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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:
April 15, 1966

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

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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:
April 15, 1966

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01941

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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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THf JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
fume 393 Number 15
Miami. Florida. Friday. April 15, 1966
Two Sections Price 20*
rarpers Article Cites 'Several Worlds' of Jews
|EW YORK (JTA) Amer-
Jews maintain their identity
|a community in a time of in-
bsinj: secularization more or
out of a habit of preferring to
^ciatt- with Jews as the most
ent factor for their survival ac-
Bing i" 'he lead article in the
fjl issue of Harpers Magazine.
The article was written by a
Harpers editor. Marion K. Sanders,
who admits she has had no Jewish
ties during her adult life and un-
dertook to do a study entitled "the
Several Worlds of American Jews"
out of curiosity over the growing
entrance of Jewish organizations
into current issues not directly
involving Jewish interests.
The worlds referred to in the
title ere described by Miss Sand-
ers as that of the Jewish "secu-
lar organizations," and the
"worlds ruled respectively by the
synagogues and the philanthrop-
ic fund raisers." She reported
that "with good reason/' the sec-
ular groups regard themselves
as the "chief guardians" of "Jew-
ish identity" because the philan-
thropies have become less and
less sectarian in their activities.
Miss Sanders also argued that
the "boundaries between the three
branches of Judaism once ar
dently defended have grown fut
zy." She asserts that "no one wh:
has to earn a living in the United
States can perform all the more
Continued on Page 7-A
IN WAKE Of SHAZAR SNUB
fndira Gandhi
sked for Now
land on Israel
Ih'U YORK (JTA)
The The Zionist-Revisionists made
organization of America
Zionist Revisionists of
srica voiced requests to India
as India's Prime Min-
Indira Gandhi, came t<>
for a three-day visit
formal diplomatic re-
ill Israel.
|i: Delhi Government has
b Israel since 1950. but
established diplomatic
li el lias only one Con-
: Rationed in Bombay
I: ten been snubbed by the
|an Government At the same
however, India was the first
Btr> in the world to give formal
m to the Arab League.
The ZOA request was voiced
Jacques Torciyner, president.
their demand in a telegram to
Mrs. Gandhi from Beinish Ep-
stein, executive vice chairman.
Both also referred to the fact
that, only last week, India had
shown discourtesy to Israel's
President Shazar while he
stopped in Calcutta on his way
home from a state visit to Nepal.
Mr. Torczyner said: American
Jewrj was most sympathetic to-
ward India at the time of her strug-
gle for independence. The improve-
ment of diplomatic relations be-
tween Prime Minister Gandhi's
country and the State of Israel
would be in keeping with India's
traditions and lofty ideals."
The telegram from Mr. Epstein
Continued on Page 6-A
Austria Chiefs
Vow Battle On
Anti-Semitism
DR. JOHN SLAWSON
Crowing Concern
VIENNA (JTA' Two of
Austria's top political leaders as-
sured Dr. John Slawson, executive
vice chairman of the American
Jewish Committee, that their par-
ties were committed to fighting
neo Nazism and anti-Semitism in
Bonn Makes Final
Reparations Report
AT CHAI' ANNIVERSARY DINNER
Israel Bonds to Launch
\66 Campaign Sunday
BONN (JTA) The West
German Government took formal
notice this week of the completion
of the West German Israel repara-
tions agreement signed at Luxem-
bourg, in 1952. with publication by
the Ministry of Economics of a
statement of the payments made
to the State of Israel under that
pact, and to former German na-
tions also resettled in Israel under
various West German restitution
and compensation laws.
18 branched menorah to
as the Israel Menorah of
dedicated by Shimon
Is consul general for
t niled States, at the
Miami-Israel "thai" Anni-
i:er on Sunday night
he r'ontainebleau Hotel.
>>l Israel Of Greater >
ise exemplary efforts |
ave aided its develop
|t m the first 18 years of its
ice, will be invited to be
| Kindle the new Menorah
Irving Lehman, spiritual
I Temple Emanu El. will
the major role which Miamians
have taken in the upbuilding of
Israel, 18 leading citizens of the
community will be cited as Life
Honorees of Israel. The citations
will be conferred upon them by
Consul Yallon. Joining in the
ceremony will be Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz, spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Ner Tamid.
Heading the dinner committee
are Rabbi Leon Kronish. chairman
of the Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization, under whose auspices
Continued on Page 10-A
The Government statement sig-
naled completion of the repara-
tions payments of three billion
marks iS750,O(X).OO!)) it had under
taken in the Luxembourg agree
incut The Ministry reported pay-
ments to Israel in foods and
servta Of 3.450.000.000 marks
($861,250,000).

n in conducting the cere-
These payments, it said, had
permitted resettlement of about
500,000 Jewish refugees in Is-
rael. In addition to the repara-
tions payments to Israel, the
Ministry reported, West Ger-
many has provided goods and
LIST OF CRUELTIES REPORTED
services to the value of 2,400,-
000,000 marks ($600,000,000) on
account of compensation and
other claims of former German
citizens resettled in Israel.
The Ministry noted that, of the
reparations to Israel. 1,500.000.000
marks ($375,000,000) was paid to
Britain by West Germany out of
German sterling credits, to cover
the shipment of oil to Israel. The
balance of the reparations pay-
ments covered delivery of 60 ships,
machinery and other capital goods
an1' "qui""""'1 and services.
The Ministry of Economics
pouued to a considerable increase
in German-Israel commercial trade
following the signing of the repara-
tions agreement. Israeli exports to
West Germany went from 400.000
marks (tSlOO.000) in 1953 to 206.
000.000 marks (S51.500.000) in 1965.
German exports to Israel rose from
20.600.000 marks ($5,150,000) in
1953 to 256.000.000 marks ($64,000.
000) in 1965 These figures do not
include arms deliveries to Israel
made under an undisclosed ar-
rangement.
Austria. The two are Vice Chan-
cellor Bruno Pitterman. head of
the Socialist Party, and Dr. Alfred
Maleta. of the Peoples Party, who
is president of Austria's National
Assembly.
In a conference with the twa
men. Dr. Slawson told them thi-
week there is "a growing concern
over anti-Semitic and neo-Nazi in-
cidents in Austria." He said thai
recent court decisions clearin;
avowed Nazis, and the timid reac-
tion of the Austrian Government
in dealing with anti-Semitism in
the recent elections were casting
"serious doubts on the Austrian
people's desire for democracy, and
was seriously undermining Aus-
tria's reputation."
Dr. Slawson met also with
other Austrian cabinet officials.
Continued on Page 3-A
1
In another ceremony reflecting
Exchange Prisoner With UAR
'- w
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Ouinii
Schfcsinger
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel and
Egypt exchanged six prisoners this
week at a border point, in an
agreement reached after interven-
tion by the United Nations Secre-
tariat in New York.
Israel handed over three Egyp-
tians who were arrested, tried and
sentenced to prison terms on es-
pionage charges. The three Israelis
, involved in the exchange were ar-
rested bv United Nations Emer
gency Force soldiers after an acci-
1 dental border crossing and were
turned over by UNEF to Egyptian
authorities. Oded Meir, David Cha-
nuka and his son, Shmuel ("hanuka,
all from Herzliah, went to a mar
ket near the Egyptian border last
August, and inadvertently crossed
a few hundred feet into Egypt,
when the UNEF soldiers arrested
1 them.
Israel immediately asked for
their release, but Egypt made
the return of the three Israelis
conditional on an Israeli agree-
ment to release three Egyptians.
Successful talks were held at the
UN secretariat headquarters in
New York on the exchange. The
Israelis reported that they had
been tortured during interroga-
tion by the Egyptians and had
been given little water and bad
food. They could hardly walk as
they crossed over into Israel.
The three Egyptians were Ka
bruk Yakobian. Khamis Abdul Ka
Continued on Page 8-A
IN MIAMI?
Rockwell
Eyes Yacht
Of Hitler
An attempt is being made
by George Rockwell's Amer-
ican Nazi Party to acquire
Hitler's former yacht, now
believed moored here in
Miami, for use as a seagoing
headquui lei -
The 85-foot pleasure craft,
built especially for Hitler,
was purchased by Americans
alter the war, and brought
to the United States. Hock
well has been quoted as slat
ing that he has found some-
one willing to help finance
the purchase.
Hitler's yacht would again
fly the Nazi ensign, accord
ing to Rockwell's plans
Rockwell indicated he would
seek to spread Nazism from
port to port, in America and
abroad. It was reported here
that he is seeing an inter
national Nazi crew, including
World War II German naval
personnel who may want to
keep Nazism alive aboard
Hitler's yacht.

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* Jew!sit ncrkJiar
Page 3-A
Sinai Names Gertner Executive V.P. L^r^
Highlighting the annual meeting
l Mount Sinai Hospital last Thurs-
day evening was the announcement
:hat Samuel Gertner, executive di-
rector, will also become executive
,-ice president.
Leonard L. Abess, president of
Mount Sinai, made the announce-
iciil on behalf of the board of
- stating that "since Mr.
Gertner came to us in 1949, he has
made an outstanding contribution
- i xecutive director of our hos-
pital and to this community.
"His record of performance
iis accomplishments in stim-
jlating and coordinating the
oolicics of the hospital and in
yuiding the growth of Mount
from a SS-bed unit to to-
day's medical complex of 477
oeds is more than worthy of this
y?e of recognition, which we
re happy to bestow upon him,"
Abess declared.
also said that "this is the
men honor conferred on a
i] executive director in this
SAMUU GERTNER
area" and that "Mr. Gertner will
continue in this role with addition
al authority and responsibilities."
At the meeting, Abess was re-
elected as president of the hos-
pital, with Max Orovitz, chairman
of the board; J. Gerald Lewis, vice
chairman of the board; Baron de
Hirsch Meyer, honorary president;
Max V. Cogen, vice president; Sam-
uel J. Heiman, vice president;
Ernest Janis, vice president; Jos-
eph M. Lipton. vice president; Dan
B. Ruskin, vice president; Leonard
A. W'ien, secretary; David I'. Cats-
man, assistanl secretary; Sam A.
Goldstein, assistant secretary; Sam-
uel C. Levenson, treasurer; A. ('.
line, assistant treasurer; Paul R.
Gordon, assistant treasurer.
Elected as a new trustee for
the coming year at the meeting
was Benjamin Meyers, with the
following 15 Trustees re-elected
for three-year terms: Leonard L.
Abess, James M. Albert, Shep-
ard Broad, Leo A. Chaikin, Isa-
dore Hecht, Sam J. Heiman,
Howard Kane, Joseph M. Lip-
ton, Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes,
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Hank
Meyer, Joseph M. Rom, John N.
Serbin, Carl Susskind and Mil-
ton Weiss.
Twenty-three additional trustees
remain in office on a three-year ro-
tating basis.
Appointed by the board as life
trustees were Jacob Sher and Wil-
liam D. Singer.
Vustrians \ow Battle Against Bias
Continued from Page 1-A
and with members of the Edu-
>n Ministry. He discussed the
iduction into Austria of a
program to promote political and
civic education for democracy,
imilar to one the American
Jewish Committee sponsors in
Germany in cooperation with the
Institute for International Edu-
cation and the West German
Government.
Dr. Slawson was received by
Franziscus Cardinal Koenig, Cath-
lic Archbishop of Vienna. Dr.
a-on, who arrived here after
isiting West Germany and West
in lor 10 days, expressed the
in Jewish Committees

lo the Catholic prelate for
ter's efforts i" the recent
E tumenical ( ouncil on be-
of the final passage of a de-
ich i< pudiatcd the charge
ctive guill of the Jewish
I he death of Jesus.
kfurt, Dr. Slawson un
bust Of i'rol Max j!
.: Jewish social scientist,
itj and L'niversitj Library
ikfurt. Participants in those
.ceremonies, in addition to Dr.
Horkhelmer, included the pres
Ident and prime minister ot i li^
German State of Hesse, and the
mayor of Frankfurt.
During his stay in West Ger-
many. Dr. Slawson reported that
Jewish communal leaders in West
Germany had told him that anti-
Semitic banner headlines in neo-
Nazi newspapers were "definitely
one of the reasons for the rise of
violent anti-Semitic incidents in
the Federal Republic. He cited the
National und Soldatenzeitung by
name as one such paper.
He said he had urged West
German officials to develop and
present a positive program to
the public, to combat the growth
of neo-Nazi and anti-Semitic in-
cident. Such a step, he stated,
would rot only be the best way
to allay "growing concern" in-
side West Germany and abroad,
but would also be the best pos-
sible demonstration that the
West Gorman Gcvernment will
not tolerate a resurgence of the
Nazi ideology that brought "un-
told tragedy" to the world and to
Germany.
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President of Temple Ner Tami-i,
Murray A. Shaw, has announC'.-i
that the concluding lecture of the
adult education series will be held
on Wednesday, 8:15 p.m..
Guest lecturer will be Dr. .'-.
Kalian, executive director of Isra I
Bonds, Southeastern United Stati -,
who will speak on Jewish St -
vival the Land of Israel. T I
People of Israel."
lb' expressed particular concern
over the growing support in recent
elections to the new neo Nazi
group, the National Democratic
I'arty.
Dr. Karl Overbcck. of the Westi
German Foreign Office cultural de-
partment, told Dr. Slawson that the
Government would try to broaden
a program aimed at strengthening
West German democratic institu-
tions through adaptation of meth-
ods used in the United States.
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Volume 39
Friday. April 15. 1966
25 Nisan 5726
Number 15
Mine. Gandhi Shows
Petulant Immaturity
It began to become clear to her
that not all his critics were neces-
sarily short on patriotism.
tars. Indira Ganafai has long
been noted for her bad manners.
She was a devoted daughter to her
icte father, Prune Miruster Nehru.
True to her image, she was at his
side at the very moment of his col-
lapse.
For years, she confused patriot-
ism and devotion to her father as
virtually one and the same thing.
Stories abound betraying Mme.
Gandhi's impossible temperament,
her cold and brutal stare, and her
predilection for crushing everyone
and anyone who did not do what
she considered to be proper obeis-
ance to Nehru.
When her father took over, it
seemed Mme. Nehru would finally
have a field day. Strangely, by then,
a modicum of calculation seized hold
of her otherwise unbridled person-
ality; she began, indeed, to distin-
guish between her father and her
country.
This none too popular view of Mme. Nehru
may tend to shed some light on India's shock-
ing diplomatic behavior the other week when
Israel President Shazar stopped over in Cal-
cutta on his way home from a state visit to
NepaL
For years. India has recognized Israel's
independence, but she has steadfastly refused
to establish diplomtic relations. The roots of
the difficulty are enmeshed in what has been
laughably known as India's "neutrality." This
image, fashioned by ultra-leftist Krishna Menon
and his followers, was never challenged until
Menon, himself, was challenged and unseated
as a United Nations hero.
Indira Gandhi always regarded Menon as
a hero of her own.
India has since suffered numerous disap-
pointments in her torturous neutralism. The
insult to Shazar and to Israel was absolutely
unnecessary. For the leader of a great nation,
it was a repeat imge of Prime Minister Gandhi's
petulance and immaturity.
A First Birthday
The annual meeting of the YM and WHA of
Sreater Miami on Sunday evening will mark
the first anniversary of the "Y" in its new facil-
ities at 8500 SW 8th St.
The meeting will be just cause for celebra-
tion. The new "Y" boasts fnrilrties that are a
credit to this Jewish community organization.
After having spent years in outmoded and
inadequate quarters, the "Y" can now point to
one of the most elaborate sites here for a leis-
uretfme program geared to fill the needs of all
members of the community, from tiny tot to
Golden Age.
Headed by a long list of faculties, ranging
from one of the largest swimming pools in Flor-
ida to handball, tennis, basketball and baseball
fields, the activities at the YM and WHA are
now virtually unceasing, including Saturdays,
which feature a weekend Oneg Shabbat.
The annual meeting will take place in the
"Y" Main Ballroom, by now a major community
gathering hall for such gala functions. In all,
the first birthday at the new facility on Sunday,
in addition to taking care of the agency's offi-
cial business, should serve as a source of satis-
faction for those lonq identified with the "Y's"
well-rewarded effort to "come of age."
Honor to Sam Gertner
Mount Sinai Hospital's annual meeting last
week deservedly recognized Samuel Gertner.
its executive director, wilh his new appoint-
ment as executive vice president of the hospital.
This first such honor conferred on a hos-
pital executive director in our area comes after
more than fifteen years of Mr. Gertner's out-
standing service to Mount Sinai.
During this period, the hospital has grown
from a 55-bed unit on lower Alton Rd. to today's
medical complex of 477 beds in a plant con-
servatively estimated at $15 million on Collins
Island just off the Julia Turtle Causeway and
with easy access to Greater Miami.
Under his directorship, and supported by a
dedicated staff and visionary community lead-
ers. Mount Sinai has evolved to become a
health center ministering to the needs of both
residents and tourists a center featuring re-
search, teaching, and continuing medical
progress.
Mr. Gertner has played an influential role
in the achievement of these goals, at the same
time serving a variety of professional organ-
izations in his field, including the Florida Hos-
pital Association, as president in 1964; and as
national consultant to Four Freedoms, retire-
ment organization of the AFL-CIO, on hospital
and nursing home construction and adminis-
tration, among others.
In recognizing Mr. Gertner's many achieve-
ments and elevating him to executive vice
president. Mount Sinai Hospital does honor to
a professional whose service is part of the
very fabric of the hospital's historic progress.
CJA's Worldwide Help
As the joyous celebration of Passover ends,
we are reminded that the miracle of deliver-
ance can continue indeed be accelerated
if this community and others across the land
meet their quotas for the United Jewish Appeal.
Here, in Greater Miami, the UJA receives
approximately 50 percent of our annual Com-
bined Jewish AppeaL which now is just
S250.000 shy of its minimum 1966 goal of
SI,566,666.
Your increased gift to the Greater Miami
Combined Jewish Aopeal today will aive life
and hope fo future citizens of Israel in this year
of "Chai." It will aive freedom to Jews all over
the world. CJA is the way.
Soviet Union Has
Yiddish Apologist
By S. J. GOLDSMITH
London
THE LATEST issue of Sovietish Heimland. the Yiddish monthly of
the Union of Soviet Writers, carries a bibliographv of an-e^'tin*
interest. It covers the decade 1955-1965 and it gives title, circulation
and language of each book. Abba Finkelstein. who preparea :n<;
bibliography, has put us all in his debt.
A total of 291 books by Jewish writers appeared in the Soviet
Union in the decade under review. They were written by 98 indi-
vidual authors and enjoyed a total circulation of 26.006.000. People
do read in the Soviet Union; in this respect, thev are far ahead of
the "West. *"*"
And now comes a crushing fact, which would have been unbeliev-
able if it were not supported by figures, diligently collected by a
literary- statistician. Only two of this total of nearly 30 titles appeared
in their Yiddish original. The rest appeared in translation from man-
uscript, most of them into Russian and the rest into other languages
used in the Soviet Union by various ethnic groups Ukrainian
Russian, Lithuanian. Altogether, the 98 Yiddish authors had the. 291
books translated into 15 languages.
The exceptions, the two which were published in their Yi
originals, were the anthology "This Is How We Live." a colli
of short stories and descriptive pieces of reporting by a scon
hands, edited by Aaron Vergelis. the editor-in-chief of SovietlsrP!:*
land, and an illustrated edition of Mendele.
e
TMATMCHT Of YIDDISH M0 ACCIDINT
HAD OCCASION to make reference to 'This is How We Live" in
' an earlier essay. Masha Rolnik's Diary' appeared in its Yiddish
original in Warsaw by Yiddish Buch while the Moscow
was a translation from the original into Russian.
This treatment of Yiddish cannot possibly be an accident or lack
of demand for Yiddish writing. Nearly 500.000 Jews gave Yi
as their mother tongue during the last census of populatior
there must be many more who read Yiddish, which is still the off
language of the Jewish ethnic group. Only it is not treated liki
other official minority languages.
Again, every Yiddish performance by a local or visiting group
plays to packed halls, with many disappointed people unable t
admission. Surely, they must know Yiddish if they are so keer.
Yiddish theater in a country replete with good theaters in Rl
and other languages.
The Russian translations from the Yiddish were all publish* i
in huge editions, some reaching circulations of 100.000 and even
200.000. Only the Yiddish volume was kept down to a measly 15.000
(by Russian standards, next to nothing) and Mendele rated
30.000.
Not only novels, poetry and literary criticism were rendered inli
Russian before they were permitted to see the light of day. but even
children's stories, the most intimate literary form, did not appear ,n
their original. In one or two cases the translators are given but n it
the authors. Here we probably have translated folklore which
not permitted to appear in the original.
e e
THIS IS fOtKIBU ASSIMIIATIOM
yjE ARE OFTEN told that Soviet Russia was an atheist state and
therefore not given to pampering religions, including the Jewish
religion. But here is secular writing, mostly good Communist writing
in the best tradition of Soviet literature, in some cases models il
Socialist realism, and yet they had to be translated before publication
and the originals were put away.
This is forcible assimilation, of course. There is no other i
for it. True, everything of value is translated into Russian, but only-
after the work in its original is on the bookstalls. The Kalmyks Wvul I
not stand for it if it were otherwise.
There seems to be a tendency- in Soviet Russia nowadays to
Yiddish as well as Hebrew, as languages capable of arousing the li
est emotions in a Jew. of making him feel his roots. In olden d;
only Hebrew was considered to do that to a Jew. And In order to
make doubly sure. Yiddish was given a new orthography, with tha
Hebrew words in phonetic spelling. But it does not seem to work
nearly 50 years after the Revolution. From their point of view, the
Soviet experts are right.
Yiddish still has a magical hold over Jews, however steeped .n
Russian culture they may be Normally this is supposed to be a
sign and a positive phenomenon with Soviet ethnic groups eJrfii |
the Jews. In this respect, the old Czarist maxim of "Krorae Yevrce'-
'Except the Jews") still seems to operate: though one would like
be charitable and assume that Mr. Kosvgin and his colleagues do not
notice it.
=>
CHUf APOLOGIST fO* JW$ HPOUC1
-
COVieTlSH HEIMLAND editor Vergelis does, apparently. He is now
publishing his travelogue of a journey to Poland. Vergelis ha?
shown before, when he wrote travel notes from France, that he is cot
Benjamin the Fourth (the first two were famous travelers; the third
was Mendele's hero who went in search of the Red Jews not Soviet,
just Jews with red beards of the Sambatyon.
This explanation is given with apologies to all those who know
it already. The stuff makes dull reading. Yet, his Polish notes are
significant. He keeps on harping on the institutions' of Polish Jews.
their press, their publishing house ("they publish more Jewish book*
than the West," he says, rightly), and you can see the green shade
of envy between the lines.
While we are on Soviet writing, Valeri Tarsis, the. expatriate
Soviet writer who is here now. quietly lecturing at Leicester ffr}:
versity, after the fuss and bother of his arrival, is a case sui generis
and has nothing whatsoever to do with the Jewish position in the
Soviet Union. He is of course Jewish. He looks and acts like the
classical type of a Russian-Jewish intellectual, humor and all. but
there the Jewish aspect ends. He never acted as a Jew. and his writings
are universal. Let it be said for the Soviet writers and prdpogamli-t-.
who run out of swear words and end up in froth when they deal with
Valeri Tarsis, that they have scrupulously ignored Taisjs's Je
ness and Jewish name, and never as much as implied that his
would in any w^v have anything to do with his attifodes* arid whatj
they call "mad ravings." We should acknowledge this though "' *'
are entitled to expect it. We do not always get it. even in the WfT<


Friday. April 15, 1966
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Mercantile L nit Sets
Eye on Meeting Goal
Increased pledges are the order of the day as
members of the Temple Israel CJA Dial-a-
Thon committee man telephones at the offices
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. On
hand to help in the congregational effort in-
itated by Dr. Joseph R. Narot. Synagogue Di-
vision chairman for the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, are seated (left to right) Mrs. Betty Gott-
lieb, Paul Barnett, Ed Blumenthal, Mrs. Mol-
lie Kohn and Myron Zeintz. Standing (left to
right) are Irving Seidel and Alvin Cassel.
High-Rise'ers Drive for CJA
Daniel Neal Heller, former na-
tional commander of the Jewish
War Veterans of the United States
of America, will speak at the an-
nual CJA breakfast for residents
of Forte Towers and Forte Towers
North on Sunday, Apr. 17, at 10
a.m., in the recreation room of
Forte Towers North.
Heller, who is co-chairman with
Byron J. Tqpol of the residents
and High-Rise Division of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, is a member
of the board of governors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and active in numerous other com-
I munity organizations.
Co-chairmen for the breakfast
I are Nat L. Newman and Sol Silver.
Committee members include Na-
than Blum, David Finkelstein, Sam- man
' uel Gold. Jacob Hauser, Charles------
Holt/, Samuel Kerker, Bernard H.
I.ibcrman, Samuel Oxenberg, Na-
than Pearlstein, Joseph D. Richter,
Samuel J. Rubin and Irving Weiss
iirmanshi|
.. i im S Ruben,
Jon Marsh, and Joseph E.
if Burdinc s, the Men
tile Division of Combined Jewish
Appeal on Wednesday passed the
S90.000 mark towards its 1966
quota of SI 10,000.
The figures reflect an increase
of 10 per cent over the amount
raised by the Mercantile Division
during the. 1965 campaign, and also
represent a percentage increase in
gifts of 33 per cent. Associate
chairmen of the Mercantile Divis-
ion arc Herman Hammer, of Jor-
dan Marsh, and Louis I. Davis, of
Burdine's.
Ruben and Brooks announced
that several groups of the div-
ision hava exceeded last year's
| figures, including retail and
i department stores, co-chaired by
! Murray Friedman, Saks Fifth
Avenue, and Bernard J. Kemp-
ler of Sears; home furnishings,
co-chaired by Hy Lipiin. of
j Richards, and Maxwell H. Weis-
blatt, of Jordan Marsh; and
shoes, chaired by Roy S. Bowen,
| Sr., of Bowen Shoe Corporation.
Both the Home Furnishings and
i Shoe Groups already have regis-
cent

ianoff, co-chairmen
and ir.iiu-.ti ii di\ isions, la j l<
Mercantile Division "'for a -
did example in setting the pace
for this year's campaign. The lead-
ership of Bill Ruben and Joe
Brooks and their associate and
group chairmen is setting a stan-
dard for the entire CJA drive."
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I to preside at a five-day conference
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Coca-Cola Yields to Arabs on Israel SSH2islIj
JTA The Israel would not be profitable. comber, 1964. Tempo Soft Drinks countries of comparable popula- Continued from Pant 1 a
!, ^"L^l C!ia'. Informed sources SUMMi C- "f Israel applied for a fran- liol, thc minimum S1.000.000 in-......... ..............
YORK JTA The
.1 > Compan; larged
wick with yielding to the
' lei in denying
me bratli hoi;.
pany.
In the initial development, a
the firm confirmed
I {ton that it had refused
h sell its famous soft drink in
- d that the action
based on a '"business jud'-
ment" That sale of Coca Cola in
Israel would not be profitable.
Informed sources suggested
then however, that the huge vol-
ume of sales in Egypt, Lebanon
and other Arab states could have
influenced the American com-
pany's decision. Threats from
Beirut and Cairo were cited, if
the firm provided Israelis with
the soft drink.
The spokesman said that in De-
Marshall Harris Seeks House Seat
-hall S. Harris. Miami attor-
n*j and businessman, is a candi-
< n the Democratic Primary on
3 for election to the Florida
i ise of Representatives in Dade
t unty Group 19.
ner in the law firm
< nd Robinson, with of-
uni. and is vice p
id member o
< leral Savings
Harris is 34 and lives with his
Harriet and their three
children, Steven 6 Jennifer 5,
d Andrew 1 at 4725 Pine Dr.,
'' iami.
th '
from 1956 to 1958
111 the occupation forces in

a graduate of Harvard
( liege where he received a BS
v th honor-. 1953. and of Harvard
1 '. School, where he won an LI.B.
For two years, he has been a
r mber of the Florida Bar Com-
tte on Continuing Legal Edu
< on, which he has served for
years. He is also a lecturer
if ihe University of Miami exten
course of Law for Women.
Harris has played an active vol
U teer role in attempting to co-
ordinate current efforts of the
[ onomie Opportunity Program.
with those of local public and
ate ardencies to assure max
i im efficiency in Dado's war on
poverty. He is vice chairman of
thc L'nited Fund's budget commit-
tee panel on child care.
A- a part of his interest in in-
creased economic opportunity for
low income person, he has served
for six years as vice president and
a member of the hoard of J
Vocational Service, which has a
:ng and job train-
program involving some 2.000
>ple annually on a non-sectai
iational vice president
of the Jewish Occupational Coun-
Among other civic efforts,
Harris serves as assistant treas-
urer and a member of the board
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, is vice president of
the YM and YWHA of Greater
Miami, and a member of the
Youth Leadership Cabinet of
United Jewish Appeal.
Harris has been honored with
the Florida Supreme Court Award
of 1965 'for outstanding services
to the bar." the President's Lead-
ership Award of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation in 1962.
and has received the L'nited Fund's
Good Guy Award for the past two
years.
Harris has been a permanent
Dade County resident since 1944.
His wife, the former Harriet Lip-
ton, is a native of Dade County.
This is the first time he has offered
himself for public office
cemher. 1964. Tempo Soft Drinks
Co of Israel applied for a fran
cfiise He said that in January.
1965. "we advised the applicant
that as a result of a careful study
of his presentation'' thc American
firm concluded that economic and
market conditions in Israel "were
not yet such" as would make pos
sible a profitable operation in Is-
rael. The spokesman added that
the company had informed the Is-
raeli firm that it had taken the
same position about a number of
other applications which would get,
consideration "when economic con-;
ditions justify it."
The spokesman also disclosed
that "on several occasions" it had
informed Arnold Forster. general
counsel of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith about the
matter and had "assured him" its
stand had nothing to do with "pol-
itical considerations." U.S. Com-
merce Department sources said
visions of the Ex-
introl Act "lacked teeth" for
< the
had -aid no political con-
siderations were involved.
Then the ADL spoke out on
the issue, asserting that the
Coca-Cola stand was motivated
by "the Arab boycott." Weigh-
ing ail the factors at hand, "the
ADL said, the conclusion was
"not unreasonable" that the com-
pany had concealed "the real
reason." The ADL said that "we
are forced to the conclusion that
the Arab boycott is the likeliest
reason."
The ADL said that the American
firm had listed three criteria for
franchises: that a company seeking
a franchise must make an invest-
ment of SI.000.000 minimum, that
the company must make only Coca-
Cola and no other soft drink and
that, in Israels case, financial feas-
ibility was in doubt.
The ADL said the criteria wore
"obvious nonsense" The ADL
noted that there were 31 Coca-
Cola bottlers in the Near East and
Middle East It also noted that in
COMER.
Don't tell us that Canadian
lovers are wedded to the
Canadians they've been drinking.
They're not.
We know.
Because Canadian lovers
are cutting old ties and buying
Canadian LordCalvert.
For one reason. They like it.
They should.
We may be new here, but
we've been making fine-Canadian
whisky for Canadians for years.
Imported Canadian Lord
Calvert isn't as expensive as it
tastes. We bottle it here. If we
bottled it in Canada,we'd have
to charge you about SI more
a fifth.
You ought to try it right now.
Before our corner has arrived.
IMIVKIIIX. WUJIAN Will :kV-.\ BUM) MHXM IMI-ORII I) BV CAfcVERT BIST CO..N.Y.C
countries of comparable popula-
tion, the minimum SI.000.000 in
vestment had not been required of
bottlers receiving franchise.
It cited a company in El Sal-
vador that began bottling in 1965
with a capitalization of $200,000
and a Kuwait bottler who was
granted a franchise in 1953 with
total assets of $280,000.
The Tempo firm was shown to
have a net worth of $500,000 and
owns a plant expected to have a
net worth of SI.750.000. the ADL
said. On the basis of stieh farts,
the ADL said, thc facts "seem
strongly to indicate that, while
submitting to thc Arab boycott.
Coca-Cola assiduously attempted to
camouflage its submission as a
pure non-political, economic de
cision "
stated: "We are ;; a loss I ,
stand how the Government of ir,.
dia, whose stated aim i- the chair
pioning of justice, pre
aggression and fostering
maintains its anti-Israel ttand to
curry favor with the Arab state
and give aid and comfort to the.
belligerency, contrary to th-
and charter of the United Nation-
undermining the cause of world
tranquility "
Mr. Torczvfier made hi- state
ment at a rally in his honor of th~
metropolitan district of thr Z0A
The guest speaker was U.S. Under-
secretary of Labor John f
ning. Identifying himself a- a !<
low Zionist." he told thi
that Israel was justified in
solve to defend its security
40.000.000 hostile Arab-.
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Friday, April 15, 1966
*. Jen Iff) fhrkU&n
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*Y' Slates Annual Dinner Sunday
\ social evening is being ar-
n ed for the annual meeting of
ne YM and VW11A of Greater
Miami to be held Sunday evening
n the Main Ballroom of the "Y."
President Paul Faske said that
the emphasis will be on festivity,
ood and fun, since this will be
the celebration of the first birth-
lay of the Y' in its new facility.
he entire membership is invited
to participate and join with the
iresident, officers, board of direc-
tors and committee members on
his festive occasion. Dress will be
informal."
\ cocktail reception at 6 p.m.
i|] be followed by a full course
nme ribs of beef dinner (kash-
ruth observed) and then dancing
,, ;, popular orchestra.
Highlight of the evening will
De the special honoring of the
new trustees of the YM and
YWHA and also the presentation
0f "certificates of meritorious
achievement" to three "Y" lead- I
PAUL FASKE
ers "for their outstanding serv-
ices during the past year."
Those honored will be Marshall
Harris, Jack Katzman and Jackl
Shenkman.
Arrangements for the annual
meeting are being handled by the
membership and membership rela-
tions committee. Chairman Allen
Kornblum is supervising the pro-
gram.
The annual meeting this year
will also serve as a high point in I
the 1966 membership enrollment
campaign.
Slate Of YM and YWHA officers
for the 196667 term who will be
are president. Paul Faske: Honor-
ary president. Ilerschel Rosenthal;
installed at the annual meeting
vice presidents, Mrs. Jack Katz-
man, Marshall S. Harris. Norton
I'allot. William S. Ruben, and Sam
Seitlin; treasurer. James Breslow;
associate treasurer. Jack Shenk-
man; recording secretary. 1-eon E-
stein; corresponding secretary.
Michael Salmon: financial secre
tary. .Milton Balsam.
Harpers Article Studies U.S. Jews
YM and YWHA board of di-
rectors for 19661968 are Fred
August, Milton Balsam, Mrs. Ray
Berrin, Lionel Bosem, Richard I.
Brickman, A. Budd Cutler, Irwin
G. Christie, Irving Denmark,
Leon A. Epstein, Paul Faske,
Mrs. Dorothy K. Fink, Mrs. Louis
Glasser, Marshall S. Harris, Sam
J. Heiman, Isadore Herskowiti,
Milton Jasper, Mrs. Solomon
Kann, Leon Kaplan, Allan Korn-
blum, Morris Levitt, Leonard
Luria, Norton Pallot, Herschel
Rosenthal, William S. Ruben,
Fred K. Shochet, Isidore B. Sim-
kowitz, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Byron ,
Topol, Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs.
Arthur Roth.
Board members previously elect-
ed whose terms expire in 1967 are
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. James
Breslow, Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
Seymour Gelber, Marvin H. Gill- j
man. Mrs. Harry Gordon. Eugene
B. Katz, Jack Katzman, Mrs. Jack
Katzman, Mrs. Ben Kazer, Harry
Mizrach, Herbert G. Paige, Donald
Reiff, Michael II. Salmon, Dr. Phil-
ip Samct. Jack Schcnkman. S
Seitlin, Stewart L. Sunness, I.'
G. Wechsler, Irving Wexler, Ma i
Woolin.
YM and YWHA board ol <
tors, one-year term. 1966 1967 i
Stanley Arkin, Dr. Sol Center, M -
theu i ; er, Morton Fellman, 1
Raven, Oscar Rosenstrauch, i -
ford Suchman Robert Sussman
Continued from Page 1-A
han 600 rituals of Orthodox
-m.
The editor gives a brief descrip-
the early German Jewish
. iers to the United States,
..... flood of East European
haa taken the half-century
,. i'or these diverse cultural
, to be blended into anything
csembling a sense of common
lent it j among American Jews and
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no one is yet agred as to precisely ;
what this is."
The editor records that Zionism,
long one of the "most divisive is
sues" in American Jewish life, has
not been a matter for much argu
ment since Israel's emergence in
'and the subsequent discov-
ery that hardly any American le' s
wanted to exchange their accus
tomed comforts for the rigors ol
pioneer life."
Reporting on the "arm twist-
ing" which is the core of Jewish
fund-raising, Mios Sinders said
that "in the end, the justifica-
tion of course is the acknowl-
edged excellence of Jewish phil-
anlhiopic services."
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she pinpointed her conclusions
about the motivation for Jewish il it vanished,
survival ith an anecd
i.us\ Jewish volunti
side bj si le with
hi lilor :!. it
w< re .il'
she I ad with i I and that "1
we lead a
ghetto existence.'
She did not sound unhappy
about it. This cheerful attitude,
which l found predominant, casts
doubt on the theory that the fear
of rejection is the sole reason why
.!. ws huddle together."
One basic reason, she added,
was the fear of Jewish parents
of their children marrying non-
Jews. The "classic way to pre-
vent this is to make sure they
don't meet any, particularly in
their mating years."
Discussing "the verve and even
the special contentiousness that
permeate all Jewish activities," the
editor concludes that "this is in-
deed .i special culture, however
American in its manifestations and
the country would be the poorer
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HUMAN WflSMAN
/7VF Names
Attorney
President
By Special Report
Hcram L. Wcisman, New York
attorney. Zionist and communal
leader, was elected president of
the Jewish National Fund of Amer-
ica at a special meeting of the JNF
board of directors in New York
City.
Weisman succeeds the late Max
Bressler. whh passed away in
Miami Beach on Feb. 15.
Chairman of the National Exe-
cutive Council of the Zionist
Organization of America, Wcisman
has been active in Jewish life for
many years. He was president of
the Brandeis Youth Institute, chair-
man of the Executive Council of
the United Palestine Appeal, na-
tional chairman of UJA, and na-
tional chairman of the Commission
on Law and Social Legislation of
the American Jewish Congress.
He is a graduate of Harvard Uni-
versity Law School, was an as-
sistant attorney general of New
York State, and has held other
important legal posts.
Israel, Egypt
In Exchange
Of Prisoners
Continued from Page 1-A
dcr and Hussein F.I Whawuiu Ya-
kobian^an Armenian liorn in
Bgypt.^Has sent 10 spy In Israel,
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South juicrica in 1961. He settled
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army, and was about to be married
when he was arrested in 1963 after
having freen shadowed for months
by the Israeli security services. He
lyes1, convicted and sent to prison
for 18 years.
I The two other men also were
scnl to Israel by Egyptian intelli-
gence. They were arrested in 1955
and 1958, respectively, and re-
ceived prison terms of 12 years and
15 years.
Meir said he was considering
seeking damages from the United
Nations for the treatment he re-
ceived when he and his two com-
panions were arrested by UN
Emergency Force troops, when
they strayed over the border into
Egypt.
Mr. Meir charged that, when he
and his companions crossed into
Egyptian territory, Swedish UN
troops approached, laughing and
"guzzling beer." and poked fun at
the Israelis. He asserted that the
UN soldiers promised to send them
back to Israel but, instead, turned
them over to the Egyptians. He
described in detail the tortures to
which the Egyptians subjected him.
U.S. Constitution Discussed
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Friday, April IS, |
966
'66 Bond Campaign to Open
Doctor's Role In Medicare i'-'-o.ed by Temple i
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Continued from Page 1-A
the c'hai'' dinner will be held:
Mrs. Anna Brenr.er Meyers, chair-
man of the Women's Division:
Samuel Friedland and Leonard
Rosen, honorary chairmen; and
Sidney D. Ansin. dinner chairman
The C'hai" dinner will officially
launch the 1966 Israel Bond drive
in Greater Miami. The goal for this
year's drive is expected to exceed
lasl year's record-breaking S2.750.-
000 in bond salts
Mrs. Iyponard Rosen will be in-
stalled chairman of the Israel Bond
Women's Division, suceeding Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, who be-
comes Florida State Women's Div-
ision chairman. Joining in the in-,
stallation ceremony wifl be Rabbi
Mayer A'nramowitz. spiritual lead-
er of Temple Menorah.
YALLLON
RABBI KRONISH
dins film industry in Florida, has
served as a consultant to Israel's
film industry.
Guest speaker will be Arthur
M. Schlesinger, who was a top
advisor to the late President
Kennedy and to President John-
son. Schlesinger, author of the
current best seller, "A Thousand
Days: John F. Kennedy in the
White House," will speak on
"The Frontiers of Freedom."
medicine al M ori
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Dr. David J. Lehman will discus- M|jt.a, c,)rps ','"> Army
The Physician's Role in Medicare" as chief of medicine m i
on Wednesday, 8 p.m.. at a social' Hospital.
THE SOUTHS LARGEST BUICK DEALER
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Anthony Quinn. film star, now Mrs Vallon will be hosts at a tra-
making "The Innocents" in Miami. ..
will be the recipient of the Florida-',f,,t,onal reception of state al the
Israel Cultural Award. Quinn. who Fontainebleau. The reception will
is among the pioneers of the bud-' be at six and the dinner at 6:30.
40 Jews are Elected
To British Parliament

FIRST
1966
ANSIN
MRS. ROSEN
Zfsquif's Absence
Hurts Nefmen
Vi -liiv.-i University's tennis team
i .< York will fi ce the coming
without it-- star player, Don
Zisquit, hut Coach Eli Epstein has
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Zisquit, a Miami Beach junior.
v.ho won the M< tan Intvi-
coll i mship as
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his junior year studying :it Hebrew
lem
His los for the season and the
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LONDON' (JTA) A total of
40 Jewish candidates from both ma-
jor parties were elected to Parlia-
ment, according to results of the
nationwide elections here which
gave Prime Minister Harold WilSO
a decisive majority in the House
of Commons.
All of the Jewish candidate-
were elected in constituencies with
little or no Jewish voters, while
as with heavily Jewish popula-
tions invariably sent non-Jews to
lit.
All Fascist candidates were not
only decisively defeated in the
balloting but forfeited their de-
posits in every case. Deposits are
forfeited when the candidate re-
ceives less than one eighth of
the total votes cast in the con-
stituency.
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were both of the Jewi h
who held seats in
the 1:
S
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on.
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cluded Emanuel Shinwell. Sir Bar-
netl Janner, Sir Meyer Galpern,
Maurice Edelman. Ian Mikardo.
Manns Upton, Sam and Jon Silkln,
David Weitzman, John Diamond.
Leslie and Harold Lever. John
Mendelson, Julius Silverman, David
Guinstx '. ii ice Orbach, G<
Jeger, Austin Albu, Frank Allaun,
Jot i Barnett, Reginald Frecson, K.
Lyons, Dr. Kerr and Sydnej Silver-
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World Jewish Congress in Britain.
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* Jewislh ftrrndiiaiin
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[ \S. Eyes New Assistance to Arabs
RINGTON (JTA) Gen.
Paul D. Adams, commander in
Chief of United Slates forces in the
East and in portions of ^
Africa and Asia, testified before
Ihc House Foreign Affairs Com-
mittee that the United States, dur-
1967 fiscal year will have!
active military assistance pro-
grams" in Saudi Arabia, Jordan.
Lebanon, Syria, Yemen and Iraq.
in testimony released by the,
Committee, Gen. Adams requested
| KI.0O0 for "material and
training" in the Arab states and
other (..untrlt's of the region. No,
program was listed for Israel. The
i s Commander in Chief in the
Middle East said that military as-
sistance was requested "to protect
I S ulerests in these key coun-
tries, and to help them to promote
ihi ir own goals."
Gen Adams said: "There is a
scbr'sntial training mission in
Si uc i Arabia where our prin-
i advisory effort has been
,J toward enhancing the
:y of the Saudi regular
I Since the inception of the
mil! iiy assistance program in
Arabia, many Saudi offi-
ce, s have been trained in U.S.
I schools. Of course, this
training has been a significant
factor in our military sales pro-
giarr. "
I lid Slates military aid to
u.ib nations continued to arouse
pposition. Rep. Seymour Ualpern.
sew York Republican, denounced
| the stamp of secrecy" on the new
agreement to provide U.S. super-
tonic military Jet planes to Jop
Ian. He formally requested infor-
hatii '' from the Defense Depart
tent on the transaction.
He said he had discussed the
|atter with Executive Department
ties and that it was "sur-
risiiu that the Jordan jet agree-
ment "evoked comparatively little
mention" in the public press. In
his speech on the floor of the
House, Rep Halpern said he re-
mained convinced that no matter
how selective and restricted, sales
of U.S. arms to the Arab countries
"cannot possiblj effectuate any
kind of balance in long range
terms." He declared that on the
contrary, such sales "can only
harden irresponsible attitudes, ac-
celerate arms procurement among
the other parties and so dampen
the prospects for peace.
Presumed details of the agree-
ment were reported by the Fin-
ancial Times of London in a dis-
patch from Beirut. The Times
said that the sale involved two
squadrons, totaling 24 planes, of
the F-104 jet fighters.
Al Ahram, the authoritative
cairn newspaper, expressed "sur-
prise and resentment" over the
United Slates announcement and
charged thai tin pact was "merely
a pretext" for a new United States
arms deal with Isi acl
New Element of Tension
JERUSALEM UTA) While
the official attitude ol the Israel
Government toward the United
Slates announcement ol an agree-
ment to supply jet aircraft to Jor-
dan has stressed the Government's
determination to continue its ef-
forts to maintain an arms balance i
in the Middle East region, non-1
governmental sources here are
' more outspoken. They warn that
( a new element of tension has been j
created in the area.
Reflecting this sentiment, the
Jerusalem Post stated in a front-
page editorial that tensions were
due to grow "even if the planes
are not yet due for delivery and
their numbers are not very large;
even if Jordan has no known, im-
mediate plans for attacking Israel,
and Israel has aerial defenses; and.
as the Government emphasized,
Israel will make sure thai any im-
balance that may he created will
be rectified by a parallel stepping
up of our own armaments."
The editorial stressed that
"any strengthening of any Arab
war machine may become an
additional incentive for an at-
tack on Israel."
from Egypt." the editorial pointed
out.
Egypt Spy Ships
WASHINGTON (JTAi Re-
ports have been received here
from Cairo that Egyptian and So-
viet naval cooperation has grown
in the last two years and that
Soviet war ships and fishing trawl-
ers equipped with electronic in-
telligence gear are observing
American, British, and probably
Israeli naval and merchant ship-
ping.
The Soviet spy ships have been
observed in the Red Sea and also
(iii Egypt's Meditejcanean coast.
Some of the ships are Russian fish-
ing trawlers carrying ultra modern
electronic spying devices.
Reports received here Indicated
that the main Soviet aim was sur-
veillance of the U.S. 61 h fleet in
the Mediterranean and the 7th
fleet in the Indian Ocean. But
evidence of closer Egyptian-Rus-
sian cooperation in this undertak-
ing indicated that Israeli naval and
merchant shipping operations are
also under scrutiny.
"Even though Egypt, whoso
open I v expressed threats against
Jordan have not lessened lately,
may already he crammed with
Soviet war material. Jordanian pi-
lots trained in the U.S. to use Star-
fighter planes could prove a very
considerable increase of attacking
strength in the event of an assault
by Egypt. They would be the more
dangerous as Jordan shares our
longest border with US, its airfields
are only a few minutes away from
Tel A\iv, and there is no such
cordon sanitaire between us and
them as we po sess in (he empty
Sinai desert which separates us
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NEW YORK Israels Chief
Kahhi Isser Yehudah Unterman
will he the featured guest speaker
at the annual national dinner of
the Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations of America to be held
on Sunday evening, Apr. 24, at |
the Americana Hotel in New York
City, it was announced by Moses
I. Feuerstein. national president.
Rabbi Unterman is coming to
the United States especially to ad-
dress the UOJCA dinner, which co-
incides with the celebration the
same evening of the 18th anniver-
sary of the independence of the
State of Israel.
Also scheduled to address the
major annual event of the
UOJCA, the national organiza-
tion serving 3,100 synagogues
throughout the United States
and Canada, are Dr. Israel Por-
ush, rabbi of the Great Syna-
gogue and chairman of the Beth
Din (Religious Court) of Sydney,
Australia; Rabbi Israel Miller,
president of the Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America; Feuerstein; and
Mrs. Nathan H. Wadler, pres-
ident of the UOJCA Women's
Branch.
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dustrialist and Jewish communal
leader, will be presented at the
dinner wilh the 1966 UOJCA Keth-
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of his achievements on behalf of
To rah Jewry.
Also to be honored at the din-
i ner will be prominent synagogue
leaders from various parts of the
j country who will be presented with
the UOJCA Presidents Award for
outstanding service to their syna-
I gogues and communities.
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servative. Rabbi Sol Landau Cantor '> -""'' "',' '< v'
irida) 6 and*8:18 p.m. Sermon: "Akitji '"' ."' '''^l; "" Mr :""1 Ml
I- &*fler,t^lar.*;,:.Ba* MitsvaJ* "' ".....""* "g,
tlonnle;-uauBht.T of Mr. und M4I .mr-.i
Gerald Solti. Saturda} li.m Sermon: I'NA' Raphael 1401 n*a i?2rd S
"W.-.-klv lv,rln.ii. liar Milsvali: Shel-
don, mm nf Mr. and Mrs Ruben Ivl-
non
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
doiai Rabbi Solomon Scruff.
Friday 6:30 p.m. Siuucdfl.N :30 a.m
Sermon: -'"RafH-tity Must Ke Appreoif
ated "
*t\ I ------ -* ">
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Raaaf* Berel Wain. ,
Fridav 6:2.' p.m. Baturoay 9 im, S.-E
mon : 'The >;^!hlh Day.ii-Viw Ith ar.-ifr:
K.'hi-diilHM "?uiirilay afternoon, woi
en'a UiMe t>mM p.nl Conservative. Chan.s D.ekson. pr
.....IdUCOTaTKabbl W.-in -dent. Or. Jack L. Morris, canto
" ---- t- S L. ." -
St
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter
Cantor Jack Lerner.
CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF Ml.
. AMI. 1242 Washington Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Dov Rozenrvweig.
=-T. LAUDEROALE EMANU-EL. 1801
S. Andrew* Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Lofiton. Cantor Jerome
Klement.
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FT. LAUDEROALE JEWISH CEN-
TER. '5^ E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Conservative. Charles Dickson. pres-
ir.
ETH J*STjB 3oV Washington A
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu
Swirskjti.pa>itor Maurice Mamche
' BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th A
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Mai
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin' Ben-Art.
Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon k "l'n-
a-nrthy Ambition."." 5 p.m ''iVriiun
n( Law."
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BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION*
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantos*
Seymour Hinkes-
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Annth4tfi
of the American Jew "
si-i- r- I
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
Pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enteld. fantor George Goldberg.
W
A|') : al.~-al
'I mi i< Shabhat Bponaored I
LANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
410 E. Beach Blvd. Rev. Paul
Deutsch.
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HFBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross
Frldai >:!". |>.mk|aWur'lay : a.m. Mln-
cha 6:1a p.m. -
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
Oavid Shapiro.' Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
I'lu-iinn of thf Week "
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th
_ ____ St.. Homestead. Conse-vative.
ETH RAPHAEL. 1545 Jefferson ------
Ave. Conservative. Canfor Saul H. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
Breeh. St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
------ a------ L. Drazin. Cantor Louis Cohen.
BETH TFILAH. 935 EutnicTAve. Or.' ------ ------
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. i JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
ETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
Friday 1:45 and B:15 p m P ilpit iiueat,
Hal,In Mose." l.i-lirnian of Detroit.
Mich father of Mis. Max A. I.lp-
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
Cant jr Samuel Vigoda.
H. Stern
KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self.
HEBREW LESSON
t : v t : v t t
xns ntTn*1 "T *?y "las.1?
dib-: wafg ^v to"!?'? .t^o
t : ~ t t~:
rpan:? 'J-ns 'rti ip'pn ^iij
*?-ns3 .nv^i jit?33i isian
d,j?'0 : ns3 pit D-nn^o
nto T.nc? vnw ninpn
nniK D"tPiL7 ortfp o-nsw
r 't i
.nnx nTn-1?
T-: t -
K3S3 D^Dil wp\ IBi]
"Tina ylspja
.o*rnmn
T T
wrart
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o1^ nna rna r3ina)
Army Units of TSAHAL
NAHAL (Young Pioneer Fight-
ers) is a special military service
peculiar to TSAHAL alone, and is
not found In any army in the
world.
The Nahal soldiers undergo reg-
ular army training and training asj
paratroopers, and lato.- proceed toi
settlements.
Another type or military unit
which does not exist in other arm-'
les is the GADNA Command (Youth
Battalions). The task of GADNA is
to provide the youth with pre-
military and civics training in ord-
er to enable them, when the time
comes, to fulfil their duties in the
.security forces.
Tens of settlements, scattered
along the length of the boarders
of this country, constitute a de-
(ani1? "Tflbq "iyii) Vm
in^s Vns1? "Tiran ^n x,n
Ti" --: t\:~
ins tax o.b-3 -iSsq irxi
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nW3S3 ny_ lrro ^Dii *?^j
S7-njn nips x,n ann^
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qun tn^|*z r)i3j?n,j s-nan
: v : t: : : T : Wt
pon nx )QTn xias xVa1?
. pnosn nia-was nryi
DniTsn D^izrn ni-itz-y
n-yio fiKrt ni^.31 tix^
*?i3in nx JTfTifs pa nniiq
fense belt for the State. It is im-
possible to guard the long border
of Israel by regular army units.
Along the length of the border
there are people of the settlements
engaged in working the land and
in guarding.
TSAHAL has a Urge share in
the education of the youth and the
integration of newcomers. In TSA-
HAL, soldiers from various com-
munities serve side by side, and
their lives in the field and the
rigorous training welds them into
a single unit.
Soldiers, new immigrants, learn
Hebrew in the Army, and there
(in the Army) many young people
acquire a profession useful in
civilian life.
Published by the Brit Ivrlt Olamlt
LUBAVITC
. i
...... I
>\a;res congregai --.
5737 S rd Rd. Modern Tr I ni
SHALOM, ? Normandy Or
Rabbi Phineas Wtoei-
in,
-----. a
SEPHA30IC JEW.SH CENTER. 84!
Coilms Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nah-
miaa
!' i : ;,.iii Saturdaj S:3l1 a.m.
The .-"in SMlenci
------a
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
1th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonar
E. Caplan.
i-'ii.i.i> > p.m. s.itiirila> 9a.m. Sarmoa,
Matter :,ii,l .Min,I An Interplay."
M 8:lvi p.m.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con
servative. 102S NE 183rd St., Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Stone.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "The Joy
of Rebirth." Saturday S:4." a.m. JiuiU r
Congregation In a.m.
------a -
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
Prlda> R:30 p.m. Barmon: "Sum.' Sntes
fr..... American Jewish HlMory." Sat-
urday 11:18 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Charles
otelnbers, on of Mr and Mr.". Mltton
Pomeranz. Ha Mltavah: Laurie.
,iauiiiH-i of Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Tanner.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabb .
Morris Skop.
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly.
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er
nest Steiner.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chas.
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisn
Cantor David Conviser.
Friday v!."> p.m. Sermon: "F&cta "*
jewl*li Exile." Saturda} 10:4S a m
Bar Mltavah: Marc, son ol Mr. und
Mis. Morris Oldnej
TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 N V%
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW St..
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Z.
Glixman.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvinp
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
FYldaj 3:80 p.m. Quest speaker, Men-
del Fisher, Jewish National Fund -
r.-iarv. Saturday : a.m. Sermon:
"Weekly Portion of the Bible." Uar
Mltavah: Randy, son ,,f Mr and Mri.
Iruin Rubin. Junior Congrecatl'm^nS
the Assembly Hall 10:30 a.m.
------a------
TEMPLE ISRAEL OP GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR.
3500 SW 69th Way. Conservative.
Rabbi trwin Cutler.
Friday *: l p.m. Srniinii: "The Fas
rlnatlng Challenge i" Our Age bj an
American Theologian.*' Thrmr i.-* sug-
gested by "The Secular City" by Har-
vey Cox.
----------
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per.
Friday <:1". p.m. Saturday 11 a.m. Bar
Mltavah: Steven, sun uf Mrs. Dorothj
Freeman.
-----a-----
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Saturdaj 9 a.m. Ser-
mon* "I'urtlnn of the I,aw "
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovita. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April.
Friday S:3i> p.m. TirothiThmid service*.
Guest speaker, .lark l.uhin. outenlni;
president or Or Olom l!r"t herb-nod
Topic: "The Future Lie* in our Lend-
ers Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "For
Dietary Reasons."
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary office 1820 NE 184th St.
Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy.
Cantor Chet Qale.
Friday S:1S p.m. at I'nified Hall. SSOO
NE "1st St. Bar Mltxvnh: Cruig. son
of Dr. and Mrs. Val Hloch.
---------
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E
4th Ave.. Hlaleah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Right-
eous Shall Uve by His Faith." Sat-
urday s a.m.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell lar-
ger. Cantor Ben Dickson.
Friday 8:15 P.m. Sermon: "What
-Mi>wit Kaahrus." Saturday 8:48 a.m
Sermon: "Portion Of the Week."
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TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
aervative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Ho- Nec-
essary are the Dietary Ijiws-.'" Sat
urday 3 a.m. liar Mltavah: Erf.-, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Draluck.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N. Miami
Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick.
YOUNG ISRAEL. 890 NE 171st St
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Naf-
tali Poruah
Bis arrayed
them the caj il
the swine
Unclean Lev. 11. 4-8).
.
SHEMINI Oji the sighth day of their consecration. A--
aftd hi- bobs offered lacrii for themselves and (he PeoW^
Moses' command. Then Moses and Aaron came out of the ten* Ol
nieetinu. blessing the people The glory of God appeaaidi.a are
from Heaven consumed the burnt-offering on the allar: Al- Ueft
sight, the people cried out and fell on their faces. Nadab and .
Abihu, Aaron's, sons, offered strange fire" on the altar; a lire
issued forth aqtt devoured them. Aaton held bis peace.
The priests are commanded not to drink wine or strong
drink when entering the tent of meeting "that ye may-put dif-
ference between *Tneholy and the common, and between the
unclean and the clean" dLc. 10.10).
The portion details the laws describing cleanliness and un-
cleanliness hv regard to the eating of animals, fowls, and fish. .
Thi recounting of tha Weekly Portion of the Law is ex-
tracted and based upon "The Graphic Kittory of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher la I
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.
.
i
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
We Must Remind
Ourselves Today
Of Vital Truths
By DR. HERBERT BAUMGARD
Temple Beth Am
The portion we read from the
Torah this week is a priestly sec-
tion dealing with some of the de-
tails of animal
sacrifice. Most of
lus think of ani-
mal sacrifice as a
stage which our
people experi-
enced on their
way to a higher
expression of re-
ligion. At first,
primitive man
sacrificed human
beings to the
, "gods." Then he
substituted ani-
mal sacrifice is
not this one of
the main impli-
cations of the story of the "sacri-
fice of Iaace ". Then, he substi-
tuted verbal prayer and ethical
conduct. Our Torah is all the more
compelling because it enables us
to share the efforts of our people
as they reached toward an even
higher way of relating to God.
Nonetheless, it is possible for us
to learn a great deal from what we
might call a "more primitive form
of worship,*' animal sacrifice. The
Parasha tells us that the Priests
were very careful to offer a "sin-
offering" for themselves and the
-people to "make atonement for
Rabbi Baumgard
them." Through the performance
of the prescribed .rituals, the
people were released from their
feelings of guilt bjijIherectorum
for their past errors Our'fathVf-
were wise enough to know "'\tp
harmful effects-6* guilt, and 4fcfe
provided an easy way in *hich-,rrW
could be forgiven A -ritual t**/ ',
men accept as the key to inn- fpf
giveness can be a ritual of tremen-
dous value. v^
In our sophisticated day w
longer respect the healing vi
of such a ritual. In a way tins'''
sad, for we have not developeiri
satisfactory substitute -V utiii-j
be the lengthy process. <,f p'sjy;
I analysis which >s not available1
all. Let this weoTt's Torah reading
remind us that all men are m nea
, of forgiveness-.. Let us -beBir^tly
forgiving those nearest to us I
by asking those "wTioin we have*
wronged to forgive. Us. The Ptophet
Isaiah taught that God would re
ward those who were sincerely re-.'
pentant, and He would make their]
scarlet sin "as white as snow."'
It is part of God's nature, lo for-
give. The ancient ritual of auinia,
sacrifice was introduced to make
man aware of this elementary fact
We need to remind ourselves today
of this vital truth. The.-best of us
errs greatly and is burdened with
his own private gullrr Let us all.
recognize mutual need to let th-i,
I spirit of God's forgiveness dwei.
: amongst us.
Congregation meeting of Beth Moshe in behalf of th Com-
bined Jewish Appeal on Sunday brought together (left to
right) Mrs Fred Blank. CJA chairman for Beth Moshe; Rabbi
Richard Marcovitz. spiritual leader; Rabbi Max Schenk. ot-
I!2rR gueSt sPeaker: aad Marty Martin, president of the
North Miami synagogue.


15. 1966
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Page 13-A
jor Brandeis U. Dinner Wednesday
Dciates dinner of the
Brandeis Club will
it Wednesday at the
kuntry Club in Miami.
(President Dr. Abram
Jill make the principal
lie dinner, which will
tion at 7 p.m.
dinner. Dr. Sachar,
*n president of Bran-
it was founded in
induct retired New
Paul R. Gordon,
i, m i Fellow of
of the Greater Miami
b and a Fellow of the
Stanley Frehling,
lan of the dinner,
id been a member of
Is President's Council
opointment to the Fel-
? are selected by the
&tees for three-year re-
is in recognition of
|butions to the develop-
University. Gordon is
of scholarships for the
iiui Brandeis Club.
niiliri-.- of the two ad-
Fds from the Greater
are Fellows Samuel
Jacob Sher and Rich-
erg: and President's
Philip Coleman, Mark
Srnfist Janis, and Her-
tks.
[>n for the dinner com-
Irs. Sidney M. Schwartz
ch. national vice pres-
lie Brandeis University ,
pmert's Committee, and
Her. Brandeis '52, of
[ni.
frving at dinner com-
bers are Mr$. Bernice
fEfferson 1-7677
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Gottlieb, president of the Miami
Chapter of the Women's Com-
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Brandeis '55, president of the
Miami Beach Chapter; and Mrs.
Norman Wrubel, president of the
Broward Chapter. Mrs. Joel
Meyer of Miami is publicity
chairman.
Commltte* members Include Allan
' ii.-i.-in ;..:. m..j.i a, BHakln.jlerry
Blank, 8am Blank, Shepnard Bl-pnd,
WliUam Brown, L<-o A. Chaikin, Mr.
(*oleman, HarolJ I^-ifman. .Mrs. Har-
.0(1 Dorfman, Paul Faeke, Jack Feld-
Medicare Topic
Before Vet Group
Jules Garrctt. of the Social Se-
curity Administration, discussed
Medicare at a meeting last week
of the Harry H. Cohen-Surfside-Bay
Harbor Post 723. Jewish War Vet-
erans, at the Surfside Community
Center. Arnold Fein is newly-
elected commander of the post.
man, Robert Peldman, A. C. Fin. .
.iKi-k Fink. I^niis Kiniii, David i;..| man "55, Marvin Gordon, Paul II. Gor-
don, Louie Grossman, Mrs. Louis I
i iroeaman.
Alto, llaljih llabib, Samuel Hal- I
Ijcrln, Mr. Harris. Mrs. M. HoisberR
.:. (it-orgr S. .la. kw.n. Il< rnard Janls,
Ernest Janis. Harry Kaplan, Max I
Kern, Amol.l Klai>1K-r. I >r. R. Knhen. I
Rabbi I .eon Kronlsh. Mrs. K. R. U-nd- I
tr, Riibbi Irvine l.ihiniiin. Leon Urn- .
berg, Joel Meyer. A. J. Molsvjky, Ben
Novack, Abe Novogrodeky, Abraham'
:. Kaycher, Mrs. Abrahiim i;. pay-
cher.
AlBO, Dr, A. PhUopson, Mrs. A I'lrl-
IpBon 83. Qua Roberta, l-eoru.rd Rosen,
uoenre RosenfW id. laadore SapoUky
Ahi-Hham Schorr, Sidney it. Schwaru.
John Serbln, Arnold Shamr.s. Mrs.
Arnold Stamree. Herman Shaw. Mr,
Sher, Morris Shllane, Fre.i k. Shochet
Nathan Slden, Hairy Stmonhoff, M. J.
Snyder, Mrs. i'. Kobol ".::. ii. nan
Stein, Mis. Doris Stem, Harold Thur-'
nan, Bernard Troub, Carl Welnkle.
Leonard Zill*-n. and Harry Zukernlck '
A local unit of the Associates
the "foster alumni" of Brandeis
the Greater Miami Brandeis
Club inaugurated the dinner to aid
in augmenting its membership, to
bolster its relationship with cur-
] rent membership and to expose
potential new club members to the
university.
Co-educational Brandeis Univer-
sity has 2.250 students, more than
300 faculty members and 18 grad-
uate departments.
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Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
He Refused to Drop Dead and Became a Succes
WI F
H o w would
you like il
if your par-
tnis had told
you. when you
w o re f i v e
> o a r s old, to
drop dead?
That's what
"Myer Rubinstein,
who was bom near tin- turn of
ihorenturj in a uttle Rumanian
t.wrl called llusi The lad was
so hurl thai In- losl tin- power
,i Huenl speech As soon as
he ran away from
-
homo Handicapped by his stam-
mer and his poverty, he had to
make out on his own.
He did make out. and superb-
ly. Displaying unbelievable in-
trepidity a n d indoniitability.
Rubenstein learned how to be a
blacksmith, then a winery work-
er, and later an engineer.
The fascinating chronicle of liis
life is one of the most gripping
books >ou can read. Entitled
"Shtimmer: The Hoy Who Could-
n't Talk R u i> e nst e i n. now
Robert Myers, tells in his book
how lie went from job to job.
from llusi to Bucharest, to New
Y o r k. Rochester. Baltimore,
and ultimately to Venice, Calif..
exercising bis Ingenuity, facing
all kinds of hardship and adver-
sity, but persisting in his efforts
to make something of himself.
ami ultimately becoming a tech-
nician in the field of nuclear
research.
Written almost in diary form,
the book hicks litetary polish,
but ii is a compelling scenario
of the life of the immigrant,
the handicaps in his way, the
exploitation he en.lured .mil the
triumph over these obstacles.
Myers had domestic troubles,
too. but he managed also to con-
quer them.
In the course of the autobio-
graphy, we are given heart-
warming glimpses of the late
Rabbi Stephen Wise who be-
friended Myers when he was
victimized by financial straits
and bigotry.
Inspiring is the manner in
which Myers stood up against
those who sought to wrong him
because of his Ji wishneso or his
lack 'it education. Feu books
capture so well the drama of
resolute immigrant who i .
upon being treated in
dance with the p r o m i -
America.
I've never met Mr. '
but I'd like to. And you
a charge out of meeting
vicariously in his book
is published by E xpo
Press.
About those parents vvl
5-year-old My.,
were dead, he bro
this country and
them the rot ol
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Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Religious Leaders
Washington
JEWISH RELIGIOUS and lay leaders
with iii exci; lion of Orthodox Juda
look leading roles in the fin
>nal Interreligious Conference on
Peace held hist month in Washington.
The conference was organized be
owing concern over I he w.u
V'iel Nam ami the approaching Chi
, -. American confrontation.
Rabbi Maurice Eisendrath, president of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations, served as conference
.inn..hi. He voiced hope thai the meeting would gene-
,i consolidation ol religious opinion in the United
States that will have an impact on Government polio
Rabbi Eisendrath visualized a subsequent International
conference on peace by the various religions.
The aim of church and synagogue leaders was stimu-
tion of common conscience on moral issues involving
Viet Nam and other foreign policy questions.
Cooperative Jewish sponsoring groups were the
I.MR', the Central Conference of American Rabbis, the
Commission on Social Action of the United Synagogue of
\menca. the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods.
..ml tin Jewish Peace Fellowship. The Synagogue Council
of America sent observer delegates.
Rabbi Henry Siegman, who is Orthodox, attended as
ibserver for the Synagogue Council. But Orthodox
It cided no; t.> accept invitations
l 'ading Catholic and Protestant theologians partici-
. Judeo-Christian peace cooperation were
.. hese ..mi- were "to avoid escalating
..: ... : ; eac< ith justice and .
n si tided in trul I d bj just e,
bj freed
table war with Commynist China
I by a num i
lent of the *
Idn t il N .!> ii we I I into an
.... ... with China a war which would >
rce us to iii: many of our progressive
is to end povert) and winch would at the same time
Discuss \ iet Xam
create ilie vast hungers and distresses among the Chinese
which would really freeze them into their bitter anti-
Westernism and make them forever enslaved to the pas-
sionate Trotskyism of Mao-tze Tung?"
Rabbi Weinstein told the clerygmen that ministers of
religion are often advised to stay out of politics He noted
that Ministers ol State did not hi-date to make moral
judgments. He said: "We would be pleased that our states-
men are religioush dedicated men if the> gave evidi
of holding to a high religion rather than to a religion that
still echoes the frenzies of the camp meeting
Citing a gap between practice and preachment at
home and abroad. Rabbi Weinstein said: "We have made
no real effort to develop the kind Of leadership that has
made our country a truly magnificent social welfare -tale.
We play with the Bao Dai, Chiang Kai-shek. Batista, Tru-
jillO, Diem, Ky, and their confrcre-
A number ol rabbis charged ineptness of the Govern-
ment in comprehending human factors in Soul beast Asia.
Rabbi Steven Schwar/child. editor of "Judaism," commen-
ded Senators Ernest Gruening and Wayne Morse "To use
a Chaaaidk metaphor.'' he said, 'these men put the cold
compresses on the aching bead of the I'nited States m
keep it alive until the doctor could arrive if he ever
will."
The rabbi questioned the morality of preemptive war
concepts ami secret foreign machinations." He said: "In
plain English, the vocabulary, system of concepts and of
values ought to derive from the Bible and religion rather
liar, from the Rand Corporation and the Harvard or Col-
umbia Schools ol Sino-So i : Studies."
Rj '.I Vrthui lairman of the CCAR com-
mittee on justice and peace, served a- a workshop chair-
man.
Rabl rector of Interfaith A
itifs of the '. AHC, v .
was si a key co the
chan Id "
Rabl Marx
was a membi I
on i ommunism.
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Group Libel Law Hard to Draw
THAT RECENT dramatic con-
frontation b e t w e e n llcinrich
Knappstein, West German Ambas-
sador to the I'nited Stales, and
Rabbi Joachim Prinz, who ha- so
tized the thunder
silence during the rise of Hitler.
ed to put a new point to
search tor prudent ways to
the 1 nited S;
Herr the course ol
. that people
.enng
. I. The Americi

Wtaj
is
a


indivi-
-
- I
. pro-
publication or .
such acts a mis-
nor pur.. -,ment of not more
of not more than SI.000. It
- repro-
bit< any false
and defamatory matter tending either to blacken
the reputation of ,ns beca.;
its race, religion, or national origin, or to e\po-e
such group to public hatred and contempt or ridicule
because of its race, religion, or national origin."
Again and again, such proposals already on
the books in several Latin American countries and
in Austria. West Germany. Italy, and other lands
have been brought forward in various part of the
I'nited Stales. In ears, the rather
Jewish consensus oi idealistic opposition to such
..tion has been broken by the Jewish War
an--, the .' immunity Relations Council
eater Philadelphia, and B nai
the National
.'. nich .. rj
-
ind and
'
'
. :
station "whet

. of radio
e 1
the campus fo: rv of adoption of group
! undou!
: to curi
in employment, housing, public accommod.
and education have ce: rked. Why not ap-
ply the >ame curb to group libel0
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Thoughts Heard
ind Recorded
^NLY 17 PER CENT
* Jew ish fresl
os could identify as el
.'estiv al
.vilh the name ol '
and onl) betwe<
jent of those -
to name any three II
plllt s .
i ne ueam oi Rabbi Adler in Detroit at (he
Iman v. bo later died ol ., si I
- sh .iked the Jewish community to it?
ist painful by-products of the Dei
. been the way some newspapers i
even; One Negro publication hailed the -im tot
a hero who lived among Negroes and wl
a protest against Jews who exploited N.
Alexander Hamilton, one of the greats in
American history, attended a Jewish school i
Croix when he was a boy. a fact which h
to false rumors that he was of Jewish r -
\


31
Panorama:
By DAViD SCHWARTZ
Wise Chelniile
w
ITH ALL tl
- hi
. '
th( .
a a.clamed H


than Rothschild, for hi
. e, in addition to the Rothschild
weall income from his Hebrew teacl -
v. hen the Shames sexton, of the I
became too old to go knocking on door- "
them to the Selichot sen ices, the Chelmites >l'"-'lea
remove all the doors of the town and bring them w '
sexton's home, so that the old sexton could knoclt
without having to travel around the town
This will give you some idea of the 4*J
nuity of the people of Chelm. Some ""
of Chelm. others of the wise men of Chelm '"
ding to ones point of view. Our father- "V
amount of pleasure from these tale- ol
that Yiddish reading has declined Sa
new book, 'The Wise Men of Chelm
and d< Ii -ible to the En is
How did chelm gel that way? Ver; -
; over the world with two si lU"
tin I lois Ordinarily, it was
- qual nun ',.
town Sometimes if he liked the scei '' jn
of the bag of the
was a fait equalit;


.1 into a ti
. .,11 spilled ovei I
ut the C>.
fault rh<
.
much hi
hole pill

-ue. they dec... I
helm seeks to expand a
cide to push the moui '
- Imiu Bather, ia*. th
dei heap, which f
quick i off with. But the Chelm.'
and and finally looki- j h,ve
clo- .aim in glee: "Let u-
pu.-: mountain so far. we cant see iur co


A or.: 15, 1966
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rPage 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
ur rOi'NTV JUDGE'S COURT
Tano FOR DADE COUNTY, )
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70153-A
I i|t|l l-IAM' IND
J NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I, ,- ,||(i,| .iii.l All Persons Hav-
I,.,,. .. in i >.mkiiiiIh AtnliuM Said
! II, ii.i-.-i'> notified and required I
f.', ii ||\ -1; i i 111.-. and < i > 111:11 d .--
,,,l ni,i> li.iv.- against the
,', nKRXARD DIAMOND de-
i iade i '..inn \. Plot Hia,
nii ludgea of I Hide Coun-
J [if, name in duplicate and
I ; in Section 733.M, Florida
I n theii offices in the Coun-
I ..... i >ade County, Plot -
I -n ileml.ir months It.....
I id.- firm publican..n hen ,
I, ,ii, -., in, u ill be barred.
|,.,i ,1 Minn I, Florida, Ihls imIi
i-.-ti. \ I'. 1966
-i.i:i: u FERDIF,
\, Administrator
. .ii of thi* notlci "ii
Man h, I96B.
. fi r i: I -i i:
Ml ator
Itoad, 'oral Gable*
; ,, i 1---1 .
COLNTY JUDGE'S COURT
? FOR DADE COUNTY,
'LORiDA IN PROBATE
I 70162B
0 CREDITORS
i All I
mande Against 8a d
itltled nd required I
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LA
xnTi.'i: is hereby .:i\
undersigned, desiring la
l.'l-lll, -- Mil.1.1 th. fictitlo
COMBINED JEWISH API
7 Discnyne Blvd., Miami
register -aid name with i
Hi,- Circuit Court of Dade
orlda.
flREATER MIAMI
JEWISH r'EDERATH I
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I-S-I.-.-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
MOTK'K is hereby GIVEN that
ili.- undersigned, desiring i" engage
in business under the fictitious name
of I'NITHD RENT-ALLS at >7!' Ea-i
.'.", Street, In the City of Hlab-ah,
Florida Intends to reglsti r the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida, I hi ted
nl Miami. Florida, thia :':: May of
March, l!"i'i.
JOHN M. WEI88INGEK
4 l-\-i:.-22
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS.
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. :i> be
iniii inn hla name
EDWARD MESA t,
lBH I/...iI I Kill i. i hy
shall thereafter be
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9 86, 4/1-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. ;0537-C
R
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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SIMI IN H '1 GRI -N|,u '
Attorn.
nil \n,,|. 111. Mi.,iin. I i
4,8-lii
not ce under
:titious name law
- HEREBY UIVEN Hi
di HlrliiR t,, engage
. riotitifiiiH i .
:- i.i'.'i ii'AToi-s at T,
Reach, Florl
-.. .1 nan i
h< Circuit Court
' irlda.
1 "i'iiins. President
v w .\i.i.i:i;
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Miami lieaoh, Fin
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NOTiCE UNDER
-TITIOUS NAME LAW
- HEREBY MIVKX thai
I. desiring lo engage In
! llu ii. Iltlous name of
" bALF* nl 17510 N w. 2l
''" ,'R.V "I Miami, Flotilla,
Hi. .-aid name with
i the i 'ircult Count of bade
it Ida
, M-.mi. Florida, this 1st
I :i'i
i tmv,'k':i:'-' kavami
' VON '/.AMh-T
, ,"'V 'or Applicant
P'ISl Bank Rlug., Miami
_________ 4/8-15-22-29
!i ,rHE-.ClRCU'T COURT OF THE
lnrVlNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
lirL LORIOA IN AND FOR
|ADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
l NO. 66C 3477
A l >i,uri-;s CARN1CHRO,
1 I'laliitil,
f \EL OARAUDON DB LA WOA,
1 '' -admit
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
(SUIT FOR DIVORCE)
1 '-,' OABAUDON OB ^ H1CA,
lence I'nknown
." ARE HKREBY N(>TIK1KI>
la t.vmplalnt for Divorce baa bean
i> in%i you ami yini are herel.v
"' to serve a copy of your An-
'" the i ..iii|,|aint on plaintiff's
I Bernard Jaoobson, loth
h,, !.'" ''.....''! HuildliiK. Miami.
J31*l .tmi file the original
" Hi- Office of the Cli rk ..t
fourt on or before the th
' "lay, IM1 pUierwIae Ui all(a-
tne aald Complaint will be
a* confessed agalnsl you
f l 1--1 May of April,
B. 1.1: ATI I HUMAN
of the Circuit court
'' I.....I'KI.ANl)
. Deputy Clerk
-' KI) JACOBSON
Jf3 for Plaintiff
"I I-' 'i ,
. i .flurida, 131 II
4 B-15-22-X9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 3472
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
;aki i: MCbUNS,
I'.alliUII'.
-ISAN K Ml'LX. S'B
lX-f.-iii...
|'l .; Si.- \.\ I. Mil.1.INS
i.Mo 17th si i diana
You. .-r.-.\N i: \n i.i.in.-, an
hen h> notll a Bill l
plaint fot i : has bei n
:.'. v. I'lead-
Ing to ill, Rill n .' npluinl on the
!'.\l !. i> \S 1TXB1 .
i:.-.,. ; l.ii i In
Kloriihi i Inal AnsK'er
or Pleading in the office ol
of the i In fori i '"
mi, ..i Maj. If you fall to do so.
afaull w ili I-
ugaliisl s "ii for the relief -n anili
in the Kill of 'omplnlnl
'I'lii.- noil. published once
. a. h week for four com*eoutlvi weeke
in THK J i:v\ IMH i'i."i:llMAN.
UiNK \NI> i.KI'I.Kl'.H ai Miami.
Florida, ilu.s let da) of April, A.D.
E B i.i:atiii;i:ma.\. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
is.ai) B) i. sni:i:im:n
IS-pllIN Clerk
i'aii. kw itnev, aaa.
Bilverateln, Kwltney \' OoudlM
I3u Lincoln KM Miami Beaoh, Florida
Attorney for the IMalntit'f
4. 8-13-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AM) FOR DADF COl'N I V ,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65983 A
' I ISSTBIX
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
-- E APPLICATION FOR
... AND FINAL
DISCHARGE

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' .11 \MI
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St.. Mini
FKS 4 s-1.1
IN THE COUNTY JJUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70245-B
Ii tt R "'
. ,,\>r\N<'..: I.IKI'BRMAN.
, k .iNST.W.I' f I.li "I RMAN,
, ONSTANCI: It LIKDKRMAX,
'notice to creditors
, \ ; ditoi b and All f< rw n H -
. nimsi .., Demands Against ^aio
nd required I
.--in ,m\ .1.....is and demands
t. imiilnsl the state
f c ,\- r.XXC : I.IKDKKMAX, 'ate ;
N'e Vork M Rl '
-,,i. having pro-
iit y, I'l'.r
i Hade '
in duplli ate and as
it -
. :n tin Count)
Florida, i
u-ithli ' months rnjm the
|i il.ll. nlion hereof. '
. -il| bi 1...II-. d.
Vtiaml, Floi Ida, this "let
das o( M-". h, A 11
\I.\N I.IKDKRMAX
\- An. Illar> Fixei-utor of the
...nsi'ami: i.ii:im:i:.man
I'i... ; ublication of this aotli i on
the 25th da) of Man h. IStttl
SIMON. HAYS .v ISRUXDWBRa
Mini ii. i for An. ill;. Exei ulor
.nl Alnsle) I'.iiilMin-
M"...... ""'"'"'' ::;,;;J 8/25, 4/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'li'H'i: IS HKRKHY illVBN that
t he undersigned, desirlne lo el
ii huslm -- linger
name of I'l :i:.-. ..\\ I. CREDIT SER-
VK'K, at S2.11 S.V\ .i,i- l
ami, l-'iii iMa. intends lo r>
n.ii.i. with the '! 11. of 'I.. Circuit
in "i I 'adi "oiinl i. Florida.
HARRY .1. I'IMliNli
i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 69906-A
RK Kstate of
Nl '.'.: \ X KENT
I -. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All fi-editoi All
H '' ins or I.i ma nds A
and re-
.
.. i
the i NORMA / K
Ihi
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I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66c 1808
tlDADTS AXX OOX
Plaintiff,
BOBBY STl'TKl.KS COX
Defendant. __
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: liuBllV STEEf-JSS COX
FVoetproof, Florida
You. BOBBY STBKIjBS cn\. are
herw-hy notified that a Hill of l^oiii-
lilaint for lHvone has been flleit
nsalnl >"
    "" raqsjired to
    serve copy of your Answer or Plead-
    ing to the BUI of Complaint on the
    Plaintiffs attorney. AI.YIN OOOD-
    .MAN. 146 SoyholM litillding. Miami.
    Florida and fil- the origin ] >n r ..
    Pleading in the office of the lerk "f
    the Circuit Conn "ii or before Ui
    Hiih da) Ol Ma>. Iioiii. If yon fall to
    do *'. ludgment b) ileraull will be
    taken against you for the rellel de-
    manded In tho BUI "f CoiniMaint.
    This nolle,- shall be pobnshed once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    In THE JFTWI8H I'M >RIIH VN
    n, .NH AND IRDBRBD al Mian
    i -. la, ih 5th da) of Api II, A.D.
    '' i: B l.liATil E3RMAN, I'
    Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
    I By MARGUERITE KENT
    l>otniv Clerk
    SIIKVIN UOODMAN .v HOI.TZMAN
    lly AI.VIN 'KMili^ IN
    (44 Heybold Building, Miami, Florida
    I ^ i > mm -''
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70200-C
    In RK: Estate "f
    ISIDORE COOPER
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and Ail Persona Hav-
    ing claims or Demands Against Said
    Kttlale:
    You are hereby notified and requiri-d
    to present any claims and demands
    which vou may have against the
    estate of isidork COOPjBR deceased
    late "f Dade County, Florida to
    the Count) Judges of Dade Coun-
    ty, and file the same in duplicate and
    as provided in Bectlon 738.16. Florida
    Statutes, in thoii- offices in the County
    Courthouse In I>ade County. Florldn
    within six calendar months from the
    time of the firvt publication hereof,
    or the same will be barred.
    Dated at Miami, Florida, this iird
    day of March. A.D. 1966.
    S'M.l.V I 9, ll.l'S'l'K.I-N
    As Administrator
    First publication of this notice on
    25th May of March, ii"'.'i
    AINSI.KK R. KKRIilK
    Attorney for Administrator
    1815 s W. IjeJeune Road
    Coral labli.-, i lot Ida :i:n:il
    3/25. 4/1/8-la
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
    the undersigned, desiring to
    in business under the fictitious nami
    of JOSSIE'S FA8HK 'N8 OF FLOR-
    IDA .1 80 N B l.ih St.. Miami. F'la.
    to reglst, said name with th.'
    r Uil i '.ait of Dade
    clot-Ida _
    N < Rl '11RK51TEZ
    ' .\VIU\
    ) 8-15-22-23
    TR
    FICTniOU' LAW
    I
    I
    I ne n '
    the .' ill L'ourt
    I i. i
    BOB R COOPER
    Rl in i: cm m-ki:
    Sole 'u net a
    -I Masse) .v He. kerman
    ants
    .....i u .... Coral i iahle*
    I : --
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    NO. 70206-C
    RE Ratal) i
    U KTHA KELLY, ometlmes
    K .a hs MOTHER KELLY
    i ...
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    i .. dib rs and All i
    l lavina ''' Ims I man..- A
    Said li-
    Yoii are herel nd re-
    quired in ad de-
    mand* lii' I* ou ma) have hi
    the estate ol MARTHA kl I.I.Y.
    ', .,- mi n iii:i: k KL-
    \.\ di ..i Hadi .
    Florida, to the c ] l 'ade
    ', .inn.'. .. ii.i ii..- i hi -a me m . ,,i, prut Ided in cliun '' 16,
    F'loi iMa Slal in.--, in tin Ir ..i' i i"
    mt) ''" i lams,' in I >ade
    I \ 1 |. : ami IIS
    ii tion hereof, or thi same will be
    barred.
    Dated nl Miami. Florida, Mil
    day "i Ml rch, A D. 1!.....
    i.i en.1.1-: u n.S"\'
    As AMmiuistiali i.\
    a- i:.\. .nil i\
    First publication of this notice on
    the 28th das of Masch, 1M6.
    ALFRED D. HIELEY
    Attornev for K-vc.-titi-ix
    19 W. Flagler Street
    Miami, Florida 83130
    ________________________4/I-S-15-22
    NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
    TAX DEED. CHAPTER 20722
    ACTS OF 1941
    File No. AA 22266
    NOTICF: IS IDCRKBY OrV'EH thai
    Jonas J. Brotman. hoiMer of County
    Tax Sale Certificates numhoreil 7348
    anil 7SS4 i.-sn, .1 the 1st day of June
    A.D. 1W62, has filed same In my of-
    fice, and has made appltaatson for a
    tax deed to la- Issued thereon. Said
    certificates embrace the following de-
    scrlhed property, in the County of
    Hade. State of Florida, to wit:
    IxM ll Block 6, Ooulds Estates Bee.
    I, Plat Book 46 Page M, in the coun-
    ty of Dade, State of Florida, as em-
    braced in Certificate No, 7848. The
    assessment of said property under the
    said certificate Issued was in the
    name of Artliurg Ygleola* & Carmen.
    I,ot II Block in. Ooulds Ffetatcs
    S County of Dade, Slate ,,f l-lori'ia.
    as .-iiil.r......1 II! Vrtifl.'a!. Nl
    Th,. a.-s, --siueut of saul tiropirty un-
    der the said certificate issued was
    in the name of Beta Alma F*i rnandea
    Dal Hana.
    rules.- s.li.l .Ttifi. ates shall I"
    deemed aci ordlng t" law, the or
    described herein will be sold to the
    highest bidder a'
    door "ii the first Mondaj In thi month
    of May, A.D h ch is i h -iei
    day of M.i'. a D
    i tl .- 28th da) of Man h, A D.

    B H LEATHBRMAN
    k i 'it < nil i 'oiii i.
    Dad< Count) Florida
    F) P.'F. UL'LDSTlLVXD. D. C.
    1, 1-5-15-22
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    NO. 6bC 2842
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    Miami, Florida. April 15. 1966
    Section B
    500 Due at xNo Minimum' Show
    Going over their parts in the Women's Division Combined
    Jewish Appeal's production "Board Stiff" on Tuesday at the
    Everglades Hotel, are (left to right) Mrs. Howard Fisher. Mrs.
    David Serns and Mrs. Paul Draizar.
    A record-breaking attendance of
    500 women from throughout Great-
    er Miami is expected to participate
    in the annual bruncheon and show
    of the Young Women's Division of
    the Combined Jewish Appeal on
    Tuesday. 11 a.m., in the theater
    of the Everglades Hotel.
    Mrs. Howard Trinz, president of
    the sponsoring organization, said
    Wednesday that interest in the
    program which will feature an
    all-new play, "Board Stiff," and a
    special message by the Rev. Nancy
    Elizabeth Forsberg has exceeded
    all expectations.
    More than 50 hostesses are work-
    ing with Mrs Howard Katzen and
    Mrs. Robert Traurig, co-chairmen
    of the No Minimum Division, spon-
    sors of the bruncheon and show.
    Mrs. Norman Share and Mrs.
    Albeit Morrison are in charge of
    Posing with the giant birthday cake honoring the State of Is-
    18th birthday at the Chai luncheon of the Combined
    n Appeal Women's Division are (left to right) Mrs. Jack
    aizman, Mrs. Milton Green and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman. Mrs.
    Green was luncheon chairman, and Mrs. Lehman is general
    :man of the CJA Women's Division. Mrs. Katzman served
    os program chairman for the event at which Mrs. Judith Beilin,
    consul of Israel, was guest speaker.
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    ' afternoon cocktail party
    aturday will honor Mrs. Es-
    - einberg, of 1500 Bay Rd..
    oi the occasion ol her 80th
    lay The gala affair for
    ' ililj and close friends is being
    held in the home of son and
    hter-in-law, Dr. Peritz and
    Scheinberg Also paying
    homage to their indomitable
    r will be other son. Joseph
    nberg, and wife. Mary, and
    two daughters. Martha and hus
    Stanley C. Myers. Miriam
    and spouse Hilliard Clein .
    Plus many grandchildren and
    Hi'ir families Member of a
    ! Miami family. Mrs.
    inberg is the widow of the
    Mendel Scheinberg, early
    merchant community leader here
    a"d ;. founder of Beth David
    1 ongregation The octogena-
    is the sister oi the late Sho-
    Asch world-reowned novel
    who livfid on Hibiscus Island

    nany years
    felicitous news via long dis-
    Phone reached Mr. and
    v|!- Max Applebaum during first
    aeder at their home. 5101 Collins
    Av Two separate calls con-
    cerned the betrothal of a grand-
    :< lighter and a grandson .
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    Miss Joan Stuart, daughter of
    Mr. and Mrs Irving Stuart, of
    Montauk, L. I., the fiancee of Dr.
    Jeffrey Favis, son of Mr. and
    Mrs, A. Favis, of Huntington,
    LI.... The future bride attend
    ed schools in Miami Beach and
    was confirmed at Beth sholom
    . She is now in her junior year
    at Boston University, where she
    is majoring in journalism .
    Joel Sher. son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Charles Sher, of Brooklyn, is en
    gaged to Barbara Rudolph, of
    Wilkes Barre, Pa., who is a stu-
    dent at New York College of Art
    in Brooklyn The prospective
    bridegroom attends Wilkes Col-
    lege ... No date has been set
    for either nuptials
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    Michael ll. Gewitz, English
    major in his senior year at Blair
    Academy. Blairstown, N, J as
    recently elected to the Blair
    Chapter of the Cum Laude Soc
    ietj Valedictorian when he
    graduated from the Hebrew Aca
    demy in 1!>63. Mike also re
    ceived the optimist Scholarship
    V.vanl at that time Son of
    prominent realtor Henry and
    Mrs (Ruth) Gewitz, active In
    many community projects, of
    Continued on Page 6-B
    decorations, which will give a fes-
    tive air to the program entitled:
    "All the World's Our Stage
    Let's Get Into the Act."
    Area chairmen for the program,
    which is expected to add more
    than 200 new young women to the
    expanding rolls of the Combined
    Jewish Appeal, include the Mes
    dames Larrie Blasberg, Philip
    Bloom, Eugene Bloom, Lawrence
    Brandt, William B. Cooper. Sey-
    mour Dubin. Ronald B. Fine. Stan-
    ley Gilbert, Marvin Gillman. Edwin
    Ginsberg. Melvin L. Glass.
    Also the Mesdames Marvin Ha
    ven, B. J. I.ayne. Jerry Leades,
    Lawrence Markman. Norton Pa!-
    lot, Ronald Pallot, Marshall Pep-
    per, Lloyd Ruskin, Bonnie Savitz
    David Sommer and Gerald Wer-
    nick.
    Beth David to Mark 'ChaiJ
    At a 1 p.m. meeting on Monday
    at Temple Beth David, Aviva Chap-
    ter of Mizrachi Women will cele-
    brate the anniversary of the State
    of Israel.
    Afternoon agenda conducted by
    Mrs. Simon April, president, will
    include reading of new slate of
    officers by Mrs. Joseph Weishaus,
    nominating committee chairman
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    Page 3-3
    Miami Beach Chapter Hadassah Plans
    Review and End-of-Season Meetings
    tainebleau Hotel at 11:30 a.m.
    Members of the presidium are
    Mesdames Eliabeth Steinbac-
    Birdie Curtis and Bernard Upton.
    . J iinal preparations ior the Florida Branch ci National
    Women's League, United Synagogue of America's annual
    three-day conference May 2 to 4 are (left) Mrs. Lawrence
    Wulkan, conference chairman, and Mrs. Max Jacobson,
    conference vice chairman.
    Florida Branch of Women's League
    Slates 3 Day Conference May 2 to 4
    Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
    sah will hold the last of its annual
    book reviews of the season on
    Tuesday, 1 p.m., at the Algiers
    Hotel. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink
    will review "Home is Where You
    Start From." by Gene Horowitz.
    The following groups have
    planned April meetings for Mon-
    day:
    Bay Harbor Group will hold its
    regular luncheon meeting at 11:30
    a.m. at the Singapore Hotel. Pro-
    gram will be a special tribute to
    Col David .Marcus, in a presents
    tion oi 'Cast ,. Giant Shadow, Mrs.
    i"-. ph Epstein Is president.
    Emma Lazarus Group will hold
    its regular luncheon meeting at
    noon at Washington Federal on
    Normandy Isle. "Funny and Heal
    i-lie Portrayal of Life in Israel"
    will be presented by the Kmma
    Lazarus Thespians, under direction
    hi Mrs William Kaufman, vice
    president of program. Mrs. Jack
    W'olfstein is president.
    Israeli Group will hold its last
    regular meeting at the Algiers
    Hotel at noon. Program will fea-
    ture a community sing. Apr. 21,
    the Israeli Croup will have a spe-
    cial luncheon at the Algiers Hotel
    for Eye Banks. Mrs Joseph Meyer
    is president.

    Henrietta Siold Group will hold
    its regular meeting at the- Algiers
    Hotel a! noon. Israeli slide- will
    !! shown and narrated by Paul
    Steinberg. Mis. Sol Greenbi
    president
    Eddie Cantor Group will bold its
    regular luncheon meeting mi
    Thursday noon, Apr 21, at the
    Fbntainebleau Hotel Airs Fred
    Jonas is president.
    Louis O. Brandeis Group will
    hold its closing meeting and in-
    stallation luncheon at the Fon-
    ida Branch of the National
    n's League, United Syna-
    of America, will hold its
    1 bianch conference on May
    4 at the Deauville Hotel.
    tional Women's League is the
    organization of Conserve
    :ive synagogues throughout the
    d States, Canada. Puerto
    Rico and Mexico.
    Mrs. Harold Reinhard is Flor-
    ida Branch president. Mrs. Law-
    rence Wulkan is conference chair-,
    man. and Mrs. Max Jacobson is j
    conference vice chairman. Mem-
    bers of the conference planning
    committee are Mrs. Arthur J.
    Brown, Mrs. William Dickson, Mrs.
    Irving Furman. Mrs. Murray Kaye
    and Mrs. Seymour Mann.
    Mrs. Wulkan announced that the
    national consultant for the confer-
    ence will be Mrs. Louis SuSSman,
    past president of National Wom-
    en's League.
    Mrs. Sussman served as national
    president for two terms, 1U54-55
    and 1956-57.
    During her term of office, she
    served on the national boards of
    many other organizations, includ-
    ing Jewish Braille Institute. Jew-
    ish Welfare Board and Jewish
    Theological Seminary of America.
    The conference will be attended
    by delegates of Conservative syna-
    gogue sisterhoods throughout the
    State of Florida. Reservations are
    being handled by Mrs. Murray
    Kaye. Delegates will attend work-
    shops, an installation banquet,
    hear speakers, and there will be
    a symposium of rabbis during the
    three-day conference.
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    range from the most distant
    Biblical times to modern Israeli
    p*>p art.
    The Shrine of the Book, .i part
    of the complex, i~ an electrify-
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    Scrolls aie enshrined in a sym-
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    Friday, April 15, 1966
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    Page S-B
    Elections to Parties on April Schedules
    For Miami Chapter Groups of Hadassah
    . i Hadassah will
    ite ,- luring :i mi i I
    ,,. || niJav m., at Jordan
    MarsJ Vudltorium.
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    A '* Grouo was to meet on
    'Phursdayj 10:15 a.m., at the home
    (, Mi Sarr. Sherman, 7805 SW
    139tr> Ter. An auction, elephant
    and pflke sale were to be followed
    by a I ncheon and election of offi
    ccTf. f rs. Fred Stone is president
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    Che Group was to meet oo
    Thursday at fhe home of Mrs. Jos-
    eph ( ranofsky. 19101 NE 18th
    Ave Program was to include a
    whin elephant sale and election
    of oif;:ers.
    i), londay at 9 p.m., the group
    will tiove a cocktail party at the
    home f Mrs Leonard Pearl, 18905
    NE 21st Ave Mrs. Judy Segal is
    chairman o: the event. Mrs. Max
    well v-eisber is president.
    Alt--t Einstein Group met Wed-
    ' i Yeshurun.
    eaker was William K
    Byrd Jr., officer of the Trust De-
    _: Peoples National
    'lank, v.ho spoke on Trusts and
    Wills." Mrs. Louis Kantor Is pres-
    ident.
    Kadimah Group celebrated the
    Thai" anniversary of Israel at
    Sky Lake Recreation Hall on Wed-
    nesday. Program 'included election
    of officers and a skit by the mem-
    bers. Mn. Morris Press is pres-
    ident.
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    Menorah Group met at Ilillel
    House on Wednesday noon. Speak-
    er was Mrs. Sandy White, AID, who
    gave a talk on "Interior Decorat-
    ing." Mrs, Leon Rosoff is pres-
    ident.
    Mt. Scopus Group met on Wed-
    nesday at Temple Zamora. honor-
    ing Mr. and Mrs. George, celebrat
    ing their 60th wedding annivers-
    aiy. Musical selections were oi-
    lered b" Miss Lillian Jacobs and
    Vrlen Queen, and election
    oi held. President is
    Ml Max ( :.'..: -
    Njomi Group was to meet at
    i'MHA on Thursday, with dec-
    i ii o offh ; s on thi' agenda.
    On Saturday, the group will have
    a barbeque and hay ride at the
    Amstock Ranch, funds to go to-
    wards a partial scholarship for;
    Brandeis Group
    Installs Officers
    Installation luncheon of Brandeis
    University, National Women's Com-
    mittee, Miami..Beach Chapter, was
    to be held on Thursday noon at
    the Deauville Hotel. In charge of
    reservations is Mrs. Milton
    Schwartz.
    Mrs. Arthur Jurkowitz was to be
    installed for her second term as
    president by Mrs. S. Schwartz.
    Program chairman, Mrs. Ben
    Zion Ginsburg, was to present
    Jimmy Rosenstrauch, president of
    Temple Emanu-El Players, who
    was to be accompanied by Mrs.
    Paul Draizer.
    Hada-.-ah Vocational School. Mrs
    Ephraim Collins is presi lenl
    Tikvah Group will hold a meet-
    8 p.m. at Tylers Restaurant
    in Coral Gabies on Mondaj
    tion hi officers will be held.
    On Sunday, the group \'.iil have1
    a cocktail party for members turn
    ing in two eye banks oi one Mir-
    acle book at the home of Mrs. G.
    Green, 6380 Snapper Creek Dr.
    Mrs. Charles Cotzin is president.
    * *
    Shalom Group was to meet at
    the apartment of Mrs. S. Steen in
    the Bricked Town House on Thurs-
    day. A book review was to be
    given by Mrs. Philip Fine on "Cast
    A Giant Shadow." Mrs. Hilda Laz-
    arus is president pro-tern.
    *
    Torah Group was to meet at the
    Coral Gables Women's Club, 1001
    E. Ponce de Leon, at noon on
    Thursday. Dr. Stanley L. Spielman.
    ophthalmologist, was to speak on
    "The Eye and You.' Mrs. Albert
    Dubbin is president of the group.
    On Saturday the group will
    have an. Eye Ball at the Woman's
    Club in Coral Gables. Mrs. Melvin
    Schwartz is chairman of the affair.
    Sonny Sands, comedian, will enter-
    tain, and ...-
    ie Hi-Fis
    Chaim Weizmar.n Group
    haw a card parl
    liters Hall, 151 >V
    Ave. Mrs. Han > < yprt s is
    man.
    Nexl regular meeting will I
    held on May 2 Mrs. Philip
    winik is presidi nl
    (OODTIIIMiS IX in i:

    Bagels..and Good Coffee
    No taste in the world satisfies like a bakery fresh
    bagel...and a cheering cup of Maxwell House
    coffee. Both are constant, unchanging and match-
    less in the joy they give-each in its own, a tradi-
    tional favorite in Jewish homes.
    MAXWELL HOUSE
    INSTANT OK REGULAR
    Good to the Last Drop!
    4XWELL
    HOUSE
    COFFE*
    K meant Kosher. Under supervlsitn of
    Rabbit Herscb Kohn and Bernard levy.
    BBS
    gathered for you
    Miriam Field
    $X> religious parents make heller
    parents? Is Jewish home life hap-
    pier? Are Jewish parents less likely
    to divorce? The answer 10 these pro-
    vocative questions is emphatically
    yes. According to an intensive 13-
    year study of college student.
    carried out by Dr. Jtidson T. iMndts.
    Professor oj Family Sociology ol
    lite University of California, re-
    ligiously oriented parents are nearly
    four limes more likely to stay
    married than non-religious parents.
    Jewish lathers and mothers are,
    moreover, more likely 10 stay
    happily married. "Jewish parents."
    he reports, "have the happiest mar-
    riagesand the fewest divorces.
    A kiss on the hand may be very
    romantic but a knish in the hand
    leads to love at first bite!
    PARTY POTATO KNISHES
    3 cups mashed potatoes
    % cup minced onion
    2 tbsps. Fleischmann's Margarine
    lVj tsps. salt W tsp. pepper
    2 si cups unsifted Hour 2 tbsps sugar
    V tsp. salt Vj cup Planters Oil
    >/j cup lukewarm water *
    2 eggs, beaten
    Planters Oil
    Blend potatoes, union. Heischniann'i
    Mar-Mriin. l'/i teaspoons sail, pep-
    per. Set aside. Blend Hour, sugar. !A
    teaspoon salt. Stir in '/i cup Planter*
    Oil. Hater, eggs. On lightly floured
    board knead dough until smooth. 3 to
    5 minutes. Ditide dough in half. Roll
    hair to 21" x 9" oblong; cut into three
    21" x 3" strips. Place layer of potato
    filling, J/4" high and 'A' wide, down
    center of each strip. Lift Hap of dough
    over tilling and roll o>er remaining
    dough; seal well. Cut into I '/i* knishes.
    Place the knishes on baking sheets;
    Hattcn with palm of hand. Repeat with
    rest of dough. Brush w ith Planters Oil.
    Bake at 350 K. 30 minutes, or until
    browned. Makes about 7 dozen.
    "*-C/if;c Is no love," remarked
    Ceorge Bernard Shaw, "sincerer
    than the love of food." So why do the
    French, those fabled lovers of
    Jood, prefer peanut oil? Well
    SO.OOU.tHM Frenchmen can't be
    wrong, and it is a fact that H5 of
    all the cooking and salad oil used in
    this land of cordon bleu cookery is
    ' actually peanut oil. Huston Esnault,
    dividecuisine at Sew York's Baroque
    Restaurant.rvvealsagourmel secret.
    "The finest oil you can cook with is
    peanut oil," declares M. Esnault.
    "It's the most delicate of today's
    light oils. And Planters Peanut Oil
    has the subtle character that French
    chefs demandto blend with and
    bring out the flavor of other in-
    gredients. It costs a little more hut
    gives you so much more flavor and
    lightness for those fewextrapennies.
    See what a superb difference it
    makes to your cooking."
    No wonder happy cooks from
    coast to coast arc saying "vive la
    difference" and vivelePlantersOil!
    "Love is good but it tastes belter
    with bread, and bread tastes best
    wih Fleischmann's Margarine,"
    runs the up-dated version of the
    sage old adage. For the clumsiest
    children and the hardest-to-please
    husbands love the delicate golden
    goodness of this delicious mar-
    garine. But it's not merely a matter
    of good taste. You know that
    Fleischmann's is made from 100.
    pure golden corn oil. You know
    that it's lowest in saturated fat of
    the nation's leading margarines.
    Now what else would a loving
    wife and mother serve her family'
    Concerned about kashrut? So are
    we! I U-ischniiinn's Margarines and
    Planters Oil are prepared under
    careful Rabbinical Supervision.
    MANNA ABOUT TOWN
    IS A STANDARD BRANDS EXCLUSIVE
    EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE
    BRIGHT Y0UN6 H0MEMAKER
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    - lub Last year
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    a 20. Mike won the French
    I and En:dih II prize* and f<>l-
    c 1 ?u:t Ifft year as he won
    French II and Enslish III
    zr > Last, but certainly not
    a--, he won the Phillip James
    Rosen Award, given to the mem-
    ber oi the Junior class who ex-
    - in bo'h scholarship and char-
    . The Cum Laude Soc-
    the equivalent of Phi Beta
    Rodents are elected
    on a r.; sc holarship
    I ward aca-

    the Passover holiday?
    tbei .
    Houa the Pass-
    over holiday with Mrs. Jacques
    and son. Fred, of Sunset
    I 4. were her sister Rose and
    - Solomon A Schlesinger. of
    York City Other friends
    and frequent winter visitors
    spending t h e holidays at the
    Ankara Hotel were Mr and Mrs.
    Max Finkelstein. of Southamp-
    ton. L. I.
    rove
    Ma
    of-towr. for the E. ah of
    Mordecai soi
    and Mrs Julius Sukenik. of
    Miami Beach, on Saturday
    The celebrant is an honor stu-
    dent at the Hebrew Academy,
    where his mother is a member of
    the faculty Rallying round
    for the occasion are the teen-
    agers grandfather. David Suke-
    nik. Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Lich-
    tenstein. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ze-
    ramba. all of Brooklyn: Rabbi
    Zev Segal. Newark: Mrs Alex
    Council Elects Mrs. Wolf son to Board
    Mr and Mrs Ma\ Silver, of
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    A CELEBRATION FOR
    ISRAEL
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    BERNARD MARKS
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    MICHAEL A. GOLAN
    MIAMI BEACH
    AUDITORIUM
    Sat., Apr. 30 1
    Men., May 2 at 8:30 p.m.
    MAIL ORDERS NOW
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    WICIS S1S4 SS-SI Tix Inct.
    Mrs Mitchell Wolfson has been
    elected to the board of directors
    of the National Council for Com-
    munity Services to International
    . isitors.
    The council is a national service
    organization which encourages the
    development and growth of com-
    Spring Fashion
    Show Scheduled
    By TV Women
    Tickets are s'ill available for
    the V s" Women's Spring Fashion
    Show to be held at the YM and
    WHA of Greater Miami, announced
    Mrs. Leonard Luna, president. The
    ~how-luncheon takes place on Apr
    20.
    Fashion commentator for the
    event will be Virginia Booker, tele-
    vision personality on Chan. 10.
    Mrs. Paul Rheingold. chairman, and
    Mrs M. Jacobson. fashion coordi-
    nator, announce the following
    members of the YV Women as
    models for the affair:
    Mrs. Leonard Luna. Mrs S Rud-
    ^in. Mrs. H. Heyman. Mrs Marshal]
    Harris. Mrs Mel Jackson. Mrs. Ben
    Stone. Mrs Al Winick, Mrs. J.
    Klein. Mrs S Pasternak. Mrs. R.
    You i
    Mrs Bessie Aronoff and Mrs. H.
    Faber, members of the Golden Age
    Friend-hip Club, will also act as
    models
    Rhoda Levine
    Starts 11th Term
    Mrs Rhoda M. Levine was in-
    stalled for her 11th term as pres-
    ident of Rhoda If. Levine Chapter.
    Fight for Sight, during the 11th
    annual installation luncheon on
    Tuesday at the Fontainebleau Ho-
    tel.
    Commissioner Alex Gordon of-
    ficiated at the ceremony, and Con-
    gressman Dante Fascell was prin-
    cipal speaker.
    Mrs. Florence Pick, program
    chairman, was in charge of the
    entertainment.
    munity organizations whose vol-
    unteers assist international visitors
    in their areas. More than 100 mem-
    ber organizations throughout the
    United States comprise the mem
    bership roster of the National
    Council whose headquarters is in
    Washington. DC
    Mrs Wolfson. one of 11 'volun-
    teers nationally elected to the
    board, will serve a three-year term.
    Mr- Wolfson is acting president
    of Miami's Council for Interna-
    tional Visitors. She founded and
    for three years was chairman of
    the International Welcoming Com
    mittee of Miami The committee
    assisted the US. Department of
    State in entertaining and showing
    the Greater Miami community to
    scores of distinguished foreign \i-
    itors brought here by the Depart
    ment of State.
    A fourth generation Floridian.
    Mrs. Wolfson is a leader in com-
    munity affairs The range of her
    activities has included serving for
    six years as president of the Miami
    Symphony Club, helping organize
    Girl Scouts in Miami Beach, ere
    ating the Frances Wolfson Art
    Scholarship Program for Dade
    County youth, restoring the his-
    toric Audubon House as a gift to
    the city of Key West, and other
    outstanding projects.
    Mrs Wolfson will attend her
    first national board meeting Apr
    24 to 26 at Airlie House in War
    renton. Ya. The program will in
    elude a workshop for board mem
    bers.
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    Shapiro. Elizabeth. N J : Rabbi
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    her child
    i- Eileen
    v.- [Mrs Michael
    Beach, who at-
    led B*a< an I Florida schools
    E Allen Becker, of 426 Arthur
    Godfrej R-. has returned from
    the New York State photograph-
    ers' convention held at Grossing-
    ers. -liberty. X. Y Himself
    a top award-winning photograph-
    er. Becker judged the exhibit
    prints there Frequently called,
    on to lecture throughout the coun-!
    try- he also delivered a two-hour
    talk deemed one of the high-
    lights of the convention.
    *
    Community-active Bess (Mrs
    Loui-i Glasser, president of
    Greater Miami Urban League,
    and the first woman to head the
    22-year-old social agency. i-
    slated to attend a conference in
    Washington on Apr. 17 to 19 .
    A highlight of the trip will be a
    reception and tea hosted by Lady
    Bird Johnson at the White House,
    to which Bess and the Florida
    delegation have received invita-
    tions.
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    18th Israel Anniversary Celebration
    Miami Beach Auditorium
    Sunday, April 24th, 8 p.m.
    Gala Concert
    Outstanding Israeli Artists:
    NICO AND NORA FELDMAN
    DR. MISCHA POZNANSKI ____........ Concert Violinist
    ISRAELI DANCES by the DAHLIA TROUP
    Nationally Prominent Speakers:
    HONORABLE SHIMON YALLON Israel Consul General
    MR. JACOB KATZMAN ...... General Secretary of Farband
    HONORABLE HERBERT TENZER, Congressman from New York
    All Seats Reserved Admission $1.00
    SPONSORED BY
    SOUTH FLORIDA ZIONIST COUNCIL
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    Triday. April 15, 1966
    *Jewlst) FleridUari
    Page 7-9
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    ... ^/rbovit f^eople and f^laces ...
    WITHOUT A DOUBT
    It*s a lovely house on Pine Dr.. truly magni-
    ficent, without a doubt. It belongs to Harriet
    and Marshall Harris, and they had Open House
    for their friends and families. The three Harris
    moppets, Steven, Jennifer and Andrew, had a
    grand time showing people around, especially
    their own quarters, which are upstairs. In the
    indoor garden, which is the foyer, stands a
    sculpture by Joan Lehman made of propeller
    parts designed just for them. Harriet and
    .Marshall have many original paintings, mostly
    by Miami artists. James Merrick Smith, who
    was their decorator, came and arranged the
    flowers, fort he cocktail party, mostly masses
    of ycllowrffe also designed a'Handshdke Sym-
    bol of yellow and blue flowers for the buffet
    tables. The house is so spacious that it didn't
    look the least crowded. There was music for
    dancing, but the guests were much too busy
    looking around, talking and eating. All of the
    family were there, including Anne and Joseph
    l.ipton, Mickey and Ron Lipton, and Mrs.
    Dorothy Harris. Helyne and Ken Treister were
    walking around looking for paintings by him.
    Then there were Jackie and Bob Traurig. Eil-
    een and Sam Luby Jr., Gloria and Norton Pal-
    lot, Marlene and Richard Stone, Cecily and
    Jerry Catcher, Martha and Stanley Myers. I.ynn
    and Sam Berkowitz, Sissy and Fred Scher,
    Janet and Marshall Pepper. Claire and Arthur
    Roslchan, Sandra and Al Vincr, Gloria and
    Howard Scharlin, Mary I.ee and Herb Hiller,
    Esther and Carl Weinkle, Sylvia and Sidney
    Lefcourt, Winnie and Leo Chaiken, Lennie and
    Barney Robinson. Carolyn and Josh Sirkin,
    and Gerry Lou and Buster Silverman.
    HE'S VERY FUSSY
    Rhona Guberman is enjoying every minute in
    her new house It's quite unusual, all wood from
    il to ceiling, with a special rack in the kitchen
    lor her husband Marvin's pots and pans. Marvin
    an attorney by profession and a cook by hobby.
    Weekends are his. lie's not a barbecue king but
    i ical gourmet cook His grandfather taught him
    ilie cuts of meat and his grandmother the art of
    cooking them. He started cooking at college when
    lii- roommates' efforts failed to appeal to him.
    When he offers his monthly cooking lesson at
    Burdine's, Rhona is there to watch. At home, she-
    is only allowed to do the salad and desert when
    he is chef. Since they moved into their new home,
    they have beeu and are having a series of intimate
    dinners. At the most recent were Flo and Perry
    Altfield. Elaine and Si Cohen, and Diane and
    Leslie Silverman.
    Marvin is very fussy about what he cooks and
    how it is served. His sauces are superb.
    SHE'S HERE TO STAY AWHILE
    Sadie Kling Frenkcl, of Baltimore, is in town.
    Arrived at the Lido Spa all set for a wonderful
    \acation, but within ten minutes, she went booln
    and broke her ankle. Her vacation will last much
    longer than she had planned.
    ANNOUNCING PLANS
    Natalie and Maurice Cohen were hosts at a
    cocktail party at the Doral Country' Club to an-
    nounce the engagement of their daughter, Nancy,
    to Carl Reiter. Nancy will be a June bride. She
    looked adorable in a long, white lace gown with
    her blonde curls piled high on her head. Yellow
    and white flowers were in profusion. Among the
    groom's family who came from Memphis for the
    engagement party were Mr. and Mrs. Murry
    Reiter, Mrs. Abe Reiter. Mrs. Marilyn Ballin, and
    Mr. and Mrs. Abe Davidson. Among Nancy's cute
    young friends were Barbara Mangels, Ann Schaf-
    fer, Linda Weinkle and Lois Varat. other guests
    included Dr. and Mrs. Allan Miehelson. Mr. and
    Mrs, Richard Touley, Mr. and Mrs. William Wal
    lieh. Mr. and .Mis. Morris Cohen, Mr. and Mrs.
    George Feller, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle. Mr,
    .\\\i\ Mrs. Seymour Somerstein, and Mr. and Mis.
    Sanford Kramer.
    rhere lias already been a kitchen shower for
    Nancy given bj Ada (Mrs. Jack) Abbott in the
    form ol a sit-down luncheon at her home with a
    huge cake sriying "Carl and Nancy." Among guests
    were Mrs. John Feller, Mrs. Max Cohen. Mrs.
    David Varat, .Mr- David Loreman, Mrs. Melvyn
    Fiumkes, .Mrs. David Miller. Mrs Irv Shapiro,
    and Mrs. Earl I'cilnoy.
    Frances Lehman
    HtL!) OVER 2nd BIG WEEK
    His Name was Mickey Marcus and
    He Fought Like David
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    aw<%
    Mrs. Meyers WHS Appear on Panel
    Anna Brenner Me;
    er ol Dade County's Board
    lie in-:ruction, lias been Bel-
    li appear on the program of
    6 convention of the Nation-
    . S hool Board- Assoi iation on
    2; to 26 in Minneapolis.
    The convention theme "School
    is chart a New Course," em-
    ihasizes the school board's chang
    ile in the educational unrest
    >f the 1960s. Mrs. Meyers will
    .'hair a special interest clinic at
    which "The Board and Program
    Evaluation" will be considered.
    Keynote speakers during the
    convention's general sessions will
    include Vice President Hubert ll
    Humphrey; Dr. Harold Howe II.
    U.S. Commissioner of Education:
    S nford, director of the
    Study on American Stales. Duke
    University and former Governor
    of North Carolina: and Whitnej
    M. Young Jr., executive director.
    National I rhan League.
    Mrs. Meyers, prominent civic
    worker and community leader, re-
    ceived Dades outstanding Cit-
    izen" award in 1957 and holds
    many other honors. A member of
    the Dade school hoard since 1953,
    she makes her home at 802 W. Di-
    I.ido Dr., Miami Beach.
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    * Jen 1st fhridliar
    Friday April 15
    Wore Gidney
    Meshe Sukfnik Sander Lipschiti
    Bonnie Solti
    jTjar Sander Liptchiti
    - UpSLhitf. will celebrate
    .- Baj Mitzvah al Beth To rah
    on Saturday morn-
    t A] : 16. Dr. Lipschiti is spir-
    leader of Beth Torah.
    celebrant is a seventh grade
    t at Greater Miami Hebrew
    conducts services (or the
    gation of Beth
    -. and is a member of TNT
    -.-ere
    Among those attending the cere
    ; will be grandparents of the
    Bai llitzvah. Rabbi and Mrs. Moses
    nan, of Detroit, and Mailech
    bite, as well as great uncle
    ird aunt. Dr. and Mrs. Irving
    l>ehrman.
    Kiddush luncheon will follow
    the ceremony, and a reception for
    family, out-of-town guests and
    ates of the celebrant will be
    held on Saturday evening at Beth
    Torah
    Bonnie Solti
    Bonnie, daughter of Mr. and
    Mrs Gerald Soltz. 6300 S\V 33rd
    St will become a Bas Mitzvah at
    Beth David Congregation on Fri
    day. Apr !5
    Bonnie is a seventh grade stu-
    dent at West Miami High School.
    She has been attending Beth David
    Religious School for the past seven
    years
    Bonnie is interested in spoils
    and the clarinet. She also excels
    in Spanish.
    Mr and Mrs. Frank Worth and
    Mrs Marion Sollz. grandparents of
    Bonnie, will attend the services.

    Steven Freeman
    Steven Alan, son of Mrs. Dorothy
    Freeman. 435 Cadima. Coral Gab-
    les, will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple
    Sheldon Defson Randy Rubin
    Judea on Saturday. Apr. 16.
    Steven is a seventh grade stu-
    dent at Ponce Junior High and a
    fir~t class Boy Scout and patrol
    leader of Troop 7 He is interested
    in collecting domestic and foreign I
    coins.
    The celebrants grandmother.
    Mrs- Harry Edel&bn. a longtime
    resident of the Miami area, will
    help him mark the occasion. Mr-
    Freeman will host the Kiddush in
    his honor.
    Merc Gidney
    Marc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
    Gidney. 4570 N. Bay Rd will ob-
    serve his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
    morning. Apr 16 at Temple Beth
    Sholom.
    The celebrant is a student 61
    Beth Sholom confirmation class
    5727..

    Moshe Sukenik
    Moshe Mordecai. son of Rabbi
    and Mrs. Julius Sukenik. 2820
    Sheridan Ave.. will be Bar Mitzvah
    fiddler on Roof to be Offered in Yiddish
    At Morton Towers thai' Celebration
    The committee in charge of the
    Mcrton Towers Israel Chai" Anni-
    rj Ball, to take place Saturday
    evening Apr 30. at the Fontaine-
    bleau Hotel, has arranged an un-
    treat for the evening.
    There will be a special presenta-
    in Yiddish of the Broadway
    hit, Fiddler on the Roof."
    The performance will be pre-
    sented by Lillian and Jan Bart.
    JAN AND UlUAN BART
    husband wife team, humorists, rac-
    onteurs and vocalists.
    Honorary chairman for the
    dinner is Judge Frederick N.
    Bared, with Judge Meyer L.
    Cherkas serving as honorary
    co-chairman.
    Co-chairmen are Mrs. Emanuel
    Mentz. Morris Minov, Mrs Sam
    Ruban. Mrs. Ira Weiner and Mrs
    Bennett Wexler. Associate chair-
    men are Abraham Checkman and
    Emanuel Mentz.
    A special guest of honor will be
    Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual lead-
    er of Temple Emanu-El. and a
    national Israel Bond leader.
    Bart has had a multi-faceted
    career and has been a distin-
    guished show business personality
    for almost three decades. He has
    appeared on top radio and televis-
    ion programs, and his recordings
    in seven languages have sold in the
    millions of copies. He has per-
    formed in major night clubs, ho-
    tels, and theatres throughout the
    world.
    A Tradition of Public Service!
    GRAHAM
    Son of the late Ernest R. Graham. Dace County state
    senator from 1937 to 1945, state Road Board member
    fro* 1929 to 1933, caadrdttt for (ovemor ki 1944.
    Brother o? William (Bill) Graham, member of Metro Tran-
    sit Authority: and of the late Philip L Graham, hrst
    chairman of COMSAT (Communications Satellite Project)
    under President John F. Kennedy, and crusading publish-
    er of the Vrasarafto* Post ami heastta Magazine.
    So* tf farmer school teacher Hilda Simmons Graham
    and husband af former school teacher Adale Kftvarjf
    ELECT BOB GRAHAM
    as your State Representative in Group 16
    County-wide Vote lever 31C
    on Saturday morning, Apr. 16. at
    the Hebrew A
    al the Aca
    bei o
    i
    .(.-> -treasurer of
    the Hebrew Academj Student
    Body.
    Mi- Sukenik i* a member of
    (be Hebrew Uaderr.y faculty. Out-
    of-town guests i!l include the
    celebrant's grandfather. David
    Sukenik of Brooklyn. N
    A Kiddush in honor of the Bar
    Mitztah will take place following
    the services at the Academy
    Randy Rubin
    Randy Lee. son of Mr ard Mrs
    Irwin Rubin. 5965 Alton Rd will
    become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.
    Apr. 16. at Temple Emanu-El.
    Randy attends *e\enth trade a!
    Nautilus Junior High School. He
    plays piano and likes sports of all
    kinds. His hobby is coin-collecting
    The celebrant will be honored
    at Kidduh immediately following
    the worship service in Sirkin Hall,
    and at a reception Sunday at the
    Diplomat Country Club
    Mrs. Betty Kaufman, of Tampa,
    and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rubin.
    I
    ! he <1
    Eric Cra'jck
    Eric, son of M Mi :;
    Dialuck. will bei
    on Saturday. Apr 16 at
    Zion.
    Brie is in the seventh j
    Glades Junior High He .
    ested in stamj ting
    in the advanced rr.ath class
    The celebrant will be i
    at a Kiddu.-h i:i In. Tetnpli
    Hall and a receptk
    . at the Yorkal
    Sheldon Celson
    Sheldon, --on of Mr a:
    Robert Delson v i:
    will become Bar Mitzvah ;
    David Congregation orr Sc
    morning. Apr 16
    Sheldon i- a se\i nth 21-i
    dent at the Hebrew Ai
    * ,
    has been attending B'th Da
    Ligioui School for the pi-
    years. Sheldon is interested
    tronics and track. He was a
    honorable mention in the
    Florida Science Fair for a
    on electro-cbemistrj
    There will be a ogrei.-
    Kiddush sponsored by his ;
    THE KOSHER BIACKSTONE HOTEL, MJAhV IUCH
    expresses its appreciation te
    REV. ISRAEL
    FOR HIS EXCELLENT CONDUCTING Of THE SEDOtt'
    AND SERVICES ON THE PASSOVER HOUBAYS
    S"kd Poii!it*l Adv.
    Here Are Seven Reasons Why I
    Want A Better Future For Florida
    MAURICE FERRE
    Maurice Ferre For
    State Senator (Dist. 17)
    He can do more... For Florida's Future!
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    Friday, April IS 1966
    <7-
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    JC.L
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    We
    the
    Women
    WOMAN OF THE WEEK
    Young at heart. 83-year-old Aunt Jennie Cohen wa-g
    married last month to Sam Levin, and now he's Roinj: t be Uncle Sam to the guests at the Delmonico Hotel, as well
    as social host, just as Aunt Jennie is social hostess. Aunt
    Jennie was born in' Philadelphia. A studious youngster, she
    was always reading and taking extra courses at school to
    develop her mind. She married Nathan Ory and had three
    sons, Albert. Randolph and Marvin. They lived in Anneston,
    Ala. The citations Aunt Jennie has from there list every-
    thing and more, besides what one woman can do in the
    field of PTA, social work, politics, civic affairs, women's
    clubs, and charity work, as well as being included in "Who's
    WheTTft American Jewfy."'
    Jennie worked with the Red
    Cross and at fort McClellan dur-
    ing the first World War. After the
    death of her rfflsband, Aunt Jennie ^
    movedjto Miami Beach. In 1939, :
    she warmarried to George Cohen.
    Now it was the Second World War.
    She von-ked at the Servicemen's
    Pier, was active in getting thou-
    sands of pads made for the Amer -
    (can Cancer Society, a program i
    which still goes on arid on, as well
    as being active in Temple Beth
    J^'jy Shnlom Sisterhood. SK^Hlso organ
    A
    ItHHIt
    ied the Young at H Jennie i- -*r d\ name, '"ul ""'
    year- have strengthened the won-
    derful her a good leader,
    Always busy, she became buster than ever, acting as
    social director a! the Delmonico Hotel, where after being
    a widow for ten years, she met a new guest, Sam, who
    ffered to help Jennie with all of her project-- So now.
    bi sides her own family. Jennie has a whole new one to be
    id of, including Sam's son. Sol Levine. who is technical
    or to Project Gemini and has written u book, "Appoint-
    ment in the Sky." with a foreword by President Johnson.
    Sam, who is so good and kind, according to his new wife,
    that only in America could a son of an immigrant
    become famous.
    They have planned a new life, as well as continuing
    with all the activities in which thej arc now
    Travel to Isn horl trips to their scattered families
    are in the
    Jennie's i hilosophy has been the creed she li\
    - served her well all these years, and may well be an
    inspiration to the youi as well as the older women. Jennie
    says, "Yesterdaj is gone Tomorrow may not come Do some-
    thing good today."
    -
    "
    Gales Marry In
    Saturday Rites
    Judith Shapiro, daughter of Mr.
    and Mrs. Edward Shapiro. 9050
    Broadview Terr., became the bride
    of William Alan Gale at the Dip-
    lomat Country Club where a re-
    ception followed the Saturday. Apr.
    9. nuptials. The bridegroom is the
    son of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Gale.
    8842 Emerson Ave.
    For the evening ceremony con-
    ducted by Rabbi Joseph Narot. the
    bride chose a gown of silk peau
    de soie and alencon lace and a
    bouquet of white orchids.
    Honor attendants were Deborah
    Shapiro and Mrs. Kenneth Marlin.
    Gayle Robbins, Gaby Cipolla, Lois
    Stalford and Sherry Berlin served
    as bridesmaids. Mara Gottlieb and
    Jackie Clark were flower girls, and
    Richard Marlin and Glenn Mat-
    thews were ring bearers.
    The bridegroom's best man was
    Alan Matthews, and ushers in-
    cluded Richard Feder. Barry Mar-
    lin. Mark Romer and Steve Frelich.
    A graduate of Miami Beach Sen-
    ior High, the bride will graduate
    from Florida College of Medical
    Technology in May. Her bride-
    groom is also a graduate of Miami
    Beach Senior High and attended
    ' the University of Miami and Miami-
    Dade Junior College.
    Summer Wedding
    On the Calendar
    Mr. and Mrs. Hairy I. Mor
    chower, of Morristown, N.J.. have
    announced the engagement of their
    daughter, Miss iic Jeanne, to
    Robert L Gropper, son of Mrs. Sol
    Gropper and the late Mr. Gropper,
    of Miami.
    Miss Morchower, a graduate of
    the Gill School. Bernardsville, N.J.,
    received an AB in speech correc-
    tion at the Universitj of Miami.
    where she was a member of Sigma
    Delta Tan Sorority. She is working
    toward a Master's degree at New
    York University.
    ller fiance graduated from the
    Universitj of Miami with a degree
    in speech therapy, and is ;i candi-
    date for B Master's degree in spc
    cial education.
    Currcntlj working with excep-
    tional children. Mr Gropper will
    toral program in the
    fall. The future bridegroom is also
    a member of the faculty at Temple
    Judea Religious School, and cur-
    rently a candidate for the Dade
    County Democratic Executive Com-
    mittee.
    A summer wedding is planned.
    .I in r K.iIn
    Installation For m
    New ORT Group
    Mrs. Florence Kupnermar pres-
    ident. Southeastern Florida R gion
    Women's American ORT, will con-
    duct installation ceremoni is for
    the Flamingo Chapter, recei tly or-
    ganized 19th group, at a luncheon
    on Thursday noon. Apr. 21 :n the
    Morton Towers Restaurant
    Officers to be inducted a Mrs.
    Nat Wiener, president: Mrs Ann
    Hirsch, Mrs. Lillian Kriegel. Mrs.
    Louis Levy, Mrs. Nat Newman,
    Mrs. Syd Fire, vice president; Mrs.
    Jennie Feder, treasurer: Mrs. Har-
    ry Kaufman, financial secretary;
    Miss Anna Sporer, corresponding
    secretary'; Mrs. Ann Gans, record-
    ing secretary: Mrs. Gertrude Sol-
    omo, parliamentarian.
    Mrs. Irving Lichtman wiH give
    the invocation. In charge :' res-
    ervations are Mrs. Harry Kauf-
    i man and Mrs. I,eo Wernei.
    1 Savings and Loan
    Ladies to Gather
    MRS. WILLIAM GALE
    A total of 260 women rep'
    ing 16 Savings and Loan A
    lions in Dade County will
    On their return from Jamaica, the seventh annual ladies'
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    ______ings and Loan Institute.
    Following luncheon at SI
    for steak, the group will
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    Chairman for the evenl
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    oral: Miss Jackie Hamlet
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    #j
    iea was host.Thtus-
    jning to Sydney J.
    widely-read news-
    inist and author,
    vyn Ames chose an
    costume suit for the
    hite trimmed in pink
    ajplor choice of Mrs. Ar-
    Her knit suit had a
    iwled collar in pink
    [stripes, and her coat
    [latching shade of pink.
    kris Kipper was in a
    [two-piece knit with a
    [ascot at the neckline.
    Seitlin wore a yellow
    pebble woven fabric,
    ece tailored suit fea-
    piquc trim at the
    A white Israeli knit
    Hied with black hand-
    banding at the V-neck-
    round the ruffles on
    ]uarter-length sleeves,
    by Mrs. .Joseph Krefetz.
    PI Warshaw's apricot-
    d knit ensemble fea-
    hi^h ribbed neckline.
    Ibbing repeated on the
    ose neckline began
    heath trim ended. A
    pink knit, with the
    ighter shade of pink,
    hoice of Mrs. Louis
    bre greens created an
    b print on the jacket-
    it seen on Mrs. Meyer
    s. Max Temchin's silk
    was in hot-pink, with
    eckline, relaxed waist-

    line, and modified A-line
    houette.
    Navy blue with white polka
    dots was worn by Mrs. Al Jacob-
    son. Her full skirt was pleated,
    bodice fitted, and neckline a
    scooped cowl. Navy blue was also
    the color choice of Mrs. Norman
    Kutner. Her two-piece knit fea-
    tured a white crocheted jabot
    and ruffled cuffs on her jacket.
    Mrs. Rol>ert Mann's three-piece,
    toast-colored knit featured a high
    style poncho capelette. Bone and
    white were artfully combined in
    the silk print that Mrs. Rose
    Alterman wore.
    * e
    |>JRS. Edward White chose an
    " unusual Greige wool jersey
    sheath with a matching full-
    length coat and rounded, looped-
    cord neckline. Metallic emblem
    buttons trimmed the white Hal
    ian knit worn by Mrs. Wilma
    Ileins. Mrs. Joseph Caputa s Ital-
    ian knit was in a unique mate-
    lasse weave. She had a pink ivory
    pin in the shape of a sailing ves-
    sel which was bought from the
    jewel collection of the last Queen
    of Korea.
    Mrs. Irving Schwartz's emerald
    green knit ensemble had the
    three-piece look created by the
    green and white striped bodice.
    Mrs, I. B. Berk took many months
    to make the Carib blue ribbon
    knit sheath and velvet and rib-
    bon knit jacket. Her jacket was
    knit in the Chanel style.
    Buchwald at Beth Am
    MISS AUDA KROVETZ
    Miss Krovetz Is
    Future Bride
    Mr. and Mrs. Morris Krovetz.
    9288 Bay Dr.. announce the engage-
    ment of their daughter. Alida Beth,
    to Miles Philip Bunder, son of Mr.
    and Mrs. Morris Bunder, of Phila-
    delphia.
    Miss Krovetz attends the Uni-
    versity of Rochester. Her fiance at-
    tends the University of Pennsyl-
    vania and will go to the Jewish
    Theological Seminary.
    A June wedding is planned.
    Art Buchwald. nationally-known
    newspaper columnist, will be the
    third and final speaker in the
    Spring 1966 Tem-
    ple Beth Am For-
    um Series.
    Buchwald will
    he heard this
    Sunday evening
    at Beth Am. 5950
    No. Kendall Dr.,
    So. Miami, at 8:30
    p.m.
    Dr. Morton No-
    tarius, chairman,
    and Mrs. Joshua
    Segal, co chair-
    man, said that Buchwald is known
    as "the most American observer
    of the European scene since Mark
    Twain," bringing hisAsfl
    center views of the win! U ol pol
    itics and society to his woi
    Buchwald covered "Paris After
    Dark'" for some 14 years heforo
    returning to the United States t->
    focus his attention on the Amer-
    ican scene.
    BUCHWALD
    Chai Chapter Meeting
    A regular meeting of Chai Chap-
    ter. B'nai B'rith Women, will be
    | held at the Deauville Hotel on
    | Tuesday at 8 p.m. Program will in-
    clude elections of officers, awards
    I presentation, and special guest,
    i Mrs. Arthur Horwitz, chapter' con-
    sultant.
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    Troupe Performs
    For Opti-Mrs.
    First regular meeting at its new
    location. Tony's Fish Market on I
    the 79th St. Causeway, was held j
    by the Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami
    Beach on Wednesday at 11:45 a.m.
    Mrs, Sy Silverman. president, pre-
    sented the members of the nom-
    inating committee.
    Highlight of the afternoon was |
    a performance by Jay W. Jensen.
    Miami Beach Senior High drama
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    Cast members were John Schewel. i
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    tinier. Rabbi Avrom L.
    Btual leader, will hold
    Hebrew School dinner
    a) the Sterling Hotel,
    party will precede the
    eiier. who has served
    of the Center for the
    ars. and Mrs. Leitcr,
    ten active both in the
    Sisterhood, will be hon-
    resented with a gift
    ding services."
    Fidelman, honorary
    is chairman of the
    blished in conjunction
    Hy M. Morris, honorary pres-
    ident, is serving as general chair-
    man of the event, William Druck-
    er. co-chairman of the Hebrew
    School, will serve as toastmaster.
    Dr. Seymour Ricklcs serves with
    Drucker as co chairman of the
    Hebrew School. Rabbi Simon
    April is school principal.
    Among those present to honor
    Mr. and Mrs. Leiter will be Louis
    Schwartzman, executive director of
    I the Bureau of Jewish Education,
    and Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Suirsky,
    formerly of the Israelite Center,
    and now spiritual leader of Beth
    , Jacob on Miami Beach.
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    Psychiatrists Due at Sirai Seminar
    Honor**} o; Temple Menorch's celebrctioo-FJocriquet for dis-
    tingudbed service to the synagogue are standing (left to
    'right Uberto Orvietat- Jrry Sussman. Abac bam. Towhih
    Leoncid Rosen, president of Temple Mtmafah. Mrs. lack
    Segali banquet chairtpan; Jack Segal M/. Essie y/oK, jour-
    nal chhkman. Sam Malow, Men's Division chairman. Seated
    (left to right) are Mi iMcuiies Uberto Orvieto. Jerry Sussman.
    Abraham Towbin. Spn Malow, Leonard Rosen. Abraham
    Seleioff and Mr. Abfcjiarn SelecoH.
    Lutff Elected
    IsrJP PresidRit
    tdF
    S*r. tuby Sr was eldsjed to a
    sei-jfl^'QVe-year tern; 0 pros:
    dorv'^hTejmple Israel oft^Sreat
    Muaw-^glhe 45th annualrneetins
    of AeEtorm Jewish congrega-
    te. T.;e3ay night.
    Vice presidents elected wore My-
    roi. M. Behrman. Elliott D
    llfcimenthal. Nathan S. Gnnaenick
    ant David Hochberg: Ji_sfp*i A.
    (iarfieM. treasurer: I.a>*%ence
    S ^er. secretary: and Arnold
    Rosen, financial secretary' "
    Elected to the board of trustees
    for tuo-vear term- were Alvin Cas-
    lel Bart L Cohen. CravM Flee-
    jnan, Sam Goldman. Marton Grant.
    Aaron Kanner. Howard' Klivans.
    Robert Levin. S. Ronald Pallot.
    Sidney Raff el. Julius Rosenberg.
    William Ruben. Jack Schillinger.
    Mi- Leopold Schwartz. Arnold
    Seeder and George Sogg
    SAM LUBY St.
    Sanka Coffee
    Has Top Flavor
    f you haven't tried Sanka Cof-
    fee recently, you're missing a real
    coffee treat
    Sanka Coffee is still 97 percent
    caffein free, but caffein has no
    taste; so none of Sanka's delicious
    armia roast flavor has been re-
    moved You'll be surprised and
    delighted to find that Sanka Cof-
    fee tastes as good or better than
    Pan-American
    Handicap Set
    Pan-American Day on Saturday
    at Gulfstream Park, featuring the
    $50,000 Pan American Handicap,
    will be an occasion for the pres-
    entation of a Pan-American mus-
    ical show by the American Art
    Institute.
    Students of the American Art
    Institute, internationally famous
    interpreters of Pan American
    Music, will perform from noon to
    12:30. and will be presided over
    by the Rev Fr Chabbe.
    Consuls from the Pan-American
    nations and officials of Metro-
    Miami will be guests of Gulfstream
    for the festivities. Pan-American
    Day at Gulfstream is held in con-
    Home For Aged
    Sweet Sixteen'
    Donor Luncheon
    Invitations are in the mail for
    the "Sweet Sixteen Donor Lunch-
    eon" to be held on Sunday noon
    at the Algiers Hotel under the aus-
    pices of the Greater Miami Wom-
    en's Auxiliary. Jewish Home for
    the Aged
    Mrs Rose I. Brown is donor
    chairman, and Mrs Rose Roth is
    donor journal chairman. Funds
    raised from these two projects go
    to the Auxiliary treasury, which
    contributes SI.000 every month
    toward the maintenance of the
    Home.
    Women who have raised or giv-
    en a minimum of S30 during the
    past year will be honored at the
    luncheon
    Mrs Laurence Silverman. Aux-
    iliary president, will give the mes-
    sage of welcome and Dr. Celia
    Wohl will offer the invocation.
    Mrs. Sol Silverman. honorary
    president of the Auxiliary, who
    chaired the first donor project in
    1950. will preside over the sweet
    sixteen birthday cake ceremony
    Mrs. Louis Makovsky. program
    chairman, will introduce Jimmie
    Rosenstrauch. president. Temple
    Emanu-El Players, who will give
    excerpts from "Fiddler on th
    Roof.' accompanied at the pian<
    by Millie Drazin.
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    Loui= Wolfson Auditorium
    "Three outstanding authorities
    will provide practical auid: I
    doctors practicina organic med-
    icine in the recognition and man-
    agement of these frequently en-
    countered emotional disorders,"
    said Dr. David Brezin. director
    of medical education at the hos-
    pital.
    Following tho presentations.
    Dr. Brozin said, thtre will be an
    informal panel discussion dur-
    vour usual coffee
    Pick up Sanka Coffee on your
    next shopping trip. Then drink it
    and enjoy it. It s 100 percent real junction with the City of Miami's
    coffee, comes instant and ground, celebration of Pan-AmeiScan Day.
    and is certified kosher and pane Other races scheduled for Pan
    for year round use. This is another American Day include the Metro-
    fint- product from General Foods, politan Dade. City of Miami, and
    S T. Torch of Friendship Purses.
    ORT Chapter
    To Set Agenda
    Miami Business and Profes.-ional
    Chapter of ORT will hold a card
    and games party at the Surf^ide
    Community Center next Wednes-
    day e\ening.
    Regular monthly business meet-
    ing of the chapter will be held on
    Tuesday evening. Apr. .26, 8:15
    p.m.. at Miami Beach Federal. 301
    71st St.
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    from hora d'oeuvrta to a complete buffet
    170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655
    Under the strict eupervleion of the Unltea Kashrus Association of
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    vited.
    The differeti
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    lessor and cbai
    nient ot Pcychia.tr} u ,
    ington University. Dr John
    Schwab, associate professor of p.
    chiatry and medicine at the l
    .ersity of Florida, uill discuss
    xiety and depression in severe an
    chronic illness. Dr Herman I
    Denber, director of psvehiatric ra
    search at Manhattan State Hospital
    infjew York, will presen, th>
    treatment of anxiety and deirre.
    sion.
    Chairman of the nrojram *f'
    be Dr. Alfred Hurwitz, chief
    surgery. Dr. Bernard Goodmar
    chief of the Section of Psychiatr
    and Neurolo^.v Department o''
    Medicine. Mount Sinai Hospita'.'
    and clinical associate piofessor of
    psychiatry. University of Mu^
    School of Medicine, will modem
    the panel discussion
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    JKF Banquet to Honor Schatzman Here;
    Soprano Mo!!y Stark Will Be reatured
    Irving Schatzman will be hon-
    ored at a banquet of the Jewish
    National Fund Council of Greater
    Miami on Wednesday night, Apr.
    20, at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
    The banquet will honor Schatz-
    man for "his dedicated service
    over many years tr> Miami Rna'-*'"
    and establish a JNF Forest in his
    name in Israel.
    Featured musical star on the
    program will be Molly Stark, of
    New York. William Bornsteln,
    president of the JNF Council here,
    declared.
    "We hope to establish the Irv-
    ing Schatzman Forest as a living,
    eternal tribute to a most deserving
    servant of hi people," Bornstein
    noted. "Schatzman truly exempli-
    fies an outstanding, selfless hu-
    man being, who has given and
    continues to give of h's time, en-
    ergy and means for ove- a quarter
    of a century."
    Guest artist, Molly Stark, has
    been v soWtat Ret'io tfttj l.Iusie
    Hall and with J>1polti Stokowski
    and the New "Vork Philharmonic
    I ie Hall Sh h-i* also
    been featured at the Rodgers and
    Hammerstein Nite at Lewisohn Sta-
    dium in New "> ork.
    Miss Stark, a soprano, has had
    club dates at Grossingers, Amer-
    icana. Waldorf-Astoria. St. Horitz,
    Berkley Carteret, Savoy Hilton,
    New York Hilton and the Plaza.
    She records for Columbia and the
    Tikva labels.
    Third Seder Sunday
    The Golden Age Friendship Club
    of the YM and W11A ot Miami
    Beach will have a Third Seder to
    conclude the Passover celebration
    on Sunday. 1:00 p.m., at the "Y,"
    1536 Bay Rd. There will be enter-
    tainment by the Golden Age
    Friendship Club's Choral Group
    and a reading of the Haggadah
    IKVIUG SCHATZMAN
    Israel Thai' Anniversary Celebration Set
    Here by South Florida Zionist Council
    Celebration of Israel's 18th anni-
    versary of independence will be
    held by the South Florida Zionist
    Council at Miami Beach Auditor-
    ium on Sunday. Apr. 24. 8 p.rn.. at
    Miami Beach Auditorium.
    Artists will include Nico and
    Nora Feldman. formerly with" the
    Israel Opera Co.. in a program of
    appropriate music. Cantor Feld-
    man currently serves with Temple
    Menorah.
    Also featured will be Dr. Misha
    Posnansky. concert violinist, with
    Israeli dances by the Dahlia
    Troupe.
    Shimon Yallon, consul gen-
    eral of Israel for the South-
    eastern region of the United
    States, will bring greetings on
    behalf of his government. Jacob
    Katzman, national secretary of
    the Farband Labor Zionist Or-
    der, and a member of the World
    Zionist Action Committee, will
    be principal speaker.
    Katzman is also a member of the
    American Zionist Council, the Cen-
    tral Committee of Poale Zion. Na-
    tional Committee for Labor Israel,
    a director of the Teachers Sem-
    inary, and chaplain with the U.S.
    Armed Forces.
    Also arriving to attend the event
    is Cong. Herbert Tenzer. of New
    York, who will appear on the pro-
    gram.
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    [sterhoed Bazaar
    .t At Beth Sholom
    istcrhood of Temple Beth Shol-
    will hold a one-day, all-day
    Mar on Wednesday in the audi-
    lium of the temple, according to
    announcement by Mrs. Seymour
    German, president of Sisterhood.
    The bazaar will feature new and
    Ed merchandise.
    Mrs. Sam Hirsch and Mrs. Nor-
    n I Russ are co-chairmen of
    affair, and the "working com-
    ttee consists of Mrs. Martin
    iner. Mrs. Max Diener, Mrs.
    Pjamin Mandcll. Mrs. Joseph
    irpe Mrs. HaHry W. Greenberg,
    Marvin Cooper. Mrs. Sam Sol-
    on. Mrs. Arthur Weider, Mrs.
    T> Sihuldiner. Mrs. Walter
    tote, Mrs. Paul Blumberg,
    Al Goldman. Mrs. Saul Bel-
    le, Mr5 Julius Ser and Mrs.
    onan! Platt.
    Ura. Joseph Pardo. Sisterhood
    e president, is in charge of the
    's and means program of the
    hood
    Rights of the Individual'
    "The Protection of the Public
    and the Rights of the Individual"
    was the subject of a public forum
    talk by Judge Jack Falk on Mon-
    ay evening at the Oceanfront Aud-
    itorium. Sponsored by the Miami
    Beach Bar Association, it was the
    second of eight public forums
    planned, according to attorney
    Richard W. Wasserman. chairman
    of the Bar's publicity and public
    Relations committee.
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    sist the student who needs
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    I'racniiU music. Hebrew and
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    Wnplete range of aquatic
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    and every camper receives
    instruction in swimming
    pom elementary to the most
    Ted, (Jiving, iife-saving and
    '.v. aquaplaning and
    prding. .
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    Judge Shachat
    Eyes Bench Seat
    Judge Martin P. Shachat. who
    sits as Judge of the Dade County-
    Small Claims Court, is a candidate
    for the office of Judge of the Civil
    Court of Record.
    A 1951 graduate of the Univer-
    sity of Miami Law School, Judge
    Shachat has heard more than 15.-
    000 cases since his appointment
    to the bench in 1963. Residing in
    Florida since 1948. Shachat previ-
    ously served two non-successive
    terras of two years each as North
    Miami Beach Municipal Judge.
    He is a World War II combat
    veteran and a member of Jewish
    War Veterans, the American Le-
    gion, and the Uisabled American
    veterans.
    Actively engaged in community
    affairs. Judge Shachat is treasurer
    of the North Miami Beach
    Optimists Club, a member of the
    Knights of Pythias, the North
    Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
    merce. B'nai B'rith. and past presi-
    dent of the North Miami Beach
    Blood Bank.
    Shachafs professional affilia-
    tions include the Florida. Ameri-
    can. Dade County. North Dade Bar
    Associations, and Commercial Law-
    League of America. He lives with
    his wife. Jewel, and their three
    children in No Miami Beach.
    JWV Political Forum
    South Dade Post of Jewish War
    Veterans, Norman Miller, com
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    forum will be held at Dade
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    .1 8 p.m.
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    Two Beachites Succumb on Flaming
    Cruise Ship Viking Princess Apr. 8
    Rehearsing for CJA Women's Play
    Services were held here this past
    week for Mrs. Fanny Lewen 58.
    and Peter Brooks, also 58. both
    of whom .succumbed to a tn?art at-
    tack during the fire which gutted
    the Viking Princess on Friday.
    Apr 8. while on a Caribbean
    cruise.
    Members of a group from 3 Is-
    land Ave. who had planned the
    holiday cruise together, Mrs.
    Lewen coitapsed as she boarded a
    ife boat with her husband, Harold.
    i: [rving Lehrman conducted the
    services at Rh Memorial
    ipel, 1920 Allen Rd on Apr. 10.
    Mi s. Lewen, a donor to Jewish
    . harities, w as a iber of the
    i] Childn
    i] Council ol Jewish Worn
    al Pat kinson Founda-
    tion, American Society for
    n and ha I erved for three
    irs as presid nl ol Terrace
    Tow ers Women.
    In addition to her husband, she
    bj a son, Edward
    ii Miami: her mother.
    Services For
    Former Miamian,
    Herman L. Homa
    Former Miamian, Herman I.
    ma, 77, died in Panama on
    Thursday. Apr 7. A will known
    tile contractor, Mr. Homa had
    noved to the Isthmus in l!>40 as
    a til- sub-contractor of Miami Tile
    and Marble Co.
    Mr. Homa worked with Tucker
    McClurc in the construction of
    Mrs. Yetta Cream, of Miami
    Beach: sisters. Mrs. Sarah Class-
    man, of New York City, and
    Muriel; brothers. Herbert Cream,
    of Miami. Joseph Cream, of Los
    Angeles.
    Mr. Brooks, also a member of
    the party from 3 Island Ave.. who
    died while still aboard the Viking
    Princess, was returned to Miami
    several days later. Services were
    held Apr. 13 al Newman Funeral
    Home, with interment at Mt. Me 10
    Cemeterj
    Originally from Philadelphia,
    Mr. Brooks came here 21 years
    a ,.. He and I is w fe, Cecelia, re-
    cently retired from the Cecelia
    - Real Estate School on
    ii Beach. He was a charter
    er, past president and past
    treasurer of the 100 Club of Dade
    County, treasurer-elect of the
    Miami Beach Optimist Club, and
    a Mason.
    He is survived by his wife: and
    brothers, Stanton, of New York
    City, and William, of Philadelphia.
    HEATTER
    MRS SAIIHIC ',"'' ,
    II .. i. I, ") held
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    I -, ,. nit I ii Xe *'r"
    , u.i- .i K( h kjI Ii
    . \ ,1 I \ .1 mm, I IllHIl,
    lit,-1 \i.. da, iind iwn grand-
    i lil..i
    . Wesl
    Rehearsing for the play, "Board Stiff," which Gerard, Mrs. Gerald Shore and .'
    will highlight the Young Women's Division of Lipsky. Seated (left to righi an
    the Combined Jewish Appeal bruncheon at the Friedman and Mis. Leon Kaplai Mrs
    Everglades Hotel on Tuesday. Apr. 19. at 11 Inn ;s director of the shew, wi
    a.m., are standing (left to right) Mrs. Thomas sisting of CJA volunteers. (See Pc
    DAVIDOrF. N.iiuan. 7:
    A> -.. died pr. i".
    Kli, i -i.i. .
    ENFiELU. Heni>. J, i>f I1 Mich-
    Imui .\\. ilii .i \"> h ltl\ i nl'
    KLEIN. !.. Is M., Ba> Rd
    ..... Vpr s. Klv.THldi
    quarters at Ft. Kobbe. H. Clay- westin. living,
    ST.
    V.
    ,1 ..I Apr.
    ion. and Albrook Air Force Base
    He continued contracting in the berson. i: ih,
    Canal Zone as H. I. Homa Co with
    his son. C. William Homa. who
    joined him in 1947.
    In 1965, Mr. Homa was award-
    ed a 50-year plaque from Mosaic
    Tile Co. of Cleveland, O., in rec-
    ognition of half-a-century's busi-
    ness relations.
    Si I \ Ii .- In N'
    WEiSSMAN. Samuel, IS 20th
    .- dli I Apr. i
    GLASSMAN. I nf IXIftTi
    lllver-ide
    nf 9499 rolllnn
    w. died Al r. Itlvi i
    GELMAN. .Inxeph I., ''' of 11 s'-lh
    Si died Apr 7. Klvi i nlde.
    FRANKEL. Belthold V\\, nf HMD
    Royiil I'.iiin Ave 'li' '1 Apr 7 Im> i r-
    - de.
    SOCHET. Rime, 7''.. "f M95 PnllillH
    \\.- .i pi! Ajir. 7. Si i vli In New
    York RtvemMe
    KAPLAN, l>;,.i. 79, nf 2991 Alton lid .
    died \r. u. Riverside
    SCHWARTZ. Nut. :. of 1931 MarHellle
    In-., died Vpr. r,. Rlversldi
    SCHAT2, Henry, 7i. ut ixoo Nl-: 176th
    Born in South Africa. Mr. Homa St.. died \pr 5. Rlvemlde.
    .,, |(.,t,.,t thi.i-.. and in Sent- WALLACH. Mnriruerite iK.-rneh). BS,
    .i.is educated mm ana in scot of ,,,],,,, ,. ,. h| ,IUil A, :, uIll8.
    and before coming with his par- ,., t-
    ents to Chicago, moving to Miami burXk n, J-v=-.;;.
    ,n HUT
    A well known bridge player.
    .. was a Mason, member ol
    ii.U Lodge, the Scottish Rite silver, iren. si ; >-i sv>
    ii Shrine, lie also De- silvers; ei s\v
    ?Alc* 'Hiip.Rb';.
    B n h "i Panama < Ity, and
    Union Club m Panama City.
    , ,-,, WElNl RALB. R<
    rs include his wife, Etta,
    witn whom he marked his Golden berke nk n:th st,
    Vic- miversary in Miami stear^' .;;,'; .( \\\"- sw
    several years ago; a daughter, ini si., Ma u iton,
    Mrs Raehara Slnin llihbins STEINBERG. l.-r... I. M, ..( 1130 NK
    uMla. Bulbdld Mlin. IliODiUs. nmh St.. died Apr. 1 Rlvei
    .Minn.; son. C. William. of weisberg. Miirley, 61, nf 942 Hymn
    Gamboa; a brother. Jack Homa. j^,' i':,','1 Vi,' ~" ''" '" '"""k"
    of Chicago: two sisters. Mrs. Joe '"'_____________
    Hyman. Chicago. Mrs. Harry Heck-
    man, of Scarsdale. N Y ; and six La DOheiTie Set
    grandchildren.
    Services were held Apr. 13 in HeTC TOT ADI*. 24
    Panama. Further services and in-
    tcrment were to be held in Miami Puccini s "La Boheme, one o
    or. Apr 14. Gordon Funeral Home ,he most delightful and successful
    was in charge.
    operas ever written, will be pre-
    sented by the Opera Guild of
    Greater Miami on Sunday after-
    noon, Apr. 24, at Dade County
    Auditorium, starting at 2:30 p.m.
    "La Boheme." second of the
    Dade Family Opera Series to be
    mounted by the Guild this season,
    will be sung in English.
    Based on Henri Murger's novel,
    .lack \. line, real estate de- .-Sccnes of Bohemian Life." the
    .el.,per and lon^ time Honda g in four actg relates the ^
    businessman, .lied Saturday morn- o| sl,.,,,,,,. young Brtista in love
    Its enchanting music, pathos, com-
    Realty Developer,
    Jack N. Fine,
    Dies Here at 60
    ing, Apr. si lie was 80
    Mr. Fine, ol 4465 No. Bay Rd. e came herj from New York 28 one 0f the most popular works in
    . ago. He built and owned
    ly Park Apartment Complex
    in Davtona Beach. Other South
    popu
    the operatice repertoire,
    In featured roles are 11 young,
    . ','i professional artists who have sun
    'nvC,Ude numerous parts in the Ol
    ? I" ".aTeral co,::,,n, an ^
    imported hghtmg fixtu iny, ....
    ,: and mortgage banking, f* Productions l hey ,.,
    El and belonged to the
    Masi
    Elizabeth Walker, soprano, as
    Mimi; Daniel Green, baritone, as

    He is survived hv his wife, San MarceUo; Barbara Oladsden. 50
    dra; son Ronald; daughter, Mrs. i""8"0- as Musetta; and Edward
    Carole Masington; mother. Ida Uoe' h^- as Collinc.
    Fine, of Great Neck: brothers. Music director and conductor
    Nathan and Solomon Fine, and vnll be Dr. Paul Csonka. Sharine
    sisters Lee and Miriam, all of New stage direction chores will be An-
    York: and six grandchildren. thony Stivanello and James Faga.
    Services were held on Sunday.1 A children's chorus of 30. coached
    Apr. 10, at Riverside Memorial by Miss Juanita Wilson, of North
    Chapel. 1920 Alton Rd with in Miami Junior High School, will also
    terment in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. participate in the production.
    make your
    radio
    sound
    better
    turn your dial to
    UJVCG
    SOUTH FLORIDA'S GOOD MUSIC STATIONS
    AM 1080 KC. 10,000 Watts
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    ip:.
    15. 1966
    +Jewish fhrktt&n

    Ptjr*i5-B
    hicki Cousins
    Get Citation
    Reform Men
    By Special Report
    V()RK Norman Cousins,
    . the Saturday Review, and
    ,r i efforts to outlaw nu-
    Mmb tests, has been selected
    National Federation of
    . Mon's Clubs as the rectpi-
    . us annual award for dis-
    . ,.,\ service to peace and
    ity.
    who is honorary pres-
    the United World Fed-
    and former co-chairman
    , National Committee for a
    uclear Policy and the Cit-
    nnmittee for a Nuclear Test
    taty, will receive the award
    37th annual convention of
    s!i Mi it's Clubs Federation.
    e convention at Grossinger,
    May 1 to 4, will bring 10-
    hsr more than 700 delegates
    renting 350 men's dobs
    cted with Conservative syn-
    ojes in the United States and

    LEGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL.NOTttHi;
    NORMAN COUSINS
    i of Cousin's selec
    of the award was
    iiye London, of Chi-
    of [he National
    Jewish Men's Clubs.
    - an affiliate of
    i jogue of America,
    . m of the Conserv-
    nl in Judaism.
    / m address the con
    ses
    Sundav
    Council Sponsors
    Anti-Poverty Move
    Greater Miami Section, National
    Council of Jewish Women. "Wom-
    an on the Move'' Forum, high-
    lighting low income consumers
    problems, will be held al Miami
    High, 2450 SW lsl St.. on Friday.
    Apr. 22. Irom 10 to 2 p.m. A box
    lunch will be served.
    Guesl speakers will be Miss
    Juanita Green, of Miami Herald.
    and Mary Gardner Jones, Federal
    le Commissioner.
    Co-sponsoring the interrelegious,
    interracial venture are the United
    Church Women, the National Coun-
    cil oi Catholic Women, the Na-
    tional Council ol Negro Women,
    the Young Women.- Christian As
    sociation, and the Office oi Econ
    omic Opportunity.
    This i- nan lo-woman anti-
    povertj i launcl d on the
    national level bj the National
    Council ol Jewish Women
    itcr Miami Section and its
    '. ing or
    the consumer needs ol the woman
    in p ivertj and then prol 'ion
    ion by unscrupul-
    merchants.
    por the community, the
    forum will be held on Thursday,
    mi High, from 7:30
    it, ii p in Coffee will be served.
    tion leaders conducting the
    forum include Mrs Irving Wexler,
    Section vice president, public af-
    fairs, chairman; Mrs. Philip Pearl-
    man, director; Mrs. Theodore Ber,
    assistant director; Mrs. William i
    Mississippi, North|Brenner, Section president: Mrs.
    Varon Fair, national board mem-
    ber; Mrs. Stanley Myers, national
    vice president; Mrs. Sidney Lewis,
    national board member: Mrs. Nor
    man Cohan, resource committee;
    Mrs. Samuel Gerson, publicity.
    Working on the committees are
    Mrs Betty Lou Barbieri, represent
    ing EOP: Mrs. Charted Flnkle,
    YWCA; Mrs Edward Peeple, Mrs.
    Thomas Pall ter. National Council
    holic Women.
    in the Circuit court of the
    eleventh judicial circuit in
    and for dade county.
    florida, n chancery
    No. 66C 2863
    NOTICE OF
    ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS
    IN RE: AIXH'TION <'!
    .....tOTHY ANN RYXl'M
    Til UlloM IT MAY CONCERN:
    TI.KASK TAKE NOTICE thill th<
    undersigned Petitioner will bring on
    la be heard her Petition for Adoption
    of Aduli In the above Hlyled cause foi
    hearing before the HONORABLE
    BYRD V. DIKE. Judge nf Hi- above
    Htylefl Court, in t i Chambers at the
    Dude Count) Courthouse, Miami,
    Fli rlda, en Tuesday, I lie 20th da) of
    May, 1966, al 9:00 A.M., or a- noon
    n.....after ax (he same mav lie hi '
    llkasi: iiovern YOURSELF Ac-
    (I IRDINCLI .
    DATED al Miami, Bade County,
    Florida, on this 8th da) of Api II, II.....
    SARAH ALICE I1KI.I.
    Petition! i-
    FRANKLIN D, KRECT5SER
    ail.i in > for Pel Itlom r
    2IMH N\v Til, streel
    Miami, II
    T, I. !!7:l-0S42
    I I.-,.J2-21I II
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNT"..
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70343 A
    iii RE Estate of
    MAR i'IIA I."I III MPHRIES
    I I. T, III" ll
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    Ti> All I i illtoi h and All Pi ii- llnv-
    Ing Claims hi Demands Agnlusl Said
    Estate
    i i an herel > notifii il and 11 iiuii .1
    l,i i-I-. neiii bio i lalms ami deniuiuls
    which you i nil i'
    lull ..i MARTHA I."I HUMPHRIES
    Dan,, t'ounl i
    lo ilir i ount> ,ltii no ..
    In .i i|illi i ..ml ur
    dll SIn -
    ii.-s. In then In lh, i
    l'olllll>, I
    I......''
    iblU-atloii
    nr till : a
    Hated al Min I
    I
    i:i iiii-.it r o i.s 'a ay hi .Mil i
    \- i
    DA VI11 .\1 liti.NSHAK
    Atloi I
    \ \\ iili M .11
    I
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    \. n ICE is HEREHY OIVEN till '
    the undersigned, desiring i.....
    n haulm i. under the fictitious nann
    n( MIAMI SHORES PROFESSIONAL
    Bl'I.DINl! in B3UI N.i:. 6th Vv<
    Mlunil Shon Intend* to reglstci
    wild mini, with the Clerk n>. i
    i-ult i .in i of l'ml.- County, Florida.
    WILLIAM RAFKIND
    Hale Owner
    i-i'Tt.RR & BFRON80N
    An.ii ne) s for Applicant *
    612 Alnsle) Bldg., Miami
    I 8-15-22-29
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 65841-B
    in RE: Batata of
    MARTHA I' TRL'SHEIM
    I leceased
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
    APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
    AND FINAL DISCHARGE
    NoTiCE Is hereb) given thai We
    have HI, il the Final Iti poi i and Peti-
    tion for Distribution and Final Din
    charge iii* Co-Executors ..f .MALTHA r TRUXHEIM, di
    . imed: .mil thai on the l"ib du) of
    May. 1966, will appl) to the Hom
    I'oilin; liulgi nf I >udi Couii v Kloi -
    Ida, foi approval of said i-'in.. i Reporl
    mid for distribution and final dl**-
    i barge ii. i 'n-lOxi iii"i of thi Ian
    I Hit. ...... i Thin
    : i.h du> of March, I!
    K WIN i: TRUSHE1M
    .Ii illN SI IIA IN HI'NT, JR.
    A l.l.i:.\ 11 Tl il, \L. LSI.' Vtl
    2211 ."l.-i St., Miami lb in 11, I
    i i i
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTICIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HKHEHtf '1V
    .i. i .to i
    in l.u-i
    ("tl INDUSTRIES nl 7640 N.W.
    ,i Avenue, Miami, I'm ".- ""; ,'
    . wild name with tin
    l. cireull Court of Daile County, Pla.
    ROBERT CASTORO
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN that
    the undersigned, dealrUiK i^n-"
    in buainean under the fleHtiouH name
    of PRECISION LEAP PROD MP<. .
    Till--i'aLAM i: WHEEI, WEIfiHTS
    l us,, N.E. HI Si.. No. MlanJ, Wa.
    Intendx to reulater Raid name wl '
    ,i- cirk i.i the i',i.mi ourt -C
    iiade County, Florida.
    BERNIE NEWMAN, Hole Owner
    unslkk It. r'KRDIE
    Alt,.in. v for applleanl
    Suite 202, 23IS K.W I J< Ulie Rd
    Coral i lauh b, Elorldu
    4,i-.

    II i-eii/' i of Phila-
    .:.. honorarj
    nan of tlic con-
    :t Body
    ivene Here
    ual convention of
    ion of the l nion
    h i rogations
    ! during the
    21 24 in Miami
    innounced by Al H
    ol Memphis, Tenn pres
    i egion.
    atea representing
    Alabama, Arkansas.
    a, S ith Carolina! Louisi-
    essee are expected
    il the four-day conclave of
    unit of the UOJCA,
    organization serving
    ewish congregations
    Ihe United States and
    erg, Miami attor-
    ol the convention,
    held at the Waldman
    iHigrew Eyes
    ecker's Post
    Florida House
    ichard A. Pettigrew
    week that he will
    to become the I960
    *er in the Florida House. If
    '' ; he iil be the first speaker
    Wstorj from Dade County.
    I ..id he had contacted
    Umber of representatives and
    liclates for the
    nghoul the state and "said his
    fption "is quite encouraging."
    e said he would actively seek
    "<'rt from all parts of the state
    intended to meet with legis-
    rs from Key West to Pensacola
    us bid for the top House post.
    sttigrew said, "I have received
    sorts of encouragement from
    y Part oi Florida. Many col-
    w honored me greatly dur-
    uie last session and I feel
    nil in they will support me for
    lership."
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 69945-C
    In RE Eata'; ] ,
    hAMI El. M VRI I -.
    '"n'o't'iCE TO CREDITORS
    To Ml ' ""1 A" leraoni- Hal-
    ,_ .... Uemund ABalni.1 Bald
    Srore^UtlaSoa^tSe:
    :S s.vm,'kl ws
    ,.,., i i,,.,. ,.f Hade County, Flotlda,
    nri.viiliil In Bectloi.....I 16.. '.'......"
    legislature SgS^W^^^
    " within nix calendar montny rr~
    tlma ..f the flwt publication
    "r,"-':U"ANNA"MAm;.!S
    A.- Admlntatratrix C.T.A.
    Flmi pnbllcatloa ot UiIb notice
    th,. |5th das .1 April, i'.t>.
    bSbbrt n TRAUWO
    Attornev for AdiiiiiuHti-nli i\ i I A.
    U3S duPont Bunding
    Miami. Florida
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DDE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70310 C
    in i:i:
    EHV< SS
    nee "io cred'tors
    -
    , ,11, ...
    III llleil -
    i-.. mill, .i--,- in !
    n ii hill six en lei the
    tl......: ...
    tin N
    I
    dill ol Api II, A.I' : '.
    SUJNEV r.i.l'M
    A- i sei
    I'n-i pulilicatlon .a thli imi
    the liili du) of April, 1!"
    Ki ..mm i.i. m '.;i-i:s
    Attornetii for Ex,. utor
    lji. i.im ..in Road,
    Mi.inn Ueac h, h'loridu
    i ;
    in the circuit court of the
    eleventh judicial circuit of
    Florida in and for dade
    county. in chancery
    No. 6*C 3581
    rilE Wll.l IA.MMII L'lll
    SAVINU.S ItANK
    lull
    \ -
    ItoKER'l HAI.E CHEEK
    i ii i. mlanIh.
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    To: in illicit r
    ALICE I CHEEK 11
    IT Mil in. Streel
    S.nilli I lend, I"
    herel.} notlfl. i Ihii


    mm i
    ih. i
    illi i\\ iii^;
    the
    hereof,
    on
    4 16-2K-S9 B il
    th Raphael
    ?Herinqs Due
    terhood of Temple Beth Ra-
    will sponsor a games party
    ay even inn at the Tem-
    Wj 'efferson Ave.
    s- Rubin Porter is chairman
    e committee, which includes
    ames Dorothy Williams, Rho-
    , Hsenberg, Simon Berstein
    ,er.
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 62214-C
    in OE EataU ..f
    l-.l.'.N.IAMIN KOPP
    NOTICe'o'f INTENTION TO MAKE
    APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
    AND FINAL DSCHARGE
    NOTICE .- h. reby Riven that w
    have riled Final Reuorl an.I 1 n ;'
    for Distribution and I Inal I ":- f'-.'-C-
    lixe- !l" eatate pi HEN
    JAMIN Ki *"K, .1....." ""'.,'''' ""
    ,,. mh day f May, 1966, will oppj
    Honorable County Judg
    . ,- approval
    i i-'mmI l. roi I
    lion and i nal "
    of the a no. thi ..i'..v.- -ii..m.;i .''
    cedent Tlua IStb day oj AprU, 16.
    BADIE KOPK
    UOVIS PINK
    QEOBOB c;ii.i:i:itr. Attorn
    i ., Road Building
    Miami Beach, Florida .
    4. li-ii-l
    atilul. .i ualnMl >oii i
    i ..nil in and lor 11 lib I i
    ,; Upoll
    . il.vi.ll
    t 11 llloek 7'. M iRH ll> HFT1I
    \'l .1 n I'M IN SEC I'll IN I'W I" in-
    , orilinu to the I'hil thi ii
    ,,..,.,,, In I'lal Hook m !..-
    In:, ol the I'ublii L. i onle ul 1 Hull
    County, Florida.
    V,,n are reuulred i" file n responalve
    pleadliiK to plulntifl h complaoil III]
    il,, Clerk ..' Hi. aforeaald Com ami
    nerve a cony thereol upon pi.untir
    attorney MARTIN KINK.
    .ml Uldfl Miami, Florida 3
    later than May U. 1*66,
    I'm Confeaeo will
    you.
    HATED: April IS, 1966.
    E. b. i.i;atim:i:man
    Clerk "f Hi Circuit Court
    B) MAltciKKlTi; KENT
    Deput) Clerk
    MARTIN FINE
    Dade Federal Hulhlinit
    Miami. Klnrlda. SatUl .,.-..,.,...j (,,$
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    NO. 70484-A
    in RE; Eatate ol
    HiRAH ill \\ EINSTEIN
    i......
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To Ml Illort .in.l All I'el -' ii.- HllV-
    in.- 'lai ..- <-i I lemiindii A uln

    il
    :. I demand*
    ',.i> h.i\u aaainal ihe i -
    Mill ill \ \l \\ El \S I'EI N di
    ...-, .1 lair ..i I lade i 'ount.v. Fl
    . .[ 1 .;,,!. I
    name n il mal nn
    .- i
    a In the t'u


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    A

    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O^ THE
    LNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 66C 3795
    notice of Divorce
    IIARI 'I H K. eli .1.11,
    i.ii.i.i \.\ ;i n.i'.
    Il
    To: LILLIAN Ol II.P
    v,.n i euulr, il lo nerve a i
    i-our Anawer lo the Coiiiplalni fo I 'I-
    ., ,.,, [lalntlff'x ml"> V\;\i,
    ,l.i: |: I.EHOYVITZ, i:-'J.. "* HW
    \i an I Hi ... Ii, Fla nnd fll< lh'
    . rlalnal In the offici of lh.
    i he Cii ill I 'ourl on .. i" ni-
    nth day ol May, 1966 oi the Complain!
    will hi laki ii an "in. ss.il.
    I lATED Ihia l mi day ..I Api I. I!.....
    I). B. I.EATHER.M VN
    Cli rk of Cireull Court
    II) I. SNEEI L\
    i> ri. ik
    V, X| TER II I r < iWITZ, I .1
    Al I.i n. > fill 1*1
    . in l Stn el
    Iti iii ii. I la.
    l l
    notice under
    fictitious name law
    . i: ;> HEREUV UIVEN
    :.
    line <
    T'd I8AH III N A I .Hi
    lltend to
    ulih Ihe i ; of th I'ln in
    ,|. i 'ii mi. Florida
    . I HEK W WEA I1ERI OlJD
    iNiKt'THV M UEATHERKORD,
    KESM.ER. MA.- i CKERMAN
    .Ml...... >.- for Appl '
    Ill Bin nn>i \\.... i'
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 69958-B
    In RE i
    s.\ MCEI. WEISS
    ''NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Credll
    -
    i imp nnd di

    SAMI El. -'- '
    Kadi ('......ly, Florida, to tbf '

    -;,..... il iplii li mil
    Se. lion -
    lhi-|r oft '
    i |mile foiii ly. Kloi da, ; n
    jnr in..,.i i. from th* I nl* ol i

    ill I......rreil
    Dated nl Miami
    . i
    SIDNEY EFIM'NSCi.N
    \- lor
    |.ul.!.. nl.

    iTTl HtuNStiN
    Attorm
    .
    r,i2 \iii-i.
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES CO
    IN AND FOR OADF COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    ".-B
    III RE
    RAI
    I .. .
    NOI iCE TO CREDITORS

    i I I
    I
    1
    in I >.i i
    in I
    Dated
    da) ol Ma
    ' URACIA i.aU I i ss ARI
    A* Vdinh
    Ii n ..i 'di i on
    i he mi.....
    UEORUK E I1ARKET and
    HARRY WILI.L-
    Attorne)> for Vdmii
    :'" u Flauii r Si N ......
    Miami, Fkirldu

    ral ttables
    i ]:.-::--' ij
    COURT OF THE
    Daile Fed-
    m,i
    . or n l it,.-
    I.....n.tered utcalnal
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
    No. 66C 3773
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    ALLAH 1M RAPPAPORT,
    Plaintiff,
    V8
    RAI'I'AI'l "RT,
    (IBRAI.UIN
    I ,!*, liilnnt _
    TO: GERADDINE RAPPAPORT
    ::::: N, Spauldlna Avenue
    L. Migolea J6. Califi rnla
    vm ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
    ,., %1. ., copy "i youi Anawer to the
    Complalnl foi Dlvore. filed ogalnBl
    ,,., ,,ii plaintiff's attorneys, h&kn-
    - TKIN & MILLIK. 702 I'.isi.iyll'
    HulldlnK, 19 Wesl FUtsler Street, M4-
    . i !:. rlda, an I the original
    with Ihe CJerk t>l the above
    .,;:i i ii or before the wh da) il
    Mav 1966, otheii- a Dei ree Pro
    Confetwo will !" entered agalnat you.
    Dated al Miami, Dade County, Flor-
    ida, tins mii daj of April, 1968,
    B B. l.LATIIILMAN
    Clerk '' u" '"""rt
    B) K M I.YMAM
    Deputy Cl-i-k
    i I I
    kNLETVHEENTCHRSSScrA-L CIRCUIT IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORDA
    IN CHANCERY
    No. 66C 3563
    HARRY SIMONHOl F et al,
    Plaintiffs.
    BARNEY .1 COHEN, el al,
    Defendants. .. ._
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    in TAT LINK MARi "IN IAK
    11801 Largo Drive
    Savannah, Georgia
    '"" CARI.TON M. M l.c'l >/.lK
    Residence Unknown
    Vi ii- ARE HIlKldlY NOTIPIEP that
    auii ha* been filed In the above styled
    innri I., foreclose thai certain >nrt-
    aae given b) sinliuiit HOMES.
    INC lo HARRY RIMONHt>FP and
    -\\1 BIMONHOPP, dated June 21,
    1969, recorded June 21. I960 In .....i ''
    Records Book 2121, al ran.. 11"'. of the
    I'ublic Recordii of Dade CtHinty. i-i"i-
    Ida, agatnal the following deecribed
    property, lying and being In D4i
    (Vuiin. Florida, to-wlt; .......
    Lot '.'. Block I. RAINBOW OAR
    i ii.ns, .,,. nrdlng i" it"- I'1"! i
    thereof, rei rdi .1 In I'l.n Book 11 '
    ;,i i .,., or thi L. ord
    ol Dade Oounty, Florida,
    you a.u reu > i > cop) or
    swi of "il" r r a Ing on thi
    i fa' Bttornej. CDAUDfc L
    Lli-in-.L, 1701 ngri Miami,
    la
    h, .,.!.. .i iii. Ii i.. "i [he
    Court "ii or before tl"- i .in
    1966, othei i> Iw thi
    gallons ol said Complalnl will be
    taken as confewted '> you.
    i ii ted, .ii Miami, I 'ad Floi -
    Ida, this i mi day .< April,
    E L. Ll'.A-niLLMAN
    Clerk of Cln ult ("ourt
    (Seal) B) L. SNEED.l n
    Dl put) :
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 70326-B
    I RE: Estate ol
    M \TII I) \ KERN,
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creil
    n '
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    ,f M cril.D.X KERN '...- i
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    111 the lime .
    ii piililli mi..ii Ini. "!. "I Ihe
    IH he liiirred
    I ul xi ami, Floi Ida, thin
    ol March, A 11 I960
    MAN I. KERN
    As \- Executor
    I' rsl publication of il'i- notli
    ill, M.h day of April, 1966.
    I-alia.Ni IFF ft \\ Al l.LK
    Attorney for Exwutor
    120 Lin. "in L.....1
    Miami Beach, Florida
    i B-15-82-29

    ..Mill
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDCIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    NO. 66C 3471
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE i
    ALFRED HENRY HAWKINS.
    Plaintiff
    PATRICIA HAWKINS.
    I tefendanl
    Tl": PATRICIA HAWKINS
    You, PATRICIA HAWKINS, are
    hereby ni.iiri.il that a BUI of c.i.in-
    plalnl for Divorce has been Hied
    against you, and you are required to
    i-.-iw ,i copy < leading i., the Kill of Complaint on
    the Plaintiffs a 11 o r n e y, MANTKl,
    2SAIAC, 627 8.W. J7th Avenue, Minnn.
    Florida, 33135 and file the oi
    Answer or Pleading in tin
    the i 'Ii rk ol the i Trcull Court on "r
    Hi. 9th da) of Ma) 1961 if
    II I., do so, ludgmi in b)
    w ill be taki n .i^iiins! j ou for i In I
    ded in iln- I Ull of i 'omplatnt.
    i Bhall be puhll
    each week '' i four i-onsei i lie \^. ks
    In THE JEW isil n.i >R1DIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
    Florida, Ihhl lsl da) of April A.I)
    E. B IJ5ATHERMAN, Cli rk,
    .'. unt). Florida
    . i "In kill O irl Seal >
    B) K M T.V.MAN
    Deputy Clerk
    MANfEL

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