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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
Creation Date:
February 25, 1966

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 25, 1966

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01934

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Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
Friday. March 25. 1966
""Jewish Flaridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
$9
Number 8
Miami, Florida, Friday, February 28, 19G6
CHARGE FDR HAD TWO STANDARDS FOR TWO SIDES
Two Sections Price 20c
Sew Study Hits Roosevelt's Jews Form
Jewish State Double Talk Organization
Bv Special Report _____________-a^ni^HBiaaaaB lirari nr SflhanMm... ...k. '----*
Of Birchites
By Special Report
late President Franklin
Roosevelt was criticized
n cord in behalf of the es-
ment of Israel in a new
I'hc United States and the
.wish State Movement: The Cru-
Decade 1939-49," published
by the Ilerzl Press and
as Yoseloff, by Dr. Joseph
man, historian and Zionist
The book is a carefully
Doumented survey of America
ii Palestine during the ten
riod from 139 to 1949. a
ifter the establishment of the
- > ol Israel.
lifying tne statement made
David K Niles, assistant to both
ents Roosevelt and Truman,
There are serious doubts in
ind that Israel would have
into being if Roosevelt had
PKtSIDtNT ROOSlVin
he 'temporized'
lived.'' Dr. Schechtman seeks to
"put the record straight in regard
to the President's words and deeds
concerning the cause of Jewish
Statehood, of which he was sup-
posed to have been a convinced
and faithful supporter, with parti-
cular emphasis on his position to-
wards the Jewish and Arab claims
on Palestine."
Dr. Schechtman makes the
charge that President Roosevelt
had engaged in "temporizing"
about the Jewish State and "ap-
plying delaying rear guard tac-
tics, making public promises to
Jews and afterwards explaining
them away to the Arabs in secret
diplomatic messages."
The book is particularly critical
of the late President's relations
Continued on Page 8-A
IN APPEARANCE AT BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY
Bonn Envoy, Dr. Prinz in Debate
CATHOLICS REPORT
Moscow Top
Rabbi Eyed
By Agents
SEW YORK (JTA) MO*
hiel Rabbi Yehunda Levin
surrounded when visited
tiers by men suspected of
government agents, two
niters reported this
I hi-ton N Davis, editor
ol America, the Jesuit i
and Rev Eugene K. Cul-
aging editor, went to
ind Leningrad last month.
;- ol the Appeal to Con-
Foundation, to seek in.
Oil Jewish life.
port, in this week's
reiterated sn earlier
of the delegation that
little to contradict the
Continued on Page 11-A
WAI.THAM MASS. (JTA! A
rabbi whom Hitler had expelled
from Berlin called here this week
for reeducation of the German
people, while the German Ambas-
sador to Washington suggested
the creation of an agency to pub
licize Jewish German "brother-
hood."
The two statements were made
at a Brandeis University forum ad-
dressed by Dr. Joachim Prinz.
president of the American Jewish
Congress, and Ileinrich Knapp-
stein. Bonn's envoy to the United
States. The appearance of the two
men on the same platform was
said to be the first German Jewish
dialogue in this country since the
end of World War II
Dr. Prinz warned that there
are still in West Germany signs
indicating a rise in jingoism and
anti-Semitism. "There are dis-
turbing signs of a new national-
ism arising in Germany today,"
he said. "A totalitarian and anti-
Semitic, no-Nazi paper is cur-
rently the second largest weekly
in Germany." If German re-edu-
Continued on Page 9-A
NEW YORK (JTA) Two
Jewish members of the John Birch
Society announced here this week
that they are forming a new or-
ganization, called the Jewish So-
ciety of Americanists
The men are Samuel Blumenfeld.
an employee of the John Birch
Society, in Boston; and Alan
Stang. of New York, author of a
book linking the civil rights move-
ment with Communism. They said
the society's aim will be "to dem-
onstrate to our fellow Americans
and co-religionists that the Amer-
ican principles, beliefs and aims
of the John Birch Society are
based on the very precepts of Ju-
daism."
At a news conference, they said
since an announcement two
weeks ago in a Birch Society
publication that the Jewish
group would be formed, "several
hundred" Jews have endorsed
the move. Mr. Stang, declaring
the title of the society a "misno-
mer," said the group will admit
not only non-Jews but also non-
members of the John Birch So-
ciety.
Thomas J. Davis, a Birch pub-
lic relations official, claimed there
are 1,000 Jews in the U.S.A. among
the society's 100.000 members. Of.
ficers of the new group include
Michael S. Kogan. chairman, Blum-
enfeld. vice chairman; and W. C.
Solomon, executive secretary.
None of them is known in Jewish
public life.
Dr. John Slaw son. executive vice
president of the American Jewish
Committee, commenting on the
announcement, declared:
"The formation of an organiza-
tion whose sole purpose is to re-
cruit for the John Birch Societ)
from among members of the Jew-
ish faith will attract the miniscule
support it deserves. The fact that
Ihe Society deems it necessary to
form such a group is testimony to
its abject failure to attract Jews.
Small wonder. Jews and Birchites
have only in common the antithe-
sis of their views."
SCHOOL OF JEWISH STUDIES'
Conservative Movement
Views Conversion Plan
Six Arsonists Jailed
For Synagogue Fires
LONDON (JTA) Prison
terms ranging from six months to
five years were imposed this week
on six former members of the tiny
British National Socialist Party,
who were convicted f "malicious
|y setting fire" to two East Lon-
don es last July They
were accused of starting fires at
the Ilford District Synagogue and
the Leabridge Road Synagogue
Justice Phillimore, in imposing
sentence, denounced the defend-
ents' association with the neo-Nazi
movement The juris! emphasized
that the defendants were not being
punished for their beliefs because
"anybody in this country can be-
lieve anything he likes."
But. he told the six men. "you
have chosen to interfere with the
freedom of worship of respectable
Jewish citizens ol this countrj and
to destroj their property. You de.
faced the wall.- of their synagogues
and then sel fire to them These
are grave crimes, and it is m>
duty to make an example "i you
in the hope thai those who share
your beliefs will think twice be-
fore follow ing > our example "
NEW YORK (JTAI A plan
to set up a "School of Jewish
Studies" to regulate procedures of
conversion of non-Jews to Judaism
is being considered by the Metro-
politan Region of the Rabbinical
Assembly Of America, the asso-
ciation of Conservative rabbis.
The plan was proposed to a con-
ference of the New York City re-
gion held in conjunction with the
Philadelphia region, by Rabbi Sey-
mour l\ Friedman, who reported
on a study of conversion problems.
The rabbis responded enthusiasti-
cally to the proposal .md decided
that it would receive final action
a) a later meeting.
Rabbi Friedman told his col-
leagues that the number of per-
sons seeking to convert to Ju-
daism was increasing. He said
that while precise statistics were
not available, 'here were an es-
timated 16,000 conversions in
the past decade performed by
Reform rabbis in the New York
City area. He estimated that
Conservative rabbis were admit-
ting 1,000 converts annually.
He said that while the vast maj.
ority of would he converts wanted
to marry Jews, there had been I
significant increase in the number
of young people investigating Ju-
daism for possible answers to the
moral problems of the day.
Me po nte I out also that
was no si ii con
curt iculu n Cot n ative rab-
ris, each setting u| his own pro-
cedut < foi !"," ivi coi
For the si e led hool, hi
posed ;> irrii
for coi i Is divided el
period; il
"practice
COMMUNITY DRIVE RUNNING 24 PERCENT AHEAD OF LAST YEAS
CJA 'Million Dollar' Fete Sets Newsman
VAHIID DIVISIONS SlATt FUNCTIONS PAGF. 6-A
DOKt tCHUH TO SPtAK PAGf 7-A
WOMfN'S ACTIVITIES PAGE IB
DAVIh SCHIFNfteUN
David Schocnbrun. internation-
ally known television-radio news
analyst and commentator, has ac-
cepted an invitation to speak at
the second annual "Million Dollar
Breakfast" of the Combined Jew
ish Appeal, general chairman. Jay
I Kislak. announced Wednesday.
The 1966 community-wide break
fast will be held Sunday morning,
March 6, at the Kontaineblcau
Hotel, with hopes running high of
surpassing the S 1.000.000 mark to-
wards the campaign goal of Sl.-
566.666 a full three weeks ahead
of the million-dollar figure a year
ago.
This year's CJA effort, with
more divisions and volunteer
workers than ever before, is run-
ning at a rate almost 24 per cent
ahead of 1965's successful camp-
aign, associate chairman, Milton
Weiss, asserted.
As of Wednesday, the CJA re-
ported some 1878,911 raised "Card
for card, we an* bettering the 20
per cent increase required for us
to achieve our overall goal." Kis-
lak said
Schocnbrun. who describes him-
self as "a news man of the old
school." was a combat correspond-
Continued on Page 12-A


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Friday, February 25, 19G6
^Jenist Fk>radHair
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Outstanding Award Nominees Listed "egev *>l,kl?re
Group at Judect
Dads County's Outstanding Man
and Ou1 standing Woman for the
Year 1965 will be announced at
:, special noon luncheon Mar. 24
.n llu- Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Sanford Swerdlin. permanent
-(iictary of the L)a'le County Out-
-i.indinK Citizens Award Commit-
Ice. revealed Wednesday that
nominee*, include five women and
even men for the award annually
.sponsored by Sliolem Lo B nai Brith.
Milton K. Hahn is pre*ldnt
of the lodge. Permanent patron
of tru- award, considered Dade
Coimry's most coveted, is Joseph
M. Lijrton, president of Dade
Feeler*! Savings and Loan As-
sociat.cv
State Attorney General
I arl Faircioth will be honored
,-> and speaker at the Mar. 24
.'. ent.
W'omt nominees include:
Mn Cheater Leiter, chairman
Kearl Sunday for the Heart As-
ociatioi of Greater Miami dur-
the i as) three years.
Mr- Robert M Morgan, chair-
ol nited Good Neighbors, a
I gifts division of the United
[>ade County, and an out-
worker for the American
r ociety here.
fARl FAIRCIOTH
Mrs. William Epstein, nom-
inated for her work with the b'ind.
particularly for her assistance in
developing a Braille library and
educating teachers in the use "I
braille for sight-impaired Students
Mrs. Norman Bean, for her
work with the Dade County Men-
tal Health Society and with the
Friends, a 24-hour-adav surveil-
lance group dedicated to prevent-
ing suicide.
Mrs. Leonard Silverman, ac-
tive in numerous civil rights
causes.
Men nominees include the fol-
lowing:
Jack I. Green, of the adver-
tissing firm of Bishopic. Green and
Fielden. sited for his organization i
of the Heartmobile of the heart |
Association ot Greater Miami.
Louis Schwartz, for commun
ity leadership in support ot the
fighting man from Dade County
stationed throughout the world.
Frank P. Bellicoro. for aid'
to the unfortunate through the'
Camillus House dedicated to help-
ing indigent persons in need of
uplift.
Alvin Cassel. as president of
the Economic Opportunity Pro-
gram. Inc. of Dade County, and
Dade's war on poverty.
Dr. Walter Campbell, world
president of the Lions Club Inter-
national, and particularly for his
efforts to obtain funds for continu-
ing the Children's Eye Clinic at
the Bascom Palmer Institute at
Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Sigmund Eisenberg, for his
endeavor in behalf of Variety Chil-
dren's Hospital and as president of
WILL DISCUSS WORLD POLITICAL SITUATION
Max Lerner to Appear at JFCS Evening;
Special Demand Slates Mar. 20 Address
Knottier Evening With Max
mcr ill be sponsored by Jew-
I .,: > and Children's Service
here Sunday, Mar. 20. at 8 p.m..
ie Dupont Plaza Hotel
ted newspaper columnist.
professor and lecturer is
_ by special demand. Last
war. Lerner's appearance before
S attracted a record 900 per-
Lerner will discuss implications
rid situation today.
Mat V. Cogen, president of
Jewish Family and Children's
Wvic< said that Mrs. Fred J.
cighte program chairman, will
Produce Lerner. Mrs. Eugene
K Kaf: is chairman of the Wom-
en's Committee.
Is the author of "The
i kill He has also writ-
rica As B Civilization.''
\ ed world acclaim.
i ern< currently professor of
civilization and world
. Biandeis University,'
at Sarah Lawrence Col-
A am College and Harvard
traveled extensively
the world as a Jour*
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bi spent a year teaching at '
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One of Israel's top folk singers,
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will include the rhythms of her
native Yemen. Hebrew melodies
ol modern Israel, tunes in Yiddish
and well-known English songs.
Second event in the Temple's cul-
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Tr.izy February 25 1966
5 Aden 5726
Cur Combined Appeal
Meets Halfway Mark
The 1966 Combined Jewish Ay
-. -.. :s forging vigorously ahead.
e announcement that CIA has hit
::; mid-way mark a: S823.219 is
;: e:.ru-- Cur community :s
.ding vigorously behind the drive
.-s successful conclusion
Ve note with sat:sta:::or: that the
:; campaign is maintaining a rec-
: ; an r.-r::;e increase .:: giving
: ..-. i percent thus well assu:::::: the
i. percent-plus in giving Combined
'ev ish Appeal leaders have pre-
:..-ed would he required in order
ake thus yeai s goal
Overall the campaign is r_:
- : weel-.s ahead c: las: year's at
v r same time Nevertheless we are
inded that the attainment of Sl.-
rf: 566 in 1556 will not only be
cchieved with maximum effort, par-
bcukniy because of the repeated
s.-.uts in population characterizing
the Greater Miami area but be-
cause of multiple appeal drives lo-
re., y that tend to drain both the cof-
irri and the er.erg~.es more properly
be onging to C]A.
Thus far, the drive :s doing well. Let us con
f.liute to making :t do even better.
Annual Bosworth Award
Presentation of the second annual Bosworth
Award this week to Jacob Rabinowitz empha-
i.irs the valuable contribution of merchants
;: :ur community to the Greater Miami Com-
z.:.~z Jewish Appeal.
The annual award is sponsored by CIA's
Mercantile Division and ii named in memory
- the late Harold B. Bosworth who was an ex-
ecutive with Jordan Marsh and a leader in
many community activities here during his
cacade in the area.
- ibinowitz lymbolizea the effort of our Lc
iali :: C-. -. ho not :.. y .
their ::--.. smen but as re-
sponsible residents recognizing I i ex-
tent of phi mthropk need
"1 rt ewry locally nationally .:-;
: r.i-cs
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The Seminary Convocation
The Jewish Theological Seminary o: Amer-
ica will Monday honor U.S. Sen. Robert Ken-
nedy D.-N.Y. at a spectel degree ceremony in
Temple Emanu-EX A convocation dinner in the
evening ct the Diplomat Hotel is also part ot
the Seminary's 80th anniversary program here.
In addition, the convocation will be the site
ot this year's annual Samuel Friedland Lecture-
ship to be delivered by Prof. Bernard Mar.de.
baum, provost of the Seminary.
Spiritual leaders trained by the Seminary
in its eighty years of service to the Conserva-
tive movement now grace pulpits o: congrega-
tions throughout the nation.
Seme 10 CUC families in the Greater Miami
are affiliated
Son-
area alone and children as wel
with these rongregauons
T.\ vat.eel resources as a center to:
rabbinic scholarship and txmtorial train aq I
. rheologicai Sen:.:.::.- has >ined
-.'.: ether major Jewish movements r
us life :: mmunity
>n by resiaents jf Soutr
e ronvocation and dinner ::: Monday will
re them ai .
ers It
Responsible Xegro Leaders Must Speak
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there a
was an ai m and inex-
that for such a state-
ment to have come from a men who occue.eu
the post _;-.;:. director tor CORE in ''
-:: was particularly stunm-a a:.a ::
pointing as well.
Whet this does u lc emphasize the ugly
strain o: anti-Semitism t b a t seems to have
seized so many Negro spokesmen both offi-
cial and unofficial, in the recent past
No one should be surprised. If the anti-Seal-
-ifest m the Watts Calif, disaster
ct ast summef was new to some .t was a mere
extensic: mora deeply-rooted strains
nrent among Negroes generally ::: at least
.ecade
are either a: identified
a theCliffoi
ami
during (he week
by
as
LEO
i see it
MINDUN
a^OLDA MEIR'S appearance
" here Sunday niht a-
concludins banquet of
international iriaueural coi
ence for State of Israel !-'.
; 'lie Fotitair.c-hl'.'au i!
should do much to allaj
ars '' many of us in ho
! There haw
apli Mrs Mi
alth They beaan for |
of i.- less in the know wil
rs relating to Moshe Sharett's health Whi
..-, | awi ver Mrs. M< ir's e indil
. ly intertwined wit I
estiny. I to seal hei fat
Her Sunday ni^ht I put art end ". r
cenrelaflor There is. of course; no doui
! not be< ntimates I that
erjtj to hei labors S
. whoa '".m the> Bff Trtis*''*
...... .
ivitl not But I
. emi is of late
v. h th a or the critical .
el. it is : -i quest on of I
isted. and : crumbles foi -
:ise physical reas lo i 't seem to matter So
reality of Mrs Meir'i political .
brought her I she no longer felt able to copi
if the Foreign Minister's office den
itics il >unger an*! more vigorous -
remain admirable trait* in h
- to these and her genius, th I
so necessa rofound kind of achievi
: I '
- r.: t

But ng for u
- e ic D r' SUC:':---"
ant-Sem:tism :~ -r.z::^::
: need tc ~-e critical :: the white societv
- i him an e the Negrc s

society
After bo mar.-.- thousands of veers lews
i ttreter to u::aers:and no .<:r.c ;:
Semrrism .;_s history has so brutally taught
them tr.ey must indeed outroot it. expose tt
and ;e-dicate menneleee to iloslinyimj :t wrhere-
v- n it may appear.
Nev9:theless, -*-e must tnallv dem.and rrorr.
o-jrse:ves what we have been demcnchr.a from
others throughout the mil .a- the many
no- r-= judged tor t-e OBCtions of tae tev.- that
no one should be made the v::t- :: srerec-

But must si ,-r:::e
we
Resp
SUTUSS 01V0T10H TO StRVlCl
IJONE OF THIS spells to Golda Meir as a major Israeli
" sonalil h many reached upon the ai
gnation it is one thing realistically to recogi
loi carry or. at white heat, i' i< quite another I
- that, a- a consequence, you have reached the end. There -
nple, no parallel betweei Mrs Meir and former Prime M
Ben-Gurion It is not only because rumors of ill health do not ;
him. It is contrarily because Mrs Meir remains a dynamic an I
structive force on the Israeli political scene Mr. Ben-Gurion. d<
his best intentions, does not.
Neither does this say that Mr Ben-Gurion is not alread> .-
tanic leader, long since glorified in the annals of Jewish and Isra
history, and still basking in the shadow of himself a decade as
one of the world's most cunning diplomats Rather, it is that
Gurion began, perhaps a decade ago. to work on the creation ot
self as a modern myth: hence, he has found it necessary to
hii past in order to assure a future acceptance of the most storr-
controversial periods in his political life.
Becaux? Mrs Meir served as Foreign Minister under Mr
Gurion. it may be safely assumed that she never was granted I
power to think in these personal terms Besides, it is most prol
true that, even if she served under a less monolithically lr.
r. someone less jealous of his unquestioned primacy. Mrs M<
would still be more selfless in ever) sense of the word as ir
her years in the forefront of Israeli politics, both pre and post -
tod, proved hei
OIASPOKA JfWIcY NOT ON TJ4l
|u|R. BEN-GURION'S i:,< in the creation of his
and in the qualification of the past he I
His split fi m Mapai md thi establishment of his Rafi W
Heated to thesi ends Mrs Meir remains, I
N Minister, she is still a i
; she is se< em ml of the d >n
to knit the splits that I
ler when Ben-Gurion could only see the leaders
>onal terms, and ^..- seemii |
' t tO Is"
[ the Neg< The;
iliticallj ni I
t. Mrs. Meir basks in i su< irt
' Press Box aba
- i i i
abinet peers
i i
then, t

hei :..- .
I criticaU;
. i tormer

spora defensa
lit HtVt HUCH TO lEAHH BY [XAMPIE
|^R5 MEIR MADE
ird the
.. visit to a Jewish coi
night at the Israel Bond ii
never elicited from her a brilliant kind of d(
wuh the ultimate even if subconscious, purpose of -
ting uim> of anger about hei il
and conquer on her own terms This would
greatest achievement was the establishment ol
1 and the newlyemerging African nations, which I-
henomenon almost simultaneously with the open:
' the aftermath of the Suez -Sinai campaign
end relentlessly, breaking the traditional Euro
- Isssi ... eaders who were, after all. Eur
Mrs Meir included This was a masterful diplomat
/ ld hr country s hand, particularly at the t'l
we may anticipate changes i
\ rica is ch
i be deel
luent
II have much I i


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+Jtnfct) Mi ir iicHictr
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fnterfaith Meet
Miami Chapter of B'nai B'rith
n sponsored an int*rfa'tli
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Mrs VI Bowman, ADL chairman,
i i n c< il i he g i< -' Deakei.
- E Lent Jr. executive di-
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Westin, Miamian, Is Chosen Director
Columbia University Research Center
A native Miamian has been
named director of the Conicr for
Research and Education in Amer-
ican Liberties ot Columbia Univer-
sity and Teachers College in New
York City.
Alan I". Westin. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Westin, of 1021 v, 6th
St., Miami Beach, was named Cen-
ter head.
Prof. Westin, who teaches
public law and .government at
Columbia, is a graduate of tha
Harvard Law School and a mem-
ber of the District of Columbia
Bar Association. Beside teach-
ing at Harvard, Yale and Cor-
rell Universities before touting
to Columbia in 1959, he is author
of several bonks on constitu-
tional law, the Supreme Court,
and the civil rights struggle in
America.
Recently, he '.rcctci a studj
mi the impact oi >< i nee on pi,
lacy, c< nducted '; a spe<... i
iltee i th Se \ V rk ( it) bar
Vss iciation Pn I. Westin s book,
! cience, Privacj and i eedom."
publi hed tins i ,t
fro! l- estin has bei n direct r
0 Ameri< an Studies lor I'eaci
>i trairing program- to Sierra
1 eone, N. ,eria, Ghana, Guinea,
ranzania, Jamaica, and East Afri-
ca
ih. REAL C.nter. created in
January, 1965, has been establish-
ed to explore the effects of con-
lemporary social chanyc on the
Ciessic principles of American lib-
erty and to carry this fresh under
landing into the major eduea-
Uonal forums oi the nation.
Today, Prof. Westin said,
"'too much teaching about Amer-
ican liberties in the schools is for-
malistic. dull, and without per
fonal meaning for students, It is
time for university scholars to
work active [y with educators to
give students fresh understanding
of both fundamental and contem-
porary problems in the American
system oi liberty under law."
( a studies, discussion mate-
rials, flints, and fresh social
science analyses will he developed
all geared to imaginative new
trends in educational theory,
The central goal will be to
develop in students and adults
McCall's Praises
Mount Sinai Here
Ml Sinai Hospital of Greater
Miami has been cited as an oi
standing hospital bj McCaU Maga-
zine- article. "The Disgraceful
Facts About Infant Deaths in the
V S "
The article, written bj Ruth and
Edward Brecher. mentioned Mt.
Sina ..- spita that is specially
-tailed for obstetrics and pediat-
rics.
alike an understanding of the
American tradition of freedom,
a commitment as citizens to use
this freedom to advance social
progress, and to develop a criti-
cal habit to deal with the prob-
lems of choice and balance pre-
sented by our system.
Westin. who received his under
graduate degree at the University
of Florida, winning membership
In Phi Beia Kappa, also went to
Miami Beach Elementary as a
youngster At the V of P, he was
a star member of the Debating
Team.
He Is married to the former
Bea Shapoff. daughter of Mrs
Sarah Shapoff and the late Israel
Shapoff, of Miami, long active in
Histadrut and Combined Jewish
Appeal affairs, Mrs, Westin has
,,,ist received a Master's degree in
elementary education for physical-
ly disadvantaged youngsters.
Greater Miamians know Prof.
Westin by his lecture appear
ances at Temple Beth Sho^om
on the occasion of his visits from
Columbia here.
"Teachers who themselves grap-
ple with the dilemmas of libertj
and realize how the solution of
must problems facing American
societj depend on free inquiry and
democratic values will be ready
and eager to communicate this
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Rabbi Abramowitz to Speak Before CJA
Breakfast at North Bay Village Sunday
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* Jewish ncrfdfian
Page 7-A
/>re Schary to Address CJA Lawyers
Done Schary. national chairman
ol the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai U'rith, will be guest of hon-
or and principal speaker Tuesday
at the Lawyers' Division luncheon
of the Combined Jewish Appeal of
Greater Miami.
The1 luncheon, which will launch
the campaign among Dade County
attorneys, is scheduled for 12.15
p.m. at the Dupont Plaza Hotel,
according to Judge Sam Silver, di-
\ i-ion chairman.
Schary, one of the most dis-
tinguished motion picture oro-
ducers and writers in the United
States, has had a long career, in
championing human rights and
in assistance to Jewish cajses
at home ano o/irseas.
Jules Arkin i* chairman for
Miami Beach lawyers, with Robert
M. Traurig and Richard B. stone
serving ;i> chain';.hi and im chair
i.ian, respectively, oi Miami law-
>' ''
Lcioy Le\y has accepted the
i on lade lawyers, and Danie' Seplcr, invitation list, but all workers and
is chairman for Hialeah attorneys, i contributors, and all lawyers, are
"We may havj overlooked some certainly welcome at this initial
Greater Miami attorneys on our I luncheon." Judge Silver said.
Chug hri Slates Speaker
Chaim Rose"s topic will be
"The 400th Anniversary of the
Shulchan Aruch" when he speaks
before the Chug Ivri, Hehrvw-
speaking group of North Miami
Hcach. on Tuesday, 2 p.m at
Temple N'er Tamid.
DOM SCHARY
busy schedule
Noted Playwright Also Expected Here
For Briefings With Top ADL Officials

Di i, Schary, national chairman
\nti-Defamation League ol
B'rith, will attend an ADL
o and dinner al the Im
iouse on Miami Beach ncxl
night.
is coming to Miami also
-- a luncheon meeting ol
yers Dm ision of the Com-
wish Appeal al the 1)
I itel on Tuesday noon, as
e com < cation dinnei oi
ish Theological Seminar)
.: on Monday night ;'t
mat Hotel
Schary will be discussing
ADL 1966 objectives formu-
lated at a national commission
meeting of the League in New
York last month. "He will also
levea findings of the University
of California probe into anti-Se-
mitism held during the last five
yeais under ADL aegis," Wil-
liam L. Pallot, chairman of the
Florida Board of the League, de-
clarer1 here this week.
important survey explores
aspects oi ant i Semltism
erica, The exhaustive study
- : ificantlj govern the ac-
th ADL in the years to
\ series ol books will short-
i ubushed, reflecting the find
the California surve> re-
:l prejudice and discrimma-
what must be done to
' :"e these phenomena."
I'all declared
I'rior lb his visits In the Great-
M ami area, the noted play
nd nn>\ producer will
honored guest at a reception
ttel supper ol the ADL Ap-
al in Palm Beach on Sunday.
Schary is expected to comment
i the League's investigations as
lie impact ol the right wing and
ight the importance ol
i educational program
1 tl I'd throughout the country.
"Considerable right wip-j ac-
tivities have been noted by the
League in Florida, which among
other things is the home base
of the extremist 'Let Freedom
Ring' operation," League offi-
cials noted. "John Birch Soeietv
chapters are heavily concent-
rated in the northern regions
of the state, as well as in the
coastal communities ranging
north from Miami.
The Anti-Defamation L<
ha- In i n a leading torce ii the
i i Id of human relations tor more
than a hall century. Through
twenty-eight regional offices, it
conducts programs on many levels
to promote intergroup understand-
ing in the United state- "
Schary is one of the nation's
foremost playwrights and produc-
ers, In both films and on the stage.
he has sought to express his pro-
found concern with some ol the
most crucial issues of the day
anti Semitism. juvenile delin-
quency and modern morality
As head of production at MGM,
he was responsible for such signifi-
cant films as Crossfire," 'Battle
ground," "Blackboard Jungle,"
and 'Bad Day at I'.laek Rock." Re
tinning to the Broadway Theatre
in i<56. he had notable successes
with "Sunrise .it Oampobello," "A
Majority of One......l'he Unsink
able Molly Brown." and "The
Devil's Advocate" His "Zulu and
the Zaydeh" is currently a hit on
Broad was
lo tl
Prosecutor
Addresses Lodge
Paul Baker, chief criminal pro
secutor for State Attorney Richard
E. Qerstein, was guest speaker
at the luncheon meeting of Miami
Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith on
Tuesday noon at the Dil.ido Hotel.
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But the Shalom's real difference
isn't in her design. It's in her
demeanor. The Shalom is friend-
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she's an Israeli ship and the
Israelis are naturally warm-
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Which means there's absolutely
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life aboard the Shalom isn't filled
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nightclubs, first-run films and
VIP facilities, to say nothing of
five gourmet meals a day, what
else could it be?
This year the Shalom is making
four transatlantic trips to Israel
April 29, May 27, June 30 and
July 29. Each features stops in
such marvelous ports as Lisbon,
Cannes, Naples and Piraeus. She
is also making a special 48-day
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sailing on August 30 to 12 ports.
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your travel agent or call ^|f|l
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Friday, February 25 i33g
Study Roasts FDR on Israel
Continued from Page 'A
v. Ibu s.i'iul King of Saudi
.1 Dr Schechtman quotes
S < Department documents,
i > turs .-i H.tiTv Hopkins, and
ment* bj Secretarj of State
. rii Stettlnius, Under Secret
Sumner Welles, Senator t M^ in
>on oi Colorado, Congressman
I mel Celler, Bartle) Crum and
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writes "Rooaevell waa, m this
respect, their i Zionist i faithful dis-
ciple Conditioned by the tradi-
tional Zionist concept ot eventual
Arab-Jewish partnership based on
mutual Interests, ho was reluctant
to jeopardiie its prospects and an-
tagonise tlu- Arab leaders by con-
sistently pressing for a Zionist
solution."
While highlj critical of former
- lenl Rooaevell Sche
. high pi -< I Pn il
rry Truman's s!a the Jew-
S from the Tru-
Memoirs v an in-
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Haven for Jews
In his Memoirs President
Truman said that as he read
over the whole record io* the
US. official po'icy in this NoW
he va* skeptical abo.t
Mini of the views and attitudes
assumed bv tne str pedpan's
-,-.v of 'he State Department
It seemed to me th.it they didn t
enough about what happc-
d ha Mm thousands of displaced
parsons who were involved, if
was my feeling that it would De
passible to us to watch for fne
long-range interests of our coun-
v while a' the same time help-
la '"'ese i. nfortun-a te victims -"
cesecution to find a home.
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months after the outbreak of the
war and only 15 months before
the final collapse of Naii Ger-
many. He said that it "was able
to achieve little" as it "was en-
snared in State Department red
tape and hampered by British
non-cooperation."
The Schechtman book of almost
500 pages, including extensive
notes, bibliograph) and index, be-
gins with a chapter on "The
States and the Bi tish
White Paper and en Is
with "A Discussion oi Zionisn and
stine in American Politics
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v-Jenisfi ncridfiann
Paqe 9-fl.
#0/1/1 Envoy, Dr. Prinz Meet
Com'rtud from Page 1-A
cation in be achieved, he said,
"there ic ^ope that the years of
shame nd horror will be fol-
lowed by decades of peace and
hope."
Knappstein charged that the
American press had blown out of
proportion anti-Semitic actions in
Germany, failing to report fully
demonstrations protesting such ac-
tivities. He said that 'some mis-
takes were made in denazification"
because, initially, "mass produc-
tions involving millions of people
included great numbers of ralher
harmless citizens who had been
merely formal members of some
Nazi organization which they join-
ed under pressure."
Defendants in current war
crimes trials, he declared, still get |
light sentences "because of inade-
quate evidence and due to witness \
es who were sometimes confused I
in their memory."
Both speakers agreed that Ger-
many's displomatic recognition of
Israel has been a healthy develop-
ment. Dr. Knappstein said Ger-
many's support of Israel is like a
"Marshall Plan" which strengthens
Israel's defense "even though it
puts us into difficulties with the
Arabs."
B'nai B'rith Social Singles
B'nai B'rith Social Singles will
have a live bond for dancing and a
night club show for its.affair on
Saturday night at the Casablanca.
B
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Friday, February 25. 1966
LAUNCH CAMPAIGN FOR S105 MILLION IN SALES DURING 1966
tan opera tenor, and Netanu Da-
vrath. Israeli operatic soprano
2.
e ted States Government
.'. jed Sundaj night to offer
widei economic and other
ads. ance n> pro-
-- democrac) capable
m ak !'. a intribu
i ce and I
are
Hean> president dI :h<
!( and Ambassador Jamaa
Unerii .ii represent*
m mm Econ-
ii ii s. ial Council, joined in
tor wider assistance to rha
- 'i aecb.es (ieli-
I I ...---.:
:..\ inti i nati rial
......ii e for Isra it the
..... D Hotel.
Tie occasion was a tribute *o
' r%, Go Id a Meir, Israel's e Foreiqn Minister and a
. idinq architect of its independ-
i -ice, attended by more than 2.-
r JO delegates from the United
! ates and Canada, which off ici-
ly launched the 1966 cams-
on for the worldwide sale of
S 05 million in Israel Bonds.

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launching Israel Bond
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United States and Israel for the
desalination of sea water through
the use of nuclear energy, which
would also produce electric power.
Among the olher speakers at
Sunday night's culminating din-
ner were Louis H. Boyar, cho:r-
man of the Board of Governors
of Israel Bond Organization; Col.
Jacob W. Arvey, honorary chair-
man of the Israel Bond drive in
Chicago; D. Lou Harris, of Tor-
onto, national chairman for
Canada; Rabbi Leon Kronish,
chairman of the Greater Miami
campaign.
The invocation was delivered
bj Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Tem-
ple Fmaiui-Kl of Miami Beach and
the benedication was offered by
Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti el Tem-
ple Menorah of Miami Reach
\ special musical program fea-
tured Jan Peerce, the Metropoli-
MARLON
BRANDO
SAMSPfFGFlS
O^UCPD" o'
Leading personalities at the Israel Bond inaugural conference
at the F ontcinebleau Hotei lest weekend included seated daft
to right Louis H. Bcyar, chairman of the Board of Governors
ci the Israel Bend Organization: Ambassador James Roosevelt,
U.S. representative to the Economic and Social Council of the
Vr.-ed Nations, standing left to right are Ambassador Avra-
ham Herman of Israel, and Samuel Rothberg, national cam-
paign chairman ct Israel Bonds. The conference launched a
drive to seil SI05,000,000 in Israel Bonds during 1966.
Mrs Meir. who was | Israel Bond; in the
rrowth of her century
support for the
1966 campaign "to jive --
lo build a nation in fre
and pi
'Tonight, as you celebrate rhi
15th anniversary of the Israel
Bond Organisation, I can tall you
on behalf of the people of i--
that we are happy you believed us
when we said we would make
good, when we said we would re-
pay the bonds, when we said that
your faith in us would be redeem-
ed, she said
portrayal
"A CASE
OF LIBEL-
EXPLOSIVE
COURTROOM
DRAMA!
\
bar pioi ship in thi
i
State took th
to emphasize thai ii is seekin
achieve economic prosperity only
- to free
Mrs. Meir said: "We want to
be like other nations in enjoying
the fruits of freedom and crea-
tive effort. We do not want to be
like other people in merely set-
tling for the material comforts of
affluence. Affluence, yes, but
only as a tool, not as an end,
not as the ultimate objective.
'The people of Israel have
together again the broken thr. ad
hisl rj our destiny
N r we must also return to ami
revive the ideals the tradition.-,
the ethical precept- and moral
values which were thr essence of
our place and mission in this worl i
man\ centum _
Mrs Mail stressed the central
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Tuesday Through Sunday at 8:30
Abraham Peinberg, president oi
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States, Canada. Latin America and
Western Europe, will be used to
finance major economic develop-
ment projects. He listed the fol-
lowing major tasks for this year
The completion of the deep
water harbor at Ashdod which i
replacing the old Tel Tviv-Jaffa
port.
The establishment of new in-
dustries in development town- to
absorb new immigrants
The construction of housing
ir. outlying regions of the country
to effectuate a more even distri-
bution of the country's raptdl) In-
creasing population.
The exploitation of Datura!
resources, especially phosphates
and potash, to speed the develop
meal of the chemical industry
The launching of the construe
uoh tauttmrs
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fc-y 25. 1966
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Page 11- A
Agents Ring Moscow Rabbi
Jewish Nat honors Louis Dublin, ptesidcnt, ( n I
^^^^vid Lelufield, of Kneseth Isiacl Ccngregation, :-
^^^mation end suppoit cf Jew!-h Ka'.icnal Fund during
Vkho annua inpaign nd Rabbi !
^MJlbc .ii fib.d :;i the Me Ami Gc .. .
,<0f th '' end Ijroo!.
fti$!:erwln Steuber ov Young Israel
esf of Hcr.or at Fcb, 27 Dinner
tier" in Stauber, of
^cl of Greater Miami,
Hsi ol honor
B<>' Sund i\ at the I- n
Bli'ii'l Tlic dinner mMl
E> in.
Lerner, president <>i
?1. said the dinner "w ill
congregation's grati-
h\ the dynamic leader-
|bin Stautx r, m helping
lung Israel t'> its pre-
HI as one of the out-
Khodox synagogues."
Israel o' Greater Miami
ry humbly some seven
try humbly some seven
said Lerner, "with
?auber called upon to
cor/jregation at that
ii '11 -r, prior to joining
riu'i. was educational di-
Kneseth Israel Coagre-
Miami Beach, ami in-
Talmud at the lUtreu
[Stauber received his
fainmu at John Hopkins
Brooklyn College and
rsity of Miami. He holds
t>f Associate Of Arts,
^f Arts, and Bachelor
|le is a member of the
|ar Association, as well
to practice law in the
rurts.
as rabbi in New York
inn Berlin^ Rabbinical
itbbi .Stauber is minded
ner Barbara Tory Jary.
the parents of four chil
|kl 9, Sharon 8, Mosho 5,
3.
Stauber has oeen serv-
fesident of the Orthodox
1*1 Council of Greater
or the past two years.
Continued from Page 1-A
charge of Soviet anti-Semitism
and that Soviet Jewish leaders
constantly feared government
reprisals. The Catholic editors
noted that statements are issued
from time to time purpoitedly
by Jewish leaders and comment-
ed that if Chief Rabbi Levin
was the one who signed the
statements, they felt that the
statements "were written for
him by others, probably by the
minor lay officials who are offi-
cers of his synagogue and who
surround him Ii' The editors asserted that the
i hie! Rabl i "can rarely be seen
in privali and that when in j
talked to him, what little he had
to say about Jewish life in Russia
eai i !ni!;. laiio '''I In the sen
Children vo Lead
Frsday Worship
loll ihiiu children oi I
V d a I \ huriin Ken.
. will i nducl rciig i -
ices I i idaj al ii: IS <> m
Those parl cipating ai c I
Ii Jii Banni Linda Bcrp;, i *:!
Ill Ste\ i .1 I5rn.lv. i .
lan, Andrew Cohen Robin
!'. i ling, Mi.an Dela-
ii.i nte. Glenn <..,: bi r, Sandra
Goldstein, Gloria Grecnberg.
Gary Hertzfeld, Penny Hershoff,
Neil Kaplan. Alan Katz, Hal Kob-
rin. Leslie Landau, Linda Leibo
vitz, Henry Levine, .Mark Miller.
David Morrison, David Nadlcr.
Also. Ellen Niditch, Michael
Parker. Roy Rosenberg, Harvey
Rosen, Neil Rubenstein, Jerrey
Sapir, Mark Schecter, Marianna
Steiner, David Sissebnan, and
Mark Sterling
Nathan Ster n is education
director of the Hebrew School.
sibilities of hi laj admonitors."
They cited the "ominous activity
of the lay committeemen who sur-
rounded the aging rabbi'' and said
they were probably agents.
They said that the delegation
was forbidden to see Rabbi Levin
when they tried to talk to him on
a second v ;~i! to during
their tour. They were tol! thai Ran
bi Levin was "in quaianlin in
a hopsital and added that the i
officers refused to say where
was Finally Rabbi Arthur Schn
er, of Nev York, another dele.
tion member was allowed to ta
by telephone to Rabbi Li \ In w
told Rabbi Schneier he was "d
In all he could' that he was i
free to saj where he was and tl
he "a nl r< sards to his brcthi
in the I nited Stati s.

DORE'S
UPSTAIRS ROOM f
BERR1E BLAIRV

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FRANK RUBERTINO >
163rd St. and Collins Av.
Miami Boach Ph Wl 5-5771 Wl .-1B61
S-- -'.-v'y>''r'-t'c-:-"
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RABBI SHERW.N S7,V i I
He is a memh-r o' "* "~ J
of Directors of the Masivta H 'i
School and the Gw A.veh Ins'i-
tute of Higher Learning.
He serves as del 'gate to 'be
Council of Young Israel Rn'ibis I n
the Southeastern United States
and is a member of the Board ol
Directors of B'nai B'rith.
Robert Kinkelslcin is chairman
of the dinner committee for the
Sunday event.
Asthma Crusade Opens Here
On Feb. 1. the 1966 Asthma Cru-
sade took place in the Miami
area for the benefit of the tree,
non-sectarian Home Hospital and
Research Institute in Denver. Pro-
ceeds will be used for the treat-
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dren from Florida, ns well as from
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Friday', February 25, 1966
/vc//a*
oits
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j/t is li/ecLcn J
4th
Avt.. Hiaieah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
,.- 7 ... r>Y will uartli Ipa.tr
... mi
Slutelhi ; -
Shal bal howled
rd l> '.' .i i"
bj
AGU04TH ACHIM, Lombardy Hvel. -
6306 Colii A-t O thodox.
,--- s ----
AHAVAT SHALOM CONG^EGA-
TiQN 985 SW 67th Ave Oorthodox.
Cantor Morris Bar-

AGL'DATH ISRAEL. 7RC- rariyie Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
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ANSHE E'JES. 8533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Emaniti Kushelwitz.
president.
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BETH DAVID. 2623 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
ervative Rah1- So: Landau. Cantor
William W. Lioson.
11! Mb-
in the
> n ol
Vr. and
Ortho-
-*>,ii-m,.wMa,*i ip-i*iw
Ui
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
5 Adar 6:00 p.m.
4*
* I
St. Co"se-vative. Ratbi Avrom L
L Drasin, Can-cr Loirs Cohtr
Frldfti 6 and 15 |i
Hull h Sani luar>
\i ha 8 p.m
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JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITN
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Samuel Vigoda.
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i ri ni lielwi n Pa>
- I sal i li : i
"The S* in luarj 11->>
Oi ,i
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conserwt.ve. Rabbi Maxwell Jtr
per. Cantc Ben Oickson.
r*
...I.--'
riFERETH rSRAEL.
Ave. Conservpfve.
Wernicx
i 11 8:80 Bi rmoi
er'a Ki p* i '
H'nal imt '
Shabb u .-. 11 ... '
"Portion ol Wei
6500 N.
Rabbi
Henry
H .
iptei itf
. I L,
Set
- rmon "Do
i.f Hi.-
We
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TEMPLE Z'ON. 8XX) Mill
servative. Rabbi Alfred
P Ida* ~' "' ""
. ., m
- Rd. Con
Waxman.
\ Iiifini-
\,.wl\ installed
VOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Ki-ldai 6 -.- '" m. Sermon:
"Becoming an :it Mltsvah:
William. Si of Ml I low
i Ir- -}!''
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 Wain r.glcn Ave.

I
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Ma and
B W-IM In- cl.-ll.MU-.!
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
K-.war ateln. Sal -
: p ni Bar Mil ah R eh-
M ind Mrs
.1
S'NA' RAPHAEL 140' \W 1*-r> St
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerntr.
NFSETH ISRAEL
Orthodox. Ratbi
Cantor Abraham S
1415 Euclid Ave.
David Lehrfield
lit.
BETH EL. 500 SW IT*h *.
oox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
las -'-
I i i i
M nvii -..,. \i
Mis. ll.iri'l '.'
EETH ISRAEL "0 40th St. Ortho-
cox. Rabbi Bere Weln
I -
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. VI n

BETH JACOB Iton Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Snmiryahu T.

. -
BETH KODESM 11C1 SW 12th Ave
Modern Trad t.o-a1. p.irbi Max
Snapire. Cantor Brrjarrjm Ben-ArJ.
r i..,. i: Si-6
Ml ,i!
-. I n. HIdl
E
H '.i i
I f. u:
i : li li
JATlOrjj
erv ,-it'va.
BETH MOSHE CONGRECA
13630 W. Dixie Hwy, Consei
Rabbi Rich.-rd Marcovit*. Canto*'
Seymour Hinkes.
Fr dJ 7:S 1 fl
pftrtli iiati Sa .i Sen
i 'Port ri ol the u
1545 Jefferson
Cantor Saul H
BETH RAPHAEL.
Ave. Conservat ve.
Breeh.
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BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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EETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schatz. Cantor Jacob Renier.
h Ida) 8 ind v 1j p.n I .,. M
.. ind Mrs
CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MI-
AMI. 1242 Washington A. -. Ortho-
dox. R.--bbi Dov Roienrvteig.
e
FLAGLF.R GRANAPA. 5C NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. rantor George Goldberg.
m S-rn.oi
...
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.-..'i. da>

FT. LAL3ERDALE EMANL'-EL. '801
S Andrews Ave, Reform R.itbi
R chard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome
Klement.
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FT. LALDERDALE JEWISH CEN-
TER. 347 E. Oaxland Park Blvd.
Cor-serv.- tive Charles Dickson. pres-
ident. Dr. Jack L. Morris, cantor.

HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
410 E. Beach Blvd. Rev. Paul
Deuttch.
hv
thi .-n. kel '; -i s] ak<
Irand M i Stati
ni i ii-.i. i ..f i i.i.i
Shal Imi
- P vi and M: -
phie Wi
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 2-100 P n.tree
Or. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
. ; Sal rdaj 9 a.m Min.-ha
>ni
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. '201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehuoah
Heiibraun.
LU9AVTCHER M NYAN. SCO Wash
inpten Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abra-
ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field.

M'WONA'RES CONGREGATION
3737 B rd Rd. Modern Traditional
-
ohev Shalom 911 Normandy d-
Orthoc.ox. R.ibbi Phmeas A
m.in.

sephard c jew sh center e->?
s Ave. Rev Cantor Sa mias.

! ........

SKY LAKE Sv\ACOGL E '*; \E
iath A-.e. O-thodox. Rabt Jonah
E. C a

mui i: -
i.
. i \ i Sen I
.... Mllii-I

TEMPLE ADATH YESHURL'N Cc"
ervative. 102^ NE 183rd St., v.ami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel 3 Sto-ie
Cantor Maunce Neu.
-
i RlKhti -.-- Sat-
,i.;;,\ i.i liar Mllzval
Time Has Arrived To
Close in on Our Ideals
By RABEI SHERWIN STAUBER
Your,-] Israel of Greater Miami
Mini
thai the Jewish
Kiiu. rd,
n <-r mi
.11 nf
Mr.
i l".
and M
1 avid
rical beginning of the
.-. can in' found
=ai tuar>
people were
ed I
iii : "
.. :
I .!-.; ( X : U S
hoth tragic ;.>i
ironic that the
noble purpose oi
the synagogue's
inception has be-
come so pervert-
ed with the pas-
sage of time that
Thi

ami K
Coi
prepa td m co-
\e C II if Mi-
m.
DR 1 IPS I
CoflgTCC&U \
BdCh.

I
\t:Jn
Robbi Slouber
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
Dr., So. Miami. Reform Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
I il ,\ k:.1(i p.m Si rmd
l'. ,i iir 1>5 ini;'."' Satur lay 1
a m Bar Mllzvah: Oerald, son
.iii,i Mrs C t--ti Klt-in: Glenn, son
..f I'i- and Mrn, Sheldon IVihki
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER.
St., Homestead. Conse -vative.
8th
HOLLY.
Reform.
R.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
Hebrew Lesson
1MK3 ini^ rx n"?in ^~"
.nsi?i o1? Kz.-: S2"2
nx ^KiT ,sr*n rr: itd
nzr

i i

Ton -TP Svsaa-
nxsn n-.-xn r.< ^Kiar
rrn |i-qx liinui .Tan^n
rniannn ':z'~> nnsi r-^ q^ _
plnnn
..
on-in isrn
To Bsaa tx^ -eh
to sjsaa
1 t ;
n-a ,C"r ir-:\n n;a nasj
rr.n .-j-q -xn "^n rs ^"ns
D"-;s i^n*"?] ma na ?"::
rfrBRa pn-in *? n-Vx-i---
--1T3 yiD "inx nil .y^'c
C"r ST^PI .rjio d: rjin ?
Ni-jn rs y-: aha tk*: nas
-in T?~*xn -sn^) nsan
na D':r sntfpi .d*':^ s?db,
"L-'-?rn Kim 08$ ^ l?oi?
.nmxinD-n-inN^iniaVoa 1n??9? x?"r?n nrnrp noio
.to in *7tf
PtVis rnss? r--ia rxsina)
sOrivr mair1? rtnsi iipi
i i i t i vrvl
The Sinai Campaign
Nine years have already elapsed j
since the chains of the tanks of
TSAHAL (Israel Defense Force)
plowed up the Sinai Peninsula.
Nine years have passed since Is-
raeli paratroopers fought not far',
jrom the Suez Canal, and another
force broke through a road which
was no road to Sharm el Sheikh on
the shores of the Red Sea. Nine
years have elapsed since TSAHAL
drove the Egyptian Army out of
the Sinai Peninsula in the course
of one week. Nine years have pass-
ed since Israeli climbed up to the
St. Catherine Monastery located
on the summit of Mount Sinai.
Today, no one casts doubt on the
great importance of TSAHAL'S ac-
pco ypxn srx Dt*n r*x
nmntf n'Thsn rna-rna
Tp ysa^a Vns nV^D"?
tivities in the Sinai campaign.
TSAHAL proved its competence
during the campaign as a fighting
and victorious army.
To this day. various military
schools throughout the world
teach how the soldiers of Israel
conducted the Sinai campaign.
The Sinai campaign removed
from the southern borders of the
State of Israel the constant Egypt-
ian threat. And last but not least
important, the Red Sea was opened
up to navigation by Israel. The
Port of Eilat, which is the south-
ern gate of Israel and our door to
the Far East, has become, since
the Sinai campaign, a real port
and the third in importance after
Haifa and Ashdod.
Published by Brit Ivrit OUmit
TEMPLE BETH EL OP
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
l ri ol Keform Judaism." I. 11- ..:i- -,
,,' in -.v Torah Scroll presented b>
I:., ib Sai .; I Schwartz and lamll) i
. irj o his wKi ., tti .-.i: -
urday i] m Bar Xlltzvah NVI ii
t>l Ml .. ,| Mi > Hi i n.ir.l \ I
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St Reconstructionist. Raobi
Morris Skop.
fc:l.i | in Si V- Rrn
i-l .!, U l-l. I
rda> in :: ? a.in Si W .,
Ill- Jew .>li Frli .N
-
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hcily
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conse- vative
Rabbi Morton M.i.avsky. Cantor E--
nest Steiner.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. i-ii Chase
Ave. Lberal. Rabbi Leon Kr:n,sh.
Cantor David Conviser.

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. itSOC NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rart S M.
Machtei. Cantor Abrahav '
- ; i Si I
ill, i.

i' iimn gal on
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TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi P..
Glixman.
I
b n
.M i ..

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Was- ng.
ton Ave. Conservative. R.i:
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Ad'er
, v |0 ], 111
Can the rid
Sa t urila
>\ k;> portli a ,.f il,. r
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF CREATE*5 MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reforn. Rabbi
Joteph R. Narot.
P Ida} '" |, m Si n
t>.it!i I lead :n Judaism?"
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morn
per.
- 13 p.m. Si rn n
We Evei horglvi the t!n
urdaj |
son ..: Mi .,. ,i Mm j. .,.
TEMPLE MENOR*AhT 620 "oth St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Ab.ani-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
l- rlda) s:13 p.n Sal day Si
The i- ri.......? :. i..
lerry, son ol Mi
erlman

Ave
K c.
Mltxvah
Saiiiu-.l I"
nary a trace re-
mains of the original ideal. In
Chapter XXV of the Book of Exo-
dus, read this week in our syn-
agogues, we rind the command:
"And let them make me a Sanctu-
ary, that I may dwell among
them."
The classical Biblical commen-
tator. Rashi. interprets the biblical
words, "make me." to mean, "'For
my name."
It would only be a sanctuary so
long as it remained dedicated to
the service of the Almighty; yet
the synagogue of today in the
great majority of cases is not de-
dicated to 'he service of the Al-
mighty, luit rather to man.
It is becoming ever more dilli
Beth Tov Fetes
Rabbi GSixman
Temple Beth Tov of West Miami
will honor its new spiritual leader,
R z Glixman, on Sun-
:,> at .. dii ner In the new YMHA,
5Vi Bth St., at 7 p.ia.
. regation w 111 pay tri-
te Rabbi Glixman 'n.s wife
Doris, .i!.ii their three children at
the banquet
Rabl : Glixman assumed the
i pulpit last Sepl I, He
!y spiritual leader at
Beth Yehudah Synagogue "I Lock-
Pa for -IN yea!--.
According to Milton Miller,
president, "Rabbi Glixman has
served Temple Beth To* for a
short six-month period, but djr-
ing this time, the Temrle has
substantially enhanced its sta-
ture under his spiritual and edu-
cational guidance.
"It Is ill appreciation of his de
cheated efforts, that the Temple
now sees fit to honor him," Miller
explained,
Rabbi Glixman was ordained a1
V. miva Stolin ol Brooklyn, N Y .
the GI Bill following World
War II During and after his serv-
eult to fil". a house < >i
where all thai is offer is c
munion .ti'. the Aln it as
become necessary to ill rts
oi extraneous inducem
m lrom a dynamic ing Rab-
bi" to such "t^mmick- .> Sister*
hcod Sabbath, and the
Whereas the- daily p r -!1-
ice has difficulty raisi: ; he tradi-
tional ten men. the m dj social
in the synagogue h -tainting
room only.
The innovation of the iteFridlJ
evening senict. if a' mg, has
only decreased 'he Jev family's I
feeling of responsibility >
communion with the Alt Lghty.
The time has come he 'lravr-1
ing of clearer lines
synagogue and the J'
and for a return to
the sanctuary < f old 1
Kedushah." a House
to serve the name ol :
een tM
?.I
ideal ill l
, -Bail!
i ilineM I
-.
RABBI RALPH CKX '
ices, he was visiting
.New York reformati
national chaplain of
War Veterans of the
eiate state chaplain f
and Count] of New \
conducted the Hebrei
the Air.
Miller is being Jo
Horowitz, \ice presid
Tov, as co-chairmen o:
evening testimonial.
I
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,,. Stale

M
Of
by Hy
I i.-th
Sunday
TEMPLE NER TAM.D. 80th St anC
Tatum Waterway. Modern Trao;.
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein,
p.I Sei ii !, /.'. ,
'-" Moral Ri IIrIoup L<
- i:
h Itevld I
Newsman Schoenbrun Set
Mrs. Iiviiif Plaai
T^PLJF 0R OLOM. Conservat,ve
8755 S* 16th St., Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April.
' v in. Sermon
of l-.iiih.'- Saturdaj
Mltxvah l.iur, ,. b, ,,-
Mrs. li-wm Qerahen
'
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary office 1820 NE 164th St
Reform. Rabbi Daniel M Lowy.
Cantor Chet Gale.
Prldaj vi:, p m Brotherhood service ,
Washington federal 6( NE h.tu, broadcasttT
.Pulpit Kuist. Prof, if. (-Viinkiin
Continued from Page 1-A
cut with the Seventh U.S. Army
during World War II, covering the
invasion of Fiance and the cap-
lure Of Vienna. He had enlisted
in the Army after a stint as an
instructor of romance languages
in New York high schools, and
served in military intelligence at
first.
row, joined the Colui
casting System.
His coverage oi al
lews heat won him '
from the Overseas Pre
radio and television i
for the best magazi: I
959 and for his book. <-
Goes."
In 1961 he return* "
United States as chief
mi ha
in
he
, BS
therl
Eft.
of s news desk and as a
to occupied France.
|. i'-n 7,f Vnivi-rViiv' Y'.T,:' following the war, Schoenbrun
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Later he joined the psychologi-1 Washington bureau He >s v^
1 welfare board in Algiers as' two years and bee an:- -_
ropean correspondence tor ne
ca
chief
Paris, and then in 1947, at the in-
B., viUtion of the late Edward R. Mur-
work. &
Starting into a new phase M
career. Schoenbrun is a f'"> ^t.
dicated and incorporjted
man.


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february 25. 1966
* Ir-ff/r #> rhricjirl/r
Paqe 13-A
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ng Committee for Reform Jewish Appeal
cs: the Eic:i Roc Hotel on Mor. 6. which will
': Rabbi Roland B. Gittelsohn, of Boston, and
Johr.r.v Carson, is shown at c recent s~3-
reated '"eft to right) are Mrs,. Milton Mala-
koff, Rabbi Leon Krcnish, Robert Newman, Gen-
eral chairman Sam Luby Sr.. James Albert, Judge
Hany Greenberg and Sam C. Levenson. Standing
ere Henry Peine, Joseph A. Gcrfield. Louis Sahm,
Rabbi Saniord Seltzer, Mortimer May, Dr. Max-
well Dauer, Rabbi Samuel Jalfe, Byron Cherkas,
Rabbi Richard Levitan. Mrs. Leviian. Edward Co-
hen and Marlin Harrison.
\ibbi Arm to Address Purim Seudah
'.ton Arm, of New
.ill ies1 speaker
ih N i';>:ial Fund
Mar. 6 at the
i has rved as presi
Zionist Organization
(I on the Health and
,-ice Commission of
' M Welfare Federation
responsible for the
>- of the various pro-
taken by the Jewish
id i>[ America in its
il: of !nd recalama-
torestation in Israel.
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dination and Master of Hebrew
Literature degree there. He
holds a Bachelor of Science de-
gree from Columbia University
and was the recipient of
scholarship by the American
Zionist Youth Commission to
engage in graduate study at
the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem in 1949.
He has also done graduate work
al Dropsie College in Philadelphia
und at Wayne Slate University in
Detroit, Prior to his appointment
,i- assistant to the president of the
Jewish National Fund. Rabbi Arm
served in the pulpit of Congrega-
tion Ahavas Achim in Detroit. He
had previously served as spiritual
leader in Glen Cove. L. I., and
Congregation Shaarey Ze-iek in
Detroit.
Well known Cantor Mordecai
Yardeini and concert star. Lionel
Ames, will be present. William
Bornstein. president of the Jewish
National Fund of Greater Miami,
said that the following will be hon-
ored:
Vice president of the JNF
and "Jewish National Fund Man
ioi March." Jacob C. Fishman. Mr.
and Mrs. Max Aftichiner. Mrs. Sa-
die liieler. Mrs. William Born-
stein. Marshall Comis. Mrs. Pearl
Comis. Nathan H. Darsky, Mrs.
Morris Kantor. Mrs. Max Fonberg,
Max Hecfat, Sam Kagan. Bernard
katz, Morris Minov, Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Nash, Miriam Press, JNF
Comptroller Harry Rosen Sam
Schachno, and Bernard Silver
Seudah committees members
are Rabbi Mayer AbramowitZ, Mr.
and Mrs. Max Affachiner, Benja-
min Appel. Morris Berick, Mrs.
Eva Blum. Mrs. Nathan Bookspan.
Joseph Cohen, Isaac Donen, Leon
J. Ell. Mrs. Michael Feinstein.
Harry Feldman, Ez>-a Fincgold.
Jacob C. Fishman. Abraham
Fraidlin, Mayshie Fri^dberg. Mrs.
Robert Garber, Abraham Gross-
man. Abraham Grunhu*. Max
Hecht. Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Hel-
ler. Sam Kagan. Bernard Katz.
Zev W. Kogan, Sam Kopkind. Mrs.
Joseph Krantz. Mrs. Louis I.ustig.
Mrs. Abraham Mason. Morris
Minov. Mrs. Miriam Press, Isidore
Rifkin. Harry Rosen. Julius Rosen-
stein. Morris Sack. Mrs. Samuel
Sack. Sam Schachno. Mrs. Wolfe
Sliklair. Meyer Siegel. Bernard
Silver. Joshua Z. Stadlan. Mrs. Ida
Weasel, Morris Yudewitz.
Memorials
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Scheduled Unveilings
Temple Concert Sunday, Feb. 27
The annual C n( :" 4 Temple
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will be held Sunday, F< 27 In
the newly-constru sanctuarj
at 1545 Jefferson A%-e
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IShAELI 4 DOME8T Z GIFTS
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1585 Washington Ave.
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The program will feature Cantor
Saul Breeh, lyric tenor. Joyce Far-
ber, coloratura soprano, Fred
(.old. classic mandolinist, and Sal-
ly Have, pianist and accompanist
Program chairman is Louis
Hoberman, president of Surfside
Music Society Abysch S Perl,
president of Temple Beth Raphael,
said thai members oi the commit-
tee are Mr, and Mrs Max Alfa-
airmen, Ben Binen-
stock, ticket chairman. Jack Ber-
ger, Sam Cohen, Harr> Hoberman,
Jack Kubel, Abe Wagner, and
Dave Woloshin.
ROSCH UNVEILING
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late
ELIA5 ROSCH
will take place
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27th at
11 A.M. at
Ml. Sinai Cemetery.
Mr. Rosch is survived by his
widow Sadie; daughters Nettie
Stolper and Charlotte Shalom;
ond a son Joseph C. Rosch.
Friends and relatives are requested
to attend.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1966
Jewish Section
Wood/own Park Cemetery
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Friday. February 25. 1966
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Meeting NAACP's Kivie Kaplan is a Real Treat
**" ... ___. i,....,-,.if n lirplp^s "seriously" the teochinpt of the
WHAT a
treat Is >'i
stora for you
w h e n you
meet K i v i e
Kaplan lor the
fir81 lime.
Certainly you
know who Kiv-
ie Kaplan Is.
Perhaps you read that he is the
nev.' pro DidI of the National
\^onaiion tor the Advance-
ment of Colored People If you
aie from the Boston area. Kiv-
ie'g name is a household word.
The b a r a biographical dala
would indicate thai he descends
from a rabbinical family. I hat
the name Kivie is a shortened
form of Akiba, that he is active
in all kinds of Jewish and gen-
eral organisations, that he is a
retired leather manufacturer,
and that he is married to an
adorable wife named Emily and
has children, grandchildren and
many relatives.
But Kivie Kaplan transcends
his biography. He Is personally
lovable and is secretly known
to his admirers as "Kewpie"
Kaplan because he looks like a
doll. His first name is Talmud
ical, but his life is based on tin-
teachings of the prophets. He
hearkens to the insistence of
Amos and Isaiah that man's
aim in life is to correct iniquity
nad inequity
Kivie Kaplan is dedicated to
the cause of justice. For that
reason he Rave the I'nion of
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions a social action center In
Washington where the ideals oi
Judaism can be relayed to our
nation. As a member of the na-
tional board of that Union he
felt that we must not only praise
our religion, bill practice It.
Because he lakes seriously
(he admonitions of the prophets.
he has made himself a tireless
champion of the NAACP. Up
and down the country he had
gone, often in the company of
Jackie Robinson (the ballplayer
turned civil rightsman) urging
people to take out life mem-
berships in the N Double A
the moderate manifestation of
the civil rights cause which has
spent hundreds of thousands of
dollars on irj ing to get the U.S.
to catch up with its conscience.
It needs many more dollars, and
thai is why the organiiatron
astutely dratted Kivie Kaplan to
become its president.
When I said Mr. Kaplan takes
"seriously" the teachings of the
prohets, the imression is a lit
tie off balance. True, the pre-
cepts of justice are important
to him. b u t the word serious
doesn't quite describe him, for
a more jovial, good-humored,
genial, and gay man can't be
imagined. All over the world he
has gone, distributing largesse
everywhere. He also distributes
cards which read "Keep Smil-
ing." Kivie Kaplan has a grim
task to perform, but he keeps
smiling because he has the in-
ner glow which comes to one
who is joyously performing the
mitzvah of the Almighty
Capitol Spotliqht: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
How Soap Helped Save Day in Viet Nam
Washington
A BROOKLYN Doctor and a Detroit housewife who sent
gifts of soap to a Jewish officer serving on an anti
errilla team in Viet Nam helped turn a village against
Viet long, possibly saving American lives.
('apt. Sidney l.inver. U.S. Army, commands an ad
-ory team attached to South Vietnamese "ARVIN"
us During the recent visit of a Jewish War Veterans
legation, the captain was assigned as escort officer
and accompanied the visitors. He explained the need tor
simple items like bars of soap for poor villagers whose
friendship the American troops would like to win
The JWV officials, upon return, asked this reporter
in urn.- that persons wishing to assist (apt I.inver's un-
dertaking mail simple items like soap to the captain care
Of Advisory Team 97. A.P.0 96314. Postmaster. San I-ran
cisco. A number of readers responded. But the first two
packages to arrive were significant Their content- ti-
med in dramatic events.
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Bringing Unity to Jewish Branches
ATA symposium on Jewish ecu
'^nienism held last week in New |
York City under the sponsorship ol
Judaism.'' scholarly quarterly]
published by the American Jew-|
isli Congress, there was complete
unanimity among the participants
Reform. Orthodox and Conserv-
ative rabbis and scholars on
thl need of religious unity in Un-
American Jewish community but wide divergence ol
opinion on how to achieve it
A Reform scholar. Prof. Jakob .1 Petuchhowski,
of the Hebrew Union College, projected the idea
thai religious unity would be attained if believers
accepted God's commandments but refrained from
tel Ing each other how to cany them out.
Similar views were aired by the Conservative
spokesman, Rabbi Seymour Siegel, of the Jewish
Theological Seminary, who held that Jewish relig
ious unity demanded not only a consensus of basic
principles but also the right to differ on how these
beliefs should bo interpreted
In essence both were a plea for tolerance.
Dr. Irving Greenberg, associate professor of his-
tory at Yeshiva University, presented the Orthodox
position. He too welcomed a thaw in the positions
of the three main branches Of Jewish religious life
He warned, however, that rejection of Halachic au-
thority by the Reform and Conservative branches
of Judaism, particularly with respect to the laws ol
marriage and divorce, was an insurmountable ob-
stacle to such unity He told the gathering that there
was real danger that in a generation or two. Jews
who take Halacha seriously will In- unable to marry
with a significant segment of Jews" who marry and
divorce in civil law.
My religious credentials are hardly kosher
enough to justify comment on such a dialogue: yet
I will dare even though I may have my wings
clipped
Prom this corner, it seems that the gentlemen
did not define their terms sharply enough.
What is meant by Jewish religious unity" Sine.'
it can not possibly mean a reduction of existing dif-
ferences between the various segments of Judaism,
it is an anomaly to speak of religious unity Where
there are differences, there is bound to be dispu-
tation, dialogue, confrontation and quest for dom-
inance ol views. And where there is struggle for
dominance, there is bound to be friction, particu-
larly when the issue is a religious and theological
formulation.
11 by religious unity is meant the elimination
of unnecessary veal In the vying of each of the de
nominations for position in the American Jewish
community, the objective is wholly laudable So one
is against tolerance. Religious disputes in the past
have produced a bitterness for which the world to
day is still paying heavily. It is about time that re
ligious men bury their hatchets when they confront
each other in theological disputation.
No one can foretell the religious direction or
orientation of American Jewry as it i< headed foi
the new century that is thirty-lour years avvav
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
The Growing Dispute at St. John's IL
AS AMERICANS head ntO the turbu
** lance, chanllengef, and opportuni-
s of the last third of the 20th cm
ry, the growing pains of the Roman
atholic Church in this country offer
: nsiderable proof that it's a grand old
.'imcland after all.
The most dramatic example of tur-
Oil and soul searching in the Catholic
Humanity is the hassle between the ad
mistration and a section of the faculty at the largest
atholic university in America St. John's with some
thing like 13.000 students in Brooklyn and Jamaica. No
ne would have dared predict 25 years ago that faculty.
(ministration, and friends of faculty would be taking
aid advertising space in 1965 and 1966 to air the St
hn s dispute. But here is a tug of war between the yes.
erdays of authoritarian rule and the emerging tomorrows
expanding democratic practices.
Only those who live in the world of St. John's are
ally qualified to sort out the rights and wrongs of the
filing dispute at the university. But the eagerness and
etermination of scores of otherwise calm and rather
I nservative Catholics to come publicly to the defense
of Fr. Peter O'Reilly, a leader of the St. John's revolt, of
fers a sharp index for judgement Described m an ad-
vertisement rallying the anti administration tones as "one
of the most competent scholars and teachers in his field
of Thomistic philosophy," Fr. O'Reillj was one ol more
than a score of St. John's faculty members who received
registered letters shortly before Christinas, notifying
them of their dismissals. The list of those fired inclu led
three priests Questions of tenure, personnel practices,
and pension benefits figure in the dispute, but obviously,
the issue of academic freedom la paramount And behind
that issue looms the much larger factor of the revolt by
a glowing company of dedicated Roman Catholics against
views and practices of the venerated past.
That revolt is perhaps best illustrated by deep dis
satisfaction with the octogenarian. James Cardinal Mc
Intyre, spiritual leader of 1.530.000 Catholics in the Los
prelate because of his unenlightened approach to Californ-
ia's boiling racial difficulties Fr. Duliay was soon shuttled
aside, of course. And similar fates have awaited Fr Philip
E. Berryman, 27, of Pasadena, for -peaking out against
racial injustice, and Fr. Maurice Otiellet, whose appeals
for righteous treatment of Negroes resulted in his expul-
sion from the Mobile-Birmingham diocese bj Archbish-
op Thomas J. Toolen.
The boxes were sent by Dr H ROB-
ner Ol Brooklyn. N.Y., and Mrs A
Schwartzcnfeld, Detroit. Mich
(apt. l.inver reported: "1 took the
-oap and our medical corpsman to a YC controlled hamlet
about 2 kilometers trom the post When the doc' and
1 paid our call last week, the people were a little bit
afraid But by going house-to house, passing out soap, vvt
gradually won them over. Doc treated over 200 people in a
little over an hour For some, it was the first time thi
ever had any kind of medical treatment.
"The pay-off came on the night of 18-19 January The
Viet Cong attacked the village with two companies Some
Of the villagers warned our security squad two hours be-
fore the VC hit the village. Our squad withdrew from the
village in time.
The really significant factor was that the villagers
did not tell the VC that our squad had withdrawn or
which way they had gone. As a result, the two VC com-
panies started a fire fight among themselves when they
hit the village from two different directions Just to add
to the confusion, our squad outside the village called m
artillery and mortar fire on the VC. The box score at the
end of the action read: VC casualties 25 killed. Is
vounded: our casualties none.
The fighting in the village resulted in the loss ol
livestock and the burning of rice belonging to the vil-
lagers. This morning we took in enough rice to : ilao
that lost and some for the poorer families. The district
chief paid the people who lost their livestock Fortui atetj
only four villagers were wounded by VC grenade- The*
were treated by our medics.
"We now own another village and it all started wit*
i few bars of soap and some pills made in America
(apt. l.inver
He mentioned Dr. Rosner and Mrs. Schwartz
and said I cant thank these people enough or be I
explain the contribution they have made
Between Yov and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Jerusalem Where?
THE FACT that President Johnson has,
not seen fit to mention in his speech
in Independence. Mo. that Jerusalem isI
the city where the Truman Center for]
the advancement of Peace will be estab-l
lished is still the subject of talk among
many Jews throughout the country.
And it will probably remain so for a
long time to come Jewish leaders are:
simply puzzled
On the one hand, the President acknowledged the hi-
toric event of dedicating such a noble institution to Mr
Truman by personally flying to attend the ceremony II
the Truman Library in Indcpencvnce. On the other, how-
ever, he failed in his seven page address at the ceremon)
to indicate even with a single word that the institution
will be located in Israel What a let down*
Could it be that he did not want to antagoni*
Arabs'.' Even so he could have mentioned the city ol '>'
rusalem, without specifying Israel. A part of Jerusalem is
alter all. held also by Jordan, although not the part where
the Hebrew University the site of the Truman Peace < ter is situated. And what offense would it be to Me
Arabs If President Johnson would have pointed OUl that
Jerusalem means in English translation "The City '
Peace" and has always meant so to people of all nati"
for hundreds of years Thus, it is only natural thai a cen-
ter to promote world peace, when established in our
troubled time, should be located in that city.
In editing his speech, the President was obviously
prepared to make omissions or insertions in its texl at the
last minute. This was hinted by one of his aides in the
White House who explained that the text of the speecH
would not be issued in advance of its delivery. The high
official, who is well qualified to know the President !
moves, clearly stated that much of the contents of the
speech would depend upon the President's mood in Indtv
pendence and on the atmosphere there. %
Could it be that there was something in the at mo-
phere of the gathering that prompted the President '"
avoid mentioning Jerusalem'


t nday. March ^5. 1966
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Dr. Kissinger to Appear at Temple Israel
Town Hall Forum Here Tuesday Evening
DR. HtUdi KISSINGIR
Dr. Henry A. Kissinger, noted
political analyst, will spook at tliv
Temple Israel Down Hall Forum
ni-xi Tuesday night at 8:30 p.m.
Kissinger will discuss "Foreign
Policy in a Nuclear Age."
Dr. Kissinger is well-known to
millions of Americans. He ha..
been interviewed on "Face the
Nation" and other leading tele-
vision and radio discussion pro-
grams. His articles have appear-
ts Qualifies To Succeed Self
Hep. Kenneth Myers has
I for reelection to his
5 House seat, a county-wide
vc post
Miami atlorney. who led to
several major bilk during
legislative session, incllld-
Uniform Commercial Code
horida, said that during the
Hanoi on "Florida will lace
of the most crucial problems
i history."
)or antiquated State Consti-
i, which has not seen maj-
[revision since 1885, is badly
need of mooerniiation,"
ers declared, adding that
|ir study certainly must be re-
to relieve the burden of
mer taxes. Top priority
j l be placed on improving
expanding our educational
^tem. Health and welfare pro-
ms must be improved to
et the needs of a population
(iich will double its present size
the year 2000.
i ause >l the v asl expansion
i ban population dui
i decades, pressing re-
il industi y, highv a>
i tation a n have to be met Complex ur-
problems, such as control ol
and water pollution ami con-
\\ ition ol natural resources will
and our attention as never be-
|e in history." Myers asserted.
'Because of these things, ex-
pense and teamwork in the
pse will be vital to the interests
Dade County." Myers said,
kid I am confident that my ix-
rience as member of the Legis-
lire will enable me to best cope
jh these important issues."
onsidered by his colleagues "as
of the most capable young
\\< in the House during the 10ti5
iion." Myers steered to passage
jeral major improvements in
s .11, > mental health laws,
I ided Ihe formation ol a
l' | artn enl ol VI< ntal Health,
k'l he ntal in the
i "n.ner-
e revision and
i I Fli i a's
iclions
His supporters say "he also
wrote and steered to passage
several major improvements in
the state's pension system. My-
ers was a strong supporter of
conservation measures aimed at
eliminating the pollution of Flor-
ida's rivers and streams, and he
was an active participant in the
reapportionment battles waged
during the session."
Myers is a member of the state
board ol directors of the Florida
Mental Health Society, a member
of the board of directors ol the
Dade County Child Guidance Clin-
ks, and a member of the Agency
Operations Committee of the
United Fund. He has served as a
member ol the City of Miami Pen
sion Board and as a trustee of the
city's Pension Fund.
Beth David
Lawyers Meet
Stanlej C. Myers chairms
lawyers' luncheons at Beth David
Congregation, announced that lh<
next gathering will be Mondaj
the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
James W. Matthews. Assistant
United States District Attorney.
will be guest speaker on "Civil
I'.ights from the Legal Viewpoint.
Kabbi Sol Landau, spiritual
leader of Beth David, will speak
on the same subject from the bib
heal viewpoint.
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Former consultant to the Na-
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national Affairs; and executive di-
rector. Harvard International Se-
minar.
Born in Germany in 1923. Kis-
singoj- was brought to the United
States in 1938 and received his
AB, MA. and PhD degrees from
Harvard. His academic honors
have included Phi Beta Kappa.
Harvard National Scholarship.
Harvard Fellowship, and a Rocke-
feller Foundation Fellowship for
Political Theory.
During World War II. he was a
member of the U.S. Counter-Intel-
ligence Corps, and from 1946 un-
til 195B he held the rank of cap
tain in the Military Intelligence
R< serve,
His book, "Nuclear Weapons
and Foreign Policy," was the
outgrowth of his work as study
director with a group of experts
organized by the Council on For-
eign Relations. This book won
for Dr. Kissinger the 1958 Wood-
row Wilson Prize for the best
book in the fields of government,
politics and international affairs.
as well as a citation by the Over-
seas Press Club.
He is also the author of "A
World Reslored: The Politics of
j Conservatism in a Revolutionary
Age." as well as of his recent ap- !
praisal of the Atlantic Alliance.
"The Troubled Partnership
Chairmen of the Forum Com-
mittee tor Temple Israel are Mr.
and Mrs. Myron M. Behrman.
The current series will close Apr.
3 with the appearance here of
.'ohn K. Galbraith. former Ambas-
sador to India and advisor to
President Kennedy.
Gurion Branch
Meets Wednesday
Ben-Gurion Branch of rarba d
will hold its next month!- met il
on Wednesday. Mar. 2, 8:15 t
at Miami Beach Federal Audit
ium. 755 Washington Ace
Manuel Burstein. president
conduct the business session sdu i
tiled to include activity repoi
Bernard Furiiian is in Charge Hi
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4iami, Florida, Friday, February 25, 1966
Section 5
Headliners to Hear Appeal Chief
Richard E. Litt (left) and Mrs. Daniel Neal Heller have
. named co-chaiimen of ihe Spring Ball which will be
by the Young Women's Division of the Combined Jew-
opeal on Mar. 12 at Westview Country Club.
CJA Women Slating
Spring Ball Mar. 12
. for the second annual din-
lance of the Young Women's
Division of the Combined Jewish
. were announced Wedne-
, Mrs. Howard J. Trinz.
I
Spring Ball, scheduled for
aj night, Mar, 12. at the
\ Country Club, will be
- year's featured event of the
Women's Division, with
its most active members ac
appointments as co-chth-
Daniel Heller and Mrs.
E. Litl will serve as co-
lairmen ol the program, which
- ;i cocktail reception at
m and a dinner at 8:110
> m imum (lunation of 50 to
i i A through the Young Worn-
s Division, is the standard for
Imission to the $15-a-couple black
optional function, Mrs. Trinz
ointed out.
Fiftj <>ne of Greater Miami's
i young women ha\e ac
silions on the Ball Com-
mittee. They include the Mes-
dames Seymour Alterman. Nor-
man Arkin. Stanley Arkin, Howard
Ayares, William Baros. Jr., Adolph
Berger, Samuel Berkowltz, Wil-
liam Binder. Larry Blasberg. Mrs
Philip Bloom. Mrs. Edward Blum.
Richard Brickman, Stephen ear-
ner, Edward Eisenberg, Morton
Pellman.
Also, Martin Pine, Ronald Fine.
Richard Pink, Daniel Franco Mel-
mii Prumkes, Stanley Gilbert, Er-
nest Halpryn, Marshall Harris,
Jack Hartley, Murray Koretsky,
Michael Kramer, Lynn Krinzman,
Morn- Levitt. Sam Luby, Jr., Rob-
ert MagOOn, Albert Morrison Jr.,
Norton Pallot. Charles Rosenberg,
Ira Kothfield. Arthur Rudolph,
Marshall Ruff.
Also. Howard Scharlin. Sylvan
Schotz, Gerald Schwartz. Jon Ser-
bin, Jr., Robert Shapiro. .1. Allen
Stegel, Louis Silberman, Benedict
Silverman. Myron Singer, Hairy
Smith. Richard Stone. Robert Suss-
man. Harold Unger, Henry Weiss
and Frederic Wise.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman
of the Campaign Cabinet of the
Combined Jewish Appeal, will he
guest speaker at the annual tea of
the Headliner's Division of the
Women's Division on Thursday.
Mar. .1, at the home of Mrs. Irv-
ing Cypen, .'520 W. DiLido Drive.
Miami Beach.
The 1 p.m. tea is open to women
making a minimum gift of S52.
"reaching for $66." according to
Mrs. Sol Goldstein, chairman of
the Headliner's Division.
Dr. I.ehrman. rabbi of Temple
Emanu El, served as campaign
chairman for the successful CJA
drives in 1964 and 1965 One of the
nation's best known speakers and
rabbis, he has been a frequent vis-
itor to Israel and other foreign
countries, where life-saving activ-
ities of the agencies supported by
the CJA are being accelerated this
j ear.
Mrs. .lean Lehman, general chair.
man Of the Women's Division.
this year hopes to increase the giv-
ing of Greater Miami women by
more than 20 per cent necessary
to achieve the campaign goal of
SI.566.66.
The results of our Ini-
tial Gifts luncheon last .week, fea-
turing Fashionplate '66 and the
introduction of the Benefai
Division, indicate thai the wi
ol our community are doing their
share in maintaining and exceed'
ing the necessary 20 per cent in-
crease figure,"' Mrs. Lehrman ex-
plained.
Mrs. Cypen. an active leader in
innumerable comunal religious ac-
tivities, has been in the forefron-.
Of CJA women's activities for many
years.
Newshens Planning Luncheon
Marcia Ersoff. former Miami
Herald writer, and wife of Attor-
ney Stanley Ersoff. 17 Bay Heights
Dr.. is speaker's chairman for the
Theta Sigma Phi annual Date with
the Press luncheon Mar. 12 at
Miami Springs Villas.
Virginia Graham, blonde mod-
erator of the television show.
"Girl Talk." will be speaker at the
luncheon, according to Joy Reese
Shaw, luncheon chairman of the
women in journalist fraternity's
annual event to raise scholarship
funds.
>
Sweet Sixteen luncheon for
pretty Maria Steinberg hosted by
arentS, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
St' inberg, 1840 NE 186th St last
Saturday Amid festive pink
table decorations and flowers,
than 25 of the sub-deb's
friends and classmates from Nor-
Hid High joined to celebrate the
si in in the Cafe Francais at
ir II'.use South Bit nd-
i th the di cor. Maria chose a
knit suit lor the t< stive af-
on A 10th grader Noi
and High and a member ol the
\ I Club, Maria Will W Bit
lor summer vacation time to en-
ne ol her birthday gifts
a trip to Mexico.
David ami Carolyn Hess enter-
taining friends at a cocktail and
dinnei partj in their homo on
Saturday evening Honored
-mests to include Mine. Mana-Zuc-
ca, composer and pianist, and
husband Irwin Cassel, Ernest Sil-
verman, Communist Concert As
sociation prexy, Eugene and
Pearl DuBois, Helen and Irwin
Kranti, visitors trom New York
City wintering at their Indian
Creek Dr. apartment Also
Helene Wolff, Claire and Abe
Katz, Carolyn's parents .
Houseguesting with his parents,
Fanny and Louis Tokayer, is Rab-
in Marvin Tokayer, of the Hill-
crest Jewish Center in Flushing,
N V .
Prominent Sky Lake Syna-
gogue congregants, Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Laufer leaving tor New
SABEL GROVE
York on Friday ... On Mar. 7.
they'll sail for Israel to attend a
Bar Mitzvah in the family
* *
Although they were expecting
a few friends "to drop in" on Sun-
day evening. Roberta and Nor-
man Lieberman were completely
unprepared for the 50 guests who
turned up at their home. 17450
NE 1st Ave., each laden with
hors d'oeuvres and other edibles
. Sin prise planned to celebrati
the birth on Valentine's Day. F< b,
14. ol Shira .lanine. the couple's
first child Also enjoying the
party were first-time grandpar-
ents. Mr. and Mis Milton l.ieliei
man, Miami, and Mr. and Mrs
Nathan Halpern, Georgia New
parents both teachers in Dade
County.
Valentine Day treat lor 35 res-
idents of Douglas Gardens, Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, was a vis-
it to the Cinema Theater on
Washington Ave.. hosted by own-
ers Mr. and Mrs. Leon Schac-
ter.
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Orchestra leader Sammy Spear,
noted for the multi-colored jack-
ets he sports when directing the
music for the Jackie Gleason
show, will perform the same
chores for the Gleason dinner to
be sponsored by National B'nai
B'rith at the Fontainebleau Hotel
. The event on Mar. 13 is ex-
pected to attract luminaries from
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irom mi a mi's mast unique' shop ...
vvramiv nvvklavvs in vivid coloral
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Like Joseph's coat of many colors Israel sends us beads in
many colors! Round, square and tubular shapes, kiln-fired, glazed,
then strung together on chains. Have them in a mixture of colors,
or all in one color for bright accents! Opera length, $4
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Friday. February 25, 1966
*Jewish Ihrid linn
ORT Day Named
In South Florida
By Local Mayors
Continued from Preceding Page
Mrs. Arthur Rose is co-chairman
for the evening.
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North Miami Chapter will meet
Si Mary's Italian Restaurant. 13914
NW 7th Ave., Thursday. Mar. 3,
8 p.m., for dinner. Chapter past
residents will be honored, OUT
glides will be shown and the chap-
ter drama group will present edu
citional songs. Mrs. Harvey Baxter
- membership vice president.
Si a
Ocean Harbor Chapter will meet
in lunch Thursday, Mar. 10. in the
Harbor House South Restaurant.
H30 a.m. ORT slides will be
shown. Mrs. Henry L. Salb is mem-
bership vice president.
a
South Miami Chapter is having
,. luncheon and fashion show pre-
senting clothes by Mr. G.. on Tues-
day, Mar. 8. noon, at the home of
Mrs Byron Cherkas. 7480 SW
132nd St. Mrs. Florence Kuppcr-
man will be guest speaker.

Southwest Chapter is having a
member-bring-a-membcr" collec !
Wednesday, 8:15 p.m., at the home '
I Mrs. Emanuel Palgon, 9460 SW
54th St. Mrs. Herbert .lacobson w ill
be guest speaker. A program will
w presented by the Gayle Carson
Modeling Studio Mrs. Chuck Bot-
will is membership vice president.
4 ft >
Treasure Isle Chapter has sched-
iled its ORT Day affair for Wed-
nesday, 1 p.m., at the Treasure
House. Mrs. Joseph Wilkes, region
past president, is guest speaker.
Mrs. Bert Berend is membership
rice president.
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Fitness Course
Set for Ladies
A special physical fitness course
for ladies will be launched at the
" .imi Beach Branch of the YM
1 W1IA. 1536 Bav Rd.
The sessions will be supervised
>> Miss Kay Perper. of Miami
beach, who is well-known in the
Id of physical fitness and mod-
i n dance.
The classes will be devoted to
i, stretching and breathing ex-
es, isometrics, easy-to-do re-
tation exercises for waistline
I hips, and modern ballet techni-
cs
Miss Perper studied ballet at
the Metropolitan Opera Ballet
- hool in New York and is a
graduate of the Yestofl-Serova
~" hool of Dance.
This Physical Fitness Program
r women will be held on Mon-
lay mornings from 10 to 11:30
mi Monday from 8 to 9:30 p.m.
B It sure is!
That's why Carmel |EOaa
is America's largest i "JW
Belling import ,
from Israel.
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WINES & LIQUORS
, Impoiltd by
Co.m.l w,o, Co., Inc NT N.Y.
NCJW Divisions Meet Wednesday
Mayor Chuck Hall gets into the spirit of ORT Day and the
membership campaign of the Southeast Florida Region by
putting a "Join Women's American ORT" license plate on his
famous Rolls. With the Mayor axe these region officers (left to
right) Mrs. William Fishman, expansion vice president; Mrs.
Philip Stark, membership vice president; and Mrs. Florence
Kupperman, president.
Mrs. William I. Brenner, presi-
dent of Greater Miami Section,
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en, announces the following divi-
sion meetings scheduled for Wed-
nesday.
a
Bay Division is planning to meet
at Washington Federal. 71st St.
and Normandy Isle. A 10 a.m.
study group will feature Bayard
Strell. president of Miami Beach
Chapter of United Nations. Noon
luncheon program will feature Mrs.
Manas Hanson speaking on "The
Magnificent Upsurge of Youth."
highlighted by Roland Gitelson's
book. "Behold My Beloved."
President is Mrs. Robert Childs.
Coral Division is slated to meet '
i at Hillel House. 1100 Miller Dr.
Petite luncheon at 11:30 a.m. will
, be followed by guest speaker Rab-
bi Morris A. Kipper, of Temple
Judea, whose topic will be But
| Next Door." President is Mrs.
: Louis Schneiderman.
Indian Creek Division is set to
! meet at the home of program
chairman. Mrs. Jonas J. Brotman,
I 1818-23rd St.. Sunset Island. A des-
I sert luncheon will be served at
inoon, and a program geared to
' the Sabbath and Purini festivities
follows. President is Mrs. Milt* 1
Gross.
Islands Division will meet a) thi
home of Mrs. Irving Cypcn. 320 W .
DiLido Dr., for a noon luncheon. \
panel discussion on the "Empty
Nest" will be held with Mrs. Ed-
win Oppenheim. section vice : re*
dent of administration, as modera-
tor. President is Mrs. Robert Son
erstein.
Lincoln Division is scheduled t t
meet at the Seagull Hotel at 12:"
p.m.. Rabbi Daniel Lowy will p
view "The Rabbi." by Norah Go -
don. President is Miss Elsie Scl
i\abe.
Shores Division noon lunchel
at Westview Country Club will ii
dude a fashion show on "Travel-
ing Council Women", presented b
Patty's Limited Editions. Presi-
dent is Mrs. Larry Hoffman.
Sooth Dade Division has planne
its meeting at the YMHA. 8500 SW
8th St. for 10 a.m. Guest speaker
will Ik- Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, d
rector of Southeast Council and
South Florida Federation of Amei
ican Hebrew Congregations. Pro-
dent is Mrs. Burton Levey.
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Mrs. Pre I & sideni
announces that the K ah Chap-
ter will me< 7'-3
- :n.. at I Federal.
Ponce de I v"'r a hru'f
neeting. .1 games 1 .' will be
.onducted under the chairmanship
: Pr Ceha Diekman.
. Group, Mrs. Fan-
nio Gibson, president, has invited
Lnembers and mends to a Purim
partv on Sunday 8 p.m.. Mar. 6.
at the Bel Aire Hotel Mrs Esther
Wetostetn has btvn elected Punm
Queen. Entertainment will be by
Mandolin Group. ;
will include trad;-..- .. p
h meats.
Group ill have
ing on Wednesda;.
at Wash.: -
Normandy Dr.

Mrs Ida Lift mar., presi
t'lub 2. announces 1 i
will be held on M
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Washington Ave. Tr.< 1
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1545 JEFFERSON AVE., M.B.
ANNUAL CONCERT
SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 27th 8 P.M.
Mrs GoWa Meii at the inaugural dinnw ksi faad ?o-is
^r: the Paalairieblecru H^tel Sundcrv aighl arc *:^"^:"j - v c~ Mrs Ian Pnnroo ^~o:::::v^" --: :he N\-.t.o:..-.; Wcrr.er. s
D isaan ol .sc.\e: n-:-,-s caad Mn Mkfaad 5 Camay wife ol
tsraeis pnnnannnt inpnulatit1 to :hr l':-.:ted Nci.o-s Mrs
Coatay waa cue*: ol ~o::o: art tr:e :u:-.-hec:: naugurating the
:S*S -:^:"v\-:c" of the hkroonai Women's Diviaioa m which
Miss Abramowitz
In Youth Confab
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CANTOR SAUL BREEH, Lyric Terc-
JOYCE FARBER, Coloratura Soprano
FRED GOLD, Classic Mandolinist
COUNCILMAN LOUIS HOKRMAN. M.C.
SALLY KAYE NATA UTAL. Accompanist*
TICKETS $2.00-Available at Temple OH
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Hfmophi.'ia Lunch on Beach
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A HEARTY WELCOME
TO
MR. SAM HERSHftUWHZ
Distinguished Member Of
THE PRAE*!D!UM OF YESHfYA
TORAH VODAATH AND MESIVTA
AND TO HIS BELOVED WIFE
Ml Sam Harshkeiwift ^ k-c>n na to*a' for his ea:r
ship in T'ah Eauci'ion m tt Unixi S'a*-s t-~ -
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Dmnef H*--i^ 1 at aha Div>^- Hoi*i ^e*e n
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We Wish The- *n En-evab'e *"4 ***^u! Vj.-J'c-
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MIAMI BEACH SR HK>H SCHOOL
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Page 5-3
ng final plans icr the annual City of Hope banquet Mar.
lie Decuville Ho:el are ihese Miami 3each City cf Hope
-ter members on the Steering Committee. Leit to right are
.ards, 8204 Harding Ave.: Mrs. Max Amho-
'734 Byron Ave.; Mrs. Cy Plasky, "535 Cutlass Ave.,
president of the chapter: end M:s. Bernard
" : botl Ave., immi lictt president. On the
:: r-,' :'-. .,':.". | : 9124 Ccrr'.vle
'' Kantor, 1125 Marseilles Dr.; and Mrs. Jack
Creepi Blvd. The banquet this veer honors
ey Richcid Gerstein. R.. G. Venn is banquet
.:. Paskow state c" xirn an Funds raised
to establish the Richard Ge..- sin Research Fei-
sty of Hope.
*
ISRAEL
CAVALCADE
OF STARS
1966
riWi'fc ... ow
Continued from Page 1-B
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sci radio and TV .
ell >ifSOn, president Of
to*. .5 chairing the evening,
Burnett Roth offering an as-
Eisenberg recovering so
!y at Cedars of Lebanon
! probably be per-
U> go home this weekend
.at -hould give him a chance
oup >ugh to take that
x in March with wtie
the Shalom .
75th birthday, the
: Rachel Kat' an
tilling a longtime
- ')\ presenting a
Beth Tfilah Con-
. The traditional ded-
j on Sunday at-
attended by many
i rs Mizrachi Women
:ANTOR-TEACHER
'i ng Mon very pleasant lyric
101 *x::llent Bar Mitivah
i -icher Seeks position with
irvalive congregation. Small
^-5-1173 or 373-4697
Htltt to CANTOR SHR'BER
'-.: SEYB01D 810G., MIAMI, FIA.
WANTED
-EBREW DICTIONARY
Bei T.-nuda 01 Coor, Also
MC'EH NEVOHAY HAZMAN
ay Krochmal
' -< ive. (Apt. 61 532-4695
kei
lit.
L. P. N.
oned capable care of elderly
J, an:jj,alary, will cook, shop
>ouse no heavy cleaning. Will
cwn pmw). $150 mo., steady.
'< V.'>e, 200 Nt 47th St.
Miami,, fta. 33137
ow
wishing to share the happiness of
the occasion.
First Nighters at the Coconut
Grove Playhou>e plan to give
"Goodbye Ghost"' a champagne'
send-off on Tuesday evening
The Zev Uufmans will host a
gala reception in the Art Gallery
to benefit Variety Children's Hos-
pital, so theater-goers will have
a chance t,> sip the bubbly and
meet petite movie favorite. Miss ,
June Ally son. star of the show .
Congressman Claude Pepper,
who can turn a genteel phrase,
will grei' ..
Kill;!:.m last year received a
Distinguished Service Award
from trustees of Variety Chil-
dren's Hospital.
Eager to see how a real-life
counterpart 01 Amos Burke, chief
of detectives, accepts h< nors
hi aped on him, Gene Barrj
known for the lead in TV's
Burke's l-av., as well as for his
part as the legendary Bat Mater-
son, "crashed' the dinner at the
Pontainebleau which saw Mian i
Beach Constable Leonard 0.
Weinstein receiving Ohev Sha-
lom's "Man of the Year" award
Here's a brotherhood bit: Ste-
phen Cheng, the Chinese actor
who plays one of the leads {as a
Japanese) in A Majority of one"
at the Roosevelt Playhouse, sin is
Jewish sou,.-, as part of his per
fonnance And where does he
dine'.' At nearby Omar's Tent
on Arthur Godfrey Kd a restau
rant specializing in Syrian and
Lebanese food and owned bj Bob
Ilanna.
Assistant Bookkeeper
Typist
'or Jewish organization in
"vstchesrer area. 5-Day work
-eek. Year-round position.
Wrifce resume to:
P-O.B. 45-159,
Wami, Fla. 33145
RABBI
domed College Graduate
-rsily dejrees. Experienced in
' iecf, ftimcal activities is interested
o chali-nginj pulpit. Write:
'!! co *>* 2973, Miami, Ha.
High Proclaims
Doral Open Week
From Mar. 7 to 10
Miami Mayor Robert Kins High
has proclaimed the week Of Mar 7
10 10 as "Doral Open Week in Mi-
: ami.''
The $100,000 golfinj evi nl will
attract top professional golfers in
the 72-hote championship
Mayor High, lauding the tourna
ment. declared:
"This fine event draws thousands
of visitors, as well as national cov-
erage bj .-ports writers and televi-
sion. The Doral adds strength to
Miami's claim as Winter Sports
Capital
The Doral Open also has a
Jackie Gleason Pro-Celebrity mm
| petition In conjunction with the
event.
Presenting for one performance only the greatest artists of Israe
HANNA
AHRONI
International recording star from Israel,
hailed by ctifics in Lcndon, Paris, Rome,
Moscow, Tolcyo and Athens on her recent
concert tour as Israel's greatest singer.
RON
ELIRAN
Dynamic Sabra folk singer, guitarist and
satirist top on Israel's Hit Parade.
JUKI ARKIN
and
HELENE PARKER
Famed Israeli pantomime artists, direct from Broad-
way shows "No Strings" and "Milk and Honey".
THE DAHL'A DANCERS
Exciting Dance Troup
*GUEST APPEARANCE by a famous BROADWAY AND HOLLYWOOD STAR
Music by IRVING PIETRACK
and his Orchestra
Produced and Directed by
SHMUEL FERSHKO
An exciting array of Israeli Talent in one Performance only in Greater Miami
MIAMI BEACH
AUDITORIUM
This Saturday, Feb. 26th 8:00 P. 31.
TICKETS
ON SALE
AT:
-.- MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM TICKET OFFICE
1700 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
:- SHERMANS TICKET AGENCY
1655 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
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Friday. February 25. 1966
.,. ^Atbc11r f coplc and ji laces ...
WHICH WAS WHICH?
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I nodels run-
..-, mding suits betas
Mrs ". hen
. :. > nexl lo Mrs K H Kb
' ra Farr thai her hust d lo
: Myra's husband. Aaron Shi
always took i
the car just cast
\. can iai rj a piano aloe
Vise the ble were Mrs Mar;
v .. .. Lefcoun Mrs Philip W i
sea Mrs Ka| an. Mrs. Richard F
. yellow straw bonnet with her
tile Mrs. 1 -hat
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lea arens M Sti
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x tin i M Wil
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tiaai
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: i irage I use deep soil black car
^ throughout the apartment The color
with gold and black predominating, is
U simplicity Florence and Meyer
x n and Uu William Rafl sal on the rust-
-. admiring the coral chair,
whil ator Bob Rubi surveyed his
lion.
Sybil and Mas weito si \i on the littli
with the l.-.li Uarlene lamp ovi the
..' view, thtakii stalgically ol the
1 j-l Time They Saw Pans Richard helped his
. ...e "- ;reet sue-:- u horn were An.
Edith and M >nroe Zipp.
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;,. floor is uncovered and tea-
tun aial. shiny I lack jewel lik -.
;:--....- bad Installed so the; cs
Vnd i Bsseni sore can dance
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Fwentj at a Mew Vt ar's
announced th
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ater. i party in th
Ruth.
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eater, was tl
sweel I thw
i. fi .A guests were Di
Mrs Mrs. J
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.....S toldsteu
Frances Lehman
Arlene Kaplan at festivities accompanying the opening ol
king Chair Theatre. 1170 Kane Concourse. Bay Ho
Island 'The inagural on Thursday night, Feb. 17. feature
rrerr.iere performance of "Judith," starring Sophia Loren. 5
2 ;;; pei rere turned away over the theatre's Sc:
and Sunday inaugural nights, Arlene is the daughter o!
Mrs Herbert Kaplan. Mr. Kaplan is vice president
Rocking Chail Theatre
Despite Illness, Show Goes On
Torah to Beth Tfilah Will Honor Mrs. Rachel Katz
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S [bet 75th
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JWV Prexy in Coprfof
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Pennsylvania Aw and
proceed to the iynagogu u". t\a
uclid Ave
"Gn ing .. Si tei T tea fa-
vorite srnagogui has been
one ot mother's bean Kev. ,ia-
CiA P Ka:: her ton declared.
art happy
Ba*
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burs. N Y. Mr and Mrs Joseph
Greenbers:. Re\ and Mrs Jacob
P Katz. Miami Be...
Tile honorec is the widow of the
lak Rabht Meyer Kati active m
the community for over 12 years.
! :o the*r am\al here m l!*4<5.
Rabbi and Mr- Katz lived in Mon-
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Sunday evening at the Lniversity
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Friday, February 25, 19B6
Mrs. Shevach Chairs Roll Call Drive
For Fla. Nurses Assn. on Miami Beach
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This is Florida Nurses Associa-
,,ii lioll Call Month as proclaimed
v Gov. Hayden Burns. Chairman
I Koll Call drive in Miami Beach
,s Mrs. Helen R. Shevach. R.N.
During Roll Call Month, local
tirMJ are working to contact ml
, rospecttvt members in the dis-
rict to tell them about the asso-
ciation and its objectives.
Others working with Mrs. She-
vacfa are Col. Alice M. Gritsavage.
K Y. VS. Army Nurse Corps (Ret.),
I 701-90th St.. Surfside. assistant
chief nurse, Veterans Hospital;
Mrs Okel Welsh. Uiumi, A.N.,pri-
vate duty nurse, member of FNA;
Mrs. Ade'le M. Rosen. Coral Gables,
chairman, private duty nurse sec-
Uon of District 28.
Mrs. Shevach, a former public
in Miami Beach after a lapse of
20 years.
A Miami Beach resident since
1940. Mrs. Shevach, wife of the
late Dr. Randolph Shevach. is a
graduate of the University of Mi-
ami, where she was tapped for Tnu
Theta Sigma, national nursing hon-
orary society, and Psi Chi, nation-
al psychology honorary society.
Mrs. Shevach keeps physically
fit on the tennis court. Her daugh-
ter, Eileen, k a staff member of
the Medical Record Room at Mount
Sinai Hospital. Her son. Dr. Allen
Bioatw fihevach. and his wife,
Elizabeth, live in Bayside, N.Y..
where he is an interne at the Long
Island Jewish Hospital.
Meir Chapter
Business Session
Mrs. Abraham Seltzer, president
of Golda Meir Chapter, con-
ducted a business meeting on Wed-
nesday evening at Washington Fed-
eral Building. 1234 Washington
Ave.
Cultural p r o r a m celebrated
Jewish Music .Month. Mrs. Sonia
Kandall. a member of the club,
discussed Jewish music. Mrs
Frances Packer, well-known enter-
tainer, offered a program of
Jewish songs.
Temple Emanu-El's Sisterhood Anniversary
Committee meets at the home of Mrs. Sol Gold-
stein to outline plans for Sisterhood's anniver-
sary luncheon Mar. 16 at the Eden Roc Hotel.
Feature of the luncheon will be a unique pag-
eant written and directed by Trixie Levin and
entitled "Treasurers of the Jewish Heritage."
Left to right (seated) are Mrs. Herbert S. Sha-
piro, Sisterhood president; Mrs. Bernard C
Kaplan, chairman; Mrs. Jacob Katzman, vice
president. Standing are Mis. Max Dinismar.
vice president; Mrs. Goldstein, past president
Mis. Jules Channing; Mrs. Isadore Lorber
Mrs. Jacob Glassman, vice president; Mrs-. S:
mon E. Rubin; and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, hor
orary vice president.
MRS. MIEN R. SHEVACH
nurse with the Dade Coun-
i Health Department, said that
i irpose of the Florida Nurses
'.--'M.itinii is to provide a proles
organization that will work
stcr high standards of nursing
i' and to improve the eco-
security of registered nun-
in end that all citizens and
lo Florida may have the
. care. '
Iher purpose of FNA is to
aj e : oung pi opli lo <
i -- on ol nui sin] so '
tit al shorla [e ol w
a can be r< lie\ ed. c'
ership numbers m ri
: 'Iida's Profi iona : -
Nui ses.
\- in added impetus to G n
proclamation, Mayoi :
i It lias proclaimed
of February as Flori a
Nurse* Association Koll Call Monti,
n Miami Beach.
\ a recent annual convention
"' FNA held in Hollywood.
to Miami Beach nurses of Dis-
trict J8 were presented with the
amp-Lighter Award accorded
those nurses who have been
iers oi and served in the
Nurse Association for 25
sears ,- more. Recipients were
,|r- Shevach, private duty nurse
Ml Sinai Hospital, and Miss
' oUin, Miami Beach, head
at Miami Heart Institute.
s evacbj Mrs. Rosen and
ivage. are graduates of
N1,l-s < ounty Hospital, in Brook.
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Friday, Febxucry 2; .966
J-raneea We
the
Women
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Barbara Pallot. now Mrs. Howard Katzen. was born
here in Miami Beach, a member of the big Pallot clan. Her
mother and father are Gertrude and Louis Pallot. long-time
pioneers. Barbara was cute, sensible and conscientious ^
from the very beginning. She attended North Beach and
Miami High, went to the University of Alabama, where she
majored in elementary education, and came back to the
University of Miami to graduate.
Barbara and Howard were
_^tfflM^- childhood sweethearts. They met
----------------- when she was sweet sixteen, and
it has been sweet for them "ever
since They exchanged vows, and
both finished college later as young
marrieds In fact. Barbara was al-
ready an expectant mother under
her cap and gown. When Lynn
who is nine now. was born, they
moved to South Miami in a house
with room enough for Bruce and
David, who came along later, and
the Katzen dog Skippy.
Barbara's first interest is in
her household. She is so well or-
ganized, that she can toss off her
extra-curricular activities in the
realm of community sen ice with the greatest of
ea ization. Greater Miami Alpha Epsilon Phi. as she was in
college vhe was president of the alum group for two years.
5h< is active in the Suburban League for Variety Chil-
dren's Hospital, serving as chairman and on committees, as
well as working as a volunteer, with the young patients at
the hospital Barbara is also vice president of the Young
Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Pres-
ently, she is co-chairman of the Young Women's No Min-
imum Luncheon.
In addition. Barbara has gone through the bowling bit.
winning some trophies, so she won't forgret. but now she is
taking oil-painting lessons When they first moved into their
house. Barbara put in all the landscaping, with Howard
standing by to dig holes. The landscaping is flourishing to-
day, and Barbara keeps it so. Right now. she has six of
the orchids she raises blooming.
She also loves to cook and have company. The family-
have a boat. The Katzenjammer." which enables them to
do things together. They go fishing frequently, take trips
to the Keys for weekends and have a fine time. When they
cruise through the inland waterways, they really appreciate
our town for what it is. No one gets seasick but Skippy.
The sweetness in Barbara s face reflects her kindness,
tact and generosity. The Katzens are very family-conscious,
and Barbara says that Howard "fits in" with her brothers.
Ronald and Norton, in the Norton Tire firm "just like a
third brother ''
BARBARA
Miss Crames
Weds Dr. Litwin
Sandra Crames. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Albert Crames. 833 Me-
dina Ave became the bride of Dr.
Michael M. Litwin on Saturday
evening. Feb. 19. at the Greater
Miami "Y," where a reception fol-
lowed The bridegroom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. Litwin,
3135 SW 19th St.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiat-
ed.
For the nuptials, the bnde chose
a gown of imported peau taffeta
with scoop neckline and bracelet
sleeves. The bodice and slim skirt
were accented with applique*of re-
enAroidered lace, dropped crystals
and seed pearls, and the border of
the full chapel tram was etched
with reembroidered alencon lace
and seed pearls.
The custom-made crown of
matching lace, crystal and seed
pearls, held the fingertip veil of im-
ported French illusion and the
bridal bouquet was a cascade of
white roses, stephanotis and ivy.
Maid of honor was Theresa
1 Deutsch. with Linda Baskind. Su-
san Minor. Sandra Naff, Maxine
Taylor and Mrs. Kenneth Conrad
serving as bridesmaids. Dale Sto-
ker was in charge of the guest
book.
Bridegroom"s best man was Dr.
Fdward Conn, and Paul Crames.
Hal Kaye. Jules Lipp. Dr Robert
M Glasser and Philip Levin ush-
ered.
A graduate of Coral Gables High,
the bride attended the University
of Florida where she was a mem-
ber of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority,
New Mrs. Himmel
In Lace Over Silk
The former Olivia Norn
eles selected a gown of i
lace over silk and carried
on a Bible for her marriagi- >,.
Himmel on Feb. 19. The S
evening ceremony, perfoi- j by
Rabbi David Lchrfield. w held
at Kneseth Israel where a ep.
tion followed.
On their return from a >
moon in Puerto Rico, the -wly.
weds will live in Monticei: \ Y.
Daughter of Mr. and M: Max
Gcifeles. 150 20th St.. ne Mrs.
Himmel had Gina Kaplan &.- naid
' of honor Bridesmaids i uded
Frances Greco. Diane Gl -oerg
and Karen Kaiten.
The bridegroom, son of Mr and
Mrs. Sam Himmel of Mo Ho.
was served by Edward Hint u
best man. Roy Weinshenke: rules
Kaiten and Steve Barnes ." ush-
ered.
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MRS. MICHAtl l/TWIN
and now works in the office of the
Miami City Manager.
The bridegroom, a residenl in
surgery at Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital, is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Miami School of Medicine.
On their return from a wedding
trip to San Juan. Puerto Rico. Dr.
Litwin and his bride will live in
Miami.
Soloffs Will Live in Miami
The Deauville Hotel was the site
of the wedding ceremony and re-
ception which followed when Rita
Kario became the bride of Michael
Stwart Soloff on Sunday. Feb. 20.
Rabbi Max Lipschitz officiated
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The bridegroom attended Palm
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THE current fashion controver-
sy over how short or how
ng we women are going to wear
r skirts is one involving no
ear-cut definition, not even
om the Parisian lashion center,
the "Big Three" in fashion.
alenciaga, Chanel, and Dior.
|j Dior has brought the skirt up
iwo or three. inches above the
At the recent French show-
- even the buyers were con
many walking away with
. : t action that "we will let the
mert decide if they want
skirts long or short."
\- every fashion conscious
man knows, the impact of
, designers, including Given-
- clothes, which several lash-
editors described as being
tra young." has a marked in-
e on what is available to
- in our local fashion market
M\le, length of the skirt, the total
s-hion effect are pretty much
aied by these few designers
MRS. Artie Kravitz prefers
the covered up look. In her
mion, having the backs of
res showing is not good groom-
Sally also feels that women
Id wear what is best tor
i u Too many, in her opinion,
to take a good look at them-
- and objectively to decide
-hetlier what they are wearing
really best, or whether they
i made their choice simply
basis of a fashion design-
rr's him.
Mrs Kravitz recommended
at women should look at them-
n-.ves twice in a full-length mir-
iM-forc going out to see if
hat they are wearing fits prop-
! it the style is suited to them.
f.nd if they appear well-dressed.
, preference is for a fine fab-
ric, cut with simplicity, and pro-
rcting the generally covered-up
ok.
Mrs. Richard Litt prefers the
length at the middle ot the
1 e and even occasionally just
fie higher. Regardless of
i either Dior or Balenciaga
hemline, she intends to
hem at the length, it is
DOW.
*
THE shorter skirt, in Mrs. Litt's
opinion, shows too large a
of the leg to be effective,
it also shows the top of the
every
type
WE
M.SRENT
DANCE
FLOORS!
PLATFORMS!
>r STAGES _
t^SpS* fashion:
\\\ I I runways!
.-locking, wiuch is definitely not
effective.
Mrs Jack Daner believes
"little girl dresses belong on
littie girls, that helmets are to
be worn in a situation where a
helmet is required, and that
neither should be considered as '
lashion.
In her opinion, since we in our
social culture wear clothes as an
adornment, they should be select-
ed to adorn; while a skirt in the
center of the thigh is not adorn-
ment. Harmony should be the
key in lashion. That which leels
good is harmonious, and that
which is jarring is not.
Rased upon her travels and
personal experience, in Mrs.
Paner's view. "well styled
clothes which are in good taste
by today s accepted standards
are within the range of 05 per
unt of the women in the western
world. Between television and
the movies, almost all women
;.r< exposed to current fashion.
In addition, most of the design-
er.- are attempting to create dis-
satislaction among women With
their present wardrobes in order
to create a public to buy new
styles.

AS Mrs. Daner sees it. design-
** en study from historical de-
tails on period costumes and
from various sources of art me-
dia. Unusual clothes of the past,
such as extreme decolletage.
were limited to secluded areas
and not worn on the street. Some
of today's designer originals bor-
der on the "freakish" because of
these extremes, and even wom-
en of limited means should be
able to develop enough sense of
fashion discrimination to dis-
tinguish between these and cloth-
ing which is in good taste.
Genets Reveal
Donna's Troth
Mr and Mrs. Irving Genet. 4201
Toledo. Coral Cables, have an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Donna, to Staalcy S. Mi-
ron. The future groom is the son
of Mrs. Frederic E. Miron, 7525
V. Treasure Dr.. formerly of Bur-
lington. N. .1.. and the late Mr.
Miron.
Granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ila.ry Genet. 5101 Lakeview Dr.,
pioneer Jewish community lead-
ers, the bride-elect attended the
Hebrew Academy and is a gradu-
ate of Coral Gables Senior High.
She attended the University of
Florida and earned a BA degree,
cum laude, in history from the Uni-
versity of Miami. She is now
working toward an MA degree.
She is a member of Phi Alpha
Theta and Kappa Delta Pi. schol-
astic honoraries.
Mr. Miron is a graduate of Bor-
dentown Military School, atttr.d
ed Tulane University and earned
a degree at the University of Mi-
ami Currently working for a Mas-
*C! of Arts degree in English, he
served in the Armed Forces for
two >ears and has taught in the
public school system. His fratern-
ity is Tau Epsiion Phi.
The couple will be married on
July 31.
Rabbi Rosenfeld on Radio
Sunday morning will launch a
series t three radio lectures over
Station WGBS by Rabbi David
Rosenfeld. spiritual leader of Flag-
I ler-Granada Jewish Center Rabbi
Rosenfeld's topic. "Guideposts for
Today," will also be heard Mar. 6
and 13. All three programs are
scheduled for 7:30 rxra.
Brotherhood Fete
Held on Beach
Florida Senior Citizens Club 2
and the Lincoln Club of the Emma
Lazarus Jewish Women's Federa-
tion held a Brotherhood meet-
ing on Tuesday. 7:30 p.m.. at
Miami Beach Federal, 755 Wash-
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pr Kahn
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tsMmuMi Flcrid/iton
Friday. February 25, 1966
Rabbi Hirsch to Appear in Two Talks
At Beth Sholom on Beach This Weekend
Rabbi Kichard G. Hirsch. direc-
tor of the Religious Action Center
(i the Union 01 American Hebrew
i ongregBtMs, will speak Satur-
day, 12:30 p.m.. and Sunday. 10:30
a.m., .ii Temple Beth Sholom.
Ral ')i ranch's first speech will
be on The Feumenical Council
A Jewish Appraisal" at an In-
stitute on Judaism for public
school teachers of Miami Beach
and North Miami.
On Sunday, Rabbi Hirsch will
discuss tho AnM-Povorty Pro-
gram at the regular monthly
breakfast of the Brotherhood of
Temple Beth Sholom.
Besides Rabbi Hirsch's present
position, he is secretary of Citi-
zens Crusade Against Poverty,
vice chairman of the National
Civil Liberties clearing House, and
serves on boards of the National
Housing Conference and the Na-
tional Council for Agriculture Life
and I-abor.
He is t':e author of two books
on the application of Judaism to
contemporary social problems.
"There Shall Be No Poor" and
Judaism and Cities in Crisis "
Tickets for Saturday's talk are
available at the Temple through
Mrs. Joseph Pardo, chairman of
the Luncheon Arrangements Com-
mittee. Jack B Shapiro, president
of the Brotherhood, organized
Sunday's function.
KABBI JflCHAtO HIRSCH
Fair Nominated for Naval Academy;
Is Top Student at St. Pete Academy
NtAL I. I ARK
Cadet Neal F. Farr. son of Mr.
and Mrs. William Farr. of 198
Palm Island, has received nomina-
tion from Rep. Dante Fa-cell
tor a I mission to the Juno 2!) class
at the United Stales Naval Aca-
demy at Annapolis.
Farr will graduate from Admiral
Farrfegut Academy in St. Peters-
burg this June after Attending the
**iwol four years. He was an Honor
Roll Student for his entire studies.
Rising as seaman in his irish-
man year, he will graduate as a
lieutenant and student conductor
ol the band.
Farr has been active at Farra-
gut's stamp, coin, chess, glee,
Margarine Wins Full Approval
By Special Report ,
The first margarine ever ap-
proved tor Passover is no avail-
able to Jewish families. It's spe-
cial new Mar-Parv Margarine now
in tooi stores
Approved and produced under
supervision of the Union of Ortho
dox Jewish Congregations o(
America, special new Mar-Parv i-
certified pareve and kosher for
er Manufactured by the
Mart arine Company ol Cin-
ti, it is made with a new
formula of all vegetable, all na
tural, non-grain products.
Miami vice president, J. F.
Whitehurst. explains. "Special new
Mar-Parv contains no milk or ani-
mal fat or any non-acceptable
Passover ingredient. It may be
u-sed lo prepare or to serve at
all Passover meals, but can be
stored in the freezer for us any
time. Highly un-.Unrated and vita-
min-enriched, this tasty all-pur-
pose Margarine should be a boon
to Jewish Passover menus."'
"Years ago. the Miami Marga-
rine Company of Cincinnati rec-
Ognized the need for a Jewish mar-
garine and developed regular Mar-
Parv. the first kosher pareve mar-
garine. And today, Miami has
scored another tirst by perfecting
the first margarine approved for
Passover, special Mar-Parv," ac-
cording lo Elmer Weber. Miami
director of marketing.
and cottilion clubs. He served
as feature editor of the school
newspaper, as well as balallion
editor of the school year book.
He is also a member of Quill &
Scroll, national honorary jour-
nalism society.
He is a member of the mono-
gram club, having earned his let-
ters on the Variety baseball and
l it lo teams.
In the Naval department. Fan
holds the highest achievement
waterfront rating and has repre
sented Farragut in its sailing and
n Btta teams.
Farr is a Boy Scout, member of
De Molay. and represents his
school on the Junior board of di-
rectors of the Gulf Coast Tuber-
culosis and Respiratory Disease
Association.
Locally, he attended the Heb-
rew Academy, and if a member
of Temple Emanu-El and United
Synagogue Youth. His goal is to
serve as a career officer in the
I nileri Slates Navy.
Jordan Marsh
In Promotions
For Macht, Ruben
Jordan Marsh of Florida has an-
nounced that Robert Macht will
become chairman of the board of
the department store, and William
Ruben will succeed him as presi-
dent in line with a series of ex-
ecutive promotions.
Herman Hammer will become
vice president for merchandising
for all Jordan Marsh Florida
stores
Also announced here was the
appointment of Bernard Yaffe
as vice president for all fashion .
departments. The executive
changes are effective Mar. I,
According to Macht. the appoint
ments are as a consequence of a
carefully planned expansion pro-
gram for Jordan Marsh in Florida.
Ruben has been executive vice
president and managing director
for the past year and a half.
Hammer has been senior mer-
chandise associate to Ruben. Yaf-
i fe has been merchandising most
fashion departments.
"The extensive expansion pro-
gram will undoubtedly surpass the
company's substantial growth over
the past ten years." Macht said.
Jordan Marsh currently ope
rates stores in Miami, Ft. l.auder-
dale and Orlando.
MACHT
RUBEN
Recently begun was construc-
tion on a 210,000-sq. ft. store in
the Dadoland Shopping Center
Two floors are being added to
the Ft. Lauderdale store. A new
Jordan Marsh store is planned
in West Palm Beach also.
In addition to his post at Jor-
dan Marsh. Macht is vice presi-
dent and group manager >f Allied
Stores Corp.. parent company <.
Jordan Marsh. He supervises I
Maas Brothers stores on the Flor
ida west coast, as well as Allied
units in Tennessee. Ohio, and Sy-
racuse, V Y.
Ruhen joined .Ionian Mars t>
1058 as sales promotion dl
and moved up Steadily until he
became executive vice pi-
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Grayson Runs
In Surfside Race
Attorney Herman Grayson has
fied a nominating petition for a
seat on the Surfside Town Council.
The councilmanlc election to
seleet three members is scheduled
lor Mar. 15.
Grayson has been active in civic,
social and welfare organizations -
in this area and has just completed
a two-year term as president of
the Surfside Civic Association. He
is a past president of Guys and
Dolls of Surfside, vice president.
general counsel and a member of
the Board of Directors of the Com-
munity Concert Association of
Greater Miami, a member of the
Reserve Officers Association of the
United States, the American Cir-
cus Saints and Sinners Club, a
charter member of the Air Force
Association, committee and out-
door activities chairman of Troop
81. Boy Scouts of America, and
the legal officer of Group 10. Flor-
ida Wing Civil Air Patrol.
The candidate was a vice com-
mander and judge advocate of
American Legion Post No. 85,
Miami Beach, a past president
and board member of the Inter-
American Club of Greater
Miami and a past president and
board member of the Latin
American Club, a subsidiary as-
sociation of the U.S. State De-
partment.
A major in the I'.S. Air Force
Reserve, Grayson was on active
duty from 1942 to 1946 and was re-
called during the Korean emer-
gency.
He is the holder of the Bronze
Star, the French Croix de Guerre,
the Air Medal and the Armed
Forces Reserve Medal.
A graduate of Miami Beach
High School, he received his
Bachelor of Science degree from
the University of Miami in 1942
and his Law degree in 1949.
The 45-year-old candidate and
his wife, Vivian, Hve at 9240 F.mef-
son Ave., and have three sons. An-
drew Scott 11, Jonathan Blair 8.
and Mathew Miles 4.
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f. Im>l*ii fhrfdfan
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& WHA Will Host Meeting of Dade
|niy Day Care Committee This Week
vm and wha of Greater for the American Pharmaceutical
was to host a meeting of Association and will speak on
lay (!arc Committee of the "General Medicine."
County Welfare Planning *
I on '1 hursday noon at 8500 Senior Citizens Luncheon
.SI. The Senior Citizens Cultural
\V. L. rlalttead, chairman. group will feature a Covered Dish
he subject would be "New, luncheon Monday noon in the
pmentsDay Care in Dade Golden Key Room.
I the meeting were to
I ill I union, director of
Welfare, State Department
Mfare; Hazal Adams, district
lor, State Welfare it, Mrs. B.
I ol Washington, I>.: C;
nkclstein, director, Wei-
Planning council; .leanette
[hwartz, director, Early Child-
lDcvelopnv nl for the Greater
r., VM and WHA; Dan Jack-
I -, >r I ade County Retard-
Hiildren's Society; Mrs. Leslie
lord. Cconomk Opportunity
Ellen fucker, St. Alban's
Care Project; Mrs. Judy
JFK Program and Opera-
I n in Dade Count}
Brotherhood Concert
i ctdtural e \ c h a n g e
i concert will be held
r'i b 26, at 8 p.m.
ram uill include choral
s, drama dance, and other
ici 1 interpretations.
articipating are Mrs. Neil Mil-
William S. Johnson, Leroy
h ngton, Sarah Levine. Rita
I, llona Jay. Paul
ne Avery, Syd Skolsky.
rrry Anna Mills. Cherry
er, Harold Tokaycr,
her Pierce, Rev John J,
and
Mrs.
Mills
Rev.
Ne-
Rev. Stephen Szoke, Rabbi
oman Schiff, Rev. S. A. Cousin.
i Betty Lou Barbieri will be Bar-
for the concert.
Pharmacist to Speak
1 Be-kind. former president of
Southeast Florida I'hanna-
Itical Association, will be guest
aker at the Golden A^' Friend
;> ".'ltd) on Sunday. 1:30 p.m.
tostrind is a member of the in-
lations Committee
Children's Porim Costume Party
The Cultural Arts Department
of the YM and WHA is inviting Mi
elementary school a fir and junior
high members of the "Y" to a
Pttrim Costume Party on Satur-'
day. Mar 5. 12:30 p.m.
There will he prize- for eo<-
tumes, entertainment. ;:n(' refresh-
ments.
'Over 28' Club
The "Over 28" Social Sin les
Club will install fieir office rs Sal
urday, Mar 5, at 8 p n Immedi-
ately following the installation.
II.ere will he a cocktail part} (or
the club members.
Later, the group will Bo to the
Purim <'ostume Ball neni held
(hat night.
Israeli Purim Cost-j.ne Ball
An Israeli Purim L'ontume Ball
sponsored l>\ the Men- Chib ol the
YM and WHA will be held Satur-
day. Mar. 5, at SI p.m.
Many prizes v.in be awarded
including a free trip (or (wo
aboard the S.S. Nili to Nassau and
Freeporl.
Miami-Lit man is Cited
Sales of new individual life in-
surance by the Miami Litman
agency of the Massachusetts Mu-
tual Life Insurance Co. during
January amounted to S3.657.90U
and ranked the local agency eighth
among the company's 119 general
agencies lor the month in produc-
tion of individual life insurance
Headed by Bernard Litman, (II ,
general agent, the agency if lo-
cated at KH) Biscayne Blvd. and
has been in business in Miami
since 1958.
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NEJrVUST PEPSI PLAWJ IN THE WORLD WILL BE DEDICATED HERE SATUgOAY-AT 7777 NW 41st ST.
Iflfra-Modern Pepsi-Cola Bottling Plant
Opens WWi Stellar Dedication Program
Joan Cra-"! id Sleele. Academy
Award Mi lion p cture ftar an I
member ol Ih I oa d ol Dir rtors,
pi Cola Company, \\ ill join Don-
ald M. Kendall, prcMdent and chid
pxeci't'.i ol: icer, Pi ; I 'o, Inc.,
and Ja lies !'. Somei ail, pr'.aid nl
and chief executive officer, Pepsi
Cola Company, in heading an out-
standinc an aj ol \ isiti rs wh i w II
be in Mia atun ay for dedi-
cation ceremonies ol the new
Pepsi-Cola Bottlers of Miami, Inc.
plant Ideal,'(I at 7777 NW 41st St.
The ultra-modern Pepsi-Cola fa-
cility will be officially dedicated at
10:30 a.m., Herbert <". Paiae. vice
president and general manager of
the facility, said.
In addition to Paige, on hand
will be Nathan Darsky, chairman
of the board of American Bever-
age Company, and Julius Darsky.
pre-ident and chief executive offi-
cer of the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Com-
pany, of Miami. Inc.
Fol'owing dedicatory ceremon-
ies, the plant will be open for in-
spection by the public. Free
Pepsi and Frito-Lay chips, gift
premiums, prizes of picnic cool-
ers and transistor radios, a tour
of the high speed soft drink bott-
ling line and a live, direct-from-
the-plant radio show featurirr)
popular racMo personality Jim
Harper, as well as TV's "Skipper
Chuck," are included in the high-
lights taking place at the public
open house, and everyone is in-
vited.
The new facility features ultra
modern, industrial construction
and provide 165.000 sq. ft. of space
under roof. It houses two bottling
lines, a can line, general offices,
warehouse space, an unusual obser
vation deck, laboratories, repair
shops, as well as syrup and water
treatment room.-.
The Rotunda, a unique, circular
building adjoining the main bott-
ling plant, is 72 feet in diameter
and straddles the main entry road
to the plant Supported by four con-
crete pillars, the structure features
two ultra-modern staircases which
lead to the second floor meeting
room which accommodate* 250
people. It also features air-condi-
tioning, rest rooms and movie fa-
cilities. Located close to the Miami
International Airport traffic pat-
tern, the circular rtructure resem-
bles a giant Pepsi bottle cap from
the air.
The new plant occupies eight of
of the company's total 17-acre site,
and has an annual capacity of over
120,000,000 bottles of Pepsi-Cola.
Israeli Summer
For Students
Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, presi-
dent. Women's Division. American
Jewish Congress, announces a non-
profit educational trip to Israel
for a limited number of students
between Wj and 18 will take place
from July 6 through Aug. 25.
This student group will spend
seven weeks in Israel, living in
kibbutzim and in hostels like the
Waterman Wise hostel, and enjoy-
ing many exciting experiences,"
Mrs. Kaplan explained.
The total cost includes round
trip transportation, meals, accom-
modations, sightseeing, and field
trips, medical supervision, and ex
perience group leaders.
The franchise < mplcys over 200
people and services all of Dade
Count} and the middle and upper
Florida Keys in Monroe County.
The facility represents an invesl
ment, including land, buildings and
all quipmenl ol ovi r $2,000,000
Pepsi Cola officials will use the
m (a- on io pay high tribute to
l aigc
They pointtd out that "the
dedication of the Peori plant Sat-
urday came as a result of the
cat-able business management
and outstanding efforts of Mr.
Paicie, and of the plant's parent
organization, the American Bev-
er,,ie Corporation, Akron, O."
A specially designed plaque
reads: "Presented to our Miami
bottler by the officers and direct-
ors <>f Pepsi-Cola Company as an
i nduring token <:! the affection and
high eileem in which we hold this
enterprise and its managers and
owners. This edifice today is sym-
1 oi the many contributions
>our organization has made to our
mutual progress in this industry
The plaque was signed by Som-
ei all.
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9^knit- FtoriMiir
Friday, February 25, 1963
Israeli Taienl to Appear Saturday
At Xavalcade of Stars 1956'Show
ilanni Ahroni, recording star
ir.Mii Israel, will make he* Brsl Mi
,,. appearance at the seventh
annual Israel Cavafcade of Stars
1966 at 8 p.m., Saturday, in the
Miami Beadt Auditorium The
program will also feature other
outstanding artiste entertainers.
.U.-Mcal performers, and pantom-
musts of Israel
Miss Ahroni recently complete!
an extensive tour of concert halls
mi l-oedon. raris, Home, Athens
Pokyo, Moscow, ami Johannes
burg .
Juki Arkin and Helene I arker,
who are known throughout the
world as the greates.1 pantomime
artists of Israel, will head the list
of pantomimists at the cavplcadc
\ native Israeli. Arkin created
his own pantomi n P >'u'
performed at Die ^'^
H. use in Tel \vh the
iival ^f"
, '. irth A
Ro.- El an i a native In
t io vocalises in Eng!
Yiddish Russian,
. d Hebrev He wi pii
,;. to lha United Statei b
Ed Sullivan 'or a TV Salute to
I atl," following which he made
Valenti's Offers
Italian Specialties
7th Ave is
.m American
a nationwide concert tour of the
United States and Canada. A
Capitol reco*:ng artist, El.ran
has seven current records on the
market.
Interpretive, modern Israeli
folk dance will be performed by
the Uailia Dance Troupe. TIM
group will also pivsent traditional
dances ol the Middle East.
\ surprise guest appearance by
one of the leading Broadway Stage
stars has also been arranged lor
the cavalcade Music will be un-
der the direction h Irving Pietrae*
and h orchestra, The show is pro-
duced by Shmuel Fershko.
There will be a single perform
ance j this years Israel Caval
cade of Stars, said Abraham Grun
,, chairman of the Cavalcade
he performance .- spon
e Greater Miami dis-
let.- ; e '
l \:. I'iCa
Ben sidenl

... said that
RO.N tliRAM
Yiddish Artists
Perform Sunday
Michl Gibson will be smoi
s presented at a concert of in-
ternationally-known artist-
Sunday evening, B p.m~^
Beach Senior Huh School Audi-
^Sponsor of the function is the
David Pin-ski Folk School
Gibson, formerly with the Yid-
dish Art Theatre, and known for
his Yiddish character portrayals,
wi I be joined by ^aieha Benv*.
interpreter of Israeli, Y.dthsh
and international folk songs.
Mso on the program will '*
Alexander Prilutchi. violinist for-
mer conductor : ?*
harmonic Orchestra, accoti led
by Jascha Fischermann
.. the piano for Ma
1 G en will be r.stnei
MICHl GIBSON
. ,.-. proceed*
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programs of ZOA i .
to i
Hendersonvi le N '
Siccta!
:cres For Passover
Jropkcl Chapter Slates Gala

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". -. lei -
Weiner Specks
At Yive Forum
Dr Gershon W net I i
Jewish Teachei Sent ;.. ;
be guest speaker l
Forum ol Gri at. i M
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one of the oldest Kali
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'he restaurant is
operated bj Charlie v.
personal supervision
In si quality
lecor is ol \ all r.ti
.I nina. a picturesque
ei'.\ In addition to
ites Valenti's tea
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The rifSI voyage, aboard the
modern 23.000-ton Olympia. de-
parts New York on Mar 7 and
Boston the following day. arriving
at Haifa on Mar. 21. This provides
pass -ngers with a 25-day stay In
Israel, including the Passover
Week from Apr 5 to 12. The re-
turn trip is aboard the 26.300-ton
Queen Anna Maria, flagship of the
Greek Line, departing liana on
Apr 13 and arriving in New York
on Apr. 27
Under a new discount plan, in-
dividual passengers on this trip
ran apply for a 29 percent reduc-
tion m tares by becoming .. mem-
. vr of a croup organized by the
Greek Line This rate is si
nfirmation that a group of
25 p. rsons has been formed.
rhe special round-trir- fare is
I ., saving of $140
pared with regular thrift-
Workmen's Circle
Plans Functions
Workmen's Circle Branch 14
will hold its monthly meeting Wed-
lay, 8 p.m.. at Washington F
eral Auditorium. 699 NE 167th St
North Miami Bea^h.
The regular meeting will be fol-
-.1 b\ card games
*
Workmen's Circle Branch 892
Women's Club will h Id their
m banquet Mar 6 at
25 \ -\ Ave Miami Bea
The program will include chil-
Iren attending the 11 Pereti
Workmen's Circle Scbx '..- in Mi-
ni with a. Rachinsky mus
irect ir for the schools in eh..:
Mrs Sarah G rid Is in charge.
lira ''- '" !
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the return trip al Ha a i
Sicily. ltal> The second >>age departs New
York on Mar 22 and Boston I
following day iboard the ,'
Anna Maria, arriving in Malta on
Apr 4. one da; before 'he start
of Passover, This provide* pas
sengers with ten days fa Israel be-
fore the return voyage aboard the
Queen Anna Maria oil Apr. 13 trom
Haifa
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February 25, 1966
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^af rad.
wtt
B'uce Witkind
Dr. and Mrs. El-
423 Hardee, Coral Ga
iil become Bar Mitzvah al
[ Congregation on Sat-
_ Feb. 26.
i ., si vcnth grade student
de Leon Junior High, and ;
In attending Beth David Re
School for the past four
|ir i- interested in science.
Friting. musical Instruments!
; riding.
,,(! Mrs Herman Witkind, I
...:- p, n Y grandparents
celebcast, IU -attwiA the
1 anquet at Beth Da-
rter Hall.
Michael Slater
son of Mr. and Mrs
Slater. 4315 Toledo St .
will he Bar Mitzvah
i Judi a of Coral Gables
Feb 26.
a seventh grade stu.
Ponce de Leon Junior
he l- his class presi-
i mix r <>f the Student
i Student Leadership
i and of Boy Scout
4 Coins and slol cars are
and he plans to con
<;i his Religious School
to confirmation.
fchael is the prandson of Flor
. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sla-
d Mrs Lillian Sidle, who will
ate with him.
Slaters v ill host the kiddush
pi: it I's honor.
*
Mark Wiener
rk Edward, son of Mr. and
Da\id Wiener, will become
Mitzvah on Saturday. Feb.
' Ti mple Adath Yeshurun.
celebrant is in the seventh
It John F, Kennedy Junior
and Ins favorite sport is
" hieh he received an
last year. He is a student in
vu School and is the holder
(tendance award in Junior
;<>n.
tli> service. Mr. and
1 vs. ijl give a reception
nor <>f their son.
Richard Zelkowitz
mI Allan, son of Mr. and
larold Zelkowitz, 2117 S\v
' "ill become Bar Mitz-
' ay. Feb. 26. at Con-
Beth El.
1 an eighth grade stu
Hebrew Academy.
attended since the

He plays piano, col-
and i- interested in
.shine Chapter
!e Held Here
hine < hapter, Bnai B'rith
held a White Elephant
Monday, all day. at
federal, t;:- and household items
'stein, vice pre*
Jack Hoffman were
Mrs Henry llenan
oi refreshments.
U PREPARE FOR
BAR MITZVA
nnsrs, ot Home or at
| >, Reasonable. By
Reverend.
448-9434
"EN.'OY, ENJOY!"
6"j< y the finest Shi-ih-
Kebab ot the finest
r'me Eeet or Lamb in
beautiful continental
'"osphere. Authentic
Middle East dishes.
tve.ything home-made
on premises.
Your Hosts
BOB & ED HANNA
Sti will include h -
Mrs Meyer Steinberg, of
New York, and Cantor and Mrs
51 Steiner. of Hollywood.
Celebrant's parents will honor
him with a ki lush following the
services and a reception on Sun-
da) .
David Flaschen
On Saturday morning. Feb. 26.
3ar Mitzvah o' David Jay Fla-chen.
son oi Ml ami Mrs. Infag -F'asoh
en. 600-94'h St., will be celebrated
at Temple N'er Tamid.
David is a student at Nautilus
Junior High and Temple Ner Tam-
id Religious School. His hobbies
include astronomy and fishing.
Out-of-town guests will include
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mor.
ris Flaschen. New York, and Mr
iti(i Mis Sam S'athanson, Detroit
A reception will follow the cer-
;
William Greenberg
.. I ....: Greenberg \- ill
. : Mitzval on Saturda\ E i
26. ;.: Yi .-.. Isi ael of Greater Mi
ami.
A Student at the Hebrew Acad-
emy for the past nine years, the
celebrant i- the son ol Mr, and
Mrs. .Joseph H. Greenberg, 820
NE 175th St.. charter members of
Yojng Israel.
Among guests at the ceremony
will be William's grandmothers.
Mis Rachel Katz I-aufer. and Mrs.
Anna Friedman, of New York. The
Ba. Mitzvah is the grandson of the
late Rabbi Mayer Katz.
The Greenbergs will honor their
son al a Kiddush following the
services and at a dinner on Satur
da> evening i" the Royal Hungar-
ian Restaurant.
Richard Bodzin
Bar Mitzvah of Richard Dale
Bodzin will he observed on Satur-
day at 5 p.m. on Feb 26. during
services at Beth Torah Congrega
tion
The celebrant, who pla>s | iano
and composes music, is the son of
M and Mrs I harles Bodzin who
will honor him at a reception on
Saturday night at their home. 1I8J
M. 204th St
'',] Ida Jai ihs of New York is
. (in.other of the Bar Mitzvah.
Bruce Sutta
Sat irdaj oi ning ser ices at
Templi Bet k* will inc u
liar Mitzvah ol Bruce Alan Sutta
Mr and Mrs. Simon Sutta par
ents of the celebrant, will host the
kiddush followii g the ceremony.
An eighth grade student at West
Miami Junior High. Bruce plays in
the school hand and plays ball on
the Beth Tov team.
*
Ronnie Goodstein
a- evening services a; Beth
. i. ..'.ion will include
the Bas Mitzvah of Ronnie Good-
-:. ii
: .. ipht< ol Mr. and Mi 5. How-
Goodstei 20021 NE 20th Ct.,
the eh brant
.
ie is a member ol
. I pli -
Grandparents of the Bas Mitz-
vah are Mr ..: d Mrs Louis Good-
n of New York and Mr and
Mrs Louis Doan of Miami Beach.
5M ARTHUR GOD
FRIYR0..M.I.
PH. 532 M22
PIESERVE FOR
PASSOVER
I
KOSHER
CUISINE
RESERVATIONS
Coll JE 1-7381
1545 COUINS AVE.
OH l.n.oln Rd Miami Beach
\
Bruce kVitkind
Mark Wiener
William Greenberg Michael Slofer
Dr. Gannes And
Dr. Hoenig Will
Address Teachers
Two outstanding scholars "ill
addrt ss s ions for educators
sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish
Education, according to an an-
nouncement by Joseph Cohen.
pr< sident
Dr. Abraham P. Cannes, former
director of the Bureau in Miami,
and now director of Camp Cejwin,
addressed the Jewish camp direct-
ors and counselors on Feb. 23 at
the ofl.ces of the Bureau. 940 Lin-
coln Rd. On Monday. Feb. 28. at
the offices of the Bureau, he will
address the school directors of
Jewish schools on "Teach'rg Ado-
lescents."
Dr. Gannes, former director of
the Council of Jewish Education
ot Philadelphia, is the author ot
"Central Co-rvmunity Agencies
for Jewish Education" and the
recent memorial volume on Leo
L. Honor.
on Mar 3. Dr. Sidney B. Hoenig.
professor of history at the Yeshiva
University, \>ili address Jewish
t< achers of Greater Miami at Tom-
i Ie Israel, 137 NE lth St. His sub-
ject will be "What the History of
the Second Jewish Commonwealth
Means to us Today."
Dr Hoenig is the author of
many volumes, including "The
Guide to the Prophets." "Jewish
lets and Creed*," and "Tne
t.reat Sanhedrin." He is a recog-
nized a ithority on Jewish history,
ulai ly the period ol the Sec
on mt r wealth.
The lectun are part oi the ser
the lu reau for in-training of
teachers and education personnel.
Gladwin Seeks
Reelection
In Surfside
Surfside Council\voman RJ|<
Gladwin announced, that she is
seeking reelection in the Mar. 15
election.
Widow of Benjamin A. Gladwin.
the Surfside legislator took over
her late husband's office in the
Surfside Chamber of Commerce af
1 ter his death.
Her supporters point out that she
was the founder of the Women's
Division of the Chamber of Com-
merce of Surfside. Bal Harbour,
and Bay Harbor Islands. Mrs.
Gladwin has been a member of
the Planning and Zioning Board
from 1954 to 1962, liaison for the
Surfside Council in 1965, and help-
ed establish the Surf-Bal-Bay Libr-
ary.
According to her supporters, as
a couneilwoman "she was instru-
mental in bringing the present
Miss Universe to Surfside which
attracted national publicity to the
town. She researched the prospect
Of Federal Government assist-
ance for Surfside to keep up with
beautificalion and recreation de-
velopment. A vote was approved
to proceed with a study by profes-
sional planners by the Florida De
velopment Commission in conjunc-
tion with the Federal Government
tor this project."
Friends of Couneilwoman Glad-
win who declare they drafted her
for reelection, honored her at a
breakfast last Sunday. Mrs. Edith
Jacobson and Mrs. Lois Goldman,
of Surfside. were hostesses of the
RHEA GLADWIN
affair. Mrs. Gladwin is a member
of Temple Israel and is vice presi-
dent of the Sisterhood of the Tem-
ple.
STRICTLY
KOSHIR
SCHECHTER'S
CROMWELL
HOIlPPOOl? F.IIVAIE IIACH CIN5
Under (y) Supervision.
.GIATT Kosnef meats ir-ved
Formerly of the Pioneer Country Club
$11
daily, per person INCLUDES
double occ
10 ol 105 looms
MA. 13 to APR. 3
Lununous Room
i Meals
RISlkVl NOW fOR PASSOVER
Cr-'sr Mjycr BluHi to Officiate
Air tcrrd. MIAMI BEACH
* hrot,d phomc 534-2141
:-d ("i-rrol .. --.
1>i. int 0ew->ln< SI.
Psychiatrist Will
Speak to Youth
Dr. Irwin Jacobs, local psychia-
trist, will discuss the "Biological
and Emotional Aspects of Sex" at
the weekly Tuesday. 7:15 p.m. post
confirmation class at Temple Ju-
dea of Coral Gables.
Rabbi Morris A. Kipper has led
the 11th and i2th graders in dis-
cussions about the recent Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions publication. "Consecrated
I'nto Me A Jewish View of Love
and Marriage," by Kabbi Roland
Gittlesohn.
Both Rabbi Kipper and Dr. Ja-
cobs will attend each class dis-
cussion.
MORRIS & RUTH LERNER
HARRY ZUCKERMAN
Catering for All Occasions
Established in 7945
Famous
471 WASHINGTON AVE.
PARKING
FACILITIES
JE 13987
MIAMI
BEACH
^esfaurant
NOW OPEN 7 if AYS A WEEK
j STAR Wflfi Veg. & Fish Restaurant
EST. 1943 Under Same Management
SERVING LUNCH AND DINNER
| NATIONALLY KNOWN ROL'MAN AN CHEfc.SE BAGELS
I ORDERS TO TAKE OUT
THE OLI>EST kXP ON'I.V I
, 841 Washington Ave.
THE OU>KST *XPi>XM DA I It Y RKsSTAl'R.WT IN PAI'E COl'NTT
Ph. 531-9182 *
Temp'e Or Ohm Party Set
Temple Or Olom will celebrate
its tenth anniversary Saturday
evening, Mar hi. with a dinner
and dance Mrs Roslyn Dayan i.--
in charge ol the affair.
ROYAL HUNGARIAN TO RESTAURANTI
731 Washington Ave. gEvN JE 8-5401
flegonf Catering for Bar Mitivahs, Weddings, and all Social Functions
SAND-ELL KOSHER CATERERS Un.-fer firfcfain.'cal Supervision L-kR MITZVAHS NGS PARTIES Spi -'nl i-nn in Home Catering l'-'1 ">! IV/>rfc SOL WEISS
866-6226 ANSWER DIAL 8*4-5778
1216 NORMANDY DRIVE M.B.
KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT
1451 COLLINS AVE. Phone JE 2-1671
KREPLACH 'KISHKE MATZO BALLS KNISHES
MEAT F ?H STEAKS "CHOPS CHICKEN
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Excellent Cuisine Superb Service Modern Decor
Continental tm Kosher Caterers
WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS BANQUETS UNLIMITED
At Your Home, Hall or Svnagoque
/Miami's Only "Shomer Jhahbos" Resfauranl Onalify Par Excellence
8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI ________Phone 226-1
and CATERERS
940 -71st ST. UN 6-6043
Specialists for Weddings,
Bar Mitzvahs & Social Functions
HAROLD PONT and IR-V N GORDON
.OL'WM>\ and POVI'
ijj-ri KOSHER CATERERS *nT<13
I /r from ho*8 d'evret to M complrf r>i **M I WWlr
170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655
UrtOf-r the strict supcvison of the L'niteo Kaihrus Association of
Grfjte*- Miami Supervising Raht Rabtr AD-ahflm J. Safra.
OPFV HfltlSf rVfOD/WCS BAP MIJ2VAHS F>fCfT/0N$


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+Jewist ncridiar
Friday, February 25, 1966
M.
died Feb. :. Riverside
HOFFMAN, llynian.
2nd Ave., died Feb.
ROSE. Harry, '<-. ol
T. r 'i"-'i Feb. '' I
WINKLER. Joseph '>'
MB
f I'll
cm don.
:.iin", s\v lTtii
rdon.
. of 1871 l""th
LEGAL NOTICE
1
....I K.I. Kiv-i !!-.
DUNN. ICather, 8S, ..i -:i7 Harding
\w ,i ,i i.i. v Klvi rsld.
ROSENSTEIN. Resale, B3, of SS0 SW
i ,th St.. died I eli 7 iordon.
SCHWARTZ, Mare) Samuel, RS, ..f
IK2II SW ^:tli i"i died Feb 7 Uoc-
Sherman. Bernard, 7:'. of 1852 No.
|i n Shore I': died F'eb 6 River-
glde.
HunJWITZ Jo8e|>h, 63, of ill So,
Shi re I m died FVh 13. Sen h In
\i. \ Voi K Rlvi rside,
MINSBERG. Kiilil fcifrulm II
K.I, II Itlvelslrii
LEGAL NOTICE
Dinner Committee planning the annual ban-
quet for Mesivta Torah Vodaath are seated (left
to right) Samuel Reinhard, Rabbi Pinchas
Briskman, Milton Kahn, general chairman of
the dinner, Rabbi Osher Katzman. Standing
are Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, Rabbi A. I.
Safra, Henry Groudan, Louis Merwitzer, Prof.
George Pickard. and Adolph Blank, associate
chairman of the dinner.
Rabbinical College Annual Banquet
Scheduled for Tuesday Eve at Deauville
Tht> annual banquet of Mesivta
Torah Vodaath, one of the largest
rabbiiHcal colleges in the country.
will take place next Tuesday even-
ing at the Deauville Hotel.
Guest speaker will bt Rabbi Dr
Leonard A. Bernard Poupko, of
Shaare Torah Confutation, Pitts-
burgh. Pa., lecturer, writer, and
Perlis Lectures
At Temple Israel
On the Jew Today
I,eo Perlis. national director of
community service activities for
the AFIy-CIO. will be guest speak-
er for the Temple Israel of Great-
er Miami adult study series on
"The Contemporary Jew in Amer-
ica' on Sunday morning .it 10:30
a.m.
Before assuming his present
position, which earned him the
first annual award of the National
Council on Social Work Education,
Perils served the labor movement
.:- an organizer, political ati-on di-
rector and editor, and in 1956 re-
ceived the Page One Award ot the
American Newspaper Guild.
Perlis was a founder, and for
~ever.li years secretary of CAKE,
has represented the I'niteci Ni
tions ;:nd the United States Gov-
ernment on a number of special
missions, and presently serves with
the President s Committee on Ju-
venile Delinquency and Youth
Crime.
THERE ARE
nationally-known Jewish educator.
Rabbi Poupko has written arti-
cles on Soviet Jewry which have
been published extensively in Yid-
dish. Hebrew. English and other
languages in the I'nited States. Is-
rael. Australia. Europe. New Zea-
land and Latin America.
He is also teaching Jewish phil-
osophy, rabbinics and Jewish mys-
ticism as visiting professor at tne
University of Pittsburgh.
Mesivta Torah Vodaath has a
current enrollment of more than
2,000 students from all parts of
the world. The school main**'"*
an elementary, high school de-
partment and rabbinic seminary
in Brooklyn, N. Y.
The seminary is currently com-
pleting its four-:nillio:i dollar cam-
pus in Flatbtish. V Y. Included in
the complex will be study halls
classroom buildings and dormi-
tories as well as administrative
headquarters. The first students
will move into the new quarters in
September. 1966.
Milton Kahn, local general chair-
man of the banquet committee,
and who served as chairman of
the building committee of Kneseth
Israel Congregation, this week ex-
tended an invitation to "'.11 friends
of Torah and Judaism to attend
the banquet."
OU
tinin'c*
no peri is
Great Trials Of
Jewish History
Five great trials of Jewish his
DueNiCK. i r. m oi 1.1 i.. on,
IUi3 SB 1771 li IV; .Ii. .i I-
Klvi rside
DONNERSTEIN. Iletay,
XK HIi \\- >li. .1 F' h
LEEMAN. Munis A .:-
l m .ii. .1 ivi.. io, s. n
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M'JROFCHICK. II n nf 6 H
i: ii lid \ve., dli .1 1 h in Si t \ Ii --
ii I 'in-lau n. N Y Klvt-i -i SUTKER. It..s.. :-. ,., K',...
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WEINSAEIN. Mrs rrtrudi B
,.f i-..;"i
IUvi i-i l
Bn6."i ltn>
.:, I'ara-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69935-C
In KK r Hi '
KYI A IA P SIEX1BL ___
1...... I ^
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Parsons Hav-
C mi-- >l 1'-malms Agajllal .--.tul
BnI it.
You ii. herebj notified and re-
.|in'..l tn iireMcnl any claims und de-
mands which you ma) have against
tn. estate "i SYLVIA i' KlFXiFiL de-
. .... ,i late of l tado "ounl Florida,
la iii. County Judge* of Bade Coun-
ty, and fllo ill*- Haine in duplicati and
as provided In Kec'lnn 7"".'' '" '
Statutes, in their offlcea In the Coun-
ty '..itHi..us.- in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within m\ calendar months From
ili- lime uull<" of, .: ill- Mime 'IU It barred.
Bat.-.l at Miami Florida this .". day
of February, A. l>. 1966.
SfBNEY KIFXIFTL-
.\s i:\.. a..i
Firs! publication -l this notice on
ih- .'.'.Mi day ..f F'elirunry, I.....
SIMON, HAYS ,v lllll \l>\\ KlUi
AMorneya for Eslat. ..i Sylvia I >.
Hfogel
soi AiiiHiey nidir.
Miami, Florida
2 ::. :: i-n-is
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 66C-19S1
SARA I'l.KTA HA VIS SANCHEZ,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
DARIO SANCHEZ,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti>: DA Kin SAX. hi:/, I..,.,:,lain
:i i Bum Street Northwest,
Washington, District of Columbia
\,.u. DARK) s'ANCHKZ. are here-
bj notified ili.it a l;ni ..i Complain)
: '' has I.-, n filed aftalnsi
you, and you are requln-d to serve ..
copy of youi Answvi or Floadlni to
ili- Hill ..i Complaint on the I'laln-
niis attorney, .\i \.\ a ,: >M>FAKll
III Ills ayile KuildinK, 19 West K.
lei Sir.-I. Miami. Florida, 311132 and
' '..... luliial Ansu'i r ..r I'leadlna in
ili- office ..r the Clerk ..f the circuit
lourt on ..i before the 38th das ol
March. I96S. If you fall i.. do s...
jiiditnienl by default will be taken
:.^.,ni-t you for ili. relief demanded
Mill of I'.im.lainl
This notli Khali be published once
i Hi Ii w i. for : r cousei II ...
in THE JEWISH i-i.i i|:iih VN
I" INK AM- i ii:|.,'l:i:|. ul Miami.
Florida this jrd ,i...v .,, y, ..,,,.,, i
AH 1966
K. Ii. i.i:\tiii:i:\i \\ ,;. ,k
Com i. I '.i v, I'!..riil,i
'I II) K \1 I.Y.IAX
I i. ;. ,: I
3 4-ll-ls
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
To Al.l. TO WHOM THESE PRES-
FJNTH SHALL COME, HtlOKTlN. -
Whereas,
Musi-: MEYER, MIAMI. FliORTHV
SHARON HICK, MIAMI. l'l,(.nn \
hki.km: w i;xi.i:u.
miami. i i.' ikjha
ilni on ih.- 1 stli da) of July, A.D :
canst- to I'h Incorporated und.
laws iif the State of Florida ilROUXI
STEP HEAI.TV CO. B ronKWallim.
'wiili its principal pi......< bualmvu
I'-" MIAMI. KAI'K COCXTY in th- Slat.
i.i Florida and whereas such oorpoi
itl..... A.!'. 1966, rans,. I., be filed in thi
_ flee of Hi- Sacretar) of State m
siai. of Florida, lh< do ini.-i.i : .
iln.ilty re<|Ulrud under s'ectlon -
l-'li.i-iila siaiui-s. ahowlna ih- d
linn of such corporal
Mow, therefore, Ihe Secretar>
State does b-r. by i Ify In the
KolnK and that he is si.i : ,i i.,
t -iiuironi-nts il" the la'A hAVi
i-oinplled ith
IN \VITNi:ss WIIKKKOF, 1 i
hereunto sol my hand and haw
fixed ih- ireal Seal II si .
F'l.....la. al T.itlalia--. the i
this the FliTH da) of JAN.
A I' I'."111.
TOM \H\Ms
. Secretary ol <::,-..
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT |
OF FLORIDA IN AND FO"
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCY.
No. 66C72
soiima .\i.r.i:.\.
Plaintiff
\s
KOT JAMES ALLEN,
I >*l-iiilant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tn llnV JAMES ALLEN
Yon ROY JAMBS ALLEN, a <
by notified that a Amended Hill nl
Complaint for Hlvorx'* has '
ai:a:iis( >oli. snil )'OU a', req
aetve a c.ipy of your Answi
ini- tn tb- lllll of Complaint
riainiltfs attorney, SEAL .1 DL'NN,
Mil AinsU-> r.ni'illlii;. Miami. W.riiij
and ill- Ilia original Answ-r ot
Ina in the office of Ihe Clerk
i 'ir. uli Court mi or fore tl
day nf March i960 if you f...' to do
M>, jmlK-m. nl li> d-faiilt will be tikM
aaalnal \ mi fi.r Ihe relief
the Hill nf Comuialnt.
This notice shall be published
each Week for four consecutive tm -
in THE .IKHISH F'lxRIHIAM
DONE AND ORDKRBn
Florida, tins l">ili da) ol i rtnt I
A l> 1966
i: B. LBATHERM VN, '1- H
'In ill C\>urt. I *a-ii
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Doput) i 1. rK
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REASONS WHY MAIL
FOR JAMESTOWN, ALA.
CAN BE MISSENT. .
* Jomestown Ark.
3t" Jemesiown Col if.
* Jorr>t$!own Coio.
* Jorrestown !nd.
* Jorr*eilow- Konf.
*( Jorres'owr Ky.
* Jcmtsfown Lo.
* Jc*re*o*- Mich.
* Jcnestown Mo.
* Jomcsfown N. Y.
* JOTt'S'own N.C.
M" JcrrnS'Own N. DcV.
* Jcmcslown Ohio
* Jomtstown Pa.
M- Jamestown R. !.
# Jamestown S.C.
" Jomeslown Tenn.
* Jamestown Va.
IS V'l II. I I.ill \\ ;i\ ,
STERN. Mis. UlllHI
Collins As.-. se>i s i.
.' > lU.iHhenc.
DRUCKER. Ji.....I. 7:
si died Feb. Clord
GOLDSMITH. Mrs Eva
NF] 13th O died I". h
tory ill be highlighted in the third could."!!!!.' '1'1
series of adult studies at Temple -------
Beth Sholom of Miami Beach, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Mrs. Irving Kushman, chairman,
adult studies committee of the
temple board of education.
Series will be launched by Rabbi
Morris X. Kertzer. spiritual leader
of I.archmont Temple. Larchmont,
N. Y.. on Monday, 9 a.m.. in the
temple auditorium. His subject
will be 'The Trial of the Mass
Murderer. Adolph Eichmann."
Author of "With an H on My
Dog Tag," based on his service
as Jewish Chaplain at Anzio,
Dr. Kertzer is also author of the
best selling "What is a Jew?"
and the recent "Art of Being a
Jew."
Named Rabbi of the Year by
New York Federation in 1964. Dr.
K. it/or has conferred with religi-
ous and political leaders in Italy,
Turkey. India. Thailand and Hong
Kong. His most recent lecture tour
took him to the leading ciiu. !
Brazil He has been a visitor to
the Holy Land since 1936
F\ i. 10
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New York
I ...'.::i; SW Sth
nf lir.i
Ben
Collins Ave.,
su
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
MiTii'E is iii:i:i:i:i ,j|\ en thai
the underaianed. rii nh inn .
ol 1.1.M.I.lull aPAI(TMF:STS '.-!
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iMlamlH, l ia.I- Counts F'loridu fiamt.
chustrr apartmf:nts ii .. '.V,i,
i._jiM"i- iO I-:.,.- Ra> Harbor Hrlv.
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TRY ai;ai:imk.\ts. miau. l>. To
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, ,., '.'.;'.i.'.la- HAMPTON .-Mil:-
APARTMKNTH, l<00 South
Drive North Miami i:,.,. i,
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NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN S SAL^
Ni ITICE is HCREHY iil\ i- '
b) \ nil- of Chapti: :
sums Annotated I1H4II v I
in his. in. li and War-h-i- 10 '
In Ace-R H \ \S INB N
a Kl.niii.i coritoratlon, li> ":
M'ai ln.i.s. Hen. lias : .
ill- f..iinw iiiu dew-ril -!
if iwhold i loods a-
I .: i i.i i a S Sal
Miami, l-'la nn.l I
i :.ii day ol Mar. h, I
Kal In ..ii v ,,f gale
11:00 forenoon and -'
noon, ii \ \\
...... Florida, Ihe
f(. r i.r mile I.. Ih. .
nail III I.....I ll
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i '. .1 al Miami, l
dn> of I'- bruar>,
ACK-H U, \ AN LIN IN'

I irlve,
County.
i 111 111. s
-a. ii. Florida.
I Ham. s h it li
'.nil Court .,:
WCHARIJANDNELSON
uto n. is for Abplleanta
80.1 Mn. -in |.,..,,|
ii-.n h. Fl. : la
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the
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DR. MOWS KtRTZlK
LEGAL NOTICE
When you use ZIP Code in
your address, your corre-
spondence is more likely to
wind up in the right James-
town. ZIP Code adds ac
curacy to your mail.
Hook Up to Norad
At the Beth Torah Men's Club
recent meeting a representative
Ol MMthern Bell Telephone hook-
ed up a direct line to Colorado
Springs where an officer in charge
of Norad. North American Air De-
fense Command, answered non-
security questions on the defense
of the North American continent,
and Norad's watch for attacks
from outer space.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'l 'Tl' I- liKlil'.l'.V UIVEN Hial
tin- llnil. ivi'j|,-l. il-siriili; to filKa :
.ii.- p i li- ii. inloue n..mi h
ol SIN iT lll'l mid I' .N> .,
rib t. i.. \
hit. Tills !.. ; j.t, .
llll III- -,- s II) I '
of Dad. Cn it> I"
KOBER r HAS'l'i iRi i
_______
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NflTfCE l.-s Iii-.Ki.;., ..i, ,.\ n,al
il.-iinitf |o .
in b .-in. ss und. r the fk-titlous
'1 i I.' iRIOA I'll' iii:k I V IN\*E.S I
MENTF r Av. 'oral
iiii-ii.is In reaiat. i .1 name
with iIn- Cl< rk of the i C.
ol I '.i.....'ounty, P
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I-I1-1S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY .;|VKN that
ih- un.leralgned, deeirln* to enaace
In bualnewi pndei Ihe fhtltloua name
!' iV ^A;i'Asri:i: at u Arthur
i.iHlfrey Road, Miami Reach. Fia
tends to refclsl. -.,,.1 name nh
Uerk ..1 Ihe Court nf Dud
I* lot lila
si:a.-. .ast TnWi i:-
HARRi stf:inhf:ri!
I I'll Appl rani
Ul i
'N ,I|HaEK,^eJ^JV JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANn coo r\ar^~ -~ ^.^
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
......... No. 613140-C
Eatate ol
l'"I.IN GORDON KAHN
11. ceased.
VfJ s_ OF INTENTION TO
r^f^E APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
., DISCHARGE
he,,b, ,!,, ,,. | tav,
"N K UIN d. ..,..1 ,, 'VhiS
"' state -I Hi- all,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE-SCO'.'"
IN AND FOR DADE CO^r>
FLORIDA IN PR03ATE
No. 69735-C
I" RK: RVlat.
DA I.I.AS I-' SMITH
I.....i --.1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ml i|-.slii..rs and VII I
Claims "r Demands a
ICatate:
You are hereby notified ""'
iiuired to i-i eaani all)
ma Mils Whll li \i.ii in.' ha ';'
the -slal- ,.I 1 -A 1 t \ .- "'" S"'
I.. i a-.,I late nf Had. h
Ida, i" the County "'=" "' '''
Count) and file the nan
and an pro\ id. .i In >f
Florida Siaiui. In
ih- 'ounty dun horn
County, Florida, within '
muntha from the I
uubllcaHon hereof,
be banrad, ,
Hated al Miami, r
day -i Eebruarj. \ i
Al.\ IN ti .AWN
Ah Bxei .... .
l-'lrsi oublloatlun ol
111- I Ml, ,1:,. of FV>
the nib day of F>
A IAIN S. I'AWS
Aii.a ne) for ICxi rulor
1 "- i.i.....In Road BMi i.|t-
I Ml
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S GOJJ"T|
IN AND FOR DADE COUNT'.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
Na. 69632 A
IN RE: K-ta:.- ol
MINNIH Si'lli iENI VI'm
NOTICE TO CRED TOR5
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V.iu are hereby i

da \\ In. i, you i ', .ii
ihe aatate ol MINNI
I, .is, i ue of I*.-' '
da, I., the i 'ounl liidu.
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February 25. 1966
.EGAL NOTICE
*kwisi /kr,1*tr
Page lS-B
kCE ay PUBLICATION
HE CIRCUIT COURT OF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
IT OF FLORIDA IN AND
fOR DAOE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY,
No. 6SC-1S31
\V UUUSN,
tun,
RvARRBX,
I SUIT FOR DIVORCE
mi \ W \URF.X
tSTHA WARREN, are hereby
. iim "< ofnpiaJiii for
ha* been filed aa-sinst you,
are reotrired t > serve a rain)
Anxwi it I'li-.-iiiinc i.p the
Complain! on th.- pbtlntirTx
By, MARSHALL R. FISHER,
|W IOlh S.. Kendall. I'll.
i ..i A newer or I'lead-
!hi .. r I" j -. ..i Hi.- i Mi-cult Court
[: ihe ] ith day of March,
n fall i.> I< M.. judgement
lull i! he taken against .
demanded In ihi- ltill
wlaiui
-hall lie published once
ii.....naecutlve n eekx
hK 11 WISH II (.HUMAN
i >KDK*tKn m Man i
kli day ..r Februar}
I 1.1.A i HERMAN, Cl. rl,
.....If 'ii'iiv Florida
ll> K M I.YAIAN
.- C 'I, !K
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-
ntlDA
i
L' H-IS-2", .: i
J" VwiytHU BY HEW
I r^ben ^ Messiah
InjTICE BY PUBLICATION
lv THE CIRCU T COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
-CU T OF FLORIDA IN AND
I OR OAOE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY,
No. 66C-1381
\ IT1S PB
in'
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
i\ ISA I'TIs PR
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. S6C-1503
HILDA FBLIPE HIU)
Plaintiff
A LI llll/)
I >cfeltifouU
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Hi: All Mil,,
N.'.-.-.th Aventm
l-irooklyn. New Yeik
You. Al.l Hiu'< art.her.l.v notified
that a Hill ,,l Coinolniot f..r llvmvo
has been filed aKi**lnjt y.,u, an.I v..11
.' required to serve,a ooj.v ..f vutir
I'l.a.ltii*.- to the Kill
Answer
.\nswtr .,r 1-ifa.itnK i" Hi.- I'.lll ..f
umplaint mi the naJlltlff'x Aiinrrni
JACK I.. K1NU, ll.-.n B.W. 1st Street
.Miami. Kl. .rlfta .11.1 file tin- ..liitinal
"And considering all that I get out of the
temple, your dues are ridiculously lowl"
Copt 1965. Dayanu Productions

In.- i.riKina
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the 1 lerk ..r the CIrcuti Court on or
Before the -iim day of March, p...,; n
>"",.'",,"'. ''" s"- J'"lt"'i.nt bj de-
fault will i. taken uptinxi vou for
. the relief demanded ill tin- 1: ,1 ,,f
Complaint.
This notice -hall be published once
each week for foui t'onseouth e weeks
in I he Jewish PLORIDIAX
IM.NK AND ORDERED al Miami.
1 ins loth das of February
All 1966,
K H i.maviieu.M \\. Cli rk
Circuil Court, Dade County. Florida
Bj c 1*. ci iri:i,.\\i.
1 N i.ii 1 "lerk
JACK I. KIM;
Suite :'! ., 1 ISO K.W. Ih| S'l
MUunl, Florida, ::7:i-C.lj
___________________S<18-2--> 3 I'll
IN THE COUNTY JUOQCfe COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Jenist Hhsridi^r,
solicits year legal notice*.
We appreciate youi
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial HI 3-44*5
kx messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN Tt*OuuNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIOA IN PROBATE
No. 69015-B
111 RE: Unlatf ..I
THOMAS .1 VIM'
Iteeeatfea.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All < V-.-. In.., nl 1 1 |.
illR Claim- t I 1. man.I- Au.nii-t Si I
Dual.-:
i "vi ur. hei 1 !.. not If I, .1 and n -
quired to |>i. -. 111 an} 1
maud- hi. Ii v ..ii mat hill 1
:'.. estate ..1 THOMAS JAM tl.
"'>l'#%|i|v "I I'aclf County, I
'" 'JK/lT*'' "''" "' I'a I. foui
ty, njif Tn.* th. NHtne n tluidicati
:!. i.l.il 11 ..-. ii.> 1, ;;;::.|.i, |.., .
siatntMi in thfir offift-x in th. c,.ii.
LEGAL NOTICE
uknown
. I PIS I 1:
'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69798
In KB Batate !
-Mil.I .l:i.|. I: I: NI -1"
I 1. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C-1587
. il.KX A I.I.KN Hi il'I'M \ \
I 'la in I Iff,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE tutM In thfir offl.t-a in th. (V.111-
, ...... .. No. 68994-B t; k|| lion- In Had. County,
l".':.1,- '-'-'.'V !','..,.., ..jMu. .!,' 1 i-ix ilendar in nil,- 1
I VV11.LIAM L1PSITZ rinfl ..? Hi. mi -t
'nOTJCE TO CREDITORS T^^Mh.n!!! H^iS
To All 1 redlt. ra and All Iterxona Ha' d..> ,.1 Iv-bi uai .. AH I HUB
ln inline or Demandii Aaulnel Kuiil .\. 1:. I'ACStlKl;
I :-!:. 1.
V.....re hei. l.\
a- Bxecutor
Him fiubllcation
., 1 ;:.;; ?. uic, ~..'-urr,~;z ,taYl arbarajean (.
1 Said' in 1.
Ired t aervf. .1 com
I'lending In the
in on In i>|Hlnl in
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Miami, lorlda
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l;\'.'"' NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
;", '"" ii-i-ebj notiried and re- po hariiara ikax ii..iim\n
' 1 "t .1111 l'laim and lie- I '. ., |,|,
111 .mi.. i Ii \,tu 11 u) hin Kalnxl \'<- '
lati ., Mii.|.i:i |. HRAPK ... v..I ARK tIKIIKHY VoT
' '-'I1' 1 oiinty, Horldii I....... ; h '
o Ih. ...... ,.,.,
i>. and 1111,1 ,,..|liin ,1 -.. ,
siMtutew, In theli 11 th. I'ln ntlfl itti.n |-:i 1
' I 1 County. s\ n Miami
x ilendur .....ntha 1:..,. h.
el mi
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Ml iml 1 1 1

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CO N"- JUDGE'S COURT
>ar>' '"ounty.
"LORtOA IN PROBATE
'660- B
I
MAN
)CRED TORS
B.I All I'f 1
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Bmi :
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M ami, 1 lorida
I'll -H
IN THE COUNTV JtinGF's rtlURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6 UK I'-i.it. ol
11 \T;\ i:v i' ALBKRT, a K a
iiai:\ i:v Al.lsKRT
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All : and All I'eranne Hnv-
Inn CL-iInu or Hemande Against Said
^ ..ii are hereby notified and re-
' -a' U11J :. in- II nd lie-
land* .In.-li vqb ma) have uealnal
,1
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till ..... 1
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1 \ 1: t N11 11111 > 1
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K H 1.1: \'i iii:i:man
. '.r. nit art, I lade '"'i nt >
Hoi
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1.1.1 'N \ i:i'.--n:i.N
. :
II 1 l.ltii n Road
Miami Keatth, r:.
.
'' neien) la.uti.d ;ui.[,j. H11-1 i.ul.li, a 11. n o| iln^ notl
'lulr. I to prexent any ".- fV, |h< of l-Yhruni" "wi!
Hhlch you mav lit.! ,Mln.-l iinl.l>.MAX. OuLDSTKIX I'VCKHT:
U ,.l WH.MAM l.ll-.-l.'y,^.- Attigne, r... Kxecutoi
1 .1 'ai- ol Had. County, l-'lorfffa, -!'? \\
i<. in. Ciinn iiudat-x i.f had. .-/~i .. >s .
nil 1 hi wun j 11 d'iidi.-..t. .. 1. -
; ]1 -' .1 M. CERTIFICATE OF
"I," Stntuti 1 Ihflr nftici CORPOHAtf dissoi UT'ON
'' In I '.'v. IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
"*' '"He Ihi STATE OF FLORIDA
'" "'.....I. or ih.- xanif uill I.,. Tti \l.l, Ti 1 wi n M l'li'~| f
KSTS SHAf.1, 1I1JII
1 ml, Blorldn Kth Win '
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SHIRLEY l.'I'.-ITX
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Hi
SIM11X. HAYS (t II
I
NOTICE BY PUBUCAT ON
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCU T OF Fl ORIDA IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
IN CHANCERY.
N-). 66C- 1"0;
III KKXNIHR11
\ -
JOB \ 1 I. Si iL Ml.
1.....Ida 1
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PI' .I'd: I'AL'L SOLAKO
.1. ., ...
-
\kron Ohio
IK I' Ml. SOL vie '.

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ml y.ni are reu licetl to e, i-ve IX WITXK
. -.-I my
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIEHEKA 1
the iindei-xl(tncd, dexirlnE
In hualneHB 1 ndei Ihi mm
of ABBY TABLE COMPANY I2u0 a .-op. of \.,i r Vne.-j
Comj Why, .Miami. II.. .. Un Hill 01 Complain I


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m th.
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l. IXHACM
ol tin- notice ...1
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Id na, Miami. Pin
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r. .ir tin rill "bi ..ii n d
Miami, i-,. 1: bi, tin- 8th
I ,. Kebei iry, A I III
.MATILDA \l.l:i:i:T
i r \.. r 1 \
'' -' ibid .,tlon of tin.- notice on
Hi.. IHh da} PVhi
' 'N. II vv> llltl SDWKRU
\t lorni > foi Estate
I IttiildliiK
Mil un h'lorldn 11132
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
'
11 -i IH. JEM ISH BI UltlDlAX
'ICE l>
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Ih, inderxtgn..! I, hkhki ... '". !' "
In Im.-in.-s- 11,id. ;;i..ii- nail ,- V '" "'''' ''''' th.
niBKM K Vi LEATHTOMAX. I "' %,', ,,, ^J
,1 : : County, Florida A Kl. rlda 0. .
BMBERS RLKTAUR-XXT "* ,:>. 1' '' '"..'ELAXH I'....... ItuUin. 'l
.11 MS- : -ml Street, Miami lleaoli ......... ....' '. I.,v'\ \ ',' ,,,.,- ''"N x El'STELN
Ml............. ..: ... : .. \l I.I.I, I UII.I.NM\V ..--...| It All, nil... r... V....I........
II.
IN AND cnJX.JUDGE S COURT
Ft r?oT2? DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
,. ,. No 61064.C
t::- Ktate ..f
RAMtfl MAVRR
J I 't'CINISI-fJ
0pTUCATt"oNl2T'ON TO MAKC
AND p?.F5 DISTRIBUTION
\'iTI,i ',N*L DISCHARGE
* ,,Vv !.* rr'.-> **,nat h!,v-
SAYKR a h" ','" "f PRNK ........'
."he h;;.. ;;:,:' ..:"::'"^"-: >nth
1th the Clerk of the Circuit .',.,, ;^| ( .,,,, ".';';' ''.I!;l!n
NOTICE UNDER "|i.Upai'KA Vr' I'in'.'iM.-'ifi'ic^t ivv Alriiey for rialnt'lff"
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW RMTAURANT >l KRTIfcW. INI ^.,.
Xt.TICE IS HKUKHY lilVKN that PHILIP J. MILLER ---------------.--------
Hi.. iind.-riaiie.l, dexirliiK to -nanae Attornf.v for Applii-aul
1 ix 1 :cs 1 i:i.\
Attorne.) for Applli-atil
12.1 1. ... Road
l-ll-l-
l-ll
In l.t-im-s-. under the fi>iit|..ii.s name 1 to7 Uncnln I'.d., .Miami Reach, l'la.
a HAVEN MOTEL al fi.'.0 X.E. 9iUh I/18-K, 8/4-1I
Sii-.oi. Mitnoi. lorlda inti-ndx t.i ret- --------------------------------------- '-----------
. rea
1 it -aid name with the CM It of the,
(Irtruit court of |i;,d.- County, Flor-
ida.
RONAX IXVK^TMrrxT
CORPORATION
>:i)l.D.MAX. C>ia)STKL\ &
PACSHWt
Attornaya for ReetohnuH
- I W.^l Flat 111- Street
Miami. Florida HSlU-i
2M-ll-m'2.->
Plorida. fox approv-
E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th_JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
TY,
RY
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIOA IN PROBATE
No. 69617 -B
Iii ItK: Batata m
MAX I'All,
I >eceaxed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEltEllY GIVEN thai
the iimlfiwiB/ned, NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
' NOTICE Ih lli:i:i:i: \ HIVEN thai
the underalsned, dealrlna t" ennate
in ini.-ini-. under the rictltloua ttin,
of KALI'II .1 Ytil'.Nii ENTERPRISES
"-- <'mKy7thi~fiTtlnix'7.an'ff" ..'.''I i" '^ NW. 6,h s"'-1- *
HARItls I'.RAOMIAWS |: VKHKI: ..',"'," '" r'?'s<' ''Z aM >'""f ' SHOP t,t :,IH S.w. Hth Stn^t Mi-i ."'k,'",.,"' '"' ''"'"t "' Bade
ami. Florida. Intend ... reiriMer -aid lHJ,"y' *"i*.".'.',a......
name with the Clerk of the <
Court ..f Dado County, Florida
MAURIS K. 1!U.V1>SIIA\Y
NOTICE TO CREDITORS EII.VK BBATWTAW
'Po All Creditorw and ,YII IVoaoue Hnv- .SILVFIISTI.TN XACIIWAI 1'FK
ina claims or IVinands Aaalnxt Said l.l\'EIi|S IMtVsn wn
AMoreeya foe Harria K Bradahaw
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HAI^BNk,cnu*
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RlfiTTY RRHBN.
I '.-i.'iidant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in MBTTY IIRBBN
K6 llvinvajton Kcreal
Snuwartlee, N'.-w Y011.
YOtl AUK HEREBY otlfled that
1 '..mpl.iint for Divorce has lieen
l-^tato:
You are hereby notified and re-
mandx which you mav have ..icaln.-t .
the fttatate of MAX I'Al'l. deceuxed IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COORT
late of I>nde County, Florida, to the. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
County Judges of Hade County and | FLORIDA IN PROBATE
file the same in duplicate and ax i No. 69875-B
ITovklcd In Section 7:i,t.l8. Florida In KF!: FNtnte ..f
Statntea. In their offlcex in the Coun- | .1 KN.VI I: STI-TIX.
t> CourtltOuae In Hiule County. Flor- I ".-cea.-.-d
Ida. within six calendar monthx from! NOTICE TO CREDITORS
the time ..f the first publication hare- I"1, ^" credlli ra and All l'.rs..n- Flav-
or, or the same will be barred, '"- Claims or Demands Aaalnvl Salil
I'at.d at Miami, Florida, iliis 2nd l:
da} .'i February, A.D 1 .;;. You are herebj notlfletl and re-
'I'lld.lK I Ail. >|Ulred t.. presenl ait} i.nm- and de.
Vi Rxecutrlx ids which you ma} ha
RALPH .!. Vl'IAil
KKSSLKlt, MASSKY & j :KCKi:itM AN
Attorneys for Applicant
I9G Mill m. re way, Coral Hal.i.s
2 26 :i l-ll-l-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUOICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 1125
Ul I'll I. Hh'.NCZKl:
IlMi.it iff
HEX.IA.MIX S. ItKNCZIi:
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MKN.ia.MI.n 8. BEXCZER
11'Co-Nee Hotel
241 W Alain Street
1; i> alii ;. Lona Island
.N.w York
YOI" AUI-: HEREBY NOTIFIED
.1 Complain! f<* 1.,,.....
1 m i-.vfY;\VYn
ills
I I'll
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FOOD
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offers a wonderfully satisfying selection
of taste-tempting delicacies that will
save you money ... and time!
AND REMEMBER, PLEASE! ALL CUTS ARE
STORE-SLICED TO YOUR ORDER...
JUST TELL YOUR APPETIZER MAN HOW YOU WANT
YOUR ORDER SLICED*.
SAVE 40c A LB. DELICIOUS LEAN
wvc **ut W.-WWWWJ wwi FOOD FAIR or MASTERS
Corned Beef 59c Sour Cream 33
SLICED TO YOUR ORDER FRESHLY SMOKED-NOVA SCOTIA
FRESHLY SMOKED
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(SMOKED SALMON)
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MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
WITH YOUR PURCHASE
OF $2 OR MORE OF
GREEN STAMPS APPETIZERS
Be Sure to See Food Fair's
CHEESE FESTIVAL!
COTTAGE
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