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Friday, July 1. 1966
Segall choso an ice pink moygath-
el linen sheath with lace floral
appliques in a deeper shade of
pink encircling her scooped neck
line Miss Susan Bernstein was in
a raspberry-colored linen sheath
ul: eh was sleeveless and de
tailed at the waistl ne with well
iiii. Navj blue with a touch ul
white was worn In Mis Berrj
Clein
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CLAGLER Granada Jewish Cen
* ter held installation of offi-
ers ai I bo rd Saturday night at
he Centei The evenii bo nbin
it ds ind a late su
ith the formal installation hand
I'd .iinin Meyers
. Brenner) Meyers chose a
silk suit with a gold
nd turquoise bodice foi the oc
ision
: tiled as president was Da\
l Dorfman Mi Dot fman i
blue sheer voile with lot
leeves and a ruffled jabol
David Goldenbi
ted sheet dress f< ii ired a
Summer Rites
For S^nny Stone
M SI ol 3 22 \'E
announce the i ...
r i Sunn)
: ter ol the late Max
J rold In n h ki n,
' Mrs Aaron Chaiken.
. ith SI
ti nded North
until High and Miami-Dade Jun
le (e. Her fianc attended
e L'nivt rsity of Miami and I ni-
rsitj of Florida, and i- property
les mi nager ol Royal Palm
acli
Vn August wedding is planned.
summer multi-colored floral print
with a dipped cowl necHin
full sknt Mrs Benjamin Jonas
chose a beige woven brocade witn
a blouson bodice and sheath skirl
A white sleeveless suit with a
sheer long slec ed blouse m or-
ange and while was worn bj Mrs
11> Coverman I lei sleeves were
in the modified balloon silhou-
ette, and a lai .:e -.oil bow was al
her neckline.
uirs. Matthew Cohens white
crepe had a chiffon capelette
bodice Navy with assorted -
of dots in white was worn bj
Mrs Nathan Sedlik Mrs G<
lEIGE lace over -ilk illusion in
a skin colored lone was the
ination selected bj Mi s
.lack Gieenberg lie sheath li id
the strapless effeel created with
the illusion bodice Mrs Sam Hoi
di r's black -ilk shantun
a semi roled collar around the
deep V-neckline and cuffed three
quarter-length sleeves Powder
blue interwoven with silver lame
wa worn by Mrs Tom Fritch
Mis. Samuel Goldberg's black
silk crepe sheath featured
on each shoulder Blue,
and yellow on a background of
white combined in the pun: chos
en bj Mrs Bella M rein A geo-
metric print in cocoa and white
as worn by Mrs Alter I
ner Her two-piece suit had a
jewel neckline Mrs I'au! Strauss
ch i > a black velvet cocktail suit
1'ir the occasion, Moss green in
a two-piece dress with a waist
slumming overhlouse was worn
by Mis Lewis Dorfman
Mn Fred Stone wa- in a navy
silk crepe with while flared cuffs
on her long sleeves, Her belted
shift had a jewel neckline An A
line silhouette m black linen was
chosen bj Mrs. Ronald Jacobson
Her decollete neckline was
scooped, and the elbow length
parasol sleeve- were in white
linen with black polka do:- Mrs
Nathan Hockman's two puce navy
Knit was banded on the over-
all use w dh gold and emerald
green.

white -ilk jersej with an
** ombre gold print was worn
by Mrs Leo Drutz Her sheath
- b sj meti Icallj dr iped across
the bodice and hips Mrs. Meyer
Singer's o!d silk had a fitted
bodice and full skut A white
tucked suit with a touch of blue
chiffon at the neckline wa- see:',
on Mr-. Samuel Isaenberg
Mr- Bernard Cohen's black lin-
en wa- banded in white and had
short ruffled sleeves A white
crocheted-type lace cocktail suit
was the choice ol Mrs Anthony
An/alone a cream-colored sati
bow \> as at her net kline M i -
i'iii-e Murraj wore a white silk
dynast) brocade ensemble The
bodice of her sheath hi
tear drops and rhinestor.e. en
broidered into a bib motif and
her matching jacket was hip-
length
Clergymen Hail Israel
is God's Vow Fulfilled


Dorothea Wolf
Prospective Bride
Mr and Mrs. Carl Wolf. 7825
' espi Blvd have announced the
ajem.nt of their daughter,
I irothea 1! to Arnold C. Lip-k\.
Harbor Island. The future bride-
. mim i- the son of Mr and Mrs
cd Lipsky, ot Beaver Falls, Pa
Miss Woli is a '.-!aduate of Miami
i -ach Senior High and attended
e University of .Miami. She is
w a medical assistant.
Hit fiance attended the Cniver
- > of Miami and i- associated
v th Gull American Land Corp
Vice Chancellor to Israel
VIENNA (JTA) Austria's
^ ce Chancellor and Minister of
< immerce Bock anounced here he
II uo lo Israel to attend the
' -I Aviv International Fair.
NEW VORK (JTA s.
ventcen \\ u Vmk clet y
i ilii Proti
Jewish faiths joined lure in
celel the 18th anniversarj
Israel's independence, which
was formally proclaimed 18 y<
lyar 5 by endorsing a
famous, 75-year-old American
iment which had called for
the establish: ., :,; ,,( ., Jewish
state in Palestine. The clergymen
hailed the rebirth ol Israel a- the
lulfillmcnt of Cod's promise
Ainon the signers ol the state-
ment were Francis Cardinal Spell-
man. Roman Catholic archbishop
oi New Yoik; Dr. Dan Cotter, exe-
cutive director ot the Protestant
Council of New York: and Kabbi
Harold Gordon, executive vice
president of the New York Hoard
of Rabbis.
The old document which the
clergymen endorsed as a re-
minder of Israel's contemporary
s:.inifiance is known as "The
Blackstone Memorial." It was
presented to President Benjamin
Harrison in 1891 by William E.
Blacktone, a religious layman
and businessman of Chicago,
who, after visiting Palestine, ap-
pealed for "an international con-
ference to consider the condition
of the Israelites and their claim
to Palestine as their ancient
home." In 1916, the memorial
was presented at me White
House again, to President Wood-
row Wilson, and was said to have
inf.uenced Mr. Wilson in his en-
dorsement of the Balfour De-
claration a year later.
Sunday's statement wa- issued
bj the America-Israel Society, an
mterlaith body headed by Balti
more- Mayor Theodore R. Keldin,
former governor of Maryland The
17 spiritual leaders, citing the
Blackstone Memorial, declared:
The rebirth of Israel ha.- not
uily lifted the hearts of Jews all
over the world. It ha- also con
tributi l to a va-tly deep under-
standing of Judaism by Christians,
to a fraternal spirit and dialogue
between Jews and Christians, and
we are confident that doors will in
time be opined to mutually bene-
ficial l-'I'hou' relationships be-
tween the Israelis and the Arabs
a- well. Cod is using her (Israel]
once a^ain to send forth 'light
from Zion' to the nations of the
world."
Among the original signer- ol
Ihe Blackstone Memorial were the
chief Justice of the United States
Supreme Court in 18 nor of Massachusetts, the mayor
of New York. Congressman Wil-
liam McKinley. later to become
President of the United States, and
outstanding industrialists and mer-
chants like John D. Rockefeller
and John Wanamaker.
Gene Troop (left*, newly-elected president of the North Shore
Optimist Club of Miami Beach, is shown receivinq the gavel
of office from outgoing president, Sy Corak. at annual installa-
tion ceremonies held Friday night at Diplomat Country Club.
War Criminals
Living in Canada
Special year-end awards are presented to
'. lub leaders cf the North County YM
WHA at 14036 NE 6th Ave. Left to right are
Efraim H. Gale, executive director of the YM
ind WHA of Greater Miami, making the
ntations; Patti Harris, of Sigma Alpha
Senior Award, Best President A word,
Community Service Award; Sue Wool, Epsilon
Sigma, Best President Award, Best
i.ud Best Senior Award; Andi
man, Delta Lamda Pi. Best Pledge Award-
Barbara Hin V Outstanding Senior Award;
Bobbv Eases Most Improved Club Award and
Award. Standing (rear is Marvin
ipervisor at the North County
h. '
OTTAWA (JTA i The Cana-
dian Jewish Congress warned
Canadian Government officials
this week that known Nazi war
criminals were living in Canada
'unmolested and unpunished, with
all the advantages Of Canadian
citizenship obtained by misrepre-
sentation."
The charm- was made in a brief
submitted by a Canadian Jewish
Congress delegation, headed by
President Michael Garber, to a
group of Canadian Cabinet Minis
ters. The brief covered a wide
range of areas of concern to Cana-
dian Jews
The federal officials taking
part in the conference included
Finance Minister Mitchell Sharp,
Transport Minister John W.
Pickersgill, Indian Affairs and
Northern Affairs Minister Arthur
Cung, Labor Minister John R.
Nicolson, Fisheries Minister
Hederd Robichaud, Veterans Af-
fairs Minister Roger Teillet, and
Guy Ravreau, president of the
Queens Privy Council. Paul Mar-
tin, Secretary of State for Exter-
nal Affairs, was unable to attend
because of the press of official
business.
The briel asserted thai there
ri known Nazi murderers and
ssories in Canada, the I nited
ti -. the South American coun-
tries ai d Australia, a l tin i thai t
i ly thai thej will ever be
before anj courts for their
ous capital crimes
The brief noted thai it wa- the
cj of the Canadian Govern-
ment ol refusing to deport imml-
rrants or re idem- to face trial in
other countries in the absence of
extraditioi al l.-. islation The brief
added thai while that position was
legally "correct and justifiable,"
there was "something fundamen-
tal^ wrong for a civilized conn
try, with high and respected tra-
dition- ol justice, to allow known
murderers" lo live scntfrec in that
society
The Jewish leaders said that if
it was considered unwise to legii
late specifically for such cases,
and tini- radically change ana-
dian policy," then "surely the
hast that can be done is to de
prrve these killers and porpetra
i i- ni genocide of their Canadian
citizenship." The Government was
iirued to develop a policy on the
Issue "so that some form of jus
lice be applicable to deal with
these perpetrators of heinous
crimes."
The brief discussed various
proposals and recommendations
to deal legislatively with hate
propaganda and contended that
"in no democratic society must
free speech be the instrument
for self-destruction or for un-
bridled attacks of villification
and outrageous abuse." The Jew-
ish leaders urged that appropri-
ate legislation should be enact-
ed during the current session of
Parliament.
The brief urged Government re
on of a report recommending
curtailment of immigration of
(':" v latives, would allow them
apart from such relation-
ships
The brief also advised the offi-
cials lhal (he CJC was convet
n Ma) 29 in Montreal a coi -
the status ol .- >\ let Ji
ked thai Prime
ti i Pearson and Mr Martin do all
m their power, through >\
ircea to encoura e
easing oi the plight of Soviet
Jews.
The brief also urged that the
' anadian Government act to foe
t' the view, at all l.w-is of in
ternatione! diplomacy and at the
I nited Nations, that war crimes
and crime- against humanity "can
no time limitation as to pro-
..pii
-


1. 1966
* Jew ist> fhrffMam
Page 11-3
mge World Jewish Spiritual illiance
K> Special Report
IRK Chief Rabbi laser
parman of larael recent-
>r "a spiritual alliance
Berael and world Jewry.
ftr nirvival of the Jewish
Hirs throughout the vvoi Id
pi the powerful religious
Hch link Jewish commun-
lie another." he declared.
Jinu the annual national
the Union of Orthodox
Jbnyrcfjations of America.
Mbhi I nterman said that
Bgc between American and
rry must he baaed on the
id concepts of the Torah.
Inon faith constitutes the
ktal link between our Jew-
Stronger spiritual alliance
Israel and the Jewish
lities in the diaspora, the
ile religious leader point-
It, "would give greater co-
i and strength especially to
olated communities scat-
iroughout the world, re-
in higher religious sfan-
and intensified observance
Jewish religious law."
In expressing the hope that Is-
rael will continue to be a strong
outpost of irue freedom and dem-
ocracy in our periled times, the
Chief Rabbi concluded his address
b> calling upon "all statesmen and
political leaders to recognise thai
alliance and treaties concluded be-
tween nations cannot and will not
secure peace and prosperity as long
as these alliances and treaties are
not based on Ideals shared and
common moral concepts deeply
embedded into the very fabric of
human existence.
In the establishment of bends
of this nature lies the only hope for
our pain racked world. One of Is
reel's major contributions to hu
man progress will he to represent,
on the international scene, this
approach lo the problems of inter-
national conduct and cooperation."
Moses I Peuerstein, national
president of the synagogue body,
announced a world conference ol
Orthodox syna i to be held in
Jerusalem in the spring of next
year. "For five years," Peuerstein
staled, "we have been in con-taut
consultation with the rabbinic ai '
|of a
owledseable and dedicated
I leadership."
hief Rabbi hailed the fact
lany young people, born
td in America, who same to
[or a short stay were so at-'
by the spiritual atmosphere
loly Land and especially of
l*Oth, that they prolonged
lay for many years and.
eii return to the United
M'canie powerful forces in
rent renaissance of Torah i
|n this country."
Iren Receive
ling and Toys
|ne 22. Miami Beach Aux-;
Brian War Veterans, aeon
arty at the Foster Home,
Slat Ter.
lose Goldberg, child wel-
man. distributed clothing
to 40 children and 10'
then.
ttee members who as
e Mr. and Mrs Sol Leh
Ben Roebwarg and Mrs
reeniield. I
lay leaders of Israel and I he Euro-
pean Jewish communities Now,
these consultations have come to
the desired fruition. I deem it a
privilege to make this historic an
nouncement in the presence of the
Chief Rabbi.
"From this conference," the
Orthodox leader continued, "re-
ligious Jewry will emerge with
new authority and vigor, as it
faces the grave challenges of
rresent-day existence. American
Jewry is expected to give of its
strength to the smaller Jewish
communities. On the other hand,
we wilt derive immeasurable in-
spiration from the long establish-
ed traditions so deeply anchored
in the histories of the European
Jewish communities and especi-
ally of Israel. This sharing and
pooling of spiritual resources
will rebound to the benefit of
religious Jews everywhere."
Feuerstein presented the 1968
Kether Shem To\ (( rown ol the
Good N'anicl Ward to Lud
Jesselson, guest of honor ol the
function Ten outstan Una
gOgue leaders from various parts
"f ihe United Slates and Canada
received the UOJCA Presidents
Award, presented to them bj \.i
than K, Gross, national UOJCA
vice president. Recipients wen
Harold Berkowit/. of Fail-field
Conn.: Reuben Caplan, Baltimore.
Md.; William Glide, Richmond.
Va.; Irving Mendel, Lawrence.
NY.: Joseph A. Levi, Long Beach
NY.; Lawrence Nager, Atlanta.
Ga.; Moe Seidman. Cote St. Luc.
Quebec; Chester BUverman, Balti-
more. Md.: and Jess Ward and Sol
L Zavon, of New York City.
Rabbi Israel Miller, president of
the Rabbinical Council of America,
welcomed Chief Rabbi Unterman
in behalf of the over 000 member
rabbis of his organization. "The
lies between the Rabbinical (own
cil of America and the Chief Rah
binate of Israel," Rabbi Miller em-
phasized, "symbolize the oneness
Of the ideals and practices of th
Jewish faith community and the
spiritual bonds which link Jewish
communities the world ovei
"Philanthropy, investments and
tourism must rot be the orly
connections between American
Jewry and their fellow Jews in
Israel. More permanent and uni-
fying elements are the Torah
and the religious bonds which
know no international bound-
aries."
Rabbi Joseph Karasick nan., al
Vice president of the Orthoi >
Union, was chairman of the Eu
tion. Brief messages were also i
livered by Rabbi Dr. [8rae| I'oru-h,
of Sydney, Australia, and Mrs \a
than II Wadler, president of the
Women's Branch of the Orthodox
Union. Harold M. Jacobs, nalio ,il
UOJCA vice president, welcomed
the guests and introduced the i
nitaries on the dais.
Temple Plans
Summer Training
Bar and Bas Mitzvafa train
conducted bj Rabbi Mam ice Kl
al Temple Tifereth Jacob will c
tinue throughout the summer.
In addition, the Junior Ch
iii.v calli d the Cantorial ; lub, i
sently in progress, w ill < ontinui
hold sessions.
Kiirihi r fori ation can
Klein at thi I
em
n-
i

to
led iv th the cell
: 1i rsarj ol Is
! indepi chiel Rabbi
k'.an said thai "not onl) Jews
ll nations friendly to us re-
i this anniversary of Israel's
|nd< nee We musl understand
iliat happened in this tinj
where a free and demo-
state was established, hap-
by the miraculous interven-
id the Grace of the Almighty.
our volatile and turbulent
l:> years of stability and
r progress for a new Stale is
in Kit a veritable miracle. How-
fpolitical independence is not
mi total of Israel's national
Ion In Hebrew, the word
lauth.' independence, connotes
more than political sover-
This term is pregnant with
leaning of spiritual freedom."
lie Chief Rabbi expressed the
that "we shall be able to
ourselves from influence
se source is the desire to
te ways and practices of a
ign environment; that our
bs and our entire society
[become more steeped in the
fities of our tradition so as
bach and influence our breth-
[in the remotest corners of
sojourn. He added:
ke prevalence of the spirit
Lae spiritual values over all
ial interests and gain is fund-
Lai to the Jewish view. We are
as |he People of the Book,
lean Jews, blessed with an'
lance of material advantages,
the reciprocal opportunity
>lialion to utilize these ad-!
^V'-s to enrich their and the
p spiritual resources. We in
^ too. will greatly benefit by I
amber spirituality of American ,
_j I > the renaissance of Torah
in fc country, by the emerj;enci
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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Full Text
T eJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 39 Number 25
Miami, Florida. July 1. 1966
Two Sections Price 2(#
merican Jewish Comm. in NCRAC
OVER VOICE OF AMERICA
Faisal 'Explains'
Abusive Stand
\ On Jewish Enemy
BEHIND THE RUCKUS PACE S A
LEGISLATORS PROTEST PAGE 11-A
NEW YORK (JTA) King, Islam had always regarded itself
Faisal, of Saudi Arabia, who de-; as "a continuation of Judaism and
livered anti-Jewish remarks in Christianity,"
Washington last week, and was, asi
ri^
Goldman is Reelected
To New Term at Helm;
14-\ ear Absence Ends
jwv splits oven vitr disscnt page 2-4
SPEED* CIVIL RIGHTS ENACTMENT P4GE J-4
MIDtAST UNDERSTANDING PAGE S-A
AARON GOLDMAN
new term at chmirmaH
a result, snubbed by New York's '
Mayor Lindsay and Gov. Rockefel-
ler, made an effort this week toj
"clarify" his attitude.
In a statement for the Arab
, press, broadcast to Saudi Arabia
[through the facilities of the Voice
of America, which is owned and
operated by the United States Gov-
ernment, he said: "We are not
against the religion of the Jews,
but against the Zionists and the
ews who help the Zionists. '
A spokesman for the king also
quoted the monarch as counseling
the acceptance of those Jews who
bad made their home in Palestine
long before it became the inde
pendent nation of Israel in 1948.
Those Jews who were in Palestine 1
have a right to stay there, but the 1
Jews who came from outside are j
ntruders," the king was reported
to have asserted.
The spokesman then added that
Shukairy, Hussein Rift
Widens as Mufti Back
LONDON iJTAt -- Ahmed
Shukairy, chairman of the Palestine
Liberation Organization, which is
recruiting and training Arab ref-
ugees for war against Israel, has
called for the destruction of the
present regime in Jordan, accord
ing to a Beirut dispatch this week
to the Times of London
Shukairy's open call for the un-
seating of the Jordanian Govern-
ment, headed by King Hussein, was
a response to the King's recent an-
nouncement that he would ban the
1'Lo in his kingdom, and would
forbid Arab refugees to join the
PLO
Shazar Gets Top Honors
As Latin Tour Begins
MONTEVIDEO (JTA) After
a state visit to Uruguay that
started last Wednesday, during
which the most extraordinary
Government honors were paid to
him. Israel's President Zalman
Shazar left Monday for Chile, the
next stop on his six week-long Latin
American tour He was due to ar-
rive in Santiago de Chile Tuesday
afternoon.
In Chile, as he did in Uruguay,
the Israeli chief of state is to at
tend ceremonies at which the two
governments will sign an ai ree
ineiit for cooperation in the field
of the use of atomic energy for
peaceful purposes.
Mr. Shaiar will have spent al-
meit a wetk here, during which,
in addition to concluding the
nuclear pact, ha was given a
state dinner by Uruguayan Pres-
ident Alberto Heber, addressed
a joint session of the Uruguayan
Congress, met with the entire
Supreme Court of Uruguay, and
visited with leaders of the entire
Jewish community in this coun-
try.
Continued on Page 13-A
King Hussein at the same time,
proposed that all Arab refugees
be absorbed in the countries and
areas where they are now main-
tained Jordan, Syria, Lebanon
and the Gaza Strip.
The dispatch reported that King
Hussein had widened his breach
with the pro-Nasser forces in the
region His government issued an
order that Syrians wishing to enter;
Jordan must hereafter present 1
passports. Until now. Syrians could
enter Jordan by presenting Syrian
identity cards. As to Shukairy's
call for a revolt against the King,
official sources in Jordan said it
was "unworthy of comment."
Another Jordanian development,
which was seen as connected with
King Hussein's quarrel with the
PLO. was the reemergence in Am-
man of Haj Amin Husseini. the
former Grand Mufti of Jerusalem
The latter has been anti-Jewish
since World War II. when, amoni;
other moves, he went to Berlin to
confer with Hitler,
Amman announced that the
dormant "Arab Higher Commit-
mittee" has reestablished offices
in the Jordanian capital, headed
by the ex-Grand Mufti, in an ap-
parent move to split the Pales-
tine Arab refugees away from
Shukairy.
A mass meeting of about 1,000
persons in Amman was also re-
Continued on Page 10-A
By Special Report
WASHINGTON The American
Jewish Committee this week be-
came a member agency of the Na-
tional Community Relations Advis-
ory Council, raising the number of
national NCRAC affiliates to nine.
The number of local community
member agencies was increased to
79 with the admittance of the Jew-
ish Community Council of Tucson,
Ariz.
Announcement of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee's affili-
ation was made jointly by Philip
E. Hoffman of Newark, N.J..
chairman of its board of govern-
ors, and Aaron Goldman, of
Washington, the chairman if
NCRAC, during the Council's
annual plenary meeting here.
The Committee, which had been
a charter member of NCRAC,
withdrew in 1952 following a study
that recommended a division of
functions among the Council'*)
member agencies. The Committee
maintained that this would limit its
autonomy and freedom of action.
B'nai B'rith and its Anti-Defam-
ation League, which also withdrew
at that time, rejoined the Council
last year.
Hoffman, in a statement. 1
that the Committee's reaffiliat: :n
Continued on Page 8-A
POINTS TO UNEMPLOYMENT LEGISLATION
Johnson Greets Meeting
By Special Report
WASHINGTON President Johnson, in a White House
message to the plenary meeting of the National Community
Relations Advisory Council, said that legislation proposed by
the Administration and the acceleration of existing programs
will help combat unemployment, discrimination in housing and
education, and violence in the cities.
His message of greetings to some 250 delegates, read at a
June 23 session by Aaron Goldman, of Washington, NRAC chair-
man, said that legislation and programs of the past year have
Continued on Page B-A
IN TALKS WITH SOVIET LEADERS
DeG. Airs Mideast Security
JERUSALEM (JTA) French
President Charles de Gaulle stress-
ed the need for Big Power guaran-
tee of the territorial integrity of
the states In the Middle Bast, in
discussing the Near Last region
on his current visit to Moscow with
Leonid I. Brezhnev, general sec-
retary of the Soviet Communist
Party it was reported here The
report, broadcast here over KoL
Israel. Israel's governmenH>wned
radio network, came from the net-
work's correspondent who is a
member ol the news corps that ac-
companied President de Gaulle to
Moscow.
During one of their talks in Mos-
cow, the Kol Israel correspondent
reported. Mr. Brezhnev told Pres-
ident de Gaulle that the Soviet
Union maintains good relations
with the countries in the Middle
East, and wants peace in the area.
Gen. de Gaulle then said that
France also has good relations
with the countries in the Middle
East, mentioning Israel specifi-
cail) among the states in that re-
gion.
The French leader then stress-
ed the need for maintaining the
territorial status quo in the Mid-
dle East. France, along with the
Continued on Page 9-A
H
Need More Reform,
Rabbinic Confab Told
P10 Vlll CONG TlfS TLAYtD PAGE 6-4
TORONTO 1 JTAi Rabbi
Maurice Kiscndratli. president of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, urged his Reform
colleagues "to be candid enough
to confess thai a new. more revolu-
tioiiars Reform Judaism is need
ed" and that "otherwise, we arc
fro/en in a neo t Irthodow
lie spoke before the nun
delegates to the 77th convention
of the Central Conference oi Amer-
ican Rabbis which closed hen- Sun
lay with the reelection of Rabbi
Jacob Weinstein as president He
deplored that Reform rabbis, "once
aflame with the fiery passion of
Isaiah, are now concerned with
how best to observe Hamisha Aser
B'Shvat in January, or how fre-
quently to introduce Yiskor in scr-
vices or to cling tenaciously to the Mf( JACQB mm
Continued on Pae 11-A ree/ectee' president
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Fnge 2-A
^Jenist florkfiann
Friday. July I. 1965
JWV Splits Over Viet Stand
WASHINGTON (.1TA)
I'he plenary session of the Na-
tional Community Relations Ad
\ isory Council, contra! advisory
l.ody of eight national Jewish
rganizations and 78 local Jew-
ish councils, was split here over
revolution concerning the Viet
Nam war, and expressing fear
that the riyht of protest and
distent i.s threatened.
The resolution was presented
at a meeting of the four-day
NCRAC session, attended by
250 delegates from all parts of
the country It was vetoed by
the Jewish War Veterans of
America, one of the eight na-
tional organisations affiliated
with the NCRAC
The resolution vetoed by the
JWV said in part: "We deplore
all action which threatens ex-
pression of dissent in connec-
tion with U.S. foreign policy,
particularly in the case of the
Viet Nam war; or to discredit
such expressions by the propa
gandistic association of dissent
with the most bizarre, disreput-
able, or unpatriotic elements in
society. Such action threatens
to recreate the hysteria of the
McCarthy period, which hap-
pily we overcame '" The resolu-
tion cited President Johnson s
recent comments supporting the-
right to dissent as the "life
breath of democrat v "
in a statement of its position
against the proposed NCRAC
resolution, the Jewish War Vet-,
erans said they strongly dis-
agree with any statement of;
Jewish organizations that al-
leges the existence of a so-called
spirit of McCarthyism is abroad
in our land, allegedly inhibiting1
the exercise of the right of pro-
teat and dissent. Our Govern-
ment, like any American, is en-
titled to the presumption of in-
nocence until proven guilty:
critics of our Viet Nam policy
should debate the issue on its
merits, and should not cry foul
when the debate becomes heat-
ed on both sides, so long as
there are no acts of repression
or retaliation "
^CRAC Behind Viet Dissent Right
By Special Report
\ VSHINGTON Seven nation-
Jewish organizations joined in a
statement supporting the right of
Sen1 from American policy in
\ i' Nam.
Their declaration took no posi-
tion on the current Viel Nam Pol-
and noted that "in this period
crisis opposing views on basic
sues of war and pence are more
eely being expressed" than in
< mparablc war-time periods.
But it expressed concern with
Senior Citizens
Medical Program
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall has in-
formed the Senior Citizens Asso-
ciation of Miami Beach that Fed-
eral funds "will be available
around the first week in July" for
the Medicare progi
.Mrs. Lena .Mintzes founder of
association, re]
meeting of I
that, following Maj >r Hall an-
nouncement, the Beach Senior
izens group will recrui
lysician and nut spa .
ith to be available b
-i week of Sept n
Mrs. Mintzes said thai under the
"ciation's projected program,
This will make i; !>)--: ; .. -
10 patients a day to be examined.
"all action which threatens ex-
pression of dissent in connection
with U.S. foreign policy, partic-
ularly in the case of the Viet
Nam war; or to discredit such
expressions by the propagan-
dists association of dissent with
the most bizarre, disreputable
or unpatriotic elements in soci-
ety."
"Such action.' the Jewish croups
said, "threatens t<> recreate the
hysteria of the McCarthy period,
which happily we overcame."
The statement added:
"In times of crisis when emo-
tions may suffocate rational con-
sideration of vital issues and dis-
sent is viewed with suspicion, dis-
sent is most necessary for the
decision-making process of a dem-
ocracy. In its absence the nation
suffers by the failure to subject
pressing issues to close examina-
tion and through the creation of
conditions which threaten basic
freedoms and values
The joint declaration quoted
approvingly a statement by
President Johnson that "no
American, young or old, must
ever be denied the right to dis-
sent. No minority must be muz-
zled. Opinion and protest are
the life breath of democracy
even when it blows heavy."
The seven or.
th( Amer-
ican Jewish Congress. B'nai B'rith
and its Anti Defamation League.
the Jewish Labor Committee, the
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en, the I'nion of American Hebrew
Congregations (Reformi. the Union
on Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America and the United Syna
gogue of America Conservative)
Thirty one local Jewish commun-
ity relations councils also joined
in the declaration
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Urge Speedy Civil Rights Enactment
"moving too slowly, offering I >>
little, too late."
The effect, they said, has been
"Unpunished assaults" against
persons actively seeking to se-
cure the rights to Negroes "are
n assault against the principles
of equal protection," the dele-
gates, meeting at the Washington
Hilton Hotel, said in a policy
declaration, one of several on in-
tergroup problems adopted as
action guides for local Jewish
communities.
The proposal to compensate in-
By Special Report
WASHINGTON Speedy en-
actment of the civil richts bill now
before Congress, including four
umendments to strengthen the leg-
station proposed by the Adminis-
tration, was called for here at the
lt-nary session of the National
community Relations Advisory
I Council.
The 250 delegates, representing
right national Jewish organizations
l.nd 78 local Jewish community noccnt victims of violence also
ouncils, strongly endorsed an recommends that the Federal gov-
m.ndment providing for indem- eminent have the light to sue an
Uification by the Federal govern-1 offender, including a state or local
icnt to Negroes and civil rights government where law enforce-,
workers who suffer physical injury ment has broken down.
| n the civil rights struggle. Other amendments favored^by
Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith Schedules
Ninth Annual Patriotic Rally Saturday
a "progressive polarization of
Negro and white positions" that
threatens not only to erupt into
further violence "but rebellion
against the social order by some
segments of Negro groups."
To avert this, the NCRAC im-m-
the NCRAC participants would in-1 if he remains economically or so-
clude municipal and state employ- cially disadvantaged.
ees under the equal employment -The justice to which American!
opportunity provisions of existing Negroes are entitled as right .1
civil rights laws; provide for en-1 can be accorded them only through
forcement by an administrative fundamental and drastic changes
agency of the provisions in the' in the economic and social organ-
pending bill outlawing discrimina-; ization of our society," the NCRAC bers called lor a stronger "coali-
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intervention of jury commission-; They expressed concern over "a' the commitment to justice and
widening gap" between white per- equality for all and the conviction
sons who maintain Negroes "are \ that their attainment is feasible
pressing too hard" and Negroes under the law and within the
who view the social revolution as American system."
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The event is co-sponsored as a
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not correct injustices to the Negro
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Volume 39
Number 25
King Faisal Refuses
To Become Ruffled
King Faisal was too uppity to
t-e angry either with Mayor Lindsay
or Gov. Rockefeller, of New York,
ioi cancelling out any red carpet
treatment they may have had plan-
x.ed in his honor on his arrival from
"Washington and talks with President
Johnson there.
After all, what did His Royal
Highness say? He merely declared
war on all Jews, and on the eve of
his visit to a city containing the larg-
est concentration of Jews anywhere
in tre world. Was Faisal's comment
about Jews really offensive? The
King didn't think so. What else could
he do than tell the truth?
Since Jews are for Israel, they are
all necessarily Arab enemies.
To conclude that the Saudi-Arab-
ian monarch's observation was only
on accident would be naive in the
extreme- the timing of it suggests he
know very well indeed precisely
..a: he said. Furthermore, where
he said it was calculated to com-
pound the incendiary effect he en-
tcipated: at a pres= conference in Washington.
" out the only regil thing i i the whole
..: was Faisal's alleged refusal to be ruffied
re State's rebuff. And ever, this :.
e had political overtones. The King's prede-
cesi his hall-brother Scud he de-
ed in 1964, pulled the same stunt back in
2957 Again New York r< ;. this time
th President Eisenhower s making some
cngry comment about the New Yorkers' ill-
jnannered temperament, while ignoring Scud's
-.:. undiplomatic behavior.
Perhaps Faisal basks in the contrast. Saud
left the Saudi throne in near bankruptcy. Faisal
projecting his own image today as a re-
rormer, a man motivated by genuine concern
for his people, particularly if one is to believe
the propagandists build-up of him in Time
Magazine of last week. To conform to the
.mage, Faisal has added a new wrinkle: he is
not anti-Lsrael, and he is not anti-Semitic. He
jb merely anti-those-Jews-in-support-of-Israeli-
expansionist-policies. As for reformers, double-
talking or otherwise, they never get ruffled.
And proclaim
liberty Hire t'fl-
out toe tend..
UV177US
K>: as
A THOUGHT TOR, JULY 4ib
No wonder Sen. Edwcrd Kennedy declared
in Washington the other day that it is
pati] li v th United States policy and with the
fundamental concept of the Unite.; to
supply my v^ay to members of an a:::.
whose purpose :s to v.n.-K against an
nation o: the United Nations."
By this, the Senator of course meant ..
ch Shukairy s Palestine Libeiation (
iaation hopes to destroy. He might also ..
Soath Viet Nam, whr.se enemies n^w :
Arab refugees fighting in the Viet Cong ranks
against them.
Arabs Among Viet Cong
Ahmed Shukairy's open boast that the "Pal-
estine Liberation Organization" he heads in-
cludes Arab refugee recruits going off to fight
with Viet Cong guerillas rightly cngers Wash-
"on.
For one thing, the HHJ r.cs :ts roots in the
rat-infested United Nation? Relief end Works
.: :;er.cy rat-infested because UNRWA apolo-
gists have for years beer, holding the line
against a full-panoplied examination of aid
c the Arab refuaees in terms of precisely who
gets precisely what.
Hence, it has been a matter of firm record
:.-jcrt ration cards issued to persons long since
dead are still in circulation. It is also a matter
cf record that our own government contributes
some seventy percent of the annual UNRWA
budget.
As George Abrams, staff director of the Sen-
cte subcommittee that recently conducted a sur-
vey in Arab countries of UNRWA aid, sees it.
not the least of the ineguities and downright
cishonesiy in the program is that 200.000 ration
cards in Jordan of some 558.327 refugees there
have been passed on to Jordan merchants and
rs who use these cards improperly.
A sobering thcuaht to us taxpayers .s that
"eUN agency was en :50, the
V-. -;s has cor.- ;0
the ages
An Understanding Judge
Municipal Court Judae Floyd Talbolt. cf
Berkeley. Calif., is an understanding officer of
the court. When he sentenced Lynda Koolish
to 30 days' probation, he showed that he felt
for a 19-year-old coed's heart to its deepest
recesses.
Miss Koolish. to put it sguarely, kicked Sib-
ley S. Seamon precisely where he sits down.
At the moment, clad in a Nazi uniform. Mr.
Seamon was in the process of delivering an
anti-Semitic tirade.
Judge Talbott found it difficult to deal with
Miss Koolish's "uncontrollable impulse," which
she said seized her foot and raised it to its
unseemly target. While the Judge refused to
divcrce Miss Koolish from her impure, he
shewed the judicial restraint the defendant,
hersei! might better have shown in order to
avoid litigation. A lav kerisakn ker.
But Judge Taibott understood, in the end.
Independence Day Monday
The nation celebrates Independence Day
on Monday. July 4 is the most awe-inspiring
occasion of all our country's observances.
On that day, we mark America's emergence
as a free people. We think back to the remark-
able time when so many great leaders lived
all at once to brinq us forth by heroic deeds
of social philosophy and military bravery into
a democratic way of life: a government as
a future and revered President would later call
it of. by. and for the people.
, '' -- cherish our country's birthday on
4. he: America shine as an example I
id independence In I
-fcr' iise and to emulate.
(he week
. as i see it
by 110 MINDLIN
A popular Mtaaj
during (he week .SSr&
O heard the No. l hit tastT
the day. I've yet to digest
art; I'm a slow starter In jl
things. He inristed I uoqUi
interested. Since he emnJ
sized the point. I as.surnu|
must be right and pronui
...m to come to the studio ;>
it. Somehow. 1 failed to
around to my promise. He phoned again several weeks later (.nil.
Mozart, the tune was no longer No. 1, but still going strong, ant *k3
he wanted to know, had 1 been Excuses followed, plus an uultaj
for him to drop by on a Sunday morning. He did. 1 wound up i
trusty victrola. sat back to listen and was horrified
"See?'' he said I agreed I did. It certainly posed a dilemma. J
particularly for a disc jockey with a social conscience. As a touuiaj
head of musical fashion in the community, he might mereb Se aj
pensing a barrel of 45 rpm fun On the other hand, it was conceitd
that, in playing the record, he might also be offering his lUtenajJ
vicious anli Semitic caricature in not very subtle disguia
"Tell me." he said, what you think If you feel it
I'll take it olf the air no matter how popular it is." Th"rel
however, a ring of hope in his voice that I would agree it was
but good, clean, wholesome humor. His intentions, obvioi
clearly the best: his sensibilities told him there was somethii mobi
and he wanted me to allay his conscience
I agreed it was gross l said it was crude and vulga
forever disturbed by the self-appointed guardians ol coi I
ity by citiz< ns' committees constituted to filter and pa: |
literature their neighbors should read or what movies Ihi I
see Even if I were not here self appointed, the prospect H ; aiu|
judgment was one I preferred to avoid
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THE BALLAD A PKICIPI1A1E Of ENNUI
"IT'S NOT THAT BAD," I declared somewhat halt,'
was had enough I am referring, of coins*', to tht Ball.,
Ing, a tune that is part of a larger phonograph record entitle
You're in Love the Whole World is Jewish" Produced bj B
and George Foster, it is on the Kapp Records label Book.:
widely known for his Vaughn Meader comedy record on I
Kennedy that might have made him millions, it was doin
at the time ol the President s assassination, and that simi
from the market a- .. consequence ol Booker's good sense
when the nation found itsell plunged into mourning Mtllioi
one couldn't continue to satirize a martyr, no matter h
intentioned the fun.
"Ballad i Irvii g lays no such claim either t< sens*
It is the commercial end product ol a growing interest
cultural expression launched on the tide of Mm.on. Aleichcn
in New York perhaps a decadi ago strengthened b> th<
upp) ol iterar; > good and bad, ai d ri aching
point in the successful works of Americans of Jewish faith
" ud rt'eiaman Koth, Millei.....a now even tin iuiui-
i ... c Ba ihevis Singer
II i I an novels ll is Broadway, wit ... 2nd
Majority oi om and Fiddli Kooi It is tha grown
" i ns in Anteiic i
lascm i on i to battle the frontier
nar "'',: .un h .
a hen ther expressions of interest suggested a
with the new J< ish ex n :.. e b
bauao oi imi
' it i a i ion in lecogi itn
i e. am gnt vn u oi his muai
mii \ ivai and a i e.
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the record i> the actual outgrowth of another ei i < dj product**
"You Don't Have to be Jewish, featuring a series oi skiU m
Jewish loibies. mythological excellence, tne bungling Jewish ambitiai
to ape his nughbor lhat always winds up besting him tan ampiiCUt
tion on the mythological Jewish excellence), and his capaciU to oral
inatc and sutler conuscating self-criticism. Star ot the producti >n i>
Frank Gallop, erstwhile stentorian toned radio and television >>mboll
oi an American lile insurance company. What, in itself, can be inonl
amusing than to hear this judenrein soul, replete with inia.nwl
bowler, striped coat and spats, a regal Adolph Menjou. dealing
racial unconscious of the Jewish "Weltanschauung "?
"You Don't Have to be Jewish" at least concerned itself "*|
issues that are recognizable. "The Ballad of Irrving." in the seci*:!
production, which also features Gallop, does not Irving is a cowjxtftj
according to the song, the 142nd fastest gun in the west who. attachrf|
to the psyche of his mothers memory, travels the prairie and ;>:..:
with two sets of dishes. Gallop comes down hard on Irving: I
fat Irving is dumb Irving is dumb, dumb And at each prot
ment, a synthetic audienci rocked by what one supposedly i
is ('.it-kill Mountain-variety mirth and laughter bursts Info
able (its orous n In the ei l lr gui I
' in front of tl m, Ton bsl
the hili coming it fan ,han fun. i I
ah, Irvings sign ol I ft office, a Mogen David and i
':"'": gamut such witticisms Irving is not onlj i -
coward Whal makes it all unbelievable as comedy is :
k Gallop's monolithic delivery: the viclousness of his obsent
tions, the awesomely frightening suggestion that h. means what
is saying, not only about Inlng. hut about Jews generally
*
CKAWUNG BACK INTO THf BOCKS
IRVING IS NOT the anti-hero In "You Don't Have to be Jewish."
the Israeli secret agent 007 is a believable anti-hero because *
prevails despite his vintage Studehaker. his fantastic and othrwi*
fatal errors as a spy, the projection of his inevitable Jewish failu"
to bring off the diplomatic intrigue in which he is engaged DospW
all this. Israeli secret agent 007 prevails he prevails because *
h's mothers classic concern for what he eats and other such quaW
alliances
But Irving fails He fails because the sodologic ethos ha< mrnel
round Now it i thi Gi nl li u i has be. ith the '[i
ty"'of Jewish "i ess" in tl .. ion'-' con- c^
entile ai ei on denied the .' w as his pro in*
Th equeno ti-Semitisn Frank Gall c not
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icy. July I. 1366
vJewist fh>ridfiani
Pcrge5-A
behind Ruckus Over Faisal
n .. YORK (JTA) Mayor
r V. Lindsay canceled an of fi-
ner and reception for King
; of Saudi Arabia after an
liarc he of [frdtests fell on New
it-: City H: ifl reaction to the
i ant! -Jewish and ariti-l.srae!
n.;- i at a press conference in
| | tor.
Tht Mayor ateted after hours of
>n-;vc (H&tsions hetwetn city
- and the State Department.
[ju ng a iported meeting in
i-h gton Between the Mayor
51 cretarv of State Rusk, who
1: the Mayor DOt to cancel the
|em Mich government sources
l the lite House as anx-
hs t bout a possible affront to
it narcfa
Ge Rocke'a jr canceled plans
lor a rout.-* caurtesv call on
the -"ing a h New York hotel
>oi:t New V :-< City Hall was
11/rcated S. -.ndreds of tele-
|rar's and sVnone calls, most
f --em $'-- protesting the
)la--ed ho-.- for King Faisal.
refugees." He stated that "the
Jews had been guilty of violation
01 every human right" of the
Arabs in Palestine and had denied
them "the right oi a person to his
>.\i\ ho.ne.
Virtually every Jewish organ-
ization protested those remarks
and praised Mayor Lindsay for
>-nr-"!ion of the planned hon-
or. They included the National
Community Relations Advisory
Council, the American Jewish
Committee, the Anti-Defamation
< ,ia >e of B'nai B'rith, the
American Zionist Council, Ha-
dassah, the Zionist Organization
of America and o'hers.
The organizations denounced the
King for abusing the hospitality of
the United States Government by
publicly maligning American Jew-
ish citizens.
They deplored his support of the
Arab boycott against American
business, a program formally crit-
icized by the United States Gov-
ernment and pointed out that in
assailing American Jews for sup-
porting Israel, he was inferentially
criticizing the United States They
declared that such remarks came
with ill grace from a visitor receiv-
ing the hospitality of the United
States
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Jnior on "deeecalating" the arms
rai the Middle East.
11 proposal, urging the United
State- to take the initiative in pro-
noting bilateral discussions to end
^hiprrtnt of arms and war mater-
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MU ade in 1 policy declaration
. ;.d at the plenary meeting of
tie National Community Relations
sdviai r>' Council
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|boc. of eight national Jewish
rganizations and 78 local com-
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than 2S0 Jewish community lead-
irs participated in the ses-
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tetel.
The Councils declaration, noting
iiat 1 e Soviet Union initiated and
las si -tained the arms race in the
lido.' East, endorsed the present
^ an policy of providing mil-
tai\ issistance to counteract the
low Soviet arms to the area. It
|rge that the Administration
front.-ue to guard against any
,hift in the arms balance. This
lii the delegates said, "has
rk< to detL'r aggression and to
iresere the opportunities for
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Friday. July
1966
Reform Rabbis Hit PLO Cong Ties
ORONTO JTAl The
s terican Ri-form rabbinate con-
demned here Vie) Cong collabora-
n with the Palestine Liberation
I ganizatioil army and assailed
I s Viet Con- activity "calculated
ti impair the security of the State
Israel and endanger peace in
I he Middle Fast '
That stand was expressed in a
resolution approved by delegates
t" the 77th annual convention of
the Central Conferenec of Ameri
can Rabbis, the Reform rabbinical
organization. The rabbis in effect
denied there was any conflict be-
tween their criticism of Viet Cong
c>ll.nhoration with the PLO in anti-
Israel plans and the CCAR insist-
ence that the United States nego-
1 i. with the Viel Cong's National
Liberation Front to end the Viet
N in vv ar.
The resolution said the CCAR
and for such negotiations "does
rot deter us from evpressing our
concern over hostile pronounce-
- ents against the State of Israel
ty NFL leaders and over a re-
cent disclosure that some Pal-
re Liberation army personnel
s-e to be trained in (Communist)
China for possible action in Viet
Nar-^
. I e "abbis also criticized "the
est aiation of military preparations
| the Middle East' and praised
the persist!'in desire' of the Is-
Government t<> talk peace.
In another resolution, the Re-
t- in rabbis condemned discrimina-
ti n against Judaism and the Jew-
ish culture in the Soviet Union and
other abuses against Jews They
voiced hope for a "liberalized'
Soviet policy toward emigration of
lews and for steps to make possible
"meaningful liwish religious and
cultural life."
They expressed concern about
indications of resurgence of "far-
right and neo-Nazi type parties" in
West Germany and anti-Semitic
sentiments in the recent Austrian
' election campaign. They urged the
Austrian Government to take "ef ,
feetive measures" against "the
barbaric cliches of anti-Semitism."
The rabbis declared their oppo-
sition to the constitutional amend-
ment being pushed by Sen. Everett j
Dirksen, the Senate minority lead-
er, to allow prayers in public
schools. They also criticized fed-
eral and state education grants to
non-public religious schools as
threatening a breach of the slate
church separation principle
The convention also reaffirmed
the Reform rabbinate's insistence
that the liuied States act for a
quick end to it^ participation in
the Viet Nam war; assailed "the
increasing!) totalitarian and re
pressive measun s with which the
Government of South Africa seems
lo enforce it8 p lllcy Of apartheid:''
urged sirpport of a federal bill to
authorize the federal government
to dispense birth control informa-
tion and services as -essential in
the war against poverty;" and call-
ed for strengthening of the pro-
posed 1966 Civil Rights Act to
provide action in civil rights viola-
tions "by a federal administrative
agency" and "civil indemi
tion for victims of civil rights
\ iolence
In his presidential address,
Rabbi Jacob J. Weinstein, of
Chicago, told the delegates that
part of the blame for the grow-
ing escalation of the Viet Nam
war should be placed on relig-
ious groups which have "failed"
to move their peace drives to the
phase of molding public opinion.
He also told his colleagues they
must come to grips with "religion
in our time" and make their min-
istries and synagogues 'relevant in
the secular city." He urged "a ma
j jor transformation" from the "gra
eious pastoral and village context
of the biblical God to the urban
context" where the spiritual lead-
ers must confront such issues as
the challenge of the "God is Dead"
theologians, the probing of modern
youth, the revolution of automa-
tion, and such specific issues as
urban renewal, anti-povert> ami
civil rights
The convention heard a report
thai 30 percent of all Refori rah
In- in the United Sti t< polled on
the sentiments of their converts to
Judaism replied thai the converts
ha\e been assets to Jewish
The report said pamphlets vveie
being prepared, one by Rabbi Ber
nard Bamberger of New York, for
the non-Jews seeking a faith, and
one by Rabhi Robert Kahn for the
unaffiliated Jew. A pamphlet has
been completed by Rabbi David
If. Eichhorn of New York to in
terpret to the Jewish laity the
reasons for seeking converts
The report said the mission is
not only for converts to Reform
Judaism. If applicants are found
more suitable for Orthodoxy or
WoEfscn Lodge
New F!a. BB Unit
E Ubi rt Pallot, of Miami, in-
B'rith, as princij an
installation banquet ei tablishing a
new B'nai B'rith Lodge in Fli i ida
lie conducted the charter pre
- ntati in fi r the new Samuel vs
Wolf-on I.i.;.. on June 25, a' the
Strickland Town lien-" in Jackson-
ville, and talked on "A Century of
Community Service."
The lodge D88 been named for
the brothers of Louis Wolfs, m
noted PTorida financier and spoils
man, "in recognition of the fam
ily's extensive philanthropies in
support of humanitarian causes."
Robert L Roth, of Jacksonville,
was installed as first president of
the Wolfson Lodge, the 41st to be
established in Florida.
rvatism. thej will be referred
to tho I i hes Circumcision
for male applicants over 21 will
not be required in the Reform
program.
Rabbi Maurice Zigmund, of Bos-
ton, told the convention he was
pessimistic about Jewish youth on
I he campus Despite present-day
cordiality and cooperation toward
Judaism, most Jewish students
have no such interests and identi-
fication with Judaism is seldom
considered as "a serious opinion,"
he said.
Concerning intermarriage, tho
rabbi said that as long at Jews
consider a college education es-
sential and as long as the cam-
pus is an open society, boy will
meet girl and girl will meet boy
and marriage can occur, "regard-
less of background, commitment
or solemn promise."
lie said American Jewrj was
not winning an> large number ol
thi college generation to serious
commitment and that "our youn !
people are Jewish illite
feel Judaism has nothing lo saj
to them in the modern woi Id Th
sad thing is the> do not e\en ask
He said an integrated attack b\ all
elements of the COmmunitj
neceasarj "and at an .
He irged Jewish youth
Israel to find stimulation
Man Sapirstein, ol
N Y son of CCAR .
Harvard graduate, said Jewu
students were repelled by u-.'
'middle class vulgarity" of their
society However, he sal I univ
sity chairs of Jewish studies ,:
attract men of top academic talih.
who can draw Jewish student!
an understanding of their faith
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Fii JNF Will Dedicate
JFK Memorial on 4th
Temple Menorah graduating class, pictured
with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, receive their
certificates at the Bureau of Jewish Education
graduation. The class was honored by the
congregation at regular Sabbath morning
seivices recently. Left to right are Rabbi
Abramowitz. Debbie Alper. Janet Kratzer.
Andrew Rubel, Frank Tamen and Sharon
Steckler.
AJCommittee Joins NCR AC
Continued from Pag* 1 A
was made possible through mutual
accommodation of the Committee's
and XCRAC's policies during a
series of negotiations.
"NCRAC's present policies pro-
vide for fruitful consultation while
assuring the autonomy of each of
its member agencies," he said. "We
look forward to participating in the
consultative process of NCRAC and
Johnson Greets Conference
Continued from Pas* t-A
had a "heartening impact" in guaranteeing opportunity and
justice to every American, but "blemishes remain on the nation"s
conscience."
"Unemployment frustrates the wants of far too many non-
white and teen-aged citizens," the President declared. "Discrim-
ination impedes access to equal education and housing in too
many parts of the country."
He added: "There have been senseless crimes against civil
rights advocates and members of minority groups. There have
been violent outbreaks in our cities.
"The passage of new legislation which this Administration
has proposed plus the acceleration of existing programs
will help combat these evils.
"But ultimately," Johnson declared, "the commitment and
the patient, practical efforts of Americans such as you will
determine whether we are to move into a new era of genuine
belief in the God-given rights and dignity of all men."
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the Judean mountains on ;i site
overlooking Jerusalem.
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the Holy City arc Supreme Court
Justice Earl Warren and President
f the Jewish National Fund Mer-
man L. Weisman. Accompanying
them are the vice presidents of
the Jewish National Fund. Harold
w. Carmely, Julliet N. Benjamin.
Pearl Plesser. and JNF" honorary
secretary, Mendel N. Fisher
Taking leading role in the
pilgrimage art Jacob Goodman,
JNF treasurer, Clara Left and
Jesse Eisen, associate treasurers,
and Meyer Pesin, chairman of the
JNF Foundation.
The 500 participants in the de-
dication exercises, coming from all
parts of the United States, will
hear addresses from Supreme
Court Justice Warren. Israel Prime
Minister Levi. Esnkol, Mayor
Teddy Kollek of Jerusalem. Keren
by Morris B. Abrams. its president; Kayemeth Chairman Jacob Tsur,
Richard Maas. chairman of its for-, Dr Milton Aron national director
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Minister F.shkol. formei
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mittee's reaffiliation "a most
welcome and gratifying asset to
cooperative endeavors among
independent Jewish organiia-
tions as vital to the attainment
of the most effective kind of
human relations work."
The Committee was represented
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from its president. Har. Ross-
man. on Friday evening July 4
The forum, which met- --very
second Friday of the mont it 8:30
p.m., in Washington Fede ... 1234 I
Washington Ave.. plans t> .ontin-
ue its program through .! the I
summer.
ident. and Mr. Hoffman in the I
negotiations with NCRAC that led j
to its reaffiliation.
NCRAC negotiators, in addition
to Mr. Goldman, were Isaiah M.
Minkoff. executive vice chairman'
of the Council; Rabbi Maurice N.
Eisendrath. president of the Union
of American Hebrew Congre^a
tions; Julian Freeman, of Indian
apolis, a former vice chairman of
the Council; Irving Kane, of Cleve-
land, and Lewis T. Weinstein, of!
Boston, former NCRAC chairman; i
Dr. William A. Wexler. president
ot B'nai B'rith; and Judge Jacob
T. Zukerman. of the Jewish Labor
Committee.
Judge Isaac Pacht. of Los An-
geles, was elected a vice chairman
of the Council at its closing ses-
sion Reelected vice chairmen
were Jordan ('. Band, of Cleve-
land; Robert K Greenfield, of
Philadelphia; C. E Israel, of Cin-
cinnati; and Dr. I-ou II. Silberman.
ol Nashville.
Lewis D Cole, of Louisville, was
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i. of Indianapolis, was re-
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Isaiah M. Minkoff was reelected
executive vice chairman, a post he
has occupied for 22 years.
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-JewistifkrXtia*!
^Gaulle Airs Mideast With Soviets
;sntinued from Vage 1-A
kted States and Britain, is a
fner to the Tripartite De-
IrvNon for the guarantee of
Middle East borders, issued
Mia three powers in 1950. Is-
, $ Ambassador to Paris, Wal-
Ey'an, was understood to
> reqi;Jsted in a visit to the
ench Foieign Minister, Mau-
(e Couve de Murville, a week
that President de Gaulle
jise the point of including the
5SR in the 1950 Declaration.
rhav, orc.an of Achdul
Avodab, the party that entered in-
to a political alignment last year
with the dominant Mapai Party,
rted lodaj thai Prime Min-
ister Levi Eshkol w .1 rei test
meeting with Presidenl de Gaulle
.n the n< ar future rhe principal
aim of thai m< etii re
portedly be a discussion of
France's attitude tow
'-.< sire in l e< ome an assoi
member of the European Econo-
mic Community.
Israel's Foreign Ministry sources
were not prepared to discuss that
report today However, it was in-
dicated that Israel will launch a
stion- political and diplomatic of-
fensive on that issue soon in the
capitals of the six Euromart states
France, West I iermanj. Italy.
the Nethi Belgium and
i ir
Israel is disappointed over
what officials here call the
"meager and disappointing" re-
Sultl of its Icnn drive to establish
a link with the EEC. In the
view of the Israeli officials, firm-
er action than ever must be un-
dertaken to assure Israel's abil-
ity to export goods to the Euro-
mart countries, and such results
can be achieved only through as-
sociate membership in the EEC.
(In Brussels, headquarters of the
Euromart, a joint committee of
tl e EEC and Israel signed a pro
tocol yesterday defining Israel's
current link with the EEC, which
delegation called "a dis-
appointment The protocol was
signed after a warm debate in
which Israel pointed out that the
present trade arrangements be-
tween Israel and the Euromart are
Page 9^ A
too limited. Israel's delegation told
the joint committee that only as-
sociate EEC membership would re-
solve the mutual trade concerns of
Israel and the EEC members.
Why Sharrett Resigned
NEW YORK WNS Walter
Eytan, Israel's Ambassador to
France, disclosed here at a memo
rial meeting for the late M
Sharetl thai Arab intransigence
and "indifference" of the great
powers io peace in the Middle East
had driven him to resigning fr i
his post as Foreign Minister of Is
rael in 1996, The Ambassador
spoke at the First Moshe Memorial
Lecture, under the auspices ol
Hadassah.
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Bornstein Heads
Educators Group
Cantor Jacob Bornstein, educa-
tion director of Temple Israel, has
been chosen president of the Jew-
ish Educators Council of Greater
Miami for the coming year, suc-
ceeding Dr. Nathanial Soroff. con-
sultant to the Bureau of Jewish
Education, who served for the pre-
vious two years, with Herbert Zvi
Bergcr. associate dirtitor of the
Bureau, elected secretary, succeed
ing Herri Honor, who also com-
pleted a two-year term in offief.
The Council is composed of the
professional Jewish educators of
the Miami community who are
members of their respective na-
tional educational associations, or
who possess the equivalent quali-
cations.
Cantor Bornstein will be be-
ginning his 15th year at Temple
Israel, and has guided the
growth of the school to a regis-
tration of close to 1,000 students,
with classes ranging from kin-
dergarten through 12th grade
high school, with a faculty of 35.
He i~ ;i graduate of Hebrew
Union College School oi Sacred
Musk- and Education, and is now
enrolled in graduate study in
music at the University ol Miami.
He serves on the national board of
directors of both the National As-
sociation of Temple Educators pnd
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number of university campuses
throughout the state.
Bergcr has been associated with
the Bureau of Jewish Education
for 15 years, is a graduate ol the
Teachers Institute and the College
of Liberal Arts of Yeshiva Univer-
sity, an alumnus of the Kabbi
Isaac Elchanan Theological Sem-
inary, and holds a Master of Arts
in education from Harvard Uni-
versity.
He has taught at the University
of Miami and the College of Jew-
ish Studies, serving as executive
secretary of the Board ot License
and principal of the Central Heb-
rew High School, and formerly was
founding principal of the general
studies department of the Yeshivat
Bnei Akiva in Klar Haroeh in ls-
rael.
He is now enrolled in doctoral
studies in the Bernard Revel
Graduate School of Yeshiva Uni-
versity, where he will be taking
courses this summer.
Among the activities of the
Council planned for the coining
year are a series of conferences
dealing with areas of educational
research in which the members are
involved, participating in the sur-
vey of Jewish education now tak
ing place in the community, and
providing a forum in cooperation
with the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion for lectures by outstanding
Jewish educators coming to the
SHUKAM ASSAILS HUSSEIN
Continued from Page 1-A
ported by The Times to have cheer-
ed speakers who denounced Shu
kairy for his announcement about
sending members of the PLO for
training in Communist China as
guerrillas who would prepare for
war against Israel by joining anti-
I'nited States forces in South Viet
Nam.
Jakobovits to Become
Britain's Chief Rabbi?
LONDON (JTA> The selec-
tion committee of the Chief Rab
bmate Conference, which is
charged with finding a candidate
to succeed British Chief Rabbi Is-
rael Brodie, who retired last year.
ha> decided to approach Dr. Em-
manuel Jakobovits, spiritual lead
er Ol the Fifth Avenue Synagogue
in New York, to lind out whether
he would be prepared to let his
name be presented to the Chief
Rabbinate Conference
Dr. Jakobovits, who is a former
Chief Rabbi of Ireland, will be con-
tacted officially by representatives
of the selection committee within
the next few days. During private,
exploratory talks with Sir Isaac
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frJWMtill FkridHcTiF
Page 11-A
Legislators Protest Faisal's
:
Vtlack Against the Jews
M
f'-ng at the Bon Voyage party of the
lexicon Friends of the Hebrew University
:om left) Dade County School Board mem-
It. Anna Brenner Meyers, Truman Peace
jotM Founder Baron de Hirsch Meyer, He-
ivi University students Susan Mann. Richard
St. ".an, Julia Sussman, Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz of Temple Menorah, chairman of
the evening, Linda Fried, student, and Jack S.
Popick, president of the Southeastern Division
of the rriends. On June 30, the four young
people will leave for a year of study in Jerus-
alem as members of the Hebrew University's
special Third-Year Abroad program.
ir 'Revolutionary9 Judaism
Continued from Page 1-A
n .ah as the m>1c reason tor
i- ni the Sabbath."
I olso said he opposed the
Ind *oward "Jewish separar-
n increasing numbers of
: day schools, Jewish coun-
bs and Jewish universi-
-t called the trend a "mis-
it. ( response" to Ihc "admit-
orave problem" of modern
tft trends. He insisted that
*m> can not ao home again to
the :-tetl' of pre-Hitler Eu-
*
rabbis are not omnipotent. Indeed,
the very opposite is unhappilj the
ase He said that rabbinic and
secular leaders were "tilting al
windmills" il they failed to realize
"the realit> thai a certain amount
of intermari age. of drifting from
our idl I i- ine\ Itable in an opi n
soi ietj
The Central Confer) ncc of Amer-
ican Rabbis pledged full support of
the American Jewish Conference
on Soviet Jewry and established a
special committee to work with
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the Conference and coordinate Re
form Rabbinic efforts in the gen-
eral Jewish community programs
to help Soviet Jews* The CCAR
also called on the Johnson Ad
istration to "activelj support
-( ating ol Red China al the forth-
coming session of the United Na-
tions General Assemblj Thej
lauded th< \ I ni istrations' efforts
in foster economic and cultural
relations with Red China which
"may pierce the barrier separat-
ing" the i"(i countries
WASHINGTON IJTA) The
anti-Jewish and anti-Israel remarks
here of King Faisal evoked pro
tests this week in both Houses of
Congress.
Some members, Including Sen.
.1. \V Kulhright. chairman of the
Senate Foreign Relations commit-
tee, and Sen. Burke 15. Ifickcn-
looper. Iowa Republican who is
ranking minority member of the
committee, expressed regret that
New York Mayor John V. Lindsay
had canceled a city dinner in
Faisal's honor
The cancellation was lauded in
a Senate speech by Sen. Jacob
K. Javits, New York Republican,
who said the Mayor's reaction
was "the only feasible reaction."
He added he hoped the King
would avail himself of "the op-
portunity to call for peace in the
Middle East" before he returned
to Saudi Arabia.
Rep Seymour Halpern New
York Republican, said in i II
speech thai the monarch n i arks
w ere ;i 'deplorable breach'
American hospitalit) He tinted
that the King bars American Jews
from visiting Saudi Arabia Hep
Leonard Farbstein. New Yori
Democrat, informed the House that
he had sent a telegram to Mayoi
Lindsay, asking cancellation (if the
dinner and saying Jewish taxpa)
era' funds "should not be used for
a feast for their declared enemy '*
Sen. Hickenlooper. who gave a
luncheon in honor of King Faisal,
said after the event that he was
"very distressed" because New
York was most inhospitable" to
Faisal. Sen. Gale McGee. Wyoming;
Democrat, said he thought Mayoi
Lindsay 'should have set world
politics ahead of the polities of his
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Cantor Morris Barr.
----
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW ISth Ave.
Conservative. Emanuel Kushelwitz.
president.
----
ETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con.
tervative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W. Lioson.
Fridaj h p.m aaturda) 9 a.m. tfer-
'Th Torah I..SS..M" Bai Mlta-
nSSMMR1ill"1sr*'
IV
Dr. Orthodox.
Gross
Rjbbi Al-mndfr S
VOUNO ISRAEL. 990 NE "*stW
Orthodox. Rabbi She'v. ;!.,,
T'AFveeRETCon,'eSrv^ ^bb" Hen?, VOUNC. ISR AEL orv a .
Cv.rniek 1542-44 Washington A,- = .-- v.
Kria.v ;.', ttaterhood -. M th. Mil Poru.h
CANDIEUGHT1NG TIME
13 Tamuz 6:55 p.m.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 120'
Johnson St. ConservJtive Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbra-jn.

nsuwrniDM.:' ar Ave. Canservativ- RjSIi Max Lip-
schitr Cantor Jacnh Render.
Pridnv B Snl :"
in.>n in.- Toran i '.- ii rial *m>- ',' :
vhJV MtrtiHel DatrM. won if V- and Mm- na .
Mta Seymour Kaplan Mini ha ,;
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th
St.. Homestead. Conservative.

ISRAELITE LfcNTER. 3175 SW 25tn
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
i_ O'azi.i. Cantoi 4_ouis Cohen.
3d |i in .-.it .nl >

JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
a ..vA^ouUt. loii wjuhinjijn Ave
orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stein
----
BSTH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Sctvff
rVida) 5 i< in Saturda> 8:30 a.m
Sf-rrmon: ''Inipllrallons within Blew
Inge Mlncha 6 r p.m,
----
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
Pridas 8 i "' Saturdaj > m Sei -
ii .11 'Vacation Thoughts

BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi S^maryahu T
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches
----
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional. Rabb' Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben.An
S.tturdaj i i m Ki-rinon A Sew
ii dependents B p.m I
Law." 6 p m 'I'll.- I,lbert> Bell Rings
Again
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative
Rabbi Richard Marcoviti. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes
---- ----
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
3-NA' RAPHAEL '401 NW -83rd St KNESETH ISRAEL 1416 Et'Clia Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Ha-old Ri.htei jirtmoea. nauoi David L.enfieio
Cantor Jack Lerner anur AOianam Sex.
------ 11 | i p.n .-'!'.'
CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF Mi- Sermon A New Am
AMI 1242 Washington Ave. Oitho- .-.- .'!- ;
dox. Raobi Dov Roien.-v.e.j. f the rj
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION BALAK
Balaam views the ten's of Israel and predicts a blessed future^
And Balaam saw Israel and said: How _,
are th> tents. 0 Jacoh. thy dwellings, < Israel" (Num 24 25
!. yf.AK Hearing of the Israelites' victory over the Ann: /
ites, Balak, k'-ri at Moab, became frightened. Jointly with Ufe*
elders of Midian, he sept messengers, to Balaam, the sen >| B ..
urging him to cut* I-t-ael: Balaam was both a -ioothsavcr ind 3*
prophet. ai"i it was believed that his curse would lead I "
eat of the Israelites But Balaam, hearkening to the
twice refused to accompany Balak's messengers
hostile mission.
Finall) God said to Balaam Go with the men; but
that 1 shall speak unto thee that thou shall speak
^^"L*2H*E'tJ*XZE2 ^^^r";^.^,^ 22 35). En roUte to Balak, an angel warned Balaam When
PI. Conservative. R^nbi Dav.d Ros
enfeid r.intar George Go tfbarg
Prlda v 6:30 i
;.. u eok." Saturdu) i Bai
,.f Mr. and Mm
Sidi Mil
-
FT. LAODEROALE JEWISH CEN-
TER 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd
Conservative. Or. jack L. Morris.
president. Cantor Tneoaore Min
dicn.
----
PT. LAUDERDAlE EMANU-EL 130'
S. Andrews Ave Reform Rabbi
Richard V. Leviton Cantor Jerome
Klement.
----
HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 E. Haliandale Beach 3iva Rev
Paul Oeutsch
BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
HEBREW LESSON
~x?i-3 niian spnr? nr px
nnix x1??1?! nips "jap1?
nH^^ n1"npf? in .fiVfrta
p1"il^a li?^1? niini1? ]7\
:-no -d^i in?? ^yD5?
D'^-nri ,..31-13 D''rjin
,iio ^"i^B nir3
.3'3iin -apii r^'py^n
rx fru1?! 02D1? dj yi^
narn lien
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pi .Dip^i naii 133
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nipa
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niparj nx .piy irii- ?ip|
nip.Da x^n irnpaa mri]
jfh^j'tfrm *?tf mbs by
Tibn1? a^3] a,p,Din iVax
B'x5iq a^iy .jnix rnxi1?
,ri naiba^x.ntfpnT.p nny?n aa:a-x"?sna an^
crtf?9 v*n trine* 1R \ ai tumW* D^5 nW,al?
,r | *^n 3W by ni3nia |n
ra3iy a^iaxn r^fi *ifi? "*!* 10 ^p>!j
n]3n r7 p-nnxi .ina ta^^ i23 P^l D^
-rvvW .nnia ,nirpa Pixi'?i]bn^nxbarniy
ji n M.r UrtnOdOM rt.iUDi Aura
ham r.orf Cantor trnest rieia.

M \ G s a R 5 CONQREQAT ON
ini 3rd Rj Modern T .^ I -.
-
OhE\, SHALOM (11 N arm and j O-
Ort-ojoi. Raooi Phinaa irVaoar.
man.
.. ^ > ...
3- wo s ~.e He. wantor Saoi Nan
i- a
----
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18'51 Nfc
Isth A>e. Orthodox. Rauoi Jonan
E. Caplan
:.-.. satu
Sl i .- !
- i n- mien -i I-*'.....t"in M ii -
i ha IS ; in
----
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
servative 1025 NE ISird St., M.ami
Gardens Rd. Raboi Samue, R. stone
Cantor Maur.cc Neu.
r'n..:t\ ,'. p.m. .-., irtUtj 8:45 : in.
Sermon "Scripture Leason i*r the
Sabbath." Bar alltavah: Jeffre) Irr.i
on ot -Mr. and Mrs Se>moui r.i.-.n.
Nell A.I.,n. .-.in ol .\ir and alxa Her-
bert Kaplan. M ncha S 15 p m

TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
Jr., So. Miami. nero.m. RaDoi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
FYldaj 1:30 p.m. Pulplc tueata, Sara
t;tiidnt.-'.ii and Dr. Samuel <;< .. -
----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM ol Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Raobi Morton Maiavsky. Cantor Er-
nest Sterner.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform
Raob, Samuel Jaffe.
FY!da> < l"i p.m M.-n-.n I, A. run.
temple | n aid) nt, *"lll md -n-
i. -
--------
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. 1 545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. C.intor
Saul H Breeh
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH SHiPAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstruction^. RiDD
Morris Skop.
---- ----
' TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsn
Cantor David Conviser.
i la> 8:15 11 in Rabbi Frnnael iii
peak ,:i Toward* JewsHh I'h [j
ai iv, | build seven altars and make ...
inar>' to Balaam's cursing Isn
I time came jave the Israelites his -- .
was repeated thret
v. men seduced some of the Is
.... the idol B i il ol Peor As
. broke out ite camp The plague as
. has stabbe I an man to death for i
with Midianite womai
This racounting o the Weekly Portion of the Li* is
tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewith
Heritage edited by P. Wol'man-Tsamir, $15 Pub'isher i
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William S-, New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schleno,.


THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
We Must See Good
As Readily as Bad
TEMPLE BETH TOV
St. Conservative.
6438 SW St I.
(r.^aVAit nnas nna nxsina)
- | | I
. ntiffl "72? m*tf ybB?1? ,-x3s
r : r T :
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 N >A
22nd Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Abraham Reiseman.
j Friday 8:S0 p.m. Sisterhood n-l'.l hoal
iii.- unei sii-ii>i,:it
--------
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
Friday I p.n Saturda) I a.m 8>r-
in. hi "The FV>urtn of Jul) and the
Men Revolution." Mlncha 7 p.m
| TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot.
---- ----
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR.
3500 SW 69th Way. Conservative
Rabbi Irwin Cutler
------e------
TEMPLE JUDCA 320 Palermo Ave
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morns Kip
per.
n the Camp of the Lady Soldiers song of khaki and rifles.
This is no game: The girls in -
A line of men in army uniform the Israel Defense Armv learn how temple menohah. ao 7sth st
. ,. ti_ ,j- m Conservative. Rabhi Mayer AOram-
.set out for field exercises. The> to be soldiers They learn how to owiti cantor n,Co Feidman
carry' a heavy load on their backs receive an order and to carry it -----a
- rifle and knapsack. One only has; out exactly. They learn to make temple ner tam o. sotn st. and
to see them, and one immediately bodily effort They shoot with rifle
and machinegun.
knows These men
cruits
are new re
Sometimes one hears command
Tatum Waterway Modern Tradi
tional. Rabbi Eugene Laboviu. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
By RAB3I SOLOMON SCHIFF
Congregation Beth El
Balaam, the villain of this week's
Toiah portion, is engaged by Balak.
the Ifoabite king, to curse the Is
raelites A notoriously successful
free-lance curser, Balaam several
times refers to his work as "the
words of the man whose eye is
open." From
this, the sa [es
deduce that Bai
aam was blind
in one eye.
Perhaps here
in lies the sec
ret of his suc-
cess in the curs-
ing profession
Balaam's talents
for vilification
were no doubt
enhanced by his
inability to fo-
cus properlv
He could see > **"
only the evil and not the good
All of us have the constant Strug-
gle to avoid the development of
Balaam's dubious art. Only by
viewing with an open mind can
one get the proper perspective
There must be a balance between
the critical eye and the compas-
sionate eye. Surely, there is a place
for criticising and fault finding.
There must aUo be, however, a
place for understanding and en-
couragement. Benjamin D'Israell
wrote, "It is much easier to be
critical than to be correct "
Trill rj4f '* prspjiri :-
,-..;-.,.. Ui;ri tug (";.-,-.. \i-
jmi Rjblmn, A As. n
C 'ordinal >r of ft.'
pfjrin^ here it-
DR. MAX UPS
.il lifjJrr of Beth Trr
Congre|dtion of n[orth !' -
BfdCrl
One whose vision is restrict
the critical eye can easily dew I
a talent for vilification, lie
only the negative the tault. n
shortcoming of another Rath
than give the benefit ol Ihe dous]
he doubts the benefit in anu
and in anything He becomes
blind to the manifold shades
hues which make up all people I
all circumstances In the words
Alexander Pope. "All looks
to the jaundiced eye."
It is easy to find fault for j
ample with American Jewry at I
Jewish community structure I
ly the shortcomings are man)
who has both eyes open. hoe"
M-es the good as well, and
to broaden and build upon '&
good. In every' relationship, b
between husband and ife
ents and children, or betwsea
and his neighbor, it is only *"
the ciitical eye is tempered b>
compassionate eye th;it 'h* *
tionship is positive and fniitn*
They learn to march in line and
to crawl in the field. Thev learn to
ii r>TTj V^oTans^a to the training and cleaning of the rifles
lows to si them New immi- is necessary to wash and to iron
in a more delicate voice The com act quickly and in order exercises
mand is given by a woman officer ; with the rifle, exercises in the
She commands a brigade of girl) field, order exercises, physical
soldii
window
grants and tourists wonder Girls the uniform,
rear military clothes, too? They Vl.s la hard 1)Ut th(.v an. .iU
too carry |fk ana knapsack on hap|n >u aie ?la(J. hu, a m of
then backs'' I)o they al.-o go out .nl(.IV>t
on exercises exactly like the men
soldiers' The period of training passes
quickly and afterwards the girls
To this day. they have not be
will l>e clerks, teachers, military
come used to seeing the face of a policewomen and so on.
girl under the army beret, to hear
the song of girls from among the Published by Brith Ivrith Olamith
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THE WEEK... IS I SEE
"'
TEMOLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave. to buy or to listen
Continued from Page 4-A
Semitic; neither can The Ballad of Irving And so the *!
lieni icks with laughter at itself Bui the '
Frank Gallop is verj serious, indeed; when Irving guns hintse"
ihe frontier Deli, it is i prediction of things to cot
Whal could I -a> to my disc jockey friend with
Jews have contributed profoundl) la the eradicate
illj and religiously-oriented humor It is. however a*S:
To whal extent do we play censor? To whal degre< *
ind seriousness in such iffairs Does it not, at some point. WJ
self-defi I think it does But this does not mean that
have to grin and bear The Ballad of Irving." They can tell r.
Gallop, loud and clear, to crawl back in among the Insun
pan) rocks from which be came, his records and all The)


iay. July 1. 1966
^Jewisi) ffcridHaan
Page 13-A
atin Leaders Honor Visiting Shazar
Continued from Page 1-A
M the dinner tendered in his
ior by President Heber, Mr. Sha-
voiccd a hope for ultimate
ice with Israel's neighboring
gb states. He told the brilliant
Ihering of 600 leaders of the
vemment, foremost notables in
the country's intellectual life and
leaders of local Jewry that "We
have not given up our hope that
the day will come when our neigh-
bors will be numbered among our
friends."
The significance of the atomic
energy pact for peaceful purposes
Seven-State ZOA Southeast Region
Elects Hollywood's Rabbi Shapiro Prexy
"-! I '! David Shapiro, of Temple
Hr.;.i of Hollywood, for the pasl
r' years chairman of the hoard
governors of the Southeast Re
^n of the Zionist Organization of
Seiica. was recently elected
fcsiricnt of the seven-state South
Region.
kabbl Shapiro will he the first
Hit '!..-.: leader to serve as pres
Rnt (if the region, and will be the
Bom! South Ploridian to have
i> elected to head the 49 dis-
Be'- comprising it
I Rabbi Shapiro holds lifetime
^Bnure a* Temple Sinai. He is a
fWsr president of the Zionist
Organization of the mid-west and
past director of the American
ef Philharmonic Tour
W lirSAI.KM (WNSi The
lsra< !'l .IhantKiiiii- Orchestra, un
agn emenl signed in M is
bj its orchestrs director, Iiz-
tjeftel, will tour the Soviet
)n in November for 17 con-
In turn a Soviet orchestra
make s lour of Israel in No-
Iber
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Jewish Congress there. He has
served as rabbi of Temple Sinai
for th past JO years, is active
in many civic and Israeli causes,
and is a past president of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Asso-
ciation.
Other newly-elected officers of
the region from Greater Miami
area include Albert F. Ossip, who
has served as the chairman of the
South Florida ZOA Presidents'
Council, elected a vice chairman of
the regional hoard of governors;
Irving Zuckerman. of Hollywood,
treasurer; Abraham G run hut, Mi-
ami, assistant treasurer; Stanley
JosowitZ, North Miami Beach, sec
retary; and Abraham Schafer. Mi
ami Beach, auditor
Sidney Raymond, of Miami Beach
Morris Simon, of (.'oral Gables, and
Joseph E. Jacobson. of Miami
Beach, wen elected trustees.
Greatei Miamians elected to serve
on the regional board of governors
are.
Joseph Alter. David Goodwin,
Fred Haas, Bernard Katz, Josh
Rephun, loms B Rudnick, Irving
Saal, Rabbi Henrj Schorr, Louis
Schwai*zman, Greta Shujjow, Mey-
i: Siegel Roa s. non, Herman
Weintraub. : aac Donen, s Joe
Perrj B< i Gil er, and Max Par
RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO
Beth Am Names
Chairmen: Sets
breakfast Meets
Macey Schaffer, president of the
Beth Am Brotheihoml announces
that congregational breakfasts will
be held the second Sunday everj
month throughout the years
Dr. Maxwell Dauer, program
chairman, will introduce Oscar
Rappaport. guesl speaker, at the
nexl breakfast to be held on July
IT. 10 a m in the Youth Lour
The following committee chair-
en ii IV'e be n appointed tor the
member hip Michael i "lein,
Id Malin, Mark Demsky; ush
Ii Id Si kartz; Boj Scouts.
ert D Southeast Florida
Federatiot Temple Brother-
B Clein: publicity, Carl
Jo ieph Molien,
lemard Go idman; Mood bi
'.: ,:.,!, : i Ii In Man'! I Mai wesl
!', trip. Arthur .'.now,'/. Chat-
auqua society, Ben Clein, Max Ras-
kin; monthly breakfasts, Dr Max-
. ell Dauer. Michael Clein. Harold
Malin; Yo:n Kippur dance, Donald
Carlin, Ben Clem. Saul Yon Zanifl;
father-child dinner. Alvin Rose.
Saul Yon Zamft. Norman Weinei;
golf tournament. Arthur Jacowitz;
interfaith dinner. Berhard Good
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technology to help build a better
world for all of us."
Perhaps the most dramatic of
the events here during the week-
end was President Shazar's appear-
ance before the joint session of
Uruguay's Congress, with all mem-
bers of the Assembly and the Sen-
ate attending except for the
Communist faction, which boycott-
ed the gathering.
Addressing the session. Dr.
Martin R. Echegoyen, president
of the Assembly, delivered a
half-hour greeting during which
he lauded Israel and mentioned
all of the most prominent lead-
ers of Zionism from Theodor
Henl and Chaim Weizmann to
David Ben-Gurion, Golda Meir
"and all the others who were
called fanatics of social justice
and labor agitators, but proved
to the world that they were
prophets of peaceful civiliza-
tion."
A scene charged with emotion
took place when Preside:.! Sha/ai
and his wife. Mrs. Rachel Shazar.
received at their temporary re>
idence in the Presidential palace
leaders of the Uruguayan Jewish
community Mr. Shazar told Jaime
Baiter, president of the Montevi
dean Jewish Community, that he
hoped, in the future, to maintain
still closer contacts with the Jews
in this country President Shazar
and Mrs Shazar visited Jewish
schools, some of them conducted
by the Government on a nonset
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the Aged here, and other Jewisl
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Friday. July i |
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Great Scholar Who Has Received No Plaquei
AH, HOW
^'topsy-turvy
parts of our
world are! A
hundred gath-
erings have
been held this
year, and a
hundred peo-
ple have been
number is just a guess estimate.
I will concede that all those
honored deserved the plaques,
certificates, citations, degrees,
awards, and kudos given them.
But why has no honor been
honored, i nat
accorded to Philip Birnbaum"
If you have to ask who Philip
Birnbaum is. you are making
my point. For he is an example
of a most gifted person who
doesn't get the recognition he
merits.
Philip Birnbaum is one of the
greatest scholars living today.
He is one of those men who
knows almost everything there
is to know in his field: Judaism
But Mr. Birnbaum not only
knows Judaism and Hebrew. He
also knows English. And he has
produced some truly epochal
translations. which provide
beautiful bridges between our
lore and our day.
The next time you are in an
Orthodox synagogue, take a
look at the frontspieee of the
prayer book. If it's printed by
the Hebrew Publishing Co..
chances are you will be holding
a modern tran>lation of the Sid-
dur by Philip, or to use his
Hebrew name. I'altiel. Birn
baum.
Birnbaum has rendered the
Siddur into beautiful English,
lie has done away with those
archaisms which make the
English version of some Hebrew
books incomprehensible. He has
made the English match the
Hebrew in splendor. Thousands
of hours were required for this
work, but a brainful of wisdom
was needed, too.
Mr. Birnbaum has done the
same thing for the Holy Day
prayerbook (the Mazchor), the
Haggadah and the "Ethics of
the Fathers." His learned treat-
ment of Maimonides is already
a classic Even his footnotes are
re\olutionary. as are some of
his translations, viz, man of ;.
for Bar Mitzvah.
Two of his books are espc
ally fetching. One of them,
Treasury of Judaism." is a c a
endium of portions of our gj
classics translated into delic...
English, as only a Birnbiui
can.
Another one. "A Book
Jewish Concepts," is an a.
betical treatment of the r
important Jewish terms
ideas. It is a great book, a
vealing book. What a fin
it is for a youngster or .
Caoitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Who Will Ever Forget Rankin's Rancor?
fTHOULD A U.S. Veterans Hospital be named in
honor of the late John F. Rankin. Congressman
frOTn Mississippi, who. during World War 11. made
speeches disparaging American soldiers of the Negro
race and vilifying Jews"
Rep Rankin served as chairman of the House
Committee on Veterans Affairs from 1921 to 1953.
During the war years, he termed Negro soldiers
"cowardh" and referred to Jewish servicemen as
' Communistic kikes" In a speech on the House
floor, he said "my information is that 75 percent
of the members of the Communist Party in this
country are Yiddish." He uttered vulgar personal
insults against Jewish members of Congress
The Anti Defamation League of B'nai Hi it h
termed Rankin a "notorious anti Semite "
Rankin has been dead for several years, and his
brand of vile tirades has disappeared from the
halls of Congress. Then came II R 141)09. a bill lo
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Progressive Era in Family Planning
pECENT ACTION in Washington and
* Roston confirms the hunch that an
enlightened American public is entering
:. new. progressive era in family plan-
ning
In the nation's capitol, the Office
i Health, Education and Welfare has
unced creation of a new post of As-
> cretary : d Popu-
in.
in Boston, the s(
: nai ies
1." el follows a grei
: ie to [\\
ol government involvement in such a deli-
te field. One recalls President Eisenhower's significant
turn-about >: a year ago when hi' said thai a decade of
close study has convinced him that our federal govern-
ment did have a responsibility to work for "population
stabilization" in those nations receiving foreign aid from
the U.S.
(If the present rate of human reproduction were to
continue, with world population doubling every 37 years,
it is indicated there would be 400.000,000,000 people on
this planet in 26 years i
The change in outlook of Catholic leaders has been
especially helpful in advancing the cause of family plan-
ning. A five-point statement, initiated bv Father Dexter
I.. Henley. S.J.. of Georgetown Law School, advocating
government assistance in family planning, has won wide
support.
In Massachusetts. Richard Cardinal Cushing, while
noting that Catholics do not approve of artificial methods
of birth control, made it quite clear during recent dra-
matic legislative hearings that the issue was squarely
up to the lawmakers. In 1942 and again in l!'4:i Alien
strenuous efforts were made in Massachusetts to r<
diss mil ation <>f bii th coi
Catholic Cl ; stood I i
Bui that the Supn Court I pd in

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i I to
I ardinal ( ushing assurance thai each i toi should
make up his own mind regardless ol 'lie Church's stand
saved the day
line important consideration has been a debate over
the right of the state to provide contraceptive advice for
the unwed. This is linked closely to doubts as to whether
the government may use anti-Economic Opportunity, in
issuing guidelines, prohibited the use of anti-poverty
money for contraceptive aid to unmarried women or
women living apart from their husbands, the American
Civil Liberties Cnion insisted that such a restriction
violated the constitutional guarantee of equal protection
of the law.
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
High Order of WieseFs Artistry
CUE WIESEL, whose latest novel.
"T.hjC Gates of the Forest,'
-tamps Jfclm as an artist of high
-tature'u{ gontemporary literature
i- a young man who has come from |
'hi' |..":-;uu- al Shem To\
has seaming i ted tin
tzad achy for reaching out
to heaven with word and silence
Wiesel ii ol the generation who perished even
though he has survived the holocaust. And that i-
the tale Of I he Gates Of the Foie-t.' even a- it l-
oi I,:- earlier masterful novelettes. But his is rni
than the mere Btorj ol the affliction that came upon
our people and the world in the black days of the
unmentionables Having witnessed the debacle with
the eyes, of a child and of a youth, it is still with
him. And having been brought up in the faith that
God and his judgment are right, he i- ever puzzled
by the meaning of his fate and of divine justice
God owes us an answer and Kh Wiesel cannot,
will not. be silent until it comes. That is the essence
of his probing and that is the motivation for his
creativity
With root- deep in a civilization, hassidism, that
knew how to encounter God in crisis with word,
entreat) and admonition, Wiesel ha- the unique
capacity of silence, raising oi eyebrow and shirking
ihoulder. But it is as an artist that he confronts
God with dialogue, not as a philosopher or logician
with -teel shield against nply It >- a- a contempla-
tive that he po-e- the problem, le-s u, lamentation
han in bewilderment and in sadness lie questii
I, \et he seems to be holding on t> the faith
The world ha been destroyed for Wiesel, perl
;ii-' but if (.od i- no more all i- dead,
Wiesel i- weary of d< ath
'Hie purpose of Wlesel's latest novel, it seem-, is
not to have us share his laceration- In- agony, hut
to join him in his striving to understand the echo
of the silenced voices particularly of the silenced
who thrice daily sang praises to Him who deserted
vheii i he searing (lames were upon them
Wiesel's striving then is for link between word and
echo, between the voice and it- source
memorialize "outstanding Amer-
icans" The bill named Veterans
facilities for such respected per-
sonages as the beloved late Speak-
er of the House. Sam Rayburn. of Texas, but
Rankin'S name to the list. Rankin was havi
Hospital in Jackson. Miss, named for him.
The hill came before the House on tl
day that Mississippi was the scene of the ..
shooting of Negro rights marcher James Mi
Rep Seymour Halpern, New York Republican -
on the Veterans Affairs Committee He ar
the Hou-e floor to lead opposition to the i
legislation.
Rep. Halpern said that "with Americans
races, creeds, and religions, serving valiantly .
armed Imce-. it would be an insult, not >
veterans of minority groups being treated ii
hospital hut to all Americans, to have a Fi
facility named after a notorious racist a:
Semite."
He added that it seems tragically ii"
President Johnson to hold the White House
ence on Civil Rights in the same week il
this Congress would honor the late (on
Rankin. who. in 1951, proposed a bill for -.
\ eti rans Hospitals foi Negroes
(iwing to Rep Halpern floor t: hi
supporting stand ol Hep William Fitts
i ith New \
I i the coi enl i.
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By DAVID SCHV.J
Rare Day in Jum
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HAT IS SO RARE as i day is
ang the poet It's a
for flow el's. Business may be ;i
but one industry thrives in 5UIB
June weddings.
In ancient Israel, Septembw
to have a special relationship
dings. On Yom Kippur. it was
________ __ torn for the voung women t"
public tor a dance, while the young men looked on.
ing their brides. To give an even break to Ihi P*
it was required that all come in borrowed
This had another advantage. The youni; man k
had to look beyond the clothes He ua- nol
costume He wa- aware that it was the girl
attire which was important. Today. I have
the personality tends to be subordinated h
It is ;, curious fact that the mo-t so!, mn dtj
year, the awesome Yon Kippur is the day ol
ami marriage la a form of "atonement
l'i i hap- H wa- also good for some CS
for matrimony The young man was bol
u fast day. he would not have 10
girl to dinner
In summer, 1 believe the human ins
Inclined to bachelordom it i- only when t
- that we begin t" think
hou iiy implies mania.:.' and B
September, lacking the extreir.es of weatl
make ire contemplative and it i- '
conti before taking the nin ,
ol matrimony i- often described.
i
1n
plum
i ess we do tome measure ol contempW
are ilkely to he in the position ol the
Yiddish story who was asked on his wedding i-
he liked his bride.
Well," he replied. "It's a matter of taste. I ()1
her
However, June or September, the -pint '
waa all m favor of marriage.


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Defendant.
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YOU AUK HKilKHY NOTWFIED
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'r pleading i,, the complaint on the
Plain tiff's attorneys. TAI.lANoFF *
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li i'M, Klorlda. and file the original In
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BCCKY URAY
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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No 7M05-B
In RE Bstati "i
Mi 1RRJS i >LI >i:.V.
Deceaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ail creditucs. ,m,i AN Peraona
Having Claims or Demands Auuin-i
Said HNtate:
You are hereby notified and refiulriid
to present any Plaints and demands
which you may have agiiinm the i-s-
tate of MORRIS ISOL.DEN. deceaaed
late of Dad. County. Florida, to the
County Judgei of Dade County, nnd
file the -., lupllcate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16. Florida Ita-
tutes, in their offices In tin County
Cnurthoii.' ii 1'ade County, Fieri.la.
within six '-iii nil .. euths from the
time ol tiu- fl i ibllcation hereof,
or tin same will be barred.
Dat*d at Miami, Florida, this 13th
d..y of June. A.D 1966
1'AI'l.A I- OOUDEN
A* Administratrix
First publication of this noti,-, on
the :i'h day of June, 1966.
PAUL kwit.v r
Attorney :. r K i of Harris Golds!)
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Mi.in.i ll.,, h. Florida
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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ELEVI I DIC 1 "IRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, in AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 66W
SLIT FOR DIVORCE
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Friday. July 1. 4
Our
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on cord angles, high-hysteresis rubber compounds
and kerf depths.
Mostly though, they give you straight talk on finding
the right tire for your kind of driving.
And they've got a pocket-size device to aid
their eloquence: the BFG Tire Value Calculator.
You tell it how much you drive... where and when...
how fast. Then it tells you which tough BFG tire will suit you
best, cost you least. (Maybe as little as $10.95.)
We figure you're interested in what a tire
will do for you. Not in how it does it.
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MISS ISRAEL 1966 AVIVA ISRAELI
Miss Israel'66 Wants
To be an Interpreter
5 8 in Tel V i\ M idenl will
Israel in th 1968 Miss
Beauty Pagi anl sched
Miami Beach beginning
igh 17 She is Miss Is-
lack haired green eyed
fc;> tj hopes to be an interpreter.
B seems well-qualified for her
ambition, she speaks five
hguag< i
Bo fur as the Miss Universe
i :il is concerned. Miss Aviva
raeli is just as well-qualified, she
ughs in at 117 lbs., which are
itributed over a frame featuring
asurements of 36-23-36.
lA sabra. Aviva was born on No-
Imber 29. 1947 in Tel Aviv.
|"Of course, I principally waul
be an interpreter, and 1 entered
contest hoping this would ad
imp my career," the Israeli
puty explains. "But I am also
lious to meet the world's most
lely girlsand where else it not
the Miss Univi rse Pageant."
iviva speaks Hebrew, English,
ench, Italian and German flu
Itlv. Hit father. PietTO Del-
inco, is a pilot Apart from her
kdemic activities, she loves to
Int as a hobby.
Vith such a combination of beau-
and brains at her command,
Miss Israel 1966 has a i atui all>
incisive attitude toward ui
affairs "Who is Ihe greatest
in the world todaj
l here is no doubt in .\\ h a Is-
raeli's mind "Why, David I
Gurion, oi course."
Trophies Go
To Auxiliary
West Miami Auxiliary. Jewish
War Veterans, will hold a business
and social meeting on Thursday.
July 7. at the home of Mrs. Al
Lamport, 6367 SW 15th St.
The 8 p.m. program will be un-
der the direction of Mrs. Ben
Shapiro, and delegates to the re-
cent Department of Florida con-
vention, held in Miami Beach, will
give reports.
The auxiliary returned home
with the Florida Community Re-
lations Trophy, and the Florida
Child Welfare Trophy, and cita-
twins for Veterans Service and
Americanism
Mrs Charlotte Bed, past auxili-
ary president, was appointed state
community relations chairman.
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by ISABEL GRCVE
Miss Lillian Goodman and Bis-
ter, Esther, have bid a temporary
farewell to their many friends
and relatives here and are now
on a trip which will start in New-
York and progress from there to
Israel ... In Gotham Town,
they'll rendezvous with brother
Louis I Goodman, and wife, and
niece, Zelda Goodman, all of St.
Louis. Mo., who will travel with
them to the Holy Land ... In
Israel, they'll get the VIP treat
ment at the Jewish National
Fund dedication of the John F
Kennedv Memorial and the lla-
dassah Medical ('enter Lillian
is a past president of the Miami
Beach Chapter <>f Hadassah, and
has accepted the presidency of
the I R. Goodman Group for the
fifth time Other points of
interest to the Goodman clan will
he the Truman Center for Peace
at the Hebrew University, and
Technion They are dedicated
workers and contributors to those
institutions too.
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Evelyn and Ben Clein have
just returned from Atlanta.
where thev attended their annual
family reunion Yoi
member of the clan this yea
4 month-old granddaughtei
parents Bobby and Judy, who all
live in Sarnsota Also it I
traditional get-together with them
was Patti, taking off in Jul;
the Southeast (amp Institul be-
ing sponsored in Cleveland,
by the Reform Temples, and
Judy, who remained in VI
to attend Masse) Business Col-
lege Unhappily, the Cleins
were home but one day when
they were called back to Atlar.'a
to attend services for Ben's
brother Here's hoping their
Caribbean cruise which Starts on
July 12 has a more cheerful
ending.
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Born June 23. Lori Marsha
joins 'older'' sister Sari. 14
months, in the home of the for-
mer Judy Falick and Barry Shein
. Welcoming grandparents in-
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Lt. Sorin Cited
By Commander
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Officers of Beth Israel Sisterhood shown at a donor luncheon
in the Harry N. Schwartz Auditorium of the synagogue are
(left to riaht) Mesdames Evelyn Genet, Golden Book chairman;
Molly Mellman, recording secretary; Nettie Stern, treasurer;
Some 28 branch presidents of the National
Women's League of the United Synagogue of
America convened for four days of intensive
briefings and seminars in New York recently,
covering the total program of the League,
which is the women's arm of the Conserrvative
movement. Participants came from all parts
of the United States and Canada. Branch pres-
idents are responsible for the activities carried
Corinne Moskovits, co-chairman of the board and program
chairman; Pearl Kolko. chairman of the board and donor
luncheon chairman; Margo Greenberg, president; Jackie Wein.
membership chairman; and Sue Hermon, financial secretary.
Vallie Mell Joins
Nat'l Israel Tour
Vallie .1 Mell. of 9301 SW 60th
St.. will participate tins rammer
in the fust Israel trip of the Na-
tional Bar tfitzvah Club, a mem
bership organisation for teen-ate
boys am! girls.
The club's membership dues
plan enables lri\ ear olds to spend
cumulated during the three-year
period after Bar or Has Mitzvah.
The HH><> group ill leave New
York on July (> for the seven-week
trip, flying directly to Israel by
Kl Al Airlines and spending the
summer traveling throughout the
country on a tour arranged by the
Youth Department of the Jewish
y in:' Israel
They will visit Biblical sites,
work on a kibbutz, be received by
Israeli notables and meet with Is-
raeli boys and .L'irls their own age.
Vallie, daughter of Mr and Mrs.
I-abc B. Mell. is a member ol Tern
pie Zion.
on by 800 Sisterhoods affiliated with the
League. Presidents shown are Mesdames Hy
Belzberg, Calgary, Alberta. Pacific Northwest
Branch; Maurice Idell, Beaumont, Tex., South-
west Branch; David Kuris, Los Angeles, Calil.,
Pacific Southwest Branch; Albert Fried, Brook-
lyn, N.Y., National; Jack Shulman, Montreal,
Quebec. Eastern Canada; Arthur J. Brown,
No. Miami Beach. Florida Branch.
Mo Teaching Difficulties
JOHANNESBURG (WNSi
The South Atncan Jewish Board
of Deputies, at its monthly meet-
ing, heard a report that the South
African Government was not plac-
ing any difficulties in the way of
admitting need**! Jewish ministers
and teachers.
imian Ant
joyit g, by pro>
in the Far !.. -
grandchildren
Marilyn, son
in. of Hollyw. |,.<,'
week for Tok> where i
will be stationed at Camp Dn
for two years. At Poor u
a break in her iiu-;.-. in \meno
Red Cross # reeieation.il i\Wa
she hopes to be abh to meet'
her brother. I.: Herman
who is in Korea.
A battery commander wuh
7th Infantry Division there
Sorin was commended a- i
exceptional young man' m a I
to his parents reeentl) trom {
division commanding officer
other excerpt- from the
refer to him a.- a "young n'.:K
who has performed his dutstl
outstanding field training
cises." and "a-. I>mt< ia coinmarel
of Battery A 4'h Battalion.
Artillery, performing in a posiu
normally filled bj .. i
ing four year- ol M rvici
Lt. Sorin was commisf i {
year ago at thi rVrtilli
at Fort Sill. Okla Prior
mil; officer candidate -<
qualified as a pan chuti
Airborne Schoo I B<
and served wil Spec
unit.
A graduate i I South Bt
lir. h. It Sorin is sehedu
reassigned to Ft .lack
sometime in July Then
Ik- training recruits in Ov
where he himm It -tarted
cruit not too l< ago
Third mcmU i I i the grot
Karen. Marilyn's twin si-
is in Baltimore working as intec
designer, her field since
ation from the L Diversity of
ida.
Ted Sorin. father of the outstl
ing trio, is a musician ot notf
was a member of a musical nr
which played over a rad i sut1
in Detroit, and since coming tot
area, has been i, memb. ; of 'i
Philharmonic Orchestra in Holj
wood.
Installation of the Coral Gables Chapter of
Women's American ORT*held recently at the
Biscayne Terrace Hotel shows (left to right)
Mesdames Paul Allen, outgoing president and
incoming parliamentarian; Louis Berman,
corresponding secretary; Mildred Gross, re-
cording secretary; Samuel Rogers, vice pres-
ident, membership; Isidore Berman. vice pres-
ident, honor roll; Lee Brodsky, president; Faye
Klausner, vice president, special projects, and
chairman of the day; Eva Isaacs, vice pres-
ident, Thrift Shop; William Bielfeld, treasurer;
Max Deakter, installation officer; Edward
Blackman, Southeast Florida Region. Women's
American ORT Speakers Bureau chairman.
Not shown is Mrs. Edgar Dressier, financial
secretary.
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R.ibbi Ben Zion Rosenthal
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MIAMI BRANCH:
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Harmony Lodge
Takes Honors
North Miami Beach Harmony
Lodge. B'nai B'rith, swept most of
the awards at the recent District
5 convention at the Emerson Hotel
in Baltimore.
At the three-dav conclave, which
attracted over 350 delegates from I
Flordia to Maryland, the following;
awards went to Harmony: -most
outstanding lodge in its category,
"most outstanding president.''
"awards for vocational guidance."
"Service Fund." 'assistance in
formation of new lodges."
In addition, former president,
Norman Goldstein, and Charles
Kossove received "Bennies." the
special award for bringing in at
least 50 new members during the
year.
Harmony Lodge outdistanced all
other Florida lodges in enrolling
new members.
MOCHA FROST
field t cup*
3 tablespoons cocoa
3 tablespoons sugar
2.3 cap water
1 tablespoon instant celfta
aaatst
3 caps milk
1 pint vanilla let crtam
Whipped crtam (optional)
In saucepan mii cocoa and sugar:
stir in water and cook about 3 minutes.
Stir in cotfee powder' chill. Add milk
and ice cream and beat in miser or
blender until well mued and frothy.
Pour into tall glasses and garnish with
whipped cream, if desired. Serve im-
mediately.
Dream up your own
Milk Vitality Coolers
and remember...
MILK'S TOO GOOD TO BE
JUSTfOR THE YOUNG
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Jhaion Gross, local school teacher, was the lucky winner of
fche Bay Harbor Rockinq Chair Theater contest. "I would like
\o vjs:. the Holy Land because ." Capt. Leo Gardner, dis-
trict rnanaqer of El Al Israel Airlines, is pictured presenting
ier piize. University Travel tickets, to Miss Gross. Her good
Iturn is the fact she is taking a collection of braille piano music
to Arthur Goldman, 14-year-old sightless Israeli pianist, who
has been attracting international attention. The shipment was
larranged by local radio and television personality, Sam
IGyso: shown seated with Miss Gross.
Beach Women
Head Committee
For Contest
Mrs. Seymour Fine is chairman
and Mrs. Philip K Friedman co-
chairman of the hostess commit-
tee for the Miss Universe contest
at the Miami Beaeh Auditorium
Florida will hecome the center
of global attention July 8 to 17.
when beauty delegates from 70
countries compete tor the Miss
I inverse title.
Mrs, Fine and Mis Friedman
will head'the committee dedicated
to chaperoning and befriending
contestants.
Television stars June I.ockhart.
Pat Boone and Jack Lmkletter will
be on stage of the Miami Beaeh
Auditorium. Judges are scheduled
to include Count Bernadotte, son
of the King of Sweden: songstress
and actress, Eartha Kitt; syndi-
cated columnist. Earl Wilson; art
(litic. Count Jean de Beaumont,
of France; couturiere, Micol Fon-
tana, of Sorelle Fontana of Rome;
Japanese movie star. Akira Taka-
rada; Dr. Edilson Lid Varela. of
Diarios Associados. Brazil; water
Mrs. Irma Frank, of Miami (second from left), who will be
married Sunday to Morrie Jurkowitz, was honored this week
at a bridal shower and dinner at the Candlelight Inn South
Restaurant in South Miami. Left to right are Mrs. Joseph
Diamond, mother of the bride-elect; Mrs. Jerome Schulman.
hostess; and Mrs. Phillip Jurkowitz, mother of the bridegroom-
to-be. The newlyweds will honeymoon in Europe and upon
their return will live in Santa Barbara, Calif.
colorist and painter. Don King- man; and the first Mi~s Universe,
man; photographer, Philippe Hals Armi Kuusela Kilario
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;'ludtd Mollie and Maury Shein.
)odo i.'id Sam Falick. and great-
;i and mother, Lillian Bernstein ...
Arriving just in time to greet
tier new niece. Linda Weissman.
[nee Stein, houseguesting with
[her parents for 10 days Liv-
[ing now with spouse Jerry in At-
llanta Linda was entertained by
ner many friends here, and Jer-
[r\'s parents, the Bernard Weiss-.
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Sol and Goldie Goldstein were
[the surprise guests of honor on
[the occasion of their 25th wed
|ding anniversary June 11 .
Children Francine and Steven in-
cited over loo guests to their
home at 1311 99th St., Pay Har-
bor, with friends and family
i from man) areas to join
(he f. sti\ Ities Among part)
were Mr and Mrs Abe
l msfa in, ol New York; Mr and
Irs, .' rrj Smulin, from Sai a-
[ and Mrs Sol Zallea,
Wilmington, Del.; and Mrs
B< it> Goldstone, Philadelphia.
Kent on filling in the gaps left
last year when they toured Mex-
ico and the southwestern parts ol
tin- country, the Larry Kaplans
ith offspring, Billi. Marc and
Gary, are on a five week trip
through California and the north-
kvest winch will keep them occu-
pied until the end of July .
Leaving on July 21 from New
York on an El Al flight to Israel.
Fdith Simmons will spend three
veeks visiting Tel Aviv and Jer-
usalem, with B'nai IS rith installa-
tions getting particular attention
lin the Holy Land, as they do with
Ksiith here Her first trip
abroad will include a three-day
stopover in Pans, so she II have
la variety of things to write about
Ito friends here and those in her
|lormer home town of Chicago .. .
Six weeks at the University of
Madrid on the agenda for Sol and
Florence Heilpern. who left from
I New York last week for their
flight to Spain.
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Golden Shores residents Bea-
trice and Irving Punvin enter-
ovc
tained 45 friends Sunday evening
during a dinner part at the Fam-
ous Restaurant Occasion was
simply a social gathering hosted
by the couple, formerly of Evans-
ton. Ind. .
Temporarily deserting their
Forte Towers Apartment, the
Mosley Fischers will be domiciled
for the- summer in Chicago at the
Sheraton Surf, where they also
maintain quarters Time until
they return here in September
will be taken up with their mid-
Western famih

Art and Caryl Chasman getting
settled in their new MangOWOOd
section home in South Dade
Eight-year-old twins, Cftrin and
Ellin, looking forward to making
new friends at Coral Heed Ele-
mentary Thud daughter, Les-
lie, will seek her companions at
Palmetto Junior High .
Dining with friends al Villas'
King Arthur's Court prior to tak-
ing off for Texas were the J 1.
Plummers Jr Exalted Ruler
of Miami Elks, J. 1. and the for
mer Carol Nasrallah will consider
the national convention, held the
beginning of Julv in Dallas, as
one pait of their vacation.
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Many friends and relatives of
local brides and bridegrooms
making wedding ceremonies the
focal point of extended vacations
in the area The Sunday rites;
for Ruth, daughter of the Burt
Garbers, and Stewart, son of Mi-
ami Mrs Irving Marcus, at the
Diplomat Country Club attracted
a large contingent of family
members, among them. the
bride's grandparents. Mrs. Max
I.uber. Mr and Mrs. Selig Gar-
ber, Mrs. Rose Edelston, all of
Irvington. N.J. Also the Er '
win Perlmutters and son, Mrs.
Louis Classman. Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Schachner and daugh-
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Levy'
and their daughter, all of Union,
N.J. And from West Orange,
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Herman,
from Verona. N.J.. the David
Garbers, and on the bridegroom's
side. Mr. and Mrs. Max Marcus,
of Chicago.
r. Silver Heads Orthodontists
Dr. William Silver, of South
fiami, has been elected president |
tho Greater Miami Academy of
rthodontists for the 1966-67 term, j
{leceeding Dr. Clinton Warren, of
ral Gables.
[Also elected and installed dux-!
ing the annual dinner at the David
William Hotel were Dr. Howard
Wellins. president-elect; Dr. Harold
Friedman, vice president; Dr. Jack
Soutar. secretary; Dr. Jerome
Fleeman. treasurer.
Dr. Bernard Geltzer is newly-
elected director at large.
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show you samples and give you estimates. There is no charge
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Irdars of Lebanon Auxiliary members are
rtrded service pins and gold bars for their
:!unteer work at the hospital. Seen at their
- -.ual awards luncheon and fashion show at
- Do.-nl Country Club are deft to right' Mrs.
: ron Sparber, chairman of in-service volun-
m '. rs Mrs. loe Barcran. 2.00C
hours presid nl Mrs. Doran Zinner, 500 hours;
Mi M >rri Blau, 2 000 h >urs; Mrs. Rae Ber-
man, 2 0OC hours: Mrs. Joe Barchcm, .'
emd Mrs. David Stuzin. 1,000 hours.
Volunteers Get Cedars Awards
ur volunteers who gave 2.000
s each to Cedars of Lebanon
ital received top awards at
--. annual luncheon recently at
Doral Country Club
-pital Administrator S K
isteir presented the i
: .'hour gold pin to Mrs
" : Mrs Rae Berman, Mrs
:han and Mrs. Frank Perlman.
usand-hour volunteers who
ved awards included Mrs
.r Bernstein, Mrs. Irene
Sol Greenblatt and V: Da
in.
President, Mrs Toran Zinnei
commended Ihe members of Ihe
W imen's Auxiliar} for 'their work
in the Lobby shop and the In Sen
ice hospital program "
Bronstein thanked the Auxiliary
for its recent nal of 87 000
toward the endowment of the In-
tensive Cardiac Care L'nit at the
tal
.'.,: Fred Schild was
of the .'.;;.. ai d Mrs. Ted I tl
man a I ir for the fash
: in show which iwed Ihe award
cen monies
Recipient oi 50 h >ur pins in-
imes Hannah Freed-
S in Ira Saft Diana Bis n
Eve Zinner, Ruth Ros nst auch
Fay Gunsh >i !; irothy Kaplan
Spa ber, Edith Schwe I i
and 1 Ai idur.
Volunteers who received
bars for 100 hours I $t.....ce were
Mesdames Ida Black, Ethel Gor
don. Laura Knechtel. Barb
Schnell, Hazel Lewis, Renee Bi
sky, Helene Cutler, Greta Shubow,
Soihip / Judv S^h'ld. Ruth
Gelbert. Shirley Goodman. Rose
Riegal. Lillian Seigel, Lillian S
berman. Jeanne Cavey, Bertha
Holtzberg, Lake Stein, Ettie SI
...,l Lero) Whitelaw
Harlene Kapner
Wins Tcp Award
Ks| 18. a 1966
graduate from M N land Sen-
ior High School who completed
three yean aa a
lj Striper at
Cloverleaf mow
N Dade) iios
pi t a I, has re
ceived a merit
awai the
Dairy Co
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The dai
Ur and Mrs
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No. Miami
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nd-rais
nity a lias I
emple
S le ... entei Jackson Memorial
Hcspil Nursing ii the
Shi an acellei t stud
.:> Council has a con-
til pro| ram to honor mei il
. m pe ple in Da le County.
SS Official in Israel
JERUSALEM W V-
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In wartime deport iti

Katikvah Chapter of NLzrachi Women install
c::'icers at a save-a-child luncheon at the Royal
Hungarian Restaurant. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
spiritual leader of Kneseth Israel Ccngrega-
-..en, was installing officer for (standing) Mes-
dames Sam Herman, vice president; Abraham
Z.utt, telephone committee; Jeannie Weisburg,
vice president; Morris Dubler, honorary pres-
ident; Morris Bienenfeld. vice president; Israel
Teitch, honorary president; Sam Fuchs. finan-
cial secretary; Lillian Laster, recording secie-
taiy; Emma Ratner. special events committee.
Seated are Mesdcmes Jack Davis, vice pres-
ident; Julius Rosenstein, honciary president,
Hyman Koiko, president; Rabbi Lehrfield; and
Sue Hermon, corresponding secretary.
New Social Security Benefit
By MARSHALL WISE
" '-Viet Manager, Miami Office
who coi sue to
k alter the) become entitled
nthl) s icial secui ity I enetits
n a liberalization
le retiremenl il :.i.o
dments.
inning with taxa!
after 191 exempt
lint the amount of e.iP'.i:
i i! rj ..hi tun e in a year and
receive all benefits during the
was Increased from SI 400 to
5: 500 This chat 'hat
< n if a pei- n'a earn .".-- '
O during the year, he maj still
Now On Stag*
receive a full
nth in which his
or less and he doesn I
ial sen ices in a i >ines
However, for the current I
year ending on Decei
i the old law .. I n-
. i r it, ) sub-
tt to deductions il
. \c. ,|
the) do, md if you're a
ary, you may still get a full pay-
ment for an) month in th i | n
m which your \> (100 or
and you don't render sub-
stantial services in a busim
Under the tew law, .i smaller
amount of benefits will ix- w th-
Mat Wed l 5n
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(1,500 in a year,
siy,
e\ery %
i etv ei .
On earnii $
benefits was -
rnings. .A
: rill be withlu
f earmi >n $1,500 and
I "
thheld on a
tor iollar basis ea
- e $2,700. A
benefits ma) be to a tarn
ily even though the wage earner
works regulai I) f< ... mu; ti as
jioo a week (which is more than
the total taxable i if S4.WX)
through IMS) This Is because un-
der the new law the maximum
i. mil) benefits have also oeen
raised to >3'.n M a month
GREASEWINT
-WE SMEUonHf CROWD
br LESLIE BRICUTSE A IN"-: Honor to Judge Friedman
Judge Milton A Friedman, sen-
ior jud^e of the Municipal Court of
U ami, returned this week fi
Baltimore. Md.. where he attend-
ed the District ."> Gran I
.il B'nth Convei tion He
presented with a plaqi
-h:p
S3 Chapter Wins
D strict Awar
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were elected to the
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*Jef% isti FkridHaw
rage;a
Mrs. Samuel Zaaqer, a founder of the Mesivta cf Greater
Miami Louis Meiwitzer High School, presents the Roberta
Zcager Salutatorian Annual Award to an outstanding student
cf the senior clcss. Mark Safra, who will b? attending Emery
University this fall. Looking on is Dr. Jack Safra, a long-time
ent of Dcde County, end father of Mark.
Dr. Hcrrcri Will Tcxc:^ In Cat!?.
Herbert Harari. who has
served is edu and youth < i i
ector I em] i Sinai ol Hi Ij
past II years, and
- .. memtx r ol the (acuity
: thi I's; > holoj -. Di | artment at
ii I'nii ei sit} ol M*an i ill I av(
reat< r M iami this summer to
hi: n w post as professor in
Psychology Department ol the
. rsity ol California at San
-0.
During his more than a decade
I .' educational service in South
orida, Harari inaugurated a
l mted Synagogue youth program
that resulted in innumerable
ards for the Temple Sinai diap-
ers on a local, n gional and na-
tional level In 1965, he instructed
curse ct; the "Psychological
, ses f"i Youth Leadership" for
Intentional youth advisors, and
KTVed On the education;.! staff of
2nd WEEK
GREGORY SOPHIA
PECK lORENl
ARABESQUE
TECHNICOLOR
?Da'
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VOUT* iAi
PARKWAY
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An uninhibited
exposition of
the onrush
I if physical desire!
-aeiWrC'owioo t r,m.
manj S thi asl Rej rial ci n\ n
: i >n
He has been a charter mem-
ber of the Jewish Educators
Council of Greater Miami and
served as its president in 1963.
His book, "Individuals, Groups
and Societies," written in colla-
boration with Dr. John McDavid,
will be published by Harper &
Row this year.
Harari i~ also the author of num-
erous articles in leading psycholo
gical journals such as "Journal of
Educational Psychology," "Jour-
nal of Soiial Psychology" and
child Development"
Last summer, he lectured at the
University ol Uppsala in Sweden
and the University of Munich.
Germany, where he delivered pa
pers on the theme of "Cognitive
i rocesses in Adolescence
Mrs Harari served as instruc-
tor in the Hebrew department ol
the school ai I as principal of thi
Sundaj School She will continue
her activities in the held ol Jev
ish education in San Diego. The
Hararis have two children. Oren
fal.
The Hararis were honored by
members of the Jewish Educators
Council at a reception at the home
of Mr. and Mrs Abraham .1 Gil
tcl.-on. education director of Beth
Torah Congregation, They will
leave for California at the conclu-
sion of the summer session at the
University of Miami, where Dr
Harari is currently serving a- in
structor in the field of social psy-
chology and child development
JOHN
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Thursday Lecture
Bv Dr. Wolf son
"Recipe for Happiness a la Epi-
cure w.,i be the topic "i the lec-
ture by Dr Abraham Wolfson be
fore the Spinoza Forum for Adult
Education on Thursdaj 10 ;. m .
in the auditorium of Washin
Fe leral, 1234 Washington Ave
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Dorothy Georgia Roth, daughter il Mr and
Mrs Edward S Roth, hurried home from her
graduation a) Ohio stale University to be in
Miami in time for a bridal shower luncheon givi n
for her by Mrs Herman Feldman. The next day.
(here was a lap luncheon for the bridal part}
and out-of-towners at the home of her -rand
parents. Mr. and Mrs Louis K. Roth. The Roth
girls now Mrs. Samuel Tencnbaum, of Birming-
ham, and Miami's own Georgia Brenner, helped with the luncheon. The brides-
maid, Karen Caldwell, maid of honor. Jill Roth
and even the little flowergirl, Nancy Neustadt,
were fluttering about. Saturday nighl was the
rehearsal dinner given by the groom's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carney Sunday was the big
daj at the Algiers Hotel, when Dorothy, looking
beautiful in her wedding gown and short white
veil. wa< wed t.> Jerry Carney Jerry had just
luated from Ohio State, too His was a five-
year course He is with the Chrj
Corp and after their honeymooi they will live
in Detroit.
*
MIXED EMOTIONS
Gloria (Mrs Mel) Muroff didn t know win
to lau h or crj That is whal is known as mixed
emotions She was at the airport bright and earl}
-(id her children off to Blue Star i i Shi
waved goodbye to Jan, Jodi and the baby, i
seven-year-old Joseph, and returned home lo an
emplj house Since il was her birthda> and th
house was absolutely quiet, she reflected that il
must be a birthday present, but what kii
DOWN ON THE FARM
Esta and Alan BialOS went lo Noilh Carolina
' Esta I i .'oloson, a
has a !
in the middle ol nowhere surrounded b> n
tains Then the Bialos wenl on lo New York Tl
saw "Fiddler on the Ri Generatio
They wenl to all of the art mu eums and walkc
their feel off on Fifth Ave Esta said thai il \
as if all of the fashion magazines had come
life.
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THESE GOLDSTEINS
Goldie and Sol Goldstein don'l do things
halves (ioldie's birthday was celebrated quiel
at home as the family had decided to take I
out the nexl nighl for dinner Bui Goldie's to
called the Jacob Habinow il/c- and begg
off. Sol's parents called they couldn't ms
it either Daughter Francine and son Ste\
asked to be excused, since Saturdaj nighl i- d
nighl So ofl wenl Ihe Goldsteins with her sis
from Wilmington, Del., and her husband, .
and Mrs Sol Zallea. and Mrs Betty Goldsto
When they returned at !i :!0. there v.as no
(o park; the whole street was filled with ca
one is h.,\ ing ;. party, dedu li d So .
he was angn as could be, because 'heir drivei
was filled. With that. Hose handed them .m i
graved invitation thai had been senl out to o
a hundred guests bj Ihe Go hildren
attend a surprise part} to celebrate theii 2."
wedding anniversary They had been am
the party for a year Friends whom the} ...
ecu in aces flew in to help celebrate The we
ended on Sunda} when Francine graduate) i;
the Universit} of .Miami.
Frances Lehman
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Friday. July 1
June Jjriae* Ovc/ian^c Vows Marcus Gather
Ruth Brenda Garber and Stewart
Ira Marcus were married Sunday
evening, June 26. in a candlelight
ceremony conducted by Rabbi Irv-
ing Ixduman at the Diplomat
Country Club, where a formal din-
ner followed.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Burton E Garber.
1350 NE l~2nd St. A graduate of
Norland Senior High, she is now
an honors student in her junior
year at the University of Miami,
where she is majoring in educa-
tion. Her sorority is Alpha Epsilon
Phi.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Marcus. 1310-
99th St. He is an alumnus of Mi-
ami Beach Senior High and the
University of Miami, whore he
played basketball for four years
and served as team captain in his
senior year He is a member of
Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity.
Susan Garber. the bride's sister,
was maid of honor. Bridesmaids in-
i '('(I Linda Farber, Jane Berke
: Mai "i> Km!
Da' ni Pri d as besl man.
i h Mark Linksman, Marvin Man-
. nd R 1 i del, grooms-
and Gary Press as ringbearer.
i iv their retui n 11 om a honey
i i to Puerto Rico and si Thorn
.-.- '.' Marcus and his bride will
live in South Miami
Reiter Cohen
The Dora] Country Club served
as th< setting tor the nuptials and
reception when Nancy Bonnie Co
b n and Carl David Reiter ex-
changed marital vows on Saturday
(veiling. June 23. Dr. James A.
Wax was officiating rabbi
Following a honeymoon in Mex-
ico, new Mr and Mrs. Reiter plan
to live in Memphis. Tenn.
The bride had Mrs. Jerome Bal
lin as matron of honor. Other at-
tendants were Su/y Cohen, l.ori
Cohen. I.ois Narat. Linda Solomon.
Linda Weinkle, Pam Schaffer,
Ronnie Reiter and Barbara Man
gels.
Best man was Murray Reiter,
wild Alan Margulies, Larry Perl-
berg, James Haas. Arthur ( ohen.
Steven Lightman and Mickey Light'
man serving as groomsmen
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Cohen. 5518
Ifaggiore, and Mr. and Mrs Murray
Reiter. Memphis.
The bride and groom both at-
tended the University of Tennes-
see, where Mr. Reiter majored in
business administration. He will be
associated with P and 1. Lighting
Corp.
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Male Rudolph
A reception folowed the cere
mony which united Judith Ann Ru
dolph and Michael 11 Male on
June 26 at Westview Country Club
W. in. i K.Uifl
MRS. MICH All MAlt
MRS. STEWART MARCOS

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MRS. CAR! REITER
Rabbi Joseph Narot officiated at
the Sunday morning nuptials.
Parents of the couple are Mr
and Mrs. Sidney J. Rudolph, 1260-
100th St., and Mr and Mrs. Milton
Male, of Pittsburgh. Pa.
Attending the bride was Alexa
Weiss, maid of honor. Mrs. Mari-
anne Scheele. Mrs Mareie Bran
deis. Jane Stern. Terry Shapiro.
Wendy Rudolph and Nancy Alpern.
bridesmaids.
The groom's father served as his
best man. and ushers included
Robert Schelle. Richard Rudolph.
Douglas Rudolph and Richard
Wolf son.
A graduate of Miami Beach
High, new Mrs Male attended the
University of Miami. Her bride
groom is an alumnus of Shadyside
Academy. Yale University and its
law school.
The newlyweds will live at 1408
S Bayshore Dr.. on their return
from a wedding trip to Jamaica
Stofsky Yaeger
Susan Carol Yaeger and Nor
man Jay Stofskv were married Sat-
urday. June 25. at the Fontaine
bleau Hotel, with Rabbi David
Lehrfield officiating.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Moo Yaeger, 1434 Lenox
Ave The hi ideiiroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs Ihman Stofsky. of
Brooklyn, NY.
The bride graduated from Mian:'
Beach Senior High, and will re
celve a Bachelors degree in i
cation in February The bride-
groom graduated from Erasmus
Hall High School. Fashion Institute
of Technology, and is presently
attending the University of Miami.
After a honeymoon trip to the
Catskill Mountains, the couple will
live in Coral Gables
Kaplan Garfunkel
Miss Wally Jean Garfunke
daughter of Mr and Mrs Samue
M. Garfunkel. 8951 Abbott Ave..
became the bride of Irving L Kap-
lan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Kaplan. Cleveland. O.. on Sunday.
June 12.
The double ring ceremony took
place at 6:30 p.m. in the chapel of
Rodef Sholom Temple. Youngs-
town. O.
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, chose a gown of white
linen fashioned in the Aline skim-
mer silhouette, it was adorned
with a deep hemline ruffle of
Venetian lace, and matching lace
was featured at the Kabuki sleeve.
A mantle train fell from the shoul-
ders to chapel-length. Her head-
p ece was ;i caplel of Venetian hue.
held by shoulder-length illusion ol
orted silk.
Mrs. Michael Lipsky was hei
sister's matron ol honor Edward
Kaplan served his brother as besl
man.
A reception followed Ihe cere-
mony at the Squaw Creek Country
Club. Youngstown.
Following a wedding trip to
Canada, the couple will live at 980
King Ave., Columbus, 0.
The bride attended Miami Beach
High, and is now a student at Ohio
State University, where the groom
is a mathematics instructor.
Serfter Brotman
Gowned in white taffeta with
chiffon ovcrskirt. lace bodice and
sleeves. Harriet Tamara (Tammy)
Brotman exchanged marital VOWS
with Warren Jay Safter on Sun
day noon. June 26. in Forest Hills.
1.1 NY.
Attending the couple were
Sandra Fllen Segel and Richard
Derector On their return from a
wedding trip to the Pocono Hills
in Pennsylvania, the newlyweds
will live in Astoria. I. I.
Daughter of Mrs. l.iUan Brot-
man, 921 SW 6th Ave. and the
late Mr. Brotman. the bride is a
graduate of Miami Senior High,
and has a BA degree in journalism
from the University of Miami She
is a member of Honors Depart
ment. Dean's List, served as re-
porter, assistant news editor and
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MRS. NORMAN STOfSK*
MRS. IRVING KAPIAN
pta Sigma Phi she plan i
ti mi New "* oi'. i ni< i. >il
School, ma ioring in
men!
Mr Safter is
education th< Cit; i
New York where he will w
ward- a Masti r's in the >an
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Krischer Fiedler
In a double ring candli
emony on Sunday, June 86
Seville Hotel, Mm.mi Lee. dl
ter of Dr. and Mrs Michael I
ler, i9.")(i s\v i9th st beeami
bride of Steven Lee Krischer I
hi Maxwell Berger performed the
late afternoon nuptials, and i
Caption and formal dinner follow-
ed at the hotel
For the wedding, the brid
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*Jenisf> IHhridHan
Page 7-B
Jjrides C^xchanae Vows
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an empire sheath of white silk or-
ganza and reembroidered alencon
lace. The lace bodice featured a
portrait neckline and brief sleeves.
Lace appliques decorated the bot-
torn of the skirl which ended in
an aisle-wide train, and a crown
nl hue ami pearls held the pure
silk illusion veil Phyllis Fiedler,
the bride's sistei was her onlj
attendant,
The bridegroom was served bj
lii-- brother Jefi Kriacher as best
man. They are Ihe sons of Mr and
Mrs. Philip Kiischer, 12350 SW
70!h St. Serving as ushers were
Mark isloe leu e Schv ai. .nan.
Martin Sachs and Bernard Rosen
Mum
\ graduate of iral Gables High,
Ihe ttended the Uni
v ersitj of Mia I is now at the
^Baltimore College of Dental Sui
in Baltimore, Md. He is a
member of Alpha Omega, dental
lernity.
His bride is a iraduate of Miami
Senior High w i.< re she .i- pi
ident of Debs BB I and attended
Ihe i i '! sitj ol Miami, She earn
ed a i!.\ de education at
Geot Was I fniversit>.
and i- i membei ol Alpha Lambda
l tell i honorary
Spi honej moon in
1 nev M nd Mrs Kriscb
to live in Ba limore
Heller DisfWer
Hull laj sbu I w ill he the
home of thi- i l)Ui n
Distiller and Drev Lee Heller, who
were n arried bj Rabbi Sol Landau
;<>n Saturday nighl June 25 The
Deauville Motel was the setting for
It he nuptials und the reception in
honor of the newlyweds
Daughter ol Mr and Mrs E
Melvin Distiller. 8.SJ0 SW 85th St .
the hi ide is a graduate of Western
Maryland Colle .<
For the ceremony, she chose a
floor-length white linen gown in
Ihe A line silhouette, with sleeves
<>t Irish lace The bridal bouquet
was .in arrangement of white or-
chids, lily-of the \ alley and pink
sweetheart roses
Honor attendant- were Marsha
Icc Distiller, the bride's sister, and
Judj Heller, sister of the groom
Son of Mr and Mrs. Bernard S
Heller, of AJtoona, Pa., the bride
-room had his brother. Jeffrey
Heller, as bi an Ushers in
AIRS. S7CVIN KRISCHtR
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eluded Jay Erdman. Stanley Hel-
ler and Bruce Miller
Mr. Heller is a graduate of the
University of Miami and a member
of Phi Sigma Delta Fraternity.
The couple selected Puerto Rico
and the Virgin Mauds for their
wedding trip.
Grieper Kctz
Sandra Rose Katz and Barry S.
Grieper were married on Saturday
night, June 2.1 The Starlight Room
ol the Biscayne Terrace Hotel was
the setting for the nuptials con
ducted by Rabbi David Rosenfeld.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mi and Mrs. Rubin Katz, ".fiTl SW
2nd Ter., and Mr and Mrs. Max
Grieper. 4:i \\\ 66th Ave.
On their return from a wedding
trip to \nrth Carolina, the couple
will live at 3881 W. Flagler SI
For the ceremony, Ihe brl l<
lected a full-skirted, floor-length
gown with imported lace trimming
tin irain. The prince-'- bodice fea-
tured a pearl and sequin-trimmed
neckline, and full length sleeves
A matching double pearl crown
held the bouffant illusion veil
sin lb j i- id stal w as her ister's
matron of honor, and another sis
ter. Deanna Kata jer ed as bi Ides
maid, along with Evelyn Griper,
and Di bbie Fierstat, flower
The groom had his brother, Stu
art Grieper, as b.-t man. and
Tedd; Fierstal and Mitchell Kuna-
man as ushers
B< Ihe bride and groom
ated from Miami Senior High and
Miami Dade Junior College. Mrs.
Gi ieper earni ee in ed
lion from the University of Mis
and i- now on the facultj I i
\iew Elementary School Mr. G
per -e:\ed in the \';i\y and will
begin his junior year at the Uni-
versity of Miam in the fall.
Abramson Glazer
On Sunday noon. June 5, Myrna
J. Glazer, 2101 Golf club Ln
Nashville, Tenn became the bride
of Dr. Jerome II Abramson, ot
Chattanooga, Tenn Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz, Cantor Edward Klein and
Rev. Aaron Abramson officiated
at the nuptials, held at the Ritz
Plaza Hotel.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
E. Glazer, 555 \" Shore Dr.. for-
merly of Maple wood, N.J. the
bride had her sister. Mrs. Ronald
Goldman, as matron of honor. Her
nieces. Laurie. Jan and Karen
Goldman, served as flower girls.
The bridegroom is the son of
Rev. and Mr- Aaron Abramson.
. of Nashville, Tenn He had Dr
Jack W. Adams as best man. Julius
Doocbin and Dr. Ronald Goldman
as ushers.
For the wedding, new Mrs.
Abramson selected a Straight line,
floor-length gown of lace over peau
de soie. The empire bodice fea-
tured a wide portrait neckline and
short sleeves. The camelot coat
with inverted pleats formed the
fullness in the back, and a mantilla
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Friday. July 1. 1963
We
the
Women
PHm/s
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Phyllis iMrs. David) Miller grew up m Baltimore, Mil.
and was a friendly little tyke. She had a younger brother,
and they lived near a park that in itself was enough
to warrant a happy childhood. In the olden days, as Phyllis
puts it. if you were good in second grade, you were skipped
But she skipped all through school,
because she graduated from high
school at 15.
Phyllis majored in political
science at Goucher. She met Dave
in her junior year. She promised
her folks that she would go ba
to school after she "a- married
in order to finish her edoeatj
But with only half a >ejr I
the newlyueds moved :.: M:a
Beach. Phyllis has ?eer- tat .
courses, and ir hope*
have enougt i prec They
loved Miami Bead rickl awaj
They were >:.-; a-; i~bi;ious.
and both of I ark.
Dave teamed ... --.- ; ;:ar.ers
They now have a chain of 12 stores Bareaa Meaa Wear
Phyllis never had a job in her life, but thai d.:r I stop
her. The men started her in her own business i ladies wear
store right next to theirs. For three years she ran it. and
retired in a blaze of glory' at the ripe old age of 21 Sammy
was the reason she quit being a businesswoman She said
she is old-fashioned, and named their son Samuel after her
father-in law. Sammy is starting Vale this fall
Then came Barbara and Steven, who is 10. Three chil-
dren mean three times PTA. Phyllis was president of North
Beach Elementary PTA She is much concerned with public
education. Last year, she was school education chairman on
the Dade County Council, and this year she is legislation
chairman. She is active in Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood
She chaired the Institute on Judaism, a luncheon for public
school teachers designed to discuss the Jewish viewpoint on
questions pertinent to education. In high school, she co-
chaired a Great Books series.
Phyllis admits that she has had a fine example of what
a woman's role should be in her community by trying to
emulate her aunt. Rose (Mrs Alexander) Kogan. who is
active in local affairs. This year. Phyllis is president of
Women for Channel Two They are a supplement of the
Community TV Foundation, a non-profit corporation. They
plan to make inroads into the community, publicizing the
program, and serving as a good public relations group
Phyllis has a lilt to her voice, and she makes life fun She
likes to do things with her hands and has a thing about
cross-stitching. She has made lots of table cloths; to cross
stitch requires no thinking, she says.
The Millers are great ones for family trip-taking Last
year, they went to California: and this year, they are off to
Mexico They like to sightsee. and also they enjoy each
others company on the trip. They have a pool Not onlj
do they have their own parties there, but everyone else
who wants to. entertains in their patio. There is a constant
influx of children. I.ast month, the Student Council of Nau
tilus had a "Night in Greenwich Village" around the pool
They did their own decorating.
Phyllis doesn't particularly enjoy the hamburger bit;
she would rather look through the cookbook and pick out
an exotic party dish to make. Presently, she is putting on a
new campaign entitled "Be Sure to watch Channel Two."
This is going to be the slogan in the Miller home for some
months to come.
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^Tjrides Csxcftanae Vows
Pilklncton
Mt$. STUART BOTWINIK
Continued from Page 7-B
of silk lace completed the en-
semble.
\ graduate "i Penn Si;it Uni-
versity, the bride earned :i MasU i -
degree in speech pathology from
Tulane University she was speech
and hearing consultant at Vander-
bilt Universits and Wilkerson
Hearing Center in Nashville
Dr Abramson practices medicine
in Chattanooga, He is a graduate of
VanderbiH University and its
school of medicine He is a mem
her of Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha
Omega Alpha, honorary fratern-
ities
Now honeymooning at Hilton
Islands off the coast of North Car-
olina. Dr. Abramson and his bride"
will live at 4012 Dogwood I.n..
Chattanooga.

Burns Berger
A honeymoon in Mexico follow-
ed the wedding and reception for
Marilyn daughter of Mr and Mrs
bring Berger, 8834 Emerson Ave .
ard Robert Howard, son of Mr and
Mn Bob Burns. 12505 NE 1st
Ave on Sunday. June 26
Rabbi Eugene l-abovitz officiated
at the evening ceremony, held at
Temple Ner Tamid New address
for the couple will be 2033 Calais
Dr
Attended by Lynn Pearl, the
bride wore a white peau de soie
gown with reembroidered alencon
lace on the bodice and a corsage
of white orchids and stephanotis.
Currently teaching in the Dade
County school system, new Mrs.
Burns is an alumna of Miami
Beach High and the University of
Miami.
A Miami Beach attorney. Mr.
Burns is a graduate of Miami Beach
High, has a degree in philosophy
from the University of Miami, and
I an LI J3 degree from its law
school.
*
Botwinik Blitt
Beth David Congregation was the
site of the ceremony uniting Diane
Joy. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Isi-
dore I Blitt. 1777 S\V 12th St..
and Stuart Botwinik on Sunday,
June 26.
The date was the 45th anni
versary of the bride's grandpar-
ents' wedding. Mr and Mrs. Wil
liam Whitehorn. of Miami.
Rabbi Sol Landau and Cantor
William Lipson conducted the
evening nuptials, and a reception Evelyn Silverman and Mrs Arline
and dinner followed in Spector Bernstein were in charge of the
Ha'1. guest book.
The bridegroom is the son of Marvin Botwinik served as his
sw TmhMIS '>hil !5o,wmlk' lon brother's best man Ronald Schoen- Universitr* Mil
SW 10th Ave, and grandson of berg. Louis Gouz. Richard Skor and
Mrs Mary Botwinik. of Miami. On
versity of Miami, she is affi:.,
with Student Education Aasoc j
tion. Association for Childhood
Education International, and Town
Girls
She has been teaching S
School at Temple Tifereth
for the past three yeai -. ai
to teach elementary school in ;
County in the fall whili
graduate work toward- a Ma l
degree in guidance and counsi

Willner Nathan
A reception and forma! dim
at the Westvicw Country Club I
lowed the wedding there of N
Frieda Nathan and Jack Alan W
ner on Saturday, June 25
Daughter of Dr and Mrs David
A Nathan. 4440 N Jefferson Ave
the bride was given in man.
by her father Rabbi Irving Lehr
man performed the 8 p.m. candle
light ceremony
The bridal gown of peau de SO
was styled with an imported lai.
bodice and train. French illusioi
veiling was held by a rose and
pearl headpiece, and she carried a
cascade of white orchids and steph
anotis on her confirmation Bible
Honor attendants were Mrs Wil
liam Friedman and Nikki Silvei
Bridesmaids included Laurie Res
kin and Madalyn Arnold, with
Lucy Silver serving as flower giri
The bridegroom had Bober*
Nathan, the bride's brother, as Des-
man. Matthew Levine. Jack Gold
enberg. David Miller and Howard
White ushered.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Will
ner. of No. Miami Beach, both th <
bridegroom and his bride gradu
ated from Miami Beach, and a'
tended Miami Dade Junior Colleg
Mr Willner is now vice president
of A. J. Window Corp
The couple will live at Treasure
House North on Miami Beach whe.i
they return from a honeymoon in
Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands
R. Allfl
MRS. JACK WIUNtR
Kornreich Denis
In a double ring candlelight cere-
mony at the Deauville Hotel. Joyce
Denis and Leonard Kornreich were
married Saturday evening. June
25. by Rabbi Joseph R. Narot The
bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Irving Denis. Miami. Th>
groom is the son of Mrs Sadi
Brown. Miami Beach
New Mrs Kornreich graduate;
from Coral Gables High, where ill!
edited the paper, was elected to
the Hall of Fame, and received tr
Theta Sigma Phi journalism award
At the University of Florida
she was affiliated with Alpha Ep
silon Phi Sorority and Co-Edikett
staff. Presently a senior at t!
their return from Jamaica, the
newlyweds will live at 6751 sw
48th Ter
Evan Friedman were groomsmen
A graduate of Southwest High,
the bridegroom served in the
United States Navy He is now
For the ceremony, the bride se- employed by Metropolitan Dade
letted a floor length gown of peau County and working toward a de University of Miami.
ae sole and organza, a Blanch! gree in engineering at MiamiDade ""''">><'' "f Alpha Epi
original In the empire style, it was Junior College
fashioned with a scalloped neck- is bride is a graduate of Miami
line and point-on hand sleeves. The Senior Mat. .r i,
u-llmn.M.,< ii. t n nior High, where she wa--a mem-
wen molded bodice of silk organza her of N
was appliqued with lace and em-
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controlled skirt had a detachable
veil which extended to the end of
the train, and she carried white
orchids and slephaii.itis on a white
confirmation Bible.
The bride's sister. Cynthia Fave
Blitt, served as maid of honor
Bridal attendants included Mrs
Estelle Schoenberg. the grooms
Bister, Sharron Silverman. Cayle
Maxwell and Joan Ossio. Mis.
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Page9-B
i)^"1^" Cvc/iaoc Uows
Continitc from Preceding Page
of Mum [< dical he i- a
bet Phi Delta K;> ilon.
The bride wore a white floor-
lenghl ( 'i of silk p >au an i ii1' ro'deri con lace
Ik. f< ature i a portrait
neckline -i d In lai n ith long
point-on I -' es l he shi
-- w mime.I with hands o!
lace. and I he ai I le train ha I
applique lace thi >ugh the hem
line, Th< luffanl veil ol pure "ilk
English lusion f"!! from a tiara
of pearli and crystals, and she
carried ; asende of white orchids
and ste| hi ;otis.
Hrida Uendants wore Yanne
Dokson "aid of honor. Karen
Keingold Honey Greenberg, Edith
Kaufm?n ; id Susan Stahl. brides-
maids.
The B om's brother. David
Kornreich. served as best man
Ushers .re Joel Dokson. Sean
Kaufman ierald Kornreich. broth-
er of tht .room, and John Jesse I.
After a neymoon in the Virgin
Islands ; Puerto Rico, the couple
wdl live i Miami.
mi:. Nun AITSHUIER
attending Ohio State University Miami Senior High, and is now in No. Miami Beach A graduate of
Medical School. He served as pre- her sophomore year at the Uni- Norland Senior High, he has a de
ident of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity, versity of Miami. gree from the University of Miami,
and was elected (> phi Sigma, (In Her bridegroom is the Epsilon Mil. and Delta Phi Alpha Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lambert, of work in math,
national scholastic honoraries
Following a honeymoon in N '
\ i City, the couple will live in
i olumbus, ii
\v rner i> i
M*S. LEONARD K0RNM1CH
Altshuler Dunn
Tessa Dunn and Robert B. Alt
shuler were married Saturday,
June 26, in ceremonies at the Deau-
ville Hotel
The bride is the daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Harold Dunsky. 18201
NE 10th Ave. She is a graduate
of Miami Senior High, and is at-
tending Miami Dade Junior Col-
lege.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Altshuler.
650-72nd St. He is a graduate of
Miami Beach High, and is attend
ing Miami Dade Junior College.
After a wedding trip to the Car
ibbean Islands, the couple will live
in Boca Raton. Put.
*
Klein Greenhouse
Ann Joan, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Jack Greenhouse, 2601 SW
24th St., and Steven Michael Klein
exchanged marital vows on Sunday,
June 26. at Hillcrest Jewish Ten
ter in New York. A reception fol-
lowed the afternoon ceremony The
bridegroom is the son of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Klein, of
Cleveland, 0.
Joanne Klein, the groom's sister.
served as maid of honor Other
bridal attendants were Leslie
Klein. Rebecca Mark and Bonnie
Markey Harvey L. Klein, the
bridegroom's uncle, served as his
best man Ushers included Rick
Appel. Arthur Newman. Jeff Rehm
and Sam Schaul.
The bride wore a blush pink
gown of peau de soie with a chapel
train. It was embroidered with
alencon lace appliques at the neck
and sleeves, and she carried white
orchids on a small white Bible.
New Mrs. Klein graduated, with
honors, from Chatham College in
Pittsburgh, Pa. She was elected to
Phi Beta Kappa and served as vice
president of Mortar Board, and
treasurer of Student Government.
A cum laude graduate of Wash
ington and Jefferson College in
Washington. Pa Mr. Klein is now
Sher Hammerman
Phyllis Elena, daughter >>: Mr.
and Mrs, Seymour K. Kammerman,
ol East Meadow, was married Sun-
day afternoon, June ^>. to Arthur
Ben Sher. son of Mi and Mrs
Herbert Sher. of Miami. Rabbi
Ernest Mayerfeld performed th;-
ceremony in the Rose Room of
Tavern-on-the-Green.
The bride wore an empire gown
of crepe and alencon lace, and an
illusion veil attached to a match-
ing headpiece of seed pearls and
lace She carried a bouquet of
white orchids and lily-of-the-valley.
Mrs. Norman M. Greenspan was
matron of honor, and Kenneth
Sher served as best man for his
brother. Ushers included Gerson
Sher. Steven Kammerman. Sheldon
Hahinsky, Jean Friedberg. William
Rubin, F.arl Magdovitz. and Neal
Demby.
Mrs. Sher. a cum laude gradu-
ate of Brandeis University, was a
member of the Experiment in In-
ternational Living to Sweden in
1961. She will enter the University
of Miami School of Medicine in
the fall.
Mr. Sher, an alumnus of Wash
ington and Lee University, where
he was editor of the yearbook
"Calyx." and a member of Alpha
Epsilon Delta, medical honor fra-
ternity, currently attends the Uni-
versity of Miami School of Med-
icine.
* *
Lambert Schniedman
Now on a honeymoon in Jamaica.
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Leslie Lambert,
who were married on Sunday. June
26, plan to live in Miami. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman performed the
evening ceremony held at the Se-
ville Hotel.
For the nuptials, the former
Susan Martha Schniedcrman se-
lected a bridal gown of ivory peau
and lace styled with an empire
waist and topped by a camelot coat
trimmed with lace. The illusion
veil, trimmed with lace appliques,
was held by a lace headpiece, and
she carried white orchids.
Attending the bride were her
sister. Barbara Schniedman. maid
of honor. Mrs. Gene Weiss, matron
of honor. Marcia Mofsky. Dori
Turin. Adrian Pollack, bridesmaids,
and Karen I.anster. flowergirl.
Best man was Mark Lambert, the
groom's brother. David Lambert,
also a brother of the groom, Steph
en Schniedman. the bride's brother,
and John Posner served as ushers.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
tin S. Schniedman. of Miami, the
bride graduated from Southwest
T Gears Broad Gamut of Summertim
Activities for Many Affiliate Groups
C
An evening of fun and festivities
a li be held a! the VM and WHA
i Greater Miami. 8500 SW 8Ui SI .
on Sunday Included in the festivi-
ties will be the dedication of a
newly-screened snack bar. enter-
tainment and a fashion show.
Under the supervision ol Mrs.
Al Raven, president of the "Y -
Women, the program will com-
mence at 3:30 p.m. at poolside of
the YMHA Funds for the new
screening were donated by the
*"Y's" Women.
Mrs. Leonard Luria. immediate
past president of the "Y's" Wom-
en, will present a special plaque,
to Paul Faske. president of the
YM and WHA of Greater Miami,
after ribbon cutting ceremonies
have been completed. A fashion
show, featuring the latest styles
for men. women and children, will
be held at poolside as coordinated
by Mrs. Manuel Jacobson. chair-
man for the occasion. Models for
the fashion show will be members
of the "Y." ranging in age from
3 to 93.
Herb Hirsch. television and ra-
dio personality, will be master of
ceremonies. A rock 'n roll band,
known to local teen-agers as "New
London Symphony." will also be
featured Special act of the day-
will be master magician. "Count
Down," seen every Saturday on
WCKT-TV with his partner in hor-
ror. M T. Graves.
*
Pool Party
The "Y" Social Singles Club has
announced plans for two "fun"'
events On Saturday. July 9. at
8:30 p.m.. there will be a pool-
patio party at the YMJ1A. 8500 SW
8th St.. open to the general pub-
lic. Included in the activities are
dancing, swimming, games and re-
freshments.
The committee for the pool-
patio party includes Hewitt Weiss.
president. Fannie Levitt. Dora
Freedman, May Dropkin. Jeanne
Trattler, Adele Baum. Sheri Lei-
berman, Giselle Cilbrith. Betty-
Patterson. Max Friedman and
Robin Oakie.
On Monday evening. July 11, at
8:30 p.m., the "Y" Social Singles
Club will hold it- regular m et -
in the Golden K< j :; om \ sp '
program hi.- been planni d fol
ed bj dancing and a social hour.
Men's Club Games Nite
The "Y" Men- Club has planned
an evening games party on 1hur<
day, July 4. 8:30 p.m. n< tha
Golden Key Room of the YMHA.
Bud Yesner and Jerome Kle. 1
are in charge of reservations.
Poverty Kids
The Senior High Clubs of the YM
and WHA of Greater Miami. 8500
SW 8th St., are conducting a spe
cial summer Dav (.'amp for under-
privileged eh Idren from the
James E. Scott Community Cen-
ter of Miami.
Each Thursday, a Senior Boys
Club and a Girls Club will run th-?
camp. The first session was held
June 23.
Golden Agers
Summer activities for Senior
Citizens are now in full swing, and
all members are invited to take
part in the Sunday afternoon
Golden Age Friendship Club meet-
ings. 1:30 p.m.. in the North Ball-
room and Tuesdav activities in
Cabana M. at the YMHA.
Each Sunday at 1:30. there is a
special program followed by danc
ing and refreshments. Tuesday's
program includes swimming, tila
classes, informal dramatics anct
games. In charge is Miriam
Scheinberg.
Farband Plans
Annual Picnic
Chaim Wei/mann Branch of Far-
band has slated its annual picnic,
to be held at Greynolds Park, for
Sunday. July 3. beginning at tl
a.m.
Picnickers will occupy the Lo*J
Shelter in the North Picnic Area
on 22nd Ave. and NE 184th St
Aaron Katz is in charge of ths
day which will include games,
community singing and refresh-
ments.
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*"Jewi*t ftrrkttar
Friday. July l. 1966
CLAGLER Granada Jewish Cen
' ter held installation of offi-
ers and board Saturday nigh) al
he Center. The evening combin-
(l dan< ng and a late su
ith the formal installation hand
ed by Benjamin Meyers. Mrs.
Anna Brenner) Mej ers cho
luoise silk suil with a gold
nd turquoise bodice for the oc
ision.
Installed as president was !';i\
I Dorfman Mrs. Dorfman chose
navj blue sheer voile with
leeves and a ruffled jabol
i Hi s Da\ i'i Goli
' i sheer dress featured a
Summer RSfes
For S^iiny Sfone
of I m:
mnounti the i i i
ghter mi i m lx
J rOl ; l!\ '] I ;.
n oi Ir and Mis Aaron Chaiken.
II I55th SI
Miss Stone attended North
lami High and Miami-Dade Jun-
College. Her fianc* attended
e Univt rsity of Miami and l'ni-
rsitj of Florida, and is property
les manager of Royal Palm
ach.
Kb August wedding is planned.
slimmer multi-colored floral print
with a dipped cowl necHin
full skirt. Mrs. Benjamin Jonas
chose a beige woven brocade witn
a blouson bodice and sheath skirl
A while sleeveless suil with a
sheer hum sleeved bloUSC in or-
ange ami white was worn by Mrs.
Hy (.'overman Hei sleeves were
in the modified balloon silhou-
ette, and a large son bow was al
her neckline.
...rv Matthew Cohen's white
crepe had a chiffon capelette
bodice. Navy with assorted sizes
of dels in white was worn by
Mrs. Nathan Sedlik Mrs &
Segall chose an ice pink moygash-
el linen sheath with lace floral
appliques in a deeper shade ot
pink encircling her scooped neck
line Miss Susan Bernstein was in
a raspberry-colored linen sheath
which was sleeveless and de
tailed at the waistline with welt
im. Navy blue with a touch ol
white was worn by Mrs Berrv
Clein.
QEIGE lace over silk illusion in
* a skin-colored lone was
ination selected hy Mi
.tack Greenberj H< sheath h i l
the strapless effect created v ith
the illusion bodice Mrs. Sam Hoi
lander's black-silk shantung had
a semi-roled collar around the
deep V-neckline ;". ; cuffed three-
quarter-length sleeves. Powder
bide Interwoven with silver lame
v.a "Mm by Mrs To n Fritch
Mrs. Samuel Goldberg s b
silk crepe sheath featured bows
on each shoulder Blue green.
and yellow on a I nd of
u bite combined in (he prinl chos
en bj Mrs Bella Merein. A
metric print in cocoa and while
wa~ worn by Mr- Alter Pisetz
ner Her twopiecc suit hi
jewel neckline Mrs Paul Strauss
cho e a black velvet cocktail sun
lor ihe occasion Moss green in
a two piece dress with a waist
skimming overblouse was worn
by Mrs. Lewis Dorfman
Mrs Fled Slonc was in a navv
silk crepe with while flared cuffs
on her long sleeves. Her helled
shift had a jewel neckline An A
line silhouette in black linen was
chosen bj Mrs. Ronald Jacobson.
Her decollete neckline was
scooped, and the elbow-length
parasol sleeves were in white
linen with black polka dots. Mrs
Nathan Hockman's iwo pit ce navy
Knit was handed on the over-
e with gold and emerald
green,
A WHITE silk jersej with an
*^ ombre -old prut was worn
bj Mr- Leo Prut/ Her sheath
was asymetricallj draped across
the bodice and hips Mr- Mover
Singer's gold silk had a fitted
bodice and full skiit A white
tucked suil with a touch of blue
chiffon at the neckline was seer.
on Mrs. Samuel Issenberg
Mrs Bernard Cohen's black lin-
en was banded in white and had
short ruffled sleeves A white
crocheted-type lace cocktail suit
Was the choice Ol Ml- Anthony
An/alone A cream colored
bow was at her neckline Mrs
\. rra; w mi a white silk
dynasty brocade ensemble The
bodice ol her -heath had i I -i
tear drop- ami rhinestom
broidered into a bib motif and
her matching jacket was hi]
length
Clergymen Hail Israel
As GocFs Vow Fulfilled
Dorothea Wolf
Prospective Bride
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wolf. 7823
espl Blvd., have announced the
gagement of their daughter,
irothca It to Arnold C. I.ipskv.
Harbor Island, The future bride-
ooin is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
ed I.ipskv. of Beaver Falls. Pa.
M:-< Won i- ;l graduate of Miami
ach Senior High and attended
< University of Miami. She is
w a medical assistant.
Her fiance attended the Cniver-
y of Miami and is associated
th Gulf American Land Corp
Vice Chancellor to Israel
VIENNA fJTA) Austria's
> ce Chancellor and Minister of
I immerce Bock anouneed here he
II go lo Israel to attend the
lol Aviv International Fair.
NEW VORK (JTAl s,
venteen I. ading New York ,
men ol the Catholic, Proti
a i I Jewish faiths joined lure in
celebrating the 18th aninv
Israel indi pen lence, .. i< h
was formally proclaimed 18 years
ago lyar 5 by endorsing a
famous. 75-year-old American
document which had called for
the establishment of a Jewish
state in Palestine. The clergymen
hailed the rebirth ot Israel a- the
fulfillment of God's promise.
Among the signers of the state-
ment were Francis Cardinal Spell-
man, Roman Catholic archbishop
ol New Vfork; Dr. Dan Potter, exe-
cutive director ol the Protestant
Council of New York: and Rabbi
Harold Gordon, executive vice
president of the New York Board
of Rabbis.
The old document which the
clergymen endorsed as a re-
minder of Israel's contemporary
snnifiance is known as "The
Blackstone Memorial." It was
presented to President Benjamin
Harrison in 1891 by William E.
Blacktone, a religious layman
and businessman of Chicago,
who, after visiting Palestine, ap-
pealed for "an international con-
ference to consider the condition
of the Israelites and their claim
to Palestine as their ancient
home." In 1916, the memorial
was presented at the White
House again, to President Wood-
row Wilson, and was said to have
inf.uenccd Mr. Wilson in his en-
dorsement of the Balfour De-
claration a year later.
Sunday's statement was issued
by the America-Israel Society, an
interfaith body headed by Balti-
more's Mavor Theodore R. Keldin.
former governor of Maryland. The
17 spiritual leaders, citing the
Blackstone Memorial, declared:
'The rebirth of Israel has not
only lifted the hearts of Jews all
over the world. It has also con
tributed to a vastly deep under-
standing of Judaism by Christians,
to a fraternal spirit and dialogue
between Jews and Christians, and
we are confident that doors will in
lime be opened to mutually bene-
ficial I-Thou' relationships be-
tween the Israelis and the Arabs
a- well. God is using her (Israel)
nice again to send forth light
from Zion' to the nations of the
world."
Among the original signers of
I he Blackstone Memorial were the
chief Justice of the United States
Supreme Court in 1891. the gover-
nor of Massachusetts, the mayor
Oi New York. Congressman Wil-
uam McKinley. later to become
President of the United States, and
outstanding industrialists and mer-
chants like John D. Rockefeller
and John Wanamaker.
Gene Troop (left*, newly-elected president of the North Shore
Optimist Club of Miami Beach, is shown receivinq the gave!
of office from outgoing president, Sy Corak. at annual installa-
tion ceremonies held Friday night at Diplomat Country Club.
War Criminals
Living in Canada
OTTAWA (JTA) The Cana
dian Jewish Congress warned
Canadian Government officials
this week that known Nazi war
criminals were living in Canada
unmolested and unpunished, with
all the advantages of Canadian
citizenship obtained by misrepre-
sentation "
The charge wa- made in a brief
submitted by a Canadian Jewish
Congress delegation, headed bv
President Michael earner, to a
group of Canadian Cabinet Minis
ters, The brief covered a wide
range of areas of concern to Cana-
dian .lew-
Special year-end awards are presented
club leaders cf thr, North Counly '
*ra,mH Cnf NE 6,hAve ^ 3*
H W Ja ,^ execu,ive director ol
and WHA of Greater Miami, making ne
en.ations; Pa.ti Harris, of Sigma Alpha
?c2Z ?%* BeSi ***** Award, ,
Community Service Award; Sue Wool. Ep
President
Senior
Award,
Award;
Best

The federal officials talcing
part in the conference included
Finance Minister Mitchell Sharp,
Transport Minister John W.
Pickersgill, Indian Affairs and
Northern Affairs Minister Arthur
Laing, Labor Minister John R
Nicolson, Fisheries Minister
Hederd Robichaud, Veterans Af-
fairs Minister Roger Teillet, and
Guy Ravreau, president of the
Queens Privy Council. Paul Mar-
tin. Secretary of State for Exter-
nal Affairs, was unable to attend
because of the press of official
business.
The briel asserted thai there
known Nazi murderers and
- In Canada, the I'nited
South American -
Vustralia, adding tl
thej will ever be
any courts f.
us capital
rhl' Mel noted that it v
ol the
:"rm '" ""'- port .
''< "'-'- lace iria ,
othe countries in the absence of
^traditional legislation The brie
g**" 1Ule that posiSon w2
'- > correct and justifiable."
.' something fundamen-
vuth'V ora civi,ized 22-
> "'th high and respected tr,
mm> JsUce, to al'iou 1*J
murderers" to live scotfrce in that
society.
The Jewish leaden said that if
it was considered unwise to legis
late specifically for such i ,-,
and thus radically change i ana-
''" policy," then "surely the
l< a-t thai can be done is to de
prive th.-e killers and perpetra
tors ol genocide (.1 their Canadian
citizenship." The Government was
"rued to develop a policy on the
i -ue "so that some form of jus
ice be applicable to deal with
these perpetrators of heinous
crimes."
The brief discussed various
proposals and recommendations
to deal legislatively with hato
propaganda and contended that
In no democratic society must
free speech be the instrument
for self-destruction or for un-
bridled attacks of villiflcation
and outrageous abuse." The Jew-
ish leaders urged that approprf.
ate legislation should be enact-
ed during the current session of
Parliament.
brief urged Government re
' "" "' a report recommend!
I"l;" "'" immigration of
'-"'''. would allow them
; apart from such relal
.V",,'?' al "dvtaed the off;
,n wsconve.
"' Monti al a confer
' ;
"I Prime Minist,
/ ppTson and Mr MarUn do all
el
ces to ..,,
'" "" pUghl of soviet
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ft, 1966
*Jen ist> flcric/tor?
Fage 11-3
Trge World Jewish Spiritual Alliance
ly Special Report
BtK Chief Rabbi Isser
leriii.ni of Israel recent-
r "a spiritual alliance
^Tai'l and world Jewry.
H sm \ ival ol the Jewish
^s throushout the woi Id
H the powerful religions
eh link Jewish commun
e another." tie declared
^Ins the annual national
the Union of Orthodox
Hfci.ure^aiions of America.
H>hi I nterman said dial
He between American and
^Kry must he based on the
d concepts of the Torah
Hnon faith constitutes the
Ht:il link between our Jew-
ries."
Hnvnger spiritual alliance
Hhi Israel and the Jewish
1 lities in the diaspora, the
I V^le re,'9ious leader point-
Bf, "would give greater co-
Hb and strength especially to
oldted communities seat-
throughout the world, re-
Ig in higher religious start-
^J and intensified observance
of me Jewish religious law."
.u Ihe UOJCA event
B I with the
m\- sarj ol Is
indep ce. I hi< i Rabbi
not onlj Ji a -
I Millions friend]) to us re-
|in iliis anniversary ol Israel b
lendi iif. We musl understand
what happened in this linj
|i> where a free and demo-
State was established, hap-
by the miraculous in ten en-
uid ihe Grace of the Almighty.
our volatile and turbulent
18 years of stability and
ly progress for a new Stale is
Isell a veritable miracle. How-
|. political independence is not
[sum-total of Israels national
I tion. In Hebrew, the word
mauth.' Independence, connotes
b more than political sever-
ity This term is pregnant with
leaning of spiritual freedom.'
The Chief Rabbi expressed the
^e that "we shall be able to
ourselves from influence
>se source is the desire to
ite ways and practices of a
sign environment; that our
|r>es and our entire society
become more steeped in the
cfities of our tradition so as
sch and influence our breth-
in the remotest corners of
,ir sojourn. He added:
fin' prevalence of the spirit
the spi,-jtual values over all
biial interests and gain is fund-
tital lo the Jewish view. We are
in as the People of the Hook
Irican Jews, blessed with an
|dance of material advantages,
Ihe reciprocal opportunity
bligation to utilize these ad-1
kgea to enrich their and the
I'S Spiritual resources We in
L too. will greatly benefit by
lghcr spirituality of American
r. by the renaissance of Torah
Is country, by the emergence
knowledgeable and dedicated
pus leadership."
Chief Rabbi hailed the fact :
J"many young people, bom;
ed in America, a ho came to i
for a short stay were so at
by the spiritual atmosphere i
Holj Land and especially of
Bhivoth. that they prolonged
I May for many years and.
[their return to the United
becaRM powerful forces in j
irrenl renaissance of Torah i
| in this country."
Iren Receive
Hiing and Toys
me 22. Miami Beach Aux-
Jewish War Veterans, spon
party at the Foster Home.
r\ 51st Tor.
Hose Goldberg, child wel-l
urman, distributed clothing
rs to 40 children and 10
lothers.
ttee members who as
si< Mr. and Mrs. Sol Leh-
i. Hen Roefawarg and Mrs.
Ireenfield. ,
In expressing the hope that Is-
rael will continue to be a Strong
outpost of true freedom and dem-
ocracy in our periled times, the
Chief Rabbi concluded his address
bj calling, upon "all statesmen and
political leaders to recognize that
alliance and treaties concluded be-
tween nations cannot and will not
secure peace and prosperity as long
as these alliances and treaties are
not based on ideals shared and
common moral concepts deeply
embedded into the very fabric of
human existence.
'In the cstablishmcnl of bonds
of this nature lies the only hope for
our pain racked world. One of Is-
rael's major contributions to hu
man progress will be to represent,
on Ihe international scene, this
approach to the problems of inter-
national conduct and cooperation.''
Moses 1 Peuerstein, national
president of the synagogue body,
announced a world conference ol
Orthodox synagogues to be held in
Jerusalem in (he spring of next
year. "For five years," Peuerstein
slated, "we h;ue bi en in constant
consultation with the rabbinic
lay leaders of Israel and the Euro
pean Jewish communities. Now.
these consultations have come to
Ihe desired fruition. 1 deem it a
privilege to make this historic an
nounccment in the presence of the
Chief Rabbi.
"From this conference," the
Orthodox leader continued, "re-
ligious Jewry will emerge with
new authority and vigor, as it
faces the grave challenges of
r'^sent-day existence. American
Jewry is expected to give of its
strength to the smaller Jewish
communities. On the other hand,
we wiM derive immeasurable in-
spiration from the long establish-
ed traditions so deeply anchored
in the histories of the European
Jewish communities and especi-
ally of Israel. This sharing and
pooling of spiritual resources
will rebound to the benefit of
religious Jews everywhere."
Feuerstejn presented ihe lt'>i>
Kether Shem Tov (Crown of the
(."oil Name) Award to l.udvi'j
Jesselson, guest ol honor ol the
function fen outstan line syna-
gogue leaders from various parts
of Ihe United Slates and Canada
received the UOJCA Presidents
Award, presented to them by Na
than K. Gross, national UOJCA
vice president. Recipients wen
Harold Berkowitz, of Pairfield.
Conn.: Reuben Caplan, Baltimore,
Md.; William GUck, Richmond
Va.; Irving Handel, Lawrence.
N.Y.; Joseph A. Levi, Long Beach
N V : Lawrence Nager, Atlanta.
Ga.; Moe Seldman, Cote S(. Luc.
Quebec; Chester Silverman, Balti-
more, Md.; and Jess Ward and Sol
L. Zavon, of New York City.
Rabbi Israel Miller, president of
the Rabbinical Council of America,
welcomed Chief Rabbi Unterman
in behalf of the over 900 member
rabbis of his organization. "The
lies between the Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America and Ihe Chief Hah
binate of Israel." Rabbi Miller em-
phasized, "symbolize the oneness
of the ideals and practices of the
Fewish faith community and the
spiritual bonds which fink Jewish
communities the world ovei
"Philanthropy, investments and
tourism must not be the orly
connections between American
Jewry and their fellow Jews in
Israel. More permanent and uni-
fying elements art the Torah
and the religious bonds which
know no international bound-
aries."
Rabbi Joseph Kara ck natio .1
vice president of the Orthoi \
Union, was chairman of the fu i
tion. Brief messages were also .
livered by Rabbi Dr. Israel I'oru-h,
of Sydney, Australia, and Mrs. Na-
than II Wadler, president of the
Women's Branch of Ihe Orthodox
Union. Harold M. Jacobs, natio I
UOJCA vice president, wclcon d
Ihe guests and introduced the i
nitaries on the dais.
Temple Plans
Summer Training
Bar and Bas Mltzvah train n
conducted bj Rabbi Man: ice K!
at Temple Tifereth Jacob will c
tinue throughout Ihe summei
In addition, the Jim,or Ch
nov call) d the Cantorial Club, i
sently in progress, w ill continui
hoi I si ssioti -
Furl hi tion can be
Rabbi Klein at tl
in
N-
ir,
e-
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Friday. Ju> I. 1966
Pcqe 12-B
* ItvUtnrrMtor:
pi!'
bottom
tein,
. Nash.
e'Eruce^Swlren."Michael Deakter. Alan Serkin
Rabbi Mo"1S A. Klrper, Gary Balber. Paul Miller ana Dav.d
Hecht. Ton row arp
Stanley Stein. Allen Margo'is, Morion
food' Vchard^Schwarte, Jordan Bauin. end Alan Yesner. The
Rabbi Morris A. Kipper Camp Scholars::p Fund was createj
by the confirmation class in honor of the Rabbi.
Local Pharmacist
Hef?ds Confab
Se* For Jul
17
; a, | Weiss, pharmacist, of
r Pharmacy, has been named
, airman of the 46th annual con-
vention sponsored b\ Alpha Zeta
National Pharmaceutical
rnity. Gathering, to be held
at the Americana Hot-1 from July
T to 23. will he hosted by the
Miami Alumni Chapter
A member of the board of direc-
rs of the Southeast Florida Stal
maceutical Association, Weiss
,... present the national yearlj
achievement award and medal of
honor to Sen Phillip A. Hart
(] m.-Mich.).
Sen. Hart will be cited for "his
great work and contributions to
macy, pharmacists and the
medical profession."'
Named "Outstanding Man of the
Year in Pharmacy" in 1965, Weiss
v:ll receive the same honor for
J<*66.
DAVID WEISS
Hebrew Academy
Enrolling Students
Students from out-of-town states
e several Latin American coun-
i s have registered in the Olga
nd Margaret Weishaus Girls High
School and Mesivta of Greater
Louis Merwitzer Wish
I," Rabbi Alexai der S. Gross.
i ncipal, has announced.
th the purchase of a new
building at 2401 Pine Tree Dr., to
\ -. . vailable,
a record enrollment is expected."
I
"Renovations will begin shortly
to accommodate both resident and
i resident students," Rabbi
l is fu ther stated.
Th< at 1968 Alton Rd..
i 50 students,
five years ago, the
>] 1 had m ire than four
; .i j c luates ol
(he Mesivta an
li Hap Sew
Y University,
C liege. Ner
. Hebrew
the & i:.i tj of Miami.
insl n an inten-
Hebn w and aca-
i lies which are a follow-
' to 1 ;ram in
Television Film
Features Buber
"Martin Buber: An Encounter
With Mankind." examining the
background and some of the ac-
complishments of the man who is
regarded as one of the foremost
i religious philosophers of
this century, will be presented on
"Look Up and Live" on Sunday,
July 10. 10:30 a.m.. over WTVJ,
Ch. 4.
Dr. Buber. who died in June.
lf)65 at the age of 87. was a poet,
author and translator.
The video-taped broadcast will
present some of his biographical
data, highlighting the time he
spent among the Ilasidim. his work
in Germany and Israel, and the
formulation of the T-Thon concept.
To carry along Dr. Buber's mes-
sage of "relation and communica-
tion." the broadcast will use photo
graphs of the philosopher, draw-
ings of Hasidim and contemporary
pictures
Binders Celebrate
Two Occasions
Jonathan Marc Binder, son of
Mr. and Mrs Finley Binder, of
Silver Spring. Md.. was Bar Mitz-
van. in Jerusalem at the main
chape! of Hechal Shlomo Syna-
gogue before returning with his
family to live in the United States
Attending the ceremony, in addi-
tion to hi- parents, were his
brother. Jeffrey, and his sister.
Ethel, and close friends of the
family.
Jonathan attended grade and
junior high school in Tel Aviv,
and graduated from Eastern Jun-
ior High School this year
Jeffrey Maurice Binder, his old-
er brother, graduated from Mont
gomery Blair High School in Sil-
ver Spring on June 17 He at
tended lower schools in Israel and
finished his last two years at
Blair.
The Binders entertained at a
family dinner in his honor at
home. Attending were another
brother. Louis, a senior at Amcr
ican University, Jonathan and
Ethel, Mrs Charles Ruffner, Mrs
A. F. Gardner and daughter, Ava
Lee, and the Misses Gloria Roff-
man and Karen Norris.
Jeffrey will attend college in
Maryland this fall.
IWV Groups
Summer Sscls!
t k ,Mh-
v ans
vatei n i
Sal in i '
ime Mr
s anlej Gold. 8U. W 91 i
U L
,,.; ai Ime" g,
\ :-.,., Burman and M -
,., ,. ,-h. also in
, hai te ol res -vations.
,._,. i | the a ulary -
\,,i; I -man. an i ci
mander ol th< | st U I ichtoch-
ter. _
How to Handle
Abusive Cnlls
I B Sin ffej So ith F i Ida vice
them ill.
this we< that we ry eoi -
nerned il I ''""
iv calls in 1 a. i
.. I wi
In Floridi ""'
: rn Bell reci
aba-
This repn i ': fv
tion of the than milli
local calls I Fl la t.
,-,,- durir b sai
perio!
Shcffej en-.i I ""'' <'>
abusi
ct w.'
.e Cl
I then
Cadet Victor Off
For Traininq
Civil A.r Patrol Cadet Ira S.
Victor is in summer encampment
training at Orlando AFB, Fla.
Son oi Mr and Mrs. Max H Vic-
tor of 2000 NE 206th St., the cadet
attends Miami Norland Senior
High.
The encampment offers CAP
members an opportunity to gain
a workii g knowledge of Air Force
i perations through static displays,
briefing- and tours ol base facili
tic-.
lernvned I
We will ma n'. >
Ihe victims
ing pi obh
satisfactioi
Sheffey sai- that the -aiority
of harras'ir.c c*. 5 are de by
misguided people. The -*st way
to stop them : smply -ng up.
The calls will in mosr eases
cease." Souther-. Bell's ? :cedur
in handling cc-np'air
continuing
outlined by
abusive ca
Sheffey.
about
were
Ceremony* Marks Unvei'.ing
JERUSALEM (JTA) A
tombstone was unveiled Friday
over the grave of the late Moshc
Sharett. at Tel Aviv, and impres-
sive memorial services in his honor
were held here. Sharett. one-time
Prime Minister and Foreign Min-
ister, and chairman of the Jewish
Agency executive, died July 7.
1965.
New Officers For
Savings Group
Gordon R Higginbotham, assisl
ant vice president of Miami Beach
Federal Savings and I-oan Ysso
Ciation. has been elected president
of the Florida Southeastern i
ter of the American Savings and
Loar Insl I
Other officers are (arlton K
Colley, Citizens Federal, first vice
president; Paul W Nordyke, (oral
able-. Federal, second vice pros
ident: William Garcia, First Vn\
eral. treasurer; and Dorothy Hoo>
er, Greater Miami Federal, secre
tary
"The cusl '< ng th<
abusive call conti ts the iphoi i
Companj Busi -- Ol Whii
the call threat! bo harm
kidnapping i da is e r-
the matter is in nedial 'lerrt,.
to our Secui itj ivisioi lej an
authorized to I action
is necessar; al wil s ty| e
of complaint
"In additii n. hat the
local law i : emenl oriti -
be notified l > the cusl
has not alread; taken
In cases n< I oh ii
there are a i mber of s
we can take h der I
customer s pi 11 It ms li
this may ii line
tion
>r if he
i actii
thn
- which
live the
essarj
.tifica-
Language Ben Threaimed
IERUSALEM W Un
less German ii dropped me ol
the '"ii offit.. ., ngu, at the
forthcomin convent n re next
March of the World Ass : itbm oi
ians thi Israel '-. il a-
n v not pai ..ite in
the parley nor permit jUliiation
ol its !' Medii tit*
Town Hall Forum
Sets Pansl Talk
' Tl i irld" will
be tie Speak
Town Hall Forums on Friday. 8
i r. di-
rector of community relations.
Rev.
D lirector. C
D Bill Cohen.
Greal ation;
Frank :
; ., ... :.;; reel v, Nationi .nee
, of (. hnstians and Jews i im
l> .: CO-
1
1
I
dRT Director Decorated
UUS JTA) The Chevalier
oi the National Order of Merit has
been bestowed by the French Gov-
ernment on F. Schrager. of the
OST organization in Fiance.
Dr. Kcsss Talks
On 'Hormones'
Miami Beach Po : and Auxiliary,
Jewish War Veteran.-, held its first
social meeting on Thursdav, June
16.
Dr Donald Kass. a Miami Beach
physician, lectured on "Hormones
and Your Health."
A question and answer .
followed.
Dr. Max Nus&baum. of Los Angeles, Calif a
past three-term national president of the ZOA
and chairman of the National American Zion-
manT^T5'? M'?mi Beach Wlth G^b3r
Miami ZOA leaders for a special briehnq
session at the Foniainebleau Hotel. The recent
Shimon Yallon, Israel consul generc". to the
Southeast U.S. Left to right ere Joseph 5. Jac-
obson, newly-elected trustee cf the Southasl
legion; Jack S. Popick. member of Nc ('
Gxecunve Council; Sidney Rc.-mond,
tional
session was followed by a cocktail nfw"w UwA; YUr,n' Dr- Nussbaum and Di [rving
ormg Dr. Nussbaum and biddinq Sen tV" f ,he 28,h '^c] confer,".ce of
a.ng farev.e.1 to Lehman, a national vice pres.der.t of the ZOA.


k July I. 1966
*Jenir fhrfdttan
Pacie 13-B
>
-..,
-r

t
t

-'
rs cf
itorial Ai
:f Gr
.antonai Association cf lireatei wno
. 'lections at the second annual
h ical Association of Greater Miami at
.:i-. .::-. .re deft to right) Centers Abi ih
np!e 3 aai Sholom, Ncrih Miami Beach; Zvi Adlei
: Emar.u-El, Miami Beach; Abraham Sei: Kr.eseeth
Beach, president cf the Cantorial Association;
Jacob G. Bomstein temple Israel cf Greater Miami: David
n sth Snolom, Miami Beach who conducted
thecantorial Yaacov Yosef Ren Beth Torah Conqre-
n No. M mi Beach; Yehudah He:.-.nun Hollyv
Temple Sinai; and Ernest Steinei Temple 3eth Sholom.
Holly wood.
Lifting of Ban
h Explained
WKS 1'
rae in a
stati
rt program.

. .
voriti ler the Nazis
|

I
I .
When t'-.e Israel PhilharT :
first announce*1 the devei-.i-rr^-
it was c'aimed thot lesurr^ r-
c' their -e forrrances of the
rk( of th* two German c;~
poseri v.. s motivated not atcn*
\t of paramount de- <
on freedom o' art, but a'so r*--
rajie cf a change in the aTt;*..--?
of our p;op.e.'
Ann : the decis

ritics rel
; forma tl
re\ iev. s.
use Moves to Cut UNIWA Assist
it the

the
next ;

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hii -
i yea
ITA) The
Committee
i States allo-
;ees ii.;i :
: Nations Re
$700,000
the ISA
7) pen 'ill of
e the aid
v the UN
L'NRWA to
10 i
contribution to
ted to S24.
the UNRWA
Ri p Leon
Y >:'. Demo-
fi ilure of
\' here UN-
: gee camps
tion of the
- The rolls.
with false
and <. m >n behalf of
Hie UNRWA
I -ged refugees
n tian l.iioo.ooo
in, Lebanon,
I the Ga rip
fin also called the com-
otten-ion to the fact
'alestre L deration Or-
Karaites
Clarified
EM rTA Israel's
|ted 1 .1 special
to h : S :
^t Ju h S
t'y 'ha- situ; tii

P '. arc
.1 1
and
I will no!
into ih
. conver
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1 thi t is 1
K.i: themselve:
f regard
jot
and theii
11 Je vi h n
to re< igniz
:' lUd and the
o Head
'.vision
Orovta, executive
Of Maule Industries.
(need the election oi
ftlb u vice president
Southern
executive vice
ttneral manager of
**) Corp., joined
h as general man-
hern Division. He
fr the manufacture
mix concrete and
Daie County and
ganiza'ion, anti-Israel fighting
arm of the Arab League, has
been sending some of its mem-
bers for training in Communist
China on behalf of a iibera'ion
war" against Israel. UNRWA-
aided rfugees in the PLO con-
tinoe to receive help from the
UN organization.
While tlu- flous was
discussii f U.S. aid l S'RW \ and
the link of the PLO to Com
hina. re ":- were ret jived here
fro iro, about a PI 0 decisi in
to send i\- tro ps to N irth Viet
Nam 1 fi [hi zue las n I
the I S ces in th Viet Nam
1 annou I ro was
Vhmi I Shukair;
man >J the P1.0, v h said 11
bj sen : h
Rat Finks
Spanked by GO?
WASHINGTON IWNS) A
resolution condemning the
of bigotry" of the so-called Rat
Finks' faction of the Voung Re-
publicans of New Jersej was
adopted here by the Republican
National Committee
The resolution urged exp ilsion
of all found guilt} I -;. h b i
havior. Th Rat Finks had been
accused of sin ling anti S tmitic and
anti-Negro songs .1' meeti igs of
the Young R publicai New
Jersey The committe : the
tion after .1 lot
North Viet Nam. be able to study
in actual surroundings the meth-
ods of guerilla warl hich will
be u ->l in the ii it war t->
liberate Pales)
The news ab i\:l PLO's sioi
was announced it the House as
soon as it was r I by R.'p.
Sej mour Halpern, New Yo I
publican He de thai the
l S sevet all aid to c liVe
Egypt and S ... mil theii
terril tries to be ised I n ilitary
forces "inten le I 1 c mmitment
on the Communi I .. in Viet
Nan
The main PLO 'orces are be-
ing trained in Eaypt and Syria.
Rep. William Pi'ts Ryan, New
York Democrat, th'n proposed
that a ban on a;d to Eavot under
the "rood for Freedom" bill
previously vo'cd then secretly
removed at he reauet of the
Administration, be res'ored. By
voice vote, the House passed
Ryan's proposal.
Farbstein previously had intro-
duced a resolution proposing re
organization of UNRWA ut
which that agenc; would stop
handling the pro ram Administra
'urn and funds woul g 1 to the
host A ab '. nmei I after .:
cei us to detei m 'he numb
!' 1.1'. and UN
.- v ould :
Arab got ernments >n <

He t : : the H iuse th it th
ent systt iresenes the Aral.
paratt
a new war a
: 1 tthod he
I all 1 the Arab G
to evt le their oblij iti 1
"tO Ud
ns a politicl and pi >pa
at :
Caiholic Univ.
Posts Plaq&ie To
Cbaitn Weizmann
GENEVA (WNS) The Catho-
lic I 1 ol Fribourg where
haim '' n re-
I his I ictorate in 1889, honor-
lent with a marble
rimemorative : laque bearing
the the Stati I Israel
The idea la plaque em 11
from univers tj rector. Fr Boeh
ensque, in .1 communication to the
Jewish community of Fribourg,
which later arranged to have the
plaque ma :-.' in Israel The inscrip-
tion nn the plaque reads, in
French: "Chaim WVi/mann. 1882
1962, Doctor of Science at the I'm-
versitj ol the Fribourg, l8fo.
First Pi ml ol the State ol 1-
rael."
n Dr Weizmann became1
: n ei I >\ Israel the
it
- 1 th( '.
-, ntist

Delegates to the International Conference of
the National Council for Jewish Education on
July 15 to Aua. 2 in Jerusalem include these
members of the Hebrew Educators Alliance of
Greater Miami. Seated (left to right) are Mes-
dames Moshe Asoes, Shimon Azulay, Nnthan-
iel Soroff, Sarah Lipschitz, and Nathan Stem.
Standing (left to right) ar Rabbi Mcshe A*pes,
Rabbi Shimon Azu'.ay, Mrs. Jack Diamond, Dr.
Nathaniel Soroff, Mrs. Jacob Sukenik, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Perach, and Nathan Stern. Theme
of the 40th conference cf the organization will
be "Half a Century cf Jew:sh Education in the
United States, Canada and Mexico Retro-
spect end Prospect." Rabbi Azulay, president
of the lecal ciiiliate, will chair a session on
' Miami Jewry Its Jewish Elucation." The
Hebrew Educators Alliance here is affiliated
the Federation of Hebrew Teachers of the
d States end the National Council for
.=h Education.
Sunday Picnic Planned
Harry li. Cohen Surfside-Bay
Harbor Post Jewish War Vetera -
and Auxiliary, will hold an all
picnic at Haulover Beach ShelU
2 on S 11
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Phone JE 1-3595
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?age 14-B
tjenist fteridliair
Friday. July 1. 1986
Howard Silver Charles Martel
Michael Kaplan
David Wilkes
J$ar David Shkoler
Howard Silver
Charles Martel
in Saturday, July 2. during Hip
i: orning service, three cousins will
serve their Bur Mitzvah at Tern-
Zion.
David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al-
bert Shkoler, of Miami, an eighth
grade student at Glades Junior
High, is interested in coin and
stamp-collecting, and is a student
in Zion Religious School.
Howard, son of Mr. and Mis
Louis Silver, of Long Island. N.Y..
is an eighth grade student at Jer-
ico High, is interested in stamp
and coin-collecting, and is a stu-
dent at the JeriCO Jewish Center.
Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs
Martin Martel. of Urbane, III., is
an eighth grade student and has
a large stamp and coin collection.
He is a student at Sinai Temple Re-
ligious School.
A KMil11-h in honor of the Bar
Mitzvah hoys will follow the serv-
ices, and a reception and dinner
"ill take place at Michels on Sat-
urday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe Shklair. of
Surfside. are the maternal grand-
parents of the celebrants
Jack Wool
Services at Temple Sinai on Sat
urdav morning. July 2. at Wash
in-ton Federal, 699 NE 16th St .
will include the Bar Mitzvah of
Jack Wool.
The celebrant is the son ol Mr
and Mis. Arthur Natter.
Jack is an eighth grade student
at Nautilus Junior High School.
He is a member ol the Temple Si
nai Junior Choir, a Boy Scout, and
plays trumpet and piano. His hob-
bies include stamp and coin-
collecting, model car racing and
tennis
t
Neil Kaplan
Neil Allan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Kaplan, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday, July 2. at
Temple Adath Yeshurun.
Neil is in the eighth grade at
John F, Kennedy Junior High,
where his favorite subject is Eng-
lish, and he is on the honor roll.
His favorite sport is baseball, he
Shown during formal dedication ceremonies of the new Naval
Reserve Training Center at the center's quarters in Coconut
I-rove early this week are three of the commanding officers
of the 26 divisions attached to the U.S. Naval Reserve in South
r londa. Left to right are Commander Martin T. Goodman.
Miami Beach builder, of the Mobilization Team 6-10- Com-
.nander Hyman P. Galbut. former Miami Beach councilman
and altorney, of the Surface Division 6-45 (M); and Lt Com-
mander Marvin Greenwald, of Moderne Pharmacy, Nor-
mandy Isle, Surface Division 6-44 (M). Surface Divisions train
and provide crews for destroyers and destroyer escorts At
the ceremonies, Metro Mayor Chuck Hall proclaimed Naval
Reserve Week in Dade County.
plays the drum and guitar, and is a
member of the Junior Congrega-
tion.
Paternal grandparents are Mi
and Mis. Norman Kaplan
Following services. Mr. and Mrs.
Kaplan uill give .. reception in
honor ol their son
Jeffrey Eisen
Jeffrey Lee, son ol Mr ami Mrs.
Seymour Eisen, will become Bai
Mitzvah on Saturday. July 2 at
Temple Adath Yeshurun
Jeffrey is in the eighth grade
at John F. Kennedy Junior High
His favorite subject i- science, and
he i- on the honor roll. His favor-
ite -port i- baseball. He plans to
continue his Hebrew education
Paternal grandparents are Mr
and Mrs. Morris Eisen, of New
York City. Maternal grandparent.-
are Mr. and Mr- Knianuel
Schwartz, of Miami.
Following the services, Mr. and
Mrs. Eisen will give a reception in
honor of their son
Michael Kaplan
Michael David, son of Mr and
Mrs. Seymour Kaplan. 5001 SW
G4th Pi., will become Bar Mit/vah
at Beth David Congregation on
Saturday morning. July 2.
Michael is a seventh grade stu-
dent at South Miami High, and has
been attending Beth David Re-
ligious School for the past 10 years.
He is interested in dramatics,
plays cello and saxophone, and is
an active swimmer
Mrs. Sarah Swinger and Mrs
Rose Gelperin, grandparents ol
Michael, will attend the services
and Kiddu-li sponsored by hi- par
ents.
David Wilkes
David, son of Mr and Mrs. Jos-
eph Wilkes. 8859 En erson Ave
celebrated hi- liar Mitzvah on s.n
urdav. June 25. at Co
Ramat El. Philadelphia Pa
David attended T. Emanu
El Religious School lor five years
and was a ; raduate ol the June,
1966 class A ninth grade s(
in Nautilus Junior lh. h, he i- on
the school newspaper, plays clar
inel in the band, i- a coin collector
and an avid fisherman
The celebrant and his cousin.
Jerrold Alan, son of Mrs Shirley
' Off, Of Philadelphia, were Bar
Mitzvah together Following the
services, the boys were honored at
a reception and luncheon at ,|lt.
Ashbourne Country club. Chelten-
ham, Pa

Montreal Parents
Seek Support
MONTREAL (JTA. Jewish
parents of children of school age
nave organized a committee m the
suburb of Chomedey to trj to gel
financial support from the govern-
ment of Quebec for Jewish day
schools, it was announced here b'v
Israel Akerman, president of the
new_ group, formed under the name
Of the Committee for Tax Support-
ed Jewish Schools.
There are more than a dozen
Jewish day schools in the Mon-
'<;' area Akerman -aid. will, a
total enrollment ol about 4.000 stu-
dents. He said the Jewish day
schools are independent institii-
BOBS providing essentially the
same academic program as that
RnnrH ', r-""' *"* School
Board of Greater Montreal. At the
same time, he pointed out. the .lew-
'sn day schools give courses in
Jewish culture and rehgion. None
"t the Jewish schools, however
S government support
The parents who send their
hildren to Jewish day schools'
i ,hf-J \- Jmust pa> ,h* ful> cost
eu.^ 1Ch,'.dren S rdigi0US an cular education."
Writer in Europe
At Eventful Time
By MAX LERNER
1 shall be writing this column from Kurope for the next three
weeks. Happily I shall he there at a crucial time, when de Gaulle .
visit to Moscow Is having reverberations on all three of the countries
I shall be in France. Germany, Italy One thing to say for de Gaulle
is that, whatever he doe-, he -hakes up the accumulated layers of
habit and complacency in anything he touches, and before the dual
-ettle- again we have a chance to see what substance lies inside the
mooted issues, and to test the true mettle of men and nation!
De Gaulle is a seasoned diplomat and, along with Ins icon for
ordinary political maneuver, he is on a grand scale probably the greatest
Machiavellian ol our era So one can question that he had some very
good reasons for his Moscow visit, both immediate and long range. TheV
immediate ones ma) have to do with the project for space cooperation
agreement for perm be consultation, and the strengthening of de
Gaulle's image at home before the next Parliamentary elections hi-
image as an objective Friend ol the Soviet people and leaders, which
ill deal a blow to the Mitterand bloc and give de Gaulle's candidates
support iron; the French Communists and in fact the whole left.
It is the long-range purposes, however, that count more with de
Gaulle, and that may be worrying Washington, London. Bonn aim
Brussels more than the concrete ones They amount to nothing le--
ihan the kind of Kurope that will be emerging in the next seven year-
while de Gaulle is still m the Elysee Palace. It is not a Franco-Russian
alliance thai is at stake in the de Gaulle visit: Europe itself is the stake
The gamble is not just between de Gaulle and the West, but also
between de Gaulle and the Communist world. The image that de Gaulle
ha- sought to project in tin- Soviet Union is of a man of the West who
is independent of both blocs and is in tact seeking to dissolve bloc
thinking. It is this image he is presenting to both West and East
Kurope. in the hope that the consequence will be a tidal surge toward
a nationalist Kurope in which Fiance will be the leader for generations
to come.
At the center of de Gaulle's difficult task is his need to get Europe
to break awaj from thinking and acting through -blocs" or camps
He offers himself as Exhibit One a chief of state who regards himself
culturally as a Western man. yet refuses to act a- part of the Western
camp Yet diplomacy by example will not in this case be enough. To
break up bloc thinking de Gaulle must break up bloc action, which
means to break up the bloc or camp as a power actuality. -^
Can he do it? The answer is a partial and tentative ves for the
Western camp in Kurope. but no for the Communist camp De Gaulle's
very limited success thus far in Kurope has come from the fact that as
a member oi nato and the Common Market he ha- had a leverage
powei for throwing confusion into the Western camp In removing him-
sell Iron, it He didn't succeed with the Common Market, his grand
'.'m !'":!-"l: 0"< Of it didn't pa> ofl am! proved to be a
irous blunder b> isolating him lie succeeded onh in loosening
>e on ion Market and delaying it- further inte
^ 1 ill l()f!
sing havoc in NATO but not beyond the
fact, he (i even have
* fact that the drawing
West Europe maj provide a more
h'nwlm-l to rebuild a W tern securitj system.
''I; : "es the fact thai he lacks the
' Warsaw Pact system as he has
XX"V\'"'U de Gaulle has been able to let bis
use ie' ,- Y ""'1 u K" acUons does he '' **' "- m
;. ,''' J" '* -lone what he could against NATO
^^t:;i:T^:j^"n, ......more wba <-
re, ka ,, ,'m '"" "",;^"> fo"ow "
imitate by seeking to break i, l'" C?mp whom lhe' can
But that has ahead art d m r.M,frra "U" ,,nmi"'" mmp
one way or another u"'' c"nno, 1,lll<'1'"^ muchjj
f nationalisi \2iVfit"aK "!? ","" T* ,,,,, ",,ly b>
in "" eonomy and socie^of ea?i f"en "volutiooary changes
toward the west because .he 1, n 'y ,"K" push il **
culture. De Gaulle d,H se v. ; ;'"' "' "" n*CUo '. Western
Us own rebellion S-taTt lfS ""* ^^ * <"
and cultural meaning of the retell JTi^d ,,U' de^r ^1
^owed ,t to ope,a,^l1d::un:;:;,Is:; i**" ** -
The whole of Europe not i.iu in .
- l moving toward a societv m, '"' but also Eas,ern *
"e long run. To the extent tET5 n,(,.,,'e11Amt'rican than Russian in
Europe he has la-en a, u, "o, ^'..us'in f "f ""* "P *+"
Schwartzman Is New Book Edito7
I-ouis Schwartzman. ewii!iv,
JJjJ* Education Magazine is
Published quarterly bv- the vi
i
111
American Association for Jewish
Education, and is one of the oldest
Jewish lK-dagogical publications in
the country.
Schwarteman. who succeeds Dr J
Abraham P Cannes as editor, also#
serves on the executive committee
oi the National Council for Jewish
Education and is one of its former
vice presidents.


idayrjuly 1. 1966
+Jewl$ti noridUcnui
Page 15 3
i-
DON SHIRLIY
tncerts Slated
Miami Area
Musical activity in the Greater
ami area during this weekend
I he coining week features eon
s bj roups end soloists.
n Sunday evening, the Summer
as" Series will present Theodore
|el in a ran appearance with
symphony orchestra at the Mi-
Beach Convention Hall. Fea-
led with Bikel will !>< Barnett
skin, director, and the Miami
ci> Symphony Orchestra.
| Bikel, actor, folksinger, guitar-
author, lecturer and racon-
-, will present, among other
jsic, his hit record, "The
betry and Prophecy of the Old
(stament."
sater Miami Philharmonic
ns its second summer series of
riily Twilight Concerts at Mar-
Stadium on Saturday with "The
(sic of Georse Gershwin."
iarry John Brown, music direc-
of the Milwaukee Symphony.
ll conduct the orchestra, and so
(ft will be Holly Higgins. 18-year-
Miami pianist, who will play
apsody in Blue." as well as
etions from Gershwin's "I'orgy
Bess."
On the following Saturday,
uly 9, at the Marine Stadium,
he young pianist Don Shirley
'ill appear as soloist with the
tiilharmonic.
Shirley, whose musical erudi-
has won him admirers who
riKc from classicist Igor St ravin
to Duke Ellington, was warmly
Claimed when he played the
pshwin Concerto in F in La
ila Opera House last year.
The many faceted pianist heads
own Don Shirley Trio which
been playing to sell-out audi-
ts throughout the country since
1962-63 season.
Mose Solomon,
Former Athlete,
Dead at Age 65
Mose H. Solomon, general eoi
tractor for the Royal Cattle Sj
tern since 1938. died June 25 at the
age of 65.
A former major league baseball
player with the 1823 New York
Giants championship team, Mr.
Solomon went on to plav profes-
sional football as a triple threat
quarterback. He was also a noted
drop kicker, averaging a distance
of 50 yards The teams with which
he played later formed the Na-
tional Football League.
After giving up his career in
both football and baseball be-
cause of injuries, Mr. Solomon
came here in 1938 from Colum-
bus, O opening the firm of M.
Solomon General Contractors.
The following year, he built the
first of William Singer's Royal
Castle stands, eventually supervis-
ing the construction of close to 200
such stands throughout the South
Mr. Solomon lived with his wife.
Gertrude, at 21 Alhamhra Circle,
Coral Gables. He is also survived
by two sons. Joseph M. and Philip
S.: a daughter. Mrs. Rita Levine;
a brother. Max Solomon, both of
Columbus; two sisters, Mrs. Ruth
Cole, of Euclid, <>.. Mrs. Hose
Trager. of Columbus; and 12 grand
children.
Rabbi Sanford Seltzer officiated
at services on June 2fi at Gordon
Funeral Home, with burial Mt
Nebo Cemetery,
Zionist Leader
Abe Rubin Passes
Abe Rubin, a Miami Beach res
i ident for the past lti years, died
1 June 24 at the age of 75.
Originally of New Haven. Conn..
, Mr. Rubin was active for many
1 years in the Zionist Organisation of
America He served on the board
of the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
i trict. on the board of the Israel
I Institute Publishing Co.. and was a
member of the Israel Bond Com
mittee. and a trustee of Temple
B"nai Jacob in New Haven.
He was also affiliated with Tech-
nion. American Friends of the lie
brew University, Jewish National
Fund, and the Masons.
Surviving are his wife, Esther:
, a son. Lt. Col. David Rubin, of
' Washington. DC; a daughter. Mrs.
Libby Mures, of Los Angeles.
Calif.; and six grandchildren.
Services were held Sunday,
June 26. in New Haven.
MAXWELL WAAS
Waas and Slate
Seated by CPA's
Maxwell Waas. a 23-year resi-
dent of this area, was installed as
president of the Dade County
Chapter of the Florida Institute of
("citified Public Accountants on
June 27.
A Navy veteran. Waas attended
the University of Miami. }\c is a
past president of the Town Branch
of the YMIIA and a member of
the hoard of directors of Beth
David Synagogue.
Other officers installed at the
Dupont Plaza Hotel ceremonies
were Milton Hatfield. president
elect; Bernard Swichkow, vice
l ident; 1 Jerry Bloom, tiea-
rner Howard Mesh, secretary.
Directors: James Groh, James
Brinson, Robert Blacker Milton
Kublin and F.li Hurwitz
Attending the event was Frank
Schmidt, district director of in-
ternal Revenue
Abbott Qualifies Again
Harold Abbott has been notified
by C. C. Smith, executive vice
president of the National Associ-
ation of Life Underwriters, that
he has again qualified for the Na-
tional Quality Award granted "in
recognition of quality life under-
writing service to the public as
evidenced by an excellent record
of maintaining in force and ex-
tending the benefits of life insur-
ance Abbott is president of Ab-
bott. Bitter and Associates, as well
as general manager for the Miami
Biscayne Branch of the Canada
Life Assurance Company.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN TME COUNTY JLCOE'S COURT
IN ANi; FOR DACF. COUNTY.
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M .mi Hi ... h, r lorlda
Wtornc) tor the Plaintiff
LEGAL NOTICI
IN THE Jl'DGE S CObFT
IN AM? FOR DAD1 COL".
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71155-A
\ l\
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Vll lltl Vll Pel Mi
ng 'I in,.- i ii ml Aga
Said
-, i iiiiin- and dema" -
ii hli-li ii havi .- iii- iii'
i ill I "Rl II LINK .......--'I III
i ....I. i'on Florida, In thi 'on
ly Judge* "i lluile Countv. and
iii. -.ihi. in diipllcati und i prov
in Section ;::; mi ituli
tin ir offli In Hi. Count} '"ii I
Dade County, Florida. n-lthin
ii
of
lhe ai
i iu-
ii.. ti.
ari li.-r. In
I. rk
Horldii
nli ndur n mil ha from 11-
flrai puhl'.-iitlon hereof, or
will lie hari tl
l mt, .I in M .imi. Florida,
day ..f June, .v.l> lti<
M vi;v i link
Ax K.\e'tilii\
Piral publication of Ihla
! nli da} of June, '
.-IVtilN. HVVS A; iIISI'M iVV II!'-,
Vttm-nej for I latate
:: l Ainu ] llulldlng
.. i : --
IN THE COUNTY JUCGE S COUPT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. A7I391
In RK I'-' H.....
rcniKNE mi Mi'i ivvi:i:
I '. (-1 ;i-.-.l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To .VI! 'i dll All l*< i
Havlnu i 'la i......r HemtindH Agali -1
Said i:-i.,-.
Veil are notified and
(plireil i" |-.|-eai n .111> I'lalnm and
in.i n.N ivhh'h '-ii roav iia i-i ica
Hi.- Kt'i :i:.n i: Ml vi \* i\\
,1. i'i -. i. |i of | lade i 'ou Kin
lo Hi. i 'ount} Judge* of |i
i *. and i... Ihi aa mi in du;i|icati
.,- ih-i iv Idi .1 n Si !'!.
.i. .- .in Ihi I offli ~ in ih. i '..ii
>uai in I IhiIi Co ii .. I'I.
'I.i. -\ thin -.\ caleud nth I
in ihi
n-ll '.. liaried
Uiaml, Kloi
IHI i \ I I
i-'i:\\'-i:s 11 i i.m\ i :i;
K.W 57th I
Mian I, i
v- Kxei utrlx
Kii imblii it ion 'In- in ilu -
i>l lutv '.u.'
i: r ITT K vll MAN
': itri.\
:;i7 lllaca} Rulldii

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH!
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT \
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 6555
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
l.l'IS S VI..V. I
I'I..Ill I'' I
7 i -v I -.-:_
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE KB1.INA I'KRKZ de s'VI.V
I '. i. ii.i,in
GOODE
trvices For
:ob Booth
Services for Jacob C. Booth M,
1424 Blue Rd.. who died June
l were held on Swnday, June 26.
Riverside Douglas Rd. Chapel.
Mr. Booth, who came here from
York City 17 years ago. start-
as credit manager for The
liami News in 1S1 and later
lat year was named comptroller,
I position he held until his death
|st week.
ll Nw York, ha had b*n a
ending officer and attistant
Mthier with the Public National
^antc and Trust Co.
[Up had served as president of
}' Miami Retail Credit Assn., as
fe president of the National
sn. of Credit Men. and was a
pmber of the Kiwanis Club, the
pppers Club, an organization of
t'tropolitan credit men, and of
It' Miami Chamber of Commerce.
I He is survived by his wife, Betty,
^daughter, Mrs. Virginia Hoff.I
ledina, O.; four grandchildren, I
' Smith, Betsy Hoff, Richard
and Mimi Brown.
i: v Hill IV V ItARTI iN. 70, form; I
...... liili i of Temple Beth Kl,
vv I'alm Hmu I 'l U i'i" -:'' In
' 'in. ago hen- In .i- V l-iMn-
tivi .i. cording i" word recelv <
Ii, r. b) Rabbi Hyman Klahnian
praaenl ieini-l rnl'l.i. Born In the
Ukraine, Kovl*l Union, Rabbi Uoodv
|,i(..,.l 111. bar ;i~ "ilal'ii e*
ation shortly aftei oonalna '" ihln
oountry, but contlnuad hN Inlereat
in .i.-wihIi K|.|rUn.il matters. He in
survived hy his U'lla Uoae of VV.
I'alm Hea.h. two dnnghteni and i'i
mi.iih. ail of Ohinaao.
FELDMAN
1IL AIJtKKT A., Hi. of i!>."i NK
IVSth 'rir.. di.d .inn, M. a raaldi ni
here for the jias' H years, lie o.iin.
oriKinally (mm liroohlyn, N.Y.. and
was head of th" Dapai Bliailt of
Ani'-iin KioioKy und former chief of
atari of tho Owtt-otuithio lloapltal of North Miami Beach. He
was a fanner president of ili I'a.ie
(jaunty Qateopathlc Madical Aaeo-
eiatton. fellow of the American Col-
Ivge of Oateopatha and Anealheel-
oloicisis. member of the Kleriiia is
i.'Hmilii'' Medical AsaoaJatlon .ind
the American Qateooathle Aaaacla-
Uon. I ir l-Vldman irni.tuat.d from
the I'hiUdeiphia ColleKc of Oateo-
i..iih> in ::i|7. .ui'i practiced in iho
Greater Miami area slnot 1S6I, hav*
Ina I" en ii founder ..f tlie Maanolia
HoapUal in vived by hiK wife. Koh.Tia David: dauifhteraj Dehra an.i l'a-
trlce: brotherM, Dr, Kenneth Ja3
Faldiuaa, of 1a.uk inland, and Leon-
id.1 rVldman, of Delaware; parenta,
Mr. and Mm. Bernard i-NliUiuin, of
Brooklyn, N V Hervlcea were June
_'s at Rlveralde, NB 19th Avo., with
Intermenl m Mt. Hebo Cenaotary.
jacobson, Mrs. Dorothy, of
1038 H'.lh St.. died June !6. Rlver-
alde
KUGELMAN. .Mrs. Roae M SI. of
ISM Colllna Ave., died June :'i.
Riveraidi
GREENBAUM. Reuben, 18,
Colllna Ave died June -: Blaahi
LEVINSON. Jacob A *-'. of iWl I
Pennarlvaala Ave., died Juni
Riverside.
ROssman, Mtnnle, B*, ( TO MB
139th St.. died June :'4 Rlvi I
streiff, Murray .1 of MM Merld
Ian A\c. died June 13 Riveraidi
SHULMAN, Rita Mae. 3r.. of 7000 KW
9th Ave.. di.-d June M, Rlveralde.
BORINSKY, CTharlee. 61. of the Im
I'.-ri il Houne and tl-uiuje. N.J., died
June 16.
BATTALION. Sun.....I M -. of 1754
Vlarai ill.> In died June -'-' Blaa
i. m
LYONS, l-'rank, 89, nl -'''l" SVV i-'ili
Si di. .1 June :': (lordon.
miller. John i' Jr., 33, of 12......
NK 16th Ave., died June 21 Cordon
tarriff. Urns I e, 71, of 'ni svv Ith I
St., died June _'l'. Kervlcea In tli-nok-
Iv n. lo.rilon
GREENSPAN. Jennie, 69 "I 9HI IVi I
,V\. ., died Jum -" Rival -nl. .
RUBIN9TEIN. lakli re, 18, of II.'".
Prairie Ave .ii. .1 June :''. Serv ici h
in New v,.iii City. lUverelde.
BURKE. Son.-. 7v .! H.KH S\V IWth
\i. .. died Ii..... SO lierdcii
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT'
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA. IN PROBATE
No. 71375-C
In III-:: Katate of
ANN V VVIUI.KK ROSS
Dneeaacd.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'., vii Creditora and vll I'rraoni
llavln.- Clatma or I>niiand.s Axaiaal
daid Batatei
V.ni are hi reby notified and re-
Quired t" pres.ni any claims and de-
mands which vou may have attains)
the aatate of ANNA WIObKR R<*M
deieased late of I hide County, Kl..rlda.
10 the County Juditea of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the name In dupllcati and
as provided in s,'.-ti,.ii 733.16, Klorlda
si..t ne... in thi ir oifi.-.. in the County
I'oiii'ihouse in I ladr County, Klorida,
within i\ '-.iienilar nuMitha froni the
rim*, of iii. f'i-sf nnblieai ..ii hi roaf,
or ih.- sain, will ii.- barred.
D.it.d .ii Miami, Klorlda, iliis 29th
la> ..f Juno, Mi. 1968.
i-lr.st publication ol tin--* notice on
the JOUi il.t\ '!' .Ii...... 19W
nHOROK I T.M.IANiil'F
i' torue) for Batecutor
4?o Uneolu Roatl. Miami Beach, Pla.
T'l-H-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
No-nii: is iii:kki!V tHVKN that
ih. ui..i.-isi^n, *i. deairliujc to>n-.. in
hualnesi under the fictitious nann of
I- ui' h ii i"':' s.vi.oid liulldlna.
Miami. Florida mtendfl to rajtiatei said
i: an. with the Clerk of thi I'li-.iilt
("ourt of Ihtde County, Kl.o du
l:i SINK.S.-S MAN'S citKldT
BUREAU, DUCOKJHJRATKD
A KloridA Cor|>oratii'ii
Hy: KoltKItT I.. ROSl-TNItKUd
rreeldcnt
MAX A. CAlilt
Attomeya for Husiness Man's Credit
Bureau, Inc., a Florida Corp,
7/1-8-15-23

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No.KC 6715
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR CHANGE OF NAME.
. In the Matter of:
Cbamriiuz Name of PAUL
IIROIUPKEK, sonieiim. -
known as I'AUL OARDNER,
, t" PAUL fi vi:ii.m:i:
In WHOM IT MAY CONCERN;
Notice im hereby given that the
I and. rsii: ned P. tit inner, I 'il' I. ilti >|:-
Ki.i:. wli.'... reaidem-e ad.lreaa is
l|i." 71st Htreet, Miami I:..,, h |i.-,,|..
lounty, K!.,i i.i.i. Intends to asolj to
Hi. Honorable M'illlam v ll. t in ',,.
"i Hi. Judge* .,f the Kl-wnili Judicial
'.'"mi. m and for Dade County,
Florida, al bis office In the Imdi
oumj Conn Hous,., Miami. Florida
"} ,'.....I '" I' ^ on Hi. 2th dm
." July, I'".... ,- H .,, ,, ,..,,,. ,,;
lie ni.i.i i beard, for on order chanc-
ing: hla name ir..... PAUL C.ROBIKKH,
" I'Al'l- 'l.vitl.NKit. bj which nann
he ahull thi reafter be known.
i'.'i-.i al Miami. Dad. county. ITIor-
i Ida, iins 24th day of Ju \ n
s I'.vil HROIUKKKII
, ., P< Uii.....-r.
v Ii i ir i 'v i \ i:
An..i i,.i for i', iiii.m. r
; > "i.......,,,k Bulldina
' Kloridn
Phon.
7/l-S-l
Circuit court, eleventh
judicial circuit,
dade county. fla.
No. 60C 5972
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
V vi:\ I.. M isi: I'AKKIMI
Plolntil I.
I .-
i:.vi.vii:i LAMAR I'Vltlll.-n
i '.-I. n.i.ini.
TO I EMMKTT I.VM vi: PARR1SH,
(' o Mis. Ia\ llamnnxk. 1407 K.i-.l
Htreet, K.ncii. Alabama, are notified
in serve ;.....pj of yoiu1 answer i" I
Divorce Coraplainl filed a0ainal you]
n I'lainiiff. attorney, rtRoROl-:
Vli'lli'l.VS. : N VV i?ih Ave., Mi-
ami. Kla.. and ill.- orlirin.il uiih Clerk
..f this Court ,.n or h.f.ir.. July 13,
1966, i.ih.-i i\ i-. i-omoloint will be oon-
fee 'l by you.
DATED June 6. I'"-:
K It. LEATIIBRMAN, I'lerk
By: MAIUil'KKrTK k'KNT. lie.
K'l'i -17-L'l 7 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 70S54.A
In Hi;. ISi.n. of
Kl 'lIl'Ni'i: I. DEARTH !! V
D. -. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn vll Cretrltors and aii Persons
lliivim: Clainisi it Demands Against
Said Katate:
Von are hereby notified xml reonliel
'i :- -' iii any claims "id demands
whi.-h ion in.ii hay. against the es-
tate of l'l.(ii:i-\.'K I. DBAKKORN
deceased late >.i iia 'I l-KI IN \ l'i:iMV. .1. SAI.A
Cull. R No 9626
Sail .1 .1.111 lie ll... I ') ...
Si ii Miguel del I'a.lr.'ii
Ilu ana. I 'uba
Yi m;i-: HBRKIIY notified I
' '........ami for DiV. r< Ii.i- i" I i. fii
again si j on, and } on an h. r. bj
im .-I t-. s. i-v.-a ...|,v of your niitu
to ih.- Conipl. mi on iii.- Piaintil
attorney, i.ksii:i: RtMlERS, who-,
address Is 999 N.W. nili Street, M -
Mini. Florida, and fib the original i
the AiiHWer in Hi. offlei of the '"I. K
of ill. i-'.l. v< nth Judicial Circuit in
for I iad< Count}. Klorldo, on
before the .'Mli da.v of July, 1906, n
default of which Ihe Complainl il
In- taki ii as unfessi ,i i,\ \ ou
DATED this L'l.i day of June, If
K II I.EATHKRMAN
i'i. ( ilu '' '. uli Court
j c P. iiiI'i:i..vmi
6 24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 6558
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ri is v i.ri-: itioiKv..
Plaintiff, |
JAMES tl RICHEY,
1 Ion >v.
Vlllag. Illinois
l" ndanl
V": UIK HKREKY NOTIFI1
lhal .i i 'omplalnl foi Dlxurci has
Hi ugalnsi you ami you .
d to i-i .i opj hi x i -
--'v i ..i pleading i" .....I'lanil ..
the Plaintiff's attornevs, vviirri
v.'Ki. and ROBBINS, I'alm Spi
PnifeKsional Building, 801 vv. -i isi
.sn.. i, Hialeah, I lorlda, and file 'ii
original Vnsvvcr ami pleading in lin
office of il,- Clerk ..i th- Cin-UM
Court on or before th. 28th daj
July, 1900. |f >on Cull io do s... jiatg-
m. ni bj .1. fault wnl he tnki n again -
""i rr Hi. relief demanded in th i
' ..mi'..ilnt.
DONE ami ORDKUKD In ChamKers
.ii M .inn. Dade County, Florida, tli -
.'-IM day of June. lH6.
E B. Ij-Ivnii-MIM w. Clerk
Ci.....'..irt of I 'al.- County, Klorl- i
By C P COPELAND
; .'i 7/1-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71jaa.B
In RE I slat,. ,)f
IIAJUtV C FLlTiin
Deceused.
NOTICE TO CRECITORS
I" All Credit..is ^n.i All I'orwin-
Haviiut CUtlnis or li.-nian.K Agalu-i
s.. i.i i stati
Vou ar*. hereby notified and re-
quired I., t.resent any claims and -.
in.iiHls which you may hnv. against
the estate of HAItllY C. FLUHR
deceased late of Dade Couniv, Florida
! tin t.'ounty Jii.kjue ,,f |..,,|,. -,.
iv. and file the in duplicate an I
Ida, to the County Judaea of ...... V '" ,i',''rt in s.-.-ii,.,, -,-: Klnt-hl
n ,iu.....at< "':':.'". '' "".'' offlcaa iii the Co
County, and file lie wini
and as provided In Mertlon
l-'iori.la Statutes, in their office* iii
the (" iii i v i '"'
t... Florida, within si\ calendar
months from the lime ( n .
pubUi at ion here.il .., the aami a UI
be Ii.i -,l
Dated at Miami, Plorlda, ilu.- :'isi
day of June, v I ittii
V IH. 1INIA LKR POBNBR
As K/\. i-'itriv
First pnl.Ih .ti.in ,,f Hii^ notice ":i
Ih* '.'Jin! day June, IS66.
ARONOVTTZ, sii.vh:i! a SCHER
Attorney for K\.,utri\
607 Alnaley Buildins
6;t 7,1-8-15
.111
..... njaa In Dade Oountv. l-'i'-i
Ithln six call nd u months froi
thi time of the first publication h<
of, or ; hi aim. a mi be bari ed
Dated ,,t Miami. Florida, this
da) "i 11.n. ..vii 1966
CKL1A 11 FI.UIIR
i:i>vvaki> FLUHR
l.< iBKRT l. l-'i.i'Hi;
vs Bxecutora
Flrsl publication of this notloe on
the 1st ,i;,i ,.f July, 1966
11 Alt. u.11 SHAPIRO
Ati"riic\ t..r Exacutora
ttl Ll.....I'i Itosd
Miami Beach, Florida
; 1-8-15-22


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