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The Jewish Floridian
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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 27, 1966

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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r "Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH ViiEKLY
Volume 3S Number 21
Miami. Florida. May 27. 1966
Two Sections Price 23c
U.S. Sells 'Tactical Aircraft' to Israel
TRIP SCHEDULED FOR THIS SUMMER
State Dep't. Report
Truman Hopes to See Israel shows Policy Change;
Nasser on the Griddle
WASHINGTON (JTA) For-
tr President Harry S. Truman
topes to fly to Israel in the first
nek oi July to dedicate the Tru-
ian Peace Center at the Hebrew
jversity in Jerusalem, Drew
reported from Independ-
ence. Mo
Describing an interview with
Mr 'Iranian, the syndicated col-
umnist said Chief Justice Earl
Warren of the U.S. Supreme Court
kill accompany the former Pres-
ident. Mr. Truman hopes to an-
nounce in person the first winner
:: the annual prize to be offered
|> the Center for the individual
Diking the greatest contribution
!( peace.
Israel Ambassador Avraham
Uarman represented the Govern-
HAM* S. JKUfAAN
ment of Israel at a party in Kansas
City honoring the 82nd birthday
of Mr. Truman. The centerpiece
for the birthday luncheon table |
was a huge cake, decorated with a i
frosted picture of the proposed
Harry S. Truman Center for the
Advancement of Peace to be
erected at the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem. The Ambassador was
invited because sponsors of the
celebration were mindful of Mr.
Truman's deep personal affinity
for the Jewish State.
The Harry S. Truman Center
for the Advancement ot Peace will
be dedicated to the study of the!
means of accomplishing interna
tional peace, understanding and
amity.
SKYHAWK BOMBERS INVOLVED PAGE t-A
WE STILL CONSIDER AID PAGE 11-A
By Special Report
IN JULY
Shazar Will
WASHINGTON Jet bombers
made up the package of "a limited
number of tactical aircraft" sold
early this week by the United
States to the State of Israel.
Announcement that the U.S. had / y~*/ f
agreed to the sale was made by y ISlt \JiHlQ
State Department officials in i
Washington and the Government
of Israel in Jerusalem late last \f\ iSf/#W/Wf/*
WOCK.
We Prepare to Return Captured
German War Machines to Bonn
Ithkhooiam skaks
Ecumenical
Warning In
Rabbi's Talk
TORONTO (JTA) "A sec
d ecumenical movement, world-
ride in extent and influence,
hreatens the lives of all of us,"
leading Jewish theologian told a
gathering of 500 rabbis and a num-
ber of invited Canadian clergymen
en Speaking on Prerequisites
ii Faith," Dr. Abraham Joshua
Hes professor of Jewish ethics
sticism at the Jewish The-
. Seminary <>f America, told
idience "that ecumenical
enl is nihilism."
essing the 66th annual con
n of the Rabbinical Assem
Continued on Page 13-A
By MILTON FRIEDMAN .
WASHINGTON (JTA) The I
U.S. House of Representatives;
Armed Services Committee has
recommended restoration to West |
Germany of captured Nazi war
trophies including a Panzer tank,
equipped with a flamethrower, of1
the type used to liquidate the |
Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto.
No opposition has been voiced
in Congress. A number of Con-
gressmen, however, recently made
speeches in their home districts
i to memorialize the 23rd annivers-
ary of the uprising against Nazi
tyranny. They deplored the arm-;
1 ored terror unleashed on the
' martyrs of the ghetto.
The tank, known as a Panier
Kimp-Wagtn Mark 3, with
flamethrower, was captured by
the U.S. Army. It is among
trophies displayed at Aberdeen
Proving Ground, Md.
Another weapon to be returned
to the German Army under the
pending legislation is a captured
21 CM. cannon, known by Hitler's
Wehrmacht as a K-38 gun.
Report No. 1518 of the Armed
Services Committee urged restora-
tion of these death-dealing arms
to the Germans. "The German ar-
tillery school is celebrating its
centennial anniversary on July 8
of this year." said the report. It
added that "the Department of
the Army would like to have the
Continued on Page 9-A
According to the report, the
aircraft were not disclosed, al-
though informed sources seem-
ed fairly certain that jet bomb-
ers were included in the arrange-
ment.
The sale follows quickly on the
heels of the visit in Cairo by Sov-
iet Premier Kosygin and growing
i U.S. resentment toward Egyptian
President Nasser. American offi-
cials are by now angered to the
Continued on Page 8-A
SANTIAGO DE CHILE(JTA)
Israel's President Zalman Shazar
will visit Chile in July, it was an-
nounced here this week by Haim
Gvati, Israeli Minister of Agri-
culture. He made that disclosure
after a conference here with
Chilean President Eduardo Frei,
concluding a week's visit to this
| country.
During his stay, Mr. Gvati,
I visited a number of Israeli
agronomists and engineers aid-
Continued on Page 2-A
REMARKS BY RABBI POUPKO
S. Africa Jewish Unit
Deplores Swastika Rap
Canada Neo Nazi Free
Of 'Unlawful' Charges
TORONTO (JTA) John was an intent on Beattie's part to
Beattie self-styled neo-Nazi leader, incite to riot and tumultous be-
was acquitted of two charges of havior. or that Beattie and his neo-
unlawful assembly and trying to Nazi associates were assemble, n
' e ,e an unlawful assembly after one place during the riot when
cross-examining the Jewish mayor enraged anti-Nazis charged the
of Toronto and a Jewish alder- neo-Nazis.
JOHANNESBURG (JTA)
The South African Jewish Board
of Deputies issues a statement here
deploring remarks by Rabbi Sol-
omon Poupko of the Johannesburg-
Sydenham-Highlands North Hebrew
Congregation about the daubing
of a swastika on his synagogue
Die Transvaler, a Johannesburg
newspaper, reported it had re
ceived an anonymous telephone
call to semi a reporter to the syn
agogue to cover the sermon and
thai alter the service, it had re-
ceived another call, asking the
reporter's tape recording of the
sermon be handed to the rabbi
The newspaper reported that
Rabbi Poupko said in his serm-
on that it was a "German
hand" which had done the
daubing, that the atomic bomb
should have been dropped on
Berlin, that a "monster Ger-
many" had been built from the
weapons again were being
placed in the "bloody claws" of
Germans, and that Germans
were able to come to South
Africa because of the country's
"liberal attitude" on immigra-
tion.
Schal- Botha, chairman of the
lans-German Cultural Union,
replied thai present > Germany
ha i n adi anti S i itism a crime,
Continued or P^ge 10-A
ABI ABRAHAM HfSCHH
man
The charges had been brought
against the neo-Nazi by Samuel.
Kaplan, who had previously been
acquitted of charges of assaulting j
Beattie. The hearing in a magis-
trate's court here was the last in al
series arising from a near-riot in I
Toronto's Allan Gardens last May,
almost a year ago. Beattie had
previously been found guilty and
fined for creating a disturbance
and for unlawful assembly in con-
nection with the Allan Gardens
disturbance, at which he had
planned to speak.
Magistrate Oppcr. in acquitting
Beattie. held that the prosecution
had failed to establish that there
Federation Meet Features Fun
Fun with Federation" will be
the theme June 11 for the 28th
annual meeting of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, with tired ,
but happy workers for the Com
bined Jewish Appeal scheduling a
victory supper dance that night in i
the Fontainebleau Hotel to wind |
up a record-setting CJA campaign
Harry B. Smith, chairman of
the affair, said that 'we'll have
plenty of entertainment, music,
dancing and food and even
leave time for the business of an
annual meeting. The accent def-
initely is on fun and celebration
this year."
Backing up those words, at
least as far as victory is con-
cerned, was the announcement
Tuesday afternoon by CJA chair-
man. Jay I. Kislak, that a total
of $1,511,205 has been raised to
meet the minimum needs of
more than 50 local, national and
overseas agencies.
We are m sight of the $1,566.-
666 goal, and continued efforts on
the part of our dedicated volunteer
workers can put us over the top
Iby June 11." Kislak asserted. "The
drive is more than five per cent
ahead of the total raised in all of
1965. and less than lour per cent
short of this year's goal "
Report of the Federation nom-
inating committee, chaired by
Fred K Shochet, and election "f
Continued on Page 3-A


Pcge 2-A
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-y 27, ~-.;a
Rabbi Schiff Is Coordinating Chaplain
Of New Federation-Chaplaincy Program
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual
leader of Coi in Beth El in
Miami since 1958. has been ap-
pointed as coordinating chaplain
of the recently-organized chap-
laincj program co sponsored by
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and the Rabbinical Associ-
ation of Greater Miami.
Rabbi Schiff will continue to
ser\e in his present capacity at
Beth El and also will maintain his
-;tion as executive vice pres-
ident of the Rabbinical Associ-
ation.
Announcement was made by
Sam J. Heiman, chairman of
the chaplaincy advisory commit-
tee of Federation, and the Rab-
binical Association. Heiman said
the service was inaugurated this
week, with Rabbi Schiff servic-
ing only four institutions be-
cause of the present limitation
of both staff and funds for the
new program. Those institutions
now receiving chaplaincy serv-
ice are Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital, Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital, Mount Sinai Hospital, and
the Jewish Home for the Aged
of Greater Miami.
Advanced Deadline
Because of the Shavuoth
holiday on Wednes lay and
Thursday, The Jewish Flur-
idian went to press this week
earlier than regularly sched-
uled. News releaseea and
photos received after the
deadline as announced in
last week's edition, set for
Momiay. Ma) 23. at 10 a.m..
will be used where possible
in subsequent issues. Beguiar
deadlines resume with The
Jewish Floridian e.lition of
Friday, June 3. Post-election
and other coverage generally
treated in these news col-
umns W e r e necessarily
omitted.
ZOA Sponsors Caribbean Cruise
Albert E. Ossip, chairman of the SS Shalom
the Zionist Organization of Amer- The cruise wi]
ica President s Council of Greater
Miami, said that the ZOA will
sponsor a Caribbean cruise on Is-
rael's SS Shalom from Nov. 17 to
26.
Center Schedules
Closing Ceremony
Sunday, at 10 a.m.. Flagler-
Granada Jeui-h Center will hold
- ng exercises for Religious
School children.
Awards for scholarship and at
tendance will be given to students
attending the Sunday. Hebrew
Schools and Junior Congregation
on Friday nights and Saturday
mornings
Following will receive awards:
Scott Karafin, Francine Sherwood.
Ricky Fine. Jason Nirenberg. Seal
Nircnberg. Eugene Sherwood. Shel-
don Levine, Albert Goldberg. Roy
Goldenberg. Doreen Nadler. Paul
ette Kessler Edward Mahoney.
Daniel Booth. Norman Schlossberg.
Neil Bernstein, Richard Levine.
Frank Kronberg. Robert Gross-
wald. Ricky Levine. Jane Cohen.
Kenneth Golen, Jack Segal. Dana
Gold, Sandor Semowitz, Scott
Demsky. Howard Sanders, Mark
Strousberg, Evan Chern, Stephen
Kaplan.
Highest awards will be given to
Ira Gordon for conducting services
for the senior congregation, and to
Scott Demsky and Dana Gold for
conducting services for the junior
congregation.
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Heiman is a member of the na-
tional board of directors of the
Joint Distribution Committee and
twice served as general campaign
chairman of the Combined Jewish
Appeal. He is a past president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration and is a member of the
national campaign committee of
the United Jewish Appeal
I Itimately we hope to serve
additional hospitals, youth halls,
jails and other institutions," Hei-
man said. "This chaplaincy pro-
gram is in the highest tradition
of Judaism, popularly known as
Bikur-Cholim. assisting the sick.'
Other memers of the committee,
in addition to Heiman. include vice
chairman Walter Falk. Dr. Herb-
ert M. Baumgarcl. Rabbi Jonah
Caplan, Leo Eisenstein. Irving
Kaplan. Dr. Joseph R. Narot. Wil-
liam Rafkind and Harold Thur-
man.
Rabbi Schiff moved here from
a pulpit in Dubuque. la. He has
served the Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami as secretary, vice
president and president, in addi-
tion to his current position.
He is chairman of the Relig-
ious Affairs Council of the Dade
County civil defense and helped
to organiie the Channel 2
(WTHS-TV) program, "Mm to
Man."
Rabbi Schiff is a member of the
board of the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ueation of Greater Miami, and of
the Greater Miami Hebrew Acad- ]
emy. He is a member of the com-
initteu on medicine and religion j
of the Dade County Medical Asso-
ciation.
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Left give CHAI here to the neee'y
. ty ISKAIL BONDS and five
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Shazar to Visit
Chile in Summer
Continued from Page 1-A
ing Chile's agricultural develop-
ment. He also discussed agricul-
tural methods with various gov-
ernment officials. In his con-
versation with President Frei,
Mr. Gvati and Chile's chief exe-
cutive discussed various prob-
lems of mutual interest.
Gvati left for Lima for a
one-week visit to Peru during
which he will participate in the
Day of Agriculture celebration as
guest of Peruvian Minister Cubas
Vinatea. He will make an exten-
sive >.iies of visits to sections
where Israeli experts are assisting
Peruvian farmers, irrigation pro-
jects, cooperative- and agricul-
tural stations and universities.
Zamora Confirms Students
Confirmation class of Temple
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Page 3-A
MtMIMtMMdU
Graduation exercises for students of Temple
..-El's Religious School will take place
evening at 8:30 p.m. Seated are (left
Kenneth Sossin, Jacob Plotkin, Deb-
. hwaid. Olivia Levin, Jay Brooks.
'pen. Standing (left to right) are Steven
Marjone Silver, Steven Weintraub,
Samuel J. Leibowitz, education director. Dr.
Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple
Emanu-El. Wendee Besner, Mrs. Fay Fein-
stein, Benjamin Altschuler, Mrs. Haviva Zour,
Hebrew Teachers, David Wilkes. Not shown is
Myles Cypen.
Rabbinical Unit Installation
The Rabbinical Association of
.ami will hold ils second
Installation forum on|
evening, .lune 2. at Both
ngregailon.
- to bo installed Include
- !)r. Max A. LipschitZ, Of
rah Congregation; vice
Dr. Irving Lehrman, of
Emanu-El. former pros-
the Rabbinical Associa-;
tion: treasurer, Dr Samuel Jaffe,
>i Temple Beth El, Hollywood;
secretary, Rabbi Morris A. Kip-
per. of Temple Judea, Coral
Gables.
Outgoing officers are Rabbi
Jonah E. Caplan, Sky Lake Syn-
agogue, president; Dr. Lipschitz,
vice president; Rabbi Allen Rut-
chick. Southeast regional director.
United Synagogue <>( America,
secretary: and
surer.
Dr. Jaffe. trea
Federation Meeting
Continued from Page 1-A
officen are among the items on
tin bntf agenda for the June 11
meetii |
,\l-( scheduled are a salute to
campaign leadership by Joseph
M Upton, Federation president.
brief report on the 1906
CJ.A i Kislak.
U'oriung with Shochet to com*
the slate of the nominating
mitb are William Agranove,
id P Catsman, Joseph Cohen,
tt alter Falk, Mrs Aaron Fan. Mrs
i ../man. Kislak. .lack S.
mith, Robert Traurig, Irv-
and A B Wiener
Men.c*rs of the victory supper
dance committee include Mrs.
J.,ck Katiman, Mrs. Milton
Green, Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Mrs.
Harry B. Smith, Mrs. Richard
Brickman, Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt,
Mrs. Irving Cypen and Mrs. Jean
Lehman. All of the women are
working on arrangements, hos-
tess and attendance subcommit-
tees.
Other members include William
Baros, Mrs. Phil Bloom. Max Co-
gan. Paul Faske. Louis Harris. Sam
J. Heiman, Daniel N. Heller, Irv-
ing Kaplan. Mrs. Inez Krensky,
Sidney Lefcourt. Mrs Irving Lehr-
man. Mrs. Joseph M. l.ipton. Mrs.
Sam Luby, Jr., Ronald Pallot, Sam
Pollack, William Rafkind. Abe
Solosko Arnold stem. Byron J.
Robert Traurig, Milton
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One of the highlights of the
evening will be the presentation
of merit awards to current pres-
idents of all the member con-
gregations. Leading laymen of
the community will attend.
Program for the evening sched-
ules as chairman Dr. Herbert
Baumgard, Temple Beth Am.
Ilatikvah and Star Splangled Ban-
ner will be by the Cantonal Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami. Invoca-
tion i> by Rabbi Sol Landau. Beth
David Congregation. Welcome will
be by Edward Ziffer, president of
the host congregation. Presenta-
tion to outgoing officers will be
by Rabbi Leon Kroniah, Temple
Beth Sholom.
Report of outgoing president
will be by Rabbi Caplan. Report
by executive vice president and
chaplaincy co-ordinator. Rabbi
Solomon Schilf. of Beth El Con-
gregation, is also scheduled.
Dr. Lehrman will present the
annual awards to presidents of
member congregations.
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the Cantorial Association. Instal-
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Volume 39
Number 21
We Get Nasser's
Long-Time Message
How far is far? It depends upon
who is doing the going. With Pres-
ident Nasser' our State Department
v. as prepared to make it a long
voyage. Except for his first year or
two after the deposition of Gen.
Ncguib, when his reform r::-:::~
in Egypt seemed both honest and
sincere. Nasser has been fairly pre-
c.ctcble. The weakness of most dic-
tators is that they are.
Those of us sincerely interested
in the Middle East have been calling
the shots tor a long time. Nasser was
more than predictable. He performed
like clockwork. Hi inclination to-
v.-crd Moscow was never disguised
and could not even be excused in
t.-.e highest and most santimenious
State Department circles. The bind
was so tight, they never even trie d
When Nasser last year told us to
jump into the Red Sea, the Congress
c: t.-.e United States turned righl
around and again approved its an-
nual SI30 million credit to him.
Somehow, it reminded us of the
hottest days following the Suez-Sinai
campaign wehn. bailed out of his
defeat and near-destruction by Pres-
ident Eisenhower, Nasser gratefully
declared: "May you choke on your
fury. '
As we say, Nasser is clockwork.
it was or. this basis that many Amer-
ican legislators have over the years
tried unsuc ressfully to attach riders
tc our handouts to him predicating
tr.e.r continuation or. his dedication
tc peace in the M.ddle East.
Nassers reply? The yearly S100 million
wes promptly turned into Soviet-made guns,
tanks, jet fighters, and submarines. His objects
of destruction? Not Israel, alone, but also
Scudi-Arabia. Syria. Jordan, among others.
And then, there is his unrelenting if embar-
rassingly unsuccessful war in Yemen. Again,
clockwork.
It finally appeared this week that Washing-
ton is getting the message. Perhaps it took
Soviet Premier Kosygin's visit to Egypt last
week, a ten-day occasion for message after
outrageous Nasser message of attack against
us. to get the State Department to act.
As David E Bell, head of the Agency for
International Development, summed it up for
Congress m a recent report, if Nasser likes
Soviet guns so much, let the Soviet Union
feed him. See story, Page 1-A.'
Hence the decision to se.l Israel jet bomb-
ers made in the U.S.A. Perhaps, even in Wash-
ington's terms, the balance in the Middle East
had finally begun to tip cway from us. And
now, maybe for the first time Nasser's ciock-
wock seems to be running backward.
year-long freeze during the Eisenhower Admin-
istration.
It is simply, as we said, the measure of the
man. who towered above the Israel Chief
Rabbi, his head reverently bowea to accept
the Rabbi's blessing.
Mr. Johnson's unexpected appearance at
the Committee presentation demonstrates the
kind of active participation in American Jewish
affairs that no previous President eve; prac-
ticed.
YAH Come' In Reverse
President Johnson's appearance before the
American Jewish Committee 60th annual con-
vention in Washington to accept the Com-
mittee's presentation of its American Liberties
Medallion is in line with our recent comment
here about him and Rabbi Unterman's equally
surprise appearance a? the White House.
We noted in these columns that Rabbi Unt-
erman was invited to vis : with President John-
son far more cordially ond warmly than even
David Ben-Gurion er.ioysd at the hands of
Preside:-.-. Kennedy not to mention the eight-
CJA Can Make History
With the annual meeting of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation on June 11 marking
the close of the formal phase of the 1966 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, our community has the
opportunity to make the. event truly a victory
celebration.
Less than four percent of the goal of SI
666 remains to be collected if CJA is to be able
to fulihil its pan of providing the Federation
with funds for allocation to local, nationc
overseas agencies.
The amount under consideration is SI.900
a figure representing the larg=s! sum appropri-
ated heie in this decade, and reflecting the
growing acceptance of responsibility both to
CJA and the United Fund of our general and
Jewish communities.
Now is net the time to relax our efforts.
There are still hundreds of campaign cards
uncovered. If we all pitch in together, Chair-
man Jay I. Kislak's announcement ct the Fon-
tainebleau on June 11 can indeed make history.
It can spell a great difference for our local
agencies. It can mean so much all over the
world: in Israel, Europe and hte Middle East
where Jewish refugees have already suffered
too much, and where they still face further
hardships. Our Combined Jewish Appeal mon-
ies go in all these direction: to help our
brethren. And help them, we si.
the week
,. as i see il
by LEO MINDLIN
ANY YEARS
M**- ,:AK:, a
during (he week ^JSX^v;:.:;:
me and declare i,
surprise: "Jud il
work, we thought you had a
long grey beard When people
meet me today, the
firmed in their h itial specu-
lation: there are no
I declarations of surprise. Inev-
itably, time pass,- Fa-.cv haj
caught up with fact, which occasionally leaves me with a sense
rancor and what is hopefully the unfounded feeling of having tailed
to grow.
All of which is by way of introducing my own initial and therefore
as yet unpracticed speculation about others from this
new \
point for me: about the young greybeards among us. It is a fascinating
tame tilled, perhaps, with chut/pah: but the right to such per:-
ness is presumably inherent in the advance of age. It wa- the just
concluded Democratic primaries that started the whole thin: This
is being written well ahead of Election Day. and will app-
Those who recognize themselves in it should there:
charges before they voice them that I am engaging m a 1
factotum electioneer!rig In fact, it i- not even y i-
quarterbacking.
What I have in mind, instead, is to cast some light or thi
process and the brazen sense of self some of the Candida)
Strated. Forget old Socrates, who thought a man shot
years in study before submitt-ng himself for consider/a)
Even in those days. Socrates understoood the warped
lire in their drive toward the achievement of a p..
asume that such an aspirant began at so tender an age as <
on hi* climb toward success, how much damage coulii -
to wreak upon society when he finally took over his l<
seventy' Anyway you split it. Socrates was a wise olj
IT is NOT an exaggeration that there is sometbii
adidates and their campaigns Perhaps this is whj -
movie star- increasing!} feel either inclined or im
political careers. The sane kind oi schizophrenia xi I
professions. The Democratic primaries here are a
Candidates regaled us with a complex gamut of inform at toz
themselves For example, some were proud to be Dade
idents for the past quarter of a century. A casual -
campaign photos resulted in instant shock Even exti
n promise point beyond the best darkroom rel
vhoto might be an example, jne could guess that th
ire than twentj
If we to->k the photo at :;- face, the candid,-.', i -
Nevertheless, there was the campaign titeratun
iry boast with which to contend; and at a d
best, it suggested that he arrived here fiom some other
tender age of no more than one year Never min I
of a century of "experience" in Dade affairs with wl
ml to be impressed, unless one insists upon logic 1- -l- i
we would have to be concerned with the candidati -
to the county's affairs at the age of say. two. when an -.:
running nose was the least ol his personal and
problems
In the final analysis, no one was intended to
il .. century a- a resident in Dade Coui I i .
- ol qualification i: depends upon how you Iouk a; tl
-.-nt
are, of course u it n on the theme Considei
date.- who proffered their fifteen years of
ould mean a number of things. It t ...
.;. and possibs) even questionabl
Judicial? experience
I? YOU TAKE the exl liberal view, which is
intended by som< of the candidate-, then being a law ei is
judiciary experience It l- conceivable that a man cai
e twenty-one or twenty-two Then, follow twelve or thirtei
as an attorney and, to guild the lily, possibly two or tl
eomp'.etim >r.e else's unexpired term as a consi
iiubernatoiial appointment And so the arithmetic of tl
claim balances out neatly tor a '-irevbeard of thirty--.
himself as a candidate to some higher court bench But you were
no: counted upon to tote up the figures; you were me
to sea a seasoned and experienced man of fifty or more to
se n e
Then, there were variations within this variation A co '
candidates, running for criminal posts, pointed to their x mam
as a "prosecutor." Here, you were meant to deduce SO) ^'
lutely official. But liberality once more became the n order
of the day: a trial lawyer can be prosecutor or defender nyl I
he takes a client's case to court Again, it depends upon p "
view Who will gainsay him his self-assured prosecutor's
But frivolity via age-shuffling was among the lessei '
Take, for example, the process of distinction b) associal
i expression in several way- a youngster as t a
tic industrial-real i state development
- of lai ge institutions
IT IS, of course, dear that some of these candidates
tint to thi- ex| -
ally legiti and contributions to their
: rofessions In coi cases, il was far less clea
those cases where practical teen-agi
ii sen ice as citj attoi n ;. memo* rs
> in national i .-.- in the past tena l
Hounds in the worst wi
iii.,'. they were being influenced and encouraged bj
the chief culprit- in the entire charade One thirty-ye
the temerity to vow to serve in the tradition of President
her, outdoing him, showed a photograph of himself in I
sementa being congratulated by Mr. Kennedy on so i
particularly auspicious to the candidate only, and mainly as a memen-
to All awe seemed to disappear in the failure to contrast purpose and
position in these -ad examples of distinction by association
A- I say, it was their elders at fault. For they, in their owi
seeking, aligned themselves with candidates hither and yon in the
k.nd of obvious maneuvering that showed no shame ITu-
race should have made many a Jewish community leader's ears
red with embarrassment, there were charges, counter-charges and
downright fibs. But something happens to such a large nun
our leaders in their relationships to Gentiles, be th. )
itical; and no red carpet of promise is too low upon wh.cn
All
I, of course, the final excuse: Their eiders an
fact, as well as *. \- I said at the bi
us tli right to permissiveness why should Hie
ntellectual dishonesty be exempt.'


Friday. May 27, 1966
* Jknist FBurkHam
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
'Jewish Socialite' a Wise Deduction
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
, i Mindlin's editorial on May
titled "As 1 Sec It" stated
too many .lews have them-
.,. been responsible," referring
estricted ilubs. He called them
h socialites who repeatedly
their souls tor an occasional
at these facilities. I agree
rtfcer Say these are words of
!-d( m.
A few years ago, while a di-
rector of a local organization, I
efused to attofK* its annual din-
ner, which was being held at the
Indian Creek Club. Since I am
-ot welcome as a Jew at this
club at other times, I did not
*ant "to sell my soul" on this
pecial occasion.
The officers, after learning of
feelings, apologetically agreed
if 1 would attend, no further
dinner would be held at this
estricted place. The following
.ear's affair was held at a Miami
tel. But. on the third year, the
, inner went back to the restricted
club because I was told that the
ether Jewish directors had voiced
: i objection.
To my mind, these are. as Leo
Mindlin says. "Jewish socialites
* ho sell their souls."
SIDNEY D. ANSIN, President
WCKT Television Ch. 7
Miami Beach
Now his statements are pre-
s"nre:i as reliable, and moreover
believable, Dy sensation seeking
journalists, regardless of the es-
tablished historical facts to the
contrary.
Unfortunately, his position, of
course, influenced and reflected
policy of the Roman Catholic
Church all over Europe during the
Nazi era. The tremendous moral
power of the Church in Europe was
zrcat enough to inllucncc govern-
ment policies, and even t.he Nazis
( ipected tins power and tried '<
work in harmony with the Catholic
Church.
This power was not used to -top
these atrocities which, in certain
instances, were even carried cat
by high Church dignitaries who
were practically under direct con-
trol of the Vatican
In accordance with the opin-
ion of Harold Tittman, assistant
to Myron Taylor, Roosevelt's
personal representative to the
Vatican, Pope Pius' attitude was
"conditioned in Germany" dur-
ing his many years spent there
as Cardinal Pacelli, and this was
the "controlling factor in his
behavior" toward the "final
solution" by the Germans of the
Jewish question.
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
May 6 issue states that Pope Pius
XII did his utmost to save Jews
during World War II, and even
spent his personal fortune for this
purpose. The story refers to a
Look Magazine article in which a
79-year-old retired priest. Robert
Leiber, suddenly reveals these
deeds of the Pope.
It is amazing that during all
'hese years, and especially during
ihe storm over Hochhuts "The
Deputy.-' when everything of any
.onsequence that possibly could
was dug up to defend the Pope,
.othing was heard from Robert
Leiber.
This \ iew was published in the
I s. state Department's publica-
tion under "Foreign Relations in
the United states.' sub titled "Dip-
lomatic Papers of 1042. Volume
111" along with other testimony
on this subject.
The many approaches by reprc
sentatives of governments, by
memorandums and personal inter-
ventions by nations such as Brazil,]
United States. Poland, and the
Jewish Agency that the Pope "pub-!
lically condemn" the Nazi crimes.
\vi re politely but firmly rejected
or ignored. The best answer given'
by Msgr. Montini, then the Papal
Under-secretary, now Pope Paul
VI, was that the Vatican bad to
wait until all the reports about
the extermination program of the
Nazis were verified and that, in-
deed, the reports were true. Even
then, not a word was uttered.
Prof. H. R. Trevor-Roper, a
famous historian especially of this
era. stated that "the Papacy as
an institution had favored the
growth of Nazism that neither
Hitler nor Mussolini could have
gained power without the positive
cooperation of the Papacy (and)
. that a Papal statement by the
' Pope in behalf of the Jews was
more feared by the Nazi rulers in
all the German occupied countries
than anything else, and would
have made a great difference to
the final solution."
Your efforts to whitewash
Pope Pius' activities by distort-
if-j historical facts should be
condemned. Pope John realized
these grave errors committed by
the Vatican, and as Pope Pius
XH's successor, sought to rec-
tify this attitude of the Roman
Catholic Church by initiating the
recent Ecumenical movement
toward a more humanitarian and
liberal policy for the Church.
Pope Pius XH's guilt is unc'ini-
abie and indefensible. The world
then looked to the \atican for a
voice to speak out against "h<;
Nazi crimes which most certainly
would have stopped the massicre
of the European Jews, but in the
chambers of the Vatican y
silence reigned,
MAURICE GOLDRING
Miami B*ch
EDITOR'S NOTE: Reader G k
ring's charge should al ye
condemned. He fails to d
guisfa between a news repo. >f
a prominent issue of the da IS
presented by a national maga-
zine and the editorial opini >f
The Jewish Floridian. D.:. r-
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mean its censorship.
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Friday. May 27
1966
;
Looking over a progress report of the survey committee on
Jewish education of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
are standing -left to right) Louis Schwartzman. executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish Education; and Rabbi Shimon
Azuiay and Joshua Z. Stadlan, Hebrew teachers. Seated are
Dr. Samuel Dinsky deft;, consultant of the Jewish Education
Committee of New York, and Robert P. Forman, assistant
executive director of Federation. Dr. Dinsky is associate to
Dr. Azriel Eisenberq, executive vice president of the Jewish
Education Committee of New York, who has been engaged
by the Survey on Jewish Education as its consultant.
Education Survey Resumes in Fall
Pr. Samuel Dinsky, associate
consultant of the survey commit-
tee or Jewish Education of Greater
Miami sponsored by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, return
d this week to New York after
extensive visits to various Jewish
tducational facilities in Dade
Count>
Dr. Dinsky, who is the associate
i i Azriel Eisenberg for the
Survej committee here, made in-
ion trips id numerous co:
gatii nal schools, as well as to
i Hebrew Academy ol Greater
Miami, the Hebrew High School
the O lleg< ol Jewish Studies
< i the Bureau ol Jewish Kducation.
In addition. Dr Dinsky met with
I rew School and Sunday School
tei rs to discuss witrt them cur-
programs and facilities, and
i isible improved and expanded
curricula.
David B. Fleeman, committee
chairman of the survey on Jew-
ish Education in Greater Miami,
end a member of the national
committee on Federation plan-
ning for Jewish education, said
?hat the remaining work of Dr.
Dinsky and of Dr. Eisenberg,
who is the executive chief vice
president of the Jewish Educa-
tion Committee of New York,
will be completed in the fall.
11'inn Ittee members in-
clude, in addition to Fleeman.
committee wee chairman, Joseph
i hen, Dr Sidney Besvenick, Mrs.
Dorothy Krieger Fink, Daniel Neal
i i Her, Richard Horwich, Dr. Max
I ipschitz, Bernard S. Mandler.
Mcndcll M Selig and Leonard Zil
bert.
Providing staff assistance to the
committee are Louis Schwartzman,
executive director of the Greater
Miami Bureau of Jewish Kduca-
tion. and Robert P. Forman. a-
sistant executive director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Cooperating close!} with the com-
mittee are representatives of the
Rabbinical Association of Greater
Miami and the Educators Council,
comprising educational directors
"l Pade County, synagogues and
temples
Halpern Named
PR Firm Exec.
I'lul Halpern, former public re-
lations agent tor the Metro-Miami
News Bureau, has been named an
account representative for Woody
Kcpner Associates, inc. Miami
public relation- agency,
Halpern joins the Kcpner firm
after serving five yean with the
government agency, He has been
a .sports writer for a local news
paper.
Now a Coral Gables resident.
Halpern is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School and the Uni-
versity of Miami, where he was
I active in student programs, and
tapped (or honorary fraternities
Halpern, 29. served iii the
United States Army and is a di
lector and former treasurer ol the
Armed Forces League of Miami
He lives with his wife, Eleanor,
at 30 Phoenetia Ave.
Skyhawk Bombers Going to Israel
WASHINGTON iJTAl A
State Department spokesman con-
firmed this week that the United
States has agreed to sell "tactical
military aircraft to Israel.
The plane.- were reported to be
A 4 Skyhawk attack bombers of
the type now used by Navy air
craft carriers In raid* on North
Viet Nam. The spokesman, Rob-
ert McCloskey, did not specify the
model or number of the plane- to
be provided to Israel.
H said he could confirm that
the United States had agreed to
a military sales arrangement
with Israel to include a limited
number of tactical aircraft. He
added that this decision reflect-
ed "our due regard for security"
in the Middle East. He said the
United States intention was "to
avoid a serious arms imbalance
that would jeopardize are* stab-
ility."
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nights, with theatrical, political
and sports celebrities on hand for
dinner and supper the year round.
Aft
strain!" of the United States con-
cerning military equipment supply
to the Middle East, he reminded
reporters of the '"continued mas-
sive Soviet sales of arms to cer-
tain countries in the Middle Bast
which have tended to Intensify the'
arms imbalance."
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nection between the sale of the jet
craft to Israel and similar sales to
Jordan and Saudi Arabia. He said
the Israeli transaction grew out of
legitimate defense needs ot Israel.
He said that the conditions gov-
erning the sale to Israel were the
u-ual commitments under United
Mates laws pertaining to assur-
ance that arms slill will not be
used aggressively or transferred
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the Middle East.
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HIS RANGE OF EXPERIENCE AND ACQUAINTANCESHIP IS WIDE
Xerox Chief Taking Up Jewish Helm
By SAUL CARSON
n th rican Jewish
Conn tittee hel :- annual con-
i May 12 to 15 in Washing-
Ion, ne ol th organization's
upon '' n ;i bright spot-
. i used Sol M> ron Lin-
I : is 52 ar old attorney
isini v- cutive who at
i"i- -. ritins. i- a member of th
\.k executive board.
But even his most intimate
colleagues in Jewish affairs could
|p v i 1 where they
would find the nan on any mo-
ment's notice he might be
at the VVh House, seeing
end Lyndon Johnson. He
could be at the State Depart-
v here the is chairman ol
the Department's Advisory Com-
mittee on International Organ
- He might have taken a
?couple of hour- iff to run ovet
lo i,i ttysburc I i see anot
friend. Dwighl Eisenhower Oi
ho might be. at t moment i
cupied with t [fairs ol th
lohn I Kei m Center for the
ing Ai which I i
i tee i ippointment "t
President Jol For, as Jac-
e Kenne said ret e
he not only attends all ol
. of the trustees, but he
.eallj pours ii self out.'"
Space Age Exec
Of course, h could alsi
simply attending to making a
li\ m.!;. In addit on to bein
partner in one ol the oldest an '.
most affluent law firms in his
hometown of Rochester, NY, he
happens also I i be chairman >i
the board of the Xerox Corpora
tion, a space-age company as
modem as the latest satellite on
the way to the moon.
Sol Linowitz was a gawky, 18-
year-old kid from Trenton. N J .
the SOU Ol a Polish horn mere"
ant. when he came in 1931 to
Hamilton College, an institutio
with an enrollment of under 800
students, located in a beautiful.
upstate New York town called
Clinton. He was o only Jewish
boy on the camp is then' wasn l
another Jewish studenl th
until Sol's junior year. One
ester, his dormitory root mate
was a Mormon Another season.
he shared hi- quarters with a
Catholic. Hamilton, in those
sot UNOvmz
yeai had chapel every morn
ing Sol Linow :t/ n< er cul that
iory, dail) assembly.
Didn't your very' name identi-
fy you as a Jew?' he was asked.
"I suppose so to some," he
an weied. "bin 1 never lelt the
need tor protective coloration. I
had been a Jew al home study-
ing not only through Bar Mite-
vah, but until I went out of town
to college. Perhaps unconcious
|y, l had assumed that because
oi mj pi ide in my Jewishness,
others would welcome me. I nev-
ound the reed to becloud or
to submerge my Jewishness.
"People on the campus knew
l observed Rosh Hashona and
Vmii Kippur. Thej knew thai,
when I could. Id run over to
l tica, winch is near Clinton, to
go to a synagogue or to join oth-
er Jews there in observing one
ol the major Jewish holidays.
There is no doubt in my mind
they would have disrespected me
ii i had not practiced my Juda-
ism
College Days
So Sol Linowitz stayed on at
Hamilton his mil four years,
o .ing his waj through school.
graduating as class salutatorian,
giving his speech in Latin, and
winning a speaking award in
English. Then he went on to
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Cornell University Law School,
from which he graduated at the
top of his da is in 1938 after
having been editor-in-chief of tin-
Cornell Law Review.
To put himsell through, dur-
ing his academic career, lie had
sold newspapers, waned on table.
acted as college correspondent
for a new-paper, and played in a
dance band al summer resorts
he was an accomplished violinist
al the age of 11
Linowitz appears often as a
speaker on college campuses, and
he is aware of the fears held by
some peopie who think the Amer-
ican Jew 1- "vanishing."
"Certainly." he said, "we need
n't worn- about the college gen-
eration, The verj fact that our
youth today are groping for an
swers, that it has the spirit to
he concerned, that it seeks an-
swers and speaks up. that it i~
trying that fact alone is en-
couraging. We find, today, that
llillel activities on the campuses
ha\e a far greater attraction for
our youth than ever. Our hoys
and girls find in it the spiritual
base for which the.v long
Seeking the Root
"If some of our youth are
turning away from Jewishness,
the fault is not theirs the I
fault lies in their homes They
had not been based firmlj
enough in the Jewish tradition.
The fault may not have been
the lather's. He may have been
far too concerned for his own
very survival, and the survival
of his people, having grown up
during the Depression and having
come to maturity during the war
years when .lews wondered, after
hearing about unspeakable perse-
cutions and worse, whether the
Jew had a chance of surviving
at all.
"But now. the father's sense,
of isolation exists no longer. Mo !
is an emancipated man His sons
and daughters, therefore, must
bo led to understand the relev-
ance of today's youthful seeking
to the Jewish tradition. Youth is
willing to he made aware. .Many
of the young people right now
are refusing to turn their backs
on Judaism or on Jewish tradi-
tion. They seek for that root,
that base, that link however
bumbling they may he in their
quest. They accept, and are ready
to embrace, the Jewish religion,
Jewish tradition. Jewish learn
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Linowitz practices Jewishness
in his own home. He is a mem-
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ester (Conservative). All four of
his children the family runs
to girls have been taught He-
brew The candlelighting rite on
the eve of the Sabbath is never
omitted in his home Linowitz
considers himsell and is known
bj others to he a practicing
Jew,
The man who lias been pres
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ol Commerce, and is a trustee
of the University of Rochester,
is also active in the local Jewish
Welfare Fund and in the Jew-
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As this is being written, there
is talk in some knowledgeable
circles that Linowitz may even
be put up for the Democratic
nomination as Governor ot New
York State. At the Washii
convention, the American Jew
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uppermost among his activities.
But who knows' He may be run-
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Or maybe he is lining up for
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Friday. May 27, 1955
U.S. Sells Israel 'Tactical Aircraft'
Continued from Pag* 1-A
point of resentment and outright
criticism of Nasser policies.
We are frankly tired of feeding
Egyptians to the tune of some S100
million annually, which gives Nas-
ser that much more international
credit to turn right around and
buy jet fighters and bombers, sub-
marines and missiles from the Sov-
iet Union in projected wars against
Israel and other Arab countries
In addition to Nassers failing
war in Yemen, where Nasser has
kepi some 40.000 Egyptian troops
for the past several years against
high U.S. official wishes. Nasser
continues his warlike moves
against Jordan and Saudi-Arabia.
As in the past, the State De-
partment explained early this
week that the sale of the aircraft
to Israel was "to help keep sta-
bility" in the Middle East, partic-
ularly in the light of unrelenting
Nasser purchases of war niateriele
from Moscow. Declared a State
Department official:
"This decision reflects our due
regard for security in the Middle
East, our wish to avoid serious
Drive for Building Fund Campaign
Temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood Opens
mint Abrams. Dr. Julian J.
Blitz. Ben Salter and Jack Sha-
piro have been appointed general
cam) sign chairmen of a new
building fund campaign drive to
raist $425.00). it was announced
b> Curt J. Schleimer, president of
Ti le Beth Sholem of Hollywood.
Initial plans call for the con-
struction of new classrooms, a
large and spacious social hall, gen-
eral offices, and a new library and
youth lounge.
Tmple Beth Sholem and Jew-
Isl Youth Center was constructed
on its present site. 1725 Monroe
St.. Hollywood, 14 years ago.
Today, with a larger number
of family members, "we are
factd with the problem of meet-
ing the needs of a growing Jew-
ish community in Hollywood,"
president of the congregation.
Curt J. Schleimer, stated.
I hi Morton Malavsky. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholem.
said that "for some time now. we
ha.t needed larger and more ade-
quate facilities to meet the needs
o: 1 ur growing community. Con-
til ,1 membership growth, num-
btr.'S at present close to 300 fam-
ilies, with the needs of our Re
ligj js School building necessity
Ins a waiting list in the Nur.-en
Bl Kindergarten Departments, it
is \ ith a sense of pride that our
drtcTis are reaching fruition."
Serving in a leadership capacity
of the campaign organization are
honorary chairman. Joseph Cohen:
honorary vice chairmen. Milton
Bernstein. Mrs. Rose Brody, Morris
Goldstein, Joseph Handshu. Mrs.
' Helen Liebson, Lawrence Meyers,
Mrs. Man- Spiers, and Ix-onard Zil-
bert.
Campaign chairmen are Dr. A
H. Bluestone. Jack Dresnick. W.il
' ter Gray. Dr. Herbert Heiden. Jos
eph Sternberg and Dr. Raymond
Theodore: campaign vice chairmen.
! Dr. Milton Abarbanel. David
Greenberg, David M. Harris. Jack
Hockman. Fred Klein. Hy Levitan,
Manuel Solomon.
Hyman Rosen is campaign treas-
urer. Leadership gifts chairmen
are Dr. Clarence Cohen. Dr. Sey-
mour Dunn, Dr. Milton Graditor,
Abraham Gurman, Nathan Kas-
pin. Dr. Bret Lusskin. Dr. Louis
Novak. Abraham J. Salter. Samuel
Stern and Morris Yankow.
Advance gifts chairmen are Mil-
ton M Klier. Dr. Samuel Meline.
Curt J Schleimer and Irving H.
Zuckerman.
arms imbalances that would jeop-
ardize area stability and our gen-
eral restraint as to military equip-i
merit supplied to that area
No details were immediately
available of the sale, but reliable
spokesmen recall Israel Foreign
Minister Abba Eban's recent visit
in Washington and his protracted
meetings With high government
officials here
The change in policy repeat-
edly points to U.S. experience
since the end of World War II,
during which Washington has
given some $173.5 million in di-
rect economic aid to Egypt,
about S900 million in grain and
food products, S47.8 million in
long-term bank loans and $11
million in other types of eco-
nomic assistance.
Egypt's response, for the most
part, can best be symbolized bj
President Nasser's addresses dur-
ing Kosygin's 10-day \isit which
' came to a formal close early la.-t
week. In them. Nasser repeatedly
scored American "imperialist mil
itarism" in South Viet Nam. and
vowed not to permit the spread of
capitalism in the Middle East a
veiled threat against Israel.
Add to this the forthcoming visit
of Red China's Premier Chou En
, lai to Cairo, and there seems am-
ple reason for American disillus-
ionment
David E. Bell, chairman of the
Agency for International Develop
ment. has warned Congress that
S55 million in commodities under
the Food for Peace program had,
gone to Egypt during the first six
months of fiscal 19(i(i
"The U S. had made it clear
that future levels of assistance
depend on the maintenance of ac-
ceptable relations between tin-
two countries, as well as improved
economic performance and sell
help."
Observers are wondering about
the effectiveness of the warning
particularly in view of the ef-
forts by many Congressional lead-
ers during the past two or three
years to tie U.S. aid to Nasser to
these stipulations: that he abandon
his warlike threats in the Middle
East, not only against Israel, but
other Arab nations: that he be
penalized tor any endeavor that
can be interpreted as "racist" or
genocide-inspired.
These efforts were brushed
aside in the past as "Zionist-
inspired" by high State Depart-
ment advisors, who stemmed the
tide by declaring that such
"threats" would categorically
sweep Nasser into the Soviet
orbit and out of our reach.
But Bell has now suggested
Congress that there is a parai,,f
between intnnsigtnt Nasser r\
Fidel Castro during the ELjg
Khrushchev confrontation ow-
Soviet missiles in Cuba. His
ing is that if Nasser wants Sovi
guns, then let the Soviet L'ni
also feed him. m
But Moscow has. herself had I
buy food on the international ma-
ket during the past few years mi
own sales of grain to Russia lav-
year being a notable example T
boot. Cuba is a tremendous drain
on Soviet resources, being harel
self-sufficient these days \i
Egypt to Russia's strained inte
national aid problem-, and
cow. as Bell sees it. mighl
have to buy even more wheal
before
All of which seems I .
to some measure the
agreement to sell jet
Israel.
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Miarn. Beach Mayor Elliott Roosevelt congratulates Com-
mander Maurice Weinman, of Miami Beach Post 330, Jewish
War Veterans, on his installation for a third term in office.
Commander Weinman was also awarded a life membership
by his post. Presentation was made by past national com-
mande:. Daniel Neal Heller.
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legislation passed in time to turn '
Over the guns to the school prior
to the celebration."
Defense Department officials
dismissed as irrelevant a press
query into the propriety of return-
in;; Nazi weapons that might have
killed American soldiers It was
pointed out that German artillery
was admired from a technical point
of view. "Emotional or political
considerations are not in our de-
partment." said an officer. Ik-
added that U.S. troops are today
working closely with German J
forces in NATO
The House committee adopted
the bill, H.R. 11980, and the
matter now goes before the full
house. The purpose of the legis-
lation is to donate the weapons
for display in the German Artil-
Sraduation Topic
Spiritual Heroes'
Rabbi Arnold M. Richter. edu-
cation director. Young Israel of,
Greater Miami, has announced that
on Sunday. May 29. 8 p.m.. the
synagogue will graduate its first;
five year program students.
In 1965. after modest beginnings
in one room, with additional class
es in local public schools. Young!
Israel took its first major step j
toward the completion of its full
educational program with the ded-
ication of the Max and Hose Co-
hen school building
In the two-story, air-conditioned,
fully-equipped building, close to
200 children attend the three
school departments, with almost
100 more in the youth and extra-
curricular activities.
Theme of the commencement
exercises is "Great Spiritual Her-
oes Throughout the Centuries."
Graduates Scott Gartner and
Joseph Shwake will deliver the
valedictory and salutatory ad-
dresses, and a special message will
be offered by Barbara Jafie in
honor of her Bas Mitzvah.
Other members of the graduat-
ing class include Marc Horn.
Handy Wold. Barry Stark. Stanley
Whitman and Larry Weiner.
The student body will receive
promotions and scholastic achieve
ment awards.
Gobies Insurance
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Nationwide recognition was re-
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Company, 221 Miracle Mile (oral
Gables, through hi* nomination to
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The Honor Roll, an annual tra-
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made up of one field representa-
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According to the committee "a
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in 1954. It authorized the Army
to donate some captured German
paintings of Australian troops to
the Australian War Memorial in
Canberra. This "precedent" was
cited by Secretary of the Army
Stanley R. Resor. who urged the
committee to accede to German
wishes for return of the trophies.
Last year, at about this time,
the U.S. Ainu decided to ban
celebrations of the 20th annivers-
ary of V-E day by American pers-
onnel in West Germany lest Ger-
man sensibilities be offended.
The U.S. Army's mission in
West Germany is to cooperate
closely with the new German
army to defend freedom. German
forces are today regarded as the
most powerful and reliable Europ-
ean component of NATO. Many of
today's German elite a high
percentage of senior non-commis-
sioned officers and virtually all
commissioned officers above the
rank of major served under
Hitler. The U.S. Army sees no
point in recalling the days of
May, 1945, which Germans found
unpleasant.
Delta Phi Epsilon
Elects Officers
At Theatre Party
Mrs. Edward I'astroff assumed
the presidency of the Greater
Miami Alumnae Association of
Delta Phi Epsilon at a luncheon-
theatre party on Saturday at the
Coconut Grove Theatre.
Other leaders installed for
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Arnold. Mrs. Saul Cohen. Mrs. Wil-
bur Wishnei. and Mrs. Joel Kais-
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?age 10-A
vJewisl fh>ridcir
Friday, May 27, 196c
JWV Awards
Go to Hialeahns
Two
LEGAL NOTICE
izenstaip" during four aronovitz. sii.vrh ......,,
1 aii..hi, > k for i rn i. .1... .
years. sot ,\ini<-j n
area hi"h school seniors
iave been chosen by Hialeah
Miami Springs Jewish War Vet-
erans l'ost 681 as best exempli
Eying the qualities of American-
ism and cit
high school
Chosen government bond recip-
ients were Miss Florence Keiulrick.
2334 W. 4th Cl v. inner at Miami
Springs High School: and Miss
Piana L. Stover, 7390 W 12th
\\e. representing Hialeah High
School.
Bach year, a male or female
student in either Hialeah or Mi-
ami Springs High School Is hen
ied with this award, said William
Sydeman, adjutant _____^^
LEGAL NO.i
II it
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'OTICK IS HERRHY (1IVKN
ih,- under-dr-ned, .i. ,,..
in L i-.n. i ,,,'
..I r.n.i.u:s TIIUII T SH,"
a N W s.,.,,,1 Av.
Ida, h ti n in n h
,i,i, Hi. Her* ,
l lade ounl r*li rida.
I.'OHA I. .h 'li \>, ,\
3abbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, spiritual leader, interest in the congregation." Left to right are
md Rev. Jacob D. Katz, president of Beth Rev. Kalz and Rabbi Rackovsky; Joseph Med-
Tfilah Congregation, present a plague to the off, financial secretary; Norman Kaplan, hon-
rresidents of the congregation "in recog- orary life president; Isidor H. Kramer, honorary
iition of their devoted service and continued life president; Louis Ciment and Jack Ciment.
-
Jews Deplore Swastika Rap
Continued from Page 1-A
it had paid heavj reparations
1 Israel and that there was no
t idence that the dauber was a
'. Titian
Maurice Porter, chairman of the
J >ard of Deputies, said in the
- itemenl to Pie Transvaler, that
j was to lie "regretted" that the
bbi had made such statements,
j rtlculai'b that the offender was
German lie said that even if
was true, "it would be .i ser-
i us mj;i>tiee on that ground to
<. ndemr 'hr group as a whole for
. e misdeeds of one of its individ
il members He added that
I ibhi PoupkO spoke to his con-
. egation and not on behalf of
fc uth African Jewrj
Rabbi Poupko said that if he
I ad known his sermon was be-
ng taped by a reporter, he
-vould have objected. He said
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his sermon had to be assessed
in the light of the outrage to
the synagogue "and the hateful
memories associated with the
swastika."
He added that his words were
not aimed at those who had shown
Signs of penitence and made rep
arations, -but against the spirit
of German Nazism as it is relict
tably manifested m neo-Nazi cit
cles."
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Friday. May 27. 1966
*Jenisf> fhrkUan
Page 11-A
We 've NoA-Weapons: Eshkol
IER1 SALEM (JTA) Prem-
,, Levi Eshkol declared in Parlia-
,ui,l this week that Israel did not
have atomic arms and would not
i. (he first to introduce SUC-h
ons in the Middle East.
The Prime Minister's statement.
in political debate, included
,n urgent appeal to the major
- to take action to prevent
Ihe introduction of such weapons
area It was also in effect
comment on recent threats by
.i;t Nasser of Egypt that
I uld start a preventive war
I Israel or besin developins
Nuclear weapons because Israel is
I dlj planning such arms.
The Premier accused Nasser
lof frying to "deceive the world
and divert attention from the
berils of existing aggressive
Lrms" in the region by talking
Ibout nuclear weapons "which
|o no* exist in our region." He
iid that a joint big power state-
ment of policy of absolute de-
Irmination to respect the terri-
Iri.il integrity of states in the
lea would be a "signal con-
Ibution" to peace. He urged at
e reciprocally supervised
gional limitations of arma-
ts.
Premier also discussed the
k I upsurge of Aral) terrorist
and said that Israel had con
elusive evidence that the main
nitiative for the El Fatah com
'nando incursions came from Syria
lie reiterated Israel's determina
lion to defend its people and is
Hied a similar warning to Jordan
whose regular forces, he said, had
recently been shoot>nq to kill
across the armistice lines
Giving special attention to Is-
rael's relations with world Jewry,
he noted that only 4.0(10 iiiinn
grants had come annually from the
"affluent countries'' since estah
lishment of the state and called
this a "disturbing figure." lie -aid
Israel must search lor new ways
to attract Jewish settlers from
those countries and must provide
better facilities tor immigration
and absorption, Israel must also
remove bureaucratic obstacles to
such immigration, he added
The Premier also disposed of a
Communist faction motion \<< en
jo'n the Government from retali-
ating against Syria bj military
means. The motion was proposed
during debate on ,1 Syrian attack
during the week in which I o
Israelis were killed. The I'atalMi"-
nccurred when then jeep hit a
land mine near Almagor The
Premier told the tl that
when all milder methods i.. | !>
hall ih" murders a country must
act." The motion wa- defeated 04
to four Parliament accepted the
Premier's request that the is-ur
be referred to the Foreign Affair:
and Security Committee.
Tension mounted when army
investigators reported that the
mine had been planted by Syr-
ian army troops and not by El
Fatah commandoes. The investi-
gation indicated that three
Syrian army men infiltrated the
area from a Syrian military base
near the border.
The army also announced that
earlier in the week Syrian piloted
MIG-21 jets flew over Almagor and
returned to Syria before Israeli
jet fighters could engage them
Israel filed complaints about the
overflight and the mine-laying
with the Syrian-Israeli Mixed Ann
istice Commission.
Israel also submitted a com
plaint at the United Nations to th-
Security council on the Syrian ac-
tivities, calling the Almagor inci
dent "a gross violation" of the rorlate" with the unreserved pu
Syrian-Israeli armistice agreement lie backing of the Government i
Michael Comay, Israels permanent Syria'' had carried out 47 acts i
representative at the UN, noted violence ayainsl Israel since 11
in the complaint that "hired ter- start of 1965.
e Still Consider
asser Plea for Aid
HINGTON (JTA) Sec
|of State Dean Rusk told a
inference here this week
United states was con-
l1o study Egyptian requests
raid despite Egyptian President
*s continuing criticism of
rican policy.
lid the requests were being
ta^ainst the background ol
situation and that he
pant to anticipate the re-
ie study.
^^^bckurounil included Senate
s by two Senator-. Ev-
ening, Alaska Democrat,
lb .lav its. New York Ke-
Ends Season
Sunday Meet
I Social Club of Miami
its last meeting of the
season on Sunday. 2 p.m.,
[August Hall of Congrega
El.
\ and dancing by profes
entertainers are on the
Plans for summer outings
^g formulated.
Garrison is president of
publican, strongly assailing Nas-
ser. Sen. Gruening said it was
"amazing that the United states
continued to help Egypt carry on
reckless militarism in Yemen as
well as to carry on other aggres-
sive policies and acts in every waj
hostile to the purposes of the
United States." He said United
States aid should be cut olf now.
Sen JavitS announced he had
asked the state Department to
make a public report on the
status ot Egypt's aid application
and to state the official United
States response to Nasser's recent
anti-American blackmail and
threats."
Hi- said United States assistance
should not be allowed to subsidize
\assi r's war machine.
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*Je*ist) FkridHur
Friday, May 27
196F
ervices
J his LAJcehend
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION NASO
The priest blesses the people in accorr'r-.ce with
instruction.
AGUD
6^05
V >
Mine hX i
AG JO A
O'tho
Lcmbardy Feutel,
|EL. 78dVc<1yle Ave.
isaat E.v,
AHAVAT S H A L O V "WAnOREGA-
TICN 985 SW 67th Ave Oorthodox.
Cantor "flT^g-rr
ANSHE
Cons*
pr
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ib ytVffv, 2533 *f ,9,n Ave-
srr*/.ftive. ni.inur Kusheiwitx.
CANDtEllGHTlNG TIME
8 Sivcm 6:51 p.m.
Col
mia
ins Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nah
I^BBIH"-! ,r' .n:liu rtnn
jresident. ,
IETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Col
tfvatnia Binr- c >' btndau. Ca.itfl
William W. Lioson.
I i.iiv,i, in llwUn
S, h i "': : .. ;i ni Ma|
>:'*CrsfT >" The j-rvjrah l.ei
Mill I hAvuTtS M|
lrih**Pfir* T.u.^!^u,,M Min
* J'.ITI.
BETH EL1^ s8P5*v tm Ave. Orthe-
oox. Rabbi Solomon SchHf
)' Saturday '4
Bel -^t^f*X ..!...' lie I'OUnleuS
ii in
1?* Sr'
BETH ISR>EL. 7W -"un St. Ortho.
dox. RabbliBsYel Wein.
Prlday .: :.. i 9 :u.
>. i .11. .-- '

BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Qaritor Maurice M.imches.
BETH KOffESH. 11C1 SW 12th *v.
Modern.. Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shaping- Cantor Benjamin Ben AH.
:'i..> .vV ** in. S.rmvn: "A l-oitg
Summi r rYn'-.f! 5 p.iti "Portion of
Law." K.ID _Tli. .- iirpm. S.iirl-
flee."
ETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor '
Seymour Hinkes.
Friday B!lS p.m. Sermon: "C*nnve-*" J
tion Reports.' Once Shabbat hosted;
by Sisterhood. Saturda> s:4.', a.m. i:a |
Mii7\a!i: Dennlx, son of Mrs. Joan
Mnyi r.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
---- ----
BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
cchitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
Fi-idny SltS and s.l". l-.m. 11ns Mits-
vah: .lam... daughter of Mrs Anne
Kiven Saturday s.-48 a.m. liar Mitz-
vah: Steven. .n of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Goldman: Paul fDauhut, won
of Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Plotkin.
Minolta fi p.m.
B'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
Kridn> B.lfi p.m. Graduation and con-
firmation Sabbath Sermon: "The
Knowledge- of the Loni Baturday
Bar fttjtsvan Stuart, son of Mr. and!
Mr* Renjamln Kabn.
AMI. '24: Washinptcn A\e. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Dov Rn2ercv.eig.
----
FLAGLER GRAN ADA. 5C NW 51st
PI. Conservative. Rabbi Dav.d Ros-
enfelo Cantor George Gn:c!berg.
i Ida) i : \r. Sat 'i-'1 '
-- e
FT. LAUDERDALE JEWISH C N
,, TER. 547 .- Oakland Park Blvd.
Conservative Charlu Dickson. pres-
ident. Dr. Jack L. Morris, cantor.
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FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. "8C1
S. Andrews Ave Reform Rabbi
Richard M. Levitcn. Cantor Jerome
Klement.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
*9th A e Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan.
Prldaj e p.m Saturdaj II .i m Set
in..n "Now thai the Nam.- Callli
... ... ;> iii
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con
cxlivt. iU^O NE 18Jru St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabhi Samuel R. Stone
Cantor Maurice Neu.
Fi a\ vl. p.m. Confirmation s.n;. i
Satui da] a.m I lar W Itsvah Leo
Ma ^ .- -ii art <: ni.i r- Sermon:
nii;.;iv l,e>- .n |..r tse .Subbulh
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
t)r>i So. Miami. rieform. Rauo>
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
Frl la) m Sermon: "What (Juili
..... Ma > ix>." Baa Mitavah:
i.i a. aaughtei .-i Mr. and Mra Jaoa
a) li. i.. a. 'i. I.a.
ford, son of Mr. and
Mrs. .Murray Tall, Dennis, son of I >r
"Ye shall bless the children of Israel. \t shall -
them: The Lord bless thee, and keep thee" V


HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
410 E. Beach Blvd. Rev. Paul
Deutsch.
Frldav S Ii Sei 'Prayer temple
Ha* Alw .i Reen I l< sral Pan
lh< Ji n -' ': l| Ion >ne Shab-
Bted bj MiB. Max Malnd and
Mrs Jai k Barsky.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. uonservai.vv
Kauoi rv.urion Maiavsky, Uuntor Er
nest Sterner.
BETH EL OF HOLLY
vvOOD. 1J51 S. 14th Ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross.
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
Mini ha >'. SO p m.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201]
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi *
David Shapire. Cantor Yehudah TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. 1545
Jefteison Ave. Conservative. Cantor I
Saul H. Breeh.
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TEMPLE BETH SHIPAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi ,
Morns Skop.
NASO The number of Levites betweei
of a?e eligible to worship and minister in thi Ii
was 8.580. All those persons considered unclei
cause they were lepers, or had a discharge, or had to
corpse were expelled from the camp Thereaftei
regulations affecting adultery and the Nazirites: and thi >uni
of the various offerings made by the princes (: .
the tabernacle was finally constructed.
Thl$ recounting of the Weekly Portion ot the Law i$ er
tracted and based upon "The Graphic History ot the Jewiih
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publishe' ii
Shengoid, and the volume is available at 27 W .am St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of tne society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
We Must Give Them
Meaningful Sacrifice
i,
Heilbraun.
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th
St.. Homestead. Conservative.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW ?Sth
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
L. Drazin. Cantor Louis Cohen.
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 Lehrf.rid
Cantor Abraham Self.
LUBAVITCHER MINYAN. SOS Wash
mgton Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abra-
ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field.
MINYONAIRES C O N G R E O ATION.
1737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
Ave. Lirif ai Nitiiii Leon Kronisn.
Cantor David Conviser.
Prlaai p..,. p.iu. Mumon: "I* the
Mirarle of ("o-Kxii-leru'*' on i nir I'lan-
>-, ruasibii baturaa] 10:45 a.m. Bar
Mltsvaii: Jonain.ni, eon ot Dr. and
Mrs, William Kaufman; Jeffrey S.i
aon k< .\ir. and ..irs. Mmut. K<.bln-
>.ii. Jeffrey -Aiaui, son ol .Mi-, banora
Smith anu the iati- 1'aul Smith.
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M
Machtei. Cantor Abraham Reiseman.
TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW Sti,
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Z.
Olixman.
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
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surveyors came to a hilly region
in the western Galilee astride the
AcraSafad highway. Thus, with-
out such ceremony, work was be-
uun on bffcdJfiJ!.,'aI"oew town in
the Galilee-Carmiel. Several weeks
ago. the [ates" of the new town
wei id.
The (n.-mony ;it Carmiel was
nment minis-
ai i . ded
1 wen
Ministei oi Housing
.-aid thai bj 1970 Carmiel would
ha\c 10.000 inhabitants. Today
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center in which 50.000 persons
will reside.
In his word of greeting, Prime
Minister Levl Eshkol said that
, Carmiel would be a blessing to all
inhabitants of the Galilee Jews,
Arabs and Druze. With these
words, the Prime Minister sought
to placate the residents of the
villages of the minorities near
miel
mg the the cel-
ebrations were 200 dignitaries
from the surrounding Arab and
Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Aoier.
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday a.m. Ser-
mon. "Weekly Portion of the tslbie."
Annual bsvccaiaurale service In honor
01 Miami Beach Senior liu-'ii gradu-
ating class, vwih Suit Moore, Mi.sH
principal, extending Brselinss bai
Mitzvah: 8enn< l, son Of Mr. and
Airs, sanfi.ra 1....11-. Sheldon, son ..:
Mm. Bdith Duunn. Mlnchu 6:4S p.m.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml-
AMI. Ia7 ML lstn St. rtelorm. Raooi
Joseph R. Narot.
---- ----
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR.
3500 SW 69th Way. Conservative.
Rabbi Irwm Cutler.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Do JeWI
Uelle\e in Goil "
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TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per.
FTida} 8:15 p.m, Temple Youth Group
wiii i onuuet servioes, with David
Hecht delivering the sermon.
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owita. Cantor Nico Feldman.
------e
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April.
Frin. m. Oni ;- Shabbal h..-t. m
by congregation In honor of Rabbi and
Mrs. Samuel April Saturday v 1". n ni
Bar Mltsvah: David .-..n of .Mr. and
.Mrs. Joseph l'e: lman.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
Temporary office 1820 NE 164tn &t.
Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy.
Cantor Chet Gale.
Friday >>:15 p.m. Servio.s conducted
by confirmation class 1966, Sermon:
1.. t- stop Mnkinr a Molehill out
of this Mountain." Saturday 11 a.m.
Ma-, aiitsvan: busan, iiauhter ol .Nlr.
and .Mr- Maurice Swift Weekend
services will ho held nt Washintlon
Federal, 969 NE 167th St.
---- ----
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E.
4th Ave.. Hla'eah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Friday : p.m. Confirmation and!
graduation service* --- i' l be conducted
by th. Hebrew School Graduate)
Saturday 9 a.m.
. -----
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamca Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell ltr.
ger. Cantor Ben Oickson.
" 'i.i' is 1 in s< i iiH.ii "Portion
of the \V. k ''
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TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd. Con.
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservatve. Rabbi Henr>
W-rnick.
I
with .

the Wi
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YOUNG ISRAEL, oqo NE '7'st St
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 Washington Ave, Rabbi Naf-
tali Porush
MBB7 )Affl
By DR. SAMUEL Z. JAFFE
Hollywood Beth El
This coming Monday, America
will observe Memorial Day. Many-
will visit the grave sites of be
loved departed
who have fallen
in battle and
pay tribute to
them who gave
their all in de-
: fense of liber-
' ty. Still others,
wherever they |
may be. will
pause to reflect
solemnly and
reverently upon
the irrevocable
sacrifices that
have been made by our honored
dead in behalf of our democratic
way of life.
This year. Memorial Day has
even greater relevancy for all of
us and will take on a more pro
! found personal poignancy for
! many families newly-bereft be-
' cause of the ravishes of the war
in Viet Nam. Throughout the
. country, memorial prayers will be
j recited, tributes will be spoken,
and wreaths laid in loving mem-
ory of dear ones.
Memorial Day is a day of re-
membering. We recall our dear
i ones, their vigor and vitality, the
richness and warmth of their love
and friendship which added an-
; other dimension to our lives. But
a remembrance that leaves no
message to cherish is vain and
devoid of lasting significance.
Sacred Task
We. the living, therefore have
a sacred task to keep faith with
those who fought and died on far-
flung fields of battle and to In-
vest their heroic death with im-
mutable meaning. Certainly, in any
of the wars in which our country
was engaged, not every fallen
youth fully understood the larger;
meaning of the tragic spilling of j
his life's blood But it is for us
to understand and know. And in
such understanding, we keep faith
with them. What they died for was
freedom. They made the supreme
sacrifice on behalf of the common
man. Only by completing their un-
finished tasks and fulfilling their
unrealized hopes for a better so-
ciety and nobler humanity can we
have the assurance that they have
not died in vain.
to ani-
rom u>
stablish
) keep
hope which must contir.
mate our lives and eli<
the strongest r< solve t
peace, if we are trul;
faith with our fallen he lei and
their deaths are to be ivested
with meaning.
Give Death Purpme
Speaking for the Yo. ;. Dead
Soldiers." Archibald MacLeish de-
clares: "Our deaths are it ours.
they are yours. They II mean
what you make them. Whether our
lives and our deaths .ere for
peace and a new hope, or for noth-
ing, we cannot say. It i- m who
must say this. We leate ou our
deaths. Give them their '.ining.''
Arson Cases
Start New
MP Debates

Rabbi Speaks
LONDON OTA 1 -i
sistcnt questioning by M
Parliament. Attorney I
Klwyn Jones said in th--
Commons thi.- week thai
tion was being given !
further criminal pi
should be started in I.
cent rash of arson attae-
agogue.s
The deputies question
torney General about a -
son trial, in which fo
members of the Knti-:'
.-'ocialist Party were
charges ot setting fires :
agogues.
The questions conce
dence by the prosetutu
trial, during the first
April, that Mrs. Colir
wife of the British rteo-ft
er, had encouraged so-
defendants to burn d>
agogues.
Reginald Freeson, a 1
declareel that members
Nazi group, "together
Fascists and anti-immi
ganizations. had in the
months or more, been
arson, violence and ei
against the Jewish an
members of the comnii-
Sir Elwyn noted thai
dan was currently oub:
lsdiction of British polic
nbers i'i
oral Sir
House of
.nsidera-
vhether
leeedings
lion's re>
>n >yn-
: the At-
s.'ent ar-
former
Vational
%hx1 on
a o s) n-
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- at the
--ek o
.ordan,
iti lead-
, of the
-n syn-
, vir MP,
he neo-
other
{rani or-
20
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- death
lored
. Jor-
'he jur
In the face Of the stark realities
of our present world, how remote
indeed is the promise of the joy
ous da) envisioned by the prophet,
a promise which must have stirred
the hearts of our fallen soldiers
"Thej -hall dwell in safety, every
man under his vine and fig tree,
and none shall make them afraid ''
And yet it is this promise and
ThU pagi
operate
ami K..i
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spiritual '''
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Friday, May 27. 196S
*Jewish fhrtcttan
Page 13-A
Gov. Leader and Histadrut Official Will
Speak fo Greater Miami Assembly June 7
porn Gov. ot Pennsylvania
Leader will be principal
I a Greater Miami As-
<, nl.h : r the American Histadrut
Development Foundation on Tues-
evtning, June 7. at the Fon-
laineblea i Hotel.
Jacol ntkin. of Miami Beach,
chairman of the event, said that
Dr. Sol Stein, executive director
of the Na:ioiuil Committee for La-
bor Israel, will join Gov. Leader
a- .1 principal speaker.
The Assembly will mark the fifth
jnniveEsary of the Histadrut,
sties, which was launched
the aid of the late I
j Lesowoder. Rabbi Leon1
! id other Histadrut sup-
porters
in U period, the Foundation
ha.- .i : -v commitments," Rifkin
n announcing the June 7
This sum will provide
..ids for the many health.
i cultural institutions of
which serve the vast
i the population of Is-1
said.
o
>3BI III A. BOHNfN
Lakeside
IAI PARK
AND
GARDEN MAUSOLEUM
"THE SOUTH'S
MOST BEAUTIFUL
JEWISH CEMETFRY"
Guoianteed Perpetual Care fund
N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE.
TU 5-1689
I Rifkin explained that the Foun-
dation's programs range from sim-
ple wills and bequests to annuities
and life income funds.
"Substantial donors may have
their names linked in perpetuity
with the Histadrut institutions they
sponsor," he explained. "Another
, jeneliciary of the American
Histadrut Development Founda-
tion is the Histadrut scholarship
| -und. which helps some 3.000
i youngsters in the academic and
vocational nigh schools of Israel
, annually.''
Rabbi Leon Kronish is honorary
I chairman of the June 7 function.
Others on the sponsoring commit*
! tee are Morris New-mark, trea-
surer: Mrs. Anna Bicnner Meyers,
co-chairman; Sam Feinstein, pres-
ident. Israel llistadiut Committee
of Greater Miami: Sam Lachman.
secretary; Abraliam Rovinsky,
chairman of the Labor Zionist Di-
visit and Mrs. Jennie Grossinger,
\!:s Trudy Eiamerschlag, Abra-
liam Grunhut, Marvin Cooper, and
Moshe Berman, executive director
f the Greater Miami Histadrut.
Rebbi Bohnen
Named to Head
Conservatives
By Special Report
TORONTO -- The Rabbinical
Assembly last "weekend closed its
66th annual convention here, the
first such meeting of the interna-
tional rabbinic grcup ever held
outside of the United States. More
than 500 o; the 800 Rabbinical As-
sembly members participated in
the convention sessions. Final ses-
sion v as a homiletics workshop,
conducted by Rabbi Jack Reimer,
spiritual leader of Beth Abraham
Synagogue. Dayton. O.
The closing banquet of the con-
vention was held at Beth Tzedec
Congregation, Toronto, and was
followed by a special convocation
of the Jewish Theological Semin-
ary of America, honoring the 22
members of the Rabbinical As-
sembl> who presently serve Cana-
dian regations. At the con-
I vocation, the honorary degree of
Doctor of Laws was conferred up-
on Lester B. Pearson, Prime Min-
ister of Canada, by Dr. Louis
Finkelstein, Seminary chancellor.
The convocation elected Rabbi
I'.li A Bohnen, Temple Emanu-El,
Providence, R. I., to a one-year
term as president of the Rabbini-
cal Assembly. Rabbi Bohnen, who
has been vice president of the or-
ganization for the past two years,
in bis new post succeeds Rabbi
Max J. Routtenberg, of Congrega-
1 tion B'nai Sholom
GOV. GEORGE LEADER
DR. SOI STEIN
r-
y^jeraon jf-itncrnt <-JlOrtn
373-5533
Em vni'ei i -is /, .
H.\Rm Gordon
Ike Gordon
j^mi s b. c> '.'on
^fjctter JItan Cjreat AVjc/ics.
ii\r: 190} 1964
s^'llcn /vciimi'ii with Llr.
Rabbi Sounds
Ecumenical Note
Continued from Page l-A
bly, the association of Conservative
rabbis, at its first meeting outside
of the United States. Dr. Heschel
warned that "parochialism has be-
come untenable. Jews and Chris-
tians alike share the same perils
and fears. It is no longer safe for
Jews to cultivate aloneness and
uniqueness, to refrain from shar-
ing either perplexities or certain-
ties with Christians."
Spiritual betrayal on the part
of any one group effects the
faith of a"! the world's be'iev-
ers. Dr. Herschel said. "For all
the profound differences in per-
spective and substance, Judaism
is sooner or later affected by
the intellectual, moral and spir-
itual events within the Christian
society, and vice versa," Dr. Hes-
chel said.
"We must choose between in-
terfaith and inter-nihilism.'' the
Jewish scholar told his listeners,
praying for each other's health and
in helping one another to pre-
serve our respective legacies,
therefore, we are preserving a
common legacy of faith." he said.
At an earlier session of the
convention. Elie Wiesel. prize-win-
ning i author and a survivor of I
Nazi concentration camps, indicted
world Jewry "for abandoninj; the
2.500.000 Jews of the Soviet Un-
ion."
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Friday. May 27.1965
Browsing With Books: By HUARY MINDUN
Book by Dr. Narot: Alloy of Heart, Mind
DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT, senior rabbi of Temple brae]
since 1960s Mas written a Hrst book, "For Whom Hie
ibbi Speaks* (Rostrum Books, $1.65), a short collection
articles and uwuii.n, grouped in so interesting a way
al each piece, withm a group extends and comments
on its companions, and the groups themselves are
levanl to each other Not that one should he surprised
such cohesion, except that it is rarely scon Most col
lions re random. loosely tied, if at all some pieces
igly startling, hut the hone- of their choice showing;
i> one carried by wit; that one borne alolt on a bit of
-dinn anntrtfr ton flimsy in concept to Stand alone.
Istered with a ponderous erudition.
Not fiabbr Narot s selections Again, one should not
siiipris'eVI, for his is -inch the most unrandom of
inds. a fact to which a recent wkat radio discussion
. i\e delightful display, where Rabbi Narot and three
her clergymen tackled the "God is dead" solipsism
a theological shocker which is doing more to revitalize
linn than any ol His aliveness could; it's a blasphemy,
of course, and all blasphemies are rooted deeply In faith,
and a paradox, as well; all paradoxes spur the intel-
lect While the other clergymen floundered, trapped in
the verbal quicksand (there seem to he times when Logos
is. indeed. God'. Rabbi Narot stepped over the semantic
trick and went Straight to the issues: evenly, warmly, and
gracefully. Gracefully, like steel
Indeed, one of the joys of Dr. Narot'S book is the
clean cut of his thinking. "Let us list the forces that bring
us to our faith." he writes, for example Sentiment, mem-
ory, reverence, halm, guilt." But this is a most un-
sentimental view, almost harsh in its clear-eyed honesty.
in its acknowledgement of the weight of emotional forces
over the intellectual ones. And it is preciselj tins
most human view which, in an essay for all Americans
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
New Film on Jesus Most Realistic
WHILE HOLLYWOOD has bank-
roiled a reputed S15.000.000
on a handsome and colorful movie
on 'he Scriptures called simply.
"The Bible.' a much less compli-
cated movie, "The Gospel Accord-
ing to St. Matthew." is alread>
touring the country as if to prove
that really striking Biblical films
don't require millions to produce.
"The Gospel According to St. Matthew."' an
Italian picture made by a Communist, is dedicated
significantly enough to the memory of Tope John
XXIII. II is the winner of the Grand Prize of the
Internationa] Catholic Film Office. And just as the
Pope it honors came from the ranks of the poor
and never forgot the poor, so does filmmaker Pier
Paolo Pasolini hold his angry but merciful Jesus
close to the problems of the impoverished of his
day.
Pasolini's casting is sensational He selected an
unpretentious but intense 24-year-old Spanish stu-
dent to play the role of Jesus, a Jewish rag-picker
to portray the part of Peter, and a truck driver to
be Judas. Pasolini's own mother is seen as Mary
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Glowing Series
I OUiS NIZER, Ihe
" j .. was the lem
pie, ; Md In his
as concei nit lav I Judaism.
In tlu com of his i enl
remai ked said
that the woi >mcs
tiom ha\in.; ''i i.' >out own
woi dJ
Not indigestion, but exhilaration will comic to
am pei>.ii who consumes Mr. Nizer's words They
are so flavorful ol wisdom and common sense that
thej i re a "m'chyeh."
What was Mr Nizei doing in the temple? He
was participating in as exciting a series ol dialogues
thai evei took place in this country. His fellow-
conversationalist was Rabbi William Berkowitz, of
Manhattan's Congregation B'nai Jeshurui In what
must be praised as oi of the most glittering adult
education series ever, the Rabbi Staged a uo/cii
dialogues with some ol the world's outstanding
personages
Louis Nizer told Ihe Rabbi ami the audience
why he is "happv being Jewish Richard Tucker
explained why he WOUld not lather wear a CrOSS
in one oi his operatic roles Ogden Rcid. once our
ambassador to Israel, conveyed his fascination with
Israel and his u BO she flunked a Hebrew
quiz given her b) Ben-Gurion Dr Nahuni Goldmann
expressed.hia reaction to Ihe word, philanthropy Dr
Horace Kallen defended progressive education
against its many "malicious attacks." Congre
Emanuel Celler recalled bow he had defined
"sechel" to.the late President Kenned)
In another dialogue Fannie Hurst told of the
change tint has overcome her between the time
when she winced at the .void .leu and the time when
she St rail htened up with pride at the same syllable.
The late Rabbi Waltei riant gavi i >w-by-glow
account of "freedom-riding.' Di Bertram Korn, the
famed rabbi-kistorian, relayed the story of how
Abraham Lincoln once chided a rabbi for letting
someone else pray for him Avraham Harmon, the
Israeli ambassador, electrified everyone with ac-
count- of Israel's aspirations. Di Selman Waksman
described his effort al a Hebrew bo ik
into English Judge Michael Musmanno commented
on the Bichmann trial
in her later days; the producer's own son. 18. is
seen as the Apostle John.
Viewing "The Gospel According to St Matthew."
one is impressed with the Italian flavor of the film
but even more with the appropriate costuming and
the nigged land on which the drama is played out.
If you have suffered through one of the Biblical
super-collosaIs like The Greatest Story Ever Told."'
you may remember wondering how come the pro
ducers used zippered and coy costumes Not so for
the cast of Pasolini's film. Mere are Jesus and his
followers in burlap bags, all razors left behind; and
you get the impression that Matthew, writing his
book in Aramaic for Jewish converts some years
after the death of Jesus, would have approved.
Indeed, it would be useful to the cause of the
new ecumenism if those who still think the Vatican
Council was right in sidestepping the thorny issue
of deicide would take a fresh look at the Gospel
According to St. Matthew. Giving careful attention
to Pasolini's fine film will help; but better still, a
rereading of Chapter 26, i through 5, is recom-
mended:
"And it came to pass, when JeSUS had finished
all these sayings, he said unto his disciples: Ye
know that alter two days is the feast of the Pass
over, and the Son of man is betrayed to be crucified
Then assembled together the chief priests, and the
scribes and the elders of the people, unto the pal-
ace oi the high priest, who was called Caiaphas
v : consulted lhat Ihej might take Jesus bj subtlety
and kill him But they -aid. 'Not on ti
lest there bi an upi oar amon the p< o
The punch line here ihe i i
there be an uproai amoni I; e Which
peoi and file of the J
neai i i the Common I
di thej ha I in the appi eh< nsion
and ultin ite t i d< ol this they wo
hat e defend* I hat I ay
The; wei i bro Imind) d. pooi and hu igr; i
ed i crucifixion, they iheir
descendants have had to slum' the bli the
i who pn ached two nil',
Now that the Vatican Council ha- muffed its
chance to own up to the injustice festering in the
charge ol deicide, we shall have to look to othei
aide sources for redress
One logical pathway is that of stressing much
that ciiuieh authorities know well thai those who
were the executioners were, according to the re-
quirements of the complete fulfillment ol Jesus'
mission, mere instruments of his "will to redemp-
tion and sacrifice.' Those who clam; that the so-
called New Testament required the arrest, cruci
fixion, and ultimate enthronement ol Jesus .. the
foundation of the Christian faith will either have
to stop blaming Jews for deicide or else seriously
question the validity of that faith, a keystone ol
which i- the gospel of forgiveness
Oft the Record:
DR. NAROT
called "Justice for the Negro." leads him
inescapably to exhort "and remember
that if we would not make a joke of
our faith, we cannot as human In-inus
shut our hearts to the cry of other
human beings for a chance in life."
From the tragedy of death he wrests
again the purposeful life of his philos-
ophy; the tragedy "is not that of death
itself Rather the tragedy is lhat death
does not lessen the greed, or the envy,
or the hate of the living" He is sail
dened and one can feel it is a personal
sadness In the young people who
rebel against "organized religion" and
leave, by the sophisticated "intelleC
tuals" who reject and leave; by the uncarin
come, it is the ironic result oi the freedom ol i
and the right to question which Judaism gave thi i in [i.-
beginning, he reminds us
His attack on "Recent Jewish Existentialist w
in what is probably the most fascinating
hook, is a beaut} of measured reason. Hyii
nets, escaping even the "angst going direct
human, to causes and needs
And there are others cogent note- on l"l
Quarrel with American Jewry." "What the 1
man Told Ann, About Sex." "Living in a Worl
Not Create." "Religion and Law Compatibility
flict," "Where Christians and Jews Part and M
more
Rabbi Narot speaks for many, not all of them Reform
Jews, some not even Jews at all He speak- wel
scholarship deft, the humanity warm and pervasive, the
language rounded and easy with a Quintilian lui
phrase Perhaps it is not only that there see'!;, notl
-i invincible as an idea whose time has come, a-
they come armored in this kind of compelling prose, a
perfect alloy of heart and mind.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Forgotten Figure
IT WAS reported recentl} that
the 80th blrthda) ol Choni
was celebrated in Israel with a
banquet.
Today In America, Chon
a forgotten figure, but I
thirty years ago in America, i
one in Jew ish public
him on the establishment
fi STatt Be left for Israel ai
carved out an illustrious career thci
He had no mi
essarv II In. wi shod I a Zionist
j ess in Sw I isil Europt I
i .: fa -\ to Inn1 el .
funds 11. ell parties
semi-am Ihe cm
On ; ol the git al Zii -
\i, hie Silvi i man he il hi a '
f 1 i.P. He was always a enl
lb thoul work It wast
was opposi ii princi| ork Hi -
an allergy r> it Actually, he always
deep sympathy foi the workingman
At the banquet in Israel, Choni
report, told how he got hold oi hi- first i ii
America. He was penniless, he said,
Passing a department store, he notice.: a
in.: the stoie had everything A reward ol
would be paid, the sign said, if the -
not supply an) article desired
Choni knew he had them He WI
asked for a pail ol shoes The storekeeper
look and admitted defeat and turned ovei '
dollars. Choni s feel are almost astronomical ii
It was his big feel which had in fact kept hin
serving in tlu Czar's army Even the Russiai Arm)
commissary had no shoes large enough
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
A Different Kind of Peace Corps
in JUNE, ioo volunteers from the
" United State, and ("ana-la wili leave
lor a one-year Sta) in Israel. Their mis-
sion will be to fight ingorance, fostei
understanding among various groups ol
immigrant Jews, and help raise 1
standards among the new- immigrants
The volunteers will be going to
Israel as members of Sherut La'am
(Service to the People) an aid pro. ran', similar to the
is Peace I orps but with a difference.
Dr. Aryeh Nesher, an Israeli social scientist now
directing the activities of Shrul La'am in North America.
explains thi' difference this way A volunteer in our
project i- not the representative of a highl} developed
Bt) Coming to an underdeveloped and perhaps prim-
,
itive country, but is a contributor to a great soci ex^"',
ence through Ins participation as an equal amor equai.
Ill a special interview recently at the Sherut La"M"
headquarters in New York City, Dr. Nesher cxP|"m**
that the volunteers are divided into two man
The first consists primarily of college undci "''"''I".";
men and women who will find their places In B K" _
or will work a- tutors or instructors in developmen "** '
"The qualities called for in work in a kibbutz, amw s
other things, are a flexibility to adapt to rigorous pnysi
work routines," he noted newer
Then there are those who are sent to I "'-
pioneer areas in the north and south ol |M;K'1- T|u,
new towns and villages are coming into Being
recruits here. I). Nesher said, have college degreei
different professional fields


Friday. May 27, 1966
*A *'#> fhrkttan
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FlCllllOUb NAMt LAW
, i. is HEREBY a I VEX thai
- Ill it. in ~ii lilt: in ellgHgl
n.lei the fictitious name
. .,, i.i:i.\" ..! .....i i .i. w aj.
[da Intends to register said
; hi I ill. of III ( li ill
I.- i 'ouutj Florida.
i -I.- i ...i i .......
\.\ i i i'a'i'i :ki:ks, INC.
. i -.i r|i .......ii
11} : M.l i \ in i Jr.I- i, I'i -.... lit
Sole ov\ ner
MNSI.KI-" It FERD1B
. 11II' .\|i|ilH .ml
i
, s.W 1-eJcune Itoad
-. i-1. .ii.i.i 33131
_______ i 3 .'". .
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN IriE CIRCUIT COUM I Of- THE
ELtVtNTH JUOICiAl CIKlUi'i OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
oUUiSrv, ,i\ inmti,cni
No. u6C 4/SO
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IV in 1 I-.,
n hi,
..Ill I'K,
._.... m iute
... ... -I .s.l, 1 I
I'll, I l.l It .1 If
o.tiNfc. x. nii'K. ore hi n I...
i .'i .i Hill ni Complain loi
ii in.-i ugulnst j,,,,,
. i l i|lill i-.i In KclVe .i .. | >-
. nwei or l'l. i.mi-: i.i the
i ..I.-i'i.urn mi the plalmlfl k At-
liOLDMAN, liOLDKTEIN &
r.i./.ii.'i;. .'i"i Wesl Flngler Street,
Florida, and rile the original
\ -... i I'll nding in i he ofl lei ..I
ihi i *,< i.. ..I i he 'ii' ill Courl ..ii or
ih< i 11 du) ni June, 1966 If
III .|.i "... judgment I.t ii. ..,n!i
II against >..li I.-: Hi. : .--
.1 nil .1 11 Hi. mil i.f i 'uiiiplalnt,
shii il i" i.iii-ii- in .i once
., four ( "ii- out Ive weeks
' i \\ ISM FIJI >l!l I 'I \ \
i-hm: \ND ORDERED al Miami,
II i du) "f Maj. .\ I'.
Vi

Page 15-A
I.EATHERM VN, Clerk,
,11.1 Mil. I -II111 > Flul iilll
i.. I* coPELAXD
I i. imli ('.i
IAN ':. 'I.I IMTKIN & P \' "/I IT?
il l..t\.
Flagler SI n i t
ir Plaintiff
H-20-27
NOTICF OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File No. 66 A 42
inter 20722 A. Ih of 1941
VnTICR IS HKKKIIY C.IVEN that
s \i-i.i-: .-iii:iv .i: \Tli N, hold-
Count} Tax Kale Certificate No.
-in ii ih. isi da) of June, a 1>
lias filed Bame In m) offlee, and
ni. application for ii lax deed
in i.. issued ili.Tt'i-ii. Said Certificate
in .races ih. following described prop-
er:) in the County of Dade, Stale ,,f
'... i..-wii:
V.e at a i.t 2"". ft B ..f xw Cor of
UK I '< of NR1/1 Sec 24-67-31 Ih B
W ft S 40 ft E fn fi S S3 fl W IH" ft
X T' ft in I'i'I! Section -l Township
: .-':iii Rang* ::v Bast, containing .09
Acre* more, or less, In the County of
State of Florida,
deed will be Issued subject t"
outstanding delinquent City "f
.i city taxea
The assessment of said property
iniler the said certificate was in the
. .-t: P. It. MANGCS
-> v.ii.i certificate, shall be re-
'! i"ii h......rdlng to law, thi property
rdx-d herein will be sold lo the
highest Milder al the Court Hoiisi'
.ii in. first Monday In the month
f June, lsuii. which is Hi. iiih day of
' .'. 1966.
tatted this 3rd day of Ma v. IMS.
K I! LEATHBRM AX.
i 'lerk nf Circuit Court,
i;iii*> i\iuniv. Florida
'Ii By P. F. OULD8TRAND
D. O.
___________________:. .; -1 :i -2n-27
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File No. 66 A 47
l>ter 20722 Acts ..f l'Ml
\'"T|.'K is HEREBY OIVEN that
IIT MARTIN, holder of County
Sale I'ertlfloate No. 2975 Issued
'i da) of June, A.D. 1962, has
une In my office, ami has made
.""ii for a tax deed to be Issued
''-ii Said Certificate embra
following described pro|)erty In
ih. County ..f Dade, mate of Florida,
: i-wii:
W Mi il ..f Ix.t 9 Block 39. Little
rdi iis, Plat H.H.k 16, Pane 45.
ii the Count) of Dade, State of Fioc-
i'!.i
" aeaoooment of said property
the s.ij.i certificate was In the
Of: JULIA HUSK WILLIAMS.
I I Meat Raid certificate shall be re-
I..... according- to law, the property
I'' --i>.i herein will h.. sold to the
It'-ii.'-t bidder at 'h.' Court House
_< "ii Hi. first Monday In the month
? June. 1966, which is the tith day
| June, 1966.
I I'-.u-d this :ir.l day of May. 166.
K B. LKATHKILMAN.
Clerk <-f circuit Court,
Dade '.unity, h'li.rida
?U) D) P, p. tll'LDSTRAND
n.c.
____________________r>/6-13-2fl-27
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
,. No. 70496-A
'": Bstate of
''xvin MOSS
I Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
V yi Creditors and All Persona Hav-
Bi.ii.."""1 '"' "'n,aI1<1 AKiiliiKt Said
^'"> are hi reby notified and required
i.-is.iii any |.,iMls MM,| d.niandK
gvn ii you I,,.,j have against the es-
"' I'.w in Muss deceased la-te of
......ty, Klorldn. to the County
*"' f Dado County, and tile the
',', "'"l'l" ate and an provided in
Kir rr "'' '"W" Statutes. In
.s iii the County Counli..u-e
'" I nunty, Florida, wllhln six
""" "."ii'lis from the time ..f th
w i'" -ii. an.,ii hereof n,,. iam
V oe
'"','" Miami, Florida
m "i May \n. i9S6i
S 'LKANCUI ;. MUSS
M,},,<"}' aii,,n of this n,.li
C-'".y '' Exwutrlg
"- wayna iiuiiding
5/13-20-27 6/1
this 4th
Ice on
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
' ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 4576
NOTICE EY PUBLICATION
IIKR1 l:.\ M /.; K KltM \ \'. M' HITI IN
STKKI.K, Hid HICK .1. TAL1ANOFF
UlSBI'll s. HBLLKR,
I'lalni
"It alwoys comes down like this when he
preaches on Noah and the Flood."
Copr 1963, Doytnu ^'dduiileni
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70310 C
In III' K-lal.- ,.f
EiV Mil) CROSS
|.. eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To > Creditors anil \ I I rs.ms Hav-
ing Claims or l i......da Agalnsl Said
Esiati .
Vou are In rob) i otifled and requl il
t.. present any claims and demands
which vu ma) havt aiiainsl I he --
i.H. ..I BDWAItl) III. iss di .
I.".' of Dade County, Florida, i" Ihe
Count) i idgi ni 111.1. 'ounty, a i I
file ili' sanii ;n duplicate anil as pro-
\ id. d in StH'lion ::::: ID, Florida Stnl
uti -. in Iheir offices In the 'ountv
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
uiiliin ~'\ calendar months from the
lime of the first publication hereof, or
the si me v\ I! be barred.
Dated ..t Miami. Iloiida, Uiis 85th
day ,.i Api !. \ 11 1966.
SIDNEY HI,CM
As Bxecutor
First publication of this notici o
the '."nil da. ..f April. 1666.
K. >MMKL A.- ROCKRH
Attorneys foe B&ecutor
<1'0 Lin.-..In Road.
Miami BeaoB, t'loridn 331J9
4/29 5/6-13-JO
LEGAL NOTICE
i un
anil
da,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 4462
NOTICE OF SUIT
DOLLAR SAVINCS HANK OF
THE CITY IF NB\V York
Plaintiff,
\ u
WIUJAM joxui'ii WENT3,
et u.v. I al,
Defendants.
To: WIIJ.IAM J08EPH WKNTZ
AND VIRGINIA A. VV1SNTZ.
His WIFE,
3140 Xenon Btreet
Denver, Colorado
y.. i ..! hereby notified thai the
above uaptioned action has ".en Insti-
tuted agalnsl you in the Circuit Court
..f the Eleventh Judicial Circuit ..I
Florida In and for Dade County ti
foreclose a mortgage upon the follow-
ing described real property:
I.ol IS ltli k 41! SCOTT LAKE
MANOR. SECTION SIX accord-
ing i" the I "at thereof, recorded
in Plat Hook 65 at Page 11 ..i Ihe
Public Records of Dade County,
Florida, together iih Venetian
I Hindi.
You are required to file a responsive
pleading to plaintiff's complaint with
the Clerk irf the aforesaid court, and
serve a copy th.re..i upon plaintiff a
attorne) MARTIN FINE, Dade Fed-
ora] lluildint:, Miani. Florida I31S1,
not later than June 2. 1966, or a I'e-
crc Pro Oonfooao will bo enteretj
agalnsl you.
DATED April L'.:. i9Sii.
i;. ii i.i:.\'riii:itMAN
Cl.rk of the Circuit Court
By k. m. lym.vn
Deputy clerk
MARTIN1 KINK
Dade HVderal lliiildm ;
Miami, C:.-i ida. .Cll.il
4/29 5/6-13-20
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S ALE
NOTICE IS HKHKHY OIVBN that
hv virtue f Chapter 67s. of Florida
Statutes Annotated HMD, Ware-
housemen and Warehouse Receipts,
wherein \. --n.lt. VAN links. INC
a Florida corporation, b) virtue ol Its
warehouse lien, luis in ii~ possession
the following described property:
7 Barrels ..f Personal Belongings, a*
the pr.....riy of WALTER F. FIMiER.
|.r. >. Ill address unknown, and that on
the li'ih day of June. 1966, during the
legal hours of sale, mainly between
11:00 forenoon and 8:00 In the after-
noon, at 2IJ6 N'.W. 24th Avenu.. Mi-
ami, Florida, the undersigned shall
offer for sale t.. the highest bidder
for cosh In hand the shove described
property "f Waiter F. Fisher, psesenl
address unknown
l luted ii Miami. Florida, this liiih
da) "i Maj. 1866
ACK-R.B. VAN I.INCS. IN.'
. 20-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62 C 9371 (DuV.il)
NOTICE OF SUIT OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
WNKLEE It. I Kill'I K.
I ni. rvenor,
\ s.
ii'K i-.'iis nix.vi:,
D. f. ml.nil
Kl \li I'. Ill III IH'NNB,
il
I VCK l.l HIS I'I'NNi:.
I -. nilniil
'' cm -\< Lulls i .i \ \ i:
210 Itioadwu)
Long i iruiieh, N.w .i.-. >. \
You are hereli) nol Hi. .1 thai
pi i iiii for Foi cclosui ni M
has bei-n hrougbi sgaiiisi yi
i">. Ins di-soribi .1 propi ri >
Ituute in I 'a.le 1 '..lllil\ I'i.
In tli
l."t 2, Block I, sr\s\vi;i-T isl.l-:
.....Olng lo ih. plat in. ritii .. -
corded in Plat IliN.k 60 al Pag' v"
"i" the I'i.i.Ii, Itecnrds ol Hade
County, Florida, ti k n 21321 SB
24th Court, Ninth Miami Bench,
Florida
And you are required i" -,-iv. .. cops
a your Answer or Pleading to the
Complaini on ainsi.kk r FEIUME
Suite 202, 2313 SW T... .1. un, Road,
Loral Gables, Florida, and file the
original Answer ... Pleading In the
""..... of the Clerk "f the circuit
Court on ..r before the 15th du) of
Juno, IS'I'I. If you fail to d.. so, Judg-
ment by default ma) t>. taken agalnsl
you for tin relief demanded in the
' "I' plaint for Foreclosure. This notice
-hall In published once each week for
rotir consecutive weeks in the Jewish
Florldian.
WITNESS my hand and seal ai
Dade County, Florida, this jrtth dav
>t May. I9U6.
K. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dude County, I-"i -:-i. i.,
by: c. i>. coi'Ki,and.
Deputy Clerk
a i$-:o-27 o a
HERBEItT .1 OREBN, LILLIAN 4
CREEN, LILLIAN S. UREEN u -
I i iiM.-e. anil :i".. iRi;r .i
TALI \NoFF, as Trustee,
l li'. ii.i.mi-.
Tl
' HERBERT I OREEN, LILLIAN s.
(lit BEN and LILLIAN S. GREEN,
IHti e
I". Wi -i reel
New York, New York
V"l' AND !: VCH OF Y< >V an in re-
!i nol.....I thai h i 'omplalnl l.
iili i iiguliist you .n the abovi ..,.-
tinned Court In the abo\. -, ntitled
causi on April .-. 1966. The nature
; of the suit is to -iil.j.ii ai........vlded
:i inths ini.resi in a trust known as
the "Oeorgu J. Tallunoff, a. Trustee
Trust" p. the paymeiil and lien of a
1 certain Jlulgmeni n favor of Plaintiffs
and against Defi mianl, UBRHBBT .1
| HRBEN, ii..lit i.Iii.il> ami as Trustee,
w liifli as cut. :. d on k'tobel
in the I'lrctill Court ..f the Kl. t. nth
Judicial Circuit, ill and fill I i|.....
, County, Klorlda, in the sum of
*12........02 plus costs, ami which |udg-
i im .il uas .l.ilt i,. ..riled hi i 'hum ei i
. irdi r Book I1T2, t Page 7:'>: In the
Office of the Clerk of said Circuit
i L oiirt. Tin ... -. t> nf ( he .- ilil '(;, orgi
.-1 Tallnnoff, .,.- Trustee Trust" con-
sists id Ih. following described prop-
i"t) si I) ng ..n.i In ing in i iad,
' ounty, ] Inrlila, to-tvll;
The i:a.-t i 2 of the East l 3 ol
the NW 1 4 ..f Section ".. Tow nshhi
:. South, Itange :;: East, lying
and l ing in | i.i,:.. 'mint) Flor-
ida, c.uiiuliiiiuj 4" a. r. s, more ol
li -
Said in nlso seeks to deel
"ll and told and fi-nuilulent as !.
this Plaintiff. :i certain 11,. d in.m
I'er.nilaiit. HERBERT J. liRKKN,
1......' inI.nit, I.II.I.IAX S. OREBN
ls ;'" iugust 17. l;.i.i. re-
cord! d .1 ,n. |OS3 :. i -: ,i |{, _
"ills Hok i' u, ai l>age : .. u,.
I nidi.- Records Of Dade Count! : or-
ida.
^ on nr. h. b) rasjnli In serve n
'op) of jour Answer or pleading to
1 he ..... |i|, ,i,t on ihe I'lalnili'i t
TALI VNOI I' ,t w M.LEB
mil Ml i.VRi IE tlELB. 120 I.in. .In
l>" ml, Mlii nl !:.... h, Fl.....la ii lid f||,
l" et ileiidlug In
I. if Ihi Clel I, of Ihi
' "in i 'ii or I. fore he m|. dav ol
June, 1966. If iuu f I lo .I.. -., iude-
"'"" !> 'I' f ill "'II he lak. i, against
" Ihe ii li. ( demanded in tin
. ompliilnl
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS.
+Jentef fh.f-idli'rn
oollcita your legal notica*.
W* appreclats ycur
palronage and guarantM
accurate senric* at Ugal
rate* .
Dial FR 3-46M
lor m6nMengc oarrlc*
LEGAL NOTICF
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'h-'
the ii nl. i sIriii d, -i' us in .
in business mi. I ih< fictitious n;
i.t BRASS RAIL, HI 2? Il SW 31 A
Minn i 'Is ii ii to register -..i
ii.. 'i with i .' i k f t li. i 'i.. 'i
Court of i will 'ouni j. Florida.
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KhMSLBR, \' \sskv .v BECKERMA
At lorn. for Apul cum
19.1 Bill...... Way
Coral i hies Fla.
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, l>>.vE........ItDBRED nl Miami
I'"'"' '.''111 l.v, I--I,.ri.la. this .'-(, ,1.,..
"i April, :".;
B, li. i.k \tiii:i:ma\
: ihe i 'it .-un i 'ourt
l'a.i. County, Florida
U) I. SNBEIlEN
l ii put) Clerk
S 6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HKREBY HIVKN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In bualness and.:- Ihe fictitious lumi
1 SVSTK.VIS PKINTBRS. al 147 S.W.
Ninth River Drive, Intend to peg-
later said name with the Cl.rk of the
Circuit Court of Had. County, Florida
GLENN A ESTKl FF
CLAIRE BSTROFF
a, o-Ji ti, a-i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 5083
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
WILENE SKsi.nW.
Plaintiff,
ts.
li IBL SESLOW,
i fi ndiiiit
TO: JOEL SESLOW
I7S Beech "ilHli Sin et
\v.i'iie. New York
Tot' MUJ UERKBY notified that a
Couinlaint for Divorce has been filed
agalnsl you, and you arc hereby r -
quired to serve a copy of your answi.
:.. the C-'iiiplaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney, \RTllint w. KARJJCK.
.< I...... addn us is 9'J N.W. mh Ni.-. t,
Miaua. bltH Ida. ami I'll.' ihe original
it' the Answer ill the office, of the
.'I. rk of the Eleventh Judicial circuit
in and for I lade County, Florida, on
,r before the I7tb-day of June, lUtiti. in
default ol wntuh tho Coiitplalnt will i..
Uik.n as confessed bv you.
DATED this Hill da) of May. ltiii.
K. B. IJCATIIKRM \N
Clerk of ihu drouil Court
By MAHUUEBJTE KENT
:.. 13-20-27 8 3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70718-A
in RE: Estate of
MAC SOLL.MAN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
c tati
You are hereby notified aad re-
quired lo present ant claims and de-
ini n.ts which ton mat li.iv against
the estate "i IIAK s'oi.i.m \n .i.
. ..im .1 late of Dade County, Florida,
County Judges of Made County,
..mi fii. the >.. ne in duplicate and a
IToylded in Section 731.16, Florida
Statutes, in ih. ir ..flics lii ih. Count)
Courthouse in Pad.- County, l'"loiid:i.
within six calendar months from th.
t the first piiMicmion hereof, or
the .-.line w ill be i........I
Dated al .Miami. Florida, this 5th
da) .I' Ma). \ I > 1966.
EILEEN WK.I.l.s
W \ I.TKIt V SOI.I.M \N
\s \,linini.-.lra|,.i s
publication of this notice on
Ihe 13th day of May. lKtiti.
HENRY NORiON
v for Administratlrs
14U6 Biscay LuilooiK
i/li-iO-i'i I I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
In RE: Bstate of
il" >si: u KINTRAl'B
IH" il.....I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Ha>
Ing claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
I.Mat. :
You are her. i.t notified and required
to present an) claims and demands
which t..u i;,j i,.,v,. again,,, It.
estate oi ROSE WBINTRAL'B .1.-
eeased late of Col. County, Florida
io the count) Judges ..f Dade County,
and rile the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in th.-ir offices in the County
Courthouse in Dad. Connn, Klorlda
within nix calendar months from the
tune ol tin first publication n------f
or the same ill be barred
Dated .;i Miami, Florida, this 2"tli
day oi April. A.D. I.....I
MILTl IN WEINTH Mil
MAI RICE WEINTRAI r.
As EXOI uloi -
First publication of this not!.......
th,. i.th dat of May, 1966,
SAMIKl.i l:\.\l..
if Rose W. Intrauh
Vttoi ne) for -t.u
1)12 Si 11...M || dg,
a/6-' :-J--jl
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70484-A
In RE: K-iai, ,,i
A URAIlAiM W BIN8TEIN
Deceased
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
'lo',,'. U1' J'BRSONH INTKKICsTKn IV
NIK bSTATE OF SAID DECEDENT
>..ii ar. hen )... notified thai a writ-
ten Instrument purporting to be ihe
last will and testament of said d..,,l-
111 Has I.. en admin. .1 to nr,.|..i;. in
Maid Conn. V,i .,r,. h. ,-,-l.t ,,,.,,.
rnanded within six calendar months
from the date of the first publication
i ins noti.-i to appear in said Conn
ind show cause, it ant t......an, whs
the action of suld Coun In aduilttlnc
stud will io proliai.i should not stand
unrevoked,
W. F. III.\.V|'. i\
County Judge
By I.i lit) F. 1' VST! HIl'IKI.D
c|.ik
LBON A. EPSTEIN
Vttorm j for Executrix
41'u Lincoln Itoad
Miami Beach, Fbv.
Mn-'V-h day "of' May'.'lW." ""'i, "
6-13-10-27
CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE COUNTY. FLA.
No. 66C 4542
NOTCE BY PUBLICATION
JANE K o;l;KIT .miu.u AKD
Plaintiff,
t s.
SAMIKI. C MlU.Vt '.Mill
I 'i-leild.itil
Y"l'. SAMUEL c MII.I.W Mill R, .
Idem i iikiiow n. are no) Ifli il \
i 'io ... your answer to Dlvoro. Coni-
plaint filed ugainsl ton on P
attorney, DEORCE MICHOLAS, 612
NW l.'th At. .Miami. 1-1.1.. and file
anginal with clerk of this Court on
or before Jum *, .....I, .......,.
plaint will I......infos.-. ,1 In
DATED April 28,
E. B, LEATHERM \\ Clerk
B): K. If. LYALVN. D.C
j. 1, U-20-27
NOTICE uKlDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl "Til 'I. IS HEREBV ii|VEN thi
the uiiil. sign, il, i eiigagi
Inisiii.-s under the fiitttlous .....n. i
Kiif -i\ : i a not Inc i
al nu......f 7123-A I Use I) n. Blvd.,
Ihi fit) ol Vila mi, Inn ii
i : in, snld im. nil il
ci, ,-k i t Ih. i 'In nil Court of IW.
Conic.. Florida.
Dated hi Ml.....i, Florida, this H
du t -a May, I !66.
RICH Mill I Kl II ITA
Soli ii,..
:, 13-20-27 ll
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70659
In RK K-t, ol
MARIE TBS i:.
Is i-as.
NOTICF. TO CREDITORS
I llors and Mi I', r.- >na Ha
ing ClllilllM "I I IHI lls \ i lllsl S;,
I
1 > led and !
. laims and di
.....nib which i urn hai again
Ihi .-hi ill VKIE TEXLER d.
I.it. of I.....I. County, l'l,.ml
.....mi I idg. k of I 'ad. '.'11111
and file III. -aim- in duplicate and I
urovldi .1 ai Section 11.3 [6. 1
Statutes, in ih, Ir oi lei In the i
Courthouse In Kadi County, Florid:
within -i\ calendar months from th
time of the first publication hereo
or llo .-am. v. 'II I hul red.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 291
la., .a April, \.i>. ;;.
BEN.I WliN I iBSLER
. 'li' "ILIA M K KSSI.Iill
As Co-Bxi cutors
I Irsl publication of I his nol li
Ihe 2nd da) of Mnv, 1966,
SMITH .t man i ,i.i:i:
Attorn, t for Vi. Executors
i"7 Lincoln Road
_ ./6-ia-ao-i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE *
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY.
No. 6CC 4953
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
RICH \l;|, BOBB,
Plaintiff,
BVELYN BOBB,
I 'efelldanl
To: KMil.VN la IBB
27:'.S West Ch. st. r Pike
s'nrr. j Krmn Vpartments
Newtown Square, Pennsylvania
^ .ni in e requiri d i.....i t. t our A i
swer in thi i 'omplalnl f ir Divorce
Plain liff'M Mi.-rii.t \LVIN s. ." \ \\ \
I Lincoln !:...1 Bids Miami Ri..
Horid......U file t oi Iginal in ill
ofl..... the CI Circuit Com
on or I" fore tin lllth da) .! Jun.
or .. i i i.. '..iii, hso ill be en-
tered .n...inst you.
I IS '. i ills 9tll dat .,f Mat
E. )'. U-IATHKILM \\. Cl.rk
Circuit Court
Dad,- County, Florida
By: L. SNEI-U)EN,
D' puty Clerk
____________________________j.13-20-27 a
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No.. 70692
in RE: Estate of
L< 'I Is .ti. KLEIN,
In c .is. .1.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To am Creditors and All Persona Sav-
ing Claims or Demands Against si
Bstate:
Vou are hereby notified and require
to present any claims ami demands
wlii. li t,.,i may hate against the es-
tate of LOUIS M. KLEIN deceai
late oi Dade County, Florida, to th
County Judges of Dade County, un .
file Ihe same in duplicate and .is pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, In ih.ir offices In the Count'
Courthouse in Dude County. Florida
Within -i\ calendar months from Ul-
timo of the first publication hereof
or th. st...... win be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this tftl
day of April. \ 11, I ..:>;
11 ATT IK K KLEIN
\s Bxi t i\
Fn-st publication of ihl notice or.
the tit li d.it of Mas. 1966.
smith ,t \i wni.r.i!
By: HARRY It smith
Attorney for Executrix
______________ 6-13-HM7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'OTlCE IS HKKCIY GIVEN Hi.,
th" tinderaigm d, dei Ing to i lututc.
Ill business under the fictitious lii.li>.
ol Ml HICAN \ BAR .,i 600 IS VV. .Mil
Street, Miami. Intends to register said
name with ih.- clerk of the Circuit
< ourt of Dad.- County, Florida
i.iiiN' w BANBY, .ii:
l..'l:i'V tii,|i VNBY, his wife
KESSI.BR, MASSES a BECKERMAJS
Attorne) for ^p| II
I'.'.. Biltmore Way, Oo al Oablee
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From Beged-Or comes this
two-piece slack suit with
green suede jacket trimmed
in navy blue leather and
navy blue leather slacks.
Israel's famed Lola Beer cre-
ated this two-piece ensemble
consisting of a green strap-
less taffeta dress and coat
with hood of print brocade
lined in crreen taffeta.
Top Israel Fashion Designers
To Feature Latest Creations
rael'a top couturier designers
have used brocades, lavish silks.
furs and leather with carefree
abandon in the collection which
will be seen Tuesday afternoon,
31, in the Grand Ballroom
il the Pontainebleau Motel ;it the
sah Israel "Chai" anniversary
iieon.
rhe -how will mark a milestone
11. the development and emerg-
ence of Israel on the world market
.1- a center of fashion, haute cout-
ure and ready-to-wear. The collec-
tion is composed entireh of de-
from Israel's foremost atel-
iers and manufacturers, according
tn Mis Dorothy Krieger Fink,
n chairman.
rhi haute couture participants
include the renowned Lola Beer
Finy Leitersdorf, the gifted
Gideon Oberson, mid the
co ning team >; Rivka Sha
in and Talma Talmor The haute
portion of the show also
- designs by the distin
! fun iers Stefan Ri aun and
: Neulandei
pai ticipants include Aled,
\ B< led I '< Dot ina, Rlanit,
Strawberries
Star Chapter of the City of Hope
will have its nexl regular meet
ing June 2. 112 30 p m In the com
munity room al 7525 East Treas
ure Hi Ninth Bay Village. Fea-
tured will be a Strawberry Fes-
tival and a "Mad Mad Mail Hatter"
contest with prizes
n j A
by ISABEL GROVE
Jonah E. mian h |t"t
returned from three week.- in
'i ork full of iu-un for hus-
band Rabbi Caplan about their
randdaughter, Karen Beth
Keichman, bom on \pr 22 .
The little princess joins brother
' Bruce, IS month- old. in
Hi- home of the former Shulamit
tSandyl Caplan and Avrom Reich-
man Dad, librarian nt Stern
t niversitv. and consult-
an" to tin- 116 affiliate- ol Fed-
eration in New York, has .iii-t
been appointed library consultant
'" the MacMillan Publishing Co.
Thi' Caplans are also 'i and
' ol Eli ion! Gerald, -on-
of Faith and Max Vlnik
"ther rabbi filled with hap
PJ news Rabbi Solomon Schifl
who became the father of n thin!
asi Sunday Bris planned
foi Monday morning at Beth El,
With Cantor Abraham Seif offi
ting Mother Shirlev doing
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njJoM
"sJewisli Flondliaxi
Miami. Florida. Friday, May 27. 1966
Section 3
Beach Hadassah 'Chai' Luncheon
Mrs. Henry B. Wernick, newly- 1
elected president of the Miami *
Beach Chapter of Hadassah, and I
other Chapter officers will be of- I
ficially installed at the Hadassah
Israel "Chai" anniversary Lunch-
eon Tuesday. May 31, in the Grand
Ballroom of the Kontainei lci.i
Hotel. The installation ceremony
will be conducted by Mrs. Wer-
nick's husband. Rabbi Henry B.
Wernick.
Chairman of the luncheon, which
will be Hadassah's salute to Israel
on her 18th year of statehood, is
Mr- Dorothy Krieger Fink.
In addition to Mrs. Wernick. the
Miami Beach Chapter officers who
will be installed include honorary
vice presidents. Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais. Mrs. Os-
car S Sindell. Mrs. Joseph
Shapiro. Mrs. Fred Jonas. Miss Lil-
lian (ioodman and Mrs. Nat Barth
Vice presidents: administrative,
Galia. Jadoli. Maskit. Mat/kin.
Pnina Shallon and Tadmor.
Commentator for the show will
be Cindy Adams, author and fash
ion expert Miss Adams writes a
syndicated column. "Cindy Says,"
appearing in 200 newspapers
throughout the country Before
turning to writing, she was a lead
ing fashion model and winner of
more than 50 beauty contests.
The luncheon, celebrating Is
rael s Chai 18th annivers
ary. will be the occasion for the
installation of Mrs Henry B. Wer-
nick as president of the Miami
Beach chapter of Hadassah, as
well as other chapter and Hadas-
sah group officers.
MRS. HENRY WERNICK
Mrs. Morris Kogan; education,
Mrs. Barnett Beckerman, funn-
raising, Mrs Ben Zeigmund; mem-
bership, Mr-. Jack Davis, organi-
zation. Mis. Sherman Fast: pr
gram. Mrs. Sam Fcldman.
Honorary treasurer, Mrs Joseph
Sugerman; treasurer, Mrs. Harry
Kastan; and auditor. Mrs. Harry
Platoff. Secretaries are financial.
Mi- ira Krivitzin; recording, Mrs.
Benjamin I.inde; corresponding,
Mi- lleiben Outman; social, Mrs
Manning Mintus; parliamentarian.
Mis- Lillian Goodman.
Trustees are Mesdames Morris
Alpeit. Kllis Amdur. Betty Feuer.
Dorothy Krieger Fink. Samuel S.
Goldberg. Santord Jacobson, Jack
Katzman, Harold Melnick, Norman
Meyers, and Irving Westin.
Al-<> to be oilicially installed
will be the presidents of the 19
constituent groups of the Miami
Continued on Page 2-B
splendidly at Mount Sinai
i ith-I- future candidate- foi Bar
Mitzvah in the family are Elliott
9. and Jeffrey 6. who both cele-
brate June birthdays Grand
parents of the threesome are
Rabbi ami Mr- Harrj Schiff, of
New York, and Re> and Mrs
Morris Miller, here from Chicago
for the occasion
A vacation in Europe "ill be
the graduation gift to sb.-r>l Sil-
ver from her parents following
June commencement exercises
at the University ol Wisconsin
. tin her return Sheryl will
emulate brother Paul by joining
her dad- Black Angus Restau-
rant chain.
Mrs Sarah Jacobs convalescing
Bl Inline after four weeks in tin'
hospital ... Is eager to have
visitors so that she maj thank
her many friends for the gifts,
flowers and get well messages
she received during her illness.
from miami's must
uniqtif shi0p ...
dpeorative aeeesgort&s
imptH'teil from Israel
Here from Burdine's exciting market jlacs
a sampling of handicraft from Isra
Olive wood cigarette box, 59
Hand-made dolls in authentic
native costumes, shown, $6
Turquoise patina vase, 10' high SI 1
Israeli Shop, street floor DOWNTOWN MIAMI ONIY
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wrucn Mavor Elliot? Rcosereh wil! bHlol b>
::-_-*: a-aacers arc Dr. lava: a Musicrr -*-._
serve cs caes* saeaJrer See Storv Pare S-E.
Mrs. Ste!nboch
\'ew V<*4 of
3rande:s Group
rabeth -laaea.
bo has sened for *o terrr.-
?rt i li prewdent. a* installed
as presaaem -.- > D Bra>
- Groap of TTtrtiiHih at the
Foataaaebkaii Haeei recently
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i luati I' frwMtt. officiated at tfca
indacttan cereaanwy.
Others installed for the new *a-
<-oa ate ; scs presents. Mr*. Ben
Lipa*. Mrv Henna Laka. Mrs.
Sam Rasas and Mrs. William Baf
ur. ireaswrer. Mrs. ttiDi Car-
raner: fjEaneial secretary. Mrs.
!>*rjd GoMbers. correipoaains sec-
retary. Mrs San Maiow: rcy-
shft secretary- Mrs. Datd Davts-
ttwilat secretary. Mrs. David
social tteMtmr. Mrs.
Nat Bemveta: partiimoiiaa.
Mrs. Irvie? Bran*.
/M JKHttH? OF ISRAtl'S APMIYEISAKY
Miami Beach Hadassah installation
Will Include Awards and Fashion Show
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Micnnians Named
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ei Hotel in V< u N ork.
d the national govern
indl it American Jew i h
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sidenl of the South Flor-
moil. Mrs. Anna Brenner
and Bernard S. Mandler.
an of the Commission on
Action of the South Florida
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Alt* nates to the national gov-
council are Dr. Max D. Lip-
chairman. Commission on
Affairs. South Florida
.. and Joseph Nevel. treas-
the Council.
n's Division representa-
lected to the governing
are Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan,
I. Florida Women's Divis
-. Sylvia Silvers, president.
Chapter, and Mrs. Harold
vice president, Florida
's Division.
d a< alternate to the Gov
ern" -
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("our C
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lives
cout.
pres
ion,
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Recently elected national president of the American Jewish
Congress, Rabbi Arthur I. Lelyveld, and Mrs. Lelyveld chat
(with Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan (left), president, Florida Wom-
en's Division. AJC, and Joseph I. Yanich (extreme right), south-
east regional director, AJC, at the national biennial conven-
tion of the American Jewish Congress held at Grossinger's.
Mrs. Drucker
Is Vocalist
For Sisterhood
Nursing Institute At Cedars June 2
AC: I thur 1. Kai
be conduced '

the Hi
ky, Mar-
i Hospii
cii Atto ley
to pre] i Bronstein. this
nurses in the i the firsl su< h cai
ciples of cardiac in: re, and conference to be held in S
is open to any registered nurse Florida Total registration will be
currently employed in a hospital limited to 100 perso
or in a teaching capacity. ---------------------------
"Enrollees will study a cardiac Co/if. Judge tO Retire
intensive care unit in action com-1
plete with the latest monitoring i.os ANGELES UTA)
equipment, learn how to operate jdge Burnett Wolfson. of the Su-
the equipment, and explore the .
. ; z. .. j, ... .. perior (ourt. announced his re-
subject of cardiac disease, said ^
S. K. Bronstein. Cedars of Leb tirement from the bench June 15.
anon Hospital administrator ; after serving for a period of It
Lecturers will include Drs. Ar- i years.
Mrs. David Drucker. member of'
the Greater Miami Opera Guild. j
ernii. Council is Mrs. Benjamin presented a musical program at a
Kan treasurer of the South Sisterhood meeting of Temple Beth ,
Flor. < Council.
Sisterhood Gavel
Changes Hands
Sholom on Wednesday.
Mrs. Drucker has performed in i
night clubs and in Guild operas,.
including "Aida" and "I-a Bo-1
heme."
She was accompanied at the'
piano by her mother. Mrs. Lillian
Mi Israel L. Kussner was re-
cent, installed as president of NeJsn-
Tern. Zamora Sisterhood, sue- A board member of Sisterhood
ceiii. Mrs. Leo Eskreis. who will and chairman of the Beth Sholom
servi I parliamentarian. \ Art Committee, Mrs. Drucker grad-
01 officers inducted by Rabbi uated from the University of Mi-
MaxutJ Berger include Mrs. i ami School of Music.
1 Ostrie. Mrs. Shirley Fish- She attended Curtis Institute and i
mar, Irs. Ike Gordon, Mrs. Sam j received coaching from Marvin I
Oiir.-r vice presidents; Mrs. Rose .. .. ..
Mrs. Dorothy Greenberg. R,ch' current d,rector of ,he Nett
Mrs :_ouis Chartor, secretaries;! York Metropolitan Opera Com
Mi- t Gold, treasurer. pany.
7/ KNOBEL SCHOOL
SUMMER DAY CAMP
425 N.E. 154th STREET
JUNE 13th AUGUST 5th
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Program Director
RKHARD McGUIRE
Arts S. Crafts
Instructor
REGISTRATION AT THE SCHOOL 9 6 DAILY
OK BY APPOINTMENT WITH MR. KNOBEL
C4. HtGISlRAriON DAY SUNDAY, MAY 29th, 1966
10:00 A.M. 5.00 P.M.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin was in-
stalled for a second term as
president of the American So-
ciety for Technion. Women's
Division. Miami Beach Chap-
ter, by Dr. Lrving Lehrman
at the annual installation
luncheon held last week at
the DiLido Hotel.
New Officers
For Lober Unit
Commissioner Arthur H. Pat-
ten Jr., will be guest speaker and'
installing officer for Lorber Chap-'
ter, Children's Asthma Research j
Institute and Hospital, at a lunch-1
eon on Tuesday, 11:30 a.m., at the;
Beefster Restaurant.
Mrs. Sanford Freed is succeed-;
ing Mrs. Herbert Teller as pres-,
ident. Other officers to be installed j
arc Mrs. Herman Pomerantz, Mrs. j
Stuart Shapiro. Mrs. Julius Seid-1
ner, Mrs. Gerald Stein, vice pres- i
idents; Mrs. Howard Silverstein, j
i Mrs. Burt Kleinman, Mrs. Reuben
Serkin. Mrs. Sidney Harris, sec-,
retaries; Mrs. Don Tilzer, treasur-
, er; Mrs. Perry Altfield, auditor.
An original skit by Mrs. Sam
! Greenfeder will be presented by j
outgoing oflicers and board mem-
bers. Mrs. Ernest Harris is chair-
man of the luncheon, and Mrs.
Yale Mosk is handling reserva-
tions.
&
ummcr
amp
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REMEDIAL READING
SWIMMING JUDO
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7:30 to 5:30 or 8:30 to 11:30
Complete Meals Served
Transportation Available
REGISTER NOW for KINDERGARTEN AGES 2 THRU 5
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947-4014
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WELL ROUNDED CURRICULUM
PEADINESS PROGRAM FOR FIRST GRADE
imcid faculty For Iniormalicn
Pooiel Director call 221-9131
UM Grads Now
Phi Siq Alums
Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae of
Greater Miami will hold its June
meeting at the home of Mrs. Victor
Reiter. 1275 Mariola Ct., Coral
Gables, on Thursday at 8:15 p.m.
Following a short business meet-
ing, Mrs. Robert Rosen, grand
archon of Phi Sigma Sigma, will
Install graduating seniors of the
sorority's Beta Theta chapter al
the i niversitj of Miami as alum-
nae.
New members include Lucille
Scioscia, Marge- Magnus, Eilene
Apple, Fern Han-old, Carol Rose,
Marti Wolfer, Rita Pollack, and
Ruth Rudman
Phi M i"
the area are inviti lo attend.
Mrs Myl, E n i- president of
the local
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7 to 15
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English t Western riding, sailing, canoeing featured. Call Ft. Louder-
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School of Ft. lauderdale.
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fAMILY CAMPING AVAILABLE IN LATt AUGUST
fact It J or -l7tt>
JUNE 13th TO AUGUST 5th
AGES 3 THRU 11 ALSO TEENAGE GROUPS
Cam? director, Cooch Irvin J. Montgomery Per-onal SiioarvbfM
Hot Lunches Sports Horseback kiding Field Trips
Tennis Swimming, etc. Transportation
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Friday. Mcy 2". -353
Seth Moshe Plans Kindergarten
fcfoshe (' r.sresaiion Kind-
itration
for children who will be three.
5 old by J
with separate clashes main-
d for each a
:- cbildrei
will be three: Ju: : Kindei
for those who will be four: and
Senior Kindergarten for children
who will be five by Jan 1
With a staff of experienced and
qualified teachers, the school of-
?~s: preside:.:; oi the ?TA oi Temple Emanu-
D at a tribute luncheon in their honor tended
bv president Mrs. Harold I. Brooks, are loll
to right Dr. [rang Lehrman. spiritual leader
c: Temple Err.anu-FJ. Mrs. Lehrman. Mrs.
Brooks Mrs. Sam Luby Jr.. Mrs. RobeTt R.
Frank. Mrs. Seymour Alterman. Mrs. Joseph
Abelow. Mrs. Raphael K. Yunes. and Mrs.
Benjamin N. Greene. Theme of the afternoon
was "Fruits of Our Labors." Mrs. Brooks was
reelected president for 1966-67.
event, announce that Carol Beit
eetbeart of the I
Chapter, has been named I
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n
sics. act
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is a 1
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ill and the National
nor Sock
In is also a senior
i Norland, and i!' at
mi-Dade Junior C
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hip of <
I
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Local Girls Will Represent AZA Chapters Here
order of B'nai B
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Treat your
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SERVE SOME TONIGHT!
Technion Women
Receive Honors
On the 0 f the 10th an
of the National Won
Division. American Society
Technior a!, life member* and
life trustees 1 honored
First three life I stees
Dade Chapl
Mn> Rae Rosentbal and
Id Thurman
skin. Julius
Pro
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the annual summer here
" month.
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traditicnol Jewish fife and law
Write: Mr. Roy Keator
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Friday Confirmation Set
Sam Lewis
Jacks and J fare! Sha
... be confiimed du ida)
eve:. ces at Temple Adath
run.
Time for Tetlev Tea
Shoshana BBW
installs Officers
apter of B'nai I
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Remember how good
bread used to taste?
August Bros*
still does!
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
341 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Youth Group
Taps Leaders
Youth Group, an af
filiate of the National Federa"
of Temple Youth, has elected Miss
Ellen Sherman as president
Other officer* are vice
idents. Gary Saiem. Jonathan
Bauaigard: treasurer, Sandy z -
kind: secretary and historian. Lisa
Reporters. Laurie Hitzis. !
CO; >ocia! chairman. Susan Lu
how: reli2-.ous chairman. Howard
at-armv
frey Horse. Robert Barrir. Jui
Sharlene Malin. Michael
Landau.
The group meets in tl
Beth
: 30 p m
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Have a hard day?
When .:- needa pich up. nothing brightens your ;e keTel
The secret is Tetley's tiny tea leaf flavor plus bags that :
fast you get rea pctbrewed ta am. FavoreC Je* s
s nee 1875.
Real old
Haimischeta'am!
Te*. ey tastes better
because it never
tastes D:tter.
K on the package means kosher certif.ee
Bill Segal
is a superb golfer.
He drinks milk.
Be a superb golfer.
DRINK MILK... m too good to be
JUST FOR THE YOUNG


Friday, May 27, 1966
*Jewi$ti DorkMajn
Page 5-B
CP Beach Unit Seats Officers
A donor luncheon is being plan-
ned by the Miami Beach Unit of
Cerebral Palsy lor Wednesday,
12:30 p.m.. at the Algiers Hotel.
Vocalist (iil Mar. accompanied by
Arnie Barnett, will entertain, and
awards will be presented to out-
standing members.
In conjunction with the lun'.'v
con. officers and board members
Officers installed by Rabbi Simon April at the
recent installation and donor luncheon held
'or Aviva Chapter, Mizrachi Women, at the
Biscayne Terrace Hotel, include (left to right)
Mrs. Fred Rosenzweig, treasurer; Mrs. Abra-
ham Barkan," vice president; Mrs. Nathan
Zeichner, financial secretary; Mrs. Simon
April, president; Rabbi April; Mrs. Charles
Turk, vice president; Mrs. Joseph Weishaus,
secretary.
New Generator Installation at Home for Aged
sure total service in our continu-
A S25.000 200-kilowatt auxiliary .IHA to more than S2 million.
Diesel generator has been author- ,. ., .
zed by the executive committee Home p*uicnt *" Irving ing program to prov.de the high-
1 the Jewish Home for the Aged Cypen terms me new acquisition est standards of care and safety to
i Greater -Miami. "a s,eP f major importance to in- our residents."
The new unit, expected to be
nstalled by June 15. will give the
Home full function capability in
case of a power failure.
Sam Reanick, financial secret-
rj and chairman of the house
ommittee, recommended the aux-
iarj generator following a power
ailure during ii)65 Hurricane
leo. At that time, the Home BUS-
lained heavy lood spoilage and
"he need for substantial additional
nanpower to provide tor more
han 200 residents at Douglas Gar-
lens.
The new generator will operate
utomaticaliy when normal power
supplies are interrupted, 'lhe sys-
"i'in has been engineered by
eonard Hayet, ot Smith and
.-.orach and Associates.
Installation of the equipment
ill increase the capital plant at
Hadassah Goes
Back to School
Mrs. Leonard VI was cl
of a one-da; "I' illcge "i
;sah Kno\ led I
I ij 'i 30 a.m. to 2 10 | m .
. Da\ Id S icial Hall.
a oriel i hapter l
particii anl were p-
Areas studied includ
lc for scholars in<
student body," and "financial
rkshops were led by the
ollowing Miami Chapter officers:
Mrs. Norman Lyons, education:
Mrs. Ralph llankin and Mrs Max-
tell Weisberg, membership: Mrs.
lenry Paul and Mrs. Arthur Gross-
nan, pen pushers; Mrs. Louis
Schwartzman, program: and Mrs
llaskell Lihcrman and Mrs. Irving
lenet, fund-raising.
Mrs. Henry B. W'ernick. presi-
ent of the Miami Beach Chapter
I Hadassah, addressed the
residents and vice presidents.
Assisting as advisors at the j
(irkshops were Mrs. Irwin Lias,
Mrs. Gerald Soltz. Mrs. Philip
Schlff, Mrs. Eugene Silveretone,
Mrs. Morris Herman, and Mrs.
j Tavss.
Picnic Follows
Closing Exercises
Temple Sinai Religious School
held its closing exercises on
Sunday, XI a.m., at Greynolds I'ark
East.
Awards were presented to stu-
dents who have maintained perfect
attendance and those who have
shown outstanding scholastic abil-
ity-
Following the ceremonies, the
temple brotherhood hosted a
picnic for students and their par-
ents.
Activities for the afternoon
included a father-child baseball
game and a fishing contest.
will be installed by Byron Topol,
past president of the men's board.
Slate tor l%i-<>7 Is headed by
Mrs Seymour Seldin, serving a
md term. Other officers are
Mrs. Henry Young, Mrs. Frank
Schneider, vice presidents; Mrs.
Julius Eisenberg, treasurer and
financial secretary; Mrs. Samuel
Samuels, Mrs. David Kay, Mrs.
May Arno, secretaries.
Board members are Mesdames
Harry Altman, Hy Grebin. David
Kaye, William Levin, Willard Lew-
In, Marshall Ruff. Willard Lew-
James Sadock, Sidney Stein, Byron
Topol. Walter Yorra. Rca Alex-
ander, Mary Ruins. Fdith Coleman,
Rca Frohman. Myra Glassman,
Margie Glaubman, Hannah Shoe-
man, and Miss Barbara Konecnv
Prof, to Teach Religion
BOSTON UTA) Dr. David
Neiman, an associate professor on
the faculty of Rrandeis University,
has been named to the theological
faculty of Boston College. He will
be the first Jewish professor to
serve on the faculty of the Cath-
olic institution.
Wometco Will
Offer Movies
For Children
Wometco Theatres are plannin |
summer movie club so thai chil-
nn throughout South Florida will
a chance to see a dozen
from cartoons to classics,
II tor one dollar.
club will span the summer
period and run for 12
m the Greater Miami an a.
rhe first of the summer films
:|l be shown l' inning on Tues-
1 7. Wometco movie
in Ft Lauderdale will be
their children thrillers on
. June
ummer club has been in
toi the past 11
and features the ries in
i ii i inditioned theatres.
(.(M>irnii\(,s!Mi8i;
Bagels...and Good Coffee
No taste in the world satisfies like a bakery fresh
bagel... and a cheering cup of Maxwell House
coffee. Both are constant, unchanging and match-
less in the joy they give each in its own, a tradi-
tional favorite in Jewish homes.
MAXWELL HOUSE
INSTANT OR R EG I LA R
Good to the Last Drop!
Maxwell
house
r OOPFES
K means Ko Kabbis Hcrsch Kohn and Bernard Levy.


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Fridav
>.cy27.
Honeymoon
In Mexico
For Charmaks
Now honeymooning in Mexico,
former Karen Judith Rosenthal
Bnd Conrad Joel Charmak ex-
changed marital vows on Saturday.
May 21 Rahlii Mayer Abramowitz
.-t-rformed the evening ceremony
. t the Sea Isle Hotel where a re-
ception in honor of the newlyweds
followed.
The bride is the daughter of
and Mr* Donald M. Rosenthal.
390 NE 116th St A graduate of
Miami Beach Senior High, she at-
tended the Iniversity of Miami.
and graduated with honors from
Miami Dade Junior College. She
- a member of Phi Theta Kappa
r.cnorary
For the ceremony the bride
sure a sheath of imported pure
s:ik. fashioned with a scoop neck-
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line and tapered long sleeve- The
fitted bodice was outlined with
it-embroidered alencon lace ap-
pliques at the waist, and the floor-
length skirt was accented with a
streamer of pure silk, which fell
over the detachable chapel-length
train. The illusion bouffant veil
u.i- held with a matching head-
piece. She carried a cascade bou-
quet of white roses and stephan-
otis with a white orchid corsage
in the center. Mrs. Barbara Wend-
ler served as matron of honor.
Son of Mr. and Mrs Richard
Charmak, 851 80th St., the bride-
groom is a graduate of Miami
Beach Senior High and the Uni-
versity of Miami. His fraternities
; .ill Delta Phi and Delta Sig-
ma Hi. and he is a member of
Miami lieach Jaycees. He served
for over three years with the U S
Army in Europe and Asia, and is
now an accountant
Marvin Joel Brittman served as
his best man. with Jerome Weis-
l, Philip Jay l.e Noble. Akin
Von Minden and Harry P Wend-
ler as ushers.
On their return from their wed-
ding trip. Mr. Charmak and his
bride will live in Miami Beach.
MOTHER IS QUEEN AT
WESTVIEW COUNTY CLUB
Baskets of garden flowers were the decora
tions for the fairest flower of them all. Mother."
at the extremely well received Mother's Day-
dinner at Westview Country dub. There were
prizes for everything. The youngest mother, who
has three bouncing boys, was Mrs. Charles Leone.
The oldest mother was Mrs. Aaron Krantz. The
two youngest grandmothers were Mrs. Milton
Nussbaum and Mrs Bernard Shulman. Anne and
Morris Alpert were well represented Evelyn
Nussbaum is their daughter and Rence Leone is
their granddaughter. Esther and Carl Wcinkle.
with a whole table of their brood, watched as
their son Julian's wife. Mary Norma. got the
prize for the most children, seven of them and
all in evidence. Sadye (Mrs. Sam) Resnick re
ceived a plaque for the work she has done in
beautifying the club's spacious grounds. The
Louis Davidsons also had a large table The room
was overflowing with mothers, fathers, children
and love.
*
THAT'S WHAT IT LOOKED LIKE
Freda (Mrs. George) Soule. as president of
her Bowling League, held a meeting at her home.
Since she had a broken foot, she was enthroned
in a wheel chair. Coffee cups and donut.- were
scattered about, along with the children When
Cynthia (Mrs. Charles) Rosenberg arrived with
her son. she looked at Barbara (Mrs Marvin)
Gillman and Mikki 'Mrs. Morris' Futemick, at
the empty coffee cups and trays of donuts. and
exclaimed. "This looks exactly like a disaster
area with the Red Cross in charge."
*
DID YOU KNOW?
Marjorie Wien just home from Ireland, where
they attended the Southeast Chapter of Asta
meeting. Marjorie admitted that she herself didn't
hang by her heels to kiss the Blarney Stone, but
she kissed the man who did Of course, her bus
band. Leonard .
Diane (Mrs. Daniel Neal) Heller pedaled her
bike up to the polling place !o vote She just
missed seeing .Mrs Yaie Levinson, Mr. and
Mrs George Levenson, Mr. and Mrs
and Louis Cohen, who voted in thai Frecinct I
the last time. They just moved to S

WAS SHE SURPRISED?
When Shirley Spector opened \.)r
issue of Time magazine, she nearlv lumped w
of her skin. There was her pictun along i
her husband. Bernard, her mother o-_j
Stein, and her sister and her husl. yj ^
Mrs. C H. Sandier, of Atlantic Citv
\--as tasea
on the Spanish steps in Rome v I i (he, ^
been there last summer. It's an /
people look at pictures even if | ,,a. '
names. The Spectors were del,. ;
calls. He>. wasn't that you in R
*
THESE YOUNG MATRONS
When Rosemarie (Mrs Stanli
tains at home, she makes a real prot ction of ft
Mickey and Seymour Freedman came
from New York. To make ten at
Rona and Shelly Aberman. \a: Ba'..,ev
Robinson, and Eve and Marvii ash The
piece de resistance was fillet of bei : brioche
crust with a truffle sauce Rosen
gourmet cook who likes to fuss
kitchen
A NIGHT IN PORTOFINO
out of your car at We>i
Club you found yourself in a lit!-
y (In to the dii
furthered the Italian feeling .
w hite '. hi i ked tablecloths
There were /era! large part
included Mr and Mrs Robi rt R
Mr and Mrs. Bernard Schulmai
another were Mi and Mrs Sa
large parties Joan and Hertx I
with Harriet and Law
Harris and his bride to U 5|
flowei lad< n 'able were all of the >
clan celebrating Grandma Mart
birthdav Also si M
I >ai sk) and Sue and I>
Frances Lti--an
Swire to Serve As Workmen's Circle Chairman
Young Couples
Plan June Picnic
Newly-formed Young Married
Couples Group of Temple Beth
Am has planned an all-day picnic
for June 19 at Matheson Ham-
mock.
Michael Clein. chairman, invites
all young couples under the age
of 30 to attend.
Those attending will meet at
the entrance to the park before
proceeding to a designated area.
rou cam be SURt of the BEST at -
Todd'tt BONDED FRUIT SHIPPER
TAKE ADVANTAGE Of LAST HOP Of SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT
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Ben Swire was installed chair-
man of the Greater Miami Work
men's Circle at its closing meeting
last Tuesday.
(ther officers installed were
Mrs. Katie Tischler. vice chairman:
Mrs Man Daniels, recording sec-
retary; Max Kleinot. financial
secretary: Mrs. Ida Poston. tuition
secretary; and Mrs. Sarah Weiner,
treasurer.
Max Gleiberman. school director,
gave a report on the National
Educational Department confer-
ence recently held in Atlantic
City.
Committee consisting of Harry
Schuldiner, Murray Gold. Sam
Wiener, and Gleiberman was ap-
Miss Bernstein
To be June Bride
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Bernstein.
6642 SW 61st Ter, announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Loretta. to Sheldon M. Horwitz.
The future bridegroom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Horwitz, of
Ferndale, N. Y.
The wedding will be June 8 at
the Fontainebleau Hotel.
pointed to arrange the reopening
of local Perett schools l l Pereti
schools teach secular Yiddish
Part tune teachers are needed
for these schools when they open,
the school director declared.

Workmen's Circle Branch 1050..
Miami. Branch 1059. Miami Beach,
and Branch 1064. North Dade-
Broward County, heard Dr. Samuel
A. Portnoy talk on "Ferment on
the American College Campus'' at
its combined installation dinner
| last Sunday at the Algiers Hotel.
Dr. Portnoy is chairman of the
Department of History at Florida
Atlantic University. He has beer.
i\
a secondary
teacher since li".
Leonard /.in-
stalling officer -T.bff
of the Circle's Br;
Card Party For
Sisterhood Meet
A regular me< Si
Tarn id Sisterhood beheldaj
Wednesday in SI ::x\
preceded by dessen and onwlj
11:30 a.m.
The agenda, c I !>>'P|
ident Mrs. Carltoi *ill|
elude plans for thi new jearaJ
ion of m -v.- ui
i I
How I Got A New Figure
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mother- daughter luncheon
hold last Sunday afternoon
the Black Angus Restaurant
t-i- ih, setting for the installa-
|on "I new officers, and MITS
-:, i,In !-in training) of Talon
I'nai B'rith Girls. Miss Roberta
chreiber, outgoing president,
lore ;i navy suit with a white
yellow floral print. Her
(other, Mrs. Sol Schreiber, chose
pink and gold Israeli knit
I
Miss Robin t'orenblum. newly
I president, was chairman
i day. She wore a two piece
> and white sleeveless knit.
randmother, Mrs. Simon
was in a pale blue
suit trimmed with blue
President of the MITS.
an Zipp, chose a green
foliage print suit. Her
Iher, Mr- Henry Shier,
.. hite ombre ith blue
- in a scattered print Her
Acre double tilled in the
i bell silhouette.
[RIGHT spring colors in yellow
: orange in a cotton quilt-
ic were the choice ol Miss
Goldstein. White fishnet
completed the "total
Miss Anita Friedman's for-
een cotton featured the A-
skirl and a paisley-printed
-- Martha Kaplan suit tea-
a green and white floral
I Both her sister and mother
re there for her induction as
new member. Her sister. Joyce.
a large white pique collar
i her red and black provincal
; ::it. and her mother. Mrs. How-
; d Kaplan, was in a lemon-col-
i ed silk sheath.
Ombre shades of peach were
re choice of Miss Debbie Kel
r< rg. Her shift silhouette dress
bad long peach-colored voile
sleeves. Mrs. Robert Felberg's
ocep seafoam blue cotton had
the squared neckline and match-
-, cummerbund. Miss Debbie
Ken topped her white pleated
I -Mit with a navy and white dot
,1 swiss bodice. Mrs. Henry
ireen's jewel neck sheath was
ir a lemon-ice shade of silk.
*
MISS Henny (Harriet) Perez
chose a green floral print
eeveless sheath with a smocked
bib front. The ruffle, which de-
tailed it. gave the appearance of
being an inserted jabot. Mrs Rob-
ert Perez's beige knit had the
soft semi-cowled neckline. Blue
flower.- were printed on the
white ribbed cotton suit worn by
Miss Lynn Dorit. Mrs. Edmond
Doril wore the silk dynasty hro-
cade in a hot pink-colored tail-
ored sheath.
Pink and yellow combined in
the print ot the sleeveless, turtle-
neck blouse worn by Miss Jackie
Gusman, Her denim skirt match-
ed the pink in her blouse. Mrs.
Robert Gusman was in a green 1
silk knit with a modified cuffed ,
bateau neckline and dolman'
sleeves. Miss Nancy I.mot's white
cotton suit featured multi-colored
flowers in a miniature print.
Her mother. Mrs. William Lin-
et. chose royal blue moygashel
linen as her fabric. The neckline
was scooped with a standaway
collar, and the skirt followed the
Aline silhouette. Miss Sheila
Postelnek's swirled print was in
flamingo pink and white. Her
mother. Mrs. Irving Postelnek.
also chose a printed suit for the
afternoon, with yellow and white
in a spring floral motif.
'Eternal Light1
Ceremony Theme
On Sunday. Temple Ner Tamid
will hold its annual confirmation
services in the main sanctuary at
11 a.m.
Confirmands will be joined by
P is! confirmands and the Hebrew-
High School graduates Theme of
the ceremony. "The Eternal
i ighl will be presented B8 a
cantata under the direction ol Rab-
bi Eugene Labovitz and Cantor
Edward Klein.
A reception will follow the serv-
ices.
The following will be confirmed:
Larrj Lang. Douglas Pilzer. Pas-
- monson, Fred Wilner, De-
borah Wilson. Susan Fredel. I.inda
Carmel, I.inda Klein. The following
are Post-Confirmands Richard
Belitsky, Henry Blum. Theodore
Borl.....Ferry Chasen, Gerrilyn
Gn --. arni Wayne Prichason.
He! ii \. High School graduates
are Franklin and Jerrold Horwitz,
Michael Freeman. Ira Paul. Terry
Miller. Janet Rachman. Jackie
Ades, Idalyn Finkel. Lesley Trag-
er, Heather Moriber. Jefferson
Morgan. Leslie Laurence. Randi
Revitz. Janet Steiner, Judy Pricha-
son.
Social Singles to Dance
B"nai B'rith Social Singles will
hold a dance Saturday. !l p.m.,
at the Shelborne Hotel.
Emotionally III
Tots to be Viewed
"Emotionally-Disturbed Children,
Our Most Neglected Mental Health
Problem" will be discussed by
Mike Gorman, executive director
ol the National Committee Against
Mental Illness, at the Hade Coun-
ty s Association for Child Guid-
ance ('linn-; annual meeting June
8 at the Everglades Hotel.
Richard Wolfson. president, said
"Gorman is internationally -recog-
nized for his crusading effort
against mental illness, and has
been instrumental in congressional
action to improve the care and
treatment of the mentally ill."
Getting into the act is Saul Haber. who attended the installa-
tion luncheon of Women's American ORT. Islander Chapter
at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Haber is seated beside Judge Irving
Cypen, who installed her as president for the 1966-1967 sea-
son. Other officers installed include Mesdames Jack Bre.t-
bart, Carl Berman, Abbe Lane, Louis Rolnick and Irving
Krauthamer. vice presidents; Ann Kramer, recording secre-
tary, Isadore Grue, membership secretary; Murray Mandell,
financial secretary; Arthur Feiner, treasure; and Leo Goss,
parliamentarian.
Hatikvah Ladies
Install Slate
New slate for Hatikvah Chapter,
B'nai B'rith Women, installed
Tuesday at the Algiers Hotel by
| Mrs. Robert Litt, Miami Beach
I Council president, is headed by
Mrs. Gertrude R. Solomon, pres-
i ident; Mrs. Ruth Steiner. Mrs.
Henry Esformes. vice presidents.
Mrs. Saul Cooper, treasurer:
Mrs. David Eskin. Mrs. William
Gertsman, Mrs. Gertrude Podvoll,
secretaries: Mrs. Joseph Wein-
, stein, guardian: Mrs. Cccile Klug-
' cr. counselor: Mrs. Robert Litt,
Mrs. Cecile Kluger. trustees.
Mana-Zucca
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Mana-Zucca, Miami composer-
pianist, will play her own Piano
Concerto No. 1 and accompany so-
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recital on Tuesday evening at Maz-
ica Hall.
Miss Englebright will offer a
program of Mana-Zucca songs in-
cluding, by request, the ever-
popular "I Love Life."
Also on the program will be
tenor Franklin Jacobs in selections
from Mozart and Puccini, accom
panied at the piano by Ella Mae
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Friday. May 27. 1366
For the first time, Temple Zion will hold its
own graduating ceremony lor students who
have attended Hebrew School for a minimum
of five years and have successfully completed
the prescribed courses. During a special serv-
ice to be conducted by graduates. Rabbi
Alfred Waxman will aleo honor teachers of
the Temple Zion Religious School and speak
on "True Leaders of Israel." Oneg Shabbat
will be sponsored by parents of the graduates.
Graduates are Steve Braidman, David Brown,
Lewis Fogel, Roberta Gateman, David Katz,
Leonard Lang, Monica Laub. Alan Levine,
Jack Levine. Helene Mermelstein, Wendy Rob-
bins, Stuart Socks, Jeff Sandier and Martha
Waxman.
Zionist Confab to Hear Yallon Farewell;
Dr. Nussbaum Addresses Grand Banquet
Consul general of Israel lo the
E ttheast U.S. Shimon Yallon will
-. the opening session of the 28th
annual conference of the South-
* Region of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America on Saturday eve-
ning to deliver his farewell ad-
dress to the Greater Miami com-
munity.
The session will take place at
8:30 p.m. in the Fontainebleau
Hotel. Yallon. who has concluded
his tenure of office here, will be
rotating back to Israel soon after
the conference.
A Tuest speaker at the open-
ing session will be a noted young
Arab writer and student born in
Palestine in 1936, and who it
presently enrolled as a student
in journalism in the United
States, Abdul Salam Y. Mas-
sarueh.
Massaruehs family did not leave
'alestine during the War of Li-
cration and presently lives in the
mage of Taiyba in Israel. Mas-
arueh. who received some training
.t the Kfar Silver Agricultural
(raining Institute, maintained by
ie ZOA in Ashkelon. Israel, is the
irst Israeli Arab student awarded
i ZOA scholarship to study in an
.mcrican university. Before leav-
ng Israel, he was active in public
fe and a member of the Arab di-
ision of the Israel Liberal Party.
Other highlights of the confer-
nce v ill be the traditional Shab-
at dinner on Friday evening. 7
>m.. and the Oneg Shabbat that
vill follow at 8:30 p.m.. in the Jade
toom of the Fontainebleau. which
vill deal with religion in Israel
md consist of a panel discussion
jy three outstanding leaders ol the
Orthodox. Conservative and Re-
form movements.
Following the religious serv-
ices at 9 a.m., Saturday morn-
ing, there will be a Kiddush. At
2 p.m., the community is invited
to |oin with delegates at an
Oneg Shabbat dealing with "Art
and Music in Israel." This will
be followed by an another One/j
Shabbat at 3 p.m., entitled "The
Bridge Between Israel and the
United States," which will be an
Aliyah forum, where Abraham
Sharir, noted Israeli attorney
and youth leader, will be guest
speaker.
Sharir. who served for ten years
.is parliamentary secretary ot the
iberal party in the Israel Knes '
-eth. is director of the New York
rffice of the Economics Depart-
ment of the Jewish Agency.
The Sunday sessions will start
irith a breakfast at 9 a.m. entitled
The Z<>.\ in Action." which will
)e a forum consisting of past pics
idents of the Southeast Region At
11 a.m., a youth activitj session,
The ZOA-Hadassah Youth Proj-
ects," will i^kc place. Al 12 noon,
there "ill be i n Israi I Him
iraL at v.huh time the lati si I a :
olor movies howi
er 'In- i p in lunchi on,
Your Share in Isra I's Future,"
.;l be Dr Irvi I tan, a na-
; the ZOA.
Big
10 p.m.,
ig, when Dr Max
i- aum, ol I: llyw ood, Calif. a
tast national president ol the ZOA,
>\ill be guest speaker, and Rabbi
Shapiro, ol Hollywood, Pla.,
president-elect of the region, will
be installed together with the new
iv elected hoard of governors
Mr. Samuel Ellman was recently honored by the Jewish
National Fund "for his dedication and devotion to Israel."
Left is Abraham Grunhut, vice president of the Jewish National
Fund, who congratulates Ellman on the announcement of
the citation.
Rabbi Landau
At Toronto Meet
Rabbi Sol landau, of Beth David
Congregation, was a delegate at
the annual Rabbinical Assembly
convention of the International As-
sociation of Conservative Rabbis
last week in Toronto.
Bialoleirki Will
Head UN Unit
On Miami Beach
Miami Beach Chapter, United
N'ations Association of the United
Slate-, will install officers at a
tinner dance on Saturday. 7:30
p.m.. at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Dr. Irving Muskat, spearhead
of the Interama project, will be
speaker of the evening. Bayard
trell, immediate past president,
.vill he master of ceremonies.
Chairman of the event is Mrs.
1'oby Emanuel. who has been work-
ng with Wally Cluck to arrange
or the appearance of Harry Rog-
er's Orchestra and Marcel DePage,
French singer.
Mayor Elliot Roosevelt will in-
stall Prof. Andre Bialolenki as
president. Bialolenki, former
head of the Psychology Depart-
ment at Jacksonville Univer-
sity, is a principal of Whitetield
Senior High School on Miami
Beach. He is also president of
the Maccabee Lodge of B'nai
B'rith and chairman of the Elk's
scholarship committee.
Others to be installed are Mrs
Toby Emanuel, Judge Milton Fcl
er, Abe Grunhut, Harry Perkel.
Mrs. Philip Thau, and George Wol-
R'it. vice presidents; .lames Hou-h-
iss, secretary; Mr- Pauline Schy
on, treasurer and Zev Kogan
>ai liamentarian.
Members of the hoard are Sid-
ley Ansin, Judge Henry Balaban,
.lane Balaban, Hendrick Berns,
a ally cluck. Jack Gorden, Mayoi
harles Hall. Mrs Philip Hautz.
Mrs. Norman Hill. Rabbi Leon
Cionish, Mrs. Dora Lee. Dr. Irv-
Dg Lehrman, Or. Solomon Lich-
er, Mrs. Anna Brenner. Meyers.
.eo Itindlin, Joel Newman. Mayor
Klliott Roosevelt, Pat Roosevelt.
Burnett Roth, Parks Husk. Rev. R.
n'iley Scott. Ed Seney, Laura .1.
^hepard. Charles Sic-cl. Judge
Harold Spaet. B Bayard Strell
ind Mrs Hannah Yesner.
Norman Hill and Philip Thau
ire in c barge ol resort ations
Knobel School
Sraduates Tots;
^lans Expansion
K inder arten
prci i
S I tol -I
NE I71si Si
Mayor < 'huck Mall i
the mas
lie Knobel -; ool gradui I
Guests ill be entertained with a
program bj the student body. Re-
freshments will he served.
The Knobel School is designed
to fill the manj needs of children
between the ages of 3 and 12.
Nursery, kindergarten and first
grade classes along with remedial
tutoring and private swimming
les.-ons are offered from Septem-
ber through May. With the school
year coming to a close. Mr. Kno-
bel's staff is being expanded to
include specialists in all phases of
summer camp activities
Due to the tremendous enroll-
men' lor summer camp and pre
enrollment for next fall, an addi-
tion to the present facilities i-
under ((instruction The new build-
ing will contain three classro
and added rest rooms. a> well as
another plaj yard The addition
will be completed for the camp
opening on June 13.
ANDRE BIALOllHKI
Memorial Service
At Mount Nebo
Set for Sunday
Main Memorial Day service' il1
be held by the Jewish War .<
erans of South Florida at Mount
Nebo Cemetery. 5505 NYV SrJ St .
Miami, on Sunday at 11 a.m
The service will do honor "> all
those who defended the nation,
and in gratitude to the patri tism,
valor and sacrifices of the
dead
Graves of those known be
war veterans will be dec jted
for the services.
JWV officials this week re-
quested those expecting to t-
tend to arrive at Mount Noo
no later than 10:45 a.m. Cem-
etery personnel should be id-
vised by those desiring to uive
flags placed on graves.
Also announced was that m
hers of Murray Solomon Post -I4:i.
Jewish War Veterans of the U 3 A .
and Auxiliary will conduct sen
ice- at the Star of David Cem i\.
5900 SW 77th Ave at 12 on
Commander M. Jay Berlinei aid
that post and auxiliary me
will also participate in the
ida Department servici ant
Nebo earlier in the morning
m Mondaj 7 30 p thi
erans organi al on ii
the ar d< ad at the <
al.
A ixiliai / Presidi
led to piai
I
Exodus AZA
Officers Feted
End of the Yei
Exodus AZA will inclui ins .na-
tion of new officers
Ceremony i- slated : i Sal
at the South Pacific Ri .
Slate to be seated includes Weil
Mornick, president; Frank S gal,
Jim Mancoff. vice presidents;
Minton Rosenhouse. secretary;
Frank Rabinowitz. treasurer: ck
ey Shlachtman. chaplain; '. irry
Iserson, advisor.
Mencrch Players are rehearsing for "A Ched-
ber," musical ccmedy which
be presented at the Temple's annual B]
-al on June 5 at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Standing (left to re Ncrman Shapiro,
Natalie F Sylvia Walk. Theodore Nel-
son, Suki Nelson, Jack Edwards, Gerry Kim-
mel, Louis Brownstein, Tillie Shapiro, Rita
Boias, Bernico Kasin, Rosalie Berger, Rosalie
Edwards and Lillian Nyer. Front row are Alex
man, Sandy Berger and Sally Kaye at
piano. In addition to the musical presentation,
there vail be dancing, us well as a supper
snack.
Judea Youth
To Lead Worship
Youth group of Temple Judea.
- v ill Ii i a creative
. at 8 15
p in The sen ice will be held in
the main sanctuary.
!)a\id Hecht, member of the
group, win delivi : win-
.
*o hip
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nally, the youth ol
pie the adull
16 Pre-Schoolers T
Set to Graduate
Closing exercise- ii lu-
ation of in students ol ar-
Granada PreSchool will tike
place on Sunday at thi
"Around the World, a pi am
written and directed t\ Mrs Ar-
thur Golden, head teaclu wl be
presented by graduates at
ultv. Assisting Mrs G ildi
Mrs. Matthew Cohen, Mrs I I A
Hechtman, and .Mrs I '' ej.
tcaih ,I
Graduates, who w ill nter pub-
lic school in the
Cohen, Miss
Miss Wen.I- D h, '
'.. I.aiiv Frazier,
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*Jewisti Fkric/iann
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Israel
\s Leaders
I ition ceremony for
\ ol Greater Miami
\ is scheduled for Sat-
ng in the social hall,
|i Sherwin Stauber olfi-
|he groups tor the com-
be Burton Brody,
|n president: Mrs. MuI'-
ll Sisterhood president;
Finkelstein, PTA pics
Im Kreuter, Men's Club
ken of the affair, to be
kvith a bullet supper,
frthur Weingarten and
rsky.
Perform
iual Donor
fnai Sholom Sisterhood
nnual donor lunch-
Algiers Hotel on Sun
p.m.
jMax Mnchti will give
in Among guests v n
Mrs, Abraham Reise-
i Mrs in.-nil
}< Mi lam Wal-
i i ': orf their woi k
. Ii lol:. chi
introduced Mrs.
in. local singer, and
low, pianist, who
Im ui music.
Coniixmatioii service was held Tuesday, on the first night of
Shavuot, at Beth David. First row (left to right) are Robert
Wintts, Leonard Krause, Robert Idels. Barbara Sue Cohen,
Linda Merrill Gilbert. Rachelle Bijou, Rabbi Sol Landau,
Cantor William W. Lip.on. Marlene Etta Weiss. Nancy Polk.
Vicki F. Johannesburg, Robin Lundy. Don Rosenthal. Jay Mark
Gottlieb, Richard Maxwell. Second row (left to right) are Gail
Feinberq, Mariann Frank, Lynne Weinkle, Debi Rebecca
Nevel, Debbie Lubel, Gail Rosoff, Robert M. Hofiman. Norman
Gables Bank Elects Sheffey
Rosenkranz, Marilyn Forman Goldfarb. Marcia Cypen. JyCiren
S. Plotkin, Riva Schiff, Janet Gordon, Marsha J. Sokoloff. Jef-
frey Rosinek, class teacher. Top row (left to right).are Saul
Rabin, education director, Stephen Elliott Reiter, Louis Wein-
kle, Morris S. Fishman, Robert Farrow, Charles Kenneth Wein-
er, Richard Rosen, Mark Lomaskin, Richard Friend, Bruce
David Berqer, Elliot Loveman, Barry Alexander Abbott, and
Richard Phillip Solomon.
retfi
Prank Smathers Jr., chairman
ol the hoard ol Ihe Coral Gables
tional Bank, 'a- an-
ounced the election ol Lawrence
f< j to the bank's board of
tors
ej is vice president of
Southern Bell Telephone and Tele
; of Mr. and N'i. [fl idorfl Margulies, of Naranja,
and Lyle, will receive the Ner Tamid Award
lorris A. Skop. auxiliaiy chaplain at the Home-
tee Base. Since the parents are stationed at the
I brothers will be Bar Mitzvah at the Base Chapel
June 9, at the regular weekly service. Mr. and
ss will be hosts at the Oneg following the serv-
not only fulfilled the requirements for the Ner
in Jewish Scouting, but are honor students in
Shiran's Hebrew School.
graph Co and is
in the
South Ploiida area. His headquar-
,-i i ate al
1 he Si uth Fl ri ';i area is com-
imi !'. -ach,
ilialeah, Coral Gables and North
.liami districts ol Southern Bell,
including the territory south to
Key West
Sheffey joined Southern Bell
at Jacksonville after completing
his education at Baylor School
at Chattanor.-ja. He moved to
Miami in a higher capacity in
1940, and through the years has
advanced to positions of increas-
ing importance. He spent six
years at Miami and Miami
Beach, having charge of all com-
mercial operations at Miami
Beach for three year?. He then
was advanced to become district
manager at Pensacola. where he
vod from October, 1946, to
February, 1949.
tl ri- -:
. ... .
I
M was el ted \ ice pres
denl in August, 1965.
Shcffi j is on the board of di-
rectors for the American Red
. the Dadc Countj Chambei
i Commerce, YMCA, and South
Coral Gables Hospital, lie is a
member of the Citizens Board ol
the University of Miami. Commit-
ee of 21, Committee of 100, Greal
t Miami Fiesta Committee, and
the Rotary Club of Greater Miami
confirmation.
And ReeepftM
: Mosfte
i
n S '8 p.m.
i i c ifirmand: wi I
nerfi i Servii I
in se I interpret! "What
- Torah,": Leon Block. Rosa
i tbart, Abbey Kessman, Ann
Lampert, Susi Pepper, Jacki
Reiter, Ellen Stevens, Linda Tarn-
ber. Randy Wool.
Marly Martin, president of the
Congregation, will present con
Irmation certificates and the
book. "The Great Ages and Ideas
i| the Jewish People.'" to the cot
rirmands.
Cantor Seymour Hinkes will as
;-i in the service, Rabbi Richard
M, E. Marcovitz v. ;.ll deliver I
ie "i the confirmi
'
>nce i" rj
t National -nLs ol
and .,. _
ED
LAWItc.VCE B. S.'IE.-FEY
is also .c of the
2
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nd the Chase r I ral S i
ind i an \ ial io i will c
ior its ninth annual Patriotic Rally
mi Saturday. July 2, 7:30 p.m., al
the Miami Reach Auditorium.
Judge Henry ISalaban will be the
main speaker of the evening, [rv
ing Pietrack and his orchestra will
jve a concert at the stan of the
program. The invocation will !>'
given by Rev. R. Wile) Scott, ol
the Miami Heach Comnuinitj
Church. Councilman Joseph Malek
will sing the Star Spangled Ban
ner.
Special musical selections will
red by Donna Miller, ol
".airy College, Allen Gildersleeve,
ind Mrs. Henry Balahan. The
tenediction will be given by Rabbi
lenrj B. Wernick, of Temple
TilVn Ih Israel.
Joseph L. Goodman, rally
chairman and past president of
he Miami Reach Lodge, will also
Ipeak. Working with him are
Beorge W, Valentine, vice pres-
ident ol the Chase Federal Savings
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f kwHUnvrncMiiin
[uirion Attacks Eshkoi For
r)k to Minimum Bonn Aid
rage II-B
[ EM (JTA) A
go, Prime Minister Levl
I ,,i the agreement with the
I. ( an Government for a
IflOO.Oii' loan to Israel this year
I Monday by the Israel
hjtment. despite a bitter attack
la-Premier David Ben-Gurion.
Kr. Ben-Gurion said that "the
temiiH-f; oi Israel has humili-
I ji>,-; in accepting the loan,
[.sum i')tained. he contended.
filler than the amount pre-
.-._ mat'.".<: in which the negoti-
l- conducted has been
eful." The only reason for
| g pact with West Ger-
. o: the terms accepted by
Eshkoi. he said, was "Eshkol's
i:e t bolster the failing
.ill : his government."
f This.' he went on to say, "is
'her proof that Eshkoi is un-
ro be Prime Minister." He
rfaled formally for tha first
that Or. Konrad Adenauer,
he was Chancellor of West
rmar<. had pledged in 1960
[.end Israel $500,000,000. That
age. said Mr. Ben-Gurion,
givo to him by Dr. Ade-
^tr wen they conferred six
s ago at the Waldorf-Astoria
(I in New York. He said the
rey eat to have been used
development in the Negev
krt.
Bi .ui-ion's criticisms were
Other member.- of the
lading Y. Hasan, of
'/,. T.-ur. of Achdut
i representatives of
l present government's
attacked the man-
i the economic aid
German
talks were conducted with West
Germany, and Mr. flazan proposed
thai 00 further loans be accepted
from the Bonn Government. Agu
dath Israel also joined in attack-
ing Mr. Kshkol over the economic
aid pact.
Replying. Mr Eshkoi told the
house that the terms of the Ger-
man loan are favorable and con-
stitute "the first link in a chain of
future financial relations" with
the Bonn Government. Concedm*
the correctness of Mr. Ben-Gurion s
report about the agreement with
Dr. Adenauer. Mr. E-hkol said
that the terms stated by the for-
mer Bonn chancellor had not been
met. It took two years ol nego-
tiations to get the first installment
ol a S50.000.000 loan, he stressed.
The Prime Minister reiterated
his repeated contention that
West Germany has a moral ob-
ligation to aid Israel. He re-
ferred to the manner in which
he had told Dr. Adenauer here
two weeks ago of Germany's
moral obligation, but declared
that "inexact German transla-
tion" of his remarks made his
comment appear "much sharp-
er" than he had intended.
As part of his report to the
Knesset. Mr. Eshkoi also mention-
ed the agreement announced last
week for Israel's purchase of Sky-
hawk light bombers from the
United State- These planes, he
said, will 'complement vitally the
array of weapons possessed by Is-
rael's air force. The security
situation visa-vis our neighbors,"
he added, "has not been worsened
bj as much as one grain of sand."
Members of the cultural planning and recep- Jackson, Mrs. Joseph Zuckerman, Mrs. Ely
tion committee who will participate in the Malin, Mrs. Mayer Goldstein. Mi%, Solomon*.
Lebediker Branch Israel "Chai" celebration Parness. Banquet will be preceded hy.a cock-
on Sunday at the Algiers Hotel include stand- tail party at 6 p.m. Composer SrunuelTershko
will be featured, together with TdkW Waper,
ing (left to riqht) Morris Orenstein, Mrs. Morris
Forer, Mrs. Morris Tamres, Mrs. Abraham
Sack, Miss Frida Mailman, Mrs. Morris Lieber-
man, Mrs. Jerome Yesner and Joseph Rem-
inick. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Miriam
Halperin. Mrs. Albert Ricklin, Miss Sarah
opera sinqer, and a six-piece orchestra. Jos-
eph P. Zuckerman is branch president. Branch
chairmen are Maurice Forer, Ely Malin, Oscar
Shapiro and Solomon Parness. C
Dr. Wolhon in Talk
Final lecture in the series on
The Prolongation of Life" will be
given by Dr. Abraham Wolfson.
before the Spinoza > Forum for
Adult Education, which meets
every Thursday morning from 10
to 12 noon in the auditorium of
the Washington Federa
Washington A\e. Folk
CIY Recepttoif
For U.S. Official
Services For
Jules Arkin, 67,
Set for Thursday
Joseph I.. Arkin. pioneer build-
er, of 5101 Collins Ave.. died Ma\
24 at the age of 57.
A resident of the area for the
past 31 years, Mr. Arkin was orig-
inally from New York City. He Sonya Weiss, will perform. Ralph id(,n, Mls Mitchell Wolfson.
Council for InternationaTWsitors
of Greater Miami was"xo sBbnsor
a reception in honor of deputy As-
sistant Secretary of State. Richard
1234. Phillips, on Thursday. May 26,
singer. 4:30 pm.. at the home of CIV pre--
was founder, and served as pres-
ident of the Arkin Construction
Co., Inc.. from 1935. and was ac-
tive in many civic and religious
organizations in Miami Beach.
Mr. Arkin was honorary vice
president of Temple Beth Sholom,
Miami Beach, and belonged to the
Executive Club of Miami Beach
Burstein is chairman.
JWV Welcomes
New Members
News members were wel-
comed at the Abe Horrowitz Post
682. Auxiliary of the Jewish War
Veterans, last Thursday evening
LEGAi. NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
. ih, kiii
No. 70757-C
In UK
I.UMAX.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
: i and All i
1 '..i- A -lainst
Leader Says
id is Two-Way Street
. ... -'"". imi muiaudj v\eiiui- !l... i, nil.Is Aisnlnst
City of Miami Beach Zoning at Unified Hall, 2300 NE 171>t Si :
Board, and Hade County Building announced Mrs Stanley Warn '
examiners Board, brandt. incoming membership whieh > i nu> haw ...
K lh.. ...ui.. ..' \ I I'VIVhl'l1 '.*(.' I." _
|)\N (JTAi West Herman
. lister Gerhard Schroc-
( c in a speech in the.
trrii week that West
.; octed that the good-
shown in the success-
ations with Israel for an
|i id agreement would be
by Israel because
idwill must be bilati
I < bservers lure
s/-y,roedw was referring
the Israeli note to
I eek, reaffirming I>-
of the Oder N. isse
I Germany and Poland
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figure it...
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/ELCOME
FO GREATER MIAMI
|S WELCOME *
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W tha city, Ha arnica* aad
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X"MW like to subscribe
^Jewish FlorWion.
i mi out coupon and mail to
W.O. Bo, 2973, Mia-,. Fla
as the permanent demarcation line
between the two countris,
It was reported that there was
considerable anger in the Gov-
ernment about the note and its
timing, which coincided with the
completion of the economic aid
agreement. However, no official
announcement has been made
here because West German-Is-
raeli relations are considered as
still very delicate. Fears also
were expressed that rightwing
radical groups would make capi-
tal of Israel's stand on the Oder-
Neisse boundaries, which Ger-
many has never officially ac-
ct-o:ec.
In Israel, Dr. Rolf Pauls. West
conferred
jwith Aryeh Levavi, director-gen-
eral of the Foreign Ministry, and
requested official "clarification" of
1 the notes
West German newspapers hail-
ed the economic aid agreement
with Israel in t-ditorials which
Stressed trie therm- that Israel had
received special consideration and
should be aware of it.
The Trrierischer Volksfrennd
said that under the one-year agree-
ment, West Germany would not
provide any military aid to Israel,
a consideration that should be a
key factor in Arab reactions." The
editorial added that Israelis "ought
to be tokl that, as was the case in
the past, the grants made available
by Bonn far exceed the normal
meiasure of aid."
Handelsblatt-Deutsch* Zeihmg
of Oosseldor*. a business daily,
said that the; six* of th# credit
granted ls'**i "a is evid-
ence enough rHaf rh Factors'
GovexnmeT rakaa Hi ;-ot:'--
of Israei seriously."
D:.< Watt jii: ":'i>'i.isiaed
4 the aredita and i-
that lmtmii the nation* wluch.
receive economic aid from Bonn,
little Israel ranlo* only lielimd In
dia and ahuid of aB otttar national
sots >>r aartal inc (rom
Wuit Ger::
He i- survived by his wife, Mil-
dred V; three sons, Norman. Jules,
Stanley, all of Miami Beach; a sis-
ter, Mrs. \en Silver, of Los An-
geles. '. alii' ;
children.
Si ices wen
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was to .". n bo
CemeUtcx.
20-Ye Sidney J. Moses,
Dead at Aqe 49
n grand- d
her.
chairman.
Mrs. George Kahn. newly '
president, conducted the meeting,
tainment and refreshments
n. the get-to-
I
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Arts Evening
At Beth David
Beth Da-.id Fine Arts Commit-

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gation
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IF COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
NO FOR OADE COUNTY.
LORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 7W-

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'""''^- NOTICE TO CREDITORS
''" show. All art lediums \ r.-.iiiors ., .mi in
49. formerlj ...-., nics,
hvedat 6755 Ha
tion. Henrj iorrion, "' :iui eiuinm umi )-
. \> In. h v oil nm \ h.i
ach< r win- ki-okn'k kkanklin
many awards, will demon- iaxxixii i.n, >( i ......
on the potter's wheel. J^'^'nCurJ,
! Beach.
A rid War IT, and
h< ad compi and general
. i for Persh Aut( Rent-
als for eight years, Ml Moses v.as
a director of Variety Club Tent
I 39 and a delegate to the interna-
tional convention of Variet> I lubs
in Ixmdon, England,
Survivors include a broth
I Herbert, of Bayside, N.Y., and a
i sister, Mrs. Rose Blate, of Bay
Harbor Island.
Services for Vi Moses were held
1 at Riverside Normandy Dr. Chapel
on May 23, with burial in Lakeside
Memorial Park.
e nrogram will feature John
fori lei fan of the Univer-
hool o' Music, in
,i :. k on n> [ Music in an ,
ige of 1 Also on the
progra i s Lu< i ni loi i I, 19 year-
old tenor and l!Hi5 winner of thi
' i Music c lup Young Artist
Award, accompanied d>- his tcach-
er, Gei sell.
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ROSENFELD, Sivniucl, ,7.
Wayne 'w. > rvk>3 in
HIub, N.Y. H vei -Id-.
AZRIKAN. llo '. if 1^.10 S"A ^in'l
T-r 'Ii' ii Mi s-ervlces In
KELTCN, llutli I 41. of 3i"l KW
Tor., dl'-d -May 22. Riverside
COHEN, Mra, Anna, of 3SSS Indian
r- k'Dr.. died May 21. Ser\Ues In
Ilrooklyn. Riverside.
LrBLANC. irwln. 59, of 1193 Venetian
Way, died May ^'>. lllversld.'.
MELTZER. Borld, 77, of 218 Sanlil-
lane Ave., di.-d May 23. ilordnn.
SUCHMAN, Mr. Ella. 67. of 3^00
I'-ilMns ,\v- died May 22 Riverside,
LEPF. rln fuOl K Treas-
ure Dr..
RICHVAN ''0 BW
BRENNlEi'. '
A v.' lied Ma
i;abel
i .u. .-. lied Ma
uPANO, l'i
NATHENSON. '
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ALPERT. i:
8t died W
GROSSMAN. Hi 0 Jef-
ferson '. v
WEINTRAUB. ISO W, 4Ul
A VI-
LA EAR, I..... I '
a.vv died '" lj \i ''. -
Tifereth Jacob
Sets Graduation
On Friday. 7:30 P.m., combined
graduation and confirmation serv-
ices will be held at Temple Tif-
ereth Jacob.
Graduating from Hebrew School
are Jose Mitrani. Isaac Maya. Paula
Gross, Barbara Morris, Sunny Sus-
an Winer and Theodore Abramson.
Confirmands are Esther Eisen-
man. Paula Gross, Theodore Ab-
ramson and Alle:". Greenberi;
Sermons will be delivered by
Esther Ei-ienmar.. leader ar
edicto
Paula, i
in Hebrew by the
gradtu
The
in the Jus
Manny
and Terry
I .is |>rcivlded In .-
S, Florida Statute*, in III. ir ol
he i 'ounty Courtnonsi In 11 d
int}. I-'I. li.la. lihin .~i\ i nil
ntlis fr.-in the lime ..i the first
Inn in reof, or Hie name ill
barred.
..! in Miami. Florida, ibis ^rd
of Mas. A.D. IS66
HBRBKRT A. WAKRKX, .11:
Aa A.linliu~rini.u
First publication of mi.- notice on
L'Ttb day ..f Ma>. |66,
M!R A; WAltRKN
mej ( f. r Administrator
Vlnsley KuildiiiK
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 70602A
In RE Estate ..f
i.Niu'll M. STALLINOS
I K'c,sise,l.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persona
l Clalma or Demands Aaalnat
.-. .1 K-stato:
v.ui are hereby notified ami re-
quired to present an> clalnis and de-,
w i' H srhli M you mas baflhl usiiinst
i Si II M .sT.M,].l\'i;s,
Deceased, late >>f lh.' fount N *
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