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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 10, 1966

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 10, 1966

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:01949

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
;clume 29 Number 23
Miami, Florida. June 10. 1966
Two Sections Price 2~;Z
Reds Say We Interfere
In Saudi Home Affairs
Al a session of the annual convention of the American Jew-
ish Press Association are (ieft to right) Vice President
Humphrey, U.S. Rep. Claude Pepper, and Fred K. Shochet.
publisher of The Jewish Floridian. Leading congressmen and
senators attended the session to meet publishers of English
cncuage newspapers across the nation and to discuss top
current issues.
OFF-THERECORD ADDRESS
'ABSOLUTELY NO BASIS'
Eshkol Rebukes Moscow
For Latest Allegations
LBJ Meets Publishers
At Jewish Press Talks
WASHINGTON (JTA) Pres- lion of the Jewish press to human-
int Johnson welcomed at the itarian causes.
) hite House a delegation of more
ISRAU C4B/NFT
KtJtCJS NOT! PAGC 13-4
WASHINGTON (JTA) Com-
petent circles here are watching
with utmost interest the campaign
which the Soviet press started
against Israel under the pretext:
that Israel is preparing for "provo-
cations" against Syria. Soviet news-
papers are also attacking Israel |
for acquiring jet bombers from the
United States.
A statement from Moscow dis- j
tributed here today by Soviet dip-
lomats alleged that "high ranking;
United States officials recently! "absolutely no basis for insinua
held conferences with the Govern-
ment and the general staff of Is-
rael." It claimed that "aggressive
and extremist forces in Israel are
' being spearheaded against neigh-
boring Arab states" and that:
"provocations by Israel in areas!
bordering on neighboring coun-
tries have become more frequent."
PARIS (JTA) Israels Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol. who stopped
here last weekend enroute to a
visit to Africa, said that there was
en-
the
tions and allegations in a Tass
Statement that, in relations with!
other states in the Middle East, i
Israel acts as an agent of any other
country."
Commenting on the charges car-
ried by the Soviet news agency the Prime Minister added, for the
Syria which is constantly
gaged in provocations on
frontier. From Syria, infiltrators
come to murder peaceful agricul-
tural workers on Israeli territory
as in the recent Almagor inci-
dent. It is Syria which, from
time to time, proclaims the in-
tention to attack Israel.
"It should not be too difficult."
Soviet Union to ascertain the ag-
gressive military order of battle
on the Syrian frontier with Israel,
A participant, on the initiative
of the President, was Ambassa-
dor Arthur H. Goldberg, chief
American delegate to the United
Nations. President Johnson com-
mended the work of Mr. Gold-
berg, noting how the sons of
Jewish immigrants could rise
to great heights in the United
States.
The delegation was led by Mor-
teresl and concern. Touching on a ris Janoff. association president
variety of subjects of world con- and publisher of the Jewish-Stand-
ditions in general, he talked es-
;< dally about the Middle East. In
vitlcoming the publishers and ed
-.in 30 members of the American
lewistl Press Association. The cd-
IOH and publishers were in Wash-
ninon for the organization's five-
i. > annual convention. The con-
dition was part of the observance
American Jewish Press Week.
In an off the-record address, the
I resident indicated, during the
half-hour visit, the importance he
ittached to matters of Jewish in-
The Soviet statement quoted
press reports as stating that "the
Israeli army has been alerted,
leaves for officers and men have
been cancelled, Israeli troops art
being concentrated on the bor-
ders with Syria. The Chief of
General Staff of the Israeli
Continued on Page 3-A
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that Israel, the United States and
Britain were "plotting to over-
throw" the Syrian Government, Mr.
Eshkol said that the allegations of 'ts range, categories of its weapons
and concentration in areas where
Israeli troop concentrations on the
Syrian border were "entirely with-
out foundation."
"Time and again Israel has
expressed the sincere desire as
a sovereign state in the Middle
East for peace with her neigh-
bors," Mr. Eshkol said. "It is
it is forbidden under the armistice
agreement."
"One cannot avoid the suspi-
cion." he said, "that Syrian alle-
gations are being made with the
purpose of hiding malicious de-
Continued on Page 2-A
INTIMIDATION OF WORSHIPPERS IN SYNAGOGUES
Anti Semitism Strong in Ukraine
he commended the dedica
ard of Jersey City. N.J.
The delegates were also address-
Continued on Page 10-A
ALARMING IN LVOV fAGl 6 4
Shazar to Meet Johnson
On Trip This Summer
to intervene. The Jewish situ-
ation in Kiev was reported as
worse than in any other major
Jewish community in the USSR.
Since 1959. there has not been
LONDON (JTA) Respon
sible travelers returning here from
the Soviet Union report unre
strained anti-Jewish activities by
Kiev officials, intimidation of wor-
shippers at the Kiev synagogue
and an increase of arrests of Kiev a single Jewish stage performance
Jews on economic crimes charges, in spite of many requests from
The reports are based not only .lews courageous enough to speak
on personal impressions of the vis- out, and despite applications by
WASHINGTON (JTA) discussion of the details of the jtors bu( a|so on discussions with Jewish touring companies to be
tative sources al the For- President's travel plans. Foreign jews .|nll non-Jews in Kiev. The allowed to perform in Kiev, the
Ministry here said that Pres- Minister Abba Eban reDorted to travelers give a population of Jews visitors stated. The congregation
Zalman Shazar Is expected _, .........------, oK, Ic,.0rc r_ m Kiev as ar>out 200.000. which of the Kiev synagogue was re-
NEGOTIATING
et with President Johnson at
White House next month dur-
B private visit to Washington.
the Government about Israel's re
lations with the governments of contrasts with the 153,000 reported ported by them to be constantly in
South America He proposed that in the official census
cooperation between Israel and
Mr. Shazar notified the Israeli Latin America be expanded by in-
inet Sunday that, on his way creasing the exchanges of experts
ack to Israel from a trip to South an(| trainees between Israel and
countries in South
a which will take him on
Ificial state visits to four Latin
American countries he will pay
private visit'* to the United
States The Cabinet decided that.
Turing Shazar's absence. Kadish
'-/ speaker of the Knesset, will
tx Acting President.
Itinerary for the tour, to be
taken by President Shazar and a
party of seven, including Mrs.
shazar. is as follows: Uruguay.
June 22 to 27; Chile, June 27 to
July 4: Argentina. July 4 to 12;
Brazil, July 18 to 27 The President
and Mrs. Shazar will rest for a
itw days in Uruguay between their
visits to Argentina and Brazil. Af-
ter visiting the United States, they
n scheduled to return to Israel
early in August.
the various
America.
The visitors assert that author-
ities in Kiev seem to have com-
plex freedom in pursuing anti-
Jewish policies, and that the
Moscow authorities do not seem
timidated by synagogue officials
who are believed to be acting as
agents for Soviet security author-
ities The chief wardenman. named
Gendelman, is particularly feared.
Continued on Page 5-A
UPTON AGAIN TO HEAD FEDERATION
CJA Victory Supper Saturday
DRIVE P4ST 99 PlKtNT Of G041 P AGl i-A
Lipton is president of Dade Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Association.
He served as Combined Jewish Ap-
Joseph M. Lipton has been no-
minated for a second term as pres-
ident of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation His name heads the peal chairman for the 1961 cam-]
slate which will be presented to-paign and also has served as cam-;
the 28th annual meeting of Fed-! paign vice chairman in the Sav-;
cration Saturdav night at the Fon- ings and Loan and Finance Divi-
tainebleau Hotel by Fred K. sions. the Initial Gifts Division and
Shochet. chairman of the Federa in every important facet of the
In connection with the Cabinets .ion nominating committee. CJA campaign and of Federation.
Lipton was a member of the
Seventh United Jewish Appeal
Study Mission to Rome and Is-
rael which took place in Octo-
ber, 1950. He returned to Israel
on the 12th UJA Mission held
last fall. He also served on the
national United Jewish Appeal
committee for community ac-
Continued on Page 2-A
Ford Eyes
Assembly
For Haifa
DETROIT (JTA i Ford
Motor Company announced this
week it was negotiating to author-
ize truck arid tractor assembly by
one of Israel's leading automotive
dealers The company said that if
an agreement was reached. Pales-
tine Automobile Corporation Ltd..
would build United States and
British Ford products in an assem-
bly plant to be In operation in 12
months.
Ford has given a letter of intent
to Dr. Saul Lipschitz, a director of
Palestine Automobile Corporation,
confirming the plans, subject to
completion of financial arrange-
ments. The assembly agreement
will be limited initially to com-
mercial vehicles and tractors. Pal-
estine Automobile Corporation now
imports a variety of completed
American, English and German
Ford vehicles for sale through out-
lets in 11 Israeli cities.
The agreement will follow the
pattern established by Ford in
Continued on Page 13-A


Page 2-A
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Continued from Page 1-A
tivities in observance of fhe
UJA s 25th anniversary.
Ho has been a member _of the
board of governors and the execu-
tive committee of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation since its
inception.
Lipton lias been a leader in com-
munity, civic, and fraternal activi
ties since his arrival in .Miami in
1925. He received the Silver Medal
Brotherhood Award of the Florida
Kesion of the National Conference
of Christians and .lews last year.
He is the immediate past president
of TVmple Emanu-El. annual pat-
ron of the Dade County Outstand-
ing Citizen's Award for the Sholern
Lodge of B'nai B nth. a trustee of
Mount Sinai's Hospital, and served
on the Citizens Committee of the
University of Miami.
He has served as treasurer of
the Dade County Chapter of the
American Red Cross, and in 1951
was general chairman of the Dade
County Fund drive. He is a past
president of the Florida Savings
and Loan League. He is a mem-
ber of key Cnited States Savings
and Loan League committees.
In addition to Lipton, the fol-
lowing have been nominated as
new officers for the Federation:
Samuel N. Friedland, honorary
president; Sidney Lefcourt, im-
mediate past president; and Sid-
ney Ansin, Judge Irving Cypen,
Leon Kaplan, Dr. Irving Lehr-
man and Milton Weiss, vice pres-
idents.
David I'. Catsman has been no-
minated as treasurer and Marshall
is. Harris has been nominated for
the position of associate treasurer.
Norton Pallol is the nominee for
JOSEPH M. UPTON
secretary, with Harry B. Smith de-
signated as associate secretary.
Past presidents of the Federa-
tion include Sam Blank. A. J. Har-
ris. Sam J. Heiman, Howard Kane.
Aaron M. Kanner. Stanley C
Myers. Max Orovitz. Dan B. Rus-
kin. Jacob Slier. William D. Singer
and Carl Weinkle.
Shochet announced that Sam
Blank again has been nominated
to serve as chairman of trustees
of the Federation. Trustees for the
new slate include Leonard Abess.
Shcpard Broad. Leo A. Chaikm.
Sam A. Goldstein. Ernest Jams.
Samuel Kipnis. Baron dellirsch
Meyer, A. J. Molasky, Joseph If.l
Rose. Harry Sirkin. Mrs. Samuel
Sinionhoff and Mrs Carl Weinkle.
Acceptance of this slate and of
Premier Eshkol Rebukes Moscow
For Most Recent False Allegations
those nominated to positions on
the board of governors will be
moved at the annual meeting Sat-
urday night, one of the highlights
of the CJA victory supper and
dance at the Fontamebleau Hotel.
- I.....ilnated : I he board -i
ovi ii. ii. I la I old Abbott,
Mr-, .i;.. i; Alilln, William Axraaove,
Ah ih., ,, .1 Al.-s..'. It U illi.nii-
Apt\ l. .inl.s Arkln, Startle) Arkin,
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nun, .1. ruim llliink, Rnln 11 l>. Blum
Jr., M i> Itlchurd Itiiolcnuin, Jow**ph
I :.: -. \ In i 'aKw II, Jai k ('artier,
Ds i 'ra v it, A Budd Culler, I Iwi-
j.imi;. i
Alwi, Joseph Uill.-t. Mra. Joreph
l intuv, l.i.. i:i>. nati In, I., on I nil,
Mra. Ki.im.'i.v I'liini. I:, n K.---n.
Wall, r I .ilk. Mm. A a run lair, I'.ml
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M in. A. c. Fine, Mai tin
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Irvinii i-'r.ini;. i. Mayable Priedherar,
Judge \i lii i, \ i' ilman, S> nej
Uana, Joavph (iardner, Joseph Gar-
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(lotdman, Sajn (loldman, Mra s. .1
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lirahnm, Sathan S Gumetilok, Maur-
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kind, Edward Swerulin. Bur'$/! BONDS '
Alao, Harold Thurman. Bvrnn i ? ^Holii,.,,.^'"''"'
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Continued from Page 1-A
signs. Israel's fervent desire foi
peace and quiet on the frontiers
oblige her to maintain the max
imum possible restraint on human-
itarian grounds. It should be clear
to Syria and to her friends and in-
deed to international opinion that
she must abstain from acts of
provocation, sabotage and murder."
Mr. Eshkol recalled his sug-
gestion in Israel's Parliament
earlier this month that the ab-
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vJewist fkrkReun
Page 3-A
Reds Charge Meddling in Mideast
Continued from Page 1-A
Army. *itihak Rabin, is making
provcti'ive speeches against
Arab ?ites, evidently, depicting
matte-! as if Israel can lay down
whaf policy countries bordering
on he- most pursue," the Soviet
statement asserted.
The Soviet Army organ "Red
Star" reaching here today carries
j an article criticizing the U.S. sale
| of arms to Israel. The newspaper
s;iid America was trying to "drive
B wedge between the Arab coun-
tries. Another newspaper "Soviet
skaya Russiya" said "The new
American Israeli agreement on
rig Cooperman (center), vice commander of the Department
ol Florida, Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A., reviews state
convention activities with William Pollard, of the Deauville
Hotel Left is Mrs. Sophia Lee, senior vice president of the
slate Lo ci.es Auxiliary.
Florida JWV Maps Next Convention
The annual state convention of
Ihe Florida Department. Jewish
War Veterans of the United States
oi America and its Auxiliary will
begin on Friday, June 10, 8 p.m.,,
at the Deauville Hotel in Miami
Beach, when Rabbi Morris Skop, of
Temple Beth Shirah. conducts Sab-
bath evening religious services.
At least five high-ranking na-
tional officers of JWV are expect-
ed to attend the three-day conven-
tion. Jack Berman. commander of
'<. Department of Florida, an- '
'. hi need that the'national officers
include Isaac Murow, quartermas-,
Ralph Grossman, adjutant;
Felix Putterman, legislative direc-
r; Malcolm A. Tarloff. chairman
the insurance committee: and
Daniel Weal Heller, past national
immaiMU r.
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mqui I i n Saturday bj Berman to
who has "furthered the
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At a luncheon on the same day.
Auxiliary President Irene Cooper-
man will honor the "JWV Woman
of the Year."
arms supplies to Israel has con-
structed a direct bridge between
Washington and Tel Aviv." Leaders
of Israel, it said, "wish to serve
as a spearhead directed by im-
perialism into the heart of the
Arab national liberation move
ment."
Israel meanwhile accused the
Syrian Government of "direct and
open incitement to war, contrary
to the Charter of the United Na
lions," against the provisions of
the Israeli-Syrian armistice agree-
ment of 194!) and in \iolation of
"the basic principles of interna-
tional law." The charge was made
in a letter to Dr. .( G. de Beus,
of the Netherlands, (his month's
president of the Security Co
iron: Ambassador .Michael S Com
ay, Israel's permanent represents
ive to the United Nations.
Comay's letter was a reply to
one addressed to Dr. de Beus last
week bj Syria's Ambassador,
George .1 Tomeh, who denied his
government's responsibility for
raids into Israel by El Fatah, the
Arab terrorist group, and charged
Israel with aggressive intentions.
Among other claims. Syria con-
Beach Democratic Club
Democratic Club of Miami Beach
will meet on Wednesday evening at
the Sea Isle Hotel.
Guest speakers will be Marshall
H. Harris, Democratic nominee for
State Legislature, and Judge Fran- i
cis X. Knuck.
Club president is Wally Gluck. I
tended that, during March and
April, it had filed 220 complains
against Israel with the Syrian-
Israeli Mixed Armistice Commis-
sion.
"It is unclear," Comay wrote,
"whom this statistic is meant to
impress or mislead. These are
routine complaints, and the
Mixed Armistice Commission has
a backlog of approximately
60,000 like them. It might be
added that Israel complaints
against Syria for the last month,
April, alone total ?53, some of
them of grave character."
<"i the other hand. <
pointed out, Sj ria'f presi lent Dr
Nureddin al Atassi had call
open war againsl Israel only 10
days ago, while Israel Prime Min-
ister Lev! Eshkol had reit
in- Government's "sincere desire
for peace" only last week. Mr i
may's letter did nol call for a
meeting of the Securitj Council on
its dispute with Syria, requesting
only that his letter be circulated
as a Security Council document.
A Foreign Ministry spokesman
reported in Jerusalem that Israel
was continuing its campaign to
impress foreign governments with
the danger to regional peace stem
ming from Syrian sabotage.
He said Foreign Minister Abba
Eban had met in recent days .
with ambassadors of France,
Britain and Russia and informed
them that Israel took a grave
view of the situation created by
Sy-ian attacks. He will meet
with other envoy*, including
Walworth Barbour of the United
States, for the same purpose.
Political sources emphasized that
Israel would stop being concern-
ed only when all Syrian aggres-
sion ended.
Four Israeli Arabs who were ar-
rested in the northern part of tha
country, were brought before the
Haifa District Court here and
charged with spying for Syria,
rhej were accused of transferring
material to Syrian intelligence
since 1958. All pleaded not guilty,
and were detained for further
hearings to be held June 14
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Volume 39
Number 23
Tower of Babel:
The Soviet
Charge
When the legendeers of the
Te ver of 3obel emerged with their
myth, they undoubtedly had poli-
t.;.ans in mind. The current Soviet-
li.-celi confrontation is a ;ase in
point
Moscow is warning Israei not to
conspire with the Un;ted States and
Britain against the leftist regime in
Sr-jdi-Arabia.
For their part, the Israelis are
insisting that it is the Saudi-Arabians
who have aggressive designs, as
repeated incidents of infiltration and
tha Syrian military buildup along
the Israel border seem to indicate.
To make their charge all the
rr.cre believable, the Russians point
tc the U.S. sale of jets to Israel as
cr example of the "Israeli-western
imperialist conspiracy" to which
they allude.
Moscow, of course, makes no
mention in this regard to the meth-
od.cal arming they have beer, doing
o: Nasser s Egyptian force, which
has kept the Middle East In a tur-
moil since at leapt a decade ago.
Hence the charges and counter-charges are
clear reflections of the Tower c* Babel dilemma.
where men speak in a variety of toncues and
fail to understand one another. The difference
here, of course, is that there is understanding,
but no confession to understanding. Invective
and threat seem to serve the Soviet's purpose
fc: more effectively.
We observe an interesting parallel between
the current situation and the 1956 Suez-Sinai
wcr. On Oct. 29 of that year, the campaign was
launched on a note of surprise, leaving the
U.S. totally dumbfounded and unprepared. To
seme extent, this may explain the monolithic -
aliy angry American response to the Franco-
British-Israeli move.
Today, there is no surprise; indeed, there
is, as yet, no campaign. Neither would the pur-
pose of such a campaign be quite as clearcut
as it was then. The major difierence. of course,
is that France, then also bogged down in
Algeria and nursing the near-mortal wounds
of her recent Viet Nam involvement, has now
been superceded in the alleged triumverate
by the United States, herseli involved in Viet
Nam today.
Would France play the devil's advocate in
the event the Soviets have reason for their
charges in the same way that the Eisenhower
Administration played this role nearly a dec-
ade ago? Despite Prime Minister Eshkol's cat-
egorical denial of the whole thing late last
week in Pans, the Middle East bears more mil-
itary watching these days than it has in a good
long time.
Women 9s Burden
Fault of the Law
A CALL on the rabbinical authorities of the world to Mint
^ Jewish law in order to overcome the disabilities of wn "*
matters concerning remarriage, divorce, inheritance and doIvo n m
adopted last week by the International Council of Jewish u' V
its triennial convention in London. Representing approximately0*^
women in 19 countries, including the National Council of Jeul A m
of the United States, the ICJW Convention urged the rabbis to *"
Eliminate the necessity of "chalitsa" (the ceremony in ku
childless widow is -untied" from her dead husbands survivine hS 3
if she wishes to remarry again) when the man is not free to ma-
when he is too young to do so. Also, protect women against unrli r
able refusal to give "chalitsa" or the demand for a reward 1 T
part of the brother-in-law. d w ,h
When two parties live at great distances, or circumstanci *
not permit them to meet, make it posible for a written declaraUm
release to take the place of the present ceremonie-
Eliminate the disabilities of the "aguna" the "chained wifa"
whose husband has disappeared, iThere is no presumpt ,f \J.h
after a certain number oi years in Jewish law. and the
can be effectively barred from marrying again.i
' thu-
t
an
The No. 2 Spot
Sen. frvits (Rep.-N.Y.) is deadly serious
about running for President Fact is thct Gov.
Rockefeller of New Y^rk recently suggested
the Senator as a Vice Presidential nominee to
run with Gov. Romney of Michigan in 1968.
Javits wants all or nothing.
It is our view that Javits as Vice President
would meat with anti-Semitic opposition strong
enough "> cast doubt on the value of his
candidacy. On the other hand, he would meet
with sufficient acceptance among the liberal
and modarate elements or the Republican
Party, now disenchanted by the 1964 Cold-
water fiasco and fearful of a Birchite takeover,
to inspue In them new and profoundei interest
in the '63 .ampaign.
This >u!d be the revitalization of
the GC ountry.
For wh >uld
go ale:
CJA Victory Certain
With the 1966 Combined Jewish Appeal
past the 99 per cent mark, and victorv cer-
tain." Greater Miami's Jewish community
deed can be proud of its accomplishment. This
year's effort represents the largest amount ever
raised here in a one-card, non-emergency cam-
paign. Even taking into account two-card cam-
paigns, the CJA for 1966 is the most successful
drive of the '60s.
Chairman jay I. Kislak and his entire cam-
paign committee deserve congratulations from
all of us. Several hundred persons will gather
at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Saturday night
versity for an evening of "Fun with Federation."
But even as the celebration is held, we must
be mindful that attaining or surpassing the goal
of SI,566.666 only meets the minimum needs
of the local, national and overseas agencies
dependent upon CJA funds.
Every indication points to additional needs
for the 1967 Combined Jewish Appeal. Coupled
with the inflationary trends at home and
abroad, the demands of next year's campaign
will be a true test of how firmly Greater Mianu
Jewry has awakened to its responsibility.
Goldberg's Unhappiness
From the Jewish Theological Seminar-, to
the American Jewish Committee last weekei. I
at its 60th annual meeting. UN Ambassador
Arthur Goldberg seems to be busy scurry
the circuit as a guest speaker at majoi Jewish
functions.
This month, he appears at Brandeis '
versity commencement exercises.
But somehow, after a while, one gets the
feeling that he is doing more than speaking as
a high-level U.S. representative, with all thct
this implies. In fact, the implication is decidedly
wrong.
Ambassador Goldberg does not speak at
these events, as he did at the recent Golden
Jubilee convention of the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board or^at the Seminary, in behalf of the
nation or the administration. Rather, it seems
to us, he speaks for himself.
And what he seems to be saving is that he
is a lonely and unhappy man. As U.S. Supreme
Court Justice, the Ambassador was far less
available for such engagements.
There is no secret about the fact that Am-
bassador Goldberg was sad to leave the bench.
This says nothing derogatory about his pres-
ent post, which is supremely sianificant and
too echelon in the nation's affairs 1" met
thai he would have be piei
. ..is.
In countries (such as Iran' where religious minorities live ur.de-1
he laws oi their religions, do sway with the possibility 0I
ind reconsider rules of inheritance which tend I
grave disadvantage of widows and daughters
*
INCREASt Of TtMPTATION TODAY
JN URGING modernization of the position of women tht [i '\v a<
sorted that the anomoiies ot these family laws ii
and excuses existing today for your.-' people to forsal
of their fathers
iithe.- convention sessl ins were devoted to "the
issimilation," with emphasis on familj re
education; 'problems of the idult"; and the relai
nited Nations and voluntarj organizations Mrs 1
rman o: the -UNICEF Executive board, and wife of i
v: a sador to the United States, and Lord Hill of Lator cl
'i Bi tain's Independent Television Authority, were in major
speal The theme of the meetings, The Family.'' *a-
from George Santayana's 'The Life of ..
the family is one oi nature's masterpieces
Twenty three women represented the National Co
" mien of the United Stati at the gathering.
The adoption of the petition followed study ot the st '
under Jewish law by all of the affiliates of the Late
wemenls h*)dy. It was originall; p d eleven years e ICJW
affiliate in Iran
According to an article in the current issue of
publication of the National ouncil il h wish W en. A
widely in their views on the need to n nl
law concerning women's status
tHt fQUAUTY Of WOMEN
WABBI JOSEPH B Soloveitchik, chairman of the Ha
* law) Commission of the Rabbinical Council of \ i and l
tual mentor of American orthodox rabbi- in an >
view with the author of the article. Richard Yaffe. assert i notti
Ing suggests to us the idea that Judaism considered s equal
to men.'
He declared that -any rabbi will do hi- best l" free
the chains of "Igun." noting that the rabbis had bee!
quest! of women "whose husbands had disappeared lurii
aust Even when the problem arises in it-
when the hu.iband refuse- to -live a get a- an act of vii
we usually prey ail' in convincing him to gran; tl
However, the article quotes Rabbi Emanuel Rack.':...:
who :- assistant to the president of Yeshivah Universitj ig tha-
In no urea of Jewish law is there so keen '
liberalism as in the area of family law Rabin Rackman
Mil) the devout -pay the price of loyalty to the law,
lean Jews .ire remarried by Conservative and Refo i
.'.'.-' marriages are not properly dissolved fron
the Orthodox.
Rabbi Rackman further argued that in cases when
riage had been performed by civil judges or even by Rei
rabbis," and thi. is not valid according to -halach..
any without a Jewish bill of divorce
*A33I S BOLL [QUALS Zf.R0
JO this, another outstanding
,i- replj In -
"You don't need a rabbi to perform a man a
ceremonj He is onl i
at i- needed is al value
: tnesses. The i ... \ did v hen the -..-'
... Iesh<: I ?
ance with the laws of M and r
ed And a "get" is as e< -ssarj to part them re..... tethe
there was a Reform rabbi or a Chief Rabbi | reset I
Rabbi Ira Eisenstein, president of the Reconstru*
lion, objected to the position that change In the Jewisl
would be "grafting an alien branch onto the 'Halacha
asserted ihat "everyone who studies Halacha
Jewish ideas have been grafted onto Jewish la-.y con* nl
wou! : not be the first time we borrowed from another cult ire
Instead of looking for a way of changing the law,
"the rabbis devote all their ingenuity to getting around it The law
has to be flexible and have the consent of the governed Sooner or
later. Rabbi Eistenstein forecast, "the Conservatives and the Recon-
StructionistS will have to make change- without the Orthodox."
The Conservative Movement has evolved a Ketubah which includes,
along with the traditional pledges, an agreement that if a marriage ft
: -lived by civil law. the husband and wife are required '
a Beth Din of the Rabbinical Assembly and The Jewish
nary of America and cany out n< decisions In regard to a
ise refuses to do this, then the othe
table m civil law and equitj
I this s mn obligation Mi
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Columnist Should Apologize
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
The articulate literary brain of'
the Fourth Est.-tle. under the head-1
Ing of 'Random Thoughts on a
Long Weekend." deserves some
somber and clear thinking for a
definite apology and public retrac-
tion to the many readers of The
Jewish Floridian.
acquired the sole and exclusive
patent rights for reverence in pur-
veying such humbleness and piety
to our great national immortals'' A
retraction and apologies are def-
initely in order by The Jewish
Floridian.
AARON EISENSTEIN
Bay Harbor Islands
Berating the good name of Mayor EDITORS \()TE. ReDlie, Execmiv,
Robert Kftlg High for "plagiarism," ;;..,..., Mmdlln -, ,,-, mi
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of Temple
Menorah. congratulates Sharon Steckler and Andrew Rube],
who scored highest in city-wide tests of the Bureau of Jewish
Education. Andrew scored hichest in Chumash and Sharon in
Hebrew studies. Both are graduating from Temple Menorch's
Hebrew school.
Anti-Semitism Strong in Ukraine;
Passover Less Happy Than Expected
Continued from Page 1-A
'he travelers said. He is rude to
tourists.
They also reported that on the
week before Passover, last April.
Soviet police entered a house on
Corky Street where matzoh was
being baked by Jews who did not
want to register for matzoh at the
synagogue. The Jews were drag-
ged out of the house, their flour
was spilled into the gutter and
1heir baking implements broken.
The visitors said Kiev Jews
are exposed to anti-Semitism
both at work and in society. Ar-
rests on economic charges have
increased since the end of 1965,
and one 70-year-old Jew was ar-
rested several months ago, along
with his son and daughter-in-
law, on charges of dealing in
foreign currency. The old man
was sentenced to death, and the
son and daughter-in-law to long
terms in jail. The elderly Jew
was not allowed to appeal, and
his relatives were later inform-
ed that he died in prison.
There were unconfirmed report*
hat a Jewish milkman was ar-
rested on charges of diluting his
nilk with water and that he was
tortured in an eifort to force a
confession. However, he refused
lo confess. Other reports referred
"o prolonged interrogations of Jews
r bout their sources of income. This
was a common practice a few years
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with the pretense that he con-
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CJA Pushes Past 99 Percent of Goal
Volunteers for the 1966 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal pw^hed theii
campaign total past the 9it per cent
mark Wednesday, headed for a
"certain' victor) supper and
i i at the Pontainebleau Hotel
Satiu ..i\ nighl Campaign figures
released t>> CJA chairman, Jay 1
Ki>!ak. showed i of $1,-
551,872 alreadj secured tov
the piinimum goal ol 866,
Y said, rhere is no doubt
that we will meel our goal, but
i nse work on the ierj
om the campaign in the remain-
i hours can send this o\er the
top by a meaningful margin,
needs of our local, national and
overseas demand thai we
i let up with victory in sighl
Harry B. Smith, chairman of
the victory supper and dance,
said indications are that a rec-
ord attendance will participate
in the 28th annual meeting of
he Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
"But we w ill ki >]
t mtsl
i enl and

mr workers,
old."
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and call on Joseph M. I.ipton. pres-
ident of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
Fred K. Shochet. chairman of the
nominating committee, then will
present the slate of Federation of-
ficers for 1906-1967. with the actual
election following immediately.
Kislak then will present a five-
minute report on the Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign. Associ-
ate chairman, Milton Weiss, and
Dr. Irving Uhiman. chairman of
the 1966 campaign cabinet, joined
with Kislak in predicting a fi'nal
total in excess of the goal.
The 1966 President's Leadership
\ .iid will be presented to Sam
Luby Jr.
Kislak pointed out that the
expected attainment of this
year's goal will signify the great-
est amount ever raised by the
CJA in a one card, non-emerg-
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LONDON -. fJTA) Reliable
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proportions in Lvov, in the west
era Ukraine.
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series of disclosures two weeks ago
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ities by Kiev officials, intimida-
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synagogue and an increase of ar-
rests l Kiev Jews ciiines charges. There are about
200.000 Jews in Kiev and about
50.000 Jew.s in Lvov. The visitors
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'he 70.000 .lews in Czernowitz also
were suffering from' ami Jewish
discrimination.
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in ariy important capacities and
are being starved spiritually, ac-
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have been allowed to perform
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percent of places at the uni-
versity are allocated for Jewish
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MIAMI RABBI SUGGESTS OUR POLICY SHOWS NO CONCERN FOR PEACE
Spiritual Leaders Urge Viet Nam Halt
A
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By RABBI LEON KRONISH
Temple Beth Sholom
The following statement, al-
though given ver> little attention
iur newspi iers, was issued
S rotary General U Thanl at
l.\ headquarters, on Mar. it:
The Secretarj General is
deeply concerned over the escala-
f the fighting in Viet Nam
and the mounting casualties and
the destruction there. He feels
that any move I i bring the par-
lies closer to negotiation must
include the following:
ill Cessation of the bombing
ot North Viet Nam. (2) Substan-
tial reduction by all parties Of
all military activities in South
Viet Nam. (3) The participation
ot the National Liberation Front
:\nt Cong) in any peaceful set"
I lenient."
What the newspaiwrs of Amer
ica neglected. I am moved to
hung to your attention, is what
role does religion play in thus
crucial concern"
Religious Statements
Many of the religious groups
since World War II have issued
pronouncement- on the issue of
world peace. The World Council
of Churches, since its organiza-
tion in 1948, has .main and again
expressed its concern about
peace through its Commission of
( hurches on International Af-
lairs and the most recent of
these was a statement on Viet
Nam adopted in Geneva in Feb-
ruary.
"As members of the Central
( ommittee of the World Council
of Churches, we express our deep
concern over the tragedy of Viet
Nam. To be silent at this time
would be irresponsible. We
speak aginst the background of
a Christian community which
year by year is deepening in its
world-wide character. The pur-
pose of our words, however,
should not be to pass judgment
on what has brought about the
present plight, because all are
inextricably involved. It i- rather
for us to view with full objecth
It) the situation as it now exists
and squarely to face the tacts,
and (0 do W hate e: is within our
power to help to move mankind
on to the road of sanity and inter
national wisdom
Half Escalation
The World Council of Churches
called on both sides to stop es-
calating the war and to arrange
an immediate cease-fire and ne-
gotiations. The National Council
RABBI LION KRONISH
R.ihh: Leon Kronah. spiritual
letdei o\ Temple- litth Sholom,
here peaki out e>t one of the
most i iral issue* in Anuricati
society todav. Rid>!>: Kvonith is
president of die- South Florida
Council of tin- American Jewish
Congress a>nl u 'MOmml rice
fresideiii of the organization.
Locally, lie is also chairman o\
the Greater Miami Israel Bond
(). gamsation.
of Churches of Christ in the
United States has spoken in a
similar vein in October. 1965. The
Roman Catholic Church spoke
courageously and clearly through
the voice of the late Pope John
XXIII and Pope Paul VI, in the
classic peace on earth encyclical,
"Pacem in Terris,'" of April, 1963.
where Pope .lohn declared: "Jus-
tice, then, right reason and con-
sideration for human dignity and
life urgently demand that the
arms race should cease: that the
stockpiles which exist in various
countries should be reduced
equally and simultaneously by the
parties concerned: thai nuclear
weapons should be banned; and
finally that all come to an agree
inent on a fitting program of dis-
armament, employing mutual and
effective controls'
And Pope Paul VI, who has
repeatedly called for negotiations
between all the contending par-
ties in Viet Nam, came to the
United Nations and pleaded. "If
you wish to be brothers, let the
arms fall from your hands. One
can not love while holding offen-
sive arms, especially those ter-
rible arms which modern science
has given you, long before they
produce victims and ruins, nour-
ish bad feelings, create night-
mares, distrust, and sombre res
olutions: they demand enormous
expenditures; they obstruct pro
jects of useful collaboration."
And when he concluded his
words, he cried out. "No more
war no more war'
Rabbinic Stand
In December, the Synagogue
Council of America, comprising
Orthodox. Conservative and Re-
form lay and rabbinic bodies,
called for a cease tire and nego-
tiations in Viet Nam.
There seems to be an inter-
denominational concensus an
interreligious concern about
peace on this planet. Vet there
had never been an interreligious
confrontation on the issue of
world peace until the first Na-
tional Interreligious Conference
was gathered for this purpose on
Mar. 15.
There was, a year ago, the
Pacem in Terris convocation
the most dramatic peace confer-
ence ever held in America. But
its sponsorship was secular: it
didn't have either the initiative
or the impact that a religiously-
motivated push for peace might
have. Not that I would gainsay
the value of any peace confer-
ence that is intercontinental, in-
terracial, international. inter-
ideological, cutting across the
curtains the iron curtain or
the bamboo curtain or the walls
of Berlin or Jerusalem break-
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JFCS to Build New Central Facility !&*{*,
At Exercises
Jewish Family and Children's
Service is planning the construc-
tion of its own building.
Max V. Cogen. president of
JFCS. told The Jewish Floridian
on Wednesday that '"our new fae-
ilit> will enable us more effective-
ly than ever before to serve the
Jt-tti-h community."
JFCS is the oldest voluntary
w:fare agency in Dade County
without reqard to religious affil-
iation. Founded in 1920, the
agency today carries on a mul-
tiple program involving marri-
age counseling, homemaker ser-
vice, foster care, infant adoption,
special home for emotionally-
disturbed boys, service to the
aged non-constitutionaliied aged,
and many others.
Last year. Jewish Family and
Children's Service handled cases
involving almost 2.000 Jewish fam-
ilies in Dade County.
"We just reached a point where
it was impossible to carry on our
programs in the manner that has
earned us so much national rec-
ognition." declared Leon D Fish-
er, executive director of the agen-
CJ
Preliminary sketches are now
being readied by Don and Joseph
Keiti Associates, with Don Reiff
as architect and Joseph Reiff as
engineer.
Location of the new facility,
scheduled to cost in the neigh-
borhood of $100,000, including
the land, will be somewhere in
the area of 27th Ave. and Flag-
ler St.
Cogen said the building will in-
clude some 5.000 sq. ft., "and will
give us functionally laid-out. at-
tractive and comfortable offices" committee appointed by Joseph
What we've begun to miss sore- Lipton. president of Federation.
met with the agency to work up Mll c Grea,er Mlimi
the JFCS proposal. The spec.al *"*>' ^J.00' he,d Emotion *
committee report was adopted by *rclses on Friday morning for the
ly," declared Fisher, "are facilities
for new group interviewing techni-
ques. Increasingly, we are seeing
the whole family as a unit, includ-
ing children wherever possible."
the JFCS director explained. "We
have simply not had large enough
rooms to meet this change in
method of dealing with people and
fheir problems."
Fisher also said that the new
building will feature a play
therapy room for children, spe-
cial showing room where adop-
tive parents can meeftheir child
for the first time, and a large
board room, staff lour-je and re-
ception area. There will be park-
ing for about 20 cars.
Federation's executive committee "rs, class to be graduated fr -,
on May 19 and subsequently ap- the new Max and Rls<
proved by the board of governors school hutUM*.
of the Federation.
A soecial building committee
of JFCS is headed by Ben No-
vack, of St. Louis and Miami,
president of Western Trucking
Co., and a board member of
Jewish Family and Children's
Service
n stressed that "all funds
for this project have been pledged
b>
School building.
A play based on "Fiddler on the
Roof was presented by ti,
dergarten class, under the direr
tion of instructor. M S(an,B|
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nd tnends of the agency. There lack. Shieia Shustei
rrj Hoc.
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Dade County, Family Service As-
sociation of America and the Child
Welfare League of America.
JFCS is an affiliate of the Great-
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Friday. June 10.
1966
Beachites Head Hospital Assn.
Temple Zion holds graduation exercises for
-udents who have attended Religious School
or the past five years. Top row (left to right)
re Stuart Sacks, Jack Levine, David Brown,
Steve Braidman, Benjamin Udoff. Educational
Director. Jeff Sandier. David Cohen, Lewis
Fogel, Leonard Lang. Seated are Roberta
Gateman. Martha Waxman, Rabbi Alfred
Waxman, Wendy Robbins, Monica Laub.

LBJMeets Jewish Publishers
Continued from Page 1 A
< by Vice President Hubert H.
Humphrey at a reception tendered
to them by B'nai 13'ntli.
Vice President Humphrey told
the delegation that Communist
China was trying to foment an
Arab "national liberation war"
a ainst Israel and seeking to in-
li .irate the Mid-Fast Speaking
;.i a reception tendered bj the
B nai B'rith. the Vice President
d that '"hina was trying to Ren-
erate tensions in the Middle East
tl at were not unrelated to I'nited
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pin. Also at the service, the new
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Rabbi Max Lipschitz (left), spiritual leader of Beth Torah Con-
gregation, receives the aavel of offifce as president of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Association at the annual gather-
ing of the association in Beth Torah last week irom Rabbi
Jonah E. Caplan (right1, outgoing president. Loooking on is
Rabbi Leon D. Stitskin, director of community relations for
Yeshiva University, New York City, who was guest speaker
at the function.
Rabbinical Association [retaliation
Hears Reports at Annual Gathering
Schiff, of Congregation Beth El.
and executive vice president ol
tin1 association, on the chaplaincy
program of which he i> the co-
ordinati r.
Dr. Leon I). Stitskin, director
of community relations and spe-
cial publications ol Yeshiva Uni-
versity, was guest speaker.
A musical program was offered
by the Cantorial Association of
Greater Miami. Included were
Cantors Abraham Self, president.
David Conviser, director, Jacob
Renzcr, Zvi Adlcr. Jacob G. Born-
stein, Ernest Steiner, Yehuda lleil-
braum. and Abraham Reisman.
Invocation was b> Rabbi Sol
Landau, of Beth David Cong
tion. Ew aid Ziffer, president oi
the host congn ation, gave greet-
ings
Benediction was by Rabbi May-
i i Abramow it/, of Temple '
rah
R al binu ;il \ soc ation ol I
Dr Miami held its second annual
nstaUation-forum June 2 at Beth
rorah I 'ongregation.
Some 400 persons attended the
nstallation ol Dr. Max A Lips-
chitz, ol Beth Torah Congregation,
as the association's new president.
Other officers installed were:
Dr. Irving Lehrman, Temple
Eanmu-El, vice president; Kahhi
Morris A. Kipper. Temple Judea,
(secretary; Dr. Samuel z. Jaffe,
treasurer. Dr. Joseph B. N'arot. of
Temple Israel of Greater Miami.
was installing officer.
Rsbbi Alfred Waxman, of
Temple Zion, presented awards
to the outgoing officers: Rabbi
Jonah E. Caplan, of Sky Lake
Synagogue, president; Rabbi
Max Lioschiti, vice president;
Rabbi Allan Rutchik, secretary;
and Rabbi Samuel Jaffe, treasur-
er.
Highlight ol the evening was the
resentation of merit awards to
..iii. of member congt ega-
tions by Dr. Irving Lehrman, Rab-
bi Jonah Caplan gave the outgoing
president's report.
Chairman ol the evening was
Dr. Herbert Baumgard, of Temple
Beth Am Greetings on behalf of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion were extended by Arthur Rosi-
chart, executive director. A report
was given bs Rabbi Solomon
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1966 Combined Jewish Appeal
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of the Federation.
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ans of the I S A and chairman of
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AGL'DATH ACmv. Lombardy Hviel.
6305 Cajta *ve yprtHofio,
T\3s. H t*v
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I-eZ l^irldiriyl* Ave.
Di Isaac Ever
AHAVA
TION
Ca-tO
LOV CO\GREGA-
S7tll -ve Oortnoaoa.
ANSHE EWES 25-;3 SW 19th Ayf.
Conservative. Emanuel Kusheiw.tj.
presioent.
BETH OAVIO. 2626 SW 3rd Ave. Con.
Sfvativp. Rabbi Sot Landau. Ca-itsr
William W. Lioscn.
F 5 | S tardaji t i m Ser-
i Bar Miiz-
v ,-!. n- nil Nam. **,yniin*i
Merlin. MIncha t:i
----
BETH EL. 500 SW ?7th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi So corner Sohitt.
.
BETH ISRAEL. 7ja *QU> bi. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berei Wem.
K: I i W7cA3 V*;rr
i- .-.-,- M
> rsl and Mi.- .1
Beth JACOB. ^3fti Wasr..nton Ava
OrthodoTft 'Rltffel 5maryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
$
CANDLEU6HTING TIME
22 Sivcm 6:59 p.m.
*
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfieid.
Cantor Ab'aham Self.
rr p m Sal rdaj H IS .. m.
' .1 6 |).m
'-- ud and Ethli >- < (hi
K.til* i -
LUBAVITCHER M NYAN. 800 W/ mgton Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abra-
ham Korf. Cantor Erneit Field.
.
BETH KOSK8H. 1101 SW Ittti Ave.
Modern Trad't.onal Rabbi Max
Shapiro.'" Casts* Benjanrui Ben-Ari.
8al ,.ui >. ii i.
from WiOfii lop.rti Pnrti..n of
Law." ; jrdaj^ BETH MJIHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Contervativa.
Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor
Seymour Hinkea.
BETH TFILAM. 935 Euclid Ava. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE IIMi
Ava. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
achiti. Cantor Jacob Renzar.
Friday 5:43 and fr:!.". pm. Siiturday i
8:45 a.m. Ftar Mltsvah: rTtiamll. son I
of Ntr. mi Mr*. Seymour Racan;
James, son of Mr and Mm, Robert
M<*.re Minrha 6 m.
---- ----
B'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd si.
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Canter Jack Lerner.
AMI. 124: Washington Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Dov R7enrv-eig.
CLAGLSR GRAN~OA. 50 NW 51st
P|. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
FT. LAUDERDALE JEWISH CEN-
TER. 5.47 E. Oakland Park Blvd
Conservative. Chants Dickson. pres-
ident. Dr. Jack L. Morns, cantor.
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
S. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabo>
Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome
Kiement.
---- ----
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd. Rev.
Paul Deutsch.
; ni >. rvi< u ni qua"-
::: !' rlallanda!) Be. i h Blvd
1 nvi liv Mrs
Chirles Fi I
I h..rn
ii'l Mrs l... rilrnch
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
Frlda> 6 H i m. Saturday B a.m.
M n. ha ; 4". p.m.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St Conservativt. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
( He'lbraun.
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th
St., Homestead. Conservative.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 5175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom 1_
L. Drazin. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday S::. a.m.
Serwon: "Portion of the Week."
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JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stem
MINVONAIRES CONGREGATION.
4/37 B rd Rd. Modern Traditional.
-----a-----
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber,
man.
"' Sermon "How lo
' p.m Blbl< class
SEPHARDIC JEW.SH CENTER. 645
Co"ms Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nah
mias.
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18:51 NE
l?th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan.
; in saturdaj 9 .i m .- i -
mon; "This Bualnesa of Spj
Mini h.i 6 ". |> m.
---- ----
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Stone
Cantor Maurice Neu.
Frldaj 6 IS and 8:13 p.m Pulpu ru, .,.
I...ii ; Ma rli Pom< rants of Lincoln
N< b Sal irdaj B:4j .. m, Sei
Scripture Lesson for the Sabbath."
Bar Mltsvah: William Louis, son ofl =
Mr and Mr-. Sldni) Bhulman MIncha
6 ;' p.m.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall j
Or.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi !
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael i
Kyrr.
Friday B:30 p.m. Graduates of hlsjh I
school and post confirmation club win
be honored. Saturd.iy 11:15 am. Bar
M tzvah: OraiK. -on ..f Dr. and Mra. I
Norman Nash: Krnt, son of Mr. and
Mr- Paul 'JiH-dman.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM ef Holly, i
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavtky. Cantor Er- i
nest Steiner.
CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF Ml. KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave.
HEBREW LESSON
Vrmri ^-m *p:x n*?y
D*ni-3 OMfTn icp?? lira
mp73 D*?^ai D^^in
-ois pi dis-i n'31? Q^nTan
D'K^nan msar nna^
.'ss^n ttfnp no? -iniS1?
TTtosPnj pnBan iitrrj n:i?
n-D"D-r-?-D*ynrx*n nin-jn
X3sn ttynj inx1? Q}
-ixi;? Dips? ivv? njaa?i
intn^ H99"in^ rpns
"idd npDin xnn nnpun
rrrm nriiny n^xi .vip
,'p*s inn yin- npD-rn
-r } r?^ ft n;p: .nft
THE RELIGIOUS NAHAL
The soldiers of the religious
Nahal (Pioneer Fighting Youth)
are a new addition to the settlers
on Mount Zion. These soldiers are
graduates ,oi^a Vtshna in Jerus-
alem who ait? est;iblishinjra-perma
nent group here that will make
a livelihood in printing.
The young- soldier- passed all
Btag8 'if military training, includ-
ing that of parachute jumping, will
make their livelihood at printing
religious hooks They learned this
craft at the Merom Zion Bo; -
Town in Jerusalem
Hundreds (.f y, shiva students
would like to be amon these boys
who were selected to establish this
"sjfrq in) ^tao *^o
-i-iqxV 'B]Tij ,-rnTr! (nni1?
Q^n -p^-in ,3^^a,? ni
tti na-c^ n;ia on n^x
ai2T oipaa wp^ ttfty
nax^o *?y oinsn*^ s?ap ty
rifff D^ynn-nninan
/xasn paxn -a1?^ ^a nx
t\k wpp ,nn-3s o-iip ^ia
,B?ip nop ^pDina nnon?
it nax^a mfty inx"?
na^zra D^J,"r^a,? rrn? -j^oa
.d^^t? -ri^ nna-
-?po na^ *to^c nixa
Q^irx-iri n*iii D'x
- aiflr-D A9t^ nqa?^
ainpTn -nnri a^n xn^
.tfrpsn Dips'? iriva
settlement that will be the closest
to the site of the Holy Temple.
In another few months, they will
settle here. In the meanwhile, the
buildings that will house them and
the printing presses are going up.
TEMPLE BETH EL OP
WOOD. 1351 3 14th Ave.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
HOLLY-
Beferm
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Saul H. Breeh.
---- ----
Tf.P.>f BETH SW'^AM. 7500 SW
lKlth St. Reconetructionist. Rabb.
Morns Skop.
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase I
Ave Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsn
cantor David Convlser.
--------
TEMpLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Cantor i
Abraham Reiseman.
PYlday R:st p.m. Sermon: 'What Son
of Scofflaw Are You Ignorant or'
willful?" Slsterh.....1 will host the
onm Shabbat Saturday 9:; .. m
Junior Conaregatlon.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Bar- Ave. Conservative p,
O-r. Cantor Ben Dickson. Wernick. 51"" HeBry
i) I lo i m Saturday B:46 a.m i ----------.
Sermon "Portion ( ih.. Week." voung israel qqo -
-- Orthodox. R.bbi Shev"-%.,'" St-
TKMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd. Con "Ub,r-
servative. Rabb^ Alfred Waxman. vOUNr, israel op .
r.FERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N. Miam. tli54p?or^shV"h",,0n *v'
"
SYPOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION SHELAH L CHA
The spies return from Canaan bearing a cluster
"And they came unto the valley of Esheol and ,
is.m c'ustPr f grapes'and they bore"upon a ole" N'""1''
SHELAH l;THA At Kadesh. in the wilderness ol Par.
the children of Israel asked Moses to send forth scouts
noiter the land of Canaan. When God consented t
were dispatched, one from each tribe, with specific mstructioM
Forty days later, the spies returned bearing the fruit T
land, as evidence of its fertility ,h'
But most of them came back with a pessimistic re th
natives of Canaan were mighty men, the cities stron-K i tiffed
It was a land that "eateth up the inhabitants thereof" \ ,''
32V Of all the spies, only Joshua, the son of Nun of trih
of Ephraim. and Caleb, the son of Jephunneh of'the ti be m
Judah. declared there was nothing to fear from thi
Canaan. The Israelites, frightened by the fearful ma ',
cried tearfully: "
Were it not better for us to return into Egypt'" \mh
14. 3). God grew wrathful at this lack of confidence in H m inri
would have destroyed the entire congregation, were ii ,| ",,
Moses intercession. However. He vowed that before the I- lelites
might enter the Promised I^nd they would wander in the iesert
for 40 years, until the entire rebellious generation rhns^
above 20 years of age should perish.
This recounting ef the Weekly Portion of the Law l| ay.
tractad and based upon "The Graphic History of the jewith
HentsBt" edited by P. Wellmen-Tsamir, $15 Publisher i.
Shengoid, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
York S. N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlano..

We Can Never Tay'
Parents for Their Aid
TEMPLE BETH TOV.
St. Conservative.
6438 SW Btt,
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing,
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Kriiiav 6 p.m. Bermon: "Religion and
the Space Affe." Knturdav V ., m
Serm.-n: "Weekly Portion of the
ruble" Rar MltSVah: Arthur, son of
I Dr. and Mrs. Harold I'ltfer. MIncha
7 r.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 1th St Reform. Rabbi
Joaeph R. Narot.
TfMFVl ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR.
^**,.SW 69h Way. Conservative.
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
------e------
TEMPLE JUDEA. 3 Palermo Ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip.
per.
Friday S p.m. First of series .-f sum-
mer services. Saturday 11 am !!.
Mltavah: Charles Scott, son of Dr. nd
Mrs. Jerome H. SfoBefl.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 630 7Mh St
2S2?'2l*!V* .Rbbi M" Abram-
owita. Cantor Nieo Feldman.
TTPLE HSR TAM">- St. .no
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Laboviu. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
Saturday v r. .-, m Rar Mltsvha: Roh-
,'r',"'n t. Mr a'"1 Mrs nford
Qoldbera;; Howard, son of Mr and
Mrs. i-harlt-g l.lpklns.
abfci lebevifi
Tl7^fLcE OR olOm Conservative
It is the intention of the Ministries R%h R.ijlh OilKmaB",'ml- Rabbl
of Defense and Religious Affairs,
that these soldier printers will re- temple sinai of north miami
main here permanently after the R^rV.'bb? d's^m'Tow8,"
term of their military service It Cantor cnet Gaie. y'
hat a cooperative will be '"' ' organized, with the main objective 1"'","'' 1? s-''"i.i> ii am Bai
of Printing religion, books. The
lirsl work will be the printing of XE 167th Kt.
"Bible from Mount Zion.' Def-
initely, this book printed on Mount
Zion by Jewish soldiers will be
popular in Israel and the Diaspora
Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 051 E
i,ht. A.v.e Hile"- Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
PI"- 1 of 1'SV
i.ftd ,
TEMPLE ZAVORA 44 Zamora Ave.
By RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ
Temple Ner TamM
This season of the year has been
set aside to pay tribute to our
parents. I have often wondered if
we can ever repay our parents for
their love, devotion and sacrifice
for us. Recently. I chanced upon
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\.ip.iii,i.i qiu.i.i;
uavas oq) jo u|a
-uieH jo laifanio
jo sjajja] (ejjouj
uii ,m jo auo
was so wide and the wind so
strong, the father bird was forced
to carry' his young, one by one.
in his strong claws. When he was
halfway across with the first
fledgling, the wind turned to a
gale, and he said. "My child, look
how I am struggling and risking
my life in your behalf. When you
are grown up. will you do as much
for me and provide for my old
age?"
The fledgling replied. "Only
bring me to safety, and when you
are old. I shall do everything you
ask of me."
Whereat, the father bird dropped
his child into the sea, and it
drowned, and he said. "So shall it
be done to such a liar as you."
Then the father bird returned to
shore, set forth with his second
fledgling, asked the same question,
and receiving the same answer.
drowned the second child with the
cry, You. too. are a liar'"'
Finally, he set out with the third
fledlging, and when he asked the
question, the third and last
fledgling replied. My dear father.
it is true you arc struggling might
ily and risking your life in my
behalf, and I shall be wrong not
to repay you when you are old.
but I cannot bind nv sell. This
though I can promise: whni i am
grown up and have children of my
own, I shall do as much, for them
as you have done for me
Whereupon the father bird said.
"Well spoken, my child ad wise-
ly; your life I will spare, and I
will carry \ou to shore :: safety.''
The story needs no explanation.
We can never hope to repay our
parents for what they have dons
for us. for their understanding,
self sacrifice and devotion to US.
All we can hope to do to leam
by their example how treat our
own children.
Bureau Library
Closes June 15
The Central Jewish Library of
the Bureau of Jewish Kiucation
will close for the summer season
on June 15 and reopen on Sept I.
The library" contains i.-.r 11.000
volumes: 3.200 Yiddish. 1.900 He
brew, and 6.100 English ludaica.
Circulation averages abujt 1,000 a
month, including film strips, films.
records and educational machines
The library circulates >ver 9,000
books a year, serving m er 1.50C
people.
Mrs. Anna R. Sintow. librarian,
suggests that outstandirj l>ooks be
returned before June 15
Rabbi Machtei Resigm
Rabbi S. If, Machte: has :-n
nounced his resignation .. spiritual
leader of Temple B'nai Sholom.
'16800 NW 22nd Ave 'ffective
this week Me had served the tem-
ple for the past three ears.
*
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oprrdfiiin uith tnt (I '''
iiim Rabbinical A.- i
Coordinator of f'-
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Page 13-A
Israel Cabinet Rejects Soviet Note
I Soviet Government will be able to
j claim that it was the, wofk of "im-
1 perialistic plotters." ,
------
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
\. i,l Cabinet has categorically re-
jected accusations le\eled by the
Soviet Union that Israel was plan-
ning to topple the Syrian regime
in conspiracy with the United
States and British governments, i Israeli Government against "inter-
Official Government circles here j ference in Svrian affairs."
had disclosed earlier today that the '
Soviet Government, in a note It is understood that the con-
hanued to Israel Ambassador in tents of the note, which was de-
Moscow Katriel Katz. warned the livered to Ambassador Kati by
Students Named To Honor Roll At Beth Am
Students from fourth through
tenth grades at Beth Am Religious
School were honored at services
la-it Friday.
Students who make the school
ponor roll for two consecutive
years are admitted to the Honor
Society.
: re K pen Bell, Naru->
in, Ltonna Broun i^.ri Hodcea,
v Jerura, Oarj Kalxor Lynn Kat-
.- [ai i.iiiTi..n. i -'.'.i- r oiiiion.
nId LM< I, Amy 7. ick 'h irles Co-
Nmi.- Kfare, Rot*l>n Kr.i.-. I.>>)..
I, Mil bai l .-'. her M imol Un-
it Iiii.r.i Rosen, l>"ri- Sivio^e. l.isi
: kin, 1 mv i-l Golden Itl S -i I.
I- III. N- il -1.....'"- :. Bill Ko-
i i?ky, Laurel Kaiser. Linda K mei
! \\\ i-i Roe*. <' 11ol Solomon,
i i.i Stet-n, I lebi i -- n, Edwar i
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er. I-avId Aahber. I. ureen Trill-
siii.i Baumaanl, Anita Cav.i,
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Set for. Israel
Continued from Page 1A
several o'lior developing na*'ons
where automotive markets have
evolved from the impor* stage to
permit local assembly of vehicles
in relatively small volume. The
parts are slvpped from major
United States, British and Ger-
man Ford manufacturing centers
for assembly in plants owned by
Ford dealers and operating un-
der Ford quality control stand-
ards.
Ford will be the first major
United states manufacturer to
authorize truck and tractor a
bly in the Israeli market which has
almost doubled in volume since
1960. About 25.000 new vehicles are
now being sold annually in Israel,
with demand rising sharply.
Similar Ford dealer assembly
operations are 'n effect in Ynrocco
Pakistan. Turkey. Thailand and
the Philippines. The Israeli firm
has been a Ford distributor for 30
years.
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a senior official of the Soviet
Ministry for Foreign Affairs, was
similar to the warning carried
by the Tass News Agency and
other Soviet radio and press
media last Thursday which
claimed that Israel, Britain, the
United States and "certain im-
perialistic circles in Jordan"
were plotting to overthrow Syr-
ia's leftwing government. The
warning said that the USSR
would not stand aloof from al-
leged Israeli "provocation*" in
the Near East, "a region located
in direct proximity to the bor-
ders of the USSR."
The Soviet charges were dis-
cussed in talks between Ambassa-
dor Katz and the Soviet Govern-
ment and between the Israel For-
eign Ministry and Dmitri Chuva-
khin. the USSR Ambassador in
Jeusalem. Foreign Minister Abba
Eban said that it was the Syrians
who have been concentrating their
forces on Israel's border and mak-
ing aggressive statements not
the Israelis. Ii jias been Syrian
marauders who murdered two Is-
raeli farmers Inside Israeli terri-
tory only three weeks ago. State-
ments like thos^ Of the Soviet
Union, he declared, only increase
the tension ir) 'he area.
The Cabinet approved Foreign
Minister Eban's' position which
' as als > Ci;i:v>i-:eJ in Paris' by
Minister. J-evi E^hkol who
was enroute to .t -visit to Africa.
Observers hwe, t.oday explained
S iet ir.ov* as a double:
il 5*ed effort t > establish the
thai if the Syrian regime
remains in power, it would owe its
existence to Moscow: if it fails.
even due I nternal reasons, the
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vJenist) ftorktiar
Fridoy. June 10. 1966
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
The Absurd Discussion About God's Being 'Dead*
eaden abouL ,
vligio i t* a*
1JOW absurd
CiMl v*JH
get? The loin
--landing ydiiv
CUSS401 HinoMg -
P r o testanI
leaden
relic
health:
but il e slogan is. to me, re-
pugnant.
r '. 'k about <: ad? Il reminds
the .
.oil
\ deitj i- by di all
How i hen
group of people be charged
with his elimination?
Now that the theological fer-
ment has burst into the open,
more and more people are cur-
ious about the significance of
so-called God is dead talk. As
one magazine says, any clergy
man can now draw a large
group bj announcing the topic
for pulpit treatment
Its reminisce nt ol the Dead
S .'. Scrolls matter For a
: e ous i ircles
ing aboul the unearthed
documi nts -.\hich came to b<
:. ,i- :
Then Edmond Wilson wrote a
long article about them in the
New Yorker Magazine and this
relatively esoteric subject hit
the news, and the pews. Despite
the liveliness of the Dead Sea
Scrolls as a subject for con-
versations and pronouncements,
they have added little to our
knowledge of ancient Jjidaism
oi Christianitj Dr. Solomon
Zeitlin, the great scholar of
Dropsie ( ollege, Philadelphia,
h poohed them all the time
I new data, and U
- his view is pre
V .ill:'
As for the current religious
hubbub it may have more last
ing results, provided we un-
derstand what it's all about.
Your own rabbi will furnish
particulars (and probably cor-
rect my oversimplifications),
but in general the Christian
world is saying, in the God is
dead utterances, not that God
i- dead but that immature no-
tions about Him are disappear
ing.
And the more thej disappear,
under the scrutiny of the Alt'z
ers, the Robinsons and the
- th thi Chri -tian
world is returning to the ra
tionalism of Judaism. Our faith
taxes one's conduct hut nut
one's credulity unduly. Judaism
tries to minimize the supei
natural and stresses tl, 0hli-
gations we all have to be vorthv
of divine blesainj -
So it's not the A In. ;| y uh(|
la defunct; It is mis i
ing of His red natun
which is giving waj ti
obscurantist view ol Hi
la William Sil i
-as City, pul ; j
.' o topic "I- i
missing in
CaoJ'o, Spotlight: Bv MILTON FRIEDMAN
Anti-Semitism Infecting Great Society
V. .i-l:l!
RESPITE VISIONS of a "Greal Society," anti-
" Sefnithm may infect America to a greater
degree than is realized.
This conclusion was indicated in two important
position papers submitted at the recent National
Conference of Jewish Communal Service. "The
Jewish community faces the Great Society" was the
Conference theme
One penetrating analysis was submitted by
Mrs Ann G. Wolfe, who is president of the Ass,,
nation of Jewish Community Relations Workers
and program consultant of the American Jewish
Off the Record:
( ommittee The other came frpm Oscar Cohen, pro
gram director ol the Anti-Defamation League oi
B'nai B'rith.
Mr- Wolfe maintained that problems remained
despite the generally advanced economic, educa-
tional, and social position of Jews." She said that
"foremost is the continuing need to combat anti
Semitism which in recent years has taken on a
different dimension. Anti-Semitism is nourished by
religious teachings, and is widespread within the
Negro community "
National surveys cited by Mrs Wolfe revealed
that about half of the American people agree with
By NATHAN ZIPR1N
Glowing View of Isaac Bashevis Singer
ISAAC BASHEVIS SINGER, Yiddish |
I novelist who has captured in trans-
lation the imagination of the American I
reader, has often been accused by his
critics of deprecating Jewish life with
hi- weird tales of demons, evil spirits. |
shadowy worlds and queer characters
Although no author needs explain'
In- theme if it originates in honesty
and emerges into artistry, it is well that Mr Singer has
now given us a work. "In M> Father's tcur!" recently
published t>v Farrar, Straus and Giroux, that is teeming
lamely with radiant Jews who now are ot the generation
oi the extinct Not all the people we meet in ihis remark
compendium of childhood experiences are saints
sages oi charlatans and Cools, bul thej are all bound
common thread All of them are tormented people,
driven to the house ol judgment bj common purpose
salvation from trout.!.', hum confusion, from alienation.
m burden and from the harshness of a world thai
ghed heavilj on tin m even though thej were part ol il
Some came to his father's court for religious advice
others for settlement of disputes involving monej and
property and -till others, n seems, for nothing more than
to sit in the house of learning at the feet ol the saintly
rabbi and pouring out their troubles, their aches, as if
to a healer
10 Krochmalna Street in the poor Jewish section of
Warsaw is the counterpart of all courts of Jewish judg-
ment that thrived in the shtetlach of Eastern Europe
before the unmentionables turned them into ashes. But
in Isaac Bashevis Singer it has found an artistic scribe
who by the magic of words has been able to bring it back
to life for us. Singer as a child obviously was lost in the
maze of law suits that came to his learned, pious father,
but he seemingly sensed the importance of what was going
on before his father's tome-laden table and he retained
the events for future recording as though he felt thej
were destined for obliteration by brutal hands .
Singer is an expert in delineation Emerging from his
pen is a radiant lather whose life was sustained by the
Ci taintj ot the Coming of salvation, and a mother who
ruled over the household with mercj and wisdom
it would be difficult to pick anj of the vignettes foi
ellence above others. Yet some --land out, such a-
"The Sacrifice," the story ol a woman who has consei
to receive a divorce from her husband so thai be could
marrj a woman who might otherwise remain an old maul
Superficially, the sacrifice appeal- to have been made
solelj for the sake ol the husband, in truth, however, it
stems from deeper roots In the milieu that was the Eur-
opean shtet! nothing was so humiliating lor a woman as
to remain a spinster Also, no mitzvah was considered
ler than bringing the unwed under canopy It was
as much to gain the mitzvah of "hachnoses kalla" as to
dutifully submit to her husband s whim that the woman
agreed to the divorce
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
Eban's Diplomatic Visit to Warsaw
Jerusalem
AN HIS WAY from Warsaw,
^^ where lie presided over a con-
ference of Israel's Ambassadors In
Eastern l^Ope. Foreign Minister
Abba Ebart'WtOpped in Brussels, to
take up th* matter of Israel's re-
lationship with the European
Common Market.
There was more than coincidence in this. It
was like the hard facts of life coming after some
wishful thinking.
Israeli government circles attached consider
able importance to the fact that the Polish Govern-
ment agreed that the periodic conference of Israeli
envoys should be held in their Capital. In the past.
Israeli ambassadors in Eastern Europe always met
in one of the Central European (non-Communist)
capitals. Warsaw's willingness to host the meeting
unofficial as it was seemed to Israeli officials
a sign that there is a thaw in the Communist world's
pro-Arab attitude.
Though such a meeting in a Communist capital
would have been unthinkable three years ago. and
though Polish Foreign Minister Rapacki attended a
dinner in Elian's honor while Soviet Premier Kosygin
was visiting Egypt, the Polish Government made it
quite clear that what was happening in Warsaw-
was more a matter of diplomatic courtesy than any-
thing else. Possibly it indicated a slightly friendlier
attitude on the part of Poland, but certainly did not
imply any change in the overall policy of the Com
munist world toward the Middle East in general and
toward the Israel-Arab dispute, in particular.
And so. after Warsaw, Mr. Eban went to take
up what many consider a much more vital and
more neglected problem of Israel's foreign re-
lations. There are very few experts who question
the assumption that Israel will not be able to main-
tain the present high standard of living if much
ot the country's economy continues along the
present anachronistic methods of production forced
upon it by the limited scope inherent in a small
market Modern production methods require huge
outlays for research and capital investment and
these are feasible only if justified by mass produe
tion which a small market like Israel's cannot
absorb.
the following statements "Jews
stick together too much: Jews are
more willing than others to use
shady practices; Jewish business
men are shrewd and tricky: Jews are loud a d have
many irritating characteristics."
Mrs. Wolfe noted that "three-quarters ol the
American people hold some combination ol these
unfavoiable stereotypes about Jews On th. other
hand, she pointed out. only about 10 perceni think
"Hitler was right in what he did" and thai there
should be housing and employment discrimination
against Jews.
An additional observation by Mrs Wolfe was
that another major problem existed in civil liberties
where "there seems to be a change taking place a-
the Viet Nam war continues and escalates She re-
ported "there are evidences of suppression of di>
sent, but Jewish community relations agencies seem
to be reluctant to identify with this issue. There is
wide difference of opinion on the part of profes-
sionals in the field as to whether the agencies do.
indeed, have a role to play"
In Mrs. Wolfe's view, "the agencies have a re
sponsibility in this field, in much the same way a^
some of ttwm undertook programs in this area dur-
ing the McCarthy period. Increasingly, however,
one see- a sense of embarrassment in discussing Viet
Nam and the problems arising out of it. One senses
little support for President Johnson's actions, bul
also little willingness to appear to be in opposition
to In- position."
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Damage of Past
R'
lEADING RECENTLY
sistence ol rij hrw ing i <
Ity in Wesl German) and 2 I
out oi Frankfurt that then
need in one man's opinion '
go to West Germany this sut
teach aboul the horror of the Hii
period, one wonder- whetlu-i i he G<
many of today and tomorrow will i
shake off completely the damage of the past
An authority'as unimpeachable as Paul Lucke, Min-
ister of the Interior at Bonn, has given out the ominous
word that for the first time since Woi Id War II a sharp
increase in activity by those who hanker for the emergence
of a new fuehrer could be noted in German} last m
Lucke recorded 521 confirmed cases of pro-Nazi or anti
Semitic incidents in West Germany for 1965 a- compared
with 171 for 1964. Circulation of 45 right wing
the German Federal Republic rose from lKt.oo in 1964
to 227.000 in 1968. Always a methodical people the Ger
mans could count 28.600 members of far right outfits in
1965 against 22.600 in 1964.
When communal elections were held in Bavaria In
mid March, key figures in both major political parties
said they were worried about the brisk showing by the
extreme rightwing National Democratic Party, hi ,nt'
Hamburg municipal election, the National Democratic
Party, a festering ground for those longing for the days
of the putsch and the concentration camp, nearly doubled
the vote over last September's general elections. The
"Soldatenzeitung," a screaming paper of the far light,
along about the same time was claiming that Americans
had built one of the concentration camp crematoria to
blackmail Germans. And an ancient Jewish cemetery in
Munich suffered the destruction or overturning of 150
tombstones.
These indications of a renascence of Nazism are not
confined to Germany. Switzerland has been bothered
lately by publication and distribution of "The Fast,/T
Present Time and the Jewish Question." a 728-page book
borrowing huge chunks of literary' effort from the dis-
tressing Protocols of the Elders of Zion. In Austria, tne
former Socialist Interior Minister, Franz Olah, made
brazen use of anti-Semitic appeals in his recent election
campaign. And a pro-Nazi. anti-Semitic propagandist, Hel-
mut Cramer, was reported to have found comfortable
haven in Cairo.


Friday. June 10. 1966
knisti Fkriidliraiin
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 15 A
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66c 3124
NOTICE OF SUIT
Hi: Hll.l.l.UIMMi;,; SAVINGS
Plaintiff,
vs.
-u-ii ik \i.ina. el .ix. pi al
I >. -. udatlt K.
To Rudolph Ikallna mid Georgians
..lit.a, bis m Ife, Ki nidi nee I 'n-
.i.n.1 l( remarried ineir un-
...,ii spouses, if living, and if dead,
unknown, helm, devisees, lega-
laranieea, ;. islgni -, Honors,
. -, creditors ... othei claimants,
nil by, through, under or ngainsl
oi the above named defendants
, || are deci aw -i
you are hereby notified (bat Ihe
al...... oaptloned action lias been In-
ted against } ". iii ihe < 'Ircult
of the Eleventh Judicial Cln ull
ii r urkla In and for I >ade i '..unt v i,.
-....)...-. o mortgage upon the follow-
i -: ,!'.i-.|..-i-i\ :
I...I L' Block -'-> FIRST ADDITION
i \\;< <\. CITY, according to
lie Plal ili. reof, recorded iii Plat
ISook '" al face 19 of the Public
ItccordH .if Dade County, Florida
Vou are required '" file .. respons-
-.. pleading to plaintiff* complaint
lie t'leik ..i the afori -aid Court,
and serve a copy thereof upon plain-
tttornes M UtTIN KINK, I lade
ral Building-, Miami, Florida
nut later than June 29th, 1966,
' l.....ree I'm Confesso will ba en-
.....I against you.
HATED: May 19th, 1966.
R. U. f. K A Till: It.MAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
i:> C. P. H'ELAND,
licputy i'Nik
V W.TIN PINE
Federal Building
Miami, Florida 3J131
.". 27 : :',-!"-i7
i\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C-3919
NOTICE OF SUIT
in.tun ,i. I.WIiltV si; >nd
II VltVY SAMPSON, SR .
' tlllliflS,
Vs,
'-I'Vri.T RC( I'I'T. I u\ ,| ;,|
I -fendants
. i ROBERT t". I'. IX
1180(1 Brook Park Road
Cleveland :w, < >h|.i
l-t 132
' 'I AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
".'.'.ih<5? .'."'" I"'""~l" against v..a
IHLl'o.N .1. I.ANDRY. Si: .....i
! M:VY SAMPSON, SI! lo f..i. I,,-..
mortgage encumhering the follow -
u neai rlbed pronert) to-wlt:
[pi I-. In Block 8, .!" CREST-
wood, a. ...iiini,- to the plal
hereof, as reconled In Plal Hook
v al page T. of tin public record*
..i Dade County, Florida;
'..I you are required t., file your an-
. r with the ci.i-k ,,f the Cln ull
"tirt of Dade County, Florida, ,.i the
ntirthouse in Miami, Klorlda, on or
ii.r! July y i:-,a;. and i,, m.rve a cony
such Mh*w.-r upon Plaintiffs' nttor-
->. DAVID P. CAT8MAN, whose ad-
!":"-s tS 58? BaM W*ler Street. Ml-
. in. Florida, on r before Bald date
.- required by the laws of Klorlda
II you fail to do BO, th......ii,plaint
Kill be taken as confessed by you and
Decree IT., Confesso will be entered
.--.aiiist you for the relief demanded
the coiiiplant.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this gth
v of .Mav. 1966.
E. B. LBATHKRMAN
flerk ..f the Circuit i"..urt
Dad.- County. Florida
By: MARGUERITE KENT
....... Deputy Cleric
I'AVID P. CATSMAN
lii*T Flagler Street
Miami, Florida.
'- t-10-17-21
YPtiYtlW
BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY i;i\ EN t
lln
under Ih. fletl
"' l'!S A GOG.....: PARIS
N.E. Ith Court, Miami, Florida,
In n sister -aid name Ith
I'lerk il the Circuit Court of .-.
SP.ULD1NG INVESTMENT
i 'i... INI'.
SMITH & M xNDI.ER
Aitoi applicant
li'i l. licoln Road
'I Is I Bi i Ii, Florida
6 3-10-17
ii.it

me
......
in-
I >-
le
-' i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ndersigm d, deed ins to ei
in bUHlness under the fictitious iiainea
of MAX I! A lit IAIN STORE, I.A CAKA
MAX, .M'.i tVashliigtuii Avenue, Miami
-..-11 r
th
'*For a sick society ',
take two tablets!"
Cf. I Ml, Davtiiw PiWuctlMl
lies. Ii, Klorlda, Intends
iiaiiius with the Cl
Circuit Court of Dade County, Klorlda
MAYER l:i:\lii:i:
JUDITH IIRBCHNER
Altoriiej for Ma> ei Bender
;'.. Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach, I-la
_________^^_____________8/8-IO-17-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS lll-.Ui;ilY 01VEN that
ih. undersigned, ueelrlng t<> i-nguge
In biislnesa under the fictitious nan..
of TROI'ICAI, TRUCK .^ i:gCD'-
MENT 8ERVICE at 41-11 K. Hub
Court, ll.ai.an, Int.mis to reglaiei
said n......- a,in ii.,- I'lerk of ihe Clr-
-.iit 'oun nf l lade County, Kloi da,
i \.i. Esi'i 'Si in. Sol. i > r
I'HIUP J. .\iii.i,i-:it
vi i. i. -. for Applicant
lu7 Lincoln i:.....I
.-. 3-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 5682
I'HINNIE I,. JINKS,
Llntlff
^
' NNIE di-:i.< iltKS JINKS,
- fendanl
\nnii-: DKI.i i|;l-:s JINKS
246 Kei.n> I,an..
Baile>. .:,<' i. ..
You, ANNIE DKI.DItKS JINKS, an
r.-by notified that a Bill of Com-
int for Divorce has been filed
-ainxt yon. and you are required to
rve a copj of youi Answer oi Plead-
i 8 to the 11ill of Complaint on the
I" lintlff'i attorney, l.i.v l-.v. i.kvi \
- | KIN & KIRK IN, 70S Ainsley Build-
Mlami, Florida, and file th. orlg-
' al Answer or ii..uiiiik In the office
' the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
before the 8th day of July, 1906.
II you fail to do so. Judgment by
" fault will be taken against you for
relief demanded in the Bill of
1 "inplalnt.
Ibis notice shall bo published once
sacn week for four consecutive ffevkf
H TUB JEWISH Fl.oltlDIW
l-'NE AND ORDERED at Miami.
1 'da. this Mth dav of May, All
F It IJ5ATKBRMAN, Clerk,
i nvuit Court. Dade County, Florida
-al) By: maroiieri IK KENT
i .-,... Deputy ci.rk
[i.W.Y. LErv-Erl8TEIN *. SIRKXN
Ainsley lllih,-.
Miami, Florida Ml32
(/3-I0-17-M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70949-C
In RE: Estate of
BI'OKNB FRANKMN M \NNING
Deci as,si.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All ci-, ,lit,,is and ah Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
.-., -I Ei lati
You lire hi rebj notified and re-
' pri i nt anj cln,..i. ,.n.i .i. .
mands which you maj hnv. u
V.". v-'.-.v:'' "' B-,!KNK FRANKMN
MA.NMNi; deceased late ..f I...,:.
County. Klorlda, to ihe County Judges
"t Dadi County, and i.', ihe saini In
I iplli ale ...id as .....vlded In Section
i33.1h, Klorlda Staint.-s. iii iheli
hi tin- County Courthouse in Dud.
' 'o inly, Klorlda, llhln six .
months from Ihe tlm.....' ihe first
pni, nation hereof, or Ihe same will
be barred.
Dated a I Miami. Florida, this :,,|
rtaj of May. AD i..;.;
HERBERT A WARREN, JR.
\s Administrator
.First publication of n.is notice on
... ,ii, day of May. 19M.
' aid: & w \itui;.N
Attorni ys for Administrator
ii.". Unsle) Kulldlng
Miami. Flu. 31112
_____ 5/J7 ; 1-10-17
LEGAL NOTICE
ATTENTION
ATTORNtsYS.
+Jenit; fhridi^r
olldta your legal notice*.
W appreciate yont
pationage and guarant**
accurate servica at legal
ratoe .
Dial Fit 3- if a
lor mosaangoc Miilco
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t
the undersigned, desiring t. enga-e
in I. ii sin, ss uii'l. r Ihe fictitious na
,.f SYSTEMS PRINTERS, at S47 -'
I North River I'rive, intend to ri -
Id rain, u n Ii i'i. i I, rk of '
Circuit "oun of i lade 'ounts. Fk r
. ILENN A KHTRt IPP
. I.AIIU-: ESTRi IFF
3 20-27 6
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 70915-B
in RE: Estate of
LILLIAN C. HIIAPIRO
li.-e.a-, ,|.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ro aii credltoi .ind .vi p,, -.,i.s
I In Ins I 'lalms or I lemands A
Nild real Ii
Y .u lire hi n b> notified and re-
'i "I lo pn si nt nu claim* ..ml d. -
"l.i.-li \,.,i mav ha vi
Ih. stale .,r I.II.IJAN C. SHAPIRO
ileeeaseil :..t. ,,f Xiifcsnti Coumv, New
I :.. ih.. County Judgi ~ nl
.....ntj it fl tii,- the .' in duplicate
and as pro\ Id. ,1 in Section 733.1*, Fl. r-
. Ida Statutes, In Ih. Ir Nci In Ihe
'''.....' Courthouse in Dade Countv.
i I- l,,ri.1.1. ii,.n -i\ cab ndar months
! from ih. tn.i, of the first publicnllon
hen of, or th. same will Is- barred
I lali d HI Miami, Fl..,ida. this |!.t|,
day of May. ad. p..;;
LEONARD SHAPIRO
I .I.C1I SHAPIRl >
As Executors
.First publication of this not I
hi 3rd dav ,,f June, 198*
PHILIP J. MILLER
Attorney for the Rxeculors
"'. Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fin.
6/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
th.- undersigned, desiring lo engage
in business under the fictitious name
of DADE TITLE CO. at number 1322
Norm Federal Highway, in iln City
.of Homestead, Florida, int.mis .,.
register the said name with the Clerk
of th.- Circuit Court of D;..... Coubty,
Florida.
Da ,l al Miami, Florida, tills .'itli
day
III
i| .May. ]
HADE TITLE AND
Ml 'It rtJA" IE c. IRP
HARRY Ii. COHEN. Pn -id. nl
:i-lll ;
I c*? e-TME CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 66C S841
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IlKUflN MARTINEZ,
Plaintiff,
ANDRBW MARTINKZ.
1 'elendai.t.
. Dm, ANDRBW MARTINEZ. Hotel
l-^-wtoii, IMS Broadway, New York
ly, Ni .i York, are required t,, rile
.ir answer to the ComphiinI for
ii'ivorre with the Qerk ..t the above
, it and s. rve oopj thereof upon
I"' a.an Cohen. (->,. I:t 10-11 c.,ngi.*s
"IdlnK. Miami, Florida, on or before
, "> ath. I8M, or else complain I will
'" taken as confess! .1.
L- l'K" "- Miami. Hade Count v.
I' Ha, Lhis 1st day of June, 18W.
H ii. i.r;.\Tin:i:MA.\
Clerk of th. Circuit Court
By: C. P. COPELAND
I/S-10-17-M
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY,
No. 6C 3471
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: PATRICIA HAWKINS
10 South Massachusetts Ave.
Atlantic City, Kew Jersey
You. PATRICIA HAWKINS, are
hereby notified that a Hill ot Com-
plaint for Dlvon-e has hi-en filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Comnlalni on
''" pi......iff- attorney, maxiki,
/..Mac. 827 B.W. :'7tl. Avenue, Miami.
Fla., and file the original Answer or
I leading In the office ot the 'lerk
ol the cipuit court on or before the
_'lth da\ of .1 tin. I9, If you fall tn I
n..... Judgment bj default will ...:
taken against you for Ihe relief de-
manded m th. Mill of Complaint.
Thin notice shall be published once
each ,.ok for four Consecutive Week a
In Tin: JEWISH FI/ORfDI \.v
DONE AND ORDERED ... U la
Florida, this i.'.th day of Mav. ,\ D
E. i: I.KATIIKKMAV Clerk,
Cln uit Curt. Pad.- Count) Florida
iSc.,i, By; MARUCBRITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
MANI'ELZAIAC
Attorn. ) for Plaintiff
"./o-27 8-3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 86C 5713
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
GELCYS d. CESPHDEB
Ri'DRIOlK/.
Plaintiff,
ADol.KM RODRIGUEZ do la b/UBB,
I '.-i.-iidaiit.
Ti. mkii.Fi) RODRIGUEZ de la
HUBZ
HOI North St. Clair
Pittsburgh k. Pennsylvania
Clerk of ill
iii and t,.r
or
Kleventh Judicial Circuit
, lade Count). Florida, on
t bef..... Ihe 8th day of July. 1988,
a default of winch tin Complaint "ill
be taken as confessed i\ you.
DATED this 27th day of May. 1988.
B, U. LKATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
l!v: MARUUBRITE KENT
0 3-10-17-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
tn.- undersigned, desiring lo engage
in buslnesx under Ihe fictitious name
of BILlalB'B THRIFT SHOP at R1S1-
'.':; N.W Second Avenii, Miami. Flor-
ida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
c. ii:.\ i. .Ii >ll\'s< IN
ARONOVTTZ, sii.\-i:i: & snii'li
Attorneys for era I.. Johnson
80i Alnslej liuilding
Miami. Florida
S/27 6/3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 69949-C
in RE: Estate of
.K.HN MILTON OROB
Deceaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the .state of JOHN MIl.ToN GROU
.I.seas,,| Lit,. ,,f Hade i'ountv. Florida.
to the county Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 738.18, Florida
Statutes, in th.ir offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, > thin s:\ calendar months fn>m
thi tin..- ,,t th. flrsl publication hi .- -
of. in Ihe same will be barred.
i'-''- d nl .Miami. Florida, this !8| h
day of May, A.D. i:.....
flRAi -I-: i;i;i >H
\ Admiiii-trat. iy
publication of tins noil. on
the ;.-,i da.i uf June, 1968
Ml IRRIS IHEN
A tt.,. n. \ for Grace Irob
99 Ponce De Is on Blvd.
c. r.ii Gables, FUi.
8/3-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 69949-C
In RB: Estate of
JOTIN MTEtON OROB
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona
Having Claims or Ivmunds Against
Said Cstate:
You are hcroby notified and re-
quired t" present any claims and
demand* which you may have a
the --late of JOHN MILTON OROB
deceased late of Dad- County, Flor-
Ida, to tn. County Judges of Dade
County, and file the tamo In dupll-
cati and as provided in Section 733.18,
Florida Statutes, In their offices in
the county Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, "itinn six calendar months
from the tim,. ,,f the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this :'7th
day of May. A.D .1968
;u MM-; GRl >i:
\t Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
thi ,1 day of June. 1986.
M< 'liltIS iHHIKN
tl lorney for i Irace Grob
I08S I'oiic. D,. I.,,,n mvd,
Coral Gables, Fla,
: 3-10-17-34
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO APPLY FOR
CHANCE OF NAME
Chancery No. 66C 5098
tJudge Nail.an i
lo Whom It Maj i 'on, ei n
Noi i is In ri b) given bat th.
-: IC -I pcl.ti......s. MAII VI. K
ll' WONG and RICHARD JOE
U'.\.;. whosi residence address Is
3331 N.W. Mith Terrace, in thi >'*<
t Miami, Dadi County. Florida, in-
tends to apply io the Honorable Ray-
mond C Nath......ludge of the lib v -
enth Judicial Circuit, m and for Dade
County, ai in- office in the Count)
Court House, al 10:13 o'clock A.M.
on ih,- L'lst day of July, 1968, or as
s...... thereafter as the) may be heard,
I for an older changing their names
; from MAI: Y1CK SIC WONG and
RICHARD JOE WONG to MAR VI. K
SIC JOE and RICHARD JOB, by
which name they shall thereafter be
known.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this r.'.tli
day of .Mav. A.D. 1906.
MAR Yb'K SIC WONG
RICHARD J >!: WONG
Petitioners
Vi'Al.TKKS. MOORE & CO8TANS50
Attorneys for Petitioners
liSIK Ainsley I'.uildillg
Miami. I-|, rida
i J-10-17-S1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COU^T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No.. 70897-C
In RB: Kstale ..f
ANN \ KIIISCH.
D......-. ,1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
nd All Per* ih
Demands Agal -t
notified and -
any i lalms
n
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE I- HERWBY GIVEN that
he limb i sign. d. lb siring to -
business under ihe fictitious name
ol Ml SI.'ANA BAR, at 500 N \V Mth
Street. Miami, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Had.- i'ountv. Florida.
I. IHN W. BANBT, .III.
!/>i:i:\\ \i BANBT, his wife
KESSLER, MASSBY ^ BBCKJ3RMAN
Alt......vs for Applicants
465 Blltmori Way, Coral Gables
u/-'0-27 6/3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 70897-C
In RE: Bstate of
ANNA KIRSCH,
D. ceas,,|
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 'redlloi and All Pi I sons Hnv-
Ing Claims .-r I ...an.Is Against Said
Bstate
You .'\\- In n hy notified .....l r.--
u.iir.ii in presi -it any claims and de-
mands which >..u may have ngulnsi
the slate ol \NN \ KIRSCH de-
- asi ,1 late of I lade C......i) Klorlda.
lo i hi 'ouni \ Judges of I >adi 'nuntj .
and t lb the h inn in duplii al
.....vlded in s.ciioii 733.1*.
Statutes, in ih. ir ..ffic. s In Ih
Court ..--us,, in I lade County.
within -is calendar months fi
tim. of Ihe first publication hereof,
thi sanii v\ i11 i... barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this -'Ttii
da) of May. A.D. I!"'-.-
NATHANIEL OUCK MAN
As Ky.ciitor
Fn-st publication of this notice on
th.- 3rd day of June, ISM.
KOVNBR, manniikimi:r
a.- GREBNFIKIJ1
Attorne) for Executor
300 Dupont Plaza Center
Miami, Florida
.: 3-10-17-31
To All Credit.
I lay ii.g i 'la ims or
Said l.siat. :
You are hereby
l|lliled t.. pr.-. lit
I. mini-Is which you may have against
thi -state of ANNA KIRSill de-
ceased late ,.f Dadi- County, Florl
lo tin 'ounty .in.in. s of i -ad. Co
ly. nnd file thi same In duplicate hi d
ovlded in s.ciion T:t:t i-i. Florida
Statutes, in I heir of I pn In I hi I "nt
t) Conrlhoiisi in Ma-i, County, Flor-
ida, ^iii.ii. -i\ all ndar m mlh
lln 'n.....i Ihe flrsl publication he --
of, -a .he s.im. v. i|| i harr. d
Dated .-: Vliami, I'I- rlda, lln- :
ih. Ird da) of June. 1966.
N VTHANIEI. GDI "KM \N
I Bxi cnlor
I : lutbllcai Ion of t In ollci
li day ,-t" Ma)
iVNBR. MANNHKIMKR
,y IRBENFIBLI'
ni -.-I'-
:.-" I niponi I'la aa i Vnli-r
Mian Flm Ida
"- -
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP7
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63582- B
IN RB: Bstate of
III iSE MEDNICK,
1.....eased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
N< 'Tl. "E is hereb) glvi u that e
have fibd our Final Report and P -
lition for Distribution and Final Di--
churge as i:\e.-utoi- of the estate r
ROSE MEDNICK, deceased: and that
on the :.l-A day of June. 1986, v. Ill
apply to the Honorable County .ludg. s
-a' I lad.- county, Florida, for approyal
of -aid Final Report and for distribu-
tion and final discharge as Executors
of th. estate -.f the above-nam-d
d-c dint. This 9th dav of Mav, 19'-i.
JACK MEDNICK
SYLVIA WEISS
PVR.-v I. SPAKKER
An.,i ii.> for Executors
Ion Blscayne Blvd.. North
Miami. Florida 33133
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 70602A
In RI-.: Estate of
ENOCH M ST VLLING-S
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To mi Creditors and All Persona
Having claims ,-r Demands Againsl
Bald Estate:
v.-ii are hereby notified and r.--
nulred to presenl any claims and de-
mands which vou ma) have against
the estate of ENOCH M- ST\ i.i.i \. :s.
Deceased, late of Ihe Count) of New
Haven, State ol Connertlout, leaving
real property iii l'ad-- County, Flor-
ida, to the Count) Judges of Dade
County, anil file the same In dupli-
cate and a- p v ded In s. -ti -.
Florida stain:.-, in Ihelr offices in
th.- County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from th. timi of I hi
publication hereof, or the sunn will
be ban-* ,i
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 21th
da. of Mav. A D 1966
BBTHBR i i:. -xi.t'i:
Anciiiai> Administratrix,
Estati of
BNOI'H M, sTAl,l.l.\'.:s. I......i
First publl. al i--i. of this not oi on
the "-'Till -lav of Mav, I!-.;,;
SIMON. HAYS & GRI'NDWERG
Attorneys foi Ancillary Vdmlnisiratrlx
am Ainsley Building, Miami. Florida
0 J, o J-1U-17
n
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
County, and fill th. same In
No. 70ZS7-C
In RE Bstal. of
ALEXANDER V'l d.K.MAN.
I '. eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
r" mi dltors .....i mi pen
'' "' t I -can,I- Agall .1
S id Estate;
J ... hen by notified and -
'oiii. -I tn pi-.-, nt an) claims and
mands hi. I. >..u ma) have against
Ihe estate of ALEXANDER VOI.K-
AN, ......-,,l lati ,.f Had, Conn- ..
i, to th. Count) Judges of Dade
t ounty, and file Ihe same in dupli-
nd as provided in Section 788.16,
Florida statutes, in their offices In
Ihe c.uniy Cm ih,,us,, j,, |..,,|.. Cou,,-
ly, I I--' mi. within si\ calendar monilis
from th,- time of the first publication
her-.a. ,.r th,- same will be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this M j
day oi May. A.D. 1968.
THEODORE P. SOBO
As Administrator
Cum Testament., Atmexo
Flrsl publication of this nol -
the 37th -lay of Mav, t:-.a;
COKBK, CARJ/>N \ SOBO
Attorney tor Administrator
cum Testamento Annexo
:'.- s. i:. Sixth Street
Ft. I..!uderdab Florida
5 .'7 6/3-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE~"
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
._____ FLORIDA
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
In r. :
VBR.NON TIB M ISf
N'oti.'k j.s iii-:itHi:Y given that
tn. undersigned Petitioner \ritNi.v
THOMAS WALKER. 4\,. r-.slmn ^.
address Is 3517 Murlgrustenue, in the
ity ,.i ,,,.,,, orove (Miami), Coun-
> '" I'-Ue, Florida, .iitenils to aptdv
''-t < "'" ll":3'> of, the Judici.,1
ii--uit in and bade County at
In- office in the i.lMutv c.....-i ii.....
at 3:uo '-ci.,,a, i-.M. OM ,|, lM ,,
of July. IMS, or .is sodn th. reaft. r
J maj I- hi ard. for an order
ehauglng Ins name from VBRNON
i-Vi'V-i ,. !" VI*I:N'"N THOMAS
\i Ivi-.H. b) which name he shall
thereafter be known
, DATED AT Miami, Florida,
liitll day of Mav \ ]) n,,.,,
VERNi IN 'I'll..MAS
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and Mrs. Frank Cuttler, prcgram vice president, whom he in-
ed together with the c:her officers of Tropical Chanter,
American Medical Center, on May 19 at the Deauville Hotel.
Some ] ,500 members cf the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
celebrated Israel's eighteenth year of statehood at the Hadns-
sah-Israel "Chai" Anniversaiy Luncheon last week at the
Fontainebleau Hotel and purchased S!80,0C0 State cf Israel
Bonds in i n memoration of the even*. Here, Mrs. Dorothy
Krieqei Fink, luncheon chairman; Mrs. Leonard Rosen, chair-
man cf the Greater Mianr Israel B^nd Women';, Division,
and Mrs. Henrv B. Wernick. newly elected pre id^nt of the
Miami Bea-h Chapter, slice a gigantic "birthday" cake for
the event. M-s. Wernick and other chapter officers were in-
stalled at the luncheon.
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Miami, Florida, June 10, 1966
Sectior. 3
BB Women to Meet in Baltimore
Use and Harry Simonhoff gave
a party late in May tor local
poet Ruby Levkoff Fogel
Affair celebrated Ruby's latest
l>ook of poetry, "01 Apes and
Angels publi: hed bj Alan Swal-
low, which is garnering excellent
reviews both here and country-
ide Among hi se pi esent
were Rabbi Morris Graf and his
lovelj Ruth. Frank and Hannah
Kahn she's poetrj editor >>i
the Miami Herald Diane and
Daniel Neal Heller, artist Sherna
Simonhoff, Alfred and Virginia
Gerd, and man) others The
host, a compatriot of South Car-
olinian Ruby who could forget
her soft Southern accent re-
pealed that he had been a friend
of her late parents Evening
took an intellectual turn with
the reading of some of the poems
in the new DOOk, and discussion
of modern poetry trends.

Mr and Mrs Harry Schinder
hosted a luncheon in honor of
Idaui liter Kathj 1 ondon, on
p al the Diplomat Country
Chlb The lovelj affair was
given to celebrate Kathy's grad-
in, with honors, from North
Senior High School on
June G The petite blonde was
also feted at a dinner party given
bj her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Martin London, of North Miami,
the previous evening at Nick and
Arthur's Restaurant The
gifted Junior Miss plans to con-
tinue her education at the Uni-
versity of Florida.
Home for the summer from
Tulane University, where he is
taking a pre-med course, is Shel-
don /.illicit With his soph-
ire year behind him, son of
Leonard and Roslind Zilberl. is
more determined than ever to
attend Tulane Med School which
he considers "the finest in the
counlr)
studious Lorie Adler, as pretty
as she is bright, planning to at-
tend Carnegie Tech this summer
. Has an uncle and aunt. Mr.
and Mrs. George Wasser, in
Pittsburgh, who have already
planned a cocktail party for her
this Friday night at the Con
cordia club The 20-year-old
junior at the t nivei -ity of Miami
is ih" daughter of Mr and Mrs
Milton Adler and is majoring in
French and English.
Friends and relatives of M .\
and Mary Ivler are present!
major science book collection to
the new science librarj al I
Continued on Page 4-8
B'nai B'rith Women. District 5,
will convene for its 26th annual
meeting at the Emerson Hotel in
Baltimore. Md.. on June 12 to 15.
District 5 encompasses the six
Southeastern states along the At-
lantic coast from Maryland to Flor-
ida anil the District of Columbia.
The convention is held in conjunc-
tion with the B'nai B'rith Men's
District Grand Lo Ige 5
Rabbi Jay Kaufman, executive
ice president of B'nai B'rith, will
five Lhe keynote address to dele-
gates al ;, joint opening session on
Mind;,;- ni hi
On band to bring greetings will
be Maryland Gov. J. Millard
Tawes, Baltimore Mayor Theodore
R McKeldin, B'nai B'rith Women
District 5 President Mrs. Melvin
Siegel. and president of Maryland
State Association of B'nai B'rith
Lodges, Philip Kershner.
E Albeit Pallot, of Miami, in-
ternational vice president, will
present a special B'nai B'rith
Foundation Award during the four-
Hay convention
Local delegates expected to at-
tend include:
MiamiMesdames Newton Hof-
stadter, Harry Kaufman. Lenore
Curtice, Stanford Best. Nathan
Matusow, Bert Tumpaon, Mae H.
Blum, Robert Friedman. Frederic
Wasserman, Peter Duchon, David
Hess, Max Kunst. Sylvia Leibman,
Herman Pearl, Henry Ross, Dora
Berman, Harvej Herman, Ethel
Lackey. Harry PatO, Benjamin
Malver, Seymour Sillman. Arnold
Braun, Mark Fuchs, Mark Rubin.
Coral Gables Mesdames
Arthur Bassman. Sam Kurland,
Arthur Rosinek,
Hollywood Mesdames Irma
Harrold, Arthur Franklin, Albert
Goldberg, Max Herman. Fred
Klein. David LeVine, Albert Wit-
serman.
Ft. Lauderdale Mesdames
Betty Cohan, Sidney Kates.
Miami Beach Mesdames Mau-
rice Bisgyer. Paul Gaier, Max
Kern. Phil Wolmer, Nat H. Levy,
Michael Light, .lack H. Cohen, Mil
ton Sands. Sidney Teper, Henriettj
Fine. Cecile Kluger, Robert Litt,
Gertrude R. Solomon. Joseph
Ernstorff. Ruth Steiner, John J.
Benjamin, Bertha Woskoff. Clara
Denner, Al Wolosh, .lack August,
George Burkin.
North Miami BeachMesdames
Ralph Abramson, Arthur Horwitz,
Myron Sharp. Frank Burg, M
Wilson. Morris Bernstein. Ros4
Rabson.
West Palm Beach Mcs(i,<-: ,
Henry Blum, Harry Ornsleir.. Wi
liam Kornhauser, Max Miller,
Richard Phillip-, Irwin Sickerman.
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capacities with the American Jew
-h ( onimittee and the Anti-Def-
mation League. Mrs. Perry will be
ldult education coordinator for the
teform Jewish congregation which
ecently expanded its educational
arogram for adults.

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work in educ -
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Nu Kappa Ta^ ho,.,.
Monal lociet) She
Temple Israels program for Morton I. Per "!*
>dult-. helming next fallal ,n- ets and fraud- *
*ude hone study woflf iim^r. area of Dade Countv. three for children Pa-r'.a a
!Gl '-'.--elected officers of the Justine Chapter.
Florida Women's Division. American Jew.sr.
Congress, at the ennue! election luncheon
r.e'.z 3t Jordan Marsh. Se-ated .left to right ere
Mrs Maurice Cahn. membership vice pres-
:rer.V Mrs Sylvia Silvers prescient. Mrs. Irv-
ing 8 Crplan advisor. Standing ieft to riant
Mrs. Benjamin Ze.grr.-r.d chainncn. Com-
mission on Jewish AHairs; Mrs. Harold Druker,
fund-raising vice president: Mrs. Max Apple-
baum. financial secretary; Mrs. Sam nudt.
recording secretary; Mrs. Irving Westin. pro-
gram and AJC Commissions vice president;
and Mrs. Jack Shapiro, divisional represent-
ative.
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June 13 Opening
For Day Crsmp
At Emanu-EI
Te E! Summer Day
Can me 13 fa
ninth >< ar Milton
Peinstein, annotux
The ca:r.p Is under the
guidance ul r-r Irving U-hrmai,
The synagogue -centered camp
P'at al mpha's on pro-
gram mi'..; in Jc-.visr eul'uia!
-,'iiitual values, with a well round
ed athletic program, field trips,
dramatic arts a'ld crafts, singing
and dancing.
A well-trained staff under the
direction of "Uncle Ifiltie, head of
the Social Stuciie> Department and
former athletic director at Miami
Beach High School, ,- in charge of
all activities
Campers are ponded with a
bevera-e at lunch time, a- well a~
a mid-nior:iing and afternoon
snack, and bu* transjvortation to
and from camp A hot lunch :., op- \
tional
Further in font at ion may be ob j
tained from the Teapli office at
1701 Washington Ave Begi
tions are satill being i
CoralI Gables BBW
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lighting to death for the amuse-
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made Caesarea on the Mediter-
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capital.
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pjjdcy.IunelO.lSSe
vJkwislh Fk>/n/df#?r/r
rz?e
&ew Officers For Beth Torah
Insi-.
Wo:..
WH.:
to ri-
ot Te
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done
OutCjC
ordir.
ution of Kinheret Chapter of Ivljzrachi
sn's Organization held at the YM and
of Greater Miami shows seated (left
) Rabbi Solomon Schiff. aniiitl!"' ler-'-T
.-.-.pie 3e*.h SB. installing officer; Mrs. Sol-
Schiif. donor chairman; Mrs. Izzie Ram.
co-chairman; Mrs. Theodore Sakowitz.
nq president; Mrs. Alfred Stone, co-
; tor; Mr j. Bernard I. Gelbert, incoming
president. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Syl-
via Travis, financial secretary; Mrs. Hannah
Fite. social secretary; Mrs. Mildred Dardick.
corresponding secretary; Mrs. Leo Oster, pro-
gram vice president; Mr? MnriM T^.~~K-,-n_
recording secretary; Mrs. Elizabeth Perl, treas-
urer; Mrs. Morris Sokol and Mrs. Joseph Suss-
man. fund raising vice presidents.
Academy Women Name Hew Leader;
Installation Slated for New School Year
Mr Samuel P.>>ner has been
elect* to lerve is president of
the H< reu Academy Women for
the ing : ear. Mrs. Harry Kap-
lan, n -.inatior..'} chairman, has an-
nounce Slate >f officers was
elect* l>> the general member
ship t ough (OStal ballot. Mrs.
K"-nt succeeds Mrs. M 11. Rosen-
houst ho served as president for
the [_.-'. year ur-.i who has been
electee as ttorjrary president for
the c- ln^ -;
Mrs. Rosner is the mother of an
Acader y stodert, Howard, and a
son, George She and Mr. Rosner
live ii Vliami Beach and are well
known as Bnt hotel oper-
ators.
"GI< a P. > i-sumes this of-
!ice i t a- a n sweomer," Mrs.
lonai I P. i chairman of the
board tated She has been PTA
preside it >. Academy for the
>ast ti ee i<;d has headed
.in.' com -- luring the past
*iu. Bett) I Uiniii.-.s. Maurice Qold-
riiuc, William (Joldsteln, Gerald Grean-
i-- a. Henry Groudan, Joseph Hoff-
man, Donald Kas*a, Hyman Kolko,
Benjamin Kornrelch, Buaene Labo-
\i:.'.. s Miui'ni Laufer, Adou Lenzeller,
Morton l.i"i.-rin;in. Marvin Llpinan.
Rose I...l,,-l. N.rm.in Lyons, Michael
Mabel, Abraham Mason. Ruth Mir-
Mi. Hi. Alexander Moskovlts.
Mevdames Henry Penchanaky, By
Reese. Harold Relnhard, Leo Rt-ln-
hard, Ellas Rosch, Harr> l: .->..
Hans Riise bent, Mrrraj Rosenberg,
Raehel fe'akowltz. Harrj Samuels,
Dors S ndler, Sol Sandier, Irvine Set-
;,.' Uabrlel Shantala, Abraham Sha-
piro, Joseh L. Sharpe. Virginia 811-
eiberij, Charlee Simon. Edward Sny-
ler, Nathan E Spelgelman, Abraham
Steinberg, Jerrs sn.-sn an, Israel
reltch, Harol i Tokay, r, Helen L'rlch.
M.,i Walilp in, I-hillp Wel-a. 8>l\la
Zemet. Kr-.| /. sq i|t,
N'ewly-elected officers of
tioi for 191
will be installed durin
ling ,!' B; 15 p i
U \ I.'dm hit/ w ill coi duct
which will include ii
icers and directors
of the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood
ami the Men's Club.
KwiiU! Ziffer, local accountant.
will succeed Richard Sncider as
congregation president, serving
with the following slate: Joseph
Golden, Dave Margulies. Mrs. Stan-
ley Stein. Milton Hornstein. Joel1
Gottehrer, Raymond Bookman,
j Neil Shtcir, vice presidents; Ben
Karp, treasurer; Arnold^ Stern.
| Mrs. Julius Gordon, Mrs. Joseph
Golden, secretaries.
Elected trustees are Sam Fox.
chairman, Stanley Friedman, Saul
Schreiber, Seymour Rosen. Irving
Newman, Louis Taylor. Robert
Baumohl, Max Breslow, Frank
Burg, Sam Dorfman, Morris Feld-
man, Burt Greenberg. Ernie Her-
man. Ernest Janko, Hyman Katz.
George Katzman. Nathan Ostrov,
i Jerome Schwartz, Judge Arthur
Winton, Dr. Morton Reiss, Aaron
Einleger.
Appointed trustees include Phil-
ip Bloom. Robert Lipof, Milton
] Feinstein, Michael D. Bodne. Ben
j J. Newmark, Matthew Ettinger.
Dr. Joel Dennis, Dave Schwartz.
Judge Ronald Levy. Eugene
Schwarzberg, Stanley Stein, Mrs
Adrian Kaufman, Morris Goldfarb.
Frank Hornstein. Irving Kuttler.
Julius Gordon.
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood ros-
ter includes Mrs Geoi:
n an, presldi nl. Mr M
(:,-. M Matthi Ettii
Young Mrs Adi
N'athai azi i
prcsidi Martii E
treasurer: Mrs, '.....
n slow Mrs. Martii W
Mrs, Roy Marbin, secretaries.
Men's Club officers are Wl i
Stone, president: Robert Baumohl,
Sydney Levy, vice presidents; Hy
Krieger, treasurer: John J. Wer-
ner, Louis Pincus, secretaries.
Board members are Paul Leff,
Al Zuckcrman. Judge Arthur Win-
ton. Nat Schwalb, Nat Ostrov.
BBW Chapter
Seats Officers
At a donor-installation luncheon
of Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, recently held at the
Deauville Hotel. Mrs. Ann Kauf-
man inducted the new slate of
officers.
Serving for 1966-67 will be Mrs.
Samuel Baum, president; Mrs. Jack:
August, Mrs. Charles Beatty. Mrs.
Clara Denner, Mrs Maurice Forer,
vice presidents; Mrs. Benjamin
Rimer, trustee; Mrs Sally Fisher,
counsellor; Mrs. Jackson Wheye,
treasurer; Mrs. Al Wolosh, Mrs.
Ben Isaak, Mrs. Sara Buryin, Mrs.
Goldie Gershon, secretaries; Mrs.
Anne Kaufman, parliamentarian;
Mrs. Ann Berry, publicity chair
man; Mrs. Sally Fisher, annual
journal.
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five years since her affiliation with
the school."
A formal installation of the
newly-elected officers has been
planned I > September when the
row school year will begin.
Elected to sene with Mrs Ros-
ner are Mrs Leonard Rosen, chair-
man of the board; Mrs. David S. ,
Andron, Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz,
.-. Joseph Shapiro, honorary life
presidents; Mrs. M H, Rosenhouse,
honorary president; Mrs Samuel
Reinhard. honorary life vice pies
ident; Mrs Joseph E. Rackovsky,
ihonorarj life treasurer; Mrs Leon-
ard Adler. Mrs. Matthew G. Ettln-
Mrs. Morton I.ieberman. Mrs.
Julius Rosenstein, Mrs S. Louis
Schwartz, vice presidents; Mrs.
Abraham Shapiro, treasurer; Miss
Rose Rosenhouse. financial secre
tary; Mrs. Jacob D. Katz. recording
secretary; Mrs. Sam Shapiro, social
secretary; Mrs. Sue Hermon. chair
man. corresponding secretary; Mrs.
Carl Brandes and Mrs Al Asheroff,
co-chairmen, corresponding secre
taries; Mrs. Morris Dubler. tele-
phone secretary; Mrs Saul H.
Breeh, registiar; and Mrs Harry-
Kaplan, parliamentarian.
Also serving are Mesdames Sam-
uel Cohen. Irving Firtel. Alexander
Kogan, Irwin H. Makovskv, Louis
Makovskv. Alfred Stone, past pres
idents and trustees; and Mesdames
Joseph Adelsberg. Sarah C. Bud-
low. Pauline Chill. Sam Fuchs. Har-
ry Genet. Alexander S. Gross, Paul
ine Grundwerg. George Kimmel.
Aaron S. Lauer. Louis Merwitzer.
Al Miller. Isidore Spolter and I-ouis
Sussman, trustees.
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deis I niversitj in honor of the
couple's 50th wedding annuer-
sar) The Ivlers' third
and wires, Al and Br-a. of Wood
N V M> ron and Rene, of
Miami Beach, and Dr. Daniel and
Susan of Pasadena. Calif. and
nine grandchildren hase sent out
<'ions to a sala celebration
of the occasion to be held June
19 in Hewlett. N V
So many happy event Lee
Rubin schedule that there's no
room for missed train* or plane*
Riuht after -on Ross con-
firmed at Temple Zion. where the
is a pest president. he dashed
north to attend a Bar Mitzvah in
Orangebarg N V Then n
will be another slide hoi:
time for the JWV S'atc Depart
ment convention in which she is
actins award* chairman
Standing b\ to join her is hubbv
Max

Nancy, daughter of Mr and
tin Maurice Cohen, of Coral
Gables, will bo honored v. ith a
bridal shower at noon Saturday
in the Rendezvous Room at the
Da.id William Hotel The fu-
ture bride, a senior at the Uni-
versity of Tennessee, will be mar-
ried on June 25 to Carl Reiter.
also a student at the Tennessee
rove
tutkm Co-hosts at Sat-
urdays shower are Ufa David
'Linda) I.oveman. Mr* Marshall
i Barbara i Kline and Mrs Morton
(Anita) Varat.
*
It was cocktails and a midnight
supper for a house warming at
the elegant University Dr. home
of Ed and Pat Strawgate in Coral
Gables, and friends came from
as far away as Palm Beach for
the party Among localites
attending were Baron and Polly
de Hirsch Meyer. Dick and Elaine
Wolfson, Sally and I.ee Lebow
Jim and Jinni Ranni. Ron and
Gcri Levitt. Neil and Barbara
Shiff. the Harry Burns, the Wil-
Iiam Pallots and the Bob Suss-
mans.

Attorney S Z Robbin and
spouse Rita, of 3000 S\V 83rd Ct .
have just returned from a month
of battling abroad Highlights
of their tour include the tulip
festival in the Netherlands. Den-
mark after the last snow- storm
in May. sightseeing with rela-
tives in Paris, especially lunch
on the Eiffel Tower, and strolling
down the Champs Ely sees .
Don't know whether they are
now afficionados. but they did.
spend two afternoons at the bull-
fights in Spain Only disap-
pointment, if you can call it that,
was the absence of fog m En- >
land, where the weather was su-
perlative That might be a
nod wont for the entire trip,
according to the Robbins
96S
NCCH VohrC
Cited by UM
Fifty volun-
service to the f,
amis National Childrei
Hospital during tr. _\'i:
to be honored at J?
the Charter Room of ft, ,0._
on Thursda> at 2 ."
Volunteer hours dunr.2 the ,,..
year hate totaled 3.66! aWa2
Awards include the Niru ..
unteer P,n for 100 hour, a
for each additional loo boor, Z
special gold pin for 3
who have logged 1.000 hour. *
a diamond chip for &tn'm
tional 250 hours iii-
Beach Students
Win Top Honors
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was
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in the sixth
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! S< hool She member
- Art Club An honor
den I she i r-skiing,
: ireign noils
II lent,
i- ,i ei ":" of the school band

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subjects
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Localites Attend
Brandeis Meeting
University National
- I!omm will hold Its
:.il conference June 10 to 14
us at Wa!
tham Mass
The main function of the Bran-
( ommittee is to
k the university library,
the conference a full report
"I I..' ; real made to date and
future plans will be di cussed
Formal and informal sessions, plus
cocktail parties and dinners are
planned for di arriving
from .ill over the United States.
ate* from this area attend-
the conference are Mrs. Sid-
i ej Sen wart/., national vice pres-
ident. Mrs. Ethel Nagler, vice
president, Book Fund. Miami
Beach Chapter; Mrs. Arthur .Jurko-
witz, president. Miami Beach
CINA scutum
Famous to Launch
Expansion Here
ner has been nam<
add I
1 i
fourth foi
New
I chairs will in<
I It) li;- 30 pel cent.
re: of the restaurant are
Morris Lerner and Harry Zucl
man.
Dinner Slated
For Blood Donors
Knights of P\thia-. Miami Beach
Lodge, will hold a blood drive on
Wednesday, from 4 30 to 7:30 p.m..
at the American Legion Hall. 1828
Alton Rd. Blood units from Mount
Sinai Hospital will be in attend-
ance.
All donors will be given a steak
dinner and a turkey to take home
Chpater: Mrs Akin Phillipson.
treasurer. Miami Chapter.
Remember how good
bread used to taste?
August Bros.
still does!
AUGUST BROS. BAKERy
361 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA
WHIPPED TO HEAVENLY SMOOTHNESS
KRAFT WHIPPED
CREAM CHEESES
SPREAD LIKE A
CHARM-EVEN ON
MATZOS-EVEN WHEN
REFRIGERATOR COLD!
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g DELICIOUSLY FRESH FLAVORS
^0 What treats to serve your family and guests! Kraft Whipped /&
Cream Cheeses spread like a charm, even when very cold. And the P mm
different flavors create big excitement for bagels, sandwiches, party >5===^ KOSHER
dips and snacks. Look for them in Kraft's handy, reusable, alumi-
num bowls.
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Mrs. Henry Kamen, Israeli chairman of the Beth David Fine
Arts Committee, shown at the second "Evening with the Fine
Arts" held at Beth David on June 1. Members of the congrega-
tion shared some 200 art works at the display, which featured
John Bitter, former dean of music at the University of Miami,
in a talk on "Joy of Music in an Electronic Age." Summer
program under Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shavin is being planned.
Israeli folk dancing, recorder workshop and oil painting will
be part of the July program. A three-day art festival is sched-
uled beginning next Nov. 12.
Skit Dedicated to
Mrs. Abramowitz
By Sisterhood
Temple Menorah Sisterhood lion-
rcd Mrs. Mayer (Raehel) Abram-
\wt/. wife of the temple's spir-
tual leader, by dedicating a skit.
Traits of Her Labors," to her
ecently.
Planned as a surprise to both
tabbi and Mrs. Abramowitz. their,
licence at the performance was
mured by his being asked to pay
ribute to Sisterhood's honoree,
vithout knowing who it was to be,
mocation.
The playlet was written and ^
produced by program chairman, |
Mrs. Benjamin Krovetz, with Mrs.
'.Jeri Koopcrman and Mrs. Bernicc
pating, entering for their parts at
he verj last moment, were the
ouple's three young children.
Dahlia, David and Recna
Sisterhood president is Mrs. Ed-
ard Schuman.
IT'S COLD IN THE CAROLINAS
Martha and Stanley Myers arrived at their
summer home in Hendersonville with the dogs,
the maid, the new station wagon, and clothes
for Martha's trip to New York to attend the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women's board meet-
ing. Luckily, she had plenty of warm clothes,
too. Martha has been wearing wool slacks and
three sweaters it's 40 degrees, and that's cold,
even in a mountain palace such as the Myers'.
HAPPINESS IS A FAMILY TRADITION
"Now we're a family," declared Molly Alt-
man to her husband. Bill. Their only son. Dr.
Robert S. Altman. and his wife, Judy, and five-
yearold. Leslie, have moved to Perrine. They
were fortunate to rent a real suburban home on
a half-acre from an army major who was going
to Chile for three years. They hung their breeze-
way with potted ferns and orchid plants: and
while the air-conditioning goes its merry way
inside the house, they sit in the breezeway and
know for sure that they are in Florida. Mean-
.
1
while, Molly is busy waiting for the holidays toj
arrive so she can begin family traditions.
AND THE BOAT CAME ON BEHIND
Arlene and Larry Blasberg and their two
kids, Ira and Michael, went to Islamorada for the
holidays. They had to drive slowly because their
boat was tagging along behind them. The place-
where they stayed didn't have a dock; so most of|
their time was spent in dragging the boat in and!
out of the water. They've already made arrange"
ments for the Fourth of July at a motel that has
a bed for their boat. Just about every minute.
they bumped into someone from Miami: Dr. and
Mrs Ira Rothfield and their family, the Aaron
Eusters, as well as the Jay Eusters.
SAME OLD ROUTINE
Florence and Sidney Lewis went to Sara-
sota for the weekend. So what did they do? They
played cards, watched television, went shopping
anri ate out. They had to go to Sarasota to do
that?
Frances Lehman
<
Mrs. Gordon
Joins Mar-Dan
Mrs. Harry (Jennie) Gordon is
iiv. a licensed ami registered sales-
woman associated with Mar Dan
Vssociates, Realtors, 1698 Coral
sVay. Miami.
Mrs. Cordon has long been as-
-ociated with leading Jewish com-
ninity activities, having served as
president and in other capacities
f a variety of organizations here.
Blue Ridge Resort
To Offer Talent
Miami Beach is fast becoming a
source of talent for the Henderson-
ville, N.C., resort area nestled in
the Great Smokies and Blue Ridge!
Mountains.
Sam Morris, former theatrical
>>ooking agent, has turned hotel
perator in Hendersonville, and
:his week announced plans to pio-
neer a weekend star policy at his
Duncraggan Inn.
Morris said he intends to draw
on the best that Miami Beach has
10 offer by way of comedians and
singers, and notes that "many
greats and near-greats in show
business make their home here."
Entertainment at Duncraggan
Inn is in addition to gourmet Jew
sh American cuisine and a full
program of day and evening activ-
ities on 16 landscaped acres.
Grand opening foi the summer Is
June 15. S. T.
Doctorate for Yiddish Poet
NEW YORK (WNS) Aaron
GlanirLeyetes, noted Yiddish poet,
line this week by the
Hebrew Union College-Jewish in
stitute or Religion with an hono
doctorate. Tin- ceremonj was held
imple Kinaini El.
(.OOlMIIIM.SIMIIi:
Bagels...and Good Coffee
No taste in the world satisfies like a bakery fresh
bagel...and a cheering cup of Maxwell House
coffee. Both are constant, unchanging and match-
less in the joy they give-each in its own, a tradi-
tional favorite in Jewish homes.
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Friday, Jum 10. 1966
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Iris Thorpe. BOW Mrs. Daniel Franco, is almost a native
Floridian. She came to Miami from Long Island with her
folks, the Mr Bertram Thorpes, when she was only eight
Old Ins went to Central Beach and Miami Beach
School, where she was on the Student Council and in
both Honor Societies When it was time for college, she
the University of Alabama. She found being a mem-
ber of the debating team a fan-
tastic experience, which has proved
its worth many times over Her
activity in her sorority. Alpha Ep-
silon Phi. during college years,
has continued over, so that she is
now active in the Greater Miami
Alumnae Association. At the close
of her first year of college. Iris
met her future husband. Dan. ju-t
as he was finishing his first year
of dental school.
Since Iris' father was a den-
tist, and she worked in his office
during summer vacations, she had
long ago decided to be a dental
hygienist. Meeting Dan strength
ened this idea; so she changed
courses and graduated with a Bachelor's degree in educa
tion and dental hygiene. They were married before their
senior year and lived in an apartment in Birmingham.
Looking back today, they don t see how they did it. but
in those days, they thought their apartment and the whole
world were grand.
After graduation. Dan went into service. Since they
didn't have a family. Dan requested overseas duty, thinking
that it would be great to travel. When he received his
orders, they were to report to Homestead. "Where's that'.'"
queried Iris, never dreaming it could possibly be the Home-
stead that was twenty miles from her parental home in
Miami, and where they intended to live when his tour was
over. It was just one of those strange things that happen,
and all of their friends wanted to know from whence
came the pull.
So they started their family, which consists of Karen,
now nine and a half. Janet. Susan and Steven, the youngest,
who really has four mothers, including Iris and his three
sisters
At first. Iris helped her husband in the office, but
then she became too involved on the home front. A year
and a half ago, she went back part-time as her husband's
hygienist. She likes meeting people, but it is more than
meeting them, more than just a job; she cares about them,
not only because of her own work, but because her husband
is so vitally interested in and involved with them.
From bowling, the Francos have become a golfing
family. Iris still has a way to go because she just took up
the game recently. Always an avid reader. Iris continues
to devour books. She also feels that the only field in which
she is creative is sewing, and she loves to sew for the girls.
Her parents set a good example when they showed Iris in
her childhood how important it is for parents to take an
active part in their children's life, as well as in the bustling
affairs of the community.
Today. Iris is active in PTA as a Room Mother. She
ha been involved in all phases of Temple Beth Am Sister
hood. She was a Brownie leader until this year; next year,
there will be another Brownie coming to the fore, so back
she will be going into the Brownie Camp. Iris was the
founding president of what is now the Suburban League.
She still is on the board, and is gratified that it has become
an outstandingly successful organization As parliamentar-
ian, she is also on the board of the Young Women's Division
of Combined Jewish Appeal.
The Francos like to entertain, be entertained and go
out. But they never go out on school nights, feeling that
they must be at home to answer the many questions that
crop up. The children are at the social age. and sleeping
are at hand There are more guests than beds Iris
and Dan are liberals. They have tried to impress on their
children that they must judge people as individuals, no
matter what place they hold in society. "Don't be a con-
formist think for yourself." is their plea. Here are four
children who are learning to think for themselves and
meet the problems of their time squarely and head on. if
their parents have anything to do with the goal they have
set for themse!
Miss Bialolenki
Sunday Bride
Of Edward Dato
Blandrs E Bialolenki. daughter
of Prof and Mrs Andre S Bialol-
enki. 520 E. DiLido Isle, became
the bride of Edward L Dato on
Sunday. June 5. The bridegroom
is the son of Mr and Mrs. Joe
Edward Dato of C'happaqua. N. Y.
Rabbi Joseph R Narot perform-
ed the 8 p.m. ceremony which was
held at the Deauville Hotel, where
a reception in honor of the couple
followed
The bride's honor attendants
were her sisters. Mrs Claudia Salo-
mon and Pamela Bialolenki. Mr
Dato served as his son's best man.
For the nuptials, the bride wore
., gown of silk organza with em-
pire bodice and imported leaf
sprav appliques enchancing the
low Edwardian neckline The short
sleeves were fashioned of candle-
light Venetian lace in a small open
pattern which also trimmed the
hemline of the gown, completed
with a full chapel train. The bridal
nosegay of pink and white sweet
in art roses with lilyof-the-valley
had ivory satin streamers.
A graduate of La Yillan in
Chcsieres-Yillars. Switzerland, new
Mrs. Dato attended the University
of Alabama and Florida State Uni-
versity. At Alabama she was a
member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
Sorority
A eraduate of Southern Metho-
dist University in Dallas. Tex., and
an affiliate of Beta Theta Pi Frat-
ernity. Mr Dato is in advertising
and professional music through
performance and recording.
On their return from a honey-
moon in the Smoky Mountains, the
counle will live at 2735 Kings Rd..
Dallas
Honey Friedman
be Mrs. Witz
Mr. and Mrs. By Priei man, of
7100 sw 77th r: anno the
engagement i ;hter
Honey, to Joat fa
Miss Friedma ate of
Sophie Newcon : is at
present attendii g th I ,-ersity
of Miami.
Son of Mr. ant : A Irvine
Wit/., of Ray r isiai s, the
future bridegn i .
the Whaiton S lmerce
and Finance an ..
of the Irving
Miami.
An August wet is
(Farm I
MRS. FDWARD DATO
Lynda Sperling
Fiancee of
Law Student
Mr and Mrs Maxwell Franklin
Sperling. 10 Yalnera Ave.. have an-
nounced the engagement and
forthcoming marriage of their
daughter. Lynda Rae. to Allen Den
nis Altman. The prospective bride-
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs
Sam Altman. 3881 NW 1st St.
The bride elect is a graduate of
Coral Gables Senior High, and at-
tended the UniversitJ of Florida,
where she was a member of Delta
Phi Epsilon Sorority. A 19R6 grad-
uate, with honors, from the Uni-
versitJ i f Miami, the has a Bache-
lor ol Arts degree, and interned at
idral Cables Senior High. She
plans to teach English at Miami
Springs Senior High.
Her fiance is a graduate of
Miami Senior High and attended
Emory University, where he was
I member of Alpha Epsilon Pi
Fraternity. He earned a BS degree
in business administration from
the University of Florida, where
he was a member of Beta A'pha
Psi. national accounting honorary,
and is an honor student at the UM
Law School. Now associate editor
of the Law Review, he served as
assistant editor of Digest.
Couple will exchange nuptial>
vows on July 2. at the Deauville
Hotel.
Judea Plans
School Schedule
Her/l Hanoi
of Temple Jui ea.8r.noi
the I06f. 67 Relit -
include week!) Sunday S
sions from the 1
through post-o
The twice we< | He-
brew School, a i >ram,
includes a Bat ;
schedule
The new Ter sanc-
tuary and Relit:i -
construction at Gran ,-,nd
So. Dixie Highwi
will he ready
September, and features fully
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QETH Torah Congregation held
its annual dinner dance Sat
urday evening in the congregation
hall. Chairman for tilt-
ing was Mrs. Joel Gotterher.
: in an oriental pattern. Her
double breasted jacket had a
Bit-type collar.
Hyman Kat7 chose a multi-
red silk organza sown. Her
rrint featured bouquets of spring
flowers. A figure-molding black
. tail dress was worn by Mrs
eslie Hose. Her jewel neckline
plunged low in back, and bias cut
inserts at the waist created a full
flared skirt. Mrs. Stanley Stein's
brocade gown was in ombre pas-
tel pinks. Her ruffled front had
n high collar which dipped to
back decolletage which was also
tncircled with ruffles
* *
RABBI'S wife. Mrs Max A.
" Lipschitz. selected a white
Alaskan silk three-piece formal
ensemble. Her jacket was cut in
the chanel style, with the white
crystal beads which trimmed her
rverblouse being repeated on the
slit of her skirt. Mrs .Joseph
Schaffel's black silk crepe sheath
had touches of jet caviar beads
on her jewel necked bodice. Her
matching jacket was also beaded.
Black silk crepe was also the
(hoice of Mrs. Howard Ralby. and
'he- back of her gown was scoop-
ed almost to the waist.
Mrs Richard Sneider. wife of
1he outgoing president, was in
hlack chiffon. The empire waist-
line was detailed with a band of
lime green satin and a matching
satin bow. and her bodice was
shirred. Wife of the president-
lect. Mrs. Ewald Ziffer. chose a
sculptured brocade gown in om-
bre tones of deep blue. The trum-
pet effect at the hemline was
achieved with godet inserts
which flared from the knees. The
Cantor's wife. Mrs. Jacob Renzer.
was in porcelain blue brocade.
Her three-quarter-length coat was
.-. breasted *ith a rolled
*
BLACK Alaskan silk was the
fi .. choice of Mrs Sey-
m<... Rosen Her -heath featured
an illusion bodice with black
lace inserts. Black was
by Mrs William Stone.
but her fabric was silk crepe
conversation piece neckline
'i tl > ; ider web created by
radiating narrow bands from the
high rounded neckline to just
above the bust line. Mrs. Abraham
Gittleson topped her muted silver
crepe sheath with a hip length
jacket of alencon lace.
Mrs. Irving Newman s three-1
piece ensemble was of black
French silk ribbon with a floral
pattern woven with white ribbon.
The "choir boy" collar of her
jacket was in white jasmine mink.
Mrs. Julius Gordon chose shock-
ing pink silk chiffon for her
gown. Her sleeveless bodice was
heavily encrusted with multi-
colored beads. White peau de soie
was worn by Mrs. Ernest Janko.
Her floor-length gown had in-
serts ct black velvet in the swirl-
i cut outs of her bodice.
CILVER lame in one piece with
** an overblouse effect was the
choice of Mrs Jerome Schwartz.
l!ci decollete neckline had a
modified Queen Anne collar Mrs.
Albert Maeroff wore a beige satin
bodict with her chantilly lace
suit. Her double-breasted jacket
was edged with a narrow braid.
Mrs Neil Shtier topped her
shocking pink peau de soie for-
mal length skirt with a pink and
white beaded shell.
Jet crystals on the illusion neck-
line of Mrs. lrwin Raffel's black
silk crepe were the featured de-
tail of her dress. Mrs. Julian
Haber wore a silk turquoise shift
with a matching beaded sweater.
Ice pink silk crepe was the
choice of Mrs. Mervyn Dorfman.
Her cape-like jacket had a shirred
bodice and high collar.
MISS MIRIAM WCISS
Miriam Weiss
Betrothal Told
Mr and Mrs. Philip Weiss, of
Miami Reach, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter.
Miriam, to Mr. Jerome Jay Ben-
gin i
The groom to-be is the son of
Mr and Mrs. Max Bensinger. of
Cleveland, O.
Miss Weiss, a graduate of the
Hebrew Academy and Miami
Beach Senior High School, is pre-
sently a sophomore at Barnard
College in New York. She plans to
major in the national sciences.
Mr. Bensinger is a senior at
Yeshiva University and plans to
study for rabbinical ordination,
with graduate work in the field of
biology
A wedding in June. 1967 is be-
ing planned by the couple.
Dubbin, Yablonsky
Marital Vows
At Beth David
The former Robin Aleen nubbin
and Alan Donald Yablonsky ex-
changed marital vows on Sunday.
June 5, at Beth David Congrega-
tion, where a reception followed
the evening ceremony. Rabbi Sol
I.andau officiated.
Parents of the bride are Judge
and Mrs Albert S. Dubbin. 2651
So Miami Ave. The bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs Louis Yab-
lonsky. Hollywood. Fla.
For the wedding, the bride chose
an organza gown with all-over em-
broidery. It w;i> styled with a
bustle in the back gathered with
Uly-of-tbe-valley and falling to a
tiered organza train.
Honor attendants were Mrs
Bonnie Askowitz and Ruth Kappa-
port. Mrs Sandra Viener. Mrs.
Helene Dubbin. Mrs. Carol Roth.
Mrs Roz Stuzin and Mrs. Ellen
Korach served as bridesmaids, and
n ise Viener as flow* r girl.
Sieve Yablonsky was best man
to the bridegroom, and ushers in-
cluded Murray Dubbin. Dr. Alfred
Viener. Dr. Jerry Askowitz.
Charles Rowars, Sheldon Oletzky.
Clifford Dubbm and Sammy Dub-
bin.
New Mrs Yablonsky attended
Sophie Newcomb from 1962 to
1964 and graduated from the Uni-
versity of Miami in June. Her
sorority is Sigma Delta Tau.
Her bridegroom attended the
University of Florida where he
was a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi
Fraternity. He is presently asso-
ciated with Boeing Co. in Cocoa
Beach. Fla.. where the couple plan
to live.
\v.-t .i. r Ka i
MS. ALAN YABLOHSKY
Shayna Benus to
Wed in November
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S Benus.
2150 SW 19th Ter announce th
engagement of their daughter.
Ellen Shayna, to Philip Stuart
Herschfeld
The prospective bridegroom is
the son of Samuel Herschfeld, of
600 SW 9th Ave and Mrs Louil
Freeman. Newark. N..I.
A November wedding is planned
Seniors Hear
Convention News
Florida Senior Citizens club 2
will hold a membership meeting
on Monday. 2 p.m., at the Flor
idian Hotel
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Friday, June 1C 1366
Richard Kramers
Married June 5,
Off to Europe
The Diplomat Country Club was
the sotting for the 6:30 p.m. cere-
mony on Sunday, June 5. uniting
the former Carole Ruth B rod sky
and Richard I. Kramer. Rabbi lrv
ing Lehrnian performed the nup-
tials which wen followed by a re-
ception in the Calcutta Room ol
the club.
On their return from a honey-
moon in Europe, the newlyweds
will live in Miami Beach.
Daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Bern-
ard Brodsky. 201 No Shore Dr..
the bride had her sister. Mrs. Sam
l.uby Jr.. for matron of honor.
Barbara Leven; Marl S. Rubin.
Sarah Weinberg and Charlotte
Woogin were bridesmaids.
For the wedding, new Mrs.
Kramer selected a. gown of peau
de soie fashioned with' alencon lace
appliques and. studded with seed
pearls.-A matching head band held
Ihc buttttrfly veiling of French il-
lusion, and she carried an orchid
bouquet on a white brocade Bible.
The bridegroom's brother.
Michael H. Kramer, served as his
best man. They are the sons of
Mrs. Miriam A. Kramer of Now
York City, and Mr. and Mrs
George Kramer of Miami.
Groomsmen included Gerald A
Attardi, Capt. Mike Burke. John
R. Carlson. Jr.. David Goldman.
Allen R. (irecnwald. Rudolph
Carol Friedman
Engaged June 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. L Friedman.
5650 Pine Tree Dr., announce that
their daughter, Carol Lee. was en-
gaged June 1 to Henry Murray
Uilaon, son of Mr and Mrs. Harry
Milson, 5(340 Pine Tree Dr.
The bl Ida elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach Senior High and at
tended Miami Dade Junior College.
Her fiance is a graduate of Miami
Beach Senior High and attended
Georgia Tech and is now a student
at Miami-Hade Junior College. He
will receive a degree in December.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
\Wi ner K ihi
MRS. RICHARD KRAMER
Gruenfeld, Clinton B. Hamilton II.
Herbert Horowitz. Dr Milton
Kramer. Daniel K. Leonard. Sam
Luby. Jr., Harry B. Smith and Al-
fred' A. Talbert.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Kramer at-
tended the University of Miami.
He is now occupied with real es-
tate investments, and she is a den
tal nurse.
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MRS. ROBERT BISHOP
Terri Grad
Now Mrs. Bishop
Terri Ann Grad and Robert Al-
'an Bishop were married Sunday,
hine 5. at Temple Emanu-El. with j
Rabbi Irving Lehrnian officiating.
A champagne dinner reception fol-
lowed at the Eden Roc Hotel.
The bride is the daughter of,'
Benjamin Grad and the late Mrs.
Virginia Grad. of Miami Beach.
She will be a senior at the Uni-
versity of Miami next fall, and
plans a career in teaching.
The groom is the sun of Mr, and
Mrs. Jo.-eph Bishop. He is a grad-
uate of Miami Beach High and at-
tended the University of Miami/
where he was a member of Alpha
Epsilon Pi Fraternity
The bride wore a gown of sheer
while chantilly laci red
with v. hue velvet Her headpiece
consisted of tiny white molded
glass orange bloss
She was attended bj Miss Linda
ster of the gi oom.
The couple will honeymoon In
Lake Tahoe and Las Vegas, Ne\ .
and will take up residence on Mi-
ami Beach.
Hatlkvah Chapter
Concludes Season
Hatikvah Chapter of Mizrachi
Women of America held its "Save
a Child on Mother's Day"' luncheon
on May 12 at the Royal Hungarian
Restaurant.
The affair, final activity for the
season, included both a child re-
storation program and installation
of officers for the coming year.
Mrs. Jennie Weisburg. child
restoration chairman, reported on
the project of the Mizrachi Wom-
en and told of the number of un-
fortunate and orphaned children
the organization has aided during
the year through its many chil-
dren's villages, community cen-
ters, nurseries and schools in Is-
rael
Mrs. Jacob Davis, luncheon
chairman, introduced Muriel Ron.
who presented a program of Heb-
rew. English and French -onus.
Rabbi David Lehrfield. of Knos
Seth Israel Congregation, installed
the newly-elected officers. They in-
clude president. Mrs. Hyman Kol
ko: honorary president, Mrs. Ju-
lius Rosenstein: vice presidents.
Jennie Weisburg. Irving Boyar.
Sam Herman; financial secretary,
Louis Fuchs; treasurer. Sue Her-
mon; corresponding secretary Lee
Strauss, recording secretary. I.ily
Laster.
Norton Tire Will Break Ground
Norton Tire Co.. one of the
world's largest dealers in B. F.
Goodrich tires, announces the
groundbreaking of its newest and
largest auto service center on NW
27th Ave. at 54th St.
The new facility, to be completed
by August, will encompass 30.000
sq. ft. of auto service bays for
the handling of 15 cars simultan-
eously. With the latest tire chang
ing and auto servicing equipment,
the plant will be among the most
modern in the nation.
An additional 10,000 at), ft. of
warehouse space is also being con-
structed at the same location
'Coffee House1
Installation Set
For MB Opti-Mrs.
The Cabaret Room of i
Fish Market on the 79th St Cause
\\a\ will be transformed into the
"Opti-Mrs. Coffee House" on Tues-
day noon, when the Miami Beach
club holds Its annual installation
luncheon.
Mrs. Sy Silverman. being install-
ed for a second term as president,
will have the oath of office admin-
istered by her husband. Sy Silver
man. newly elected lieutenant gov-
ernor of the Optimists.
Slate for 1966-67 includes Mrs.
Irving Kern, Mrs. Frank Nankin,
vice presidents; Mrs, Sam Hirsch,
treasurer: Mrs. Mitzie Levlne, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Arthur
Hornreich. corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs. Lawrence A. Weston,
social secretary.
Incoming board members are
Mesdames William Camel, Lou
Freeman. Sidney Gilbert. William
Gliek. Manny Goldstrich, George
Goodman. Al Gottleib. Harry
Greenberg. Ralph Hall. Edwin
Henig, Robert Jackson. Arthur
LeibowitZ, James U-venson. Gerald
Lindenbaum, Jack Low. Eli Melt
Mr, Melvin Richard. Stanley Peal.
Louis Pilzer. I^onard Platt, Carl
Quittner. Harry Raskin. Milton 01-
kin. Simon Rubin, Ben Schoenfeld,
Mildred Simon. Murraj Sonnet,
Gene Troop.
In keeping with the club's theme
for the i a season, rlootenan;,"
the program will be built around
folk songs with original lyrics by
Mrs Gene Troop. Mrs Murray
Sonnet and Mrs Irving Kern F< a
tured performers will be young
local guitarist Larrj i
Lynn Garber,
Bohemian decoratioi
Sidne; G Ibe I
Gene Troop will rve Bl
of the I Mrs Geoi e Good
man is in charge of reservations
ArUn
MISS CAROl FRffDMAN
Hotel Adler Will
Open on Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard W'iedcr.
noted kosher hotel operators, have
closed their winter report at the
Martinique Hotel on Miami Beach
for the summer and are now
scheduled to open their summer
spa. the Hotel Adler. in Sharon
Springs, N V on Friday
Wieder said that "we expect a
banner season
The Adler Hotel is noted for its
sulphur baths, massages, and other
therapeutic treatments. Cuisine is
under I he strict supervision of
Rabbi Hersh Kohn S T.
Rep. Myers to Be ^
Speaker for
Retarded Tots
Rep. Kenneth Myers has oeen se-
lected as keynote speaker and in-
stalling officer by the Dad-^ Asso-
ciation for Retarded Children for
the group's installation dinner Sat-
urday at the new Evergladua Hotel
Roof.
Myers, who has been Cited for
his work in this field, will discuss
the possibility of additional legis-
lation to aid retarded children.
The 1966 officer* &*i in-
stalled are Charles L. Cruraton,
president; John W. Sauble *rs.
Howard Lang, vice pfMldafftS}
Mrs. Hannah Kahn, secrr-*ry;
Mrs. Anita Eickenbaum, -**-
urer.
New directors of the group are
Abiah A. Church. Mrs. Stuart
Widener and .Mrs. Gilbert Wunder-
lich. Holdover directors include
outgoing president. Mitchell |
Schwitzer, Mrs. Gilbert Blur-i, Mrs. '
F. H. Bowen. Mrs. David H Oobbs.
Ben Robert Drake, Sidney Kanter,
Dr. Samuel Lauer. John G. fosak.
Dr. William Nyhan. Mrs. Shirley
Srhekman, Dr. Carol Shea'. Dr.
DeForest Strunk. and Dr If. J.
Taylor.
Lois Goldstein
Confirmed Here
I us daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Goldstein. 1710 Bay Dr., was
confirmed at
"emple Fmanu-
II on May 25.
V luncheon at
he Fontaine-
leau Hotel fol-
owed the
oonj.
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da Fisher J
ir High, hi re

;irl saxophonist
in the school
will
spend the sum-
mer attending the L'nivi tj ol
Mexico in Monterej
LOIS
Students Divide
Charity Funds
The Combined Jewish Appeal of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion was again one of the recipients
of charitable funds distributed this
week by the Keren Ami Cot. oil of
the Religious School of Temple
Israel of Greater Miami.
In all. 19 local, national and in-
ternational agencies shared ;< the
close to $2,000 collected by the
Council this year from the weekly
offerings of the 900 student*.
The following agencies Were se-
lected after student research, de |
bate, and discussion: Combined
Jewish Appeal. United Fund, Re-
form Jewish Appeal, i-eo Baeck
School, Jewish Chautauqua Soc ty,
Association, American
.ri So. iety, American Jewish Arch-
Children's II IS'
Vouth Aliyah, Jewish \ l
Fund al Palsy, C \i!i
Slnp. Group Treatment H
-ii Family Sen ice, Nal I inal
i. me for Asthmatic c luUlren,
Ship-a-Box Program < rippled Chil-
dren's Society, and Jewish Braille
Institute ol America.
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NCCJ President to Arrive in Miami for
Meetings With South Florida Leaders
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ISTtRUNG BROWN
Dr. Sterling w. Brown, national
president of the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews, will
visit Miami Monday to meet with
business, civic, religion and gov-
ernmenl leaders of South Florida.
Dr. Brown, pho was installed as
Mil president last year, will be
guest of honor at a reception and
dinner the same evening in the
Terrace Room of the Dupont I'laza
Hotel.
C. Clyde Atkins, William C.
Gaither and Richard F. Wolf son.
co-chairmen of the Florida Re-
gion of NCCJ, will chair the
Monday session, scheduled for
6:30 p.m.
irman Heads Jewish National Fund
lage for Kennedy Forest Rites
Lehrman, spiritual
Fein pie Emanu-EI, will
the Jewish National
" to Israel, whii h
IC'nited States on June
inounced Wednesdaj,
Lehr n in will be
Ah:
ft i ii pie in, ah. Dr.
i man ol the .Ii
[ Fund Foundation, ami
fcwitz is chairman ol
item Region of the
will be one of the
?ant visits to Israel
ijty American Jewry,"
ten declared. "It is on
that Miami Jewry will
-In the dedication of
i F. Kennedy Forest on
I. It is anticipiated that for-
President Harry S. Truman,
president of the US Her-
H. Humphrey, U.S. Sen.
Kennedy, and U.S. Sup-
reme Court Justice Earl Warren
will participate in the cere-
monies.
Both Ii I h map ami Rabbi
Abramowitz will plaj important
parts in ti: ide celebration
Prior in the dedication of the
t, the Miami
\\ ill paj a '. isit io .' le ^mi, sister
"h nl (ii Miami, buill ami sup-
:ii ,i( u ry. To some
of the Miami visitors ii will he
their first look at their ss.ooo.ooo
undertaking in the rocky soil on
the Israeli-Jordanian border.
To the others in the group, they
will find roads, apartment build-
ings, and recreation centers that
weren'l there when they visited Is-
rael in 1862.
"\\'e have come a long way from
the dream ol Zev \V. Kogan. Miami
Beach attorney, who back in 19<>2
told friends he would not rest un-
til the settlement is completed and
on its own. Rabbi Abramowitz ex-
plained
Williams to Represent U. of Miami
ibrey/lJ^vers"LvCi2esS:
Ik1 : V
ersi1
prfjn i '
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upn i 'the II
Cerv
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,r. i, I'eni
California, whuh have
It : with the Hebrew
a special American-
lit} program.
Ion Lichter, incoming
Miami Beach Senioi
will speak at the 8
biii taking place in the
Hotel.
caving are Richard, son
Irs. Alex S. Friedman:
daughter of Mr, and
Iham Sussman: Linda,
}( Mr. and Mrs. Benja-
Suzy, daughter of Mr.
Abraham Mann: and
>f Mr. and Mrs. William
Jho will spend the 1966-
jrear at the Hebrew
in Jerusalem.
Mayer Abramowitz,
of the evening, whose
e, Temple Menorah, is
led by two of the stu-
cott Saulson and Rich-
tdman, has announced
organization will pre-
i of the young people
>ing-away gift as a token
community pride in their
acceptance into this group of
Ing coll* nc- gi '
throughout the United States."
to Jac
ent of I
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he Hen 'iv. "moii
125 At lerican stt di tits will spi rid
heir third year of i >;< the
Jerusalem campus this year in con
Irasl to less than no in 1965."
From the Southeastern United
States, an additional tour young
pi ople ill participate.
Former Hebrew Universitj stu-
dents now living In Greater Mi
ami. Harold Loss and Mel llechl.
will be present al the gathering
lo convey "their appreciation of
the importance of a year in Israel
at the Hebrew University."
Beach Elks Set
Flaq Day Rites
Miami Beach Elks Lodge will
hold i's annual Flag Day exercises
On Thursday evening, June 16. at
the clubhouse. 720 West Ave.
Metro Mayor "Chuck" Hall will
be guest speaker. Former Council-
man Maurice (Doc) Klein will be
chairman. Ten men from I he 13th
Regiment Artillery group, based at
Homestead Air liase. will be color
guard.
Judge Eugene J. Weiss is exalted
ruler of the lodge.
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THE
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Games Party
For Beach Moose
Miami Beach Moose Lodge will
hold i^ annual games part) al Hie
clubhouse, 16 18 Alton Rd., on Sat-
urda) evening, June 18
Proceeds will go toward the w el
fare fund and Mooseheart, the
club's home for the aged
il Chaiton and Albert Paul
are co chairmen Max Ri Ich i
enioi ol the lodge,
Frank J, Magrath, Florida di-
rector of the National Conference,
will report on NCCJ plans for the
forthcoming year.
An internationally known edu-
cator, minister and government
consultant. Dr. Brown has been
affiliated with the National Con-
ference for 23 years. He joined
the NCCJ in 1943 as associate di-
rector of the Central Region.
Since then. Dr. Brown has
achieved international renown as
a leader in intergroup education.
His 1945 work. "A Primer on In-
tergroup Relations," is considered
an authoritative and scholarly
source on the subject, and has
been translated into both French
and German,
His experience has ranged from
a pre war professorship at the Uni-
versity of Oklahoma, to chairman
of the religion department of
Drake University, to adviser on
roup relations for General
Lucius i). clay in postwar Ger-
many, from 1947 until 1949.
Since 1958, his energies in pri-
vate life have been taken up as
Chairman of the Board of Edu-
cation for the town of Wcston,
Conn., where he resides.
Dr. Brown graduated from
1 liristian Univi rsity with a
Bachelor ol Arts di gree in 1930
and a bachelor ol divinity in 1932.
He earned his doctorate in 1936
from the University ol Chicago.
Dr. Brown then taught religion
in the Southwest and Midwest for
seven years belore joining NCCJ.
He was professor of religion at the
University of Oklahoma trom 1936
to 194<). and became chairman of
the department of religion at
Drake University in 1940. serving
there until 1943.
He has written three books:
Changing Functions of Disciples'
Colleges" (1936), "Developing
Christian Personality" (1944).
and "Primer on Intergroup Rela-
tions" i1946 .
Kadimah Women
Install Officers
Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer
Women held installation of new
officers for 1966-67 at the Biscayne
Terrace Hotel last week.
Mrs Milton Green, Council pres-
ident, installed Meadames Fred
Sandier, president; William Sokol-
off. vice president; Celia Segal,
recording secretary; Samuel Spier,
coi responding secretary: Lillian
Cohen, treasurer; David Meitzer.
financial secretary.
Executive board are Mesdame*
David Bell. Elsa Kreutzer, Sam
Lipshitz. Louis Bobbins. Fannie
Strauss. Jacob Weiss and Samuel
Zollinger.
Cecille Warneck presented a
group of songs, accompanied by
Mrs William Sokoloff.
MRS. DAVID MILLtR
Mrs. Miller Heads
Women for Ch 2
Women for ( hannel Two." an
or anization for pub c relations
and genet al ip foi the i
munit) T Ii visi in Foundation, be-
gan its se< md s i ar with election
ol. ers al
a brunch in Juniors Restaurant.
.Mrs Dai id S. Miller is new pres-
ident of the group, succeeding Mrs
Jerri l'ollak. founder-president
Other oflicers include Mrs. Robert
Litov :l/, Mrs. Paul Warren, vice
presidents; Mrs. Alexander Kogan.
corresponding secretary; Mrs
Samuel Rabin, recording secret
ary; and Mrs. Fred Sheldon, trea-
surer.
The organization plans to conti-
nue its work of publicizing the pro
grams offered on Station WTHS-
TV during the after-school and
evening hours.
Interested women in the count)
may call any officer for informa-
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LEGAL NOTICB
kown above are members of the Temple Emanu-El Talmud Silverman. Standing are J. D. Premack, Rev. T. Shisgal, Michel
jcc-v Group which just concluded its third year of weekly Ferman, M. Zucker, Israel Allen, Sol Novit, David Freedman,
NOTICF OF INTTNTION
TO APPLY FOB
CHANCE OF N iMF.
Chancery No. 66C 5620
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,i hi- urflt-i In Hi. v.in.ij I
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Hi rtaj ..; July, I960, or ai nwiii there
... he heard, for an
rd.-r hnnKliuj hei name rront H.1015
:i.i/..\i:ktii ktikn. to MAi?T
ITKKN, by which name Bhe snail
hereafter he known.
Dated at Mtaml, Florida, 1 > srd
\ ui' June, A l> 198(1
MAZIK KI.I/.vriKTII fclTlBN
Pet Itloner
M48TKR Rl IOKRH
\i tot ne> for Petitioner
'.'. N IV. I lih Street
Miami, Florida
lt':'.-IO-17-,J4
it.ons. The class, conducted by Isaiah M. Adler, is an in-
to .-e study of the historical interpretation of the Talmud,
rf'ner with a comparison of Hebrew and common law. In
EL the American Association of Jewish Education voted
(-: Teacher of the Year." Seated are Jacob Mehlman,
[ Lichter, Nathan Gould, Rabbi Joseph Shapiro, Isaiah M.
lie:, Dr. Meyer Leff, Samuel Coploff, Nathan Hundred. M.
M. Zalev, Shamas Lerman, Max Katz, Samuel Liff. Last row
are David Linevsky. Sol Finkelstein, Ben Weiner, Rabbi Leon
Goldberger, Samuel Doctorov. Members of the class not shown
are I. Rudman, Max Amdur, Mrs. B. I. Davidson, Jacob Epstein.
Nathan Brilliant. H. S. Rosen. Benjamin Kostizky, Max
Elbaum.
1

Jfc. iiiiiii wJpil^WE iniirmed at Temple Menorah at the Shavuoth Festival serv-
es were standing (left to right) Edward Fisher, Kenneth
;gash, Robert Brozik, Steven Lelchuk, Richard Kimmel,
Scgy Glu"shcrkOw, Dahlia Abramowitz, Rabbi Mayer Abram-
/itz. Sharon Steckler, Daryl Field, Rand Carter, Ira Bregman,
Simon Cohen, Robert Sobie, Frank Tamen. Seated are Susan
Stein, Gail Kline, Janet Kratzer, Sherry Cheskes, Nora Sobie,
Dora Behar, Beatrice Klepach, Sara Gritz and Phyllis Potasch.
Confirmation class presented a cantata, "Chai Means Life,"
written by Rabbi Abramowitz.
NOTICE.BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH. JUDICrAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA ,1N AISD FOR pADE
COUNTY? IW CHANCERY
. No.. S5C 12*,.:j!.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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you an r(itli I I >' '
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i.fflp. t.f the Clerk U -i
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I'AI I KWITNKY
mill'
0-17-24 T 1
Sheehan Reports
Scs'es Increase
Moiels Are Refurbished
A $250,000 refurbishing and face-
Sheehan Buick of Miami one of Pai '' ting of the
he south's lar ime Buick ''"'
... reported an incn .... and < 1 teau in
. d-.n in new Pj?ted, for
the month ol
with May, 106 Ul
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
1: .- HUH KB1 ISIVKN
i|, III: > n I
FIN'S AND :
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.
job is now under way at 1 i
'RATION

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Miami
r
announcement by Bernie Berkow,
al sale-- :
The increase of 2 I is a
lirect reversal of the national
lownward trend for the
month ipi rti d
,;. Motors.
Star salt the month at
Sheehan is Ken who
first in ong the
u new car sal
this week by R
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an al Mi :

. pool, inter-
-rams and
'
|i ai B'riih Women, Flamingo Chapter, presents S25 U.S Sav-
Bonds and their names engraved on the Ted Robinson
Ballet and Music
rial Award Trophy to two seniors of Hialeah High lc,_r-p|. r[flCCPC
-hr.nl "fnr n,.iatnndina service durina i'neir hiqh school OUa7E;.ier W>Q
hcol "for outstanding service during '.heir high
ecus." Left to right are Mrs. Ted Robinson, founder president;
i Stephanie Allen Freundlich; Miss Elise G. Facto:, pres-
and Kenneth J. Plante.
Ol,
ituaries
tOSSMAN
IHH ABRAHAM M., II. th former
y\ .aUatl 4I< Slaj In Jef-
-.,.. .l.-di>-al Collefe Hoapltol. Mr-,
"...in. v^ho llvnl hi 871 SOth St..
- a former resident of Ph
.a. She wfis :t m.nib.N- uf the
OS HeM Camp and Pioneer Wom-
in addittpn to h. r hnaband, she
urvive4 hv iv son, l.?manijel; two
Much-.-rM. &ir.-. Haia Tucker ami
Rath RacMM; a .sist.T; two
*li< rs and fl\e irrandehllilren.
v .. -.re h.M at J. Levine anil
1 M. rn.-riaJ t.*|.. 1, rhllft'letphla.
li:h inUrment In Roosevelt M. n
I ark.
The Miami > ..tcry S;im-
mer School of Ballet and Music
began Monday a id run through
July 15.
In the Ballet Department,
graded classes v. ill be taupht daily.
Monday through Friday, from be-
ginners through professional, and
variations and supported adage i t
will be taughl in the advanced | QK0 OlTICe
Sisterhood Plans
Swir?-Dar?ce
1
II spo
I :
8:30 p.m.
The affi teatui
hand. food.
and pi '. foi best costumes.
Mrs chairman
of ihe fund on, is in charge of
reservations.
CIRCUIT COURT ELEVENTH

DAOE C i~ LA.
1 "67
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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17-34 7 1
JtTER, I.oui.s H.. 6-., of It3 Ru
died June [. Rlvt
' SI I. I'o. > 1 Uiuru. 72. of J3S7
II v.t di.-.l June I, Kit I I
' 'TEtN, -.'ru Ml 11 nn SO, rf <'
i.tiee Dr .ii.
'liarlotti '. 'i.l.
JMAN
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; i IN, V1 I
- H, l)i .. High-
Ml. .1 .V.
rraidi
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in New
-'-., Samuel. Sf, t U
classes. The beeinners classes will
be broken into tv.o age groups,
7 to 11, and teen to adults.
The Music Department offers
private training in piano, voice.
classical and popular, for children
and adults.
Studios are located at 5818 SW
73rd St., So. Miami; 8027 Biscayne
Blvd., and 473 NE 167th St., No.
Miami Beach.
> ili. ,1 May 31 !:
RUBIN, Mm, Klorence Sen
Riven ..!-.
ALENICK, Abraham, '" ''<'
169th st died May '''- Wvi r- Hh .
BROWN. lolph, IS. ol -"> '
.1...1 Maj il. ilmh.i..
GELLER, LoulB, 79, of 7333 Carlyle
v .. .; -. JO RtVi :
kouchel, Lillian, w, -f t ME ntth, violin, guitar and accordion, both
1 >i\. 11 1 Jiiii- s, rvii 9 hi -
u j.-n, i'.h.ii. Civ. rt,..'
Stafford, Jarnou. -I, died Jane '..
Services in Cwkafooaa, louga, XW
man.
JAFFEE. Jl.irry A.. 70. of 1J13 10th
si died lune 1 Riverside
SIEGEL. Max, 74, ..I 4810 PolK St..
Hollyu d, n,i, died June. J. Oor-
ALPERIN. Beth Ann.. 11-nn,nth-old
1 Mr .in 1 Mr* 81
.... s.v 19th died
;
GARrIN -EL, SW
, ii. ,1 Jun t! doi
, 1 SW
d J in.
A ve,,
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SOLOMON West
ALBERT.
Rd
RF SNICK. Ml
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SILVERS. Ann
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USY Leaders
Socials Slated
For Home Aux.
North Miami B. .'.liary.
Jewish Home for th ; is hav-
" tea
at the
10 NE 20th Ct., Or:
On Tuesday, June 21, at 12:3P
p.m the '-'.our is planning a straw
festival
.
6th Ave.
Rabbi Maurice Klein will install
the following USY officers during
Friday evening services at Titriple
] ith. Jacob:
President, Dianne Mohel; vice
presidents. Paula Gross, Bsther
Bisenman; secretary, Mina l'ort-
noy; treasurer, David Freundlich.
USY advisor i< Warren Schwartz,
and Mrs. Anne Greenberg Is vice
president of youth
The USY the Oneg
... es
CIRCUIT court, eleventh
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADfc COUNTY, FlA.
No. 66C 5962
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
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Vi,, V, m UMAIt PARRIHH,
.',, Mrs- F. ranimi.ik. 1 l"T First
Street, Lunetr, Malbama, are notified
>4 \-,,iir anatR t tt.
filed acalnst you
on P'alntlfl rn.v, QD ROH
VICHOUA8, 612 N tt IJth Ave.. Mi-
ami l" nil with Clerk
'......luly 15,
...... r w 111 be con-
:
DATKIl luin .'. ''
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M \i;.;iini'Ti: Kl:-ir. D.r*.
; 1r.17.21 t.'I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No -10*7.C
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