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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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T "Jewish Flaridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
lume 39 Number 26
Miami, Florida. July 8, 1966
Two Sections f ~
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JOHN F. KENNEDY MEMORIAL
CHIEF JUSTICE WARREN IN ADDRESS
Memorial to JFK
Opened in Israel
JERUSALEM (JTA) Chief
Justice Earl Warren of the United
States and Prime Minister I^evi
Kshkol dedicated Monday the
John P. Kennedy Memorial in the
.'udean Hills before an assemblage
I 2.000 persona
Hundreds of visitors from the
United States attended the cere-
mony under a broiling sun. as did
Ministers. Chief Rabbi Iser
Yehuda Untcrmann and many
lr oi!.i r leading personalities. The
,-jAi-monal and the surrounding
J( lin F. Kennedy Forest are gifts
i f the American Jewish commun-
ity and created by the Jewish Na-
lonal Fund. The idea was con-
ceived by the late Max Brassier,
of Chicago, president of the Amer-
ican JNF. who died last year.
Addressing the audience, Chief
Justice Warren said: "We choose
to do this on the American In-
dependence Day but also in
honor of the independence of
Israel and other free nations. We
are all confronted here by his-
tory because this is the birth-
place of the world's three relig-
ions on which our own civiliza-
tion it based and which contrib-
uted the all-important principle
that all people are God's chil-
Continued on Pag* 13 A
Uproar Over 'Leak'
Of Dimona Inspection
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Israel Government instructed the
l-rael Embassy in Washington this
week to investigate a "leak" to
the press about an "inspection" of
the atomic reactor at Dimona by
engineers of the United States
Atomic Energy Commission,
Government officials here
pointed out that the leak of news
about an American visit was con
trar> to an understanding between
the United states and Niael that
i visits must be kept secret
ials called the trip .i \ isil and
not an inspection.
The officials also said that the
report wa$ inaccurate in that it
aid the first United States visit
to Dimona was mads in 1964. I*-
r'li sources insisted that the
Argentine Jews Tense
As Arrests Mounting
MONTEVIDEO (JTA) Jew-
ish leaders in Buenos Aires sought
Monday to calm fears among Ar,
gentina'S 500.000 Jews evoked by
arrests of six directors of a Jew-,
ish led credit union cooperative
and a number of Jewish shopkeep-,
ers in Buenos Aires, according to
reports reaching here from the Ar-
gentine capital. The police actions
followed the military coup last
Tuesday against President Arturo
, Illia.
Jewish spokesmen in Buenos
Aires noted that three of the six
arrested directors of the Institute
for the Mobilization of Cooperative j
Funds were Christians. Some Jew-
ish observers said that banking and
other commercial foes of the co-
operatives had encouraged anti-
Semitic activities as a weapon
against the credit union in the past.
The shopkeepers were arrest-
ed Friday in a largely Jewish
shopping arcade in Buenos Aires.
All of those detained were being
held incommunicado in police
headquarters in the capital and
no formal char.ges have been
filled.
Rumors of the arrest of the co-
operative union directors spread in
Buenos Aires Thursday but were
denied by police. Yesterday, police
officials said they thought the di-
rectors were imprisoned for al-
legedly shipping "$50,000,000 out
of the country during the bank
Continued on Page 6-A
Beigin Resigns Post
As Herut Party Chief
first visit occurred in 1961. The
! dates are considered important
here because David Ben-Gurion
was premier in 1961.
Political sources stressed that
I no regular arrangements for
United States visits to Dimona
have been made by Israel. The
visits are permitted only as a
courtesy from Israel to the United
States, the sources said It was
emphasized that, since 1961, occa-
sional visits have been made not
only by Americans hut also by nu-
clear experts from other countries;
and that such visits have been
made nol only to Dimona but also
t.. the Israel research institute at
Nahal Sorek, the Weizmann In-
stitute Ol .silence and Other m
stallations.
Mayom, the newspaper of Gahal.
the political merger <>f the right-
Continued on Page 5-A
TEL AVIV (JTA) -The eighth
convention of the right wing Herut
Party ended here with an outward
show of unity despite an apparent
impasse in the party's internal af-
fairs and the reaffirmation by
Menachcm Beigin over the week-
end of his decision to resign as
leader of the party.
The 612 convention delegates
charged the new 107-member cen-
tral committee with reconvening
the convention later this year to
elect a party chairman. In the final
balloting, the delegates rose to
their feet to demonstrate their
support of an appeal to Mr. Beigin
to withdraw his resignation from
the chairmanship and decided to
hold the post vacant temporarily.
The former leadership of the
party and the opposition bloc
agreed to constitute a new cen-
tral committee with each side
providing 46 members and the
15 Herut members of the Knes-
set, Israel's Parliament, also
coopted to serve on the commit-
tee. The resignation of Mr. Bei-
gin leaves Knesset Deputy
Speaker Arveh Ben-Eliezer as
the dominant figure in the in-
cumbent national leadership but
his candidacy for the chairman-
ship of the national executive is
beir.3 challenged by Shmuel Ta-
mir, the Israeli attorney who
heads the internal opposition
group.
Beigin resigned this week as
chairman of the right wing party
in a dramatic announcement at the
SHAZAR ON TOUR
Chile, Israel
In Statement
Of Amity
SANTIAGO DECHILE (JTA)
An official communique pledging
the Governments of Israel and
Chile to work together for world
peace and urging settlement of
conflicts between nations through
peaceful negotiations completed
the formal phase of Israeli Pres-
ident Zalman Shazar's state visit
to Chile Monday.
The Israeli President continued
his tour of Chile with a visit to
the seashore resort city of Val-
paraiso where it was disclosed that
he had cancelled his scheduled
visit to Argentina because of poli-
tical conditions there stemming
from the military coup which top-
pled President Arturo Illia's re-
Continued on Page 9-A
Continued on Page 11-A
Orthodox Rabbis Suggest
Eve on College Campus
FALLSBURG, N Y UTA)
it Judaism is to win the hearts and
minds of educated Jews, "we must
turn our attention more to the
campus than to the synagogue," an
Orthodox rabbi told the annual
convention here of the Rabbinical
Council of America this week.
Dr. Norman I.amm. associate
professor of philosophy al Yeshiva
University and associate rabbi of
the Jewish Center of New York,
also told his HOO rabbinical col-
leagues that among the 365,000
.lews now in American universities,
secularism and doubt were ramp
ant and questioning frequent.
He said such trends most be
fought by more use of the lecture
than the sermon. "In our en-
counter with the young intellect-
Continued on Pa^e 10-A
$50 Million
Trade Deal
With Egypt
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
State Department disclosed this
week that "commercial arrange-
ments" are being made with
Kgypt. through the Commodity-
Credit Corporation, for an esti-
mated $50,000,000 worth of food,
mainly wheat, corn, vegetable oil
and tobacco Repayment mill be in
dollars.
The Department spokesman
stressed thai this deal was unre-
lated to the continuing study of the
pending surplus food request from
Egypt.
The U.S. Government Com-
modity Credit Corporation will
cover $50X00,000 in food pur-
chaser by Egypt with 10 percent
of the cost oaid in advance. The
remainder will be p.id over a
period of three years.
The Commoditj I 're lit i 'o
Continued on Pa^e 6-A
Marranos Give Up Their Secret Status
ABBA HAN
expresses dissatisfaction
JERUSALEM (JTA) Twenty
eight Marranos"" Spanish Jews
who secretly maintained some ties
with Judaism arrived this week
in Haifa. They are the first since
the Spanish Inquisition to emigrate
to Israel and formally readopt the
Jewish faith.
The four Chuetta families. Jews
forcibly converted to Christianity
i during the Inquisition, came from
Talma de Majorca in the Ballearic
Islands They are part of a group
of 40 other similar families await-
ing transportation to Israel.
The emigration was organized
by the Association for Righteous
Converts to Judaism in coopera-
tion with the Jewish Agency.
The four families left Haifa im-
mediately after arrival for new
housing units set aside for them
in Ness Ziona.
Sixteen members of the group
will he circumcised this week in
rejoining the Jewish religion from
which their families and ancestors
had been separated for more than
500 years.
Francisco Milac. 43. leader of
the group, told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency that "for genera-1
tions. my family knew we were
Jews, though we had no religious
training and we did not observe
any Jewish holidays. In fact." he
added, "until a few weeks ago we
did not even know of the existence
of Yom Kippur but in spite of
this we felt like Jews and are
proud to be so "
The first time the group ever
Continued on Page 3-A


Poge 2-A
fJentet fhrAUsr
Friday, July 8, |$
CJA Lists '67 Allocations to Agencies
Allocations amounting to SI.-
A40.498 for 1966 were announced
this week by Joseph M. Lipton.
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
The allocations were approved
by Federation's board upon recom-
mendation of its budget commit-
tee, of which Norton Pallot and
airy B. Smith served as chair-
man and vice-chairman respec-
4ively.
Lipton said this was the largest
amount ever allocated in the his-
tory of Federation, except for the
years when there were UJA emer-
gency campaigns.
The largest source of these
funds is Federation's Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign, which
will raise somewhat in excess of
$1,587,000 this year. The next
largest source of support is
United Fund, which will supply
$324,000 for four local agencies
which are jointly financed by
Federation and Fund.
United Jewish Appeal, with its
vast network of overseas services,
is Federation's largest single bene-
ficiary. I'JA will receive S626.H66
from the 1966 Campaign, or some
S66.700 more than last year.
Federation Eyes Award Nominees
JOStPH UPTON
Nominations are now being re-
ceived for the 1966 Presidents'
Leadership Award of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, accord-
ing to an announcement this week
fcy Joseph If. Lipton, Federation
president.
The award is made annually,
when merited, to the outstanding
young person in the Jewish com-
munity. Lipton explained that the
objectives of the Award are:
(a) To give recognition to young
people of outstanding promise who
have shown active interest in. and
devotion to, Greater Miami Jewish
j Federation. Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, and to the Jewish communal
agencies of Greater Miami; (b) to
reward exceptional service ren-
dered by young people to either
of the aforementioned organiza-
tion* or agencies: (c) to make it
possible for young people to ac
quire greater insight into the vari-i
ous areas of Jewish communal en-1
deavor in the wider focus of the young people towards further and
total American Jewish scene; and, continuous communal interest and
(d) to stimulate and inspire these activity.
m
REFORM JUDAISM SPEAKS OUT
Rabbis Hit Escalation
NEW YORK (JTA) The heads of the congregational and
rabbinic bodies of Reform Judaism denounced this week the new
bombings and escalation of the Viet Nam war, and expressed
regret that President Johnson had succumbed to the will of the
"Washington militarists."
Both Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath, president of the Union
of American Hebrew Congregations, and Rabbi Jacob J Wein-
stem president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis,
ermed the new bombings a "drastic and dangerous escalation of
the war. Both leaders felt that the new bombings "increase the
dangers of a wider war."
Limited to persons between the
ages of 25 and 40. the award con-
sists of a trip to the General As-
sembly of the Council Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds, which
annually attracts the outstanding
Jewish laymen of the United States
and Canada.
The General Assembly will be
held this year in Los Angeles from
Nov. 16 to 20. The entire award
program is underwritten by the
presidents of Federation.
Nomination blanks for the award
can be secured from the Federa-
tion office. Ktl7 Biscayne Blvd.
Deadline for submission of nomina-
tions to the awards committee is
July 31.
Prior winners of the Presidents'
Leadership Award are Martin
Fine. 1H57: .Mrs Sue Stevens. 1958;
Marshall S. Harris. 1962; Daniel
Neal Heller. 1963; Norton Pallot.
1964; and Sam Luby Jr.. 1965.
Lipton paid tribute to Jay I Kis-
iak, 1966 CJA campaign chairman,
and his entire organization, "for
making these increased allocations
possible 10 Federations local, na-
tional and overseas beneficiaries."
Federation's local agencies also
will receive significant increases
for 1966. it was pointed out by Pal-
lot. who >aid local agencies will
receive $784,798. or S57.500 more
than last year. This includes one
new program, the Community
Chaplaincj Service.
Local agency allocations for
1966 are Community Chaplaincy
Service, $5,391; Bureau of Jewish
Education, 189.146; Jewish Family
and Children's Service. S179.030:
Jewish Home for the Aged -
677: Jewish Vocational -
S53.710: National Council
ish WomenSer\ice to \
icans. S3.000; Mount Sin
tal. 1144.000; and You
and Young Women's Hebrew
sociation. S228.844.
German-Israel Center
MUNICH (JTA) A West
German-Israel Youth Center has
been established here to increase
understanding between the youth
of the two nations. Sponsors are
Alfons Goppein, Premier of Bav-
aria, and the German poet, Erich
Kaestner. It is also planned to es-
tablish soon a West German-Israel
Cultural Center.
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Friday. July 8. 196a
* Jewish meridian
Page 3-K
Charles Rosenthal Passes at 90
Chaplair. (Copt.) Samuel Sobel (left\ first rabbi commissioned
as chap!r_-. in the Regular U.S. Navy Chaplains Corps, shown
being congratulated by Maj. Gen. Charles E. Brown, chief of
Aimy Chaplain, and chairman of Armed Forces Chaplains
Board, c:: bis appointment as executive director of the board.
Marranos Reveal
Ancient Secret
Continued from Page 1-A
visited sy.apogue a- in Mar
Bailies, prior to embarking for Is-
rael He said that the awakening
<>t Jewish conviousnes among the
Marranos hemmed partly from
films about Israel which they saw
on Spanish television.
The dec on to settle in Israel
developed from a chance meet-
ing with i. visiting Tel Aviv
physician. Dr. Confine, who be-
came interested in them and
contacted the Association for
Righteous Converts. The Associ-
ation sent its president. Or. Ben
Zeev, to Ptflma. He assured him-
self of their direct descent from
prelnquisit.cn Jews.
The Association contacted the
Jewish Agency which arranged for
transport and housing Campos
Garcia, another member of the
group, told the jta thai members
of the group believed "there are
more than 300.000 conscious Mar-
ranos in Spain today and most of
them wish to emigrate to Israel.
We are only the first wave of a
huge movement."
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Sen. Javits Wants
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WASHINGTON fJTA) New
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thai any bid he made for national
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When the question was raised In
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Charles Rosenthal, founder of
Riverside Memorial Chapels, one
of the nation's largest funeral es-
tablishments, died at his home
Tuesday. June 28. in his 90th year.
Mr. Rosenthal. who started his
funeral business in 1897 on New-
York's lower East Side, was among
pioneers in modernizing funeral
practices and developing the pro
totype of the modern funeral chap
el. He moved his establishment
twice, first to Harlem and then to
122nd St. and Lenox Ave New
York.
In 1926, Mr. Rosenthal ac-
quired the property at 76th St.
and Amsterdam Ave., where he
built a modern four-story struc-
Court to Weigh
Falasha Status
JERUSALEM (YVNSi Liti-
gation that may open the way to
an Israel Supreme Court ruling
on the religious Status of Falasha
Jews in Israel was launched here
this week on the heel of refusal
by the Jerusalem Religious Coun
cil to register a marriage contract-
ed by a Falasha Jew in Israel.
The Falashan Jew was married
at a private ceremony when the
Israel rabbinate would not permit
him to get married under Jewish
religious law on the ground that
Falashas were not full members
of the Jewish community. When
the Religious Council refused to
register his marriage, he applied
for and received an order to show
cause from the Israel Supreme
Court directing the Chief Rabbin-
ate and the Religious Council to
explain the refusal.
In another order the court di-
rected the two agencies to show
cause why the Falasha Jew should
not be allowed to have a legal
wedding ceremony under state rab-
binic auspices Falasha Jews are
claiming to be of Jewish descent
and of being circumcised
ture containing family rooms and
chapels. It was from this loca-
tion that he expanded his busi-
ness, building additional chapels
in Brooklyn, Bronx, Long Is-
land, Westchester and Florida.
During this time, his sons. Fid-
ward and Morton, and his nephew.
Carl Grossberg, joined him in the
business and took an active part
in the acquisitions of new chapels
it was also at this time that his
sons-in law. Maxwell Passerman
ami William Peldstein, joined him.
Several years ago. Riverside
joined with the Kinney System tn
form the Kinney System Corpora-
tion. Under the presidency of
Steven .1. Ross, Mr Rosenthsl's
.grandson-in-Iaw, the corporation
began a new period of diversifica-
tion and acquisition.
With advancing years. Mr. Ros-
enthal assumed a less active role
in business, although he remained
a Riverside director until his
death. He also remained in phil-
anthropic work all his life, con-
tributing to Jewish and non-
sectarian organizations.
He was sexton of Temple Shaaray
Tefila for over 50 years, a mem-
ber of Piatt Lodge of the Masons
and belonged to the Grand Street
Boys. Naphtali Idge 10. Free Sons
of Israel, the New York Lou-
RPOE, Jewish Theatrical Guild,
and many other organizations.
Mr. Rosenthal is survived by
his wife, Corinne K.; two sons,
Edward and Morton; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Maxwell Passerman
and Mrs. William Feldstein, of
Cedarhurst, L.I.; a step-son, Ber-
trand Flusser; 12 grandchildren
and 11 great-grandchildren.
Services were held Thursday,
June .'{(I, in Temple Shaara\ Tel
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Volume 33
Number 2:
Friday.July 8, 1966
20 Tamuz 5726
AJC's Return to NCRAC
Fold is 'Phenomenon'
The return of the American lew-
.=: Committee to the ranks of the
Ni"..anal Community Relations Ad-
v eery Council is a phenomenon in
. ;;me. It does not seem clear to
not Committee's member1'- in
-.AC will make a sir:..- ant dif-
..ce in its policies oi method of
cr jration.
.'."evertheless, an important ;-.-hism
. been knit after a fourteen-year
period.
:r. 1952, following a study by Prof.
Mcclver, of Columbia University,
National Community Relations
" .^:cry Council suggested a divi-
of responsibility among the
_.v._rella organization's affiliate
:::.es. Both the America:-. Jewish
Cc-mittee and Anti-Defamation
Lercue of B'nai B'rith refused :o ac-
cer:"the Maclver report findings on
:.-.4 basis that it would limit their
c.::nomy.
Since then. AJCommittee has been
c deader among community relations
cr.r other Jewish agencies in the
battle against overall community
ccuncils against the principal that any one
crcup speaks for the Jewish community as a
v.--cle and can define the limits of individual
c.-ccnizations in the field.
The American Jewish Committee return to
:..: iold hardly suggests, as we have indicated,
thai AJC is now willing to submit to limitation.
;-.;, of necessity, it does at least indicate some
basic agreement with the idea, however still
ur.cefined, that overall Jewish community
needs are occasionally best served by a stud-
lec. approach to problems studied in the
sense that such approaches remain tempered
and subject to behind-the-scenes coordination
with the thinking of others.
In principal, possibly, American Jewish
Committee would disagree with this statement
b* the issue. But in practice, we have seen
American Jewish Committee operate in pre-
cisely this orderly and responsible fashion in
our own community, and have little reason to
assume it does not operate similarly elsewhere.
The return to NCRAC is therefore possibly
oniy a gesture. It is, however, also in accord
wi;h AJC's continuing performance as a com-
munity relations agency.
THE SOWZZ
(after J/F. Millet)
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relations
Morgenthau's Birthday
The recent 75th birthday of Henry Morgen-
thcu Jr. is worthy of note.
Perhaps the overlying thought that occurs is
tnd we are still too close to the world-stirring
events with which he was so conspicuously
associated to gauge the full measure of his
service. For that, we shall have to wait perhaps
until the 900 volumes of the records of his
department during the war will have been
digested by the scholarly historians.
Meanwhile. Prof. Arthur Schlesinger has
perhaps presaged the ultimate verdict of Mr.
Morgenthau's role in history by the high praise
he recently gave to that record.
Every not too obtuse school boy is familiar
with the names of at least two members of
Lincoln's cabinet. Seward, the Secretary of
State, and Chase, the Secretary of the Treas-
ury.
Mr. Morgenthau, as Secretary of the Treas-
ury in Franklin Delano Roosevelt's cabinet
faced problems certainly not less challenging
than those which confronted Chase. The latter
had to finance the Union; while Morgenthau
had to finance many of the Allied governments
oo. who looked to richer America inevitably
lo; support. *
In the case of Chase, there was rivalry
between rum and Pres:ie- Lincoln. In the
case oi Morgenthau there Was affection be-
tween him and the Chief Executive. The Roosc-
velts and the Morcenthaus were
Hyde Park, and when FDR was struci-: down
Mrs. Roosevelt picked up the phone :::;: :f
all to notify the Morgenthaus.
It is worth something from a paroch: :i stand-
point that at a time when civilization I!
the most challenging cru,i the Jews faced cne even moie severe that :.'.
the right hand of Mr. Roosevelt there stood 3
Jew. But Henry Morgenthau Jr. rendered rr.o:?
than symbolic service to the Jews
CLOSER TO THE JEWISH HEART
After the war, when the Jews of the world
faced the great problem of the reconstruct^;-,
of Jewish life, Mr. Morgenthau came to the helm
of affairs, in helping raise the great sums need-
ed to bring some stability to Jewish life. He
served as general chairman of the United Jew-
ish Appeal from 1947 to 1950, and was c:-.e oi
the founders and first chairman of the boc-.i
of governors of the Israel Bond CrqamzaV-"
from 1951 to 1954.
Mr. Morgenthau was in truth one o: the
founders of present day Israel.
Many distinguished Jews, in their rise to
greatness, grow remote from their people.
Henry Morgenthau Jr., as the needs oi his
people increased, came closer to their hear.
Happy Birthday.
Time's Corrective Mechanism
One of the most painful chapters In the
history of Jewish martyrology has been the
bpanisn Inguisition.
Now a significant twi-t to that chapter h -s
been taken in Israel with the return to -he
land of a group of 28 Marranos who arrived
in the country with the radiant expectation ct
being reabsorbed into the ancient faith after
a lapse of some 500 years.
Accord^2 o one of the returnees, there
are some 500,000 conscious Marranos in Spam
today. most of them ^ tQ "^
thll? TY ^ ?n exa9gerated figure. Never-
theless, the s.gmixance of the story lies no'-.
;JS: buVin *e toct that no' even
a millemum has been able to extinau^
Jewish awareness, however sliaht 5 "?
tims of the brutal Inquisition 9' f ""-
History is frequently cruel. But it -s !
as frequently an instrument of iSaicoSol
Torquemadas among us win the b-"'
but happily they never win the
tends to be the corrective med:u;~
QunnQ tne WeeK Mayor Chuck H*U. There isn't
a man in the business uh>
could match the ubiquitous
Mayor's achievement. Win
hasn't seen his Rolls scooting
up and down the oceanfror^
as he makes the weekev i
rounds of Jewish organize
tional events in one hotel
and out another, up onto th i
>! me function and >f( the dais of another, his hand waving in
nt greeting and farewell? In between, when he meets a r; i
ial-minded type ; jlumly in the crowd. Mayor Hall waxes
tual and he has i right to.
I have myself, talked :> him about his academic achievements,
.(> a -tinier.', and -> teacher, the classics included, while th;
hall where hi illy met hopped with philanthrope
v ; lon'l forget the Greek ami Latin. Hut eueatly, for the
f-the-mill hap;'. rst rig with the joy of socializing, the
: out and taking it with the reat
- it, the Mayoi is pretty ambidextrous
n. Neithi r i- it ju>t a matter of the
,. : [y to wh:ch In- adapts him ell SO rea :::
to this is Political coosid<: ;'
i .ile< anuational events is another
::.. ir must h ncefo wai I be ;-.,,
'. -.muggli
It i> I i-hmeni mn to
:. ;. '. i 17 d
iurage to I
-. "ossiBiurt of -ice.;.-'.
C = EAi Bat! the i
.:nn all it?
he Trojans
will hav< their
Imagii : : a i.i'i
:. (ting S soi
liters
ws with him .
*' but over. Foi letting I
ip that verj evei
leposits is trusty sku
' '; isty I ads for
- '' I here :- -,', ii circumsta i mini I
..ion -
l!'- feels i !,,() to eheel
' Forgot ... with him into tion c
seclusion The -
' the Ma.i bv the Sout -
wi Inc III..... at on
: "-'-'" 'I rs -tew
caterers, and executive chefs I ,r hotels clubs
rants' i"lK',,': as, titui | ,,.,,._ Ma, ,
. aPPerance was i here b) ., mailing of the association
,;'' Paul : June 22 Boasts the invitation:
general meeting alls th- last Wednesdaj .f each rrn
1 be changed to t onto the Bath Club Calender.''
SIMStmm ADDtD TO tNNUI
|T CONTINUES: "Mr bula, c,ub manager, and master chef
h,,:.T;r'f'"a11b0!h meml '" ',f 1l"- .......ation have bent
ttards :M I"'-':' our monthh meeting" \r-t then
I,;'"" I'""-- ......ful Miami iachlLd
u""1 ,v :,!"'v ">..... price of the dinner." Of the i
.. ;' ""-"ation I Hon Mayor Chuck Hall in -
^alks are well known thro
" V "' and "" !"- n .nj poUticlans,"
Jvl 1tciSUi ,,S?" 'e,Abe ..,. *';,; VV I by Harvey Firestone In a stu.lv !
bvrhirS Va v'0>-k Times of February 2. I
;"h',ue\.r IT..' ^therwlth the Surf Club
. V. ,', \ ; ......- slightly younger and a lor
' "; each on the Atlantic Ocean and
, ,,';, the management hired bo i
"J" *""* "m while members were having dinner.'
T.?rS'? Sl ".....' 'h'b 600 fniliea -
ail ";;.:\:!:;! .b-dominated city
metropolitan area. It has the
est i,.ulvh ,. ':....... metropolitan area. It has the
...I;"''," the world However, there are no
UGorcecTuE." Surf Uub'the ^th Club, or the Indian Creel
, .......u iumi oi view
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IKVASION BY POSS/BU 0f40ir
:nnui is typical
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fve environment ,uch
Service I "on Fune 22 to speak
Ulfilltheex, /J-'. where he was
callei
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Friday. July 8. 1966
^Jenisii FhridKan
Faoe5-S.
A
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
JWV Scores Orange Bowl Committee
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
We. of the Greater Miami area.1
know the several "private clubs'"
which operate on Miami Beach,
and which under the guise of being
private, limit their membership ac-
(crding to their wishes.
We have taken no action, believ-,
ing these clubs to be of minor con-
sequence, and have instead turned
our attention to more important
items.
However, when a public orpani- be from throughout the world, then
cation such as the Orange Bowl Ihis becomes a matter to look into.
Committee plans function at one and is no longer of minor signifi-
i.t these clubs, as they have done cance.
with the Tennis banquet in con I have therefore sent the follow-
junction with Orange Bowl festiv, ing telegram to the Orange Bowl
ties, and when persons invited will Committee:
"The Department of Florida.
Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A..
urges the Orange Bowl Committee.
as an important civic activity of
this area, not to hold meetings or
other functions at private clubs
which restrict membership on the
basis of race, color, creed, or .-sti-
gion. With our boys fighting
dying in Viet Nam. such acti es
and encouragement of disci i I i-
tion make a mockery of our
fessed ideals. As the oldest i r e
veterans organization in the L" .,
we urge you to take immedi- ,,c-
tion to rescind."
IRVING M. COOPERViM
Commirftr
Department of F':-f>
Jewish War Veterans of U.3.*.
Report Rise in Unemployment
Uproar Over
Inspection 'Leak'
Continued from Page 1-A
..: g lit rut party and Mime of the
. iberal party members, denounced
. visits as "inspections," which
call* l Contrary to Israel's
nty and a blow to Israel's
fens
The riort si'd that the United
5a*es AC enqineers had found
^fafively" that the Dimona
plant was njt being used to
r c-'uee atomic weapons. The
entat;ve nature of the conclu-
l on was said to stem from the
;-gt!T>ent that once a year in-
rtc'.ons were inconclusive.
rhe 24.000-kilowatl Dimona re-
make plutonium, key el.'
I heoreti-
....;. the Dimona reactor could
n ugh plutonium for two
all atomic bombs each year
trtte] has alwaj insisted that it
- using the Dimona reactor solely
peaceful purposes
A new.- blackout MWIS ordered
eanwhile on a report to cabinet
bj Foreign Minister Abba Khan
report is believed to have con-
ned talks between Mr Khan
i nd United States Ambassador
alworth Barboui in which Eban
ressed dissatisfaction over the
American press ol de-
. \ sits i j eni ine rs <>f the
United states Atomic Energy Com-
ission to the Israeli nuclear re-
al Dimona
The Nrael Embassy in Washing-
will i \press Israel's "dissatis
.:. n ..nd concern" over the
ews leak, it was indicated here.
fi rmi 'i sources said that while
statement will not be a formal
ti at, it wnl be energetic, along
"i lines hi the discussion between
an and Ambassador Barbour.
American envoy was re-
rtedly told that Israel could not
accept the idea that publicity be
- ti to matters on which the two
countries had previous!) agreed to
- erecy. Khan, at whose invitation
meeting was held, also remind-1
t the envoy that the report last
eek was not the first incident of
lited States "indiscretions" He
ted the news reports on the sale
Patton tanks and Skyhawk jet
: mbers to Israel.
Book Council Elects Chairman
NEW YORK (WNS) Hyman
P.. Bass, executive director of the
Congress for Jewish Culture, and
a widely known Jewish educator
*nd Yiddish writer, has been
tlectcd president of the National
i ish Welfare Board Jewish
Book Council of America.
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Friday. July 8. 1966
No Pressure on Viet Policy -- Ehan
Temple Beth Shirah at 7500 SW 120th St., whose building and
land site Beth David Congregation is negotiating to purchase
cs the new South Dade Religious School Branch of Beth David.
Beth David Negotiations Move Forward
To Buy Beth Shirah Facility in So. Dade
Negotiations are moving for-
ward toward the purelia.se by Beth
i vid Synagogue of the Temple
Beth Shirah facility at 7500 SW
JCOth St.
Beth David officials Wednesday
i asized that the purchase is
tly el the Beth Shirah land
and building, and has nothing
v to do with Beth Shirah's
ition, individual members,
0 am
Argentine Jews
Reported Tense
Continued from Page 1-A
1 i-l Tuesday and Wednes-
daj Spokesmen for the coopera-
t scoffed at the report, assert-
i lal no credit union system had
a much liquidity or foreign ex-
change.
The arrests were disclosed in ad-
vertisements by the credit union
in Argentine newspapers which
declared that the directors had
been detained "without reason or
explanation" and urged "not only
t mediate release oJ those de-
i : but official recognition of
thi mportant social and economic
; performed bj our groups."
The cooperatives were formed
r^ore than 60 years a?o by Jew-
ish farmers and cattlemen of
modest means to offer low-inter-
st loans which the la.ge banks
would not provide. The Institu-
tions expanded through the
vears and an increasing number
t- non Jews have become active
in them.
Police, discussing the arrests ol
t shopkeepers, claimed ci
I beei found in
t".i small ops bul the Jewish
rs pointed oul that the
i it contraband foreign .
i it by wealth) Argentines "a-
tc-o expensive i ir the shoppers
coming to the small Jewish stores
which were raided
Beth Shirah may seek new facil-
ities on its own, although it was
reported this week that Rabbi
Morris Skop, spiritual leader of
the Temple, has been offered a
pulpit in Pompano Beach.
Slowing the negotiations for the
purchase of the site are Beth Shi-
rah liabilities which Beth David
had nol anticipated. "Until these
are cleared away." Beth David of-
ficials declared, "the purchase van
be cons idi red a- consum-
mated."
They said, however, that getting
together bj the two c< ngregations
seemed ssui i d and thai "w e hope
to complete the purchase by the
end of next week."
Th new Beth David facility will
be used for the synagogue's
South Dade Religious School
Branch, which has been meeting
since its founding four years ago
at the Kendall Methodist Church.
Beth David has some 200 stu-
dents in the area, who are in-
structed by the regular Beth David
faculty. It is anticipated that a
complete nursery school program
will be instituted by September, as
well as a complement of programs
for adult and young adult activity
for South Dade residents affiliated
with Beth Da\id Congregation,
JERUSALEM JTA) For
,.,.. Minister Abba Ehan told
Parliament this week that here
h.1(| been any United States
pressure on Israel to reverse a re-
fusal to meet a request from South
Viel for experts. Mr. Ehan said
that the Saigon regime had made
the request for agricultural and
other experts several months ago
with United Stales Government
blessing.
In reply to a question, Mr. Ehan
also said that Israel was ready in
principle to establish diplomatic
relations with any government
asking for such ties.
A Foreign Ministry spokesman
said later that Mr. Eban had
expressed only the juridical as-
pect of the question and that a
prior Government statement that
Israel felt that establishment of
relations with South Viet Nam
was currently opportune remain-
ed Israel's policy.
A Foreign Ministry spokesman
said later thai Israel plans to es
ih .....i a permanenl diplo
malic mission in Cambodia which
is now served by a i on resident
Israeli envoy. Reaffirming the
Government policy against dip-
lomatic relations now with South
Viet Nam the spokesman Slid Is- The plan (or Cambodia appoint-
,-ael has relations and resident en men! was attributed to (tevelopinc:
v'ovs in ail countries of former relations with that country ir,
Kieiuh IndoUhina except Met which Israel is giving technical
aid. mainly in agriculture.
Nam.
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phonic communications with the
U.S. via the American early bird
satellite is being explored by the
Israel Government
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RABBI ALSO TO HEAD CCAR LITURGY COMMITTEE
Community Relations' New Chief
Jos 'I'll R Narot, spiritual
of Temple Israel of Great-
ami, is the nev. chairman of
County's Community Rela-
Board.
is also the new Ij appointed
cl : nan of the Committee on
_> i f the Central Confer-
of American Rabbis,
:- Dr, Narot, his double
; duties pose a problem
main obligation is to my
c regation," he said. "I owe
i i ; best and my most to my con-
, ,, nts "
Cl the other hand, when the
tapped Dr. Narot as chair
at the end of its monthly
I eeting iri May, as a community-
ed individual, he felt obliged
to accept the responsibility.
n one proviso," he ex-
-. ed.
Adjustments Needed
7 ':e board has been without
j ,; ssional directorship for some
-. and its staff is also other-
curtailed. "Unless these
shortages were adjusted in
order, I told the board I
d not be able to accept," Dr.
Niirot said.
-..' the announcement by Rab-
bi .'acob VVeinstein, reelected to
ond term as president at the
1 R convention in Toronto
f. ~e ten days ago, that Dr. Narot
d head the organization's
-.- aluation and research pro-
i Hi :rm movement's Union Pray-
t. look, the Temple Israel spir-
,'" i I leader said:
can only agree with Rabbi
istein that a reappraisal is
reeded. We must take into ac-
t new science, new technol-
-. new nuances in language.
we must be sensitive to new
.oaches toward prayer gen-
I ly, For example, some experts
:he field have suggested that
i the surroundings of prayer
:1 change that simplicity
: : it to replace what is too fre-
itly an exaggerated splendor
i to spirituality "
turning to Dade County's
munity Relations Board. Dr
it noted that the board is now
ins; its fourth year. It is al
exactly three years ago, in
- 1903. that the CRB was
led here, i have been in-
ed with the board from the
beginning," he said.
America's racial prob-
OR. JOSEPH R. NAROT
double-barrel duties
Select Group
esc duties have involved
1 k with committees on per-
el. nomination, religion, and
-ing He is one of 18 mem-
- of a small but active board
'-h meets monthly. Whv did
the CRB choose Dr. Narot as
chairman?
"I'm not quite sure." he de-
clared modestly. "Bishop Carroll
represents the Catholic commun-
ity. Bishop Duncan represents
the Protestants. And I have been
designated to symbolize our Jew-
ish community's efforts in the
human relations field. The moral
issue of the civil rights problem
is in the forefront today, and
must be faced squarely." Dr.
Narot emphasized, adding that I
approached the chairmanship
with mixed feelings.
In the forefront
"It will take a great deal of
time that I know. It involves
correspondence. dealing with
complaints and criticism, and
even poison pen letters and calls
For example, one white man. liv-
ing in an integrated area from
which the white population is
rapidly moving out. turns to the
CRB and demands to know how
his community's segregated sta-
tus can be saved
"Another person writes and
wants to know how slow we are
going to be will we continue
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groes own hotels on Miami
Beach There were a lot of ques-
tions about Miami Beach The
assumption was that I would
know all about Miami Beach
that in some measure I am re-
sponsible for the problems there
just because I am Jew.h.
"I am not quite sure why the
Community Relations Board I
me for the chairmanship Bui
as a Jew, l should
e is J v..
us have to be in the forefront of
civil rights. That's what Judaism
compels us to do inescapably "
Pivotal Problems
As Dr Narot sees it. of pai
ticular significance to the CRB
programs here are problem- re
lating to employment, housing,
education, and police-community
relations. "In late August and
early .September, we are plat
a training seminar for men
of the board." Dr. Narot declared
'Things are changing so rap
idly. We can no longer relj
our information and know]
it yesterday. The civil .-
struggle of three years ag
different from the nature of the
struggle today' Dr. Nan.; ex
Plained th.s difference in ,
of rising Negro militancy, the
drive toward what is [oosel
termed -black power." and a
growing Negro refusal to work
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an accommodation in the
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he said bul Ihe other ai .>- are
ny as ever. We have much
to be concerned about here in
Dade"
Neither has Ihe community, in
Dr Narot's view, arrived al Ihe
point where it must no longer
worrj about the possibility of Ne-
gro violence it hasn't happened
here yet For example. Dr.
Martin Luther Kin- has been in
Miami several times to examine
our progress, and he hasn't found
' l much to complain about The
founding of the Community Rela
ti hi- Board in I9t>.'i was it-elf a
major step forward in averting
tensions, and we should be proud
of what has been achieved On
the ither hand, much remain- to
ne Whether or not Dr. King
has : iuihI something to complain
about is hardly the issue
And what are the issues in the
-RB chairman s view? Km
menl is paramount How
many Negroes are being train-1 j
for better than menial positions
in our community? I've even ha I
Negro employers lament the
of qualified Negro personne
they would like to hire
"Education is part and pai
of this the need for training
courses and of encouragement to
ward higher levels of acadenv
achievement. But even among
0 academicians, themselve-i
there are problems: the refusal
for example, of many Ne
teachers to become faculty
bers in predominant!} whit
schools They fear they will p -
be able to match up with .
teaching standards
"This goes back to the vei
core "f the problem educati
itself."
Negro Anti-Semitism
Speaking of his CRB chairnv, i
ship. Dr. Narot noted that "I have
received many letters and call- il
congratulations. By and larg t,
there have been few complain.I .
or criticisms. It's more than thai
some Jews are. themselves, less
than equalitarian so far a-- N -
groes are concerned. There is a
growing fear of Negro anti-Sem
itism. There is the repeatedly ex
pressed view that, as lews. "we
are only developing enemies' in
taking forward positions in the
civil rights battle.
"The truth, I suppose, is thai
Continued on Page 10-A
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' Chile, Israel in Statement of Friendship
Page 9- A.
Continued L Mrs., will go to Brazil
t ct in hi.- L; American tour.
The cop-~--ique signed by
Mr. Shaser and President
Eduardo F-e' declared that the
fws countries ..ere united in in-
creasing fr.e-cihip, a friendship
based on the- "latching goals of
ceating icz.i' progress and eco-
nomic deve'tr-nent without sac-
t i'icing p-cnal liberty. Tha
two Presice-.'s agreed to in-
crease Israeli-Chilean coopera-
tion and listed a number of spe-
areas of action.
cific
They declared they were con-
vinced thai then- cooperation could
be fruitful in the international
I hey agreed to more frequent field and contribute to the sUbili-
exchanges of intellectuals, jour- zation ol peaceful development in
nalists and students for wider the community of nations. They
knowledge about each country's urged efforts to strengthen the
cultural life. Thej proposed an in- authority of the United Nations bj
- of scientific instruction, strengthening respeel tor the ter-
Ihe line- ot instruction ol ritorial inviolability and sovereign
Chilean agronomists in Israel ex '' "' B" countries. They declared
change of experts in such : ]"*. :"\'} h"e were ?on'
Vinced that all differences "can
' '!:'' i"''"' "f atomic and musl he" resolved by peace-
"''"-v and f trade ans such as direct talks be-
tween countries in conflict, prin-
ciples basic to Israel's efforts to
achieve normal relations with hos-
tile neighboring Arab countries
They declared also agreement
on the urgent need for regional
and universal disarmament and
control of conventional and
atomic weapons. Both countries,
they declared, consider the
elimination of all racial and re-
ligious discrimination essential
to assure full equality for all men
and called for an increase in the
"process of de-colonization" h
assure free expression and ra
spect for human rights. They re-
solved, to work toward this goal.
Mr. Shazar invited President
Frei to visit Israel and Mr. Frei
accepted, saying he would fix a
date for the visit later. The Israeli
President made a series of visits
to Jewish institutions in Santiago
before proceeding to Valparaiso
and its nearby resort area, Vina
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Rabbi Solomon Schiff (right), coordinating chaplain of the
community chaplaincy service, makes a visit to Abe Rich, a
oatient in Jackson Memorial Hospital. They are reading from
the prayer card which will be left with all patients who are
visited as part of this newest service of the Greater Miami
(ewish Federation. Operated in cooperation with the Rabbin-
cal Association of Greater Miami, the chaplaincy service is
available on a regular basis to patients of Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital, Jewish Home for the Aged, and Mount Sinai Hospital,
.n addition to Jackson.
Orthodox Rabbis
Call for Eye On
College Campus
Continued from Page 1-A
jals, we must understand their
questions before we offer our
answers," he said.
Rabbi Pesach Levovitz, the or-
ganization's new president, warn-
- I light jeopardize the entire reli-
. ious structure of American Jewry.
Kabbi Israel Miller, the outgoing
resident, announced establish-'
i lent by the Rabbinical Council of
I $3,000,000 research center in Is-
ael for American rabbis. He said
ie Rabbinical Council center will
e an advanced institute with fac-
ities for 100 American rabbis who
ill spend a year there after or-
ination.
In a scries of resolutions, the
jbbis urged the Soviet Govern-
lent to grant Russian Jews "free
nd unqualified" freedom to prac-
ce their religion, called on the
nited States to take steps to
rengthen the security of Israel,
ndemned the desecration of the
abbath in some Jewish Centers
nd Y's, and asked the State De-
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node's New CRB Chairman
Continued from Page 8-A
we do have our slumlords. But
we also have our philanthropists
and great civil libertarians, who
are willing to take these forward
positions because, as I have said.
Judaism demand- that we must
identity with the struggle for
human rights. It is an inescapable
compulsion."
Returning briefly to his othei
appointment as chairman of the
CCAB Liturgj committee. Dr.
Narol noted that two seminars
are being projected for the com
ing year: one in November for
Reform rabbi.- only, where 25
men will sit down over a three
day period and talk about noth-
ing but liturgy and the need for
change. (The Union Prayer Book
was last revised in 1940.)
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The other will include not*
jews. The World Center for Lit-
urgical Study, which involves
catholics and Protestants, with
headquarters In Boca Raton. Fla
has invited Dr. Narot and the
(CAR to share in a discussion of
"Worship and the Alienated
Man" in the spring of 1967
Mankind's Survival
Pu Jews and non-Jews still
have problem- to solve? "Mi
he replied, "church-tate rela-
tions, executive suite attitudes,
historical feelings ol bias But
above and beyond these, there
musl be a union of beliefs and
steadfastness ol purpose toward
the issues Dr Narol meets as
chairman of the Dade Count>
Community Relations Board.
These may be the most profound
men have ever faced anywhere.
Their solution, in Dr. Narot's
view, is necessary for mankinds
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of only a single drop of blood.
Dr. Danon told a press confer-
ence here this week thai th
lop Walter W. Curtis, of Bridgeport, stands in pulpit of
lple Sinai, Stamford, Conn., explaining that Richard
rduial Cushing was grounded by fog in his attempt to fly
le synagogue to preach a sermon. In his address, Bishop
tis said that the statement on the Jews adopted by the
tican Council is "only the beginning in a new chapter of
icd Catholic-Jewish relationships." In a telephoned state-
Hit to the congregation, Cardinal Cushing said he would
| to the temple on another Friday night and invited Rabbi
nr.uel M. Silver (left), of the temple, to preach in the Bcton
dral at a worship service.
lenachem Beigin Quits at Helm
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Continued from Fje 1-A
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20 TamuzG:51 p.m.
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PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enteia. r.antor George Goldberg.
1ETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave Con- lAiirJFRDALE JEWISH CEN-
rvative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor FT^A^7E*0LaEklilJ4WPaPl Blvd.
*..liam W. L.oaon Conservative. Dr. Jack L Morris.
K:y-A PP?bl.f '&' ggW"* C"" Th"00r< ^
S:4C p "i '
BE-HEL. 50dw"mhAv, Ortho- *T*"!"* /^.^RaSpl
ocx. Rabbi Soiomon Schitf.
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BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
oc Rabbi Berel Wein.

BE-H JACOB. 301 Washington Ave
C-thodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Bwirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
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BE'H KODfcSH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi vax
BMplro. Cantor Benjamin Ben.An.
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S Andiews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome
Kiement.
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
26 E. Hallandata Beach Blvc. Rev.
Paul Deutsch.
HEBREW ACAOEV- 24M Pinetrea
Dr. Orthooox. Rjc. A txancer S.
Grcss.

HOLLYWOOD TEVPLE UNAI 1201
jor.nscn St. Conservativi
Dav j S'-.ic 'o. C.-i itor N I

^"rw^^H^C^^i^ HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th
Rabbi Richard MarcoviW. Cantor si estead. Const .at.we.
5?.. cur Hinkex.
ISRAELITE CENTER. S"7S SW J5th
BE~h TFILAM. 935 Euclid Ave. Or- St. Ccnre-vat Rabfc Avrom L.
L Drazin. Cantor Lc. s Cohen.
i
:-:cc*. Rabbi Joseph E. Racwovsk;'

EE-H TORAH. leJth St. ano NE 11th
.* Conservative P Max Lip-
i.-tz. Cantor Jacrh Her
' Sal
e
rji. a RAPHAEL 1-0: \W '83rd St.
r : "servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
: sntor Jack Lerner.
I y x;l."i p.m S
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Cl A\ HEBREW CONGREGATION
C- MIAMI. 1242 Washington Ave.
Othodox. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig.
R I Satui laj .. .i in
Mh 6:30

JACOB C. COHEN COMMUN Tv
S^nagOGL? 2 ten Ave
Orthcdox. Rabbi T-cor H. Stern
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KNESETH ISRAEL "i'S Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Race Oav.o Lehrfield.
Cantor Ab'aham Seif.
! i i l.i> Saturday *
St-rn v..

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LLBAVITCHER M NVAN. 80C V. >h
ngtcn Ave. Orthodcx. Rabbi Abra-
ham Korf. Cantor E-nest Field.
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st MIN VON Ai RES CONGREGATION.
HEBREW LESSON
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The Airman Returned
To His Homeland
in his notebook tallied with the
date and the details given to the
young Jewish airman from SK" by !he "*!* Arm>" The
Tael. Amihai Himic foil in iho [lsherman show<'d ,he Parents the
Israel. Amihai Hunig, fell in the i
place where the airman was bur-
Kond World War on one of the i
Greek Islands, while fighUng in | led' a fle,d Planled with corn.
hit plane auainst German planes he Parents did some digging
aftor tv, ,k al ,lu> spot and found a skeleton
ru J.S a.""man,S Par" on which thcrt' we marks prov-
biqui. til they succeeded in ,f f,ht. ,cm"?s of'he,r son t0
1 ting a young fisherman a ^ae> f<>r >u"-ial. but they could nol
ao so, as it was against military
3737 Bird Rd Modern Traditional.
-
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy D'
Orthodox. Rabbi Phintas Weber-
man.
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SEPHARD'C JEW.SH CENTER.
Collins Ave. Rev Cantor Saoi Nah
mias.
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18.51 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan.
Krlda} 6 in v '" *<'< a> : a m. s-r-
mi n -\ Public Spi rtavh Mini ha
" p.m.
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN Con
aervative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Store
Cantor Maur.ce Neu.
p.m. Snlurla> < r .i m
Si rnicin: "SiTlpI in !.--< :
r>abbath Mini ha I ; I
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
Jr., So. Miami. Reform. Ralb.
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM Of Holly
wood, i^i Monroe Si Conserv I
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. C-nur Er
nest Sterner.
TEMPLE BETH EL OP HOLLY.
WOOD. 1351 b. 14th A'-e Reforn
R,.i i 3ai j-'fe
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TEMPLE EETH RAPHAEL. 154!
je*ferscn Ave. Con*erv .itive. C.'.nto'
H. Bn.h.

TEMPLE BETH SH PAH. 75C0 SW
Raconstructionitt. Rabo
Morris Skop.

TEVPLE BETH SHOLOV. 4144 Chase
*v< .. b< i Ranbi Leon Kromsp
Canter David Conviser.
Uilli I

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TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW Stl.
St. Conservative.

'EVPLE B NAI SHOLOV. 16800 N v\
22nd Ave. Consarvatwa. Carter
A- a' im Reiseman.
:li. i ii.. Shalili.il
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1711 Wa'-mn
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvino
Lthrman, Cantor .-:^ /,
. las $ :\ in M
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Kirt
Joseph R, Narot.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAF
3500 SW 69th Way. Conatrval -t
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.

TEMPLE JUDEA. 3?0 Palermo Ave
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris K o
per.
Summt-i -
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 7-th St
Conservative. Rabbi Maver Acai-.
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St a-d
Tatum Waterway. Modern T-aPi
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. ronerva- vl
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. pr-rb
Ralph Ralph Glixman.
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary nffice 1830 NE i6Jth St
Reform. Rabbi Daniel M Lowy
Cantor Chet Gale.
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Mltxvah: \\ \..
Murray Hlfkln All iv ,'-i.
Ington i-'. di ral, 899 N*E iTth si
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TEMPLE TIFERFTH JACOB osi
4th Ave.. Hlaleah. Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Friday '. Sd p m s iturday : .. m
TEMPLE ZION. 8000 "Miller Pd Ton
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell 3-r
*r. Cantor Ben Dirkson.
"rln..... n in RatuHai i
sermon r. rtlon of the We. k
TIFERETH ISRAFL. 6SOO N. Miami
We'rnick0.....3,iVe- Rabbl H'"r>
; !'*':,'i'\ Ik" ",' ..... """'I
K> Blaterl......I. Saturday 9
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YU,N.G ISRAEL. 090 NE 17i,t St
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
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YOUNG ISRAFL OF MIAMI P = AC.H
ali5Por^.nV"hin9,0n ^ *' "'
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' the Greek Under-
J ind during Iho war years, who
law.
>- thai he had b.....i an eye-wit- ,, pare"" c""l(l nf" agree "'a'
currence and thai it ','" t"" b- buni'd in a f01'''""
was even recorded in his notebook u f ?Wa? U'"m ,hem- T,u'>
e had had to transmit the in- therefore, transferred his bonei to
fc-mation to the underground f 8IaVC ln lsrael ~" m ,he Home"
0 ization. land-
The details that were recorded Published by tht Brit Writ OUmit
This r"g' d r'cr"'r operation with me Greater Mi-
ami Rabbinical A.vnour:. >..
Coordinator 0/ jeaturei ap-
pearing here U
DR. MAX LIPSCHIT7
tpifitiul leader of Beth Trrah
Congregation of Hcrth Mim(
Reach.
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SVNOPStS CF THE TORAH PORTION PH.NEHAS
MoseS chooses Jwhua as his sucoi w the *en<* of
the anr.y.
JSSf5.re5S-'.i
PHTNEHAS "And the Lord spoke unto MMM. yj"|
and 0 his seed after him. the covenant of an everlas :nS pru-M
Sood-' (Numbers 25. 10-13). The children of brae -rv conv
mafded io do battle with the Midianites. Moses instructed
o "fve the daughters of Zelophehad -he inhenta.xe of the.
father, who had died without MM Moses orda.r.: osh
his successor W P""ion concludes with a descrl Boo of the
obsen-ance of ine various holy days.
This recounting of the Weekly Perttcn of the Ua- is ex-
tracted and based upon "The Graphic H itery if ttN Jew.sh
Heritage" edited by P- Wollman-Tsarr r, S15 P--sher H
Shengoid. and the NOlume is available a 27 William S'.. New
York 5, N.Y. President of tne society distributing the volume
is Joseoh Schlar.a.
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RABBI DANIIL M. tOWy
Fcreweli to Sinai
For Rabbi Lowy
Ri -
Icadi '"
pasl
maki I ess I
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dui "'
167th >'
I.i.. M ilj ;' ""
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(he I f Sii
ha ila> his
then Up. 1
Discussion Group Meeting
Met tin, < t the I disi
groui >: C01 ; ition !
Raphi hel I July fl at
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULP.T
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Bar Mitzvah Fuss Not
Worth Al! tlu^ Bother
By RABBI RICHARD LEVITON
Ft. Lauderdale Emanu-EI
Ri ntlj i n .. statement by
eadei oi th( Orthodox
lioi 1 lumbus, O.. de-
daring that the "abolition ol Bai
Mitzvah ceremoi ii could be a
boon to the furtherance of 1 1 1
ism amon g t h 1 y ou 1
Rabbi David Stavskj explained
that "nothing has contributed more
to the adulti ra
tion of faith and
the confusion of
intellect, than the
Bar Mitzvah
training program
in America lk-
said that 'people
'I" not realize"
"hat liar Mitz-
vah is a myth,
that there is
nothing sacred or
ritualistic or im-
portant about
having a boy
memorize a chap-
ter in the Proph-
ets and repeat a canned speech or
prayer," adding that "nothing In
stifled and strangled Jewish edu
cation in America" more than the
Bar Mitzvah syndrome
Hi sail : the B Mitzvah 1 ro-
;ran thai mtet I '
thi y's .'( u ish e tion wil
a u< ek afti r the gi ire coui
As a R< form rab vould 1
with :n> Orthodo; eagui
joint abolition le Bar-Bas
Mitzvah u remon y Rel
Conservative and hodox Ji
ism would be m 1
through in our efi to ui
Jewish education .. ai !.. I i
Stavsky points m lere i> thi
possibilit) thai m of tin .
dren would attend rew ai
1 gious schools t1 high -r!
instead of droppii it utter l. r
Mitzvah or confirn
Too much of ii's tir.u
a- well aa that 1 u 1- lal
Up li\ the Bar M vi, m* a~j
More ui this time ( 1 I be devRi ii i-J
'ii adult Jewish itioo. "
1 uch mom 1 is sp n Bar Mitz-
Mill-. More of this 1 ild be used
tor Jewish education There t
too many drop unong the
nbbi tevifon
young and their
could largely be
through the aboliti
vah.
It seems to pie t 1
to lose md everj 1
seriousl] considei
sky's suggestion
inta '! -
elimini
of Bar M
is noth
11 gaii
Rabbi St.
during the week...as i see it
Continued from Page 4-A
S;ksaiK......;........
"'' would he have wore it ""-' lH' :l al h
Jewish organization-hopping niSte i ':" hls
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Jy 8. 1966
*Jen *"<# Ffcrifrirfar
Paga 13-fl.
Kennedy Memorial is Dedicated
i
Continued from Page 1-A
dren and entitled to live in
peace."
Justice Warren recalled the late
Presidents conviction that what
Israel wanted above everything
else was to live in peace He
ed: "John Kennedy would have
been deeply pleaded by this way
of honoring his memory He re
called that President Kennedy had
declared that JNF "has the hich
est idealistic vision, combined with
practical wisdom.'" He also recalled
that the late President had a spe-
cial friendship for Israel and a
Sir.c. Runyon Memor.nl Fund for Cancer Research deep confidence in its future. The
ide available a grant to Dr. Ernest Winccour, cf the Chief Justice then said "As he
pc. Tepartment of the Weizmann Institute of Science, would have done. I conclude with
Weisaal, head of the Institute presents !o Dr. Winccour ,lu' wo,(l 'Shalom' "
ncr njnyon check for research in tumor cells. Premier F-hknl describe i the
nishing Jeiv Called Myth
[ ,:;e. n y ft a
3 >: .', u- aders
i i I< u rj .-;:'
( sappi in
v < hai
ki i;.i 1
not fl secular Jewish
f itly.
I'M'. 1
Sslow .. vice 1 'if
the fl p La ::<
WacB | who \>.:! elect '
to ll .1- ;

... nial national c in
venkfl efi
statei abo I '.
i no .'
chim* in/ rec< retired
as psfl :: v. Jew
ish r am id B< rior
AM
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I'd 9^0U GAS I
ti'otir Garilms
"AMI MIAMI 3EACH
3RAL GABlLS HOUWVOOO
LAUDt^tA.E BOCA RATON
Noting that J-.vs >-Jvt sur.
vived poorori meditN ll perse-
cotion, exiles wd r-a-s murdr,
he fold tho eonv an *hv "the
miracle is no* Mi 'h? State of
Israel hut a'to -''e people of
Israel. The mlrac ?' survival
of ? COO y.. > c: ifory i not
to be suire- to. I pious
effusions of rrn i.ho forg?t thst
the will to live saved the Jewi.h
people from disintegration."
hi also cor.tei
ii di pii ; .
iple on!;
financiers "faU
thai Amerii in Jews
workers of this I intrj He ar-
d that At work ;.'.
i ssions
ami "are id as w irkers in
th se pn is and industi ii -
All attempt- ...< ii appear
thai American lews arc sinking
into Ihe iwa I >i affluence
and being ass id have no ba-
sis in fad
He stressed the need for secular
Jewishness but warned against
negative approach to religion, as-
.-< rting it was essential for a Jew
to know his origin and h.s culture
to arrive at a positive secular-
ism."
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Premier EshWol wished the
convention success in ef-'or;s to
transmit "to yo'jr younger gen-
eration your great idealism in
such a way as to strengthen
more and considerably e.-,!arge
the order's ties with Israel."
'I he delegati heaj I a
from Zalman Venn:
tional director, tlu! Yiddish sch /.-
are expanding in the United States
and are getting their biggest as-
sistance from Jewish welfa e
funds across the country who are
helping to subsidize and encour-
age Jewish secular schools There
are 32 Yiddish sch.in!- iwned and
operated by the Workmen's i i;
cle in the United States and tan
ada Twenty-seven of these are lo-
cated in New York C:i> alone, with
3.000 pupils in attendance
Memorial Building, located on a
windswept hul towering above tlu
valleys and hills leading to Jerus
alem. as "another and lasting bond
which will unite these afforested
hills to the eternal flame of Wash
ington'8 Arlington Cemetery where
the late President lies"
Looking out over the barren
hills where a huge forest bearing
Mr Kennedy's name will be plant-
ed, the Premier said: "It is a fit-
ting tribute that tiees around the
Eternal City of Jerusalem will be
linked with the late President's
name, for it is written in the Bible
thai 'man i- a tree in the field
The day will come when children
will play in the shadow of those
trees and will remember the man
for whom the forest is named."
He said Mr. Kennedy's mem-
ory would be kept alive here
"not only as a friend of Israel
but also *i a symbol of the lofty
ideals of his country and of all
humanity.' He then dedicated
the Memorial to "the man who
opened new frontiers of interna-
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10th .- 2 P.M. at Mt. Neho
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on cHicioting.
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A hujje crowd had collected early
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Mr. Kennedy, a Jerusalem chil
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Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Fridy. July 8. 196^
!,.
Strategy Behind U.S. Policy Change in Mid East
K*S0 _..... ...._ j. nni i......biiI the Pales
Washington
AMERICAN policy -makers are re-
sponding to the changing world
scene with a growing awareness of
the mutuality of American-Israel
defense interests.
The United States is doing |
more for Israel's defense because:
Fiance, a Mediterranean coun-|
rv. has withdrawn from NATO:
Turkey, bastion of CENTO, has been outflanked
and by-passed by Soviet penetration of Syria;
Egypt and Syria are not only collaborating more
closely with Moscow but are even permitting the
Peking-oriented "Palestine Liberation Organization"
io train Arab volunteers for the Viel Cong;
Iraq, through actions of its new Premier, seeks
lew arms from Russia and welcomes Chinese Com
minis) delegations;
Saudi Arabia and Jordan, both pro-Western for
self-serving reasons, find their monarchies threat-
ened by the growing momentum of "Arab social*
-Sill "
A^- the regional situation deteriorates, the
United States seeks friends wherever they can be
found- Saudi Arabian King Faisal was for this reason
invited to Washington New defensive arrangements
have been made with him and with King Hussein of
Jordan.
American Strategists have revised their think-
ing of Israel's needs. In this context. Israel was
provided with jet bombers capable of striking at
Syrian and Egyptian bases of aggression. Washington
today sees Israel as a reliable and stable friend on
the vortex of regional turbulence.
The United States for years ignored Israel's
complaints that American surplus food gifts were
feeding the soldiers of the "Palestine Liberation
Army' and other Arab terrorist formations. But
when the head of the "Liberation" forces. Ahmed
Shukairy, announced thai these same elements
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Of Bishop Pike
AN INSPIRING playwright has unusu-
** ally good material for a three-act
play sitting alongside his desk and may
not even recognize it. "The Bishop and
the Oil Man" is the obvious title; and
the ploi is so modern it crackles (ike
cornflakes.
The Bishop, of course, is .lame- A
Pi ;e, restless Episcopalian who went
from law to the pulpit ami now is leaving his huh Cali-
fornia ecclesiastical post to join the staff of the Center
for the Study of Democratic Institutions, founded by the
Fund for the Republic seven years ago Bishop Pike is
going to see how much of a contribution a spiritual leadei
can make to solving our proliferating civil rights and
civil liberties deadlocks
The oil man is J Howard Pew. who at 84. has issued
a bugle call in The Header's Digest, demanding thai men
ol the cloth stop meddling'' in civil affairs Mr Pew
is a staunch member of the United Presbyterian Church
who has amassed a considerable foitune in oil and. as a
sturdy conservative, recalls with fondness the simple days
ol President McKinley.
Arrayed behind the thesis of Bishop Pike, an imag-
inative observer can see that increasingly large armv of
Americans concerned over our racially-troubled metro-
politan areas, ihe insidious civic fungus produced by
slums, lingering inequalities in job opportunities, fierce
fights over urban renewal, distress because of the prob-
lems associated with alcoholism and drug addition and
a number of other pressing issues, not the least of which
is war and peace. Looking on over Oilman Pews shoulder
and busy calling attention to his Reader's Digest piece are
many of the religious fundamentalists of America un-
doubtedly including thousands of troubled members of
the John Birch Society. Young Americans for Freedom
and others with a rigid view about fluoridation the new
math, welfare payments, medicare, the Great Society
interracial councils and other such.
Behind these pro-Pike and pro-Pew battalians, one
glimpses the divided platoons of those who look upon the
t.od is dead" thesis as a demand that religious enerflj
be channeled more rapidly to meet the demands of social
action and at the other extreme those who are
a u. Sft ShCKVi, 1 "* "(;d iS dW,d" scho1 of *"**
and want everybody to get back to the prayer book.
The Christian Century, long familiar with Mr Pew's
dismay over church involvement in the battle against
eremiad A T^ ,ht' P*"*"? "-"si
jeremiad Mr. Pews segmented world," that church
paper states "is inhabited by curiously stratifiedI men
men whose lives are divided horizontally into an upper
whereW.he;ve.they "^ ^ **>* nd a nd K
meThil ,* am,0nK U,i"yS SCCUlar' Some men- >*pt.
ai na r"* dMcriStton of n'a"'s '^ture. move up-
stairs.and never come down again. When thev do this
mes can"* ""?*? 'ransvaluations of vafoes
To all of this what do Jews and Judaism have to say?
The answer is sadly mixed.
would send men to Viet Nam to fight the "Amer-
ican imperialists.'' Washington quickly reacted. The
U.S. Government asked the United Nations to stop
giving food rations to all Arab refugees receiving
guerilla warfare training in Egypt and Syria.
A single speech by Shukairy on Viel Nam ac-
complished more to bring down the tent on his
head than did all the protests of Israel
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Pius XII Subject
Another Book
THE SILENCE which Pope Pius
XII maintained while the Nazis
were carrying out their plan to
kill the Jews in European coun-
tries has now come up again for
I wide discussion through the puhli-
I cation of a book containing docu-
mentary evidence on the role of
I the late pope during the war. En-
titled "Pius XII and the Third Reich.'' the book was
authored by Dr. Saul Friedlander, an associate pro-
fessor of contemporary history in Geneva, whose
parents were killed by the Nazis in the Auschwitz
annihilation camp. As a boy he was hidden in a
Catholic monastery in France until the end of the
war.
In 1948. when he was 16 years old. he came to
Israel and has been an Israeli citizen ever since.
Residing now in Geneva, he devoted himself to
making a study of the role Pope Pius XII played
during the years when the Nazis sent 6.000.000 Jews
to death. As an historian, he obtained access to secret
documents of the Third Reich in the German For-
eign Office, as well as to American and British
diplomatic communications to the Pope, urging him
to come out openly against the Nazi mass-killings of
Jews. And what do these documents show'.'
They establish that the U.S. Secretary of State.
Cordell Hull, had addressed a personal appeal to
the Pope to voice his protest against the mass-killing
of Jews, but this appeal brought no results They
reveal that Chief Rabbi Herzog of Jerusalem sought
a meeting with Pope Pius to influence him to con
demn Nazi annihilation of Jews, but no such meet
ing was granted to him. They disclose that the am-
bassadors of Brazil and of other Catholic countries
at the Vatican pleaded on behalf oi the Jews, but
their pleas produced no response from the I'ope
The Pope did not even protest when the Nazis
arrested a Catholic priest in Berlin for preaching
against the brutal treatment ol .lews and sent him
to a concentration camp, where he died Among
the documents discovered by the young Jewish his
torian is the original heart breaking report bj Kurt
Gerstein, a Nazi, who could not stand any longer
witnessing the mass-gassing ol .lews in the camps
Pope Pius was aware of the contents of this har-
rowing eyewitness report, and still remained silent.
Even appeals from Catholic priests did not stir
him to openly condemn the Nazi extermination of
the Jews. Mr. Friedlander s book, offering factual
and primary historical evidence, is written without
conclusions but as a scientific contribution to future
research Prior to being published in this country
by Knopf, it appeared in French. German. Italian
Dutch and Spanish editions.
The United States does not regard the "Pales
tine Liberation Army as a force of any significance
But Washington is especially sensitive to annoMnce-
ments that Arabs from this group are to be armed
and trained by ( o.nmumst China and enlisted in
the Viet Cong -----. -.
Administration thinking has been outlined by
Vice President Hubert II Humphrey in an unusually
frank address before the recent convention of the
American Jewish Press Association.
The Vice President reported that "there is I
militant type of Communist action at work in the
Middle East, much of it directed from Peking
that seeks to conquer that uses tlM new tech-
niques of the wars of liberation "
Evaluating the Arab attemps to foment a "lib
e rat ion war" agaii si Israel, Mr Humphre) said the
Peking role was -not unrelated lo some ol the prob
lems we face and thai the people of South Viel
Nam face in -outbeast Asia
He said there arc militant forces at work in
the Middle Fast that seek to expand, that seek to
undermine Some of these militant forces of today
do not even come from the Middle Fast, thev come
from the far East So let us be on guard "
Mr Humphrey revealed that a reason the United
States recently sold tanks and jet bombers to Israel
was because there are aggressive forces at work
ai'.d free people must be able to defend themselves'
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
A Strike is Over
Jerusalem
THE SIX WEEK-LONG slowdown strike
' Ol the Haifa dockworkcrs is now-
over Possibly, when the details of the
settlement are translated into pounds
and agorot, it may turn out that the
strikers got by a fraction more tin some
indirect benefits) than the ten percent
limit set for any wage increases this
year by both the Government and the Histadrut, But it
is clear that it will Ik- a very far cry from the origina.
demands, which it accepted would have almost doublec(*
the real income ol the dockworkers
Obviously, the dock union leaders badlj miscalculated
the situation and their chances id success The Govern
mem and the Histadrut stood more firmly than thev c\
pected Also, public opinion was overwhelming^ against
them because ol the contrast between the already high
income oi the stevedores, on one hand, and the numerous
pie-s reports ol unemployment in various industries
on the other But the most important miscalculation ol
the strikers was that lhe> forgol about Ashdod
rhough still working only at half of its scheduled
'city, the Port ol Ashdod now. for the first tin
provides Israel with ait alternative harbor for the loading
shipments When the --low
down -tarted at Haifa, the Government began a crash
ram to complete Ihe long overdue Ashdod construc-
- and ultimately announced that unless the II.,
I- accept a sens,|,le settlement, and cease ihe slow
down. Haifa Port will be closed down altogether
Bill Ashdod is remarkable for more than being the
lust alternative Haifa Port. Ashdod is also the biggest
israeh town planned from scratch where nothing but a
deserted stretch oi the Mediterranean coast existed ten
years ago. Today, close to 50.000 people live there it.
meticulously planned urban surroundings and. incident-
ally also provul,.....e Ol the largest natural laboratories
for the social science study of the integration of oldtimer-
aiui Immigrants in this country.
Today's Thought:
By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Mark Twain Still Very Much Alive
yWHEN YOU'RE ,n Manhattan be
sure to see Mark Twain
What? You think he's dead? You're
wrong Ik- was dead. But he's not
dead any more.
He lives, thanks to a spectac-
ular resurrection staged by Hal
Holbrook. at a Broadway theater.
Mr. Holbrook. a consummate
?o,if'chaS deV,ed himSe'f ,0 res,oril,s "5 lain
And he does it so triumphantly that all through
wahTaugnha,erPe,f0rmanCe- ^ **"* A
ni0KrCtUa"yJ,ht Presen,atin of "Mark Twain. To-
night .s a doubleheader. You get the full force
of Clemens' superb satire, but you also get .1,
theatrical wizardry of Mr. Holbrook
Tu,,!!r nlbrok ,ooks lik<" Twain. He sounds like
Indmw offcrs.one crackling observation of life
and man s immatunty after another. But. in a thrice
Holbrook sounds like Huck Finn. '
himt"!,"'.1"',1'""1 pha9e' >'ou are Palpitating with
so thai Ul,,> <1,,fy lhe nikl ""' ,0 "" "e
so that he can save a runaway slave
intoT!Ur".tlr ]lTlook chan*M ;,Sain- a"d "* ts
no Y '"""' "f tales '" ch|W. and then
a.road" ["'! ***, ,n0Wln "innocents from
(a 1 hoth ih f Columb"s on a pedestal
ul hough the American tourist can't tell which is
the pedestal and which the skeleton).
.WtfaSS ",ink 'he *** Ho,brook Performance
wSrts^ whis a,s enjying a
and admirinhe genius t'u IT ?? Uuehmg
will Probablv-feeI like mho ''b'?0,tTw'ain- ^


iy. July 8. 1966
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LEGAL NOTICE
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
If! DA. IN PROBATE
No. 71037-A
Ik Estate "i
lii:i. II kaiin.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
.Ml Creditors mill -Ml Per*
|n:_ Claims
I .-'.ate:
lire hi reby
n\ to present
ir DetMitda Aftalnst
notified and re-
alty claims and
wild h you may have against
Mate ..I SAMl'KL H. KAIIN
(;,-..I late of I hide I'ounn. Florida.
i County Judges of Hade County,
[file the -.iiilf in duplicate and as
Hded In <''' tlon 733.16, Floi Ida
I it,*, in their offices In the
|i Courthouse in Dade (>>unty,
i within six calendar months
ihe time of the flrat publication
>i. or the same will l,*- barred.
b. ,1 Miami. Florida, this :nh
if June. A.D. 1966
MIIK1.KV I". KAHN
\s Admini-ti atri\ i'.T.A.
fi publlcut.......i this notice on
! rth -lav .if June, 1964.
Iri.l.-R* EKHONSoN
jimej for Administratrix, C.T.A,
[.,. .. I III.1K.. Miami. I-'la.
II 17.'I 7 1-S
DM6KU
BY HENRY LEONARD
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
[|N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61958-A
|ISK Bslate of
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DTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
'PLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
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v.- filed my Final !: pi rl .....I Pe-
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FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 6212
NOTICE OF SUIT
UK wri.MA.MSBI'iCi;
WINGS HANK
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11 WILLIAM RHKAPMKJR and
FAITH n IRRETT RHEACME,
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m SI'8AN i:i..\''KMAN, lus wife
i:-IP Went idh Htie. t
los Angeles, fitHfornui
Yr.ii are hereby notified that the
rve OBptlOtted action has Inm in-
tut-d against you In the circuit
ur-t of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit
1 MorMa in and for Ihule County
torockwe a mortgage m>oii Hm- fol-
wing oVs.il bed roal tn-opim :
lint 3 I'.Iih k 71 NORWOOD FIFTH
AJ'IMI'loN SWTIiiM TWO. ac-
cordlna to the Hat thereof, r--
orded In Plat Hook 63 at Page
i of the Public Record* of Made
County, Florida. together with
Venetian minds
You an- required to file a responsive
leading t.i plaintiff's i-otufrtalnl rtth
) il-rk of the afor.sald Pourt, and
B a copy thereof iijh.ii plaintiffs
Btorney MARTIN PINK, Dade F.d-
t> .1 ISulldlnK, Miami, Florida SS131,
later than 20th July, 1868, or n
'' Pro t*onfeaao \\ill >,. entered
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71151-C
In l:i'. F.stale of
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To All Creditors and v.I Pi
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wh.il \.iii may have analnat tin- ea-
tate of KMAM'I'.I. HANTMAN. de-
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to tin County Judge* ..i Pode Coun-
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a'n.l a- provided In Keetlon
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thi 16th day of Ju*i 1......
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 3010
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
M \':Y la nisi: HKNNETT,
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\ s.
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 69234-A
In RE: Kfttate of
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I.......-. d,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'I'., aii fredltoiM and All lvrson
Having Claims or Uemandfl Agalnsl
bald Kstatu:
V. 11 are hereby
null*, d t" pi > sim ,
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tin i itati
lllli- of I':
County Judges oi Pad. County, and
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elded III Section 733.16, Plorlda Sta-
mt. s. In th. Ir ufflei s In tin I "tninl >
Courthouse n Hade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
ilme of ih.' "t-i publication ii-->
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Dated at Miami. Plorlda, tins 18th
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
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No. 66C 6c85
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71.169-C i
in in: Estate ..f I
SII ..NKV .1 \H 1SF.S. I
.i k I BU'NEY JAMKS MOSES,
I a-, d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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s.,id i:- ati
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mi Creditors and All Persona
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mun of nude County, Plorlda,
JBSU8 CABO I'BRAZA
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MNSUJE R KKIIOIK
!ttorney for Applicant
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M W lasleune It.,l
ural tiahlea, Florida 33134
6/24 7/1-8-1S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
Ne. 66C 6671
NOTICE OF SUIT
PATRICIA CYWINSKI,
rialnttff.
STANLEY OTWN8KI,
l >i-fondant.
TO: STANI.I7Y CTWTN8K1
C o Mary Cywlnakl
:ih7 fllntoii Street
W\sndotte, Michigan
Toll ARE UKRBBY NOTIFIED
tluit Complaint lor IHvor>c has h. a
fii.d airalnst you, and you ar. re-
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or other plcadiiiK upon Plalntlff'a at-
torney, ai.an SII.VKUSTI.-1N. t:-n
Ian. .In Road, Miami Reach, Florida,
and file the original of your Answer
..r other pieadlna In the office of the
flerk of the flicnit Court, I'ad.-
fount) ''"in! House, Miami, Florida,
,,n or before the -'th da) of Jul). '.....
default '-f which a decree pro ."ii-
t. i -i. will be entered actalnst you.
IIATED .it Miami. Uade founty,
Florida, tins gist da] ol June, '"":
K H. IJ9ATHERM \N
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6 '24 7/1-8-1j
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 65-8
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
SAMUEL D. DORNFIELX),
Plaintiff,
BBUDA J kornfiki.I'.
I ii fciidant. _
To /KI.HA J. HOHNFIKI.D
:t:'l \\i st Fine Sir.-, t
lA>nu, Reaofe, I. I Sow York
YOI' AUK HEREBY WOTIFIED
that a Cllllllaltll for IMvorcc has l.n
fil^d against you. and you ac-
quired to sens .. cony of your Answer
or |de.i.iiiiK to the Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorneys, tai.ianoff *.
WAI.1.KR, 120 IJni-i'hi Itoad, Miami
Beach. Florida, and file the oriifiiial in
the Office of tin- Clerk of the circuit
fonrt. on or aeforv the rsth day f
July, 1 >. If you fail to rlo no. Judg-
ment by ,1. tault will be takin BKalnst
you for the relief demanded in the
fomplalnt.
HONK and OHDKUKH at Miami.
lnd. founiy. Morlda. ihis 21st day
ef June. ISM.
K. H. IJBATHKRMAN
Clerk of the flreuit Court
I'sde County foiirthi.use
Miami. Florida
itv: t^ sni:f.i>f;n
' i4>uty Clerk
i'i M 7 !-'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN Ihal
the undersigned, deelruw to enawte
in business under the fictitious name
of CAI.IPSO RAR, at 8336 N W
Street, Miami. Fia Intends to r.mst.r
aald name with the Clerk of the ii -
cuit Court "f l isde County, Morhla.
MA,;,iA,.KNA,K,ii:/;i-7/M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 6672
NOTICE OF SUIT
MICHAEL J. ZlCHBLLA.
Plaintiff,
.ioski'h'nk P ZICHKI.T.A,
I ''. IMtii'il .
to: josKPinxi: n. zif nrr-i^A
288 North Mountain Avenue
I'pper Montclair, New .1. r.-.-y
YOV ARK HEREBY SuTll'IKO
that f.-mplalnt for InA-i-rc- has been
hied axalnsl you, and you are n-
quired Fo servt a copy of your An.-w
or otlur plea.liiit; upon Plaintiffs
attorney, AI^AN SIKVKKSTKIN. 130
Lincoln Road, Miami Reach, Plorlda,
and file the original of your An Wer
or other pieadlna In the office of the
flerk of the Circuit Court, Dade
fount) Court House, Miami. Plorlda,
nn or before the 86th day of July,
1966, in .! f mil of n hlch a dei rei pro
isifesso will b.- entered aawlnsl you,
HATED al Miami. Dade I"
Florida, ihis 21st day of June, 1866.
K i: I.EATHKRMAN
fh rk of fii cult "Hit
B) I. RNERDKN
i '. 1'iity Clerk
6 M 7 l- s
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 70805-B
'11 RJ-: Ksl.lte of
MORRI.S <: I.....--1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ro ah Cn linn and mi Person*
Having Clulma or Bemanda Attains!
Said Kstate:
You ar* hereby notified and required
to pn Bi nt any claims' and demands
which \"ii may have axtiinst the es-
tate of" MORRJH i; late of Dade County, Florida, to the
founty Judges of Dade founty. and
file the name in duplicate .md as pro-
vided n s.ctam 7:13.16. Florida Sta-
tute*, in ill. ir offices in the founty
Oeurthotiac in llade founty, Florida,
within six calen.Lir rmsiihs from thf
time of the Hrsl publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Hated at Miami, hlorlda, this Uth
d..y of June, v 11 1864
\f[^\ L OOIJ>BN
A- Vdmiiiistraii ix
First puhli.-atlon of this notlc* on
the 21th day of .tune, \96t.
PAUL KWITNEY
Attorney f,- Kstate of Mori Is Ooldon
420 l.illcolii Road,
Mian.i lira, h, Florida
l/M 7/i-t-ir,
York
.it. hen l"
attains! you,
t \ .i
f x ..hi- Vnsuei or Pleading to tl"'
Hill nl Complaint on the pi.....Iff* Vt-
torne), THEolHlRK M TRl'SHIN,
120 I.inc..In Road M an R" ach, l- lor-
i 1., | II 18, and file the original Answi r
. :- I'h ailing In the off i of the fli rk
of thi Circuit Court on : before the
1st da) "i August, 1866 If you fall to
do a, Judgmi in b) di fault a I l be
taken against you for the relief de-
mand) d In the Bill of fomplalnt.
ri,i- notii -li ill be puhlb-hi ii once
ach w.-ek for four consecutive u.'ks
in TIIK JEWISH I l."KII IAN.
[m>NK \nii i ii:in:i:i:i' hi Miami.
Florida, this -' "l da) of June, A.D
1866.
r. |l i.i: VTHERMAN, flerk
Circuit Court, Mad. County, Florida
B) 1. SNEBDEN
1 leput) < "I. ik
THEODORE M TRL'SHIN
ISO Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Plorlda
Attorney for the Plaintiff
7/1-8-13-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS. HKRKItY .IIVKN that
th. undersigned, desiring lo engage
in business under the fictitious name
..f l-M.M.\ CKJARS at 185 Northwesl
21th Street. Miami. Plorlda, intends
to r-glHter seid name with Ihe flerk
of the flreuit Court of Dade founty.
'i'.'.m'm: HAVANA CTOAR8, INC
MARTIN l.KMI.Ifll
m-i.i ni y for
i'mar Havana Cigara, Inc.
M-iii-, Blscayne iiuiidims
Miami, ItiTida
7/1-8-17.-22
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 6652
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
AUDREY K. BELLINGER,
I'laintilf.
m IRPON SCOTT BELLINGER,
1'. feiidant.
TO: liiiltDoN SCOTT BELLINGER
I Iln.....t Place
\ kh i 'a. N.-w York
I lit >R| IN SC! I'T BEI.LINCER.
ai. ii. reb) notified that .. Bill ol
. 'oinpln int for IH I i" n filed
\ ou are n u >ii sl to
-, i*\, u i'.ii|i; ii \n-,\. i or I' ad
Ing t.. thi U Complaint on thi
I'l.i.iitit'fs mi, DUBBIN.
s.'IMl'i BKRK M VN .< DI'BHIN,
ai Dul'oni 'Inxa 'enter. M lami,
he original
An r "T PI' hi office of
t he flerk ol II..... lit '"hit "ii ol
befon lhi of July, IS
t by defanil
n ill be taken I you for tin
ih in.in.I. .1 in thi Bill Of oali'
Thi- ii"'.....'i II i" lillbltshi d i
U'li week for nsi cutlve wet -
in TIIK JEVt ISH PI I iRH 'I VN
I .i IN :'. AND iRJ 'I IRK! i ai Mian I,
I'loiid.i. this 2nd ol lune, A.D
i: i: LKA rilER.M \N. Clerk
Circuit i 'ourt, i >ade Count) Pl<
I i' I' CttPELANU
Hi pulv il. rk
DUBBIN, St'HIFF, BWRK MAN
a- DUBBIN
Aftorneys for Plaintiff
SI l 1 lul'onl I'l. 'a in. r
Miami. Florida J1J1
'. :' i 7 I -8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 71100-B
In RK: Kstate of
MnltRlS LI.'NCH
I*. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and am Persons
Having Claims or Demands Agajust
Said Estate;
Yon ar,. heri by notified and required
to present any cMlns and demands
which ,\'..ii may I met the .s-
tata of Moiutis I.T'Nfti. ,i,- ..-. ,'.
lat.- of Dadt founiy, Florida, to the
County Judge* ol Hade County, and
til.- the tame in their offices In the
Cont) Courthouse In Hade County,
Plorlda, within sin .< sndar months
from the dati "i" the :ii-t publication
li.r.oi. MILTON P LUNCH
RERNK'E J SHKSTACK
A I \' '. !.. iif
Mill i- I nie h. dl c. ..
ROBERT II I liAI'llli;
Attorney
I1SC \ i diii'.itii Building
Miami. Florida
ti.-'4 7/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NoTifE is 111:i:i:t-v given
... I ileslrll '...-.
,. i, .,. del hi ': louj
..f i.i- \i: rKRDKfK Y M'HT I'l a !
" \\ 27 \\. a Miami, F
iti'. ml- 'I '"
flerk of the flreuit Court "f l -
i'ount> PI
i"i: v rES ''' 'V E, '^0.
.. i'' rida coi poratlon
PAUL AND I.VNI'V
Vttorneys for Applicant
141 Pun American Bank Bldg.. Mlam
.; 17-21 7 *
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 70654-A
In RE: Estate of
FLI IRENCE I. DEARBORN
I ceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All '"ri-.lit.us and All Perse
Haying Claims ,q- Demands Anal:.
Said Kstate:
You are hereby not fled and requlr. "
.,, present an) claims and demani*
which \."i nuts havi against th< i -
late of FI."I:'i:n. i: L DEARBORN
,1,, i as, .! late of Dad. founty. FI"
::, ihe Count) Judges of Da<
founty. and file thi -an,. In duplicn'
imd as provided in Section 733.1
i .. Ida Statuti s. In their offl< ea
ih, i 'oiintj '.....thouse In Dade Com -
u, Florida, within six ralend
months from the tlm< of the firs:
reof, or the we.au w
hi n.i'.d.
I hit, ,i ,,i Miami, Florida, tl I
In) of .1 im \ I' ''
- \ RGINI \ BE POSNBH
>- i:-... itris
in ..f this nol Ii
I In 22 da) of .1
Mil i\i iVI / ~'H.\ KR .y SCHER
\ fo i'\. utrls
6/24 7/1
IN IME COLNTY JUCGE.S COL"-
IN ANC FOR CACE COLNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71324-C
Ir RK
I.i .I !- I \\ K \ K.
De. .,- I
NOTICE TD CPFDITOfIS
To All d All Pel -"iis I
., ima or i i mamls Against Sa
i
Vou an h. t by notIfli I ami n
... ',. p -. i:t .'.:i\ clalmo and di
ui.iii'is whlch )"ii ii .iv hnvi i
the estate of LOUIS J. WICKNI .
,i,.,.,-. ,! late "f i .ni.' Counts. Plor d
to the f.....11 \ Judge* "f Dads Count;
ami rib in.- -.im. In duplicati and as
v |i d in s- ctlon 7::'! 16, Flo tl
st.n it. -. "i tin ii nfflrea .in the Com -
t> Courthouse in Dadi* County, Flo -
Ida, within six rale-miar months ft
the time "f the flitst Dabtlcatlnn hen -
of. or the same uili be barred.
Dati d at Miami, Florida this '".
iln\ ..I I in.. A D. IS.'.i-,
r^.l r. I i.\ ..ill.I.r.it
tils n:\ivo it sfiiw.MiTZ
\s Kxi cuioiv
F't-s.i publluutlpn of ihis notici I
the 27th flay of .lune, l^f..'.
\i m:\-1N t. WIENER. HSQ
Attorney tor Co-Executora
"l:LAiic'>- Bulldinc, Miami. ]i.i.
7 1-8-15-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAIVE LAW
Ni'TH-K I- III KI-HY OIVEN
th. underslftned, deelriniti to envaffi i
l.'lslll, -- under the fictitious 11.11.-
B.M.t H i 1041 S' cl.i.ld Bull. '
Mia nl, Plorlda, Intends to resistor
n.nn. with t he Clei k of thi Circuit
'ourt of Dad. County, Florida.
BI'SINRKB MAN'S CREDIT
BITRE \f, INi> IR I'. IRATE! >
A Florida Corporation
B] ROBERT 1- RO8UNBER0
Presidi nt
MAX \ GOLDFARB
tttorneys for I m Man's Credit
Bureuii, Inc., a Plo.ida Oorp
7/1-8-10-23


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"World
"eJewisih Floridlian
Miami, Florida, July 8, 1966
Sectio:; 3
Beth Am Sisterhood Chooses Helm
/
At a theatre party of the Council for International Visitors of
Greater Miami at the Coconut Grove Playhouse last week are
Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson Sr., president of the organization under
the aegis of the State Department here, Mitchell (Mickey)
Wolfson Jr.. and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wolfson. The party saw
the opening of "The Roar of the Grease Paint."
n
j
bv ISABEL GROVE
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Am
has elected the following officers
for the coming year:
President. Mrs. George Malin;
vice presidents. Mrs. Stanley Gil-1
bert. Mrs. Donald Frank. Mrs.
Kermit Bernheimer. Mrs. Leonard
Ilayet. Mrs Gene Essner, Mrs.
Phillip Brass. Mrs Murray I.ipin
sky. Mrs Ralph Leidner. and Mrs
Melvin I^evinson.
Recording secretary. Mrs Mur
ray Dubbin; corresponding secre-
tary. Mrs. Martin I.iebling: finan
cial secretary and treasurer. Mrs
Pauline Levick; parliamentarian.
Mrs. Richard Alper.
Board Of directors include Mrs.
Jerome Anapol. Mrs Byron Cher
kas. Mrs Robert Garvett. Mrs.
Ernest Heydemann, Mrs. Arthur
Jacowit/., Mrs Alan Kessler, Mrs.
Sam Kowalsky. Mrs Howard Blau man Weiner. Mrs. Edward Zucker,
stein. Mrs. Sylvan Pawliger, Mrs. Mrs Marvin Stein. Mrs Alfred El
Julian Pearson. Mrs. l,eonard lins. Mrs. David Gair. Mrs VictOl
Rappaport. Mrs. Edward Rubin. Eskenaz. Mrs. Norman Weinber;;,
Mrs. Jack Salem. Mrs. Sy Robbins. Mrs. Ellis Tarsches and Mrs. Se!
Mrs. Howard Stapleton. Mrs. Nor- wyn Savage.
Hypnotist to Address Y Socia
Singles Club Monday Evening
Julian Arroyo, hypnotist, will be also feature dancing and refresh
featured guest of the Social Singles
Club at the YM and wilA of Great-
er Miami. 8500 s\v ath St.. on Mon-
day at 8:30 p.m.
Arroyo will demonstrate various
methods of hypnosis Program will
ments
The Singles Club also ann'i I
plans lor a pool and patio part-, ii
the "Y" on Saturday at 8:30 p o
Included i" the activities are da IC
ins. swimming and games
Hen from Manila Philippines,
where In- is studying medicine
Bruce Hess was feted al .*
velcon home cockta'l part) and
buffet supper last Saturday even
in hosted by his parents. David
and Carolyn Hess, and his grand
parents, Abe and Claire Katz
: ovely patio party was held at
the home of his sister. Louise,
and husband. Edward Rudnick
Gathering also served as an
early bon voyage to the Hesses
and Kat7.es. who are leaving nexl
month for a trip tn 'he land o
the midnight sun Denmark,
N'orwaj and Sweden Among
the lively group of guests were
Mire Mana-Zucca, internationally
known composer, and husband,
Iiv.in ( assel. Ernest Silvermaii.
;.:.'w of Communitj Concerts,
noted violinist Eugene DuBois
and wife Pearl. Del,-ne Wolff,
George and Jenny Burney, Julius
and Ruth Spector, Dorothy and
Bill Sagman, Milton and Lee
Weiner, Mary and Ed Mandcll
Florence Rudnick, I.ee Seyilel.
KV n Roseman, Max and Bunnic
Weidner Also John Ditiniak
and lovely wife. Lisa Di Mllo,
who had just completed a sing-
en ;ag< menl at the Fontaine-
bleau, and gracious!) shared her
tall iii u ith the guests.
*
An exciting month for June
Dorothy Roth, who became
Mrs Jerry Came) on the 19th
ai the Algiers Hotel Earlier,
she had graduate d. with honors,
from Ohio State University, and
had been the guest ot honor at a
senes of pre-nuptlal parties given
by classmates at school Jetted
home in tune for the bridal show-
er held at the home of Mrs Her-
man W Peldman, co-hosted by
Mrs Hv Brenner, Mrs Sid Mai
der and Mrs Irving Gottlieb
Lovely Dorothy chose a beige and
orange linen sheath enhanced b)
yellow carnations Part) guests
included mother of the bride.
Mrs Edward Roth: mother of the
groom. Mrs Ra> Carney, of Ohio,
grandmother. Mrs. Louis Roth.
and aunts. Mrs Hill (Georgia)
Brenner, Mrs. Samuel Tenon-
baum of Birmingham. Ala and
Mrs David Neustadt. of Shaker
Heights, o. Newlyweds now
jXiiibu* ui U,tiuu. *hje Mr.
Carney is employed as an indus-
trial engineer with the Chrysler
Corp

Welcome little princess Car
olyn Sue. born May 22 to the
former Barbara Seitlin and Mar
mii ililman Will share the
home where heretofore two
princes, Edward 5. and Henry
Neal 2 reigned Grandparents
of the trio are Mr and Mrs Sain
Seitlin. Mr and Mrs Louis Gil-
man, and greal grandmother,
Mrs Jennie Seitlin .
Rabbi and Mrs Joseph E.
Rackovak) on a trip north with
a double mission In Monse>.
N Y they'll visit with then chil
dren, and in addition. Rabbi
Rackovsk) will visit other cities
to confer with 'Botav DtninV on
the Jewish problems of the day.
Mi and Mrs Julius K. KovaCS,
:421 \W 2nd Ter celebrating
their 55th wedding anniversary
July 11 They 11 be entertained
on the occasion ol the milestone
bv daughter Madge, husband Mel
vin Rosenbaum, and 18 year-old
grandson Steven Rosenbaum .
And a half century of wedded
Continued on Page 10-B
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7 t I
/uHlty Ml
Scl and Goldie Goldstein (left) dine in a restaurant in Florence.
Italy, with long-time friends Paul and Jan Rimier, of Miami
Beach and New York, whom they had met by chance while
both couples were abroad. Although Sol was "enchanted"
with Italy, particularly Rome, the trip was primarily planned
to give Goldie, active leader here, the opportunity for a close
look at Israel and Israelis.
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vJenist Fkrtdfiar
Friday, July 8, 1966
... an
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FUN WITH THE GRANDCHILDREN
There's lots of "grandchildren-spoiling" being
done over at the Crystal House in Peggy and
Julius Rosenbergs apartment. Peggy's son and
his wife, Ralph and Helen Simon, came in from
Tampa to celebrate their 18th wedding anniver-
sary. They all went to the Gigi Room at the
Fontainebleau Hotel. Peggy's other son and his
wife, David and Barbara Simon, came in from
Tampa, too Jeanne, the oldest grandchild,
belonging to Ralph and Helen, and 6-month-old
Renee. daughter of David and Barbara, are get-
ting the red carpet treatment.
HERE'S OUR ITINERARY
When asked. 'Where are you going on your
trip to Europe'.' Hazel and Irving Cypeh proudly
show the map that their 11-year-old son. Myles.
drew for them, with a heavy black line indicat-
ing the route and hotels along the way from
Switzerland to Italy to Austria to Germany. Then
there is an arrow pointing to France. Tod and
Myles are at Blue Star Camp. Wayne is at the
Forensic Institute on the campus of Georgetown
University in Washington, D.C.. Bonnie is going
to Miami-Dade Junior College, and Steven, who
is in his second year at law school, is clerking
in his father's law office.
ON A WESTERN TREK
They are having a wonderful time, according
to a post card from Helen and Hy Kaplan It sav-
in part, "We are awed by the splendor ot the
Grand Canyon, dazzled by the glamor of Las
Vegas and excited by the fabulous Century Plaza
in Los Angeles." From there, they go on to
Banff and Lake Louise They have used the
best superlatives already
THROUGH LINE TO MIAMI
Friends of Juliet Oshlag Lieber will be de-
lighted to hear that she and her husband. Dr.
Hyman Lieber, have returned from Phoenix
Ariz., to live in Coral Gables. Dr. Lieber is a
physician at the Veterans Hospital -here. Daugh-
ter Dody. who lives in Hollywood with her doctor
husband. Philip Weinstein Jr., put in a through
telephone line to Miami, so she car. talk to
her mother in ordinary fashion not Ion"
distance. This week, there is an extra amount
daughter
Fran, husband -...ho is a
professor at the University of Chicago, and their
two children. Judy and Edward So with the
Weinsteins three. Steven, July and Susan, it is
an active, noisy family group.
NO MORE ROOM IN THE CAR
Richard and Christ a Kanner and the two
girls. Sharon and Jackie, set out for a long ride,
destination. Yosemite National Park. Jackie in-
sisted on taking her stuffed dog along that's al-
most as big as she. Sharon, of course, said. "Me
too." They could hardly squeeze into the back
seat after the animals were in
>
LOVELY MEMORIES
Roberta, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Schulman. who became the bride of Harry Green
last Sunday, not only has her lovely wedding to
remember but all of the exciting affairs that led
up to the day of days. A dinner was given at the
home of Phyllis and Dan Richter for both fam-
ilies. Their eight-year-old twins. Stetson and Vin-
cent, were old enough to be ring bearers, but not
old enough to stay up for the dinner party. Dr.
Thomas McMullcn and his Dot. who have recently
acquired a hotel in Honolulu, gave a dinner at
the Miami Shores Villas. They had the orchestra
play all of the Hawaiian songs, including the
Wedding Song. Rosemaiy (Mrs. Mel) Green host-
essed a luncheon for her future sister-in-law at
the David Williams. It was all done in orange
Baskets of orange roses highlighted the table
even the champagne was orange The shower
gifts were placed on the gift table in a huge bird
cake. As the bows were taken off of the beauti-
fully-wrapped packages, they were attached to
the outside of the bird cage, making an attractive
memento. The final affair was the rehearsal
dinner given at the Deauville Hotel for the bridal
party and out-of-town guests by the parents of
the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Green
HOME AGAIN, HOME AGAIN
Miriam Kobley is home from her vacation
several months earlier than she had anticipated.
She went to see her folks in Jamaica. L.I. But
the big thrill was to see her "baby's" baby. (Mir-
iam has always called her youngest son her baby,
even though ho is married to Maxine, and they
have a now baby of their own.) Eric, act irding
to his grandmother, is the cute-: evt; Steven
Kobley won't like this at all
Frances Lehman
Students Give Karen Ami Funds
Mrs. Harry- Ross, principal of the
Religious School of Temple Beth
announce! en Ami
'"" I ':'' '' students in
!< divided
; amon; local, n i d interns
veil as eligious
Fands were Com-

ion Collegi
ale >mbined ( an
for n Judaism. Jewish. \
fortreesin 1
resl of Israel. Chil
Asthmatic Hospital in D .
Variety Children's Hospital (the
name of Beth Am Ri >ehool
is < r. a plaque in its lobbji. Youth
Aliyah, Douglas Gardens Home for
the Aged. Jewish Braille Society,
: .""'. Ami
Jewis i s :,.. h,
Univers pital Chap-
Isi laqua Sociel
Wor .
-
Policemen Get Jail Term
!o 1
d were im| .. <_-11 > 1r- r i on four p<
licemen convicted of beating w
Yosef Herzberg, a 17-yei
youth. The incident, when it oc
curred. shocked the local comnuir
lty and the entire country. One o
the four was demot-rt in rank, fron
sergeant to constable.
M*S. ULUAN HARKISON
Women Attend
Brandeis Library
Conference
By Special Report
WALTHAM, Mass Some 400
delegates from 39 states repre-
sented the 7 ."1.000 members of the
Brandeis L'niversitj National Won:
en's Committee, the largest friends
'of a librarj group in the world, at
the 18th annual conleier 11
1 campus here
I.oeal delegates to the recent
[conference included: From the Mi
ami Chapter Mrs Alvin Philip
.son. 8355 SW 89th St., treasurer
From the Miami Beach Chapter
.Mrs Arthur JurkowiU, 675 84th
St., president; Mrs. Ethel Nagler.
'545 Morton Towers North, vice
president; Mrs Sidney M. Schwartz.
107 W. Rivo Alto Dr.. national vice
president.
A highlight of the conference
' < di dication of the 250.000-
nzai
ii Bra
e compli
the accept
ility by (hi
Beachite Wins
Food Fair
'Surprize' Game
Don't try to tell Mrs. Lillian Har-
rison she should cut down on
sweets.
Last Thursday, Mrs. Harrison
dropped in at her Food Fair store.
520 Collins Ave., for some halvah
She came out with the halvah ane
$1,000 top prize in the supermar
ket chain's current "Surpn/
Party" game.
Merchandise and cash are given
away in the game. Mrs. Harrison
who is the first Miami Beach resi
dent to walk away with the gran,;
prize, received an "instant'' win
nor coupon.
"This was my third winner Be
fore this. I won olives and some
Fyne-Tex cleaner and 1 was
every bit as excited about them
said Mrs. Harrison.
Store Manager Ed Walker .ir
nounced the windfall over his pub-
lic address system, and Mrs. Har
rison was mobbed by well-wisher-
People rushed up to me and rub
bed my left shoulder. I starti
shaking, and a nice bread sail -
man offered to drive me honu
she ~.iid
Mrs Harrison was widowed fiv
years ago She moved here f:
California two years ago to !i\
with her married sister. "I usua
go shopping with my sister," she
explained "This is what 1 think H
a woman's pleasure to go shop-
ping "
What will she do with the prize
money? Now that she has had time
to think about it. Mrs. llarri-
has the answer. She smiles anl
holds up a colorful folder for a
South American cruise.
Anl I hope it gets mo a job'
she add- "I'm a bookooper anl
I'm looking for work."ST.
Native-Born Chileans
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^Jenislh FhrkH&n
Pcige 3-B
..,> :te i officers for 1966-67 of the Louise
sr, American Jewish Congress, are
ing left to right) Mrs. Mary S. Cohen.
trice president; Mrs. Gertrude Mogul.
;hairman; Mrs. Anne Tanenbaum.
n, Mrs. Rose Roth, financial sec-
'.' rg s dor Baum, treasurer; Mrs. Sam
Herder, fund raising vice president; Mrs. Jos-
eph White, program vice president; Mrs. Isabel
Slavitt, recording secretary. Seated (left to
right) are Mrs. Louis Cohen, membership vice
president; Mrs. Joseph Albuguergue, president;
and Mrs. Henry Hersch. chairman of journal.
Mrs. Hess And
BBW Unit Honored
Miami Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women received six awards al the
recent District 5 convention held
in Baltimore, Md.
Certificates of honor were pre-
sented to the chapter for "life
giving support to B'nai B'rith
agencies," for "having exceeded its
share of financial responsibility,"
for "90 and 100 percent member
retention." and Gold Honor Card
Award
Sixth award was presented to
Mrs David A. Hess, immediate
past president of the chapter, for
"bringinn in the larsest number
of members to an established dis-
trict chapter."
Other delegates representing the
chapter were Mesdames Harry
Pearl. Sylvia I.iebman, Henry Ross,
Peter Uuchon. Max Kunst. and
alternate. Dora Berman.
Indian Jewish Seminar
1.' IMBAY (JTA The -i-
tral Jewish Board Ol Bombaj I
poitii this '.eek that. : two
weeks, discussions on Jewish ra-
ligious lore and Hebrew melod
wen- heard in the Val Lash
imr. where a seminar encampment
of Bene Akiba youth leaders and
Hebrew teachers was held, li y t
owicz, president of the Jev. i
Board, traveled 1,200 miles t'
spend the occasion with the >
inar members.
Beth David Fills Supervisors Post
president of Beth ordination of Programs for Teach
ers In Daj Tare Centers given by
Florida State Welfare Department
this past year She served as sup
ervifor of the Southwest Branch,
YM and WIIA of Greater Miami for
the past eight years, and prior to
that was head teacher of the 92nd
Street YMHA in New York City
Mrs. Harris holds a diploma in
'. announces the
Mrs Miriam Hat i Is
i its South Dade
SchMl for the coming
the South Florida
Vs.* fion Children Under Six.
Mr- r'-rris i- assisted i" the co-
child education and a New York
State teachers license. Her post-
graduate work includes specialized
courses and workshops at New
York University and Bank Street
College with Dr. Agnes Snyder and
Dr. Jessie Stanton.
Parents of prospective students
will be invited for interviews and
meetings in the near future.
Sol Rabin is education director
at Beth David
Herzel and Bialik
Subjects of Talk
"The Anniversary of Theodor
Herzel and Chaim Nachman Bia-
lik" will be the topic of a lecture
by Dr. Abraham Wolfson before
the Spinoza Forum for Adult Edu-
cation on Thursday. 10 a.m in the
auditorium of the Washington
Federal. 1234 Washington Ave
Music and readings by members
of the audience precede the lec-
ture. Questions and comments fol-
low. Raphael Burstein is chairman
Fine Arts Class
Registration At
Beth David
Registration remains open to the-
public through Julj 14 for a sum
nur arts education program i
sored by the Fine Aits of Beth
David Congregation.
Four courses offered start July
7. at 7:30 p.m., and continue e v
Thursday for six weeks
Gigi Aramesco, local painter in
teaching Painting and Draw:-
and Janet Billings ;- instr i I n
for Paper Mache. class which i
volves sculpturing figures f i
paper.
Other courses are "Folk Da 1C
ing," taught by Simona Bercu. '
"Playing the Haliil." under the di-
rection of Paul Popelka
Mrs Julius Spector. chairman of
the Fine Arts of Beth David, ad
vises that a three-day community
Arts Festival is planned for
November.
what's LOX ury?
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Friday. July 8. 196?
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Newman Spitzer
In a double ring ceremony on
Saturday, July 2. Carole Hermine.
dataghter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Spitzer, 7532 Buccaneer Ave.. be-
came the bride of Isadore, son of
Mr, and Mrs. Sidney Newman. 751
Kuclid Ave. The Doral Country
Club was the setting for the nup-
tials and reception which followed.
Rabbi Irving l^hrman officiated
at the evening rites, and the couple
was attended by Mrs. Joyce Silow,
the bride's sister, and Bernard
Salzberg, best man.
For the wedding, the bride se-
lected an alencon lace sheath with
portrait neckline. The camelot coat
f pure silk peau de soie swept
into an aisle-wide train, and the
English illusion lace was held by
a matching pill box. She carried
;> cascade of white roses and white
orchids
Both graduates of Miami Beach
High and the Universitj of Miami.
Hie bride "as on the faculty at
Miami Springs Elementary School.
Her bridegroom Is working toward
i n MA degree in psychology at the
N'ew School ior Social Research in
New > oik Citj
Now on a honeymoon in Caracas,
Venezuela, new Mr. and Mrs, New-
man plan to live in Long Island
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MRS. ISADOR[ NEWMAN
Werni ,
MRS. MARTIN COHEN
Cohen Sunness
A sown of ivory peau de soie
with French embroidered net was
tlig choice of Linda Sue Sunness
hen she exchanged marital vows
uith Martin Steven Cohen on Sat-
urday evening. July 2.
Rabbi Sol Landau officiated at
the ceremony held in the Doral
Country Club where a reception
followed.
1'arents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Sunness. 211
Shore Dr. So., and Mr. and Mrs
Many Cohen of Brooklyn. NY.
Honor attendants were Patty
Sunness, the bride's sister, and
Mrs Bernard Pestyner Susan Kan
ner and Barbara Lipson were
smaids
Tl e bridegroom had Bernard
ner as lies; man, and
Sunness, James Bi
Josephson, Steven Weinberg
li Mil W'einfcld as ushers.
Now attending state University
of .\ew York College of Medicine.
Downstate, Mr Cohen graduated
from Syracuse University, where
he was a member of Psi Sigma
Delta Fraternity.
His bride is an alumna of Miami
High and Syracuse University,
and is now working toward an MA
degree in speech pathology at
Brooklyn College
On their return from a wedding
trip to Puerto Rico and the Virgin
Isles, new Mr. and Mrs. Cohen
will live at 811 New York Ave.,
Brooklvn.
Martin An
MRS. MORRIt JURKOWITZ
Mow On Stage
UST 3 DAYS!
Jurkowitz Frank
Irma Diamond Frank, of 8501
S\V 20th Ter., became the bride of
Morrie M. Jurkowitz on Sunday,
July 3.
The ceremon; and reception
which folli wed al 13840
SW 74th C1 the ol the
I room's -i ter and her husband,
Mr, and Mrs, Lee Aerenson. The
couple was attended by Thelma
Diamond and Arthur Jurkowitz.
On their return from a wedding
trip to New York and Europe, new
Mr. and Mrs. Jurkowitz will live
in Santa Barbara. Calif., where the
bridegroom engages in real estate
investments.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Joseph Diamond. 130 NW
llfith St.. is an alumnae of Syra-
cuse University,
Her bridegroom is the son of
Mrs. Sarah Jurkowitz, Miami
Beach, and the late Phillip Jurko-
witz. He has a degree in engineer-
ing from Northwestern University.
Von Dam Greenberg
The Diplomat Country Club was
the setting for the July 2 nuptials
uniting Evelyn Celia Greenberg
and Philip Steven Van Dam A re-
ception at the club followed the
Saturday evening ceremony con-
ducted by Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz
For the wedding, the bride
chose a gown of peau de soie. deli-
cately embroidered with seed
pearls, and carried pure white or-
chids. Her attendants included Mrs
Sol Ratner. matron of honor. Sally
Bonder, Anne Kern and Laura
Weissbard, bridesmaids.
Mat. Wed. t Sat.
OPENS TUES.
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North Miami High and ha- a de
gree in ait education from the
Universitj of Miami She i- .< mem
ber of the National Art Education
Association
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Van Dam. 16101 NE
8th Ct., is a graduate of North
Miami High and attends Miami
Dade Junior College. He is em-
ployed by National Airlines.
Serving as his best man was
David Gordon. Ushers included
Sidney Gardner. Barrj Greenberg
and Augustine Orlando.
<>n their return from Jamaica.
Mr. Van Dam and his bride will
live at [851 NE 167th St
Klein Bleivais
Beth Torah Coi Was
r Hi- mat
honorinf I;
1
urdaj evening, July 2 Rabbi .
x ipschitz officiated
For the ceremony, the bride
chose a gown ol silk organza with
Lmrted.SJ>anish la<* "Piques
!nd ca"-ied white orchids, Mrs
*nnle ,! K1" was bridal attend
Serving as best man was I)(l ,
n.nT,' "'"' HenMn Gerzog
Edd m !' MichaeI Hubschman
I--. David Schulmm, ring
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Schulman, 1310 NW n-n.i s
MrThLdrtfr,,,'^ si -<
Gables High, he attended Miani
Dade Junior College.
On their return from a honey
moon in Jamaica, the couple wi!
live in North Miami

Gelb Hofman
On their return from a weddn
trip to Mexico and Venezuela, new
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Joseph Gi
will live at 3301 NE 5th Ave
The couple exchanged vows o
Saturday. July 2. in an evening
ceremony performed by Rabb
Joseph Narot. The Fontaineblca'
Hotel was the site of the nuptial."
and reception which followed.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathai
Hofman of Caracas. Venezuela. th~
former Gladys Ruth Hofman at
tended Briarcliff College in New
York.
Her bridegroom, a stockbrokei
attended the University of Cornice
ticut He is the son of Mr. and Mr-
Frank Gelb. 1500 Bay Rd f
Bridal attendants were Mrs
Yvonne Levy, matron of honoi
Barbara Kolodner and Susan
Caridi, bridesmaids Dr. Ed wan
Cutler served a- best man Wlss
Le\> and Gene Landesman usl
ered.
a
Ciment Kagan
I bara Ann. daughter ol M
ai i Mrs Myer Kagan ol Alban
\ Y became the bride 01 v
Cimcnl on Sunday. July 3, Bl
p.m ceremonj in Tempi.' israi
of Albany, where a reception to
lowed
Son of Mr and Mrs Jack I
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Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ful-
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new Mrs. Van Dam graduated from
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Friday. July 8. 1966
" kiKl IkMltM.tr
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^Tjrides <^ay (/<
ows as
June J3
ows
Continued from Preceding Page
miit. 1026 Euclid Ave., the bride-
groom had his brother, Norman
Ciment, as best man, and tho
bride's brother. Todd Kagan, a-
usher.
The bride's attendants included
her sisters, Kayo Kagan, maid of
honor, Risa Kagan, and .loan (i
nient, brideamaldB.
The full-length bridal sown of
reembroidered alencon lace, ac-
cented with seed pearls and cut
crystal beads, was fashioned with
.i scoop neckline, s'hort sleeves and
.in empire bodice. The A line skirt,
with inset of organza, held a de-
tachable train of organza accented
with back bows.
\ three-tiered veil falling from
,i pill box crown completed the
ensemble, and she carried a cas
ade "I white roses, cymbidium
rchids and English ivy
New Mrs Ciment graduated
i Albany High, and is now a
-ciuo: at Stein College for Women
' i shiva University,
Her bridegroom graduated from
a L'niversitj High Sch iol,
ned .' BS di '..: ee, m<
tide, at Ihe I I''
Of a #\r,
i
i hi
n i 'ourai I Instil ute o
at N
ity.
iddress for the couple wil
-'I Bennett Ave., New York
it>
Green Shulman
The Deauville Hotel was the
setting for the late evening cere
y uniting Roberta Ann. daugh
ler "! Mr and Mrs Joseph Shul
405 \\ DiLido Dr., and Law
rence Michael Green on Sunday,
ul> A. The bridegroom is the son
f Mr aid Mis Henry DoyaJ
.nil! 112.") n Greenway Dr.
Irvini 1 i hrnuin was offici
abbi, and a reception at the
illow< ii the nop ials.
i iple will live al 4590
Rd.
The bi le had Rosanne Shul
Mi Gail s Lane and Mi
H Green as h
1 Bridesmaids inchti
w i iton, li is B okbind* r
rilj 'i Boshnick ami Robin Carol
man.
\ graduate of Miami Beach
Senior High, where she was editor
hief of the High-Tide Yearbook,
mi president of Winx Girls Club.
he I Diversity of Miami.
The bridegroom is a graduate of
oral Gables Senior High and at-
tended the University of Alabama.
when he was a member of Alpha
Eta Pi Fraternity. He has a degree
irom the University of Miami and
will attend the University's Law
School.
Serving as his best man was
Melvin L. Green. Groomsmen were
MRS. RICHARD HORWITZ

MRS. miVVN C.'MF'jr
WffS. LAWRSNCt C.fff.V
Eric Stoller, Glenn Block, Harvey
Neiman and Ronald Green, with
Stephen and Vincent Richter, ring-
bearers.
Horwitz Remer
The former Barbara Judith Ren
zer exchanged vows with Richard
Sylvan Horwitz on Sunday, Jul) :i
i he mi noon ceremony at
Beth Torah i ongregation was con
ducted b> Rabbi Max Lipschitz and
i ai it Ja >b i Renzer, the in -
er.
Following ;i reception at tho
temple, a I'amih dinner was held
al the Sterling Hotel.
For the nuptials, the bride s(-
lected a gown of French lace with
bell-shaped skirt. Throe tiers of
satin, trimmed in the French lace,
formed the long train, and satin
and lace roses held tho illusion
veil.
Diane Gordon served as maid of
honor. Shell) Horwitz and Susan
Horwitz. the groom's sisters, were
bridesmaids, and Dawn Horwitz
was flower girl.
Son of Mr and Mis Morris Hor
wit/.. San Francisco, ( alif., the
bridegroom had his brother, Rob
erl Horwitz. ;:s besl man Other at-
ton. I I
Renzer, the I hi rs,
Nathan Spector and Alan Gerson
Daughter of Cantor and Mrs.
Jacob J. Renzer, 1079 NE 165th
Ter., new Mrs. Horwitz is a grad-
uate of University City High in
St Louis, Mo., attended Kirkwood
College, and graduated from Mis-
souri School lor Doctors Assistants.
Mr lbirv.it/ graduated from
Washington High in San Francisco
and earned a degree in mathe-
matics at Washington Ui
m St. Louis. He has a Mas- r's de
ii i tathematicaJ stal istic-s
from I Columbia t niversil which
he attended o.i a teaching fellow-
ship, and also took courses '
Yeshiva University this year. He
will be working as a mathematical
statistician lor the Atomic Energ)
Commission at Brookhaven labora-
tories in Now York.
The newly weds will live in fin-
est Hills, N.Y.
Guests at tho wedding included
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolf, rela-
tives of the bride. Mr. and Mrs
Werner Lash, and Max Renford,
Mrs. Render's brother, all of Lon-
don, England,
Allman Sperling
Follow ing a trip to Nev
and newly married I ; i
tnd Allen Dei
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We
the
Women
i
GLORIA
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Gloria Torem says that the IMOSI exciting part of her
life began the day she married Mel Muroff. In 1937. Gloria
moved with her family from Patterson. N.J.. to Miami, when
she was practically a babc-in-arms. She went to Shenandoah
Elementary and Junior High School, and later to Miami
High. She was active in the Student
Council and an ardent Thespian.
She enrolled at New York Univer-
sity and was a regular Rah Rah
college girl. She became dean of
her sorority. Alpha Epsilon Phi,
and president of Pan-Hellenic the
same year. After graduating from
the School of Design with a BS
degree. Gloria taught school for
two years in Ft. Laudordale In
1951, she went into the active part
of the decorating business with
her father in his store. Torem Fine
Furniture.
Neither she nor her future
husband like blind dates, but they
were coerced by one of Gloria's
clients. The beginning of a summer romance turned into
the real thing. She met "Him" in August. On his birthday,
Nov. 18. he asked her to marry him when they were out
for dinner. "Now you can eat both steaks." said Gloria,
and Mel did. Gloria has never stopped working, although
Mel says that she did. too, take some time off two
weeks for the birth of their three children. Jan. Jode
and Joseph. Gloria feels that she is personally a better wife,
mother and individual because she is completely aware
of the world around her. Design is in her blood and spirit,
and she feels an intense satisfaction in being able to infuse
homes with the personality and essential being of those
who live there.
Mel is unusually understanding. He realizes that Gloria
must be active in order to be "a complete person." She
is currently taking part in a summer job program for
students in the design field in conjunction with the Uni-
versity of Miami. As one of the original founders of the
project, she is again conducting seminars every Friday
afternoon. It has been an extremely valuable aid to both
employers and employees. She was recently installed
executive vice president of the Florida Chapter. National
Home Fashion League, and has just returned from the
organization's annual conference in Dallas.
Gloria is on the board of the Designers and Decorators
Guild of Florida. She has just completed the Royal Car-
ribbean Club and the models at Stonehaven and Kendall
Point. But with all of this, she finds time for Brownies
and Girl Scouts. It takes a lot of organizing and a good
housekeeper, but the old adage about the busy person who
finds time for everything holds true in her case, as well
She and Mel love all sports and never miss a football game.
They even find time to play honeymoon bridge. Thev don't
do too much entertaining there isn't enough time
but every year, the whole family gathers together for the
traditional Passover dinner to which Gloria looks forward
as if she were to be presented with an outstanding honor.
As pretty as the homes she creates Gloria has com-
bined her work and family so that they have a delightfully
happy life together. The children are interested in every-
hing that she does. That's why they were carrying around
the June and July issues of Family Circle magazine. In
them, there are some lovely color pictures of exciting
SSTiitrea;fm,en,S and ,wo charming Florida rooms by
Gloria Muroff Interiors. Gloria might work from her office
a home and her station wagon, but her loving heart is
always working with her husband and children
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Altman will live in ("oral Gables.
Ceremony uniting the couple
was held mi Saturday, July 2, at
the Deauville Hotel, with Rabbi
Alfred Waxman performing the
evening nuptials
For the wedding, the bride se
lected a white alencon lace sheath
with peau de soie camelol train.
and carried a cascade of orchids
Honor attendants were Marleen
Sperling, l-'ran Kaiserman and
Helen Berne, with Yicki Sterner
man and I.inda Weinberg as brides
maids.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Max
well Franklin Sperling, 910 Yal-
nera Ave. new Mrs. Altman is a
graduate of Coral Gables Senior
High and attended the Universitj
of Florida where she was a mem-
ber of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority
She graduated with a BA degree,
magna cum laude. from the l'ni
versity of Miami, interned at Coral
Gables Senior High, and will teach
Ardmon
MRS. LAWRCNCf JOSIPHS
ows
English at Miami Si rings Senior
High
The bridegroom is the son of
Mi ami Mrs Sam Altman, 3881
wv 1st st a graduate of Miami
Senior High, he attended Emory
University where he was a member
(it Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity.
He earned a BS degree in business
administration at the University of
Florida, and is an honor Student
at the Universitj of Miami School
(if Law. He is associate editor Of
Law Review, served as assistant
Digest editor, ami belongs to Beta
Alpha Psi, national accounting
honorary
Serving as his best man was
Robert Altman .lack Berne. Sid
Kaiserman. Mike Serhy and David
Kalish ushered
Josephs Harris
An 11 a.m. double ring candle
light ceremony on Sunday. July ''.
at the Fontainebleau Hotel, united
Jane Ona Harris and Lawrence
Mathew Josephs Rabbi Eugene
Labovib officiated, and a recep-
tion and formal dinner at the
hotel followed
New Mrs Josephs is the daugh
ter of Mrs Lillian Harris. 8974
Bay Dr., and the late Louis Harris.
Parents of the bridegroom are Mr
and Mrs Joseph Josephs, of Brook-
lyn. NY
On their return from a honey-
moon in Jamaica, the newKweds
will live in New York Citj
Given in marriage by her uncle.
George Polera. the bride had her
mother as mat ion of honor The
grooms brother. Irwin Joseph,
served as best man.
For the pink and red nuptials
the bride selected an A line, floor
length wedding gown of summer
satin featuring a chapel tram, lont
sleeves to wrist point, and an em-
pire waist reembroidered with
seed pearls. The French illusion
was held by a satin pillbox, and
she carried white orchids, steph
anotis and lily of the-valley.
New Mrs. Josephs attended Bar
nard School for Girls in New York
City, graduated from Miami Beach
Senior High, and attended the
University of Missouri in Kansas
City. Mo., and the Universitj Miami.
A graduate of New Utrecht High
the bridegroom has a degree from
New York University.
Kaufman Seinfeld
A long sleeved, chantillx lac.
Sown with empire waist was the
former Brenda Hope Seinfelds
choice when she exchange.! wed
ding vows with Gilbert Kaufman
Rabbi Eugene Labovib conducted
tne late evening ceremony ,m Sat
"rday- July 2. at Harbour House
^outn
New Mr. and Mrs Kaufman will
ve in New York when thej re
turn, from a honeymoon in Europe
rhe bride is the daughter ol Mr
NE 5th Ave., and had her sister
Mr^ Maurice Glazer. as ma........j
_A_ graduate of Miami Ediaon
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MRS. DONAIC MA*Gf*
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Laboratory Assistant! at Jacksoi
Memorial Hospiti
Hubert Kaufmar served as hi'
l :. tiler's best mU e> th<
ens of Mr and Mri Samuel Kaui
man of New Y. :. where thi
groom attended icbooil
Merger Gcctman
Carole Jean, daughtti of Mr. and
Mrs Martin Goodman, 5;:4 sw
5th Ter., exchanged vows with
Donald, son of Mi ;.id Mrs. Bel
nard Marger, 251C SW 4th St. 01
Saturday. July 2.
Rabbi Morton Malavakj offici
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at the Algiers Hotel, where a re
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For the nuptials. th bridi cho-
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T-'E LONG Fourth of July holl-
' nay weekend found many
ps staying at home. The
ach for dinner and a show was
itinerary of the Phil Stein-
I Sam Stones, and Irwin
; ckers
Steinberg wore a powder
. moygashel linen sheath with
broidered floral appliques
ed with nine caviar beads
red over both her dress and
hing sweater Mrs. Stone
emerald green with the
loii'j torso bodiee m green with
White polka dots. Her sleeveless
bodice was banded in the solid
green. A royal purple linen was
the choice of Mrs Blocker. Her
sleeveless, jewel neck dress fea-
tured the Aline silhouette, and
her accessories were in shocking
pink
At home. Mrs. Goldstein don-
ned a red. white, and blue en-
semble when the family opted
for the fireworks at the Orange
Bowl In white cotton boucle. the
bodice of the one-piece dress had
blue and red stripes. The blue
lacket had "frog-type" brass but
ton closings.

QUT FOR DINNER wen the
"'Norman Harrows and Milton
Goldbergs. Mrs Harrow made the
ensemble she wore It was an
orange toned pink sleeveless
skimmer, with a jewel neckline
The fabric was an interesting te\
lined blend, and was also used
for the matching long-sleeved
jacket Her ascol and jacket were
lined in an ice pink and orange
silk print Mr Goldberg.- tex-
tured knit bodice was fitted in
the long torso silhouette and
worn with a white, permanently
pleated skirt
The Ben Bssens kept busy with
out-of-town guests at dinner Sun
day evening Mrs. Essen's black
chiffon featured row after row of
ruffles cascading down her skirt.
Hr white fitted bodice was ef an
imported fabric and cleevelesf
with a cowl neckline.
The Sea Coast Towers South
featured a Fourth of July barbe-
cue scheduled for poolside on
Monday evening. For this party,
Hazi I chose a pair of bell-bot-
tomed chartreuse slacks which
she topped with a chartreuse and
blue silk knit top featuring the
turtle-neckline
THE E. GREF.NSTEINS she's
the well known painter Ronni
en entertained at a cock-
tail party at their home. Mrs
Greenstein greeted her guests in
a hostess ensemble of cotton with
miniature floral prints in multi-
colored hues Among guests were
the Robert Manns. She chose a
lavender voile print in the shift
silhouette It was long sleeved
with a scooped neckline Their
daughter. Miss Alice Mann, was
in a sleeveless navy, in the A-line
silhouette with a deep V-neckline
Mrs Jerry Rosen was in a
w bite two-piece ensemble. A
black cotton cocktail suit was
worn by Mrs. Rose Alterman. Her
long-sleeved fitted jacket had a
decollete neckline and was softly
i I Mrs Joseph Krofet/s
paisley print was predominant i>
moss green with ombred tones of
yellow and green blending in the
sateen print Her dress followed
the wide flowing lines featured
this summer. The A line was full,
as were her three-quarter sleevi -
The dress zipped up the back, and
the neckline fell into a modified
soft cowl
Joining several of the guests
for a late dinner date were the
Robert Russells. Her olive greet
moygashel linen was cut in the
A-line silhouette and her elbow
length sleeves were horizontals
striped in orange and gold.
Uows as June ^J^jows
Continued from Preceding Poo
".n of white organza and lace
ioned with empire bodice and
train. The bridal bouquet was
I de up of white roses around a
te orchid center.
Iron of honor was Susan I.ov-
i-rth. Bridesmaids included
I i en Blumenthal. Marsha Bank
. < Robert Senter.
leffrey Margcr was best man.
Daniel Budd. Stanley Kelly
. Jerry Lovenworth. ushers.
'ikimna of Miami Senior High.
here she was a member of Civin-
flies Service Club and TaRS B'nai
th Girls, new Mrs. Marger will
- aduate from Jackson Memorial
Hospital School of Nursing in
" I em her.
graduate of Miami Senior
ph, the bridegroom earned a BS
iltgree at Duke University and is
a student in the university's
." ool of medicine.
: he couple will honeymoon in
ami Beach and live in Durham.
after September 1.
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Kogan Prilufchi
Fatiana Trina. daughter of Mr
Mrs Alexander Prilutchi.
II NB 15th Ave exchanged
lal vows with Michael J. Ko-
cii Sunday evening, July 3.
I bi Max Lipschitz officiated at
< nuptials held at Beth Torah
gation where a reception
'wed
For the ceremony, the bride so
toted a white chantilly lace gown
ith a long train. A rock crystal
ra held the illusion veil, and
' bouquet was an arrangement
II white orchids. She wore dia
'< nd and sapphire earrings and
i-nriant. a gift from the groom,
dal attendant was Michele
fin.
^on of Mr and Mrs Alexander
Kogan, 3722 Royal Palm Ave.. the
Idegroom had Richard S. Hober
- an as best man. and his brother.
Alexander Kogan Jr. as usher
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Now working towards his PhD
in chemistry at the University of
Miami. Mr. Kogan also has a BA
degree in political science, and a
BS degree in chemistry' from the
university He is a student member
of the American Chemical Society.
New Mrs Kogan earned a BS
degree in electrical engineering
at the University of Miami. She is
a member of the Florida Engineer
ing Society, the institute of Elec-
trical and Electronic Engineers,
and the American Rocket Society.
She is presently employed in the
planning division of the Florida
Power and Light Co.. the first
woman engineer the company has
employed
On their return from a wedding
trip to San Juan. Antigua and St
Thomas, the newlyweds will live
at 2853 Douglas Rd.

Mitchell Ashkenas
Now on a honeymoon in Mexico,
new Mr and Mrs Gary Kugcnc
Mitchell exchanged vows on Sun
day. Jul> 3. at the Crown Hotel.
A reception in the hotel followed
the evening ceremony performed
by Rabbi Franz Blau
The former Barbara Marcia Ash
kenas is the daughter of David
Ashkenas. 751 6th St.. and Mr
and Mrs Saul Shuster. 932 10th
St.. and granddaughter of Mr and
Mrs. Samuel Eisenman. Normandy
Isles.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs Sylvia Mitchell. 411 N\V 32nd
Ct. and Jerome Mitchell. Miami.
For the nuptials, the bride chose
a white chantilly lace gown, and
carried white roses and orchids.
Honor attendants were Linda
Ashkenas. the bride's sister, and
Mrs. Martin l^emlich. Bridesmaids
included Janice McLeod. Roz Gor-
don. Mrs Paul Ashe. and Andrea
Farber. with Elisa Ashkenas as
flower girl.
The groom's brother. Douglas
Mitchell, was his best man. Among
ushers were Donald S. Slesnick II.
Van Farber Leslie Farber, Irving
Ei/enman and Paul Ashe. the
bride's brother Laurence V. Ashe
served as pagl
The newlyweds plan to live ii.
Sarasota. Fla., where the bride
will teach first grade U1 elementary
school, and tin bridegroom will
teach Spanish
Now on the faculty at Miramax.
new Mrs Mitchell graduated from
v ami Beach High, and has a BAE
di gree from the University of Flor-
ida She is a member of Serotto
w. mi Kahn
MRS. MICH AH J. KOGAN
Service Club and I.anet of the YM
and WHA,
Mr. Mitchell is an alumnus of
Miami High and earned a BAE
degree from the University of
Florida. He belongs to Beta. Na
tional Honor Society, and Math
Honorary.
Ye/en frankel
On Sunday. July ? the former
Frances Roberta Frankel becamt
the hride of Da.id Yelen in an
early evening ceremony conducted
by Rabbi Irv... man.
For the nu] held at the
Doral Beach Hotei where a recep-
tion followed, the bride was at
tended by Mar.iorie Carol Frankel.
Irving Yelen served as best man.
with Mel Frankel and Martin
Yelen. groomsmen.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Irving
Frankel. 795 Lakeview Dr. new
Mrs Yelen attended Pembroke
College, earned a BA degree at
the University of Miami, an MA
degree at Johns Hopkins, where
she was a Woodrow Wilson Fel
low. and is now completing her
PhD there.
The bridegroom, an attorney, is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Yelen. 6357 S\V 10th St. He re-
ceived his BBA and MBA degrees
from the University of Miami, and
earned his I.LB and I.LM degrees
at Yale University
Mr Yelen and his bride will live
in Coral Gables.
Glatzer Carity
Gayle Canty chose a lace gown
with a beaded train for her mar
i lage to N. Abraham Glatzer on
Sunday. July 3, at Beth David
Congregation. Rabbi Sol landau
r^1
V\ .
MIS. DAVID YUEN
officiated at the evening cere-
mony.
On their return from a honey
moon in the Panamas, new Mr.
and Mrs Glatze. will live in South i
Miami. Parents of the couple are
Mr. and Mrs. Julio Carity, 5920
SW 93rd PI., and Mr and Mrs
Jose Glatzer. 1641 SW FTth Av
Bridal attendants were Mrs
William Glatzer. matron of honor.
Brenda Canty the bride's sister,
maid of honor. Lynda Scopes and
Alicia Juarrero. bridesmaids, and
Ro maid.
w'iiiiam Glatzer served as his
brother's tt.-t man. and ushers in-
cluded Moises Fruchter, Elias Ka-
bak. Howard EUeganl and Ralph
Choeff.
Now attending :ru University of
Miami, the bride is a 1965 alumna
of Coral Gables High She is a
member of National Honor Society,
served as president of French Na-
tional Honor Society, and belonged
to Mu Alpha Theta. math honor-
WVr.-it-r Kal'ti
MBS GARY Mil CHILI
ary. anc. Spanish National Honor
Society
Her bridegroom is a graduate of
Miami Beach High, and received a
degree from the University of Mi
ami in 1965 He is a member of Tau
Beta Pi. engineering honorary,
and Pi Mu Epsilon, math honorary
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to ask the Cabinet for legislation
to exempt Jewish religious institu-
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customs duties and purchase taxes
He noted that Christian religious
institutions in Israel now have this
privilege
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Friday, July 8, 1366
More Mechanization and Modernization
To Mean Improved Service-O'Brien
Increased mechanization and ter sorters now being installed will
modernization will mean improved | be in operation by October. The
postal service for the Miami area,
Postmaster General Lawrence F.
O'Brien announced last Friday.
At a press conference here,
O'Brien reviewed the steps being
taken to provide Miami postal em-
ployees with better tools to handle
the mail more efficiently and ef-
fectively.
He jAso gave a progress report
on the Department's mail ser-
vice improvement program, pin-
pointing efforts made in Miami
to upgrade service.
The Postmaster General said
that because postal space is at a
premium in Miami, consideration
is being given to adding a third
floor to the Biscayne Postal An-
nex and other avenues are being
txplored to alleviate the space
problem.
In addition. O'Brien presented
JMinuteman Flags to three Florida
Postmasters whose offices excelled
in the Federal Savings Bond drive.
The awards went to Postmasters
Bill Holland, of Fort Laudcrdale.
ere M.3 percent of the 640 men
:ui women in the post office sign-
ip for savings bonds; D. Peyfc n
Von. oi Tallahassee, ' /. oi Tampa, !>:i
i- chairman of
Fedei ;ii I I Bond Cani-
I.. -n.
The Mmutem&n Flags are
awarded to Federal Government
i nits of more than 100 employees
that enroll at least 90 percent of
l < employees in the Savings Bond
jirogram.
The Postmaster General was
in Miami Beach to dedicate the
5-cent Bill of Rights Stamp. The
oedication, part of the first day
ef issuance ceremonies, took
place at the National Education
Association's annual convention.
machines weigh about 14 tons each
and will be operated semi-auto-
matically with 12 keyboard opera-
tors who can sort mail to 279 de-
stinations at a speed of 36.000 let-
ters per hour.
In referring to the "Giant Aero-
jet Parcel Post Sorter,' at Miami's
Biscayne Annex, he said a new
memory system, in the final stage
of installation, will increase the ef-
ficiency of this machine by 100
percent. The sorter will be able to
distribute parcels by ZIP code de-
stinations, eliminating the need to
memorize complicated schemes.
By December, two self-service
post offices will be in operation in
the Miami area, one at the North
Side Shopping Plaza on N.W. 79th
St. and 27th Ave.; and the other
at the 163rd Street Shopping Cen-
ter. These units, part of an over-
all nationwide program to make
postal service more accessible to
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the public, will provide 24-hour ser- the area. A system will bo used to
Some 100 shopping centers throughout the na- the operations include 24 hour a day, year-
tion, Miami included, will feature self-service round service for stamps, postal cards, envel-
postal units such as the one shown above opes, parcel post and letter depositories, min-
within the next six months. The Miami area imum insurance, scales, bill and coin
will have two of 66 units located in 58 cities, changers.
Postmaster General Lawrence F. O'Brien said
He said about 60 especially built
recording machines such as
electronic scales and piece count-
ing devices will be located in the
Miami post office and in the
branches and stations throughout
vice on a completely mechanized
basis.
The units will have vending
machines for stamps, post cards,
envelopes, a.id parcel post in-
surance as well as letter and par-
cel scales and machines to make
chanye for coins and one dollar
bills. Free telephone service be-
tween the units and the Miami
post office will permit customers
to get answers to questions about
mailing.
In the report on mechanization
i : Miami. O'Brien said that the
i high-speed multi-position let-
Postmaster General O'Brien
said that Miami Biscayne Annex is
one of 18 cities to receive a closed
circuit television system designed
to aid employees in regulating the
flow of mail through machines and
aid them in detecting jam-ups in
overhead equipment. The equip-
ment is being installed now.
Miami is also one of the 75 post
offices throughout the nation to be
linked with the largest electronic
source data complex in the world.
gather such information as mail
volume, workload, manpower fluc-
tuations and attendance records,
and transmit it instantaneously to
high-speed computers for analysis
and evaluation.
Its ;ind conclusion.-- v. ill
immediately be Hashed hack to h
Postmaster for more effectivi
of the mail. The system will elim-
inate the slow and tedious manual
methods now used to gather in-
formation.
O'Brien also reported on pro-
gress in the six-month Mail Ser-
vice Improvement Program which
was begun on January 31st. Led by
top postal officials and 300 man-
agement experts from the Postal
Improvement Service, it is design-
ed to find causes of mail delays
and to take on-the-spot corrective
action.
The program has been con-
ducted at 76 major post offices,
Miami included, and has been
expanded to embrace all of the
f
Increased mechanization and modernization will mean im-
proved postal service for the Miami area, Postmaster General
Lawrence F. O'Brien (right) tells Miami Postmaster Eugene M.
Dunlap in connection with O'Brien's appearance here to dedi-
cate the 5-cent Bill of Riqhts Stamp at a convention of Che
National Education Association on Miami Beach.
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND PILGRIMAGE
Localites at JFK Opener
Department's 552 sectional cen-
ters. These centers are the maj-
or mail-nandling points for the
nation's 3,500 post offices.
"In Miami." he said, "it was
found that collections from the
were split to permit an eai
posit of mail which resulted in
more mail being delivered on the
day of receipt. Additional r r,
nel were assigned to separate the
airmail from other classes so
Steps were taken to see that
........._ ............ .,..,..,, Kyr os^ iucu
mail boxes were arriving too late mails were properly separated
By Special Report
TEL AVIV Thousands of Jewish com-
munity leaders from all over the United States
thronged Israel to attend the dedication of the
John F. Kennedy Memorial Forest outside Jerus-
alem, on Monday.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Earl Warren de-
livered the dedicatory address.
The forest, when completed, will have
2,000,000 trees, which will surround a memorial
entrance, containing 50 pylons, each representing
a state of the Union.
Some 40 Dade County Jewish community
leaders arrived here Sunday as part of the Flor-
ida delegation. Heading the local group are Dr.
Irving Lehrman. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Beach
attorney Zev W. Kogan, Peter F. Heller. Herbert
Shapiro. Leon J. Ell, former president of the
Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami,
and many others.
Sunday was a red-letter day for the Miami
group. They were welcomed by a delegation of
Israeli Boy Scouts, residents of Me Ami. the sister
settlement of Greater Miami, which Miami Jews
founded in 1962.
Following their arrival, they were greeted by
local officials Monday began another round of
parties, which will end July 7, following their
visit to Me Ami.
The Jewish National Fund will be hosts to
this group during their stay in Israel through
July 12.
to permit an early dispatch and
that inadequate separating of air-
mail -from other mail contributed
to the problem. In addition, some
bulk mails which receive special
mailing rates were being received
without being properly separated."
In another In tance, it was mnd
thai a large volume of firsl ass
and airmail was arriving at
cayne Annex at 6:20 in the morn-
ing and could not be properly dis-
tributed and delivered. A schedule
change in the air flight of one nour
Immdiately, the collection routes earlier solved the problem.
Walters, Courshoil Against Birth Control
Head Mayor High
Kick-Off Dinner
Florida's top Democratic Party
leaders will sponsor a dinner at
Miami Beach on July 22 to kickoff
JERUSALEM (W.\S) Birth
control was denounced here by
Israel's Minister for Religious Af-
fairs, Dr. Zerah Warhaftig. as con-
trary to Jewish halachic (aw.
Speaking at Heichel Shlomo. the
Supreme Religious Center. Dr.
Miami Mayor Robert King High's Wa,ruhaff?g. ,ashed out a*alni- the
general election campaign for the EX fJJJ0 ** up bv ,he "*!
Governorship of Florida. h Contro1 Association.
The two men who headed the _
fund-raising for the Johnson- Lebltl tO Head
Humphrey campaign in Florida in i ~*""' w "M
1964. Attorney David W. Walters C.AA C^. /
Coral Gables, and Banker Arthur rre OOHS \7fOUp
Neil Lebin was installed
f%
Courshon. Miami Beach, will serve
as co-chairmen of the High kickoff
dinner.
"The Deauville Hotel, where
the event will be held, has a
ballroom that holds 1,500 per-
sons. We are going to fill that
room to capacity," said Walters.
"This dinner is being sponsored
as a fund-raising event by top
Democratic leaders all over
Florida to show our united sup-
port for Bob High for Governor.
"Florida's
Democratic
two IS. Senators.
Congressmen from
',ntof ^e Greater Miami Lodge
208. Free Sons of Israel, at tne or-
ganization's seventh annual din-
ner and show in the Carillon Hotel.
Harry levy, district deputy for
Honda of the American Jewish
fraternal organization, also in-
stalled Sam Silver, vice pn
Isidore Her/, financial set
William Geller. treasurer; Stanley
M- I!n"'-V- recording and ,
ponding secretary;, and Sol id-
wards, tiler.
Lee Voeel.
Some of the members of the Greater Miami Nash, Mrs Ben ZuHorhrmm m n
pUgnmage ,o ^ us ,o ,iqh, ore Mr. Goldberg m'^M,? HeXrt *&?%
honored guests." he added fT"*"1 of the extreme right and
Serving as co-hosts for the even-
ing will be Metropolitan Dade
left.
Mrs. Al Flederman, Mr and Mrs Henrv P wF9' J. n ^ Herbert SbaP"- Zev 'ng W1" Metropolitan Dade ---------


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Secy. July 8, 1966
+Jewish norkJian
Page9-B
fepsjt ajid DuYql Attend national College of Judges
vc Miami jurists, Circuit Court
|dges' Harold B. Spaet and Harvie
DiiVa!, are among 150 named
n> a nationwide application list
nearly 500 to attend the Na-
inai Cottege of State Trial Judges
!iic) will be held' in August at
University of Colorado.
I These selected receive fellow-
^ip; from money provided by the
(ax C. Fleischmann and the W.
Ktllogg Foundations to cover
>>. ial expenses of participation.
The National College was first
held in 1964 as a result of work
of the Joint Committee for the
Effective Administration of Jus-
tice, which was chaired by the
Honorable Tom C. Clerk, asso-
ciate justice of the U.S. Supreme
Court. Justice Clark now serves
as chairman of the College gov-
erning board.
Part of the continuing program
of the American Bar Association,
the purpose of the College is to
bring about an exchange of ideas
and informal ion among the trial
judges of the country. Sponsor is
the National Conference of State
Trial Judges, which is an activity
of the ABA's Section of Judicial
Administration.
During the four-week course, the
faculty, composed of leading jurists
and law professors, will present
such subjects as court administra-
tion, modern trends in evidence,
sentencing and probation, criminal
procedure, pretrial procedures and
other developing fields of trial
court administration.
Community Council Formed
NEW YORK (JTA) Tha
New York Board of Rabbis, repre-
senting the Reform, Conservative
and Orthodox denominations of
religious Jewry here, announced
the formation of a Community
Council of lay leaders to deal with
problems affecting the New York
Jewish community and Jewish ed-
ucation.

dvertising Firm
>tans Move To
iew, Quarters
11 les Friedlander Advertising,
ic. .ill move its offices to the
few IBM Bldg., 2125 Biscayne
lvo., Miami, toward the end of
|ul>. The agency offices will oc-
fpj 3.000 sq. ft. of space.
Tr,t move is in keeping with the
Icceleration of the firm"s business,
iii: has increased in volume over
he l si year through the acquisi-
lior 1 a number of new national
I nts and heavier annual bill-
new offices, designed and
ecorated by designer-architect.
0 R. Blemer, A.I.D., will have
1 conference rooms, a large
ii .idio. research rooms, and a
cries of private offices for the en-
arged Friedlander staff of copy-
riters, media heads and public
la1 D8 account executives.
Friedlander, who has been op-
al his advertising agency in
he Miami area since 1948, was
ou-eir and first president of the
reater Miami Association of Ad-
erl sing Agencies and took a lead-
\g le in drafting its Code of
I! .
re-
lational Airlines
-Hers Special
"ravel Praqram
inalized package vacations
ami Beach and any of five
nan islands are being offered
- summer by National Airlines
| new Fiesta Kloribbean'
program.
ir advantage to the traveler
ination of minimum stay re-
tirements at any destination and
fli. ability to plan the itinerary
tha lits him best. The vacationer
Tec iii s upon length of visit to each
[n I arriving at his total cost
Imply by adding daily islar.d-by-
slai rates.
Most other Florida and. Carib-
Iba- package vacations specify
Ithrr quests must remain at a
jiven hotel or motel for a mini-
num number of days, usually
even.
i aica. the Virgin Islands,
uerto Rico, Nassau and Freeport
the Grand Bahama Island are
j (1 in "Fiesta Floribbean."
facationers choose from any of 47
articipating resorts, including 14
i Miami Beach, ten in Jamaica,
ine in Puerto Rico, and at least
[>ur on each of the other islands.
. Hotels range from modest to ul-
f-a-plush. with prices scaled ac-
ordingly. Four days in Miami
[each during July or August can
Ian as low as $29 a person or
[imp to $48.50 at the Fontaine-
lea a.
Four days in Jamaica range
rom a low of $42 a person to a
Ugh of $81 at the Playboy Club,
rirgin Islands rates start at $52,
fuerto Rico's begin at $42.50. Nas-
au's at $40 and Grand Bahama
kland's at $47.
fee* Official Status
j JERUSALEM (WNS) A bid
ir official status through lcgisla-
|on is expected to be made soon
the Progressive Synagogue,
hich claims a due-paying mem-
trship of 1.000, it was announced
pre by the movement's leaders in
| statement which said that they
ould be seeking for Progressive
iidai.-m in Israel a co-equal status
lit>. :ha held by the Orthodox
Now, 2 Ways to Save at
DADE FEDERAL
SAVINGS ACCOUNT
CERTIFICATES EARN
ANNUM
when held for at least
six months.
Minimum investment $2,000 or
more, in multiples of $1,000.
Certificates or multiples thereof,
retained for less than six months
earn dividends a^ the current reg-
ular passbook rate of 4'/? % per
annum.
Dade Federal reserves the right to
discontinue issuance of savings
account certificates at its optjon.
REGULAR PASSBOOK
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
Current Dividend Rate Paid and compounded quarterly
Q/*
Ar%. PER
^KM ANNUM
Effective on savings
accounts with minimum
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Accounts opened or funds added to accounts on or before July 20th
share in a full quarterly dividend September 30th
MAIN OFFICE: 101 East Flagler Street
, Convenient Branch Locations
Allapattah Branch
1400 N. W. 36th Street
North Miami Branch
12600 N. W. 7th Avenue
Tamiami Branch
1901 S. W. 8th Street
Kendall Branch
U.S.I at S.W. 104th Street
Edison Center Branch
5800 N. W. 7th Avenue
Cutler Ridge Branch
10808 Caribbean Boulevard
Our Resources Exceed 245 Million Dollars
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>Jenifi MorSdHair
Friday. July 8. 1963
Former President Harry S.
Truman's plans to visit Israel
next week to attend fcrmc!
dedication ceremonies <~i a
peace center named in his
honor at the Hebrew Uni-
versity cf Jerusalem were
abruptly canceled Wednes-
day by his family for reasons
of the President'?, frail health
and advanced age.
Hadassah Leader
Visits Hebrew
Univ. Facility
By Special Report
JERUSALEM Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Cahn. of 245 79th St.. M;-
ami Beach, visited the Hadassah
Hebrew University Medical Center
here, accompanied by their ch'l
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. Cahn.
of Massepequa. L.I.
Mrs. Maurice Cahn is adminis-
trative vice president of the Miami
Beach Chapter of Hadassah.
"This is our first visit to Jems-
alem," said Mrs. Cahn. "I can not
tell you what the experience..
means to me. I have worked for
Hadassah all my adult life, and it
is a wonderful thing to see in real
life the vast complex of buildings
which I know so well from photo-
graphs and plans.
"I was excited to see the Litest
addition to the Hadass-h complex
the new John F. Kennedy In-
formation Center, which is to be
dedicated officially in November"
Symphony Chorus
Now OrqarJiing
A new adult Symphony i
- hi ing developed at the [da M
Fisher Community School, 1424
: rexel Ave., by Prof. Harchbein
Marbiny, former director of Gen-
eva-San Remo Op*ra Houses.
Th?re is no charge for choir
oractice. Classes consist of voice-
placement, breath-control, music
sight-reading, musical comedy rep-
ertoire, concert, opera, and foreign
; man), and are held each Wednes-
day evening, 7 'o 10 D.na., in the
bandroom of Ida M. Fisher Junior
Hicrh School.
Marbinj Is iffering a $500 schol-
arship to talented basses and bari-
tones, and is organizing th-? group
"or a show to he presented lo the
! Community School'in the fall.
Shochtim Go To Poland
JERUSALEMiWNS)-- A group
of seven Israeli schochtim. ritual
slaughterers, has left for Poland
in connection with an Israel-Polish
kosher beef pact.
Court Says Arab
Must Shidv Bible
JERUSALEM fWNSl An
Arab >n Haifa who sought to stop
the school authorities from forcing
him to study the Bible was ordered
H*fa week by the Suoreme Court to
abide by the school regulations.
The young Arab contended that
compulsory study of the Bible con-
stituted infringement of law with
respect to freedom of religion.
The highest court held that the
Bible transcended religious lines,
and that its study, even by direc-
tion of school authorities, was no
violation of religious freedom.
Jytor David Rifkin
During religious services to be
held by Temple Sinai on Saturday,
July 9, at Washington Federal,
David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mur-
ray Rifkin. will be Bar Mitzvah.
David is an honor student at
John F. Kennedy Junior High,
where he is entering eighth grade.
He is a Boy Scout, and his hobby
is collecting stamps. He is inter-
ested in fishing, bowling, and
swimming and has received troph-
ies in these sports.
Out-of-town relatives will in-
clude Mr. and Mrs. Berger, of Chi-
cago. 111., and Mr and Mrs. B.
Walsh, of New York.
Gabieif e Earns
Dentafl Award
Jeff S. Topf, of Coral Gables,
received the American Cancer So-
ciety, Virginia Division award in
dental pathology at the graduation
exercises held June 4 at the Med-
ical College of Virginia.
The award is given to the soph-
omore dental student who achieves
the highest average in the general
pathology and oral pathology
courses for the 1965-66 academic
session.
Jeff's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
S. Topf, of Coral Gables.
Jeff attended Coral Gables High
School and the University of Flor-
ida at Gainesville prior to entering
the School of Dentistry at the
Medical College of Virginia.
Seaboard Names
New Ticket Agent
Michael F. Brennan has been j
named depot ticket agent for the,
Seaboard Railroad at Miami, ac-1
cording to an announcement by
W. J. Ficht, general passenger
agent The appointment was effec-1
tive July 1.
Brennan will succeed John F.
Finlayson, who is retiring after
serving the company for over 40
years.
Brennan, who began his railroad
Career as a ticket-seller for the
Boston and Maine Railroad in 1950. j
joined the Seaboard in 1958 as
ticket clerk at Miami. He was ap-,
pointed city passenger and ticket |
agent at Savannah in 1960 and at
the time of his recent appointment
held the position of traveling pas-
senger agent there.
Dr. Irving Lehrman (right) congratulates Stephen Corner (left!
and Jack Corner upen their election to the beard of the Bank
of Miami Beach after buying a controlling interest in the 12-
year-old financial institution. Jack Corner, newly-elected chair-
man of the board of the Bank of Miami Beach, is vice president
of Temple Emanu-El. cf which Dr. Lehrman is spiritual leader.
Stephen Corner, a former Orlando bank vice president, v.i
devoting full time :o executive responsibilities at the Bee:a
bank.
s^ocm/lle ... v\f s^fsabel C_^i
Jet Pact Signed
WASHINGTON (WNS) A pact
for the purchase of jet bombers
was signed here on behalf of Israel
by its Deputy Minister of Defense
Zvi Dinstein. At the same time. Mr
Dinstein met with Deputy Secre-
tary of Defense Cyrus Vance and
Raymond Hare. Assistant Secretary
of State for Near Eastern Affairs.
He was accompanied on both occa-
sions by Israeli Ambassador Avra-
ham Harman.
Continued from Page 1-3
life marked by Mort and Betty
Jacobs on June 25 at the Deau-
ville Hotel.
It will be Allan Goodman. Har-
vard man. for the son of Beachite
Joe Goodman, who has been
awarded a fellowship in public
administration and economics to
the Ivy League college ... A
cum laude graduate of North-
western, with highest honors, 22-
year-old Allan also walked off
with an honorary' medal and a
Faculty Award ... A 1962 grad-
uate of Miami Beach High, the
bright young man will work for
the State Department's Thailand
Division this summer
* *
Marking her 80th birthday,
Bertha (Mrs. Leo) Waas was guest
of honor at festivities recently
held in the Montmartre Hotel
where her son, George Waas Sr.,
is manager George Jr., for-
mer account exec with the Gerald
Schwartz Agency, temporarily de-
serted his chores as crime re-
porter for the Palm Beach Post-
rove
Times so that he might share the
happy day with his grandmother.
* *
Spate of parties before and
after the benefit premiere spon
sored by the Council for Inter
national Visitors of Greater Mi
ami at the Coconut Grove Play-
house last Tuesday night Pre
theatre dinner party co-hosted by
Mitchell (Mickey) Wolfson Jr.,
son of CIV prexy Frances (Mrs
Mitchell) Wolfson, Elaine and
Richard Wolfson Mickey, own-
er of a shiny new Master's degree
from Bologna University in in-
ternational affairs, is planning a
*
diplomatic career After-
theatre supper party held at the
home of the Franklin Maurys,
also attended by Mrs. Wolfson Sr.
. CIV recruits were the Her-
man Howards, of the Seaeoas'
Towers. City Commissioner Irwici
Christie, and Wilson Griffith. Ch.
7 public service director and his
bride Among first nighters.
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Werblow,
Dr. and Mrs Charles Wigdersoa,
several members of the Seville
Hotel's Kipnis family, the Sandy
Stewarts, the Porter Newtons.
^t the Hcdassah-Hebrew University Medical Center in Jerus-
alem. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cahn (left) and their children.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. Cahn, examine plans of the great medical
Tomplex. Ira Cahn is editor of the Massapequa Post in Long
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kday. Ialy 8.1966
f'Jewist fhorSdliair)
Tage 1 IB
I
(each Lodge
rives Miller
[pecial Award
r.trshon S. Miller, Miami Beach
jorney. w ll award by Miami Beach B'nai
Kth Lodge at its ninth annual
triotic rally held last Saturday
[.Miami Beach Auditorium.
am Pascoe, president, present-
|ihe award to Miller "for his dis-
juished and dedicated service
the lodge for more than 16
lr<."'
Miller, a past president, was ap-
Inted permanent Luncheon Club
lirman after holding"tliC1"post
15 years. He also served as
rsident of the American Trial
,yers Association of South
rida for two terms.
lucge Henry Balaban was main
bfyer of the evening, and Miami
koh Mayor Elliott Roosevelt ex-
;ed greetings to the capacity
>d of 3.500. Patriotic souvenirs
Ire distributed at the close of
rally.
Credit to Assist
In Jet Purchase
National Airlines has entered in-
to a new $50 million credit agree-
ment with its group of lending
banks which will provide the es-
timated additional financing re-
quired for the purchase of 29 jet
aircraft now on order, E. F. Dolan-
sky, the airline's vice president-fi-
nance, announced. The total cost
of these aircraft and related spares
is approximately $175 million.
Since L. B. Maytag Jr., became
president and chief executive offi-
cer in April. 1962, National has be-
come the first all jet-powered do-
mestic trunkline.
o*
i t m a
r i c a
FEINBERG
CftSftWN MRU*
Hospital Names
New Director
Dr. George C. Adie was named
director of medical services of
Dade County operated Jackson
Memorial Hospital on June 30 by
County Manager Porter VV. Homer.
Dr. Adie's appointment became
effective on retirement of Dr. Otto
Churney, after 11 years on the
JMH staff.
The new director of medical
services was referred to by De-
partment of Hospitals Director
Charles W. Nordwall as "the mas-
ter key among key personnel."
Nordwall said. "We believe we
have found the country's best avail-
able man for the position."
Dr. Adie joined the staff Mar. 1
as assistant medical director. Prior
to that, he was associated with
Anthony J. J. Roarke. New York
City, as a hospital consultant.
mils. Knsi') s.. 70, of 6m". Collins
Ave., died June 88. She came here
10 yearn ago from New York City
and was a member of American Can-
cer Society, Fluid for Sight. Deb-
orah, Jewish Home fur the Aged,
and Temple Beth Sholoin Sisterhood.
She is survived l>> her daughter,
.Mrs. Edythc Elson of Surfsidc. ami
three grandchildren. Jink, Kred-
crick and Judith Elson. Services
were held Jan.- 'J!' at Riverside
Normandy Isle CnapeJ.
FffffMAN NtVINS
[(aglet? Names
levins Vice Pres.
|t Board Meeting
an J Nevjne, manager of
J torfcgage Operations Division j
I 'i.-igier Federal Savings and
in Association! has been ap-,
pt-d assistant vice president by
I Wild of directors.
.mining the Association
| ago, be had been connect-]
Vilh i.nilding and real estate
l in South Florida.
[ny way you
Igure it...
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GREATER MIAMI
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me have the Welcome Wagon
call on me.
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Circulation Deaf.,
.0. Box 2973, Miami, Fro.
Seagrams Names
New Manager
Leo J. Marks has joined Seagram
Distillers Company as national
brand manager for Seagram's V'.O.
and Seagram's Extra Dry Gin. The
appointment was announced by
company president Bernard Tab-
bat.
Marks, who began his career as
a espy.boy with The Boston Post,
has been associated with the pub-
lishing industry since 1947 and is
a past president of the Boston
Nov.-paper Guild
He has served as pron; I
manager of The Bo-- Post,
sales-representative for the Herst
Advertising Service, and as dis
trict sales manager of CUE mag-
azine. For six years, Marks was
manager of the alcoholic beverage
division of House and Garden
magazine.
A native of Boston, Marks served
with the U.S. Navy during World
War II. He and his wife, Joan,
make their home with their three
children in Matawan, N.J. Mr.
Marks is a member of the Strath-
more (N.J.) Civic Association.
HORVITZ, Jan. I. ..I 9781 SW HSth
Ter. Services iii Tampa. Qordon.
KARP, Bernard, 66, of lT>'in nk mi,
Ave., died July ;!. Riverside.
RICHMAN. Jack, 7.".. of 2 7th St..
died July 4. Services In Brooklyn.
I liver Bide.
TROPP. Mr-. Fannie- I... of :'.L's 60th
St., died July ;:. Riverside.
woolf, Hurry, 58, of 1815 Michigan
Ave., died July ::. Riverside.
ZUTTV, Lester A.. ".:'. of 148 E. 'iist
St.. llialeaii, died July ::. Riverside,
BERLIN. Or. Benjamin I., 7:-. of 1150
103m St., died July 2. Services in
1 hicugo. Riverside.
CLARK. Joseph, 59, of 2850 Pine Tree
Dr., Sled JuK ".. Riverside
freuno, William 1... 7^. of 1148
Obisbp, died July ".. Gordon.
DIAivlOND. Samuel J.. 7'.'. ..1 2800 Pine
Tree It., died Julj 2. Service* In
Baltimore. Newman.
WASSNER. Betty, of 14'.' James Ave..
died July 1. Riverside.
RABITZ. Cllvy, 83, of 9024 Collins
Ave., died June 30. Riverside.
kornberg. Nathaniel Paul, IS, of
i.m.'i Tordeia St., died June an. Riv-
erside.
SIMON, Jacob, 7t>. of 130 SW 52nd
PI., died July 1 Gordon.
GREENBERG. Anna, 7:'. of L'S7: Fair-
Kieell I r.. oied June 29. Gordon
RUBIN. Nathan, 54. of J810 Harding
a 1.. died J ua< 88 Riverside.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 6715
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR CHANGE OF NAME.
In tlie Matter of:
Changing Name of PAUL
(JROBIFKER, sometimes
known as PAUL. GARDNER,
to PAIL UARDNHK.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned Petitioner, iu CL <;i:oi'--
IFKEK, whose residence address la
1830 71st Street. Miami Beach. Dade
County. Florida, intends to apply to
the Honorable William A. Herin. One
of the Judges of the Eleventh Judieial
Circuit, in and for Dude County.
Florida, at his office in the Dade
Count) Court House. Miami, Florida.
at 1*5 o'clock P.M., on the -.'lith day
of July, 1988, or as soon thereafter as
he may be heard, for an order chang-
ing his name from PAUL OROBIKKR,
tu PAUL GARDNER, by which name
in- shall thereafter be known.
Dated at Miami. Dade County, Flor-
ida, this 24th day of June, A.i>. 1966.
s BAIL ORORIPKEK
Petitioner.
VMTOK LEVINE
Attorney for Petitioner
937 city National Bank Building
Miami. Florida 83180
Phone: 8T9-T588
7/l-S-ir.-22
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 71375-C
in RE: Estate of
ANNA WIGLER ROSS
1 Icrcased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona
Having Claims or Demand* Against
said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present an> Claims anil de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of ANNA WIOLER ROSS
deceased late of Dad.- County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dad.- Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 7:'..;.l Statutes, In their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will he- barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 89th
das of June. A.D. 1966.
First publication Of this notice on
! the :t0th day of June, 1988,
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Executor
12l> Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla.
7/1-8-15-88
LEGAL NOtlLfc
NOTICE TO DEFEND
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
*.j. ft$C 7137
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
' ." i RAY.
IE RAT,
IRENE '>'
Port
You. IRENE ISA ; notl
Vnswer or I

....
1
or l"

1 on or 1 lay of
. -'.'il to di .-
judgment bj d< fault w111 b<
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this '.Hi day of July. 19
E. B. LEA THK.lt MAN
1 erk, circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
(Seal) By M. OAVALARIS
Deputy Clerk
1 7 8-15-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 71155-A
In RE: Estate of
1 i:i:i 1 II. LINK
1 Leased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All IVrsonW
Having Claims Or Demands Against
Said Estate: ,
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims ,and demand*
which you may have against the es-
tate of" FRED H. DINK deceased late-
of IJade County, Florida, to the Coun-
tv Judges of Dade County, and filo
the same in duplicate and as provided
In Section 733.16. Florida Statutes, in
their Office* in the County Cointhouso
in Dade County, Florida, within Six
calendar months from the time of th
first publication hereof, or the samo
will in- barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 24lh
day of June. A.D. 1988.
MARY .1. LINK
As Kxccuti'ix
First publication of this notice on
the ^Ith day of June. 1966.
SIMON, HATS .v.- GRUNDWERU
Attorney for Estate
801 Ainsl.-y Building
__________6/24 7'1-8-ir.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. A71391
in RE: Estate of
EUGENE Ml"Ml'OWi:i;
I leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Agaitist
Said Estate:
you are hereby notified and re
quired to present any claims and do
mauds which you may have again-d
the .stale ..f Eugene mi'MPowbr
deceased late of Dad.- County. Florida.
to the County Judge- of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
as provided In Section 733.14, Florida
Statute;- .in their offices in th. COUn
tj Courthouse In Dad.- County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
oi. or th.- same win be barred.
Pat-d at Miami, Florida, this 25th
da) of June, A.D. 1966
FRANCES D IIAI'Nim
2917 S.w. 57th ct.
Miami, Fla.
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
th.- 1st day of July, 1966.
ROBERT SCOTT KAII MAN
Attorm > for Executrix
817 Blscayne Building
7/1-8-15-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of KEY'S TAVERN at 310 N.W. 27th
Avenue, Miami intends to register
sai.i name with th- ci.-rk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
BDASE ANDERSON, Sola owner
KEBSLER, MASSiTY. BECKERMAN
Attorm .' for Appll
495 Blltmore Way
. Gables, Florida
7,'s-ir.-22-:'!i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hereby iuven that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
t..... ."., rionaa intenas to register said
name lth tut of the Clrpult
Dade 1 .'>-. Flpi
\ C>EO AI'DtO SPECrADlSTS, INC
Bj NEIL 1: Bl RRER, President
SMITH & MANI M ':
Alton for VI leo Audio
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Britain to Help
Israeli Project
' -TBL AVIV (WNS) ORE,
the commercial attache to the
British embassy here, has disclosed
that the British Government was
ready "in principle" to help fin-
ance construction of a nuclear re-
actor in Israel for desalination of
seawater.
At the same time it has been
learned that Israel's Minister of
Finance Pin has Sapir discussed the
subject on his recent visit to Lon-
don.
Hints on Inferior Decorating
"Interior Decorating Today" will
be the subject of a talk to be
presented to the Naomi Group of
Hadassah on Monday, 8:30 p.m., at
the "Y," 8500 SW 8th St. Guest
speaker will be Peter Ehrens, in-
terior decorator.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 66C 7110
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THEODORE FLRIA,
Plaintiff,
' ATHEIUNE FURIA.
Defendant.
YOU, CATHERINE FI.TR1A. 938
Morris St.. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
iiro required to file your answer to
I ho Complaint f.r Divorce with the
I'l.rW of tin above Court and serve
a copy thereof upon Herman Cohen,
Bsq., 1810-11 Congress BIdg., Miami,
Eiorida, on or before August 8th.
19tili. or els. ml laiut will be taken
as confessed.
DATED at Miami, Dade County,
Fivrida, this tjth day of July, 1966.
E. B. LMATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By K. M. LYMAN
7/8-15-22-2S
CIRCUIT COURT, ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE COUNTY, FLA.
No. 6tC 5972
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
VARA LOLISIC I'ARRIb'H
I'lainliff,
V8.
EMMETT UMAR PARRISH
Defendant.
YOV, lrviMhTTT IiAMAR PARRIII.
c/o Mrs. Ky Mammock. 1407 First
Street, Ijtnett, Alabama, are notified
to sorve a copy of your answer to
Divorce Complaint filed against you
on Plaintiff's attorney, GEORGE
NICHOIAS, 612 N.VV. 12th Ave.. Mi-
ami. Fla., and file original with Clerk
of this Court on or before July 15,
1966, otherwise complaint will bo con-
fessed hy >on.
DATED Juno 6, 1966.
[;. H. LEAT11KKMAN, Clerk
By: MARGUERITE KENT, Di'
1/10-17-M 7/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 71-'OS-A

. lav I H M ES SMITH
l .,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing cialm said
Estate:
Vou ar hereby notified and n
quired to present anj claims and de-
nial..Is Which you .nay have Hga
the estate of Cl AY FRANCES SMITH
deceased late of I ade County, Flor-
ida, to the Count) Judges of Dade
County, and file fhi -an. In duplicate
and as provided In Sei tlon 733.16, Flor-
ida Statutes, in 'li.ii offices in the
County Courthouse In Dad. County,
Florida, within i\ calendar months
from the tini" ol the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, 'his 30th
day Of June. A I) 1S66.
JUANITA JOSEPHINE WALL
H -. r.- ecntrix
Pint publication of this mtice on
the Sth day of July, 1966.
FRED AND NEWMAN
Attorneys for Executrix
BOB Dade Federal liuiiding
Miami, Fla.
7/8-15-22-29
IN THE COUNT V JUDOE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 70622-B
In RE: Estate of
BENJAMIN JOSEPHS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All ffa-sons Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of BENJAMIN JOSEPHS
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the Counlv Judges of Dad.
bounty, and file the same in duplicate
B-nd as provided In Section 7:i:t.16.
Florida Statutes, In thefr offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six culendar months
from the time of the first publication
liereof, or the same Will ho barrel
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 1st
day of July. A.D. 1966.
/s/ C.LILM.D JOSEPHS
As Fixer u tor
' First publication of this notice on
the 8th day of July. 1966.
GAT.RUT AND OAIJBUT
Attorneys for Executor
IMO Fifth St., Miami Beach, Fla.
7/Jt. ifj. 82-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI;
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 6555
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
LUIS SALA, |
Plaintiff, jJt
vs.
FELINA PEREZ de SALA,
Defendant. I
TO: FELINA PEREZ de SAIA
Calls B No. '".- i
Stf n .1 nan de los Pll
s.i n M : Padron
Hav ana, i
YOU W.i: HEREBY notified that ft
1 i Ivor has I i en field
?0, and you are hen by re-
i ;.i: : nswer
to the Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attornej IJCSTER KOGERS, wliOoO
N.W, i "h street, Mi-
ami, ind file the original of
the Answer In the office of the Clerk
of tin- Elevi ludli lal i 'ii uit in
and f..r Dad. County, Florida, n .r
before the 2Stl In
default of win !i will
-.-.-.! 1 .
DA 1966.
B, IJ3ATHERMAN
c:. : k of the Circuit Ci irt
. P, COPELv.\NP
I : -s-i5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JOICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLQRIDA, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 6558
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ROSA 1 RICHEY,
RICHET,
1 irlon A\ .
su t\ mil
: int.
YOTJ ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that ,i Complaint for Divorce has
been .filed against you .' i you are
required to seri'e .i your An-
swer or pleading to the Complaint on
the Plaintiff* -. WHITE-
ACRE and BOBBINS, Palm Springs
Professional Building, 801 West 49th
Street, Hlaleah, Florida, and file the
original Answer and iihvuiing in the,
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 28th day of
July, 1966. If you fail to do so. judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in tho
Complaint.
DONE and ORDERED in Chambers
at Miami. Dade County, Florida, this
221st day of June. 1966.
E. B. LKATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
By C. P. COPELAND
6/24 7/1-8-if.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 71084-B
In RE: Estate of
HARRY C. FLUIIR,
1'. .eased.
NOTICE TO CRECITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or r>emand#- Against
Said Estate:
You are her0by notllicn and re-
quired to present any c*rfns and de-
mands which you riiav have against
tin. estate of HARRY C, l-'l.l 11 It
deceased late of Hade County. Florida.
to the County Jufiges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the Barne in duplicate and
as provided in Section 73,1.16. Florida
Statutes, ir. their offices In th" Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dae Ootinty. Flor-
ida, within six ea! 'iidar months from
th.- time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will bo barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 29th
day of June.. A.D. 1966.
CE14A H. KLUHR
EDWARD FLUHR
ROBERT J. FLUHR
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 1st iiav of Julv, 1966.
harot.d su srnio
Atn rney tor H'x>n utora
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Miami Beach, i'lerida
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Friday, July 8. 1366
More Mechanization and Modernization
To Mean Improved Service-O'Brien
Increased mechanization and ter sorters now being installed will
krnization will mean improved' be in operation by October. The
i] service lor the Miami area,
stmaster General Lawrence F.
O'Brien announced last Friday.
At a press conference here,
O'Brien reviewed the steps being
taken to provide Miami postal em-
ployees with better tools to handle
the mail more efficiently and ef-
fectively.
He also gave a progress report
on the Department's mail ser-
vice improvement program, pin-
pointing efforts made in Miami
to upgrade service.
The Postmaster General said
that because postal space is at a
premium in Miami, consideration
is being given to adding a third
iloor to the Biscayne Postal An-
rex and other avenues are being f>de SJSS"*tPUM **
machines weigh about 14 tons each
and will be operated semi auto
matically with 12 keyboard opera
tors who can sort mail to 279 de-
stinations at a speed of 36.0(H) let-
ters per hour.
In referring to the "Giant Aero-
jet Parcel Posl -Sorter,' itt Miami's
Biscayne Annex, he said a new
memory system, in the final stage
of installation, will increase the ef-
ficiency of this machine by 100
percent. The sorter will be able to
distribute parcels by ZIP code de-
stinations, eliminating the need to
memorize complicated schemes.
By December, two self-service
post office> will be in operation in
the Miami area, one at the North
79th
Some 100 shopping centers throughout the na- the operations include 24 hour a day, year-
tion Miami included, will feature self-service round service for stamp, postal cards, envel-
postal units such as the one shown above opes, parcel post and letter depositories, min-
within the next six months. The Miami area imum insurance, scales,
will have two of 66 units located in 58 cities, changers.
Postmaster General Lawrence F. O'Brien said
bill and ccin
txplored to alleviate the space
i oblem,
In addition. O'Brien presented
iteman Flags to three Florida
nasti rs hose offices excelled
n the Federal Savings Bund drive.
awards wenl to Postmasters
H 'Hand, ol Fort Lauderdale,
91 .i p< i
n
l:

.ill ol
Ci
Minuteman Flags are
i to Federal Government
i its oi more than too employees
enroll at least mo percent of
i te employees in the Savings Bond
i am.
The Postmaster General was
in Miami Beach to dedicate th
f-cent Bill of Rights Stamp. The
cedication, part of the first day
cf issuance ceremonies, took
tlace at the National Education
Association's annual convention.
n port on mechanization
> Miami. O'Brien said that the
I wo hi ;h speed multi-position let-
St. and 27th Ave.: and the other
at the 163rd Street Shopping Cen-
ter. These units, part of an over-
all nationwide program to make
postal service more accessible to
the public, will provide 24 hour ser-
vice on a completely mechanized
The units will have vendinj
machines for stamps, port cards,
envelopes, a,id parcel post in-
surance as weli as Ict'cr and par-
cel scales and machines to make
change fcr coins and one .:
bills. Free telephone service be-
tween the units arid the Miami
post office will permit customers
to get answers to questions about
mailing.
Postmaster General O'Brien
said that Miami Biscayne Annex is
one ol 18 cities to receive a closed
circuit television system designed
to aid employees in regulating the
How of mail through machines and
aid them in detecting jam-ups in
overhead equipment. The equip-
ment is being installed now.
Miami is also one of the 75 post
( ffices throughout the nation to he
linked with the largest electronic
source data complex in the v
He said about 60 especially built
recording machines such as
electronic scales and piece count
ing devices will be located in the
Miami post office and in the
branches and stations throughout
the area A sj stem will be used to
r such information as mail
volume, workload, manpower fluc-
tuations ami attendance records,
and transmit it insta I sl> to
,> comput
i
:
1
.
ol the mail. The systi
inate the slow and te
methods no used to gather in
formation.
O'Brien also reported on pro-
gress in the six-month Mail Ser-
vice Improvement Program which
was begun on January :*l--t. Led bj
top postal officials and 300 man
agement experts from the Postal
Improvement Service, it is design-
ed to find causes of mail delaj s
and to take on-the-spot corrective
action.
The program has been con-
ducted at 76 major post offices,
Miami included, and has been
expanded to embrace all of the
Increased mechanization and modernization will mean
proved postal service for the Miami area, Postmaster Ge:
Lawrence F. O'Brien (riqht) tells Miami Postmaster E.:gene M.
Bunlap in connection with O'Brien's appearance here to dedi-
cate the 5-cent Bill of Riqhts Stamp at a convention of .he
National Education Association on Miami Beach.
JEWISH NATIONAi. FUNID PIlGRiMAGE
Localites at JFK
Ope
ner
By Special Report
TEL AVIV Thousands of Jewish com-
munity leaders I nun all over the United Stales
thronged Israel to attend the dedication of the
.lohn F. Kennedy Memorial Forest outside Jerus-
alem, on Monday,
attornej Zei W Kogan, Peter F. Heller. H.
Shapiro. Leon .1. Fil. former president ol the
Jewish National Fund Council of Greater M
and many others.
Department's 552 sectional cen-
ters. These centers are the maj-
or mail-nandling points for the
nation's 3,500 post offices.

found
mail !
-
mail Irom othi
to th problem In ; : tion,
Sunday was a red-letter day for the Miami
group. They were welcomed by a delegation of
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Earl Warren de- .Israeli By Scouts, residents of Me Ami. the sister
settlement of Greater Miami, which Miami Jews
founded in 1962.
livered the dedicatory address.
The forest, when completed, will have
2,000.000 trees, which will surround a memorial
entrance, containing 50 pylons, each representing
a state of the Union.
Some 40 Dade County Jewish community
leaders arrived here Sunday as part of the Flor-
ida delegation. Heading the local group are Dr
Irving U'hrman. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Beach
Following their arrival, they were greeted by
local officials Monday began another round of
parties, which will end July 7. following their
visit to Me Ami.
The Jewish National Fund will be hosts to
this group during their stay in Israel through
Julv 12.

rmit an eai
; -' ihich result
more elivered <
\ litional pi
...
'. i that
. at
a
rsi
I 20
bulk mails which receive s| I could not be prope
mailin ere being received tributed and delivered A scl
without hem- proper!} separated." change in the air ili_!,t ol op.
Immdiately. the collection routes earlier solved the problem
Walters, Courshon Against Birth Control
Head Mayor High
Kick-Off Dinner
Florida's top Democratic Party
leaders will sponsor a dinner at
Miami Beach on July 22 to kickoff
Miami Mayor Robert King High's
general election campaign for the
Governorship of Florida.
The two men who headed the
fund-raising for the Johnson
Humphrey campaign in Florida in
1964, Attorney David w Walters
'oral Gables, and Hanker Arthur
Courshon, Miami Beach, will serve
a- co chairmen ol 'he i;
dinner.
JERUSALEM tWNSi rth
control was denounced here by
Israel's Minister for Religions Af-
fairs. Dr. Zerah W'arhaftiR. a< con-
trary to Jewish lialachic aw.
Speaking at Ileichel Shlomo. the
Supreme Religious Center, Dr.
Warhaftig lashed out again-' the
birth clinic set up by the Israel
Birth Control Association.
Lebin to Head
Free Sons Group
Neil
"The Deauville Hotel, where
the event will be held, has a
ballroom that holds 1,500 per-
sons. We are going f0 fill .hat
room to capacity," said Walters.
"Th,s dinner is being sponsored
as a fund-raising event by top
Her-ocratic leaders all over
Flon'a to show our united sup.
port for Bob High for Governor.
Some of the members of the Greater Mien
pilgrimage to Israel.. Left to riqht are Mr. and
Mrs. Al Flederman. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pen-
chansky Mrs Peter F. Heller. Mrs. Geraldine
Lobell Mr. and Mrs. William Dickman. Dr. Ben
Zuckerbraun, Mrs. M. Silverman, Mrs. Saul
rafi, Ben Zucke'b'aun, Mrs. George
Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shapiro, Zev
Hrir^Pi ? Pe'er F' Heller F>ntrow are
Mo h y ItermQn' Mrs" H' Karlsn. Saul
Nash, and Mr. and Mrs. Murray Schwar.zman
from
!'.'"'' ol the
ted as
Serving as co-hosts for the even-
,;m;;! '"' Mftr......litan Dade
'"""> Myor Chuck Hall and Ml
"^B^ch Mayor Elliot Rooseve!
, "p business and Industrial
";""'s "' F,ori<" wl be
tendan '> U Open ,o everv-
Lebin was installed
MCKOfl ident of the (ireater Miami Lodge
Free Sons of Israel, at tne or-
ization's seventh annual
ner and show in the Carillon
) Levy, district depul
\ .in Jewish
fraternal organization, als
stalled
H
William Geller, treasurer; St
M. Bi idy, recording and
an i S
iler
Lee Vogel WQAM rad
men' tor, v peaker in a
noftheextrei ri
' )
one," said Attornej Walters ind
all segments of the i i mo-
Cratlc Party will i ed.
Our objective is a -
ol Democratic unitv


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Fridcy, fu!y 8, 1966
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Page 9-9
Spaet and DuYal, Attend" National College of Judges
Miami jurists, Circuit Court
Jut- Harold B. Spaet and Harvie
S V'al, are among 150 named
. nationwide application list
, ] lv 500 to attend the Na-
lioni College of State Trial Judges
v.h..'. will be held in August at
liverslty of Colorado.
i ^elected receive fellow
.-hi: from money provided by the
M, Kleischmann and the YV.
K. ;. Hogg Foundations to cover
al expenses of participation.
Th National College was firit
Advertising Firm
Plans Move To
New Quarters
. les Friedlandcr Advertising,
ill move its offices to the
BM Bldg., 2125 Biscayne
Miami, toward the end of
The agency offices will oc-
000 mi ft of space.
move i- in keeping with the
of the firm's business,
increased in volume over
si year through the acquisi
: ,i number ol new national
i- and heavier annual bill
i i
IV.
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Ian
wrii
1
< al
Hi-.
Foi
Un
vi
in:
i II
new offices, designed and
ted bj designer-architect,
i; Blemer, All), will have
conference rooms, a large
idio research room.-., and a
il private offices for the en-
Friedlandea staff of copy-
-. media heads and public
ns account executives
dlander, who has been op-
his advertising agency in
Miami area since 1948. was
r and first president of the
r Miami Association of Ad-
Dfi Agencies and took a lead
le in drafting its Code of
National Airlines
Offers Special
T-avel Proqram
-onalized package vacations
Reach and any ol five
i nd i offei ft
bj National Airlines
i Ploribbean"
: .111.
>r ad>antage t" the tia\eler
mmum staj re
ents at any destination and
to plan the itinerary
n- him best Thi vacationer
upon length <>f visit to each
arriving at his total cost
bj adding dailj island-by-
rates.
'':st other Florida and Carib-
bi,- package vacations specify
thi- quests must remain at a
given hotel or motel for a mini-
mum number of days, usually
s *-n
aica, the Virgin Islands.
Rico. Nassau and Freeport
Grand Bahama Island are
(1 in 'Fiesta Floribbean."
\ oners choose from any of 47
Dating resorts, including 14
! ami Beach, ten in Jamaica.
i Puerto Rico, and at least
n each of the other islands.
Is range from modest to ul-
sh, with prices scaled ac-
,ly Four days in Miami
during July or August can
88 low as $29 a person or
lo $48.50 at the Fontaine
days in Jamaica range
.i low of $42 a person to a
I S81 at the Playboy Club.
Islands rates start at $52.
Rico's begin at $42.50. Nas-
at $40 and Grand Bahama
- at S47.
held in 1964 as a result of work
of the Joint Committee for the
Effective Administration of Jus-
tice, which was chaired by the
Honorable Tom C. Clerk, asso-
ciate justice of the U.S. Supreme
Court. Justice Clark now serves
as chairman of the College gov-
erning board.
cor li
Bei
stai
blei
I
I: I
hid
Virj
Pu<
sat
I.M.
Seek Official Status
S \I.KM (WNS) A bid
:icial status through legisla-
expected to be made soon
e Progressive Synagogue.
whic] claims a due-paying mem-
p of 1.000. it was announced
ne> y the movement's leaders in
' nient which said that they
ba seeking for Progressive
llli:- :n ie. Israel a co-equal status
tha held by the Orthodox
Part of the continuing program
Of the American Bar Association,
the purpose of the College is to
bring about an exchange of ideas
and information among the trial
judges of the country Sponsor is
the National Conference of State
Trial Judges, which is an activity
of the ABA's Section of Judicial
Administration.
During the four-week course, the
faculty, composed of leading jurists
and law professors, will present
such subjects as court administra-
tion, modern trends in evidence,
sentencing and probation, criminal
procedure, pretrial procedure-- and
other developing fields of trial
court administration.
Community Council Formed
NFW YORK (JTA) Tha
New York Board of Rabbis, repre-
senting the Reform. Conservative*
and Orthodox denominations if
religious Jewry here, announce I
the formation of a Community
Council of lay leaders to deal with
problems affecting the New York
Jewish community and Jewish ed-
ucation.
Now, 2 Ways to Save at
DADE FEDERAL
SAVINGS ACCOUNT
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when held for at least
six months.
Minimum investment $2,000 or
more, in multiples of $1,000.
Certificates or multiples thereof,
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earn dividends ai the current reg-
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annum.
Dade Fsdnral reserves 4hc right ;
discontinue issuance of saving;
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REGULAR PASSBOOK
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
Current Dividend Rate Paid and compounded quarterly
PER
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Effective on savings
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balances of $1,000.
Accounts opened or funds added to accounts on or before July 20th
share in a full quarterly dividend September 30th
MAIN OFFICE: 101 East Flagler Strtct
, Convenient Branch Locations
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1400 N. W. 36th Street
North Miami Branch
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Tamiami Branch
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