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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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(Jewish Fllor Mian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
9 Number 22
Miami. Florida, Friday, June 3
Two Sections Puce ZQflf
Egyptian s Protest U.S. Sale
Of Tactical Aircraft to Israel
WASHINGTON (JTA) The it would have a "great effort on
Egyptian National Assembly has relations between the Arab and
submitted a protest to the Senate American peoples." The Assembly
and the House against the recent expressed the belief that the
l'nited States sale of jet bombers 'conscience" of Americans "re-
fuses to support the forces of ag-
tlBtKT V08SPAN
to o s/ow torn
The Assembly adopted a mot inn
informing Congress that the trans-
action was "a violent stab at the
heart of the Arab nation" and that
\form Leader Griddled
r Viet Nam Opinions
gression" in Israel
The protest expressed "strong
denunciation" of the United
States for providing Israel with
"offensive arms" when Israel
was "preparing aggression" for
its "expansionist plan." The As-
sembly warned that the United
States had "endangered peace
and security."
ON COMMUNIST DISCRIMINATION
Noted Theologian Flayed
For Criticism of Protests
INGTON (JTA) For
time in the Viet Nam
L'nited States Senator at-
lis week .the views of a
zanization which has exit-
United States and ap-
an early peace in the
Fhnmas J. Dodd. a member
Senate subcommittee on
security, denounced in a
Speech such appeals by the
American Hebrew Con-:
as. the Reform congrega-
Ddy.
r.rmecticut Democrat
n article by Albert Vor-
sDan in "American Judaism,"
the UAHC organ, which said
that "Jews are traditionally
fighters for peace" and that
Viet Nam is "not comparable to
Munich and Hitler." Sen. Dodd
deplored that position and said
such thinking had been "crit-
iciied by many Jewish leaders."
Specifically, the Senate cited as
The scholar mentioned spet':
fically the Conference of Pret
idents of Major American Jew-
ish Organizations and tha'
criticism was rejected by Dr.
Joachim Prinz, chairman of t+ie
President's Conference. The re-
tort this week was made by Rao
NEW YORK (JTA) Dr.
[Abraham J. Heschel. professor of
Jewish ethics and mysticism at |
'the Jewish Theological Seminary,
was accused of "demagoguery" in
making "unfounded and Lrrespon-
Egyptian Premier Muhyi Ad-Din sible charges" in his criticism of]
told the Assembly that the United the American Jewish community's1
States was suplying arms to Israel handling of the protests to the Sov- bi Israel Miller, chairman of the
although the United States "realiz-J'et Government on the discrimina- American Jewish Conference or-
es that these arms are aimed ;ion against its Jews. Soviet Jewry.
against Arab rights in Palestine.": Prof. Heschel criticized the pro-1 ..T- American iewish Conftf-
The arms, he added, would gran, of the American Jewish .J1^ iEffTJ^ tt?5
strengthen Israels aggressive community when he addressed the natjona| reliious
forces" and induce them to com-! convention of the Rabbinical As-
mit "further aggression." sembly. at Toronto. Continued on Page 2-A
Meanwhile. Assistant Secretary
of State Douglas MacArthur. II,
and secular y
a more typical and "perceptive" saj0 that the United States was
Jewish view, an article in the still pondering Egypt's request for
"Jewish Veteran" by Jewish War renewal of the aid agreement
Veterans executive director Mon which ends on June 30.
roe Sheinberg. who attacked the MacArthur also said, in a letter
Continued on Page 5-A
Continued on Page 3-A
Teens Want to Keep
Ties, AJC Study Says
PUCf OF RELIGION IN OUR POLICY
(JTA) Jewish was sponsored by the Wilkes-Barr;
typical urban Chapter of the American Jew is'-
late Department Explains Stand
In Personnel Assignment Abroad
TO ARMS
NEW YORK (JTA) The Rabbi Prinz and Phil Baum of the
State Department corrected this AJCongress.
week an "erroneous" statement by
NEW YORK
teen-agers in a
American community overwhelm-1 Committee and the Jewish Com
ingly desire to maintain and in-! munity Center of Wilkes-Barre.
tensify their Jewish identification. ] Most wanted to know more about
and have no intention of denying I Judaism and Jewish matters,
their Jewish heritage. This was though they were generally satis
among the findings reported this f'ed with the quality of the Jewish
week in a study made public by schooling which they had received,
the American Jewish Committee. )
The study, a survey of attitudes
and values as expressed by 225
teen-agers of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., Continued on Page 8-A
The findings further indicated
that synagogue attendance in
neinmettal
Payoff To
iazi Victims
USHINGTON (JTA) The
i i ttal German Arms work--.
enl ol a S74.200.tKIO arms
.el from the United States,
deposited 2.500.0011 marks
t 10) in a Frankfurt bank this
\k lo settle claims <>t survivors
"ime forced labor ai its
|n the 1: 11 Hi B'rith announced
this week.
William A. Wexler, B'nai
uli international president, said
money was deposited for the
nee on Jewish Material
Vgainsl Germany.
The firm had been severely
tn'iciied for a record of consist-
ent refusal to consider the
plaims of some 1,000 survivors,
niany of whom are now Amer-
ican citizens. It was indicated
phal the Rheinmettal compro-
ise agreement was a factor in
Ithe U.S. Defense Department's
[>-!. ision to give the German firm
Continued on Page 7-A
a Department official that religion
was a factor in assignment of dip-
lomatic personnel abroad. The is-
sue was raised In connection with
assignment of Jewish personnel
In Arab states
The correction was contained in
a letter to the American Jewish
Congress from William .1 Crockett,
Deputy Undersecretarj ol State
fin Administration. The May 10
lettei was released by Dr. Joachim
Prinz, former president oi the
AJCongress and now chairman ol
us international affairs commis
-ion The letter followed a confet
cine on the issue al the State
Department attended by Crockett,
The "erroneous" statement
was that of Assistant Secretary
of State Douglas MacArthur II,
in a January 14 letter to Rep.
Richard Schweiker, Pennsyl-
vania Democrat. MacArthur said
that the religion of State De-
partment employes was "regret-
tably a factor which cannot be
ignored in the case of certain
countries." Rep. Schweiker had
asked whether American Jews
were barred from diplomatic as-
signments in Arab countries.
ESHKOL, SHAZAR IN GREETINGS
Jewish Newspaper Chiefs
To Gather in Washington
American Jewish Press Associa- B'nai B'rith Headquarters buiUi-
lion will be meeting in Washing- ing, accordii .. to Morris .1 Janoff,
ton, D.C., this weekend. Problems president ol the organization.
of Jewish newspapers will be con- Congressmen and senators from
Crocket! said that MacArthur's sidered by publishers ol the na- ,|u. states .iDd areas where the
tion's leading English language
language "implies thai an
Continued on Page 11-A
Federation Dinner June 11
RISP0NSC TtRMID fXCfUflvT' PAGC 3-A
WCLfARt BODY FORMED PAGt 10-A
Greater Miami's Combined Jew-
ish Appeal for 1966 surged passed
the 87 percent mark this week as
CJA workers rushed to meet their
goal prior to the June ll victory
supper and dam.- at the Fontaine-
Mean Hotel.
General campaign chairman,
.lav I. Ki-lak. reported Wednesday
that less than S45.000 remain- to
!* raised to achieve this year -
goal ol SI.566.666 for some 50 lo-
cal, national and overseas agen-
cies.
"With the goal so close to be-
ing realized, we cannot afford to
relax our efforts at this time.
Again, I remind all of our work-
ers that even attaining the $1.-
566,666 will permit us to meet
Continued on Page 10-A
em- '...... > ............ newspapers are published were in-
Jewish publications at the associa- VM).() ,.,,,, a S1.,.(K1, reception
turns gathering scheduled for the Thursday nighl at the B'nai B'rith
cent.-:
The editor- and publishers will
be guests Fridaj evening al a re-
. ei tit n at the Israel E bas ij with
Ambassador Avraham Harman as
I."St.
Israel Prime Minister Levi
Eshkol this week greeted the as-
sociation gathering, declaring
that "the independent Ep.-jlish-
Jewish newspapers of the United
States uphold a proud journal-
istic tradition, reporting to Jew-
ish communities, large and
small, news and views of Jewish
interest.
"The prominent place these
, newspapers give to the Israel
Continued on Page 9-A
Weiss
Kiilak


Page 2-A
vJcnist fhridlicir,
Frida
Attorney Cutler
Reelected Prexy
Welfare Council
Attorney A. Budd Cutler has
heen reelected president of the
Welfare Planning Council of Dade
County. Cutler is a partner in the
firm of Cutler and F.fronson. in
Miami.
At the annual meeting of the
Council. Cutler said "that it is
imperative, in view of the large
Mini- of money spent by govern-
mental and voluntary agencies.
;hat an organization such as the
Welfare Planning Council, which
has an overall community view,
lasisl in the development of guide-
lines for those who are responsible
01 carrying out service programs "
Cutler attended the University
of Miami and received his law
degree in 1950, com laude. He
was case note editor, Miami Law
Quarterly. He also has a BA
degree in business administra-
tion from the University of
Maryland.
Noted Theologian Flayed
For Criticism of Protests
I^lisjj
limitations of a
are best ^
utia -
4 ram. we
cause of the Jews of R
Pro,
Continued from Pago 1-A
our message is getting through to [ ?
the Soviet Government."" the f
ganizations that are its compon- statement concluded:
ents. is the organized voice of the __________________
American
A. BUDD CUTltR
Cutler served with the combat
nfineen in the European theatre
luring World War II.
Active in numerous civic organ-
zations. Cutler has served as pre*
dent of the YMHA of Greater
Miami, as president of Cutler
'\\dne Civic Association, and as
'resident of the Junior Chamber
f Commerce. He was a member
if the board of directors of the
Miami Beach Bar Association, and
he is presentl) serving on the
toard of the Community retorts
mi Foundation for ill 2. on the
ird of the Greatt i Miami Task
and the honorary hoard
'i Hope Sch
Otl eted to the
rVelfi i r ,,
Mrs M. M.
" Stai ; "

- I. Mack
WC Branches
Hear Reports
Max Gleiberman. Branch 699;
Max Greenbergi Branch 1059: Hai-
ry Schuldiner. Branch 1050; and
Mrs. Ida Poston. Branch 1050, gave
reports to branch members on
Sunday at a special meeting of
Branch 699.
Additional reports will be given
at Miami Beach Branch 692 on
Sunday. 8 p.m.. at 25 Washington
Ave, Members and friends of the
Workmen's Circle are invited to
attend and learn about the various
recommendations made at the
Workmen's Circle convention in
New Vork
Meyer London Branch 28 will
meet on Friday, 8 p in at Miami
leral, 755 Washington
Ave Ri adii gs of > iddish authors
by mem!
i h
Jewish community to
register its great concern for the
fate of Soviet Jewry. Both collec-
tively, and individually, we have
dedicated ourselves to a continuing
campaign to obliterate the religi-
ous and cultural discriminations
that engulf Russia's three million
Jews." Rabbi Miller said.
"We invite Dr. Heschel to join
with us in this great work, rather
than level unfounded and irrespon-
sible charges, as he recently did.
.against one of the constituent
agencies of the Conference on Sov-
iet Jewry '
The statement continued: "Even
a respected scholar of such emin-
ence as Prof. Heschel has the re-
sponsibility of knowledge of the
facts before engaging in such vo-
cal demagoguery-
"Further, while not denying
him the right of his own opinion,
it should be noted that he is a
member of at least two groups,
representing the religious group-
ing with which he is affiliated,
that are participating members
of the American Jewish Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry."
Pointing out that the Confer-
ence ha> reason to believe -that
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vJewist Fkridian
Page 3-A
Histadrut Slates Gov. Leader Tuesday
Jacob Rifkin, Miami Beach
philanthropist, is chairman of the
Greater Miami Assembly for the
American Histadrut Development
Foundation banquet scheduled for
Tuesday evening at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
Former Gov. of Pennsylvania
George M. Leader will be
p;il speaker at the event.
fu1 ^tein- executive director of "In this period, the Foundation
the National Committee for Cabor|has amassed nearly $8 million in
Leader as a
Israel, will join Gov.
principal speaker.
The Assembly will mark the fifth
anniversary of the Histadrut
Foundation, which was launched
here with the aid of the late
princi- Yechiel Lesowoder, Rabbi Leon
Kmnish and other Histadrut sup-
uiikin also announced that Dr.|porters.
Ralph Glixman Is the
itual leader of Tem-
Olcm. Rabbi Glixman
: his pulpit duties on
day. He previously
;:t Temple Belh Tov
iii.
T Open House
[Set for Sunday
v.'HA ol Greater Miami,
'i SI will open its doors
re Miami communit) on
iy. announced President
e There will be no fees
- to anyone who would
ise the facilities on that
Response to Victory
Celebration Excellent
of Greater Miami; Sam Lachman,
secretary; Abraham Rovinsk>.
long-term commitments," Rifkin chairman of the Labor Zionist Di-
declared in announcing the June 7 [vision: and Mrs. Jennie Grossinger.
function. "This sum will provide Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, Abra-
future funds for the many health, ham Grunhut. Marvin Cooper, and
welfare and cultural institutions of Moshe Berman, executive director
Histadrut. which serve the vast of the Greater Miami Histadrut.
majority of the population of Is-
rael," he said.
Rifkin explained that the Foun-
dation's programs range from sim-
ple wills and bequests to annuities
and life income funds.
"Response to the Fun with Fed-
" theme ol ..... 28lh annual
meeting has been excellent,"
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Wednesday as he | ,1 sev-
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June 11 Combined Jev ish Appeal
victor) dance at the Fontain
Hotel.
Smith emphasized thai there
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business "kept to a minimum
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Fred K. Shochet, nominating com-
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U.S. Jet Sale
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Volume 39
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Friday. June 3, 1966
15 Sivan 5726
h-e* Years I'Z 00
Number 22
Ben-Gurion Teaches
A Lesson All His Own
Mi. Ben-Gurion's attack on Prime
Minister Eshkol last week is proof
that the old campaigner never had
cny intention cf keeping quiet, not
even in the face of his Rafi defeat
Eunng the recent nolional election.
As Ben-Gurion sees it, the S40
million loan this year from West
Germany is proof that "the Govern-
ment of Israel has humiliated itself."
The charge comes at a strange
tme smack in the wake of Konrad
Adenauer's visit, during which Dr.
Adenauer and Eshkol exchanged
seated words at a luncheon in Jerus-
alem over the manner in which te-
rcel must henceforward conduct
.-.erseli toward Germany and things
German.
It was the Prime Minister's view.
and emphatically expressed, that
.-.ere are too many things Jews gen-
erally should not be expected to
forget. Dr. Adenauer replied that
Germany's unbroken evidence of
good-will toward Israel spoke for
itself, that rehabilitation was a two-
vcy street, and that if Jews could not be ex-
rected to forget, they should nevertheless make
a better effort to he civil.
In fact, the former West German Chancellor
suggested that Mr. Eshkol's attitude, publicly
expressed during his visit to Israel, was c per-
iect example of what is not civil.
A second luncheon in Jerusalem, prior to
Dr. Adenauer's departure, was made necessary
in order for the two leaders to patch up their
lift, if only for public relations consumption,
and to sweep their mutually heated words
under the table.
The visit came as a consequency of the
ongoing friendship between Dr. Adenauer and
Mr. Ben-Gurion, whose guest Dr. Adenauer
was. In the face of all this. Ben-Gurion is now
slapping at the Prime Minister for knuckling
under too cheaply to the Germans.
As Ben-Gurion again and again reminds us.
he had been promised a S500 million loan
torn Bonn by Dr. Adenauer during a meeting
between the two heads of state in New York
back in 1960. Therefore, to slam the point home,
the S40 million loan for 1966 "is further proof
that Eshkol is unfit to be Prime Minister."
All of which causes us to wonder, did Mr.
Eshkol learn Dr. Adenauer's lesson taught him
in Jerusalem too well? Did Ben-Gurion, in his
usually cavalier way, fail to profit by it at all?
Whctever the answers to these and other
questions, one thing seems certain: David Ben-
Gurion is a long way off from speaking his
final word on the German question and, in-
deed, on the fi'.ness of any isreeii Prime Min-
jstei save himself.
Need for Ultimate Honesty
Look Magazine's article on Pope Pius XII,
r:. Robert Leiber, S.J., is c. r-orr.plete turn-
about from the trend established cs a conse-
quence of th Rolf Hochhuih play called "The
Deputy." and even well before that.
Fr. Leiber s article suggests that not only
did the Pope show deep concern and anxiety
for the fate of European Jewry, but that he spent
his personal fortune in order to help save as
many Jews from Nazi immolation cs he pos-
sibly could.
Now the Fr. Leiber article in Look offers a
view that is precisely opposite. It seems that
much more than this article will be needed as
evidence before the two sides can be consid-
ered as equivalent contenders. Too much nega-
tive opinion and fact exist that thus far appear
effectively to negate this newer and somewhat
sensational contention.
Dr. lipschitz at the Helm
The community takes the occasion to con-
gratulate Dr. Max Lipschitz on the occasion
o: his assumption of the presidency of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Association.
Since his arrival in Miami. Dr. Lipschitz has
done more than to stand at the spiritual helm
of Beth Torah Congregation. While it has bur-
geoned positively and healthfully under his
guiding hand. Dr. Lipschitz also brought his
creative capabilities to a variety of Jewish
communal tasks, both religious and secular,
to reflect his laudable involvement in the affairs
of our city.
The Rabbinical Association can look for-
ward to another year of successful endeavor
. Dr. Lipschitz at th< ucceed .- out-
president, Ra E. Caplan, of
Sky lane Synagogue.
Dr. Heschel Speaks Out
The revered theologian. Dr. Abraham
Joshua Heschel. made an interesting point in
his address before the 66th annual convention
of the Rabbinical Assembly of America in
Toronto.
It was Dr. Heschel's feeling that ecumenism.
which he recognizes cs a profoundly positive
development in our time, has led to ecuallv
profound negative tendencies. The negative
his view, is ecumenical nihilism.
We agree that the ecumenicci spirit was
.rrended, in the broadest sense, merely to
serve as a new and never tried means of es-
tablishing closer relationships among Chris-
tians and their non-Chris!-an neighbors. This,
of course, includes the Jews, with whom
Christianity has had a shockinoly scd and
historically cruel he for nearly two-thousand
years.
But as Dr. Heschel sees it, ecumenism seems
to have become the late missiveness. Instead of us*ng the movement
as a means of breaking down the previously
implacable and seemingly irreconcilable dif-
ferences amona pecples and their religions.
there :s now a growina tendency to jump off
en this heady philosophy toward less happy
ought: all possibly fcest ex^me'ified
i -.- oleeale
-de.
Ihe week
.. as i see ii
by LEO MINDLIN
RANDOM THOUGV-
during the week *&
have run
some.' hi
verj I, s
bition 5]
ernor Hit
ioning
High h (
N"'\c-h. ..-
life are r.<
of thi sages, they should at least serve
quince. High must bo hold accountable for thi
acceptance of the Democratic nomination It's i
Stuff of another man's creative talent and ti
assoc;ation with it. Politicians, particularly, ar< |
of placing their excellence in space and time.
What candidate hasn't quoted Washington
Witam or Roosevelt? It is. however, quite anoth
quote marks are brazenly ignored asjjavoi li
election night, urging Florida to "let us begir. .,r. if k,
brazenly contended, his program would not be concluded
administration: a forecast by its very nature pre,
achievements. President Kennedy may still be a martvi
at all sure these words of his as yet bear the indeli
except as a subliminal recollection of the fabuli
fate dealf a dirty blow so that he did not. in thi
ever after.
It was therefore mandatory that Mayor High. .
to his own most heated ambitions unless even he
absurd to put himself in that kind of compan> a: this i
ently. he did find it at least uncomfortable enough u
publicly with such poetical intention. But fantasy final'.'
when in anonymity, quite as if the words were hi- own he
stay his ravenousness from filching the spirit of an i
soul.
KtCOUiaiON Of A HOTBL HAIL tHCOUNTt*
COME WILL SAY it was all an accident But wi- \\ an ac-
** him several days later to talk about "getting Floi di
even better, to imitate to perfection the famous Kenni
photograph which portrays the late President at tr, i960 "'
convention microphones'." Perhaps summer is setting in too
for tolerance to continue at winter's more gracious
truth is that this is a poseur's pretense which, at be si can be
less than irksome .

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NOTE ON A GERMAN:

Reference to Franz Jo?- : Stra ui tbe
daily press over the weekend reminds me. ir.t ;ui Ij 'of''- +.(
encounter with him in the lobby of a Haifa hotel higl
Mediterranean. The chairman of the ( hristian Social
emerged from a tumultuous scandal in West Gi
and hence schooled in the spirit of Hitlerian Nazism S
defense minister in 1962 arrested Rudolf Augsteii publisl of tbe
highly influential Spiegel.'' for what he calk.
Augstcin had done neither more nor less tl j 0|
Strauss An aroused Germany, extremely sensitivi to the i ,.
democratic tactic- that attempted in Third Reich :,.),,
mist the freedom of th< press, demanded a farlu
tion Strauss, his ambition momentarily fanned bi
himself and the fact that Hitler and the Nal
oyed back in 1945 i ir pi I
tempting to test thi here His am
fascism Ir art; cas ed under oath, ii
to d with the | ci raids on Au
By the timi
ei gaged in mei his fences By then alsi
!id in wresting conl the I s; as hi I -
IN ."fTSOSPfCT it DOtS NOT UAUtU
I SAW STRAUSS in the lobby, in the balls, at a seveninI
Israeli breakfast sideboard filled with a variet) of fish......
and cold garden vegetables Wherever he Stra sur-
rounded by his own strongarm corps, plus visitii pert
tesy of Mr Ben-Gurion. When I approached hin his mi
tourage snarled He covered his Bavarian teeth with a -mile
and waved them aside His visit to the country har. aroused lutragc
everywhere. Posters appeared almost simultaneous^ throi lout th
country, reading in equivalent Yankee Go Home fashion
Strauss."
Why had he come to Israel" The answers wen then, ai I remain
today, varied and speculative It seemed an apt expressn : Ben
Gurion's increasingl) frank courtship of German dfpTomafc re"co$
nition But it also marked the calendar of thtr. Fofetgo ^t.iiMstt*
Golda Meir's angn announcement to the world of Iht 6IJ &
West German scientists at work in Cairo on nucleal and -one's
Strauss, apart from his CSU chairmanship, had no olfiaal capamy.
What could either he or Israel hope for"
In the case of Ben-Curion. perhaps it was hi- o I
exaltation by association, for the government spared n ett i
and dine the visitor, including guarded trips to Israti ato -f
laboratory and nuclear reactor at Dimona In the rasi SI i
possibly it was the ne\ercnding need of the pig TO del
kosher split hoof in the most ad\antage What did Str; ;0 me during 0U1 ei IU J
our Haifa hotel"* Remembering that he lieci tx i
quio 'he >ear before. I can only conclude in reti fcl I 9
not matu r ~
A fAMIUAR SUtJlCT IMBUUSMD
VHAi vLD B4.ACN MAGIC AGAIN: A fri
she was glad I fmallj "finished" with tbe '>
and a half columns were er
!'' Here comes .. succulent
iii. Guild's director. Dr. Arturo di Filli; hty active thc-t
da>> on his subscription telephones in preparatioi lot w
Jewish members of the Guild are complaining tn;.! thej
uceiving calls from Dr. di Fillipi during which hi flatly a
thiir scats will no longer be available to them When the> reply m
amazement that they have been buying these seats for years, th
impresario comes up with something like this:
Because of the nasty old Jewish community, the Opera GuiM
can no longer hold functions at "certain places.' a petulant euphem-
ism for clubs with anti-Semitic membership policies Thi- '"til's 'o
make the Guild's fund-raising activities that much harder The
reasoning here should escape any rational being. As a COI
the Jewish'' scats are being given over to patron.- uni
usly Gentile by implication who ha'
Then, thi After all
' the thildn n of < hrisl who reallj
children of IsnK
Of com dren of Israel ca.
nee .


The lfth anniversary of the State of Israel is
currently being celebrated throughout the
worlc Here U where it all started the study
of Dr. Theodor Herzl in Vienna. Austria, where
the father o modern political Zionism wrote
"Der Judenstaat." He received the plaudits of
the world'* major leaders, and at one time
was offered all of Palestine by its Turkish
keepers for a sum in small excess of $50 mil-
lion. He could not interest Jews sufficiently to
raise it. Dr. Herzl died at the tender cge of 41.
literally burned out from his exhaucting en-
deavor in behalf of his solution to anti-
Semitism.
A
A DIVISIOM OP
Tnekicim
TITLE
Reform Chief
Views Flayed
Continued from Page 1 A
Vorspan views and sought to justi-
fy the morattf. of our current
commit~ent" in Viet Nam. Sen.
Dodd Introduced Into the Senate
speech i".e text of the JWV stand.
He also said ha believed that
most religious sentiment Pro-
testant. "athol;c and Jewish en-
dorsed the United States stand. He
singled out for particular criticism
a sentti:* in t!:tf Vorspan article
that tht "immoraUtj of Ameiican
actions in Viet Nam arises from
our peculiarly American brand oi
jbsessiv. anti-Communism."
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Friday, June 3
196S
Rabbinical Assn. Installation Slated
^or of
and spi.
al N shi\ a Univer-
H..- to be
aker at
-dilation (
monies of the
Bter Miami
A--
tn on Thurs-
laj night at
Beth Torah Con-
Dr. M a x A
-chitz. spirit-
h d'ler of
3eth Torah. was
o be installed as
.dent of the
Rabbinical Asso-
.on. succeed-
_ Rabbi Jor.ah E Caplan. spi-
>f Sk> Lake Consre-
Dr. lipschifz
Other officers are Dr. Irving
Lehrrrian, Temple Emano-EI,
vice president; Dr. Samuel Jaffe.
Temple Beth El "of Hollywood,
treasurer; and Rabbi Morris
Kipper, Temple Judea, secret-
ary.
A highlight of the evenin. wu
to be the presentation of merit
awards to current presidents of all
member congregations by Dr.
I.i-hrman.
Chairman of the program as
to be Dr. Herbert Baumgard. of
Temple Beth Am Others sched-
uled were Rabbi Sol Landau, Beth
David, invocation; E\' aid Ziffer.
president, host congregation, wel-
come: Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Tem-
ple Zioa presentation to outgoing
officers: Rabb; Jonah Caplan. Sky
Lake, report of outgoing president
Greetings were to be offered by
Joseph M Lipton, president of the
Menorah Set to Install
Rosen for Fifth Term
cere-
. i : M n lh m K bv \n< -
:tli a spcc:ai book <>i ;
8:30 p.m ::'' :i:">-- ":
V, Fontainebleau Hotel. mP,e Menoran > Israe
B.-nd
dinner at which Mr. and Mrs
Rosen were the honoree-
Mr. Shimon Yallon, Israel's
consul general for the South-
eastern United States, will make
the presentation, and will also
bid farewell to Greater Miami
prior to his return to Jerusalem
for reassignment by Israel's
Foreign Office.
Temple Menorah will present the
out-going consul general with an
Awai I v. pr-eciation "for his
: Gr< ater
mmunilj
iter Miami Jewish Fi-deration.
to b herd was f!;ibbi Solo-
mon Schiff. of Beth El C
tion and executive vice president
of the Rabbinical Association, in
a report on the chaplaincy pro-
gram
Program of musical selections
has scheduled Cantors David Con-
riser. Beth Sholom: Abraham Seif.
president of the Greater Miami
Cantorial Association. Knesseth Is-
rael: Zvi Adler. Temple Emanu El:
Jacob G Bornstein. Temple Is-
rael: Ernest Steiner. Temple Beth
Sholem of Hollywood: Yehuda
Heilbraun. Temple Sinai of Holly-
wood: and Jacob Renzer. Beth
Torah
Dr. Joseph R. Narot, of Temple
Israel of Greater Miami, was to
be installing officer. Rabbi
Mayer Abramowiti, of Temple
Menorah, was to offer the bene-
diction.
From 1934 to 1942 Dr Stitskin
served a- rabb: ition
Beth Israel in Warren. O In 1943.
he li r of the
Beth
N Y lie v rabbi '
entei I Philadel]
-.95i to |
Dr Stitskin is author of "Ju-
'.- .. Phi lost ;>h>." pubiis
bj the Bernard Revel Graduate
School of Yeshiva University.
He is also the author of a col-
. in of -ermons. "Judaism as a
Religion," and has served as edi-
tor of the Sermon Manual" of the
Rabbinical Council of America He
If j contributor to the "National
Jewish Monthly." and other pe-
riodicals and is editor of the uni-
versity's "Studies in Torah Ju-
daisra." Studies in Judaica." and
co-editor of Tradition."
His column. "From the Pages of
Tradition." appears regularly in
Trad
DR. UOH JT/TSrfW
Dr. Stitskin is active in th. \
affairs of the ZionM OrC
fon of America, Mhr.ch'i ^
Amencan Jewish Congre
B'nal BvitVHe ;, a member J
I rew Y-:k sta,e B^ o-
Equality m Education, as ..
American Academy >0, Jew,V
Research ane American phl
losophical Society.
In 1950. Dr Stitsku went tola
rael on behalf ol
Zionist Council and I
sional Committee of the Zion
Council of Upstate Nev Yorl
on his return, his Repon [,
rar-1" was read into the (
sional Record of the 81st ( -3.t.
on Israel's Independence Lay h.
Sen. Kenneth B. Keatins
Dr. Stitskin. in 1962. went to Los
Angeles to help establish Yeshiva
University's West Coast Institute
of Jewish Studies and served tr. it,
head for two years
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*Jewist fhridiaiti
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Rheinmettal Paying Nazi Victims
Continued from Page l.A
the contract for production of
Khcinmctall the contract.
B'nai B'rith objection was based
on refusal by Rheinmetall to ac-
Thc The SUte Department then ad-
vised B'nai B'rith of its batereet
in an equitable solution of the dis-
pute. Rheinmetall is the fifth West
cept "any moral or legal obliga- German firm to settle such claim:-.
Last February. B'nai B'rith pro- tion" or enter into any discussion Others are Krupp, I. G. Farjx'i..
tested to the State and Defense De-' for "even token payments" to sur- A.E.T.-Telefrunken and Siemen-
partments against the plan to give vivors. Ilalske.
JFK MEMORIAL NEARS COMPLETION OUTSIDE JERUSALEM.
Kennedy Memorial Nears Completion;
JNF Plans Pilgrimage to Jerusalem
By Special Report
On tlie hills of Judea. 14 miles
nuth of Jerusalem in Israel, the
finishing touches are being put on
r-ne of the world's most impres-
sive memorials to John F. Ken-
nedy a circular. 60-ft. high struc-
ture, visible on a clear day from
as far away as 40-mtlc distant Tel
Aviv.
This imposing memorial is be-
ing constructed by the Jewish Na-
tional Piuid. with the support of the
the Jewish community of the
Jewish community of the United
States, and it takes the form of a
massive trunk on a giant tree, cut
off before its prime, just as the il-
lustrious career of the late Presi-
dent was severed on that black
Friday. November 22. 1963.
The Jewish National Fund of
America has arranged a PHRrim-
age to Israel for the dedication of
the memorial on July 4. 1966, and
several hundred Americans from
nil parts of the country already
signified their intention to parti-
cipate in the event.
At M*) inauguration of the
memorial, thousands of partici-
pants are expected from all over
the world. Among them will be
members of the Kennedy family.
Chief Justice Earl Warren of the
United States Supreme Court
and Mrs. Warren, American and
-sraeli Government officials, and
other leading personalities in
American life.
The memorial is girded round
with 51 concrete pylons, each
vsxm.
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bearing the emblem of one of the
50 states of the union and the Dis-,
trict of Columbia. A single shaft
of light from an opening in the
saw-toothed roof falls upon a bust
of President Kennedy, placed in
an otherwise empty chamber.
Through 50 glass windows between
each of the encircling pylons, the
majestic hills of biblical Judea are
visible. On the walls of the cham-
ber, excerpts from the late Pres-
ident's major public utterances
are being inscribed.
A huge forest is also being
planted by the Jewish National
Fund on these barren hills, to be
called the John F. Kennedy Peace
Forest. Dedicated to the concept
of world peace and to the bonds
of friendship between the people
of Israel and the U.S.A.. the mil-
lions of trees of the forest are be-
ing contributed by Jews and non-
Jews, and will constitute an ever-
green backgroiuxl to the memorial.
The Jewish National Fund,
which has initiated the project
and is responsible for its execu-
tion. is Israel's land development '
and afforestation agency. The
memorial design by Israeli archi-
tect, D. Reznik, won first prize in ,
a nationwide architectural com-
petition, and has been acclaimed
as an original and powerful work,'
of art.
Reception Honors
Sinai Confirmands
Rabbi Daniel M. I.owy offi-
ciated at Temple Sinai confirma-
tion and graduation exercises on
Sunday. 10 a.m.. at F.Iks Hall.
1. o w e I I Fisher. instructor,
distributed the diplomas. Irving
Jacobsen. educational director.
presented Bibles to the students,
and Dr. Stanford Cooke. president,
accepted the class gift to the tem-
ple.
accept the class gift to the temple
A reception in honor of the
students followed the ceremonies.
Confirmands are David, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brenner.
Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. David
Goren, Tom. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Isadore I,asensky, Leslie, son of
I Mr. and Mrs. Harold I.icberman.
! Carl Wells, Paul Wells, sons of
I Dr. and Mrs. George Jaeobson.
Members of the temple choir,
' led by Cantor Chet Gale, with Hy
Fried, organist and choir director,
i include Mrs. Chet Gale. Mrs. Nor-
I man Gitlitz, Mrs. Harry Goldberg.
Mel Grayson, Harold I.icberman.
Mrs John Ostrom, William Rob-
erts. Harold Shopmaker.
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MRS. RICHARD BRICKMAN
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MRS. FRANCES ENTINE
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WALTER FALK
MRS. AARON FARR
PAUL FASKE
MRS. CHARLES P FEINBERG
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MRS. DOROTHY K. FINK
DAVID B. FLEEMAN
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LOUIS E. GOLDMAN
SAM GOLDMAN
MRS. SOL GOLDSTEIN
OR. ELLIOT GORDON
JACK D. GORDON
PAUL R. GORDON
DR. .PHILIP GOTLIEB
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MAURICE GUSMAN
MRS. TRUDY HAMERSCHLAG
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DANIEL NEAL HELLER
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RICHARD HORWICH
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MRS. CARL WEINKLE
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MRS. HOWARD R. SCHARLIN
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MRS. ROBERT SHAPIRO
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HARRY SIMONHOFF
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MRS. MILTON SIRKIN
MRS. HARRY B. SMITH
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BYRON J. TOPOL
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MRS. HOWARD TRINZ
STANLEY S. WATTS
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J"FPH WFINTRAUB
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A. B. WIENER
DR. EARL L. WIENER
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MRS. OSCAR ZELTZER
HARRY ZUKERNICK
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(These are subject
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JAMES M. ALBERT
MRS. MOHRIS ALPERT
RABBI SHIMON AZULAY
MILTON BALSAM
MRS. NAT BARTH
RABBI HERBERT M. BAUMGARD
MRS. RUTH BERGER
MYRON M. BEHRMAN
PHILIP BERKOWITZ
MAX BODERMAN
LIONEL BOSEM
LOUIS BRESLER
JAMES BRESLOW
MRS. ROSE L. BROWN
CHARLES CHARCOWSKY
MAX COGEN
ISIDOR A. COHEN
JOSEPH COHEN
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DR. MICHAEL GOODMAN
MRS. MLTON S. GREEN
MRS. MARSHALL S. HARRIS
MORRIS HONIGBAUM
ELI HURWITZ
ISAAC DONEN
LEON A. EPSTEIN
MRS. AARON FARR
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SAM FEINSTEIN
ANSLEE R. FERDIE
MAURICE J. FINEGOLD
LEON D. FISHER
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MRS.. SAMUEL FROMMER
EFRAIM H. GALE
SEYMOUR GELBLR
ANDREW A. GELLER
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MRS. LEO GELVAN
SAMUEL GERTNER
BEN GILLER
MRS. BURTON B. GOLDSTEIN
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MRS. GEORGE ISRAEL
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MRS. IRVING KAPLAN
JACK KATZMAN
MORRIS KAUFMAN
ALAN KESSLER
ALLEN KORNBLUM
ISIDOR H. KRAMER
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MRS. FLORENCE KUPPERMAN
MRS. JESSE LE VINE
MORRIS LEVITT
MRS. ELEANOR LIPTON
LEONARD LURIA
GEORGE MALIN
BERNARD MANDLER
MRS. MOSES MEYER
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MRS. EDWIN OPPENHEIM
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JACOB RIFKIN
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MRS. CHARLES ROSENBERG
RALPH ROSOFSKY
STUART ROTHCHILD
MRS. DONALD RUBIN
LOUIS RUDNICK
IRVING SAAL
HARRY SACKS
MICHAEL SALMON
PHILIP SCHIFF
IRVING SCHATZMAN
MRS. SIDNEY M. SCHWARTZ
LOUIS SCHWARTZMAN
PAUL SEIDERMAN
MRS. R. LOUIS SEITLIN
MRS DAVID SERNAKER
JACK SHENKMAN
SAM I. SILVER
MRS. LAWRENCE SILVERMAN
MORRIS SIMON
JOSHUA Z. STADLAN
EDWARD STERN
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
LEWIS STERNSHEIN
HAROLD STRUMPF
CLIFFORD SUCHMAN
GEORGE TALIANOFF
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MRS. IRVING WEXLER
SAMUEL WIENER
DR. SIMON WILENSKY
DR. CELIA WOHL
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*Jenit fhridfrnr
lust 3
1966
Local leaders of the Zionist Organization of America discuss
results of the 28th annual conference of the Southeast Region
cf the ZOA in Miami Beach, held Decoration Day week-
end, May 27 to 30. at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Left to right are
Harold Shapiro. Andre Bialolenki. Mortimer May, past na-
Jewish Teacher
Shortage Grows
Bureau Reveals '
" '*""' ,,.
regions and Hebr- ;"fleLd
ors in Southern Fl
Joseph Cohen, presiri
Bureau of <
stressed the nt.d for l"""n-
of teacher talent to fi|j )}***
shortage of ,eacher ,."cal
ish communitv.
tional president of the ZOA; Jacgues Torzyner, national pres-
ident of the ZOA; S'dney Raymond, chairman of the confer-
ence; Isaac Donen, Joseph E. Jacobson, Albert E. Ossip, Ben
Giller. Gil Rappaport, Max Parness, Sam J. Perry and Leon
May. president of the ZOA Southeast Region.
Teen-Agers Seek Ties to Judaism
Continued from Page 1-A
Wilkes-Barre. both among the
reen-agers and their parents, is
limited to the High Holy Days.
:< the synagogue is to have a
-'ore meaningful role in the life
c' the teen-agers, the report
suggests, parents will need to
i-*end weekly services more
'egularly.
Dr Irving i^ck-. Pennsylvania
Ptate (Jniversitj psychologist, who
'.- -ducted the study, added that a
de-emphasis of the Bar Mitzvah
mony was advisable "in order
t: counter the tendency for it to
I- seen as a terminal point'* of
vtekly synagogue attendance
The teen-agers indicated ,:
L'.g of security in relation to non
agers. and expn
is free of the ftar of'
d hip i atterns an lai
to Je ish teei

14 percent : -h-.-
the stud;
-i i <) dating nor
rs. and two-third* of them -
had dated non-Jev Somi
.; over one half, however
- ted the idea of ir.tennarr..
The survey revealed virtually
unanimous agreement that be-
ef in God was essential to being
Picnic Features
Pood and Games
Temple Judea Brotherhood an
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starting at 11 am.. at Mathe
n Hammock.
Dr. Fred J. Witkoff. president.
ounces a full day of fun. food
games for children and par-
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a good Jew. However, only a
minority of those surveyed felt
that observance of Jewish diet-
ary laws, attendance at weekly
services, support of Israel, or
contributing to Jewish philan-
thropies was essential to being
a good Jew.
This decline of interest in tra-
ditional Jewish patterns, the sur-
vey warned, may -presage a mas-
sive turn toward assimilation." Dr.
Jacks jgest< u that this was a
"plausible reading of the signs,
particularly so if Jewish communal
life fails to provide the Jewish
teen-ager with positive models and
positive values to undergird their
Jewish identity, in order that it
may be seen by the Jewish teen
ager as having relevance to his
life in contemporary America."
Dr. Jacks suggested, in summar-
izing the study, that "the focus of
community efforts to enrich the
Jewish identity of the teen-agers
should he centered on meeting this
need Thus, we nave recommended
prog mming of post-Bar Mitzvah
Jewi : teen
emhasizing the social-scientific as
pects of Judaism history and
philosophy o: Judaism, modern
a- distinguished
from a theological or ritualistic
ct."
This recommendation is being
implemented in Wilkes-Barre,
where a trained social worker
with specialized experience in
Jewish life has been added to
the staff of the Jewish Commun-
ity Center to help organize such
a program. It will consist of
post-Bar Mitzvah Jewish educa-
tion with and for teen-agers.
Tin plan, one of the lust efforts
"I its kind in this country, was
worked out by Jewish community
parents and rabbi- in
Wilkes Barre, in cooperation with
the Centei and the American Jew
ish Committee chapter
Scarcity of t.echer p.
ex.sts in Hebrew. Sunda,
and preschool depart-
Jewish schools, he saic
The Bureau's annual :
Jewish teachers has beer
recently, said Cohen. 7
are available to Jewish
Greater Miami through i
Placement Department
eluded.
Members of tht place
mittee are Mrs Josht
Dr, Isaac Untermi -.. RV
Azulay,- and i.(.... sc
Chairman i- i .... >,[-,
: .lew.
'>nnel
School,
mti of
-try of
Wished
*se lists
>ools in
"eacher
'' con-
it com-
>tadlan,
shimnn
irtzman.
Sholem Aleichem Ce/ebraff
MONTREAL JT.V
50th anniversai
Sholem Aleicl
orated here al .
Univei tj
by the noti d
lecturer, Ms .
atic prc.-t ntai
from the works i
Yiddish author were
Hertz Grosbard
and Nachum
ion
The
ath of

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Philadelphia Publish
er
When Abraham Hart turned eighteen, in
1829, he was as busy with books as today's
eighteen-year-old. But in a different way.
Hart's involvement with books was as a
partner with Edward Carey in a thriving
publishing house.
Hart and Carey helped establish Phil-
adelphia as the book center of the 1830s.
Sensitive to new talent, they published a
book authored by an unknown English
writer, William Makepeace Thackeray.
Thus they launched a talent which was to
produce a recognized literary classic,
Vanity Fair.
Pioneer publishers, Hart and Carey
were the first to collect the essays of
Macauley, first to publish an illustrated
edition of Longfellow's poems. Among
the others in their library of authors
Were novelist James Fenimore Cooper,
poet Edgar Allan Poe and essayist Ralph
Waldo Emerson. Hart also published
Jewish literature.translated into English,
which added to the culture of America.
Hart's ability as a publisher won the
respect of the founders of America's great
publishing houses, men like Scribner,
Putnam, Harper and Lippincott.
Upon retiring from publishing in 1854,
Hart worked actively for religion and
charity. He served as Parnass of Mikvah
I srael, one of the oldest Jewish Congrega-
tions in America. He held office in Phila-
delphia's Hebrew Education Society, in
Maimonides College and in the Jewish
Foster Home and Orphan Asylum. As a
final recognition. Hart was elected Presi-
dent of the Hoard of Delegates of Amer-
ican Israelites, the first group which at-
tempted to unite all of American Jewry,
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Reds Reject British Petition
Shown above members of the Hebrew Academy summer
day camp leadership plan their programs for students. Left
to right are Ruth Foreman, who will direct the dramatics
program; Joseph Ackner. head supervisor of the camp and
director of science; and Sandra Goldman, who will direct
the arts and crafts program. Not shown is Joseph Brownholz
who will direct the swimming and sports program. Registra-
tion is now taking place for the camp, which will be held
in the Hebrew Academy's fully air-conditioned building.
LONDON fJTA) A petition
for the granting of full religious
and cultural rights to Soviet Jews
was rejected here by the USSR
Embassy, after 1,000 students
stayed a parade to the Embassy.
However, two second secretaries
of the Soviet mission, E. F. Rojiuv
and I. F. Pavlov, received a dele-
gation representing the students
from universities throughout Great i
Britain who had participated in
the protest march. Both officials
said they could not receive the '
petition on the grounds that "there
is no Jewish problem in the
USSR."
In a discussion relating to Soviet
Jewry, the student represent?'nes
pointed out that no Hebrew p...yer
books arc being published in the
Soviet Union, the Yiddish i.....b
is suppressed, there is no Yiddish
state theater, there are no Yiddish
schools, and only eight hooks have
been published recently in the
USSR, where the last census show-
ed I hat 478.000 .lews claim Yiddish
as their "mother tonsuc."
The Soviet officials replied
negatively or evasively to ev-
ery one of the student charges.
They said there were four syna-
gogues in Moscow, but could
not say how many synagogues
are existent throughout the rest
of the Soviet Union. They named
the monthly, pro-communist mag-
azine, Sovietisch Heimland, as a
Yiddish publication, and claimed
that the Birobidjoner Shtern is
published twice wkly in the
"Autonomous Jewish Republic
of Birobidjan." They denied th -
charge about Yiddish schools.
Tlicy produced a recent photo
graph of a Yiddish drama group,
which the student* said showed
"pathetic, itinerant old people."
They insisted that more than eight
Yiddish books have been published
in the USSR in recent years, but
failed lo back up that claim with
any hard facts or figures.
Regarding the charge that no
Hebrew prayer books have been
published in the USSR in recent
years, the Embassy officials said
that there had been such publita
tion but could not name either
the year or the number of Hebrew
prayer books printed.
Jewish Publishers To
Gather in Washington
Continued from Page 1-A
: e Prime Minister Eshkol
'make Of them an important
ic!< for thi Israel Diaspora, con-
understanding to the
jthening of spiritual bonds
niti as a people."
In i of greeting.
, ii Zal n tr of Israel
that i km t from my own
. nee ol years ol n >* spa) 11
vork how much energj and effort
into editing a newspaper And
American Jewish editors,
. l venture t<> say. a parti-
comp i x ami significant as-
signment."
Added the President: "In a
anguage that is not in itself part
. f the Jewish historical expert-
rnce.. in a country that is virtu-
ally a continent, among Jews who
are not driven inward by negative
r hostile factors, you are. as I
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antly endeavoring to bring
everything Jewish close to the
hear; of American Jews."
Mr. Shazar said that he was
in;: the publishers, who are
..' in deepening the com-
ension of the American Jew-
,immunity ol world Jewisl
airs to strength! ning their I i -
with Jew- elsewhere and with Is-
the i enti al and basic fat I
Jewish life and survival."
Also offering greetings on the
eve cf the annual convention of
the American Jewish Press As-
sociation was Mrs. Rose L. Hal-
prin, chairman of the Jewish
Agency-American Section, who
called attention to the observ-
ance of National Jewish Press
Week.
"With a combined circulation
of well over a half-million copies,
the English-Jewish press is a week-
ly visitor to one out of every two
Jewish homes, and thus performs,
an important function in an era
when good communications are so
necessary to our democratic way
of life." Mrs. Halprin declared
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Ben Serkin
Library Opens
Ben Serkin Library at Temple
Zion was opened this week after
dedication ceremonies during Mem-
orial weekend. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man, of Temple Zion, officiated
at the dedication.
The late Mr. Serkin. one of the
outstanding leaders of the congre-
gation, had been responsible for
the recent remodeling of the tem-
ple.
His sons, Bernie and Reuben, arc
active supporters of the congre-
gation as members of the board
of directors.
ATTENTION!
Jewish Home for the Aged
THRIFT SHOP
NEEDS YOUR DONATION
NOW!
"FURNITURE'-'APPHANCtS"
"CtOTHWC"-"itWElRY," etc.
; "All Items Tax Deductible"
CALL 696-2101
Leukemia Society
Selects Chairmen
Appointments as committee
heads of the Leukemia Society of
Dade County, Inc.. have been an
nounced recently by John Bam
ajian. president.
Chairmen announced were Don-
ald Shea and Edward Suss, co
chairmen, blood drive: Maj. Fred
Sinclair, coordinator of county-
wide blood campaign: Frank To
irman. patient aid: Rob
ert Newman, head of education
and speakers bureau; and Irving
Whitman, legal counselor.
Chairmen serve as members of
trusti. -
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vJewisii fttrkUan
Friday. June 9, 1966
Combined Appeal Dinner
At Fontainebleau June 11
Studying the aqenda for the initial meeting
of the newly-activated Public Welfare Com-
mittee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion are (left to riqht) Leo Rose Jr., board mem-
ber of Federation; Maurice Pearlstein, execu-
tive director of the Jewish Home for the Aged;
Arthur S. Rosichan, Federation executive di-
rector; Neil Fogel, Mount Sinai Hospital asist-
ant airector; Dr. Sol Center, representing the
Jewish Vocational Service; Richard Horwich,
committee chairman and Federation repre-
sentative; and Meyer Bass, Greater Miami
executive director of the American Jewish
Committee. Present at the meeting held in the
Federation board room, but not pictured, are
State Rep. Kenneth Myers and Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers, national vice president of the National
Council of Jewish Women.
Continued from Page 1-A
the bare minimum needs of our
recipient agencies."
Associate chairman. Milton
Weiss, pointed out that "Israel
faces a massive task in the next
few years to absorb 200.000 new-
comers from distressed areas with
nany welfare and health needs.
Their needs, as well as all services
overseas, are undergoing vital
changes."
North American and world
Jewry. Weiss said, "are faced with
mas^K" a-rt difficult philanthropic
responsibilities:
continued immigration from
Europe. North Africa and Asia to
Israel and other Western countries.
e Some 400.000 .lews in need, in
Europe and Moslem countries.
e Bringing Jews to self-support
in their new countries of settle-
ment."
In France, Weiss noted, the
Jewish community has not yet
overcome many of the needs of
hundreds of thousands of Jewish
refugees from North Africa.
"Twenty years after :ite end
of World War II," Wen. point-
out, "overseas progra are
vastly different, and a ( con-
tinuing to change.
"After 20 years, i; harlly could
be expected in fact it would be
tragic if we found our-"lves del-
ing just the same things and meet-
ing just the same need- M when
we began.
"Yet the one great c<"i:i^nt in
our work is rescue immigration.
We at* still in the business of
saving as manv lives as Possible,''
Weiss said.
Not only will there 6? a con-
tinued movement to hMssl and
other countries, hut Jewish immi-
gration to the United St .tes also
is expected to rise under U.S. immigration law, K siak de-
clared.
"The United HIAS Service," he
said, "likely will be called on to
handle an annual average immi-
gration to western areas of about
12.000 persons per year."
Federation Welfare Body Formed
Richard Horwieh, Miami attor-
ney and civic kader. has been ap-
pointed chairman of the Public
Welfare Committee of the Greatci
Miami Jewish Federation.
His acceptance was announced
by Joseph If. l.ipton. president of
Federation, central planning,
budgeting and lund-raising organi-
zation of the Dade County Jewish
community.
Horwich, an active leader in the
Combined Jewish Appeal, has
served previously as chairman of
one of Federation's vital budge)
study committees.
The new committees will
analyze Federal, state and local
legislation relevant to Jewish
welfare and health agencies.
Committee members will pav
particular attention to new laws
affectiryj member agencies of
Federation and other local Jew-
ish organizations.
Among the committee members
present at an Initial meeting held,
in the board room of Federation
were Slate Kep. Kenneth Myers;
Mrs. Stanley Myers, national vice
president of the National Council
of Jewish Women; Arthur S. Rosi-
chan, executive director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation;
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I.eo Rose Jr.. board member of
Federation; Dr. Sol Center, re-
presenting the Jewish Vocational
Service of Greater Miami; Neil
Fogel. assistant director of Mount
Smai Hospital; Maurice Pearl-
stein. executive director of the
Jewish Home for the Aged of
Greater Miami; and Meyer Bass,
executive director of the American
Jewish Committee's office in
Miami.
"In thrs age of constantly
changing legislation regarding
the health and welfare needs of
our expanding population, it is a
great asset to the community to
have the services of Richard
Horwich and his fellow commit-
tee members," Lipton asserted.
He said that the committee will
meet as often as is necessary to
keep its members and all local
agencies in constant touch nth
both proposed and enacted legis-
lation on all governmental levels.
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Page 11-A
[Mount Sinai Hospital's "veteran" Candystripers, Ar-
let and Elaine Kurzweil, explain the "sign-in" pro-
ko interested teen-agers, Jane Waldman and Anita
r, who plan to become Candystripers officially at the
ler to be held June 4 at the hospital. Mrs. Gerald
Ber, chairman, is shown lookinq on.
^. Tells of Personnel
ignments Overseas
d from Page 1-A
[ion is taken into ac-
n assignments are
added that the Mac-
r 'was in error with
iliev and practice." He
led the State Depart-
[ces.
assignments were made
sis of "need and merit
any way taking into
race or religion." He do
.that the Department did
" any personnel forms or
'about er'pl'ivc-.' religious
ins and that, in making
pi camel ol ficials "do
feBPquire ".in the employe's
virv -
Bent- are made, he add-
I. nat
i ploye
tl menl- <>!
fe^feMsnm<
Beyond"th
Blade clear <
fe^fer *
^fefeiate
ii 'ii.
1 opposition has been ac-
Our mb*>sins hsie t
matter up with other gov-
Itts on .1 number of ocel-
li Wa^elieve that our efforts
r contributing toward our goal
Mntkifting racial and rclig-
ioos discriminations from inter-
national re: ons and travel."
ZOA Sponsors
Caribbean Cruise
South Florida districts of the
Zionist Organization ol America
will sponsor a nine-da> inaugural
Caribbean cruise of the S.S. Sha
loin.
Albert Ossip, chairman of I he
ZO \ Preside nt's Coum thai
the cru leavi
'7 and stops al St. Tl i
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Candystripers Get
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At Mount Sinai
Mount Sinai Hospital's summer
Candystriper program will get un-
der way officially at noon on June
4 in the Louis E. Wolfson Audi-
torium of the Hospital.
Mrs. Gerald Goldwasser, chair-
man of Candystripers. said that all
tenth made girls who are inter-
ested in participating will be wel-
come to attend the get together
session.
Students
serve a minimum
shift per week
signed to various
pending on their
available openinf
ready participate
will receive their
on that day.
be required to
of one four-hour.
and will be as-1
departments, de-
preferences and
Teenagers al-
g in the program
new assignments
A record attendance of more than 1.300 womenji the Miarrji
Beach Chapter oi Hadassah celebrated at a^qalc8lonor luncn-
eon last Sunday afternoon in the Fontainebleau Hotel. High-
light of the event was speaker of the day, Mr; Samuel (Rose)
Halprin, national Hadassah's honorary vice president. Shown
(left to right) are Mrs. Halprin, Mrs. Nat Barth, outgoing Miami
Beach Chapter president, Mrs. Sam Felmari, donor program
chairman, and Mrs. Morris Kogan, donor chairman "tpr the
chapter.
Dr. Prinz said Crockett had
"made it plain" that the United
States would not tolerate attempts
by any foreign government "to ex-
port its local prejudices into our
domestic affairs."
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t'Jenist fhridli^r
Friday. June '
rCclicjic'iis *J5<
AGUDATH ACX Lo*hr*y -
6305 Col:.
A".IDATM i. _..-9t'l Car Ave
OrthoOo*. ^ i )l-t(-
AHAVAT k H A LjDjrJ CONCREGV
TlON. BaoSvl 6*111 Av? Ol
;antOr Mk;s Birr.
ervice5

J his KAJechcnd
-y r
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. VOUNG SRAEL a -
Or-hodO,. R.do Shi -
ger. Cantor Ben Oickson
----* ----
TEMPLE ZION. 8)00 M.Her Rd Con
Awe Conservat
Wcnick
6J
ANSHE El
Conservallu
jresicent
2533 SW ls-th Ave
CA\DIELI3HT!NG TIME
15 Sivon ^ 6:55 p.m.
9
? av.j Shapiro.
C i itor Yehudah
i b) R i libl H ma I
K.-n- al i :
.-, ISRAB(
William Mi Laaon.
rlday i V"1.....
BETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Av Can-
aervative. Rabbi So: Land.u Ca-uor
William
TUo 'Ij-lrji V 1-
\ hi j Mr u Mr*
P iyi., r^WV Ir' "
BETH EL. 50C SW I7tli Ave Ortho-
dox. RaCbi Solomon Sen tt
I- da) 6 15 ~ '.'i' I
'Til I. nil -
M
BETH ISREL~-t'; 40th St. Orth
dox. Rabbi 8e.rel Weip .,
. > i .
"'' -' .
BETH JACOB. 30' Washington Ave
Orthodo* Rabbi S^maryahu T.
Svir$k>^X^liK Va^rice tiamchssfl
BETH KOOESM. 1101 SW Ulh Av|
Modern TrarJWona! Raatf* Mai
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-aw
tsnturdat. v i" i Sen We N,-*d
Ktwrml Mil!' r m "** *
I Law 6 l ,- ..."
BETH NfO^hE CONGREGAT ON
13630 *".iSdl I"*. Conitrv.it ve.
Rabbi R^fO.ir Seymeui
Friday v!f,j|nv Sermoai "Baccate,
r. ii.- Service*. C>neaj Stiabbal hostel
b> Sisterhood. Sntuntaj I i.na
i-i rmon: "Pnrti.m .f th.- \W. i.
HOMES'tAO JEW SH CSSTER Stn
St.. Homestead. Conse-. ative.
a-----
ISRAELITE LttNTCR. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
L Drann. Cantor Lo.i.s Cohen.
JACOB C COHEN COMMUN.IT>
S-SAGOGUE 1532 Washugton Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
I
?
JETH toujh 64th St and NE 11th
Ave Co"se-vative Rio^ Mix Lip-
chtz Cantor jaeah Rnter
a
3NA aioiJEL 1401 NW -S3rd St
Cone-vot.ve Pabbi Ha-old Richter.
Ca-ito- JacK Lerner.
a
CUBAN "F3REW CIRCLE OP MI-
AM' 1842 Washington Ave. Ortho-
dox Riroi Dov Roaenrv.eig

= LAGL = ^ GRANADA. 50 NW Slat
Pi. Coi-iervati.- Rabbi Dav.d Ros-
anfald Cantor George Goldberg.
i-Vi a S&thrd
M Mrs
.' > p.m
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FT. LA'JOEROALE JEWISH CEN-
TER 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Conservative Charita Oickson. prea*
ident. Or. jack L. Morru, cantor.
- a
CT. LAuDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
S. Andrews Ave- Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Levitan. Cantor Jerdme
K'ement.
HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER.
4'J E. Baach Blvd. Rev. Paul
' 54.?.44 Wash
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Mam tal, Por..sh
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION BEHAAuC :- HA
The Menorah with its seven (lames convert
center.
"When thou lU*hU't the lamps, the seven lam;.- v
light in front of the candlestick" iXum 8.2).
KNESETH ISRAEL 14T5 Euclid Ave.
Ortnoojx. Rabbi David Lehrf.elo
"lor Auianani Self.
Friday S:3u p.m, Saturdaj N I i lib
How t.. Keeji th<
r.;.riun_ ji.ni. .'I.i.-..-.-.-. in
iin i r.'h --I tn" r*:i*! ft ~
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LliBAVITCMER M.NYAIM. 300 Wash
ingtcn Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Aora
ham Korf. C.ntor Ernest Field.
---- ----
MINYONAIHES CONGREGATION.
7S7 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Or
Ortnooox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber-
man.
Sal ,.-.
llle i..-ii.- .in
SEPHARDIC JEW.SH CENTER. 64S
Collins Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nan
miaa,
Deutach. \
IV
IETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joaeph E. Rackovaky.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetre-
Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Orosi
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
HEBREW LESSON
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(r-oVis n-iap ma rKTfia)
I -I T I
The First Martyr
On the 24th of May. 1938. the
trial of a young Jew took place
in Haifa.
The youth. Shlomo Ben-Yosef.
was accused of throwing a hand-
grenade at an Arab bus coming
from the direction of Safed. The
bus was not damaged. British po-
licemen found Shlomo hiding in
a deserted cowshed. He offered no
resistance to the police, for he did
not want it* shoot at the Jewish
policemen'who were there.
In those days, Arab bands ;it
tacked the Jewish settlements and
Jewish trafc/e. Tlivv murdered
Jews and mutilated the bod
A group df youths dei
out on acts ol revei ;e 1
on the bus was one (if thesi
The militarj
demned Shlomo B to
"death by hai until he is
dead
This was i --\ ere \ erdict
I t : ":
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
1:1th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonan
E. Caplan.
FrulRi 6 pin. Sat .ri..> :i m. S^-r-
mun -. iMiuation aud \.*...;.--1.
M. ha S:3U p.nt.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Mianx
Gardena Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Stone
Cantor Maur.ce Neu.
FYldaj S:1S p.m. Srrnwn: "Th- Etern-
al Light ( ;t>r Turin Saturday I
a.m. Sermon: "S, rlpiur,- Laaaon lor
ciir baUoath." juliu Inatallation of
Slaterh.....I ind Men'a Club.
--------
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Raboi
Herbert Baumaard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
I Prlda) 7::<> p.m, Fttmil) aervlce .-r-
| in,.n: "Where Can W .- Find *:'"l "'
i Award* (" ntudenta t>i lue Hebrew
i and Kelisloun Schools, June blnli-lj>
i ii Idren ill In- bl-s.--.d. Saturda) 11:15
m Bar Uitsvah: Steven, son if air
and Mrs. FVedric Wise; Jay, son -!'
Mr and Mi.-. Bernard Potli ck
--------
TEMPLE BETH SMOLEM of Holly
wood. 172S Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavaky. Cantor Er j
nest Steiner.
BEHAALOTEKHA And the Lord spoke unto Moses say-
ing!': 'Speak unto Aaron, and say unto him: When thou lightest
the lamps, the seven lamps shall give liyht in front of the candle-
stick.' And this was the work of the of gold; unto the base thereof, and unto the (lowers thereof
was beaten work: according unto the pattern which ihe Lord
had shown Moses, so he made the candlestick" (Num. H 1 4
Alter the Levites had been purified, they who were between
their twenty-fifth (Num. 8 24> and their fiftieth yeai
the tent of meeting to take the place of the firstborn in the holv
service. In the second year, alter the Israelites had departed from
Egypt, they observed the Passover festival on the 14th
the first month. Nissan Those who having louche I a co psc
were deemed impure, were required to wait a month to oh
the festival.
On the 20th day of the second month, the cloud : im
the tabernacle, and the children of Israel journeyed from m
Sinai, each tribe grouped around its standard, three days
behind the Ark At this time, the Israelites began
Moses with their complaints To ease the burden. 7'i elders on
whom Moses" spirit rested, were delegated to serve undei I
This recounting ot ths Weekly Portion of the Law is a>
tracted and based upon "Tho Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman Tsamir, $15 Publisher is
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William S., New
York 5. N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.
Rabbi Stern to Receive
Top Mizrachi Award
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
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TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. 1 545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Saul H. Breeh.
TEMPLE BETH SHIPAH. 7500 SW
12Dth St. Reconatructionist. Rabb
Morria Skop.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronian
Cantor David Conviser.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative Rabbi S. M
Maehtei. Cantor Abraham Reiaeman.
FYtday 1:30 p.m. Bermon: "Pti
of Leadership Fr,m Mosei t.. M!-
-rn titt'h-" Btsterhood II host the
Onei Shabbat. Baturda: t 10 n
Junior conurricatlon.
TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8ti,
St. Conservative.
Ben-Yosef stood up and said: "Long
, live the Kingdom of Israel!"
A public drive was started to
j save him. Institutions, personal-
ities, rabbis and organizations tried
to influence the King of England
I to have mercy on his life but
I everything was in vain.
Ben-Yosef's behavior in prison
I was exceptional. He waited brave-
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who came to encourage him and to
part from him. he said words of
encouragement. On the last morn-
big, he bruihed his teeth, as if he
did not remember at all that in a
short tune toe rope would be put
around his neck
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terature or philanthroph) in br-
half of the State of Israel
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Region of the United States.
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from the late Israel Pn
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on Eternal Law." Rabbi Stern
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Israel and. in particular, the Koie'
in Kerem of Yavne.
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Jacob C". Cohen Community Syn-
agogue, of which Rabbi Stem is
spiritual leader, will personally
lead a group of friends of Rabb.
Stern to be pre.sent in New York
at the award presentation.
TEL AVIV (JTA) President
Zalman Shazar Sunday officially
opened the Sholem Aletchem
House here, marking the 50th an-!
nil ersary of the death of the great
Jewish writer, who died in New
York in 1916. The memorial shrine
to Sholem Aleichem will house all j
available materials concerning his
life and works, and will also serve'
as a research center.
Previously unpublished and un-
edited works of Sholem Aleichem
have been discovered and will be
issued in a new collection that
may run into 20 volumes, it was
announced at today's opening cere-
mony by Dr Eliahu Elath, pres-
ident of the Hebrew University
and chairman of the board of di-
rectors of sholem Aleichem
Foundation The Center carrying
Sholem Aleichem's name lias been
it a < isl of $175,000 contri-
d bj American friends, bj
and Labor Zionist Order of
H
rut The City of Te v
i the land. When
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Sholem Aleichem House
the structure is expected to cost
5200,00.
Principal participants In Sun-
day's ceremonies, in addition t>
President Shazar. included I. D
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law of the late writer and the
translator of his works into He
brew; Sholem Aleichem's youngest
daughter. Mrs Marie Goldberg
of New York; her husband. B. Z
Goldberg, well-known Yiddish es
sayist; Israel's minister of Educa-
tion Zalman Aranne: and Tel An*
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Todays Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Raobi Lelyveld
Af.iSJCong. Helm
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-ISIS? tl
fHO IS Rabbi Arthur Lelyveld,
th<' new president of the
Jtmufcfcee Jewish Congress, that
ncj tor the defense of the Jew
which perpetuates the spirit of its
iounder, Stephen Wi-, '
Hfhdtfllhe and energetic, Rab-
bi l :,i to be descei
i lutch familj w liich
u-:..- arily < nbraced J
grew up in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn,
i m the kindliest and wis
' .\ net lean i abbis i ii M liler.
I.<'|' ays been a standout \t Colum-
Iveraity, tie was editor of the da Ij
the Spectator \- a rabbinical student, he not
celled in his but found time for
ilism : ations work.
As a voung rabbi in Omaha, he caught the
:r times, the late Henry
r-j and Ral bi I* \ veld found himsell in
seal ; Di tbrai r. Dr. Sachar went on
i i id Lelyveld was the director of all
Now he occupies the pulpil of a great coi
n m Cleveland, made famous by the I
ministry ol the dynamic Rabbi Barnetl K Brickner,
i Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver hailed Lelyveld
when the latter came to enrich the life ol Cleve-
A staunch idealist, Lelyveld was spotlighted all
over the world when he was physically attacked
in the South where he had gone to lend his body
to the civil rights struggle,
If you read the New York Times, you have
noticed the glittering writings of another Lelyveld,
the correspondent who was recently invited to leave
South Africa because that regime thought he was
unfriendly to them, and you may be curious to
know whether the two are related. Yes. Joseph is
the son of the new president of the AJC.
As We Were Spying; By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Liberty is Dying
LJAS ANYTHING hurt the cause ol
those who want to bomb Hanoi and
get the dirt) little wai in
over with in a hurry i
the uglj incidents ol ma] reatment
me \i;m i icai ho pi ot< st our in-
volvement in the Asian conflict
i ur own i>i ivate answer, arrii
without benefit of computers and polls,
- a strong "No." In our own immediate vicinity, we have
known of youths of college-age badly manhandled and
mauled by hinh school toughs alter the college hoys (quite
foolishly, it seemed to us) not only said they were going
to burn their draft cards but indicated the place of their
bid for martyrdom. 'Serves them right!" super patriots
cried after the beating.
Serves whom right" If. nearly two-hundred years
after the American Revolution, the present inhabitants
o! this land of freedom cannot make a proper distinction
between holding unpopular views and indulgence In lynch
law, then we scarcely deserve the liberty our American
predecessors handed down to us.
The squabbling over Viet Nam involvement is only
a part of the story of neurotic and lamentable behavior
Ol some Americans who dishonor the Bill of Rights and
help create an atmosphere destructive to our cherished
freedoms.
The silly business of shadowing distinguished Harvard
Prof. II. Stuart Hughes during a European visit is perhaps
the most notorious current example of U.S. bureaucracy
flouting of fundamental civil liberties. Here is the grand-
son of a distinguished jurist and governor, a young ideal-
ist who ran for the Senate in 1962. learning that rubber
Stamping factotums in the Stale Department asked i S.
embassies abroad to follow him around because the FBI
had him t; ed as one "with strong convictions towards
Communism.'1 U P i sidejnt Johnson doesn't crack a whip
as the reeyft, oi such scandalous activity by people
I with administering the law, he will have to lace
sharp 'criticism of thousands who agree with the
on that the right to travel without harassment
-.. niment is a fundamental right
President Johnson has another .-warm of hornets on
doorstep In the AW .. P Schwartz ease. This one seems
affair, at least insofar as the
Department ocale of the drama. When the re-
.1,111" crew of the stale Department managed to
ze Schwartz out of his job, it was painfully clear
that the tons long entrenched in the Stale
Departmi I i >< having their waj There is every Indl
on that thi nt's passport director, '
G Knight, played a role in the Schwartz and Hu
lents. The same seems to apply to J, (;. Sourwine,
counsel for the Senate Subcommittee on Internal Secur-
' rutal inti >n ol Schwartz during an
investigation ears ago was reminiscent of the
black days of Sen .McCarthys nefarious probing.
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Patterns for Human Rights Year
leclaration of
intended as a
United Nations
COME TIME in 1968 the sea-
** son designated as International
Human Rights Year the United
Nations is to convene an inter-
national conference on human
rights. The "Year" is to mark the
20th anniversary of the General
Assembly's adoption, without a
dissenting vbte, of the Universa
Human Rights. The conference is
gathering foi review of the progress in the human
hts field since the Declaration v is promulgated
in 1948. to eval ate the effectiveness ol UN meth-
- in this i eld, ami to prepare a program of
further measures
Right now. a 17-member preparatory committee
is wi Stling with the detailed plans for the 1968
ice Anyone curious as to the reason why
the pre] committee had to meet two yt
before the scheduled event need only watch the
.....t in that committee as soon
il had opened its session.
ci Will the 1968 conference be i
i entatives of go> ei nme
Or will i1 include others? The "others" could be
experts in the human rights field who maj or maj
iMi the virus oi their own governme
nongovernmental organizations active in the fi
haps even just people, The charier of the United
Nations starts ofl with the ringing words: "We, the
peoples Will they can they be there too?
James Roosevelt, eldest son of the late r
thinks that the conference should include ,,
besides official representatives ol overnm
among them representatives of nongovernment.*
gamzations that have consultative status here
also experts who may be recognized is m, '
some United Nations members \|r RoosevP
the l S. dele-ate on the committee
Nasinovsky, the Soviet representsi n X. .
mittee, disagrees. Mr, Roosevelt and Mr Xauir,
smite an ai (ument on thi
the committee's session w as one I
But that Va.- not the 01 i
concept of International Year ro :
vet ben spelled out, It
i ted bj the 1968
in. nt of human rights, what abi
alreadj pending in the i iti d N
Since 1954, two draft co
plemc ntation of human .
ite; one ol these deals with ecom
and cultural rights; the other
e.vil n hts Will ; I
but voted into th< Ma
Conventions bj 1968? Ii the} are
conference be read} to take ai
drafts?
The central question is Sh tuld II
a ceremoi > a parade oi an occasiot
actions? Russia would prefer the I
supported i>> Britain and Can.,,!,, and
power-, plugs for meaningful action,
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Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
L.S. Mew of Israel's Great Wealth
Washington
ulEMBERS OF Congress will challenge
a new State Department line that
Israel is now so prosperous, and organ
izations like Hadassah so rich, that fur-
ther I'.S. aid grants are unnecessary,
The fact is that Israel is in debt
for over SI.250.000.000. Israel requires
more than a half-billion dollars annually
iron) outside sources One reason for Israel's economic
plight is her need to buy arms to balance the flow of
Soviet and American jets and other weapons to the
\>. states
la-; year, the Hadassah Medical Organization sought
inclusion in a provision of the Foreign Aid Hill Section
hat pro mts in' American institutions o
abroad Thi American L'niversit) ol Beirut has
ecoived over S33.000.000 under Section 214 since
Hadassah t.it entitled to the equivalent ol $1 OOO.i
But 'bo state Department did not agree I
I a 1965 i" al am.mil,:ent to .....vide Ha-
dassah a sum ol I3,000,000 iSl.000.ooo> from surplus
counterpart funds owned by the United States
The amendment passed the Senate but was killed in
a linal Senate House conference because of State Depart-
ment pressure on elements of the House Foreign Affairs
Committee.
This year, the State Department asked Congress for
an increased allocation under Section 214. But Hadassah's
application for inclusion was rejected. The Executive
Department, through the U.S. Agency for International
Development, offered to lend Hadassah ttu 1 L
requested. AID. maintained that Israel .>- m
a needy, underdeveloped country, and thai Hadassah was
so 'rich' that one medical facility alone, tin li
Hebrew University Hospital, was valued at $:ii>
Although the 318.000 American members Ha-
dassah gencroush assist programs in Israel to ti- ixtent
of about S12.000.000 a year, the needs hue n
and costs in Israel rose drasticall} Sot
felt that Hadassah was being penalized, in i
being more industrious and generous than \
supporters of the University in Beirut
AM* insisted 'hat Israel was
developed country, and not entitled to
pound was characterized as almost a
Loans U'OUld In made, bill no mon
' has nol i
non i; ionsideration ,;
lion _I -i
Hadassa i ations in Israel ha* i
ofl the S Peace <'orps and Vnv
many A i ri< an and Asian i
such less developed countries havi beet .
by Hadassah in medicine, nursing and publu
Indeed, Hadassah personnel have worked in mai
countries. Governments like Liberia have honi
d assail.
It has also been pointed out that the A Ticati
Universit} of Beirut has been the scene of pro-Con nunisl
and anti American agitation, and received more than
S33.000.000 Hadassah has been a center of mei and
healing, and received nothing under the same |
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
Jerusalem
CHIMON PERES, Secretary Gen-
** era! of Rafi. the Israel Ijihor
List, has just announced that the
new political party created after
former Premier David Ben-Gurion
; tni in- supporters left Ifapai, has
now 15.01X1 registered members
His announcement came in the
dSt of lively debates ,n Israel political circles
: the question whether Rafi is a failure or has
ci "i ccess
The sphi in Ifapai, shortly before the last
Knesset elect.on- was almost entirely of Mr. Ben-
Gurion's own making. It was the result of Ihe
protracted recriminations over the so-called "secur-
mishap'' which occurred while Mr Ben-Gurion
ti ement at Sde Boker and Pinhas Lavon,
former Secretarj General of the Labor Federation
1 ol Defense Mr. Lavon later resigned
: Mr Ben-Gurion took over a ain as Minister of
Defense However, Mr, Lavon charged that i
stimony or falsification of documents or both led
thi con usion that he was responsible for the
security mishap." Mr, Lavon was largely cleared
of the responsibility but Mr, Ben-Gurion contested
- clearanci Meanwhile his own choice, Levi
Bshkol became Prime Minister and Mr Ben-Gui
insisted on contesting Mr. Lavon's clearance
he refused the demand that the case be reopi
by a judiciary investigation, Mr. Ben Gurion
Mapai which he himself helped to found se\
decades before withva big bang.
Mapai joined with the Achdut Avodali I
to form a joint Alignment list for the i
while Rafi formed a separate list. When the
wen- counted, it turned out that I hi )
polled :-; Mapai without Achdut Avodah. did in the
el< ctions. while Rafi polled close to 8 pel
(.5 pen w than Achdut Avodah did
ran on a separate ticket In other words,
Avodah just about replaced the strength M
by the split oit of Rafi.
This hisiorv must be briefly recounted il
want k analyse the success or failure ol Rafi
independent political cmity. Large sections ol
Israel public including the Alignment lead
expected Rafj, boasting such nami >- Ben-G
General Deyan, former Deputy Defense Mil
Shimon Peres and Haifa labor leader and I
election mastermind of Mapai Jrdsef Almog '
make a cof.sidirablv better showing in the elect
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1966
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original Answer or
the office ol the Clerk
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lenient b) default will bo
:aint you for the relief di -
in the Bill of Complaint,
it lee shall be publish. il once
k for four consecutive weeka
visii PliORIDIAN.
M> ORDERED at Miami,
this 13th day of May, All.
' 1 LEATHJ9RMAjN, Clarki
cult I'ourt, Dade County. Florida
MARODBRITK KKXT
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"-y for Plaintiff
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'HE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70495-A
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND *OR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 66C 4953
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
RICHARD IIOKU,
Plaintiff,
RVBf.YN IMU'.n,
Defendanl
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 62 C 9371 (DuVal)
NOTICE OF SUIT OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
AIN.-'I.KK 1: I'l.llMK
luit r\enor,
JAI 'K I.i il IS IMNNi:
Defi-nilani
KIN1CK KITH DCNXK,
Plaintiff,
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'OTICK IS MKRKIiY I1IVKX tli.it
the uiulersiKiied, desirlnti i" eiiKiitte
'" '"'......- nailer the fictitious name
ot wins a lliwu 1 > 1: PARIS ai i.::ii"
N.B. It I: Court, Miami, Florida, m-
tends i" i< tiMir said name with the
I'lTli ..I the Circuit COUrt Of Mane
t ounty, 1 Tori-la.
si-.\ri.|.|\.; INVKSTMBNT
CO., INC.
SMITH a MANDL.BR
A1 torne) for Applicant
l'i; Lincoln Road
Miami I leach, Florida
R 3-10-17-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'UlCi: IS HKKKliV GIVEN that
the unuersluned, desiring in engage
111 business under the fictitious names
of -MAX BARGAIN STORK. I \
max, "ii'.i VVashinston Avenue, Miami
li.ii. a. I'|. Him, intends to reglt-ter
said names \mh m. Clerk ui iu
Circuit Court of Dado Count\, Florida
MA VBit HKNDKK
M I'lTH BRIiCHNER
Aiiuinej 101 Mayer bender
Lincoln ltu Miami Uvach, I-la.
^______________________6/8-10-17-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is iii;iti-.i:i i;i\ i.n thai
the uuuersigned, uiMiirtog to emtage
in business under the fictitious nunii
of T'liurn Al. Tlll'CK .v BQIMP-
mk.nt SliRVICK at 1141 E. 10th
Court, liianaii. Inteuda 10 :
aid urn.....till tin- Clerk "f the Cir-
cuit "ini "f Dnde County, Floriuu.
I'AI I. I.SI'i iSITI '. Sole 1 lun.r
PHILIP .1. MlLl.BR
Atloriiej i"i Applii ..ui
lUi 1.in. ..in Road
6 ::-|ii-i:-2l
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ATTORNEYS.
ollcits your legal noUcM.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate eerTice at legal
ratee .
Dial FR S-46M
lor meesenger
LEGAL NOTICF
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NttTICK IS lll.lti;i:v GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i-. engage
in biisinest- under the fictitious name
..i DADK TITLE CO. at number 1322
Nurtu Federal Highway, in the Cllj
m iii'iii. -i....ni, Florida, Intends t"
regisur the said name with the Clerk
i.t tin circuit Court of Dade L'oui.ty,
Florida.
I'.....I at Miami, Florida, this .,lih
du> "i May, 1!mi
I i.VDK TITLE AM 1
Ml ill 11 :.\' .1: 1', >RP
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NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO APPLY FOR
CHANGE OF NAME
Chancny No. 66C 5038
(Judgl N.i ii.in)
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBHY G1VKN that
Hi.- undersigned, desiring t" emrage
In business und**r the flctitloUH namai
it IMIASS KAIL, lit Miami, Fin, Intends to register said
name "itli the Clerk "f the circuit
Court of Daile 1".....ity. Florida.
EVA m. iistki:
Side 11\> ner
KESSI.BR. MASSKV a beckbrman
AttorneiH for Aptilicant
lj IlllUllore \V:i>
Coral f Iniili s, Ha.
". 18-20-27 i.i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKRKUY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i" engage in
business under the fictitious name of
RIKO ADVKRTISINt! CO. ...... Inc.)
at numlier 712::-A lliscayne Blvd., in
the City of Miami, Florida, Intends
1,1 registiT the said name with the
Clerk "i the Circuit Court ol l>ude
'ounl >, Florida.
Dated .11 Miami, Florida, tlii.- 6th
da) "I May, 1966
RICHARI I Ki 'TA
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1-20-27 6 3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl iTICK IS KKRKBY GIVEN that
In 1
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IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. "0897.C
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl n ICE IS Illl. Ki:v 11IVKN thai
inderslgned, dea.....c t.. engagi
ii"--. under the fictitious 11.11m
of nil.LIES THRIFT SHOP al "i4:'l-
2:1 N.W. Second Avt^iue, Miami. Flor-
ida, intends t< raylater said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I >ud.- Co inty. Florida.
CORA I. JOHNSON
VRONOVITZ, SILVER a BCHER
Atturneys for i.'ora L. JohnMin
607 Ain.Miey Building
Miami, Florida
5/27 6/3-10-17
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
by virtue of Chapter 67. of Florida
Statutes Annotated (1941). Ware-
housemen and Warehou.-c. Itecoipts
wherein Aee-R.B. VAN LINKS. INC.,
a Florida roi-poration. by virtue of Its
warehouse lien, ha.-; In lt^ |)i*-.-.-.>i..n
the fidlowing de.serthed property:
/ Barrels of Personal Belongingii, bm
the property of WALTER P. FI.-'IIKH.
present a/liire.H.^ unli.novvn, and that on
the lf);li day of June, I9i>, dunm; the
legal hours ol -, mainly between
li:oo forenoon and -:oo In the ifter-
1 it 2134 N \\ Llth Avenue, Mi-
ami, Florida, in. undersigned shall
offer to the hlghi st biddi -
I the a desrrlbi d
v'alter P Fisher, present
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LLLVE.NTH JUDICIAL C'RCU"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNT-
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERV
No. 66C
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
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Vi it ARE HEREBY notifl >d that .1
1 'oniplaim for 1 ilvori ha been filed
agaiusl >"u, and ".. aci hereby re-
quired t" servi ?op> "f ^ 01 r answer
to ih. Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney. ARTHUR W. K A RUCK,
whose address x w. 11th Street,
Mianu. Florida, and file the original
of th.i Angwer In the offico of the
Clerk oi the Eleventh Judieial circuit
in and for I ade County, Florida, un
or before the 17th day of June. 1966. In
default "1 which the Complaint will be
taken a confessed by you.
DATED Ihi.- llth day of May, 1966.
1.. B. LEATHKItMAiN
Clerk 01" the Circuit Court
By MARGl 'KHiTK KENT
6/U-iO-27 6/3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70718-A
Ni RE: Estate of
MAR Si 11.1.MAN
I'. ceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified Bad re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of MAE snl.l.MAN de-
i late of Bade County, Florida.
ludgi 1' ui" 1 ", ml.
and flii In .iii'it
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAD: COt I T ,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 708:17-C
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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pi "v ded il Si i ,. Ida
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I'o thousi in I lade 1 ?o ml la,
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ih. nan 1 iii in- ban .1
Dated it Miami. rida, ll 27'..
da) of M.t\. A.M. 1964,
NATII WIKI, OUCK.M \\
As Bxecutor
First publication ui this :
the .trd day of June. 1:166.
KOVNER, MANNHEIMER
& GREENFIELD
Attorne) for Bxecutor
300 Dupont I'laza Center
Miami. Florida
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 70602A
In RE: Estate of
ENOCH M STALLIX >
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All in una
Having Claims or Demands Vgalnal
said Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired t" present any claims and de-
manda which you may have against
ehe estate oi ENtX'H M. stali.imis.
Deceased, late of the County of New
Haven, State of Connerticut, leaving
real property In Dade County, Flor-
ida, to 11.iv Judges "f Dade
Count) ... th< same In
ded in s.
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IN THF COUNTY JUDGE'S C
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6J-J82-B
IN RE 1:
ROSE Mi.I i.NICK,
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Nl 1TI1 'K Is In by glvel
have fill 'i our I Iti orl and -
' n 1 nd Fl Ids-
charge i- Bxi of the esi ,f
rose mkdnh k ,. -, .1
"ii thi : il ilai Ji....., 1966, will
apply t" the Honorable County Judgea
ot I lade 1 '"in.....1 ida, for .11 11
of said I in.M Iteporl and : I 1 -
tion and final di*< harg, is Exi 1 1
of tin- estate of the ubm 1
le,.-.I. nl Thl> 9! h da) of Ma)
JACK MEDNICK
SYIA I \ UTTsli
BYRi >V L SPA IIIIKII
Attorne r "s 1 itora
100 Bis 11 b ii Xorth
Miami. Florida 31 I i
5/18-20-51 8/1
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
County. ..id file !,. sauiu ill upll-
No. 70757-C
In RE Estate of
ALEXANDER Vi :.K MAN,
I ItM-e.lS" d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Axainst
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
qulred to present an) claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of ALEXANDER VDI.K-
MAN, deceased late uf Dud.- County,
ounty Judgl 9 of Dade
. and file the sami in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section il,
Florida Statute* in
the County 1 ]
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Mrs. Stanley Stein (left), who has served as president of the
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of Beth Torah Congregation for
:.-.iee years, turns over the gavel to newly-elected president,
Mrs. George Goodman.
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood
Officers Take Their Posts
Max A. Lipschitz installed
-. George Goodman as new
- 'ident of the Mollie Kahaner
terhood of Beth Torah congre-
ion on Wednesday.
The 1966-67 roster also includes
rs. Manny Marcus. Mrs. Mathew
tinger. Mrs. Adrian Kaufman.
Mrs. Bmlon Young. Mrs Nathan
Glazier, vice presidents: Mrs.
Martin Engler. treasurer: Mrs.
I.ouis Foster, financial secretary:
Mrs. Max Breslow. corresponding
secretary: Mrs. Martin Walfish. re-
cording secretary: Mrs. Roy Mar-
hin. sDcial secretary.
Li
by ISABEL GROVE
Georgia (Zuziei Leeds has been
. .-iting with her grandparents,
and Raca Cohen, of Pine
Dr. before returning to
Maw r, Pa where she will
i a degree on June 4 .
blue-eyed blond, who rep-
ented her school as "Holiday
John Wanarnakers in
li phia, will hi associated
ilamo ii' Magazine she is
hter i'!' Mr and
of Mamaroneck, NY.
<; orgia's sister, Carole, and
e. Richard Engie, are both
:ates of Syracuse Law
They are the parents of
Cohens' three adorable great-
- anddaugbters, and live in New
hochelle, NY. Completing
family is Georgia's brother.
Peter Leeds, of New York City.

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oman s
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'"tFewish FlLor idb'aun
Miami, Florida, Friday, June 3, 1966
Sedi'-r. 5
Beth Torah Dinner Gala Saturday
Annual dinner dance of Beth
Torah Congregation will be held in
the congregation's social hall on
Saturday night.
Mrs. Joel M. Gotlehrer and her
committee this week promised
"an interesting evening." On the
committee are Mrs. Jerome Sch-
wartz, Mrs. Albert Maeroff, Mrs.
Stanley Stein. Mrs. Adrian Kauf-
man, Mrs. Carl Zwerner, Fred
Zuker, Joseph Schaffel and Jerome
Schwartz.
To be honored are Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Burg, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Breslow. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry' Du-
dell, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Einleger,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Foster, Mr.
and Mrs. Joel M. Gottehrer, Mr.
and Mrs. Newton Greene. Mr. and
Mrs. Max Horowitz, Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Josowitz, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum, Mr. and
Mrs. Adrian Kaufman. Mr. and
MM. JOfl GOTTfHRFR
Mrs. Hyman Katz. Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Maeroff. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mar-
gullies.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben J. Newmark,
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Newman, Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Paul, Joseph Pop-
kin. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Raff el,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ralby. Mr.
and Mrs. Sy Rosen. Mr. and Mi-.
Sol Sandier. Mr. and Mrs. Neil
Shteir, Dr. and Mrs. C. Lion
Shalloway, Mr. and Mrs. Alie
Schorr. Mr. and Mrs. William
Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Sncider. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Schreiber. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Stein, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Taylor,
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell VVeiser, Mr.
and Mrs. Ewald Ziffer. Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Zuekorman. and Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Zwerner.
GtORGIA LHDS
Romelle Weinkle has been
chosen by the University of
Georgia Chapter of Delta Chi
Fraternity as a member of the
1966-67 Sweetheart Court .
The attractive Miss was spon-
sor) (I by her sorority. Siirma Del-
ta Tau Daughter of Dr. and
Mrs I Newton Weinkle, Komelie
was presented at the 1964 Am
ba isador's Ball While at
Miami Beach High, she was ac-
tive in the National Forensic
i a ;ue, The ipians, and Chidelt
Girls Club Extra-curricular
interests ;it Georgia I' include
membership in the Freshman
Debate Team and University
Theatre She also serves as
("lark llowell Hall representative
to the Women Students Govern-
ment Association, and was se-
lected "Girl of the Week '
Sturdy 8 lb. boy born May 24
at Mount Sinai Hospital made
brand new parents of Carole and
I.eonard Lansburgh. and permit-
ted Jean and Morris Lansburgh
to enter the golden circle of
grandparents.

Mr. and Mrs. Mack M. Emmer
entertained recently at a cocktail
party for Ixirctta Bernstein and
Shelly Horowitz who plan to be
married June 18 at the Fontaine-
hleau The future bride, an
artist and teacher, and her phar-
macist fiance plan to honeymoon
in Mexico Among guests at
the party were Renato Rcnzi.
noted Italian baritone, and Coun-
cilman Joe Malck. with spouse
Hochelle. who will be I.oi.tl -
Continued on Page 4-B
BURDINB 'S
5ft. kiddies' pool
with 3 splash toys
H purchased separately 6.96. Here's ihe way 1c keep
ihe children safe in your yard. This 3-ring inflatable
pool is five feet across, comes with swim ring, beach
ball and swan float toy. A great buy and great fun.
leys, fourta (leer ocross-fhe-aridge O0WNT0WM V.iH;
(Of oil 6 Burdine's stores;


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He. Miami Girl Wins Top Awcr^
VCMI
aMoute i-
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Mtatni b<.- |
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Kn Lamb- -
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1-awbert. a wnwr
th .Uw! High School, has
received a n*i nari from the
Gaaaau of South F
Dauctnter oi Mr. and Mrs Harr\
Laaaaert. lueo NE 18*-. Ter .
North Miaes: Beaeh. Miss Lambert
has been coairman of the area con
gre-s lor the Natieoal Forenttc
Leaeoe. and has taken ftrM place
in th HsaJean Thoroughbred re*-
trval De*. Fu, V-**^^*
ca. Nation- -Ar
'"'-- Scam
In the area congress, she wa
voted oe-r president of the Sea-
ale Mua Lambert has been active
in numerous oebate- She has been
naeaer! bee negative speaker at
Pioc Crest Prep School in debate,
and attended Northeasterr Hoi
Student Om>.-
I
* ate or ^
En-fag
M3k
Behnn
: Lecsue of Greener Miami officially
its rhcrter in the chambers o< Judge
Cfpen. Officiating ~:e loft to ngbt> Mrs.
f&dunond Mrs Lcu^ Gktsaer. Mis. P.
on. Mrs. Andre 3. Bicdokenlc. Mrs.
George Steam, Mrs. Samuel Kulok, Mrs. R.
Robert Swartzurg. Mrs. B. M. Banla. Seated
are Mrs. Harry Sirr.or.e. president, and Mrs.
Jennie Grosaar.rer. Drama League aims to es-
tablish chric theater in Miami Beach.
Israel Tour Revealing for Miamian
'.- enercetic. easy uoma- A
. baa her M ami z<- tiea
1
Mn .
ere exeited
commence hpr service to the
Gold-tein is a board mem-
United Fund. Girl Scout*
nal Con-
MC o: Christians and Jeu >. and
airman of community relations
for the Florida branch of the Na-
tional Women's I-easue of L'l
Synagogue of America Now
ail] r-ume her duties, but the
rmstantly talks about her Lsiael
fun filled trip.
I 'a- the Mai ben Old Ace
Home, an Organization of Rehabil-
itation and Training School, and
a Youth Ali\ah (.'amp durins my
stay in Haifa.' said Mrs. Gold-
L While in Haifa, she met
Chaim Vinitsky. director of the
United Jewish Appeal Immigration
Services in Jerusalem.
Abraham Shenhabi. of the Jew-
ish Agency, took Mrs. Goldstein to curtain
the life ar.d economv of Israel.'
commented Mrs Goldstein
In Haifa, aaaeatng as many more
aeweamen -ere givea their eit-
izer.-h:p papers aboard -hip. the
Miamian noticed he immigrants
had been alo siven lea-- fur
Zion In starts
Sisterhood And
Temple Officers
Last Friday night service of the
season at Temple Zion will include
the installation of Sisterhood offi-
cers beaded by Mrs. Louis Gross-
man. Rabbi Alfred Waxsnan will
conduct the ceremony
Slate in addition to Mrs. Groa*-
Philbert Mark- Un
Oearge Betel, Mrs Mel Haber.
Mr- B*-n.'amm Bock, vice Ofv-
ident-. Mrs Theodore Goodman.
Jeyi r S unuels, Mr- i
ard Laiken, secretaries; Mrs Max
I-av. er.
At a dinr.er on Sunday at 6 p m .
president ard oifseers of 'he con-
ration tor 1968-1967 will be in-
aparrmen-- pocket money, ar.d -'ailed by Rabin V
OutgoB^'pre i;. man Po-
v ili be honored and pre-ent-
ed with a claque for "four >
: service
Pythian Units
Elect Officers
MtS. SOt COtOSTcM
ents
parcels of food. This \*a< handled
calmly quie!v and i'h di
serenity' added Mrs Gold-tein.
I had the feelins that the>e
immisrant- for the fn I
their Hvea .ere permitted the
freedom for which they have long
prayed. '
Mrs Goldstein left the ship, re-
turned to the shores of Israel, with
mixed emotion, and a "heavy Next regular meeting of the
heart There is a difference be- George Gershwin Knights of Pv-
tueen seeing the fulfillment of ,hias 1^^ wln be held on Mon-
need with the American dollar, as dav M pm. at ,he Surfside
compared to s.tting around a con community Center. Election of of-
ference table '"Miami and at- ficers for tne new vear wjll ^
tempting to read between-the-hnes hHd and ( hanct.or < ornr..ander
Mrs. Goldstein has sened as ,The, \<>]U>S officers -ere
vice president of the Federatic- eleC,ed ,0 **"* ln ,ne Oeorge
remained behind the iron of-JewiVh~Women\ndVa^enXr pershin Benevolent Association
n. "This 'wide-eved voung- nt #!. ,,,,,. -__;,, u j_ for the cominji vear:
will now go into a Youth ^7^ "aTuTmtJE President. Ma, Mann:
was a 14-vear-old bov
Mn Max Ruthfield was installed
ii- president of United
Order of True Sisters, Miami 43
r officers for the eominc
year are vice president. Mrs Alvin
hose_par- Aliyah Camp and be absorbed into eaa..**, 8TW^^ter',Misi0i WenT Osca/'Tcantor!'" secreUry5.
Jewish Federation. Milton Meyers, unancia! secretary.
The past president of Temple ^0SePh Kawitt; treasurer. Murray
F.manu El Sisterhood nas returned Stiailf;
to Miami, having taken part in an Board of directors: Fred Zeiger,
UOTS Names New Leaders
Installing officers were Mrs
Harold Brown and Mrs. Edmund e5p*rlen*e sne" !on- remember. Irving Weinsteia. Milton Hurwitz.
Paris Immediate past president is
Mr- Joseph Barchan.
At a recent donor luncheon held
The Goldsteins live at 131 99th Harry Herman, Morris Silver, and
St. Bay Harbor Island. Samuel Goodman.
Sheppard; secretaries, Mrs. Reuben ai the Eden Roc. a SI.500 check
Tri Herman Wolf. Mrs was presented to Dr. James A.
Martin Sosna: treasurer Mrs Ted Whitesiae. director of the Special
Kaufman; mentor. Mrs Joseph Tumor Clinic at Varietv Child:
Post; warden. Mrs Harry Gershen; Hospital. True Sister'' ma:n pro-
guardian, Mrs. Morton Eltenr.an ject is maintaining the clinic
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Delichted with the record attendance at the
cnnual Leadership Training Day cf the Fed-
eration of Jewish Women held at Temple Israel
cie these principals in the one-day conference:
Standing (left to rights are Mrs. Irving Lehrman,
president of the Federation of Jewish Women;
Mrs. Howard J. Trinz, panelist and Young
Women's League
Plans Briefing
For Presidents
Mrs Arthur J. Brown, "' Not th
Miami Beach, m wlj el >cti ii
ident "f :;,- Florida Branch i
(tonal Women's League. United
Sj nago [ue i Am rii a i
ticipate in special briefin
for (he 2fi branch presidents of the
League, to take place -111111' 3 to 9
;;: West Orange, N.J., and at the
Jewish Theological Seminary in
.New York ( ity.
The group represents the top
leadership of the 771 syna
women's groups of the Conserva-
tive movement, affiliated with
congregations throughout the
United States. Canada. Mexico and
Puerto Uico.
Women's Division president of Combined Jew-
ish Appeal; Mrs. Sidney Weintraub. panelist;
and Mrs. Irving Wexler, chairman of the day.
Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
Mrs. Stanley C. .Meyers and Mrs. Henry
Wernick, all panelists.
MRS. ARiHUR BltOrtH
Sessions will include meetings
with the national officers, the exe
cutive director, and with the chair-
men of the 26 departments which
carry the program of education,
service, and religious activity ol throughout the statt. witfl a n
the League. bcrship of over 5,000.
Mrs. Brown's Florida Branch
eludes 29 sisterhoods in Gre
Miami and 12 other eommun

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Local Students Off to Hebrew U. Will Be Honored
On Sunday evening. June 12. at farewell party honoring Miami
l pm. the American Friends of! area students who will attend the
Ibt Hebrew University will host a' 1966 67 school year of the Hebrew

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THERE IS
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bntainebleau
University in Jerusalem.
According to Jack S. Popick.
president of the South Florida
! Division of the American Friends,
past students of the Hebrew Uni-
! versity. students currently pro-
gramming their college work to
permit their future participation
: in the special junior year program
of the Hebrew University, as well
as many local educators and rabbis.
i will attend the gala event sched-
; uled for the Fontainebleau Hotel.
More than 125 students from
j throughout the United States will
I leave at the end of June to spend
1 a summer in Hebrew study, fol-
lowed by a year of college work
on the Jerusalem campus of the
Hebrew University. Mrs. Ida R.
I-car, local chairman of the Amer-;
ican Israel University Program,
j dedicated to interchange of stu- \
j dents and professors between the !
United States and Israel, has an-,
nounccd that there are 11 young
people representing the South-
eastern United States.
From Greater Miami. Richard
Friedman, Linda Fried, Scott
Saulson and Julia Ann Sussman!
will participate in the junior year
program, while Suzy Mann, of;
Hollywood, will attend the Hebrew j
University as a freshman.
Rabbi Mayer Abramow itz. of
Temple Menorah. will express the
farewell and good wishes of the
community to the departing stu-
dents. Former participants in the
special program. Mai Hccht and
Harold Loss, will take part in the
presentation.
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She is a ninth
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, the past seven
vears. and is an
active member of Young Judea.
Among those attending were
her brothers. Allan and Jerry:
sister. Rarbara; and grandmother,
Mrs. Anna Hyman.
Following the services, there
was a joint luncheon at the Fon-
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vJcnisti Fh>ridHari
Friday.
Morton Toweis Group of Hadassah members gather for their
annual installation luncheon last week at the Algiers Hotel.
Sealed (left to right), are Mesdames Emanuel Mentz. president
Morton Towers Group; Lillian Haut, vice president; Hattie
Wagner, vice president; Oscar Tobey, membership vice pres-
ident; Bea Goldwom, financial secretary; H<=-len ODoenheim,
corresponding secretary. Standing (left to right), are Mesdames
David Urbach, recording secretary; Nat Barth, president,
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah; Fannie Hall, membership
secretary; Charles Nusinow, trustee; Henry B. Wernick, install-
ing officer; Bess Manischewitz, chairman of the day; Lillian
Goodman, past president, Miami Beach Chapter; Belle Stein-
berg, social secretary; and Rose Spieler, co-financial secretary.
Senior Citfcea
Board Appoint
Hred men .
Physical and I
in their comm- I
Tl,e ,K'v-: Ik, -,i
especiallj '
needs of older |
job placemen! ffl
adjustments, 1
Mayor Sherman S ;,, ,
the community's -,,', 5 cail
Brain Bank ol .. ,.
edge and expj,
Board mem
Ugon, WiUian i Kit, *"!
tin .M. Adelr,
Charles m. Kate* ;-i "*
Scboen. *
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cletlite ... b\f Isabel C^
Continued from Page 1-B
. attendant al the nuptials,
A wedding anniversary u i ft
from Charles Luchter, 1250 West
Ave., to Rose, his l>iide of 41
years, will be a June vacation in
Israel .
Harriette (Mrs Otto) Fenias
spending the holiday week with
her "canasta group" in the Vir-
gin Isles Order of the days
include side trips to neighboring
islands and some night-clubbing.
Mrs. Frank (Phoebe) Morse,
5763 North Bay Hd.. hosted a
Beth Torah Grads Present Cantata
Thirty-eight students of the
Betll Torah Religious School were
confirmed at ceremonies on Sun-
< j evening. Highlight of the pro-
gram was presentation of the can-
tata, "The Seven (Jolden Buttons."
Recipients of the PFC Lee Ros-
i i- Humanities Memorial
Award for outstanding scholarship
; I ogue attendance, en-
i red by Mr, and Mrs Nathan
Rosenwasser in memorv ol iheir
ALL-PURPOSt
^arinara
son who fell in Viet Nam, are
Herbert Schimek and Sharon
Leopold.
Participating in the ceremonies
were graduates ot the High School
Department of the synagogue,
Stewart Bndzin. Barbara Hush,
l.inda Kaufman and Lois Eifen-
bein.
Instructors of the confirmation
class were Dr. Max A. Lipschitz.
who delivered the charge '> the
confirmands. Mrs. Irving Seidel.
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum, Marl
Bulion, teacher of the high school
graduates Cantor Jacob Renzer >ii
rected the cantata with Miss i
>ile Mackenzie, accompanist.
Those who were confirmed in-
dud.' Susan Abrams. Steven Ei
ler, .lane Hirschberg, Brian Lanes,
William l anger, Sandy Langner,
St) ley Mishaan, Randy Phillips,
Laura Sneider and Robert Vigman
Ann Binderman, Susan Cavell,
Robert Elfenbi in, Lit da Hill, Not
Ricky Lundy. Scott
' Cary Raymond. Susan
Rosenman, Barbara Saxon, Mar-
Schwai Iz, Mona s. levan,
ion, Barbara Stern,
e Victor, Judith Wisl
Mice B i Mi. Mai tin Bodzin.
Freefii I i -;. .; dfarb
i Klausn old,
Robert Macron, Herbert Schi i
Isaac Slomovitz, Andrew Sandier
and Paula Zuckerman.
1 hej w ill celebrate this coming
ing with a dinner
th< synagogue
for Kashruth
for Quality
The Perfect Salt
for Kosherfng
all your meat and fowl
*T ;it sauce is the recipe
e ng Italian folk, made
as only Chef Boy-Ar-Dee can
i t! C -
"S nch and
.ith onions, herbs,
.i oil. For s
noodles and rice,
r md egg dishes
.: moat-
less!
TRY SOME SOON! <*'?
rove
luncheon at her home lasl week
i" formulate plans for an elab-
orate reception and cocktail party
honoring His Royal Highness,
Count Bernadotte of Sweden.
during his stay in Miami Beach
in July Among those who
attended were Count Claes-Eric
de Lewenhaupt, Mrs. Sidney
(Adelaide) Raffel. Mrs. Milton
(Betsyi Gettinger, Mrs s. (Edith)
Margolis, Mrs. George (Lucille)
Talianoff and Mrs. Paula Flagg,
Miami Beach Branch director.
American Cancer Society.
Mrs. Morris Skor has just re
turned from Huntsville, Ala..
where she visited with daughter
Diane and husband Ronald Per-
die, who is ;i space-vehicle engin
eer there Luncheons Iven
in her honor included one hosted
by former Miamian Mrs h-wm
Goldstein and Mrs Kdmond
Goldstein, and a bridge party
planned bj her daughter ... A
turnabout was the surprise baby
shower n bj Mi Harold Po-
dell for Diane, who thought the
buffet dinner was to be for her
mother Addii to the pleas-
ure ot the wei .i- ., \ i-it from
Mrs skor s cousins, Mr and
Mrs. l.ou Russak, of Gary, Ind
Sunland Cent
Holds Installatio
William 11
Sunland Tn
the sues)
annual insti and I
Sunday, I .- ,ne
New President
For Women's Unit
and FoUia
' houn
from G
and a
Mrs. Herman Pearl was installed
as new president of B'nai B'rith
Women of Mi-
ami last week
at the Algiers
/ ^| Hotel.
* "* -*? "r8, Gerald
P. Sc.lt/. past
president of
District 5. con-
ducted the cere-
mony Judge
Milton Fried-
man was guesj
speaker.
^
Mrs. Herman Pearl
building
Center.
skit ent
-i.i d b;
75 organi;.
ami. There
made b) the i
Plete toui inland's
Dr. John ,,jpJ
tendent of land, instil
Mrs. Edward -residei
Bert Goodsoi president; Mi
Stanley Holt fretarj Wil
Wolfarth, tie..- rer: and Man
Brandsman, i ant-at
Members ol ml C(
rectors an ei ...-
McGregor Smii
Haag. Mrs I Ross ; .
bert Rossi, M
Donald McKii Mrs ad Da\
Mrs. Maul i. A|j
1 Dr. St
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Friday, June 3. 1966
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Page 5-B

##. ^Aibout : j^eople ana f^u
HELLO zayda
niond Rubin and his Del. with Ins lister
hii-i 1, Rosalie and Max Beaker, had
birthday party for their father. Ma*
n Jacksonville, it was ;i great nathcrinn
Rubin clan. Bunny and .lay Schwartz
u( Bessie and Morris Rubin and Rose and
aces ...
TUESDAY NIGHT AT
VVESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB
Bridge night and a buffet dinner go well
together. II the bridge game doesn't turn out
so well, al least ihe food i.s fabulous The new
decor al Wentvle Country Club is still being
admired Lote of people were there: Hanna and
'" i .i_ _:___r____ u ...,. T-l. a-imiitu i..ji^ in I'U'M'U- ^r'f incir. Marina aiw
Rubin took the trains rorn here to Jaok- M(mon He^< Somerstein
picking up assorted Rub.ns a Fort ||( ,,,,.,
PK '"' ,Ki> t0n"' HU*B*I surprise of the ^^
dinrci party was when three serving carts with
,l, overed boxes were wheeled in to reveal
fourth-generation Feingold children from
Ga., who popped up to say "Hello Za>da"
great grandpa. Eighty-five people at-
tend the dinner, and Max Rubin, wit-h a sly
Hrink. i in his eye, invited them all for Ins woth
1 to be sure that five more people were

GOO! BYE AGAIN
lr..x (Mrs A Cudd) Culler and her mother.
Mrs David Schuham, had an intimate group of
friends to lunch at Kings Bay Yacht and Country'
Club. !t was to say "au rcvoir'* to Mrs. Mollie
l.r, erer before she left on her annual trek up
nor'I', for the summer. Included in the farewell
part) were Mrs. Edwin II. Cohen. Mrs. Marie
LichtlBU, Mrs. Seymour Weiss. Mrs. Sclig Snow.
Mrs illiain Asher and Mrs. Marshall Goldblatt.
ON THE SQUARE
All In the blue and yellow drip dry dresses
ol their club colors. "Sun Dancers of Miami
I the women's full skirts billowed as they
arei through the steps of their square dances,
li was a fun night as they usually are. with a
har!>ecue dinner first in the palio. and then
(lar.ci'.^ in the reception room of the North Shore
Recreation Room. Among those dancing were
Mr. and Mr*. David Post, Joe Brown. Mr. and
Mrs, Nat Friedman, Mrs. Tonya Weine. Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Shayman, Mr. and Mrs Melvln Daunt.
Dr. Arthur Shapiro and Mr. and Mrs. George
Steam.
and Mix Kogan, Diana and Ernest Janis, Reba
and Jack Danner and Florence and Sidney Blum.
Sylvia and Sidney I.clcourl were verj hush-hush
about a (|uick trip they were taking to Mobile to
see their grandchild play in a recital. Stanley My-
era wasn't very hush hush about showing his new
station wagon to Martha. Reason for seat belts in
the back, as well as the reason for the car itself,
is so that they have a way of transporting their
dogs to their summer home in Hendersonville.
Rita and Bflly Seaman were at the same table
with Charles Goren. where it was all bridge talk.
e
DID YOU KNOW .
Mollie (Mrs. Soli Silverman has just finished
her newest scraphook. "Operation Success" .
Virginia and Harry Orleans returned front
a New York trip to see their daughter. Doris.
Virginia had lunch with Reva Wexlcr. who was
there attending a Musak convention with her
husband. Irving. They went to a posh place called
Ground Floor in Ihe new CBS building. They
bowed them in. and they bowed them out. At
those prices they could have curtsied, too .
Oh, did Minnie Fcinbere and Miriam Schein-
berg see former Miamians when they attended
the convention of the National Council of Jewish
Social Workers in Washington. D.C.! They are
busy giving messages from Max Fassler, Sam
Cohen, Seymour Samet and Ben Rosenberg. They
missed seeing Ihe President of the United States.
They were seeing Miriam's relatives instead.
Frances Lehman
Mrs. David A. Hess (left), outgoing president, B'nai B'rith
Women of Miami, presents the gavel to incoming president.
Mrs. Herman Pearl, at the installation luncheon held May
17 at the Algiers Hotel.
BBWomen Set
Luncheon Meet
Board Members Honored
Mrs Seymour Silverman. re-
cently reelected president of Tern
pie Beth Sholom Sisterhood, out
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami lincd (hc group-.s projects for the
held its 15th annual installation comjn8 vear at a breakfast meet in g
luncheon on May 17 at the Algiers she nostcd Wednesday morning at
Hotel, the temple, which honored out
Mrs. Herman Pearl was installed going and incoming board mem-
is president by her son. Dr. Arthur bers.
'earl. Judge Milton Friedman,__________________
>a-t president. District Grand
Lodge 5. was guest speaker.
Mrs. Gerald Soltz. past president
}( B'nai B'rith Women. District 5,
installed the following:
Misdames Peter Duchon. Sylvia
I.iebman. Henry Ross, vice pres-

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Sylvia (Mrs. Philip) Friedman is the quiet type, with
an air of calm about her. Sylvia's face in repose is serene.
so that when she smiles, it seems as if something very
special is happening. Born and brought up in New York,
she tok elocution and dancing She sang in the glee club
and aooeared in all the amateur productions, expecting
one day to be a Hollywood star.
But times and ambitions change.
She went to Hunter College and
then C'CNY. majoring in home
economics and the sciences, now
fully expecting to be a bacteri-
ologist. It was at this time that
her father died: so she left col-
lege and went into the business.
Sylvia only worked for one
firm, the Metropolitan Life Insur-
ance Company, and when she left,
she was already in a supervisory
capacity. Her grandfather was one
of the founders of the Hebrew
National Home in Tuckahoe. Her
SYLVIA grandmother, as well as her moth-
er, was always busy with one char-
ity drive or another; so that it seemed natural for Sylvia
to consider it a "must to carry on the family tradition.
Twice a week, she went the long way from Brooklyn to
St. Albans Hospital, where she worked in occupational
therapy.
Sylvia decided she had enough of being a career wom-
an when she met her Phil. They moved to Miami after
they were married, a bakers dozen years ago. Not used
to being idle. Sylvia became impatient. Her husband bought
a business for her. a drive-in laundry, but it did so well
that :t became too much to do, and they sold it. One day.
she iot a flat tire in front of the house of an ardent mem-
ber of the National Council of Jewish Women. So now she
is an ardent NCJ1V herself. As a volunteer, she works in the
public school with children. She is vice president of ways
and means of Bay Division. Twice a week, she works as" a
Pink Lady at Mt. Sinai Hospital. And six years ago. when
the first Miss Universe Pageant was held in Miami Beach
Sylvia acted as a hostess. She found it both exciting and
rewarding, discovering that language is no real barrier
to communication.
Despite the different customs, she found the girls
basically fine and always cooperative. She has kept in
touch with all of the contestants of whom she had personal
Charge. On their trips to the Islands, when on a cruise
Sylvia has spent time with 'her girls." noting that they
are usually from the most outstanding families. This year,
Sylvia is co-chairing the job of taking care of the girls
and their hostesses for the current Miss U.S.A. Pageant
held here last week.
Sylvia will barely have time to relax when the same
thing starts all over again with the Miss Universe Pageant
starting on July 7.
Sylvia will have to catch up on her knitting. She la on
a binge right now of knitting those triangle stoles for all
of her relatives and friends
Sylvia and Phil each brought along a fine stamp colbc-
tion when they got married, and each has to be brou"ht
up to date. Going to conceits fell by the wavside during
the Pj^eant, but the Friedmans will try to take advantage
ot any scheduled for now and before the Miss Universe
Pageant in July.
Phil might be proud of his Sylvia but Sylvia is just
as proud of her Phil, a civil engineer with a Masters degree
Phil does his share of community work. too. For a quiet
person. Sylvia is mighty noisy when it comes to talking
about htm. 6
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Kanes to Live
In Oregon
Roberta Lynn, daughter of Mr.
[ and Mrs. Sidney Javer. 1250 West
| Ave., became the bride of Harvey
; Michael Kane on Saturday. May
' 28, at the Algiers Hotel, where a
reception followed the nuptials.
: Rabbi Isaac Ever officiated at the
' late evening ceremony.
For the wedding, the bride chose
I a soft Aline frock of white im-
' ported linen, with a sleeveless
coat in the Came lot look trimmed
I in Venetian lace. A matching pill-
box completed the ensemble, and
i she carried white orchids with yel-
low throats.
Honor attendants were Miss Syl-
via Kane and Mrs. Vicki Wengrow,
with Roberta Garfinkle as brides-
maid.
Best man to the bridegroom was
David Kaplan. Hal Richards and
David Hallan ushered.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Hal Kane.
18480 NE 7th Ct the bridegroom
is a graduate of Miami Beach High
and the University of Miami, where
he earned degrees in journalism
and history. He is a member of
Sigma Delta Chi. national honoi-
ary journalism society, and served
with the United States Air Force.
His bride also graduated from
Miami Beach High, attended the
University of Miami, and gradu-
ated from Mount Sinai Hospital
School of Practical Nursing, where
Werner Kuhn
MRS. HARVIT KAMI
she was employed in the Pediatric
Department.
Following a trip to the West
Coast, the couple will li\e in Eu-
gene. Ore., where Mr Kane will
attend the University of Oregon
Graduate School
MRS. DAVID GLATT
Glatts Travel
On Honeymoon
Joan San Friedman and David
E. Glatt were married Sunday.
May 29. at Temple Beth Torah.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Lester Friedman, 16960
1 NE 9th Ave. She is a graduate of
North Miami High and attended
Miami Dade Junior College.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Glatt. of
Surfside. He is president of Sun-
swept Homes. Inc.. Pembroke
Pines. Fla.
A wedding reception was held
I at the Eden Roc Hotel. After a
.honeymoon trip to California, the
couple will live at 9100 W. Bay
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Mr and Mrs. Thomas C. Kravitz
announce the marriage of their
daughter. Bonnie, to Joel Brown
on Sunday. May 1. at Temple Is-
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The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. William Brown, of
Bay Harbor Islands.
The newly weds are living in
Gainesville. Fla.
Friday. June 3.
Gettlemans'
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Mr. and Mrs. Morns Gettlem*,
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the engagement of Iher S
daughter. Virginia Paula 'perlnT
to Jeremy Swelling. W"<*
Miss Perlman, daughter of tv
and Mrs. Robert Perlman of <
cinnati O.. is a graduate of we
ley College, received her sS
degree from Harvard, and xTl'
teaching in Newton. Mass
Mr. Zwelling. son of Rabbi .
Mrs. Harry Z. Zwelling of w
Britain-. Conn.. h *
Columbia University, ha, a Bac
elor of Hebrew Literature den*
from the Jewish Theoio-ical S*r
inary. and a Masters degree rZ
Brandeis University. At LJSf
Danforth Fellow, he is .,' do^j
candidate in philo.so;>hv at B-v-
deis.
An August wedding is planned
First President
For New BBW Unit
Mrs. Herman Auerbach founds.
of the Maccabee Chapter, B'nai
Brith Women. wa recently ir
stalled as first president of Chau-
ter 1239 by Mrs Max
Other officers inducted in the
ceremony at the Algl ;- Hotel an
Mrs Andre Bialoler! 1 Mrs Jnl
ette tafkowitz. Mrs. Louis Nat
ison. Mrs. Joseph Platt, vice pre!
ident; Mrs. Louis Kalin. corr*;
ponding secretary; Mrs Abrahar.
Rhine, recording secretary: Mr-
Elizabeth Fink, financial secretary;
Mrs. Max Mann, treasurer; Mr-
Stanley Heller, hi-: >:!a: Mr-
Mosely Fischer, guai lian; Mr-
Mildred Beskin. sentinel Mrs, Jos-
eph Mondres. parliamentarian.
Hadassah Group
Marks 2 Events
Noon luncheon on Sunday at the
Studio Restaurant for Chaim Weiz
mann Group of Hadassah will mark
a double celebration, the 18th an-
niversary of Israel, and installation
of the unit's newly-elected officers.
Past president. Miss Fannie Lev-
itt, will conduct the installation
ceremony, and Harry Robinson, ac
cordionist, will entertain.
Officers for the coming year are
Miss Rosalyn Klein, president;
Mi- Dais> Feder. treasurer; Miss
Ruth Gross. Mrs Dorothy Morris.
Miss Phtllis Scboenberg, Mrs. Ruth
Brower. secretaries
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Friday. June 3, 1965
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iifHAI" anniversary luncheon
''held Tuesday afternoon at
the Fon^ainebleau Hotel was
>;>onsorec* by the Miami Beach
Chapter of the Hadassah-Israel
Bond Committee. The event be-
gan with a champagne party and
ended with the Israel Fashion
festival coordinated and acces-
sorized bj Burdine's. President of
the group. Mrs. Henry Wernick,
wore a turquoise and royal blue
-ilk print coat over a turquoise
-heath. The fabric was from
Italy, and she had the ensemble
made e.-jJtcially for the occasion.
Chairman of the event, at-
tended by over 1.300 women,
was Mr. Dorothy Krieger Fink,
who chce a white pebble-weave
suit trircmed with gold buttons
Her tailored suit was softened
with a fringed pill-box hat. Co-
ChatrtaU). Mrs. Leonard Rosen,
was in baby blue moygashel linen.
A double breasted full length
coat topped a matching sheath
which had blue and white striped
inserts on the bodice. Mrs. Alex-
ander Muss selected a lime-col-
ored silk ensemble which fea-
tured a rr.atching colored chiffon
bodice. A lattice-lace knit in
beige with a matching jacket was
worn by Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers was in a
grey tailored ensemble.

MRS. Leo Waldor's orange two-
.- piec* knit was banded on
the overblouse in white and had
a triple oval cut-out design at
the neckline. An ice blue silk
sheath was worn by Mrs. Regie
Gold, which followed the surplice
cut and was trimmed with
rhinestone buttons. Mrs. Simon
Cohen's powder blue Israeli knit
was banded in hot pink on both
the dress and jacket. An apricot
silk brocade sheath with a match-
ing jacket was worn by Mrs.
Rose Amchin. Mrs. Ann Shattil
chose a three-piece, rose-pink
knit with a floral applique on
her ovt rblouse.
Carib blue was the color of the
two-piece knit worn by Mrs.
Harry Cohen. The floral applique
on her bodice was created with
silk ribbon Mrs. Jean Karp's
aqua linen shift was banded
down one side with white. A
beige ribbon knit jacket topped
the black silk sheath worn by
Mrs. Lillian Lawand. Mrs. Joseph
Cohen's beige silk organza fea-
tured chantilly lace inserts and
a cutaway tunic skirt. A white
raw silk suit was the choice of
Mrs. Ellis Robins. Her silk ab
stract print blouse was in jewel
tone shades of orange, pink, sand,
and gold. Mrs. Rose Margolis was
in a classic tailored pink boucle.
knit suit.

lulRS. Max Burstein's apricot
" hand-made lace knit had the
high jewel neckline and short
sleeves. Mrs. Lee Waldman wore
a white knit which had pink knit
latticed through the hand-cro-
cheted trim. Small bows cascaded
down the front of the gold lame
knit sheath worn by Mrs. Harry
Glass. Mrs. Sylvia Laskey s white
raw silk suit had a navy and
white checked overblouse. The
check fabric also lined her jack-
et. A Mondrian geometric pat
tern was the choice of Mrs. Da-
vid Seitzman. In moygashel linen,
it combined raspberry, avacado
green and royal blue.
A white moygashel sheath with
ball fringed buttons and fringe
edging was worn by Mrs. Sam H.
Schwartz. Mrs. Morris Young's
silk sheath was in lemon gold,
and had a matching jacket. A
raspberry colored sheer wool
sheath with Tyrolean embroid-
ered cuffs was the choice of Mrs.
Alvin Katzif. Mrs. Karl Zaret's
porcelain blue textured knit had
the three quarter length coat-
jacket. Pink and lilac combined
in the paisley print suit worn by
Mrs. Kate Meidenberg A silver
metallic thread was woven into
the fabric.
Beauty Ball
Set for July 17
The Miss Universe Coronation
Ball, sponsored by the Leukemia
Society of Greater Miami, will be
held at the Fontainebleau Hotel
on July 17.
Contestants in the "'most beau-
tiful girl in the world" contest
will attend, as well as numerous
celebrities. Dance music will be
provided by Jacques Donnet.
Weriu-r Kalin
MRS. ARNOLD SOMERMAN
Somermans Wed
On Saturday Eve
The French and Jade Rooms of j
the Fontainebleau Hotel served as ;
the setting for the wedding and,
reception for the former Susan N. j
Jackman and Arnold C. Somerman j
on Saturday. May 28. The evening j
ceremony was performed by Rabbi.
Irving Lehrman.
On their return from a honey-
moon in Jamaica, the couple will
live at 1600 NE 126th St.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
L. Jackman. 1040 NE 151st Ter.,
the bride had her sisters, Lori
Jackman and Mrs. Jill Rosenhaus.
as honor attendants. Ileene Miris
and Bobbi Kaufman served as
bridesmaids.
A graduate of North Miami Sen-
ior High, new Mrs. Somerman at-
tended the University of Miami
and will graduate with honors
from the Florida College of Med-
ical Technology in August.
Mr. Somerman. a stockbroker in
Surfside. is the son of Mrs. Anne
Somerman. 650 72nd St.. and the
late Daniel Somerman. Robert
Mandell served as his best man,
with Richard Annese. Charles
Rosenberg. Warren Jackman and
Robert Rosenhaus, groomsmen
Distaff Eyemen's
Confab Readied
Mrs. Emanuel Pushkin, whose
husband is due to be elevated to
the presidency of the Florida Op-
tometric Association, will be di-
rector and coordinator of the
Women's Auxiliary convention
program June 8 to II at the Doral
Beach Hotel.
The four-day session of the
Women's Auxiliary will be held
in conjunction with the 64th an-
nual meeting and educational
seminar of the Florida Optometric
Association.
Serving on the local convention
committee with Mrs. Pushkin are
Mesdames Fred Bergman. Herbert
Brautman, Leonard Cherdack.
Thomas Cole. Arthur Helfman,
David Hendel, Carmen LoParo,
Stephen Morris, Frank Pearce,
George Pena, William Pintzow,
Robert Tanner, Jack Widdersheim,
Jack Wolfe and Sanford Ziff.
Gale Leads
Welfare Confab
Efraim H. Gale, executive direc-
tor of the YM and WHA of Greater j
Miami. 8500 SW 8th St.. was j
named co-chairman of the Florida j
State Conference of Social Wel-
fare held last week in Clearwater. i
Fla.
One aspect of the conference
was to involve the leadership of
the social welfare community
AIR. AND MRS. CHERNOW
Chernows Mark
50th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Chernow,
of 335 79th St.. Miami Beach,
celebrated their 50th wedding an
niversary on May 25.
The Chernows were presented
with a new Pontiac automobile as
a surprise wedding anniversary
gift by their children, Dr. and
Mrs. Lewis Chernow and Dr. and
Mrs. Theodore Chernow, of Cort
land. N.Y.: Dr. and Mrs. Marvin
Chernow, Portsmouth. R.I.; and
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Ory, of Min
neapolis. Minn.
A reception is being arranged
for the Chernows by their family
and friends to take place in Ithaca,
N.Y., at the Cornell University
Statler Inn on June 25.
Certified Applicant Named
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Charles W. Sokol Agency of Pro
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Friday. June 3,
Beth Torah Gavel
Goes to Ziffer
Ewald Zifloi. active at Beth Tor-
h for eitrht vears. and who has
erved as financial secretary,
reaaurer, and chairman of the
udgel and mediation commute"-.
i ;,.i i residency of the connieuation
Ziffer seized in the European
heater <>l war p-vchoiogical war-
it- division, and was disdiaitged
rsm the Ai"111> in 1!)46. lie re-
vived his BCOM at McGill I'ni-
i-iMty at Montreal, and prawuraa-
.studiutl. at tlui l :i;\ i sit y of
ii!.i Medial School for two
ai>. UtM entered the University
I London.
He is a certified public account-
nt and a partner in the lirm ol
rthur Singer & Co.
Ziffer is a member of the Etta
liami Beach Lodge 1601. Amer-
:an Institute <>t Certified Public
CCOSntaaO, and the Estate Plan
ing Council of di eater .Miami.
lie lives in \. Miami Beach with
is wife. Sylvia, who is also active
t Beth Torah. They have two chil-
II n. Toni Frances, present!)
utlvinu in Israel, and Mark
>aniel.
Rabbinical Hour
Slates Interview
\ pedal program. "Graduation,
.n Inspiration." will be presented
n the Rabbinical Hour. 'The Still
mall Voice." this Sunday moin-
ig, 10 a.m.. over Ch. 7. Rabbi
layer Abramowitz. of Temple
orali. will host the program in
iiich Dr. Sol Lichter. Incoming
rincipal of Miami Beach High
-ihooL will l>e interviewed, along
I'itfa Sharon Sleekier, a recent con-
invalid and Sheldon Kahane, a
raoUiate of Beach High.
Dr. I.ichter. presently principal
f th- Ida Fisher High School.
erved as principal of Temple
lenorah's Religious School in its
nmative years
Sheldona Kahane. son of Dr.
.aron Kahane. director ot the ls-
aei Bond organization here, will
ontinue his studies at the I'nt-
ersity of Florida in Gainesville.
Sharon Sleekier, a graduate of
Nautilus Junior Hi h and a
ifirmand at Temple Menorah,
ill enter Miami Beach Senior
ligh School.
tV/ALD ZlfFER
Pepper Criticizes
Nasser War Talk
By Special Report
WASHINGTON Congressman
Claude Pepper CD-Fla.) this week
denounced Egyptian President
Gamal Abdel Nassers talk of 'pre-
ventive war" against Israel and
urged U.S. negotiation of a mutual
defense treaty with Israel to bar
such an attack.
In a House speech. Pepper s;iid
Nasser could "ignite a world con-
flagration in the tinderhox of the
Middle East.
Nasser is threatening the lives
of us all by threatening preventive
war against the State of Israel, by
hii continuing mUMarj adventaan
in Yemen, and by his threats to
seize pails of Saudi Arabia. He
must be stopped before he is re-
sponsible tor the deaths of mil-
lions "
The Florida Congressman is the
author of a proposed congressional
resolution ill Con Raa, 146) which
declares that IS. interests and the
interests ol peace would be served
by the negotiation of a mutual de-
fense treat) with Israel Such a
treat) would guarantee automatic
i s. action against any counts*}
attacking Israel.
Albert Beer Heads
Serb David Slate
Albert J. Boer has been elected
resident ot Beth David Congtwga-
He succeeds Max Silver.
fleeted I i serve with Beer are
vice presidents. Max .Tacobson.
Manuel l.itbel. Herschel Hosen-
hal. McndeU Selig. Robert Iran
treaeuoaaa Haany Simons,
.vis Storataaein; financial Bee-
retary, Seymour Friend; recording
-c oretary, Lee Aerenaan.
Directors for thee yeass are
Charles Adelman, Morris Atkins,
Benjamin Beck, Michael Covm,
Irwin Christie, Harry Cypen,
Robert Felik, Morris Herman,
Maurice Kellner, Isadorc May-
er*, Joseph Post, Meyer Robbins,
Charles Resenber.-], Leon Rosoff,
Frodei ick S c h e r, Lawrence
Schorr, Robert Shovin, Stanley
Spieler, Charles Z. Springarn and
Edward Swordlin.
Killinq one-year vacancies on.
the board are Joseph Milton and
Maxwell Waas.
Beer was born in New York City
and came to this area in 1935. He
is a graduate of Miami Beach
High and the University of Flor-
ida, with a BS degree in business
administration, with honors. He
became a certified public account-
ant in 1947 and now is a partner
in the firm of Miller. Beer and Co
Beer and his wife. Lillian, mar-
i led since 1947. have two children.
Shelley Beth, who recently gradu-
ated from the Community Hebrew
High School of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education of Greater Miami:
and a son. T. R Both are active
at Beth David, and Mrs. Beer has
been chairman for a number ol
years of the Beth David library
committee
Beer has served at Beth David
as a vice president and chair-
man of the finance and budget
committee. He has been secret-
ary and president of the Dade
County Chapter, Florida In-
stitute of Certified Public Ac-
countants, and member of its
board of directors.
He has also been chairman, ac
counts division. Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, and chairman,
accounts division, of the United
Fund.
Smiles were the order of the day at the installation meetinq oi
the Louis D. Brandeis Women's Club this week when'oast
president, Mrs. Ruth Schuldiner (right), presented a che-k for
S900 to Variety Children's Hospital executive director, V.'iiliam
A. Taylor. Incoming president, Mrs. Emanuel Selznick (left)
1510 Drexel Ave., accepted the president's gavel. Contributio-
of the Brandeis Club will help the hospital meet its free-care
deficit which amounts to more than S700.000 annually.
Merwitzer to Serve Hebrew Academy
As President for Fifth Consecutive Term
Groundbreaking for the new S500.000 Social
Hall and School Building of Temple Emanu-El
included the traditional wielding of gold-plated
shovels. Shown with some of the first spades-
full are (left to right) Miami Beach Mayor
Elliott Roosevelt, Temple vice president and
Dedication Ball chairman, Alexander Muss,
Metro Mayor Chuck Hull, and A. J. Molasky,
vice president and founder-patron of the Beach
synagogue. Function was held at the site of
the new building on May 15.
At a gala event at the Deauvillt
Hotel. Louis Mervvitzer was elected
president of the Hebrew Academy
of Greater Miami for a fifth term
More than 300 members of the
Academy were present at the af-
fair, chaired by Dr. Matthew M
Zuekarman, assistant treasurer.
Co-chairman was Oscar Mamber,
vice president. Joseph Cohen.
Chairman of the nominating com-
mittee, presented the slate of offi-
cer.-.
A resident of Miami Beach for
27 years. Merwit/er is a noted civic
leader and philanthropies! Me
served as vice president of the
Hebrew Academy for seven years,
prior to his first term of office
as president
He was chairman of the Acad-
emy's building committee when
the new school was built at its
2400 Pine Tree Dr. location and
donated $100,000 toward the
building project.
The Hebrew Academy's admin-
istration building 'ears his name,
as does the Mesivta of Greatei Mi-
ami, the all (lav Hebrew high
school for boys
Other officers elected were Dr.
David S Andron. Ilariv Genet,
B. I. Binder, honorary life pies
idents; Morris Biemnfeld, Jacob
Cohen, Charles Fiuchtman. Archie
Greenberg, Jacob Kaufman, Ray-
mond Rubin. Wolfie Cohen, hon
Orary vice president-. Samuel
Reinhard, Joseph Cohen, vice
presidents; Leonard Rosen, chair-
man, board of directors.
Prof. George Pickar, vice chair-
man, executive committee: Charles
Charcowsky, Irving Firtcl, Joseph
Gonshor, Charles Kalh. Oscar
Mamber. Jacob Hitkin. Louis Rud-
nick, vice presidents; Jerome Lien
enfeld, treasurer; Dr. Matthew If.
Zuckeraian, assistant treasurer; j
Jerry Schechter, financial secre
tar.v. Benjamin Appel, auditor;
Herman Bisenberg, general secre-
Judaism Steering
Institute Meeting
Se< nd meeting of the Florida
Association Institute of Judaism
ommittee was held lion-
Bi rnard Langberg is chairman
"f the in mi,ite. Hi-, commilt) e
hai an Mas Weitz and h v-
i: Zukerman, program; Arnold
in. Mrs Newton Hofatader
Mrs. [rma Ifarrold, and North
Dade Council B'nai Ruth Women.
ration and reservations. Mrs
Max Kern and Miami Beach Coun-
cil BBW, telephone; Mrs. Harold
Feldman and Miami Council BBW.
mailin Robert List and
Miami Beach Council BBW, hos-
pitality; and Mrs. Michael Light,
publicity.
tary; Henry Penchansky, com*
onnHini' sen-,M,-v m..... Grunit
...-, ** viiviKiusKv. corrt'v
ponding secretary; Mosee Grand
werg, assistant corresponding sit
retaiv.
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Certificates Go
To TNT Club
The TNT Club fTallil It
of Beth Torah Congregation wil
hold it- cloaing breakfast on Sur
da.v. 10 a in., with a sped ll lathei
Ban, father-daughter program Rafc
bl Alexander Gross, principj I a
the Hebrew Academy, will lu'
guest speaker
The club is made w
and .trirl- of the I' S oi
who have become Mar Mitzvah dui
ing the :>a-t y< ar and p
educational, social and n
I'M am, including wc
faats p ot ided bj th '
baner Sisl 'i hood, rcl
ices under the direction
Zucker and Arthur VI '
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visits with other syn -
Members ol the TNT Clt
recei e certificates n arkit th< lr
participation in thi
as Bar Mit/vah certificates : ven
to students who continue their
Jewish education following Bar
Mit/vah
Honored for their work during
the year with the club will be
Mrs. Blanche Levin, who prepares
the breakfasts, Zucker, and MoyeL


Friday, June 3. 1966
*Jen ist nvrSdk'ciiri
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Ossip Named
Bureau Prexy;
Succeeds Cohen
Aiiic!i E. Ossip was named pi -
Idenl "f the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation at the animal election meet-
on Tuesday,
rhose who will serve iili him
in the coming year include Joseph
Cohen, honorary president: Harold
an, Harry Simonholf. .Mrs.
Dunlin, Ans. I.oui.s Classi-r,
honorary vice presidents; Judge
Fred V Liarad. Leonard Zilbeit. Al
in, vice presidents: .iai\-
Kaizman, secretary; and Mehyn
R Frumkes, treasurer.
Norninating committee con-
sisted of Benjamin Meyers,
chairman, M. A. Bas! Matilda Ratner, Mrs. Jack Katz-
man. Dr. Irving Lehrman, Oscar
Mainber, Max Meisel.
p. president of the Ossip
Agency, is chairman ol
h i ouncil of Presidents of the
: a: i Region of the Zionist
li :ation of America, a mem-
I the board of directors of
i I manu-El, and is active in
the Greater .Miami Jewish Fed
on.
io the former Kaj Fried-
couple have two daugh-
ters, Gij and Debbie.
JWV Announces
Essay Winners
Miami Beach Post 330, Jewish
War Veterans, has announced the
winners of its annual essay awards.
which this year was on "My Two-
fold Heritage, Americanism and
Judaism."
Offered to students in the gra-
duating classes at the Hebrew
Vcademy and Mesivta High, win-
ners receive a government bond
which will be presented at com
mencemenl exercises.
Winners for the Hebrew Aca-
demy are Joseph Belitzky, Harmon
Brody, runner-up; for the Mesivta,
David Galbut, .Mark Safra, runner-
up.
Beach Hi Senior
Wins Top Award
Harrj Theodore Schiller, a lead
a student at Miami Bea< h s i i n
S< hi ol, has i een awarded
- ." Chase Federal Founda-
i holarship to the University
>i holarship amounts
S2.000 | yable $500 i ach year,
le i thai .i sen ilastic average
better is maintained al the
i i n ersity.
I le annual award of Chase Fed
d on In :h
ic standing and participa
extra curricular acti\ ities.
11 lion committee this year
is compost I ol L. A Doc" Bak-
er, M'ami Beach Cham
r of Commi rce; Rabbi Irving
nan. Temple Emanu-El;
" ore. principal, Miami
. i h Senior Huh School; Th
itton, Financial director, I'm
i >ity of Miami; and Lacy
iry, former editor. Miami
'in.
AltERT t. OSSIP
A&ance Plans
Bon Voyage Party
For Teachers
On Sunday. tin Hebrew Educa
tors Alliance of Grei Miami ill
meet al Beth Israel Congregation
for a farewell part> to teachers and
educators attending the education-
al convention in Jerusalem in July.
Program will include Louis
Schwartzman, executive director
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, as guest speaker, and Cantor
Zvi Adlcr. of Temple Fmanu HI. in
a musical program Rabbi Shimon
Azulay will chair the meeting.
Local delegation to the con-
ference will be headed by Rabbi
Azulay, president, Hebrew Edu-
cators Alliance, Nathan Stern,
vice president, Mrs. Gladys Dia-
mond, of the executive commit-
tee, Mr. and Mrs. Zvi Perach,
Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Aspos,
Mrs. Zahava Sukenik, Mrs. Shir-
ley Lipset, Mrs. Rebecca Ro^cn-
garten, Dr. Nathaniel Soroff,
consoltant to the Bureau of
Jewish Education, and Heizl
Honor, newly-appointed educa-
tion director of Temple Judea.
Mrs. Azulay, Mrs. Soroff, Mrs
Stern and Mrs. Honor will attend
as observers.
The conference onsored bj
the National i ol Jewish
Education and thi Federation of
Hebrew Teachers and Principals
il Vmerica, will encompass "Half
a Century ol Jewish Education in
the i nited Stab Reti a
and Prospect."
So. Shore Citizens
Mark Birthday
Of Their Club
The 13th birthday of the South
Shore Citizens Club was observed
Sunday at a Bar-Bas Mitzvah fun
lion al the Hibiscus Auditorium.
I.oui.s Shafkin is honorary life
president of the organization. A
32nd degree Mason, he is a Shrin
er, pas) patron of Faith Chapter
of the Eastern star, member oi
Miami Beach Elks, and on I he
Democratic National Committee.
Honorary president of the organ-
ization is Mrs. Lena Mintzcs.
South Shore Citizens Club has
expanded Io its current member-
ship of goo from a mere 90 when
Mm; kin look over al its helm in
1958
"Shafkin was the logical
choice at the time," explained
Mrs. Mintzes. "He was a mem-
ber of the City of Miami Beach
Planning Board, and is chair-
man emeritus of the citizens ad-
visory committee for community
improvement in Miami Beach."
Under Shafkin's guidance, the
club has undertaken many need;
projects, such as a blood hank.
baskets tor the needy and other
miscellaneous charities.
Other officers of the organiza-
tion include Max I) Goldhagen,
first vice president; Sam Abalofia,
second vice president; Sam Aines,
third vice president; Alice Aba-
lofia, recording secretary; Elsie
Tulin, financial secretary; Paula
Kahn, corresponding secretary;
and Harry Stenipel. treasurer.
Gables Bank
Gives Dividend
Frank smother Jr cha
the board. Coral Gables Fii
National Bank, has announced Ih
on May 19 the board declared
dixidend of sevenlj cents per sha
to st ick holdi rs of record May l
i l payable on Maj 25, 196 -
The Coral Gables First Nation
Bank has 100.000 shares of StO
Outstanding, and Ihis is the li;
dividend paid to the stock holde
since June, 1000.
'Way to Happiness'
The Way to Happiness" will
be the topic of the lecture by Dr.
Abraham Wolfson before the
Spinoza Forum for Adult Educa-
tion on Thursday, io a.m., in the
auditorium of the Washington Fed-
eral. 1234 Washington Ave. Thomas
Davidov is chairman.
Myles Gary Cypen was Eng-
lish valedictorian at Temple
Emanu-El Religious School
graduation exercises. Son cf
Judge and Mrs. Irving Cvpan,
320 W. DiLido Dr.. Myks is a
sixth grader at North Beach
Elementary School and has
completed five years of He-
brew studies.
Band Award Goes
To Ronald Fried
Ronald Fried has been awarded
the Rockway Junior High School
Band Award for "outstanding serv-
ice and performance" during the
three years he served as a mem
ber of the symphonic band. He
played first trumpet for the past
two years.
As president of the Balfour
A/A. Ronald will represent his
chapter at the regional convention
in lleiidersonville. N.C., June 16
In September, he will enter Coral
Park Senior High School.
Ronald's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Weiss. He is the grand-
son of Iris Blumberg and the late
Nat Bhimberg.
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Lee Sh-in
E ru r Ml tad Mrs*
-.- Sbaataaan, 4431 SW 1st
>* -... rtiJ a portion of the
the occasion o: Ml
Bar Mitzvah at Flash I Jra
Jew:-.-. Community Center on
Maraiag. June 4
.
Anmrrtfe Zwitimin
\--imerle. daughter of Rabbi
trad Mrs Nathan Zwitrr.an. w-Jl ob-
e her Ba< hBtaTvafe this week
it Bra; ZkM Congregation in Key
Vert
A former student at the Hebrew
Academy, the celebrant is a boner
em at the ninior high school
he attends in Key West.
as
Steven Wit*
Steven Philip Wist will be Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning.
Jane 4. a: Temple Beth Am.
The celebrant is the son of Mr
tnd Mrs Fredric Wise, and will en-
ter eighth grade at Palmetto Jun-
ior High in the fall
Bh hobbies include tennis.
bc-wliiu basketball, and he has
played catcher for six years with
i khoury League baseball team

Judy TeHtar
Judy, daughter of Mr and Mrs
lli^J
PHYLLIS B[iHMAKD
Hebrew Awards
To Miss Reinhard
Beach Senior H
it Na-
Award and
:er Lamport Hebrew
meat Award for excel
lence in Hebrew
Of Mr and Mrs Leo
M ami Beach. Phyllis
BS to enter Stern College for
n in New York
Among her many activities at
hool. >he aervei
tcretarj of the Library Com
;- j member of the senior
rd. National Honor Soc
Anch "lab.
Bar ar-d Bat Mitzvah Teacher
Mijh'y qociif:d, *tpr'\tntt4 on4
dedicated. seeks S,a)eee affili-
ctien. Will teoch privately else.
WRITE CANTO* E. D.
toi 2*73 Miami 33101
Jvdrfi .'sscae'} Jdy Terrier
: _-.tier, of Coral Ga:
i> Bas Mitzvah on Friday eve-
- at Ten-.pic Zmml
Judy :s a seventh grade student
a: Por.ce de Leor. Junior High.
She paava riotm ir. the school or-
chestra and also plays piano.
Mr ud Mrs Tettler hosted the
1 ltM| Shabbat following the ser-
i ice.
The celebrant is the grand-
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Isidore Teitier. founders of Temple
Z.or.

Evan Tayle*-
Evan Taylor, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lou Taylor. 1035 NE 176th
St. observed his Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning. May 21. at Beth
To rah Congregation.
A seventh grade student at John
F Kennedy Junior High. Evan's
outside interests include sports
A buffet supper at Beth Torah
on Saturday evening for family
and 55 of the celebrant's friends,
res co-hosted by Scott Wolk. who
also observed his Bar Mitzvah in
the morning.
Mr and Mrs Samuel Davidoff.
Evan's grandparents of New York
and Miami, attended the ceremony
and celebration.

Steven Engle
Services at Temple Sinai on Sat-
urday morning. June 4. to be held
m Washington FederaL 699 NE
167th St.. will include the Bar Mitz-
vah of Steven, son of Mr and Mrs.
Martir. t\:
Steven is a seventh grade stu-
dent at F. Kennedy Jun-
ior High. He was a member of Boy
Scout Troop 239. and his bobbies
.-de fishing, model car racing,
bow- Bag.
Out-of-tew- guesti *:'.'. be his
Mr and Mrs. Her
bert En] NY. and Ml
".
Plain N Y
a
Neil Pelin
of Mr ind Mrs. Sey-
St.. will
become Bar Mitzvah at Beth
David C 'ion on Saturday
Tune 4
.s an eighth grade student
ar.doah High School, and
been at:. {Beta David Re-
-A for the past five
yea: sports.
Mil Sophie Teiteibaum. grand-
parent of Ned. will attend the ser-
a a
Allan Berry
Saturday morning sen'ices. June
4. at T: U include the
Bar Mitzvah of .Ulan, son of Mr
and Mrs Albert J. Berry. 6860 SW
51st
Allen is a seventh grade student
at South Miami Junior High and is
interested in spec
Mr and Mrs Berry will host the
Kiddush following the cererr
and a reception at 8445 Miller Rd
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a
Robert Rosenthal
On Saturday 4 at Beth
Torah Congregation. Robert, son
of Mr and V thai
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Mrs M e RosenthaL of Long
Beach N Y
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Allan Aldarman
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be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.
I 4. at Beth Torah Congre;a-
Mai it a seventh grade student
at John F Kennedy Junior High.
He plays trombone in the school
band and likes athletics. He will
his Hebrew education at
Beth Torah Religious School
Grandparents. Mrs L. 0 Alder-
Baa, of New Haven. Conn., and
Mrs Frances Epstein, of Miami.
w-.il be guests at a reception in his
honor a; home on Saturday night.
a a
Judith Issenberg
Judith, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs David Lssenbtrg. 1029
Malaga. Coral Gabies, was Bas
MitzvaM at Beth David Congrega-
tion or. Wednesday. May 25
Jucith is a seventh grade honor
student at Ponce de L-on Junior
High, and bas been attending Beth
David Religious School for the
past five years. Her interests in-
clude piano playing sewmc. swim-
ming and other water sports. Jud-
ith b also an honor student
Mrs Pearl lssenberg. the cele-
brant s grandmother. attended
the services and Kiddush sponsor-
ed by her parents.
'Americanism1
On JWY Program
Weal Miami Ladies Auxiliary
223. Jewish W'ar Veterans, was to
hold its regular meeting on
Thursday. 8 p.m at the h
Mrs Jack Pales. 5819 SW 4*h St
Mrs Norman Burman was to
preside and Mrs Pales a- to pre-
sent an Americanism program
Recently the Auxiliary i
ted by Mrs Barman, Mrs
Max Rubin, past auxiliary pres-
kteat tad Mrs Abe bgai
welfare chairman, at the A
Assembly of the Miami Cora: Park
- High, where thej
award for aca-
demic achievement to the '
torian a.-.-i tatntatorian of it
w of the new
Dr. Pushkin
To Head Florida
Optometric Assn.
' Pushirn.
will be
the Florid
' n at th.
Ma annual c r
be Doral Beach Hob
- .cceeds Dr. Howard Wi
who will receive a
-hed service aard
ip m the field of
a The meeting opens
Wednesday. June 8
Dr. PosSkin, a past president
of the Dade County OptoTietnc
*$;! on, is a Fellow of the
American Academy of Optome-
try tni received his Doctor o*
Op*c^nerv degree at Pennsyl-
vania Cc'lege. He is a graduate
of St. John's College, past pres-
cient e* Southwest Miami Lions
Club, and served on the Voca-
tional Guidance Committee of
the American Optometric Asso-
ciation. He belongs to Shoiem
Lodge. E nai B'rirh. and the Nor-
Miamians Become
Amal Founders
Mr avj Mrs. David Goodman.
Miami Beach civic leaders, have
become founders of the Greater
Miami Amal Technical High School
in Ramieh. Israel. Announcement
of xhes gift of S2.000 to the proj-
ect of the Greater Miami Israel
rfistadral Committee was made by
Samuel Feinstein. president.
The Goodmans, long-time resi-
dents of the Blackstone Retirement
Hotel, have been active supporters
of the Greater Miami Committee
fcr State of Israel Bonds, the Jew
:sh National Fund, the Zionist Or-
?an;za*:on of America and the Is-
rael Histadrut earnoairr.
Goodman has visited Israel sev-
eral time* since moving to Miami
Beach from Toronto
Greater Mumi Jewry has un-
dertaken te raise ISOt',000 of the
si.ooc.ooo aaafaal to bwiu and
equip the Ramieh school, Fein-
stein said. He pointed out that
"Histadrut in Israet will match
the $500 000 contributed here.
Goodman's son lived in a kib-
butz in Israel some years ago and
the entire family has been in the
forefront of the Zionist movement
for many years.
The Greater Miaaai Amal Tech-
nical High School is part of a
work of secondary schools being
rhout Israel to dose
the gap between govemment-sup-
pon- ntary schools and the
f:ne university- sy>-.
^ants con;.
Israel without the
of technical know-ao*
n-.et?- the df..ands of m->dern
iad kr^"^ the role
of ;-". the eda
is critical Rabbi Leon
Krt: Dorarj an of the
.rtee for
Hea.
man Bruce E ra -
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Henry B Peters
optometr. i-
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official :
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New iounders of the Greater Miami Amal Technicc:
Schoo: ir. Ramlah. hraal ^re seated Mr. and Mrs. David
Goocmcr. veteran Zkonial taodaia c: Miami Beach and Tor-
re Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kctz. also of Mknai
Beacr. rao became founders r* the Histrcdrut-spor.sored
ad recently. Both nrwiptai dor.-'ec S2 000 each toward
the SI.000.000 needed to build and equip the new school.
Katz and Goodman axe active supporters of Israel Bonds.
New Dual Fund and Zionist Organization of America.
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Friday. June 3, 1966
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Closing Exercises
| At Emanu-EI
exercl M for the Daily
School, Sunday School
nation Departments of
Temple Emanu-EI will be held on
siin K. Vunes, chairman of I he board
ition, announced.
Awards and honor certificates
uill be presented at the assembly
which v.ill take place in the main
sanctuary of the temple. Dr. Irv-
ing I-ehrman will address the stu-
ilcnK and a program entitled
Pharaoh's Dream" will be pre-
sented under the direction of
Trixic Levin.
Participants in the play are
Rrwe Kaplan, Terry Shutti. Susan
Estein, Barbara Hirschfield. Olivia
Levin and Debby Buchwald.
Sotomon Schechter Day School
will conduct closing exercises
on Thursday evening, June 9, at
7 p.m. Dr. Lehrman will greet
the youngsters and thoir parents
in the main sanctuary of the
temple. The occasion will feature
a program which the students of
the first through fifth grades
will present in song to the tunes
of "Fiddler on the Roof" written
and directed by Trixie Levin.
Solomon Schechter Day School
is the only Conservative synagogue
day school in the Southeast United
States.
Registration for the 1966-67
lerra, which will include sixth
tirade, is now being accepted at
both school offices at 77th St. and
Dickens Ave., and at 1701 Wash
ington Ave.
Nursery- Kindergarten Depart
men! will participate in the clos-
ing exercises on Thursday evening.
Tbfi youngsters will present a
playlet enl it led "Hurricane Hai
Mis. Naomi Brandeis is sup
ervisor of the Nursery-Kindergar-
ten Department.
Staff includes Mrs. Ada Urett.
Mrs. Edith KaU. Mrs. Marilyn
Tanney, Mrs. Gerta Barnett. Mrs.
G'rtrude Weiss, Mrs. Cilda Cha-
J vin and Mrs. Jane Schulman.
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DR. MORDICAI KAPLAN
5C0 Synagogues
Will Honor
Rabbi Kaplan
By Special Report
More than 500 synagogues
throughout the United States and
Canada will celebrate Saturday.
June 11. as "Rabbi Mordecai M.
Kaplan Sabbath" in. honor, of the
famed religious leader's 85th
birthday.
Sermons and special programs
will be devoted to the life and
teachings of Kaplan, the founder
of the Jewish Reconstruction Kt
movement. A book entitled "Not
So Random Thoughts," by the Re
constructionist Press, will be is-
sued on the occasion of Kaplan's
birthday.
At more t han a dozen fine 11 -
ints in Florida this summer
tlrsl dinner coohtail will b-
offered courtesy of National Air-
lines.
The airline's 1966 summer bonus
book also provides discounts on
a wide variety of items including
clothing, jewelry, fruit, candies
and luggage,
Southbound passengers board-
ing Florida-bound lliehts from
Boston, Providence, New York,
.Newark. Philadelphia. Baltimore.
Washington, DC. Richmond. New-
port News, Norfolk, Charleston,
Savannah and other northern cities
receive the book at check-in time.
Eastbound passengers from I.os
Angeles. San Francisco. San Diego.
Las Vegas, Houston. New Orleans
and Mobile also get the book at
the ticket counter.
The 63 coupons arc redeemable
for shopping, sightsceiug. or dining
out in Miami, Fort Lauderdale.
Hollywood, Tampa. Sarasota, St.
Augustine. St. Petersburg and
Palm Beach.
Women can purchase wigs and
hair pieces at discounts or redeem
their coupons for free cosmetic
analysis even false eyelashes.
Now in their fourth year, the
bonus books will be available until
Nov. 30.
Oli
In,:
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BRENNER
Hall of Fame
Adds Taradash
Miami Beach Hall of Fame was
to add the name of an 11th hon-
orc-c on Thursday, when the por-
trait of William Taradash was to
be placed alongside the previous-
ly selected winners at the Miami
Beach First National Bank.
Unanimously selected by a com-
mittee of six, the man who is of-
ten referred to as one of the last
o:' Miami Beach's fabulous pio-
neers, had vast real estate hold-
ings on the Beach, and was active
in community affairs from his ar-
rival in 1923 to the time of his
death in 1958.
A founding member of the
Miami Beach Committee of 1.
aid trustee of St. Francis and
Mount Sinai Hospitals. Mr. Tara-
dash was a close friend of Carl
I-tsher and many of the early pio-
neers.
He was president of the Lincoln
Road Association
UCP Group
Slates Installation
Miami Women's Unit of United
Cerebral Palsy will hold its inst .il-
lation of officers in conjunction
with a fashion show and enter-
tainment on Saturday at Tony's
Fish Market. The event will in-
clude a luncheon. The following
officers will be installed:
Mesdames Sylvia Braun, prcs-'
ident: Ann M. Rosk, first vice pres-1
ident: Winifred Lever, second vice
president; Rose Delson, treasurer;
Ethel Marcus, recording secretary;
and Helen Parness, corresponding
secretary.
Board of directors are Mesdames
Vivian Parrish, Esther Nerove,
l.ydia De Hersh. Ann Mills, Helen :
Rosenbaum, Sara Rosenhouse, Ann
Cutter, Bess Schonberg, Lil Rap
paport. Bee Weintraub, Nila Math-
iot.
Fashion show will be presented
by the Snob Shop, under fashion
coordinator, Dona Cerami. Songs
are by television personality Jerry
Davies.
Installing officer will be Harry
Botwick, of the Men's Board oi
United Cerebral Palsy.
Mrs. Helen Parness is chairman
of the event. Mrs. Bee Weintniuh.
Mrs. Wyn Lever, Mrs. Lydia De
Hersh, and Mrs. Bess Schonberg j
are cochairmen.
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A mill ti aii'l Hada** li She I'm -
'.n-_.il i" Temple .lmli-ii and wan
... in Hi.- I.illl,- 111. -r l imp
sli.. i- rvll ''! I'\ lie
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dn Funeral 11 -m- .
SCHMOOKLER. IrvInK, S3, 110 v
ITSntl Si., die el Mai .:e. I'.tV'TKl I.
BAIDA. ("harlotIt-, ti. of til". Wlm-on-
-in. II..in, mend An- I nrei liam-, died
May :"<. flordon.
HANTMAN. Kna nn.-l. SI, 'I SMI BW
:<-.i PI., et .1 Mas ti, iSordon.
GOODMAN. Victor I'. 71. .-f 1710 I'm.
Tree I n died May 28.. luvoralde.
KAHN, Hamuel, ;:'. ..f 117". 7th St..
rtli-d May 21 Kervlcee in Baltimore,
Mil., Rlvertdde.
RODNICK, Harvey S., St, ( I3S15 NK
ifh Av< died Ma.) 27. service* In
New Haven, Conn. I!iv. r- Ide
VAGER. Mr*, lot tie, 84, of IS!.....ol-
tins Av,-.. di.-il May 26. N. wnian.
LIPKIN. Sylvan Allen. 15, of 9173
KW TTtli Ave., MAHARAM. Rose. 7'i. of ,-,-lHI Alton
ltd., di.-d May -.'7. )ti\. raid*
s:k;t.Kit. Edward, >'',. of 10295 Col-
lins Ave., died Mai 26. Riverside.
EICHNER. Flora, J2, of 1420 16th St..
.li. .1 Maj 26. l'.lesl.. '_-.
ENFIELD. Al-.-.-. 71. of 17"! Mii-hteuii
Avi-.. dl.-.l Ma. 25. Sn\.-..- In Col-
umbus, i tth i -id..
KIRSCHNER. Ed.the ::. ,of $55 lth
HI .1 .-.1 May 26. Rive i-elde
WERZAN, .|..>. i.liili. 77. of 901 S\V
llth Ave., Hullandale, died Maj 23.
Iliver
NOTICE B PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 6GC S662
.lOHX.VII. !. .1 INKS,
I'111 ll
\'. \ti-: i -i-:i.i hies IINKH,
I-. i. li lain
Ti i \ v mi: i ii:i.i iiikb JIXKM
24S Kt-nn; l.:i .-
i..i. .....
v.. i, wmi: i.i:i.ni:i;> jinks, an
not 11 led that .. Ill
I'l.'im t... I i\..... Ha in n riled
I > "ii. and wti an r e i \. nf yo i- A llaWI i 'I'-.'i-i-
Inu to the IXIII of Complaint on the
i.-iM- attorney, i bvky, i.kvkn-
STRIN .v SlltKIN, 7"'i Alnele> HulW-
iik, Miami, i-,,..iiii... an I fill lh. m Ik-
i .. \ n- v .r oi I'll ndlns In the nfl
..f ilo rler* -! Ho. rirniuli Cnurt nn
ur liefe l-e On- \tli day of July, Ife'.ii.
i If you fall to do ho, judK'tient lj
default will be inken amtlnat >mi for
the r. ii. f .1. tnandi d in the Hill of
. e \.ni).|:iinT.
Thin nutlet- Khali \- -. 11.i- ,,-rt ont-e
i-avh week Xttv four eonsecutlvt. n.k>
in ill i: .h:\vimi fi.i ikiihan.
I'iiNi: A.\i> t -1 -: 111 -: i -,,i Ml;......
i e.i-lda, iliis L'liih day uf May. A.U.
1966.
i:. n. i i-: \tiii:i:.\ian. fierk,
Cln-ilt Conn, l-.i.i- I'.iiMin. Kl.ii.la
- eS.-nll |ly: M Mtetl'ICHITK KKNT
I i. plltj '!
t-i:vi:v. i.t:\ i:.\s-n;iN a: siukin
, 7o .Must.> mag.
Miami, l-lortda 33132
"-'7-2I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY
No. 68C 5713
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IKUVS de ksi-i:i>k.s
Id ei.i:i.;ii:z
. I'laimiiT. ; .
\......Kit"'RODRIflWCZ de la mi-:/..
t left ndunt. .
ii. \iM,i.|-i. i:omtn;ci:z de la.
N i i:/.
.;nl North Si. Clalr
I'lttahurKh 'i, I'- nnsylvanla
Veil AUK HHBK1IY notified llial
a i'oinplalm tux 1 'i..... lea- 1-- *;"
lit i uk i.-i i. and you are
required to -* i a *]> ut your
,- I., it,.- oniiilalnt on i he I'kiln-
UffH attoi ne>. i.i:s PKlt rti"!
.vii..... atldre i N.W. 14th i-ct,
,'.l ami, l-'lor .ii. and file the
of the An.-w, i In thi -. r I" i of the
I-:!. \ .-nili Judicial
in .i.ni i. r i .-I. County, I i
or liefore the -Hi day of July, 1966,
ii default "i whli-h 11 I'omiilalnt will
I., taken as i-,,nf< h.* d hy >o i
DATKI) 'hi- :'7ih daj -.f Mil i
i: u. i.i:.\i'iti.i:.\i \.\
e "I. ..- he CIri-Ult O
i:. MAIttJIIOUITK KKNT
^ :'.-le..i7-L-l
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\i iTIe -K I IKR SIV'KN
,;. Ie, .ii.i.i--.
l,o>i n i me -
II TilKIlN I i : l I il I-:. .'
Strict. I
Hid ;.- Illi with llle- -'.in ell the
i-Uit .-.in ...-il I I-1< -
.ii-:h i vi i inrri.1.. IN"
.i l-ta. Coill
, lS-L'o-1'7 ii
-
.t al.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
' ITIe i: IS IIKKKHY SIVKN that
ide :-.-:i..'. de
In h'lalncHs undi r thi lli nami
.: sritruiSK N rHIN'lS I'NLIM-
ii Ell al ,"954 X.I-: ul. Aw i- Mian I,
Intel I -- i-l name
'|l I-;, III.- 'i: cult Co I '
' le e 'untj, l-'lorl la
i:\e-iiii. n. u:\i.\s. >\
i. .\. !: Ki:i-;\i: so i
I'AITI, k\vit.m:v ..|
-ii vi:i:sri;iN, kuiinkv ,v
(M)i;i >iss
\'-i .....iyn ten-Appli.eiints
420 Mnooln IM., Miami Be ach
el 3-10-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C-3919
NOTICE OF SUIT
HII.TeiX .I. I.WI'KV. SIL. and
I \l!\ V SAAII'.-eiN. SB.,
Ilalntlfftt,
\ S.
RIMife'KV i-J.T Sl'ilTT. el ux,
lieft ndantH.
Ti i: in >i!KItT e". I-"1 01
11 s...i Urook l ark Road
(' v, land :t". e ihlo
l^.i 132
Yul Alia HEREBY NOTIFIBO thai
a sun lias I., .n i'i-oimlit ac*ilns1 you
'.. iiii.-ii.n j. i.am.ky, sit. and
HAIIVY SAMPSON, Sit. to foreclose
a mortcase Mteumberinc the- follow-
Iiik d,s- -ii.. el property, to-wlt:
I...-. 12. iii Ulock ej. of CKEST-
W<" il i. ae-.-..nllni{ to the plat
thereof, ..- recorded In Plat I.....'
at ...- 7. of the public recordu
e.r Dade County, HlorJda;
and you are retiulrad t>> file your an-
awer mllh tin I'le rk e>f ih.- Clretllt
of 1 lade 'nuntj. I- )> Ida, at the
CourthoiiHe In Miami, Klorlda, on or
before Jtilj s. I960 and '.. nerve a eopj
of mich annwt-r ii|mn Plalntlffa' attor-
ney, HAVII) I' t'ATSMAN, -vli.-. ad-
.-r-s. is 101 Kant Plawler Street, Mi-
ami, h^loiiila. --n "i- before aJd date
:i... r- | ; r .1 b) the ..rl.la
fall In do -- ll.....plaint
will l- taki ii a- confi used bj ,ou and
: i... i. i ......-. HI I......
; .i< m.in.l.-.I
i. -ii ompla nt.
li.ii.il al Mi.i i i. Florida, Miis 26th
das of Mai. 1964
K II I.'. CrHEBM W
i"|. rk of the '' .n Court
I ia.i. i -..iiiiii. t lorlda
Bj : MAIKIPKBITK KENT
11. |. .i\ i 'li rk
DAVID I', e VTH.M \ N
101 K ist Klacb r str. t
Klorlda
0-17-34
IN THE CIRCUIT C ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORID s
No. 66C M41
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
III:I I \ M VKTINESJ,
I'lalntiff, i
\Md:i:\\ MAKIINK'/.
I i.e. ndant.
Y..a. ANDREW MYARTIN-E55, Hot
Newton, 2S28 Hit..iel\..ij Kew 1
e'll\'. New Vork, in'. ie-.|iiin- \..iii miswer ie. ih. Cntrqiluint i-
Hlvolce With Hie- <"! rk ..I tin- aBoi
i and -; \. .. ttip} thereof ti j
llciinaii e'..la n. l-:si|.. i::iie-n Congl't
Ituil.lln-, Miami, l'l..|-ida. ..II or ln-l"l
Jul) *.lh. Iteilel. ..i -......i|.laint vs
. raJten as e.nt"e.-s-. d.
DATED at MlHmi, Dade Com
l- lorlda, ilns is' 'l ii r June, I9W
i-:. ii ij-:aT:Ii eh man
Cle rk nf 111. '!-.-nil C.....t. .
it- '. iv nmDUAKi
\\,-:-\" -.
IN THE COUNTY JUOGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAflE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 709JS.-6
In tu:: Estate of
I.II I.IAN eV SH \1M0) l
'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All f'reditv: > a*M Ad r---
lliiiinv i'to>M)8 or Jrfem^ii. Again
Si,i.i Katate; ,
Yon lev" li.-ivhe. notflit-eTI anil re
null-eel le, i/r.s. nliienwni-rftri- ""l "
maiiel*. ul||i-h i.in m.i nave ajraln-
ill. state ..f I.II.I.IA V: i': SHAl'l It'
I descended late of Naaeau County, Ni
York, ie. the i'..null JutUfes of Dad
t'ounty. and file- the nV in dupllcal
land a.s pruvidt-ri n "*ecl "it 733 16, l-"l-
Ida Statuti -. In Ihi Ir ..:ii.-. in il
e '..11 1 V I'l.lli tholIHe ill I IAd| e -,,ii
t-'i... i.i i vi a.n six .-al. ii ia montl
. p hi M......' flral publlcatie
or i h. .- in. w i I.,
i in .1 k Mln ml, I-"- rlda, thli
.'..i ..: ll,. \ i' 1966.
I.Kl i.NARI e SII.M'IKe I
I 'i il.fll SHA I'IRl e
\- Exe Horn
- ..a : i In- not
i ii day of lu
I'llM.ii' .1. Mil.1.Kit
An..i thi Executors
107 I. olu Hoae, Miami lie n h, l-'i...
.'I- 7-.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 69-349-C
iii in:: i:.-i.i>. of
Ji.llN MIl.T. IN liltl IB
Dee -a-, ll.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All fredltom and Al
hlavlns ClalniS oi l'e:nalie!(s A-a.
Said I ."-i.ii -:
Yum are ii. r.-i>> notlflepd and
I llred 1" l> s- nt .(i.\ i-lainis anil di
nianils whlcn you maj have aa-xln
ih. palate of JtiH.N MJI.TtiN e;r;..
.l.-.....-,s,.d late of I ladi Cti rldi
;.. the i 'ountj Judat-H ..f I lade l "oui
111el I'il. ih. syin,. ii duplicate and .
provided in Section 733.16, l-'i.. -
Siaini.s, in their office* in the COur-
lj .-..ii i n. .is. in Dude County, l-'1-
Ida, within -ix oalendar inontha fro
tin- time of ih. firm publication hen -
of. or the aame will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 261
lay .,i May. A.P 9(6
ItltAeK e;|{, ,|:
As Admlnbtratrlx
rirsi publication of thin notice
Hi. 3rd day ..f .inn. ISM.
Morris i'-iiii-:n
i torn, y for (iraci i ,roo
I09!l !...... I'.- Leon Ulvd,
e N rul e labli s. I''1h.
.. 1.10-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 699-'.'. C
In RK: Batati ol
.n iHN Mll.TeiN .tit. IB
.......is.-.l.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors .' VII IT-.-i
Havinu t'lalniH ur Dt-manda Aaal
said l-.sl.el.-:
Y..-.1 are hereli fled and
iiulretl to pre ill an) clalme n
III ii.. ink >\ hi. ii lia \. .. ga
the M >: -a .|e.||\ Mll/PON e;';i .
di i-eaned late ( I lade County, Kloi
Ida, to thi -'..mil Judges of I lad
County, anel file- the aame In dupli-
e-ati ami ..- prtu lib .1 In S. utlon 7 I
, l-'i..: Itla s'ai it. s. in their offices i
Hi.- I Vltinty I'o'll li. -. ill I lad.- > '-
[ ty, Plorlda. within nix i i- dar month4
from the time < tin firsi public*!
li......', or In i e.111 lie Lai i. .1.
Dated al .Miami. Florida, iliis 271
-.a. of Mm. a.d
OR \. K i|Ri ill
As- .vi:- InlneTrati Ix
I- rat i.i.l'li.-.iti. i ..t' -in- not i- e 0 2
?he .i .lav ..f June, I -
Me IRRIS e ill EN
Al tome y for i Irae. i ;--..i.
I'o i. li.- i..~m Ulvd
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Niicrmi Beach City of Hope Florida-Israel Friendship Mission
is shown on arrival at JFK Airport in New York enroute to
Europe and krael via El Al Israel Airlines. Holding the placard
are Mrs. Cy Plasky, president of the group and Mrs. Irving
Rubin, organizer of the tour. They carried personal greetings
of Miami Beach's Mayor, Elliott Roosevelt and a Proclamation
of Friendship to Mayor of Jerusalem Teddy Kollek. The group
will be received at a special reception in honor of this show
of friendship by Mayor Kollek and will be staying at the King
David Hotel from June 3 to 5. Ben Volpe, of Volpe Tours,
handled the travel arrangements for the group.
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO APPLY FOR
CHANCE OF NAME
Chancery No 66C 5620
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