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

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

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fewilslli Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JMISH WEEKLY
Number 18
Miami, Florida, Friday. May 6, 1966
Two Sections Price 20 t
nauer Arrives in Israel for Visit

U. S. ENVOYS URGE CALM RESTRAINT
ians Fire on Settlers
(JTA) Syrian gun posts opened
raelis again this week, culminating a
irder violence along the borders of all
Jrab areas Syria. Jordan. Lebanon
night's action, the Syrians opened
Ire in the north, near their border,
lits returned the fire.
fans switched to mortars, and the
td a half hour before United Nations
rvers succeeded in effecting a cease-
took place in the same area, north
of the Israeli town of Ashmora. where four Israeli
Irrigation workers were wounded by Syrian gunfire
last Friday night.
(In Washington, official sources revealed that
the American Ambassadors in Israel and Jordan
have urged restraint on the two governments in the
wake of recent border friction. The United States
was depicted as carefully observing developments
with a view to possible escalation. However, the
Syrian-Israel frontier was seen in Washington as
potentially more dangerous than the Jordan-Israel
border because of the extremist tendencies of the
Damascus authorities.)
et Hears Emergency Report
rab Terrorist Border Attacks
LOOK MAGAZINE REVEALS:
\rt Pope Pius Spent
\ne to Help Save Jews

,
H PIUS XII
U American aid
By Special Report
NEW YORK The former sec-
retary and personal confidant of
Tope Pius XII sternly defended
the Holy Father's wartime actions
Tuesday, stating that Pius "helped
the Jews as much as he could'
dining the Nazi horror and that
"he spent his whole private for-
tune for that purpose."
Quoted in an article appearing
in the current issue of Look Maga
cine, Fr Robert I.eilier. S.J.. the
priest who is reported to have
known Pope I'ius XII better than
anyone in the Vatican during the
war years, said that in addition to
spending his own money. Pius
begged" American Catholics to
place money at his disposal to help
the Jews.
"Pius," said Leiber, "spent
Continued on Page 5 A
long. Warned Of
[hts Struggle Lash
BER (JTA) Anier- with Nejro anti-Semitism
ere warned by a rab-, among Jewish academicians
I against responding to; who have posed "a false dichot-
i-Semitism bv with- omy between the preservation of
JERUSALEM (JTA) Is-
rael's Cabinet heard a report at
its weekly session here about the
recent spate of El Fatah terror-
ist infiltrations into Israel which
resulted, this weekend, in two Is-
raell reprisal raids into Jordan.
Despite the fact that the recent,
El Fatah raids showed they had
originated in Jordan, the Cabinet {
was informed that the enemy at-
tacks had been "guided and in-
spired" by Syria "who is the main
trouble maker against Israel."
The report to the Cabinet, made
by the military authorities, stated |
at the same time that "Israel
cannot absolve from responsibility
the countries who lend their ter-
ritories to gangs that carry out
raids into Israel."
Even while the Cabinet was
meeting, information was re-
ceived that two charges of ex-
plosives were discovered today
at the Israeli settlement of Kfar
Giladi, in the north, near the
Lebanese border. The explosives
were of the type used by El
Fatah. Israel police took apart
the explosives, and traced
tracks from the site where these
had been found leading to the
Lebanese border. A complaint
was filed by Israel with the
United Nations Israel-Lebanese
Mixed Armistice Commission.
The reprisal raids this weekend
were carried out by two Israeli
military units who had crossed in-
to Jordan shortly before Friday
midnight. After evacuating the
persons living in homes marked as
targets, the Israelis blew up 14
houses believed to have served as
Continued on Page 8-A
Lays Wreath on Grave
Of Dr. Weizmann;
Angry Mobs Parade
JERSALEM (JTA) West Germany's former chancellor. D
Konrad Adenauer, arrived in Israel Monday night for an eight-day
visit as the guest of the Government and the Weizmann Institute
Science, which was to confer an honorary fellowship on him Tuesday.
He was greeted at the airport by Foreign Minister Abba Eban. repre-
senting the Government; Meyer Weisgal, chairman of the Weizmanr
Institute board of governors; Dr. Nahum Goldmann. president of the
World Zionist Organization: Felix Shinnar. head of Israel's forme:
purchasing mission in West Germany; and Dr. Rolf Pauls. West German
Ambassador to Israel.
Tuesday, Dr. Adenauer was schduled to lay a wreath at Rehovotr*
at the tomb marking the burial place of the late Dr. Chaim Weizmann.
Dr. Adenauer was to meet Tuesday with Prime Minister Levi
Eshkol, visit President Zalman Shazar, lay a wreath at the Yad
Vashem, the Israel center for documentation on the Nazi holocaust,
and be the guest of honor at a dinner to be tendered by Mr. Eshkol-
I.ater, he will confer with Mr. Eban, visit Christian holy places :
Israel, and pay a special visit to Sde Boker to see his old friend, ex
Premier David Ben-Gurion.
Two of the political parties that are members of Israel's Govern
ment coalition, Mapam and Achdut Avodah. as well as Herut, are
boycotting the Adenauer visit. Herut published in Monday's newspaper-
a manifesto declaring that Dr. Adenauer is "unwelcome" in Israel
Thousands of pamphlets were distributed Monday by the Ghetto
Fighters Association, protesting the visit and inviting Dr. Adenauer
to "leave Israel together with Wehrmacht Officer Pauls and former
Nazi Toeroek." The latter name refers to Dr. Alexander Toeroek. the
West German embassy's top counsellor in Israel.
SENT 97,000 TO DEATH
J\azi Accused of Murder
Found on Antarctic Isle
NEW YORK (JTAi SS Col
Walter Herman Rauff. an ex-Nazi
accused of slaughtering 97.000
Jews in Poland during World War
II, has been found living on the
Antarctic island 01 Tierra del
Fuego. a Chilean possession, the
National Broadcasting Company.
television network reported this
week.
Chel Huntley, of NBC-TVN
Huntley-Brinkley program, showed
a filmed interview with Raulf in
which the German said he would
not mind returning to Germany "if
there were an entire change in
thinking and policy of the German
Government."
Huntley added that the NBC
reporter found Rauff "has re-
peatedly asked for a police
guard, and has told acquaint-
Continued on Page 6-A
CHfT HUNTllt
in film showing
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.-emitism frv with- omy between the preservation of _____ _^ .^ # _
** srjfsssri TifB Elects Stern President
Ing was made by Rab- t/
Lelyveld. speaking at
at the biennial con-;
of the American Jew-i
He said recent inci-
^gro anti-Semitism had
"Jewish backlash" in-
ggestions for such a!
from "the new isola-
Pewish life."
the delegates that
"a new preoccupation
When such spokesmen urge
Jews to ignore the world to sur-
vive as Jews, he declared, "they
ignore the whole point of Jewish
survival." As a civil rights volun-
teer. Rabbi Lelyveld was severely
beaten by segregationists in Mis-
sissipi in 1964. .
Bayard Rustin. the Nego civil
Continued on Page 13-A
By Special Report
NEW YORK Louis Stern was
elected to a two-year term as
president ot the National Jewish
Welfare Board on Sunday, at the
closing session of JWB's Golden
Jubilee biennial convention which
launched the year-long celebration
of the agency's 50th anniversary
The tenth president of JWB.
Stern had served as president
since January, 1966. to fill a
vacancy created by the death of
hi.s predecessor, Mrs. Florence G.
Heller.
Two new vice presidents elect-
ed were Max W. Bay, Los An-
geles, Calif., and David H.
White, Houston, Tex. Reelected
vice presidents were Mrs. Leon-
ard H. Bernheim, New York;
Walter D. Heller, San Francis-
co, Calif.; Rabbi Morris Lieber-
man. Baltimore, Md.; and Mor-
ton L. Mandel, Cleveland, Ohio.
Joseph Kruger. South Orar p
Continued on Page 3-A


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STILL SI30,000 SHORT OF GOAL IN CURRENT DRIVE

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SO 000 M1AMIAMS SEtVED PA&E 6~A
Campaign contributions to th
:tm Combined Jewh Appeal a!
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it*] raL>ed ir. 1965. CJA General
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those in the community who have
>et been approached :
1966 sift to contact the o::. I
the CJA in the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation building 1317
roe Blvd.
"UrrFortunataly w* just don't
have the volunteer manpower to
cover every member of the
steadily growing ane1 spread-out
Jewrsh community, Woiss said.
ALAN KESSU*
This is a community effort, and
every Jewish family in Greater
Miami should take part to the
best of tfieir ability.
Tr.. .. tl well within sight
However, it is this final phase of
the campaign which will provide
vsurar.ee that our campaign
will succeed in reaching the goal
chosen by the executive commit-
tee, the c
f governors I :"
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"A new life and new hope is
vital to all who call upon Com-
bined Jewish Appeal and. la
chairman. I know that we have
received new inspiration through
the retelling of the ancient Pass-
over story'- and will have this in
our mind as we all go to see our
remaining, propfcU. It is not a
if everyone do his
share
"Th* time hr we*r. The cam-
paign is drawing to a close, and
I cannot too stroogty urge every-
one to join in making this an
outstanding success by going
over our goal on behalf of those
whose needs -lust be met. We
art optimistic and we are plan-
ni>vj a Victory Dinner," he
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Page 3-A
JWB Confab Elects Stern President
Continued from Po 1-A
pj j was newly elected assistant
secretary, and Jacob Goodstcin,
Milburn, N. J., was newly elected
treasurer. Barnett I. Shur, Port-
land. Me., was rcelected secretary
Three former presidents of JWB
^elected honorary presidents
were Charles Aaron, Chicago, 111.;
Irving Edison. St. Louis, Mo.; and
Solomon Litt, New York, N. Y.
Distinguished Record
Stern, who has a distinguished
record of achievement in Jewish
communal service, was president
,il the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds from
]9ti3 to November, 1965, and was
chairman of a four-year national
health study project conducted by
the Council from 1956 to 1960 on
the care of the aged and chroni-
cally ill. He is co-chairman of the
Interreligious Committee Against
Poverty and was a member of the
Rockefeller Foundation Commis
gion to Study Voluntary Health
,ikI Welfare Agencies.
A resident of Sooth Orange
and a native of Newark, N. J.,
Stern is a former president of
the Essex County Jewish Com-
munity Council, the Jewish
Community Center of Essex
County and the Newark YM and
WHA. He also served as vice
president of JWB's New Jersey
Region, the Essex County Com-
munity Chest and the Welfare
Federation of Newark, Irvington
and West Hudson. He is a mem-
ber of the New York Investment
firm of Stern Bros.
Ambassador Arthur J. Goldberg.
VS. Ambassador to the United
Nations, told a gathering Saturday;
night that "just as America is a I
pluralistic society, so we arrive
among the nations to build peace
n a pluralistic world.
"The United Nations Charter
expresses the resolve of all na-
tiona to practice tolerance, and to j
,ive together in peace with one an-
il her as good neighbors.'
"Tolerance does not mean the
oss of individual character. It does
01 mean carelessly allowing one's
>recious and special heritage to
-lip into oblivion.
Peace in World
Peace in this world whether
ve pronounce it 'shalom' or 'sal-
aam1 or 'inn' or anj other way
an only be founded on the accept-
mce of diversity and of the in-
varieties and possibilities of
he creative human spirit."
Addressing 1.0(H) representatives
from all over the country at the
fjanquet of the Golden Jubilee con-
tention at the Americana Hotel.
Ambassador Goldberg said:
"The true te*t of an American
LOUIS STERN
at golden jubilee
is this: that he does not conceal
but affirms his origin. He is
proud of whatever it may be; he
wears his difference not as a
cause of offense to others but as
a contribution to the wonderful
richness of American life. In the
plurality and mutual tolerance
of American culture lies the sec-
ret of our strength and of the
freedom which we so proudly
profess to the rest of the world.
"Politically, we are solely Amer-
ican citizens. There should be no
place at the polls lor I'lotestan'-
Americans or Catholic-Americans
or Jewish-Americans. But there is
room, and indeed a profound need,
in our national life and our na-
tional conscience, for the spiritual
ideals of both the Old and the New
Testaments; for the teachings of
our great rabbis as well as the
great encyclicals of Pope John
and Pope Paul. And there is room,
too, for varieties of belief for
different visions of God and man
both within the house of Christ-
ianity and the house of Judaism."
Identical Twins
The Ambassador said that Amer
ican Jewry faces a grave problem
that of losing their identity as
Jews, or of "seeing that identity
so watered down that we begin to
forget who we are and whence we
came..
"Brotherhood Week in the
suburbs is a wonderful affair, for
Christians and Jews must indeed
meet as brothers." Ambassador
Goldberg said, "but they needn't
act like identical twins. II is wen
derful that Americans are coming
to realize thai the difference be-
tween Christian.- and Jews is not
worth fighting about but it
would not be so wonderful if we
became so listless us to suppose
that the difference is not worth
keeping."
The Ambassador praised the
. "untiring fidelity of the National
] Jewish Welfare Board to the
work of maintaining Jewish
identity in America" and for its
"great 50 years of work and for
the contributions which I am
sure it is going to make in meet-
ing the challenges of the fu-
ture."
Ambassador Goldberg read a
letter from Ambassador Philip M. ]
Klutznick. former U.S. reprcsenta-!
tive to the Economic and Social'
Council of the United Nations.
who was supposed to be at the
convention but had to be in |
Geneva to represent the U.S. on a ,
' 14-nation committee considering!
future arrangements for the fin-
ancing of United Nations activ-
ities.
"Ambassador Klutznick's serv-
ice to American Jewry is matched
by his service to the nation," Am-
bassador Goldberg said.
Ambassador Klutznick. a for-
mer national president of B'r.ai
B'rith, is chairman of JWB's
Golden Jubilee Committee.
Award to Bernstein
Leonard Bernstein, composer
and music director of the New
York Philharmonic Symphony, re-
ceived the Frank L. Weil Award
of JWB for his "distinguished
contribution to the advancement
of American Jewish culture."
Another award went to Mrs.
Louis Ginzberg of New York,
widow of the distinguished Tal-|
mudist and a top volunteer in the
National Women's League of the
United Synagogue of America, for
her "distinguished contribution t"
the welfare of Jewish personnel in
1 the U.S. Armed Forces," and a
third award went to Alan J. Althe-
| imer, Chicago attorney and civic
leader, for his "distinguished con-'
tribution to the advancement of
the Jewish Community Center and
YM and WHA field."
Earlier in the day, Isaac
Bashevis Singer, author of "The
Slave" and other books, told the
JWB delegates that "there are
an infinite number of universes
and even hero, on this earth,
powers exist of which we have
no inkling, both stronger and
weaker than man. This allows
for the possibility of angels,
devils, and other beings which
are and will remain forever un-
named."
At an early age. the author
said. 'God was for me an eternal
belle Icttrist. His main attribute
was creativity and what He
created was made of the same
stuff as He and shared His desire
to create again. Each atom, each
molecule, had creative needs and
possibilities."
Support of demands "to restore
the right of Soviet Jewry to live
as Jews" was voiced in a resolu-
tion adopted by delegates to fie
Golden Jubilee convention.
Efforts by President Lyndon B.
Johnson to give "the highest
priority to an effective disarma-
ment program which may be the
initial step to a lasting world
peace" were supported in another
resolution.
Overcoming Shortages
The resolution on the nation,!
shortage of professional social
workers strongly supported Presi-
dent Johnson's request that the
Secretary of Health, Education
and Welfare "consult with educa-
tional leaders and other special-
ists" and submit recommendations
to him designed to overcome the
"shortage in the ranks of our so-
cial workers.'' JWB pledged itself
to "assist and support legislation
that may be based on these rec-
ommendations" and requested u*
affiliated Centers and "Y's" 'o
lend their additional support.
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Volume 39
Friday. May 6. 1966
16 Iyar 5726
Number 18
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Christianity Given
A Long Look
The survey on "Christian Beliefs
end Anti-Semitism" made by the
University of California Survey Re-
search Center under a S500.000 grant
from the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith is already eliciting a
torrid response.
The study refutes the "comfort-
er !e and complacent" view that
cnti-Semitism is no longer a real
problem in the United States, sug-
gesting that up to 40 percent of seme
evanqelical Protestant sects remain
cs antagonistic toward Jews as ever,
and that at least one-fourth of those
in the U.S. with anti-Semitic attitudes
r.r.ve a religious basis for their
-z.ze; while nearly another fifth
is religious basis in consider-
part'
In effect, it seems clear t)
:.gs, which are the I is-
torical base of anti-Sem ccn-
ie to "reinforce ard foster
.. prejudice de; r-.creas-
ir.c'y rr.aniies: demonstrat:on oi
will upon the Dart of meny
-.'-. rchmen and Christian organiza-
tions.
For the fir?t time, the Research Center-ADL
- arvey demonstrates the immensity of the prob-
l-rr. c.-.d zeroes 'n on th circumstances that
produce the phenomenon in a religion based
cr. Icve and forgiveness: a casual chain linking
orthodexy commitment to a literal interpre-
tation of traditional Christicn dogma, to par-
ticularism a disposition to see Christian truth
cs the only religious truth."
From there, the survey ehows. it is a simple
leap in time which connects the modern lew
with "the sins of his ancestors" who allegedly
crucified Jesus and remains forever damned.
On the other side of the coin is the "opti-
mistic assumption that the chain can be inhib-
ited and even broken as has happened among
Catholics who, though they retain their par-
ticularistic certainty of the supremacy of their
faith, no longer make the further connection
leading to religiously-rooted anti-Semitisrn. The
inhibiting force seems to be the ecumenical
dedication of American Catholics to religious
liberty and the right of each individual to
worship as he believes.
From whatever side of the coin the survey
is viewed, one can only applaud its recom-
mendation that there be "a systematic re-
appraisal of Christian education, both as
Christianity teaches its history and doctrines,
and in the way it deals with anti-Semitism as
such."
As well in this Oraei period we recall the
but ac-med revolt c: Bar Kochba against
the Romans, with Race: Akiba's wholehearted
>rt of the campc. .
One can go on and or., recounting bath the
happy and cheerless occurrences in Jewish
history surrounding Lag BOmer. In Israel, the
celebration means the joyous gathering at
Mercn in the Upper Galilee to recite psalms,
sing and dance at the white-domed tomb of
Rabbi Simeon bar Ycchai and his son. Eliezer.
It is this ecstasy, "hithlahabut," of the pil-
grims that we, in America, take as our own
in our somewhat more restrained but no less
happy celebration of Jewish Arbor Day.
Celebrating Lag BOmer
Lag B'Omer this weekend will find young-
sters throughout the nation joining their parents
in a religious school atmosphere of celebrating
Jewish Arbor Day.
Actually, the festival occurs during the
"Sefirah" or counting period between Passover
, and Shavuoth.
Lag BOmer is rich in historical associations.
According to the Talmud, Rabbi Akiba "had
twelve-thousand pairs of disciples from Gab-
batha (Dan) to Antipatris (just northwest of
Jerusalem), and all of them died at the same
time."
According to rabbinical authorities, the
plague killing them ceased on the 18th day
of the Hebrew month of Iyar. which is Lag
BOmer. But to balance this terrible tragedy,
the 18th Dav of Iyar also found manna
falling for the first time in the desert that sus-
tained the ancient Israelites for a period of
fort] years.
New Temple Structure
Announcement of the construction of a new
S500.0CO social hall and school building by
Temple Emanu-O is welcomed not only by the
congregation's 1,200 member families, but also
by Greater Miami Jewry as a vibrant and
steadily growing community.
The many beautiful synagogue additions
and new sites for long-established congrega-
tions here suggest the continuing need of
faculties to cater to the expanding spiritual and
educational requirements of our area.
All of which not only gives ample evidence
of responsible leadership, but also of the telling
recognition that if Judaism is to continue to
grow, it can best do so by the involvement of all
age-groups in the religious, cultural, social and
educational activities of a congregation.
To this end, the new Temple Emanu-El facil-
ity will be dedicated.
CJA Reaching Goal
News that this year's Combined Jewish Ap-
peal has surpassed last year's total is good
for the entire community, to say nothing of the
50 local, national and overseas agencies which
receive funds from our CJA.
But the job is not done when there remains
fully SI30,000 to reach the 1966 goal of S 1.566,-
666. Even the attainment of this figure will pro-
vide only the minimum funds needed for the
United Jewish Appeal's life-saving efforts and
the ether participating agencies.
In this time of prosperity, the call for CJA
must be answered bv each of us.
The answer of whether we can indeed go
over the top again is in our hends. Of course,
we must.
the week
,. as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
J OBJECT
during (he week ;
basil oi r..
ism toward
accommoda-. -
Jews StOOF
have beer. .-
beastly pi
l mmm----: <- v~ar- oar:? ;..-;-. .
the general civil ~;
ment is concerned. If the principle is good enough foi _
also good enough for them? The May. 1954 Supreme
taught us about the psychological damage that ci
bovine acceptance of the separate but equal doctnrt .,- '.' .J
makes such accommodations certainly separate and "*!?j
equal. The n*Rative element Is dear. Separation rendi
so assaulted a sense of inferiority: as a consequen the c "',, J
equality is neutralized.
Does the John Birch Society (eel that Jews art it?, qua....,-.
the special role of super-American than its general j.
accorded themselves: This is hardly the kind of th:nl *
to the true spirit of Americanism. On the other hair wbv '-<:*.
Birchites'' The Jews who subject themselves to such j
far more at fault. If the Society wanted them enc Iri^i tr.ji-
membership as .equals, what could one say" V ,,.;
type fascist zealots who have gathered themselves as an ei
the John Birch umbrella. A person has a right I
poison.
What I object to is that the Birchites wont
the poison except within the restraints of spec.:
If I am Jewish, must I commit ideological suicidi
Birchite balsam in splendid isolation amona Jew -
thing ought to be done in community, among one -
As a Jewish Birchite. let me be destructive at the
Birchites. religion notwithstanding: this should be
of those who oppose the Jewish Society of A
-
NtUTKAUZING A POLITICAL LIABILITY
IT ISN'T, for such Jews simply are not prou
' they bear can not be proud, either Jewish -
.('id here last week, is a reco
with a vari
Jew ish Socict
if ovi :. i- in vh'cr
who
they an
n .'.-
- a long til
': that the John Birch S
thi
Ho- the liability
s benl s horizons than
I \ rks if tl
: I oi respectability" i

many Jews ctioi for G< nl
r what co-t ting ti a< Ilii-..
As h Bli nfeld and Star,- an
them in our own community. Dr Harian W S
lirchita leader in Biuward County, is a local exai
had them long before the Birch Society evei cam*
scene. We ha\e had them in the socialites air.'
the camaraderie of their Gentile counterpart -
upon the Surf Clubs and the Bath Clubs and the Indii
indeed upon all the restricted facilities barring their enl
because they are Jews, and frustrating their profound* -'
and who greedily fail to resist even the most debasii they,
at odd moments, invade these sacred halls, othci-wix i : to
for occasional participation in 'community' functions
frolicking there among the exalted on the pretext that thi
porting a worthwhile cause.
*
SILT-HAT KID Of THI WOKST MDfl
AR ELSE, they bite at the lure on yet another pretext they
'' are acting as the sole line of communication between the Jewish
and non-Jewish communities. By making themselves available for a
social function at a restricted facility, they are slowly but surely
breaking down the barriers of prejudice they are ; "- ,hal
Jews do not have horns oi cloven feet.
This is. of course, a patent absurdity and, what is worse a '.vnb\e
self deception. For only'the socially ambitious, who consider (Jentik-
acceptance more privileged than self-acceptance, place thenfjelvei
Into what is otherwise this obviously unenviable positioi fre "
Self hatred of the worst order: the fantasy mixture oi poti
fte ambition with real and actual economic capability I 7
attainment of what counts, white Anglo-Saxon Protestant
Only there never is acceptance: hence, the ecom
is left to flapaimlASsV. a beheaded chicken jumping an
yard toward no end. for the end came with the bebeadii i
and the pandemonium are mere tantrum and rage.
The relationship between the politically -motivate.' 1" Ih*
Jewish Society of Americanists use politics as a social:' *
the frontal but very ginger and even delicate assault
fortress, is apparent. The ongoing difficulty with the Greater Miami
Opera Guild is a case in point.
DISPIKATE SOLUTION TO AN INSOLUBLE DILtMMA
CCR AT LEAST a decade now, the Jewish community has
' suited by the Guild's insistence upon scheduling major fund raising
functions (actually socialite displays) at the Surf Club If rom a
abstract point of view, the Guild embraces two wings One is
musical. Here may be found genuine lovers of opera, and am" '"
is a significant number of Jews The other is the social '".
are sub-categories, depending upon age, sex. and economic capa ?j
although the latter, as a prerequisite for participation seems f*
in one's WASP position. You either have "it." or you dor. I
like any "set" Newport, or jet. or Hyannis Port i .
implicit. You can not apply. It is not a question I 8^
Jews are verboten., except by occasional and pragma!
Hence the frustration of those Jews who are capabk '
but who find what they most admire and desire not I
And. if the two wings, the musical and thi
Continued on Page 11-A


pri May 5 ".9S6
* Jkmslf- lfk,r:i^Hair)
Pace 5-A
Pius Spent Fortune to Help Save Jews
Cctlnued 'ram Pag 1-A
w;,,. -t inherited himself, as a
Pacei from his family. It was
not Ml enormous sum of money.
I re'*' to it only to make it
clear -oat he did what he could."
Fr. leiber. now 79 and living in
retirement In Rome, stated that
aside i:um raising funds to help
the Ji-s, Pius helped thousands
to escape to Noun and South
Americi when Hitler embarked on
his Final Solution.
Moreover, according to Le:ber.
i'ius .ispended at that time the
clausura rule< for all religious
comm unities nuns, brothers,
lather.-, in oi It r to permit them
to i.ido :i m i .. as pi ssible.
Thousands oi Jews were saved that
waj
On the c mtroversy surrounding
the Pope's alleged -silence" with
regard to the murder of the Jews,
Pr. I.ciber declared "the Jews
'hemselves were glad the Pope did
not say anything" publicly to pro-
test the Nazi slaughter.
i .,Kr sajr] that many Jews
feared the Nazis would only in-
..i.ay ineir extermination cam-
paign if Pius spoke out publicly.
Fr. I.eiber recalled a conversa-
tion he had with Dr. Raffaele Can-
toni, the political head of the Jews
in Rome at that time.
Dr. Sidney Marks to be Guest Speaker
At JNF Foundation Supper Here Sunday
Dr. -idney Marks, former na-
tional executive director and na-
tionai secretary of the Zionist Or-
ganiza n of America, will be
miest speaker at a supper of the
Jewish National Fund Founda-
tion Sunday. 6:30 p.m., at the
Fonta ^bleau Hotel.
I)r Irving Lehrman, chairman
ul tht JNF Foundation here, in an-
nouni the appearance of Dr.
Mark- -aid tha' the speaker is a
in mass communications
and ;>.. iic relations.
His jniversity
tl-? ; elds of
scierx* business
and economics. H
profe'.:-or of law
Law School, is
the New York Ba
relaf.t-is counsel
Relat tns Society
training is in
law, political
administration
e was formerly
at New York
a member of
r, and a public
of the Public
of America.
According to I.eiber, Cantoni
said, "What we wanted from the
Pope was practical aid, so that
we should not die. This he gave
us, as much as he was able to
do."
I.eiber commented that Cantoni
"'was entirely satisfied. He did not;
want the Pope to make some pub-
lic pronouncement. That could be
done today in a democratic atmos-
phere. But at the time, one never
knew how the others. Hitler, would
react."
Leiber Quoted Cantoni as sayjng
to him: "Whether the Pope spoke
or not was all the same to us.
What we wanted Tfoftf'tum was
practical aid. That we did re-
ceive."
The exchange between Leiber
and Cantoni. the Look article said,
referred to an order calling for the
arrest and removal of some 8,000
Roman Jews by the Nazis during
their occupation of Italy.
While offering no apology for
the actions of Pius XII, Leiber said
that "I am convinced that another
Pope, Pius XI. would have spoken
more sharply, more forthrightly.
But I am sure that it was a work
of Providence that Pius XII was
on the Chair of Peter at this time.
With one word, he could provoke
an explosion."
Leiber, noting that once
Pius considered speaking out
against the Nazi horror, said,
"at one time, the Pope, as I
learned only later, collected
material to be used in a protest
and then put everything aside.
the problem. But this was h:s
firm conviction: that it was better
to keep silent."
The comments by Fr. Leiber
were made in connection with
excerpts adapted from the forth-
coming book. "Pius XII and the
"He did that after ample con Third Reich." by Saul Friedland-
sideration! There were perhaps er. to be published by Alfred A
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a pot: b> the Soviet author.
Evgen) Yevtushenko, presented
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Golden Age Annual Concert
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branches of the YM and WHA of
Greater Miami Golden Age Friend-
ship Clubs held their annual con
cert last week at the Central "Y."
The concert highlighted Israel
Independence Day.

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Friday, May 6,
1966
CJA Agencies Provided 50,000 Miamians
With Services During the Past Year
shop programs;
nop programs; the J L
Home for the Aged which !
for 300 individual mosl 0Vt
Hcrvey Richman. corresponding secretary, congratulates
Andre S. Bialolenki on his installation as president of the
y-icimed Maccabee Lodqe of B'nai B'rith at a dinner
dance at the Carillon Hotel. Supreme Lodge Vice President
I. Albeit Pallot delivered the principal address, with District
3rand Lodge President Samuel Nieberg presenting the charter.
A'.so presiding were Arthur Horwitz, president of B'nai B'rith
Council of South Florida Lodges, and lack R. Glick, Supreme
-odge regional membership director. Mr. and Mrs. John Forte
::nd Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Esposito were among honored
:.-uests at the affair.
The number of persons provided
sen ice by six major community
ncies supported through the
Combined Jewish Appeal soared
past the 50.000 mark in 1965.
Joseph M. I.ipton reported Wed-
nesdaj
Lipton. president of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation, said.
"This impressive total reflects in
only a small way the meaningful
and productive assistance given to
our friends and neighbors through
these agencies. "
The figure cited by Lipton in-
cludes persons assisted by Mt.
Sinai Hospital, the Bureau of
Jewish Education, the YM and
WHA, Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service, the Jewish Home
for the Aged and the National
Council of Jewish Women's
Service to New Americans.
Mt. Sinai Hospital admitted 2.-
260 service icharity or part-char-
ity) patients last year providing
some 20.533 patient days to theee
in-patients. During 1965 an addi-
tional 36.433 patients were | i"
vided out-patient services on a
chanty basis
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion of Greater .Miami, through its
teacher training program and
various curricula, provided edu-
cational assistance and instruc-
tion to more than 11.000 children
and 200 adult* during 1965. keep-
ing pace with the steady growth of
Dade County's educational' explo-
sion.
The YM and WHA, utilizing its
new main facility at 8500 SW 8th
St.. for the first time during 1965.
provided cultural, educational and
social facilities for more than 5.-
300 persons during the year.
Other CJA supported agencies.
I.ipton pointed out. show smaller
totals of individuals given service.
'but these figures do not in them-
selves take, into account the inten-
sive work involved with the in-
dividuals concerned."
These agencies include the
Jewish Family and Children's
Service, which assisted 1,900
persons; Jewish Vocational Serv-
ice, which aided 807 individuals
through its testing and work-
NCJW program.
"Although stati ti ,v no
means an a I,
e the work i
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Silver to Attend
New Law School
uonnis s silver, a resident oi
( >rai Gables, graduated from the
t niversity ol South Florida oi.
24 A political science majoi.
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Nazi Accused of Murder
Found on Antarctic Isle
Other F.n... c.i"
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napping or assassination."
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1962. on request of the West Ger-
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have him extradited for a war
crimes trial. The highest Chilian
court ruled, that, since he was a
Chilean citizen, and the crimes
charged against him were "polit-
ical." he could not be extrad
it eel
Rauff is considered by West Ger-
many as '"one of the most wanted'"
Nazi criminals. The late Adolf
Eichmann had named him during
the 1961 Eichmann trial in Jeru-
salem, as a high officer of the
Gestapo whose job had been to
murder Polish Jews in gas trucks.
At Tierra del Fuego, Rauff runs a
canning factory.
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Friday. May 6. 1966
'?*" Aniisl Meridian
Page 7- \
iJCom. Plans Annual Meet
Norman Rabb, or Boston, is mittee, and Mrs. Hilda Blausti
chairman or the anniversary com-'of Baltimore, is co-chairman

By Special Report
XE\V YORK A glittering ar-
rnatio/ial and national
|] join in the (>oth anni-
annual meeting of the
i ih Committee, to be
jield in Washington May 12 to 15.
hi of the festivities will
. the annual dinner, scheduled
,,i- Thursday evening, May 12, at
he Shoreham Hotel, where most
,[ ||. sessions Will lake place.
\mbassador Arthur .1. Goldberg.
\ s representative at the United
Nations and an honorary vice pres-
ent of the American Jewish <*om-
nittee, will deliver the principal
iddress
, Chief Justice Earl Warren will
introduce Ambassador Goldberg.
Newton M. Minow, former chair-
; man of the Federal Communica-
tions Commission, will present
the AJC's Human Relations Miss
Media Award to th3 United
Ciiurch of Christ for its role in
assuring that the public has a
voice in determining renewal of
broadcasting licenses.
Morris I! Abr.n-i. president of
AJC, will deliver a presidential
address, while two former presi
, dents who are now honorary presi
; dents. Judge Joseph M. Proskauer
I and Jacob Blaustefn, will discuss
47 Southeast Zionist Districts Will Be
Represented at Miami Beach Confab
Miami Beach will be the site of
'he 28th annual conference of the
Southeast Region of the Zionist (
Organization of America. Delegates;
from 47 districts will gather at the
. iiiitainebleau Hotel, May 27 to 30.
Decoration Day weekends activ-J
lies will begin with an Oneg Shah-
sponsored by the Greater Mi-
,mi districts on Friday evening,
.ml will conclude with business
essions on Monday afternoon.
i me of the highlights of the gath-
ering will be the installation ban-
int at the Fontainebleau Hotel on
sunda; evening, May 29.
local ZOA districts will partici-
pate extensively at all sessions.
work shops, and social events, said
Leon May, Southeast Region pres-
ident.
"Some of the more important
sessions as well as the banquet
will be community wide events,"
added .May.
Mrs. Ablin Hosls Lunch
Mrs. .lack Ablin hosled a brunch
for the Greater Miami Auxiliary of
the Jewish Home for the Aged last
week at the Imperial House. Miami
Beach.
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Otht r speakers al sest Ions during
the annual meeting are Si c i tarj
of ll" di and Urban Develop-
ment Robert C. Weaver, who will
discuss the crisis in the cities at a
Thursdaj lunch session; Secretary
of Treasurj Henry W. Fowler, who
will discuss the nation's economic
outlook at a Friday breakfast;
David Aslor. editor of the London
Observer, who will outline the di-
mensions of a pioneering research
program into collective psycho-
I pathology, to determine the causes
i of individual and group hatreds.
which will be launched simulta-
neously in Europe and the U.S.
Astor's talk will be given Sun-
day, May 5, in the Diplomatic Re-
ception Room of the State Depart '
ment.
Washington Hebrew Congrega-1
tion will be the setting of a color-'
ful and historic event Friday night,
when a special service is to be
addressed by I^awrence Cardinal
Shehan, of Baltimore, who served i
as copresident of the Ecumenical
Council and as chairman of the,
U.S. Catholic Hierarchy's Bishops
Commission for Ecumenical Af-
fairs during the Council's delibera-
tions, and by Rev. Dr. Eugene Car-
son Blake, newly elected General
Secretarj Of the World Council ol
Churches.
Rabbi .Norman (ieistenfeld, spir-
itual leader of the Washington He-
brew Congregation, will preside at
the special service.
Throughout the four days of
the annual meeting, several hun-
dred top leaders of the American
Jewish Committee will gather
from cities throughout the coun-
try to discuss such aspects of the
dgency's work as the promise of
ecumenism, extremism, Negro-
Jewish relationships, Jewish
identity, and overseas problems
affecting Jews.
Dr. John Slawson. executive vice
president, will set the tone for the,
discussions when lie addresses the
opening plenary session on "AJC
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Israel Friendship Week at Miami Y
Features Display of Art Works
Rendering of the new S500.000 Social Hall and
School Building of Temple Emanu-El at 17th St.
end Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Emanu-El
member and noted architect. Morris Lapidus,
resigned the ultra-modern, two-story addition
:or which aroundbreakina ceremonies are
scheduled May 15. A Dedication Ball at the
Diplomat Hotel will climax the May 15 activ-
ities under the chairmanship of Alexander
Muss. Emil Morton is chairman of the building
committee, and Samuel J. Halperin is chair-
man of the campaign committee. All three are
vice presidents of Temple Emanu-El. of which
Max Boderman is president and Samuel
Fnedland. chairman of the board.
Cabinet Hears Arab Report
Continued from Pge 1-A
. some of the recent El
'-
: tl e Israeli ildi< i!
- '
K layat and Hirbeit :
Fatah commai
in ] irs. The first
init crossed the
r near Bet Shaanan. and blew
in Kala; at. includ-
MACEf SCHAFFER
New Brotherhood
Officers Elected
itherhoo I of
electioi

'.. i
' nt, ik rbert I
presidents, Leonarfl Kap
Bernard Goodman. Ci
Maxwell Dauer; recording sec-
ary. Harold Malin; correspond-
I secretary, Michael Clein: trees-
Stephen Carner.
Elected to the board of directors
ere George Malin. Jack Dulberg.
i Raskin, Robert Newman, Mark
Demsky, Ernest Heydeman. Jerald
-chwarz. Elea/er Green:,tPin
ward Bramson. Arthur Jacowitz.
seph Molien. Henry Lubn.
bwartz, Norman Weiner. Norman
-are. Alvin Rose. Donald Carlin.
VanZamft and Ben Clein.
ii e of the mayor. The
troops concentrated their efforts
on houses whose inhabitai I
vn to have aided the El Fai
raider Israeli officials said thai
teurs who recently blew up
ses in Beit Yosef village came
Kalayat.
The second unit moved into
Hirbeit. south of Mount Hebron.
...... im Jordanian
stations which was -ilenced
: > Israeli mortars.
At ;; press conference here.
VTiU ik Rabin said
s in the Jordanian
ages resisted and ed a
-- s He added that,
tanci I '
scrupulously >! serve lives
t" evacuate civilians and even dis
tributi
He said Israel had no desire
to raisa tensions in the Middle
East, bu* did not want Jordan to
take affective measures against
the El Fatah raiders. He said
Syria was "the only Arab nation
openly supporting this terrorist
organization, but our principle
remains that the country from
which terrorists operate is re-
rpcnsiblc for their actions. This
do?s not lessen Syrian respons-
ibility, however."
The Israeli communique noted
tl at 1 h raiders committed
past three weeks two
acts of sa tage in th< and
n and on act at B< t
in Galilee In one of the
Rock of
Masada, winch is visited daily by
wrists, a truck carry-'
children narrowly
escapi ; hit ins a mine A lorry
v.ith Israeli soldiers ran over the'
mine, but no one was hurt.
University campus and Hadass h
- .' The issue was referred to
United Nations truce officers and
it was hoped the convoy wou! I
leave for Mount Scopus next
In a related development to-
dav, Mahmoud Hidjaii, an Arab
infiltrator captured in 1965
once sentenced to death and
this year given a new trial, was
found guilty by an Israeli mili-
tary court of shooting at Israeli
forces, beiryj a member of an
El Fatah gang of saboteurs, and
carrying arms.
However, the court acquitted
him. for lack of proof, of a chare i
of throwing a hand urenadc at Is-
raeli f< rces The man had been
captured after an unsuccessful El
. near the Jordanian b ir-
In the last trial, tl-. prosecu-
tor demanded a sentence of life
imprisoi Lfti finding the
lilty on the three counts, the
court stated it would hand down
its -< ntence next Tuesday
President's Reception Tuesday
culm inated numerous cventsi
planned in honor of Israel Friend-
Ship Week at the YM and WHA of
Greater Miami.
A display of Israeli art, artifacts,
stamps, coins, museum pieces, pho-'
tography, and books is being ex-
hibited in the Main Ballroom from
May 1 to May 7.
Golden Age Friendship Club, as
part of the Israel Week Program,
heard a panel di.-cussion Sunday
on "Know Israel Today."
President's Reception Tuesday-
saw the presidents of all the
"Y" groups and clubs acting as
hosts and hostesses. Amron Gil-
ad. director of the Southern Re-
gion for the Israeli Government
Tourist Office, and David Levine,
oi Zim Lines, were guest -speak-
er- at the reception.
Asthmatic Rehabilitation
Mrs. Stanley Myers, chairman of
the YM and WHA Asthmatic Re-
habilitation Program, announced
that the program has heen post-
poned until the fall Added tinu
was i eeded to obtain the special
equipment necessary and t'> retain
additional qualified staff. Mrs
Myers explained
A i Tudor, din cl th and
physical educatioi al the "Y
that a medical advisor} board i
- setting
the stand: rds I thi
The program will be open to
children age 7 t 14. I liildren will
be accepted only by n nmi nda-
tion oi then- own ph} sician
Spring Fashion Show
Virginia Booker, television per-
sonality on Ch. l<>. com-
r i". the YWHA S|
the

Parti
Mrs l i onard Lurii
the W I Paul
Rheingold. chi irn I I -
and Mrs M Jacobson. fashioi
ordinator
Models wen
Mrs. S. Rudgii
Mrs Marshall Hi -" V'
Jackson, Mrs > *j
Winick.Mrs ...:.. J
ternak, Mrs H \ '""
Aronoff, and Mrs ] Jes$"
Cooking Classes at Yf,'
Gourmet r
the direction i a|
pinger began
at 9:15 a.m.. al
The classes an
bers of the Y
istration is Mis;
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Men's Club Meets
Al Rax an. pre'
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8:15 p.m at tl
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Judges Dixii
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The regular Israeli convoy to
Mount Scopus, the Israeli enclave
in Jordanian territory in Jeru-
salem area, was halted this week-
end by Jordanian border guard:-.
The auards contended that the
convoy included an 'unwanted
number." I nder the Israeli-Jor-
danian armistice agreement. Is-
rael is entitled to changethe police
guard and to send supplies to the
enclave, which contains the aban-
doned buildings of tht old Hebrew
Don't tell us you can't br ik
into that tight little clique oi
top ( .m.iili.in \\ hiskies.
V\'e m.iv be .in underdog. But
we're breaking in. 1 he only
possible way.
With taste.
Sure,we're now hero.But
Canadian lovers are accepting
Canadian Lord Calvert for what
it i*: .i great Canadian whisky.
(Which in not so remarkable-
we've been making fine whisky
for savvy (Canadians for years.)
We're not as expensive as we
taste either.We bottle imported
Canadian Lord Calvert here. If
we bottled in Canada, we'd have
to charge you about SI more
a fifth.
Why don't you try us?
Then you'll always be able to
say you knew us when.
Stop b\ yum favorite
tavern tonight and
U < what Wt mean.
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May 6. 1966
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Baptists Flay Study of Christian Bias
., KSON, Miss. (JTA) sociologists who reported that a
Wayne Dehoney, president of survej has established that largi
, Southern Baptist Convention percentages of Protestants and
itestant denomination with Catholics with anti-Jewish bias
00.000 members took issue "have a religious basis for their
this week with a contention
:<
'have a
prejudice.''
wo University of California
Th survey, made under a
commission from the Anti-De-
famation League of B'nai B'rith,
but conducted independently of
the ADL, showed M"f national-
ly, 43 percent of Protestants
and 50 percent of Catholics bold
the Jews as a /jroup "most re-
pons:ble" for the crucifixion
Jesus.
of
"Bigotry and defamation, such
is anti-Semitism, are deplorable."
said Dr. Dehoney. "But to label
religious conviction about the
doctrine of salvation
as 'race prejudice' is the worst
kind ot defamation. By the sam<
reasoning, the Jews could be
charged with racism and with be-
ing anti Oriental because they be-
lieve that Japanese nuudhists are
outside the realm of God's salva-
tion for not believing in the Jeho
vah and not accepting the Old
Testament revelation."
21
pment
i the Galilee in th< n< rth to the
g< y in the si ith 211 wns and
ir people are b( ai ing
th endurano th< h antages
nmon to all new :: nti
t mraunitit .
ilt from s< tatch in the past few
rstoci i 200,000 new
i ants to livt and work in Israel,
i tically no one I th towns
] as enough schools. | arks, recreational
health facilities.
; ; ear, their residents look to themselves
make up these d< fii iencies. Nearly all
! e people come from countries where they
1 ive been disadvantaged in education
: rid job skills. Theii gi up contains the
gest number of welfare cases, the lowest
; aid workers in Israel, the most unemployed.
trough the UJA y< u can help speed the
velopment of these townships and the successful
soi ption of the hai d-v oi king immigrants
living in them.
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MaY ^. 1966
Rabbi Leon Kronish (left), chairman of the Greater Miami
Israel Histadrut Committee, congratulates Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Kctz.'wrter residents here, "for their continuing activities
in behalf oTlhe State of Israel."
Israel Education System Unlike Ours;
They F^py as They Go, Miamian Says
a fid
TechnicaPWuoation is not easy
to come bj in Israel as it is in
this country you have to pay
lying in high school there "
old Bernard ami Frances
Katz, founders of tin ti Mi-
"Amal" Technical Hi?h School
i Ramleh. Israel, who are winter
of Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Kati. who live
at 7974 Crespi Blvd. have been
coming to South Florida for
more than 10 years. They
moved into their present home
in 1958. "In the summer months
ve travel back to Newark, N.J.."
said Kati. "We've also made four
trips to Israel.
The opportunity for the newly
f.rmed immigrant youth is through
vocation training service pro-
tided by the Israel Histadrut
through nip of Imal Ti
nical High Schools." he noted
At the third Seder celebration
the local Histadrut group. Ka1
: nd his wife became founder* with
ontribution of S2.000 The Is-
raeli -chool will cost one million
lars
The past president of Food
, hant S Association of Newark.
row retired, is a member of the
board of directors of Israel Bonds,
Jewish National Fund. Friends of
Hebrew University and T-chnion.
Katz is also a member of the exec-
utive hoard of the Zionist Organ-
ization of America.
When Katz retired, he was told
to get a hobby ''So I adopted Is
reel as an avocation by working
in organization.- designed to bene-
fit Israel.
"I believe in working for the
education of Israel youth and
feel I can fulfill this aim by
supporting Histadrut of Greater
Miami."
Histadrut chapters plan to con-
tribute half of the total finances
needed to complete construction of
the Ramleh "Amal" High School.
The other half of the expenses will
hopefully come from donors, con-
cluded Katz.
Mrs Kati l- an active supporter
of Hadassah. i
EUROPEAN TOUR
Swerdlin Talks
fo Men's Club
At Beth David
i Attorney San ford
Su t rdlin addessed the annual
cuCKtail party and dinner ot bctfa
i'.i Mu Men's Club on Thursoay, <
p m at bem u:t\ iu.
Swerdlin, a lieutenant colone'
in the U.S. Air Force Reserve
spoke to the gathering on his
it-cent experiences in hurope
where he visited with leaders ol
B nai B nth there, and went on a
tour oi tne restored synagogue-
ut Berlin and London.
iiunng his European trip, Swerd-
lin was a special representative of
the Cruet of Staff of the VS. An
Force.
Earlier last week. Swerdlin
spoke Tuesday noon before a meet-
ing oi Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai
Brith at the DiLido Hotel. On
Wednesday. he was principal
speaker at a meeting of Freedom
i.odge in the Balmoral Hotel.
Swerdlin was recently honored
al a Florida B'nai B'rith conven-
tion in lampa. where he was pre
-n.ieii with the first annual Pre*
mem- Award following his coin
pieuuil oi a third term as statt
chairman of tne B'nai B'rith Ann
Defamation League committee
Principals in the Temple Beth Am Victory Dcnce for it,
Combined Jewish Appeal held Saturday night at the vjuth
Dade congregation's social hall include (left to right) Dr Her
bert M. Baumgard. A. Budd Cutler, Byron S. Cherkas. Harold
Thurman and Jay I. Kislak. Thurman, vice president |W.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and chairmen of the CIA
Synagogue Division, spoke at the dance. Cherkcs is ou'eoinn
president of the congregation. Dr. Baumgard is spiritual leader
and Cutler is chairman of the CJA committee. Kislak, a mem-
ber of Temple Beth Am, is general chairmen of this iMra
Combined Jewish Appeal.
Hebrew Grads Part of Service
On Friday evening at Temple
Judea, the following members ol
the Hebrew School graduating
class will participate in the sen-ice
Neal Balber, Gary Feder, Steven
in. Alan Horovitz. and Mark
Levin.
The class
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In observance of the 11th an-
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Cantor William W. Lipson and the
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"Shabat Hamalkah." contemporary-
service recently written by Sholom
Secunda. nationally-known Amer-
ican Jewish composer.
Also to be included in the late
Friday night service will be a talk
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PjjgWG THE WEEK ...AS I SEE IT
lie Pathology of Jewish Self-Hatred
ite. in itself a contradilion !:'
terms. Hm ai least ii would help
them those among us now in
limbo like s Jewish country
club helps the hint when tlio hurt
pinches loo much.
It he
hi'
bu-t
[brei
fin '
lac;
a
Continued from Paqe 4-A
more likely that as a gen-
I, ii.,-. are separate hut
:it is to saj. those active
iurf Club play the role of
Verdurin in .Marcel
When Debussy performs
bless music. Mme. dc Ver-|
rows her head back in
! er eyes closed in a trance
:, a disguise for boredom
Idcn opportunity to cat-1
I,, other hand, those who
tini love opera have little
in- in the socialite decora-
I,- companying the larger
[: ity" aspect of the organ-
\,,r ir, il sadly they have an
Era they are not wanted.
But tat, again, of those poor
. limbo the .lews who
. Lehrman Will
Delegate to
ibbinic Meeting
ing Lehrman, of Temple
will be a delegate l>
i convention of the Rab-
jca issembly, the international
;n in cil Conservative rabbis.
Bi' I lor Toronto. Canada,
y 1.") to 19 at the Inn on ,
r Pi k.
Thi onveiition." Kabbi Lehr-
n I. "will be the first held
organization outside the
Bil..' States in its more than:
lie!iry history and will con
ide .. ith an academic convoca
tl i- May 18 when Lester Pear-
In. I ime Minister of Canada.
I! receive an honorary degree
;i .pedal convocation of the '
'i.< Theological Seminary ol
n
The convention will begin
fcrilh i public session Sunday
vemng. May 15, at which the
resident of the Rabbinical As-
fmbly, Rabbi Max J. Routton-
rj will speak on the role of
be ntemporary rabbi in the
c community.
could easily pass up the music, or
suffer it in order to achieve the
social acceptance in a profoundly
sociall.v acceptable and ineluctable
unattainable Identity?
Dreaming of this, they have
the other thrown in their faces
they are called upon to support the
Guild as a musical activity, a cul-
tural contribution, and rewarded
with the right to enter, for a single
momentary fling, the sacred din-
ing halls and corridors of the so-
cial sanctus sanctorum, providing
they deceive themselves provid-
ing they love music when they
really want to be accepted where,
instead, they are barred
Except for these few Jews in
limbo, who make the "in" sets
position tenable, the Guild might
long ago have had to abandon this
piece of musical "chutzpah." With-
out them, we could saj so easily:
"Yo'.i do nol want our social com-
panj ? Then gel along u it lioul our
love for music, as well." But, like
the Blumenfelds and Stangs among
us. they make the WASP element
of Miami society desirable when,
as is true in all society, it is merely
a Dorian Gray portrait of degen-
eracy feeding upon decay.
Until our brothers are unwilling
to take less than they have de-
manded in the civil rights move-
ment for others, we will continue
to suffer the insults of a variety of
Guilds whose president, the best
Surf Clubber of them all. stands in
splendid Isolation uninvolved and
above the fray.
The Opera Guild dilemma has
never been a question of music It
has always been a question of so
cialite exclusionary tactic- Why
should Jews be forced to bear the
aesthetic burden In separate but
equal isolation? Will the Surf Club
force Jews to love music against
their will as a punishment to be
borne for their occasional entry
into its hallowed halls? The alter
native might be for the Guild to
adopt the Birch Society's solution:
to form yet a third wing, an en-
tirely Jewish wing, including music
lovers and the socially ambitious.
Of course, it won't be quite the
same thing for the Jewish social-
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scheduled is Prof. II. L.
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nary, on "JobThe Pat-
ii d Joi>Tin- Impatient'' on
morning. May 16.
highlights will be a report
! Jewry, with special em-
n the Soviet Union, by
f iesel. the noted young
of the prize-winning ""Town
d the Wall" and other no-
who returned recently from
SSR.
It er session m ill be held on
evening. May 16. when
'Vbraham Joshua lleschcl. of
wish Theological Seminary.
er a major addles-..
r important working ses-
.11 he devoted to further
eration of the 'Blue Papei
'il for study at last year's
in, on "Israel. Judaism.
~h People and Zionism."
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AGUOATH ACHIM. LombarSy H.|.
6305 CoMifis Ave. Orthodox. ,
Kr (Iny'B'lM V" S.c-':r t* -. I V
aha 5: JO p.m
A6ud*+fc iMVkL.. $01 Cariyii Ave.
ortofc.n*dr>fe':>-l '
NS^Zp^Tmi SW lth Ave.
Conservative. Emanue. KuiheiwiU.
oreUSfcnM
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16 Iyar- 6:39 p.m.
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BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave. C
WWveTiHbbi Sol Landau. C>
wiflteornW. Lioeen
P'HJlil|lij'll Cmto< .a Art." Siiur-
dai
iftS S UvUl $rf'ni'?0-."'l"lK- I .rail i.
M' .analrftliV SWyint>r *"! u-.Tl EWnotftl
6:n0.i>.m. ., ,
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon sen it
M
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L. 7
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h S*. Ortho-
'ef* I
BETH R>
dox. Rfbbtf
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mon:
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BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox. '' Rabbi Shmaryahti- T.
^v/irf^f.^antor Maurjce MamcJifS.
---- ----
BtTK^tDDtSH 11C1 J.v 12th\'Ave.
Modeco. Traditional. ., Rabbi Max
ShapfrV.1 Cantor BeoiaMin Ben-Arr.
-*.'UeMBjBBaVt.'i Tanr B'c mver jfr-
mrn: "Yhr Constant Battle."
f'nrrlw*""**' I.m I p.lti 'DrrMn in
Vli lory '
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATI ON
'3630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative
Rabbi Richard Marcoviti. Canto*
Seymour Hinkea
8:15 p m s.'
., | .-. hooli -! .| the
Bkabbal Sal i da >' i.m
on "Porti-.n of th. \\.
BETH RAPHAEL. '545 J-*"rsor
Ave. Coniervative. Cantor Saul H.
3reeh.
;uiN M<;B.nFw riRCcc O^ mi.
AMI. 124} Washington Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Otyv Roj.encw.eig
FT. LAUDE^OACE EMANU-EL 1801
S Andr-ws Ave K-torm RSbb'
Richard Ui: Leviton Cantor Jerome
K'ement.
'-. ----
FT. LAUOEROALE JEWISH CEN-
TER. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd
Conservative. Charlts Oickson pres-
ident. Or. Jack L. Morris, cantor.
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eLOL?R GRANADA. 50 NW 51 at
PI. Conservative. Rabbi Oavid Ros-
enfeld. rantor George Goldberg.
---- ----
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
in Beach Blvd. Rev. Paul
Deutsoh.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 24.-*} Pintr
Or OrthjQox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
Kr i laj (:11 p in .-.iturday 9 a m
". ha 6:S" p.m
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative Rabbi
David Shai>-ro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilora un.
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HOMESTEAD JEWiSH CENTER. 8th
St., MemeeteJkd. Conse-. ative.
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'SRAELITE Og.VT.cR "75 P>" /5th
St Conservative." Rabbi Avrom L
L D-azi'i. Canto- Louis Cabin.
'3th A-.e Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. Capljn.
I a 11 in o
n P.ell i '.- I .i.
I i muni ni ? Mil i i> ill.
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN C-.n
aervative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. M.ami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Stone
Cantor Maurice Neu.
Friday &:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Jew-
Isii Concepl !' ill.- alesMah Satui-
10 .i in, Bei ni" .. ".--. U'ti re
i ->.ii inr the Sabbath."
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
Dr.. do. Miami. rvetorm. Raboi
nerbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
FTidaj 7:30 kh. Mother!! 1': or*
g i >i\;t> grade at Religious School
\*'iii l..... the month. Chi oren
nn .VI :i>- biprtidnya ulll b
bleeaed.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM ot Holly
wood 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Raooi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er
ne&t Steiner.
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION EM0-
00k of Re.
Festival symbols: Matza. Lulav, Etrog, Shofar
membrance.

Seven da>s ye shall eat unleavened bread i A
. a memorial blast of horns '' % 8^.;.
of goodly trees- .23 4) "* fruit.}
EMOR "And the Lord said unto Mo-i-n; Speat
priests the sons of Aaron, ar.d say unto them: TIutc hU-n ^ "
detile himself lor the dead among his people, except i jj*.
that is near unto him. for his mother, and for his tatt/ **"
tor his son. and for his daughter, and for hi< brother- -ln'1
his sister a virgin. They shall not take a woman'wf-'0'
harlot, or profaned: neither shall they take a woman 'S a
fiom her husband'" (Lev. 21. 1-7). *' a*y
The Mgh priest "shall ta:e aWMft'in her virginity A*y
or one divorced, or a profaned woman, or a harlot tnstk u '
he not take" (Lev. 21. 13-14.. No priest with a blem^U
approach the altar to offer a sacrifice the impure priest
it v-
s ar
"The seventh day is a Sabbath of solemn rest
not even approach the holy food nor eat it No ai
blemish might be an offering.
The seasons of the holy convocations a
manner of work
BETH TFILAH. 935 Eu-'id A ,* Of-
"hodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
----
BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE llt'i
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
ichitz. Cantor Jacob Renier.
K- Ida) 5 15 and
. ., -.', I '. the Wn I- '! i n-
i kid Baa Mini ii h Shann. i uhter
..f Mr and Mr* I -
., in liar Mitsva
\i and Mra Paul Lewis Dnvl
..f Mr and Mra Michael Tuth Itarry.
1 Mr. ami Mr** Sla nk W
.ii Mlncha 6 ; m
B'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 IM W 183rd St.
Conservative P~>-, Haiuid Richtei.
-antor Jack Lerner.
JACOB C. COHEN COMVLN TV
SV\rOuUf. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi T.Bor H. Stern
-
KNFSETH ISRAEL 1415 EuClid Ave.
Orth-dox Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif.
-
LUBAVITCHER M NYAN. 800 Wash
ington Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Abra-
ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field.
MINYONAlRES CONGREGATION.
3/37 B rd Rd. Modern Traditii-nai
-
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr
Ortnodox Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
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SEPHARDC JEW SH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave Rev Cantor Sadi Nah
mias.
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18*51 NE
HEBREW LESSON
)na$9 "ros* inx1? D*?ii*a
t : t 1 : :
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t t : :
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.rrrinia ?? pi
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nxas1? w^ o'P'n mxas
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Un-tvi* ""J^),? nisi rjR?
MILITARY ACQUISITIONS
Israel acquires arms and military-
equipment by overcoming political
obstacles and (manual difficulties.
Sonnr years igo. the door was
opened wide for the acquisition of
modern and ef(octixc weapons in
France
In addition to these acquisitions,
the Ministry of Defense maintains
an arms industry which produces
munitions of various types. light
and medium weapons, spare parts
for heavy guns, etc.
The sub-machine gun 1 ii." an
Israeli invention, won the title of
the best submachine gun in the
n:r- imri
*x3sn z?:nn
* t : v T
D"^(?i tnrisi n,l?iB7pa
nns nriDi d-i^ nas nn
7'yn Br-in p^J n^,pi'? an")
.ns-isa
t : t :
-nfca D*j?a ,r\\ Erai dm in:
.n^Kas nTpyn pnoan
a-non n^ianri nix:an
'P>n .-Jirai ?(? p^i ,DTin7
.nanai laa ptfp ^iVn
wntf ,*^to7- ^psn nri
nxin1? naT .n-^mir nnsax
t t r : r t : 1
nnra aion y"7pan nri
world, after it stoood the test with,
various other weapons. Israel ex-
ports this sub-machine gun to a
number of European countries.
Israel has no military alliance
with any other country, and it can
rely only on its own forces.
TSAHAL is aided-by the experi
ence of older armies, and it assists
other much younger armies.
Military missions from various
countries, mainly from Asia and
Africa, come to Israel in order to
observe TSAHAL'3 methods of
training, organization, and warfare.
Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
ISOttl St. Reconstructionist. Rabb'
Morris Skop.
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal Rabhi Leon Kroni*n
Cantor David Conviser.
v I .-> |i in Sc!''ii...i "The ':
.'! i' -.!. her, i In Pa.i I
and the Teai h< r." Sal irda> I"
.:/. h ;.u>. .ii ..I Mi. and
Mrs Mi viin Klelman. tlas Mlti\ .1.
M.l S II.- .' ...i .: !i II ..i -
i i.i i .. > Mil bin .
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
2^nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M
Machtai. Canter Abraham Reiseman
p .... |>,.
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TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6428 SW S:-
St. Conser*at.ve. Rabbi R.i.,ih 2.
Qlixman.
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rEVPLE EMANU-tL. 1701 Wisi-ing.
ton Ave. i-onser* eti- -"oi Irvino
Lehr-man. Cantor Zvi Adler.
loj > |i.n i h n
n rai Ion,
i .- i

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I :. : .'. K
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Raboi
Joseph R. Narot.
I ,.i ,\ v i'. p : Sermon a Tiien
AhMilute Mral Values '
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRA'.-AR.
3500 SW 69th Way. Conservative.
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
---- ----
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per.
1--| i.,.. 11..I i a Brad ...'
i\ ill p.i. :. hiate In sei \ lee Sal ui
II a.in. Bar Mltavah: I'aul, i-"ii Mi
.i ..I Mr* Ki.imIn > 'li-it
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 20 ?oth St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owita. Cantor Nico Feldman.
Pr :.iv r. |i m Si i ''. Moi ny,
Wli.n i- i ;..,!" Temple's I SYeis will
pavrticlpate) in services Saturday '. .i.m
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St a-d
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
Prtda) 8:13 ii.m Sermoi "Th Blpas-
InaTa ot Motherh.....i "
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi'
Samuel April.
Friday 7:30 p.m. Sert >- fi r k ni.r-
eHrifii araduates Saturda> '" .i m
Uar Mltsvah: limy, .-"ii ol Mr. .in.
Mrs. Carl Kaplan.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary office 1820 NE IMth St
Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy.
Cantor Chet Gale.
Prlda} *<:15 p.m. at \Va>.hinati>ii Pad*
eral. 69! NE l7tli St Children oeto-
biatinit May birthdays trill be !.......I
Etelialoui School students in tti- ;ml
Krade ill present 'What Mother's
Pay M'-ans I.. Me." un tion of Miaa Smaii Greene, Religious
School teacher.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E.
4th Ave.. Hialeati. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Frida> 8:16 p.m. bennon: "i:*-m-'mb>'r
Our M-ithers." Snttinlax '. a.m.
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zaniora Ava
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell r
oer. Cantor Ben Dickson.
Prida> 8:1a p.in. Sermon: "lU-lWf'-i
to and Them." *aa.turda> 9:4S i.m.
.-.mil.n "Portion ..r th^ Week."
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TEMPLE 2ION. 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
Priday !:15 p.in a*ermon 'Anclenl
Wise Saylnas Related t.. Modern Uv-
Ins Snl irda |0 .i m Bar M Ii
Joel, son ..I Mr. and Mrs Phltlierl
a
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick.
Prlda> .': p.m Permoi "WTi: ihe
''-.: Shab-
hnl In hm
Pol tli 'i if the w

VOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 17-st St
Orthodox. Rabbi Shervvin Stauber.
., II .-. :
I
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YOUNG ISRAEL .,F MIAMI RE4CH
154?.44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Naf-
tali Porush
re then described.
In the first month, on the'fourteInthdlf
. at dusk, la the Lords passover .... on the fifteenth' day of
the same month is the feast of unleavened bread seven d
ye shall-eat unleavened bread'" ((Lev. 23. 3-6). The festival of tha
First Fruits Shavuoti occurs on the fiftieth da> after the fi^-"'
day of Passover. "In the seventh month, in the first dav of th /
month, shall be a solemn rest unto you, a memorial proclaimed
with the blast of horns, a holy convocation. Ye shall do no manner
of servile work Houbeit on the tenth d> of this seventh
month is the day of atonement and ye sha!! afflict vour souk
And ye shall do no manner of work in thai same day; (0r it
is a day of atonement, to make atonement for you before the !
Lord your God .On the fifteenth day of ii,:. seventh month
23. 24 34)
"And ye shall take you on the first day I hi fruii of
trees, branches of palm trees, and boughs ol thick trees, anil
willows of the brook, ar.d ye shall rejoice before the Lord vour
God it is a statute for ever in your ,^
Moses declared unto th-.' children of Israel th
oi" the Lord"" (Lev. 2.1 40-41. 44
Thi$ recounting o* the Weekly Portion of the law Is >.
tracted and based upon "The Graphic History o- the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Vvoliman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher i|
Shengoid, and the volume is available at 2/ W-i'iam $'.. New
Yark 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlanq.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
We Must Mobilize Ta
Sanctify Name of God
ofeki Draiin
By RABBI AVROM L. DRAZIN
The Israelite Center
The forgotten precept of Jewish
life today is the divine injunction
of Kiddush llashem."' This is the
divine precept which enjoins us
to live our lives in such a manner
as t> shed lus-
ter on the DM
ine Name and
Torah. In the ef
fort to shed
such luster on
the divine, w '
have" lent our
efforts t many-
causes. Unfor-
tunately, much
' of our zeal has -
been misguid-
; ed. and. we_ ourselves rush-
ing further and *
further from the path which
will .lead us to sanctified lives.
The role of Judaism in the world
is not to preach to others, nor is
it to convert the world to Judaism.
We are merely enjoined to re-
main staunch and steadfast follow-
ers of the word of the Almighty,
and thereby set an example for
the world.
We have contributed mueh to
the world, but in the process have
neglected to mend our own fences.
Our synagogues, have become fra-
ternal lodges rather than houses
of worship; our Talmud Torahs
have become Bar Mitzvah Insti-
tutes rather than dynamic insti-
tutions of Torah learning.
Yet we have spent millions of
dollars and wasted untold man
hours in an effort to discover the
obvious that our Jewish com-
munity is not increasiiu tor the
simple reason that we h
been able to transmit the
of our Jewish heritagi our
youth.
\ > the time to rec:
i *
This
opf'j: I CaW Mr
ami Rabb i
Coord .. fMUi ii ;,"'
peanng
DR MAX LIPSCHITZ
spiritual lta.lf *!,&& tulb
C \ "*> Mi*"/
Beach .
- -
our primary <:toils auay hm*
"Jewish non-M-etirtaa" iHSa**
tions and back to Ihe Ttaa cation of our youth. As the l#
Rabbi Joseph II Hertz wrote> I
his commentary on the^portwnf |
the week. "If it i*A atWWW
hallow the Name of God f* j8 J
and before the nations, H k**
a more sacred duty to dosdwi*!* I
the children of Israel."
Were we to mobrtue our massif
material and human <*$
the effort to magnify and sancUfy
the Name of the Almighty amons
His people, we would need hav
little concern for the future ot n_
people, and His Nam*; moai "
peoples of the earth
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NW 51st St Miami
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^Jcnisti Fkriidliiann
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Dr. Lipschitz Rabbinical Assn. Chief
**
RABBI MAX LIPSCHITZ
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, spiritual
)n* .-r <>i l$cth Torah Congregation
of No. Miami Beach, was this week
elected by the Rabbinical Associ-
ation of Greater Miami as its pres-
ident for the ensuing year.
Elected as vice-president was
Dr. Irving l>hrman, of Temple
Emanu-El. Miami B^ach, a former
president of the Rabbinical Asso
ciation. Dr. Samuel Jaffe, of Tem-
ple Beth-El in Hollywood, was
[ elected, treasurer, and Rabbi Mor-
ris Kipper, of Temple Judea, Coral
Gables, was elected secretary.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, of Sky
Lake Synagogue, No. Miami
Beach, who is outgoing pres-
ident, was commended "for out-
standing leadership during his
term in office."
Other outgoing officers include
Dr. Lipschitz. vice president: Rab
bi Allen Rutch'k, Southeast Re-
2'onal director. United Synagogue
of America, secretary; and Dr.
Samuel Jaffe, treasurer.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Con-1
gregation Beth El, continues as j
executive vice president.
Rabbi Lipsch'tz was ordained at
Yeshiva University in 1947. He re-
ceived the MA degree from Colum-
bia University in 1948. and the
degree of Doctor of Philosophy at
the University of Wisconsin in I
1964 His dissertation on "Hassidio
School of Gur" will be published |
this year.
He also attended the Hebrew
Theological College of Chicago for
arn Against Civil Rights Backlash
Continued from Page 1-A
jits leader, told the symposium
t< -Jews must understand that
betimes ill :< transition period
ten more critical of our
IM. nds than of our ene-
r i lyveld declared that "I
I n it -< rve the cause of Negro
J:,: pat on because 1 expect the
s me in return. The
, remember the
Is 1 Rally Held
> ami Beach
, le branches,
Democrat
niht at 25 ''.
B a h
he I ''" '"
ihe International La-
in LdcafS 415 and 475
er ol the Daily '
ii B Ion; and Mi
i-. member of the "Oldtimers
k, a former member of the
Executive Committee of
Workmen's Circle, addressed
, ally in Yiddish. Gladnick
... hi the local labsr movement.
'< "ihors of *he """onram corn-
ier were Sam Weiner, Isidor
ii ami Louis Levine.
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
'r>*n Every Dor Closed Sobbolh
40 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Miomi's Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Oeoler
jer ar.ii the oppression is un-
conditional."
He said the backlash" was in
-esponse to the confirmation be-
ween N'egroes and Jews in low
ncome areas and the Negro-Jew-
: sh conflict in problems of educa-
::id allied concerns. He said
ihis reaction showed itself in
'gratuitous advice" to Jewish or-
: i. is to tend to their Jew-
-ii knitting." He contended that.
intrary. Jews "must de-
: ourselves. Our rea-
is nol to maintain
_ tto rat< ness a Ne-
ei Kar to t..k< the
- n us 1

C-. JoacHim Prinz, ma^in?
his last i.'iress as president,
warned of "danger signals"
threatenirj cor-tlr'ja'ion of Jew-
- ii'; in t:-.e United States. Ha
cited inc.'r'srence among Jews
1o Jewish his*ory, particularly
imcnj colleg? youth. The cur-
rent generation was no longer
moved by the slaughter of Eu-
ropean Jewry or by the emer-
gency of Israel.
He also referred to ignorance
of Jewish values and ethical im-
peratives and their application to
mrent problems, as well a> iso-
lationism and lack of identifica-
tion with the rest of "the house-
hold of Israel."
He urged more intensified sup-
orl ol Jewish education by local
lewish communal groups, assert
|ing that if commitment to the
'hurch-state separation principle
tarred financial aid to schools,
hen Jews must demand full sup-
v-i of Jewish by Jewish
ms and welfare funds.
He said Jews must join in the
le for racial justice and
ll war on poverty because
erhood, equa.ity and con-
i for the nocr "ore among
ihe crcat vaiucs of our faith."
Hi sa >. ican Jewis
tovir. r to
zatioi S
. mmunih Relations A \ -
auneil and the Confe < i .-. ol
'residents of -Major Jewish Or-
:anizations as evidence that Jews
>f all type- ol views could '..
rough! together in "matters ol
ommon Jewish concern."
four years. He was a student of the
renowned Rabbi J. B. Soloveitchik.
Before coming to Miami in
1959, he was spiritual leader of
Beth Israel Center in Madison,
Wis., for 12 years, his first and
only pulpit prior to Beth Torah.
Locally, Dr. Lipschitz has been
active in various communal pro-
grams. He is former 'Secretary and I
vice president of tie Rabbinical I
Association. Rabbinical Advisory'
Board of the Federation, coordi-
nator of the Rabbinical Page of
'I Ii" Jewish Floridian, the Hebrew
Academy, vice president of B'nai
B'rith, Israel Bonds, member of
the South Florida Council of Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, and chair-
man of its Commission of Jewish
Affa;rs, member of the Knights of
Pythias, honorary chaplain of Jew-
ish War Veterans, board member
of Florida Anti-Defamation league
American Friends of Hebrew Uni-
versity, and many other organiza-
tions.
In Madison and in the State of
Wisconsin, he took an active part
in many Jewish and non-Jewish
causes and was appointed to th"
Commission on Human Rights. He
received the Page One Award for
lnterfaith Activities pT.'.'the Wis-
consin newspapers.
Dr. Lipschitz is married to the
former Miriam LehrmMtj and the
couple have "three, ^jfdren,
Sander, Rochellc, and JoayanMe.
In assuming tfte pr^den*+ Dr
Lipschitz declared, "if *,'ma .con-
viction that the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation is the'wost rpp#rfktive
body of the Jewish cortYiiiuwlty, to
both the JeWisn. atM..lWfl-Jewish
communities. It is- 'ourilntaittitn to
establish thdlv status i&ecftttVtically
for the' advancement ofth relig-
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Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Georgetown Students Heil Hitler And Laugh
J d 1: Washington
A M^OfAAL MAY rise in Washington
t%th$DH-vmillion Jews slain in his-
tory's greatest crime. Public response is
grovungfor^lhis proposal because uni-
veri^ptstuabnt.-r shocked the national
capital by shouting Nazi cheers at a bas-
ket balljiame.
OMHfvn University, a Catholic in
stitunorr^imed for its foreign service school for young
diplomat*, recently generated an intense controversy.
Complaint?'erupted when student cheerleaders, dressed
in it*iaacnf Nazi military attire and Arab robes, led the
eheeri^-.section in screams of "Sieg Heil" and Nazi
salutes.
Emotions became heated when Georgetown author-
ities failed promptly to denounce the antics. One uni-
versity spokesman noted that the complaints emerged after
Georgetown defeated New York University, a school at-
tended by many Jews. It was alleged that "soreheads"
were peeved by defeat and sought to raise a false issue
of anti-Semitism. The Nazi display was depicted as inno-
cent student fun.
A university official announced, however, that Nazi
antics would be eliminated in future games with New-
York schools attended by large Jewish student bodies.
Half-hearted "apologies" were made by a delegation of
student leaders.
The Washington Post deplored the university's con-
duct. An editorial stated that "a Georgetown official main-
tains that the stunt, done at games for a number of years,
was
faculty flfca
harmless intent, the newspaper found .h, v
stration "in bad taste, no matter whom th. *"*-l
playing. The university should have wo-nbl!^
stopped the stunt long ago,"
Instead of repenting, Georgetown
and many students bristled with int.,.
were privately voiced that Jews were too*2LC!**'l
could not take a joke. University authorities: H
refusal to make a forthright repudiation of Le'WuH
some regarded as a negation of the ecumenical
A letter to the editor of the Ceorgetow t
newspaper, "Hoya. came from a student at w! '
American University who was deeph offendwi' "5on'!
Nazi display he personally witnessed' -
that the stunt, done at games tor a numDer ot years, A Norman rcfcrred to an incident he" fm S^ **!
merely clowning around.'" Despite the professed on the sick or perverted." 'ound b-.rderingl
He said: "I am
Overseas Newsletter: By EL1AHU SALPETER
Tel Aviv U. and Energetic Dr. Wise
Jerusalem
A MIDST WAVES of mutual re-
*^ criminations between his sup-
porters and opponents, the mer-
curial President of the Tel Aviv
University submitted his resigna-
tion. This time it is final, he told
correspondents on the eve of his
departure for a business trip to
the United States and observers tend to believe
him this time, lhat is unless his arch opponent
in the controversy. University Rector Benzion Katz
submits his resignation.
The dispute that come to a head with Dr. Wise's
resignation less than three years after he took over
his post is a result as much of a clash of personal-
ities as of ideas and principles. Dr. Wise, who in his
younger years emigrated from Palestine to the
United States and there attained academic status
in the field of sociology, later amassed a fortune
UN Listening Post:
By SAU1 CARSON
ECOSOC Failing
United Nations
"The united nations Econom-
ic and Social Council has just
concluded its 40th session it
meets twice every year with
Israel onco more the phanl
member of this vital organ of the
N.
ECOSOC had just been enlarged
from 18 members to 27. In the process ol adding
nine members to this important body, no room
could be found for Israeli membership. Three Aral)
members are on ECOSOC now Algeria. .Morocco
and Iraq There are two other Moslem states on the
body Pakistan and the United Republic of Tan-
zania. Because of the perpetual lock-out from major
UN bodies enforced by the Arabs and Moslems
(backed by the USSR) a ploy tacitly accepted here
even by Israel's friends like the United States. Brit-
ain and France Israel is conspicuously missing
among the members. Yet Israel was there not
among the members but among the topics on the
ECOSOC agenda. Israel was present because two
of the major issues on that agenda concern Israel.
One of these issues is human rights. The other is
desalination of water.
On the human rights front, Israel is at least rep-
resented on two oi ECOSOC's subsidiary bodies
the Commission on Human Rights and that organ's
Subcommission on Prevention of Discrimination and
Protection of Minorities (the title of that body has
just been changed, bung called now a Committee of
Experts.) But in water desalination, Israel lacks an
official ECOSOC voice. Yet one oi the major reports
discussed by ECOSOC at this session dealt with
water desalination.
The report had been submitted by Secretary-
General U Thant because the entire world is inter-
ested in obtaining more and more fresh water for
parched lands and thirsty peoples around the globe.
Phantom' Israel was all over that report, explicity
and by implication.
Two United Nations agencies are dealing with
the topic of water desalination. One of the is the
International Atomic Energy Agency winch is Inter-
ested because, more and more, technology is turn-
ing toward the use oi nuclear power (or lu.il-pui pose-
plants enterpriser that would use atomic power
for the simultaneous production of electric snergy
and the desalination of seawater into fresh water.
The other is the old United Nations Special Fund
which has sent study teams to Israel to help Israel
prepare studies on the development of dcsalinatioa
plants.
The basic desalination plant studies were pre-
pared by a joint Israeli-United States gioup.
there and in Mexico in the paper business After the
establishment of Israel, he became one of the fin-
ancial benefactors of the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem not less by his ability to get others
to contribute than by his own contributions.
When he failed in his bid to become president of
the Hebrew University in 1963. he quit in a huff and
accepted the presidency of the fledgling Tel Aviv
University, which at that time was still fighting for
survival in part against the Hebrew University
of Jerusalem whose Tel Aviv extensions were com-
peting with the local university. In the present pois-
oned atmosphere, few people recall that at that time
Rector Katz waxed almost poetic speaking about the
"rare luck and fortune" that befell the Tel Aviv
University in gaining the services of Dr. Wise. Few-
remember, too. that it is to Dr. Wise's credit that
the Hebrew University abolished its Tel Aviv exten-
sions amicably, leaving the field open for the rapid
expansion of the native campus.
The enthusiasm of the Rector soon began to wane
as Dr. Wise's whirlwind activities began to wreak
havoc with the set pattern of things in Tel Aviv On
a theoretical plane, the dispute was between the
concept of slow but solid growth favored by the
Rector and other old-timers on the faculty, and the
speedy if less well-founded expansion. Major issues
of contention were the School of Journalism and
the Faculty of Fine Arts, both of which were estab-
lished at Dr. Wise's insistence despite objection from
Dr. Katz. The first open fight between the two oc-
curred over the establishment of the School of
Medicine Rector Katz claimed that the university
was not yet ready for it organizationally and finan-
cially, but Or. Wise insisted lhat Tel Avivi must have
a School oi Medicine ii its university is to be of real
academic usefulness, lie threatened with resigna-
tion and won The establishment of the School
ot Medicine was approved and bis friend Prof, De
Vrees somewhat of a maverick personality not
unlike Dr Wise himself became the dean ol the
new school.
From then on it would need a major volume of
research to trace the paths and dead alleys of the
running fight. The Rector and most of the Academic
Senate charged that Dr. Wise, on his innumerable
trips to America, hired professors, accepted funds
for new Chairs and even new schools without con-
sulting the academic authorities. Dr. Wise charged,
on the other hand, that the Rector used such ab-
sences to make crucial decisions which should have
waited for the President, who in most cases would
have decided probably otherwise. The net result of
such a state of affairs is that buildings are going
up on the campus before the schools to occupy them
are properly organized, and people are employed
in high positions, but the president refuses to talk
to them or give them any work to do.
m referring to the incident h.
Georgetown student, dressed in what appeared Z*
Nazi uniform, stood up and screamed out a sho- '
in German or in English with a heav\ Herman aw-nt**
The entire Georgetown cheering section rose
the Nazi salute, many times in rapid successim
Mr. Norman added that "I don'l put all ife ui'
for this disgusting action on the Georgetown si
happened to be sitting one row in front of the *
reserved for Jesuit faculty members
ection I
*' (he ap-> nf tk.1
incident. 1 turned around to watch Ihe
Georgetown faculty. Some were laughing and
seemed to be enjoying themselves I saw no e: I
of dismay at the incident."
Joseph O'Brien, sports editor ol Ihl Geoi
dent newspaper, wrote an indignant letti to "T kw\\
Week." He maintained that the N .'. 'I
merely goodnatured actions of a group ol collegi I
and -hould not be taken in such a serious hqht


Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Don't Applaud
A FTER HIS performance,mW
** Negro entertainer is v. i,
say: "Don't applaud me. Tak- rut
to lunch when it's not Brother-.xid
Week."'
Being interfaithful in Feb:-;,
is like being feelingly filial
Mother's Day When your llM
gels her telegram, flower- or
....,,..<. on ner Special Day. she's i robablj
whelmed because she knew all Ihi lime what -a-
rig to happen,
What really thrills us i~ ected
kindness And if we truly like a
. < OUght tO seek npporiui il
l it when it's not awa
Don't you find that predict luces
- li we greel our family the
isn't it dull If a speaker doi
ti lions'' If a worsl
same tone, doesn't n gel w i
Ritual becomes rputine done
.: varying manner And, remei ine --
. 'cd to the word rut.
To get out of the rut is to gi\i lerve to li:'e and
ioj to our fellow-man. Imagine how your mother
would feel if today she got a phone call from you.
as a surprise. I can hear her ask: Why did JOB
call today? It's not my anniversary or birthday or
Mother's Day?" And I can almost hear the throMuns
of her heart, and yours, as you reply: "Beca1:*
love you. That's why."
Going to a worship service even when there;->
yahrzeit or family simcha, giving a donation wttW
being solicited, humming Dayemi in December or
"Rock of Ages" in Mav, doing someone a favor ever j
if he hadn't done vou one, cheering up your ^
at the dinner table with some cha:-tof-pace w'
sion these are examples of the ways
we can provide pleasant surprise
to others.
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Discrimination in Teaching Profession
ARE PUBLIC school teaching jobs
** closed to people in religious garb?
This interesting question has been
brought before the Missouri Human
Rights Commission by Brother K Thom-
as McCarver, a member of the Christian
Brothers Brother Thomas, who holds
.i Master's degree in education from St.
Mary College in Winona, Minn., claims
in his petition to the Unman Rights Commission that the
State Board of Education is discriminating against him
because of his religion
Brother Thomas says that he filed the complaint to
clarify the position of Catholic teachers under the IS
Elementary and Secondary Education Act. He points out
that under the Act. all children, regardless of race or
creed, are able to participate: yet since the classes are
held in public schools, he feels left out.
Earlier, Brother Thomas raised with the director of
certification for the state board ol education the
of whether that board can issue certificates
tutor pupils in public schools after school '
wanted to participate in such a i-----' lll,(Ul..
... -in
mentary and Secondary Education Act
tional certification authorities decided this
missible under the 1905 law
The fact that Brother Thon is has Jitter is not
porting him in his appeals suggesl
only of regional, but of national int< ^
For behind this probing Is a greal a"**s ,',f th<
questions raised by the decision ol ine > ,
United States when, in putting """'' ,' lU.h 0
and Education Act last year, thai bod} 'atl0n B>
to blurr over the principle of church sta e
involving private schools. Without mention ^_._ ^
schools specifically, the Act. as it is no
mtnted, provides help for such institution.


Lq May B 1966
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LEGAL NOTICE
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UIL(,RIDA IN AND FOR nDE
YOUNTV. IN CHANCERY
" No. 60C 4462
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K.i>nl"''.
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his WIFE,
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lani 'I action nan been Instl-
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. .1 nnd 11
to pre*enl nn> claim* anil demunda
which you may have nKaliiKl the es-
i I.- of AI'.KAll \M WEINSTEIN di
i late of I lade ..uni>, Florida,
in i in- t'orint) .1 udtci v or I iad* >ut I
11 tl ii. ii i il j|il eii and ,, ^
. i in Section TS:i Hi, Florid i
Statuti s, iii ilieii offlci Hn i'ounty
Courthouse In Hade County, Florida,
within si\ calendar monthti from the
: ii si iitiblival U'n hi I -
me will l>< biiftWiR
riated in Miami, l-l.J*ne
daj
RtUIKII I ii iNWAY Hl'MPlllUES
As Admlnlslrutor
HA VI11 M. HOXSHAK
Attorni Administrator
U7 N\\ 7tli Si Miami, Hn.
I
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Vprll, \.H
I.l I.I.I AN NI-:i.Sii\
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Plot pllll
'in
I.i:- -X A KI'STKIN
Alto in-} for i
121) Kd., Miami I
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ai "" a.m.. or as soon
the -.an,, may be heard,
IIM \rj '.iuvl;"N' ViHitSICI.F A.C-
ATHIl) at Miami. Hade County,
''. 'ii thi tith day of April, |66
SSRAH ai.ick pi:i.L
..,. Petitioner
*XKI.|\ D. KRKl'TZER
rney for Petitioner
rth Street
land, Fiorina
1 i j; 1-0842
____________ 4, 10-L':'-:':i 5 1
iLHE.,^.0UNTV JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
L_ ,, No. 70310 C
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''' VRD GROSS
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Utora .,,,,1 All Persons llav-
da A;;..inst S.,1.1
notified ami required
Mm claims and demanda
against thi i
. "' l.HWAIci. QltOSS deceased
Ii il V",'" Co"ty, Florida, to the
[."i ; "' Hade County, and
I f In d ipllcate and .
I ~." '""' ':;:; 16, Florida Stal
I,:.,'", offlcee in the County
I '[ I>adi County, Florida,
' dai ii..nulls from the
be barred" ......'""f- '"'
SIDNEY lii.l \l
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1
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t hei,',.f, r, cord* i in Plr, t Bo
at r.e.....i '' 1'i.iee Records
of I ...... County,
You .nc required to serve copy of
your iinswei ,,| Other pleading "ii tie
Plaii tlfrn' attorney. ci. Ml i:i.'Hi:i 17 Flot Ida nil file the oilKlnal an-
-I i ii. offfi i he i 'lerk of the
Circuit or before the iTtii
if Ma the allc-
tnttionii of sai.i complaint will be
taken n^ colilwse.J : .. yu
' ..i, ,ii Mi.in 1, I '..I. Cunt). Flor-
ida, this Hth daj I
!'. p. i.i:.\thi:kman
Clel H -iivl
(Seall i:> : I. KN'EKl iEN
I lepul, C
4 15-22-29 "./ii
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AMD FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65841-B
ll I Ksi.it,- of
MAR I'll \ P TRI'SHEI M
I........I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
> I i i'ii '!: i- hi p by t:i*... Hvii '
Miami, inteii u to recistei unid n..... have fill Final Report and Pell-
hi 'Ii 11. ul tin < 'ii nit Co rt ol (hm HI trlbutlnn I I lis-
chartti
of >l VRTHA P. TRi'SHKIM, di
eeiii i Hull on th. 10th ilni
KKSKl.ER, yiASSJ I .. I'.Ki Ki:i:.M.\.\ May, I!i6il, will apply to the Hon
I '.. u:- > .III f 1
Ida, for apn aid Plnal 11
Coral Cable
I'la.
'
. and ( r nnd final
. h ..- Co-KxiM-utoi s of the
--------------------- _______ ol (Ii above-named decedent, This
NOTICE CY PUBLICATION 1 11 > ilaj of .Much
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE B|1\V1N R, TKl'SHICIM
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF JOHN S"l.o\ I II N I' JR
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE AI.I.KX M STOI.AR, KSQ., Attorney
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERi."B\ tSIVEN thai
111
I.
I.i
Avi nu
wit
..|
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 66C 4015
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
jam: PILLAR.
r ilntiff.
v *
ANHUEW PI I.I.Alt,
I'. i. 11 1.1111.
TO: ANDREW PILLAR
2.11 Morgan Av<
South Ambny, Xi :'
You, ANI >UEW PI I.I. VIS. are hi r. -
220 71st SI Miami Bi acb, I la.
IN THE COU\TY JUDC.E'<-, COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 69507-A (BLANTON)
: P" Ksl
sa.mi i:i. STERN,
l,.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IV t! I \ :>
Ihe und
AMERi 'AN RK.< T^ VV'h IS
i.i Minn
: ':
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I 'ount' .
VM ERICA X IIK.M'TY Will
i 'i mil m: vti' ix
R> li.V OVE. Pn still
SMITH ,\ M VNIH El!
By II VP.ltV 11 SMITH
.
1 ii Road
M i PI. Id
hi notified that a Bill of Complaint I'ii All i mil All Persons Hav-
i,,i- i .m.nii-i yn or Hi mands \.
,iii,l vim are required to serve a copy '' ''
our Answ.i or Pleaduiu i" the run an hereby notified and required
Bill' of Complaint on the Plulntiff's any claim- an.I den
nttornev.- LEVEY, CHRISTIE, LEV- which ^ innj have wains! (hi -
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69945-C
In RE i
i ; VIA RI M S,
I'. i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I tlil All Perw.il. H >' -
nl in. i..i lit-mauilx VKiiin I Sa i
Vij are hereb} nol Ified ., nil re -
ipilred I
mnmls havi
,11 EL MA III'1
ei aseil lad n I 'adi i 'ount}. :
to the i I
ami file ih.
. .i In s.cthm ::< I
Htatllti i ll the Ci
Coiirih. I ..il. < '..mil > I
within I ;:n in.,ntii
iim, ni i In first publication i
or thi same w 111 b, ha red
ANN \ MARCCS
on
he Utldi In knsTBIN & SIRKIN, T"'1 ^' "' SAMPEL STERN, ,1......1 As Vdilll"lstl'ali i\ i'T V
u-iiic- name \||.hi, l-lorida 33U12 and file "."' "! Hade Cniini Florida, i i the First publl it Ion of tl
,i,|- g HOT'S BAR it X\V lith ,, nil; .linlc of Dn.li -.,1, .].,, ,., vprll
.ni, Intend to ,,f( ,-, ,,r (he Cireiilt Court ril. tin sami In duplicate nnd ns pro- ROBERT ll TRAl'RIil
Hi Ihe Clerk nf (In Courl ...... ,...., t| Lilh ,luJ ,,, Ma} i'1"1 '" Si W3.1B, Florida Slat- Attorney for Adi l> C.T.A.
Hade County, Plorldit ....., l( vuu ,.,,| ,., ,| w, )tidginent I ",'es, In their .,.....a in the Comity n::" duPoni ItiiililliVK
LCTIIER vv U'i:AiMll.i:i'"i:i; u default will I" taken lutainsl you ''urtboiii 11 I Hide County, Ploildu, Miami, I
KlROTHY M. tt B.VTHERKORD, ,,. Ul, lvn,, ,,, ,,..,ll,i,.,i | ,i,,. Bill of "ln" ."''"' months fr..... the 4 I5-22-2S
1
his w If
KESKLER. MAS.-IA BI-7CKERMAN
Allot ae} s for Applii .ini~
4Vd BUI........ VV a.. lor .1 (Sables
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS MKRHItY (1IVKN thai
tin underslgni d, desh inn t" i run
Inisincss under th- nrtllloui name !
THE SIM ORC.ANIZATION at Suit.
i!nl. 117.". H.K. i'.'.'li siic.i. North
Uiaml, Florida Intend to register said
nunie with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of paile County, Florida.
KlIltNAKI. aCHONIOER
THOMAS K 1RBLANU
MYERS, KAPI.AX PORTER
Attorney^ for Reglatrants
ll.'ill S.VV. 1st Sttct
Miami. Florida
I -i'ii :. 6-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 4380
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ANTONIO OTILLERMO UINARD,
Plaintiff.
J.IPI.IV MARIA IH-: LOS AN'lKl.i:-
Ml >N rKRO de (SINARD
I ', l. inIan;
|'i i
.11 i.l v MARI VUK -OS AN< IELES
, MONTRROdeOJNARO
mo claims and demanda | Calle IW Nu n
, ",l:iv have against the es- Marlanun
Alii QRl IS8 dec, as, ,1 Havana. '
County. Florida to the YOl' VRE IIKREIH notified thai
a O
tiled it itnsl nil at 'i you
requin '' :,n
ti tin

M-l OHI : *'
Miami, F'lortd ind
1
or be*i
i .
[>,< '.
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Uei
l.....plaint.
Tills not i shall be publlsheil once
each w ,. ;, foi .....I unset ntlit ivei
in THE JEW Isll F'LORIHIAN.
In INK AMI I 'RI lERKI i at Miami.
I i.....la, tins luth daj ol April, A.D.
K i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
i ii ;,t i "oitrt. I >ade i 'ounty, Florida
I Seall i:> f P COlBI*AND
Deputy 1'lcik
LEVEY, iMii:i.-iii:. i.i:vi:nsti:in
a SIRKIN
Uy: IRVVIN t: CHRISTIE
Attorneys for Plaintiff
4 J2-29 5/6-1S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 3581
THE VV II.I.IAMMU'BOH
SAVIN'!.- HANK.
Plaintiff,
vs.
RI IBERT l >AU: CHEEK, 11 us.
I >cf. ndants
NOTICE OF SUIT
IV ROBERT li.vi.E CHEEK aad
ALICE I. CHEEK, his wife,
i7i Marlni Btrt el
South Bend, Indiana
you ait hereby notified thai tin
above i action lias been In-
stil a:, d ugalnsl you In thi i 'In i I
Court in und for Hade Count} lo fore-
. upon the following
desclibi I i eal pi opi rt}
Lol ll Block 73 NORWOOH PIKTH
ABLUTION SECTION TWO, u
cording [o the Plal th.....
....... |>|U| Book ul Page
109 of tin Itecoi d- ul l '.ol.
\ I fill II |>,.ll-l\e
!. and
time ..i the flrsl publication hereof,
or i; rill i,,. I.ni .
I '.....i nl Miami, Florida, tin.- 19th
day o| April. V.l' 1966
Pl.l/. VP.F3TH STIMIV
As Vdmlnlstrntrlx
Pi'-i puhlleatlon of thin nol
tin- 22nd da} of April, i......
HAROI.n SHAPIRO
An,nu, > for Ellsnlielh Stern.
Admlnlalnvtl i\
!>27 Llm oln Road, Miami Bern h, Pla
4 2l'-l'H 5 8-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63789-C
IN RE: Estate of
LESTER ARRINOTON,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- hereby Klven thai I have
filed Final Report and Petition for
Histrd,ution and Final discharge a*
Administratrix of the .state of LES-
TER ARRINOTON, deceased: and
that on I lie I7tli day of May. 1988,
will apply to the Honorablt County
Juilges ,.t Pad.- County, Piorida. for
approval of said Final Report and f-.r
distril.ui i. -ii and final dis.liat-j.- Rt
Admlnbttratrlx ,.t tin eslati of the
al...\c Hallled .lecedcllt Thi* 1 _-" It ii.l\
..r April, 1966
THKLM V MITi'llKI.I,
HARRY M ROSS, ESQ.
Attorne}
i; : All di v Rulldlng
M i .1111. 1**1..i ..I .
4 S2-29 3 ''.-IS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTK'Kj is HERERY filVEN that
m pi ilatlff's thi until I .:.
\ i-'i \ i: i... FVd ti busine.- nder the
rids
1.......
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CENT
., s
Dad

i .iiivv i-i a i:i.i .ri: -
: 1. lids
of ih,. Ch 'ourl of I >a le 'ounly,
I
HERBER I' VYERT1IEIM
IENNI UTIIE1MICH
: IAN
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62214-C
In RE: Bslal. of
I'.K.VI \ M1N Kl 'I'P
I '. .cis. d.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DSCHARGE
V'lTH'K. i- hereby grtven that W6
have filed Plnal Rejiorl and Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
as Executors of the estate of BEN-
JAMIN Kid-!', deceased; and that on
thi 16th day of May, 1966, will apply
to the Honorable County .indues of
Hade County, Piorida. for approval
of said Final Report and for distribu-
tion and final duoharge as Executors
of the estate of tlie above-named d.-
cedent. This 13th day ,.r April, 1968.
SADIE KOFK
HOPIS* FINK
OEl iR( IE fllLBfERT. Attorney
One i.h.....In Road Rulldlng
Miami Beat ii. Florida.
l 13-22-29 r./e
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 3773
NOTICE BV PUBI ICATION
ABR WIAM RAPFAI'ORT
Plaintiff,
OERAIJ ilNE PA I'l'Api IRT,
dam
Tl I (1ERAL1 dNB R MM' vl IRT
:::ti', N Spaulding Avi i
l i 'allfornl
Yi If AKi: HEREBY Ni rTIPl
!
Complaint f r Dlvoi ce filed i i
'..
STEIN
: .
ami, i- i
li tin CI, rh of tin
.... ..... ,
1966,
........ i .
v
Ida, this
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09 nan &
ii Beach High alumnae
Weissman graduated, wilh
hol from the University of
|i;.. ;. School of Education on
A.,. 24 Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. David S. Weissman. 720
an Avo Aileen will teach
all) County, a suburb of
:., Ga., starting in Septcm-
I
: localites who received
then 1966 diplomas in Gainesville
! Smilan and fiance Don-
ald lescher Daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Smilan.
BA was in education .
Her roritv is Alpha Kpsilon Phi
Donald, son of Mrs. Irma
:. now has a RS in business
-Iration Guests at
ncement exercises, in addi-
tion to their parents, included
Id's brother and spouse. Dr.
and Mrs. Edward Tescher. his
sister, Mrs. Martin Karns, and an
aunt, Mrs. Estelle Moskowitz .
their marriage, planned
I.ii July 31. the new graduates
will live in Gainesville where the
ctive bridegroom will at-
tend law school, and his bride
int. will teach.
rt "
Frances (Mrs. Albert) I.ind has
I list returned from I.exington.
Va where grandchild Jessica
as horn Apr. 20 to the former
Martha Lind and Marc Winston,
who i- attending Washington and
lii there The new mother
SABEL GROVE
was educated al Miami Beach
High and the University of Mi-
ami ... In addition to the Linds,
Beachite grandparents, baby Jess-
ica has another set in New York.
Mr. and .Mrs. liuin Winston .
Houseguesting lor the next 10
days with his parent.-. Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Tokayer. 362] S\v
15th St., Rabbi Marvin Tokayer,
of Ilillcresl Jewish Center, L.I.,
u ill he 1 ;: in; SO 'ii for a \\ anced
study at the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem.
Food ran the gamut from cokes
to champagne, hot dogs to roast
beef, to satisfy the diversified
tastes of the 100 guests who as-
sembled to wish Lynda Sue Kline
"happy sweet sixteen" birthday
. Hosted by the sub-deb's par-
ents, Mr and Mrs Marshall
Kline, music with a heat for the
affair, held at the Park Lane Res-
taurant on Coral Way. was by
"The Evils" Lovely star of
the evening. Lynda chose a most
becoming white frock, and had
Sandy Sokolow as escort.
Over 50 guests gathered at the
bridal shower given for Hazel A.
Cohen last Saturday by Mrs. Mel-
vin Harrison and Mrs. Marvin
Levin Held in Mrs Harrison's
home, 714 Calatrava, setting for
the luncheon, served on the patio
around the swimming pool, was a
magnificent collection of rare and
Continued on Pge 5-B
~afewis]bL Floridxan
Miami, Florida, Friday. May 6, 1966
Section 3
Pleased with the results of Temple Beth Am's
efforts for the Combined Jewish Appeal, these
women leaders were among guests attending
Saturday niaht's Victory Dance at the Beth
Am Social Hall. They are (left to right) Mrs.
Stanley Gilbert. Mrs. Herbert M. Baumgard.
Mrs. lay I. Kislak. and Mrs. George Malin.
Mrs. Malin is president of the Beth Am Sister-
hood and the wife of the congregation's new
executive vice president. Mrs. Gilbert served
on the Victory Dance committee and the
wife of a new vice president of the congre-
gation.
give Mother a care-free gift
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no iromnal
no work!
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How she'll love the old world elegai
the lovely look of lace, combined with the
modern, easy care dualities of v i
Stereo-Lace cloths in "Versailles' oat-
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completely lined, wipe clean with
a damp cloth V.
54x54" square
70" round
60x90" oval or oblong
$4
$6
S6
linens, fourth floor DOWNTOWN K\km
(at oil 6 Burd.ne's stores!
REMEMBER, MOTHER'S DAY IS MAY 8th.
STORE FOR YOUR
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Friday. May 6, 1966
*Jewisli fhrkttaun
Page 3-1
Beth David Ladies Have New Slate of Officers
Mrs. Irving Weiner, outgoing president of Beth David Sister-
hood, presents the gavel of office to Mrs. Seymour Kaplan,
newly-elected president.
PTA Gavel Goes To Mrs. Benson
Mrs. Jerome Benson, newly
kited president of Miami Beach ;
Senior High School Parent Teacher
Association, will take over the du-'
ties of out-going president, Mrs.;
Theodore Kipnis, at the installa-
tion luncheon Wednesday, 11:30
a.m., at Embers Restaurant.
In addition to Mrs. Benson as
incoming president, other officers
are Mrs. Ralph Mervis, president-
elect; Mrs. Wallace Levin, Mrs.
Donald Koren, Mrs. Harry Needel-
inan, Mrs. Audrey Greenwald, vice
presidents; Mrs. Sahag Giritlian,
recording secretary; Mrs. Ix-o Ash-
er, corresponding secretary; Mrs.
Arthur Lowell, treasurer; and Mrs.
Alexander Libow, supply room
treasurer.
Installing officer will be Mrs.
C. C. Clifton, Jr., state legislation
chairman for Florida Congress of
Parents and Te;ichers.
Miami Beach Senior High Prin
cipal Steve Moore will commend
outgoing officers, and welcome the
new roster.
"What's Behind What Goes Up
Front,'' an original skit by Mrs.
I-conard Rivkind, will highlight the
program following the ceremony.
Mrs. Ralph Mervis and Mrs. Ar-
thur M. Kahn are handling tickets
and reservations for the event.
Headed by Mrs. Seymour Kap-,
Ian, who will serve as president!
of Beth David Sisterhood, the fol-1
lowing officers have been elected
for the coming year:
Cultural vice president, Mrs.
Jerome Stern; membership vice
president, Mrs. Leo Braverman;
ways and means vice president.
Mrs. Seymour Friend; youth vice!
president, Mrs. Lawrence Schcrr:
recording secretary. Mrs. Jack.
Greene; corresponding secretary.
Mrs. Theodore Gordon; treasurer,
Mrs. John Strunin; associate treas-
urer. Mis. Norman Sholk; member-
ship secretary, Mis. Leo Cohen:
parliamentarian. Mrs. David Par-
ncs; advisor. .Mis. Irving Weiner.
Board of directors include Mrs
Albert Beer. Mrs. Harold Berke,
Tifereth Israel
Cites Woman
Mrs. Lilly Lassiter was recently
named Woman of the Year by Tif-
ereth Israel Sisterhood.
Mrs. Lassiter has served as re-
cording secretary of the organiza-
tion for many years.
"Her work and devotion to and
for the Temple and Sisterhood"
were cited in the award.
Mrs. Bernard Gelbert, Mrs. Her-
man Goodman, Mrs. George Laskin.
Mrs. Barnett Levitt, Mrs. Murray
Marcus, Mrs. Edward Merlin. Mrs.
Morris Rabinowitz, Mrs. Marvin
Rosenberg.
Mrs. Max Rosing, Mrs. Nathan
Spiegelman, Mrs. Elliot Witkind.
Mrs. Leonard Wolf, Mrs. Harry
Zuckerman.
Delegates to the congregation
board are Mrs. Harold Reinhai
and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
Mother's Day Program
Florida Senior Citizens Club '-
will mark Mother's Day with
traditional program on Monda;
2 p.m.. at the Floridian Hotel Al "-
Bella Schwartz has been name
"Mother of the Year."
It
KOSHER
MORRISOiVSCHIFF
"THE GOOD FRANKFURT"
HERMAN PEARL
BILL LADIMER
NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS
ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH
Phone 531-6811
Charles Lacombe
is incredibly brilliant.
He drinks milk.
Be incredibly brilliant.
DRINK. IVIILK... IT'S TOO GOOD TO BE
JUST FOR THEYOUNG
MRS. JtROKE BtNSON
Social Club Sets
Celebration Here
New American Jewish Social
Club will hold an Israel "Chai"
.elebration Saturday evening, at
Beth El Congregation.
A buffet supper will be served,
and there will be an orchestra for
dancing. The program will include
the kindling of a Menorah in cele-
bration of the event.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements includes Rubin Offen-
bach, president of the club; Sam
Seidman, vice president; and Wil-
liam Ehrlich, who heads the en-
tertainment committee.
Arthur Drevich, former presi-
dent, will speak, and Rabbi Solo-
mon Schiff will participate.
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PLUS MUCH,
MUCH MORE!
You CAN if you live at
IV/IML APARTMENTS
On Beoufrfuf Biicoyne Bay
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To neip support the work of the Tumor Clinic at V^iiety Chil-
dren 'sfHospital, the United Order ct True bisters, Mic.ni Chap-
ter, donates .S2.200 at its annual fund .uncneon a; the Doral
Bec.i Hotel. President, Mrs. Joseph Baichon, turns the check
ovfc. to Vc::e;y Staif physician, Lr. James A. Whiieside. The
oracnizatior. -Iso raises finds to fight cancer, rives volunteer
services a; the hospital, and has purchased extensive X-ray
eau.i-.mer.: for cancer treatment.
J?!dqe Nathan
To ld"ct New
Varictv Roster
; ".."vi.-'i Worn
,.,, s i ,.,:', ill hold i's in-
stallation C Stion on V !!: '
at th( Do h Ho'cl. All M
a.m. ispital >ur will precede
thi >n luncl
Led by Mrs E Iward .1 Mlniker.
in as i tit, the slate, to
be installed 'udge Raymond
Natbai. inc! i Mrs. George .1
\i; ..n. Mr* Gilbert ( hapl n
Mrs '-n I n vice president :
Mrs ron recordin
retarj Mrs Herman Niswander,
ndin 11 tarj. Mrs. Wil-
liam i mesl .i urer.
'! .: public sen ice di-
rect Eor I 10, will be guesl
. ai Henry Balaban
will tfer a gi ip "'- -onus.
Among honored guests will be
p. v.: iiam .'. president of
Variel 'Chi! Hospital, and
\\ | t. Taylor, executive di-
rectOJ
-man >t the day is Mrs.
Mack Hose. h Mrs. Joseph Mus-
kin. iMrs. Hyman Bronson. and Mrs
Irvirjj Mischnei In charge of res-
ervations.
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Eagerly awaited soc'al event of
the year, the posh Temple
Emanu-EI dedication ball set for
Sunday eve. May 15, in the new
Regency Room of the Diplomat
Hotel Event will climax a
day of activity devoted to ground-
breaking of a new half-million
dollar .social hall and school
building for Emanu-EI at 17th
St. and Collins Ave. The
black-tie gala will be chaired by
Alexander Muss, a temple veep,
whose spouse is working with
Mrs. Max Boderman. wife of the
congregation president. Mrs. Har-
ry A Levy, Mrs. Alexander Ko-
gan. Mrs. Samuel Halperin. Mrs.
Emil Morton, Mrs. Samuel Fried-
land and other lovely ladies all
determined that this will be a
successful affair Insurance
that it will be. is the promise
that the evening will be long on
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plan- ii new b
up by Morris Lapidu-. a tempi
member, who has designed some
of the ration's outstanding struc-
tures.
Dr. Stephen A. Morris look
time out from his duties as chair-
:*nan of the Florida Optometric
Association annual meeting to
hand out cigars announcing the
arrival c-T" Deborah Leigh, "a 6
lb. 5 oz. beauty,"' according to
the proud papa When Lor
etta and the baby return home
from Doctors Hospital, Steve will
get back to planning the conven-
tion to be held at the Doral Beach
Hotel on June 8 to 11.
When Sol Maisel flew up to
New York last week to attend his
parent's 50th anniversary ban
quet, he took with him a gold
champagne bucket engraved with
the names of all their children
and grandchildren, and the mem-
orable date "1916."
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Shopping I enter ..! S. Dix
the three talented ladies a
luring a complete sele I >
domestic and imported yarns
Gong to Discuss
Vir.t Nam Trip
Dade Rep. Edmond J. Gong,
member of the Florida legislature
and former writer for Hong Kong
newspapers and local newspapers
and national magazines, will speak
Monday on his recent trip to Viet
Nam before the Greater Miam:
Men's Organization for Rehabilita-
tion Through Training.
The meeting will begin at 8 p.m.
in the auditorium of Chase Federal
Savings and Loan Association. 425
Arthur Godfrey Rd., announced
Harry A. Rosenblatt, president
Gong will show a film takei i
his Far East tour.
Sky-Lake Camps
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A [building .uid expansion pro-
gram i- now u the process of com-
pletion at Sky-Lake Camps and
will be ready for the 1966 summer
camping season
A luge field house containing a
gym. basketball court, playhouse
and a large recreational porch,
capable of providing progromatic
outlets for the camp at one time
for both day or night activities, is
being constructed in. such a way
that H can be opened on a nice
day and closed when necessary.
Activitie such as basketball, vol-
leyball gymnastics. tumbling,
handbail and paddlcball will be
centered there Activities will be
under the leadership of the camp's
athletic director, Lenny Rosen
bluth. former three-time All-Amer-
ican basketball star from the Urn-
versil' of North Carolina.
Ira Steinmetz is director of Sky-
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- Leopold Schwartz Mr. and Mrs
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Mr. Fred Dalton. Mr. and Mrs Joseph
Weiner, Mr and Mrs. Jack Saunders. Dr. and
Mr and Mrs Philip Ler-
I Mrs Barrj Lewis. Mrs Jack Ablin.
Dan Ruskir Mr- g Baruch.
Mrs Cha kins
AS IT SHOULD BE
The whole reception and formal dinner at
the Diplomat Country Club given by Mildred and
is Gidney in honor of their son. Marc, who
lad just been Bar Mitzvah. revolved around Mare
nd his friends. The children came by themselves
in special limousines, had a bar of their own.
. nd sat at lony red-clothed tables on a raised
The orchestra played every other dance
hem Richard Rickles. Randy Zablo. Susan
Robert and Laurence Kramer, and Judy and
George Luck out-bunny-hopped and out-twisted
oil the kids on the dance floor. Their parents
( course clapped the loudest. Judge Donald Bar
:ack did the judging of the dance contests When
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EVERYBODY IS READY
Hazel Cypen will ha\e to look to her laurels
when her husband is around. Without missing
one name. Judzc Irving Cypen presented each
guest by name to Gov Leroy Collins at the re-
ception they had for him in their home. The
Cypen home is just right for entertaininc As
the dusk changed to darkness, old-time friends
renewed acquaintances, and new acquaintances
became friends Among guests were Judge and
Mr< Harold Spaet. Mr. and Mrs Henry Gewitz.
Mr and Mrs George Stearn. Dr. and Mrs Elliot
Cohen. Mr. and Mrs Al Podvin. Dr. and Mrs. Jesse
Halpern. Mr and Mrs. Harry Zuckernick. Dr.
and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. William Ruben. Mr.
and Mrs Harry Smith. Dr. Lou Lytton. Mr. and
Mrs Teddy Goldstein. Mr and Mrs. Phil Salmon.
Mr and Mrs. Ed OLeary. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
I.ipton. and Commissioner Alex Gordon. From
next door, came the Dr. Harold L'nger family.
PINK ROSES ARE FOR BRIDES
The house and huge green-and-white tent were
filled with pink sweetheart roses when Auroa
and Leonard Abramson honored their son. Han
ey, and his bride. Harriet, at a cocktail party in
their home on South Shore Dr. Harriet, looking
very' newly-married, wore a turquoise ensemble.
For their honeymoon, they had taken a cruise
on the Viking Princess its last trip before
the ill-fated one. Among guests seated at the
rose-co\ered tables were Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Hammer. Mr and Mrs Jay Dermer. Dr. and Mrs
Sherman Kaplan. Judge and Mrs. Eugene Weiss,
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Malek. Mr and Mrs Emil
Morton and Mr and Mrs Morris Fisher
Frances Lehman
Shown with Dr. Irving Lehrman displaying the awards -e-
ceived by Temple Emanu-El USY at the recent regional cod-
ference. are (left to right). Marlene Krovetz. vice c
O. J. Rosenstrauch. chairman of the Youth Commi&sior '' u
Elaine Rubin, youth director; and Mark BunL-r. presides
Hadassah Groups Plan Luncheons
Henl Group of Hadassah will
hold its "Chai" installation of offi-
cers luncheon on Monday noon
at the Algiers Hotel.
Musical program will be pro
vided by Nina Renaud Diamond
Mrs Milton Weinberg. president of
the group, aid that the installing
officer will be Mrs. Henry B Wer-
nick, incoming president of the
Miami Beach Chapter.
Esther Group of Hadassah will
hold its installation luncheon on
Thursday noon at the Algiers Ho-
tel.
Mr~ Henry Balaban will offer
a musical program. Chairman is
Mrs. Max Smith, and Mrs Hattie
Safir is president
Bay Harbor Group
will hold its installal
on Monday, ll 30 .
Singapore Hotel.
Mrs Joe Epstein pre*
that Mrs Samuel S
be the Installing offict i
program will follow
Morton Towers Grouo
sah will hold its closn .
on Monday noon a:
of the Morton Tow* i
Mrs. Emanuel Mei I
said that there will (
the regional confen
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a dinner on .V 5 p m by the
Pioneer Women's Club 1. The
event will take place at Royal
Hungarian Restaurant.
Guest speaker will be Mr-. Mil-
ton Green. Greater Miami Council
president A musical prozram has
been prepared by Esther Weiss.
The Fireborn. a book by Anna
Safran. will be reviewed by the
author at a meeting of Beba Idel-
son Pioneer Women Wednesday.
12:30 p.m., at the Washington Fed-
eral Auditorium. 1130 Normandv
Dr.
Council President Mrs Green
will talk on Todays Youth In
Israel at a meeting of Golda Meir
Club on Wednesday at the Algiers
Hotel The program begins at 1
p.m.
The business meeting will be
followed by vocal selections by
Mrs. Ins Lane. Also taking part
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A luncheon at the home of Mrs
Louis Sachs. 800 Messina Ave.. will
be held Thursday, sponsored by
Coral Gables Pioneer Women.
Day in Jerusalem." a filmstrip.
will be shown by Mrs Green. Coun-
cil president. Chairman of the
event is Mrs Ethel Sachs, assisted
by Mrs. Samuel Davitz.
The Greater Miami Council of
Pioneer Women's nominating com
mittee will present its slate of offi-
cers at an open meeting Tuesday.
May 17. 8 p.m.. at the Algiers
Hotel.
The committee, headed by Mrs.
Isaac Puskin. has announced elec
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Awards will be presented A
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Mr*. Howard Trinz, president of
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Plans for Hadassah-lsrael Anniversary
Luncheon Launched at Breakfast Here
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink and Mrs. Henry B. Wemick spear-
head plans for a gala Hadassah-lsrael anniversary luncheon
to be held Tuesday, May 31, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mrs.
Fink is chairman of the event. Mrs. Wemick is newly-elected
president of Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah.
Plans for the i!(iti Hadassah Is-
rael anniversary luncheon were
initiated ;ii a breakfast meeting of
lents and other representa-
tives el all groups ol the Miami
I); ach Chapter of Hadassah, last
week at the I ladassah office.
Tins >( ar's Hadassah Israel
luncheon will be held Tuesday,
May mi. a' the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Named to serve as chairman of
the event is Dorothy Kricner Fink,
prominent Hadassah and commun-
ity leader.
Mrs. Fink announced that an
array of distinguished personal-
ities from Israel and the entertain-
ment world will lend significance
to the occasion. The luncheon will
be the scene of the widely-hailed
Israeli Fashion Show, which will
be coordinated and accessorized
by Burdine's. Mrs. Fink pointed
oiit that the entire program will
reflect the Israel "Chai" theme.
Spearheading plans for the
event are Mrs Henry I',. Wemick,
president ol' the Miami Beat \\
chapter of Hadassah, ami pri si-
dents of all Hadassah groups of the
Miami Beach Chapter, including
Mis. Joseph Epstein, Bay Harbor
Group; Mrs. Elizabeth Steinbach,
Brandeis Croup; Mrs. Dorothy
l.ee. Coa8taI Towers Croup. Mis.
Jack Fineberg, Deborah Group;
Mrs. Fred Jonas. Eddie Cantor
Group; Mrs. Hattie Safir. Esther
Group; Mrs. Herman Feller. Forte
Towers Croup; Miss Lillian Good-
man. I. R. Goodman Group; Mrs.
Milton Weinberg, Herzl Group.
Also, Mrs. .Joseph Meyer. Israel
Group: Mrs. Meyer Schneider.
Kadimah Group; Mrs. Jack Wolf-
stein. Emma Lazarus Group; Mrs.
Emanuel Mentz. Morton Towers
Rabbi April to Install Officers of A viva Chapter May 12
\viva Chapter. Mizrachi Women.
u!l hold its annual donor lunch
I installation of officers for
ming year at the Biscayne
e Hotel on Thursday noon.
ii Simon April will conduct
'i.i 'ii c remony, v ii'i
Vpril, his wile, assuming the
> f i liapter president.
[ram will include a film on
'n schools in Israel, with
tion by Mi's. Charles Turk,
I Ram, soloist. Donor co-
hnirmen are Mrs. Fred Rosen-
and Mrs. Abraham Barkan
im eo chairmen are Mrs.
Turk and Mrs. Philip
Officers who will he installed
with Mrs April include Mrs Philip
Goldberg, Mis. Abraham Barkan.
Mrs. Charles Turk, vice presidents;
.' s lied Rosenzweig, treasurer;
Mrs lost !i Weishaus, .Mrs. V
111 ill '-'"i. luier. .Mrs. Charles Turk.
secretaries
.I members in charge ol
Mm.,, n I
and means; Mi s, A'
life ii mbei ship; -Mrs
Charles Turk, program ami pub
licity; Mrs Joseph Roth, sunshine
I'nnd and social: Mrs. Joseph Un-
ion, V'outh Aliyah. Mrs. Fred Ros-
enzweig, Jewish National Fund;
Mrs Nathan Zei '. ner, v ills >nri
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An exciting way of talking thai makes the dullest sen
tence seem interesting, an overwhelming curiosity about
what makes the world tick, and a profound desire to see
- and regulations get changed that need changing
which cannot be done by mere wishing this is Minette
Benson, wife of Dr. Jerome Benson.
Minette was born in New Jersey. Music was. and re-
mains today, an important part of her life, as well as a
ce of deep satisfaction She practised the piano from
the time she was 7 until she turned 21. She was an ac
complished amateur. The first and
last years of her college days were
spent at NYU. The middle two
re at the University of Texas
Oil had been discoxered on cam-
pus, and money poured into de-
\eloping Radio House, where Min-
ette took courses in radio, tele-
jion and music After graduation,
she got what she called "the job
of jobs," writing continuity for
WQXR, the New York Times Radio
on. the Tiffany of radio sta-
tions that pioneered in fine music
and new -
There is Iit* I .. tor error
in a job of this sort; everything
niu-t dovetail, and Minetti had
tremendous training in precision.
world of music and musicians was hei
nd.
she met her future husband, Jerry while he'was ..
tudent v:> thi j n at ied. Jerry was
ned to the Genera] is Hospital in SI ttgarl Gei
' in. and
' H >- fa tastic experience
' n abli to s ht-se< all ovei In a '
sace Lorain, the proprietor asked her it she
' like :. p 'iin -;. .-.i to her by Albert Schweitzer.
with a I. bushl a
n hair, shyly demurred, i ere was tl
i nius alreadx upon he signii .. liousl;
' tzei "This i- the first time 1 have ever t
iduced to a timid American" Two pi with
onal greetings each to Jerry and Minette, occupy
minence in their hook-lined living room.
But timid certainly isn't the word for Minette. Then
they came buck to Miami Beach where Jane, who is now
11. w as born.
Jerry was associate pathologist at Mi. Sinai Hospital.
1. he bei ame chiei pathologist and director ol the
laboratories 'lure Minette- grounding in organization
started with the League of Women Voters, when they
studying the structure ol the school system. Minette
concerned with education and its ramifications
odj can't be good in everj aspect, and fui
finitely not mj cup ol tea shi tted
For six years, she has been going to the bi
int) School Board meet
< ountj is scl
2, Minette i member
Qualitj Education Committee, which has completed
a >tudy of Dade's schools in PTA, Minette's interest is
iffairs and cultural ait projects. She has
finished a comprehensive curriculum study at Temple
Beth Sholom, where she is also on the School Board.
There is always music in the Benson home. Jerry built
their own hi-fi, where opera, folk music and symphonies
are always playing. Jerry, who went to Oberlin and is an
excellent pianist, is now the musician of the family.
Things will soon be perking more than ever. Next week.
May 10. Minette will be installed as president of Miami
Beach High School PTA. One president in the familv is
not enough for the Bensons. On May 14. Jerrv will" be
installed as president of the Florida Society of Pathologists,
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Levine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Levine. of 1955 Normandy Dr.
The bride elect, a member of
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elementary education.
Mr I-evinc. a member of Alpha
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Mr. and Mrs Harry Steigman.
of Brooklyn. N. Y.
Mr Steigman is a -tudent at the
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business administration.
Miss Gurland is a .student at
Miami-Dade Junior College, major-
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PTA Election
Set at Everglades
Election ol Parent-Teachers \-
-.. a musicale. and
art exhibit will be the top attra<
lion for >; rents i n I guests at Ever-
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direction of Pan Felcoski
The evening is sponsored by the
PTA headed b> Mrs Solomon L
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Mrs Ben Kazer, principal
BBW to Install
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luncl eoi oi ;'.. da; 'l he i
event will be held at Kana II ira
Restaurant.
Judge Milton Friedman will l>.
honored guest and install Offi !
other leadi to I le I
Mi> Leonore Curtice, fund raisii
vice president: Mrs. Morns Gl
berg, program vice president: Mrs
Jack Adelman, corresponding sec-
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Norman C. II
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David Ponve. v ;'er";
ben Porter, trei ,.
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Frances Entine. S'J
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Irving Lehrman. | i .
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Ben Zion Ginsl
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^en Gather to Plan EmanuT.! M
Marking Groundbreaking for New S5?e
i I'd a
[or men bei f the h sti s
.ommittcc I Imanu-
El Dedication liali at her home
morning in prepara
lion tor the Maj li dinner dance
at the Diploma! Hotel
Mrs. Harry A. bevy will serve \
as co-chairman ot hostesses with
Mrs. Kogan, who also served ai
hostess chairman tor last year's
highly successful 25th Anniversary
Ball of Temple Kmanu-EI.
Alexander Muss is general
chairman of the Dedieation Ball,
which will climax I day of ground-
breaking activities lor the new.
500.000 Social Hall and School
Building designed by Emanu-El
member Morris Lapidus.

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Mr. and Mis. Max Fonberg (center) present a Seier Torah to
Temple Beth Raphael, 1545 Jefferson Ave. Official dedication
be Sunday. 11 a.m. Abysh S. Perl (right) president of the
;c:-.qregation. and Cantor Saul Breeh (left), are shown accept-
.;.,: the Torah in the name of Beth Raphael.
Miami Chapter
Will Install
Mrs- Steinberg
Samuel Steinberg will be
1 as president of the Miami
ni Hadassah at the installs-
chapter and groups to be
the Everglades Hotel on
1! p.Ill
newly-elected officers ol
are:
residents, Mrs. Ralph Han-
Mrs. Haskell Liberman, Mrs.
11 Weisberg, Mrs. Louis
tzman, Mrs Norman Lyons
bership dues secretary, Mrs
- Lauretz; recording seen
:y. Mrs. Alvin Burger; financial
ry, Mrs. Arthur Grossman;
ponding secretary, Mrs. Louis
treasurer. Airs. Henry
\"ew presidents are. Aviva
i Mrs. Bernard Mandler:
Mrs. Joseph Scopp; Albert
sti in, Mrs. Harry I- Goldkin:
ah. Mrs Morris Press; Men-
ah, Mrs. Victor Stern; Mount
IS, Mrs. Max Sokoloff; Naomi.
-. Stanley Bulbin. Eleanor Hoos-
m%. SAMUH STEINBERG
evelt. Mrs Karle Evans; Shalom.
Mrs. Hilda Lazarus; Shoshana,
Mrs William C'arvin: Tikvah. Mrs
Charles Cotzin; Torah. Mrs. Max
Jacobson: and Chaim Weizmann,
Miss Roselyn Klein.
A musical program will be pre-
,: hv Cantor Jacob Bornstein
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Home Residents
Annual Mother's Day party
hosted by Mrs. Jennie Grossinger
will he sponsored by the Greater
Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish
Home for the Aged, on Sunday 2
p.m.. in the Home at Douglas Gar
dens, 151 NE 52nd St.
Mrs. Lawrence Silvennan. Auxil-
iary president, will give the mes-
sage ol welcome, and Mrs. I.ouis
Makovsky, program chairman, will
introduce the "Amazing Mam ice.''
magician, and his musical company
Residents of the Home will be
honored and gifts distribute I
Children Honor
Their Mothers
Children will honor their
mothers at the annual Mother's
Day Sabbath this Saturday morn-
ing in the main sanctuary of Tem-
ple Bmanu-Gl.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, program
chairman, will deliver a sermon
in honor of the occasion Sister-
bond president. Mrs. Hi licit
Shapiro, will offer a prayer in the
name of the mothers Mrs. Harold
J. Brooks. I'TA president, will ex-
tend greetings to the congregation.
Children participating in the
program are Yicki Jan. daughter
ol Mr. and Mrs. Abe Jay. president
of the 1066 confirmation class.
v ho will speak on behalf ol the re-
ligious school and the Solomon
Schechter Daj School; Andrea.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Malnik; and l.ari. daughter of
Mrs. Doris Hanff, whi m
will recite poems nor of
mothers.
HnytiyHpH Include tin- Mowlam**
Jiixeph Alwlnw, I..i hiii ni Abramaon,
llonald \u'. Seymour Alu-rman, rkin-
i.,i Vronow. Donald Arthur, Jacob
\i\.\. E Alien Decker, llernard Ek-rk-
ji Jack i'. Blrnb nun. Andre Blalo-
leiikl, Jen > Blank, tain Blank, '
i-hnrlex Hlwk, MHlon R. Blum, Mux
Rnilei man, Hamld Mi.....k*. Hei I" rl
Buchwald, Mennl" D rarlln. Jack
i"nrm-r, Stephen earner, Marvin Cai
-.1 Alvin s. i'iiimi, Juleu Channliw
i inrli f J ''.....-li"ii. In Inn Cowan.
In inn i "> ii n and .' rth ir i leam-i.
AI.-,. Mi -.linn, i Max I 'i laman, i n
lei nubbin, Leon A. Kiwteln, Jac-t
Klilk, Milton h>ll< r, Ronald Flm .Irv-
ing Kirn I, Mori i> Ktxhi r, Rolw
Krank. Main ce Hans. S>-rtne> (Jan*
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On Sunday morning the children
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Friday May 6, 1966
Florida-Israel Friendship Month has been pro- in Miami were (fr<->m left) Osment Moody,
claimed for May by Florida's Gov. Haydon Phillip Berkowitz, Dr. Irving Lehrman. Capt.
Burns. Present for the presentation r>f the Leo Gardner. Sidney Raffel. David Levene
proclamation at the El Al Israel Airline office and Shepherd Broad.
Yom HaMoreh
To Be Marked
Bureau of .fouisii Education is
encouraging the celebration of
"Yom HaMoreh National Heb-
rew Teachers' Day, in nil the Jew
iah schools of Greater Miami, ac-
e o r '1 i n -.' to announcement of
Joseph Cohen, president.
The national observance, initi-
ated by the American A-~ociation
for Jewish Education, attempts to
elevate the social and economic
istrator-; in Jewish schools
throughout the country.
Special programs re now be-
ing planned in various congre-
gations in the community in the
form of school board dinners,
teacher Sabbaths, scholarship
awards. Town Hall meetings,
and special Friday evening serv-
ices.
Homeowners Efecf Lenders
Kcndallwood Horn- owner1.
ciation have elected the 1
officers lor 1966-61 Steve Ten i-
rich. president: Albert Albright,
Ward Zell, vice presidents Sheila
Kassewitz, secretary, John Fl
treasurer. Board ol direct
Max Coldfarb and A! Kaven.
Members Model
in Fashion Show
Ladies' Auxiliary ol the eater
Miami Chapter of Alpha )mega,
national dental society, will hold
election of officers lor lP-"i 17 at
its next general meeting slated for
Tuesday noon. May 17. it the
Deauville Hotel.
A fashion show by Patt;'-; Lim-
ited Editions will J>e mode ed by
Auxiliary members.
Chairman of the day will be
Beach UN Chapter
Set to Install
Prof. Bialolenki
P if. Andre S Bialolenki will be
>- lie i as president of the ITi
Nat as Vssociation, Miami Beach
.f the organ-
I op Ma) 28 at the Dupont
will '.- f>r
" '
man.
Bia'o'enki and o'h-?rs on
th state will be Installed by
Miami EWrh Mavcr Elliott Poos-
tvelt, Outgoing pres;denf. Bayard
St el!, will be master of cere-
monies.
i ent i
luck. Tic aYi
Dora H Mrs Zelda
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Yess

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t> 1>.
Miai
Mrs. Hyman Levine. President is
The Bureau will pay special tri- Mrs. Morton Rosenbluth.
bute to teachers in its annual tri The Auxujarys iocal pr-iect in
bute on television over Station raisin{, funds for ,ne Dental Clinic
WorLmpn'c Pirrlo W<"KT. Ch. 7. on Sunday at 10 a.m. a, variety Children's Hospital.
IfOrHmcIl S Wlldf? Veterans teachers of the commu
nity will Ik1 interviewed by Loui'
Delegates LiSted Schwartzman, f*^*jg**g* Educational Problems Confronlinj
of the Bureau, on "The Still Smau
Workmen's Circle will hold its vk.(. througn ,n, cooperation ol '
national convention from Maj 8 the Greater Miami Rabbinical As
to 12 at the Concord Hotel. Kiam- sociation.
Special greeting cards and cer-
tificates are available to parents,
education committees, and stu-
SR. 1R/ING MUSK AT
Fla apter
InstaS!*; Cr/.icers
esha l ake. N Y
Delegates attending from the
Miami area are Max (ileihei man.
secretary of the Southern Division:
Max and I.<-:tJi Gi
tary and chairwomen of the Miami
incl 0 l Ben iamin and I.'Mian
Pearl, financial secret cor
Jorth
e and Broward Branch I
'. e>ecut re si
' kmen's I Ircle
Greater Miami. Mr and Mrs. Harrj
Schuldim rman of the South-
ern District committee and i
responding secretarj and editor of
Branch 1050's New s-Lett
-liner will preside al the
M 47th annual confer, nee ol thi
>rkmen"s Cin Soul tern Dis
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Subject for discussion on the dents of Jewish schools,
ram will be "Economic and tribub to Je\ ish teachers
Dr. Muscat was named head
of the project in 163 to pull to-
gether the study of physics and
chemistry, biology and physiol-
ogy.
New Officers
For Sisterhood

s
Mrs.
Mrs
re tary and treasurer; Mrs Bes
Factor, historian; Mrs. Herman Mrs Manuel Serkin was recently
Kansky, custodian; Mrs. otto elected president of Temple Judea
Haengel, presidential counselor; Sisterhood.
Almost simultaneously, he be- and Mrs. Harold Feldman, trustee
came involved in Dade County as
ad\ isory chairman of the Port i
Authority, a University of Miami HSSS"SS^S "iSS ZZ^ZZTZZ^ *"***''
president, and then Interama. for Democracy" film which has
been shown in many elementary
Log B'Omer Picnic Planned ; schools and c.iri scout troops.
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Flamingo Chapter has been in 1966.67 mciudes Mrg Seymour
Annual familv picnic, sponsored ^mbmb* f^m*^ I<->.<-.I
by the PTA of Temple Emanu-El. ^Ollip 17011 ISrOPl
in observance of the festival of |l|^% Donic^orinn
l.ag B'Omer. will be held on Sun wo l\egi5Tering
day from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Registration for the 1966 sum- Sol Greenblatt. historian; and Mrs.
Mrs. Albert Jacobson. Mrs. Rich-
ard Horwich, Mrs. Paul Wechler,
Mrs. William Weil, vice presidents:
Mrs. Julius Bearman. recording
secretary: Mrs. Moe Langer, cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. Sidney
Richman. financial secretary; Mrs
Bernard Yesner, treasurer; Mrs.
Greynolds Park. Mrs. Harold J. mer season at Camp Gan Israel of
Brooks, president of the PTA. an- Florida is now underway, and
nounced. many improvements are in store
for campers this year. Rabbi Ab-
raham Korf. camp director, has
announced.
The camp, located in Deland. is
the only kosher boys' camp in the
Southeastern United States
Marrvin Levin, parliamentarian.
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Rod Steiger stars in "Pawn-
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Kane Concourse, Bay Harbor.
Rabbi Korf has just returned
here from New York City, where
he engaged a staff for the camp.
Special emphasis is placed on
personal guidance for all camp-
| ers with tutoring in Hebrew and
Bar Mifzvah lessons.
Rabbi Korf said "I am gratified
at the response of the children
who were campers during the pre-
vious seasons, and also the num-
bers of new campers who are
planning to attend."
He urged parents planning to
register their children not to delay
Scholarships also will be available
this year for qualified campers.
Rabbi Korf is planning to spend
the entire summer at the camp
"'to ensure that all campers receive
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BOMn receives a plaque from Juage rredenck
^Jiome of Mrs. Jennie Grossingei, .site of an
. marking the 31st anniverfary of the Rassco
Pfanjest building, development and investment
gani I tn the Jewish State. Founded in 1934 by Dr. Chaim
, Rassco's present assets are valued at some S300
illioi celebration here also marked Raisco's first anni-
rsar fami Beach, with offices at 600 Lincoln Rd., under
e d ihip of Harry Alan Sanders. Also cited at the
nctq Mr. and Mis. Abram Fox. Musical interlude
atull fc". Aaron Shiffrom, pianist and violinist, and Cantor
ail Breeh. of Temple Beth Raphael.
1st Anniversary
or Rassco Corp.
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celebrated its i i-sl anniversarj the
same evering Harry Alan Sanders
i- exec itive director of the office
here.
Dr. Aaron Shiffrom played the
piano and violin for the 4(i Rassco
investors present at the celebra-
tion. Cantor Saul Breeh. of Tem-
ple Beth Raphael, also entertained.
Judge Frederick N. Barad pre
sented a plaque of honor to Mrs.
Carrie Rosen. An award of merit
WHS presented to Mr. and Mrs.
Abram Fox by Mrs. Jennie Gros-
singer.
Seaboard Execs
In Spring Meet
Seaboard Railroad had some 75
key sales representatives from 25
different offices in the south and
northeast attending a spring sales
meeting in Miami Beach early this
week.
VV. J. Ficht. general passenger
agent, Miami, announced that some
of the cities represented were
Boston, New York. Philadelphia.
Baltimore. Washington, DC, Rich-
mond, Pittsburgh, Chicago. Nor-
folk. Raleigh. Columbia. Savannah.
Atlanta and Birmingham.
He said. "Seaboard has had a
large part in the development of
the tourist industry in the area,
and we want to keep our repre-
sentatives abreast of developments
in the Greater Miami-Miami Beach
area, as well as in the territory
extending from Miami to West
Palm Beach. The line's package
tour program and other promo-
tional activities have brought about
a tremendous influx of vacation-
ers on a year-round basis.'"
Seaboard offers special incen-
tives including low fares to Flor-
ida continuing to Nov. 15, good on
the streamliners any date in either
direction, to bring in more vaca-
tioners. These reduced round trip
30-day coach fares are available
too for Floridians who want to
vacation in the north this summer
and fall.
YM and WHA of Greater Miami held its first annual athletic
and achievements awards dinner at the "Y" last Sunday even-
ing. Over 600 youngsters and their prents participated. Sonny
Hirsch, noted Miami sportscaster, was master of ceremonies.
Biggest trophy presentation of the evening is shown above as
16-year-old Jeff Marks, of the Alpha Phi Pi Club, receives the
Howard David Handsel Memorial Trophy for Sportsmanship.
Honesty and Sincerity. Left is Myron Topcl. chairman of the
Y's health and physical education committee. Right is Paul
Faske, president of the YM and WHA of Greater Miami.
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Gen. John Green, U.S. Marines,
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all over the country will attend.
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall will be
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Johnson, Jones to Battle
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Miami-Dads Chamber of
EScefs 11 Executives


ight Award
Goes to Miamicsn
Glorki Konig Fiero, a doctoral
student in humanities ;.; Florfda
State University, has received a
pillhtf h' 'hn'rship : t .. -
study at the
lioth.>quc Roy-
ale in ;'.; .
B( I i
Mrs. Fi tand
ho r bus b a n ;l
.' o h n W e slej
Fiefo, a d
al student i::
Ei .i-h liter*
ture, will leave
for Europe in
Jul> He will
teach college English > variou
an > bases under the Maryland
ram.
Mrs. Fiero's Fulbright pi iject is
.i comparison of Fl anel
painting of the IStfa enl irj t th
the Flemish illuminate 1 manu-
scripts of thai period Her work
nil! be directed by Dr L. M J
Delaisse, former curator at the
Bibliotheque Royale
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Samuel
Ko-iig. 9360 SW 251!-, Si Mrs Fiero
can-e to Miami from New York
City when she was 14. She attend
Seated (left to right) at a Jewish National Fund executive board
meeting are Mendel M. Fisher, who addressed the group;
William Bomstein, president of the JNF Council here; and
Zev W. Kogan.

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the el < tiori fi om ,t slati l |
inding local civic i> a
peting for posts.
Those named for three-year
terms of office were Harry Hood
Bassett. board chairman. First Na-
tional Bank of Miami; Geoi je li
Beebe. managing editor. Miami
[, Herald; Attorney M. Lewis Hall,
Jr. Hall & Hedrick: A M. -Ray"
Prado. general manager. South
Florida dfSfeaVs'.'Roebuck'& Co
William F. Raven, vice pres-
ident. Pan American World Air-
ways; Lawrence B. Sheffey. vice
president. Southern Bell Tele-
phone Co.; William D. Singer,
board chairman. Royal Castle Sys-
tems. Inc.; and Charles T. Top-
miller, president. I. B. Wilson,
Inc.. operators of WI.BW TV.
Winning two-year terms were
Jay I Kislak. board chairman J. I.
Kislak Mortgage Corp.; William
S Ruben, president and managing
frcl 1
tomm.ss.on. Aptitd, J*"*'
A9e. 21.50. w,K ft"
Mrs. fiero
JACK CORDON
Mrs. Rosenblctt
To Inspect
ORT Schools
Mrs Harry Rosenblatt left her
Gordon to Get
AwaH ?f Merit
Jack I>. Gordon has been i
to receive I h 1966 Award of
Merit present* d by the Miami
Beach Executive Club
Ben Giller, chairman of the
awards committee i i need that
the presentation will be made at
a luncheon to be held I the Deau-
ville Hotel on Maj 19 The club
presents the to a
citizen cl osen foi i il -i.il>,1
achievement and integrity.*'
Pret ious recipiei been
Mel I Inter
ama head Dr Irving Mus
Gordon, who is a founder and
president of Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Association of
Miami Beach and chairman of
the executive committee of Jef-
ferson National Bank of Miami
Beach, is known for his work in
education as a member of the
Dade County Board of Public
Instruction.
Twice elected to the board in
KURT WAUA\.rl
Regency Club
Elects Officers
Regenc) Club of Miami Beach
announces the election ol Kurt
ach as its new presidei I
Founded five > ars
membership ol 200 "un-
attached" adults dedicated I i so-
cial camaraderie. Regencj holds
monthly social activities U
members Guests are welcome to
these events.
Wallach has lived in the Miami
area some ten years, and is well-
known as president of Kurtell and
edI Miami Beach High, and earned Surfsjde home ,his week t0 .
a BA degree from the I niversitv of n .....,
Miami in I960, and a 1962 MA Organization ">r Rehabilitation i960 and 1964. Gordon has been a
from the University of California Through Training Schools in six leader in implementing the recom-
which she attended on a Woodrow countries. mendations of the quality educa- Co.
Wilson grant M RosenWat, infi as ,ion committee, and in focusing Other officers are Ed LeN in. first
From 1963 to 1965. Mrs. Fiero ,. "T"' VT* attention on the plight of the dis- vice president Sallve Gerinson
taught humanities and art history ,lonal v,ce President of ORT Worn- advantaged child In 196:?. Gordon Second vice president Alic^Kauf'.
en. will visit training schools in proposed the establishment of the man. treasurer: Jennie Novey, re-
France. Italy. Switzerland. Israel. John F Kennedy Teaching Fellow- cording secretary: and Bess Klin
Morocco and Iran ships in Dade County ger. corrvspending secretary
at Florida State
Jewish Veterans
Hold Meeting
ORT Women are devoted to vo-
cationally training Jewish people COfOlOIOgiSf Talks On Bible
OUNCRAGGAN INN
HENDERSONVIIU, N. C.
Jewi
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Ma>
Community Center. I""*** """' 'KVX""'a" cardiologist
Arnold Fein, commander of Mrs. Rosenblatt has been a lead meeting of Star chapter of the
Poet 723. will preside. Principal er in Women's ORT of Miami since City of Hope on Thursday noon.
item of business will be the elec- it began in 1952. She served as The meeting was to be held in the
tion of delegates to the Florida regional president, and has held Community Room at 7527 E Treas-
convention. June 11 through 13. her present post two terms. ure Dr.. North Bay Village.
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Over 500 persona attended the State of Israel
'Chai" Independence Supper honoring the
rsary of Israel's Statehood in the
La Rcnde Room of the Fontainebleau Hotel.
The celebration, sponsored by the Greater
Miami D ?,::c:<3 ci th- : Organization of
America, heard a I JCicrJ mesa -n a
member of :he Israel Knesset. S. Z rVbramov.
Announcement was also made of thfe Israel
Culture Center to be known us the ZOA Israel
Hot:se located at 2200 Park Ave.. Miami
Beach. Left to riqht at the
Abrcrmov. Isaac Donen May, Jos-
BDh H. Cohen, Jacob RifJ
Region ZOA.
director of :.? Southeast
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>s Burns and High in May 24 Race ^fi!es
against Gov. Haydon Burns in the second guberna-
Jayor Robcit Kins High be pitted
slated for May 24.
ss time High scored 331 559 statev ide against Gov. Bums" 359,430. Dade Countv told the
r Un,; nirl.nMaK fi T **11* "' '"' returns Tut'sda>- nih *">* ,,, contender Scott Kelly, wh" >;atewide tallied :H9,176
d'jth :t24 precincts reporting out of 326 in Dade High garnered
6. n, top Burns easily, who received 60.862. Kelly only managed Groop ,, Sackp,t ,_.,..
fh, fourth gubernatorial candidate. Sam Foor. racked up 12 468 I''.'"'"!!1 J-Ylf,1"- ,,0'4?6: Shaw
wide, a- against 3.379 in Dade County. 8'239; Arnold- 7-071; LlPsky. 5.606.
statewide races, with most
cts at press time tallied,
is, runoff contenders, and
rs-up were as follows:
CRNEY GENERAL Fair
486.817: Cobb, 91,049.
IMPTROLLER Dickinson,
,5: Kelley. 47.576; Franzel,
: Hriiiih. 20.269.
ASURER Williams. 335.- \
Ian is, 235,515; Gann. 38.903.
Lie service commission:
ip 1) Mayo, 328.729; Mav-'
104.338; Brewer, 93,472.
iup 2 Carter, 264.141;'
Is, 140.081: Boyd, 120,992;
59.503.
, CONGRESS (District 10) j
17.341; Varon, 16,139; Buck
2.065: Ward. 4,943; Beamish.
AUD MRS.
ercs Lssted
slden Book
I i Bornstein. president of
Icwish National Fund Council
prater Miami, announced this
that Mr. and Mrs. Max Fon-
of Greater Miami, were the
ri contributors this month to
He Ami, Israel development
and have been so honored
Golden Book.
Ami is a sister settlement of
bi in Israel, and is located on
fsraeli-Jordanian border. It is
developed entirely by Miami
Local members of the Jew-
lational Fund are working on
for their pilgrimage to Me
| <:i June 22.
iv Fonberg is a retired De-
fumiture manufacturer and
t in many religious and re-
organizations. He is affili-
|y>ith Temple Emanu-El. Vari-
hildren's Hospital, Elks, He-
Academy, and Knights of
'ire grove in Me Ami will
Planted in honor of the Fon-
irden Club
[fails Officers
[deland Garden Club will hold
Jiimial installation of officers
luncheon on Friday, 11:30
at the Galen Beach Hotel,
Biscayne.
|s Bernard Litman, chairman
Tangemehts, said that a pro-
report will be presented by
George Gittelson, president,
I the installation. Mrs. Julius
Jnder. editor of the social
will install:
Gittelson, president;
Hernard Litman, first
| resident; Mrs. Philip Re-
econd vice president; Mrs.
Serino, treasurer; Mrs.
I ria, recording secretary;
| Jack Salem, correspond-
r i retary.
District 2 Fuqua. 30,933; Mat
thews. 32,577.
District 6 Gibbons, 48.107;
Fair. 18.250.
District 8 Reynolds, 17.487:
Baker, 13.831.
For contests for seats in the
SENATE OF THE FLORIDA LEG-
ISLATURE, winners and runoffs
are as follows:
District 13 Haverfield, 59.132:
Wieder, 9,005.
District 17 VVeissenborn. 34.-
429; Ferre. 29.891: Rewell. 8.226.
District 40 Gong. 53.157;
Benedetto. 18.137.
District 43 Shevin, 36.535:
McVeigh, 13.653: Shiver. 11.339.
District 44 Hollahan, 58.729;
Kalil, 8.094.
District 45 Spencer. 29.091;
Gissendanner, 23.877: Entz. 4.875.
District 46 I'oston. 28.891:
Gordon. 28.746. MacKenzie, lit. 120.
District 47 Jones. 9,695; Si m
pie. fi.462: Mozealous, 2.993.
In contests for seats in the
HOUSE OF THE FLORIDA LEG-
ISLATURE, winners, runoffs, and
: e as follov
I er, 38,317; Bur-
ton. '
Grouf ; i ek, 26.77
5216; Shi
4.24'. 4
.
7 21.4
I" 741
Rroup 9 e. 22.61 D'Al-
lark. 17 ; 72
1.440
5-eup 10 rhoroi
ii K (77.
Group 12 Featherstone, 20.-
240; Block, 17.804; Capri, 5.597;
Stafford, 4.630; Porter, 3,698.
Group 13 Holloway, 19,274;
Kavanaugh. 11.874; Goldberg, 9,
657; Sullivan. 5.606; Bethel, 4,790:
Zeltzer, 3.824; Willis, 3,120.
Group 14 Gauticr, 33,074:
Taylor. 9,834: Krausz, 7,390.
Group 15 Furlong. 18.350:
Hector. 18,188; Eefting, 11,271;
Weill, 3,973.
Group 16 Graham. WM-
Klein. 6,629; Ferrero, 6,319; Har
dy. 3,360: Dubler, 4,789; Shumpes.
1,171.
Group 17 Hartnett, 24,434:
Hurst, 7,941: Young, 7,804: Henin.
3.974.
Group 18 Brake. 19.009; Can-
aday, 10.138: Alshury. 7.052; Ray-
man, 4.143: Brockmann. 3.907:
Barron. 3.8C6: Primm, 2.612: Ines.
1.508.
Group 19 Harris, 12.166; Dorn.
8.144: Deutsch. 8 053: McAIIi--\
6,164; Whiting. 5.981: Taft, 5,514;
Landers. 3.376; Mercer. 2.266:
.Mail in. 1.956
Group 20 Freed. 13.222. Sing-
leton, 10.263: Case, 7,600; Stein-
berg. 7,533: Johnson, 4,367; Uos-
kins, 3
Group' 21 : : i
6.31
son, 4.08 2
Grou? 22 B 'i' r. '
Pi i 1.57 Atwater, I
, ..
>fai is, 4.447 Zinzell, 3.103: Knot!.
2
In th( race' tor the SCHOOL
BOARD, result Hows
Disirict One iHendrie, 15.855:
Leh nan, Holland. 9.835:
Goodman, 9.015: Hani-. 7,251:
Pitcock, 917.
District Two V'OSlOW, 26.264:
Stadnick, 11.733; Rolle. 8.016.
District Four Oesterle. 21 465
Braddock. 17.332: Bader. 9.410:
Cross. 6,010: Knott. 2.643: I.edee.
698.
In contests for the bench, the
following were the results:
APPELLATE (District 3)
Swann. 40.926; Turner. 29,87a
CIRCUIT (Group 20) Falk,
43.838: Duke. 18.984.
CRIMINAL COURT (Group 2)
Stedman, 26.317; I-ong, 20.567.
Group 3 Barmack. 24,700:
Baker, 18.590; Drake. 7.327.
CIVIL COURT (Group 3) Lake,
23,298; Shachat, 19.248.
PEACE JUSTICE (District One)
Snowdon, 11,310; Berman, 8,576:
Mason. 4,097.
CONSTABLE (District 3) Ken
drick. 5.611; Arroyo. 33,991; Sei-
der, 3.053: Madden. 1.627; Las-
chower, 1.512; Renegar. 1,039.
METRO JUDGES (Yes-No) Ba-
likes. 34.4847.658; Barad. 30,943-
11,951: Davis. 29.896-17.316; Deehl.
31.149-8.88'): Klein. 35,004-8.501;
Lee. 35,535-8,531; Maginnis, 32,503-
7.263; OConnell. 34.984-6.852; Pi-
queue. 30.618-8,569; Rubierra, 31,
249-8,343; Smith, 32.007 7,25..
Tanksley, 32.383-6.975: Winton,
32,761-7,034.
8th Birthday
i ge Milton A Friedman will
install Mrs. Hoe Wilier as pres-
ld< it of the Anne Frank Chapter
of B'nai B'rith at a luncheon Tues-
day noon in the Kana Hura Res-
taurant, 29th Ave. and Coral Way.
The date, May 10, marks the
eighth anniversary of the chapter
Luncheon chairman is Mrs. Mary
L. Siegendorf.
Also to be installed are- Mrs
Leonore Curtice, fund-raising" vice
president; Mrs. Abe Irvine, .mem-
bership vice president; Mrs. Morrit-
Greenberg. program vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Siegendorf, financial
secretary; Mrs. Tena K.-itz, record
ing secretary; Mrs. Jack Adebraoi.
corresponding secretary; Mrs. Ffcfl-
nie Srebenik, treasurer. '"'.
Investments Will
Be Discussed
An open discussion on the
"Strategy of Investments" will be-
held May 16 at the offices of A. I.
Stamm. 20O-71st St.. it was an-
nounced by Stanley Danziger,
manager of the Miami I?wJ of-
fices,
Although the public is Intlted.
free admission will be on a re-
servation basis only because of
space limitation.
Joel linger, seen on the Miami
Uncovered, WLBW-TV Show as a
financial expert panelist, will con-
duet ihe informal discussion.
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* Jewish Flcridiatn
J3<*r Joel Breeh
Joe! David, son of Cantor and:
Mrs. Saul II. Breeh, will observe
his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. May
7. at Temple Beth Raphael, where
his father is cantor.
Joel attends ihe Hebrew Acad-
emy eighth grade, where he is a
member of the academy choir. His
hobbies are baseball and model car
rac"ne.
Out-of-town guests include Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Rotheiser, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Schwartz, and Cantor
and .Mrs. Paul Caslow. all of Chi
cago
A dinner reception will be given
in honor of Joel at the Kit/. Plaza
Hotel Saturday nighl
Kenneth Pomerance
Kenneth Pomerance. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Rocky Pomerance. 4423
Alton Road, will become Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday. May 7. during the
mincha service at Temple Emanu-
El.
Kenneth attends the seventh
grade at Nautilus Junior High
School. He is a golfer and is inter
ested in music.
The celebrant will have a party
for his friends on May 14 at the
Seville Hotel.
His father is chief of police on
Miami Beach.
Mrs. Mollie Pomerance and Mr.
and Mrs. Al Nason. of Miami
Beach. Kenneth's grandparents,
will attend the event.
Maxine Michaelson
Maxine Joy. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Michaelson. 3035 N.
Bay Rd.. will be Bas Mitzvah on
Saturday morning. May 7. at Tern
pie Beth Sholom. Maxine is a stu-
dent of the Beth Sholom Confirm
at ion Class 5727..
Barry Warmbrandt
Beth Torah Congregation will be
the site of the Bar Mitzvah observ-
ance in honor of Barn', son of Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley Warmbrandt.
16265 NE 8th Avc on Saturday
morning, May 7.
In the sixth grade at Oak Grove
! mentary, Barry is a studi nl in
h Torah Religious School. His
hobb\ is working with mechanical
\ dinner ;:i Michel's Restaurant
tui laj honor ol the
i bj his
- Lillian Warm
. ol Si York
Michael Friend
Michael Robert, sun of Mr. and
Mrs Seymour Friend. 3804 Mon-
serrate, Coral Cables, will be Bar
Mitzvah at Beth David Congrega-
tion on Saturday morning. May 7.
Michael is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Ponce de Leon Junior High,
and has been attending Beth David
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Mr and Mrs. Louis Greenbaum.
grandparents of Michael, will at-
tend the services and Kiddush
sponsored by his parents.
Scott Lewis
The Bar Mitzvah of Scott Lewis
will be observed during early Sat-
urday morning services. May 7.
at Beth Torah Congregation.
The celebrant is the son of Mr
and Mrs. Paul Lewis, 20325 High-
land Lakes Blvd.
In th'- seventh grade at John F,
Kennedy Junior High. Scott at-
tends Beth Torah Religious School
and is a member of the Pre-USY
there.
Howard Levenson
Howard Allen, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Emanuel Levenson.
will become Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
urday. May 7. at Temple Adath
Yeshurun.
Howard is in the seventh grade
at John F. Kennedy Junior High.
His favorite subjects are mathe-
matics and science, and he is on
the principal's honor roll. His fav-
orite sport is baseball, and he
played on the Little League.
He is an "A" student in the grad-
uating class of Hebrew School and
earned an attendance award in the
i Junior Congregation.
Following the service. Mr. and
Mrs. levenson will give a recep-
tion in honor of their son. Among
guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
ney levenson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
I.indenhaum. and Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Reamer, grandparents.
Ira Weissman
Ira. son of Mr. and Mrs. David S.
Weissman. 720 Meridian Ave.. will
be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morn-
ing. May 7. at Kneseth Israel Con-
gregation.
Ira is a seventh grade student
at Ida M. Fisher Junior High and
plays trumpet in the school band.
His hobby is collecting coins and
he belongs to Troop 365. Boy
Scout-- of America.
Reception will be held at the
al Hungarian Restaurant foi
familj and friends
Sharon Ross
.ening services, May >
al Beth Torah tion will
ide the Bas M /-. h ol Sharon,
daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Eli Ross,
17945 MS Mh PI,
An honor student in the 8e\
enth grade at John V. Kennedy
Junior High, Sharon is in the grad-
uating class at Beth Torah and
plans to continue until confirma-
tion. She has been awarded an
Academic Excellence by Kiwanis
of No. Miami Beach, and plays the
piano.
A luncheon in honor of the cele-
brant will be held at the Club
House on Saturday, with her
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs Wil-
liam Harris, of Minneapolis, Minn.,
here for the occasion.
j
Paul Seiden
Paul Adlai. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Seiden, Brickell Ave.. will
be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Judea
' on Saturday, May 7.
Paul is an eighth grade student
at the Deerborne School in Coral
Gables, works on the school news-
paper, and plays the guitar.
Mr. and Mrs. Seiden will host
the Kiddush in Paul's honor.
Frank Pohl
Frank Levin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Pohl, 770 Pleasant
View Dr., Upper Sandusky. ().. will
celebrate Ins Bar Mitzvah on Sal
urday, Maj 7. at Beth Tfilah Con
-iv. at ion
Frank is an honor student in the
seventh grade at Union Junior
Hi li School, Upper Sandusky. He
is active in swimming, tennis, coin-
collccting, and plays the drums.
He has given several talks before
club organizations and has shown
his collection on the life of Abra
ham Lincoln.
The celebrant will be honored
ittlt
Howard Levenson
Maxine Michaelson
David Tofh
Ira Weissman
Micnoel hi,.,
at a Kiddush following services at
Beth Tfilah. and at a dinner in the
Louis Philippe Room at the Hotel
Fontainebleau on Saturday even
ing.
Local grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs Louis Lev Mrs Hyman Pohl. will attend the
event.
Ronald Cohn
Ronald T.. son of Mr. and Mrs
Gunter Cohn. 870 NE 171st Ter..
will l>ecome Bar Mitzvah at Young
Israel of Greater Miami on Satur-
day. May 7.
Ronald is an eighth grade stu-
dent at John F. Kennedy Junior
High. His favorite subject is sci-
ence, and he likes all kinds of
sports.
He will be honored by his par-
ents at a dinner that evening at
the Famous Restaurant.
David Toth
Early Saturday morning sen
ices. May 7. at Beth Torah Congre-
gation will include the Bar Mitzvah
of David Wayne Toth. The cele
brant is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Toth. 1182 NE 176th Ter..
and grandson of Mr. and Mrs
Harry Levy,
An honor student in the seventh
grade at John F. Kennedy Junior
High. David is in the fifth grade
graduating class at Beth Torah and
plans to continue to confirmation.
He participates in all sports and is
especially active in swimming and
football.
A reception and dinner will be
given in honor of the celebrant on
Saturday evening at the Diplomat
Country Club.
*
Layne Batt
I.ayne Philip, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Batt, 865 NE 171st
St.. observed his Bar Mitzvah at
Young Israel of Greater Miami on
Saturday. Apr. 30.
Layne is a seventh grade student
at John F. Kennedy Junior High.
He likes all soils of sports.
Harriet Fisher
Harriet Ilene. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ivan Fisher. 8840 SW 61st
Ct.. will celebrate her Bas Mitzvah
during services at Temp. bJ
Am on Saturday morning.. j P
The celebranl i-,-, .,..,
student al Palm,uo Juni -'
and plays the- flute In ih
band
A reception and Itmehwi i|
honor of Harriet will folk th
ceremony at Miami Spring- Villa
Grandparents of the Baa Hitj
vah are Mr and Mrs. Mor: iFiA
er. Miami, and Mrs. Henrit i Bo|
otin. Miami Beach.

Joel Mirks
Joel Myron, son ol Mr i Hn
Philbert Marks, v.ni observe hi
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday r. May 7. at Temple Zion.
Joel attends tin sevtnti it
at Glades Junior High, In-
terested in athletics anc no
plane building,
Mr. and Mrs. Marks I ho
the Oneg Shahhat on Fnd. e\e
ing and the Kiddush on Siti
following the servici
The celebrant will be M
at a reception and dinners*
evening in the Beei-;erRes
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MavG 1966
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norah Youth
Inning Weekend
Monorah Youth Week-
begin on Friday night. A
.! Friday evening dinner
-. rvcd to the teen-agers in
Vouth Center,
rmtli of the Sabbath can-
; soi js will set the mood
following days. The entire
.il attend Friday evening
in be followed by an
?.abbat
Saturday, after services and
e teen-agers will separate
study groups. After a
-!. the activities will re
...v evening, when
eet for an installa-
d dance.
nday, the teen-agers will
;>-einble at services, break-
I e stud} sessions and a
relebi Lag B'Omer, A
will be given in the late
eir parents, lionor-
Iher's Day.
Men irah United Syna-
u'li will open their homes
tentative teens from Dade
vard ounties who will be
ating the weekend.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowilz, spiritual leader of Temple Menorah...
goes over services with teen-agers prior to their Teen-Age
Weekend. Left to right are Rabbi Abramowitz, Marc Sussman,
Sherry Cheskes, David Shapiro, Gail Klein, Mark Shickman.
Janet Kratzer, Sharcn Steckler, Sharon Krovetz, and Zvi Honor.
Lubavitch Gets New Torah Scroll
;ch Federal
|es Staffers
II Elgie has been lion-
25 : .if.-- of service with
each Federal Savings and
sociation
same time, Milton Weiss,
ol the association, pre-
( 20-year pins to A. Louis
r Mar rcier and Marte
Quinn Lee Lawrence was
i for 13 years of service.
vards 'ere presented Sat-
it the annual awards
al the Doral Beach Hotel
ided the following:
ai pins to Bertha Rienzi.
E. Biscomb, Joseph P.
Brace C. Clark, Freddie
Kisenberg, Richard
Helen Fainerer, Jeanne
- Beverlj Naughton, and Lil-
1 ben,
year pins to Marjorie Moore,
ie Howard, Dennis Wilson,
U Collins, Anne Ramey, Pat
Bck, Lynn Kennedy, Bert
I" Mona Zarobinski, Rose-
Unison, Frank Reuhl, Ellen
ch. Virginia Keit, Lois Steiner
IGcorge Zhinden.
Sefer Torah, donated by Mrs.
Anna Siegel to the Lubavitcher
Minyan-Nusach Ari, will be dedi-
cated Sunday, Lag B'Omer, 11 a.m .
at :;42 Washington Ave,
Mrs. Siege! is donating the Torah
Scroll in honor of her late luis
band, Mordechai Laib.
Rabbi David Lehrfield, spiritual
leader ol Knesseth Israel ( ongre-
gation, will be featured speaker
Michael Sossin is chairman of the
event.
The Lubavitcher Minyan-Nusach
Ari meets in the Blackstone Hotel
under the leadership of Rabin Al>
raham Korf, Florida regional di-
Louise K. Adams
Dies at Aqe 54
Alts Louis K. Adams, director of
publications and advertising for
Biscayne Kennel Club, died Apr.
28 at the age of 54.
Mrs. Adams, who lived at 1455
So. Miami Ave., was the widow of
Joe K. Adams, one of the founders
of the track which opened in 1929.
Mr Adams, who passed away in-
1959. had served as president of
the Orange Bowl Committee and
of the American Hotel Association,
and as chairman of the American
Legion national convention corpor-
ation.
Mrs. Adams came to Miami in i
1919 with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. R. Knight, from Hazle-
hurst, Ga. Her father owned the
first Ford Agency and movie the
at re in Miami, as well as the El
Comodor Hotel, now the Taj Hotel.
Mrs. Adams was active in the Ad
Club of Miami and Health for the
Handicapped.
Survivors include two daughters,
Nancy and Marilyn; her mother.
Mrs. Lulu Knight; a brother, James
C. Knight, president of the Bis-
cayne Kennel Club; a sister, Mrs.
Eleanor Leigh; and three giand-
children.
trance Exec
tens Branch
", Waldman was a recent
' visitor. During his extended
arranged for the opening
here of a branch
of the American
Income Life In
surance Co., of
which he is vice
president.
VValdman, a
resident of Bal-
timore, has been
I designated 1966
Life Member of
the Million Dol-
lar Round Table.
Mdmon ()ne of the life
insurance lndus-
vd awards, Life
'< classification is earned by
writers who have consistently
(l(l Si million of production
-_= re each year over a required
>er ol ireaj l
HAMERSMITH
llli.NUY, ol I" SO. '.' "ispe,! IT .
i oral Uables, passed tvwa) suddenl)
Monday, Apr. is, ;u the. :m at 54.
H coming from Philadelphia, Pa. Mr.
Hameramiih a.~ owner and founder
,.i the llameramlth Distributing Co.,
affiliated with Food Fair stores. He
wan a member of Temple Judea, a
fuumler ef Temple Beth shiraJi. and
belonged to linai B'rlth. He ih sur-
vived by liln wife, Mill., himi, Stan-
ley; daughter, Mrs. Marcelle Aisen-
shuit. brother, Bernard; and dieter,
Mrs, Albert Mats. He also leaves
three grandchildren, Services were
Wednesday, Apr, 2". al (Jordan
Funeral Home, with Interment In
Lakeside Mi mortal Park.
issenberg. Solomon, "7. of 146 svv
48th !' died May I. Rlv< rsldi .
PEARSON. ,1 .s,|.|i. >;.. of 780 7Srd St.,
died Apr ;t0 Services In Hawthorne,
N V Ri veraldi
NEEDLE Mn Sadie, it, ol 8720 BW
,;:r.i v | .1 Apr SO Sen ces
N. v. v nlde.
FLEMING Ruth IS of 54!! NVV 1-1
St., i. Itivi
RUBENSTfc .. KB, i>l IBM Ixora
I.u died Vim 2.1 Service*
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LANDO. Sal
Ave i PittS-
burgh I -
JACOBSON.
Ave d "'I .',i
ROSS. Anna '.
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LEOWITZ,
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SCHLENOk"-
Went I .
d'ite.
lector of the Merkos I.Tnyonei
Chinuch.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. b6C 4790
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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ul > ul.r Answer Pie lililUj
BUI "i I Diiipliilul .-ii ih.. plaintiff'.. At-
torney, COI.IiMAN, lUM.DSTKIN .<
PAi SCtKR, LMiil vv. i Plngl. :
Miami I' i,rlil.....ml lil. the n
Ai.su .i ,.i Plead nu in i lie ifl lei ..i
ili,. clerk i.r iii,. circuit I'liuri mi or
lli. lilli day nf .Inn., I'"... If
ill t.. (In so, j iiluin. in by rt.
will be taken tignlnsl you fi r the -
i demanded i.i the I till of I'm
Thlt notice -hull b. published mice
each week for lour consecuiive week*
in THK JKWISH FI .null 'I VN
IX INK AND ORDKRKD ul Vli mil.
Floi Ida, ili nil da) of Xlnj v I
K n i.i:.\rin-i:\i.vN. cicik,
"Ircult i '..iii. I iiide i 'uunl). Plurida
i Ki si' By r I'ii ll'ICI.AXI i
lii-iniu i'l. rk
i Ii il.I'MAN'. nOl.DSTKIN ,v PAi'ZIKR
Attorneys :.' Law
L'li.I VV, i Flakier Street
Miami, Florida SSISS
At torne> for Plah
-. ..
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DF.ED
Flit No. 66 A 42
Chapter -.'i '7 -_' v.i- nf 1" 11
Viillif Is. HKRRIIY (IIVKX
i'AI'K s.vl:l.i: I'OKffiKATKtX, hnlrt-
ol ''.. mi s Tax Kali i 'erilfli iiti So,
-n..1 Hi. l-i day ..I i-ii" \l'
1962, ha* filed ime In m> offii mil
h.i- n |ilii ..:i..n foi :i ln> deed
t<> I..- IksUi .1 rli- nil Said <'erl
embraco ih. fnltovvins decrib-d iirop-
erty In the ("ountj of Dade, Stall ol
Florida, lo-wlt:
Hi .: at i lit -' '". fi K of NW I', r of
svv i I of NK 1 l Sec :'l-'.7- IS Hi K
in ti s 10 fi R '" fi s :::. n VV lOti fi
N 7". fi .. pnn s'.i!i..n :'| Township
>: 18 I :i~i. containing .09
Veres more less, In tin- Count) .>!
I lad. St iti Florida,
This deed i'l be Issued subject to
'li.r ..!.-i ,, .- il.'lituiui'iii Cit) of
Rlorida I "It i I. hob.
The ass. under ih. said L-crtlflcate was in tin-
name of: P B M VNOI'S,
ITnlesH lid rtificate shall i ri
deemed .i ordlng to law, the property
leai iii" will be sold lo thi-
hbrhesl bidder at the I'niirt House
door on thi first Monday in the ni'.nth
..f June, I'jh.i. which is the 6th day of
June, I!i66.
Dated this ir.i das t>f May, 1U66.
i: i: l.KA rHERMAN,
'|. rk nf i ;.'. 11it Court,
I in.I. County, Florida
iS. all lly P. I' lUJLDSTBAND
'
5/6-13-20-27
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File No. 66 A 47
Chapter 10718 Acts of 1941
NOTICE IS IIKKWHY GIVEN that
AI.BERT MARTIN, holder of County
Tax Hale Certificate No. 2575 Issued
the 1st day of June, A.M. 1962, ha.-
flled same in my offica, and has made
application for a tax daad te i> Issued
thereon Said Certificate embrauas
the following; described prtmerty In
ii.. O int) of Dade, b'tate of Klorlda,
to-wll
vv .;- ft ..f Lot :> Block 29, Uttle
KiKik 16, Pani I.".
Dade, Stati ol
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 4576
NOTICE OY PUBLICATION
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I rustee, and 11101 Ut( IK .1
TAMANofF. as Trustee,
Defendant*.
TI i:
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liRRKN and I.II.I.IA.N s. UKKKN,
as Ti nsi.
i". vv. hi TJini Strecl
Ne Via k, Neu V'..i l<
Viii' AND i:.vi'ii of ror are hire-
Ii) iinilfled that a ComiHatnt has lieen
riled iiKiiiust you In the above-cap-
tloned i '..in i in ii,,. abovi -. mill. .1
cans,, on April 28, 19011, The nature
"' ll"' ull is to suliji e| an hi.
imii- interest in a trust known as
the ';. orne .1. Talinnoff, ... Ti isti
' 11 nsi to Hi. payment and lien of n
cert mi jii.luin.1,1 in 1,,, ,,| ,,r 1 1 ,
and iiKainst Defi nilani, HKltHKKT 1
l.lthKN, ilidividlliill) and 11- 1 .
liii .is 111, red : 1 let.....1
111 'l" CI11 lit 1 '..in 1 ol the Kiev. ml.
. iuiIIi lal 11 cult, in and foi 1 laili
I i'oiiiiiv, Klorlda, in the sain ..1
-.......'-' PlUS COStS, ami ... Iii,.li jail,;.
duly rei 1.1, ,1 In ..
Hook IsTL'. ai |'M, 7_i. In Hi.
t'fflci. ol Dm Clerk of sai.l < ii, nit
1 oiirt. I'h. assets of the s 1I1I '( 1. ..
.1. I .illniioff, as Trusti Ti ust" ron-
1 the rollowluu. desci I be.....011-
', '' ii'aie. h Ins .....I being in I uil.
' ounty, Florida, to- ii;
Tin- Kusl 1 2 f the Rasl I 2 Df
be NVv 1 1 of S. .-1... 11 ... To n.-lii|.
>. South, Kair;. :;:i l-'.a-i, Ivlna
'inil hi us in Dude County, Flor-
ida, nniiiliilng 10 a. 1, -. m. 1, 01
Said snii also seeks to declare ns
null und void and ir.,n.I,il, 1,1 ... ,,.
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I'efen am. II (01c 1 :l:||T .1 tiKKKN
I to li.r.iiii.uu, I.ii.i.iax s. tJUKFN
' Trust. ., dated August 17. 1964, re-
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1.....ril* ..I n.1,1. County, 1 lor-
4 iiri hi 1. by reijulred to sei > a
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70714-C
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SK RINTRAL'B,
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'.. All I 'i. .Iilois. ,in,| All Pi SOUS lias
inu Claims or Demands Against tiaid
are h.-i.l.\ notified and reipiired
to in'.-.-. 111 uii) 1 ml demands
w li '! you mas have iiKainst the
ol Ri ISR VV KINTKA1 I: de-
ci 111 .1 !.,-. ol 11 ul, County, i
to In Co int) .imii:. .- ..1 1 u,i,. 1 ount.v.
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i"|" iiled 1 Section 7" 1 IS, I
in their offli .-.- in the Count.
Cm Ihouse in I 'ai. t -.11 1 ..,
>v uliin .:. ndax months from the
' Mine nl thi first publication hereof,
or the ks..... w ill he ban
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 29th
da) \ i 1 I aim
Mil. I'l IN VVI'lN'ritAll:
MAl'RII '!: WKINTRAI U
As I i\. in... -
I Irsl publication of this notii on
Il da) of Mas.
s v.viri.'l. .1. RAND.
At.......> for estate of Row VVeintraub
old Ltldg.
LEGa\ NOTICE
\'IT,lE' 'III'' CATION
'T CflURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JLOId^L CIRCt IT OF
FLORIDA IN AND TOR DADE
COU'-.TY. IN CI'ANCERV
Mo. 6t!C
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
.lOSICI'H VNKl.l.W
Plaintiff,
i.urisi: ANRMU'i,
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To: i.urisi-: vnki.i.. ,
In Ml ISOHI I'l... .
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llotlfed thai II Kill "I Co ;.|.i inl for
I 'ii..... has been filed agii -
ami you are rei|ulrel 1.. servi .. cops
of lour An-u.-i or I'l.adinu to 111. Hill
"I C.....plaint ..11 the plaintiff's Attor-
ney, liKi 1R1 IK v 1 1 1:1:11 \. I..-..,.. Ai
lollley ai Ijiw, 12:1 N.K. 7'.'ili Streel
Miami, hloridn and file rh.. ,
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iin- 1 'I- ri, 1 i... i 'ir. uii 1 'ourl on or
1.....1 the 'si das of .li...... 1 11
> 11 fall lo do no, judgineiil l.y default
\, III be taken against yon i..r thi ri
lief ill in.....led in the Hill nf 1 '..',
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COUT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY.
No. 66C 4120
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 73484-A
In RK: listati n
ABRAHAM w BINS 1 BIN-
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NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO Al.l. PI RSi \ -!'i:|, I.\
THB Is i' vti: ..1 ,
sou arc hen
ten li n]it pui in rilni
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and show cause, If anj s ou m, t,.
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By I."ls I-- PASTOlunjSL
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LEON v BPSTBIN
Attorney for B*i cutrla
1211 1.inn.In Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
First public itli 11 of tlii- notice on
'he tith da) of Slav. 1966
5 6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMES LAW
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CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JJUOICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE COUNTY. FLA.
No. 66C 4542
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70659
In RK: 1: : '
MARIK TKSUiR,
Dei earn il.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'.. All 'i. dltors and A II I. -
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(inlr.nl to present an) claims and d. -
li li you in 11 have laainsl
thi esUlli of MARIK 'I'l si.I-.'.,
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to the County Judges of Dade County,
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provldi d in s., :.:. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the County
t 011r1h1.11 in 1 ad.- 1 "ount. Plorlda,
within si\ calendar months from ih-
1 nn, of the first publication hi rei 1.
or the same ili be barred.
Dated .11 Miami, Florida, this 29th
da) of April, A.I' Una:
RRNJAMIN I tksi.ku
1 17 'II.I.V M. KKSSI.KU
As 'o- RXecutors
First publication of this notice on
the 2nd day of May, 1966.
SMITH .\ VIANin.Ki:
Attorney for (jV> Exe. utora
4(17 I.inroln Roa 1
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No.. 70692
Iii RE: Rstate of
I.i 'lis M k I,KIN,
I'l .. MS. ll
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All ti'.diii is ami All Persons Sav-
ing Claims 01 Demands Against Said
Rstate:
Vou an hi n by notified and required
in) claims and demands
"in. li you 11 as have against thi
tati of Lulls M KI.RIN di
' Dade. < '.nun \, Kioi Ida, to the
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