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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 29, 1966

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

Notes

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 29, 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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:01943

Related Items

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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T "Jewish Flor Idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Voiurr.e 39 Number 17
Miami. Florida. Friday, April 29, 1966
Three Sections Price 23*
Combined Appeal Within 11 Percent of Goal
Greater Miami's Combined Jew-
ish Appeal punched past the $1,-
400.0tn.' mark as its top campaign;
leadership pressed a personal ef-
Ifort to push the community-wide
[drive over the top.
aign general chairman. .Jay
11. Kislak, personally spearheading
an ,. eek telephone Diaialhon
I from IJA headquarters in the
iGreati Miami Jewish Federation
building, noted that the 1966 cam-
paign is now only $165,000. or
11 per cent short of its record-
setting goal.
Throughout the week, many of
the foremost community workers
and leaders of Greater Miami
Jewry called upon their friends,
neighbors and business associ-
ates in a stepped-up effort to
increase the Jewish community's
central fund-raising campaign
for the fourth consecutive year.
One of the groups which is main
taining its continuing record year-
to-year increase is the Paper Sec-
tion headed by CJA veteran Syd-
ney Gans
Kislak pointed out that Gans,
president of the Sydney Ba^ and
Paper Co.. has served as chairman i
of his group's successful campaigns
five consecutive years. "In each I
of these years." Kislak asserted. |
"the paper grotin ha* shown an in-
crease even higher than the over-
all campaign's successful tigure
Qans, a trustee of state of Israel
Bonds and a director of Temple
Emanu-El. is a member of the City
of Miami Beach Hating Board and
a past member of the advisor/
committee of Mt. Sinai Hospital,
one of the principal local agencies
suppoited by the CJA.
Associate CIA chairman. Milton
Weiss, noted that fulfillment >
the local campaign's quota is e-
pecially urgent in 1966. "not only
to meet the costs of continuing
Continued on Page 7-A
NBC A Plant Photo Probed;
Top Scientist Raps Eshkol
MORRIS ABRAM
direct contradiction
Abram Hits
Bishop's
Statement
,li:i;SM.i:\l (JTA) The
photo of Israefs nuclear facility at [
Dimona, shown on the National!
Broadcasting ( ompany's television
network in the United States, be-
came the subject of an investiga
tion begun here this week by the
Securitj and Foreign Affairs Com-
mittee of the Knesset, (On its
broadcast, NBC-TV staled thai the
Dimona photo had been taken se-
cretly ami was without Government
authorization.) The Committee
voted to probe the issue.
Members of the opposition par-
ties on the Committee belonging to
Kafi and Gahai. called on Prime .
Minister Eshkol to explain how an '
American television team man-
aged to take the picture despite
security precautions and laws bar-
ring entry to the Dimona plant and
forbidding photography in the "se-
curitv areas." They also demanded
an explanation of how the photo
left Israel without being examined
by the military censors.
Prime Minister Eshkol de-
clared this week that neither Is-
rael nor any of the Arab states
had nuclear arms, "and we are
not interested that there be such
arms in our area." Asked wheth-
er he would support efforts to
declare the Middle East region
a nuclear-free zone, he replied:
"As a first stage, we propose a
ceiling for armaments of all
types in our region. But, since
the Arabs don't recognize us,
who will sit and talk with us?"
The two opposition groups,
which raised the issue of the NBC
photograph, are composed of the
new political party led by former
Prime Minister Ben-Gurion. and
Continued on Page 13-A
WAS HITLER'S EUTHANASIA EXPERT
Argentine Courts Move
To Extradite Nazi Chief
By Special Report
NEW YORKMorris B. Abram.
(president of the American Jewish
Committee, today labeled as "an j
1 anti Semitic, attack" a recent ar-
Iticle in which Bishop Luigi Carli
Ol Segni wrote that Judaism as a
religion carried "by its very na-
ItiiK the "judgment of condem-
nation by God."
According to press reports from
Diome, the article appeared recent-
ly ni the semi-monthly clerical re-
Iview, "Palestro del Clero."
Abram, New York attorney,
said that Bishop Carli's senti-
ments "seemed in direct contra-
diction" to the recommendation
within the Statement on the
Jews in the Declaration on
Non-Christian Religions passed
by Vatican Council II last fall
'or "a mutual knowledge and
respect which is the fruit, above
all, of Biblical and theological
studies as well as ef fraternal
dialogues."
Calling Bishop Carli's statement
"insidious" and a reflection of "the
Continued on Page 6-A
WITHOUT PUNISHMENT
Freeing of Arsonists
Brings Judge Criticism
RtllASt ORDtRtD fAGt 13-C
LONDON (JTA) The Board
of Deputies of British Jews, in an,
unusual action, issued a .statement
this week sharply criticizing the I
action of a London judge who j
freed without punishment former
neo-Nazis who had pleaded guilty
to firing London synagogues.
The Board noted that, in freeing|
the four men, all of whom said
they had been members of Colin
Jordan's tiny National Socialist
Party, Recorder C. D. Aardvold had
explained his action as stemming
from his belief that the arsonists
were penitent and had been "mis-
led Judge Aardvold also said the
defendants were "more to be pit-
ied than blamed."
The Board expressed "grave
concern" that, after houses of
worship "had been desecrated
and burned," the culprits "have
received virtually no punish-
ment."
The Jewish leaders added that ;
"the extreme leniency" had caused
astonishment "not only to all mem-
bers of the Jewish community but
to the public at large, and this has
been reflected in the press and
elsewhere." .
Declaring it could not under-
stand "why activities of such a ser-
ious nature should have been
Continued en Page S-A
By Special Report
Another Nazi criminal has turn-
ed up In Argentina, but this time'
the wanted man. Gerhard J. B.I
Bohne. has been ordered to Ger-1
many to face trial, according to a'
report from the World Jewish Con-:
grcss in Buenos Aires.
Bohne. a one-time lawyer, was
part of the infamous Nazi team
responsible for the planning and
execution of Hitler's euthanasia
program. With psychiatrist Wer-
ner Heyde and another major ac-
complice. Friedrich Tillman
both ol whom committed suicide
in Germany before coming to trial
Bohne participated in the plan-
ning of the Nazi action toy which
mentally ill persons in German in-
stitutions were exterminated.
He was also involved in the
establishment and camouflaging
of the death chambers, and in
the selection of the Nazi execu-
tion squads which later were re-
Continued on Page 3-A
MAJOR FINDING
Teachers
Still Foster
Anti-Semitism
NEW YORK (JTA) Chris
tian teachings which played "a cru-
cial historical role in the rise of
anti-Semitism" continue "to re-
inforce and foster" anti-Jewish
prejudice in the United States de
spite an increasing spirit of good
will between the faiths and a will-
ingness on the part of most Amer-
ican churchmen "to take action to
combat anti-Semitism."
This was the major finding of a
sociological study. "Christian Be
liefs and Anti-Semitism." con-
Continued on Page 2-A
Soviet Ambassador Has
Top Talks With Premier
JERUSALEM (JTA) Soviet
Ambassador Dimitri Chuvakhin
called on Premier Levi Eshkol this
week for what was reliably re-!
ported as an "important confer-!
ence" held at the Ambassador's
request.
It was understood that the Soviet
Opera Guild Drags Policy- Change
The Opera Guild of Greater Mi
mi is still slurring its do-re-mi's
over the issue of holding social
functions in private clubs that dis-
criminate against Jews. But the
question has been bitterly debated
for well more than half a decade
now.
The Florida Regional Office of
the Anti-Defamation I-eague of
K'nai B'rith earlv this week re
vetted that the ADI. is still nego-
tiating with the Opera Guild and
its director. Dr. Arturo di Filippi.
But many promises have been
made in the past by both Dr. di
Filippi and leading members of
the Guild to refrain from holding
such functions, particularly at
the Surf Club en Miami Beach,
which is the site of the Opera
Guild's annual All-Star function.
I.atest was in January, 1965. to
Burnett Roth, then chairman of the
Florida ADI., by Dr. di Filippi,
who confessed: "The Opera Guild
is holding, or permitting the hold-
ing of functions in its behalf at
various community facilities, in-
cluding one function at the Surf
Club in Surfside. Fla.
"The Opera Guild does wish to
assure your organization that it
will not, in the future, hold a fund-
raising or other function at any
club or other facility which bars
persons as members because of
their religion," the Guild's director
asserted.
But William L. Pallot, current
Continued on Page 9-A
envoy w ished to explain to the
Premier that the Soviet Union's
decision to resume large-scale aid
to the new Syrian regime should
not affect the improvement in Rus-
sian-Israeli relations. It was also
understood that during his forth-
coming visit to Egypt. Soviet Prem-
ier Kosygin will use his influence
with President Nasser to try to
reinforce peace in the Middle East.
Political sources stressed the
importance of the Chuvakhin
Eshkol meeting as indicating
that the Soviet Union appreci-
ated Israel's desire to improve
relations with the USSR. It was
also noted here that during
dinner in the Kremlin tendered
to Syrian President Yousuf Zain,
Premier Kosygin departed from
previous practice by avoiding
Continued on Page 3-A


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rgentine Courts to Extradite Nazi
Continued from Pfl 1-A
onsrbU for th deaths of mat-
i of Jews.
Boline, who is now 63, used his
al skills to draft instructions
[orders so that the whole grue-
be plan, which formed the pat-
i for methods used in the "final
blion" of the Jews, should be
secret.
Despite his conscientious appli-
cation of the Nazi murder meth-
ods, Bohne ran afoul of Himmler
for complaining about the be-
havior of fellow-murderers in-
volved in the extermination pro-
gram. Himmler shipped Bohne off
to a battle unit, and he was cap-
tured by United States forces in
1944. He managed to escape trial
at the end of the war and. when
H)\ iet Ambassador Has
Conference With Premier
Continued from Page 1-A
tntion of Israel but calling for
grid and regional peace.
was believed that the Soviet
joy and Premier Eshkol re-
bed economic lies between Is-
I and the Soviet Union and they I
Led i sk ways to further ex-1
Id trade relations.
foreign Minister Abba Eban
leave May 10 for a week's stay
eland, in the first visit by an
ki-li Foreign Minister to Eastern
tope, the Foreign Ministry an-
Inced this week,
lewil! meet with Polish Foreign
lister Adam Rapacki, and prob-
ivith Polish Communist chief
Gomulka and other Polish leaders.
During his visit to Warsaw. Eban
also will preside at a conference
of Israeli ambassadors to Eastern
European countries, including en-
voys to Russia, Poland, Hungary.
Rumania, Czechoslovakia and Bul-
garia. He will be accompanied by
senior officials of his Ministry.
Political sources here viewed
the visit as part of a plan to im-
prove Israeli relations with Eastern
Europe. Polish officials were re-
ported heartily in favor of the visit
and have provided all possible aid
to Israel for the occasion. The Pol-
ish Foreign Minister is planning a
number of receptions for Eban.
released from a POW camp, went
to work in a German law office.
Two years later, he slipped into
Argentina and remained there,
unnoticed, until 1955. Then, ex-
actly a decade after Hitler's down-
fall. Bohne traveled back to Ger-
many and settled down to live on
a pension granted him as a former
civil servant.
By that time, however, evid-
ence was being collected, and
witnesses sought for a number
of trials of Nazi criminals.
Bohne was among those investi-
gated, and he was picked up by
the German police. The investi-
gation into his complicity in the
euthanasia program was pro-
tracted and, in 1963, his counsel
secured his release from prison
on medical grounds.
Bohne worked fast. He obtained
false travel papers, fled Germany
and turned up briefly in Chi'e.
Recalling that he had previously
spent several years in Argentina.
the German authorities looked for
him in that country. Within a short
lime he was found by the police
and held pending extradition.
Using every possible loophole.
lawyers retained by Bohne delay-
ed his extradition by pleading that
his Nazi-era activities had been
political rather than criminal.
But the Argentinian Court of
Appeals threw out this argument
tribunal, the country's highest
court, will probably receive the
case in the near future.
and ordered that their ruling be
transmitted to the Argentinian
Foreign Ministry so that arrange-
ments could be made for Bonne's
return to face trial in Germany.
There is still one avenue open j
to Bohne an appeal to the Ar-
gentinian Supreme Court. This |
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Volume 39
Friday. April 29. 1966
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the welfcre of all American Jews and to the
larger American society.
The golden jubilee'"- goal is to enlarge this
contribution in the light of changing times.
a may be good r.
. i Nam
a to see us
there How will Bonn possibly explain U
Or have we at the poinl re the
Germans no longer feel the need ;o explain
anything?
Bonn Helps Our Enemy
The Jewish War Veterans' criticism of West
Germcny's decision to erect a steel-mcr.uicc-
turing complex in Red China is correct ir. .-s
appraisal as "an ill-omen for the free world."
Jews, particularly, have hod to two
hard in their recognition that we rely todcy
upon the Ge.-ir.cns as a principal bastion of
the North A' ty Organisation
peculiar emergence of Chcr'.es de Gaulle as a
divisive influence In the European community
our ov.-n acvemmer.t has envisioned tor the
post-World War II world, built in conjunct'or.
with the joint cooperation of the countries in-
volved, cppcrer/lv spurred our increai
centration on Bonn as the central continental
power.
Far from making France the significant
European leader, de Gaulle merely fired Ger-
man nationa!:sm more then anvthinc e'se =irce
the defeat of Hitler. Our own nation's s '
taneons response to Bonn's h
while Dretendina 'hn' none of mi* has h
been ho^Den adds much to the new Ger-
mc Be*f-5-**aa.
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Dr. Prinz to Resign
The announcement that E>r. Joachim Prinz
will not be a candidate to succeed himself as
president of the Americcn Jewish Congress
comes as sad news to members of the organ-
ization.
During the eiaht years of his distinguished
leadership. Dr. Prinz has led the Congress
through a variety of turbulent battles in the
cause of human freedom.
True to his tradition. Dr. Prinz has not al-
ways seen these battles m purely sectarian
terms, but rather chose to believe thct the
struggle for civil rights end justice must be
waged and won without regard to color or
creed.
Hence, in his views, a victory achieved on
any battlefield, specifically Jewish or otherwise,
wes c victory in the cause of what is right
Jews could not but find this meaningfully sig-
itificaanl la the struggle against anti-Semitism
cr.~ for r.um-n lirery generally.
Ir. ?:.r^:s loeiguatiou Joes not meon I
he ." retii active lea r the
American 1
past performance he may be expected to be
heard (ram repeatedly in ignihcanl areas of
mcnx.r.d's affairs during "he years ahead.
Laudable Self-Def ense
The Vaticcn publication of letters by Pope
""I -tesigned to usmralUe chcraes aaoinst
hfan bv Playwr'aht Rolf Hochhuth in "The Der>
tatv that f-e Pooe was hardlv er.eraerc in his
.. cf "'ci eT*enn aatloa oobcies direct-
pd at -e Jews thus far foils to in -re
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Jewish A
uel L. BlumenfeM. who has traveled widely (Turin;
years as a lecturer under the auspices of the
Speakers Bureau, wh^ch provides Birchite p.-opari
izations willing to listen to them. ^*
This is a strange calling for a lew It riolstei :. ^.
image of a graduate of the City Collece of New Y .. rf
a person identify with the Jolm Birch Society. L ^aA
becoming an umbrella for extreme riaht-wir.ze.
Jewish self hatred has taken many forms in the pest
often enough, tor example, of Jews who arder- S
r in the fledgiins days of hi> political car-;-
th^ Joseph Kemps, Uerwis K. Harts. Gerald L K -
Billy James Hargis niu-t inevitably be hsteei
A former editorial staffer for a rariet
publishing firms. Blumer.feld i today enr| at -
of the John Birch Soo-t;. in Beimont Mass Re bar
page "Analysis" lection which appears in "T-
eekly publication.
Ir. "of the extreme right
he asa-sir.ation of ?r ndert
...-: Qspiraey "to strike its
right 11 pull the ruf
. assoc ath ith murxk tremiati
'.at -<
: DC Vart eaje Self
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C0JW$P/4Cr TfO-ilDtD COIN
IN BLUMEKTELD-S view. v
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THf LI'S COlOBfUl AffJNXf JT4VC
IF JOHNSON WERE to
' for vbich he tuts asked declared Blnmenfeld
see the end of all we hold dear "'
Little i be said about such (elf-hat "'J
gu ae of patriotism except ultimstery to explain "
- political pnduectioai On August 7. 1964 I
with Robert Welch as a speaker at the sixth ann
tior. of the Billy James Harms Christian Crusade '
characterized himself as "far more to the right 1
In 1965 he was listed as a member of the facu
i bristiao Crusade Leadership School, meerir. _
M:ami Beach: while, the following October, in t.-.
mararine. Blumenfeld was reported a* having reo
of the Year"" Award from Rev Hargis at the sew
tion of the organization in Los Angeles. ...
Co-founder Arnold Stang is far less colorful Ai-
graduate ho helies his background. Stanc hold- ;:1'
from Columbia University, as well. Like Blomenfel ?*!
by a maor New Y'ork publishing firm before beci
a ith the John Birch Society. Stang is the author of ^
that have appeared in the Society s "American
Similarly addicted to conspiratorial fears, he hi-
movement as a social revolution aimed at 0\
" I accuse the Rev Dr King of being in effect
rr.ost influential woikers for Communism and
Stang ha- declared I accuse President KearM
: owing this but. nevertrK-le>-
but Iendir.2 a hand I I beret accuse them both
their oath of office."
APCICXIA rOWAM B(R:wTE MSPfCTAtiUTr
. ri."'
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araUed to Jen ish members of th* Bsde C<
athy with the people of Isi.
ence as z nation "" B'it Sai
fnendiy. indeed more hostile to tr-..- not or. c:
he- Middle Ea-* which appeared in I
erican Opinion '" There, he described I-"
created in pert for the purpo-e of ke; ^^
a rhantom. while the Council on Foreign Rf 'Z* fi"
over lock, stock, and barrel with little or
the native*."'
Ir. Biumenfeld's view, when th> time ind V^0,
Jewish self hatred, he wrote: "The Israeli- an ^i
which has rr.or.opoiiztd political power
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-, April 29,1966
*.Jf-**j$lh fhw&fi "ir
Pace 5-A
LETTERS 10
Let Us Honor the Little Guv
4.
<
i for o :cations for 1966 crs these members
= C: :-: Miami Jewish Federation Budget Committee.
to right) Ben Essen and Dr. Siqmund Rosen
.no, : rid Stuart Rothchild and Ralph Weisbard (seated'.
:.'.: are cl the study committee on cultural and edu-
chaired by Marshall Harris. Allocations
on the basis of needs and results of this year's
h Appeal campaign, Harris pointed out.
Jewish Mori lar,:
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:
"' tin.' "i h" time bj our
local H ation for their
genero aid, I find myself thor-
oughly disillusioned and disgusted
at the entire Jewish philanthropy
structure within our community.
With ail due respect and grati-
tude to these 18 dedicated and de*-'
voted members of our Jewish com-
munity, who have time and again
given generously to many worth-
while causes. I begin to wonder
when due recognition will be given
to the poor "schnook" who gives of
his hard-earned money to charity
year In and year out, and who prob-
ably suffers more by his contri-
London Judge Criticized
Continued from Page 1-A
treated bo the Board ex-
. this 1
may ser I i encouraee ot;.
emulate the < lines S
outragi the four n en
cssed a fire which

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tho-e 18
recogni icy i
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as a dent in their bank
If philanthropy in our commun-
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let us ii
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Friday Ap:.; 23
1265
Bishop Carli Stand Flayed
?roclarnct:or. designa::r.g May as Ycuth Center Month of
Temple Adatb Ywbnmn Ls presented by Mayor Anhur I.
SnrdR to Mrs. Sam Morns, chairman of Teg Dcy Solicitation.
to be conducted in North Miami Beech on May 5. Looking en
.3 Scm Reiner, r. afnncBi of the Youth Center building com-
m, who baa aanounead proposed pkma to erec: the Cra-
tes mAuch will be a -p.--:-- Eadfity tor charitable civic end
routfa jroup activitea in the area.
New Torah Scroll To be Dedicated
A T' S U wiU be dedicated Rahb: Meyer I.ieberman. f
I cT.crc-a^or ly of R i. Va is ser- i .--
'.amiBt-ach spiritual leader of the nev.
- -nc'av. Ma;. 1. 6 pjn. -ue
S. C. Levenson
1 103 CC\G V FLORT-
Apn! 4, 1966
deai friends:
:. rhe bei ng rh = etter
arr B Le iman who
e C le Cc_r-.
Be
B :: nc re "an 30 years,
3S a f e good
3 as a dedicated
:/ "ueC:
Pubiic Schools. E grad >m the
Un:. Mabama ece ed his
teacher ; certificate from the University of
Miami and then took special courses a'
both Harvard University and Oxford
University in England.
B served as secretary when I was
^s ae -t of Temple Israel, so I can speak
with ce'sona! knowledge of his admin-
Strative ability and his dedication to the
moral, ethical and spiritual values v/hich
are so essential to one who aspires to
the School Board office.
ANY VOTER IN DADE COUNTY CAN
VOTE FOR BILL LEHMAN!
I would greatly appreciate your joining me
in support of this wonderful guy!
Very sincerely yours,
Oni mJL. evens
SCLhb
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led thai
luring the
io so-called Jewish
ration was being deliberated at
Vatican Council II. had argued
it the Jewi-h people of today
** well u those of Jam
re responsible for the Cruci-
n. Mr. Abram recalled aUo
I the Jewish Declaration had
approved by "the over-
Ahe. te of 1.709 to 2.5-1
Abram said he was "certain"
ktfa AC leader>. "more
':. modern life thar. is
medieval arrogance of th<
Bishop of Segi would repu'..
-trtimei as truy
:-. the Declaration was ;..
in R fall.
The best answer to Bishop
Carli s statement, Abram con-
tinued, would be an extension of
the ecumenical movement al-
ready under way throughout the
United States and the world.
e>
PULL LEVER 45-E for WILLIAM LEHMAN
"A'ready a oround-swell o*
ecumenica' >:t';v;iy wtli Jws
and Catho '., I r mm to endet-
s'and each orher af**r 2,000
>:ars o' ijncle'-standing, is
being heard in the land," i>
said.
and blood
ed Pope John Will .nd the ex
pressed sentirrer.ts of Pope Paul
VI when he told an American Jew-
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Friday. April 29, 1966
*JewH fi m Page 7-A
CJA Within '66 Goal Graso
The smiles are for a $15,000 check held by Judge Irving Cypen,
president of the Jewish Home for the Aged, donated by the
Junior Auxiliary at the 20th annual meeting of the Home on
Sunday. With Judge Cypen at the meeting are Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, vice president and chairman of the Home's develop-
ment fund campaign, and Mrs. George Jsrad, president of
the Junior Auxiliary. At the meeting, board members reelected
for three-vear terms included Norman Arkin, Mrs. Cohen. Ed-
word L. Cowen. Martin Fine, Dr. George Graham, Mrs. Trudy
Hamerschlag, M. J. Kopelowitz, Barney B. Lee, Mrs. Baron de
Hirsch Mever, Beniamin Meyers, Joseph A. Post, Leo Rose Jr.,
and Dr. Celia Wohl. E'ected to their first three-vear term were
Muirnv Dubbin. Dorothy Krieger Fink, Louis Poller and Abra-
ham J. Salter, of Hollywood.
Law Day Program At Tei?*p!e Israel
Continued from Page 1-A
hi :!i i lion ii to i irael, but
lo of income to UJA two major
constituent a encios the Jewish
\-i ncy for Israel and the Joint
Distribution Committee il i
the cessation ol West German rep
orations payments."
The Jewish Agency for Israel,"
he said, "which helps to receive,
absorb and settle immigrants to
Nracl. must operate this year
handicapped by a cut in income of
approximately $10,000.00" as a re-
sult of the completion of Govern-
ment to Government reparations
payments from West Germany to
Israel.
The JDC, which first felt the-
loss in 1965. must continue to op-
erate on a deficit of about S7.000.-
000 annually due to the termina-
tion of payments by the Conference
for Material Claims Against Ger-
many. These payments have been
forthcoming since 1954. and the
effect of their cessation on the
aid programs of the agencies in-
volved will be heartbreaking un-
less American Jews do all in their
power to make up for the losses
In Israel also, absorption prob-
lems brought about by the con-
tinued high rate of immigration
for the sixth tuccettivt year can-
not be met v/ithout in-reas'-d
funds from local campaigns, the
chairman pointed ou'.
"A heavy backlog of absoi ptio i
net ds all eady i tist in 1st u
among immigrants of previous
years," explained Weis and the
new waves of immigrants arrive
faster than the Jewish Agency can
cope with the.existing problems.
Increased Bupport from every Jew
ish family in Greater Miami Is an
absolute necessity if these needs
are to be met this year."
In addition, he said, the JDC
nuisL conduct vast relief, welfare,
medical and child care programs
on behalf of hundreds of thousands
of Jews in Europe. North Africa,
and the Middle East and Asia, in
eluding its special Malben pro-
gram in Israel for aged, chronically
ill and handicapped immigrants.
1 i ip
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Ii .ii the e eal obji c tves
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Write to:
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ran
STATE
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GROUP 13
The Name is
JERRY
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JERRY
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JERRY
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[(' C. WhitP. chairman of 'h
d Power Com.mi"ion. will h"
laiest speaker at the third annual
Day Sabbath observance at
< Die Israel ol Greater Miami on
Fridaj at 8; 15 p.m.
ut Judge Harold Spaet,
haiunan of Temple Israel's Law
Day Committee, said that lenders
i Ihe Bench and Bar of Dadc
'ounly have been invited to parti-
hi the special service writ-
en ii Rabbi Joseph It. Narot.
White has been in government
sine* his graduation from the
University of Nebraska. Hi was
>-fed special counsel to
lent Johr.ton, served as as-
sistant special counsel to Pres-
ident KenneHw. worked with the
Tennessee x/alloy Au'hon'v. >as
counsel to the Senate Small Bus-
iness Committee, and was ad-
ministrative assistant to Sen.
John Sherman Cooper, of Ken-
tucky.
Only members and their guests
will be seated in the main sane
tuary. There will be closed circuit
televisioon in the other chapels.
Members of the Law Day Com-
mittee are Judge Donald Barmack.
William I. Brenner, Alvin Cassel,
David P. Catsman, Bart L, Cohen,
Mrs Reba Engler Dam r, Joc iph
I. Davit Ben Essen, Martin Fine,
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r. Special Achievement Award goes to 13-yecr-old Eiien
artel, a student at Westview Junior High School, for her
exhibit and study entered in the Lower Junior Division of the
Science Fcir a! Dinner Key. Dr. Emanue! Pushkin, member of
he judges committee of the Dade County Optometric Asso-
tion is shown presenting the blue ribbon to Ellen for her
-:;: in .he field of vision and optics entitled "Strcbismus
end its Psychological Effects on Human Behavior." Parents
:: the talented student are Dr. and Mrs. Leslie Bukstel, of
I NW !28th Ter., Miami.
Rabbi Kronish W?!i Lead Delegates
Kronish. national
American
and president of
South F uncil of the
erican Jewish Congress, will at-
biennial con-
m this weekend at Grossin
- Hotel in New York.
- attending will
:. Irving B. Kaplan.
: "' Women's Division of
' .' ish Coi resj
Sylvia Silvers president of
: .">-. ph I
S< the i r igioi al di
/. of N(
' rican
liver the
opening address Participating in
the convention will be Mr- Charles
Snitow, oi Scarsdale, N V. pres-
ident of the Women's Di-
I thur -I. Lelyvi
" Temple of Clevi
[srai '
. th L'nited Nations: Bayard
Rust lead*
sel for
Jewish
rd .: Fi :
at M.I.T.
Mill pp, of Philadelphia,
and Howard M Squadn
York, vice presidents of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, are -
as convention chairman ar.d co-
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week from hi|
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Until recentlv it had been on
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Moscow hotels, and arrange-
ments could be made through
Intourist, the official government
tourist agency, to have copies
of the newspaper on sale at those
hotels when visiting foreign del-
egations had requested that they
be allowed to buy the Shtern.
Soviet citizens interested in the
newspaper in Moscow, Leningrad
and Kiev could also subscribe
for the paper.
Now. it has been learned, all
subscribers in any place in the
L'SSR o>:t*ide th- I BiroB'.d-

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the restriction
HENPRIE
you* Pap* CcuHTf
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does so much
for everybody?
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STATE
LEGISLATIVE
GROUP 18
LEVER 34-B
- UNSURPASSED LEADERSHIP
- Judicial & Legislative Experience
- Maturity, Integrity, Proven Ability
ENDORSED BY .
DADE COUNTY TAX PAYERS ASSOCIATION
CONGRESS OF SENIOR CITIZENS
MIAMI BEACH DEMOCRATIC CLUB
DADE COUNTY TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
BISCAYNE & SOUTH DADE DEMOCRATIC CLUBS
POLITICAL ACTION COAAMITTEE ON EDUCATION
DADE COUNTY TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
MEMBER OF SHOLEM LODGE B'NAI B'RITH
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>ra Guild Drags Policy -Chai
Cc:itinued from Pose 1-A
l (he I !>:-:-:;! ADL
. .'! in an ad\ isor>
lum \ thai
in lanuary oi this year, wo
!: ic! < d to null' lli.u the
il d of I ireater Miami was
ll In its All Star lunch-
tii' S i: < lub, hose anti-
rship policy i.< well-
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. consequence of the reac
his meeting and
oJ Dr, c!, Filippi
ise, the Guil
I" I hal i; was the i iends
ipera and nol the Opei a
thai s] on ored the I
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i i >pera "had the sami name,
. chairman, same sponso:
i. and the- same undemo
policy."
The Chairman of the Florida
-PL discrimination committee,
Charles Goldstein, beg.vi new
eaotiatior.s following the Jan-
iry dispute. As a cooperative
gesture, the Opera Guild re-
quested the Le.-gje to prepare
- suitable letter for its consid-
eration, signature and subse-
quent release, which would enun-
:iate for Guild membe, s and the
. .il public the Guild's policy
rf no: holding affairs at discrim-
nalory sites.
i proposed ami. agreement of-
to confirm the results of t
ntinuing discussions concernin
holding of community lime
I private clubs which It;.'.'
riminatory membership pol-
Goldstein declared.
letter, which the Guild had
and was to he signed bj
ruild, also declared thai "We
ly regret there was a mis-
anding of the intent of the
on of this problem lat
I ihc draft: "You are ad-
thai the Opera Guild will not
1 n name, nor under the
of any of its family organ-
permil any function,
: fund-raising or otherwise,
held in any private club oi
facility which has a discrim
" membership policy.
!ii' use of private club fi
i.- contemplated, wc shall
nsull with yon for guidance :.
whether such facility i; one
does have a disciimina o
'ship p licy. There should
no mi undi in : of our de
" "'.....te fully with the pur-
" you have expressed of insur-
- thai no community organize-
Eeachite Wins
Jubilee Contest
Mr-. Sylvia Coles, ot 5333 Col-
\ve.. .Miami Beach, was
I winner of the .Miami Beach
Golden Jubilee anniversarj
^t sponsored by Jefferson
N;"""al Bank of .Miami Beach.
Arthur H. Courshon. chairman
j the board of the bank, presented
is. Coles with a S500 prize. Her
inning entry was as follows:
"All one's needs are answered
- spiritual, cultural and financial.
here is a place for everyone to
One, to pay, and be happy."
Several hundred entries were
received during the course of the
-ontest.
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Funds for our ben-
efit at a restricted facility, they
will be a.lvisfd ,hat they are not
authorized or permitted to use
Hi. r,-,me of the Opera Guild in
any dftrivaiiva form as a beiv
tn.iary of such fond-raising
CtiOM ."
posed letter came back
1 'i .....
Dr. di Fil ppi.
the \ day A
1 I: '"li was
pi >" il thai we
i i.....i and omi isions which
I- u ted considerable -.. licance
i:i what the Guild choie nol to
.m ex-
it while enun< lit in the
fi page of its tier a commend-
. nd forthiight position iii op-
tn to the holding ol
the G I clubs -..huh
imin te, tht lettei r< served
i .. thi
. or
In specific i |
} O P
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ISO. til!
the i
i suggest
ce of the most
I oti u
.. ; ij '. i
e crfpplfn i ban
. i wm ol he agn i -
o
; at ... h signed by '
i; "H U u .. '< > o ....
And
i re mi's go slui ring
prohibi ion i ocs nol pertai I
'- of j.....
Opera G
. private
i i Mil I
hel
who : ers ol that c
Dirney Goren;tcin, director of i he FloriJa ADL,
ne ed thai "while ih;s was our
originai paragraph as requested
by the Guild, wo had gc^c on tn
say: '. and that there shall
bo no publicity reflecting that
'"c'-i "unct'on is a community-
wide function to which o'her
than actual members of the dis-
criminatory club have been in-
vited.'
Hence the original intention of
ih- righl lo hold luncheons or con- our suggestion is in fact destroyed.
such
facility
pol-
icy.
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avsistano
.'..' ent, its mo I recenl <
lure is a reword* d foi ol th<
. r:.:. ill totall; rdii
i cific purpose and intenl
the discuss
In additio1", th? league's ver-
sion failed to appear under th?
signature o< its president, Mrs.
James Gerity, who never showed
up at any of the ADL-Oper*
Guild deliberations
YC WGMAM
Wanted by
lecas Temple
v ,mmt POSITION.
MNfRAl OFFICE WORK.
EXCMENT TYflST.
Itttt F^oerience.
WRITE:
Y. W.r
Bex 2973, Miami 13101
B'nai Brith Unit
Being Organized
A new B'nai Brith group,
^odesh Lodge, is being organized
the Westchester Kendall area.
Udge Milton A. Friedman will
Sell the story of B'nai B'rith at the
; ist meeting to be held at the
> M and WlfA or: Tuesday at 8
p.m.
Since 1843. B'nai Brith ha-
"ii devoted to making demo
work in the community, in
'< nation and in the world."
Friedman declared.
St nford I Derni is in charm'
information for the charter
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Mayor of Miami Bench
V. hj am I supporting Governor Burns for re-election? And who ai i I urging that you also
-.. port him and vote for him? Hero is the answer:
BECAUSE AS GOVERNOR, HAYDON BURNS HAS -D HIS ABILITY TO
I AD FLORIDA TO NEW HEIGHTS OF GROWTH PROSPERITY LHAT
V. ILL BENEFIT EVERY FLORID1AN.
AND HAYDON BURNS HAS DEMONSTRATED THAT AS FLORIDA'S GOVER-
NOR. HE WILL GIVE TO MIAMI BEACH AND TO ALL DADE COUNTY THE
LONG DELAYED FAIR SHARE OF STATE ATTENTION AND STATE MONEY
THAT WE MUST HAVE TO GROW.
1 have been privileged to see a lot of politics from the inside. Most candidates would like
to make good on their promises but they don't have the leadership ability or experience
to do so when the time comes. Haydon Burns has shown he possesses the leadership, the
ability and even more important the real desire to work with us for the achievement
of the goals we must strive to reach.
As Governor, Haydon Burns has more than kept his word to us. Now he needs our votes
to continue this history-making record of leadership. I am 100% for Governor Haydon
Burns. I urge you to join with me in assuring us and all Florida of this kind of effective
leadership during the next 4 years.

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vice president, 111 deliver
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G in Jubi-
lee the op
the I national
:. Wednes-
afternoon at the Americana
Hotel in v. Y i k City.
In a to the convention.
President Lyndon Johnson told
the JWB that its "fifty years ol
exceptional public service" have
earned ii "the admiration of a
grateful country."
Declared President Johnson:
Through your many affiliated
YM and WHAs and Jewish Com-
munity Centers, you have helped
people of a'l ages achieve crea-
tive fulfillment through the con-
slructive use of leisure-time.
V admir
oi Jewish mih-
t eter-
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Your expandin ram of
your concorn to
prepare our youth for responsible
citizenship and your commitment
to human dignity vividly reflect
your dedication to the kind Ol >
iety for which we are all striving,
"By enhancing the quality of
lewish life in America you contri-
bute to the general progress and
vitality of his nation.
Dr. Lehrman to be Guest Speaker At
Israel Bond Thai' Anniversary Ball
Dr. Irving Lehrman will be gues'
speaker at the Morion Towers
ael "(.'bar Anniversary Ball on
Saturday night al the Fontaine
i Hotel.
Dr. Lehrroah.
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(. I T e ni p 1 e
.. El. and
rial 1
Bond leader.
deliver an
is on the
sigi ifii;ince of
18th
vei sary of
independence.
The program
will feature a
i resentation in
Y i d d i s h and
English of Fid-
r itr on ine
Roof starring
l orisl and folk singer Jan Bart
iv ill b( supported b> his wife
i ian.
Bart has had a multi-faceted
career in show business for al-
most three decades. He has ap-
Dr. Lehrman
peared on top radio and televis-
ion programs, and his recordings
in seven languages have sold in
the millions of copies. He **s
performed in major night clubs,
hotels, and theatres throughout
the world.
Bart was born in Europe, and
came to ibis country in 1930, after
having received a scholarship in
music al the Warsaw Conservators'
He began his career ii
successful contestant on the Majoi
Bowes Amateur Hour, and traveled
units of the show for
than four years. He 'hen joined
the Eugene and Willie Howard
touring company- which took him
all over the world.
Bart is the author of a best sell
ing book entitled I Lost a Thou
-and Pounds" He is also a con:
poser ol popular goi
.indue Frederick N Barad and
lud ;e Meyer L Cherkas are hon
wary chairmen. Co-chairmen are
Mrs Emanuel Mentz, Morns I
am Kuban. ... -. [ra
Bennett V
man and Emai uel
"I am happy I my con-

iry of ci us accom-
plishments."
\ sj mposium on "Dimi i
and Horizons for Jewish life in
America" launched the Golden
celebration.
Participants in the sympos-
ium were Prof. Gerson D. Co-
hen, of Columbia University;
Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstein, of
Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun
in New York City; Howard da
Silva, actor, director, producer
and playwright; and JWB Presi-
dent Louis Stern. Bertram H.
Gold, executive director, Los
Angeles Jewish Centers Asso-
ciation, moderated.
Arthur .1. Goldberg. US. Ambas-
sador to the United Nations, will
deliver a major address at the con-
vention banquet Saturday night.
Leonard Bernstein, conductor,
composer and music director of
the New York Philharmonic Sym-
phony, will be awarded the JWB's
1966 Frank L. Weil Award at the
banquet lor his "distinguished con-
tribution to the advancement of
American Jewish culture."
Akin .1 Altheimer. Cluca.
torney and civic leader, will iv
ceive the organisation's Weil
ard for his "distinguished con-
to the Jewish Con i I
Center and YW ami V. HA field,"
.mil Mrs. Louis Ginzberg i
ol the late Prof. Louis G
iii the Jewish i: I Semin-
ary of America, and a leader in
the National Women's League
the United Synagogue ol Am. r
will get the award for her "dis-
tinguished contribution to the wel-
fare of Jewish personnel in the
U.S. Armed Force-
Charles Aaron. Chicago attor
ney and civic leader, and an hon
orary JWB president, will deliver
the eulogy at a memorial sen ice
for Mrs Florence G. Heller, lirst
woman JWB president, who died
earlier this year, on Wednesday
afternoon preceding the sympos
ium.
A speech by Philip M. Klutx-
nick, former U.S. representative
to the Economic and Social
Council of the United Nations,
was to be featured at the dedi-
cation of the new Milton Wei'l
Building of the Emanu-EI Mid-
town YM and WHA on Thursday
night.
Isaac Bashevis Singer, well-known
author of "The Slave" and othei
works, will speak at the Oneg
Shahbat on Saturda) afternoon on
My Philosoph) as a I
Writer."
Sanford Solender, JWB i
HARRY LEVY
INSURANCE EXECUTIVE
President, Voters Incorporated
largest Nan Partisan Voting
Group in Fla.
Past Pres., Democratic Club of
Miomi Beach
Pest Pres., American Jewish
Congress (Dade Men's Group:
Past Pres., Free Sons of Israel
(Org. 18491 (Now District Deputy
for Florida)
proudly endorses for
GOVERNOR
OF FLORIDA
SAM F00R
Able Experienced Horist
MEMBER .
B'NAI B'RITH
CONGREGATION ETZ
CHAIAAof JACKSONVILLE
MIAMI BEACH LCZGE
OF ELKS 1601
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"1 take great pride in the coun ry 1 ask to represent to yoL
my friends and fell ow citi zens may 1 ask for your consideration
and your vote." Sincerely, GERALD LEWIS
Camp Features Di grcro
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The nation)
I Mrs. B itiam
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PAID POL AOV.
PROVEH LEADERSHIP
BUSINESS
CIVIC
ORGANIZATIONS
COMMUNITY LIFE
HIS CHURCH
ELECT
VERNON
H0LL0WAY
State Representative
GROUP 13
"Lets Put The State On A
1 Better Business Basis"
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TEMPLE BETH AM B'NAI B'RITH
TEMPLE FORUM COMMITTEE
Ann Lewis was past secretary of the Jewish Family
and Children's Service.
GERALD LEWIS is endorsed by
THE MIAMI NEWS DADE FEDERATION OF LABOR
MIAMI BEACH TIMES THE INDEPENDENT
FLORIDA SENIOR CITIZENS COMMITTEE
Any Registered Voter in Dade County can
Vote for Gerald Lewis for the Legislature
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ni7i# Primary Set for Tuesday
In : is a partial list f candidates running for office in the
mnuu-3 next Tuesday, Maj 3. Campaign includes local and
Ices (For additional lists, see Sec. B aud i
shall S. Harris ance e ... in busi-
|S. Harris, candidate for ness and civic enterpi
lire in Group 19. has He is ;i pail president ol the
i campaign headquar- Tamiami Kiwanis Club, a diroctoi
bcipal sectors ol Dade and pas) co-chairman of the is
lional Conference of < hi istians and
south county office in Jews, adult education teacher in
at 5871 Sunset Drive ,ne Dade County school system, a
county office at 1615 former vice chairman ol the Metro
St. He has a Hialeah Miami River Advisory Board, past
s at 1445 4th Ave.. treasurer of the Coral Gables Jay
ach office at 901 Af- cees, a Fourth Degree Knights of
y Rd. and a Coral' Columbus member, and a super-
tion at 247 Catalonia visor of the Naranja Drainage Dis-
l trict.
headquarters is Room, "e no'ds captain's commission
Dade Federal Building; '" the u s All"> Reserve, and is a
n Miami. member of the Reserve Officers-
.ice president of Dade Assoc'f'<"' "e was recently recog-
binga and Loan Associ- n" l)V ,he us- Junior Chamber
ong been active in local ",' Cj'nmerce as one of the Out
civic projects, includ- f""8 ^"u"" Mcn "' America"
anti-poverty program, :" .
it elected, he intends "to sponsor
lesislation to move the Slate Cap-
itol to Central Florida, to cut ex-
former Harriet Lipton. "^ C,*'s '. "vernment. and
hree children. Steven 6. _, ft "^f to." ,h"
and Andrew 1. at 4725 ^wner" ^
ind and Jewish Voca-
Hce.
34 and lives with his
Miami.
Bteran of the U.S. Army.
fved from 1956 to 1958
occupation forces in
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Judge Byrd Duke Jr.
lyrd V. Duke Jr., is a'
to succeed himself as
ge of the Circuit Court
i.nly in the Democratic
n Tuesday.
I Dade County resident
b has a prov en re< oi i

Morey Rayman
Morey Rayman, local attorney
and civic leader, is running for
, .. i election to the Group 18 Legisla-
a graduate of Harvard tive seat
FSJlS "*?'rC,d, 3 B5 Raymans platform for the state
. 19533 and of Harvard representatives scat is based on
where he won an LLB,, -additional benefits for senior cit
j izens and a sharp-prolonged pro
years he has been a posal on the creation of a sever
the Florida Bar Com- ance tax which would eliminate
Continuing Legal Edu- the further taxation of the public."
Midi he has served for I Posts held by Ravman have been
\ He Is also a lecturer special assistant attorney general
of Law for Women. | th vision of the Florida Industrial
Commission, a member of the
Inter-American Affairs Board, and
an advisor for Florida to the Fed-
eral Small Business Administra-
tion.
lie has been a Dade resident for
2~ years. He is married and has
three daughters. lie i- pasl
" '''' *" idenl of the Fraternal Ordei
hip bj the Gov- Police A M., ,,. ,,. y ...,
noticed law in .1 a ,,,,, nis Scottish Ml
br to lu- appoint mi
""tice '" trial work Judge Richard Swan
g^gtui' Court.
_ Judge Richard "Max swum Is
He served as assistant running for reelection to the Third
f,,i"' < "<"'' '" APPea! Distrid Court ol Appeal.
(1 '"' ls ? tor,mer '' Judge Swann, a former City of
of the Florida Trial Lawyers Miami Judge ;m(l C0Unsel for the
gAhanni.u: ol conlinuinj (.ju ()f Miami ,....,, ,,,,,,,.,
|"':i 'he Dade County and pubUc Iiljtv matters, was ap-
mtion. and has recently pointed ,h(. Appellate Court by
^ed a scholarship to the|Gov Burns in March. 1965.
lege of State Trial ,,is supporters say "he toughl
Rersity ol Nevada. ,-,. f;lil. roapportionment in the
to practice as an at-
counselor of the Su-
0f the United States.
is a member of the
r Association. Amcr
Lawyers' Association,
e County. Hialeah Mi
and North Dade Bar
aduated from Miami Ed
ihool and the 1,'nivers-
Judge Duke is a com
State Legislature in 1959. He took
in to the U S Supreme Court
at his own expensi and won.
ludge Sw inn a) fou hi the con-
stitutional^ ol the Milk Commis-
sion's righl to fix pi i< i His law
in', i in the Legi '
aboii hing the price-fixin powers
ol Ihc commission ana put milk
prices back in free enterprise."
A native Miamian. he attended
Miami High, and graduated from
the University of Miami Law
School in 1950. He is married and
has two daughters. He is a member
of P.A.D. Legal Fraternity. Masons,
Shriners, Elks. Woodmen of the
World. Downtown Civitan Club,
and Police Benevolent Association.
Martin Saxon
Martin Saxon is running county-
wide in Group 2 for state repre-
sentative.
An attorney, Saxon is chairman
Of the Metro Personnel Advisor)
Board, former city prosecutor tor
North Miami Beach, and a former
police officer and detective for
the City Of Miami Beach.
Saxon received his BBA degree
from the University of Miami and
a law degree there.
The 36-year-old candidate is mar-
ried. He is an 18-year resident of
Dade County and veteran of World
War II.
Saxon is past president of South
Shore Optimist Club, past presi-
dent of the NMB Investment Club,
past secretary-treasurer of the Po-
lice Athletic League, past senior
vice commander of the Jewish War
Veterans Post 682. member of the
Young Democrats of Dade County,
member of Elks Lodge 2341. mem-
ber of Moose Lodge, member of
Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 8.
and North Miami Beach Pro]
Owner.-- Association.
Rep. Robert L. Shevin
Expci ience in Ih state legisla-
ture which earned him the co\
eled honor of "oul ling first-
term member of the House" was
accentuated by Rep Robert 1.
Shevin In his race as Democratic
candidate for the State Senate.
District 43.
Shevin. winner ol the St. Peters-
burg Times award, stepped up his
county-wide drive to win votes
as "the voice of the people." she.
in has been activi hi Jev ish coi
munit; relations organizatii
!> tring 11 i
irtei he worl I -
foil; tov ai d 11 i o
and ncces arj I at ion : > Ihe
ty, includ-
ing Ihe propo I :
amendmenl for relli I from th i
ci iminatorj inventor; tax:
of a four-; ear coll,
1 'i 'ounty; more -i rin gent crim-
inal penalties for the sale of nar-
cotics to minors; and the i
lishment of a const it mini) a I rcvis
ion committee and n t.\ reform
commission."
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WHY PULL 20-A?
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Because Emily Barefield is endorsed by nearly
every major voice for good government in
Dade County. Because Barefield is a respected
name in Tallahassee. Because Barefield has
been getting good things done for Dade families for
20 years. As a leader in the fight for legislative
reapportionment. As executive secretary
and board member of the League of Women Voters.
Through the United Fund, Family Service and
Welfare Planning Council. Make your vote count
for the qualified candidate in Group 2.
You owe it to yourself.
elect
Barefield
STATE LEGISLATURE-GROUP 2
Ni'i HCM >e.i* HMM
LEO FURLING
PULL LEVER 30-B
ELECT THE MAN WHO RETURNED
TAX MONIES TO TAXPAYERS
Smile 2nd Be Happy
THERE'RE BETTER DAYS fOR DAK AHEAD
AGAIN ... ELECT
Leo Furlong
As Your State Representative
GROUP 1 5 COUNTYWIDE
. VOTE DEMOCRATIC .
JUDGE WRITES COMMISSIONER
from World War 11.
ed six years in the
This included patio)
^North Atlantic Ocean.
Btrica, and Pacific duty
Lexington and USS
Leo Furlong
He Rep. Leo Furlong
in the Dade County
t in the Florida House
esenLiiiws.
Ka> a member of the
^B legislature, where he
^Tveral important com-
ding Public Lands
or Vehicles and Car
Igc and Water Con-
Industrial Develop-
[31. and is real estate
arge industrial eon
I graduate of the Uni-
^mi. where he was a
|e football and boxing
1 been a Dade County
[o\er 18 years, and
Icessful banker, insur-
Car Insurance Hike Stall Urged
2-B THK MIAMI HERALD Siturdiy. Jin. 81. 19S5 ------, suw ln,ur,ni., Comm,i.1otr Browtrd Wil
Lar Insurance mi
2-B THK MIAMI HERALD Sturdy. Jin. 81. 19S5
Barmack to Propose
Changes in Florida's
Traffic Point System/
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Former Metro Judce Don- vehicle wil 1 improper equip. Heckles driving, /
1,1 Barmack * v. nush for chanscs in the ins*, when the vehlcle_Ja (now4); leaving th /
accident. Ii-8 points
unlawl il
accident, ;ib points i
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W I'; iinl.nvf
"' State Insurance CommiMioner Browtrd Wil-
i liama wa urged today to declare a moratorium on
L^any incraaaaa in auto inauranee ratea until a/ter
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The *4ieW reaecedifMion of
Jewish Family and Children's
Service praises the agency for
"a sourtd structure, en active.
responsible bard of directors,
*nd a-'well-qualified staff who
arc pa*lding in e y of service to troubled fam-
s "
itBoral cored by
S *iifc kUa
in Miami for eiw I
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EU | hip in
thi : m of
\i the
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line the major functions
by the association '"in sci
n. thods of a familj
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Leon Fisher executive director
ol JFCS, indii I thai reaccn
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In a l"65 report issued by
JFCS, sta-is'ics indicated that
the aqenry served 1,993 families,
7,7.7 m-person Interviews, and
9,8S 'e!epho-e Inter/lews. De-
clared the report: After more
than two yea s of ; inning *o
"cd rcod, and
.he until :rg help or
pOpl lh Group T-;a;ment
I c "c was official y opened.
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DURKG TUB W5fft ...AS I SEE .7
Jewish ^Americanists9
Profound Self-Haters
Continued from Page 4-A
'I iremonl Ave New V'oi k Citj Poinl I I I -
ai iilj in the fan ac< land." a
o-fo inder in the piece chi rges I
nembers "havi I :ei b ainwashed, lied to, used and tal
>f both financially and tually. You have i the
iDL hurt good, patriotic Americans and Jews loyal to the principles
if American Con titutionalism ," How can one then doubt Stang,
ictim of Nazi brutality?
In the Jewish Society's view fashioned by Blumenfeld and Stang,
he AIM. has perpetrated "a Communist trick." Warn the delightful
luo: "You have listened to the Anti-Defamation I-eanue now listen
o Jews who are members of the John Birch Society There are war
eterans in the Society, they declare, "who were maimed, and who
suffered in World War II to free the Jews from persecution." This
stock anti-Semitic appraisal of the alleged purpose of the war, which
in reality forgets Chamberlain's "peace in our time" nonsense at Orly
I' r he sold out Czechoslovakia, and which, incidentally, proved the
rorld'S willingness to let Hitler "solve" the Jewish problem, fails
inally even to shock one's sensibility when Blumenfeld and Stanjj
emerge in their ultimate regalia as court Jews of the most repre-
lensible variety,
As for the Anti Defamation League, what do Blumenfeld and
.Stang say of J. Edgar Hoover's far more positive and patriotic assess
ni-nt of the League in "Masters of Deceit"? It does not matter, this
apologia toward Birchite political respectability. Neither, in the end.
Ic Blumenfeld and Stang matter. But the Jewish reaction to them, and
o their new Society, does. For more on that, next week.
RETURN EDDIE
TG THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE
a leader in the reapportionment fight
sponsored conflict of interest legislation
saved public lands for recreational use
secured $1,600,000 additional funds for the
University of Miami
District 40
FOR EXPERIENCED LEADERSHIP VOTE FOR
EDDIE
LEVER LEVER
13B 16B
DADE PNR0E
COUNTY COUNTY

'
n '
of : accre o-
JFCS
member- >s of accred
ited sch oh >f s icial w .
men.- of I Nal onal Ass i
ation of Social Worker- This pro
vides the agei with a rich .
varied experic
Noteworthy is JFCS's policy
of employing a "limited number
of new graduates," the FSAA
consultant added. Also, students
are placed in the agency for
fielJ wo:k instruction. "Or,.'
scho'arihip a year is also pro-
viced," she declared.

il f abs
six coi
ily and I
'
ll V.
H;rsh Schpoont, a iormer .. nal v.ce pres:a
Organization of America and now s
committee, is shown v.:-.. .:- nnie Gros
here on the occasion c: 3 recent
Torczyner, national prosic the ZOA. A
on the planning boarc syCity, N.J. c
of the Biscayne Terrace Hotel, Schpool
at Mrs. Grossinger's home < ':. ire Mori '_
national president, hel ise ovei S10C
in Ashkoion, Israel, a
Dade County Ccrr.rr.issior.-?:. is awared the pa
Future
ENDORSE
MAI RICE
FERRE
Miami Beach Mavor
David Blumberg
Commissioner Irwin Christie
Martin Fine
Maurice Gusman
Sol Goldstein
Max Orovitz
Robert Macht
Alexis Kononoff
Hank Meyer
Maurice Orovitz
Elliott Roosevelt
Judge Ray Pearson
David Rabinowitz
Mori is Rabinowitz
Senator Harry P. Cain
Sydney I. Weintraub
J. Kislak
Mavor Chuck Hall
Robert 8 levin
WiMiam Siroer
Lawrence Singer
EXPERIENCED LEADERSHIP
Graduate of the University of Miami Bachelor of Science in
Architectural Engineering President and Director of Maule
Industries Young Presidents Organization Economic So-
ciety of South Florida University of Miami Alumni Associ-
ation United Fund, Charman, Building and Construction
Division Board of Directors, South Florida Concrete and
Products Association Downtown Authority.
ELECT
FERRE
STATE SENATOR
(District 17)
HE CAN DO MORE FOR FLORIDA'S FUTURE!
SI


:;dav. April 29. 1966
vJenesfi tturidfrsun
Page 13-A
IN THE TERRIFYIKG WAKE OF THE WARSAW GHETTO
More Nightmares After the Uprising
NBC Photo Now
Beinq Probed
Continued from Page 1-A
By MARVIN SINGER
It happened in 1943 in Budzyn.
Poland. Budzyn was a branch of
the infamous Concentration Camp
Maidanek. The memory still lin-
cers, and each year, on the occa-
sion of the anniversary of the
Warsaw Ghetto uprising, it seems
In burst forth in newer feelings
of recollection and. occasionally,
anguish.
The exciting news of the upris-
ing in the Warsaw Ghetto reach-
ed us through the elect re barbed
wire fence. It was hard to be-
lieve. We could not imagine that,
after all the death in the War-
saw Ghetlo, there were enough
lews left with courage to revolt.
Then, at the end of April. 1943,
a train with several closed box
cars pulled in on the sideline of
hi camo, and after the guards
encd the sealed car doors, we
long lines of Jews, exhausted
.i! hunger and thirst, marching
ii lo the camp, They were th last
, from the Warsaw Ghetto
led in the death-row of Tie
i to work in Concentration
Commander's Welcome
Izj n came aboul 800 of
ong them were w !!
; ties an Jmvish
i ," H
:.
Ii
: I,
- .
Bud
. SS (
iali ed" in '<> I
e Ihi n ;. "weleo
everyl
- had and after-
ted to beat
I ill until they satisfied
I will never forget how Dr.
o, v ho seldom accepted a
f from poor patients
an !. 'Alien he was called to a poor
me, in addition to his visit,
[he would leave his own money
idden under the patient's pillow
o buy medicines and food how
e stood crouched by Fikes' feet,
rembling with tears in his eyes,
nd begged him to let him live.
[I am a good doctor," he pleaded.
"I am not too old and can still
be useful ." Fikes laughed
ruelly and shot the old famous
loctor of Novolipie St.
After the uprising in the War-
saw Ghetto, the conditions for
lews in the Concentration Camps
worsened from day to day. Sev-
ral months later, the Nazis
tailed to liquidate thousands of
I
MARVIN SINGlft
1 the 2 Jrd
:: Warsaw I
...".-
'-. in the life
.*.. r. }U- i* Mai
cr, i a bookkeeper for a
, an : -tore A rev
e pa-i N i
i

an
Liquidation Squad
Tin- ss had a "Special Squad
of men that traveled from camp
to camp to liquidate th? Jews
1 idzyn too was in line to be liqui
dated perhaps a miracle saved
US. Yes a miracle that we were
occupied repairing old German
airplanes.
Of the 800 Jews who came from
the Warsaw Ghetto, only about
150 remained. Fikes, with his
Ukrainian guards, killed and tor-
tured them more than the other
inmates. At one time, they made
a "selection" of all the sick ones
and the ones not able to work;
they also sent away Director
Bloch, Rabbi Shtokhamer and
many others from the Warsaw
Ghetto. One artist. Kohn. was
shot when he attempted to es-
cape, and another artist, Zulkow-
ELECT MICHAEL A.
LIPSKY
STATE
REPRESENTATIVE
Group 11
Pull Lever 25-C
MICHAEL A. LIPSKY
Worried Miami Attorney Fourth Gen. ration Floridian Graduate,
Wicmi Senior High School, University of Florido B.A., LLB. \ Member,
Florida, Dade and American Bar Associations, American Judicature So
,etY U.S. Army Reserve ': Temple Beth Sholom
MiCHAU A. LIPSKY will fig/if for:
l-virion of Florida's Constitution Rood building besed on need, not
|o itics a Scvtronce Tax State Control of Beach irosion and Pol-
Menial K;olih Facilities in D-dc County.

ski, died of hunger and disease
Somehow, one of the survivors
of the Warsaw Ghetto managed
to hide a piece of gold. One day.
in the factory, he bought a loaf
of bread from a Polish worker
for that piece of gold. Afterwards
the Polish worker reported him
to the guard.
That horrible scene will live
forever in my memory. It was a
hot summer day. After we came
back from work to the camp,
tired and hungry and lined up
by the kitchen to get our soup,
suddenly signals and whistles cut
through the air and drunken
guards with whips and rifles in
their hands hitting us about the
heads ordered us to run to the
"Apel-Platz" (Camp square).
Ultimate Cruelty
We knew that something ter-
rible was going to happen. We
stood pressed together and could
hear the beating of our own
hearts. A short while later, we
saw several guards dragging a
Jew completely naked. His body
was covered with black marks,
and around his neck was a chain.
Fikes rode after them on his
white horse, and his face was
the
of the fusion of Hcrut and
red with anger. He made a short former Liberal Party,
speech about the "crime" that Piime Minister Eshkol's decision
"Schmutziger-Jude" had commit- to appoint h-mself chairman of the
ted by hiding gold, and that he Israel Atomic Energy Commission,
was therefore sentcned to die. replacing the famous scientist.
After his speech. Fikes ordered Prof- Ernst Bergmann, was mean-
the guards to tie the riving Jew while criticized severely here by
to his horse, and Fikes made the opposition party members in the
horse run around the square close | Security and Foreign Affairs Corn-
to us. dragging him like an ani-
mal, leaving marks of blood be-
hind h'm. Afterwards, they
placed him in the center of th?
square, Fikes jumped off his
horse, lit a match, and put the
mittee of Parliament.
Members representing former
Premier David Ben-GurtOn's Rafi
Party and of Gahai the fusion
of Herat and Liberals accused
Eshkol of having "sacrificed sci-
burning match to the nostrils o' entific efficiency for the sake of
the victim. When Fikes saw that absolute authority." The opposi-
he was still alive, he ordered two tion called upon Dr. Bergmann to
g'wrds to bring two buckets of appear before the body and explain
filthy water from th" hole at th" his resignation. However, the Gov-
washrooms, and Fikes ordered ernment's coalition members on
them to pour the water into the the group refused to issue such a
mouth of the dying Jew. summons, asserting that such testi-
On that unforgettable dark mony would be unprecedented.
evening, almost 2.000 Jews stood Eshkol told the parliamentary
body that a new committee would
be established by the Atomic En-
ergy Commission "for intensive
consultations with scientific au-
on the "Apel-Platz" in Budzyn
and watched a tortured Jew ly-
ing with a chain around his neck,
with the guards pouring and
pouiing the filthy water into his thorities."
mouth, and Fikes stood and
smiled.
A few seconds later, we saw til the water started to come back
how the victim's stomach started out of his mouth. Then his suffer-
to grow bigger and bitter un- ing was over he was dead.

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Honorable ByrdV. ^ *
Miami, Florida
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Duke:
a Circuit Judge
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beeb"e;rurgin9 my
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are espec
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Friday, Apr: 29 :$
TWc^s Thovgkt: By DR. SAMOA SI1VTR
Much Maligned Pharisees as Film 'Classic' Sees It
AN ANGRY
** man was
Ephraim Auer-
bach. who
writes for the
Day-Joumal. a
Yiddish n*w>-
paper.
IM irked
Auerbach vras a tale his wife
told him. She had seen a movie
at the Museum of Modern Art.
in Manhattan, a place where
>ou can ^ee the latest in art
and the oldest in film*.
\- Mia.-Auerbach told it to
her husband, and as he relayed
it to hi* readers, the Museum
had chosen to dredge up an
oldie named Intolerance, one
of the first of the spectaculars
by D. W. Griffith, of "Birth of
a Nation fame.
The movie opened with a shot
of the most grotesque charac-
ters Mrs. A. had ever seen. Who
were these wretched creatures,
as mean in their ideas as their
looks0 The Pharisees. And
what were they out for? Blood,
that's what.
And these hateful haters got
what they wanted, in the an-
tique Griffith opus. The film
goes on to show later manifes-
tations of bigotry, all springing
from the example set by the
Pharisees.
This oversimlified version of
history, all too close to the ac-
count in the New Testament.
ha> long ago been refuted. The
Pharisees were not at all the
brutes depicted in the ancient
chronicles. They were the rab-
binical sages who were earnest,
not hypocritical: who were
merciful, not mean: who be-
lieved in expanding the scope
of the old rules, not restricting
them. Indeed, some of the mo-t
highly-praised statements in the
New Testament were originally
Pharisaical.
This information about the
Pharisees, referred to in Jew-
ish circles as the Talmudical
rabbis, has been widely publi-
cized not only by Jewish writers
but by Christian scholars and
authors as well. But it takes a
long time for truth to catch up
with the world.
The news had not reached
D W Griffith decades ago or
even those responsible for
choosing which films to show
over at the Museum. Of course,
the Museum folks were merely
demonstrating what old-time
films look like, but wouldn't
you think that, after Hitler, sec-
ond thoughts would be chm',
the showing of a picture so -
flammatory?
Who is responsible far at -
films are picked for the \'
seum Auerbach was c .^,"
about that, after hearing
wife's horror story, and
the Museum. He received a a-"
around galore. No one wmm
to say, or could sav or hbU
say.
First indignant. Auerbac'-
then became puzzled He wv\
ders whether behind this Mb**
ture into celluloid amiquaridl
ism there might not be a ba;
ward-leaning Jew
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
Jewish Community Down With Birchitis
IT ISNT ENOUGH to add to America's anguish
that the New York Police Department has a bad
case of Birchitis Now a lector of the Jewish com-
munity has come down with the same ailment.
One of the John Birch Society's ample staff of
public relations men claims that 10 percent of the
group s total New York membership can be found
amons .Manhattan's policemen. That gives the old
Indian island about 300 John Birchers fellows
aho can swear to respect the Constitution with one
hand and a minute later swear with the same hand
that civil rights are Communist imports. Philadel-
phia some time ago had a crisis over Birchers in
the blue. In Santa Ana. Calif., the busy Birchers
worked like mad to undermine the authority of the
police chief. Other police departments have not been
spared. But it's in New York now that the infection
terns to have taken hold most virulently.
The flirtation of several Jews with the Birch
Society might have been expected. Sooner or later,
nearly every movement with sweeping slogans takes
in some of the gullible from e\ery corner. And those
Jews who have a deep need to prove they are more
anti-Communist than other Americans can find in
the Birch Society the do-it-yourself kits for going
after everybody they don't like in the name of
400 percent Americanism.
More to the present point is the attraction the
John Birch Society max have for those cracking
along with the white backlash. Sparked by Carolina-
horn Robert Welch and much adored by members
of the White Cithrens Councils whose press follows
the Welch line on civil rights, the Birch apparatus
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
Nasser's Decision a Serious Challenge
NASSERS ANNOUNCEMENT that he
will not withdraw his troops from
^ emen, coming ;is it did after the Brit-
ish Government's decision to quit its
itary and naval base at Aden
on the southeastern tip of the Arabian
peninsula, presents ;i erious challenge
ael li is ;i chi llenge both on the
ical level of foreign policy and
.nid on the level ol political tl> nking.
when Gen Salal, after the death of the old iron-fisted
r of Yemen, revolted against his successor Immam
Bader and declared the replacement of the Immamate by
the Republic, it looked first as if his success would be
complete within a few days. However, numerous tribes
in the mountains remained loyal to the Immamate
under which both religious and secular authority is
vested in the single person of the Immam: and when it
turned out that Immam Bader was not killed but escaped
and called upon his followers to take up arms, the endless
Yemeni civil war started. Without much hesitation, Nasser
jumped into the fray on the Republican side and within
a few weeks more Egyptians than Yemenis were fighting
against the Immam.
It was obvious from the first moment that Nasser sees
in Yemen the gateway to the fabulous oil riches of 'he
Arabian peninsula and th.i- it was natural that Saudi
Arabia began supporting the Royalist side the
i With a haste which ibly be better ex-
plained in terms of p than foreigi the
stati- t)i pai tmei I th the r n of the
Republican r mi for what was then clai
a firm E|; ptian promise to fi om
"> nen This was the notor ou Bui
tiated by U.S. S| er
the same man h n to
hand over Dutch Guinea to Indonesia's Pekii
Sukarno.
From the beginning. Israeli propaganda was somewhat
embarrassed by the Yemeni situation. On the other hand,
this was a clear case of Egyptian military intervention
in the internal affairs of another Arab country and a
typical example of both Nasser's duplicity in his promises
to Washington and of the State Department's over forgiv-
ingness when it came to Nasser. On the other hand. Israel
also felt squeamish about coming out on the side of the
Immamate which was identified with one of the most
backward regimes in the world.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Hebrew School Assures Success
W%0 YOU WISH to be a success?
" Would you like to be a pro-
lessor at Oxford? Write a best
.seller'.' Hold down a job in the
American Embassy at London?
It's easy as pic, or kugel. Go
to Hebrew school.
The Jerusalem Post had an
item telling how Mayor Teddy Kol-
lek. of Jerusalem, visiting Ixmdon. arranged to
spend an evening with Prof. Isaiah Berlin of Oxford,
who has known Hebrew since childhood. Shortly-
after, Prof. Berlin rang up to say they would be
joined by Theodore White, author of the best-seller,
"The Making of a President." who also knows He-
brew, having studied at the Hebrew Teachers Col-
lege in Boston. At the last moment, they were joined
by Philip Kaiser, of the American Embassy in Lon-
don, who had attended Talmud Torah in Brooklyn
"Darf men kennen English?" as they say.
Of course, there is no guarantee. There is the
story of the Jew who got a job as shames (sexton)
in a synagogue, but was dismissed when they learned
he could not read or write He turned to other fields
and prospered One day. needing $100,000 for a bus-
iness deal, he applied to his bank. The cashier looked
at his bank book and saw the man had the money,
but he realized he couldn't read his bank book.
"Goodness," said the cashier to the man. "if you
have made such a success without being able to
read "id write, what would you have been if vou
could?"
A sexton in a synagogue." the man answered.
Success is a capricious thing. We are always told
that, if we want to succeed, we shouldn't watch the
clock. In the town in which the writer lived in his
boyhood, there was a young fellow who heeded that
ad vice. He never watched the clock. He had abso-
lutely no use for clocks and watches. His mother
was always chiding him about his habit of getting
up at noon I don't know how it came about; but
years later, he made a fortune manufacturing watch
chains.
GO explain success. "
is now an ideal nesting place for
people who can conveniently -
hard at Negroes not by down-
grading colored fellow Americans but b} >igorou.<
peddling the canard that the civil rights volt ..
Communist-inspired and Communist-controlled.
These questions should convince any self-respect
ing Jew not forgetful of what ha th ..
misguided Jews m Germany who hacked Adolf Hit-
ler because he said he was the arch-enemy of C .
munism to eschew a movement which has bi
enly and publicly acknowledged that It uses 1
methods of Communism. Even such a gentl< soul
Sen Leverett Saltonstall has asked of those v
for the Birch blandishments: "Are we goin^ to
ourselves to be dominated by an organization which
seems to advocate Hitler tactics."'
But one needs to go much further than warn:-.
about Birch Society affinity for Jew-baiters, The
real danger posed by this galloping mechanism no
picking up perhaps as much as S6.000.000 a year t r
its political war chest is that if it is producing a eh c
acid capable of corroding the very' fabric of America
It drives a man it has badly used. Cardinal Cushi -
to say: I have yet to find a member of this So
who I could trust." It prompts Senator Thru-'
Morton of Kentucky to bracket the Communist Part
the John Birch Societ) and the Ku Klux KIt
one package of mischief, sharing the weapon
secrecy. li inspires a shrewd politician liki ;. i
S con to tell his fellow Republic
that they had better choose betwi
and the John Birch Sot
B :' late in the game. th< I
t the tattei so
Not I S ther sui h Ami
I a Jewisl
it.
tier must be chuckling in h
Be/ween you and Me: By BORIS SMOLAB
Sarnoff Memories
INAVID SARNOFF, who rose from an
immigrant boy to one of the greatest
personalities in our electronics age. still
likes to talk of the days when he went
to "cheder." the Hebrew school, at the
age ol 4. in the small Russian town near
Minsk where he was born.
Years ago we were sitting in the
famous Cafe Royal in New York the _
gathering place of Jewish actors and writers, no loncer in
existence and he was boasting, really boasting, '' "'
of how, as a young immigrant boy he was singing
synagogue choir on New York's Lower East Side
needed desperately the $1.50 a week which he '-,l f
for the singing as a soprano, because his parents i
depending on his earnings However, he also el
singing in the choir, and he spoke with great wan
Cantor Kaminsky. who had awakened his love ol ""*'
music.
It is quite a distance from the days wl
struggled as a boy selling newspapers in New Yo*
and how he became a legend in his own I
lently and vividly told in "David Sarnoff,' a bios
written by the noted American author. Eugene l-v
be published by Harper & Row on February 27, ban
75th birthday.
Sarnoff and Lyons being first cousins th
were sisters the latter had the advantage >"
Sarnoffs career closely. Himself a senior ediloi o.
it's Digest, Lyons u-lls the colorful story of Sarno-'
to leadership in the communication and electronic
try. and to great responsibilities as advisor 10 I
idents, in a wav that makes the book captivatl


fay, April 29. 1966
*. Ik-witfr flerkJUati
Page 15-A
1 Emanu-El Plans Build if^
the Combined Jewish Appeal campaign this year is the
lease in the Shoe Group of the Mercantile Divis;on, chaired
Roy Bowen Sr., president of Bowen Sh"e Corp. Congrarulat-
Bowen are Jav I. Kislak (left), general chairman of the CJA,
illiam S. Ruben, president of Jordan Marsh and co-chair-
in of the campaign's Mercantile Division. Under Bowen's
\ the Shoe "Group has registered a gain of mo^e than
ml over 1%5 from S7.345 to more than P17C00.
:th Am Class Weekend Retreat
i Beth Am confirma
k( nd retreat at
Rabbi H< rbert M
li I several study ses
[ making the trip
I. '.-A. in, Sharon Lax,
;. Candj Fien, Joan
tslie Masshn, Alice
! auren Siegel, ( ai ol
ianna Dubbin, -
'! S'l.'ll 0 I
i, Lj nn Finki
Vmy Kurhirrd, Judy
Simons, Katie
D >na ':: Mar-
la Marcus, Terry Herz, Diana Jac-
obstein, Susan Salz, Sharla Gill.
Sara Beth Har is, Cecilia
inie Ross, Mimi Alper, Laur-
ie Siden Neil Lefkove, Rick;
en. Chad Rosen, Mark B mm, Wil
liam Baros, Jonathan Bau ngard
ker, Gary K
Greenstein, Moi i e
man. Gordon Schoi n. i hai :
Raymond l eone, Lewis Har-
David Klein,
: van Za toi la, B i I Gibbs
and Jon
Hat ris.
Groundbreaking ceremonies for
a social hall and school building
of Temple Emanu-El will be held
I on the site of the new building,
adjacent to the present synagogue
at 17th St. and Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach, at 11 a.m., Sundav,
I May 15.
Announcement of the new pro- i
ject, which will be constructed and
equipped at an estimated cost of
S500.000. was made Wednesday by
Max Boderman. president of Tem-
ple Emanu-El.
I
A dedication ball will be held
at 6:30 p.m., on the evening of
< May IS, at the Diplomat Hotel in
I Hollywood, under the general
i chairmanship of Alexander Muss,
vice president of Temple Emanu-
El.
Food Fair
Properties Shew
Record Income
Food Fair Properties, Inc..
achieved record high levels in total
and cash flow
88, ,i \ as disclosed by i
uel I nt i
shoppi
pany, in the tenth annual i
to sh eho
ome for il>
iber 31,
1, an inci i en
over I 10,254,-
083 in the pre ms ear.
After deducting depn ciation and
, iTed income tax-
i tol 2.G6 510. net h
I to S436.124,
li--,' In revenues
and the increased depreciation de-
im additional properti* :
total cash flow i epre entin i
le plus d< hi and de-
i e tai rose to a
d high ol 83,097,634, com-
; in l!)(i4.
Morris Lapidus, member of Tem-
ple Emanu-El and internationally
renowned architect of temples,
hotels, apartment houses and other
residential and commercial build
ings. has been commissioned to
design the twd-story structure
which will be built in a parking
lot adjacent to Temple Emanu-El.
A grand ballroom, which will
seat 600 persons for banquets,
and 11 new classrooms are
among the highlights of the new
structure. Other facilities will
include additional offices, a
yautHJTtbunge, meeTfriff rooms,
an art gallery and several multi-
purpose rsonts. '"'
"This vitally needed build in?
will round out the comprehensive,
overall plan for a Temple Emanu-
El physical plant able to meet the
growing religious, educational, cul-
tural and social needs of a dy
namic community," Dr. Irving
I.ehrman. spiritual leader of th-;
Miami Beach congregation, as-
serted.
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[THE MIAMI HERALD
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|THE DADE COUNTY YOUNG
DEMOCRATIC ASS'N.
THE CONGRESS OF SENIOR
CITIZENS
^HE MIAMI BEACH
DEMOCRATIC CLUB
fNE GOOD GOVERNMENT
LEAGUE
fHE FLORIDA SENIOR CITIZEN,
LEA : ,: OF VOTERS
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TO ALL CUR FRIENDS:
We sincerely believe thai Irwin J. Block is one
of the most ourslandu dates to offei himself
for publk years.
His proven professional cape1 ind outstanding
record of public service ov ears; his
honesty and integrity; I s devotion to justice and humanity
moke him eminently suited to represent the people of
Dade County in the Legislature.
We strongly endorse his candidacy and ask all
our friends to do lhe same by voting for Irwin J. Block
(lever 26-A) on A",ay 3rd.
Sincerely,
<_ Hurt in j-inc miii
Kfjernard jaeovton
(Signed)
Former Chief Assistant States Attorney
Past Exalted Ruler, Miami Elks, Lodge 948
ELECT IRWIN J
Member Temple Beth
Yeshiva Graduate
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Miami. Florida, Friday. April 29, 1966
Section H
SWEET SIXTEEN' ON MAY 6
Sinai Auxiliary Birthday Party Set
LcoK;:ig over the program at the "No Minimum" bruncheon
fcnd show oi the Combined Jewish Appeal Young Women's
Division are (left to right) Mrs. Philip Bloom, Mrs. Fred Wise.
Mrs. Daniel Franco and Mrs. Leonard Lurie. They were among
pore than 400 women who attended the community-wide
heeling at the Everglades Hotel on Tuesday.
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bv ISABEL GRCVF
A "Sweet Sixteen" birthday
party will mark the 16th annual
installation of Mount Sinai Hos-
pital Auxiliary at the Fontaine
bleau Hotel on May fi. The lunch
con will begin at noon.
Installation ceremonies will be
conducted by Samuel Gerter, exec-
utive vice president of the hospital
The following officers will be in-
stalled for the coming year:
Mrs. Leonard A. Wien, honorary
president: Mrs. Yale N. Levinson,
president; Mrs. Murray Kern, Mrs.
Raymond E. Feiner, Mrs. Martin
Kurzsvell. and Mrs. Bernard Spec-
tor, vice presidents; Mrs. Sherman
Kaplan, recording secretary.
Also. Mrs. Lester Ratsky. cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. Milton
Having asked Robert Gorman,
|l Sew York, to spend the past
par with them. Helen and John
emple climaxed his stay with a
keckend devoted to the observ-
|n that son Geoffrey 18, would
lonesome when big brother
tons left for college, the Temples
IromJsed old friends. Mr. and
n Rubin Gorman, that their
i ssuuld not only be getting the
-i education available at Ponce
iinior, but that they would ar-
l for Hebrew instruction as
Ml .
So Robert celebrated his Kith
birthday and was Bar Mitzvah
In the 16th at the Minyonaires
[ gation where a Kiddush
linehi on follosved the cere-
Jonj The Temples also
|o led a delightful dinner party
their young guest on the fol
kwing day Those attending
Deluded his aunt. Mrs. Rubin
jeibowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
nger, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
|emple, Dr. and Mrs. Milton Saf-
Mr. and Mrs. Hyland Ritas,
lathan Ginsburg, Mr. and Mrs.
Tan Baer, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
crystal Chapter of the Asthmatic Children's Foundation of
Florida held its second annual spring luncheon at the Fon-
pmebleau Hotel. Shown looking over the program are Mrs.
piward L. Cowen. (left), co-chairman, and Mrs. Joseph S.
rmkelman, chairman. Mrs. Albert Hochberg is president of
pe Crystal Chapter, which supports the Foundation's philan-
P'opic, non-sectarian Residential Treatment Center opened
Pi October. 1964 in N. Miami Beach, where severely asthmatic
Children from Greater Miami, northern Florida, other states
find Canada are receiving long-term, in-patient care and
parment.
Grecnhood. assistant corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Sam Wiesen, finan-
cial secretary; Mrs. Bertram
Thorpe, assistant financial secre-
tary; Mrs. Ruth Schumann, treas-
urer; Mrs. Marvin Silvers, parlia-
mentarian.
And, Mrs. John Owen, Mrs. Ed-
ward Roth, Mrs. Carl Susskind,
honorary life members; Mrs. Irv-
ing Greenfield, nominating com-
mittee chairman.
Mrs. Jerry Blank and Mrs. Don-
ald Kaplan, program chairmen,
have arranged an afternoon of
fashions by Jordan Marsh, featur-
ing the commentary of Mrs. Elean-
or Morris, fashion director at the
store. Music will be provided by
Hal Spearer and his trio.
Arrangements co-chairmen ar'i
Mrs. Irving Goodman and Mrs. Ha.
old Oster. Hostesses are under the
supervision of Mrs. Lloyd Ruskri
and Mrs. Lawrence Singer, co-
chairmen. Table decorations will
be the work of the Mount Sinai
Hospital Garden Club under the
direction of Mrs. Ben Lond. chai:-
man.
The auxiliary currently has
2,295 members. More than 400 sup-
porters are active volunteers, in-
cluding 20 males. Besides provid-
ing service, the auxiliary contrib-
utes monetarily to the School of
Practical Nursing, donates equip
ment to the hospital's nursery, an.i
provides aid to indigent patients.
Brickman, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Ginsburg, Mrs. Hannah Scher.
Dotty and Leon Kaplan, full of
plans for their trip to Gotham
Town where he will attend the
JWB convention, and she will
visit with family and take in the
Broadway shows.
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Gone forever from the ranks
of those who "have never won
anything" is Sylvia (Mrs. Irving
B.) Kaplan, svhose name came
out of a new spring hat last week,
entitling her to attend the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress biennial
at GrOSSingers expense-free ..
President of the Florida Wom-
en's Division. AJC. the lucks-
lady will be accompanied to the
conclave, running Ironi Apr 27
to May 1, by Mrs Sylvia Silvers,
Justine Chapter prexy, and her
daughter. Phyllis.
Houseguesting with Dr. and
Mrs. David Pinosky and family, of
Miami, are his mother. Mrs. Sam
Pinosky, and his brother Aaron.
wife and children, all of Charles-
Ion. S.C.
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Deborah Women To Install Officers
Lew.:
fiction of officers of the
Greater Miami Chapter of Deborah
will be held at it- annual luncheon
Tuesday at the Barcelona Hotel.
Mrs Da\id Michaelson. chairman
for the day. will install Mrs Mil
dred Auslander. president for a
second term Mrs. Ira Younger,
tob. Mrs. Michael Wahl. Mr* Na

Temple Israel S.sterr.ooc held :-.s ini
luncheon xr.s '" ~
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a second terra -s preeident Shown ere past
cres.aes oi the Sisterhood who were
- the installation per-
.- : ";:-:-':. ? Narot Br. i^der
'-.: ere Mes-
dames Miriam Kobley Joseph ; Max
roeeph Bulbin i:~r.z:r.? :e:. -
are .'' Hyman
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life members! > S
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Beth Moshe Sisterhood Slates Li-ncheon Sunday

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Geuia Gill at
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Day Beach Salute
Geula
son. Mo, will
be :'
Day
Show Saturday, .'
lay, Maj 2. at Miami Beach Audi-
torium, ha- a list of accomplish
meats that would do credit to
someone twice her size ana
A native dau.h't-r of I-rael. she
Inherited her many talent!
her musical famil: Besid
at ease singing in 10 languages
Geula has a three-oc.
a soprano, mezzo, down to an .
As a soloist with I
theatrical i ula's tal
were fir-t noti: : Sht h i I
a soloist with a TV v
and finally throughout the Ui
States. Canada Cenl
America. Europe

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song, and her huae i .- oi
folks
perforn Sulli\an
at S un-
der Johnny Ca:
- banner, the Mike Wallace
P M Ea-t and on national TV in
Panama. Guatemala. San Sal'-a-
dore. and England.
Miss GUI ha- played Carnegie
Hall: Tour. Hall. New York and
Philadelphia: Jordan Hall. Boston:
Philharmonic Hall. Los Angeles
Newport Folk Festival: Orchestra
Hall. Chicago. Montreal and Tor-
onto.
Added to her 14 I.P albums
one with Theodore Bikel her
night club appearances, college
concerts, and two movie parts.
Geula Gill is a one-woman dynamo
featured in the George Jes-
set-Israel Independence Day Show
are Bernie Bern.-, a talented,
young American-Jewish comedian:
the Negev Troubadors, an authen-
tic Yemenite dancing group mak-
ing their American debut: and
orchestra conductor. Bernard
Marl
Jewish Leader in Lecture
LONDoN IT \ Max Ma
/in. president o: the Fewtsl com-
mill !. ga\e a lecture
on : last Passover at (he
DQrniniTxri Monastery oi Avfla
where Tomas ToreuemaAa, founder
I Inquisition, lies bur-,
patch from the Spat;.-;: capital
*J" Jacob-,
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retary: and M .
respond::
Health Kits Given
To 3,000 Children
ter of Hadas marked v WW's Day on Mon-
day. ir observance of President
>poration Headstart"
in Dade Cow
Group- of m*mber-
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Israel's Birthday
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April ::- 1966
Chester LeSters
Are Cited For
Terdfi Deyotson
nor.i di ;>r. 17
rl hon d Mr.
i Che fo "thel
h I de> "i ion to
l I ji ius School educa-
! hi ai onsored by the
;. i Cenf it Temple and Re-
I
Amonj those present to pay trib-
ute [c the Letters were R;:hhi Av-
Drazin. spiritual loader of
the u-.-:yle: Rabbi S. fc Swirsky,
of Beth "acob: Rahbi Simon April
principal of the Hebrew Schoo':
Louis Kchwartzman, executive di-
rector the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucatii co-chairman of the Board
.ion. Dr. Seymour Rickles
and William Drucker; and co-chair-
ie annual journal. Charles ,
Fidi! Ubert Zisman.
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enl Mrs. I e'ter, am'
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N.H. AHJ HMS. CHtESTtk LtlTtR
to Mr
of their
an anc.ent silver Bible
Letter "in appreciation
loyalty"
Ih Morris ra< dinner chairman.
and Will ter of ceremonies.
Hcdcssah Groups Plan Installation Of New Officers
V/eekly Yiddish Lectures Start
Kabbi Isaac Hr n ever. -.. .-.,,,
icaaer oi Aguctatn Israel Hebrew
Institute, will begin a sei i<
"The Ethics of our Fatners" oi
Saturdar
Fo-te Towers Group ol !
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at ti.
11:30 am. I
will be I! d Mrs. 1
" VVeinii'. Chaii Mian of the day
lai.. ( harap and pro
chairman is Mrs Morris Strully,
Mrs. Herman Feller is president,
Hanna Sencsch Group will have
its installation brunch on Monday.
11:30 a.m., at the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Henry P.. Weinick will he
installing officer. Chairman of the
day is Mrs. Ann Reabach. President
is Mrs. Sylvia Kurland.
Shaloma Group will have instal-
lation luncheon on Wednesday
noon. May 11. at the Algiers Hotel.
Chairman of the clay is Mrs. Irvin
V Shapiro. Installing officer will
be Mrs Miiton Sirkin. Mrs
Dermer, singer, will entertain

S'ephen S. Wise Group will hold
its installation luncheon on
day, 11:30 a.m., at the '
Hot I Mi i Abraham Magid is
chairman of the daj \-
will b< installed by the Mayor of
side, Judge Louis Stall,nan. A
musical program will follow. Mrs
Aida Yaslo is program chairman
Mrs. Manning Mintus is president.
-:
Kadimah Group will hold its
installation meeting on Monday.
: 11:30 a.m., at the Singapore Motel.
Installing officer will be Mrs. Hen-
[ ry B. Wernick and a musical pro-
gram will follow. Mrs. Max Raskin
I is president.
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Israeli Group will hold its in-
stallation luncheon on Monday
noon at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs
Maurice Calm will be guest speak
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Phi Siqma Sig*na
To Hold Meeting
Phi Sigma Sigma Alumni Chap-
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monthly meeting and annual instal-
lation of officers on Thursday.
May 5 at 8:15 p.m.. at the hom-
of Bobbi Ossip. 925 89th St., Surf-
side.
Mrs. Robert Rosen, national
president, will be installing officer.
New officers include Mrs. Myles
Eaton, president: Audrey Borok,
first vice president; Hazel Cohen,
second vice president; Mrs. Barry
Covin, corresponding seen
.Mrs Samuel Heller, recording sec-
. and Bobbi Ossip. treasure:.
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Univ. Women's
Group Features
Social Worker

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B< _-rature ard in educa
. -oca! vc Katz-
:- articles.
- recorded "Sins and
or the Boa.d o: Jewish Edu-
Ch:ca-o
Israel of an old Jeru^-
1 the
I Rabli Lewi] Ka'zo'f
icago. Um "' Ra^bi Ron
. Ka'roff i of Rabb:
Ma "- Miami
ms. MomA mtzoff
ORT Chieftains
Attend Meeting
National board membfr- of
Women's American ORT attended
board me< nday and
Monday at the Cleveland Hilton
eland, 0
Officers of the Southeast Flor-
ida Rt -ion who attended the meet-
were Mrs Florence Kupper-
man. president: Mr- Harr] Rosen-
blatt, national vice president: Mrs.
William Fi'-hman. vico president;
\li- George Linden. vie- president:
and Mrs Margaret Stearn. member
oi th" national field expansion
committee
Garden Club
Installs Officers
Mr* f- Lead will be installed
as president of the Mt Sinai Hos-
pital Garden Club for her second
term on Monday noon at the home
of Mrs. Robert Frank
The theme of the rr-
be "Past Present, and Future
Members will adorn themselves
with unique floral acces>orie> for
the occasion.
Mrs. Harr> A Moscoc, pa-t pres-
ident and chairman of the pn
said that there will be music and
professional entertainment Mrs
I.<- ident and an accredited
show jud^e will be installing
officer
Other officer- to be installed are
Mr- Byron Topol. vice pre
Mrs Mark Cirlin. via
Mrs. Rose Kelemer, vice president.
Mrs Meyer Don, corresponding -i
retary: Mr- Havid Rothenbt:
cordiny secretary' Mrs. Theodore
h. social cretan-: and Mrs
Robert Frank treasun
Florida Chapter of Women's League
Sets Conference May 2 at Deauville
i board members.
, the tl v "
' '.orida wi
orence
-; the De. Jacobsor.
chairman.
hear Dr In.
com-
Other local spir
- participating will N.
Rabbi Harold Richter. of Congre
tion B'nai Raphael, and Rabbi
en Rutchik. director of the
Southeast Region of "he United
gogue of America
A mposium entitled "Dynamics
for Jewish Living will be pre
sentcd b> Rabbi Samuel April.
Rabbi Sol Landau. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky, and Rabbi Max Lip-
scbitz.
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JVIV Post Regular Meet*
ortb Sho.--
veterans, baa
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On the second day of the gather
:i be an installation banquet
where Mrs Arthur J Brown will
be installed as president Mr-
Louis Sussman. national speaker
consultant, will di^charu: the pres-
ORT School
Tour Planned
Mrs. Harr> Rosenblatt, national
vice-president and Southern ex-
pansion chairman of Women"?
American ORT ha- been appointed
to travel with a delegation, headed
by Mrs Max H Rosenberg, nation-
al president, on a tour of ORT
schools. They will leave Apr. 30
and return early in June
ORT. Rehabilitation through
Training, which ha- tau.ht more
than a million students since its
inception in 1880. is the largest
nongovernmental vocational and
training aeency for the Jewish
people and ha- Installations in 22
countries.
Pioneer Women
To Close Season
Tv
activii
Mian
Mrs Ida L:(- i
Pioneer Women C".. 2
mothers and grar. li
group at a luncbei
at Isaac Gellis Real .
Washington Ave M
Shedroff. chairman i; en.
tertainment will int
by Mrs Sadie Hubert m
gram by Joseph H
Aviva Chapter
officers a; it- final
current season.
Sadie Lowy. presidi
The last meeting ... ol
May 5, 1 p.m. at 1
Savings and Loan Ass r \U(j.
itorium. BOO NE 125 Mrs Km
Mandell will be named Mot
the Year" at the cot

PULL LEVER
DISTRICT 45
vote for
S. Harris
999
a volunteer.
You've heard the word before: A Volunteer.
You've probably been one, asked for one,
Vvorked with one.
Marshall is a volunteer. One of the best.
Ask those who've worked with him at Fed-
eration, at United Fund, at Jewish Vocational
Service, at the "Y", with Jewish Occupational
Council. And ask those who've worked with him
as a successful attorney and vice president and
rnember of the board of Dade Federal.
Now Marshall has volunteered to serve in the
State Legislature.
He wants to help get a fair shake for Dade
County which has never received its share of
assistance, services or return of its tax monies
for our County's projects. He wants to help
Dade County by getting the State involved in job
training and counseling, in speeding up slum
clearance and the war on poverty, and in solving
all the problems of our major populous areas.
We are supporting Marshall in his bid for
the State Legislature in Group 19. We ask you
to join with us.
Jamat Albert
7. JulS Ark.n
M A Beskln
A. Morns Broad
Shepard Broad
Jack Carrier
A'vin Casse'
Jules P. Channinf
Cnar'es Clements, Jr.
A. Budd Cutler
Paul Faske
Mrs. Chas P. Feinbe'g
Martin F,ne
David B. Fieeman
Ben Giller
Charles Goldstein
Eminuel Goidst- eh
Joseph Goiuo
Maurice Gasman
Sam J. Heiman
Daniel Neal He:ier
Abel Ho'tz
Leon Kaplan
Paiph Kaplan
Rooert l_ Kapan
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Joseph Upton
Samuel Lipten
Baron de Hlrsch Meyf
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E. Albert Pallot
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Leo Robinson
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James H. Ruby
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Friday. April 29, 1966
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HELLO MAMA
I lie children of Martha Myers invited all of
nds to help celebrate her 85ih birthday
in having dinner together in the Encore Room of
n Dupont Plaza Hotel. A gay crowd in a charm
ing red room whose pink tables were highlighted
l,\ centerpieces of pink and rod carnations set off
by fringed mums paid homase to Mama. There
was a whole table of blood kin, Martha and Stan-
ley Myers {mother-in-law and daushter-in-law en-
. [he same name): daughter Audrey, who came
to Miami for this special day with her husband.
Pi Leonard Shapiro; and daughter Glenda and
daughter Mrs. Hortense Blum, who lives here.
Other out of-towners were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Fisk, <>l Omaha, Neb. Then came the grandchil-
dren. Ken Myers. Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Gilbert,
and lune and Artie Blumenthal. Stanley Myers
was master of ceremonies.
The orchestra played "Mary" for Mary Sher
and her Jake who were on the dance floor. Also
a hit of the evening was Mi's. Ida Israel, who
,i: f 'Some of Those Days" and "Bill Bailey."
Among others enjoying the party were Mrs. Hattie
Goldman, Mrs. Kthel Shochet, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Lesser, Mrs. Bertha Rinzler, Dr. and Mrs. Max
Pepper, Mrs. Sara Staulisinger. Aunt Hattie Kom-
iners, who came in from Palm Beach and was
escorted to the party by Dr. and Mrs. Alexander
Libow, and all of the Scheinberg clan, including
Mi- Esther Scheinberg. who had just had a big
birthday celebration two weeks before, and Mis-;
Miriam Scheinberg. The song.- "Enjoy Yourself"
"Young at Heart" personified Mania .Martha.
The guests all sang them lustily. Pink ice cream
cakes with blazing candles were carried by an
array of smiling waiters to the tables to the music
hi Happy Birthday, while Hep. Ken Myers held
lenorah Ladies
'o be Installed
hood officers and board
embers will be consecrated at
Iti Friday night services of Tern
Pi Menorah.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
k the newly-elected officers In
i eremony of consi < i;:
I li ling Biblical readings
b chanting.
I id as president for 'I
f term will be Mrs. Ed ird
r in Other officers ini
I Gertrude Bet gad, Sail)
I \ ice presidents;
f | ilian Nyer, Irene Dorfman
d Rose Schifman, secretaries;
Ilian Solomon, treasurer: Lillian
pthchild and Lee Gotlieb. parlia-
tarian and historian, respect
l*l\. and Mrs. Elsi l.edwidt.
la plain.
In addition to the special COD-
bcration ceremony, Temple
lenorah will dedicate the late
pvice to tne parents and children
I the Religious School. This Sab-
btli will be the first in a series of
?ur Family Sabbath services
lunched by Temple Menorah as
rt of its Sabbath revitalization
twain.
id proposed a loa I
evening.
A MORRIS LANDS3UP.GH SPECTACULAR
Never before was a cake a etting for so truly
impressive a ceremony as it was al the wedd
Morris Landsburgh had for their daugh
ter, Ellen, who exchanged vows with Howard
J Peinberg last week. Twenty steps led to the
top layer of the eight-fool pink wedding cake.
On the first tier, stood the bridesmaids and ush-
er-: mi the second tier, the best man and matron
of honor: and on the top, just like on a tradi-
tional cake, were the lovely bride and groom, and
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
For the wedding dinner, the Dcauville Hotel
had been changed into the gardens of Versailles.
Terraced gardens bounded In hedges massed with
tulips, hydrangeas and all flowers in pinks and
greens formed a magnificent background. Pink
carpeting helped create the illusion of a flower-
ing garden. As the guests entered the room,
individual ice molds holding caviar, each one
electrically lighted, made a breathtaking scene.
The large pale spears of asparagrus were flown
in from France. The wedding cake, the one to
eat. was tremendous with a spun sugar bell on top.
Among guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Novack,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Gerstein, Dr. and Mrs. Edward Roth, Mr. and
Mrs. Bud Mayer, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mufson,
Mr. and Airs. Julius Mufson. Dr. and Mrs. Meyer
Eggnatz, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Meyers, Dr. and Mrs.
Leo Kupper, Mr. and Airs. Henry Williams. Mr.
and Airs. Seymour Rubin. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart
Cordon. Mr and Mrs. Shephard Broad, .Mrs Jen
nie Grossinger, Mr. and Airs Louis Gidney, and
Judge and Airs. Irving Cypen.
Frances Lehman
Sister Elks
Install Officers
Installation of officers of the
Anna Miller Circle 1601 Miami
Beach Chapter was held last week
at the Elks Club, 720 West Ave.
Installing officer was Mr-. Joseph
V. Tilery. senior past president.
Airs Sol Forman was installed
president of the women's chapter,
judge Weiss was among
speakers of the evening.
Gcrdon Installs
New 52 Slate
The 52 Association of Greater
.Miami, which provides entertain
ment to hospitalized veterans, and
welfare assistance to their families.
will install officers lor the new
year on Sunday. 5:30 p.m.. in the
Barcelona Hotel.
Commissioner Alex Gordon, who
was the Associations first pres-
ident when it was organized 18
years ago. will induct the new
slate. He will be introduced by out-
, going president. Miss Jeanne Tratt
ler.
Headed by Mrs. Carrie Silver.;
j president, new roster includes Nat I
; Glaser, vice president; Mrs. Bcr-'
i nice Burke, recording secretary;
Mrs. Gertrude Reisenbach, finan
cial secretary; Mrs. Jack Wrubel.
corresponding secretary; Mrs. J.
George Schwartz, treasurer.
rhree new utivs have
! n hired S tern As o
i brol i r
and manufactui ing tental
Joining the
G. Hansen, and Nick
i\ Conforti.
Her served
as a captain in the Marine Corps
N I F( i saw action during
W'oi Id Wat II and the Koi i in con-
flict.
Fot m ire In in 30 years, Hansen
Miller comes to the Miami area has been selling in West Florida.
from the Gold Coast of Florida He He has represented food and drug
has represented liquor, beverage firms.
MRS. EDWARD SCHUMAN
Mother's Day
Celebration Set
Roosevelt Temple 33. Pythian
Sisters will have a Mother's Day
party on Wednesday, May 4, 8
p.m., at the Roosevelt Temple
meeting hall, 4601 W. Flagler St.
Mrs. Pincus Bach, newly-installed
I grand chief of the Grand Temple
Pythian Sisters of Florida, has
i been named "Mother of the Year."
Mrs. William Pearl, chairman
! for the event, announced that there
! will be live entertainment followed
1 by refreshments.
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
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challenged Dor''
to achie\e betta All aj -
; ->od student. Dorothy earned
her AB degree from Way-.e State
University in Detroit, srd her
teacher's certificate a year later
thy did a good
job of teaching elementary" Ej
it school system,
feeling a deep sense of satisfac-
tion with her work.
Then, through friends who
were in the retail business. Dorothy became interested in
line of work She took a trar irae and r
be buyer of blouses, then Igel ..-- '.'
."g ar.d exciting experience to be a-sociated a-
rthre with a three-million-dollar dress departs
E.ery third week, she went to Nn York.
Dorothy lived alone and liked it u: Ed
were married, and moved to Miami in 1954 I;
absolutely a new and different life for Dorothy. She didn't
know a soul The blue skies and shifting sands she adored
proved to be a happy background for the life that they
were to lead here. Wanting to identify herself as a citi2en
i~ the- community, she joined National Council of Je
Women. She felt each new project a challenge as she rr.
up through the ranks in Council In the Study Groups,
she discovered an outlet for continued learning.
Next Wednesday. Dorothy will be installed as president
of the Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewi-h
Women As a believer in federated giving. Dorothy is active
in United Fund and Combined Jewish Appeal drives.
Dorothy feels that she and her husband live an exceed-
ingly normal life. They have progressed through the years
in playing bridge together so that now Ed only threatens
to slay her every other time. He encourages her in her
absorption in Council They have a large family of relatives
and make it a point to attend all of the major family events,
including the recent arrival of a grand-niece. Since the fam-
ily is scattered all over the country, the Oppenheims have
been able to see the USA. including Mexico and Hawaii
for good measure.
Those lovely knitted outfits that Dorothy wears are her
. creations. As a businesswoman for many years. Dor-
o'hy is inclined to stick to her own way of life and let
the world do likewise, f- tl at o'her- know what they
are doing and why. and not needing help from
her
Dorothy laughe<: crinkled as she said.
Everyone should take his affairs and just be
happy." But now that D': .- going to be president of
' ouncil. she II be telling a lot of people how to mind Coun-
cil's business and sometimes even their own.
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"THE TALK OF THE TOWN" with
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Senior Citizens
Install Officers
Friday Eveninq
MISS BARBARA KAGAK
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of the conference Pepper and
Looking to the Future." Iud j
Opening -i- n was addressed ttai:
by Mrs Joseph "Nor.. St jent: Josepl
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Luncheon Held
For Brick Bark
SYIVIA PAPItK
Hadassah Unit
To Install Officers
... ndent ol "he i >n r>r A Len
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Mrs Vale N Levinson. president, Anna -
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loundei Haber, gri -
and first of the Brick \ Schwart
project of ti Academj
Womf ^airman of the an- chairma
nual luncheon on Wednesday. freshmenl -
The affair, held in the Max Sil- hospital cl
Renanah Group of Hadassah verberg Dining Hall a' the Hebrew ci< ic chaii
will insta!: Mrs Walter LebowitX Academy, was .: during the
as president for the year 1966-67. building campaign o: the school's A1 [^ufmu
Mr- Lebovitz previous.) servedas structure (our Un B .
regional chairman of Miami Beach Under the leader-hip of Mrs Mrs A,;... ;
for the March o' Dip- Rosen. Hebrew Academy Women on refrc-
She also serves on the board of ^d *5-*> : ?L?"2 ***" C
directors of Temple Beth Sholom Auditorium thro.. nts
North Beach Elementary "jWjin^ ) Trust
Max T hurst
The board o:
dore Heller.
Mintzes. Abe G
man. N Brov
H Israel I
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School. Other officers to be in-
stalled are:
Ml -Barnes Howard Gordon, ad
ministrative vice president: Luis
Neufeld. membership vice presi-
dent; Jack Sharp, education vice
president; Robert Berner. fund
raising vice
chairman i> Mrs Joseph Shapiro,
who has announced a goal of an
additional S50.000 lor kitchen fa-
cilities of the school, when- meals
for the 300 students aie pre]
daily
Mrs M. H. R president,
president. Sidney announced thai u -' i r for
Goldberg, program vice president: the afternoon >..- ius R Sarah
Milton Grayson, financial secret- .hairman for
.lack Ferti-'. recording sec- the | I harles
retary: Nathan R">e. correspond- Simon was program chain:
ing secretary: Paul Grand, treas-
urer: Thomas Trent, parliamentar-
ian Sherman Fast, advisor: and
Paul Plotkin. honorary' past presi-
dent.
Installation will be held at the

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Positions Changed
At Dade Federal
Algiers Hotel on May 4 at 11:30
a.m. Arrangements for the instal-
lation are being made by Mrs.
Jay Dermer. Mrs. Nat Barth will
be installing officer.
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nt of
the Dade Federal Savincs and Loan
Association of Miami, announced
the election of Paul R. Gibson,
former assistant controller, to the
position of assistant secretary.
Lipton also announced the re-
alignment of key posts in the Tami-
ami and Allapattah branch offices.
Lucille Ferris, assistant treasurer,
was named Tamiami branch man-
ager, replacing Ted Wertheimer.
assistant vice president, who has
been transferred to the mam of-
fice accounting department.
George Fields, assistant treas-
urer, was appointed Allapattah
branch manager, succeeding Arn-
old Seltzer, assistant vice presi-
dent, who is now branch office
coordinator Victor Findura. as-
sistant vice president, was also
appointed branch office coordin-
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yours*
CM Zi
f*> 'ENINO nipht at the ( oconul
** Grove Playhouse tor "The
. and i" pla; -I to standing
mly. Among the crowd -.;is
- William Pallol in a black
crepe sheath with a softly-
red, low-scooped neckline
: long sleeves. Her daughter,
Miss B >bbi Pallot, chose .-i shock-
ink velvet cocktail suit. The
i featured dropped bell
i 9 and a decollete neckline
I in ice pink satin. The
waa featured in her bodice.
i matching pink flower was
the neckline. Mrs. I-:. Albert
allot chose a three-piece aqua-
ne silk matellasse theatre
-,.:t.
Mrs. Melvin Richard chose a
en red j-ilk costume suit with
red clooney lace bodice over
hitc silk. The sheath dress had
petal cap sleeves. A while
i;_; h t worsted wool suit
- 'he choice of Miss Renee
ii. Her jacket was lined to
latch the brilliant multi-colored
i al silk print blouse
kJEWCOMERS from Philadel-
'^ phia, Mr. and Mrs Daniel M.
is enjoyed the production.
Tabas wore a powder blue
k matellasse sheath with a
hing hem-length coat. Mrs.
Nat Strauss had pink chiffon in
deep V neckline of her red
thcatie suit. Moss and em-
raid green were combined to
n ate the interesting textured
i ave in the tailored suit worn
y Mrs. Maurice Weinstein. Mrs
awrence Adler's lemon yellow
ide knit ensemble was trim-
d with gold lame braid.
Mrs. Harry Botwick's choice
as a wheat -colored linen ribbon
-i i. covered buttons and a beau-
tifull) detailed standaway collar.
Ker daughter, Miss Judi Botwick,
.hose a black brocade sheath A
ruffled flounce cascaded down
I front of her dress and en-
rr
e Black velvet-
ie sheath silhouetti, was
V-- BtO 1 Dvi's selection for
the evening. Her scooped ni >-k
i was decollete, and her dress
was topped with a hot pink coat.
L/RS. Howard Halpern's silk
brocade theatre ensemble
featured ombre pinks in a floral
motif The flowers were created
from en: velvet. Shocking pink
satin was used for her overblouse
Yellow silk crepe was the color
and fabric choice of Mrs. Morris
Rabinowitz. White chalk crystal-
trimmed her scooped neckline
and banded her overblouse Mis
Ed Kolber's black silk crepe
fh had an off-thc shoulder
neckline which featured a silk
print scarf latticed through il
The scarf featured a black and
white geometric print banded in
hot pink.
Mrs Richard Stones choice
was a mint green brocade Her
- Ii ( eless 0'. erblouse had rhino-
StOtH buttons and her Aline skirt
ved its fullness with fronl
pleats. Mrs. Harold S. Abott -
aqua-colored moss crepe was en-
circled at the waistline with a
hand of aqua bugle beads
;irl was softly gathered
PROM Sarasota. the Irving Rub
ins have recently taken up
residence in our town. Her black
crepe .-heath was topped with a
black chantilly lace covered
sweatei with the white mink
collar in the shawl style. Mrs.
Morris Green's bodice of her cit-
ron silk and wool theatre cn-
semble was a conversation piece.
It was in .sheer silk illusion with
hand-embroidered raised flowers
in multicolored sprays.
Mrs. Jack Sandier chose a
stunning white silk-wool cocktail
ensemble. Amethyst-colored crys-
tals created her buttons, and the
.-atm lining of her jacket was the
same shade of amethyst.
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A; the installation brunch of the Bikur Choiim at the Algiers
Hotel where Mis. Joseph Keiser was inducted for her fifth
consecutive term as president of the Jewish Convalescent
Home. Left to right are Mrs. Henry Wern'ck, installing officer,
Mrs. Keiser, Mrs. Murray Kostoff, chairman of the day.
Mrs. Keiser Installed Biker Choiim Head
Fcr Fifth Consecutive Term at Brunch
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Over 4'io people attended the
Bikur Choiim installation brunch
at the Algiers Hotel where Mrs.
Joseph Keiser accepted the post as
president for a fifth consecutive
term.
Other members of the slate arc I
Mr. and Mrs llvinan Roth, found-
ers. Mrs Helen Hornstein. Mis
Nathan Roth, Mrs. Sarah Levin,
Mrs. George Burkin, vice presi-,
di i Mrs Nathan Rifkin, treas-
urer; Mrs. ,\he Singer. Mrs. Ray
Lieberman, Mrs. Isaac Blecker, |
Mrs. Harry Topper, secretaries; |
.Mrs. Lillian Townsend. Mrs. Wil-
liam Herold, sergeants at arms;
Mrs. Murray Kostoff, public rela-
tions; Mrs Ann Zitter, Mrs. Ed-,
ward Elkin. cheer card-. Mrs. Isi-
dor Cohen. Mrs Edward Elkin.
honorary presidents.
Trustee- are Nathan Roth, Mrs
Adolptl Acker. Mrs. Ann liosenfeld.
Mrs Morris Alper. Mrs Sam Yid-
ien; honorary trustee.-. Mr. and
First Sailing
From Miami
Of SS Shalom
When the Israeli ship, the SS
Shalom, sails from Miami this fall,
it will mark the first sailing of the
liner from here.
The Greater Miami Districts of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica are sponsoring the journey
which begins Nov. 17. The voyage
includes cruising the Caribbean
waters surrounding St. Maarten.
Guadeloupe. St. Thomas, and San
Juan.
Albeit E. Ossip, chairman of the
ZOA president's council, stressed
that this historic cruise "will def-
initely be a sell-out," and he sug-
gested purchasing tickets early.
Freedom Chapter
Of BWi BYith
lestatfs Officers
dom Chapter of the B nai
B'rith Women will hold its annual
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dining room of Harbor House
South. Miami Beach.
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ways and means; Mrs. Samuel
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Miss Rena Stein, parliamentarian.
Mrs. Harold Rosen, guardian; Mrs.
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, _, .. ... Trustees are Mrs. Harold Rosen,
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Robert Fiiedman
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ip i 981 SW B8rd PI..
will be Bar Mitzvah or: S
morning. Apr. 30. at Temple Zion.
Following the service. Mr and
Friedman v. ill hoil the Kid-
du.-h in honor of their
In the evening, the celebrant
be honored with a dinner at
the Beefster.
Bruce Levinson
Bruce Carl, son of Mr and Mr>.
Harold Levinson. 6140 Twin Lakesi
Dr.. will observe his Bar Mitzvah
during Saturday services. Apr. 30.
at Temple Beth Am.
A reception and luncheon in hon-
or of the celebrant will follow the
ceremony
Jane Rachlin
Jane Wendy, daughter of Mr '
and Mrs Norman Rachlin. 5964
Twin I-ake Dr.. will be Bas Mitzvah
.: F'.i'h David Congregation on
Sat lay, Apr. 30.
Jane is in the seventh grade at
South Miami Hi^h. where she i- a
-ht "A" Honor Role student.
and has been attending Beth David
Religious School for the past eighl
year-
She is president-elect of the
eighth grade, president of the pre-
USY, president of Spanish Honors
Club, and a member of the Miami
Junior Ballel Company,
Mr and Mrs. Morris Rachlin.
grandparents of the celebrant, will
attend the services.
Lawrence Golden
Lawrence [Larry) Golden, son of
Mrs. Martha Golden, of 7925 Haw-
thorne Ave., will be Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday, Apr. 30. at Temple
Ner Tumid.
Larry is a -tudent at Nautilus
Junior High and Temple Ner Tarn-
id Religious School. He eoll<
stamps and coins and likes skin-
divii
hicldu-h will follow the services
Theodor Teimer III
es, \i i
h
will include the Bar Mitzvah of
Theodor Teimer HI.
Thcodor is thi Mrs. Bi
lah Teimer. 1545 NE 206th St No.
Miami Beach.
A seventh grade student at Ilia
leah Junior High, the celebrant
plays in the school band.
Reed Tolber
Saturday morning services, Apr
30, at Temple Ner Tamid, will in-
, elude the Bar Mitzvah of Reed
Stuart Tolber. son of Mr. Ben Tol-
ber. of Atlanta. Ga., and Mrs. Nan-
cy Frank, 12640 N. Bay Shore Dr.
Reed is a student at North Mi-
ami Junior High and Temple Ner
Tamid Religious School. He plays
guitar in the band and enjoys
swimming and water-skiing.
Kiddiisli will follow the services.
A party far Reed's friends will be
held at the home of Mrs. Frank.
David Goldstein
David Lawrence, son of Judge
and Mrs. Norman H. Goldstein.
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Tlv will
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Normandy Dr., b.
Irvine (" Spear,
said the talk will
a film on congest!
FATHER AND SON Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz teaches son.
David, the Torah Reading. David will be Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Menorah on Saturday morning, Apr. 30th, where he
will chant both the Sedrah and the Haftorah. He will also
deliver a "guest sermon" and sing the Musaf service.
will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday.
Apr. 30. at Temple Adath Yeshu
run.
David is in the seventh -radc at
John F. Kennedy Junior High His
favorite subject i- mathematics,
and his favorite sport is football.
Oil 'he principal's Honor Roll
- an excellent -tudent in He-
brew School He also plays the
clarinet
Among guests will he Mr. and
Mrs. Simon Bcrman and Mr and
Mrs Norman Prafin. grandparents
of the Bar Mitzvah.
Stephen Seidler
Saturday lervices. Apr. 30. at
Temple in Olom will include the
Bar Mitzvah of Stephen Bruce
Seidler.
Stephen is an honor student in
the sc\enth grade at Glades Junior
High and plays trumpet in the
concert band.
Parents of the celebrant are Mr.
and Mrs Walter Seidler, 9331 SW
: St
Sheppard Novak
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will include tin
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An student at
etto Junior High, Shi
has been attending Temple Judea
"iiis School as well as Hie
Minyonaires. He plays piano and
participates in sports of all kinds.
The celebrant will be honored at
a Kiddush following the ceremony,
and at a reception for family, out-
of-town guests and cla--- ti at
hi- home in the evening.
Scott Lewis
Bar Mitzvah of Scott Kit k i. w is
will be marked during Saturday
morning services. May 7. a' Beth
Torah Col ition
The celebrant is tl Mr
and Mrs Paul Lewis, 20325 High
land Lakes Rlvd n of
Rev and Mrs Abraham S I w
and Mr. and Mr- Jacol -
A si ide student at John
F. Kenned} Junior High, So I
hobbies are tennis
building miniature racing ear- 11<
,il-o plays drums in a hand
A reception in honor of thi !'...
Mitzvah will be held on Maj 7 al
the Dupont Plaza Hoti
Marshall Weisbard
Mar-hall Paul, son oi Mr and
Mrs Ralph M. 7511

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The ant will b<
.
ice al
Mrs S i vVeisbard, of Miami
Beach. Marsl Us
will attend the event
KAHN UNVEILING
The dedication of a rnonurr?il
to the memory of the late
CLARA BEAR KAHN
will take place Sundc, May ^it
at 2 o'clock at Wooolcvn Po-k
Cemetery with Robb Solom,n
Schiff and Rabbi Josepn [. Ro:i.
ovsky officiating.
Friends and relatives on os. :i
to be present.
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Miami to discuss with leaders of
the Catholic University in Dade
County issues of mutual import-
ance.
Dr. Lichten is national director
of intercultural affairs of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith.
While in Miami, Dr. Lichten
will be meeting with Bishop Cole-
man F. Carroll, of the Miami Dio-
cese; Sister Dorothy, president of
Barry College; Fr. John Kiernan,
chairman of the Diocesan Council
of Human Relations and pastor
of the Church of the Holy Re-
deemer; and the Rt. Rev. Msgr.
James F. Enright. chairman for
Christian Unity. Diocese of Miami.
Dr. Lichten was guest at a
noon luncheon Wednesday spon-
sored by the Florida Regional
Board of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith in the
Dupont Plaza Hotel. He was
also to address a League meet-
ing on Catholic-Jewish relations
slated for Thursday, 8:30 p.m.,
in the River Room of the Dupont
Plaza.
Dr. Joseph Lighten was born in
Poland and received a degree ol
Doctor of Law Irom the Univer
sity of Warsaw. A former diplo-
mat attached to the Emba
the Polish '.overnment in exile in
Washington, D C. h<- left bis pott
and became an American citizen'
when the Communists gained con-
trol oi Poland.
Since 1945. he has directed
ADL's Department of Intercul-
tural Affairs. Under his leadership,
the department has co-sponsored
and patricipated in Catholic Jew-
i-h conferences throughout the
country. His articles on Catholic-
Jewish relations and inlcrgroup
problems have appeared in various
national magazines and Catholic
publications.
Dr. Lichten was in Rome during
the 1963 session of the Ecumeni-
cal Council, representing the Lea-
gue and promoting mutual under-
standing and cooperation between
Catholics and Jews. Last year he
was in Rome again, for the same
reason, during the third session
of the Council, when the recent
Declaration on the Relationship of
the Church to Non-Chri.-t:an Re-
ligions was formulated and voted
on.
Spinoza Forum
Meets Thursday
Dr. Abraham Wolfson was to '
speak on the "Art of Living Hap-
pily" at the Spinoza Forum for;
Adult Education on Thursday. 11 I
a.m., in the auditorium of Wash
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+Jewlsti nnridlian
Page 9-B
A: recent gathering of the American Friends
oi the Hebrew University, Harry Frankel (right),
fo'_:.der of the Truman Center for the Advance-
m". ol Peace, discusses air transport during
the Israel Independence War with Irvin R.
Schindler (standing left). Others present were
(left to riaht) Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro,
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Riikin.
Hebrew Univ. Friends Hear of '48 Air Command
idnq Israel's Independence
Da Ith .1 eala celebration, the
Aim can Friends of the Hebrew
I tit this week learned many
n! heretofore secret details of
Forum Women's
Education Council
C ul for the Continuing F.du-
ratio of Women. Inc.. opened of-
fici londay on the first floor of
the "nick Bldg., University of
M
Sydney L. Weintrauh. chair-
mai :lid that community vol-
lintf "ill assist each day. Mom
ough Friday, from 10 a.in,
lo ; in.
council is an independent
service foi Miami
the air transport command, which
supplied planes to beleaguered
Israel In 1948
Irvin R. Schindler. a native Flor-
idian. who organized and was pres-
ident of the airline which flew
arms, men and planes into Israel
during the War for Independence,
addressed a gathering of more
than 200 Friends.
The annual event, which climax-
es the spring activities of the
South Florida Division of the He
brew University group, included a
musical presentation by noted con-
cert violinist, Joan Field.
Among selections. Miss Field
performed a traditional Yiddish
melody, arranged by the late Joel
Belov, ol Miami.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz pre-
sided. Mrs. Edyth Geiger, regional
director, reported on the recent
international board of governors
sessions held in Jerusalem, at-
tended by Jack S. Popick. pres-
ident of the South Florida Division.
Mrs. Trudy HamerscMag and Mrs
Geiger
Menasha Skulnik
Opens at Grove
This Weekend
Spring season of the coconut
Grove Playhouse will open Sunday
with Menasha Skulnik, favorite of
I a i( nee starring in 'Zulu
and the Zayda."
Marking Skulnik's fifth time
back at the Playhouse, the Howard
DaSilva and Felix Leon play, with
musical lyrics by Harold Rome,
will be the first time he will be
seen in a singing and dancing role.
The play will co-star Louis
Gossett, with principal roles
played by Anna Roman, Skul-
nik's real-life wife, Ben Stone,
Ed Hall, Philip Vandervort and
Max Jacobs.
The story is of a heartwarming
friendship between a VA-yea^-oid
Zayda (grandfather) and a Zulu
from South Africa. Skulnik also
directs the play. "The Zulu and
the Zayda"' will run for two weeks
and will follow the current "King
and I," starling Pernell Roberts.
Inga Suenson. and Joyce Bryant.
Props women ol show business j
are planning a luncheon in honor
of Joyce Bryant on Monday in the
Mona Lisa Room of the Eden Roc
Hotel. Miami Beach.
Brma Pdvin, president of the
group, said the luncheon will be
called "A Fete for the Voice of
Joyce." Miss Bryant, a popular
night club singer, appeared in Mi
ami last year in the starring role
of the Grove's production of
"Porgy and Bess."
Ticket chairman for the event is j
Ethel Hair.
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CAN MAKE THE
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800 Attend Dinner Honoring Schatzmans;
Fisher Appears in Behalf of JNF Here
Mendel \. Fisher, prominent
Zionist leader, architect and build-
er of the Jewish National Fund of
America and the man responsible
for much of the reclamation work
that the Fund has accomplished in
Israel, addressed many JNF meet-
ings and functions while on a re-
cent visit to Miami Beach
On I ovei 8
came to hear Fisher and to laud
Irvin Seh:,i'man at a dinner in
hi hi or a< the Fontaini
tel, sponsored by the Jewish Na-
; Fund.
The affair was arranged to
launch the Irving Schatiman
Forest in Israel, and some 50
percent of the necessary funds
were raised. Other banquets will
be held until the project has
been completed.
Discussing some of the paintings which Southgate Towers
res.rlents displayed at their annual exhibit over the weekend
ars left to right) Isaac Weinstein, instructor, Israel Margolis,
Jack Farbstein, Ida Bonapart and Gertrude Axelrod. Fourteen
Oi '.'eir.stein's students participated in the showing.
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In his talk. Fisher reviewed the
achievement of the State of Israel
in the last lti years, and spoke of
I he significance of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund for the past 65 years.
He discussed the manner in which
the JNF "turned arid, desolate
land into liveable, cultivable, pros-
perous areas,'' suggesting that "the
land of Israel is still half desert
which requires a great deal of ef-
fort and financing before it can be
completely developed."
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Tem-
ple Emanu-El, in his address stated ,
that "the Jewish National Fund is :
one of the most important and one
of the holiest of Jewish institu-
tions." Calling on dinner guests
"to make Irving Schatzmans dream
of establishing a forest bearing his
name in Israel, Me Ami, a reality,"
Dr. Lehrman referred to the role
JNF has played and will continue' a book review
to play in Israel. I Abramson.
am*.
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Invocation was given by Rabbi
Mayer Abramowiiz, of Temple
Menorah. Leon J. Ell introduced
soprano Mollie Stark, who of-
fered a program of Yiddish, Is-
raeli and opera selections, and
chairman, Zev W. Kogan, served
as master of ceremonies.
During his stay in Miami Beach.
Fisher attended a meeting of the
JNF executive board, was pulpit
guest at Temple Emanu-El, where
1,500 were present at the services,
spoke at Temple Menorah before
some 1,000 persons, and himself
an incoming Elk exalted ruler, at-
tended the local group's installa-
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Ladies' Club Meeting
Ladies Club of Seacoast Towers
South. 5101 Collins Ave., held a
general meeting on Wednesday
evening, with members of the
Men's Club also invited to hear
bv Mrs. Francis
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APrU29.l9(
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Candidates Line
Up for Tuesday
Following is a partial li-t of cai in the
al and
wide races For additional Sec A ai
Elton Gissendanner in this -tat.- 1 believe we have
Elton J. Gissendanner la candi- had too much legislation based on
date for the Florida State S nate in Kreed rather than need.
District 45.
The candidate. 38. is a North
Miami councilman and I
mayor. He is past president of th:>
Dade Counts Council of Mayors
and recently received the North
.. ml Chamber of Commerce
'(lutstanding Achievement Award
Henry Gilbert, a leader in the
Combined Jewish Appeal a-..I 1-
Bonda, and past president of
Moshe, was last
n mat I -
ner
l believe." sendai i
the great t thro

coi itructi e pro
i help Flori
taxes thn
I corporal

position to attract new
and apace-related industri -
Florida, thereby broadenii
.. base and ultimate: redu
Lewis said the state mental hos-
pital which .should have been built
in populous South Florida will
now be built in a rural county
"where it just so happens the pres-
lent of the Senate lives
it- legislation like that which
mak( me wai I I i participate in
government and seek public of-
Lewis .-aid that his campaign
ed "not on what 1
am opi slative
I can
Bernard A. V.'ieder
Bei V. Wii candi
S .
'

:

nit l
individual taxes
Joseph Varon
oseph A. Varon is running foi
i the nt'\'. ly-i
District The Youni
o \ .iron is headed bj h
er, vice i oi the
ocratic Clubs
with Ai
I
lent of the Broward '
i
i
i I
i II
n ol a
i ',.'1 Dade
; teachers' i
: ext ision

abolition
Bernard Freed
!
the senta

.
rs saj hi
Kunzler pasl pres di of the bathii
ow ard Junior <
Democrats a area <
Gov. Haydon Burns
The Bums Belles, members ol
in-
clude a four-year colk for Dade
unty, and an enlarged kindei
garti im."
in addition. Freed is opposed "to
th Women's Committee to reelect liquor price-fixing, a state min-
Gov. Haydon Bums, will I
de sort fashion show Friday, 1 p.m.
in Cafe Les Can Can of the Caril-
lon Hotel.
Mayor Chuck Hall, of Dade
imum wage law. added Medicare
its, constitutional revision
and a bi racial committee ap-
pointed by the Governor."'
A native Miamian, he received
Fhot
;n at the new Temple Judea
on U
is canned
and the classroom b
new Jadea will be cccu; i ac-
I
'
Co:.
Ra I I
lecc!
County, will -peak, and guests of his BA and law degrees from the
honor will be the wives of all the University of Miami,
ma ors of District .">.
Fashions will be by Wilma, of Irwin J. Block
Lincoln Road Mall, with Burns Running for State House of Rep-'
Belles as models, announced Bev resentatives, Group 12. Irwin J.
rive Keusch, Miami Beach cam Block 'opposes any tax increase"
n coordinator. and feels that "additional revenues
Gov. Burns meanwhile pointed can be realized by attracting new
oul that "approximately 200 more business and increasing productiv
Labor Unions have openly en ity."
dorsed my reelection. I have led a His supporters say Block "favors
triumphant sweep through north establishing minimum require-
: Florida, and several other ments for law enforcement officers
prominent newspapers and well- with higher salaries through state
known and respected citizens hav subsidies."
announced their beliefs that I Block is former chief assistant
have earned a full four year term state attorney for Dade County.
as governor." j He was an instructor at the Miami
Pointing to the senior citizen. Police Academy, the North Miami
Burns declared that "I have been Police Department and a lecturer
a true friend to the elder Floridian. on Florida criminal procedure to
I called a special meeting of the graduate attorneys. A Dade Coun-
Welfare Board and requested a cut ty resident 22 years, he is a Uni-
be restored that had been made versity of Miami Law School grad-
to those also getting social secur- uate.
ity "

Gerald Lewis
Emily Y. Barefield
Candidate for House of Repre-
Gerald I-ewis, local attorney and sentativea in Group 2 is Emily
Democratic campaign leader, is a Y. Barefield.
candidate for the State House in Mrs. Barefield advocates "annual
Group 7 slative sessions, provision for
The 31-year-old Coral Gables lieutenant governor, state-support
resident said that I am particu- ed family counseling services, per
larly concerned that this state i- home rule for all counties,
.still lagging in the giowth of it- and inclusion of the State Men'
educational system, in the unfair System in the Florida ConstitU-
manner in which I .on."
levied, and the manner in which Mrs. Barefield was born in Con-
certain allocations have been made necticut. and has been a Dade
- Sh
: as a public
1st foi '
era during the 196 I sessioi
sta i< tislature and as
islative semin
1965 session.
Mrs. Barefield resigned as
utive secretary of the League of
Women Voters to run for the Flor
ida Legislature.
Vernon Holloway
Vernon Holloway i- a candidate
for the State Legislature in Group
1.3. Holloway pledges to hold the
line on taxes and see thai a fail
share of state taxes i- rel
to Dade County for community de-
velopment and to support and initi-
ate programs which will bring
more business and industry to the
state and to Dade County."
A Dade County resident for the
past 17 years. Holloway received
his education at the Virginia Me
chanical Institute and the Univers-
ity of Miami. He is president and
founder of an electric company,
and has served a- electrical in
Bpector for the City of Opa locka
and on the Electrical Contractors
Examining Board of Metro.
? *
James H. Hendrie
Candidate for Board of Public
Instruction, District 1. James H.
Hendrie won his seat by a large
majority four years ago. A grad
uate of Technical High and the
University of Florida, the 4'i
old candidate has three yea
law training.
He is a member of the Welfar
Planning Councils committee- on
alcoholi.-m and mental retain
a founder of the 4 11 Club in West
Ilialeah. and a leader in the Fu-
ture Farmers lea.
Hendrie. who livei
and two children a V 8th
Ave.. pledges a fair and
pendent approach to all
> unl
Ec'mond J. Go-g
i since I 63 E
Gong, !'>. is a native Miamian He
io a
. luati "t Hai rard Uni-
of Miami Law > h >1 He
i- a candi lat< for the Se
District 4 I
\
;i > '.i
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in \mi- '
.1 ..
one of the lea
elected will
form, .i so ind li
construction |
ervation and
in- land- "
David Fleeman to Address Victory
Celebration at Beth Am Saturday
l'j- i.i B Fleeman vice pi nl
.: the Gr< Fed-
eration, will spi .'-. at 'h
dance of Temple Beth Am fitor)
tor the 1966 Combined Jewisn Ap-
peal at the Beth Am Social Hail
on Saturday night. 8:Jo p.m.
t\l\ members ol the Soutn Dane
congregation contributing a min-
imum of S25 to CIA will be au-
milled free to the evening. BCCuid-
ing to Beth Am CJA chairman. .-\.
liudd Cutler.
Heeman, who is co-cnairman
j( the initial Gifts Division of
his year's CJA campaign, is
rormer president of tne nome
builders Association of soutn
r-'lorida. A past president or me
Amei ican Jewish Committee, ne
is vice president of the Jew-
ish Home for the Agea or
Greater Miami and has served
dS a member of the board or
rrustees of Temple Israel.
fleeman recently was named
L*nairman
Miami lewish : also
,.- a men her of the National coin-
on Federation Piann
h Education, whicn was >.
DAVID flltUAH
Lntlyestal
Council ol I.
ire Fui .
Ur.Herl a
ual leade. W
Cherkas
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Friday. April 29, 1966
fJew Ssfi Bur/Idfo/n
Page 11-B
MAX BODtRMAN
Israel Bonds Will
End Redemption
Compk'r.on of the redemption of
the first issue of Slate of Israel
Bonds will he celebrated at a spe-
cial reception in honor of the
founding purchasers on Tuesday
evening in the Foniaine Room of
the Fontainebleau Hotel.
The event will be marked in Is-
rael at a ceremony to be attended
by Prime Minister Levi Eshkol
and other Israeli leaders.
Greater Miami holders of First
Issue Israel Coupon Bonds will be
the recipients of a Founders Cer-
tificate at the reception on Tuesday
evening. Information on the pjp^
cedure of redeeming the bonds
will be provided.
The repayment of the Coupon
Bonds will complete the redemp-
tion of all outstanding bonds of (he
Independence Issue
tcderman Emanu-EI President Again;
:rled!and Continues as Board Chairman

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officers, directors and trus-
i Temple Emanu-EI will be
special installation
- :r in1 temple on Friday
nning at 8:30 pin.
Irving I.chrman, spiritual
of Temple Emanu-EI. wili
i the -civile, and will speak
Sj nagogue and You."
Zvi Adler will chant the
.i stated by the Temple
man, Miami Beach
.< adi. will be installed a:
in. and Samuel Friedland,
' ot Temple Etnaiiu-
ain take office as chair-
tard.
I 'resident of the Mi
I each i ague for Progress, i.-
resident ot the Lincoln Road
and of the Wash,
1 ..tion. He came here
i and has been in the
business, principally
tor some 30 years. In
City, he had been a
clothing manufacturer.
le to lake office Friday
includes Mayer II. Frankel.
. M. Lip ton, Joseph M. Rose
i' Sirkin. honorary life
ml-. B. I. Binder, Dr. Stan
ehling, Charles Fruchtman.
I'earlman, honorary vice
'tits; .lack Carrier, Joseph
Judge Irving Cypon. Sam-
llalperin, A. J. Molasky,
Morton, Alexander Muss,
Popick. George J. Talianoff.
esidents.
Samuel l.ipton. treasurer:
Rott, secretary; Abe Green,
ial secretary; Jack Taylor,
te treasurer: Dr. Sherman
Ian, associate secretary: Dr.
i If Mechlowitz, recording
>: Joseph Hoffman. Marcus
lOkin, Herbert S. Shapiro.
. te financial secretaries.
i. "Miii Abramaon, <"ol.
' v Max Bauer, Herman
1 Blank, Sam Blai k,
' Oharnilnir, Judge Meyer I.
Arthur Dernier, I.e.. Klaeii-
'" J" i. .1. Falk, Raymond K.
1 Ida \liilln Feller, Morris
'""' Maurice ijaii-, Sydney < :^n>.
Life Insurance
affiliate Formed
Celebrating its 50th anniversary,
he Tobin and Tobin Insurance
fSency, Inc., has announced the
ormation of a new affiliate, the
fobin and Rice Life Insurance
h'ency. Inc.
"We have long desired to pro-
chnical assistance for servicing
_e hfe, group and health insur-
Pce needs of our clients," ex-
T'led teonard Tobin, chairman
1 the board of Tobin and Tobin,
and hy (he creation of our n,u
i nance affiliate, we have
one so."
lent of the new Tobin and
'<* Aurncy, Martin P. Rice, is a
"known figure in the Miami
ranee community, whose edit-
ion includes the University of
Ivania and graduate studies
fc-urope. Most recently, he was
I
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I
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SAMUEL fRiBDLANO
1 i:i i r\ Genet, Norman M. Glller, Ben
/,,..ll I ;. II -l.u I'U.
Also, I....i li iuw r, ; ibrlel lleat-
i. r. Suniuel Km/.. Itenjnmln it. Kin..
William Kllm Max Kolker, Harry
,.-- Mori i- land.in.-. I :i>. lit U-v
li.irrj A. I.ei >. Sam I.uliy Jr.,
;. l.> tion, i >.~.-ar Ma
Itai'on tie H rach Me> er. II ink Me.>< i.
n ii Mi i- eph Miller. II ii -
1} ,\li.I.-, n. I'i Im\ id V V tin Hi
IVrlnoy, Jacob Kills'.....vita ami Dr
Harold Rand,
Als .. I.i.- Rntner, I.. Robinson,
I'harleH Rosenblatt, JiiIIuh lioeeiisieln,
Raymond Rubin, Simon I" Rubin, Jns-
iph Ka< rag Schatsmun, Nathan
Schn :/. Mil I Sli .... ,1m .> Sllvvr-
i.i n. Ml i". Slrkin, Louis Sim
i i -1 Michael Tallies, Charles
. Raphael K. Yunes and Theo-
dore A Zullea.
Tin.-'.-. .- Joseph Ala-low, I'i -
mour I.. All, rmaii. Joseph M. Aver-
-I.- i- k N I Ial ad. I r
Hem > Blum, i' it. Milton It. Blum,
i'i.I. Dudle.i I) Brodie, I" Ixiuls A
: 111 m i. \ H 1 m
. hurcowsky, Jack Cooper, h-vlna Cow-
an, I'" llj M M Cutlei i mln Cy*
;ieti. Max l>l l>n nlc .-
. .iiai V E|n in Rollllld I .. I ill'-. In -
ni; I- .: I. I. H.I man I '. Km I. -1. .
ml, Main iee <:. l-'ui man. I'.. n
. ;. Illxti II, .--! i I old
B Hankol i. .Mar-hall
s. Harrin umi Daniel N'i al Hi
A! .- I ii Milton II Jai'obaou, s.....-
:i. I \ l\.i;an. .IiiIiii- Ki.-uin. l'.-ll>
Ipnls, '!'h.......i > Klpute,
koitan, M>-< Kolxlm, E3-
llaon ::. K.....:i. A!. I.. Loevutr, .Miii-i-y
I, Al\III Malnik, In- Meyei I:.
I" Donald M. Miehnofl Bi n
Moakowlts, Samuel Mui'.-.-n. Kilwaiil
i' Newman, Ben Novaok, AHieri K.
' laalp, Henry II. PenenanHky, I':
Paul iM'.tkin and Paul Pohak.
Alsi', SIdnej Raymond, Cluvrlen Roa-
engarten, .1 RoBoiu-trauch, Burned
Kmii. baymour Rubin, Louiv B. Rud-
niek. Harry r Samueln, Irvlna Hehul-
man. Benjamin s. Kbhwarti, Murraj
BchwarUman, Harold J. s.ai. Nu-
ilian Barota, [Javld Bhaplro, wathan
Sl,-ui't. la-njiiinin Siiurlini:. Milton
Milton Smith, Max Wulken, Ix'onanl
Tobin, i liar.id M. riif'-r. Marshall
i \\ oi. ami Leonard xuibert.
ok.
raqe supervisor for the Man-
wturers r,if insurance <
in Miami.
Weizmann Branch
Meeting Tuesday
Chaim Weizmann Branch of the
Labor Zionist Order will hold its
monthly meeting on Tuesday, 8
pin., in the auditorium of Wash-
ington Federal, 1133 Normandy
Dr., Miami Beach.
Aaron Katz and David Freed, co-
chairmen for the evenf, said that
Louis Lasavin. principal of the
David Pinski School, will be guest
speaker.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Okun. who
n "elnhrattn:; annivers-
ary, will be hj.->t>
Dr. Jack B. Vvoite, ot \i/2
Upa-iccKa Dive, will be a
coruinaloi of the 64th annual
meeting and educational
seminar of the Florida Op-
tometric Association on June
8 to 11 at Miami Beach, with
500 optometrists and their
iamilies attending. Dr. Wolfe
v/iil supervise the local com-
mittee in developing work-
shops and diricusnicn ses-
sions.
Seaboard Telis
Of Appointment
James L. Lewis, city passenger
agent lor the Seaboard Air Line |
Railroad in Miami since 1959. has
been appointed assistant general
passenger agent there effective
May 1, W. J. Ficht, general pass-
enger agent, has announced.
Lewis succeeds B. E. Blutnen-
steil, who is retiring after more
than 39 years of service with the
Seaboard.
A native of Maryland, Lewis be
Ran his railroad career in Wash
ington, D.C., in 1937. His military '
service in the U.S. Army between.
1941 and 1945 included 33 months
of duty with the Transportation
Corps in North Africa and Italy
As a civilian employee of the War
Department after the war. he
served two years as rail transporta-
tion officer in Berlin.
lie relurned to this country in
1947 to finish his education at the
University of Richmond, whore he
majored in business administra
tion.
Lewis joined the Seaboard as
ticket office clerk in Norfolk in
1951, and Ihe following year was
assigned as a passenger service
agent on the road's streamliners.
1!.' later held positions of increas-
tnportanoe prior to coming to
Miami in 1959.
With his wife and two children,
I vi- lives at 991 5 SM 215th St.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C -UB2
NOTICE OF SUIT
......1.All SAVIXllS BANK OP
THK i TI'V i 'I' \i:\\ I'OKK
1'lalnllff,
\ -
WILLIAM .Hi:i'll WENTZ,
el n v. al.
I li'lellllllllls. .,
V": Wir.l.lA.M JOWliWrEVENTS!
AM. VIlKilXiA -V.WIiNTZ.
IMS Will.
:n I" -\.-.....i sii pel
I ..-In 'I l "I' la.I..
V..n ai hi i. in notlfli d in..i i-
abovt< >'a|.iinn. .1 action l|in la-en Insti-
tuted aaiiiiiKt ..i! in ill. In u I Onurl
..f ii..- i-:i. \.-inii .iiiiiiiiai rii. uii ,,i
1'ii.ii.la in an.I U>t .('ai|^ i'.-;ii|i\ i
1-1. a in..i |-.;i'4i- il|".n 111.- lillloM -
iim .1.--. i.....I rral t,Hl|"-i n
I...i I. III... U .,itS.i>'l' I' l-AKHl
MANOjt. SEj'tiHS .-i\ ,
inw i" H" I'ldi.iMW' ".. I. ford i
In I'Ial I....... i il I .. .- I ol
i-ni.. .,i- rv .
Kin i In, ti>Ki lu-i m, ai, \ ,
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Miami, liai
I
AJC Committee Gees 'Back to School';
Mrs. FhikeSstein Ree!ected Group Prexy
l I | l: .11 p|i|, HnW 'I'd R
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inl M. : i |>r. Ill
Ken-
I Hi.....a r... -
S VVllttl II- III W \:
Dinner was highlighted by a re
view ol "Brief Course In Human
Relations" by Birnbaum. Mrs. Pin-
kelstein offered the president's
report.
Meyer Bass, newly-appointed di-
rector of the Greater Miami Chap-
ter, discussed "Today's Challenges:
An Agenda for Leadership."
Judge Harold 15. Spaet headed
the nominating committee. Ar-
rangements for the entire day's
activities were under the direction
of Mrs. Peritz Scheinberg. In
charge of decorations was Mrs.
George Graham.
; In Annual Mi etlng 'nill -
i||> Ill III II I. In. "
li nl' Jo
s.-lniii. r, Mi M> ron M. Bell
\ii- |... n. in I ni.-.-li'i an. Alfred Boaa,
Mi- Alvin
Mr- Morton It. Pell
A I .. 'I' '. Ml K.
: II I'i.ml. Ml I...' r> I'. Il I
I.-.in. M Rli huril i I irn an, Mrs.
i .'. \h- \\ miii ii .iia -i.-ii, Mr-. II II. i Mr li r
,1,1 K; | i,i -p. l( Kutssman.
VI i
|| \ '-:; I low I; >
Mrs. Itobi'rl I. Shaiilro, .Mi-.-. Ki
lei-
Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Jewish Committee went
"Rack lo School on Sundaj
spent the day on campus at the
University of Miami.
Mrs. Charles !l. Pinkelstein was
reelected president ol the chapter
at the unique annual meeting. Bar-
ton I'dell was chairman of the day.
substituting for William Glad-
stone.
Afternoon sessions under the
guidance of Max Birnbaum fol-
lowed an executive board morning
meeting in the Student Union Bids.
Birnbaum is director of educa-
tion and training for All's insti-
tute of Human Relations in New
York City. Assisting in small group
discussions were David B. Flee-
man, Robert I Shapiro. Mrs Leon-
ard Silvernian and Udell.
Other office rs elected were
David B. Fleeman, honorary pres
ident: Alfred Boas. Alvin Casses,
and Di Joseph li Narot, vice
presidents: Robert I. Shapiro, sec-
retary: Myron M. Behrman, fin-
ancial secretary; ft. W. Apte. treas-
ure i. and Ira K. Gogul, associate
treasurer.
i v.....i n l" Hi
maul il. II I'M .lul-
liin I. Ilia-. Mor
i,.un. i:ii". M I'.n.i. -. Mr* Varon
Karr, Ren K m A. I.......
an. r. Ur laiwai.l .1. VnX. Itlfllartl I.
an, Melvyn U Kruinkea.
vv lltlii 111 : '...... i" Morton
Hal;...... Mni'uliall 8. Harris, Melvln
:, on, -Mis l.alll'.'ln.- Hnfl
In. Seymoui Joffee, Gerald Katcher,
.Mr.-, .lam.- K. K.il/.maii. Siiln.-> l*-l -
eourt, I"' LouIh Ijeniberu. Koberl
Maclit, Kenneth M. Myere.
Richard A. Pailot. Mm. Jo* Row n-
LEGAL NOTICE
Olt
t u a r i e
GLASSBERG
JOSEPH, T'l. of l-"1 Alton ltd .ii.-.'
Apr. -- Ha came hare from l.lnden.
\ .1 L'l \,ai-- al.'> and \\a- a lllrni-
ber of POP Aaan Burvlvlng are id-
son RoiH-rt Qlaaabers, Union, N.J.,
anutrhier .Mrs. l-.-la Jacobaon of Mi-
ami MOM ami S a"-1- '.': '
Bervloee Wen h. Id Apr U at The
Rlverahle, 1*5(1 Normandj in ivlth
Interment In Mt. N.-bo Cemetery.
LOUIS. Harry J., formerly .. '\
VV .-l It. di.-d Apr. I'I in \'.-u II..p.
\'--\. man.
tannen. A.....', TO, ..f 1228 Weal
Ai died Apr -i Rlveroide
YOUNG. Gertrude, !''. ..f 702 i
di.-d hare. Rivi raid'
BLATT, Irving. 88, of 862S Colllna
died Apr. IB, s..iviia-.- In
-. \ Riven
katz, Lena, ""-. of 980 Bay i" died
Apr. 24. s. rvlce* In Brookl) n Gor-
il
RAPF, I.ii.u.'l. :..'.. ot 241" l.ini-'iln
\ died Apr 28 I lordo
ISAACS. THIle, It, of 1747 Colllni
: N.-u
rh Rlveralde.
poi i r\ru i; -,.i \\ 7-' ,.t i-"-
Jam.-.- > a d Apr R
STAHl-KIVIAN. jacofa '.'. I I.'.- jei-
n Aw. die I Anr 'Ji Rlveralde.
tav'.in, Harr N-
'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTK'K is iii-:i:i.i:v H1VKN thai
to n-a : m
n II II" fll lltlotl* na..... ..I
THK SIM OIlGANIXATItiN al Snip
Ol, III." N K. 123th Sli. ,-l. \..i Hi
Miami. Mi rldu Intend to recixti r raid
nan,, with the <'I.-rk of tin Clroull
a of I'i.I.- County, Pl'.rida.
HKRNAItn s. Hi iNIGK.lt
Tin >MAS K. IRKLiANll
MVKKS. KAI'l.AN A PORTKR
Attorneys for Reirlatranta
11'... s.W. 1st Street
Mi..nil, l-'li.n.ia
I 19 ". 8-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 68C 4380
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
A Mi i.Mo (it ll.lddl.M' UINARD,
Plaintiff,
\.-.
ni.iA maria ni: l.-'s A\ni:i.i:s
Mi -Si Kit. > de G1NARD,
I l.-IYllllalil.
'II >:
.1 I I.IA MA KI A PR I.. ..- AN. IBLB8
Mi (NTHRi de <;i.\ai:i>
Calle l"" No. 8801 entre 80 S u
Mai lanao
I lavana, I'utia
vor ARK HRRBBT notified thai
i i 'i.mpiainl f..r I >i v. -r. lias I.. i
filed aK-Hn.s' you, and yi u art hereby
required :i serve a copy of youi
swer to the Complaint .>n the Plain-
rney. t.Ksrr.i: Rtx
whose address i- M9 N w 14th Strei i.
Florida, and file I
of the Answer In the office of the
Clerk of the Eleventh Judl
In and fi r I lade i 'ount) Ploi I
or before the Isl d June, 1968,
of whlel i -i "i-Mipiani ill
.i onfi i>> you
a this 25th dn of A'.i c, i!<6ti.
0 B, I..I-. IAN
of ih. Circuit t'nurt
Bj 'v M I VMAN
1 H p it.
I 19 5.0-13-20
NOTICE DY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC:AL CIRCUIT O"
FLORIDA IN ANiD FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHAMCEBV.
No. 6CC 4415
suit foh divorce
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Florida, Hi., 2Sth da) ol Ainii. |. |>.
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I.IA BY, .iii:i.-iii.. i.i.v i:\- f|JI.\
,v SIRK l.\
Attorm-,1 li.r I'lulnlli'r
71 Aln li > Uuildinu
Miami, l-.-nida ::::!.:.'
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\' ITICK IS HKRKIIV IM\ K.N tl
the undei sifltm d, denlriiia; to enKnt
-s under Hi.- t'i.-ilii'.a- iu.......f
-i i:,:i:si : i ;.x-i i:i:i'i:isks m
.\ >\ .. ,-.-.. Miami FllH Ida I I
-- r -aid nu I',, will tl 'lerk
.,i i he 'Ircult < 'ourt ul i'...;, i!
Florida
s\ in i si;
Sole i >v. n, i
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
eUEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. N CHANCERY
No. 66C 2863
NOTICE OF
ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS
IX RK Al 'I'TIi 'X i IF
DOROTHY XXX IIYNI'M
Tl Will 'M IT .MAX' i 'I IN" "BRN
PI.BASK TVKI-: Xn'i'ii'l.
umi. r* Petit lorn r \\ ill brli
in l.t- heard her I'etitlon for Ado
of Aduli in hi al iov e styled eaum
hearliiK before the in iNi IRAKI 10
BYRIl V DIKB, JuilK-e of thi i
Styled Court, In his Chambers at the
l>ad, Count) Courthouse, Miami,
Florida, on I the 20th da] ..f
Mas. 1966, a i 00 a \l ,.i as I '
thereafter us the same max t.- I
i'I.kask govkrn vuii:si:i.i' ac-
c'i >R1 'IX'ill.V
DATBD at Miami. Oade County,
Florida, on this 6th day ..r April, 19C6.
SARAH ALICE 1IKI.I,
l'i-t ii loner
FRANKLIN D, KRKI-T2SHR
Attorne} for Petitioner
1001 NW 7iii Street
Miami. Florida
Tele: 373-0842
4/1..-22-29 3'8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 7O310 C
In RK: Bsl it.- of
BOWARI GRI IBS
l.. sed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Paraona Hav-
ing Clalmi "i Demands AaaJnat Suld
l :-...'.
You are hereby notified ami required
t" preaen nj claims and demands
which you may have against tin
i ol EDWARD HKi'SS dei I
|..id.- County, Florida, to the
Count) Judges of Had. County, and
file ill" same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
uti s, In their offli In the i '
D i 'ounty, Florida,
within s,\ calendar months from the
Ume of the first publication her
inie dl be barred.
I >ated al Miami, I lorl la, Hi
daj ol Api l a i' 191
81DNKY 1: l ,1" M
V K N I
publication of thl> notloe on
day ol V.prll, 1966.
K. 'MM Id, ,\ Rl ., Il -
Attorneys lor Exi
420 l.tm-olii Road,
Miami Bi... h, Florida S8189
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^Jewish Floridian
Miami, Floiida. Friday, April 29, 1966
Section C
So. Shore Group
Reelects Gumenick
I Nathan S. Gumenick. civic lead-
er and owner of Southgate Towers,
was reelected for the fourth conse-
cutive term as president of the
, Washington Avenue-South Shore
Association.
Also reelected are Ray Redman,
executive vice president; Samuel
J. Halperin, Max Boderman, Carl
T. Hoffman, Joseph M. Rose. Jack
Stein, Newton H, Bollinger. vice
presidents; Marcus O. Sarokin.
treasurer; and Morris N. Broad.
secretary.
Elected to the board of gover-
nors are Max Boderman. Morris
N. Broad. Sophie Bronston. Clin-
ton Bur bridge, Baron de HJrsch
Meyer, Newton H. Bollinger. C. I).
Blackwcll, A. Lionel Bosem,
Chailes L. Clements Jr. Leo A.
Chaikin, David Diamond. Michael
Porte, Arthur Feigeles. Ronald L.
Fine. Nathan S. Gumenick. Samuel
.1 Halperin. Carl T. Hoffman. Hon.
Charles I". Hall. Walter Hartman.
Henry C. Holleman Jr.. Sy Ho
v. ard.
North Miami Beach Chapter, Women's Div-
ision. American Technion Society, was organ-
ized on Mar. 23 at the home of Mrs. Henry R.
Diamond. Names of the 24 members and slate
of officers of the new group were presented
to Mrs. Herman Leflert, national president,
Technion Women's Division. Also present 'left
to right) were Mrs. Marie Levy, national di-
rector of the Women's Division, who flew in
from New York for the occasion; Dr. Max A.
Lipschitz, Beth Torah Congregation; Mrs. Dia-
mond, chapter president; Rabbi Richard Mar-
covitz, of Beth Moshe Congregation; Mrs. Lef-
fert; and Mayor Arthur Snyder, of North Miami
Beach.
Eddie Canntor Group of Hadassah held its first Youth Aliyah
celebration with a recent luncheon at the Fontainebleau
Hotel. Mrs. Ben Abrams was presented with the first Ima
Mother) award. Looking on (left to right) are Mrs. Nat Barth,
president of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah; Mrs. Fred
Jonas, president of the Eddie Cantor Group; Mrs. Louis Kunian-
sky. chairman of the luncheon; Mrs. Abrams; Mrs. Jennie Gros-
singer; and Mrs. Harry Glass, officer of the Eddie Cantor
group. _____^_______
Abraham Wolfson (left), founder of the Spinoza Forum,
receives a Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association
Certificate of Commendation from Abraham Grunhut, vice
Jidenl of Washington Federal, the first such offered to "a
Citizen cr organization for public service to the community."
n in 1891. Dr. Wolfson helped organize the Spinoza Insti-
tute of America in New York City in 1932, simultaneously with
Hie publication of his book, "Spinoza, A Life of Reason." In
1935, he founded the Spinoza Forum here on Miami Beach.
The Forum now meet* weekly, Thursdays, 10 a.m.. at Wash-
ington Federal. 1234 Washington Ave.
U.S. Oil Firm Says
Tie to Israel Corp.
Will be Terminated
NEW YORK (JTA) Livings-
ton Oil Company, of Tulsa, Okla.,
announced here this week that an
agreement with Petrocana. Ltd.,
of Israel for participation in off-
shore drilling for oil had been
terminated
No reason for the termination
was given although a company
spokesman said that apparently
the agreed time period ended be-
fore something was worked out.
Israeli sources said that the
agreement collapsed because of
difference between officials of
Petrocana, which has leases on
more than 500,000 acres of off-
shore land in the Mediterranean,
and Livingston. Petrocana re-
portedly wanted the American
firm to start operations immedi-
ately but Livingston felt it
needed more on-shore research
before beginning the costly drill-
ing.
Petrocana which promised the
Israel Government it would start
drilling soon and had its leases
extended several times, indicated
that it would meet a July 1 dead-
line with new partners, it was re-
ported here. Petrocana chairman
Gordon Hirshhorn was reported as
saying "we will have our firsl well
spudded by mid-summer."
Wayne Swearingen, who suc-
ceeded Julius Livingston as pres-
ident, said Livingston wanted to
"stay in the picture, with or with-
out Petrocana, either off-shore or
on-shore." He indicated Livingston
i hoped to negotiate with the Israel
Government.
Hebrew U. Prexy
Says Financial
Collapse Possible
JERUSALEM (JTA) He-
brew University President Eliahu
Elath told the university's hoard
of governors this week that the
university's financial position had
never been so serious and that the
task of the governors was finding
means to avert the school's "fin-
ancial collapse."
The meeting was opened by
Judge Louis E. Levinthal of Phil-
adelphia, board chairman, who
called on the Israel Government to
chart overall policies on a long-
range basis. Special mention was
made of the proposed Harry Tru-
man Peace Center, which will be
erected at the university, as one
of the most important accomplish
ments of the university in recent
years.
The Hebrew University dedi-
cated its "Founders Wall," form-
ing part of the facade of the
administration building. Names
of contributors who gave $25,-
000 or more for the university
campus were inscripted on the
wall. Nathaniel Goldstein, of
New York, president of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University, told the gathering
that the wall would serve to
"unite men instead of separat-
ing" them.
Also dedicated by the university
was a chair in American history in
the name of the late James G. Mc-
Donald, the first American Ambas-
sador to Israel. Mr. McDonald's
widow was present at the cere-
monies, along with the present
United States Ambassador. Wal-
worth Barbour.
NATHAN GUMENICK
Also William H. Johnston,
John A Kotte, Morris Lerner
Marvin W. Lewis, A. L. Mail-
man, Albert Nash, D. Lee Po-
well, Claude A. Renshaw, Joseph
M. Rose, Leo Radoff, Ray Red-
man, Marcus O. Sarokin, Jack
Silverman, Frank Smathers Jr..
Milton Smith, Martin A. Smith
Jack Stein, Michael Sossin, Har-
ry Schack, Daniel Taradash, Mil-
ton Weiss, Sigmund Weintraub
Walter Waxman and Sy Yaeger.
Ray Redman and Associates was
retained as public relations con-
sultants.
The association, chartered as j
property owners' organization \v
1939, spearheads the moderniza
tion of the South Shore area south
of Dade Blvd. to Government Cut
bordered by the ocean and the bay
Composed of civic and business
leaders active in the area, the
parent organization of property
owners is combined with two divi-
sions, the hotels. Miami Beach
South Shore Hotel Association, and
the merchants. Washington Ave-
nue-South Shore Merchants' Asso-
ciation.
"Primary project for the com-
ing year is the parkway for Fifth
| St., a widened, beautified South
Shore gateway to Miami Beach at
Mac-Arthur Causeway entrance
from the bay to the ocean and the
redevelopment of surround-
ing areas," Gumenick said.
Club Holds Memorial
New American Jewish Social
Club held a Memorial Academy to
honor the heroes of the Warsaw
Ghetto uprising on Sunday. 8 p.m.,
at Beth El. 500 SW 17th Ave.
Russian Jewish
Poet Released
From Jail Term
LONDON (JTA) Joseph
Brodsky. the Russian Jewish poet
who was jailed five years ago as a
"work-shy parasite." has been
freed, according to reports this
week from Moscow. The 25-year-
old poet was jailed after he wrote
poems critical of Soviet life.
Disclosure of his sentencing
touched off repeated protests from
writers and intellectuals in the
West. It was believed that his re-
lease was connected with efforts
being made to free Yuli Daniel and
Andreve' Sinyavsky. two other
Soviet authors who were recently
sentenced to long prison terms for
smuggling their manuscripts out
of the Soviet Union which were
published in London. Paris and
New York.
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall installs Isidore Schwartz (left) lor
his 15th term as president of the Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Loan Association at a recent banquet here.


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*Jewist fhridian
Page 3-C
Farbstein Will
Seek Verification
Of Egyptian View
State Dept. Says Rusk Won't Visit ,
Cairo Following Confab of Ministers
WASHINGTON (JTA) Re
presrntative Leonard Farbstein,
New York Democrat, and a mem-
ber of the House Foreign Affairs
Committee, said here he would
demand "concrete verification" of
Egypt's reported commitment not
to increase cotton acreage in the
1966-67 season. He made the state-
in connection with reports
thai the Nasser regime informed
the State Department that, in or-
. qualify for continued I'.S.
food ;ii production to allow for the grow-
ng of more food. The develop-
ment arose because of charges
, Egypt was trading cotton for
Soviet arms, with the United States
indirectly subsidizing such deals
bj filling Egypt's food shortages.
Farbstein said Nasser had in the
past violated similar agreements
i restrict cotton production and
ise loud production. The Con-:
-man said that an opportunity
,'or review of the Egyptian per-
formance will come with renewal
ol the United States food agree-
ment, which is subject to renege-1
r 7Z2 ZtL, ...[Florida Asthmatic Children's Foundation
he favored food for the hungry of
Egypt, "it is absurd to indirectly
subsidize the Egyptian capacity to
barter for Soviet arms, thus es-
WASHINGTON (JTA) State
Department spokesman Robert Mc-
Closkey said this week that Secre-
tary of State Dean Rusk will not
visit Cairo or any other point in :
the Near East later this month,
when he attends the ministerial'
conference of the Central Treaty
Organization in Turkey.
Reports in the press here said
earlier that Mr. Rusk is "und r
heavy pressure" from Israel to
visit Jerusalem, to counterbalance
any stop-over in Arab countries
following his stay in Turkey. The
State Department explained thiit
Mr. Rusk would not have time to
visit Cairo because of the pre SUI
of developments in Washingtol ,
especially regarding the Viet Na
crisis.
Left to right are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hochberg and Miami
Vice Mayor Stephen P. Clark as the vice mayor presents
Hochberg a Key to the City at the first annual Interfaith
Passover Seder of the Asthmatic Children's Foundation Res-
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lions would, if it actually took
place, have a salutory effect in the
region. He added, however, that i
he would request verification of j
the Egyptian agricultural per-
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.month period.
Albert Hochberg. president of
the Florida Foundation of the
Asthmatic Children's Foundation,
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establishing the philanthropic, non-
sectarian Residential Treatment
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Honor to Hochberg came at a
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H!STORiAN RECALLS BLACK DAY IN THE IIFE OF LEO FRANK
How Heat Heightened Floating Bias
Redio Pa^ci
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
recent book. "A Little Girl
i- Dead." by Harry Golden, con-
i up painful memories of the
.-e celebre that brought fear
and trepidation to the Jews of
r.a half a century ago. It was
rrible enough without the exag-
atior.s oi Harry Golden, who in-
timates that Jews fled from the
>:a*.e ;o c-scape a program, which
he alleges actually took place
While it is true that some Jews
were frightened, yet old residents
are quite ceta. that no incidents
occurred, in spite of the fury whip-
ped _p by the unscrupulous Tom
Watson, the talented demag gut
vrboae d i balmy April morning in
Jury Intimidated
lf-13. se\eral Atlanta detectives
came to the National Pencil Com-
I asked Leo M. Frank, the
. _er from Brook-
pan; ".hem to the
:- : a routine check-
up on the murder mystery of a
14-year-old whose body had been
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days earlier. That afternoon.
g an." a newspaper re-
centl; by the H-
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afternoon and ate dinner with his this tense critical moment, a man
wife and in-laws, i-nends came to of honor, of character, of nobil-
play Cards: while Frank talked to ;tv. acted to prevent a blot from
the visitor who did not play. About ^ajning the escutcheon of his
until seven in the morning, when Georgia, believing in Leo Franks ranicipant> -c
awakened bv a telephone call from innocence, commuted the hanging ml. f" uce I,]
the chief of the detectives. t0 a We sentence. This fearless mis'sioTonu"'
One might criticize a jury for act almost brought on the lynching Asher Katz. co-c!
condemning a person to death on of popular John M. Slaton. who sion on Jewish
ey.id.enc^-..a,..beSt,hlh!?;had received the highest vote of politan Council: i
_ .. man. chairman.
v.ere terrorized bv a mob or car- any Georgia governor
Civil War.
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doubtful
since the
ned away by the passion and hate
that sept over Atlanta, while un-
derstandable, is not justification
for a mifcarriage of justice. A
greater blame attaches to the
Georgia courts, which refused a
new trial demanded by the decent
Hetr co5
Tom Watson's monument may
stand prominently in front of the
State Capital; yd John M. Slaton.
who for conscience-sake virtually
. e an exile for several years,
remaining the outstanding heroic
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legislatures of Texas and Tennes- Georgia,
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HARRY SIMONHOff
iree from clowning
no lawless hoodlums. Even a
preach- among these re-
le hangmen. Neven -
ftei the authorities, they
Doubt of Guilt
Evidently, there was doubt as
the guilt oi Frank in the
Georgia courts which heard mo-
tions for a new trial Yet the ap-
pellate ju ng Rosan. al-
tion to stand. In
the L* S. Suprei
gri justici s. 0 Wendell
rles Evans
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secret
Illiterate s Testimony
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ibbed the sleeping pri
tr
For eight hours, they drove him
in a car to Marietta outside of At-
lanta and hanged him on a tree
near the dead girl's home. Yet
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again convicted r crime, ptr-
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14 years. Three different people al-
itged that Jim Conley confessed to
murdering Mary Phegan.
It seems unbelievable that the
law was
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It is heartening to read that
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these vigilantes, founders of the Jur>' disregarded the conduct of
resurrected Ku Klux Klan. were ,he accused on the day of the mur-
------------------------------------------------- der. According to Conley's testi-
mony. Mary Phegan was killed in
the factory basement about noon.
Shortly after 12 p.m.. Frank board- \
ed a street car and reached his
home about 12:20. He sat down to j
lunch with his wife and her moth-j
er. and they soon rushed off to.
the opera matinee. He finished
eating with his father-in-law. who
came later and then got on an-
other car which was halted by the]
passing Confederate parade.
Thinning Line of Grey
During the delay. Frank chatted
with a Mr. Strauss and. after one
o'clock, reached the factory which
was closed to business. He wrote
a letter to his uncle in Brooklyn,
also a Confederate veteran, com-
menting on the annual parade with
the thinning line of grey uniforms
that was getting shorter each year.
After the letter, he concentrated
on the weekly financial report to
his uncle, the chief stocVholder
m the company. The intricate.
itemized statement showed a com-
prehensive account of profits and
losses for that week. On comple-
tion, he went home in the late

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U Thacif Invited to MicScKe East
NEW YORK iJTA) Prime
Ministers of four Mi I
count] invited United Na-
tions Secretary-General I Than)
to visit the Middle Ea I ostei
in connection with budgetarj
lems of the United Nations Relief
and Works Agency, a World-Tele-<
gram and Sun correspondent re-
ported this week from Bierut,
Lebanon.
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if the Secretarj Gem
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has been expresse :
n Beirut that
id in breaking th d<
in the Middle East
ins from the Prime
were extended on a "persona
it" basis, the correspondent re-
ported.
NOW WE CAN ALL
GO FULL SPEED AHEAD!
FOR GOVERNMENT
OF THE PEOPLE
members of the Cedars ci Lebanon Auxiliary turn over
k tor S7.000 to hospital admi S. K. Bronstein,
'ntensive Care Unit in the name of the
:Tc boosted the total iaised by the women to
3.CO0 and represents proceeds deriv9d from the
' Shop operated and staffed by volunteers. Left to
re Mrs. Leo Berman, President Mis. Doran Zinner, and
hewn with Bronstein.
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Friday' April 29.1966
i
Examining the results oi a successful meeting of residents of
3elle Isle in Miami Beach for the Combined Jewish Appeal
are ".eft to right' Arthur S. Rosichcn, executive director of
he Grecter Miami Jewish Federation and principal speaker
at a Sunday meeting at Belle Plazc; Pcul R. Gordon, Belle
?lcza committee leader; William Agranove, meeting chairman
and chairman for Terrace Towers; and Ben Roman, commit-
ee member.
Peking Radio Repudiates Arab Attack
On Soviet Stand in the Middle East
WASHINGTON Hack Israel and re- Ru*sfa was guilty of duplicity on
- | Iran-Chinese solidarity, the
Id :_ radio suddenly came out
is *ee* with broadcasts repodi-
a publication in Arab Ian-
-sued in Peking, in which
Soviet Union was denounced
a- responsible for tnc creation of
The publicati I an intxo-
by th< Palestine Libera-
t n Organization However, in
to Ratiid
S >! id Jarbu. the head of the PLO
Peking, the China radio
il that the Peking PLO office
Me for the anti-Soviet
[ion now being circulated
in thi \r world. The publication
i rri qu tations b> various Sov-
iet i in 1947-49 pporl
lewi ations in P. -
irtition plan.
od.
Peking Radio now claims that
ne publication is "sheer forg-
ery" meant to sp'it anti-Israel
forces. "The Chinese Govern-
ment and people have always
jpportad the just struggles of
ie peoples of Palestine anj the
Arab countries," the Peking
oadcase said. "By their anti-
oerialist struggles the (Arab)
peoples of Palestine and the
Arao countries have in turn sup-
ported the Chinese people. We
re deeoly convinced that no one
can sabotage the just, anti-im-
perialist struggle of the Palestin-
ian and all other Arab peoples.
The militant friendship between
the Chinese and Arab peoples
can in no way be impaired."
peared in Wi that
issued the
ti-Soviet Arab propaganda
PLO and then Tepu-
it to a\ >\d responsibility.
The ,. line in
; \..ib world that Peking was
the Palestine issue.
This bid for favor among Arab
extremists came at a lime when
the new Syrian regime indicated
a marked response toward China's
call for a "war of national libera-
tion" against Israel by the Arab
masse-
Jordan Attempts
To Bar Raids
rDON iJTA Jordan
autto I Arab
caches to prevent
raid- srael, Beirut dis
rted here thi< week
Jordan <* i said to fear Israeli re
prisals and possible political up-
heaval.
There was no confirmation of
the reports which said that those
arrested in Jordan were members
of the Communist Party and the
Palestine Liberation Organization.
The Beirut dispatches said
Jordanian Government censors
prevented news agencies from
reporting the arrests from Am-
man. One report said that those
arrested were engaged in secret
commando training for new ter-
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In Israel, officials blamed El
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which caused only minor damage
to a water pumping station at a
settlement not far from the Jor-
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*, k Paqe 7-C
Candidates Ready for Primary Here
randidates in local and statewl le races were readying this week
', the Democratic primary next Tuesday, May :>.. Following is a partial
iM of those running for office:
Jerry Zeltzer
Jerry Zeltzer, Democratic candi-
late lor state legislature in Croup
:i. this week called for "establish-
mnt of a four-year state university
n Dade County and opposition to |
any tax on medicine or groceries."
The University of Miami Law-
School graduate, a practicing Dade
"ounty attorney for 10 years, also
called for expanded health and
educational facilities for all Dade
senior citizens."
He proposed "construction of a
nental health clinic here," and'
called for "improved health facil-'
ities for mentally-retarded and i
physically-handicapped cMldren."
Zeltzer also endorsed "annual
Vgislative sessions, a fair minimum
wage for Florida's working people,
an effective and modern mass
Transportation system for Dade
'ounty and creation of a Dade
'ounty state park."
William Lehman
William l.ehman, who began
caching in Dade County public
schools three years ago to rein-
his first-hand knowledge "I
he local school system, this week
I up his campaign for elec-
lo Ihe school board from
i
l ehman attained bis Florida
- < ( i ificate in Kngli- h
secondary schools in in."><>.
23 years after gradi
honors from the University
Alabama School imercc.
IU' established his used car I usi
ss in Miami and 1938 and ex-
'l to the operation of the
resent three lots in I!I47 He is
lenl of the Muscular Dystro-
hj Society of South Florida.
Scott Kelly
al re -nils of the Floi ida
ni erslty ubernatorial pol!
veek heightened optimism in
i" State Sen. Scot) Kelly,
rid candidate for gov< or
.). :. in..'ic primary, accord-
' i the candidate s upportei -
Kellj supporters stated that
Kelly is rapidly becoming the
is candidate with his stand
r quality education for Ml Flor
liai ."
Another big boost for Kelly, say
is supporters, came in his- en-
orsement by Fred Karl, mi ioi
ontender for governor in 1964
nd strong advocate of improved
' ducat ion in the stale.
Miami Reach Councilman Joseph
Malek heads the Kelly campaign
there.
Judge Martin P. Shachat
Knclorsements by both Miami
.lily newspapers this week high-
lighted the campaign of Judge
Martin P. Shachat, candidate for
Civil Court of Record in Group 3.
-Now completing service as small
claims court .judge. Shachat has
been active in the Jewish War
Veterans, Jaycees and numerous
nhr civic and religious organ
Izations.
After being a director of Ihe
Miami Beach Junior Chamber of'
Commerce, his supporters declare!
"he helped to found and was a i
charter member of the North Mi-
ami Beach Junior Chamber" He
served four years as North Miami
Beach Municipal Judge.
John A. Capri
John A. Capri, candidate for the
State House in Group 12, this week j
announced opposition to a four
per cent sales tax and any sales
tax on food or drugs. He also came
out against more tax on gasoline
and motor vehicles.
Capri, who earned his Masters
degree at Rutgers University, has
taught in Dade County Schools
since moving to Florida nine years
ago.
A Navy veteran of World War
II and the Korean War. Capri lav
ors "continued emphasis cm qual-
ity education, a streamlined con-
stitutional revision, fair tax struc-
ture throuj ii".it ilie state, a state
park for Hade Count} a local men-
ial hospil i1. severance la on n in
eral.. and more i ility to
i i
Judge Don Barmack
Foi i i ion Bai
didate foi Judge of the
ourt, Iroup 3, is thi
author1 ol ro ] amphlets hich
been incorporated into the
regular Public Safety Department
Training Manual.
lie also has lectured at regional
traffic se ninars al Yale University
and the University ol Florida.
B irmack is a member ol M ihi
Shrine Temple, Elks I od !e 1601,
National \ssocia1 on i E Defense
Attorneys in Criminal Cses, Flor
ida \ ociation of Criminal De-
fense Attorneys, and Pioneer
e 311 of the Masonic Order.
He i- a graduate ol the Uni-
versity of Miami Law School, a
\ it state attorney and
now practices law in .Miami Beach
Alex Gordon
Stepping up his campaign for
stale senator, Alex Gordon has an-
nounced formation of an organiza-
tion to aid him capture the District
4t> seal, covering Dade and Mon-
roe Counties.
Heading Gordon's campaign as
co-chairmen are Dade County
Mayor Chuck Hall and Judge Mai-
lory Ilorton, with accountant Rob
ert Morgan heading the finance
committee and investment coun-
selor Harvey Greyson as campaign
treasurer. Mrs. Madeline Ravlin
heads the women's division.
Additional members of the cam-
paign steering committee are
banker William Adler, Mrs. Claire]
Weintraub, advertising executive1
John ll Price, and realtor Ka>
Sterling. Mrs. Argie Reynolds is
campaign coordinator.
Gordon, who is vice mayor of i
Dade County, said. "With dedi-
cated people of this prominence
directing my campaign. I am sure'
that our efforts to provide positive
leadership for all residents of Dade
and .Monroe counties will be sue-1
cessful."
Main headquarters for the Gor-
don campaign are at 2004 Ponce
de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. Other
headquarters are in North Dade.
South Dade. Ilialeah. Miami Beach
and Monroe County.
Mayor Robert King High
Miami Mayor Robert King High,
with active organizations in each
of Florida's b'7 counties, this week
accelerated his intensive guberna-
torial bid.
High, campaigning on a shoe-
string for governor in 1964. gained
a runoff spot against (iov. Haydon
Burns in the Democratic primary,
and his supporters claim High -has
greatly improved his image
throughout the state since then "
The Miami candidate also wa
aided, his supporters state, bj an
oilier landslide victory in last
year's
til o .: n a
of the South I- Ioi la -
Bud 1 i( k inson in the firsi pi i
in 1964."
II: h repi ate I that "in-
i ::e in this i
lied for an aud I ol
the expei litures in Ihe Florida
s Pair Exhibit and de-
not politics; a severance tax: i
vision of Florida's constitutio I
state control of beach erosion
pollution; and mental health fai
ities in Dade County."'
l.ipsky. a fourth generatii i
Floridian, is a graduate ol Mil
High and Of the I'nivei ilj
Florida, v. here he earned BA ai I
Michael V l.ipsky. candidate for LLB d. ..ices
stale representative in Group 11. \ member of the t lilted Stal "
is running on a platform calling
"for road building based on need. Continued on Page IOC
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the -ubernatorial race.''
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" YnliK Dr. Isidor Mar-
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ph I! Lookstein, coordinator
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1 iolis, who has been cx-
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tionj I Council for Torah Education
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ih" Jewish educational field for a
quarter "i a century as teacher,
principal and administrator.
Noted in the field of Jewish
pedagogy as an author, editor
and lecturer, he holds the de-
grees of BA, LLB, MA and PhD
from New York University.
He has visited Israel on behalf
of the Mizrachi, National Educa-
tion < ommittee, making a thor-
ou h studj of the Israeli educa-
tional system.
the time Of the appointment
ol Di Margolis, the World Council
al announced that it will hold a
global conference next July in
Geneva, Switzerland, where the or-
ganizations' permanent structure
will be set up and a world wide
program of educational activities
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Friday April 29
Candidates Set for Primary
Continued from Page 7-C
\ iu'M'i\o. Lipsky i- a mem
her of the American Judicature
- Let} and of the American, Flor-
ida and Dade Bar Associations.
Paul Steinberg
Paul Steinberg, candidate for
state legislature in Group 20 in
the Democratic primary, this week
received the Mipport of Sam C
Stampleman. former chairman of
the board of the Gillette Razor
Co., and long-time Miami Beach
resident and civic leader.
Steinberg, an officer of the
Beach Jaycees and Young Demo
crats, emphasized that "my race
is county-wide'' as he campaigned
throughout Greater Miami.
His supporters noted that
Steinberg played a key role in
the sifce^^jJul Johnson-Humphrey
campaign in 1964." A Miami Beach
attorney." he"has been active in
more than a dozen community
service organizations.
Go. Haydon Burns
iutydon Burns, expressing
ihi u fair tax burden
i (in p owners ui
. ( urtfttMered full assessi
.
I hod le f l
c:
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> with I
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ea to the 1 I slat
for rax Re' i

Floi : it! tax
to s
i It's studies will
stai ountj and city
support its ftndli nd recom-
mendations on redistributio
the tax burden.' Burns asserted
. in near]} every campaign ad-
i.. si Bums stressed that "the real
estate tax problem occur- because
i law provides no oilier local
support for education "
Burns points out that "at the
state level the tax line has been
held during my administration,
and I will be hard to convince that
new taxes are necessary in 1967.''
"This." his supporters state, "is
braced by his unequivocal position
with regard to relief in taxes on
real estate, and his recognition of
education needs. In this latter con-
nection, the Governor this week
came out for a minimum S5.000
salary for teachers."

Bob Graham
Supporters of Bob Graham, can-
didate for state representative in
Group 16. this week stressed his
"unique preparation for public
service as an urban-rural repre-
sentative."'
Graham, co-developer of the
community of Miami Lakes, is :i
large scale dairj farmer and is a
ited attornej He
erv< as congressional
assist :' for l" S Rep i a
Fasci II in II
- Florida liaise
Sen. 1 B J -'i -
64 foi
.
Fl Ke;
ersitj ol
Florid;, and Hai ard La S<
m is the son of the late
R Graham, 1'; le G
from 1937
Fred Dickinson Jr.
troller Fred Dick-
nson Jr announced tha
share in the st.it,. i,
had reached a record S107.149.328
during 1965.
"A substantial growth is indi-
cated again this year, and I am
confident of continued increases
in all phases of state credit union
operations." said Dickinson, who
as State Comptroller issues char-
ters and supervises all activity of
the state's credit unions.
The record total of member
shares increased by 11.22 per cent
over 1964s total of S95.500.280.
The credit union membership
was up to 201.304. marking a 5.94
per cent increase. Dickinson
stated.
Judge Jack Turner
Judge Jack M. Turner spent a
busy week making speeches and
appearances ai'ound Dade County
and receiving several endorse-
ments along the way in his cam
paign for judge of the District
Court of Appeal.
On Sunday, he spoke at the
North Dade Democratic Club rally
held at the North Miami Beach
Auditorium, stressing the key fac-
tor in the campaign, "my 15 years
of judicial experience."
Thursday was Jack Turner Night
at the Surfside Civic Auditorium
He also appeared before the Miami
Beach Senior Citizens Assi
held at thi Hntel.
rurni
engagements before the Congrea
ol Senior Citizens at PBA Hall and
at the Miami Beach Legion Hall.
Lee Howard
Former Surfside Mayor Lee How
ard. aided by the endorsement of
Dade (.unity Mayor Chuck Hall,
this week campaigned from Home
stead to Ojus in quest of votes in
his bid for state representative,
group 7.
Howard won the endorsement of
Dade County's Political Action
Committee for Education (PACE)
and enlisted the support of a ma-
jority of the county's mayors, his
supporters announced.
An active leader for the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal in Surfside.
Howard has been cited as North
Dado's outstanding citizen by the
Jewish War Veterans of the
United States of America.
Head of his own public relations
and advertising agency in Miami
Beach for 14 years. Howard has
served for 10 years on the Surfside
council.
Sam Foor
Sam Foor. Democratic candidate
for governor, noted this week that
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vJ&Hisfi Bcrffdfgann
Primary Tuesday
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manj extra-currici
tied from Preceding Page
continue "my successful lor the larger counties so the leg- ticipant in
efforts in obtain Dades first state islature can concentrate on state programs.
P*: and a tour-year state uni matters, no local bills to be intro He entered the service as a 2nd
,' duced in the final 30 days of leg !.i in the U.S. Arim After being
ne became ,i senior islative sessions, thus
In
providing dischari d he v orl ed as -en ice
I
I

A
conn
cnip'
"nor
i' onlj candidate address-
nual convention of the
Education Association who
omise increased salaries
r-."
leclared he had made "no
lents in any statewide
n lor increased expend!-
i in Ii'nai B'rith and other
Ity affairs, Foor continued
zing his 'liltle people's
le" theme and called for
in government."
Judgs Jack Falk
Judge .lac!-. \ Falk, candidate
lor Circuit Court, was apprj
Committees ol the State Senate." corporation, which In- has built
into one ol the Sour, s lai
Judge Bernard Frank Olilsmoliile dealerships.
.Indue Bernard A, Prank, former "' 's president of Pincher L as-
ing Corp., and also is one ol the
=.ep. Lee Weissenborn
Da County's leading members
oi Florida House of Repre-
sents es were honored recentlv
by f
for U
died'
Mia
> K>.
en .
placi
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la ?i
li
2.00
bers
Ilic .-
lain.
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presentation of an award
r efforts in behalf of hun
1 youiiK college students at
I.adc Junior college.
Lee Weissenborn was gfv.
"Education Appreciation
College, and another will allow
Dade Count) (o implement free Dartner >n !l' law fir
kindergartens
Paul Baker
Paul Baker, assistant state attor
nej and chiei criminal prosecutoi
in Stale Attorney Richard Ger
stein's office for 10 years, this
week was endorsed bj both Miami
dailj newspapers tor Judge of the '" '' present Ciiminal Court scat vice mayor ol .Miami Beach, is
Criminal Court, Group .'). 'n '/"'" '>> "'e 'hen Gov. LeRoy candidate for the Florida Legisla- organizers and directors of the
Baker a captain in the United ""'"'" antl won reelection in lure in Group 11. A former Beach Boulevard National Bank of Miami.
States Army Reserve addressed VM'2 "' B l0,"'>'-il1' ,',|> municipal judge, he served 14 Fincher is the father of two
five PTA groups three B'nai B'rith Pres,*nl <>f 'he Downtown up. years on the Miami Beach City children. Harry West li. and Fran
meetings and a'dozen other civic ""'T' S^l '" l!88, Judge Fa,k Council- Fai"> 3 is *> W*Ve mepi-
organizations this month on "Sex wi ." a 7 '' lm,,|'s">' 0| Frank, active in B'nai B'rith and er <>f St. Patricks Church.
Criminals and the law Miami with honors. He earned his Beth Jacob, also is a member of He is former director of both
. .' ..... AB degree cum laude and his LLB Temple Beth Sholom. the Elks Business Divisions of the Miami
KoiK-it nioigan .Miami ( I A and degree magna cum laude. Moose and numerous other rclig- ancl Miami Beach Chambers of
communilj leader, this week Long active in Jewish commun- ious and service organizations. Commerce, and is a past president
joined the executive committee ity affairs. Judge Falk served for A graduate of the University of ,. mmm
for Bakers judge-ship bid. two years as Deputy Commissioner Miami, he served as both enlisted Continued on Page 13-C______
of the Florida Industrial Commis- man and officer in the U.S. Armv r-------__ 'I
Sion and was elected to the board during World War II. and is one | COMMERCIAL FRATERNAL
POLITICAL
is one 1 COMMERCIAL
Julius Seidner, deputy constable 0| directors ol the Dade Count) of the lew candidates born in Dade t
Counts
of District li for two years, and Bar Association in 195JI
at ceremonies'that "took slH'l''a' deputy constable for four Judge Falk is a major in the
the JFK Health Center -vl'al's- is ;l Democratic candidate United States Army Reserve and Rep. Dick Fincher
for constable. District :t. in the ls a '"""bat veteran of World War Dick Fincher. candidate for the
May :! primary. He is married, and the Falks Slate Senate in Group 47. was
A member of Temple Zion and nave fivt> children. horn September. 1927. in Roches-
the JWV, Seidner is active in the '", N V. He attended Culver Mil-
Lions, Young Democrats, PTA and Maurice Ferre itary Academy in Indiana. After |
Florida Peace Officers Association. Maurice Ferre. candidate for Culver, he attended and later grad- I
lie moved to Dade County 22 State Sen. in District 17. this week ua,ed from Cornell University with |
years ago. and was born and edu- continued to stress "my successful a BA degree.
cated in Newark. N.J. Seidner was business career which includes my While attending Cornell, he
a special police officer of the City tlln'ent tenure as president of maintained a high scholastic aver-
of Miami for six years and a mem- Maule Industries." aRe, as well as being an active par-
He
main campus of Florida's
unior college.
i presence of more than
iidenls and faculty mem
licit Parker, president of
lent Government organize-
. ave Weissenborn a hand-
aque for his work in intro
and passing the bill which
ossible S270.000 in yearlj
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form that includes 'annual ses-
sions of the State Legislature, a
strong Conflict of Interest Law and
a legislative reform study aimed at
establishment of a one-house Leg-
islature."
Ferre. a supporter of home role,
for other counties in addition to
iiip awards to more than
udents from all parts of|Der of tne -Naliollal Sheriffs Asso-
lorida. ciation.
eter Masico. Jr.. president
college, praised the law Sen- Robert Haverfield
id thanked him in behalf Sen. Robert Haverfield. candi-
lembers of the faculty and date for reelection to the Florida
body. Senate in District 13, is a former
enborn said 'This contin- chairman of the Dade County Com-
arly scholarship fund Ol mission and was a law partner of Dade. said establishment of a uni
M.i a quarter of a million the late Abe Aronovitz, former camera! body will greatly reduce
is made possible w.thout mayor <,f Miami. tho cost or government in Florida
it Of COSt to the taxpayers Sen. Haverfield. who is subject Platform planks also include: A
tunas are garnered from t countywide votes in both Dade new Constitution for Florida no
fs ,'-ct',:''!'N. "'"in ""' race and Monroe, is running in the Mav secret (executive) sessions of the
.33 Democratic primary on a plat- Florida Senate, more home rule
e next regular session of
ici.i legislature, Weissen
! he will ask that facilities,
. :i ti ii" nrar) basis, be iet
i!'"7 to insure the i
lion ol the man) thou-
Dade i o nt ans
ied t di
colic e educa in
these have
out that only by li\ ing at
... ord to
Weissenborn has been a
n the field of educa
orters assert. During his
in the legislature, the) say,
introduced many hills
have improved education in
mnty. Among the bills, one
'vide S270.000 in scholar
ney for Miami Dade Junior
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AGUDAfH AJiJIM. l.c-i-.-My hv.l,
6305 Collins A^e. Orthodox.
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V. .. I II
103 sii\
AHAVAT .S H A-L O V CONGREGA-
TION. SM^SW^rtri *t Ooitnosox.
C.iuor H'erio* Barr.
AOUDAfrt ISRAEL 7801 Cariyle Axe.
0'tht5W>>r? rtafioi Isaac Ever
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. rti onr I'nlvr ii ,\. kmn) PI
fur the Ml'iaj nin.r it -uMm-mNniii -* cnoaMauMxauaaaiai
KldiMsh JecUiCr- on "Thi I !
F.,-ni*i> I Min, lui K ." vii
_,^-,-i------ I Ave. C>n$ervative. Cantor Saul H.
ANSHESSflfeS. 2531 SU* Uth Ave. 3reeh
Conservative. Emanuel Kusheiwitz. ____ m ____
!!Ml Mil II'
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CANDLELiSHTlNG TIME
9 Iyar 6:34 p.m.
4>
pres
1ETM TFILAH. Hi Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Jos.'Dh E. Rackovsky.
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave Con.
.ervaajaaj-aggaan Sol Landau Cantor TH TORAH. 16-Hh St. and NE lltll
William w. LiDton. Ave. Conservative R^h", Mix Lip
Frid *4f\ an/l > ',." im Xluli I: tu- tehita. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
.: iiHiUmiIi S.- mitl I Irani TMil p, | .,..1 ;. ,, m. .-.
lnaf||MMM< M:, ,in Huberje i *r, jrwii-h Concep; >r i Uvl g Uou.-
-! ~ : ; lav l.'i Bai
Turin Lwaon IU M
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ?. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi So.onion Schitt
- n Mrs I ilah Teltnei .
of Mr. nnd M Rub pi
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BcTH JACiHr" Washington Ave
Or th : Pitt. Snman I
Sv.ir<*> Cantor lurice Mamches.
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BETH KOOESt,. ''-1 SW 12th ve.
Modirn Traditional. F.a.-:- Max
Shapiro. Cant r Benjamin Ben-s,,.
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W.il

BE"H MOSHE CONGREGATION
".130 W. D>if Hwy, Conservative
Rabbi Richard '- Cantor
Se/mour Hinkes.

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J \l RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabb, Harold Richter.
C Jack Let n

5UBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF ML
i?47 V).....I -" Ortho
do*. R.ibbi Dov Roreneweig.
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"T ..^OCiDnit bV.ANU-EL ;'"
S And -v.s Ave Reform Rabbi
SLevitOfl intor Jerome
it.

FT. LAUOEROALi A. BH C t N
TER. 54" E. Oa. and -' k Blvd
Jack L Vo-;-s. cantor.

-LACTK GRANADA SO NW 51st
P Sonaervative David Ros-
ent- -i Cantor Gjcrje Go'dbarg.
i
Johnson St. Conaervat'va Rabbi
Davii Shap > Cant r > en idah
.......1.. n.

HOMES*E*D JEWISH CENTER. 8th
St Homestead C jne-. ativc

ISRAELI"! LliNTER --'"5
St. Conservative, Rabbi Avrom L.
L Drann. Cantoi Louis Cohen.

JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
S NAGOCUK. 1632 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Samuel Vigoda.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abiahjm Se'f.
. .,. dil '.
w vv 11- -: v ur ii,
Mlneha |i.m
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LUBAVITCHER M NYAN. 800 Wash
ington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abra-
ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field.

MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION
4Y37 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional
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OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber-
man.
Sal

SEPHARDiC JEW Sh CENTER. 645
Co1 '"s Av-r. Rev Cantor Sad, Nah
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a>\ LAKE SYNAGOGUE I8!S1
*,ve Orthodox, Rabbi Jonan
E Cap..
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HALLANO^LE CENTER.
t ) E. Bt.i;" 3vo. Rev. Pa.,1
De..;sch.

HEBREW ACAOE-.-v 2400 Plnatrae
Dr Orthodox. R,.~ Alexander S.
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BETH RAPh-
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE S>NAI, 1201
HEBREW LESSON
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1888 r::-: N.r-' r::x
t v t: t i : *
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Tinean nsyia sr r.ic'rnnn
nx -icn'7 tn?9 "r"-"'^
nny^ nj11 's^'jran pinn
ni'is ix nrtjntr n1*3H
t: ;: t:
']oo rilKtian .ni-inx
.nn^2 ix ^xt:-"1?
lEcri 1936 r?^ *]1o is;
-^x-itrn *sn "jsi onsan
P"o nx-aa nayan nx a.
.nrx paa"? n9-iaa
D"")s*a isiDa -To saaa*
t : t : :
HQ31? n*n n^-x ^an n'px
t t : t t r : -.
ivrrrino vthqfta teTi ,p00
f : : i t :
t : :
The Arab Boycott
The Arab States have not recon-
ciled themselves to the existence i
of the new State of Israel.
They declare that they are still j
at war with Israel They conduct!
an economic blockade and boycott
against Israel in various ways.
The maintenance of pressure
on commercial firms in various
countries in order to prevent them
from maintaining economic ties
with Israel
The drawing up of a 'black
is) of companies and institutions
which have connections with Israel
and of ships which have anchored
in Israeli ports,
In addition Mo this), Egypt Im-
poses a sea blockade on Israel.
The Treaty of Constantinople ofi
rii s ss a "-
(-"1 aaV M l-i Dl
T -
nla-V^a. pt'x anxr niina
t t-; i : v T "
.'ps-itr-
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nixsai |n "a nlrnaa ]n
t t : t : '-----:
Dim -rixa ni'rqja ]7\ .VHritfi
.nirtor
fa -inpa n^j? "?a rw^a
.any nis-ix'p ^x-itr
niian "? fn1? urp_
na niiii7 nlrra? nr'pa'pa
D'l^R a'P-1?? ]rilK yiaa^
.^xir Di7 Q*VaVa
t : t : -
-mintf na^-i- ny^ap
t : t : :
D'-xan niioia1?! niian1?
'niTK1?! ^x-icr ay ntfpa
i: T : t : v' v :
1888 confers the right of free pas-
sage through the Suez Canal to
ships of all the countries of the
world. But despite the decisions of
the Security Council, Egypt con-
tinues to violate the international
law and prevents the passage of
Israeli ships or of other ships car-
rying cargo to Israel or from it.
Until the end of 1956. the Egyp-
tians barred the IsraeliTleet from
passage also through the Straits of
Than, at the entrance to the Gulf
of Eilat.
During the Sinai Campaign, these
were forced open, and the
Port of Filat has become a bustling
harbor through which Israeli goods
are shipped to the countries ol
Asia and Africa.
Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit

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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB
ath Ave.. Hia'eati. Consa -,- ve
Rabbi Maurice Klein.

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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative Rabbi Maxvveil 3er
oer. Cantor Ben Dickson.
Pi i ., v I ; Sermoi \\ .
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Sermon: 'ortli i. ui '' W
TEMPLE ADATH VESHLRUN Con
lervative, 1026 NE -3. I si .'ami
Oardem Rd Rabb' Sa"-uei R. Stone
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Dr., So. Miami. Keform Rauoi
r-erben Do..- lard Cantor M cnaei
Kyrr.
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j .. a. Conservative
R',. t Cd ntor Er
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Ave. Liberal. Raobi Leon Krcnsn
Cantor David Conv.itr.
Pi May S
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 N v\
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
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TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8ti,
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Z.
Glixman.
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TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
Friday 8:50 p.m. Sermon "The Syna-
gogue and toil," Templ officer* "ill
be Installed. Saturday > inon:
'Weeklj Portion of the Hible. Bai
Mitrvah: Mamhall, Ron ol .M i i
Mrs. Ralph \\ e shard 10:30 ., m .1 in-
ition,
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Raboi
Joseph R. Narot.
Pi Iday B:1j p m Annual I e n I >,
Sabbath Quest speaker, Lee C White,
, ha I man of the FVdi i oni-
mlssion, .IiiiIk-- Harold B >;
mart, Templi Israel Lan I'.. i 'oinmli -
nd leaders ol In I .,,!. I "ouni
Bench and Bar will participate In .-;>-
, ;.ii service written b> Rabbi Narot.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR.
3500 SW 69th Way. Conservative.
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morns Kip-
per.
Friday 8:15 p.m torn..... ".\u Favor-
ite Bible Stories Pit! II."
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 7oth St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
Friday vi5 p.m Sermon: i Will
Barely Oo With Tail." Kesri) ejected
Sisterhood officer! and board of i i -
'"i- will I.......i.....ated Saturday :
a.m. Bar Mltsvah: David, son of Rabbi
and Mrs Mayer Abrninowlti
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TEMPLE NER TAMIL). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Laboviti. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
- '' "I ... in Bar Mitavah Ri I
Stuart, i -n ,.t Mi- Sane) Frank and
l Ben Tolbei La arence, non of Mi -
I Martha Golden
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April.

I- Israi
Moi il
ill Mix Will-
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary office -820 NE 164th St
Reform. Raobi Daniel M Lowy.
Cantor Chet Gale.

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Consei .
Wernick.
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YOU NO ISR AC
Orthodox. R.bbi Sharwi",^*'
VOUNO ISRAEL Tc mi..,,
TEMPLE ZION 8000 Miller Rd. Con. tali Porush
Synopsis of the Torah Portion
KEDOSHIM
AHARE MOT The lli^h Priest on the Daj il Atonement
chooses by lot a soat and scapegoat.
And Aaron shall cast lots upon the two goats one lot for
the Lord, and the other lot for Azazel" (Lev 16 B
AHARE MOT After the death of Aaron Qja
said to Moses: "Speak unto Aaron thy brother, thai he come r.M
at all times Into the Holy place within the veil
r which is upon 11.- art that he die nol ;ir ln
th- cloud upon ll Le\ 16 2 i >i
Atonement, "the -<" ?nth
enter the Holy of Hoi me, to
: r the hoi> uncleam
[si ael."
OSHIM s the
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"Ye
in weigl t. or i ar.ces
Lev. 19 S-36
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Sher jold, and r:^ /olui e is i. lilabla at 27
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
'Kedusha' is Central to the Jewish View
Of the Holiness of the Divine Domain
By RABBI EMANUEL EISENBERG
Temple Beth Sholom
Lake Worth, Fla.


Rabbi fisenberf
On* of the central words in the
Hebrew language and the Jewish
religion is "Kedusha," which
means iloli-
ness." God is
holy. The poo
pie of Israel is
a Kingdom of
Priests and a
holy people We
sanctify the
Sabbath with
the Kiddush.
We say the
prayer, Kaddish,
in our first year
of mourning
Though holi
: ness is a com-
mon I y used
word in both re-
ligious literature and prayers, it is.
at the same time, the most mis-
construed and misunderstood con-
cept.
lesson in living
speaking to Moses and the children
of Israel, "You shall be holy, for
I the Lord your God am holy."
Too often, we associate holiness
with self-mortification, ascetism.
and separating ourselves from the
community at large This is not the
Jewish concept of holiness Be
holy unto God means, on the con
trary, to be part of societ} and
b shoulders with man in his
:y day asso ation with him
participating in communal
life, emerging from these experi-
ences with a sense of dignitj and
righteousness, then one .
sider himself Holy.
The rabbis question Ihe
for placing the on immora.
and licentious acts rishl next t
the Holiness Cod< This, the s
reply, was to t<
practical living, nely, that to
morality can always be ass,,,
with a lack of sanctity and >e
dignity. Any individual toa
withstand the : "3.1-
living and nol be Ii ersed ""
morality, such .. man may can
himself Hol) ?
Separation from l*H
In a word, we are holy not by
divorcing ourselves from mow
nnd hiding behind brick uaib. <
are holy not even lll
but rather as the Sidrah delink-
Do not oppress your neighbor
Do not withhold Ihe wage* M*
hired man d
Do not engage in slander and
gossip u.,,.
Do not take vengeance and bear
An^Srytheeh.ac.icpa--
of the concept of holiness.
thy neighbor as thyself- -
These are the ideal acts in n
dusha." not containing our hohn^
within the confines ol syna^
and temples, but to extend W
to the market place. dl,ih,:
The Hebre* word, ". ff
-neans Ittenlly X? ^m that
must separate oursehes iw h
which Kimmor:.:. Irom h- "
robs man of his <<;- '
rishta as a human beMI
0
requisites for
The first .- "Su; .
away from e-
requisite is Vse
good, to seek :


v April 29, 1966
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British Arsonists Ordered Released on Vow cf Re?e?ifa?ice
Results of combined meeting of Normandy Isles and Nor-
mandy Shores residents in behalf of the 1966 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal are discussed by (left to right) Byron J. Topol. co-
chairman of the CJA High-Rise and Residents Division; Dr.
Joseph R. Narot. guest speaker at the joint session and chair-
man of the CJA Synagoaue Division; and Harry Mizrach.
Miami Beach business and civic leader.
Primary Tuesday
Contniued from Page 11-C
at
the
, Eaton Foundation
ii> of Miami.
!! l- past chairman of the Mi
, harity Horse Show, and is
I of the Brain Trust Com-
Hire the Handicapped.
h he received the "Out-
Busini ssmen'a Award" in
- rormer ('resident of Miami
Dealers Associat
i mbi r of the Orange B
ti e
i;
n
Gio-'.'r.rd Wil'iams
. B o < ard W .
announced i
for I
; i i

trca
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Dade '
the 'Mi'. I
q iai tei 420
Rd., Miami Beach.
as presidi nl
Nal onal Bank of Bay Har
icrican Savings and Loan
ation of Miami Beach, and
Insurance Agency.
raduate of the University of
Miami. Broad is a member of the
I'M Century Club and a trustee of
UM Alumni Association. He i
also is a member of the Board of
Fellows of Mt. Sinai Hospital. Elks,
Navy League. B'nai B'rith and the
Hoy Scouts of America.
Sweet, long active in civic af-
fairs, is past president of the Mi-
ami Beach Bar Association. He is
a lormcr municipal judge of North
Bay Village. He serves on the
Charter Review Board for Miami
Beach and the Dade County Veter-1 i
ans Advisory' Board.
He also is a member of the Elks
and was Commander of the Amer-
ican Legion Post.
Master's degree from the Univer-
sity of Miami and is a past winner
of the National Freedoms Founda-
tion Award at Valley Forge.
A veteran of World War II. Taft
and his wife have been active in
community affairs He is a member
of the Governor's Committee oi
Youth and oart i pated in the Li*-
t1< White House Conference on
Education in 1957.
Taft sings with the Star of David
Cho'r and is past pn sident of the
\V< -l Mian i PT
ti
r o! ihe JWV.
.
'.
c for i
active lei the

I ounty.
LONDON tJTA) Four for-
mer members of the tiny Nation-!
Biisl Socialist Party, who pl< .
guilty to setting fires at London
synagogues, were ordered relea ed
this week by Judge A. Aarvold in
Old Bailey court. Judge Aarvold
ordered their release on grounds
that they had indicated they were
penitent and had promised to stop
their anti-Semitic activities.
The four were John Evans. 24.
David Thorne. 20, Michael Trow-
bridge, 23, and Raymond Hems-
worth, 18. Evans, Thorne and
Trowbridge pleaded guilty to
charges of maliciously setting fire
to the Brondesbury Synagogue
causing estimated damages of
E 120.000 IS336.000). Evans and
Hemsworth pleaded guilty to set-
B-G Offers Test
Of Russian Stand
LONDON (JTA) Israels
former Premier David Ben-Burion
said this week that the "acid test"
of Soviet readiness to end discrim-
ination against Russian Jews was
whether Russian Jews would be
permitted to be Jews in the same
way. for example, as residents of
South Georgia are permitted to be
Georgians.
He said another key test was
whether Russian Jews would be
permitted to go to Israel. Soviet
officials, he declared, should be
willing to allow such departures
because there was no Jewish Re-
public in the Soviet Union, since
cttemptl to ceate one had
failed.
form PremU r sai
: n
1

want
I
it t V
swatei syha-
ect, Gordon
Parker, was I u d innocent and
released.
Evans to'.d the court that he had
joined the Nat al Socialist group
in October 1064 but that he now
realized that its doctrines e i
"horribly wrong" and completely
against everything which was "re-
spectable and decent." The judge
told the defendants "you are young
men whose minds seem to have
been snared by a philosophy which
permits and even encourages the
burning down of holy and vener-
ated places. Having been so snared,
you were used by unscrupulous

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WASHINGTON Sen. George j
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MRS. nse HALPRIN
Mrs. Halprin
Named to Chair
Jewish Agency
By Special Report
Mrs. Rose L. Halprin. of New!
York, has been named chairman of'
the Jewish Agencj American Sec-,
Tion by the executive of the Jewish i
Asiiicy for Israel. She succeeds Dr. j
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Mrs Halprin has been a leader
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and a member of the Jewish
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- .< former national president of.
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She is also co-chairman of the
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Wometco Names
Bassett to Board
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Bassett also is chairman of the
board of the First National Bank
in Palm Beach. Fla.. director of
the General Development Cor-
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Bassett has been a member of
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NOTICE BY PUBL T.0N
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Qf
ELEVENTH JU DCM AL CMRCO
FLORIDA IN AND FOH iy
COUNTY. IN CHANCEH*.
NO. 66C ;47'.a
SUIT FOR DIVORCS
ALFRED lli-:.Nia II i**
Plaintiff
PATRICIA HAWKlXft
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N PAT11K1A lUtth
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKDY I5JVKN thai
deraiBjned, desii .-.i^. in
bunlnes iiii.i, i- iii. i, in ioua name of
MADOB SALBM K.W 29
Court, in thi fit) ol Mi.m I, Floi la,
Intends to n i .- nb
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t'ounty, Florida.
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das of Ai.rU, I96
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LEGAL NOTICE
[ ClnC.IT COURT OF THE
,H'TH .UOICIAL CIRCUIT IN
Inn FOR OADE COUNTY.
M%o". N CHANCERY
No. 66C 2863
NOTICE OF
,n0PTlON PROCEEDINGS
ADOPTION OF
,, n vXN IIYNCM
;;.'. it MAY CONCERN:
! vKK NOTICE Ihnl the
l-otltl.....' "i bring on
,\ ,| | i- Petition rr Adaption
. | hI.ovo styled cause rot
n,.. HONORABLE
. i,i'. Judge of Hi.- above
... in- Chambers m the
,i,'i Courthouse, Miami.
Pridny, tin- -i'tli day of
i a.m.. or ;is soon
Hi.- same may be heard.
.... : i>\ KKN YOURSELF ac-
Mlnml, Dade County,
. ,|,|. i;ili day ..f April. 1966
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Petitioner
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l.[ COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
A D FOB DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
\ ) 70343 A
h i.\ i/i HUMPHRIES,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
- mil Ml Person* Hav-
1 .llllinds AgS insi Saul
Ifled ml required
aims and demands
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i...r l MM im|i:i i:s
i..... County, Florida,
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nlt. County, Florida,
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DAYSHU
BY HENRY LEONARD
BETHELSHUL
SABBATH r-50
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LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engagi
In business under the fictitious name
..1 MIAMI SHORE8 PROFESSIONAL
BI'LDINU in 9301 N.E. 6th Ave.,
Miami Shores Intends to reglstei
said ii.iin,. with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
WILLIAM RAFKIND
Sale owner
iTTI.Kk & BFRONSON
A1i1.rn. i s for Applicant
612 Ailisl.y IJUIg., -Miami
4 S-1.-.-22-2S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65841-B
111 RE: Batata of
MARTHA P. TRU8HE1M
I'., eased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is harehj given that we
have fill .I the final Report and Pel 1-
tlon for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge as Co-Executors of the estate
of MARTHA P. TRCHHKIM, de-
ceased: and that on the imli day >>
M;ij 1966, "ill BPtilj I" the Honorable
1 'ounl.i Judges of I >ade 1 'oiiiil '. Flm
Ida, for appi oval ol sal 1 Final Report
and for distribution and final di>-
charee a- Co-Executors .! tin
i,i ih,. abo\e-nai.....1 decedeni Thlt
1 nil da; "i March, 1966.
KHVVIN R. TRCSHKIM
.11 illN SI ll.l IN HINT. JR.
ALLEN Ii STOLAR, ESQ., Attorney
L".'o TIM St., .Miami Ueai h, Fla
I 15-22 29 5 II
ATTENTI
ATTORNEY!
Jewisti fkridr&rr
solicits your legal nottcts,
W appreciate youf
patronage and guarantee
accurate servic* at legal
rates .
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
' ') HI 'MPHH1ES
Nil Htor
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- Miami, Fla,
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JUDGE'S COURT
-OR DADE COUNTY,
I'ROBATE
70310 C
IN THE COUNTY JUDGF S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65983-A
In i:i:
I.M I! \ X FKIItS'l KIN
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
KE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
DISCHARGE
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70387-C
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70484. A
In RE: Estate of
ABRAHAM WEINSTErN
I ned.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors nnd All Poison* llav- faeull
inn 1 'Inline or 1 > inandx At uinsi 1
1 .1 .
you are In reby notlfli d and 1
in .in> claimii nml dim nib
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ABRAHAM VVEINSTEIN di
. -. .1 late of I lade 'oum>. Fl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 3636
1:1 -SELL B. JONES,
Plaintiff.
MIX'.X'll.i >r JONES,
I .lain
ORDER TO APPEAR
Viii'. MINMl.oc .im.nes. >: rv-
Kalii Street, ponmouth, vlrglnl
1 equlred lo sei've a copy
swi to n Compli DIVoroi on
plaintiff's ail no.-. ULAl'ME M
llARN ES, 2il : 1 'aI imel P.ldg .
Fla., and fii tin Iglnnl In lb) 0 I
of the 1 'lerk '.1 this 1 'ourl on 01 :
; th da) of Ma y. 1K6< 1
pr 1'..ni. s'so -- ill be 1 ...
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I...t- .1 this ') \," 11, 1966.
K. R l,K.\ PHKRMAN, I
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR<
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 3472
SUIT FOR DIVORCt:
UARY E Ml I.IJNS,
CIRCL'T COURT OF THE
H JUOiCIAL CIRCUIT OF
3A IN AND FOR DADE
- NTS \ CHANCERY
66C 3581
111 RUH
CHEEK, el nx.
if. the CIRCUIT COURT OP" THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 3795
NOTICE OF DIVORCE
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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BKRNARO .< MANHI.KU
SAM! II. s SMITH
SMITH ,v M \M'i,i:i:
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SCSAN E MIT.L1NS,
. SCSAN I Ml I.I.INS
NOTICE UNDER
\ S| -, Ml'LLINS FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
S '; i'i: is ilEREI:i i;I\ i n thai
,. .t 1.1.... 1.. -
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.. Sll S FASHIONS 1
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. KWITNEY. Inn ml lo n -i--
u^Tirc a. .,. 1'-' Mian the 1 l'ail
'\oii_c OF SUIT
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HEEK, In- v-
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VORVVOOD FIFTH ,.""NI: .v Ni', "l:! ":':'';'' .' ^"I'Vi" v".....' Intenfli. lo reBlster suid nan.
} ,,\ 1 \\. la, this Isl da) ol April, A.l1. itii 11,, clerk ol the Circuit Court ol
" 1:1: i.r \ r 111:1:\iax. clerk,
1 lMule I '..inn (, Florida
(si all B) L. SNKEUKN
1'. puty 1 ierk
PAUL KWITNEY, ESQ.
Hllverateln, Kwltne) A Goudlsa
120 Lincoln Rd Miami Beach, Florida
At torn v) in: the Plaintiff
4/S-ir,-22-29
.,, utton PNEY. Inn ml lo n ni'U
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11 !. defaull "ill ... taken notice under
-------Iisl FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ill the Bill Complaint NOTICK IS HEREIN lilVEN thai
This notli shall !" published nni 1 ,., ., ,.. njuufi
'."Ii "l' b>r four conseciitl 1 ivcekn ,., 1,,,.,,., umier the rlctliloim iiami
in THE JEWISH FLORIOIAN, SIHS PI'll Ii S.W Nth s.
ii. Hi,

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WALTER B. LBBt l\\ IT/.. ESg
Fla.
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Book S3 al I'am
Ri i,is of I '..'i.
.. file a reaponsh .
- 1......plaint iili
iforesald Com 1. anil
. if upon plaintiff's
IN FINE. Dkde Fed-
. Miami, Florida 38131, nol
. '> 1 i. 1966, or a I lecree
pnresso tvll] i- entered against
* April u. 19J6,
E U LHJATHERMAN
ii',.'.', ,h'' Circuit Court
V'y MARQUEIUTB KENT
L Deputy Clerk
f.'N FINE
I Building
r Florida, 33131
1 16-23-86 .". 1:
HJ>.C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
om^,TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
:Y-i2.0R DADE COUNTY.
LORIDA. IN CHANCERY
riT,^No. 66C 3773
KVSE. 8V PUBLICATION
MAM RAPPAPORT,
Vs.
1.1 l.\B RAPPAPORT.
'"lain.
ft'fALDJNig RAPPAPORT
I'" ," ? ding Av. 1.....
f\ '" California
HEREB1 NOTIFIED to
Answer to the
r i. orce riled
HERN-
Mi 1.1,1- H
1 r Street, Mi-
ni. .
. th ibove
the hiii da
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JAMES s ELLIS
Sole 1 11. r
KKSM.KR, MASSKY ,v- BKCKERMAN
Atii.1 neys for Applli unl
19 H I more Wa) .
Coral tiables, Fla.
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE!
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66c 1808
(ir.AIiVS ANN COX
Plaintiff.
1:1 IBBY STEELES COX
11, I. 1,(lain
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: BOBBY UTBELES COX
Frostproof, Florida
Yon, BOBBY KTEELBS ''"X. nro
hereb) n .titled that a Bill ol C
plaint for I lvon e haa been filed
1 you, and you are required ni
nerve a copj of your Answer or Plead-
Ins to (he Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, .main noon-
MAN, 346 Seybold Bulldine, Miami,
Florida and file thi 01 lifln 1 \i
Pleading In tin- office of the i'iik of
the Circuit Jourt on or !. foi
16th day of May, 1966. If you fall to
do so, no'-in. ni by default "ill be
taken con for the 1 elli I di -
. .1 :n the Bill of 1 .-.- plainl
Thla nol Ii e shall be pub
.a, ii iveek for lo Ive wocka
in 'I'll:: JEW ISH I'.' iR 1-IAN.
I a 1 .\
th day of April, A 11


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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 66C 4015
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JANE PILLAR,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ANDREW PILLAR,
I '.|rinl:int.
n 1 VNDRBW I'll.I.ATI
2."i Morsnn Avenue
South Aini'..y, n,w jereey
You, ANDREW PILLAR, are here-
bj notified that a 1:111 of Complaint
for Divorce lias been riled against you,
and you are required to serve cops
of your Answer or 1'leadiiiK to tin-
Hill of Complain! on the Plaintiffs
attorneys, LEVEY, 1'HltlSTli:. LEV-
KNSTHLN & SIRK1N, 709 Ainsle)
BttlldlnR, Miami, Florida 38132 and fll.
the orlffinal Answer or Pleading In tlo
fii. ,.i th. i'i. rk of the Lin ull 1
befoi e 1 he 24th da) ol
If you fail to do so, ji.i.
M ill In taki 11 .r '
foi Mi- ,l .it the 1
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In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORIH I '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
' NI 1TI1 : HEREBY iHVI
.. : ii :
niler the fictitl -I ..."
. IT'S II.M1 ill W'i4 XW
1.1 Lo I name
of the I'll
ide I'ounty, Fl
1.1 I'HEIl u \\ 1: aii 11 1:1 -i iRI
In lid ill V M U I) VTHERFi iRD,
his wife
M \ssia ,\- BF-CKERMAN
rneyi lor ppllcunt*
1 llllt.....,. Way, Coral 1 lab
I 13-22
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 3563
HARRY si.Mo.Mlcil K .t al,
Plaintiffs.
VS.
BARNEY .1. COHEN, et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO; PAULINE MARCINIAK
11301 Largo Drive
S;o aliiiali. 1:. 0
and
CARLTON M MLODZIK
Resldi i" Cnknnwn
YOl! ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
suit has been filed in the above styled
court to foreclose that certain mort-
gage given b) SCNLIOHT HOMES,
INC. to II MlllY SIMON HOI 1
sam SIMONHOFF. dated June 21.
........1. il .Ii..... 21, I960 in 1 .1 i. ,.il
Records Rook 3121, at PaKe 196 of the
Public Rei ords ol I da Count) Flor-
ida, against the following describeil
|....|.oii\. lying and being In Dade
ri... Ida, to-wlt:
Lot 9, I'.!.- k I, RAINBOW QAR-
DENS, according t" the Plat
thereof, recorded in Plat Book 1
. c ... of the I 1 blli Iti cords
of Dade County, Flo
You red i" .- rvi 1 opy of
ir ai other pi. ndlng on th,
: CLAI'M
EICHBL, 1701 Congn
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CC
IN I DADE COUNTY,
FLO.l.DA IN ? hOBATE
No. 69945-C
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62214-C
In RE Eitate of
IIF.N.I VMIN Ki IFF

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DSCHARGE
X' ITII I.\ m\ .-11 11
hnvi Iti I Pel
r..r I lisn Unit Ion and I Inal 1 >l>
1 the estal
JAM1N Kl IFF, ill ceasi I and I'
th.. Hill Ma) I'"'.". 111 apii >
t,. the 11. .1 ounty Judi
[>adi Com 1, for nl>pi oy 1
i- in ,1 Ri port and for d
tii.n and final hai te .1- Kxe<
of the estatl "I III. al...v.'-nan., il .1- -
c-il. in. This ruli day of April. 1966.
SADIE KOFF
l.i it is- FINK
;Kt iRi IE OILBERT, Attoi ney
one Lincoln Road Building
.Miami Beach, Florida.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 66C 3477
MARIA DOLORES CARNICBRO,
Plaintiff,
RAFAEL CABALDON DE I.A RICA,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
(SUIT FOR DIVORCE)
To:
RAFAEL OA BALDON DE LE RICA,
Resldi in. Cnkmi n
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Complaint for Divorce has been
riled against you and you are hereby
required to serve a cop) "f your An-
swer t" the i omplalnt on plaintiff's
Attorney, Bernard
Floor, Dade Federal Building. Miami,
Florida 33131 and file the original
In the ifflce of the (''
before tl

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U.S. to Supply Jordan With Fighters
WASHINGTON (JTAI The
i
Department of State announced j
here tiiat the l'nited States!
has agreed to supply the Arab
state of Jordan with American
military jet aircraft. Official sour-
ces described the jets as supersonic
military planes of modern design.
and said the U.S. Air Force will
train Jordanian pilots and ground
crew personnel. A Department
spokesman described the transac-
tion as "consistent with our due
regard for area security." The text
if the spokesman > official state-
ment lollop
\\s the Department staled .>
Feb. 5. the L'nited Slates Goye.rn
men! has over the years provided
Jordan with limited amounts ot
irms to meet its defense require
ments. We can confirm that an
agreement has recently been
reached betwen the l'nited State.--
and Jordan, providing for Jordan-
ian purchase of a limited number
>f military jet aircraft for its air
defense system to replace older
models
"Just as we will continue to
refrain from being a principal
supplier of arms to the Near
East, so does it remain our pol-
icy not to discuss the specifics
of arms transactions as they
occur. Therefore, we are not in
a position to go into details of
the equipment sold in this case.
"Our sale to Jordan was made
both in light of Jordan's require-
ments and in accordance with our
policy of preventing instability
from developing in the Near Fast
It i- consistent with our due re-
gard for area security and our
general restraint as to the equip-
ment supplied
"We do not believe that this sale
will be a destabilizing factor or
contribute to imbalance in the
area. In this connection, we con
tinue to regret the massive Soviet
sales of arms to certain countries
Of the Near East which have in-
tensified the arms race in that
area, and we will continue to strive
for agreed limitations on arms
buildups there."
Meanwhile, the Government of
Israel, it was revealed in Jerus-
alem, intends to step up its efforts
for the acquisition of military
equipment in order to maintain
the balance of forces in the Middle
Synagogue Youth
Attend Confab
Some 500 delegates from 35 con
gregations in six southern states
attended the 15th annual conven-
tion of the United Synagogue
Youth held in Atlanta. Ga last
weekend.
Theme for the convention was
the "The 'You' in United Syna-
gogue Youth" during which the
youngsters discussed their personal
roles in the future of Jewish life
in America. There were special
.seminars led by educators, and
workshops involving organizational
activity.
Mark Bumm. of Temple Emanu
El. received the nomination for
president of the Southeast region
)f the United Synagogue Youth
Steven Weininger of Beth Torah
'ongregation. is outgoing pres-
ident
United Synagogue Youth is the
teen age organization of the United
Synagogue of America Rabbi Allen
! tor '>f the Southeast region
East, following the Washington an- Foreign Ministry. The statement
nouncement of a United States declared:
decision to supply military jet air-
craft to Jordan
A statement on the subject, re
portedly drafted at the highest
level, was issued here today by the
"The Government of Israel
notes the statements of the
United States Government on
Feb. S and Apr. 1, indicating its
desire to avoid the destabilizing
factors or the creation of arms
imbalance. The Government of
Israel will urgently pursue its
efforts to maintain the balance
and correct any imbalance that
may arise. The Government of
Israel is fully confident that it
Wi" be able^toTTl
fnd cope with Jny II
lemS ,hat .y 1*1
announced U.S. Sl|,*j
, lt understood tJ
can decis'<>n to suppiv ^
Jl't a'r,'l;"'lidnott1
* ," 'he Israel a
which knew of the
f""~ "' secure |he *

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