS^^T^ S^^^^IS
Hoof." L h!,.n-, and Mrs" ^moiir opened an office at the Rannt
i Bldg., 3000 Biscayne Blvd.
man is Mrs. Murray Shaw. Co- dish film classic. "Tevya and Mis
chairmen are Mrs. Louis Cohen. Daughters," starring Maurice Sch-
Mrs Irving Rubin, Mrs. Louie wartz in the Sholeni Aleichem
Suchman. stories which for
President is Mrs.
Robert Hofberg has been se-
lected to manage the Florida
operation of Investors Plan-
ning Corporation of America,
one of the nation's largest
Mutual Fund sales organiza-
tions. In announcing Hof-
berg's appointment, Walter
Benedict IPC president, also

Schulner


lay, February 18. 1966
ivalescent Home
ill Honor Forte
lichaol Porte, nationally prom-
it builder and developer, will
bra the Jewish Convalescent
He of South Florida's annual
in oi The Year" award an Mar.
It the Doauville Hotel,
jrte. whose reputation as a
pessman and civic leader pr -
ch scene, is the developer ol
| Forte Towers apartment coin-
on Baj Kd.
announcing Forte as the 1066
|ptent ol the Kosher Coovales-
Home's bighost award. Sidney
^1, executive director, said that
selection was determined by
builder- continued, conscien-
|s interest in the welfare of his
pt<\l community and by his
landing contributions.
Particular note was taken of
It's interest in the well-being
Retired and elderly people, In-
pin the indigent and ill of such
ILutions as the Jewish Coma
L'nt I Ionic "
lie I'.k iklyn born business-
las icen visiting Miami
|< h since he was a young man
n cognized the potential
e area "His original coin
1 s< in itj ol good
in lor extensive
i proven
Id, as i enced by the inline-
i< ces ol the i rsl two build-
lined threi building
i- complex, Sigal de-
d.
suiciding with the Home's
'd am ual New Horizons" din
the evening v. ill also unveil
ii construction plans for its new
}bed facility.
Ihairing the event, which will
attended by more than 500
its. are Jack Stein and A. C.
Ifonorarj chairmen are Con-
wmen Claude Pepper and Dan-
Fascell.
i Mewlsti fhcr&dlten
Page 11-E
YIVO Committee to Climax Membership
Drive With Talk by Noted Historian
MICHAEl FORTE
Membership drive of the YIVO
Committee of Greater Miami will
be climaxed at a dinner Sunday
evening at the Honey Plaza Hotel.
Guest speaker will be historian.
Mordecai Bernstein, oi New York,
who will discuss "Forty Years of
YIVO: Its History and Accomplish-
ment."
Added attraction will be Sidor
Bclarsky, basso, in a group of Yid-
dish folk songs. Interpreter of folk
songs, Belarsky sings In English,
Russian. Yiddish and Hebrew.
The YIVO Institution for Jewish
Research is dedicated to the study
MNDUN TO BE GUEST SPEAKtR
No. Shore Lodge Installation Sunday
, Fox in Talk
}r. Edward Fox. of the Univer-
ol Miami Marketing Depart
M, will be guest lecturer at the
Uple Israel adult course of study
fSunday morning.
M
"GOOD?
1BUONO?!
's mech?:'ehdige!
Chef Bov-Ar-Dce could have
used the Italian superlative,
t "buonissimo", to describe the
Ravor of his Marinara Sauce
Hut deckled that "mcchayeh-
dige" w. ,ild make you hun-
grier to a Lisle of it.
CHEF BOY-AR-DEE"
Marinara Sauce
It s an a I purpow sauce for
turning ordinary dishes into a
.feast of real Italian flavor
for lish. stews, omelet, spa-
ghetti, lice and macaroni
dishes. Kich. puree of tomato,
olive oil, onions and herbs,
-lowly -unmered for perfect
taste. Keep plenty on hand.
V*U-PURPOS
Irivne C spear. Miami Beach
attorney, will be installed as prcsi
dent el North Shore Lod
B'nai B'i ith al a anquel Sui aj
evening in the 'i rillon Hotel.
I .lit" foi
is iinmr Itaii pas
of Flo ii Is Clu .mil in
1965 a i lie l >adi
: : i. :.n i '
\ ir.l.
a si
versitj of Pennsyl

L'nivei
ate cditor-in chiel .>l the La
Rev.' iv and \ aledictorian of his
graduating class
other oificers 'ii be instilled
are vice presidents Arnold 1
Samuel Greenlield, Norman Sevin
and William Sheade; chaplain
Jack Burstein; parliamentarian
Nathaniel (Hickman; treasun .
Norman Supcrstcm; recording get
retary Marvin Moss; financial see
retary. Aaron Merger; guardian.
Sain Miller; and warden, Morris
Lunch.
Featured speaker for the eve
ning is Leo Mindlin. executive ed
itor of The Jev !sh FlorMian.
Toastmaster will ......aniai
(ilickman .lack A Burstein, \>..-i
president, will rerc \ i piaqtic lor
outstanding services ui d nai
B'rith.
Installing officer is Gc'OI
Rabbi Gross
Will Attend
Toronto Confab
Rabbi Alexander s Gross, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy, will
' attend the 18th annual convention
of the National Association of Heb-
rew Day School PTA's in Toronto.
The three-day convention, Sun
, day morning, Feb. 20, through
Tuesday, Feb. 22. will take place
1 in the Etz Chaim Schools of To-
' ronto.
Convention theme is "The Com
poncnts of Day School Education.
Identity, Security and Cominit-
I ment."
Rabbi Gross will chair a work-
shop nd seminar on "The New-
est Methods of Teaching Reli-
gious Studies" and will also be
chairman of the banquet session
Monday night. More than 500
delegates consisting of parents,
teachers, principals and admin-
istrators are expected to attend
the convention, according to
Mrs. Hillel Meyers and Mrs.
Adolph Oppenheim, convention
co-chairmen.
Plenary sessions, workshops
and seminars conducted by lead
ing personalities in the fields e!
religious and general education
will study the convention theme,
Rabbi Gross is one of the found
ers of the .National Association oi
Hebrew Day School PTA's ami
one oi' the editors o' the "Jewish
Parent." the quarterly magazine
published b> the national group,
Mrs. Samuel Rosner, president
of the Hebrew Academy PTA, an-
nounced thai a special meeting
will be called to hear .111 evalu
tion and report ol Lhl procee lin -
oi the national convention upon
the return of Rabbi Gross.
of social sciences with particular
emphasis on Jewish life all over
I the world. Organized in 1925 in
Wilna. Poland, with a three-fold
program ol research, documenta-
tion and publication. YIVO moved
to New York prior to the Nazi on
slat ght.
Yivo is also dedicated to the
training ol Jewish scholars, Toe
library currently contains over
300.000 volumes, as well as com
, plete archives of the Jewish set-
tlement in East-Europe which was
destroyed during World War II.
Bernstein, who has written ex-
tensively on the .Nazi period, the
destruction and annihilation of the
East European Jewry, will also
speak at the weekly YIVO Forum
on Saturday. 8 p.m.. at 842 Wash
in-ton Ave. His subject will be Is-
rael Dias] 01,1 and the Jew ish
People."
Menoron Rabbi
Speaks Sunday
1 Mayer Abramowitz, spi-
leadei pie \i.
will I at thi
1 '' ikfasl Icnts of
' >ut ate To> 1 porl ol
! ''' I eal mi Sun-
rraci Room
01 the Mi. h bayfront
irtmi nl hi u e, 1 he athering
is ;Iat< .1 al 10 a m
Kahiij Ab am 1 i/. hose
ice as a chaplain for both the
l nited Mates Army and the -1
Distribution I ommittee in Ger-
many at the end ol World War II
v on him numerous citatioi -.
moved here following his Europi .hi
Tin ater tour.
Co-chairmen for the Southgate
meeting are Emanuel Blum,
Joseph Budowsky, Benjamin I
and Sam Schwartz.
Committee members include
ol the Isidoe Baum, Jack L, Bernstein,
of the 11. Jack Chasin. Dave Frank. Harry
of the Gallons. Elias Halpern. Ernes)
Sheade Uirsch, Morris Klein. Saiuue! l.aza-
is chairman of the Banquet and rus. Leon Leibowitz. Edward H.
Arrangements Committee. Levin, Morris .1 Moss, Jack Pom-
S.'DOff BUARSKY
IRVINE SPEAR
Talianoff, past chairman
Florida Regional Board
Anti Defamation League
B'nai B'rith. William I.
Beth Moshe
Ladies in Events
A regular meeting of the Beth
Moshe Sisterhood was held on
Monday evening in Popiel Social
Hall.
Samuel I Leff. president of the
North i> ide Chapter ol the Uniti 1
Nations Association, showed a fiPn
in the IX Economic and 3
( ounc I VIrs Bui ton Str it, pi
dent conducted the meet
i mthly luni eon
... k I, he; l in Pop
kVedm
ed h lidav s in the month ol I ebi
rman va
VIi Jaj Rand i I stessi h i*i C
clc chairmen.
Village Square Plaza
Village Squaii' Plaza, shopping
center on Treasure Island 111 N01 1
Bay Village, has been acquired I.>
Tulip Development Corporatn
Ol Miami, and will be expanded to
attract additional quality shops
The plaza fronts for 530 It aim .
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supermarket
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ter, Mian -. Dr. and
g| ttassapequa
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Mobil* \ uncle and
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Pera York.
. Nobodj was counting, but B5
hamburgt rs and 50 hrft dogs were
at tiu' surprise 16 i
lay part} given by Sylvia
Fnedinan tor
da ighter Judy on Feb. t> The
roll music from the
tox kept the teen-agers active
with -i and thi
. Hon
ly t'aU, Ma :

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Sew i

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atl nded tl
Dcfai i i '
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tj as N
tt Roth : I ii-:-'>\ Flor#
LDL dire* I W Uiiani
.-.ilii. Paul Seiderman and Char- -
i s and Sam G Istein
: Elizabeth Si
: tthere bj th i m s
: Joyce Kline has
;& a >.:\i-:- Kmglil
an in i
u .,***! is. a s nit
lalenl 5 ung Miss also has
966 G l$|en Kes Alt Award
fr< m Burdine's lor fashion de-
Hours scorned long until Eve
. Ben Gtei* uut the nappy
news t their first grandchild
Susan pjj I n Fei 9 in
Sal as >ta
re th(
H '.' B
In additioi
rent! 11 an Kate 1
claim
el ai grandpan nts Mr an !
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it an i". .
ie Charli ni
2 thers El-
liott ( the hom<
ol M I Cantor Sej mour
-. oi Beth Moshe .
1 .. the little doll is tin grand-
child of, J'rs Elix Ihnkes, Dr.
Leonafo Finn and Mrs Beatrice
ffinn, all long lime Mian .. -
Its birthday tin i i Joan B..r-
( ara Clover who's marking hwky
7 on Wednesday Flying down
m Scarsdale, N v.. to help
hei celebrate will be cousin.- Ro-
bert 9 and Peter 5. sons oi the
Siegfried Landaus, making the
journey "on their own" .
They'll also attend services at
Beth David on Saturday when
Joan, daughter of Dr. and Mrs
Nathan Glover, joins other Feb-
ruary birthday children being
ed by uncle Rabbi Sol
Landau .
That wide and happy smile on
A benefit reception and open-
ing nig ii party at the Grove Play
se Art Gallery on Mar. 1, to
S be hosted by the Zev Bufmans in
'' horn r ol lovely June Allyson star
of the production. "Goodbye
Ghost" Among first-nighters
looking forward to meeting the
i ( actress are the Ronald Pal-
lots the Richard Rubins, the
Bernard Fullers. Morris Rabino-
witzes and Mr. and Mrs. Davic
Rifas Congressman Claude
Peoper heads the commit!- ol
local VIP's representing Variety
Children's Hospital
5ea Marcus (left has been named supervisor of junior host-
?s at the Miami Eeach Servicemen's Center, 10th St. and
Ocean Dr. Maurice Klein, director, also Wednesday named
ight as chairman of the records division. Hen-
Ita Maffucci, the Servicemen's Center chief chapercne for
Homestead Air Force Service Club dances, will assist Dorothy
iltz as associate checkroom chairman at the monthly
:- Door Ccnteens.
Over 300 guests tried every-
thing from suing to the bora at
.,... d< \ ah mine barl
and lance on Sunday night spon-
. ,red v. the Si asons Women's
Social Club For a day a;
Pompano Raceway planned by
the group tor Mar 11, chairmen
Lillian Perlman and Sally Grant
have promised a bullet dinner
'Judith' Opens
Bay Harbor Theatre
. .. new Bay Harbor "racking
Chair" theater- at 1170 Kane Con-
e, a 1.000-seat entertainment
i enter, v as to
I h irs
day night with
lionaJ
show ing of
dith." stan
lia Liren, fi
some I 400 in
ests
The
i i g n c d by
Arthur i'r i
, .. and constructed
Soph, bj .men,, con-
tractor David M Abel, is a show
case of the latest in theater
Everything has been put together
with the thought of pleasing the
movie-goer, from the huge
wall and floor lo ceiling picture
screen, to finest quality high fide-
lity loudspeaking system.
The "rocking chair" seats are
red and gold, with plenty of pad-
ding, wide arm rests and 42 inches
of walking space between each
row ol seats.
i
The projection boot'' i- midway
between the orchesti. ,oor and
loge -eating to eliminate any dis-
tortion in projecting image- to
the screen.
Imported Venetian cut glass has
been used with artistic dash on
the front of the theater, set off by
sculptured pn cast plaques The
facade is dominated bj a
huge 56 foot attraction sign Mos-
aic tile is n.-ed in interesting pal
tern- below
\ i iq ii fi al ire ol the lobby Is
: a] stairway leadir
art -a lb ;
.
i cr iwn n
1 urn-! walls and
ers utilizing wood paneling, alumi-
num strips and the latest vinyl
ts create a di a
m both the lower
The Bay Harbor Theater has
been carefully en. to in-
corpor
i visual treatment, i
can be automatically chanc I for
any type ol presentation, in
70mm, cinerama and :> |
in the spacious founder's room
of the club house But when
questioned about "A good tip on
the horses." Lil, who owns sev-
eral racing thoroughbreds, -
and says wisely, "Quien sabe?"
Here for their annual month's
stay at me Eden Roc are Charles
and Cora Rosenthal, of New
York, winter \is;tors to tins area
since 1922 LocaMtes enter-
taining them are the Leonard Gil-
berts and the Abe Eisenbergs.
JVIVA President Visits
Department oi Florida Ladies'
Auxiliary Jewish War Veterans
; lent Mrs Irving Cooperman
i s make her oiticial visit lo
the West Miami Auxiliary on
Thursdav. I 15 p m al the h ime
ael Marke, 6416 SV.
a!
. enter-
ram presented
Auxiliary.
Area Clergymen
On Zion Pc.xe)
; .,. Zion will bold a spe< ial
am Sun lay -it
7:30 p m., consisting ol religious
I, lei i | tins community to dis-
cuss lights Ecumenism and
i,, neral I unnu nitj Relations
Panel members win be Rev.
Theodore Gibson, Christ Episcopal
Church: lic\ Neil Wyrick, Palmet
to Presbyterian Chun!.. Fr .lack
i itty, Church of the Little Flower;
and Rabbi Allied Waxman, spiri
tual leader at Temple Zion.
Dr. Bernard I.ieberinan. chair-
man of the adult education com
mittee, will serve as moderator
City of Hope Fete
Will Honor Dade's
State Attorney
Miami Beach Chapter of City
of Hope is sponsoring a fui
ing banquet Mar. ville Hotel, with funds going to es-
tablish a research fellowship at
the facility.
Spearheading the tickel
are Larry 1'askow. oi Harbor Is-
land Spa. state chairman Mrs Cy
(Bess Tubini Plasky, pr sident of
Iho chapter, and R. (I. Venn,
Miami public relations man. who
is banquet chairman.
The fellowship will be the Rich-
ard Gerstein research fellowship.
honoring Dade County's State At-
torney. The banquet last year
raised $25,000 for a resean
lowship honoring Arthur I>- --< r
builder and developer
The banquet this year will fea-
ture entertainers Danny Thomas
and George Jessel and the Danny
Thomas revue. A free cocktail
party will precede the roast beef
dinner.
City of Hope is a pilot research
| and medical facility which treats
: major catastrophic diseases, includ-
ing cancer, leukemia and maladies
of the blood, heart and chest. In
its 50 years of existence, no pati-
ent ever has received a bill.
, cf the Coconut
Grove PI
from Herb
Kaplan, vice president cf the
Bey later, for his
ces to Israel almost 20
years ago as a freedom fight-
er lieutenant in the then
country's underground
army. Buffmari was to be one
oi the guests o! honor at the
Feb. 17 invitational premiere
of "Judith" at the Bay Harbor
Theater. The film, with Pales-
tine in the late 40's as a
ng, stars Sophia Loren,
Pettr Finch and Jack Hawk-
ins.
MAiCHA BtNYA
Folk School Sets
Cancers' Feb, 27
Hi- | ol) too] .1
presci Benya and M
Gibson in ram la; Feb.f
. v ..: 11 i Be h Sei -r1
High S
,\ o an on ''
be A er Pril I
violinist n tai ie< Ji- I
Pischi rma ther I ett wifl
be at th< | ian<
Ma Is i >rW ren-
ow ned inti rprel r ol Is leli, Yid
ili.-b and oth< r internati inal I k
songs.
Gibson was fonnerl; with the
Yiddish Art Theatre, and s known
for his -i< ish char i ter por-
trayals
Prilutchi is former conductor ol
the Havana Philharmonic Orches-
tra His program here ^-ill feature
i lassii al ai d Hebrew music.
Proceeds Go to Fund
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood 9
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.day, February 13. 1966
*Jenisti fk>rk/iann
Page 13-B
Jfyar Jacki Kelloer
Jacki. i .lighter of Mr. and Mrs.
nice Kcliner, 2315 .sVV ,)in
lo.. will become Bas Mitzvah at
|th David Congregation on Sat-
day morning. Feb. 19.
Jacki is an eight grade student >
Ishenaiidoah High, and has been
lendinj. Beth David Religious
tool for the past 10 years. She |
active in Voung Judea. USY,
jture Teachers of America, danc-
and dramatics.
|Mrs. Sadie Schkloven, of Balti
are. Mc!.. the celebrant's grand-
lothor. will attend services and
jiddush in Spector Hall.
Joel Grumwoig
| Beth TVrah Congregation will be
site o! the Bar Mitzvah obser-
I nee in honor of Joel Grunzweig
.. Saturday. Feb. 19. at 5:30 p.m.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Irunzweig 19700 NE 21st Ct.. a
Imner will be held in his home on
|.it'.irday evening.
Celebrant's interests include
in-collecting, fishing, swimming,
nm and golfing.
< *
Jana Siegel
M ..ah of Jana Siegel will
ibserved on Friday evening.
i 18. at Beth Torah Congre-
ition.
I ina is the daughter of Mr. and
|. Utl ur Siegel who will honor
h ;it a reception in their home,
| ;i Nl ill~tn Ter.. on Saturday
ening Grandparents of the Bas
zvah are Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Brooklyn, N. Y., and Mr.
ind Mr> Meyer Zuckerman.
Miami Beach.
In th seventh grade at John F.
Kenned) Junior High, the cele-
brant's outside interests include
i ing
t *
Gary Hollman
Earl) Saturday morning ser-
Fel lit. at Beth Torah Con
lioi wll include the Bar
. ,ih (: Gary, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sanlord llellman. 18261 NE '
Ct.
In tin .- venth grade at John F.
Kenned) Junior High, where he
is hi Lhi Principal's Honor Roll,
as a reporter on the
. ni tpaper. He is a member
:i< B ard Ol Directors at Beth
in School and of the
I lie et iranl will be honored
i reception and diner on Satur-
nn ;ii the Deauviile Hotel.
grandparents are Mr.
V:- Henry Levy, <>f Mana-
\ ,1 and Mrs. MeKin
ami
David Sheffman
anley, son of Mr. and
A: ham Sheffman, 1431
itilus Dr., v\ ill become Bar
:i Saturday, Feb. 19, at
i pl< i manu-EI
in the seventh grade at
is Junior High He Is Inte-
nd slot car racing.
I plays saxophone in a teen-age
irtel
I he celebrant will be honored
| Kiddush in the Assembly Hall
11 mple.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Sheffman
!i i nd Mrs Charles Arron,
Nova Scotia, David's grand-
i"-. "ill attend.
Neal Martinez
Neal H .aid. son of Mr. and
Jorge Martinez, :>78-79th St.,
oeconu Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
v I'' 19, at the mincha service
' I'll, Emanu-El.
Neal is in the -seventh grade ;it
Nautilus Junior High He is into-
"I in golf, in which he has won
irds
1 he cel< brant will be honored at
|a reception in Sirkin Hall on Sat-
evening.
1,1 and Mrs. Louis H. Hoff, Mr.
' I Mrs Kmilo Garcia, and Mr.
1 Mrs Louis Schwartz, grand-
|P-rents oi Neal, will attend.
Michael Parker
Michael Matthew, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jo Darker, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. Feb. 19, at
Temple Adath Yeshurun.
Michael is in the seventh grade
of John F. Kennedy Junior High.
Hi* favorite subjects are mathe-
matics and art. He is captain of j
the school soccer team and has re-
ceived several awards in physical
education. He is in the graduating
Class in Hebrew School.
Following trie service, Mr. and
Mrs. Parker will give a reception '
in honor of their son.

Bruce Robbins
On Friday evening. Feb. 18,
Bruce, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Max-
well Bobbins, will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Sinai serv-
ices at Washington Federal Audi
tonum. 699 NE 167th St.
Bruce is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Temple Sinai Religious
School and John F. Kennedy Jun-
ior High. A track, base-bail and
football enthusiast, he is a mem-1
her of the Little League and has |
won many awards in all three
UM Hillel Delegates
Back From Institute
Twenty University of Miami Hil-
lel members returned last Sun-
day evening from a trip to the
University of Florida Hillel Foun-
dation to attend an annual three-
day institute.
A car caravan, headed by Miss
Roberta Lipman. president of the
I'M chapter, comprised the Execu-
tive Board, and other active Coun-
cil members. Dr Donald D.
Michelson, CM Foundation direc-
tor, chaperoned.
After the Sabbath dinner on
Friday evening, the group heard
Rabbi Max Tichtin. director of
Student Leadership Training for
the National Hillel Foundation,
speak on 'The Jewish Self-
linage''
The University of Miami group
conducted a Sabbath worship.
The UM chapter is planning
future activities at its week!)
Wednesday meetings at 7:30 p.m.
at the Hillel House on the univer-
sity campus
Jacki Kcliner
Bruce Robbins
David Sheffman
William Skaff
Heal Martinet
sports. His holbies are fishing and
coin-collecting.
Out-of-town relatives will include
granufather, Maurice Milesky,
Waltham, Mass., and grand-
mother. Mrs. Sadie Rabinovitch,
Bruokline, Mass.
William Skaff
William, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney 11. Skaff. 1835 Steven
Forest Dr., Dallas. Tex., will be-
come Bar Mitzvah on Saturday,
Feb. 19, at Temple Emanu-El.
William attends Greiner Junior
High in Dallas, and received his
Hebrew instruction in Dallas. He
is active in football, baseball, golf,
and has won trophies in bowling.
The celebrant will be honored at
a Kiddish in Sirkin Hall following
the service and at a reception Sat-
urdav evening at the Roney Plaza
Hotel.
Mrs. Mollie Skaff. of Miami
Beach, and Mrs. A. Chapman, of
Longmeaaow, Mass.. William's
grandmothers, will attend.
* *
Bennett Bramson
Bennett Bramson, son of Mrs
F. Carl Middleton, 8035 Cecil St..
will become Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day. Feb. 19. at Temple Menorah.
Bennett is a student of the Re-
ligious School and in eighth grade
at Nautilus Junior High.
A reception will be held in Ben-
nett's honor Saturday at home.
Barbara Rudne
Barbara, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Nathan Rudne, will be Bas
Mitzvah on Friday evening. Feb.
18, at Temple Zion.
Barbara is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Glades Junior High.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudne wdl host
the Oneg Shaubat tollowing the
service, and a dinner reception in
honor ot the celebrant on Sunday,
1 p.m., at the YMHA Social Hall.
Steven Brenman
On Saturday morning, Feb. 19,
Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Brenman, 8851 Byron Ave., will be
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Ner Tamid.
Steven is a student at Temple
Ner Tamid Religious School and
Nautilus Junior High. He is a
member of the Science Club.
A luncheon reception at the
Brenman home will follow.
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and third floors of the building.
Art Bruns said the hotel is "the
fastest ever built in the area."
with about 135 working days used
to construct it. Interiors viere by
Homer Sluewsbury. with Paul
Zirm, of the Shrewsbury office, in
charge, 'I he King's Inn will not
be fully completed until later this
month, the lirst new hotel to be
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Israeli, African
Sermon Saturday
"Israel and AfricaA Unique
Partnership' is '.lie theme ol a
sermon address lo be delivered
this Saturday morning at 1(1 30
a.m. before members and guests
ol Young Nrael ot Miami Beach,
1542 Washington Ave.
Presentation of the sermon will
!)< by Samuel Abrahams, a New
York lawyer, columnist and world
traveler.
Abrahams traveled in Africa last
year and had many opportunities
I to meet and visit with the repre-
sentatives of the State of Israel
during the course of his tour-
month trip and study. He has u; it-
ten and spoken in-toiv audiences
in manj parts of the United Stales
ami Puerto Rico.
Ell to Address
Sunday Morning
Discussion Series
Leon J. KII will discuss "Politi-
tal Labels by a Progressive Repub-
lican" at the Feb. 20, 9:15 a.m.
session of the Sunday morning
adult discussion series at Beth
David Synagogue
Ell is a former member of the
White House Conference on Refu-
gees He also served on the U.S.
Refugee Comittee thai represented
tins country at the Intergovern-
mental Comittee on European Mit-
igation at Geneva in 1958
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Miami Beach Chapter "t Hadas-
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seasonal series of book reviews to
be held at the Algiers Hotel on
Mi nday at l p.m. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will review "The
Stronghold," by Meyer Levin.
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fJenist Fkridlfor
Reception at the Fontainebleau Hctel on Sundcy afternoon
honoring William Rosenwald, honorary national chairman of
tha United Jewish Appeal, brought together (left to tight) Dr.
Irving Lehrman, chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal
.. ampaign ccbinet; Rosenwa'd; and Joseph M. Lipton, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Meeting was
co-sponsored by the Combined Jewish Appeal and by the
United Jewish Appeal of Greater New York.
Israel Cavalcade
Of Stars Feb. 26
Israel Cavalcade of StaTs "ill he
featured in its seventh annual per-
formance here SatSWay, Feb ~<>.
at Miami Beach Auditorium.
Abraham Grunhut, chairman of
the event, said the program will
feature outstanding and current
Israeli. Yiddish, and popular and
semi-classical English favorites.
The program is being sponsored
by the Greater Miami Districts
di the Zionist Organization oi
America.
Featured will be Ron Eliran,
one cf Israel's foremost folk-
singers; Hanna Ahroni, inter-
national recording star; Juki Ar-
kin, leading pantomimist; the
Dahlia Dancers, in an offering
of Israel folk and traditional
Middle East dances; and a top
Broadway and Hollywood "sur-
prise" star in a guest appear-
ance.
Eliran performs in English,
Spanish, Yiddish, Russian, French
ami Hebrew, The Haifa native has
appeared in concerts across the
U.S., and is a Capitol recording
artist,
A native Israeli, Miss Ahron
has inst completed an extensive
tour ol London, Paris. Koine
Athens, Tokyo. Moscow, and Jon
annesburg Her program Feb. 2<
will feature songs in ten langu
ages.
Juki Arkin, who has toured witli
Marcel Marceau. appeared in tin
original Broadwaj production ol
"Milk and Honey," as well as in
the Richard Rogers production m
"No Strings "
Friday, February 18. 1966
Englander Will
Address ZOA
Miami Beach Councilman Judge
Mai Englander, a past president
of the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict, will be guest speaker at a
meeting of the District Luncheon
Club next Wednesday noon at the
Riti I'la/a HoCCl,
The club, open to the public, will
be chaired by Cantor Saul Brech
Andre Bialolenki. program chair-
man, will introduce Judge Eng-
lander. Dr. Abraham Wolf son will
present the weekly news report.

JUKI ARKIN
Champagne Dance
At Temple Zion
"Sweetheart C h a ni p a n e"
dance on Saturday, 8:30 p.m.. is
being held in Temple Zion Social
Hall.
Champagne fountains, hors d'
oeuvres and dancing to a live band
will be highlights ol the evening
Mrs. Saul Brass is in charge ol re-
servations,
Temple Sisterhood is sponsor-
ing a card party on Wednesdaj
evening, with proceeds channeled
to community relations
Maccabee Lodge
Schedules Judge
Macabee Lodge has scheduled
its next general membership meet-
ing for Wednesday, 8 p.m., at the
New Forte Towers. 1200 We-t
Ave., Andre S Bialolenki. presi-
dent, announced.
Judge Milton A. Friedman, of the
municipal court, will address the
open meeting.
Judge Friedman, commissioner
of the Anti Defamation League, is
1969 winner of the Outstanding
Court in Canada and the United
Maiev Award.
Temple Beth Am kicked off the 1966 Synagogue Division of
the Combined Jewish Appeal this week with an Initial Gifts
function at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gilbert which
raised more than SI5.000 an increase of 33 per cent over
the same contributions last year. Pleased with the results are
(left to right) Israel Ambassador to the United Nations in Gene-
va Moshe Bartur; A. Budd Cutler, Beth Am chairman; and Rab-
bi Herbert Baumgard. General Chairman lay I. Kislak is a
member of the South Dade congregation which launched the
divisional effort.
Rabbi Teitz Will Be Guest Speaker
Rabbi I'inhas Tcit/. chief rabbi United States and Canada through
ol the lour-member presidium oi his weekly radio network program,
the Union of Orthodox Kabbis. will Ta,m"d on the Air
fly to Miami Beach on Sunday 'The Rabbi accepted an invita-
from Elizabeth, N. J.. to be guest tion because he would also like
.speaker at the annual banquet of personally to pav tribute to Rabbi
Ohev Shalom Congregation. Phineas Weberman. whose spi-
This year's dinner, to be held ritual leadership has been respon-
at the Fontainebleau Hotel, will sible for the growth of Ohev Sha-
honor Miami Beach Constable lorn Congregation." Arnold de-
Leonard O. Weinstein, who has dared
been selected ae Man ol the Year
"'because of his outstanding achie-
vements in civic, governmental,
cultural and religious activities."
Dr. Arzt Speaks
At Forum Sunday
In Emanu-EI
Stevenson Dinner
Saturday Evening
A dinner will be held at the
Deauville Hotel. Saturday for the
Adlai Stevenson Memorial Fund.
The affair, sponsored by the Ad-
lai Stevenson Democratic Wom-
en's Club, w ill feature Adloi Ste-
venson in as guest speaker,
State Kep. Kenneth Myers and
Eddie Gong head a growing list of
community and civic leaders who
are serving as patrons.
Patrons who are hosts for at
Judge Jason Berkman will be
toastmaster at the annual dinner
Weinstein, who has been con-
stable of the 5th District for the
past four years, was reelected
last year A graduate of Harvard
University, be has been a prac-
ticing attorney in Miami Beach
for many years.
Kupcinet Due on Beach
Dr. Max Arzt, vice chancellor
of the Jewish Theological Semin-
ary of America, will be guest
speaker in the second session of
Temple Emanu-El's Breakfast least one table include Miami City
Forum Series on Sunday morning, Commissioner Athalie Range. Rob-
10:15 a.m.. Max Boderman. Tern ert Morgan. Harry Stone, and
pie president, announced Ronald Fine
Dr. Irving Lehrman has direct- Mrs Malvin Englander is chair-
ed the Forum from its inception man of the dinner. Ticket chair-
three- years ago. man is Mrs. Florence Kalfon.
Theme for this year's Forum
is "The Jew and His Neighbor."
On Feb. 13, Dr. Robert Gordis
discussed "The Attitude of Ju-
daism Toward Other Faiths."
Dr. Ant's subject will be "Ju-
daism and Christianity A 20th
Century Confrontation."
Dr. Arzt has been vice chancel
lor of the Seminar) since 1951. He
also serves as Israel Goldstein
Professor of Practical Theology
1 on the faculty of the Rabbinical
School oi the Seminary. He is a
member of the Translation Com
mittee which is preparing a com-
pletely revised English transla-
tion of the llolv Scriptures under
the
Chairman of the special affair.
Sam Arnold, said that Hal.hi Teitz torium
is well-known throughout the 27,
irv "Kup' Kupcinet, noted syn-
dicated columnist oi the Chicago
Sun Times, and television person- lication Society of America,
ality, will serve as master ol cere I)r Ar/t is author ,,| T.ilmudii
monies ol this year's Miami Beach researches which appeared In the
Police and Firemen's All star Jubilee Volumes published in non-
Show at the Miami Beach Audi- or of Prof. Alexander Matt and
on Sundaj evening, Feb Prof. Mordecai M Kaplan. He is
'Dating' Theme
Of Discussion
Sisterhood of Temple Or Olom
was to hold its monthly meeting
Thursday in the temple auditor-
ium. Program was to be an orig-
inal sociodrama on "Intcrdatm.:.
Yes or No""
Dr. Florence Wechsberg, was
to represent the sociological view.
point, and Rabbi Samuel April
was to speak for the theological
point of view
Mrs Ralph Fistel is Jewish Fam-
ily Living chairman, Mrs Murray
auspices oi the Jewish Pub- Rosenberg is Sisterhood president.
Barry Brenton and his Or-
chestra, long-time favorites,
are being held over at the
Doral again. Featured in the
Doral Band Box through Feb.
28 are the Dukes of Dixie-
land, started by the Assunto
family on Bourbon St., New
Orleans, and now headed by
Frank Assunto, son of the
original founder; and the
Lively Set, a septet that was
launched in 1964 by winning
a UCLA song contest. Open
every night except Mondays
there is no cover. Music and
shows are in continuous cy-
cle, starting at 9:30 p.m.
Boys from the YM and WHA of Greater Miami aid the recrea-
tional program of the James E. Scott Community Center. Left to
contributing editor oi "Judaism"
and recently published Justice
and Mercy." a hook on the origin
and contemporary meaning ol the
High Holy Day liturgy
Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum will
conclude the Breakfast Forum
Series on Sunday, Feb. 27, and
will discuss "Ecumenicism with-
in Judaism The Challenge of
Diversity and Unity."
All sessions are held in the Tem-
ple's North Branch Auditorium at
77th St. and Dickens Ave
George J. Talianoll is chairman
of the Breakfast Forum Serving
with him are Mr. and Mrs. Max
Boderman. Mrs. Leonard Abram-
son. Judge Frederick Baiad. Mrs.
Harold J. Brooks. Mrs. Alvm S.
Cawn, Mrs. George Goldberg, Abe
Green, Samuel J Hatperin, Dr. ami
Mrs. Sherman K Kaplan. Mrs.
Alexander Kogan. Morris Lapldus,
Dr. Herman R. Mechlowi!/. Jack ,K e 'P'e garden in keeping with the spirit of
S. Popick. Mrs. Charte, Rosen. ^occasion Left to right are Bruce Richm SL!S!^ "
Watt, Oscar J Kosenstraich. Irv Jec,or. ot Ner "amid, Martin Freemc
wSenalIe.m,e Ner T?mid celebrated Tu Bshevat. or
!Z't ^^aY;ecenH,Iy- ^ are shown planttna
e garden in keeping with the spirit of
right are Bruce Richman. education di-
right are Simon Brenson. Mrs. Olive B. Alexander, executive in* ^ha'lman- Mi', an.d Mr*- Her fiorJwi,z' RRandy Revito. and Rabbi Eugene Labwite^rirS
Adelman.
Mrs Philip F. Thau
ian, Stanley Maisel, Jerry
Eugene Labovitz,
the participcrring
Isiael through the Jewish National Fund.


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t. February 18. 1966
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Finegolds Named
e of Month1
JNF Councfl
'Couple
By
JACK PACKAR
;ach Student
Fins Degree
lack Bob Packar, of 4600 Prairie
<>.. received a Juris Doctor de-
fee from the University of Miami.
lowing graduation from the U
M Law School.
Packar, son of Mr. and Mrs.
luis Packar, pioneer residents
hiv since 1932. holds a BBA. also
tun the University of Miami.
[The 26-year-old student will take
Florida Bar examination on
: SI. and has been accepted for
|j toward a Master's degree in
legal Letters at the I" of M start-
In- Feb. 7
Moderator will be Rabbi Solomon
kchiff, spiritual leader of Beth El
Congregation, and executive vice
iresident of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association.
William Bornetein, president of
the Jewish National Fund Council
of Greater Miami, has anaounoi I
that Mr. and Mrs. Esra Pinegeld
have been selected as Jewish Na-
tional Fund "Couple Of the Month"
for February.
FinegOld, a veteran Zionist ft r
many years, has been active on
behalf of the Jewish National
E und and Israel since his early
youth.
Mr. and Mrs. Plnegold are for-
merly from Chicago, HI., where
Uiey were engaged in numerous
civic and community affairs.
Locally he is a member of the
Jewish National Fund Council
Executive Board, as well as chair-
man of the JNF Organizational
Committee.
Finegold organized the Brandeis
Zionist District in Miami Beach
and served as its president for six
years. He was also one of the
founders of Temple Menorah and'
served as president for two years.
He is currently an honorary
president and life trustee of Tem-
ple Ner Tamid. He organized the
Stillwater Drive Home Owners As-
sociation and also the Biscayne
Point Home Owners Association,
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EZRA flNEGOLD
of which he was president for four
years, and is now its honorary life
president.
Mrs. Finegold is active in the
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
and has held the post of JNF chap-
ter chairman of this organization
for many years.
The Fincgoids will be honored
at a special Jewish National Fund
function in the Fontainebleau
Hotel on Feb. 23 at 8 p.m.
Nominations Now Being Accepted
For Dade County Citizens Award
Bialolenki
In Book Review
Mrs. Anna K. White, program
vice-president of Louise Wise
Chapter, Women's Division, Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, anounces
that Andre S. Bialolenki will re-
view the book. Four Generations
ol Kennedys." at an open meeting
Thursday noon. Feb. 24, at the
Miami Beach Federal Savings and
Loan Auditorium, 755 Washington
Ave.
A special report on American
Jewish Congress tours to Israel,
F.iirope and the Orient will be giv-
en by Mrs. Isadore Baum. Mrs.
Eva Blum, chairman of the Com-
mision on Law and Social Action,
will report on the current status
ol church-state legislation.
Mrs Sadie Raymcr will conduct
a tribute candlelighting cere-
mony Chairman for the day will
I" Mis Joseph Albuquerque, pies
' of Louise Wise Chapter.
Lorber Chapter
Brunch Auction
A brunch and auction sponsored
l>> the Lorber Chapter, Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital, was held at the Algiers
Hotel on Tuesday, 10:30 a.m.
Auctioneer Sheldon Nidetz con-
ducted the bidding to raise funds
for the child rescue haven which
now has dormitory facilities to
treat, care for. and rehabilitate 175
I youngsters stricken with chronic
intractable asthma. The Center, lo-
jated in Denver, Colo., conducts
basic research in all aspects of
[asthma and allergies.
Mrs. Julius Seidner was chair-
|ni;,n- a"d Mrs Reubin Serkin was
|co chairman.
In charge Of tickets were Mrs.
;ary Brehm and Mrs. Michael
trainer.
Nominations for the Dade Coun-
ty outstanding citizens are now
rolling in, according to an an-
nouncement by Sanlord Swerdlin.
permanent secretary of the awards
committee.
At a recent meeting hosted by-
Joseph M. Lipton. president of
Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Association, patron of the Affair,
and Milton K. Hahn. president of
Sholem Lodge, B nai B'rith, an-
nual sponsor of the event, the
plans were made for the late
March presentation.
Swerdlin said Wednesday that
initial nomination* are Mrs.
Chester Leiter and Jack I.
Green, nominated by the Heart
Association of Greater Miami,
and Mrs. Robert M. Morgan,
prominent civic leader and the
Historian to Talk
On Nazi Period
The Lessin Forum Friday at 8
p.m. will hear Mordecai Bernstein,
historian, lecturer, editor, speak
about the legend and truth of the
disappearing cities of the world.
The discussion will take place at
25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Bernstein has made an intensive
study ol the Nazi period.
Guest speaker on Feb. 22. 8
p.m.. at 1545 SW 3rd St.. wdl !)-
Jacob Katz. lecturer on Yiddish
literature. His topic will lw "Lofti-
ness and EarthUness <>i the Poetry
by II Rosenblatt."
wife of a past recipient of the
award. Also nominated was
Louis G. Schwartz by a Miami
Beach civic group.
Permanent judges include
George Beebe, managing editor
of the Miami Herald; Ralph Re-
nick vice president of WTV.l; and
Fred K. Shochet. publisher of The
Jewish Floridian.
"This is not a popularity eon-
test, but a recognition of individual
endeavor on behalf of Dade Coun-
ty," Swerdlin declared who added
that nominees must not be public
officers or compensated for their
civic endeavor in any way.
Nominations will be accepted at
the office of the Outstanding Citi-
zens Award. 742 Seybold Building,
Miami, until Feb. 21.
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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You, .Ii >K l-M'l. St 'I. \Kl ai-e In I. -
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for Divorce bus been filed amlnal
you, .nnl >''ii are r.,juiri'.l r.. aerve
.i r,i|,\ of your Answer or IMi-itdlmt t"
Hi. Bill of rvjmplnlnt "ii the IMaln-
1 liffs attorney, ALBERT Wll.l'N'SKV
M-iis Hlfcnvne Bulldlnit Miami,
Florida 33130 ami file the orhtlnal
\nsu.r or IMeadllll in the office "f
ilii- CJerk ..f the rii.-nii Court on in
re the 2Snd da) nf March, 1966. If
you fail to ,1" s... i.nluin.iii l.\ ,1. -
fault will be taken aKninat \"'i for
ihe relief demanded In the Bill ..f
lain!
Thin not lei -linll I,, published nni i
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I'll1: JEWISH I'l.' llll I 'I VN.
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Kliiiicla, ihin I'.Hi da) "I Februar)
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NOTICE IS HKRKRY tllVKN Ihnl
id. .mil. "siiMi, i|, .l.sii'inu 1,, n i-,. |n
hiisiii. ss under the flctltuiiHi mi i
HARRIS r.K M'SllAW s IMRIIER
SHI >P ni ': n S.W Mh sir.. i, Mi-
ami, Florida, Intend to refflate* s.ii-i
I muiie with tin Clerk ,,i the ClreulH
Court "i l '.ni, i '"Hi's. i- Li i.i i
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Vtiorneys for Harris i: llradahnw
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69875 B
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JKNNIK STi:i\.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
',',, All i,,In. "s ni. I All I'l Ha'
inn I'l.'iinis or I i.-niiiliils Au.iiiisi -
Eal :.'.
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:i .1 late of I lade Count)
lo tit. i 'unit'' .1 udireH >.i I '.ni, i '> ii
anil file the nn n duplicate aliil
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CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL In WII'i.M THESE I'ftKS-
KNTS SHALL I'nJIK, I lltEETIN'". -
Whereas, Llli'N NAI'LAN. MI.W
IT.ol'.ll'A. BETTY M CRKK:
BUATT, Ml \MI. I' LORIHA: I RKI '
ERU'K l: SC1IER, MIAMI. 1 I.' 'KM -A
did on Hi. :"nl day of May, A.li l!'.i
,;nis,. I., i incorporate!! undei
laws ..i the State "i Florida i'.l,IN\
1'iiKI'. ,i corporation with iis prl
oipal i'l. i i business .u M I.VA I
I1APE Ci'l'N'l'V in the State of Fli
iilii. and "li'i'.ns so. I.....ruoratl 'i
did .,ii the I'tli day "f Felriiary, A.I'
IMC, use to be fib d In the miii
the s.'.ii'i..i.' ,,i State "i the snu.
Plotida, the .1'- .mi.mm > autlio
required undei Section 6ila.27, Flnri .
Statutes, .-Ii" im: the dtaBolutlmli !
siii'li corporal Ion.
Now, thi iiini*''. the Sei r< :.' > i
State .in hen l>) i i rtlfy lo tin
oliiu -ii"l that he is satiafieil lb
111. i .'.|iiir.'in.iils of ill.- In"* llll
been compiled ii h.
IN WTI'MsS WHKItlCOF, I Ii.,
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WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NI I'H'i; IS HEREBY i HVKN I
b) x irtui "I liapti : i.Tv o| ;' i
us Annotated tlMI), W'uv
.i.,.i-. nn and \v ari bousi Ri i;,i -.
tvlu r, in \ii-R II V v\ LINKS INi
.i Floridu corporation, b) \ li i a ..
wareiiousi i has in ; s nases
the f"l .' lies, .. .1 pni|n rl > :
11 ,1-. hold <',,....is as ii.,- : i .pi rt
Inirbai.. s .- mils, sissu s w,
Strei t, Miami, I-'!., n nd Ilia I "ii
; li ii.i' "i Mar. li, \KM, dm lius thi
unl li'.m s of s.i le, ma Inl) hetwci n
11 '.....'. noon iiini : mi in the ai :
noon, ni 2136 n:.'. nth Avenuo, .m -
miii. Floriila, the iiuilerslaued shnll
offer for Bale to Hi. hlKhcsi Md for <-iis|i in hand the above deserib. I
pri'in ni "i I'ail'.nii i'. Sun.Is. I.
s \\ ;h .-:. ,i, Miami, hla.
I "ati .1 .it Miami, I loi Ida, iiii-
day of I-", bruar), 1966
ACB-R.B. VAN LINES. INC.
/is-:
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 66C-1561
UORTi 'N BROWNE,
Plaintiff,
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MARIANNE ;i IRIX IN BR< t\VNK
In i. ndanl
SUIT FOR ANNULMENT
I'i M ni,urn. i li.rib.il Rrou lie
I.I 'I 'I I'l.ACE
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IRYINH CYI'KN LAW OFFICKS.
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.Miami Beach, I'la Ti I. j32-1721
Altoi in for Plaintiff
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69735-C
In RE Estate ..f
I'AI.I.As- I SMITH
Heci as. ,|
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
r.. ah Creditors and All Peraona flav-
in Inta "i Hemand Uralnsl Sa .
''"' are .....i.\ notified and
"i an) claims and rl, -
- in, ii ...I in.I, have luii.in-:
V" l'\l.l..\S K S.MI'III
of Hade County, Flor-
"" ''' '<>e V......I) Judftes of Ihldi
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anil ..- prn nl, .| >, ,,,,,, ; [3 ,,;
I" Statutes, m ihi ii offices In
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Anna Brenner Myers (left), member of the Dade County
I of Public Instruction, and past recipient of the Out-
ing Citizens Award of Dade County, meets with John B
rner (right), also a past award recipient, and Sanfcrd Swerd-
..-lairman of the Sholem Lodge Committee, which presents
nnual citation, and permanent secretary of the Awards
tmittee, to discuss this year's nominations ofr the upcom-
reservation at a recent kickofi luncheon at the Dupont
za Hotel. Joseph M. Lipton, president, Dade Federal Sav-
c.id Lean Association, is permanent patron of the cov-
Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith presentation.
Kreisler Named
Deputy Here
By Gov. Burns
Alfred Kreisler. Miami attorney,
has been appointed Deputy Indus,
trial Commissioner by Gov, Hay-
don Burns
He succeeds Gerald Vick, who
recently resigned. As Deputy Com-
missioner, he will serve as a judge
in Workmen's Compensation cases
in the Miami Division of
the Florida Industrial Commission
Prior to coming to Miami Kreis
ler was a resident of Detroit,
where he served as Assistant Pros-
ecuting Attorney of Wayne Cnurf-
ty, Mich After acting as attorney
for a federal government agency
in .Miami, he was engaged in the
AlFREO KRiiSUR
in Heading
!eart Unit Drive
tment of Sam Rabin, gen-
(he Guardian Life
Company of America, as
i the 1966 Business Ap-
the Heart As- >c a
r Miami was an
'his week by Di Man in
Vssoc aii.m president
' -- \;.....als drive is
the earlj phase of
Nation's month long
aign and will be a
'i of businessmen by bus-
It will cover stores, scr.
ions, garages, profession-
theatres, hotels, city of-
all other non-residential
the community.
innate practice Of law
recent appointment.
Kreisler attended the
ty of Michigan and is
eii m laude graduate of
School of Wayne State University.
He lives on'Hibiscus Island, and
is active in many civic and fra
ternal organizations including
Sholem Lodge of IVnai B'rith.
until his
l'ni\ ersi-
a magna
th;- I.au

Luncheon Fetes
Mrs. Grundwerg
Mrs Matthew G Ettinger chair-
man of the Hebrew Academy an-
nual pictorial yearbook, announces
thai the first journal luncheon,
honoring Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg
;:s 1966 Woman of Valor." will
take place at the Deauville Hotel
on Wednesday noon, Feb. 23.
Mrs M. H. Rosenhouse is presi-
dent of the Hebrew Academy
Women.
'"drewiisli Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, February 18, 1966
Sector. C
Memorial Library
At Beth Torah
Sam Schoor Library, of Beth
Torah Congregation, endowed bj
Mrs. Jennie Schorr in her bus
hand's memory and his children,
has been opened (or circulation of
hooks The library, in the school
building, will be dedicated this
month and ha- over 1.000 books.
A committee headed by Mrs.
Stanlev Cohen and librarian. Mrs.
Madge Rosenbaum, is adding new
titles ot Judaica for both children
and adults, including best-sellers
and subscriptions to some 20 maga
zines of Jewish interest.
Luby Co-Chairs
CJAppeal Group
Miami Beachite Sam I.u'n Jr.
president of Luby Chevrolet", has
been named a co-chairman of the
manufacturing and transportation
group of the 1966 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal,
Luby, who last year was named
the President's Leadership Award
winner by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, is a past vice presi-
dent of the Jewish Vocational Serv-
ice and a member of the Federa-
tion's executive committee.
lie was chairman of the CJA
Young Men's Division in 1964 an:!
is on the campaign cabinet and
the budge) committee A membei
of Temple Emanu El, Lubj is a
past associate chairman of the in-
itial gifts -nmp ill th,- CJA.
Luby, a longtime resident of
Miami Beach, is a graduate of the
t niversitj of Miami and a past
president ol the Miami Automobile
Dealers Association.
Judea Discusses
Culture Series
Dr David Seitlin has been ap
pointed chairman of the Kine Arts
and Cultural Committee of Tempi:'
Judea. it was announced by Presi-
dent Joseph Krefetz.
Last year, the cultural series fea-
tured the appearance ot Sydney
Harris, syndicated newpaper col-
umnist, and the Israel vocal duo.
Daniel and Dimitri.
Named to serve on the commit-
tee with Dr, Seitlin are Mr. and
\lr> Arthur Apple, Mrs Ma-lone
Langer, Dr Warren Zundell, Paul
VYochsler. Dr Fred Witkoff, Neil
(Jsedin, Mrs David Seitlin. Charles
R, Jacobson, Charles Sokol. Mrs.
Harold Jailer. Joe Klein. Herbert
Gelemter, Bob Rosen and Leonard
Kalish.
A meeting has been called for
Friday to plan the schedule of i'n
tertainment.
Meeting to complete plans for the Feb. 21 Brotherhood Dinner
of the Florida Region of the National Conference of Chris-
''^ and ,ews at ,he Fontainebleau Hotel are (left to right)
NCCJ executive committee member, Judge Ray Pearson
honoree, John N. Serbin; honoree. Frank J. Rooney; and Uni-
versity of Miami president. Henry King Stanford, who will be
principal speaker. Sen. George A. Smothers also will be hon-
ored at the SlOO-a-couple function. (For related stories, see
Pages 2-6-C).
Schreiber to Chair Rabbi Stauber Dinner;
Rabbi Sturm Scheduled as Guest Speaker

Robert Finkelstein, chairman
of the Young Israel testimonial
dinner honoring Rabbi Sherwin
Stauber at the Fontainebleau
Hotel on Sunday evening, Feb. ~~.
announced this week that Marvin
Schreiber has been named toast-
master.
Schreiber is a former preside i,I
hi Young Israel. Formerly ;i-n-
ciated with the Jewish home tor
the Aged, he is presently serving
in an executive capacity with the
Dade County housing project on
behalf ol the aged
Named as guest speaker for
the occasion was Rabbi Ephraim
H. Sturm, executive director of
the National Council of Young
Israel, in which capacity he has
served since 1958. Rabbi Sturm
is a lecturer in the Department
of Philosophy of Yeshiva Univer-
sity and guest lecturer at New
York University. He was found-
er of the world-renowned Young
Israel Institute for Adult Jew-
ish studies in New York City,
and served as editor of the Jew-
ish Viewpoint from 1950 through
1952.
He serves as a member of the
Board of Directors of the Na-
tional Association of Hebrew Day
Schools and is a member of the
Board of License of the Jewish
Education Committee.
Rabbi Sturm received his se-
cular training at Brooklyn College
and Columbia University. He was
ordained by Uabbi Isaac llutnir.
dean of the Chaim Berlin Habhini
cal College in New York City.
RABBI CPHRAIM STURM
AT BETH AM
da Sin! ,,C,card (ri9ht>- chairman of the Flor-
with M ^'versify honors program, meets
Park n1 Dele9a,es at a conclave in Winter
cram, ,"ul dlscuss advancement of pro-
- a ai the University for academically su-
perior students. Left to right are Prof. Andre
S. Bialolenki. of the Whitefield School, Miami
Beach, Attorney James Kyne, Judge Donald
Stone, Mrs. Andre Bialolenki, and Prof. Piccard.
Kiwanis Club
Slate Inducted
Milton Weiss, president, Miami
Beach Federal Savings and Loan
Association, inducted the follow
ing new officers for 1966 of the
Kiwanis Club of Miami Beach last
week at chandler's Restaurant.
I. Jules Arkin, president. Milton
sirkm. John Poulos, vice presi-
dents; Marcus O Sarokin, treasur-
er; L. A. Hoc" Baker, secretary.
Directors: Dennis Clum. Sam A
Goldstein, Clarence Gunn, Ben
Kline. Walter Loughran. James II.
Ruby, William Sacks. Jesse Webb,
and Jack Worlcy.
Committee chairmen: John W.
Whalen. Edward W. Benjamin. L.
Jack Ell, Ben Zion Ginsburg. Paul
E. Bell, Gerald Schwartz. Dr. Rich-
ard L. Schwarz. Sidney B. Gorchov.
Dade Synagogues
Open Drive To
Help CJAppeal
RUAZED STORItS PA01 I2C
Dade County's synagogues and
temples began theii greatest
< flort ever in behalf I : the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal on Sundaj
with an Initial Gifts cocktail re-
ception tor members cl Temple
Beth Am
The .s p in pai ai the home "f
Mr. and Mrs Stanle.\ It. Gilbert,
763! SW 133rd si. heard I-
Vmbassador Moshe Bartur,
for the past several years Israel's
chief envoy to the trilled Nations
ai Geneva
Dr Herbert Baumgard, rabbi of
Beth Am. anil CIA campaign
chairman. .1. 1. Kislak. a member
of tin- South Dade congregation,
aKo participated, according to
A Budd Cutler, chairman Howard
A. Blaustein is co-chairman, with
Mis Arthur Gilbert and Mrs 'r
ving Wexler heading up the Tem-
ple Beth Am Women'- Division.
More than a dozen other Greater
Miami congregations already have
initiated similar efforts to support
the CJA drive to raise a minimum
of $1.566.666 in support of some
50 local, national and overseas
agencies, including the United
Jewish Appeal.


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*Jenisli F*cridf*a,n
BJ's Brotherhood Message
Page 3-C
By LYNDON B. JOHNSON
Pre*-dent of the United States
|National Brotherhood Chairman
THE WHITE HOUSE Broth-
[erhood Week 1966 brings with it
If<>r all Americans a poignant re-
I; izatiofl of oiir awesome moral
lii'.sponsibility to uproot social and
economic injustice and a most
Itmiely reminder of our unfinished
Masks on the road to the Great So-
li icty.
I! ii time of rededication to
the venerated ideals which gave
fcrirth to our land and which in-
the founding of such pub-
ted groups as the Nation-
rence of Christians and
It is a time of thanksgiving
sings received a n d vie
PfffS/DfNT JOHNSON
Peace Must be Won
At Home Before We
Can Win it Overseas
!>r Sterling W. Brown, presi-
the National Conference
Christiana and Jews, warned
its recently that "when
i arn to live in peace within
hit boundaries and dispel the
darkness of bigotry, we shall be
better able to live in peace with
Mher nations of the world."
The NCCJ president aimed his
i s at the upcoming 1966
National Krothorhood Week. Feb.
10 I 27 National Brotherhood
eek has lieen sponsored annu-
n.ce 1934 by the National
I '> nee, with Americans from
|hc President of the United States
I rough all levels of citizenship,
upport to its observance.
'resident Johnson, as his prede
[--<:- before him. is this year'*
ational Brotherhood Week hon-
rarj ;.airman.
Coi entrating his remarks on
I mestic scene. Dr. Brown
'I "To believe in OUT
on worth, we must have respect
human dignity of all men.
' achieve harmonious and
| working relationships
I ople of all religious. r;i
cultural backgrounds We
nd real equal opportun-
ists for all Let us up
hold our American heritage, the
foundation on which we C a n
achieve a good society needed
by all mankind."
Pointing out that, "for one
week in February each year, the
National Conference of Chris
tians and Jews sponsors the na-
tional observance of Brotherhood
week, during this week, the Na-
tional Conference calls upon all
Americans to renew their relig-
ious commitments and rededi-
cate themselves to our heritage
of Democratic freedom and equal
rights for all. The practice of
brotherhood, of course, must not
be limited to a week but must be
carried out every day throughout
the year."
Dr. Brown then added that the
"annual observance sponsored by
the NCCJ, serves only as a fit
ting pause for us to elevate our
attitudes, extend our efforts and
rededicate ourselves to make de-
mocracy a living reality for all."
Concluded Dr. Brown: "In the
revolution of liftman associations
which we are experiencing, the
work of the National Conference
must be extended. We must all,
working together, strive to amel-
iorate man's inhumanity to man."
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tories won. Above all. however, it
is a period of energetic renewal
and of restored hope renewal
in the endeavors productive in
the past, and hope in their con-
tinuing success.
An unstinting dedication to
freedom, tolerance, and individu-
al dignity gave us our mighty na-
tion. United and determined we
must stand ready to preserve our
legacy. Americans of all races,
creeds, and walks of life must
join hands to meet the problems
which threaten to corrode the
very core of our nations life. Be-
ginning with the family and local
community, we must together
seek to extend to every American
the human compassion and lib-
erty of opportunity which have
been the hallmark of America's
greatness.
I earnestly ask that all my fel-
low Americans join with the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews in working toward the
eradication of the sources of dis-
cord which have turned brother
against brother and man against
his neighbor in a land resplend-
ent in the bounty of God's bless-
ings. May the humanitarian spir-
it symbolic of this Brotherhood
Week enkindle in the hearts and
minds of all Americans a strong
and enduring desire to restore
righteousness and human dignity
to those plagued by injustice and
bigotry and to bring to every cit-
izen of our land a lasting partici-
pation in the American dream
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How NCCJ Program Began
Starting in the early 1930s and
up through, the war years, the
NCCJ carried on a series oi trio
panel discussions or tlialogues
These trio teams were made up
of a priest, a rabbi and a minister
who traveled throughout the coun-
try speaking before civilian
groups and in army camps on b>-
half oi brotherhood At that time
this was a revolutionary idea but
it helped break through the bar-
riers ot prejudice and ignorance
in human relations Eventually
this brought about a mutual re-
spect for basic religious differ-
ences and helped to en ate a bet-
ter understanding among the
leaders of different faiths and
their follou i rs
Following these years, howev-
er, even under this bond ol
derstanding. there emerged \\i-
ferences resulting fi >m different
l asi( i eligious practices and
vicl hesi differences
xpress themseh es in conflii I
situatii ns arising out of our
ocratic heritage ol religi frci
dom and the -. aiation oi church
ami state Dramatic new issu -
such as birth control, prayer
reai ng in the scho its at
lid to < kicaUon b( -
demanding challenges
relati h -
The NCCJ projei |
Free I m and Public Vffa rs as
instituti neel these m w
i-n.r I i currently being cat
5 n a jor Amei
; y< .,: ::-
i I '
rn as I
ach .,-
i mitj. their piactices at
I proje< are
'
vyevs slators. ed
:..-i pi ofessional !a\
w ith the cl
to he p ll further undei sta
the coi es with u
the> must deal in theii
ities.
Religious News Service
Over the years, many issues v.
tal to the dignity of the indi\
in the American democracy have
been openl) and frankly dis-
cussed in dialogue between relig
ious Leaders and public officials
This kind hi community dialogue
has helped immeasurably to roe
ate a broader understanding oi
issues of public concern among
the various religious groups
Sensitivity and highly profes-
sional skill are critical to the re-
porting of religious news. In view
of the variety of religious differ-
ences encompassed in each of the
three faiths, the NCCJ in 1933 or-
ganized the only interreligtous
new- service devoted entirely to
the dissemination of objective
rows reporting in the religious
community.
The Religious News Service is
a most unusual organization with-
in an organization It is the Na-
tional Coherence's unique journ-
alistic arm that is serviced by a
ibal network of 950 news and
photo correspondents. With a
[quarters staff located in
New York City, it has long been
ipensable to the secular as
. a- the religious press The
RNS's I mg list oi clients includes
reasing number ol s|
- and ra lio and tele\ isi
Ea< h year the lisl if cli
gi iw and the religi is
i! ,; annels Iten apears as I
age v>\ i r ige as well a
il part ol the
n amming on tele* isi i a
A recent statement il
edition ol Cl in h and
51 in the L'nited Sta es
v e w o r k on th
d Ihe lit ligious New Se
. the mosl i -
>| current infoi
- if church and stat
Police-Community Relations
' Iryiti limes
; -: is tell in aim I
American conn
-1 I .. a > s,
sometimes in i
lignity as s
- bet we n ethnii
i >'. -i mps During the Second
' rid V\ ar and since, howe\ ei.
win ssed ai e\ r-gro
ation ; whole segments
oi the country's population This
ilist c societj has cre-
ated increasing problem
cemenl at a time when the
American public's regard for law
ii cemenl seems to be
angerously,
'iten the public regard for law
an I older on the local scene dis-
rupts in violence, and where II
- and to whatever degree the
\' (.' over the years has
ignize these critical
- bj trying to bring together
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the opposing factions in an at-
mosphere of dialogue to help
solve these serious problem,
through moral integrity, educa-
tion and staunch leadership \
.-o the need for more extensii
police protection, especially
densely populated large citie-.
with diverse ethnic and ra
groups, grows.
Labor Management
These matters have long
a major concern of the NO '
year round Police-Com muni:.
.a, si ns program. For many j
the National Conference ha
sumed an active leadership r i
in combatting these d i v i
forces through its national res
al Institutes. More than 4ti -
Institutes are now being
each year and are compn -
the leadership of most of thi
jor law enforcement agem .
country, together with
li'.il community leaders
titutes have played a
n le in dev loping an awari
oi the ui gent Deed (or I etl
n i elations m o n g law
fon ei lent personnel, [nspin
the NCCJ, m a n y police |
: a.e instituted human reiat
courses to help them rnon
land our new compk \
.-. --"i iety and assume i
inti lligent attitude in a< i
i.. h 11 h their law e
protier
'i he Ni i .i seeks in Its
': program t-i <
- responding awareness
. :. ral pui lie to n
i pei lence and i
. -.: tj n parti
. .',. ,,i enforcem* nl
i ies m uphol ling the prux
aw and order
Evi iy American's rij
b ipportunity and to work :
I \ in. u age are so tightly
in the fabric ol American
that no program of I
hood nor an) Amerh at a
ii ation could ignore the h
rtts and the conseq
item \ er those rights an
i nilict between labor an I
ment inevitably leads I
rupiion in our nations eco
then b> affecting the lives
Americans For many years '
NCCJ has played an imp
role as moderator in fostei
continuing dialogue betwe
lers ol labor and mana.
and the government
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Friday. February 18. 1966
fj&listi flrridHian
Per* -.Z
Brotherhood Week Feb. 20
Mark Collins, publisher of "The
Baltimore .v \> Vrru rican," John
ider, preaidi nt of CBS Tel-
evision, and Robert F. Hurleigh.
president of Mutual Broadcast-
ing System. Inc., h a \ e joii I
lent Johnson in promoting
t h e nation's 1 !ku Brothei
I nun Feb. 20 to 27. The
NCCJ has sponsored the annual
National Brotherhood Week fol
the past 33 years.
These three news media lead-
ers have pledged an all-out effort
the mi Bsage of Brother-
to the natipn via their ije-
ve media Presidenl John
r. as all Presidents before him
tning w i i h Franklin D.
osevelt, is honorary Brother-
Week chairman, an has
1 his supp nt i( the Nation-
. I nference's 1966 Brotherhood
drive V. .' Skutt, president
lairman ol the board of Mu-
: Omaha, is National Broth'
I iVeek Chairman this year
Spe:!al Privilege
i '.-. in ac< epting the honoi
:' being National Brotherhi od
. Press* 'ommittee Chair-
.:." .. d thai "in the gr< at work
the Na i i al Conferem e
i uristi :.- and Jews Is doing
itch National Brotherhood
.r-s to emphas.ze, we of tin
I mmitt<. hat e a special
I ge. And every special pnv-
. _> carries a special obligation
V ,e ( ir, lively than any oth-
er cate&ory ol Americans, we can
speak to the minis of people. We
lielp people to understand
ther people."
Quo;Ing author James Russell
II Collins continued: "Folks
never understand the folks they
ale. and added his own obser
ation: "The inverse is equally
true and pel hups more pointed:
never hate the folks thej un-
it -land.
"Let us then rededicate our-
- to the NCCJ's goals and
activities; to discussion and edu-
which leads to understand-
i good will among human
-. whoever they may be.'
eider, in an apeal to his
. tel< vision broadcasters to
hind the nationwide toler-
ci drive, said: "We can and
.i the spirit of Brotherhood
- into sharp focus, our 1966
i is 'Brotherhood Democ-
il Work.' Through our joint
rts, let us help to translate
..- -It gan into reality, not only
. :' therhi ad Week but in

)therhood Greetings
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from
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every week. Throughout the year
ie!p focus attention on
A ne&icen ideals and values
tribute to our democrat-
B oi freedom and equal-
ity !. .
Living in Different Worlds
Hurleigh, in accepting the Ra-
ni mittee chairmat
agues: "We len
ifferent worlds, foi
oj ci aekgrounds. We
::.. and the few W<
kll the 'her worlds are too
; co o red exceptions rat!
. ttei ns ol thi se worlds..
I ol ii- in our differ-
ent wot > to r place this .
at ai h otin r w it it some i i
;.- na knov. ledge,
tai e to tace discussions
n arranged ov r the
years. o?tween representati
oi t it -.- liffi n nl groups, under
th .. pices ol the National
ferei Christians and Jews
Ni ne would claim that this
I ...:. e pn gram of the N.
' renoe of Christians
has revolutionized our
-".!- But neither would any
ni bar with this work deny
that .t has contributed immet
urably to progress in the right
direction. It is a privilege to be a
part of this effort."
These statements could almost
he interpreted as answers to re-
marks made by V. .1. Skutt in a
-. i on Dec. 7 at the NCCJ
51 Chapter's annual dinner:
"Our dynamic communications
.. which have been used so
- cessfully in our co u n t r y in
ng the people informed of
tical issues, of the develop-
ment of new products in all fields,
should be utilized more extcn
y to improve human rela-
' ; to chil v this objective of
lierh id There are all too
who have not been exposed
thi truth- ol Brotherhood.
"II il were possible, and I be-
il is. for the communica-
tions me lia 11 marshal] forces for
irpose ol disseminating the
results of deliberations and con-
live dialogue on brotherhood
to al] Americans, then we could
hope to achieve a much belter
climate ol living in this country.
They could reach the adolescent
who is troubled as to his own or
her own future. They could reach
the adult individually and his par-
ents with their responsibilities.
A Naturally Born Spirit
Continued from Page 2-C
locue across denominational and
theological lines. With the grov
ing dynamics of the ecumenical
spirit, such seminars will seek to
help rt-cxamine and reevalua'.e
religion's role in the modern
world through a broader dialogue
between different denomination-
al and theological groups, thtis
strengthening the role of all re-
ligions in the modern world.
It is not cliche but fact that
"'today's youngsters necome to-
morrow's leaders." To watch two
children overcome a language
barrier or see a child ignore a
playmate's disability is to ob-
serve true brotherhood in its
most unspoiled form. To help pre-
serve this natural instinct of
youth to communicate without re-
gard to barriers, the NCCJ runs
a program for youth in which the
Continued on Page 6-C
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Marine
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1480 N.W. 22nd COURT
PHONE NE 5-6531
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BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
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ROOF COATING LICENSED & INSURED
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PHONE 635-0216
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FASHION CLOTHIERS. INC.
Quality Men's Clothing
SUITS SPORTS COATS SLACKS
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
530 N.W. 26th STREET
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TO ALL GREETINGS
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RALPH E. OESTERLE & CO.
5965 S.W 8th STREET M0 7-8816
Brotherhood Greetings to Entire Jewish Community
WM. M. THOMSON, INC.
Investment Realtors
615 N.E. 125th Street North Miami, Florida
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
CARLSON
CONSTRUCTION CO.
General Contractors
554 N.W. 54th ST. PL 9.5716
Brotherhood All Year Long
The National Conference of
Christians and Jews, sponsoring
agency for the annual National
Brotherhood Week campaign to
promote better human relations,
does not rest its case on a one
week time slot. The backbone of
its work is its year-round educa-
tional program carried on in
many levels of society through 68
regional offices and more than
150 chapters in the United States
and through the work of its sis-
ter organization, the Canadian
Council of Christians and Jews.
The N'CCJ was founded in 1928
by a group of eminent Ameri-
cans, including Charles Evans
Hughes. Newton D. Baker, S.
Parkes Cadman. Roger W. Straus
and C'arlton J, II. Hayes, follow-
ing the vicious anti-Catholic pres-
idential campaign against Al
Smith. They recognized an ur-
gent need for an organization to
combat all forms of bigotry and
ignorance which would turn one
group of Americans against an-
other, thereby undermining the
greal promise of democracy.
The NCCJ is a civic and edu-
cational organization It is not .1
religious organization or inter-
faith movement.
The NCCJ seeks the Mipport
of all religiously motivated peo-
ple to help promote justice, am-
ity, mutual understanding and
civic cooperation among all men.
It does not aim at any sort of
amalgamation of religious bodies
or a least common denominator
of doctrine. It does not engage 111
common worship.
In fact, the N'CCJ works to
guard against the dangers of re-
ligious indiffcrentism. It seeks to
influence Americans to appreci-
ate the diversities among them
and to bear the responsibilities of
human community.
The N'CCJ purpose is posi-
tive. To approach more closely
the national ideal of "one nation,
under God. indivisible, with lib-
erty and justice for all." It is con-
cerned with all areas of conflict
based on race, socio-economic in-
terests, and political belief, as
well as those of religious differ-
ences. It does not serve any area
Of vested interest, but rather the
interests of all Americans of ev-
ery race, creed and nationality.
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
LEO ADLER
Package
Store
2403 COLLINS AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
HERBERT BERNER
The Berner Co.
Advertising Specialties
And Services
343 ALCAZAR AVE.
Coral Gables
PHONE HI 4-4041
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
A. PETRI, INC.
PAINTING AND
DECORATING
175 N.E. 65th ST.
MIAMI
The NCCJ program is educa-
tional. It follows a multiple ap-
proach at various levels of the in-
tergroup situation in the com-
munity It reaches millions of
Americans annually by conduct-
ing programs with and through
existing institutions and organi-
zations. 11 s accomplishments
must not be measured in terms
of the immediate and the spec-
tacular. It is neither a propa-
ganda organization nor a pressure
group. It does not lobby. It does
not pass resolutions.
The NCCJ program Is, h,.w.
ever, a profoundly important and
basic form of action. By promni.
ing the fundamental religious
and democratic tradition, (,l (i-
vility. it is helping citi/.Mis in a
plural society to arrive at con-
sensus through which they can
act humanely and wisely in doal<
ing with the complex problems ol
human relations.
An Obligation Every
American Should Feel
Brotherhood is an obligation
every American has to every
other; it should be willing pay-
ment for every free and healthy
breath he breathes.
If you are a privileged Ameri-
can well-off, well-respected,
well-educated and fulfilled In
your profession, how do you rate
your brotherhood to the other
American who enjoys few (it these
blessings because there is a dif-
ference in his skin color, his ac-
cent or the emblem he wears or
doesn't wear.
Is your attitude or commitment
to the cause of brotherhood just
an afterthought, a fad. an intru-
sion, a conversation piece or a
tax-deductible contribution?
Is brotherhood to you a mat-
ter for tomorrow's agenda, not
today's; a reflection for the Sab-
bath, never on other days; a ruse
or a nevcr-was?
Listen a minute to the other
American. To many underpriv-
ileged Americans whose daily
lives arc overshadowed by prej-
udice directed against their skin
color, creed or ethnic roots, broth-
erhood is a desperate plea for
basic rights every American 111
his heart should want for every
other American. When the evil
of prejudice casts a shadow in
one's community or one's social
life it takes courage to speak up
for brotherhood. During Brother-
hood Week and year-round
the National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews offers an oppor-
tunity to every individual to ad
vance the cause of hi
and to help the other American.
Brotherhood means fr""dom of
speech, equal job opportunity,
equality of social life and educa-
tion. That's why brotherhood 1
America's first and foremost bus-
mess For brotherhood
racy at work'
Spirit Born
Naturally
n
Continued from Page 3-6
youngsters play all the
roles.
To help young people raeel the
problems of rapid change in a
complex world, the National Con-
ference puts increasing emphasis
on its regional conferences 1 <> r
high school children. These con-
ferences usually run for 0 ie week
and draw teenagers front a va-
riety of backgrounds geograph-
ic and socio-economic a-, well .>s
racial, religious and eU'.r
The 1) a 8 i environ
these youth conferences strcssi -
group activity of a cultural, 5C4 '
and recreational nature, provid-
ed in as nearly ideal settin)
possible to stimulate spot taneoi s
and frank Interplay. Her; you:
people learn respect for '-'".<
ferences among them
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
CHARLES R. REEVES
Ifs Sure to Please If It Comes from R
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ONE AND ONLY LOCATION
16410 BISCAYNE BLVD. Ph. Wl 7-0331
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
FROM
ED A. WALLACE
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Kndav. onarcrt a.v is*kk
Friday, February 18. 1966
fJcn/sfi noridiicin
Page 7-C
Candidates Launch Campaigns
Candidates in a variety of races, from governor to constable, are
readying their campaigns for the first Democratic primary scheduled
lor May 3.
Second primary will be May 24. Following is a partial list of can-
didates who have announced for office:
Judge WHIUm Herin
Judge William A. Herin of the1
KlevenUr Judicial Circuit of Flor-i
Ida, which includes all of Dade
County, is a candidate for reelec-
tion in Group Two.
Since election to the bench in
1948 Judge Herin has supported I
improvements in judicial admin-
istration, serving on the State Bar
Association Committee calling
fof revision of the Florida Consti
hi(.nii). and for adoption of Hand-
books of Information for Trial
Jurors throughout the State.
He is the author of the Trial
Jurors' Handbook used in Dade
and Hillsboro Counties since 1952
and twice approved by the Su-
preme Court of Florida. He is the
Author of the Standard Grand Jury
^vhargS, currently being used in
Dade County, and also author of,
I In- local Circuit Court Rules He
has written leading articles for
the University ot Klorida Law Re-
view, the Miami Law Quarterly,
and Ihe National Trial Judges'
Journal.
In 1959. Judge Herin addressed
the American Bar convention, sec-
tion of Family Law, on the sub-
ject oi divorce and reconciliation
In 196C, he was appointed by the
Chief Justice of Florida as a dele
gale to the American Bat AsSOCia
at ion. National Conference of
State Trial Judges, nl the Section
of Judicial Administration, and
lias been a member of the Confer
ence since then.
Koi ;t>e past three years. Jus-
lice Tom C. Clark, of the U.S. Su-
preme Court, has called annual
National Metropolitan Courts Con-
ferences to deal with court calen-
dar congestion in the country's 25
largest cities, and Judge Herin
has represented this circuit each
a%':" by appointment of the pre
^Rdini; JU
Scott Kelly
Seott Kelly, candidate for gover
noi has unveiled his program for
Florida's public schools, stating
"education must be put first
must receive priority considera-
tion at the state level." He de-
M'ribed his program as "a bold
Commitment to an acceleration in
public school education."
Major items in Kelly's propos-
al are a limit of 25 pupils per
teacher, a schedule of salary in-1
creases for teachers, elimination!
of all miscellaneous fees charged!
for instructional materials, and up-i
dating of the textbook program.!
Kelly's program was announced i
in two sections, the first phase as
a "priority program which I, as|
Governor, will include in my mes-'
sage to the J901 legislature and1
ask the enactment and full finan-
cial implementation of its provi-
sion*."
He emphasized that his proposal!
is for grades kindergarten through'
12 and that he will announce his|
plans for other levels of public
education later.
The second phase of the pro-
gram will be submitted to the 1969'
session of the legislature. Kelly'
said, adding. "This second phase
can be classified as a long-range
program to achieve excellence in
education.
"I have included in Phase II
many items which arc highly de-
sirable but which, because the in-
cumbent administration has ne-
glected the priority items in Phase
1 of my program, must await ac-
tion until the people of Florida can'
afford them."
The former state senator esti-
mated the cost of Phase 1 at
S172.710.0OO "If we can enact and
fully finance the priority program
in 1967. I am confident that the
revenue produced by the natural
growth of our state will finance
all of Phase 11 in 1969 and Florida
will have for the first time a pro-
gram of excellence for public
schools hiih will achieve quality
education for all."
Robert L. Shevin
Rep. Robert L. Shevin. of Dade
County, voted the Outstanding
First Term member of the Florida
State Legislature, is seeking elec-
tion to the Florida Senate under
the new reapportionment plan in
the 44th district representing all
of Dade and Monroe Counties.
Shevin said that "the time for
leadership is her e. Your Dade
County delegation can now. under
a reapportioned legislature, as-
sume a new. vital and aggressive
I role of importance in Tallahassee
"I feel deeply that during the
last session of the legislature I
truly helped make Dade's voice
heard in the state capital, and
around the state.
"My award as the outstanding
First Term legislator was based
on a vote ot" my fellow legislators,
and the St. Petersburg Times Poll
named me one of the ten most
valuable legislators of the 1965
session."
Shevin said that as a state sen-
ator "I will have the opportunity
to speak more effectively on your
behalf once and for all to in.
sure that Dade County and its peo-
ple come first."
Shevin declared that during the
last session he worked towards
"the passage of legislation which
is vital and necessary to the in-
terests of Dade County, including
the proposed constitutional amend-
ment for relief from the discrim-
inatory inventory tax: the desig-
nation of a four-year college for
Dade County: more stringent
criminal penalties lor the sale of
narcotics to minors, and the estab-
lishment of a Constitutional Re-
vision Committee and a Tax Re-
form Commission."
Gerald Lewis
Gerald Lewis, Miami attorney,
has announced that he would seek
a seat in the State Legislature from
I Dade County
The 31-year-old Coral Gables
resident has stated that "I am par-
ticularly concerned that this state
is still lagging in the growth of its
educational system, in the unfair
manner in which taxes are being
levied, and the manner in which
certain allocations have been
made in this state."
Lewis in particular cited the
fact "that the state mental hospi-
tal which should have been built
in populous South Florida will be
built in a rural county
Lewis said he would be "pledged
to a tax reform program, a mini-
mum wage bill for Florida, con-
j stitutional revision, and legisla-
. tion which would stimulate indus-
try in locating here."
Lewis has served in the State
\ Executive Committee of the Young
i Democratic Clubs of Florida and is
! currently executive vice president
] of the Young Democratic Club of
I Dade County. His wife. Ann. served
i as secretary' and a-s a member of
! the Board of Directors of that or-
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Friday. February 18. 196=
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Columnist Given
Support for View
On South Africa
LZ TOR. The Jewish Floridian:
k ; s< gal in hi> colun
31. justlj condemning R i
for its quixotic effort!
fore' er on the shoulders
. ol 4.000.000 blacks the
of .i mere 220.000 whites
to say on The Elephant, or
lesia and the Jewish Qi!es-
American kws do not lift
in protest when the S
;..:; go\ eminent, as .i mi tter
. mrse bars American N<
V.S military uniforms from
,ui South African bases solely
___use of the skin color of the
ricans Vet we wonder where
allies are when American .lews
VS. military uniforms are bar-
from bases in Arab States."
Without passinyj judgement
,.-ich of the two discriminations
re the more reprehensible a
; -:oves os to declare that any-
- ng that will divert the re-
-.fitment of the citizen in Amer-
:, Jew or Christian, against
i- evil that has never before
r.t-allen America, is merely de-
. ing removal of a blot from
'..' beloved country, without
. oging any appreciable relief
ewhere
went up to the capitol to hear
deliver his report to the Con-
. t-s on Mar. l. I was dismayed
ie ha'tiny. ineffective manner
elivery He ad-libbed a great
as frequently as 1 had ever
d him. Some of his extern
neous remarks were wholly ir-
vant, tnd seme them bordered
he ridiculous as for example
statement:
For instance, on the problem
vrabia. I learned more about
whole problem the Moslem
ilem, the Jewish problem
alkini; with Ibn Saud for five
utes than I could have learn-
n the exchange of two or three
n letters'
ell. ridiculous or not. out of
meeting between FDR and Ibn
I i mi rged an agreement that
he American bases in Sau ..>
American forces must not in-
e a soldier of the Jewish faith.
~his has never happened in
-t 3,500-year history of the
. **ish people despite the anti-
i-nitic discrimination they have
; -fered generally.
V ie standard Jewish Encyclope-
leclares Roosevelt. Franklin
..no. 1382 1945 On many oc-
ms i' expn ssed sympathetic
- is iiions. but shorth be-
; leath he was infliii n< e I
m the opposite direction by a meet-
ing with King Ibn Saud ol Saudi
U '.a."
AVRA PULZER
Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Of late there has been an in-
creasing tendency on the part of
various local ami national Jewish
organizations to single out non-
Jews lor honors and awards
For a Jew to he honored by
these -.niie organizations, it i> usu-
ally expected that the honoree be
an individual who has made great
Contributions, and over an extend-
ed period ol time, in terms >i
both effort and money, to the hoi-.
oring group. A non-Jew. on the
other hand, is generally honored
solely for his willingness to accept
the honor or award, and to spend
a lew hours at the alfair arranged
in his honor.
At the annual membership iuncneon oi deth Is-
rael Congregation Sisterhood, plaques oi hon-
or axe given to leaders of the Sisterhood from
the day of its founding. Left to right (seated^
are Mesdames Isadore Friedman, Hyman
Kolko, and George Hechter. Standing are
Mesdames Theodore Landesman, Be: i
Bcistacky, Alexander Moskovits and Maurice
Goldiing. Not shown is Mrs. Harry Milsen.
With several notable excep-
tions, these honors and awards
have been bestowed on non-Jews
who had no prior commitment
to or even interest in the effort
of the honoring organization. It
is also remarkable that while
apparently hoping to engender
some little good-will in the gen-
eral community, the past selec-
tions have with dull regularity
completely ignored the power
structure and opinion-making
forces in the non-Jewish com-
munity.
While we should not begrudge
these honoree.-. their moment of
glory, particularly since most of
them are not likely to find them
selves so honored by non-Jewish
communal groups again, this
phenomenon must be a source of
great disquiet to those who are
concerned with the future of the
Jewish community in the United
- as a distinct and viable
part of the general community.
The conclusion seems inescap-
able that this unhappy situation is
a reflection ol the continued sense
of insecurity on the part of the
Jewish communal leadership, and
of insecurity on the part ot the
Jewish communal leadership and
of a resurgence ol a native tmt r
lean version of the "Golus" phil-
osophy.
Moreover, it i> particularly dis-
turbing to note that it is not the
generation of immigrants, but the
first and second generation of
American born Jews who are in
the forefront of this unseemlj race
to curry favor with the least de-
serving element in the general
community,
This state of affairs threatens
to lead to the total loss of the re-
spect of the thoughtful membeis
of the general community, as
well as that of those very in-
dividuals who are so carelessly
honored to say nothing of the
self-respect, or what little is left
of it, of the honoring organiza-
tions.
It is high time that the Jewish
communal leadership recognizes
the futility of this shallow seeking
after the good-will and tolerance
of non ,lew>. and devotes itself to
the reestablishment of our sense
ol worth m our own eyes, for only
in this manner can we hope to
overcome the dangers, particular-
ly of assimilation, which threaten
the very survival of an identifiable
Jewish community in tin- cum.try
concerned about his claim that
"Rabbi Gittelsohn ceased being a
rabbi to become an expert in poll
tical and foreign affair-" and in
sexology Having served Rabbi
Gittelsohn's assistant for three
years 1 can attest to the fact that
his comments in these areas have
concerned the moral issues in-
VOh e.l
Bei'1.^ a Jew has always required
applying the moral standards of
mi faith to the ethical issues of
contemporary society To d<
is to disregard the mandate oi o
prophetic heritage
It is. of course, necessan
der to write cogently to ii
materials from various
When Rahhi Gittelsohn do.'- ti
he is cartful to rely on the or
;,f experts in the respective I
under discussion.
RABBI CHARLES A KROLOF=
Community Reform Temple
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During the agony of a severe
second coronary thrombosis in
1958, the long forgotten words and
tune of "Veachre Kich os Hak
Levado Imloch Norro" came to m>
subconscious mind. After recup-
> i ating and settling here. I re
solved to try to find the i.e\ a
Imloch." Contrary to Kabbi Wcu
stein- thinking in your Issue of
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Reform or e\ en in the Const i .
live synagogue.
1 chose Orthodoxy with son..
its undeniable faults. The emin-
ent Habbi is recommending to edu-
cate and steep our youth in Jew-
ish tradition. What tradition does
the Reform movement have, i v
cept candlelighting at the Friday
night service and the big cigar and
cigarette-smoking right after the
service?
Does he perhaps have in mind
the closed door policy on the Sab-
bath, or the ostentatious ham
pork indulgence at the Rar and
Bas Mitzvath banquets at the
country clubs'"
Am I wrong in thinking that the
most intermarriages, percentage
wise, come not from the Orthod
It would be interesting to kno,
what Rabbi Weinstein ha- doni
to make our own traditions, fesl
vals and Sabbath more mean
something, he recommends oth
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vJewisti flbrSdHBun
Paae 9-C
Candidates Launch Campaigns
Ccn-'nued from Page 7-C
Ization. During the Presidential
campaign of 19^4. Lewis was
Chairmai of the Young Demo
crats "LBJ Roundup" and, to-
gether i hia wife, handled a
numbei o campaign programs.
Lewis a paratrooper, served with
the U.S. "my for two year-, and
was a ember of the Special
Forces I I oi th \rmy Reserve
for threi ears. He now holds the
rai > ol 'tain ..." I is command-
ing ofti ol a S H;.al Forces
i tachmi of the Florida Nation-
al Guard
Lewis a mi iber of Temple
; Al
Dr Elton G'ssendanner
Dr. E on J. Gissendanner :<'!.
or ol the Citj <>f North
i hi nnounced his candidacy
i the '' rida 51 ite Senate, two
v tern tor pro ised Disti ict 39
g North Dade.
I believe," Gissendanner has
!rted, that reaiest threat
lo Flori progi is an inferior
educatii sj I We must up-
nl facilities and inject
new strength and scope into our
technoli al schools and univei
sities. Industry needs a technically
ntci d trained labor pool if
. are I i grow properly.
\ conktructive program of edu-
cation U help Floiida hold the
line on t;-\es through greater in-
dhidual nd corporate productiv-
ity in ,i I lition, we w ill be in a
better pi sition to attract new elec-
tronic an< space-related industries
lo our State therebj broadening
our ta\ hi -e ani ultimately reduc-
ind v lual ta -
Dr Ginstndanner i> the recipient
of the rth Miami Chamber ot
Commerc Outstanding Citizen's
Award and, from the Junior ( ham.
h .is ret : id both the
i Gi trnment and the Disting-
: Lee av ards He is past
presidenl A the North .Miami Ro-
tary, and f the North Miami Jay
cees
Alex Gor&on
Running for one >: the eight new
seats created for Dade and Mon-
roe Counties under the reappor-
le I v- ate, I'd le Commission-
er Alej ord tas qualified in
tne raci lor the District 46 At
Large si eml r :ing both coun-
\ res ol F! rida since 1945,
Gordon I bee ember of the
Dade County Commission since
1958, twice chairman, and has at-
tended more than 95 per cent of
commission meetings
A former FBI special agent and
municipal judge. Gordon has been
noted "for his vigorous and con-
Iinning drive to decrease taxes.
while demanding full value tor
i ach tax doilar spent," n.s sup
poiu is de In seeking the Senate seat, Gor-
di n lei in. "i-,./iuia entiie
ax structure must be thorouj biy
revised and made more equit
with elimination i i the unwii Idy
I .'i nal i. opei ty tax. 'I here
should be a Lairer return o," tax
money, to the lai ger com I
Candidate Gordon feels that
"the economic future oi Florida is
dependent on a greatly exi a
educational program geared to
lechnolo ,ical advances
An attorney, i,onion is married
to the former Sandra Gould, ol
Cambridge, Mass They have four
i aughters.
Gordon is past president of the
Miami Heath Bar Association,
member of Kiwanis, Taxpayers
Association, Civic League, F. and
A.M., and Mahi Temple Temple.
He is former chairman of Florida
State Grievanct Committee ior
the 11th Judicial Circuit, member
ol the Chamber of Commerce and
its Hoard of Governors, lormer
municipal judge of Miami Shores,
organizer and first president of
Veterans 52 Association, member
of the Hoard oi Directors of Tem-
ple Kniaiui F.l and honorary life
member of Florida P.T.A
Co-chairmen of Gordons cam-
paign are Dade Mayor Chuck Hall
and former Appeals Court Judge
Mallory Horton.
Joe Boyd
Joe Boyd. Dade County Com-
missioner, qualified Tuesday as a
candidate for the Democratic no-
inination for Public Service Com-
mission of Florida. He filed ior
seat two.
Boyd was elected to the Dade
County Commission first in '.958
and twice since, and has been its
chairman. In his last race, he re-
ceived marly 80 per cent of the
votes cast He as city attorney for
Hialeah for eight years, and has
been president of Hialeah Miami
Springs Bar Association and presi
lent Of Hialeah Miami Springs
Chamber of Commerce.
Boyd. a native Georgian who
came to Florida in 1939. was edu-
cated at I'ltdiiiont College, Mercer

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gion.
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.n and live children
live in .Miami Springs
Bernard Frank
Former Miami Beach Vice .May.
or Bernard Frank has announced
his candidacy for the new -> at
the State Legislature, represent-
ing District Five, consisting pri-
marily of Miami Beach a n d its
neighboring communities north
thiough Golden Beach,
Jtl Frank, who will run in
the Democratic promary in May. is
a native born Dade Countian.
A graduate of Miami Beach
Huh School and the University of
.Miami. Judge Frank is a to mer
winner of the Beach Jaycee Good
Government Award He also re-
ceived the Hebrew Academy's
Award for Community Enhance-
ment, and in I960 earned the
Presidents Council of .Miami
Beach Certificate of Achievement.
A veteran of the Miami Beach
City Council, Judge Frank served
on the city's Municipal Court
bench from 1948 until his election
to the council in 1951 He served
overseas for more than two years
during World War II.
Winner of the Democratic Club
of Miami Beach Award in 1961. the
former vice mayor also earned
ITA awards from Beach High and
Junior High Schools lor "distin-
guished meritorious service to the
youth of his community."
An active member of B'nai
B nth. the Zionists, Elks and num-
erous other civic and service or-
ganizations, Frank is a life-long
member oi Both Jacob of Miami
Beach, where his father is presi-
dent, and a member of Temple
Beth Sholom.
Married to popular singer Mar-
ion Colby. Judge Frank has one
son. Robert Michael.
Robert King High
.Miami Mayor Robert King High
is kicking off his state race for
governor with a giant rally on Sun-
da)
The rally, which will Ik- held at
2 i' m at Tropical Park, Bird K
at the Palmetto Expressway, will
-' iged in the form oi a coun-
try pair,
M ire than 20.000 people are -v
;> I "aince this is his home-
Jim Kaufman. Dade
o nty campaign manager, re
expecting quite a turnout from the
ho < lected High live times
be their mayor This is going
to be the biggest political kickolf
n i- lorida history," he said.
In addition, car caravans are be-
ing rganizi d throughout the state
to journey to the rally
Shortly alter the rally gets Un-
derway, Mayor High will deliver
a welcome address, Kickoff chair-
man is John Balestar. Bob is de-
puty kickoff chairman.
In charge of promoting and
publicizing the giant rally is Al
Green, president of a. F Green
Advertising Agency, which was
recently appointed to handle all
advertising and public relations
throughout Dade County for the
High for Governor campaign.
Tom Spencer
State Rep. Tom Spencer is a.
candidate for t h e State Senate.
The two-term House member states
that he will "run in Senatorial Dis-
trict 52. one of the new Senatorial
districts serving all of Dade and
Monroe Counties."
The Group Eleven seat in the
House of Representatives which he
has held since 1963 has been elim-
inated by the new reapportion-
ment
Announcing his candidacy. Spen
cer said. "I appreciate our people's
tting me work for them in the
House of Representatives and
hope i car. continue to t > SO in
the SI .-"rate'
Re| said thai
mosl ant p ing
our 51 [air a;
nation,

ty. and general welfare problems
"We oet tired oi talking .
reapportionmi added, but
there is no more important re-
quirement for any government
than that it be democratically
Rep. Speni called
f or ment "to be
han lied 1 n of
the tl by a
- -: ."
S icei a 3?-: < ar-old at-
torn.
sity : 1 aw School in 1056
At the university, he majored in
political science, s> rved as presi-
ot the student Body, presi-
dent of the Debate Council, and
was a member of Iron Arrow
and other honorary fratern-
ities He served three years u- an
le U.S. Ni I was
electi It ihe House i sent
in i
John W. Gilbert
Pledging a massive fight
against crime." John W. Gilbert,
District I Constable, opened his
campaign for Dade's Senate seat in
District 12.
'Our State government has been
lax in not taking steps to take up
the sword with our local govern-
ments in fighting the crime syndi-
cates. said Gilbert,
As a pledge to 'he voter. [
promise to make every effort, as
a state legislator, to make the
streets and homes of our cities
safe for our women and children."
Gilbert said that "our local
crime fighting agencies are serious-
ly hampered by a lack of adequate
funds and personnel. "I would urge
the state legislature to make ef-
forts to -upply state funds fop
help in crime disaster areas." said
Gilbert
Gilbert lives at 154 NW 97th St.
with In- u:,e th i former Betty
Hurst and three children. John Jr.
14; James Lee 11; and Carlee, 4
The new Senatorial candidate is
a graduate of Miami Edison Set
ior High School and the University
of Florida. Prior to assuming hil
Continued on Page 10-C
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Friday. February 18. 19G6
Candidates Running
Continued from Page 9-C
luties as Constable, he served as
t school teacher, and was a foot-
>all coach at Miami Jackson. Mi
iffll Edison. Palmetto and North
\liami Senior High Schools.
Gilbert was appointed Consta-
,le in 1961. and has been reelect-
-leal of study toward the reduction
of taxes and the elmination of
waste. My other objective is to
emphasize the continued need oi
promotion to encourage the
throughout the nation." Nathan Rrowt|, 0I tourism tttroughout this
area."
Julius Seldner
Julius Seldner, former deputy
to the late Constable Thelma
llardison. is a candidate in the
May Primaries for that District
.said.
Judge Nathan, born in 1918. in
Youngstown O.. moved to Dade
Couiitv with his parents in 1920.
and has lived here since that
time. He attended local grade
schools. Miami Edison High School.
University of Florida and Univer-
3 seat,
d twice since then. *^l sit'y of Miami Law School. He was Sei<)ner. of 5831 S\V 94th Ct..
Gilbert is a member of I he Miami law school student president, and nas ^n a licensed investigator
Shores
resident
lorida Miami Alumni Associa-
lon. member of the Board of Di
acton of the association, past tice 0f law. interrupted by ser- son. rreyiousiy;. ne >> **
-eoelarv and member of the Board viee | World War 11. In March. Deputy Constable in Distnet One
,, Directors of the Justice of the 1953. he was appointed by the late a special officer for the_ City of
iiS and Constables Association Uov. D. n McCa.1v as the first WfcMBJ-JjJi*
is a member of the Miami law scnooi siuuem iwrawiu, nas rx.Cn a ncensea imfi.s-"
Baptist Church, a past his supporters assert he started jn Florida since 1957 and has held
of the University of the U ol M Law Review a m,mber of positions in the field
i*-l Upon graduation in 1941. Judge of law enforcement, including that
>* Nathan began the private prac- of Deputy Constable to Mrs Hardi-
law interrupted bv ser- son. Previously, he was a Special
I Florida, and a Shriner.
judge of the Dade County Small rently
Claims Court for the purpose of t Sheriff.
Ronald Eefting organizing the court and discharg- The District
Ronald Eefting is running for ing his duties as its first judge.
m county wide Group 2 seat in He is married to t h e former
he Florida House of Representa- Helen Williamson, of Miami They.
fives. Eefting. currently state with their three children live at
veasurer of the Florida Young U25 Alfonso Ave.. Coral Gables.
Democrats, has served as vice judge Nathan's father, the late
resident and is now president- Louis Nathan, was m a y o r and
lect of the North Dade County council member of North Miami
from 1930 to 1934.
listed as a Special Deputy
the other parts of portionment plan
Wolfson. senior
,ii Association.
He says that "a redistribution of
.id' road funds for Dade County
>ad needs is one of my primary
.oals. In my mind, there Is no
ossible justification for the pre*
: ill diversion of Dade County cig
rette taxes to
te state "
He also charged that "Dade
ounty lax payers have long sill-
ied unfairly because local t a x
lads are used for services pro-
Hied by the state in other areas."
. e said. I feel the Dade County
ax payers need property tax relief
. hich can be obtained by a larger
.-.'turn of state tax money for ur-
I an affairs." He went on to say.
the big problems in the legislature
; 1 the next sessions are education
i id constitutional revision."
Judge Ray Nathan
Judge Ray Nathan, senior jurist
! Small Claims Court is a candi-
Louis Wolfson
3 Constable post
covers the Southwest area from
the Tamiami Trail south to Ho-
ward Dr.. and from Biscayne Bay
to the western fringe of the coun-
try. District 3 also includes Key
Biscayne.
Seidner is a member of the
Florida Peace Officers Associa-
tion. National Sheriff's Associa-
tion, Florida Sheriff's Association,
United Commercial Travelers.
Young Democrats and Greater
State Rep. Louis Wolfson II is a Miami Credit Association.
candidate for reelection. He will
run in Group 4. subject to Federal
Court approval of the state reap-
vice president
in charge of broadcasting for Wo
metCO Enterprises. Inc.. is seek
ing liis third term. He was first
elected to the Florida House Ol
Representatives in 1963.
The candidate is a fourth gen-
eration Floridian and the third
generation of his family to engage
in public service. His grandfather
had served as mayor of Key West,
and his father. Col Mitchell Wolf-
son, has been m a v o r of Miami
Beach.
Wolfson is the South Florida
member of the joint Senate-House
Interim Legislative Council. "He
has been prominently mentioned
judgeship as a candida,e for tne House
speakership in 1971," Wolfson's
1 the 1966 primary elections.
"I have always felt, with the
.ate Judge Wayne Allen, that it
s the American way to reward
.ood public service with promo-
.on to higher office."
Judge Nathan 46. added that he
\ ould be able to bring to Circuit
ourt "a combination of expert-
1 nee and maturity because of my
1 'i\g judicial service.
"Most Florida circuit judges are
I ppointed directly from the ac-
ve practice of law. Few ever have
tne opportunity to get judicial ex-
erience before becoming circuit
idges.
"Experience in dealing with
ople's problems from the bench,
lus tolerance and patience that
( >me with this experience, are of
. tal importance when you reflect
" it circuit judges have jurisdic-
t on over life and death," Nathan
supporters declare.
Wolfson is now chairman of the
House Executive Communications
Committee and a member of Fi-
nance and Taxation, Constitutional
Amendments. Industrial Develop-
ment. Water Resources Develop
ment and Conservation Commit
tees.
Paul Steinberg
Paul B. Steinberg, Miami Beach
attorney, announced his candidacy
for the Florida House of Repre-
sentatives in the new Miami Beach
district.
Steinberg is a graduate of the
University of Miami, cum laude.
and earned his LLB degree at Stet-
son University.
He is engaged in private prac-
tice in Florida and Washington.
D. C.
He is a member of Temple Zion.
the PTA and Tiger Bay Club Seid-
ner is married to the former Mar-
cia llannon. The couple have three
children
* >
Forney Stafford
Forney B. Stafford. Miami at-
torney, announced his candidacy
for State Representative in Dis-
trict 6.
He is a member of the Ameri
can. Florida, Dade County and
Federal Bar Associaticms.
Stafford is a charter membei ol
the Greater Miami Tax institute,
and has been teaching a course
in Federal Taxation at Miami-
Dade Junior College for the past
two years.
"A complete and comprehen-
sive study of our tax problems
should be made before we change
Florida's tax structure, and since
the Governor has already appoint-
ed a committee to do this job. we
should wait for the committee find-
ings before acting," Stafford de-
clared.
"I pledge myself to work for a
Mental Health Center here in
Dade County for middle-to-low in-
come groups, since I consider
mental health the state's No. 1
health problem," Stafford, presi-
dent of the Mental Health Asso-
ciation of Dade County, said.
Stafford is a member of the
Board of Directors and charter
member of Bayside Kiwanis Club,
a Scottish Rite Mason, a Shriner.
president of Mahi legal staff, past
president of the Oasis Luncheon
Club, and a member of the Ac?cia
Club.
Emmett Roberts
Emmett Roberts, candidate for
he Public Service Commissions.
has Sen. Ed Price as chairman of
his advisory Board, and Sen. Jerry
Thomas as state chairman.
Roberts noted that "in my
travels in every part of Florida.
! 1 have found widespread accept-
! a nee for the idea of implementing
: the technical staff of the Public
Service Commission."
jfc pointed out that "companies
regulated by the Public Service
; Commission are able to engage
the service* of the very finert
' perts in their hearing befor the
Commission. I will campaign on
: the idea of allowing the Commis-
1 sion to hire highly-qualified rate
analysts to represent the people
of Florida."
J. Jerry Zeltzer
J Jerry Zeltzer. Miami Beach
attorney, has announced that he
will be a candidate for the new
Florida Legislature seat represent-
ing the district of Miami Beach.
Zeltzer. governor of the Miami
Beach Loyal Order of Moose
Lodge, is a member of the Bis-
cayne Democratic Club, the Civic
League of Miami Beach, the
Democratic Club of Miami Beach.
and served in special services ol
the United States Armed Forces
in Japan
Zeltzer is a member of the
Miami Beach Bar Association,
Florida Bar, and the Federal Bar.
and was admitted to practice law
before the Supreme Court of the
United States in Washington. I). C
Zeltzer and his wife. Ilelene.
professionally known as singer-
actress Aileen Fiances, live at 4or>
\ Hibiscus Dr
Emmett Roberts
Emmett S, Roberts, veteran le-
gislator of Palm Beach County.
mm
has announced his candidacy for
the Public Service Commission
Continued on Page 13-C
"I also think mv 13
Steinberg is vice president of
vea,r.s as the Miami Beach Jaycees. director
I'mo-
jmo-
' r,a Jl"uS,'. sald' cra,ic Clllb- member of the Miami
I established this court, origin- Beach Elks, and is also the re-
procedures and have cipient of the Javcee of the Year
. nail Claims Court judge indicate 0f the Dade Countv Young Dei
I possess the proper temperament Crats, trustees of Biscayne Dei
-rved for more than a decade as
. senior judge Procedures and
i ethods of keeping court records
\ hich I devised are now being em-
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Award for 1964.
"I believe." Steinberg has
stated, "that a searching look is
necessary in the Held of taxation,
and 1 expect to devote a great
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f-Friday, Febraary 18, 1966
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jSophie Tucker
Dead at Age 79
NEW YORK (JTA) Sophie
[Tucker, veteran Jewish entertain-
[er for six decades in American
jshow business, died at her home
[here last week of a lung ailment
and kidney failure. She was 79.
she was a tireless fundraiser on
I behalf of numerous Jewish causes
throughout her star-studded ca-
reer.
Born of Russian-Jewish parents
named Kalish. Miss Tucker was
raised in Huston and Hartford and
rapidly rose to fame in the thea-
trical field as a singer and enter-
tainer. She actively supported the
Jewish Theatrical Guild and help-
ed establish schools and youth
centers in Israel. She was honored
with the planting of a forest in
Israel bearing her name.
In 1955, she endowed a chair
in the theater arts at Brandeis
I niversity through the Sophie
Tucker Foundation set up to bene-
fit various charities. During her
career, Miss Tucker would not
work on the High Holy Days or
,111 other Jewish religious holidavs.
Kosher Shipment Barred
SOPHIt TUCKIR
Billy Rose Passes
In Montego Bay
NEW YORK (JTA- Billy
; >se, the world famous Jewish
theatrical producer, died this week
.ii the age of 66 in Montego Bay.
lamaica, when he had a winter
home.
Born William Samuel Rosen-
berg on New York's Lower East
Side, Mr. Hose began his career
as a stenographer to financier
Bernard Baruch and subsequently
ambassed a fortune through his
:1 eatrica) ventures and in the
stock market.
He conttibuted a major (Mirlion
l his extensive collection of valu-
able sculptures to the Israel Mu-
seum in Jerusalem where a Billy
:i tsc Art Garden was established.
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JERUSALEM (JTA) A ship
ment of 150 tons of kosher meat
from the United States has been
held up in Israel, it was reported
here this week. Chief Rabbinate
circles said that "certain condi-
tions of halacha" Jewish reli-
gious law must be fulfilled be-
fore the import of kosher meat
from abroad is approved
While these conditions were not
spelled out. it was pointed out that
the Chief Rabbinate's general
practice is to oppose import of
meat from abroad unless the meat
is slaughtered under the supervi-
sion of the rabbinate's own super-
visors of ritual slaughter.
According to the rabbinate
here, American suppliers from
whom the Israel Trade Ministry
has ordered meat <" d not comply
with kashrulh arrangements con-
forming with the rabbinate's
conditions.
Trade Ministry circles said they
expect a settlement of the 'ssue
with the Chiei Rabbinate within a
few days, thus making po-sil 'i the
completion of kosher meal ship-
ments and the sale ol thai meal
in the Israeli public. Israel imports
2.500 inn> (i meat from abroad
annually,
The Israel Supply Mission in
New York has purchased "several
thousand tons" of kosher meat
from American suppliers, some ol
that meat has been delivered in
Israel, and the Mission here is
"not aware of the slightest diffi-
culty" in bringing that meat to
Israel, it was declared here this
week.
Beniamin I.emoor. director of
the Supply Mission, said he knew
nothing alxwt any of the meat
shipments being held up in Israel.
The remainder of the meat order
amounting to "several thousands
Ions" he declared, is now in prod-
uction, and shipment is expected but the entire process is under H
to be completed by the middle ol supervision of "the most respec -
next month. Bible rabbinical authorities" in th 9
All are "local people" he said, cwintry.
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Horns Furnishings
: 'vh b -ii
. in the home furoit
Mereanl D
>| e eire? r
co-cha
I : I
,Iuf Store?,
' th( ''
- .-.. E I Salomon
airmen
J. William Baros Jr.. of the
Miami Rug Company, has bean
He is a SH-iier jr: Mason
and in 1963 was made i Knight
Commander of the C?urt of
Honour. Hel'er is ) past
national JWV judge ac.ocate, a
g-aduate of New YorV Univer-
sity and Harvs'd Ln School
and is a Fast preside-* of the
Florida Harvard Lav/ S.-30I As-
sociation.
Horn ill Brw !> D,
is.u pas' oireetopj*
Beach Jaycees snei "va-
lient of (he
Florida H< a mem
direc!
. Heller
- Miami
! presi-
iRT in
of the
if CRT.
Construction Real Estate
i ons lime Mil mi c ; resident
Bi Gilli i been appointed
1 hairman tti< Con in and
1., al I 1 ati ision he 1968
turnisning
ler was r*n*ed chaiiman of the
manufacturers representatives
section.
Four men wi I share chaii
. p in the ( ntracl fui
foam rubber and
facturers The> an Dave
Melin, oi leahdtoiefoam i'r.
nets; David BendeU, ol Beauty-
craft Furniture: Larry Zirn, ol
.'ordan Marsh Department Store
and Aaron Euster, ol the Euster
Furniture Company.
Special gilts chairman of the
home furnishings group is Mendel!
M. Selig. and A. J Alexander i>l
the Kent Ftrrniturd CTrmpany is
honorary chairman of the group
Selig hosted the first dinner ol
*he campaign for the home fur-
nishings group, which realized a
37 per cent increase in gifts at
function.
According to Weisblatt and Lip-
the Combined Jewish Appeal
'"will realize more in 1966 because
re is more participation by
' individuals in the home fur-
- group than in any past
ns."
It is one of the major groups
in the mercantile division, one
of the most important segments
of the CJA annual campaign
.vhich has a goal of $1,566,666 in
',966, according to overall chair-
man Jay I. Kislak.
Funds from the annual CJA
1 go to more than 50 agem ii -
natii ally and ovei seas to
lp member a n< ies offer more
ce and better facilities
Local agencies include Mt. Sinai
Jewis for the
VM & -, WA, Jewish Famil)
ren's Scrvici u of
1 Voca-
Service, Baron di Hirsch
Fund and National Council
i-h Women.
Insurance Division
Harold Abbott, of North Miami.
I the Canada Life As-
Company here, has been
ramed co-chairman of the Life In-
irance Division of the 1966 Corn-
wish Appeal,
appointment was an-
by Jaj l Kislak, cam-
r the 1966 CJA.
^oal of SI,-
5-66.666 for1 more than 50 bene-
^THcmmer' CMOCiote chcirman of the Mer- group; and Louis I. Davis, associate chaiiman
Division; Israel Ambassador to Can- of the Mercantile Division.
ccr.uie
HAROLD ABBOTT
Abbott, a native of New
Haven, Conn., is a graduate of
Ouinnipiac College and the Uni-
versity cf Miami. He is a qualify-
ing and life member of the Mil-
lion Dollar Round Table, Multi-
Million Dollar Group Club, past
director of the Miami Associa-
tion of Life Underwriters, mem-
ber of the President's Club, and
member of the Estate Planning
Council of Southeast Florida.
Abbott is also a Mason. Elk.
member of B'nai B'rith. member
of the Board of Trustees for the
Southeast Florida Chapter of the
National Multiple Sclerosis Society,
chairman of the Pro-Mozart Soc-
iety, and bandwagon chairman of
the Greater Miami Thilharmonic
Society,
The paper section of the CJA
is under the Manufacturing and
Transportation Division, one of
the major groups in the cam-
paign which this year has set a
goal of SI,566,666 for more than
50 agencies locally, nationally
and overseas.
Cans has served as chairman
i.l the paper section for several
years and has developed it into
one of the most important seg-
ments of the manufacturing and
transportation division.
lie is a trustee for Israel Bonds
and is a member of the City of
Miami Beach Rating Board Gans
is a past member of the Advisory
Committee of Mt. Sinai Hospital,
one of the local agencies of the
Federation.
High Rise Apts.
I.ou Q. Harris. Miami Beach mic
leader, has been named vice chair-
man of central Miami Beach High
rises in the Residents and High
Rise Division of the 1966 Con
bined Jewish Appeal.
Harris, a resident here for 11
years from Philadelphia, w a s
named to the post by residents and
high rise co-chairmen. Byron Topol
and Daniel Neal Heller.
The vice chairman is a former
member of the board of the Al-
lied Jewish Appeal in Philadel-
phia and served as vice chairman
of initial gifts in 1950 and 1951.
He has served as chairman of the
Crystal House CJA committee foi
the past two years and is a
ber of the executive committi
the susta ning board of fellows at
Mt. Sinai Hospital, a bet i
: We are proud to have Abbott agencj oi the Federation,
i t -chairman of the life In-
surance Division." Kislak said.
\. of the campaign,
his ,.; .. work clos i> i uh
the Federation's executive com
mittee making campaign policy
and stri* ing to hit the goal In 1966,
Dr. Lehrman, a vice president
oi Federation, said "1 am happ)
in continuing to be a part oi the
organization. The needs are gn it,
and 1 am confident we can gather
support to meet our 1966 goal.''
"We are happy to announce
Dr. Lehrman's appointment,"
Kislak said. "His deep interest
in CJA work and its accomp-
lishments is valuable in attain-
ing a successful campaign for
all the agencies.
"As a vice president of Federa-
tion and one who has taken trips
to Israel." Kislak continued," Dr.
lehrman is well aware of the
needs for all agencies locally,
nationally and abroad.
"His deep insight into the work
of Federi n has provided an "it
standing background in lifesaving
needs that must be met in the
1966 camps
Residents Division
Attorney Daniel Neal Heller oi
Beach has been named co-
chairman of the Residence and
Hi h Rise Division of the Com
bined J i-h Anpeal of the Gn al
er '' h federal.on
H I
b> '. : I i\ slak, cl of the
i ." \ dri* e,
in of the A\-. i on.
Hell i lives on N'on i rid i
Isle with 1 Diane and
child] a past cha'i of the
< JA's ei i ... so ii m
nounced bj George Ta inoff, co-
chairman ol the Trade- and Pro-
fessions Divisi n of thi I 166 CJA,
which this year has a 'oal of
$1,566,666 for more than SO agen-
cies loca Ij rn I email; o\ er-
si as
Giller is a founder a -d -presi-
dent of Giller and Fr,d Con-
struction Corporation He is a
senior vice president a.-*d direc-
tor of Washington Feoeral Sav-
ings and Loan Associa-on, and
a director of the Jeffe.on Na-
tional Bank.
"We are r.;id to ar: mnce Gil-
ler'- appointm*nt." Tal.a toff -aid.
His background and knowledge
ol Combined Jc ish A eal wok
insures uv <' \. successful camp-
aign rn the part of the 'instruc-
tion and Re a! t>tate L sion."
Giller came to Florida in 1912
and has been a Miami Beach resi-
lent since 1934. He MM nanifi*
for the Zionist Organization of
America xth annual rd foi
[si icl i.i i '"! mem-
' ership to I Silvi ii orah
Club in ri i il ion o >ntin
i al an ireater Mi --;
I leration in 1964, a tn 1961
- hi for outsl
c to Fr< Mas nry fr-
bcrship in the Hiblsi Loi
F and \\!
Giller ber i
Hi- Miami
;.! VVHA V'Al-i,:
the Mian i ton
. on' cntion Hi seni< nembi i
il ociety i I Real Esta
sors, hon ist i
Miami Beach Apartme


"His background and knowledge
of Combined Jewish Appeal
and the needs of the he- <
agencies will help make the 1966
campaign a success.''
Paper Section
Sydney Gans. president of the
Sydney Bag and Paper Company.
has been named chairman of the
paper section of the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal.
Gans' appointment was an-
ficiarj cally, nationally nounced by Jay I. Kislak. overall
*-nd overseas, i966 CJA campaign chairman.
Home Emnishings Group of the Mercantile Division of the
wombined Jewish Appeal held a kickoff dinner recently and
realized 37 percent increase in gifts. Left to right are Hyman
-ipzin and Maxwell H. Weisblatt. co-chairmen of the group;
Mendel M. Seha, special gifts chairman; and A. J. Alexander,
honorary chairman. The CJA in 1966 has been set at SI,566.666.
Harris is a director of the Jefl
erson National Bank and a mi
ber of the board of directors oi
the Federation.
His division will help reach a
1966 Combined Jewish Appeal al
of SI.566.666 as announced bj
all campaign chairman. Jay ] Ki-
lak.
"We are very pleased with the
appointment of Mr. Harris," Kis-
lak said upon making the an-
nouncement with Topol and Hel-
ler. "The needs to raise more
money in 1966 are ever-present,
and we know that Harris' back-
ground will be a valuable asset to
the campaign."
Campaign Cabinet
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Miami Beach's Temple
Emanu-Kl. has been named chair-
man ui the Combined Jewish
Appeal's campaign cabinet.
The appointment was announ-
ced by overall C.I A can.:
chairman. Jay I. Kislak. who re-
cently announced a 1966 goal of
SI,566,666.
Dr. Lehrman twice was over-
all CJA chairman of the Combi-
ned Jewish Appeal, branch of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fede-
ration. He held the post in the
1964 and 1965 campaigns.
on past pn sidenl i -
'- devi lopment co | n en A
i akei b eau
VV h Topol, Heller will head
special programs for rpsiden's of
h'gh rises throughout the coun-
ty and especially on Miami
Bea'h Co-c!-airmanship includes
beirg ii charge of all reside^s'
participation in the 1966 camp-
aign.
m- e bj CJA surpasse I
oal ol S1.44J.000 which
more than 50 agencies locally, na-
t!onal!y and overseas.
r, a member of the United
young leadership
missi m to Europe and Israel in
1961. received the President's
\ward ol the Greater
: Jewish Federation in 1963
lie currently is a member of Fed
eration's hoard ol governors an I
'he campaign cabinet
A member of the CIA speakers
bureau. Heller also is on the L'JA's
young Ii adei ship cabinet
He was national chairman of
I-aison with Jewish Federations
h the .lewi~b War Veterans
:md was national commander of
'vv serving a full term in
A World War II Navy vel
eran in both the Pacific and Eu
"ten of occupation Hel-
ler is chairman of the Had,, coun-
ty Vet. rans Advisory Committee
appointed by the Metro Commis-
sion.
member of Miami Bea -Mil '
Boa I ol Ri exec
nittee ol President's L
. Bi.:. where he
n dent tin- year, and :' *
if B'nai B'rith, shrine: 'las
and the American Frier I
i"u University.
Now York Attorney Louis
Brcido was elected man
cf the Joint D:-. :':tio:i
Committee at the 51 xnnual
meeting oi JBC on Dec. 10 in
New York. Broido ha-, been a
member of the cdn:;.' rative>
committee oi JDC since 1941.
He succeeds Edward M. M.
Warburg, who served as JDC
chairman for 25 yec


Friday, March 25. 1966
February 13. 1966
*Jewi$fi norMHaun
Page 13-C
Candidates Launch Campaigns
v^,.-
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n Jackie GleC30n gets sst for Nalicna! Children's
i :-caith Week being C3iebrated here following a pioc-
i of the observance by Miami City Commissioner
ha i Range. Mcrkina the event with the intema'ionally-
(lowned television and film star were Barbara Weinick,
of Dr. end Mri. G'-:ald Wernck. and Scott Siivei.
i of Di. and Mrs. William Silver. Dr. Silver was Dade Coun-
|cha:rman for the 13th annual observance.
i!
. \ -

nevit
results of Library Sabbath last Friday at Beih
David Congregation are (left to right) Rabbi Sol Landau, spir-
lec !er. Mrs. Melvin Rosenbaum. librarian, Mrs. Al Beer,
try chairman, and Harry Simons, who was honored as
founder cf the library. The fourth anniversary of the Harry
s:mcn-5 Library featured its close to 4,000 volumes available
lor reference and circulation. Certified by the National Jewish
Rook Council, the library committee, headed by Mrs. Beer, ta-
les Mesdames Harold Berke. George Lasking, Charles
~;-ti)Cerg. Lewis Sternshein, Lawrence Scherr, Manuel Lubel,
rray Turetsky. Harvey Friedman and Richard Rosen. Judge
'en Friedman is trustee.
Klein Named "66 Star Student
<<:
llonti Klein, senior student at
ami i: High School has been
"n .-.- the 1966 star student of
school. Klein, who has an all-
wnd record of achievement in
-c in f I career, made a score of
of a possible IfWO in the
B lard exams, and placed
' out ol 4'5 in the senior place-
nt ti -.
has won the DAB Ameri-
vward, Nor Isle Op-
I Sciei ce Av ard, Sophomore
Social Studies Award. Junior So-
cial Studies Award. Spanish Award
of Honor, Certificate of Scholas-
tic Achievement in the ninth
grade, and Certificate of 11 ->i
Honor in tiie eighth grade. He
was also National Merit Semi-Fin
alist
Among his many school activ-
ities, Klein i- vice president of
the Soc'al Studies Club, Honor So-
ciety treasurer, and senior lieu-
tenant in the band, where he plays
the tuba.
Continued from Page 9-C
in the 1966 Democratic Primary
election.
In making the bid. Roberts said
"My experience lor six teims as
a member of the House of Repre-
sentatives and in the public utility-
field, has enabled me to serve as
chairman of the Public Utility
Committee in the 1965 session.
"At present, the utility com-
panies of Florida employ top rate
expeit?, attorneys and accountants
in order to present their case
.o the i-ublic Service Commission.
These experts are paid for by the
pubLc as a part ol ii utility bills."
In the Florida House of Repre-
sentatives, Roberts lia- also served
on the Higher Education, Appro-
priation.. Finance and Taxation,
lica.ls and Highways and Public
-at( i> Committi
Roserts is a veteran of World
War II. a Lieutenant Col. in the
Army Reserve, a pas) exalted ruler
ol the Klks oi Be.ie Glade I.u.luc
tormer District Governor of the
i.ior... and presently an interna-
tional ccun&eloi
Earl Jackson Carroll
Kail Jackson Carroll, a Miami
.i.- ranee executive, is announc-
tig his candidacj for the State Le
jislature.
< 'at oil i- pr serving on
.he Governor's Comn on Em-
. ioj ment of th. Sub
i '. Man-
..ii ii '. i iment I'omm
:on. and tl".- i itj ol Mia .
-reation .',.K isory Boar I
He a mi mber oi the Veterans
Fore] .', v. .i -. Disable 1 Amer
< ; rans Dade Ci unty C ham
ler of Commerce, Government Re-
ean h I o Better Business
Bureau, Better Government Asso-
dation, Orangi State Recreation
Association, Masons, and Klks.
"I am primarily interested in
the expansion ol our present road
program, minimizing a control of
taxes, implementing legislation [or
the Aged and Handicapped, revi-
sion of the present Financial Re-
sponsibility Insurance Program,
controlling insurance rate in-
creases, a> well as a complete re-
vision of the state drivers point
system," Carroll declared.
Joseph A. Varon
Joseph A. Varon, of Hollywood,
Florida, trial attorney, formally
announced he will run for the U.S.
House oi Representatives from the
newly created Broward North
Dade loth Congressional District.
Varon 53. has practiced in all
fields of law for 31 years except
while in active service in the l.s
Naval Reserve during World War
!I.
Early in his career, Varon
served as special assistant counsel
lor a congressional investigating
committee in Chicago, 111., investi-
gating bondholders' frauds, as well
as fraudulent corporate reorgani-
zations in the federal courts.
Varon s supporters declare that
in 1953 ""he originated and rallied
support for passage ol a state bill
to create the office ol Broward
County Public Defender, first coun-
ty in the South to do so. For this
contribution, he received national
recognition from the National Le-
gal Aid and Defender Association."
The candidate is the author of
books on the subject of searches
and seizures. He ha been a resi
unit ot Broward County for 25
years and is a member of the
American, State of Florida, and
Broward County Bar Associations,
American Trial Lawyers Assn.,
and is a director of the Academy
of Florida Trial Lawyers.
Varcn is married to the former
Helen Jane Kaufman, ol Chicago.
They have two children, Jay 20,
and V'icki 9. and live at 1050 S.
South Lake Dr., Hollywood.
* *
Jerome Taft
Jerome Taft, businessman and
educator, has qualified for a seat
as Sta e Legislature in District 7.
Electe I in 196! to a four-year term
as V,, s| Miami Councilman. Taft
has taught in Dade County for 1?
veai -
The 40-year old Taft partici-
pated m the Little White Hi -
Conference on Education in 1957.
is a member of the Goyernor's
C< mri I ee on Youth and is I le
re<:; : ni a National Freedom -
F undauon Award a; Valli |
For,,.
I i I school psychologist,
faff attendt d the University >|
Miami and Columbia Teachers C >l
lege and has a BA and MA de
in liication IV also sen i d
as ci nfirmation teacher and -
si tic < unselor at Temple l-;.i ]
A Veteran of World War 1
is i m mber of Mesons, Si i
Service Center.
Scouts i t America, and has ha a
career in business management
'he Trail for many years
"1 use my backgroun I as ..
a< i in the public school jys
tern of Dade County to extend
human relations," Taft declared.
I pledge a continued interest in
iter expansion of activities and
recreation for the young as well
as an increased program for Sen
tor Citizens."
Sandy O'Alemberte
Sandy D'Alemherte. attorney
and school teacher, will seek elec-
tion to the Florida House of Re-
presentatives from Group 9. coun-
ty wiclo ~eat.
D'Alemherte is presidentelect
of the Junior Bar section of the
Dade County Bar Association He
was recipient of a Rotary Founda-
tion Fellowship for graduate work
at the London School of Eco-
nomic
A plan to establish a legisla-
ture commissioner to hear griev-
ances of the people will be a major
platform plank. Stated D'Alem-
herte: "We need someone to tell
our troubles to. Providing proper
educational facilities for our state
is th- Number One problem ot the
legislature."
D'Alemherte is married, a gra-
duate of the University of Florida
and a partner in the firm of Scott.
McCarthy, Preston & Steel.
Jerry Carter
Mitchell .1 Lipcon. Miami attor-
ney, has been named South Flor-
ida campaign manager for reel
tion of Jerrj \\ Carter to the Fl
ida Public Service Commission, a
candidate in the May :< Democrat-
ic primarj
Lipcon promises a v igorous
hard-hitting campaigi
of th m commiss >
I con. with o;';., i s in thi Urn
ley Building, is a native of New
York City. He is a graduate of
San Diego State College and Uni-
versity of Miami Law School.
The Carter aide is a member of
Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity.
Bar and Gavel Legal Society,
American. Young Democrats and
Snolein Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
Rabbi Baumgard
Is Lecturer
Rabbi Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard,
of Temple Beth Am. represented
the Jewish Chautauqua Society as
lecturer at Florida State Univer-
sity in Tallahassee, from Monday
through Wednesday. Feb. 7 to 9.
Rabbi Baumgard participat-d
in a Religion-in-Life Symposium
held at the university. He was
part of a symposium, scheduled
to include Dr. Esther Rauschen-
i usch, president of Sarah Law-
rence College: Dr William Hamil-
ton. Colgate Rochester Theological
Seminary: and Dr. Benjamin
Mayes, president of Morehouse
College in Atlanta.
The Jewish Chautauqua Society.
an organization which creates bet-
ter understanding of Jews and Ju-
daism through education, Is sport-
sored bj the National Federation
of Temple Brotherhoods,
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New cflicers of Kneseth Israel Congregation
front row (left to right) Sam Weiner, finan-
cial secretary; Jose Lis Vitkinas, co-chairman
o> 'he board; Oscar B. Schapiro, treasure;
Dublin, president; Joseph Nadler, first
"tee president; Sam C. Goldberg, recording
secretary; and Jacob Sachs, chairman. Board
of Education. Standing rear (left to right) are
Cantor Abraham Seif; David Eiaenstein, chair-
man of the board; Victor Scaonwetter. third
vice president; and Morris Glcmtz, second vice
president.
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Friday. February 18. 1966
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Vatican Declaration
Up for Discussion
k MERICAN JEWRY is now lac
* in'j many Catholic-Jewish dia-
logues and public discussions based
on the Vatican declaration on Jews
adopted by the Ecumenical Coun-
cil. Evaluations of this declara-
tion aie therefore being made now
by various Jewish organizations
in this country after fundamental
.J studv ot the text and Bgainsl the
background which brought about its adoption. There
seems to be unanimity among all Jewish groups that
the declaration falls short of the highest hopes of
even its supporters. But some Jewish organizations
consider the document a hopeful beginning of a
new Catholic-Jewish relationship in which the Catho-
lic Church will resist and counteract with specific
programs and projects the anti-Jewish feelings it
stimulated for generations in its teachings.
It is quite clear to them that the antagonism
against Jews implanted by Catholic Church leaders
lor centuries will not be swept away overnight. But
they are encouraged by the fact that American and
Canadian church dignitaries are already engaged
in making plans to lurther the spirit of cooperation
with Jews through dialogues and a more candid ex-
change of views. Also by the fact that a special body
for Catholic Jewish relations has been established
by the United States Bishop's Commission for Ecu-
menical Affairs to promote better understanding ot
Jews among Catholics.
An excellent analysis of the Vatican's declaration
on the Jews and its possible impact on Catholic-Jew
ish relationships has now been issued by the Far-
band-Labor Zionist Order. Prepared by Joseph Edel-
man. the national program director of that organiza-
tion, this analysis finds that while the document, as
finally promulgated, is a welcome first step in devel-
oping' a more positive tone in the relationships be-
tween the Catholic Church and the Jews, it has ser-
ious intrinsic limitations.
The text ol the declaration. Mr. Edelman asserts,
includes elements that are "regretable and even ob-
jectionable." It pretentiously "forgives" Jews for
a crime they did not commit, but nowhere in the
text is there a note of repentance for Christian
wrongs perpetrated against Jews. It states that the
Jews of today are not 'responsible" for the death of
Jesus: however it does not absolve all the Jews of
this charge.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEl SILVER
Strange Entertainment World
THE MOVIES were spoiled for
me when 1 was a youngster be-
cause I was constantly being puz-
zled and thus distracted from the
plot, it there were plots. I could
never understand why men who
were not good-looking could not
win a girl. As I grew up and dis-
covered that I did not meet the
standards of cinematic handsome-
ness. I became fearful that 1 would ne^ver become
interesting to a girl.
As a result, mj sympathy was always with the
fellow who missed getting the heroine, and ftfTrs"
Iressed me to see how often that unlucky one met
a tragic end.
I was also perplexed by the fact that the villains
had mustaches. I got the impression from the
movies that a mustache was synonymous with vil-
lainy
Inasmuch as my father, then and still today, is
one ol the world's gentlest men and the husband ot
;. fine-looking woman to boot, had a mustache, the
movies were more bewildering than bemusing to me
Another thing that troubled me was the indif-
ference toward corpse- in the movies. In the cow-
boy pictures, individuals would be shot down, and
other characters would be shown standing near
these dead ones and going about their business
with appalling nonchalance. I recently eavesdropped
on a cowboy movie being watched by my own
youngsters and. sure enough, there was this bod>
lying there, freshly shot, and men standing nearby
"ere calmly carrying on a conversation.
What kind of people and what kind of ideas
I revail in the moviemaking business. I often won-
dered.
I have a similar problem with television. Ac-
tually, I get along well without television. I sleep
well, and don't need it as a cure for insomnia
Most of the things shown and sold on TV are not
of great interest to me.
But. once in a while, I'm trapped, especially
when my hosts want me to see with them these late
night programs where various personalities chat
with the glamour, or clamour boy. in charge. My
recollection is hazy, but I think one of them is
Jack Spaa*sn. lie alternately talks with people and
offers various items for sale.
What s|>oils the program for me is the format
which seems invariably to prevail in this type ot
program. The m.C introduces his first guest with
eclat, and the two of them launch a conversation.
Then the time ol the tirst guest is up. and here
is what depresses me. He is asked to move to an-
other chair and suddenly he becomes peripheral
A moment ago he was the center of attention.
He was important He sparkled. He made jokes. He
was in the eye of the audience and the camera.
But now he is sidetracked. The m.C. has quickly
forgotten him. The camera shows only his cufflinks
or the end of Ins cigar. The next guest has super-
seded him and his wisdom and wit are in the past
Well, my trouble is that I am still concentrat-
ing on Guest Number One. As 1 watch the program
1 try to make him out. I try to make out his feelings,
too. as he is nudged into obscurity.
Why. 1 ask myself, is he allowed to sit there
and be relegated so swiftly to second-rater status?
As We Were Saying. By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Jim Crow: Death in Installments
The Watchman
ABRAHAM SHAPIRO, who lived to ;
become a legend in his own day,
- dead at the ripe age of 95. Some day.
they will make an Israel "Western" ol
. Inch he will be the hero
He was the last of the first. He was
mong those who in the eighties, wear)
f pogroms, left Europe to return to
the land of their forefathers to resume
. here Bar Kochba and Rabbi Akiba had
eft off.
They knew nothing of farming The country had lit-
tie water and a lot of malaria, but they took out their
i'.ibles and read the verse "And He will turn the Valley
f Affliction to a Door of Hope "
They called the name of the new settlement the
!>oor of Hope or. in Hebrew. Petach Tikvah.
Abraham Shapiro was there when Herd visited Pal-
estine and Kaiser Wilhelm. visiting the land at the same
lime, called out. "Good Morning. Dr. Herzl."
The sun was beating down fiercely that day. There
vere few trees. The land has great possibilities, said the
Kaiser. Yes, but it needs shade, said Herzl.
Abraham Shapiro became a kind of symbol of the
(wish settlement. They were always showing his picture
astride a horse.
In the beginning of a new country, you need horses.
Automobiles won't do. Would any Longfellow write about
the Midnight Automobile Ride of Paul Revere?
The raen who opened the American West were
horsemen. Jh automobile needs good roads, spare parts,
'echnological development. A horse is u much more ef-
icient machine. It can travel on almost any road, and all
it needs is a little oats, and you can pat it and make it
love you. It,is,,grateful. One can say that about few auto-
mobiles.
The Artgn ,tdo liked horses. I remember, some thirty
years ago, a Jewish farmer was telling me of a visit of
an Arab acquaintance. The Arab told the Jewish farmer
he had stolen a horse. "But don't worry." he assured the
Jewish farrenu-. it was far from here, they won't get me."
Why had he stolen the horse? It was to get a wife.
Wives were not courted. You had to buy them from the
lather like a suit of clothes, and he needed the horse
to get a pretty Arab girl for his wife.
The Arabs, would sometimes steal Jewish horses, and
Abraham Shapiro was one of the Shomrim or Watchmen
and he would be deputized to lead the posse to find the
thief. And he had the reputation like Marshal Dillon or
other Guardians of the Law in the Westerns of getting
his man. It became a byword that if Abraham Shapiro
came into an Arab village, the thief had better confess
But the Arabs respected him as fair and square
IUST AS THE year 1904 saw a spirit
** ed drive to enact an omnibus Fed
era] Civil Rights Law. and the year 1965
witnessed a similar successful campaign
to enact a Federal Voting Rights Law. so
the year 1966 appears destined to find
us mobilized to achieve passage of a
federal law to assure fairer jury trials
in the South.
Such legislation may be obtained:
but careful students of the southern scene are not at all
convinced this will cure the waywardness of justice in
Alabama. Georgia. Louisiana, and Mississippi, the states
wherein Jim Crow is dying on the installment plan.
Dean Erwin N Qrlswold, of the Harvard Law School,
in his magnificent epilogue to the 1965 report of the L'.S
Commission on Civil Rights, calling for equal protection
in the South, has posed the warning signal against put-
ting too much confidence in legislation to break the mis
used power ol While Citizens Council sheriffs and tra-
ditionally-biased local judges. Dean Griswold commented
that the southern Negro's plight is found in police bru-
tality "perhaps almost as important, in police dis-
courtesy;" in decisions of the minor judiciary, where the
Negro goes to jail, and the white man is released on pa-
role or pays a fine: in studied exclusion of qualified Ne-
groes from white juries.
Then Dean Griswold went on to observe that when
Lewis F Powell Jr.. speaking as president of the Ameri-
can Bar Association in August. 1965. urged that the
courts and legislative halls, rather than the street-, must
be the places where differences (concerning the legal
rights of Negroes) are reconciled and individual rights
ultimately protected." Mr. Powell did not get to the but
torn ol the problem.
Our Film Folk:
In rebuttal to Mr. Powell's well-intentioned advice.
Dean Griswold commented: Are there any basic legal
questions in this area which have not already been set-
tled in the legislative halls or in the courts^ The diffi-
culties arise not because of doubts about the law -
about schools, transportation, voting, public accommo
dations. juries, employment but because of persistent
failure to accept and follow and apply and be governed
by the clearly applicable law, and to administer the law
fairly and without discrimination The Negro, and hi-
siipporters. march in the streets not because the law is not
clear, but because it has not been followed.
The law is clear; but it is the sheriffs and judges
of Mississippi, swearing solemnly upon assuming office
to support faithfully the Constitution of the U n i t e d
States, who are subverting the law. (High statesmen of
the John Birch Society, now actively trying to convince
the nation that the Civil Rights movement is a Cofhmun
ist plot, may want to have a look at the real subversion
on the part of Mississippi officials who laud Birch views
The law is clear, hut this nation suffered more than
4.71X1 lynchings between 1881. when the first Jim. Cro
measure was enacted, and 1960. when the sit-in cam-
paigns began
I'll.' law i- dear: but the report of the IS Commis-
sion on (i\il Rights is replete with testimony snowing
plainly that southern officials have failed to investigati
and solve incidents of racial violence, have failed to pro
tect Negroes seeking correction of the legal inequities
saddled upon them, have failed to end discrimination in
picking juries, setting bail, handling juveniles.
The wanton slayings of Medgar Evers, Mrs Viola
Gregg Liuzzo, Jonathan Daniels, Jim Reeb, Jim Chancy.
Michael Schwemer, and Andrew Goodman have been
registered in the books of southern injustices and juror-
who have failed in their duty to see crimes punished.
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Richard Widmarks German Tour
Hollywood |
piCHARD WIDMARK, in his lat-
* est picture. "The Bedford In-1
cident." which he co-produced with
James B. Harris, shows his deep;
concern for the world of today in i
the perilous time of nuclear threats i
to survival. He indicated the same
concern for humanity as a young-f
ster thirty years ago when Hitler__
was reaching out to engulf Europe with his Nazi
brown- and black-shirts.
It was in 1937. that the Minnesota born. Jewish
college graduate set out on a bicycle tour of Get-
many hoping to take his camera into the Dachau
concentration camp in order to use the factual ma-
terial for lectures in the United States. Armed with a
recommendation from the German consul in bis
home state, the naive young American was laughed
at by the Reich's officials in charge of the camps
All he was able to bring back was a film taken in
the Nazi youth camps reflecting the ultra chau
vinism of Germany's younger generation.
Dick Widmark used the footage to warn his tel
low students back home. The actor since maintained
an avid interest in Germany, especially in the Nazi
period and his experience in the Third Reich
served him as background for his interpretation of
'he l S prosecutor in "Judgement at Nuremberg."
Widmark owes his identification with "heavy"
roles to his screen debut as the psychopathic killer
In Kiss of Death." Critics hailed him at that time
as a sensational discovery, but his sudden rise to
stardom was preceded by years of experience in
radio and on the New York stage primarilv in com-
edy roles.
Two pictures produced by Widmark dealt with
the East-West tension, 'Time Limit" and "The
Secret Ways." and so does his current epic. "The
Bedford Incident." He is now before the cameras
i" Sol Siegel's production of "Alvarez Kelly." a
Civil War yarn without a political message.
During a recent interview, we told Widmark
that at the very same time he tried desperately to
gel into the Dachau concentration camp this
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rnoay. waxen as. iat*
r, February 18. 1966
* f< *# flnrtdUaan
Page 15-C
LEGAL NOTICE
lOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUiT IN AND
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 66C-770
nk PIERCE,
ulntlff
|*)RD PIERCE,
I 1.1! i.'lllt
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
hjPPORD PIERCE
|2J Maule street
I nklntown. Pennsylvania
CLIFFORD PIERCE, arel
notified that 1MB of Com-
for Divorce has been fili-d
|st you. ami you an' te.iuired to
li copy pi jour Answer or j
linK to tin- mil of Complaint on I
llaintiff's attorney, SHKV1N, I
.MAN & lliil.TZ.MA.N. HWQS.j
M6 Scylmld HulldiiiK. Miami, i
HtaH and file the oricinnl |
or Pleadinc in the office "(
|c.lrk of the Circuit Court on
rlort1 the 28til day of Kebniarv. |
If you fall to do so. jiiclxem.'iit I
I i"' will be taken against you
Ina relief i--m.imi-.t In the Hill
nmplatat.
ii nolle- shall bo published
nach week week for four con-
luce weeks in THK JKWl.fil
Frisian.
KK AND ORDERED at Miami
'id*, thla Hat day of January A.I>.
E.-Jt. leatheilman. dark
in Court. Dade Ctnunty Florida
|il) Hy K. M I.Y.MAN
Deputy '""lurk
lEVIN. GOODMAN HUI.T7.MAN
Sc>bold llulldtnc
kvml, Florida MISSTel 173-8711
..me for Plaintiff
JVLVAN N. ll'iLTCMAN
L/M 3/1-11-11
DAtSHU
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
bLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
)F FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 6aC-*&9
k.h: c. kellby.
'LJntiff
V*
dsK It iWF.l.l. KELLEY
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
KI.OISF. POWELL KELLEY. IS
vV'Hdw.....I Hardens. Apt 1A. Porl
Wanhinaton, NY.
v..i. Ki.nisic POWELL keli.ey.
. rHiv notified that a Hill of Com-
| for I 'nor.,- has I en fil.-d
H you, and yotl are imtilrcd to
;. c*o|y of your Anawer or Plead-
lo the It'll of Comni.ii'it on the
a miffs attorney. HARRY STEIN-
il'lb!, II3S Arthur iliHlti-'i Itoad. Mi-
Heacb. Florida and file the orbj-
I \aswcr ".- Pleaenns. In the of-
of the Clerk of the "ir.-nit Court
bafore thf -Mli da>
if >ou fall io do -
"Though Mr. Epstein has given the smallest
amount, we honor him tonight because his was
the most sacrificial giving.'
Cap. IMS. Btpae rmlerti.st
notice by publication
in the circuit court of
the eleventh judicial
circuit of florida in and
for dade county.
in chancery.
No. 66C-1331
CARS \i: WARREN,
Plaintiff.
i:i:tiia warren,
l lefendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: RRTHA WARREN
Keaidenet' unknowu
You retiia WARREN, are hereby
notified that a Hill of Complaint for
Btvoroe haa bean filed ax-sinst you,
and >Aiti an- I'oouiixHl to serve a copy
of your Anawer or Pleading to the
Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, MARSHALL it FISHER,
792'J S.W. luttli St., Kendall. Fin.,
and filo |he oiiKln.'il Anawer or Plead-
inK in Hi- office of tin circuit Court
on or before the Hlh day of March.
IHtii: If you fail to do no. judgement
by default will !> taken aaainat you
for the relief demand,-d in th.- Kill
of 'oniplaint.
This notice shall oe published once
in h wreak for tour oonaecutlve weeks
in THK JEWISH FLOR1J HAN
DONE ANI> ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 4th day of February
Al'. 1!>6.
K. I!. LEA .HERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Caurl Dade County, Florida
(seal) By K. M. I.Y.MAX
Deputy Clerk
MAItSHAI.I. II. fishi:k
79J2 8.W. lOith St.
KK.VI.A 1,1.. FI.kRIDA
Attorney for Plaintiff
J/11-18-J3 3/4
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS.
fJenist Fhrktt&f)
ollcitfl your legal notlcaa.
W appreciate youi
patronage and auarantee
accurate service at legal
ala^a
Oial FR 3-46#S
lor meeaenger eerrice
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. *6C 1125
RFTI1 .1. RENCBHR
Plaintiff
vs.
UllllT "ill
BENJAMIN S, BENCZER
1'. f'-ndant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: BENJAMINS. BENCKUR
O-Cn-Nee Hotel
:'il U Main Street
Hayshore. I^nm Island
New York
Ytil' ARE HERBBY NOTIFIED
thai a Complaint for DiyfHXv haa
been iil"
ratiulred to aerve a ih>p> of yovr An-
swer thereto on Plaintiff's attorney,
CARL BDWIN LIPTON, I'IIsm S.K.
( February, i 19th Avenue, North Miami i:.,o h
ludBTement | Horida, and file the orurinal there-
LEGAL NOTICE
taken against VOH
r-li-f deniamled in the P.HI
omplnlnt.
DiIh notice shall be publiahad onre
h wk for four conaeoutive w-oks
III* JEWISH FIAJltlUIAN. IHM<
'iii-inc Ho- Mth duv of .Ian. IS**.
NK A.\'H ORDERED at Miami
da, this 2ith dy of Jan. A.D
j4i
KA, l.MVTIIF.HMAN. clerk.
I'lrrult Court, Bade (.Nwinty. Florida
..J) llv 1. SSEBUKX
l>eputy Clerk
\RRY STEINBERG
Vrtbur "lodfrey Road
I'ami Beach. Fla.
ijM vi-u-u
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN TMC CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
'TH JUDICIAL CIBCUIT IN AND
FOROADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. MC-136
..;. VRO OCAS PINO
llnintiff.
niA UAROARITA MARTINKK,
I efendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T'i- Ala>ld.\ MARGARITA
MARTINEZ
I \\ aal IMtb Street
\uarfm,-nt S3
N.tw York. Now Turk
lou AI...I.1A MAIf.AltllA MAR-
o ,i "? "' hereby notified that a
' ''' mplalot for Divorce haa beea
: i turnlntl you, and you are re-
a i.. Ker\'i ;i oopy of vour An-
' r or Pleadin* t" the Hill of "onv
'' on ili' I'laintiff's Attorney,
i,l>M \\ HillJiSTiaN a PAC-
!< St"! Weal Fmaifr Street,
"' Ida ntsa .mil fill the orla>
Answer ,.r PleadliiK In the of-
tlu Clerk '.f Hi. Circuit Court
i r..... ih,. Mi, ,i., 0f February,
If von fall to do so. jielijini. nt
(null will be taki ii aitainat vmi
!V di n mided In ih" Hill of
iKjtle* -ii di i.,. nuiiilHhed onci
.,--' rot foul unseen!lye weeks
" rilK .ikwism FUHlllHAN.
1 "M. Wli liltDKRrMi ai Miami
ViTlSi "" -'"' ""J of January
A 11 I9SH
,. '' H i.i:\i iir.KM \\. clerk,
'"uii Court. Lad,- Countv, Florida
''al) llj K M \.\ \| VN
I !%*.. !'"IJUt> Clerk
l'M\N ...,|.I.STI.|.s PACZ1ER
* Plaelfi Street
Plorldu
1/28 :' l-ll-is
of the Clork of the
or before the 14th
1966. otherwise, the
lie taken as con-
of ill the Offl
Circuit t'ourt e
day "f March.
Complaint will
fess.sl hy you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1st
day of February. lHUti.
E. It lFathkkman
Clerk of the Circuit Caurt
Hy: C. P. CUPEUXND
D|>ut.y Clrk
CAKLKPWIN IJFTON
Attorney for Plaintiff
2/1-11-1S-2.-1
1*1"
M. ni

IN|NTHAeiar:0^NTV JUBGE'S COURT
" AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLOR.DA. in PROBATE
.,,. NO. 7S85-A
'' Ratate ol
JAallTBL HAbZIIBHO
dereaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I ,1_ 'l-t-.i and All
' 'aims or Demamb
al i rJata
ii.'isi .'"'' '""'l,v notified and n
, ''.' I'l'in any I.,lins .in I ,!.-
iu.ii you may have aitalnsi
<" ol SAMIKI, SAI7.l'Kl:i;
"'.,.''';."f Dade County, Klorl
mt \
ttf ami
I'.!>.."
Analnat
he
"tils
ti"- I'miiiv JtulK 1,1 'He the name In duoli-
--* provided in Section 71
I.. ,','n1: ';:"" ';| their offlcee In
i.-i onrthouae In Undo Poun-
'"'-'la, writhln -i^ calendai
. "' the time of the rirxl
it' hereof, m the name will
, Miami, Florida, this 20tl
' \N\h-; BALSSBERa
. ; ,V "imisin.iny T A
..,'"' '"Uon ..f thla tlce on
Ii''m",.,,'lt.a".....wratrix. C.T.A.
'""' Beach! Pfortda
1/28 2/t-ll-H
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV.
IN CHANCERY
No t*C-64
PA I I. ZMLSKAL,
PlainOff.
vs.
I^URETTE K. ZAH-sTsAI,
DefendanL
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: IAIIRBTTK K ZMKSK.U.
Co John L. Perrlor
M] South,stM Avi nil..
uak Park. Illinois
VOC ARE HiniEBY NOTIFIED
That a complaint for l>ivorce haa
been filed aaalnet you and you aro
required to aarve a copy of your An-
swer or I'leadim: to the Complaint
on (hi- Plaintiff's attorneys. TAI-I-
ANOFF WA1.DEB. 420 Uncoln
Hun,I Miami i;.-ic'i Florida, and file
the oatftinai Answer or Pleadinic in
the ni'ii....... the Clark of the circuit
Court ,.n or bflfore th.- ^*th day of
February, lsttc if eou f"" to do so.
ludiremenl by default will ho taken
avulnal you for the relief demanded
Ml- in th,. Complnlnl for Divorce,
l "ink un i i nti n'i:i:i i ., Miami.
i.ii. County, Florida, this 26th day
of .l.in ti irs 1868.
B. P. IjEATHERMAN
i'I. rk "f the Circuit Court
l lade 'ountj I'I.....la
i- al) llj c. I. AI.ICXANDER
I leputy Clerk
i L'v 2 4-11-ls
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69687-B
In RK Betate of
M \\ PAUL
Di ceased
NOTICE TOCREOITORS
Tn All Creditor* and All I'ertions llav-
Inr Claims dr Demands Afrwhat Said
Rstnte:
Ynu an- hereby notified and re-
i|tilred to preaenl an> claims and de-
manda which you ma\ have aaalnet
tls- .?at- of ,rMA.\ l'.Ml. deuaaaed
l.iti- of |iid.- Countv. Florida, to the
county Judges of Dade County and
:'ii' the Kami' in iluplicate and us
i rovi'.-d In Section ?::::.16. Florida
Htatuaea, in their office* in the Cmin-
i\ C"irThou-i- in i'aii- county, Flor-
ida, within six calendar nonUui fpnm
tne lini," of the first nuhllcnrlon here-
of, or the MUne win be barred.
Dated at -Miami. Floriua, this 2nd
da) of Hebruarv, A.D. IMa,
i'Ii.i ii-: i'.\ri,
As i:\,. iitrlx
Firsl publication of this notice on
Hi. i uii day of February. IM6
M \c mi:is.mi:i.i.
Attorney for K\. .utrix
1...... 8.W Third Avei...... Miami. Fla.
i 11-18-23 :: I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 4>C 1092
JAMBS I'.IIKKN
Plaintiff.
BETTY BitP.I'.N.
I '.:.nil.iii
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: HKTTY BRREN
V6 ldviinrsion Str.-et
Saiitfcrtics. New York
YOU ARK HEREBY notified thai
.. Complaint fur Divorce haa been
filed acalnst you, and you are h. r. -
l.y required t,. Rtrve a cop) of your
answer to the Complaint on the
I'U.inilif's attorney. LESTKIt Uis;-
Kl:s. whoae addrea* In :''< S\\. Hth
Street Miami. PlorKbi, and file the
oiiKinal of tin Anawer in th"' of-
flci "f the Clerk of th. KlevenUl Ju-
dl.ial Circuit In and for Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, on or before the sth da)
of March. I94M, in default of which
th.- Complaint will be taken a. con-
f-^^-sl by inn.
DATKD this .list day of January.
Mae.
K. B. I.KATIIKKMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Hy K M l.YMA.N'
Deputy Clerk
2/4-11-18-2.1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
N0.-W632-A
IN RK: Estate of
MINNIK SCHOENBADM
l>eoeed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons HaV-
iiic Clainut or DenuMKle ARainst Haid
Batata:
You arc hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may lu\e axainst
the estate of MINNIE SCHOBNBAUM
d.s-oased late of Dade County. Flori-
da, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in duplicate
aiwl as provided in Section 73:1.16.
Florida statin.-.-. In their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade
County. Florida, within si\ calendar
month- from the lime of tin- first
publication hereof* or the tattle will
be Inured.
Hated st Miami. Florida, this :'iitli
da) of Januai j. A.D. I MM
l'i lit! i'I'11 V II I.i M-KIIART
PRANK A siliilii:
As Kxecurors
First publloatlon of tins notl. on
tin- 4th day ol !' bruat). I Mil
ZBMKL, K Ml MAN ,v ZK.MKL
A t torne) for Kxi cutors
120 Lincoln Itoad, .Miami lleach, Fill
: I-11 in :.".
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVKN that
the undersigned, dealriiM to ennaae in
business under the fictitious name*
oi ItEXLEIOH APARTMENTS. 9881
i-.,-t Itay Harbor lrlve, Bas llnrlsir
Island*, Dade Count) Florida; BAST-
CHESTER APARTMENTS, 1"'.....Mil
Street, MOO-54) East Bay Harbor Drive,
and 9770-90 l-^ist Ba) Harbor Drive,
Hay Harbor Mauds. Wad. Coiinn.
Florida H1H1SC1 .-, A PA HTM ENi IS.
I6SSI N P.. -i-t Avenue, North Miami
lleach, Florida; TOWN AND COUN-
TRY APARTMENTS. 10190. 10200
10131, and 10270-90 Hast Hay Harbor
Drive Hay Harbor Islands, Dade
County. Florida; klAMPT'i.N COURT
\P XKTVtF.NTS. lscio South rllHtlet
Drive. North Miami Beach, Florida,
ini. nil to ajaaiatnT said iism.'S with
the clerk of ihe Clrcull Court of
Dude County. hlorlHu
I'I! \N'K M BECKBRM \ N
HUKYKY I. Si.I.Alt
FRANK I! KKI.I'MAN
J' itfKPII M FELDAI t.N
II \ \l \N S. i:i.\ss
RICH \KI' AND NEI-Sl IN
Attorncya for Appllcunta
'.'". Lincoln Itoad
Miami Beach, Florida
: i -1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEN that
the underaiahed, danlrinft to enaaare
In loi-ln.-s- under tin fictitious name
of THK .-KACiiAS'l-l-'K at Hid Arthur
floilfre) Road, Miami Beach, Fla. In-
tends tor..- ild na me ^ ith the
Clerk "' the Court of Bade county.
Flo, i,la
SEA COAST TOV#"ER8
i I'll SI iRTII
HARRY RTKINBERO
ai [oi n, > for a ppiicanl
I U-M-tS 3,1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 66C-1381
MAP.Y BAPTMTE
Plaintiff
vs.
JOHN' P.AITISTE
l>ef. ml., tit
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T< l: JOHN HA I'TIS I'K
Hesidehc.' Unknown
You JOHN I'.Ai'Tlsi'i: are hereby
notified that a Hill of Complaint for
IMvorce has i......i filed acalnat you
and you are required t" aerve a oopy
' of your Answ.-r or Pl.-adini: f. the
! I till of Complaint on th.- plaintiff's I
Attorney, OBRAL.D SILVBRMA.N 13
| Alnsley Bulldlna;, Miami. Florida ind
file the original Answer or Pleading
: in tl.....iii..- ..f th. Clerk "f the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 14th day
I of March 1966. If you fail to do -...
jiidu.-nii-nt hy d.-fault will be taken
aaalnsl you for the r.-li.-f demanded
in the Dill of Complaint.
i This notice shall be published once
each week for four eoneeetitlve week*
m THE JEWISH Fl.tiltlUIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 7th day of February,
A.I i IM6.
B. B. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court Dad. County, Klorldn
(seal) By K M. i.yman
l>eoniv Cl. rk
c.ERALU S1L.VERMAN
;ii:: Ainaley Huildini:
Miami. Florida M182
Attorney for Plaintiff
2/11-18-2.". 3/4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6SM0-B
IN RB: Estate of
BBDI.E SVHULTZMAN
Deceasi-d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Attains! Said
Kstate:
You are hereby notified and rc-
qulrod to present any claims anil de-
mands which you may have uenlnst
the estate- of BKLI.E St'Hl'l.TZMAN
deoaaaad late of r>nde cimtv F'ort.
Ma to the County Judces of Dade
County, and file the same in duiili-
cate and as provided in Beetlon
1191,16, Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices in the Countv Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the tim. of Ih*
first publloatlon hereof, or the some
Will be ha'red.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thi< 2nd
ilav of Fel.ruarv. A.D. !!>.
MS; M MIT'V s.-llt'l \1 \N
SW; SAMUEL WBINBAUM
A- Kxecuto -
First publication of this notl.....n
ihe uii day '' Pebntar). I9
MARVIN I WIENER,
Attorney for Rntate of Belle
Schultsman
913 Ain-I.v Hail.him. Miami. Fla.
2 1-11 .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA in "R1BATE
No. 6'064.C
In RE; Estate .-f
FRANK :. MAYER
Dec-------1
NOTICE OF iNTCNTinM -rr> m a u-c
APPLICATION FJ3R DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Ni'T'CE i^ herel.y alren thai 1 have
riled my Final Renorl and Petition
for Distribution and l-'inal Dlscbare*
..- Executrix of thi eslati i-"it\NK"
; MAYER, deceaaed and thai on
the 14th day of March. !* will
ply
NOTICE UNflER
FICTITIOUUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBBY tilYEN th
th. undecatfraed, d.-sitiiu; to engac
In business under the nctltiou* nan
,.f SKCURTY TAN sl-:it\h'i: nt 161H
N.K. 19th Ave., No. Miami Beach, Fl
intend i" register .-aid aami with tl
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bat
countx, Florida.
PHYLLIS LOSS
HI'sSI-'.I.I. BAlSCH
2 )':': ::
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 68605-C
IN RE: Estate of
AKTHI'll LANE
l teceaaed.
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
i To All Creditors and All Persons H
intr claims or I'einamls Affalnat .--.
Estate:
You art h.-i.-l'.v notified and r>
quired to preMnl any claims and u.
uiamls vvhicli you mav have au.i
the estate of ARTHUR LANE th
oeaaed late of liade County. Florid..
to the County JuapTes of I'a.le Count.'
and flic tin- .siinit- in duili.ate a.nd ..
provided In Section fits. 18, Florid*
Statiiles.-lii their otfics in the Coun-
ty Coiu-Uioiis. in 1 lade County. Flin
Ida, witltiti -i\ calendar months fro
th.- tim.- of the firal publication hen
of. or the -am.- will be barred.
I 'it- -I at .Miami. Florida, this 241 .
day of Junuun. A.I'. poiii.
.\L\NFRKI' l.AKi:
\- Ksiviiiur
First iiuiiiicitiic.
irf
the JMll diu ill .Ian..
HENIfY NclK'I'c i.N
All- ri.ev for Kx. cutot-
i ph. i ;i ya i.i- i .uilnlntc
Miami. Florida
thi- not
I!.....
I 2S 2 i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. W798
in RE; Batati of
Ail i.i u;i.i' BBAPF
l leceaai NOTICE TO CREOITORS
I'o All c i-editois and All Persons Hat
inc Claims or H.-uiaiids Attaln-t Sa
Kstate:
You an- hereliy- n..iii'.--J and r.
ituire.1 to prn:*ent any auUma and d.
mands which you may have attains!
Hie estat. ol illLDREB BRAFF d<
c.-.ised late of Dade County. Florid..,
to the County JudKs of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 7;i:i.ltS. Florida.
Statutes, in their offices in the
County Comtlious. In bade County.
Florida, within six calendar month-.
from the time of tbe first publlcatlo
hereof, or tho same will he barn t
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 8tll
day of Febt-uarj, A.D. 1986.
BRW1N H. BRAFF
\.- Kjceciitor
First publication of thi- notice .
the 11 th da\ of Fel.niarv. lHtio.
RtlltBRT Ii. TRAURIC
Attorney for Executor
U3.'i Dupont leiil.iim-
Aliaini. Florida
: 11.18-23 i
IN THE COUNTY JUOSE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. a800-C
In RE: Rotate ol
HARVEY P ALBERT.' ;i s a
HAR\ i:^ ALBERT
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i red lore and All Persons Ilav
Iiih I'l.iim- --! Demands Afruinsi SnlJ
I :-tate
\ on are hereby notified and
quired t" preaenl an) claims and di
mands which you may have nanlm
Ihe estate of HARVEY I'. ALBERT,
a k/a HARVEY ALBERT deceased
laic of I Rule County, Florida, to Ihe
Count) JudKea of I'ad.- t*otinty, and
til.- the same in duplicntu and a
provided In Section ;:;:;.ii;. Florid
statin.--. In th.-ir offices in tin- Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flot
Ida, ll iim ~i\ cab mi.ii- months froi
the lime of the flral publication hen -
of, or the Mm. u ill be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
day "t Februarj .Ai. : >. -
MAIM.I 'A ALBERT
As I jxecui i-.tx
l-'ir-t publication of this notk
th. iitb day of el'i-miiy. 1 ;;;.
91
SIMON, hays ,v mil ,vi'Wi:i;n
14th da; "f March, lW will an-. Ajlurneys for i-.-t.ni
to the Honor'.'-I. .*,,e.,'v !'". _;! \insV
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVBN thai
fh, nnder-utneil. il.-iiiiii; to .ii^ai;.
iii business under the fictitious name
of HAVEN MOTEL ul BSO N.B. WNh
Street. Miami. Florida intend- to l -.'.- -
' i-t. r -aid inline u iili the Cli* of the
cireuii t'oiiit .a Dade County, Flor-
ida.
Rl i\ \V INVESTMENT
Ci UJI'l ill ATM IN
i ; 'I.I IMA N. i a 'I.I 1ST KIN 6}
rtiv.ni:
Attorneys f'-r U.-ni-trant
:'ln| VVesI Flaiilei Si 11 i
.Miami. Florida 33135
2 4-11-18-20
if Dade County, Florida, for approv-
al of -aid Final Raporl and for iMa*
trlliit'loii and final dlscharai as ex-
pqutlix of th.- .--a'- e- tin nbove-
niim.-d ,i. -dei Thi.- itin dai of Feb-
ruary, I96.
CBCH v M M \ yki:
I 'v, i utriN
1.. C. II tl'OEN
Tenth l-'i'-.r
ii- t N'ntlonal Hank BldR
Miami. Florida 33132
:' 11 -1 s. o -. ;; |
NOTICF. UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS lli:i:i:i:v tJIVBN thai
tin undersigned, deslrins t" enaace
in business nmli r thi numi
of NORTIIVIEW tSSOClATES at
IfllOfi Bnsl l:.-- Harb.r Drlvi Ml
Mi a. Ii it, I-' nt lla intend to n
said ii un.- uii tin i 'Ii rk if t'
cull Court of Pad.- County, Florida
FRANK M HECK F|| l \ N
HERVEY I. Sid.AI!
FR \M< ; FELDMAN
JtlSFPH VI FBI I'M \N
HYMAS -' til \ss
RK II \ltli AND N I'I Si -N
\l tnmoN for Ai'i'li.-allls
,'i", I.in.--In Itoad,
Miami Bern li. Florida
2 1-11-18-25
for
Ih > liiiildlint
Miami Florida 3
.
:- .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 66C-7B0
MARY r. .'ol.iOAa.VN,
Plaintiff, ,
i ALFRED D \I-C d i|.i:MhN
I fi lidanl. .
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: U.FUKI' MA I.E 'tUljK.MAN.
I He-idell.-e rnkOOVh'ttJ
Yon :n" requlreo to m r\ e
Answer t" I hi Complaint for l -
on I'la.niiff Attorn. \ ALVIN s
CAWN. l Uncoln Road Bulldlna
Miami I'.ea. h, Flot da. and file the
orlRlnnl in thi office pf the Cli k
the Clrcull curt on ,,i- before 'h-
28th das of Fehrnarj. 1966, or a 1 -
cree l 'i" ''-nt' sag \\ ill be ei
laalnsi you.
DATED: this 21atnday of Jat
r n LEATTTERMAN,
clerk i iremt Court.
1 'ad. County. Florida,
B) i- ct.ri-'.i.ami,
. > put) Clerk
1 IS 2/1-11-18


?cae 16-C
* Mnist fhrodi
Friday, Februar [J ;cce
He has a safe deposit box, ample savings, is fully insured, and his estate is in good order.
But he is threatening his family's security.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
important obligations, these arrangements must not be over-
looked. If left unattended, they could cause your family unneces-
sary emotional and financial strain. By planning ahead, these
arrangements can be made with a minimum of pressure. Prices
and services can be compared in a calm, rational manner. And
difficult decisions will not be left for the family to make when they
are least prepared, financially and emotionally. If you have not
yet made your cemetery arrangements, we urge you to do so now.
Your family is certain to benefit.
-^=MK? MOST BEAUT,FU'- EXCLUS.VELY JEWISH CEMETERY
5505 Northwest 3rd Street Phone MO 1-7693


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