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The Jewish Floridian
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 24, 1966

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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 39 Number 25
Miami, Florida. June 24. 1966
Two Sections Price 2'jt
Egypt and Syria Plan
Israel 'Second Round'
President Johnson accepts the American Liberties Medallion
from American Jewish Committee President Morris Abram at
the Committee's 60th anniversary annual meeting in Wash-
nglon, D.C. recently.
Radio Station OK'd
Despite Hate Airings
WASHINGTON (JTAi The
Federal Communications Commis-
sion renewed last weekend the li-
cense of a California radio station
which the agency agreed had ear-
ned anti-Semitic programs.
By a vote of five to one. the
FCC said it could not act as a
censor over such material carried
bv Station KTYM of Inglewood.
The FCC noted that KTYM had of-
fered the Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith a chance to reply
lo the broadcasts. The ADL, which
had filed a protest and a demand
That the license not be renewed,
had rejected the offer. Observers
talld the ruling a landmark in its
rcent ruling aimed at allowing
troadeasters maximum freedom to
decide what is broadcast.
Th ADL had complained that
Zenith To
Make TV's
In Israel
NEW YORK (JTA) Zenith
three programs in October of
1964 and May of 1965 entitled
"Richard Cotten's Conservative
Viewpoint" linked Jews to Com-
munism and contained personal
attacks on the ADL and its staff
members. Th FCC, in its ruling,
held that the first broadcast con-
Continued on Page 5-A
WASHINGTON (JTA)Egypt
and Syria have agreed on joint
military steps in the Arab plan for
an eventual "second round" against
Israel, the Iraqi Radio declared
this week. The report, which was
not confirmed by cither Govern-
ment, said Egypt would set up two
air bases in Syria and also give
Syria some Soviet military equip-
ment held back since Syria pulled
out of the United Arab Republic
in 19fil. The equipment reportedly
includes three submarines.
The radio report said that, in.
return, Syria pledged to reinstate
some pro-Nasser army officers
purged from the Syrian army and
to dismiss Communist officers who
gained power after extreme leftists
took control in Syria last February
It was also learned here that
a chemical warfare course for
use of chemical, biological and
radioactive measures against Is-
rael has been in progress since
June 11 in a Syrian army camp
near Baghdad for chemical war-
fare officers of all Arab units
in the unified Arab command.
The Iraqi News Agency repoited
that the 10-day course was set up
in "implementation of the resolu-
tions of the conference of Arab
directors of military training spon-
sored" bv the unified command.
URGES REFUGFE INTEGRATION
Hussein Calls for Break
With 'Liberation9 Body
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel to peace and stability in the Middle
political sources welcomed this Egg)
week Jordonian King Hussein's call
for integration of Arab camp ref-1
ugecs into the host countries and
his announcement of a total break
with the Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization.
The Israeli sources said that it
the Jordanian monarch could im-
plement both stands, such actions
could make a major contribution
They noted that Israel has al-
ways urged such integration of
the refugees and that Israel has
asserted its readiness to make a
financial contribution for that
objective. Israel has consistently
viewed integration of the ref-
ugees into the host countries
Continued on Pace B-A
Neo Nazi Confab Ends
In Wild Demonstrations
Refugee Lse on Viet
Front Rouses U.S. Ire
NEW YORK (JTA I The an army uho.se purpose is to work
nounced intention of the Palestine against a member nation of the
Liberation Organization to send United Nations." The announced
Arab refugee recruits to fight with goal of the PLO arm> is to lib
Viet Cong guerillas against Amer- eraie Palestine." He also cited
KARLSRUHE. W. Germany
(JTA) The first national con-
gress of the National Democratic
Party. Germany's newest political
group which is held to be neo-
Nazi in its orientation and aspira-
tions, concluded here today after
a hectic weekend o( counter-de-
monstrations staged by the coun-
try's organized trade union move-
ment.
Seven special trams and 250
buses had brought 20,000 trade delegates representing o.30() mem-
congress Friday with an address
in which he denied that his party
is the successor to the Nazi
Party. "We ask merely for a re-
newal of national conscious-
ness," he declared. But Eugen
Loderer, one of the leaders of
trade unionists here, denounced
the NDP and called upon the
country's organized labor move-
ments to "fight from the be-
ginning against these forces."
The NDP assembly drew 1.300
unionists here to Stage the eountcr-
demonstrations. The N.D.P. op-
ponents marched through the city,
held mass rallies, and carried ban-
ners proclaiming: "We Don't Want
Radio Corporation announced tins An> "Nazis;" "Nazis Out!" "We
.seek that production of 23 inch Don't Want Another 1933" (re-
black-and-white television receivers ferrjng to the yen- Hitler assumed
will begin soon in Israel. Joseph S. power); and "We Don't Want Karl-
Wright president, said a new com sruhe As a New Nuremburg.'
Friedrich Thielen, national
pany. Overseas Radio Corporation,
is scheduled to begin production
iate this year.
During construction of a new
[!ant in Jerusalem, the sets will
be manufactured in rented facil
ties m arby
The new company is the out
growth of an agreement Zenith
concluded with William E Robin-
ationally known indus-
trialist for participation in the
formation of the nev, Israeli com
(any
Robinson, who has played a ma-
jor role in the economic and in-
dustrial development of Uriel, will
It board chairman and manai in)
director of the new firm.
hers A fusion of all right-wing
forces in the country, it is esti-
mated that about 20 percent of the
N.D.P. members are former Nazis.
The trade unions, which have 20.-
000,000 members, arc considered
now the strongest German group
fighting neo-Nazisin. The principal
demand of the counter-demonstra-
Continued on Page 6-A
leader of the NDP, opened the
WILL VISIT WITH PRESIDENT JOHNSON
ican troops in South Viet Nam
touched off shock waves this week
in Washington and in Jordan.
Egypt and Syria.
After the United States asked
for detailed reports on the activ-
ities of the PLO. and the Senate
Subcommittee on Refugees indi-
cated it might hold hearings on
issues arising from United States
support of the United Nations Re-
lief and Works Agency for the
refugees Sen Edward Kennedy.
chairman of the subcommittee, re-
iterated in New York his proposal
that Arab refugees in the Palestine
Liberation Army be removed from
UNRWA rolls
Speaking at a dinner of the
Brandeis University trustees, the
Senator estimated there were
between 10,000 and 14,000 ref-
ugees in the PLO army and that
all of them were receiving food
and supplies from UNRWA.
Sen. Kennedy said it was "incom-
patible with United States policy
and with the fundamental concept
of the United Nations to supply
aid in anv way to members of an
other "substantial abuses in the
UNRWA operations' in Jordan.
Ix-banon, Syria and Egypt
In Washington. George Abratns,
staff director of the subcommittee,
who recently conducted a survey
in Arab countries of UNRWA aid
to the refugees, said that Jordan
had assured him it would try to
rectify UNRWA records of Arab
refugees in Jordan Ahrams con-
ducted a three-week survey of the
situation in Jordan. I.ebanon and
Egypt, which controls the Gaza
strip, where many of "he refugees
live on UNRWA aid.
Abrams said he had talked to
leaders of the three Arab gov-
ernments about the recruiting
of refugees for the PLO army
Continued on Page 2-A
Shazar Begins Western Tour
city by 1 vanguard
PARIS (JTA) Israel Pies- coiled into th
ide,Zalm.n Shazar. who arrived of motorcycle pohce
,.,,. ,, Friday en route to four; President Shazar and
""JSSZ inTarhoS Monday^ air for Uruguay, where
he will spend five days on a state
visit prior to his proceeding for
us party
cave France
a qilll
no political meetings. Although his
Visit here is ol I private nature,
he was met at the
with official fanfare
Orlv Airport I state visits to Chile, Argentina
and was es and Brazil. He will then fly to the
United States for a private visit
that will include a meeting with
President Johnson in Washington,
where he will probably stay at
Blair House. A meeting ha- also
been arranged for him with IN
Secretary General U Thant, dur-
ing his stay in New York
Continued on Page 9-A
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A SPIRITUAL LEADER OFFERS SOME POSITIVE BENEFITS OF DOUBT
Can Our Policy be Entirely Wrong?
H. KABBI MAX LIPSCHITZ
BHl Torah Congregation
ThcM rambling thoughts, writ-
ten aloud as it were, arc quest'on"
over wl eh I have been speculat-
ing. Tl y arc neither the opltl
ions of my congregation nor any
body.
are written to reflect a
confust i. perplexed, and even
,\ mind contemplating
me ol the mosl confusing, per
and politically dhK i
American history our
i .. i ill in Viet Nam.
II it the intent to belabor
..' d cnii \ iews of Ihe is-
i \en i" express unequiv
ocal ions, but rather to ques
lion extreme p isitlon v Inch
itrighlly attacks without
equivocation American involve-
ncnt Viet Nam or, on the
id, the position which
preaciM a "walk-out" and
plagi on botli your houses"
policy.
Clergymen Speak
Last February, ISO representa-
tives i the three forms of Juda-
ism met to discuss "Judaism and
World Peace." Some speakers
openly chided the government
for getting involved in the first
place, and strongly urged becom-
ing uii involved.
FUihbi Arthur I.elyveld. newly-
elected president of the American
Jewish Congress, called on Amer-
ica to desist."' and charged the
United states with frustrating
free elections to protect our own
interests. Rabbi I correct, but is there even no
measure of doubt that perhaps
our participation in the conflict
may act as a deterrent to any
further outside Communist agi-
t tation to foment civil strife in
Viet Nam, Laos. Thailand, and
other countries so that the void
and confusion will make the time
ripe for "local" leftists to seize
control'
I s;r "perhaps" and even "may-
be Can it not be that history
will prove extreme critics of the
war wrong? <>: course, I must be
also -lined to agree, as the
present double civil wars inten-
Kith their concomitant
polith and religious confusion
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a Master of Art) from Culmnliu
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and chaos, that perhaps" the
critics are right.
Unequivocal Opinion
Rut I dare not express a doubt-
less and unequivocal opinion, and
openly chastise the Johnson Ad-
ministration, implying a totally
blind, idiotic and politically moti-
vated decision It is very possible
thai America committed its worst
iiiii national blunder But is
there no slued of a possibility
that as we attempted to deter
i ommunist ag ;ression in Korea
and there were few outspoken
critic- of thai intervention
we n.av further deter future ma
chinat ions of w ured up by
Peking or the Kremlin? I don't
know. I can'i be sure. The issues
are so clouded and shrouded in
and "buts tl al one van not
but in good ce openlj
condemn the present involvement.
Even admit) il would
have been po iticall} and morally
wiser for the < S not to inter-
vene, whal now Some extremists
advocate a walk-out polio We
I, lieved our intervention was a
: deed A error' Is
ii a plague on b< th your houses?
Do we declare that enough Amer-
ican blood has been spilled Do
we conclude thai ur efforts to
bring peace to the \ iel Nam bor-
ders have been totally futile' Be
sides which, Johnson can say "1
don't have the support of my
own citizenry, let alone the many
Critics in government. The I'N
and our other allies have for-
saken us, so why go at it alone?"
A Yovth's Sacrifice
I think of this position, and I
quake and tremble, not only at
what the future augurs for us.
But what would I say to the par-
ents of a young 18-year-old lad
in our community, Lee Rosen
wasser, who enlisted, fulfilled
250 missions and gave his life in
Viel Nam'' I recall my own winds
at bis grave "Lei us pray that
his death will bring life to others
in ihis generation and for yen
erations to come Oh, that his
martyrdom will not be causeless
and futile!"
By walking out. lock, stock,
and barrel, this is exactly what
we are saying to him. his family
and the thousands who have
made the supreme sacrifice:
"Lee, your government was
wrong. Your death was in vain."
Moreover, the image of America,
determined to halt Communist
aggression and infiltration, and
now retreating in what will be
recorded as a military defeat,
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and give Communism a carte
blanche to world domination.
Again. assuming America's
possible indiscretion in becoming
involved in the first place, would
it not be disastrous for us nol to
salvage another goal in defeat'1
Can't we at least find a device
for giving meaning to our bloody
sacrifices before retreating?
Is the present liuddhist rebel-
linn thai opportune moment for
ii- in resign from the war'' In
fact, I don't know and this is
my dilemma.
Lei me make it crystal clear.
War and bloodshed solve no
problems. Total peace will I
upon this earth only if nations
fall on their arms." rather with
their arms.
Total disarmament is the only
solution. Proliferation of nuclear
bombs invites disaster The
United states must be the first
to wage a vigorous war against
war. The President did state last
week that we are prepared "to
talk peace anytime, anywhere and
any place."
We All Die
I refuse to read newspaper ac-
counts of the battles and the ab-
horrent details of bloodshed, and
my compassion goes out to all
who are killed and their surviv-
ors American, Vietnamese, or
Viet Cong. We all die a little
with any man slaughtered in bat-
tle. 1 must therefore perforce op-
pose any escalation of the war.
America must again halt th
bombing in the North and must
incessantly pound all diplomat-c
doors, exploring every avenue
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6 tamuz 5726
Volume 2 3
Number 24
Our CJ A Celebrates
A Successful Campaign
The 3:?ater Miami Jewish :orr.-
uty nury well be proud of the
.HE Combined Jewish Appeal
levement Announcerr.er.t of the
;. :87.492 figure c: the CIA victory
buz per .-. the Fontainebleau Hotel
week exceeded by more than
;i: ;:: the annual drives reel oi
5 : 5 G -. -
The mm is by no means com-
plete. More may be expecte
.: even further before
th 3 over. Our commui
-.- as ?:cv?r. that it 3 capable of
recognizing and meeting its :.\:::-
..-. comparison with the rr.:::
cites in the North.
Sul th 5 :s only a beginning.
Comparison" does not suagest a
degree cf favorability zr.d
.-.ere -he: all of us must gather
.:. concert to meet our communal
responsibilities in ever, greater meas-
ure during the year ah-.
What our Combined Jewish Ap-
i Greater Miami Jewish
have accomolished is
THC SOVIET>50
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idwork but only groundwork.
It .i an :: ...at.on of cor.r:e-e steps still to be
en.
Deserving spec. Lse ; Joseph M. Lip-
[ 1 :: who succeeds
self to a new tern, in ::.:? Along with him
.:. is jay I Kisl ':. chairmen
a the 1366 campc. .-: were
d^ected sa ..-.. I :. the
., and who set the tone tl year's
its 196? chaii nan Milton Weiss.
Newer and Greater Goals
All of this suggests sorr.e oi 'he significant
ccr.siderations over which our community must
mull as it comes to rest in anticipation of what
lies before us.
Not only must we think in terms of even
broader fund-raising accomplishments as an
aspect of Federation's role ui Greater Miami
Jewry's central philanthropic activity. But from
the point of view of communal planning, Fed-
eration has a broad gamut of problems to face
as part of the Jewish communal growth process.
Among them, these include careful study of the
revision of Federation's constitution and by-
laws to meet changing needs with an equally
changing and updated agency structure.
Is a central Federation-rammunal agency
building either a necessity >r desirable? This
is a question requiring a rapid answer, or else
it will be the simple passing of time that sup-
plies the answer by default without Federa-
tion's consideration of and reply 'o the problem.
For, as time passes, more :'. Grecter Miami
Jewry's education, social service and other
Federation-affiliated agencies may move to
construct buildings of their own.
As well, an eye will have *o be kept on the
developments growing out of the Ten-Year
Capital Needs program of Federation cf which,
incidentally, the question of a central Federa-
tion-communal agency building as opposed
to separate agency facilities is a pivotal con-
sideration. Then. too. there will be the issue of
a population survey here, as well as the re-
sumption of the Jewish education survey in
September.
All these and other questions are all part
and pa- -he 1966 Z'\ our
community celebrates | to
1967 and
set ;im to a.iie-. 9.
Rabbinical Assn. Horizons
The I annual meeting of the '.'
ical Association of Greater Miami was n tore
then the occasion for installation oi
The meeting served cs a forum o: discussion
by Dr. Lecn D. Stitsk.n, directo: z: commu:
rela ion pecial p iblicati
New York.
As well it offered an opportunity, both
the association itself no l^ss than for the
general community to consider the ish-
ments of our rabbis, in concert and indiv
durinq the previous season.
The Greater Miami Rabbinical Association
can point to its continuing efforts through the
locai mass communications media of apprising
the community of its endeavor. Its weekly Rab-
binic Page in The Jewish Floridian. sermons
and features in the daily press, and radio
and television programs geared toward wor-
ship services, reliaious discussion and inter-
faith understanding, contribute to our city's
growing tide of interfaith understanding.
The association's participation in the local
effairs of the community, ranging from formal
protests against Sabbath election days through
cultural proarams in the Micmi Bcndshell and
contribution of time and effort in the expanded
Cuban refugee influx here, has also seen the
area's rabbis in ever newer roles cf welfare
involvement beyond individual congregational
concern.
Participation in the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal; the resumption of the chaplamcv program
in concert with the Greater Miami Jewish'Fed-
eration; the publication of resolutions calling
upon local Jewry to preserve Jewish tradition
during the general New Year season; and
liaison with our school system, ranging from
the University of Miami on downward, to as-
sure Dade County's Jewish student body of a
school calendar as free of religious holidav
contlicts as possible all these and still
others are on the achievement list of the Rab-
binical Association during the outgoing season.
Women Seek Freedom
As reported in these columns several weeks
ago. the National Council cf Jewish Women
is calling en rabbinical authorities to reinterpret
ancient Jewish religious law, which brings
hardships to women in matters of divorce, re-
marriage and inheritance.
In 1. e p .: ng drive on the perrl
Orthodoxy for a Icraer share of Jewish' a:
would seem th
>l
J during line week
1 ... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
i
lariy at night, because night always
TIME WAS
the : that
seemed to
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;
theii
irrei t poiil
something ri.
the)
wrote fien
Or they held
seems to re
ominous, and the spectre of shadows somehow multipll
bers. their chanting, and the strength of their pur-.
Of course, there a- always a pi\otal dilemma in
disappointment. Students have also been known to t
ments. On occasion, they have even been known to resort 1
The extremist Zengakirren in Japan is a case in point Hem
about th^ American experience. I would consider that our
inertia, particularly among our young people, was a do-
Recalling the anguish of the massive youth rallies in Hitlei
I would be strengthened in the realisation that it sinri
happen here No one cared enough to jam himeli into the I
millions congregated in a public square and to shout
a* an equally ridiculous sloganeer. This. I reckoned was I i
side of our phlegmatic student society
Times have since turned sharply around Perhaps it is I
st : I -nts today are suddenly deciding to join their coui I
where, who believe it is their roie to act a- an irrita
adult world in which they live Or perhaps it is that Vie! "... j
ldenly intruded on them, and I re net a
in a war in which ti. nten -
be approache I with
ition Foi war has always been an in)
:- tl pies behind
m were far i
i S'eithi r was there ever .
nee superior to I eding it
RISPONDING WITH THl CfASOIOSl GliTUKt
the EXPERIENCE at Brand ist week is
v ....... take -t a_ a p _
lity had invited A
rent address When P: >id< bar refused I
......ithd a* the stu ii I
their own hands
tributed anti-Johnson Administrati
icards The; slapped Goldberg with their p
th the back- oi chastening bai U
the v pers inally, nor did tl
5 pre io .- sen ice to tl
: a represent it th President pol i \ \
w hen the polii 4
'' ....
enti impl
rue that Brand ifficials. themselves, liki
-ill ut:a. i io the
fn 1 sudd* nlj becomi sed I
eons theii
moi nsanity tl
resj and which thej .. rr, to chai
past int
Brandei in
lent, tl .' .
ing to ( mfiscab teiature.
btest
Jen means the Iti st be met by 3
Uose gesture
THl PARADOX Of THl BRANDtIS OCCURRINCI
QVERREACTION IS typical of immaturity or. ai
;:ke overbreathing in moments if ei tional
sona loes not quite know how to cope with the den
responsibility More, therefore, could haw been ex|
weeks insulting episode toward Ambassador Goldberg at B
- more in the line of disturbance, disruption or anv other kit I 4
suitably protesting posture That it did not occur emphasi
Of the reservations to which I alluded here with respect to th new
political profile of the American student today The reservat
this case is control Four-hundred seniors and graduate rfud< I
hase fallen out of the convocation piocession. but this wa- thi
diose gesture.
The controlling intelligence behind it apparently did not .
board \- a consequence, 1 am disinclined to be impressed I
tsumable spontaneity of the occurrence In fact, it leads 1 '
ifii luestion: To what extent .- the new American student
bis true de\elopmental characteristU 'Mure have always
sidents but they were, also, always loners 1;: teeming ml
1 ved un In the public squares to applaud them iam
the turning point'
I think not For myself. I choose to believe less tn the
political consciousness of our young people than in tlwii- fundan .
ally unchanged phlegmatic character uncl
marked b) a recently vaulting nihilism in every area of their thii -
are. in fact, reacting in predictable psychologies! fssi
ilarly if one thinks in term- u classic growtl ns If t
dents had given true vent to their feelings at Brandeis th j
done more in the way of disturbance than simply post placa
and distribute literature They would have been disruptive
would have protested noisily

140 STAIN TO 7fWJH [SCUTCHCON
IT IS PRECISELY the control that seems suspicious. It is the c
that suggests they have served, both at Brandeis and elsewhere U
ferule fields for the universal dissidents to exploit. Where once the
lents were nothing more than malcontents because thev had no
whatsoever, today they can present petitions to university
sidents and embarrass high level government spokesmen Fo the
time, they have a toehold; the toot does no walking on its
What if such speculation is only partly based In fact, or
ai 1 ) Then I think it -hat today's 1
can student wants to be a I inner before he
rawled He want- t;> compose like Stravinskj before Im
- Beethoven He wants to paint like Picasso without Picass
Continued on P*g 6-A


rrjday. June 24. 1966
*Jtnisti Mpr/rdttrun
Page 5-A
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Letter Writer's Viewpoint Defended
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
; certainly hope that there are
more Jews who share Maur
.( Goldring's opinion about de-
fending Pope Pius Xll. (May 27.)
In 1938. I was a student at the
University of Warsaw in Poland,
i-.nd 1 dare to challenge those who
1ried to whitewash the activities of
'he Catholic Church and the pa-
I acy.
It is fact that the Vatican
had, and still has, a great influ-
ence on the Catholic Church in
Poland. What influence did the
dignitaries exercise in the Vat-
ican to stop the pogroms in Pol-
and, to stop the attacking of Jews
on the streets of Warsaw, to
stop the killing and injuring of
Jews by the Catholic fraternity
groups?
1 often visited small towns in
Poland. When the crowd left the |
(hurch, this was the time to stone
Jews, to attack and injure innocent
people and children. No wonder
they had just been reminded
by the priests that the "God-
killers" were still alive.
A statement by the Pope in be-
half of the Jews, an order to the'
priests in Poland to stop using
certain types of sermons, would I
have put a halt to the violence.
No wonder then that anti-Semitic
poison was injected by the Cath-
olic priests in Poland into the be-
Radio Station
License OK'd
Despite Bias
Continued from Page 1-A
fained an attack on the ADL and
its general counsel, Arnold For-
ster.
The FCC said, in its ruling that
1he commissioners had "tho
strongest personal feelings against
the views represented by the as-
sailed broadcasts." The Commis-
sion added however, that its ac
lions "must be governed by legal
principles rather than the per-
sonal feelings of commissioners."
It said that the other broadcasts
did not contain personal attacks
on the ADL or its officials -'but
did not contain statements that
can be regarded as anti-Semitic
and that will surely be highly of-
fensive to many persons of the
Jewish faith as well as to fair-
minded people of other faiths."
The FCC declared that whether
the broadcasts were "proper, or
were false and defamatory, or
were anti-Semitic, or were in the
public interest" was not a legal
issue for the FCC to consider. It
added that "the commission can-
not put such matters in issue with-
out becoming the censor of broad-
casting which it is forbidden to
do." The dissenting commissioner.
Kenneth A. Cox. called the deci-
Mon "incredible." He urged a hear-
ing on the issue.
lievers for so man} generations.
certainly helped the massacre
i our sis-million brothers later
n. What prevented the Catholic
'hurch from condemning these
atrocities? Of whom was the Pope
afraid''
We Jews forgive easily. And,
as the Prophet said, "The fath-
ers have eaten sour grapes, and
the children's teeth are set on
edge." (Eiek. 18: 2). Can wt
accuse Pope Paul VI for the sins
of his predecessor?
Rut for the sake of our martyrs.
let us no) forget the guilt of the
leaders of the Catholic Church who
believed in suppression of the
Jews And. unless the Vatican willj
condemn any act of anti-Semitism,
even to excommunication of its
members, one can hardly even to-
day believe in its goodwill, for
their sin is great.
HERSCH BERMAN
Miami
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
A letter in The Jewish Floridian
ot Apr. 29 spoke of the lack of
recognition the community affords
the small and medium-sized con-
tributor to charity.
Unfortunately, many a donor
doesn't use the full strength of his
donated dollars.
In many countries, a donor
gets little or no tax advantage
for charitable contributions. In
the United States we are fortun-
ate that Uncle Sam encourages
gifts to legitimate charities
not only by allowing an income-
tax credit, but through many
other approved money-saving
methods. In fact, it is often pos-
sible for individuals literally to
make a considerable profit by
giving to charity with the
full blessings of the Internal
Revenue Service.
And very often the family and
!o\cd ones ol the donor will profit
as well, so they too may share the
joys of giving without having to
fear deprivation: on the contrary,
they profit quite handsomely,
again with the approval of L'ncle
Sam.
Too many people rich or oth-
erwise fail to take advantage of
the many methods available. Con-
tributions can be stretched and
multiplied. Both the giver and the
charity would benefit through
wider knowledge and use of the
various methods available.
Recent developments (some just
a few months ago) make it possible
for even the small giver to make
large bequests, to receive appropri-
ate honors, to profit personally and
with his family, and to have the
genuine pleasure of seeing his gift
in action during his lifetime
DAVID GOODMAN, Chairman
Special Gifts Committee
ZOA Foundation Fund
Rep. Wolfs era
In St. Augustine
State Rep. Louis Wolfs*
Miami Beach, "ill b< in s
gustine Monday and Tuesda; '
the Florida Legislature cauci
;i committee meeting.
Wolfson has called a meet! I
the House Appropriations
Auditing Committee lor Mo
The House caucus Tuesday II
name the 1967 speaker. Rep. ?iir>h
Turlington, of Gainesville, i-
pected to get the speakership -
Yerle Pope, of St. Augustir-. 9
slated to be chosen preside:: of
the Senate.
Last Monday and Tuesday. f-
son attended the annual co:
tion of the Florida Associate.: zt
Broadcasters in Jacksonville and
was on a panel discussion com-
posed of leading state legisla :
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Fridcy. June 24, lggp
Beach BB Lodge
Patriotic Rally
th annual
'..ami
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A spcially *-rngt wi.: be presented by Irving Piet-
-ark and his cchestr* at 7:30
p.m. The regular program will
start at 8 p.m. The invocation
wll be given by Rev. R. Wiley
Scott, of the Miami Beach Com-
munity Church. Councilman
Joseph Mle< will sing the Star
Splanged Banner.
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In Wild Melee
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1 equesl thai the
( imenloutli the NDP
ii monsl rators im luded
i : |y v ho had fought
i t thi rise ol Nazism in the
i la; ol the Weimar Republic,
some disabled war veterans, ;
number ol them in wheelchairs
At least 50 ol the demonstrators
were involved in a scuffle which
< .'loped when some of them
i from a (ar three youths
with an NDP banner 1'oliee look
the youths into protective custody
; "he angry yelle I "Nazis, Nazis."
in anoth r incident, police moved
in to stop demonstrators trying to
overturn another automobile
c [Tying an NDP banner Several
arn sts v ere ma
Tin- Karlsruhe City Council
' to ban the assembly in the
i hall but the NDP took the
( asi I tlli CO .rt- and won a nil-
im.* that the parti was n"' u i'*n-
r ed organization
THI tl* COMOlTIONIO
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Temple Or 0!cm Officers Are Installed
By New Rabbi Glixman Friday Evening
\. lected ofl
Or Oli 56-61
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which included the it
officers and direct
hood and li
h Fistel will su<
esident I
Paul Uinsbei and B rett P
rViliia
/. Richard I
and Mrs. Wallace Lazarus
tat ies
Samuel Birnbaum, Sig Dayan,
Sanford Freed, Albert Roth, Mrs.
Carol Seidman, Robert Sussman,
Irving Whitman, Emory Green,
Larry Kaplan, Murray Kaye, Alan
Kuriweil, Murray Mandell, Ber-
nie Parker and Marvin Zalas
comprise the board of directors.
\ special welcome was given to
Rabbi Glixman and his famil) ai
an Oneg Shahbat on June 3. mark
ing the first Friday services with
his new congregation.
Before coming to Miami. liable
Glixman served in Giecnsport. L.l ;
Punxsutawney. Pa., and completed
seven years at Beth Yehudah Syna-
ue in Lock Haven. Pa, He was
.it lemple Kcth To\ in Miami.for a
year before he assumed pulpit at
Ol olom.
Under the GI Bill. Rabbi Gli\
man received his ordination from
Yeshivah Stolin in Brooklyn. NY.
pursued further rabbinical
studies at the Yashivjh's branch
ael He i ded the Uni-
versity of Pittsbui -h
His activities have included con
Hebri hapel of the
\n durii civilian lift
il N*i .'. Yoi k I
and Nev York
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Sew
York and New Yoi 1. for
en yi certs and
res i Je :> music: and lee
ig at Loch Haven State Col
i e, church civic group and city-
joint meetings Rabbi t;ii\
man takes an active interest in
sports, and i- a member of B'nai
Brith
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Th:- i- necessaril) the irhpetu of youth
young must doi expect their I
To dismiss the old only because it old is to fail at the
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mating, in Ihe second annual installation of the Rabbin-
Association ol Greater Miami last week at Beth Torah
Congregation are seated (left to r.ghti Rabbis Morris A. KiDoer
Terr.ple Judea. secretary; Samuel Z. Jaffe, Temde Beth El
HcVywood reelected treasurer; Irving Lehrman. Temple
Lmanu-El. vice pre-idc-.: who presented merit awards to
presidents of member synagecues; Max A. Lipschitz. Beth
Torah Congregation now president; Leon D. Stitskin, direr-tor
ot community relations. Yeshiva University, guest speaker;
Jonah E. Caplan, Sky Lake Synaqogue, outgoing president'
So.omon Schitt. Congregation Beth El. executive vice president
and chaplaincy cccrdmaioi. Standing (left to riqht) ure Rabbis
Herbert M. Caumqard, Temple Beth Am, chairman of the even-
ing; Joseph R. Narot. Tc-mple Israel, installing officer; Murray
Alstet; Sol Landau. Beth David Congregation, who delivered
the invocation; David Shapiro, Temple Sinai of Hollywood, a
past president; David Rosenfeld, Flagler-Granada; Richard
Marcovitz, Beth Moshe Congregation; Nathan Zwitman, Key
West; Mayer Abramowitz, Temple Menorch. who delivered
the benediction; Alfred Waxman. Temple Zion. who presented
awards to outgoing officers; and Tibor Stern, Jacob C. Cohen
Community Synagogue.
Playwright Miller Coddles Red Bias
NEW YORK i.ITAi Sources
at the International P.E.N. Con-
Kress underway in New York indi-
cated this week lh.it while a pro-
posed resolution for amelioration
ol the status ol Russian Jewrj
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Simeon Spear, assistant treasurer.
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Westvieus 39th annual summer
social season began on Wednesday
with a "Twilight Golf Tourna-
ment" followed b> a cocktail party
and dinner Other events are
scheduled throughout the summer
months.
sion will he held in three
probably in London.
The resolution called on the
Smut Government to sue full
cultural rights to Russian Jewry,
It was introduced by the Yiddish
P.E.N. (enter of New York The
P.E.N Presidium refused to in-
clude it in the Congress agenda
More than <>oo poets, playwrights,
essayists, editors and novelists
came to -New York from 5.") conn
Irii s for the meeting.
A spokesman for the Yiddish
group denied reports of a split
in that group on whether to walk
out because of the refusal. He
said there was disagreement
"but no split" and the decision
was not to walk out.
He noted that Aaron GIan? I.eye
less, president of the Yiddish
group, was scheduled to address a
plenary session and that Joseph
l.eftwich. a British Jewish writer
who is the Yiddish Center's perma-
nent representative on the P.E.N.
world executive council, would par-
ticipate in the council's meeting
three months from now. Glanz-
I.cyeless. a prominent American
months. | Yiddish poet,
I prime movers
resolution
and Leftwich were
of Ihe rejected
Principal opponents oi the res-
olution were American playwright
Arthur Miller, president of the in-
ternational P.E N.: Elmer Rice, an-
other leading American writer,
who is also a Jew; and David Car
ver, of Britain. International PEN
general secretary. Their main Bl '-:n
ment was that there was not
enoueh proof of suppression of
Jewish culture in the Soviet Union
and also that Russia was not the
only country where minorities
were denied full riyhts
The resolution's sponsors de-
clared in the heated debate that
they were not opposed to con-
sideration of equal cultural
rights to minorities in any
country but that they insisted
on consideration of the suppres-
sion of Jewish cultural rights in
the USSR.
Miller conceded such suppres-
sion in Russia hut argued that the
Catalon culture was being sup-
pressed in Spain. He said he had
tried to intervene with "significant
personalities" on the situation ot
Jewish culture in Russia. He said
the 1' E.N Congress had no au-
thoritative powers in such matters
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Exec. Committee
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Friday. June 24. 1963
Bonn Legislators Meet With
Top Jewish Leaders In New York
^
..am I. Ab: z. Left to right axe Lillian Rappa-
ler Award 'for excellence in genercl port. Frances Glushakow, Alberto Esquenazi,
are congratulated by Rabbi Mayer Ar.a Sztylerman and Sandra Huppert.
Arabs Hit HH's Talk to Publishers
SHIN .TON JTA Vice
;- lent Hubert 11 Humphrej
menu to a Washinj
i ltion of the American Jewish
el; Association have been de-
ed in a Cairo Voices of Pal
broadcast to Near East by
man Ahmed Shukairy of the
-tine Liberation OrRaniza-
uhu also confirmed military
c oration of his organization
v Communist China
;-\t of Mr Shukairy's re-
delivered at a "Palestine
ation Vrmy camp" in Syria,
ceh d hire this week He
ented on Vice ['resident
hrey's description of the PI.o
threat to Israel and to peace
aid that he wanted to con-
Mr Humphrey's statement
se and our ai mj > e a
'. srael"
The Liberation Army and the
S.C art proceeding with de-
c
I
termination," he boasted. "We
receive arms from the Chinese
People's Republic. The PLO has
military officers being trained
in the arms of liberation and
the experience of the Chines*.
Your brothers are there (in
Communist China) and we greet
them."
Meanwhile. Sen Vance Hartke,
Indiana Democrat, outlined this
week a list of preconditions the
l'nited States should impose on
any further assistance to Egypt
Speaking on the floor of the Sen-
ate, Sen Hartke warned that the
U.S Government was secretlj
otiating tci provide $150,000,000
in aid to Egypl although Egyptian
President Nasser had barred the
r S S:\ih Fleet from Egyptian
ports and was using its own assets
to purchase Soviet arm- for ag
gressive purposes
Sen Hartke- "preconditions' on
Hussein Calls for Break
aid to Egypt would include re-
quirements that no I' S aid would
be resold to other countries: that
the I S Department of Agricul-
ture assess Egyptian food re-
source.-; that the l'nited States de-
termine what percentage of Egyp-
tian military cutbacks can be di-
verted to food purchase, that a
determination be made on the
number of unemployed who can
be put on subsistence projects
within Egypt; that we stipulate
the amount of food earmarked for
school feeding programs; that we
stipulate the amount of food for
maternal and infant usage; that
lie health inspectors oversee
the distribution of food to at
profiteering; and that food pi i
duction facilities required in
pi be financed with counter-
part funds the United States pos-
esses there Sen Jacob K Javits,
New York Republican, and Sen
Claiborn Pell, Rhode Island '
m rat '.i iced agreement with the
Hartke proposi
NEW YORK (JTA) Dr.
Rainer Barzel. majority leader of
the West German Bundestag, met
separately thi- week with the Con-
ference of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations
and with leaders of the American
Jewish Committee for discussions
of German-Jewish relations
Mi' told the ("'inference of Pres
idents that the problem "should not
m a political vanl
but fi om a moral p i nt of
He eni]
but 1 ral

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Dr. Barrel, who is deputy
chairman of Chancei'or Ludwig
Erhard's Christian Democratic
Union, asked that recognition be
given to the achievements of the
postwar German democracy and
stressed that half of the present
population was born after Hitler
came to power.
In introducing Dr. Barzel. Dr.
Joachim Prinz. chairman of the
Presidents Conference, said that it
was important that West German)
nizes it- moral obligation to
the Jewish people and the State of
Israel' as the "heir to a European
Jewry that is lost forever
Dr Barzel discussed three topics
with the American Jewish Commit-
Contlrjed from r'ag* 1-A
.'-.-_an Syria. Lebanon and the
= -. cti>i-he!d Gaia Strip as
step toward eventual Arab-
I i el peace.

,i ,i expert- regard the PLO
.ties as directed not only
-t Israel but also against the
-table Arab regional forces.
They considered King Hussein's de-
nunciation of the PLO the sharpest
and most bitter attack yet made
icly by any Arab leader
Israeli sources i xpressed
oi tiderable satisfaction with the
United state- decision to i-k the
Inited Nations to halt aid to ref-
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SHAZAR OFF TO AMERICA
Continued from Pge 1-A
Upon his arrival in Paris, Pres-
ident Shazar said that his good
will tour of Latin America was
aimed at further strengthening of
Israel's ties with the South Amer-
ican lands that he will visit. He
said that, on his tour, he will also
meet with the leaders of the local
Jewish communities.
Membe:! of the confumal.cr. cluss of Temple Lmanu-El are
top row left to right) Robert Kay, Anita Giller, Nancy Kaplan,
Susan lvi, Judy Horowitz. Beverly Cypen, Judith Feinstsin,
Sand re :ein, Laurie Penchansky, Bruce Singer. Middle row
are (leil to riaht) Jay Levine, Mindy Friedman, Shellie Miller,
Susan ?_ i, Ellen Sweet. Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader
cf Temple Emanu-El, Cantor Zvi Adler, Marlene Racker,
Martha Yavers, Lois Goldstein, Clifford Chanin. Bottom row
son, Howard Schulman, Randi Baron, Vicki Jay. Michael Roth-
enberg, Ellen Weinstock, Carla Pollack, David Abelow.
British Reds in Protest to Russians
LONEM UTA. The exec-
utive c Communi.' Party, one of the first
in the Wi" to protest anti-Jewish
bias in tht S< viet l'nion, reiterated
this we< ;.n appeal to Soviet
Communist Party leaders to erad-
icate the 'remnants of anti
Semitlsm.'
The appeal was couched in the
framewor-; on an assertion that
the British Communist Party had
consistent] campaigned against
anti Semit in any form and that
greater pi .ress had been made in
the Soviel l'nion in eliminating
anti Semi'.- i than anywhere else
in the w<
The s'i'ement said that the
Soviet L'-!on had led in elim-
inating i-'i-Semitism despite the
"crimes cgainst Socialist dem-
ocracy ti-^een 1948 and 1953,"
a reference to the Stalin era,
which -id adverse effects on
Soviet Jtft, as in many other
fields o' c'tmocracy and retarded
| THERE ARE
the process of eliminating all
forms of discrimination" in the
USSR.
The statement then recited a list
of "measures taken in the Soviet
Union since 1953 to redress earlier
wrongs." These included the sel
ting up of a Yiddish publishing
house, publication of the Yiddish
language Sovietische Heimland,
organization of a number of drama
and concert groups "and Yiddish
readers and writers' conferences."
However, the executive added, it
was "impossible' that in a his-
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To Naval Acad.
Neal Edward Farr will he enter-
ing the U.S. Naval Academy at
Annapolis. Md on June 29
The young Miami Beachite is one
of 15 young men nominated by
Cong Dante B. Kascell scheduled
to enter three of the U.S. military
service academies this summer to
begin a four year course of train-
ing.
All are residents of Florida's
Fourth Congressional District
the southern half of Dade and
all of Monroe County.
Normally, a congressman can
expect to fill a minimum of one
vacancy at each of the three acad-
emies," Fa-cell explained "How-
ever, by using the Citizens Rating
Heard, highly-praised by the De-
partment of Defense and by too
military officials, we have con-
sistently achieved an exceptionally
high average of cadet nominees
selected."
Young Fair is the son of Mr.
; and Mrs. William Fair. 1P8 Palm
Aw, Palm Island.
torically short period of less than
half a century "every vestige ol
anti-Semitism among the popula-
tion could be eliminated. Remnants
of anti-Semitism remain among
individuals, as do remnants of
other reactionary ideas and atti-
tudes against which there is and
must be a continuous struggle."
For these reasons, the execu-
tive committee said, it was ask-
ing the Central Committee of the
Soviet Communist Party to give
"sympathetic consideration" to
certain steps "in addition to all
that has been done" to cope
with anti-Semitism.
One of the steps was that the
ideological struggle againsl the
remnants of anti-Semitism "be im-
proved." Another was an appeal
that "greater care' be exercised
in conducting "ideological work"
against religion and nationalism
'so as to avoid imperimissible
crudities which have nothing to do
with a principled Marxist position
and which can be exploited by anti-
Semites to further anti-Semitism."
Referring to an earlier state-
ment on the issue, the executive
committee said that in January.
it had pointed out that religious
freedom implied the Facilities to
obtain ritual articles associated
with religious worship and that
"facilities for obtaining of some
such articles" by Russian Jews
"are still insufficient."
The statement stressed that the
British Communists understood
"that the solution of these matters
lies with the Soviet authorities"
and that it was offering its sug-
gestions "in a fraternal way be-
cause what happens in the USSR
on all such questions is of deepest
interest to Communists every-
where ."
Temple Israel
Forum Series
Announced Here
Temple Israel of Greati i M
this week announced its Town Hall
Forum si ries for 1966 *>T.
The series will begin on i
24 with David Schoenbrun, not< l
radio and television news com-
mentator, with a discussion o
What Ever Happened to the
('.rand Design?
On Nov. 22. Walter Sullivan,
science news editor of the New
York Times, will discuss "Is There
Intelligent Life Beyond the
Earth?"
Jules Feiffer, distinguished
social critic cartoonist, follow*
on March 28, 1967, in a talk on
"The Social Critic in America
Today." On Apr. 30, Arthur
Schlesinger, former advisor to
Presidents Kennedy and John-
son, will discuss "The World We
Want And How to Get It."
The fifth in the Temple Israel
annual series will include a bonas
lecture on Feb. 16 by the Hon.
Marion. The Lady C'hesham, M.P.,
Of Tanzania, in a talk on "Can
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Friday. Tune 24. 1968
Rabbi Shimon Azulay. president of the Hebrew Educators Al-
hance, presents the Torah Award to Leon Holtz, of Con-
gregation Adath Yeshurun, at the community graduation
exercises of the Central Hebrew High School of the Bureau
of Jewish Educational and the Junior Hebrew High Depart-
ments. Hebrew Educators Alliance of Greater Miami has un-
dertaken to sponsor the Torah Award yearly to the most
outstanding Bible student in the community.
Colombia Jewry
Planning Census
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i munirj in Barranqaiira. Colom-
ia, has taken the initiative in
irrying out a regular census of
- Jewish population
Details of this aethrit} and of
irranquilla Jewry's tight 1> organ
ed community structure were
veil to a meeting <>f the World
wish Congress In New York by
nlos Kalusin, the community's
esldent
Kalusin was welcomed by Dr.
1 aurlce I. Perlzweig, World Jew-
h Congress director of interna
>nal affairs
He is the brother of Enrique
Kalusin. of 1135 NE 110th St.,
vho came to Miami when Fidel
Castro seized power in Com-
-lunist Cuba, and who is a found-
er of the Cuban Hebrew Circle
ere.
( arlos Kalusin said thai a census
itiated last year had shown that
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the community numbered nearlj
1.000. the bulk being members of
the Aahkenazic community. The
i;.irrant|iiilla Jewish leader re-
ported that no member of the
Aahkenazic community had been
involved in intermarriage in the
pas) 26 years
The community maintains the
Centro Nraelita Pilantropico, the
representative council of which
Kalusin is president. Under the
Centro are four ma}oT institutions:
Beth Kl Synagogue, Colegio He-
breo "Union," Social Club and the
( hevra Kadisha Each of these four
constituent groups has it- own
president and board who, with foul
community delegates at large, form
the board of trustees of the centre
Israelite.
Kalusin said that the Colegio
Hebreo provides a full secular
and Jewish education for almost
300 children from nursery school
through high school. Spanish,
English and Hebrew are the lan-
guages of instruction and at pres-
ent there are about 70 non-
Jewish children enrolled in the
school.
"In fact.'' Kalusin reported, the
prize for the best Hebrew scholar
went to a non Jewish girl, a couple
of years ago."
Barranquilla is one of the four
centers of Jewish settlement in
Colombia whose total Jewish pop-
ulation is about 10,000. Four years
ago. the community completed a
complex of new buildings which
include the synagogue, the Social
Club and the school.
In addition to the four major
institutions, the small Barran-
quilla community also has Zionist
groups, WIZO, a Ladies' Auxiliary
and welfre groups, although the
caseload for such agencies is small.
The establishment of the com-
plex of Jewish buildings had ere
ated a landmark in the city. Kalu
sin said, and local civic authorities
had high praise for the compact
fashion in which the community's
key institutions had been central
toed
Describing relation- with the
authorities and the Colombian
community in general as "most cor-
and 'friendly." Kalusin said
thai "there arc minor problems
facing the community, but these
involved primarily the lack of com
munit) personnel a Spanish
rabbi for the synagogue,
I issfbrj additional teachers
for the school.'
Historian Raps Arendt Nazi View
a (
NEW YORK -- (JTAi Mrs
Barbara Tuehman, a best-selling
lopular historian of modem Bu-
nas denounced Hannah Ar-
widely publicized views in
Bust, includin
thai the European Jews
Nazi program ol
in.
Tuehman expressed het
i imes wei
lection i rtice in
be bool

of Adolf Eichn i
Mrs. Tuehman noted that Miss
Arendt, in her book on Eich-
mann, had subtitled it "the ban-
ality of evil." Mrs. Tuchmann
asserted that for the author of
that "ineffable phrase as ap-
plied to the murder of six mil-
lion to have been so taken in
by Eichmann's version of him-
self as just a routine civil serv-
ant obeying orders is one of1 the
puzzles of modern journalism."
\ i ihi

.m o
rh.'it he wa
an as a
defense, his
imed post mam
ed I inl 'in
and trial It was the crux ol his
plea "
Mrs Tuchm in asserted thai Miss
Vrendt's acceptance of Eichmann's
plea "at face value (,itho.
a remarkable naivete or else
JCiOUS de-ire to support
mann's defense, which ,. ,.Vl.
more remarkable. Since
(Million wain- a ainst
te to the in mid
Vi ii. one i- left witl
..: i
The issue of the extent of the
Jews' cooperation in Iheli ow
destruction. Mis. Tuehman v
"is clarified" in Hanitner'i boot-
"for anyone who withe -0 un-
derstand rather than to iuige.
She added that the
ne-- of the thesis thai tl
"were somehou respoi i
their nun slaughter" v as II
shifting the guilt to Ihi vi
relieves everyone else
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Tew in quantity and high in quality" is their
class motto as graduates of Mesivta Senior
Hjqh School received distinguished honois
from the Florida State Board'of Regents for
scoring in the upper five percent of nil Florida
high school students on a state-wide exam-
-nation. Left to right are Mark, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Safra, North Miami Beach; William.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Berman, Coral'
les; Kenneth, son of Mr. and lavid
Wolf, Far Rockawny, N.Y.; David, so:: of Mi.
and Mrs. Hyman Galbut,
Jacques, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Doppelt.
Belgium; and Ephraim, snn of Mrs. Sara Silver-
man, Miami. Proud of theu outstanding aca-
demic achievements are (left to right) Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, principal of Mesivta;
Hyman Koiko, president of the board of trus
tees; and Louis Merwitzer, chairman of the
rd of education. Mere than 400 friends of
Mesivta participated in the ceremonies
lace in the Ida Appel Auditorium
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graduates, Invocation and bene-
diction were delivered by Jac-
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An original script bj the gradu
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William Berman and Kenneth
Wolf. Participating in the dramatic
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hi the three previous gradu-
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Caroline Budnick, First graduate
of the Olga and Margaret Weis
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on -Why a Hebrew High School
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Greetings were delivered by
.Murray Berkowitz, chairman of the
dinner committee, and Hyman |
Kolko. president.
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Friday, June 24, 1S66
ICe/i
g
ions
s<
crvices
U his (AJeehend
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION HUKKAT
Moses strikes the rock with his staff and water :-' forth.
AGUDATH ACHIM Lcmbardy Hold.
6305 CC'ins Ave. Orthodox.
I

H '
AGLOATH ISRAEL 780^ Cariyle Ave.
O-thodox. Raobi Isaac Ever

AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 9115 SW 67th Ave Oorthodox
Cantor Morris Barr.
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave
Conservative. Emanuet Kushelwitz.
president.
----- ----
IETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Caitor
William W. Lioson.
K:ii Sermon "Faith an I
- ins a re Thi y < rppoaltes i'.'
rah Edward, i Mi- Moll>
Shaft-i V t'ha S ;* m

ETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schift
-iv i jim 8 itui da> 10 a m.
eVn rhi l..." ..! I. f.- Minolta
i ; in
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
aox Rabbi Berel Wein.
, -. .
i > Hoilnew
-----
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabhi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
-----
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben.Art.
s.-.iurii;i> B:45 a.n > rmon Lawa
Musi Be Observed." S p.m I *ori ion
I Law '. ; ill 'Til. Law Plua Free--
<1..m "
ETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
'3630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi R'rhs-d Marcovitz. Cantor
Seymour Hinkea.
i laj t ] 5 p.m. Sermon: "The Laval
> m.' Sisterhood will host thel
Ones Shal bai Saturday 8:43 :. m Bar
M isvah: Danny, son E -tin
----- -----
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
4*
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
i
6 Tamuz 7:07 pjn.
f
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz Cantor Jacob Renier.
K: l!:iv 5 II p m Satnrda) IS m
Bar Mltxvah Sal n of Mr and
Mrs N.i! Cohen; H;,rr> son o( Mr
nnd Mi* iwiii i-.t ii.i i*man Mil h
< I.' I ..r MlttU .' K< Ml- III. .-"il
,.f Mi Ur .- rkln
9'NA RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Rtchter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
K .1 ; m s. in- i !"' rli and
t Mitsval :..-:
on of Mi nd Mr> H) lan l: ibln
Paturria I > m

CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MI-
AMI. 1242 Washington Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig.
-
-LAGLFR GRANADA 5C NW 51st
Pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enteld. r*ntnr George Goldberg.
Prlda) '.:'." i' n S.......i. "Portion
.-: U k SatUI'd I) B:30 : in Mil. ha
5:30 p.m.
FT. LAUDEROALE JEWISH CEN-
TER. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Conservative. Dr. Jack L. Morris.
president. Cantor Theodore Min-
dich.
----- ----
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801
S. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton Cantor Jerome
Klement.
----- ----
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd. Rev.
Paul Deutsch.
BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
HEBREW LESSON
"7%?t ^7 nnwn ir^aga
r-n Vr nnjg niwi pi ,n*
V2'7\ -icon n*?3 .-:irn -i?o
)~T3 .D"? ya-ix wz
,^Dpn rrg ?$ rrtrpj
ni:K3i D'n-'rn *?$ nt:a
SWiB n:r* ipon n'3 T?1?
.D'TQ^nn a-i-rona na
* : : t |
-icr^n .nnai rn:n .main
* : t : : -
*?q xin vgQ -icon n'33
.nprn no^a i3 ah *X3S
Itt-: : t :
"ipon n*a V? itto^O'?
rnvrrp nyi^n oa ar "atn :
D'pip. *?$
-ap1? "I*r *a'n -ippn rrg
*a: ^pn-1? pi nby!
,-ii3s pnx xinc -l?xitr,71
riji?1? x^n fty nnpan n^
.^xntrs nixp!n nx
(fTjVw rnas n-na nttsini)
Naval Officer School
When the State of Israel was
established 18 years ago, there
were not enough Jewish sailors
and officers to man the ships of
the new state Israel was compelled
t-. hire many foreign sailors and
officers who. came from various
i ntries nr^uiui'thc vutm.
lea the navj Israel Has a
i mai ine fleet <>f
. hips id which
most ol 'I officers are
tied a
i school on the
I
;
i
r receivi is as
11. .ai office] actuate certifi-
narn i^-
: t
n'.'TSR1? lap r-3
^xitr nna nrp irx3
i ; lit v -: -
avspi n-n^a txa oya n3
^33 13V;1? ^a ,n-iin"
.nsnnn nnan *?^ nr:xn
f f -; T T: T
^ip"? nnnaa nr*n ^x-itr
D-n^a nVp* ni:x3 ni1a^
t tv t: t t -: -
1X3 -I^X -D*?"1 DnT BT$}*\
.D"7is73 niiic* ninpa
"7lT| '-inoa 's Dl .n^c? Q*n
t : t" t -
"iqi rrtVii| nisi ni*:x dl*
-^pni D'n^an 3-1 p3 ,mrr
.n^Tin; dh D"}
??, cnn nil ijhj-j -73
.trwr d" Tspi trn-i-o
: t l: t r
?7 fjipoa n^apn nnnp
"ipp n"a (np,n t1?) ip
CTTP^Cg .0^ TSp1? in^a
,n.T ipp-n*3 cr-iaia -iirx
cates from secondary school. In
the naval school, the students also
receive military training. It is a
four-year course. During this per-
iod, the students sail out on boats
of the school, on ships of the navy,
and also aboard ships of the mer-
chant marine.
The students live in a dormitory
alongside the school. A student
committee organizes cultural, social
activities and entertainment. The
conduct at the school is semi-mili-
tary, and is very strict in disci
pline The students wear a special
uniform.
. 1 school belon to the
government and the "Hevel "> ami
which is .. publ
ose of de-
1
Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
----- ----
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th
St.. Homestead. Conse-vative.
----- -----
ISRAELITE LtNTER '175 S*** 2Mh
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom l_
Or>-l". Cantor Louis Cohen.
Prlda) 6 10 pin Baturda) v 13 m
Sermon "Tha, Portion of the Week."
-- -----
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY,.
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washinoton Ave '
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
----- ----
KNESETH ISRAEL, 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Self.
Friday ;.:'." p.m. Saturda; 8 B0 ..
Sermon: "The Bl( Mistake." I p.m
<';..s~. in Talmuii und Bthlca I".,:li. re
---------
LUBAVITCHER M.NYAN. 800 Wash
ington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abra
ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field.
---- -
MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
- e
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
man.
Saturda) 10 a.m Sermon: "Statute'
with Reasons." Min. ha 8:45 p.m
-----
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah
mias.
----- ----
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan.
----- ----
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con
aervative. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Stone
Cantor Maurice Neu.
Fini.i> ;:" p.m. Saturda) B 15 a.m.
Strmon 'Scripture Lesaon f.r ih-
Sabbatn." Bar MJtsvah; Harris K-ith.
son ol Mr and Mrs Sidney Solomon
\i: ha l:4S 11 :n
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
--------
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er
nest Steiner.
TEMPLE BETM EL OF MOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
----- -----
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Saul H. Breeh.
-----
TEMPLE BETH SHIP.AH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconatructiomst. Rabb<
Morris Skop.
----- -----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisn
Cantor David Convieer.
I
TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8tl.
St. Conservative.
----- -----
TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Abraham Reiseman.
Prlda; 8:30 p.m Sermon "Wei kl)
I .' iwn."
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
Prida) fl p in Saturday 9 .. m Ser-
How shall We Observe l-ii- -
'Milestones?" Min. ha 7 p m,
----------
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF CHEATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot.
---- ----
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
3500 SW 69th Way. Conservative.
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
----------
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per.
Friday s ]. in. St-rvk-cs will b<- i-..n- I
ducted by Harold Jaffer, member ..f
board "f trustees Mrs Jaffer will
offer th.. candle blessing
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
----- -----
TEMPLE NER TAMID. Mth St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
---------------------- --------------------1
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Ralph Olixman.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary office 1820 NE 164th St
Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy.
Cantor Chat Qale.
Friday sir. p.m. Dei u ion: "Portion "f I
Hie week." Saturday 11 a.m. Bai
Mltsvah: Jonathan, s..n ..f Mr and
Mrs Mk-hael Weston Weekend serv-
held :.i Washington Federal
.N'i: I67th St
-----
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E
4th Ave.. Hiaieah. Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Friday 8:1.1 p.m Saturda) I a.m
e
TEMPLE ZION 8000 Miller Rd. Con
aervative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
e
TEMPLE 2AMORA 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell 3er
9*r. Cantor Ben Dickson.
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a
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Mianv
Conservative. RaCb, Hen->
Wernick.
YOUNG .SCiAFL .0 NE 17'st St
Orthodox Rabbi Sherwin St.

YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BE--
54?.44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Naf-
tali Porush
And Moses smote the rock with his rod
water came forth abundantly" (Num. 20. 11)
and
HL'KKAT The portion begins with "the stati i| thi
law of the red heifer, whose ashes "shall Ik kept for tl congn
gation of Israel as a water of sprinkling ... a purifies froi
sin" (Num. 19. 9). At the outset of their fortieth yeai in the
wilderness, the children of Israel reached the desert orj v.n and
halted at Kadesh There Miriam died.
When the water gave out. (iod instructed Moses i Aaron
to gather the Israelites before a rock; Moses was to speak to the
rock, and it would gush water. But Moses, irritated at tl leople'l
complaints, struck the rock with his rod.
For th^ lack of faith in the divine power, Roses i I Aaron
were punished with never being able to enter the Promised Land.
From Kadesh. the children of Israel moved on to Mount Hoi.
where Aaron died Thence they circled the land of Edom, and
arrived at Transjordan from the east, defeating the trees oi
Sihon. king of the Amorites, and Og, king of Bashan
This recounting of the Weekly Portlcr of the Law is y
tracted and based upon "The Graphic Kis'ery of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollrran-Tsamir, 515 Pub'-sher is
Sbengold, and the volume is available at 27 William S* Ntw
York 5, N.Y. President of tne society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUIPI1
Turn to GodNot
Only in Adversity
By RABBI DAVID LEHRFIELD
Knesseth Israel Congregation
In the portion of the Torah that
we read this Saturday, we are told
of the sin of Moshe and of his pun
ishment
Our Torah tells us that when
the Jewish peo-
ple were thirst-
ing for water,
they turned to
Moshe. who
turned to God.
and who told
him to speak to
the rock and let
the waters come
forth Moshe. in
a moment of
anger, hit the
rock instead,
and watered the
people. The Al-
mighty there- Rabbi lenrfield
upon told Moshe that, because of
his sin, he would not be allowed
to enter Eretz Yisrael.
Rashi. our great commentator,
tells us that the sin of Moshe was
a severe one. He not only dis
obeyed the command of God, but
he let a poor example for the peo-
ple. For now the people would
think that the only ti.....hey must
fulfill tht commandment ol <;<-d
is when they are beaten, not when
they are merely spoken to, This, oi
course, is wrong. We a beholden
to fulfil! tht will of C. 11 not merily
in a time of crisis, but -very lime
and in every circun- ince
Is not tht sin of Moshe repeated
daily in our lives? When someone
dies, or someone in r we are
being faced with ses. financial jp)
problems, and when. ippeai tc
be beaten b} fate, is that the
time we turn to Go
By all means, we d turn 10
God at this lime ever "
should realize thai e should >"k
our Creator whin !'-.- go well
with us. too. when i- just
speaking to us from he Torah,
not only when he i- 'peakinf lo
us through the law- latun in
unhappy circumstar.c
This is the lesson five", ti us
today in the sin of >. >she. It is a
lesson all of us can learn This same idea was conveyed to
us by the wisest of all Vws. King
Solomon, when he St I Renum-
ber your Creator in :Ue day- cf
your youth, btfore the days ol come."
Rabbi Stern Accepts
Religious Body Medal
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, spiritual
leader of Jacob C. Cohen Com-1
munity Synagogue of Miami
Beach, was chosen by the Religi-
ous Zionists of America to receive
the Rabbi Herzog Gold Medal
Torah Fellowship Citation at the |
annual dinner of the organization |
on Wednesday evening at the
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New!
York, it was announced by Rabbi'
Mordecai Kirshblum. chairman of:
the 18th Israel anniversary din-
ner of the organization. Over LINK)
guests from all parts of the United
States attended t- affair.
i Stern is ,i leader in the
gious Zioni I movement in the
United States lie is currently
chairman of the Southeast Region
of tin Religious Zionists of Ai
Rabbi Stern is the author of
several volumes on the relation-
ship between science and tradi-
tion. Me has also written exten-
sively on Israeli on.fitutional
law.
Rabbi Stem is a fo lder of the
Torah Society of America and pub-
lishes the Torah Digest He has
composed the Haggadah for the"
Passover holiday in : te Spanish
language.
Along with Rabbi Stern, the Re-
ligious Zionists also honored real-
tor Samuel I.efrak. Dr David de
Sola Pool, and Max (" in. former-
ly of Chicago and r >f Miami
Beach.
. _
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of |
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Friday. June 24. 1355
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Beachite Earns
f\ f\ *^ f J+K f% Medical Degree
W W || |[ Jr | r -^ Ronald Jay Rothstein. a gra
fc* JL-IX* > ir' I ate of Miami Beach High, i
aEg
3ar and Bas Milzvah boys and girls of Temple Menorah are
inducted cs honorary members of the United Synagogue Youth
at a spericl supper. Standing (left to right) are Raphael 3eh-
moiras, Jorge Chervony. Martin Gorodetzky, Ronald Schor.
Jeffrey Cohen. Robert Weiner. Marc Svssman. president;
Dahlia Abrcmowitz. vice president; Janet Kratzer, secretary;
Harris Goldberg. Mark Stang, Alan Gewanter. Bruce Kramer.
Gary Dworitz. Seated (left to right) are David Abramowitz,
Sharon Steckler. Janet Wallman. Jill Robbins. Debby Jacobson.
Sandra Berenthal, Ilene Kulber=h, Ira Stracrman. Not shown
are Barry Levitt, Doris Faro. Andy Rubel, Patti Englander, Jan
Carter, Neal Slansky, Bennett Bramson. Gerald Wilson, Gerry
Perlman, Kenneth Carman. Mark Ginsberg, Sharlien Orvieto,
Jonathan Nelson.
Can Our Policy be Entirely Wrong?
Ronald Jay Rothstein. a gra i ;
ate of Miami Beach Higl |
a doctor of medicine degree from
tlu- University of Florida and wilt
intern at the Stamford Medical
Center in Palo Alto. Calif.
Dr. Rothstein earned a BS de-
cree at the University of Floridi
and is a member of Phi Beta Kaj.
pa Honor Society. He also belong!
>o Alpha Epsilon Delta, pre-med
cal honor society. Phi Eta Sigma,
freshman honor society, and Phi
Kappa Phi. senior honor society.
Son of Mrs. A. A. Rothstein,
and the late Mr. Rothstein, Dr.
RothMein is the brother of Alan
H. Rothstein. former prosecutor
for the City of Miami Beach.
He is married to the former
Barbara Book, of Melbourne, Fla,
a medical technologist.
Continued from Pije 3-A
f >r negotiating the pi
convince both frier
thai its ultimate iru t
iffensive, but rather
But again, her.
the translation of th
mse shall .-
:i lopt a total "hand
and" pern.it future
aggression, both ove
1 Shall we. if pen':
r.iunist party in Isr
arms and assistance
la and threaten
throw of the democ:
tace It mu.-t
i and foe
: < are not
tensive.
th rub
incept of
''..'('lent'
i-Oif' policy.
>mmunist
rt mill subt-
i om
ael receives
: m Soviet
the over-
Jtive Israeli

Cympfllltij ~." i
:llii'"i U wMu/tde
Vat Exotic Gtirtlms
MIAMI Vivt! 8EACH
CORAL GABLES -lOUYWOOO
FT. LAUOIRDALE 10CA -WON
Government. fomenting civil
strife, divorce ourselves mtirely
from that conflict0
Were Jew ; no) ar ;i h the
Eisenhower \ Iminist ti in for
condemnin. the Sir paign
v hich was provoke-i
Fedayeen?
We publicly chide th
Government for cultui il ex-
terminating our Jewish brothers
in Russia and even implore our
own :;.>'. ei......ent to ir.*":. I;
they were threatened with geno-
cide, wouiii we then preach a pol-
icy of non-involvement, and write
it off as a civil war?
Did we n it feel relieved when
the I'S .....ered 'he European
theater or war? Did we not de-
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Good sn ixpe iced i >binical,
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Is interested i -' p r.
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&4 CjoeJ \J\m* J^etter *jhan Cjreot Kichtt.
C7X. 2W of GJ
_/Jlc#i rCetuain with I '--
plore the provincial philosophy
of isolationism before Pearl
Harbor?
Herein lies our diiemnia. We
abhor war and yet are nol
to distinguish between what the
Talmud culls a "Milchemeth Mitz-
vah a war. though evil, but
necessary and a "Milchemet
Reshut" a war whose motive
and need is questiona! le
I. as a human being, a rabbi.
a Jew. a political liberal, am rid-
dled with intellectual and emo
tional conflicts concerning this
ideological war confronting man-
kind. I can not take an unequiv-
ocal position and must therefore
question any extreme position ad-
vocated by national bodies or
individuals
JWV Group
Pians rscmc
Harrj H. Cohen Surfside-
Harbor Auxiliary JWV is ha
an all-day picnic for members and
friends at Haulover Beach on Sun-
day. July 3. at Shell it 2
Members are askt I t > bring
lunch. Drinks and r >sl ments
will be sen ed.
Kmal meeting tup was
held Wednesday evening at the
Surfside 'town Hall Agenda in-
cluded obligation to all new mem-
bers,
Wanted: Conservative Rabbi
ALSO TEACH HEBREW SCHOOL
. DIRECT SUNDAY SCHOOL.
Reply FR 4-3112 or 665 25 37 or write
P.O. Box 463, Tamiami Station, Miami
It is easy > be an armchair
general, president, or secretary of
state. It :- p.- re lifficult to be
the acid tests of decisions
in international crises And it is
I isl painful for men of liberal
convictions who earnestly labor
for peace, publicly to confess: I
can not condone, but can neither
mn I just do not know.'' I
Imit that Spec. 1st
' l.i m nwBaser died in
vain.
1 ili lear ;i\e us wisdom
to kn iv .: discernment to un-
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Ihou an I lent the I i t tu
It) and iiaiJ long conversations with tome ol the
oung men and won* i cek to acquire drills
the multiple craft cinema in i la room
make -lufi studios provided on tl.'- campu Hi al o had
two-hour rathei [rank exchange ol ideas w it ti President
Tito
No tuch discus ioni and dircd contacts with the -tu
dent bodies ;it large are Feasible in the Eastern European
rountriei visited bj Douglas tins yeat The actot was not
allowed to address universities in Poland, Czechoslovakia
nd Rumania, though he found life much more relaxed
in these countriea as he did in Hungao where, by mere
chance, in i Budapest restaurant he crossed paths with
laaus Kadar, tin- Prime Minister ol the republic
Peace in Hearts of Egyptians
Das .''.- .;.' eesBBH
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As We Were Saying: By ROBOT L SEGAL
Federal Civil Rights Conference Chief
BEN W HEINEMAN
Sort!
In t ire I
beduled
rant

Not ai
the
tent blowing tl
hetto ol Not 'he new OEt' I
rath of the ;>->. still
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r;d its proper target- Be>onc (hat tret* .- I
that ar.ti-po-.erty plan* are rev\ed up .r. the 5:r_-.! to
beip prevent nots in the Mnui
And beyond that truth is the truth that tnanj a -
politan area i atremble over the stark post
not ir. the next lew ueeks E-.t- --
Wall Street Journal suggests that there are at lea.-' _
,. urban a:ea- classifiable a- high tension c
: -r a racial explosion The Watts
~ry >oui many .:.-,
mumties are spoiling for the il
eary outlook

ruble in '.

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to deal v
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Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
Israel Police an
Jeru Ii
AN INTENSIVE
: iblicil and it i tigat in i^
... .
WI .1 the hard
conclusivi t will taki
time before the police fully
tir iii- dat a i ilread
taint 'i b) II ir:..i e
' omplaint* excessivi
force durin 01 aftet arrest are alt
police i ce thi u ie "i forci beii
Hi" ta I. ol the police, it i- alwaj .1
quantitative I as to how much should
should not have been applied And the Israel
a police .-ill ovei the world, maintain thai
suspects chat of force in order to pn
u.i'. to retract in court whatever admissions tl
made during the police investigation.
Indeed the not too numerous cases where mis
handling ol suspects i>> police a* substantiated la
the past did not evoke any public outcry. It was
accepted that such Isolated eaaea can happen any
where and it was assumed that police officials take
Being Investigated
1 measures to punish those involved in
excesses.
Howevet n eenl weeks thi
manj incidents hitting the eye of the public it
started with a briel item in "Haaretz." Israi
'-' morning paper, which reported that four i-Viks
m the Tel Avh Income Tax office, suspcted of brib-
ers were main ated in .1 police station where they
urn- called in for interrogation Though held
four days (under a detention warrant signed by a
judge), thej were not permitted by the police to
'rni their families ol their whereabouts Alter a
editorial on the case in the same paper
a few days later, the police -poke-man sent a letter
of complete denial to the paper Along with the
Mter. Haaretz published some further unpleasant
details dug oui by its reporter- contradicting the
official denials The paper discovered, among other
things, that the investigating police officer against
whom the detainees complained, was a few months
earlier already firmly criticized for abusing a sus-
pect (also an income tax official) by the Supreme
Court which reversed the conviction in lower courts
gainst that suspect.


Friday. June 24, 1966
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\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
CF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 66C-3919
NOTICE OF SUIT
ii >\ .i. i.ani iltY Sit and
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ii mlants.
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t I- in i ii brought ngnlnsl s n'l
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i'mirt of I lade County, Florida, if the
Courthouse in Miami. Florlds, on or
before July 1966, and to wrve n copy
i -inb answer upon Plaint if fa' attor-
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Decree l'n. 1'i.iifissn will I.i iiTi-: -< 1
against you for tin- relief demanded
iiu, i omplaint,
I'.it.-d at Miami. Florida. this 26th
) of May. 19tii.
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: 3-10-17-24
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'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 66C 5682
H1NNIE U JINKS,
Plaintiff
vs.
kXNIE DELORJ38 JINKS.
I ii umlaut
:' ANNIE DKLOREti JINKS
246 K'i nn\ Lane
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v.iii. AN.MK" dklores jinks, are
iiy notified that a Bill "f Com-
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I tlnst yoti, and you are required to
[ -' rve a ci.jiy of your Anawer or Plead -
I in ii-i BUI of Complaint "" the
eWl.ilntifre attorney, I.I.VKV. LKVKN-
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I the cii-rk of the circuit rourt '"
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you fail to 'i" no, Judgment by
default will be taken attains! you f..r
the relief dcmaiidi U In the J: 11 of
Complaint.
rtile ni'tic- shall bn publiabed onco
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IK)NE AND ORI>KRKr> at Miami.
Florida, Ihu Mth das of May, A.U.
ltW,
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I Seal) By: MARGUERITE KHrfT
I 'i lmty M. rk
LEVEY, I^BVENSTEIN & SIHKIN
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AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No 66C 5841
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
HKI.KN MARTIN I-;*,
Plaintiff,
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ANDREW MARTINBZ,
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No.. 65C 1279
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
V \ iNNE II' iSK WALK UR,
Plali
..<' \i: ai.v.n \\Ai.Ki:i:
I.....lain
In i'Si' VII VI. \N VV VI.KER
n.wii
i-'Ai: VI. VN W VI.KBR,
. i, ,
II .. I Bill ol "iicii.i i'!' fol I"
-. rci iiis hcen fll'd on, ami
> ..ii sir. iiiii l lo servi cop)
l"..,'iiim i" in. I'. !
i.r i .ii;-, he ululntli i Vt-
I'AI I. K'H'.\i:v. iiu Un. ";"
nl P.eai h, Kli i "la. and I.
ill, orialnal Viii*a'er or I'leadlnii in the
ifl.....i in- i'Ii ik "f the Circuit
i ..mi on or I., fun Ihe 19th da) of
July, i:; If you fail i" do ao, .nil-
mi ni hy defn -.Is will be taken agaln-i
\..ll ".; I'm- relief ik l-i.llliliil ill the
i:ill of Coinplatnt.
'Ti. notice Khali be puttllahed onc
..i. h ie>ek for four coneecutlve weeks
in i in: Jewish i-'i.i'itii'i.vN.
IhiN'i-; AND t)RI>ERED al Miami.
Florida, thb 8lh day of Jum-. A.D.

i: n i.i: \'tiii:i(.\ian. clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
1S..1I1 Bj C. I. ALEXANDER
I leputy < lerk
1'M'l. KW1T.NKY
Attorney fur Plaintiff
_______t/10-17-24 *.'l
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO APPLY FOR
CHANGE OF NAME
Chancery No. 66C 5620
To Whom II May Concern:
Notice Is herebj given that the
underaianed petitioner, MAZIE Kl.lX-
ABETII STIKN. whose residence ad-
ilr--- is :'l"7 N.K. ij:tnl Sin. t. North
I, Floridn, In the Olty "f North
Miami, Dade County, Florida, Intends
i......iilj I., the Honorable JAMES VV.
KI.II'iK. .Iiuiue of the Klc\.nth Ju-
dicial ii. lit, i'. and for Dade County,
at bin office In the Count] Court
House, at I :I5 o'clock p m., on the
..Hi day "i July, IVS6, or aa noon there-
after -I" ma) l"- I" ai'l, for n
order chancing her nam from MAZIE
ki.i/.'.uktii s thin to MAcy
STERN, by which name ahe ahall
then afti r i"' know n
i lati ii al Miami, Ploi Ida, tl I
of June, A.D. IMS
m VSUE i:i.i/.ai.t:tii STIRN
Petitioner
IJ38TER ROOER8
ait.nin s for I'. 'iii"iicr
:"' N W : Hh Street
M ami, I 'mi i'la
J/3-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 70915-B
ii UR i:-i.i-
i.ii.i.ia.n i sii.v i'Ii:- >
i ........
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ilitom nil All IN rsoim
Iiu liia i ms 11. in.in.i- Vuainsl
\'nil ......| notified I re-
.1 -..:-. -.1.1 .nil '.,1 il. -
'
ealali LILLIAN C sll VPlltn
te of Nil .--an I'olinl), Ni u
ihi .iiu v .1 nines of I lade
ll file till fll
.; .1 a Seel .. Fli r-
Ida Statut.-e, In 'In Ir ol..... In the
i '"Il I 111 illse in I '.i'Ii < "HUM .
'i thin id* cab ndar monthn
from tin time of the flrat puhlh-ni on
hereof, or the -.i in. -.\ ill !. Iiu ri 'I
Haii.I -ii Miami, Fluridu, 111i. lath
'laj nl Ma) All. lull,
LEON VRD SH VPIRO
l'i 'l.l'll SlfAPIRI'
A- Km ni-1 -
Flrat ''ii-.iii.'ii of ilii- notice on
the si*i .i.ii of June, ItiSo.
PHI .11' .1. MILLER
Attorne) for the Exi^utors
i"7 Lincoln Eload, Miami Beach. Fla.
6 3-10-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 5713
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
HKI.i'YS il. CESPEDES
K' IDRKH-ESS
Plaintiff,
Al'ni.Ki. RODR1QUEZ 'I- Is NUEZ,
Defendant.
TO: Alail.FO KODIIICIJEK de la
N i' l -.'/.
Col Ninth St. flair
I'lltaburah 6, P. nnaylvsnls
YiiU AUK IIERKBIV notified 'hat
a Complaint for Divorce ban l'
filed anaiiu-t you, and you are hereby
required to serve a ropy of your
anawei i" the Complaial on tin- Plain-
tiffs attorney. LKHTER ItoOERS.
whose address is :::> N'.W. llth Strei :.
Miami. Florida, and file the original
of the Answer In the office ..f 'In-
Clerk of the Bleventh Judicial Circuit
in and f..r Dade County, Florid*.....
or before tin- 1th day of July, II.....
,u default of which the Complaint will
b.- taken a .....if< wed i>> yoii
DATBD this 27th day of May. I9b
i: i: i.ka tiii.km VN
i "lerk of tl"- "Ircull "ourl
li. MAROUERITK KENT
ii 3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME L A'"
NOTICE IS Ili.lii.iA '.l\ I'..
Ilio Ui '
In biiali
kit 'i:::i'... K vai'HI i .' B al
" s w ? A\ ii.i. M !
Intend
Ircull Court "i Dade
i ',.11111-. ....
PIRATES < 'VI.. IN' .
a I : I c.i I'.'lal loll
r Ml. VND I VNDY
Mi,,. ,,i ( fol Vppllcanl
, An,.11..... Bank Bids Miami
ii 17--1 i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 69949-C
In RE: Eatate at
JOHN Ml l.Ti i.\ t!lt 1'. .-. asi.l.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons
Bavins Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified anil re-
quired to preeenl an) claims and de
nuuids which you ma) have against
the .-.I.H. of JOHN MIl.'l'i'N liHoll
.! a.-.'ii lati "i Dade County, Florida,
in Hi. County Judges of I'ad.- County,
ami file th< same In duplicate anil as
provided In Section 7:'.::.iii. Florida
Statutes, In their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within -:\ enlondar .....mh- from
..... '! the first pniiTi-aiii.il here-
of, ,- the same will In Isirred.
Dated ..' Miami, Florida, this 26th
lav ni May. VI'. 1986.
BRACE l!R< >ll
A- Vilmiiiisti-iiti i\
first publication of ihi- notice mi
rt daj of June, I96U.
MORRIS '" 111 EN
Vitorn. i for Irace r'.rob
' pone. In- I mi Blvd.
Coral tiabli b. Fla,
.', 3-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 69949-C
In RE: Relate of
iiiHN MILTON OROB
DeC< !
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To i i .1 "H a and All IN or
llavlnit t*l:iims or Domuiiils Against
s-.i.i Kstatu
V"n are hereby notified and re-
quired in pn -at in) claims and
I. nands which vou may hav. against
. -lal.- "I Jl HIN Mll/TON llltlllt
d< i'. .: ate of I ludo County, Flor-
.. thi County Judge., of Dade
County, ini file th<- same In .luiili-
uati ..i"i ii I'l'-'l in Si'.-iiiiii 7;l:i.iii.
la Statutes, In their ofrlei in
lunty ''i.'ii-ilioiis.' in Dade Coun-
ty, Plorlda, within six calendar tnonOn
... the time "f the first puWIeatlon
In i "f. nr the same will he burred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 27th
day ui Ma). v i> I......
:it VCE 'ill' IB
\- Vdmlnlsfral i\
l'n I'niiii. ui un of I his not.....n
las -I June, Tniii.
Mi IRRIS i'i ill EN
\ i "! ,. \ I'ii ii .ci i Iri.li
".-.'I Poni I le Leon Blvd.
i tables, l'i-1.
.. : 'a 17 :'l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni'Tli'K IS IlKltKHY fllVEN Hull
the nil.I. rslgm d, ill -ll inn lo el
Hi II I- 111 .-- tllllll I- III. ficlll :!-
uf I'A l'i: TPI I.i: Co. hi numb, r 1322
Nonll Fl ili l.ll I I: !: ., Ill thi '
"i Homei lea I, Kloi Ida, ..... lid.- lo
ime w .Hi I in- 'I. rk
I lie i i.i in i 'i.,. L of Dude i
Fl. I '-I
'I .'i Ml...... Florida, this 24th
lay .-I M .
HADE I ill. I' VND
Mi 'l: ; \' i. CiiRP
B) il VKRV I.. '' iHEN, I i Id. nl
i
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO APPLY FOR
CHANGE OF NAME
Chancery No. 66C 5098
Nathan)
Ti. Whom It Mn v i 'op,. i M;
Ni.i Ice Is lien li) nil i II lhat 111.
nndi i sign, ii i" iloni rs, ma It vii i<
SH' VVDNG and UH'HAUD JOE
\\ i iNi I, H In.-,, i. -i.i. ii. addr. -.- Is
:::;! N VV. Sill h Ti rraee, in i lie Pit)
of Miami, I '. id I'ounty, l-loridu, Ill-
lends t" appl) In I h. II.......aide Ita i -
........I "1 Ni'li......liulm -a in.. Kiev-
'lull Judicial ''Iii-uil. in ami for IHule
County, at his office in Ihe Count)
Court II. ii.-. .ii Hi la o'clock A.M.,
ii Ihe ;i-t .I.ii .a' July, I-.,,,,. | .,.
so.,n thereafter as Ihe) ma) he heard,
fur an order changing their names
from MAR VH'K SIB H'ONfl ami
RICHARD JOE ft'DSH t.. MAR Y1CK
sir ,H'K .ui.I RICHARD .n iK. b)
which name they shall thereafter be
known.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thi.- 25th
da) nl .May. A.D, 19641,
MAR vii k sir \vi >.Ni:
Rli'HARD .1" >E Wi i.Ni;
Pel It imii rs
WALTERS, MooRK .\ I.XJSTANZO
Attoi neys for Petitioners
1008 Vlnsle) Building
Miami. I- lorida
n ::-'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl i''i: IS HEREBY illVKN thai
.... ,| ||,.. i lo f-l
name
ol -i -' TIIINHS INI.IM.
I
ml to ri liiii
. i .
i: I. LEVIN1
K K I'KN'K '.I.-,
\ nf
Sll A KAVTTNET &
Hi ill USS
, v pplIcn nt s
. ill I ltd M l.inn III Hi 'i
ti, 10-17-21 7/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 70897-C
lii RE: Relate of
ANN \ KIRSClf,
I a-. ,1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons II iv-
Ing Claims or Ihniands Agalnsl Said
i -.
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired i" i'i--'i i an) claims and de-
mands which -"ii ma) havi againal
lh.. cut lite ..I \NNA KIRSCil ll.
ci .i-.-.i lute of I i.i.ii' County, Floi Ida.
t" Hi. County .lii'i--.- i.f Dade County,
and file Ihe same in llllpllcilt' .mil a-
provlded in Section 733.16, Floridn
Siaiiii..-. in ihelr offices in the C......i
Courthouse in Bade County, Florida,
within nix calendar months from the
'in" of the firsl publication hereof, ol
the same will lie barred.
Dated at .Miami. Klnrlda, this 27th
day >.f May, A.D. I9SS
NATHANIEL UUi'KM VN
As Km, nii.i-
Flrsl publication of ihis notl......
tin- 3r*l a.'v "t .lime, ''"..i.
K' i\N KK, M VN.NIIEI M KJt
K I ill KEN Fl El II
Ait'-: in \ for Km iiTur
100 11 iponl Pluau i'. nter
Mia nil. Tl..-
fl : '.' '7 21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is iiki:i:i:n HIVEN that
th.- niiilfi'slgii. a. di*Hlrlng lo engage
in business mull r '.in fictitious nami
of i'AI.'1'S.i BAR, ., 23M N.W 7th
Sin* l. Miami Fis intends to '
said nu in- iih Ihe 'I' rk < th. i Ir-
unit Court of Hade Count). Florida.
MAODAI.BNA l'i:i:i:/.. Own. r
H'17-24 7 I-<
CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
DADE COUNTY. FLA.
No 66C 5972
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
VAII \ I."I ISK ia 11 It I all J
Plaint If r,
\s.
EMM K I i IjAMAR P VIUtIKH
I '. I. ml.,nl
Vi il EMM KTT I.AMU1 PARRISH
...Mi
: i I.hi. I
|o H
Ci
on I
NH l li 'I. \s. i N V I Mi-
ami, Fla and fill Clerk

III In on-

DATED .Inn. I
K. II. Ll IAN. Cl< rk
B) \i.\K'ii rat 11 i: i- XT I"'
'. "-17-.'l 7, 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP'
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No.. 70897-C
in i:i: Esi ,'. of
ANN \ KIUSCII,
I lei a-. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml 'I-, ilitors mill All Pers.
I la\ inn <' .. .in- or i 'i.i nils Again
.-a .I i:- .. .
Y"il III in riliv ii..! il i.-.l aii.I
i scnl an)
li-inaiiil. which "ii mil) lime again
lb. -i He ..I VNNA KIUSCII .1
i lain ..I I >ad< 'mint). Fin Id
lo lh.- C.nillly .In.In. of I ,i.l. Ci ll
I). ."nl ii'. iln -a..... iii duplicate nl
as pro Sis i"ti 7:: !'.. T li ri'
Statutes, in ihelr offices In Ihe Conn
I) ''" irl 1.....-< lu I 'ad, 'inuii \. I "
Ida, within -i\ ni! dnr nuiilhi
the i line "t the flrsl nubile illon h<
of, ... III. -.'iii. will I" hill I 'I
Dated nl Mhiml, l'i. .-..la. till .'
' i.I in.....
NATHANIEL 'il.lt'KM VN
\- i-:\.. iii"i-
Kiist puli hh
i he ".'Ith 'la v I Mil; ; UBS
koVNI I! VI VNNIIRIMER
IN TIKI.I i
Vttol-ne) s ft.r l'7xt-.
i i i /..i nli r
II Elm I
'
i_RCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
DADE COUNTY. FLA.
No. 66C 6067
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
RCI II SVi 'III i|' \
Pi, 'i
I
RK 'II VRI Jl ISEPII SVI IIU 'I \
In fi nilaiil
^ | 'I UICHAUD Jl IKEI'I I SVORi
DA U'-sl..... I 'uknou ii. ai. ii..' ii.
'" 4* r\i ii ." i.i \ .ini unswei
in..... 'oinplii im i ii ii against \ i
ii Plainl .n. v, 11 El llti I
NICIIi il. S, '.:' N VV. 12th Ave., M
i' n i. Fla nail iili original ith Clc
of ihi- i 'ourl mi .a I., fore Jill) I
IIMUi, onijiluiiil vi ill he
! i -' 'I l>\ VOU,
IIATE1' i in. 7. '";
i: 14 LEATIIERMAN, Clerk
B) M Alt'llKKITK K KNT, I '
' '"-17-:'; 7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 71027-C
III RE Eats.....'
UKN.IAMIN LEDWITZ,
1 '. .-.- i .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Perso
Having Claims or Demands Again',
said K.sl.il. :
You are hereby notified and r
iini;i-ii !.. present aii) claims and d->
mands which you ma) huve again
the estate of I'.ir.N.iAM I N LEDW1T/
d.....>.ised Into "I I'a.i. County, Flm-
Ida, i" the Count) Judgei "f I >."
County, and file the same in tin
"lli..- in In Count) i '"urlhmi-i
Dad.- County, i'i-" ni.i. within .-i-* '' -
iii'iai- months from the date "f ti
flrsl publication hereof, or the sun
ill h. barred.
: i: -, Ms i.i N LEDWITZ
KOVNER, mann'i'ii J'.MKi: a
tiREKN FIELD
Attortn \ -
::i>" I iiiponi Plaza Ci nter
.. Florida
i n 17-24 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl "TICK is IIKRKin iI \. EN
tile iiinli i-il: iii .1. lleslrlllu '" enguud
under lh. fictitious na in -
of lll'.lt.NS VXD IMPANY, at 13:2
S Miii i \ i. i M .a nl I-';., Intel
i .ml n.i.n. with 'I" i I- i
"f iln- 'Ircull i 'ourl of I lade i'.....n
Florida
li I.. It ii IRI1 UtATli IN
v T'la. Ciii-ii.
PAUL K II NKY ol
sii.v i':s i KIN, KV\ 11 \i:v A
;. n i -
A lltn m ) l"i Vp|l a nl
120 LIlK "in ltd Mi.inn Beach
17-24 7 .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COLR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 71,169-C
hi RK Ratale ..f
sii INKY .1 Ml 'Si:s.
a/k a SIDNKi .1 \Mi:s MOSRS,
11.-,-, ii ,i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To VII Creditors and All Persoi
11 '' in "r i lenia mi.- A
Said I at- :
Y..II ..i. hi n by notified and r.
ipilred '" present a"\ claims and di -
inn mi- is h eh i' hi ve ai
Hi. i-si lit., "i sll'NI.V .1 MOSE.>
., k .. SIDNEY l VMES M' 'SEN
...i-isl lati of I'll. County Fl
lo In i \ Juds "f l lade Counl'
. -an'. In duplicate
i.......li il in Si lli, Florid
i'..(. Conn
of. II ....
M
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iior

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W
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n.UoM
"(Jewish Floridiain
Miami. Florida. June 24. 1966
Section 3
Miami Y Dedication Spectacular
ud / I amersi hlaq.
I Ame:, ran Techn
.. the can
hei

c*mEDE3SSK9BSL
A Dedication Spectacular and
l ashion Show w ill be held at the
poolside of the YM and WH \ of
Miami. 8500 SW Rth SI
of Miami Beach, local and national "" Sunda; July 3, ;it 3:30 p.m.
ion society, con i i tes two honor Tn< Program :- under the super-
n Haifa, Israel, dunnq VIM"" "f ""' vv Women. Mrs
a: Raven is president.
i mii of ,-i refurbished and
new rei n< d snack bar arei at
the "\" will be highlighted b.v
ceremonies to be attended by
noted civic and "Y" leaders. Funds
for the new screening were do-
nated bj the "Y-" Women.
Entertainment will be featured
b.v master ot ceremonies, Herb
Hirsch. and will be highlighted by
the music of ;i rock and roll band.
the New London Symphony.
Following the dedication cere-
monies, there "ill be ;i fashion
show featuring the latest styles for
men, women and children and co-
ordinated li\ Mrs Manuel Jacob
son.
Is roi the fashion show v i11
h" "V" i V'-. iprl'irlin:1 Mrs.
Gloria Luria, Mrs Selma Baum
Mrs Bella Mink-. \ii> Richard
King, Mrs. Herman Geller, Mrs
Esther Stern. Mrs. Jerry Klein.
Steven Kingberg, Paul Allen .lac-
obson, Mrs Dorothy Hechtman
an, Barry Hechtman,
Marc Hechtman, Linda Hechtman,
Debbie I ubin, Fudy Harvest, Rita
Lesner, (Hen Ycsner.
Also Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shaf-
fer, David Shaffer, Kathj Shaffer,
Kelly Ann Shaffer, .Man' Saval,
Helen Sa\a!. I'am Saval. Kenee
Stern. Ronald Pasternak, Cheryl
Pasternak, Karen Jackson. John
Jackson. Sue Markowitz, Sheila
Markowitz. Bryan Markowitz, Mark
Rhemtiold. Stephanie Rheingold,
Lori Ikenson. the Sol Kraut/, fam-
ily, the I>a\ nj Gonshak fanvly i
Richman Ronnie W e nt rai Sti
tt in.' i iai Mi lo i
Robi fticl
Farband Plans
Annual Picnic
< iiaim Weizmann Branch i I
hand has slated it-- annual ;
to be held at Greynolds Park. :;
Sunday. July 3, beginning at II
a. m
Picnickers will occupy the Log
Shelter in the .North Picnic Area
on 22nd Ave. and NE 184th St.
Aaron Katz is in charge of the
day which will include games,
community singing and refresh
merits
Li_. trd Rose) ills the Hebrew Academy "Imma"
sue to 150 w an annual life membership luncheon
at '.he home oi I end Mr-, Alexander S. Gross Mis.
Rosen, who hi rary president and < m of the
. Women, presented the plaque in
: h lie!
n
J
L _
by ISABEL GPCVE
i, ith and J ck enter
ucsts in then
lavish penthouse ; imenl oi
! ither Day In pit
the spit it of tl tests it
Ihe I i
and and -on
buffi -
udon.
Reski
not he si
the piano ac-
.,-.
ol El
there with hi Vlso
.limn : en Edythi
and Irvin If
Rackets ai d i
Perry and ins Priscilla, who di
recta adult activities at l
Israel, Mi and Mrs Joseph Post
Rabbi nd Mrs Mayer Abramo
witz, i rtiatrician Di Nina Ellen
bogen and hubhj I roine
Ra'm, and Hcral ret Jay
Bushinsk) and wife Dvora, who
thi n selvt feted recently at
a reception ipon sored b< the He-
brew Teachers Association ol
:< Miami
Ir.n.n: ;n early July foi Is-
: ael, the lt shii skys wei e honor-
it an aft.....h i iicktail paitj
at the Miami Bi ai li home il the
Jay Permers In addition lo
ediloi al itafl work will
has I* inducting
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Icwi-.li in
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acuity
i | Aviv L'i and will
.- ,i- correspondent for
the Miami Herald (luci i
V'in Sei ice Wil
,. active in the Hebrew
'! ca hi i s Vssocial ion s'lice her
ai i i\ al ii 're son ew h it > er two
has served on the re
chool facull les ol 'l em
pies Emanu-EI and Beth Sholom
Louis Gadon, association
prexy, presented the Bushinskys
with a gift on behall oi his group
Among guests at the recep
i,,,i. were Mr. and Mrs George
Beebe he's the Heralds man
: editor Rabbi and Mrs
Irving I., human. Rabbi 1-eon
Kronish Dr Aaron Kalian and
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Friday, June 24. 1966
Princess Grace of Monaco Not the First,
American Jewess Alice Heine Precedes
New officers of the Miami-Coral Gables Chap-
ter. Florida Women's Division, American Jew-
ish Ccngiess, at the annual election luncheon
held at Jordan Marh are standinq (left to
right' Mrs. Isaac Weinberger, secretary; Mrs.
Irving Quartin, vice president; Mrs. David
Bress, secretary; Mrs. Russell Winer, Mrs.
Samuel Rosenstein, vice presidents; Mrs. Fred
Weiss, fund-raising co-chairman. Seated 'left
to riqht) are Mrs. Benjamin Kamen. bulletin
editor; Mrs. Jeannette Stern, president; Mrs.
Anne Heindenrich, vice president.
T Plans Varied Activities for Happy
Summer Fare At All Age Levels
I efforts of three adult
oi izations of the Y.\l and W'HA
il Greater Miami at 8800 SW 8th
SI Y s Women, Men's Club and
the Social Singles, will sponsor .i
series of social events for "Y"
during the summer.
The first of these will be a fam-
llj i i^ht boxed chicken supper
this Sunday at 5:30 p.m Program
will consist of swimming, adult
movk cartoons for
children
S| nsoring committee consists
v Raven M
Mai Rl
Mr? Ben Han
K \\ i
H" ard !i< > man
Jeanne Trattler Fannie Lev-
itt,
Maisel, Bud Yesro
Dance Classes
iral xts De|
YM and WHA has a ed
i
c asses tor all
levi i
from 6 to 9 yi rs ol
1
tions of "Fiddler on the Roof."
"West Side Story." "Miracle Work
er," "Marj Poppins" and "Bye
Bye Birdie
Members who are adept at sins
9:30 to 10:30: 10 to 12 year olds '" dancing and acting, as well as
meet from 9:30 to 10:30 a m Tues- Sl-1 designers, stage managers, cos-
daj mornings: junior high school
ers attend on Thursday from 2:30
to 3:30 p m ; senior high schoolers
meet from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.,
Wednesda) s
Rita Trilling, "Y" dance special-
ist, i- m charge of all dance activ-
ities for the age groups There
also will he a ballet class from 1
to 2:30 p.m., Thursday afternoons
Art Classes
Sumi
t th< WHA (.1 G
Ch
met
ear old 30
ii .
5 pm nd nior 1
30 l
Mis- '. ula\ on Rydin
'

Theater Workshops
t the 'Y
I
ttime designing, lighting and mu-
sic, are Welcome to attend.
By Special Report
Contrary to popular conception,
researchers at the American Jew-
ish Archives in Cincinnati. O., re-
port that Grace Kelly was not the
first American woman to share the
throne of Monaco.
Alice Heine, second cousin of
the famous German-Jewish poet
Heinrich Heine, and daughter of a
prominent New Orleans Jewish
family, graced the throne of that
postage stamp-sized principality
ior 13 years.
As of the late 1800s. she was
the only American woman to hold
the distinction ot being the wife
of a ruling sovereign; she was very
likely the first monarch of Jewish
origin In over 1.8(H) years. Her
reign and marriage ended with di-
vorce in 1902.
As Princess of Monaco, she fob
Jowerl in tlie tradition of Othalia
of ancient Israel, Salome Alex-
andra of Judea. Helena of Adia-
bene. and Berenice of I'ilicia.
Alice Heine, born in 1858. was
the daughter of Michael and Ann-
lie Miltenherger Heine, of New
Orleans. Achieving some promin-
ence as a banker in New Orleans,
her father later settled in Paris
where he became a noted financier
Alice married th eDuc de R'che-
lieu, but was widowed a few years
later. Following some years of \>. i-
dewhood, she attracted the atten-
tion of the Prince of Monaco, sov-
ereign over one of the oldest
monarchies in Europe noted
chiefly as the scat of Monte Carl,',
Princess Alice was the f[,"
sovereign of Jewish origin since
Queen Helena of Adiabene and
Queen Berenice of Cilicia. Helena
the wife of Moncbaz I of Adiabene!
had been converted to Judaism in
30 C.E.. and became an arden'
Jewess. According to Josepmu the
ancient Jewish historian, she sent
sacrifices to the Temple, had her
sons educated in Jerusalem and
was buried there.
Berenice, a scion of the Has
monaean (Maccabbaean) dynasty
formed a liaison with the Roman
emperor Titus and is said f
come very close to marriage with
him.
Summer Program
At Beth David
Summer family workshop at Beth
David Congregation will be con
ducted by the congregation's fjne
arts committee, with emphasis op
a parents-children program
Professional teachers and
will conduct classes m otl p
papier maehe. recorder and
folk-dancing.
Teaching staff will include Gigi
Aramesco. Janet Billings, Paul
Pop< Ika and Simona Bercu
Registration will open on Thurs-
day evening. June 30, at
Da', id
Mrs. Friedman
doesn't like
our new label.
': Youth Ore
Mike M : and actress
-trophy P< Child,
own in the U.S. Senate
Schreiber (standing sec-
"-: frcn sr right), both oi 7701
SW 77th PI 1 B Organization annrally
butei S: of volunteer hours to health
fur.ds and chart,.
We have had very nice comments
about the new picture label of Heinz
Vegetarian Beans. Mrs. Friedman,
however, disagrees! Emphatically I
Mrs. Friedman docs not like modern
ign; she collects antiques. She finds
it beauty in old-fashioned objects
tncludingold-rashionedlabcls.Well,
,: can we do to make this
id lady happj ?Only this:-
a\ e assure herand everybody
elsethat there has been no
change whatsoever in the product it-
self. Heinz Vegetarian Beans have all
the old-fashioned goodness that Mrs.
Friedman loves. The recipe is just as it
has been forycars and years. Absolutely!
Positively! And the approval seal is
in its customary spotup front! Because
so many pe< plc happen to like mod-
ern design, Mrs. F..your old
friend now comes to you in a
new dress. But it's still your
old friendaccent on "old".
y~ ''" of 3DP'Oval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF
. .usiabove the illustration ot the beans, it's on ail tour sizes. Of course!
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Friday, June 24, 1966
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Honored for their role of leadership on behalf
of Israel were six former presidents of the
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah. From left,
Mrs. Nat Barth, Miss Lillian Goodman, Mrs.
Fred Jonas, Mrs. Samuel Sakrais, Mrs. Joseph
Shapiro and Mrs. Milton Sirkin were recipients
of special citations at the Hadassah Israel
"Chai" Anniversary Luncheon at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel recently. Some 1,500 mem-
bers of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
attended and purchased S480.000 in Israel
Bonds in celebration of the event. Mrs. Henry
B. Wernick and other Chapter officers were
installed. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink was
luncheon chairman.
Volunteers Will
Get Citations
Servicemen of all branches of
ihe armt'd forces will visit "Dog-
patch" at the Stage Door Canteen
>f the Miami Beach Servicemen's
Center on Friday evening, at the
Ocean Front Auditorium.
Entertainment is being planned
by servicemen and volunteer hos-
tessea under the direction of Miss
Kate Cypress and Miss Kathryn
Lawrence. Music will be by the
popular rock and rhythm band.
Mi and the Others.
In addition, citations will be
presented to the chairman of nine
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliaries,
w l o ha\ e -i n ed special refresh-
iturda> evening and
in holiday for the past year.
Mrs Sally Levy, who has served
erall chai isl
tl years will ret eive a I

Senior Citizens
Hear 2 Speakers
In Beach Talks
Florida Senior Citizens Club 2
has scheduled a meeting for Tues-
day. 7:30 p.m.. at the Miami Beach
Federal. 755 Washington Ave.
A talk on 'Race Relations'" will
be given by A. D. Moore, president
of Miami Chapter, and national
board member of CORE.
Manny Arnold, president. Dade
County Council lor Senior Citizens,
will discuss The Meaning of I960
Annual National Convention of
Senior Citizens."
A musical program will conclude
ing.
Underwater Meet
Due on Beach
Some 1,000 delegates are ex-
pected to attend one of the most
unique conventions in this area
when the Underwater Society of
America holds its seventh annual
convention at Shower of Stars
Hotel on July 21 to 31.
The delegates will visit here
rom practically every state in the
United State- and from Canada
and Mexico, according to an an-
nouncement by Wolf Muller, pies
ident of Shower of Stars Hotels.
and Arthur I.. Campbell, of Lake
Park. Fla.. national chairman.
The Dil.ido Hotel has been des
[gnated as the headquarters hotel.
and the Shower of Stars Hotels
include the Delano, Lucerne,
Monte Carlo. Seagull, Sea Me.
Shelborne and Shore Club.
Center Installs
New Leaders
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
will hold installation of officers
and board of directors at the ten
ter, 50 NW 51st PI., on Saturday,
8:30 p.m.
Installing officer will he lien
jamin Meyers, a trustee and found
er of Mt. Sinai Hospital, trustee of
Anti-Defamation League, past pres-
ident of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation and a member of Hie (it
izens Advisory Committee of the
University of Miami.
Slate is headed by David Dorf
man. president: Tom Fritsch, Wil-
liam I.evinc. vice presidents; Mrs
Matthew Cohen, recording secre-
tary: Mrs. Philip I.evinc, cones
ponding secretary: Ben Jonas.
treasurer; Mrs. Hy Coverman, n
nancial secretary.
Board members are Robert
Brown, Berry Clcin. Matthew Co-
hen, Lewis Cohen. David Golden
berg, Jack Greenberg, Samuel Hol-
lander. Samuel Kesslcr, Buddy
Logue. Al Nirenberg, Harry
Schack, Marvin Schoenberg, Na-
than Sedlik, George Segall, Gene
Strul, Harold Strumpf. Mrs. Sid-
ney Booth, Sisterhood president;
Mis .lack Green, senior citizen
president
a ill be
K i
': lam(
i Ethel
Irooks I 'i ace
i tta D< nk.n. Lena
her 501 I ices
ita
MRS. SALLY IF"!1
\i hi
iilield.
Burke, Hen-
Ann
Hofstadter, Lee Haspel, Anita
Jaffe, iiattie Klein, Sadye Landay,
Anna Mink. Charlotte Pressman,
Jennie Roiissman and Etta
Stempel.
Sisterhood Plans
'June Jamboree1
A "June
planned by
Jamboree" is being
Temple Or Oloin Sis
Saturday, !> p.m.. at
social hall, 875.") SW
Hi hood for
the temple
16th St.
Evening will feature a profes-
sional square dance caller, barbe-
cue chicken dinner and community
ing.
Chairman is Mrs. Martin Tell,
assisted bj Mrs Ralph Fistel, Mrs.
Richard Behren and Mrs. Harold
Horvitz.
Mrs Albert Solo will servi
rhood president during 1966
install d al s< n ices on
17. with Mis. Leo Weinstein,
Emi ... Green, Mrs
Lawrence Kaplan.
Mrs. Ralph 1 id 'nts;
Sat Birnbaum, Mrs \i. <
an, Mrs W alter Seidl<
ies; and Mrs Alvin Levenson,
treasurer.
Board members are Mesdames
Murray Rosenberg, William Seid-
man. Bill Herabrun, Sig Dayan,
Leon Leikouitz. Lester Glaser,
Martin Schneidman, Sam Radoff,
Jack Primack, Gordon Einhorn,
Ely Kaufman, Murray Kaye. Mur-
ray Mandell, Henry Lippman,
Jules Goldmark. Richard Behren,
Gerald Schwartz. Jerry Martin,
Mrs. Arthur Lee
Mrs. Lee Heads
JWV Florida Aux.
Mrs Arthur Lee was elected
prcsidt nt of the Departn i nt of
Florida Ladies' Auxiliary, Jewish
W a r Veterans,
during the or-
ganization's 15th
annual conven-
tion held recent-
ly at the Deau-
ville Hotel.
Other officers
who will serve
for 1966-67 are
Mesdames Nat
Brown, senior
vice president:
Michael Cohen,
junior vice
president: and
Dan Abramowltz, Ruth Rosenthal,
Al Richman, Norman Levine, Sol
Spielberg, Dairy Decky, Sally
Levy, Dora Firestone. Max Kern
A Miami resident lor 20 years,
having come here from Baltimore,
Md., Mrs. Lee is a member ol
many organizations, including the
t nited Order ol True Sisters,
CARIH Asthmatic Group, Miami
Beach Democratic Club and Tern
pie Emanu El.
Her husband served as president
i B nai B'rith in the Stan- of Kan
gas for two year-, and is nou a
! ah year trustee tor Florida 3W\
The couple have two sons. Al-
vin S. Cawn, a Miami Beach attor-
ney, and Gilbert Cawn ol Miami,
associated with the Deputy
Sheriff's Department.
Lawrence Walkin and Louis
I.erner.
Rabbi Raipn Glixman is spi-
ritual leader of the congregation.
h m ? / J
Mrs. David N. Blount has
been named chairman of the
Fete du Soleil. produced an-
nually by Burdine's, directed
by Betty Sherwin, musical
fashion show luncheon for the
American Cancer Society.
Dade County Unit, which will
be at the Fontainebleau on
Friday, February 3. 1967. A
native Floridian. Mrs. Blount
is past president of Beaux
Arts of the Joe and Emily
Lowe Art Gallery at the Uni-
versity of Miami, f;rst vice
president of the Junior League
of Miami, member nf the
beard of the Association of
Child Guidance Clinics.
Miamians Win
'Best Tree' Try
Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper. 210L
SW 17th St.. were named winners
in the Miami Bcautification Com-
mittee's sixth annual Royal I'oin-
ciana Fiesta "best tree'' contest
during the closing Bayfront Band-
shell concert program last Friday.
They received a weekend lor two
at the Silver Sands Motel on Key
Hi icayne
So
And it'
.ink it.enjo) it
' lice i.lstO
or better ll. :i;
caffein r<
It's 1 <_:*' real coffee, too,
()nl> the caffein has been removed,
And caffein adds no flavor toanj cup of coffee,
( omes instant and ground.
Another line product of General I oods,
CERTIFIED KOSHERPARV]
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Friday. )- 24 .,66
...tZ/Qoout people and I"
DA'SIES DO TELL
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had to :
ests were tfi
Rudolph, and her s I
i.fwi- ah'i was nil for thi first time i
terrible automoi I ests ii
eluded Mrs. David Ligl I Mrs Lynn Knnzman.
Mrs. Car! Lundy. Mrs Burt Haft, and Mrs. Ann
Blum

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY TO YOU
Dr Max Pepper and his Sadye had a dinner
party at Westview Country Club just fur their
immediate family and a few close friends. It
was a real celebration in honor of their 35th
wedding anniversary Sadye looked lovely in
champagne satin with a hand-beaded top and
match'ng jacket You could pick out the happy
pair by their glowing smiles and Sadye's orchid
and Max's boutonniere. Toasts in champagne were
given The candlelight glowed softly on the
charming red. white and pink flowers. Dr Mar
-hall Pepper couldn't be at the party he was
on National Guard duty but his wife. Janet.
was there, with son Marshall Pepper Jr. taking
his place He is the oldest grandchild, being the
ripe old age of seven There are four more
dchildren. but they were too young to come
to the party The Pepper's daughter. Nancy, who
is a Miamian. was there with her husband.
Robert Sterling Abraham Pepper Max's
was there too he's 33
MARK THE DATE
irked and then a; a d<
lai
board ol 1F( S
the staff Thi h >us< -
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Ever; e was havii
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the time of i I the other board members
aces ...
that he could pre*
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nd Dr and Mrs
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THE CHICKEN KING FOR LUNCH BUNCH
Meyer Eggnatz and Mrs Harold Oster
rtained for Nan i f Mi
and Mrs Irving Goodman, who will wed David
- ;ier in New York on June 26 Nan just grad-
uated from Syracuse L'niversits last week, and
David is in third year medical school there They
have already puked out an apartment in Syra-
cuse, where David will go to school, and Nan
mil teach The kitchen is yellow, so all the gift*
at the party, which was a luncheon at the Crystal
Mouse, were in yellow for the kitchen. Everything
at the luncheon was in yellow and white, too.
The shower presents looked most exciting under
a fancy white lace umbrella. Among guests wore
Mrs Jules Gillette. Mrs. Herman Glasser. Mrs.
Robert Schnaynerson. Mrs Sidney Huberman.
Mrs Marvin Silvers. Mrs Jack Taub. Mrs Ber-
nard Windt. Judy Applebaum. Gaylen Goldstein
and Nan's mother, her grandmother. Mrs. Anna
Steinberg, sister Suzy and aunts. Mrs Norman
Babb and Mrs Joseph Goodman
LOOK, MA WE'RE FLYING
They all were flying. Steven. I^aurie and
Johnny few with their Pa and Ma. Gloria and
Norton Pallot. to London to start a tour of
Europe Before they left, five of Gloria's friends
had a very elegant going away luncheon lor her
at the Chez Vendome. Hostesses were Mrs Robert
Traurig. Mrs Stanley Brown. Mrs Earl Werner.
Mrs Stanley Kolber and Mrs. Monroe Dixon
uests were Mrs Louis I'allot and the
(her Gloria Paliot. who belong- to Ronald, and
Mrs Mow aid Katzen
GRADUATION TIME
." ... a bi i i ht over at Ji rry and Lai n
d's house Just in ca
ho !< rrs is the mot hi nd Larry i* tl
exerc ses for Miami
< hool, e\ yom e to the 1 i
ilka
was decorati
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Francos Lthman
BBYO Chapter Receives Charter, Has 'Beau1 Dance
Two end-of the year events high-
led activities of the B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization early
this month.
On June 1 at the DiLido Hotel,
officers of the group were installed
and a charter was presented to the
new chapter. Eirst BB group to be
organized in Miami in the past 12
years, chapter president is Ray
Jereslow. presently a member of
the Armed Eorces.
Judge Milton A. Friedman, past
Falke Appointed Agent
Edwin C Baker, president of 'he
er Lift In: iran< e
Eayi ttville. N C, has an-
.'ac k Falke, of l(>88
vvi nted g<
' thi Gn liami
president. District Grand Lodge 5.
B'nai B'rith. gave the principal
address, and Sam Nieberg. pres-
ident. District Grand Lodge 5. con-
ducted the charter presentation
ceremony.
Installing officer was Jack Fink,
a past grand aleph godol of Aleph
Zadik Aleph. and past president of
the South Florida Council of B'nai
B'rith Lodges.
Dr. Sidney Pavilack. a Miami
surgeon, is the new president of
the BBYO board. Other officers
include William Sheade, ^Irs. Har-
old Feldman, Robert Blacker. Mrs
Arthur Bassman, vice presidents;
M Hi uben Guberman, seen tai j
jnslee R Fer
n
On J e 4, '!,. B nai B ith Youth
m held its i.i -i ai
Remember how good
bread used to taste?
August Bros.
still does!
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
3*1 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA
'Oral Lav/' Given
At Beth David
During the month of June
Rabbi Sol Landau i n
course on: "An Introduction to the
Wednesdaj i ven-
at Beth David Congre ;ation
Manutl Lubel, adult education
chairman, announces that a full
program of adult education activi-
ties is planned for the coming
year.
Bring-a-Member
To BBW Chai
Chal Chapter. B'nai B'rith Wom-
en, has slated a memberbring-a-
member night on Tuesday at thi
Algiers Hotel
Featured speaker will be I
Roth
:
1>
Elated over Combined Jewish Appeal general chairman
I. Kislak's announcement that 1S66 goal was surpasse
more than S20.000 ere (left to riqhtl Arthur S. Rosichc :
Irving Lehrman and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman. Rosichan is exec-
utive director ol the Combined Jewish Appeal and r>\ ;he
Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Dr. Lehrman wos chairman
oi the CJA campaign cabinet, and Mrs. Lehman wo; chairmen
ol the Women's Division which set a new record this yecr. She
received a spacial leadership award from Joseph M. L:- I
Federation president, at a victory supper dance ct the
tainebleau Hotel on Saturday night.
"Sweetheart Beau'' dance at the
Hillel Foundation. University of
Miami.
Winners of the county wide eon
; test were Judi Friedman. Debs
B'nai B'rith Girls, and Richard
Karassik. a former member of the
i Chancellors AZA.
Awards were presented to Royal
Palm AZA for first place in touch
! football and soft ball tournaments,
and to Hillel BBG for the volley
ball tournament. Classics AZA
and Zion AZA won second place
trophies for football and sol'
and Tags BBG, and Tsion BBG
took second and third place I
Ols hi \olle\ |
Maurice "Doc" Klein presents trophies to the wini
What Democracy Meen= to Me essay contest -
the Miami Beach Elks Lodne. Recipients c:--> G:is<
c:k and Samuel AJ tud< I
Academy.
Time for Iced Tetley Tta
Tough morning at the market?
When you need a pick up. nothing brightens your life like Tetiey Tea!
The secret is Tetley"s tiny tea leaf flavor-plus bags that brew so
fast you get real potbrewed ta'am. Favored in Jewish hom
since 1875.
Real old
Haimische ta'am!
Tetley tastes better
because it never
tastes titter.
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Rec- '"5 Mesd Sku Farth, immediate past president of Miami
~ J:shp vxe pr of the Sophie Beach Chapter; Joseph Lee. treasurer, SoDhie
% Tucker 3 .nd Rn H ., p; Leo Plainer, recording secre-
(:- mi Beach Edwai lothstein, president.
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New Temple Israel Adult Programs
To Feature Variety of Interests
Temple Israel's new coordinator
for adult education is eminently
qualified for the post, Her appoint-
ment was announced here last
week.
She is Mrs. Morton A. Perry,
formerly associated in executive
capacities with the American Jew
ish Committee and the Anti-De-
famation League of B'nai B'rith.
Using the experience she ac-
quired in these positions, she will
head up Temple Israel's program
for adults scheduled to hegin in
the fall throughout Dade County.
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The program will include three
study groups for singles, a young
marrieds organization, a Sunday
morning scholarship series and
film festival, and a Saturday morn-
ing session entitled "The De-
prived Child in the Affluent Soc
iety "
The S il irdaj morning ssions
will feature lea Iii and
schi .;. the Gn
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Mrs Paulii
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Friday. June 24, 1965
h)tides Jake rCinofS and <^/Vew kJ\antes in June r^ites Yalta Post
la Ruth Post became the
ild ^ fa on Sunday,
19 I ... :n
.i- held ai Ten orah,
r Abramowit
\i eption followed at
the Seville Hoi
The e is the .....
Mi- David I. Post, 19101
\t 20th Ave. For the nuptials, she
selected a dei own of white
silk embroidered organza over light
ivory trimmed with imported
daisk -
A jewel neckline, long sleeves,
:.nd it velvet hand edged the hem-
line to complete the cage silhou-
ette, a custom-made pillbox held
the cathedral-length veil of .-ilk
illusion trimmed with an imported
. aisy motif. The hridal bouquet
...i- a colonial arrangement of
daisies and lily-of-the-valley
ndants, in >ott maize chiffon
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lati l< ; 11 rom Temple
I'niversity. where he also did
ti work He i- taking addi
Studies at Florida
Stat< i : ei .!; and i- on the staff
! lade Junior College
F How '_ a honeymoon, in Ja
d Mrs Yaffa will live
Ni Miami Beach
Bernard Cohen
Hazel A!kc Cohen and Richan
Bi rd wen man led Sun
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nd the ati S Sol i
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Ihi l niversitj ol Miami.
MRS. HAROLD YAFFA

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and i .". ti a< hes mathematics ai
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The groom i- the son of Mr and
Mrs Jack B< 11 ard 3400 Sheridan
Vve He graduated from the Uni-
versity of Florida, was a member
of Pi Lambda Phi, social fraternity,
and ;s now a practicing accountant.
The bride chose a floor-length
cake die-- of embroidered >ilk or-
..u'./a over silk shantung. The
matching headpiece featured a veil
if pure -ilk illusion
Attendants were Shirley Cohen.
aid of honor, and Elaine Dunn.
aye Shernowskv and Gil Lust-
: ridesmaids
Bridegroom's besl man was Har-
> Bernard, and Michael Bernard.
tfax Hagen, Sidney Lewis, Richard
'orster. David Kaye served ..-
ushers
After their honeymoon trip, the
couple will live in Miami
Levy Goldberg
Doral Country Club was the set
ting for the nuptials uniting Bar-
bara I.ynn. daughter of Dr. and
Mrs Frederick Goldberg. 630 So.
Shore Dr.. and I-awrence Alan
Levy on June 19.
The 6 p.m. ceremony on Sunday
was performed by Rabbi Joseph
Narot. A reception at the club fol
lowed.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. tawrence Levy. Ft.
Wayne. Ind. He and his bride hon
eymooned in Jamaica.
For the wedding, newlywed Mrs.
Levy wore a floor-length gown of
white silk organaza and reembroid
ered alencon lace The bodice fea
tured a scooped neckline and Dior
length sleeves edged in lace. The
bridal bouquet was an arrangement
of phalaenopsis and lily-of-the-
\ alley
The bride's sister, Mrs. Norman
Browner, served as her matron of
honor, and Mrs Joel Brown was
bridesmaid. The bridegroom was
attended by his brothers. Michael
Levy, best man, and Jeffrey Levy
usher.
! A graduate of Miami Beach Sen
, ior High. Mrs Levy is a 1964 alum
j na of the I'niversity of Pennsyl-
vania School of Dental Hygiene,
jnd earned a BS degree in educa
lion from the University of Penn
sylvania in Mav
Mr Meyers is a graduate of
South Side High in Ft Wayne. He
spent his junior year of college at
St Andrew- I'niversity in Dundee.
Scotland, and graduated, cum
laude. from the Cimersity of Mich-
igan with a BA degree and honors
in political science.
Now ai tending Stanford Law
MRS. DAHIF.I PREUSS
meml er ol a Mpha
medical h
Preuss Ackerman
A candlelight ceremony on Sat
urdaj night. June 18, at Beth David
Congregation united the former
Joan Marda Ackerman and Dame!
Irwin Preuss Rabbi Sol Landau
officiated at the nuptials with
guest, Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr and Mr-. William Ackerman,
3255 SU 7th St., Mr and Mr-
Howard Preuss, (i42i sw 63rd Ter
On their return from a wedding
trip to New York, new Mr and
Mrs Preuss will In e m Miami
For the nuptials, the bi
lected a floor-length
i nautili) lace with a peau
camelol coat and a train with
appliques. A jeweled crown
illusion net veil completed ih
ensemble.
Serving as matron of honor U1.
Mrs David Tarahoulo. Marilvi
Belkin, Diane Pass, Gail Lazarus
and Ann Weinstein were bud,.,
maids. Ronnie Preuss. the groom j
-isier. was junior bridesmaid, and
another sister. Mindy Preuss, was
flower girl.
Best man to the bridegroom was
his brother. Arthur Preuss. Stew
ard Goodman, Mickey Jackson
Ronald Jacobson. Alan Lipp anc
Joel Magazine ushered.
A graduate of Coral Gables Sen
ior High, and of the University
Miami School of Business Admin
istration, Mr. Preuss i- now ass.
dated with II Hem/ ,t Co Hi
fraternity Is Pi I ambda Phi. anc
he is a member ol Youi
ci at -
New Mrs Prei
Mia iii Senior ll h, ai d
ceive degree
of Mil lune. 1967. S
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Bonell IVesfon
Folio-., ing thi
ti >n al the Algiers Hoi
and Mrs. Lewis Anthon>
left for an extended hoi
trip to California and New York
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz officiate!
at tin- nuptial- held Saturdav
ing, June 18
The former Meryl Sue Westoi
-fleeted an original Bianchi
length empire gown featurin
con lace encrusted with seed
;h-.i: 1-. a portrait necklii
point-on-hand sleev es. I he i
trolled skirt was draped i" th
Continued on Following Page
The single ljnjsh for subtle decoration or
MRS. ALAN BORENSTEIN
School in California, he will grad
uate in June. 1967. He is a member
of Phi Epsilon Pi. social fraternity
and Phi Delta Phi. legal fraternity.
Borenstein Kirschner
Carol Sue. daughter of Mrs.
Mildred Kirschner. 2550 SW 24th
Ave., and the late A. Tom Kirsch
ner. exchanged marital vows with
I Dr. Alan Borenstein on Saturday.
June 18. The bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Boren-
stein. 1947 Park Ave
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated
at the 9 p.m. ceremony held in the
Deauville Hotel. On their return
from a wedding trip to Mexico.
: the newlyweds will live at 2590
SW 24th Ave.
The bride's sister. Rita Lewison.
served as matron of honor. Lorena
M'Li.-s Lewison and Kimherly Sue
Lewison were flower girls, and
! bridesmaids included Phyllis Zuck
erman, Susan Zuckerman. Gail
Hansen, Sara Haile. and Arlene
Fromkin.
David Borenstein was his broth
er's best man. Dr. James Oster.
Dr. Richard Steinbook, Raymond
Strauss, Jay Goldberger and Rob
ert Lewison were groomsmen.
A graduate of Miami Senior'
High, the bride attended Jackson
Memorial School of Nursing and
is now employed at the John El-
liott Blood Bank
Dr. Borenstein is a graduate of
Miami Beach High, earned degrees,
at Columbia College, N Y. and
University of Miami School of
Medicine. Now a resident at Jack-
son Memorial Hospital, he is a
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MRS. LEWIS BONILL
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MRS. MARK COID
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tack by ;i silk rose and swept t" an
lisle-wide cathedral train.
The bouffant veil Ol pure silk
illusion was held by a matching
pill box embellished with irides-
cent sequins and seed pearls which
fell to the end of the train. She
carried a cascade of white orchids
and stephanotis on her confirma-
tion Bible.
Wearing floor-length shell pink
chiffon gowns, attendants included
:he bride's sister. Mrs. Donald
Kramer, matron of honor, and the
groom's sister. Susan Bonell, maid
:>f honor. Serving as bridesmaids
were Steffi lleyman. Kclise Kber.
I'eena Levy and Cheryl Mintz.
Best man was Donald Kramer.
and groomsmen included William
Lubin, Nlkki Diamond. Sanford
Newman Fred Howard. Allan
Carmel and Stephen Liberman.
Daughter ol Dr and Mrs Law
once \ Weston, 450 Cleveland
Rd.. new Mrs. Bonell is a former
'oronet model She graduated from
Miami Beach Senior High and was
i member of Ihe National Thespian
:'i oupe and Librai > ( out i it.
Parents of the bridegroom are
Mr and Mrs. Harrj Bonell. ol Ni n
York City. Now a senior at the
University of Miami Business
School, where he is majoring In
personnel administration, he is a
graduate of Barnard School in
New York.
Any way you
figure it...
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Gold Street
The former Trudy Sharon Street
exchanged marital VOWS with Mark
Kills Ciold in a ceremony perform-
ed by Rabbi Eugene LaboviU on
Sunday, June 19. The Diplomat
Country Club was the setting for
(he 6:30 p.m, nuptial.-, followed by
a reception at the club.
On their return from a wedding
trip to Jamaica, the newlyweds will
live at Treasure House South.
Parents of the couple are Mr. and
Mrs Marian Street. 1140 Marseille
Dr., and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gold.
I57f> 71st St.
Wearing an alencon lace empire
sheath enhanced with seed pearls
and matching mantilla, the bride
carried a lace fan covered with
orchids. Honor attendants were
Anne Kern and Yicki Cohen.
George Gold was the groom's
best man, and among ushers were
Bobby Street, Martin Silver, Mike
in--, K< nnel h Gold, Mickej I Sold
and Steve Polisar,
Now a manufacturer's represent-
ative, the bride ;room attended the
I'niversitj of Miami l!i- bride at-
ti tided tbr I'nr.i -:'ies ol i lorida
and Miami and i- currently an ele-
mental school teacher.
Meyers Podvin
Judith Podvin became the bride
of Ilillel Alan Meyers at a candle-
light ceremony on Saturday night.
June 18. at the Eden Hoc Hotel
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Al Podvin. of 423 \V. 30th
St., is a graduate of the University
of Miami School of Education, and
is currently teaching in the Dade
County school system.
For the ceremony, she wore a
formal gown of candlelight silk
organ/a and reembroidered alencon
lace with mtching camelot coat and
train.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Mer-
rily Podvin. Bridesmaids included
Pamela Podvin, Mrs. Jacqui Tunick
and Mrs. Barbara Huber.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Mixers, 7528 Adventure Ave .Mi-
Meyers is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami School of Busi-
ness Administration, and is asso-
ciated with the Gulf American
Land Corp.
Best man for his brother was
Neil Meyers. Ushers were Steven
Meyers. Robert Podvin. Alan Glas-
er, Jack Gould and Phillip Huber.
After a honeymoon trip to Call-
| fornia, Las Vegas and Chicago, the
couple will live in Miami Beach
liam Karp. 840 NYV 10th Ct., th<
bride is a graduate of Miami Sen
ior High and the University o
Miami, and is now teaching in the
Dade County school system.
For the wedding ceremony, she
was attended by Donna Schonfeld
maid of honor. Mrs. Kathy Baker
Lorraine Schwartz, bridesmaids
and I.is Baker, flower girl
Best man to the bridegroom wa-
his brother. Murray Baker. The}
are the son of Mrs. Eva Baker, 511
Eldron Dr., and David Baker. Bos
ton. Mass Gary Baker and Jeffrej
Weiss ushered.
A graduate of Miami Senioi
High. Mr. Baker attended Miami
Dade Junior College and served ii
the IS. Army for three years. He
is now employed by Eastern Ail-
lines.
Couple plan to live in South
Miami.
Winderbaum Weinstein
A double ring, candlelight cere
monj performed by Rabbi Sol
Landau and Cantor William W
Lipson united the former Barbara
luce Weinstein and Jerome Win
derbaum at Beth David Congrega
lion on Sunday, June 19.
A reception and formal dinner
n Spector Hall followed the even
nig nuptials.
For the wedding, the bride se
lected a floor-length gown of im-
ported silk taffeta in the princess
style. The molded bodice featured
a scalloped scoop neckline of re-
embroidered alencon lace with iri-
descent sequins and tiny seed
pearls. The sleeves were long,
point-on-hand, and the ailsc-wide
skirt was adorned with cascades of,
reembroidered alencon lace on the
front panel.
The back skirt was embellished ,
with small motifs of alencon lace
with tiny seed pearls and termin-
ated in a chapel train. Three
crushed taffeta roses nestled at the .
back of the waist.
The ensemble was completed
With a many-tiered bouffant veil
of French silk illusion, softly
draped to a crown of lace petals
outlined with tiny seed pearls.
White stephanotis. roses and orch-[
ids on a Bible formed the bridal
bouquet.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Weinstein. 2440 SW 21st Ter., new
Mrs. Winderbaum was wed with
the ring used by her maternal
grandmother on the same date 45
years ago. and then by her mother
at nuptials 24 years ago.
Bridal attendants included Rob-
erta Goldfarb. maid of honor, Eil-
een Winderbaum. the groom's sis-
ter, Mrs. Robert Spiegel. Sheilah
Bitterman and Elaine Stone, brides-
maids.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Winderbaum, 345 SW 31st Ave.,
the bridegroom had Lee Brown-
stein as best man Ushers included
Alan Weinstein. Neale DeYoung,
Larry Weintraub and Ronnie Dra-
now.
Both graduate- of Miami Senior
High, Mrs. Winderbaum served as
I treasurer of Nai Kith BBG, and
s now a legal secretary. Her bride
{room is also a graduate 'if Miami
Dade Junior College.
Honeymooning in Miami Reach.
the couples new address will be
4456 w Flagler St.
Goldsmith Greenfield
Wearing a white silk Aline
gown with lace top. and carrying
white orchids, the former Nancy
1 Maria Greenfield became the bride
: of Aaron Charles Goldsmith on
Sunday. June 19. Rabbi Max Mach-
tei and Cantor A. Reisman offiei-
i ated at the evening ceremony held
' in the Dil.ido Hotel, where a re-
ception followed.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Greenfield. 980 NE 170th St., new
Mrs. Goldsmith graduated from the
University of Georgia and will
leach elementarj school in Dade
County. Her sorority is Delta Phi
Epsilon.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs Austin .1 Goldsmith
19740 NE 22nd Ave., and had
Mark R Travis as best man. He
attended Florida Southern College
and is at present sale- managi r ol
All Tech Industries of Hiali ah
Honeymooning in San Juan. P.R .
i and the Virgin Isles, the couple
will live at 1851 NE l(8th St. on
their return
I'ragman Or en
Jennifer Sue, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Benjamin G. (hen. 1640
Tigertail Ave., was married to Dr.
Stanley Krugman. of Columbia,
S.C., on Sunday. June 19. ;it the
Doral Country Club.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Krugman of
Columbia. Mr. Krugman was be.-t
man for his son.
Rabbi Joseph Narot performed
the 1 p.m. ceremony in the Mira
doral Room. A family reception
and champagne luncheon followed
The bride wore a simple. Aline
linen gown and matching camelot.
coat trimmed with Belgian lace
The headpiece, of the same lace,
held a short veil, and she carried
a spray of stephanotis.
Marianne Oren. sister of the
bride, was maid of honor, am! Ml -
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CAN MAKE THE
HOLES
Baker Karp
Following their wedding on Sun-
day, June 19. the former Elaine
Dale Karp and William Edward
Baker left for a honeymoon in
France. Rabbi Solomon Schiff of-
ficiated at the ceremony held at
the Barcelona Hotel.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
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girl particula ino the
centra] buying office did all ol
work
During the war, Sandy went
with a commercial photograph)
firm The crew of photographers
and Sandy went to the Plattsburg
Naval Base, Three thousand naval
sandy midshipmen, and Sandy was the
onlj girl! Six weeks later, at the
end of the assignment, graduation day arrived along with
all of the wives, sweethearts and mothers There were at
ast ,. hundred weddings, with Sand} maid of honor al all
hem
she met her husband-to-be when he was stationed in
. with the Army Signal Corps When Martin came
.. : si as he finished his course at the University
ami and then the) were married This is the year ol
- r wedding anniversary', and thej have a son, Glenn
15.1 Ided two n
Family, 12 y. ar old Ci and 5-j eai old Neil I
: all ol then mil) ol thi i e to bei
y of I
Evi a reason to do so Sandy joii
er*s A Marl was in tl
and his intere i- were hers Now he is i
ttah Junioi I Sai l> was a
i v ork part iculai ly a I
Henn firs' I I
continued up through the ranks This year, she
-i job ai I will bring to it all of her
di\ otion and know how
is i resident of the Dad< ounty Council of Parent
' tcher Associations involving over 150 schools She is
with the Miami Chapter ol the National Childi
ac Home And she and Martin worked with tc<
- n at the "Y" when it was at SW 6th St
The Rubinsteins are a great do-it-yourself family. The>
di th< painting and decorating of their home, as well as
ill of the built-in furniture Right now. they are
the process of adding another room and hath for the
two boys. They all like to talk and read, and the den is
filled with books from floor to ceiling. Traveling in the car
exploring are a favorite activity on their vacations.
Sand) likes to cook, with foreign dishes her specialty
Sandy is an avid sewer Some of the frustrations in not
being able to work with color and design has spilled over
into the designing of her own clothes. She is a constant
knitter, knitting her way through countless school board
meetings. In fact, she has been called the Madame La
Farge of the PTA..
The perennial joke about the mother who said she
didn't mind having a lot more children, but she didn't want
any more PTA. doesn't apply to Sandy. With her love of
humanity, as well as children, and interest in her husband's
work as an educator, it looks as if the PTA and Sandy will
be together a long, long time.

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Jack Goldstein, the bridegroom's
sister, was matron of honor. Both
wore matching peau de soie gowns
with camelot coats and carried
sprays of yellow daisies. The color
motif of the day was yellow, and
the setting resembled an indoor
garden
The former Miss Oren attended
the Universit) <>f Michigan, and
luated from the University of
Miami, magna cum laude, with a
or in Ens She is

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After a honeymoon in Jamaica,
the couple will live at 15 Fishei -
Mill Rd Columbia
Yoskowitz Cohen
'in their return from a honey
moon in Nassau, new Mr. and Mr-
Herbert YoskowitZ win make their
home in New York City
The former Marcia Cohen, daugh
ter of Mr and Mrs, Herbert Cohen,
200 N Shore Dr. exchanged VOWS
with the son of Mr and Mrs Harry
Yoskowitz, Brooklyn, NY. at a
noon wedding on Sunday, June 19
The Fontainebleau Hotel was the
setting for the nuptials conducted
by Rabbi In ing Lehrman.
Attending the couple were Diann
Resnick, maid of honor. Arlene
Kesnick and Lori Schechter Jason
Yoskowitz, the groom's brother,
man, and Murray Ci
the bride bi othi r also attei i
'1 he I id OOl li;i- ;: BA de
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bbinical I [Jew
Sei in New
York Hi- bride attended the I'm
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A iate afternoon wedding on
Sunday. June 19, united Barbara
Lynn, daughter of Mr and Mrs
Milton B Garron, 2241! SW 2,">th
A\e and Alan Ira. son of Mr and
Mi- Moe Miller. 2220 SW 13th St
The Biscayne Terrace Hotel
"d as the setting for the cere-
mon) ail the reception which fol
1" 'hi Sol Landau officiated
nuptials, the bride chose
ai le of Valencia lace with
le -oie camelot coat Honor
attendants were Dianne Garron
and Mrs Naomi Brenner Mary
Singer. Nikki Nedbor and Laurel
Garron served as bridesmaids.
New Mrs. Miller graduated from
Miami High and Jackson Memorial
School for Laboratory Assistants,
and attended the University of
Miami.
Best man to the bridegroom was
Jay Brenner, with William Cohen.
Ronald Friedman. Sandy Behar,
Russell Garron and David Phillips!
ushers.
A graduate of Miami High and
the University of Miami. Mr Miller
is now a senior in the university's
medical school. He serve- as pies
ident of Phi Delta Epsilon Fra
ternity, and is editor of the school
newspaper.
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noon in Jamaii i
Horwiii Bernstein
The Pontainebleau's French and
Jade Rooms were the -
tin wedding uniting Miss l etti
Bernstein and Sheldon I!' i ..t.
Saturday evening. June 18.
The bride is the daughter ol Mr
and Mrs Isadore Bernstein. 6643
SW Hist Ter. She is a graduate ol
the University of Miami and is
teaching art.
Attending were her sister. Faye
Bernstein, maid of honor, brides
maids. Pam Emmer. Margaret Em
mer. Mrs. Dorothy Eiglarsh. Mrs.
Miriam Steinberg, and Dawn Km
mer. flower girl.

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} (June Nuptials for
Margaret Yomen
Margaret Yomcn will marry Ber
r.-rd Morse on Saturday, June 25
H Browns Hotel. Loch Sheldrake'
N N where she is social directress.
Active in Miami Beach music
circles during the 19 years she
d in the area. Mrs Yomen was
assistant music director of Miami
mi Community Singers, taught
:! I '' Scho. I. .it Hiilel Foun-
tion of the I Diversity of Miami
at Temple Israel, and served
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and local artists
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9Shirley Cohen
To Wed in August
Mrs. Helen D. Cohen. 30] s\V
3fth Ct.. announces the engage-
ment of her daughter. Shirlej Ann
U William P. Gorden, oi 50] \\v
.'7!h Ave
The future bridegroom is the
for, of Sidney Gorden, 9741 E
I roadview Dr.
An August wedding is planned.
Beach First Nat'l.
Pays Dividend
Prank Smathers Jr., chairman
of the heard and president, has an-
nounced thai the Miami Beach
si National Bank declared its
114th consecutive dividend on June
'; rhe quarterly dividend ol 25
- | er share payable on :;.......i
:i s outstan ling will be payable
June 29 to stockln Iders of rec
as of June 24
_ The bank also reports thai this
\yy< ai the total deposits have
d in exo ss ol S102.0O0.00O, be
up nearly 18 from last
The total lurces al the
oi M were Sill 623,000, up
percent from a year ago, and
nings per shar< for the five
mths oi 1966 were si 23 as corn-
ed with B8 cents for the firsl
five months "i 1965
-ar.tr yomin
Sc! cr tc Read
Paper on Seniors
D.....itj citizen
uill ho the
: i deln ered at I
venlh annual International Con-
gn -- uf Gerontology in Vienna set
for June 2<> to Julj 2
The paper, which focuses on the
services, activities and goals of a
multipurpose senior enter, will
be read to the assembly by Marvin
Schreiber, executive director of
Senior Centers of Dade County,
Inc
Among some of the programs
covered in the report are informal
adult education classes. social
group activities, community ser-
vice projects, and health and diel
i ounseling
A graduate of the University of
Toronto. Schreiber supervises the
operation of live senior centers,
scn-ing more than 2.000 elderly
Hade residents
Teen-Agers Work
As Volunteers
Teen-age girls now working as
hospital volunteers may become
I he source of nurses of the future.
Mrs. Doran /inner, president of
the Women's Auxiliary of Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital, says that half
of the high school students who
apply for summer service intend
to enter the nursing field,
The Teen-Agcrs program at
Cedars is so popular, thai Hire,
to lour girls apply for < erj avail-
able opening.
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ance, the program lei ... the.*
youngsters the responsibilities ol
communit} service and helpini
people
Teen-agers al Cedars work a
helpers in the Gift Shop assist ii
mail distribution work at filing
and clerical jobs in X-Ra> and ac
counting, and operate the Patients
Book-Mobile Carl and Gift \\.
Food Fair Turns
Into TV Studio
Food Fair's Hollywood super-
market. 2700 Hollywood Blvd., was
turned into a television studio for
'hrce days early this week as ABC-
TV's popular daytime network
show. "Supermarket Sweep."
moved in for its Festival of Cham-
pions
In addition to Food Fair, hosts
for the festival were the Diplomat
Hotel and the City of Hollywood.
The game segment of the program
was taped at the Diplomat Hotel
pool and the sweep portion at Food
, Fair.
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Spring Meeting
The annual spring mi ctil
the South Dade Chapter "i the
i n s P:- ision of the Amei ican
'lei hnion Soi i< t> will be held on
Wedni -:... lune 29
Mrs Bernard Yesner 480
nada Blvd Coral Gables, w il
less iIn ;i am brunchcon The
affair, culminating the year's ..
tivities. will honor officers
board members for their efl
The entire membership is invited
as guests oi the day
Mrs Meyer A Baskin. president.
announced that the South Dade
general membership has doubled
and that 18 new life members
eluding two trustees, have
added to the roster this ar.
Highlighting the pi il
be a well-known local an ..<
Barancik, speaking on Jev art,
and displaying several of hei :.:;t >i
works. Mrs. Barancik. resident of
Coral Gables for 16 years, has
studied under Eugene Massin. She
has had several one-man and group
showings, the latest with the Coral
Gables Art Branch of the National
League of Pen Women.
Also on the program will be
Mrs. Joel Belov, who will deliver
a talk on "Technion Today and
Tomorrow."
The committee for this final
meeting of the season includes
Mesdamcs David Sernaker. Melvin
Schwartz. Ben Trupkin, Harold
Abbott. Norman Hill. Sidney Rich-
man. Bernard Yesner, Meyer Bril-
liant and Gerald Schwartz
Ellen Joy Weiss
Gets Degree From
Stern College
n Joy Weiss has received a
egr e in psychology from
Stem College for Women in New
Yi rk I -
The young Mi-
B e a chit e
lever heli
15 years a o
she woul i be a
hiva Colle r
tod .
Sti rn ('( lie
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Ellen was a studenl t B sca> i
Elemental school in first and set
ond grade At the age of 8. she
switched to the Hebrew Academy.
"All of us have Rabbi Alexandei
Cross to thank for what happi ned
after that," Ellen declared modest-
ly for herself and her parents.
Tiabbi Gross is the Academy's prin-
cipal, who became her guiding
light
An outstanding student in He-
brew and general academic studies
at the Academy, she graduated in
June, 1900 with honors, and went
on to the Chicago Hebrew Aca-
demy, where Ellen completed hei
high school training.
An ambitious young lady. Ellen
finished her three-year high school
program there in two years, and
then went on to Stern College.
Now. with her AB tucked firmly
under her academic belt. Ellen
plans to continue working in the
field of psychology in the even-
ings and to teach Hebrew during
the day.
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Tuesday Night Games Party
Murrax Solomon Post and Auxil-
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games night for Tuesday. 8:30
p m., at the Veterans of Fi i
Wars Hall 16 8 SW 27th Av<
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Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami holds an
attorney's luncheon on behalf oi the JNFC Foundation. Seated
(left to right) are Dr. Irving Lehrman. chairman of the Jewish
National Fund Foundation of Greater Miami; Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, president of the Jewish National Fund Southeast
Region. Standinq (left to right) are Baron de Hirsch Meyer and
Herbert S. Shapiro, chairman of thp JNF Foundation Attorney's
Committee.

Commander M. Jay Berliner, of Murray Solomon Post 243 of
Coral Gables. Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A., presents a
Certificate of Merit to Gary Brooks, member of the senior class
at Coral Gables Hiqh School, "?or outstanding leadership in
community activities." Presentation was at a general assembly
at the school en May 24. and also included a copy of "A
Thousand Days," the story of President Kennedy's adminis-
tration, by Arthur Schlesinger. Brooks expects to attend
Dartmouth in September.
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Continued from Pag. IB
Dr. Boris Stem Jay and Dvora
plan to precede their September
arrival in Israel with an extended
tour of the United States and
Europe.
* *
Twin celebrations inspired the
surprise cocktail party given for
Mr. and Mrs. Al Osheroff recently
by their immediate family .
Marking their fifth wedding an-
niversary and leaving soon for
Israel, the Osheroffs were feted
at a delightful bon voyage dinner
in the Montmartre Hotel hosted
by their children. Doris and Ger-
ald Berkell. Jerome t'ohen. Dn.
Joseph and Joan Harris, and
grandchildren Frannie and Susie
Berkell. Judv and Jamie Harris
. Guests included Mrs Dora
Harris. Mrs Dinah Kattein. Mr
and Mrs llv Harris. Mrs. Senna
Leibson, the Joseph Osheroffs.
Miss Gabriel Friedheim .
Also Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pert-
nay and their two. Sidney and
Lois, Benjamin Appel. and the
Phil Berkells Boarding the
SS Shalom in New York on June
30. the Osheroffs will attend the
Bar Mitzvah of grandson David,
son of Mr. and Mrs. I-eo Osheroff.
who have been living in Savyon.
Israel, for the past 16 years .
They re also looking forward to
being reacquainted with grand-
daughters Eva 10. and Malka 2
. Joining them for the event
are the two Drs. Harris and both
offspring taking an El Al flight
in .Inly And completing the
family circle. Jerome Cohen is
also planning to be in the Holy-
Land for the happy occasion.
George and Mary Furman. who
have lived in Miami Beach for 25
of the 35 years of marriage they
celebrated this month, were the
unsuspecting guests of honor at
a surprise party plotted and
hatched by their children Jack
and Iris Furman. Jerry and Joan
I.eader on June 4 at the Leader
home. 18731 NW 24th Ave. .
Additionally amazed to find
Mary's sister, Mrs. Al Jackson,
her niece Barbara (Mrs. Stanley)
Heller and daughter Robin who
had jetted down from New York
for the special event Other
guests were Mrs. Harry Boden-
stein. Mrs. William Gorick. Mrs.
Louis Leader. Mr. and Mrs. Mitch-
ell Lchrman. Mr. and Mrs. Al
Leslie, Mr. and Mrs. Abe New-
man. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Cohn. Mr
and Mrs. Jack Schwartz. Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Haven. Mr. and Mrs
Dave Kaplan. Mr. and Mrs
George Schulman. Mr and Mrs
Howard Glassman. Mrs. Al Zablo.
Mrs. Jack Rosen. Mrs. Sam Ostrin.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schreiber, Mrs
Southeastern Florida Region, Women's Amer-
ican ORT. at an annual planning conierence
and installation June 2 at the Everglades Hotel.
Mrs. Jack Eisenberg, national vice president,
conducted the ceremonies. Bottom row (left
to right) Mrs. Sydney Kronish, Thrift Shop
director; Mrs. Richard Greenbaum. Mrs. Philip
Stark, Mrs. Gecrae Linden, Mrs. Sam Averack,
Mrs. Theodore Zalles. Mrs. Leu Jacobsen, vice
presidents; Mis. Paul Taylor, membership
dues secretary. Second row are Mrs. Seymour
Goldstein, financial secretary; Mrs. Edward
Light, treasurer; Mrs. William Fishman, exec-
utive committee chairman; Mrs. Harold
Schneider, president; Mrs. Florence Kuppeiman,
parliamentarian; Mrs. Gerald Schwartz, cor-
re=r>ondina secretary; and Mrs. Morris Green-
berg, recording secretary. Mrs. Jack Fills, vice
president, is not shown.
Mrs. Mayer (Rachel) Abramowitz, who was
honored by Temple Menorah Sisterhood re-
cently, v/ith her husband, Rabbi Abramowitz.
spiritual leader of Menorah, and their children
David, Reena and Dahlia (right). The tree
served as background for a skit and symbol-
ized the "fruits" of Mrs. Abramowitz's life.
BBYO Convention In Study Of 'Great Society1
Twenty-five members of the
B nai B iith Youth Organization of
South Florida attended district
convention in Hendersonville, N.C.,
from June lfi to 21. They were
1 lected by their chapters as dele
gates to the conclave which will Ik-
Bttended by representatives of
chapters from six -tales along the
Atlantic seaboard from Maryland
to Florida and Washington, D.('.
Led by Nathan Gomberg, inc-
ident of the South Florida Council
BBYO, the delegates left Miami
on June 15. They participated in
discussion groups and heard lec-
tures on the theme. "Our Great
Society," with particular emphasis
on maturing of Jewish teen-agers
111 the adult American world. Also
scheduled were socials, athletics.
leadership training workshops,
business meetings and religious ac-
tivities.
Mis Hairy I'ato and Robert
Spiegel acted in an adult advia
Ory capacity at the convention.
Mrs. Pato is a member of the board
of directors of BBYO in South
Florida, and Spiegel is adviser to
the Shield of David AZA.
Jerry Salzman. Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur Peigeles and Mr. and Mrs.
Revie Unger.
* *
Four South Dade couples, all
tennis buffs, got together for a
week's trip to St. Thomas and
St. Croix in the Virgin Islands,
and Puerto Rico Although
the group spent plenty of time
on the beaches and boating in the
Caribbean, the tennis courts got
the major play from Ron and
Geri Levitt. Mel and Loraine
Shifke. Dr. Herb and Ellie Sett-
man, and Alan and Susan Kurz-
weil .
Rahhi and Mrs. Tibor H. Stem,
daughters. Tiki and Judy, and
Jacob C. Cohen have returned
te Miami Beach following a trip
to New York, where Rabbi Stern
received the Rabbi Herzog Gold
Medal Award.
The Morris Bericks spanning
the continent to attend milestones '
in the lives of close kin In
New York, it will be the Bar
'h-
une
his
01
r. in
Mitzvah of a grandson
wedding of a relative .
it will be California for '.'
daughter's graduation f,-.. -.,
lege ... But the end 1
will find Morris resumi
duties as Miami Beach
Friendship Club prexy
Perfect time for vacatio
the Carolmas, so the \
Pavlows and family are di
that .
It will be close to Thank- .iVinc
before Mr. and Mrs. r\. c
Meyer return to their
home Now on a si- ,veek
European cruise aboard the SS
Fedorico. they'll head foi theii
summer home in Beu-rh
Calif., before gracing -h, cal
scene next fall .
News has just reached Sdith
and Sam Gartner he's cu
tive veep of Mount Sinai
talthat son Bernard Bu
a student at City University ol
New York. Manhattan Dl
has been elected president (he
Student Government.
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Big Cruise Programs Slated for Shalom;'
Long Holiday Trips Are On the Agenda

By Special Report
Paul Biro, head of worldwide
passenger operations for the 7im
Lines, has today announced an e\
tensive new program of cruises to
the Caribbean and Mediterranean
iluring 1067 and the balance of
1966 by the company's flagship,
the 25.300 gross ton SS Shalom.
The cruises Will be in addition to
the liner's scheduled transatlantic
voyages.
Biro, here from Israel on .1 bus-
iness trip, said he expects this pat-
tern of long holiday cruises to the
Mediterranean, winter cruises to
the Caribbean and transatlantic
voyages during the peak season
will continue to be the Shalom's
employment for many year.- to
come.
He disclosed that the Shalom
will make nine Caribbean cruises
between Nov. 2, 1966 and Feb.
28, 1967. These will include, for
the first time, departures from
Baltimore, Maryland and Port
Everglades, Florida, in addition
to sailings from New York.
The 1 'at ibbcan cruises will 1
followed bj a 37 daj I'm im at ni-
val Cruise to the Mediterranean
sailing from New York on Man h
1. 1967, and a 42-daj Passover
Festival Cruise to the Meditcrran
ean, sailing on Apr 7
The Shalom is also scheduled to
'ail on September 12. l!Mi7 on a
45 day High Holidays Cruise to the
Mediterranean All of the long
cruises feature, as a highlight, stop-
overs of from six to nine days'
duration at Haifa. Israel, where
the Shalom will serve as hold for
her passengers. A wide choice of
optional shore excursions is avail
able with each cruise.
Biro said that the Zim Lines'
new emphasis on long cruis CO
inciding with the principal holiday
periods in Israel is the result of
careful market studies and the
notable success of the first of
such cruises offered by the Line
this year.
He noted that on March '8,
1966, the Shalom sailed on a
42-day Passover Festival Cruise
to the Mediterranean with oyr
660 passengers, more than her
normal cruise capacity. A 48-aj/
High Holidays Cruise, scheduled
to sail next Aug. 30, is also doing
extremely well, he said.
Biro said that his company "con
tinues to have great faith in the
future of Caribbean cruises and is
seeking to broaden its market in
that field."
For that reason, the Shalom's
(list cruise of the coming season
will Ik- an 11 day cruise from Balti-
more on Nov. 2, calling at St
Maarten, San Juan. St. Thous-
and MontegO Bay. returning t>
Baltimore on Nov. 13.
All other Caribbean cruises will
be based at New York. But pan
engers in the South
aboard the Shalom .1' I
glades. l-'la .,11 No\ ::
there on Nov 26. or on J
1987, returning to Port Evei
on Jan 14
'mis,- sailings from Xev
will be on Nov 1.". Nov 2l
13. Dec 22. Jan. 4. Jan 1" eh
1. and Feb. 16
Special attractions of the :-a
lom's Caribbean cruise pre: in
will be a cruise for golfers :n
Nov. 29, a cruise for s -jle
people on Dec. 13, and a Mardi
Gras Cruise on Feb. 1, feat.- ng
42-hour stop-over at Po -af-
Spain, Trinidad during the Car-
nival.
Biro said that the Shai i<
making four round trans; intic J
voyages in 1966 betweei -. *
York, Europe and Israel ;i ivill
make the same number ir
un these trips, the
First and Tourist ,
111 COI the Cllllses u
accommodations are on
Class i>. In addition t-> the Shall
/ m Lines opt
sen ices on the Mi .
between lsra< I, Grei ce Hi
France The company al>
scheduled three round trip \
annually between Israi I ;<-. the
Bast ( oast of South Amen
Rep. Gong Speaks
On Viet Nam
At JWV Meet
Rep Kdmund (long was t< ak
to members of West Mian ost
223. Jewish War Yclerai on
Thursday, .lune 23. accord to
an announcement by ('mm '(ler
Leo Slachter, Meeting i~ sch tied ~\
for 8 p m. at Post Ilcadqu r-
Ahavat Shalom. !>7.-) S\V 871 V\<
Democratic candidate fi the
state Senate, Gong was to -ess
the group on his recent trip
Nam He was recently citi for
leadership in the Florida I ;isla-
lure for conflict of Interest -gis
lation; the sponsorship and j .>-
of a bill preserving public Ulds
for parks and recreation; a : for
bis trip to Viet Nam as an ired
ited war correspondent to 'be
Miami Herald, where be 1 1"
combat helicopter missions With
the First Cavalry Division.
A native Miamian. Gong a led
Dade County schools and idu
ated from Harvard cum lau. and
the University of Miam Law
School. An Air Force vete of
World War II. he was app 'i1'1
Assistant United States Al rney
for the Southern District of Flor-
ida following his dischai "
1968, he was elected to the I
House of Representatives from
Dade County and was reeled, : foiga,
a second term without opp :i"
in 1964.
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Friday. June 24, 1966
vJenHfi fhrldHan
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Federal Cites 3 Local Citizens
D.; cussing groundbreaking ceremonies for the
Hairy S. Truman Center for the Advancement
oi Peace are (from left) Sidney D. Ansin. of
V.TKT Ch. 7. Harry Frankel and Baron de
K.-'sch Meyer, founders of the peace center
gifts of SIOO.OOO each. Dr. Irving Lehrman,
of Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach. Jack S.
Popick, president of the South Florida Division
of the American Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, and Jacob Rifkin, vice president. They
met this week at a brunch in the Popick home.
r Localites Planning To Attend Cornerstone Rites
and Mrs, Baron de llirsch
Me> Mr and Mrs Harry Prank
el. and Mrs Ja< pick.
d Mi David Klein. Mr and
M ferbi rt S Shapiro Hiss I :
liai loodman and M -- E I
Go ..hi are finalizing plans to
visit Israel to witness the avwnd
ceremonies for the Tru-
enter for the Advancement
di I .ice. which will be established
on Ibi campus of the Hebrew I'ni
\ ei y in Jerusalem.
I id Noyes, personal repre-
sentative of former President
liar- S Truman, has just met
witr President Shazar and Prime
Minuter Levi Eshkol of Israel to
make the appropriate arrange-
ment' for Truman's first \isit to
the State of Israel.
TH Harry S. Truman Center
for 'he Advancement of Peace
wi. be dedicated to the study
ianc dissemination of the means
of accomplishing international
coo-veration and amity. It was
meoe possible through the co-
operation of 36 Americans who
contributed SIOO.OOO each to
foL'-d the center.
! ic initial group w ere Miami
ans r. and Mrs. Hai rj i ankel,
Di d Mrs Philip Gotlieb, Mr.
and Irs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
and Mr. and Mrs. .lack Julius Ros-
en. I and Mrs. David Klein have
mi ,i gift of $30,000. constitut-
ing themselves Sponsors of (lie
Cenli .
A- Dg the notables who will be
present in Jerusalem on July 11
for the cornerstone laying cere-1
monies will be Chief Justice Earl
Warren, who delivered the keynote
add:- -s in Independence, Mo..,
when the program was initiated.;
Lerner Tops Slate
At Young Israel |
\ Y is Israel of Greater Miami
inst; ed new officers and directors
for tae 19fi6-fi7 term with Burton j
Bnx succeeding Hairy turner as
pri ent of the group.
!; ,i Shcrwin Stauber. spiritual
leac- of the congregation, con-
due-. : the ceremony.
\ presidents on the slate are
Marv Upman, Rabbi Stanlej
Tuebman, Harry Lerner, Robert
Fink; .stein. Arthur Welngarten,
Milton Gottlieb. Ben Fishbein.
R<-er continues with Ernest
Field Dr. S. Nussbaum. treasurers:
WlHil 11 Kreuter, Herbert Hochfel
sen. Murray Frand. Mrs. Marry L*r- (
ner. eretaries. Mrs. Marvin Lip
man publicity chairman; Morris
Tapper, gabbai; Israel Isaacson.
cemetery committee chairman:
Bmaouel Ungar, three-year trus
tee: Max Cohen, life trustee.
Also installed were the follow-
ing board of directors; Sam Bau
iiui. Harry Gomberg, Alex Goose,
jost Greenberg, Joseph Gropen,
Ben Lerner, Alexander Moss Louis
^tar: Louis Rosenberg, I Kantor,
an<. ] Itkowitz.
T- program featured the music
of Andor Kellert.
with Presidi nl Lyndon It Johnson
addressin the founders Reprc
sentatives ol leading nation- ol
Ihe entire world will participate,
Zev W Kogan received a \Va~li
ington federal Certificate of Com-
mendation at a recent Jewish Na
tional Fund dinner ;:i the l-'on-
tainebleau Hotel
He was honored by Washington
Federal for "his outstanding public
mm,kc in Miami Beach, and par-
ticularly to the Jewish community
on behalf of Israel and the Jewish
National Fund."
Washington Federal vice pres
ident. Abraham A. Grunhut, pre-
sented the Commendation,
And Chaim Rose received a
Washington Federal Certificate of
Commendation at the Washington
Federal Auditorium. 1234 Washing
ton Axe.
Rose was honored by Washing-
ton Federal "for his outstanding j
public service to the entire com-
munity, particularly in behalf of
his efforts for handicapped cit-
izens." Grunhut also presented
this commendation.
Founder and president of tin-
People Speak Town Hall Forums.
Hose i- co-founder of the Florida
Paraplegic Association and <
rcspondence secretary ol "New
Vistas." dealing with housing foi
the severely handicapped
Women attending Ihe insl
tion luncheon of Hn Greal i M
imi S' ct ; ol t hi V1' lonal ('ouncil
of Jew j; ii V omen at the Foi '
i''i i also r centh itc the
presentation of a Washington Fed
eial Certificate of Commend
to Frances iMrs. jean ("j Lehmai
Clare Hayden, Washington Fei
eral assistant vice president, pit
sented the certificate to Mrs Let
man, who was cited for "outstand
ing public service to her con;
munity."
July 4 Fete
In Orange Bowl
Miamians will celebrate July 4
this year with a community-wide
bell ringing and a mammoth fire
works display and historical page-
ant in Orange Bowl stadium.
Last year's July 4 celebration
in the Orange Bowl drew more
than 39.000 people, largest such a*
tendance in the nation
The extravaganza in the Orangfl
Bowl again this year is put on by
Variety club for benefit of \
Children's Hospital, and
written by Southeast Florida Dairy
Institute
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Aims at Yoi??h
In Off'cer Ranks
Temple Judea Brotherhood
Mtt'ng Its tights on youngei
couples
Recognizing the need for social
and spiritual identification
younger coup'es with Infants and
very young children in th- grow
ing community, the Brotherhood
has announced the preponderai
of younger men on its execut!
committee and hoard of dire to
This is the ird from Di F
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of the Temple ludea Brotherh
"Bj waj o imple." declar
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stel president Tom-
lei Kitt. B'nai Raphje'. C
Robinson, Beth Am. Standing left to ri
Steven rietschman. vice president Beth Shal-
om; Eileen Shore, Beth Am- Louis Schwartz-
man. executive director of the Bureau; Ruth
Stoseer Both Am; and Debbie Paris, secretary
Beth Am.
Pepper Urges
Halt of American
Aid to Nasser
S S R port
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assistance from tt>e United
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Page 13-B
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HUaUl MIUMAN
Khartoum' Will
Have Premiere
At the Sheridan
"Khartoum." in Cinerama, will
II rentiers at the Sheridan Theatre
rhursrlay. June 30. according to
an announcement hy Harry Hot-
wick, of Florida State Theatres
Prior to the official opening on
that day. a special showing will
he held to benefit the Miami Heath
1 (lice Athletic League.
The Julian Blaustein production.
filmed in ritra Panavision-Color,
tars Charlton lleston as Gordon
. -id Sir Laurence Olivier as the
Mahdi, with Richard Johnson and
Ralph Richardson It is a United
"-.11ists release
The special movie will be pre
-ented on a two-a-day basis, at
2 p m and K :30 i m with all
..'- reserved.
"Khartoum" was filmed in the
N'orth African desert, utilizing 2i.
technicians, 530 local helpers, and
.: ds ol extras
Charlton Ifcsti ri irds (!oi don
. I role in a
rical port raj als
Laui icr brin ;s his
% dynamic
Thau Mahdi. a vision
thi c

Center Workers
Elect Millman
v. ^SHINGTON (JTA) Her-
.....; Ryi NY, associ
',1, N'atioi al Jev
u Nati mal \
I J wish Ci nfc W<
a a I ness
"i the oi
1 K) profe
employed in Jew-
inity Ci nters and YM
throughout the United
! lates and Cat i
The XAJCW convention was
part of the (i.'iiii annual meeting oj
Ihe Natii nal Ci nference of Jewish
Comrr mal S' rvice, which con-
vened at the Sheraton Part HtKeJ.
Morris Levin, executive direc-
tor of the Bernard Horwich Jewish
Community Center, Chicago, was
lech d president-elect of NAJCW
and will take office in 1968. Levin
has been serving as president since
last September to fill out the un-
expired term of the late Dr. Irving
Canter.
Feature Films
Slated for Tots
All the comforts of home, plus
once a week movies is the new way-
patients at Variety Children's Hos-
pital will be nursed back to good
health.
That's the earnest hope of Mrs
Richard Litt. a volunteer at the
hospital working with members of
the Suburban League on a new-
plan to amuse the children.
Now, ambulatory patients can
look forward to a weekly "Kiddie
Theatre' with a full-length fea-
ture, an intermission for popcorn
and ice cream, and permission to
aoplaud and cheer as loud as thi y
like.
Says Mrs I.itt "We scheduh
movies suit specific age groups,
and .' thi shew plenty of ad-
-. anci not i< i
i -ii far i- ell
lainin$ films e simply
don'l for rentals."
r jses 16 mm
sound film
Em t m
e*n Borah
Men's ClMb
Elects Stone
At a recent meeting of the
Men's Club of Beth Torah, the fol-
owing officers were elected:
President, William Stone: vice
presidents, Sidney Levy, Robert
Baumohl: recording secretary,
John Werner: corresponding sec-
retary. Louis Pincus: treasurer.
Hyman Kricger.
Board of Trustees consists of
Judge Arthur Winton, Ahin Zuck-
erman. Nathan Schwalb, Paul
Leff and Nathan Ostrov.
Officers were installed by
Judge Harold Spaet at a Father's
Day breakfast on June 19.
fc First project of the new admin
Sstration will be to sponsor a Dale
- 'ai n< .:ie coui se at Beth rorah
Initial session will be held June
_':; and will ii onstra
ion ol th 14 course Ses
ion will be opt n to t h public
New officers gather at the Jewish Home for
the Aqcd of Greater Miami with newly-elected
president Leo Rose Jr. (.ceuted center) flanked
by retiring president, Judge Irving Cypen (left),
and vice president, Baron de Hirsch Meyer.
Standing (left to riaht) are executive director.
MauricePearlstein; vicepresdent.JackPcpick;
corresponding secretary, Mrs. Sol Silverman."
financial secretary. Sam Resnick; treasurer.
if
Stanley Beckerman, who was reelected for the
tenth year; and assistant director, Arthur
Kalisch. Not shown are vice presidents, Louis
Bresler, Dav*d Fleeman and Aar^n Kravitz;
recording secretary. Mrs. Laurence Silverman;
end honorary vice president, Col. Jacob Arvey.
Judge Cypen was elected honorary president
following his seven years as president.
USY Member Wins Scholarship
AVJS TC1Y C4VEU
.Miss Toby Cavell. a member of
Beth Torah Congregation United
Synagogue Youth, and a board
member el the Southeast Region
of Unite 1 Synagogue V it'
awarded a scholarship to Israe I
the summer .-.: thi recently-con-
e'uded 15th annual USY conven-
'"" of the United Synagogue
Youth.
Mi.- Cavell is tl
Mr and Mrs .' ron
ire mi mbers of Bel Ton
nth Yes hut cregsl
M Cavell is '. I I
F leratioi
:
agi eue ol Ai
The scholarship winner will
leave for Israel during the last
week in June and spend six and
a h;:lt weeks touring the country
and studying it- institutions in the
: anj dt 12ii United Synagogue
Youth members from throughout.
the 1 es and Canada.
f'irsi Council Meeting Set
Mrs Arthur Lee. president of
i\ish War Veterano Auxiliary
will com.net the first
admir.ist tion meetin;
ly i at the Deaa
. Hi Hotel
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Jenist Fk>rktiart
Friday, June 24, :;36
BIOCHEMIST'S INTEREST IS VOLCANIC CINDER
UM Scientist to Lecture in Europe
Volcanic flame and the molten
torrents that spell death and de-
struction hold a fascination for a
University of Miami scientist who
s concerned about the origins oi
Di Sidnej w Fox, director of
the Institute of Molecular Evolu-
tion at I'M. will visit Mediterran-
area volcanoes after scientific
- m Munich, Germany, and
ortina. Italy, during the nexl
three weeks in Italy, he expects
colled volcanic cinder and ash
it Vulcano. the mountain that gave
ts name to the dread eruptions,
and at Santorin, a volcano in the
Aegean Sea.
The UM biochemist contends
that hot, dry volcanic material
comprises one of a number of
plausible crucibles for the pos-
sible origin of materials needed
by the first life on earth. All
that is required, he says, for the
formation of protein-like corn-
sounds and precursors of cells
is for rain to fall on such hot
zones on which have been sitting
amino acids. This interpretation
is based on laboratory demon-
strations.
Dr. Fox is described in the fea-
tured article in the current issue
of The Laboratory as "a member
of a relatively small population of
researchers throughout the world
. engaged in what has been
called the most exciting, challeng
Ulg and profound issue of this cen-
tury': the search for life in space.
in the context of its origin. This
In turn involves a search for valid
criteria for life and a search
for appropriate laboratory models
for the origin of lite related sub-
stances and Sj stems "
The Laboratory, publication of
the Fisher Scientific Co.. maker
of laboratory equipment, is read
by about 21)0.000 scientists all over
the world.
While in Europe. Dr. Fox will
lecture at the University of Munich
this week on "A Model of Macro-
molecular and Cellular Origins."
In Cortina, Italy, he will participate
in a symposium he has organized
on 'Radiation and the Origin of
Life" at the Third International
Congress of Radiation Research
fJune 27 to July 3) at the imita-
tion of Dr. A. A Buzzati-Traverso,
president of the Congress. Dr Fox
will present a paper at the Con
gress June 28 on 'Radiation and
the Fust Biopolymers."
DR. SIDNtr W. FOX
Hias Service Names
Jacobson New Chief
By Special Report
The appointment of Gaynor I.
cotMon as executive director of
United Was Service, worldwide
lewisb migration agency, was an-
nounced this week bj Murray l
iurfein, president.
Jacobson succeeds James P.
Rice, who has accepted the post
if executive director of the Jew-
s'i Federation and Welfare Fund
if Metropolitan Chicago, effective
July 18.
Prior to his appointment Jacob*

GAYNOR JACOBSON
son was director of United Hias
European and North African
Operations in Geneva He also
served as director of the agency
program in Latin America.
A native of Buffalo, he re-
ceived his Bachelor of Arts De-
gree, Certificate in Social Case-
work and Master of Social
Science degree from the Univer-
sity of Buffalo. He entered the
social welfare field in 1934
Jacobson has served as execu-
tive director Ol the Jewish Social
Servici B eau in Rochester, i x
ecutive tary ol the Rochester
Jewish Community Council, ci
t j in Italj.
i H it for
.' ish Joinl Distri
executive di
'
l
: \' ,i '
II -
' Europi
i stablishment more
than 82 years ago, United Hias
Si i \ ice and its predecessor agen
oil s have helped rescue more than
three-million Jewish men. women
and children from oppression and
persecution and resettle them in
lands ol 'ccdom and security.
The Four Bits will open at the Doral Band Box at the Doral
Beach Hotel nn July 1 for an indefinite engagement. For the
past eiqht years, the popular quartet has been appearing at
one Miami motel to score the longest-running club act in
history. They started as a vocal group on Cape Cod a decade
ago, and have since been featured at the Riviera, Royal
Nevada in Las Vegas, Harvey's at Lake Tahoe and the Village
Barn in New York. The Four Bits will be backed at the Doral
by Barry Brenton and his orchestra.
Jfyar Harry Hausman
Harry, son of Mr. and Mrs Ber-
nard Hausman, 20101 NE 20th Ct,
will celebrate his Bar Mit/vah at
Beth Torah Congregation on Satur-
day morning. June 25
Harry will enter the eighth
grade at John F. Kennedy Junior
High this fall He is a student in
Beth Torah Religious School He is
interested in coin collecting and
weather obsen anee.
A luncheon will follow services
at thi' temple on Saturday morn-
ing, and a reception will be held
Saturday evening at the Diplomat
Country club in his honor.
Grandparents attending are Mrs,
Harriet Rosen and Mr and Mrs
Louis Hausman. all of Surfsidc
Edward Shafer
Edward, grandson of Mrs Mollj
Shafer. 2151 SW 21st St will be
come Bar Mitzvah at Beth David
i on 'iv ..i .ii on Sal i;ida\ mm n
June -"<
ard :~ a seventh grade stu
-henando
endii Beth I a d R
He is ii
d
h ill
andmol her.
Harris Solomon
Han i- Keith, son Of Mr and
Mrs Sidney Solomon, will be Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
June 25. at Temple Adath Yc.-h
urun. The celebrant is the grand-
son of Mrs. Clara Solomon.
Harris is in the eighth grade at
John F. Kennedy Junior High.
and graduated with honors from
Hebrew School. His favorite sub
jects are mathematics and science.
he is on the principal's Honor Roll.
and outside interests include SOC-
cer.
Following the ceremony. Mr. and
Mrs Solomon will host a reception
in honor of their son
Sander Cohen
Sander, son of Mr and Mrs Nat
Cohen, 630 NE 165th St., No Mi
Beach, will celebn
vah ii i aturday m
in", June 25. at Beth Torah Con-
" ill nter the eighth
K< nnedj Junior
ill and will be in
pr i a ion ro tp at I

and singing
A .((. ption and dinner will
held at Harbour House South in
his Saturday evi i
R ise I ohen, ol Miami, his
her, will attend.
Lewis Fogel Newly-organizcd Kodesh
1 .. "f B'nai R'nth \wll hold
Lewis, so,, ol Mr and Mrs. Ben fast meet,,,., Sunday al remnle
Fogel of 8040 SW 10th St., will Or Olom slated n, oegin a !:! 0
become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday am the morning will
morning. June 25. at Temple Zion. state Attorney Richard E (ier-
Lewii is a seventh grade student stein who will speak on "Extrem-
al Rockway Junior High and is a ism I960."
Han y Hausman tdward Shafer
member of this year's Hi brew
School graduating class
Mr and Mis Fogel "ill host the
Kiddush following the servici On
Saturday night. July 2. the eele
brant will be honored with a re-
ception and dinner at the Seville
Hotel
Kenneth Serkin
Kenneth, son of Mr and Mrs.
Sam Serkin. 10510 NE 23
rill celebrate Ins Bar Mil ah at
ti i noon set iCI 5 al I >ndi
regat
et h v. ill enter
at John F. Kci
III h and is .
R
1 I
I
Ihei
1 of
Jinnic Si i
Brandeis Grads
Receive Degrees
Robert Gordon has received a
Bachelor of Arts degree al Bran
di is UniversiJ)
The young Coral Gab)< ite was
one of .'!28 seniors and 141 Brad
uate students al the 15th com
mencement exercises at Walt ham,
Mass last week
He is the son of Mr ai d Mrs
Marvin Gordon, ol 1510 sa,
and p'ans to study medicine al
Duke Universits next >
Also recei\ ing a Bai I
Aits degree was Deborah Gubet
man. daughter of Mrs |;, >-. :,.,i,
erman, of 1747 Washing) St .
Hollywood.
A psychologj major, M
erman served as an assisti
ce counselor, she sp<
ir '.ear in Israel in
J i "t> Hi.itt Institute, a ut
1 n studs
outh Broward Hij
lod, she Mas |
the \llie.I Mi dical Arts
thi I Clu Shi i
her studies al thi I
of Pennsylvania School
Work.
Breakfast Meet for BB Unit
Reward Offered tor Soifcose
On Saturday night, June at
about 8:30 p.m., at SW o|
between 12th and 16th Ave Mi-
ami, a suitcase was lost cents tins
personal items, tallis and v [Ijj,
and papers belonging to a v.Vhiva
in Israel. Anyone locating the suit
case is requested to phone 22' 744
during the day. or 374 4879 von
ings. A reward is being offe
Seiderman Is New
BB Lodge 5 Veep
Councilman Paul Seiderman,
member of the board of tr;
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge]
was elected second vice president]
BB District Grand Lodge 5,
00th annual convention, in
more. June 12 to 15
Seiderman is also a trust
the Miami Beach Lodge, a
ber of the board of governors, Pu-
trid Grand Lodge 5, and an \
Defamation League Commissioi
er.
At the conclave, he also received
an award for "outstanding work
in the organization of new
in the Southern Florida area
Dr Abraham Wolfson, life
her ol the Miami Beach I
and newscaster at the weekls
luncheon meetings, receivi
award for "his work on bel I
Israel
Other members m (he
Beach Lodge hO attend.
Baltimore convention includi Sam
uel Pascoe, president, S ui I
Weiner, Louis Ootdman, Louis
Kravitz, Leo Rutstein, Ben I
Paul Seiderman.

Men's Club
Honors Ostrie
Joseph Ostrie has been h
by Temple Zamora Men I
a decade of service to 1
Zamora."
Club president. Herman
lass, made the presentation
group at its bi-weekly meetii held
in Lindy's Restaurant \W-
Guest speaker was R
Weatherly, executive direi
Economic Opportunity Pn
who spoke on "The War A
Berger co
Two Injured in Rclly Cash
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day afl
rally i !
sell si\ |fd i at adian Nat i !
A
Jonathan Winters stars in
"The Russians aie Com:
now showing at the Bay I
bor Rocking Chair Theatre. '
In color by De Luxe and P
avision, the film co-stars Carl
Reiner, Eva Marie Saint,
Brian Keith, Theodore E
Paul Ford, and Alan Aririn, ^
who makes his filnj debut in ?
the wacky United
comedy release.


\ ..:y. June 24, 1966
vJenisfi Unr/kHary
Page 15-B
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..mmunity leaders meet in North Miami Beach to discuss
blan* for a ml# YM and WHA facility in the North Dade area.
tec. ;o right are A. Lionel Bosem. chairman of the North County
('.'.HA Development Fund; Daniel Neal Heller, keynote
s.r :ker for the evenina; and Michael H. Salmon, president
| o: -e North County YMHA.
lap Plans for New Area "Y'
LEGAL NOTICE
L"? J.15. crcuit court or thk
ELEVENTH ,-odic:al circuit of
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADL
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 6572
NOTICE OF SUIT
MICH \l:i. .1 /.I IIKI.I.a.
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mill n I.
To: .i"si;i-m.\i: ZIClfRLLA
299 North Mountain Av. inn'
l pi" i- Mont, lair, Ne Jersey
L<; ARK HEREBY NOTIr'IKIl
ili.ii i nniplnlnl fm Dlv. ri.. has i.....i
led mtuliiHl you, and you are re-
quiredto nerv. H cop} ..f youi Answer
.....""'' Pleading upon Plaintiff's
allorney, AI.AN Sll VERKTEIX, ISO
I.H...M Road, Miami Beach, Ploridu .
ami file Hi. original of you* Answer!
or other Id- ullnc in the office ,.'" ih. ;
' '* of ih, Circuit Court, Dodo
1 "untj Court Horn.,., Miami. K|rlila,
','" '"' before the Kth da) of Julv,
'"". in default of H lllch a I. i. pro
] --' "ill he enti red Rvalnsi vu
DAI i.l' il Miami, Dade County,
Florida, I hi* 21sl nay .,f June, I'm;
lv R. l.i: VTHKKM \N
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enthusiastic gathering of
por' than UK) community leaders
fin his w eek In North Miami
pea to hear inilial plans for a
hew YM and WHA facility in
|i D ide County.
Y ni attorney, Daniel Neal
li i keynote speaker, reminded
|h- ad I rial "your important
I ing plans and pre
new facility to be
ill in N> h Dade is really a do-
program because
i new can be of tremendous
r.< 'it ei i ice to everj indi-
lual a mil) in the northern
|rt of I iiintry.
"Tht icern facility," he m-
[phasucJ. "will furnish meaning-
ful, hei --'u! and stimulating
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activities to youngsters, adults
and senior citizens in a proper
atmosphere."
Heller, past national commander
of the Jewish War Veterans of the
I'.S. \ and chairman of the Dade
County Veterans Advisory Com-
mittee, was the 1066 Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign co-chair-
man of the Residents and High-
Rise Division.
Other speaker* inehw'e'' v; .i.-.-.i
II. Salmon, president of the North
Count) YMHA: A. Lionel Bosem,
chairman of the North Count)
YMHA Development Fund: and
William Cohen. YMHA Develop
ment Fund director. Efraim H.
dale, executive director of the YM
and WHA of Greater Miami, ex-
tended greetings on behalf of Paul
Paske, president oi the YM and
Stud) committees are now being
formed to determine the specific
facilities which will be included
new "Y" in order best to
serve the North Hade community.
Committei Include pre-si
primary grades il li mediate
grades, jui h, senior


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lili 2 r| day of June, 10S6
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6/84 7/1-8-15
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 6578
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 6652
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADL COUNT-,.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 7II00-B
In RR
..Ki.-'l.t SCII
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* ai i All '
i niniti or l in.hi.I.- A- -'
ICMate:
,,r,. ii, ri hj notlfli .1 an.I n
to present an) ilm* ami di inamh
uli.'.M you ma> hai iiBalnal thi es-
tate "t MORRIS l.r.NVII. ill l.
I,it.- ..I Dadi County, Plorida, to the
Couniv Judges of Dadi County, and
rile the sanir In their offloes in the
-..11r -. CourthoUH. in I >odt I I t)
Plorida, wiiliiu >i\ calendar n
fn.m the dnti of th*. find publ 'atlon
hi-n-of, or the same will bi barr
Mil. I'l >S I-'. I.IN- H
HKKNI.I-: .1. 8HK8TACK
As Ex......tors of ih. ICetati
Morris Lum-h, deoeased.
i;. i"K.i:t n TR \ri;i;
Attorn, y
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Miami, Plorida, ...._.....
J/24
LEGAL NOTICE
;F. COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 70854-A
111 I! I:
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
. 'i-edltiirs and All l'i
i 'ii im^ r I emands A- ilm '
mate:
Von hi ii. i. i.y in.i Hi..l an.I ri 'iuii eel
to pri-si-nl any elalms nnil demand*
xvlili'h you ma) have against ih*- >-
tali' of PI i.i:i:.\.i-; I. I)K VRRoRN
i .! late ..f Dade County, Plor-
ida, to the County Judares of Dadi'
i'......ty, and fill- the same In dupli. iti
ao.l us provided in S.-.li..ii iSII.IH,
I mrldii rltatutes. In their 11 i- n
thi Count) i'..iirtlu.us.. in Dude I'li'in-
ty, Plot-Ida, within .-i\ enlendar
months from the time ..f the flrsi
I'.il.li ati'.n hereof, or the same uiil
lie I.......I
I'ai. .1 mi Miami. Plorida, tln> Jltli
dn.\ of June, A.D. 1960.
- V'lltCINIA I.KIC l-i.SN-Kl:
As Rxecutrlx
I"ii-1 publication of this nolle.....
the 22nd day of Jun. i:..;.
AltOXOVITZ, SILVKR & KCIIKII
Attorney for Rxeeutrlx
Bui Aliisle) Dtiildilm
6 JI T I -1".
LFC-AL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71I5I-C
In RK: K-lal.- of
iWIANIKI. IIANr.MA.N"
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor*: snd All I'
lliiviiiu 'lainis .a- i lemnnds Again*!
s.ii.l Kstat.
Y"ii are h.reby notified and required
i -.ni any t-lalm* and di man
..... ma) have iiaalnsi tin -
lati of i: M \Ni i:i. II VXTMAX. di -
.....I lute of I Inde Count). I'l- i-'=.
lo the Count) Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, an.I file the sanu In duplicate
.....I its provided In N i lion i III H
Plorldii Statutes, in their of fires In
the t'ouiil) Ciiuithouse in Dade Coun-
iv, Ploiida, iil\ six calendar inonthK
i:. in ili. Urn. of tin iii -i publication
or thi san will b. b rrel
I Hit. .1 al Miami. Il I Ida, this 1.1th
ila) of June, \ I' "
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As Adin -' itrl
Pli -: publication of this notli i on
ill!) ol June, 1'"'
UXSI.KK I". PKRDIK
\ 11 -i in ) for Administratrix
S Ii _'-.'" I
23t.*i S\V Le.li uni Road,
'oi ubi labli s, Plor da
__________n i't : i-*>-1.-.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 70805-B
In RK: Kstate ol
morris t:i .i.m:n.
D,ci
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i re lit. r* ami All I
1 la\ i'ti: < "la Ims or I mauds A
Said Kstnte:
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES CO'. ~r
IN AND r OR DADE COUNT.
FLORIDA. IN PROOATE
No. 71037-A
In RK
SAMI Kl, li. KAHX,
I '. I.N.Ml
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All -.,.;. I'ei '
I I.l \ MIU I 'i.l i'll, ..! I I- III.I Ull* \ '
Kslali
\".ai are liiTeb) notified nnd re-
quired i" i'i-.ni un) claims and
il. nianils vvhicb you ma) bave aaainHl
Hi. i-Htlite ..i SAMI i:i. II K \II.N
a lute "i I ...!. i'..uni.. Plorida,
to the I'ount) Judges ol Dadi County,
.....I file tin same in duplicate and ..i
provided in Section 733.16, Plorida
Maim..-, in their officer in the
Count) Courtliousi In Dade County,
Plorldii, within six calendar montha
ii-..in ili. tiiiu ..i ib.. flrwl publication
1.. li ..I. ... the sain, n i I be Lain 'I
Dated ,.i Miami. Plorida, ibis '.'tii
da) "i June, \.l>. I96H
SIIIRLKY P. KAHX
As Vdmln -i .."is '.T.A.
Plrsi imbliciitlon ,.i this .....i. i on
ihi l Tib da) ..I June, 1966,
CITLKH .v KPRtlXSOX
Attorney for Administratrix, C.T.A.
ilnsle) I'-i'i-.. Mi.uni. Pin
; 17-24 7 I -1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61958-A
In UK Bstnte of
ISAIK iRK SI'IK'iKU
Dec iis<..l,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
ANO FINAL DISCHARGE
Ni ITICK i- I" i li) iriveil that I
ha ve filed a" I nn i Ri |n >rl and I '
1 11 ii.in i-.'i an.I K i... I >i-
..- Admlnisi ra > i i \ >.i i he e*
late of ISADORK .M'I l> ; I :i.. .1.
i ami I bill ..n tile 19th nay ,,f
July, I960, "ill al'|.l> I" the Hon.
i 'ouni \ ., i ....."oui i
Ids foi Eipproval of said Pin il II
..ml foi dlstrlbui Ion nnd fin dis-
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Mian.,. Florida
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ANO FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71155-A
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NOTICE t-O CREDITORS
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IN THE ClRCL'iT COURT OF THE
ELEV : CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. 'N C-ANCERY
No S6C 6555
NOT'CE BY PUBLICATION
i'luili
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i 'omplalnt for I iv. :., i .i. n. i i
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rve a ;y of your a isw. r
t-i the Comiilalnl on the Plaintiff's
attorney, IJSSTKR Ri IKID*, u li" i
199 N.w. : Ith .-i" :. Ml-
.mi Plorida, and file Ihi
the A. m '- in thi Dfflc. i i
i.... i -I Judicial Circuit In
- i ,,i.> i '.unt\, Florid
the --ii day of Jul). .....
, which the Complaint will
t... .'.. i i onfi ->.'d by you.
. i:i this il~t day of Jun.-, 19".
h? B I.KA'rilKHMA.N
Clei k of th" Circuit Court
By C. I' l-ol'KI.ANI'
6/24 7/1-8-1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No S6C 3010
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MARY LOL'ISI I s S
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1AROL-D BENNETT
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OS-
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 6212
NOTICE OF SUIT
THE WILI.IAMSIH RQ
SAVIXiiS IIAXK
Plull '
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IN THE COUNTN JUDGE'S Cl T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNT-,
F LOR. DA. IN PROBATE
No. ":0B
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ESTHER I "osEN,
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NOTICE ~C CREDITORS
To Ml "i ..id All i' i
Having Cla Dti nnd* Sai ffistat.
V.ui are her. b I. 'I nnd
quire I to present claimn d
demands which I
the estate ol K I'osEN, da-
ceased late "f Di....."ounty, I
t,, the County Judg I >adi mty,
ami file i earn In .1 ipli. .. a I as
provided In s. 731 16 I la
Statu in iii. ''" ni'y
Courthouse In I d. '"iiniv. r
with n sin ontlis froi the
time of the first nubliration hi reof,
,.r thi -am. will he barred.
D.Lled at Miami, PI..rlda. this 9th
Of J ". A. I 1"
I.UCY IIANTMAN
\s Kxecntrlx
F this notice on
... ol June, 1966.
\i. -\' iv '' sii.vki: ... s. t IER
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NOTICE UNDER
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Pastrami
STORE-SLICED TO YOUR ORDER
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Smoked Sturgeon
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