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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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"Oewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
\ c- _.'.ne 39 Number 19
Micmi. Florida, Friday, May 13, 1S66
Two Sections Pace lie
DER ALTE VISITS ISRAEL Former Chan-
cellor Konrad Adenauer, of West Germany,
visits in Israel. He is shown seated between
former Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, his
host, and Foreign Minister Abba Eban. Left
to right are Yehuda Golan, chief of protocol of
the Israel Foreign Ministry; Meir Weisgal,
chairman of the executive committee nf the
Weizmann Institute, where Dr. Adenauer re-
ceived an honorary degree; Mr. Ben-Gurion;
Dr. Adenauer and Eban. (Photo by ITA).
Probe to Air
'Brutality' Of
1
Israel Police
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS RIOT PAGt 10 A
JERUSALEM (JTA) Prime had appointed under the chairman
Minister Levi Kshkol Sunday ap-ship of a university professor >f
pointed a special commission to in-1 law, Dr. Elatli made the followioj
quire into charges of police bru- charges:
SUCCEEDS DR. PRINZ TO OFFICE
Rabbi Lelyveld Heads AJC
CHAIRMEN NAMED
Federation
Annual Set
On June 11
WHIRLWIND UNISH
PAGt 8A
Annual meeting of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation will In-
held at the Fontainebleau Hotel
m Saturday night, June 11, Joseph
M. Lipton, president of Federation,
announced Wednesday.
This year's even) will be ;i conv
lunation dance and supper, with
the stress on fun and relaxation,
according to Harry B, Smith
Smith, who has been desig-
nated as chairman of the annual
meeting by Lipton, is vice chair-
man of the 1966 Budget Com-
mittee for Federation, a mem-
ber of its executive committee,
and is national president of
Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity.
Smith also serves as a director of
["emple Beth Sholom and is a past
president of several organizations,
including the Civic League <>i Mi-
ail Beach Bar Association, and the
Palm-Hibiscus and Star Island
Property Owners Association. An
Continued on Page 13-A
By Special Report
NEW YORK Rabbi Arthur .1
Lelyveld, of Cleveland, assumed
office this week as president of
the American Jewish Congress
after being elected by acclamation
by Hiio delegates attending the or-
ganization's national biennial con-
vention.
Rabbi Lelyveld succeeds Dr.
Joachim Prinz, of Newark, N.J.
who has led the Congress since
1958.
The five-day meeting was
marked by the adoption of strong
stands on a series of key interna-
tional and domestic Issues.
By an overwhelming show of
hands, the delegates voted to
give the question of world peace
equal priority with traditional
AJCongress concern for church-
state separation, support of Is-
rael and Jewish education, civil
tality against Hebrew University
students who. last Thursday,
staged a demonstration protesting
the visit to the university by Dr.
Konrad Adenauer, former chan-
cellor of West Germany, on a
visit to Israel at the Government's
invitation.
The commission, to be headed
by Y. Salomon, an attorney, of
Haifa, was named by the Premier
after the full Cabinet discussed
the police-student clash, and a re
port on the events submitted by
Dr. Eliahu Elath. president of the
Hebrew University. In his report,
compiled by a committee that he
One student was thrown off >
root, and was beaten while slip-
ping down; another student was
trampled under foot and clubbe-J
by policemen at the same time:
one woman student, who was
pregnant, was slugged by the
police; the police did not try to
use persuasion to halt the de-
monstration but used "excessive
forces," 12 students were in
jured, as well as 10 policemen.
After the Cabinet's decision ri3)
an inquiry commission named, art
Continued on Page 3-A
Bonn Cabinet Studies
Economic Aid Offer
RABBI ARTHUR LtLYVtLD
rights and the security of Jews
in other countries.
The decision was accompanied
by a call for suspension of U.S.
Continued on Page 7-A
Kosygin Arrives in Cairo;
Anti-Israel Noise Rises
LONDON 1.ITA1 Strong
anti-Israel propaganda was being
canied in the Soviet press on the
eve of the departure to Cairo Mon-
day of Soviet Premier Aieksei
Kosygin for an 11-day visit as
guesl of the Egyptian President
Carnal Abdel Nasser.
An attack on Israel was carried
in Izvestia, official organ of the
Soviet Government, Saturday, as-
serting thai Israel is trying to
INCITEMENT TO HATRED MOTION
Arson Decision Bounces
LONDON (JTA) An all-party motion to amend the
British Race Relations Act to permit prosecution of organ
izations and individuals inciting to racial hatred was placed
before the House ot Commons this week.
The action followed a sharp debate in which various
members of Parliament challenged Solicitor General Sir
Dingle Foot for his statement that there was insufficient
evidence to prosecute members of the British National
Socialist movement under the Act.
Specific reference was made in the challenges to a
recent wave of arson attacks on London synagogues and
confessions bv neo Nazis of involvement in such activities.
BONN (JTA) The Cabinet
here discussed this week the pro-
posals submitted by Israel in the
current talk on West German eco-
nomic aid to Israel. While no de-
tails of the Israeli proposals have
Been revealed, it was learned that
Israel made demands regarding
both the amount of aid and the
terms
The disputed questions include
the matter ol interest rates on
loans, which ii was learned was
between three and tour percent.
Another issue in dispute is a pro-
posal for a three-year interim
period without interest payments.
A third is the total period in
which interest payments will be
made. Israel reportedly asked for
an extension of the proposed
limit. State Secretary Rolf Lahr,
head of the West Germany ne-
gotiators, reported on the talks
to the Cabinet.
In Jerusalem, .it was reported
that official Israeli sources took a
more optimistic view on the out-
come of talks alter receiving a re-
port from Bonn on the latest
phase of the lengthy negotiations.
The initial offer was reported as
being $40.0(K).0(K) a year. The Is-
OFFERS PROOF'
provoke' an armed clash with
Syria. Similar attacks against Is-
rael have i ecu carried during the
last few days in many Soviet pub-
lications, local and regional.
The Izvestia article said that Is-
rael is trying to justify its 'armed
provocations" against Syria "on
the pretext that subversive groups
operate from Syrian territory."
These 'subversive groups" are
members ol the El Eatah Arab ter-
rorist organization which Israel
has accused repeatedly of being di-
rected from Syria while some of
them operate often from Jordan.
The latest terrorist act of the
El Fatah infiltrators was the
blowing up last Friday night of an raelis are still seeking better
irrigation pipe in an Israeli set- terms in lower interest and longer
tlement. Ein Yahav. in the Negev. maturity on loans.
India Denies
Major Snub
To Shazar
By Special Report
NEW YORK \ statement
Shri Dinesh Singh. Minister
state for External Affairs ol India,
denying reported discourtesy
shown to Presidenl Zaiman Shazar
of Israel bj the Indian Govern-
ment during his stopover at i'a;
cutta al the end of last month, was
read by Jacques Torczyner, pics
idenl ol the Zionist Organization
of America, before several hun-
dred Zionist leaders at a meeting
here ol the organization's National
Executive Committee.
The statement, issued in New
Delhi, was transmitted through
the Consulate General of India m.
New York to the ZOA president.
who on Mar. 29. in a public ad-
dress, strongly criticize.! the In-
Continued on Page 9-A
Opera Guild Changes Policy
The Opera Guild of Greater Mi-
ami this week announced its de-
cision no longer to hold any func-
tions at exclusionary facilities.
In a letter to the Florida Re-
gional Office of the Anti Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith. the
Guild said that henceforth the
Opera Guild "will not hold any
meetings, including committee
meetings and functions, at any
private club that discriminates
against Jewish people."
The letter, signed by Graham
Miller, secretary of the Guild, said
that the decision was reached at
an executive board meeting of the
organization last week.
Hence ended a battle between
the Opera Guild of Greater Mi-
ami and members of the Jewish
community lasting for more than
Continued on Page 2-A


.-'ace
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Opera Guild Changes Policy
Continued from Page 1-A
a decade during which the Guild
annually held itj All-Star fund-
raising function, as well as other
social gatherings in the Surf
, Club on Miami Beach a facility
barring Jews as memberv
Two Miami Beach
Men Head ZOA
Committees
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Judge V Pallor chair the a, tary practice* of a
man of the Florida Regional Board number of social c.j t Mi
of the League, declared that thfa f" area **s applicants
constructive action follows a of conferences between leaders of r*^*** grounds and related
ADL ar.d the Opera Guild these hr"*inZ* *<> groups like the
Opera Guild, which have ocens
The meetings fully explored ionaily used the facilities of such
discriminator;, clubs for their own
fund-raisine and other functions "
In eommendir.s the Opera Guild
for what he termed it^ forthrigh'
action Judge Pallot noteo tha*
member^ and supporter- of th<
Guild come from man> back
gro different religions all
joined n helpins to promote a
worthwhile community er-
iwror : BUs ! you the iiui!d have you have
rv.ected a form of rehewj* pr<-
diet which i< rmx* iHiln ilnfal to
the total community, regardless
of religiou* persus-
SUmtr tay-eW Joseph Moiek
Sholem Lodge
Hears Specker
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Leon May president of the
Sout'-ieast Region announced the
appoin'rr-enf of Sidney Raymond
as chairrnan o' the 23fh annual
con'e-er-ce o' hHa So.-heas* Re-
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serves the useful purpose of
making fair-mirded people ev-
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Police 'Brutality9 Probe Set
by other persons who had gathered: police arrested five persons for the
I outside that settlement. There, | vigorous protest demonstration.
Continued from Page 1 A
the Premier's action in appointing
the body, student leaders at the
university announced that their
immediate demands had been met
and that they would, as a result,
return to classes. They had de-
clined to attend classes since the
dash.
A visit Dr. Adenauer had sched-
iled to make to Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity, at Ramat Gan, was cancelled
for fear that students there might
'epeat the kind of demonstration
that had greeted him at the Heb-
cu University.
Meanwhile, Dr. Adenauer Sun
day attended services at the
Church of the Beatitude at Caper-
naum, and visited Christian
shrines at Nazareth. Both at
Capernaum and Nazareth, the ex-
chancellor, a devout Catholic, was
seen engaged in deep meditation
and prayer. However, he told
| newsmen after the church serv-
[ ices: "This is not a religious pil-
I grimage but mainly a political
I trip, aiming toward further im-
provement of relations between Is-
rael and Germany."
He was still wearing Sunday the
Remembrance Badge with which
he was decorated last week when
he visited the Yad Vashem, the
shrine here to the 6.000,000 Jew-
ish martyrs of the Nazi holocaust.
After the church services, Dr.
Adenauer visited Kibbutz Afikim,
and showed great interest in the
life and activities of the Israeli
settlers there. Saturday night, he
: spent at Tiberias. Sunday, he
, said, he was to visit former Prime
. Minister David Ben-Gurion, at the
! latter's home at Sde Boker.
Dr. Adenauer underwent more
heckling in Israel Sunday. He
visited the settlement of Nahalal,
a smallholders' cooperative, where
the residents cheered him but,
i at the same time, he was booed
Burns Squares
Off for May 24
Gov. Haydon Burns said this
week "I'm taking off the gloves,"
as he squared off for the second
primary in the Democratic race
to be decided May 24 throughout
Florida.
Burns thrust aside a prediction
by Washington columnist Drew
Pearson, and declared "I will be
renominated by 150.000 voles."
"The issue." said Burns, "is li-
bel alism versus conservatism."
Burns supporters locally, led in
Miami Beach by Mayor F.lliott
Roosevelt, joined in claims by the
Governor "that many supporters
of defeated candidate Scott Kelly
have gone over to our side."
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There was a record attendance at Temple Judea when Sydney
Harris lectured on "The Search for Values in an Affluent So-
ciety." Harris (left), nationally-syndicated columnist, is pic-
tured with Rabbi Morris A. Kipper, spiritual leader of Temple
Judea.
Children's Play Series Extended
Bay Harbor Rocking Chair The-
ater has extended its series of
children's plays by Ivan Kivitft
Merry-Go-Round Players. Plans call
for plays every other Saturday.
morning through June, then every
Saturday during July.
Next on the schedule is "Rumple
tiltskin" at 10:30 a.m.. May 14.
followed by "King Midas and the
Golden Touch," "The Snow
Queen," and "The Emperor's New
Clothes."
Other plays planned for the fu-
ture include "The Wizard of Oz."
"Alice in Wonderland," and "Han-
sel and Gretel."
ELECT
ROBERT G.
DUVAL
State Representative
Paid Political Adv.
THANK
YOU!
A bedroom phone.
To get away from it all.
And get it all done.
To shut out the noise. The crowd.
To plan. Discuss.
Settle things in peace and quiet.
A bedroom phone. It's the answer.
To lots of things.
(What else that costs so little gives you so much.')
I pledge to perform the duties of Comp-
troller of Florida with a dedication and
humility that will bespeak more eloquently
than words of my appreciation for the con-
fidence and trust you have placed in me.
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Volume 39
Friday. May 13. 1966
23 Iyar 5726
Number IS
West German Leader
On Visit to Israel
The Adenauer visit to Israel has
been a mixture of feelings, political
anxieties, and socio-economic reac-
tions. The visit was the one promised
early last January, and which Dr.
Adenauer threatened to cancel after
\-.e ancry welccme West Germany's
new Ambassador, Dr. R<->1J Pauls,
received on his arrival in Israel late
lost May.
Dt. Adenauer has now. at least
in Dart, reexperienced the "hospital-
:ty" extended Dr. Pauls, when more
:-'cn a thousand Hebrew University
students clashed with steel-helmeted
19lice last week in a protect dem-
sr.stration against his visit.
I: is clear that Dt. Adenauer's trip
tc :=rae! came as a consequence of
many oersonal and intense feelings.
For cne thing, he came as the sym-
c leader end architprt of Ger-
-ar.v's fantastic reemergence out of
he ashes of World War II.
Secondly, he came as a deeply
igious man. who longc-d in the
of his life to see the country
recreated from the remnants ci Euro-
Jewry that had escaped the Nazi hoio-
d who also wanted to visit its Chi
pieces.
Cne must remember that Dr. Adenauer suf-
fered in a concentration cemp himself both as
a ccr.seauence of his unshaken Catholic belief
and his outspoken repudiation cf the Hitler
regime. That he survived was less a case of
Nazi inefficiency than of the Nazi fear to destroy
so distinguished a German leader.
-JTA
UNDERSTANDABLE ISRAELI POSITION
While the Israeli reaction is understandable,
it is in too many ways inexcusable. One can
"forgive" the angry mobs that faced Dr. Pauls
and his assistant who preceded him to Tel
Aviv. Alexander Turock. Both had been ac-
cused of former Nazi affiliations. But why Dr.
Adenauer, who has repeatedly spoken out in
behalf of Germany's need never to forget? Why
Dr. Adenauer, who came to Israel to demon-
strate something to his own country and the
world at large, apart from his own need for
expiation?
If Israel remains so firm in its anti-German-
ism, then it should be intellectually honest and
halt all relations with Bonn. But what Israel
seems to be doing instead is to pull a long face
like an unruly child and to insist upon eating
the cake and having it, too.
Above all leaders in Israel, David Ben-
Gurion understands this Israeli schizophrenia.
That he has spoken out against it. makes him
as persona non grata as Dr. Adenauer was
in Israel, himself. It is sad neither for Ger-
many nor for Dr. Adenauer nor, indeed, for
Ben-Gurion.
It is sad for Israel, which once again dem-
onstrates a profound failure to deal with the
political and diplomatic realities of experience
in this most important regard: West German-
Israeli relations.
Breakthrough Year." ar.d the civil libertarian
organization will be i j some ci its
"firsts." Notably, these include:
The five-volume 'Studies in Prejudice."
which exposed prejudice as a disecsa end its
carr.ers as twisted perscrsc'.ities. Its thi ist into
American life has been so complete thct today,
only 16 years after its publication, the concept
of the bigot as a mental health problem is al-
ready a cliche.
Committee's sponsorship of self-studies
by Catholic, Protestant and Jewish educators
and theologians to discover and correct inac-
curate or hostile references to Jews and other
groups in religious texts in this country and
abroad.
The organization was among leading civil
rights bodies to expose Soviet anti-Semitism
when, in 1950, and since then, it has continued
to supply the documentary evidence of oppres-
sive measures against Jews in the Soviet orbit.
AJC's exploration and research into exec-
utive suite discrimination has begun to crack
barriers to the employment of Jews in the top
echelons of American industry that have ex-
isted since the turn of the century.
Its work with the Ecumenical Council to
ward the promulgation of the Declaration on
the Jews.
These and more activities of the Commit-
tee are among its many programs the organ-
ization will take note of and celebrate at its
6Cth annual convention this weekend.
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AJC's 60th Anniversary
The American Jewish Committee is cele-
brating its 60th anniversary at the AJC's annual
meeting this weekend in Washington, where
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Arthur
Goldberg will be a guest speaker.
During its six decades of service, the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee has maintained a high
standard cf aspiration, achievement, and ef-
fectiveness. Jews in this cour.try and around
the world have been the beneficiaries of the
nization's founding pledge to protect the
Jews.
Theme for the AJC's celebrction is "The
The Presidential Friendship
President Johnson seems to be carrvina a
load of liahted firecrackers in his lap these
days. But it does not stop him from extending
courtesies to visitors a turn of events which
we consider welcome trom the general trend
during the long, dry Eisenhower and Kennedy
Administrations.
When Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi Isser Yehuda
Unterman came to Washington last week, he
was ushered into the White House, where he
blessed LBJ and brought greetings "of the
people of Israel and from Zion."
As we say, the President needs just about
every help he can get these days, what with
Viet Nam abroad and the nation's economy at
home showing signs cf shaking his administra-
tion's base more than it can tolerate. Whether
or not the meeting with Rabbi Untermcn does
any spiritual good, at least it demonstrates a
point: President Johnson's welcome willingness
to show h:s areat friendshio tor a .--mall and
often belecguered Middle East people.
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Guild on recr n. .
disavowing even committee meetings and other bush
matter how inconsequential, let alone its annual A)
posh places barring Jews. Thus comes to an end a long aid hara
battle. One must, of course, bear in mind the Opera Guild's
promise to the ADL last year, which went by the board- just
as the Surf Clubbers again won the day in an outranking ma-
il new outflanking effort should certainly be anticipated
with sMkMGujldites hanging their tacties-ona iernterpretatior
constitutes official organizational business. Hence, the Suri
conceivably become the future site of activities taking on a?
of the bootlegging era. You knock, a face appears in a arcii
dow high on the door, you give a secret signal, and you
Then, off you go into the delightfully judenreln atmo:
fund-raising for some nebulous group vaguely devoted to
of music. This is. of course, a possibility; but! somehow thi
latest promise seems to have an air of greater determ-r.a-
than others in the past. The Opera Guild deserves thi
munity's gratitude. Graham Miller, representing
Charles Goldstein, chairman of the ADL discriminai
have performed an admirable service. Somewhere .
the socialites appear finally to have gotten the mess;
SOMETHING UKl A MUSICAL HOLOCAUST
IT'S A GOOD THING, too Just imagine how som<
would feel about it. the Surf Club DOtwithstand
tenor. Richard Tucker. 1 was once on the line will
west cantorial manager in Chicago, who turned Iron
him a question and began with "Eh. Ruby ," Richa
mind being called Ruby, a Viddishism for the Hi
but the socialites would absolutely be depressed
all. the Muff that must be considered deadly to
in monks garb, or any other kind of reverst n
Or imagine Chazzan Jan Peerce. or the n
Leontyni Pi getting i ind of a sponsoi ing
whosi ; rj facilities foi i
n ilocaust, somethinj
en so roj al in their be:
her mathematician-phys ..-
And so the fateful
its aj inti tl thi bite hats
Of ci ild finally mi
witl it regard t sic. S the socialites ren a
important
A .<- the Feb. IS ed (ion
it perfect ["hen i race V
the Suri b is an in place < >pini s '.
thii it this | articular 'in place is that
to worry abo it n s being 'out' just because i
it's in Because not everybody can get in'"'
And there we- leave thi- unworried Surf Clubber'
being 'in." relieved by the judenrein air they bri.
once more are assured that the Opera Guild has final
severed relations with them except for the Su.-; Clul -
whose wife is president of the Guild.
*
llUOTf CAM NtUTKALIZl THt CHASGl
?HIS CAN VERY well mean some fancy tightrope waU... But tight
rope-walking is not confined to musical activities these ria. Take
Gov. Haydon Burns The Governor was last Thursday night vuoted
in the Herald as having told a Jacksonville audience earlier m (he
afternoon that he is against bloc voting and that Mayor His
opponent, didn't apparently feel the same way. Reason" Mayor High
could be expected to score heavily with the Yiddish vote o: South
Beach and the Negro vote throughout Dade County.
Said one incensed Mayor High worker on the phone to me Why
the Catholics of South Beach wont like that sort of thing M> impulse
was to laugh at this particularly fascinating example <>f re
snobbism to which I had been expected, for some reason to react
But it was clearly said in righteous anger, if not in the ecumenical
spirit to which Catholics, themselves, would respond
Meanwhile, pivotal workers for Gov. Burns on Friday vociferously
denied that the Governor had made the statement. It ua- : : ex-
plained, made by a member of the Jacksonville audience he addn
The Herald, they declared, had misquoted the Governor Judging by
the Grace Wing Bohne aryan atrocity, I fail to see why Bur- *ould
believe the Herald should turn panty-waist about something u i"1
portant as this.
Nevertheless, it certainly is a possibility. And t< press
home, one of Gov. Burns workers said. "Just a minute Ma>
velt is right at my side. Oh. Elliott ..." I don't quite untie, i
this was supposed to neutralize the charge.
*
THE PHECARIOUS T/CHTROW SITUATION
IN ALL FAIRNESS, both to Gov. Burns and the Her;,,
the Go\ernor's worker failed to note, a Herald piece t
rected the Thursday night Bulldog edition, declaring thai
was merely a reporters interpretation of the Burns press release
This one Burns campaigner was late Friday still trying to chal-
lenge the charge with copious references to the Gov. nici -
talks "on behalf of Israel." the meaning of which even now eludes roe.
as well as to the Gov Burns Forest in Israel, which fails to inspire me_
For now that Mayor High has the Scott Kelly endorsement, and
the theory has been sunk that Kelly and his supporters would never
come forward in behalf of High, the campaign is likely to take the
low road to the May 24 election, with charges and counter fharces
about alleged references to the Yiddish vote merely a plateau in the
descent. "You don't for a moment believe." this Governor's worker
said to me. "that Mr Burns would be insensitive enough to nUM
remark about the Yiddish vote on South Beach"
Bearing in mind, as I have for some time now. the -*'
debated appointments Gov. Burns has made hen
I can only conclude that either the Governor is I
verj had local advice, or else more quoting and mis
the air heavy here before the campaign is over,
anwhile, ;*- Alice ight say, the tightroi
ing precariouser and precariouser


Fridav, Mav '.': 1966
'"Jewlsl ftcrid '
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FOR
WHOM by DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT
THE RABBI EAAPLE OF- GREATER M
SPEAKS
... ON SALE AT ALL L rADING BOOK STORES
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Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual leader of Beth tor; Norman Sholk, president of the Men's
David Congregation, congratulates winners of Club; and Robert Purisch. chairman of the
Camp Ramah Scholarships. Left to right are Ramah scholarship committee. Not shown is
Susan, dauahter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kurtz; Joseph, son of Mr. Daniel Shacter. Scholar-
Mikk-. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Shift; ships were made possible by Beth David
Richcrd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Waas. Men's Club.
Second row are Saul Rabin, educational direc-
Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Appeal
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
United States Supreme Court has
refuse to hear a:i appeal by an
Orthodox Jewish cemetery in;
Youngfrtown, ().. which sought to
proved a disinterment order. The
Children of Israel Cemeterv of
Youngetown has. since May, 1963.
resisted efforts by relatives to dis-
inter the remain> of Bertha Ta-
markin Heselov and her brother.
Isadort Tamarkin. for reburial in
Rode! Sholom Cemetery, operated
by a Reform congregation.
Mrs. Haselov was buried in
1943. f'er brother was buried in
the same cemetery in 1939. Rela-
tives iiecided to remove the re-
mains for reburial near next-of-
kin. w.nen the Orthodox authori
ties refused permission, a court
case easued.
OKic courts ruled in favor of
the relative*, citing testimony
of th rabbi of the Reform con-
gregation that Jewish law per-
mits leinterment "if the dead is
to :i reinterred among his
own.
The Orthod >\ argument was
that Je vish law prohibits removal
of a I'Ody except under certain
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Most amazing of all results
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specific conditions. Removal un-
der circumstances in Youngstown.
said the Orthodox spokesmen,
would be "an insult to the soul."
The relatives filed suit under
the Ohio statute that compels
cemetery managers to permit dis-
interment on application of the de-
ceased's ncxt-of-kin. The Ohio,
Supreme Court upheld lower
courts in the state. The Orthodox
appeal for review was rejected,
the court maintaining that no con-
stitutional question was involved.1
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* Jen i*>t FkridHan
Emanu-El Site Dedication Sunday
Friday. May 13, jggg
El of Miami
h uil! ci groundbreak-
tor its m
ial H. and School Build-
in Sundaj night, with a .
.il the Diplomat
< m Hollywood. A cocktr.,1 re-
Tion at 6:30 p.m. will pn .
black-tie dinner dance in the
cu 'A< gencj Room of the Dipio-
.it
Symbolic groundbreaking cere-
innie> will be held at 11 a.m. on
Sunday in the parking lot adjacent
i the main sanctuary, which will
house the two-story addition to
"ted architect and Emanu-El
ember Morris Lapidus.
More than 500 persons ar. e-
pected to attend the Dedication
Ball, according to general chair-
man, Alexander S. Muss, a vice
president of Temple EmmuEI.
He stressed that there will be no
'und raising at the dinner-dance,
and that reservations still are
available at the synagogue of-
'ice.
'This will be an evening lon^
i f in and dancing, and short on
speeches," Muss asserted. Dr. lev-
ng I.chrman. spiritual I'.ader of
Temple Emanu-El for 23 of it* 26
ears, will >peak briefly along
ih Max Boderman. president cf
iic of the South's largot Con-
servative congregations. which
,"i- includes 1.200 families as
.en bers
Groundbreaking will take place
i ;i lot contributed to Temple
Emanu-El by Samuel Friedland.
asl president who now serves ;,-
haunian of the board.
Samuel .1 Halperln, campaign
'ommittee chairman, and Emil
Morton, building committee ch;>ii^
nan reported that approximately
,alf of the S5O0.OOO needed in
ddition to the lot for construe-
. jii ol the new Social Hall and
school Building already has been
vised
Mr- Alexander Kogan is chair-
lan ol hostesses and Mis. Marry
[MIL /HO&TON
AltXANDM AJRSS
SAMUiL J. HAIHHIN
A. Levy is eo chairman of
hostesses for the Dedication Ball.
The new Social Hall and
School Building will provide 11
new classrooms for the Beach
congregation, in addition to a
grand ball room capable of
seating 600 persons for a ban-
quet. Also in the handsome
structure, designed by Lapidis
to conform to the overall archi-
tectural theme of Terr-pie
Emanu-El and its classic Bv
lantine desvjn, will be new of-
fices, a youth lounge, a board
room, art gallery and additional
meeting facilities.
A stage which Morton said will
be the equal of the latest Broad-
v ay theater facilities w ill provide
for the expanding theatrical ac-
hy vote of the congregation.
Throughout World War II. the Cen-
ter wa* one of Greater Miami's
busiest and n.>.-t popular havi
for servicemen of all faiths.
In 1960. with its congregation
continuing to grow and spread
out. Temple Knianu-EI opened its
North Branch Building at 77th St.
and Dickens ,\vc\. to serve mem-
ber families residing in the north-
ern sections of the community.
The Solomon Schcchter Day
School, only Conservative syn-
agogue day school in the South, is
hound there.
Facilities include) classrooms,
kindergarten and nursery
rooms, playground, kitchen,
dining rooms, library, youth ac-
tivities rooms. Sisterhood lounge,
adult education conference
room, assembly hall, teachers
lour-je, administrative offices
and roof pavilion.
With its huge copper dome, the
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tivities of the Emanu-El Plays and synagogue located at Washington
Youth Players. Avc and 17,h st has kef0"1'' ;'
Incorporated
in 1940 as the
Miami Beach Jewish Community
Center. Temple Emanu-El re-
ceived its present name in 1954
Academy Ladies Hear Readings
familiar landmark. The long lines
waiting for Sabbath and holiday
services have attracted national
attention. The Temple Emanu-El
museum, a branch of the Museum
of the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America, is housed in the mjin
buildings.
HONOR BUCKmTn
'Life At
TheTop
From the author of
Room at theTop"
General meeting of the Hebrew
Academy W omen was held
Wednesday at the Hebrew Acad-
emy, 2400 Pinetree Dr., Mrs. M. H.
Rosenhouse. president, has an
nounced.
Reports of the Binyan Brick
Luncheon recently held at the
school was given by Mrs. Leon-
ard Rosen, luncheon chairman.
Mrs. Julius Rosenstein was guest
of honor at the capacity affair
where 18 women were called upon
to light the birthday cake in honor
of the Academy's 18th birthday.
An entertaining program was
planned for the May 11 after-
noon by Mrs. Charles Simon, pro-
gram chairman. She offered a
reading of two original works en
titled 'Sorry Wrong Number and
A Place in the Sun." Both stories
were written by Mrs. Simon.
During the business session of
the meeting, plans for the forth-
coming Imma luncheon on May 18
will be revealed. Membership
chairman. Mrs. Irving Firtel. has
said that invitations to this annual
event will be sent to all life mem-
bers of the Academy Women.
High Presses For Governor's Post
Miami Mayor Robert King lli^li
idaj pressed his cinest for
otes throughout the state in the
otly contested race for the Demo-
gubernatorial nomination.
"Integrity i- the issue," High
id again and again. High
i .1 thai some 90 per cent
>! the Lakeland senator's chief sup-
orurs have joined Sen. Scott
High, Who rolled up tremendous
eads in populous Dade and I'inel-
,- Counties in the first primary
tta) 3. was in Miami to conduct
it> business in Monday and then
hit the campaign trail in central i
and northern Florida.
His Dado and Broward backers
pointed out that this i- the first
real chance lor a South Floridian
to be elected governor. We can-
not miss this opportunity."
"Former Miami Vice Mayor
Sidney Aronovitz and Miami
Beach Councilman Malvin Kim
lander stumped throughout the
county for Huh. and Beach Coun-
cilman Joe Malek led the entire
Kelly team in that area into the
High camp." according to the
Miami mayor- campaign commit-
tee
Albany Area Club Meeting
Abraham Berkowit/. president,
said that the Albany, N.Y. Area
Club of Greater Miami met
Wednesday. 8 p.m.. at the Deau
ville Hotel. Miami Beach. Greta
Pleissig .-any a program of
favorite melodies and led a com
munit) sin-;
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ELECT
ROBERT G.
DUVAL
Slate Representative
I' i|,| I'l.MII- 'I *
Herb Kelly, Sr.
is keenly humorous*
He drinks milk.
Be keenly humorous.
DRINK MILK... m too good to be
JUST FOR THE YOUNG,
i\


Friday. May 13. 1966
*Jmisfi n&rkHaun
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1
Lelyveld Succeeds Dr. Prinz
Continued from Page 1-A
bombing of Nort^Viet Nam as j
part of a stepped up engirt to move
the Viet Nam war from\he battle
iielcl to the bargaining ta
The Congress condemn^ So-
viet anti-Semitism and calleu on
the I'SSR to restore the religious
and cultural rights of 3,000
tews in the Soviet Union.
In a new proposal to case Mft\
He Bast tension, the Congressx
railed for a joint U.S.Soviet con-
ference to end the arms race be-
iween Israel and the Arab states.
Another resolution urged that
'ommunist China be given a seat
n the United Nations. The action;
narked the first time that the
'ongress had taken a position in <
support of the principle of "uni-
versality of membership" in the
UN.
Apartheid in South Africa
was the subject of another res-
olution, which urged the State
Department to play a more ac-
tive role on the international
scene in opposing the racist
policies of the Johannesburg
regime.
Rabbi Lelyveld, spiritual leader
i Cleveland's Fairmounl Temple.
Reform congregation, is n lor
uer national director of the B'nai
i i11i Hillel Foundation and exec-
utive \ice president of the Amer-
can-Israel Cultural Foundation. As
a volunteer minister counselor
vith civil rights volunteers in
Mississippi in 1964. he was as-
-aulted by segregationists and suf-
ered head wounds.
Working closely with Rabbi
Lelyveld in the leadership of the
American Jewish Congress for the
lext two years will be two high
officials who were reflected to
key posts in the organization,
rhey are Shad Polier. of New
York, chairman of the AJCongress
lational Governing Council, and
Morris Michelson, of Boston, co
chairman.
Convention highlights Included:
A warning by Dr. Prinz of
"danger signals'' threatening the
continuation of Jewish life in the
U.S. and a call for programs that
would strengthen Jewish identi-
fication and a knowledge of Jew-
ish values among young people
who "fail to recognize that the
great issues of poverty, discrimina-
tion and peace are Jewish issues
well."
A candid discussion of Negro-
JewisW relations in which Rabbi
Lelyvesp, speaking out strongly
against! what he termed a "Jewish
backlasf" to Negro anti-Semitism.
declare
"Tlfe new isolationists in
Jewish life ask us to choose
between the preservation of
Judaism and the application of
Jewish values to contemporary
issues. These forces tell us to
ignore the world in order to
survive as Jews. We reject this
false dichotomy; we have suf-
ficient means to intensify our
programs for meaningful Jew-
ish survival and to labor as
Jews in the world for the full
human rights of all."
e a charge that government
support of parochial and Jewish
day schools pose a major threat
both to public education and to
the integrity and independence Ol
Jewish day schools and yeshivoth.
with Mr. Polier asserting that the
"diversion" of public school funds
to church schools had "robbed pub
lie education of desperately needed
funds and subverted the most
basic institution of American
democracy."
A prediction by Leo Pfeffer,
AJCongress' special counsel, that
Jewish Orthodoxy "may yet rue
the day when it accepted govern-
ment subsidies and the govern-
ment controls that must inevit-
ably follow."
An address by Representative
Seymour llalpern. Republican, of
Queens, NY., a member of the
House Foreign Affairs Committee,
warning of growing military dip-
lomatic instability in the Middle
East, that he said "could prove
even more dangerous in its ram-
ifications than Viet Nam" and
charging that U.S. economic aid to
Egypt had enabled President Nas-
ser "to divert money from his
domestic budget" for the purchase
of late-model Soviet arms.
A speech by Rabbi Lelyveld
charging that anti-Zionists form-
ing a "tiny band of die-hard sep-.
aratists" were endangering thou-
sands of Jews overseas waiting j
desperately for the right to end-'
grate to Israel and asserting that .
Jews still "locked in countries of j
tyranny and oppression" depended I
on the philanthropy of American
Jews for passage to Israel and
help in beginning new lives there
The meeting also heard Ambas-
sador Michael Comay, Israel's
permanent representative to the
United Nations, say Israel's recent
reprisal raid into Jordan was a
deliberate effort "to impress upon
the Jordanian Government its duty
to prevent terrorist attacks horn
behind its bonier into the Jewish
State."
Dinner Party For
52 Association
The 52 Association of Greater
Miami is planning a box chicken
dinner and games party for Sun-
day. 6 p.m.. in Washington Fed-
eral, 1234 Washington Ave.
Ticket chairmen are Mrs. (i
Reisenbach and Mrs. J. Wruhle.
The group brings entertainment
to patients In the Veterans Hospi-
tal in Coral Gables, and financial
aid to their families.
At dedication ceremonies oi the Olga and Maigaret Weishaus
Hebrew Academy Girls' High School are (left to right) Hymar.
Galbut, chairman of the event; Joseph Weishaus, who en-
dowed the school building on Pine Tree Dr.. across from the
main Hebrew Academy building; and Rabbi Alexander S
Gross, principal of the Academy. The site will be renovated
this summer and ready in September for resident and non-
resident students from 10th through 12th grades. It will be
able to accommodate more than 60 students.
UNITED SYNAGOGUE YOUTH
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SATURDAY NIGHT, MAY 14, 1966 9:00 P.M.
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Donation: SI.00
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Tickets at USY, 2355 Salzedo St., Rojm J0I, Coral Gables, Ha.
or night ol the performance
MARSHALL S^ HARRIS
gets things done.
He has served six years as vice president of Jewish
Vocational Service, offering job training and counseling
to over 2,000 persons annually. National vice president
of the Jewish Occupational Council. He is an annual
member of the United Fund, vice chairman of its child
care panel and two-time recipient of its Good Guy
Award. He is a member of the Florida Bar Assn.'s
Committee on Continuing Legal Education and in 1965
received the Supreme Court Award for service to the
Bar. He is also active as a vice president and member
of the board of Greater Miami YM-YWHA, the executive
committee of the American Jewish Congress and a
member of the American Distribution Committee and
Young Leadership Council of United Jewish Appeal.
He is a recipient of the President's Leadership Award
from the Miami Jewish Federation which he serves
as treasurer and a member of the board.
This outstanding public service to his fellow citizens
and for the welfare of Dade County has earned
Marshall Harris the endorsement and support of the
following and many other groups and organizations:
DADE FEDERATION OF LABOR AFL-CIO
THE MIAMI NEWS
CONGRESS OF SENIOR CITIZENS
MIAMI BEACH APARTMENT ASSN.
DADE COUNTY POLICE BENEVOLENT ASSN.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB Of MIAMI BEACH
THE INDEPENDENT
THE REPORTER
NORTH DADE JOURNAL
FLA LEGISLATIVE BOARDS OF RR BROTHERHOODS
YOUTH FOR EFFECTIVE GOVERNMENT
VOTERS & TAXPAYERS POLITICAL LEAGUE
DADE COUNTY CITIZENS COMMITTEE
MOBILE HOME OWNERS ASSN.
EXECUTIVE NEWS
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Members of a special committee of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal for Miami Beach condo-
miniums held an organizational meeting at
the DiLido Hotel. Standing (left to right) are
Abe Nerenberg, Harry Sticker, Al Frank, Dan
Boeder.. Jerome Yesner, Susman Lipschitz.
Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Thelma Libson,
9*
Jack Freedman, Mrs. Anna Deutsch. and
Mayshie Friedberg. Friedberg is chairman of
the committee, and Max Weiss (not shown) is
co-chairman. The group has begun an inten-
sive solicitation of residents and owners of
Miami Beach condominiums for the CJA.
Hebrew Grads
Conduct Services
At Ner Tamid
On Friday evening, in conjunc-
tion with late services, the grad-
uating class of Temple Ner Tamid
Hebrew IIi.!;li School will conduct
the services
The following will oart'cipate:
Franklin and Jerrold Horwitz,
Michael Freeman. Ira Paul, Terry
.Miller, Janet II Rachman. Jackie
Ades, Idalyn Pinkel, Lesley Tra-
cer. Heather Moriher. Jefferson
Morgan. Leslie Laurence. Kandi
Revitz, Janet Stciner and Judy
Prichason.
In addition, the Aaron Eisen
stein Scholarship Award will be
presented to the outstanding stu-
, dent of the Religious School, and
Mr. and Mrs. Don Prichason will
initiate an award to the best stu-
dent of the Sabbath morning serv-
ices.
CJA in Whirlwind Windup
\ dramatic increase in the
Hint contributed to the 1966
mbined Jewish Appeal by resi-
tts of high-rise apartments and
members of Westview Country
lb indicates "the grow ins ma-
ty of our Jewish community.'"
soph M Upton said Wednesdaj
Lipton. president of the Greater
V, ami Jewish Federation, praised
\ General Chairman Jay I.
ilak and Associate Chairman
" iton Weiss for their leadership
the drive thus far.
As of Wednesday, the cam-
saign needed just under $100,-
300 to achieve its 1966 goal, with
51,466,745 raised to date.
Lipton noted that this tigun in-
cludes S422.460 contributed
rough the high-rise and residents
-ion, co-chaired by Byron J.
pol and Daniel Neal Heller,
s Ls b gain of more than S60.
-' or almost IT percent over the
-'. n ling recording for the same
.vision m 1965."
1 and Heller noted that
LU be several new high-rise
rtm tits conducting CJA cam-
. ms for the first time in 1967,
,: i! thi r.- i- e\ i rj reason to b<
lieve that we can reach the half-
million dollar figure in this divi-
sion next year." they asserted.
Lipton also lauded members of
the Westview Country Club for
giving 28 percent more this year
than in 1965. He praised the ef-
forts of Westview-CJA Chairman
David P. Catsman in making the
1966 Federation Day "one of the
most successful single-day elicits
in our history."
Ki.-lak reported Wednesday
that the CJA Women's Division,
'leaded by Mrs .lean C. Lehman
and Mrs. A. L. Glickman. already
has exceeded its 1965 total of
S146.746 by five percent and hopes
to achieve a 15 perci nl gain by
the close oi the campaign next
month.
Much of the remaining cam-
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trades and industries, co-chaired
b) Norton Pallot and George J
Talianoff.
"Alfhou.-jh there are several
groups and divisions which have
bettered their marks of last
year, we feel a final round of
solicitation can insure the
achieving of our $1,566,666 goal
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India Denies Shazar Diplomatic Snub
Continued on Page 11-A
rnment for its pro-Arab
and discourteous treatment
raeli President during his
in India en route to Ne-
Torczyner made his criticism
c"> the occasion of the recent
[visit to this country of Mrs. In-
pira Gandhi, Prime Minister of
ndia. He then charged that dur-
. .-g the Israeli President's stop-
per in New Delhi no Indian re-
presentatives came to greet him
[; the airport, and the President
.- Israel was forced to remain in
-e plane.
I Ii Calcutta, where President
L azar had to spend the night, the
j ice reportedly did not attempt
K. restrain demonstrations of Arab
Eudents outside the President's
rorczyner at that time also took
in to describe India's pro-
fit itude wherever Israel is
ied as "a policy that ill be-
mes her."
);in I.. Weisman. of New
chairman of the National
\ Executive Committee, pre-
,it the meeting which was
.iildressed by S. Z. Abramov.
ieli leader and member of the
esset, and Rabbi Armond E.
spiritual leader of Park
lie of Cleveland.
his statement, the Indian
r of External Affairs denied
iiseourtesy towards the 1>
President during his stop-
Its statement further said that
small group of Arab students
emonstratpd at the entrance
the hotel were "promptly ar-
by the police, and a cast
i- registered against them for
- Section 144." The texl of
t- statement by the Indian Min-
: State i External ah hi s
The question of Israeli Pres-
dent's transit through India
'as first raised in April, 1965
"he director of the Asian Di-
I on of the Israel Foreign C-
ce. He had then informed the
Osvernment of India that the
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President would transit India
with a stopover in Delhi 'entire-
ly in a private capacity' and
'that he would not of course be
expected to be treated as a
State guest or to receive any
special attention.' The Israeli
Consul in Bombay subsequently
informed the Government of In-
dia on the visit which was then
scheduled in September and re-
quested necessary transit and
jtopover facilities. The Consul
was informed of the functional
arrangements that would be
made for the transit at Palam
and stopover at Calcutta of the
Israeli President on his visit to
Kathmandu.
"Subsequently, the visil was
postponed by the Government of
Israel because of the Indo-Pakis-
tan conflicl
"in February, this year, the I--
raeli Consul informed the Govern-
nicni of India that the postponed'
visit would take place in M irch,
and requested appropriate facil-
ities He "as informed that similar'
lional arrangements including
ity arrangements for Heads
>i States would be made available
at Palam and at Calcutta as
to them earlier tor the
postponed visit in September.
The scheduled flight of Air
carrying the Israeli Pres-
id( nt made a 40-minute halt at
in the early hours of the
I the 14th and took off
. alcutta. The VIP Room at
was reserved exclusively
President and arrange
- had been mad.- for si
bul the Pn i
;.. .
'
v i .. itia. v h
idem
- : demoi by a
r>| : I \.. studi
ntranc* t" tl
i strators
rrested
as was registet
. \ ilafing se< 144 No
harm resulted to the President or
in his pai iy.
"The Government of Israel
was fully aware since August,
1965, of the arrangements that
would be made tor the transit
and stopover of the President on
his visit to Negal. There was,
therefore, no question of any
discourtesy having been shown
to the Israeli President."
Commenting on the statement
by the Indian Minister ol State for
Foreign Allans, Torczyner assert-
ed that "the same Statement was
not received favorably even by In-
dian public opinion as expressed
in criticism by members of India's
Parliament and press. It was
pointed out that, in the first place,
steps should have been taken to
prevent a hostile demonstration
! against a Head of State of a sover-
eign nation."
Torczyner also pointed out that
"when Israel's late President
Yitzhak Ben-Zvi. in 1060, made a
; similar stopover in India, he was
greeted by due honors by high of-
Uciala Ol the Indian Government.
Since then. India has apparently
succumbed to Arab pressure."
"Recently we learned," Torczyner
further said, "of India's refusal
to accept Israel's offer of aid to
help alleviate India's famine, made
in response to an appeal to many
countries by UN General Secretary
U Thant," a r< fusal which Torczy-
ner said was "motivated by In-
dia's desire to placate the Arabs."
Torczyner also asserted that
while India has recognized Is-
rael de facto, she has refused
heretofore to establish full dip-
lomatic relations with Israel in
compliance with Arao pressures.
"From India." Torczyner said
daughter of Nehru. Mrs. It i
1 Gaadht, who arc among the motf
i nliiihtened and spiritually ad-
vanced 20Ul century pweonelitleb,
leaders were oru, lll(l ,.xpe,., potties that f..i-
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fJenisii Meridian
Friday, May 13, i
966
Adenauer Causes Univ. Student Riot
made arid soil fruitful t,
people's faith in ii> tutate
>ugh
.1ERUSALEM (JTA) More
than a thousand Hebrew Univer-
sity students clashed in a wild
melee here with steel-helmeted
police in a protest demonstration
Bgainit a visit to the university by
((.rmcr West German Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer.
About a dozen of the students
were wounded and several ar-
rested u.s some 500 police battled
the demonstrators to clear a path
for the Adenauer uroup. It was the
first major demonstration since
the 90-> eajflld, elder statesmen ar-
rived th*e days before. Dr.
Adenauer reacted with sadness to
under-:
came to
Govern-
ment. .;
-
After he !*? the mmmm, ^
students assembled before
Premier Eshkol's office in Jeru-
salem tm-swotait1 MpMUjB brut-
ality." Tfey sang anti-police and
anti-Premier song* and demand-
ed an audience with the Premier
who was not in his office at the
time. A student central commit-
sd to strike to protest
tactics. Several police-
hurt, and one student
suffered a fractured
the dashjaiMl mud "1 can
stand their feelfngs"" lie c;
Israel as 5n guest of the C
Dr. Adenauer offered a 'thank
vou to the Jewish people who
helped us Germans wash off the
shame and dirt of the past, the
people which has helped us to be-
come auain members of the fam-
ily of nations." He recalled his as-
sociation with Dr. Nahum Gold-
man, "a man who was prepared
to seek, together with us. a new
future." Dr. Goldman, as Claims
Conference president, had a key
role in the negotiations leading to
West German reparations to Is-
rael and payments to Jewish vic-
tims of Nazism.
Dr. Adenauer said that West
Germany had paid out about S40.
'WiOOO.000 in such payments.-t)f
which nearly $10,000,000,000 has
oeen paid to Jews. He also said
that the past could not repeat it-
self in Germany and that right-
wing groups were small and made
up mainly of older persons. "Our
youth is healthy and Germany will
never again be what it w;is." he
declared.
The former Chancellor did not
hesitate to differ publicly with
Premier Kshkol on German-Jew-
ish relations. At a dinner given by
the Premier. Eshkol said that Ger-
man Israel relations could never
be normal because of the Nazi
slaughter of 6.000.000 Jews
Speaking at a luncheon given He also said that the repara-
li\ the Conference on Jewish Ma- tions agreement which West
terial Claims Against Germany, Germany accepted under Dr.
Cohen Synagogue
Installs Officers
On SuBday evening, the Jacob
C. Cohen Community Synagogue
held installation of officers
in the synagogue at 1332 Washing-
ton Ave.
Slate of officers includes pres-
ident. Jacob C. Cohen; co-founders,
Simon Ilanan. Sam Cohen: vice
presidents, George Simon, .hick
Turkish, Julius Schwartz and Mor-
Krevat: treasurer, William Kas-
enitz associat* 11 easurers, I
1 'harlie Miller. .....
: Benjamin I) "> II
.
ecret iat;
Vbe Dlatl -
: H nei-
d to serve on the ;
Ivar .1. Blacker,
Hyman Chabner, Allan Cohen,
hen, Rabbi Allan Genauer,
Henry Hess, Re\ Jacob D, Katz,
Bernard Kessler. Rabbi Stephen
Kevelson. Joseph Kradin. Bert
Kuhn, Samuel Lenovitz, Rabbi A.;
J. Safra. Israel Schenkman. Sam
Schwartz. Nathan Sommer. llemv
Weinstock. Jerry Wittels. Edmund
Bleiweiss, Alex hitman. Sam Fin-
Vel. Isirfor Kretchmer. Jacob Gutt-
man and Rabbi Henry A. Schorr.
Adenauer's leadership "could
not erase" the holocaust. Dr.
Adenauer, annoyed, retorted
that Nazism "killed as many
Germans as it did Jews". He
added that while he knew it was
hard for the Jewish people to
for.i#t the past, "should you fail
to recognize our good will,
nothing good can come of it."
He emphasized that Israel must
recognize the "new Germany's
good will and its desire to make
up to the maximum for the crimes
of the Nazi regime."
Dr. Adenauer came face to face
with Germany's grisly Nazi past
when he visited the Memorial of
the Yad Yashem. the Israeli cen-
ter for documentation of the Nazi
holocaust Visibly shaken, he
stood stiffly at attention as a cen-
ter intoned Yizkor "for the mil-
lions who were burned alive and
murdered in the concentration
camps. "
He remained silent while exam
ining closely the marble plaques
on the floor on which are in-
scribed the names of the Nazi
death camps. When he was pre-
sented with a badge Inscribed in
Hebrew "Remember." he finally
spoke, saying, "even without this
badge. I never could have for-
gotten."
mann Institute for Science in
Rehovot. He told the throng of
dignitaries that he had worked
since his first days as Chancel-
lor to contribute to reconcilia-
tion between Germans and
Jews, a task which he called
"my moot important and noblest
task, particularly since mankind
owes so much to Judaism in all
spheres of human endeavors."
He said he never imagined, in
his own efforts for Zionism, "thai
such a result could be achieved
this State of Israel which has
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L May 13 1966
"Jen Isti Fhrktiaun
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ii Delegates to Attend 60th Confab
AJCommittee in Washington
Charles n Finkelsteln,
of the Greater Miami
k
announced thai the fol
'members will attend the
Juniversan annual meeting
American Jewish Commit-
..',. held in Washington this
I.
and Mrs R W. Apte, Mr.
Si Myron Behrman, Mrs.
rown. Gerald Katcher. Mr.
. |n E Mogul, Mrs. I.con
lermail. Barton Udell.
;a staffers <>f AJC at the
on will include Meyer
a Mrs- Eleanor Upton. A
Ig arraj <>f international
uonal figures also will be
the function.
lights of the restivities
the annual dinner, sched-
r Thursday evening at the
im Hotel, where most of
kssions will take place.
sadoi Arthur J. Goldberg,
presenfative at the United
and an honorary vice
nt of the American Jew-
mmittee, was to deliver
ncipal address.
Justice Earl Warren was
fcdui'r Ambassador Gold'
iwton N. Minow. former
i of the federal Communi-
^ommission, was to pre-
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inisce about highlights in the his-
too of AJC.
Other speakers at sessions dur-
ing the annual meeting are Secre-
tary of Housing and Crban Devel-
opment Robert C. Weaver, who
was to discuss the crisis in the
cities at a Thursday lunch session;
Secretary of Treasury Henry W.
Fowler, who will discuss the na-
tion's economic outlook at a Fri-
day breakfast: David Astor, editor
of the "London Observer." who
was to outline the dimensions of a
pioneering research program into
collective psychopathology, to de-
termine the causes of individual
and group hatreds, which will be
launched simultaneously in Europe
and the IS Aster's talk will be'
given Sunday in the Diplomatic Re-
ception Room of the State Depart
ment.
Washington Hebrew Congrega-
tion will be the setting of a col-
orful and historic event Friday
night, when a special service is
to be addressed by Lawrence
Cardinal Shehan of Baltimore,
who served as co-president of
the Ecumenical Council and as
chairman of the U.S. Catholic
Hierarchy's Bishops Commission
for Ecumenical Affairs during
the Council's deliberations, and
by Rev. Dr. Eugene Carson
Blake, newly elected General
Secretary of the World Council
of Churches.
Rabbi Norman Cicrstcnfcld. spir-
itual leader of the Washington
Hebrew Congregation, will preside
at the special service
Throughout the four days of the
Annual Meeting, several hundred
top leaders of the American Jew
ish Committee will gather from
cities throughout the country to
discuss such aspects of the agen
cy's work as the promise ol ecu
menism. extremism, Negro-Jewish
relationships. Jewish identity, and
oversea- problems affecting Jews.
Dr. John Slawson, executive vice
president, will set the tone for the
discussions when he addresses the
opening plenary session on "AJC
at fit) Steps to the Future"
Norman Rabb, of Boston, is
chairman of the anniversary com
mitlee. and Mrs. Hilda Blaustein.
of Baltimore, is co-chairman.
Salmon to Head North County 'Y'
North County YM and WHA has
annoui ced its newly-elected offi-
cers for the 1966 >>i year.
Michael II. Salmon was re-
jected president, and other offi-
rs named were vice presidents,
Lionel Bosem, Herbert Saks, and
Matthew F.ttinger. Aaron Cold was
elected secretary.
Also announced for the new
toard ol directors tor North Coun-
tj were Mrs. Fred Arthur. David
Blauner, Edward Dcckei'. Irving
Denmark. Robert Perless, Mrs.
Robert Perless, Donald Ri fl Mrs.
Donald "< ifl Mrs. Herbert Saks,
M Rosal) n Salmon, Jbsep
. Mrs Stanley Mitchel, Arthur
Hurwitz, .lack Carmel, Mi
Carmel.
Gary Garfinkle, Mrs Fred Ri
man. Sj London. Mi's. Tom
Reach, Arthur Winton, iuul. Mr-
Sarah Madison, senior citizens re-
presentative.
The YM and WHA of Gt
Miami i- a member agency of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and the United Fund.
MICHAEL SALMON
Chapter Chooses
New Leaders;
Unit on Beach
New leaders of R'nai B'rith.
Menorah Chapter, will be installed
by Mrs. Max Kern on Tuesday
noon. May 17. at the Algiers Hotel.
Headed by Mrs. Bertha Kaskoff.
president, slate includes Mrs. Max
Moskowitz, Mrs. Max Thurston,
Mrs Robert Rich, vice presidents:
Mrs. Abraham Seltzer, Mrs. Sarah
Rosenblatt. Miss Rebecca Good-
man, Mrs. Katharine Victorhouse,
secretaries: Mrs. Irving Lacks
treasurer.
Also Mrs. Rose Barber, histor-
ian; Mrs. .Joseph Bloch. sentinel:
Mrs. Gussie Binder, guardian: Mrs.
John J. Benjamin, councillor.
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5.
ervices
Rafn-m Rabb' Dan.el
Cj-tir C*t Gale.
L i *i
AGUDATH ACHIV *-....t!
6305 Collins A\e. O'tr-
.....
ID. Zc
[servative. Rabbi So Land*
IWiiham W. Lioson.
h
i hi i '
iili.'

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liatur :.iy; 5 .i.iii > j ii
ti l..->*..ii Junl
lith Min.-hir ;* i*i
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^i. 500-SW 17th A*e. Ortho-
^^ibbi Salomon ,Sqtyf<-
irl"'ll "Man's Pree l.'lm*' Mm-
111 B.3II p in
ETH ISRAEL. THf -40th St. Ortho.
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
ETH JACOB' '*t Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T ,
.Inky. Cantor Krraurlee Mrmches.
ETH (CODESH,,, UQ\ SW 12th Av.
Modertt TrQnrronaf. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben.An.
tnM.-4*pi:4*f JfAW A*mc.M "The
rtuntain of the Lord." ." p.m. "Por*
ii .f i.aw.".;?; av- Rook Ahead."
ETKe MOSH E'CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwv. Conservative.
Rabbi" Richard Miriovlti. Cantor
Seymour Hinkea
(r-.i.\ is p.m. Sernioi 'i .. iv.
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CArVDlEllGHTING TIME
23 Iyor 6:43 p.m.
''., SSI -"' H

M
' jnea ,- !i ,'..-. .1 ... .-
..I S:i! \ 1' i :. .-
i .. ti.,n -tlie Week.
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MTH RAPHEL. 1545 Jefferson
Ave. Conservative. Cantor Saul -H
Breeh.
JETH TFILAM. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
.----- ,------
JETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. -fiajjisaarvative. Rabbi Max Lip-
achiti; Cantor Jacob Renzer.
Prldai ":fi and 8:1.* |..m. l!..s MltZ-
ih' Pern d'-iehf-r "f Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Abramouitz. Saturday 8:4.>
i.m Bar Mluvah: Marc, son of Mr
and Mref^Col Goldstein: Bruce Pearl-
man, son 'f Mr an l Mrs Martin
- -ii a. David, -on of Mr.. I'.it i
Sllverman M ncha 8 p.m.
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3'N' RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
Priday ;' ; in >- mull "Heaven in
HEBREW LESSON
CUSAN HEBREW C'^Clc OF '
i ihii to a .. O'tno-
aj R.inui Dov RozeT.
PLA0L5.R-GRANA-IA. 5- \W 51st
Pi, Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
r.**i- r-nt.ir Geo'ge Goloberg
. Saturda!
- ii nf M 1. and Ui -
1 .\ Its Mil u p 111
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 2i"K Pinetree
Or. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross
I i-l Saturda} m Miu-
cha ''> p in
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3173 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
L. Drazin. Cantor Louis Cohen.
F: 'Ida) ii.lv -,1.1V- S.itiii'1;n 8:46 aui.
SernYon: 'T*ortlon of tli- week." Bar
Mluvah: Richard Michael. son ..r Mrs.
anil Mrs Samuel Kpsteln.
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JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
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KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Prldaj *:'.'< p.m. Saturday 8:ll> am.
> mon: "Lei s Pick up a Pew Bless.
; p.m. ''lastes ,t, Talmud and
Ethics "f the Path)
----
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 Nt
19th Av. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan.
Prida> > p.m. Saturday 9 a m, Ser*
mon "Economics and M411ul >.
.\iIni hn *:!." p.m.
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con
it Wax'

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TEMPLE TIFERETM JACOB W1 E
4tn Av-. Hla'eal Conservative
Ra ee Klein



TEMPUC ZAMORA. 44 Zi- jrj Ave
Cons*rvat;-. e. R-i'ih V -, x .. i i- '
ejer Cantor Dn Dckson.
p.| .n '
>'.,.- --.,', r
"Perl
----
TEMPLE ZION. 8'JOO MiHer Rd Con
ervatlve, Rabl


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Comer.
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Orthodox Ra>
YOUNG lRAfL 0-
1542-44 Washmqt, .
tali Porush
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SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION
. v BEfiAJ-^iEHUKKOTAI

Fields lie fallow each seventh year. Shofar proclaims
Mr as IT'
tiet*
*7io D'ninp nscx 'np t1:
.an1?" nain rn nwvsn
* t: T -
?: "73K .n,3c?ir'?i Tuatf
t r ~: t v T ; i | I
fins nsp inp nr'pp: fnisn i
T : : t ; -
rvrr no^nn nic? *sn3 -id1?
. T | V t t : :
rx yas1? D^n*3 Vns
.nwiTo nj.3ii
T : 1
*ixn3 iDpxnn ncnio r:i3*;
nain Da dk? rn .'roxn ninar,
T T t;- .:--'
rinag ippp |3i?api .d"V:ii-
.-i*V*n csii
"70 nis^p oit nnya
-in? nns^j hV rx ni^-n
'fpn1? D'-iy1? n|R on Miy
.nipn "pnfea pn*?1?! d-tibs
-'np-i nay D^'n-D-D'-i-ia
rri^og] Q",4?*nn .or^h ay
itrcj D^p^inn ^33 dj npr
.nS n3 rrrrtf mis ^3
r v : v : -. T
I
irrp^ip nnap nna nnsina)
Zahal Adopts a Neighborhood
in Jerusalem
msrn iitsn
nn3B? faxa 7-ns
r t t :
npvisn i-yn nain1? nnna
iT.-T .T --.
rrans niD* dbs nrrn -
: t t : t
nxsai x*n tafa d^ix .mino
.... T T .
'xa n'pnna neppi nroETt
I^DX 01*3 DJ "73X ,1948
t : v t ":
nan^an "ia*o nx no' nixi'?
T T 1 r V T
-ina nx'i'ann npnn n:i3n
... T It- t t :-
Brin ~icx3 ni n-n .o-aanna
v":- T T T
t : t *: t
3'3-i .nnan ^ niiiinnn
t ; t
no vnn nii3ya3 rn
t : t
wxi1? a xsac? -oi .13 ,l?nx3i
t t v t: t :
T^atfn rm x*? .i7>xa n'n -
- 1 T T \ T T
^3 di Tn-so-ao mio rn x*?
It t : t
xsane? i3'?3i ,r\rub ietdx
" t V T t T :
t t : t t : -
-^rr .nnna nn'n nnai^n
% t:t t :-
o^^nn D,o33i rn nnaartJ
: T : t t : -
ya'pi Q'pnqn Dorian *?ya
The neighborhood of Morasha,
-A'hich is situated right under the
wall of the old city and opposite
the positions of the soldiers of the
Arab Legion, was once a com
pletety Arab quarter. But today
it is situated inside Jewish Jeru-
salem.
The quarter.was conquered at
the beginning of May, 1948. but
traces of the battle are still easily
discernible today in the neighbor-
hood. The empty quarter quickly
filled, up with residents. It was
when the large waves of immi'-ira
nnjiarrived'ln the early years of
iratj state Many were in the ma'-,
baaol in tin huts and cloth tents.'
vviioever found a roof over his
lieflri was happy No electric? No
.in.' : j arrangements? one can
ive without them as the
amilj lias a livelihood.
The neighboi hood was i
rhe quarter's "fla a h
ui g user the ruii ed i"> is and
tinguishing mark
neowing by the open dustbins op-
posite the guns of the Legion.
Children abounded amidst the filth
and overcrowding.
Many public institutions tried to
help the neighborhood and its
inhabitants. But all the help was
swallowed up like a drop in an
ocean of day-to-day problems and
difficulties.
Half a year ago. a Zahal unit
in Jerusalem decided to adopt the
Morasha quarter.
Deeds followed words. The chil-
dren of the Morasha quarter as-
sembled in the yard of the military
camp. Many men and women sol-
diers, the Jerusalem youth orches-
tra and of course the district com
mander and mayor were there
Henceforth groups of uirl sol-
diers will instruct the children oi
the neighborhooiU in the clubs
They will help the children to do
their homework and play
games. Gil i o

. nt ii,.
Published by Brit Ivrit OUmit
aervative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miar
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Stone
Cantor Maurice Neu.
Pridas 8:15 p.m. t'sv officers will be
' in*ta led. Queal speaker will !>,- Abra-I
limn lilttleson Saturda) 10:30 a.m.
1 Sermoi "Scripture L-rason foi the!
Sabbath "
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
P id i) 8:S0 |i in St rmon: "Rabbi,
Teach me i" Praj Saturday Ifl m
i :.-ii- Mltavah: Richard, son of Mr. and
Mrs Max Krieser. 11:30 a.m. Car
Mltavah: Jay. son of Mr and Mrs Ben
Wooirte*vd: Mitchell, eon of .M? :m.t
Mi Bernard Mandei
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative I
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er-
nest Steiner.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstruction^ Rabbi
Morris Skop
Prlda) S:13 p.m. b'ermon: "Educated
Minds :"'il Calloused Hearts." Satur-
da) 10:30 a.m. Bar Mltavah El .. son
f Mr. and Mi.-. Edward I i net
------
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisn
Cantor David Conviser.
Prlda; 8:45 p.m. Sermon: "Piua XII
and the Third Reich Saturdaj I
a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Alan Edward, son
Rubert 1. Krinsman; Herbert Neal,
of Dr. and Mrs. Sanfi rd Levlne.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW '
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
Friday B:30 p.m. Sermon: "The Advan-
tages "( a Trip-Tilt." Sisterhood will
host the Oneg Shabbat Saturday
a in. Junior Congrreaatlon
--------
TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8ti.
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Z.
Olixman.
Priday 8:80 and 7:15 p.m Saturda) I
a.m. Bar Mltavah: Russell Arthur, ion
Of Mr iiinl Mr-. George Pish
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvl Adler.
Friday 8:30 p.m, Joint Installatii
Sisterhood, Brotherhood and PTA.
Sermon: "A Tree lt Brani >-, and
Roots." Saturday a.m. Sermon:
"Weakly Portion of tlin Bible.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER ML
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot.
Friday 8:15 p.m, Sermon: r.sn The
w.irst Terror of our Ace."
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR. I
3500 SW 69th Way. Conservative. I
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave. I
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip- [
per.
Priday 3:1$ p.m. Service "ill honor
tiarr) Carney, tempts orcanlat, and
the choir, Saturday li a.m. Bar Mlta-
vah: l-ee Irv In. son of Mr. an.I Mrs
S.in ford Mandril.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 820 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram- I
owritx. Cantor Nieo Feidman
Frlda) I i". p.m. Sermon: "The Power
f Prayer." Baa Mltavah; Sharllen,
daughter ..r L'berto i rvlato, Saturda)
> i ii. Bar Mluvah: Jorge, son of
I ui.I Mrs Isaac I 'hervonj
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
I i Ida) ] in Sermon 'The Major
in- in Jewish Education Tslav,"l
tempi,- I:
\. T imid Hi i
..I ttudi
TEMPLE OR OLOV Conservative
I75S SW 16th St.. Miami, Rabbi
Samuel April.

TEMPLE NORTH MIAMI
-: St.
"The seventh year shall be a sabbath neither son th
field ." (Lev. 25. 4>. ". hallow the fiftieth year and nraclaiml
liberty throughout the land (25. 10).
BEHAR "And the Lord spoke unto Moses in mount SinaiJ
saying .-. When ye come into the land which I give you, then
shall the land keep a Sabbath unto the Lord in the seventli
year shall be a sabbath of solemn rest for the land
shalt neither sow thy field, nor prune thy vineyard And ail
sabbath produce of the land shall be for food for you for thee|
and for thy servant and for thy maid, and for thj hud sinanl
and for the settler by thy side that sojourns with thee; and foj
thy cattle, and for the beasts that are in thy land 23 \.;\
Following seven sabbatical years, the 50th year is to be observed
as a jubilee. "That which groweth of itself of thy harvesi thoj
shalt not reap" (Lev. 25. 5). Scripture then states And ve shall!
hallow the fiftieth year, and proclaim libert) throughout ]
land unto all the inhabitants thereof; it shall be :> jubili......,
you ... Ye shall return every man unto his possessioi le\|
25. 10-11).
The same laws pertaining to the sabbatical year hold I
the jubilee. In addition, all fields return to their oi
every Hebrew slave is free to return to his home. A Hebrew
slave can always be redeemed; if he is not redeemed, he goes
free in the jubilee year.
"And if thy brother be waxen poor, and his means [ail with
thee; then thou shalt uphold him: as a Stranger and settler
shall he live with thee. Take thou no interest of him or increase;
but fear thy God: that thy brother may live with thee Thou
shalt not give him thy money upon interest, nor give him th
victuals for increase (Lev. 25. 35-37).
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is tr.
traded and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher If.
Shengold, and the volume it available at 27 William $*., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volum* ]
is Joseph Schlanfl.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
The Land Sustains I s;
But it Belongs to God
By RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN
Sky Lake Synagogue
Human misery was derived
largely from the type of economy
which" permitted the exploitation
of the* many by
the few. Poverty
and disease plag-
ued mankind
from time im-
memorial. The
rich get richer,
and the poor get
more children.
In an agricul-
tural society, the
few owned all the
land; while the
masses remained
landless. The
landowners be-
came the feudal
lords and the
people their vas-
sals.
Long before the children of Is-
rael were to enter the land of
Canaan, long before they were to
become land-owners, the Torah de-
vised an economic system pre-
scribed by a series of moral laws,
which would guarantee the equal
rights of all the people to possess
land. This economic system made
it impossible for anyone to ac-
cumulate land over and beyond
what was guaranteed to him
We read m tins week's portion.
ifter counting seven -
ical yi ,i; eth year was to
' i i. ed the Jubilee year In that
the land sold pi ii to I
1 wen) back I I
i i ikes .'
\ ... the land shall not be
ffokki Capias
sold in perpettiin For the lar
Mine, for ye are strangers
dwellers' with me "
The COfleepI that (he land
longs to Uod was intended to
press the Jew with ttie fact that
truth he is Jiot the owner. The a
was given to him tor only i
purpose: namely, to feed him ^
his family. This was his right- T
was also everyone else's ristit
Torah meant to protect tne ria
of all
Speaking of land. I am remw
of this story. Two Jeu> quarre
bitterly over a piece of land
each claimed for himself. To
solve their differences, they
cided to go to the Rabbi In P
senting their arguments, they
came so emotionally carried a
that they started to scream a
curse at each other
Suddenly, they In held the Rat
lying on the ground with his e
pressed against the earth. The ti
astonished Jews questioned t
Rabbi's behavior "1 hear a V0I
coming from the earth." the Ban
said. "And do you know what
says? 'Go ahead my children, tig
over me. Soon enough you
both belong to me

This pfg* ii
operation ".. : M*
j.m Rdbbinicdl Ai
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D8 MAX
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Qlom Tots
fer Cantata
of Temple Or
;,,l .-, cantata. The
-meation." <> Friday, 7:30
,',,-,.! o! the family services
,rtPd b\ Rabbi Samuel April.
t Bimbaum. Maxanna Shult?
steve Dubin were featured
tilts Kindergarten teachers
j Feinglass, Bra Seldif-h
Iris Solomon directed the
KD.
school committee hosled
,ineg Shabbat following the
t in honor of the children.
Kindergarten and Nursery
i of Temple Or Olom, with
Saul Penick, director, in
is now opening registration
the school term starting in
,mber Children who will be
and 5 as of Jan. 1, 1967, are
bit
mple Israel Slates Education Series;
feature Leading Jewish Personalities
HARRY B. SMITH
ORTHODOX... CONSERVATIVE... REFORM
ol Greater Miami
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-tries which will
.i Jewish syna-
U Jewish scholars
Orthodox. Con
foi in as well as
,v tigures.
the hitler ".il!
one of the
America t<
author of the
s", God and His-
the adult si ries
festiv al of cin<
relate t" th
ur time.
\}bt Bicycle Thiaf," "Life of
ti i: a. Raisin in hs Sun,"
King's Men/' "The
' "Golden Boy"
'^i rucible" are among
M i< oduled to be shown.
morah Reelects Rosen President
id K< n was elected pres-
. Menorah for a
al the congregations
si meeting this week.
Ha, a native of Baltimore,
keen affiliated with Temple |
ifah for over a decade. Dur-
he construction years of the;
It. he held the position ofj
vy vice president and vice
man of its building program.
met arriving from Balti-
, Rosen hat become deeply
lived in alt Jewish causes.
Ins served as chairman of
State of Israel Bonds, chair-
' of advance gifts for th*
I 'bincd Jewish Appeal, and
I chairman of th* Hebrew
demy.
addition, Rosen has taken
[position of leadership over the
n friends of the Hebrew
-sity, the Jewish National
and numerous other cultural
tharitalili organizations. For
Pfdistinguished service to the;
community," Bonds of Is-1
V presented Rosen with the |
at Balfour Israel Award.
airman of the Gulf American.
Corp Ro flit Ami rican Galleries.
- presently serving
men's Division chairman for!
Greater Miami Israel Bond
wo nation.
x Krauss ill resume his of-
II lw"<.....n president.
e
t
i oi
fleeted to serve as vice pres-
idents are l.-adore Orell and
Charles Summer. Both men have
served for many years on the
board of directors. Other officers
elected are Jerry l.elchuk. sec-
retary: Louis DeCoveny. treasurer;
Jack Burstein, financial sec-
retary: and Sam Malow, assistant
financial secretary.
Members of the board of di-
rectors arc David Alper, Abe
Appel, Abraham M. Axelrod,
Aaron Berger, Maurice C.
B e r g e r, Michael Bronstein,
Joseph Denmark, Him*n Fen
Star, Hirry Frankel, Nathaniel
Glickman, Dr. Samuel Green-
field, Sam Jaffee, David Klei-
man. Dr. Sigmund Klein, Harry
J. Knight, George Klein,
Eminuel Lebowitz, Mrs. Benja-
min Ledwiti, Samuel Leifman,
Irwin Levin, Uberto Orvieto,
Harry Rosenfeld, Edward
Schaeffer, Sam Schrffman, Al
Sherman, Robert Siegel, I. Wal-
ly Sigal, Saul Strachman, Rob-
ert Surloff, Jerry Sussman, Mau-
rice Weil, Rubin Zerlin and Ir-
win Zuckerman.
The following have been ap-
pointed to serve a* honorary vice
presidents: Morris Black. Sam
Kuchs. Abraham Selecoff, Joseph
Mansbach and Irving Billig
Federation Annual June 11
Continued from Page 1-A
attorney, he also is a director of
the Jewish Home for the Aged of
Greater Miami.
One of the highlights of the'
annual meeting will be the elec-
tion of officers for 1966-67 of the :
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
central community organization of,
Dade County Jewry.
Fred K. Shochet, publisher of]
The Jewish Floridian and a mem-!
ber of the executive committee of!
Federation, has accepted the posi-1
tion of chairman of the nominating !
committee. (
Shochet is a national leader in I
numerous publications, press, re-
ligious and community organiza-1
tions.
Other members of the annual
meeting committee, in formation,
include William Baros, Mrs. Phil
Bloom. Max Cogen, Paul Faske.
Mrs. Sol Goldstein. Louis Harris.
Sam J. Heiman. Dan Heller, Irving
Kaplan, Mrs. Jack Katzman. Mr-
Inez Krensky, Sidney Lefcourt,
Mrs. Jean C" Lehman. Mrs. Irving
Lehrman, Mrs Joseph M Upton.
Mrs. Sam Luby, Jr.
Also, Ronald Pallot, Sam Pol-
lack, William Rafkind, Abe Sol
osko, Harry B. Smith, Arnold
Stern, Byron Topol, Robert
Traurig, Mrs. Howard Trim,
Milton Weiss and Leonard Zil-
bert.
Members of the nominating com-
mittee, in addition to Shochet, in-
clude William Agranove, David P.
Catsman, Joseph Cohen, Walter
Falk, Mrs. Aaron Farr, Mrs. Jack
Katzman. Jay I. Kislak. Jack S
Popick. Harry B. Smith, Robert
Traurig, Irving Wexler and A. B.
Wiener.
Ba-ed on the general theme.
"What a Jew Should Know." the
adult series, endowed by Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Greenfield, will stress'
every aspect of American Jewish ,
Life Rabbi Israel Miller, president
"f (he Orthodox Rnhhinical Coun-
cil Ami rica; Rabbi [ra Bisen-
t' in hi .:*. ol the R"coiistruction-
ist movement: Conservative Rabb s
on, Jacob Agus
Edv ard Si nd i ov Pi .<
lost b Petuchov
is Rivkin,
Samu< j Sandm I and Louis Sil
tan; and Rabbi Roland '.. Git-
'in' leadii i Refoi m spokes-
lied i the Sun-
.1 am
i aith, Eternal People."
bj i. o in pp. will be the text
used in tin course, to be conducted
by Dr Joseph R Narot.
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the memory of the late
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formerly of 3490 Proirie Avenue,
Miami Beach, will take place
Sunday, May 15th at 2 o'clock
at the Jewish Section of Wood-
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friends and relatives are asked
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Today's Thovght: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Choosing a Name
Can be a Problem
|JO YOU LIKE Ogden Nash as
* much as I do'.' One rabhi told
Mr. Nash that his poetry could
onlyJ>e described by his name with
a Yiddish accent: a "nash" a
treat.
In one of his poems. Nash
says he has a friend to whom he
would like to write a letter. But.
lias, he can't.
The reSson "is that his friend is known as Larry,
and Nash doesn't know whether to address him as
Lawrence or l.aurence. As a result, he's too em-
barrassed to write at all.
Parents would do well to consider the difficul-
- that some people have with their names before
deciding on what to call their youngsters.
if you name your child Albeit, remember lie
will lie known as Al Thai means that friends will
never be sure whether he's really Ah in. Alfred.
Alexander, Alan, or Allyn.
And before wishing a name with a complicated
Orthography on your child, remember thai some
< ile spend a good deal of their lives saying, "No,
:r.\ name is Anne with an e, or my name i- Marc
with a c not a k" Don't you have friends about
whom you're nol sure whether the first name is
Louis or lewis. Stuart or Stewart. Sidney or Syd-
ney? And what shall we say about people who are
Philip but with two IV'
If you want to make life easier for your chil-
dren, try to find a name which, when spelled, can
be pronounced, and when pronounced, can be read-
ily spelled. Also you might try to avoid names which
are suitable for both genders. In one family I know
a favorite name is Dana: the family likes it so much
it has given it to both boys and girls. Does that get
confusing!
Another thing to think about is what the nick-
name will most probably be of the name you choose.
Some names are fine, but the shortened version
causes trouble. How often does a Eugene known as
Gene get mixed up in some minds with a Jean, which
may be short for Jeanette?
With respect to first names, it is heartening to
see a return to those wonderful Biblical names. One
1 like is Isaac, which is Hebrew for laughter. Noah
is getting quite a play, as is Joshua and Daniel and
an occasional Seth.
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
About Latin Jews
Washin
AN "ALLIANCE FOR PROGRESS" to
** develop closer tie- linking .lews of
th America with i n Jewry is diem
ed desirable by Sen. Jacob K. Javitv
Sen. Javits, a New York Republican,
returned recently from a visit to Latin
America. He went as a member of the
U.S. delegation to the Inter-American
Economic and Social Council of the Organization of
American States. The Senator has long been interested in
Latin development and has participated in investment
undertakings.
Sen. Javits took the opportunity to become more
currently informed on the situation of the various Jewish
communities in South America. He was motivated by his
deep personal interest in Jewish life and desire to know
more about Latin Jewry as it exists today.
In Buenos Aires, the Senator was welcomed by Isaac
Goldenberg, president oi the well-known DAIA, repre-
sentative organization of Argentine Jewry. He addressed
a meeting of this body, stressing that American Jews
-trongly supported Israel and found this fully consistent
with their .status as loyal American citizens. He debunked
anti-Zionist propaganda thai sought to raise a false issue
of "dual loyalty."
The Senator found Argentine Jews deeply interested
in internal Israeli Government politics. They attempted
to elicit his views However, he didn't wish to involve
himself in the domestic controversies ol Israel. As an
lean Senator, be felt this would lack propriety,
He described in detail the integration of Jews in
American public, civic, and social life. He stressed aspects
wish culture and religious identity on the is scene.
The pride and -elf respecl of most American .lews was
communicated to the Jewish leadership of Argentina.
But the Senator's main desire wa to learn. He was
deeply Impressed by the spirit of militant Judaism evi-
dent in Argentina, the highly-organized community, the
KehiHah concept based on European Jewish traditions. He
also found Argentine .lews somewhat isolated from the
general life of the country
A deep interest in Zionism and Israel were evident.
Sen Javits said he was pleased to visit a Jewish theo-
logical school, the Seminario Rabinico latino Americano,
and to talk with its director. Rabbi Marshall Meyer of
Connecticut. Twenty-five university students are enrolled
for part time study leading to further learning in the
United States to prepare them for the rabbinate. Sen.
Javits saw this as another step in bringing Americans
closer to their coreligionists south of the border.
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Record of History in Making^
United Nations |
"THERE ARE STILL some old
timers around the United Na
tions who remember the tremen-
dous impact made upon all here
years ago by a dignified gentle
man who. in his meticulous "Brit
ish" English, spoken in talmudk
sing-song, pleaded ardently, and I
successfully for the right of the Jewish people to
establish their own homeland in Palestine. The man
was Dr. Chaim Weizmann.
His voice and the voices of many others
friend, neutral and foe alike were recorded at
the time the words were spoken and are preserved
here forever in the audio archives of the tinted
Nations. Yerv lew people outside the diplomatic
ayd news fields have access to those exciting
audio archives. Now everyone who is interested can
hear Dr. Weizmann and Hi other important
personalities -- on a new LI' record just released
under the auspices of the American Committee tor
the Weizmann Institute of Science. It is a filling
commemorative item honoring the name of Dr.
Weizmann and the cause that he had served so long.
SO brilliantly and so effectively.
The record, a dramatic. 40-minute program, is
entitled "Chaim Weizmann. Israel and the Jewish
People.'' Other voiees besides Dr Wei/inanns. some
heard in this form lor the first time, include those
of President Johnson and ex-President Harry S T
man: the late Sir Winston Churchill and the ;
Adlai Stevenson; David Ben-Gurion and Dr \
Weizmann. widow of Israel's first President Krat
Cardinal Spellman and Sen. Robert p, Kennedy'
internationally prominent Jewish leader- hk,' a
ham Feinberg. Mrs. Rose Halprin, Harry lev
Me-er W Weiseal. Britain's Israel M Siefl and
tons Dr. Dewey D. Stone.
Not all of the recordings came from the
files. There is a thrilling moment when one hi
.Liaim Weizmann saying the traditional blessin-
(iod, in Hebrew, as he was sworn in a- Israi
President, on May 18. 1948 There is Weizmann'*
action to the United Nations adoption ol r
tine partition plan, in 1947. and tin eelebral
that event, in a square in Tel Aviv i .
moments one. reported by Dr. Vera tt'i
of her husband pleading with Britain's Lord
for permission to land Jewish immigrant*
There is Harry Truman's I rim
what had happened in his private offici I the V. (
House Hist before In- issued the forn
ol tiie new Slate of Israel by the I
eminent There is a longtliv stateim : >,\ \
Stevenson, one by Sen. Kennedy, one h> Brita
Sir Harold Nicholson each excitin
The narration, holding all the voii
is done by a man who is probably the mosl fill
person in the world to do such a job l-i.
Foreign Minister Abba Eban
Si

As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
That Old Russian Myth: Birobidjan
IF YOU HAPPEN to be on the mailing
list of the Embassy of the Union of
Soviet Socialist Republics in Washing
ton, you may have received by now a
slick little pamphlet, "Jews in USSR."
telling vou how comfortable and fruit-
ful Jewish life is for the 2.200.000 or
more Jews in that vast Communist land.
Should you have doubts, should the
protests of thousands of Jews outside the USSR have
penetrated your consciousness, you could be reassured
by reading in the Soviet pamphlet about the glories of
Birobidjan. the Jewish autonomous region. Established
32 years ago in Khabarovsk territory. Birobidjan. accord-
ing to the official Soviet document, is humming with
industrial, educational, and cultural activities; and Yid-
dish newscasts, songs, and literary readings are coming
forth joyfully from the regional broadcasting stations.
Inasmuch as every competent, objective student of the
Russian scene has long since concluded that Birobidjan,
situated in sub zero, unviahlc territory right next door to
8 hostile Peoples China, is a colossal delusion and flop.
patent misrepresentation bj the Soviet Embassy will
fool lew people.
But if that is not enough to convince those alarmed
over the Soviet's slow but steady garroting ol a o
vibrant Judaism, then you are free to look at Page 40 ol
this mischievous Russian catechism on the Jews and read
this direct from the propaganda mill:
Are Jews being assimilated in the USSR? Yes ... It
is absolutely normal that in the Soviet Union where
the Jews enjoy full equality, both legally and factually,
there natural assimilation should be a permanent process
taking place most intensively. It is indicative that fewer
and fewer Jews now speak Yiddish. In 1926, 726 Jews
out of 1.000 knew their mother tongue. In 1939, the figure
was down to 397 and in 1959 200 Jewish writ-
entists. artists and public leaders bring all that
gressive and advanced in the national culture
Jewish people to the general, multinational
culture.'
Despite this lapse, this admission by the K~r
itself that there is no future for Judaism in the '
the major theme of the pamphlet is to get across tr- n
that Russia's Jews never had it so good. If that J
we need to ask why the Soviet Union continues ti
arms to Israel's Arab neighbors. If Moscow has ioch|
benign attitude toward Jews, why should Moscoi h>
Premier Nasser achieve his declared objective Ol
the Israelis into the sea. Did not many of these
uered Jews originate in Russia in the days ol the
And do not the contemporary leaders ol II e L'SS
now how bitter life was under the Czars and
not be expected to cheer and help, rath r than
those who did manage to escape thi i i hell
hj did Moscow's delegates to the '
fight hard recently to keep the i N
Hun from adoptii |
member-states to combat anti-Semitisn
Soviel ei ioys at the UN had oppo
overd iration Knowing from the
would lose their fight to block the move
lomais adopted the strategy of insi ti
opinion as represented by statesmen at the
were going to condemn anti-Semitism, tin had
gation to condemn Zionism also. The Soviel argumi
that Zionism, the dynamic force that did
provide a haven for the victims of Nazism thai
foe of the Soviet), was really a combination of '<
ism and race hatred." The USSR actually ii
Zionism be equated with Nazism in the IN eonveal

Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
)
No Viet Nam Accord Brings Praise
rtl
Jerusalem
THE ISRAELI PRESS practically
unanimously supported the
Government's decision not to e\
change diplomatic representatives
with South Viet Nam It was no)
a question of recognition: Israel
recognizes South Viet Nam. and
some time ago sent medical sup
plies as her assistance to the South Vietnamese
people; the question is the establishment of formal
diplomatic relations.
Israel's decision was prompted by domestic as
well as international consideration- The left ol
enter Aeltlut Avodah and Mapam Parties which
are part ol the government coalition, find little sym-
pathy for the present military regime in Saigon
and question some of the premises on which Amer-
ican military intervention in support of that regime
rests The establishment of formal diplomatic rela-
tions at this time, and particularly the dispatch of
the paramilitary Nahal instructors, would have
created severe strains between Mr Eshkol and his
major coalition partners in the Government.
Another factor which worked against the ex-
change of diplomats, reportedly urged b> Washh !
ton. was of national pride. Israelis still ncml
that not too many years ago. when its
less shaky, it was Saigon that express) "'
terest in formal relations with Israel Th< situati
was not helped by what seems from 1
ticular ineptness of the Vietnamese Ai
ton. Only a few weeks before thi
ol exchange Of diplomats was passed on '
he v i d here as stating that Viet K; n has
to recognize" Israel. This
too familiar to Israelis who are used to a situati I
where some Asian countries try to court
favor by proclaiming disinterest. if nol hosl
toward Israel.
From the international point of I ''
foreign observers assumed. Israels refusal Stemn I
from her concern over the opinion of "neutratu
countries, particularly in Asia. This, however wa-
if at all a minor consideration. Jerusalem
outgrown, earlier than Washington did. the const
worry about "whatwill the neutralists say. P
ticularly since in Asian context this means first ana
most "what will India say?"


Mar 13 1966
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 66C 4015
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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In Till: JEWISH ri.iiKIIUAN.
DONE VNJJ i!:l'i:i:i.i i al Miami,
Elorlda, this I iU) da) of April. A.11
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E. B LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Olrcull Court, Dadi County, h'lorida
(Seal) Bj i' P. ci i|-i:i.a\i i
I iiiuity Clerk
l.i:\i;v. CHKISTLE, U5VBNSTE1N
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Attorneya for l'l.iintlff
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 66C 4415
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOSEPH \ DRA.NIKRI.
Plaintlfl
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Bronx, New York
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of Complaint foi Divorce ha been
filed ainUnat you and you an i
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE'
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 4576
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
BERTRAM KI'CKERMAN, MtUtT" i.N
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ami JOS-EPII S. HEL.EER,
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HERBERT .I, QREEX, I.II.I.IAN S
(1KEEX. I.II.I.IAN K, URJSEN, ..-
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HERBERT .1 (iREEN, 1,11.1.1 AX S
CKEEX ami I.IIJ.IAN S, GRUBX,
as Ti nsl.-.
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Ni.\\ Vork. Xi-w York
YOC AND EACH OF TOT are here-
by notified that a Compuiini baa been
filed amilliat you In the abovi -cap
tloniil Court in the above-elilltleil
i-auwi ..ii April :". 1966. The nature
of the suit is to snl.j.i-i an undivided
:: luths ini.i.st in a iiiihi known an
the "(J.....ire .1. Tali......If. a. Truatee
i" i he I'.i.i hi ni ,i ml li' n ol a
certain Judgment In fa or ..r liaintiffa
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i irdi r Book i<;:'. at Paa*e :.' In Ihe
It 111 "I III. i 'lei k of sai.l Circuit
i 'ourt. Th. h nets of thi aalil "Oeoree
I. T:.h.in iff, a- Truatei Ti usf eon-
Ik follow li it .1. -. i bed prop-
ertj Hituate, lying and lielng In Bade
County, I'l.fiii.i. to-wlt:
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IN AND FOR DADE COLNTY,
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No. 70714-C
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accurate awrvico tl legal
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 4462
NOTICE OF SUIT
Inn.I.All SA\ IN.:.- BANK nl'
THE CITY IE SEW Vi IRK
Plaintiff,
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in. Uiu.l V.M li iSEPIl WENTZ
AND V1RHIN1A A WKNTJS,
HIS WIFE.
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ala.vii i a;.iioned action ha i" In
tiit.il iiKiiinet > "a in t he *: lit I
of the Hlc\ ent li .1 ii'ln ial 'il hii of
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70484-A
Iii RE: Estate of
ABRAHAM VYElXSTEIN
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NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Tn Al.l, PERSONS INTERKtmcn IN'
THE ESTATE f.F SAID DKCEDEKT
You are hereby notified that a writ-
ten instrument purportins to be the
la-st uill and t.-tain.nt of .-anl dtsed-
nt has In .ti admitted to probate In
-aid Court. You are hereby com-
manded within -;\ calendar month*
from the dat- of the firm publication
of thin notice to appear in said Court
and hIiow c.uis... if any vim can. whv
th. action ..f sold curt In admittlnii
sjiid win to probate should not stand
uni. koki .1
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No 63789-C
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CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JJUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
DADE COUNTY. FLA.
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the undersigned, deelrlng to eno*af
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SY IU0FJSM BNTERPIUS>:s at 1
N.W 7th An Miami. Florida int.
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Miami, Florida, Friday. May 13, 1966
Section 1
Mrs. Halprin to Address Hadassah
Amon.: hostesses for the gala Dedication Ball of Temple
Emanu-El scheduled for Sunday night at the Diplomat Hotel
are left to right) the Mesdames Wunum h. Goil. n, oiie.inun
R. Kc- n, Harry Rott and living Cypen. All wives of Emanu-El
office:- and directors, they were principals at a coffee for
hostesses given by Mrs. Alexander Koqan, chairman r-f the
hoste;- committee. Alexander S. Muss is general chairman
o! the :nner dance, which will celebrate groundbreaking for
a new S500.000 Social Hall and School Building being built
by the .'":ami Beach congregation.
Mrs. Samuel W. (Rose) Halprin,
honorary vice president, Hadassah
Women's Zionist Organization of
America, will be guest speaker at
the annual Miami Beach Chapter
donor luncheon at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel on Sunday noon.
National president of Hadassah
from 1932 to 1934. and again from
1947 to 1951. Mrs Halprin par-
ticipated in negotiations leading to
Israel's establishment. A member
of the Jewish Agency Executive,
she was designated by the World
Zionist Congress as acting chair-
man of the American Section of
the Jewish Agency in 1955. and. in
19ti(). became chairman, a position
she will hold every other year.
Mrs Halprin has played an active
role in the deliberations of World
Zionist Congresses, of the Zionist
(ieneral Council, and in national
Harry A. Levy (left) does pouring honors at a coffee for
-:ses at the home of Mrs. Alexander Kcgan (center', held
vance of Sunday's Dedication Ball of Temple Emanu-El.
Alexander S. Muss (light) is wife of the aeneral chairman
dinner dance scheduled at the Diplomat Hotel. Mrs.
. chairmen, and Mrs. Lew is co-chairman of the host-
rr.mittee for the black-tie affair.
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by ISABEL GROVE
lacobs 22, graduating
nell University in June,
ha 11 set on a legal car-
will, therefore, attend
i He's the son ol
Wall nd Molly Jacobs, 921 No.
Dr. Another son.
I i- taking .i business
a1. Nathaniel Hawthorne
in Antrim. Nil., and ill
'" orking at his dad's Lake
I liib in Pike. N H dur-
acation Both young
men are graduates of Miami
''" h High.
Mann) Mandel bragging about
h^ Hi" i. Mrs. Hose Mandel. these
ys She's been named
"Mother of the Year" by Aviv a
Chapter, Pioneer Women in North
Miami .
The Aptes, Bessie and Bill, en
Gotham Town and managed
1 quite a few Broadway
shows before adjourning to Wash
in**?n D.C., and the American
Jewish Committee convention
there this weekend.

ng the tradition of
ful Biblical names in the
Benjamin and Judith
ol oral Gables, are call-
third child, born Ma) 2,
Vlan Joins sister Deb
nd brother Daniel 2 .
nls of the three D'S
"'" Reyna and Alex Youngerman
Enough talent in the family
and international Zionist bodi--
Mrs. Morris Kogan. donor chair-
man, anounnces a record atten
ance of over 1.300 women rec04
nized for efforts in raising tha
quota necessary to carry out Ha
dassah's responsibiliites in Israel
Mrs Sam Feldman. donor pro-
gram chairman, has arranged to
a musical specialty written and d
reded by Mrs. Trixie Levin.
Mrs Florence Barth is preside:-!",
of the chapter.
MRS. SAMUtl HAIPMN
Eilat Unit Meet
Eilat Chapter of Pioneer Women
will hold its regular meeting on
Monday. 8 p.m.. at 842 Washington
Ave.. Miami Beach. Mrs. Sam K I
valsky. president, said a social .*
follow the meeting.
to go around several times .
Mrs Cindy is a gifted sculptres
and dancer, and Mrs Younger
man is a well-known artist with
innumerable prizes and shows to
her credit
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First hoy. Robert Eugene, born
Apr. lti to attorney Jack Thomson
and wife Dorothy Preceded
by debutants. Janice. Joanne and
June
Cindy Cowan given a surprise
birthday party at the Diplomat
Hotel and Country Club on Satur-
day, May 7 Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Cowan, president
of the Diplomat, was lucky seven
years old The Mickey Mouse
Horse entertained the honoree
and some 35 playmates and
friends.
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A week crowded with equal
parts work and enjoyment for
Joseph Yanich Regional di
rector for American Jewish Con-
gress, Joe attended the group's
national biennial convention at
Grossinger's, where a high spol
of the conclave was an informal
gel together with Theodore Bikel,
noted folk singer ... In th wee
small hours of a day which had
been crammed with organization
business. Bikel, a national AJC
Veep, entertained a luck)
Of del,,.re- with songs in lle-
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hugger taps
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This is the shirt no wardrobe is complete without. Note the
softly rolled collar, the meticulous single needle tailoring,
the luxurious cotton oxford fabric. They all say Gant. You'll
want one in every color white, blue, maize and linen.
Just charge it!
squire shop, street floor 00WNT01VN MIAMI
tat all 6 Sardine's stores!
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August Bros.
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fJewist flcrMtor)
Page 3-E
Leading Community Women to Take Part
In Training Day Program at Temple Israel
Offi-ers of the 19th and newest chapter.
Flamingo, in the Southeast Florida Region,
Women's American ORT, are installed at the
Morton Towers Restaurant. Seated on dais
to rioht) are Mesdames Lillian Kriegel;
ce Kupperman, president of Southeast
Region and installing officer; Nat Wiener.
chapter president; William Fishman, regional
vice president; Louis Levy; and Svd Sire.
Standing (left to right) are Mesdames Anna
Sporer, Ann Hirscri, Harry Kaufman, Jennie
Feder, Gertrude Solomon, Irving Lichtman,
Ann Gans and Nathan Blum.
Mrs. Silverman Accepts Gavel For New Term
Mrs Seymour Silverman. pres-
ic inple Beth Sholom Sister-
ill hold ii 10:30 a.m. break
i ting "f Beth Sholom moth
her home. 5070 No. Bay Kd..
esday,
Allan Wilson, nominated
as vice president of Re
School activities, will dis-
Religious School program
i aming >car.
..I election meeting of the
"id hill lake place Wednes
p.m., in the Sisterhood
-i'
Hie nominating committee. Mis
evin, chairman, will present
lowing slate:
President, Mrs. Seymour Silver-
Sisterhood Sets
Donor Luncheon
M-tcrhood of Temple Zamora
nil hold its annual donor lunch-
eon on Sunday noon at the David
tt lliam Hotel.
Mis. Sidney 11. I.ucker and Mrs.
h Maisel an- serving as
en hi Hie affair.
Mrs. l.eo Eskreis i- Sisterhood
ml Spiritual leader I- Kali
... !1 Bei ger.
.....! "ill install the fol
nev Ij elect d I on
evenii
nt, Mrs, Israel I. Kus
i Joseph
Fishman,
Gordon, Airs. Samuel
secretaries Mrs, Louis
Mrs. Rose Rosin, Mr.-.
Greenberg; treasurer,
Nathan Goldy; parliamentar
Mrs lx.'o Eskreis.
gates of Temple Zamora
Sisterhood attended the national
ence May 2 to 4 at the
He Hotel and received a
icate of honor in recognition
stinguished service in visual
iques."
man: vice presidents. Mrs. Marvin
Cooper. Mrs. .lames S. Knopke.
Mrs. Marvin Marx, Mrs. Allan P.
Wilson: recording secretary. Mrs.
Sam Rudt; corresponding secre
tary, Mrs. Harold Zinn: financial
secretary. Mrs. Ethel Shapiro;
treasurer, Mrs. Myer Friedman:
chaplain. Mrs. Leon Kronish.
Meeting will feature a discount
sale of merchandise from the gift
shop and reports from outgoing
officers and chairmen
A dinner dance in honor of
some 200 women who have earned
donor credits through fund-raising
activities for the Sisterhood was
held Wednesday evening at the
Deauville Hotel.
Mrs. Samuel Meiselman and
Mrs. Harvey E, Kramer were co-
chairmen of the function.
Topics of five leading eommun-,
ity women who will participate in j
the annual Leadership Training
Day of the Federation of Jewish
Women were announced Wednes
day by Mrs. Irving Wexler. chair-
man. The one-day event is -rind
uled at Temple Israel. 137 NE 19th
St.. from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., on
Thursday. May 19.
Mrs. Sidney Weintraub will dis
cuss "How to be an Organization
Woman." Mrs. Stanley C. Myer..
will discuss How to use Parlia-
mentar} Procedure." Mrs. .Milton
Sirkin will discuss "How to Use
Public Speaking." Mrs. Henrj Wer
nick will speak on "How to gel
Along with People." and Mrs.
Howard Trinz will present "How
to Look Your Very Best."
Mrs. Irving Lehrman is presi-
dent of the Federation of Jewish
Women, sponsors of Leadership
Training Day. The group is affili-
ated With the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation.
Mrs. Trinz is president of the
Young Women's Division of the
19(!(i Combined Jewish Appeal.
Mrs. Myers is national vice pres-
ident of the National Council of
Jewish Women. Mrs. Sirkin is
president of the Miami Beach
Women's Division of the American
Technion Society.
Mrs. Wernick is incoming pres-
ident of the Miami Beach Chapti
of Hadassah. and Mrs. Weintrau
is an officer and director of num-
erous community wide organiz
(ions.
Harmony Group
Installs Officers
Harmony chapter of B'nai B rit
will hold it- annual installatii
of officers on Tuesday f! t> n
the Deauville Hotel.
Officers to be installed are Vr
lack Cohen, president; Ann Kui
inger and Esther Schwartz, fum
raising chairmen; Mr-. Milto
Sands, membership vice presii ei
Mrs. Jack Herman, program vii
president; Mrs. Flo Lederm.in. fit
ancial secretary; Mrs. Marj Lurit
recording secretary: Mrs. Ruth
Washton, corresponding secertai
Mrs. Sam Rosenthal, treasun
Mrs Gusie Soperstein, guardiai
Mr- Evelyn Dickson, sentinel. Mrs.
Lee Paul, historian: Mrs Jack !><
nis. councilor, and Mrs. Henrii tl
Fine, parliamentarian.
Trustees to be installed are Mi -
Jeanne Feldman. Bernice Laibso
Elsie Ledwitz, and Ruth Tepe
Entertainment will be provided '
Cantor Saul H Breeh.
JM SAYS;
Tifereth Israel
Cites Mrs. Laster
Mrs Lily lister was recently
named Woman of the Year by
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood.
A charter member of the organ-
ization, Mrs. Laster is a past pies
"lent and has served as recording
secretary for many years.
Mrs Laster's "work and devo-
"011 to and for the Temple and
Sisterhood" were cited in the
DuVal Hastens
Drive in Runoff
Bob DuVal. candidate for the
Mate House in Group 7. acccle-
', 'u nis drive for a runoff victory
Ms week after outdistancing for-
i " ""' lirst primary.
'!' Howard out, DuVal has
w grt-atest familiarity with state
"> local government," his sup-
Porters stated.
bSuf '' mmher of a pioneer
tht t afmily which has *> 'n
for ;L0r<'fron, community affairs
'W many years.
NICE GOING ... ON YOUR SUMMER TOUR,
WITH JM AS YOUR TRAVEL GUIDE!
Before you pack your bags, take a jaunt to JM
and become a globe-trotting expert. We've assembled
the clothes that don't require care, don't crowd a
suitcase. We've gathered the neweil in travel gear,
from battery-powered televisions that weigh only a
few pounds and micro-radios only 2 ounces light, to
folding golf clubs and umbrellas. We'll test your
driving ability, teach you how to take snapshots like
a pro, cut red tape every mile of the way. And to start
you on your wonderful journey, we've enlisted a team
of travel authorities to insure you a BON VOYAGE!
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Facility Margaret and Abe Fine Pavilion
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Araouocensem of :be buuerina;
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Tbe coapar. who bve ib Allison
Bad :b Miami Beach, base been
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-.he present Home at 310 ColLns
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The tamt buikua wiB then
he deaohshed. and an aghMSe, f. ^^j teaanti ,-3, ^ do^y
64-ooit. tow eo se=wr ntnen ~** 7^, ^ ,___l,v rv-
aamtal apartment oe erected.animated wua, the Jesnsh .-.
on !"* :.i ste The apar.T.eet valescent Haa -31 be
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"THE GOOD FRANKFURT
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ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH
Phone 531-6811
SUNSWEET. PRUNES
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what's LOXury?
New Leaders
For BBW Council
h r.ai B'rith Womenj Council of
Miami B*ach. consisting of eight
chapters, held it^ annual instaiia
on Wednesday at the Algiers
Hotel
Councilman Paul Seidenr.an. a
member of the National Commis-
oa, Anti-lJefamation League of
E nai B'nth. inducted the follow
officers:
Mrs Robert Litt. president:
r!ora Sinick. ways and maaoi
vice president: Mr' John Benja-
min, membership vice president:
Mrs David Dreeben treasurer;
Mrs Jack Cohen, correspor
cretary: Mrs Oeor^e '.:.'. berg
Drdiog secretary'- Mrs Mas
counselor
Nat H Lerj
of BBW bi-tnct 5. discharged
."-.ring officers, and Mrs Eliie
I-edwitz ai chairman of
tin day.
Arroyo Points
To Endorsements
Julian Arroyo, chief deputy to
the Late Mrs Thelma R Hardison.
this week announced he had re-
ceived endorsements from State
Rep. Robert Shevin and former
Circuit Court Judge Irving Cypen.
Arroyo gained the runoff spot
in the keenly-contested battle for
the Democratic nomination as con-
stable in District 3.
A well-known Miami hypnotist.
Arroyo points to "15 years of ex-
perience as a law enforcement of-
ficer."
Arroyo is a member of the
Fraternal Order of Police. Police
Benevolent Association, National
Sheriff* Assodatioo and (he Flor-
ida Peac<- Officers Association.
He lists "the endorsement
entire Hardison family in m\ cam
paign."
Is it cruising in the Caribbean
or weekending in the Catskills?
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Is it oodles of Philadelphia Cream
Cheese with smokey lox on bagels?
no:
yes!
LOXury begins with the finest, freshest,
tastiest cream cheese in town...Philadelphia brand!
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*. #*m iflh FUr 'rnrHHinn
Page 5-3
friendly Social Club Celebration Slated
Friei ial club will t< r. ;'' igram wrfll the film, the club will have a special mem-
ory of the 'ATh I -. orial meeting arranged by Israelite on Sundy- May at 2 pm
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2 p.m.,! rat

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toi ami Mi-
Members celebrating birthdays structi
and anniversaries will be honored Max Gars
with Club which meet- on Si:
;,',' the afternoon Including a dancii Thursdays at 7
class conducted by Joe Leed, in- elite Center.
VUOt
ivithout blintzes
... and cheering
Maxwell House!
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Constant and unchanging in the joy it gives,
cheering Maxwell House has been the favorite
coffee in Jewish life for many, many years. So
when Shevuoth guests drop in, or the family
sits down to a traditional dairy meal with
blintzes, certainly Maxwell House belongs
the matchless ta'am in the cup, since eariy
in this century!
Always...(kodfo the MDropf
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on the label meant
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Mizrachi Women Hold Installation
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SWEET SIXTEEN
,!" Sweet Six) .-the

e for the A^ed at the Algiers Hotel t
- a b.rthda> cake for Baron de H
rho looked it: ed ia a black
>ai icket with the inevitable carr.a-
- n:- -;me When tax -an-.
Mrs. Sol and Mr* Lawrence, came over to
hiir. a happy birthday. Polly whispered that he
was fast a few years older than sweet
ing the festivities were Mrs Rose
L Browi Mrs Rose Roth Mrs. Morrii Krippte.
Bataaa Mn Micfeael Hatter Mrs.
P"*B' Anne
Louis Mi- Mrs Fan-
Frances Lehman
Beach Hadassah Chapter Presidents Will
Be Honored at Thai' Fashion Festival
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Mateaood. are
Xm Ban Miss
-- Mn Sam-
1 Siri
Friends Elect
New Officers
Beach R
jrean hai beer.
is. Dade
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Speak
Hall F<: -. I '-.her new offi-
Mrs N rman Bean. \ice
and .Mr- Elizabeth Bii
Friendi d with the
al Health Society of Dade
( 1965. be;an its fight
suicide prevention in J
: B0 The origin of Friends stems
ite Ton-. Lownes. a local
The ne.v ; Friends
be helc irr_.
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el -Chai fa-h
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ted.
The luncheon ail] be the occa |
Mn
lent of
er of Ha
and -.'. G.
- installation eerer
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The fashion luncheon
will be the scene of the pn
tion of the 1S>6 Israel Fashion
Show featuring the haute couture
outstanding designers
including Lola Beer. Finy I.,
dorf. Gideon Oberson. Rivka Sha-
fir and Talma Ta!:
Mrs. Irt
Mrs. ikmpir*
Mrs. ;
Mrs. Strfeia
Holloway Seeks
Group 13 Seat

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FOR YOUR EXPRESSION
OF CONFIDENCE IN
YOUR STATE TREASURERS
OFFICE AND THE
OVERWHELMING VICTORY
YOU GAVE ME IN
THE MAY 3rd PROAARY
Broward Williams
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SO 5W 8th St

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ceremo=> ord-cted b> Rabb: -
orr,
Mn Theodore Sakowitz, will hon-
or the members
sen to be installed include
Mrs Bernard Gelbert. preaidenl
Mn Joe Sossman. Mrs Morri-
SoV.'. I M Leo
1st Mrs Eliza-
beth Per!, treasurer; Mr* Sylvia
Travis. Mrs. Mildred Dardyk. Mn.
Manon Jacobsor.. Mrs Hannah
secretari
Ml Alfred Stone. M^rao
OftHnator. will off- -.;-
great a b : Mrs
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by Mrs
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Group's Chief
To Host 'Kumsitz'
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Yar.ich is exec.-,
of the Florida offi:<
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Invitation is extei
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Friday. May 13. 1966
JmMi fhridtan
Page 7-3
fW yOVR ACADPf
HEBPEW
aJ0.
'Imma' Plaque To be Dedicated At Hebrew Acad.
Displaying the banner in front of the Hebrew Academy wel-
coming visitors to the school for Open House Week are
Shelly Kass. 4, nurserv school, and Judy Malavsky, ninth
grader at the Academy.
Mrs. Leonard Rosen, honorary
president of the Hebrew Academy
Women, will be part of a program
spotlighting a new Imma" plaque
scheduled for formal dedication at
a luncheon nexl Wednesday, at the
Lome of Rabbi and Mrs. Alexander
S. Gross
Mrs. Rosen is presenting the
plaque in honor of her children,
Linda and Larry lleyman. Sally
and Ronald Rosen, and Santli
Rosen, a former student at the
Academy. The plaque has been
(specially designed by local artist
Warren Soned and will be per-
manently affixed in the Ida Appel
Auditorium of the school.
The word 'Imma'* means
mother." and the title is con-
ferred upon Hebrew Academy
Women Life members who wish to
participate in the Academy's scho-
larship fund.
an to be inscribed as an Imma in
the Hebrew Academy, for then she
becomes the spiritual mother of
500 boys and girls," Mrs, Rosen
declared.
Mrs. Rosen is known through-
out the community for her many
activities and leadership. Besides
serving as honorary president and
chairman of the beard of the
Hebrew Academy Women, she is
the loumling chairman of the
school's Brick project, which has
helped pay for the Ida Appel
Memorial Auditorium and the
Academy's kitchen, where meals
for all students arc prepared
daily.
Mrs. Rosen, an officer of Tem-
ple Menorah Sisterhood, has re-
cently been elected chairman of
the Women's Division for Israel
Bonds and is a life member of
"It is truly an honor for a WO' -
many religious, civic and edu< -
tional organizations in the coi
munity.
Election and Skit
For Sisterhood
Regular meeting of Beth M >si
Sisterhood will hi' held on Mo
day in Popiel Social Hall
Mrs. Burton Streit, presidei
will open the meeting at p.n
with election of officers the t'ii
order of business.
Program will be an original skit,
"The Weakest Link.' written I
May Circle Leader. Mrs. fail Wo<
Participants will lie the mem be
of the September and May Click-
Hostesses for the evening, whit i
will include the gift of a silvc
service, will be Mrs. Fred I'.lai <
and Mrs. Carl Wool.
Academy Offers
Special Programs
Rcgistration for a special pro-
cram for junior high school stu-
with no previous Hebrew
education is now taking nlace at
the Hebrew Academy. Rabbi Alex-
ander S, Gross, principal, an-
(I.
The Hebrew program will in-
clude the study of Torah, pro
ohets, Jewish history, language
and literature. Mishna, Talmud
iiiii ommentaries.
Season's Finale for Branch
Farhand. Ben-Gurion Branch,
held the final meeting of the cur-
rent season on Monday evening at
the Miami Beach Federal. 755
Washington Ave. Program in
eluded a talk on Israel's progress
during the past 18 years by Man
uel Burstein. branch president,
and music by Mrs Frances Back-
er.
To be eligible for the program,
students must have completed,
sin years of elementary school
and are required to pass an en-
trance examination.
'ration is also taking place
for the Olga and Margaret High
i for Girls located at 24:!7
free Dr.. Miami Beach.
To be eligible for the senior
school, students must have
completed a regular elementary
and funior high school program,
s holarships will be available
fur 'he new program based on fi-
neial need and scholastic ability
B'nai B'rrth
Installation Set
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
will hold its annual installation of
officers luncheon on Tuesday
noon at the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs Gerald I". Soltz. past pres-
ident of District 5. will install the
following: Mrs I'ct< r Duchon.
president: Mrs. Sylvia Liebman
and Mrs. Henry Ross, vice pies
idents.
Judge Milton Friedman will be
the guesl speaker, Entertainment
will be provided by Mis Isidore
Ham.
Socialite Ay ^7~ov Continued from Page 1-B
Yiddish, Russian, French
Spanish Another happy
enl tor Yanich renewing
i ntance with Rabbi Arthur
,1 Lelyvcld, of Cleveland, new
national AJC president, whom he
had not seen for nigh unto 20
years Other memorable
events included Bar Mit/vah of
nephew C'armi Yona. son of Mrs.
Iladassah Yanich Plaut, and the
late Rabbi Walter Plaut, in Great
Neck. L.I. Meanwhile, back
ON'C
in Miami Beach, talented spouse
Regi busj putting together sev-
eral art exhibits, as well a- a
M'TY Israel spring Dance Fes
tival to be held on Saturday at
Beth David.
Cheery card from Mr. and Mrs.
William Gcrstman staying at the
Neve Aviv Club, Kfar Shmary
ahu, saying "Israel is a miracle
country', and we love being here."
. By early June, the Gerstmans
will be home in Mountaindale.
NY.
THANK YOU!
To the thousands of voters who
overwhelmingly supported me for Store
Senator in the May 3rd primary, I
express my heartfelt gratitude.
Tour support in the May 24th
run off election will be sincerely
appreciated.
ALEX GORDON
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
old Its officers cordially invite you. yout family and
friendi on Sunday, May 13th at B p.m. tor the dedication
I our mural wall in the ever living memory of the -ix
lillion innocent Jewell Martyr- who, under Nazi terror.
[avc their lives in the cause of FREEDOM, in the hope
Ol a belter tomorrow.
Rabbi Max Shapiro Abiych S. Perl, president
Cantor Saul M. Breeh Joseph loy, chairman
Judge R. H. M. Swann Max J. Affachiner, co-chairman
Hon. Alex Cordon, guest speaker
also Harry A. Sanders and Enrique Klausin.
1545 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach 538-4112
Yaur preference far aaad musiv
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sff<0ml position in ailull listeners
ant ana all tnentif radio si a Hans
in the vtniiilij.
During the total broadcast week
the average number of persons
reached per half-hour Sunday thru
Saturday 6 A. M. to Midnight.
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the
Women
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Belle Mrs Arthur1 Jurkowitz i> a sweet-faced young
in who looks exactly like what -h- is u attentive
r.ter. a loving wife and mother, and an active, efficient
and interested president of Brandeis University. National
Women's Committee
Belle was born and grew up
in Scranton. Pa She was an ardent
Girl Scout and went all the way
up to the top. During World War
II. she sold more war bonds than
- els* Always a good
student, college was her main goal.
ni the fourth class
I i
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ienul feeling of
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the st u
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Mm thi
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strong wl
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st. il natui I I
t he 1
rate more de\oted I
in the futu:<- of the universitj
ful women all over the United States
so hard for the library without even seeing it. Belle
became doubly aware of her own ligatioi Toda) B
also accepts her IT A responsibilities a- well as those in-
bent on her a- a member of the Sisterhood of Temple
Menorah
After she was married. Belle started to paint with oi
It ha< been a pleasant hobby that she finds relaxing and
enjoyable. So far. only her mother and her husband's aunts
seem to want to display her still-life and landscapes on their
walls.
Apart from these interests, the whole family likes to
go to the beach and swim. Belle and Arthur also like to
bowl and golf. They once won 'putter covers*' for their
golf clubs in a tournament. They were delighted to find
that after only one week of playing golf, they had come
in first. They didn't find out until much later that they
won because they had the biggest handicap and were the
worst players.
Belle is a modest person. She accepts her responsi-
bilities and performs them without fuss not waiting for
glory but glorying in the inner sense of personal fulfill-
ment that this can bring. Particularly, her sense of ful-
fillment comes from her contribution to Brandeis University
as a center of higher learning from which men and women
of all race- and creeds may derirve benefit.
rou con be SURE of the BEST of -
Todd's BONDED FRUIT SHIPPER
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF LAST CROP Of SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT
VALENCIA ORANGES AVAILABLE THRU JUNE.
2164 PONCE OE LEON Coral Gables Tel. 448-5215
NOW SHIPPING FLORIDA'S FINEST GIFT FRUIT
Si:san Gans Now
Mrs. Goldberg
i hon< n ir
M r
and
live in Menlo Park. N J
former Susan Leslie Gar.
and Mr Gol II .-hanaed mar-
ital vows on Saturday May 7. at
the Seville Hotel where a reception
honored the couple Rabb; Irving
1 -firman performed the 7 p.m.
ceremony
Bridal attendants included Mrs
Phil Russak. matron of honor.
Penelope Goldberg. Marilyn Sugar
and Jane Pittman. bridesmaid';.
Phil Russak served as best man
and ushers were Donald Biber.
Allan Shapiro and Melvin M Lotok
Daushter of Mr and Mrs Abe
Gans. 2154 SW 16th St.. the bride
is a graduate of Miami Senior
High and attended Miami-Dade
Junior College.
Her bridegroom is the son of
Mr and Mrs Charles Goldberg.
Palerton. NJ and graduated from
Fairleigh Dickinson University in
Nt-'A Jersey.
Sunday Rites
In Bride's Home
Harru-t Rappaport,
Mr Norman Ra| became
the hnde of Michael Edward
Schweitzer in an afternoon cere
mony on Sunday. May 8. at her
home. 2230 SW 16th St A recep-
tion followed the nuptials con
ducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Schweitzer. 1337 SW 19th St.. the
bridegroom had his brother. How-
ard Lee Schweitzer, as best man.
The bride attended Miami Senior
High. Mr. Schweitzer is now a stu-
dent at Miami-Dade Junior College.
On their return from a honey-
moon in Nassau, the newlyweds
will live in Miami.
2er?ntns Uni
At Eden Roc Hotel

MRS. MICHAEL GOLDBERG
Couple to Wed
In Ohio June 12
and Mrs Samuel M. Gar-
't Ave.. announce
: .: :: daughter.
i Irving K.'
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graduated from
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and -
Stal ;
StaU w here in
ty. and ah
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planner! for
An i

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C. Rabbi Max
ated at the d
Parents of
Mr .;nd Mrs
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Mrs Robert
178th T. i
For the i
lected a f l<-<: .-h
peau de soie
Lilly lace It .;.- :.-,-f.
a chapel-lengtf -
mantilla in a.
the ensembl*
New Mrs F.t
Ro.-iland Ml I
of honor Br.
Merle Freidi" Joyce I
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TEMPLE Beth Am held a vie
lor> 5 Of the congregation
participated in the Com-
hined lewish Appeal campaign,
hairman for the event was A.
Budd Cutler. Mrs. Cutler wore a
r> headed linen sleeveless
Clusters of matching col-
aviar beads created a floral
Her white hairpin lace
i- made by a resident of
lewish Home for the Aged.
i': ion Cherkas, whose
,i one of the speakers,
.!: .; three piece lime and elee-
ensemble. Her skirt and
< in tlie blue, and her
' and cape lining were
m tt ife of Dr Herbert
ard, spiritual leader ol
' I, was in a IWO piece \r,
Her sleeveless over
: the jewel neckline A
- -ilk flmal print in the
-' style was worn i>\
Robbins
pink ci inkled chiffon, also
as tte lain ic, v as
ol Mrs. siani> Gil
- trimmed at the hem
'. ide hands of air tucks
olored inserts ol lace.
Daniel Kindler's black-and-
"i piece dress had a two-
Ct. Her while linen
skimmed the waist to a
l torso line, and her black
a> a bouffant pleated chif-
wo-piece yellow ensemble
Mrs. Julian Pearson's choice.
":nng an over-all schiffle cm-
: lidery, and looped button clos-
s were featured on her jacket.
* *
hJRS. Max Stein's dove white
" moygashel linen sheath was
il with a chanel styled jack-
11 with floral cutouts banding the
acket, and it had three-quarter
Bth sleeves. A white sheer
wool crepe sheath was worn by
Mrs. Henry Kauffmann. It had
the cowled neckline, and Vas top-
ped with a white silk ribbon knit
jacket with rhincstone buttons
Mrs. Cieorge Matin's black silk
crepe featured black silk moire
panniers on the skirt which end
ed in bows. An overlaid brocade
of turquoise over olive green was
the fabric in Mrs. Henry Foss'
three-piece cocktail suit.
|ylRS. Michael Gilbert's striped
" grosgrain in bright spring
colors in the Roman striped op-
posing diagonal pattern of her
skirt. Green, orange, and white
were used, and her scooped neck-
lint had the keyhole back.
Black silk brocade with the
...i sleeves was Mrs. Ki'bcit
Newman's choice for the even
Mrs David Gair was in a
colored silk alpaca en
;Mi unusual rosette bill
tons (Hi the jacket. A floral chif-
sheath combining to
and yellow was Mrs. Alex
n choice.
BALE j ink brocade in the class
i( scooped neck .-.heath sil-
houette was Mrs Norman Elson -
i ion Mrs Gerald Schwartz's
teal blue crepe had a three-tiered
Mrs. William Sanes made
the interesting opart dress which
wore. The print combined
orange, yellow, lavendar, pur-
ple, and lime, and was softly
gathered at the neckline.
.Mrs Marvin Zank's black crepe
was tucked from neckline to hem-
line, and she made her red
sweater. A spring floral print on
a turquoise background was worn
by Mrs. Jay Kislak The high
rounded neckline of Mrs. Irving
Wexler's black ribbed wool
sheath was trimmed with a white
crepe ascot.
Cranmctns Live
n
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io at o intry Club
the n for the
.,..,. ol C a ro '. e Marsha
Handshu and Marvin Craninaii on
Sunday. May B. Rabbi Morton
tfala\ sky ol iclated at the f> p.m.
nuptials, and a reception at the
club followed.
On their return from a wedding
trip to Montego Bay, Jamaica, Un-
couple will live in Savannah. Ga..
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abram
D. Handshu, 2992 Rodman St.. Hoi
lywood, Fla.. the bride graduated
from South Rroward High, and at
tended Florida College of Medica
Technology and Mount Sinai Schoo'
of X-Ray Technology. At high
school, she was a member of the
choral group and Senior Debs.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Cranman. of Savannah,
is a graduate of Waycross High and
has a BA degree in accounting. His
fraternity is Tail Epsilon Pi. and
he is presently accountant for the
City of Savannah.
Melinda. 17-year old daughter of For the ceremony, new Mrs
Mr and Mrs. Morris Woskow, 1707 Cranman chose a floor length wed
Cleveland Eld., will graduate June ding gown of peau de soie and
3 from Lear School as valedicto- chantillj lace in the Aline fash
i Kin of Ik i class ion. styled with a cape from the
She is also class president editor shoulders draped into a train
of the Year Hook, member of the edged with lace A pearl and lace
Honor Court, and will sing a med
Wonier K hi
MtUNDA WOSKOW
Melinda Woskow
Is Valedictorian
ms. marvin cranman
were Vnrr\ Cranmnn and Dayle
Levy, with Linda Sehwartzman
Pat Barber! nd Srvidv Goldsmith
serving as bridesmaids
Best man to the bridegroom was
ley ol songs .it commencement ex-
ercises to be held in the school
lain, at 11211 Biscayne
Blvd.
The versatile teen ager plans to
attend Northwestern University,
where she will major in journal-
ism, while continuing to study
( and drama.
A runner-up for Mis s
ica in 1964 Melinda male
her debut last year at the Ambas-
sador's Ball
rose-shaped cap held the bouffant Louis Cranman Among ushers
veil, and she earned a cascade of were Steven Handshu. Joel Hand
lily-of the valley and orchids. shu. Aaron Levy, Alan Wexler and
Honor attendants to the bride Alan Kraft.
Beth Am Couples
To Hold Social
The newly formed Young Mai-
led Couples Club of Temple Beth
Am will hold a social in the youth
i lounge of the synagogue on Thurs-
day. May 12. The event will begin
i at 8 p.m.
Composed of couples under 30
I years of age. the group held its
first organizational meeting on
May 3. Michael Clein has been
appointed temporary chairman.
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of this new aspect of Hebrew Uni-
versity accomplishment
Mr. and Mrs. Julius lack I i8< n,
frequent visitors to here
he is president of (. ican
Land Corp.. and Mr. Mrs.
Harry Frankel, winter residents
here, who are also Truman Center
Founders, will participate in the
board meeting.
Jacob Rifkin, chairman of the
steering committee for the Miami
Humanities Building, will present
a report on the current status of
the primary project of the South
Florida Division.
On Sunday morning. May 22. at
30 am., ihe South Florida Divi-
sion, American Friends of the;
lebrew University, will combine
usiness and brunch. Jack S.',
npick, president of the organiza-
eii. and Mrs. Popick will play
s to the board of directors in
heir 20 Island Avp. penUiouse
I artment, when plans for the
. iiiiiig year of activities will be
completed..
Recently returned from Jem-
' lem, Popick will report to the
poup on American participation
>n achievements at the Hebrew
I iiversiiy campus.
Among board members of the
' nurican Friends are two of the j
rounder* of the Truman Center
for the Advancement of Peace. |
-ho will be among the invitees to j
"end the dedication of the Cen-1
er in Jerusalem this summer. Dr.
id Mrs. Philip GoUieb and Mr.
nd Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer.
enter in Independence, Mo., this
nter, will report on develop-
enta toward the implementation
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Set Luncheon
A welcome snack luncheon for
new members of the Women's
Division of the Parkinson Founda-
tion will be held Saturday at the
home of Mrs. E. Krivitzen. 1835
Daytona St.
Mrs. Anna Cohen is local pres
ident of Women's NPF.
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Friday. May ]~ |
1966
Twenty-eight students representing Temple
Beth Sholom, Temple Emanu-El. Hebrew Acad-
emy, Hebrew High School, and Beth Torah
Congregation participated in the National
Bible Contest held at the Bureau of Jewish
Education on Apr. 3 under the supervision of
Herbert Zvi Berger and Louis Schwartzman,
of the Bureau staff. Winners in the regional
contest will be sent to New York to participate
in the national finals on May 8. Prizes will
include a summer tour to Israel, summer camp
scholarships, and Israel Bonds. Left to right
are (first row) Rozanne House, Linda Segall.
Paul Warshauer. Second row are Gertrude
Weiss, Albert Stein, Shraga Gross and Ellen
Zisguit. Third row are Ester Shapiro, Marc
Feit, Herbert Schimek, Meira Azulay. and
Sharon Leopold. Fourth row are Paul Herman,
Steven Ianal, Arvin Jaffe, Robin Berkowitz.
Fifth row are Michael Barth. Roger Baruch,
Alan Karp, Martin W. Wasserman.
Annual Inter-School Graduation Exercise
Set for Evening of May 19 at Beth David
Annual intorschool graduation
exercises "ill be held on Thursday.
May 19. 7:30 p.m.. at Reth David
Congregation, 2625 SW 3rd Ave
according to an announcement by
Joseph Cohen, president. Bureau of
Jewish Education.
Graduates of the junior high de-
partments of eight congregational
iduates of the B
eat: entral Hebrc w High w iil
diplon
Famous Plans
Expansion Here
Harrj Zuckerman and Morris
Lerner have announced plans to
their Famous Restaurant,
landmark dining spot on Washing-
ton Ave., Miami Beach.
Expansion will be to the north
of the present building, into a
recently-acquired store which will
be converted to increase the res-
taurant's seatinc capacity by 110.
Also planned is a new bake shop.
Work on the enlargement will be-
gin late summer and is planned
for completion in time for the
winter season.
The expansion is the first since
Zuckerman joined I-erner a' the
21-year-old restaurant late in 1964
The new guest chairs will increase
seating capacity at the Famous by
30 per cent.
The exercises will headline a
salute to "The Anniversaries of
the Great" and a tribute to the
400th year of the codification
of the "Sholchan Aruch."
Dr Max A Llpschitz, of Beth
Torah Congregation, newly-elected
president of the Greater Miami
Habbimcal Association, will ad-
Iress the graduates on behalf of
the rabbis Ol the .. c!:iss-
>"-. .-.;'ii v. ill present tl
Jacob and Adele 1-. rize of
'hr Greater Miami Rabbinical As-
sociation.
Program will c>>n-
tions by representatives ol all
uating schools. The valedictory ad-
dress will be presented bj Shelley
Lipson, of the Bureaus Central
Hebrew High, a former graduate
of Beth David Congregation. The
Junior Choir of Beth Torah Con
gregation will offer a musical in-
terlude.
The graduates will he ureeted by
Cohen, and Herbert Zvi Berger,
Bureau associate director and high
school consultant.
Also to be presented arc the
annual Ratncr Family Award,
the annual Irving Shapoff
Award, the Joseph Cohen Prize,
the annual Jewish Educators
Council Prize, and the award of
the Hebrew Educators Alliance.
Louis Schwartzman, executive
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side.
Graduates of the Central Hebrew
High School include Karen Adler.
Ellen Ball, Shelley Beth Beer.
Paula and Salomon Ben-Ari, Mar
tin Bilsker, Marcia Cypen, Maxinc
Firtel, Alan Hilton. Shelley Lip-
son. Rita Norton. Jill Pollack, Alan
Renzer and Norman Rosenkranz
Adath Yeshurun: Stanley Adel-
man. I.inda Blumenfeld. Susan
i annan, David Goldstein, Leon
Holtz. Stephen Landau. Howard
Levcnson. Susan Miller. Carj Mor
ris. Saul Rubin, David Skup. and
Harris Solomon,
Beth David: Mitchell Berger.
Davi nan
Kenneth Pack-, Toni Feinbi
Judj Feinberg, Michai I Fn edman.
Joel Friedman, Martin Hershbein,
Judith i-- Andrew Learner,
Irving Lerner. Dennis Ponn, Rob
''il P >/eii. Ronald Tinier. Garj
Rackear, Stephanee Rose, Gregg
ler, Mare Steinbei .. Robin
Turetsky, and David Weiner,
B'nai Raphael: Barry Eric Arem.
Barbara A. Lerner, Joseph L.
Schneider, Richard J. Sonnen-
schein. I.arry R. Willis.
Beth Torah: Helene Bookman.
Been Cohen. Steven Engler. Leslie
Folke, Kim Foster. Steven Kane,
Jack Katz. Jacky Kirschenbaum.
Brian Lanes, Billy Langer, Henri
etta Langer. Sandy I-angner. Sherry
Miller. Richard Rackusin. Kenneth
Ross, David Rutman. Mark Shant-
zis. I.aura Sneider.
Temple Emanu-El: Judy Ida
Abelow. Corinne Feinstein. Sherrv
Robin Gertler. Scott Arnell Kasdiri.
Gary" Kollin. Glenn Scott Mazor.
Sari Teichman.
Israelite Center: Irwin Bellin-
koff. Gordon Bndger. Jeffrev
Perl. Steven Pollack.
Temple Menorah: Deborah Al-
per. Janet Kratzer. Andrew Rubel
Sharon Steckler. Frank Tamen.
Or Olom: Benjamin Zllberberg
Lehman Seeks
School Board Job
William "BUT Lehman is a
runoff candidate for Dade School
Board in District One.
I-ehman has gained the "all-
out support of third place finisher
Evelyn F. Holland." his supporters
said Wednesday.
Lehman also picked up the un-
animous endorsement of the Poli-
tical Action Committee for Educa-
tion, according to his supporters.
A successful Miami businessman
for more than 30 years, Lehman
has spent the last three years as
a Dade County public school
teacher
"Lehman knows schools. Leh-
man knows business." according
to his campaign committee.
Bible Contest
Winners Listed
Twenty-eight students represent-
ing Temple Beth Sholom. Temple
Emanu El. Hebrew Academy. He-
brew High School, and Beth Torah
Congregation, participated in the
regional test's of the National Bible
Contest held at the Bureau of Jew
ish Education on Apr. 3.
Herbert Zvi Berger ana LOUIS
Schwartzman. members of the Bu-
reau staff, said the regional eon-
test winners were sent to New-
York to participate in the national
finaK last Sunday.
Regional winners will receive a
summer tour of Israel, summer
camp scholarships, and Israel
Bonds.
Winners are Rozanne House.
Linda Segall. Paul Warshauer.
Gertrude Weiss. Albert Stein.
Shraga Gross. Ellen Zisquit. Ester
Shapiro. Marc Feit. Herbert
Schmick. Meira Azulay. Sharon
Leopold. Paul Herman. Steven In-
gal. Arvin Jaffe, Robin Berkowitz.
Michael Barth, Roger Baroch, Alan
Karp. and Martin Wasserman.
Top awards went to Sharon Leo-
pold, ot Beth Torah Congregation,
third place in the Comprehensive
Division; Meira Azulay. of the
Bureau's Central Hebrew High
School, first place in the Intermed
iate Hebrew Division: Sarah Web-
erman and Judith RoZencwaig, of
the Hebrew Academy, who placed
first and second in the Advanced
Hebrew Division.
Sarah and J u d i t h en!
to New York City to participate in
the National Finals on Sun.lav
Young Marrieds Organ ,:t
A Young Married Couples Grouo
composed of cou, u, "J
years of ago, has been oi
Temple Beth An with
Clem serving .
man. The club w,
social in the Yoi
Thursday evening
rin
Stein Sisterhood
Annual Luncheon
Dora Stein Sisterhood of Tic Is-
raelite Center will hold
annual Mitzvah luncheon -
May 15. 1 p.m.. at the Roval Hun
garian Restaurant. 731 Was
Ave.
Highlight of the luncheon will
be a fashion shov of ereati
Mrs. A. Louis Williams an I her
Bee Line stylists.
Mrs. Lester Greenstein, chair-
man, will deliver t welcome mis-
sage, and Mrs. Avrom Dra.-ir. ui||
give the invocation. Greetings will
be extended by Ma\ Parness, (in-
ter president, ami Mrs. \ i
Brown, incoming ; esident of the
Florida Branch <: -he National
Women's League
Habbi Avrom Drain has been
chosen guest spc. Rabl
is spiritual leadei ol the
Planning committee
Mrs Philip Ricl
president, and Mrs Ruth
patron- page chai
bj Mrs- Willii
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Temple Beth Raphael WiS Dedicate
Wall Murals to Martyrs Here Sunday
The death of 6.000.000 Jews ;il
the hands of the Nazi tenor will
for the first time in the United
States be memorialized with a huge
wall mural at Temple Beth Ra-
phael. 1545 Jefferson Ave.. Miami
Beach.
The wall i.s part of the temple
building which was erected a few-
months ago as the new Beth Ra-
phael lure. Abysch S. Perl, presi-
dent of the congregation, said that
this is the first time that a memo-
rial to these dead has been erected
in the United States.
Federal state count) and city
officials have l en in\ited to at-
tpnd the dedication scheduled for
this Sunday evening at 8 p m
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Si
II Breed will conduct the se
and .Metro Commission*! Alex Gor-
don will make the prtacip.l ad-
dress.
The mural, in the form rif a can-
delabra, is made up of hwidrenS
of translucent tiles, and Tf i be
viewed from a long distance: Rab-
bis from neighboring 4emule- and
synagogues are also expected to
attend.
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL WALL MURAL TO BE DEDICATED SUNDAY NIGHT.
Miami Shores
Surgeon to Head
Regional BBYO
Dr Sidnej Pavilack, a Miami
surgeon, has been elected
lent of the board of directors
lor Uu South Florida B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization.
Dr Pavilack was a member of
Ale| u Zadik AJeph, junior order
<: I nai B'rith. in Wheeling. W.
V.i. l!< has held offices on the
I, district, and national lev
- ot .\'/,.\. and was a delegate
l i till silver anniversary conven-
lion AZA in 1949.
A ii ember of Freedom Lodge,
i'rith. Dr. Pavilack is a vice
!......dent and editor of the club's
Tl nev regional head received
heloi ol Aits degree from
Wesi Virginia University in 1953.
Bachelor of Science degree
, ine al the same university

In 1957. Dr. Pavilack served in-
|i at Tampa General Hos-
pital and held the post of res
"li-nt surgeon at the Cleveland
Clinic in 1958. He served as chief
t in ophthalmology at
Clevel nd Metropolitan General
Hos| ilal during 1961.
Besides activity in B'nai B'rith.
the specialist is a member of the
Miami Ophthalmological Society,
"adi ounty Medical Association.
la Medical Association, South-
iin Medical Association, American
Medical Association. American
Academy of Ophthalmology and
Pearlstein to Install Slate
Maurice Pearlstein. executive di-
rector, Jewish Home for the Aged,
will act as installing officer for the
Home's North Miami Beach Auxil-
iary on Wednesday noon at the
Hot Shop Restaurant, 950 No. Mi-
ami Beach Dr.
Summer Schedule
Slated for 'Y'
Summer program for VM and
W1IA members of all ages will go
into effect next month, announced
Paul Faske. president.
Faske also said that a summer
program for children under 6 will
begin June 20. in addition to the
regular .summer day camp.
Three to 4 year old children will
find a summer schedule Ol two 3-
week periods of two days a week
Sessions lasting two hours will run
from June 20 to July 8, and from
July 11 to 29.
The program will include swim
ming, free play, arts and crafts,
dramatics, stories, singing and
games.
Faske announced that the chil-
dren's families will provide trans
portation. "There will also be spe-
cial activities for parents while
children are in the summer pro-
gram." he added.
Beth David Slates
Fine Arts Evening
Beth David Fine Arts Commit-
tee, under the chairmanship ol Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Spector, has for-
mulated final plans for its next
"Kvening with the Arts" sched-
uled for Wednesday, June l. at
Spector Hall.
Spector announced that the
program will feature a talk by
John Bitter, former conductor of
the University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra and former dean of the
music school there.
Henry Gordon, noted local
ceramist, will display stoneware
and demonstrate the potters
wheel.
In addition, there will be a Beth
David Collectors Show. Those in-
terested in displaying an art item
June 1 should contact Mrs. Frede-
rick Scher.
At the meeting formulating the
coming event. Mrs. Sol Landau.
wile of Beth Davids spiritual lead-
er, and a renowned photographer,
addressed the gathering.
BB Women Cite
Many Notables
Two-hundred persons attended
the 14th annual donor luncheon of
the B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
held recently in the Napoleon
Room of the Deauville Hotel.
Highlight ol the afternoon was
the presentation ol "Boscars," the
B'nai B'rith Woman ol Valor Os
Car for Service.
Awards wire presented in three
categories to the following "Wom-
en of Valor":
Distinguished Service Award
Mesdames Louis Alexander, Betty
Birchansky, David Hess. Ethel
Lackey. Sylvia Liebman. Harry
Pato. Herman Pearl. Zelda Kunst.
Henry Ross and William Sagman.
Outstanding Service Award
Mesdames Benjamin Axelrod.
Arthur Andersen, Leon Andress.
Dorothy Dittman. Samuel Golden-
berg. Ralph Grossman. Harvey
Herman. Lilyan Brotman, Dora
Bernran. Al Bowman, Peter
Duchon. Murray Gladstone. Rhea
Goldfarb. Hilda Lazarus, Jeanette
Rosen. George Waldbaum. Milton
Weiner, Helene Wolff, Abe Katz
and Robert Zwig.
Service Award Mesdames Irv
Ing Schwartz, Bunnie Hart.. Max
Heyman, Hershej. Clantz. John
Budarin. Louis Cohen, Jacob
Shapiro. Rose Namoff, Ix'onard
Rosenberg, Julius Strassman.
J<;-epli Barchan. Louis August.
Gertrude Stx-ongm. and Sol Baum-
wald.
Mrs. Lilyan Brotman, donor
chairman, presents the Dis-
tinguished Service Woman of
Valor Award to Mrs. David
A. Hess, outgoing president.
at the 14th annual donor
luncheon of the B'nai B'rith
Women ol Miami held re-
cently at the Deauville Hotel.
TNT Club Holds Meeting
TNT and Bervah Club of Con-
gregation B'nai Raphael will hold
its last meeting for the school year
on Sundav All parents are invited
to join in ttie breakfast and
service,
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In the runoff for a seat in the
Florida Senate. District 46. Dado
County Commissioner Alex Gordon
has been a Florida resident since
1945. He has been a member of
the Dade County Commission since
1958. twice as chairman.
A former FBI special agent and
municipal Judge, Gordon has been
noted for "his vigorous and con-
tinuing drive to decrease taxes,
while demanding full value for
each tax dollar spent." his sup-
porters declare.
In seeking the Senate seat. Gor-
don feels that "Florida's entire tax
structure must be thoroughly re-
vised and made more equitable,
with elimination of the unwieldy
personal property tax. There
should be a fairer return of tax
money to the larger counties."
An attorney. Gordon is married
to the former Sandra Gould, of
Cambridge. .Mass. The) lwve lour
daughters.
Golda Meir Club
Holds Election
Mrs. Abraham Seltzer, president
of tli.- Golda Meir (Tib. said the
club will hold re jular met I
..ii Wednesday, l p.m.. .! Wash
... ral, 1234 u a
Ave.
Mrs, l aac Pushkin, treasurer
and chairman ol the nominating
tl will give the financial
report and present the slate of
officers foi the coming year. Elec-
tions will follow the presentation.
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vJenist- /TtrrudfaTi/n
Friday, May ;
Leff to'"r'ig"ht are Mrs. Georae Gocdman, vice president in
char chc#rrn,qn; and Mrs. Stanley Stein, president, as they check
the quest .li-^t oi what promises to be the largest in attendance
of .flay;.,donor affair in the history of the Mollie Kahaner
Sisteihood.
m-
Mollie Kahaner Doncr Luncheon
MoBifi Kahaner Sisterb "d of
Both Trrafi Congregation will hold
its annual donor luncheon next
Wednesday-in the Napoleon Room
of the Deatmlle Hotel.
Checking the guest list early this
week were Mrs. George Goodman,
vice president, ways ami means;
Mrs. Joel M. Gottehrer, donor
chairman; and Mrs. Stanley Stein,
president.
The following will receive spe-
cial awards for their efforts in
raising funds for Sisterhood pro-
jects:
Silver Donor Award. Mrs Sol
Elfenbein. Mrs Marilyn Frank,
Mrs. Harry Fitter. Mrs. Ben-Zion
Kirschenbaum. Mi's. Joseph Sny-
der and Mrs. Stanley Stein.
Golden Donor Awards. Mrs. Lou
Foster, Mrs. Irving Furie, Mrs
Irving Furman. Mrs. Arthur Gor
don, Mrs Joel M. Gottehrer. Mrs.
Frank Hornstein. Mis. Max Horo-
witz. Mrs Albert Maeroff, Mrs.
Jacob Mais. Mrs. Irving Newman.
Mrs Louis Pineus. Mrs. Jennie
t'chorr. Mrs Saul Schreiber, Mrs
Richard Sneider, and Mrs. DtSartin
IValfish
Mitzvot Donor Award Mrs.
Robert Baumohl Mrs. Charles
llcr^h. Mis. Blanch Levin and Mrs.
Ren Newamrk.
Chairman of prizes is Mrs. Rob-
e:t Avins. Committee members
are Mrs Max Horowitz and Mrs.
Mitchell Weiser.
Luncheon music will be pro-
vided by Fred Zucker. Carole
Taran. noted entertainer, will per-
form, accompanied by Deeva
Solove.
JNF Council
Names Goodman
Sen r# Month'
William 'i' of
ish Na*i i Fund of
ater Miami n I Wed
im !a) thai n::\ d Go< Iman, vet-
eran Zionist and philanthropist,
ias been'named Jewish National
Fund of Greater Miami Man of
the Month" tor May.
\ recently. Goodman plant-
H a grove of trees in the Baal
Shem Tov Forest in Israel."' Born-
itpin declared. The Baal Shem Tov
Fore:'. was conceived by Bernard
iilver, of Miami., who is a de-
scendant of the Baal Shem Tov.
Mendel N. Fisher, tn his last
visit to Miami, congiatulated
Goodman 'for his devotion, serv-
ce and dedication to the Jewish
National Fund."
Goodman is originally from
Canada and has distinguished him-
self in Greater Miami "for his
many philanthropic endeavors on
behalf of Isiael."
Goodman will be honored on
May 18 at the Jewish National
Fund Award Night, to be held at
the Fontaineblcau Hotel.
The function will also honor all
Jewish National Fund workers
who have excelled in their contri-
butions of endeavor. Guest speak-
er will be E. Albert Ballot, inter-
pat oral vice president of B'nai
Brith.
-..;
Bernard Silver (left), of Miami, congratulates David Gcodma::
(center) for being named "Man of the Month" bv the Greate-
Miami Jewish National Fund Council as Mendel N. Fishe:
(right) looks on.
U of M President Will Give Award
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Harris Drives For May 24 Win
"There is an alarming gap of
concern and action at the state
level in dealing with the multiply-
in', problems of Florida's metro-
politan areas, where 65 per cenl
of the population is located."
This has led municipal govern-
ments to turn to the federal gov-
ernment for help that was not
forthcoming at the state level, con-
ten Is Mar-hall S. Harris. Miami
businessman and attorney and a
candidate for the Florida House of
Representatives.
"Those who protest most about
the loss of state's rights are the
ones who have over the years
abandoned state's responsibilities
in the Legislature to the majority
of the citizens who now live in
what can i>l- celled metropolitan
areas." said Harris, who led a
field of nine in the May 3 primary
in Group 19.
Harris is running in the May 24
runoff on a platform that includes
'a major state interest in job
training, a new fair shake for Dade
in state services and assistance
and return of its tax monies, and
new concern at the state level
with problems of urban areas."
"There is a big backlog of de-
ficiencies to be made up by the
state in concern and cooperation
in solving metropolitan problems.
but we aL-o face a serious need for
state planning and preparation for
the time in 1975 when Florida has
grown in population from Amer-
ica's eighth largest state to the
fourth largest.'' Harris maintains.
He cited as ideal examples "the
need for state planning to assure
an adequate fresh water supply for
urban area needs, and uniform
state protection against further air
and water pollution."
"The general public may not be
concerned with this now because
it is an iceberg problem still
largely below the surface. But it
will be the state's elected official:,
who will have to answer to the
people in a few years unless ac-
tion is taken by the new Dade
legislative delegation," said the
county-wide candidate,-'who is also
l vice president of Dade Federal
Savings and Loan Association.
Bay Harbor
Theatre Here
Cinema Palace
New Bay Harbor "Rocking Chair"
Theatre, at 1170 Kane Concourse.
Bay Harbor Island, is one of the
cinema showplaces of South Flor-
ida.
Designed by Arthur Pochert, and
with David Abel as the general
contractor, it is the first theatre
to use Venetian cut glass on the
face of the building, set off by
sculptured precast plaques
Unique feature of the lobby is
the spiral staircase leading to the
upper level and art gallery. A cus-
tom-made 22-ft. long chandelier
was specifically designed for this
area
One-thousand seat entertainment
center can present 70 mm. Cine-
rama, and D 150 film on its auto
matic screen
General decorative color is red.
gold and black. The carpeting is
an original design made exclusively
for the Bay Harbor Theatre. When
in the area, the theatre can be
easily located by its large 56 ft. at-
traction sign. S. T.
Red Cross Annual Meeting
Dade County Chapter, American
Red Cross, will hold its annual
: dinner meeting at the Everglades
j Hotel next Tuesday. There will be
;a hospitality hour at 6:30 p.m., fol-
lowed by dinner at 7:20 p.m. The
dinner is informal and the public
is invited.
Beach CC Has
'Language Bank1
Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce is offering a "Language
Bank" to be used as a public serv-
ice by guests and residents of Mi-
ami Beach.
The "Bank" enables volunteers
in a dozen languages to assist vis-
itors in communication while in
Miami Beach, said Edward C. Lud-
wig, publicity chairman of the
Chamber.
"More volunteers, however, are
needed to allow visitors from all
areas of the world to feel at home
while in our area," Ludwig said.
Dr. Henry King Stanford. Uni-
versity of Miami president, will
present the Miami Beach Execu-
tives Club's "Award of Merit' at
the Deauville Hotel on Thursday.
May 19. to Jack D. Gordon, bank-
er and Dade County School Board
member, it was announced by
Michael Sossin. co-chairman of the
merit award luncheon committee.
Every year, the Miami Beach
Executives Club presents its
Award of Merit to a person of
"outstanding achievement and in-
tegrity, whose efforts reflect a de-
dication to community welfare."
Previous recipients were Metro
Mayor Chuck Hall and Dr. Irving
E. Muskat. Interama chairman,
who was guest of honor last year.
In addition to Gordon and Dr.
Stanford, among those scheduled
for places of honor at the dais are
Mayor Hall and Dr. Muskat: John
Barfield. area director. V S. De-
Top Restaurateur
At Seacoast South
Harry Zuckerman. for more than
two decades a Dade County res
taurant operator and catering fig-
ure, has taken over operations of
food facilities in the Seacoast
Towers South of Alexander Muss
and Sons He continues his current
associations, which include opera-
tion of the Famous Restaurant
with Morris Lerner
Zuckerman is now planning de
sign of food service operations
with architect Morris Lapidus for
Seacoast Towers East, due to open
this autumn.
The announcement, by the de-
. velopers of the oceanfront high-
rise apartments in Miami Beach,
Jays "Zuckerman has been call-
ed in to provide a uniform
standard of excellence in food
service and management for ten-
ants in the two residential
buildings."
Zuckerman was official caterer
for the City of Miami for 17 years
before becoming associated with
The Famous in 1964. He also cur-
rently operates the Miami Springs
Country Club dining room, and
the coffee shop and dining room
at the Beau Rivage.
He has been owner and operator
of the Paddock Room at the West
. Flagler Kennel Club, and for years
he has catered major parties of
the Vizcayans and Dade County so-
ciety figures.
partment of State, Si <;..
Cabrales, dean of Ihe Consul ^
Corps; Miami Beach Mayor Elliot'
Roosevelt; School Hoard chain
Mrs Jane Robert-: Da
Schools superintendent Di
Hall: Florida State | tenden:
Floyd Christum. Bis) >p I
F. Carroll: and Ra
Kronish
Mrs. Haber Heads
Islander ORT
At the annual installal
eon of Women's Vmericai 0R1
Islander Chapter, held Tuesdaj .
the Algiers Hotel, Jud lrvin4
Cypcn inducted the 1061 "'
Leaders for the new season arc
president. Mrs Said llahet vi
presidents. Mesdames Jack Breit
bart, Carl Berman. Irving Kraut
hamer. Abbe Lane. I ouis Rolnick
financial secretary, Mrs Murra
Mandell: recording secreta N -
Ann Kramer: membership cut.
secretary. Mrs [sa lore
responding secretary Mr Hertn
Glasser: treasurer, M
Feiner; parliament s. Lei
Gross
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passengers booked I Volpe Tours for Volpe Tours, and Dr. and Mrs. Isacc Surujon.
a trip to Europe and Israel that departed here
Mrs. Schuiwolf
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Mrs. Sara Schuiwolf will serve
as president for the second term
of Beth Kodesh Sisterhood. Mrs
Schuiwolf will be installed Wednes-
day at the group's annual luncheon.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will serve as
installing officer. Sum S< '
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ar <^y
MitzvaL
730 NE
D*mse Lipson and Mrs. Sol Goldstein.
ini,0. daughter of Cantor and 152nd St.
.'William W. Lipson. 345 SW A seventh prade student at John
u, Rd.. will be Bas Mitzvah at f. Kennedy Junior High. Marc at
h David ( ongregation on Fri- tends the temple Religious School
. May 13
ifnise Is a seventh grade stu- Richard Epstein
I at Sheiiimdoah High, and has On Saturday morning. May 14.
n attending Beth David Reli- Richard Michael Epstein will be
us School for the past seven | come Bar Mitzvah at the Israelite
rs. She studies the piano, is a Center.
Oenise lipson
trie feinstein
list in the Beth David Junior
Kir. and has appeared, with her
Mg
OH
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ep-
stein, the celebrant is a student at
S Region USY
To Folk Dance
Saturday Night
RDresen**tives of eight South
Florida I'nited Synagogue of
America youth groups will per-
form in the annual USY Israel
Folk Dance Festival on Saturday
at Beth David Congregation.
The Festival, beginning at 9 p.m.
Kiddush uiii follow the services.! is expected to be witnessed by
* more than 500 USY members,
Bruce Blumenthal stated Joseph Yanich, director of
Twilight services at Beth Torah !he Program. Mrs. Yanich is assist^
Congregation on Saturday. May 14.' ""8 her husband in coordination of
;i reception on Saturday evening
at Unified Hall. '
* *
Lawrence Ross
Lawrence, sen of Robert Ros.
5313 Collins Ave.. will be Bar
Mitzvah at Ner Tamid on Satur-
day morning. May 14.
The celebrant is a student at
Nautilus Junior High and Temple
Ner Tamid Religious School. He is
a stamp collector and enjoys out-
door sports, especially swimming.
and is also interested in coin col-
lecting.
His grandmother, Mrs. Frieda
Beiger, a local resident, will h,lP ^""S* J* uraay nay '* dances"
him celebrate, and Mr. and Mrs wl11 fea,ure the Bar M,t2vah of
, hobbieT*. Vollect'ISr Re!jBTS, Sch0' and atUndS MMdeljSijh^thfklddA7n Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Following the dance presentation
hobbies, sne coneci shenandoah Junior High, where Mandell will host the hiddush in Blumentna| ,6477 NE 30tn Ave by 40 L'SYers. Avraham GrobaFd,
, he is in the seventh grade, and Lees honor
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brinker. of plays the bass violin in the school
ron, 0.. grandparents of Denise, orchestra. He is an active Boy
E] attend the services and Con- Scout.
6
Rational Oneg Shabbat
ired by her parents
spon-
E'ic Feinstein
Saturday morning services. May
4 p]i Beth Shirah will in-
line Mitzvah of Eric
lein.
I is the son of Mr.
Feinstein, 120 s.
oral Gables, and
de
Fern Abramowitz
Friday evening services. May
13. at Beth Torah Congregation
will include the Bas Mitzvah of
Fern, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Daniel Abramowitz. 981 NE 157th
Grandparents Mr. and Mrs Louis Ter
Epstein, Riviera Beach. Fla.. and
The Bar Mitzvah will be honored
at the Kiddush following services,
and also at an open house
Eastern Shores.
Bruce, who has won golf trophies
at Westview Country Club, is a
seventh grade student at John F.
Kennedy Junior High and attends
Israeli singer, will perform several
classical and modern renditions.
Folk dancing by the cntirV gather-
ing will conclude the evening.
Tickets mav be obtained at the
Mrs. Edith Spalding, will be pres-
ent lor the occasion.
Beth Torah Religious School. His door the night of the performance
mother is president of North Miami ---------------------.....1;
Reach ( hapter of Hope School for QprrtnH Tnfm
Retarded Children. #cv.wei*j i*""
A reception and dinner at Beth Cah KfC'ctZ
s will honor their
; lion and dinner on
.it the Fontaine
David Silverman
Beth Torah Congregation will he
the site of the Bar Mitzvah cele-
U'on Junior bration honoring David, son of
Mrs. Rita Silverman, 2530 NW
18ird St.. on Saturday morning.
May 14.
Attending th( ceremony will be
an nts 01 (he celebrant. Mr
and Mrs. I ouis Fried, of Miami.
Fern is a seventh grade honoi
student at Thomas Jefferson Jim- Torah* on "Saturday""evening "wi'li
lor High and also attends Beth foIlow ,nc ceremony. For the .second consecutive year.
Torah Religious School. Her out- Attending the celebration will be Joseph Krefetz will sevf as pres-
ide interests include dancing and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo uk, ol Temple -hidea. .,
m0(U'""- Rlunu'nthal. No. Miami Beach, and
The celebrant will be honored at Mrs. Rose Greenfield. Chicago
Suburban League Manors Members
Officers on the slate with Kref-
etz are vice presidents, Max Deak-
ter. Lee Lebow, Victor Better and
Irviii- Schwartz; Albert Kronowitz,
rer: Richard Horwich, secre-
tary.
Bi ard of trustees are Harry Aiz
Jack Rosenberg
- 1 ol the late del
and Mi -. Rita tn< : '; graduatin
The 1966 donor luncheon of the Headed by Mrs. Alan Hertz.
Suburban League is slated for president, slate include- Mrs
Da\ui 1- a seventh made stu- Mondaj al the Doral Country Club, Barry Barson. Mrs Samuel Berko- enshtat, Mrs George Baum, Louis
lunior High and v"'!l ^rs' 'ay Mitchell serving as witz. Mrs. Howard Katzen, Mrs. Easton, Herbert Gelernter, Milton
chairman, erl Morrison, Jr.. Mrs. Jay Goldh Wbi I Jacobson, Harold
, ligious School Hi Now in its third year, the Lea Uirchell. vice presidents; Mrs laffei Marvin Levin,
s School. Sal .14 ,h ,. bj : ,. ;, '"fm'tee's aVe'Mrs David Som- :':-1''''1
v.ill be held at the Lee is the son of Mj I Mrs and pasl presidents wi is mers Mrs Normi :: Brotherhood president
or following tin B1 ( !l 1292-3 SW 69tl : ,,,- .. Larry Mizra h, Mrs, William n of officers and board
v' mtb grade On Wednesday evening at the Cooper. Mrs trovitz; hoar i foi will take place in the
;;: Palmetto Junior lii h where home of Mrs Richard PaJlot. n of governors, Mrs. Di 1 fall, wl ludea will oc-
he is n the Honor Roll. He has Lea sue leaders will be install! i Mrs Richard Pallot Mrs Charles cui new building at Granada
woi hi vard In basketball by Mrs. Charles Himmel. Himmel, Mrs Arthur Pepper. Blvd Dixie Highway,

i---ornrd Lang
morning, May 14
on tH M,-. ;<,| Mrs
! i bsei v e his
I <. iple Zion.
student in the
ass ol Hebrew S
seventh grade at
lor High. He is inter-
stamp-collecting and
Mrs Lang will host the
following the services.
I an open house reception in
Or of the Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
ay evei ing
*
Marc Goldstein
arly morning services on Sat-
>}". Maj 14. at Beth Torah Con-
ation will include the Bar
ah ol Marc Goldstein,
be celebrant is the son of Mr.
auk Steps
IP Campaign
Judge Remit- Frank stepped up
I campaign for election to the
te-HoiiM oi Representatives in
WP 11 11 week, subject to the
5 24 Pi'i-iocratic second pri-
|y,
rank Inner vice mayor of
m Beai noted "1 am the
I canduini, in the race with
rience." The World
f -'". veteran is a former
"f-'l 1 uige of the Beach, and
' for 'c ,.r Icrms on ,ne city
Ku.
m Democratic af-
rranli is a graduate of the
Uunty school system and
tmver~,ty of Miami Law
" He is one of the few na-
wni M amiana on the ballot.
Idtr 0f .p(>cial awards from
Hebrew Academy, Jaycees,
and other civic and religious
J frank is married to popu-
"8er Marion Colby. The
" Mvi a three-year-old son,
f.n[is supporters asserted
l '.' Judge's overwhelming
P his home city, which help-
m Poll the largest total in
" in the first primary, is
Pal I"* J Jic career merits
I"'*1 ^PPOrt from all of
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Shown canqratulatinq Murray A. Sbxrw
.er. od hia ree.ection
N'e: Tamid
to am ur.rre-recer.tec fifth term as president of
Congregation .= Herman Shaw r.o relation board member.
Discussing Adult Education Sabbath lest Friday at Beth
David Congregation are seated Mcnufl Lubel. chairman
of the adult education committee, ar.d Rabbi Sol Lcndcu. spir-
itual leader of Beth David Congreg=*:cr.. Standing are M. Jay
r.er, Mrs. Samuel Shavin and Mrs. Maurice Kellner. sec-
retory cf the committee.
Paul Faske. president of the YM and WHA of Greater Miami.
wes installed for a second term at the annual meeting of the
"Y" on Apr. 17. Shown is Arthur Rosichan. executive director
cf the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, presenting the gavel
to Faske right..
Educators Air Teacher Shortage
Manpower shortage in J<
ii --ruction was discussed Sun-
day on a special television pro-
. by a panel of local educa
teachers.
Meeting 'Goes'
To Caribbean
d r>t Temp!-
l- holding its monthly meet
Thursday. May 19. 8 30 pn. at
the temple.
Mrs William Herzbpjn. pr-
chairman, has planned a Carib-
bean Cruise" for members and
gues'-
Ura Albert Solo erbeod
president, and Rabbi Samuel April
i- spiritual leader of the cor
gat ion.
The topic was presen'ed over
Tho Still Small Voice, a 10 am.
<"h 7 program.
Par'icipants in the prosram pre-
sented in coopers I h the
Rabbinical .'
ation were Rabbi Sol L.
of Beth David Congregation: Ixiuis
Schwartzman executive director of
the Bureau of Jewish Edu
and Mrs
Dvora teachers at Terr.
pie Beth Sbotom; and Nathan
Stern, of Temple Adath Yesfaurun
faculty.
Schwartzman ir." the
panel which discussed the acute
-hortage of Jewish educational
personnel The Life of Eliezer
Ben-Yehuda." a film strip on the
r of modern Hebreu. was
also telecast.
+Jmist ftcridiar
All Temple Ner Tamid Officers, Boards
Installed at Brunch Here on Sunday
Murray A Shaw, unanimously
reelected for a fifth term as pres-
ident of Temple Ner Tamid. in-
stalled on Sunday morning in
the Sklar Auditorium of the tem-
ple Sisterhood. Men > Club offi-
cers and board members ere also
e May 1 brunch.
- headed DJ Shaw includes
" i of trus
airman; Louis Cohen. Mor-
ris i -.dor Deemar. Solomon
.ce presidents; Era Ros-
treasurer: Norman Super-
losepil Kahn. Caxlton B.
Paul H. Press, s taries.
rd of trustee members are
!!; man Eisenl i im Aar-
on Eisentein. Sol Frankel. Harry
E Glaz< ael Glazier. Aaron
Goldman. Chas. Goldstein. Frank
uman. Adolph Greenbaum.
Samuel Greenfield. Morris Hix
Jacobs, Harr> I ; .- rman.
Top ADL Unit
Appoints Roth
Beach at-
been app
ssocial '
- Committee of the
\n;.-Defamation Leegui : I
B'nth. according to a nce-
by Don Scl tional
.ent.
For the past six
served as chairman
tional discriminations immittee
of the League, and for
as : ice chairman I the
League.
i a member of thi
cutive comrr.ttee of the National
\DL Commission and at
chairman of the Flori tonal
Board He has been as..:ated
with the Anti-Defamation League
5 ".ar>
Morris Miretzky. Hyman Posner.
Philip Randman. Max Raskin. D.
Dale Regent. Julius Resnick. Alex
ander Rest. Albert V Rosenberg.
Rosenfeld. Herman Shaw
> Sherman. Judge Louis H.
Stallman. Joseph Sflverman, Sadie
Trosky Aaron Wolach. Joseph Ze-
man. Louis Cohen. Ezra Finegold.
Gold. Col. Wm. Harris.
Nathan Rottenberg. Jacob Sapir-
. Eugene J Schwartz. Murray
A Shaw. Fannie Sklar. and Mau-
L Zaretsky.
AJC Conclave
To be Subject
Mrs Sy 1 \ rtn
I
has

8:30
t the I
'

lairmai
a special
Bon Voj :. to
me:: 10 will be participu
American Jewish C< i gress
tours to Israel this summer.
Sisterhood Cites
Mrs. Seidman
Mr- William Si n has N>en
named Sister of the Year" by the
Temple Or Olom Sisterhood
A committee, represented by
. Lawrence Kaplan, presented
a plaque to Mrs
an at the
annual di
luncheon held
...
'
The award is
S \ tert i member
-ion
to the temple
* thr
Mn. Seidman >Ut
" S< idman ha
' IN 'he
rd. and
ites ases of ti
ity.
Mrs Seidman
Ix-r of the Sisterhood an<:
and has beer Sisti
vice president, treasurer, secretary
of the Bowlii .e for eight
years, and chairman for the past
two f Temp!. I im's
auctions She ha- been active ir:
Madassah and is publicity chair-
man for the Florida Branch. Na-
il Women I
Seidmar. in Brook
\ ttended Syracuse I i
id had :.
S

United Fnd Has
Viet Aid Drive
The United Fund of Dade Countv
is currently conducting a special
campaisn known as United Fund
Viet-Aid.
Purpose is to raise SeJOOOO for
the American Red I d USO
commitments in Viet Nam
The community is bein^ encour-
aged to support the campaign by-
sending contributions to United
Fund -Viet-Aid. PO Box 111, Miami.
Fla 33101.
F da raised go toward the as-
sistance of the nation fighting
.n Viet Nam
Williams Steps
Up His Campaign
Incumbent Broward Wil
ked up h this week
in the Ma> 24 prii .... for State
Hirer's off
Supporters of Treasurer Wil-
liams said his endorsement by both
Miami daily newspapers i* indica-
tive of the high regard in which
he is held throughout Florida."
.ams emphasized that "ex-
perience is invaluable to you in
providing competent knowledge-
able representation of your inter-
ests in this specialized field of
government. Vote to keep proven
experience in a job it takes a life
time to learn "
Leon Kapler, lonc-tane ~
munity iecde-
writh a scrc^i :he z.-M
jubilee convc
tional Jewish Welfare i
on Apr. 29 .:. N
The sczzY. cite
service as --. -rjm
pres dent z: "'.'"
to 1966 CZZ.-..Z :-;
werving con
rr.ecr.lr.afu;
America and '.' s-
cant cc:.--. :: :.-..;.
isfa Commun: y -
zz-ec'---^ .
throughc 1
spired and i
Wi
erahir
MUSIC and ESTERTAIMEJJ
fOR AIL OCCiSiONS!
Weddings Bo- V rrrafc, *arfiti
A Strolling Accord c- It C
Fgll Orchestra
TROPICAL ATTRACTION
JE 2-7366 IK JOWSSON Hi 3
DRUM
INSTRUCTION
*o- 4.o c:i ly
MICKEY SHEEN
Dru rtr A c l1 f(wll : If
TEACHER AND COAt> rO
SAL MISECIN
' THE GE.E "5UPi
STOBT
fee -f-f -
Ad.cnttc e'en
CAIL fOa*P0lNTMI.?
wiv-eoo* wie.jio:
Brandeis Zionists
Hear ZOA Chief
'i speaker were among
of *he Brand. ,'
Beach. r.eeting on
Monda) evening.
s for the season's finale were
Mr. a- Mar Raskin K- nt
a a- held at Washington Fi-i-
eral. 1133 Normandy I
Mortimer May. past president.
: ianuation of America
iced his latest findings on
the situation in the Middle East
and Israel, and Young Judeans,
with leader Don Pricha-on. attend-
ed the meeting.
Chapter president is Isaac Donen
New President
Elected By
Beth David ATID
Randall Fuhr. a 20->ear-old Uni-
versity of Miami has been
chosen president for the remainder
of the season at Beth DaTid ATID.
college-age 01 n.
Fuhr. a journalism major, uas
named in a special election. Mike
Rechtschaffer. a graduate of Miami
Dade Junior College, left his post
- completing his studies.
The new president i~ the son of
Mr and Mrs Benjamin Fuhr. of
Fall River, Mass He ser\ed as re-
ligion consultant at Beth David
before his appointment Fuhr has
held positions in United Synagogue
Youth. Aleph Zadik Aleph. and
Hillel
Any way you
figure it...
THE FINEST'
WELCOME^
TO GREATER MIAMI|
IS WELCOME K
WAGON
A vtsft from our hsifaM ei w*
you hMl at hc*- ** ^"*
f lifts nd MMTI "---::"'
bout tho ety. ** *'
factlitiu. Just cj : ..
HI 8-49*4
Earn anicoaioisj ^,
IMt VMM W
Attn
Mf-
3 Pleas* hove th Welcome fcWH
Hostess toll on we-
< *oold like to sobscr.oe \*
Tot Jewiik fUridian
FiH oot coopon ond "
CirtolotioB Oet.,
M.P.O. Bo 2973, M.oi. '*


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1966
* // # idh Fin rkHaui
Page 15-B
Plns Annual
beet Here June 4
[ p Feinberg, pres-
et Jew ish Vocational Service,
E ., | the eighth annual meet-
id the membership of the board
Lfectors of ,r'1' goncy will be
ion Saturday evening, June 4.
I vm and WHA- of Greater
knii. 8500 SU 8th St.
dominating and membership
nr.ittee. chaired by past pres-
I Bernstein and
L; L. Ruskin, and assisted by
iani .i Fox Albert J. Hlrsch,
Geral I P SolU, Sam J. Hei
Mr- S Lewis and Stuait
kchiid. present the data
iff,, i 166 liT as follov. s:
Secietary Abel Holtz; assist-
secietary, Mrs. Sidney
Iwtt, nominee for reelection;
fcasurer, Charles Hertxoff; as-
llant treasurer, Ronald L. Al-
|rt vice presidents, Edward J.
l< nominee for reelection. S.
Iiuid Pallor, Stuart Rothchild,
Im.nee for reelection, and Earl
Wiener, president, Marshall
Harris; and honorary pres-
kr' Sam J Heiman.
i follow will be nominated
in- Mrs. Meyer
William Bares, Jr.,
Mrs Charles P
I Heiman, Albert
| H< Itz, Dr. Marvin
I W. KaU, Stuart
Ruskin, Steven
u iener.
ill be nominate l
ntinuing terms:
Edward .1. Fox Jack Sandier, ol 530 West 50th
Charles Hertz- Sl_ M,,mi Beach, vice president of
- v IS, Sam l.uln ,
Soltz, Sanford s""v Bradcasting t o.. and general
Henrj Weiss, manager "i its Miami radio -.
and Allan P. tion, died Thursday, Ma> 5, at the
age of 50
ill be nominated
ntinuing term:
Herbert P. Blum- came here "' li,," "' assume man'
an, Sidnej a ement ol WQAM v hen the late
i A. Geller, Je- Todd Storz, an Omaha broadc I
purchased the station from the
Miami Her. Id, He "as en
with the chai in format which
committee for made WQAM a leader in listener
lual meeting in- popularity,
Mr. Sandier was educated in
dn.id.i, ard broke into b'oad-
castina when he moved *o Omaha
in 19"9. As a sportscaster there,
he covered ice hockey matches
for WOW, interrupting his car-
r to servo in the Air Force for
four years.
LEGAL NOTICE
Winner of the Miami Jaycees Inter-American Relations award
is Mac Seligman, Florida Zone sales manager for Hertz Rent
A Car. Seligman was presented with the award by Jaycees
President Phil Brawner. The Jaycees cited Seligman for his
efforts in promoting tourism to Miami from Latin America and
for his accomplishments in developing better Inter-American
understanding.
Jack Sandier,
WQAM Head,
Dies Here at 50
Born in Tor into, Mr, Sandier
1 Pallot, Mrs.
'. 4 Pad L. Wiener.
I S Lewis, chair
. Ronald L. Albert.
\ Baskin, Albert J
- R .: aid Pallot
I
n for the annual din-
S Ronald Pallot,
' i-r. ind guest speak-
i : DuPnse Jordan, direc-
iffairs of the Office
in i c Opportunity's
" '>o.ion Office in
nti- Oa
cational Servici
.1 [enc< of the
I i.-h Federation
: Dade County.
idassah Plans
iy Luncheons
brton rowers Hadassah will
its annual installation lunch-
Wednesday at the Algiers
ll- Henry B "Aernick will be
lug officer.
ktertamment wili be provided
prry May, American-Israeli
l' Mr.=. Hattie Wagner is pro-
chairman. Mrs. Emanuel
is president.

allation luncheon of Henri-
fcold Chapter of Hadassah
[toke place on Monday at the
"I Hotel Mrs Irwin Liss will
allinfi officer.
"usical pro-ram featuring
J'"t P.je, soloist, accom-
by Mrs. Oig* Bibor Stern
preseriie.x Chapter presi-
,s Mrs. Sol Ureenberg.
Wkve* Chapter
tets Tuesday
. Mr.iBrith
ar meet-
1 in the
will
f wi-
Ruth
ual donor ('. nee of
Temple Zion S erhood w ill be
["erraci
He to Omaha it Saturday. Mrs. Mel Hah
this ti ne as sportscasti r For donor chairma
< i\VH, acquired in 1949 by the
ted LEGAu NOTICE
him sales manager in lt'o-
Mr. Sandier came here as
erai manager of WQAM in
and in 1959 was appointed to the
post he held at the time of his arlbnb sbslow
1 I 'i i 1111 11
death.
Active in community affairs. Mr.
andler belonged to the Dade
County Development Board, served
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT -if T'J6
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 5083
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Pl.ll
.ii 'Hi. si:si.. \\.
I'. f.ndant.
Sandier belonged to the Dade "''' -}l'.^V,)Xslr....,
Avvrnv, New Vork
as a director of the DpwntownBus-1 t^&*'$$Z nWenXS
against you, and you urv hereby re-
quired to eervi ii copy of your answer
t< iht Complaint on the lliilnttff's
attorney. ARTHUR \v. K A RUCK,
whose addri m la M N.W. nth Mm t,
Miami, Florida. aiMl file th. original
of the Answr.-r In the office of the
Clerk <>f the Eleventh Judicial circuit
in. and fer Dude County, Klorlrta, on
or hefore the 17th day of June. I9SS, In
default of which the Complaint will be
taken as confessed bv ywu.
DATKI- this lllh day of .May. 196S.
E. U. l.KATUKKMAJS
Clerk of ih.- circuit <*ourt
By MARnl'iOtlTE KENT
l/u-so-27 J/8
iness Council, the National Park-
inson Foundation and the Greater
Miami Philharmonic Society.
He was an honorary trustee of
the Opera Guild of Greater Miami,
and was active in the United Fund.
the Combined Jewish Appeal and
Variety Children's Hospital.
Survivors include bis wile. Gail,
and a son, Michael.
Services were held May 8 at
Riverside Memorial Chapel, 1920
Alton Rd., with burial in lakeside.
OKSER. Irvln. :, of 71.. Michigan
Aye-., dl-d May 8. RivertJde,
Grossman sol r. '';. sit:i h\V
!in HAGEN. !/....>. 80, of 7 71. ll.ii.illiK
Ave died M iy 8 Oordon
SANOACK. Sumu<>l, 71. '' >
St died Me. niv I' III I '-
Knfgr New
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Mj Itlv. rsicli
RUBIN. Row |-i.,i. A\e..
d Mas
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BERMAN, I NW
OPPENH'MEl
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 707ia-A
in l:i: KM.it. of
mai: TOLLMAN
i > i'ti>,ii.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All PerwMi* Hav-
i nn Claluu or uenaiidi AKahiMi Said
1 l>tate:
Vou are hereby notified aad r.
, lo Dreeent any claim.-' and de-
i.is whiih >..ii may have mialiutt
i it. ,-i MAG MtUJdAN dt-
. ol Had.- County, I'l r du
;., the County J I
. -.< In Uupllcuti ".i -
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lee*, in th, < '
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Zion Sisterhood Donor Dinner
NOT'CE UNOE R
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
i" IS H 11KI:\

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thi 'Ii i k t.l ii i 'ii -
euit Co I ..i :......nil l- di
.1 I.I- IXVl III iTKI,. |.\l
ii Cla Corp.
________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'liTICK IS IIKKI-.iiy CIVKN Ihut
the .....I.i.isnol. d.-sllinu |o eiiKHKi ll
IiiihIik -h under Ihe I'i, tltlouw nani,. of
ItlKd \ i >\ I :i:iisi\i ; iii. cnol Inc.)
i ii n r Ti:'::-.\ I:,., ij ne lilvtl In
tin i'U> of Miami. Kloridn, Inti n In
lo i.-M,i- the hald nam,- with the
I'll : I. ..i the Circuit Couri of I iili
I'!..1-1,1.i
Dated in Miami, Klmlda, ll
.l.i > ..; May, l
KICHARII I Kl H ITA
Sole i >v nei
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NtiTH-K IS HKRKIIY lilVKN Hut I
Ihe lllldel .-inn. ii.
i'i lei- ii.-. mi,I. r the I muni
i JHW lIC\ ICI.I il'KRS | IK
-' !.'. Ilia!, ah Plr.rldll Inti l"l.-
iii i*i il i rill lie cli
of Hi,, i "In in i '.in i of I lade I
I.,
IIKRIIKRT W KliTHKJMKK
JE.VMK S u i:i;'I'iii:i \n:it. iu- wife
S,.|, I IW ||. i >
I'RBI' ,\ s KW MAN
A I lnrne> for A|i|>lii Hill -
Bo3 i inde KVdi riU U illdlna
Miami, Plorlda
i :ii -. .-. ia.in
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63582-B
IX l:IT. KMale of
III 'Si: MKI "NICK,
I'. ,..,,-, .1.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
\' iTIi i: '- hi ebj ^i\. n thai
havi filed "in I-' n i| Ri ion und I'e-
for Ulstrlliutlon and Klnal 1>1*-
, I ,.| > of I ; -' .i ol
Ri >SK .\i i:i i.NICK, deci md that
hi th. el day of Jun< : u :
l lonorable i 'mini
1 i i. i' int). i | irldi
m -t i-iliu-
il i lual dischu i-uloi

il,,-. di : Th 9th day ol M
JACK MKKNII'K
SYLVIA WKISS
llVRi IX I. SI'ARIIKR
ii i:i h ii., n
ll
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY
66C 4953
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
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NOTICE UNDER
FACTITIOUS NAME LAW
- I N that
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LASS RAI I., at -JT H -
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KKSSLKR. MASSEY A BECKERMAN
Att. me) s for Vpplicant
195 I'. 'more Way
i Vt ,i! labll l-'la.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62 C 9371 iDuV.ni
NOTICE OF SUIT OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
AIN'.-'I J\K It. I Kltl'IK.
Iiiterv.-iii-i-.
\ B,
JACK U'l'is DUNNE,
Defendant.
Ht'NICK Kl Til DIXNK.
PfaUntlff,
vt.
JACK Lulls DUNNE,
Defendant..
TO! JACK LOUIS DUNNE
210 MriKidwa)
Lonx Uranch. New Jersey
You are hereby notified that a Com-
plaint fci EoreaiMwre of Ati,.rnev '
Livn has h^en hroucUl aaini you un
Ihe foltuwlnc des<'nb*-d proper^' and
N-inR aiuiate In Ihide Couny/. k'ioriiia,
to wit:
Lot 8, Block 4. SUNHWEPT ISLE
acoordlnc t.> the plat thereof re-
oorded In Plal iiook uui i*ac no
of the Public Recorda .,f Dade
County, Plorida, a k a 81321 NH
:'tth Curt, North Miami I:, i :
Plor .I.,
LEGAL NOTtCt
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIQU5*LAlE LAW
Ni.TI I' ,.s H :i
ill.- .ii.-d. .'..- trinv
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1 'in .11 1 Sables, 1.....1.1 .'.:;l^l
__________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. S6C 47M
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CARL W in 1 I-..
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NOTirr or AOPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
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Si 'TI'-IT IS HEREBY tllVEN tt
ALBERT MARTIN,
Tax Sale 1 'ertifii He N 'I
the l-i da lune, V.I) ia
fill .I Name In m) ofl lei und ., tie
aiipllca i iii for at led
thereon. Said Ortl ati ea
t he follow 1 t 1 _r 'I- .1 ', 11
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W :t". ft "f 1 ol i'.;... k
River Gardens, Plat li.."k h;. Pbri k>,
m the County of l>ud, State of 1
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The asaoasmenl of -ai.i propi ':/
under the said rertlfli .Ui ivai in
name ,.f: .ICI.1A ROSE VV1LL1 I
Unless said certlfl' "hsJI b<
demed a.cordinK '' law, the urouerty
deacribed herein will i -"Id to th*
hlthest bidder at th. Court House
door "ii the first Mi 1 da) In the mu 'ii
of June. 1966. whii h is the Sth ...y
of June. 19S6.
I'aiwl tills 3rd da) of Mac. ISiiij
K. Ii I.KATHKILMA.V,
Clerk of Clrc lit Court
Dade County. I'I" 1 ida
1 Seal) Bv I*. F. ("t'T.l .s ll: \N I >
D. C.
____________________________ ya-i.i--'-'-j7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70495.A
In RE: Rat 1
IAVII> MCW
L.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All C fid A I tons Hav -
Ini; Claims ir Demat.ds A^.Uust Said
Vm you -' required t" serve a copy Estate
Y"u are v ',> netlfled anjLreQuireil
1, and HcmandH
ma) have B*aHiM Ihe --
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Package Processing Log
4/3/2013 5:01:05 AM Error Log for AA00010090_01945 processed at: 4/3/2013 5:01:05 AM
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