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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 26, 1966

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Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 26, 1966

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01960

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Preceded by:
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY ond THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 39 Number 33
Miami, Florida, August 26, 1966
Two Sections F7ice 23*
Syria Set to Make War Against Israel,
British Report
In Damascus
The first Soviet MIG jet fighter to land in a by a captain in the Iraqi Air Force in a
^on-Communist or non-Arab country is shown dramatic bid for political asylum. The 30-
ct an airbase somewhere in Israel. The ad- year-old Iraqi pilot defected to Israel after
vanced Soviet MIG-21 was flown to Israel sending his family abroad. (Photo by JTA).
IRAQI AIR FORCE OFFICER DEFECTS
Israel Captures Soviet MIG
: A TEST SENTENCE
SALVAGE RIGHTS DEMANDED PAGE 8-A
UN HEARS COMPLAINT PAGE 11-A
World Body
Will Probe
Red Crimes
SEW YORK (JTA) The
sentencing to death last week in
Moscow of a Jew accused of "eco-
nomic crimes" prompted thej
American Jewish Conference on!
Soviet Jewry Monday to ask the In
temational Commission of Jurists
in Geneva. Switzerland, to deter
nine if the Soviet Government has
i mbarked on a new series of such
Mills and convictions as were held
in 1961 64. which had anti Semitic
connotations.
The Jew sentenced to death by
, Moscow court was an industrial
engineer, M Rabinovich. The an-
ouncement of the sentence rais-
ed the question Of anti-Semitism
mong Soviet newspaper readers
. well as among various Jewish
Mid non Jewish groups abroad
ibi Israel Miller, chairman of
American Jewish Conference
(n Soviet Jewry, wrote t the Inter
.1 Commission, as the agon-
es which conducted a study of the
i a nomic crimes trials in the So
C?ninued on Paqe 8-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
first Soviet MIG fighter to land
in a non-Communist country' was
in Israel's possession this week, the
center of fierce international in-
terest. The advanced Soviet MIG-21
was flown to Israel by an Iraqi Air
Force captain in a dramatic bid
for political asylum.
United States air attaches, with
understandable interest the
MIG is the principal air foe of
the United States in Viet Nam
promptly asked for permission to
examine the plane. Col. Mordechai
Hod. Commander of the Israel Air
Force which has custody of the
sleek and powerful jet, announced
that, for the time being, Israel
would not allow any foreign at
tache to examine the MIG.
He said only Israeli experts
would make such a study. Israel
rejected not only western re-
quests to examine the priie but
it also indicated it would reject
with equal firmness any request
that Iraq might make through
Continued on Page 2 A
Hadassah Meet Adopts
Budget of $8,240,000
BOSTON (JTA) Delegates
to the 52nd annual convention of
Hadassah adopted a $8,240,000
quota for the organization's 1966
67 program in Israel, budgeted
SI.679.235 for its United States ac-
tivities and reelected Mrs Mor-
timer Jacobson to a third one year
term as president
The quota for the Israeli pro
grams included S3.740.0OO for the
Hadassah Medical Organisation,
$2,100,000 fo"' Youth Aliyah,
Si.ooo.ooo for the Hadassah-He-
brew University Medical Center in
Jerusalem, S700.000 for the Jew-
ish National Fund. S600.000 for
Hadassah's vocational education
program, and Sioo.ooo for Hadas-
sah supplies The 2,000 delegates
also voted B series Of resolutions
covering foreign aid, civil rights
and the problem of the Arab
refugees.
The resolution on United
States foreign aid endorsed leg-
Continued on Page 10-A
LONDON (JTA) The Syrians are set to make war
against Israel, the Sunday Observer reported here this week In
a dispatch by its correspondent in Damascus. "Only a miracle
can now save the Syrian-Israeli border from exploding into
fresh violence."
"The mood in Syria," the report noted, "is dangerously
inflammable." According to the Sunday Observer's Damascus
dispatch, the new Syrian posture, changing from defensive to
offensive, "is not a bluff or a mere propaganda exercise."
The policy, the correspondent asserted, represents the
passionately held beliefs of the Syrian revolutionaries and
the Baath Party extremists, who now run Syria."
These younger men. he declared, are "profoundly impatient"
with the "cautious Palestine policy" of Gamal Abdel Nasser,
president of Egypt, and "want to carry war into Israel, whatever
the cost."
k *
UN General Asked to Continue His Talks
JERUSALEM (JTA) While asking Gen. Odd Bull to con-
tinue his negotiations with Syria, Israel made it clear Tuesday that
it will deny to Syria any rights whatever regarding sovereignty
Continued on Page 11-A
Anti Semite Oliver
Leaves Birch Societv
BELMONT, Mass. (JTA)
The resignation from the John
Birch Society of Prof. Revilo P.
Oliver, known for his outspoken
views against the Jews, was con-
firmed this week to the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency by the head
quarters of the Society here.
However, no comment could be
obtained on whether Oliver's res-
ignation had anything to do with
his anti-Jewish views, which he
expressed at a rally last month in
Boston. The rally, on July 2. evok-
ed strong criticism against him
and against the John Birch So-
ciety
Prof. Oliver, a teacher of
Greek and Latin at the Univers-
ity of Illinois, is a founder of
the Society. He was one of the
11 men who attended the So-
ciety's initial organizational
meeting at a motel in Indian-
apolis in 1958.
He was a member of the nrnan-
Continued on Page 5-A
MOUNTING INFLATION
HONEYMOON COUPLE STANDS FAST ON RESERVATIONS
LBJ Party Has Company in Catskills
,i i____ .. i.........1 CniKkvnMin hnni'vm
NEW YORK (JTA) A Jew-
Ish couple from Glencoe. 111., shar-
ed their honeymoon hotel in the
Catskills last week with President
Johnson and his party of KM) per
sons.
i nd Mrs Meyer L, Sugar-
man, who had anticipated a quiet
retreat, were surrounded by a
score Of Secret Service men. secre-
taries, aides to the President and
75 newsmen at a country club in
Kllenville.
Two factors were responsible
for the Sugarmans' presence at
the hotel. One was Sugarmans
determination not to yield his
room reservation and the other
was the President's concern for
newlyweds. The Presidents
daughter, Luci, was then on her
honeymoon.
The 49-year-old Jewish indus-
trialist reserved his honey moon
accommodations two weeks ago.
Unknown to the Sugarmans and
to the hotel managers, plans were
made in the White House for the
President to stay for one night at
the hotel, the first night of the
planned Suuarman honeymoon
stay. Mr. Johnson's visit was part
of a weekend visit to four New-
England states and Canada.
Secret Service men came to the
hotel and informed the managers
they would have to ask at least
100 guests to move out and to ac-
Continued on Page 3-A
A usterity
Program
Causes Rift
JERUSALEM (JTA) Fis-
sions within Premier Levi Eshkol's
Mapai-led Government widened
this week over the three year aus-
terity program proposed bj Fin-
ance Minister Pinhas Sapir to cope
with Israels mounting inflation
and growing international trade
imbalance.
The Premier invittd leaders of
the Alignment of his Mapai Party
and Achdut Avodah to a "summit
conference' to iron out differences
over the plan It was indicated he
hoped to present a united Align-
ment stand on the plan to Mapam,
which ha- expressed strong res>
ervations on manj aspects of the
program, when he meets with Ma-
pam leaders nexl week.
The growing differences in-
volve not only conflicts between
Mapai and Achdut Avodah, but
also arguments within Mapai
factions. One of the main lines
of division involves the question
of whether the country should
undergo Sapir's tax and price
freeze plan or a new compulsory
loan as the chief weapon in the
Continued en Page 9-A


Page 2-A
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Friday, August 28.1888
Workmen's Circle Conference Here
The 47th annual conference "I
the Southern District of the Work-
men's Circle, national Jewish fra-
ternal organization, will open here
Friday and run through Monday
at the Algiers Hotel.
Principal speaker will be Irving
R. Bykofsky, chairman of the na-
tional organization committee.
Bykofsky, an active member
of the American Bar Association,
attorney, lecturer and teacher, is
assistant to the president of the
Borough of Brooklyn, N.Y., Abe
Stark.
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Also to appear here at the con-
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ecutive secretary of the Jewish
Labor Committee, who is sched-' on current activities of the organ-1 abroad.
Iraqi Pilot Defects to Israel in MIG
Continued from Page 1-A
the United Nations for the re-
turn of the MIG and the defect-
ing pilot.
It was reported at the United
Nations that a member of the Iraqi
delegation had consulted Secretary-
General U Thant about the defect-
ing pilot and his MIG but a UN
spokesman declined to say whether
Iraq had asked UN intervention
for return of the pilot and the
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plane. Officially, the Iraq regime
has given no indication that it
knew about the defection.
France and Britain also were re-
portedly interested in the plane, a
model incorporating many im-
provements. An American air at-
tache here told newsmen that the
acquisition was "most important
and most interesting." French
sources here and in Paris called
the acquisition an "enormous intel-
ligence victory." Some time ago.
according to reports, the United
States offered SI.000.000 for ac-
quisition of a MIG 21.
The presence of the plane also
became an internal political is-
sue. Achdut Avodah and Mapam,
two leftist members of the Gov-
ernment, said they would strong-
ly oppose any transmittal by Is-
rael to any foreign government
of any detail* about the MIG.
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They said such an action would
seriously affect Israels relations
with the Soviet Union. Lamerhav,
the Achdut organ, urged the Gov-
ernment "not to reveal any of the
MIG's secrets to anyone."
The Iraqi pilot, whose name was
being withheld, met newsmen at a
press conference. He told the press
that he had decided to desert a
long time ago and had prepared
carefully for his defection, sending
his wife and children abroad. He
said he had written to Col. Hod,
asking permission to fly to Israel.
The request was sent in two en-
velopes through a "third party"
who mailed them in Cyprus.
He gave a number of reasons
for his decision. One was that as
a Catholic, he felt discriminated
against in a Moslem country. An-
other was that he opposed the
Iraqi war against the Kurdish
minority. He explained he had
chosen Israel rather than a Moslem
country', such as Turkey or Iran,
because he felt Israel would not
expel him.
Col. Hod said he had been
expecting the Iraqi captain for
about 10 days and had ordered
Israeli planes to watch for him.
He flew in from the direction
of Jordan and was escorted to an
Israeli airbase by two Israeli
planes.
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' AEPi in International Meet on Beach
r "*
S< 300 undergraduates and
alumni of Alpha Epsilon Pi,
world .ii'gest predominantly Jew-
ish college social fraternity, are at
the Ed< I Roc in Miami Beach this
week the group's 53rd Interna-
tional mention which opened
Tuesday and will run through
Sundi
Representatives of chapters on
more than 80 campuses through-
out I U.S. and Canada are at-
tending Leadership School sea-
S.....s. lile alumni participate in
poliCS I King sessions under the
guidance of supreme master (in-
ternal I .1 president). Harry B.
Smitl I Miami Beach.
A de range of social activ-
ities, -'om a rush smoker for
r.-ce'- nigh school graduates last
Tuescc) night fo the lavish din-
ner tsnee and show Saturday
nighi .re on the agenda. High-
light for individual chapters will
be N annual awards luncheon
HARRY 8. SMITH
t noon Friday, combined with
the monthly meeting -of the
Greater Miami Alumni Club.
That group is host for the con-
vention, under the leadership of
President Harry A. Levy and his
committee of Harold M. Braxton,
Herbert L Weiner and Allan R.
Wolfe.
Alpha Epsilon Pi chapters at
the Universities of Florida and
Miami will be out in lone this
week for the convention.
Bruce Levy, president of the
group :it Gainesville, and Maynard
Hellman. his counterpart on the
Coral Gables campus, have spent
most "i their summer preparing
to host their undergraduate broth
its from all over the nation.
Opening affair ot the conven
lion was the annual Hush Smoker
on Tuesday in the hold's imperial
Room All recent local high school
graduates who will be attending
colleges at which AEPi chapters
are located were invited to attend.
They saw the premiere showing
of the fraternity's new film, and
were treated to entertainment by
Mitchell Paruk.
New Yorker Called 'Fearless'
NEW YORK (JTA) Bill-
; boards and posters bearing the slc-
' gan "Fearless Farber" blossomed
this week in the Queens 25th As
sembly district. The subject is
I Sheldon Farber, a Queens attorney
who has decided to challenge
Moses M. Weinstein. the 25th dis-
trict State Assemblevman.
Frat's Chief Long-Time Miamian
lie. I!. Smith, international
presit of Alpha Epsilon Pi cur-
rent!: convention at the Eden
Roc Miami Beach, has been a
resides of the resort city most
of hi- fe.
Smitfa, 40. graduated from the
University of Miami in 1950. after
havint been a charter member
and president of the fraternity s
chapU here.
He obtained his law degree
from U of M in 1953, and has
combined his fraternal activities
with a successful Miami Beach
practice ever since. He current-
ly is a partner in the firm of
Smith and Mandler, 407 Lincoln
Road Mall.
He worked his way up through
the ranks of the national organiza-
Honeymooners Insist On Reservations
Continued from Page 1-A
cept ni more reservations for that
24-hoi period
Writ Sugarman, a former Dem
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he fired off a telegram to Pres-
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""very disturbed" at the' cancella-
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the President to correct the situ-
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A few hours later, while he
was talking with his fiancee.
Sugarman was interrupted by
the operator with an urgent call
from the White House. A White
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that "the President wants you to
have your room. You will get a
telegram confirming this." He
did.
The Sugarman* were married at
the home ol Rabbi Alan Tarshish
in Glencoe Thej flew to New York
and drove to Ellenville on sched
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Friday, August 26, 1366
10 Elul 5726
Soviet MIG-21 Jet:
Latest Israeli Prize
Israel's acquisition this week ol
the advanced Soviet MIG-21 is a
e beyond description. Our own
government's interest in the fighter
jl lies in the fact that it is the main
U.S. air :ce in the skies over Viet
Ncm.
.Reports indicate that Washington
sometime ago offered a million dol-
lars as a prize for the acquisition of
c MIG-21:' while, for their part the
French in Paris this week called the
Israeli coup "an enormous :::telli-
gence victory."
Underscoring the heated Amer-
iccn interest in the jet is a U.S. aii
attache's statement to the press fol-
lowing the Israeli capture of '.he
piane to the effect that it is "most
important and most interesting."
We can therefore well under-
stand Israel's refusal, at least for the
moment, to let any foreign govern-
ment, including our own, send
>:certs along to study the MIG21
c;' close range. Somewhat laugh-
aoie, we think, are rumors of Iraq's
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tion committee, as well as of leaders like Rep.
era-
tions here both exciting and meaningful.
speculation about demanding the return both '" omran.ee, as wen as oi leaaers xet
of the plane and the pilot through the United Claude Pepper, should help make the delil
Nations.
The pilot, still unnamed, went about care-
fully building the groundwork for his flight to
freedom and a request for political asylum.
There is no precedent for this kind of procedure.
Achdut Avodah, among other Israeli polit-
ical parties, makes a good point when it strong-
ly opposes transmitting details about the
Soviet-made jet to foreign governments. The
party stresses the possible serious effect on
Israel's relations with the Soviet Union. There
is another issue, as well. It is the spirit of inde-
pendence as an autonomous nation Israeli
leaders occasionally compromise in their
knuckling under to supposed Western friend-
ships.
11 these friendships are indeed valid and
are destined to continue, they will do so
despite Israel's determination not to act like
c child in search of parental approval.
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Workmen's Circle Confab
Southern District of the Workmen's Circle
will hold its 47th annual conference at the
Algiers Hotel this weekend.
The Southern District is a significant sector
of the larger Workmen's Circle fraternal order,
which comprises some 67,000 members today
throughout the United States and Canada.
The organization is a virtual symbol of the
great wave of East European immigration that
came to the shores of this nation at the end
of the nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth
centuries. Seeking social justice, somewhat be-
dazzled by high expectations, they found pro-
found economic burdens and profounder in-
equities instead.
It was toward the resolution of these bur-
dens and inequities that the Workmen's Circle
was founded.
Today, the organization's chief aims are to
work toward the abolition of poverty and the
eradication of injustice. They remain, in fact,
the same impulses behind the founding of the
Workmen's Circle back at the start of the
century.
Greater Miami takes this occasion to wel-
come the Southern District conference here over
the weekend. The appearance here of Irving
R. Bykotsky, chairman of the national organiza-
The New North Dade T
The campaign to erect a new and modern
facility for the North Dade Branch of the Greater
Miami YM and WHA received a substantial
boost forward with the "Y's" dinner dance
here last week.
This represents one of the first and major
evidence of an across-the-board Jewish com-
munal activity that transcends individual syna-
gogue affiliation in the North Dade area. Es-
tablishment of the new center will help pro-
vide North Dade with a leisure-time facility
for which "Y" leaders declare there is a strong
need.
It is gratifying to note that members of the
North Dade Jewish community have chosen
to operate within the framework of the Jewish
community at large, hence setting aside the
"sectional" approach to this need, and main-
taining the belief that we are responsible not
just for our immediate neighbors but for the
total best interest of all.
We can not help noting that the North Dade
"Y" effort is reminiscent of similar efforts a
quarter of a century ago by Miami and Miami
Beach men and women, then heads of grow-
ing families, who felt the need for leisure-time
facilities under Jewish communal aegis and
who were instrumental in the establishment
of the original YMHA branches here.
Today, these men and women also are
counted among the leaders in the creation of
our Jewish community's hospitals, home for
the aged and other such centrally-important
organizations Today, they are in fact the
"elders" of Greater Miami Jewry.
In the new but similar movement of the
North Dade Jewish community's growth and
development, we trust that these leaders __
these "elders" will step forward to help
with their time, their means and the wisdom of
their experience to bring the new "Y" branch
campaign to a successful conclusion.
A new "Y" facility in North Dade will not
simply mean fulfillment of leisure-time need
in North Dade. It will mean the orderly ex-
pansion of the Jewish community at large as
a single unit, bent on solidarity and mutual
regard.
The new "Y" branch will be a feather in
'he caps of all of us.
Bigots Get Active
By B. G. KAYFETZ
Mom
THE MOST outstanding event of the year in group relations i
Canada was the report issued by the Minister of Justice's Specia
Committee on Hate Propaganda, commonly known as the Cohen
Committee, after its chairman. Maxwell Cohen, dean of the McGil
Law School. The seven-man comnrission, which consisted of lawyers
sociologists, academicians, and a journalist brought down a unani
recommendation in favor of legislation to ban incitement to reli
and racial hatred, die recommendations went further than son
tagonists of legislation who would only favor outlawing such ii
ment to hatred as may lead to violence or to "breach of the pi
The committee's report wenl beyond this, encompassing what is
erally understood by the term "group libel
In me respect the recommendations did not go ..- far is
K dom's Race Relations Act The Cohen Committei
patorv clause that truth maj be -i
I miss .in the British legislation
sals t with a mixed re<
t were t Manit iba Fre< Pn -- il
toi Shane McKay .i< .i committee member), the M
: the I ironto relegran The Toronto Star was guard
agreeing in full to the anl enocid ;
to G .v Mail, !h. Londoi
Wl Stand; hers wei
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PIAGUID BV PtSTIflRCUS SCANDALS
the REPORT was made pul ind b) the ti
leal) h nent has
- erous scand tl i a '' u ift'a the
the Rivard case and when no so laU ire available I
was the i le >l th.....a anadiai I iblcs HP's *o i
in L'S style filibustering, all ol which has not sped the dispat
parliamentary business
far no parliamentary leader of the four major parties
out against this kind ol legislation and all have, in fact, privai
indical al they favor it It i- imped that, when Parliament res
"i the i.i. ii before the administration will make some
nouncemeni of its intentions in this respect, i.e whether it
implement the recommendations of the Minister of Justice -
mittee by bringing down legislation more or le s in conformit)
its principles
In Toronto, Canadian Jewry's second largest community (Jew;-
.' about 95.000), a 24-year-old unemployed agitator named Jo
>" < continues to grab attention in press and television
> in to his tniniscule following bj his attempts to
into the limelight in the approved style ol Lincoln Rockwell l\
*ed disciple he is) Alter last year's virtual riot in Allan Gai
the City Council made the grant of a speaking license in the
dependent upon it- discretion When it found that Beattie was makn .
-i regular public trek to City Hall and exploiting the situation, i
amended by-law was passed (suggested by the Canadian Jewish i
gress) that made the giving ol permits mandatory but contain. I
clause forbidding the stirring up of racial and religious hatred
tin June 5. Beattie's speech indulged in a few snide innuend
but two weeks later (to those who could hear it above the din ol tl
hooting and the virtually soundproofing cordon of policemei
horseback i his talk seemed clearly an invitation to Jew-baiting
The chief of police, tired of providing the agitator with whole sq
Of protective police personnel, asked that, for purposes of |
safety. Beattie be no longer given a speaking permit He was cha
with violation of the bylaw and his case will be heard in the fall
mifTINGS WITH KOCKWIU OVIK NIAGARA
IN THE MEANTIME, he continues his semi clandestine Ktivit)
ing grandstand gestures such as the invitation" for a neoN.r
international conference in Canada (an event the Canadian goven
ment has no intention of permitting), meeting with Rockwell half-waj
across the international bridge over the Niagara River, and using
every possible notoriety capturing technique to penetrate the
media. Nothing public has been beard from David Stanley. 21 yeai
original instigator of active neo Nazism in Canada, since hi
cantation in August. 1965. He is rumored to have returned to -.
In Quebec. Adrien Arcand's star blazed up again for a while
now seems to have been re extinguished. In November. 1965. V
trealers were shocked to learn that the aging leader had attn
more than 600 persons at a sit down dinner (the preliminaries ai
plans for this event had been camouflaged and successfully kept front
the public) Later that winter. 450 came to hear him and to add
insult to injury on municipal premises in a building in the Botai
ical Gardens. However, sine* these two sessions, he had been unabl
to enter municipal or church owned buildings and has had troubl!
finding an adequate meeting place In the spring, after two last
minute changes of venue, he mustered 150 onlookers.
Quebec had a surprise political upset when the forward looking
Liberal government of Jean Usage was defeated bv Daniel Johnson's
Union Nationals party in June, 1966. There had been close observa
tion ot the election campaign in the more remote areas of the pro-,
nice, and no evidence was found of anti-Semitic appeals among the
various separatist factions Immediately after the voting, the new
Premier commented that he would have received even more Beats
in Montreal had "the English and the Jews" voted for him, but hi>
has not been interpreted as a hostile remark Several weeks after
the election, however, one of the separatist parties the one linked
be provincial Social Credit Party was found to revert to
classical anti-Semitic gibes about "Juiyerie Internationale" and its
nd with Lesage all based on a comment bv Ravmond Aro
far-away Paris


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Friday, August 26. 1966
Dr. Immanuel Jakobovitz,
spiritual leader of the Filth
Avenue Synagogue in New
York City, conlirmed this
week that while in London
zecently he accepted "in
crinciple" nomination as
Chief Rabbi of the British
Commonwealth. His nomina-
lion will be ratified on Sept.
] 1 when 250 representatives
of synaqogues meet in Lon-
don. (JTA). __
Top Anti-Semite
Quits John Birch
Continued from Page 1-A
mi's 24-member ruling coun-
cil and associate editor of Amer-
ican opinion, the Society's official
organ. His resignation was attrib-
. led to a dispute over his anti-
Semitic views and to his dissatis-
faction over the complete author-
tj over affairs of the Birch So-
ciety held by Robert II Welch
Jr.. principal founder and pres-
. Ii nt
Prof Oliver was the principal
aker at the July 2 New England
|j for God, Family and Country
Boston. In a speech lasting more
n an hour, he attacked what he
ed the 'conspiracy ol the
Jews" and asserted that the "con
racj antedated "the con-piracy
the Illuminati and the Commun-
is and had helped produce "th
i .its of toi aj
He asserted thai oi.....f the
asons foi many of the protests
Amei lean collei e can p
- the spread of drugs, partial
l> LSD, which he said "was inv
j irted from Israel." He was also
"iied as saying at the rally that
is a lie that the Nazis killed
00,000 Jews.' The New York
nes reported thai Prof. Oliver
i (lined to discuss his differences
with the Birch Society and denied
lat anti-Semitism had been an
ssue in his resignation.
Coalition Faces
Rising Problems
JERUSALEM (JTA) Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol's coalition
Government was facing mounting
difficulties this week with the
leadership of the left-wing Mapam
I arty threatening to leave the
Government over its proposed
wage policy and the National Re
ligious Party threatening to quit
ess the coalition program on
religious education is Imple-
mented.
Meir Yaari and Yaakov llazan.
1he two foremost leaders of Ma-
! am. gave notice to Premier Esh-
}:ol that their parly would leave
1he coalition unless proposals for
freezing the cost of living allow-
I ncea and other wage and social
benefit payments are eliminated
from the economic program of
Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir.
At a meeting attended also by
the Premier, Mr. Sapir and Com-
merce and Industry Minister Haim
Zadok. the two Mapam leaders
?aid that the wage freeze proposal
in the Finance Ministers three-
year austerity program was con-
trary to the basic coalition agree-
ment.
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Friday, August 2' ;g
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Miami Workmen's Circle to Host Confab Hen
Workmen's Circle in this area is
composed of six branches
Meyer London Branch 28 meets
first and third Pridaj at Miami
Beach Federal, 755 Washington
Ave. at 7 p.m. Officers are M;i\
Haskell, chairman: Alex Schwartz,
mi' chairman; Hymen Goldberg,
financial secretary; Eli Libin, as-
sistant secretary; Aaron Ifanes,
recording secretary; Hyman Bern-
stein, treasurer, and Sol Zender,
hospitaler.
Miami Beach Branch 692 meets
first and third Thursday. 1 p.m..
at 25 Washington Ave. Officers
are Harry Schuldiner, financial
secretary: Isidore Cohen, record-
ing corresponding secretary; Ar-
thur Geller, treasurer; and Max
Zimmerman, hospitaler
Viadek Branch 699 Miami meets
first and third Thursdays, l p.m.,
at 1545 SW 3rd St. Officers are
Max Gleiberman, chairman; Ben
Swire, vice chairman; Joseph Kail-
low, financial secretary; Max
Kleinot. recording secretary: Sam
Wiener, treasurer: and Morris Ihn
wich, hospitaler
Club Everglades Branch 1060
Miami meets In-t Saturday. 8 p.m.,
at various locations. Officers are
Paul Goldhagen, chairman; David
Harris, ice chairman; Ida Poston,
financial secretary': Mrs. Harry
Schuldiner, corresponding secre-
tary; Harry Schuldiner. treasurer;
Mrs David Harris, hospitaler; and
Mrs. Sam Grossman, recording
secretary
Miami Beach Branch 1059 meets
Aims of the Fraternal Organization
IRVING BYKOFSKY
MAX GREEN6ERG
MAX GLIIBERMAN
Some b'5 years ago, a small
group of Jewish immigrants re-
solved to devote themselves to
serving their community The)
were poor workers in the melt-
ing-pOl of New York, but they
earnestly felt they had much to
give to their people and their
new h -adopted country
Since this commendable res-
olution was made, the Workmen's
g Circle, a fraternal order, has
evolved oul of this small group,
comprising 67.000 members
throughout the United States and
Canada, with a network of in-
stitutions and departments to
serve the members of the order
and their families, as well as all
deserving causes and people in
many parts of the world.
American-Bom Members
Originally entirely Yiddish-
speaking, the Workmen's Circle
now boasts a membership of
American-born members number-
ing 20.000. Originally entirely
composed of factory workers, it
now has numerous professionals.
businessmen and students, house
wives and career women. These
changes parallel those that have
red in the American Jewish
community as a whole.
With .. tew of the charter mem-
bers -iill among the membership,
the leadership currently i^ shared
on the national, district and local
level by old and younger mem-
bers
Famous Leaders
Israel Breslow, newly-elected
president of the national organ-
ization, was not born until 19(M>.
He is manager of the Dressmak-
ers Union Local 22 and a vice
president of the International
Ladies' ("raiment Workers' Union.
Treasurer of the national organ-
ization. Abraham I.eff. while not
a charter member of the organ-
ization, has passed 50 years in
membership.
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Jewish Labor Committee was
active during the war years, help-
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United States and then into the
State Ol Israel. The member- of
the Southern District recently
provided the funds for a eon
valescent home for children near
Tel Aviv.
Convention Review
Collectively and individually,
funds have been raised for co-
operative factories in Israel to
assist older persons to obtain
employment.
A review of former conven-
tions and conferences of the
Workmen's Circle reveals the
constant outcry against Commun-
ism, Fascism and Nazism. The
recent national convention adopt-
ed a resolution calling for con-
demnation of apartheid. John
Birch Society and other extreme
right movements.
A summary of the continuation
of the original concept of the
founders of the Workmen- l ir-
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resolutions adopted at the 85th
convention:
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+Jewis*Fh>ridria,r
Page 7-A
Top Leaders at Conference Here
Continued from Page 2-A
eons, a concert Saturday night and
banquet Sunday ni^ht. featuring
Miami mezzo-soprano, Salwa Mer-
rtge, and (amor Zvi Adler. of
Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach.
Max Greenberg. chairman of the
local arrangements committee, and
Max Uleiherman, of Miami Beach,
district secretary, have announced
that U.S. Rep. Claude Pepper will
he one of the principal greeters
it the opening session of the Aug.
26 to 29 convention here
Also scheduled to bring greet-
ings from the area's local gov-
ernments are Miami Beach Coun-
cilman Malvin Englander and
Miami City Commissioner Irwin
Christie.
Edward A. Stephenson, pres-
ident of the Dade County Fed-
eration of Labor, i> also due to
appear.
Saima Merrige
Cantor Adler
Big Rift Over Federal Funds
Cedars Planning
Presidents' Ball
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital has
announced its filth annual Pres-
idents' Ball at the Fontainebleau
Hotel on Nov. 19
"The doors of Cedars opened
on Nov. 19. 1961. and we have set
the traditional social event on the
same day each year, said Prei
ident Harry L. Lewis.
Performers
Scheduled
Miami mezzo-soprano Sal-
wa Merrige and Cantor Zvi
\. |,r. of Temple Emanu-El.
will be featured at the Work
men's Circle 47th annual
Southern District conference
here this weekend.
They will present a pro-
gram of solo and duet arias
and Israeli and Yiddish
songs at a conceit Saturday
at 8 p.m. They will also be
heard at the conference ban-
quet Sunday. 7 p.m.
Miss Merrige has been
hi ard locally and throughout
ihe world In :i repertoire in
i languages, featuring op-
era, oratorio and musical
c n (!>
lantor Adler. horn and
trained in Israel, has a tenor
ce ol note heard before
numerous Greater Miami or-
ganizations m the recent
pa.-.t.
NEW YORK (.ITAi Jewish
organizations expressed sharply op-
posing views at a meeting this
week of the New York City Board
of Education on plans for use of
federal funds for disadvantaged
pupils attending religiously-spon-
sored day schools in the city dur-
ing the forthcoming school year.
The Committee of Non-Public
School Officials, which said it rep
resented more than 400.000 Chris-
1 tian and Jewish children attending
; such schools, warned at the meet-
ing that it would ask for a Con-
: gressional investigation of the situ-
ation if the board did not act
promptly to implement the fed-
eral aid program. The board was
scheduled to act on a program
prepared by School Superintendent
Bernard E. Donovan, hut it post-
poned a final decision for a week.
At issue is the use of funds
provided through Title I of the
Elementary and Secondary Edu-
cation Act of 1965, under which
some grants were made to pupils
of Christian and Jewish Day
schools this year. The funds are
provided for remedial and en-
richment programs for both pub-
lic and non-public school pupils.
Defense of Religious Education; | should not receive further setbacks
Rabbi Morris Scherer, executive by being treated as second class
vice president of Agudath Israel citizens."
of America: and Dr. Joseph Kain
inetsky, director of Torah Line-
sorah. the Society for Hebrew Day
Schools
Dr. Ilalier called the proposed'
benefits to mm public schools un-
constitutional and contrary to the
intent of Congress. Mr. Levine said
the American Jewish Committee
approved the use of Title I funds
for non public school pupils but
only for programs conducted on
public school facilities
Graubard said the ADL strong-
ly supported federally-financed
programs to help children from
poverty areas, but expressed
concern about the possibility of
a church-state separation breach
in use of Title I funds under
Dr. Donovan's proposals. He said
some of the proposals call for
programs to be conducted in pri-
vate schools by public school
personnel during regular school
hours, presenting "serious ques-
tions of public policy and con-
stitutional issues."
"Congress has legislated over-
whelmingly to provide remedial,
welfare and guidance service to
non-public school pupils," he
told the board. "How can we
deprive the disadvantaged child
of that urgent help for which
the Congress so clearly pro-
vided?" He said that poverty
and educational deprivation
were community-wide problems
which "must be met wherever
the educationally-deprived child
is found in a learning situation."
Father Molloy said that his com-
mittee was not entirely satisfied
with the Donovan proposals "but
time is running out." He added
that, if the board was not pre
pared to approve Dr. Donovan's
proposals 'substantially intact.'
the committee "will be forced to
; call upon the Congressional dele-
gation from New York City to take
appropriate action to protect the
rights of the non public school
children
Isaac V/olfson College
LONDON (JTA) Oxford
University voted this week to re-
name its latest college. Iffley Col-
li as the Isaac Wolfaon College.
and to name Sir Isaiah Berlin,
noted British Jewish philosopher
a- 1'iesidcnt of the new college.
The motions calling for these
moves were made by A. Norring
ton, president of Trinity College,
and adopted unanimously. Sir
Isaac
ii dustrialisl an i philanthropist,
gave Oxford S4 ooo.ooo for the es-
tablishment of the college
However, he added, the ADL
supported after school centers for
disadvantaged school children, re-
gardless of school affiliation, pro-
vided such programs were con-
ducted on public school facilities
The law provides that the pro
grams must be implemented "un-
der the control of the public au-
thority," which in New York City
is the Board of Education, faiple-1 He"saM"*"the' ADL also approved
mentation of Title 1 has been H"' ,m.ctUo It.ildl^. mathematics
target f charges by Jewish nd teaching and guidance services for
non Jewish civil liberties groups ubIk. st,h()o| g ,f (hc
that it violates the church-slate sep- mnkgt w,.rt. ,mn jded ..umU.r
b P^ndpl>_in_awlltatonjo pubUc scho()1 auspices aftel. rcg.
ular school hours on public school
premises for participants from
Speakers at the meeting included both public and non public schools.
WoTfson the British'Jewish Magr Raymond P Wgnej-super- ,<;....>, shorer and Dr. Kaminet-
..,..,.....,.......,., intcndciit of schools for the Koman sfcy urged the board to change its
Catholic Archdiocese of New York; requirement that the day school
the Verj Rev. Eugene J. Molloy. pupils go to public schools for any
chairman of the Committee of Non- benefits provided after 3 p.m. Rah
l'ublic School Officials; Seymour bi sherer in addition, urged the
Graubard. chairman of the New board "not to permit poor chil
York board of the Anti-Defamation drt. l0 become the football of
League of B'nai B'rith: Dr. David | clashing political doctrines."
Haber, of the American Jewish
children of religiously sponsored
schools.
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Dr. Kaminetskv said he deplored
Congress; Irving Levine, of the thp fgc( t|)a| (he boaid ha{| dc.
American Jewish Committee; Dr. cjded |Q ^-^ a proposa,s for
Marrvin Schick. chairman of "> hoalth and food services for non-
National Jewish Commission ofj
public schools. He urged the
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* Jewish flcridliar
Friday. August 26, 1966
Syria Wants Salvage Rights
i
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz (left), spiritual leader of Temple Ner
Tcmid. discusses High Holy Day plans with Hy Posner, chair-
men of the membership committee, who announced this
week that there aie still a limited number of select seats
cvcilable for reservation.
JERUSALEM (JTA) A de-
mand by Syria that it be permitted
to salvage a Soviet-made Syrian
MIG-17 shot down bj Israeli anti
aircraft batteries over Lake Ti-
berias in a sea and air battle on
Aug. 15 suddenlj emerged this
week as a major issue in the turbu-
lent Syrian-Israeli- border situation
The demand momentarily over-
hadowed a Radio Damascus an-
nouncement two days after the
clash that the Syiian regime had
decided it would no longer take
its dill' renci v ith Israel to such
international forums at the United
Nations and would reply to Israeli
"aggression" by direel military ac-
tion against Israel Syrian news-
papers described the Aug. 15 clash
as the first example of the new
policy.
Syrian gunposts touched off
the newest battle by firing at an
Israeli coast guard vessel which
became stranded on the lake,
which is entirely within Israeli
territory. Israel sent other ships
into the fray and fighter aircraft
as well. A second Syrian MIG
was shot down by pursuing Is-
raeli jets over Syria.
World Unit to Probe
Red Economic Crimes
Continued from r'age 1-A
viet Lnion in the 1961-64 period.
A Moscow dispatch printed
Si-nday by The New York Times
fls reported that Soviet news-
f-if.tr readers, reacting to the
death sentence against Mr. Rab-
incvich, wonder whether there
his bean a revival of the prac-
tice under the Premiership of
Nikita Khrushchev of using the
Jtws as scapegoats in economic
trials. The dispatch attributes
m.ny of the 1961-*4 death sen-
tences against Jews convicted of
tecnomic crimes to the known
fact that Khrushchev was person-
ally anti-Semitic. The Times re-
pcrt reveals that Khrushchev had
cfttn referred to Jews as "Zhid,"
an insulting term equal to the
werd "Yid" or "Kike."
The International Commission of
Jurists is an association of more
than 45.000 highly distinguished
I respected judges, lawyers and
jurists from countries throughout
i"_ world Its exclusive concern is
the investigation of problems and
violations of the rule of law in all
;-ions. Fearful that "Soviet au-
thorities may once again embark
on a road of scapegoating." Rabbi
Viler recalled the Commissions
Jewish Personalities Honored
> FIA (JTA) Three Jew-
Isrl personalities in the performing
; ;- were among the list of Bulgar-
ia citizens honored this week by
the Presidium of the National As
st.-r.bly which conferred various
'.-c'trs and decorations. The Jews
r ii red included Dora Gabai.
re ltd poetess: Matti Pincas, a
famous actress and singer with the
I Opera Company; and Nioma
t-. igorski. a film producer.
concern that "it is a tragedy for
the Soviet Jewish people that they
have been made the scapegoat for
the transgressions of those whose
guilt it would be dangerous to
make public."
The American Jewish Confer-
ence pointed out to the Interna-
tional Commission that the Com-
mission reported that there had
been, during the 1961 64 trials, "an
insidious and sometimes subtle
propaganda campaign directed
against the Jewish people of the
Soviet Union, specifically against
those charged with economic
crimes and also against the sup-
posed general characteristics of
Jews that have been reiterated for
centuries. They (Jews) have been
made the target of a dangerous
propaganda campaign, and Jewish
participation in economic crimes
has been highlighted if not actual-
ly magnified.""
In an assessment on Soviet .lew
ry published by the Conference
earlier this year, it was reported
that, in that period, at least 250
persons were executed for econom-
ic crimes. "More than 50 percent
of these were Jews, and in some
parts of the country -- for ex-1
ample, the Ckraine the percent-1
age rose to 80," the Conference
asserted. "These trials and death
sentences were carried out to the!
accompaniment of an extraordi
nary' press campaign that purveyed
the most vicious anti-Semitic ster-
eotypes. By mid-1964. the campaign
ground to a halt, and with it the
anti-Jewish press campaign and
the singling out of Jews for cap
ital punishment."
Foreign Minister Abba F.ban be-
gan a series of meetings this week
on the Syrian salvage demand with
diplomats of governments which
are members of the UN Security
Council. The goal of the talks was
to convey to them Israel s concern
over that demand. He met with
the French. Bulgarian and Argen-
tine ambassadors and with Soviet
French. Bulgarian and Argentine
ambassadors and with the Soviet
charge d'affaires. The permanent
members of the Security Council
are the United States. Britain.
France, the Soviet Union and Na-
tionalist C hina. The current tem-
porary members are Japan, Jordan.
Mali, the Netherlands. New Zea-
land, Nigeria. Bulgaria. Uganda
and Argentina
Israel emphasized that it would
not permit Syria to encroach on
Israeli territory to seek to retrieve
the shot down MIG or its pilot,
who was presumed drowned. Offi-
cial Israeli sources said Israel had
no objection to returning both the
plane and the pilot's body to Syria
but that it would not permit entry
of Syrians on Israeli territory
Coast Guard cutter which is
stuck on a ieef about 200 yards
from the lake shore nearest to
Syria. Despite its statement it
would ignore the UN hereafter,
Syria made its salvage demand
through She Syrian-Israel Mixed
Armistice Commission.
The I'nited Nations told both
sides the) must reach agreement
on the issue Israel suspended its
efforts to release the stranded -hi;1
as a bid to reduce tensions. The
Syrians concentrated heavy troop
reinforcements, guns and tanks in
the area overlooking Lake Tiberias
at the point of the stranded ship
The Damascus Radio announce-
ment indicated that the Syrian Gov-
ernmenl had decided on a 'strato
gy of instigating a popular war of
liberation" by carrying out attacks
in Israel. The new policy, if meant
seriously, posed the threat of in-
definite escalation of border hos-
tility
Premier F.shkol reported to an
extraordinary meeting of the Is
raeli Cabinet on the battle and on
his talks on the situation with I.t.
Gen Odd Bull. Chief of Staff of
the UN Truce Supervision Organ-
ization During the HO minute meet
ing between the Premier and Gen.
Bull, the Premier said he had
stressed that Syria had broken all
previous undertakings to respect
UN arranged cease-fire agreements,
including a pledge growing out of
a Julj u battle.
cose" statements broadcast b.
Radio Damascus and publishes
by Syrian newspapers.
Me alSO warned Syria that,
any future air attacks on |
Syria could no longer conn:
frontier as a "protective b
against Israeli pursuit. Speak
a kibbutz near the site of the
fray, the Premier called th< s
action "unwarranted and
. --. .i. gression."
The Premier also called to
Gen. Bull's attention the "belli-
Ahavat Shalom
Holiday Services
Ahavat Shalom Congn
conduct High Holy Daj sen
the air-conditioned Masonic ii,.
1(175 SW 67th Ave., Miami A
Shalom has been holding H
services at the Masonic li
the past seven years
Cantor Sol Rashin.
Beach, will chant tin- litui
sisted by Cantor B Grei
also of Miami Beach. Cantor lii-
in brings some 50 years of i
ence in the traditional litui.
ginning as a youth singil
choirs. He officiated for sevei
years at a New York synaj
also at l-ikewood. N.J. and the
Normandy Hotel in the I
Mountains.
Cantor Greenln-ri; served >-
Baal Musaph at the Anshe En
Congregation for several veil- H
will sound the Shofar and
the Torah.
Norman Richman is pn
and Allen Kershner. vice pre
of the congregation,
THE ISRAELITE CENTER
3175 SW. 25th Street
IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE APPOINTMENT OF
Cantor William B. Nussen
AS ITS PERMANENT CANTOR
Cantor Nussen will chant the Selichos Services, at Midnight
Sept. 10, and the High Holy Day Services
He will be assisted by his sons Sheldon and Kenneth
FOR TICKETS CALL SYNAGOGUE OFFICE 445-1529

HEBREW & SUNDAY SCHOOl REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
CLASSES BEGIN SEPTEMBER 6th
Moi Parness
President
Avrom L. Draiin
Rabbi
Al Zismon
Board Cbrioman
.'
Israel meanwhile suspended
efforts to refloat the stranded
THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
616 CONGRESS BUILDING PHONE 379-4553
Cordially Invites You To Join One Of Its Affiliated
Reform Or Liberal Temples In The Greater Miami Area NOW
Rosh Hashona Begins Wednesday Evening, September 14th
The Minyonaires Synagogue
3737 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI, FLA.
wishes to announce that
Cantor Louis Cohen
WILL CONDUCT SERVICES
FOR THE HIGH HOLY DAYS
"A Modern Traditional Service"
Seats New Available
Moderately Priced
SUCHOS SERVICES
MIDNIGHT SEPT. 10
Mai W. Temchin, Pres.
Isador (essier. Kit. Chairman
TEMPLE
BETH SHOLOM
the
UBtRAL PROGRESSIVE REFORM
CONGREGATION ON THE BEACH
cordially invites you to
attend its annual
"SHOW AND TELL" SERVICE
and ONEG SHABBAT
at
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
4144 Chase Avenue
ON FRIDAY EVENING,
AUGUST 26, at 8:15 P.M.
So that you may "sample" our serv-
ices and see our beautiful facilities
LEON KRONISH, Rabbi
DAVID CONVISER, Cantor
TEMPLE SINAI
18801 N.E. 22nd Ave., North Miomi Beach
The only Reform Temple in North Oade
WORSHIP SERVICES Hebrew and Sunday
School through Confti matiun
High Holy Day Services: North Miami Beach
Auditorium. 17010 N.E. 19 Ave.
For Temple Affiliation and Information
949-3429
S9S0 N. Kendall Drive IS.W. 88th St.)
SOUTH MIAMI. FLORIDA
Cordially Invites You to Join Its Congregational
Family. Religious School, Hebrew School.
Nursery School, Adult Education. Youth Group.
Phone MO 6-2536
RABBI HERBERT M. BAUMGARD, D.H.I.
MICHAEL KYRR Cantor
Adjacent to Coral Gaoles and Kendall
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
"The Liberal Congregation on the Beach'
4144 Chase Avenoe, Miami Beach
LEON KRONISH, Rabbi DAVID CONVISER, Canfor
(Nursery School through Confirmation!
Religious School Registration Now in Progress
Call the Temple Office JE 8-7231
for Infm mat ton rwKa-rdlng
The Beth Sholom Fair Share Family PI-"
TEMPLE JUDEA
A REFORM CONGREGATION
5500 Granada Boulevard, Coral Gables
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL SISTERHOOO
ADULT EDUCATION BROTHERHOOD
YOUTH GROUP
Sabbath Services Every Friday 3:J0 P.M.
For affiliation and information, phone 667-5657
TEMPLE ISRAEL Of GREATER MIAMI
137 N. E. 19th Street
Bervtnj ail -r imi.- Count) tot >
DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT, Rabbi
JACOB G. BORNSTEIN, Cantor
Services everv Friday evening at 8:15 o'clock
Midweek Hebrew Classes North Miamiat
John F. Kennedy Junior High.
South Miamiat University of Miami
For Temple Affiliation and Religious School Information
Call 379-1757
>
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Frida
Friday, August 26. 195S
^Jenisii fhridliain
Page 9-A
Proposed Three-\ ear
Austerity Stirs Rifts
Top awa:-; to Camp Menorah youngsters are din. Lillian Rappaport. Alex Schepps, Toni
presentee by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz to Paiey. Nelson Kerbei. Edward ScheDps. and
eight bes! rampers this summer. Left to right Rabbi Abramowitz, spiritual leader of Temple
ere Rat::. Stanley Weiss, carip director,
S.rr.on Eciyler. Dennis Kainen, Jacklyn Kas-
List Area Religious Schools
A call tl ;!l Jewish parents to
register th< children in a Jewish
school was i->ued this week by Al-
ii-:: E. Ossip, president of the
B ireau of Jewish Education.
Ossip said that there are now
4') Jewish M-hools throughout the
community, and "that there exists
today a Jewish school in every
Jewish neighborhood, which is now
open for n -:-tration."
The Jewish school director..
published bj the Bureau, lists the
i > iwing sihools:
South-Scuthwest Miami: Beth
Daw I Cot egation, 262S SW 3rd
Judge Friedman
To Be Speaker
Judge Milton A. Friedman, of
the Miami Municipal Court, will be
i itured susker at a North Shore
B u B'ritl meeting at Washing
t ii Federal Savings and Loan As-
sociation Auditorium. 1133 Nor-
mandy Di en Monday at 8 p.m.
President of the lodge. Irvine
('. Spear, has announced that
Uidue Friedman's topic will be
The Current Status of Anti-
Semitism.'
Judge Friedman is past pres-
ident of District Grand Lodge 5 of
B'nai B rith and also past pres-
ident of thf Greater Miami YMHA.
He is pri -ently trustee of the
State of Florida Anti Defamation
League.
Ave.; Beth El Congregation, 500
SW 17th Ave.: Beth Kodesh Con-
gregation. 1101 SW 12th Ave.; Is-
raelite Center. 3175 SW 25th Tor.:
Temple Beth Am. 5950 SW 88th
St.; Temple Or Olom. 8755 SW
16th St.; Workmen's Circle School,
1545 SW 3rd St.; Temple Beth
Tov. 64.(8 SW 8th St.; Temple
Zion. 8000 Miller Rd.
Coral Gables: Temple Judea,
5500 Granada Blvd.: Temple Za-
mora. 44 Zamora Ave.
Miami: Klaglei Gi anada Con-
gregation, 50 NW 51st PL; Temple
Israel. 137 NE l!)th St.: Temple
Tifereth Israel. 650O N. Miami Ave.
Hialeah: Temple Tifereth Ja-
mb 851 E. Flamingto Way.
Opa Locka: Temple B'nai Sho-
lom. 16800 NW 22nd Ave ; Congre-
gation B'nai Raphael. 1401 NW
183rd St
North Miami North Miami
Beach: Adath Yeshurun. 1025 NE
Miami Gardens Dr.; Beth Moshe
Congregation. 13630 W. Dixie
Hwy.; Beth Torah Congregation,
1501 No. Miami Beach Blvd.; Sky
Lake Synagogue. 18151 NE 19th
Ave.; Temple Sinai, 1820 NE 164th
St.; Young Israel of Greater Mi-
ami. 990 NE 171st St.
Miami Beach: Beth Israel Con-
gregation. 770 W. 40th St.: Beth
Jacob Congregation. 311 Washing-
ton Ave ; Farband School, 842
Washington Ave.; Temple Beth
Sholom. 4144 Chase Ave.; Temple
Beffi 1 Registration
Hyman < hahner. president of
Congregati i Beth El announces
that registration in Beth El He-
brew and Sunday Schools are now
being accepted at the office. 500
SW 17th Ave., from 9 to 12. Mon
laj- tln< gh Fridays
Emanu-El, 1701 Washington Ave :
km set h Israel Congregation, 1415
Euclid Ave.; Temple Menorah. 620-
75th St.; Temple Ner Tamid. 7902
Carlyle Ave.
Community wide: Hebrew
Academy. 2400 Pinetree Dr.; He-
brew High School of the Bureau
of Jewish Education. 940 Lincoln
Rd.; Mesivta Senior High School.
1965 Alton Rd.
Hollywood: Temple Beth El,
1351 S. 14th Ave.: Temple Beth
Ahm. 6600 SW 39th St.; Temple
Beth Shalom. 1725 Monroe St .
Temple Sinai. 1201 Johnson St;
Temple Israel of Miramar. 3500
s\v 69th Waj
e Ft. Lauderdale: Ft I.auderdale
Jewish Center. !>47 E Oakland
I'ark Blvd.; Temple Kmanu-El.
1801 S Andrews Ave Ft Lauder-
dale.
Classes at the Bureau s Central
Hebrew High School will open on
Monday. Sept. 12.
Hebrew departments in all
schools will be open on Sept. 6.
with sessions in one-day-a-week de-
partments opening on Sept. 11.
The Bureau of Jewish Education
will launch its accreditation pro-
gram of schools in November.
Qualification of the schools will
be reviewed, and a special certifi-
cate of merit will be issued to
those schools which meet the qual-
ifications of the Bureau's accred-
itation program.
Continued from Page LA
fight against the nation's eco-
nomic squeeze.
Mapam leaders want not only
the new loan but also a boost in!
income taxes und a lowering of
he level tor special higher Uxe8
on large income. Mapai willingness
to consider such concessions, how-
ever, evoked growing opposition
from the National Religious Party
and the Independent Liberals.
Leaders of those groups expressed
dissatisfaction both over such pro-
posed concessions to the leftist
parties and o\er the Premiers
'non-consultation'' with them on
the Sapir program
Basically, the Sapir plan calls
for a freeze on wages and divi-
dends higher taxes, and incentives
to export industries plus penalties
for inefficient production The
leftist groups contend the plan
falls too heavily on the wage earn-
er The National Religious Party
and the Independent Liberals said
that neither the compulsory loan
nor the additional income taxes
should be effected.
They called for cutting costs and
greater efficiency as the basic an-
swer to Israel's economic trouble-.
Sources close to the Premier ex-
pressed hope that a plan could be
presented to the Cabinet for dis-
cussion before the end of this
month hut it was considered prac-
tically certain that the Cabinet
would not deal with economic is-
sues at the next session on Sunday.
New evidence of Israel's eco-
nomic problems emerged from
a report by the Central Bureau
of Statistics that Israel's trade
deficit grew by $8,000,000 dur-
ing the first three months of
1966.
The bureau figures showed that
while visible exports grew by
S21.000.000 to S150.000.000 in that
period, the Government increase I
its outlays on services from S25.-
000.000 to S42.000.000 Israel's for-
eign currency reserves were S697.-
000.000 on April 1 this year com-
pared with S752.000.000 last year.
While the drop was not a large one,
I experts said it was nevertheless
serious.
TEMPLE NER TAMID
80th ST. and CARLYLE AVE., MIAMI BEACH
EXTENDS A CORDIAL INVITATION TO THE COMMUNITY TO
WORSHIP WITH US FOR THE ENSUING HIGH HOLIDAYS.
Eugene Labovitz. Rabbi Edward Klem, Cantor
Assisted by Professional Choir under direcnon of Mr. Leon Shiff
SEATS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE FOR NON-AFFILIATES IN
THE AIR-CONDITIONED AUDITORIUM OF THE TEMPLE,
CONDUCTED BY RABBI MURRAY ALSTET AND CANTOR
PAUL CASLOVV.
(registration is now open for all deportments of Religious and Sunday School
Temple office is open daily from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. and
7:00 P.M. to 9:30 P.M. All day Sunday.
For further information regarding Religious and Sunday
School, call UN 6-8345 or UN 6-9833.
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tration are top row (left to right) Linda Klein, Mitchell Gold-
man and Judy Prichason. Bottom are Lesley Trager. Andrea
Goldman, Kenneth Goldman and Bruce Richman. education
director, shown welcoming new registrants for the ensuing
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islation designed to continue the
provisions of Public Law 480
recogniiing the "great role" the
law had in the past and its po-
tential in helping to solve the
growing world food crisis. The
resolution on rights endorsed
and supported passage of the
Civil Rights Act of 1966 now
before Congress.
The resolution on the Arab ret-
USjmi called on the United Nations
Works and Relief Agency to with-
held rations from the Arab refu-
geee "who are being named for
aggression against the people of
a member stale of the United Na-
tions." The resolution added that
"Hadassah's long experience in Is-
rael, through our medical. Youth
Aliyah and vocational training
programs, has convinced us that
refugees can become creative, sell
supporting citizens of new coun
tries, contributing to their peace
ful development."
Mrs. D. Leonard Cohen, of New
York, Hadassah's chairman for vo-
cational education, told the con-
vention that Hadassah has voted a
Sdoo.ooo program for converting
the Alice Seligsbcrg vocational
high school in Jerusalem into the
first big city comprehensive high
school in Israel. She said the goal
was to make it possible "for the
diverse population in our schools
to become an integrated commun-
ity by learning its skills together,
whatever the initial capacity the
children bring to their training."
Hadassah raised a total of
$12,110,540 during the fiscal
year ending June 30, 1966, dele-
gates were told. The report was
made by Mrs. Max Schenk, of
New York, the Hadassah treas-
urer.
Mrs. Siegfried Kramarsky. chair
man of the Hadassah Medical Or-
ganization Committee in the
United States, told the delegates
that the organization was estab-
lishing a division of child psychol-
ogy at the Hadassah-Hebrew Uni-
versity Medical Center in Jeru-
salem. The division, first of its
kind in Israel, is being made pos-
sible by a gift from Herman Dana
of Boston, she said
Dr. Kalman J. Mann, director
general of the Hadassah Medical
organization, reported that the
average life expectancy in Israel
had increased to more than 70
years and that the percentage of
people above the age of 80 was
increasing by two and a half per
cent annually. Dr. Mann also re-
ported that as the aged segment
of Israel's population Increased,
so did the number of sufferers of
chronic diseases, cancers and emo
tional disorders.
Including those born incapaci-
tated, he said, there were now
3,000 child victims of cerebral
palsy, 4,000 cancer patients,
6,000 victims of hemiplegia,
10,000 chronic invalids awaiting
hospitalization, and "tens of
thousands" of persons "whose
lives art cursed by anxieties.
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phobias and psychiatric prob
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In a special statement, the dele
gales hailed the -realistic an<
statesmanlike measures'" taken b\
President Johnson to preserve Sta
bility in the Middle East. Th
statement said that the President';
decision "to enable Israel to ac
quire deterrent weapons in tht
United States is evidence of the
Administration's determination to
carry out the American commit
iiu-nt to oppose the threat or use
of force in the Middle East "
The convention also expressed
satisfaction that Congress "ha*
once again expressed its opposition
to giving economic assistance to
the United Arab Republic while
it continues to acquire vast sup
plies of sophisticated Sovi-t weap
ons. threatening the security ot"
Israel and other neighbor*
Sen. Edward Kennedy. Massa-
chusetts Democrat, told the con-
vention that as long as the Aral
refugee problem continued and a>
long as the Aiab states "refuse ti
bend in any way. Ihe threat I
Israel's securitsi will aaisl
He called the picture of peace
in the Middle East and the se-
curity of Israel a "brighter" one
While some Arab leaders "are
still dedicated to the destruction
of Israel," militant Arab leaders
"are running into increasing
difficulties with more moderate
Arab states," he said.
Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg ol
Englewood. N.J.. a member of tht
Graduate Faculty of Columbia
University, told the convention
that the responsibility of .-'.meritar
Jewry today was to preserve th
"international unity of th Jewisl
community, and above all. it- "con
tinning life" in countries outsid<
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UN Hears Israel Complaint
Cov. Nelson A. Rockefeller (left) is shown with Sen. Jacob K.
lavite (right) shortly after the announcement that the senior
U.S. Senator from New York will head Rockefeller's campaign
:or leelection to a third term as Governor of New York.
British Report Syria Sel
To Make \\ ar on Israel
Continued from Page 1-A
over lake Tiberias. Israel pointed out once more thai under a
treats between Prance and Britain following World War i. the
entire lake was plaeed in Palestine under British jurisdiction.
To make sure that there would be no disagreement about British
jurisdiction over the entire lake. Prance and Britain had agreed
that, near the northeastern corner of the lake, a narrow strip
of land, between 85 and 40 yards m depth, would be demarcated
on the Palestinian side of the border with Syria.
Israel insists now, as it always has, that Lake Tiberias is
entirely within its sovereignty as it is the inheritor of the
Franco-British agreement, which had been superseded by the
Syrian-Israeli armistice pact of 1949.
Israel fears that, if it should permit Syria to trj to salvage
il- own plane in the lake, a precedent would be established under
which Syria would, in the future, claim other rights in the lake,
nil the oilier hand. Israel reassured den Hull again today that
' is willing to nun back to the Syrians both their sunken MIG-17
and the bodj of their drowned pilot, after these arc brought up
b> Israel
-.ill ni the l.\ Truce Supervision Oi
. turned Mondaj from a conference in Damascus with
chiel of taff ant in their insistence that they have a "ri| hi I i try to
their own plane and pilot from the I" the lake
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UNITED NATIONS .1TA) -
Israel complained to the United
Nations Security Council this week
that Syria committed "grave acts
"i a Egression" against Israeli na-
tionals and territory and that those
acts violated the 1949 armistice
agreement between Syria and Is-
rael. The complaint was lodged by
Ambassador Michael s Comay,
Israel's permanent representative
at the United Nations, in a letter to
the current president of Security
Council, Apollo K. Kirondo, of
Uganda. Mr. Comay's letter did not
ask for a Security Council meeting.
At the same time, a statement
was issued here in the name of I.t.
Gen. odd Bull. Chief of Staff of
the UN Truce Supervision Organ-
ization in Palestine
Gen. Bull noted in his state-
ment that the incidents on and
around Lake Tiberias, in which
Syrian gunposts fired at Israeli
ships on ths lake, then sent jet
fighters over the lake, drawing
a reprisal air action from Israel,
constituted violations by both
Syria and Israel.
"Investigations of both Israeli
and Syrian complaints are under-
way," Gen. Bull said in his report
"Without prejudging the results of
these investigations or the causes
of the incidents, the reports from
United Nations observation posts
Of I XChange of fire and of the de-
plorable use by both sides of mil-
itary aircraft requires me to record
that both Israel and Syria have vi
olated their unconditional obliga-
tion to observe the cease lire or
dered by the Security Council."
In his letter to the Security
Council. Mr. Comay reported in
detail on the events on Lake Ti
berias after an Israeli launch had
drilled aground on a sandbar in
the northeastern part of Lake Ti-
berias. Mr Comay noted specific-
ally that Lake Tiberias was entir< Ij
within Israel's territory.
The Israel representative not-
ed in his letter that Syria de-
liberately sent its aircraft to the
scene about two hour;, after its
gun batteries on land had stop-
ped firing.
He reported thai Syria postponed
accepting cease-fire proposals made
by the United Nations and alreaiiv
accepted by Israel. The Syrian
aggression on August 15." Mr
Comay declared, '"was marked bj
features which indicate that d was
1 organized and deliberate
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ASUDATH ACHIM. Lcmbardy Hviel.
6305 Collins Ave. Orthodox.
Prlday 6 30 p.m Saturday 9:13 ;* ro.
; vi i B:30 p m.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 CaHyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever
k- i.!..\ 6 IS p in Sal urda> S an
Bei n on rii. Spiritual Road lo H ip-
ntnexs." Bar Mltxvah Richard, aon
and Mm Bernard Shlndlor
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AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr.
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Emmink Kushelwitz,
president.
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BETH DAVID. 2C25 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor,
William W. Lioson.
Friday fi p.m. In Herbert E. Scner
Chapel. Saturdaj 9 a.m. in Herbert
i her i 'h.i;'. I. Mlncha 6:1! i1 .m.
Bar Mluvah: Irvln Edward Laskoe,
son of Mr and Mr- Harold Thomp-
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schift
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturdaj 8 80 "
Sermon: "JStrength In Believing
a 8:15 p.m.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Weln.
i i. p in Saturdaj 9 m. Ser-
, .i. wish Monastlcism. '

BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
10Elul6:28 pjn.
iuaCMBat'1' nii-HM-1! uM"m: HKUHI .nMnrn.i'ii u m*m*mn mmmi-
ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabt' Max
RnaDiro Cantor B-njamm Ben-An
FYldaj Hi sunset Sal I da: "'
Sermon: A Conntanl Battle
in,,ii al 8 p.m.: "The War ii On
IETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative
Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes
sETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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JETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
Chitx Cantor Jacnh Renjer.
Prlday 6 p.m. Saturdaj 13 n m Bar
Mltxvah: Richard, son ol M
Mr*. Jack Carmel: Pa -< < of i >i
and Mrs Henry R. IMamoi R
gon of Mr. and Mrs Herb, r< Potah
S'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
Pridaj 15 p.m. Sermon: "R< II '
HEBREW LESSON
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tr'pnn Kin .rnin nann iram
p-c-n-Vv nvn"? ft hick?
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.WKite^oS c~|7a t:'7 lycn
-"---n ntaioa nato mn arm
on nrrpyi pjn T^sn ,H9
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-rxin ]?n3 STDia Kin .Dip?
Dji nV?np>n |T)Ka Kin ;~:-:n
^intr ^ip" ratfa D-'ppjn
pwna sin .imTS> -la "?tf D*~rtf
r.iK'pa ir?toi D-notf naina
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and Paychli Phenomena/' Saturdaj
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of Mr and Mi- Har .,i Kramer
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI. 124? Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Roiencweig.
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FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
PI. Conservative. Rabbi Aharon M.
Feier.
Prlday 6:43 p.m. Saturdaj 9 a m Ser-
mon: "Portion ol the Week." Mlncha
6 SO p ii followed by "Pi rek
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FT. LAUDERDALE JEWISH CEN-
TER. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd
Conservative. Dr. Jack L. Morris,
president. Cantor Theodore Min-
dich.
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FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL 1801
S. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome
Klement.
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HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd. Rev.
Paul Deutsch.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree |
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. I
Gross.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi !
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah '
Heilbraon.
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th:
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
L. Drazin. Cantor William B. Nus-
sen.
6 p in Saturdaj S:43 a.n
Sermon: "Portion of th< Week
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JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave. I
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern ,
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KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave-!
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
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LUBAVITCHER M NYAN. 800 Wash
inflton Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abra-
ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field.
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION Kl TETZE
A conquering soldier takes a woman captive from amont
the enemy.
When thou Koest forlh to battle and seest among the
captives a woman of goodly form ... and wouldest take her to
thee Ul wife" (Deut 21. 10-11).
Kl TETZE "When thou goest forth to rattle against thii
enemies and the Lord thy God delivered them ...to thy hands,
and thou earnest them away captive, and sees, among the Cfl,
5S a woman of goodly form, and thou wouldes, take- her
,o thee to wife; then thou shalt hr.ng her home to hy ho,-,
And it shall be. if thou have no delight in her. then thou
.halt let her go whither she will: but thou shalt not sell her
at all for money" (Deut. 21. 10-14).
If a man have a stubborn and rebellious son all the
metr-of his city shall stone him with stones, that he die' (Dent.
oi 18-21) The bodv of a hanged man "shall not remain all n.ght
upon the tree, but'thou'shalt surely bury him the same day; for
hTtha! is hanged is a reproach unto God; that thou defile no,
,hv land" (Deu,. 21. 23V
" -Thou .halt no, see thy brother's ox or his sheep dnven
awav and hide thyself from them; thou shall surely bring them
Jack unto thy brother" .Pent. 22. IV "Thou shalt not take the
dam With the your,: thou shalt In any wise let the dam 'o. bill
the young thou mayest take unto thyself (Deut, 22^ -7)
When thou buildest a new house, then thou shall make ,
naraoet for thy roof, that thou bring not blood upon thy ho.,-
if any man fall from thence" (Deut. 22. 8). "Thou shall no,
plough with an ox and an ass together Thou shalt not wear a
mingled stuff, wool and linen together (Pent 22. 10-l The
man who "lavs wanton charges" against h.s wife shall be chastia
by the elders of the city "A bastard shall not enter into th,
assemnlv of the lord" (Deut. 23 3) "If brethren dwell to
gether and one of them die. and have no child, the wife of the
dead shall not be married abroad unto one not of hi- kin: her
husbands brother shall go in unto her. and take her to him to
wife and nerform Ihe duty of a husbands brother unto her
And it shall be. that the firstborn that she beareth shall succeed
'in the name of his brother that is dead" (Pent. 25. 56).
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MINYONAiRES CONGREGATION.!
I'" Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
Cantor Lewis Cohen.
- ----
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber. |
man.
---- ---
SEPHARDIC JEW.SH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rev Cantor Saoi Nah
mias.
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan.
Pridnj p.i Sn turdaj s m
Mini ha ."' p.m.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Store
Canter Ma.^r.ce Neu.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michatl
Kyrr.
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL.
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Cantor I
Saul H. Breei-
----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase i
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kr&niin I
Cantor David Conviser.

TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8th
St. Consei vative. Rabbi Simon April.
This r*toontinq o* fh Weeklv ort)cr e th.
tracted and based ooon "Th# Graphic History o
Heritaoe" eit*d bv P. Wollman Tsamir, *15
Sbengdd. end the volume is available at 27
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.
i
Law 's er-
the Jewish
Publisher it
William St.. New
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Peace More Difficult
Challenge Than War
By RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
Beth Kodesh Cong-egation
Only three points kept Nehemia
Hotcha from the title of Bible
Champion of Israel. But the three
i ssing points can not alter the
fact that he wears a crown of
knowledge in Bible and Jewish
learning. Everyone who meets him
finds himself in the presence of
a man unbroken hy his tribula-
tions. indeed, many people come
t Nehemia to ask his advice, to
tt-'.i him their troubles, and to
request his, help, _
When Nehemia was three years
c!d. in the town of his birth, Zako,
tn the Iraq-Kurdistan bonder, he
contracted a serious eye disease.
There were no medical specialists
there. The boy did not receive
proper treatment and became
tlind. It was his jjood fortune that
the famil> tits well-to-do. His
father was able to engage a teacher
of Bible (Torah) for him. Thus,
with patience and perseverance,
and with the help of his excellent
memory. Nehemia learned much
Torah. He decided that he must
not live at the expense of his par-
ents, and therefore went into bus-
iness Nehemia also has a good
voice, and his townsmen liked to
hear him chant the prayers and
sing the songs.
Thirteen years ago. Nehemia
immigrated to Israel. At the Blind
Institute in Jerusalem, he learned
Braille, Hebrew. English, and the
reading of musical notes. With the
assistance ot the Ministry of Social
Welfare, he took a course in tele
phone services, and now he is em-
ployed at-ttie-telephone switch-
board of the Jerusalem Municipal-
ity.
Energy, a strong will, and per-
sistence assist Nehemia in every-
thing he does. He serves as a can
tor on Rosh Hashona. He organizes
choirs and also recorded songs of
his community for the "Voice of
Israel" Broadcasting Service. His
interests are wide, and he is eru-
dite in many subjects. "But the
Bible has wholly taken possession
of me, to the point where I could
take part in the competition with
full self-confidence."
(Published by Brit Ivnt Olamit)
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Abraham Reiseman.
Piid \ !lo i .'. Slnterl.....I h",*i
!
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Leh-nian Cantor Zvi Adler
FYUlay ft p..
:i- r I, i -
rwHx.lkan und !:.. i: I
----
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF CHEATER Ml.
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot.
---
TEMPLE JUDEA. 5500 Granada Blvd.
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Morns Kip-
per.
Pi idaj p '! m in new
_: Si i mon A Sei mon in
. i ir<
---- ----
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 7sth St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nlco Feldman.
---- ----
TEMPLE NER TAMiD. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
- ----
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Ralph Glixman.
---- -
TEMPLE SHULOM. 132 SW ilth Avr..
Pompano Beach. Conservative. Rab-
bi Morns A. Skop. Cantor Leon
Segal.
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary office 1820 NE 164th St.
Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy.
Cantor Chet Gale.
Ku,la> I.' p.m. ;it Washington Fed-
eral Auditorium, 8H9 N K 167th si
Hi vice to Ik- conducted b> Rabbi
i.-.i;,. NiHiniin. ol Cedar Raplda, la
----
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E.
4th Ave.. Hiaieah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Friday s l"i p.m Sermon: i
quences." e-aturday ; a.m Bar Mltx-
vah: Robert, aon "f Mrs. l..u> Maya
anil Ml li w .it l'la\ nick.
----
TEMPLE ZION 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
----
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell ier-
aer. Cantor Ben Dickson.
---- ----
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick.
Friday s p m Sisterhood to boat I ItMfl
Sh.Hl.ibat. Saturday H a.m.
cull I'm'
I: i oi ol La enjoins us
to acl iralitj and decencj
, in tin i ol We are
;, war loda> far more barbai ic than
ever before
1 write as oni who has presented
innumerable orientation
with priest and
minister in I
camps through-
out the country
the years
ol the last ear
nage, whose ears
shall never be
stilled to the
piercing and
shattering cries
he heard from
lips of frustrated
returnees, as one
whose eyes shall
never be dried Rabbi Shapiro
as he saw the results of war in
its naked brutality and anguish,
Viet Nam forbodea greater Bor-
rows and human misery unless
man remembers and does not for
get. We are again suddenly awak-
ened with the sound of the bugle
and the tramp of marching feet.
It is during a period of truce
we need soldiers hut soldiers of
peace. We need steel but steel of
moral and religious edifices mure
7 ...-.-. : ,
tr.c i \dter Mt"
C r of
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\ ; ips
oj r "
Mum.
powei ful than ..II the nti iva
it war Ml eed bal elds
fields where love "< '
su aj.
We must maintain I lal ma
reater than war thai men n
conquer and forever sradicati "*
by faith, trusl and love insteai
hate, suspicion and distrust, It -
difficult tn build a S tuarj I
Peace it is simple to ild a T
pie of Wai
It is not too late Wa has o
and the hearts of fathers I
mothers are broken again, and
sons and grandsons betrayed i
more. At least we must have Gi
comforting assurance that we i os
seSS clean hands and pure he.
at least we must help build
shrine indicating that peace is
true destiny the true heri
and the ever enobling purpo 11
man
hCctpviniccti television /i
rog
rams
AUG. 28, CH. 10, 11 a.m., JEWISH WORSHIP HOUR
Speaker: Rabbi Harold Richter
AUG. 28, CH. 7, 10 a.m., STILL SMALL VOICE
Host: Rabbi Sol Landau
Speakers: Rabbi Eufiene Labovitz. Rabbi Murray AJstet
Topic: Can Man Change?
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Friday. August 26. 1963
+Jenisti flcrid/tor
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I Humphrey at Jewish Vet Convention
By Special Report
ATLANTIC CITY. N'.J. Vice |
President Hubert H. Humphrey
mi to be i highlight of the 71st
annual national convention of Ihe
Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.
which opened at the Hotel Tray
more here on Sunday.
ihe Vic* Presidents address,
. in loci for Thursday, was ex
io i mphasize a major state
ment on vital American policy.
Meanwhile, on the eve of the
convention. President Johnson
commended the organization for
clarifying the "dissent" issue
xploltod by opponents of Amer-
ican efforts in Viet Nam.
on by the JWV at .i recent
\ session in Washington of
VICE PRESIDENT HUMPHREY

the National Community Relations
Advisory Council blocked a reso-
lution that would have conveyed
a distorted impression of Amer-
ican policies connected with the
Viet Nam war. National Command-
er Milton A. Waldor declared at
the plenary.
Mr. Humphrey's address was to
follow by one day eyewitness re-
ports from two Jewish officers who
served in Viet Nam. They are U.S.
Paratioop Capt. Sidney l.inver,
who commanded an advisory team
attached to ARVN units, and
Chaplain Richard Dryer, a rabbi
who was decorated for extensive
frontline service with combat
troops and was senior Jewish chap-
lain in South Viet Nam for a scar
Another hisihpoint of the con-
vent.on will be an address by Sen
Nation \^ arneel of Rockwell Drive
By Special Repo-t
VNTIC ( ITY. N J A for
i gj Nazi be in-
the ''hicag > laiial ttir
: George Lincoln Rockwell,
it til-- American Xazi Par-
- permitted to foment riots
\ploi1 tensions in thai city.
Commander Milton A
hi >h- Jewish War Veter
is.\. sai I here <>n
i ol JWV s "1st annual
>mn I li Wald lid hat
li forms of pi itest and
ni ii" i '.I include the rallj ing
oi Nazis 'rackpots
iroughout the many
criminal record*, with the
purpose of physicall) at
king N proes."
The veterans ,'eader said "the
0
Lakeside
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AND
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mass Nazi rally envisaged for
Chicago in early September
could provo' would make Watts look like a
Sunday school picnic. When
Americans, Neg-o and white
fight side-by-side in Viet Nam, it
borders on subversion to sum-
mon a massi.'e demonstration
Child Programs
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YM and WHA will open Tuesday,
Sept ii
The program will be carrie on
at 1536 Bay Rd. Miami Beach:
8500 SW 8th St., Miami, and the
First Presbyterian Church. It5!)51
NK 4th Ave., North County.
Mrs Ted Weinstock is super
visor of the three branch pro-
grams, according to Miss J. B.
Schwartz, director of the overall
"Y" program.
Registration is already in pro
gram Monday through Friday, B:30
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. In addition to
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available from Mrs S -lma Rifkin
ami Mrs Sheila Weiner
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Jacob K Javits. The New York
Republican is choosing this ap-J
pearance at the national conven-
tion to make a major attack on
extremism.
The convention will examine
such issues as the John Birch
Society, extremism, the civil
rights movement, religious and
racial discrimination, and de-
velopments in the Near East and
other areas of the world, includ-
ing Viet Nam.
National convention chairman is
Bernard Abrams. a past national
commander, who made exten-
sive arrangements for the accom-
modation and entertainment of the
thousands of veterans who con-
verged on the famous resort.
Sessions of the convention open-
ed with a meeting of national con-
vention committees on Sunday and
will conclu-.le this coming Sunday
with electi ms and meetings of na-
tional executive committee A wide
variet> resolutions on vital top-
bent on violence rather than ics has prepared and will
Palmer
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legitimate espouse! of an idea.
It undermines the horre'ront at
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imander v. ild >: said that
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menl a encies sh ul I imn diateij
Ihe closes sun i ince of
the attempt by ".lie Nazis to us-.'
the integration issu I i penel
and dominate frightened ai I
gry elements of When
Rockwell delibei
anti-Negro iiiir.o:i- 'n under
the swastika banner, h really is
using racism in a bid I personal
power just as Adoll Hitler used
anti-Semitism "
This exemplifies what JWV has
long been saying about Rockwell:
though he is a discredited leader
of a tiny handful of rabble, he
cannot be ignored. He has already
brought together the Klan and
National States Rights Partj under
the swastika banner He must be
counteracted lest he capitalize on
hate filled issues and attract sup-
port."
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+Jewist> ncrkHar
Today's Thnuaht: By PR. SAMUEl SILVER
Friday. August 26. 1966
Car Drivers Unite: Nothing to Lose but Our Waj
WHO are the
people re-
sponsible for
putting u p
road signs?
Help me, 11
you *an. Reach
some of these
sign- lien and
ask them for mercy Are they
moronic or are I hey cruel'
Rarely do 1 travel anywhere
bj car that I am not baffled
by the mentality of the sign-
makers.
1 am travel inn from New-
York to Massachusetts. I am a
stranger, no i know the names
of the highways en route.' Of
course not. Do 1 necessarily
know the direction in which 1
am going? Of course not.
1 only know 1 want to go to
Boston, or perhaps to some sub-
urb of Boston. Why. then, don I
the sign-makers have the coin
mon sense to put themselves
into the position of strangers
and put up markers that will
help, not confuse.
You would think that if a
si^n is put up at a certain
point, it would also be put up
again after you make a turn."
But often that's not the case
Say you are going to Long
Island. You ask someone the
way, and lie suggests the Belt
Parkway, You see all kinds of
other names. You see signs sav-
ing North or South, but how
are vou supposed to know
whether your destination is
North or South.'
You would hope that the
idiots in chaise of the highways
would i>ut up .somewhere a list
i the Long Island towns and
give you a break by telling you
which ones lie where. But, of
course, there Is no such indica-
tion. After all. they apparently
want to demonstrate their
idiocy.
All over America, thousands
of motorists are floundering
this minute because of the
stupidity of those entrusted
with the task of helping motor
i-t- Find their way. How long
are we going to endure this mis-
ery and mystery? Car-driv rs
of the world, unite We have
nothing to lose but our way!
As We Were Saving: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Dirksen 1
i
Motes to Fudge First Amendment
N 16 YEARS oi service in the U.S. Senate, Everetl
McKinley Dirksen. according to his own ap-
praisal, has never undertaken anything as important
a- the venture he has now embarked upon.
That project has nothing to do with ending
the fighting in Viet Nam or banishing poveitv
or defeating the political opposition. The Illinois
Senator wants to fudge over the First Amendment
in order to get prayers back in the public schools.
I do not intend to let nine men (the Supreme
Court justices) tell 190 million Americans, including
children, where and when they can say their pray-
ers," the Senator has announced.
Sounds strange because up to now, many of us
had the impression that the Supreme Court, in its
1962 opinion, was trying to see to it that no branch
of the government, including the Supreme ( ourt
itself and the hundreds of public school -v stem-
across the land, would get enmeshed in the sensitive
issue of prayer.
It can't be that Sen. Dirksen has failed to read
the Court's prayer decisions. But it may be that
pressure upon him from the John Birch Societv
and like-minded groups is such that he has decided
to trv to close out his career in a quixotic effort
to oblige those who feel that this country should
have a consensus religion and homogenized public
prayer services. New York Cong. Frank .!. Becker
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Traditional Jewish Affinity for Math
I ill I'd
JEWS APPEAR to have a considerabh
affinity for mathematics. The Tal
mud mentions one rabbi who was re
puled to be able to count the numbe.
of stars.
There is also the Jewish story o
the Sabbath visitor. Treated to cookie-
she ate one after another. She couldn
stop. Finally, embarrassed, she apolo
gized saying. "These are so delicious
one I've taken
Thai is the ninth.' replied her hostess, but who
i- counting'.''
The Jewish love for mathematics goes back to the
Bible where the first injunction is to Btudj arithmetic.
Increase and multiply" is God's lust command in
Genesis
Yehuda Ha-Nasi ol TalmudiC days, once perceiving
thai the interest of his students was flagging, resorted
to mathematics to arouse them A woman ol Babylon,"
he exclaimed, "once gave birth to ooo.ooo people
The students awoke from then- lethargy, demanding
to know what woman that could be
"Jachobed. the mother ol Moses. replied the Tal-
mudical sage.
In the Torah, we read, he explained. "Then sang
Moses and Israel."
Thus Moses and Israel are equal.
Moses equals Israel
Israel equals 600.000. (The Jewish population in
Egypt.)
Therefore Moses equals 600.000.
The rabbis of the Talmud praising the Mit/vah of
visiting the sick, figured it out mathematically that a
visitor to the bed of a sick person removes one sixtieth
of his illness
Thirtv or more visitors, therefore, could half cure a
man of his illness. (That is. of course, if the> don't sta>
too long and tire the sick man out.)
There is a Tahmidic mathematical rule about diet
"We should eat a third, drink a third and leave a third
of the stomach empty" to prevent the siuleit leading
to danger.
According to the Zohar, a person's lite goes through.
three periods: The first when the bod> develop-; the
second when the thought develop-; and the third whe
the deeds develop
The number -even figures heavily in the rabbinical
mathematics The seventh day i- the day of rest Also
there are seven virtues, sa> s the Talmud, which ministers
to the Throne of Glory: Wisdom. Justice, Righteousness,
Kindness. Compassion. Truth and Peace
Rabbi Bunam said we can learn three things Iron:
a thief First, he is not lazy. He will work even in the
middle of the night Second, he is persistent If he doe-
not succeed in his first attempt, he does not give up
easily. Third, he despises no article The same technique,
-aid the Rabbi, can be used profitably for noble end-
There is considerable speculation as to the relative
merits of the various virtues. Thus, it is a Mitzvah to
give a poor man charity and it is also a Mitzvah to receive
people with a kindly disposition
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
New Political Party Now Emerging
A NEW political entity with anti-
Semitic overtones is now
emerging on the American scene.
It is the Patriotic Party, founded
last month at a two-day organiza-
tional conference in Kansas City,
Mo. The national chairman of the
new party is Robert B DePugh.
a drug manufacturer from Nor-
bone. Mo. About 400 delegates from conservative
elemcnts-.'in 47 states are said to have attended
the Kansas City convention.
Mr. DePugh urged them to return home and
enlist the 27,000,000 Americans who voted for Gold-
water in the cause of organizing the party. The im-
mediate objective of the new party is to run
candidates for Congress and state offices by 1968.
In the meantime, members of the Patriotic Party
are urged to work within the Democratic and Re-
publican parties this year, without disclosing their
identitv. So far. the new organization is being fin-
anced by the Minuteman organization and has been
described by Mr DePugh as an extension of the
Minutemen, having a political and a militant under
ground arm.
Meanwhile, two-thirds of the almost 400 dele-
gates who attended the Kansas City gathering joined
the Patriotic Party on the spot and paid the $5.00
annual dues. The delegates represented 30 ultra-
conservative organizations, some of them anti-Sem-
itic. A featured speaker was Kenneth Goff of Denver,
one-time disciple of Gerald L K. Smith and a veteran
anti-Semite who organized and now leads the mili-
tant Soldiers of the Cross. Some speakers suggested
that the new party call itself the Christian Patriotic
Party.
State chairmen were elected for 43 states and
regional conventions are planned for this month.
They will be held in New York. Birmingham. Des
Moines. Dallas, Phoenix and Portland. The temporary
national headquarters of the new party is in Inde-
pendence. Mo.
i oe i. v ivt .
staked his all on getting through
the kmd oi amendment Sen Kirk
gen is now ballv booing Fortunate,.*.
Amendment failed.
The Dirksen proposal sounds innocent: NOW
ing contained in this Constitution shall prohibit the
authority administering any school, school system,
educational institution or other public building
supported in whole or in part through the expendi-
ture of public funds from providing for or permitting
the voluntary participation by student- or Others
in prayer Nothing contained in this article shall
authorize any such authority to prescribe the form
or content of any prayer
Armed with this amendment, the public school
prayer proponents can move in and get the kind of
school-conducted devotional ceremonies they wish
to obtain.
All who cherish the First Amendment and are
apprehensive when anybody of Sen. Dirksens pre-
tige considers tampering with that kevstone of out-
liberties should be grateful to the Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis for urging defeat of the
Dirksen amendment "Religion abdicates its re
sponsilnlitv when it imposes on the institutions of
the state the obligation to conduct religious exet
cises." the recently passed (CAR resolution states,
and in a pluralistic society, the state assumes
unwarranted religious authority when it conducts
such religious exercises."
Overseas Newsletter:
By ELIAHU SALPETER
The Syria Trouble
Jerusalen
AFTER A ie weeks of relative quiel
the Syrian border of Israel, near the
s,.: ol Galili e, again flared up Outwa
lv. it was II e -ami' old storj again. Aftei
several act- of murderous sabotage, the
Israeli armj hit hack in a tough act
of retaliation.
However, this time there were some
new aspects to the pattern El Fatah saboteurs, based in
Syria and encouraged by the concurrence and support
of the Damascus regime, have often in the past sneaked
across the border in the dark of the night, laid explosives
under buildings in Israel settlements or even placed
mines on field roads
More often than not the buildings were unoccupied
and it was suspected, at a time, that the terrorists were
primarily interested in the act of explosion to prove that *
they exist and are active Land mines were frequently
discovered before they exploded and when they djd. the
victims were wounded but escaped with their lives.
Some months ago, however, their attacks became
more dangerous, including bombing of houses where whole
families slept, causing loss of life as well among drivers
of cars and tractors which hit the mines. Israel voiced
severe warnings lo the Syrians and many Israelis expected
a major retaliation by the Army. At this stage a new
development occurred: Moscow launched a violent cam
paign of counter warnings, charging that it was the Israelis
who were engaged in provocations aimed at providing
them with an excuse to attack Syria and cause at
Washington's behest the downfall of the Damascus
regime.
It may be that the present Syrian rulers are some
what more pro-Communist than previous leftist regimes
in Damascus. The difference did not. however, seem so
pronounced as to justify the unusual Soviet action which
was tantamount to full identification with that regime.
Moreover, political observers were particularly puzzled
as to why the Russians so squarely staked their prestige
on this Syrian regime which did not seem more stable
and firmly established than the scores of previous regimes
which have risen and fallen in the incessant revolutions
and counter-revolutions characterizing Syria ever sinct
it became independent. Also the virulent Moscow attack-
on Israel, on behalf of Syria, came while Mr. Eshkol -
government was clearly engaged in an effort to improve
relations with the Soviet Union.
.


iday. August 26. 1966
LEGAL NOTICE
* Jenisti MoridHciin
Page 15-A
I
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
, C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
"i-vENTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Fi OR'DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 8171
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
U l.ll.l.l.'i.
i.-ii \i:i. i.ii.i.i:<:
ilit n!
KK MICH \i:i- MIJ.Ru
,;;i West T-tli Sir.-. I
\, w Vi rk, n'i York
> IOSEF MICHAEL LILI.En
. ,,'.,, i.. notified thai a Bill ..f
. t for I llvorce u nd it Annul-
...... filed InHl >ou. and
. isquired t. aervi a e< >p) of
nsu .i or Pleading to the I -A
pis in '.n the I'llinl Iff* Hlli
SOL ai.kxan i >i-:it. imi. I .In
Building. Miami Iteach, Florida,
. .. ir|| lal Answer or I ail -
In the office of the Clerk of Ihi
Court ......r befort the "l.-t
, ni September, I9M. if you fall to
.' ...., Judgment by default will bi
.. n itgainst you for the rellel d.-
,mled "i I)"' ''HI "i Complaint,
This notice shall be published once
, li week foi four consecutive weeks
THE JEWISH l'l.i'I'.ll'l \\
ImiNK AND ORDERED at Miami,
.ri.i.i. this i.'-tii da) .! August, A.D.
i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
nil Court, Dade County. Florida
||> : ImiNAI.I. T AI'TENH AN
s :il) I'- p ity < "it rk
8 19-26 :-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
(TICK is HEREBY niVBN that
ndi raiRiu d, dealring to i ngagi
indncss under tin- fictitious name
M>K SI'BPEONA SERVICE, at
No tli..imi 79th Street, Miami,
ida, Intends to register s.ii.i name
the '! k ..i" the 'Irculi i 'ourl
1.1.- County, Fli i l i i ii i.i a tii ii.i iSTEIN
IP I. TRASK
i ,. \
i) In Ho i.i
li, Florida
S 19 >; : J.i
lh

\.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ICH is HEREBY lilVRN that
indirolgncd, dealring to engage
i -- 111-1 i Hi. 1lei ;ii..\is name
..i IK CJIIK TAKR "IT I". 'PS,
M liilb Street. I "-.I I.... ka,
ti i..Is to re* i 1,1 in.-
I hi 'li rk ,!" lh. I li'cuit I '..'U I
ly, Florida,
a 11,1.1 AM AJI INt>, Soli Owner
KIIEVIN, liOODMAN M IIOLTZMAN
nej for Applicant
s. > *... iI Itulldlng
M mill. Florida .. 1132
s) I.VAN N. lll'LT'/M \X
H 12-19-26 9 :.'
N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
i:k Estate ,.i
"l\n:i, I! IKK IN
used.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i' ill tors .imi aii in rsniiH Hav-
oi l. inunds Against >:.i.i
v-u in-, hereby notified and re-
'" pi ni anj claims and
ds bi.-h you may have against
estate of DANIEL R1FK1N, de-
.-d late ol Dade County, Florida,
il c. unt) Judges of Dade County,
the same in duplicate ami as
itded .a Section 733.16, FI.....la
I statutes, in their offices In the Count}
i ourtnouse in Dade County, Florida,
I within nx calendar months from the
I'm- of iii,. firm publication hereof,
the name win i>.- barred.
I'Ktod ai Miami, Florida, this 12th
a) 01 August. A.p 1966.
DEI.LA RIFK1N
An Executrix
' publication of this notii......i
I9th day ..f August, |9l
I.i .R.VLD S1LVHRMAN
v ne) for Executrix
Ainsley Building, Miami, Florida
s, 19-26 : _'..
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
\i efc:f:lRCUIT COURT OF THE
KrLJ.V.ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 8907
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I.LERMO i.'l INTERU
'lulntlff
I'l.lA PEREZ QUINTERO,
I i 'etendant
"J.IA PEREZ QUINTERO
li" "all.. Sapo
. surgidero d< Uatabano, Cuba
I "U, .11 i.ia PEREZ OI'INTEKO,
hereb) notified that Kill of
f-nipuunt for Divorce has been filed
i met yOUi .,,, j,ou |in required to
no a copy ol your Answer or Plead-
^mi'iff- "'" "f L'omplaiiii on the
'jmilirs attorney, w kiss a.- CHRIS-
-. M4 S.W. First Sir.-, i. Miami,
"'" .and fil.. th.- original Answer
Reading in the office of th.- CJerh
liij ''"" ''"ur' <' or before the
in day ,,f Re.....ntber, IMC. If you
i to do so, judKnii-m by default will
.,'_,", ^1,lnst l"" tor the relief
f'!*"ded in the 11,11 of fomplaint.
I tins notice shall he published once
twVTk f,,r four conaecutlve Weeks
li-.ii' .'.^Uls" I'M'HUMAN
I r,; ,ANI> ORDERED at Miami,
lib lh day "f A'iKUst. A.D.
,. B.B. I.EATHKItMAN, Clark.
i trcuit Court. Dad, County, Morlda
Bj : K. M. I.YMAN
Oepiny Clerk
[KISS & CHRIOTIE
forneys for I'lalmiff
M 8.W, Flrat street
f'-iini. Florida 377-9471
8/26 9/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
l-MTU K is HEREBY GIVEN that
-i.- undersigned, desiring t.. .niniKe
onslnesa nnd. r the fictitious name
ii i8wr' :" MMOrand Avenue,
> i. Florida, intends to register
<"i name with the Clerk ..r the <-ir-
fii Court ..f Dade County, Florida.
AM true IN DEVELOPMENT
SERVICES, INC.
a Florida corporation
L....... Bole wiler
[.NSLER |{. FBADIR
1........v for American Development
frvicea, Inc. .a Florida corn
I, N : :-9-i6
myetto
BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
i
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UND^R
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N( (TICK IS HKItKin lii\ i.\ that
tin- undersigned. f!"*lrtna '.- engac
In business under the fictitious name
.if I'AI.M STYLE, ii I172M < 'ullins
\\. Miami Bi ... ii. Kloi Ida. intends
latei ^:. .1 name with I he "lerk
I thi Circuit '". i "i l '.i.i.- i 'otiuiy,
Hot da.
J \V11' \ PHILLIPS
DAVID I. TRASK
Attorney
I2ii Lincoln Road
m lami l a. h. 1- l.i.
B 12-19-26 9 .'
LEGAL NOTICE
'.OTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IKItKMY UIVEN that
ii.i.-r the I ni in-
nl CORAL REKF Hi 'SI'IT M.. n
s \\ h Avi ni.-. ,\l lami, nteiuls -
mi Hi. Clerk id
he i ..i I lade i
K in -i.i
S FOX
S :,--
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71764-A (Blanton)
In IIR Estate !
ELIZABETH >;i 'I'M AN.
Deei --..I
NOTICE TO
To All Creditors
llav.n-; Claims ..i
s.ii.i Estate:
You are hen by
qUll .1 In pit m in
ma nils which yo
CREDITORS
anil All Persona
I mands Ago Inst
notified
an)
in.i \
and
r> -
alms ami ..-
have ugainsl
Hi.- estate ..i ELIZABETH lit MID-
MAN. .1.. eased late uf Dade County.
Florida, to the County Judges Dad.
i'..inns, ..ml fil. Hi. -.;..... mi dupll-
cati and ..~ provided In Section 78J 16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the Count) Courthouse In Dade Coim-
i.v. Florida, within -i.\ calendar
months from tile time of the first
will
on
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 8797
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
RRC.INO i AIJXi'o INIUL'EZ
Plaintiff
NORMA JEAN DATTILO INICIl'EZ
I 'efendant
TO: Norina Jean Daltllo iniguel
901 St. Man I'i'w
u/ayemaa, Ueorgla
You, NORMA JEAN DATTILO IN-
KiL'EZ ai.- hereb) notified that a Mill
of Complaint for Divorce has boea
filed aguinat you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Anawer
or Pleading to the Rill ..f Complaint
on the Plaintiff's attorney JACK !..
KINO, Suite -'1... 1160 S.W. 1 Street.
Miami, Florida and file the original
Answer or I'leudlnc in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 23rd day of September, 1906.
If you fail to do so. j nlk'ii i.: l>y de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief In th.- Bill ,.r Complaint.
Tills NOTICE shall b. published
once each we.k for four consecutive
weeks In the JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
I Kine and ordered at Miami, Florida
this 17lh dav of Auctibt. 19ftf.
K II. LKATHKUMAN, Clerk
ctr. nit court. Dade County, Florida
By: K. M. I.V.Man
!>. put) Clerk
jack L. KINO
l ISO B.W i Street
Miami, Florida
S7:i-!.'."T
i- :., :. j .i
,- li. r.
ni plaint
against
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 60C 8S60
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARION KJIAL'SZ AB1N,
Plaintiff
vs.
VRNANCIO ABIN,
l'. fendant
TO: VKNANCIO ABIN
You, VRNANCIO ABIN, a
b) notified that a Bill ol I
for Divorce has I*, n filed
you, and you ari required to serve a
cop) of yorr Answer or Pleading t<
the Bill "i Complaint on the Plain-
tiff's attorney, MANl'el zaiac. 827
S \V. 27th Avenue, Miami. Florida,
I31SS. and file the Sriglnal Answer or
Pleading in the office ..i the ci.-rk
of the Circuit Cnn on or before Ho
1'flth day of September. If Id. If you
fall to do so. Judgment b) di fault Will
in- taken against you for the relief
l.inan.led in the BUI of Complaint,
This notice shall ho published once
each week for four cons.....itlve weeka
in THE JEWISH PLOBIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 11th day of August.
A.D. \9M.
R. B. LBA THERM AN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Hade County. Florida
(Seal) By: C. P. COPKI.AND
Deputy Clerk
8/19-:-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71448 A
In RE: Estat. .H
aim |.I'll I BRl IWN
I.....
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To mi i 'i. .iii.-1 mi.I ah Pel soi
Having Claims r Demnnda Vga
Said liatate:
v. u ..i. hen by notified and re-
quired ,- present any claims and de-
mands which you ma) have against
the Ulti of Ali nl. I'll 1 BROWN,
deceased l.ii. ..[ I i.i.I. County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of I Hide
County, and file the sann In duplicate
and -is ,iro\ Ided In s. i Inn 73-i.li>.
Hlorlda Statutes, In their offlcea In
the Count) Courthouse In Dadi Coun-
ty, Florida, I bin \ call nda r
luonths from the time ..f the first
publication hereof, or Hie same will
i barred.
hated ai Minim, Florida, this -111
da) of .inn.-. A.D. I960.
MICHAEL STEPHEN BROWN
BERNARD SIIRNKMAN
As '.- K\. .lll.-i -
l-'iisi publication of iiii^ ii.-i .-- n
ii da] ." August, :......
HOLLANDER a PBSTCOE
Attorneys for Mli'hael Brown
ami Bernard Sheiikmun
112 CltJ Nail, Bank Bldg.
8 -.-U'-l'.-L'.l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 71t92
In RE: Estate of
CARL II. MRSCHIOR, a.k a
CARL It. MRLCIUOR,
l ieceaaod.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn ah Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y..u are hereby notlfi.-d and re-
quired to prosunt any claims and
denianda wbicli m.u may ha\t against
the estate of CARL B. MK.-CI 1 It IR.
a/k/a CARL R MELCHTOR. deceased
:.i!.- of Dade county, Florida, to iho
County Judges of liad. County, and
file the -.mi. in lupllcate and as pro-
vided In Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
il. s, ill their offlcefl in III. <"..iilit\
c.iiirth..ns.. in Hade County, Floi da,
within six culendur monthn from the
i i.......I the flrat publication hereof,
<.i- rh.- same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, Hi
da) of August, A.D. I960,
MOSES .1 ORI'NDWERU
\e I :\. .nior
First publication of this not.......
. h.. 26th da) of August, I960
SIMON, HAYS .v tlRCNDWERH
mi..1 ii. >s fi r Estate "f
Carl is. Mesvhior
i Carl B. Meli hlor
llll \,n>;..\ Building
Miami. Florida 33132
v L"ii 2-9-16
publifiitlon hereof, or the
be barred.
Dated .n Miami, Florida, this 1st
da) ..f August, \ 11. 1900.
Vlt >LET BECK
PBG!Y Rl'BIN
As Execul rices
First publication -.f this not
the '.iii day of August, 1906
ll.VItt iLD /.INN'
Ati- rne) for Estate of
Rllaubet n Qoodman
r.i'i Dad. Federal Building,
Miami. I- I.i.
_____________________________8 ri-12-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71577 B
In RK Estate of
SAM PEL \V Kiss MAX.
I MSI ll,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To VII Cn dltoi.. i.nii All P. rsons
B i 'Is mi- or l in.hi.K Against
Vou ..... herel fled and ri -
lu pri nt an -..! (li -
id. Ii -.u ma) ha vi itaalnsi
I uf S \\li'l-:i. WEISSM \ s,
li ol Ihidi County,
Ids the Co int> Judge* Dad
County, an.I fib th. Kami -
can and un pro> Id. .1 in -
*
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS.
ollcita your legal notices*.
W* appreciate your
patronage and guarantc*
accurate gervice at legal
rates .
Dial Fil 3-46M
lor meeiengee mi1lj
LEGAL NOTICE
in-
to
K Statutes, m their ifl In
the Count) Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, ii li in si\ al. n lar
months from 'h- t .....f the first
. -i ii hereof, or the name ill
be barred.
I...1.-.I nt Miami. Florida, Iliia
day
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
?ADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C n-100
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JULIA N BENDER,
l- alntiff,
> s.
RAYMOND ; BENDER,
I fendant.
Tn. K \VM..\1 :. BENDER
.".L'l Poplar Street
Lan.-ael. r, Pentis) h
Y..U. R.VYMOND ; BENDER
i hereby notified that n Bill ol I
plaint for Divorce has i.. n ii
against you, and you are required
wrvi .- eop) of your Answer or Pli'ad-
Iur '-. the hill of ''.....plaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, Mortlmei li .1.
:'.i'i Ingrahum Building, Miami. Flor-
ida, and file thi original Answer op
Pleading In the office ..f the Clerk
of i ii. circuit I '-.in i on ..i bi fore thi
il'Hi ilii) ..f s.-|.t.-ml., r, 198(1 if you
fall t.. do -.. Judgment by default ill
n against on fm tl.....t
i- il In the B II nf 'omplaint.
This ii.ai.-. Khali he publish) .1 u
i i- weeks
in III: JEWISH FI/lltlDIAN
Ixi.NE VND iRDRRKD .-. Miami,
ilii) of August, A D.
II LEATIIF.RMAN, clerk
1 'i: nt Con i. Dade Count! FI......i
tSeal) I VLEXANDRP,
liepllt.' Clerk
luull- | MORTIMER FRIED
M lorm > fm i'i.-ii.-
M
Florida
-
-. a
. this
f July, A.D. 19118
M \l:\ IN I \\ IRNRR
Am Administrator
Cum Testamentu Annexo
8 j-12-19*24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OfVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious nam. h
if CEDAR CAB. CEDAR C\1t CO.
(not Inc.); CEDAR CAB COMPANY
(not In.' I: SOUTH MIAMI TAXI:
Si.i'TH DADE I.KASlN'i: (not Inc.):
mi k;4( .S.W. 132 Street, Miami. Florida
Intends to register said names with
the Clerk of th.. Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
SOUTH DADE LEASING, INC.
Sole 1 'wn.-r
KRRSLER, MASSET, Bl.i'K KltMAN
Attorne).* for Applicant
(Ha Blltmori- Waj
Coral Uables, Florida
S, tl !, 2-H-lto
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVHN thai
the undersigned, desiring to eiuiagc
in business under the fictitious num.*
of FARMRR BROTHERS JEWELERS
it :i;i'. S.yhold liuildinx, Mluml, Flor-
ida, .nt..ii.ls to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
.VRTIll'R RICH MAN
Sole Owner
I' \NIKL ll. SATIN
Attorney for Applicant
Ihi Punt Building
Miami. Florida
S L'tl li 2-9-R
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREB) UIVEN that
the undei signed, desiring t. cngugi
iii busim^s under the fictitious aaeae
of BURF-SKIMMKR8, at 190 South
>;lades Drive. North Miami Roach,
Florida, intends lo register Raid name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
..i I >.ii.- County, Florida.
MAKO. INC
By: pack kober. President
NORMAN MILLER
Attorne) I'm M \K>>. INC
s 5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN tha
thi undersigned, desiring t>> engagi
a business under the fictitious name
if LOT* E REALTY COM PAN'
.....a ted) ..t 9192 W. Bay Harbor
Drive, Bay Harbor Island* Florida
ntends to register ^ii.l name with
the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
main B, i.iiU'k. ole proprietor
T ALLAN OFF, WALLER BROWN
Attorneys for Alvln B. Lowi
s, 19-24 I j
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 69100
IN RE: INt.it, ,.f
I'AVIli BIBIN.
I.....as-..,|.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given thai I
have filed a Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
as Ancillary Executor of the estate
..f DAVID RL'BIN, deceased: and
that on th.- :.th day ..f Sept., 1966, will
apply t.. the Honorabli County Judges
of l iade County, Florida, for approval
of said Final Report and for distribu-
tion and final discharge a- Ancillary
Executor of the eatate of the above-
named decedent. This 1st dm ..f Aug-
ust. lS6ti.
MOE Rl'BIN, Ancillary Executor
SMITH \ MAN) >LRR
Attoi n.-ys
4; Lino.In Road, M B., Fla.
- 5-12 19-26
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME
Chancery No. 66C 7993
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereb) given thai the
.....Irrslgned petitioners, I.awrexi i:
BRICK ROSENBLATT and BARB-
IRA SAC.EH ROSENBLATT, li s
wife, whosi i.si.I.i..... addles.! i- I2t!il
South Mhambrii circle, Coral Cables,
FI.ii ida. in the clt) of Coral dallies,
Had. Count). I- .-inla, intends t.. up-
|il) to ih. ll......ralile Judge of thi
i.". \. nth .iu-iii mi i'ir.-iiii. in and for
I'.i.l. t'ounty, .ii Ins office In the
Count) ii t I louse, at 10:30 a.m.
oVIis k \\. .in. s.|..>. .hi the :ist da)
of August. 1966, or is --...ii theri
as ma) be heard, for an order chang-
ing their names from LAWRENCE
HRI-CE ii. 's-im:i. \-|"i- and BARB-
IRA RAURR ItoSENBI^ATT. his
wife, t.. UWRKN'i'K BRl'CR Ros-
ENBLATT RolHIKRS and BARBARA
- \i;i-:i: in ii hiers, n ~ ire, \.\
ahlch ram. s the) -hall thereafter be
kn..u n.
I >.,t.-.t at Miami, l'l..i Ida, this : h
day of July. A.D. I9C6.
LAWRENCE BRL'CK ROSENBLATT
BARBARA SAOER ROSEN BI. \l'i
Petit lorn rt
XNHKI.O A. ALI
yttorney for Petition! is
HAS Musi. N Building
Miami, Florida
> 5-12-19-26
i
NOTICE OF SUIT
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 8485
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IKRiiME PALACINO.
! lit iff,
\ s.
J( ISRPHINE I'A I.A. "INO,
1'. fi ndunt.
TO JOSEPHINE PALACINO
:)-!'. 23Sth Street
Bcllerose. Long Island
Ni w York
You are hereb) notified that Bill
..f Cinplaint f..|- I l|vi rci has h. cn
filed against you, and yon are re-
.iu i. ,i iu v. .i cop) of your Answer
..r Pleading t.. tin Bill of Complaint
on the Plaintiff's Attorney, ROBERT
Ii. BL'KNS. Suite 214, 420 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florida S3139, and
file 'I.....rlglnal Answer or i'leadlng
In the offli.....f the I Ilerk of the I n-
culi i "ourl ..ii oi bi fore Ihi I3th ilay
of KVptember, 1966. If you fail to do
so, ludgmenl by default ill bi '..'. a
against you for thi rellel demanded
in th.- Bill ..f Complaint.
This notice shall b published once
each week t"i four conseeutlvi weeka
in THE JEW ISH l'l.i 1HIDI \ \
I'. i.N E AND i IRIIRREJ I U


in- 9th du) of August, A D.
K H I.EATHERMAN
Clerk, Circuit Court
I >ade '..Unix. Florl
II) DUNAIJi T \ I'TEN 11 v N
I lepul y i "li rk
R< .ill: r ii bi fixs
Plaintiff
120 Lit.....in It...id.
M ..... i li ... li. Floi Ida
.ii-: : -1;ii
::--. l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
iho undi-rslgti.-d. .I. siring to ngug.
-n husinesb under the fietltloua n I
of ADD-A-KEY CO. mot ln.-.i. at
IMS N.E. 163rd Street, N. Miami
Reach. Fla intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court "i i lade County, Flu Ida.
SEYMOUR FRIEDMAN
Sole I i\\ ner
MORTIMER S. COHEN
\tioi ne) for Applicant
Aii.si.> Building. Miami
v 5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to ngagi
n business under the fietltloua name
f Westchestor General Hospital, at
..... S.W. 75th Avenue, Miami. Flor-
ida. Intends to register aald name
with the el. i k of the Circuit i !oui( ;
l lade 'ounty. Florida,
8 Ft >\
Bole >\^ ner
8/19.21; :. I.e.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUN'TY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71719-A
In RE: Eatate of
a.W'a CAT8MAN,
I .... .1 -,-U
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To \n Creditors and All Persona
lla\ing Claims ur Demands Against
Said i:-'..i.-:
. re ii. r. by hotifii .1 and re-
i|iilred lo present ah) i lalnia and de-
mands which >ou inn) have ...
the estate of ANNA CATKMAN, de
ceased late of Dade County, Florida
to th.- Count) Judges .u Dade Coun-
ty, and fill in. suina >n duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.16. Florida
- s. in their offices In th.. Coun-
ty Cuurthousi in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within si.v calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, -.. the ..in. u in i barn d.
Dated m Miami, Florida, this 29tb
the Otli dg) of Aug.. lli6.
DAVID P CATSMAN
As Gxeoutnr
First publicaiii.il of this notice "il
the 1st day of Aug.. l'.uiS.
DAVID P. C VTKM \N
Attorney for K"\i ntor
ni Bast Flags r strict
Miami. Florida
s 5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HER WHY i:i\i-'.N that
thi undersigned, desiring to engage
ii. ss under the fictitious nt.....
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sir. et, Pi rrlne, Flor da,
i. register s.ii.i name with lh' Clerk
-.f the Circttil Court of Dad. County,
Floi Ida
s\ LVESTER R. M UICUCC1
KTItr WKl.l.lscn
Attorney for Palmetto Qaragje
161 \ Imorl 1. mi,-
Coral Gables, Fla.
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"Oewislti Floiridbiaia
Miami, Florida. August 26, 1966
Sec- ion ^
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of Temple Men-
crah. discusses with Mrs. Abraham Swartz his forthcoming
rook review on "Friday the Rabbi Slept Late" on Monday
evening, Aug. 29, at the Park View Point Apartments. The
review is sponsored by the Women's Organization of Park
View Point.
Menorah Parents Group
Sets Family Supper Here
. Oi ganization <>f Temple
of Miami Beach will in-
thi Temple s activities at
ual Temple family supper
- da> evening ;it 5 p m.
the leadership of its new
'li- Arthur Jurkowitz,
i :is Organization will be
fathers, mothers ami chit
: the Religious School at an
evening which will feature food,
tainment and an inspirational
am.
The Children of the Fiddler,"
ally adapted script, will he
((i by the Children's Choir
ring the musical portion.
;. Mayer Abramowitz will
Tevye'S Children in Mi
!' h a commentary on the
stage play. "Fiddler <>n
Ml"
oring this unique even
parents of Menorah hope
the year afresh by cement
bond of friendship among
selves," Mrs Jurkowite ex-
Parents Organization will
thn i p uni program) to in-
service to the school, par-
Jewish Study, and sponsor
p "i tin- librarj
lurkowitz is assisted by an
committee consisting of
Jacobo Esquenazi, Na-
Saul Ginzburg,
n I i iraj. stiii
Shapiro, Uberl
and Mat i >
,ith the si
MIS. AH7HUR WKK0WIT1
chicken and ribs famih suppei
will he teen-agers of Templi
Menorah.
The Junior Choir of Tcini i
Menorah recently appeared er.
television and. in the absence of
Cantor NiCO Fcldman. has beel
trained by Dahlia Abramowitz for
this program. The Junior Clio;:
consists of Kent Robbins, Jill Rol
liin>. Brenda Klepach, Martii
... [da S b < I.ill.;.n i.. |
; ,,; Robert v. einei Rt beci
; nccs Glushakow
Szt\
Youth Schedule Tag Day
For B'nai B'rith Charities
s of the B nai B'rith
. anization, consisting of
' 000 high school youth in
| ters m South Florida, will
demonstrate" in the municipal-
s ,,f Dade County by raising
'ids tor the Variety Children's
Hospital, Muscular Dystrophy As-
iati mi. and the International
Sen-ice Fund of the BBYO and its
lanthrophies
Chairmen of the Tag Day drive
,: this Monday evening are
Katz, Taelon B'nal B'rith
Hid Niel Carver, past pres-
Sholom Chapter of Aleph
Aleph. The dine is spon-
gy the Bnai B'rith Youth
Nathan Gomberg, pres-
et youth chairmen, who
.,. 11 assume leadership m V81
areas, include Patti Adler, Del -
BBG. and Saul RoSSOf, Zlon AZA,
in the southwest section: Michael
Kane, past president of the youth
council. Zodiac AZA. in the north-
west section; Kathy Waldman.
Debs BBC, in Hialeah: Alex Oppen-
heimer, Sholom BBG on Miami
Beach; Mlchele Lebar, Hillel BBG
and Cliff Dropkin, Shield of David
AZA. In the downtown area: and
Manya Goldstein, Elyslums
.! Ellen Liebesfeld, Shomron
BBG, Hollywood.
Helping to supervise
Pay a:. Don Warsl
: and Rob< tl 5|
n
j
by ISABEL GROVE
State Rep. Louis Wolfson and
his Lynn are "having a ball" at
their summer home in Asheville,
N.C. "It's like a Miami
convention." said Lynn, about the
number of Miamians seen in the
resort The other day. Stale
Sen. George Hollahan and Ann
motored in from a nearby vaca-
tioning spot for a visit The
Wolfsons have seen State Sen.
Bob Ilaverfield The Senator's
wife. Shirley, was recovering
from a throat infection The
weather has been beautiful
between the rains, according to
Lynn.
Mrs. Arthur I,ee. president of
the Florida State Department of
the Jewish War Veterans Auxil-
iary. is in Atlantic City, N.J.. at-
tending the 51st national conven-
tion of the organization With
her are 14 auxiliary presidents
and Mrs Billie Kern, national
historian, who is running for
national conductress Elec-
tions will be Sunday .
And Mrs. Evelyn Decky, for-
mer Democratic Committecwom-
an and state historian for Rc-
bekahs and Jewish War Veter-
ans Auxiliary, took off for New
York and a convention of the
Disabled War Veterans at the
Waldorf Astoria Greeting
Delegate Decky was Sheldon
Leonard, producer of "Man from
Uncle" and the "Dick Van Dyke
Show." popular television favor-
ites While in Gotham. Ev-
elyn's also attending a few teas
in behalf of the nomination for
governor of Franklin Delano
Roosevelt, Jr.
9 9
Mr. and Mrs William Carmel,
of 826 83rd St., Miami Beach,
turned their home into a ranch
for a surprise anniversary party
in honor of the 25th silver anni-
versary of their sister and broth-
er-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence
A. Weston, of 1450 Cleveland Rd.,
on Saturday evening Since
the theme was Western for the
Westons, everyone who attended
came western style Host
and hostess were dressed in
black cowboy pants and white
western shirts and presented ev-
Cnntirued on Page 5-B
checked!
Orion'' coordinates that never
need ironing!
Check into class with zipp> b ack and
white hounds tooth! Cateline styles
then- to please the girls, but you
Moms will rejoice over wrinkle-
free, no-sag Du Pont End-O-Press
finish bonded Orion" acrylic.
Slick patent-look yellow belt?
<=dd extra punch! Shown,
from tne collection: jumper,
3-6X $9 7-14 $11
I t'S WCfld.
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fJenist fhridian
Friday August 29
-363
'Show and Tell1 At Beth Shslom
In the Board Room of Temple Beth Sholom all members of the committee in charge of
are (left to right) Mrs. Leon Unger, Mrs. Sey- the opening membership tea of Sisterhood set
mour Silverman. president of the Sisterhood, for Wednesday, Oct. 19.
Mrs. Alexander Libow and Mrs. Meyer Don,
Presidents of the Southeast Region of the
American Jewish Congress who will direct
activities for the coming year are tleft to
right^ Mrs. Sylvia Silvers, president of Justine
Chapter; Mrs. Jeannette Stern, president of
the Miami-Coral Gables Chapter; Rabbi Leon
Kronish, president of the South Florida Coun-
cil; Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, president of the
Florida Women's Division; and Mrs. Ruth
Albuquerque, president of the Louise Wise
Chapter.
Hebrew Acad. Outgrows New Pine Tree Dr. Site
What planners five years ago
said wouldn't happen did in fact
happen.
The Hebrew Academy of Greater
Miami, MOO Pine Tree Dr.. has
gotten too bis for it> structure.
The result is broad smiles with
regrets on the faces of the ad-
Jefferson Natl.
Declares Dividend
i
ch has
'
percent
'.9.
i
bank
I 71 ". ': -

1965
i months of '.966.
SI 10.-
iation and
loan -- or $4 43 per
share :o Arthur H.
ar.d Thomas E Mottola. pr* -
ministration officials, the school's
persomul and even the planners.
When the Academy moved to its
present SI million quarters on
Pine Tree Dr.. projection was that
the campus facilities would be
more thtn adequate for at least
seven years.
"Success has turned the seven
projected good years into a
fabulous four years with the
Academy opening its school
doors next month for the fifth
time at its present location with
more students than the most
optimistic chart predicted "
Rabbi Alexander Gioss said
Wednesday.
.
500 students within
the sti
I for 0]
- tember. 1963
But tnrollments so far this'
summer have jumped the student
population to more than 500 pupils
already with the registration books
still open.' Oscar Mamber. board
of admissions chairman, declared.
Many classes will be tripled in
students with especially heavy
emphasis on the elemental)
Although Academy officials
stressed earlj registration for the
manj stud< nts
-'ill signing up for studies
-in Sept 6
In order to pro ide adequate
n for the un< xpeel
"' but i i I ,j stu
dent ssrooms in tin
and Mai arcl Weishaus Huh
Is will be utilized
\pplications for the girls' high
school also are being accepted.
Classes will be kept to min
imuro attendances, Louis Mer
Academy president, said
19 YR. OLD NEW YORK 30Y
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near or short bus ride to South
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Remember how good
bread used to taste?
August Bros.
still does!
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
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Temple Beth Sholom will con-
duct its annual "Show and Tell"
service on Fridaj at 8:15 p m., ac-
cording to an announcemenl bj
Louis 1' Snetman, Temple pies
ident.
Rahhi Leon Kronish and Cantor
David Conviser will conduct the
service, and the Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing the service in the Temple
auditorium will be sponsored by
the Temple's membership commit-
tee, of which Jack If. Fink is chair-
man.
Sisterhoods hospitality commit-
tee, under the chairmanship of
Mrs .lames S. Knopkc, is in charge
of arrangements.
Each year, at the beginning of
the season, our Temple conducts
this Show and Tell' for its mem-
bers, and especially for new and
prospective members, in order that
Beth Sholom s facilities and phil-
osophy may be explained and dem-
onstrated."' Fink said. "This pro-
gram makes it possible for new
members to understand the eon
gregation which they have joined.
Suburban League
Slates Funfest
Suburban !.< ague annual Chil-
dren's Party for ambulator) pa-
tient- at Variet) Children's Hos
pital is all set for SatUrda) al
11 30 a
Skipper and his
will be th. i start the fun, and
the parly will include a complete
show, cartoons, music, i<
ments and gifts
Mrs Harold Kassewitz and Mrs
Gerald Falick are co-chairmen of
the funfest Helping with arrange-
ments are Mrs Robert Sui
and Mrs Richard Brickman
Pn -ulent of the Suburban
League. Mrs Alan Hertz, an-
nounced that her service club
started only three years ago and
raises funds to support two cancer
patients at Variety Children's Ros-
pital.
In 1965. the women raised over
$12,500 through benefit events
Who to
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day" flavor! Delicious toma-
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of pure olivo oil. Great with
spaghetti, omelets, fish-
meat loaf, too!
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hi iiiiihimmi'.
I>r. Max A. Lipschitz, of Beth Torah Congregation, reviews
r.ans for "Operation Right Start," parent orientation night,
en Sept. 1, with Joel Gottehrer (left), chairman of the school
board. Abraham J. Gittelson, education director, and Mrs.
Manny Marcus, Sisterhood education vice president.
Mesivta Opens Member Drive
The month oi September has
been sot aside as Mesivta Member-
(.hip Month. Uyman Kolko. pres-
nt of Greater Miami Louis
Uerwitzer High School, revealed
Wednesday,
Harry Rosenberg, board of di-
rector member of the Mesivta. has
(ten appointed chairman of the
i mbership drive.
"The coal for the month is 500
members," Rosenberg said. The
Mesivta of Greater Miami, which
Women's Chapter Meeting
li'nai B'rith Women's Chapter
! B will hold its first luncheon and
i eting of the season on Tuesday
< on. Sept 6. at the Deauville
Hotel President Mrs Samuel
,m and her committee have
I lanned a surprise entertainment
fci the afternoon
will o,ien me new school yeai on
Sept 6. is the only Yeshiva High
School in the entire South
Membership committee will con-
tinue functioning throughout the
year, but is planning a series of
activities to highlight the Mesivta.
According to Rabbi Alexander
S. Gross, principal, students from
Denver. Colo.. Teaneck. N.J., Mon-
ticello. NY.. New York City. Chi-
cago. 111., and several South Amer-
ican countries have enrolled for
the coming school year
The Mesivta accepts both res-
ident and non-resident students,
and will begin this year special
classes for students without a He-
brew background.
Membership committee consists
of Murray Rosenberg. Rabbi C. II.
Kagan. Louis Pollack. Jerry
Bienenfeld, Milton Kahn. Harry
Rosen, Harry I.erner. Louis Mer-
witzer and Oscar Shapiro.
For Elegant Functions
;omplete Catenno Facilities lor that Special
Party served in superu fashion tatting that
) 1 1 will rellect your good taste.
^CONFIRMATIONS RECEPTIONS -WEDDINGS
BANQUETS MEETINGS PARTIES
A T.te a let. or a gala celebration with 3.500 .i.ti.
DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED UNDER THE SUPERVISION
_^_^ OF RABBI T1B0R H. STERN
CDeauville
C*ar'ei Miller. Executive Food Drector
ON THI OCIAM AT TMV
PHONE: UN 5-8311
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... FLIPPER DIDN'T FLIP
When the Dolphins played the Kansa-
Chlefs m the Orange Bowl, Flippei his s]
tank was supposed to Jump ..i i the
i s ade a touchdown. Hi ood rest.
but lir [| u!> before the season is ovei
Seen ,it ihe game were Dr and Mrs. Norn
; ene Coopi rmai I iold-
and In- Grac< and their two sons S
Goldman and his Deana. Mr and Mrs, Abe Bir-
ei aum ("hick Sweet, Mr and Mrs Sigmund
Weil ib i1: M rton B Morgan, Mart
kan, and Artie Kravitz. ui'-. nk shirt
made him cas\ to spot as lie hi.- i the
Eo his seat.
* *
COME TO A PEOPLE PARTY
Ihe invitation was lor cocktails and a buffet
dinner at the home of Shirley and Herbert Jos-
eph, It rained just at arriving time, but the
host went out with an umbrella so that the
quests wouldn't melt. Good food and good talk
made it a regular people party. Shirley has a
fantastic recipe for a tidbit to serve with the
drinks: simmered meat balls in grape jelly and
chili sauce. Among guests were out-of-towners.
Jack and Evelyn Silverman. of New York. Dick
and Edie Wolf, Lewis and Shirley Gorfine. Sally
and Sherman Freedman. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Seit-
lin. Dr. and Mrs. Morton Halpern. Marcia and
Seymour Simon, and Beth and Bernie Marder.
*
A CHAMPAGNE BRUNCH
It was a 25th wedding anniversary for Ethel
and Alex Ereidin. Florence and Fred Irvine and
Martha and Edward Hornreich planned a sur-
prise party for them at Florence's house. The
surprise on Ihe Freidins' faces as they entered
was a sight to behold. Among the guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olesky. Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Muroff, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goldberg. Mr and Mrs.
Martin l.undy. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Freidin. Mr
and Mrs. Irving Freidin. Mrs. Irma Kessler. Mrs.
aces ...
Esther ;..; Gussie Fri
Anna Silv<. the two Freidin child.
Merle and Phi Howard and Marilyn Frei
t wesl i'n' Maril;
,.' i!n- part> '.< it) i
Mildred Gidm
DOWN TO THE lAST DETAIL
. had a birthday.
I.;,ml. Donal knew; bul I d
have air. :..: 'illl Hi" an;-! I ments :
the surprise 11 I their daughti rs i
and Del-: up Despite the laet
Cathy is bus; B m0\ i" at Pioneer Cil
everything clock work. The guest*
were told ir cars at tli" golf com
and when Cai called back trom a neigh
bor's hone, foi distance phone call, whi
they were supposed!) to have dinner, every
shouted "Happj birthday." The gins even had a
good band for dancing. Among guests were Eddie
and Sue Guthmanr.. Stanley and Joni Tate. Sard
ford and Sylvia Kramer. Lou and Ruth Gidne; .
Myra Pascel. Al and Joan Bakst. Ed and Byrdi?
Denison, Seymour and Helen Somerstein. Bart
and Jackie Cohen. Morton and have Goudi->.
and Dr. and Mrs Donald Ixnenson.
THE WAY TO A MAN'S HEART
Now that Gail Pollack is Mrs. Lawrence FeU.
two of her mother's friends decided to have a
recipe shower tor her. Mrs. Isadore R'leger ard
Mrs. Donald Rubin had a luncheon just for famil;.
at the Crystal House. Gail read all of the recip.-:
out loud and promised to make them for her
husband. Her mother. Mrs. David Pollack, and
mother-in-law. Mrs. Kate Feldman. nodded ap-
provingly. The hostess provided a book with en-
velopes so that she will always have a perma-
nent file of the way to a man's heart. Amor.;
guests were Mrs. William Uhnan. Mrs. J. A.
Cristol, and Mrs Eleanor Greenberg.
Frances Lehman

Temple Israel Schedules Faculty Retreat Over the Weekend
Butlni
pecla
Have that
Meeting,
anquct, or
I Occasion

You'll find complete
facilities to exactly satisfy
your needs in the Kismet,
Aladdin, Scheherazade and
Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a
wedding or a private party I
Forty-six members of the Relig-
ious School staff of Temple Israel
of Greater Miami will participate
this weekend in the annual Fac
ulty Retreat and Seminar on Miami
Beaeh
Dr Chaim Etrog, director of the
Commission of Adult Education of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, will conduct five
different seminars beginning Fri
day. following Sabbath Eve dinner
and services
Dr Etrog. a noted Biblical schol-
ar, will address himself to the
following themes:
Sources of Judaism Judaic
Literature from Bible to Present
Day." Friday evening:
"The Meaning of Prophecy in
the Bible." Saturday morning;
"Talmudlc Interpretations of
ihe Bibli." Saturdaj afternoon
I"he Ancient Bible and the
Present Daj is its Message Rele-
vant"' Sunday morning;
"An In Depth Reading of the
Bible," Sundaj afternoon,
Sabbath morning services will
be conducted b) Rabbi Joseph R
Narot and Cantor Jacob G Born
stein. Temple Israel's education
director On Saturday evening, an
evening of Jewish culture will fea-
ture readings in Jewish theology
through the ages, from Abraham
through Heschel, including Philo.
Maimonides. Spino/a. Chasidism.
Kohler. Baeck and Mordecai Kap
Ian.
Registration in Temple Israel's
Religious School, with a choice of
either Saturday or Sunday sessions.
is open to members of the congre
gat ion only on a graded level from
kindergarten through 12th grade.
Midweek Hebrew classes are
held at the Temple, at John F.
Kennedy Junior High for members
in the No. Miami area, and at the
University of Miami for those h\ -icns begin the weekend ot -
ing in the Southwest. School set | 1C and 11.
THE
III K C A Y X K T E II RACE
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Falk Falk
Miss Susan Dcfera Falk i\
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on Saturday I the Doral
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74th Ave.. Miami The -
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Matron of horn>r Albert
>. -man li&sa Muna I.ee I
was naaid of honor Brici -
xled the Misses Ainj Milaai
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sentiy ailerc ;
He was a BMaaber of Zeta Beta
Fraternity ami is now aiuiiau ri j
ith Phi Datta Phi. ie^aJ fraer-j
Following a reception at thH
Dora! Country Club, the eoupie|
went on a honeymoon tour <>;
Pueno Rico and the Virgin Is-
They aril] live at 7808 No.
Kendall Dr or. their return hoSM
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Gonyea Cominili
Dr Herbert Baoa -
si Mm a* at Htm Frsariae 1
Billie CamJniti and Mr William]
Goayea
les at Seville
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puts are the Wa -
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Mdaring n ps <
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mm. wiuiam GOnriA
be mer recreation leader a" S
set Park for the Dade Count} Park
. rtment
The sroom i- a graduate of
South Broward Senior High. -
with the I 9 Ail Force, and i*
currently a biolojy major at the
I'niversity of Miami
Matron of honor for her sister
as Mrs Lorraine Kasse Brides-
maid? included the Mis*c Sandra
Lee v. hay k.n and Bochelle Chaj
kin.
bard Gonyea acted as be-t
man for bis 1
F.oVrt 0 K---e anal Raymond
Dam-
-. and luncheon follow ed
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Dr
will live in Miami upon tbi
turn.
The former Miss Barbara Ann
Toback and Mr Melieh were mar-
ried Saturday evening, lug 20,
at the Beauville Hotel with Rabbi
Morris A Kipper officiate s
'1 he bride i- the da
i rank '.'"back. 5130
Donatello St it the son of Dr. and Mrs,
Edward I Melieh, of Treasure Is-
land, St Petersbui
For her wedding, 'he bi ide
wore a bridal gown fashioned of
candlelight silk peau de sow and
aleneon lace The lace bodice had
a scalloped neckline and shod
The floor-length sill
heath was encircled with a wide
:- of lace at the hemline a
the camelot ( at which fell
shouldei
a chapel "
i of hon" sister was
Judith Suzanne 1
were El
man. Mrs Marvin Solomon
groom's sister, and Mrs Howard
- .but and Lois Varat, cousins
of the bride Flowei gii I was
man for Mr Melieh ua-
Louis Toback. and ushers
D. Stephen Toback Lewi- 1
Robert Ross, and Laurence To-
back.
The bride i- a 'jraduati of 'oral
Gables Senior High School and
Palm Beach School of Dental Hy-
giene.
Mr Melieh received hi- IIS de-
cree from Flonda State Univers-
ity and i* a senior at the Univers-
ity of Miami School of Medicine
Berger Blake
is Francine Donna Blake.
. ler of Mr. and Mrs Carlton
Blake, of Miami Beach, became
Topel Brady
lEifHfHm/HfHfBJHimiBfBIHIHIBrL
ilrtfistration \tm Op**n
far
Beth Torah Pre-School
and Kindergarten
A i Mi TED NUMBER OF NON-CONGREGATIONAL
MEMBERS Wit BE ACCEPTED
-::re-a:ec Reac->ess Includes
S.R. A MATH and SCIENCE PROGRAM
.EAmN-A-TRON
EXPERIENCED LICENSED STAFF
under tne direction of
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orchids ar. alley.
Maid oi honor was Miss
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Cara Gi er. Myn -- Karen
E ''. and
Mar-- .an
Be>: ir..\ David Brody.
brother sf the bride I -
Venif Paul Goldbi r| Jefl
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Xewlj
gh and H
Pade .' She is
student at the sitj at
Miar
The Broom als I to Miami
Beach His:.", attendee Peau
Uacrcrsit) and is now a: .
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H-.. i :: i Bowed tas c
mooy at the Algiers 1 m ceamio
->e in South Miami
Melieh TeaWk
Mr and Mrs Arthur E Melieh
are honeymoon in? in Mexico and
/MffS. 4THl/ Mfl
bride : Stevi ha: \
' Mr
Jerome .1 B I
B' ach, at i candlelight
at Temple Ner Tamid
21 Rabbi Engi
officiated. A .-'ddiii.
followed at the Temp.
Seville Hotel
The wedding party jr -: thi
groom's sister. Miss f: bara
r. who served a- aid "I
honor, and Mis- Rebec
Shaw. Miss., Miss Jerri 'idman,
Miami Beach. Miss Tob -'eznik.
Birmingham. Ala : Miss
Cherye Rosenzweig, Me rleans,
La as bridesmaiii.-
Thc 2 r o o m' s be-t
Robert Weschler .lay
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Sunday morning from *O0
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<* Fridcry, August 25. 1966
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Contir.ed from Preceding Page
Stuart orenblum, Lee Fruman.
Leonan Severtz. and Henry Zang-
vill wen ushers
The I
and w
.le wore a gown of can-
reetnbroldered alencon
ioned with fitted bodice
i d her social sorority,
_:,.,,,. ce ed : I the shoulder-
kline ai d repeated again
,in th< mg sleeves. The floor-
ath sk"; was appliqued
g lace in three bands to
The aisle-wide detachable
i ajn from the waistline. Her
fll I
VVeinj
I r a i -
ill. .'i<'. a graudate <>f Miami
Bead : ior High School, attends
rsitj "I Alabama, where
Dean's Lisl student in
.c of Education, majoring
She was a member of
Honorary, Panhellenic
and Associated Women
' lonstitution Committee.
a member <>f the Univer-
Alabama Debate Team.
. e (I h e r s o r o r i t y,
psilon Phi, as president,
nominated lor Homecom-
nt veil of pure silk il-
[rom ,. matching lace
pillbox
in the wedding pro-
. Mi and Mrs. Murray
Mr. and Mrs [rwi n
Mr and Mi- llarr\
. |, and Mrs Henrietta
i i
she i-
II-.,' C<
in spe<
T i a r .
Counc
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a n d
Alpha
She wi
ing Qui
Mr.
Mian:
will
Septe
r, also a graduate of
ach Senior High School.
Alabama Law School in
alter three yean of un-
der:!. .' Stud) H' has served
his si fraternity, Alpha Bpailon
Pi. a- : sident for the pas; year
\ o m led for membership in
Druid honorary, he has also
been .. d for membership in
tin- i erce honorary. He was
(.mm lor for the university ra-
dio -'. 'i and wrote for the stu-
dent ; iper
Thi iple plan a honeymoon
in .la a, where they will tour
the i- After returning, they
will livi n Tuscaloosa, Ala while
attendu the university.
.evrnson Kramer
Miss Sandra Lee Kramer be-
came bride of Harvey L. Levin
son ir emonies before Dr, Her
l'i-rt Ba mgard on Saturday. Aim.
20, 7:3 ) m at 'temple Beth Am.
Tlu i le is the daughter of Mr
and Mr Morns Kramer. 5979 S\V
16th T< The groom's parents are
the Mas Levinsons, 905 Granada
Blvd.
Matror of honor was Mrs. Carol
Wiesel Bridesmaids included Mrs.
Mariani Green. Mrs. Norma
Stone. Mrs. Carol Aeconero. Mrs.
Bobbie Gish, and Miss Debbie Sin-
M ss Marian Wiesel acted
^is flower girl.
Larry Golden was best man.
and uslH rs were Bob Cohen. Jim
Green, Alan Gish, George Wiesel.
Eddie Perl, with Alan Karo as
ringbean r.
For hi r wedding, the bride chose
ji princess style gown with long
tapered sleeves and lace scallop
neckline The white silk organza
gown touched the floor and had a
lull skirl appliqued with alencon
hue and embroidered with seed
pearls and iridescents scattered
MRS. STEVEN BERGER
The groom also went to the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Reception followed the cere-
mony in the Feuer home here.
Shenkman Wo/fson
Mr and Mrs Fredrick Alan
Shenkman will live at 407 NW
15th St., Gainesville, Fla., follow-
ing their honeymoon in N.i- au,
The bride, the former Jessica
Wolf son, is the daughter of Mrs.
Henry Wolfson ami the late Mr.
Wolfson, ol 2451 Brickell Ave.,
Miami.
The groom's parents are Mr and
Mrs. Murra Shenkman, ol .tack
sonville, Fla.
The c o u p I e exchanged 6:30
o'clo< k w ed ling vows on Sunday,
Aug 21, tin Fontaini bleau
Hotel, with Rabbi Sol Landau of-
ficiating
Maid ol honor for her sister was
Miss Anna \\ olfsi
Gerald Shenkman acted as besl
man lor his brother
Newiywed Mrs Shenkman i- a
business education major at the
University of Florida. The .
is a u of F graduate student In
education on an NDA doctorate
fellowship. He is past president of
Tan Epsilon i'hi Fraternity
s3oc/a//f
KRATISH UNVEILING
MIcatNM ol o monument to the
memory of the late
JULIUS KRATISH
will t.e place Sunday, August
28 M -,1:00 A.M. at the family
Iplot al Mt. Sinai Cemetery, with
Rat: Joseph Rackovsky of fie i-
atinij
Frie-ds and relatives are in-
vites! :o attend.
Feuer Russell
After a honeymoon spent in
Europe, Mr. and Mrs. James B.
Feuer will live in Madrid. Spain.
Mr. Feuer and his bride, the for
mer Karyn J. Russell, were mar
ried on Tuesday. Aug. 23. in 5
o'clock ceremonies at the home of
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gus
Feuer, 50 Hibiscus Island. Miami
Beach,
The bride is the daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Paul C Russell, of
Port Huron. Mich.
For the occasion, the bride chose
an ivory silk with lace applique of
floor-length dimension and carried
a bouquet of yellow roses.
Maid of honor was Miss Robin
RusselL Miss Lois Feuer was
bridesmaid.
Barry Freeman was best man.
and Bart Notowil/ served as usher.
The bride went to the University
'of Miami, where she belonged to
Delta Zeta Sorority and Alpha
Theta Kappa honorary.
\\ IK| K.lllll
AIRS. HARVEY LEVINSON
over the gown and chapel train.
Her veil featured a seed pearl
coronet held in place by the si!'<
illusion.
She is a graduate of Southwest
Senior High School, and is now
employed with Prudence Under-
writers of Florida.
The groom is a cum laude grad-
uate of the University of Miami.
where he was a member of Zet i
Beth Tan Fraternity. He is now
employed with Ernst & Ernst.
Reception followed the cere-
mony at Beth Am. After a Jamaica
honeymoon, the couple will live at
7803 No. Kendall Dr.. Miami.
mmui?naMbo
Continued from Page 1-B
ei \ one with cowbov) hats and
bandanas .
Among honored guests were
Mrs. Anna Hyman. mother ol
Mrs. Weston and Mrs Carniel.
Mrs Stella Weinstcin. mother of
Dr. Weston; the Weston daugh-
ters and husbands, Mr and Mrs
Donald Kramer and Mr and Mrs
Tony Bonell. the Carmel chil-
dren. Allan. Barbara. Jerry and
Linda; cousin. Judy Ann Carmel;
Richard Seiderman, Mr, and Mrs
Nathan Kramer. Mr and Mrs
Jack Segal. Mr and Mrs. Louis
Pilzer, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
Silverman, Mr. and Mrs Murray
Sonnett, Mrs, Dave Berry. Mrs.
Jack Geartner, Mr. and Mrs Gene
Troop. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
rcich. Mr and Mrs Sam llirsch.
Mr. and Mrs. George Goodman,
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Platt, Mr.
and Mrs. Phil Miller. Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Olkin. Mr and Mrs
Henry Levy, Mr, and Mrs Lee
Pines, Mr. and Mrs Sol Rosen-
kranz, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Stein.
Mrs Elaine Blatter, and Dr. and
Mrs Jerry Fishbein

Dr. and Mrs. Morton (Sylvia)
Rosenhluth. of North Miami
Beach, are back from a round-
the-world tour Dr. Rosen
bluth was on a scientific mission
sponsored by Alpha Omega, the
dental fraternity, which included
lectures in Israel, Bangkok, Hong
Kong, and Japan.
Len and Roz Zilbert, 7800
Beach View Dr., N. Bay Island,
have September plans set .
They'll leave early in the month
for Aspen. Colo., then on to
Lake Tahoe. Las Vegas, and San
Francisco They 11 be away
about three weeks Mean-
v : Kutin
MRS. JAMES FEUER
Wrrm-i I
MRS. FREDERICK SHENKMAN

bu K^fsaocl C^
Jackson. Mr and Mrs Ralph
Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Horn-
while, son Sheldon will have re
turned to Tulane. where he is a
pre-med junior
Tennis, swimming and fishing
naturally were on the tiail> agen
da this past week for the Martin
Hochman family The sporting
goods -ion- owner bundled up
rove
hi- wife and their son. Jeffrey
along with the latest sports
equipment an l headed for a
few days of rest and relaxation
at the Sheraton Indies Inn down
on Duck Key .
Trying out the latest casting
equipment, snorkel gear and ten-
nis racquets, the Hochmans re-
port they spent a delightful
weekend
The Jacob C. Cohen
Community Synagogue
1532 WASHINGTON AVENUE
is proud to present the
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICE SCHEDULE
CANTOR OSHER D0PPELT and ADULT CHOIR
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
If you care for .
RABBI DR.
TIB0R H. STERN
Officiating
ir THE FINEST IN TRADITION
ir THE MOST INSPIRING SERMONS AND LECTURES
* THE BEST CANTORIAL MUSIC AND PRAYER
ir A CONGENIAL AND FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE
Reserve Your Seats in the "Synagogue Beautiful"
Members and Non Members are treated with equal courtesy.
All Seats on Ground Floor No Balconies 'o Climb.
THE OFFICE OF THE SYNAGOGUE IS OPEN DAILY
TELEPHONE 534-0271 534-1004
Visit our SABBATH MORNING SERVICES or our DAIL/
MINYAN and convince yourself that your place is among
the finest of the Community.
. ASK fOR OUR MEMBERSHIP BROCHURE .
First time in history a new SEFER TORAH dedication to be
held on KOL NIDRE EVE. All with reserved seats will have
the great privilege to inscribe a name in the new TORAH
without charge. All inscriptions to be made prior to the
holidays.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
SOL LANDAU Rabbi WILLIAM W. LIPSON. Cantor
EDWARD L. KAY.' Exec. Dir. ALBERT J. BEER. President SAUL RABIN. EduC. Dtr.
in its 55th Year as Miami s Pioneer Conservative Congregation
INVITES NEW MEMBERS TO JOIN ITS FAMILY
AND AVAIL THEMSELVES OF ITS RELIGIOUS, CULTURAL,
EDUCATIONAL, SOCIAL AND RECREATIONAL PROGRAMS AND FACILITIES.
For information regarding Membership and High Holy Day tickets, please visit our Administration office
at SW 3rd Ave. and 27th Road or call 377-4795.
REGISTRATION IS IN PROGRESS
for NURSERY, KINDERGARTEN
and RELIGIOUS SCHOOL.
Non-Members are welcome.
Please call 371-1882 for information.
BETH DAVID South Dade at 7500 SW 120
Street with facilities tor Nursery, Kinder-
garten and Religious School as well as USV,
Youth Activities and Adult Education, Social
Cultural Activities.
Dedication on Sunday, Aug. 28, 1966 at
1:00 o'clock all are welcome.
SEUCH0T SERVICES at Midnight, September 10, 1966 at Bayfront Park Bandshell


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Friday. August 26. 1966
Dour
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Dolly (Mrs. John G.) Shelton is a pretty, red-headed
ball of dynamite. She was born in New York City. A quiet,
self-sufficient child, she had a library card of her own
when she was four years old. Papa and Mama were in
business And then they moved to Golden Beach. Her
parents. Herman and Ray Kessler,
had a chicken farm there. When
Dolly was nine and a half, her
brother was born. Dolly went to
Georgia State College for Women,
where her major was chemical
engineering. Then came the war.
Dolly, wanting to do her bit for
her country, stayed with an aunt
in New York and became a welder
in a factory.
Since she was small, she be-
came the first woman welder ever
to go into the hold of a ship. Then,
she decided to join up. Using de-
cidedly unofficial papers, she
joined the Navy in Biloxi, Miss.
She was sworn in on Mar. 9, got
in on Apr. 20. and was booted out on Aug. 2 when they
discovered her real age. After that, she went to New York
University, where she switched to accounting. It was there
she met and married Roy E. Reiner.
The couple had a son, David Curtis. At the age of
seven months. David was operated on for cancer. "It is
because of all of the wonderful women throughout the
United States who volunteer their time and services to raise
money to fight this dread disease that my son is living
and well today." says Dolly. This has influenced her whole
life.
After Dolly was divorced, they moved to Miami. She
was one of the original Deed Club members. She became
actively interested in the National Children's Cardiac Hos-
pital, was president of the Miami Beach Chapter for three
years, and also the first woman to be elected to the board
of governors. As a fund raiser, she is tops. After Dolly
approached Mr. Charles, of Revlon, for money for the
hospital, he said to her, "We want you on our side when
you are ready for a job."
When she was ready, she became executive-in-training
for one year and then went with the Revlon International
Division of the Military for two years. It was while she
was in Norfolk working for Revlon that she met John G.
Shelton. In the fall, they will celebrate their first year of
marriage with a trip to Europe. They are looking forward
to going together to the places where they have been alone.
The Sheltons are Saturday night dancers and enjoy
going out on their boat, the "Sea $." They go to Cape
Florida for swimming with the porpoises, but they let
David do the skiing for the family. Dolly likes to knit,
watch television and spend time with David, but not helping
with his homework.
Presently. Dolly is in the midst of organizing the Lams
Club in connection with raising funds for the building
program of the University of Miami Medical School. One
of her most prized possessions is her two charm bracelets,
the charms being mementos of the monies she has raised
for her favorite organization She is also an amateur art
collector and has brought back many art objects from her
travels.
Dolly can forget the cares of the world and be just
as entertaining as the Helen Morgan she imitates, sitting
on the piano singing "Just My Bill." and swinging a blue
handkerchief. Life has been good to Dolly, and Dolly has
returned that good life, helping so that others may live
as her son has lived.
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Bloom Krachmer
Mr. and Mrs Herschel Mauley
Bloom will live in Cambridge.
Mass.. after their honeymoon In
Nassau.
The former Miss Rita Doris,
Krachmer and Mr. Bloom were
married in 4:30 o'clock rites be-
fore Rabbi Irving Lehrman at
Temple Emanu-EI on Sunday. Aug.
21
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krachmer, 7410
Coquina Dr. Miami Beach. The
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs
Nat Bloom, of Clarksdale. Miss.
Maid of honor at the ceremony
was Sally Krachmer. Mrs. Jay
Krachmer acted as matron of hon-
or. Bridesmaids included the
Misuses Madalyn and Andrea
Bloom.
The groom's father acted as best
man for his son. Ushers included
Dr. Jay Krachmer. Kenneth Prit-
chard, Crawford McGiveran. and
Alan Cooper.
For the occasion, the bride chose
a silk peau de soie reembroidered
lace gown featuring a shoulder-
baring neckline and elbow-length
sleeves. The bell skirt fell in an
aisle-wide train featuring hand-
V
MRS. HERSCHEl B100M
MRS. CHAUtS KATZ
The bride's bouquet consi
white roses and orchids in a field
of mums.
The bride is a magna cum laude
graduate of Newcomb College and
now a graduate student at
Brandeis University. Her honors
include Phi Beta Kappa. Sigma Xi.
Mortar Board, Assets, and she was
a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
Sorority.
The groom is a magna cum laude
alumnus of Vanderbilt University
and now a student at Harvard Law
School. He belongs to Phi Beta
Kappa, and was president of
Omicron Delta Kappa, president of
Inter-Fraternity Council, and a
member of Zeta Beta Tau.
Reception followed the cere-
mony at the Deauville Hotel The
couple honeymooned in Nassau.
*
Kofi Nash
Miss Nancy Susan Nash become
the bride of Charles Richard Katz
in 8 p.m. ceremonies on Saturday.
Aug. 20. at the Algiers Hotel.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Martin P. Nash.
4414 Toledo St.. Coral Gables. The
groom is the son of Mr and Mrs.
Louis Katz. of Orlando. Fla.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop officiated
at the wedding rites, which were
followed by a reception at the
Algiers.
For her wedding, the bride chose
a gown featuring the emphire line,
alencon lace bodice, and silk peau
de soie modified A-skirt. The full
silk peau de soie coat train fea-
tured point-on-hand sleeves, and
the skirt and coat both had alencon
lace appliques. The coat was pm-
broidered with seed pearls and
crystal beads.
The headpiece was of peau de
soie embroidered with seed pearls
in petals, creating a full flower-
effect, and silk illusion veil. The
bridal bouquet was a cascade of
roses and orchids. The bride wore
a strand of pearls which was a
gift from the bridegroom.
Maid of honor was Miss Phyllis
Nash. Miss Judy Koenig was
bridesmaid. Junior bridesmaids in-
cluded the Misses Pamela I*ider
and Sheryl Leider.
Best man for the groom wfiS
Michael Katz. and ushers were
the University of Georgia and count executive,
graduated from the University of After a honeymoon spent in
Florida She was a member of Mont ego Bay and Ocho Km-
Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority. She is Jamaica, the couple will I
a physical therapist.
The groom is also
a U of F
home at 1121 Eastin Ave Apt
Orlando.
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MISS R0BCRTA RtVITZ
Roberta Revitz
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Revitz, )f
12020 SW 63rd Ave. Miami, j
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Roberta Sue. to :i
Adrian Ilershoff. son of Mr ani
Mrs. Manuel Hershoff, of Phila-
delphia, Pa.
Miss Revitz attended school ;n
Versoix, Switzerland, and is pre
entry attending the University f
Miami, where she is a member v.
Alpha Epsilon Pi Sorority.
Mr. Hirschoff is a gradu.it.' >:'
Villanova University in Villanova,
Ind., and is now attendina trw
University of Miami Law School In
Coral Gables, where he i< a mem
her of Phi Delta Phi Law Fri
ternity
A December wedding is
planned by the couple
A
Barbara Adler, Norman Block Troth
Mr and Mrs Louis Adler. of
180 NE 135th St No Miami, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Barbara
The groom to-be is N
Block, of Miami He is the
Mr and Mrs John Block >l
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CDCONUT Grove Playhouse is
a favorite place all year
. id for our localite; Thi- past
ida} evening found the
in Samuels chatting with
ds before curtain time. Mrs.
Samuels wore a knubby woven
piece suit in ice blue. Her
\,.-t jacket covered a chiffon
bi iuse with long sleeve- and a
t>)w at the neckline Judge and
v Milton Friedman w sre also
am ng Um group. Her charcoal-
. red suit was worn with a
burnt orange print blouse. The
>range was used for the hand-
tched trim on her chanel styled
jacket
Mrs. Martin Feldman looked
pretty in a striking red dress
with a high jeweled neckline.
Mrs Marvin Rauzin's canary yel-
low silk woven suit was softly-
tailored with a lapeleJ jacket.
Black and white in a ft>ral print
a i- Mrs. Aaron Parr's choice for
the performance.
t
FASHION notes from New York
include several items >f in-
terest to be anticipated this fall.
Olga, th only designer oi un-
derfashions to be elected to mem-
bership in the Council of Fashion
Designers of America, promises
i few new innovations. Her phil-
osophy is that "modern fashion's
greatest drive is to fofTow the
biological law of parsimony: the
constant utilization of less to
achieve the same, or a better, re-
sult." This belief has motivated
Olga since her career began. She
has always realized its link to
the feminine urge for an ever-
freer figure with ever more con
trol.
For example. Olga's famous,
patented, divided Panti slip is
shortened to three different
lengths for fall and comes in
misty pastels and classic nude,
white and black. For total
smoothness under cling or knit-
ted fabrics, there is the Panti-
slip in static-free Antron with
tailored darts and zipper which
she calls "Taffeta Touch." To
best exemplify the theory of
more with less, she has intro-
duced a lingerie series which
combines the flattering support
of a bra with both a slip and
sleepgown.
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AMERICAN designers have used
*^ five basic silhouettes as the
"artist's tools" with which each
designer has expressed his high-
ly individual point of view. They
are the Shift (newly front-fitted),
the Smock (newly-narrowed), the
Tent, the Tube, and the Toga.
There is new bulk in long full
sleeves and a new "special" ac-
cent in the introduction of V and
daringly low necklines.
Most designers accept, for this
year at least, the eased, un
marked waistline, the gently-
widened shoulder, the mobile
hemline, tho full coat and the
longer jacket. They show a gen-
eral preference for flat fabrics,
firm in wool or blends, and ut-
terly soft and flowing in silk
crepe, chiffon and sheer wool
crepe. The last, particularly in
black, is the medium of marvel-
ous evening fashions.
'Popcorn Party1
At Beth Sholom
For Nursery Tots
A "popcorn party" for Nursery
School students of Temple Beth
Sholom will start off the season
on Tuesday, Sept. 6, 10:30 a.m.,
at the school, 4144 Chase Ave.
The children have invited their
parents and teachers, headed by
Mrs. Diana Simon, including Mes-
dames Barbara Jonah. Shula Ben
David and Anita Koppele, who will
welcome all the three and four-
year olds, together with their par-
ents.
Regular classes will begin on
Wednesday, Sept. 7. when Beth
Sholom buses will pick up the
children before 9 a.m. for the be-
ginning of the tenth year of Beth
Sholom Nursery School.
Rabbi Leon Kronish is spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom
Sherry's Features
Finest in Shoes
Sherry's on Miracle Mile in
Coral Gables is the back-to-school-
headquarters for girls who are
fashion-conscious from their toes
on up.
Whether it's the classic loafer
or the high fashion boot, Sherry's
has them in their new "Super-
Tique" Room. They have the knee
high skinny-boot to wear with the
brass-buttoned skinny-coat boots
of all heights, from the ankle-high
dungaree boot, to the knee-high
long stem boot, with heels of all
widths and heights.
Sherry's Capezio Collection also
includes a large number of styles
which are patterned after their
classic ballet pump. Buckles, bows,
and T-straps are predominant in
their collection. The fur shoe is
also to be seen at Sherry's. One
of their most popular styles in the
fur shoe is the Mary Jane, with
the rounded toe, open vamp, and
fclack patent back and heel, and
a strap across the ankle. Their
* Super-Tique" features coordinat-
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important total look. E.Z.
AIRILY THERE cut steel bronzed beads handset one by
one on the squared naked vinyl toe and slender straps of a
dancing shoe, its set back heel covered in lustrous bronze
kid. The shoe by Julianelli (S45.00) so lightly right for the-
billowy chiffon dress that is part of the evening collection,
by Elizabeth Arden.
MISS EDITH BECK
Edith Beck Eyes
Dec. 25 Wedding
Mr and Mrs. Murray M. Beck,
of Surfside, announce the engage
ment of their daughter. Edith
"Cookie," to Jacob M. Buchman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Buch-
man. of Tampa.
The bride-elect received her
Bachelor of Education degree,
magna cum laudc. from the Uni-
versity of Miami She is a member
of Phi Kappa Phi and Kappa Delta
Pi national honor societies, and
presently teaches at North Carol
City Elementary School.
Mr Buchman is completing his
education at the University ot Mi-
ami, majoring in finance and ac-
counting.
A Dec. 25 wedding is planned
at the Diplomat Country Club.
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Friday. August 2G, 1966
Temple Judea Moves to New Gables Sanctuary
Initial worship services at Tem-
Judea's new S750.000 syna-
igue at 5500 Granada Blvd..
al Gables, will be held at 5
1 m.. Frida>. according to Joseph
let/. president of Temple
J idea.
Current officers and past pres-
ents of Temple Judea will bear
e four Torahs from the congre-
- ition's former location at 320
Krefefi
Rabbi Kipper
Study Weekend
For Beth Am
Dr. Herbert If, Baumgard and
- i le 20 teachers of the Beth Am
i aligious School in South Miami
. dl travel to the Keys this week
id for an intensive weekend of
vudy.
hi order to prepare more ef
iently for the Religious School
-inn beginning Sept. K). the
achers will meet to discuss the
irriculum of the school and its
intent
Workshops will be held on a de-
trimental basis. Kindergarten
rough fourth made constitutes
i- primary department, fifth
rough seventh constitutes the in-
mediate department, and eight
rough tenth grades constitute
e i infirmation department.
The Religious School of Beth
Am has over 1,000 students meet-
rg on the weekend. Mrs. Harry
Ross has been principal of the
school since its inception in 1955.
F.eih Am also has a midweek
1 !);iu School which meets on
.\. Miday and Wednesday afternoons.
1 le curriculum of the school gen-
tally follows that of the I'nion
American H e b r e w Congrcga-
ti >ns, the national body of Reform
Judaism, of which the congregation
i- affiliated.
The teachers will stay in the
Keys at the Plantation Yacht Har
t >r Motel.
Alan Heilpern has just been
elected president of the
Town House Owners' Asso-
iatic. of Broad Causeway.
President of Center Pharm-
acy of Miami Shores, he was
ast month elected president
of the Southeast Florida Re-
gion of the American College
of Apothecaries and Pharm-
c.cists.
Palermo to the handsome new
sanctuary in a procession of auto
mobiles.
The caravan will arrive at the
new Temple Judea, and the
Torah-bearers will proceed into
the sanctuary, through an honor
guard of directors and trustees
of the synagogue.
Rabbi Morris Kipper, spiritual
leader, will receive the Torahs,
one by one. and place them in the
re" Holy Aik of the congrega-
tion.
Following a special prayer of
dedication for the Ark, regular
Fridaj evening services, ushering
,ii the Sabbath, will be held.
A special Kiddush will be hosted
bj Mi mid Mis. Meyer Baskin im-
mediately following the services
in the Temple's social hall. Baskin
is a past president of Temple
Judea
Kr fet7 and Rabhi Kipper said
children and all members of the
Temple Judea family will partici-
pate in the early Friday services
and that prospective new members
and guests are invited.
Temple Judea. a member of the
I'nion of American Hebrew Con
gregations, was begun in 1947 and
has grown from 27 lo more than
.'{oo families
A coffee at the new Temple at
10 a.m., Sunday, will continue the
synagogue's campaign to increase
its membership to 400 families.
Richard Horwich, Coral Gables
and Miami attorney, has been
named membership chairman lor
Temple Judea.
Official dedication ceremonies
lor the building, which is more
than 95 per cent complete, will
be held on Sunday morning. Sept.
11. 11 a.m.. Krefetz said.
Algiers Mapping
Labor Day Plans
Miami Beach's Hotel Aimer- is
planning a gala Labor Da} Week
end.
This yearly festival has grown
in stature with each succeeding
Labor Day. and General Manager
Chuck Schlakman promises "the
biggest celebration to date will
occur this year."
"Enticing I.abor Day rates will
enable entire families to enjoy
the magnificent facilities of one
ot Miami Beach's most luxurious
resort hotels," Schlakman declar-
ed, adding that "350 feet of gleam-
ing beach, an Olympic-size pool,
cabana club. Gourmet Award-win-
ning dining rooms, intimate cock-
tail lounges, and plush night club
rooms are features that have long
been associated with Hotel Al-
giers."
Under the direction of co-own-
ers. I.ou Kenin and Dave Levinson.
and the personal supervision of
Schlakman. individually personal-
ized sen-ice is a trademark of Ho-
tel Algiers on the Atlantic.
Close by are facilities for golf,
tennis, fishing, and water-skiing.
Mid-season entertainment will be
a part of this year's Labor Day-
offering Appearing on Saturday,
Sept. 3. in the Rubaiyat Room will
be Alan Drake, one of America's
top comedians. On Sunday. Sept.
4. Kay Carole will be featured in
the Aladdin Room. And on Mon-
day Sept. 5. Sena and Gyle will
be headlining the show in the
Aladdin Room. These stars will be
supported by Gil Marr. master of
ceremonies, the internationally
famous dance team of Lina and
Gus de Castro, and the rhythms
of Arne Barnett and his orchestra.
Parking on the premises, night
maid service, solaria for men and
women, a block-long shopping ar-
cade, and supervised programs for
tots, teens, and tueens "all add
up to making the Hotel Algiers
your finest host for this year's
I.abor Day Weekend." Schlakman
said. ST.
Impressive entrance to Temple Judea's new held at 5 p.m.. Friday, following transfer o:
home, at 5500 Granada Blvd.. sets the tone the four Torahs from the old Temple Judea
for the S750.000 synagogue designed by archi- to the new location across Dixie Hwy. from
tect Morris Lapidus. Initial worship services the University of Miami. Rabbi Morris Kippei
at the Coral Gables congregation will be will officiate at the special early services.
UM Alumni Form
Scholarship For
Jeffrey Tendrich
A University of Miami alumnus
and his wife have established a
perpetuating scholarship loan fund
for students of the university's
School of Engineering as a living
memorial to their late nephew
The Jeffrey Hill Tendrich Mem
orial Scholarship Fund was cstab
lished by Mr and Mrs. Edward A
Robin, of Satellite Beach. Robin.
a 1957 electrical engineering grad-
uate ol I'M. is manager of launch
site programming for IBM at tape
Kennedy
Jeffrey Hill Tendrich, who
died at the age of seven, was the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Moie J. L.
Tendrich, of So. Miami, and was
a first grader at South Miami
Elementary School.
He had developed a keen inter-
est in space, and Robin pointed
out in establishing the fund that
"this interest and awareness of the
space program had been a source
of great pleasure to his family and
all who knew him "
The boy's father is also a I'M
graduate, having received his law-
degree in 1949. He is a partner in
the Miami law firm of Speiler and
Tendrich. and is past master of
Hibiscus Lodge of Miami Beach.
The fund, which will be avail-
able to entering engineering fresh
men and students in the School of
Engineering, was established in
the amount of $1,389.67. with IBM
joining Robin in the initial fund-
ing on a matching basis. The Hi-
biscus Lodge also contributed S70
to the fund.
Rabbi Baumgard
Back in Pulpit
ttatrol T)r. Herbert "ti. Baum
gard. spiritual lender of Temple
Beth Am. South Miami, will return
to the pulpit on Friday at the 8:30
p.m. service
The mid-week Hebrew School of
the congregation opens on Wednes-
day. Sept. 7 The first session of
Saturday School will be on Sept.
11.
New youth groups for children
of the eighth and ninth grades will
meet on Monday evenings, starting
Sept. 12, while the NFTY group.
an affiliate of the National Fed-
eration of Temple Youth, with a
program for children of the tenth,
eleventh and twelfth grades, will
meet on that night also.
Gary Canner. director of the
Beth Am summer program, has
been designated as the director
for the eighth and ninth grade
groups, while Jerry Robinson will
continue as director of NFTY.
Modern architecture blends naturally with the subtropical
landscaping at Temple Judea's new school and synagogue
in Coral Gables.
Cantor Nussen At
Israelite Center
Cantor William 1! Nussen ha-
been named permanent cantor of
the Israelite Center.
He will join the (enter for tra
ditional Selichot penitential sen
ices on Saturday. Sept. 10. at
midnight.
Cantor Nussen was horn in
Hungary and educated in the
schools of the Satmar Hassidim
At the start of World War II, he
left Budapest and took up res
idence in Stockholm, where he
resumed his cantorial career in the
synagogues of Stockholm and Hel
sinki.
He and his wife, Madeleine
concert pianist whom he mar-
ried in Paris, moved to New
York in 1951, where they lived
until 1959.
In 1959. they moved to West
Palm Beach, where Cantor N'us
sen assumed the position of can
tor at Temple Israel.
Mrs Nussen today acts as his
choir director Until the couple
form a permanent Youth Choir,
he will be assisted by his sons
Sheldon 14. who has nppearec
with his father on the stage of the
Opera Lyrica. and Kenneth 11.
both of whom are qualified to ren
der the musical portions of the
liturgy
The couple also have a daughter.
Joy 4. Cantor Nussen is a member
of the Cantors Assembly of Amer
ica.
CANTOR WIIUAM NUSSFN
Advertising
Month Marked
Advertising Recognition Month,
a community-wide effort to enipha
size the benefits derived from ad-
vertising, is to be held through
Sept. 17
The annual event, launched Aug.
22. is a major project of the Ad
vertising Club of Greater Miami.
This years theme, "When You
Think About it. Advertising Ebs
Done a Lot for You." will be fea
tured in newspapers, radio, tele-
vision and billboards.
L. John Wachtel. chairman of
the event, said "the month long
celebration is to convey to the
public some of the manifold bene-
fits that result from advertising"
Harmony Chapter function
Harmony Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, continuing its summer ac-
tivities, will present a Night Club
affair at the Casablanca Hotel on
Saturday at 8:45 p.m.
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Friday, August 26. 1966
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Richard Carmel
Jay Cohen
Jeffrey Fox
Richard Shindler
Irwin laskoe
J^ar Richard Shindler
Amidath Israel Hebrew Institute
will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah
if Richard Shindler on Saturday,
\u, -7. Richard is the son of Mi
and Mrs. Bernard Shindler, B3S-
80th St.
Reception in the Bar Mitzvah's
lonor ill be given by his parents
immediately follow ins: the service.
Richard is an eight grade student
,i Nautilus Junior High and attends
Religious School at Agudath Israel.
I,- hobbies include art. and In
>lav- drum in the school orchestra
Guests will include his brothers,
leffrey and Paul; his great-aunt,
Mrs Shirley Goldman; and his
aunts and uncles. Mr. and .Mrs.
Martin Epstein. Mr. and Mrs.
loseph Tannenbaum, and Mr. and
Mrs Robert Goldman and their
families.
Jeffrey Fox
Jeffrey Fox will be Bar Mitzvah
.it the Hebrew Academy on Satur-
day, Aug. 21. He is the son of Dr.
and Mrs. M. S. Fox. 1800 S\V 85th
t Reception in his honor will be
held Saturday evening at the Fon-
aincbleau.
Out-of-town guests will include
Maxwell Fox. I^azer Minkes. Mark
Minkes, Mr. and Mrs. William Teg-
nan, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Schricr.
and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Londe, all
Irom St. Louis,
Also Mr and Mrs. Jerome G.
FOX and Dr. and Mrs Robert
Haskell, of Los Vngeles; and Mr.
and Mrs Murray Kaufman and Mrs
: 1 s. nun.:. New York,
leffiej 's three brothers and sis
ii also attend the Hebrew Acad
emy. They are Susan, Jonathan,
Gregory and Kevin Candace, the
lewcst addition to the family, is
egistered to start at the Academj
n 1971.
Jay Cohen
Jaj - ohen, 9110 SW 4b"th Ter. will
lecome liar Mitzvah on Saturday,
lug 21. at Temple Zion.
Jaj is an eighth grade student at
lades Junior High, and is active
ii mans groups.
Mr. and Mrs Louis Cohen will
lost the kiddush following the sen
eej
The celebrant will be honored at
> reception and dinner Saturday
evening at the Biscavne Terrace
Hotel.

Robert Plavnick
On Saturday, Aug. 27. at Temple
Tifereth Jacob, Robert Plavnick
will become Bar Mitzvah.
He is the son of Mrs. Betty Maya.
8226 Crespi Blvd.. Miami Beach,
and Mr. Irwin Plavnick. 4(iti0 W
8th Ct., llialeah
Robert is an eighth grade student
at Palm Springs Junior High, where
he plays drums in the band. He has
been a member of the Sea Horses
swimming team at Municipal Swim-
ming Pool in llialeah.
Richard Carmel
Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
lack Carmel. 22S3 Keystone Blvd.,
No. Miami, will be Bar Mitzvah at
Beth Torah Congregation on Sat-
urday morning. Aug. 27.
Richard is an eighth grade stu-
dent at North Miami Junior High,
and will continue his Hebrew
studies at Beth Torah Religious
School. He is interested in water
spoils, and won a trick water-ski-
ing contest in Georgia this summer.
A-Go-Go party for his friends
will he held at his home Saturday
evening, featuring the "Pall-
bearers.'"
His grandmother. Mrs. Essie
Lever, of North Bergen. N. .!.. will
attend. Another grandmother. Mrs.
Rachel Carmel. live- in Israel.
Paul Diamond
Saturday morning services, Aug.
27. will include the Bar Mitzvah of
Paul Diamond at Beth Torah Con-
gregation.
Paul is the son of Dr. and Mrs
Henry Diamond. 2055 NE 198th
Ter. No. Miami Beach He will en-
ter eighth grade at John F Ken
Jied) Junior High School Paul is
musically inclined, and plays the
viola, piano and i
A party in his honor will be
held at the Deauviilc Hotel on Sat-
urday evening, Grandparents at
tending will be Mr. and Mrs.
Chaini Goron, Of Newark N..I and
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Diamond, of
Miami Beach.
Larry Weiss
Larry, son of Dr. and Mr- Hern
aid Weiss, of 8740 SW 81st St
will observe his Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning, Aug. 27. at
Temple Zion.
Larry attends eighth grade at
tilades Junior High, and plays
saxophone in the school band. He
excels in water skiing and holds a
certificate in junior life saving.
He is second Class scout at Troop
4 at Temple Zion.
Dr. and Mrs. Weiss will host
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ing the service, and a reception in
honor of the celebrant will take
place at home with many out-of-
town guests attending
Irvin Laskoe
Irvin Edwards Laskoe, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thompson.
1310 Douglas Rd Miami, will he-
come Bar Mitzvah at the Mincha
service on Saturday, Aug. 27. at
Beth David Congregation.
lrv ins special interest lie in the
sciences and music, lie also main-
tains a tropical aquarium at home.
Irvin is an eighth student at Ponce
de Leon High.
Mrs. Ida Bogen. grandparent of
the Bar Mitzvah, will attend the
sen ice
Richard Potash
Beth Torah Congregation will be
the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Rich-
ard Potash on Saturday morning,
Aug. 27.
The Bar Mitzvah is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potash, of
1890 NE 197th Ter.. No. Miami
Beach.
Richard is an eighth grade stu-
dent at John F. Kennedy Junior
High, and will enter fifth grade
graduating class at Beth Torah
Religious School. He is an Honor
Roll student.
Mr. and Mrs. Potash will host
a reception and dinner on Satur-
day evening at the Eden Roc.
Among out-of-town guests will
be Mr. and Mr- Joseph Potash,
il New York, his paternal grand
parents, and Mrs Rose Weiss, of
Miami, maternal grandmother.
AJCong. Women
Mapping Plans
Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, president
of the Florida Women's Division
of the American Jewish Congress,
will preside at a luncheon meeting
On Thursday, Sept. 1. It) a.m., at
Tobys Cafeteria, 2695 SW 8th St.
Division officers and represent-
atives of all local chapters will
meet to finalize plans for the year
Mrs Harold Druker will pre-
sent details concerning the instal-
lation luncheon to be held on
Tuesday. Sept. 20. 12:30 p.m.. at
the Sea Isle Hotel, at which time
Rev. John Papandrew will be
guest speaker.
Beth Moshe Lists
Board Program
Board orientation program of
Beth Mo-he Sisterhood will be held
in Popiel Social Hall on Monday
7:30 p in.
Mrs Burton B. Streit, president,
conducted a board meeting ol Sis-
terhood last week to map the pro
gram.
Slated at the Aug. 29 orientation
are Mrs. Lawrence Wulkan. vice
president of the Florida Branch
of the National Women's League:
and Mrs. William Dickson, past
president of the Florida Branch
and current leadership training
discussion leader.
They will offer a presentation
on administrative techniques.
PLAYER ROLLS
LATEST HITS
40 Teen Agers
Attend Institute
Forty North Dade teen-agers,
members ol the three Beth Torah
Congregation chapters of L'sv. and
the A'TID college group, official
youth movements of Conservative
congregations in the United States
are attending the annual Leader
ship Training Institute at Camp
Blue Star. Hendersonv ille. N.C.,
through Friday.
More than 300 representatives
from five Southern state- are par-
ticipating in the camping program,
vi hose theme is 'Jewish Ethical
Living. with Rabbi Allen Rut-
chick, director of the Southeast
Region of United Synagogue, as
director, and Marshall Baltuch,
Beth Torah youth director, serv-
ing on the executive staff.
Presidents of the Beth Torah
chapters attending include Rob-
ert Feinstein, senior USY, and
Michael Leb, intermediate USY.
USY provides a program of re-
ligious, educational, cultural and
social and athletic activities for
boys and girls between the age- of
13 and 18. and will hold its Installa-
tion banquet Sept. 3.
Members attending LIT are Rob-
ert Feinstein. Michael Cohen. Jane
Rothstein, Pain Goodman, Madeline
Shvvake. Debbie Simon. Toby (a
veil, Mike Patipa. Ellen Schorr.
David Winton, Judy Neufeld. Patti
Karp. Fran Misonznick. Ellen Reiff,
Audi Kaufman. Cary Raymond.
Debi Geringer. Barbara Saxon.
Greg Schenker. Vicki Goodman,
Mona Reis, Janic Hirschherg, Janet
Baum. Randy Sarles. Jay Siegel.
Susan Cavell. Susan Abrams, Judy
Rothstein. Ricky I.undy. Michael
Leb. Jackie Kirschenbaum. Ira
Kirschenbaum. Richard Kaufman.
1 eslie Falke. Michael Lipsitt.
Frank Goldfarb. Kim Foster. Deb-
bie Golden, Steve Pomeranz. and
Tern Abrams.
New United National Officers
Frank Smathers Jr.. chairman
and president of the United Na-
tional Bank, has announced that
the directors of the bank elected
three new officers, H. Steward
Conklin, comptroller: Edward C.
Duncan Jr., assistant vice pres-
ident: and Fred de la Mata. as-
sistant cashier.
AIRS. CHARLES GfRTlfK
Mrs. Gertler At
Deborah Helm
In Second Term
Mrs. Charles Gertler has bt
dialled tor a second term as
dent of the Deborah Group
Hadassah.
Wile of Judge Charles Gertl-
she headed the Deborah Group
president four years ago.
Mrs. Gertler is founder pr,
ident of the Shore Unit of t
Cancer Institute, and was cited
Outstanding Leader of the Y
for 1965."
She is a charter member of t
Women's Cancer League of Miai
Reach and a former president
the Hebrew Academy PTA.
For the past few years, in ad'
tion to her other activities. M.
Gertler still finds time to do su
stitute teaching in the Dade Cot
ty public school system
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Friday. August 26. 1966
TO VIEW EXTREME RIGHT AND LEfT
Florida ADL Sets
Cocoa Workshop
.1 B'rith
Id this wet Inn in Cocoa
red by i he S at '.- n of 13'nai B'rith 1 i
(hi i] tsh us a enl on on the growth
ht i
B'nai B'rith mi i langers of extremism.
Othei Topics will inciudt discussion of the ADL's latest
cut:.cation. 'Christian Beliefs and Anti-Semitism" and ways
e? ;.-np!ementing better understanding among ail religions.
The workshop will be co-chaired by state and district ADI.
Sanford M. Swerdlin, and state ADL chairman. Mrs
Max Ken. Among those present will he Judge William L. Pallot.
Chairman of the Florida Regional Board of the Anti-Defamation
League: Eugene L Eiscn. president of the State Association of
B'nai B'rith Lodges; Mrs Henry Blum, president of the State
Association of B'nai B'rith Chapters: Justin Finger, national ADI.
director of fact-finding: Theodore Frecdman, Southern ADL
director; and Sherman Harris. Southern ADL civil rights director.

Dr. Sidney B. Hoenig, profes-
sor of Jewish history at Yesh-
iva University in New York,
end a scholar widely-known
jor his work in authenticating
the famous Dead Sea Scrolls,
hes been appointed bv the
Zim Lines to serve as cul-
tural director and spiritual
.'ecder for passengers aboard
the SS Shalom during her 48-
ccy cruise to the Mediter-
ranean and Israel sailing
!::ni New York next Aug. 30.
':-. announcing Dr. Hoenig's
appointment, Avner Manor,
executive vice president of
the American-Israeli Ship-
g Co., Inc., U.S. represent-
< lives of the Zim Lines, ob-
served the*, 'high level cul-
1...'." programs have become
en important part of passen-
:es aboard the
Shalom. '
Pioneer Women
To Open Season
Women. Golda Meir
i hold its first meeting
<: the new reason on Tuesdaj
oooi pt ri. at the Biscayne
eria, 1917 Biscayne Blvd..
Abraham Seltzer, president,
ur.ced this week.
Mrs Seitzer will extend greet-
Ingi (, members as well as to Mrs.
Mary Daniel*, who has just re-
turned from a lengthy stay in Is-
rael with family there.
Musical program will feature
Mrs Celia Beckerman. a member
rf the Golda Meir Club.
Manitoba Elects
Jewish Leaders
WINNIPEG (JTAl Four
Jews were elected to the provincial
legislature of Manitoba, according
to the final tabulations in pro-
vince-wide elections. They are Saul
Cherniack. Saul Miller. Sydney
Green and Sydney Spivack.
All but Mr. Spivack are mem-
bers of the New Democratic Party.
Mr. Spivack. a member of the rul-
Ing Progressive Conservative
Party, succeeds Maitland Stein-
kopf. also a Jew. who announced
he was retiring from political life
and from the Manitoba Cabinet.
The previous Legislature had
three Jews. One of them was Mr.
Cherniack. The two others were
Steinkopf and the late Morris
Gray, who died in office.
Prior to the elections, the Cana-
dian Jewish Congress issued a
statement dissociating itself from
proposals that had been made ad-
vocating the formation of a poli
tical. civil action body comprised
of ethnic grouos.
The CJC reiterated its tradi-
tional attitude regarding elections
in this country
ATTENTION!
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Cantor Caslow
At Ner Tamid
Plans for the High Holidays are
in full swing at Temple Ner Tamid.
Murray A. Shaw, president of the
Temple, announced that Cantor
Paul Caslow has been engaged for
the overflow
i sen ices. Can-
aslow. who
ously con-
ducted .er\ ices
| in Chicago at
j Congregation
A i e r e t Zion.
Bnai Zion and
Ezras Israel, is
also well-known
in the Miami
area and will
chant the ma-
jor portion of the High Holiday
liturgy in this auxiliary service.
Shaw said that the Temple is
engaging a cantor for this extend-
ed service "because the Temple
board of trustees wants to have a
professional, even for the addi-
tional services which the Temple
offers.
"The overflow services became
necessary because of the new fam-
ilies moving into the northern part
of Miami Beach, and services will
be held in the air-conditioned
Sklar Auditorium."
Rabbi Murray Alstet will direct
these services and offer the re-
sponsive readings during the High
Holidays.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz and Can
tor Edward Klein will conduct the
main services in the main sanc-
tuary.
One cf Miami Beach's landmarks. Club 22,
at 2200 Park Ave.. Miami Beach, has been
purchased by the Zionist Organization of
America to be used as an Israel Cultural Cen-
ter at the suggestion of the Israel Govern-
ment. This is the first such cultural center to
be established in the United States. The
Greater Miami Districts of the Zionist Organ-
ization of America, which have made this
Israel Cultural Center their project, will main-
tain the Miami Beach ZOA-Israel House and
completely renovate the building to include
meeting rooms, kosher kitchens, permanent
exhibits of Israeli merchandise and a com-
plete current Israel: cr.c Zionist library, cs
well as office space fo: the Southeast Reaion
and the local districts. At the closing, where
the Greater Miami ZCA tcok title to the prop-
erty, is (seatedl David C-cccman, Miami Beach
Zionist leader and philanthropist, who in ad-
dition to being one of the founders of the ZOA
Israel House, extended financial assistance tc
make the acquisition possible. Standing (left
to right) are M. William Smith, Mortimer May.
Gil Rappaport, Miami Beach attorneys Morris
Friedman and Burnett Rctb, Sarah Goodman.
Ben Giller, chairman cf the committee, Her-
man Weintraub and WiiJiom Silverstein.
SHOPPING AROUND
WITH
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Fleischmann's Margarine
When cooking for Rosh Hashona.
what better way is there to gain
the admiration of your family than
by treating them to a special dairy
dish.
And when selecting the ingredi-
ents for this dish. Jewish house-
wives look to Fleischmann's Mar-
garine to assure that favorite re-
cipe treats are extra good. Fleisch-
mann's brings out the flavor of any-
dairy meal.
Delicately delicious Fleisch
mann's Margarine delivers coun-
try fresh golden goodness to your
table It's the margarine that
comes from sun-ripened corn fields
and made from 100 per cent pure
corn oil.
The versatility of Fleischmann's
Margarine makes it adaptable to
any dairy-eating occasion, and re-
member, it's certified Kosher.
* *
Seagram's V.O.
As Rosh Hashona rapidly ap-,
proaches, bomemakers everywhere,
are turning thoughts to the joyful
preparation known as "getting
ready for the holiday-.'' Many
hours of planning and working lie
ahead before all is ready for the'
hosts of friends and family who]
will be visiting,
There isn't a more satisfying'
way to wish a friend holiday cheer'
than with a raised glass containing!
Seagram's V.O. imported Canadian!
Whisky at its finest. Seagram's Y 0
is "known by the company it
keeps," and it certainly keeps the
company coming back for more.
Seagram's V.O. is continually win-
ning new friends with its unusual
clarity. It is considered tops by
experts the world over.
Serve Seagram's V.O. to your
guests during the New Year sea-
son, and during the rest of the
year, as well. You'll be serving the
finest.
*
Tetley Tea
Year after year. Tetley Tea has
been the traditional favorite in
Jewish homes. Those who regular-
ly enjoy the full, wonderful "tiny
tea leaf flavor" of Tetley are never
surprised to find that it heads the
list among families everywhere.
Those who have yet to saver the
special goodness of Tetley Tea,
have a fine treat in store for them.
With the approach of the New
Year Holidays, and all the enter-
taining that the new season brings,
why not add Tetley Tea to your
shopping list? Then you'll be sure
that you are strving your friends
and family the best
Tetley is available in tea bags,
instant, or in the new Tetley Big
Bags. Tea bags or instant, served
in a coup or a glass, you'll never
find a more enjoyable tea than
Tetley. No matter the hour,
* *
Mott's Juices
Rosh Hashona means careful
planning for the housewife in or-
der to gel as much variety in her
meals as possible With Mott's. you
need no longer worry about a se-
lection of dishes to prepare. Mutt's
foods are all prepared for immedi-
ate USI
Start -our dinner off with a
chilled glass t Mutt's Apple Juice
or Sunsweel Apricot Nectar and
still have a breakfast choice of Sun-
sweet Prune Juice or Apricot Apple
Prune Juice or Mott's A. M.. a
ol five fruit juices
in one drink.
Then include Mott's Apple
Sauce, long .. favorite in Jewish
tO-COasI Serve
I otato ( r matzoh meal latkes,
or as a side dish. Your dinner
guests will delight to its scrumptu-
ous flavor
As a d< ssi rt tn .it. you might try
Sunsweel < ooked Prunes, or Mott's
Fruit Treats They come in five
varieties :or your eating pleasure
an 1 are made of chunky apples
with your choice of strawberries.
raspberries, apricots, pineapple or
cherries. Serve plain, or as an ala
mode instead of ice cream for your
home baked pies and cakes. It's
delicious either way.
Remember, all of these Mott's
products carry the Kosher "K."
your guarantee that only the finest
ingredients go into Mott's pro-
ducts.
*
Planters Oil
One product you can reach for
with confidence is Planters Peanut
Oil, and with the Rosh Hashona
holiday at hand, smart Jewish
housewives will he reaching for it
again and again.
Housewives reach for Planters
Peanut Oil when they are making
salads because Planters is light
and tasty, and it mixes well with
all other ingredients. Good cooks
reach for Planters when baking,
whether they have a new cookie
recipe or Mama's favorite old re-
cipe for homemade bread, and na-
turally smart gals reach for Plant-
ers Peanut Oil for all their frying
Frying with Planters Oil gives vou
the crispiest fried foods you ever
tasted.
Planltr.' Chi is the premium
quality poly-unsaturate, and la-
boratory test! have shown Planters
is so light that it floats on other
oils.
Look in Planters, the 100 per
cent vi enable oil. in the new
handy grip bottle. Planters Oil is
certified K< sher and Parve for all
your ((eking needs.
? *
Switzerland Swiss
Often imitated but never dupli-
cated i- Switzerland Swiss Cheese.
There are many Swiss cheeses on
the market but if you know qual
ity. then you surely know that
nothing equals the true flavor and
taste land. A product of centuries of
craftsmanship and the most strict
quality controls, Switzerland Swiss
is 10< pti cent natural It contains
no ch n Is or food colors.
If you hi special company com-
in_ foi Rosh Hashona. your eve-
ning off to a fine star: I
you m I following Swiss Dip.
SWISS DIP
A l :.i : land s. iss cheese,
finel; t< to sour cream. Add
finely (.- pped olives unions and
piment Si It and pepper to tasti
dusl arika Serve with crack-
ers j a toast,
i. i that v..1' i it i
to S,......an] bo Ij '.an make
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Friday. August 26, 1966
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Noted Scholar, |
Moses Hades,
Peed at Age 66
ASI; \\ (olo. (JTA) Dr. |
Hoses Hadas, a scholar noted for]
his expertise in Greek and Latin
gs chairman of the department for
those languages at Columbia I'm
versity, died here this week. He]
was bU
Pro! Hadas had come to Aspen,
with his wife, Rachel, to attend a
conference on humanistic studies.
H,. u.i- stricken with a heart ail-
ment.
Born in Atlanta, Dr. Hadas
uas educated at Emory University
and at Columbia, and studied also
at the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America, where he was ordained
a rabbi in 1926. He had been on
the faculty at Columbia since 1925.
He was a prominent author on
he histories of Greek and Latin
Reratura and of other works in
the field of classical languages and
literature.
Final Rites
For Mrs. Fine
. for Mrs. Annette A
Wednesday at Gordon
Home. Mrs. Fine. 7:!. died
lii i .' mday, Any. 22,
Fine came to Dade County
ago from Chicago and
ied at 235 \'\v 7th Ave she was
lent of the Miami Chap-
in- ol the American Jewish Con
gr -
She was a past worthy matron
of Emunah Chapter of Eastern
Star, charter member of Beth
David, member of Hadassah, and
past president of Beth David
Sisterhood.
Mrs Fine was also active with
the Jewish Home for the Aged.
She is survived by her husband,
Joseph U and a sister. Mrs. Fanny
Quadow, both of Miami.
\Rabbi'$ Wife Mourns Loss
f Father in Toronto
Mrs. Jonah E. ('apian is in Tor-
onto, mourning the loss of her
father, Rev. Samuel Herman, who
passed away on Aug. 19 in Phila-
delphia at the age of 85.
He was a cantor since the age
kf 18. serving congregations in
|lontreal and Toronto until he
etired on his 70th birthday.
In addition to Mrs. Caplan. he is
lirvived by four other daughters.
]>iir sons. 18 grandchildren and 10
fiat -grandchildren. Rabbi Jonah
Ian conducted the funeral
mice.

JUM j
MRS. SARAH CZfCH
Mrs. Sarah Czech
Dead at Age 90
Miami Beach philanthropist Mrs
Sarah Sive Czech died Thursday.
Aug. 18. following a brief illness.
Mrs. Czech, 90, lived at 5225 Col-
lins Ave
She came to Dade County 40
years ago from Chicago and con-
tributed to many organizations. In
1955. the Jewish Home for the
Aged named its Gift Shop for her
Four years later, she was one of
the first women founders of the
Maternity Wing at Mount Sinai
Hospital.
in H'ii:f. the president of the
Miami Beach Junior Chamber of
Commerce cited Mrs. Czech with
its Presidential Award of Honor.
Her list of philanthropies
numbered more than 20 organ-
izations in the Miami area, in-
cluding Bonds for Israel, Jewish
Home for the Aged, Hebrew
Academy, Temple Zion, Temple
Israel and the Bikur Cholim
Convalescent Home.
Survivors include her son, Ben
Sive. of Elkhart, Ind.: two broth
ers, Abe Berman. of South Bend.
Ind., and Harry Berman, of St.
Paul. Minn.; two sisters. Mrs. Jos-
eph Clyman, of Hollywood, Calif.,
and Mrs. Ben Druck, of Minne
apolis; a nephew, one grandchild
and two great-grandchildren.
Services were Sunday. Aug. 21,
at Riverside Alton Rd. Chapel.
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tonick, iirw, li.iiha, S3, of ir.:i
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SILVERMAN. J|rn Bltoheth. 78, ol
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COOPERMAN, IauiIh, ;,:, ,,| |ggn XI:
l2nd Si. ., i v |ei Aug. I* .u Itlv-
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ROSENBERG. Mm Dora, ;,;, f ;:m
colllnn Ave. Services in x, u fork.
New in.111 l-'iin. nil Chain |,
FRIEDMAN, \li-.~ Shirley. .'.?. of 2082
Alton ltd. Service* in Kar Rocku-
'>. N V Itlvi rside Uton Rd.
hupel.
arkin. theater w.. (8. of 1210-98lh
St., Bay Harbor, Sew.....- Aug. 24,
Riverside N>rni*ii(l> l-i>- Chapel.
SHIEVCR. John, 58, of 1T"1 NK LCSth
St. Cervices Aug. -I .i' Rlversidi
North Miami Beach Chapel.
wise. Mr--. Karena Postan, of 100-
sioi si. Sit\ i.-.-s Auir. -,,: al lllver-
- ,i, x..mi.iiniy Isle Chapel.
FISCH. Dora, 63, "f 1867 Ba) Rd,
s. rv i- c In Hai K.-n-.f k, N i I lor-
ili,n Kuni 'il Home,
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Intimate Dupont Plaza Artcinema features prize-winning art
films shown daily at 2 and 8 p.m. Proceeds from club mem-
ibership go to Variety Children's Hospital. Samuel Kipnis.
awner of the Dupont Plaza Hotel, is originator and operator
-3f the Artcinema, where top American and European art films
[rotate on a weekly basis. "A Summer to Remember" is fea-
tured at the Artcinema the week of Aug. 22. Scheduled for
he week of Aug. 29 is "State Fair," in color, starring Dana
Andrews. Jeanne Crain, Dick Haymes, Vivian Blaine, Charles
Vinninger and Fay Bainter.
President Shazar,
Brazil Chief
Agree on Ties
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA)
Israel's 1 'resident Zalman Shazar
and Gen ll.imhcrto Castclo Bran-
co, President of Brazil, agreed to
continue the commercial, cultural
and technical-aid agreements al-
ready in effect between their
countries, expressing the confi-
dence that those pacts "will lead
to lasting, mutual benefits for
both lands.
These affirmations were among
the final results of President Sha-
zar s nine-day \isit here. The
points were emphasized in a joint
communique issued by the two
Presidents prior to Mr. Shazars
departure for ihe United Stales.
CARE First -
Food to Israel
By Special Report
CARE will mark the coming
New Year with a new kind of food
package for Israel.
Containing fresh frozen meats, it
represents an advance in CARE's
service that is the first of its type
undertaken by a private non-profit
agency, Executive Director Frank
!.. Goffio said.
The initial shipment arrived Aug.
l at Haifa on a freighter equipped
with a freezer planl and has been
stored in freezers set up at CARE
distribution points in Haifa. Jerus-
alem and Tel Aviv.
The packages are ready for de-
livers l" Israeli families in time
for the High Holidays. Other ship-
ments are on the way.
Contents are 2-1/4 lbs. of liver,
2-1/4 lbs. of tongue and 4-12
lbs. of sliced beef, a total of 9
lbs. Those are supplemented by
10-3'4 H>S. of non-froien prod-
ucts, including coffee, chocolate,
cocoa, soup mix, rice, pineapple
and dried fruits.
Donors may order this combina-
tion, priced at S16, for delivery to
designated friends and relatives,
or to a needy family. A smaller
version, consisting of 41 2 lbs. of
the meats and 9 lbs. (i ozs. of the
regular foods. i< priced at S10.
Goffio stressed that t" insure
delivery before Rosh Hashona or-
di is should reach CARE, New
York, N.Y 10016, local CARE of-
or United Hias Service, a
CARE member agency, 4i}r> Lafay-
le SI New York City, by Sept. I.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN ThE CIRCUIT COURT OF -
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Ford Gives Nod
To Israel Plant
TEL AVIV fJTA) The Pal-
estine Automobile Corp., Ford
Motor Company dealer in Israel,
disclosed this week it was proceed-
ing with plans announced last
month for Israeli assembly of Ford
vehicles. At the same time, it was
indicated that the Ministries of
Commerce and Transport believe
that the assembly operations
should be carried out in one of the
existing plants in Israel to avoid
setting up still another factory in
Israel, particularly in view of the
current slump of automobile sales.
Existing assembly facilities in Is-
rael are all underutilized.
Washington Federal Grows
The American Banker Magazine
reported in its Aug. 11 issue that
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association of Miami Beach
has moved up three places in the
national standing, during the per-
iod June 30, 1965, to June 30,
1966. to become the 121st largest
savings and loan institution in the
country.
Telephone Book
To be Distributed
Greater Miami's 196667 edition
of the Southern Bell Telephone
Directory is off the presses and
will be delivered to homes and
businesses starting next Thursday
and continuing through the Labor
Day weekend.
Alphabetical and Yellow Pages
volumes for the first tune will
feature four-color covers, the first
an aerial view of Miami Interna-
tional Airport, and the Yellow
Pages with a nighttime skyline
photo of Miami. The new volume
also contains, on Page 14, a guide
for visitors information.
Again, a feature of the book
is the inside front cover for
emergency numbers. Subscrib-
ers are urged to fill in numbers
for local police, a list for which
is also printed on the page.
Spaces are available for numbers
of family doctors also.
The new alphabetical volume is
23 pages larger than last year and
contains 8.300 more listings than
the previous book.
David S. Walker Jr., district
manager for Southern Bell, said
that more than 800,000 copies have
been printed, of which about
600.000 will be delivered. The re-
mainder is held for future instal-
lation, replacements and for use
around the world where users will
see the color covers promoting the
air terminal and the Miami area.
Il\ 1 HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COi.'"
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Of Mid-East Crisis
WASHINGTON (JTA) De-
fense Set j Robert McNamara
told the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee this week that the
Middle East situation was "tinder
dry and difficult," and "must be
watched can fully."
lh said : at judicious allocation
of limited United Slates arms aid.
both grants and sales, uas useful
in acting as a "ceiling" to hold
down the Arab-Israel arms race.
He stressed that Soviet military
shipments to the region were a
factor that must be considered.
He added that the United States
uses its aid program to maintain
a "delicate balance."
Sen. Burke Hickenlooper. rank-
ing Republican on the committee.
said Nasser "violates all agree
ments" and "calls us venomous
names" Sen. Wayne Morse. Ore-
gon Democrat, expressed concern
about United States arms ship-
ments to the Middle East.
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