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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 17, 1966

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 17, 1966

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

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

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University of Florida
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"Jewish Floir idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
I Volume 39 Number 24
Miomi. Florida. June 17. 1966
Two Sections Price 20 ROCKEFELLER SUPPORTS HIM FOR NATIONAL TICKET
Javits Eyes GOP Nomination Brandeis U.
Grads Snub
Goldberg
By MAX LERNER
New York
When Nelson Rockefeller gave
Jack Javits his triple-brass prom-
support for the 1968 na-
tion."! ticket, Javits must have
bter. tempted to answer. "I did-
r! know you cared."
Ri ckefeller needs more than
i rvice support from the
Stati 's most formidable vote-
letti r in the governorship battle
,1 he is to survive against the
Kennedy choice to come.
What he told Javits and Gov.
ey the other night was that
'. Javits bleeds for him this year,
then in 1968 he will bleed for
Javits. and will deny Romney the
New York delegation unless Rom-
nej takes Javits as his running-
mate,
It is good chess board politics,
StN. IAVIJ5
the whole pir
played American style, which
means with few Byzantine nu-
ances. Whether it will work de-
pends upon how strongly Javits
believes that Rockefeller can give
him in victory what he would not
have anway from a Rockefeller
defeat that would leave the Sen-
ator the master of the New York
delegation.
Of course a Romney-Javits tick-
et would pit a Mormon and a Jew
against two Protestants, Johnson
and Humphrey, but in our trans
formed American climate we
shall possibly someday be run-
ning a Christian Scientist and a
Mexican-American against a Ba-
hai and a black Jew. America
isn't merely a pluralist society. It
is the polyglot dream in process
of coming true.
As Romney's rival for Repub-
lican front-runner position. Rich-
Continued on Page 6-A
House Defers Action on Pending
Bill to Honor Mississippi's Rankin
By Special Report
W'AI.THAM. MASS. What started as the 15th annual commence,
ment exercises here Sunday of Brandeis University turned out to He
an insult to a high-ranking U.S. ambassador.
Scheduled was the awarding of degrees to 334 undergraduates
and 158 graduate students, as well as the granting of honorary dere< l
to eight distinguished personalities.
But when U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Arthur GoMberg
arrived on campus, the fight was in the fire.
Tho Ambassador, one of President Johnson's right-hand men and
confidential advisors, who gave up his seat as an associate justice of
the United States Supreme Court when the President asked him to
take over Adlai Stevenson's post at the UN, arrived here to speak
before the Brandeis graduates on the need for freedom of expression
on college campuses and in government on the subject of Viet Nam.
Meanwhile. Brandeis students Sunday morning began distributing
Continued on Page 13-A
KOSYGIN VISIT
Peres Warns
Of Pro Red
Mideast Bloc
By Special Report
NEW YORK Shimon Peres,
H K former Israel Deputy Min-
ister of Defense and now general
secretary of the Rafi Party headed
r> David Ben-Gurion, warned here
si the impending establishment of i
a new pro Soviet bloc in the Middle
Ea-t as a result of the recent visit
bj Prime Minister Kosygin in
Egypt and the warm welcome in
Moscow extended to the Prime
Minister of Syria.
Peres, a prime negotiator of
United States and other Western
arms deals to Israel, asserted "that
the situation in the Middle East
has become more tense with the
Mation of the Cold War as
exemplified by the recent visit of
Continued on Page 10-A
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
House of Representatives was
forced this week to defer action
on a bill to honor the late Rep.
John E. Rankin, of Mississippi,
because three members objected
to inclusion of the measure on the
consent calendar, owing to the
Rankin legacy of religious and
racial prejudice.
The bill would have named a
new Veterans Hospital at Jackson,
Miss., for the Congressman who
frequently took the floor of the
House to vilify minority groups.
Rep. Seymour Halpern, New
York Republican and member of
the Committee on Veterans Af-
fairs, led the objections. He said
Congress would do "a grave in-
justice to name a Veterans Hos-
pital treating veterans of all
races and religions after a man
who often vilified American
Jews and Negroes, including
those serving in the armed
forces."
Rep. Halpern termed Rep. Ran-
kin "a notorious racist and anti-
Semite." Associating themselves
Continued on Page 10-A
HITS $1,587,492 THUS EAR
Federation Over Top;
Lipton Resumes Helm
The Combined Jewish Appeal of
1966 surged over the top by more
than $20,000, and Joseph M. Lip-
ton was reelected president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
on Saturday night as more than
500 community leaders and work
ers celebrated at the 28th annual
Israel Moves to Protect
Jerusalem as Capital City
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israels. Mr. Eban proposed also that all
Cabinet approved at its regular ] international gatherings and all
weekly meeting here Sunday a activities connected with interna-
proposal that contacts between tional events be held only in Jerus-
the Government and foreign en alem. He .said that he would also
voys in Israel must take nlace only, ask the Knesset I
in Jerusalem. The proposal was
made by Foreign Minister Abba
Eban In reporting to the Cabinet
on the need for "guarding the
status of Jerusalem as Israel's cap-
ital." Many of the embassies of
major nations, including those of
the United States. Britain and the
USSR, are located outside of Jerus-
alem, questioning the status of the
city as the capital.
meeting of Federation at the
tainebleau Hotel.
Fon
Jay 1. Kislak, general chairman
of the CJA, announced a final fig-
ure of $1,587,492 against a cam-
paign goal of $1,566,666.
It was the third straight year
in which CJA surpassed its goal.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, who served
UPTON
WFISS
as chairman of the 1966 cam-
paign cabinet, was general chair-
man of the 1964 and 1965 drives.
Continued on Page 2-A
any meetings of parliamentary
committees for sites outside the
capital
In approving the Foreign Min-
ister's proposals, the Cabinet
voted to establish a special com-
mittee to work out details for
guarding this city's status as the
capital. It was decided also that,
Continued on Page 8-A
Weiss Slated to Chair
'67 Combined Appeal
Milton Weiss. Miami Beach at
torney and president of Miami
Beach Federal Savings and Loan
Association, has been named chair
BROADENING PHILANTHROPIC BASE
U.S. Agenies Revise Makeup
NEW YORK (JTA) Two]
major American Jewish agencies
have revised their structures to I
broaden the base of American Jew-
sh philanthropic efforts for Jewish;
immigration and rehabilitation pro-
grams in Israel. The two are the
Jewish Agency for Israel, Inc.. and
the United Israel Appeal, principal
beneficiary of the annual United
Jewish Appeal campaign
The new body will be known as
the United Israel Appeal, Inc. and
Dewcy D. Stone is its newly elect-
ed chairman. It consists of a board
of trustees of 200 Jewish leaders.
Half were selected from names sug-
gested by 64 Jewish communities
throughout the United States. The
rest were designated by the Zionist
groups which founded the I "nitoil
Israel Appeal in 1925.
Stone outlined details of the
merger at a special meeting of
the new board of trustees. He
Continued on Page 7-A
man of tin- 1967 Combined Jewish
Appeal.
His selection was announced at
the victor) supper and dance of
CJA at the Pontainebleau Hotel
i>> Joseph M Lipton. president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
Lipton was reelected to a sec-
ond term as president of Federa-
tion, sponsor organization of the
CJA, at Saturday night's affair,
which served as the 28th annual
meeting of Federation.
Weiss served as associate chair-
man of the 1966 Combined Jewish
Appeal, which exceeded its goal of
Sl.566.666 Saturday night
Weiss is a member of the exec-
Continued on Page 5-A


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Lipton Reelected President
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and Loan Association, were Sam-
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LefflkSlSa lzsmediale .
past president: and Sidney Ansir..
Jud*e Irving Cypen. Leon Kaplan.
Dr. Ir.mg Lehrman and Milter.
Weiss, ice presidents.
Also elected were Sam BiarJc.
chairman of trustees; David P
Catsman. treasurer; Marshall S
Harri'.. associate treasurer: Nortor.
Pallot, <-ecretar>. and Harry B
Smith, associate secretary
Lipton, recipient of the Silver
Medallion Award for Brother-
hood of the National Conference
of Christians and Jew* in 1945,
represented Greater Miami on
last year's United Jewish Appeal
Survey Mission to Israel. A pres-
ident of Temple Emanu-EI. he is
n active leader in local, state
anti national savings and loan
organizations and numerous com-
munity organ nations.
In his ar.r.ual report. Upton U
nojr.c-d Federation plans for a
population study continuation of
the recently-inaugurated education
survey committee, implementation
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*Jen>isli Moria/if&n
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Members of the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami's ninth
vraduatinq class, the largest i:i the Academy's history.
left to light) are Alisa Geiqer, Sarah Glixman, Brian
nun Ahramcwitz, Jar. Post lud'th Malavskv ^en
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Cong. Pepper
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uisiana and Texas, plus
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ea am the rest of Florida.
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icludes Harry SchuWiner, chair-
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Mrs. Arthur Bassman; Mrs Reuben
Guberman. secretary treasurer:
Ainslee R. Ferdie. counselor.
Members of the executive com-
mittee include Moe Feingold. Bert
Brown, Fred Checkanow, Eli Hur-
wit/, Sam Nieberg, Ansel Witten-
stein, Mrs. Sam Kurland. George
Bernstein, Mrs. Henry Steinhauser.
Mrs. Ben Maker. Mrs Harry I'a-
j to. Sigmund Zilber. Mrs. Herman
Marks, Mrs. I. Sussman. Mrs. S.
Teper, Arthur Horwitz, Mrs. Rob-
ert I.itt, Mrs Newton Hofstader.
A new chapter, the first in Mi-
ami, for the B'nai B'rith Young
Adults, will receive a charter, ac-
cepted by president. Ray .lerso
slow.
Sigmund Zilber will be installed
Commerce Dep't.
Names Sussman
To Committee
Jerry Sussman. Miami Beach
hotel executive, has been appoint-
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John T. Connor to the depart-
ment's Travel Advisory Commit"
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The 50-man committee works
with the 1 nited States Travel Serv-
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United siates from abroad, and k
comprised of leading specialis in
tourist development from around
the nation.
Sussman is the first from the-
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Volume 39
Number 23
The Shock Of A
Would-be Slaying
la prorr.pt faction to '~e shooting
:: lames Meredith the America:-.
Je KB Comm:ttee knl wee.-: issued
c statement d which it warned dial
0a all c: white officialdom in
the Scut- respect lew and Drier
retaliatory violence from Negroes
Added me American te* i*h 3om-
rr.ee statement Tne miracle c:
non-retaliation can not ce k pected
ontinue trie Dcrtien"-^ -
Necze Is miitg Bun
The attack en Mere: -. was 3
shocking thing. We would 3rd ar.ly
n-s moved to suggest thai equal or.ol
respectable treatment far the Negro
DCS nothing whenever to SC with
-.-.6 Negro s patience and die fact
thai il may be wearing thtn We
would also ordinarily he .:.:. ned to
re.eve that in this the American
Jewish Committee stands with US in
rty accord.
3ut there is nothing srdinary
either about the attack :r. Mr. Mer-
. or the times in which it has
irrecL "or ell too long have we repeatedly
taken such a position. Indeed we have bee-.
writing about the decen- and only Amei
thing to do so far as the Negro is concerned
ever since the May 1354 Supreme Court ruling
:- desegregation and before tl
Unfortunately scrr.e Southern communit
ten fit to enter both into the spirit
c.-._ the letter of legal civil rights progress hem
time the Negro revolution moved cr.to the
American scene. Areas of Mississippi seerr. to
be among them. Hence r. := statement last
week, the American Jewish Committee could
cc r.o more than point to the sorely-fried Negro
patience which may, at sometime in the near
future, unless otherwise assuaged erupt ir.to
violent retaliation.
Ho Brief for Meredith
So far as Mr. Meredith is concerned, we
hold no brief for him personally. Mr. Meredith
during his University of Mississippi siege, was
an object of national and international atten-
tion. He received the personal interest of the
President of the United Stc-es the sympathetic
understanding and assistance of the U.S. At-
torney General, the support of National Guard
?r.d Armed Forces troops, and the warm-
hearted hope for his success of the majority
o: all decent-minded Americans
This was not only as o consequence of
redith's legal rights. It .cse sut c: -.he funda-
mental good-will of so many ct the nation's
citizens, regardless of race o: religion
In the face of his stunning victory won with
the comfort of his country Mr. Meredith be-
came a violently outspoken exponent cf mali-
cious racial anti-Americanism during his sub-
sequent travels abroad.
We can "explain" this sociologically, emo-
tionally and psychologically. 3ut those of us
who have long been involved in the battle
for human freedom do not necessarily have
tc like either the need to explain or Mr. Mer-
edith's unhappy militancy.
Two wrongs do not, however, make a right.
Mr. Meredith's ill-advised behavior does not
mitigate his shocking fate on the Mississippi
march last week. It doe* not make even one
iota better the equally anti-American behavior
in which the citizens of Mississippi participated
in his regard.
The American Jewish ee warning
anout "the miracle ( ition' is an apt
one. Where so r.
involved, the end c plosive
unless met-, gal c .
IwrHvOnOHU TRlcVTE 117 SHOtiM ALIUCHEJ4
Publishers Study Needs
The lathering o: tne American Jewish Press
in Washington was more than the occa^.
to: appearances and -alks by Preski
and Vice President Humphrey.
As igniheant as these v.-e:e In filling in
the publishers of America's English-language
Jewish newspapers on curre:.: ..- les
equally as importcnt were sessions during
which the publishers, themselves, took a long
hard lock at the American Jewish community
today and the Jewish news needs they cue
attempting to serve.
The English-language Jewish newspaper
has been performing a significant service to
Jews across the nation for many, many years
It feature; news cf Jewish interest neither :~zz-
fly available nor in depth in the general p
[1 ctfers a source of identification with Jewish
tradition end culture.
It reflects the historic view ct Jews a= z
religious continuum throughout the miller..-:
But none ot hi- suggests that Jewish com-
munity needs and predilections are not chang-
ing so tor us nws ;s concer-.ei r.-: thai
similar change is not taking place nationally
and internationally as the image of the Jew
evolves, particularly in the light c: ester. 1-
ment of the Stcte of Israel.
Neither does any cf this deny that as Ame:-
:. Jewry emerges out o: its immigrant bo
and becomes more .-. neouslv
identified with the general America:,
even prctounder changes than envisioned
today will net be in the ott
All of these possibilities were the substance
ot the talk -mono the publishers c: the five-day
convention c: the American Jewish Press Asi
ciaticn in Washington. It i the needs
studied tend to evolve, that the changes n ..1
subtly eppear to meet them. It will be the
American Jewish community that benefits from
them in the English-language Jewish press
serving it
Lef's Stop the Disguise
The U.S. is finally determined to do some-
thing about its annual dole to the United Na-
tions Relief Works Agency fcr Palestine P.et-
ugees. Washington supports the UN bodv to
the tune of some 70 percent cf its yearly budaet.
Up for review are refugees who have" been :e-
ceiving milil try training. New Washington -
ought to aet around to weeding -ut ic
deceased .- liose names still cropear on
roles. It's ahcut time Uncle So
Rrah exi
I huxnanitarianisi
during the week
... as i see il
THE WOMAN ...
orv she --
grv
art t
i-
1968
an-

- -aid,
by LEO MINDUN
- te simple.
'
:
.- a '.-:
a-c-:or. i,
profresg M -
I
how itur.. -
th a]
Then- .
. threst
thi-
I replied I merely reporter
the first stage in her campaign of
she declared I wanted to tell her she vss deslins wit
1st evaluations for which she had no betii :- bet "**
I find it arn^.r^ always People ca!: ar j
> mite column ed.t neuspsper. eatber f.atur- ?*
1} Und: they o-:er you the benefit of th- know!- "'
- they do not ha-e Would you dare tell a doctors eXpen
Sfnose a malad>* Would you caution e 0J!t
ture of the terrain before >ou finally permr -
ix his expertise? Would you define foi
- Rvestication and suggest reference boo,;.
ins of rendering ar. opinion"
Never mind- i |* .. -. : ...
rho lares to call and have im
U t

a--* al


u
lay for you because he is distracted or
f communal leadership anyone ar
to lo for you what the .
ba.liw:ck This : .: pose, tl
-
so. I listened to I
ability, inl
' a column the
and his current ways It is rot true
saj ;t s true""
m AMOUNTS TO THC SAMt THIHG'
QUITE SIMPLY." :
She prompt
i -- I her, "to find out if it's ti
ire >ou really interested
> himself Jewish -_ I. "He would
:-
nplj makes both I
ndiculou- : rem -
:' libelous, you I
' :- t I replj "Why an
for youra I
the Jewish c
We had arrived. I could fee!, it
it thn at -1 was are. I said, "that

Bjtjr has -
disturbed b) that ,
jue, too."
said "' ...

_q te" from the columi
Mar -j sorts ol I hjd not But I
Wait a
began to rea rroboran
v h^n it failed to

-
't* You're
eelared -
ate: Ive
i oo
the end. Bla
ribe its intent. 1 .
VklMtGlNlD SOUKCtS Of WISDOM
'THERE'S a frog in Judaaca' i m} cheeks
' -- I said, lo .keu up tc sun
' h ill : | ,- he! : >n\ reding to
"-': |ub tome boxed
shall
They'll get warts." the lut.
rsation "Bring the butterflj net. I commanded hii
{htforward comment He zazed at me .n antaz
"" "* I tbM -t we ised asi weel......
ection "We i di I '
led with tear- "He died in the
iber?"
>m Louis '
rxl Yea i -- What would Raphael IV.
'- a -Ha?"
er mind." I said 'Bring the butterfly :., :
-ird." he ann tui :
"No one would belie\e it." 1 said. "There is." n i
ed on him without a moment o: hesitation He -
-t -- varying onl) when it comes to describing I
tices his older brother commita against him. "It i
r torn, he >aid
1- :r^t the near hurricane, with the leaking roof and front i>r
that might lust a> well have -tood open for all the ia.:
Now a toad and a secord bird in as many weeks
"Do you like living in the country"" he said, looking at me
the butterfly net in his arms, a large hole smack in the middle
>: t Do you really like it?" Tots have unimagined sources M
Lorn.

NATU*t BILfAGUlKS US ALL
SOEVER MIND THAT now." I said. "Let's get the frOf."
at him. He hopped further down to some open cabinets ''
and records and nestled in among 'ter Straus
1 charged .adding bravely: "He's ri;4ht then.'
Ol hysteria the little boy would do SOmetfa
l-.ere in beti \ Ine' and 'Elektra h
the little boy about my coordinates
Cortinutd on P9 6-A


Friday. June 17, 1966
vJkwist fhtradfiratn
Page 5-A
the Miami Beach Javcees. and ;. numerous other civic organiza
member of the Civic League oi Mrs. Weiss is ihc formei C
Miami Beach. During his tenuri \lexander, a graduate of th
as exalted ruler of the Miai rersity of Miami and
Beach Elks in 1961, the cluf paid ounty school '
ofi its indebtedness on its bu ve two da
of Phildi Iphia
\\ eiss i i a member of Ten | '. i
Beth Sholom, B'nai B'rith, i I 5811 Vlton Rd.
Rabbi and Mrs. Sol Landau are shown with
Beth David Special Award winners. Right of
Mrs. Landau are Toni Feinberg and Joel Fried-
man, recipients of the Lillian Ratner Awards
icr scholarship; Shelley Lipson, who received
the Rabbi Ezekial Landau Award for scholar-
ship; and Mrs. Nathan Glover, who presented
the award in memory of the late Rabbi Ezekiel
Landau, her father, at the Award Assembly
here recently.
Weiss to Chair '67 Appeal
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utlve committee of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, and has
recently been elected a vice pres-
ident of the organization.
He has served as legal counsel
for Miami Beach Federal since it
went into business with charter
No. 2 from the Federal Home Loan
Bank Board.
In 1957, his connection with Mi
i'.mi Beach Federal was broadened
when he was elected Jan. 21 of
that year to the board of directors,
and also was named a vice pres-
ident.
Born in Brooklyn on February
13, 1913, Weiss came to Miami
Beach in 1920, and attended the
city's public schools before enter-
ing the University of Miami.
At the university, he was
elected chief of the Iron Arrow,
highest scholastic and achieve-
ment fraternity on the campus.
During his legal studies he was
elected president of the Law
School.
Throughout his career, he has
devoted much of his time and en-
t rgy to civic and community af-
fairs, a rather natural course for
him, since his mother. Mrs. Rose
Weiss, gained the popular and af-
fectionate title of "Mother of Mi-
ami Beach" because of her many
civic and community enterprises.
At the age of 81, she is a Miami
Beach resident, and continues
some of her affiliations and
activities.
Weiss, at the age of 28. was
elected to the Dade County Board
of Public Instruction, and was the
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Peshkin Chapter of Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital will hold its installation
1 dinner dance on Saturday, 6:30
p.m., at the Viking Restaurant, 1150
No. Federal Hwy.. Dania. Circuit
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the new officers.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Phone It 1-3595
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youngest person ever serving on
that board. At the age of 30. as
chairman of the board, he was in-
strumental in achieving construc-
tion of the Nautilus Junior High
School in Miami Beach.
He was a member of the three-
man Marine Advisory Board
which rewrote the city's water-
front ordinances, prompting a
marked rise in water safety. He
has participated in procurement
and safety control of numerous
water carnivals, "Aquacades,"
and other marine enterprises.
Among his many club and or
sanitation affiliations, he is a past
^resident of the Miami Beach Ki-
wanis Club, a former member of
the board of governors of the
Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce, one of the organizers of
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Fr.ccy. Iub, -
Javits Eyes GOP Nomination
Continued from Pago 1-A
ard Nixon raises an inter-. -
iencea He
in the 1960 rose
from the dead to die aga
rnia in 1962. rose a second
time from 'he dead to die against
Goldwater in 1964
Can he rise from the dead once
more in 1968. a three time Laz-
M> answer is no. partiv
because he llkul Hi I mil Freud's
latter-day theory tha death i
rart of life and always triumph-,
but mainly because 1968 is
breathirs down his neck, and the
. a. bearl will not have been
perfected by that I
It would be hard to find a pair
lM po'ilically-
comraitted than Nixon and Roni-
ur John Lind-
say is I : '. -*3"p '.if
local amateurism extricate him-

heat of
. ...
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60V. ffOCKFFfUfl
triple-brass support
ricans are not fearful of
jMftj -i factional
the -: nthetic.
etj has
ed hi
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ter hi
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THE WEEK... US I SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
- but staring the frog dot ril stei I
peati the stuff t |uirt
lem." He -.-. full of information. I
fact and myth, thinking warml
tpronunciai Will he drown in the poi I. I hi -aid
"I ho .....e little boj began to cry- "Thi
hi of 'he lesl 'fa
or. the birds, the ii hurled the net The frog
.. vn to read
a Incredibl> bad 1
The -- ed toward the floo
the pal a haul I
behind
ti
. the inn.. ...
ng
firmly. "I don't iki
i
e. "It's not
the sun after
I
"ai
more dan
ou-
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gem
threat to Jew isl at fancy
ire. partii
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led by the current Kennedy
Humphrey ir Kennedy-Johnson
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Democratic party, cropping to the
surface in the primaries but vol-
canic far beneath I don't recog
ruze any .ested interests in lead
ership. tsprrlaiij in a crisis time
American democracy doesn't al-
low for any untouchables, un-
bjMSJuMes, or immo\ables in the
scats of the mighty. Eight now
Kennedy is in the groove, with
everything fatal right for him
If he can displace either Johnson
or Humphrey, in 1968 or 1972.
he will be performing a consid-
erable feat of political virtuosity
But he will have to do it not just
by charm or style, but by sen-
erating a passion which releases
the springs of belief amor.
people.
Lyndon Johnson, of all people,
know thi> With stubborn
ke the 1
- been bullii -
the currei I S
crisis, and plan
. it of l
kely that
- ..
York and Calil
I
it
As for Humpl

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He ho- thi
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(American Jewish Philanthropic
Agencies Revise Their Structure
Continued from Pag* 1-A
recalled that the UIA was set
up more than 40 years ago to
help finance immigration and re-
settlement of Jewish pioneers in
Palestine and to support efforts
to build a Jewish National Home
there. This goal was attained
with establishment of Israel in
1948. After that UIA funds
which, sine* 1939, have been
obtained from the annual UJA
campaigns, became the largest
single philanthropic source to
help finance the reception and
rehabilitation of more than 1,- .
250,050 newcomers to Israel in ,
18 yfdrs of statehood.
I he Jewish Agency for Israel,
(ik was set u|> in I960 to allocate!
Funds from the UIA for specifically '
designated philanthropic activities
in Israel. Stone said that in effect
ing consolidation of the two oryan-1
rations, the uoal was not only to
\;et more operating efficiency. He
said the 1,250.000 lows "we helped
lo bring to Israel" represented "a
unique testimotn to Jewish sur
lival and Jewish self help hut the
job is far from complete." Me said
Ihere were still many thousands;
Jews needing resettlement 'and
this too is our responsibility."
lie .-aid the merger would enable
lie giving of recognition to the
pp concern of contributors for
Ihe "continued adequate and effec-
tive functioning" oi Ihe programs
ind "offer full scope for the par-
ticipation and involvement of all
.sectors of American Jewry." As
long as any Jew has the right to1
(iinie to Israel and get help in
resettlement "simply because he
is a Jew." he said, every American
Jew should considei it his respon-
sibility to contribute because he
loo Is a Jew
Gottlieb Hammer, United Is-
rael Appeal, Inc. executive vice
president, said that during the
' past six years more than 275,000
persons had been aided with
resettlement and rehabilitation
services involving total Amer-
ican contributions of $190,-
800,000.
He listed $54 774.000 for trans
portalion and related activities.
S37,104,000 for reception and ini
lial absorption; $44,113,000 for re
settlement in agricultural commun
ities; $29,916,000 for immi jranl
housing; $9,000,000 for youth care
and training; 88.839.00 for higher
education and related activities.
The balance was -pent on admin-
istrative services
Or. Emanuel Neumann, member
oi the Jewish Agency executive
noted that the LIA had served to
unify Zionist fund-raising efforts
md later to pave the way for in-
creasing participation of non-Zion-
ist elements. He said also that in
joining with the Joint Distribu
lion Committee in establishing the
UJA, the UIA bee une a partner in
creating "the mo-' comprehensive
i-jnd constructive agency in Amor
v .can Jewish life "
Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman,
UJA executive vice chairman,
said th* UJA campaign was mov-
ing steadily upward. He said
receipts in 1965 were $3,00,000
ahead of 1964 and that there
were good chances for a substan-
tial further increase in 1966.
living Kane, chairman of the
Overseas Services Committee of
tin- Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds, expressed grat-
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said was worked out in clo-,- co-
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Friday, June 17, 1966
Peres Warns of Pro-Red Mideast Bloc
Continued from Page 1 A
.wet Prime Minister Kosygin in
At the tame time the Israeli
-eader emphasized that the Rus-
. ian attitude towards Israel b#-
-.ame cooler and that "the-new
hasp of the Cold War is bound
o bring about a build-up of arms
end tension in the Middle East
n the near future."
Arriving here June 8 on a ten-
iy visit under the auspices of the
I innist organization of America,
spoke at a nress conference at
e Hotel Delmonico.
Jacques lorczyner. president of
e Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, announced at the conference
that Peres" visit to this country is
being made as part of the ZOA
program to present its nationwide
members top leaders of all Israeli
political parties so as to acquaint
them with the varied political
trends in the Jewish State, al-
though "the ZOA is not identified
with any political party in Israel "'
In his statement. I*cres dwelt on
what he termed "the second phase
of the building of the State of
Israel that of consolidating
political and economic institutions
to achieve a greater measure of
independence."' He pointed out
that a new generation is emerging
on the political scene in Israel, a
generation that attained its ma-
turity with the State of Israel."
The Israeli leader voiced the opin-
ion that "we are in a period of!
transition and reappraisal that'
may give an outward impression'
of confusion.
"I believe."' he said, "that the
younger generation in many coun-
tries (including Israeli is a gen-
eration of Dialogue, rather than
one of rigid ideology. There is a
widespread desire in Israel today
to talk over anew principles and
methods, not only among Israelis
but also with our fellow Jews
abroad. It is with this in mind that <
I accepted the invitation of the
ZOA to visit the United States
Jacques Torej-yner. president of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
Rankin Memorial Action Deferred
Continued from /'age 1-A
th the objections of Rep. Halpern
ere Hep- William Fitts Ryan and
teodore Kupferman, also of New
oik I'nder the rules of the
itise .1 measure may be stricken
om the consent calendar by three
ilection- This move will defer
turn or kill entirely that portion
the legislation pertaining to
p. Rankin
The American Jewish Congress
lied mi the House of Representa-
ecl the proposal
Howard M. Squadron of Me*
i k. a ice president of the na-
inal Jewish body and chairman
its Commission on Law and So-
aj Action, termed the former
ississij | < ongressman "one of
< most vicious apostles of hatred
ei to hold public office He
dared
"It would be shocking if a gov-
nment facility open to veterans
all races and religions were to
named for a man whose hatred
r Jews and Negroes was so in-
nse .ind so notorious as to have
come ;i veritable fetish "
Squadron made the Congress'
ews known in a letter to House
aker John \v McCormack.
In his letter. Squadron quoted
cerpts from the late Mississippi
tngressman's remarks as they
ipeared in the Congressional
i -cord.
Squadron declared: "On Feb-
uary 10, 1950, Rep. Rankin re-
peated a favorite falsehood of
he Nazis that 'Communism is
iddish' and referred to Solicitor
General Philtp Perlman as 'our
"iddish Solicitor General.'
On February 15. 1051. Rep.
j ankin demanded the removal of
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all alien portraits from the walls
of the House of Representatives,
including the ghastly figure of
Maimonides who is said to have
been a Jewish rabbi in Egypt about
900 years ago." Maimonides. a re-
vered Jewish teacher, was a physi-
cian to the Spanish court during
the 12th Century.
Squadron in his letter also cited
a -March 11. 1952 floor speech in
which the late Mississippi Repre-
sentative declared that "every
member of the Politburo around
Stalin is either Yiddish or married
to one "'
Squadron also noted that on
February 4, 1948, Mr. Rankin
referred repeatedly to "Negro
Brutes" in testifying on pending
anti-lynching bills before a
House Judiciary subcommittee
and said that "slavery was the
greatest blessing the Negro, up
to that time, ever knew."
Noting that the House Veterans
Affairs Committee has approved
a hill authorizing naming the vet-
eran's hospital for Mr. Rankin. the
American Jewish Congress leader
said that if the bill passed, "some-
one at the Veteran's Administra-
tion will have the painful duty of
deciding which of Mr. Rankin's
remarks should be carved into the
-tones of the new hospital."
Young Marrieds
Plan Picnic
Newly formed Young Married
Couples Group is planning an all
day picnic at Matheson Hammock
on Sunday. June 26
Michael Clem, chairman, invites
young married couples. 30 years of
age and under, to join in the day's
outing. Temple affiliation is not
necessary.
Each family is asked to bring
its own food and athletic equip-
ment. They will meet at the ent-
rance to the park, where directions
will be given for the get-together
ica. announced that Peres' visit to
this country is part of the ZOA
program "to present to its nation
wide members top leaders of all
Israeli political parties so as to
acquaint them with the varied pol
itical trends in the Jewish State."
He emphasized that "the ZOA
is not identified with any polit-
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the framework of the Zionist
movement we are aligned with
those men and women who share
our concept of the unity of Jew-
ish peoplehood and Jewish sur-
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Torc/yner further said: "The'
ZOA is particularly gratified with
having invited Mr Shimon Peres
as its guest as he represents the
younger generation of Israeli lead-
ership. Plans tor Mr. Peres visits'
to major communities envisage his
meeting many young men and
women within the ranks of the
ZOA with a view to establishing
closer links between our younger
generation and Israel. In this con-
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that "the most important problem!
facing the Jewish pt-nple today is i
the danger of a wall of isolation
between Israel and the Jewish
eommunit\ in the rest of the
world
Torc/yner announced that dur-
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its guests a number of other repre-
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organizations both here and in h
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of S. Z. Abramov. M.K., a leader
of the Liberal Party in Israel anrt
chairman of the America-Israel
Friendship League.
Tormner also announced that
during^his stay in this country
Peres will "help us in the project
for the establishment of the Email
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Rabbi Reacts to Viet Nam
By RABBI LEON KRONISH
Temple Beth Sholom
The first National (nterreligious
Conference on Peace in the
United States came almost as a
consequence of our recognition
nf the need for more intendi
ous dialogue that would harness
our indivdual religious pro-
nouncements for peace into a
common concern for the pres-
ervation of this planet. Rnhhi
Maurice Eisendrath. of the Union
>f American Hebrew Congrega-
tions; Dr. Dana McLean Greeley,
of the Unitarian Universal Asso-
ciation; Roman Catholic Bishop
John Wright, of Pittsburgh:
Methodist Bishop John Wessley
lx>rd. of Washington; Presiding
Hi>hop John E. Heinz, of the
Episcopal Church: and Arch-
bishop Iakovos. prelate of the
Greek Orthodox Church of North
and South America, called to
gether this first national confer-
ence in our nation's capital in
March.
Wo More Despair
And the hope of those who
summoned the conference was
hat it would lead ultimately to
.in Ecumenical convocation on a
world scale thai would echo the
pleas for peace ni Pope John and
Pope Paul: "No mine war. no
more war!"
I was one of 500 clergymen
who went to Washington, and we
represented a cross-section of the
major religious denominations on
1he American scene. We were
Greek Orthodox. Roman Catholic,
Unitarian Universalists, church
of Christ, Fellowship of Recon-
ciliation, Methodist, Episcopalian,
Presbyterian, Lutheran, and Con-
servative and Reform Jews.
I was lifted out of the valley
>i despair by the Ecumenical con-
cern thai embraced us in the
name of peace I have never met
such bright articulate passionate
church people. It was thrilling to
be in the presence ol Roman
Catholic priests and nuns who
had Ief1 Iheir usual parochial hah
tats to search iili other religion-
ists for an end to violent military
as a way of resolving our
problems I heard Catholic priests
and nuns say that negotiations
with Communists had to replace
unilateral military force if we
RABBI KRONISH
/ '' '' .....i widely-debated issues ,.| the
Ami ncun participation in id, \ id
Vim struggle Here Rubbi Leon Kromsh, spir-
:...... leader / leinple Beth Sliolom, offers a
' Icadei s i \ew o\ die problem. Rabbi
i/i is president i/ the South Florida Council
An ca Jeu isli Cotign a a id a national
li in o/ the organiMtion. LociIIy he is
lairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization and honorary chairman of the
terael Hutadrut C >mmitte
mean lo preserve life on this
earth!
And we had something specific-
ally to say about Viet Nam. "Ever
mindful of the important formal
statements of the war in Viet
Nam which have been made sep-
arately and recently by Pope
Paul, by the Synagogue Council
of America, by the National
( ouncil of Churches, by the
World Council of Churches, and
bj other official groups, deeply
concerned bj the continuing and
increasingly (ragic consequi i i
of that war, keenly sensitive lo
the moral i~ ucs in' olve 1 in this
entire sad situation, and
ally in Ihc consequential I
of many lives ol inn ci i I
ians, and fully aware (hat the
matter is complex and intense
and solutions are not easy, we do
request and authorize the co-
chairmen of this conference to
ask a number ol other major
leaders ol American religious
bodies to join with them and to
gether to seek a personal con
ference to ask a number of other
major leaders of American re
ligious bodies to join with them
and together to seek a personal
conference with (he President at
the White House for the purpose
of respectfully urging upon the
President thai he:
Recommendations
l 'onsider t h< immediate hall
to the bombing in Viol Nam.
2. Announce the readiness of
the s to join ,:i a ceasi
oi in nning
Good Fridaj... no con-
tinuation oi (he buildup on eiihi r
side.
.'!. Pursue ever> possible a> e-
ntic. includ the
THERE IS^^J^**--^
ONLY
ONE
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favorable circumstances
which negotiations can
more
under
begin,
4. Adhere steadfastly to the
principle that there cannot be a
satisfactory military solution to
this problem, and until a nego-
tiated settlement Is achieved, not
lo permit a change in the char-
acter of the conflict through mil-
itary escalation,
5. Agree to the direct repre-
sentation in the .National Libera-
tion 1 ront as well as the other
concci ned parties in an) lie 10
tiations,
ti Maintain a determination to
promote soei; I and economic
ge and progress in South
\ ict Nam and to provide the
people of that land an opportun
ity at an early date to choose
their own government,
7. Continue providing recon
-t met ion assistance and long-
range economic development
funds for Southeast Asia and
8. Direct that high priority be
placed in Viet Nam upon patient,
persistent peace-building pro-,
grams, to overcome the dehuman-
izing and brutalizing effect, es-
pecially upon youth, of the
twenty-year war.
We ask the co-chairmen of this
conference to continue the Na
tional [nterreligious Conference
on Peace Committee to explore
the possibilities for calin
World (nterreligious Conference
on Peace in 1967, encompas ii -
participation of all the world's
religious traditions
Further Requests
We request the Synagogue
Council of America, the National
i ouncil of Churches, the Nation
al Catholic Welfare Conference,
and the other religious bodies
jointl\ to join us in our call for
a National Conference on Relig
ion and Peace, along the lines oi
the earlier National Conference
on Religii n and Race.
We urge all religious, inter
religious, and communit) groups
to intensify their work for peace
We recommend regional and local
interreligious conferences.
one final word. What business
does religion have with interna-
tional relations'' Listen to one of
America's leading Protestants,
John Bennett, president of the
Union Theological Seminary:
"Underlining all else that we
may say or do here is the Biblical
faith that God is the Lord of our
nation and of all nations.
"All nations are under the
judgment and providence and
mercy of Cod." This is the lirst
premise of our common Biblical
faith and the second premise is
the continuing commandment to
use our power to deliver God's
people everywhere from poverty
and hunger, from humiliation
and oppression, from anarchy
and war."
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* Jemisti fkrikfk* 1
Trid;
'{ June 17 ]Ojj|}
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Great Impact of Moses9 Personality
BY RABBI SOL LANDAU
B*h David Synagogue
IK
l
M ? y upon the spir-
i I and physical body organism
i the Jewish peopli rhe question
hti .1 gh en generation pro-
t!'.,iv the leader it needs, of
whether the leader shapes his gen-
eration, is easily determined with
reference to tht
age of the Ex-
odus. Moses is
the reluctant
head of his peo-
ple, yet follows


efon
i
his SI
i thi exp rience of this
li r for !. I his
condary leadership i del
to oust him and gathered even
Sroup of malcontents around them
Typical Demagogue
Like a typical demagogue. Kor-
ach appeals to the special interest
and the low instincts of the
people, particularly to their prej-
udices and jealousies He and his
cohorts. 250 of the elect men of
the assembly, men of reknown."
>>" :(.-' ; n 1 :> ho"> ll
throu h i ,' me atte y h<
'i he ertire cot sregation i
j" the Lord i i h theii
With what rveht therefore
>u la* e it up in j ourselves to
>t yourselves up above the con-
tion of the Lord""
wilt Thou be ui
with all the congregation?"
Easy Victim
u '

i
i
I

The rebels do not attempt to
ieny the achievements of-Mojar-.
b'K accuse him of despotism,
which finds him totallv unpre-
pared, and -**he fell upon his face."'
Yet like the unique leader he was.
he immediately stands up to this
rinei| It-

This historic episode drat
ally shows that :i people that is
uninformed and consequently not
motivated to the cause its lea m
represents is an easy victim for a
demagogue. Every election ram
paign shows such methods of emo
tional appeal and destruction of
terms employed, which are de-
signed to win the votes of con-
fused people. People who are un-
new and extreme test and calls committed are undisciplined and I perate need of Leadei
upon God himself for a decision easily swayed by demagogues. the Jewish coma it> dej |
At the same time, he continues to Moses himself enunciated to Is- in this generati if some ol the
intervene on behalf of his misled rael the God-given right of oppo- most creative of ts eopli II pugh
the divine call to twist the notion of the Kingdom and misguided people: "shall one son and e\en rebellion to tyranny, the holocaust, e e more si Hi
but only if it '.-
moral and eth
derive from Go
itseif is define
requiring 'able ich >.
God. men of ti
gain "
The world at It .
I
i -
guide them to
the promised
land, to their co\
enanted task
We would ex-
febbi Landau P*t people who
have such a
leader to feel appreciative and to
U eager not only to give him
support but to lavish affection
upon him. How sobering if not
shocking to read in the biblical
account the real facts. Moses',
Ptople offered resistance and op-
position to him at every step.
They could not "risk" leaving
Egypt, complained and murmered
at every' point of difficulty. They
showed their total lack of com-
prehension of his teaching around
TQe/i
\cjiei4S
&
ervtces
J his LUeekend
ever, it can only c i tie to thi fore
when the peopL- who know thtii
cause, believe in ind an
yes. feel impelled i sero it
la the real chalk ;e for thi I
dom of Priests "
Hvitl.
lOUDATH ACHIM. Lctlrdy
6305 Collins Ave Orthodox.
Pi Iday '.: '. p.m -'..: r .,> 8:1
Mln !', SO i m
lOUDATH ISRAEL. 78C1 Canyie Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever
: >.... i MltlVah
Ja>, i I Mi nd Mi Fri I Ossit
p.m.
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION Kfl 'AH
\HAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave Oninodox
Cantor Morns Barr.
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ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Emanuel Kuehelwitj.
president.
him DAVID. 262S SW 3rd Ave. Con.
servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W. Lioson.
Prldfc> 6 p.m. Saturda) ( avn <-r- (
HEBREW LESSON
niis;
o^tprra %m inr ts-io
fh
wati Dnaain arvftta
TV t : T
TT T-T T rT-~
r i i .,'- t T t t
."risn
*)rii*3 niD'n ni:sn rns
Ttarrian irn -nb*?^ ^Tra
insen "ran Titian
j\iv*np ,moQi tdptis = -= t t : ,
nv-i^n n*nss-\ -i-iw i*
rriana
{JVtejrpl
XTVW
"t \ :
nuai1? iva nvnt*
T ~ T ~ '';-.
isin r^n ira1?
rminn nnso1?
T 1 -
,n-oian
3ETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho
oou Rabbi Solomon Sctvff
FYlda) 6 4"- p.m ^Htun .^ S;30 s.n
St-rmun: "Commit menl lo Faith B
Mttsvah: Alan. M>n < lurael Kucsynakl
SETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
dc Rabbi Berel Wein.
Fnda) 6 p m. Saturday m. Sc-r-
mon: 'Rebellion or K-
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>ETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
---
IETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben.An
s^.Turdav S:4fi a.m .*irmiti: "fSvtryoni
is an AinhorUy." : p.m Por.lon of
I-v. 6 p.m, we LKirp Power."
IETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13J0 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Richard Marcovita. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes
i Prtda) S:13 p.m. Quest speaker, Mart>
Mai rin. iiinifaalliiii ppatdent. Topic:
eptanee Speech as Prenidenl for
fit- racond Toar." muf sfhxbbal
li"-tt (1 by SMsterhood Saturday I'
Bermon "Portion of th<- Week
------
BETH TFILAM. 935 Euclid Ave Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov>ky

3ETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. P..M Max Lip-
cob Renzer.
aturda> v 4".
. son cf Mi
M !: t Ai Ina; Uai in of Mr
and Mrs. Arthur Baer; Alan, oi
Mr .mrl Mis H> man Lipiln Mln
p 'i Ba< Mitavah: Mli hni s
Mr. and Mrs I^.uls Mar.l.r
The earth cleaves asunder and swallows
assembly
up i ah and ti>
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T
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...L-,._ I schitz. Cantor Jai
,|l (jgf) I PVIday 5:4S |..m St
Bar Miizv ah. Oar}.
nn ;nvm:ax
t t:
trp"n i*"*an3
.nrtioi nianin
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D'oaoai D*-nrr
t : :
iripa in^a -riia .o-nioo-n
T' : T T -. : T
nni rvsr\) r\m^ n*3n
d TiD^cgi ."wan nspna
niniaa nit&v1 ;D,*^r|^, D,l?ap
-msiK *?3a ayaa ns:n
jrwr miann ana a^iyn
I 1 V T T t
vd1** n-nas n-na rKiina)
.fcrjvr rwa")r6 ri-Di ]-\%\
,D"iiar| D'oija D*a*iiy ixrn
""V^hj -v^jk D*anri^a ana
*?a -2a ^as *b?:ki rrta
sfitmi
nfran -na^a; ba-n- up rxa
a1? nx ^tra'? a^ani n^mnn | [gj
.min n3nx^ amn i.ssn
pjix tnri'n B^pnin nnx
^x-i3i D'ans as niapx
m^iDian rrvssm .BTinn
T Itlt n:
*7viDi?n-n rrm x-n irivs
H3 ,min nnatp ^xxiaa
T : t :
aiai-iqxn o-aafa tDppht.1
ra .t^x 6o,ooo-a n^ya1?
B'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 1F3rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF Ml-
- AMI. 1242 Washington Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Dov Rorenrweig.
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FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
PI. Conservative. Rabbi Oavid Ros-
nfeld. rntor George Goldberg.
Friday 6:30 p.m. Sermon: "Portion ,
k Saturday i m Mlncha
"'And the earth opened her mouth, and swallowed then uj
and all the men that appertained unto Koran." iNumb II .
KORAH Korah. son of I/har. and Dathan an. ibiram -i nt
of Eliab. led a rebellion of 250 men who refused to accept th(
leadership of Moses and Aaron. Moses tried in va: i > persui.dt
them that all was being done according to God's will Finally,
God Himself acted.
"And it came to pass that the ground did C save asur.dtr
that was under them. And the earth opened her mouih and >wi.;
lowed them up and their households, and all the men thai
appertained unto Korah. and all their goods. So thej wtr.t
down alive into the pit; and the earth closed upon t tent, and thtv
perished from among the assembly And fi cami forth
from the Lord and devoured the two hundred a : fifty mei
(Numb. 16. 31-35).
To prove that Aaron had indeed betn chosen >d for hi*
priestly function. Moses instructed every tribe to ilace it- :i<
near the Ark of the Covenant; miraculousK. Aaror. .rod sprouted.
Thus ended the controversy over tht priestbooo "he portic.
proceeds to describe the various emoluments tha the priest*
and Lcvites received.
Thi* recounting of fha Weekly Portlor of the Law it *
traded and bated upon "Tha Graphic History of Hie Jew i
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, SIS Publisher if
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William $*., Ni
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the voiurr.*
is Joseph Schlang.
FT. LAUDERDALE JEWISH CEN-
TER. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Conservative. Chants Dickson. pres-
ident. Dr. Jack L. Morris, cantor.
----
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801
B. Andrew* Ave. Reform Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome
Klement.
HALLANDALE JEWISH
126 E. Hallandale Beach
Paul Deutsch.
CENTER.
Blvd. Rev.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
das ''" P ''* -"-a1 u day :30
s,: in- n "Honor li Wonderful. ,; m
..--.> itl Tallin:,I and i.t I .' '1 111.
I'.ilh, -
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LUBAVITCHER MiNYAN. 800 Wash
ngton Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abra-
ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Fiald.
---- ---
MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3/37 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
e
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
Saturday k:30 a.m Sermon: "Sabbath
and the New Moon." Mlncha S:I3 p.m
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SEPHARDIC JEW.SH CENTER. 845
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah
mlaa.
Ave. Libcal. Ral)l>i Leon Ki
Canter David Cofiviaer
l-'l c!.,> | 111
TEMPLE BETH TOV
St. Conservative.
S43* S nr.
A Religious Spiritual Center
In Jerusalem
came to the Hakafot were the chief
rabbis, government ministers, the |
Hechal Shlomo in Jerusalem was j diplomatic corps, etc.
built to be the home of the Chief! One of the most beautiful cor-
Rabbinate, the Rabbinical High!
Court, the Central Torah Library
aid Museum of Religious Requi-
sites.
Here rabbis and thinkers meet.
;i-d here are held mass confer-
ences in yrKjjjfi touijUyiViia and
working people and members of
all the communities participate.
Since Hechal Shlomo was estab
Ijshed, tln'isJTryWnraie his looked
i v..-, s ol ttractii the publii
. ..ih One
ol the ways tl ation
of popular tivals
New pular
that of the Ha
i- termination of Simchat Torah
li ...... era iia\ e
the important personages
ners in Hechal Shlomo is the
Museum for Sacred Jewish Req-
uisites.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 24o PinMree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Oross.
Friday s.?,e\ p.m. Raturday t in
Mlncha G:4.'i p.m
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER 8th
St.. Homestead. Conse-vative.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 Nt
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah {TEMPLE
E. Caolan.
TEMPLE EMANU-I. I.'OI Ws!-ing-
ton Ave. Conservative Rabti "v,na
Lehrman. Cantor 2v; Ad'er
Friday 6 p.n Sal i n f -
I'.iv sal-bath s. i i '.h<
Bible." Rar Mlt7 *teven, i
Mi a nd Mrs I W> I -
Mitavah: Judy, i\ of M &
Mr* Joseph Abel
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OP ^HEATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19f 3t Reforrr. Bi-obi
Joceph R. Narot.
TEMPLE ISRAEL Olr MIR-vAR.
3500 SW 69th Way Conferv.tivs.
Rabbi lrvin Cut ffi
The museum includes religious
requisites, folklore and tradition
amulets, artistic inscriptions, paint-
ings and embroidered tapestry;
ancient and illuminated manu-
scripts, seals and medallions. Jew-
ish coins and historic documents.
A special section is dedicated to
the holocaust Earthenware lamps
from thi first and second temple
period, lai
thi Mishnah and with
Jewish i mblems ti hanuka
: the
ies ol the
tiavi
Published by Brit Ivril Clamit
ISRAELITE CENTER ,t17S SW ?sth
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
I L Drazin. Cantor Louis Cohen.
1 Krldaj I 30 p m Saturda) S IS m
Serin,ui: Tortlon "f I hi week

JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SVNAnoGU?. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN Con.
Servative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel ft. Stone.
Cantor Maunc* Neu.
r'riiliiy 6:45 p.m. Saturday VI.'. .t.m.
s. 111..11: "Scripture Leoaon for ih<
Sabbath." Mlncha 8:45 p.m.

TEMPLE BETH AM. 5960 S. Ksndall
Jr., So. Miami. fteform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
Krlday > :" m .\>.k iht- Rabbi" -.--
- Ion Has Mittvah: Laura, dausluer
of .in.it. and Mrs David l.i.i
.-..!.,i.i.,.. 10 10 a iii Bar Mill
irey, son .-i Mr and Mrs i'i.-.l
ii Bar Mluvah Mark.
Ir and Mrs Morton l-'l..
> in. th, n ill Mi and Mr* II. i bei i
e
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Consei vative
Rabbi Morion Malavsky. Cantor Er
nest Sterner.
JUOEA. 320 Palermc Avr.
Liberal-Reform. R ilild Vorr.i Kip-
per.
PVIday v p m
TEMPLE MENORAH. >20 7^'" *
Conservative. Ra:>hi Mayer At,l',-
owita. Cantor Nleo Peidmaa
TEMPLE NER TAWII3 UOth S1 "
Tatum Waterway Modern '
tional. Rabbi Eugjnj l.abovitj C. -
tor Edward Klein
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TEMPLE OR OLO*" Conservative,
8755 SW 16th S* Miami. P >"'
Ralph Ralph G' (man,
I 'i Ida) :< |, in I.....i.
and affill m ofl in l b.
TEMPLE SINAI OP NORTH N '" '
Temporary office *20 NE I64t> St,
Reform. Rabbi Daniel M Ltwy.
Cantor Chet G i -
I |. n I'll!
Ih. IVM-k." .- lay I
Mitsxah .! ffn -;'
n VII -
..ii r. .. \
CANDLELiGHTING TIME
29 Sivan7:03 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S -4th Ave Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jafle
LE BETH RAPHAEL. 1545
<'?rson Ave. Conservative. Cantor
ba..i H Breeh.
E.
.r.
r
i
SH'PAH 7500 SW
structionist. Rabb'
TEMPLE BETH
20th St. Reoor
Morris Skop.
TEVPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
TEMPLE TIFERFTT.-. ,COB
4th Ave Hi.i i :onn
Paboi Maurice Kle'n
-
-
\h S
TEMPLE ZAMORA li Zarvc-.- *'
Conservat ve. Rjvi Maxwt I iter-
r. Cantor Ben Dlckton.
n "'
Sorn


Friday. Jim* 17, 196S
+Jewisti fhrid&ai)
Page 13-fl.
Brandeis L. Crads
Stage Walk-Out
On Goldberg Talk
Continued from Page 1.A
, Viet Nam and anti-Johnson Administration literature outside.
Actually. Brandeis University oflicials shouW have been on their
lizard On June 10, la-' Friday, tight seniors [(resented Dr. Abram L.
5a ir. president of the university, with a petition asking that the
rsity'S invitation to the Ambassador as commencement speaker
[thdrawn.
Allen J. Zurkin. 20, Bethesda, Md., leader of a student peace
). was amc.ng the eight students who had petitioned Dr. Sachar.
.veren't protesting Goldberg as an individual," he declared, "nor
- value of his pas' p service only his a- >cacj of the Viet
Nam war a*- a member o the Johnson Administrat
\t a .senior breakfast Sunday prior to commencement. Ambassador
berg rose tc- declare 'hat -demonstrations are ill right as long
n they do r.ol disrupt presentation of an idea
["he peace petition i reviously been rejected Brandeis Uni-
sity official' It was then that the undergraduate students I >ok to
buting ihcir anti-Viet Nam literature on camp: -
While the Ambassarar was talking at the breakfast, camp-js and
Nt -ham, Mass, police oved in to confiscate the literature. Some
4 seniors *-.d graduate students scheduled '? receive degrees
i.-ing the it-nmincti-*"' exercises promptly fe I out of line and
refused to tnttr the aahithealer to participate n the exercises
hen they learned of the confiscation.
I find it appalling, ieclared Zurkin, 'particular!} in view of
-erg's remarks ah' the righl of protest and fin ndmeni
fdoms:" Zurkin charged that, apart from the c itfiscation, David
Fnkle 21, of *.;.:->, [nd., a junior, and other students were d
!ico when )hey atte i ted to put up posters i trees and campus
I n gs.
Four students sai were threatened with luoted
the police as calling the erature involved "incitement to
According to Zurk it was one of the n... sons wanted
t> hind out the literature so that people would know exactly why
we were protesting his appearance."
When the altercation was finally quieted down, an administration
sp>kesman declared tha* t;>e seizure came about a< a consequence of a
"misunderstanding." He -j!1 the school and the seniors had agreed to
i i the students to hand >ut literature at the en ice t.> the campus
not on it
"Then the students inferred from Ambassador Goldberg's re-
marks at the breakfast hat it would be all right to hand out literature
i the amphitheater en'rance. But in the meantime, the campus police '
hid been told to allow no distributing on campus."
Meanwhile receiving honorary degrees at the commencement exer-
c -- were Israel Ambassador Abraham Harman. David Dublnsky,
former president of the International Ladies Garn >
B imin H Swig, of San Francisco, a member >: i Bra board
rstees; and Isador Lubin, Jewish economist.
Hhers receiving honorarj degrees were Andrev '' Cord lean
)' ''- School pi International Affairs at Columbia L'niversit\
Beth Torch
Names Harrison
Beth Torah >ngre iti >n an-
nounces the i >; Martin
Harrison a- ii: direc-
tor ot the coi
Ewald Ziffer residi Beth
Torah. said ih I Han in Carted
In his new caps k.
Harrison's background includes
temple a'.!::: ; Oration ..:. 1 fund-
raising direction He gra
from New York irsitv w h
Bachelor of Art- and Master of
Science degre i the School of
Education.
Lakeside Memorial Park
N. W. 25th Street & 103rd Ave-ja
INVITES THE
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH COMMUNITY AT LARGE
TO ATTEND A COMMUNITY
FATHER'S DAY MEMORIAL SERVICE
TO BE CONDUCTED BY
RABBI EUGENE LABOV1TZ
TO BE HELD
SUNDAY JUNE 19th, 1966 AT 11 A M
FOR IN 'ION or DIRE
TELEPHONE TU 5-1639
Rabbi Franzel Added to Staff
AMBASSADOR GOLDBERG
Rabbi Daniel Pranzel has beef
I as assistant to Rabbi
Leon : itual leader of
! Sholom, according to
an announcement by Louis Snet-
man president of Beth Sholom.
Rabh' ronish has served a*
spiritual leader for the pa^t 22
years, and under his leadership the
congregation has mown from 20 to
nearly 1.000 families
Temple Beth Sholom has devel-
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lege in New York, and was or-
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College-Jewish Institute of Re-
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teacher and principal in several
congregations in the New York
arei. ar perie-ce in camping.
Rabbi Fran?el served at Stephen
Wise >e Syi nd the 92nd
St. Y\ i for the last two
years us student rabbi of Temple
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Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Friday, June 17. 193;
Yiddish Adds to Color of American Vocabulary
there ARE certain words in the He-
' brew-Yiddish lexicon which are
1 ..' 1 i| our American vo< ab
rhesi woi ds, like 'shalom." and
tzvah" and "maze! tov." don't have
'< translated any more even when
ej appeal in Ih sh pr ss
The number of such verbal contri
Americanese >- In
recent newsweekl) article, the word "cnuizpdri was
ik- noi italics I: was
<' at th< readei would know whal the word
In New York City. Rabbi Daniel Davis 1- leadin
effort to make still another well-known Jewish term a
well known American one.
The word Rabbi Oasis seeks t(> popularize is nachas
Translating nachas 1- difficult, it is that glow we gel
from she achievements of people we like especiallj our
children.
Rabbi Davis himself is a source of nachas to thous
For several decades Dr Davis has been t
of the New York Federation of Reform Syna
1- one of the largest voluntary
atherings ol j. ii a, ."'
egations in the world, numbering well over
Rabbi Dai is personally founded some ,
nursed them along and continues to ad
address them often. In his post at the Hou
Judaism in Manhattan, he
amis Once he was rabbi in Lancaster, Pa., and so evoked spokesman of his own branch of Judaisn
the admiration of the community for his courageous
stands and wise leadership in connection with ,, nun
(>: issues lhal people wanted to run him for mayor Il<
demurred.
hundi
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Capitol SpotliahU Bv MILTON FRIEDMAN
Ivmsr Faisal Comi.12; to \\ ashinstoii
pHINESE CC

. ma) bi

i ..' arrives in
Washing) offii
1 sident Johnson
1 omes at a
I'nited States 1- trying to maintain
rium in it- triangular relations with Egypt, Israe
and the so-called Islamic Alliance' ol Saudi Arabia
Jordan
The \1-1t coincides with the disclosure that
Peking is arming and training in China an Arab
. 11111 l;t cadre "to constitute the vanguard of the
li!>iration battle "
Ahmed Shukairy, head of the fanatical "P
tin< Liberal Kin Organization," has just proclaimed
thai because Peking "has rich experience ill the



this
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Electric Sleep
EXPERIMENTS BEING conducted
bj Hadassah medical scientists
indicate that it is possible not mil;
In induce but to COnt rol sleep
Prol Aaron Bellei dud of Ha-
dassal Department of Neuro
rted that electrically-
ic< on volui :' er patierd- In the Psjeh
iatric Hospital at Talbieh maj soon benefit nol
onlj insomniacs but also pilots and space travelers
who find it difficult if not impossible to sleep in
flighl
Prof Beller, head ol Hadassah's research team
investigating electrically-induced sleep, was in the
initeo states last week as s visiting professor at
the Albert Einstein Medical College
"By passing low current through the head."
Prof. Heller explained, a stale of behavior can lie
achieved lhal resembles physiological sleep. From
the behavioral point of view, closing the eyes, eye
rolling movements, muscle relaxation, and reaction
to outside stimuli were very similar to natural sleep
Physiologically, the appearance of high voltage slows
waves in the eli-i-iro cnchephalogram, the slowing Ol
respiration and heart beat, the reduction of blood
pressure as well as the disappearance of some dis-
ease phenomenon such as tremor in Parkinson's
patients proved that we were dealing with a
stale akin to physiological sleep."
Prof. Beller cannot explain why the brain re-
acts to the electrical current to produce sleep:
"The mechanism of thi- phenomenon is still
unknown to us. It may be thai we are dealing with
an inhibitory action ol the brain cortex, stimulated
by this current. It may also be that this current de-
activates th waking center in the brain, if such
exists It c$u|d also Ik- lhal this current is stimulat-
ing a sleeft ceatei whose existence has thus far not
been established "
Equipment used m inducing this type of sleep
is a transistorized. battery driven device, measuring
B by is inches] whose output 1- limited to 22.5. It
was onginaJTy developed bj the Electronics Depart
ment of the Iladassah-Hebrew University Medical
I entei and is constantly being modified.'
"The experiment was first performed on dogs
Prof. Heller -aid Then, all the investigators 111
volved in this experiment volunteered as subjects
Onlj after Hh-s. phases had been completed satis.
factorily was the experimenl tried on other volun-
teers, such as medical Students and other members
of Hadassah' medical and paramedical staffs im.
ther investigations are being carried out on psych-
iatric patients, as well as on children suffering
from intractable asthma, who are in a Jerusalem
home where the) are being treated in cooperation
Hadassah's Department ol Pediatrics."
with
\ 1 n IK said Wi
cc in thi \ ii
1
ki'.. is .1 bill r But he
ire foi a i hinesi t) le u| h n the
It would und rmine thi Vn mon
archies friendlj to the I'nited Stale-- and tacil
the rise of the most radical Arab extremists The
king 1- already deepl) involved in the Yemen war
in whuh Nasserite Egypt 1- seeking a bridgehead for
domination ol the Arabian Peninsula.
While Egypt pi mule- a base at Gaza for P.L.0
activities, Nasser see- to it thai little Egyptian mone>
- to Shukair) Nasser want- to bung his Yemen
adventure to a successful conclusion, take over
Aden, and penetrate Saudi Arabia and Jordan with-
out the added difficulties ol a premature and un-
tiollable "liberation war" against Israel.
Nasser continues to plaj both -ides. American
and Russian, to bolster his precarious econom) lb-
knows that neither the I'nited Stale- nor Russia
want a Chinese ignited eruption in the Middle Fast
Hi- knows also thai Israel, newly equipped with
U.S. jet bomber-, would defeat Egypt
Nevertheless. Nasser has drawn the applause
of the P L.O. for his recent Suez speech threatening
a preventive WSI against Israel.
Nasser voiced this threat in connection with
allegations that Israel max develop a nuclear bomb
Shukairy commented: "When President Nasser
launches preventive war. the Palestinian Liberation
Army will be in the vanguard."
Shukair} said that "if the Egyptian air force
destroys the nuclear installations in Israel, our
army and people will march overland ami take
part m ibis battle."
P.I..i) guerrilla soldiers are being trained in
Egypt, Syria, and Iraq a- well a- China -aid Shu-
kairj Hut when America provided j< t- 10 Isi
Shukair; found ii not surprising '>> see reaction
aries in the Arab world become obedient too
the implementation of this imperialist Zionist pi 1
Shukairy' charged that when the United SI
confirmed the sale ol jets to Israel "it c msidi
that the admission would nol affect King Fai
visit to Washington, in view ol the fact that I
would noi be in a position t" protest against this
deal hecau-e he him-cit ha- obtained arm- from
the West."
Nassers reaction to the jet transaction has been
milder than anticipated. This is because Soviet
Premier Kosygin. when he recently visited Cairo,
tailed to srant all Nasser asked and made limited
new commitments. Nasser remains dependent on
L'.S. assistance and knows that the surplus com-
modity request of Egypt is under active study in
Washington
grata with Orthodox and Conservative Jews
him one ol the finest leader- ol our ......pl ,
In connection with the ne
his Federation. Rabbi Dave, ha- helped to
"'' "'""V1 "'' Nachas F""d r
wen mad,- in the rabbi himsell in gratil
..... his thre. : adcl
- that other parents an I grandpan 1
with gifts to the camp v- |U
I I .ill to vn;
R bbi Da^ 1- i
volun
sleadil) sought"
I
even as I

Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Jewish Drop-Ouls
ME HAVE had books Or hi
Jewish mother and .
and that There -em- to h.
on how to be a Jewish drop mi; \ Jew
ish drop-out has been define
who quits sell,ml alter getting !'!- MA
degree So a Jewish drOp-OUl i-r
of course, he could go furthei and
_ get his doctorate, heaven forbid1 It .
Iimj me storj that was told when the German Jewish
refugees began to flock to Israel 111 the Nazi d.,v.-. \:
happened one time in a Tel Aviv bus thai someone took
sick and the bus driver asked if there wa- l>> chance ..
doctor on the bus. Fifteen of the passengers arose
The percentage of Jews going to college 1- ah
double that of the rest of the population
According to the Midrash. King David had a kin
musical alarm clock which woke him ever) mm ru-
ins studies. Mainly, I think we got thai wa> I
Talmud and thereby hangs a tale.
The most outstanding figure of the Talmud wi
Akiba in the beginnin had been m irs than .
He had never been a drop-in For long, not only had he
refused to partake of the fountain of stud> but u,i-
I, istile i" those who did stud; The.\ wi squares 1
anil he didn't want to ha e anything to
them. When he met them, he admitted, he 1.
' d to bile them
There arc man) young people like that
day Social workers visit them and make lor repi
implishin Educated people are -
the) want to bite them on the radio, they an
continue Iheir schooling in order to get a job ri
would have had no effect on Akiba He had 0 job II. wa>
.1 shepherd, a kind ot cowboy, a job which mai
people like.
It took Akiba a long time to gel over hi- ho I I '
Study At the age of 40. he enrolled in school foi I
fust time; but he made such headway, he became the
head of a college said to have had 40.000 pupils Not bad
lor a college which had no football team; although it had
some athletes. Rabbi Gamaliel was said to be a
juggler, and Resh I-akish. I t>elieve. had at one time
ticipated in the Rome gladiator shows
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Israeli Now a Top Gotham Executive
COR A MONTH now. an Israeli Jew
ha- been occupying an office on the
14th floor of a brand new. ultramodern'
skyscraper overlooking New York'-1
beautiful, old City Hall, almost within
shouting distance of the suite occupied j
by Mayor John V Lindsay ami the
offices all around the area crowded with
other leaders of the City Adlllinislra
tion. Among city officials in New York, there 1 no deal
of .lews as might be expected Hut only on.- of tl
is an Israeli.
He 1- Dr Noi man Pencil. 31 years old born and
educated in Haifa, a graduate of Technion, the Instil
ol Technology, who had done his military service in the
Israeli Air force Now. when the ciu's Housing Authority
wants some hard data, or Hie municipality's planning
commission needs tough facts, the informal 1011 1- sought
from Dr Pencil And, when he gels fully into the swing
of his job, he is Hie man from whom facts and figures
will be requested to aid the dt) cleanse the air of pollu-
tion, improve the traffic situation, figure out the adequacy
of welfare allocations, locate the hides In hospital admin
istration, establish budget and inventory control or at
tempt joint purchasing Systems for the city's vast need-
lie will use not mirrors or an abacus He will amp
computer science, in which he is a recognized expert
Equally new and somewhat sensationally grei
by much of the press, not only in the I'nited Slate- hut
in Israel as well is the fact'that a man who ;- not an
American citizen, indeed a citizen of Israel, wa- tin- ma11
named by the city to implement that scientific approach
His title is an impressive one or will be. when he
eea-es to he a consultant and assumes the post officially,
after he obtains American citizenship He will be Deputy
lily Administrator, working under Deput) Mayor Timothy
Costello.
Why was this non-American scientist chosen for such
a high city position' The answer coming alike from
Mayor Lindsay and from Dr. Costello. is simple: lie 1-
one of the foremost experts in his field. He is not a parly
man. in the political sense. His only connection, remote
as thai is. with the city administration is the fact that
Dr Costello, formerly a professor, got to know and admire
young Bench when the Israeli was working for his
doctorate,
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Friday. June 17, 1966
*/f N if!) flnriidichfl
LEGAL NOTICE
\ THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
(TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
JADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66c 3124
NOTICE OF SUIT
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pouaca, if living, and If d< ad,
. i unkiiuH n In ii ~. de\ is. .... legn-
assignees, i1 nora,
i I lltors othel I i:......nils.
- by, through, under or against
the above ii.un. ,i defendants
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ire hi i by noi ifi.-.l thai the
,. t.11.-ii. .1 action has I., ,-n In-
i imilnsl you In the I'lrcnli
,.i ill.- FJIevciith Judicial Circuit
p ..i ni; in and for I >ade Counts to
.. low a mortgage iipi.ii in.- follow-
.. scribed i .ii proper! v :
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in> CAROL CITY, nc.....ding to
In. pint tier...... recorded in Plat
Hook no at I'nge ': the Public
Records ..i Dade County, Florida,
You an required to file a respons-
v. pleading in plaintiff's complalnl
..nil ili'' Clerk of Hi.- aforesaid Court,
i-rv a copy ih.i.-.,( upon plnln-
ittorney, martin fink Dado
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. .:r:i. not later than June 29th, 1966,
..- .1 Decree Pro Confesso "ill 1.....n-
. -i against you,
i \ rin>: May 19th, 1966
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OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 3919
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[ol i-'. in Block 6, i.i' CRF;ST-
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hi i.i |..,,i. i 'ounty, i-i.-t Ida, al the
ourthoOBe in Miami. Florida, ..n ..r
efora July 8, 1946, anil to s.-, v.. ., ,,.,,,
i such answer upon Plaintiffs' attor-
ney. DAVID IV CATS.MAN, whose i.l-
Ireaa is im FSwl Flakier s't..,\ Ml-
.nil. Florida, on ..r before said date
is required bj the law- ,.i Florida.
if you tail i" Hi. so, ih, complaint
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Decree I'm Confesso will be entered
.lUiiinat you i'..r ill. relief demanded
ii the i oniphiint.
I'al<-d HI Miami. Florida, this 26th
.i. v of May, 1966.
Iv. 11. LEATHERMAN
Clork of i he circuit Court
l>a.ie i*ouni\, Florida
lty: Mar:ff:ritf: KENT
Deputy Clerk
1 Will P. <\ I'SMAN
.; Kant Klaaler street
Miami, Florida
.; 1-10-17-84
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 5682
HINN1E 1,. JINKS.
Plaintiff
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I'ou, AN.NIK lil-n.oHKS JINKS, ir.'
i-reby notified in.a .1 mil ..f Com-
. mt for Divorce haa been filed
iculnat you, and you are r.-.piir.d 1-.
. r\'e a copy i your Anawer or [lead-
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ilntlff'a attorney. I.irvKY. I-KVEN-
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-. Miami, I'lnnda. and file the oiiK-
- ..1 Anawer or Pleading in tIi,- office
1 the Clerk of The Circuit Court on
before th.- sth day 01 July. lSijii.
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.' fault will be laU. 11 against you for
he r.-llef demanded In the Bill of
> '.-inplalnt.
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No. 66C 5641
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DATED al Miami, Dade County,
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I UFA Wit AI..YN WALK i:il,
Ri si.I. 11. I 111, r .\ 11. .ti. bel ebj li.-l
fled ihai a Hill ..I Complain! for Di-
vorce has been filed aualnsl you, and
you a'*- required lo -i\. ,1 cop) .-:
your Answer or I'leading lu thi Rill
of 1 'nmplalnl ...1 1 hi 1.1.. :nii: 1 \t-
tome), I'.M'I, KWIT.VKV. 120 Umoln
Road, Miami la a. Ii, Ploriila. and file
the original Answer "i Pleading In the
ofl i- ..1 the Clerk of the < "Ireu I
i'oiiii on or before Ihe 19th da) of
July', 1966 If you fail to do so, judg-
111. in i.v default will be taken against
you for ilo relief demanded in the
Bill ..f Complulnt.
Th m notice nhall be published once
.a. Ii week for f..... consecutive weeks
in THE JFTVVI.su FI.ORIDiAX.
DONE AND 1 >ltl>l-:i:i-:i> at Miami.
Florida, tliis Mb da> of June, A.B ,
I......
I-: B. LBATHERMAN, Oerk
Clrcull Court, Hade County, Florida
(Seal) By C. 1. ai.i:\anhkr
|.- n Clerk
PAUL KW1TNET
Attorn.-: for I'lu.lltlff
.1 ln-17-21 7 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORID*. IN PROBATE
No. 70915-B
in RE: Kstati of
LILLIAN C. SHAPIRi 1
I -.. ascd.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml CreditorH and \ d Pi rsnns
11.. Irm ins or 1 in-' nils Vgainsl
-.. Ill l-:-;.ii. .
S" -ii 11. In n by notified and re-
ed 1.......-.< nr any claims and de-
alt w hi.-li \..11 ni.i\ ha\-
in. stati of I.II.I,IAN C HHAI'IRU
deceased lull of Nassau County, New
Y'oi k, 1.1 ih. Count) .Midges of Dade
I'ounty. and file III.- same in duplicate
and as provided n Sei 1 nn 733.16, l-*l. 1-
bla Statutes, tin ir offices in the
f*oiinty Courthousi In Dade County,
Florida, within six calemlai months
;i .111 iln- lime ..1 1 lie first inihlleal Ion
hereof, or ihe Mime will be barred.
Dated .11 Miami, Florida, this 19th
daj of May, A.D. 1966.
LEONARD SHAPIRO
I'l.i.i-il SHAPIRO
\- l-l\.-.-iii-.i-
Flrst publication of ibis not].....n
Ihe Hnl da) "f June, 1966,
PHll.ll'J. MILLER
Attorney u-r the FNectitora
i"7 Lincoln Road, Miami Beai h, l-'ia
.'. t-10-li-34
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO APPLY FOR
CHANGE OF NAME
Chancery No. 66C 5620
To Whom it May Concern:
Notice Is hereby given that tin*
undersigned petitioner, ma/if: EIJZ-
ABETH STIRN, whose resldoncs ad-
dress is L'i(>7 N.i:. :^:iid Street, Ni>rili
Miami. Florida. In the City of North
Miami. Dad,- County, Florida, intends
to apply i" the Honorable JAMFX vv.
KI-;ipiK, Judge of ih.. Kiev.nib Ju-
dicial Circuit] in and for Dad. L'oUlltV,
ai Ids office in the County Court
ii..us.-, at 4:15 o'clock p.m., on the
ih da) of July, 1966, or as soon there-
after as she may be heard, f< order changing her name from mazik
F3JS5AJ1BTH stirn to M.U'Y
STI-IPN. I.\ \\hi.-h name she shall
thereafter be known.
1'and at Miami, Florida, this 3rd
da) --I June, A,II. 1 J*6i.
MA/Ji-; i:i.izaiii:iii stirn
Pelitloll. r
LESTER ROt'.BIW
Attorney for Petitioner
!!;! N.W. 14th stj. .1
Miami. Florida
6/1-10-17-24 ;
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 69949-C
In RE: Estate -.1
JOHN MILTON (il!i>ll
I.....as.'d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'n All Creditors and All Pi
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and do-
ui.N which you may have against
the -stale of JOHN MJLTON OMOB
deceased late Had. County, Florida,
i. ih. Count) Judges of Daide County,
and file the -am., in duplicate and as
provided In K.-ctloii 738.16, Florida
Siatui.-s. in their offi.-.s in ih. Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dad.- County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
Ii- lime !' lie first |.iil.li.-:illoii here-
of, or Hi.- same ill be barred,
Dali .1 .11 Miami. Florida, Hiis 26th
.lav oi May, A.D. 1966.
fSRACE Hi;, ii:
A Admlnlstrati ix
p iblli iii..11 of this noii.-.. on
Hi, I'.l day of June, IVti.
MORRJS O IHF3.N
Attoi m j for Irace irob
|..-'. Hoi .- Ii,- 1..011 Blvd.
'- ral 1 labli s, FTa.
8 J-10-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C. S713
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
QEIjCTS d.- CE8PEDE8
RODRJOUEZ
Plaintiff,
AI*>l-F'O RODRIGUEZ da la NUEZ,
Defendant.
TO: ADOLKO RODR1GU1-/. de la
NUEZ
601 North St. CUIr
Pittsburgh 6, Pennsylvania
YOU ARFJ HBREDV notified that
a Complaint for Divorce has been
fllod against you. and you arc hereby
required t.. aerve a copy of your
answer to the Comi-laim on the I'laln-
tlffs attorney, l.i>Ti-:u ROGERS,
h.-,- addr. ss Is 6*9 N-W- 14th Street,
Miami, Florida, and file the original
of ih.- Answer In th.- ..ffi.-.- ol the
(jerk of the Rieventh Judicial Circuit
in .mil f..r Dad.- County, Florida, on
r Infer, the Mb day of -'uly. IMS.
in default of which the Complaint "lb
i i.ik.-n as confessed by you.
DA I'KH this -7th da) < May, lSfcii.
B. 11 i.i;a tiii.ioian
Cli rk of the Circuit C.....-1
By; MARiil.KitlTK KI.NI'
'. 3-10-1".24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 6M49-C
In RK: Estate of
JOHN MM.TON OROIi
Ii. ceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. Ml Creditors and All IVrsons
Having Clulnia or Demands Atpilnsl
.-..i.i IJstate:
You mre hereby notified and re-
quired 10 present any claims and
demands which you may have lutainal
the .state, of JOHN MILTON OROB
deceased late of Dad.- County, Flor-
ida, to the i'ounty Judges of Dade
i'ounty. and filo the name In dupll-
at. and as provided In Section 723.16,
Florida Slat a tea. In their offices in
thi i'ounty t'ouithous.j in I >auc Coun-
ty, T-'lorida. within six calendar months
from lb-- time of the firsi i-nhlicatlon
hereof, ..r th. same will be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this :'7tli
day of May, A D, .1966.
GRACE I IR< >B
As Admlnlstral 1 i\"
First publication of this notice on
the 3rd day of June. 1966.
MORRIS COHEN
Attorney for Oraca (toob
1099 I..11 D.. Leon Blvd.
Coral Cabli s. Fla.
6/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HRRBHV Hl\ l-N' thai
ih, undersigned, deaii ng In 1
in 1. i-in- at under the fictitious name
of I1II.1.IKS TIIKII-T slli.r ..
-..: N W s.-. ond Avenue, Mia 1 I, 1 m -
nil Intends lo register said
with the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Ci
I lade County, Flis-ldy
11 |R \ I. JOHNSON
ARONOVITZ, SIIAKIt .v .- Ml I II
Vtlorneya for Cora I. Johnson
607 Alnslej Hullding
Miami. Florida ;, ,7 6/3-10-17
NOTI
FICTITIO
Ni.'ii'i: is 1
.n.i. rslgne.
in husini a tmi
. It Pit IKK
ITED al !
'
I'l.rk
of Dad. 1
RAl lli:i,
.11ITCR
I A 11. KWITNI
.-II.\ EKSTEIN,
1 ; .1' I USS
\ 1 '.-r',- s for v
;. I.in- ..In Rd
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS in:i:i:r.v OIVEN thnl
Hi., ulldel'siglliil, .i.-iiint 1,1 .ii^.i^.-
-ii business under the fictitious uaim-
of D.VDF: TITLE I'' 1. ai 1.....ib, r 1322
North F'ederal Highway, In iln Lit)
of Homestead, Florida, Intends to
register the said name with U.....lerh
..I In 1 Ircuit 'ourt ..f 1 lade 1 loui.l s.
Florida.
Dated nl Miami, Florida, this 24th
d.iv of May, l'....'..
DADE TITLE ANN
Mi >ii 1. i.v 1 if: corp,
II) HARRV 1:. .'.....:n. i'n -id. in
ii 3-IU-I7-24
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO APPLY FOR
CHANGE OF NAME
Chancery No. 66C 5098
tJllilge N.nil,ml
To Whom U Mu) C......-ni:
Notice i- In reb) glvi 11 I bill Ihe
undcrsiuncd p< I I loners, MAR VICE
SIC WONG and KJCHAKD Jt>E
WONG, whose residence address 1-
:'.::_'l N.W. ^"lli Terrace, in tin Clt)
nf Vliaini, Dade County, Florida, In-
tends lo apply to the Honorable Hi y-
niond II. Nathan, Judge the Elev-
enth Judicial Circuit, m and for Ihuh
County, ai hi- ..ffi.-e in the Co nt)
Court House, .a 10:43 o'clock A.M..
on the 21st day of July. 1966, or an
soon thereafter as they ma.v be heard,
for an order changing their names
from MAR VI- K SIC W'ONtl
Itli'HAKIi JOE WONG to MAR IflCK
SIU JOE and RICHARD JOB, b>
uhi.li name tli.y shall thereafter be
known.
Dated at Miami. Florida, tills 25th
day of May, A.D. 1966.
MAP Vli'K SIP WONG
RICHARD JOE WON.;
Petitioners
WAl.TKItS. MOORE & COBTANZO
Attorneys for IVtltlonorg
l.-.s Alnsley Building
Miami, Florida
.: '- Hi-17-21
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYSI
* Jet% i $#.' fh rSdHtn
solicits your legal doHcssb.
W* appreciate your
patronage and guaranty*
accurate service ot legal
ratee .
Dial Fit 3-46M
ior mesaenge* eerrlce
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUF V
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No.. 70897-C
In RE; Estnli ..f
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 70897-C
In RE: Estate of
ANNA KIRSi'll,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To VII Credltn s ...... All Persons Hav-
ing Clnlma .a Demandg Agalnsl said
Estati :
Vou are hen by no) Ified and re-
rpilred to 1.r.-s. nt anv claims and de-
mands which v.-1 may have against
Hi. atati ..i VNNA K lltsi'll de-
.1 ,1 late of I Mde 'ounty, Florida.
1.1 the Count) Judges of Dad.- i'ounty.
and file the sam. in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in thi Ir offices in th. County
I'onrtl......-.. in Dnde County, Florida.
within -in calendar months from the
iini. 1,1 ihe rin.1 publication bei-uof, or
tin- -.nn.. will i..- barred.
Dati tl al Miami. Florida, this 87th
da) of May, A.D. 1966.
NATHANIEL OUCKMAN
As Executor
l-'ii-si publication of this notice 0
the 3rd day of June, 1966.
Ki.VNKK. M VNNHF2ME3R
a i;iti:i:Ni'ii:i.i 1
Attorney for Executor
inn 1 tunonl Plasa 'unter
Miami, 1-lorida
,; J-10-17-24
CE UNDER
US NAME LAW
if:rf.hy given thai
I, desii 11 to 1 ngage 1
er ih. fictitious 11.nn.-
\" iiiivi ;s 1 Ni.iM- .
R Ith Avel Miami, i
tl
Clrcull Courl
' M-I.l
n. i.i-rv in 1:
: kkkni: .",
ry of
KWTTNET .v
-I Is
Miami H. .eh
8, 10-17-24 7/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 70602A
In RI* Faitate of
ENOC11 M. STALLIN4J8
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Personi
Having llaillis or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are h. r.-l.y notified and re-
quired to present any olnhns and de-
iimnds which you may have against
late of ENOCH \l RTALLINGS,
Deueaaed. 'at. of the County of N. w
llav.n, Btati i-nn. rtie.ut. leaving
real 1 -r-?i-.-rt> In 1-a-ie I'oiiniy. Flor-
ida, to the Count) Judges of Daib
County, and file Ihe -aim- in dupli-
cate <^'' as t>i." di .1 In s. ctlon
Florida Ktal t< lu their Ii In
Oltnt) '..art lion.--' in 1 ..nl.
County, Florida, within -i\ calendar
011 from ',. 1......1 he first
hi 11 1 i,:
be ban A
Dated at Mini 1 PI01 da, this 21th
daj 01 May. \.u. 1966.
Ill IXLER
Anclllar: Vdmii
Hi of
ENOCH M SI VLLIXGS, I .. -
l-'e .1 ii.il.h. all. n of 1 h
the -Tih da) of May, 1966
SIMON, II W- .\ tiRl'NDWERfl
Attorneys for Vnclllar) Administratrix
301 Alnsle) Building, Miami. P
j/:'; u.a-iu-17
ANN V KIRSCH,
Dee. a-. ,1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO All Creditors and All Pel-.. '
Having 1'i.iiins or Demands Affaii ".
said FJatate:
vou are hereby notified and r -
quired to present any claims ai .
demands which you may have agaln-
the .Sla.e of \ N N A KIP.Sl'll .1
ceased Ian of Dad.- County, Florid
lo the i'oiiniy .Indues of Dade Com
ty, and til- the same in duplicate in
as provided In Section 733.16, Florl.
Statutes, in Ihelr offices In the Com -
ly Courthouse In Dade County, Flo -
ida. within -i\ calendar montha (i^
the iini.- of the flrsl puhllcution hei -
of, or iln- same u ill be l.ai'i ell.
Dated ai Miami. Fli rida, this :: .
the 3rd day of June, w^-;.
NATH.V N I HI. ; I ,li 'K.M A N"
\ Executor
P ...... .-n of this notice -i
the ".mil dnj of May, 11166.
KoVNER, M \nniii:imi:ii
,v i;i:::i-:nfm-:i.ii
Aiioin.h for i:\..- itur
1011 I.......il I 'ia/.a i '. liter
.Miami. Fin Ida
.; :: I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUf>r
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
i'-. mi v, and fill ; hi- -.1 ine in 'i|. .-
No. 70757-C
In RE Estati of
A il >. INI ll :i; Vi il.KMAN.
I.....sell
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO Ali I'1 editors and VII I'
1 I'lalins -a I lemanils AgaIi
S.ii.l 1
1 .. 1. hen i.\ not Ifled and t -
"I it' .1 a n.'. -la im* and
mauds which you ma) have ogaln-t
Ihe estati Vl.lvX.V Nl lER V< ILK
MAN. deceased l..i. of Dade Count .
,. 10 ii.. Count) .lu.l. h of Ihn -
County, and file ihi mine in dupl -
.-ai. ami as provided in Section 733.1
Florida Sin 1111, s. in 1 heir iiffll -
..... Count) Courthouse in Da.I. Conn-
ly, II..... a. n i: hin si\ .-a l.-ndar monti -
from the -im. of ih. ii- m pulillcnl
hereof, or Ihe same will I.. I.art.
1 ...i. -I ai Miami. Florida, thla 23 i
da) ol Ma y, A.D, 1966.
TIIKolii i|;k p sola 1
As Admliiistrs i.-r
C..... Ti stamento Annexo
Flrsi publican......f this notice a
the 27th day ..f May, 19641.
. >K ER, .' VRI> ..N ,v- s. .1;, 1
Attorn. ; for Vdmlnislrator
1 'mil Ti -tain. in.. Annexo
:''i S. E. Slxi ii St n 1
F't. Lauderdale, Florida
r. 27 B/S-10-J7
CIRCUIT COURT, ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE COUNTY. FLA.
No. 66C 6067
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ltd 11 SVi Ha IDA
Plaint Iff,
RICH VRD J" iski-ii SVOBODA
I >. : 11.1.1 lit.
V11I'. RICH VRI1 H isi-:i'll s\'i .11'.
DA, Residence Pnhllown, ore n..nf|.-.
to s. rve a cop) ..f your nnswi r 1
Divorce Complalnl fifed against \.. .
011 Plaintiffs attorney, tiFXHPiU
Nli'll..|.\s. 612 N.W 12th An-., Mi-
ami. Fla., and file original with Clei -
of this Courl on m before Jul) r
1966, ..ih. ni... complaint win be con>
1.--.-1I b) vou.
DATFJD June 7. 1966,
1:. II. I.I-;.V IIIFKMAN. Clerll
By: MAROUERITF: KENT, D.C.
i IU-I7-^I 7 .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 71027-C
In RE: IMate Of
ItKN.I.vMIN LEDWITZ,
Ucceaaed,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona
Having claims or Demands Against
Said I.'
Vou are her.by notified and tm-
qulied 10 I-:-. > in an) claims and de-
mands which vou m.iv have against
Hi, .si..... of KCN.I.V.MIN l,i:i iVVITZ
deceased late of l>adf County, Flor-
ida. I., the Count) Judges *'f t^ide
County, and file ihs smile 111 th'-ir
offices in ihe County Courthouse In
11.1.1. County, Hoi ida. within si\ .-.ii-
eiidai' inoiiihs from the dgte of the
first publication hereof, or the saraa
will be barred.
F'ltANKi.in i.i;dvviva
K \. .-uior
KOVNER, MANNHKIMFHt Ac
.kki;nfi|'.u>
A it"1 ni
.a-. 11 -iponi Plgga Center
Miami. ) 'I.-. Ida
n 10-17-24 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
noticf: is h. 111.iv i;ivk\
1 In. 1111 Ii
:i..u name
l:i-l;\ S \ M 1 -Mr VNY, 111
X. M la I. Fla
. wiih 1 he 1 '1- '*k
of thi I'l -ii ourt --f Dade Co
i; I. B 1 IRPOH VTH IN
A Fla r
I'AI'l. K H II N BY ol
SILVFUtSl BIN, is \V ITNEY ft
OOl'l d.s.s
An.a 11. > for Vpjil int
120 Lincoln Ibi M la nl I'-. m h
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"elfewisJbi Floridian
Miami. Florida. June 17, 1966
Sea:or. 3
n
j
bv ISABEL GRCVE
Mrs. Robert Shapiro (left) and Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers
were cmong hostesses at Saturday night's Combined Jewish
Appeal victory supper dance at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mrs.
Shapiro, vice president of the Young Women's Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal, displays the basket from which
she distributed favors to women who attended the 28th annual
meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Mrs. Meyers,
a member of the Dade County school board, has been an
active leader in CJA since its inception.
A .loll bride in white tulle sur-
rounded by lovebirds formed the
centerpiece for the surj
luncheon given recently by Mrs
William Carmel and daughter,
Barbara, for Meryl Sue Weston
and fiance lewis A. Bonell .
Held at Tony's Fish Market, dec-
orations were in blue and white,
and for the posh affair in honor
of her niece, the hostess cho->e
a white lace suit lined in blue,
and hostess number two selected
beige lace Guest of honor
sparkled in a three-piece white
brocade suit styled with a bouf-
fant-sleeved jacket over a blue
blouse .
Among bridal guests were the
future bride's parents. Dr. and
Mrs I-awrence A Weston. of Mi-
ami Beach, her sister and spouse.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kramer, and
grandmothers. Mrs Anna Hyman
and Mrs Stella Weinstein. of
New York other members :
the family elan included Mrs
Mannie Li n i Steve Liber-
man. Mai'. :i- man, Jerr\
Linda Carmel .
More on tin- guest lisl were
Mis Nat Kramer, Mrs Dave Ber
ry. Mrs Louis Fiber. Mrs Herb
Kohn. Mrs. Paul Esposito Mrs
Milton Feller. Mrs. Sol Frankel.
Mrs Herb Kaplan. Mrs. Maurice
Reviu. Mrs. Essie Wolf. Mrs. Ben
Duckman. Mrs Louis Cohen. Mrs
Hal Hertz. Mrs Anna Hirschberg.
Mrs. Arthur Hornreich. Mrs
Murray Sonnett. Mrs. Sy Silver-
man. Mrs. George Goodman. Mrs
Sam Hirsch. Mrs Milton Singer.
Mrs Ralph Hall, and Teena Levy.
Steffi Heyman. Geri Rubin. Felise
Eber. Paula Restaino. Carol Sul-
tan. Cheryl Kaplan. Barbara
Berger .
on Thursday evening, the pros-
pective bridegroom's parents.
Mr. and Mr- Harrj l
\. York City, will ho>t the
t 11
ti for thi idal part) and
atives
From the
his sisl
':. Irvii Blo< I Sa
Sat
ttan And froi
ind Mr- '
The William II;.:
th<- Si.l H> ma f 1

h irst o; man;
for brid i Barbai 1
on Wednesday hosted by Mrs.
Morris Silver and Mrs Marvin
Levin Guests brunchi- -
the pool and patio area of the
Levin home included the summer
bride's mother. Mrs. Frank iRosei
Toback. her sister. Judy, grand-
mothers. Mrs Harry Dubler. Mrs.
Anna Toback. aunts. Mrs. Charles
Toback. Mrs Jack Toback. Mrs.
Morton Varat. plus many friends
. Gold and white color scheme
made a proper background for
pretty Barbara in her feminine
green dotted Swiss empire frock,
and "oh's"' and "ah's" of the
Greek chorus accompanied the
opening of gifts in pretty wrap
pings Wedding bells for
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Friday. June
Pres. Johnson Receives Seniors
Senl i -- oi uid aril] ghe a i
President Lyndon B. Johnson at on Sunday, 2 p.m., at
the White Bouse Rosa Garden dur Center, 3173 SW 25th Si
inn theii annual convention held
n Washington, D.C., on June 3 and
1S66

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There uill ,ilM, be
a FL'h'T
Day celebration I, .
4. \,ce Present Humphrey was Shokolsk and ,.
host at the luncheon which fol

Jack
lowed.
Max Garmas was delegate from
the Miami Friendlv Social
-.: the annucd donor luncheon of Picneer Hcreli. emissary cf Moetzet Hapoclot in Is-
A/omen at the Fontaineblecru Hotel are (left reel; Milton Green, Council president and na-
to right Mesdames Jenny Seitlin, founder of ticr.cl board member: Moses Meyer, vice
ioneer V. smen in Greater Miami: Clara Rub- president; and Israel Pushkin, vice president.
mstein national financial secretary; Shoshana
Fathers of the Year
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Left to right ere presidents of the Pioneer
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bleau Hotel: Mesdames Jcseph grants, Club
I: Fred Sandier, Kadimch: William Lowy,
Aviva; Samuel Kovalsky, Eliat; Ida Liftman.
Club 2: William Wagner. Tikvah; Fannie Gib-
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Friday, June 17. 1966
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Barbara and third-year medical
student Arthur Melich. son of Dr.
and Mrs Edward Melich, of St.
Petersburg, will ring in August.
\Jfsabel ^-J1
rove
Mrs. Ken I.ipman, Mrs. I.ouis
Pilzer, Mrs. Herman Press and
Mrs. Sy Yaeger were hostesses at
a bridal shower for Miss Susan
Yaeger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Moe Yager, at the Algiers Hotel
. Attending were the bride's
mother, grandmother Mrs. Dora
Yaeger, aunts, Mrs. Harry Fox.
Mrs. Anna Nachman, cousins.
Mrs. Sol Fox, Mrs I'rentiss Spiv-
ey. Mrs. Joe Foglcr and Mrs. Nor-
man Drucker other party
guests were Mesdames Bernhard
Baer, Abe Vine, Jerry Kay. Henry
Levy, Milton Mambcr. Mini in
Hornig, Stanley Fleischer. Ed
Henig, Bill Friedhoffer, Sol Sing-
er, Sol Rosenkranz, Abe Starin .
Also Rose Drucker. Biddy Weuv
er, I. Press, Freida Zwass, Helen
Levine and Millie Hiska.
The Israel L, Kussners. of fo!)
Sevilla. Coral Gables, are leaving
soon for Israel where they will
spend several weeks visiting
places of interest Then il will
be on to Rome. Florence and
Venice, Italy, Lucerne, Switzer-
land, and Paris, France, for more
sightseeing Recently installed
as president of Tempk- Zamora
Sisterhood, Mrs. Kussnei cai
ways bring out pictures of 'our
trip" when the agenda gels dull.
Child Program Has Registration
an
At the closing meeting of the Mollie Kahaner
Sisterhood of Beth Torch Congregation, new
officers were installed and the National Wom-
en's League script, "Sisterhood Raise the
Mesdames David Cohen, accompanist, Adolph
Berger, Jack Lavin. Samuel Leb, Lawrence
Brant, Dorothy Kaufman, program vice pres-
dent, Phillip Bloom, and Israel Abram. Not
Roof," presented. Cast included (left to right) shown is Mrs. Robert Avins.
Mrs. Bach Cited
By Pythians
Roosevelt
Pythias, wil
of the Pythian Sisters of Florida,
Mrs. Pincus Bach, at an open con
vention on Monday evening, in
Castle Hall, 4601 W. Flagler St
Parents may now enroll children
for the fall term in the early child-
hood development program of the
YM and WIIA ol dealer Miami, it
was announced by Mrs Milton Sir-
kin, county chairman. The
branches arc located at 8500 SW
8th St., Miami: 14036 NE 6th Ave .
N'o. Miami: and 1536 Bay Rd.,
Miami Beach.
The service is offered to the
community in the belief that a
group experience for the pre
school child offers an invaluable
opportunity for the child to find
Lodge Knights of himself, away from the protected
honor the grand chiel environment of the family.
The program is conducted bj a
stall of teachers who are profes-
sionally trained in the field work-
in- with very young children. At
the Central and .North Count)
branches, the classes are scheduled
Monday through Friday, from 9
made readiness program, A
morning snack is provided dni'y.
In the all-day program, a hoi lunch
is served, and individual cots are
provided for a rest period.
Activities include indoor and
outdoor games, arts and crafts,
block building, housekeeping and
water play, creative dramatics,
music, rhythms, trips and picnics,
celebration of American and Jew-
ish holidays
Further information can b
tained by contacting the E(
Miss .1 e a nne tte '<'.
Schwartz,
\
Among dignitaries attending the
convention will be grand chance"
lorelect of the Grand Domain of a.m. to noon, throughout the school
vear. At the Miami Beach branch.
Discussing the contribution made by the American Jewish
Congress at the eighth annual proqram clinic sponsored by
the Women's Division of the National Conference of Christians
and Jews here are (left to right) Miss" Helen Stolte, director,
Headstart Program; Mrs. livinq B. Kaplan, president, Florida
Women's Division, American Jewish Congress; and C. Clvde
Atkins, co-chairman, beard of governors. National Conference
oi Christians and Jews.
Florida Knights of Pythias, Judge
Lewis o. Myers, of Ocala. Fla.
Officers and members of Roose-
velt Temple. Pythian Sisters. Mrs.
Bach's home temple, will partici-
pate with the knights in the pro
gram planned for this event
there is a full day program which
continues until 4 p.m., each day.
Transportation in agency vehicles
i- available within certain area.-.
Boys and girls from three to six
. ear- of age are assigned to groups
according to age level At the five-
to-six-year level, there is a first
Family Night
SSated at Y'
A gala 'Family Night' *
held at the YM and WHA of
Greater Miami on Sunday. June
26, from S :so to 9 p.m., at the
Central "Y," 8500 SW 8th St.
A box chicken supper will he
served, and there will be a variety
of events taking place for all me
hers of the family. The swimming
pool will be open to all. and t!
will be games for all ages, Mo
cartoons will be shown to cl
dren.
Leukemia Benefit Chairmen Listed
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Phoebe E, Morse has been
named chairman of ihe Miss Uni-
verse Coronation Ball to be held
on July 17 at the Fontainebleau
Hotel for the benefit of the Leu-
kemia Society. Co-chairman will
be Mrs. Alexander Kogan.
Mrs. Morse is well known in the
Miami area for her philanthropic
work. She has been identified with
the John Poster Dulles Chapter of
the Women's Cancer Association
of the University of Miami, the
Auxiliary of the Miami Heart In
titutc. the Hade County National
Foundation and also work- actively
for the Florence t rittendon Home,
the Humane Society of Greater
Miami, and the Dade County So-
ciety for the Prevention of Cruelty
to Animals.
She is presently vice president
of the Humane Society, and is on
the executive advisory board of
the Miami Beach High School. She
Is a life member of the University
of Miami Symphony and a busy
participant in a variety of groups
such as the Music and Art I
the Phi Sigma Si| a Sorority, and
the Mi Sinai Garden Club

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WC Branches Plan August Conclave
ers of Tropical Chapter. American Medi-
cal Center, installed by Judge Harold B. Spaet
on May 19 at the Deauville Hotel are (left to
right Mrs. Max Bennett, corresponding sec-
retory; Mrs. Ceil El is berg, treasurer; Mrs.
M.chael Anders, projects, vice president; Mrs.
Sidney Burger, membership vice president;
Mrs. Iver Blacker, president; Mrs. Frank Cut-
tier, program vice president; Mrs. Raymond
Stanczak, recording secretary; Miss Nettye
Carp, financial secretary; Mrs. Aaron Kapit.
chaplain; Mrs. Rubin Zerlin. ways and means
vice president. The American Medical Center,
engaged in cancer research, treats patients
without charge from all over the country, as
well as from the Miami and Miami Beach
areas.
... tZ^fbovtt f~^eople ana i<-
A FAMILY AFFAIR
It was a birthday celebration over at the Dr.
Sherman Kaplan house on Pine Tree Dr. Mary
Rose Kaplan's southern accent was so thick that
the birthday celebrants didn't need a knife to
cut their cakes. One cake was for Sherman's
sister. Pauline (Mrs. Jack) Schwartz, and the
other was for his brother. Ralph, whose birthdays
are just a few days apart. The family included
Ralph's wife Gladys: their boys. Billy and Bruce;
daughter. Arleene. and husband. Mai Fromberj;;
and Pauline's son. Arthur, and two daughters and
their husbands. Rona and Sheldon Aberman and
Barbara and Marvin Haven. Marcelle and Donald
Kaplan were there too he's the youngest,
brother. Barbara and Helen helped their parents
greet guests. They all had a wonderful time.
When families get together, the time passes so
fast, listening and telling the same stories that
always bear repeating

WELCOME HOME GOLDIE
Kratl. Rome. Florence. Lucerne. Paris and
London Go'.die and Sol & dst< art just
H from that most I. lie's
its i lufa in i xistence for more
ember, had a vs. kome home
foi Iheir travi 11
ib 'I hej wanti ar all
it was -t.;l told
.'> saw in Rome and
<: ibed on< of the highlight: of
ship in Haifa and watching
. of new Israeli immigrants Th<
her talk all through lunch then off to the card
tables. Members of the regular Wednesday Can-
Club are Mrs Milton Jacobson. Mrs Harold
Malamud. Mrs Mason Schwartz. Mrs. Martin
Lundy, Mrs Jerome Jacoby. Mrs Maury Arond.
Mrs Edward Chase. Mrs. Herman Stein, and
Mrs Irving Bern.

JUNE IS FOR BRIDES
Mrs Edward Levine had a luncheon for her
ee, Joan Ackerman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs
William Ackerman, who is marrying Danny
Preuai on June 18 It was a linen shower, and
the guest list included mostly friends of the
' and her sister, Mrs. Ackerman. who had
known Joanie since she was a little girl. Joan,
in mint green, came to the Sorrento Restaurant
with a beautifully wrapped package thinking that
she was attending a shower for one of her brides-
maids. Ann VYeinstein. Color scheme of the lunch-
aces ...
eon was unusual The U-shaped table was all in
orange and yellow, the colors to be used for the
wedding. Most of the packages carried out the
same colors. Included in the guest list was the
bridal party, except for the bridesmaids who
haven't come home from college yet. Mrs. David
Taraboulos. who is matron of honor, was there.
as well as the groom's sisters. Mindy. the little
flower girl, and Ronnie, who is to be a junior
bridesmaid. Of course, the mother of the groom
and the mother of the bride were loving every
minute Among guests were Mrs. Nat Slotnik,
Mrs Sid Bergman, Mrs. Sam Rand. Mrs Julius
Schuimmer. Mrs Syd Steinhardt. Mrs Eva Taub.
and Mrs Rose Bressler
DID YOU KNOW?
Shirley and Sol Haber are having a grand
time They have company. Their son and his fam-
Dr and Mrs. Julian Haber. and their two
moppets are visiting from Foil Worth. Tex .
Looking for shells on the snow white beach at
Marco 1-iand were Marge Staiikr and Ronnj Bs-
i-"; rhe husbands. Max and Mickej respi lively,
oo much of the idea 'hey were
:
It wa at eightson that went ti
r thi sanx I wei
wen Mrs Jess Spirei Mr and Mrs
Maui. Finki loi Mr and M rs. Lou
and Ml ai ,i Mrs Lo
FISH! FISH! FISH!
It was a regular New Ensland Shore Dinner
at Westview Country Club on a Saturday night
Sea shells, sea horses and red-checkered table-
cloths and a real peppy band set the pace All
of the rooms were packed. The Hal Hornsteins
and their whole familv were there Large groups
included the tables of Mr. and Mrs Edward I.and.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ayares. and Ed Harris and
his bride-to-be. Gail Kay. Also seen were the
Melvin Chasens. the Stanley Segals and Mr and
Mrs. Clifford Perlman. The Samuel Kanns were
celebrating their 25th anniversary with a large
group of friends It rained, so that the dinner
had to be inside: in fact, the lights went out for
a while, but the hustle and bustle of lighting the
candles in order to see instead of just for decora-
tion was a little out of the ordinary and created
a stir
Frances Lchrman
At all '' Circle branch
meetii lents for the
Southern I iiti cc t<
be held Vu the Algiers
Hotel will be d
Workmt n's I Ircle Branch 28 will
'irate the 50th year of Sholem
AJeichem at its meet Friday,
8 p.m., at Miami Beach Federal.
775 Washington Ave Members will
read from various works by Shol-
em Aleichem.

Miami Workmen's Circle Branch
1050 will meet on Saturday, 8 p.m..
in the Easter Seal Rehabilitation
Center. 1475 NW 14th Ave Re-
ports of the national convention
will be given by Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Schuldiner. Closing meeting
tor the sea-on. buthaaya aim an...
versaries of the members will be
celebrated.
Merir Award tor
Miss Freedman
Barbara P. Freedman 17. a sen-
ior in Miami Coral Park Senior
High School, who has maintained
an A-average throughout her
school career, has received a
merit award from the Dairy Coun-
cil of South Florida.
The daughter of Mrs Dora
Freedman. 6366 SW 11th St., she
is founding president of Sunsettes
Service Club, has been secretary-
treasurer of the Pen and Sable Art
Honor Society for two years, is a
member of National Honor Soc-
iety, the recipient of several sch-
olarship awards, and is a member
of Hillel. B'nai B'rith Girls.
The Dairy Council has a continu-
ing program to honor meritorious
young people in Dade County.
Nominations can be sent to Agnes
Edwards. 1001 NW 7th St
Mi imi '' .
hold its (
.
Washingtoi I i
on' <:
given bj M
Meet Concludes Spring Program
Temple. Pythian Sis- included a recent class of ini
la, will meet on named in honor of Grand
8 p:. ..' 4',oi V. Mrs Bach.
.: for thl
- id( i a i g | traduced bj Mi Vi
anned bj Most E cellenl '-airman i nts will
\!i-. Richard, wheh be served by n
for Kashruth
for Quality
SUNDAY, JUNE 19th
FATHERS DAY GIFTS
NATURAL and ARTIFICIAL DESK PLANTERS
ASH TRAYS LIGHTERS
BLOSSOM SHOP
(Mercantile Notiercl Bank Building)
16"6 Washington Ave., Miami Beach CALL JE 2-3231
fhe perfect Salt
for Koshering
II your meat and fowl
MOND
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'Health and Happier Living'
The Road to Health and Hap-
pier Living" will be the tonic of
iecture by Dr Abraham Wolfson
before the Spinoza Forum
Adult Bducati l<>
am m thi :m of Wash-
ington Fed 123-1 '', ashii
Ave Thoma I id n is t
Tliis
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Sauce Is A
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But Chef
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Such FlaDor?
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toes, onions and spices, en-
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of pure olive oil. Great with
spaghetti, omelets, fish
meat loaf, too!
HAVE SCME SGONI
ERR
about
t>WN
gathered for yoy
Miriam Field
"By kindling the Sabbath ngte."
said a famous C hassidic teacSer. ,
kindle a great light above, and this
light drives out from our boates ,\\
oil, all sadaevs. all care. Eril, unlike
aoliness, it an iababitanl *f dark
places. But ith the Sabbart lights
we flhrariaw *ar hones with in. ,^
with peace.'
^Tt ilh richly poetic imogcr ..
lical passion the scholars p ,
Sabbath as a bride, a queer.. Trim
it with song and exaltatto- Bui
parents would greet the Sa'~-^-:- with
affectionate familiarity unr a Reb
Shabse"... which I can enl
inadequately, as "Mr. Sobbc
In honor of the Sabbath, r-j x- laJui
GUT SHABtOS CHALLEH
1 package Fleischmann's Act-in -' *nt
214 cups warm water (105 '.'.S FJ
2 tablespoons sugar 1 tab1;:: salt
lt cup Planters Oil 2 ejj; -
8 cups unsifted flour (about, '. -:
1 tablespoon water Poppy s?-:
Dissofie Klrischmann's TcaM Kim
water in larxe warm bowl. St*r in sugar,
salt. Planters Oil. eggs, half t-r rl"ur;
brut until smooth. Stir in en igh jddi-
lioaal Hour to make a slightl> I d<-u^h.
I urn .nit onto lichtli Houred board. kin.nl
until ^miHith and clastic, about 111 minutes.
Place in oilrd bowl. turnir_ il li p.
< over; let rise in warm dr.t'
until diHihk-d in hulk, ghoul I
Punch diMii^h d. n. Fun oof
Houred hoard. l>iMde into .
stupe each piu< into a I -
Braid thru of ihcM roils logi
a "drnt" don Kn rter of
Plan J fourth strip <,f d.Kiuh i
ftretching it lo th< knglb of
luk end-, of strip und.nx.u
Kiixat with tclliniag 4 sir.,
to maki a snd braid. Pla
halt lag ilwf ti t or:letrlaehi
free pl.i, t until douhled. ahout 45
( nmhinr egs >olk and iratcf: l-< this in
brush lops of braids. NprinkK
MCds, if dr*irrd, Hakt at 350 I
minutrs. or until done. Makes lo hmh
handsome <.ut Shbh.ps chalk
. feiti h,m I tasted foot
m tuoned. to /< lit ions, *
Roman governor, dining at '
the home oj RahbiJcshuab<>
")nur cooks must gin ":> I
secret." "H ehu\ea t c i ...'
replied Rabbi Ji>*hua. "wl
thi\ rare aroma out .
seasoning n called ih, Sal
Seasonings tangible and
flavor and crackle to chess-
FANCIFUL FARFEL
3 cups r*tttl '2 tsp sit *-
1 cup farfel ;4 cue c-
3 tbsps Planters 0: :: tsp '
x tsp dill seeds- tsp :
Measure water and salt mm .. saurcpai
and brinj; lo a boil. \dd farfel
uiHoii-rt-d. about It' minutes. Dr
! a skilk-t saute chopped onion III P
Oil until lender. I" dr.iin.d Iiri
saute'd onion. iaru.i> scids. d'H -"'
and pepper. Heal again, i' nccesv
\tak> rhrCC 10 l.-ur sjli-f>
r* ne ''' "' I '
prayers r> ike i
soliloquy reciu
house as ilit "'.'.' >'" '
sky ami m -i.". <'"'
hi'ht upon '/" Si vemh D'
Oj Abraham, nl Isaai twdoj
tays{in Yiddish, but of com >.
>our people Israel from a
the holy and beautiful Sobbc
away, max the < Wttk
health and sustenance, good
dellvertmce and consolation. Amen.
We at Standard Brands are honor..'
that our carefulls kosher product*.
like I'lanlers Oil and Fkiscfcoiann s
MarKarine. are ke> injsredients in tin
mt-icholini >ou s"
honor of the Sabbalh.
MANNA ABOUT TOWN
IS A STAND*R0 BRANDS EXCLUSIVE |,
EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE BRIGHT
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Friday June '." 1 ::5
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Brdes (ZLnge JVames *4JJ QO^J J^^'
Siny-r -Newman
5
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ttii 'd.
the i- tials n i bj r.:
Alfrei axman
Folio inn a trip along the East
Coasi cf Florida, the newlyweds
ill u\t at 9021 SW 52nd Si.
Tht -nde is the daugniL-i ol Mr
and ,iV:s, Nathan Newman, b'2i)l
SW 6c, : Ave:. and granddaughter
of Mr ;n.i Mrs William Retsk;n.
Miam: Beach. The bridegroom is
ilie sol of Mrs Marvin Sin
9021 SW 52nd St., ai:d the late Mr.
Singei. and gra- Is mi of Mrs. Edith
Coher and Mis. Sadie Singer,
Miam.'
Foi the. w>diirg. the bride
chose < n- Emuire gown accented
by a -.allop scoop neckline. The
A-lint oeau de sjie skirt had a
front ;antfl of lace embroidered
in see pear'; and soft folds of
peau S% sole filling to a chapel
length rain. The lace bodice was
ity.leci ith tapered sleeves, and
the ill i sun. veu..w js held by a lace
sese <>; tlined in seed pearls. She
carrier a smu'.i v. Lite Bible which
had *"-!onged to her paternal
grandi; "her.
. Jane' Singer, tlje groom's sister,
s'ervet' ; s maid >f hjnor, and Carol
Potast Elyse Kaber, Julia Haber
were : desma: 11
Bee! man yvjs Joel Eisenson.
and S;*ve Chain. Charles Reskin
and Michael Newman, the brides
brothc. serve) i- groomsmen.
Both- gradua'e- of Southwest
High, v-.e bride ^ a member ol
Futurv Business Lea lers of Amer-
ica. a"i Temple Zion USY Her
bridegicom attended the Univer-
sity oi Miami and Miami-Dade
Junior College, ind plans to enter
the I I ersitj il Florida.
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Beth El, Rochester, N. Y..
eth. daughter of Mr. and
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inder. -) if Mr. and Mrs.
Bund >: Philadelphia,
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ptials, i;: *'ed by Cantor
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floa: length white wed
n ot ;>ej;; Ie soie in the A
louette, imported French
-ated an inverted panel
e front, Alencon lace ap-
witl: tea enhanced the
rjodice i'il chapel-length
Dior l>>. jf matching fab-
the bouffant silk illusion
- carried a cascade of lily-
lley and roses,
ig as mati in of honor was
nar I th with Marlene
the bride's sister, maid
.r. Bridesmaids included
Rosenfetd, Abby Klein.
oldstein, and Fran Bundei,
m's s
man wa Bernard Cohen,
en G >- 1st (in, Martin Kio-
char.i J );ephs and Kc-n
tar ush I
;de :- i graduate of Miami
Iigh School, attended the
ity o: R I tester, and will
'. mpl ,'isity.
3undei pi fsently attends
Iversity of Pennsylvania
I comp i.' it his studies,
er wish Theologi-
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in-.. ike their home

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Mark Woifer was best man, ai
Col dark Schoepe, Lt. Tim West-
over, Col. Fred Wong, l.t. Bob He:
sler and I'aul Martinson ushered
A lOtiti graduate of the Univer-
sity of Miami, newlywed Mrs. Col
well belonged to Phi Sigma Sigma.
University Hostesses, Ibis Staff.
Angel Flight and student govern-
ment.
Son of Mrs. Tillie Colweil. of
Luverne. Minn., the bridegroom is
a 1964 alumnus of the United
States Air Force Academy, where
he was athletic letters squadron
leader.
Following a trip to New Or-
leans, Lt. and Mrs. Colweil will live
at Vance Air Force Base. Enid,
Okla.
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A high noon wedding at Temple
Ardmore Emanu-El united the former Robin
M*S. MIllS BUHDtS
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Friday. June 17
j-rancem
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Ann (Mrs. Gerald) Lewis was born in Bayonne. N.J..
the town of oil refineries and empty salad oil tanks. She
liked to read and play school with her two younger brothers
and sister. It was while she was at Radcliffe College that
she met the Harvard senior who had been dating her room-
mate. She and her roommate both understood how Ann
felt about him long before he did.
After Gerald graduated, he went
the army They became en-
[aged, were married, and Ann went
to Fort B.....i, Ga with him
to live That's where Patty, who
is nine now, w as boi n.
It was a ange, going to
live in a si IS tuthern town. Ger-
ald was a paratrooper then Today,
he's a captain with the Special
Forces in the National Guard and
wears the famous Green Beret.
After his time in the service, the
young couple went back to Cam-
bridge, where Gerald entered Har-
vard Law School and Beth Ellen
was born Following graduation,
live, where their third daughter.
ANN
thej came to Miami to
Susan w as born.
They have a lovely rambling Florida home, which is
lually coming under New England influences. Just
her Florida Room window was covered over
ki space for a fireplace the right size to roast marsh-
iws On the walls are marvelous old-time Bond Posters.
.....lutographed letter by Robert E Lee and the latest
acquisition, an autographed letter by Theodore Roosevelt
Ann is an expert in needlepoint and has done all of
the family's state flowers thej were all born ii diff< i I
- Slu also did Gerald's special Forces en st lie is so
id of it. he wants all then company to look at it first
Their only trouble Is that wall space seems to be running
out Ann doesn't have a green thumb In fact, she insists
that if she even walks by a bush, it withers
The Lewis family arrived in Miami in time for the
iidential election campaign. They joined the Young
Democratic Club and set to work at once. This year. Gerald
has just been installed as president. Ann is education di
r.etor of the Democratic Women's Club and was chosen
Woman Doer" in the field of Head Start and Political
Action. And last year, she was recording secretary for the
Women's Division of Jewish Family and Children's Service.
Ann has always loved politics. The closer it gets to
home, the more exciting it becomes. Now that the last six
months of campaigning are over, and Gerald is Democratic
nominee for State Representative, Ann feels she would
like to stay put for a while and rest and read but not
for long.
The three girls have been brought up to be aware of
what is happening in their home, as well as in the com-
munity and the world. Politics and the poverty program
are the most important topics discussed. The house over-
flows with books, and while the children are not pushed to
read, they are aware that they have a marvelous library
at their fingertips.
In addition to her other activities, presently Ann is
education director for the Florida Council on Public Rela-
tions. She is working with, as well as getting volunteers
for the Head Start Nursery Volunteer Tutoring Program.
.Ann feels keenly the desire that all children should have
the same advantages as her own. The more she sees, reads
and does in the poverty program, the more she feels that
it is as exciting and as explosive as the American Revolu-
tion She feels that now is the time for the evele of poverty
to be broken. Future Rep. Gerald Lewis agrees entirely

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Ellen Sheffman and Joseph Philip
Barack on Tuesday, June 14. A re-
ception at the Crystal House fol-
lowed the ceremony performed by
Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
Future home for the couple will
be in Pittsburgh. Pa., where the
address will be 6235 Fifth Ave.
Honeymoon destination was Ocho
i Rios. Jamaica.
Daughter of Mrs. Samuel Sheff-
man, 1420 16th St.. the bride se-
lected a white crepe frock with all-
over appliques.
A graduate of Miami Beach High
and the University of Miami, she
served as president of Delta Phi
Epsilon Sorority, and was a mem-
ber of the Honors Program and of
Panhellenic Council.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mrs Samuel B. Barack. of Pitts-
burgh, attended University School
in Pittsburgh, and earned a BBA
:< ree at the University of Miami.
Ii.' is a past president of Phi Bp-
silon Pi Fraternity. Big Brother of
Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority, and a
er of Interfraternity Coun-
'i honors member of the
Business School.
Markowitz Kranzler
Elaine I Kranzler and Bernard
R Markowitz wire married on
Sunday. June 12. in the chapel at
Temple Enianu-El
The bride is the daughter Of Mr
and Mrs. Herbert Kranzler. 1940
Coral Gate Dr Parents of the
bridegroom are Mr and Mrs. Max
Markowitz, 724 Coral Way.
New Mr.- .Markowitz is a gradu-
ate ol the University of Florida.
Her bridegroom is a graduate of
Brooklyn College.
On their return from a honey
moon in Puerto Rico, the couple
will live in North Miami
Epel Warmbrand
Now on a honeymoon in Europe,
the former Penny Engrid Warm-
brand and Arnold Epel exchanged
marital vows on Sunday, June 12.
with Rabbi Eugene Labovitz of-
ficiating. Temple Ncr Tamid was
the setting for the early afternoon
ceremony, which was followed by
a reception in the temple The
newlyweds will live in Miami.
For the wedding, the bride se-
lected hand-embroidered organ-
za over a satin Aline gown with
chiffon train, and carried white or-
chids and stephanotis on a prayer
book. Her attendants were Gail
Schierloh. maid of honor. Sally
Ruskin. Donna Natale. Robin
Cashvan and Paula Perez, brides-
maids.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edel-
stein. 8030 Crespi Blvd.. new Mrs.
Epel is a graduate of Miami Beach
Senior High and attended Miami-
Dade Junior College. She was an
usherette for the Miami Beach
Auditorium, and a member of De-
bate Club and Sorrota Service
Club. She is a receptionist for an
insurance agency in Coral Gables, i
The bridegroom, an X-Ray,
technologist, is now attending the!
University of Miami School of
Medicine. He previously attended
the University of Havana Medical
School and the University of Il-
linois.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Epel-
baum, of Chicago, he had Harvey
Trautenberg as best man. Alan
Edelstein. Barry Foster. Barry
Lovenworth and Ira Schmidt were
groomsmen.

Golden Werner
The Dupont Plaza Hotel was the
.setting for the nuptials uniting
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with Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard
officiating. A reception followed
the ceremony
Wearing a g /n of candlelight
peau de soie and carrying roses.
stephanotis and lily-of-the-valley,
the bride had Mrs. David J. Wer-
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Frame and Annette Vajda served
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deration held its 28th annual
Tieetinn and victory supper danee
Saturday evening in the La Ronde
Room of the Fontainebleau Ho-
tel. Chairman for the evening
was Harry I!. Smith. Wife Mar
lyn sang ;i Clever parody to open
:he meeting in a porcelain blue
ce sheath with a matching coat
Mrs Max Meisel chose a white
Bde sheath with a decollete
i ecMine and a matching
Shocking pink was worn by
Mrs Mbeit Ossip. Her two-piece
-...:- Hi French silk ribbon with
the overblouse having an inter-
! scalloped treatment Mrs
' t i | Shapiro's linen had a
white bodice with the long torso
nl Her skirt was nav>
with permanent pleats, and her
hurgandy jacket was lined in
. .. and white polka dots.
Mrs. Richard l.itt chose a white
is ed cotton brocade sheath
ith a matching double-breasted
jacket. Ice green and turquoise
.'H
combined in the cut velvet worn
by Mrs George Stern. A matching
stole covered the decolletaye.
and her pearls were brought back
from a recent trip to the Orient.
Mrs. Oscar J. Mannen's mini
green brocade sheath- bad a
matching jacket with a small
stand-up collar. Black chiffon
was the choice of Mrs. Florence
Kupperman. Her neckline was
the draped COW] both front and
her skirt was the classic
bouffant
Black silk organza tombed with
white wa- Mrs, Louis Schwartz-
man's < i; ice for the dance it
featured the tailored whit" collar
licit Softly executed with a
portrait neckline and cuffs in
white silk organza, Mrs, Solomon
Schiff's yellow silk cocktail suit
had a white lace bodice and cut
; ua> jacket. A powder blue '-ilk
suit was worn by Mrs. Max Weitz.
Mrs .U;n C. Lehman was in yel-
low with radiating lines from a
semi-COwled neckline. White silk
was selected by Mrs. David Ser-
nacker. Her sheath had an illus-
ion neckline and a jeweled collar.
Mrs. Sam Luby Jr., was striking
in a multi-colored print sheath
and jacket completely covered
with matching colored sequins.
Black chiffon with a flowing pan-
nier was worn by Mrs. Morris
Levitt. Black was also the choice
of Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers.
Mrs. Danniel Neal Heller was in
white silk alpaca with bows
placed low over the hips in the
long torso silhouette. The skirt
was gathered with controlled full
ness. Mrs. Meyer Baskin's chiffon
featured multi-colored bouquets
of spring flowers over both the
shift and matching jacket. Mrs.
Bella Baskin chose a powder blue
lace with a fitted bodice and A
line skirt
* *
Blues, greens and a touch of
charcoal blended into the silk
print worn by Mrs. Herman How
ard. A matching print on chiffon
created the pannier attached to
one shoulder, Miss Barbara Jarvis
wore a white silk crepe w'th
diagonal inserts beginning al the
hipline to create the fullness in
her skirt. Mrs. Howard A i se
lected a sapphire blue and white
prinl in the scroll motif. Her
sheath had a matching stole
Shocking pink silk chiffon was
worn by Mrs. Arthur Roth. Her
fitted bodice was encircled at the
waistline with satin, and her full
skirt was accordian pleated Mrs.
Marshall Harris chose chiffon in
ombred pinks. The long-sleeved
blouson bodice had a sol; high
neckline. Mrs. Ben Esen cl.....
black silk organza with fluffed
softness for sleeves
Dr. Heath at Helm
Of Pythian Unit
Dr. Jack Heath was elected
chancellor commander of the
George Gershwin Knights of Pyth-
ias Lodge for the term beginning
July 1.
Elected to serve with him were
the following officers: Dr. Gus
tave Fistel, vice chancellor; Mich-
ael Smith, prelate; Sidney Syna.
master-at-arms; David Gross, mas-
ter at work; Oscar Kantor, secre
tary; Milton Hurwitz, financiaL
secretary; Sam Horowitz, treas-
urer; Harvey Richman, inner
guard; Alan Teplitz, outer guard.
Harry Herman, lodge deputy; Max
Kaminski. trustee.
On Saturday evening, outgoing
officers and board members will
be honored at ceremonies in the
Casablanca Hotel to begin at 7:3ft
p.m.
Next regular meeting will be
held Monday, .Line 20. 7:30 p.m..
at the Surfside Community Center
Plans for the installation of the
newly-elected officers, to be held
on Jlllj 4th. Will be discussed.
Mrs. Hariy B. Smith, chcir-
mnn of the arranqrments
com:n:iteo f"r the Combined
] .. -n Arpsal victory surper
danre at the Fc:;t.-.incb!ecu
Hc!e". lest Saturdcv night.
IS a s-uipris,? musical sal-
ute t? volunteers.
I prides L-^hancjc ^JMames ^^faa f^rcud <^/Vlrs.
Continued from Preceding Page
Hotel. Vddress will be 1423 Clifl
. y Rd Nl-
The bride i< the former Cathe-
rine .loan Fromberg. daughter of
Mrs. Miles Fromberg, 1788 Mar-
seille Dr. The bridegroom is the
50n of Mr and Mrs. Louis Smith,
(f Atlanta.
Rabbi Maxwell Berger offici-
ated at the ceremony which was
U llowed by a reception in the As-
st mbly Room of the hotel.
The bride chose a gown of white
< hantilly lace with camclot coat,
and carried a cascade of orchids
Honor attendants were Mrs. Har-
vey Fine and Rachelle I'iel. Mrs.
Sydney Kaminsky and Mrs. Jack
Wolfe served as bridesmaids.
New Mrs. Smith has a degree
in education from the University
<)f Miami, and will teach in At-
lanta. Her -bridegroom attended
the University ol Georgia, and is
now with the U.S. Royal Tire Co.
Lewis Smith served as his best
man, and ushers included H. Fine,
Nathan Walberg, Ronald Gerson,
Stanly Miles, Michael Silverstein
and Russell Smith.
The couple chose Nassau for
their honeymoon.
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flam Jablo
The chapel at Temple Beth
Snolom served as the setting for
ihc marriage of Marilyn Sue
.lablo and Dr. Ronald B. Flam on
Saturday, May 28. Rabbi Leon
Kronish officiated at the 7 p.m.
double ring ceremony, under an
umbrella canopy of white and ycl
low fuigi mums. A reception at tin
Crystal House followed in honor of
the newlyweds

For th< nuptials,
ed a ri emJ I chantilly lace.
long-sli c ovi a silk chif-
fon sh< r>?h 1 hi lusion bouffant
veil was he'd with i. matching
headt ii i < S le ca rri< d h r con-
firmation Bibie covered with a cas-
cade ol phaelanopsis orchids.
Continued on Page 10-B
Gulfstream Open
For Summer Tovr
Gulfstream Park opened Mon-
day in its rule ol a summertimi
tourist attraction that lures thou
Fands of visitors
Admission is free, and visitors
are treated to post cards, color
brochures and other souvenir
items, plus a self-guided tour at
no charge. Children are admitted
when accompanied by an adult
The track is open seven days a
week from It) a.m. to 4 p.m.
"We have found many peoi-l.
who visit South Florida in 'An
summer never have been to this
area during our meeting and are
curious to see what we have tc
tffer," Jimmy Donn Jr.. Gulf-
stream president, said.
Gulfstream visitors find beauti
fully-landscaped grounds that
Louse a vaned assortment of trop
leal Howers and trees, the famed
Garden of Champions, a unique
English walking ring and the
miniature Suwannec River Queen
replica of the traditional river
boats.
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MRS. MARK COlDfN
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack L. Jablo. 4525
Adams Ave. The new Mrs. Flam
is a graduate of Miami Beach
Senior High and the University of
Florida. She received her Master's
degree in library, science at Col-
umbia University, and taught in
New York Junior High School.
She is a member of Sigma Delta
Tau Sorority.
Wem< r Kahn
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Francine Kaufman served as maid
of honor
m is the son of Mr
and Mrs Isadora Plant, lioo No.
Shore U: Serving m a lieutenant
in the l d States Navy, station-
ed at Mayport, Fla.. he gradui
: Beach Senior High.
sit) 'if Miami, and Iniver-
;. Florida College of Medi-
Dr. Flam computed his in-
terns laokSOD Memorial H -
a past president of
TV Phi Fraternitj
served as his broth-
with Mark Jablo.
..s usher.
thi kteditemn-
m and his bride will
die
Stewm Winters
bodia and Ban.kuk a ill be
the extended wed
the Orient taken by Mr ar.d
Mrs Alan M SJewett who
June 11 in T'-mple Beth
S
'- sed in 1 Philippines
ather is dental
r Tonya it
ter o! Dr .
i S S Winti : Sh<
ersit; I M
\ pha Epsilon Phi S
Mr and Mrs N'athai
5055 C lins Vve., the bi i
ler, attei
S ithen i Ucge He be-
Epsilon I'd; Fral
tj and Interfraternity Council.
holds memberships in the Op-
St Club of Miami Beach and
Civic League >( Miami Beach.
For the wedding ceremony, new
W.-rn.-r K;ilm
MM. BARRY KATIEN
Mrs Slewett wore a three-niece
-uit and orchids. She was attended
by Carol J Winters, and Fli>ber'
David Slewett served as the b. I
Groom's bost man.
New address for the cou:>
be 1040 ME 78th Rd
Sckoenield Lutes
A reception and. dinner
iers Hotel followed tin
there of Barbara Ruth Lut< -
Dr. Frank Barry Scho n
Thursday. June 9 Rabbi i
Kronish periormed the 7 pjn. I
mony.
Now honeymooning in Yot
Park. Dr SchoeiWeld and his bride
will live in San Francisco
Daughter of Mr and Mrs. John
Gordon Lutes, of Chicago, the
bride attended schools in Illinois
>he graduated from Dak Pack and
River Forest Hmh and attended
v mca. l City Junio:
For the nuptials, she .selected a
sown of silk linen with reembroid-
ered lace It was fashioned with an
Kmpire waist. Kabuki sleeves, and
tloorlength mantilla The bridal
bouquet combined roses and lily-
of-the-valli:
A" 'he couple wi
Susanna Mender, Dr
E gem I. Schoenbeld,
'.'ier. and William Lutes, hroth-
i!' of the brii
I>:- Schoenfeld is a gradual
Miami Bi ach Huh. earned .< BA
degree at the University id Cali-
:a ,r.\(] Ins medical degree at
Northwestern School ol Mediant
in Chicago. A member of Phi D.-lta
Epsilon Fraternity, he i-
his internship at Kaiser Hospital
in San Francisco.
Katien Steinbook
Crowned in candlelight peau de
-.oi,' with laee. and carrying wh'te
roses and lily-of-the-\ alley. Judith
i arol Steinbook became the bride
of Barry .1 Katzen mi Saturday
i \ i ning, June 11.
The Eden Roc Hotel was the
th< erei y condui
by Rabbi In ing I c hrman, and a
ption and dinner I hoi o
the newIjmeds folio \ d at
moon
Parents ol tin eo
and Mrs Sol B Stei o
Meridian Ave at I Mi i
idan Ave
].'.
ml n atron of honor l.inda
Tannenbaum, Mrs .hi! Katzen and
Judith Zebits. Dr, Melvyn Katzen
served as best man, anil Dr Rich-
ard Steinbook. Dr. Vario Vidaillet,
Lawrence Kat/.en. Arnold Staloff
and Richard Rubin ushered.
Both graduates of Miami Reach
High, the bride attended the Uni-
versity of Florida and will receive
a degree from the University of
Miami in July. She is a member of
several educational organizations.
Her bridegroom attended Emory
University and the University of
Miami and will enter UM Medical
School in the fall. His affiliations
include Alpha Epsilon Pi Fratern-
AU. n Id
WK. RONALD HAM
lty. Delta Theta Mu. academic hon
orarj Alpha Epsilon Delta, pre
medical honorary, and his name
thi Dean- List
Peterseil Glassman
A h p.m cert nony on Sunday,
June 1-. united the former ( > u
Glassman and Joseph Peterseil at
the Carillon Hotel, where a recep-
tion loll iwed the nuptials Ral bi
Mayer Abramowitz officiated.
On their return from a we
trip to Jamaica, the newlywcds
will h\e at 850 Palm Springs Mile,
Hialeah.
Daughter of Mr. and Mis.
Michael Glassman, 1681 Bay Rd..
the bride was attended by Lila
Neckin
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs Samuel Peterseil, 7525
E Treasure Dr.. and had Dennis
Rosia a- ix'sj man.
Now teaching at Palm Sprit
Elementarj School and working
. M.i -ier- degn e at Barrj
Mr Peti rseil i- an
\ en y and the
L"i mi-' ol M i.i in i His iiri le is
Ian.
even ner K.tim
MRS. ALAN SLtWlTT
W. n
MRS. fKANK SCHOENflLJ
Po'ler Blumenkrans
lion and dinner at the
feted newlyweds
Mr. and Mrs Neale .1 Poller fol
lowing ihe:'- marriage there on
Thursdaj. .lone n
The bride is the former Ellen
Blumenkranz, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Herman Blumenkran/. 8927
Emerson Ave Her bridegroom is
the .son of Mr and Mrs Sidney
Poller. 5101 Collins Ave
For the evening ceremony, with
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz officiating,
the bride selected a silk organza
gown trimmed with alencon lace
and seed pearls, and carried a
white Bible covered with white or-
chids. She was attended bv Nancy
Blatt.
A graduate of Miami Beach

vv ,
MRS. JOSEPH PtJtRSHL
High, new Mrs Poll
tended the l.'niversitj ol Fl
Mr. Poller Is also an alumnus ol
Miami 1'.. ach Senior High Follow-
ing his graduation from Florida
Atlantic Senior College in August
he will enter the Universltj of
Miami School ol Law Peter Poller
served as his best man
On their return from a trip to
Nassau, the newlyweds will live
at 6930 Rue Yendome
Raskin Kvrtzman
In a double ring candlelight
ceremony on Sunday, June 12, at
Temple Beth Sholom. Rae Sue.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
Kurtzman, I130 Marseilles Dr. be-
MRS. NLALl F-OLLIR
I '
of Mr and Mrs
I Pa
Kronish officiated
Given in man iag< b> her
Ihe In ide w ore a
ol alencon laee 1
scalloped neckline
a wrist point, and I tied dice
The sheath skirt fi atun d 1 I
train and she carried hi
fn mation Bible topped witl
roses
For the wedding, carried ut in
yellow and white, her hoi
tendants were her sister, rei e
Kurtzman. and Mrs. ,j ne s
Triana, the groom's sister ;
Continued on Following Paq

MRS. MICHAU RASKIN
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scotch pudding mil
Vi tablespoon peanut butter
1 cup milk
In mixer or blender thoroughly
pudding mix. peanut butter and '.
milk Gradually blend in remaining milk.
Cnill before serving.
Drpam up your own
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me Jtyriaes Chanae ^ Li,,,^
-o*d from Preceding Page
Includi d .iill Raskin. Ihe
i, sister, Sharon 11 rti anil
darks.
bridegroom's best man \ ileyei and Peter Julian,
IVeil .aid Alan Berman
ushers.
. \ Mrs. i; a skin graduate from
......-in High School in Chicago
attended the University ot H
ois and received a BA degree
thi University OJ Florida She
earning (faster of Arts ai the
jity ot Miami, and is teach-
al North Miami Junior II1 :i>
Raskin is a graduate ol
i in Beach High, attended Ihe
.;;, (it Florida, and ice. ed
ree from The University ol
i mi Me i^ in Ins junior year at
. Medical School. He i- a
Hi Pi Lambda Phi
Kappa Kappa, mi
rn.il dinni i
I.:
Miller Mancino
liter of Mi
i .
of I
1J. ai B
I .
icia ed at the l p.m. ci remon;
bi; li naid ol honor was
ister, .in Mancino. II. Jack
llei served as his brother's he-*
an. They are the sons i)i Mr. and
ilrs Hen Miller. 2381 SW list Tei
\ treet-length ensemble of
hit* crepe wts the bride's choice
: tin nuptial- The white late
oat was styled with a crepe bo
' the neckline A white rose petal
llbw holding the net veil com-
i i the outfit
.Mr- Miller is a gradua r
i Miai ii .lack-, n High and atte I
, mi I inior College
Miller i- a graduate ol
il Dade J nioi i ol
orsil;
a his a' the I
n School, "i
He wi
. ,i for : years in Nun n
;ern while with the
I s a- mj. compli'
, dencj in ophthalmology at
lackson Memorial Hospital.
Following .' six month stay in
Sew York City, the newlyweds will
etum to live in Miami
Ac ath Yeshurun
Sets Youth Center
Groundbreaking
Sam Ratner. uencral chairman
.,i the Temple Adath Yeshuriin
building committee, announced
i hat groundbreaking ceremonies
for the planned Youth Center i>
scheduled for 10 a.m., Sunday, at
kilt. NF. Miami Gardens Dr., No
Miami Beach
IK.- $30,000 youth and teen-age
t' elite- will have an inside caparitv
ol 300, will he completed air-con-
ditioned, and will provide cvten
sivc athletic, recreational and edu
. mal facilities, including
lields ar I special activities are; s,
as well a- a year-round planned
program ot dances, workshops, v r
vices, meetings and other events
Rabbi Samuel R. Stone said
he was "most gratified at the
enthusiastic response expressed
by the congregation and friends
in this project."
The 51)0 cement blocks needed
(or the basic structure are being
purchased at SU) each by support-
ers, who will have the name of a
child or grandchild placed on a
special "500 Club" wall plaque to
be luuiy in the center.
In connection with the ground-
hreaking ceremonies, there will be
s Mei s Club breakfast, to which
many notables have been invited
Crippled Jots to Benefit
AniU Miller Circle held a card
^arty lues., at "20 West We
Proceeds gQ to (rippled Children
Home at UmatUla, Fla.
State JWV Cites
Aux. Members
Florida Jew
ish War Veterans, Posts and Aux
1 h Id their joinl annual
June 10 in i.: ;,t ii,,.
l1, ivillc Hotel.
Mrs Herman Lazarus, president,
Miami Beach Auxilian. i nrn
that the following past presidents
were elected: Mrs. Harrj Di k. .
state department historian; .Mrs
Sall> Levy, stale department eon
ductress.
Mrs Herman Sokolow was
named 'Woman of the Year' and
presented with a trophy, and Mrs,
Maurice Weinman, first runner up
in the membership contest, was
named "Queen Bee."
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Rabbi Glixmciti
"s Ouest Speaker
1 id ol Temple <> Olom
is hoi.i ng ii monthl) mi ".ii"-: en
i..in' i>; in the
am II .' i n. pro ram
nan. will introduce
i
Presentation of the Rabbinical Ai n of Greater Miami
Jacc n Scholarship Av ;de by Dr. Max A.
lent of the Rabbii
w Rube], of Te Met 3nd Barbara A.
ner, of C( entation
B of Jew

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Members of the Temple Beth Sholom Religious School Confirmation Class
of 5726 are Murray Alan Baker. Bertha Rachel Blumberg, Michael Paul Davis.
Sylvia P. Don. Denise Gail Edelman. Marjorie Jane Ett. Monica Robin
Fleischman. Stephen Foreman. Jill Louise Goldman, Richard Vincent Gray.
Cathy G. Greene. Gail Ceceiel Grossman, David B. Hamilton, Steven Hendel.
Mark Alan Hershey, Valerie Jonah. Monica Sybil Kahn, Mitchell Jay Kinzer.
Maxine Hope Kronish. Sherry Levine. Mark Alan LLbow, Susan Rae Marks,

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Donna Sue Meitus, Barbara Ann Miller. Sherri Helene Miller, Marilyn June--
Mittentna. Susan M. Newman. Susan Lee Oopenheimer, Susan Joyce Otchin
Meredith Sue Porte, Gerald Arthur Racotf. Elizabeth Loretta Rosenbera. Lort
Russ, Caren Ina Saphirstein. Wayne Brent Schonfeld, Tim Louis Sharoe
Janet Lynn Speckert, Judy Harriette Sussman, Judith Ellen Topol. Amy Sue
Warren. Edward Wissner. Jeril Randal Young.
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INCREASE SLIGHT BUT STEADY
School Registration on Rise
Registration in the Jewish
schools of Greater Miami and
Hollywood shows a continuing
though small Increase for the
.chool year, according to an an-
nouncement by Joseph Cohen, out-
going president of the Bureau of
Jewish Education
The total unduplicated registra-
tion for 1965-66 shows an increase
of 642 students. The total regis-
tration in all departments of 11.-
189 is a slight increase over the
total registration in 1964-65
The registration figures reveal
an increase in the preschool (953
ver 8:Wi and Hebrew School De-
partments i4.773 over 4.660) of the
Jewish schools, with a slight de-
crease in the Sunday School De-
partments ,5.463 over 5.578).
The registration figures thus in-
dicate a continuing trend toward
more intensive Jewish education
and .i trend toward greater re-
gistration of girls in the more in-
ii!: ive Hebrew Departments. In
1964-1965. a total of 1.551 girls
re : tfistered in the Hebrew De-
partments. Figures for this year
show a registration of 1.665. Both
the genera] increase in registra-
tion and the two trends of greater
"egistration in the Hebrew Depart-
ments and greater registration of
girls follow the pattern of the past
year.
Cohen declared that "because of
lack of a recent Jewish population
study m Miami, it is impossible to
tabulate accurately how many
Jewish children between the ages
of 4 and 16 currently live in the
Greater Miami and Hollywood
area
"Therefore, it is difficult to es-
timate the number ot potential
Students in the area who may not
be receiving any form of Jewish
education."
Nudelman Gets
Top BB Position
With National
Herman Nudelman has received
a presidential appointment as na-
tional commissioner of the Com-
munity and Veterans Service Com-
mission of B"nai B"ri'h.
Nudelman is organizer and cur-
rent president of Freedom Lodge.
B'nai B'rith. He is a past presi-
dent of Deer Park B'nai Birth
I-odge of Chicago and the Chicago
Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges, and
is also a member of the Advisory
Board of the National Membership
1 labinet.
Nudelman has been well-known
foi his membership activity for
many years.
ZOA Cruise
Set on Shalom
South Florida Districts of the
Zionist Organization of America
will sponsor the inaugural cruise
of the SS Shalom from South Flor-
ida to the Caribbean, according to
Albert K. Ossip, chairman ot the
ZOA President's Council.
The nine-day cruise on the
Shalom will leave from here on
Nov. 17 and return on Nov. 26.
Reservations for the cruise are
being handled by the ZOA office,
1370 Washington Ave and by San:
Rosenkranz. of Bon Voyage Tours
1074 No Miami Beach Blvd.. North
Miami Beach.
Early reservations are suggested
for the first sailing of the SS
Shalom from South Florida to St
Thomas. San Juan. St. Maarten and
Guadeloupe.
Srhonl
Adath Yeshurun
i.i 3 Congr eg,t an
Beth 1 Congregation
dotn Moeha Congregation
Beth Israel Congregat un
Beth Jacob Congregat ion
Beth Kodesh Congragation
Beth Tor ah Congreg.it i an
Cong. B'nai Riphael
raroand School
H igler Granada J*>ifth C".
Hebrew Academy
Hebrew High School
Iaraelite Center
Kne&ath Israel Cong.
'. High School
SVy laka Synagogue
Tamp-.- Beth Tov
Teeiple 3>th i-
Temple Bath-El, MallyM*!
Temole Beth Shirer.
Toewle Beth Shole<-, Moll,.
Teeiple Beth Sholow, M.3.
TerepU B'n*)i Sholo"
'-u-fl, Ft. ->-!.
T~v-le Israel
T-rvl- Jujea
Temple Uno- .h
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Tempi-. I :-
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mil, ho M y* *3 J
"emple 1 ifwf .' -
T~T'.e rifrth Jaoob
Terv'e tinrr.
It I :I 11
Vn^ng Israel of 3r. Hiari
Temple Israel of Miryiar
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179 36 215
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25 3 26
245 210 455
52 67 119
20 II 31
38 21 59
32 32
10 2 12
52 23 75
192 69 261
24 23 47
26 15 41
50 26 73
132 142 274
32 13 45
156 70 ."5
24 6 30
95 21 l|6
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112 55 16'
134 26 160
115 53 163
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Habib Receives Economics Prize
Jack I Habit), a senior at
Brandeis University, received the
Morris and Anna Feldberg Prize
v. economics for outstanding abil-
t' at the university's annual
awards banquet. He was recently
lected to Phi Beta Kappa.
The son of Mr. and Mrs Balph
Habib, of 7rW5 Abbott Ave he was
freshman class president, president
of the Brandeis Chapter 'i tli-- '<
tionaJ economic honor societ)
senior teaching assistant in >
ontics and an assistant resid
counselor.
Habib. who will attend Uarvar
Graduate School in the fall. I
ceived a Woodrow Wilson
ate fellowship, a National Sc:er.
Foundation Fellowship and fo
year graduate fellowships fi
Harvard and Vale Unit trsitles
He is a graduate of Yeshu
versit) High School m Ne V r
City, where he was juiiioi
president, vice presidenl
student council, and mai
i ditor ot the yearbook
Co-educational Bran.lei- I
sity, established In 1948. has 2.23
students, more than 300 '
members and 18 fradual
merits
! graduation ext
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Judge Spaet
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Circuit Court lud
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Nicaragua President Addresses JWV
i,
i
'];< arance at the
i- nvention ol the 11
to Florida, Jewish War
of the U.S.A., ;ti the
U Hotel last weeken I,
. f state of the Republic ol
.' i, President i; e n e e
k. told 5C(i delegates al the
. invention:
It Israel is invaded by her Arab
.ijlhbors who new threaten her.
N caragua and all the nations of
the Western hemisphere should
, nd will rise as one to defend Is-
ael."
President Schick has just re-
turned from an dTficlal tour of the
lewifh State.
"Israel is a new culture, a
meeting olace of the Western
.nd Eastern hemispheres,'' he
declared. "After seeing the beau-
tiful cities of Israel and the
fruits of her people's labors, I
could see that the prophecies of
Moses are being fulfilled because
of the genius of the Jewish peo-
ple "
Praising the Jewish War Veter-
ans. President Schick expressed
his confidence "that JWV will con-i
tinue to enlarge its help and sup-1
port for the "heroic and courage- i
ous peoples of Israel."
As a Catholic. Schick said, he.
was so moved by the monument to'
the six million Jews liquidated by1
.Nazi Germany, that when a guard '
tainted during his visit, the Pres-
ident took his place for a time.
Expressing his personal grati-
tude for the hospitality shown him i
in Israel by President Shazar. \
Foreign Minister Abba Eban. and
others. Schick emphasized his hope
for peace throughout the world,
but reminded JWV that "we have;
to be militarily strong to insure
peace.'"
Attending the JWV conven-
tion as representatives from
Nicaragua with President Schick
were Dr. Alionso Ortega, Minis-
ter of Foreign Affairs, and Her-
man Arcstegui, press secretary
of the Central American Repub-
lic
A so -i. pearinf was Cong Claude
ho 1< \ ealed that he and
Ryan, ol New York. ,.t
terni ast week in W ashin I
a rid< r into the foreign
aid bill to prevent the Nasser re-
-.::. from receiving foreign aid
t enefits "because of Egypt's sabre-
rattling in the Middle East."
Recalling Florida JWV's Viet
Nam Patriotic Rally held in Janu-
ary. Pepper commended the Jew-
ish veterans' support of the admin-
istration, He reminded the veter-
ans, based upon the history of Hit-
ler's rise to power, "that aggres-1
sion must be stopped early and
Pic-sident Rene Schick of Nicaragua (seated left) listens to
Brig. Gen. Jose Mario Tercero (standing), commander-in-chief
of the Armed Forces of Nicaragua, as Dade Metro Mayor
Chuck Hall looks on at the 28th annual meting of the
Florida Department oi the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.
echt*-T Cor il
r vice con
i Arthui A Sele< an, No Mia
:ond junior vice com
mandcr Ralph Rosofsky, Miami,
1 \ " Surl ide three year trustee
Receiving awards were Edwin
Feibelman, Miami, the Julius
Deulsch Award, as "outstand-
ina veteran," Lecn Silverman,
Hialeah, Hirry H. Cohen Award,
"cutstanc' ng five-year service to
his post;" and Norman Bruce
Brown Poif 174, the Historian
Award.
Post membership awards went
in Broward County Post 613, Hia-
leah-Miami Springs Post 681, West
-Miami Post 223, and Abe Ader
Post 246 of St. Petersburg
Seminar themes at the 20th an-
nual convention centered around
the themes of extremism, the radi-
cal right, aid Americanism.
'
IRVING M. COOPIRMAN
must be met with force and deter-
mination."
At the convention, a special ban-
quet was given in honor of Jack
Berman. of Hollywood. Fla.. retir-
ng JWV commander, at which
President Schick. Cong. Pepper.
Dade County Mayor Chuck Hall
and Miami Beach City Councilman
Mel Richard spoke.
A special report was given by
Rabbi Alfred Waxman. of Temple
Zion. honored "for his ten years
of service as part-time Jewish
chaplain to the Veterans Adminis-
iration Hospital in Coral Gables."
Rabbi Waxman called upon JWV
o help furnish a Jewish chapel in
.he new 1,080-bed VA Hospital in
Miami, which will be opened to
Florida veterans bv the fall of:
1067.
lit (ailing that JWV had furnish-
ed smh a chapel at the Gables hos-
pital, Berman promised Rabbi
Waxman "thai a special commit-
. I I ii ap| ointed to bring the
proj cl to fruition."
A special Friday evening reli-
nk _s service was conducted by
H-bbi Morris fkop, assisted by
Past JWV Florid* Co.nmander,
Ca.-.tcr Emaruel Mandel. Theme
for the religious service was set
by Pest National Commander
Daniel Neal Heller, of Miami
Beach, who delivered the princi-
pal address.
Heller called upon JWV mem-
bers "to petition your Congress-
men to support President John-
son's pending civil rights legisla
tion in view of the cowardly act
committed in Mississippi, w !n n
Pont Graduates With Top Honors
civil rights marcher James Mere
dith was shot in the back."
Heller also commended Pres-
ident Johnson's determination "ag-
gressively to pursue America's
committment in Viet Nam not-
withstanding the pollsters who|
question the President's popular-
ity on the Viet Nam issue."
Heller also expressed indigna-
tion at the French Government on
behalf of all American veterans,
"and on behalf of the memory of
the 185.000 American GI's killed
n France in two World Wars be
cause of France's refusal to con-
tinue to accord suitable military '
honors to our fallen American
comrades-in-arms."
The Florida Jewish War Vcter-,
ans elected the following officers
to serve for the next year:
Irving M. Cooperman. of Miami
".each, commander; James Stern.
West Miami, senior vice command-
Edwin Pont, 17-year-old son of i
Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Pont, 2101
SW 4th Ave., graduated from Coral
Gables Senior:
ligh School on \
.londay evening,
une 6.
Pont won many
lwards d u r i n g t
s school years. I
|He has been an!
ion or student'
;nd never miss-j
d the Honor
toll.
This year, he
was presented:
with the Dairy:
Council Merit
Award "for outstanding activi-
ties and exemplary leadership."
Pont plays violin in the school or-
chestra for which he has recently
won a gold key as concert orches-
tra treasurer.
Pont also belongs to L'Allegro
Music Honor Society and the Para
Medical Club for future doctors.
He plans to enter the University
of Miami in September, where he
will work toward a degree in
medicine.
POHT
JWV Award
To Silverman
Jewish War Veterans Depart-
ment of Florida has presented the
Harry H. Cohen Award, highest
honor given for "outstanding serv-
ice on post level." to Leon Silver-
man,' of Hialeah Miami Springs
JWV Post 681.
Mr. and Mrs. Silverman will be
honored at the Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing services at Temple Tifereth
Jacob on Friday. June 24, hosted
by the Sisterhood.
-*n
Temple Judea pells present plant t<"> St. Gecrge Orthodox
Church. George Elias Jr., president of the St. George Orthodox
Church, signs the aareement of sale for the building at the
present site at 320 Palermo Ave.. Coral Gcbles. with Joseph
Krefetz, president of Temple Judea, looking en. Temple Judec
is complelinc construction of a new sarctuciy end religious
school ct Grenada Blvd. and Sc. Dixie Hw ch should be
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+Anisti thridHLun
Friday. June 1", 1966
, JHitzvall
Jay Ossip
Jay. son of Mr and Mrs. Fred
Ossip, 2020 SW 13th Ave., will
become liar Mil/vah at Beth David
Congregation on Saturday morning.
June 18.
Jay is an eighth grade student
at Shenandoah High and has been
attending Beth David Religious
School lor the past six years. The
celebrant is a talented pianist and
also enjoys fishing, howling, and
cting -lamps.
Jennie Shapiro, grandpar
nit of Jay, will attend the services
Steven Weiner
Steven Richard, son of Mr. and
Mrs Chester Weiner. will become
Kar llittvah On Saturday. June 18.
at Temple Emanu El.
Steven has completed the
seventh grade at Nautilus Junior
High where he plays flute in the
ol band. lli> interests include
st i tnps, fish and records.
The celebrant will be honored at
a reception Saturday evening at
Michel's Restaurant
Alan Lipiin
Saturda) morning services, June
18. at Beth To rah Congregation
will include the Bar Mitzvah of
Alan Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hymen Lipzin. 17130 NE 12th Ave.
Alan is a seventh grade student
at John F. Kennedy Junior High
and serves as president of a CSV
group at Beth Torah. He is inter-
ested in sports, especially basket-
hall, and collects coins.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception at the Dupont Plaza
Hotel on Saturday evening.
Judy Abelow
Judy Ida. daughter ot Mr and
Mrs. Joseph Abelow. will become
Bas Mitzvah on Saturday, June 18.
at Temple Emanu El.
Judy has completed the seventh
grade at Nautilus Junior High, Her
lntcie-ts arc piano and horseback
riding.
The celebrant will be honored
at a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall follow-
ing the service, and a dinner dance
will be held for her friends Satur-
day evening at home.
Ira Paul
On Saturday morning, June 18.
the Bar Mitzvah of Ira Jay. son
n> \ii and Mrs Leo J Paul, 9125
lay Ossip
Steven Weiner
Robert Peppercorn Jay Wasserlauf
Beachite Adds To His Laurels
i Jaj Casselhoff, being chosen
tstanding senior boj by the Mi-
mi Beach Senior High Student
incil and facultj was the rot-
ation "t as ies ol honors go
all the Waj back to Sable
-.: Elementary and [da Fisher
Funior High
Among awards
Jay had
the distinction
: '. ice win-
ning the Jewish
W a r Veterans
M e d a i
he complet-
at
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em-
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In addition, he was recognized
as a National Merit Scholar, a
member of National Honor So-
ciety, and winner of honorable
mention in science in the Silver
Knight competition.
Son of Mr. and Mrs Jesse Cas-
selhoff. of Palm Island. Jay was
Southeast Florida Science Fan
grand prize winner last year. In
addition to $500 and a second place
in the biochemistry division, his
project and paper- were chosen bj
the Science Teachers Association
(if America and the Ford Motor
Company Future Scientists of
America as one of 20 outstanding
papers In the nation
With the plaque and a scholar
ship, go a trip on June 22 to Dear-
borne, Mich, where Jay will lead
his paper at a scientific research
seminar held bj the Ford Research
Laboi atories
Most significant 'i> Jaj person
ally, is his acceptance to North-
esti rn L't .'> in the Honors
Medical Educator Program which
automi ical ly insu i s his ,
into the medical school
Jay, who gr.i.Jaated at the
head of his Beach High class in
June, served as secretary of in-
terior in the Student Council
Cabinet and was a contributor to
the "Embryo," school publi-
cation.
Jay does not limit his activities
to scholastic pursuits.
lie also enjoys tennis, sailing,
water-skiing and swimming and
played trumpet in the Mi Tides
Band. He is also a participating
member of Temple Israel Federa-
tion of Temple Youth.
Emerson Ave will be observed at
Temple Ner Tamid.
Ira i- a student at Ner Tamid
Religious School and attends Nau-
tilus Junior High. He enjoys scuba-
diving, baseball and basketball.
A Kiddush will follow the ser-
v ices.
Out-of-town guests include Mrs
Sophie Schlapin, maternal grand
mother, and Mrs. Sarah Paul, pa
ternal grandmother, both ol New
\
Alan Kuczynski
Bar Mitzvah of Alan Herman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Israel Kuczyn
ski, 1539 s\\ 6th St., will be cele
brated on Saturday, June 18. at
i ongregation Beth l'l
\n honor student in Hebrew and
English, Alan has attended the
Hebrew Academy for seven years,
his favorite subjects are Chu-
mash, science and social studies
IK serves as class vice president,
is on the track team, and his hob
I'. 1- coin-collecting.
Alan will be honored at a din-
' i i reception at the Ritz I'la/.i
! in the evening
Robert Peppercorn
Robert Michael, son ol Dr, and
Bert I. Peppercorn. 1311
I Ian I, will
lie B ..... ay, June

at Naiitilu- Junioi I
Vmencai
em
Jay Wasserlauf
Jaj. s M "i Mr and Mrs M i ris
ierlauf, 7401 SW 99th Ave
will become Bar Mitzvah on Si '
unlay morning, June 18. at Tern
pie Zion.
Jav is a seventh grade student
at Glades Junior High and plays
the clarinet in the school band.
Hebrew Teachers Association of Greater
Miami, in cooperation with Beth David Reli-
gious School, presents 15 awards for outstand-
ing scholastic achievement in Hebrew studies.
Left to right (front row) are Leah Berman,
Carol Bernstein, Susan Wans, Deena Aeren-
son, Madeline Traurig, Joel Friedman, Joseph
Shacter. Second row (left to right) are Mrs.
Sol Gerchakov, faculty member. Ton* Fein-
berg, Frank Labbie, Bernard Lenhoff, Michael
Levine. Last row are Lewis Malamed, David
Berman, Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual leader,
Saul Rabin, education director, Hersch Ber-
man. Zvi Rosenkranz, Louis Gadon, faculty
members, and Mrs. Jay Dermer, secretary of
the Hebrew Teachers Association of Greater
Miami, Synthia Lubel and Marc Steinberg.
Toni Feinberg was the recipient of a SI00
U.S. Savings Bond "for her continuously ex-
cellent studies."
He also plays piano and is a mem-
ber of the Boy Scouts.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wasscrlauf
will host the Kiddush following the
services.
A reception in honor of the cele-
brant will take place on Saturdav
evening at home.
Gary Avins
Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert Avins, 17401 NE 10th Ave.. No
Miami Beach, will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah at services on Satur-
day morning. June 18. at Beth
Torah Congregation.
The celebrant will enter the
eighth grade at John F. Kennedy
lunior High in the fall, and was
in the fourth grade at Beth Torah
Religious School. He is interested
in fishing and coin-collecting.
A reception in his honor will be
held on Saturday evening at the
Carillon Hotel.
Attending the celebration will
i).' Gary's great grandmother, Mrs
Becky Plnsky, Of Brooklyn, pater-
nal grandparents, Mr and Mrs
S Avins, 'it No. Miami Beach, and
maternal grandparents. Mr. and
Mis c Parker, ol Brooklyn
Michael Marder
Michael son of Mr and Mis
Louis Marder. 1961 NE 185th I'cr
will observe his Bar Mit/vah on
Saturdav. June 18, at the nunclia
service of Beth Torah Congrega
lion
Michael will be entering eighth
grade at John F Kennedy Junior
Huh, and attends the Beth Torah
Religious School lie plays the
drums, and likes fishing and water
skiing
A reception will be held m his
honor at the temple on Saluidav
e v en i I
Charles and Candace Ellis
n June ;i;. at Tem-
ple Tifereth Jacob. Ch
i e Ellis, twin child
' 'H w.
St H eah. will !.. B ,, and
h
Charles and Cai i< will be 13
on Jin:' l'l and will b- in the
- Jun
', High
Charles' exhibit on ozone in the
lower division of the recent
Science Fair earned an xcel
lent" in rating and a plaque He
enjoys tennis and swimming, and
is interested in electronics.
Candace is interested in art and
enjoys tennis and swimming.
Mr. and Mrs. Fills are hosting
the Oneg Shabbat following serv-
ices on Friday, as well as Kiddush
luncheon following services on
Saturday morning.

Jeffrey Ogron
Jeffrey David. s,,:. of \tr ;illl|
Mis. Yale Ogron, v.ill become Bat
Mitzvah on Saturdav. June IK, dur-
Templc sinai morning cervical
at Washington Federal Auditor-
ium. 899 NE 187th St.
Jeffrey Is a student of Temple
S ai's Religious School, and will
be ..ii eighth grade student at
' "ii!. Miami Junior High. He eft.
its. and coll. its coins and
tamps as a hobbj
A n i ption and dinner will be
I ir laj l ': ng at the
ii ana Hotel.
Guests will include the cele-
grandparents, Mrs Anna
'". "I Chi .i o and Mr. and
Urs M W Breitbart oi Biscayne
' iardens.
*
Alan Baer
"ii of Mr and Mrs Arthur
M Baer, 2(Xkh NE 20th Ct., will
be Bai Mitzvah nn Saturday morn-
June 18. at Beth Torah Con
gregation.
Alan is a student in the Beth
Torah Religious School, and will
be entering seventh grade at John
F Kennedy Junior High. He is a
member of the CSV. and plays the
drums.
Grandparents, Mr. an.- Mrs
Samuel Newburgh, of ,,. ,.
Beach, Mass.. and Mr. and Mrs!
.1. W. Baer. of Hollywood, I i will
be guests at a reception
honor at the Biscayne
Hotel on Saturdav evi mn_
Marine Camp
School in Sessio
A marine camp school Ihl
voiiiil: set began the fust
summer sessions on Mond
session will run throu h J 27.
Eligible are 13 to IT I
students enrolled in ninth I ir u.h
12th grades of high schi
The camp, Driftwood Marine
School, is located on the -a ind
of Bimini in the Bahamas, 42
miles off the South P inda
coast, and combines sc tnriflc
learning with rustic outdoor ad-
venture.
imly 2f> minuti bj ., nm
Miami, the can i fee
round-trip fare via Chalk A 11 nes.
Featured are the oceat 'Id.
biology, ait. music tafet} i led
pool scuba divmu lesson- swim-
ming, boating, fishing and turfing.
A highlight of the pro .
full dav collecting oruise t< i
the nearby island- Stud)
take part in died .ul 0|
plankton colled di
bing. -,
Driftwood Marine Sen; n in-
corporates an air-cona
dormitory, bunk beds, p-;
lockers, and meals appro : by
a dietician.
7
will run t1
Ii Ij 25, Jul; 25 to A I
8 to Ai
abli ..' '
!. 650 SI SI
'. (Jol
i ounty.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal of the Hebrew
Academy. presents The
ish Floridian Journalism
Literature Award to Harmon
Brody at recent graduation
exercises held in the Aid-
emy's Ida Appel Auditor-
ium. Harmon, ninth jtade
graduate, was voted bv th't
English faculty "as outst.ind-
ing student in journals; n."


[one L7. 1966
I Bovni Delegation
o Attend
arest Dedication
* -^m #*# fhrkNani
Page 15-B
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Miami Jewish leaders
a eiding role in the
of the John F. Kennedy
Israel on July 4.
,ng l.ehrman and Rabbi
ramowitz, who will head
:i National Fund pilgrim-
Israel, have announced
Greater Miami delegation
part In the ceremonies
former President Harry
an, vice president Hubert
L'.S Sen. Robert Ken-
I Si preme Court Justice
I ren Mill take part.
ip is also scheduling a
Me Ami. the settlement
-h National Fund Council
: found in Israel in
port! indicate that
i buildings, roads.
-'initv a library, and
die buildings,
' Ited that oxer SS
000 will spent to complete
lich Miami Jewry
ed or part. The [tin-
' many reception-
Foreign countries
sentatives
will depart for
Vork City on June
'il t" return to
or about Juh 20
Miami, Mtn Id
' il
MACKEH. :
All lli< .1 Jlllll i Uivi
KASELMAN. ICi In
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LEGAL NOTICE
"This is where we landed on our first trip to Israel," points
Dr. Irving Lehrman to photos taken on arrival of a Jewish
National Fund pilgrimage to Israel to dedicate the land for
the construction of Me Ami in 1962. The sister settlement is
now a reality, and practically the same group will be going
there to see what their efforts have wrought. The group leaves
Miami Juno 23.
125 000 Drive
Kicked Off
Beth Sholem
i inggs have inau-
i H25 ooo campaign to
a new Temple Beth Sholem
for H iwthorne Circle at
ir Street on North 46th Ave.,
I llywood Hills.
1 i amp cabinet meetings
been called by Ben Salti r,
. those members
' < Jack Dresnick,
David M. Harris,
I I VI Klier, '.
Dr Samuel Mel-
n and

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I

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Iver -J-o Manage
lar Division Here
i1 president of Persh-
- v nnounci : he
of Hillard F. Silver
nanger of the Rent-A-
i: D in.
Silvir, .: University of Miami
as been with the firm
r fivi yean, and has served in
( of insurance manager,
well iv- ita to the general
ynagi
A ..; re of Portsmouth, Va.,
ilver hi a bei: a Miami resident
f th' past 13 years, except for a
0-year tour of duty with the
nited States Army as section
ief stationed in Germany.
I ran < : said t hat "our policy of
omol i; personnel through the
nks to key positions, rather than
i"B outside of our company to
k executive personnel, has re-
ited :- the growth of our bust-
Bs to vheru we are today the
rgest dependent car rental op-
tor i Dade County."'
Persl Auto Leasing has four
mplt ( mechanical service con
'' '' ireater Miami area to
nt service to its daily
ntal i annual lease customers.
mutu
... Com:-.
i .
Dan..
views. The occasion wa tinual Greatei Miami
Clergymen's Golf Tournament, sponsored bv the City I
Miami, and beiieved to be the only event of its kind in the
country. Rabbi Abramowitz's first score under 90 is the sub-
ject of this lively discussion.
Mrs. Marienthal Dies in Atlanta
Services were held Wednesday,
June 15, in Atlanta, Ga., for Mi.-.
Evelyn Marks
Marienthal. 54,
former Miamian
who died there
on June 13.
Sister of Paul
H. Marks, chair-
man of the
board of Flag-
ler Savings and
Loan Associa-
tion, Mrs Mar-
ienthal came to Mf$ itnthal
Miami in 1925
front Key West, where she was JJLVERMAN
bor-. Her grandfather, Jacob
Marks, had lettled in Key West
in 1890. and she received her early
ion and began her career in
;
: the war Mrs. Ma
lived on Miami Beach am (J
with the Kahn and Alpert
ance Agency.
In 1939, she married and oved
to Atlanta with her husband, Stan-
ley L. Marienthal, who survives
her.
Other -urvivors include a daugh-
ter. Judith, of Atlanta; her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Marks;
a sister. Mrs. Rose Imbrej ; and an-
other brother, Max Mark-, all of
Miami.
W- Sfterer to Command
[ B. S of 8355
h !
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I ''i unit
pt. '
-lerman Marks,
wji with *ood and
, years.
-
|
. 5
I
Acl ve in 1
HKSSIK. Rl, "( 857 'V.llin- Avis, died
I She i ami here from Maldi n
v.. i! years ago Survlv IiiK arc
(,, >,.:-. Kamuol and Pete Silver
man of Miami; two daughters Mr
Kdlth i M Kayo lllumln of
Mian i He ... h; a (.later, Mm I
I ,: Miami B< ai h; <
n mil ri ur u i il i I
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Economic Opportunity based on
ill-founded rumors. half-truths
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Announcing...
BOSTON POPS
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